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Saturday, Dec. 22, 1906.
TOE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEV i'-N Want "Column WANTED Cylinder feeders, type presses, union scale $10.00. Beet feecK-rs $1.00 above. National Printing & Engraving Co., Niles, Mich. 12-21-eod WANTED Car repairers. Steady Job for entire winter. For further par ticulars call at S33 Sheffield avenue, Hammond, Intl. 12-21-2t. WANTED Four boys to pull up doors In rolling mill; must be over 16 years of age; 75 cunts per day. Apply Republic Iron & Steel Co.., East Chi cago, Ind.12-21-2t. WANTED First class grocery clerk; will pay good wages. Apply at once. Power & Peterson, East Chi cago, Ind. 12-21-lwk. WANTED Salesman. Sell retail trade your locality $5 per month and ex penses to start or commission. Experi ence unnecessary. Herratngsen Cigar Co.. Toledo, O., Dept. 38. 21-22-lt. J. II. Tallman, Plumbing, Strain aiid Gas Fitting and Sewering. Ilait moved hop to 129 Calumet avenue. Tele phone 4334. 12 22-1 it. WANTED Waitress. Good wages Ap ply Hammond Cafe. 12-21-2t. WANTED Girl for general house work; no washing. Apply 43 Carroll Street. 12-21-3L WANTED Unfurnished heated room, with conveniences, on south side; convenient to table board. F. O. B., Times office. 12-21-3L WANTED Middle aged woman as housekeeper. References required. Good wages to right party. Apply at Gas oifice. Hammond. ..12-18-tf. WANTED enue. -Boarders, 508 Indiana av- 12-17-tf. WANTED Girl for general housework, One that will move with family to Crown Point Jan. 1st. Apply F. S Carter, 74 State street. 12-7-tf. WANTED Lady boarder. Call 72 South Hohman street, or telephone 4163. 12-12-tf. WANTED For the U. . S. army, able bodied men, unmarried, between the cgea of il and 35; of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For informa tion apply at Recruiting Otnce, 92 State street, Hammond. Ind., or 323 South State street, Chicago. 111. 12-4-eod. On every Monday and Tuesday of each week, beginning, Monday, Dec. 10 I will be at the Hotel Gibson in Tol- leston for the practice of dentistry. Prices reasonable and all work satis factorlly done. Dr. C. L. Bartholomew. FOR SALE Ten acres within one mile of Hammond. Good house and out buildings. Will take vacant lots near Conkey avenue in part payment. Ad dress, G. S., Times oltice. 12-19-3t. FOR SALE Three pool tables and one billiard table. Inquire of A. II Tapper. 11-20-tf FOR SALE .fw JS-room house, mod ern j large barn; on Warren itreelt bargain at S3,Si0; Molt on account of lckneaa. COSTL1N, MKVN A. CO. 10-16-tf FOR SALE 9 -year-old mare, with a C-months-old celt, weight of mare, 850 pounds; also a fresh milk cow, ore half Jersey. Call Lewey Paltl, Tolles ton, Ind 12-9-3L FOR RENT Store with stationary ice box. Good location. Inquire 271 In diana avenue. 12-ll-2w. FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms. Apply 226 Plummet avenue, ; tele phone 3434. 12-20-2t. FOR RENT Four furnished rooms . with use of kitchen. Good location. Three minutes walk from Nickle Plate station. No one with children need ap ply.. 325 Sibley street. 12-19-3t FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms, all modern conveniences. 112 East Clinton street. 12-17-lw. FOR RENT Furnished rooms; all mod ern convenience. Apply 361 South Hohman street, phone 2532. D. A. Paugh Does your sewing machine need re pairs? If so call up C. F. Miller, the sewing machine expert. 241 East State street, phone 2601. 10-1 6-lm. Carter's first class livery and under taking; open day and night, ambulance calls answered promptly. 6-29tf 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. LICENSE ISOTUE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens Of Gary, Calumet township. Lake cou'i ty, Ind.. that 1, Mike Keserieh. a mi'le Inhabitant of the town, township county and state aforesaid, over the age of twenty-one years, and a per son not in the habit of becoming in time, with the privilege of allowine w . . x u.w.... .... premises where sold. The place where said liquors are to be sold and drank is de scribed as follows: A first floor room of a one-s'torv frarne building on lot 14. block 16 Chicago. Toileston Land & Investment company's 4th addition to Toileston row in the town of Gary. Said room faces tvest in Irving avenue, a public street within the town and is entered through a door in front and also one side entrance. There are living rooms Sn the rear. MIKE KESEIZICh! HOLIDAY EXCLUSIONS. The Erie railroad will sell holiday excursion tickets to all points In C. P. A. territory. Tickets on sale Dec. 22, 23. 24, 25. 29. 30. 31, 1906, and Jan. l 1907. Return limit Jan. 2, 1907. 12- 17-2wks. Palace of Sweets CAHDlIS AND ICE CREAM GRAND OPENING. Saturday . venirg. Dec. 22. at J. Bog fl.in, 502 North Hohman street. Danc ing free. Fine music. A nice lunch will be served. 12-19-St. MONOX KXCrilMOX. On account of Christmas Holidays the Monon will sell excursion tickets to all points at one and one-third fare. Good going Dec. 22. 23, 21, 25. 29. SO and 31. and Jan. 1st. Good returning Jan. 2 J. 1007. liiKiiruieu wiu l't'iy 10 Hie iiuaid of County Commissioners at its regular January session, to be held in the Court House at Crown Point, for a lk:ens- to sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors In less quantities than a.onni-t In the Way of Spoil: All TES II AT CITY PARK Bookies Even Things Up After Long Shots Have Their Innings, FIFTH RAGE CHANGED Good Field Is Substituted ; Among Them Being Glamor Who Wins Race. New Orleans, La., Dec. 21. There came a turn in the tide of fortunes of form players. Five favorites, the greatest number that has swept across the winning post in front for many a moon, won at the City Fark track to day. As all the winners were heavily supported, many of the dollars that the bookies had won during the first part of the week were passed back to the speculators. The winning favorites were Spion, at 7 to 2, Creolin 8 to 5, Salvage 3 to 2, Glamor 6 to 5 and Gauze 13 to 5. The day's racing began auspiciously for Jockey Garner's backers, when he landed Spion winner of the opening dash. But the favorite jockey failed to win on his three other mounts and Ids supporters only managed to break even on their day's Investment. Substitute Fifth Race. The weather had improved, ar.d for the first time this week the sun shone brightly. The track was very heavy. This unfavorable condition, as v eil as illness and injury to two of the orom inent horses in the original fifth race, caused it to be declared off and an other substituted for all ages at seven furlongs. The new race brought out a good field, among the lot being Glamor and Missouri Lad. The former was well supported at 11 to 10 by the eastern delegation of horsemeg. She proved faithful to the trust by leading from start to finish and winning easily. Missouri Lad was always second. AL KAUFMAN KNOCKS OUT. GARDNER IN 14TH ROUND. Itout Warn n Fnree and Roth Men Could Not Ilnve Uu a 11 tied In a Good Pre liminary. Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 21. Al Kauf man of California knocked out George Gardner of Lowell, Mass., in the four teenth round of what was scheduled for a twenty round contest, but he was entitled to little or no credit, as the work of both men was a farce from beginning to end. When the men lined up in the first round it looked as though Kaufman would be able to finish his opponent any time he wanted to, but he failed to follow up his advantage and the two men soon turned the contest into a slow, uninteresting wrestling match. Doth Men are Slow. Neither had speed, neither had strength. Kaufman was fifteen pounds the heavier, but was slow and his arms resembled the flails of a Dutch windmill. Gardner at times showed a little of his old time form, but it was only a flash in the pan, and through out the contest the crowd hissed con tinuously. None of the blows landed would have hurt a featherweight. Neither man, if the fight tonight can be taken as an indication of their speed and hitting ability, would last one round with anyone of the dozen middleweights who are fighting pre liminaries today. JEFF WILL RE-ENTER RING NOW AFTER THAT $50,000. Terms Most Be That Winner Will Take Most AH of the Purse or no Cham pionshlp Uont In Possible. Los Angeles, Cal,. Dec 21. "I have come out of retVre,rnent and will fight once more. The only thing that has brought me out is the $50,000 purse. I know I can get the money hung up for j a finish mill, and am going after it. 'One. thing I want understood at the start is that, when the fight is over, I will have almost all the purse. No matter who I fight. I want most of that fo0,0v0, and if I can get the other fel low to stand for a bout on a winner take all basis it will suit me down to the ground." llie above statement was made by Champion Jim Jeffries when talking about his return to the ring. The big tenow undoubtedly meant every word of it. He is sick of fighting and the ring, anu were n nui lor uie enormous purse offered he would never leave his Burbank farm. But 550,000 is a big bunch of money, and if Jeffries can force his opponent to agree to let the .!,,..- . ..11 K , ; 1 . 1 , , , . li. itiivt- att llic JP'UliO, iitJ Will Dt perfectly satisfied. CUT OUT TIE GAMES. Iorra Coach XX ould Lengthen Halve Fire Mlnutett In Case ol Tie. Iowa City. Ia., Dec. 21. Coach John L. Griffith of Morningside college in Sioux City would introduce a remark able change in the playing rules of football to the effect that the gam shoxua be lengthened m case of a tie at the end of the last half. He de clares the new game as played under the present rules is entirely satis factory and that the sport has beer, much improved by the changes, but he is ol the opiiiiaa. ikat there, should be no tie games in football and to obviate the difficulty he proposes to have the game lengthened by five-minute periods until one side or the other has regis tered a winning score. SPORTING BRIEFS, Tonopah, Nev., Dec. 21. If James J. Jeffries does not come through with an answer by midnight he will be out of the running for the referee job of the Cans-Herman fight to be held here New Year's day. Manager Riley had decided that by noon today would be the last possible moment that he would wait for a re ply to his invitation to Jeff. He real ized today, however, that Jeff may not have received his telegram, and he is willing to wait until midnignt. If no answer comes by that time another man will be named. Of the regular Harvard team that started the Yale game, only four men will be ineligible for the Harvard team next season. Captain Hatherly Fos ter, jr., Waldo Pierce, Harry Kers berg and Glidden Osborne will be lost, but with the exception of Fraser, the substitute center, every other man that represented Harvard against Yale will be on the gridiron in September, 1907. San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 21. James M., at 20 to 1, and San Remo at 100 to 1, furnished the sensations at Oakland today, while the defeat of Shotgun, the not favorite in the fourth race, gave tiie public a hard fall. James M. was away in bad position, but closed with a great burst or speed and won by a head from Prince Nap. In the Butterflies handicap Shotgun opened at 1 to 2, but receded to 9 to 10 at the close. Lisaro was fairly well played at about 5 to 1. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 21. The fail ure of Memphis to come to an under standing with Nashville as to the number of days a single track shall race in a year in this state has caused the breeders in this vicinity to take a land in the affair. When the legislature meets next month those directly interested will go before the lawmakers and ask that a bill be passed to limit the sport to twelve days. They will also ask that a racing commission be appointed. The sport as it has been conducted is in grave danger of being abolished, but a compromise, it is believed, can be effected. Real Estate Transfers A list of transfers of real estate fur nished daily by the Lake County county Title and Guaranty company, abstract ers, Crown Point, Ind.: Catherine Patterson to J. Wm. Papp, lots 51 to 8$, block 1, Sherman Park addition, Toi leston $3,000.00 Armanis F. Knotts to Benjamin Branch jr., lots 16 to 43, block 4, East Hyde Park i.eo Barthal Stockcr to Henry Fill ers, lots 17 and IS, block 11 C. T. L. & I. Co's 5th addition Toileston 300.00 Paul E. Raasch to Adolph Kuehl part ne J4 section 8-34-8, con taining Vg acre...'. .-. 2000.00 David P. Tweedy to "Frank N. Gavit, lots 3, 8. 9, 15, 24, block 20, C. T. L. & 1. Co's. re-Sub division, C. T. L. & I. Co's sec ond addition and lots 6, 7, 11, block 21, C. T. L. & I. Co's. . second addition, Toileston.... 1000,00 East Chicago Co. to Gabriel Sasse, lot 17, block 11; sw 4 ' section 2S-37-9. East Chicago 500.00 Gostlin. Meyn & Co. to Owen S. : McGinnity, lot 5, block 5, Bradford Bros, addition, Toi leston . .' Herman E. Sasse to Fred J. Smith, lot 23, Theodore Har vey's subdivision, Whiting. . . . Edward E. Maxwell to David C. Atkinson, lot 13, block 15, C. T. L. & I. Co's. third addition roo.oo 69.39 Toileston Charlotte Zeuner to John O. Bowers, lots 12 and 13, block 16 C. T. L. & I. Co's. third ad dition, Toileston Peter A. Meyer to David C. At kinson, lots 33 to 37, block 4 fourth addition, Indiana Har bor In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record three mortgages, six releases and two miscellaneous instruments. , She Lakes Cold Water, Sure. Atlantic City. N. J., Dec. 22. Poard xralk promenaders in the vicinity of Connecticut avenue, when it was frigid and there was a flurry of snow, were given the cold shivers as they saw a pretty young woman make a dash out of a bath house, dressed In a bathing suit, and make for the ocean on a run. She plunged into the icy water and re mained there fifteen or twenty min utes. President's Christmas Holiday. Washington, Dec. 22. Unless pres ent plans are disarranged President Roosevelt will spend a portion of the Christmas holidays at Pine Knot, Al bemarle county, Va., the country home purchased by Mrs. Poosevelt. The president will not lea Washington until after Christmas and prob ably will remain at Knot until the Monday following. Mexican Trouble-Makers Released. El Paso. Tex., Dee. 22. Laura Aguirre, Mexican editor arrested here have been a twenty-round contest be as a Mexican revolutionist, has been fore the Pacific Athletic club here. released, the Mexican srovernment hnr. ing failed to make a case for extradi- j tion, the alleged murder having been j committed before the extradition treaty w-is drawn. Antouion Villareal. arrest- ed on a similar charge, will also be released. Read The Lake County Times for the latest news. , - . . . . .- HOB LAW AT ANNAPOLIS Under the Shadow of the Naval Acad emy a Negro Is Done to Death for Itape. Annapolis, Md- Dec. 22. ' A mob numbering twenty -Sve or thirty men with faces masked or blackened broke down the door of the Annapolis jail took out Henry Davis, a negro who on last Friday raped Mrs. John Reil (.white) near Itrlehart's station, and lynched -him. Davis, who also was o I known by the name of Chambers, con fessed his guilt, tiefora being put to death. Little or no resistance was of fered to the mob by the officers at the jail, fnd none whatever -by the prison er. The negro was dragged by the mob from the jail to a vacant lot on Col lege creek, a quarter of a mile dis tant, kicked and cuffed en route and the strung up to a limb of a tree and half a dozen bullets fired into" him. It is believed that the outlaws were all Annapolitans. Their rendezvous was the senior hall of St. John's college and it was here that they prepared their disguises, but the college authori ties strongly deny that any of the stu dents were of the mob. The coroner's judy rendered a verdict of death at the hands of unknown persons. LAKE SUPERIOR SOUTHERN Name of an Oshkosh Enterprise tht Contract for Which Has Been Awarded. Oshkosh. Wis., Dec. 22. The Lake Superior Southern Railway company, organized by Oshkosh men and to a large extent financed by local capital, will build a line from Tluron bay on Lake Superior south through Cham pion, Mich., and Florence, Appleton, Oshkosh and Madison in this state. This is the first announcement that the line would go through Madison. It has been understood lief ore that the line would extend to Florence. The contract for building the road has been awarded to a New York firm, and the work will begin shortly after Jan. 1. The company expects to have the por tion of the line from Huron Bay to Champion in operation by June 1 and the entire line of 2f0 miles will be completed within two years. FREE CAR INTER CHANG Solution of the Car Shortage Problem That Seemed to Win t lie Kansas Investigators. Kansas City, Dec 22. At the con clusion of the inquiry into the ques tion of the freight ear shortage in the west before C. A. ( Prouty, interstate commerce commissioner, which began in St. Louis and has ended here, the commissioner, shippers and the repre- statives of the railroads agreed that all parties concerned' would be greatly benefited and present conditions re lieved if a free interchange of cars among railroad companies could be brought about. This solution was first suggested by the shippers, was approved by Com missioner rronty, and was indorsed by the railroad representatives who were given an opportunity 'to state their side of the case. XVill Inspect the Canal Again. New York, Dec. 22. Ten representa tives and one senator sailed on the steamship Allianca for Colon for the purpose of making a five-day-inspection of the isthmus of Panama and the canal. The party consisted of Senator Flint and Representatives McKinly and Knowland, of California; Fulker son. of Missouri; Dickson, Rives, Mc Kinney and Smith, of Illinois; Howell, of Utah; Kinkaid of Nebraska, anci Stenerson, of Minnesota. AVages High Enough, They Think. Lowell,' Mass., Dec. 22. The Cot' on Manufacturers' association has sent a letter to the Textile Council declining to grant a 5 per cent, increase in ad dition to the 5 per cent, advance that went into effect this week. The let ter states that "the highest wage9 known in this city since the civil war days forty years ago, are being paid." days, forty years ago. are being paid." Steel Company Raises Wages. Chicago, Dec. 22. Announcement of an increase in wages of 10 per cent, has been posted in mills of the Illi nois Steel company at South Chicago. It is said that a like advance will ap ply to employes of the company at Joliet and Milwaukee and that 1S.000 men will be affected. No More Jobs Like This. Columbus, O., Dec. 22. The official statement of Auditor R. C. Wright, of Cuyahoga county, shows that he re ceived as his net compensation for the last fiscal year the large sum of $113, 205.78. The fee system, under which it was drawn, is expiring with this year. Two Strange Corpses Found. Reading. Pa., Dec. 22. In removing the wreckage from the Reading rail way's Lebanon valley railroad bridge, 100 feet above the Schuylkill river, where two freight trains collided Thursday, the mutilated bodies of two unidentified men were found. Gardner Threw Up the Sponge. Los Angeles. Cal.. Dec. 22. Al Kauf mann. of San Francisco, xvon from George Gardner, of Lowell. Mass., in the fourteenth round of what was to i Gardner's seconds threw up the sponge. Trying to Prevent the Strike. New York, Dee. 22. Michael J. Roa?an' industrial mediator of the I state lxmrd of arbitration. has tendered I pood offices in the hope of averting j' a strike of 3.000 yardmen against eight I railroads with terminals in this city, I - - - PETITION OF BANKRUPT FOR HIS DISCHARGE. In the matter of Frank L. Adams, Bankrupt. No. 31, In Bankruptcy. ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON. District of Indiana, ss. On this 13th day of December, A. D. 13u6.' on reading the petition of the bankrupt for his discharge. It is ordered by the court. That a hearing be had upon the same on the 15 day of January A. D. 1907, before said Court, at Indianapolis, in said District, at nine o'clock in the fore noon, and that notice thereof be pub lished twice in THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES, Hammond, a newspaper printed in said district, and- that all known creditors and other persons in interest may ap pear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered by the Court, that the Clerk shall send by mail to ail known creditois copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them t their places of residence as stated. Witness, the Honorable Albert B. Anderson, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said District, on the 13 day of December, A. D. 190G. SEAL NOELE C. BUTLER, Clerk. PETITION OF BANKRUPT FOR HIS DISCHARGE. In the matter of John Opperman, Bankrupt. No. 33, In Bankruptcy. ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON. District of Indiana, ss. On this 13th day of December. A. D. 1906, on reading the petition of the bankrupt for his discharge. It is ordered by the court. That a hearing be had upon the same on the 15 day of January A. D. 1907, before said Court, at Indianapolis, in said District, at nine o'clock in the fore noon, and that notice thereof be pub lished twice in THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES. Hammond, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may ap pear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted And it ia further ordered by the Court, that the Clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. Witness, the Honorable Albert B. Anderson, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said District, on the 13 day of December, A. 1). 1906. SEAL NOBLE C. BUTLER, Clerk. SHERIFF'S SAUK. STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF LAKE, ss: Cause No. 2S49. Lake Superior Court, October term, 1906 Thomas F. Costello. vs. Archibald J. Roberts, John Brown and -John W. Hughes. - By virtue of an order of sale to me directed from the Clerk of the Lake Superior Court, I will expose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the east door of the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, on Sat urday the 12th day of January, 1907, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M., the rents and profits for a period not exceeding sev en years, of the following described real estate, to wit: Lots one (1) to six (6) both inclusive: Lots twelve (12) to Twenty-one (21), both inclusive, Lots Twenty-three (23) to Thirty-six (36), both inclusive and Lots Forty-seven (47) and Forty eight (48) all in Block Sixteen (16); and Lots from One (1) to Nineteen (19) both inclusive, in Block Twenty-three (23), all in L. P. Hammond's addition, containing Fifty lots in all, said L. P. Hammond's addition being a subdi vision of the North one-half of the South-east quarter of the North-east quarter of section Eleven (11), Town ship Thirty-six (36), North Range Nine (9) West, situated In Lake Coun ty, Indiana. If said rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said de cree, interest and costs, I will at the same time and place offer for sale the fee simple in and to said real estate, or so much thereof, as may be sufficient to satisfy said judgment, interest, costs and accuring costs. Said sale will be made with relief from valuation or ap praisement laws. Taken as the property of Archibald J. Robertson, John Brown and John XV". Hughes at the suit of Thomas F. Costello. CHARLES J. DAUGHERTT, Sheriff, Lake County, Ind. A. F. KNOTTS, Att'y for Plaintiff. PETITION OF BANKRUPT FOR HER DISCHARGE. In the matter of Carrie A. Nelson, Bankrupt. No. 30, In Bankruptcy, ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON. District of Indiana, ss. On this 13th day of December, A. D. 1906, on reading the petition of the bankrupt for her discharge, It is ordered by the court, That a hearing be had upon the same on the 15 day of January A. D. 1907, before said Court, at Indianapolis, in said District, at nine o'clock in the fore noon, and that notice thereof be pub lished twice in THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES, Hammond, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may ap pear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered by the Court, that the Clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. XX itne-ss, the Honorable Albert B. Anderson, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said District, on the 13 day of December, A. D. 1906. SEAL NOBLE C. BUTLER, Clerk. 1 25 lo Texas and Return Via the Wan bash. The Wabash selis homeseekers" ex cursion tickets from Chicago to the principal points in Texas at J25 for the round trip. If you are interested, ad vise U3 your objective point and we will send you interested printed matter with itinerary showing time, etc F. H. Tri3trarn, A. G. P. A, 97 Adams Street, RAILROAD TIME CARDsTj WABASH RAILROAD East Bound No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond H.:4Sa-ra- No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York. Hammond S:4Sp. m- No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston. Ham mond .11:48 p. ra west Bound No. 5 to Chicago. Ills.. Ham mond 6:16 a. m- No. 9 to Chicago, St Louis & Kansas City. Hammond 9:34 a. ro- No. l to Chicago, Hammond;. S:03 p. u No. 13 to Chicago, St. Louis Kansas City 8:40 p. FRED N. H1CKOK. Agent. Hammond- RiE RAILROAD .Effiective Sunday, No.. IS, li0i. XX est Bound. No. 27 5:45 a. m., daily ex. Sunday. No. 7 6: 12 a. m., daily. No. 9: 7:30 a, m., daily. No. 25 8:4 0 a. m.. daily. No. 3 4:43 p. m.. daily. No. 5-11 lu:10 p. mi, daily. No. 21 3:50 p. m.; daily ex. Sunday. No. 23 10:05 a. m.. daily. East Uiind. No. 411:53 a. m. dally. No. 10 6:02 p. m., daily. No. 8 10:25 p. m., daily. No. 12.-1:35 a. m., daily. No. 22 8:10 a. m., dally ex. Sunday. No. 243:25 p. m.. daily. No. 26 6:15 p. m.. daily. No. 2S 6:55 p: m.. daily ex. Sunday. A. M. DEXYEESE. Agent LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Hammond, North Township, Lake County, Indiana, that I, a male inhabi tant of the city, county and state afore said, over the age of 21 years and a person not in the habit of becoming in toxicated, will apply to the Board of County Commissioners at its regular session, which is to be held In Crown Toint on the 7th day of January, 1907, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time with the privi lege of allowing the same to be drunk on the premises where sold. Tne place where said liquors are to be sold and drunk Is described as fol lows: The ground floor room of tho five story brick and stone building, sit uated at No. 177 South Hohman street, on lot 5, block 3, Townsend & Uodfrey s adaltion to Hammond. There are of fice rooms adjoining and above. Signed H. R. Schneider. Hammond, Ind. Dec. 1. 1906. ll-5-3wk. dtalir J f GTTARAVTEFDtrtrotwWW t.. af far a paste or liquid poHh. Jtrm w oies n uk k. brtlHarit lu-.r, and DOES NOT 1IIK OFF. FREE SAMPLE Address Dept. 2. Umnnt, Corliss . Co.. A ifts..7K Hudson 8t.,N.T. HAMMOND DAIRY GO. The only sanitary plant in northern Indiana that purifies and filters all its milk and cream. Open to the public for inspection. Telephone 2573. 253 OakSsy Avenus HAMMOND, IND. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of Hobart Township, Lake Coun ty, State of Indiana, that I, Fred Carr, a male inhabitant of said Township for more than 90 days last past,' and being over the age of 21 years, and not in habit of becoming Intoxicated, will apply to the Board of County Commis sioners ol said Lake County, Indiana, at its regular sessfn to be held at Crown Point, IrfdiJna, commencing January 7th, 1907, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in quantities of less: tfh&n a quart at a time with the privifege of having the same to be drunk, on the - premises where sold. The place where the said liquors are to be Bold and drunk Is described as follows: The west room on the ground floor of the two-story frame building, situated on Lot Number two (2), as marked and laid down on the recorded plat of Steam's and Moore's subdi vision of Block Number Six (6) in Miller Station, Hobart Township, Lake County, Indiana, the said subdivision being a subdivision of the South half of Section Six (6), Township Thirty-six (36) North. Range Seven (7) West of the second P. M. in said County and State. The second story of said building is occupied as a dwelling and the rear room of the first floor is to be used as a billiard hall. (Signed). FRED CARR. Dated December 11th, 1906. 1 oncy 30 In any amount on short notice, ea real estate or personal property, fcj Stinson Bros. Attorneys at Law, Stenographer and notary in cScs. All Inqniiies strictly confidential. Suite 1C5, First National Bank Saildlcs, ! Earswond led. j ' Th LaJl County Time i delivered ' tllT hY carriers to over 8,0W ub- i L . b MONON. Time Table effective December 16. 1003. South No. 5 No. 33 No. 9:19 a. ..12:47 p. . 3 : ." 3 p. . . 9:50 p. fi: .5 p. . . 0 :10 a. . v:Kh a. ..11:11 a. . . S4.2? p. m. in. in. Til. m. m. in. in. m... in. No. No. o , S3 . North No. No. No. 4. 40. 32. NO. 3S No. 6 No. 3 J . 6:02 p. x7:49 p. w utouics Sunday only. O 1 . - X Daily except Sunday. J- C DOWNING, Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL The Niagara KkIU Route. The following time tabla int- effect on the Mich Sept 30, 1808: A .. - V, Train E(. 2 Dally x Sun,!... r No. Mail - - V. .1 W . 1 . I 1 I 1.1, . .............. ?-5S mrta Nc 4 4 Daily ex. Sunday, Grand Rd8 ,E,p 1:54 pm 2 Dally ex. Sunday, Kalaraa- lso.44 Dailv n R;,n,i Rapids. Exp. : pm No- Daily, Detroit Exp.... 10:47 Pm No. U Dally, Atlantic Exp...i2;49 ara No. 14 due at Hammond at S:4? p. m. will Hop to taka on passengeri for Kalamazoo and points east thereof. No. 10 dtfb at Hammond at 11:10 a. m.. will stop to take on passenger for Buffalo and points east thereof, when advance notice is given. Trnlnn West. No. 41 Daily. Chicago Exp... :20 am No. 37 Daily, Paciflo Exp 6:40 am o. il Dally ex. Sunday. Chicago Local 9:51 am No. 43 Daily ex. Sunday. Chicago Express 11:63 Rm No. 9 Dally, Chicago Exp.... 2;C pm No. 45 Dally ex. Sunday. Grand Rapids, Chicago Exp 4:0S pm No. 6 Dally ex. Sunday, Chicago M" 5:12 pm No. 47 Dally ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo, Chicago Local 7:flj pm No. 49 Sunday only, Kalamacoo Chicago Local :lj pa 1 E. DICKINSON. Ticket Agent PENNSYLVANIA LINE. Schedule in effect Sunday. Nov. 26, '08. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ham'd Chicago Chicago Ham'd jx 5:50 t:45 11 UU 12:31 ! 6:28 7:85 6:25 6:28 ! :41 7:45 6:30 6:41 X 8:00 9:00 6:00 6:59 610:11 11:10 8:05 9:01 xl2i3S lt35 8:60 10:11 Si31 4 ISO 11:20 12:34 X 4i4S 0:05 SsSO 4US 5i32 OlSO 4ilS Bi3a 6i3a TtOO 4S0 Bi32 X 7lOO 8i00 Si40 C:43 6il5 7UT ; Dally, x Daily except Sunday. Suo ' day only. Black-face figures indicate P. M.; light-face figures A. IL CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEIIiiQHL PILLS DIAMOND BRAND . LAtnt3 I Ask your Drws-gist for COT-CHES-TER'S ILLS ' Gold metallic bores, Ribbon. Taiehooihi r.ift li.ll piit i tH DIAMOND BRAND. fOT twnty-"five years known Best, Safest, -Aiwa vs Reliable. Sold by Druggists every where. CHICHKSTEK. CHEMICAL CO., PHILA., PA. UP-TO-DATE LIVERY Rogers & Burge 71-73 State Street. IfEW, FIRST CLASS EQUIPMENT OTJR CARRIAGE MEETS ALL NIGHT TRAINS. Tbefitat of Indiana, Lake County. in the Lake Superior Court, December terra, 190. Union National Saviors & Loan Associatioa YS, Jan MaeteJ, t si. . , t i Cause No. -ty. Action to Foreclose Mortgage. 1 Now comes the plaint!? by CrampatJter, & Mo ran, attorneys, and files its complaint herein, together with an aiildavit - of a competent per son. howiog: that tae defendants McNeil & Higgins company, a corporation ;L0ttisF: Gross, Money Weieht Scale Company, a corporation Henry Horner ara not residents of the Estate of Indiana. . . of the pendency of said action and that the same will stand for trial at the ueit t.'rra of said Court, and that unless they Appear-and answer er demur therein, fct ths . calling of said caue. on the 25th day of January. A D.. I 7, the same being the 26th day of the jwxt term of said Court to be begun tnd hsidin tte court house at Ham mond, in said County and State on the 4th Mon day of December, A. D., 1A said action will bo heard and dstermtned in their a sence. In witness whereof. 1 hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of Raid Court at Hammond, this 5th Day of December, A. D., I (SeaL) HAROLD H.WHEELER. Clerk L. S. 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