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THE L KE COUNTY TIMES
PAGE SEVEN i WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20, 1906 :l ' - i 1 a : 9- ! ,1 Si' Want Column Special sale of Railroad Watches for CO days onlj. ' CHAS. ARKIN, 6-Mmo 142 Hobman St. Wanted Waiters Restaurant. at the Maine 4-10-tf Stoot'a coal leaves no whiskers on the etoye lids Best that can be bought. Trj it. No. 220 State street. Phone 1622. 1-6-tf Geo. P. stout leads in coal and wood. If you are not dealing with him you are the looser. No. 230 State street Phone 1622. 1-6-tf. Carter's first class liverj and un dertaking ; open day and night. Am bulanoe calls answered promptly. fi-20-tf FOR RENT One or two rooms, modern conveniences, near business district. Call at Times Oflice. 6-7-tf WANTED Two women to sort waste tmper in bindery. Must be around. Apply at once, W. 15. Conkey Co. C,18,3t. LOST OR STOLEN Big buckskin with one eye gone. Finder return to F. Gobitz, 450 East State etreet. G-12-tf ' FOR SALE Seven room residence on Indiana avenue; good basement, hot and cold water, gas, electric lights, in fine condition. $2,500. 50 foot lot. Six room residence on Truman street, good basement, two story house, $1,750, lot 40 feet. E. D Brandenburg, 106' First National Bank building. 6,14;,lw. FOR SALS Store and office ta bles, typewriter tables, office desks, tables with heavy tops, cherry and walnut, all widths and lengths. From the Chicago U. S. Post Office. Must be sold at once at the Hammond Furniture Co., 83 State Street. . Phone 2322. 6,10,lw. LOST A dark bay mare, 14 hands high weighs about S00 pounds Saddle tsore on back. When missed wore on left fore leg an interfering boot also one on the right hind leg Any information concerning same will be liberally rewarded by West ern Bolting and Supply Co. at Gibson Yards. G-19-lw. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Trustees of school, City of Ham mond, will receive bids until 6 p. ni., July 12th. 1906, for the furnishing of coal for Hammond public schools. Bidding blanks furnished on appli cation by the Superintendent. Board reserves right to reject any or all bids. II. F. Meikle, Seey. 6, 19, 3w. New Map of Lake Ccuntyjnd. Mr. J. T. Edwarda of Crown Point, lias nearly completed one of tha most accurate and up-to-date maps ever published of Lake County, after two years of hard labor. Map will be completed in a few weeks. Send in jour order to J. T. EDWARDS, Crown Point, Ind., Or R. L. MILLER, Hammond. Ind. oney to Loan - In any amount on short notice, on real estate or personal property, by Stinson Bros. Attorneys at Law, Stenographer and notary in cilice. All Inquliies strictly confidential. Suite 105, First National Bank Building, Hammond Ind. 60 YEARS' "IT-. FVPFBIFNCF hd' Copyrights Ac. Anrone en11ng a (ktch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether au Invention H prbtiT patenritMe. Comiminlra. tlonsMnetty ciuiflden'tlitl. HANDBOOK on t'ateuti ent frp. O! lost agency for securm patents. Fateum taken through Muun A Co. receive tptcvil notice, without charge, tutbo Scientific American. A handnomely Illustrated weekly. I.ircest c'rw culation of utiv ncimtfle journal. Terms, ti ypr : fmir rtK.MtUa, tl. 1 fcy newsdealer. MlliN&Co.35lE' New York Branch Cfflse. 633 F St. Wasbiustou. D. C. BEST IN TOWN 0 When You Are Hungrv jj REMEMBER TMfc ) MAINE j RBSTAORAMT AND LUNCH ROOM S Mettle t A!: Hour For Lad leg ami Gentiemea n OEREOLOS BROS., pt 122 S. Hohman Street .7 TRACE M ' 9 STATISTICS OF DEATH Number 13 Figures in the Report of Fatal Indiana Casual" ties in May. ' j RAT KILLS A MAN 91 YEARS OLD Death of Indiana's Most Noted Meth . odist McCoy Given an Inde terminate Sentence Indianapolis, June 20. An old man, 01 years of ase, died from the ef fects of a rut bite, and he was only one of 140 person." in in Indiana who died violent deaths in May. It was j an unusually larpe number for one; month. Of this number eight -were j murders and twenty-five were suicides. j Anions the suicides', nine persons chose j the carlxlie-acid route, three trok mor- j phlne, two took iotash' In some form j or other, two used other poisons, four were due to gunshots, four persons killi.-d themselves by hanging and ona sought death by drowning. That Number 13 Figures. Accidents cost 113 lives. During tha heavy thunder storms of May four per sons wen; killed by lightning. The railroads of the state killed fourteen, while only one life was lost on the electric roads. Seven old persons died from the results of fracture of the .hip, and fracture of the skull cost sev en lives. Fractures of other bones re sulted in three more deaths. Thirteen lives were crushed out by falling tim bers, falling stone and other similar accidents. Six were killed by falls. Eleven were burned or scalded to death. The open season for drowning apiieurs to have arrived, also, as thir teen deaths were due to that cause. Most of the victims were boy who went swimming in the rivers and creeks. One baby and two adults died from asphyxiation. One death was due to lockjaw. Horses killed five. Uny Poison and Murder. There were twelve accidental poison ings, of which four were caused by strychnine, two by morphine and three by unnamed poisons. One person drank coal oil, another used carbolic acid and in one cae death was caused by drink ins a patent medicine of some kind. Of the murder victims seven were males and one a woman. Nineteen men and six women committed suKMde and eighty-one males and thirty-two fe males were killed by accident. Twelve Babies Die toy Accident. Returns for May show that eleven Indiana babies died from accidental poi soning, and that one death was due .to asphyxiation. This harvest was gathered in all parts of Indiana and 1s much larger than has ever before een reported in the state. WILLING TO TARE CHANCES Young Woman Declined to Postpoue Her Marriage Because of the N limber 13. Muncie, Ind., June 20. When Miss Nellie Mae Fahrner and Alonzo L. Feiree appeared at the county clerk's ofiiee and asked for a marriage license. Deputy Clerk Earl Patterson begged them not to obtain their license at that time, and after persuasion he told them it was because theirs would be the thir teenth issued that day. At this serious bit of information the bridegroom paled and seemed on the point of adopting the deputy clerk's advice, when the bridce-elect said: "It's no use. We have told our friends that we are to be married to morrow, so we can't disappoint them. I'm not afraid of thirteen, anyway, I sat at a dinner table once where there were twelve others and none of them ver died." The bridegroom, although won over by this argument, accepted the license with many misgivings. Rev. Thomas A. Goodwin Dead. Indianapolis, June 20. Rev. Thos. A. (loodwin, Indiana's most noted Methodist, is dead after a long illness. For many years he had leen leader of his denomination in this state. lie was the first graduate of Asbury, now lepuuw. university. His funeral on Friday will be conducted by John P. I). John, of Greencastle, Ind. Falls on an Iron Pal in sr. Greenfield. Ind., June 20. While TThitt, 13 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kolrt Hiatt. of this city, was puking cherries at the home of Mrs. Mary Morgan, a limb broke and the boy fell on a paling of an iron fence, which penetrated his head three inches, causing instant death. And the Dojr Is Dead, Too. T'pland. Ind.. June '20. The jury in 'Squire Proughman's court failed to agree in the prosecution of A. C. Flem ing. at-used of harboring an unlicensed dog. vhU h has been dead since April. The cots are already many times the va'ue of the dead cur, and still accum ulating. McCoy Gws Indeterminately. Monticello, Ind.. June 20. Thomas J. McCy. foun.l guilty of embezzle ment ii)i connection with the failure of the M,Hv bank at Rensselaer, has been sentenced to an indeterminate term of from one to three years ia the state prison. Chose Fort Wayne to Die In. Fort Wayne. Ind., June 20. Roy M. "Lanee, representative of a Chicago publishing house, committed suicid hurv hy shooting. do more THE GOORALS OF POLAND. Honest, Hospitable and Brave, bat Obstinate and Quarrelsome. The character of the goorals has nothing in common with the humble peasants of the low country. In their good qualities and faults they rather resemble the proud noblemen of Po land. They are vivacious, honest, hos pitable and full of pride, bravery and chivalry, on which one may always count. But their defects are grave. Obstinacy and quarrels lead them of ten to bloody fights, the lack of thrift is frequent among them and supersti tions haunt them at every step. They love nature and in their songs praise their gigantic peaks, spruce forests and the clouds and rain. They build their houses facing Tatra, which they constantly observe and consult about weather conditions. A gooral cannot live without his mountains, and if he Eometiiffes leaves them homesickness will soon bring him back. They are very religious, but their Christian ffffth is mixed with old su perstitions, and the Roman Catholic rites are mingled with weird, often very picturesque, usages which have their origin in the old Slavonic pagan ism. So, for instance, on St. John's night Sobotka is celebrated by burning bonfires on fields and hills and by dancing, a festivity which in pagan times was held on the summer solstice in honor of Sviatovit, the god of sun, fire and love. On Easter holidays from every house various kinds of food are brought into the church to be blessed by the priest, or the priest, accompanied by a sexton, goes to the house, where on a long, j white covered table cake, eggs and ! venison await his blessing. This is called swiocone. The table remains covered with food for a week to await all friends of the house that may come. The Tolish tongue among the motm taineers has pleasant, soft inflections, and fcheir dialect resembles the old To lish of the .fifteenth or sixteenth cen tury. The picturesque and practical costume of the goorals consists of a coarse linen shirt fastened Tith a brass brooch; a serdak, which is a sleeveless sheepskin jacket of a reddish color, richly decorated with applique orna ments of colored leather and silk em broidery and lined with fur; tight fit ting trousers of coarse, whitish, home made woolen cloth, and a cloak called tsuha, worn usually over one shoulder. A black felt hat shaped like a mush room and soft leather sandals (perpce) complete a costume that weighs from thirty-rive to thirty-eight pounds, but is a good protection against cold and the rain which in these regions is frequent, for twenty days in a month are at least drizzly. W. T. Beuda in Century. Fort Saratoga, With the history of Old Saratoga the names of Schuyler and Livingston are closely associated. Fort Saratoga was built in 100O by Major Peter Philip Schuyler, and around it grew up a small settlement which suffered many vicissitudes during the troublous times of the next hundred years. Lying on the thoroughfare from Canada to New York, this northern valley of the Ilml son was always in dispute in the French and Indian war, and in the Revolution until the great battle of Saratoga the first victory over which the American flag waved, and one of the fifteen decisive battles of the world. The actual battleground is sev eral miles away from the settlement and is marked today by many stones recording the brave deeas of our Amer- ican soldiers. The house still stands in which Arnold was confined as prisoner and from which he escaped in time to help turrvihe tide of battle toward vic tory. Four Track News. He Showed tlie Wny. On the lGth of August. 1807, Colonel Michel Ney, duke of Elchingen, hav ing received orders to charge, turned to his men and shouted to them in a voice of thunder: "My lads, I have an income of 300, 000 francs, and you haven't a farthing. Keep your eye on your colonel ns he charges, and dj as he does." So saying, he rode off as hard as he could tear in the direction of the ene my. The whole regiment followed him as though electrified. 51 If you will eat more you can do more work, enabling you to earn more money, so that you can buy more Bsscysf work and earn still more 4 NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Wabash excursions FROM CHICAGO S14.40 $20.00 $21.00 $22.50 $21.00 TORONTO and Return. Cn sale daily. MONTREAL and Return. On sale daily. CONCORD and Fetnrn. On sale .'una 15 to 30. and July 18: Aug. 8 4 22; Sept. 5 and 19. PCRTLAN0, Me., and Return. Sailing dates samt as to Concord. RUTUKD, it., and Return. Seilsng dates same as to Concard. Proportionate rates to many other points in Canada and New Lngland For complete details as to stop-overs, etc. address F. H. TRISTRAM, Assistant General Passenger Affent, 97 Adams St., CHICAGO. Decline fit the Bath. One strange feature in the advance of civilization has been the decline of the bath. Washing in the golden aga of Greece and Rome was a fine art, and baths were built with as much care as temples. There has been a re vival in this century of public baths, but from an aesthetic point of view they cannot compare with those of a barbarous age. This is not an age of washers. London Lady. Should Have Said Shoes. "Miss Backbay, said Mr. O'Bull, who had becu strolling along the country road with the lady from Boston, "I suppose your feet are very dusty. Per mit me" "Sir!"' cried the precise young wo man witheringly. "How dare you'." Thiladelphia Press. PRESS JHihr RTTTrnij f A V, , . ,,.7 2 3rf ap OB, 'Li .. The Simplest Surest S-fest Handiest and only Perfect Silf-funne Pen. No rlast 6Uer W no ink to spill no clogging or shaking. " Yon simply press the button (as in the picture) and the pen 6U" in. a"flaib." Write the instant it touches the paper I Flash I- No. 2 with 14 kara't so!M cold pen Doint finest !ilraniT rubber and fuRy guaranteed. Eagle "Flash "No. 25 with gold bands, $2.50 V. Eacle "Flanh" No. 2fi large aize, . . $3.00 with gold bands, $4.00 Sold by Stationers M ana ner otores Ask YOUR DEALER. If he dcMrn't sell you the Eagle "FLASH" Fountain Per.staen send the retail prxe direct to Sj us Each pea absolutely g-:ir. i asteed. j fa 17-Pnril Cn I ? 43 MMllfactB.e., 377 Broadway, New York ti CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS I Nafr. Alwsif, rliabl. Indte. ast PrnrS'M fbt t !ll Hi;TKK S in and ! 3old niftaUic boxes, sealed with blue ribbon. TahfDoolhrr. Rffmf dao;rrous stabsti tBliona aad Imilaiions. Hay of your Inirtst, i or send to. in stan-,rs for Hartieti"lirii, Teli i moniala anil 'Keller lor Ijartlen." in I't'.er, j br return Mall. lO.OOtt Test.momala. fejid bj ail liniirtrists. j CEICH5.StER CHEMICAL CO. lOO atsdiaon KKrr, PUIIX, PA iIeUa taia 01' ' Mi 1:1 mH III i money. UNCALLED-FOR LETTERS. The following letters remain nu called for at the Hammond postoffice for the week ending June 18th, '06: Fred Barnes. Mr. Jan. Demski. Juzef Gani. Mr. Harry Forshall, E. Flausberg. Mr. F. It. Finney. Mr. Harry Graves. Clinton G. Grigsley. Mr. Charles Carlon. Mr. F. B. Hathaway. J. E. Jolly. Everett J. Kinney. Mr. Geo. Mickus. Mr. Lewis Marison. (2). Miss Nellie Nighmen. Herrn Erich Otto. Miss Edith Osborne. Mr. C. P. Peeler. Pastime Poultry Yards. P. F. Ryan. Mr. J. Kinker. Grant Iteed. Miss Inez Reed. Mr. Chas. Reynolds. Miss A. Upton. M. Stephen B. Singleton. Mrs. Sullivan. Mr. Geo. Sies. Mr. W. D. Weighley. Mr. John Wilson. Miss Alice Wilson. Wm. H. GostHn, P. M Notice of Administration, In the matter of the Estate of Anna (ioetz. Deceased. No. 226 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Administrator of said Es tate. by the Judge of the Lake Superior Court. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. JACOB LOESCH Administrator. Dated. June 6 1006. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed bv the Clerk of tlie Lake Circuit Court in a case wherein Vermont fcavinss Bank is plaintiff and James N. Young and others are defendants, requirinff me to sell the follo-vin described parcel of frround for the purpose of ma king from such sale the sum of $206.74 for the satisfaction of a lien therein declared to exist against said parcel in favor of the cross com plainant Win. F- Bridge for taxes, together with interest on said sum and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday the 30th. day of Jans 1905. between the hours of teu o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. m. of said date, at the door of the Court House in Crown Point in said County, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years by the year, of the West half of Block A in Dyers' Addition to the City of Hammond in the County of Lake and State of Indiana, If such rents and profits of said parcel of ground will not sell for a sum sufficient to realize the sum of $2tk;.T4 with interest and costs I will at the same time and place expose to public sale the fee simple of said parcel of ground, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to realize the said sum with interest and costs. If the pro ceeds realized from such sale shall be more than sufficient to realize the said sum with interest and costs I am directed by the said decree to apply such surplus as follows, in the order given : 1st To a lien of the cross complainant Ernest G. chreiber in the sum of jlo.io.oi and in terest and costs. 2nd To a lien of the plaintiff in the sum of fT'iO.oo and interest and costs. " 3rd To a lien of Frederick A. Morgan as sole administrator cum testamento annexo de bonis non of theestate of William Treutler, deceased, in the sum of fto9.65. 4th Any balance to the defendant James X. Young. Such sale shall he made without relief of va luation and appraisement laws and without right (if redemption, and upon payment of the purchase money a deed of the sheriff of Lake County shall forthwith be issued to the pur chaser. In esse the said James N. Young shall pay the said lien of the said Bridge to the Clerk of said coart on or before the 16th day of June. 19u8. then sa d rarcei of ground shall be sold for the sa UHjiimuui fain iiciisoi hip irws .unipiam&.-iL chreiber and the plaintiff and the cross com plainant Morgan as administrator, which may remain unpaid, and the proceeds shall be ap plied in the order herein indicated ; uch sale to be made as hereinabove provided, but with the relief granted by the valuation and appraise ment laws of the State of Indiana and with the statutory right of redemption accorded in the foreclosure of mortgages. Under said decree, such sale, whether to sat isfy any one or more of the above liens, shall operate io foreclose all rights of the plaintiff and the above named defendants and cross com plainants and the defendants Mary G. Young. KUa M. Hayes. Mary Schreiber aad the Board of Commissioners of said County of Lake. CHARLES J. DAI GHERTY. Sheriff Lake County. Chester B. Massliclvf . .. .t, . .n i H. S. Barr. PlaintifTs Attorneys Pennsylvania Line Schedule in effect Sunday, Jsov. 26, '05 LvsIIamd Ar Chi Lv Chi Ar Uamd x 5 50am 6 45 a msll S3 p m 12 32 a m 6 26 7 3! 5 25 am 6 26 All " 7 45 ' 9 00 " 11 10 6 SO 600 " 8 05 " 8 50 11 20 3 50 p m 4 15 4 30 " 5 40 M 6 15 " 041 6 59 ii it X sou SlO 11 9 01 " 10 11 " 12 3$ pm 4 48 " 5 32 " 5 3i 6 42 " 7 17 " xl2 S3 p m 1 35 p m 3 31 4 SO " X 4 43 5 32 5 32 x700 6 05 6 SO 7 00 S 00 41 Daily x Daily except Sunday s Sunday only WABASH RAILROAD. East Bound. No. 11 Local points to Detroit, Hammond 11 4Sa, m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York, Hammond.. 3:48 p. in No. 12 New Through train Buffalo & York, Boston, Hammond.. 11:48 p. m. West Bonud. to Chicago, Ills., Hammond No. t) 1 il tl 111 No. 9 to Chicago, St. Louis & Kan sas City, Hammond. ... 9:34 a. m. No. 1 to Chicago, Hammond .... 3:03 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis & Kan sas City S: 4 0 p. m. Trains No. 6 and 5 are through trains to Toledo, O. and Pittsburg, Pa., with chair cars and sleeper. All trains daily. For any information 'phone 2761, or write F. H. Tristram, Ast. Gen. Pasgr Agt. 97 Adams street, Chica go, ill. Fred N. Hickok, Agent, Hammond. flotiCG. Trains Nos 27 and 8 between Ham mond and Chicago, commonly known as the Butcher Run, will not be dis continued June 1st as formerly an nounced. This train will continue to run on schedule as heretofore. Yours truly 4 AMD EWEESE Asst Agt, Erie R B Personally Conducted Four Week's Eastern Tour. A personally conducted party in a special train of Pullman SleeperB, In eluding a dining car, will leave Chi cago yia the Wabash, July 5th, for a few weeks' tour of the East, covering the following route: Detroit, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Kingston, St. Lawrence River, Thou sand Islands, Montreal, Ottawa, Que bee, White Mountains, Portland, Me. Old Orchard, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, i3al timore, Washington, Pittsburg and Toledo. Rates very reasonable. For com plete itinerary of the trip, with rates and other details address, F. H. TRISTRAN, Ass't General Passenger Agent, 97 Adams St., Chicago. Michigan. Central Excursions. The Michigan Cantral on Fri day and Saturday of each week until September 29th will sell week-end return tickets to St. Joseph, Demon Harbor, New Buffalo, Three Oaks, Harbor, New Buffalo, Three Oake, Buchanan and Niles, Michigan at $2.00 vfor round trip. To Dowagiac and return, 2.75. To Lawton and returr), $3.00. .'.Good for retufn un til Monday after date of sale. I. E. Dickinson, e,9,t. - Ticket Agent. Legal Notice. No. 8199. Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D. C, May 2. 1906. Werea3, by satisfactory evidence presented to the uudeisigned, it hap been made to appear that "The Citiz ens German National Bank of Ham mond," in the City of Hammond in the County of Lake of Indiana, has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States, required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking Now therefore, I. Thcmas, P. Kane, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of th - 1 Currency do hereby certify that "The Citizens German National Bank of Hammond, in the County cf Lake and State of Indiana, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section fifty one hundred and sixty nine cf the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and Seal of office this second day of May, 1906, T. R. Kane Deputy and Acting Comptroller cf the Currency. (Seal) 5-5-tJ Time Tabl ERIE RAILROAD. IN EFFECT Judo S5, 1905 At UA.M1IOND, IND GOING EAST sNo 24 Huntington Acmdation 8.10 am No 4 New York and Boston Vestibuled Limited-..11.53 am xNo 14 Welle Fargo Express. . 4.20 pm No 2tS Rochester Ac'inodation 4.35 pm No 10 Chauauqua and Buffalo L'mited 5:50 pm No 8 New York Express 10:25 pm i No 102 Bass Lake Special 9 :00 am xNo 23 Chi to Hammond only 6;55 pm GOISQ WEST xNo 27 Chicago Accomodation 5:45 am No 7 Chicago Express 6:12 am No 9 Chicago Limited 7:00 am No 25 Chicago Accomodation 8:45 am xHo 21 Chicago " 3:50pm yo 3 t nicago vein Dtiled Limited 4:40 pm yNo 13 Wells Fargo Express 9:40 pm i No lot (. mcago special ... 8 :50 pm Dailf x Daily except Sunday y Daily except Monday l Sunday only A. M. DeWeese, Ticket Agent C. L. Edos, Traveling Passenger Agent Miru Ohio. MICHIGAN CENTEAL. The Niagara Falls Route. Time card in effect June 17111, 1906: Trains East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Ex.. 7:58 a. ra. No. 42, C.rand Rapids Spl. Ex, 1:54 p. m. No. GO, Resort Spl. Friday and Saturday only 2: 37 p. to. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'm. Ex, 3:55 p. ra. No. 44, Grand Rapid3 Exp. D., 7:40 p. ra. No. C, Detroit Express, D ...10:47 p. ra. No. 36, Atlantic Express. D..,. 12: 49 a. m. No. 14 due at 3:47 p. m. will stop for passengers for Kalamazoo or points cast thereof. No. 10 due at 11:10 a. m. will stop for passengers for liuffalo or points east thereof when advance notice is given. Trains West. No. 41, Grand Rapids and Chicago Exp. D 6:20 a. m. No. 37, Pacific Express D. 6:40 a.m. No. 63, Resort Spl Monday only.. 9:22 a. m. No. 27, Chicago Acc'm Ex. 9:55 a. in. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Exp.. 11:53 a. ra. No." 9, Mich &. Chicago Exp. D. . . . 2:06 p. ra. No. 45, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Spl. D 4: 08 p. m No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.J 5:12 p. ra. No. 47, Kal. & Chgo. Exp. Ex.... .7:05 p. m. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only 9:13 p. m. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. ra. Ex.- Daily except Sunday. D. Daily. ft I. E. Dickinson, Agent. M0I10I1 Time Table Effectiye Juno 3d, 1906. No So --'I f!2 08 am No 5 9 19 am No 33 12 50 pm No 39 3 55 pra No 3 . 9 50 pra , v- NORTH ;x NO 4 J62s v- No 36 No 40 lf f . ,1 ' No 32. --i,kj'-------lrll axa No 38 s4 39 rra No 6 5 02 pm No 30 x7 49 pm S Denotes Sunday only. X Daily except Sunday. F Flag stop only. J. C. Dowhiks, AffCDk. Excursions Erie Railroad. 13.35 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets on eaU July 6th and July 2th. Return limit 30 days from date of sale. One dollar excursion to Ba3 Lake, led., commencing June 24th and every Sunday following until Sept. 2Cd, 190G, inclusive. Good only oa i Sunday special excursions. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mexico. June 24th to July Ctb ; one fare plus $2 00 fcr round trip. Good returning until Sept. 15tb, 1906. Special excursion to Eoston, Mass., Juno 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 17, one fare plni $1. 00 for round trip; good returning until Jaly 15, 1905. To Bippus, Ind. east, Chicago, lit, west, and and all intermediate points and return, every Sunday at ons fara for round trip, good going and re- j turning only on date of sale. Bag. ' gage cannot be checked oa Sunday ex cursion ticket. For additional information call at Erie ticket oSlce" or write A. M. Da Vteese, assistant agent Erie Rallroai Co., Hammond. Lai, u i I I t s. ..