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WALKKltTO.V.
Mr?. Ocorse Durkee of Elgin, 111..
T.ho has been here several wffks on
account of the illness and death of
her father, has returned to her home.
Mrs. X. E. Hal ley, Mrs. Karl Tuttle
and Ml?s Daisy Brown were In South
fiend .Saturday.
Mrs. D. W. Koran and son of New
ark, O.. came Sunday to visit Mr. and
.Mrs. Frank Tiyder. and family.
Miss Miriam Bailey went to Wells
loro Saturday to attend the com
mencement exercises and visit friends.
Nel5on Cellars of Indianapolis was
here the latter part of the week on
li u sines?.
Miss Bessie Becchgood f Laporte
visited friends here Saturday.
Miss Irene Kogarty, a professional
nursf of Chicago, is here nursing her
brother, Edward Fogarty, who As ill
at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank
Ilyder.
O. C. Shockney and family have
been visiting relatives in Union City.
Mrs. L. C. Strang of Hammond was
htro Tuesday to attend the funeral
of Mrs. W. T. Rogers and remained
jveral days to visit with friends and
relatives.
Mrs. Anna Morgan of Kansas City.
Mo., and daughter. Mrs. 12. Uenn of
Chicago, have returned to their
homes after a week's visit with C. W.
heatsley and family.
Greiwauk Bros, of Iaporte, con
tractors for the new school building,
have moved to this place to remain
until their work i3 completed. They
be'an wrecking the old building Mon
day, about 20 men being employed.
The dates assigned for the Walker
ton Chautauqua are from July IS to
2 3 inclusive.
The Lincoln township commence
ment exercises will be held at the
Methodist church Friday evening.
May 15.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Place May G.
nmvAiiDsiiniG.
Miss Blenn Van Antwerp ha.s gone
to New York to spend a few weeks
with friends.
Coy Walker went to Chicago Satur
day to spend a few days with Miss
Grace Cluett.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vale of South
Bend are here visiting Mrs. Anna
Shanafelt.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carpenter of
Battle Creek are here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Fisk.
x Eeidy Olmstead and wife of Cass
opolis were Sunday guests of M. S.
Olmstead and wife.
Helen Hay has pone to lailev to
fpend a few days with her aunt, Mrs.
J. II. King.
Mrs. Iate Smith of Adamsville
5pent Monday with her daughter,
Mrs. Howard Dawson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers of Elk
hart spent Sunday with Hiram
iShankmeiler and wife.
Will and Eliza Dugdale of South
Bend were- Sunday guests of Dr. T.
A. Dugdale and wife.
B. F. Parsons and wife, who have
been in Seattle for the past year, re
turned Saturday and will again make
this place their home.
Adelbert Krom was a guest of M.
K. Bobbins and wife in Mishawaka
from Friday until Monday.
E. S. Claire and wife spent Sunday
at Niles, the guests of E. C. Dibble."
Miss Mable Dalrymple of Chicago
-ame Monday for a vLsit with J. H.
Ke ly and family.
Mrv. A. W. Heed of CassopolL visit
fd her sister. Mrs. B. S. Carlisle, .Sat
urday. C. E. Ford of Chicago was a guest
of a. Sherman and family a few
days last week.
Mary Vocle has returned from a
few days' visit in Casopolis.
Arthur Nixon of Cassopolis spent
Monday in town, the truest of friends.
Claude Goodrich of Philadelphia
came Saturday to visit his mother.
Mrs. Mable Smith.
Mrs. G. H. Uedfield and Mrs.
Amelia Manchow spent Friday at
Dailey, the gut?ts of Mrs. J. H. King.
Guy Quimley and Reuben Masten
Kpent Sunday In Nlles, the quests of
friends.
n ei ; i ii en spiu x r, s.
Hr. W. H. Brown wus a week-end
visitor with friends in Battle Creek.
Mrs. Philura Seelev died at her home
on Pitt tt. Saturday afternoon. MiftVr
ing with rheumatism. She was born
in Ohio and was 74 years of age. She
leaves a son, Peter Seeley of Columbia,
Mo., and a daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Yogi
of Eos Angeles. Calif. The son reach
ed here Sunday. The funeral service
was held at the Lutheran church of
which sho was a member Monday
atiernoon. conducted bv the pastor,
Hrv. II. C. Bixler.
Miss Ola Greene of South Bend was
a week-end guest of Miss Georgia
H.irper.
Miss Ada Taylor has finished her
i-econd year of school work at M ill
burg. Mich., and has returned home.
Mrs. E. 1. Clifford and her mother,
Mrs. Jeannette Storick. visited friends
in St. Joseph Saturday.
Mrs. Dennis Hacrerty with her chil
dren of South Bend was a week-end
visitor at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. U Gillespie.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles !. Schadel.
Mrs. Charles E. Storick and Olus Skin
ner and family were visitors at the li.
L. I-'rd home in the country Sunday.
Mrs. George Armstrong of Berrien
Center was a visitor at the home of
her Mter. Mrs. E. J. Webster Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Marnuisee of
St. Joseph were visitors at the home
of the former's mother. Mrs. Martha
Manjmssee, Sunday.
Ml!-es Ma!;el Edwards and Cor
delia Wick of Dowaniac have r.een
i.itiiig at the home of the former's
aunt. Mrs. T. K. Patterson.
Mrs. A. L. Johnson of Nilos and
John Michael f Berrien Center were
4?usts at Noel rano Sunday. Mr.
Noel, his true-sis?, alto Mra. Mary Kod-
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY.
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE MUSIQAL TABLOID
Cat and The Fi
Lots of Pretty Girls and Snappy
gers and Mrs. Anna Johnson motored
to St. Joseph to enjoy "Blossom Sun
day." Miss Ada Taylor is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Clarence Sullivan, in Stev
cnsonvllle. Mother's day was observed at the
M. E. church Sunday. The pastor.
Kev. H. A. Carr. spoke on "Mother's
influence". Special music was pro
vided, including a sole-. "Bock Me To
Sleep, Mother", by Miss Grace McCul
lough. The church was pretty with
spring blossoms and each mother was
provided with buttonhole bouquet.
Albert Stemm and family of Hinch
man. Asa Matthews and family of
South Bend Arid A. E. Feather and
family of this place were guests at the
home of Mrs. Henry Bowerman Sun
dav. Miss Lillie Taylor, teacher at Stev
ensville, visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Taylor, Sunday.
The annual meeting of the St. Jo
ejph River Baptist association will be
held at the local Baptist church
Thursday and Friday, May 14 and 13.
LAK FAILLE.
B. M. Cox of South Bend was in
town on business Thursday.
J. I. Beed of South Bend was in
town Thursday.
Roland Stillson of South Bend
spent Saturday evening and Sunday
with his sister, Mrs. Graceton Houser.
Mrs. John Walter and daughter.
Glady. were in South Bend Saturday.
Mrs. Floyd Wynn of South Bend is
here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Barrett.
Mrs. Clyde Lonzo of South Bend is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lonzo.
Walter Simmons was in Walkerton
Sunday.
PORTAGE PHAIKIK.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer. Hough were
Sunday guests of W. IL Ilinkle and
family at .South Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wideman spent
Sunday with John Walker and family.
William Hough and wife entertain
ed several friends Sunday at dinner.
Mrs. Minerva Houswerth of Bu
chanan was a guest of relatives at
this place over Sunday.
David Bestle and family spent Sun
day in South Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ithoades en
tertained several guests Sunday at
dinner.
Meryl and Edna Wideman sp-nt
Sunday in Buchanan.
A large number from this place at
tended the eighth grade graduation
exercises which were held at Port
age chapel last Saturday evening.
CHICAGO. "Col." Cora Strayer has
organized a "regiment" of cavalry
women for service .against the Mexi
cans. The "colonel" says 200 women
have already enlisted.
We clean all kinds of hats. Work
guaranteed. Interurban Shine par
lor, next door to Kables. Adv.
NON-KESlIENT NOTICE.
State of Indiana. St. Joseph County, ss.
in the St. Joseph Circuit Court, May
Term. 1J0 4. Albert L. Evans vs. Mabel
Brans. Divone. No. lo.OTO.
P.e it known that t lie above named plain
tiff has filed in the offn-e of the clerk of
fuid court Ids complaint against said de
fendant in the above cause together with
a proper alf.davit that said defendant.
Mattel Evans, is not a resident of the state
of Indiana.
Said defendant is hereby notified that
said caue will stand for trial on the 27th
day of June. 101 . the same beirg the 4th
day of the next term of said cotrt to com
mence at the city of South Hold, on the
tirst Monday in May. on which day said
defendant is required to appear to said
action. Frank P. Christoph, Clerk.
By John P. Cully. Deputy.
Clarence Stueckle and V. M. Dunnahoo,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Estate of (hrmtina Oioekelt.
NOTIi'K OF FINAL, .UTOl'XT.
Ily DlrTtlon of Ed A. Choekelt, Admin
istrator of the Estate of Christina Choek
elt. late of St. Joseph County, in the State
of Indi.ina, deceased.
NOTICE IS II ERF.it Y C.IYEN to the
heirs, legatee and deriseer of said dev-ed
cut and all other
said pstatp. that sa
ersins interested in
d Administrator has
s account and vouch
tiled in this Court h
ers for the final settlement of said estate,
and they are therefore hereby required to
ie and apiar in said Court on the Nth day
of .June. l'.14. when the siime wih te heard
and make proof of their heirship, or claim
to any part of said estate, and show cause
if any there te. why said account and
vouchers should not be approved.
Witnr. th Ch rk and the seal of the
St. Joseph Ctnui: Court at South Bend,
Indiana, this 12th day of May. 1HH.
FRANK V. CURISTOl'H. Clerk.
May IS --JO.
state of Indiana!
fount v of Marion. SS :
IX THE A BEE ELATE COURT OF
THE STATE OF INDIANA:
IN RE AI'PEH'ATH N OF JOHN W.
TALBOT VOW READMISSIO.N TO
I'll A TICE LVW IN THE COURTS
OF INDIANA.
NOTICE.
Nothe Is hereby given that John W.
Tal'oot, applicant in the aiiove entitled
i-iiiv. has tiled hN verified petition with
the Clerk of the Appellate Court of Indi
ana, wherein he prays for restoration to
ills rights a an attorney at law to pra-tl'-e
law in the Courts of Indiana, under
the proTitotiJ of am art -onccrniug pro
ceedings of civil cases approval Man-h
7. M.'..
TliMt said petition ha been placed on
the docket as a cause pending in said
-urt. and that said jHitlon will Pe heard
ly the ApiH-Ilate Court or one of tlie
.lihlce thereof, ou the frt dav of June,
p.m.
tJiven uioJer inr band and seal this 11th
u:.v of .May. 1 1 i 4 .
.1. FRED FRANCE.
Clerk of Appellate Court.
Slav l.".-14.
LOST OH rtlCXI).
Till! PARTY win took umbr.ila from Y.
M. C A. ehik roin Monday ulLt Is
kh'Mi. Return ainr' to tldn otlice iuime
iliatel v.
MM -Whit., mi wtrh yellow soot an
t ill Finder (.ill Home phone J'. an
and
d
recive reward.
I.oST- lnn town Saturdav evening. go!d
pin in:r::i: F. P.. P. S. i :' V. folfax.
Hon1- e-4',72.
I'l'IMi lnU J..i- wilU leva. Cull .'.012
W. Lasalle.
59
Musical Numbers.
IvOST AND FOUND.
LOST IVicketbook retween Broadway and
Division. Call 'JJl E. Indiana. Home
7u03.
WANTED MAD
II.T.1
WANTED Experienet I machinists. Ap
ply Er .,,loyment L.j-co:, Lafayette at.
The Studcoaker Corp.:.tt.K n.
WANTED 10 experience! metal workers
to cover touring ear bodies, steady work
aud pood wage. Apply Central Mfg. Co..
CounersTille, Iud.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
No canvassing or soliciting required.
Good income assured. Address National
(Operative Realty ,L., V-Ml Mardea
Building, Washington, D. C.
WANTED Messenger boys. 407 S. Michi
gan ft.
VANTED-4ood paperhauger. Call at
1110 W. Division. Bell 2tV0, Home 5X0.
None other need apply.
WANTED Experienced farm hand. Home
phone 4"J0.
1 HAVE an exceedingly good opening for
n married Hungarian man between the
ages of -I and 40 to collect ani -solicit In
dustrial Life -Insurance. Wi'd pay guaran
tee salary. Must have firt-clas refer-
ences. Call Sunday morning lietween 10
and 12 or any other morning bfiwecu 7:0
and 8. Anthony Kovach, 3upt., 'Ml Dean
Wdg.
KEPltESENTATIVE WANTED Visit
trade with our cigars; salary paid men
of ability. Write Cordelle Cigar Co.. sta
tion D, New York, N. Y.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Woman caterer for first das
place having cash trade of $10 to $20 a
day. Inquire at Employment -geucy iu
old court house.
WANTED iirl for general housework.
Apply 42fi Allen. Home phone 0227.
WANTED A good domestic nurse. Ref
erences. Bell DISS.
WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair
education, living in or outside of South
Bend to do home work or travel. Salary
$10 to $! per week and expeuses. Ex
perience unnecessary. Address Nana
tirimes, general delivery, South Bend, Iud.
WANTED Competent maid for general
housework. Bell o44. r Apply 413 Lamont
terrace. - .
WANTED 10 girls of good character to
Join economical 1 boarding club, modern
home. Apply Mrs. Tracy, 432 S. Fmnkliu.
WANTED A competent girl for general
house work. References required. Mrs.
RIes, 321 W. Colfax. Apartment 13.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Call Bell lo2o.
WANTED A good laundress. None other
need apply. Cull Bell 1.V20.
WANTED Married woman to do corset
work, from 4 to 8 hours per day. Bell
34-10, Home 1038.
WANTED Experienced typist and stenog
rapher. Call Underwood Typewriter Co.,
210 J. M. H. BIdg., second floor.
WANTED Lady for housework in family
of two. not much work but must be able
to go ahead. iJood home for a middle
aged lady. 013 Leland av.
WANTED Chamber-maid. Hotel Buekiln,
ElkhaTt, Iud.
WANTED Ladies to convass; nothing to
sell; salary and commission. Give ad
dress and phone number. Address L-bO,
care News -Times.
SALESMEN" WANTED.
WANTED Salesmen rr northern Indiana
and southern Michigan to. handle staple
line of oils and grease. Liberal com
mission. Can be handled as a side Hue
address Tiona lleflnliig Co. Indianapolis,
Ind.
S IT I AT ION WAITED FEMALE.
WANTED Work as house cleaning by
lady. Address Boi II, News-Times.
OFFICE IIKLP.
FIVE Minutes Telephone Appointment
4fCall Register Free. .Stenographers,
Typists. Dictaphone Operators. Bookkeep
er??, iJeii'l Othce Assistants: Do as direct
ed above and it will mean a flrst.-clas po
jdtloti for vou. Thomas Scnocl Of Stenog
raphy Jk rypewrltlng. (Emp. Dept,) Lie-eased
Emo. Agency, American Trust
BIdg. BUSINESS MEN: Call Bell LM.H;,
Home 1210 IVr Best Ofiice l'eople. Free
Service.
DO IT TO-DAY.
Equip yourself for a successful business
career. Our experience, our teachers, our
methods, our direct application of same to
modern business requirements, and the
steady demands for our graduates, are fire
good reasons for enrollmg -rn our school.
All commercial subjects. English subjects
and salesmanship. Day and night sessions.
Call or write for Information. KELLEY
BUSINESS SCHOOL, 110 E. Wayne st.
Both phoneg.
DO IT TO-DAY.
PKRSOXA3LS.
MRS. E. CHAPMAN DATE Dressmaking
and corsetlcrre. American Queeu Cor
&ti. 210 1'lace court. Home 003.
PERSONAL "Mary Jacc- never scolds.
frets or worries. Always happy and is
ready now to help with your dressmaking.
Come in and Miss Bauer will mil it over
with you. Haverstock. the "White" man,
IMS W. Jefft-son. Bath phone?.
OF HIRE A light team of horses with
driver. Trunsler work, delivering, any
lisht hauling, suitable for agent, ctty
collector, travel. ng salesman, do ror or for
til.vwnro Will fnrnih iMm' with h:ie or
bucgy aljo driver, l'rlces very low. Ad-!
... . . . ... m I
dress it. it. nicks, -loi v jeeursoa av.,
or Home 'Phone 243 or SC14.
WALL PAPEU SALE.
Buv tout wall oaner now for the spring.
and sae half on jour hill. New up to I
date VJl designs at half price for T-O day.
1 .... t .1.... (.,- ..r. TsW mr) '
Imported Oatmeal-. Two Tones Vnrulh
lillts, rtc: ngular priv to .Vn-, ier
roll only 10c to per roll.
lkod grade Varni-h $l.t per gal. Re
duced pi li es on paints, etc.
Ope.t Even I us-
TIICA(JO WALL PAPER CO.,
Moved to 104 West Division St., Near
-Michigan. St.
Itf.-iutif ul premium frt-s with cverj iur-
ddle
OF QUALITY AT THE ORPHEUM
Venus
BUSINESS PERSONALS
OMEIi CH A HT I E It Weaver of all kinds
of Huff and rag rugs and silk draperies.
lLW E. Madison. Bell
"3ALSAD"
tg more than 15 in 1 to the housewife in
washing and cleaning. Phone Be Li 3CGd
today for IT.
15CKEEN DOOIlS and windows should b
ordered now. We make all kinds and
those that last and fit. We rewire and
repair old screens and sell screen wire,
illller Cabinet ind Machine Shop, fcld
Portage av. Home phone 2032.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Furnished houie by man and
wife. 1'rioe must be reasonable, for we
agrw to take extra care of your property
and furniture. Must be in uorth or west
Bart of city. References given. Address
ox F, New3-Times.
WANTED To buy COO second hand suits,
shoes and underwear. Page, 123 W.
Colfax. Bell 0000.
WANTED Al! kinds or ashes hauling and
rubbish, all ktnds of plowing and drag
ging. Fine manure and black dirt for sale.
Kates reasonable- Call Home phone 10SJ
or at residence, 1129 S. Lafayette st.
WANTED Ash hauling and general deliv
ering. E. F. Key. CIS Crescent a v. lieil
4400.
FOU SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALI
2 One English hull pup. nine
)ld. Call at once. George U.
mrnths old
Becker.
FOR SALE. A complete new tennis set
four racquets, net and tape; or will sell
any part thereof. Cheap. Call 431 N.
Alien st.
FOR RENT Barn, centrally located, at
-317 S. Main.
FOR SALE (rood roll top desk, ?S.0O.
Cheap, till W. Marion.
FOR SALE One fresh cow. Call Home
73J8
FOR SALE Awnings in good condition.
One 7 ft., one it. Price $3.50. Inquire
210 S. Taylor. Home 1(104.
FOR SALE I' good fresh cows and 1 cow
coming fresh in fall. R. L. Crain, It. R.
8, Box 'JJ.
BECAUSE of ill health I wish to sell a
controlling interest, in a prosperous
manufacturing company. Requires little
money at start. ill sell at great sac
rifice. Address Box O. V. J., News-Times.
A 'MOVING picture show. Bell 2031.
FOR SALE All the fixtures in a moving
picture snow. Home 12H).
FOR SALE Cheap. Lar?e go-cart, good
condition. Bell phone 4
FOR SALE Good rooming house cheap
to right parties; centrally located; mod
ern conveniences. Mrs. Lena Foley, Ply
mouth, Iud.
FOR SALE Good saloon, restaurant In
connection; good location; license run
ning six months. Call Home phone 7234.
Wih sell cheap ou account of poor health.
FOR SALE 2 bicycles.
Bend Credit Co.
Inquire South
FOR SALE One Reed baby cab In good
condition. JKJ1 S. Main St.
FOR SALE 30 head choice milkers and
springers, some fresh now; also few
choice brood mares. Rice farm, Mllford.
Ind.. located half mile west of Brum
baugh station on interurban.
FOR SALE Any jrrze run figure dress
form from 3"J to 42 for $2.1m. No re
grets if you buy now. "Mary Jane," the
best of all adjustable forms, at $12. Hav
erstock. the White" man, 20S W. Jeffer
son blvd. Both phones.
FOR SALE 50 rebuilt bicycles, $5 and up.
Guaranteed tires, $5 a pair. We do
bicycle repairing. M. E. Gllraan, 422 S.
Michigan at. Home phone bC45.
KODAKS and supplies. We do fine devel
oping and printing at moderate prices.
iouth Bend Camera Co., with J. Burke &
Co., Opticians, 'JSO S. Michigan at.
SEEDS -Garden srrfls. tomato and cab
bage plants. The Wesley Miller Flour
& Feed Co.
BEN UUR BICYCLES FOR SALE Com
plete, from $23 and up. Second hand
ones from $0 and up. All guaranteed. M.
L. Medow, 42tf S. Chapiu st.
FOU SALK OK KXCILVXGll
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Good clear
lot of b rooms on same. Will exchange
for good 5-passenger car, Ford preferred,
or extra good driving or road team. Ad
dress Box L-2. care News-Times.
FOU SALE PIANOS.
FOR SALE llano, cheap for cash. Cox
1460-when new. Used about three
months. tiolden oak cnje. Martin F.
Pane, tXtt E. Jeffcaeon Blvd. Home phone
FOU SALE MOTORCYCLES.
FOR SALE Excelsior motorcycle. $75 if
taken at once. 1001 East Howard St.
FOH SALE AUTOMOUILES
FOR SALE Cheap, R-C-H runabout, in
fine condition. Run only C.imj miles
Call Home M2l.
FOR SALE Cheap, Model 10 Buick, first
class condition. 311 Pennsylvania av.
Home phone MM.
:
FOR SALE New ."-passenger Ford auto
mobile at a bargain: l'Jli model: nickel
trimming; elc trio llgbt.-; neat eovers ; for
further information write P. O. box 2V3,
South Bend. Ind.
FOR SALE Regal Auto 5-passojsger.
lood condition. ."17 Michigan Ave. Bell
T.411. Hom yjtVJ.
FOR SALE T passenger automobile. .Vi0:
auto trurk. $."hju. lan Kuespert Garage,
rear of Slblev hardware store.
QUICK SALE AT REAL BARGAINS:
Bring your mechanic and look them over.
1 1&12 Rebuilt Abbott-Detroit, 7-Pai.
1 PJ11 Rebuilt Reo, Five-Pasnenger.
CADILLAC MOTOR SALES COMPANY.
102-4-G --10 VUtuU Are.
rOR HALE UOBSES, CA 71 R 1 A G ES, ETC
FOR SALE Good ulcgle driving mare,
buggy aud Lames if desired. Bell
1,000
JESSIE KEELAR & THEO. WEIR
on" Wheels and Her Singing Mate
LOU CHIKA
Xylophone Artist
FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
l oll 6ALI--Gooi solid otik dining room
Table; 6 leather eat oak dining room
chnirs, one leather morris chair. 2 beds
and springs, one mattress, 1 Huff rug, 2
small oak table, one 2-burner gasoline
itove. Can be seea morniiigs. bTvi Forest
Ave.
FOR SALE Refrigerator, gas stove, din
ing room, bedroom and parloT furniture.
Leaving city. Call 12LO.
FOR SALE Three-piece sitting room set,
one box couch, one centir table, 3 gas
drop lights, one mission rocker, 2 stand.
Must be soli by Saturday. 130 S. Chapin.
FOR SALL Fumed oak library set, gree-u
velvet rug 9x12 and various other arti
cles. Call at 415 W. Marlon st.
AUCTION.
There will be a public bale at 1G23 Flor
ence av. on Wednesday, May 13, at 1:S0
p. in., of household goods, consisting of
carpets, rugs, stoves, chairs, bedsteads, etc.
J. A. Hantaan, auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE at Lontz Bros.' storage.
Michigan and South sts., of household
goods, X'riday. 1:30 p. m. John A. Hart
uxaa, auctioneer.
FOR SALK TOULTUY;
i on ls..LEl portable be:i Louse lCxlO;
2 brooders. 13 S. C. Blk. Minorca Pullets,
cock, c-ockerels, 12 R. I. Red l'ullets and
cock, 0 weeks old leghorr and minorc-a
chicks, R. I. Red chick 2 v ecks old. Must
b? sold. Jas. Keating, COM West Broad
way, Mishawaka.
1TLO COOPS $3. Other poultry equip
ment equally low price. Call Bell 4021,
or cull lioy Clover St Leaving City.
ORPINGTONS Filo and Kellcrstrauss
..ear old. $2, some $l.o0. Call soon at
IK' Clover, or Bell phone 1021.
WHITE ROCKS, Fishel strain, 1914 cock
erel direct; eggs $1.00 for 15; hea
hatched chicks, -'.00 doz. Mother hens,
$1.25. 1010 E. Jetferson. Bell Still.
EGGS S. C. W. Leghorn, from the noted
Briggs and D. W. Young 6train. DO per
cent lertlle. Guaranteed. Home phone
1212. It. G. Anuis, Lakeville, Ind.
FOR HE XT FUI IX I S II KD ROOMS.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms in pri
vate home. Breakfast and supper It de
sired. Home S;:SG
1-OR RENT Rooms furnished complete
for housekeeping; steam beat, bath uud
phones. References. 303 S. Franklin, cor
ner Wayne.
FOR RENT Furnished front room for
light housekeeping, modern in every
way. Private ice box. Respectable peo
ple only, lib S. Lafayette.
FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeep
lng; ground floor; partly modern; very
reasonable; near center. 02 Vistula. 13'j2
lloiae.
FOlt RENT Rooms in a moicrn home,
bath and phone. 217 E. Monroe.
FOR RENT Pleasant front mom. rea
scnahle, one gentleman. G1S N. Lafay
ette. Home phone 1773.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms with
or without hoard, modern conveniences.
In private home. Call Heme fcMil. ol'J
Vistula.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, private entrance.
2iJ E. Paris. Bell 30GC.
FOU RENT Light housekeeping rooms,
1004 E. Madison. Home 13W, Bell 2D11.
TO RENT 3 pleasant modem llfht house
keeping rooms. Call Sunday or eve
nings. 400 Vistla.
Y. M. C. A.
Rooms rented by the day, week or
month. Steam heat, shower baths on
each lloor, swimming pool, reading rooms,
etc.
Modern In every detail.
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT 1.7o to $3.00
a week.
FOR RENT Modern room for gentlemen.
201 E. Marion st.
pyrunxisiiED noosisl
FOR RENT 5 rooms, gas, citv water,
fewer, gas, range, linoleum 102"i W.
Sample.
FOR KENT Unfurnished ""rooms. men
only. S. W. Llppmau, 210 X. Main st.
ix)u rent orr-iciE uooms.
FOU RENT Office rooms, either iingle
or en suite. Building Is centrally locat
ed; eleTator ervlce and other modern con
veniences. Are your offlcea properly kept
up? Janitor service Included In rental.
Office and everything is kept in first class
condition. Apply to Dr. K. it. Dean. Dean
Blag.
I'OR RHXT FLATS.
FOR RENT A new, modern 5-room flat
and bath, nice location, near car line,
every convenience. Rent re: son able. Call
Home phone Till, or loll Miami st.
FOR RENT Modern flat, h?at and water
furnished. $X per month. 2T.1 S. Michi
gan st. Call Home phone 7G13.
FOR RENT Four-room flat, first floor,
neatlv furnished for summer. Call be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock. 42b W. Madison st.
FOR RENT Four room flat, kitchen fur-ui-jhed.
221 S. Scott St.
VOll RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT ti-room cottage, well located.
See Caldwell. 704 J. M. S. BIdg.
Fori RENT 3o4 S. Larayette st.. cor.
Wayne. S-room house, 4 bedrooms sec
ond floor, large attic. Make line rooming
houte.
FOR RENT 7-room house. 'ath. all mod
ern, except furnace. Rent; $1.". Sll E:
LaS.ilIe.
FOR RENT Rooming hou?. Modern ex
cept heat. Heckmau V &n Valin, ll-s
So. Main st.
FOR RENT House and 3 lots on Caroline
t., llj blocks off Vistula. Home pboue
G'-O.
Foi: RENT room houe t ".1" No.
dialling St. Inquire at y'A't No. Cushiug
or 1-"J S . St. .1 St.
FOR RENT Strictly 1110 Jem h-rooni
house centrally located. 123 St. Paul's
plac. Inquire at Sll N. MjIu st.
FOR RENT Modern 8-rwia hoje with
baru for tanitc 111b v". Colfax av.
J Hoa-e i'i
THURSDAY FR1 DAY SATURDAY
PRIMROSE FOUR
Pounds of Harmony
BRYAN SUMNER COMPANY
'The College Proposition"
STEELE & MACK
Comedy Roller Skaters
FOR RENT HOUSES.
SIX-ROOM furnished house, for rent
about the first of June; on car line, r
minutes' walk to court house; no small
chlldreu; to careful tenant; reference re
quired. Inquire U23 E. Lasalle av., eve
ning. FOR RENT Strictly modern 9-room
house, hardwood finish, with or without
garage. Hl'J S. Mlchigau t. Bell phone
1749.
FOR RENT.
8 rooms, Forest av
$2o.00
7 rooms. Benton Court
7 rooms, Howard st
tJ rooms, Clifford Court
C rooms, California av
6 rooms, Lindsay st
4 rooms, Kemble av. (upstairs)....
10 rooms, Leland av
10.00
i..00
10.00
20.00
12.00
o.OO
30.00
2S.00
10.00
9 rooms, Ashland av.....
6 rooms. Woodward av
0 rooms. River Park
Desk rooms In Hastings Building.
HASTINGS,
Hastings BIdg.,
Bell 211, Pnones: Home
6410.
FOR ;ENT A modern house, 321 Horatio J
court; steam neat; first class in every
respect. Inquire 710 Park ay. liome
phone G203.
IU1VL ESTATU
FOR SALE 12 room and bath frame res
idence; hot air furnace and all modern
conveniences. Iarge yard and private
alley. Applv on premises if interested.
207 S. Scott St.
FOR SALE Improved and unimproved
property on Scott Street between Wash
ington and Jefferson Streets. Also on
Wayne between Taylor and Scott Streets.
Houses and lots to exchange for farm
property. Its in Kauffman Place Addi
tion -M.OO down and "0 cents per week. H.
M. Kauffman, 621 W. Wayne St. Bell
Phone 4.
FOR SALE A very fine modern home
and others less modern at various prices.
All iuiuiry confidentially considered. A. 11.
Shultz, 023 Ltlaud av. Bell 1105, Home
1755.
WANTED To rent or buy; small house
or cottage close iu. M. DeBusmau, l10
Willow st., Chicago.
FOR SALE- At a bargain, a dandy lot in
south end; party leaving town. Call
Bell 4Uo.
FOR SALE E. South st., our 7-room
-house, finished iu hardwood. Just re
turned from California and want to lo
cate there permanently. Box H. T., New.
Times.
FOR SALE Go-od nine room house, part
ly modern, 723 Blaine Ave.
FOR SALE Modern house, gas. electric
light, open fireplace, fine condition.
l(KJ:i W. Colfax.
FOR SALE House and lot 430 N. Hill.
Inquire F. E. Strickler, No. 0 Hose Co.,
lot 00x1 Co.
FOR SALE Or will trade for a good
farm, two business store rooms, flat
over store buuuings and D-room dwelling
house, all for "fO.ooO. Rental income of
$C00 a year. Call J. A. McCollough, Room
235 S. Michigan st. Home OJCG, Bell
503.
WEBL'R'S
ROSELAWN LOTS
Are positively the best located and lowest
priced South Bend suburban lots now ou
sale, that are located on the city 5c street
car line. St. Mary's city car line goes
through the center of the plat. Be sure to
see this property before buying for your
home.
Lots sold on payments or will build
homes to suit and sell ou payments. To
reach plat, take St. Mary's car line and get
off at Fendel street, or call on J. B. Weber,
114 W. Division st.
Both phones, Home -5035. Bell 41.
FOR SALE OR RENT New 7-room house
011 14th st. near Spring St.; 0-room house
and acie'of ground on 15th st. near Union
sU Both in Mishawaka.
GEO. 1). BEROT1I,
loO-l N. Main St.
Home Pboue
FOR SALE A new home 3ujt finished oh
E. Lasalle av., finished iu hard wood,
modern in every way, lor $3,5-00.
Un Diaiuoud av., a 7-room house, nearly
modern, close to Michigan av. car .ine, for
jS-'.'JOO.
On Portage av., modern house, for $4,200.
Ou Michigan av., two new houses, one
for $3..Vx), aud one for 4,'JO0.
On Dubaii av., a modern house for $2,bo0,
and one for 3,000.
W. K. McHeury. 11S S. Main St.. Home
phone 573, Bell 2V'J.
FOR SALE New c-rooai bungalow in
River Park, two blocks from street car
and near watch factory. Price $1,750. Will
sell 011 payments if desired. Hustings,
ground floor, Hastings bldg. Phones: Bell
211, Hume C110.
FOR SALE 7-rooia House In south end,
near Studebaker school; large lot, govd
barn, chicken house aud plenty of iruit; a
bargain and can be purchased on pay
ments. Hasting", ground floor Hastings
bldg. Phones: Bell 211, Home 0410.
FOfl SALE.
An 8-room, modern Lome at 610 Laporie
av. Room ou lot tor anotner house, a
bargain.
A ti-room bungalow at 020 Howard.
Will sell ou contract to suit ourciittser.
Six-roum house at C22 st. Will tell oa
easy terms.
An -room strictly modern house and
lot at lliiO Michigan av.
A if-roum niocierii Luse at 1113 Haney
av. Good location.
b-room house, modern except furnact
at 511 Allen i.
A ti-room house at 1113 E. Sorln st.
Eight-room house at 102b DeMaud av.
feix-rooin house (big lot) at 20u Leer st.
A house and lot iu Llucoln 1'ark addi
tion, near W. Division st.
New Louses in iouthmoor park near
Souiii SiUe car line.
We sell lots in auuthmoor Park, Post
Place. Lincoln Park aud Blrner Place ad
ditions. We have other desirable houses and Ms
in all parts of the city.
We write fire insurance In first class
companies.
Rents collected. Notary Public.
W. P. FUREY.
Bell Phone fcOC Home Phone GSC0.
FOR SALE 40 foot lot fronting on Michi
gan av. in the L500 block. Price $1.;-ju.
Inquire Mrs. Catherine Smith. 1527 Michi
gan av.
FARM LANDS.
TO E.'HANGE to aere f irm, mib-s In
country, for city property. Bell jhone
FOR SALE By owner. s a-re of l.uid
with buildings, good soil. i.ar South
r.end, Muail payment du, long time for
balance. Box W. E. G, News-Time.
IStS!
Jti.r.iiii:sG
UMBRELLAS locks, baby cabs. D. Arm.
fctroug, 1.-2 E. Colfax.
LOCKSMITHS.
D. ARMSTRONG, 122 E. Colfax.
It CUBE It STAMPS AND feTENCTLS.
D. ARMSTRONG, 122 I. Colfax.
CLAIRVOYANT.
horn W;Nb T ve hlu t Hi own
home in Osceola. Ind., where ho vsiit
lc readings dally and cure the ekk
Without meuiciae At home at all tours.
Celebrated fco readings. $1. All lntcrurbau
car5 stop iu frout 01 hU door. The poor
j oti have always with yoa Yon will not
ft. "snszsrjrJ.
CORssLTIERRLS.
NU BONE Corset. Ida North, 15 8.
Notre Dame. Home 2235 Bell IO.
SP1RELLA coKSirr.S city effice. Bell
phone Jill, Home 103i
MOTORCYCLES.
Lxceiflor Motorcycles. New and ao-oad
hand motorcycles always In etock. loj
w. Miiuide et.
uicvcli:s.
POPE Bicycles and Motoblkes. Head
quarters for euopliea and repairing.
Uiiliam Llntner, N. Main st.
LPIIOLSTEDING AND CRATING
UPHOLSTERING, remodeling, rcflnish
ing, wood carving, cabinet making and
packing. Goods called for and delivered
f-alest samples of all kinds. Rudolph Li
bel, Home 2301. 1011 Mich. av.
SOUTH BEND UPHOLSTERING Co. Ln.
ho stcring, repairing and rcflnlbblng
furniture. Crating and packing for siiio
ment. Home phone 5211. Bell v.
WELDING.
oO-lOO PER CENT SAVED. We repair
anything made of metal, specializing o,
auto parts. Work guaranteed. Try ui
when in a hurry. South Bend Welding
Co., 402 W. Madison. Phone Bell 5T12.
WOOD.
FOR SALE Dry Elab wood. 1.M per
rank. Caudle Wood Co., 405 E. Bow
man. Bell 3bl2.
FIXAXCLVH,
Jss$ YOU JSliix
Hill
PAY US jjjt
5$ When you sell your crops or Ftock $$
J$ or get your pension, or no much a 11
j$ mouth from your salary or wages jt
$$ anyway that makes it the casit sj
J for you. If paid in moathly lnstaJl- it
5 J meuts you pay interest only en jj
ii what money you are actually using. 11
it In case of crop failure, Bickccs, st
s$ etc., we extend the time. jt
j$ The rate is 20 per month ani it
JX 53(A) charges.
t Loans on HOUSEHOLD GOODS, tt
ii PIANOS. LIVE STOCK. FRM 1M- Jt
$ PLE MENU'S, AUTOMOBILES, etc. i
anywhere in St. Joseph or Lanorte it
$$ 1740; Home 0117.
XX
iliiilt finite
MONEY.
Bell 1G1. none 6-l.
l":W to 2."i0.
On Pianos, Furniture. Live Stock or
Implement.
SECURITY LOAN CO,
li I. O. O. l Ilullding.
Over Newark Shoe More.
lUZAL LlisT.YTli.
WANTED To exchange Good elesr lot
for iigtt o-pafa-seiiger automobiif, not
older than l'jlj model. 1'huce Bell 21L
Home iAiO.
W1HTCOMB & KELLER.
FOR SALE .NUUern homes ou RlverslJa
drive. Portage a v.. Navarre st.. Wood
ward av., Vau Burcn t., Clevclana a v., is
north part ol the city, and on E. Broad
way, Indiana- av., Daytca tt., E. Duuald,
Miami aud E. Fox ut. la the suth part
of the ctty.
Terms Cash or Pay meat.
Jefferson Bidg. Botu Phones 17.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Forty auM with
good buildings, south of Walkcrtoa and
cear Koontz lake. Will accept improved
property in any location.
HASTINGS,
213 N. Mb higau St.
Home 0440 -r Phn.- Bell 21L
FARM LANDS.
FUR SALE OR TRADE Farms. . ity
property. toek of nois-.. G a r cii
iuproveuiet s n:i outside of city limit t,
ll.tiO. M. 1. Ruuyan, Jeffer..u bidg.
FOR SALE 2H-acre rarm six c;lb fr :n
South Bend; 11 ares timber; 70 aire
aifalta; on good gravel rod. ill take
a good houe and lot for first pjvninr.
balance oa b-ng tlm. to suit the puri-fcas-er.
W. -J. o'Neil. crcer Main and Oritur
ti. Bell xhone 43oJ; Horn phoe C'.
FOR SAbl-rrra, urrrs, with fair
buildiiig. Laud level aud well a!ap:e4
to fruit or poultry raising. Oue mile eit
cf the BertraLrt sbp en the luterurbau.
Will trade for city property or will sell on
easy payments.
HASTINGS.
Heme CI4o PHONES-Bdl 211.
iia-tiug Building. Ubs N. Muh. l.
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
x
11 i iiaiL l,ca. to.Mi'A.M, Inc.. tit
iti Room 1. MerchaLts Bank Bid:;., tits
iUl South Michigan street, til ft
thiit South Beud. Indiana. iWttt

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