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SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1922
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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Farmers' and Merchants9
Bank to Open Next Tuesday
New Financial Institution to Start Rusincss in Most Modern
Rank Building in State Invite Public Inspection
on Opening Day.
M!.1:.v.va!-:V r. ,-.ir.k'.r.:j
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Ii u ?!r. r. rt
; c - lay in
Ir.;r. and the very latest Ma.i In
construct! on of bank fcuildir.gs have
fnrjLf-n crrJbodlod in the new ctruc-
r.'r.v i tur.
Th oom;t!cri of th VjIMir.c:
and tho oprci!r. for tuslnfa ia tho
i. ir. wiuir.ii
uilil.n on Ir.rr.'.u Way "V., and all
hat tl.iy :h" rv '!.tjl!d!r. will h
$: for i !'.-'; t;fn : tli' ffenral
ni'tlu', aff-1 th' o!hrTs i tli bank
i.'ivt -xtn.I-l a rr'iial invit-ation to
;Vf-ryor. t; the v.fv buil lin.
"u.-.;ri'-i in fi! ? th nu. up-to-!.!tf
ibankii!? nut t. !y in
ho t-It j.- :S i : t in h j-t.Ttr-. Conim!-imsno.-H
ami vrer.xy wn.i aypar
r.tly t!i "watclr.vr.rd in tlif dr-;n-an
I rrnjtrnrtion of tlin ui'l-
foundem r? tho new institution
'.vh!ch was orpanized on July 12.
1321. tinder It.i prrt-nt ofT.cers. It
rccrivel it'? rharf r .from the state
SfOt. 21 rf tho F-am yar. and th
contract for tho lui-MIn,?r wis axar 1
r 1 late in th fall of that y-ar. Two
dliapidatM wood frame (huildlnsr?
w"-ro torn down to civo "way to the
crtion of tho 'bu;M!r.?. The cor.-Htru'-ti"n
onfrat wa.1 awarded th?
flriffc-th Construction Co. of Oak
Park. HU tho K. r. Vitzthum o
of Chlcacro wcro the dsininc: archl-tr-cts.
r.d Joseph C fhcitr of Chi
cago '.vafl the an:hIt"Kt who dcin
ed the interior of tho nank.
In addition to housintr the new
'hank tho structure add;i another
moJcrn ofT.ce u'.ldinff to tho city.
On the yccon 1 floor of th 'building
thro are 13 ruitai of olfic. On
the mezzanine lloor there aro two
5uit cf ofTW-s 'n the front of the
building r.d a large room in the
rar v.-hirh -.v ill .bo occupied by the
lhl DVta Kappa fraternity. In the
barr.nt there -will be quartern for
a barrier iCrp and a pool room, and
thero -w.l br two More room.- !n th
re.ir of the buiblinfr, ha.n? cn-trar.'-e
f rr tn th alley on tho cast
sidM of tho ibuildin?.
Tl;o nenv building 14 feet len?
ar.l ha. a frontage of 33 feet. The
exterior in of terra ootta with a
granite baf. The main entrance is
'bej.ween two fluted columns, each 25
feet h:?h and three fe t in diameter,
with e-'p'ially dftigrned caps on th
top of the pillars. Over the doorway
:a a large eagle. Tavo largo light
ing Ktindards aro in front of the
t t in i li.nv .!o. Answer
to mm '.f r.tl ' l: w ir.l. Upturn to
K. Jth St. Vhor.o 2.':i. "1-tl
M is ha waka Classified
Ixt nml l'ouiul
Automobiles Vor S.ilc.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Jluslnoss I'lari's For Kent. 75
GAKA'ilJ Kor ri-nt. l'ri ?4 pr month.
I'll II. Lawroiioe tit. l'aoue ilisa 1V.7.
IIousos "or Kent.
tain rtifTrt touring.
1913 Chevrolet touring.
r"hrroIpt I?aty ,ranl.
ForJ touring. IM'.) Ied tonrln.
The cir ar all In pood ronttloa.
IU:iSTLK ALTO SALES
l!iiiiak.i Garage Opea erentni.
Motniryolrs ami Hir.vclts. 12
l'MK K UN 1 l'art d modern, well fur
nish il hous; execllfiit trrraa to re--pohsible
I'arty oa car Iii)'. I'hno
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Ilonsos I-"cr Sal?
KOK SALL 0 ruuaiü, modern, new, fall
bascuieut, alley lot, full size, close to
l-iueoln Way and east vinl. l'rl"e -J700;
tuut cash, balance per mo.
Kerwin. ivor First Nation.il. 14tf
'.J'n.i; - I'.vr fU-. ;..ua -on.litioti.
Jur r..ti-;;t In .-t.V-r. Call at -.-'.', l'ui: SALK -u rooi:i. rartly modern.
N. Vdar -st. nf;. r p. in
Ilnslncss SrUt Offerr! IS
OH i(K)I JiM piintir-i,' and raper
harffins. hr cr.tnot or d.iy. Try A.
4 S lo'liana Av. l'bone Mlsh.
Liv)lN(l TO bull J. l?.irnpi; you eWt
tb? lof. we Im'.ld ttie too'C with tnill
:x!;t, g.is and wMtr; tine location.
rrio. i.-l'. Stark iN-tlty (. L'7-t't
sali: six rooms, nioth'.rii, three
M'M'!i fro:u c'a'ir. good garage,
$r7i. St'vca room, mo. lorn, on nave-lii'-nt.-
Larf lot. Mast Third St. New
tMMi'p. Stark Koalty (. 17-to
lti: SALI; $ln Casli. 1-Vur room
lioii-c and tif acre land. South ot
If ig"'s. I'.aliriro monthly. Here is
a bargain. ColpTert Koalty Corpora
tion. I'hnne Mishawaka 111. 'js-tt
iown rym.-nt; balance like rent. IVl roi; SALK Olt KlINT Five room bun-
Mlh CIl. S-e l'.arues. &X)7 l'lemn:
t . T.lTr Tark 27tt
i js 'I Iii: ti:r. ti r.M'.t yio.r wn-!.-n-
N4TroT,i f. r ;irlr'. d-Mv'ry. lN'i
n; rps givi-n on g r ige und remodel
It'g. Call M :.,;. lTir:, .r l,".t II. JRVr
galow; liiit. gas: and furnare. Inquire
;-.t rJJ M. .Marion St. Phono Mlsha-
w:k i 74.?. 27-tl
l'(i: su; Nearly m-w ö room mod'Tii
bungalow ill F.ut Fml. Only $l.mo
Soviii-i:r Jansen. l'hone Mish. l'-"72.
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1"K SALL .i down wi.l pive you pos
i m';m!i i'f a nw room -ottae. Sev-
W A N n: 1 --l e ,: r t t 1 t - I'r ordr 1-
r srr ui-r.V Mihiwaka ocen Mf. Lj,
IVA.NlLO ill or f.ght TOUiir woiiw,
1 to f.;r geurrtl ernoe work, yio-
lalntlng Papering: -I
lAlNl"Ll '7r ":V7- alTT-"1 llüy , Lli! ':P:L2llhJ tJ 1l!1L
I I.e d. 11 Ib. b.ts. . lb. lots.j 4 Ii m M -Partly modern houe for Pile,
$1"7." 1 t' ;i r. d ab l-s-;, prof.! south or PlmIj--s. J.av terms, (all
i...r .Malus.!::. Ö :t. -.' l'h-iei Mihawaka 11L .'olpaert Ialty
Michfiwi k i 1'.. t. I . ( o'w. propria
tur. 1;2 V. leartii St, Miaawaka.
Help Wanted IVinnlp. S3 j
w mTn -U' (:; t. wnsh d'.h-s
Wc'jM !tA r.!- wT.rt wouT n-t,r!; Tot j
T er !.us''uiis bo:.rd. 2't . From I
J-KtMiM h'vi and g.ir.igt attaeh-d.
!:!. id.ctri i:-!it3 a;id gas. ;
s r-'o:u tu.'dern fx-vpt Leat. j-too!.
St2"o; 7-:oo-;i modern ssuir' h.ue,
go,.. i parage, r.i: M.iia st.. $l.7oi): Ö
ro..:n houc. wirer. gi-. cleetri- light.
aJ sL-d. ?o..","i; rrms on all thse
b.o;n..-. very eay; vacant lot In d.Mr
f1 Ideation at reasonable prU-ts.
4;.irm!re A. Fisher, rooui s, Lngledrnni
t ! z. r.-; f
XFKKlKNrLl 'AslllUi: wai.ted at i FOK SA L1I-., ro,val house partly mod
r:i. i.ow vacant: move risht in; small
rijiii'ii; ilowa and balaiu-e like rent;
(1 r'o;i:s and bath, all modt-rn. g'l
1 ..M'ion, Jl.."; room? and '2 Jots ad
j i ::.g room bail.l two o'her house.
Pr:'' S.'t.poi; oth'T house- in all part
.f M'.shawaka. at priee that will suit
v. ! K.x. Mi -on L. l'etro. Office
1 1 one Mh. Koo-.u ;i7 ling'edrum
- - 1 1 hi.:. (;-.t.i! in ; :.".d--pendent ) . Wantod
j ho i-. s or M;:i:ies and also vacant lots,
nr.M'de f-r buii-Ltig. I will pay c.ia
f T a q ti' J.-a!. sv Mason L. Petro
t vail M;-h. 1-d t-r J17 lin.'-
.f-u:n !d !-. :'.: 1
I m rtnioiit. Strk.s. P.omU S9
.AM OINTKACIS AVo etf.-r for ssle a ,
Btaiv: ? f.. j.v:.vj 1ml r.tr.ct.
rai.gipg fror $:' to ji . bearing 7 !
;r.r.-:. . . p.iym -:; gu ir.a:vl by ;
r.i'pa-Tt It t v Corporation.;
ILMS Jdnrdn Wav West. 17:f
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ROOMS AND BOARD
llnz:iN Without Iburd
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We have n numb.-r f exceptionally
r.:--e T.i -a-.' Jo- ;u L.it Lnd of Mlsh i
waka. o-r.e , n l.ine.dn Highway and
'!.oT within a Id-ek or two. r,..e to
(.I. o,d. e.i r line a ail -ast rud faetorie
!o:s f-ui b- bought o-a a very
:: ai! 1 .wn paym- n? nr. I sat ill morith
lv ia-taUm.-rri. Tt.- i:.it F.i.d U build
ing up rapidly atol ail vjeaat property
w.ll g up iti prh-e when th-j pri::r
ru-h vonie. Now is tho time to buy.
l..-t us give yo-a pri.v and terms on
thr.e and four ro,.;;i b-aes. We build
t" s.i.t year j "oko:b.xk. Fh.'tto the
dtl.-e and we will come ar! take yoj
i ;i! t; v time.
m : ; v i : i : s -1. l c c n i o n t i o
tH Farmers Trust IFdg. Fhor.e Maia 751
:.-ti evf : ;i"srs seven to ni-e
: t ! Ü- 1 - iw r 7 all malern
vji: ! ii
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ll n i!ii;i
one ol I
i l-rv :;i
Km- Tur Hou'keejjin. C9 ;
trj-o-. 71 I'.. iJtrJ St.
p r ; n : -
Mish a v. ,
v a i i -: n : ni, i i i:iiiLi j;ii
for i-gv.t h -..w-'r-isz' f r ;) pe p.
.:- Vjs-..glwa. Flcz M.s-hawka
t REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
.rvrtmnM tit ll.it.
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u ul a rr. .4 ie 1
I r..u;rf e:
r. ':n t.e : tgie ir: iuys la towa
tvday. Possess'.... a ia To days.
W- have an room ho is oa I!. A'.h
S-.. a- o Owner i i:k and obliged
:- ":!. W ill show this at your cos-
,t5-.J''--I.:r.ln W. K. A benutiful 2-
ry hous.. ,a e rne- lot. Hardwood
tr. i : 'Stair at. I down liur.dry !a
1-.' tn.ent. oiar teie in very way "with
t.ir.ige -a Jot. Ca a U? Long lit oa Vi ry
(jo- Term s.
5.""" ah an ! balance mt? a rent
w.'.i go,, yo'i j.scs! o n of r'."rii all
m.-vl-m l,::-: a S. Fc'.ger. A real
1 "Uie at a bargain.
r :a hon-e oa S. 14th. Con
:.'. f.o.r.datiori 1 in for full frlzed
hMio". Il -re :s a chance to get awav
fr.::i pay;:;g hig'a n-ct. Ca a be bought
i r. vt-rv uy tertas.
Leal L:ar. Ic;r Mishawaka Txut Ä.
savings. Mi-h. ,7'.. ..P.l
a p j :
IaH lor Sale
Mishawaka's New Bank
! BUILDING PERMITS
DURING YEAR 1922
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Five Hundred Per Cent In
crease Over Amount Four
Years Ago Is Shown.
Building permits, to the estimated
value of $1, SIS, 963, moro than 500
percent mere than wero Ifued dur
ln the year 191S, were granted dur
ing: the fiscal year cf 1922. The actu
al number of permits given out were
SI 7, almost 10 times tho number,
Issued during; the corresponding- po
rted of 191S.
These final figures, as obtained
from Ctty Clerk Joeeph Do L-orertzi.
, show an increaso In estimated value
of almost 50,000 over lat year,
while the number of Luiblinqr per
mits issued increased 263. Tho types
of buildings erected during; both
yrirsj correspond very much, and
lead to the inference that bullring
material had dropped considerably
during a year's time.
Of tho S17 buildings erected dur
ing the year 3 922, two were office
bu!ldin?s; 10 were stores; one was
a bank; one a warehouse; or.o a
service gurage; one a church; two
wero oil stations; 35S wero dwell
ings; 2S7 wero garages, and 147
permits were remodeling- and mak
ing additions to buildings already
An excellent idea of tho large
number of dwellings that were
erected throughout the city during
1922 can be gained from tho a:h
permits issued during the year,
which exceeded the number for the
year 1921 by nearly half ugaln zt
During the year 1921, 7S6 ash
permits were issued to citizens of
Mishawaka, and In the year 1322,
1,16 9 permits were requested. The
revenue gained from the ash per
mits by the city during tho year
1921 totalled J2.C 10.23. while those
allowed for the year 1922, totalled
$2.370.50, or about 44 percent more
value to the city, than for ths pre
Decau-e of tho Jirge number of
houses that have been erected in th
outlying districts and additions of the
city. Street Ccmmtsvior.er Carl Cas
tleman ha3 announced that lie has
found it nece5?ary to add two moro
men to h'3 street cleaning and rub
bish gathering f:rce,
necessary last year.
TO BE GIVEN FOR
"A Day In the Old South" will be
given in form of a pageant at the
meeting of the art department of the
MLshawaka Woman's club to
held Thursday afternoon at S : 4 7
o'clock. Mrs. L,. M. Walton will
illustrate "Tho Old Kentucky Home"
by living picture?; Miss lvuella Hem
pis and her pupils will contribute
southern melodies; Mrs. Margaret
Hindelang and assistants will give
the song of Chattachuta and poems
frcm Dunbar. Mist Madeline ijtcin
will give a southern dance in cos
tume. All the ladles of tho clul
are cordially invited.
YOUR THOUIU.rS ARK OVFU IF
you usi: siimi-axthuac itk
3 carloads coming ihl? week. It's
for furnace only.
Selling first 2 can? at $12.00
Also furnace chunks $10.00
Manhattan Domestic Lump ..$11.00
West Virginia Lurap $11.00
White Ash $ 9.00
Wo are tho boys that appreciate
your patronage. Tel. Mish. 79. 444
N. Main Ft.
CASTLE MAN N. Y. COAL YARD.
SPINDS HOLIDAYS IIKRE.
Bernard Kamm, 5on of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Kamm, 61 S Lincoln way
W., a student of the medical depart
ment of tho University of St. Louis.
St. Louis, Mo., is .-pending the holi
days with his parents.
GUUSTS roi; Tin: HOLIDAYS
Dr. and Mrs. Adolph Xavier Kamm
and family of Ashlind, Wis., are the
week end guesLs of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Kamm, 61 S Lincoln way W.
Additional Mfshauaka on Page IS.
two main windows, xnd a lighting
sytttem has 'been Installed in the cor
rico to throw tho 'light down in
front of tho 'building.
Intorior of Tciiihtsscc Marble
Tho interior of tho building is
finished in Tennessee marble with
New York Fotsel base. The mural
decorations aro (f sponge Tiffany.
On tho left of the vestibule, lrx:do
the 'Unk proper there i.s the custo
mers and ladies' room, two confer
er.co rooms for tho roal evtato de
partment, and two booths for the
livings department. On tho oppos
ite nida of tho main floor are tho
I) resident's oflica eocccutivo ofllcc-s,
and booths for tho assistant cash
ier, two toilers, draft business, for
eign exchange ibuines and ibook-
keeping. Tho entire center of the
main floor Is given over to .cpace 'for
patrons use, all tho equipment -being
of Tennessee marble.
Tho vault i in the rear of tho
building, ond entrance to tho vault
department is through a specially
designed electrically operated grill
work. Tho vault Is the latent word
in safo construction. Its walks aro
27 inches thick anil are of concrete
reinforced with istcel. Th door of
tho vault is the latest product of
the Metder Safe Co. of Hamilton,
Ohio. Is IS laches in thickness, SS
inches in diameter, and weighs
exactly 21 tons. It is- controlled by
four time locks and two combina
tion locks. It is locked by 24 tung-t-".cn
steel Interacting bolts each
thre-1 and a half inches In diameter.
Within the vault are the fafe de
posit vaults in addition to the usual
compartments for the bank's funds
and papers. The vault is absolutely
fire proof and air proof.
On the right of the vault are t-o
coupon booths for u?e by patrons,
and in the rear of the vault there Is
working .paco for the bank's em
ployes. Abovo tho vault is tho di
rectors' room, four French windows
giving clear vision from this room
over the entire 'bank. Directly un
der the ".vindow in tho d;rietors'
room i. clock 2 4 inchrt? In dia
meter, -w.th marvdo dial, and at the
opposite cr.d cf -the 'building there
a high powered spotlight which
will be played on the vault door at
r.'.ght. The entlro bank Is protect
ed with 'the nie: modern devices for
ordinary financial transactions
which a foank handles. We want to
havo every citizen in this commun
ity tfeel that they are at liberty at
all timet to consult us on any finan
cial, inve.sment or government bus;
ness. We will try to give uch ser
vice in these matters as we 'bedievo
every community needs. On "busi
ness with tho government on any
matter I believe that my experience
as postmaster for the pa.st eight
years will enable mo to bo of real
assL-tön'ce to anyone who has such,
buslnct, and I can assure the peo
ple of this community that they
can always depend on us for ser
vice efficient, courteous and friendly."
AND CRASHES OVER
CURB INTO TREE
In an effort to avoid an expected
crash with a local delivery truck
near the corner of Merrifield av., and
Lincoln way F., I. M. Beckner of
Coshen. Ind.. ran his Ford over the
curb and into a large apple tree,
throwing his father violently from
tho car to the sidewalk, cutting his
lace in several places. Beckner who
was driving at the time of the acci
dent, was not seriously injured.
According to Beckner. one of the
Ross delivery trucks passed him on
the Lincoln highway, near Merrifield
av., turning back into the road In
such a fashion that a collision seem
ed imminent. For this reason, Beck
ner declared he steered far to the
left and because of the slippery street
was unable to regain the road, run
ning over the curb and into the apple
Beckner accompanied his father to
a neighboring doctor's residence
where it was found his injuries were
not serious. The Ford car in which
they were riding was almost com
pletely demolished, the entire front
end being caved in by the compact.
It was towed In to the local Hinkle
agency for repairs.
NOW SHOWING .
In an intensely interesting
story of man's regenera
tion "THE PRICE OF
Also LLOYD COMEDY
TONITE AT IIP. M.
The thrilling adventures of a
jazz-crazed girl in Paris
Also Other Novelties
You'll Have a Dandy Time
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NEW YEAR'S DAY
1 .aiji f i oi
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As the dancing sensation of
Paris and Broadway, in
TAKFN TO HOSPITAL. I
Mrs. Bruce Snook, 317 Hunn St., j
Goshen, was taken to St. Joseph's
hospital for treatment, Saturday
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j i ;r f . i;.,r; w 1 1 h . I t'-'vl' fr:a T-s: (:!:... pijone M!h-
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v'AN 1 !!--V.im:ü
r t; . l . n ii iJ-.iriiJiC valuing year, ituraiire
iVni s.TUrs Ifnnf A .1 c 1 t 1 ! r :1 i-tJruui tilg
The various sub-contracts were!
awarded as far na possible to local j
firms, and cm or. g these who had j
contracts for the new structure
were George ?. White who install
ed the p.umbing ana heit:ng h-s-
trm, the Mishawaka Electric hop ;
for the lighting and fixtures, the j
Charles Roy 'o. for painting and !
decorating, and the Mishawaka Fur-j
niture Co. for the necessary office;
iuipmnt and .'linoleum. Th.e en- j
tire construction job has been sup
erintended for tk contractors iby .
Ilenrj- Magee, a Mishawaka young
The new lnk hue a capita! of
$100.000 and a surplus of $23.000.
The officers are John A. Herzog,
president; E. X.
dent ard D. If. Wilber,
These officers and Sl. H. Thornton.;
John Q. Swanger Jr., Robtrt TJ
:.fcKnight. Roy E. Rohleder. Jacob !
Weiss nnd Irvin C Reed, make up
tho bcarl of directors of tho 'bank.
Atnm of New Bank
In ftpcalcir.g of tiie aims of the:
new Institution Prest Herzog stat-.
ed yesterday that the Farmern' and .
Merchants' bank will be mado. as'
far is is humanly possible, a com-'
munity bank. i
"What we aim to do," Mr. Hercg
said, "is to make this bank as val-
ual'le an asset to the community as,
w can make it. We want to have
it become more than a mere rcpos-:
itory for s,i-lr.gs or an agent for the
Singing, Dancing und Iiano
A Clover Trio
3fotlur Goose Up to the Minute
BERT HILL & MINNIE
II eel and Too
In "The Gypy Trail"
1 Vat nring
Maud, the Mule
SPECIAL SVNDAY MATEVEE
ADDED ATTIl ACTION
In the Days of Buffalo Bill
Shows 7:30 and 9 o'Cock
Adult. 2S Clilldrcn 10c
SUNDAY MATINEE, 2:15
Adults. 20c Children, 5c-10c
PROMPTED by the cheeriness of
the Holiday season, we wish to express
to all our many friends our sincerest ap
preciation cf the many kindnesses and
the really splendid patronage extended
us during the year just closing.
WE OFFER our sincere good wishe3
for a Happy New Year. We trust that,
during 1923, the footprints of all your
friends may form a beaten pathway to
Matz & Forstbauer
124 Lincoln Way West
The development of our
service to the high point
of efficiency a 1 1 ained
has been due to strict
attention to the wants of
our clientele for a digni
fied service and reason
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A Good Resolution
would be to have Mowers in the j
home more frequently during
j -"inc them a good investment!
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much to the iov of hvinc. ?l ifi
et the habit ot phomns m ior n i
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a tew tlowers once a week. You 11
find them a good investment!
To our old friends, loyal and
true; to our valued new friends;
and to those whose friendship we
strive to deserve, we heartily wish
unmeasured happiness and good
fortune throughout the coming
years. With grateful . appreciation
for all the favors received by us
from you, and for that priceless
though intangible asset, your good
will, which we prize beyond meas
ure, we seek to merit your continued
confidence, and aim to serve you
helpfully in the future.
North Main Street
Phone Mishawaka 79
"No Lons Waits No Short
f. E. Castleman. Carl J. Castlcman
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'AN msmVTlON OF QVALITY"
Explanation : Tfie size of
ffiis ad. has Jbeen increas
ed to conform with ourin-
I crease in business.
We have on track one 50 ton car High Grade Domestic
Lump Coal at $7.75 per ton two tons for $15.00 for
two days only Monday and Tuesday,
We have at all times
"Eastern Kentucky0 Lump, "Logan County" West Virginia,
Ohio, Illinois, 4th Vein Indiana
HARD COAL COKE POCAHONTAS
Mies Coal Co.
309 N. West St.
Phone Mishawaka 189