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Friclaw Aucnist 24, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE-SEVEN Want Column "WAXTICD Chambermaid, Hotel Ma jestic. 8-24-21 WANTED Four women to eort clean paper. Must be Eteady and reliable. Fin-t class position. $6.00 per week Willi chance of advancement. : W. B. CONKEV CO. S,23,3t. WANTED Four packers familiar with work in shipping room. Ap ply at once. W. B. Conkey company. WANTED 25 salesladies for cur great manufacturers closing out sale commencing Monday, August 20th. Apply to Mr. Brinker. LION STORE. WANTED An experienced grocery clerk at once. Apply E. C. Minas. 8,21,3t. WANTED O n e cabinet finisher. Sober, steady man wanted. No other need apply. Invalid Appliance Co. 8,2 2,3t. ' WANTED Dining room girl. Good wages. Apply Hammond Cafe. 8,22, It. WANTED Girl for general house work. Mrs. F. Eckhart. 116 Russell. 8,21,tf. WANTED Three cylinder press feeders who live in Hammond or vi cinity, liest wages. Apply today. W. H. CONKEY CO. 8,21, 2t. W7VNTED Woman to do washing and ironing in private family. Mrs. J. D. Shaw, 429 Indiana. 8-23-3t. WANTED Girl for office work; must be a hustler. Harvard Den tists. S-lS-lwk WANTED Carpenters, by Angus Bros. & Co., on new round house at Gibson, Ind. 3,1 5,tf. WANTED Pneumatic hammer riv eters and experienced cav fitters. Apply, Superintendent, Western Steel Car and Foundry Co., HegeA'isch, HI. 8, 16, lot. WANTED One or two furnished rooms for light housekeeping pur poses. Address Phillip Miller, Lion Btore, drug department. NOTICE For fine dressmaking call at 135 East Williams street. 8,4,3w. . .- j, f . - - . -.,- FOU RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping; gas. 377 Sibley street. S-23-3t FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply at 9 State street, up stairs. S,22,2t. 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 On easy terms, house suitable for two families. Desir able corner lot, sewer, water, gas, etc. All Improvements. Located at 8 01 Summer street, inquire S12 Sibley street. 8-21-tf FOR SALE Household outfit com plex in good condition. By buy ing furniture party can secure for rent a good five room feouse for $S.0O. Call at corner of Fayette and Calu met. 8,22, 2t. TOR SALE A corner saloon dVng a profitable business on North Side. Good brick building with 7 room flat 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 offlce. S,20,6t. FOR SALE 9 room house cheap; 50 foot lot, in heart of city. Inquire 19 State street, Hammond. S-41m Carter's first class livery and un dertaking ;open day and night. Am bulance calls answered promptly. 5-29-tt The name of the Erlebach Plan ing Mill is changed to the Invalid Appliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 4 06 4 0S-410-412, Indiana Avenue. Te phone 1S71. 6-21-tf FOR SALE. J250.C0 Black Piano made by C. A. Smith. Chicago. Perfect condition, :une and tone, $7 5.00. $2 50.00 Angelus Piano Player and 3rgan 5 8 keys, natural wood, finest Mahogony case. $5 0 worth of latest music. $125,00. 375.00 Regent Piano, natural Ma aogany case. Bought less than two nonths ago. Made by Blasius & Sons Philadelphia. Sold by Lyon & Mealy, Chicago, $280.00. FREDERICK L. HEINTZ.. . S,20,tf. Times' Want Ads. Bring. Results In the Way of Sport j SCORES AT BASE EALL Chicago, Aug. 24. Following are the base ball scores: League: At Pittsburg New York 3, Plttsburjc 7; at St. Louis Boston 1. Ht. Louis at Chicago Philadel phia 3, Chicago 5; at Cincinnati Rain. American: At New York Cleveland 1, New York .'i; at Philadelphia De troit 7, Philadelphia G ten innings; at Washington Chicago 4. Washington 1; at Boston St. Lou's 3, Boston 1. Association: At St. Paul Louisville 1, St Paul 3; at Minneapolis Indi anapolis 1, Minneapolis 0; at Milwau kee Columbus 2, Milwaukee 0; at Kansas City Toledo 3, Kansas City 0; 'second game) Toledo 4, Kansas City 0. Western: At Omaha Des Moines 4. Omaha 1; at Sioux City Denver 4, Sioux City 0; at Lincoln Pueblo 0, Lincoln 1. GAMES FOR TODAY. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia at Chicago. New York at Pittsburg. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Boston at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago at Washington. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. St. Louis at Boston. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. Chicago 83 31 Pittsburg 71 4 0 New York 70 40 Cincinnati 49 64 Philadelphia 52 60 Brooklyn 4 2 6 6 St. Louis 4 2 72 Boston 39 74 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Chicago 69 43 Philadelphia 63 48 New York 59 47 Cleveland 60 4S St. Louis 58 52 Detroit 54 57 Washington ....v53 . -67 Boston 34 7S Pet. .728 .640 .636 .434 .464 .389 .368 .345 .617 .568 .557 .556 .527 .487 .391 .304 CENTRAL LEAGUE. Grand Rapids . . .73 41 Springfield ,64 47 Canton 63 47 . Wheeling 63 53 Evansville 55 57 Dayton 55 58 South Bend 45 68 Terre Haute 33 SO .641 .576 .57 2 .543 .491 .487 .398 .292 SPORTING BRIEFS. A week from Sunday the Joe Long Juniors will play the big team from East Chicago. President Roosevelt has been in vited by L. M. Sullivan to attend the Gans-Nelson fight at Goldfleid, Nev., Labor day. The Joe Long Juniors will take on two teams next Sunday (if they both show up) on the Harrison park grounds. They are the Young Ro mans and a South Chicago team. The only team to exceed the rec ord of the White Sox in winning 19 straight victories was the Providence team -which in 1884 while playing only two or three games a week won twenty in succession. The hunting season began on Aug ust 1. All licenses are good from this date for one year. From Aug ust 1 to October 1 hunters are al lowed to shoot squirrels or rabbits. Then from November 10 to January 1 both squirrels and rabbits may be hunted. From September 1 to Ap ril 15 water fowls may be hunted. Quail may be hunted from November 10 to January l. Fhillies Lose Another to Spuds. Every man In the Spud's team with the exception cf Chance and Tinker secured a hit off Bill DuggJeby ta the games yesterday with the Phil lies. The Quaker pitcher was taxeij for a total of twelve hits, half cfj which were for extra bases. It was I when Mr. Duggleby was touched for! five-hits in a cluster in the seventh) inning that the game was decided for Chicago. The work of the Phil lies ia the ninth showed the fighting qualities and nearly resulted in a winning finish for the visitors. P.y consistently hammering at Overall Sin the ninth the Phillies ect two runs over the plate and two men on bases when the rally was stop ped. The score was 5 to 3. Subscribe for the Lake County Times. Nineteen Straight for Sex. About nineteen games ago White Sox were defeated by the the Senators, and cn their home grounds at that. Yesterday for the first time since then the Sox again faced the Washington players after having won every game in the interval and broke the American league record for the i greatest number of consecutive vie-1 it indicates lack of culture to j New Chicago Real Estate &. Inven tories. Washington did not repeat j them, but the great majority of thea- j went company to Morris David, the offense of putting a kink in the Uer-goers are quick to recognize and j lot 17, block C. Matthias addition, Sox championship aspirations; they appreciate a play that deals with j Liverpool Height?, Ind., for.. $25 meekly handed over the game by the I score of 4 to 1. The Sox played a j good, clean game and deserved to , win on their showing. Roy Patter- son pitched for Chicago and vas ef - fective in keeping the hits scattered in all but the fourth when the Sena tors secured their only run. It was in that fifth inning that Chicago won the game when it jumped to the front with two extra runs. The Sox' fourth and final tally w.is secured in the seventh when Lsbell singled to center. THEATRICAL NOTES. There is more going on at White City than ever. Gaiety is at its height and the tremendous crowds that throng the broad walk each afternoon and evening and crowd in to the different concessions seem in the highest of spirits and enjoy every thing to the fullest extent. Last week was the most successsful week of the park's season, both in point of attendance and the quality of the, at traceions. 'Swedish Day" added not a little, last Thursday, to the event fulness of the week's happenings, but even this occasion did not far out strip a number of ths other evenings. Sunday ushered in the second week of the Hungarian Hussar band and this organization will continue to give concerts until Saturday night. The band has been deservedly popular each performance having been list ened to by a large and appreciative audience. Estelle Louise Mann, wrhose brilliant mezzo-soprano voice is known i to lovers of vocal art throughout the country, is a popular feature of the band concerts. Her repertoire is varied in the extreme and these programs are favored by some of the best selections. The vau deville program is especially bright and" new this week. On Sunday last its initial performance was given, in cluding the following numbers: Lot tie West Symonds, the Irish countess; Clark & Duncan, comedy sketch art ists; Gihnore n& Carroll, black face comedians; Peter J. Smith, new il lustrated song; the Mexican trio, ac robats and jugglers; Senorita Mendez Spanish castanet dancer; the whist ling prodigy and the kinodrome. Local theatregoers will be delight ed with Manager Towle's announce ment of the engagement of W. B. Pat ton as one of the season's most wor- thy offering. ch vear M ; Fat- ton has added popularity to his long j list of admirers, who have witnessed I his performances. Very few were j aware of the fact that tie was the; author of the plays he was appearing ; ff - y tell 'I Cm I oil A i X fil' ) 1 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 j both elaborate and appropriate. Critics often refuse to recognize that which is not labored; where no violence of direction is shown they see no art. To follow too closely to nature is considered rucle by gome human nature. Such a play is "The , Slow Poke." The author has given his characters the quaint mannerisms of speech and the '"localisms" of their own western atmosphere and the play is well seasoned with the homely wit there current. Seldom has a piece been accorded such unstinted praise by both press and public and grate ful indeed must be the feelings of the young star, Mr. W. B. Patton, at the many kind words and lauda tory criticisms accorded him. The management has an entirely new scenic investure of the most elabor ate character for the production this season and a cast of unusual excel lence has been engaged for their es pecial fitness of the different roles. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. THE STATE "oFIN DIANA, LAKE COUNTY. In the Lake Superior Court, Oc tober Term, 1906. Cause No. 3437; 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, and files his com 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 Roena Jameson, deceased, nee Boyer; Mardilla 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. Dv 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, aid 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 B. Miles, deputy clerk. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. THE STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUNTY. In the Lake Superior Court, October Term, 1906. Cause No. 3490; Action to Quiet Title. Ilamy I. Marcus, et al. Vs. James D. Carson, et al. Now comes the Plaintiff by Stin son Bros., attorneys, and files their complaint herein together with an affidavit of a 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 is 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 II. Walk er, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, the unknown heirs legatees and devisees of Joseph H. Walker and Mrs. Joseph H. Walker, his wife; the Chicago Rendering & 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 fame will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless they appear 'and answer or demur therein, at the j calling of said cause, on the 15th day of October A. D. 1906. the fame 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 j County and State on the 2nd Monday jof October A. D. 190 6, said action will be heard and determined in their j absence. I In Witness Whereof. I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said Court; at Hammond, this 22ad day of August A. D. 1906. HAROLD II . WHEELER, (Seal). , Cierk L. S. C. By Carrie B. Miles, deputy clerk. REAL ESTATE " TRANSFERS ! A . list of transfers of real estate i furnished daily by the Lake County Title and Guaranty company, stracters. OSces at Hammond and Crown Point. George W. Lawrence to Isaac Brown, lot 2", block North Side addition, Hammond, Ind., for.... 51,20 0 Oscar F. Godfrey to Theodore H. Blosser, lot 9, block 6, Wilcox &: Godfreys addition, Hammond. Ind., for ' ? 2,000 Eliza A. Crawford to Charles M. Baker, S. ij 5. E. U section 5-34-S Crown Point, Ind., for $100 Frances Henderlong to James R Minn Intc 1". on 1A hlni-L- 9 TJ.ill. ing View addition, Crown Point, Iml- for '60 Besides the foregoing transfers there have been filed for record with the recorder of Lake county, Ind., two mortgages, one release and four miscellaneous instruments. A Comprehensive Verdict. A chikl in an English town tras killed by a steam atomizing apparatus falling on it The coroner's jury brought in the following' curious ver dict: "Death resulted from shock fol lowing bronchitis and whooping cough, caused through the shaking of the house by the firing of a gun at the government proof bntta on the Pulm stead marshes." LOW RATES TO NORTH SOUTH DAKOTA. AND Via Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Harvester second-class tickets, from Chicago to all points on Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul Ry. in North Da kota and South Dakota. Rate $14.50 for each person, when five or more persons travel on one ticket. Tick ets on sale daily until August 31. Low rate3 returning November 30. E. G. IIAYDEN, Traveling Passenger Agent, 4 26 Superior Ave., N. W. Cleveland, O. Notice to Non-Resident The State of Indiana. Lake County. J ii the Lake Superior Court, October Term, 19o. Louis O. Palmer ) Cause No. 3456 vs. J Daisy Palmer ) Action to Divorce. Now comes the PlaintifT by V. S. .Reiter, attor ney, and tiles his complaint herein, together with an affidavit of a competent ptrson, 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 1 stand for trial at the next term of gaid Court, and that unless she appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 15th day of October, A. I). lvOS. the same leinirthe 7th day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held in the Court House at Hammond, in paid County and State on the 2nd Monday of October. A. D. 1-AJ6, said action will be heard and determined in her absence. In wifness whereof. I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 20th day of August, A. D. IW. HAROLD II, WHEFLER. By CARRIE P.. MILKS. Clerk L. 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 held 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 1 on each poll. 8. Other, or miscellaneous Items, expenditures $430, tax 2 cents, and on each poll. Signed this 1st day cf August, 1906. F. R. SCHAAP, Trustee. rand Vail and Family Theatre ' ti. Brooks - Proprietor and .Manager GREAT GAY King cf handcuffs. Will forfeit JS0O to any one who will put a pair of cuffs on him that he can not remove. PARKER & PARKER Champion Wrestlers. WAUKEN & BURN ELL Comedy Musical Artists. Lady Violinist. Illustrated songs; moving pictures. HBYille RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH EAIIH0AD. East Ecunil. ao-io. 14 Local points to Detroit. Hammond 1148 a.m. j No. 6 Through train Buffalo i New York. Hammond. . 3:4$ p. ta No. 12 Through train Buffalo & : New York, Boston, Hammond., j 11:4S p. ci. I West 2cnui No. 5 to Chicago, His. ilsxmond . 6:16 a.m. No. 9 to Chicago, St. Loais & Kan sas City, Hammond 9:34 a.m. No. 1 to Chicago, Hammond.... 3:C3 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis A. Kan sas City S:iOp. m. Trains No. 6 and 5 are through ! trains to Toledo, O. and Pittsburg, Pa., with chair cars end sleeper. All . . . .. For any' information 'phone 2761. or write F. II. Tristram. Ast. Gen. Pasgr Agt. 97 Adams street, Chica go. 111. Fred N. Hlckok, Agent, Hammond ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday, July 23d, 1906. West Bound. No. 27 5:45 a. m., daily eicept 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 eicept Sunday. No. 21 3:50 p. m. No. 3 4:43 p. m. No. 101 8:50 p. m., Sunday only, Bass Lake., No. 13 3:50 p. m., daily eicept Monday. East Bound. No. 810:25 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., dally.,, No. 14 4:20 p. m.,daily eicept Sunday. No. 20 3:25 p. m., dally. No. 4 11:53 a. m., dally. No. 102 9:00 a. m.,Sunday only, Bass Lake., No. 24 8:10 a. tz., dally except Sunday., . A. M. DeWeese, Agent. 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 Clark Station returning at 6:30 10:30 a. m., and 1:30, 5:00 p. m. NIC. KAHL. Times' Want Ads. Bring Eesults Vhy Troubla Your Friends er Neighbors " When in need of a little ready money? If you do, it will prove unsatisfactory sooner or. later. We'il Loan You Any reasonable amount for one month to one year On Your Furniture Pianos, Horses, Wagons or jother securities and goods re main in your possessi on. Ho PiSicity Whatever We ask no questions of your friends or neighbors. Lowes! Rates Possilsla And rebate given if paid be fore time contracted. If you can not call, write or phone and we will send our representative to you. Chicago Discount Co. 913343 CciESBrclal Avea53, South ChicagD, 111. TclephDna, South Chicago 1G4, Rccna 200. Opsa Until 9 p. a MQHQ1! Time Tabid Effective June 3, 1906. SOUTH. ' : No. No. No. No. 35 112 03 am ii 3 19 am 50 pra 55 pia SO pra ..12 .. 3 .. 9 No. 33 NORTH. No. 4 6 10 am No. 30 fd 47 am No. 40 ;9 36 am No. 32 11 11 am No. 3$ .....s4 39 pra No. 6 5 02 pm No. 30 x7 49 pna S Denotes Sunday only. X Dally except Sunday. F. Flag stop only. J. C. DOWNING. Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL, T!ie Niagara Falls Koute. Time card lu effect Jun 17t!i 1901: Train3 East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Ex.. .... ..... ........ 7:53 a. m. No. 42. Grand Rapids SpL Ex ... 1:64 p. m. No. 60, Resort Spl. Friday and Saturday only 2; 31 p, m. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'ra. Ex. 3:55 p. nu No. 44, Grand Raplls Exp. D. , - .7:40 p. ra, No. 6, Detroit Express, D... ..........10:47 p. xau No. 30, Atlantic Express, D... .....12: 49 a. ra. No. 14 due at 8:47 p. in. will stop for passengers for Kalamazoo or points east thereof. No. 10 due at 11:10 a. m. will stop for passengers for Buffalo or points east taereoi when advance notice la given. Trains West. No. 41, Grand Rapid j and Cntcagrj Exp. D 6:20 a. m. No. S7, 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. Exp..- 11:53 a. m. No. 9, Mica & Chicago Exp. D. .... 2:06 p. xo. No. 45, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. SpL D 4: 08 p. m. No. C. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.. 5:12 p. nu No. 47. Kal. & Chgo. Exp. Ex.... .....7:05 p. ra. No. 49. Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only 9:13 p. m. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. nu Ex. Daily except Kunday. D. Daily. I. E. Dickinson, Agent. Pennsylvania Line Schedule in effect LTHamd Ar Chi x 5 50 am 6 45 am Sunday, Not. 28, '05 Lv Chi Ar Ilamd sll 85 p m 13 32 a ra 6 26 6 41 X 800 &1011 7 3; 7 45 9 00 11 10 5 25 a ra Q 25 M 680 600 8 05 6 41 " 6 59 " 9 CI 1011 12 33 pm 4 48 M &33 ' 5 32 " 6 42 " 7 17 M tt xl2 83 p ra 1 35 p m 8 50 U 20 3 31 i 8Q X 4 49 5 32 5 33 X? 00 605 6 80 700 i 03 3 SO p m 4 15 4 30 5 40 6 15 tt U x Daily except Sunday s Sunday only John Przybyl FIRST CLASS l. Buffet and Restaurant First Class Board. Meals at all hours. Phone 3101. 295 S. Hohrnan St.,' Cor. Douglas HAMMOND. IND. I CAN SELL Your Real Estate or Business No matter where located. Proper-, ties and Business of all kinds soldquickly 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 me your re quirerr.ents. I can save you time and; money. DAVID P. TAFF, THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan. New Map cf Lake Coasty, Ind. Mr. J. T. Edwardi of Grown Point, has nearly completed one of ths meat accurate and up-to-date maps eret published of Late County, after two years of hard labor. Map will be completed ia a few weeks. Send la your order to J. T. EDWARDS, Crown Point, lad., or P.. h. MILLER, Hammond. Ind. Subscribe f cr the Lale County Tines.