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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN. Want Column WANTED Twenty men to load and unload coal, sand, cinders, etc Steady work all year. Good wages to hustlers guaranteed. Apply to republic Iron & Steel Co., East Chicago, lnd 12-24-4t WANTED Cylinder feeders, type presses, union scale $10.00. Best feeders $1.00 above. National Printing & Engraving Co.. Nilcs. Mich. 12-21-eod WANTED Four boys to pull up doors in rolling mill; must be over 18 years of age; 75 cents 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, I'uwer & Peterson, East Chi cago, Ind. 12-21-lwk. ! J. H. Tall in un, I'luiahlng, Steam and Can l-'litliiK and Sewering, linn moved whop to I'M Cnlnmet avenue. Tele phone 41VU. I2--22-JW. WANTED Waitress. Good wages Ap ply Hammond Cafe. 12-21-2t. WANTED Girl for general house work; no washing. Apply 43 Carroll Ftreet 12-21-3t. WANTED Unfurnished heated room, with conveniences, un south side; convenient to table board. F. O. P.., Times office. 12-21-31. WANTED enue. -Boarders, 50S Indiana av- 12-17-tf. WANTED Girl for general housework. Ono 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. H. army, able bodied men, unmarried, between the eges of 21 and 35; of good character and temperate habits, who can apeak, read and write English. For informa tion apply at Recruiting Office, 92 State etreet, 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 factorily done. Dr. C. L. Bartholomew. FOR SAEE Ten acres within one mile of Hammond. Good house and out buildings. Will take vacant lota near Conkey avenue in part payment. Ad dress, G. S., Times oiflce. 12-19-3t. FOK SALE Three pool tables and one billiard table. Inquire of A. II. Tapper. 11-20-tf l"OK SALE IV e it 8-room house, mod ern lurge bam; on Warren street) a bargain at $3,300; sold on account of sickness. COSTLIX, MUYN & CO. 10-18-tf FOR RENT Store with stationary ice box. Good location. Inquire 271 In diana avenue. 12-ll-2w. FOR RENT Twd nicely furnished rooms, all modern conveniences. 112 East Clinton streot. 12-17-lw. FUR RENT Furnished rooms; all mod ern convenience. Apply 361 South Hohman street, phone 25C2, 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 2001. 10-16-lm. Carter's first class livery and under taking; open day and night, ambulance calls answered promptly. 5-29tf The nam of the Erlebach Planing Mill is changed to tho Invalid Appli ance and Cabinet Mfg. Co., 406-408-410-412 Indiana avenue, telephone 1871. I.ICEXS 2VOTICE. Notice Is hereby given to the citizens of Gary, Calumet township. Lake coun ty, Ind.. that I, Mike Keserich. a male Inhabitant of the town, township county and r-tate aforesaid, over the uge of twenty-one years, and a per son not In the habit of becoming in toxicated will apply to the Board of County Commissioners at Its regular January session, to be held in the Court JIoue at Crown Point, for a license ,to senl spirituous, vinous or malt Honors in less quantities than a quart at a time, with the privilege of allowing the same to bo drank on the premises where sold. The place where said liquors are to be sold and drank ia'de scribed ns follows: A tirst floor room of a one-story frame building on lot 14, block Iff Chicago, Toll-'ston Land Investment company's 4th addition to Tolleton now In the town of Gary. Said room faces west in Irving avenue, a public street within the town and is entered through a door in front and also one Fide entrance. There are living rooms in the rear. MIKE KRSErich HOLIDAY i;.Vtll!SIOS. The Erie railroad will sell holiday excursion tickets to all points in C. P. A. territory. Tickets on sale Dec ' 23. 24, 25. 29, 30. 31. 1906. and Jan.L 1907. Return limit Jan. 2, 1907 l'- 17-2wks. moox i;xciusio.. 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. 24, 25. 2D, 30 and 31. and Jan. 1st. Good returning Jan. 2d, 1907. WANTED A salesman, clean cut. active, one who is result producer, to call on over 20,000 people daily. Ad dress, THE PUBLIC. The Answer To "The Public:" Try a Want Ad. in The Times. It is that salesman. I.S. L Ir "Tl Ane Ad. ! i HERMAN GIE; RECORD GOOD Has Been Defeated But Comes Back Later on With the Goods. HAS FOUGHT G000 II Students of Fight Dope Believe Past Work cf Ghetto Champion In His Favor. Tonopah, Nev. 2 4. Students of fight dope have taken some notice of past performances of Kid Herman and bet ting men In Tonopah look upon the Chicago fighter as more than a possibil ity in his coming match with Guns. During his ring career Herman has shown his class on several occasions by coming right back and defeating men that have defeated him. In his first fight with Clarence Forbes, who at that time was considered the best in the business, the ghetto champion lost in six rounds by the decision route. When they met again Herman showed improvement and put Forbes away with a hard right to the Jaw in the sixth round. Meeting several lesser lights in the ring Herman easily carried off the honors. He next tackled "Kid" Abel. This light was most vicious from the start to the finish, Herman having both his Jaws broken in the first round. Notwithstanding this fact he managed to stand oil his opponent for six rounds and secured a draw. Herman Show Ills Gumeness. That Herman's grit and determina tion cannot ba doubted is shown from the fact that, after receiving these terrible blows from Abel he fought on, protecting his head and jaws especial ly and then earning a draw decision. After this ho met and defeated many of the best boys in the feather weight division. Charlie Neary came along about this time and put a crimp in Herman's aspirations for the champion ship, knocking him out in April and securing a decision over the KM a few months later. Nothing daunting, Her man pegged along, knocked out Clar ence Forbes and checked the career of several promising youths. He tackled Charlie Neary for the third time and gave him a beating that will ever be remembered by the Milwaukee man, securing the decision in the tenth round. This was at Denver. His next tight of importance was with Tommy Mowatt, the fighting conductor of Chicago, whom he easily defeated in six rounds. Gets Even With Benny Ynnger. Then came his contest with Benny Yanger, which ho lost after ono of the most bloody ono one-sided contests seen in the arena, Herman was never satisfied that Yanger was his master and to prove it issued a challenge to the Tipton Slasher and easily disposed of him. During Herman's trips to California he met three men who were topnotc'n ers In their class. In two of these, one with Ilerrera, who gave Battling Nel son the hardest fight of his life, the referee gave a draw decision which was claimed unjust by practically every man in the pavilion at Los Angeles. In the other one with Abe Attell the pub lic also thought Herman should have had the decision. His disposal of Eddie Hanlon is still fresh in the memory of the fight fans. A big factor in Herman's favor is the fact that he has not been defeated in nearly four years and has been consis tent climbing upward during that period. CHICAGO SATISFIED WITH RULES; WANTS NO CHANGE. Stagg Sajs the Maroon Team Will lie the llest In the West Xext Season Everything Favors Midway Team. Undergraduates of the University of Chicago see a big boon to maroon for tunes by the decision of the football rules committee to make no changes in the football code for next season. They believe Captain Do Tray and his men will forgo to the front, head and shoulders, with another year of the forward pass and more open game. ,-Mr. Stagg got more out of the new game last fall than any coach In the i west, and I think he will more than j surprise the football world next year," said Waiter Eckersali. "Everything favors Chicago, and with the material on hand for the 1907 team I look for a team that will have no equal in the west. "I feel quite pleased with the de cision of the rules committee not to make any changes in the code. There is only one criticism which I could make, and that is in regard to the forward pass. I think the substitu tion of a penalty of fifteen yards for loss of the ball when a forward pass strikes the ground would lessen the risk and make the play more popular." "Chicago should feel decidedly well pleased with the result of the rules committee meeting," said Captain De i Tray. "Things favor us very much, ! and I think we will be able to make a giant stride In another season. Mr. Stagg has many new players to pre sent next year, and I think the game will be better than ever before. "I look for every team of Import ance to play an open game. I believe few will stick to the old style. Those who can't invent new plays can imi tate, and this they will doubtless do." SWBIMEES RAISE RECORDS. Record for JOO Yards Drought Down From 05 3-4 to 53. Twenty years ago no man living could swim 100 yards under '.BS-i; last year the record was brought as iow as :59. During the same period one minute fifty and one-half seconds has been knocked off the 500 yards time, near three minutes off the half mile, and the mile record has been re duced from 23:19-4 to 24:42 3-5, while proportionate reductions have been made at Intermediate and greater dis tances. How enormous this improve ment In speed is can be gathered from the fact that the champion of today could give the champion of 1SSG over 200 yards start In a mile race and beat him handsomely. SPORTING BRIEFS. Tonopah, Nev., Dec. 2 4. Kid Herman spent the day at Goldheid, the camp which staged the Gans-Nelson fight. On his return here he brought back the news that a man named Taylor had an nounced in Goldtield that he had a match clinched between Jeffries and Squires, to be held in Ithyolite on April 1. The date is significant. Taylor's announcement is discredited here. However, the Kid and his manager, Nate Lewis, put in a good day in the neighborhood camp. They were shown through the Mohawk, the biggest dlvi dent payer of the section, and they were entertained at the Montezuma club. Kansas City, Mo. 24. In an effort to form a conference of representative Missouri valley colleges for the pur pose of regulating college athletics in this part of tha country, representa tives from seven near-by universities will meet at the Midland hotel Jan. 22. Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Wash inton, Ames, Drake, and Kansas State Agricultural college will be represented. Iowa may be persuaded to send a rep resentative, but it is probable that the Hawkeyes will stick by the Big Nine. This proposed Big Seven, if organized, will not adopt the Chicago reference rules bodily. President Murphy of the cubs has an nounced that he is angling for a new lef thand pitcher. Naturally he refuses to tell the name of the twlrler wanted to bolster up the cubs' pitching depart ment, but it is expected the name of the new "phenom" will be known bo fore Jan. 1. He is said to have a de livery resembling Pflester's. The Cook County high school cham pions, the North Division football play ers, will complete their practice for the Seattle match at Marshall field this afternoon. Every man on the eleven will have a coach, and Walter Steffen, the maroon half back, will have entire charge of the practice, which will last for the greater part of the afternoon. New Orleans, Dec. 21. The Curlew & O'Nell stable, while not quite as suc cessful at City Park as at tha Fair Grounds, didn't let their expenses catch up with their income during the two weeks sojourn at the new track. Of the four stakes thoy won two, the Initial handicap, won by Gild in a hard drive from James Keddiek, and Plant ers' stakes, for 2-year-olds, won by Sir Toddlngton. Only the matter of a few pounds of weight stands between Hugo Kelly and Joe Thomas In clinching a match for the middleweight championship of the world. Negotiations are under way now for a meeting between these two boys to take place at Denver, Colo., Jan. 22, and it is likely that before night the match will be clinched and nothing remain but the formal singing of the articles. Real Estate Transfers A list of transfers of real estate fur nished daily by the Lake County Title & Guaranty company, abstractors, Crown Point, Ind. John Sayle to Peter J. Howkln- son, part lot 3, nw i se section 34-34-9 $1,500.00 Caroline Meyrer to Heinrich Marotz, w 1-3 w Vi nw t-i nw 4 se V section S-3C-S 1.00 Caroline Meyer to Minnie Eb- ert, e 1-3 w nw nw y. se i, section S-3G-S John A. Kimmet to Keilman Klmmet Co. part sections 23 and 23, township 37, range 9 1.00 1.00 East Chicago Co. to Arthur II. Courtney, lot 6, re-division lots 11 to 16, block 56, Indi ana Harbor 400.00 Emll Steinfeldt to Robert Spear, north 294.4 ft., lot 37, block 12, sw i 2S-37-9, East Chicago 6,900.00 Herman E. Sasse to Isabella Carson, part e w se i section 17-36-S, containing 26.74 acres Lottie K. Robertson to Wm. A. Pridmore, lot 19. block 11. C. T. L. & I's. sixth addition, Tolleston Martha E. Hess to Engelhardt Ullrich, lot 7, block 3, East Lawn addition, Hammond, . . S0.00 eo.oo 34.50 Marshal A. Nischolea to Louis lieeder, r.e i se 4 section 26-34-9, containing 40 acres, 1,400.00 Margaret H. Lewis to John Gun ther, lot 12, block 3, first ad dition, Indiana Harbor $ 273 Herman Beckman to Ys'illiam II. Wolter, lot 3, block 2. e w Sohl's addition, Hammond .... Andrew Joseph O'Connell to Ben jamin N. Branch, Jr., lots 17 to 22. block 4, East Hyde Park, .. 1,000 600 Willis C. McMahan to William II. Goff, lots IS and 19, Mary C. Clark's addition, Crown roint 130 In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record 5 mortgages 6 releases and 9 roucel laaeous ist rumen. ts. Humor end Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS. A woman i3 young as long as she weepg. Reprocessed affection, like reprocess ed food, la liable to ferment and ex plode. A consistent man Is very often a plausible fool. Anybody will ad mit getting the worst of It If by doing so be thinks he can get the best of it. 17 r tcA S It is safe enough to insult a prize fighter. Professional etiquette would prevent him from fighting without first arranging for the gate receipts. Gratitudo has no more to do with reason than sentiment has with good ness. We place the greatest value on the thing that some other fellow has, but never will tell him so. Imagination is the seat of both pleas ure and pain, but It won't stop a hole In the wall nor draw in a load of coal. It doesn't follow that because a man continually makes thoughtless remarks that he is remarkably thoughtless. The only time that a thing that you thoroughly understand is interesting is when yon have a chance to display your attainments regarding It to an admiring audience. Youngsters Are Proof. Oh, sweet and gentle schoolma'am. You have a winning way To which the bashful grownup boya Must fall an easy prey. But all your smiles are wasted That go so good with men On any kid who hasn't reached The tender ago of ten. The man of four and twenty Who looks into your eyes Thinks you're an angel walking round In very thin disguise. But, oh, the little youngster. The rough and tumble lad. He thinks you are the limit Or something? quite as bad. And there may be some reasons For theso diverging views Why one should view you coldly. The other should enthuse. One Eees your disposition When it is light and gay. The other bumps against it In quite a different way. But. oh, the -tittle follow Who to your charms is blind And only, sees- your fallings Will some day change his mind. But If he will not love you This season do not fret, Because his older brother Is eafe within your net. Placed. "lie's an actor." "And his wife?" "She's his main support." "What part does she play?" "She takes In washing." Flying Is Near. Santos-Dumont is the latest of tho Inventors who aro around asking tho world to stand still for a moment while they measure it for wlng3. In six months he promises us that we will be tossing our automobiles on the scrap pile and investing our savings In light, serviceable wings warranted to fly or the money refunded. Several erperts In times past bavo looked at man and pronounced him a bird, but heretofore when he has at tempted to fly the coroner ha3 been obliged to Issue a report on the matter In a few well chosen words. Of course It may be optimistic to say that In six brief months the Impatient lover will only have to bring around a new pair of wings when he asks the girl to fly with him, but nevertheless we are bound to come to it some day, Is mighty man going to forever sit around and admit that he Is less than the mosquito? Not much! The Mighty Instrument. Tou do not need a hatchet when For good men you stand pat. Just split the ticket with, a pea And let it go at that. How Did She Know! "Mr. Wiltons, who called tonight, has rather common tastes," said the pretty girl. "Why did you say so?" asked her homely sister. "lie has been eating onions," return ed the p. g. "I did not notice it," answered her n. 6. Paradoxical. "What are the roses for?--"To square myself." "For what?" " 'Cause I wasn't round last night He as a Dead One. ""What Is a dead letter anyway, IiS3 Edith?" "The letter I when it means you, Mr. Mlndles." . J J ir. rETITlO.V OF IIAXKUUPT 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. 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 is further ordered by the Co art. 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 I!. 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. rETITIOX OF I1AXKRIIT 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. 1903, 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'clo.-rk 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. Witness, the Honorable Albert B. Anderson, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said District, on tho 13 day of December, A. D. 1906. SEAL NOBLE C. BUTLER, Clerk. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF LAKE, ss: Cause No. 2649. Lake Superior Court, October term, 1906 i nomas b . 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), botn inclusive, Lots iwenty-three (23) to Thirty-six (36), both inclusive and Lots iorty-seven (4i) and Forty eight (4S) 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 1 ifty 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 tv. 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 W. Hughes at the suit of Thomas F. Costello. CHARLES J. DAUGHERTY. Sheriff, Lake County, Ind. A. F. K NOTTS, Atfy for Plaintiff. PETITION" OF BANKRUPT FOR HER DISCHARGE. In the matter of Carrie A. Nelson, Bankrupt. No. 80, 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 hearing be had upon the same on the 15 day of January A. E. 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 mall 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. D. 1906. SEAL NOBLE C. BUTLER, Clerk. $25 to Texas and Return Via the Wab baab. The Wabash sella homeseekera ex cursion tickets from Chicago to the principal points in Texas at 25 for the round trip. If you are interested, ad vise us your objective point and we will send you Interested printed matter with itinerary showing time, etc F. H. Tristram, A. G. P. A., 87 Adams street, Chicago. RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD ICast Hound No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond 11:4S a. m. "O. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York. Hammond J:4Sp.. No. 12 Thrmrh tiiin nf ol.i & New York. Boston. Ham- i mond 11:43 p. ta. tlt linunil No. 5 to Chicago. Ills., Ham mond 6:16 bl. m- No. 9 to Chicago. St." LouiV & K-ansas City. Hammond 8:3 a. ra- No. l to Chicpgro, Hammond.. 8:03p.m. No. 13 to Chicago, St. Louis fik B-ansoa City 8:40 p.m. FRED N. HICKOK. Agent. Hammoni EHIE RAILROAD .ECiective Sunday, Nov. IS, 1S06. Wrfct Hound. No. 27 5:45 a. m., daily ex. Sunday. No. 76: 13 a. m.. dally. xo. 9: 7:30 a. m., daily. No. 25S:40 a. m., daily. No. 3 4:43 p. m., dally. No. 5-1110:10 p. m., daily. No. 21 3:50 p. m.. daily ex. Sunday. No. 23 10:05 a. m., daily. Eust Hound. No. 4 11:53 a. m., daily. No. 10 6:02 p. m.. daily. No. S 10:25 p. m.. daily. No. 12. 1:35 a. m.. dally. No. 22 S:10 a. m.. daily ex. Sunday. No. 2 43:25 p. m., daily. No. 2G 6:15 p. m., daily. No. 2S 6:55 p: m.. dally ex. Sunday. A. XL DEWEESS. Agent. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice i3 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 Point 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 tne premises where sold. The place where said liquors are to be sold and drunk is described as fol lows: The ground floor room of the five" story brick and stone building, sit uated at No. 177 South Hohman Btreet, on lot 5, block 3, Townsend & Godfrey's addition to Hammond. There are of fice rooms adjoining and above. Signed) II. R. Schneider, Hammond, Ind. Dec. 7, 1906. ll-5-3wk. , -'tj'-..H A'.JS .A-- .... ,...l Trade Mark VI ED to KO twice N GUARANTEED to iro a far a paste or Iliull poIih. Gtv- qtilck. trllllnt luotrf. arid IM)ES NOT ltl RN OFF. FREE 8AMPLIJ Addresa Bert. 2. Dimont, Corliss Co.,Asrtf,..T1jiI"'lli"n M..N.Y. 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 Oakley Avenus HAMMOND, IND. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of Ilobart Township, Lake Coun ty, State of Indiana, that I, Fred Carr, a male inhabitant of said Township for more than SO days last past, and being over the age of 21 years, and not in habit of becoming intoxicated, will apply to the Hoard of County Commis sioners oi said Lake County, Indiana, at its regular session to be held at Crown Point, Indiana. commencing January 7th, 1907, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in quantities of less than a quart at a time with the privilege of having the same to be drunk, on the premises where sold. The place where the said liquora are to be sold and drunk is described as follows: The west foom 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 Thlrty-aix (38) 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 i3 to be used as a billiard hall. (Signed), FRED CARR. Dated December 11th, 190S. oncy to Loan In any amount on short notice, e.3 teal estate or personal property, Wj Stinsou Bros. Attorneys at Law, Stenographer and notary in cf2.ee. All lnquliies strictly confidential. Suita 1C5, First National Bank Building, Jianmond Ind. The Lake Ccnnty Times Is delivered uatly by carriers to over 6,000 subscribers. 5 -IIiLlI "JU. HON ON. Time Table effective December 1G, 1SC3. South No. 5 No. S3 No. ay No. 3 No. 3 n.iJ a. ....12:4 7 p. i;55 p. 9:10 p. f 1 1 ;5S p. m. nu m. ITU ra. -North -NO. 4 No. 4 0 No. 32 No. ss ."!!!!."!!! No. 6 . 6:10 v, l:aa a i.i. 11:11 a. m. . S4.S3 p. m. p. m. x7;43 p. ra. No. 3 0 . l .,..,... .... .. , ".' X Daily ,Xivm snM.i,- F Flai g stop only. J. C. DOWNI.WI, Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL 'Ike Niagara Fell Route. The following time table goes Into effect oa the Michi.an Central R. R. Sept. 30. 1906: Trlu Ft 2 Bally ex. Sunday. Detroit , MaM 7.53 .a " Da"r Sunday, Grand Rapids Erp ,.r. So. 2 Daily ex. Sunday, Kalarca- ACm" 3 5 pm Daily ex. Sunday. Grand XUpids. Exp . g.e3 v A r' Detroit Exp.... 10:47 tm ro. Daily. Atlantic Exp...i2.49 am io. 14 jue at Hammond at 3 4 n, m. will ttop to take on passengers for KalKmao and points east thereof. No 10 db at Hammond at 11:19 a. m.. w.U stop to take on passenger- for Buffa.o and point3 ea.t thereof, when advance notice is given, No. 41 Daily, Chicago Exp... :28 ara No. 37 Daily, Pacific Exp .4o am No. 27 Daily ex, Sunday. Chicago . Local 9:65 am No. 43 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago Express U:53 am No. 9 Dally, Chicago Exp J:06 pa No. 45 Daily ex. Sunday, Grand Kaplds, Chicago Exp 4;0S pm No. 5 Dally ex. Sunday, Chicago o. lf uany ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo, Chicago Local....;. 7:5 pro No. 49 Sunday only. Kalamaxoo Chicago Local s;u pra L E. DICKINSON. Ticket Agent. PENNSYLVANIA LINE. Schedule In effect Sunday. Not. 26. '08. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ham'd Chicago Chicago llam'd x 6:60 :45 11O0 13:Ji :2$ 7:S5 ' 6:25 6:28 7:45 6:20 6:4i X 8:00 9;00 6:00 6:&9 610:11 11:10 8:05 8:01 xx2i34 lt&3 8:60 10:11 3iSl 4t30 11:20 12:3 X 4:4S 6i05 8:50 4,4s CiSa 6i30 4tlS Bt33 EiSa 7t09 4i30 6iSa X TsOO 8:00 6:40 Oi42 61IS 7UT Dally, x Dally except Sunday, a Sun. day only. Black-face figures Indicate P. H.; light-face flgurea A. VL CHICHESTER'S EHGLESt! PENNYROYAL PILLS DIAMOND GO BRAND t A?vr I Ask Your Pratririst for CHl-CHKS-TERS PILLS la Red and Gold metallic boxes, sealed wit Dlue Rihhon. Tike booihm. CuTofyour ra V ETClISH PILLS, ihm DI1MOXD BHA5D, for t enty-fiTe years knowu as Eest, bafeat, Al ways Reliable. Sold by IrugrfrsU eTerywhere. caiCHiisxaa chemical to., phila,, pa. UP-TO-DATE LIVERY Rogers & Burge 71-73 State Street. tfETT, TIRST CLASS EQUIPMENT OUR CARRIAGE METETS ALL NIGHT TRAIN'S. The State of Indiana. Lake County. In the Lake Superior Court, December temv 190. Union National Savings & Loan Association T. Jan MasteJ, et ftl. Cause No. '636. Action to Foreclose Mortsrair. Now comes the plaintiff by Cram packer St Moraa, attorneys, and filet its complaint herein, toother vrith an aiSdavit of a competent per-, eon, showing that the defhidant. McNeil St Hkgrins company, a corporation ; Louis J. Gross. Money Welyht Scale Company, a corporation : Henry Horner are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore hereby notified of the pendency of said action and that tho eame will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless th-sy appear and anawer or demur therein, at ths calitng of said cau-se, en the 25th day of Jammrr, A. D-. 1G7, the name beintf the iSth da? of the next ten n of said Court to be bearun and keidin ti e court house at Ham mond, in said County and State on the .h M on day of December, A. D 1906, said action will ba. heard and determined in their at sence. In witness whsreof. I hereunto set my hand and effix the seal of said Court at Hammond, this 5th, Day of December, A. D., Irff. (SeaL) HAROLD H. WEEELES. Clerk L. S. G, Ey Carrie B. Miles, Deputy Clerk. The Metropolitan Magazine JVOtV OS SALE at art KEWS'STAXBS $ Pictures in Color Clever Short Stories Striking Articles Many Illustrations A 35c. 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