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Vrirlnv. Julv 13. 1017.
THE TIMES PAGE ELEVEis Classified Advertisements NOTICE Hereafter no classified a4 JtVzi fca accepted over teiept-ona hat person bas a- taleviion au furaishe. us wUli the corract jiu" ber of sains at tuna of pUciarf a All persons clacin a75" u ments With ns ot phone -.T; at the olfice nJ pay tot J la Ore days. Otfcrwt chairs of TEN wOl 08 xuw" for COLLECTIKO'. ,tt by The best jrrtce con a1.? bringing- your lidverti.emont to u office and pay for same a l-ul placing the ailsertis anient. LASE COUNTY ASD gtJHXJiSHrNSi CO. Wanted Male Help. to New York, Oh o. low, M-.. ';.. AVyo., Colo So. D.ik.. . M.nt. and Wash. Kr; H-H. wunt farm .nana 'i -" Aoncy. iVwh avJ.. Gary ind. 6. -0:1m 100-LABORFT.S VANTED-100 mil J.rn-eh i SSSSSSTS" w : JrVa7WU vwcemcnt. Apply &t om,o, 7.gtf ix- vti'T) Thawfeur: mast be ,txl i . . A YneS hnarriM man Preferred. AP;jIVR , A ..,, ,;r, bu'ld'ne: with 4 ,v 546 Ilohman St.. Hatnmonl rianiS an.l l -.uh in oo-nection-. prao- . ..rtcr, vATTI n A RFER CliOOSE lOL V 2S0 I. C. S. TO S,U,,1 Phone 1673. it. -V. t v . - . WANTED Second cook" for heavy work. Apply at . it- ' a... v j Ind. : L. . vn-vTrn- -lcrk. This if f-n r'" i i. -. - . , , v . vnunir man P;;rtJ',"15.rU.nce or an as.-istant T'1" Ui""V.;. o-od hours, o n , 1 orm two evenings after 6 P- - a l o'oc Thursday afternoon. Appl E. C. Minas Co.. Hammond ..li.i wiVTF.!)-Middle agd man. . rnarrted ,nit- tn collect and solicit lor In?rVnce Co'Veferences re worker only need apply. Call ir:TO wotKt-r . , , affernoon, rom forenoon or Satjraa ,vi 4. 1S5 E. State St.. Hammond. -H V,- ANTED Aotvl:n welders. S."Bets Co.. Hammond. Frank 7:l-:tf WANTED Stronar boy over K. vears of ae to deliver srocerlea. -D3 N". Hchman St.. Hammond. . Dental Forccp Makers TTWTE-D First class man who thor mtgrhb' understands dental forceps as foreman- alo several dental forcer. S Call t Fort r-arborn , hotel. Chicago Ilk. Friday evening from, until 10. Ask for Mr. Emus. '-I WANTED Two youn cr men stores clerks, one voting man timekeeper. Ap plv Production Mcrr., Vin. Graver Tank Works, East Chicarro. LASTED T'.vo apprentices for type setting department. Must be 1 6 years of asre or over. Good education witn opnortunJty of rnakinK .125 to 30 per week when trade is learned. AppL . B. Conkey Co.. Hammond. u.,.i "iVAXTED Toune man to drive Ford auto truck: must understand his bus iness. Apply at once. Henry A reus . .;.t2 Torrence ave., Hamraond iy4-TEn J!pnch hands on sheet met al" work. Frank . Betz Co.. Jam tnond. ' :13;j Wanted Fem&io Help. WANTED Young girls for work in Advertising Room. Report Monday. FRANK S. BETZ CO. Hammond, Ind. 7:13-.: TTANTED Housekeeper, nv.chile a;rAd lady. Apply 8519 Grapevine St., In diana" Harbor. GIRLS WANTED Hammond Bedding Co.. Marble st., Hammond. 7:12:2 GIRLS WANTED Over lfi' years o; age. Hammond Laundry, Hamni-eid. ANTED Comret- nt ma!d for tr( ner.'il housework; small family ar.d no washins:; good witeres. Mrs. Cross. SI t Jefferson st.. Gary. 7:1.; t f 'WANTED Girl or middle ac-d wom an, one who-can fro home nichts. 47 Rimbach ave. Piicne 2i:il mmuiorirt 1 : 1 :. . T, Tor Rent Furnished Rooms FOR RENT Room suitabl" for one cr two gentlemen. 100 Carrojl .-;t.. Hammond. 7':11:4 FOR RENT Urge front room suit able for om or two mm. in privat. familv; near Harrison rark. 24 Webb st. Phone 1319 Hammond. 7:12:2 FOR RENT Newly furn. ".-room cot taee. Summer St.; no children; must be responsible party. Address at once. New Furniture, Times, Hammond. FOR RENT Furn.. 4. 3 and 2 rooms for hsk,ir.; one suite for bachelors. Inquire 1SS Piummor ave., Hammond. FOR RENT Nicely furn. lieht hskar. rooms. 43i Indiana ave., liami i' id. 7:12:3 FOR RENT Rooms for lipht b-kr.; eicctric llehts. sas and hatii. In mo privileges. 33$ Indiana, ave., Hammond. 7:12:3 FOR RENT Modern suite of lisht hskr. rooms for clean, respectable couple. S12 Alice St., Hammond. ' 7:12:2 FOR RENT Nice clean rooms. 10 Carroll St.. flat B. Phone 1P:)M Ham mond 7:13:3 FOR RENT Small apartment fern. for lipht hskfj. 1ST Highland st. ' Tel. 2SKi) Hammond. 7:13:,2. FOR RENT One modern furn. roeiv Phone 1027W Hammond. 761 Clause st. 7:13:2 Fori RENT Three furn. rooms for 'i;;e.i. hsksr.: srns, bath and elec. lisrht. Phone 603 Hammond. 7:13:1 FOR RENT Pleasant furn. rooms, modern conveniences. Phone 2215 Hammond. S34 Hohrnan st. 7:13:2 FOR RENT Furn. room, all conveni ence, bath, hot water. P..S17 Hemlock St.. 2nd apt., Indiana Harbor. 7:13:2 FOR RENT Three rooms for llrht uS. i 1 n .uic.iigan ave. x uuue Hammond 7:13:2 Rssl Estate Bargains ' I'OI : S.VI.E r.O ,.. f.-um. dmk loam r-1 -: 1. 1 U. m .. i youth of Colli t house 't Ba Volte. It -i. l'.-.r- v.u t'.ouhus a ply -1- riumm-r ave., Mammon-I. 7:10:i For; S.AI.K ! or acres garden nr. ! inirk bin. I tvur l.-mniond. 1 " per aero, worth $:!i'i: must sell. Ad dress A 11 S. Tin'.', ilrtii: mo;!. '-'-- V n - :.-r o.-ni n L.i r ::.. 'aid: :sOM Hammond. nMisi and 4 lot. , t i'ark. Hi.- Tel. Only $300 to $500 Required 'to Buy These Home Bargains. 3 r. ottacc on Ea.-t SiM-y St.. hath and liubts. c.w..l 'cimcn. all n.se. iihi:!h pau!, only II. '.". Hurry and sec t'nis. , :i,..iorn. t.-v. r, r. bumrabv.v on .-out ,i S.d.. nc:ir n-xv -hoed. shades and tixt ire. ?:K.'h , , H, .y x : , i;, rn Ke-itn Side. fu;i ,,;,.!,.; h,i:.Uv I trim. beautnul hnme wiiuh wou'd cost $1,000 to du , ... .,.. 1. .iv:ne eity. wi'l sac. I ,-!fi.--- r,t 5 - 4 T. i and i:' instant io- I ff-ssi,.:!. i F:!H r.M ft. h't on llonr. for cash only. th:r.ii o! n. i.m. Hastings, Woods & Co. W Hotaan . Et . Phone 51 Open Evenings. ; th-aMv r .v MnMSnjr. v It. !"t: ir !i k sale at onlv j:.:i:-': will take ioash pavvM-,t of and tho halar.ee jmty, t J;;,a..d For Salo Motorcycles. OH SECOxTD IIAjnD nn i w from 533.00 np. So!d on easy payments .V It'. jyiw vi. j Excelsior Autocvcie Salesroom. Exc-!sior Autocvcie saiesroo VVAL2 & SLIGER, 223 STATE ST. 4:18:3 FOR SALK T.MS twin Iridn. ele.:- tricaiiy vqu:pp. a wui. f ect c-ndit ion ,. ,Jb Address .3 tricaUv vqu:pp d witn tanueni, jiim- tXtR PATjE liariey I'avidson motor evos, i9i7 model twin cylinder, 5. Call phone 1733 Hammond. T:ll:3 For Sala Miscellaneous. FOR SAI.E Fn re deemed diamonds and railroad watches. Lesser'" Reliable Loan li.mk. 65 State St.. Hammond. Open evenings. 4-12-tf CON-KEY'S BUTTERMILK! STARTING Food, the thick food made with FUTTERMILK. 25c and EOC pkfrs. at MajfinoS Bros., 171 Fayette sC. Ham mond. 4:27:tf BROODER STOVBS Styles at I11.7S to $15. Matjinot Bros.. Cyphers and Buckeye agtii;3. 1"4 Fayette at., Ham mond 3:17tf KUSSMAUL FEED & ROOKTNQ CO, 11 Clinton st. Phone 8737. East Chl caso. phone 466K. -11-lta FOR SALE OR RENT Butter Klsped popcorn machine, first class condi tion. Tern Miller. 116 Statu St.. Ham mond 7:2:12 FOR SALE 1 Turnbull safe. 1 .T. P.aum safi.-, 1 ti'.obe rtiins? cabinet, very rea sonable. Inquire room 26 Rim'oach blk.. Hammond. 7:7:C For. ?ALH Layinp liens and a twin Harlcy motorcycle. T'hor.e 2125 Ham mond. 7:11:3 Phonograph, Piano and Horcs for Sale. Private family leaving city will sell at a 1 ;sr saor!:lce ..n beawtiful h'tfrh grr"d" SiSil piano us.-d only short time, SI :!". fmc n"w f-'Hi largest size pho norrapli, $9.". and small pony and risr, $12".. Must be sold at once. Call after ft r ia. 170 Plurai-ier av., Himra'niii. Ind. 7:11:3 FC'Tt SAL?" On premises of Soutii H.-sy iiot,-.I now br'.Tis wrecked ut nrrth end of Mirhi-ra-i ave.. Indiana Harbnr. Dimensions: 2x4. 2x12, 4-inch floor: nir. ma vie iloorlnK. boards, laths, doors an.l windows complete in frames, large if - box. hotel counter, bar fix tures ."no radiator coils, pipe. Ko-wan-e roi:--r ctk! water iieat r. marble wash bowls. :lo"ets and bath tubs. Rurl Vrecklni; Ca. salesman on prem ises. 1 : 3 1 : o FOR PALE Boston terrier, male, with f'l i"'diirre. Call phone 2054 Ham mond. ir;t-l2nd st. 7:12 PUBLIC SALE AT Tin: ANNEX' EXCI l.A NOE. MORE liAHGAIXS Be!'abi C;s St ove $ One Box Sprtng, worth $3-. now. .$4.5o Oininsr Chairs o'ic e.ieu 7c each 52. "el ench from ''' and up S! 00' and un "eic and o ,' J:!..0 K .. !., - :'-12 Puprs ... K i : hen Yal m s i :. ds p : : : o w Sf - '. n tr M e li 'Tie f 'ne -as it 1 b- filter '. . .$7.." me I'r.pper Coffee 1'rn. wortn J2.i . J ,...) .Many mole items -a: very h w price.-!. Call early and select your b renin and cut d'-.wn the b'srh cost of living-. TilE ANNEX KXCHANGM "ii East St:vle St., Hammond. 7:13:1 KR SAI.i: Risers, mated and bund ed. ' ': i m iiu , i.eti pitreon and white 'oiiro'rs; 'id so:j;tb lireerb-rs. W. Wther. Phone 1223.1 or 30 Chicacro ave.. Hnmmond. 7:13:2 Ntrvs Fn the rrp.LTC The nr.cx K. x" "!ui up o has bouarbt the entire. Harbor S-ofh hot i furr.i- ure. consist-re of eds, box sprint-', si:-' sfvii. rockers, -itb'vs.- chairs, rues, hiir t:a 1 1 rcsse-;. p Hows. etc.. at a price that will entitie them to place riiese. furnishlnss "a sale at a pric to r.'.ovp quick. Teis is a chance for a small ho;ei, roononc hmii, or lipht housekepinsr ari'ln!nt. Act ouick. THE A N N K X KXOHA N G E 21 1 East :,itf St. Hammond. Telephone 5 IS. 7:1s:1 FOR' SALE. Twenty layinjr ch'ckens ar.d roi-wter. leshorns. John Ratns horti. Lansiup, 111. 7:13:1 FOR SALE Two dozen pure bred bar red rock hens. M. JIumpfer, phone 1 20713 Hammond. 7:13:3 FOP. SALE Ice box. show case, candy scales National cash r sister; about new. It. H. Smith. 3l2-11!th St., Whit inK. Ind. 7:133 Wanted to Rent. WANTED To rent, 6 or 7 -room mod. cortace. Inquire Mrs. 1. Marony, 201 Chicasro ave.. Hammond. 7:12a WANTED Flat or cottaee, moderate rent. Address J ii. Times, Hammond. 7:12:3 WANTED Spacious room- with closet desired by q-erttleman, with congen ial private family; room with board preferred; references. Address A F L Times, Hammond. 7:12:2 For Sale Horses and Cattle FOR SALE 7 year old trottintr horse with record, at once for cash $125: also prood delivery horse, harness and hilhx:, waKtm, tuuipii.Ht: uuiiit .Address F H S, Times, Hammond. H"ioccry4 waieon. complete outnc i 1 j. x ui oaic i-ut-uiiiuuiiuo. 1,')R SALE l!uick l!-."", i;il6 model. run 4,"to miles, .'ttiippd with se.it covers, bumpers and spotlltiht, live tow tiro. 111 ,V 1 siiape, wiil lieinon strate; for quick buy $.sr.i) cash. Ad ilrrsM A It, Tinier, Hjmmond. 7:12:2 FoR SALE 101 fi Pullman raccabout, 3cx3 s tire.-:, elec 1 115 his ami sumer. $35ti ; terms. ail Hammond 331 even invrs. 7:13:2 FOR SALE Lite model r.-pass. tour in if iar; Komi condition, electric liht. starter aad extra tires; wtil sell cash or cash and term's, or will take Fn: and ca.-h m payments. I'hone Garv 2". 7:13.2 Wanted to Buy. WANTED Used Vietroia: will pay reii somihle pric and assume; would prefer cabinet. L C. Kidd, Miite 5 7. H nibach Hldp., ll.niinn.ml. 7:13:1 Miscellaneous. TAINTING. PAPER HANGING Good work, prices r'sht; estimates fre; cpen shop. Independent Decorating: Co., 232 Miciiicjaa ave. I'hono 31 ilum. mend. 5:1 CINDERS GRrEN AWAY Appl7 at HAMMOND DISTILLING CO. For Anything in Our Line phone 467 Hammond. X.nadt Kooflnff Co., Hammond. . 6:20:lni LIGHT MOVING AND EXPRESSING Charges reasonable, ("all at the An nex Exchange. 214 E. State St., Ham mond. Phono 543. 6:29 Situation Wanted. WANTED Confinement nursinsr. Call 1736. Mrs. "Davis, 478 Michigan ave.. Hammond. 7:10-3 Lost and Found. LOST Iady's ifold watch In hunting case with pin attached, on State St. or Rurnham road or G-ostlin st. Return to 769 Calumet ave., Hammond. Suit able reward. 7:12:3 L' 1ST I-ady's trold watch with pin at tached on W. State st. or Burn ham ro.:d or AA". Oostlin st. Return to 7f)6 Calumet ave. or 1&4 State St., Ham mond. Suitable reward. 7:13 LOS.T Turquoise r'.nar Thursdav after noon. Finder please call 121SR IUm mr.nd. 7:13:1 LOST Prco). a black silk coat, pair black baby shoes, hose and pink d-ess. Please return to 0,47 Ann St., Hammond. A reward for same. 7:13:1 For Rent Flats. FOR RENT Four room Rat with elec. liirht ar.d gas stove; no children. Tel. 204 3 Hammond. 7:12:3 For Rent. FOR RENT Small sto,re with fixtures. counters and On" 144 State mond :lvmg-. 167 ran st. Phone 072M ITa-.i-7:13:1 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is Hereby Given: That the Board of Public Works of the City of Gary, Lake County. Indiana, will meet on the 16th day of July, 1917. to re ceive and consider bids for the improve ment of ALLEY NirMFER ONE (1) Wi-ST. Sec 7, from the South line of Fifteenth Avenue to the North line of Twentieth Avenue, by constructing; thereon a pavement sixteen 16") feet in width, with a wearing: surface of one of the following; kinds of modern cify pavements: Brick on sand foundation. Brick on crushed stone or slag. Brick 011 concrete, Wooden Block on sand foundation and one course concrete pavement on sand foundation fifteen (13") feet and ten ( 1 0" ) inches in width, cement curbs six (") inches in width and cement sidewalks two (2') feet in width, in said City of Gary, all in ac cordance v.ith the plans and specifica tion.' now on file in the office of the Eoardl of Public Works and the City Clerk. The cost of said improvement shall bo assessed as special benefits to the abuttins: and benefitted property. Bidders must file a certified check for at least 21 per cent of the Engineer's Es timate of the cost of sad improvement which will be returned to unsuccessful bil;!crs. and to the successful bidder when a contract and bond have been ex ecuted for the work. No certified check will be reccitcd in a less amount than 00 Hundred Dollars. The rich! Is re served to reject any and a!! bids. Bids rnut be 011 file in the Clerk's Office of said City by Nine o'clock A. M. on the 18th day of July. 1917. By order of the Board of Public Works. W. J. FULTON', P. B. LAMB. FRANK ZAWADZKI. Board of Public Works. Attest: LORETTA BERNSTEIN. July 6-13. ' Clerk. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given: That the Board r.f Public Works of the City of Gary, Lake County, Indiana, on the 2Sth day of May, 1917. adopted Declaratory Resolution Number Two Thousand Eighteen (201ft) for the construction of a sewer to be known as LOCAL SEWER SIXTY-NINE (63). The location of said sewer and the size and kind are as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Ailey Six (6) AA'est and the Sewer in Twenty-fifth Avenue; thence South in Alley Six (6) West with a twelve (12') inch vitrified tiie sewer, a. distance of 1264 feet. The cost of said construction shall be assessed as special benefits to the abut ting and benented property to be paid in cash or in ten annual installments where assessments exceed Ten ($10. Off) Dollars with interest on deferred pay ments at the rate of six (C) per cent per annum, ali in accordance wit,h "An Act Concerning- Municipal Corporations" approved Ms,rch 6th, 1905, and all acts amendatory thereof ' and supplemental thereto. Thfit said Board of Public Works has adopted details, maps .drawings and specifications for said sewer which are now on lile at the ofuee of the said Board of Public Works and the City Clerk. The Board of Public Works will meet on the 16th day of July, 1917, at nine o'clock a. m., in its olfice In the City Hall to receive and hear remonstrances from any person whose property may be affected by such proposed construc tion and as to whether the special ben- j eflts which have accrued upon the prop- erty to be assessed will equal the esti mated cost of Kttld improvement and will determine whether or not uch benefits will exceed such estimated cost and whether the district to bi drained la herein properly described and take fur ther 'and llnal action In the premises, confirming, modifying-, cha npinp;, nlter inif or rescinding its Preliminary Reso lution. liy order of the Hoard of Fubllc Works. W. J. FULTON, P. R. LAMB. FRANK ZAWADZKI. Board of Public Works. Attest: LOR ETTA BERNSTEIN. July 6-13. Clerk. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is Hereby (Jiven: That the P.oard of Public Works of the City of Gary. Lake County, Indiana,- will meet on the 16th day of July, 1917, to re ceive aivl consider bids for the improve ment of ALLEY ONE (1) WEST, Sec tion Seven (7). from the South line of Fifteenth Avenvo to the North line of Twentieth ' Avenue, by constructing thereon a pavement eighteen fl8') feet and six (u") incheH in width, with a wearinsr surface of one of the follow ing kinds of modern city pavements: Brick on crushed stone or slap, Bri-k on concrete, wooden block on concrete foundation and ore course concrete, ravement on sand found ttion twenty (20') feet in width, mm-'it curbs six t6") inch, s In width and sidewalks one tl") foot and six (C") inches in width with brick pavement in said City of Gary, nil in accordance with the plans rind specifications now on file in the of fice of the Board of Public Worka and the City Clerk. The copt of said im provement shall be assessed as special benefits to the abuttins; arid benefitted property. Bidders must file a certified le,-k for at least 24 per cent of the 17nRlneer's Estimate of the cost of said improtement which will be returned to unsuccessful bidders, and to the suc cessful bidder when a contract and bond have been executed for tre work. No certified check will be rece:vcd in a less amount than Ono Hundred Dollars. The rlRht is reserved to Tejoct any arid all bids. Bid.s must be on file in the Clerk's Office of said City by Nine o'olock A. M. on the 16th day of July. 1917. By order of t he Board of Public Works. W. J. FULTON. P. B. LAMB. FRANK KAWADZKI. Board of Public Works. Attest: LORETTA BERNSTEIN, July 6-13. Clerk. NOTICE. Notice 13 Hereby Given: That on the 2nd day of July, the Board of Pub lic Works of the City of Gar:.-. Lake County, Indiana, adopted DECLARA TORY RESOLUTION' Number Two thousand Sixty-One (2061) for the open ing of ALLEY EIGHT O) WEST, from the South line of the Right of AA'ay o the .Toilet ar.d Northern Indiana Railroad (Michigan Central Railroad. Joliet Cut Off) to the North line of the Ripht of AA'ay of the Joliet and Northern Indiana Railroad (Michigan Central Railroad. Joliet Out Off) in the City of Gary. Lake County. Indiana, in said City by the appropriation and condemnation of the following; described property, to-wit: Commencing at the intersection of the West line of Alley Eight AA'est and I the South Right of AA'ay line of the Jo- iiet and Northern Indiana Railroad: thence Northerly across the Riht of Way of said Railroad to the intersec tion of the West line of sai l Alley and the North Right of AA'ay line of said Railroad; thence Northeasterly along the North Line of the Right of Way of the Joliet and Northern Indiana Rail road to the intersection of the. East line of said alley and the North Right of Way line of said Railroad: thence South erly across the Right of AA'ay of said Railroad to the intersection of the East line of said Alley and the South Right of Way line of said Railroad; thence Southwesterly along the Right of Way line of said Railroad to the point of be ginning. The property which may be beneficial ly or injuriously affected by said pro ceedings is as follows: The property herein proposed to be condemned and appropriated which property is hereinbefore described, and Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty-eight (2?) North, Range Eight (S) AA'est of tha Second Principal Meridian in Lake Coun ty, Indiana. All the property hereinbefore describ ed is located In Gary, Lake County, In diana. Notice Is Further Given, that the Board of Public Works has fixed the 2.3rd day of July, 1917, as the day upon which it will receive and hear remon strances from persons interested in or affected by said proceedings, and on said date at Nine o'clock A. M.. will meet in its office in the City Hall in said City for the rurpose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which may be filed by persons Interested and to hear all persons interested in said proceedings, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such ac tion shall be final and conclusive on all persons. By order of the Boird of Fublic AV'orks. W. J. FULTON, P. B. LAMB, FRANK ZAAVADZKI. Board of Public Works. Attest: LORETTA BEU.VSTEIX. July 6:13 - Clerk. NOTICE. Notice Is Hereby Given: That on the 2nd day of Jul;. 1917, the P.oard of Public AA'orks of the City of Gary. Lake County, Indiana. adopted DECLARA TORY RESOLUTION Number Two Thousand Sixty-Tivo (2002) for the im provement of ALLEY NUMBER SIX (6) VAEST, Section Four (4), from the South line; of Third Avenue to the North line eif Fourth Avenue in the said City of Gary, by the construction thereon of a pavement fifteen (15') feet in width, with a wearing surface of one of the following kinds of modern city pavements: Brick on sand foundation. Brick on concrete. Wooden Block on sand foundation. Wooden Block on con crete and ene course concrete pavement on sand foundation fifteen (15") feet and ten (10") inches in width. All in ac cordance with the plans and specifica tions now on file in the office of the City Clerk. The Board of Public Works will meet on the 23rd dayof July, 1917, at Nine o'clock A. M., in Us office in the City Hall to receive and hear remonstrances from all persons interested and will de ciele whether the benefits to the prop erty liable to be assessed for such im provement will equal the estimated cost thereof, and will thereafter confirm, modify or rescind its Prelifinary Reso lution. By order of the Board of Public AA'orks. W. J. FULTON, P. B. LAMB. FRANK ZAWADZKI. Board of Public Works Attest: LORETTA BERNSTEIN. July 6-13. Clerk. NOTICE. XOTICn IS HEREBY GrVEN; That the Board of Public Arorks of the City of Gary, Luke County, Indiana, on the 9th day of July, 1917. adopted Declara tory Resolution Number Two Thousand Mxty-four (20C4) for the construction of a sewer to be known as DISTRICT SEAAEIi NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT (3S). The location of said sewer and the size and kind are as follows: Com mencing at the intersection of the Cen ter lines of 42nd Avenue and Alley Eiyht (is) West: thence North In Alley Eight (i) West, with a 24-inch Vitri fled Tile Sewer, to the Center line of 40th Place, a distance of 990.1 feet; thence East on the Center line of 40th Place with an eighteen (18") inch Vitrified Tile Sewer, a distance of 331.0 foot; thenco East on the Center line of 4(ith Place, with a fifteen (13") inch Vitrified Tile Sewer, a distance of S33.0 feet. Also commencing at the intersection of the Center lines of 4'Jth Place and All;y Eight (S) West; thence Nortli In Alley Eight (8) West, with a twelve (12") inch Vitrified Tile Sewer, a dis tance of 511.1 fecit. Also commencing at the Intersection of the Center lines of Alley Seven (7) AA'est and the Alley North of 4 1st Avenue; thence North in Alley Seven (7) West, with a Vitrified Tile Sewer, a distance of 602.4 feet. Also, in Alley North of 41st Avenue between Van Buren anu Jackson Streets, with a twelve (12") Inch Vitrified Tile Sewer, a distance of 233.0 feet. Also In Alley Six (6) West, between 41st Avenue and the Nickel-Plate Rail road, with a twelve (12") Inch Vitrified Tile Sewer, a distance of 628.9 feet. Also in the Alley North of 41st Ave nue between Van Buren Street End Alley Eight () West, with a twelve (12") inch Vitrified TIL? Sewer, a distance of 111.0 feet. Also in Alley South of 41st Avenue between Van Buren Street and' Alley Eight (S) AVest, with a twelve (12") inch Vitrified Tils Sewer, a distance of 114.0 feet. The cost of said construction shall be assessed as .special benefits to the abutting and benefitted property to ba paid in cash or in ten annual install ments where assessments excoqd Ten (J10.00) Dollars with interest on de ferred payments at the rate of six (6) per cent per annum, all in accordance with "An Act Concerning Municipal Corporations" approved March 6th, 1903, and all acts amendatory thereof and supplemental thereto. The lands and lots and district which may be bem-flttel and drained by said improvement are bounded as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the Center lir,e3 of 42nd Avenue and Har rison Street: thence North on the Cen ter line of Harrison Street to the Cen ter lino 01 the Right of AA'ay of the New York Centr.il and St. Louis Rail road; thence Southeasterly on the. Cen ter line of the Right of AA'ay of said Railroad to the Intersection of the Cen ter, linos of the Right of Way of the New York Central and St. Louis Rail road and the Jcliet and Northern In diana Railroad (Michigan Central, Joliet Cut Off); thence Southwesterly on the Center line of the Right of Way of the Joliet and ' Northern Indiana Railroad to the intersection of the Center lines of the Joliet and Northern Indiana Railroad and list Avenue: thence AA'est on the Center line of 41st Avenue to the Center lire of Van Baron Strtcr- ! thence South cn the Center line of Van I Buren Street to the Center line of 42nd j Avenue; thence West on the Center line of 42nd Avenue to the point of begin 1 ning. j That said Board of Public Works has ; adopted details, maps, draw ings and kspecifications for said sewer which are now on file at- the office of the said ! Board of Public Works and the i Clerk. City meet The Board of Tublic AA'orks will on the 30th day of July. 1317, at o'clock a. tn., in its office In the nine City Hall to receive and hear remonstrances from any person whose property may be affected by such proposed construc tion and as to whether the special bene fits which have accrued upon the prop erty to be assessed will equal the esti mated cost of said improvement and will determine whether or not sum benefits will exceed such estimated cost and whether the district to be eirained is herein properly described and taa-i further and final action in the premises, confirming, modifying, changing, alter ing or rescinding its Preliminary Reso lut ion. By order AA'o rks. of the Board of Public W. J. FULTON, P. B. LAMB. FRANK ZAAA'ADZKI. Board of Public Works. BERNSTEIN, Clerk. Attest: LORETTA 7 13. 20. NOTICE FOR THE RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE. Notice is hereby given to. the citizens of Gary, Calumet Township. Lake County, Indiana, that the undersigned. Sigmund Fleishman, is a male inhabi tant and resident of the said City, Township, County and State of Indiana, and is over the age of 21 years, and has resided in the State of Indiana feir more than one year and In th City of Gary. Calumet Township. I.ake Coun ty, Indiana, for more than six months prier to the date of this notice; that he is a qualified voter and that he is a citizen of the United States of America: is a man of g,ood moral iva racier ; that he wiil apply to the Board of County Commissioners at Crown Pe.int. Lake County, Indiana, on the first Monday of August. 1917. the same being the 6th day of August. 1917, for renewal of licer.se to sell intoxicating, spiritous. vinous and malt liquors in less quan tities than five gallons at a time and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold. Sp.id license be ing heretofore granted by the Board of County Commissioners in August. 1916, and issued by Edward Simon. Au ditor of said Township, County and State ef Indiana, for the period of on year from said date, and the precise location where liqur-s are to be sold by the provisions cf the license to be renewed is as follews: The front roo on the ground floor of the two-story brick building situ ated on lot 13, block 9. Chicago-Tol-leston Land and Investment Co.'s Fifth addition; glass front, front and side entrances, bar on north side of room, said room facing a public high way known as 1533 Broadway, Gary. Lake County, Ineliana. SIGMUXD FLEIS H.M A X. July 13 20 27 NOTICE OF THE ADOPTION OF PRIMARY ASSESSMENT ROLL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That on the 9th day of July, 1917, the Board j of Public Works adopted a Primary J Assessment Roll for the improvement . of ALLEY SIX (6) WEST. Section 3. from Sixteen (16') feet North of the South line of Fourth Avenue to Seven teen (17") feet South of the North line of Fifth Avenue within tho City of Gary. Lake County, Indiana, under Declaratory Resolution Number' Seven teen Hundred Sisty-nine (1769). adopted! on the 7th day of August, 1916, by the! Board of Public Works, by the con struction thereon of a pavement fifteen (15') feet in width, with a wearing sur face of one of1 the following kinds of modem city pavements: Brick on sand foundation. Brick or Wooden Block on concrete f ouixlatie.n. combined concrete and brick on sand foundation and one course concrete pavement on sand foundation fifteen (15') feet and ten (10") inches in width, cement curbs six (6") inches in width and a cement sidewalk two (2") feet in width on each side of- eald improvement, all in ac cordatice with the plans and specifica tions for said improvement, together with all necessary catch basins and gutter inlets. The intersecting streets and alleys are: Alley North of Fifth Avenues. The parallel streets and alleys within One Hundred Fifty I.r.O) feet are: Monroe and Jacksen Streets. Said Assessment Roll contains the names of the owners and description of property to be assessed with the amounts of the prima facie assessment against each lot or i-arced of lanel sub ject to assessment and is on ftla and can be seen at the office, of the Board of Public Works and tho City Clerk In the City Hall, Gary, Ijikc County, In diana. On the 23rd day of July, 1917. at Nine o'olock A. M.. the Board of Public Works will meet in Its office f.t the City Hall to hoar and receive remon strances against the amounts assessed against each of said lots and parcels of land and will hear and elcterjnine tbe eiuestion as to whether the same have been be-ne-titteel or will he Fp.-riaily benefitted by said Improvement in the amounts set forth in said roll, and wiil then give a hearing to all persons in terested, and thereafter sustain or modify in whole or in part the respec 5F7Bsrraggzg 8 LOANS I u Diamonds and Watches i S1C.C0 ONE MONTH 35c ft All security kept In burglar proof vaults. Call or. h LAKE CO. LOAN CO. 23 RIMBACH BLOCK d Hammond, Ind. ? Phone 213. fj c. .SSh r!!CKELf?iTERCAD TAKE A VACATION! You Benefit The Boss Benefits Make Arrangements Now. The Agent Will Help You. SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES TO NEW Y0HX BOSTON Atlantic Coast Resorts, E.astern and Western Mountain Retreats, Pacific Ooast Points and Alaska. Get in touch v.ith Ticket Agent for Fares, Itineraries, Resen'ations and full information. F. P. PARNIN. D- P. A Fort Wzyne, Ind- SPECIAL NOTICE (Effective July 22, :.917.) The Nickel Plate Road will discon linue carrying passengers in local 'reight trains, except between Leipsic Junction, O , and Fort Wayne, Ind-, ind between Fort Wayne, Ind., r.Tv.! Knox, Ind. JOHN Y. C A LA HAN, Gen, Pass. Ag: Cleveland Ohic. Or, Luekett, Hours si -1 i. to S. 7 ( v 155 State St Arteuis :Eiag- it , . t -.t-v- 4'.; . ...o-,x t - 1 r 1 r .' C: -Y:.r V -1 , , x X. i , .vv It -r.-.tj I -k A If I jr " S " f, I J ' - - ' 1 , j Loans Mede In Hammond Vhitlng, E.. Chicago June's si .1 J lnd Harbor, jgf r Spri ng The Weather Man tailed to delirer a real prlnK. Th ap-inhe-airnesB about the war Is over now we know Just wlver ire aretand, what is before as. VACATION TIMES should not be neglected. If you are not prepared don't lt dowiyand pull a long face- Be above It all fit for anything physically,.'. men tally, spiritually come to us. let us sore the probom. We can advance yon any amount from $30.00 up to f 300.0O.on your own security such as househod goods, pianos, Implements or lire stock, at the lowest legal rate and allow you twenty months to repay same. No long delays or red tap we act promptly, also privately and confidentially- On!y legal methods used. Licensed and bonded. Under State Banking supervision. No charges, no fees' for mairtwg out papers, etc Tou get the actual amount of money, nothing de ducted, nothing added, fair and square, nothing else. I ' "'vNt. Provident 1450 E. State Street, Room Phone 323- Hours Open Friday and -k uoans &190 mans and s s H I PHONE tive prima facie assessments on said roll. By order of the Board of Public Works. W. J. FULTON. P. B. LAMB. FRANK ZAWADZKI. Attest: Board of Public Works. LORETTA BERNSTEIN. Clerk. 713, 14. 16, 17. 18. 19, 20. A reniedr for infection! of tho utlntrr tract. PsiuleM. DOD-poiMrooua and will not atrictur. 14 ! I . In 1 .a . . . J"" . M UJ. Parcel Port if deird Price M, or 3 bottla .. Prepared tT rt!3 EVANS CHE.nlCAL CO.. CINCINNATI. Q. CHICHESTER'S PILLS 14-.I Ask rowMmsKMi "Ui ta Krd and kil atla7 Tn V j 'a atber. But AT mu :C SOLD BY DKUSGtS IS EVfiWERD '9 VuA Mt O ECHUDTTLE EFFECTIVE JT7I.T 1, 1917. EAST-BOFND. FROM HAMMOND. For Cincinnati fciOo a. m. 12:46 a. m. WEST-BOUND. For Chicago 6:46 a. m. and 4:25 p.m. Daily. HAMMOND, WHITING AND EAST CHICAGO RAILWAY COMPANY frUTE T A RT.TI Patntti"1 to 63rd, Stxaet Xxje Avium. AAA Bona VI. TOill-Inc n Foot m. mt South Chicago oaly. 9wt Chicago 4:46 a. m. ajtd 4:3?ia. Specialist CHRONIC DISEASES treated and cured by latest proven. scientific methods CATAEBH, ASTKSIA, BBOUrCHITXS and all resutinj; conditions cured. DISEASES OF MEN Fuccessfully treated in shortest pos i'ole time at lowest possible cost. EACH CASS SEES ASfO IBSATEO personally. Plenty cf time given to treatments. Satisfaction assured. Honest treatment always. Investi gate 'twill cost you nothing. Diseases of Women Cnred by safe, sure, painless, pleasant., non eurjficaj means. 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No hours Thursday Evenings. Opp., Orrfiiotun Tlieater, Hainxaoad, Tt.. 4ui inuoiiiit.Yoa Here S Loan Co. 3 and 4, Panama BIdg. 6 p, m. 8 a. m. to Saturday Night. on uiamonai Watches, 148-50 3 J E. State. j-M -fe lx v