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WKDXKSDAY, JAN'FARY fi, 19 15.
15 mm the 11 ew ear 4?- fS sL sr THE SOUTH-BEND NEWS-TIMES N Y by the U suing Through these columns the house wife not only secures her domestic help, seamstress, laundress, nurse and cook, but she trades her old piano for a nearly new dining room set, her old sealskin coat for a costly sideboard, and "hubby's" old overcoat for a load of kindling wood. In the course of time she finds a better place to live at a lower rent, finds a cost buyer for that suburban lot, discovers a better music teacher for the children and rents an extra room in the house to pay the wages of the household help. Mateo ' V ' c- i T 'i 'C ' , rf. j. - NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS ' jc IHRTRS. Uorn to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ho fralskl, 730 S. Union St., a daughter. Jan. 3. Frank Wisniewski. employe of the Smotfor Lumber Co., who was recent ly badly scalded about the face while boiling glue. Is now somewhat Im proved. Dr. Nicholas llorisowicz is attending him. Joseph Mroczkiewkz and Stanley KJoxinskl were Tuesday at the tuber culosis camp to visit Frank Mrocz kievviez, the former's brother, who has be ,Iously ill. ili condition, is now reported to be much improved. IM'HSON'ALS. Edward I,itewskl relumed to In diana Ibirbor, after a short visit here. Paul Chrypecki arrived hero Tues day from Three Rivers to spend a few days with friends. Miss Antoinette Denirkn. W. Col fax av.. left Tuesday afternoon for Chicago to spend the week end with relatives and friends. Stanley Bower returned this morn ing to Milwaukee after a brief visit lie re. Mrs. Henry Sympkowska of Detroit arrived here for a visit with friends. She Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewczyk, W. Indiana av. Mrs. Fdward Huber. Ilex st., who is seriously ill. was removed this morn ing to St. Joseph's hospital. Casimhr lvodyga and Leo and Matthew Hazinski. students of St. Cyril Polish seminary in Orchard. Mich., who were here to spend the acliimg We publish this announcement o that vou will know vou consult a Specialist who sees and treats his patients scientifically. A thorough investigation should bo made by every ailing man as to tho specialist he consults. Duty and des tiny to self and those who depend up on you demand the best medical at tention. We have always charged a very reasonable fee, so that our serv ic 3 may bo obvxiincd by any man who sincerely desires to be cured. We make no misleading statements, alse promises or unbusinesslike propositions. You Can Pay Us as You Are Able. rpi n FLEEWER key U) 1PA The Le t2fyl Prof. Ehrlich's Famous Cure 0 14 OUO For Blood Disorders 1 SYMPTOMS BEGIN TO VANISH IN TWO DAYS When Prof. Khrlich announced to the medical world the discovery of the now famous "COG" the remarkable results accomplished by its ise nere at first not believed. However, the continued wonderful success of this specific remedy soon caused leading ckintists throughout the world to regard it as tho most remarkable discovery of the ae. We are also prepared to give the famous new discovery "lUt." If you have sores, ulcers, pimples, copper colored spots, body rash, or any of the symptoms of Blood Disorders, don't suffer a day longer. In two or ten days' time signs of the .disorder disappear as if by ina'.c. The results are marvelous. Don't continue taking medicinu into the stomach for months and months and "hope" for a cure. Come to us today now let us give you tho genuine "606" or "914" imported direct lrom Prof. Khrlich's laboratories. Personal Responsibility It is not only of the greatest importance that a specialist thoroughly under stand the disease he treats and knows by experience and a close observation, what to do from the very start to bring about a speedy and safe result in the shortest time without experimenting with first one thing and then another, but that he is professionally, llnancially and morally responsible to every patient placed under his treatment and for every agreement and contract he makes as well. Ask bankers, or business men regarding pur standing. WARNING Electrical Treatment, Klectric Holts, Suspensory, Rand ages, Medicines, locally or internally, will never cure any man of Piles. Rupture and Fistula, and when a doctor tells you he can cure ys i by such method?, he is only after your money. We also cure Rupture, Rheumat'sm. Piles. Fistula. Kidney ar.d Blad der Troubles. Hlood Poison anil all other Men's Diseases, quickly, perma nently and without pain or loss or time. Kxamination FHI-tT. Regin treatment now today. All letters promptly answered. BBOSi FOR MEN ONLY. 0er Peck's Shoe Store, OlTIoe Hour 'J a. in. to 8 p. in. 1c d a a m holidays with their parents, will re turn Thursday morning to resume their studies at the college. Mrn. Katherino Htidnlk of East Chi cago arrived here for the funeral of John Kubiak, which was held this morning. She is at present the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hudnik, si 4 S. Chapin st. Charles Maciejewski, who has been here on business for a few day, left this afternoon for Grand Rapids. Frank Fwalt returned to Kast Chi cago after a brief visit here with friends. Louis Graszkowski of Michigan City is in the city on business, also for a visit with friends. Miss Mary Lipkowicz of Detroit left this morning for Peru, 111., after a few das visit here with friends. '"Walter Slomin.;ki returned to Chi cago following a brief visit here. Andrew Wroblewski arrived here from Indianapolis on business. Joseph Muehler of Toledo is in the city on business. Miss Agnes Krzyzosik of Toledo, O., has arrived here to spend a few days with Miss Anastasia Roberts, 142$ S. Chapin st. John Mroez and family, 4 05 W. Col fax av., have gone to Detroit to re side. Robert Patesciak . and his sister, Emilia, of Chicago, lu.ve arrived here to spend a few days with their sister, Mrs. John Dworzanek, 90G Monroe St., who is seriously ill. Jacob Rajkiewicz, who has been here on business, leA't Tuesday for Gary. SOCIAL I A KXTS. The reception committee of Ladies' Falcons of Balicki No. its meeting Tuesday evening home of Mrs. Stanley Drejer, Polish 1 held at the 201 S. .-4 flu Specie isfe 4 ecialists SOUTH BEND, IND. 109 ; Y. Vavhin ton Av. Sundays D a. in. to t- noon oil. Wed. mm B1 Co. for the first: day' ic word f Chapin st. Plans were discussed for a' banquet to be piven Wednesday, Jan. 20, at Z. R. hall. Following the business session a social hour and refreshments were enjoyed. The committee in charge included Mrs. Stanley Hon, Mrs. Stanley Dre jer, Mrs. Louis Kolski, Mrs. Adelbert Sledzikowski, Mrs. Stanley Klosinski and Mrs. Frank Nowinski. The exercises of the senior and junior exorcising class of Polish Fal cons Z. Ralickl No. 1, will be held Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at Z. B. hall. The singing rehearsal of St. Hed wige's choir will bo held Friday even ing at the old St. Hedwige school building. The military band of Falcons Z. Ralicki No. 1 will hold its rehearsal Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Z. R. hall. ruxrcitArrS. The funeral of John Kubiak, 41 years old, 817 W. Sample St., who died Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock after an illness of a few weeks, was held this morning at 8:30 o'clock at St. Hedwigo's Catholic church. Rev. Paul Raczaszek, assistant pastor of the parish, officiated. Burial was in St. Joseph's Polish cemetery'. POLISH CITIZENS RAISE $1,200 FOR WAR RELIEF Over U.-00 for the relief of their suiTering countrymen during the pres ent hostilities have been raised by local Polish people. Announcement to this effect was made Wednesday by Stanley Chelminlak, chairman of tho Polish Relief society which is con ducting the work. Mr. Chelminiak said that nearly every cent of the money had been given by private donors and thus far none had been raised hy entertain ments. One prominent Polish citi zen gave a check for $300. Tho money is sent to Chicago, whence it is sent to Poland. Relief money will be raised and sent to Poland as long as the war con tinues, said Mr. Chelminiak. The country in many laces, it is said, is as destitute as Be) um and thousands are on the verge t starvation. On Savings Wo solicit your savings accounts, larjre or small which v.ill draw .V,r Interest -omioimd?(l quarterly. All tleisits made on or before Jan. 11th, will draw interest from Jan. 1st, and any amount can le withdrawn at any time without notltv. We loan all our funds on first inortijaee real estate. Oikmi from S A. 31. to . 1 M. and 7 to 8 evenings. INDIANA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Cor. Main & Center Streets. e Can Save You One-Half on Your Dental Bill. Come in and talk it over with us. Examination Free. No charge for extracting when ordering new teeth. Painless Extracting 50c White Dental Parlors 111 "Wewt Wfushinston Avo. Over Herr8 Book Store. Lady Attendant. Open Tuea., Thurs. and Sat. Nights IJcll Phono Main 429. 43 YEARS OLD. 4 On Savings Deposits 4 5 w South Bend National Bank CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS EAUVED 110,000 IHRKCTOrLS Lucius Hubbard Havea Hubbard Myron Campbell v Marvin Campbell Robt. S. Campbell Fred H. Badel Arthur L. Hubbard. Prompt, courteous treatment to all, from all, always. 43 YEARS OLD i WANT RIDS ON 3LVIL llOUTK. The postotflce department is now asking for contracts on the carrying of mail between South Rend and Notre Dame. Proposals must be in by the ISth of this month. The service begins on July 1. The route is at present being handled by Inwood & Son, who make three deliveries daily during week days and one delivery on Sunday. MAiuiiAci: i.icj:si:s. John Haines, waiter: Leota E. A. iRedinbo, 16, clerk. iiexkwaij or lici:nsi:. Not lee is hereby given to the eitizeus of South liend. Portage Township, St. Jo seph County, Imliaua, that the tmder xigued will apply to the board of eoni missioners of said county at its Febru ary term, l'air. fur a renewal of his lieenxe to sell intoxb-nting, vinous, malt find spirituous liquors In less quantities than live galluns at a time uith tie privilege of allowing same to be drank on the premies. .My place wherein said liquors are to drauk is located In the front ground floor of a three-story of business be sold and room on the brick bulld- ing known as No. street, South Itend, 1JU South Michigan Indiana, which room is k jeet iouif east aim west, j. n-vi . inches wide at the front for a depth of 17 feet, and 1(J feet wide the remainder of the length of said room, with entrance at rhe front from Michigan street, and en t ranee from the and u door to the north .side thereof. Jan. C, VJlo. east or reir t hereof lunch room on the JOHN IE WILDE. LIQIOIC LICENSE UENEUAL. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of the .Sixth ward and of the City of South Head. Torture Town shin. St. Josenh County, Indiana, that the undersigned will apply to the board of commission ers of said county at their February term, for a renewal of his license to sell intoxicating, vinous, malt and spirit uous liquors in lesi quantities than five gallon at a time, with the privilege of allowing the same to bo drank on the premises, together with the serving of lunch, sale of tobaeeu, cigars and um-lntoxk-ating liquors. .My place of busi liess wherein said .liquors are to be Sild and drank, i.s located in the front room on the ground lloor of a one-story frame building known as No: 7oT South Webster street. The dimensions of snld room are 20 feet running north and south and L'O feet esist and wet, with entrance from said South Webster street, on the cast to a yard in the rear, and to a grocery on the north side. Jan. o Vdlo. STANISLAW KIU'ZHL. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of the Fifth ward, and of tho City of ;3uth Bend. Portage Township, St. Jo seph County, Indiana, that the under signed will apply to the board of county commissioners at their February term, l'Jlo, for a renewal of our lic ense' to sell Intoxicating, vinous, malt and spirituous liquors in less quantities than live gal lons at n time, with the privilege of al lowing the same to be drank on the premises where sold. Our place of busi ness wherein said liquors are to be sold and drank, is located in the front room on the ground lloor of the three-story brick buildiug, known as No. 'J07 South Main street. The dimensions of said room are ) feet east and west and -r.! feet north of a jog up by a the front r.'id south, with the exception in the southeast corner taken stairway, with entrances from on Main street, and from the rear. josnrii r. c.oirrz C. L BT'C'IIFJt. Comprising the ilrm of J. 1. tioetz & Jan. 0, 101.". Co. Notiee Is hereby given to the citizens of the ThJnl ward, und of the City of iuuth livml, 1'ortHge Township, St. Joseph County, Indiana, that the undersigned will apply to the board of county cmn Uilssioncr? ut their l-'ehruary tertn, Hl."t, for a renewal of ny licence to sell In toxicating, vinous, malt and spirituous liquoij iu less quantities than live gal lons at a time, with the privilege of al lowing the same to be draik on the premises where sold, also for the sale of cigars, tobaccos, non-inlol-iting bev erages and the serving of lunch. .My plate of business wherein said liquors are to be sold aud drauk, is located in the front room on the ground floor of the two-story brick building, situated at No. b'21 South Lafayette street. The dimen sions of said room are Is feet north and south, aud 43 feet east and west with the exception of u jog In the northeast cor ner taken up by a stairway, with en trances from Uie front on South latayette street, from the ide on West Sample street, aud from a door in the rear. Jan. 0, VJlo. lUDOLHI LUNSTKOM. Notice Is hereby given to the citizen of the Sixth ward, and of the City ol South lieiid, 1'ortage Township, St. Jo seph (Vunty, Indiana, that the undersign ed will apply to the board of county com missioners at their February term, 11)1.'. for a renewal of my liquor lleeuse to sell Intoxicating, vinous, malt and spirituous liquors in less quantities than five rallons at a time, with the privilege of allowing the same to be drank on the nretnUes where sold, alo for the sale of cigars, ttluievos, non-Intoxicating bee rages and the serving of lunch. My place f busi ness Mherein sild Ilqiiors are to be sold and drank is located In the front rocm ou the ground llor of the one-story frame building. Mtuated at No. -U.'i Soij'h Harris street. The dimensions of said room are 1 feet north and south, and ,". feet east and west, with entmiK's from the front on Stiih Harris street, from the roar, and from living apartments on TOUCh side. Jan. tt. Mlo. Tlli:olMIli;i. VAN TOKNlIolT. Notice Is hereby given to the iltizeu .f the Sixth ward, ar.d of the Mty of South Bend, Portage Township, St. Joseph (Vninty. Indiana, that the underpinned apply to the bnrd f county -'tn-mUsioners at their February terra. J'.d."., for a reiiewal of my ll-e:ive t. s-oll intoxl catintr. vinou. inalt and splrituoii- li'iuors in !es junntltles than live gal lon at n time, with the prlvlljre )f al lowing the t.a me t' W drat'.k on the joremipes when 'odd. also f(-r the sale of (lnars. tcba.-ct.s, non-intvloating bev erages and the M-rvi.ig of lunch. My pl.o-e of business wherein id Honor lire to i oid and drank is l.,,-jitsl in th front room on the ground tloor of the two-story frame building, situated and known f) No. s'7 West Division street. Snith Bend. Ir.d. The dimensions of said room are 17 feet enst and wc-t. and "'2 fert north and ouih. with entrances from toe front en West DivN'on street, and the rear. Jan. 0. PaLV STEVE HEP.CZKlJ. NOTICE OF ADMIMSTKATIOX. Notice is hereby given, that the under signed has been uppoinbMl by the elerk of the Circuit Court of S Joseph Couuty, State of Indiana, executor of the estate of Barbara (Jppelt, late of St. Joseph Coun ty, dexvased. Said estate is suppose i to be solvent. JOHN (iitOH, Kxeeutor. Dee. .",, pl4. JOHN Y. SCHINDLKIt, Atty. for Estate. jsOTici: or AimiMNTitATinx. 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, administrator it the state of Lodii Washburn, late of St. Jo tieph County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. RAN I EL AUSTIN, Adm. Dee. -J. WU. 1. K. PAKKS, Atty. for Estate. NOTlC'i: OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby given, that the under pinned has btn apjtolntel by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of St. Joseph County, State of Indiana, administratrix of the es tate of William K. lavi. late of St. Jo Mph County, deceased. Said estate is supposed' to he solvent. NO It A DAVIS, Administratrix. Doc. TJ14. 1 J US IXESS O ll01 tlX'N ITI15. t U I'E U I N TKND I N TS AND FACTO KY FOKF.MFN WANTF.D. Ye want to get in touch with influential factory superintendents aud foremen of South Bend and Mishawaka. Suc h men can easily make $2-" per week for one hour's work evenings, for the next few weeks. Our proposition is entirely different from anything you ever heard of; strictly logitimate and one in wliih we have al ready interested cver L'.X) of the best people in our state. Absolutely no canvassing or soliciting required. Five Indianapolis banks as references. Don't dday. We will interest yon if you will take the trouble to phone or call on W. 11. Donison, between 7 and U p. ni. Tuesday or Wednesday of this week at Kobertson htel. LOST AND lOUXI). LOST Eastern Star pin. near Montgom ery's on Michigan. Ke.vurd. Call Miss Pond. Hell 41, Home ltfJS. LOST Ked Irish setter dog, 1 year old. Answers to name of Ilk. Notify Frank Kagel. Home fjTtf. liesldence Home KIilJ. LOST Before Chiistrufs, lady's gold watch, name inside of case. Iteward. Home phone 4H01. IlILr WANTED 3LLE. LOCAL KCFKHSHNTATIVi: WANTF.D. No canvassing or soliciting required, flood income assured. Address National Co-operative Kealty Co.. V-S41 Maiden Huilding, Washington, 1). C. WANTED Canvassers, men or women. Fast selling article. Apply KCS W. Oak st. at "J p. in. WANTFD oung man to Ic.im barber trade, IXT, Vistula av. KAILWAY MAIL CLLItKS WANTFD. ?lTo.OO month. Full unnecessary. South Bond examinations coming. Sample ques tions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. DsA, llochcster, N. V. WANTFD Young men, neat appearance, to represent us iu this and surrounding town. Come well re-ommended. Ask for Mr. Berlin, Oliver hotel, between 0 a"jd this evening. WANTED - Hallway mail and pctil clerks; examinations foon; over two ttousand appointments yearly; prepare at home. Write fur Plan No. ',3, of payment alter appointment. Philadelphia Business C.)llege, Civil Service Dctt., l'hiladelphla, Pi. 1 1 HLr WANTED I'OLUJC. WuVNTFD-Saltladb-s. Apply at omr to second HHr, 'J1U S. Michigan st. Econ omy deiKirtment. WANTED Girl for doctor's office, one speaking foreign languages preferred. Call ail E. Wayne St., 5 to 0 p. m. "ANT'Eil Competent girl for housew ork. No washing. Inquire lul.'l E. Se-oud t-, Mrs. r. C. Grimes, Mishawaka. WANTED Girl for doct( r's office. Call 111 E. Wayne st, 5 to p. m. SITUATION" WANTED MALE. WANTED Position collecting by man exieriencel; would consider solieit In? proposition with job printer or other eom-ern; wide a-quulntdne northern In dium. "Q" Box Z, New-Times. WANTED Position on farm by the year or shares by sober, married man. Can give references. Ilox S 2S, care News Time. ccmnetent bookkeeper will do accounting. Trial balance. Financial statements prepared. Keep small ets reasonable. Uefereini-s. Adlrcss box S '."J News-Times. orncE HELP. IF YOU want to secure a better p-ltlon during l'J!.". Uegister Free. This in cludes stenographers, bookkeeper, general otlice ieople. Tliomas Sclicol of Stenog raph v and Typewriting (limp. Dejt.. Litnsed limp. Agency, American Trust bldg. Bl'SINFsS MEN all Bell L-Oo, Hume 'J-J10 for bct office assistant. Free service. SOLVE THE CHUISTMAfi GIFT PUGB LEM with a senolarshlp for son, daugh ter or yourself in the KELLEY BUSINESS t'C!HOL. It will keep growing in value as time gees on. EXTUA SPECIAL BATES made the next few weeks. Day an J night school. New classes forming every Monday till January. Call or write for free catalogue. No rates giTen by phone. Kcllcy Business School, 120 East Wayne St. Bell Home J4sl. FIJISONAL. SCUEEN POOUS and mnions bouId be ordred bv)'. We make all kinds and those that last and fit. U rewire and repair old screens and tll screen wire. Millar Cabinet and Machine Shup. 618 Portage av. Home phone 032. WANTED Everybody suffering with piles, f.stula. flssares. ul ration. consti pation, biecillng. Itching, write for fre trial. Positive Painless p.Ie Cure. S. U. T-Jtii')'. Auburn, Ind. rrsoxAi;. Kodaks and supplies. We do flee de veloping and printiug at moderate prices. South Uend Camera Co., with J. Uurke and Co., Opticians. 2.10 S. Mlchigau t. -SALS AD" Is more than 13 In 1 to the honsewlfe In washing and cleatdajr. Phone Bell today for IT. WAN TIZ 1) MI SCI XIA N I X) I S. WANTED Horses to board. Co-iuUIard 1'orra, t?outh Uend av., K. II. T. ALL parties la want of furnlturv. stovt.s. washing machines or ;tny et-hange r trade for the whole stock. Meet M Fri day from '2 to 4 p. m. corner of Lindscy tuid Harrison si v. livery budy eoiiif. .1. A. Ilartman. YlL'N(t c-ouple wants desirable Hnht housekeptng rooias or furnishel b-ue near Studebaker factory. No children. Address S. J., care News-Tims. WANTFD TO UK NT A farm for March 1st, also buy cow, fat h and some pigs. Call Home phone 4vl7. FO J I ryAIiK 3 IISC 1 J A j A N E( ) I ' S. FOli JWVIJ Job priming ire-s and out fit. Inquire or write Cecil Hamilton, 0i S. MlcJjigan. FOU SALF Mx-ft. plate glas floor show case, good ccmdltion. bargain If taken at once. International Bemedy Co. Home lis.'?. FOU SALF uVt sacrifice, if takn at once, grocery stock, flxture-. everything new, gvod lo"ttlea. Home ll'lO FOR SALE Badlaiit Home, (iaod cmdltion. Cheap. -oal stove. Bell phone FOU '-SALE Wood and roal range with warming cls.t and reservoir. Home phone lsll. Cheap. FOB SALE Five horse car, Call way gas oline engine; price $70. Call S. Chapin. Home phone TkVjT. FOIL SALE tiood bets h and maple wood j from the farrp. Call Bell j,"73. i FOU SALE Tliree first class Urlsiein bulls and calves. Call Bell P-"73, Home 5i:o4. FOU SALE Team of chestnut geldings. ; and years old; weight. 2.',0. Top wagon and harness. i)os N. Olive st. Hoiue phone 7 7-d. FOU HALE Three-ch.air barber shop cheap. Obi established nusiness. James llennessy, Keller Bldg., Mlshavaka. ODDS AM) EN"D3 IN TilR NKVVH TIMES I'UEMIUM DEl'AUTilENT WILL BE SOLI) CHEAP TO CLEAN LT THEY CONSIST OF MANTEL AND WALL CLOCKS, VACUUM CLEANERS, GAS AND ELECTUIC LAMPS. LAMP SHADES. D I CT I O N Alt 1 ES, ATTACHMENTS FOR BABY CHAIRS. CALL AT CIUC..LATION DEPAUT MENT FOU THESE BA1UJAINS. FOU SALE I"oi a rnort time only, we will give lil.UO wortn of cuttings with our Sunny South coal, fl.CQ per ton. We also handle Scranton hard coal, that coal that makes friends. No. ,'i Vein Pocahon tas, Jacksjnhill Ilex, Spilt, Hocking Val ley, Slab and body wood. Order now. G. C. Uartman, Old Singer Plant. Bell 70. H me t03L EOn SALE HORSES, CARRIAGES. FOU SALk Gecd draft hors?s. Can be seen at i;; .. Olive st. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. FOU KENT Large attractively furui-h-eil rooms, singly tr as two-ro.m suite, in modern hme nar ldg1 sclio )1. Men is if desired. Call 1 -of ore U) a. m. or aft r o p. m. llo' Franklin pi. FOU KENT Furnished rims at -i.""5 Main s. CVriiOr Monroe. FOU UENT -Two large furnished rooms f.r light housekeeping. L'iW l'aris .t. Bell phone o.Vd. FOU UENT -Suite 3 strictly modern rooms furnished for light housekeeping, ground fl'"r, private entrance. Home MUU. 1 11 W. Marlon. FOU UENT -Strictly modem furui:i-l sleeping rooms, tit rally Io-t.ted. Fur nace heat and plenty of It. ?x N. Lifayette. FOU UENT Nicely fumbhed rooms In strictly moilera house. 41"j S. Main st. FOU UENT Light housekeeping, ni.s-.j sleeping rooms. iJJ Vistula and -1-0 S. St. Joe. FOU UENT Suite of furnished roui.-is for light housekeeping on tirst Cor. Fur nace heat aud pi-nty of it, hot aud cold water, telephone, all modern conveuieucta. 41" S. Lafayette. FOU UENT Four rooms with water in side. 721 W. Wayne bt. Bell phone 7J. Kent $10 00. FOU UENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Modern. 017 S. St. J e. THE Y. M. C. A. U tte place to get str!Hly niodfii- room it reatouabla rates. Rhowen cn each floor. l'rice $1."0 to $u.oa FOR Ri:NT I'LAT. FOU KENT Siv-room airtiucnt and small sconl-tioor fiat, modern -;t h'-at. Small families adults. i;i Lafavette. Home 1773. ROUSUS FOR Ill-NT. FOB UENT New peren-room !:ou-. lith st.. near Sprln: . Mi-'hawaka. (in. D. ItPToth. EV-i:-S N. Main st. .Teh;. hone t,"',J. FOU UENT Slx-rooia hoie in north cud. modem e-'pt furr.u'e. Inquire ;rj." Jefferson Help. FOU BENT 7-rooci bouv, rrI't!y tn k1 ern, ." ldo ks from business renter. (!! tcsblencv htreet. Jvod repair. Inquire 4 1' S. Main st. FOB UENT--Hon-. N. Mioh'sau st. Inquire 4s N. Michigan !. FOU UENT odern hutis ne;. r Michigan ! av walking distance, $!VK. Furi.a. e keeps hou?e w arm on little fuel. Bell phone -H57. BUSINESS DIRECTORY; ZJLINM lAi AND STOlLWii;. JFUUY MtiOUi; JeLcraI T-ausfer &d r.oriSe: r': U'" JciI LlvJ- phou oJ, hi.-, I -Jin. liKI'AlKING. lmbi:i;ll.s, locks. !.it uvua, I--' L Colfax. U. Aria- LOCJis.UUl!s. D. AUMSTUONG. 122 F. Cuifax. KL'UUl-:iC MAM TS AM) MLN('1L D. AUMs,Tliu.G. l.'J F. Coif ix. DB. riLVVEN.s Um it J.Js own home la Osceola, Ind, where he will give readings daily and cure the U k without me.iicine. At hoiue at all bourv Le.ebrated $o reading, il. All luterurbsu cars top in fiunt of his door. TL por you have always with you. You not a. ways haw Dr. Cravens with you. Hour 10 a. m. to li p. m. uthor Lonri by p pointnicat. Bell phono lltula kfc withtut medicine. MOTOItCVCLt?. FRANK ANDFUSDN SON, a?oat for Excelsior Motorcycles. New nd Becond hand motorcycles ulwuya lu b'.ock. iuj W. Samjile :. I'LVACLIIX At the Indiana legal rate of V ' per month and $.':.'0 charts, o.t Iloiiscludd Goods. IMano, Lli Stock, Aotoniohihs, etc. Long or short time. Call, write or phone for particulars. Bll 174C. Homo r117. STATE LOAN CO., Inc. Suite :, Men 'hunts Hank llldg. 231 S. MH'IIKJAN ST. South HcikI, Inil. LvJLVJLtaU IIoiuo Phone 0uj on Furniture. tTF(7 Pianos. Live U KJ E.', I. O. O. F. Bid. Implements 0 S fcD SECUUITY LOAN" COMPANY. Cor. Main and Wash.ington Sts. 1XJR REM ROL'SES. FOU UENT i-r:;i hun-, modem o- ct liii a-e. S!J Lasalie. J ii i ti I r lVlo LInd.y. llAMINI.s. KIIALTV CO., Hastings Building, N. Mii hlga'i. Opca Ei'uiiigs. Bell mi Ph'.ojcs : II Mil" fd-SJ FOU KENT. 7 rooms, V.. "alvert st 4 rooics. Jciiwom1 a o ro.jiii-, Uiver Park ,S rooli.s, yiU higlill ; b rooms, !i.iui"nd av $ .'' T.'ti pi if) i;. i 1 OU SALE. New h-cn-ro.m hoi;. hi Ulver Park, small juyuicnt dowu, bul.iiic; cy paj mcnts. FOU UENT W-ry dcdiatdc h-ui.- ui Miclilgan t.; .n-dl;er Li:i-,,lu hig!i ;.y; bui-gai-w in .--"Utl.c.ivt j...it of t3 cltj ; aho cLciijK-r hoii.s-. Will J OMU KFLLEU, JtC'ixli Bhd. FOU UENT M;.e ro ,m jn..(;, rn Icuse at :a. N. Lata tte st., m il cut-i of ity. j-r m nth. Ut fi t.cc. rc-'iuircd. lioine ic-ne r-JJ. Aici:s Co'juiiarU, i-4 N. Main st. 1()R RICNTFACTORV lll'ILIUXti. FOl: BENT -1'ACloBY F.ITLDING, thrca btorii-s .ind bj.scuicL.:, 114-1 l'J W. Divi sion st. Al'o 1 ;!-: tIxild ft., curler Wayne and Carruil. J. B. Wbe- Foil KENT--A He. March 1M. stole r m,:::, ceutra'dv ! a!-d. Hoiue ph-iie .n"7. Call lh, S. Hill st. ron hi:m oi i ici; rooms. FOU UENT Office rooms, either Ingla cr nuite; building i ceatrallr located; elevator eerviie and ttLer modern cuii veiiieafes. Are your cth'cs .ru4rly kept UpV Jauitor hrire included in rrntul; cffivP and everything Is ket in first luM condition. Apply Dr. E. Deaa, Dca Bldg. l'AKM LANDS. FOB KENT-- Ear.n. Bell ! h lie '.AC,'. ii'h ii'V. Call FCU SALE --Mt-.o-re i'ara.1. g---l lc u i and l.arn, lar.- ofJ.;r.!. J ... -1 1 . -. 1 1 1 1 - land, Mi-h. Will .-. , ; t city property, other farm near Mi- a a k i. AJdn s l''!ix I 'et Ir'o5-. Oo-.'l.i, Did., U. U. . IP 11 ph;;;e 1-thr.e rp.g. kfal ir.xi:. .n:i; lot i:sror.T sale. We pay ;;g tit- 1; I r cent :i::.-.;-i-i f.,r selling our .- re L s near t: Port iige ae:u:.- ar li:o-. w daring Janu ary we have i,.. averts ar d I ivc tie. cbled to give any tiuyT w! o ; . ts as h' own ii;""it a di-c-un of P p-i cent " i any h.t he may m t. L t :n a!i pirts of "the city at the san.e term, .v" dow:i Mid a iihT.fh. F. M. JACKSON, "Title V.Me:.." 'or. Main :.::- O-.'rr ;s. Bell phoi.c. Ho;::.- ph.-:.e. t;. FOU SALE -On Walntit r.. t corrcr I t with two ho use and sniu'.l store ra 1 foi mu-t ! sold s -.n. k. J M.dler.ry. 1I S. Mala t. ILuie phou i7S... B-Il 1VJ. 1