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J'hm-sriav. Sept. 2d. 1918.
&im TJLALcJi. Page Eleven Classified Wanted Male Help WANTED Men steady work. Cha pin & Co., Colum bia avenue and I. H. B Tracks, tf WANTED Men to umonn coat. ZOr to "ilc per ion. Malleable Inn Co.. Ham- S-i3-tf VN'Tr;i) Freight handlers. Gibson transfer: good wage-? on piece work bbSis. Take Gary car to L. C. I.. S-2o-tf "WANTED Boy to mako himseH useful about jewelry store: must have ref erences. 65 State St.. Hammond. 9-lS-tf WANTED Man with some txprienee in blast furnace- operation; long hours; Sunday work; good salary. Write .1. O. Tii-nes. 3-20-tf NT?.D Swer (ii0.' er.- -.jl; o V O l '.. ' ,1 i'.'.vNTSD i-.rri.fi. rn. to ven. o-.s iirm. Phone 12S1-Y3 Hammond ?-2s-in WANTFP Sal'amn for house to house canvassing; iiud sell-In article. b'K commission." Applv National Hons.: Eur nishliig Co., 652 1 Irthman St.. Hammoml WANTED Good nll-areim 1 machinists. if a mm on d Machine & Forge Works. 115 Wilcox st. Phono 473. ?-24-;5 WANTED 2 watchmen. Appiv Leonard Construction Co.. oar" Sinclair Eetin ng Co.. sate No. -. Fast ChicK. i -2 4 -JI WANTED Mnn to unload material .md lay rails; steady employment. Keith Ry. Equipment Co. '.'-'-M-t. WANTED Day ianltor; good wifcs. VT. B. Conkey Co., Hammond. :-5-l WANTED Experienced bookkeeper, man T..af.p-. Atinns Euriiiture Vo.. -Mi Ptata St.. Hammond. WANTED Eoys, IS yesrs or over terprise Red Co, Hammond. . En- WANTED Reliable man to collect: rood salary. 16 State St.. Room 4. Ham mond. !'--''-'' WANTED Pipe fitters: good pay: 10 hours a day: good working conditions - steady work. Apply Calumet River Eeh-trie Station, E,r.st Chicago, Tnd. 1 W XTEP Tv. aho it 1-j years o'.d. S. I.evin. 21" X'. Stale st. :i-2.,-.. WANTED l!ov to work in our p.rin'intr "department; ' must be years oid. Oiapin & Co.. C.umbia ae. n.-ar l--"th nt. 'i'zOl WANTED Men: essentia' hiisi"ess. Ap plv Depot As:.. Anifriean Hy. Ex.a. s- CO.. Erie passenj?' r s'ation. :i-'J;-2 W WTED Naihns machine Two S'ep Ladder Co., 202 Indiana ao. T. S. EMn.OTMENT SKUVI'"" wa"'--ttvo strong men on pioee work "r Taiee .ToT.es I'heinidil. Apply. ''' Ilall. Fast ("hicap;.., Ind. '-' - '-'- '2 WVNTED- A janitor: SIS per w '--k. In quire deiator operator. Han mood I Hi; Id in,,-. Hammond. :-2'.-tf WANTED Men to unload coal. e": pe per hour. Apply I. I' 1- '" CrMfph. It 1. mmrrn na. innitor: arood vrapes. "W. 3. Conkey Co.. Hanmotd. .i-.a-i WANTED Expericnrcl shipping clerk. I'.i'juiro Xowak Millinery Corpora tion, Calumet and 115th St., Hammond. 9-20-4 For Sale Automobiles. I'OH SAEE Inters-ate 19 1 a iiip.I-I a'Co; good condition; $4"h 3.G7 hem St.. Indiana Tlarbor. y-23-i, FOR SALE 1917 Oakland I.Uht '. 3 pass.. A-l c.-nditioii: drafted: S3.V cash 3510 Cedar St.. Indiana Ha bor. 9-2 3-0 y RDS. Anv year or modal, perfect condition, bouftht." sold or exchanged. HAMMOND AUTO PAINT & TOP CO.. 47S-SO-S2 Hrhma.it St. 9-2 1-tf FOIX SALE .A Dodge tourine car. 19H model; winter tp and excellent i',ood vear cord ores, otherwise in first -Hass ihape. Apply S'.ock Yards, Pln- 4 1. FOR SALE 1513 Ford tourins car; StronberK carburetors. sp ecioir.-t.-r, shock absorbers; other extras: a bar Rain 225 cash. Phone 435-R East Cai cairo. 'J--': 1 FOR SALE. 1 1917 Dodge Brothers' Touring. 1191S Ford Coupe new. 1 Overland Coupe, 4 pas senger, $5"A. 1191G 83 Overland Tour ing, $325. 11917 Chevrolet Touring, $475. 11912 Ford Touring, $140. 11917 Ford Roadster with box on back, at $325. BOHLTXCt AI7TO SALES Phone 2oT. Douglas and Ilohman. Open Friday and Saturday Evenings. 9-25-3 FOR SALE Kin $ sedan. Ilk new. J1200: Elgin sedan, now. IISO: other hartrains. 93 State st. '.'pen Fridav end Saturday eveninfrs. 9-25-1 FOR SALE OR TRADE 1916 Dod-e; ?. pass.; A-l shape; $"00. 45flfi For v! tin v East Chicago. Then 672-M. 9-2S-2 Wanted to Buy. WANTED TO BUY Second-hand cloth ing, hats and shoes. Mrs. Robinson. 1205 Madison st. Phon 2274. Gary, tnd. 8-2S-lrn Lost and Found LOST Black and white hunting dog. 7 months old. Reward for return to Wm. Gluth. Phona 2365 Htmmoni 9-24-3 FOUND- A wrist watch. 211 Waltham St., Hammond. 9-25-3 Room and Board. WANTED Room and board ln privata family by respectable young- man. J. care Times. : 9-25- Advertisements Wanted Female Help WANTED WE i'AX I'SK A M'SIHKH Oh S 4 I .INI . T T V VITIIPK V. II? : PERMANENT OR EViE WORK.' 4-RooM ERI.'k' RENGAIHV WITH TiriS MEANS AN i'l'J'i K Tl'MTV KiHt,1;A AND "EM KNTF.l HASKJIK.NT. PATKIOTIC W.iVKN Wll.) AUK WIU.-I ATKD 'WITHIN 13 M IN I'lTK?' I.N'j TO ) THEIR PA HI' IN THE!." INDUSTRIAL, WoRLP. AIRLY SIMM'. KJ HA HI) C. M 1 N AS CO. L-24-3 WANTED Veuiitf la.1v clerk. Apply) Nassau & Thompson's, East Chtca 9-1'J-tf WANTED 2.) girls, must lie 1( years of age. Apply Rcid-Mimloch & Co. WANTi.I c-.iii ii.tci, .""if; Ksicr. f i..r.e IT I .: UANTi.'li A ifirl fo: ocin cti ru ry par lor. 3404 Michigan ave.. Indiana Har bor. 9-24-6 WANTED Experienced jrlrl for fr.-n-eral housework; no wnsliintr: rv f .Ir enes. Phone no. 9i2 So. iU.htnan st.. Il.ammend. 0-24-2 WANTED 2 isl.va;-l,ers. Koff-e Kup K-staurant, i2 State st.. Hammond J-23-2 WA N TED 16 ears and over. En-I terpris 1 iamniond. W ANTED Girls or wom en to operate power sew- i t-i rf vi r- i m Aft r o tt TITMTr lUg lliai. Ill J ICO, Cftajf jgood pay; steady employ-jU mpiiT,. Ann v mm rnv jneit- X' I J J i ing Works, Truman and i Sohl St., Hammond. 0 - 2 ' -1 f WA N TiH Ex p--rie j. st ic R.-s t a u rant. ."I waitresses M H mmon.i W.NTED--Dinii. room urirl. 'l.o, Suev Restaurant. !.i Siate St.. Ham moed." 9-2'l-2 -' 1 - i"-,;., , ' " WANTEI Coo,;!,. . p. office; so..d salary tional opportunity T 22, care Times. 1 a n : : sma . : o start: eXe,-.-i- a 1 aiirfin. ni . 9-2.;-." " " " " . " m Knr Kent, umisnea ixooms l'OR RENT S'ee; ;.-.; r. oi-is: hof water h.-nt. Phone 113T-',V. T"0 I'iio r, , I lammon.I. 9-2 i-li RENT Furnished room. Ph. n-' ; !. i D.troit ST.. Hamt.'.ond. 9-24-3 FOR RENT Very or 2 an lein. n. d; ana Harbor. i rale f o- :.. R 9-2 t- i'i r i:ent- al.ie for 1 wood a e. Np.iiera sic arm or 2 Kenlletllell. room s' FOR RENT 2-ro a !..!i ! lii. 'lt : po . it bousekeer; ; 1 P. tumor..). I "' tit RENT S-nl f rooms for r.-rr le- I . : le w i v 71:: Chicago a u rnisli. d. tie -st modem . I'ast t'hica-o. 9-2.-f i'oR RENT 4 lurnitur1. t'u i ii isbed : 4... 1S1I , ll.niO.o. ,,,, , l'o i :ENT H.at.,1 sio i.inir room !orj 2 tr. :-. ; i. rn. n or couple v.i:h home pn i!..Ki oie- biock from r- stmirant. s2 May wood hv,-. Phone Hammond "i".-M. I'oR RENT--2 Ticht hous.-ko-.fi!!!: for tiiao iitid wif. only. l'hor Hal nni. .o.l. 'i-.M Fi )R RENT Furnish loan s;., Hainmoml. d room. Saj t H..h- 9-2t:-l Top ;KNT- Modern furin.hed root.i in private family; near car En-'. Phono 231 Hamiooiid. PC Dot v st. 9-2.1-1 l'op; RENT TWA hu fit taut s.-k. rooms. 19 1 P'uium. r ac. Half 9-2il 1 pop. REN" Two steam heated rooms - ; .Is., one room: no eniiuien. in Tiifj 3 S:.!'- sr .. Hanimoiid. 9-25-1 . For RENT-ho-isck " pi furtii-herl r-otits for liaht 35 11 I'enns j a n;a ave.. Indiana Harbor. t 9-2a-3 F( R RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms. heat".!, for Peat hous-koe; i n u: to children. -130 Indiana n- . Ph. !!-- I!.'. Hammond. 9 I "Ol: RENT Nicely pri vtite family: fo ."'! rn. is", e.l ro, am i a t dern. hot air lo a'. Miitace lor 1 -r :0-l!l IT II-Sire,. 11 at 4i' E. Plv.titiri.--r ave.. Han.-mottd. a 9- I-MI! RENT eent leir.'-n mond. Furnish". 1 room for 1 or 2 7:n Walter St.. Haro-9-25-5 FOR RENT Furnish.-d room and sn unfurnished flat; no small ehM-Iren I It. i.iiire lid I.oan St. Phone 2'G3 Ham- mond. 9-20-2 'O'R RENT- La -ce. well furnished room sut'ab'e for 1 or 2 persons: bath and .am heaf fades preferred. Krt May- vood ae.. Hammond. '1 . -5 FOR T;ENT Tw o f :i- !b.-d rooms for liousi keepmx. 211 Mi chin an ae,. cor. Oakley. Hammond. 9-25-1 FOR RENT 1 nice front slecp'rc suitable for 2 pentlemon. 85 St.. Hammond. ro. mi, S i b I e v 9-25-2 For Sale Motorcycles. M0T0RCYCLES7 i All makes from $15.00 up. To get 1 what urn want make your seh-ction 1:0 w. ' Sol.i on easv navmenis. I ECESl6a AUTOCAR SALES J ROOM, ""3 State St. Phone 24S9. Hammond 9-2 1-; . . . I FOR SALE Indian twin tnot-rcycle; . bargain. 3-' Asn sc., ii.inim.ino. : 9-2 4- j : . ri- li t, -...t i-..s.- " 2 cviin ier. with si ie car; in g"Od or. - d:tt..n. Inquire after :.-'l p n MaKoun ave.. East Chicago. prh ., 4 M 3 ! ,-...'1.1. ! 9-24-5 : For Rent. FaR RENT 5-raoni "at. 5"2 1 MeR- villa -ve . East Chicaro. Call 6:30 ! p. m. 9-16-? i FOR RENT Store, second floor: (rood j for tailor shop and any other Ktna or business. Call S339 MIchifsn ave. or n t j Ohio Restaurant, Indiana Harbor. y-J.'.-o FOR RENT 4-room cottatre at 24 Dousr las st Inquire 25 Douglas st. Phone 10.3.S R Hammond. 9-25-1 FOR RENT Garage. St., Hammond. State TMne 9-25-1 FOR SALE OR RENT 9-room house and store: also want to sell Ford limousine car; in good condition. Call 4 44 E. State St., Hammond. 9-25-1 FOR RENT 4-room lower flat : bath. gas and e)r-ctric. Apply 429 Loan st.. Hammond. 9-26-1 Kelp Wanted. WANTED Experienced bookkeeper, eltiher male or female. Gary Street Railway Co Gary, Ind. 9-16-12 'rz z z i neai tstate Bargains Here Is a Good Bargain Immediate Possession. tko.m i w n ; no AbMv-S MEN IS: 1 R OTI--Al.l.V NFW AM) NOW VACANT. THE IIDI.'SE AL.oNE CORED Not EE PC RLP - TE P TopA Y F"U $l'50.i, RE." OWNKR IS WIU.I.Nf 1 To SACRIFICE l'OR QUICK. SAUK AT $-3"'! AND WITH ONLY" Jl'" CASH AND $30 PER MONTH, INCLUDING INTEREST. THIS IS A SNAP. Frank J. Wachewicz. Home ol the i.est Home l.arsains. v-ui. ami i iiimiro-r JYes. Rhone 1611 Hammond. 9-23-tf YOUR ATTENTION is cfC'.-d to these particular bargains. Immediate possession can be gun at i nee: Ru: .S-room b I ; Harris. ' t ' Wt-.'.e.. J- ;-.-I!cr. orateo Jtrti in Ku iraiit C-room bunfctlow on I'O H. loi ntar Country Club; ri?ht up to date i.i every detail; must be s.-en to be appreci ated. Terms will buy it. Very !ino (I -room bunfralow; hardwood f.nish thr.mchotif. loeatel near new hijch school, east side Very best construc tion and price is ripht. Good 4 -room bouse en Summer; elec- trie Rsiits no. I a bargain .at irescnt price n t asy i.- rms. AM jnixlerii 3 and ro.ni bungalow: bar '.wood finish throughout, screened thiv.uj.hnut. electric lixtuias. tiio liath room: an ui-to-Oie-minute homo and a real bargain; located near Harrison Park, join eiii. nt to car hne. AsU See th. "so choice listine-- It .c0 ' . . Siatennd TJoinnan Kts. Ph.e HO or 12i;. I'oR Su.I'-rT-riidm house: steam heat ith enraae. 4 122 Hemlock st.. In- .!:ata Harlio,-. I'h. no i;,,.;-it. !-2.1-fi - l'OR S A EE IT use of 7 rooms. ei,n be hih scli.ud. Phone. 242 Hammond. . . I ! lM 'u sAf.K.-2-stry brick flat building ' on S41 Tit.man av... $300 down. ; ?3' monthly : pavmen's l;r rtv bonds .... . . i-.i. ooo :tt now vaeac- an!ay Taul I.ipinski. aifent. 300 Hohman St.. phone Hii. Hamm .nd. U-9-tf I FOR SAI.F" Just completed. 5-room ; modern bunsralow; hardwood floors ', 'b r "Uiiout, l::t.h.ti cah-inet. l.i.ni.'.i y ! ' ?, side wi'hin on- 1.1...1 Ime; evcptiona'ly lo'. price; i icail fi!i pa merit, balance like p..t.t. ! 4ii,ammod "' V-2,Mf I'oR SALE 10 ac?.-s of timber land in S. E. corner of Rake Co. on Kankakee j . river: re h well drained, ash end:1 mat h, ijoo er: p-ie,. y..r acre. Ttank I !.- 1.1, I .0 .tt Ind. 9-21-1 F ) R SAI.i: Grocery and mirk.'! a Calumet. East Chicago; reason foi s.liir:; do about 1 3.'"'i worth f busi- .n'h;v. Addre'-s C. G., Tine-s ! Ha in mond. I II!, ' I East Inquire 45" Ja r'ng: sve. is". S-23 .1 ! T'ot' SAI.t: At India tin Harbor, r no 2 i fat 1 u: o i i t:s". 4 looms .and bath in each Met: mo.b-Mi i.x.ept h.-at; r-nts for $4a p- r m"ii': Will sell at reasonable price ol .... . . .- T.,-. ltf ('-.It IO...r.o T . i I r ! r ., ,. 4j 9-2." I ! R SARIN- 7-ro ni Hid water in houe Use; ejec lie liaht , with an acre of .ind. barn, t'lanary. fruit Maes, chick- i ........ ",'! e.M , 1.1,. c ! Address F. 15.. Times. 9-23-7 FOR SALE 1 !9 acres, one mile from I.aw'on ami Is n.iks fr. in Kaiama.. o. ; ! Mich., on mairv line of M. C. ;:.; 'i.i 1 I aep.-e black land. 15 acres timber, bal- ancc sao.l. l.-ata: 3-t .om bungalow, barn ::"x I" with cattle shod and tool h-ms..-! attach". 1. chick, n iioiise aoti windmill; ilocaied on main road. Will iii'ht.ie for .o:o'k sale .. ..s, i head youiiK cattle, ; t.-am horses, farm implements and about i ; t.-ns ha. Price :.. W. K. M. -i tleorv. 22a I'-trnn rs Ttust Rblt-.. S . ; P. ml. Ind. 9-25-1 Miscellaneous. ra PEP.H A NG ING and T ainting; pood worK fit j.as.,na!iie p ri c. s. i ;irl 'i-r- mitt, i pi Mi Hammond. iiittan avi Phone 1429 i-31-lm VAMTIKS liavini; furniture to move but. Hammond and Richmond, Munsie. Frunkfort. Indiannpulis ,.r any town u i! ill!) f.O Toib-S frail! T II d .M 1:1 Tn ,1 1 u .... 1 ; 'Is. iP Car'.-y Transfer 'o. 1'hone Ham- mot.! b . 9 I'T cheap ra"es. 9-lD-U' ! AVIEL EX' 'i i A N ', I .o., b-. t-r k iod sto, ks persona! property. autotnooi I'H. or w.-ia;. .,ai rK. (',, 111 First Nat'l Ri;. J::di?.. Han.moml 9-17-7 APT- OP R1LE PAINTING. Satisfaction a a ra n t ee i. Aut. tops jJl"N'i Al'Tn P INT A- Top go t7n.in.s2 H.hmati St. o-2-l -1 f . . GUARANTEED ROOFING. we app.y re, r.no er 11 t....r .i.ir over old shingles: also frrnvel Roofing and repairing. x' us on snyth.ng in the Roofing line. Cal iraet P.oofing- Co. Pliones 457-2S55. IJooia 27 R.'mbach Rldg. Hamniuwl. 6 -25 flies, thur-sat-tf For Sals Miscellaneous FOR SALE My business, an establih- . J ed hot.d of 10 rooms and rest a iir;ui t, at 575 Fie'. is ave. Pareain tf sold at onee. ICeason for viiric drafted. Ap I ' ply to J. v. 1 visas at ar.ove midress 9-24-5 H'" your sewintc machine does not work riht. call up F. 1". Mi'b r, th.- expert. l-:1 State St. Phone 1790. Estima furnished free. Work Ruaranteed. 9-25 1 ROOFING SALE 4500 rolls 2-p'i.v slate surfaced roonne- lie autiliil designs. Red. ercn or silver gray. .ianuiacttire-i Dy Gird t sor Guaranteed ra years be sold at k-ss ' -'A',,, or ,,,i,t .o',':'' ..... , C a " i Co. Every roll in perfect condition with exception of out.-ido wrappers and la- DelS. -NOW on Male. EMXL IINAS I 612-614 Oakley Ave. Hammond. I Phone orrtee 22aj. Phone Kts. 2457. ! I'lior for sanipt's. FoR SAI. lar;ralu. barb.-r shop out- fit: 2 chairs. 2 French plate mirrors combination wash basin with heater; all in good condition. Inquire Engineer, Hammond Building. -17-l Wp "Rtiv T.lhPT.V "rTOTlfls fnr J . Cash. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. Open eve nings. JULIUS FRIEDMAN & COMPANY. 4C0S VTorsytbe Are, Bant Caklrav. Fbone S3. FOR SALE Roll top desk, all kinds of mason contractor tools, also iron beams, angle iron and new window frames and sash. 424 Dauglns ave.. West Hammond. 9-24-5 FOR SALE 5-room leather parlor suite. library tabla and wardrobe: good as new. 327 Grapevine St., Indiana Har bor, lad. " 9-25-2 For Sale Miscellaneous. Oct the habit; pay less; buy for ish; at the Hammond Furniture Co., 242 E. State street. Look for the doc iv in center of sign J. Arkin, 7-23-lnvi : FOR SALE Unredeemed Diamonds and Railroad wat.rhfts. Lesser'3 Reliable Loan Bank, 65 State Street, Hammond. Open e venings. 4-18-tf NOTICE. 25i" fancy pigeons Pouters, Homers swallows. I an Tails. I amnanx and Tum blers. 32 1 Rnltituore St.. Hammond, near el Miirdcr ti s. 3-24-4 v.. i . j-.i,r. roir rie?iiuipr str.'es, one roner lop desk and one small store saie. jst utKhiand ave.. Hammond. 9-24-3 NON-SKID T1HES. Eist Price. Our Price ::"X3 Jlti.oO J12.25 30x"t 22. 7S 16.50 STAN DA KD OUARHSTEED 3500 M1I.ES. These are heavy constructed, clean. fresh, licr-fkid t!re- with even layers fKbriit o:ii-h&If inc'.j r::"e ku.!1 tec. iicfe . i.'Mi rtit u.- ('; : t .- "ikrkct. : -i hR.sn v tip e i . -t!2 liolit!.j.n at., Hatr.ii.uiic. -2L-lo-L3 8EWING MACKTNTT yiATlCATNS AT F. C. illl.I.En'S, 1K3 State St.. Hammond. Tnd. 6 almost new (PJ Sitier 3 and 7 drawer Drophea.ls. $23 to ?2V 5 very ii 1 Droihead AAl.ife shuttle machines from $10 up. in New Home. Wheeler & Wilson Drooheads. !?'' up. Also 23 reduced I'.oua;. White- used in th'1 Summer Schools, $2." e.cli. Call up lTtMi it jmi can't call per sonally. 9-23-1 FOR SAT. E i.lns ranee and soft coal heater and bed with springs and mat tress. 4H9 Hickory si., Hamiiioad. 9-2t;-l FOR SALE White poodle pup: house broke. Ini'iuire. at 3S4 Morton et., Hammond. 9-2U-1 FOR SALE CHEAP Workine horses. vVest Side Ice Co.. M!4 N. Ho;, no ave., Chicago. 9-20-ti SPECIAL Cash Bargain for El'idaV - Two-Hole New LaUudl'V StOVO, AVOTtll 0.50. Sliecial, l.o); IlOt (lellVCre'l. ! T I ni n in . . 1 I, mniii lit.. . M . 1 1 il 111 1 I lol I' 1 I 111 1111 lilt NO., 0 T, .... c-. r . , . I J4J Statf ST., .I. ArUlll. i - r o i 1 1 .miiri.t. ;.---l aiuii.ii a . FOR SALE Peninsular heater; troorl condition: ur.-d short time. I'h..ii In diana Harbor ti'.9 J. f-2 j -1 LEGAL NOTICES. -MINISTR ATe.irS NOTICe'of SARE OF J'ERSONAE PROPERTY. The uiolersinod, administrator of the rlna ' a no .state has been ordered i t sell, as an entirety the contents of j the rooms used by the late i:. rtlta i 1 ayne, in her Icdsinff bouse business. In tlio Masonic Temple Ruilding. and also to sol', is an entirety, the top tents of the rooms s.. ns. d by Ivr in the ! Scl.loer tiuilditiK. Ir.terestcd persons are VI O? themspp.pq iviMSf. s.p. i'o-J.'M- to th., r.articular i,r.,,i-rty V. le s old. r.;.l submit ohcrs to the undersigned. The s;!le will, in (oil instance, be for cash, or for one-half cash 'and the h!- I Btl.'.l o l ef i..f,.. x months. wiMi i! per flit interest with approved s'irety. Written bids uiil be received Ii.'Swomi 30 a. m. and 12 m n Saturday. s rtem- ber 2X. 191S. at f.y oHlce. Ill Sibley r! "'""""" ln" N H 'I p RAS EMM ERETNG. 9-23-3 -Vimmist rat it. NOTICE TO NON-PESIDENT. THE STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COFNTT. IN THE LAKE SEPERIOR K'fllT. SEPT EM PER TERM. 131.. HAMMOND FINANCE AND DE VELOPMENT COMPANY. A COR PORATION. VS. JOSEPH S. ROI1 HI.YS. FT AL i'AI'SK No. 176OO. ACTION TO opiET TITLE. Now comes the Piaintill" by L. V. Crnya-ris, attorney and files its complaint h.T.d toRetluT w it'u an affidavit of a competent person, show int.- that the de fendants Josej.h S. Robbins. Mrs. Joseph S. Robbins. his wife, whose true chris tian name Is unknown. J. Henry Krause. Mrs. J. Henry Krause, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Jake Zarobinsky, Mrs. Jake Zarohinsky, bis wife, whose true christian name is un known. Edward Raniseh. Mrs. Edward Ranisch, his wi.fe, whoso true christian nam" is unknown. Splro Ganas. Mrs. Spiro Ganas. bis wife, whose true chris tian name is unknown. Sarantos G?tnas, Mrs. Sarantos Ganas. bis wife, whoso true christian name is unknown, Philip Chrisn nt bos. Mrs. Phi'ip Ohrisanthos, his wife, whose true christian nmn.' is unknown. Sam Chris.au! bos, Mrs. Sam i.'hri -am has. his wit... whose true chris tian name is unknown. lar-i Finc-rnia n, Mrs. Israel Fitierman. his wife, w hose true christian name is unknown. S Sit bcrsfein. whose true christian nanm is unknown, Mrs S. S'i!b"rsteln. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Mary D. Maim. Mann, her hus band, whose true christian n-unc is un known. Jach Sohn. Mrs. Jacob Sohn. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Alexander Razynski. Frances Razynski, bis wife, Georee Kisiel. Airs. George Kisiel. his w if e. w hoso true christian name is unknown. Ese Colfond, Mrs. Ese Gelfond. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Mike Spiegel. Mrs. Mike Spiegel, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. William J. Glover. Jr.. Mrs. William J. Glover, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Samuel Polleyea, Mrs. Samuel Polleyea. bis wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Morris Pol- ink. Mrs. Morris Poliak. bis wif, whose 'rue christian name is unknown. A!x- 1 nnde-r Ptiilipow 1C7 Mrs. Alexander Philipowiez. bis wife, whose true chris- ,,., .., Ulhinv Vcirt.lis Mrs. Anthony Zvirbiis. his w i'e, whose tru christian name is unknown. Mike m... miw r-..., h, "'",.'.""' , ' ' true chr'.s'ian name is utovi-ov.;1, Ike N. Rapaport. lira. Ike N. Itapaport, his wife, whose true christian name is un known. Alphonue W. Huber, Mrs. Al phonse W. Huber. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Theodor Hochstetter, Mrs. Theodor Hochstetter, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Fred V. Luna, Mrs. Fred V. Luna, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, John H. Windbiel. Mrs. John H. Windbiel, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Mary Carlson. Carlson, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown, Gus Escherich, Mrs. Gus Escherich, his wife, whose true christian name is un known. Betsie Peterson, Peter son, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown, Annie Gill, Gill, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown. Clyde Gardner, Mrs. Clyde Gardner, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. David H. Struthers, Mrs. David H. Struthers, his w i.f e. whose true christian name Is un known, Elmer Dwigglns, Mrs. Elmer Dwigpins, his wife, whose true chris tian name is unknown, Robert S. Dwipr gins, Mrs. Robert S. DwigBins, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Jay Dwipgins. Mrs. Jay Dwiftgins, his wife, whose true christian name Is un known, Mary Wychoff, WychofT, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown. Gustave Peil, Mrs. Gus tavo Peil, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Annie Geragrhty, Geraghty, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown, O. F. John son, whose true christian name is un known. Mrs. (). F. Johnson, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. W. C AVithlniston, whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. W. C. Wlthing ton. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, S C. Reedy, whose true christian name is unknown. Mrs. S. C Reedy, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, R. E. Everett, whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. R. E. Everett, his wife, whose true chris tian name is unk'nown, J. W. Home, whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. J. W. Tlorne, his xvi,fe, whose true christian name is unknown, XV. R. How erton, whose true christian name is un known, Mrs. AA". R. Howerton, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. F. E. Peck, whose true christian name is unknown. Mrs. F. E. Peck, his wife. n-hos true christian r.amfe Is unknown. H. H.ar:-i ion. -?hO:;e f rno r itri. lian o.jr.t. ; uukr.ow;,, Mrs. !H. ... liari if a a hit; wife, whose 1 1 t:e cl.ri-i.aii r.ame is. unknown, Thomas V. Nance, Sirs. Thomas F. Nance, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, ,M. M. Emery, whose true christian name is unknown. Mrs. M. M. Emery, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Elsie Peck, - - Peck, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown, J. C. Joralemen, whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. J. C. Joralemen, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, George MeOall. Mrs. George McCall, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. J. G. Roland, whose true christian name is unknown. Mrs. J. G. Roland, his wife, whose true chris tian name is unknown, Andrew Mc Givney and Mrs. Andrew MoGivney, his wife, whose true christian name is un known, Robert H. McOhee, Jlrs. Robert H. McGhee, his wife, whose true chris tian name ii unknown, Milton R. Hart, Milton R. Hart. Trustee for the un known h irs of Aaron N. Hart and Martha R. Hart, both deceased. Theo dore E. Htlberg, Mrs. Theodore E. Hel burg, bis wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Henry C. Doven muehle, Mrs. Henry C. Dovenmuehle, his wife, whose true christian name is un known, William I'apas. Mrs. William Papas, bis wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Redmond D. Walsh, Mrs. Redmond D Walsh, Ills wife, whose true christian name is unknown, F. J. Iicwes, whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. F. J. Dewes, his wife, whose true christian name js unknown, George ruka, Mrs. George Duka, his wfe, whose true christian name is un known. Jennet te Harrison. Harrison, I. or husband, whose true chris tian name is unknown, Silas Meehan, j Mrs. Silas M. Inn, bis wife, whose true j christian name js unknown. Louise jStieglitz. May Ruck. Ruck, her j husband, whose true christian name is 1 unknown, John R. G'onan. Mrs. John Tt. iGoti.an. his wife, whose true christian name p unkii.o-.-ti, Theresa M Kitc'nell, ; EtMii.-.i. tor b.usiia ;i.I. v. .:o:- true c'.t-i-tiar i.a : i 1... known, ,i it. ' It. Smith. M t Hugh R. Si th " is wife. whose true ohrisi.iit mime is tii.,.nown. Edward Reck. Mrs. Edward Reck, bis wife, whose tru christian name is un- I known. Lake shore Sand Company, a I c .-.oral ion. Joseph R Woodruff. Mrs. Joseph R. Woodruff, his wife, whose tine christian name is unknown. David IX. Gar'.;.tid. Mrs David D. Garland, his wife, whose true christian name is un known, Robert J. Jenkins. Airs. Robert .1. Jenkins, his wife, whose true chris tian name is unknown. Sarah ''. Li"b, Lieh. her husband, whose true i-bri-tian name Is unknown. James F. Smith, Afrs. James Smith, his wife, whose true Christ hut name is unknown, E. H. Smith, whose true christian name Is unknown, Mrs. E. H. Smith, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Georee J.-. Harding. Assignee, Enos Glossen. Mrs. Enos Glossen, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, O. J. Gaisser. whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. G. J. Gaisser, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Fannie Metelmann. Mefelmann, her husband, whose true christian name is unknown, Joseph Collins, Mrs. Joseph Collins, his wife, who.se true christian name is unknown, W. H. Meier, whose true christian name is unknown, Mrs. W. H. Meier, his wife, whose true chris tian nam" is unknown, George Earle, Mrs. George Earle. his wife, whose true christian name Is unknown. McCutcheon Decorating Company, a corporation, Wil liam F. Rohn. alias William F. Balm, Mrs. Willinm F. Rohn. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Eliza beth Z. M Warberg. Warberg. h. r husband, whose true christian name is unknown, George Ella Nelson. Mrs. George' Ella Nelson, h.s wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Frank A. Kuoaba. Mrs. Frank A. Kucaba, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Mnrgareih Flemmlngs. Flem- mings. her husbi id, whose true chris tian name is unknown. Conrad Trier, Mrs. Conrad Trier, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Herman Loo (Tier, Mis. Herman Loeffkr, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, Wiiiam L. Ludwig. Mrs. William L. Ludwig, his wife, whoso true christian name is unknow n, Anna M. Keller, Keller, her husband, whose truo christian name is unknown, J. F. Lawr ence, whose true christian name is un known. Mrs. J. F. Lawrence, his wife, whose true christian name is unknown. Ferdinand Volk, Mrs. Ferdinand Volk. his wife, whose true christian name if unknown. Lawrence Knight. Mrs. Lawr ence Knight, his wife, whose true chris tian name is unknown, John Jedinak and Mrs. John Jedinak. his wife, whose true christian name is unknown, not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are 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 tlv-y appear ar.l answer cr de mur thcr-Mn. at the calling of said cause, on the 2nd day of DeceuaLr A. D. 191S. the same being the 2nd day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held in the Court House. Room No. 1 at Ham mond, in said County and State on the 2nd Monday of November A. D. 131S. said action will be heard and determined in their absence. In Witness Whereof. I hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 26th day of September A. D. 1915. HERBERT L. WHEATON. Clerk L. S. C. Sept. 26-Oct. 3-10 191S. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTT OF LAKE S3. NO. 17083. LAKE SU PERIOR COURT. MAY TERM, 191S. INDIANA HARBOR LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY. A CORPORATION. VS. THOMAS COSTINO ET AL. By virtue of an order of sale to me ' directed from the Clerk of the Lake a, . .s. . i ... - c, .. . t ...11 -. , - I urruui V-OUli, 1 Will eJlose TO p'iOUC Bale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the east door of the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, on Sat urday, the 19th day of ir-i oh.-r. 13 is. between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. m., tin: reins and profits for a period not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot nine- (9) in block forty-four (44), in Indiana Harber, being a subdivision in fractional sections fifteen (15) and twenty-two (22), township thirty-sever. (37) rorth. range nine (3 west, of the second principal meridian. In the County of Lake and State of Indiana. If said renta and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said de cree, interest end costs, I will at the snme time and place oger for sale the fee simple in and to said real estate, or so much thereof as may be suflicient to satisfy said Judgment, interest, cos's and accruing costs. Said sale will be made without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Taken as the property of Thentaa Cos tino et al at the suit of Indiana Harbor Lumber and Coal Company, a corpora tion. LEWIS E. BARNES, Sheriff Lake County, Indiana. W. B. Van Home, Attorney for Plain- I tiff. 9-26-10-3-10 ! Tre47 "! rt vt i-y i-innM'W'.r-M,, W IX ILlx iU IL1 X;": Cons timers mujt Inry their "Winter fttvp$r of Coal" diirirg the Spv'mg and Sirmntur far , 4ora if Pxodixcttott to It; m uuL at- a. maximum and the country orubluil to avoid a seritw Coal sliortaxV tKw VintcrV w i. rvL rriT-A7f(t-Ts' ?OE Y01T BUT NOW FOR THE WINTER MONTHS TO REPAY Your Loan nt efral Rate of Interest. 52.00 is the mo. payment on $ 30 $2.50 is the mo. payment on 5 3a $5.00 Js the mo. payment en J100 On Furniture, Pianos. Victrolas. Live Stqck and Office Fixtures without removal. REMEMBER There are no Charges or Extras. ONLY 3ijT, INTEREST. Private and Confidential. Provident Loan Cc. Rooms 3-4. Panama Bidg. J4-!0 East Sta;e Street. rr Orr-.-oi T' . r:.o- 22 n. - . .'. " To Times Subscribers. Effective September 30 The War Industries Board has in structed all newspapers to dis continue mailing their papers to subscribers whose subscriptions are not paid in advance. This is a war conservation order and as such, it will be strictly obeyed by THE TIMES. This means thai all mail sub scribers who are delinquent, no matter how short the time, must pay the amount due and renew their subscriptions for a definite period, paying therefor in ad vance, or their papers must be stopped on September 30. Sub scriptions expiring after Sep tember 30 must be stopped on day the subscription expires un less renewed previous to that date. If your subscription has ex pired, or will expire before Sep tember 30, or if you are paying subscriptions for papers being mailed to soldiers or other friends, please do not fail to make renewals before present date of expiration. THE TIMES NEWSPAPERS, R. C. Pierce, Circulation Mgr. j The classified page constitutes a clearing house of "White Elephants." JMost people have a white elephant a discarded article which either has served its purpose or for other reasons is not earning its room. Every white elephant of yours has a cash value to some one. A want ad will find a buyer for a few cents. IBHM-Hll v 3gl W. C. G, S. SEEN BY m l LEGGINGS Lieut, fur-phy, Once a Private, Tells What It Meant In His Life. JOY OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP. War Camp Community Service, He Says, Is "the Most Smashing Ar gument That the Nation Is Beilnd Her Sons." GratlteJe Is the nnlTersal reward of War Carcp Community Service given by the enlisted men for whom It cares. Rnt rarely Is this jjratltufle to feelingly expressed as In tiie follow ing letter -written by Lieut. Dempster O. Murphy, Company C, GSlet BatUl ica, C. ft., Tub Corpa, t Caip Oolz, Ft, ii ChsTieg TV. Dfiwson, lki r?p r Mr,taf!Tc. v.'. f". r. s? : ' lft jvt.i a cP-iJ-an ul I thonasfct: 'Xte War Camp Cc truunity Service ! cnquestloDably a good and necessary thing.' I write you now a soldier, an officer, It Is true, but I began an en listed man and for months I lived Bt d breathed and thought and cursed and prayed as an enlisted man. Tonight, then, I have a different viewpoint a more comprehensive viewpoint than I had as the youth who saluted you ln farewell last Saturday before Christ mas. And tonight I say: 'The War Camp Community Service is the most smashing and convincing argument thus far disclosed that the Nation Is behind her pons ln the war.' "I have known the h-vi'.ated feeling that goe3 hand find hand with the pri vate's uniform, and I have felt the 'well, people won't understand If I go to this party, or to that theater, or to the other dance, In canvas leggings.' I h.ive known these things but, oh, Charlie, I have known n'.so the great joy that comes to a man of this sort when sweet, jrra' io'.'.s. women throw pn their hol ies to hii.i, ask him to sit and break bend wi;h them and, with their men, ' xtend to him the de cent hand of good fellowship. "In Atlanta I wi's a sergeant. I know not one person in that city. Without ever roroipg into direct con tact with a AV:n- Camp Community Service worker I came into daily touch with their work I rubbed, elbows with their personalities. I relaxed and wrote letters home In the charming club operated by the Hotarlans under supervision of the War Camp Com munity Fervlce. I met worth whil people of Atlanta there ln an easy way for It Is easy for one to meet another on common ground. At their dances I saw only the highest type of Arnerlenn worrvibnod. At chrirch I wt - lcav-Ia I.v " 'el hoiuii to dJr.-er b. st ' ; i - -. f.-.-i j : '- r ' V. : wth v,- o.j J -i ,.-.,orted fhe sot - tx- ; '-'- . s .c,1 i i.i nosi .m. - ach occasion the reason i.r t'-.j prf;ct hospitality and usually carae ttie an swer: 'The War Camp Community Service workers keep after us through the papers and ln many other ways. They are educating us to the fact that you soldiers are not more r.or less than distinguished guests within our gates.' "I want to help, and If I can a,1 any small bit I shall welcome the op. portunitj- gratefully.' One Soldier's Prophecy. The War Camp Community Service for the War Dc-partment and Navy Department Commission;? on Training Camp Activities has its files full of te, timonials from soldiers, sailors and marines, from commending officers, colonels, captains, lieutenants, noncom missioned ofticers and men in th ranks, but noi.d received recently has pleased Its executive officers as much as that from a private ln the 306th Engineers, who was entertained at the EDllsttd Men's Club ln Jacksonville, Fla. "The same spirit which Is backing this Club," he wrote, "is going to back the Hlndeoburg line into Berlin." LIBERTY CELL IN VIEW DAILY. Independence Hall, famed as a shrine of patriotism, has been opened conttnnowsly so that Fo!3!ers. pallors and all other Philadelphia visitors imrv enter the old building ami see the boll which rang out for libeity. Hitherto It has been the custom to close the building on Sundays through July and August, but it is Sunday, according to the War Camp Community Service, which takes the most soldiers an sailors to the city, and Independence Hall Is their first choice of Bights to see. When the War Camp Community ! Service discovered that the obstacle I was :' e twelve dollars a day expense ! In providing guards for the nlace this j difficulty vus removed In short order. j i MAKING USE OF THE HUNS. At the old Hafel Eariington Unit Ko. 5 of the New York War Camp Community Service, there is some very satisfying furniture. Why espe cially satisfying? Ask any soldier, sailor or marine who has followed the Invitation of the sign "W. C. C. S." over the hotel door. He will promptly tell you that It is real luxury to sink: down Into chairs anrl divans from the Vaterland and other interned German ships, i-d when it comes to playing a rjtjlet game of pinochle on Hun poker tables well, it is rttuiuiUi to days cX rtal sport. - P? ife., ecMOowtJ now see -wko ' re riftRw- Should b cuD iuFHCE.Mn.Y 1QRIT WILL MOT KEEP PUT W1LI MOULD Complete instructions for noma canning and drying will be sent to the readers of this papr spoa appli cation to tb National War Cardon CommittioD, Waig-ton, D. C, -doting two-cent stamp for postage.