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Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1908.
THE TIMES. LiKWra ;i,ni 6UiliP m reeks p 500-502 HAMMOND BLOCK HAMMOND, INDIANA Stocks Latest Events In the Markets PROVISIONS OHO. Special Wire to Tbe TIMES CLASSIFIED WANT ADS. HEN YOBK STOCK MARKET Announcement for 1908r9. OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE : President DR. VV. MAYES MARTIN, A. M. Secretary CHARLES HUGH LEECH, Ph. M.. L. L, B. Assistant Secretary FRED L. BARNETT, L. L. B. Dean of the Faculty HON. WILLIAM C. H. KEOUGH Attorney for the College HON.' J. Q. IBACH. The honor of your presence is requested at the OPENING EXERCISES OF THE COLLEGE on Wednesday evening, Sept. 16, 1908. 7:30 P.M. Several distinguished members of the Illinois and Indiana Bar will address the students upon this occasion. The College will also announce the complete list of the faculty. These exercises will be "held in the rC611ege Rooms, Hammond Building, Hammond, Indiana. . r ' The undergraduate Classes use as a Text Book the Complete Law Librarj prepared by the following'members of the Faculty of the Illinois College of LAW ALBERT H. PUTNEY, A. B. D. C. I.. YV. C. II. KEOIGH Public Corporations. GEORGE W. WARtEltE, I.I D. Abstracts. S1IELBV B. XEtTSOR, D.C L Agency Sales, Guaranty and Suretyship. HOX. CHARLES HUGHES Criminal Law aW Criminal Procedure. 1 AAHOJf HEIMS, tU B. Cede Pleading;': ' ' ' ' J J FREDERIC D. JORDAS, A. B LLi B. Partnership. JULIAN C. RYER Executor and Administrators. 1 COURSE OF STUDY Leading to the L. L. B. Decree JUNIOR YEAR. First Term i Introduction to the Study of Law. Contracts. Legal History. Agency. United States Constitutional Law. Torts. 1 State Constitutions. " '' . Sronnil Terms Statutory Construction. Personal Property. Damages. Patents. Domestic Relations. Copyrights. Bales. ' - lit'ai Property. Bailments. . - - Abstracts. - - Carriers. - Mining Law. SKMOIt YEAR. Equity Jurisprudence. Trusts. Partnership. Bills and Notes. Guaranty and Suretyship.., Insurance. Equity Pleading. Private Corporations. Public Corporations. "Jurisdiction of Federal , International Law; Conflict of Laws. First Term: Bankruptcy.' Criminal Law. . Criminal Procedure. Common Law Pleading. Evidence. Second Term: ' Wills. Executors and Administrators. Code Pleading. Courts and Federal Procedure. - ' Spanish American Law. Legal Ethics. POST GRADUATE COURSE. City is Inured in Filth and Ignores Any Attempt to Cleanliness; Less Than25Q Boxes in the Whole Com munity Few are Covered JURIES REPEATEDLY ACQUrrOFFEHDERS Street Commissioner John Kuhlman Says He Is Helpless to Remedy Ex isting Conditions Councilman Gets Bad Example Ordinance is Explicit. Open Atchison ... 8S -Am Kugar. .130 Am Car. 39 Am Copper. . 76 ft Am Smelt... iO Am Locom.. 45 Anaconda . . 45 V& B & 0 98 'i Brook R T. . 61 dies & O... 42 i C F & I... 8-4 i Canad Pac.171 Erie com. ... 29 Grt North. .134 111. Central.. 143 L & Nash... 1074 M K & T era 31 Mis Pac 54 V Nat Lead... 81 N Y Cent.. 1054 No. Pacific. .1404 Ont & W. .. 41 . Peoples Gas. 96 Pennsyl. . . .128 Reading ...134ft R I & S... 22ft Do pfd... 79 Rock Isl cm 18 Do pfd..: 3S So. Pacific. .107 St. Paul.... 189 Un. Pacific. 164 U S Steel... 45 Do - pfd. . .109 Money closed 1 per cent. Total sales, 909,800.' High Low Close as; 87 ai 1303 12SV 129 39 38 384 16 75 7b 90 88 SS 45 44 44 46 45 45 98 95 93 61 50 50 42 40 s, 40 84 32 33 172 171 171 29 28 28 134 132 132 143 141 141 107 106 106 31 30 30 55 64 64 81 77 77 106 104 104 141 138 i 138 42 39 39 96 94 95 124 123 123 186 183 133 22 22 22 80 79 79 18 18 18 84 33 33 108 105 105 139 137 138 165 162 162 -46 45 45 110 109 109 grain ind phon mm 7.35; mixed, $6.57.42; heavy, $6.65 ,7.45; rough. $6.65 6.85. "Cattle steady- to--shade lower; beeves, i $3.801 7.60; Texas, $3.50 5.00; western. i l3.20Si-5.85: stockers. $2.04.4o; cows, Il.70Si6.66. r Sheen steady; native. $2.255.45; western, $2.25 4. 25; lambs, - native, S2.2nifi5.70: western. S3.25(S5.80. Union Stock Yards Hogs close Zti 10c lower: estimated tomorrow, 21.000 head. Light, $6.60fi 7.32; mixed, $6.65 (U'7,37; heavy, $6.63i& 7.40; rough, $6.65 4i6.85. Cattle slow, generally 5c lower. Sheep steadv. ....... Hogs C"Utle Sheep Omaha ., 5.500 S.600 2,400 Kansas City.. 14, 000 - 17.000 10,000 Chicago 20,000 22,000 28,000 GRAIN MAEKET. Chicago, Sept. 16. Carlots today: Wheat, 52, 8. 53; corn, 203, 58, 187; oats, 197, 10 168. Chicago Sept. 16. Estimates tomor row: "Wheat, 53 cars; com, 291 cars oats. 278 cars.- Chicago, Sept 16. Clearances today: Wheat and flour, 678,000 bu; corn, 620 mi; oats,' 40 bu. 1 Northwest Cars. This wk Last wk Last Yr. Duluth 650 412 168 MinneaDolis .651 - 430 103 Chicago 52 172 35 Primary Market. Receipts. Ship. Wheat, today 1,715,000 1,144,000 Last year ...... 2,047,000 930,000 Last year 1,270,000 820.000 Corn, today . 624.000 530,000 Last week 588.000 460,000 Last year ....4.1,920,000 905,000 KiXB HELP WASTED. . ROOMERS WAXTED. is?. gr a .& 'as WAXTrn Married man" for steady po- ) WANTED-Lfuiy roomer; middle-aged sition as collector must live on lady or on employed; rent free; SouhSidt be wCeenr,69Th St. arid city wanted " SWlon f.r Wy-who 1. limits south; $12 week and a good com- Address X. ., Lake County mission besides. Call rooms 1 and 2, J-imes. - . . . la-- Union Bank BWlg.. corner 92nd St. and .... ; ' Erie avenue. South Chicago. Entrance BOARD AXD ROQ3I. on Erie avenue. - 15-3 i WANTED Blacksmith : man, good horseshoer maker: must be sober. hoeven. Highlands,- Ind. all around ami wagon ; O Villi . " ' - ' ' - . .. . ie-tf FEMALE HELP WAKTKDV W'AKTEn niri for eeneral house work. Apply 36 Clinton bt. 16-4 WANTED Young girl to assist in housework and help care of child. 1111 Beacon street, East Chicago; tele nhonp 791 - ' Hammond has more than 3,500 houses, less than S50 garbage boxes and less than fifty of these are" without covers. That Hammond is one of the filthiest t otitis In that state on account of the garbags, Is proven by the above figures. They are facts and undisputable. A city that will stand for such condi tions, will not feel asjiamed when the truth is told and with a sentiment pre vailing by which juries permit violators of the ordinance to go free, there seems to be no remedy in sight. i;ven should the city dip into the general fund and provide a garbage box for each family It is hard to say whether Hammond would be a clean city then. Hammond seems to have a class of people that don't care, and judging from the num ber of garbage boxes that are main tained, the majority enjoy filth and dirt. They like to pass the entrances of alleys ani receive a killing stench in their nosS-ils. They like to go to bed at night and have the night air' softly waft the ' fragrant smell of decaying corn beef and cabbage through the open window. Perhaps that's where Hammond gets its inspiration from In the way of inaugurating big " move iTnehts.'Perbaps that's what ' its bus! ness men's club thrives on. ' Street Commissioner Helpless. John Kuhlman, street commissioner, held up his hands when seen by a TfMfis reporter in his office this morning. "What are you going to do, Mr. Kuhl Month Open Wheat Sept ..100 Dec ..99 May ..102 Corn Sept ..79-79 Dec. ..68-67 May ..66- Oats Sept . .48 Dec. ..49- May -.62- Pork- Sept ..1502 Jan. ..1695-90 Oct. ..1517 Lard ' Sept ..992 Jan. ..98a Oct. ..1010 Ribs Sept . .960 Jan. ..885-87 Oct. ..965 High ' Low 101 101 103 99 99 .101 Close 101 101 103- phone 791. WANTED---Middle-aged housekeeper. Address street. woman as 117 W. State 15-tf WANTED Good girl for general housework. Mrs. J. S. Steiiacy, boos Commonwealth avenue, Indiana Har bor. Lil4 WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral housework. Zl rionnmn. 1- WANTED Good girl tor - .- general housework. Inquire 26 saouui nun- nan street. 9-tf ' SITUATION WANTED. WANTED Position as housekeeper, by middle-aged woman. Appiy . " State street. ' FOR RAMC FOR SALE 18-foot sloop rigged yacht, with equipment, $76. Adaressv Tdeesdale, ast Chicago, general livery. H de- 16-3 79 78 79b 68 66 67s 66 65 66 48 48 48b 49 49 49S 52 .51 51S 1505 1495 1495 1695 1665 1672 1517 1495 1502b 997 992 995 987 985 982 1010 997 1000 i 960 955 955 887 875 877-80 967 955-57 957 H. S. Voorheis, Broker In Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Cotton and other Secnrfctle. Stock Quo-' tations Received by Ticker Service. Direct Wire to Chicago and the Easi. ROOM 4 1 4 HAMMOND BLDC Phone 3641 LIVERPOOL MARKET. Liverpool, Sept. 16. Wheat opened quiet, 'd- higher; corn opened quiet, unchanged. Liverpool, 1.30 p. m. Wheat, ld higher: corn, unchanged to d higher. Jjiverpooi Wheat closed i(g)ia higher; corn closed quiet, d higher. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS FOR SALE 18-foot sloop brig yacht, with equipment, $75. Address C. H. Tweesdale, East Chicago, general de Hverv. ' 16-3 ANTED Boarders' 1 and roomers; situated on new car line; handy for workmen from Oary. Call 732 North Hohman St. 15-6 WANTED Two gentleman boarders at 351 -Walter street; 5 minutes walk to Nickel Plate depot; privilege of bath. 15-2 xotices, . notice for coal dealers. The Board of Education. District 135. Cook County, 111., wishes to receive bids on coal for winter's supply, 1908-1909, delivered in lots 'not over 25 tons at one time to West Hammond Grammar school on Freeland avenue( coal not to be unloaded while' school is in ses sion). Bids for Sunday Creek, Hock ing lump to be sent to the under signed on or before Sept. 36, 8 o'clock P- FRED SIEGRIST. Secretary. 444 Stanton avenue. West Hammond. FOR SALE Shetland pony and buggy; safe for children to drive. rnune 3822. FOR SALE Two gasoline launches, cheap; 20 feet long; used tnree yearn, 4-horsepower Racine build. 22" feet long, used 5 years; Truscott build; 4 horsepower. Address C. E. Labady, Michigan City, - "' TOLESTON. Lot 1, block 20, g. T. L & I. Co.'s fifth addition. Joseph- Hanuly to Frank Isky .. .. ; .r.. $3,000, Lot 2, block 20, C. T. L. & 1. co.'s fifth addition. Rev. " Michael Biszaha to Frank Isky !... 2,000 Lots 14 and 17, block1 64, in sec ond Oak Park addition. William Delicath to Bernard P. Muller 600 Lot 17, block 54 in second Oak Park addition. Bernard P. Mul ler to Janos-Vorgo.. ...f 200 Lots 7 and 8, block 10, C T. L. & I. Co.'s fifth addition. Sela A. Smith to Pearl E. Love joy. . .... 400 Lot 1, block 5, Central Park ad- FOR SALE 6-year-old gray family horse; very gentle, weight aooui iiuu lbs; also hand-made buggy used only a shore time. Have no more use tor it and will sell both for $150. Address E. P., Lake County Times. FOR SALE Two national cash regis ters r one electric and check type - horsepower motor, used only one year; cost $500, and one $150 machine used two, years; will sell reasonaDie. muu Liquor House( 40 119th St.; Whiting. Ind. ... H-tf NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. -THE STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COUNTY. IN THE LAKH SUPER IOR COURT, SEPTEMBER TERM, 1908. JOSEPH CZERUCK p VS. ANY CZERUCK. CAUSE NO. 4890. AC TION TO DIVORCE. Now comes the plaintiff by Gustavo Heart, attorney, and files his complaint herein, together with an affidavit of a competent person, showing that the de fendant. Any Czeruck, is not resident of the State of Indiana. Said defendant is therefore hereby notified of the pendency of said action and that the same will, stand for trial at the next term ' of said Court, and that unless she appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause on the 9th day of November A. D. 1908, the same being the first day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held In the Lake Superior Court at Hammond, in said County and State on . the- second Monday- of No' vember A. D. 1908, said action will be heard and determined in her absence. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and affix the seal of said court, at Hammond, this 15th day of September A. D. 1908. ERNEST L. SHORTRIDGE, Clerk L. S. C, By Charles W. Ames,: - : Deputy Clerk. FOR SALE A number of pieces ol furniture anil household goods. Mrs. Adam Dorsch, J05 Indiana Blvd., B,ob ertsdale. 9- PRODUCE MARKET. Butter Receipts, 6,065 tubs; cream- man, in the way of providing garbage -t-. 23c; pricey boxes for Hammond?' he was asked. on-, ilnrto isu.- dairies, extra. 19c: "I serve notice on the person who is firsts, 18c; seconds, 17c; ladles, No.- 4, negligent. I give him a printed paper 1M:C; packing stock, 16 c. laneous lots, cases- returnea, los Leading to LL. M. Degree. Foundations of Legal Liability. Text Street's Foundation of Legal Liability. History of English Law. - Text Pollock and Maitland's History of English Law. Abstracts. .' Text Warvelle on Abstracts. Private Corporations. Text Wood on Modern Business Corporations. Constitutional Law. ,4 Text Putney on Constitutional Law and Judson on Interstate Commerce. Indiana Practice. Illinois Practice. DEGREES AXD DIPLOMAS, i The Lincoln and Jefferson College of Law is duly incorporated under the laws of the State of Indiana, and authorized to confer the appropriate Legal . pegrees. Tbe Degree of Bachelor of Law (LL. B.) will be conferred upon. those completing the Undergraduate Course. The Degree of Master of Law (LL. M.) will be conferred upon those completing the Post Graduate Course. A Diploma will also be granted those completing the Special Commercial Course. TERM OF STUDY. The Undergraduate Course will comprise two years. The work pf the . Junior and Senior Classes will each extend over a period of thirty-six weeks. The year's work will be divided into two terms of eighteen weeks. The'flrst term will begin the second Wednesday after the first Monday in' each September. The Recitations of the College are held oh Monday, 'Wednesday and Thursday Evenings. The students will be expected to attend two Recitations each even ing between the hours of 6:30 P.M.and 10 P. M. ' ' ' '. . PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. The Preparatory Course of the College will be held on Tuesday and Fri day Evenings. Those desiring to do special study along the lines of High School work should send for the special circular issued by this Department, which will be sent on application. " " "i" " 11 V- - ' COMMERCIAL, LAW COURSE. The attention of Business' Men Is called to the Special Commercial LaW Course given by the College. This work is intended for men who do not expect to take up the Law as a Profession.' ' " ' ' ' : ' tuiti6n. The tuition of the College is $60.00 per year. The Diploma fee for either the LL B. or LL. M. degree is $10.00. EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT. Hammond, Indiana, being a manufacturing center affords many oppor tunities for students to work their way through College. The College will aid Us students in obtaining employment. Mr. Charles H. Leech, Secretary of the College, will have full charge of this department and all persons Interested snouia WTlie io mm ue. COLLEGE CALENDAR. 190S. Wednesday, September 16. Thursday, September"'!". Thanksgiving Eye.' November, 25. Thursday, December 2 1909. Monday, January 4. Thursday, January 28. Monday, February 1. Lincoln Birthday, February 12. containing the ordinance." "And' if you find that you and your department are ignored, then what do you do?" ' ' "I do like I have always done. I do the best I can." "Why don't you have the negligent people arrested and prosecuted?" was further asked. "I have tried' that. The people of 16c; cases included, 1417c; ordin ary firsts, 19c; firsts, whitewood cases and must be 40 per cent fresh, 21c; prime firsts, packed in new whitewood cases and must De tu per cenr iresn, 22c; extra specially packed for the city- trade and must be so per cent iresn. 24c; No. 1 dirties, 16c; checks, 12c. Potatoes Receipts. b& cars; cnoice to fancy, 7375c; fair to good, 7072c. Sweet potatoes jerseys, z. i o a a.vv ditlon, Carrison J. Stewart to Silas B. Stewart GARY. Lot 37, block 59, Gary Land Co.'s first subdivision. Garv ' Land Co. to Gary Tribune Co .... 2,400 Lot 19, block 1, Lincoln Park ad dition. United States Land Co. to Martin Galoblc 135 Lots 19 to 28, block 9, South Tol eston subdivision, C. B. Amyx to Marguerite Frewert INDIANA HARBOR. Lot 12, block 11, in second ad dition. East Chicago Co. to Geo. Pihulic 290 NEW CHICAGO. Lots 6 and 7, block -7, in fourth addition. New Chicago Real Es tate & Investment Co. to Mi chael Bartosz : 300 HAMMOND. Lot 12, block 2,- Morris addition, JoseDh O. Morris to Louis H. Seifer '. 300 - " LIVERPOOL HEIGHTS. Lot 6, block- 1, Matthais' addi tion. New Chicago Real Estate & Investment Co. to RaDhael Javitz 50 Lot 6, block 1, Matthais' addition, Ranhael Javitz to - Abraham R. Fifer . 500 Lot 30, block 8, Matthais' addi tion, New Chicago Real Estate & Investment Co. to Harrv Kaufman 50 I WASTED TO BUT- - WANTED T6 buy iseoona "nand blcy- des- and frames: highest casn prices paid. 804 Sibley street. 29-tt -rati RESIT. FOR RENT Five room flat. Inquire 233 Freeland avenue. West Ham mond. 16-2 FOR RENT Three furnished' rooms upstairs.- five, rooms downstairs, for 1-irtiiBAlrar.1n0- rptlt . reasonable. 282 1.800 Michigan avenue. ,15-3 FOR" RENT Six-room flat; bath - and all conveniences; newly decorated In quire 300 Hoffman St. l-6eod FOR "RENT Two furnished' rooms for light - housekeeping. Apply 271 In diana avenue. - 15-3 State- of -Indianar County or Lake, sat Lake Superior Court, May Term;190S. Cause No. 4095. Henry Schrage vs. Silas Meehan, et al. 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 ht Crown Point, Indiana, on Sati urday, the 26th day of September, ltK8, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., the rents and profits for a period not exceeding weven years, of the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots 5 and 6 in block 3 in Stieglitz subdivision of the northeast of the southwest of section .17, township 37," north range ' 9 "west' of the second P. M. - .iL- v .. - ;,. -.,-.! i 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 accruing costs. ,; Said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. - i-r r. ,i Taken as the property of Silas Mee han, et al at the suit of Henrv Schrage. 'FRED S. CARTER, i. Sheriff, Lake -County, Indiana. F. N. Gavit, attorney for plaintiff. FOR RENT Six room fiat on E. State street; centrally located. Inquire 331 E. State street. 15-5 FOR RENT Furnished room with bath in private family, for lady. 2o8 Michigan avenue. - 14-6 FOR RENT Six room cottage. 213 Ann street. D. A. Pugh, 217 Ingra ham avenue, West Hammond.- 14-tf FOR RENT Eight-room - flat. Olcott avenue, East Chicago. 4925 14-3 Hammond are so inured to filth that in Por brl: Virginias, $1.752.00. six different cases that I brought before Lrle1 w?rrtasiX.ows:Cal5Ti?00lb juries have - the defendants been set weights. 7 7c; 60 to 80 lbs, free. The people of Hammond through! 80 to 100 lbs, 910c 8(g 9c; their juries, .have given me to under stand that they consider the ordinance a dead letter. AVants Hacking; For Crusade. "Are you willing to renew the agita tion, and depend upon the support 'of the better element," he was asked. Only too gladly would I start the crusade again, but I know it is of no avail. Should I start again I would soon feel the' hand from some protect ing alderman, to whom the culprit would appeal. It was only a short time ago that one of our ' aldermen had neither garbage nor manure box. I First Term begins Entrance Examinations junior Class Reception Christmas Recess begins First Term Work resumed E'irst Term ends . Second Term begins Inter-Collegiate Debate Illinois College of Law va. Lincoln-Jefferson College of- Law. Second Term ends Monday, May 31. Oratorical Contest - Wednesday, June 3. ' " graduating Exercises Thursday, June 3. Dressed beef No. 1 ribs, lc; No. 1 loins. 18c; No. 1 round, 8c; No. 1 chuck, 7c; No. 1 plate, 6c. Live poultry Turkeys, per lb, loftj' 18c; chickens, fowls, llllc; springs, 1414c; roosters, 7c; geese, $4.00 6.00; ducks, 10c. California green irult Plums, 5oc $1.60 per crate; nectarines, $1.05 per crate; peaches, 30(O)70c per box; pears, 65c$1.40 per box; grapes, 60c$2.15. Fruit Apples, i2.u!3.ou per on; sue $1.00 per bu; bananas, jumbo, per bunch, $1.101.40; culls, 60c$1.15; bouquets, 7590c; lemons, $3.25 4.25 ; oranges; S3.i05T4.5u; peacnes, iac $1.75 per bu; jbisuc per l-a du Das- ket; grapes, ll12c per 8-lb bas ket; petars, brls, $1.00 3.50; 75c$1.00 don't know whether he has either today ?eesPea. Dean hand ' picked. or not.' Mr. Kuhlman read the ordinance over again and continued: "The garbage question in Hammond is the .bane of my life. Hammond peo pie are not educated to that degree of cleanliness where garbage is nauseat ing to them. I have studied the prob lem in different cities and did not need to go out of Indiana to find different conditions than those that obtain in Hammond. Michigan City Clean In Michigan City, for instance the alleys are as clean as the streets. One does not even see a garbage box. Nor choice. $2.40; common, $2.002.10; red kidney, $2.00i2.15; lower grades, de pending on quality, $1.501.60; brown Swedish, $2.252.50; off grades, $1.75 2.00; llmas,' -California, per 100 lbs, 15.50. " ' . . Melons Gems, standard crates, ?a.ou ffJ2.75: Donr. $1. 0001.50; osage, per crate, 50c$1.00; watermelons,' $60. 00 $S0.00 per car. Berries Cranberries, per on, f.za$(j 7.50; boxes, $2.40. Green vegetables Beets, 7oc per box; cabbage, $1.25 per crate; carrots, $1.60 per box; cauliflower, 2oc$1.25 per box; celery, luvac per dox; cu cumbers, 25c$1.00 per box; garlic, 7c per lb; green onions, 67c per bunch; horseradish, 6070c per bunch; let tuce, head, tub, 75c; leaf, tub, 2540c; FOR RENT Furnished rooms and board if desired. 117 Douglas St. Also barn for rent. - 14-3 FOR RENT Five room cottage. In quire O. C. Trout, Hammond Realty Co., Hammond Bldg. ' 14-2 is it a question for the city to settle, mushrooms, 25 45c per lb; peppers, 60c The property owners maintain1 their H-29 Verte;prnjey 1012c per Z , - ' doz; string b?ans, green, Z5c per bu; own boxes and pay a man 2o cents a waXi $1.00 per sack; sweet corn, 15 wee"k to'haul it away twice a week.' 25c per sack; tomatoes, 4050c per Recentlv a woman that moved here box; turnips. 5c&$1.5 per sack; wa tercress, 25 35c per basket. LIVE STOCK MARKET, from South Bend said to me, 'I can't understand your system. No garbage boxes obsruct the South Bend .lleys. Instead each family has a covered box in their own yard which is emptied twice a week and they pay the wagon driver. The result Is that we never heard of such a bother as you people have age.' Ordinance Is Explicit The ordinance relative the maintain ance of garbage boxes and the disposal of garbage is explicit and provides for a $25 'fine for its violation. The" first section provides for the placing of" the of their own garbage at their own ex- Union Stock Y'ards, Sept. 16 Hogs, 20,000 head; left over, 4,876; market slow to 5c lower. Light, $6.6o7.35; mixed. $6.657.42; heavy, $6.657.45; jn Hammond with your garp-l rough, Jb.buttb.sa. Cattle receipts, zz.uuu; market weak to shade lower. Sheep receipts, 28,000; market steady. Union' Stock Yards, 9 a. m. Hogs slow, mostly 5c lower; estimated for tomorrow, 19.000 head. Light, $6.6d garbage in "a 'box and - prohibits the throwing of garbage into the alley. The second and third sections read as fol lows:" - " - Sec. ?. The said city shall systemat ically collect, remove or dispose of the garbage of all cities, who shall 1 pense,' and Ina sanitary manner. Sec. 3. Said garbage vessels shall be of wood or metal, holding not less than ten' nor more than twenty gallons. Each vessel shall .be "provided with handles. and with a lid or cover, and shall be constantly covered, and said vessels ' W'hy not let us advance you enough money to pay all your 6maH bills? Then you will have only one pay ment to make once & month. Instead of three or four, and besides It will keep your credit good where you trade. , . ;. -. We advance money in any amount on Pianos, Furniture, Horses. Wag ons, etc.. and leave them in your possession. The payment can be adjusted to suit your income 'and yoii- get a rebate if 'you pay your account be fore it is due. We transact business In a strictly confidential manner and will be glad to explain anythfngyou do not-un-derstand. - - - HAMMOND LOAN & GUARANTEE CO. 14S So. Hohman St. Open Monday, Tuesday and Satur day evenings. ' ' Phone 237. FOR RENT Or will sell the furniture In a 7-room flat; all modern con veniences. 252 S. Hohman St. 14-3 FOR RENT We have eight very de sirable 5-room cottages on Park avenue, Burnham, 111., adjacent to the plant of the Western Steel car & Foundry Co.; very reasonable rent. Apply to Wm. Guthrldge, agent, 201 Central avenue, Burnham, 111.- 11-lm LOT AND FOUND LOST Last Wednesday, bay mare; white spot on forehead, right fore leg slightly Ftlff, weight about 1300 lbs. Return to Andrew Fuzy, East Chi cago. . 16-3 LOST Sunday, bay horse; strap around neck with chain; tied out east or Columbia avenue. W. A. Dlbblee, 626 Indiana. - - 15-2 FOUND Lady's ' watch in Whiting. Owner can have same by paying ior this advertisement. Apply at 120 Har rison avenue, Robertsdale. 15-2 . - SHERIFF'S SALE. -State of Indiana, County of Lake, ss: Leopold Sonnenschein vs. ..-Millie Marawick. - - By virtue of an execution on tran script to be directed from the Cletk of the -Lake Circuit Court, I will expos to-public sale to the highest bidder for cash In hand, at the east door-of the Court House-in Crown Point, Indiana, on Saturday, the 26th day of September, 1908, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., the rents and profits for a period not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot 22, block 1, Morris addition to Hammond, 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 suffi cient to satisfy said judgment. Inter est, costs and accruing costs. Said sale will be made with relief from valuation or appraisement laws'. Taken as the property of Millie Marawick at the suit of Leopold Son nenschein. , .... FRED S. CARTER, Sheriff, Lake County, Indiana. BARTER AND EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE Coles hot "blast - heater for" base burner, or to sell. Address G-393. Times. - , 14 Sect Equipped "Repair Snop In Ufe StaU 0. W. HBHTEB AUTOMOBHE GABAGE Compreaed Air FREE uowier oaaoune system tl S. HOHMAN STREET Phone 111. Huehn Bl0ck.HammoadtIaa. FOUND Lady's gold watch. Owner can have same by paying tor tnis ad. Apply at 193 State Line St. 10-tf MISCELLANEOUS. ' LADIES' DRESSMAKING OR TAILOR- lng Mrs. M. Watt. 76 Plummer ave nue, dressmaking and tailoring neatly done. Prices reasonable. Call or tele phone 2323. ' ' 15-3 MADAM CASTELLO, clairvoyant" read ing, past and future, giving points on business and love affairs. 832 Mor ton avenue. South Hohman car to door. BE A BUSY BUZZY BOOSTER and ad vertise with the Busv Booster club NEW SYSTEM of advertising. Par ticulars for stamp, or call at 244 Sibley street, Hammond, Ind. - : 14-3 NOTICE Dressmaking and tailoring suits a specialty. 53 Russell St. 14-6 "Don't Swap Horses in Mid-Stream'- ' If you have anything itol swap tell the Lake County Times' readers through the J3arter and Exchanges. Each answer you get costs you two cents. Can you afford it ? faithfully comply with all the provis- shall be painted blue on the outside1 ions of this ordinance; but all persons. who shall fail or refuse to faithfully tomply with all provisions of this ordi. pance shall promptly remove or dispose i with the number of the hause to which ! the vessle belongs painted in white t thereon, the figures not less than hree' Inches in length. 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