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FRIDAY. JUNE '29. 1906
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN i j I i wsnf I Aliimn Special gale of Railroad Watches for "0 days only. CUAS. ARKIN. 6-1-lrno 142 Hobmsn St. Wanted Waiters at the '"Maine .Restaurant. 4-10-tf Stont'a ccal leaves no whiskers on the stove lids Best that can be fccught. Try it. No. 230 State street. Phone 1622 1-6-tf Geo. P. atout leads in coal and wood. If you are nut dealing with him you are the looser No. 230 State street Phdne 1622 1-6-tf. Carter's first class livery and un dertaking; open day an 1 night. Am balance calls answered promptly. S-29-tf FOR U2N'T Very desirable room. Telephone 31 -1. 6,22,tf. LOST A diamond shaped pin Tuesday evening near 32S State Btreet. Pin wao lettered M. li. S. Will finder please return the same to Miss Myrtle Frame, 323 State street. 6-27-3t. FOR SALE. Saloon for sale cheap 229 East State St. M. Lukawski. 6-26-5t. FOR SALE CHEAP 9 room house, 50 foot lot, in heart of the city. In quire 19 State street, Hammond. 6,24,1m. WANTED. Painter, must have had factory eivpereince at implement paint. Call t Champion Potato Machine Co. 6-28-2t MALE . HELP WANTED. Fore man wanted for macadam street pa ving, also laborers and teams, Salter, Smith & Bader, Whiting. 6-23-3t FOR SALE At a bargain, 2 flat buildings on Magaun avenue, East Chicago; rent for $20. Price $1500 Easy payments. Ladd Agency. 6,28,lw. LOST A cow, mouse colored Jer sey and Olney. Short horned, smal. sized cow, iron collar. Reward fo return to C. G. Brown, Ivy street, be tween 136 and 137 streets.Indian. Harbor. 6,25, 6t. , WANTED Polish girl for dial washing and kitchen work. Ap ply, Mrs. Curtis, Erie Hotel. 6,20,1 WANTED Girls to wait on tabk Good wages. Hammond Cafe, 14 Hohraan street. 6.27..Tt. NCH tV.dp 0l tdhC C;Utiij,t.i Mr J. T Edwuvds ot Uiowu Poiii has nearly completed one of tha an accurate and up-to-date maps. evr published of L.ike County, after iv years of hard labor Mrp will completed iu a few weeks. ( Send n jour order to J T ED-WAKf " '.I' Crown Poiut, tuJ or R. L MILLER, tiftUlUHlItli lud Stat of Indiana, County of Lake, In J untie? Court, Ht.foie VvMluim A. Jor ititn. Jiki 'ce of the i'eace. Margaret B. Stowart, Plaintiff, V3 C. A. CnttiH. whose true christian nunm U unknown. Smith Justus Mfsr. Co.. a corporation. l'its!imj. Fort Wuync & Chicago Ky. Co., a oruoration. I onn i.vlvnnia Compaiiy. a cor porati'm. itHi'iiilimt. NOTICR. The I'lairtiiT in the abovo caie having fitt l'.er complaint therein, together with t honiTida . ' of a oonipetunt per.n. tta: therevi that tiv defendant C. A. Curtis, whosp trt'.ceh.riHtian na.n is unknown is ;i noTi-roHtcnt of tno state of !n iana.and tli'H sai-i Cuut is is a rc-ti lent o t ho Sta of Ohio. jThat lv (CffmUitit Smith AJustu Manufactiirinif t.o;n,ifny. a tfortoition. is foroi.ra eoriioraii'-n. 1 that tht1 ca tso of actio ellesred in pHii't;i;TN enrntdaint- arose in th state, and that the n-ti n is bro-.isjht to enfor collection of plaint l!f's da;nand mun proper now heM iti tin Sta: by foreoloinsr a !osv inij houe lien in f ivor of plaintiff uwrt .v pix;ierty. Bit t tn.it e.ioh "f s ill defendants ha pro:wrty wtth.ln ihU static Now, Therefore, the sai 1 dofondant? C. .'. Ccrti. who.'-e true chi istian name is unknow and Smith t?- Just Mf;r. Co.. a corpnrati" are eaelt hereby untitle:! that nnles they be an appear befor m. the an.l'jrsisr.K4 1 Justiito of t it l'eac on Saturday. theiMh day of August. 1! at the hearinsf of paid cause to to held at my o fit. Room 7 Tapper HkvU, in lae City of Ha ntond, in mid County an I State and answer o demurrer to jdtiint-UFs com, daint iu s;iid causr the same will be heard and determined in' thei abaetjce ' 1ST VlTNns- "Wilimnoy. I hefenmo nty hand and a fix the al of said Court t Hi: 23d day of Juac, J'. '8. WILLIAM A. JORDAN. ... , Justiceof the I'eace. UNCALLED TOR LETTERS. lae lolloping letters remain un called for at the Hammond postoffice. for the week ending J June 2o. '0t5: Mr. ;C. A. Borders. MivChas. Callahan. Mr. H. H. Cahow. Mr. Nick Connely. Mr. Yv"Ul Deal. Mr. and Mrs. Dubbs. E. L C. ii. DubriJge. F Oilman, xrs. G. E. Leville. J. C. Mahon. Mr. Thos. M. O'Connor. Mr. ;s. P. Plain. Mr. 'Hugh Wylie. Win. H. Gostlia, P. M. ."H S a riij dti C Jb dS elb dii d i eta kJ. BEST IN TOWN ru Ut I Oi in r;' I - lr ft a When Vou Are Htinsrrv lit MEMBER THfc MA INE FTtmiraht AND LUNCH UOOM BIeai t A Hour? For Ladies and Gentlemen BEREOLOS BROS., 122 S. Hohman Street PRESENTED AT COURT Representative and Mrs. Long worth Are in the Line; Given Exceptional Honor. BSIDE IN HEE WEDDING DEESS Costumes of Other Daughters or Cn cle Sam Who Were Present King's Birthday Honors, London, June 20. Yesterday's court was made notable by the presentation of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ixmgworth. The royal circle was numerous and the procession of the king, queen and of ficers of fcfate was exceptionally bril liant. The king's breast glittered with orders and the qneen Avore beautiful jewels. The presentations from the United State in the diplomatic circle, in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Longworth, were Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick W. Whit ridge and Miss Wbitridge, of New York; John . A. Leishman, United States ambassador to Turkey, and Mrs. LHshman. The presentations in the general circle were Mrs. Frederick Bon edict, of Washington; Mrs. John Drexel. of Philadelphia; Miss Mathildo Townsend, of Washington, and Miss Ilallie l'rcmond, of Texas. Our Girl Specially Honored. President Roosevelt's daughter ex cited general attention. She wore her wedding gown, with a diamond ribbon at her throat and her hair was simply dressed. She was specially honored by King Edward and Queen Alexandra and the royal circle. Mrs. Drexel and Mrs. Benedict were also much observed. The former Was gowned in white with blue silver train. Mrs. Benedict was attired in a white and green empire i gown. Numbers of Jewish people availed themselves of King Edward's concession in holding the cotirt Thurs day night, instead of Friday, and at tended the function. After the presen tations King Edward and Queen Alex andra passed to the supper rxru and Immediately sent for Mr. and Mrs. Longworth to Join them. fling's Birrhday Honors Are libera!. A Ions list of the king's 1-irthday honors just issued is noticeable for the unusual number of six elevations to the peerage all Liberal? Including The Right Hon. Ieonnrd Henry Court ney, political economist, and Right Hon. (Jeorgt John Sluiw-Lefevre, mem ber of Liberal governments in 18S3-4. The morning's newspapers comment uii Lecriard" Courtney's elevation to" the peerage as the most striking feature of the . birthday honors. Courtney was onejsf tfhe strongest opponent jf the Poer w'ar. ' " 1 Diaz a Knight of the Bath. Among the other honors announced Porfirlo Pin., president" of Mexico, is nade honorary kriight grand cross of the Rath. Among the new knights tre John Mcl.eavy Brown, heft! of the u stems ami controller of finance of Korea; Luke Fildes, painter and illus trator, and Alee ( 'arm t hers (iould, marine and landscape painter: Robert L. Weatherbe. chief justice of Nova Scotia, ant! Aemilius Irving, a lender f the bar of Ontario, are given knight hood. Entertained by Paul Cambort. Loudon. .Tunc 2H. Paul Cambon. the French timbasstidor to the court of St. Tames, gave a dinner at his residence in Hyde Park to Ambassador White- law Held and Mrs-. Reid anil Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lougrlworth. The guests included members of the diplomatic -crvice and ol'icials of the foreign of- ice and their wives. WASN'T LABELED RIGHT Harmless Compound Called "Ple- Crnst Shortening" Is Non Per sona l rat in Minnesota. St. Paul, June 29. State Dairy and Food Commissioner Slater announces that he would very much like to get Ldin Alexander Howie, of Zion City, or his representative, within the limits of the state of Minnnesota. He said that his inspectors had located a lot of alleged pie-ertHt shortening in the store t a dealer in Winona, and the best the laboratory ofhcials could make of the concoction was that it was composed of tallow and cottonseed oil. It should hav obeen lab'ed "lard sub stitute." but it was not. The label on the can announced John Alexander Howie as the manufacturer and Zion City a the location of the factory. The dealer j won had the stuff iu stock was fined, j as is customary. Begged His Country's Pardon. Honolulu. June 20. Okomotu. Japan ese, and Lorenzo Coloiu a native of Porto Rico, both uxoricides, were hanged here. The Japanese, In a speech from the callows, begged the pardon of his home government for having dis graced the nation and of the local gov ernment for causing it the trouble of executing him. Enemies in His Household. London. June 20. The Times' St. Petersburg correspondent learns that the court is about to return to Tsars koe Selo owing to the discovery that there are revolutionaries among the palace-servants at Petvrhof. Right Ilorses Cremated. raterson. N. J., June 20. TwO flremeu were seriously injured, eight horses burned, and STO.000 worth cf property destroyed by a lire at the yards of the A. Hubbard Lumber coa Pny hex a. ''SI 31 31 to Consider how the United States Government protects to you, guaranteeing its delivery safe and in good order. -'t-r't rrr ii "V " L2 : 1-, "- n OSCAR HADLEY Popularly Known as the Farmers' Cam didate for Treasurer of State. Oscar Hadley of Plainfleld, Republi- can nominee for state treasurer, is a typical Indiana business man, farmer and stock raiser. While a candidate before the nominating convention he was known as the farmers' candidate, because over the state he is best: Henry Miller and Margaret Angliu known as a raiser and judge of fine ' believe in "trying out" plays before de stock, and is a member of the state oiding upon casting the fortunes of a board of agriculture. : season upon one. Recently Miss Anglin Oscar Hadley was born on a farm in gave a few trial performances of "Wil Hendricks county and has spent most liam Moody's "A Sabine Woman." of his life in the neighborhood where , Alia Xasimoff, the famous Russian his father and mother settled in the actress who created little short of a early days of the state. In addition to being one of the best known breed- ers of fine cattle in Indiana, he is president of the First National Bank of Plainfield. xmmmm "wy-wwyawv1 r t B " UAi4i.'cxtJ m& until a OSCAR HADLEY. Oscar Hadley was trustee of his township and has been treasurer of his county, and made an excellent record in both positions. Although he has not asked for a state office before, he is probably one of the best known men in Indiana who has not been in public service. He has a very wide acquaint ance among the substantial elements. He has been a member of the state board of agriculture for four years and had been a member of its execu tive board for two successive years. Fifteen years ago Hadley laid the foundations for a fine stock farm, and he is widely known not only as a j breeder, but as a judge of cattle. He has gained a wide acquaintance among I stock breeders and agriculturists by being called to all parts of the state to judge cattle at county fairs and cattle shows. He was one of the or ganizers of the Folled-Durham Breed ers' association of the United States one of the largest organizations of the kind in the world. He was ten I dered the presidency of the associa ; tion. but refused to accept it. j ! In the nominating convention M?. ! j Hadley proved himself a strong and a popular candidate, and it is pointed out that he is of the type of citizen who makes our best public officials, and it is believed he will attract many ; votes to the state ticket this fall. Be- j fore his nomination he declared him- i self in favor of the policy later en- j dorsed by the Republican platform of turning over to the state the interest I on all public funds. j Clergyman's Optimistic View. Rev. Dr. D. J. Stafford of St. Pat rick's church, Washington, D. C, who preached the baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of Ohio State universi ty, deplored the pessimistic views ta ken by economists 3nd scholars of so cial conditions and expressed his con fidence in the American people to suc cessfully combat all dangers. With this country prospering to a greater J .-. .Un v . J meie appears ! no reason "r me pessimistic notes ! of the agitators. Let us prosper and ' be wtl1 we ma5'- and let us i do aI1 Wd can t0 continue the present -j -thrifty condition of our couttry and iu whole people. ' i I on The NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY exercises even greater protecting foresight in delivering vt3 Eiscuit and Crackers to you. Fresh from the oven, they are enclosed in a dust tight, moisture proof package, on each end cf which is afTixed this trade mark in red and while. St7 Ginger Snaps Cri?? dsiidoas, goiden-brown morsels of sweetness and spice that everyone lores. CHEESE SANDWICHES Thin crackers enclosing a layer of creamy cheese a delicate bite to tecpt an epicure. THINGS THEATRICAL. "The Tourists," a new musical pro duction, is to be the summer attraction at the Lyric, in New York. Charming Pollock's clever ; and suc cessful play, "The Little Gray Lady," Is being turned into novel form, ITenry "Woodruff personally owns most of the "properties" used in the first and last acts of '.'Brown of llar- vard." These include the Harvard flags and other college emblems. sensation in New York last winter as , leading woman with the exiled Russian j players, will be a star in English next i season. The Shuberts are rapidly deciding tipon their new attractions for next Feason. Three musical plays are an nounced for fall production. The first S3 "The Snow Man," from the pens of Stanislaus Stange and Reginald De Koven. An 01Jeet Lesson. There's a little- English story going the rounds whiek is a tremendous ob ject lesson to mot of us home bodies: An old Frenchman stepped into a crowded car, and a young girl sprang up, urging him pleasantly to take her place. As he sank into it he said grate fully: "Ah, mademoiselle, if you are so kind to a stranger, what must yon be at home!" onvtusion -3 Sya S k.4 1 'jr Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv ine has been so successful in curing these brain-wrecking diseases that there is every reason to believe that even the most hopeless cases can be benefited, if not fully restored. We will be pleased to refer any one thus afflicted to many who now enjoy the blessing o health, after years of hopeless suffering. "1 have a son that had brain fever when two years old, followed by fits of tlie worst type, and he was pronounced incurnbla. I spent hundreds of dollars for him, without relief. After about fil'teen years ho becama so bnd that wa sent him to LongcLiff ho?pital for tha Insane, at Lon nsport, lnd. He waa there nearly three years,-but he con tinued to grow worse, so we brought him horn July 30, 1002, in an awful condition. He had lost his mind almost entirely. He hardly knew one of th9 family; could not even find his bed; was a total wreo'i He had from 5 to 20 fits a diy. We were urered to try Dr. Miles Xervlne, and before the first bottle was used, we could see a chinjca for the better. We have dven it ta him ever since, and he has had but two very light spells since last August. 1303. and then he was not weli other ways. We pronounce him cured, as h can work and go anywhere. If any on wishes to ask any questions coneertdnjp this, they ar st lirty to do so." E. K. BUNNELL, Lincoln. Ind. Dr. Miles Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee thp.t ths f;r?t bottle will benefit. If it fails, ho will refund your money. Uiles Medical Co., Elkhart. In4 UU YEARS uAf c mcrvu l'. Designs '9Vr Copyrights &c Actors xnlr:(t a kef rb etii description tna? qulc:iiy ascertain our opinion free whether !nn:ion is probdbi piuentaWe. CommiiBlc. tionswricf'Toonfidentlal. HADSOOS on Patents wit f re. C)Mesc neency fer securing patents. Taturs tusen through liiunn A Co. receirs tjyriai notice, without charge, la the Scicnsific Jfmericati. K b."int!scTr.e!y instrfitl weeklT. Ivrest clf cnUtK'ii of anr scie'HiCe Journal. Tern:s, $3 a FiSUS!. 8 Co.SB,B- New York Brancb Cfflca. CS F St, Wasbisgtoa. IX C c I its, then s -3 3 m m mm it ih7i ii - - a letter registered NOTIti: of kiust meetim; of CHEniTOKS In the District Court of the Fnitoi States for the District of Indiana. In Bt:ikn:pcy. Before John O. Bowers, ll'v. In the matter of ) No. 26 (Whiting) Hex ford Payne ) in Bankrupcy Bankrupt ) To the creditors of Rexford Payne of the city of Indiana Harbor, in the county of Lake, state and district of Indiana, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 2fth day of June. 1908. the aid Rexford Pavne was duly adjudicated DartKrupi and that the first meeting: of creditors of said bankrupt will be held in the public court house in the city of Ham mond, county of Lake, state and dis trict of Indiana, cn the 9th day of July, A. D. li06, at nine o'clock in the fore noon at which time said creditors may attend, proe their claims, appoint a tr ee, examine the said bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly com JOHN O. BOWERS . ... .j....vruptcy Twelfth Bt-ieite District of Indiana B-ated at Hammond, lnd., June 27, iuog reVeT claims, see section 57 of bankruptcy act isss General Order XXI and forms. PKTITIOX OF HAXKUU'T FOIt HIS niSCHAHGE In tho Matter of ) George li. Hart, )No. 24, In Bankrupty Bankrupt ) Order of Notice Thereon.' District of Indiana, ss: On this 20 'day of June, A. D. 1906 on reading the petition of the bankrupt lor his discharge , it is ordered by the court, That a hearing bo had upon the same on the 20 day of July A. I). 190$,. before said court, at lnuianapoi.s. jn saia District at nine o'clock in tl.e forenoon, and that notice thereof be published twice in tne LAKE COUNTY TIMES. a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and otrtcr persons in interest may appear at the said time and place and show cause if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be grant ed. And it is further ordered lv the Court, that the Clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. WITNESS, the Honorable Albert B. Anderson, Jud.e of said Court, and the seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said district, on the 20th day of June A. L. j.yut. Seal of NOBLE C. BUTLER, Line courtj Clerk. "0UETH OF JULY EXCUP.SIONS, On account of Fourth of July, the Monon will sell tickets to points within 200 miles, at rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip. Tickets sold July 3rd and 4th, good returning until July 5th. 6,27,7t. W abash excursions FROM CHICAGO S14.4Q S20.00 $21.00 $22.50 $21.00 TORONTO and Return. On sale daily. MONTREAL and Return. On sale daily. CCSCCRD zni Return. Cn sale Jure 15 to 30, and Julj 18: Aug. 8 & 22; Sept. 5 and 19. P0RTUXD, Me., and Refuru. Selling dates sano as to Concord. RirrmD, Yt. and Relum Selling Dates same as to Concord. Proportionate rates to many other points in Cane da and New England For complete details as to stop-overs, etc. address F. H. "R1STRAM, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 97 Adams St., CHICAGO. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Trustees of school, City of Ham mond, will receive bids until 6 p. in., July 12th, 1906, for the furnishing of coal for Hammond public schools. Bidding blanks furnisned on appli cation by the Superintendent. Board reserves right to reject any or all bids. H. F. Meikle, Secy. 6, 19, 3w. NOTICE. The home building and loan will meet a week from today instead of a week from tomorrow, owing to the Fourth of July. A. H. Tapper, Pres. 6-26-6t. Pennsylvania Lins Schedule in effect Sunday, Nov. 28, '05 Lv Hamd Ar Chi Lv Chi Ar Ilamd x 5 50am 6 45 a m sll 35 p m 13 32 a m 6 26 " 7 35 " 5 25 a in 6 26 ' 6 41 " 7 45 " 5 SO . 6 41 " X 8 00 " 9 00 " 6 00 " 6 59 " SlOll " 11 10 8 05 " 9 01 " X12SS p m 1 25 p m S 50 " 10 11 ' 3 31 i SO " 11 20 " 12 3Spm Si 43 605 " 3 50 pro 4 48 " 5 32 " 8 SO ' 4 15 " 5 32 " 5 32 7 00 " 4 30 " 5 32 " x7 00 " SCO 5 40 " 62 " 6 15 " 7 17 Daily x Daily except Sunday ! Sunday only WABASH RAILROAD. East Bound. No. 11 Local points to .Deceit, Hammond 11 4 3 a. m. No. G Through train ISuffalo & New York, Hammond.. 3;4S p. ru No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Hammond.. 11:'4S p. m. West Bonad. No. 5 to Chicago, Ills., Hammond 6: 16 a. m. No. 9 to Chicago, St. Louis & Kan sas City, Hammond ... . 9:34 a.m. No. 1 to Chicago, .Hammond.... C:03 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis & Kan sas City 8:40 p. to. 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, 111. Fred N. Hickok. Agent, Hammond. Personally Conducted Four Week's Eastern Tour. A personally conducted party in a special train of Pullman Sleepers, in cluding a dicing car, will leave Chi cago via the Wabash, Jnly 5th, for a few weeks' tour of the East, covering the following route: Detroit, Toronto, Niaeara Falls, Tvipirstrm. St. Lawrence River. Thou- n.1 Islands Montreal. Ottawa. One- hec. White Mountains. Portland. Me.. Old Orchard. Portsmouth. Plymouth. Rn.nn NnwYnrk Ph i ladftlnhi Rat. timore,' Washington, Pittsburg and Toje(Jo Rates verv reasonable. For com- plete itinerary of the trip, with rates nthr details addiess. . F. H. TRISTRAN, Ass't General tassenaer Asent. 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, 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 Lawtoa and return," $3.00. Good for return un til Monday after date of sale. I. E. Dickinson, 6,9,6t. Ticket Agent. Legal Hotice. No. 8199. Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D. C, May 2. 1900, Worms Vitj safisfar-in'rv avirlanoA J J presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear tb&t "The OitJz 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. Ka 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 of Indiana, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in bectlon Lity 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 cf May, 1906, T. R. Kane Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency. (Seal) 5-5-tJ Cri!Ci.ESEPi,3 ENGLISH iKHYHOYAL PILLS Hnfe. A1wT9 reliable. IjwSIm, ask Proirsirt fbt CHICHESTER'S EXOLIWff tn- Bed aod told niputiiic bosfs. witfe blue ribbon. Tknotbrr. Rrftate danron labiU. tutions and imitatioa. Buy of your lnitr:n, or sencl 1c. in stRnips fr Pitrtioii lr. Trsti moHiali ar,-l " BeT for IaUe." in letter, b rflnrn lU.O(H Tcstunoais-A 6okl by aiilnigsta. CHICHSTHB CHZMIOAt. CO. tlOO 2idlOB Kia.r, phim,, Htiu this 9mmm, Time Table CRIB RAILROAD. w EFFECT In effect on and after June 24, '06: Going East. Train No. Train to Time. 4, dialy, New York ll:53act id, daily. Buffalo. CoCL'pra 5. daily, New York 10:25pni 2 4. daily except Sunday local Huntington S:10am 14, daily except Sunday express New York 4:20pra 26. daily, Rochester 4:35pia 2S, daily except Sunday... suburban, arrives 6:5"pra 102, Sunday only, Pass Lake 9:00ara Goin? West. Train No. Train from Time. 3, daily. New York 4:43pra 9. daily, Buffalo........ 7:S0ara 7, daily, New York...... 6:12aia 13, daily except Monday,N.Y.9: 50pm 21, Daily except Monday. Huntiagfoa 3:50pm daily, Rochester.. S:4".ara daily ex. Sun. suburban 5:4 5am lOl.Sunday only.Rass Lake 9:50pm A. M. DeWoese, Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The Niagara Falls Eoute. Time card in effect June 17tn, 1906: Trains East 2, Detroit and Local Ex.. ...... .... ? t T S a. rn. 42. Grand Ranlds Sol. Ex. No. No. 1 : 5 4 p. m. No. 60, Resort Spl. Friday and Saturday only.. 2: 27 p. m. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'm. Ex, No. 44, Grand Rapid Exp. D. . . . . 7:40 p. m. No. 6, Detroit Express, D ...10:47 p. m. 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 east thereof. No. 10 due at 11:10 a. m. will stop for passengers for Buffalo or points: east thereof when advance notice Is given. irams West. No' 41 Grand Rapids and Chicago Exp. D 6:20 a. m. No. 37. raclfic Express D. 6:40 a.rn ino. tj, uesort spi Monday only.. " " 9:22 a. m. No- 27' Chicago Acc'm Ex. 9: 55 a. m. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Fy'iv 1 ?er hoTS No. 9, Mich & Chicago p. D,; . 2:06 p. m. No. 45, Cd. Rapids & Chgo. Spl. D 4: 08 p. m. No. 6. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.. 5:12 p. rn. No. 47, Kal. & Chgo.' Exp. Ex.... . .7:05 p. m. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only..1..,........... 9:13 p. ra. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. m. Ex. Daily except Sunday. D. Daily. I. E. Dickinson, Agent. Mouori Time Table Effective June 3d, 1906, , SOUTH . No 85 fl2 OS am No 5 9 19 am No 33. : . 12 50 pm j No : 3 55pra iso a . y supra KOBTH I it A If irt No 1".1SSS-111SJJs 47 arn No """"""Tn: 9 ?5 am JSo 32 It 11 ara tl ?3 s4 39 pm 1U o 5 02 era No 30... ...x7 49 pra S Denotes Sunday only. . . X Daily except Suhday. F Flag stop only. J, C. Dowsrso, Agree t. Excursions Erie Railroad. $13.85 from Hammond to Chautan- qua Lake and return. Tickets on sale July 6th and July 27sh. Return limit 80 days from data of sala. One dollar excursion to Bass Lake, Ind., commencing June 24th and every Sunday following until Sept. 23d, 1SXM5. inclusive. Good only oc Sunday tpecial excursions. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mexico, June 24th to July Gth ; on fare plus f 2 00 for round trip., Gooc returning until Sept. 15th, 1906. Special excursion to Boston, Mass. Jnne 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 17, one fare ph 81.00 for round trip; good re turn ir until July 13,. 1906. , To Bippus, Ind. east, Chicago, III, west, and and all intermediate points and ietarn, every Stndwy atone fara for round trip, good going and ia turning onlv on date cf Eale. Bag gage cannot ba checked on Sunday ex cursion tickets. For additional information call at Erie ticket of2ce or write A. M. Da eese, assistant agent Erie Railroad Co., Hammond, Ind.