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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAG .SEVEN Want Column Special sale of Railroad Watches for CO days only. CHAS. ARKIN. 6-1-lma 142 HchmD St. Wanted Waiters at the Maine Restaurant. 4-lQ-tf Stool's coal leaves no whiskers on the stoTe lids Best that ran be bought. Try it. No. 230 State street Phone 1622 1-8-tf Geo. P. stout leads in coal and wood. If you are nut dealing with him you are the looser. No 220 State street Fhcne 1(522 1-6 tf. Carter's first clas livery and un dertakes; open day an I night. Am bulance calls answered promptly. 5-29-tf FOR SALE CHEAP 9 room house, 50 foot lot, in heart of the city. In quire 19 State street, Hamrcond. 6,24,1m. FOR SALE At a bargain, 2 fiat buildings on Magaun avenue, East Chicago; rent for 5 2 0. Prlre ?1500 Easy payments. Ladd Agency. 6,28, lw. FOR SALE A good, worked up laun dry, cheap. 134 23 Erie Ave., Hege wisch, III. 7-2-1 wk Entire household outfit for sal Must go regardless of cost. Inquire at once at 264 Indiana Ave. 7-2-lwk The name of the Erlebach Plan ing Mill ia changed to the Invalid Appliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 4 0G-408-410-412, Indiana Avenue. Tt phone 1871. 6-21-tf New Map of Lake luuiiiy, ia Mr. J. T. Edwards of Crown Point, has nearly completed one of the mosi accurate and up-to-date maps eve: published of Lake County, after tv,, years of l:;ird labor. Map will bf completed iu a few weeks. Send in your order to J T. EDWARDS, Crown Point, lad., or R. L. MILLER, Hammond. Ind. Ftate of Indiana, In Justice Court. ss: li f'iie u iU.a:7i A. jor ihtn. Juiii'e of the County of Lake, i t'tttce. Margaret E. Stewart, Plaintiff, vs C. A. Curtis, whoso true christian nanv in unknown, Smith & Justus Mf?. Co.. a corporation, I'lUshm-p. Fort Wayne & Chlratro Ky. Co., a corporation. Pennsylvania Company, a cor poration, riffeni'anl-i. NOTICE. The Plaintiff in Hi above cause having? filed her complaint therein, t 'r!ix r with theaffi'Kivit of ftctimpett-nt per.-:i. iii,r therein that tne defendant C. A. Curt wh - t-1 unchristian name is unknown is a non-ioulrm of the tate of fn t inmi.Hiut that saiii Curtis Li a rfiiienl ot the .State of Ohio. 1 hat the Ue' ru(.uit Smith A- Justus Mauuucturirur Company. corporation, is st foreign corporation, and that the cause" of action alleged in plaintiffs complaint arose in thin at alc. and that the action is brousrht f enforce collection of plaintiif'9 dannvml uron prowrty now held In this State by foreclosing a boar.t fii hoii tierr i!i Hvot of rrlaititilT Hfon Raid property, and that eaoh of said Ueicndaais lutvo property within this Mate. . Now, Therefore, the said defendants C. A. Curtis, whoae true christian name is unknown, and Smith & Justus Mfc. Co.. a corporation, are each hereby notified that unless they be and appear before m the undersiurne.l Justice of the Peace on Saturday, the 2Mb. day of Avurust, 100'. at the hearing- of said cause to he held at my ol ticej Rootn 1 Tnpper Block, in the City of Ilam mond. in t:id County and State and answer or demurrer to plaintiff complaint in said ca tse. the same will be heard and determined in tneir absence I.V WITNESS WHEREOF, I here .into set my hand and alH i the seal of said Coort thU 83d day of June, l. WILLIAM A. JORDAN. -) J uM ice of t he i 'eace. PROPOSALS Hammond Iud., June 30, 1906 Sealed proposals will be received by the building committee until 6 p. m., July lGth, 190G, for the erection of a two story and basement brick and Etone Methodist church building to be located on Russell Street. The work comprises the following: The build ing complete except heating, certi fled check, 5 per cent, payable to V. C. Belman. Secty, Building Commit tee. Plans, specifications and pro posal blanks can be had at the offlce of the architect, J. T. Hutton, 306 Hammond BIdg. All bids to be In the hands of V. C. Belman, Secty Building Committee, 6 o'clock sharp The fight is reserved to reject any or all bids. BEST IN TOWN r. When You Are Hunrv KbMbMBfiU Itih MAINE i w m k n n I it m 5 i !'.v 1 U ft All i h AND LUNCH ROOM Meal at A Hours For Ladies and Gentlemen nrorni nc d d c 122 s. Hdhman Street For Ice Cream and Cold Drinks 1M0RELLI&C0. IS THE HEADQUARTERS Ice cream fur party? ar.d picnics at moderate prices Bncks a specialty Phone 2031. 258 iSo. iiohman HEIR 10 THE THRONE Crown Princess Frederick Wi! helm of Germany Is the Mother of a Bey. GUNS ANNOUNCE THE BIETE Throngs in the Streets Count Seventy One, Seventy-Two, Seventy Three! Tien They Know It Is a Boy Ig Lusty Youngster Kaiser OCT At Sea Hears by Wireles. Berlin, July B. Crown Trinces Frederick William was safely ac couched of a ou at 9:13 a. m. yes terday. 'I be guns of a battery of ar tillery began to fire slowly in tha square opposite the palace at about noon, and tens of thousands within i 1 1: It M AN nOW N PRINCESS. hwiriii? of the salute stopped in the j streets or paused in their work count-1 ing the guns, for it bad long been an- J mmiM-cd that seventy-two shots would ! be fired for a girl and 101 for a boy. i Seventy -one, seventy-two. seventy three! Then the city knew that an heir presumptive had been born. Oriicial Announcement Made. An hour later half a million eopie of The Oflicial (Jazette containing the following proclamation were given awcy: "Her imperial and royal high ness the crown princess of the German empire and Irussia was happily deliv ered 'of .a; prince at 9:15 a. m. In the marble palace at Potsdam to the Joy of hi majesty the emperarher majes ty the empress, nnd the entire royal house. This pleasing event will be made known to the inhabitants of Ber lin through the usual cannon shots. The rown princess and the prince are iu the best condition. Von Wedel, min ister of the royal house." Not Expected Quite So Soon. All the public and many private buildings are decorated with flags. At- thongh prayers have been said in the j churches since the second Sunday in ; June the event was hardly expected so j soon. The empress was summoned from the new palace at 4:30 a. m. and immediately went to the marble palace. Professor Bumm hastened iu an auto mobile from Berlin. Kaiser Hears by Wireless. The boy is well formed and strong. The news of the birth of his grandson wns communicated to Emperor Wil liam by means of a wireless dispatch from Kiel 'to the steamer Hamburg, on which his majesty is proceeding to Trondhjem, Norway. She was last reported in the Great Belt. There was great rejoicing at Potsdam when It became known that the crown princesa had given birth to a son. A salute was fired and the town was decorated. Emperor William decided before leaving Potsdam thatthe crown prince's child. If a son. should be named Wll helm. and selected Aug. 12 as the date for the christening. THEY POUNDED DYNAMITE Boys Who Were Celebrating th Fourth Consequently Fire Are Dead. Wilkesbarre. Pa., July 3. Wanamle, a min'ng town five miles from here, was thrown into a fever of excitement when a loud report was heard similar to that of a mine explosion. Men, wo men and children rau to the scene, and soon discovered that five boys were killed and ine others injured by cele- brating the Fourth of July. j Two of the killed were brothers I named Pachunia. Two other brothers ! named Sbukawicz. and the other named j Long. They had placed powder in a I pipe and it failed to go off. They then j forced a sdiek of dynamite Into the ! pipe and bearan pounding it. A terrific J explosion followed. Four of the boys I were badly mangled and the fifth died on the way to the hospital. Some of ! the injured are so badly hurt that they j may die. j San Francisco Is No Lonper Dry. San Framisx. July 5. Mavor Schmitz having signed the retail liquor ordinance saloons were permitted t resume buniness today. Lfcjuor selling i a Deen proniouea since April i, ana the city has been remarkably free from crime. Saloons formerly paid $-S5 per year license. They will now be required t to pay $TA"n) annually. It is announced that 2.000 licenses have already been grauetd, V s" AHIMOHD FIRST By HARVEY BLAIR ("Spot.") Athletics in the high schools of In diana has. during the 'past season, proven that amateur sports are here to stay. The records of the season of 1906 are away above any previous year in Indiana. It is a noteworthy fact that all the records of the Indiana H. S. A. A. are as good, and in some cases better than the records made by the colleges in the state. The only place where the colleges have any advantage is in the weights and the pole vault. In fact. Samse cf In-' Idiana University holds the world's record in the pole vault at twelve : feet 4 "s inches. i Perhaps there is no town in In ; diana that stands as well in athletics as Hammond. There is no town that takes more interest in athletics. , For has not Hammond High School been twice champions of the state and three times champions of Lake County? Six years ago the first field meet j that ever took place in Lake County was held at Crown Point. The Hammond boys had never seen a spikea shoe or a pole vault before, but under the direction of the Rev. Smith the boys gained some knowl edge in the art of starting and pole vaulting. ; East Chicago won the meet that j year. Abe Cohen, the winner of the : gold medal, was largely responsible I for the victory. Hammond was sec ond. The next year Hammond with a little better team, went down to ; Crown Point, and got third, with Crown Point first. Hansen of Ham ! mend, was the star that year. He won all the sprints, j The following year marks the en ! trance into athletics of the men who have since become champions of the tate. Mr, Butler of the Chicago Athletic Association, was secured as coacn, and he turned out a very good team, considering tne greenness . . "V: of the material. Luck was against us and we only pulled third, with East Chicago first. This is the first RAILROAD NOTES A special from Cleveland, O., states hat Frank Stone, chief of the Broth erhood of Locomotive Engineers, in a recent interview on the subject of the passage of the anti-pass clause In the rate bill stated that "under the provisions of the law officers of railroad organizations will be depriv ed of their transportation which they have hitherto enjoyed. There are five railroad labor organizations, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engin- ccrs the Brotherhood of Locomotive Virn th nPntwhnnri nf nmiwuv Trainmen, the Order of Railway Con- ! ductors and the Order of Railway I Tplpprnnhprs A conservative esti mate of the amount of fare our offi cers will have to pay after January I, 1907, at which time the law goes into effect, will be at least $5,000 for each organization making a total of $25,000 which the railroads will annually collect from the offi cers of railroad organizations while hey are traveling on official busi ness. New freight cars and locomotives, contracts for which were awarded by the Wabash nearly a year ago. are being delivered. The first delivery was made Thursday last week and it is expected that all of the new equip ment will have been turned over to that company by December 1 .Al most a year ago the Wabash awarded contracts for about 6,000 freight cars and SO locomotives to cost in the neighborhood of $6,900,000. The I Wabash has placed many miles of ; new track in operation within the ! past several months, and several i stretches of new track are now in j course of construction and will be i completed and placed in service be i fore long. Three big locomotives went through the city on the Erie yester day bound for St. Louis where they will be used on the Frsico system. They are from Dunkirk, N. Y. and are of the most modern type. President Hanna of the Chicago. Lake Shore & South Bend interur- ! ban, is in New York making the final j arrangements with the Illinois Cen jtral officials for the building of the j third track to be used for steam. ' Mrs. Ira Dickenson is entertaining her niece, Miss Helen Dickenson, and iher friend Grace Pripp, of Michigan S City. Misses Edith and Louise Carter left this morning for an extended visit la Norman, Okla. II meet that Belman and Rhode and myself took part in. In 1&04 Hammond was successful and won the meet with thirty-tix points. Belman won his first lace by winning the half mile. The team also pulled third in the Northern In diana meet, which was held for the Srst time that year. The season of 1905 was a banner year for Hammond. We won the Northern Indiana state meet, the Lake County meet and tried for first place in the state meet with the strong Shortridge High Schol of In dianapolis. Hammond - had three men in the meet while Shortridge had twenty-five. This year Hammond won the Lake County meet for the third success ive time, thus entitling them to per manent possession of the trophy. The one mile relay team won the championship of Northern Indiana by wining the race at Goshen. We would have won this meet, but one ot our best men. Summers, was un able to take part. In the. state meet at Crawfordsville, Hammond won the meet with twenty-one points. We scored in the sprints and hurdles. This year marked the last appear ance of the men who had helped Hammond win for the past five years, Lamering, Rohde. Smith and Bel man being lost by graduation. It is expected however, that these men will be heard from in college athlet ics. Lamering and Belman will en ter "Wabash College in the fall. Rohde may go, but it is doubtful. Smith intends to enter either North western or DePauw. In conclusion let me see what Hammond has got for next year: In Dana Summers we have a sure win ner in the 440. SS0 and mile. For the sprints there will be Hansen and Hollis Hunter. Elliot will be a strong man in hurdles and jumps while Bauer ought to prove strong in the weights. With proper train ing and coaching these men ought to form a team that will be as strong as any ever put out by Hammond. Between Trains "Dear," she said, and she threw her shoulders back and looked him squarely in theueyes, "is it because I inherited a fortune from my grand mother that you wish to marry me?" "Darling, how can you think of such a thing. I would marry you regardless or wnere you got your money." Arnica has again substantiated its reputation as a salve for burns. Somebody was around looking for Roosevelt's big stick to use it as a handle in a muckrake. Mayor Becker does not want the nomination for tenth district con gressman. What's the matter, Lar ry, isn't it good enough Tired? we are nice a wnoie lot more. We're not worried over where we will spend our vacation, but whether we win get one. (And mats no dream. - Looks like a game of tag between the business men, the saloon keepers and the police. THEATRICAL NOTES. "The Lion and the Mouse" is play ing to the largest houses ever known in the history of Chicago, at the Illi nois Theater. Performances are given every night, including Sunday, and matinees Wednesday and Saturday Evening performances are over at 10:4 5, allowing ample time for out-of-town patrons of the Illinois to catch their trains. "The Lion and the Mouse" is the first play to be based on frenzied fi nance conditions, and its timely theme has much to do with its sen sational success. The public insist? in identifying the "lion" with John D. Rockefeller. The play has at tracted widespread comment frcm newspapers and magazines. ine L.ion ana tne .Mouse is more like the great American play, fo: which the public has been long wait ing, than any piece that has been seen on the Chicago stage for man;. years. It is the greatest theatrical value ever offered and any Americar who has his countrv's welfare a heart should see this interesting- drama. The company is a finely capab!'- one and inlists the services of Ar thur Byron. Gertrude Coghlan, Gee Parsons, Joseph Kilgour, Gra-- Thorne, Flora Juliet Bowley, A. Lipman, Edith Shayne, P. S. Barrett Florence Gerald, Edward See, Lillian Dix, W. H. Burton and Ada Curry. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Wm. E. Fxnara. Chicago. . . . Johanna Fapenguth, Chicago... Ernest Weic-hsel, Chicago. . Anna Hutchinson, Chicago Arestes Miller, Indiana Harbor.. Margaret Miller, Indiana Harbor. Leo David McAllister, Chicago. . . Oarice Grace Ikaulie. Chicago. . . Wm. Spainer, Hammond Delia Demer, Hammond....... James Carney, Last Chicago.... Anna Colihan, Ease Chicago.... 26 .32 32 ,36 2t 22 .2$ 19 24 17 54 .50 WANTED First-class stenographer; -tate experience, salary and refer ences. Address C. 30 care Times iff ce. -o- LAWN SOCIAL. A lawn social will be given by the third ivision of the Ladies Aid of the Preabvterian Church at tne home of Mrs. V. S. Reiter. 30 Webb Street, on next Saturday evening. Lunch will be served on the lawn from 5 to 7 for twenty cents. A cordial invitation is extended to all. 7-5-2t List of Letters. The following letters remain in the Hommond postofflce for the week ending July 2, 1906. Mr. F. Baronowski. Michal Bilickj. Miss Mabel Bruns. Mr. Paul Crafton. Mr. R. R. Hinds. Mr. Percie Henderson. Mrs. Margaret Halley. Mister Karlo Krizen. Mrs. E. G. Leville. Mr. Albert Liesme. Miss Hannah McCowen. Miss Stella Mackowiak. Mr. Daniel Murphy. Mrs. Neimeyer. Herrn Erich Otto. Mr. August Payunk. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pierce. Mr. Rolf Co. Savi Radakovic. Mr. George Stewart. Mr. W. E. Smiley. Herrn Herman Schwerin. Mr. W. C. Smart. Mr. John Tapken. Mr. Oscar Walther. Mr. Frank White. Mr. D. A. Young. W. fl. GOSTLIN. Postmaster. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS finfe. Alwur reliable. Ladla. sk Pruretat fbi 'IIICIIF..vrEIt-M ESt LIS II in Bed and 4'old metallic boxes, se&led with blue ribbon. Take no other. Itrfnse dangerous ubati tal ion and imitation. Buy of your iJrufrgist, or send 4e. in Ftamp for Particulars, Testi monial and Kelief Tor Ladle," in letter, by return nail. 10,000 Testimonial, bold by all Druggists. CHICHSSTER CHEMICAL CO. 10O Hadlion Nqaare, FHILA PA Mnatloa tkU aow fcWi-? 60 YEARS' v' " EXPERIENCE W v .-".a Tmnr Mirkc p T-. an 1. avnaw 'V-, . !.V Designs r'rHV Copyrights &c. AriTone sending a eketeb and description nia? quickly ascertain our opinion fraa whether an .nvoiition is prohnbly patent Hhle. Communlca- ommumca on Patents Jons strictly confldentlal. HAND300K on Patent ent free. Oldest acency for securing patents. itenta. receive fatents taken tnrouen Munn x to. tpecial notice, without cbarpe. In the Scientific American. A handsomely lUturtrtited weekly. Largest elr- dilation, of any scientific lonrnal Terms. fJ a rar; lour niontuo, tu oia Dyaii newsdeaiers nriucb Cfflee. tB5 F U WEshinfiioa. D. O 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, G,9,6t. Ticket Agent. Wabash excursions FROM CHICAGO S 14,40 $20.00 S21.00 S22.50 $21.00 TCRGJiTO and Return. Co sa'e dai'j. KOKTREAL and Return. On s e u'.j. C01C0RO and ftein-f. Gn siit Jam 15 ti 30. tti Ju!y : ue. 8 & 22. Sept. 5 ani 13. FGRTUHD, in Rtium. Siirrg sates sin-e is la Cct!CD'. AsJTUSD, It.. 14 Reiura Se l.nj daies sjts is is Zswi. Proportionate rates to many other points In Canada and New England For complete details as to stop-overs, etc.address F. H. TRISTRAM, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 97 Adams St., CHICAGO. .-t i. J?eV 1 M W M i ..impii himu nullum ,ii n Tel. 2032. W T IT Koll Building Contractors Buy a lot and build your own home. Suit yourself. We loan the money to build and build yourhouse for you. G. W. HUNTER 5 17 Tf jm A.utomobile Ixar Best Eqipped Repair Compressed Air FREE, Phone 122 Huehn Block, HAMOMND, AVO. WABASH RAILROAD. East Bound. No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond 1148 a.m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo &, New York, Hammond.. 3:48 p. in No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Hammond.'. 11:4S p. m. West Bonud. No. 5 to Chicago, Ills., Hammond .... 6:16a.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 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. Hlckok, Agent, Hammond. Personally Conducted Four Week's Eastern Tour. 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, coveting the following route: , Detroit, Toronto, Niae&ra Falls, Kingston, St. Lawrence River, Thou sand Islands, Montreal, Ottawa, Que bee, White Mountains, Portland, Me., Old Orchard, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Bal timore, Washington, Pittsbnrg and Toledo. Bates very reasonable. For com plete itinerary of the trip, with rates and other details address, F. II. TRISTRAN, Ass'fc General Passenger Agent, 97 Adams St., Chicago. EV10M0E Time Table Effective June 3d, 1906. SOUTH No 85 , f 12 08 am No 5 ... 9 19 am No 33 - - 12 50 pm No 39.-.-. . 3 55 pm No 3 9 50 pm . NOKTH . . . ' No 4 r ..6 10 am No 38 . f6 47 am No 40 9 36 am No 1 11 11 am No 33 -s4 39 pm No 6 5 02 pm No 30- x7 49 pm S Denotes Sunday only.' X Daily except Sunday. F Flag stop only. - i C. Downxhq, Aj?cr4. Time Table ERIE RAILROAD. IN EFFECT In effect on and after June 24, '06: Going East. Train Nc. Train to Time. 4, dialy, New York 11:53am 10 daily, Buffalo 6:02pm ally, New York 10:25pm 24, uo.iy except Sunday local Huntington 8:10am 14, daily except Sunday express New York 4: 20pn 26. daily, Rochester 4:35pm 2S, daily except Sunday suburban, arrives 6:ooprn 102, Sunday only, Bass Lake 9:00am Going 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.9:50pm 21, Daily except Monday .....Huntington 3:50pm 25, daily, Rochester S:45am 27, daily ex. Sun. suburban 5:45am lOl.Sunday only, Bass Lake 9:50pm A. M. DeWeese. Agent. 411 Sohl St. mg CO, Shop in the State. Bowser Gasoline System 91 S. HOHMAN STREET MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The Niagara Falls Route. Time card in effect June 17tH, 190C: Trains East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Er.. 7:55 a. m. No. 42, Grand Rapids Spl. Ex. 1:54 p. m. . No. 60, Resort Spl. Friday and Saturday only 2: 37 p. m. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'm. Ex, 3 : 5 5 p. m. No. 44, Grand Rapids Exp. D. , 7:40 p. rcu No. 6, Detroit Express, D....M 10:47 p. ra. No. 36, Atlantic Express, D'...w 12; 49 a. m. No. 14 due at 8:47 P- m. will stop, for passengers for Kalamazoo or points east thereof. No. 10 due at 11:10 a. jn. will stop for passengert for Buffalo 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, Taclfic Express D. 6:40 a.m. No. 63, Resort Spl Monday only. . r . - 9:22 a. m. No. 27, Chicago Acc'm Ex. 9: 55 a. m. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Exp.., .11:53 a. tn. No. 9, Mich & Chicago Exp. D. . . . 2:06 p. m. NO. 45, Gd. Rapidl & Hgro. Spl. D 4 : uspT"Lce No. "5., Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex . . . .. 5:12 p. rn. No. 47, KaL. & Chgo. Exp. Ex. i m . ...... : . . .7:05 p." m. NO. '49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only 9:13 p. m. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. m. Ex. Dally except Sunday. D. Daily. I. E. Dickinson, Agent. Pennsylvania Line Schedule in effect Sunday, Nor. 28, '05 LT.namd Ar Chi Lt Chi Ar Hamd x 6 50 a m 6 45 a m all 35 p m 18 32 a m 6 20 7 3 t. K IK m. wn t 9fi 6 41 7 45 900 11 10 630 6 41 " 6 00 " 6 59 8 05 M 8 01 8 50 ' 1011 M X 800 tt 61011 X12 33 pm 1 35 p m 3 31 f 4 80 " 11 20 12 33 era 4 48 " X 4 48 . 6 05 6 80 700 8 00 tt t it i . 3 50 p m 4 15 4 30 5 40 6 15 i. S 32 5 32 6 42 717 tt tt t 5 32 it tt x7 00 Daily x Daily except Sunday s Sunday only Excursions Erie 'Railroad. 13.5 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets cn sale inly 6th and Jnly 27th. Return limit SO days from data of sale. One dollar excursion to Easa Lake, Ind., commencing Jnne 24th and erery Sunday following until Sept. 23d, 1906, inclusive. Good only on Sunday special excursions. Special excursion to Mexico City, Mexico, Jane 24th to July 6th ; one fare plus 2 00 for roend trip. Good returning until Sept. 15th, 1906. Special excunion to Boston, Mass., June 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 17, one fare plus $1.00 for round trip; good returning until July 15, 1903. To Bippua, Ind. east, Chicago, lit, west, and and all intermediate points and letuin, every Snndsy at one fare for round trip, good going and re. turning cnlv on date of sale. Bag gage cannot be checked on Snnday ex cursicn 4-,'"(a. T .uditional information call at Erie ticket office or write A. M. De Weese, assistant agent Erie Railroad Co., Hammond, Ind. All authorized carriers Of THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES are pro vided with printed blanks for re ceipting subscriptions See that your receipt is on the printed blank and is propeil" Signed.