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TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1906
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN Want Column Special gale of Railroad Watcher for todays only. CHAS. ARKIN, 6-1-lmo 142 Hobniau St. Wanted Waiters Restaurant. at the 'Maice 4-10-tf Stont'i coal leaves no whiskers on the store lids Best that can be bought. Try it. No. 230 State street Phone 1622 1-6-tf Geo. P. Stoat leads in coal and wood. If you are nut dealing with him you are the . looker. No. 230 State street Phone 1C22 1-6 tf. Carter's first class livery and nn dertakinss; open day and night. Am bulance calls answered promptly 0-29-tf FOR RENT One or two rooms, modern conveniences, near business district. Call at Times Office. 6-7 tf FOR RENT Very desirable room. Telephone 31 .1. G,22,tf; TO RENT Five rooms furnished for light housekeeping, close to busi ness, near Central park and library. Call 247 Michigan avenue. C,23,3t. STRAYED OR STOLEN Brown mare about twelve yiars old, two white hind feet and a star in fore head. Is 15 ii hands high, weighs about 1,000 pounds. Has the heaves. Llberol reward for information. V. Fredencks, Sharpshooters park, Ham mond, lnd. Telephone 3193.-0,25,31. FOR SALE CHEAP 9 room house, 50 foot lot, in heart of the city. In quire 19 State street, Hammond. 6,24,1m. WANTED Waitress and dish washer. .Good wages. Hammond Cafe. G,2&,3.t. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Trustees of school, City of Ham mond, will receive bids until ( p. m., July 12th, 190C, for the furnishing of coal for Hammond public schools. Bidding blanks furnisned on appli cation by the Superintendent. Roam reserves right to reject any or ali bld3. H. F. Meikle, Secy. 6, 19, 3w. New Map of Lake Ccuntyjnd. Mr. J. T. Edwards of Crown Point, has nearly completed ono of tho mo accurate and up-to-date maps evei published of Lake County, after twi years of hard labor. Map will bi completed in a few weeks. Send in your order to J. T. EDWARDS, Crown Puint, lnd., or R. L MILLER, Hammond, hid. State of Indiana. County of Lake, In Justice Court. Kif.iro William A. jor I ian. Justice of the Margaret K. Stewart, Plaintiff, C. A. Curtis, whoso true christian name is unknown. Smith tt Justus .Y!.r. Co.. u coriHiration. Pittshurtr, Fort Wayne it Chicago Ky. Co.. a corporation. Pennsylvania Company, a cor poration, defendants. NOTICE. The Plaintiff in the above cause havinjr filed her complaint therein, together with ttiealTidavit of a conitietent iersoii. stating- therein that the defendant C. A. Curtis, whose true christian name is unknown is a iion-re-sideul of the State of Ind iana. and that said Cuatis ba resilient u' theSts.;t of Ohio. tThat the defendant Smith A Just us Manufacturing Co!iian, a corpor.'niou. is a foreign corporation, and that the cause of action ikllesred in plaintilT's conmlaint arose in this state, and that the action is brought to enforce collecti on of pl.iiut ill's dain:iud upnn iroierty now held in this State by foreclosing: a boanl ins house lien in favor -f plavititT mnn sai(i property, au 1 that each of said defendants have property within this state. Now, Therefore, the said defendants C. A. Curtis, whnse true christ ian name is unknown, end Smith A Justus Mfr. Co.. a corporation, are each hereby nmirie l that unless they be and appear before m, th? un lersiijneJ Justice of the Peace on Saturday, the isth day of Auirust. iwt5. at the heariiiif of said cause to tie held at my of fice. Room 7 Tapper LUoek. in the City of Ham mond. In said Count v and Slate and answer or demurrer to plaintiff's complaint in siid cause, the same will be heard and determined in their absence IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and artix the seal of said Court this 231 day of J une, 19o.. W ILL 1AM A. JORDAN, Justice of the Peace. UNCALLED FOR LETTERS. The following letters ' remain un called for at the Hammond postofhee for the week ending JJune 25, 06: Mr. C. A. Borders. Mr. Chas. Callahan. Mr. H. P. Cahow. Mr. Nick Connely. Mr. Will Deal. Mr. and Mrs. Dubbs. E. E. C. H. Dubridge. F .It. Oilman. Mrs. G. E. Leville. J. 0. Mahon. Mr. Thos. M. O'Connor. Mr. S. P. Plain. Mr. Hugh Wyiie. Wm. H. Gostlin. 1 M. 4d.ti dhi ctj i BEST IN TOWN When You Are Hunirrv XbMtMBER irlfe M AINE rBtadramt AND LUNCH ROOM I CI ! i Meal at Al Hoars For Ladies and Gentlemen BEREOLOS BROS., ry iz-' a. it rJ 122 S. Ifohm&n Street BtROjyOIES It Is understood that developments Ire now under way in the reorganiza- tion of the complicated affairs of ices Cincinnati, Hamilton k Daytcn-Pere j Marquette railway system,, by which: ill the pending litigation will be' ad justed, the disputes over the leases1 imicabiy settled and the property: subdivided, units being turned over to other railway systems. F. Hitchcock is attending a meet ing of the American association of locai freight ,' agents. Captain Downing of the Monon "lae been under the weather for sev eral days. INDUSTRIAL NOTES Gostlin Meyn & Co. report one of the busiest periods in the history nf their real estate business here in the city, Every body has faith in the future of Hammond and are Invest ing their money accordingly. The Hammond Realty Co. ha3 ar ranged to build ten or twenty new houses immediately in the hopes of helping to supply at least a part of the demand for new houses. TYPHOID FEVER. Sources of Thin Dangrrooi and Pro tracted Disease. Although there is always more or les typhoid fever in most of the larger cities of this country, the late summer and autumn are the seasons when it 13 most to be feared. The disease is not so formidable, aa regards the mortality, as some others, but its great length and the evil conse quences which sometimes follow it in the form of weak heart, weak spine or nervous disorders make it quite as se rious as some which are more fatal, but far. less protracted. Unless one knows how the disease is usually spread one cannot hope to avoid It, and so it may be useful to consider in what ways the germs of the malady find their way into the sys tem. Water is the usual vehicle for ty phoid germs, as is well known, and probably all great outbreaks of the dis ease in cities are due to an infected water supply. This has been strikingly shown in Philadelphia, where soma parts of the city are supplied with fil tered water find others with unfiltered or mixed water; Comparing two parts of the city, in which the conditions, ex cept as to water supply, are almost the same, it was found that in the one sup plied with filtered water the occurrence rate of typhoid fever was one in five thousand, while in the others, in which tho unfiltered water was drunk, it was one in sixteen hundred. Rut a city with an ideal water sup- ply may be scourged with typhoid , iever, aunougn less severely, tnrougn the medium of impure ice, and It is al most as important to know where the lee is cut, or with what water it is made, if artificial, aa where the city water comes from. Not long since a number of o'dieers on one of the United States ships in the Mediterranean squadron were taken down with ty phoid fever. When the source of the infection was traced it was found to be some ice bought at Athens, the ice ma chine on shipboard having broken down. Another source of infection is found in oysters that have been fattened in streams contaminated with sewage. Not only has typhoid followed the eat ing of these lish, but the typhoid bacilli have been found in the stomachs of the oysters. Paw vegetables used for salads may have been grown In soil contaminated with slops used as fertilizers or may have been washed in infected water. Unless a water supply is above sus picion all that used for drinking, tootli cleaning and in the kitchen should be boiled and the drinking water cooled by putting vessels containing it on th Ice. not by putting ice in the water it self. - Finally, great care should be taken to screen all food from flies, for It there is a case of typhoid fever in th neighborhood flies may become most active distributers of the poison. Youth's Companion. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Jealousy is like some other things the lid should be kept on it. When you say no. say it in a manner that will leave no doubt of your mean ing. When giving advice to others here I a small slice to serve yourself: Keep still more. How little the best doctor knows! And how helpless he is In the presence of serious illness! It is said that disappointment is hard ; to bear, but we all stand it pretty well j when we look in the glass, nj j A man just starting into a law suit ff has more faith in courts than his at in j toruey ever claims to have. j There are too many young men who pi start out to make their mark in the world and stop at a soda fountain or f i hammock on the way. Atchison Globe. There Are Xo Certain One. "The ouly objection I have to this story." said the cynical bachelor, "is the frequent use of the phrase 'a cer tain srirl.' The phrase is grossly inac curate, as everybody well knows that all girls are exceedingly uncertain." Chicago News. STOLWII explains! Tells the Russ Deputies What the Government Has Dene to Relieve Distress. DENIES SOME SERIOUS CHARGES Radical Make3 a Vitriolic Attack on the Ministry. Deputies Adopt a Resolution to Take the Matter of ltelief Out of the Cabinet's Hands. St. Petersburg, June 20. The second &PIcarance of Interior Minister Stoly pin in the lower house of parliament to answer an interpellation about the gov ernmental measm-cs for famine relief, especially the alleged orders tnat re lief b not given into the districts where agrnriandisordershave occurred, or to the wives or families of .-peasants Imprisoned as revolutionists, was the occasion for another exciting scene. Storm broke when M. Stolypin, after giving a serious reply to the criticism of his response by Prince Lvoff ami other moderates, turned to M. Alladin, who made one of his usual virulent speeches and declared that "As an ex ecutive officer of the government. I refuse to notice the calumnies or fa bles of the left." Radicals Exhibit Themselves. The radicals thereupon made no::-y demonstrations of disapproval, hissing - and shouting, "Assassin." "Liar."! "Jew baiter," and "Resign." The dem- j ont.ration continued for some time in i spite of the eff orts of President Mou- j rornsieff to restore order. After giving i .Igures showing that the expenditures j for famine relief in 1900 amounted' to ?:?7,000.000 M. Stolypin said the min istry would soon come before the hou.se with a request for a sum almost as large required for this year, though the famine conditions were exagger ated. Charges Generally Denied. lie then took up the charge of with holding relief as a punitive measure in disorderly districts, which was the kernel of the interpellation, and en tered a general denial. The minister explained that such action had been taken where the peasantry in their un reasoning wrath had destroyed the magazines of grain accumulated for their relief. This, however, was only temporary and in thousands of cases assistance had been given to families of particiiKints in disorders.. ALLADIN LETS HIMSELF LOOSE Stolypin's Explanations Not Satisfac tory to the Deputies. There were no audible expressions 0f disapproval when M. Stolypin rin- ished his explanation. The flrst four j speakers who followed treated Stoly- j pin with the greatest courtesy, though j criticising the accuracy of his informs- j tion and the wisdom of the govern-! mental measures. M. Alladin then j mounted the rostrum and flatly chal-l leuged tho truth of M. Stolypin's ex-! phuiation. He stated that he had docu- j nientary eviuento that the policy of converting the revolutionary populace by allowing them to starve was de vised by the vice minister of the in terior, tlurko. who after standing spon sor to the idea several times when on agrarian commissions and during the ministry of M. Durnovo, was now placed in charge of the agrarian re lief by M. Stolypin. The '-speaker declared that the house was ready to appropriate the money asked for by M. Stolypin. but its dis bursement must be entrusted tc a par liamentary commission, where three fourths of it would not adhere to the fingers of "the bureaucratic thieves," who occupied high as well as low places in the ministry. "Not a :ingle copeck to a ministry in which are such j a man as tlurko. who now sits smil- j ing with affected indifference at my i right" said M. Alladin in conclusion.! Stolypin's explanations were of no j avail. The majority adopted a resolu- i tion denouncing the present ministry and giving the agrarian commission of; parliamnt the duty of planning relief ' enitrely under control of parliament. A report made to War Minister Ru diger by (nneral Rader. the ex-commandant of the Hialystok garrison, re iterates theehnrges that the Jews were responsible fer the msssacre by throw !r. bombs and tiring revolvers at or thodox processions and attacking gov ernment buildings after order had been restored. Cenent! Pader also character izes the conduct of the" troops as splen did and says the newspaper accounts of the excesses are deliberate lies. The Novoe Vremya Is conducting a campaign for the exculpation of the iocal authorities of Hialystok, and prints an enumeration of the revolu tionary crimes committed there this year, filling two columns and detailing fifty-three separate cases as justfica tion for the racial feeling. - Will Teach John Iinll Something;. Iondon. June 2i. II. G. Selfridsre, of Chicairo. announces the formation of a dry sroods corporation to d busi ness in London, and to be known a Selfrid.ce fc Waring. The corporation, which will have a capital stock of ("l.i"0. has secured a site on Oxford stnt't and expects to open for busi ness in September. lf"7. The new storo will be modeled after th? Mar- fihan Field store in Chk-ncb. and will be about half the else of that establish tent. A PARIS EEAU TY briQ?. Crooked Xoe. Are straii'tenct aod '. ; r Wrinkle Hisappe'ar bj- Mnic. : r tae delays ana complications or a From time immemorial women have ' chancery snit In which h- was en based to be beautiful and above all to l a-txL "Bl Ee-""?aid ih jnu5or ad" ernaia beautiful. : vocat ! never turd of anything Diet and rest are the two most popu lar beauty prescriptions In France a woman doctor has gone a step further and started a regular Ins-iuty institute, whore everything ministcrim: to the cult of feminine beauty is a subject of I OH HOLLOW CHEEKS. ; earnest study and experiment. To this ; "beauty shop" patients flock from ail , over the world. ' The physician in chief of the beauty institute is a great believer in electric ity and in hypnotism, and those who ; put themselves "under her charge must bear in mind the old French proverb, "II faut souffrir pour etre belle," which j may be roughly translated as "To be ! beautiful you must be ready to endure pain." j "What do you consider the most j hopeful class of patients?" was asked tie oeauiy pnj sictau. "Tll caso from our point of view is the pretty woman verging on middle age who has gradually become indifferent to her personal appearance, sbe is rather too stout, crow's feet uaw beSUQ to appear, her double chin indicates a too generous uiet ana neg lect of exercise, her once lustrous hair has become thin and dull in tint, her smooth forehead is covered with a net work of thin lines age is creeping on her fast. She comes to us in great dis may and is willing to go through any thing in order to regain her youth and the admiration of her friends." "And can you give her back the lost ! years The beauty doctor smiled. "If it is true that a woman is only the age that she looks we can do a great deal for such a patient as I have Just described. We begin by giving h?r a fortnight of no starch diet. This is severe, I admit, but it works wonders both in reducing obesity and in toning up the whole system. A little regular exercise, say . an hour in the morning and half an hour in the afternoon, makes a real difference in the patient's general appearance, andJ then at the end of fifteen days devoted to simple hygienic treatment liegins the special local treatment of the tissues that ts, of the wrinkles or crow's feet of the double chin 'and flabby cheeks, of tke lack luster hair and coarsened com plexion." "You believe in a combination of massage and electricity?" "Yes, and in the hypnotic suggestion of the person administering the rem edy. Massage has always been of too greatest beauty producing value; so AM- 1 t' 7 J I i. V Writs'- .' . .1. '!'. . :( . - r. f i ii.rh' M 4' STEAIGnTEXIXG TUE NOSE. have medical baths. Electricity is, of course, a comparatively new discovery and is especially useful in correcting actual physical defects. With its help we sometimes perform cures width : seem miraculous, but I always warn , ! beauty patients that electricity, even j ; massage, should only be used under j medical supervision or doctor's ordero. 1 I "There is many a woman willing to j ! go through any form of torture which j may minister to her vanity. Such a i woman is the natural prey of tbe 1 quack. She spends a fortune on com ' plexion lotions, antifat pills and beau ty compelling emollients, to say noth ing of rouge and powder." i '"Then you do not claim to make plain women pretty?" "We claim to improve the personal appearance of every patient, acd among our most faithful clients are ac . tresses, singers and professional wo men generally." Health In a Hnblt. ; Health Is really a habit that of llv ! ins: right. If we get into the right ! habit of living we shall have little tro'i ; ble in keeping ourselves in good condi- tion, physically and mentally, j Get into the habit of breathing prop- erly. Expand the lungs and fill them full of air as often during the day as ' you think of it. But good physical habits are not all. The mental habits must also be regn- lated. If you are in the habit of talk i ing about every little ill. pain or ache stop it at once. Ion"t think that rou have to tell somebody every- time your head aches or your heart palpitates or ' your stomach refuses to digest some ; horrid food you lrcve forced upon it. - j Tbere are 80 mavsT otLer to tal:)E about. i fot to De Found In the Report. A prominent Philadelphia lawyer was narratms to a younger advocate some paruiei to mai.eicopi jar-iuvn- u-isus Jarndyee." The other at oncv looked thoughtful and pretty poon. pleading an engagement, went off. The next morning I.c went into the younger man s orhi-e with sn air of great vex- a tion. "Look here: can't you remember he said. "Why names accurately ? Here I've s;'.-:it the whole niht try ing to raid that case of Jarndyee ver sus Jarndyee that you mentioned, and there isn't any such case in the Penn sylvania law reports at all:" The Word "I'apa." For some time after tho word "papa" was taken into the English language in the seventeenth century it w:is re stricted to courtly and polite speech and was common even among adults. Long after it had Inx-ome childish it was still accounted genteel. Hood wrote of one who was "genteelly taught to say. not father, but papa." "Papa" may 1 comparatively a new comer into the English language, but it is as old as Homer. Nausican in the "Odyssey" calls her father "pappa phile" dear papa. Canals txuA ttoaila In Franre. It is curious that the French, who have done more than most natims to cultivate the graces of life, should be the people to boast the most perfect system of canals and roads in the world; more curious still that, when most practical, they are still careful not to sacrifice the purely graceful or decorative. The roads and canals are built for use, but between thejr serried ranks of poplars they become so many stately groves and avenues, crossing the count r- from end to end. Century. Wabash excursions FROM CHICAGO S14.40 $20.00 $21.00 $22,50 $21.00 TCROfiTO and Return. On sale da MWTREAL and Relun. On sate daily CCNCGfiO and Retnrn. Cn a imi IS to 30. and iu'r 18. Aug 8 A. 22; Sept. & and 13. PCRTLANO, Me., and Reluru. Selling dates same as to Ccncotd RUTLAND. Vt.. and Retutr, Seling dates same as to CuPced Proportionate rates to many other points in Canada and New England For complete details as to stop-overs ,etc.ad Jress I H. TRISTRAM, Assistant General Passengrer Agent. 07 Adams St.. CHICAGO. By virtue of a certified copy f a decree to me directed bv the Clerk of the Lake Circuit Court in a case wherein Vermont Savings Hank is plaintiff and James N. Younjr and others are defendants, requiring me to sell the follo-viii(? described parcel of pronnd for the purpose of ma king- from such !tue the sum of fJotiwt for the satisfaction of a lien therein declared to exist asainst said parcel in favor of the cross com plainant Wm.F Bridge for taxes, tog-ether with interest on said sum and costs. I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday the 30th. day ot Jim 1906. 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 $206.74 with interest and casts 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 realiz 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. Schreiber in the sum of $100.0' and in terest and costs. 2nd To a lien of the plaintvfl in the sum of f - xt.lH) and interest and costs. 3rd To a lien of Frederick A. Morgan as sole administrator cuni testamento annexo de bonis non of theestate of William Treutler, deceased, in the sum of $4i9.6o. 4th Any balance to the defendant James N Young. Such sale shall be made without relief of va luation and appraisement laws and without right of redemption, and upon payment of the purchase mney a j'.-ed of the sheriff of Lake County shall fort'.r.vith De issued :o the pur chaser. in case the said James N. Young shall pay the ; said hen of the said Bridge to the Clerk of taid i court cu or before the 16th day of June, 19o. then said parcel of ground shall be sold for the sa- tisfaction of said liens of the cross complainant Schreiber 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 , sue!1, sale tc n;ade as hereinabove provided, but with the rc-liei granted by the valuation and appraise ment laws of the State of Indiana and with the statutory right of redemption accorded m the foreclosure of morteages. Under said decree, such saie. hether to sat isfy any c-ne or more of the above liens, shall operate to foreclose All rights of 'he plaintifT and the above named defendants ana cross com plainants and the defendant Mary G. Young. Klla M. Hayes. Mary .Schreiber aad the Board ot Commissioners of said County of Lake. 1 Ait LEs J. DAt'GKERTY. sheriff Lake County. Chester F. ?fass'.::h. H Karr P:H i n iff c At' r " " v 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs ?fi1 Copyrights &c. Artrnrte fersc'in a ("ketch and description may qn'.e'ii? ascertain our opinion free wr.emer a invention i prebablT paiet.'aH. Comtnunics ttonrrsct1y"onadentlal. HANDBOOK or. Patent tent fre. Ul.1f meeacr for seountijf patents. Paoftn taken throuwb Muiin A Co. receive rffial riyiwt, without cbwge. la the Scientific American. Aban5torf)e?ylt!t!trtea weetlr. I unrest ctr. culatevm of anr -it!tiac Journal. Term. H Tpir: f inr nu.'ittss, $L fioMbjail newsdealeM. iilli fifi & Co.33lSfoa Hew York SHERIFF'S SALE V 4 F .i rid:3 Pennsylvania Line Schedule in effect Sunday, Not.! 26, '"05 Lr Ilarnd Ar Cci Lv Chi Ar Hamd s a 50 a m 6 45 a m sll 3i p m 12 32 a tc a;. 7 45 ' 'j oo 0 25 a m 5 s: 60: " - 05 ' : so " - li " ' 1 SI " ? t . ' K li " 6 2ti 6 41 is 59 9 01 10 ii 12 3x 4 45 i 3 "i 2 6 41 I ! OO $10 il li Id 1 12 35 p ni 1 35 p ni 31 4 Su X 4 5 3i f . 3 2 x : co e so Daiiv x Daily except Sun d a Siindav on'.r WABASH RAILROAD East Eour.a. . 4 Local j ointr te No Detroit. i ; -i 'r. ti. .ff.uO r.n.cad . . : 4 5 p. m . Ha Nv h trrc.n ilammond . g r. xt .i r. New V o r k . Tare; York West Reread. Nc. to c hi cage Pi., Hammond ; t : 10 a. m. N c. if tc Uiic-igc-. rt Louis & Kan- s-as City, Hammond . ... v:34 a. m. No. 1 to ChiCaiJ. iiummond .'. . . o : 0 3 p. :n. No. 13 to Chicago St. Lcuis A: Kan sas City i:40 p. m. Trains No. 6 and 5 are through trains to Toledo. O. and Pittsburg. Fa., with chair cars and sleeper. Alt trains oaily. For any information 'phone 2 7 1. or write F. il. Tristram, asi. Gen. Pasgr Agt. 9 7 Adams street. C yea- go, Hi. Fred N. Hitkok. Agent. llammcnti Personally Conducted Four Eastern Tour. Week's A personally conducted party in a special train of Pullman Sleepers, in cluding a dining car, will leave Chi cago via 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 bec, White Mountains, Portland, Me., Old Orchard, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, 13al tiinore. Washington, Pittsburg and Toledo. Rates very reasonable. For com plete itinerary of the trip, with rates and other details address, F. H. TRI3TEAN, 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 2i)th will sell week-end return tickets to St. Joseph, Benton Harbor, New Buffalo, Three Oaks, Harbor, New Buffalo, Three Oaks, Buchanan and Niles, Michigan at $2.00 for round trip. To Dowagiac and return, $2.75. To Lawton and return, S3. 00. Good for return uq til Monday after date of sale. 1. E. Dickinson, 6,9,6t. . Ticket-Agent. Legal Hotice. No. 8199. Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D. O., May 2. 1906. Werea3, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, ic bag 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 the Currency do hereby certify that "The Citizens German National Bank of Hammond, in the County cf Lake and State cf Indiana, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and Seal cf office this second day of May. 1906, T. R. Kane Deputy and Acting : Comptroller cf tbe Currency. (Seal) 5-5-tj CHICHESTER'S ENGLISl PENNYROYAL PILLS Kafp. A)wiit r!iab ask Dtxprist fot HIOIE.tr KK'W E.OLIH in Bed and volt mftaUic Ixiie. seall with bioe ribbon. Take no oitier. Kefaae dsntrrttdi aalMti tattoos and inaliaiioaa. Buy of your Dnggi, or send 4c. in .-2:p for Particular. Tetl. moDiali aol "Ilclirr for L-adlea." in letter, fcr retnrn nail. lo.OOO Tesamouiala. Sold bf ail JjruggisiA. CHICHBSTEB CHBMTCAL CO. Time Tab! ERIE RAILROAD. Oi EFFECT June 25, 1905 At H.MiOXD, IHD 6CINS EAST xNc 24 Huntington Acmd&tion 8.10am Nc 4 New York and Boston Vestibuled Limited 11.53 ara xNo 1 Wells Fargo Express.. 4.23 pra No "Jt" F.ochester Ae'modation 4.35 pm ; "No 10 cnauauqua ana iua&io j L mi tea 5:53 pm i Nc J New York Expref-s 10;25 cm No 102 Bass Lake Special 9:00 am xNc 2? Chi tc Hammond oniy 6;&a pm xNo 27 Chicago Accomodation 5:45 am i Nc 7 Chicago Express 6.12 am s Nc 9 Chicago L'mited . 7:00 am I No 25 Chicago Accomodation 8:45 am j xrio 21 Chicago " 3:50 pm Nc -i Chicago Ve a ti baled ( Limited ... 4:40 pm yNo 13 Wells Fargo Exprcs 9:40 pra ! I No 101 Chicago Special. .-w - 8:50 pra i PaiU j x .Daily except Sunrta? y Daily except Monday U-Sucday only A M. DeWeese, Tiexjt Agent. L. Enos, Traveling Passenger Agent !tir.iB Ohio. MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The Niagara Falls Route. Time card In effect Juno 17thf 90 6: Trains East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Ex.... 7:5S a. rn. No. 42, Grand Rapids Spl. Ex. 1:54 p. m. No. 60, Resort Spl. . Friday and Saturday only 2:, 37 p. in. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'm. Ex, 3:5 5 p. m. No. 44, Grand Rapida Exp. D.. 7:40 p. m. No. 0, Detroit Express, D 10:47 p. in. No. 06, Atlantic Express, D.... 12: 49 a. m. No. 14 due at 3:47 p. m. will stop for passengers for Kalamazoo or points east thereof. No. 10 due at 11:10 a. m. will stop for passengers for Buffalo or points east thereof when advance notice U given. Trains West. No. 41, Grand Rapids and Chicaeo Exp. D 6:20 a. m. No. 37, Pacific Express D. 6:40 a.m. No. C3, Resort Spl Monday only.. 9:22 a. m. No. 27, Chicago Acc'm Ex. 9: 55 a. m. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Exp. . . . , .11:53 anu No. 9, Mich & Chicago Exp. D. . . . 2:06 p. m. No. 4 5, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Spl. D ...... . 4: 08 p. m. No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex . . .... &:12 p. m. No. 4 7, Kal. & Chgo. Exp. Ex.... 7:05 p. m. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only 9:13 p. ra. No. CI, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. m. Ex. Dally except Sunday. D. Dally. I. E. Dickinson, Agent. r.iouon Time Table Effective June 3d, 1906. SOUTH No 35 No 5 fl2 08 ara 9 19 am . 12 50 pin 3 55 pm 9 50 pra No 33 No 39 NOBTH - .6 10 ara -f6 47 am 936 am . 11 11 ara No 35 - No 40 . No 32 No 28 - s4 39 pm No 8 5 02 pra No 30- x7 49 pra S Denotes Sunday only. X Daily except Sucdayy F Flag stop only. . J. C. Dowjusg, A pent. Excursions Erie Railroad. 13. 35 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets on sale July 6tb and July 27th. Return limit 30 days from date -of sale. One dollar exenrsien to Bass Lake, lnd.. commencing Jane 24th and every Sunday following until Sept. 28d, 10C6. inclusive. Good only oa Sunday special excursions. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mexico, June 24th to July 6th ; one fare pins $2.00 for round trip. Good returning until Sept. 15tb, 1906. Special excursion to Boston, Mass., June 2, 4, 5, 8,-10, -17, one fare plu 11.00 for round trip; good ' returning until July 15, 1906. To Bippus, lnd. eaEt, Chicago, lit, west, and and all intermediate points and return, every Sunday at one fara for round trip, good going and re turning only on date of. sale. Baar gage cannot be checked on Sunday ex cursion tickets. For additional information call al Erie ticket office or write A. 11. De Weese, assistant agent Erie Railroad Co., Hammond, lnd.