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Saturday, June 30, 1006
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN Want' Column Special pale of Raiiroad Watches for CO days only. CHAS. ARKIN, 6-1-lmo 142 Hohmn &l Wanted Waiters at the Maine Restaurant. 4-10-tf Stoat's coal leaves no whiskers on the erove lids Best, that can be bought. Try it. No. 230 State street. Phone 1622. 1-6-tf Geo. P. etout leads in coal and wcod. If yon are not dealing with him yon are the looser. No. 230 State street Phone 1622. 1-6-tf. Carter's first class livery and un dertaking open day and night. Am tmlanoe calls answered promptly. 6-29-tf FOR SALE. Saloon for sale cheap 229 East State St. M. Lukawski. 6-26-G t. FOR SALE CHEAP 3 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 expereinee at implement paint. Call at Champion Potato Machine Co. C- MALE HELP WANTED. Fore man wanted for macadam street pa ving, also laborers and teams, Salter, Smith & Rader, Whiting. 6-2S-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, small Eized cow, iron collar. Reward for return to C. O. Drown, Ivy; street, be tween 138 and 137 streets.Indiana Harbor. 6,25,6t. WANTED Young man for posi tion as clerk in office Apply at once. W. IJ. Conkey Company. 6,29, 2t. WANTED Position as house keeper. Prefer widower's fnmiiy. References. Apply at 2S2 East Sib ey street. 6, 30, It. WANTED First class real estate salesman. Call tonight at 8 o'clock, 106 First National Dank building. Hastings-Morton Investment Co. 6, 30, It. New Map of Lake tounty.lnii. Mr. J. T. Edward9 of down Point, has nearly completed onefof ths most accuate and up-to-date j maps ever published of Lake County, after, two years of hard labor. Map will be completed in a few weeks. Send In your order to J. T. ED WARDS4. Crown Puint, Ind.,- , cr R. L MILLER, Hammond. Ind. Plate of Indiana. In Justice Court. Hufre William A. Jor dan. Justice of the ss: County of Lake, 1'cace. Marjraret 1.. Stewart, Plaintiff, C. A. Curtis. , whoso true christian name' in unknown, hmithj & Justus MfVr. Co., a corporation, i'ittsbui-fc. Fort Waynt Chicago Ry. Co.. a Corporation. 1'ennsy ivania Company, a cor poration, tlefi'ndant.s. NOTICE. The Plaintiff in the above cause havincr filed her complaint therein, together with the affidavit of a competent person, siatinar therein that the defendant C. A. Curtis, whose truecnrisiian name 1 unknown is a non-rt-sident of the State of ln.1 iftna.and that said Cuat is is a resident of the State of Ohio. That the dcfi-ndant Smith A-Justus Mnnufucturiiiir Company, a corporation, is a fore Urn corporation, and that the cause of action allege I i: plaintiff's complaint arose in this itate. a:vl t hat the a "iiopi is hro;iht to enforce collection of plaintiff's daman 1 luxiu property now held in this State by foreclosing a board ing home, lien in avor of ' plaintiff upon said property, an t that each of sai I defendants hav.j property within this state. Now, Therefore, the said defendants C. A. Curtis, whose true christ ian na-.r.e is unknown, and Smith Justus Mr. Co.. a corporation, ire each hereby notified thai unless they !e and It'pear bef ire iik the um torsi-cue I Justice of the Peace on Saturday, the 2"ith day of August. itKW. It the hearing of said cause to be held at my of fice. Room 7 Tapper liloek. in the City of Ham mond, in aid County and State and answer or Jemarrer to plaintitt's complaint in said cause, the same will be heard and determined in their absence IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and af!U the seal of said Court this ISd day of June. WILLIAM A. JORDAN. Justice of the Peace. I UNCALLED FOR LETTERS. The following letters remain un called' for at the Hammond postoffice for the week ending JJune 2 5, '06:. Mr. C. A. Horders. Mr. Chas. Callahan. Mr. H. R Cahow. Mr. Nick Connely. Mr. Will Deal. Mr. and Mrs. Dubbs. E. E. C. H. Dubiidge. F .11. Oilman. ' Mrs. G. K. Leville. J. C. Mahon. Mr. Thos. M. O'Connor. Mr. S. F. Plain. Mr Hugh Wyhe. Wm. H. Gostlin. P. M. BEST IN TOWN In En IT, a in i tp When Vou Are rlunfrv Kf .Mti M B ti K Xt MAINS RRSTAORAMT AND LUNCH ROOM Mal at A. Hour F or Ladies and Gt-nt.emen BEREOLOS BROS., 122 S. Hohman Street STRIKE QUICK OR LOSE That Is What the Repressionists in Russia Are Telling the Great White Czar. DELAY MEANS A RED TRIUMPH Nicholas Hesitates and "He Who Hes itates Is Losf'-Crack Regi ment Scorned by the Monarch. Ft. IMorshurjr. .Tunc GO. Emperor Nicholas, according to reliable infor mation which has reached the Asso ciated Prws, summoned the Freobm jensky rejriment before the imperial palace at Peterhof yesterday, and in a sarcastic address expressed his regard at the evidence of their disloyalty In dee hiring sympathy with the radical programme of parliament. The1 em peror concluded by saying: that he nev er would wear the uniform of the regi ment. Details of the reported mutiny of troops at the fortress of Osowieo. one of the great fortresses defending the Polish frontier against German in vasion, are not yet obtainable. Cznr Hesitates to Use Force. Under the influence of the recent de velopments tuirhmg the loyalty of the army, and ihe conviction that the pres ent policy of h.action has reached its ultimate 1 mir, the reactionary faction in the ministry 1ms revived the plan for the dissolution of parliament and stamping c.nt revolutionary activity in the country by armed force while such force is still available. The Associated Press is informed that this solution has been repeatedly presented to Emperor Nicholas since the development of dis satisfaction among the best regiments of the guard, but thu3 far without re sult. Means a Ijosing Game for Him, Each day's delay favors the accept ance cf the alternative of the dismissal of the Goremykln cabinet and the nam ing of a responsible ministry. The min isterial repressionists base their hopes on the supposition that the nreat ma Jority of the troops will hall actual con flict, as they did at Moscow in Decem ber last, forget; their grievances, and enter whole-heartedly into the combat. Should He Done Quickly. One of the advocates of repression said to the Associated Press that it would be necessary to strike hard and imnu fT iately or otherwise within a fort night the world would probably see the pfcclamntion of republics at Khar kov, Saratov, Rostov and elsewhere. The whole south of Russia, the speaker said. Is belching forth anarchy and rev olution, and parliament os a "hindrance torthe work-'of fac4nationV rmit be dfcolved at once- "The troOps, how ever, must not cannot be employed against the peasantry," added the func tionary, remitting that this was the limit to the loyalty of the soldiery. OPTIMISM IS GENERAL Business World Looks Forward to a Still Higher Mark in Trade Next Year. New York, June 30. It. G. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade says: Today closes the- most successful fiscal year in the nation's history thus far, and optimism is so general throughout the commercial world that the next twelve-month period promises to carry the high water mark still higher. With few exceptions the crops are making good progress, and the new year will start with more business on the books of manufacturing concerns and greater enterprises and undertakings in con templation than on any previous July 1. Scarcely any la Ivor struggles of im portance exist, and there is no inflation, of securities through speculative op erations with borrowed money. These are some of the reasons for confidence !u the future. Trade reiort9 for the week indicate a seasonable disposition to curtail wholsale business, but even this summer influence is less disquiet ing than usual. Prices of iron and steel products have often been higher than now. but it Is doubtful whether the position was ever more wholesome. Failures this week were 207 In the t'nited States', against 249 last year, and 27 in Canada, compared with 10 a year ago. lionib Throwing at Warsaw. Warsaw, June 30. A bomb was thrown at the chief of the railroad gen darmes. Colonel Muradoff, while he was driving through the streets In a cab. The cabman and a gen d'arme who accompanied Colonel Muradoff werej severely wounded, the colonel was 'slightly Injured and the horse at tached to the cab was killed. The man who threw the bomb escaped. In the Good Old Carolina Way. Orangeburg, S. C, June SO. J. T. Farks, auditing clerk of the state dis pensary, and R. LI. Covar, business manager of the Orangeburg Patriot, were mortally wounded herein a street ght Both men were shot through the body. Parks formerly owned The Patriot and sold it Covar. The shoot ing affair is the result of trouble over the settlement Not the Packers' Fault. London, June 30. The investigation committee in the matter of the death of six persons in the workhouse at Souleeates. a suburb of Hull, after eat ing Argentine meat, reports that the meat was delfxred at the poorhouse in wholesome condition, but that it became bad through storage in aa unsuitable place. THAW PROMPTLY PLEADS Bo Promptly That His lawyers Are Taken by Surprise and Ak Per mission to Change the Plea. New York, June HO. "Not guilty" was the plea personally made by Har ry Kendall Thaw when arraigned on the charge of having murdered Stan ford White. So prompt was the pris oner's response to the usual question by the court clerk that his lawyers, who expected to reply for him, were for a moment startled. Then they im mediately interposed an amendment of the plea, asking permission of the court to withdraw it at any time up to next Tuesday. This permission was grant ed, ami the prisoner was led away from the bar and taken back to his cell in the Tombs. These proceedings lasted but a few moments, during which the prisoner appeared to be cool and collected. Aft er Thaw had been remanded to the Tombs Assistant District Attorney Nott in response to the question, "What is there In this caseV" said: "It is sim ply a question of whether New York has gone down to the level of a min ing camp, or whether a man has got a chance for his life." RELIEF COMES PRETTY HIGH Will Cost Over $1,000,000 a Year to Dispense the Aid to the Peo ple of San Francisco, San Francisco, June CO. According to the budgets submitted to the relief committee it will cost considerably more than fl.OOO.Ooeo a year to dis pense the money contributed for the destitute residents of San Francisco. The expense of adminlstraton will total this vast sum if the finance committee approves the estimates prepared, and the expenditure will not include a cent for food or clothing. Commissioners Devine, Pippy and Moran met to consider the probable expenses for July, and they received figures from Major J. A. Gaston, su perintendent of camps, and Dr. Jas. W. Ward, president of the board of health the two estimates aggregating nearly $1,000,000, and there are other expenses. FIXES HIS NATIONALITY Nephew of the Late George Pullman Who Was Denied the Right to Vote in This Country. White Plains, N. Y.. June SO Nicholas Pullman, a nephew of iie late George Pullman, has filed his first eitizenship papers here. In explana tion of this Pullman, who was born in Chicago, said that on returning to this country after a residence of many years abroad he had been denied the right to vote, and had been advised that he was not a citizen of the Unit ed State? and that he must undergo naturalization. lie therefore took out his first citi zenship papers in New York, and later, discovering that he was already a citi zen by right of birth he decided to file the papers in this county, of which he is a resident. DEAD IN A BIO BLAST Dynamite Explosion Kills Six Men, Leaving No One to Tell How It Occurred. Eveleth, Minn., June "0. Six men lost their lives in a dynamite explosion at the Mohawk mine, between Rhvabik ; and Aurora, details of the accident be- ing meager, as all witnesses were killed. The dead are: Oscar Carlson, Ephraim Varra, Isaac Mabon, Hjalmar Erickson, John Alban and John Bortz. All were single men. It is supposd that one of the men was getting out dynamite, which is used In sticks, aad that the flame of his candle touched it. If the dynamite had just been brought out of the powder room and was warm a light might have set it off, though concussion is employed in practice. Peasants Are Annexing; Lands. Nizhni Novgorod, Russia, June 30. The peasants of this province are not only annexing the land of the gentry, but are taking portions of the land of the well-to-do peasants. NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE Franklin MacVeagh, of Chicago, has been elected chairman of the immigra tion department of the National Civic Federation. Samuel J. Flicklnger, of Dayton, O., has been appointed private secretary to Governor Harris. Walter Wellman, leader of the Well man-Chicago Record-Herald arctic ex pedition, has arrived at Tromsoe, Nor way. The Society of American Women gave a luncheon to Ambassador Reid and Mrs. Reid and Mr. and Mrs. Long worth at the Hotel Cecil, London. The large building occupied by the Youngstown (O.) Macaroni company burned. Loss, $400,000. After living for thirty-four days without eating or drinking Mrs. Al bert II. Thompson is dead at Bing- hamton, N. Y., of cancer of the stom ach. Charles C. Moody, editor of the Stur gis Record, and a pioneer newspaper man of the Black Hills, is dead at Lead, S. D., aged "3 years. One of the bills approved by the president was the act granting a pen sion to Edward S. Bragg. St Joseph, Mo., was the center of a heavy rain, which fell on a territory 200 miles in extent Southern California's orange season ; of l005-(' practically is at an end. Uev. Dr. Jndsou Smith, one of the ; most prominent figures in the Congre , pational. church of this country, is dead j at Roxbury, Mass.. aged CO years. Humor end Philosophy Ey DUNCAN H. SMITH CALL OF THE WILD. When the weather man is dishing Waves of heat at every throw. Then if ever man goes fishing Is the time he wants to go. So he f.l's a brimming fiagon. Gets some tackle and a tent And then. Jumping In the wagon. Tells the rr.an to let her went. Hear Those wheels Buzzing In your head? Feci That queer sensation Gnawing at you Under your new J1.2S "Washable vest? That is the call of the wild. Nature, Who never was bashful. speaits rigm. up anu say: You blooming chump, Come away From that hot town! Come to the woods. Where there Is nothing But solitude And mosquitoes." And. as we said In the delightful And Immortal little vers At the top Of this spasm. lie goes. Sure, He goes. He doesn't know any better. Thousti experience T T . -. I VI At- 1 1 iiany ume, He goes Looking for a bite. And the mosquitoes And gnats, Knowing why he is there. Accommodate him Good and plenty. Her Test. Mabel Brown is an old bear. Flo I don't know; he never hugged me. When We Appreciate. We have become so used to the many wonderful Inventions and appliances of the present age that we take them as a matter of course, going about our work as though we had always had the locomotive, the telephone, the tele graph and double jointed collar but tons. It Is only when some special thing occurs that we are brought up sudden ly and made to wonder how we would ever get along without them. Such a condition exists at the present moment. " If it were not for the Atlan tic cable flashing intelligence under the seas at so much per, flash we would never know from day to day what John D. Rockefeller, now rusticating in France, had for breakfast the day before. Of course the world could get along without knowing. So could we get along without suspenders, but we would feel all of the time as though something were lacking. Silvery Linings. There's no use In eryingf,. In moaning and sighing, "While sunny days lighten The gray hours of gloom. Be happy, my dearie, And smiling and cheery; Your burden will brighten And blossom and bloom. Purifying Politics. "He would vote for a yellow dog If It were on his party ticket." "Say, It would be quite an improve ment, too, over some of our modern officials, wouldn't you think?" Only In Name. "He is determined after this to lea.3 the simple life." "I had no idea he had as much money as all that." First Aid. Oh, Mary Jane, your fate is plain. But with the beauties still you rank. Because, forsooth, each smiling youth Knows you have money In the bank! PERT PARAGRAPHS. Some men wear their price mark so conspicuously that It is embarrassing to be caught looking In their direction. At present Investigating committees seem to be paying more attention to nerve tonics than to whitewash. A good complexion powder proof. is one that Is Bachelors' buttons are appropriately worn with bleeding hearts. Responsibility sits but lightly upon the man who has given no hostage. We would like to hare the coal man take notice that while we burn money for pleasure without grumbling, when we burn it for necessities we want our ' money's worth. An occasional lapse into honesty is apt to prove the undoing of a rascaL 7 n s; ..sj; 1 1 V M I NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF ' CREDITORS In the District Court of the fnited states for the Dislrirt of Inri In Bankruptcy. Before John O. Bowers, Referee. In the matter of Xo. 2. Hanmiond V. B.anch Mc- In .Bankruptcy Neill. 1-aakrupt ) To the creditors of V. Blanche McXeil. of the city of Hammond, in the county of L&ke, state and diMrict of Indiana, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby pivin that on the Sth day of June. 1m6, the sasd V. blanche McNeil was oHUy adjudicated bankrupt and that the f!rt mtt-ting cf creditors of said bankrupt wul be held in tne public court house in the city of Hammond, lounty of Lake. tate and district of Indiana, on tbe Mh day of July. A. !.. lS-. at "o'clock in the forenoo.1 at u hich time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex amine the said bankrupt ami transact such other business a may properly come before aid court. JOHN O. BOWERS. RefVree iu Bankruptcy. Twelfth Referee District of l.idiana Psted at Hammond. Ind.. June?-'-. Pt5. Note Creditors will pleae ouserve require ments concerning proof of claim, see section 57 of bankruptcy act ;9S. General Order XXI and forms. OTlCE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS In the District Court of the Unite J State? for the District Of Ind.r-.na. In Bankrupcy. Before John O. Bowers, llde-m: In the matter of) No. 26 (Whiting) Ilex ford Payne ) in Bankrui cy 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 t!i cay of lime. P. the said Rexford i Payne was duly adjudicated bankrupt land that the rtrst meeting of creditors of said bankrupt will be held in i:ie j public court house in the city of Hatn i mond, county of Lake, state and dis- trlCt of Indiana, on the 10th day of July. 1906. at nine o'clock in the fore noon at which time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a iru.-tef, examine the said bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said court. JOHN O. BOW ICRS Referee in Bankruptcy Twelfth Referee District of Indiana Dated at Hammond, Ind.. June 3u. 1906. Note Creditors will please observe requirements concerning proof of claims. See section 57 of bankruptcy act JS3S. General Order XXI and forms. PETITION' OF HAN KR LIT DISCHARGE FOR HIS In the Matter of ) GeorRe li. Hart, )No. 24. In Eankrupty 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 for his discharge , It is ordered by the court. That a hearing be had upon the same on the 20 da? of July A. I. 1906. before said Court at Indianapolis, in said District, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice thereof be published twice in the LAKE COUNTY TIMES. a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other 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 by 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, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Indianapolis, in said district, on the 20th day of June A. U. 1906. Seal of NOBLE C. BUTLER, the Court Clerk. FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSIONS. 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 Jul ard and 4th, good returning until July 5th. 6,27,7t. Wabash Excursions FROM CHICAGO $1Adfl TORONTO and Return. gititU on sale daily. $20.00 $21.00 $22.50 $21.00 MONTREAL and Return. On sale daily. CONCORD and Retnrn. On sale June 15 to 30, and July 18; Aug. 8 & 22; Sept. S and 13. PORTLAND. Me., and ftetu.ru. Selling dates same as to Concord. RUTLAND, VI.. and Return Selling dates same as ta Concord. Proportionate rates to many other points in Canada and New England F incomplete details as to stop-ov ers, etc. address F. H. TRISTRAM, Aislstant Genera! Passenger Agent. 97 Adams St., CHICAGO. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Trustees of school, City of Ham mond, will receive bids until 6 p. m., 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. 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. V.kM 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE v. tt,tiiA DESIGNS rrffM Copyrights Ac Anrooe fending a ketcb and description tcT quickly ascertain our opinion free whether o su'ei.tin Is prohablT pa:en?nh;. Con:murjlc Hons otnctly confident ial. HANDBOOK cn Patent tent tree. C!1et aeency for ecurm(r paten1. Patents ttken throcati Muuu A Co. recei'f tptfuU notice, without charge. In tba Scientific American. A tandiornely t!lnstrted weekly. culaticn of any irietittdc journal yr : -qr months. tL Sold by ai Terms. 13 MUNN & Co.3siBro.dwa,. fjgw York ii.-isch CQim. 25 F St, WasMugtou. It. C Pennsylvania Line Schedule in effect Sunday, Nov. 26, 05 LrDamd Ar Chi L Chi Ar Harad 6 26 44 7 31 4 5 25 m 6 26 " 6 41 7 45 " 5 30 " 6 41 " X 8 00 " 9 00 44 6 00 " 8 59 44 elO 11 44 11 10 8 05 4 9 01 44 Xl233 pm 135pm 8 50 44 10 11 44 3 31 ' 4 30 " 11 20 12 38 pm X 4 4S 4' 6 05 44 3 50 pm 4 48 " 5 32 41 6 SO "4 4 15 5 33 44 5 3 2 4 4 7 0 0 4 4 4 3 0 4 4 5 3 2 44 X7 00 44 8 00 5 4 0 4 4 6 4 2 4 6 15 M 7 17 " Daily x Daily except Sunday s Snnriav only WABASH RAILROAD. East Bound. No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond 114Sa. m. Xo. 0 Through train Buffalo & New York, Hammond.. 3:4Sp. ra No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York. Boston, Hammond.. 11:48 p.m. West Bonud. 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.... 3:03 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis & Kan sas City 8:40 p. m. Trains No. 6 and 5 are through trains to Toledo, O. and Pittsburg, Pa., with chair cars and sieeper. All trains daily. For any information 'phone 2761, or write F. H. Tristram, Ast. Gen. Pasgr Agt. 9 7 Adams street, Chica go, III. Fred N. Ilickok, Agent, Hammond. Personally Conducted Four Week's Eastern Tour. A personally conducted party in a special train of Pullman Sleeperg, in cluding a dining car, will leave Chi cago via tbe Wabash, July 6th, 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, Bal timore, Washington, Pittsburg and Toledo. Rates very reasonable. For com plete itinerary of the trip, with rates and other details address, , F. H. TRISTRAN, v - 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, 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, $3.00. Good for return un til Monday after date of sale. I. E. Dickinson, 6,9, 6t. t Ticket Agent, . Legal Ooticc. No. 8199. Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D. 0., May 2. 1906. Wereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, 4t has been made to appear that "The Citiz ens German National Bank of Ham mond," in the City of Hammond in tbe County of Lake cf 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 cf Banking. Now therefore, 1. Thomas, P. Kane, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that "The Citizens German National Back of Hammond, in the County cf Lake and State of Indiana, is authorized to commence the business of Backing as provided in Section fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes cf the United States In testimony whereof witness my band and Seal of oEce this second day of May. 1906. T. R Ean Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency (Seal) 0-5-tJ CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS CO" mtr. A'wrt. r:itip ljdle, irt rruerUl foi HICHEATEH'ft E.IOLISK Id and Oold u-cta-iic iicxe sfciei wnfc bice rtbon Ikkt bo other. Rrfa dangerous bl. tutiont and imllatloa. Kay of yout imjrgist. cr seoU 4. in stamp for Partlrolar. T-tl moalkli and " Uelirf for Iadie." in Inter, t return JIall. lb. 000 Tesljcuoaiaii. bold by aU LrugcrtEt CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO. tlCX UkdUaa hqaart, Pmi.i,, fft, fwdti taU av Time Table ERIE RAILROAD, 1 CN EFFECT In effect on and after June 24, '06: Going East. Train No. Train to , Time. 4, dialy, New York....'. .ll:53arn 10, daily, Buffalo 6:02pm 5, daily. New York. .... ,10:25pm 24. daily except Sunday local Huntington S:10am 14, daily except Sunday express New York 4:20pm 26. dally, Rochester ; 4;35pra 2S, daily except Sunday suburban, arrives 6:53pm 102, Sunday only, Bass Lake 9:00am Gointr West. Train No. Train from Time. 3, daily, New York. 4:43pm 9, daily, Buffalo 7:30am 7, daily. New York 6:12am 13, daily except Monday,N.Y.9:50pi 21. Daily except Monday Huntington 3:50pm , daily, Rochester 8:45am ', daily ex. Sun. suburban 5:43am lOl.Sunday only.Bass Lake 9:50pm A. M. DeWeese, Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The Niagara Falls Route. Time card in effect June 17th, 190G: ' Trains East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Ex..., 7:58 a. m. No. 42. Grand Rapids? Spl. Ex. 1:54 p. m. No. 60, Resort Spl. Friday and Saturday onjy 2: S7 p. to. No. 22, Kalamazoci Acc'm. Ex, - 3:55 p. m. No. 44, Grand Rapils 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 atop for passengers for Buffalo or points east thereof when advance notice U 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. m. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo.-Ex 11:53 a. m.- No. 9, Mich & Chicago Exp. D ,.:.".s ;...". .2:'06 p. m. No. 45, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Spl. D . . . . 4: 08 p. in. No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.. .... 5:12 p. ra. No. 47, KaL & Chgo. Exp. Ex.... 7:oo p. m. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only 9:13 p. m. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. m. Ex. Daily except Sunday. D. Daily, I.' E. Dickinson, Agent. MONOU Time Table Effective June 3d, 1906. SOUTH No 35 12 OS am No 5 . 9 19 am No 33 -12 50 pm No 39 3 55 pm No 3 9 50 pm NORTH No 4 ..6 10 am No 36- 1 -f6 47 am No 40 9 36 am No 32 11 11 om No 38 -1 -s4 39 pm No 6 s. . 5 02 pm No 30. x7 49? pm S Denotes Sunday only. X Daily except Sunday. F Flag "stop only. T', " J. C. Dowausre, Agent. Excursions Erie Railroad. ?13.5 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets on sale July 6th and July 27th. Return limit SO days from date cf sala. One dollar excursion to Bass Lake, Ind., commencing June 24th and every Sunday following until Sept. 23d, 1906, inclusive. Good only oo Sunday special excursions. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mexico, June 24th to Julyfth;on8 fare plus 2.00 for round trip Good returning until Sept. 15tb, 1905. Special excunion to Boston, Mas3., Jsnr 2. 4 5, b, 10. 17, one fare plus l 00 for round tripugood returning until July 15. 1&06. To Eippus, led. east. Chicago, III. west, and and all ictermtdiate pointi and retnrn. every Sunday at one fare for round trip, good gsicg and r& turnicc calv ou date of, sale. Bag;, gage caendt be checked cn Sunday ex cursion .tickets For additional lctorraatioa call at Erie ticket office or write A. M. Da Weese. assistant agent Exia Railroad Co., Hammond, led.