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Wednesday, May 6, 1908.
,7 L.OANED on Rood security such as Furniture, Pianos and other personal property QUIETLY and QUICKLY. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO 9133-40 Commercial Ave. South Chicago Room 2(0. Tel. So. Chicago 104 Open Monday, Thursday ar.d Saturday evenings until V P. M.. , HAMMOHD BUSINESS DIRECTORY MILLER & JOY, FIRST CLASS CAR PENTERS, 230 Michigan avenue, are prepared to do all kinds of repair work at reasonable rate. Screen doors and windows a specialty. Also store fronts repaired. All work guaranteed first class. Orders qlven prompt attention. Thone No. 3001. Dr. C 0. Cllne, OSTEOPATH. Has opened offices In WOOM ,810 HAMMOND BOTLDtlfG. Treats acute and chronic diseases. Blx Years of Practical Experience, liraduat ot Kirksville, Mo, under T. A. STILL, 53est Equipped Repair Shop In the Stata Q. W. HUNTER AUTOMOBILE GARAGE Compressed Air FREE Bowser Gasoline System 1 S. HOUMAJI STREET Phone 122. Huehn Block. Hammoid, lad HOWARD STEVENS, Opea foi Contracts. tainting, Paper Hanging and Decorating. CRAIXING A SPECIALTY Mr Motto: Good Wark. tsa State Line Street, ... Haaunand. Telephone 1091. During the next 20 days We offer cash sales of artificial stone at cost. Our stock embraces a wide variety of material suitable for all classes of buildings. THE LAKE CONSTRUCTION CO 413 Hammond B!dz. Tel. 4751 K0HG HONG LO CO. Chinese American and European RESTAURANT, bhinesa Chop Susy. All Chines dishes served In short order. Chinese Goods Open from and Tea. 11 a. m. to 1. a. m. 1 State Street. Hammond, Ind. Woodhull Ice Cream Co. - - Manufacturers of " " Frozen Creams, Fruit Ices, Etc So. Chicago. 250 92ni St.. Phone 77 tHammonu. 83 State Street, Phone 177 There Is Comfort WHEN A MAIL'S SALARY STOPS Through sickness, failure of his em ployer, or a suspension of business, to feel that you have something to fall back on In yonr hour of trouble. Put a small amount each week in iar. tags la m Rood, reliable sarins bank, tike the Citizens' German National Bank OJTB DOLLAR STARTS A SAVINGS accp;nt. EAILWAY TIME TABLE, j Ltcw Hmd. Ar. CfaL Lto. An Reads. Chi.. Has 6. . A.M. P.3S. Ia a. 6.25x 6.86 Ptnn.. 6.80 6.41 I S.. 5.521 7.06 I S.. 6.67x 6.61 Penn.. 6.00 6.69 M. C. 7.10x 7J8 Erie... 7.15x 8.10 L. &. 7.281 8.48 Penn.. 8.00x 8.66 Monon. 8.30 9.1 Q C L 8.25 9.38 Penn.. 8.50s 10.97; U S.. 9.20 10.14 i Erie.. .10.45 11.15 Fenn..ll.20x 12.39 P.M. P.M. . A.M. CCU 6.46 Fenn.. 6.60x Monon. 6.10 Erie... 6.12 II. 8.. 6.1 3 P.M. 7.00 6.45 7.10 7.12 7.12 f.15 7.16 1.85 7.30 7.40 7.45 8.22 8.03 8.20 9.00 9.36 9.45 10.28 10.35 10.5S 10.54 11.35 12.00 PJM. 1.35 105 8.55 8.15 4.30 4.50 1.31 4.66 6.00 5.85 6.04 6.55 6.00 6.07 f.27 6.30 6.40 7.15 7.23 7.55 7.45 7.60 8.40 9.15 9.20 9.10 9.40 9.55 US Wab'sh 6.18 Id. C. 6.20 L. a. 6.20x1 6.40 N. P.. Fenn. L. & 1 S.. 6.40 , 6.42 6.61x1 7.06x Erie... Fenn. . 7.25 g.OOx Erie 8.S0 L. a. 8.48 aionon 12.00 u.tu "Wab'sh 8.34 Monon. 9.36 Erie. ..10.00 Penn.. 6.40a L. &. 10.141 Monon. 11.11 P.M. Penn..l2.36x i a. na . td. C. 2.06 Penn... 2.18s Penn.. 3.31x Erie... 3.50x N. P.. 4.36 M. C. 4.08x Wab'sh 4.10 Monon. 4.39s L. &. 4.47x1 Monon. 6.02 M. C. 6.12x Erie... 6.13 U S.. 12.011 1.12! Wab'shl2.04 M. C. 1.15x Penn.. 3.10s Erie... 2.25 N. P.. 2.82 Wab'sh 3.00 Monon. 3.05 12.52 1.54; 8.31 i 3.2C 3.23 3.60 3.65 4.47, 6.2 S 6.32 6.32! 6.45i L. S. 3.00x L. S.. Penn. Penn. M. C. l. a. Erls.. L. a. Penn. L. S.. 4.12x1 . 4.15 . 4.30 , 4.65X 5.0 $x . 6.15 5.17x1 , 6.40' 6.50 6.02 6.15 6.2S 6.33 6.481 7.13 Penn . . 6.15x Monon. 9.00 9.60 9.69 9.54 10.36 N. P.. 9.02 I a. 6.28.x Erie.. 9.03 C C L 9.30 M. C.10.00 Fenn.. 6 .32 .36x C C L. 6 10.47 11.48 L. a. Lb. a. 6.02x1 6.26 Wab'shll.OOx Monon. 11.10U 1L58 L, a. 11.85 12.23 Penn.. 11. 35s 12.33 Erie 11.45 12.4 M. C. 12.06 13.64 Daily. xDally ex. Sunday. L. a. 6.43 I Penn.. 6 .52X M. a 7.05X Monon. 7.49x H. P.. 8.16 C C L 8.22s Sf. C... 8.24 Wab'sh 8.62 M. C... .18s . &.lS.28sg EL.C1I.27x IIDaily ex. Monday j sSusday only. IVU Indiana Ear; boa. Ml if J Latest Events la the Markets PROVISIONS JEW YORK STOCK MARKET Descrip. Open Atchison ... 81 lr Tiff! Qf ' High Low 82 81 Close 82 90 127 36 63 73 51 38 V 8S 85 47 4 38 21 60 26 30 14 28 155 84 26 22'A 57 . 33 ,19 34 24 129 58 136 V4 9 24 55 108 15 28 60 49 63 102 67 134 36 26 90 119 30 110 18 67 16 33 21 84 15 131 15 36 28 20 139 36i 100 21 10 19 51 Am Sugar. .".12714 127 121 M -ar 36 36 36 Am Copper.; 62 63 62 Am Smelt.. 72 , 74 Vs 72 Am, Locom.j 49 51 49 Anaconda .. 38 38 33 g & 0 88 88 87 Biscuit 85 86 85 & OW... 4 Ches & O... 38 38 38 O & A cm... 19 23 13 n Do pfd... 60 . . .. C F & I... 25 26 25 Col. South.. 30 31 3U Corn Pdta... 14 " , Cotton Oil... 28 28 28 Canad Pac.155 156 155 Coast Line.. 84 84 84 Cent Leath.. 26 26 26 Denver cm. 21 22V. 21 Do pfd... 57 57 57 Distillers ... 32 34 32 Erie com 18 19 18 . Erie 1st 33 34 33 . : Erie 2nd 24 . . . . Grt North... 128 129 .128 Do pfd....' 58 58 5? Ill Central. .135 136' 135 Interboro ... 9 10 9 K C S cm. .. 23 24 23 Do pfd 55 55 55 L & Nash. . .107 108 107 Mex Cent... 15 15 15 M K & T cm 28 28 27 Do pfd... 59 60 59 Mis Pac 49 49 49 Nat. Lead... 63 63 62 N Y Cent... 102 102 101 Nor & W... 662 67 66 North Pac. 133 135 133 Ont & W... 36 36 38 Pacific Mail. 26 26 26 Peoples Gas. 90 90 89 Pennsyl. ...119 119 118 Press Steel. 29 31 28 Heading 110 111 109 li I & S 18 18 18 Do pfd 67 67 67 Rock Isl cm. 16 16 15 Do pfd 32 33 32 Rubber 20 22 20 South Pac. 84 84 83 So Ry cm... 15 15 15 St. Paul 131 132 130 St L & SW 14 15V 14 Do pfd... 35 36 35 St L&SF2dpf 29 29 28 Texas Pac... 20 ij 20 Union Pac. ..138 139 138 U S Steel... 36 36 36 Do pfd... 100 101 100 Virg Chem. 20 21 20 Wabash cm. 10 10 10 Do pfd... 19 19 19 West Union. 51 Ex-divldends Steel preferred, per cent; Pressed preferred, 1 cent. 1 per COTTON MARKET. Month Open High Low July ...895 906 887 Aug. ...896 896 881 Oct. ...880 885 870 Close 890-91 883-85 873-74 GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Month . July .; Sept . Corn Mar; July ., Sept . Oats May . July . Sept . Pork Mav . Open .102 .90 91 .86- .70 .6465 .62 63 .53 .46 . .37 .1327 .1347 .1375 .837 .850 .867 705 .730 .752 High Low Close 103 102 102 91 80 90b 86 85 85a T0 - 63- "-70: ' 65 64 64b 63 62 62a 54 53 54 46 46 46 37 36 36 -37 1327 1327 1327b 1350 1347 1350b 1377 1372 1377 837 837 837 850 845-47 845-47b 867 862 862b 705 705 7055 730 725 727 752 760 750b July . Sept . Lard May . July . Sept . Ribs May .. July . Sept . PRODUCE MARKETS. Butter Receipts, 4,969 tubs; cream ery, extra, 2oc; price to retail dealers. 2c; prints, 28c; firsts, 2225c; sec onds, 2021c; dairies, extras, 24c: fancy, 22c; seconds, 18c; ladles, No. 1, 18c; packing stock, 16c. Eggs Rceipts, 31,430" cases; miscel laneous lots, cases returned, 13c; cases included. 14c; ordinary firsts, must be 60 per cent fresh, 13c; firsts, whitewood cases and must be 70 per cent fresh, 14c; prime firsts, packed in new whitewood cases and must be 85 per cent fresh, 15c; extra, specially packed for city trade and must be 90 per cent fresh, 16 c. Potatoes Receipts, 30 cars; choice to fancy, 7375c; fair to good, 6570c, Veal Quotations for calves in good order were as follows: 50 to 60 lbs weight, 55c; 60 to SO lbs, 67c; SO to 100 lbs, 89c. Dressed beef No. 1 ribs. 15c; No. 1 loins, 17 c; No. 1 round, 10c; No 1 chuck, 9c; No. 1 plate, 6c. Live poultry Turkeys, per lb, 14c; chickens, fowls, 11c; springs, $3.00x' 6.o0 per doz; roosters, ?c; geese, $4.00 Lu6.0o; ducks, llc. Fruit Apples, S2.005.00 per brl; 50c $2.25 per bu; bananas, jumbo, per bunch, $1.60; straight, $1.151.40; culls, 90c$1.15; bouquets, 7090c; lemons, $2.002.2o; oranges, $2.753.00; grape fruit, $3.00 4.50; pineapples, $1,751 $3.25 per crate. Berries Strawberries, 50c $1.85 per 24-pt case; $1.00 (gc 2.50 per 24-qt case. Leans Pea beans, hand picked! choice, $2.502.55; common, $2.403 45 red kidney, $1.701.80; lower grades' .iepending on quality. $1.251.50; brown Swedish, $1.95 2.00 ; off grades $1.251.60; liraas, California, per 100 lbs, $5.255.50. Green vegetables Asparagus, $1.00 2.00 per box; beets, $2.003.25 per brl cabbage, 50c$2.25 per crate; carrots' t0&75c per box; cauliflower, $2 00 per box; celery, $4.50 per crate; cucum bers, 157oc per doz; eggplant, 25&60c per box; garlic. 66c per lb; green ?"Lns. 2514 60c per box; green peas, $l.a2.00 per box; horseradish 65c per bunch; lettuce, $2.0003.00 per brl-J,e-aA10(&12MiC per "ate; mushrooms! 3o3 60c per box; peppers. $2.504 50 per crate; parsley, loCaloc per doz pieplant, 40 75c per box; radishes' ach, $1.502.50 per brl; tomatoes $1 50 (2.50 per crate; turnips, 6075c per sack; watercress, 10c per dost FOR RENT At Cheltenham, very con veniently Iocatl 5 room flats; $12 50 with gas a- oath. Apply Washburn & Tifflny, 79th street and Cheltenham place. South Chicago. g.tf DOST BOIL THE WATER. Boiling and distilling water removes the oxygen 'and makes It Cat. Indigest ible, and unhealthful. Filtering only takes out a very srcall part of the filth and disease germs. If you want to drink absolutely pure water, fresh, sparkling, life-giving, nature's best remedy, you can have it for 7 cents per gallon delivered at your door from Knotts jjiineral and pvre water springs, Porter, Ind. Send card with name and address to W. F. Cox. Porter, Ind., or call up phone 136 Hammond, and we will do the rest. "uu,i 6'""". uwoou per aoz; string bans, green, 75c $1.50 per box- wax 50c$1.25; onions. $1.15 rer hn- .nn' Special Wire to I he TIMES GRAIN MARKET. Chicago, May 6. Clearances today: Wheat and flour, 165,000: corn, 68,000; oats, 220 bu. Chicago, May 6. Estimates tomor row: Wheat, 19 cars; corn, 83 cars; oats, 12S cars; hogs, 24,000 head. Chicago, May 6 Carlots today: Wheat,- 20 cars; corn, 103 cars; oats, 130 cars; hogs, 28,000 head. Northwest Cars. This week Last week Last Yr. Duluth 34 12 152 Minneapolis .138 82 252 Chicago 20 b 23 Southwestern Markets. Receipts. Ship. Minneapolis, today ...148,000 54.000 Last year 242,000 74,000 St. Louis, today 25,000 28,000 Last year 25,000 23,000 Kansas City 35,000 33,000 Last year 32,000 63,000 Primary Markets. Receipts. Ship. Wheat, today 301,000 408,000 Last week 231.000 409,000 Last year 723,000 534,000 Corn, today 308,000 494,000 Last week 318,000 360,000 Last year 614,000 467,000 LIVERPOOL MARKET. Liverpool, May 6. WTheat opened un changed to d higher; corn opened unchanged. Liverpool, May 6, 1:30 p. m. Wheat, d to d higher; corn, unchanged. Liverpool, May 6. Wrheat closed d to d higher; corn closed unchanged. LIVE STOCK-MARKETS. Union Stock Yards, May 6. Hog re ceipts, 28,000 head; left over, 4,700 head; market 5c lower. Light, $5.35 5.75; heavy, $5.3005.75; mixed, $5.35 5.80; rough. $5.30(55.50. Cattle re ceipts, 18,000; market steady. Sheep receipts, 15,000; market steady. Hogs Cattle Sheep Omaha 7,000 4,000 3,000 Kansas City ..15,000 8,000 10,000 Union Stock Yards, May 6. Hogs close active. Light. $5.305.67; mix ed. $5.355.72; heavy, $5.305i)5.70; rough, $5,530 5.45. Cattle steady; sheep strong. WEATHER FORECAST. Wisconsin Partly cloudy tonight; fair Thursday: continued cool. Lower Michigan Showers tonight and possibly Thursday. Missouri Partly cloudy tonight with proDaoiy snowers east and frost north west; Ihursday generally fair. Indiana Showers and cooler tonight; Thursday generally fair and cooler. Illinois Showers this afternoon and possibly tonight; cooler extreme south tonight; Thursday generally fair. Kansas Fair tonight and Thursdavr: frost tonight; rising temperature xnursaay. HEARD ON THE BOUESS. White The wheat market was firm though tired and the fact that final sales were c lowar than previous close would argue that bull news had been discounted at the price. Barrell While we advise buying wheat on all setbacks, we would not ignore good profits when offered. Re actions will follow all quick upturns. Ware & Leland A good many shorts have been forced to cover but are willing to put out lines on any good sign of weakness. We are inclined to look for a good scalping market in wheat, Pringle On any weak spots we ad vise buying July wheat, believing in higher prices for it. Miller The undertone of the market continues strong. There is an absence of liquidation. Commission houses po sition is a comparatively light one and we see no reason to change our opin ion on the bull position. Topics Union, Reading, Steels and Smelter are the best stocks to sell on bulges. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TOLESTON. Lot 12, block 19, C. T. L & . Co.'s fifth addition; lot 14, block 16, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fourth addi tion, Miie Mandich to Ru dolph Brand $3,400 Lots 15. 16. 17, blocK 2; lot 18, block 3, Oakdale addition, John O. Bowers to Clear Title Land Co Lot 19, block 3, Oakdale addi tion, Annie Prevost to Clear Title Land Co Lot 19, block 14, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fifth addition, Louis Bern stein to Star Stowell Lot 2, block 9, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s third addition, Eugene H. Zieg ler to John Powers Lot 13, Caldwell's fifth addition, John J. McNaughton to Mary Allen Dawes Lots 12 to 14, block 24, C. T. L. & I. Co.'s sixth addition, Frank N. Gavit to First M. E. Church, Gary GARY. Lot 32, Caldwell's fifth addition, William C. Caldwell to Louise Skinner ' Lot 39, block 28, Gary Land Co.'s first addition, Gary Land Co. to II. F. McCracken HAMMOND. Lots in Frank S. Betz's second addition; in redivision Hoff man's first addition; in Hoff man's first, second and third .additions and Rolling Mill ad dition. Calumet Realty Co. to Virgil S. Relter Lot 41, part lot 40, block 1, East Lawn addition, Ullrich & Black mun to James K. Stinson..... HOBART. Lots 20 and 21. block 2, George L. Nlchol's addition, Thomas A. Prunty to William II. Carr SECTION. 23-34-9 W Part SE acre. Crown Brewing Co. to Anna A. Ray 34- 34-9 W Part NE NW 1 acres, Valentine Schuetz to Frank Saberniak 35- 33-9 W NE corner SE 2 acres, Stanley Castle to John W. Northrup 26-36-9 W S N SW SW ; 27-36-9 W S S NW SE 20 acres. Myron H. Shaw to John J. Kleinman 17-32-9 W S NE 80 acres. 600 325 2,500 100 250 500 350 400 300 500 800 worge j3. uauey to Levi E. Bailey , 100 17-32-9 W SW NW 40 acres, Levi E. Bailey to George B. Bailey 100 In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record 9 mortgages, 4 releases and 6 miscel laneous Instruments. CLASSIFIEB MALE HELP WASTED. WANTED For U. a. army: Able- bodied men. unmarried, between ages of 18 and 25; of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Men wanted now for service in Cuba and' the Philip pines. For information apply at Re cruiting Office, 92 State street. .Ham mond, Ind.. or 323 South State street. Chicago, 111. 1-13-eod FEMALE HELP WASTED. WANTED Competent girl for general nousework. Apply 546 South iion- man street; phone 2711. 6-3 WANTED Girl for general house- worK. can at 384 South lionman street. 4-3 SITUATION WAN TED. WANTED Situation; lady wants Work Dy aay. Phone 3931. 0-1 FOR SALE. FOR SALE Four horse power motor boat, cheap; first class condition; good reason for selling. . Apply Ed Dol ton, 55 East 77th street, Soutn Chicago. 6-tl FOR SALE A gentleman's bicycle. gooa as new. tall pnone 3Uz. o-x FOR SALE New buggy, cheap. J. J. xvocn, nz .c;ast, uoty street, city; telephone 4292. 4-3 FOR SALE Majestic steel range, cheap. Call at 126 Charlotte street. 2-6 FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock laying strain, $1.50 per setting. J. W. vciicu, ixrassei 11. -8l FOR SALE A saloon at corner of Sibley and Hohman, by May 9. For particulars see Frank Young at above location. 2-6 FOR SALE Rubber tired bus, cheap. Inquire at Blacksmith shop at Lake Station, Ind. 28-tf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Will ex change for good Hammond property nice 65 acre farm, black sand loam. Well adapted for truck gardening, with small house and barn. Just east ot Black Oak and south of Gary, extend ing from the fudge Road to the Little Calumet river and on the Nickel Plate II. R. Can make good money farming it and in the near future, with the growth of Gary, will make you rich. Who ia the lucky man to get it? Gost lin, Meyn & Co. 18-6t FOR SALE First class runabout, buggy, cheap. Phone 4091 or 3643. Call at room 404 Hammond Bldg. 18-tf FOR SALE 25 foot lot in Standard Steel addition; can be bought at low price, cash; owner must sell. Address Q. R Lake County Times. 16-3t FOR SALE One square piano; good order; only $25. Straube Piano fac tory. Take S. Hohman street car to factory. 13-tf FOR SALE One Kimball upright pia no, only $140; easy payments. 30 Ogden street. 4-13-tf FOR SALE Few choice cottages and lots in best location in city; cash or easy payments. Phone 3244 or call 213 Ann street after 6 o'clock in the even ing. 3-10-tf FOR SALE High class Barred Rock poultry; also eggs for settings. .W. F. Mashino, 318 Truman avenue, Ham mond, Ind. 3-13-lm FOR SALE Good six room house with bath; lot 60x90; price $1,500: easy terms. The Hammond-Gary Realty Co, 1-4-tf FOR SALE Large rooming house. 86x 22; steam heated; a good investment The Hammond-Gary Realty Co., 131 J Hohman street. 1-4-tf WANTED TO BUY WANTED Modern eight reor-i nous; must be cheap for cash. ApjMy Hot R-46, Lake County Times. 1-C-tS ., WANTED The best house that eigh teen hundred dollars will buy; one half cash. Box G-40. Lake County Times. 1-4-tf WANTED 1 will buy good saloon for cash. A. B. Mann, 127 South Hoh man. 1-4-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Six room flat; all modern conveniences; arranged for roomers. Inquire 11 Doty street. 6-4 FOR RENT Brick flat; upstairs; all modern conveniences. 303 West State street. West Hammond. 6-3 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping in a modern flat. Call 284 Plummer avenue; phone 2634. t-5 FOR RENT AT GARY, IND. One front office, clean, modern furnished, sing le rooms, front entrance, over store; quiet surroundings. 1526 Broadway, Gary, Ind. 5'4 FOR RENT Six room brick flat; mod ern improvements. Apply 10 War ren street. 5-t FOR RENT Small business room, 260 State street; opposite E. C. Minas Dept. store. Address I. J. Sutton, Por ter, lncL B'2 FOR RENT Finest 8 room brick flat on south side new, modern, hot wa ter heat rent cheap. Llpman, 5 Will iams street. 4-5 FOR RENT Nicely furnished room with steam heat and bath. 9 Sibley street, second flat. 4-3 FOR RENT Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call 709 Sum mer street. 4-6 FOR RENT Six room brick flat; new, modern; key at premises, 420 Cedar street. Inquire Lipman, 5 .Williams St. 4-5 FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with or without board in pri vate family in the best locality; reason able. 19 Carroll street; phone 3144. 4-3 FOR RENT Five room cottage, 1016 Jefferson, near Conkey plant. Call 1016 Jefferson street. l-3eod WANTED TO RENT. WANTED To rent barn for wagon and three horses. 338 Indiana avenue. -3 LOST AND FOUND LOST White fox terrier, short tail with black tip, black and brown head, answers to name of Spot or Snooksy. Reward for return to 730 Sibley street. 6-tf LOST Silver carved handle for opera glasses, between Warren and Condit. Return to Katherine Smith, 40 Warren street. 5-1 LOST Sunday, an undressed kid glove for left hand. Please return - to Times office. 4-tf PERSONAL. PERSONAL Johnson studio's new ad dress will be 334 South Hohman St. Watch for opening day. . 6-1 WELLCOME FURNITURE CO, 405 Sibley street, offers big .bargains in new and second hand furniture. Come and see for yourself. 4-6 WANTED Have your wall paper cleaned good as new; all work guar anteed. H. Stewart; phone 4933. Call 255 Indiana avenue. 4-6 PERSONAL Wanted, dressmaking and plain sewing; reasonable prices. Call at 411 Kane avenue; phone 6103. 30-4 - Does your sewing machine need re pairing? If so, call up C. F. Miller, the sewing machine expert 341 East State street; phone 2601. WANT" ADS. HOARD AND ROOM. .' WANTED Boarders or roomers In a, . German private family, 310 Indiana avenue. 5.2 NOTICES. NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given by W. B. Van Home, receiver appointed by the Judge of the ;Lake superior court, wherein Barney Braverman is plaintiff, and the Indiana Harbor Bottling Works is de fendant. That on the 11th day of May, 1908, at 4 o'clock p. m. at the office of W. B. Van Home, second floor of the new Indiana Harbor State Bank building at the corner of Guthrie and Michigan avenue, Indiana Harbor, Ind., the un dersigned will sell all the merchan dise, property and stock and all out standing accounts, and all the prop erty of every description belonging to the Indiana Harbor Bottling works, to the highest bidder. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of May, 1908. W. B. VAN HORNE, 6-4 Receiver. BARTER B EXCHANGE One week's insertion under this head free. You pay two cents for each an swer you receive, , FOR EXCHANGE A Columbia Sterl ing graphophone, disc, for a cylinder, idress 1. M., care Lake County Times. Add 30 FOR EXCHANGE One five gaUon coffee urn and restaurant dishes for what? Address L. B., Lake County Times. 28 FOR EXCHANGE Motorcycle, make me an offer. Address J. D., care Times. 21 Do as other Lake county people dot Send THE TIMES to your distant rela tives. It is as good as 300 letters from borne. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAltf The Captain of I the Kansas. By LOUIS TRACY. Author of "The Wings of the Mornis "The Pillar of Liabt." Etc Copyright, 1906, by Edward J. Clode. TVfVTWTf TTVTVVfVTTTTTT "Now, silence and listen!" said Gray. They soon detected a curiously sub dued clamor from the Inner recesses ot the cleft. At first almost Indistlngruish able. It gradually assumed the pecullai attribute of immense volumes of dis tant sound and filled the ear to the ex clusion of all else. It was like nothing any of them had heard before. Now it recalled the roar of a mighty waterfall. and again its strange melody brought memories of a rive? in flood. But the dominant note was the grinding noise of Innumerable millstones. It cowed themall. Even the dog was afraid. "Guess we tied up Just in time," ex claimed Gray, feeling the need of speech. A little sob answered him. Elsie was beginning to admit the 6heet hopelessness of her undertaking. . "Now, cheer up, Miss Maxwell," said he. "All the water that Is going in must come out by the same road. At the worst we can skate back the way we came and take our chance. But it will soon be broad daylight, and I'll answer for it that if Captain Courte nay is yet alive he is not between us and the mouth of the inlet or he would have contrived some sort of racket to let us know his whereabouts. Now, I propose that our friend In the bows be asked to shin up the cliff and. prospect a bit. He ought to know how to crawl through this undergrowth. Fifty feet higher he will be able to see some dis tance." Suarez was very reluctant to leave the boat, but the American adopted a short cut In the argument, offering him the alternative of climbing ashore or of being thrown overboard. So the Argentine adopted the less hazardous method and climbed to the bank. A splash and a scramble and a slight exclamation from Elsie told that the dog had followed. Soon the swish of leaves and the crackling of rotten wood ceased. Suarez might be out of earshot or merely hiding for a time, in tending to return with news of an im passable precipice. Theie was a crumb of comfort in the absence of the ter rier. Joey would either go on or come back to them at once. Gray felt that the girl was too heart broken to talk. He listened to the rhythmical chorus of that witches' caldron in the heart of the defile and watched the gray light slowly etching a path through the trees until it touch ed the fast running water wtth m shimmer of silver. Neither of them knew how long they remained there. At last a straining and creaking of the boat warned them that the water level was rising and the ropes needed readjusting. It was now possible to see that Elsie had made Our nethod of. advancing mon ey on Pianos, Furniture, Horses, Wagons, etc., will Interest you. We will treat your inquiry as strictly confidential. Our rates are more satisfactory than those In South Chicago. HAMMOND LOAN & , GUARANTEE CO. 145 SO. HOHMAN STREET. Phone 257. Over Model Clothiers. Open evenings except Wednes days and Thursdays. iJsVfstilal :.'!S?J.'!!" .'r,B.'T s!J:J.' Jry !SiS5a" TO THE An invitation is extended to t'fie public to call and Inspect the new Banking Room and Safe Deposit vaults of the Indiana Harbor State Bank on and after the first of May, 1908. The Bank will be open on Friday and Monday evenings, on the first and fourth of May, especially to give the public an opportunity to inspect the premises. You are welcome to call at any time, and it will afford us great pleasure in showing you our new equipment F. H. ERIGSON, G, J. BADER. Csshier. Q A RY MODERN EQUIPMENT EUROPEAN PLAN GEORGE O'BONNELL MANAGGH AXSO PROPRIETOR GARY, - - INDIANA. Don't you often want hot water and want it QUICK? Do you know that the easiest and cheapest way to get it is with a Reliable Water Heater. South Shore Gas and Electric Co. Phone lO. THE HAMMOND DiSTlLLINO QO. DAILY CAPACITY 25,000 GALLONS. fast to a fallen tree. Its branches were locked among the gnarled roots of the lowermost growth above high , water mark. Already there was a distinct lessening in the pace of the current, and Gray fancied that the distant rum ble was softer. It would not be many minutes before the neighboring rocks were covered. High tide he knew wa3 at 3:15 a. m. He forbore to look at his watch lest the girl should note his action. That would imply the utter abandonment of hope. It might be that his mind was too taken up with the weird influences of the hour or that Elsie's senses were strung to a superhuman pitch. Be that as it may, it was she who sprang to her feet, all a-quiver with agitation. "Do you hear?" she whispered, and her hand clutched Gray's shoulder with an energy which set his heart beating high. He did not answer. He had heard no unusual sound, but he was not without faith in her. "There!" she panted again. "Some one is hailing. Some one cried 'Elsie. I am sure of it." "Guess you'd better toot 'Arthur on the off chance," 6aid Gray. Almost the last thing she remember ed was the sound of her own wild scream. There came back to her a stronger shout and the bark of a dog. She had a blurred consciousness of a whole troop of men scrambling down the choked ravine, of glad questions and joyous answers, of a delirious dog leaping on board and yelping staccato assurances that everything was all right in a most wonderful world. Then she found herself in Courtenay's arms and heard him say in a rapture of de light: "I owe my life to you, dear heart. That is the wonder of it. No need to tell me you ran away from the ship. I know. One kiss, Elsie, then full speed ahead for the Kansas. By the Lord, to think of it you here, at the very gate of the inferno! Well, one more kiss! Yes, it is I, none other, and fit as a fiddle. Never got a scratch There, now; I really must see the crew. We must be ready for the turn of the tide." CHAPTER XIX. "iHB events of the next hour were shadowy as the dawn to k Elsie. She knew that her lov er placed men In each of the canoes, that the lifeboat itself was crowded and that it began the seaward journey after the others had started. They sped out of the twilight into the morning glory of the open bay, and never a savage hoot disturbed the ech oes. Some of the Alaculofs had drag ged a couple of canoes from beneath the trees and raced off toward the vil lage, others had followed a coast path known only to them, while if there were watchers by the side of that mysterious river which flowed both ways with the tide they kept a silent vigil, awed by the force arrayed against them. As the lifeboat emerged Into the estu. PUBWG, IN President. HZ HOT 147 S. Hohman St. ary under the vigorous sweep of six ash blades Elsie's wondering glance rested on the brown plumpness of a girl who was gazing at Suarez with wistful, glistening eyes, much as Joey was regarding his master. Courtenay caught the happy little sigh, half laugh, half sob, with which Elsie announced her discovery of the idyl in the canoe. "We owe a lot to that young per son," he said. "None of "us could make out a word she uttered when first we saw her. She loses what small amount of Spanish she can speak when she becomes excited, and it was sheer good fortune that some of the crew were with her when she swung herself down the side of the cliff to warn ua of our danger; otherwise she might have been shot. I suppose Suarez told you what to expect''" "You might as well be talking Alacu lof yourself for all I can follow what you are saying," murmured Elsie hap pily. Whereupon Courtenay took thought and explained that the channel which flowed through that amazing cut iu the cliff led to the crater of an extinct volcano, into which the sea poured twenty feet of water each tide. An almost everlasting maelstrom raged within, as the water entered by a side long channel and sent a whirlpool spin ning with the hands of the clock until the enormous cistern was full and against them until it was empty. The sailors had taken refuge on a wide, sulphur coated ledge high above tha vortex, and the presence of several skeletons showed that many an unfor tunate had sought a last shelter there against pursuit. Every Alaculof knew of this retreat, but few dared approach it, as the roar of the water far below appalled them. There was only one path. When the hunters closed that their prey was safe. The alternative to capture was death by starvation. The Chileans and he himself during the past fourteen hours had subsisted on a bag of dried berries stolen by the girl when she first led the sailors thither. "Didn't you see how eager we all were to search the lockers?" he asked. "But the rascals had cleared every scrap when the boat fell into their hands again with the falling tide." She nestled close to him. "I saw nothing," she whispered. "My mind held but one thought that you were alive, though indeed I was mourning you as dead. But now I am restored to my senses. I think I can grasp what happened. Did Joey find you?" "Yes. You can guess my bewilder ment when he sprang on top of me. I was lying down. I heard our sen tries shouting, but paid no heed. As a matter of fact, Elsie, I, too, had abandoned hope. I could see no chance of escape. Great heaven to think of your coming to my rescue! What made you do it?" XTo t CoGtmcoS.!