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Wednesday, Aiipr. 22,' 1906. THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN 1 1 i I -4 a - Want Column WANTED 25 salesladies for our great manufacturers closing out sale Cth. commencing Monday, August Apply to Mr. Erinker. LION STORE. VANTF.D An experienced grocery tferk at once. Apply E. C. Minas. s',21,3t. WANTED Girl for general house work. Mrs. F. Eekhart, 116 Russell. -S.21.tf. WANTED Three cylinder press ivo -!ors who live Sn Hammond or vi cinity. Best wages. Apply today. W. It. COXKEY CO. 8,21,2t. V.' A NT ED A first class journeyman tailor. Gottfried Ehrhardt, Hobart, Ind. 8-20-4t WANTED Girl for office work; must be a hustler. Harvard tists. 8-1 8-1 wk WANTED Young girl to take care of two children; apply at once. Mrs. J. H. Thalen, 634 Summer street.. WANTED Carpenters, by Angus Bros. & Co., on new round house at Gibson, Ind. 8,15,tf. WANTED Pneumatic hammer riv eters and experienced car titters. Apply, Superintendent, Wesrern Steel Car and Foundry Co., Hege.visch, 111. S,lG,10t. WANTED One or two furnished rooms for light housekeeping pur poses. Address Phillip Miller, Lion store, drug department. WANTED. Ten laborers for outside work; Highest wages paid. Apply AT ONCE. W. B. C0NEY CO. 8-13-lwk. NOTICE. Lessons given in tapestry painting and velvet pillow tops. No talent required. Easy method. Call 13S Russell street. 8,1 5, lw. LOST Five ten dollar bills In a roll, between State Line and Hohman street on Russell street. Liberal re ward for return or information at TIMES OFFICE. 8,1 8, 3t. LOST At Lake Front park Sunday, August 12. a brown handbag, con taining about $5 in change and a gold medal tied with blue ribbon; anyone finding will receive a'liberal reward by returning to Times office. Mrs. Mary McElray. Whiting,' Ind. S-15-3t. FOUND On Michigan avenue, be tween Calumet and Columbia -gold filled open face watch. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this ad. Lake County Times. NOTICE For fine dressmaking call at 135 East Williams street. 8.4.3W. FOR III NT Two first lloor rooms for gentleman and wife or two gentle men Inquire at 312 Sibley. S,20,3t. 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. FOR SALE A corner saloon doing a profitable business on North Side. Good brick building with 7 room fiat above. Sold at a bargain. Ap ply to G0STLIN, MEYN & CO. FOR SALE Cheap. . . Grocery and meat market with fixtures. Good location. Address B. 13. Care Times office. 8,20,6t. FOR SALE Square piano in good condition; $25; easy payments. Straube Piano factory, Take South Hohman street car. S-15-lwk FOR SALE 9 room house cheap; 50 foot lot, in heart of city. Inquire 19 State street, Hammond. S-41m Carter's first class Hvery and un dertaking ;open day and night. Am bulance calls answered promptly. 5-29-tf The name of the Erlebacb. Plan ing Mill is changed to the Invalid Appliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 406-408-410-412. Indiana Avenue. Te- phone 1S71. 6-21-tf FOR SALE. $250.00 Black Piano made by C. A. Smith, Chicago. Perfect condition, tune and tone. $90.00. ?250.00 Angelus Piano Player and Organ 5S keys, natural wood, finest Malu gony case. $30 worth cf latest music. $i 45.00. 375.00 Regent Piano, natural Ma hogany case. Bought less than two months ago. Made by Blasius & Sons Philadelphia. Sold by Lyon Ileaiy, Chicago, $280.00. FREDERICK L. IIEINTZ... S,20,tf. In the Way of Sport SCOKES AT BASE BALL Chicago, Aug. 22. Following ere the base ball scores: League: At Pittsburg Brooklyn 7, Pittsburg 8 ten innings; at Chicago New York 2, Chicago 4. American: At Philadelphia St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 1 seven innings, rain, second game declared off; at Washington Cleveland 2, Washinirton 0; (second garnet Cleveland 1, Washing ton 2 ten InniEgs; at Boston Detroit 2, Boston r; at New York Rain. Association: At St. Paul Toledo 5, St. Paul 6 twelve Innings; at Min neapolisColumbus 6, Minneapolis 4; at Milwaukee Louisville 3, Milwau kee 4; at Kansas City Indianapolis 2, Kansas City 4. Western: At Des Moines Puebla Les Moines i seven innings, catea Den-ia: at Omaha Denver 5, Omaha 11; at Lincoln Sioux City 2, Lincoln 9. GAMES FOR TODAY. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia at Chicago. New York at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Boston at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago at New York (two games.) St. Louis at Philadelphia (two games. ) Cleveland at Washington. Detroit at Boston. STANDING OF THE CLUB.. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. Chicago 81 37 723 New York 70 3 8 .64 8 Pittsburg 63 40 .633 Philadelphia ....52 58 .473 Cincinnati 49 63 .437 Brooklyn 41 66 .3 S3 St. Louis 4 0 72 .357 Boston 33 77 .348 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. Chicago 66 43 .606 Philadelphia 62 47 .596 Cleveland . j. 60 46 .566 New York 58 4 5 .563 St. Louis 57 51 .528 Detroit . .53 56 .486 Washington 42 66 ; .3S3 Boston ...... ...33 77 .300 CENTRAL LEAGUE. Grand Rapids.... 72 39 .649 Canton 63 44 . .588 Springfield 64 4 6 .5 80 Wheeling 60 53 .531 Dayton 53 57 .4 82 Evaiisville , 52 , 57 .396 Terre Haute 33 77 .369 South Bend 44 68 .393 SPORTING BRIEFS. President Murphy of the Spuds an nounces that he has secured two new players. They are Chenault and Purdue of the Vincennes team, both pitchers, and Warren Seabaugh, a young catcher. The score of the games between the Joe Long Juniors and the Kouts team was erroniously reported to be 9 to 2, when the result was 9 to 6. Gans has already reduced his weight to 133 pounds while Nelson is two pounds heavier. At present the betting odds are 10 to 9 in favor of Gans. The White Sox Rest. The White Sox were compelled to take a rest yesterday on account of the rain and will have to play a double header with New York today. It is an interesting fact that in the last three games that Chesbre has pitched all against Chicago his team-mates have scored but one run. It is also a fact that in the last six games, all of which have been played with New York, the Yanks were able to make only three runs. Spuds Play off Tie and Win. The disheartened Giants left Chi cago for Pittsburg last night after having been defeated in three of the four games that were played in the recent series. Brown and Ames did the slab stunt and In the early in nings simply mowed down the batters y uv wceu ium. iu me mm mere . 1 - 3 .V. . . 1 , i was a leak in Browns support that re sulted in a Giant run. In the sixth, four men were passed by Ames and a run was forced in by his poor pitch ing. One of the incidents of the game happened when McGann was put out of the game in the sixth In ning for threatening the umpire. The feature of the game was the wonder ful stick work by Jimmy Slagle. He made three hits, one of them a three I bagger, which constituted just half of the hits that were secured from Ames delivery. .His tripple in the seventh was just 'what was needed to bring in the three runs that were needed so much just at that time. The final score was: Chicago, 4; New York, 2. THEATRICAL NOTES. Local theatregoers will be delight ed with Manager Tcwle's announce mer.t cf the engagement of W. B. Pat ton as one of the season's most wor thy offerings. Each year Mr. Pat ton has added popularity to his long list of admirers, who have witnessed his performances. Very few were aware of the fact that he was the author of the plays ha was appearing in, which have furnished an evening's enjoyment to so many thousand peo ple in the past few years. He is also the author of "The Slow Poke," a new Western play of great heart in terest that he will be seen in here this season. He is surrounded with an exceptionally clever cast and the scenic effects are described as being both elaborate and appropriate. With but three more weeks to run, that wonderful young star, Miss Elsie Janis, is continuing as a genuine fur ore in the delightful automobile play, "The Vanderbilt Cup," which is crowding Chicago's most beautiful theater, the Colonial, despite the sul try weather and the unpromising theater temperature, as judged from the thermometer. The merit of an at traction that can play to crowded houses during the month of Aug ust Is to be regarded as a matter of course, and Miss Janis has set a new standard in stage entertainment, for she is not only versatile and wonder fully well poised in her work as an actress and gives the. finest imitat ions that the stage has ever seen, but the carries herself with the ease and adaptability of a woman of thirty although she has yet to reach her eighteenth birthday. The idea of giv ing a complimentary matinee to her seventeen-year-old girl friends next Monday, struck with such tremendous impact that the management and star were compelled to retire in con fusion and defeat. From the imme diate and general favor in which the affair was received, it was speedily recognized that the performance would mean thousands of disappoint ed young girls unable to obtain ad mission owing to the limited capacity of the house, and in order to avoid all such troubie and any disappoint- jment of uch a nature it was decided to aoandon the idea, with the an- nouccement that when Miss Janis returns to Chicago again, she will endeavor to secure the auditorium for such an event. Great Interest is manifested in the approaching engagement at Chicago'? beautiful theater, the Colonial, of Geo. M. Cohan in "George Washing ton Jr.," the run opening Sunday night. September 1G. This date will necessitate the use of a special train rushing from Pittsburg, where the attraction closes the night , before and the big company will present the "Yankee Doodle comedian's" latest 0m Si, M V ' fc Him. I and most successful effort, a tuneful, lively, exhilarating production. The young author-tomposer-Btage-manag-er-actor-comedian is said never to have been seen quite so near his best as in this clever work, and the army of Cohan admirers will have ample opportunity to enjoy the new play. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. THE STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUNTY. Tn the Lake Superior Court, Oc tober Term. 1906. ! Cause No. 3 4 87 ; Action to Sell Real Estate. Benton N. Boyer, Administrator, etc. Vs. Laura W. Wellman. et al. Now comes the plaintiff by V. S. Reiter, attorney, ami me& ms iu:,i plaint herein, together with an affi davit of a competent person, show ing that the defendants, Laura W. Wellman, Edward A. Jameson, Guar dian of Clarence Jameson, infant son of Roeua Jameson, deceased, nee Boyer; Mttrdilla Gregory, Maude Brown and Benton N. Boyer and Clarence Jameson are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore here by notified of the pendency of said action and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said court, and that unless they appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 22d day of October A. D. 1906, the same be ing the 13th 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 of October A. D. 1906, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. In Witness Whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 21st day of August A. D. 1906. HAROLD H. WHEELER, (Seal). Clerk L. S. C. By Carrie 13. Miles, deputy clerk. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. THE STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUNTY. In the Lake Superior Court, October Term, 1906. Cause No. 3 490: Action to Quiet Title. Hamy I. Marcus, et al. Vs. James D. Carson, et al. Now comes the Plaintiff by Stm son Bros., attorneys, and files their complaint herein together with an affidavit of hi competent person, show ing that the defendants, James D. Carson, and May Carson, his wife, whose true christian name is un known, the unknown heirs, legatees and devisees of James D. Carson and May Carson, his wife; James W. Oak ley, Mrs. James W. Oakley, his wife, whose true christian name ia un known, the, unknown heirs, legatees and devisees of James W. Oakley and Mrs. James W. Oakley, his wife; Jos eph H. Walker, Mrs. Joseph H. Walk er, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, the unknown heirs legatees and devisees of Joseph H. Walker and Mrs. Joseph II. Walker, his wife; the Chicago Rendering fe Drying Company, a corporation, of the City of Chicago, Cook County, State of Illinois, are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore here by notified of the pendency of said action and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless they appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 15th day of October A. D. 1906, the same be ing the 7th 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 of October A. D. 19 06, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. In Witness Whereof. I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 22nd day of August A. D. 1906. " HAROLD H. WHEELER, (Seal). Clerk L. S. C. By Carrie B. Miles, deputy clerk. riovr Plate Glaod Is Blade. The cast plate glass of which mirrors. shop windows and such things are made is prepared from the whitest sand, broken plate glass, soda, a small amount of manganese and cobalt oxides. The glass when perfectly melted is poured upon an Iron table of the gize required, and the thickness is regulated by a strip of iron placed down each of the four sides of th table. Immediately after It is poured out the molten substance i? flattened down by an iron roller, which lowers the glass to the thickness of the strip3 at the sides. It Is then annealed or tempered for several days, after which it is ground perfectly level and polished to transparent brilliancy. The first plate glass was made la 1683 at St. Picardy, France, where the process was rouna out dt an accident, as so many other important methods la manufacture have been discovered, where there were eyes to see the acci dents and minds to apply them or the lessons they taught to the advance of I art or ipdugtrT' , Subscribe for the Lake County Times. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS A list of transfers of real estate furnished daiiy by the Lake County Title and Guaranty company, ab- tract ers. Offices it Hammond and Crown Point. A list of transfers of real estate furnished daily by the Lake County Title and Guaranty Company, Ab stracters. Offices at Hammond and Crown Point. Ind. Wilhelmine Piatt to August Natke, lot 14, block 12, J. Wm. Eschenburg's state line addition, Hammond. Ind.. for. 700 Einile Salzman to Frank N. G. vit, lots 17 and 18. block 6, Bradford Bros, addition, Tol leston, Ind., for 350 East Chicago Co. to Lake Co. Building Co., lots 17 and 18, block 5 nw V section 33-37- 9, East Chicago, Ind., for... S50 East Chicago Co. to John Pal- kovitch, lots 11 and 12, block 7, se V section 29-37-9, East Chicago, Ind., for 900 Peter W. Myen to Carries Mat- thies, lot 2 0, w i2 lot 21, block 4, Towle & Young's second addition, Hammond, Ind., for Ira E. Hammond to I. S. Perk ins, lot 33, block 3, Logan Park addition. Tolleston, Ind., for I. S. Perkins to A. J. Shaw, lot 33, block 3, Logan Park ad dition, Tolleston, Ind., for.. John McKinney to Richard L. Miller, lots 1 and 2, block 200 10 5, Bradford Bros. Tolleston, Ind., for. addition, S00 Otto J. Gondolf to Teofll Illintz ki, lot 25, block 55, Indiana Harbor, Ind., for 400 Besides the foregoing transfers there have been filed with the Re corder of Lake County, Ind.: 3 Mortgage, 2 Releases and 4 Miscel laneous Instruments. Notice to Non-Resident The State of Indiana, Lake County. In the Lake Superior Court, October Term, 1906. Louis Q. Palmer i Cause No. 3456 vs. Daisy Palmer ; Action to Divorce. Now comes the Plaintiff by V. S. Keitpr, nttor ney, and files his complaint herein, together vith an affidavit of a competMit person, showing that the defendant, Daisy Palmer, is not a resident of the State of Indiana. Said defendant Is therefore hereby notified of the pendancy of said action and that the same i I stand for trial at the next term of sai 1 Court, and that unless she appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 1Mb day of Octoter, A. 1). 1 the same being the 7th 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 of October. A. D. 16, said action will be heard and determined iu her absence. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 20th day of August, A. D. W. HAROLD H.WHEFLKR. By CARRIE B. MILES. Clerk JL. S. C. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE. Of Estimated Expenditures and Tax Levies for the Year 1906. The Trustee of North township Lake County, proposes for the Yearly Expenditures and Tax Levies by the Advisory Board at its Annual Meet ing to be hold at Superior Court House, Tuesday, Sept. 4th, 9 a. m the following estimates and amounts for said year: 1. Township expenditures, $ 8,600 Tax 40 cents on each $100 valuation and on each poll. 2. Local Tuition Expeditures, $2,150, Tax 10 cents on each $100 valuation, and on each poll. 3. Special school expenditures, $5,375. Tax 25 cents on each $100 valuation, and on each poll. 4. Road tax expenditures, $2,150, tax 10 cents on each $100 valuation and on each poll. S. Other, or miscellaneous items expenditures $430, tax 2 cents, and on each poll. Signed this 1st day of August 1906. F. R. SCHAAF, Trustee. ana vaunev and Family Theatre H. Brooks - Proprietor and Manager GREAT GAY Kin? of handcuffs. Will forfeit 5500 to any one who will put a pair of culls on him that he can not remove. PARKER & PARKER Champion Wrestlers. WAUKEN & BURNELL Comedy Musical Artists. Lady Vfolinist. Illustrated songs; moving pictures. i Subscribe for the Lake County Times. Palace of Sweets CANDIES AND ICE CREAM Times' Want Ads. Bring Results RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD. East Bound. No. 14 Local roiuts to Detroit, Hammond 11 48a.m.; !No. 6 Through train Buffalo & J New York. Hammond.. S:4S p. m iNo. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Hammond.. 11: IS p. in. West Eor.ui No. 5 to Chicago, liis., Ila'xmond 6: 16 a. in. No. 9 to Chicago. St. Loais & Kan sas City. Hammond.... 9:34 a. in. No. 1 to Chicago. Hammond.... 3:03 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis & Kan sas City S:40 p. m. Trains No. C and 5 are through trains to Toledo. O. and Pittsburg. Pa., with chair cars and Eieeper. All trains daily. For any information 'phone 2761, or write F. H. Tristram, Ast. Gen. Pasgr Agt. S7 Adams street, Chica go, 111. Fred N. Hickok, Agent, Hammond. ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday. July 23d, 1906. West Bound, No. 27 5:45 a. m., dally except Sunday. No. 7 6:12 a. m., dally. 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. 101 S:50 p. m., Sunday only, Bass Lake., No. 13 9:50 p. m., dally except Monday. East Bound. No. 8 10:25 p. m., daily. No. 28 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., dally. No. 4 11:53 a. m., daily. No. 102 9:00 a. m.,Sunday only, Bass Lake., No. 24 8:10 a. xz., daily except Sunday., I A. M. DeWeese, Agent. Times' Want Ads. Bring Results NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Hammond, Ind., July 28, 1906. 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 paj-able 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 18, 1906. Sealed bids will be received by the advisory board and township trustee until 12 noon sharp, Aug. 18, 1906, for all school supplies needed for the year 1906," together with furniture, seats and blackboards. Information can he had by applying to F. R. SCHAAF, Trustee, 7,28,tf ' Hammond Ind., NOTICE. The launch Alji will leave the land ing at the bridge on Calumet ave nue, for Clark Station at the follow ing hours daily: 5:00, 9:00, 12:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. The boat will leave Clarlc Station returning at 6:30 10:30 a. ra., and 1:30, 5:00 p. m. NIC. KAIIL. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Hammond, Ind., July 27, 1905. Sealed proposals will Le received at the office of F. Richard Schaaf, Jr. Township Trustee of North Township at the Superior Court building at Hammond, Ind., until 12 neon sharp, Aug. IS, 1 3 0 0, for the erection and completion cf a heating and ventilat ing system in a four roorj school building to be erected at Saxony, Ind. Certified check $4 00. Bonds for full amount of contract. Cheek to be made payable to F. Richard Schaaf Jr., Township Trustee. Plans etc. can be seen at 'he of3ce of the archi tect, J. T. Hutton, 205 Hammond building, Hammond, Ind. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. F. RICHARD SCHAAF, JR. Trustee North Township. i 7.2S.tf- mimi i Tiine Table Effective June 3, 1906. SOUTH. No, o J 5 39 , .... .f 12 OS am ...... .9 19 am ... 12 50 pm 3 55 pm 9 GO pm. rii. , 6 10 am fo 47 am , 9 36 am ,..... 11 11 am s4 39 pm , 5 0 2 pm , x? 49 pra No, No, No j No. 33 No. 4. . No. 36 . No. 4 0 No. 32 No. 3S No. 6. No. 30. S Denotes Sunday only. X Daily except Sunday. F. Flag stop only. J. C. DOWNING, Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The Niagara Falls Itoute. Time card ia effect Jua 17tn, 190f: Trains East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Ex.. ' 7:58 a. in. 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'ra. Ex, 3:55 p. m j No. 44, Grand Rapids Exp. D. . .7:40 p. xa, No. 6, Detroit Express, D....M 10:47, p. to, No. 36, Atlantic Express. D... , .....12: 49 &. xn. No. 14 duo at 3:47. p. ra. will stop for passengers for Kalamazoo or points east thereof. . No. 10 duo at 11:10 a. m. will stop for passengers for Buffalo or points east thereof when advance notice is given. Trains West, No. 41, Grand Rapids and Chicago Exp. D 6:20 a. nu No. 37, Pacific Express D.; 6:40 a.m. No. 63, Resort Spl Monday only... . 9:22 a. ra No. 27, Chicago Acc'ni Ex. 9: 65 a. ra. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Exp... .. 11:53 a. ra. No. 9, Mich & Chicago Exp. D. . . ., 2:06 p. vu No. 45, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. SpL D 4:' OS p. m. No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.. 5:12 p. m. No. 47, Kal. & Chgo. Exp. Ex.... ,,......7:05 p. n. No. 4 9, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday onlj , 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, Not. 28, '05 LvjHamd Ar Chi Lv Chi Ar Ilamd x 6 50 a m 6 45 a m ell 35 p m 12 32 a ra 6 26 " 7 35 6 25 a m 6 28 6 41 " 7 45 X 8 00 ' 9 00 SlOll 11 10 6 30 6 41 6 59 t 00 8 50' 9 01 X12 33 pm 1 35 p ra 1011 4 oO 605 11 20 12 8 pra X4 48 5 32 5 32 u 3 50 p m 4 48 6 80 700 8 00 4 15 4 30 5 40 6 15 4 5 33 M 6 42 ' 717 X7 00 x Daily except Sunday 6 Sunday only John Przybyl FIRST CLASS Buffet and Restaurant First Class Board. Meals at all hours. Phone 3101. 295 S. Hohman St., Cor. Douglas HAMAIOND, IND. 1 CAN SELL Your Real Estate or Business No matter where located. Proper ties and Business of all kinds sold quicklr for cash in all parts of the United States. Don't wait. Write today de scribing what you have to sell and giva cash price on same. If You Want to Buy any kind of business or real estate any where at any price, write mo your re quirements. I can save you time aad raoney. DAVID P. TAFF, THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan. New Map of Lake County, Ind. Mr. J. T. Edwards of Crowa Point, has nearly completed one of the mcit accurate and up-to-date roups evei pBfclished of Lake County, ter twe years of hard labor. Map will b completed in a few weeks. Send la your order to J. T. EDWARDS, Crown Point, lad., or K. L. MILLER, Hammond. Ind. i Subscribe lor the Lake County Tines.