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Thursday, -Mav 7, 1908.
the sums. Our method of advancing mon ey on Pianos, Furniture, Horses, "Wagons, etc., will interest you. TVe will treat your Inquiry" as strictly confidential Our rates Are more satisfactory than those. In South Chicago. HAMMOND LOAN & GUARANTEE CO. J 145 SO. HOHMAN STREET. Phone 257. Over Model Clothiers. Open evenings except Wednes- days ana unursaays. HAMMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY MILLER & JOY, FIRST CLASS CAR-. PEN TEH S, 23 . Michigan avenue, are prepared to do all kinds ot repair work t reasonable .rates. Screen doors and vlndovr a specialty. Also store fronts repaired. All work guaranteed first class. Orders Riven prompt . attention. Phone No. 3001.- . - , ; " ,! ' SSest Equipped Repair Shop In the Stat , - - 0, W. HTJHTER automobile; garage Compressed Air FREE Bowser Gasoline System : . 91 8. UOnMAlf STREET Phone 122. Huehn Block. Hammond, lad HOWARD STEVENS, Open foe Contracts. Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating. GRAIXINQ A SPECIALTT. My Motto: Good Work. XSS State Line Street, - - - Hammond. Telephone 1691. During the next 20 days Wo offer cash sales of artificial stone at cost. Our stock embraces a wide variety "of material suitable for a!l classes of buildings. THE LAKE CONSTRUCTION CO 413 Hammond Bids:. Tel. 4751 KONG HONG L0 CO. Cnlneae, American and European . RESTAURANT. Chines Chop Suey. All Chines dishes served. In- short order. Cliltsesa Goods Open from and Tea. 11 a. m. to 1. a. m. 1 State Street. Hammond, Ind. Woodhull Ice Cream Co. Manafsctsrers ol Frozen Creams, Fruit Ices, Etc . S.dklcsca. 250 2nd St., Phone 77 ktammoai, SS State Street, Phono 177 ttotc There Is Comfort WHEX A MAN'S SALARY STOPS Tbrongh sleknesa, failure of him em ployer, or a suspension of business, to feel tbat you have something; to fall feaek on In yonr hoar of trouble. Pat a small amount each week In ir. . Ins-a la a good, reliable cartas bank, like the Citizens German National Bank , OXB DOLLAR STARTS A SAVINGS , accp;jt. EAILWAY TIME TABLE,! Ltc Hmd. 6.60x 6.10 Ar. ChL Asw XUaan. CbL.HaUU A.M. P.3. - P.M. 7.00 6.45 7.10 7.12 7.12 T.15 7.16 7.85 7.39 7.40 7.-46 8.22 6.03 8.20 9.00 9.88 9.45 10.22 10.85 10.53 10.64 11.35 12.00 PJd. 1.35 2.05 2.55 2.15 4.30 4.50 9.31 4.66 6.00 6.35 6.04 6.55 6.00 6.07 6.27 6.30 .40 7.15 7.25 7.66 7.45 7.60 8.40 9.15 9.20 9.10 9.40 9.55 C C L Penn. . Monon . Erie. . . l. a. Pnn.. L S.. U S. . Ponn. . M. C. Erie.. L. S.. Psnn . . Monon C C L 6.25k e.SO , 6.80 S.41 6.621 7.66 6.5 Tx 6.61 6.00 6.69 , 7.10x 78 . 7.15X 8.10 7.1SI 8.48 . S.OOx 8.66 . 8.80 1.19 6.12 L. a. .18x Vab"sh .16 M. C 6.20 X 8. 6.20x1 . 6.40 .40 , 6.42 6.61x1 7.06x . 7.25 , 8.00x . 8.30 M. C N. P.. Penn. L 8. L. a. Erie. . Peso. Erie. , 8.25 t.83 . 8.50s 10.07 9.20 10.14 .10.45 11.85 ,11.20x 13.86 Ponn. . L. a. Erie.. Ponn., P.M. P.M. Monon" 12.00 18.60 L. & 8.4 L. S..12.01! 1.18 Monon. 9.36 Erie. . .10.00 Lena.. 6.40s a. io.i4i Monon. 11. 11 Wab'shl2.04 M. C. 1.16x Penn.. 2.10s Erie... 2.25 N. P.. 2.82 Wab'sh 3.00 iionon. 8.06 12.62 1.64 8.81 8.2C 3.2a 8.60 3.65 4.47 6.28 6.32 6.32 inn. .lf&Ox a. l.is Pen L. U S.. 3.60x M. C. 2.06 L. 8. 4.12x1 Penn... 2.18s Penn.. S.Slx Krle... 3.60x &P.. 4.36 a.. 4.08x Wab'sh 4.10 Monon. 4.39s L. 8.. 4.47x1 Monon. 6.02 Penn. Penn. ML. C. Erie.. L a. Penn. L a. Penn. . 4.16 . 4.30 . 4.G5x 6.06x . 6.15 5.17x1 . 5.40 6.60 S.45j 6.02 6.16 6.28 6.82 6.48 7.18 9.50 S.56 9.54 10.36 6.15x M. a.. Krle. . . L. a. b Penn. . C C 1 L. a. 6 6.12x Monon. 9.00 N. P.. 9.02 Erie.. 8.03 C C L 9.30 M. C... 10.00 6.13 2Sx 6.82 .26x 02x1 10.47 11.48 Wab'shll.OOx U 8.. fl S.. Penn. 6.28 6.431 . 6.52S Monon. 11.10 11.68 L a. 1135 12.28 Penn.. 11. 35s 18.32 Erie 11.45 12.40 M. C. 12.05 11.14 Daily. xDaily ex. Sunday. M. a Monon N. P.. C C L 7.05X , 7.49X 8.16 8.22s il a.. liDally ex. Monday j Sunday only. IVU Indiana rl bo. Vab'sh 8.52 S.18S li. c S..12.2Ssrt EJL C.lS.27x US i 1 U 1 5 ifi'l 'j W Latest Events la the Markets PROVISIONS NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Descrip. Atchison Open . 82 .127 . 36V . 63 Close 82 127 36 62 72 50 38 20 87 85 47 4 38 21 27 30 14 28 155 26 22 58 33 18 33 24 128 57 135 10 - 24 56 107 27 A 60 48 61 101 , 67 133 37 26 90 118 29 111 17 67 16 32 22 84 15 130 28 20 138 36 100 21 11 20 16 41 51 Am Sugar.. Am Car. . . . Am Copper. Am Smelt. Am Locom. Anaconda . Am Wool.. B & O Biscuit ... Brook R T. C & G XV.. 73 62 39 20 88 85 47 4 Ches & O... 38i J & A- cm.r;2l J f & I. Col South Corn Pdts. Cotton Oil. 30 14 4 0 Vs Canad Pac. 155 Cent.Leath. 26 Denver cm,i 22k Do pfd... 57 i n.rie com. Erie 1st.. Erie 2nd.. Grt North. 34 24 . .129 Gt Kor Ore. . KS 111 Central. -.135 Interboro .. 10 K C S-cm.. 24 Do pfd... 56 L & Nash. . .107 M K & X cm 28 Do- pfd: 60 Mis Pac 49 Nat Lead. 63 N Y Cent. . .102 Nor " & V. ... 67 North Pac. 134 Ont & -XV-. 37 Pacific Mail. 26 Peoples .Gas.'.-90 Pennsyl. " .-. .119 Press Steel. 29 Reading ...110 R I & S 18 Do pfd. .. 68 50 63 102 ..67 135 37 26 90 119 . 29 112 18 68 16 33 22 84 15 132 29 20 139 36 100 21 11 21 16 41 48 . ' 61 101 , 67 132 86 25 ,90 -118 ' 29 110 17 67 16 32 22 83 15 130 28 20 138 36 100 21 11 19 16 39 Jttock Isl cm 16 Do nfd 33 Rubber . . 22 83 15 132 South Pac. So Rv cm. St. Paul.. St L&SF2dDf 29 Texas Pac 201 union Pac 139 U S Steel.. 36 Do pfd... Vire Chem .100 21 Wabash cm. 11 Do pfd 19 Wis Cen -cm 16 Do Dfd... 894 West Union. 51 COTTON MARKET. Month Open July ...883 Auk. ...873 Sept .. Oct. ...868 High 911 899 895 Low 876 876 862 Close 810-11 883 891-94 833-95 GRAIN M PROVISION MARKET High Low 83 82 127 127 36 36 63 61 73 72 62 50 39 38 20 20 88 87 85 85 47 46 38" 38 23 21 23 26 30 30 28 28 156 155 26 26 22 22 58 57 34 33 19 18 34 33 24 24 129 128 58 57 24 . 24 107 107 28 , '27 Month Open High Low Close 102 103 102 102 July ..8990 90 89 90b Sept ..85 86 85 86b Corn May ..71 74 . .71 73 b July ..64 - 64, 64 - 64b Sept ..6263 63 62 63a Oats May ..54 55 64 55 July ..47 47 46 47 July ..37 37 36 37 37 Pork May . . 1340n July ..1350 1360 1345 1360a Sept ..1370 1382 1370 1382 Lard May .. 845 840 845n July ..847b 852 845 852 Sept ..867 870 862 870 Ribs May .. 707 July ..725-27 732 725 732 Sept ..760b 755 747 755b PRODUCE MARKETS. Butter Receipts, 4,121 tubs; cream ery, extra, 25c; price to retail dealers, 27c; prints, 28c; firsts, 2225c; sec onds, 20(;21c; dairies, extras, 24c; fancy, 22c; seconds, 18c; ladles. No. 1, 18c; packing Ftock, 16c. Eggs Receipts, 25,238 cases; miscel laneous lots, cases returned, 13 c; 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, 15 c; extra, specially packed for city trade and must be 90 per cent fresh, 16c. Potatoes Receipts, 23 cars; choice to fancy, 7375c; fair to good, 6570c. Veal Quotations for calves in good order were as follows: 50 to 6fr lbs weight, 6&)5c; 60 to 80 lbs, 67c; 80 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, f3.00 6.50 per doz; roosters, 7c; geese, $4.00 6.00; ducks, 11 c. .Fruit Apples, $2.00 g 5.00 per brl; 50c CI $2.25 per bu; bananas, jumbo, per bunch, $1.60; straight, $1.15 fr 1.40; culls, &0c$1.15; bouquets, 7090c; lemons, $2.00 2.25; oranges, $2.75'3.00; grape fruit, $3.004.50; pineapples, $1.75 $5.25 per crate. -, Berries Strawberries, 50c 81.85 per 24-pt case; $1.002.50 per 24-qt case. Beans Pea beans. hand picked, choice, $2.5002.55; common, $2.403.45; red kidney, $1.701.80; lower grades, depending on quality, 1.25g1.50; brown Swedish, $1.95 2.00; off grades, $1.251.60; limas, California, per 100 lbs, $5.255.60. Green vegetables Asparagus, $1.00g) 2.00 per box; beets, $2.003.2o per brl; cabbage, 50c$2.25 per crate; carrots, 6075c per box; cauliflower, $2.00 per box; celery, $4.50 per crate; cucum bers, 1575c per doz; eggplant, 25&60c per box; garlic, 56c per lb; green onions, 25(&60c per box; green peas, $1.752.00 per- box; horseradish, 65c per bunch; lettuce, $2.003.00 per brl; leaf, 1012c per crate; mushrooms, 3560c per box; peppers, $2.504.50 per crate; parsley, 1015c per doz; pieplant, 40 75c per box; radishes, home grown, 1535c per doz; string beans, green, 75c$1.50 per box; wax, 50c$1.25; onions, $1.15 per bu; spin ach, $1.502.50 per brl; tomatoes, $1.50 &2.50 per crate; turnips, 60Q!75c per sack; watercress, 10c per doz. LIVE . STOCK MARKETS. Union Stock Yards, May 7.-Hog re ceipts, 23,000; left over, 6,000; market slow. Light, $5.30 to 5.67; mixed, $5.35 to 5.70; heavy. $5.30 to 5.70; rough, $5.30 to 5.45. Cattle receipts, 8,000; market steady. Sheep receipts, 13,000; market steady. Hogs Omaha 13,000 Kansas City ...17,000 Cattle Sheep 6,000 2,000 7,000 6,000 Union Stock Yards, May 7. Hogs close 5c lower. Light and heavy, $5.25 to 5.65; mixed, $5.30 to 5.65; rough, $5.25 to 5.40. Cattle steady. Sheep weak. LI VERP 0 OL MARtEET. Liverpool, May 7. Wheat opened to d lower; corn opened unchanged. Liverpool, May 7. Wheat closed 'a to aa lower; changed. corn closed ,un- Special Wire to The TIMES GIIAIN MARKET. Chicago, May 7. Carlots today: Wheat, 19 cars; corn, 90 cars; oats, 116 cars; hogs, 23,000 head. Chicago, May 7. Clearances today: Wheat and flour, 315,000; corn, 87,000; pats, 2,000. Southwestern Markets. Receipts. Ship. Wheat, today 38,000 17,000 . Last year 30,000 24,000 Kansas City, today 32,000 28,000 Last year 34,000 69,000 Primary Markets. Receipts. Ship. Wheat, today 262,000 652,000 Last week 291,000 329,000 Last year 578,006 358,000 Corn, today ,.289,000 278,000 Last week , 246,000 355,000 Last year 359,000 571,000 Xorthwest Cars. This week Last week Last Yr. Duluth 30 9 124 Minneapolis ..94 141 273 Chicago 19 8 25 WEATHER FORECAST. Nebraska and Kansas Fair tonight and Friday; rising temperature. Minnesota Fair tonight and Friday; light frost tonight with colder north west and sov.th Friday. Lower Michigan Rain tonight, Fri day partly cloudy; continued cool. Wisconsin Partly cloudy and colder tonight with rain east and frost west; Friday fair, slowly rising tempera ture. Montana Partly cloudy with prob ably showers west tonight or Friday; moderate temperature. Iowa Fair tonight and Friday; light frost tonight; rising temperature Jtrl- day. Dakotas Fair tonight and Friday; warmer tonight and east Friday. Illinois Generally fair tonight and Friday,, preceded by rain extreme northeast tonight; continued cool fol lowed by slowly rising temperature. Indiana Threatening tonight with rain east and north; Friday fair, slow' ly rising temperature. Missouri Fair tonight and Friday possibly light frost tonight; rising temperature Friday. HEARD ON THE BOURSE. Ware & Leland There is a firm un dertone to the market and on further declines believe in buying July wheat Logan We would place buying or ders to catch the market on such dips as that of yesterday. Price-Current Winter wheat condl tions not so generally favorable but no material prejudice to outlook with favorable weather. Oats acreage prob ably curtailed by rain. Cprn plowing retarded. Barrell Wheat market appeared badly strained at the close and it looks as if some further set-back in prices would be had. Bartlett With the steady business in new wheat for export and the buy ing of the delivery here an oversold condition may very easily develop. Miller Stocks are both cheap and low and should be bought at every favorable opportunity. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS EAST CHICAGO. Lot 5, block 15. subdivision SW 28-37- 9. East Chicago Co. to John Szur , $ 175 Lot 25, block 14, subdivision SW 28-37-9, East Chicago Co. to Steve Nagy Lot 45, block 25, subdivision SW 29-37-9, East Chicago Co. to Paul Tolandis GRIFFITH. Lot 21 to 24, block 7. W. H. Stiv er's subdivision, Minda M. Rig- gle to Sarah C. Martin GARY. Lot 41, block 35, Gary Land So.'s first subdivision, Gary Land Co. 175 750 100 to Louis Dubetz 1,920 Lot 55, block 5, Lincoln FarK ad dition, United States Land Co. to Paul Fadlevlc GLEN PARK. Lots 2 and 3, block 14, C. J. Wil liam's addition, Charles J. Wil liam's to Gust Rhoden LEROY. Lots 66 and 57, Samuel A. Love to Charles II. Burge HAMMOND. Lot 45, block 4, Birkhoff's addi tion, Englehardt Ullrich to 50 150 John Hipsher 1,300 Lots 10 and 11, block 4, Stafford & Trankle's addition. Edwin J. Campbell to David Nichols 1,050 Lot 37, E lot 38, block 4, Jbiast Lawn addition. Ullrich & Black- mun to Charles Thrailkill INDIANA HARBOR. Lot 18, block 16. in second addi tion. East Chicago Co. to Geo. C. Cuinmings WHITING. Lots 40 and 41, block 3, For pythe's third addition, Rebecca West to George Robbins Section 4-32-9 W 40 acres off S side of N 50 acres of NW , William P. Brannon to George R. Brannon 400 32? 3,500 In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record six mortgages, five releases and four miscellaneous instruments. MONEY L.OAISED on good security such as Furniture, Pianos and other personal property QUIETLY and QUICKLY. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO 9138-40 Commercial Ave. South Chicago , Room 2(0. Tel. So. Chicago 104 Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday evening until f P. M. ZZ3 DOST BOIL THE WATER. Boiling and distilling water removes the oxygen and makes It flat. Indigest ible, and unhealthful. Filtering only takes out a very small 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 ycjr door from Knotts mineral and pvre water springs, Porter, Ind. Send card with name and address to W. F. Cox, Porter. Ind., or call up phone 1SS Hammond, and we will do the rest. CLASSIFIED male: help wasted. WANTED Agents; $10 per day for the next two months easily made selling our fireworks to the trade. We want a good lively salesman in every county to sell our goods. Can be handled as a side line. Address C. M., Lake Coun ty nmes. 7-s FEMALE HELP WASTED, . WANTED Strong girl for general housework: must sleep at home: two in family; $3 per week. Telephone 5242 or call at 44 Warre,n street, sec ond flat. 7-tf WANTED Competent girl for general housework. Apply 64S South non- man street; phone 2711. 6-3 FOll SAI.K. FOR SALE Two iron beds, cheap. Ad dress Mrs. Donley. " 7-6 FOR SALE Four horse power motor boat, cheap; first class condition; good reason for selling. Apply Ed Dol ton, 55 East 77th street, South Chicago. b-tl FOR SALE A saloon at corner of bibley and Hohman, by May 9. For particulars see Frank Young at above location. 2-6 FOR SALE Rubber tired bus, cheap. InmiirA a t Vila nlrGmith ohnn at Tjika Station, Ind. 28-tf 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 fateel addition: can be bought at low price, cash; owner must sell. Address y. 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. iu Ogden street. 4-13-tf FOR SALJil Few choice cottages and lots in best location In city; cash or easy payments. Phone 3244 or call 21 J 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 $1,600; easy terms. The Hammond-Gary Realty Cos, 1-4-tf FOR SALE Large rooming house. 86 x 22; steam heated; a good investment The Hammond-Gary Realty Co, 181 tio. Hohman street. 1-4-tf WANTED TO BUT. WANTED Modern eight root house; mii.t h, rheon ffti o.aah- AD.NlV Bat R-46. Lake Ccunty Times. l-C-tl WANTED The best hotfse that eigh teen hundred dollars will buy; one- half cash. Box Q-40, Lake County Times. 1-4-tI WANTED I will buy good saloon for cash. A. B. Mann, 127 South Hob man. 1-4-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Four nice unfurnished rooms and two furnished rooms. Phone 3203. 301 Chicago avenue. 7-6 FOR RENT At Cheltenham, very con veniently located 5 room flats; $12.50; with gas and bath. Apply Washburn & Tiffiny, 79th street and Cheltenham place. South Chicago. 6-tf 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. 6-5 FOR RENT AT GARY, IND. One front office, clean, modern furnished, sing le rooms, front entrance, over store; quiet surroundings. 1526 Broadway, Gary, Ind. 6-4 FOR RENT Six room brick flat; mod ern improvements. Apply 10 War ren street. 5-tf FOR RENT Small business room, 260 State street; opposite E. C. Minas Dept. store. Address I. J. Sutton, Por ter, Ind. 5-2 FOR RENT Finest 8 room brick flat on south side new, modern, hot wa ter heat rent cheap. Llpman, 5 Will; lams street. 4-5 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 WANTED TO RENT. WANTED To rent barn for wagon and three horses. 338 Indiana avenue. -3 LOST AND FOUND LOST Sunday, an undressed kid glove for left hand. Please return to Times office. 4-tf PERSONAL. 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 Does your sewing machine need re pairing? If so, call up C. F. Miller, the sewing machine expert. 241 East State street; phone 2601. BARTER AND EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE An auto or horse and buggy for a house and lot. Ad dress L L, Lake County Times. 7 FOR EXCHANGE Buff Rock pullets and cockerels for White Leghorn hens or pullets; Buff Rock pullets all laying. Address L O., Lake County Times. 7 FOR EXCHANGE One five gallon coffee urn and restaurant dishes for what? Address L. B.. . Lake County Times. 28 NOTICES. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Toleston, Calumet Township, Lake is a male inhabitant more than twenty one (21) years of age, a resident of said Town and Township and not in the habit of becoming intoxicated; that he has been a continuous resident of said Township for more than ninety (90) days last past; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, State of Indiana, at their regular June Term, 1908, for a license to sell intoxicating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and permit the same to be drunk on the premises where sold; that he will also ask permission to sell tobacco, soft drinks and lunch in connection therewith; and that the premises where he desires - to sell said intoxicating liquors is described as follows, to-wit: Lot 13 in that part of Toleston lying in the NE of section 8, Township 36 N.. range 8 West of 2nd P. M.. in Lake County, Indiana. Said barroom lies immediately west of P. F. W. & M. C. R. R. station. Room 35x22. Front entrance and side entrance from north, rear entrance from west dining room. Four'windows in front and two on north Side. .7 CHARLES W. SMITH. WANT : ADS. . LICENSE NOTICE. ' Notice is hereby given to the citi sens of Hessville. North Township, Lake County, Indiana: That the undersigned is a male inhabitant more than twenty one (21) years of age. a resident of said Town and Township and not in the habit of becoming intoxicated; that he has been a continuous resident of salJ Township for more than ninety (90) days last past; that h will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, State of Indiana, at their regular June Term, 1908, for a. license to sell intoxicating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and permit the same to be drunk on the premises where sold; that he will also ask permission to sell tobacco, soit drinks and lunch In connection therewith; and that the premises where he desires to sell said intoxicating liquors is described as follows, to-wit: On the 'south three-fourths of the ground floor, 28x30 feet, of a two-story ullding located on a part of NW section 9, township, 36, range 9 west, commencing at the center of said sec tions as marked and established, thence north 161 feet, thence west 15 chains, thence south 161 feet to the south line of said quarter section, thence east 15 chains to the place of beginning in Hessville. There are living rooms in the rear of the above described room in Hessville, North township. Lake County, Indiana 7 THOMAS F. GORMAN. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of East Chicago, North Township, Lake County, Indiana: That the undersigned is a male inhabitant more than twenty one (21) years of age, a resident of said Town and Township and not in the habit of becoming intoxicated; that he has been a continuous resident of said Township for more than ninety (yO) days last past; that he will apply to the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, State of Indiana, at their regular June Term, 1908, for a license to sell intoxicating liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time and permit the same to be drunk on the premises where sold; that he will also ask permission to sell tobacco, soft drinks and lunch in connection therewith; and that the premises where he desires, to sell said intoxicating liquors Is described as folfows, to-wit: The ground floor front room of the one-story frame building, situated on lot 12, block 3, Morris addition to Ham mond, Ind. Living rooms in rear. 7 Signed, KAZMIR PAWLACK. 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 ciocit p. m. at the office of W. B van iiorne. second floor of the new Indiana Harbor State Bank building at tne 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 tne highest bidder. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 1st day of May, 1908. W. B. VAN HORNE, 6-4 Receiver. IP YOU HAVE TIME TURN TO PAGE 7 AND READ THE WANT ADS. IT WILL PAY YOU. VlUAAAAMAlliliillliiiii I The Captain of the Kansas: By LOUIS TRACY. Author of "The Wings of (he Morning," "The Pillw of Litfht." Etc Copyrlght, 1906. by Edward J. CI ode. TVT VTTVTTTVTTTTVTTTTTTTT "Please go on. Tell me all. You shall hear my story afterward.". "WelL I jumped up, and Joey nearly fell into the crater with delight was Jnst In time to save Suarez from being shot. Luckily he was a Ion, way behind the dog, and I recognized his makeup." Though Courtenay did not allow ten -seconds to pass without a glance at the charming face by his side, he nev ertheless had a sharp eye for events elsewhere. He saw smoke rising from the funnel of the ship. A line of flags dancing from the foremast told him that Boyle had discovered them as soon as they were clear of the deep shadow of Guanaco hill. But there were aniious moments yet in store. A fleet of canoes put oil from Otter creek. There was every prospect of a fight before they reached their fortress. They had a long two miles to travel, and the Indians could attack them ere they covered half the distance. A long blare from the ship's siren thrilled their hearts, but the excite ment became frantic when three short, sharp blasts followed, and every sailor knew that the chief officer had sig naled, "My engines are going full speed astern." That was a pardonable exaggera tion, but the Kansas was certainly moving. They could see the white foam churned up by her propeller. With one accord they cheered madly, and the oars, double handed now, tore the lifeboat onward at a pace which outstripped even the shallow canoes. Then the Indians did a wise thing. They spared many of their own lives and perchance others of greater value to the world by ceasing to paddle. The unlooked for interference of the great vessel was too much for them. They merely stared and cackled in amaze, while the small flotilla dashed toward the towering black hull, and Boyle lowered the gangway In readiness to receive the captain, his bride elect and a good half of the passengers and crew. Courtenay lost not an instant of fa voring tide and fine weather. .JYhen Boyle told him that Walker could work the engines under easy steam, he dashed up to the bridge three steps at a time. With his hand on the tele graph he superintended the hoisting on board of the lifeboat and two of the canoes, which he meant to arry away as trophies be sure that Elsie's own special craft was one of them. Mean while Boyle saw to the safe stowing In the remaining canoes of the wounded Indians in the fore cabin, and a few furnace bars attached to a rope an chored them la midchanjiel whence TO THE An Invitation is extended to the 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. ERICSON, G, J. BADER, " Cashier. Ni. i. iii uj ipiminni i j.,u,imu n . uy ,1, iiiuun.umuyi-uiuii.i, ' , 1- n. n m iui. f" inrirtmrrV -xf---- -r. -.j Ji. .rJtri i....."- ; t GARY MODERN EQUIPMENT EUROPEAN PLAN I GEORGE O'DOMMELL j MANAGER A IND GARY, - 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 IO. THE HAMMOND Distilling b,.o; DAILY CAPACITY 25,000 GALLONS. their friends could bring them to shore later.' At last the captain of the Kansas had the supreme satisfaction of hear ing the clang of the electric bell In the engine room as he put the telegraph lever successively to "Stand by" and "Slow ahead." Gradually the ship crept north, gaining way as the en gines Increased their stroke and tha full body of the ebb tide made Its vol ume felt Round swung the Kansas to i the west just as the sun cleared the highest peak of the unknown moun tains, now good it was to feel the steady thrust of the pistons, the long roll of the ship over the swell! But best of all was it to hear E'liJ tell how Dr. Christobal had handed her a bulky packet la which she found Courtenay's words of farewell, together with those wonderful letters which fate had held back from her twice already. They were only glowing epistles from the hundreds of passen- j gers on the Florida, but six of them were proposals from enthusiastic la dies, all well dowered and eager to give their charms and their-cash to the safe keeping of the man who had saved their lives. It was with refer ence to some joking comment by Cour tenay on these missives that his sister wrote to congratulate him on having escaped matrimony under such condi tions. Long before noon the Kansas clear ed White Horse island. Thenceforth the run was due south until eight bells, when for the second time within a fortnight the captain set the course south-40-east. Elsie noted that Count Edouard de Foincilit dined with the rest sitting beside Isobel. Courtenay out in an an pearance later to partake of a hasty meal. He gave monsieur a black look, but of course, catching Elsie's eye in stantly, he meekly sat down and said nothing nothing, that is, of an un pleasant nature. Crawling quietly into the strait of Magellan at daybreak, the ship put forth her best efforts in the run through the narrows. Passing Cape San Isldro, she signaled her name, and it was easy to see the commotion created by her appearance. A real furore began when she approached Sandy point A steam launch puffed eft hastily from the side of a Chilean warship, and the commander brought the news that he had been sent specially from Coronel to search the western coast line thor oughly for the Kansas. He was about to return that day to report his failure to discover any trace of the missing vessel, and he listened in amaze while Christobal gave him a succinct history of the ship's doings. At the end Courtenay presented him with a photograph of Elsie's chart to which many additions had been made by her under her lover's directions. The position of the shoal and of Pillar rock, together with the set of the tidal current, was clearly shown, and it Is probable that Good Hope Inlet not PILJBLJG. In I - V President. T F I .1 tl M 12-4) a PROPRIETOR IISDIATVA J3 147 S. Hohman St. withstanding Its dangerous approach, will be thoroughly surveyed one of these days. Then perhaps more may be heard of those lumps of silver and copper ore which the savages hurled at the Kansas. The cruiser hurried away under forced draft to report from Coronel, the nearest cable station. Thence she would go to Valparaiso, so she carried a sheaf of letters and one passenger, Frascuelo. Finding that he could not execute the needed repairs at Sandy point Courtenay decided to make for Montevideo, where he would be in tele graphic communication with Mr. Bar ing. He was fortunate in finding a shipwrecked crew on shore awaiting transport to England. He secured a full complement of ofBcers and engi neers, and the Kansas reached tho chief port of Uruguay without any dif ficulty. A sack load of telegrams awaited tho ship. The Chilean man-of-war put into Valparaiso, after calling at Coronel. nearly three days before the Kansas dropped anchor on the east coat; hence there was time for things to happen, and they seized the opportunity. The copper market had turned itself inside out. The firm of Baring, Thompson, Miguel & Co. had rebounded from com parative ruin to a stronger financial state than ever, and Senor Pedro Ven tana, after shooting a man named Jose Anacleto, had considerately shot himself. Evidently Frascuelo lost no time when he went ashore. Mr. Bar ing, too, reported that the dynamite wrapper had been traced to Ventana'a possession. When Isobel Earing heard this final Item she fainted so badly that Dr. Christobal thought It advisable she should be taken to a hotel while the ship remained in port, but she vetoed this proposal determinedly when she recovered her senses and straightway confessed to Elsie that Ventana was her husband. She had foolishly agreed to marry him privately, and Anacleto had witnessed the ceremony. Wlthia 1 raontn she regretted her choice. There were quarrels and threats. Ultimately an agreement was made that they should separate. Her father knew and approved of the arrangement He could not afford to break openly with Ventana, and It must have been a dreadful shock to him when he learned that the scoundrel had plotted not only to destroy the ship, but to murder his wife at the same time. XT t CaotxnueL2 . England. It is recorded that Philip IL of Spain, in the reign of Queen Eliza beth, took a small map of the world, laid his little finger upon the tiny spot of England and, having thus obliter ated it asked where England was. It was nowhere then. But by contrast it is everywhere now. It Is the largest empire that now exist3 or that ever has existed. Lord Curzon. JJ HO