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THE SOUTH BLIND NUVViimt IM t Telephone 1 II f J Your Items to The News-Times 123 S. Main GET PERMIT FROM PROPER PARIES Public Hitching Post Proposi tion to be Taken Up Anew Towle Property is Not Avail able, JHrhawa'ra "will not have Us public hitching post 01 the corner of iluin and Third Eta that Is unless the city or snm puhllo spirited citizen, or ono of tha husincc-w organizations buy the property on which it vrua proposed to liavo the convcnUcico. It can bo bought for around $S5,000 from thoj Tcrsvlo heirs. This is Ikjov J". Hutch- Jnon, v.ho?o vrifo Is ono of tho heirn of the estate, foe-la about it, Mr. llut- chlnson repre:ent3 tho citato In the disposal of this valuable Bite. He Id tho agent for tho PrPcrty and ho lias ret a prico of aver $200 a foot on It. This la why tho government didn't buy it for the city's new postoffice. It was tho favorite location at the time tho new bulhllnK vras first mooted, but tho price asked was more than the "Washington authorities cared to pay. The property has lain Idle for many years, and that Is tho reason the energetic and enterprising Chamber of Io&resj thought thero could bo no objection to Its being used for a hitch ing post clrh rest room in connection. The committee appointed to rure a F-jitahlo location for this most neces sary accommodation for farmers com ing to tho city was composed of some of tho best hustlers in tho city. The mornln? following their selection they vrere around tcrvvn before breaJkiaat, and in half an' hour thy announced 1o the newspapers that they "had suc ceeded In tholr mission, Hut, alas, "the beet laid schemes, eta, sometimes go crofssway.4. It's a bad habit they have. The ninii. that they should have con eulted wjia passed up not intention ally bo it remembered ho was Just forgotten for tho r.onco. . The first intimation Mr. Ilutchinon Ihad of the matter, ho rays, was when aienry S. Towle, who new resides la Chicago, informed him of tlie uso of tho property was to bo put. "I was Blrrrply astonished," he said to Tho 'eWs-TImes "Wednesday evening. "I never heard of fmch effrontery; why It waa nothing short of highway . Well. I'll tell you this, that the first attempt that Is made to turn the prop rty into a hitching station, und I catch any one at it. I'll prosecute- them to tho llmlL" That thro were ml jrandcrKtan dings all the way around la not denied, but one thins: may. in tho faco-of Mr. Hut chinson's statement, be taken for i granted, and that Is that another site will have to bo found. Tho committee is not dismayed, al though somewhat chagrined. It will get to work naln with renewed ac tivity, and will not forget to see the owner or ngent of tho property it next decides upon, IS" ll desperandum Is its motto, find it Is determined to have that hitching pof-t or retire into oblivion. IVcmona bovr. The latest addition lo tho famous products of tho J vain m anil Sclicllimrer Jirrrwlmr Co. For sale nt all bars. Advt. miijTJOx TxijiAit tYsnniv. Tonight tho patrons of the PriD?es?$ theater will be given an opportunity to see the sixth series of the Million 3oll:u- Mystery. This sorie will ho more e?ceitln than the previous series, which made such, a .11 hit with tho theater goers. Sparklo, brilliancy and a rlrli flavor lo lmuoia beer. J varum and Sclicl linircr. Advt. FTel ?dafrpert. Indiana cltiVpr -popular barluper from Zenith Bend, has MkeiTi a position as (barkeeper at tho Hotel Mlshawaka. where he will be ghid to meet oil South 15 end friends, Advt. Krgular rovtrrw Mlshawaka Hive. No. CS, IMflay evening. Ada Latest Hair Styles For Summer Tnifl year, with all tho variety of hair styles, fashion ha decreed none i.rut tho rather simple ones which re ' rputro the very best possible ue af all jtho natural hair a woman has. Eh- peeially for tho hot months do the styles call for tho elimination of all extra hair and artificial helps. Hero is a sh.unpoo which make? your hair look much heavier than it Is and of- f ers h quick, easy and economical way to cleanse the scaliv It will restore ;to tht hair its soft Huff, rich kIops and natural color, bt-cau.e it is mado for 7ve on the hair only and is not a makeshift or a soap to be used for it hundred different purposes. Make it ' by simply dis.solv1nr i tejuspoonful ; ;inthrox. whJrh every druu' store car ries In stock, in a u; hot water, then pouring slowly on the head ils you rub briskly. This niRkf a thick, soothing lather that allays irritation, nuikes the htnul fel pood and puts the scalp in a healthy condition, which assures t-rautiful. heavy ):lr. MISHAWAKA CLASSIFIED. i:UNT Sev(-n room hra:se at 713 AV. second st.: all modern ex cepting fumao. Inp:iri 7 IS AV. Thini. Homo phone f. LiK&T Jjrvt':er tw-a:j-(l pmyer biKk. elt!ifr tKrtl fide !ishftwri oar er lrwe-n oir find K''irTifratinir cxtni-nny. Ii-nH!l. tKJutii P-nd I:u!.Ut , S. !Mh Llmn. WANTEl Position as housekeeper by lady with one child. Home phone 677. KOR HIKE Taxicah, available at all hours. TerriuJ reasonable G. E. Roe. 30 W. Joseph st, sole agent in St, Jcs'ph and ud Joining counties for Sand bo, the mechanical starter, s-P-cially raLrpted for Eord cars. Home phono n. C92. IOST. riamond ring, solitaire, quar ter ctvrnt, on Third or I-'ourtn sts. Reward on returning to 12Z W. Fourth FAILED 10 AW TWO PATIENTS LEAVE HOSPITAL THURSDAY Mrs. I. Nlven. who recently under went a serious operation at the St. Joseph's hospital, has improved suf ficiently to leave the institution for hr home In South Uend Thursday mornln?. Mrs. George Rlggs of south of the city, who underwent a serious opera- i tion Home time ago, has recovered puMlc'iently so a to be able to leave for her home on Thursday. Mrs. Emma Suit was removed to the St. Joseph's hospital Prlday morn ing, where ho will receive treatment. Mir. Suit l in a serious condition. Mrs. McKlnistry of IUver Park la ill at the hospital. Mrs. Miller has been removed to tho hospital for treatment. Mrs. La. Thompson la at the hospital receiving- treatment for a broken hip. Mrs. Thompson is 81 years of age, and owing to her advanced her con dition is considered serious. "Mrs. Thompson sustained the injury In a fall whilo on her way to feed the chickens. Gerald Michols has left tho hospital for his home, 126 E. Eighth st. after undergoing an operation for tho re moval of ader.olds and tonsils. 1ICKE1 JIT BY TirC WAY. Martin Mullen. 114 E. Eighth st.. left Thursday for Klkhart, where he will spend a week or ten days visit ing with his uon. .Leonard Chamberlln has returned from an outing at Eagle lake. Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Messimore have returned to Bremen after spending Wednesday visiting with friends here. Misa Anna Vinson, W. Eighth st., ia visiting with Mr. and Mrs. an Judle, sr, of "SVillow Creeik. CMis3 Wilma Emi riper has returned from a visit with, relatives In Kala mazoo, MJch. Mrs, Mary Ia Hommedieu has re turned from a visit with her sister at Granger. iMrs. Walter KnobTock and son. Carl Wilke Knoblock, and daugrhter, Mary Jane Knoblock, havo gxne to Elkhart where they will spend several days visiting" with friends. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Ilerzojr and family of 13. Third fit., left Thursday morrdnR- for Chicagro where they "will visit with relatives and friends. M. J. Lake, Grand Rapids, Mich., Is visiting with relatives in this city. W. II. Curtis, agent for the local oflici of the American Express Co., is enjoying ten days vacation. Mr. Curtis has gone to Traverse City, Mich., where ho will spend his holi days. Ialps E. Cripo of Elkhart is substituting at the local office. C. A. Ostrom spent Thursday trans acting business in Chicago. William Rem and son. Evert Homo and Harry Sutherland returned to (Mishawuka after .spending several weeks at Michigan City, where Mr. Heme has charge of the construction of a scliool building. iMrs. V. Leopold and Dwna of W. Grove st., and Mies Ruth Sutherland of Edgowater drive, left Wednesday afternoon for a visit with friends and relatives In Michigan. Mrs. Edward Sutherland, who haa been spending tho summer at lake Manatwa, near Rochester, Tnd., has returned to her home In this city. Mrs, W. E. WaUa-ch of B. Seventh st., left Thursday for Foveral days visit with her ptironts, (Mr. and Mrs. Georgia Irostr.ian of Prymo-uth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hesch have xnovel from 62C Chectnut St., to 116 W. Joseph st. Prtanona Lh the Ideal berr for tlio home and an attractive bottle, a de lightful clearness, an exceptional sparkle and a dellcJotLS flavor. Ivamm uiul Sclielllnrcr Rrmvliu; Co. Advt. Have a Xews-Times at your break fast table every morning. Telephone now. lremona leer will nutke you sitiack your lip 3 its delicloas flavor HngerN with you. Kmiun and Sclielllncr Rrtivinff Co. Advt. WKPDCD AT HU-aiYTTniTAX LVNS1 Van R. Kipka of outh Bend and Miss Gertrudo M. Snyder of Elkhart were married Wednesday afternoon by Rev. A. C. Ormond at the Pres byterian manse. The bride is the daughter of George Snyder, who formerly resided in this city, but is now located at Elkhart, The RToom is employed at the N. P. ISowsher Manufacturing Co. of iSouth Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Kipka will take up their residence in South Bend. SUSTAINS lUtOKJN VNKId:. Mrs. William XMltz. Sw Union et.. is sufforing" with a broken nnkJe. Mrs. Diltz sualned tho Injury Tueday evening in a fall while eolng dofcTi talra. icn cnnv3i sociatj slturday. An ice cream social will be given Saturdaj- evening on the lawn east of the Lang hardware store under the auspices of the Royal Neighbors and M od ern Wood man. ICE CREAM SOCIATX Under auspices of Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodmen, Saturday nicht, cast ;f Lang store. Price, 10 cents. Everybody imited. Miss Gertrude Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder of Elk hart, formerly of River Park and Zun Kipka, grandson of T. W. Camp of River Park, were united in mar riape at noon Wednesday at the Pres byterian parsonage. Rev. A. C Or mond otllciatlng. They left im mediately for a short wedding trip after which they will be at homo at 7T. 2 S. Main et.. South Bend. Tha nrr thtrskw P. IX WtiA trtomiiY potr Vim 2xa to miimt vtMr P. IX Q. p. rx a ko tbr Cnd old-bkn4 bar kCierm. Im fmr ttw AmwTm hmm aa rrerr box, &ktf ptol a&mZ tx rrtrj humol P. D. Q. a! A Street Bell 10; Home 118 LONE HOBO FORCES WAY INTO EAST END HOME Taking advantage of two women and a sick rrKin Wednesday evening, a supposed hobo forced entrance into the home of iMrs. E, Self ext. 114 2 T. Fourth st, Ono of the women said that he applied at the door for food and then pushed past and entered the sitting room and started for the stairs. At this moment Mrs. Seifert hurried to the ""phone and called the police. The fellow, who was part way up the steps, hearing: the call being sent to the station, descended and ran from the building. When the police ar rived no trace of him could be found. Later in the evening the police were called to the extreme southwest section of the city, where it was said a big tight was in progress. By the time the police arrived on the motor cycle the crowd had dispersed and no arrests were mado. Violating the city ordinance which prohibits the firing of fire arms inside the city limits, Angelo taJone was ar rested and taken to the police station where he is being held awaiting his hearing Friday morning. Stalone was arrested along the river near the island at the rear of the Kamrn and Bchellinger brewery. ALLEY MEN HERE TO REFINISH DRIVES Fred Schneck and Ernest Petrosby, representing the Brunswick-Balke Colander Co. of Chicago, have started the work of reflnishlng and redress ing the alleys at the Ellsasser bowling hall. Mr. Schneck arrived in this city Wednesday, and Thursday morn ing started the preliminary work. tMr. Petrosby will arrive, Monday. It la expected that the work -will be completed by Sept. 1, as on that date the fall season for bowling opens. The alleys will be sera pod after which they will be reflnished, while other neces sary repairs brought about through tho heavy demands of last year will be made. Already the bowling enthusiast has begun his preparations for the com ing bowling season. It is expected that the team captains will begin or ganizing in the next two or three weeks. Entries to the various leagues will bo ojened soon. HOSE HOUSE PROPERTY APPRAISED AT $1,250 The city property, formerly the North Side hose house site on E. Jo seph st, was appraised Thursday morning at $1,250. The appraisers wcre'W. P. Kerr, J. A. McMichael and P. M. Narrows. Tho appraisers were accompanied to the property by City Atty. J erne pan and City Controller Lichaol in tho interest of the city, Several weeks ago Inquiries were made by parties in regard to the value of the land, the board of public works at that time decided to petition Judge Funk of tho circuit court to appoint three appraisers to alllx a price on the grounds. iMonday Judge Funk named the above mentioned appraisers. The piece of property Is situated Just west of the Beatty Felt ing Co.. and has a 40-foot frontage and is 70 feet In depth. notici:: The old Doctor Ross is back homo from his vacation and rested up ready to wait on you. If you are sick come and ceo me. If I am an old quack as some of your high-tone M. LVs try to make mo out t give you results. Why? because I am honest with my patients and try to save them from the knife, I will give $25 for any case of the so-called appendicitis I can't euro without tho knife, or will you take the high-tone, silver-toed M. D. and run the changes of opera tion? Bo wLse once in your lives. I have no Cheap John preHcription. I use the very best of medicine regard less of cost So i'ou can see why you get good results. Now, It is up to you will you take the high M- D., who gives you a. Cheap John prescription, then hurry you off to the hospital for an operation that will cost you from $150- to $200 perhaps your life, or will you take a man if ho is a quack who can give you results for one quarter of tho expense? I have a full right to practice medicine or surgery !n the states of Indiana and Ohio. That is more than your high-tone M D. has. If I had not I would have been shut off leng ago. I have hun dreds of men and women hero in Mlshawaka I have saved from tho knife and today they thank me, the old quack, for it, I use the name old quack because a certain M. D. says I am, If ho reads this ho will know who I mean. I am not afraid to meet hlra under any consideration. But the name is one that no gentleman will use against his fellow competor, I won't say a brother in the profes sion, as I dont consider him one K. ROSS, M, D. Adv. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Klsh, 9L20 N. Notre Damo st, a daughter, Aug. 12. isiBsiSfflaiS mmm Keeping House Systematically requires a definite method of procedure in hand ling the household finances. When bills are paid by check the record of the transaction may be kept systematically and the check serves as a receipt This bank cordially invites the women in Mish awaka and vicinity to open checking accounts and take advantage of the assistance which such an account affords in household management. We invite small as well as large accounts and provide special facilities for ladies. COAL PRICES HIGHER THIS YEAR THAN LAST The price of Pocahontas coal has been rai.ed and Is 50 cents a ton higher than at this time last year in Mishawaka, The local dealers at tribute the rise in price to the fact that there Is a heavy foreign demand lor this coal and they expect that it will go still higher before the winter months. Egg is selling at 3.50 to $5 per ton; shoveled $5 to and fork ed J6. Although th price of meats has been raised by the wholesalers, the retail dealers continue to soli at tho same prices as heretofore. Sugar is still climbing and there is said to tx a scarcity of this article In Mishawaka, Flour is the only other commodity that tho price has bc.n raised on bo far. DANES TO FEED GERMANS Will Ilcmaln Neutral and Sell Goods to Warring Countries. COPENHAGEN, via London, Aug. 13. The Danish sovernmont today announced that it would remain neu tral no matter what tho futuro might bring. It Is felt here that any other action would add to the great eco nomic distress already felt. Denmark is exporting largo quantities of goods to the warring nations. The fact that Germany has removed Its tariff has induced Danish merchants to consign big- cargoes to the German govern ment A big shipment will leave hero tonight for England. RRAZIL WANTS TO KNOW. PARIS. Aug. 13. Brazil has de manded an explanation from Germany according to an announcement made here of an attack alleged to have been made on Bernardino Do Campos, for mer president of the state of Saop aulo. The French consul at Stuttgart reported on his arrival here that Senor Ie Campos, who is blind, was assaulted and robbed. HOS1TTALS ARE CROWDED. ROME, Aug. 13. The military hos pitals in Vienna are crowded with soldiers according to a dispatch re ceived here. The soldiers are alleyd to be suffering from typhoid fever, but it is believed the most of them aro wounded men. GER3LYN CRUISER TAKIX COAL AT SAN FRANCISCO. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 13. The German cruiser Leipsig which until yesterday was thought to have been in the far east, put into port here early today for coal. Her appearance de layed the sailing plans of 17 English and two French vessels which are in the harbor. GERMANY WILL nELP NOW. BERLIN, via Copenhagen and Lon don, Aug. 13. The German govern ment today ordered that steps be taken to facilitate tho departure of Americans from that country. With mobilization practically complete many railroad trains have been re leased from military service and theso will be dovoted to helping foreigners who wish to leave. A special train carrying four hun dred Americans left for Holland this morning and preparations for the de parture of other citizens are being" pushed. Cash is now being paid on letters of credit by the !argo banks and this is serving to relieve the fears of tho Americans who were stranded here. L ' 3 THEATER TONIGHT Sixth Series of tho Mystery" More FA (it Ins: Than Ever. And in Adlition We Will Rttn an Isanay Two-Reel Feature "The Elder Brother" Featuring Francis X. Bushman. Aduits 10c Children 5c HAILED HAY AND fTRAW FEED OF ALL ILTNDS. WEAVER'S STORE Cleveland and Tu. Fourth Streets Homo Phono 1S2. CIGAR That Quatliy Broadleaf Cigar PRINCESS LJC,6AR Iff: sje a: se NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS SOCLYL EVENTS. The picr.kj committee of the Polish Ladies Falcons Z. Ballckl No. 1 will hold its meeting Fridav eveninir at 9 o'clock at the Z. B. hall on W. Divi sion at The Tennis club of Polish Falcon M. Romanowykl will meet Ilday evening at Koaciuszko hall. Tho Junior and senior exercising clasa of Polish Ladies Falcons Z. Balicki No. 1 win hold its exercises Friday evening at 7 o'clock at Z. B. hall on W. Division st. The exercising class of Polish Fal cons M. Romanowski will hold Its ex ercises Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Koscluszko halL The filnelng rehearsal of the St. TIedwigo Choral society will bo held Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the old St. Hedwige school building. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Smogor, 113 S. Laurel st.. were very pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening1 when a number of their friends came to cele brate their X5th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent with music, singing" and recitations and at lis con clusion a delicious luncheon was serv ed. Mr. and (Mrs. Smogor were present ed with a beautiful chafing dish and a cut gla&3 vase. Thoee who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Drejer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fran ck owl ak, Mr. and Mrs. Cazary XewinskU Mr. and Mrs. Boles- laus Roxplochowskl, Prof, and Mrs. Edward Hubex, Mr. and Mrs, Theodore rtaflns'ki, Mr. and Mrs. Theodoro Itep- czynskl, Mrs. Ladlelaus Korpal, Mr. and Mrs. Ladlslaus R&fiinski. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kruszewski, Mr. and. Mrs. G. W. J, Kalczynskl, Mr. and airs. Adelbert Bledzikowski. tMr. and Mrs. John Smogor, Mr. and (Mrs. Stanislaus Radlickl, Mrs. Pauline Luzna, Mrs. Emilia Beczkiewicz and Mrs. Francis Straus; Mlsse3 Pearl Smogor, Nellie Lukasbewska, Victoria Kowalska, Bar bara Niezgodzka, Stephanie Reich, Mamie Majewska, Helen Luzna, El eonor Chelmlnlak and Hedwlge Luzna; Messrs. Joseph Werwlnski, Ladislaus Kolupa, Aloisrious Hosinskl and Stephen Guzlc3t Mrs. JoFeph Komasinska, 601 Blaino av., entertained Wednesday afternoon a few of her lady friends and their children, the occasion being her daughter's first birthday anniversary. Games and musio were the features of the afternoon. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. The guests were .Mrs, Iledwige IIo pinska and sons, Edward and Mlec zyslaus, Mrs. George Knlczynska and son Ervin. iMrs. Lottie Hazinska, !Miss Mamie Majewska and Misses Lucille and Sophia Latowski. PERSONALS. Joseph Werwinski, 117 S. Laurel st.. is In Chicago on business. Edmund Borkowski arrived here from Fort Wayne for a visit with rel atives and friends. He is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Swirskl, 1119 W. Colfax av. Misses Irene Dembska and Angela Edgran of Michigan City are spend ing a few days "with the former's aunt, Mrs. John Elracht 713 S. Wil liam st Cezary Lewlnskl, salesman of the Ilazinskl Cigar Mfg. Co., has returned from a few days' business visit In La port e, Stanislaus Wyranskl of Detroit who has been here for a few days visiting relatives and friends, left this afternoon for Chicago. Charles Marynowicz returned Wed nesday night to his home In South Chicago after a short visit with rela tives and friends fn this city. Mleczyslaus Stanislowlcz of Gary arrived hero today for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. Grino of Toledo, have oomo to South Bend to reside and have taken a residence at 6G8 Howard av. Joseph BurzcwskI arrived here from East Chicago on business. Valentine Antynowicz returned to day from Indiana Harbor where he spent several days visiting friends. John Mlchalowica left for an extend ed visit with friends in Chicago. Casimier Luzny. 1029 W. Napier st, returned Wednesday ewenins from a few days' visit with friends in Lemont and Chicago. Valentine Ivorpal, W. Division st, and George Niedbalskl, Linden sL, left this morning for New Carlisle on business. BIRTHS. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Plocka, 418 Pulaski st, a daughter, Aug. 11. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jaco j Gap ski, 410 Fisher st, a daughter, Aug. 11. DEATHS. Leo Mendlikowski, nine years and three months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mendlikowski, 152 0i W. Pearl st, died this morning at tho Epworth hospital after an operation for appen dicitis. He was born April 27, 1903. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made, but will be announced later. Burial will occur in St Jo seph's Polish cemetery. PENNY FATJt "WILL BE HELD TONIGHT. A penny fair wUl be held this even ing by the youngs ladies of the Holy Rosary society of the 6L Hedwlge's parish, at the school ground. teveral booths will be attractively decorated with electric lights and Japanese lan terns. The booths will include aprons, dolls, fancy work, home made candy and home made pastry. A fctrgs num ber of people are expected to attend the affair. RUGS CARPETS LINOLEUM and Peninsular Stoves and Ranges CREDIT TERMS THE MARKETS IN ION STOCK YARJ. I!L. Au. 1.".. IILHJS Kweipts, 1S.0"); nr.trktt .'Oi !! hifrher. Mixed rind but-bers. ..4V.jj.:j; i h; bulk, iS.K.'jrJ Z. CATTLU KeceipJs. 4..VM; market ! fit-ifer. J. 'kl ;'.." ; s k rs juhI rVodr. $'UKt ".: Jri-ans. $7.."VK1.4;; caivr .SllClvI Receipts. 12.; market. st-idy. Native and westtra. $C..Wj ti tn c in caoo cut. v i o pkn inc.. WHHAT- Sept-t SOGtOSe: I-c.. '.OK' 70V' : May, 710 71" OATS epU Dec. ICUr; Mav, No pork. LAllD-cpt. Get.. Jan.. $20.15. IUDS-Oct, ?i2.;o. rrTTSBTJKGII, Aug. 1.1-CATTLI- Supply llgat; market stmdy. Cb.w. GiS.73; tidy butchers. $.2T.aS.:-); fair. s7-i4i'7.7&; common. V(y;7.0'j; common to gool fat bulls. sa-.'W'jT.i" ; cmn-ou to good fat cows, $.'.CVi7.:i- ; lri-sh cows :ui I springers. $4O.U0iiSU.6O; veal calves. $il..Nj (&12.0O: heavy and thtn ottlve. $.t'i tjllEm AM) LAMIAS Supply, fair; market steady. Prima wethers. Silto; CW; pxHi mlxeil, $;..7.6.(X); f.Ur niixo.l. ".O'Ko.r.O; culls and co'iujn, :I0)i.",..; lambs $o.r-tyas.7o. IICXjtS IU"ceiit, 40 double dckp; m:ir tet slow. Prime heavy hogs. $:av(9 mediums, $T.r 9.fJ); hecvy Yorkers. $H..V. (i"!.l-0: Hrht Yorkers, $'j-V.iW; I'itrs. fu.oO'&o.oo ; roughs, fvw-"; si;i-s, $7.00;7.'JG ; heavy mixed, &.40ij9-o. K.U5T BUPDALO. Aug. 13. CTTLT: Ueceipts, V0 bead; market light and easier. Prime Met-ra. .GOSIOlOu; tur'h er grade, Srt.roro. CALVDS Kwints. native tuixi etteudy. Cull Co choice, S;.Ooi'-r SHEEP AND LAMISU-Rerelpu. 1.0 head; rauTket active; lambs lower Cholre lamls, iFO.OOvi). : mil to f.nlr $ft.5088.7S; yearJings, 6.CiO(37..V); sh,vp 1Kh;s Itecelpts, 7.KV: mnrsret Plow, vo(&:;;Oo lower. YT.rgrrs. ?XM; pit:?. $: iW mixed, 5.wli.n0; henvv. .y ' :jv;t -m.o rmcAcio ritonrcB. 1II(U, Aug. 13.-JJtater nnd r- vere firm. Iotats falrlr sr-tive uiTrrr.R iuipts. :iv,o. -ar L'7c: 2.-2Ce; 1. " ' " KCiiS Re-elpts. 1 i.T2 cssf-s v-.ff 20u.c; lS18c; alc; 2ii-; i, IGMje. hivi; VoTTTrny-io: ni4i.; p- le; llffiun; 91lOr-; 0.1 4e. CHICAGO CHAIN' CLo;f vniiK-Sopt.. Si2.2.: .T.nn $i -,o IliS-iSept.. PJ.rl2.C7: fVt Jan.. 511.0.". . - ' l" SOTJTII Ui:I) MARKETS. FLOUR AND FEED. (Oorrecttd Dally Dy Knoblock & Glut. Hydraulic Ato.) rrStr nd F,ont-Buyinc wheat it $0e; oats nt 4V; retailincr at : rr TO--ccrn, buying at Jv-; selling at P-V. " HAT, 8TIU W AM) rEEn. (tMrrected Dally by the vTtl?y .Miller Flour Feed 4?0 d. Michigan S., m9: nff 12 to $t4; seinriff riH to 18L atmw, paylny 6 to $7; selling ton. Old corn, paying .so? per bu.: Felling at s.v to tK)c per bu. Oals, paying 40.; bu.; cell ing at per bn. Clover soed, paving $S to 9 per bu.; selling $10. POLXTBY AND MEATS. (Corrected Dany ty tte Ferndell Market. 125 N. Mln St) rooltrj Chickens, paying 12Vic to 15c, celling at COc, Springs Paying 20 to 22c live, selling 30c -MttrIUun: reTl' 20c to .Xc; round tk, 20e to 2Zc: sirloin steak, 80c; porter House. 35c to 40c; beef roast. 20c to 25c: kUinr bef, 10c to yjjc; iard. IO-j; smoked bam. 0c to Sjc. PROVISIONS. (Corrected Dally dj r. v7. Muellr. 218 E. Jefferon Blvd.) Fruit Oranges, per case. selling at 40c to GOo per dox. Lemons, case. ?; aelllus: at ic per doz. Itananas, buy ir j 8c lb.: gelling 5c to 2Gc doz. f eiAbles .ew cabbage, paying 2Hc onnrf alll r. ng $1.25 to 11.50 bu.. selling iTk- to uv ing .$1.00, selling 25;- to ." per M k. Bnttrr and F.ggn Country butrer. pay ing, 20c to $rj.V; scHing Creamery COc; selling ?.V. Kegs, strictly fresh, pay-1-ng 22c to 2?; selling,' 2S. SEEDS. (Corrected Dally by Warner Droa. Seed ; Co.. 114 E. Wayne St.) ! Seeds Timothy Paying $2.75 to $3 per bushel, selling at $3.25. Iled clover selling i $3.50. A If. 1 1f a, paying $S to $s.50, pell- 1 ing at 0. Aifllke duver. p.iving frorj $10 to $12. selling at $12. Cow peas, pjy- ! ing from $2.50 to $3.U(, selling $3.00. ! TALLOW AND HIDES (Corrected Daily by 8. W. Llppmao, 21" .N. ! ifadn St) ! Tallow Rough. 2c to 2o ; rendrel No 1. 4Ho to oVc: No. 2. 3Hc to ic. Hide No. 1 green bides. 11c to 12c; j cured, onlf skin, 15Hc to 17c; wool. 17c to 22c. LITE STOCK. (Correctexl Daily by Major lircs., S. Logan e5treet.) Heavy fat steers, live rut. C1'0 to dressed lie to 13r. Hogs, lft) to 200 lbv, $7.25 to ?S.OO. Sprln? larnl.s, Oc to 7c, dressed 14c 10c. " ' m - - - - - - - - - - 1 Mips Irene Branstrator will enter tain a party of girls of the South 1 Bend watch factory at Hudson lake ; on Saturday. j The latest arMition to the rCamm & Schel lingcr products. P rJ) Li i M N A A JLD t 1 si 17 v Brewed and bottled by the Kamm and Schelllnger Brewing Company.