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Polly and Her Pals
Late Hews from
Surrounding Towns
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kownover and
ron visltevl Mrs. Kownover's brother.
"William Brahman. In Houth Bend
Sunday.
Mrs. John Babbitt of South Bend
Visited at the horno of Elmer Babbitt
Sunday.
Tho Ladies Aid society of the
Chrlstion church met at the home of
T. N". Longley Wednesday.
Mr?. Frank peoples is ill.
Mrs. Harry Hoffman and children
of Niles are visiting the former's lis
ter. Mrs. Herd Christian, and also her
lather, .S. B. Inks.
Violette Worrells spent the week
end with her sbter, Mrs. Herbert
Shrader, in South Bend.
Krnest Barbier and family of South
Bend visited the former's parents
Irom Saturday to Monday.
Mr. and Mr. Albert Bemley and
daughter. Bertha, visited with Mr.
and Mrs. John Keene of Edwards
bursr Sunday.
There will be a neighborhood pic
nic held at Grander July 4 in the aft
ernoon. There will be frames and
contests of all kind? and in the eve
ning there will bp fireworks.
Harry Bu?h. who has been operator
for the Grand Trunk the paxt month,
was transferred to Casopolls Tues
day. VAX DA I jI A.
Mrs. Chapln Poster of Jones called
on friends here Wednesday.
James O'dell and daughters left for
their home In Cassopolls Monday.
Miss Clara Meurs of Casopolis
visited her sister Monday.
George P. Jones and wife of Iodi,
Cal.f spent several days at the Denl
Fon home.
Freda Bellows and Beatrice Orr
were Sunday visitors of Buth White
xit Fiirch lake.
H. J. Keene, and wife are spending
their vacation in Montreal with their
daughter, Lucile.
Malin Meade hns purchapod a new
piano of South Bend parties.
Miss Bernice Lorn? left for Kalama
zoo Monday where she will attend
normal school.
Mrs. Laura Kinohart called on rel
atives in Wnkaloe Saturday.
Clyde Jones and wife of
Bend with other friends are
South
cam p-
ing at Ionalds lake.
B. L. Bollinger of Chicago was
here Saturday to sell his cottages to
Chicago parties.
PM1SAXT VALLF.V.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Btehler and
grandson were Sunday guests of Mr.
und Mrs. Amos Bickel.
Mrs. Jane Judie of outh Bend is
spending a few days with her grand
daughters, Geraldine and Genevieve
Fg r.
Mr. and Mrs; H. Wilson and daugh
ter. Bonita. returned to their home
in Van Huron. Ind.. Thursday after a
tw weeks' visit with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilfon.
Mr. and Mrs. Burl Swinehart and
chiblren from northeast of Elkhart,
front Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob
crt Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eudwig and
daughter. Buth. spent Sunday with A.
K. Eudwig and family of
Creek.
Littl Marguerite Smith is
pick list.
Mrs. Schinke and Mrs.
Beatidway and fon were in
Tuesday.
Willow
on the
Edward
Elkhart
LY1MCK.
Mrs. Catherine Plumbeck was a
guest of her son. Henry TMumbeck,
and family, of Iaporte the past week.
Mr. anl Mrs. J. Flickinger and Mrs.
T. A. Piereo of Elkhart spent a few
days with F. F. Pierce and family.
Mrs. Cora Wertz of South Bend
was an old-week guest of Mr. and
Mrs. William Trumble.
Mrs. Charles Grody spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Kizer,
of South Bnd.
Rev. J. M. Grader of South Bond
dined with Clinton Peterson and fam
ily Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Trumble
w-rre guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
Klopfenstein of Fairview Sunday.
Boy Peterson and family and
Claude and George Peterson were
guests of Earl James of Elkhart Sun
da?. ELEVATOR FALLS; 4 HURT
Men Kmployctl on Indianapolis Build
ing Suffer Injuries.
INDIANAPOLIS. July 3. Four men
were seriously hurt and four others
were slightly injured today when a
"dummy" elevator fell from the sev
enth floor of the Fletcher savings and
tni.t company building which is un
der construction, to the basement. All
the injured wore workmen emploved
on the building. The must seriouslv
hurt were: Ed Voltz. Ie Burns, K.
Smith and George Nit-hols.
HAXKIUTr SALE.
Save 20c to C0o on the dollar on all
your Picture Framing work. EHTge.'t
stock in the city. We know how to
do the work. I'reyermuth's Art Store.
114 N. Michigan Ft.
c. Fasnacht, Tnit'
Advt. F. C. Freyermiuh. Sale Mgr.
Cioitl Wcdruxiay Afternoon.
Groceries and Marketn !.- 1 - ery
WtdnttfJay uftornuoii until Nov. l.t.
i-- - - Ad:.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
.1914.1.050.
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$10,000,000 Standard
Millionaire to
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Princess F"HCisco
T&spigliosi
After jilting the latest of her long string of fiances by wirelss at ho was
needing across the ocean to see her. Miss Iaura McDonald Stallo, daugh
ter of Fdmund K. Stallo of Cincinnati, one of John D. Iiockefeller's asso
ciates became the bride of Prince Francisco Bospigliosl with a simple wed
ding in a little Catholic church in Paris. The prince and his bride are now
snendin" their honeymoon in Norway. Jefferson Patterson Crane, son of
Josenh Patterson Crane. Dayton millionaire, was engaged to Miss Stallo and
was crossing the ocean to see her when the wireless notified him that the
engagement was broken.
HIVKIl PARK.
A meeting of the recently organ
ized Independent Ordr of Foresters
was "held Thursday night at the Milton
Helmerick barber shop on Mishawaka
av. The state organizer, Jesse E.
Foust of Kalamazoo, Mich., was pres
ent and the following oiticers were in
stalled: Chief ranger, Frank E. Wolfe;
vice chief ranger, Marshall Ball;
financial secretary. Milton Helmerick;
recording cretary, U E. Guin; treas
urer, X. E. Swanson; trustee, Charles
Koontz and E. X. Shelton; junior
beadle. Eugene Cuthbert: junior wood
man. Bay Waterman. The next meet
ing will be held next Thursday at llel
merick's barber shop.
Mrs. Emma Kemper is spending a
few days with frienda near Berrien
springs, Mich.
Percy Woolston of Eighth st., left
Friday" night for Canton. O.. where he
will spend his vacation with his sis
ter. iMrs. Arthur Schuffer.
Charles Hyde and A. Miseing left
today for a visit at Chicago and Mil
waukee. Miss Dora Eisel left today for her
home at Columbus, O.
Misses Bernice Armstrong and
Jeannette Stockman will spend Sat
urday and Sunday at Michigan City.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whitakcr of
X. Eighth St.. are the parents of a
daughter, born Tuesday, June 30.
Mrs. A. M. Cormican of Smith St..
who has been ill for some time, is
slowly improving.
Cottage prayer meeting of the Free
Methodist church will be held thts
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Xeikard. S. Sixteenth st.
Mrs. Carl Guin and daughter, who
have been visiting here have returned
to Bockford,' Bl.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hyatt and Mrs.
M. stockman will leave today for
Fish lake for a two weeks outing.
The Ladies Aid society of the Meth
odist church held their regular month
ly business meeting Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. C. Keam of Mishawaka
av. Mrs. Frank E. Wolfe led the de-
i session it was decided to hold a rum
I mage sale in September.
A son was born Thursday. July -'.
to Mr. nd Mrs. lred Jirant, S.
Eighteenth st.
W. E. Straub of Kalamazoo. Mich.,
will arrive here today for a visit with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Straub.
ami sister. Mrs. W. T. Schock of S.
Sixth st.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper have
gone to Bockford. 111., for a ten clays
visit w ith relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Maguson left this
morning for Elgin, 111., whore they
will ;pend their vacation with rela
tives. Edward Townsen left today for a
ten days visit at enicago ana riKin.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hepler and
son Durwin. will spend the week end
at Elkhart.
MIfs Bertha Hackenberg and Miss
Thelma Palse will spend the week end
at Edwanlsburg, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Himsberger of
. Tenth st.. left today for Iafayette.
to visit their daughter, Miss Grace
Hunsherger. who is attending Purduo
university.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Liszlo and
ton of Canton, O., arc visiting Mr. and
Oil Heiress Who Jilted
Ved Prince.
v i'. it '. r
l - tf. .7 -,V -V
Mrs. Edward Shank of Mishawaka av.
C. L. Eoberts has resigned his posi
tion with the South Bend Watch com
pany and has gone to Toledo, O.,
where he has accepted a position in
a jewelry store.
John Beacon has gone to Elgin, Bl.,
to spend his vacation with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin left this
morning for a ten weeks' outing at
Indian lake.
The condition of Wallace Dodd of
Sixth st. remains unchanged.
STUNG TO DEATH BY BEES
Ilenryviile. Ind., Woman Lives Only
Half Hour After Attack.
HEXBYVILLE, Ind.. July 3. Mrs.
J. W. Wood, 63, was stung to death
by bees late yesterday. She wait tak
ing honey from a hive when the
swarm attacked her, stinging her
about the head, hands and arms. She
lived only half an hour. The upper
part of her body was swollen from
the poison.
The. Mattes' orchestra of 5 pjeces
has been engaged to furnish music for
the Wednesday evening parties at
Fischer's Hudson Lake Park, starting
June 10th, from S:15 to 10:45 in the
evening. Advt.
TEBBE HAUTE. Police and dep
uty sheriffs, armed with riot guns, shot
and seriously wounded James Liggltt
In mistake for Clarence Collins, slayer
of Jesse Fulford last April, and the
would-be slayer of three men in a
saloon.
The
Ransack
Sale
begins
Monday,
i
July 6
"Th Brimhft Sect in Toun'
RAILROAD SHOPS REOPEN
Chicago & Alton to Kouinc Work at
Full Blast.
BLOOMIXGTOX, 111.. July C. The
Chicago and Alton railroad is recall
ing all employes of the IJloomingtoii
shops who were laid off March 1, and
will operate the plant unop the basis
of the same force and time as last
year. This will give employment to
several hundred men who have been
idle.
nUCKLKX'S ARNICA SALVE I "OK
CUTS, UlilNS, SORES.
Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, X. Y..
writes: "1 have never had a Cut, Burn,
Wound or Sore it would not heal." Get
a oox of Bucklen's Arnica Salve to
day. Keep handy at all times for
Burns, Sores, Cuts, Wounds. Prevents
Lockjaw. 25c, at your Druggist. Advt.
NON-KKSintNT NOTICE.
State of Indiana. M. .Josopu County, ss.
In tLe St. Joseph Circuit Court. May
Term, 1UH. Amelia II. VWiutraub vs.
YVi.ilarn .1. Welntraub. KUH.'J. Divorce.
Hp It L-iimvn !li:it t ho ji hovi'-HM iikmI
plaintiff lias tiled iu the office of the clerk j
oi vouii lier coiapiami .iiwusi ;im !
fendant in the above taue together with
a proper affidavit that said defendant I
not a resident of the State of Indiana.
Said defendant U hereby notified that
said cause will stand for trial on the l'th
day of September. 1414, the same being
the L'nd ilay of the next term of sai-J
Court to commence at the City of Smith
Bend, on the 2nd Monday In September
next, on which day said defendant is re
quired to appear to said action.
FRANK 1. CIIHISTOP1I. clerk.
DItCMM()M & DKUMMOM). Attornyes
for plaintiff. June-i,0-27-July-4
N'OTICK OF ADMINISTRATION.
Notice Is hereby given, that the under
signed has been appointed by the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of St. Joseph County.
State of Indiana, executors of the etate
of Meyer Livingston, late of St. Joseph
County, deceased.
Said estate li supposed to be solvent.
ABRAHAM LI VINt5ST N,
MAX LIVINGSTON, Kxe's.
.Tune 2(1. mil.
ANDERSON.- PARKER CRABILL &
CR I'M PACKER, Attorney for estate.
june-i:T-july-4-ll
LOST Oil rouxn.
LOST Reward given party for return of
bank book and bill to News-Times office.
LOST Purse on Lafayette st. paper in
side with F. J. Miller's name. Return
to Li3 S. Lafayette.
LOST A small black purse which con
tained a ?LD bill, $1.90 in small change
and two signet rlnjfs with the letter S.
Return to C. A. S perry, r11 E. Broadway,
or to News-Times. Reward.
LOST Envelope containing fire in
surance policy and deeds. Call Mrs.
Anna Long, Bell 3327; reward.
LOST A, baby shoe on E. Lasalle av.
Bell phone 2030.
LOST Mrs. M. P. CoQUlllard, 110
Franklin place, lost a string of gold
heads Sunday morning between her
home and St. Patrick'? church. Finder
return to 110 Franklin place.
WAXT12H 3IALI2 HELP.
WANTED Man to work on farm. Call
Home phone 4102.
WANTED Experienced farm
once. Call Bell jdione 1473.
hand at
WANTED First class barber at once,
loy W. Jefferson.
WANTED Man on sheet iron work. Ap
ply at once. George Cutter Co.
WANTED Experienced man for shock
ing wheat. I'nexperienced men need not
apply. Home 4S"4.
WANTED Two c lcrarmakers. either sex.
l.:o W. Second, over Ostrander's studio.
Mishawaka.
WANTED Experienced dry cleaner and
pressor. Paris Dry Cleaning Co.,
N. Emerick st.
WANTED Insurance mau, attractive con
tracts to men who can write business.
Get the benefit of the business. You write
502 Dean bldy.
WANTED Any Intelligent man out of
work or desiring to better'ha position can
secure a position with us as an apeut; city
or outside work; best agency proposition;
salary to those who can qualify. Call at
724 J. M. S. Buildiog, Sunday morning, be
tween 11 and 12 o'clock. John Blue, State
Manager.
HELP WANTED FE3LLE.
WANTED Competent middle aged wo
man to do housework la the country.
Call Home 4110.
WANTED A girl for general house
work; 605 W. Broadway, Misha
waka, WANTED Cloak and suit salesla
dies those having South Dend ex
perience preferred. Apply Newman's.
OrPlCTS tlrTTiP.
JULY SIXTH IJecrln course. Thom
as School of Stenography and Type
writing. American Trust bldg.
BUSINESS ME Trvea la need of sten
ographers, bookkeepers, or general office
2elp, call Kellej Business School. We
fcaie a number of good ones- About rady
to accept positions. Call Bell 113; llome
14 b4.
PEltSONALS.
TTALti rArnR SALE.
Buy your wall paper now- for the spring
and nave half on your bill. New up to
date lull deslgcs at half price for Z0 nay.
Beautiful designs 3c and tip per roll:
Imported Oatmeals. Two Tones Varnish
Ullts, trie. ; regular price 25c to Ofce, per
roll only lOo to lv per roll.
Good prade Varnish Sl.iO per gaL Re
duced price on paints, eto.
Open Evenings.
CHICAGO WALL PAPER CO.,
Moved to 104 W-t Division St., Near
Michigan SL
Beautiful premiums free with every pur.
satuxoay. .iii.y i. u.
Ashur Doesn,t Impress Those Menials
PERSONALS.
"SAL5AD-
U more than 15 In 1 to the housewife la
nathinj: and cleaning Phone Bell
today for IT.
BUSINESS PERSONALS.
PIGEONS pay dollars where chickens pay
cents; small capital needed; small space
required; always penned up; ready mark
ets; send for May issue of our Journal;
fully explained there; price ten cents. Re
liable Squab Journal, Versailles. Mo.
BUSINESS CILNCES.
SCREEN DOORS and windows should be
ordered now. We make all kinds and
those that last and fit. We rewire and
repair old screens and sell screen wire.
MUW Cabinet and Machine Shop, UlC
Portage av. Home phone 1032.
WANTE D 311 SC ELLuYN EO US.
WANTED Second-hand brick. Call
George Bauer. 13(11 phone 98 42.
HOARDERS waited. Inquire 503 E. Col
fax av.
I WANT to rent fair size barn, centrally
located. Rell phone-r.'ll' after C p. m.
WANTED To buy pony buggy. C. V.
Zeigler, New Carlisle, Ind.
WANTED Dressmaking: or plain sewing;
alteration work. Called for aud deliv
ered. 1318 Clover st.
WANTED A r-passen-er Ford In- first
class condition, not older than 1910
model. Notify P. O. llui 7, South liend.
PIANOS and Plaver Pianos tuned and re
paired. P. R. 1 lager. Home S2S5.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
TYPEWRITER Like new, only ?20, cost
$100. Will ship far trial prepaid. AIro
incubator und gasoline engine cheap. J.
O. Stedel, PlaiuvlUe, Ohio.
FOR SALE Office furniture, also piano.
Call mornings. Home Zu, Cell ,V7.
FOR SALE Five cboio? milk cows, milk
wajron and cans. 14)o E. Howard st.
Pell 2bG0.
FOR SALE C horse power gasoline en
gine. Almost new, slso dynamo. In
quire 127 S. Walnut. Home S7G3.
FOR SALE 50 rebuilt tlcycles. $5 and up.
Guaranteed tires, ?3 a pair. We do
bicycle repairing. M. E. Oilman, 422 S.
Michigan st. Home phone SU45.
FOR SALE HORSES. CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE -Working- horse, 1 double
harness, 1 single harns, 1 big top de
livery wagon. Will se.l cheap at once.
1420 Portage av.
for saxy: PIANOS.
FOR SALE Piano, good as new, cost
$4r0. Cheap if taken at once. Martin
F. Pane, Coo E. Jefferon. Rlvd. Home
phone SbOo.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES.
FOR SALE One 30 h. p. motor truck or
delivery, in good coLdition, l,o0 Hs.
capacity. Price $300.00. North Liberty
Garage, North Liberty, Ind.
FOR SALE At a bargain, an electric
coupe in good condition. Rell phone
.".377. Home phone 1M.HJ.
guicK SALE AT KrLL. BARGAINS:
bring your mechanic and look them over.
1 PJ12 -i-I-as. Cadillac.
1 PJ11 4-Pas. Cadillac.
1 R12 Stoddard Dayton.
CADILLAC MOTOR SALES CO.
Washington and Vistula.
FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES.
FOR SALE Twin cylinder Curtlss motor
cycle. Owner leaving town Tuesday.
Call 402 NY Michigan. Home phone 5770.
FOR SALE Excelsior motorcycle, cheap,
.550. 0(0 N. Johnson Ht. Inquire after
6 p. in.
FOR RENT STORE ROOM.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT Located on
Monroe st. between Lafayette and
Franklin. Win. Uapp, 203 S. Mala st.
Either phone 1571.
FOR RENT Store room with shelving.
223 S. Main. Inquire at S12 N. St. Joe.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 017 S. St. Joe. Rcll
I hone K27.
FOR RENT Two large rooms furnls-hed
complete for light housekeeping, also
sleeping rooms. Rath and telephone.
t blorks rrom postofhee. 224 S. Lafay
ette st.
FOE RENT Suite of front rooms with
all modern conveniences. r4 N. Main.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in modern
home. 112 S. William. Bell 12lS.
For RENT A furnished 4-roora Cat.
complete fr housekeeping, modern,
per week. Call mornings between
I' ll. .307 N. Lafayette.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, molern, private en
trance. 20 E. Paris.
FOR RENT 2 large rarnished rooms with
board: suitable for man end wife or 2
gentlemen. 2r Paris. RU 3.V?.
FOR RENT .Vroom, gas, ity w ater, sew
er, gas range and linoleum. 1025 W.
Sample et. .
FOR RENT Purnlsbed rooms, gentlemen
preferred. C17 N. Lafayette n. Geurge
J. Sludllnger.
FOR RENT Beautiful rront rooms on
first flo-jr for light housekeeping, mod
em In every way. everything furnished.
Private be boxes, running water and
bath. 4lS S. Lafayette.
I OR RENT Modern furnished house
keeping and sleeping rooms. 14 blocks
from pirstofflce. 220 S. Lafayette.
FOR SALE Large airy rooms, soft water
for bath. 8rdndld lc-cation. 310 W.
Wuyce tt.
FOR KENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 201 E.
Marion st. Home phone 2003.
HOT these warm nights? You won't be if
you occupy one of tluse cool outside
plevuinir porch rooru at the Y. M. C A.
Showers on each floor. Phones Home !
115.N, Rell 7'..".
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms.
1C01 E. Madison. Home l Rell i:.-,ll.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished sleep
ing rooms. Rell 1122.
FOR RENT OmCli ROOMS.
FOR RENT Office rooms, cither single ;
or enaulte. Rulldlng is centrally locat-1
ed; elevato service and other modern con
veniences. Are your oihces properly kept
up? Janitor service included in rental.
Otlk-e and everything is kept iu first (laj
condition. Apply to Dr. E. R. Dean, Dean
Ridg.
FOR RENT FLATS
FOR RENT 16
MUhigRi.-.
room fiat. 422-424
FOR RENT Modern r.-room flat, 1120 W.
Colfax av. Dome "Sa)0.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Modern house, one block from
South S'de car line. inquire C1G S.
Clinton.
FOR RENT 7-room cottage. Thrush st..
$10. chicken park, gas. eleetrlc light ami
garden. G-room cottage. Dale St.. River
Park. $s. sve Caldwell, 704 J. M. S. Rldg.
TO RENT At Lake Wawasee. T.O0 feet
above Lake Michigan, beautiful bunga
low, furnished, containing 7 rooms und
bath, lighted bv electricity. Mrs. J. II.
White, oil W. Colfai.
FOR RENT.
9 rooms, Ashland a v.. modern
t rooms. Woodward av., modern...
0 rooms, California av.. modern...
7 rooms. Rex St.. modern
H rooms, Woodward av., modern..
."0.(H
2.".OJ
20.00
lO.OO
17.00
10 rooms. Portage a7.,
7 rot ins. Kline st
. . i a.
l.'.OJ t
10.(MJ
10.O0
7.00
S.bO
20.00
i rooms, iemou r.
4 rooms, Rerlin st.
7 rooms. River Park
7 rooms, Pulaski st.. More in front..
HAS T I X a s
Hastings Ruilding.
Home 0440 Phones Bell
211.
FOR RENT Strictly modern eight-room
house. Inquire CoO-fill W. Washington
av. Home phone 1CS."; Rell T.O,'.
FOR RENT Seven-room stucco house,
strictly modern. S07 Portage Ave. Call
Home 14o4.
FOR KENT 7-room house. E Divi
sion st. Geo. J. Hoffman Co.. 220 N.
Michigan st. Born phones
FOR -iENT A modern house. 321 Horatio
court; steam neat: first clasa la every
respect. Inquire 710 Park a?. Home
phone 5203.
FAJOI LANDS.
FOR SALE A farm of Hi) acres, S miles
west of city. Rell D'JiT..
FOR SALE Ninety acres of level land.
ten Hcres in timber, eight miles north
east of city. Good six room brick house,
large barn, Impl.-ment sheds, cow barns,
corn crib and otter buildings. Price "in
eludes a complete set of new implements
and the season's crops of twenty acres
corn, six oats, eleven cow peas, nve late
corn. Mi o.iis, eleven cow peas, uve jau ?!
potatoes and twenty acres broken for fail J
planting. Also a large windmill and tank.
i'rice W,Z(K $:aj0 or more down, balance
HASTINGS.
Hastings Building. 21S N. Michigan St.
Phones Home 0H0; Bell 211.
FOR SALE '10 acre truck farm with all
growing crops. r miles west of city.
Reasonable price if taken at once. For
particulars call Bell 1444.
REAL ESTATE.
Building- lots on Niles car line. 70xlfi0.
at .-500 to $7.", $1.00 down. ents per
week. No interest or taxes. Home CA'j,
Bell 1771.
ern house, if taken at once. Nice neigh -
liorhoo
rhood and within walking distance.
Only part rR.sh required. Balance on eaay
terms. Inquire Dr. J. Burke, Optician,
2C0 S. Michigan St.
FOR SALE o-room noue cneap, lot
tt:;xlt'o, gas, water aud good cellar.
Fine locatlou, part cash, balance to ult
Also other Drouertiea. Mnrtin F. I'.inp.
OL'J E. Jefferson Blvd. Home phone &t)j. !
FOR SALE Six room house on Lincoln
St, half a block from Michigan Ave.
Houe now vacated and In gucl repair.
Will bell for cash or on contract with
small pay down aud balance like rent F.
M. Jackson.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 50 acre. 6 miles
north of Niles. Price 4 per acre. For
further information cull J. A. McCwilourH,
room 3, 25 S. Michigan st. Home GOoO:
Bell COf.
ron halt:.
Aa 8-room mvoeru iiuaie at 010 Laporte
av. Rooui oa lot for auuther huu. a
bdrgaiu.
A ti-rooni bungalow at C20 Howard.
Will ell uu coQLiact to suit purcLaer.
Six-room huuie at t22 t. Will Cil oa
eaay tcruis.
Aa b-room strictly modtra house and
lot at lEa Mlchifua ar.
b-rooa lioue, raucern except furaac
at 511 Aliu su
A C-rooui house at 1113 E. Soria at
Light-room huuse at lu25 DeMaud nr
fcix-ruoui au&e ttig lott a.t -uu-i Leer st
A liouse pd lot la Liucuia Park .dui -
tiuu, near V. Division st
New tousi lu Soutluijor park Dear
Souiu mu ur liae.
We tell loU iu aout&ruoor Park, Pot
Plsee. Liacola Park una Blruer l'Uc a-
We baTe oiher desirable Lausti and Lu
la ail parts cf the city.
We wrlt fire icuruc la firat class
couipanie.
RfcaU collected. Notary Public
W. P. FUREY.
Bell PLore bCC Home Phone Zsul
FOR SALf 0 Tot lot rrouttag on Mb Ll-
gau av. la the UoO block, i'rice H.'.ajO.
lu.iuire Mi. Catherine SuiiUi. 1'7 MicLl
gun uv
ACRE lots right on Nile car at stop o. PIANOS, LIVE STOCK. FARM 1M- u
.:, down, $i per month. Bell 1771. PLLMENTS, AUTOMOBILES, etc. (t
Home ! Tinie made to suit torrower. Call,
U$ write, or phune Bell 1740, Home fi
FOR SALE At a great bargain, fine mod- s till7. li
i i i i i i i n ii i i n II i i i i i r-"v i i
U PAIRING.
L'MRRELLAS, locks, baby cabs. D. Arm.
troutf, 1.-2 L Cotfax.
LOCKSMITHS.
D. ARMSTRONG, 122 E. Colfax.
BLI1BEU STAMPS AND hTKXCILS.
D. ARMSTRONG, 122 E. Colfax.
CLAIRVOYANT.
DR. CRAVENS See him at bh own
Lome in Oaceola. Ind.. where h will
give reading dally and cure the tick
witbout luedlclne. At home at all hour.
Celebrated & reading, i. AH Interurbaa
car stop in Lout of bis door. Tte poor
you Lave alwaya with you. Yoa will not
always have Dr. CraTena with you. Hour
10 a. in. to 2 p. m. Other Louri by ap
pointment. Bell phone 125. Heal sick
wltriout medicine.
COKSETIEIJRES.
SP1RKLLA COltSLV City efflce. Bell
phone ZW. Home 1G0S.
MOTORCYCLES.
FRANK ANDREWS & SON. agents for
Excelsior Motorcycles. New and second
hand motorcycles always ia stock. 103
W. Sample st.
BICYCLES.
POPE BIcyi;a and e Motobike. Head
quarters for supplies and repairing.
William Liutner. 22b N. Main st
CriIOLSTEUING AND CRATING.
SOUTH REND UPHOLSTERING CO.. up.
bolstering, repairing ana rcfinlsMnc
furniture. Crating and patklng for ship
ment. Home phoDe T.iriL Bell
WELDING.
WELDING.
South Rend Welding Co., 402 W. Madison
st. Bell Phore C412.
troon.
FOR SALE Dry flab wood. $1.50 per
rank. Caudle Wood Co., 400 E. Bow
man. Bell r-M2-
PATENTS & PATHXT ATTORNEYS.
Patents Patents Patents Patents Patents
Patents Patents Patents Patents Tatcuts
Futenta Patents
Patents Patents
Futeuu
Patents
Patents P A
Patents Patents
Patents Patents
Patents
Patents
Patents
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Secured, bought and sold all P
over the world; buyers al
A ways oa hand for all kinds ol A
patents.
T INTERNATIONAL PATENT T
SOLICITING OFFICE.
E Chicago office. 1017 Hartford E
Rldg. Dearbon and MadUon St..
tllwaukee Office, 13CiS-9 Wells .N
building.
T South P.end office, Suite 2(0 T
J. M. S. building.
S A. J. aopcsa. a
Mechanical Engineer and Pat. Expert
Patents
Patent
., j(1
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Office Lours S-7 daily.
0-3 Sunday.
Patent
Patecj
Patents
Patent
Patents Patents
1 'a tents Patent
Patents Patents Patents Patent PuttDtM
I'atenta I'ateuts Patents Pa.'-euts i'Atcnts
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at 2 per cent per month and S3G0i
, t
:t t STATE LOAN COMPANY. Inc.. ti
SIJS Room 1. Merchants Bank Bldg.. tttt
I lit I 231 south MicMgan Street. Jilli
Eolith It.n,1 lm!n. TIT
scuta neua. inaiaua. SJJili
JlllfSS ttittts
liiiinl ttmtit
I ili?HIHHI.Ha 1 I
MONET.
! Bell 161b. Horn CSO0L
J00O to 1200.
Oa Pianos, Furniture. Live Stock or
Implements.
SECURF1V uOAN CO..
12 I. O. O. F. Building-.
Over Newark Shoe Store.
MONEY TJ LOAN
ON
CHATTEL MORTGAGE
AT
2"'f Per Mo. and flOO Charges.
Lans '.M.oie Anywhere in St. Jo-pa Co.
StU'TH BEND CREDIT Co..
H. P. 1771. 12V E. Jegcr..:i Blvd.
ltLLVL KSTTATT
FOR SALE OR RENT -w T-ro.m bouui
on 14th st. liCir Spring st.; G-ri ::i Lu-jh
and a- re o: gr. uni on l.'tij kt Lear Lcla
Bt. Both la .M'.-.Law ika.
GEO. D. BEROTH.
l.Ti-l N. Main St.
Hume Ph. .ne CCn
WUITCOMB At KELLER.
FOR SALt. MoOtfP Lories oa Rlvrlr!
ilrlr I'lirt i'e ir vrr t Wv.
I ward aT.. Van Burea st. CitTelar.'i hV
north part of tte ity. at.j on IL itroad-
way. Iiidiaa v Paytjn U. IjnaiJ.
iL-iii t and E. Fox st la !Le sjuth pir:
ct tLe city.
Terma Cash or Psymnt.
JeCersoa BUg. Both Phones i:Ci7.
l SALE cr.eap. a lot at P.a-.e Point.
K-agle lake. Mich. Call Hrue CG, Bel
FOR SALE New 7 rm l.use o:i L
Porte Ae.; ga. r'e.tr'. ligM. furai.- ;
Lot and e.,1-1 water, buth and tdlt: be
;e:u untb-r hmire; i;i v large 1 t. :: pav.-I
trt. Will s!l f.r ci!i ur .:t cisy pay
u.;it. lt i;.e h.w jo'j t !. I !.i . if
yen kvklr.j for a bvn-.e. W. J. t'.Vcii.
. cr.arsres on uuldc.uul.ij i17uij sj
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