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.TUESDAY. OCT. 16. 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN Want Column Times' Wait Ads II ring Results. WANTED Office boy. V. B. Conkey Co. Apply at once, 10-16-2t WANTED Four cylinder press feed ers; steady position; $13.00 per week. Apply at once, W. 13. Conkey Co. 10-16-lwk. WANTED Men from 23 to 40 yeara of age to work as conductors and mot ormen In suburban electric car service. Apply Houth Chicago City Railway Co., South Chicago, 111. 10-16-2t WANTED By Oct. 17, furnished rooms for housekeeping; modern; South Side preferred. Thone 2274. 10-13-3t WANTED One or two men to wheel and shovel dirt, beginning- tomorrow or next day. Call at 148 Clinton St., or phone E. S. Cooper at Simplex office. 10-16-3t. WANTED Two or three rooms for light housekeeping, close to Nickel Plate depot. Address J. J. Elch, Box 128. Indiana Harbor. 9-15-3t WANTED A good husky boy about 16 years old, about office. Apply to cir culation manager. Lake County Times. WANTED An excellent position Is open with a large manufacturing con cern in Hammond for a bright young man or woman to take charge of stock Good opportunity for advancement. References required. Address D. E. S., care Lake County Times. 10-1-tf. WANTED Capable carpenter for car repairing and general railroad work. Apply A. C. Tarbert & Co., Hammond, Ind. 10-15-2t WANTED Young man stenographer and general office assistant. Apply A. C. Tarbert & Co., Hammond, Ind. 10-15-2t. WANTED Assistant male bookkeeper for ledger work; applicant must be neat writer and accurate figurer; good place to learn and advance. Address W. p. J., Lake County Times. 10-2-tf WANTED A place to live; house, cot tage or flat, within three blocks of Hammond Bldg. Call or phone Lake County Times. 9-28-tf WHEN wanting an experienced nurse, telephone. 2S94. 9-19-lmo PICTUl'ES framed at Hammond Art Store, 188 South Hohman street, up stairs. 9-14-tf Time' Want Ads Urlnsr Result. FOVJND Brown leather hand bag con. tainlng small change, several trink ets and -a 'Lion store coupon, clipped from the Lake County Times. Owner can have same by proving property and paying advertising charges. 10-16-tf. FOUND Storebook brought to thf of fice. Owner can have same by pay ing for this ad. 10-1-tf LOST Monday, Oct. 8th, bull terrier dog, answers to the name of "Peggy." Color tan or yellow. Wears black leather collar with brass trimmings. Reward for return of same to 718 Sib ley street. 10-12-lk. LOST On Hammond, East Chicago & Whiting car. a black leather hand satchel, with brown pocketbobk inside, containing $7.00 In bills and some small change, and a locket with two pictures. Reward for return to 361 East State street, Hammond, Ind. 10-16-3t LOST Scotch poodle, cream colored; has only three legs; any Information regarding the dog that will lead to Its return will be rewarded; answers to the nam of Dewey. Address Mrs. Mil ler, 205 South Hohman street. 10-13-3t FOR KENT Barn at 117 E. Douglas St.; 13.00 per month. 10-16-lwk FOR RENT Hall for club and society purposes. Former Hammond club rooms. Apply to A. H. Tapper, or to Hammond & Cormany Insurance Co. 7-17tf Tlmrk' Want Ada Bring Results. FOR SALE 9-rooni house cheap; 50 foot lot, In heart of city. Inquire 19 State street, Hammond. 8-41m FOR SALE New 8-room house, mod ern i large barn; on Warren street; bargain at 93.30O; aold on account of sickness. (iOSTLIX, MET.V & CO. 10-16-tf FOR 'SALE IS acres more or less, fronting on Hessville public road, rear bounds Dsborn station. Call Mrs. Katherlne Dougherty, Hessville, Ind. 10-12-lw. FOR SALE 50-foot lot and two six room cottages on Reese avenue, Rob ertsdale, Ind.; cheap for cash. Apply to owner, A. Klages, 41 South Curtis St.. Chicago. III. 18-15-lwk ARE YOU going to 'be married? Try our new brougham. Stewart. Hoh man and Indiana avenue; phone 1911. 10-13-6t. Carter's first class livery and under taking; open day and night, ambulance calls answered promptly. 5-29tf The name of the Erlebach Planing Mill Is changed to the Invalid Appli ance and Cabinet Mfg. Co.. 406-408-410-412 Indiana avenue, telephone 1871. NOTICE, Th launch Aljl will leave the land ing at the bridge on Calumet avenue, for Clark Station at the following 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, 13:30 a. ra and 1:30. 5 00 p. m. NIC KAHL NOTICE. The barber shop in West State street, formerly owned by Harry Tut tle has passed into the hands t A. Stamm. 9-28-tf Our constant aim Is to keep our stock up to date. We have the finest funeral stock in northern Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Funeral Directors. Hoh man and Indiana avenue; phone 1911. 10-13-61. HAMMOND CAFE. Under new management. Come and try the best 25 cent meal in the city. GLEXNON BROS,.... SPORTING NOTES CHICAGO FANS NUMEROUS ATTENDANCE GREATEST HERE Figures Show that American League Fell Behind, While the National League Inerenaed Ita Dally Average of Spectatora. Careful compiling of the daily at tendance figures for the season of 1906 shows that 5.719,289 persons witnessed the combined games of the American and National baseball leagues during the season just , closed, Chicago alone drawing one-fifth of the grand total. The figures show that a decrease of more than 85,000 from last year, the American league falling behind by 132.676. while the National , league showed an increase of 46,903. Despite the close race of the Ameri can league and the onesidedness of the National league, this was the best sea son the Nationals have had since the Americans came east, and the best sea son the older organiation has had in its history. The grand total of the American league was 2,938,076, while the total of the National league was 2,781,213. it being the third successive year that the Americans outdrew the Nationals. The difference in the two leagues" fig ures this season was 156,863, while last year's difference showed 362.442, the Nationals making a gain of 169,579 on the Americans. American League. Total Clubs t Attendance. Chicago . .' 585,202 Athletics 480,129 New York 434,700 Boston 410,209 St. Louis 389,157 Cleveland 325,733 Detroit 174,043 Washington 129,903 Av. per game. 7.802 7,525 6,488 5,836 5,481 4,720 2,451 1,968 Total 2.938,076 Attendance In Attendance in 1905 3,070.75? 1904 3.094,559 Attendance in 1903 2,345.888 Attendance in 1902. 2.200,457 Attendance in 1901. 1.683.5S4 National League. Total Av. per Attendance, game. Clubs Chicago 654,300 8.497 6,204 5,481 4,853 4.270 4,053 4.020 1,962 New York 402.850 Pittsburg 394,877 Cincinnati 330.056 Philadelphia 294,680 St. Louis 283,770 Brooklyn 277,400 Boston ; 143,280 Total 2.781,213 Attendance in 1905 2,734,310 Attendance in 1904.; 2,774,701 Attendance in 1903 .2,390,362 Attendance in 1902 .....1,681,212 Attendance in 1901...., 1,920,031 CHAMPIONS DIVIDE SPOILS; 940,000 TO W HITE SOX Players Celebrate at Theatre Party and then Banquet at Rector's Trains to Go Barnstorming. It is all over now, and even the shouting has almost ceased. Yesterday the Sox divided the ?25,000 they re ceived as their share of the gate re ceipts plus the $15,000 that Comlskey gave them for their good work, and, as a result, each of the players were able to pocket a check for $1,872. The victorious players enjoyed life all day, and in the evening went to Powers' theater as the guest of Robert Edson. the actor. After the play the teams were banqueted at Rector's. "JIggs" Donohue has undertaken a barnstorming trip of ten days duration, and has received telegrams from towns all over the state asking for games. President Murphy did not forget his Cubs, either. Each one of them received one hundred dollars for meritorious work during the season, besides split ting among them the $2,777.40 which was made from exhibition games. SPORTING BRIEFS. Say, what did you do with that Cub banner after the second inning Sun day? East Chicago is on the schedule of Mee's Athletes for a game next Sunday. It will be remembered that the East Chicago team played Hammond a 0-to-0 game early in the season. There is considerable interest in the fight between the two "has-beens," Young Corbet and Terry McGovern, to morrow night at Philadelphia, And, strange to say, when these old rivals get together again there will be thou sands of dollars in wagers up on the fight. BIG FIGHT IS ASSURED. Today "Kid" Farmer is expected in the city for the purpose of signing ar ticles with Karl Anderson for the fight that is to be held in West Hammond in the near future. The battle will be for $500 a side, and White Eagle Halt will be secured for the purpose of pulling off the bout. Anderson is a known quantity, and as Farmer is one of the best men in his class a good fight should result. As soon as the bout is assured it is expected that there will be a rush for the tickets, as Anderson has a great many friends and admirers in this city. ANNOUNCEMENT. The Straub Piano factory wishes to announce that It has no retail branches or atorea in Hammond or elsewhere. The company sella direct from the fac tory only, at factory prices. Do not be misled or confused by pianos with similar . W when Ia the market for an inatruuient, bny direct from the factory, thereby savins mid dlemen's profits and agents commission. Terms to suit. Take South Hohman atreet car, come and ace how GOOD pianos are made. . 10-9-lwk Times' Want Ada Bring Results. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS A list of transfers of real estate furnished daily by the Lake County Ti tle & Guaranty company, abstracters. Crown Point, Ind. Andrew Joseph to Benjamin N. Branch lot 5, block 1; lots 13 and 15, block 4. lots 36, 37, 38. block 5, lots 10. 2i and 43, block 6; lots 1 to 8, 25 to 28. block 7; lots 34 and 40, block 8; lots 2, 4 to 6. 8. 9, 10 and 24. block 11. lot 10. block 12, Logan Park addition, Tolleston; Also, lots 10, 11. 14 and 20, block 1, Logato Park second addition; Also lot IS, block 23, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s first addition.'.lot 19, block 14, j. T. L. Co.'s third addition, lot 2, 19 and 20. block 21, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fifth ad dition; lots 9 to 26, block l;.'lots 3i to 50, block 2. Sherman Park addi tion. Tolleston. lots 25 and .26, block 1; lot 22, block 10; lots 36 toi48, block 18, L. P. Hammond's subdivision, lots 1 to 12, block 4, E. Hyde Park . $10,100 Caroline Vanloon to Gilbert Rodman lot 73, Hobart i . $1,000 East Chicago Co. to George W. Lewis, lot 21, block 7, N. W; Vi sectior 33-37-9, East Chicago $250 William J. Lukens to Cora E. Lukens lots 42, 43, Louis Gerling's addition. Tolleston $1.00 Malina Johnson to William J. Schu macher, undivided one-half N. W. 's N. W- ',4 section 29-36-7, containing 20 acres $2,25u John M. Stinsonto Milton C. Higglns lots 30 to 39, W. 4Vi feet lot 40 block 1, Towle & Avery's addition. Hammond .....$51.0C A. Murray Turner to Eunice Youche, S. W. M S. W. t; 32-36-9, except righ: of way P. C. C. & St. L. Ry. Co., sec tion 3-36-9, containing 200 acres. $1.00 Hannie Townsend to Nannie Townsenc Dyer, one-half undivided interest E. lot 15, block 2, Y'oung's addition Hammond $1,200 Joseph Wadas to John Svec, lot 36 block 5, N. E. U section 32-37-9, East Chicago $l,50t Daniel Kilvary to Mary Jane, Flanders lot 2. except right of way M. C. Ry Co.. Lake Station $50 John 11. Lehman to Jake Bohling, pari section 8-34-8, $15( In addition to the foregoing transfer:- there have been filed for record twe mortgages, four releases and sevet miscellaneous instruments. VETERAN ERIE CONDUCTOR DEAD John Balfour, one of the oldest anc best known conductors on the Erie rail road, died Saturday evening at hit home in Huntington, 47 Leopold street from about six weeks illness due tc stomach trouble and yesterday his fu neral was held at the residence at ; o'clock. Rev. C. H. Kiracofe conducted the services. Although the decease, was a member of the O. R. C. for many years he preferred to have the Presby terian services instead of those of the railroad order. Mr. Balfour was one oi the most unassuming. of men' although he traces his ancestry to one of tin leading Scottish families and on bacl to the Normans of William the Con queror type. Yet he never made ref erence to these relations to the great house except to his nearest friends. Huntington News-Democrat. Perfumed Ink. Oh, Lilacai When the thoroughly equipped soci ety girl answers the notes of her new est recruit she must use stationery of the palest heliotrope. Her seal must be of the same hue and the latest fiat is that her ink must be scented with the same flower. Count Boni, husband of Anna Gould, is credited with intro ducing this novelty into the land of the free. He once shocked the pro prietors of that famous hostelry, the Ponce de Leon, in St. Augustine, by sending for Ink perfumed with violets. Common Ink, with its. plebeian odor. Count Boni asserted, was impossible. So perfumed ink is going the rounds, and it is essential as sachet bags for the chiffonier or essence for the hand kerchiefs. Hyacinth is a favorite scent for ink, for, being rather strong, it retains its odor much longer. LICENSE NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of Maynard. North Township, Lake County. Ind.. that I, M. J. Boland, a male inhabitant of the town, county and state, aforesaid, over the age o' 21 years and a person not in the habit of becoming Intoxicated, will apply to the Board of County Commissioners a its regular session to be holden ii Crown Point on Nov. 5th, 1906. for i license to sell spiritous. vinous or mal liquors in less quantities than a quar at a time with the privilege of allow Hng the same to be drank on the prem ises where sold. Applicant desires permission to run a hotel and tobacco stand in connection. The plaee where said liquors are t be sold and drank, is described as fol lows: The first floor room 18x35 feet of a two story brick building on th west side of the gravel road to Dye and Immediately south of the Pan handle right of way, said premises be ing in the S. W. quarter of sectioi 3'), L. P. 3ft. Rrange 9 West in Maynard Crossing. North Township. .Said roor faces on a public highway, has a wash room and store room in the rear an living rooms above, and is entered through a front door on the East, rear door anc1 a door on the north. M. J. BOUND, Oct. 13. 1906 Maynard, Ind. Cbaojr of Cara. On Nov. 19 me wacash, m connec tion with the Iron Mountain T. & P. I. & G. N. and the National Lines of Mexico, will resume its Mexican spec ial service from Chicago to the City of Mexico. leaving Chicago at 9:17 p. m every Monday and Thursday. The Mexican special consists of sleepers observation cars and dining cars. Only three days on the road. Write for il lustrated printed matter and full in formation. F. H. Tristram. A. G. P. A. 97 Adams street. Chicago. Subscribe for The Lake County Time- The Waste of Our Great Natural esources 3 HERE are our American children to find standing room and the tens of millions of the future a place for whole some industry ? This is an intensely practical question. IT IS IMMEDIATE. For within twentv years we must house and employ in some fashion 50,000,000 of additional population, and by the middle of this century, at a time when the child now born will be in the prime of life, there will be ap proximately TWO AND A HALF TIMES AS MANY PEOPLE in the United State3 as there are today. !N"o nation in history was ever than this certain prospect sets before brother whose keeper we are ? How are we to provide our own chil dren with shelter and their dailv bread ? Rational consideration of our future employment for this great together. LABOR MUST HAVE MATERIAL TO WORK UPOX, and labor and material must also be so conjoined that the sum total shall be an increase of product equal to the advancing demands upon it, while at the same time our natural resources shall not be EXHAUSTED.- Onlv thus can the future be made safe. The mightywealth of this continent was adequate, with ordinarily provident handling, for an INDEFINITE INCREASE of the de mands upon it. The inheritors of this wealth have already so far dissi pated, it that some prudent care of the residue cannot be postponed without certain disaster. Within forty-four years we shall than 200,000,000 people. In less moment the United States will have these people, not of some dim, distant age, BUT OF THIS VERY GENERATION now growing to manhood, to be employed and howi supported? The first step i3 to realize our TION OF THE SOIL. The next will be to concentrate popular interest and invention and hope upon that neglected occupation. We are still clinging to the skirts of a civilization born of great cities. We it this very moment use a slang which calls the stupid man "a farmer." GENIUS HAS SHUNNED THE FARM and expended itself upon mechanical appliances and commerce and the manifold activities whose favorable reactions filter back but slowly to the plot of ground upon which stands solidly THE of his destiny. ' IF WE COMPREHEND OUR PROBLEM ARIGHT ALL THIS WILL CHANGE AND; A LARGER COMPREHENSION OF AGRICULTURE AS OUR MAIN RESOURCE AND OUR MOST DIGNIFIED AND INDE PENDENT OCCUPATION WILL FOR THE FUTURE DIRECT TO THEIR JUST. AIM, IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF METHODS AND THE INCREASE OF" YIELD, THE WISDOM AND THE SCIENCE AND THE WILLING LA DOR OF THE MILLIONS WHO THUS MAY TRANSMIT TO POSTERITY AN UNIMPAIRED INHERITANCE. Lawyers of America Arc Not Doing Their Duty By Professor W. D. LEWIS. Dean of the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania HE two fatal words "uncertainty," "delay" are interwoven in all our methods of doing legal business. The practical result of our antiquated systems in the complicated conditions of our social and business life would disgrace the early part of the nineteenth century, when practically all business was performed in a cumbersome way. But to a modern business man, accustomed to modern AXD EFFICIENT methods of dispatching business, the delays and uncertainties of our administration of the law have becomer INTOLERABLE, they at the same time affording a sure refuge to the unscrupulous. In view of the just reputation of our people for quick ness and efficiency, this grotesque condition of the administration of justice would be laughable IF IT WERE NOT SO SERIOUS. - The absurdities of the administration of our criminal law have al lowed the hysteria which exists in a more or less positive form in every community to find outward expression IN THE CRDtLE OF LYNCHING. The delays of the nomically weak: of justice, have been a potent factor in creating that widespread disrespect for law and renders it increasingly difficult for problems of our social life. Though the, answers to the tests of the way in which the legal pro fession is performing its service to our communities are not all unfa vorable, taken as a whole the word DISGUISE IT AS VE MAY, ADMINISTERING JUSTICE WITH EFFICIENCY. Roosevelt's Race Suicide Theory Is By Mrs. SARAH PLATT DECKER. Women RESIDENT ROOSEVELT says that race suicide is the greatest drawback in America, that the country is not half IK populated and that one family financially capable mon circumstance. Too many degenerates have None of the morally depraved should ever unite, a3 the of spring must necessarih be corrupt, and union in all classes should exist only WHEN LOVE HAS CONQUERED the situation. Girls should not marry until of it. That is to say, they should LOVE that they cannot live apart THE MUTUAL AGREEMENT BECAUSE SINGLE LIFE IS CONSIDERED A DISGRACE HAVE GON INTO ANCIENT HISTORY. ByJAMES J. HILL. President Great Northern Railroad - - - - confronted with a sterner question us. "What are we to do with our potential resources and of available multitude must, of course, proceed have to meet the wants of more than twenty years from this 130,000,000 people. Where are dependence upon the CULTIVA REAL MASTER of himself and civil law, tending to deprive the eco DISTRUST OF COURTS which us to meet the new and complicated FAILURE predominates. THE LEGAL PROFESSION IS NOT Far From Right President National Federation of Clubs child or NONE AT ALL in a of raising a half dozen is a coin already been born into the world there is absolutely no other way out be so TREMENDOUSLY IN from their beloved. MARRIAGES AND THE MARRIAGES RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD Bast Bound No. H Local points to Detroit, Hammond 11:43 a.m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York. Hammond 3:4Sp. m. No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York. Boston, Ham mond 11:45 p. m. Weat Hound No. 5 to Chicago, Ills., Ham mond . . 6 :16 a. m. No. 9 to Chicago, St. Louis & Kansas City. Hammond 9:34 a.m. No. 1 to Chicago. Hammond.. 3:03p.m. No. 13 to Chicago, St Louis & Kansas City.... SMOp. m. Trains No. 6 ar d 5 are through trains to Toledo. 0 and Pittsburg. Pa., with chair cars and sleeper. All trains daily. For any Information phone 2761. or write F. II. Tristram, Ass'L Gen. Pas senger Agent, 97 Adams street. Chi cago, III. - FRED N. IIICKOK. Agent. Hammond. ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday. July 23. 1908. AVest Round No. 27 5:45 a.m.. daily except Sunday. No. 7 6:1? a. m.. dally. No. 9 7:30 a.m.. dally. No. 25 S:45 a. m., daily. No. 23 10:05 a.m., dally except Sunday. No. 21 T:50 p. ra. No. 3 4:43 p. rn. No. 101 8:50 p. m., Sunday only, Bass Lake. No. 13 9:50 p. m., daily excep; Monday. East Bound ' No. 810:25 p. m.. daily. No. 28 6:55 p.m.. daily except Sunday. Hammond only. No. 2 6:43 p.m., daily. No. 10 6:02 p.m., daily. No. 14 4:20 p.m., dally except Sunday. No. 4 ll.M a. m., daily. No. 20 3:25 p.m. daily. No. 102 9:00 a. ra., Sunday only. Bass Lake. No. 24 8:10 a. m.. dailv excent Sunday. A. M. DEWEESE, Agent. Riding the Marches. The ceremony known as the "Ridln? of. Langholm Marches" took plact yesterday. At half-paet five a drum and fife band summoned the inhab itants from their beds, and preceded them to Old Hlllhead, where they witnessed a hound race of six miles which was covered In 19 minutes. A man bearing aloft on a pole a barlej bannock and salt herring, and fol lowed by the elected cornet for the year, with some 60 horsemen then perambulated certain streets and th steep sides of a neighboring hill, the party being refreshed with bannocks herrings and whiskey. On their re turn to the town several hundreds ol children carrying heather besom? joined the procession, and a monster Scotch thistle wa3 born aloft. LonD don Globe. More Philadelphia High Schools. The board of education of Philadel phia has decided to divide the city into five sections, and to establish a high school in each. Although Phila delphia is the third largest city in the United States in point of population, it is the twenty-third in number of high school students. Pleasure In Duty. One thing that ought to be done Is to find the pleasure-in every duty. It is there; and not to recognize it is a handicap that we have no right to car ry. We may rest assured that the man who finds the deepest, most satisfying pleasure in life is the man who does his duty oftenest. A X X O U X CEM E XT. The Stranbe IMano iaetory wishes 4 announce that It ha no retail branches or Mores In Hammond or elsewhere. The eompawy sella dlrert from the fac tory only, at factory prices. Do not be misled or eonfused by pianos with similar names, bat when in the market for an instrument, bny direct from the factory, thereby saving mid dlemen's profits and agents commission. Terms to suit. Take South Hohman street ear, come and see now GOOD LX CALLED FOR LETTERS. The folowing letters remain uncall ed for for the week ending Oct 8, 1306: A. S. Adams. Jake Avmock. Charles II. Burns. Mark frandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilbur Clark. Mrs. Charles Deacon. George Dillon. t Harvey Douglas. Miss B. Endres. C. N. George. F. R. Hall, j. J. Laverty. Clyde McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCullough. Thos. McLaughlin, Jr. Jos. Nubli. Jacob Orcut. S. Polly. J. Kulf. Louis Robbins. Mrs. Frank Stock. Mrs. Hannah J. Smith. Henry Schmutt. Phil, Stenmetz. T. Sumner. Miss Bettie Vad?er. Elmer Yickers. Wm- TVard. W, H. GOSTLTN. Postmaster. NEW GRAND THEATER THE DON C.HALL CO. 1IOXDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. Rudolph, the Cripple. THl'RSDAT, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. VAUDEVILLE FEATURES. Brooks, Murry & Brooks. In Black Face Comedr. Ten Nights in a Bar Room. BAKER & PARKER. Lady anil Gent Comedy Boxing Aet. ILLUSTRATED SOXGS AXD MOVIXG PICTURES. MONON Time Table effective June 3. 1908. South fl2:0S a. m 9:15 a. m 12:50 p. m 3:53 p. n 9:50 p. m .North 6:10 a. ra. No. 35. No. 5.. No. 3 . . No. 39. No. 33. No. 4.. No. 3 6. . No. 4 0.. No. 32.. No. 3S.. No. 6 . . . No. 30.. f6:47 a. ra 9:36 a. m. 11:11 a. m. 4;39 p. m. 5:02 p. ra. b Denotes Sunday only. X Daily except Sunday. F Flag stop only. J- C- DOWNING. Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL Th Mara Fall Route. The following t!mo i.ku ----' o u t o a,VCa JQ l(j No. 2 Dallv " Mail . No . 44 Daily SundaV." Grlnd No. 2 Dally ex. .Sunday. Kalamai zoo Arcm j.55 Xr.4 1JDa,ly ex- Sunday. Grand Rapids. E,p 6:09 pra No. 6 Daily. Detroit Exp.... 10.47 pm No. 36 Dily. Atlantic Ep... 11:49 am No. 14 due at Hammond at 1:47 p. m. will fetop to take on passengers tor Kalamazoo and points east thereof. No 10 due at Haramonl at 11:1 a. m., w.ll stop to take on pa.seng-er. to, Buffalo and points ea.t thereeL whea aavanr-o rnti., i . la Biveiu Tralaa Writ, No. 41 Dally. Chicago Exp... 4:20 am No. 37 Daily. Pacific Exp.... 6:40 am No. 27 Dally ex. Sunday. Chicago L0"1 9:55 am No. 43 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago Exrs, 11:63 am No. 9 Daily. Chicago Exp.... 2:06 pm No. 45 Dally ex. Sunday, Grand Haplds. Chicago Exp 4:08 pm No. 5 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago Mal1 6:12 ra N. 47 Dally ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo. Chicago Local 7:05 pm No. 43 Sunday only, Kalamasoo Chicago Local 9;13 pm I. E. DICKINSON. Ticket Agent. Pennsylvania Lino Schedule In effect Sunday, Not. 28, '05 Lv Hamd Ar Chi Lt Chi Ar H&md x5 50 am 6 45 am &11 35 p m 12 32 a m 6 29 7 3! 5 35 am 6 28 " 533 641 " 603 ' 6 59 8 05 " 9 01 8 53 1011 " 11 20 44 12 33 Dm 6 41 X 8 00 81011 " 7 45 44 9 00 44 11 10 (i X12 33 pm 1 85 p m 3 31 4 80 3C4 48 4 605 M 3 50pm 4 43 " 5 32 " 8 80 " 4 15 5 33 5 32 44 7'K) 4 30 " 5 32 X 7 00 44 8 00 5 40 44 6 42 4 6 15 " 7 17 Daily x Daily except Sunday s Sunday only I CAN SELL Your Real Estate cr Business No matter where located. Proper ties and Business of all kinds sold quickly for cash in all parts of the Unitea Stateii. Don't wait. Writ 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 anyJ where at any price, write me your re quirements. I can save you time and money. DAVID P. TAFF. THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan. The Metropolitan Magazine rVOW OS SALB at tt ffBWS-STASDS Pictures, In Color Clever Short Stories Strlklnd Articles Many Illustrctlons A 33c. Magaitne for 13c. 3 WEST 2Sth STREET. NEW YOKX LOW RATES TO PACIFIC COAST, Via Cbleaso, MUwaok.ee A St, Paul Ralltvay. Colonist tickets, good in tourist sleeping cars will be sold from Chi cago to Seattle, Tacoma, San Francisco, Los Angeles and many other Pacific coast points for $33. August 27 to October 31 inclusive. Reduced rates to hundreds of other points west and northwest. Folder descriptive of through train service and complet in formation about routes will be sent on request. E. G. IIAYDEN', Traveling Passenger Agent. 426 Superior Ave., N. TV. Cleveland. A X X OUXCE3IE X T. The Stranbe Plan factory wlhn ia announce that It kai no retail branches or ateren la Hammond or elevrhrre, Tlie company aelln direct from tht fac tory only, at factory prleea. Do not be misled or eonfoaed by plaaoa with Kimllar names, but when In tb market for as instrument, buy direct j from the factory, thereby savins; mid ' dlemen'a profit and nen(a commission, j Term to null. Take South Hohmaa i atreet car, come asd ae bow GOOfl pianos are made. 10-9-Iwk , Subscribe for The Lake County Times.