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Thursday, August 2, 1006.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN Want Column WANTED Girl for steady work. Apply Siebert's Bakery, Hammond Uuildlng. 7,30, Ct. WA.NTKU Man or woman to do canvassing. Call at Kolb's drug store. 151 South Ilohinan street, 7.25,tf. WANTED Waiters at Restaurant. the Maine 4-10-tf WANTED Lady to address en velopes at $2.00 per thousand as part payment on a piano, work to be done at home. Care S. 18, Times office. 8,2,tf. WANTED One or two furnished looms for lifiht housekeeping pur poses. Address Phillip Miller, Lion store, drug department. WILL SELL new J 4 00 piano for $125.00, going to 'Frisco. Wm. Kelley, Indiana Harbor. S,2,tf. LOST Black horse about 1,200 pounds. 12 years old. Long mane and tail. Notify K. Happy, 113 street and GtS-enbay avenue, South Chicago. 7,31,Ct. FOR RENT Hall for club and so ceity purposes. Former Hammond club rooms. Apply to A. II. Tapper, or to Hammond & Cormany Insur ance So. 7,17,tf. Lots on easy payment plan. In Messenger's addition, $1.00 per week. No Interest or taxes. Best location, all improvements in. In quire of Brandenburg & Krost, 106 First National Bank Building. 7-10-lm. Carter's first class livery and un dertaking ;open day and night. Am bulance calls answered promptly. 5-29-tf TLe name of the Erlehach Plan ing Mill i3 changed to the Invalid Appliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 406-408-410-412. Indiana Avenue. Te phone 1871. 6-21-tf NOTICE. Every man, woman and child in Hammond can get photographs FREE by trading with merchants who are giving Johnson's photo checks. Ortt &, Towle are giving them on all cash purchases. 7,31, St. Subscribe for the lake County Times. HAMMOND FRUIT STORE P. Lencioni & Go. Manufacturer of Brick Ice Cream Pure Ice Cream wholesale or retail. Fine Fruits, Candies, Cigars, To baccos. 302 State St. In When You Are Hungry nj HE MEMBER TrlL' MAINE u; RESTAURAHT j AND LUNCH ROOM B Ueali ftt A:i Hours For Ladies and Gentlemen OEREOLOS DROS., 122 S. Hohman Street GEKCiiESTER'S ERBLISH PENNYROYAL FILLS Rafr. Alsv reliable. Ialieft, ask DrurtrUt fot 'HM'lii:KrCK-N JLAWLJSti In Ur.4 and JJ' nU.ue that's. aoaU'd with Mu rbbou. tatlttuaand imitation, lluv .j! your lr:txK. or wiij 4c. m st urn 1r Snrtirulur. .eli tuonlaU ant "Krllef for LjM." in er, by 'return flail. lo.vOO TesUniouiala, bold br a.1 Dru-ists. ' CH1CHI8TER CHEMICAL. CO. .'jl'Hti' Kya 'i-i i ;. ''ltd,"!, ''! !kl i J j H NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the Estate cf Lemuel Belong, Deceased; No. 231. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Ad ministrator of said Estate, by the Tleik of the Lake Superior Court. Said estate is supposed to te sol vent. CHARLES C. SMITH. Administrator. Dated July 21, 1906. Crumpacker & Moran, attorneys for Administrator. REAL ESTATE 1RH5EBB Burton Clapper to Minnie Otten heimer. lots 13 and 14, block 16 in resubdivision part N. V. V section 2S-37-9, East Chicago, Ind., for ,3.000 Henry Schrage to Wilhelmina Schmidt, lot 24, Llock 15, second addition, Indiana Harbor, Ind., for $73 Jacob R. Williams to William E. Auit, north T, feet lot 4, all of lot 4, all of lot 3 and south 4 feet lot 2, Davidson's 10th addition, Whit ing, Ind., for $100 Eginton Franklin to J. J. Rascher, 3 acres off S. E. U X. W. U sec tion 36-3 4-10 for $i")0 Auditor Lake county to O. F. John- . .son, lot.- 2 to o 10 and 12. block 1. Rritton's addition, Griffith, Ind., for 39.01 William C. Helnian to William H. Render, Lant half lot 22, W half lot 23, block 4. Towle & Young's nccond addition, Ilamnmd, Ind-, for $600 Peter W. Meyn to Herman Reckman lot 14, block 1, Hohruan's addi tion, Hammond. Ind., for .$2,500 Charles J. Pochmau to Henry See stadt. lot 9, .J. Pochman's City Park addition, Hammond, Ind., for $500 James V. IMppus to Standard Oil company, part NT. E. i S. E. Vi section 5-3 4-8 for Resides the foregoing transfers there have been filed with the re corder of Lake county, two mort gagee, fuur releases and two miscel laneous intruments. THEATRICAL NOTES. Immense throngs of people were the rule at White City the past week, and the 11th week of the summer re sort opened Sunday under the aus pices of good weather. An innova tion in bands furnishes the music at the park thi3 week, for the "Kilties," Canada's greatest band, which, in ab dition to its instrumental music given in Highlander costume, has a choir of twenty voices which sing all the Scotch melodies, both old and new, and the Clan Johnstone which gives all the reels, sword dances, and all the terpischorean oddities for which the Scottish clans are famous. On the circus ring where the free hippodrome is given, the great Nel son family are the primary attrac tion, fhe concessions of the.park are all doing a land-office business and prove irresistible attractions to the public. On Tuesday, August 17th, the Chi cago Tribune in conjunction with the park management will give a day for the benefit of the Tribune ics and hospital fund, and it is expect ed that with anything like good weather from 70.000 to 100,000 peo ple will pack the park on that day. A special feature will be the pub lication of a minature copy of the Tribune, which will be sold as sou venirs on the grounds, the proceeds to go to the fund, and this copy of the Tribune will be filled entirely with news of White City, written by the best talent among the Tribune's staff of writers. NOVEL DOUBLE EXPLOSION Kills a Man in a Mine anil Later Kills a Woman on the Surface. Wilkes-Barre. Pa., Aug. 2. A terrific explosion occurred in the mine of the V. arrior Run Coal company at Warrior Run. near here, and John Shumaker, a miner, was instantly killed. Through crevices formed on the surface by the explosion the 'gas escaped from the working below into the houses sit uated over the mine and, coming into contact with a lighted lamp in the home of John Williams, caused anoth er explosion which resulted in the death of his daughter. Margaret, agevl 10 year. The settling of the earth also af fected the water mains of the village ar-d as a consequence the home of Williams and adjoining house were totally destroved. Deficit for the Month of Jnly. Washington. Aug. 2. The monthly comparative statement of the govern ment receipts and expenditures issued, shows that for the month of July, 1100, the total receipts were $."2,29$,So2, and the expenditures ?tvi. $13,721. leaving a delicit for the month of $13,514,861). Acting Naturally. It often requires courage to be nat ural a higher form of courage than that which marches behind the safe end of a gun. Moral courage which is not dependent on appearance or intimidat ed by custom is a finer quality than the daring of the speculator or the un flinching nerve of the soldier exposed to the Mre of an enemy. It takes tie bsst stamp of bravery to be true to oneself, and he who i9 loyal to the in ner voice, who keeps faith with himself and maintains self respect, wins a vic tory in the battle of life. To live tin daunted by the demands of unworthy conventionalism is not to live ia rain. Tiin.es' Want Ads. Bring Results SPORTING NOTES SCORES AT EASE BALL Chicago. Aug. 2. Following are the base ball scores: League: At New York St. Louis 1, New York 7; at P.rooklyn Pittsburg 1, Brooklyn " thirteen innings; at Jloston Cincinnati 1, Boston C; at Philadelphia Chicago 3, Philadel phia o. Association: At St. Louis Wash ington 2, St. Iyouis o ton innings; at Detroit New York 1, Detroit 2; tit Cleveland Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 8; at Chicago Boston 3, Chicago 1. Association: At Milwaukee Min neapolis o, Milwaukee 3; at Louisville Indianapolis 2, Louisville 0; (second gamei Indianapolis , Iouisville 11; at Columbus Toledo 1, Columbus 3; at Kansas City St. Paul 0, Kansas City 3. Western: At Lincoln Denver 1, Lin coln .; at Des Moines Pueblo 0, Pes Moines S; at Omaha Sioux City , Omaha 4. GAMES FOE TODAY. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Roston at Chicago. Washington at St. Louis. New York at Detroit. Philadelphia at Cleveland. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburg at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Boston. STANDING OF TEAMS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. V7. L. Pet. Chicago 63 29 605 New York 59 32 .643 Pittsburg 59 32 .C4 8 Philadelphia ....43 51 .457 Cincinnati 41 54 .4 32 Brooklyn 3 8 5 4 .413 St. Louis 36 61 .371 Boston 32 61 .344 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia 56 34 .632 New York 54 -35 .607 Cleveland 52 3S .578 Chicago 50 43 .538 Detroit 47 44 .516 St. Louis 46 43 .505 Washington 33; 57 .367 Boston .. ..26 68 .277 CENTRAL LEAGUE. Grand Rapids ...5S 34 .630 Springfield 55 36 .604 Canton 52 37 ' .5 84 Wheeling 50 4 2 .543 Evansville 43 43 .500 Dayton 41 52 .441 South Rend 36 54 .400 Terre Haute 26 63 .292 Eo:ton Teats Sox in Ragged Game. Fourteen players were used by the White Sox in an effort to give the Bostonians the hip throw, but neither numbers or individual ef fort was of any avail and the Sox were defeated by the score of 3 to 1. J. Towne, the new Sox catcher was put behind the plate for the first time but did not make good and was partly responsible for the defeat. The playing of the Sox was decidedly ragged and their errors together with the way Boston did things to the delivery of Altrock and Walsh did the business. Spuds Lose While Giants Win. To think that the Spuds should be the ones to check the losing streak of the Phillies is too much for the Chicago fan, but they have been figuring on losing one game out of each series, and as all the games were taken from Boston on the re cent visit, perhaps the Spuds can afford to drop one to the Phillies. Chicago's first defeat came as the re sult of Philadelphia bunching hits off from Pfiester. In eight innings Sparks held Chicago to three scat tered hits and only once did the Spuds reach the plate. The Phillies got their lead in the second when they bunched three singles which, with a wild throw and a base on balls gave them their first scores. The Spuds had a promising rally in the ninth which netted them two runs, but it flickered out before the tide was turned. In Camp With Yanger and Herman. The interest is general in the conn ing bout which is to 'be held in the r.fir future at Iudi?npolis and ;"uit at this time the training camps of the fighters av the placer, that are being watched with mot interest. The feeling of confidence at the Herman training camp at 3rond Rip ple has a counterpart, at Yanger's headquarters at Cedar Lake. Ben ny's manager, Jack Curley, wrote to friends in Indianapolis yesterday that his man would be fit to battle for the championship of the world when the time for the bout at Wash ington Baseball park conies. "There never was a boxer who has trained better or looks better than Benny does now," wrote Cur ley. 'He is ready at this minute, and there is going to be a big sur prise for somebody. I know Her man is confident, but so is Y'anger he never was more so in his life. There is an immense amount of hard work being done here. "The Barrys, who are boxing with him are being given a terrible game. There is no play in the work being done here and the conditions for perfect training are great." There is a big party of boxing fans at Yanger's camp, all of whom are interested in getting him into the finest shape possible for the con flict. He has a varied program of work and a hard one. but has not suffered an injury and present indi cations are that he will be in top form next week. At Herman's camp yesterday there was the usual routine of hard work, varied with some:, impromptu bouts with local boxers. The Kid is a firm believer in hard sparring as a train ing stunt and does not spare any of those who mix it with him. Galligan and Ryan give him the hardest ar guments and their bouts yesterday looked very much like the real thing. The crowds at the training head quarters are growing every day and yesterday many were unable to get standing room near enough the gym nasium to see the work. "I never saw a man improve in training as Herman is improving," Ryan said. "The nine of ten rounds that he spars a day are easy for him, and when the time for the bout comes he will be ready to go twice the distance." I. F. Donovan, a Joliet grain deal er was a visitor to the Harbor this morning. Fred Gastel Jr., and wife will visit their parents in Hammond tonight. A party of fifteen young people from here will have a basket supper at the Robertsdale park tomorow evening. Cashier Erickson of the State bank who is spending a two weeks" vaca tion in Goodland, returns to wTork on Saturday. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. West Hammond, TIL, July 30. 1906 Sealed proposals 'or bids for the construction of a pumping station and a system of sewers provided in a certain ordinance now on file in the office of the Village Clerk of West Hammond, will be received for the construction of said improvement as a whole, by the Board of Local Improvements on or before August 6. 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m. Plans and specifications for said improvement are on file at the office of the clerk of the village of West Hammond. All proposals or bids must be ac companied by cash or by check pay able to the order of the President of the Board of Local Improvement in his omcial capacity, certlued by a responsible bank, for an amount not less than 1 per cent of the aggre gate amount of the proposal, and no proposal or bid will be considered unless accompanied by such check or cash. The cost of said improvement will be paid for in vouchers and bonds bearing interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable wholly out of the fund derived from the assess ment for said improvement. Board of Local Improvements. 7-31-St. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Hammond, Ind., July 27. 1906. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of F. Richard Schaaf, Jr. Township Trustee of North Township at the Superior Court building at Hammond, Ind., until 12 noon sharp, Aug. IS. 1906, for the erection and completion of a heating and ventilat ing system in a four room school building to be erect'd at Saxony, Ind. Certified check $400. Bonds for full amount of contract. Cheek to be made payable to F. Richard Schaaf Jr., Township Trustee. Plans etc. can be seen at the office of the archi tect, J. T. Hutton, 306 Hammond building. Hammond, Ind. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. F. RICHARD SCHAAF. JR. Trustee North Township.-- 7.2S,tf. '' The Good and Beautiful. To see the good and the beautiful and u i- i. i t j. XO have no Strength to llTe It is only to be Mos8 on the mountain of Nebo, with the land at your feet and no pow- er to enter. It would be better not to see it. Olive Sehreiaer. ineertti. Hook Jones is the most melancholy t , fellow I know. Rook-I should think fo. indeed. He proposed to a frirl oace by asking her how she would like be his widow. 1 NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Hammond, Ind.. July 28. 1306. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of F. Richard Schaaf, Jr. Township Trustee of North town ship, in the Superior ' Court build ing at Hamond, Ind., until 12 noon sharp. Aug. IS, 1906. for the erection and completion of a. four room school building to be erected near Saxony, Lake county, Ind. Certified check $1,000 payable to F. Richard Schaaf Jr. Trustee. Bonds full amount of contract. Plans, etc. can be seen at the office of architect J. T. Hutton, 306 Hammond building, Hammond, Ind. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. F. RICHARD SCHAAF. JR. Trustee North Township. 7,2S,tf. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Hammond, Ind., July IS. 1906. Scaled bids will be received by the advisory board and township trustee until 12 noon sharp, Aug. IS, 1906, for all school supplies needed for the year 1906, together with furniture, seats and blackboards. Information can be had by applying to F. R. SCHAAF, Trustee. 7,2S,tf Hammond Ind., Notice of Administration lu the matter of tho Kstate of ) MARIAN E. SUTTON', ' No. 2tt. Deceased. ) Notice is hereby piven that the undersigned has been appointed Administratorof said Hstatd by the Clerk ot the Lake Superior Court Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. IbliAliL J. BUTTON'. Administrator. Dated July 27. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. THE STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUNTY. In the Lake Superior Court, October Term, 1906. Cause No. 3,256, Action to Enforce lien on Real Estate. East Chicago Company vs. Charle3 A. Friedrich, et al. Now comes John L. Rodgers, trus tee by Knotts and Bomber- ger, his attorneys and files an af fidavit of a competent person, show ing that the defendants, Charles A. Friedrich and Nellie E. Friedrich, his wife, are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore here by notified of the pendency of eaid action and that the same will stand for trial at th next term of said Court, and that Unless they appear and answer or demur, therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 9th day of October, A. D. 1906, the same be ing the 2nd day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held in the Court House at Hammond, in said County and State on the 2nd Monday October, A. D. 1906, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto set my hand and affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 12th day of July A. D. 1906. HAROLD II. WHEELER. Clerk L. S. C. SHERIFF'S SALE. Cause No. S.'. Fritz Ranies vs. William Wicks, et al. By virtue of an order of sale directed to me from the Clerk ot the Lake Superior Court I will expose to public sale to the hitrhest bidder for cash in hand, at the east door of the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, on Saturday, August 18, 1905. between the hours of 10 o clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M.. the rents and profits for a period not exceeainR seven years of the following de scribed real estate, to-wit : Lots nineteen (19) and twen'? (2'0 in lilock one (D in Rolling: Mill Addi tion to the City of Hammond, in Lak County. Indiana. If such rents' and profits will not pell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and rost. I will at the same time and place offer tor sale the fee simple in and to said real estate, or as much thereof as may re eunicient to s.itisfy said decree, interest, cost ann accruing cost-. Taken as the property cf William Wicks and Mrs William Wicks, whose true Christian name U unknown at the suit or t-ntr Karnes. Said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. C11AULKS J. DAUC.HERTV. Sheriff. Lake County. Indiana V. E. ROE. Attorney for riamun. Petition of Bankrupt for his Discharge In the matter of ) E. Clarence Richardson - No. !4. In Bankruptcy Bankrupt ) Order of Notice thereon. District of Indiana, s? : On this 20th day of July. A. D., 1S06. on read ing the petition of the bankrupt tor his dis charge. His ordered by the Court, that a hearing be had Ufion the same on the ISth dav of Autrust, a D-. 1906. before said Court, at Indianaoolis in j said District, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, j 1 and tnat nonce inereoi oe puonsneu twice in the I LAKE COUNTY TIMES. j Hammond, a newspaper printed in aid district. ? od that al! known creditors and other persons ia interest may appear at the said time and ; place and show cause, if any they have, why the i prayer of the said petitioner should nc be ifui, further ordered by the Court, that ; the Clerk shall end by rnail to all known ; creditor copies of ?aid petition and this order. addressed to tceni at tneir psaces of residence as stated. i Jtfdire of said Court, and the seal thereof, j I at Indianapolis, in said District, on the i i 2vtb day of Juiy. A. I) 1. ! v noble c butler. i ' (Seal of the Court) Clerk.; j Subscribe for the Lake County Times. RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD. East Eound. No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond 11 4S a. m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York, Hammond.. 3:4Sp. m No. J 2 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Hammond.. 11:4S p. m. West Eonud. No. 5 to Chicago, Ills., H3vnmond 6:16 a. ra. No. 9 to Chicago, St. Loals & Kan sas City. Hammond. .. . 9:34 a. ni. No. 1 to Chicago. Hammond.... 3:03 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis & Kan sas City 8:40 p. ra. 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. II. Tristram, Ast. Gen. Pasgr Agt. 97 Adams street, Chica go. 111. Fred N. HIckok, Agent, Hammond. ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday, July 23d, 1906 West Bound. No. 27 5:45 a. ni., daily except Sunday. No. 7 6:12 a. m., daily. No. 9 7:30 a. m., daily. No. 25 S:45 a. m., daily. No. 23 10:05 a. m., daily except Sunday. No. 21 3:50 p. m. No. 3 4:43 p. m. No. 101i S:50 p. m., Sunday only. Bass Lake., No. 13 9:50 p. m., daily except Monday. East Bound. No. S 10:25 p. m., daily. No. 2S 6:55 p. m., daily except Sunday. Hammond only. No. 26 6:43 p. m.,daily. No. 10 6:02 p. m., daily.,, No. 14 4:20 p. m.,daily except Sunday. , No. 20 3:25 p. m., daily. No. 4 11:53 a. m., daily. No. 102 9:00 a. m.,Sunday only, Bass Lake., , No. 24 S:10 a. xz., daily except Sunday., A. M. DeWeese, Agent. ERIE EXCURSIONS. Mountain Lake Park, Md., Aug. 28, 29, 30, 31, return limit September 15. One fare plus $1.00. Shoshoin and Woodland, "Wyo., July 11 to 28, return limit August 3. Fare $28.30. Roanoke, Va., August 12, 13, re turn limit, August 31; one fare plus 25 cents. Minneapolis, Min., August 10, 11, 12. 13, August 31. $8.95. St. Paul, July 23, 24, 25, 2C. return limit July 31. One fare plus $2.00. Bethany Park, Ind., July 17 to August 13th, return limit August 14. One fare plus 25 cents. Rome City, Ind., July 24 to August 16th, return limit August 20. One fare plus 25 cents. Rome City, Ind., August 17th. to 27th, return limit August 31. One fare plus 23 cents. Rome City, Ind., Aug. 29th to Sep-J temher sth, return limit September 11th. One fare plus 25 cents. Milwaukee, WI3., August 10,11, 12, and ; 13th.' return limit August 22. One fare plus $2.00.' " Bass Lake. Ind., Every Friday and Saturday, good returning Mon day. $2.00 round trip. All points on Lake Chautauqua, N. Y., on sale daily, good returning any time up to and including October 31. $18.25 round trip. $13.35 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets on sale July Cth and July 27th. Return limit 30 days from date of sala. One dollar excursion to Bas Lake Ind. Commencing June 24th and eve Ind., commencing June 24th and every Sunday following untail Sept. 23rd, 1906 inclusive. Good only on i Sunday special excursions. To Bippus. Ind., east, Chicago, 111., and return, every Sunday at one fare west, and all intermediate point3 turning cnly en date of saje. Bag gage cannot be checked on Sunday excursion tickets. For additional information call at ! Erie ticket ofSce or write A. M. De- Weese. assistant agent Erie Railroad wvq,, 3-. nv.v cninwv liTdaj d.'i uV dlU.SVJ r J f Uj MOMOH Time Table Effective June 3, 1S0G. SOUTH. No. 35 fl2 OS ara No. 5 9 19 ara No. 3 12 50 pra No. 33 3 55 pm No. 33 9 50 tra NORTIL No. 4 J.... e 10 am No. 33 fd 47 am No. 40 9 36 am No. 32 11 11 am No. 38 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. J. C. DOWNING, Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL, The Niagara Falls Route. Time card ia effect June 17th, 1906: Trains East No. 2, Detroit and, Local Ex...,; 7:5S a. rm No. 42, Grand Rapids Spl. Ex.; 1:54 p. No. 60, Itesort Spl. Friday and Saturday only , 2: 27 p. m, j No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'm, Ex, 3:55 p. ex, j No. 44, Grand Rapids Exp. D.. ! 7:40 p. m. No. 6, Detroit Express, D...,M 10:47 p. m. No. S6, Atlantic Express, D... i ,12: 49 a. rn. No. 14 due at 3:47 p. m. will stop ror 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 Rapid3 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.!): 55 a. m. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Exp.. 11:53 a, m. No. 9. Mich & Chicago Exn. D. . . . 2:06 p. m. No. 45, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Spl. D 4: OS p. ra. No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex,. 5:12 p. m. No. 47, Kal.' & Chgo. Exp. Ex.... ;t. 7: 05 p. nx. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. H;uday only 9:i?r r: No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. '. 9:35 p. m. Ex. Daily except Sunday. , D. Daily. , I. E. Dickinson, Agent. Pennsylvania Lino Schedule in effect Sunday, Nor. 23, '05 Lv.Hamd Ar Chi Lv Chi Ar Llamd x 6 50am 6 45 am sll 35 p m 12 32 a ra 6 26 " 7 35 5 25 a ta 6 28 6 41 " 7 45 x 8 00 " 9 00 slOll " 11 10 5 80 600 8 05 8 50 11 20 6 41 " 6 59 9 01 " 1011-V t . xl2 33 pm 1 35 p m 3 31 4 80 " 12 33 pm X 4 43 5 32 5 33 605 6 SO 7 00 it .i ii i 4 KCi v m A AG t it 4 15 &3 " 4 30 b 40 6 15 " 5 83 " 6 42 .i 7 17 . x7 00 " 8 00 Daily x Daily except Sunday s Sunday only John Przybyl FIRST CLASS , Buffet and Restaurant First Class Board. Meals . at ail hours. Phone 3101. 295 S. Hohman St.; Cor. Douglas HAMMOND. IND. Harvard Dentists Uammond's Largest Dental Office 5. VV. Cor. Hohman and Sttte Sts Hammond, Ind. BEST ViOHK AT REASOMBLE FRICES. Why Go To Chicago, Our Prices Compete with Chicago Prices. EXTRACTION, CLBAMNO, fcXAMlNATlON. TREE Wbec work Im ordered OVEN EVENINGS and 5UNDAY. Lady Attendant Phone 2925 New T!2p of Lfikc Ccnnty, Ind. Mr. J. T. Edwards cf Crown Point, has nearly completed cne of the mosl accurate and up-to-date maps eyer pnbliinsd ot Late County, after two years of hard " labor. - Map will te completed in a few weeks. Sand ia yoar order to J. T. EDWARDS, Crown Point, Is3.t or R. L. MILLER, Hammond. Ind. i