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Hobart News (Newspaper) - September 8, 1910, Hobart, Indiana Cd. E. Barnes dealer Inocal Wood tile Cement Blockland All kinds of building Materia Sall orders promptly attended to main Street Hobart transact a Genera real estate an fire insurance business representing Only first class companies main Street Hobart ind. I this is just the right time to subscribe for the Hobart news might As Well have the Bestre will be pleased to Send Sample copies to your friends if you will just Send in the names. Personal mention a Short items about people we know mrs. Chas. Prott of Gay visited friends in town thursday. Postmaster Linkhart was a Chicago business visitor last thursday. Miss Alice Mundell visited with friends at Merrillville last week. Miss Ethel Halstead has been visit i ing i relatives in the City for a week. I mrs. We. Krausse and son Carl i have been visiting relatives in Chicago. Misses Blanche and Beatrice Quinnell 1 of East Gary were visitors Here Friday. I or. And mrs. Ralph Wilson have moved into i Over the first state Bank. I or. And mrs. Geo. Roper left tues Day for South Bend where they will j reside. I miss Lenore Nash of Chicago has i been visiting friends in Hobart for a few Days. Trustee Cal Shearer of Ainsworth was in town tuesday. W. H. Mathews and wife of Chicago were Hobart visitors monday. I master Forest Crisman son of Thos. J Crisman is ill with typhoid fever i mrs. Morgan Blachley has broken i ground for her new residence in Jory a Ville. I or. And mrs. Geo. Flar Raty of Ham mond were guests of Louie Hillman i monday. The Lake county veterans association hold their reunion at Crown Point sept. 20. J. M. Thinnes. Of Chicago was ing at the Home of C. Schiedt Over sunday. Or. And mrs. We. Elkins of Chicago Heights spent sunday at the Hay Ward Home., a j j i and mrs. Struble and daughter miss Lena Wettengel visited one Day u a a j 11 i Verda of Gary Wei a Hobart visitors of we if with Tir Nanri Ivov in Wail Ati saturday. I or. And mrs. Liebel and children of Chicago were guests at de Keilman s saturday and sunday. Mrs. Frank Fulton of Freeport. 111., is Here visiting her Mother mrs. A. W. Deutsche for a few Days. Or. And mrs. Leonard Owen of South Bend were Here last week visiting at the Home of his brother William. Last week with or. And mrs. Powell Valparaiso. I or. And mrs. Theo. Schroeder have i moved into the new Fairbanks cottage in Coryville. The unitarian ladies Aid Alliance 1 met wednesday afternoon with mrs. George Pedersen. I miss Kathrine tree returned to Chicago thursday after a Short visit Here with her parents. Fred Deutsche of Chicago spent sunday and monday with his Mother mrs. A. W. Deutsche. Miss Eunice Rhodes has been spending a several Days with her Cousin Bliss he Tel Halstead. The Valpo standards won again from the Michigan City Grays sunday rhe score being 3 to 2. Miss Elsa Wettengel left last week for Pitts but g where she will visit a a the relatives until school begin. Miss Anna Fieck left last thursday for Newcastle. Ind. To Sij end a week with or. And mrs. Fredrick Bentley. Lewis Barnes has moved his family into the Harrison Schofer House vacated by them. Or. Scholler will leave shortly for new Mexico to join his family. Wednesday was old soldiers Day at the Porter county fair. Squire. Mathews received a special invitation. He being the first wounded Soldier re turned to Porter county from the War. A number of members and friends of the Junior choir of the m. E. Church went to Jackson Park on monday for their picnic. Misses Doris and Isabel White returned Home tuesday afternoon after several Days visit with miss Elsie Johnson at Miller. Milroy Fleming was Over from Michigan City monday calling on relatives and incidentally doing a Little fishing along deep River. A. J. Swanson John a. Johnson and a. H. Keeler attended the meeting of editors and candidates at Binyon a Cedar Lake saturday. John Killigrew jr., who has been sick for some time with typhoid fever is getting along nicely and is Able to sit up a Little each Day. A special business meeting of the Epworth league will be held Friday evening and All members of the Cabinet Are urged to be present. Gib Bullock was in Chicago monday. De Anderson of Chicago spent sunday with his Parent attorney car of Hammond was in town tuesday. Miss Ellen Erickson has started school at the Hammond business College. J. C. Cavender and family spent sunday and monday a Lake Maxin i Kuky. John Traeger "jr., and Friend of i Chicago spent sunday with relatives Here. Hubert Kulage has adopted a Little i girl from the orphan Home at it. I Wayne. I miss Louise Halladay and Friend and j Charles Halladay spent sunday at the i Bullock i evidence. J a great crowd of Hobart people were in Gary monday to enjoy the labor visit-1 a i the Crown Point Ball team Defeated i the Gary team in the magic City Mon Day by a score of 10 to 3. I the Hobart orchestra went to Ches i Merton monday afternoon where they i played for a dance in the evening. Ralph Wood won a Ford roadster on a ticket at Gary. He was indeed Lucky Only having one Chance on the car. Mrs. Frank Pio went to it. Wayne to get her Little daughter Florence who has been spending the summer there with relatives. I Fred Shoemaker and wife of Chica go were out visiting his parents or. J and mrs. J. J. Shoemaker Over Sun i Day and monday. Contractor Frank Abel has the con tract to build a residence for mrs. John Green on lots she recently bought of w. H. Mcclaran on Lake Street. The Board of directors of the Lake county Farmers Mutual insurance co. Met at Crown Point tuesday to review the year s business and get ready for the annual meeting of the company Vidich Vili be held at Lowell next saturday. N. P. Banks of Hobart is Secretary of the company. The Federal court convenes the third tuesday in october. At that time United states circuit judge a. B. Anderson will be in Hammond and will take up the cases on the local docket. A number of naturalization matters will also come up for consideration. Judge Anderson passes Only on the application for second papers. Thieves stole an entire Camp on the Kankakee River last saturday belonging to or. And mrs. L. P. Kuss of la s. Durkin has sold his Barber shop to Gary and or. And mrs. Hobe Godfrey t. L. Davis of Hammond the Price 1 de Keilman. A. J. Smith and Attor-1 paid being $135. Or. And mrs. Durkin Ney Fetterer were fishing Over on the will live near Milwaukee on a farm i Kankakee monday. While there they contractor Pyatt has broken ground were the guests of John Benke and had i so the of Margaret Scholler s place in a Royal Good time. They caught and will build a Bungalow Pickerel and Bass. J i which he and his parents will occupy. A or. Dwight Mackey is in Joliet for a Jas. Robert Harris who has been week assisting in the Hospital where he a re for several weeks visiting her was formerly employed. Or. Mackey inter mrs. N. B. White has about concluded to hang out his returned to Garden City sign in Hobart and commence a Gener j Friday afternoon. I Al practice in his old Home town. The fair officials report that the special work at Bloomington ind., this society is in the Hole about $1,500 As summer is Home for a Short visit with of Hammond. The party left Camp for a time saturday and when they returned they were amazed to find that their Camp had disappeared As completely As if it had never been constructed. There was in fact nothing left but the site upon which it had been Foi Merly located. The loss is estimated at several Hundred dollars. E Are ready ready to show an assortment of suits for fail and Winter that appeals to men of taste. New models of High degree not made of common stuff not the same Yon find everywhere. But a bit better in fabric and choices in style. These garments strike a new note in Good clothes making. Come in and see the style show and get the prices. The two de s Scheidt amp and family r. I., last the result of the past two years fairs. About s300 of this deficiency occurred this year and the balance last year. A j Crown Point Register. Geo. Roper who was nominated on i the 8th of last april by the republicans of Holgart Tovy ship As a member of the advisory Board will be unable to serve i inasmuch As he has moved away and the party will have to Supply the a i Cancy. You Don t have to go to War to be patriotic improve your locality up i hold your town enlarge its interests. A and lend a hand to Progress and you i Are a Patriot a Lover of your country a As truly As the Soldier who i his Musket. George l. Forester proprietor of the Cardiff Coal company at South Bend j who was married to miss Ada Dodge a of Gary on aug. 15 in grand rapids Mich., was arrested today on a charge of deserting another wife and baby at j St. Joseph Mich. A. C. Knight who has been living in the Daniel Kraft House on Michigan Avenue has moved his family into the House vacated by Lewis Barnes and or. And mrs. Kraft who have made i their Home with mrs. Kraft s parents since their marriage will into their on place. The 52d annual fair just ended was a remarkable showing and exhibition but the crowds fell Short of the usual attendance�?1000 on thursday and too his parents before he again takes up his work in College. John a. Johnson judge Gerber l. E. Barnes Emil Scharbach r. R. Peddicord c. F. Heck and a. J. Swan son were in Crown Point tuesday attending commissioners meeting. E. H. Mundell who was principal of the Union Mills schools last year has concluded to teach the coming year in his native county of Lake and will have charge of the deep River school in Ross township under trustee c. C. Shearer. A it is said that if chief of police Joseph p. Martin is successful in winning out next november and becomes sheriff of Lake county Captain Charles Catey will be the next chief of police of the City of Gary. A. M. Phillips of Leroy Winfield a township father of Albert and James of this place has rented his farm of 160 acres for $640 Cash and expects to i move to Hobart As soon As he can arrange to do so. I Claus Zeigler has bought the k. J. Allen Saloon on third Street and will i open up the same for business As soon As he can secure a License. In the meantime his old place on main Street a is being run As usual with w. N. Wagoner in charge. As soon As or. I Wagoner can secure a License he will run this place in his own name. I Hobart has been honoured this wee town Board doings. Tuesday evening the town Board met in regular session and transacted a Batch of routine business. Nothing especially new was brought up for consideration. An ordinance concerning the use of firearms etc., was passed and ordered published and will be found in another column of this paper. The Engineer s plat establishing Grade for sidewalks on Lake Street and water Street was adopted. No remonstrances against sidewalks on these streets have been filed and new walks Are being Laid. A Chicago attorney representing the J. Amp e., was present and discussed the matter of laying walk s Over the company s right of Way. This matter will be settled by the engineers. An adjourned meeting of the Board will be held next monday evening to clean up some clerical work before the special election on the 21st.ordinance no. 109. An ordinance to prohibit the use of air guns target guns Flobert rifles Stone shooters Devil slings Sling shots and flips and prohibit the throwing of rocks stones boulders Nigger Heads and other missiles on the Public streets avenues alleys lanes and Public grounds of the town of Hobart Indiana and providing a penalty. Be it ordained by the Board of trustees of the town of Hobart Indiana Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person to use any air gun target gun Flobert Rifle or firearms of any kind or description whatsoever Stone shooter Devil Sling Sling shot or flip or to throw any Rock Stone Boul i Der Nigger head or any other missile at the Illinois. 1 Quot the Dollar Princess Quot which Chas. J Frohman will present at the Illinois theatre for eight weeks beginning monday sept. 12, is the latest musical comedy from Over the Ocean. It was j made in Germany skipped through France jumped Over to England and 1 landed in America at the Knickerboc Ker theatre in new York where it ran All of last season. I theatre goers who have been wait-1 ing expectantly to hear and see Quot the Dollar Princess Quot have a decided treat in store for them. It is a musical comedy classic. The Story and the plot Are consistent but Are secondary to the music and the i comedy. It is the songs and the play ers that make Quot the Dollar Princess Quot i the most charming and thoroughly de i rightful evening s entertainment that i has been offered to the theatre going a Public in a decade. J Quot the Dollar Princess Quot will be seen at the Illinois theatre nightly except ing sundays with matinees on wednesdays and saturdays. The seats Are now Selling and mail of Ders will be i Given prompt and careful of Charles Schane. Charles Schane eldest son of Hans Schane of Hobart died at Watseka 111., sept. 2, 1910, of peritonitis aged 28 years. Deceased was Well known in Hobart having spent his boyhood Days Here. The remains were brought Here for interment the funeral taking place from his father s Home sunday afternoon at 2 o clock interment being in Crown Hill cemetery. Wife sues convict spouse Jackson woman shatters modern Quot Jean Valjean Quot . To whom it May concern owing to the a Businesslike Way in which the affairs of the j. E. Mander estate has been conducted All business transactions of any nature must Bear my approval and signature and the estate will contest any act or actions of others not properly connected with and properly employed by this estate. Charles Mander granted Power of attorney for estate. Quot for Sale Quot and Quot for rent Quot cards can be bought at the news office. To wanted. To rent House for Small family with Garden. Inquire at this office. By the assembling Here tuesday and. Wednesday of the pastors of the swed up Ujj avenues lanes on Friday and the shortage was from Ash lutheran churches for the District Ujj Tyg pm Jujj grounds of the town the South end of the county which has Laporte and Many of the pastors of Hobart. Always responded heretofore. The that Demon mation in Northern Indiana territory North of the Center did the Are attending the conference. The lion s share this year and if Crown sessions were held at the swedish upon conviction therefor Point had been connected with the lutheran Church commencing tuesday a exceeding ten Section 2. That any person violating any of the provisions of this Ordi North by an interurban Road the grounds would hardly have held them. They have the goods. It is hoped by next year the interurban Bridge can be evening. Detectives of the Nickel plate Railroad believe they have the solution to the mystery which has heretofore sur crossed which will Settle the question rounded of the fair paying out Crown Point Star. There is not the slightest room for doubt that the Republican prospects in i Indiana just now Are much brighter j than they were two or three months i ago and that they Are improving All i the time. Reports that Are being re the attempt to wreck the trains Cei Ved from All of the counties of the George Kussmaul the democratic state As a result of the organization nominee for county treasurer has meetings which were held last week withdrawn his name from the ticket show this to be the True condition. In i it had been placed there in the first Many cases where local troubles were place against his wishes and he was in the Way of Success the organization not in the convention Hall last wednes four attempts to wreck Nickel plate trains Between Hammond and Burnham. It is claimed that eleven arrests have been made in connection with these cases. Two gangs of hoodlums and disgruntled sex employees of the car shops at Stony Island Are said to have been involved parties made such headway last week in smoothing out matters and putting nation. Things in better shape and when it came to the main question of whether the republicans will stand together on National issues the reports show that there is much less division now than there was a Short time ago. Day when his name was placed in Nom his wife s illness and the press of his own business cause or. Kussmaul to withdraw his name. This leaves the democrats in a rather embarrassing position and Cully Swanson is wondering who will be his Quot next Quot opponent for county treasurer. Dollars $10.00. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in Force from and after its passage by the Board of trustees of said town and Legal publication. Passed and adopted this 6th Day of september 1910. J. M. Ballantyne president. We. Devonshire h. E. Keilman. 23-2 r. R. Peddicord clerk pro notice. The town trustees hereby give notice that the ordinance prohibiting the Riding of bicycles on sidewalks will hereafter be rigidly enforced. Much complaint has been made in regard to this matter and bicycle riders will do Well to heed this Levy approved. The advisory Board met at the office of trustee Barnes tuesday and passed upon the tax Levy for this township. The Levy As published was approved by the Board. South Bend ind., aug. 24.�?the wifely Devotion of years displayed by i mrs. Elsie Allison for her husband John Allison Michigan s Quot Jean. Val i Jean Quot who after being a sentenced to the Michigan prison escaped and for two years lived an exemplary life at j Moline 111., before being recaptured i has been terminated by the filing of a divorce suit at Jackson cruelty being the charge. After escaping from prison Allison married without informing his wife that he was an escaped convict. When i rearrested and his wife Learned the i truth she came to his Aid with a Suc i cuss Ful Appeal to the Ilic Higan Board i of pardons the Case being watched 1 with intense interest throughout the entire country. Allison s Home was in South suspicious. Quot let me show you love letters of Wise men Quot said the clerk in he Book Emporium. Quot Are they signed Quot asked the cautious bookworm. Quot yes indeed every one of Quot then they must to forgeries. Wise men never sign their names to love news. Fragile Leaf of Gold. While a Leaf of Gold is so thin that it is impossible to measure its thickness Scales have been made which weigh it accurately. One Leaf weighs one fifth of a Grain. It is so Light that a breath will blow it away. Held to the Light it is translucent and greenish. The High water Mark. Virs. Robin Sony and were you up the Rhine mrs. De Jones just returned from a Continental trip i should think so right to the very top. What a splendid View there is from the sum Mit new York world. An unwelcome discovery. Post i discovered today that Parker and i have a common ancestor. Mrs. Post a colonial Dame a for goodness Sake Don t Tell any one Brooklyn life. In Thi hands of Many wealth is like a Harp in the hoofs of an Luther. Application for License. Notice is hereby Fiven to the citizens of Hobart Lake county. Indiana that the unders orned. A Maie resident for More than ninety 90 Days past of Hobart Hobart township Lake county Indiana. And being Over the age of Twenty one years will apply to the Board of commissioners of said county and state at its Reg ular session in october 1910, for a License to sell spirituous vinous and malt liquors in a less Quantity than a quart at a time to be drank on his premises at his place of business which Aie described and located As follows the front room on the ground floor in the two Story Brick building size 2t x70 feet with living rooms in the second Story which is situated upon the South part of lot 17. On the East Side of main Street in Hobart Lake county Indiana. Said room where liquors Are to be sold fronts West and is 18x40 feet and 12 feet High. In connection with the Sale of liquors therein he desires to sell All kinds of manufactured cigars and tobaccos. The furniture of said front room consists of a 16-foot front and Back bar and fixtures. 23-3 w. N. Wagoner. Notice to non resident. The state of Indiana Lake county. Before Hon. Edward p. Ames. J. P. In and for North township Lake county Indiana. William a. Zumpfe plaintiff is. Don c. Waite defendant. Notice to non resident. To Don c. Waite whereas William a. Zumpfe has filed in this court his complaint affidavit and Bond for attachment of certain property alleged to belong to you and also his affidavit that you Are a non resident of the state of Indiana. You Are therefore notified that said Case has been set for hearing on the 24th Day of october. 1910, and unless you appear at that time and answer his complaint said cause will be heard in your absence and order made for Sale of said property. Edward p. Ames Justice of the peace. Dated this 31st Day of August 1910. 23-3

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