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December 28. 1018.
THE TIDIES. . Pai?e Five- Classified. .Advertisements L A charg-e of 10 cents for collection will b mid for all classified advertise, meats phoned to this office and not paid JrfeiILveay8' ""Wanted--Male'Help WANT KD ilen to work on section. 3ic per hour. Apply to I. H. Ti. section foreman at Republic, Orassellt. 1 Yard. Gibson, or Roadmaster n ne west Hammond. ll-.9-tr. WANTED Laborers. Ap- nlv Northern Ind. Gas & Klee. Co. power house, East -.! 12-21-6 VHMiiilO. WA NTU.P -liov. must be well rerom m"n.i.'a i". J. Lesser. GO State st.. ILir.nnor.d. 12--t5-tf. WANTED Driver for milk 'Snn 1 t.oiio 422 Hammond. C.erard I'H'ry '"p.. Hammond. 12--b-.it. WANTED 2 time clerks good opportunity for competent part v. Address C. S. Fletcher, Standard Steel Car Co., Hammond. 12-2T-2 WAKTEIV-We need laborers; good pay. Illinois Coal Co. 830 West Stat St.. West Hammond. I'hone 2.4 and loL 12-36-.. t. WANTED Short order cook, mtrht work Gibson Y. M. O. Salary $!H. Koom and board. Phone Hammond 2684. WANTED Telegraph op erator; third tri-k: tower work; salary 48c per hour. Apply A cent Erie Railroad. Hammond. WANTED Two automo bile mechanics. The Auto mobile Construction & Re pair Co.,-. 152 Fayette street, Hammond. WANTED Men' for steady work: good pay. Metals Refining Co. Osborne, Ind. 12-27-tf WAVTED 15 men for trucking and piling bean nlant at the o!d Hammond Packing plant. Inter State Ptoraae. Forwarding Co.. State Line and l aUinift river. Hammond. 7"' ,' WANTED Laborers for work in ear barn. 43c. per hr. Hammond, Whiting and East Chicago Railway Com pany. Hammond. "b -MEN Age 17 to 55. Experience unnec- farv Travel; make secret investigation-: reports. Salaries; exrneses. Mnerican Foreign Detective Agency 2ol St. Louis. WAN'TEP Shoe salesman. Nadge- Ilaminond. 12-28-2t. VGENTS WANTED Experienced can " vassers. Men or write to i red Cocf er, C2 Broadway. Gary. Ind. l.--S-ot. WANTED Laborrs for transferring freight; 39c pr. hr. Apply Geo.. Pierce, Foreman, JJougias anu r.ru; tracks, Hammond. 12-2S-tf VNTEP Chauffeur and mechanic. Apply 545 Holmian St.. Hammond. Help Wanted. WANTED Men and women, steady work. Chapin & Co. I. H. B. tracks and Columbia Ave. Hammond. L;-C3-3t MEN! 'WOMEN! Earn $50 to f,l weekly f ellinp new i keepsake) photo Service. Flajr with soldiers- Fortran in star. Write for territory Photo Serv ice Flag Ox. Scott Place. Pittsburg la. For Rent Furnished Rooms IOR RENT Furnished rooms for light house keeping. 4.14 Indiana nvjp--Phone 2139 Ha.mmond. 12-2-"t. "fc'OR HE N'T 2 furnished vums for Uht. housekeeping-. 520 Wilcox svr, Hammond. 12-. i--t. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms with heat and electric light: no children. S28 Walter St.. Hammond. 1 2-27-21. PGR KENT Furnished 2-room light housekeeping apartment. heat and light furnished. I'hone HS.M, Hammond ! 2-27-31. rOK KENT Desirable light housekeep ing rooms. r.O'j P( tin. ave., Indiana Harbor. 12-28-11. FOR KEVT Light housekeeping: wras; no children. 2"3 Indiana ave Ham mond. 12-28-21. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for lifthl housekeeping. IS Flummer ave.. Hammond. 12-23-2L FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 414 Hickory St.. phone Hammond 2550. 12-28-lt ICR RENT Hot water heated sleeping room for couple with kitchen privilege 86 Calumet ave.. Hammond. 12-2-tt. FOR RENT 3 light housekeeping rooms 296 Fayette St., phone 2jt." Ham mond. 12-28-lt. FOR RENT Furnished room. 78 4 S. Hohman St.. Hammond. 12-28-tf, FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping- at 244 Michigan ave.. cor. Oakley. Hammond. !2-2-H. I OR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 7" 4 Oakley ave.. Ham mond. 12-2 5-lt. FOR RENT 2 rooms for light house keeping with hot water heat. 6" State Mn St. 12-2 j-lt. Wanted to Buy. Government Bonds Any Issue bought for highest cash price EDW. FRANKEL 8ng W". 6?.rd st.. 2nd floor, near Halstend. Open daily. also Tues., Thurs.. Sat. nights. Sunday mornings. 11-2 l&30 Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTED Expert ac countant has spare time to audit, open and close books, install systtms. prepare tax reports, keep small sets, price r-a-i eonable. Write, Accountant. Times, i:-23-7u Wanted Female Help WANTED lOdO ladies to come, in and et th newest and best hats of the reason at the most modest prices. Sat in and fur Hats, pressed beaver at low er prices than Chicago. Ruy at home. H. 184 State St.. Hammond. 11-14-tf. WANTED tJirl; good position for riht party. Apply Nassau & Thompson. East Chicago, . li-ll-tf. WANTED Clerk in hardware store; must have, selling experience; no evening work. H. J. Herkner. :i 7 i'hIu met ave.. Hammond. 12-20-tf. WANTED 2 middle aged women for janliress work. Frank S. Fietz Co.. Hammond. . 12-23-21. WANTED At once, steno grapher, thoroughly ex perienced, accurate ami neat, highest wages paid. Write. A 1, Times, Hammond. W.vNTED licud middle iied "inn to help with work: one kind to children; good hi toe ti l rinht party, l'hunc In- ! clina liarnior r.56J. lr-26-:U WANTED 2 exp rienced waitresses, good wages. Paris r s! aura tit . 4714 Forsyth ave. East Chieaii . 12-26-ot. WANTED 25 binderj'- girls, experi enced and girls to learrj Steady work, big wager. Special positions to girls who have worked for us be fore. War jobs will soon be over. Get a steady, perma nent position and good pay while you can. 48 hours per week, commencing at 8 o'clock, Satuiday afternoons off. Our bonus system that adds to your wages. W. B. CONKEY CO. Hammond. WANTED-r-Uirl or woman for house work; hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Hood wages. Tel. Hammond 15ii. 12:2tf WANTED Waitress, Cal umet Ivestaurant, 707 Chi- j cago ave., E. Chicago. 1---'-J WANTED Woman for light housewojk who can cook to go home nights. Apply G2j S. Hohman St., Hammond. 12-27-2t. WANTED Serub woman. Calumet ' Restaurant, 707 Chicago avenue. 12-27- WANTED Dining room girl at the! Sternberg- restaurant. 3313 Michigan ave., phone 7 79M. Indiana Harbor. 12-27-3t. WANTED Married women: steady work; good pay. Hammond Laindry Co. 12-27-tf. WANTED Girl for general housework: no washing; small family. I'hone 336ti 60 Glendale Park. Hammond. 12-27-3t. WANTED 50 girls to grade beans. The Bean plant at the old Hammond Pack ing plant. The Inter States Storage & Forwarding Co.. State Line and Caliirneit river, , Hammond. 12-27-2t. LADIES Earn $13 weekly at home tn spare time addressing and mailing our music and circular letters. Sond 25c in silver for 50c sample copy and par ticulars. Postal Music Co., 40.1 Green wood Bid., Cincinnati O. Musia Dept. 12:7:3 WANTED Young llady stenographer with at least one year experience in general office, worn; siaie. salary vm-iitu and experience. Box. M lull, 1 lines llum mond. 12-25-tf. WANTED Woman for light housework who can cook, to go home nights. Apply Schol, 633 S. Hohman -st.. Ham mond. l.-.s-2t. WANTED Girl in confectionery store,. Reference required; good wages. Ham mond Candy Co.. 12-2S-3t. WANTED Colored woman for day work. 1SS Plummer ave. Hammond. 12-S-2t. WANTED 10 yr. old girls for office work and mailing circulars. .Frank JS. Betz Co. 12-2S-3t WANTED Dishwasher. Majestic res taurant, Hammond. 12-2S-2t. For Sah? Automobiles. FOR SALE Stodehaker Boh Sleith. also pair skid chains for Duel tries. 2!it Indiana ave.. W. G. Wolf. Hammond. J2-26-:.t. FOR SALE 3 pass. Eeo 1917, excellent condition. Will demonstrate. Call at fiS," Hoffman St.. Hammniid. 12-2-31 Wanted to Rent WANTED 2 or 3 modern housekeeping rooms for two; centrally located. Phone ,?27W Hammond.1 and loae ad dress. 12-27-St. W A XTET "on pie without children to j shere modern t;-room burgalow: soulli .sbie. H d Park addition. 123S Harris-j on st.. phone Hammond "277. 12-2--2l.i Room and Board. ROOM WITH BOARD ir middle aged lady employed. Phone Hammond 2,13j 121 Williams st. 12-2-3t Lost and Found. LOST The party is known that picked up pocket book, money. watch and Billable receipts in E. C. Minns store about 4 p. ni. Kindly return to 1127 Jackson st.. or C. &- O. hotel. Liberal reward and no questions asked. 12-2ti-3t. LOST Irish terrier; disappeared Mon day; answers to name of Mike. Phone Indiana Harbor 359M. 12-27-St. LOST One small brown bull pup with white markings and a narrow collar; answers to name of "Sport." Please re turn to 1012 Hyslop street, Hammond, for reward. 12-27-;'t. THK PARTY TtlAT TOOK hand painted Halt and pepper shakers off of counter at Hankforth's Hat Shop, Hammond, re turn at one to avoid trouble as they are) known. 12-"7-tf. j LOST Two Times hooks and cards j between Crantrer-Whit.jker Karaee. and Tri-City Electrir. Return to! (Jransrer-Whitaker ttarafre. Reward. LOST Silvr Airdale dor. Sunday. Dec. :2nd: small sear over rfirht eye; lib eral reward. I'hone 681 Hammond. 12-28-4t. For Sale Mot ovcles. SECOND HAND MOTORCYCLES. All makes. Singles an! Twins. The largest Stock la Laka County. ..:. 1 on i'nsv -v n- n s. EXCEI.SIOE SffOTOKCirCI.E SALES KOOM. 239 State St. Phone 2498. Real Esiate Bargains LET US TRY TO SUIT YOUR WANTS What 3 beltr tiian u homo for a New Years gilt. Start the new venr riht and make a hit w th your wife and fam i.y. our oi 'porti.!!i:t Is here. Call and your im-p.-clion ,,f mir rioperticii will convince ..u that tli.-v hit real l.ai gains. Tins is the righl time to buy cheap. cry good fi-room bungiiow on .17 ta ft. nil street tmpro emeuis laid in full, lo cated on High! md St.; modern in every way. wnr leavii g y and will sac rifice. Now. Ili.tOH: part cash. 5-room bungalow, 50 ft. lot: all clear: modern In every detail. nvi Thinking Ci.mniry dub. the .rluo subdivision'. A real home nt $5.r.ila; ca.-v terms. New 7-rooin r.ll-modern bungalow, hardwood rinisn throughout in Ivorv and nnhoijsiiy color sen, me. tile "brfth screens throughout including- front' porch. No r-Mrtts nnd c.nvenient to schools and churches. Located o-i o-i-key ave. Ask tr. sec tins at $1.4V0; terms. CaU 140 or 126 Gostlin, Meyn & Company. Corner State said Hohnian Street Hnrnmond , OR SALE J. Wesley Re. d'a '.hp noma at a bargain. 1'hon 1147-J Hammond. lo-is-if tOR SALE Large modern house; terms. I'htna 2842 Hammond. 11-26-ti'. For Sale Bungalow - No. 0 W. Elizabeth 'street ry owner on premises. A now modern u-roorn bungalow now read" for inspec tion. Come and see. Hammond. 12-13-10 FOR SALE Best bargain in Hammond, 5-roojn modern bungalow. Juft com-pl--t" i. South side. lAccptii'iia ilv casv terms. Phones: 321-2143. Har'gis & Moore. 402 Hammond bldg. 12 .2 Uf FOR SALE- Farms in Starke and lu laski ci'antv. 1ml.. from 4') i) ai res; all w etl improved: i a: '. rn-.s; Some to excb.ange. R.-bt. Hc:ni iZTi Roberts ave.. Whiting, Ind. 12-2S-H. FOR SALE P.uugalow. on car line. best bargain !n Hammond: small pay ment down. RrCan.e small monthly. Good chance to get nice home cheap. 4-4 Indiana ave., phone U4bM. Ham mond. 12-2!-lt. FoR SALE Ideal home, facing Harris on Park, 7 rooms and bath, new and modern. A bargain for quick salt on hail' cash. Address A," Times. Ham mond. 12-s-.;t. WANTED To exchange 1 2-room double house and two lots, located at 725 Jef ferson street. Garv. for farm land near limy. 12-2(i-3t. FOR SALE Two ready to move into bargains now vacant. Can give immediate possession. 6-rooni house on :;5 ft. lot. Summer st.. furnace heat, stationery tubs, elec tric ligats ur.d decorated. Trice J3.20U; part ca?h, balance terms. S-roo.n l'-;.-st.iiy brick house. 32 ft. lot. Bauer st., 1st tloor. oak. furnace heat, electric lights, Ktaticriary tubs, newly decorated, chest of drawers in one bedroom. A dandy home lor $4 5"6; 75ll to $1.0f'0 cash, balance ns rent. ULLRICH & BRICK Phone. 40 26J9 IhmnicnJ Miscellaneous. PAPER HANGINO and painting: work tit reasonable prices. Curl .-r-mitt. 440 'Jdichitfau ave. Phone 1429 Hammond. 8-31-lm Automobile Painting. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hammond Auto Paint and Top Co. 478-SO Ilohman St.. Hammond. 10-lS-tf " ', notice" The Reliable Trans: er Co. has opened a branch office in Gary at 11th and Broadway Sis. Itoily trips are made be tween Gary. Hammond and Chicago. Quick service, prompt deliveries. - and jou help the government to save freight cars. Just call Hammond 25ti2 c Gary 220. 11-4-tf. GRILLE WORK Have your special furniture built here storm doors, storm windows, truck caps and wind shields and all kinds of special work from wood. I'has. Masko. 17 4 Calumet ave.. phone 2P26 Hammond. 12-4-lmo. Wed. Fri. Sat. FOR A POTION Boy 7 years old. Ad dress K. S. care Times. Hammond. 12-27-21. STORAGE BATTERIES Charsed, Rent ed and Repaired. Dempey Battery Serv ice, 318 Fayette St. Phono 2655, Ham'd. BICYCLES. Sold on Easy Payments. A. J. WALZ. 22a State St. Hammond. Phone 2 4 93 1 1-26-tf. NOTICE, FORD OWNERS We have on displav at our salesroom the most nifty winter top for your car: plate glass and 2 ventilating windows; immediate delivery price $-5 installed. Hammond Auto Paint & Top Co., 4i-mj-'jo Hohman st.. Hammond. ll-2t-4t. Automobile Radiator. Repaired and rebuilt. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fenders, hoot's, gasoline ta"ks. Standard Amo Radiator Works, 014-Calumet ave., phono 1150. 11-2-tf. SoG POEMS WANTED Can vou write the "Hit" of the season. A "Hlf noatis thousands of dollars to tlio lucky author. "Vou may be the next one." Solid lis your soiig-p'iem today -e j.ay liberally. Postal Music Co., 403 Green wood t.'tdg.. Cinciniati. O. 12:7:3 Notice, Truck Owner. -We carry a complete stock of Good year S. V." Truck Tires. V. e also have a 230-ton hydraulic press for quick ap j,v service. Lake Co. Au'o Supply. 0 71 S. Ilohman st.. phone 1711, Hammond. 11. A. The;!, Prop. 11-23-lt. WEATHER STRIP Your home if it is hard to heat. Bet ter and cheaper than storm sash. ,J. K. Howeil & Co.. Weatherstrips. Shades and Screens. B. S. Grave, representative tor Hammond. East Chicago, whiting. Phone Hammond. 1204-W; Gary 1!I.I4. D C Wixon. representative for Garv of tice. phone Gary 980. 12-lS-tf. GUARANTEED "ROOFING. We apply red and green RnoririK over old shinties: also Rravel Rooting and repairing- See us on anything ;n the Kooning line. Calrtmet Hoofing Co. Phones A1-Z2')T. Rn .m ?7 P.imbach Bldg.. Hammond. ll-H-tf,-tuei-thur-.sat. The CARMELITE SISTERS of East Chicago nnd Hammond can use several articles of used clothing to ho made over for the orphaned hoys and girls in their rare. Send parcel post to Carmel ite Sisters Convent, Urassclli ave., Kast Chicago. 12-2S--:t. For Rent. FOR RENT Modern T-room flat, con- tainir.tr 4 tied rooms, lm uire at ,Nat ! sju ii Thompson, 800 Chicago ave.. F.ast j Chicago. 12-2j-tf. FOR RENT 5-room flat. ?4S Krt. cor ner of Carroll st. Inquire No. 7 West State St.. Hammond. 12-2fi-2t. FOR RENT House. Phone 999M. Ham mond. 12-28-lt. FOR RENT Modern "-room furnished apartment, private bath and entrance. Phone 114'jM. 424 Indiana ave.. Ham mond. 12-28-lt. For Sale Miscellaneous FOR SALE Unredeemed Diamonds and Railroad :ies. Leaser's Reliable Loan Bank, 65 State Street, Hammond. Open evenings. 4-lJ-tt We Buy Bonds of all kinds for cash. Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. Open eve nings. JULIUS FRIEDMAN & COMPANY. 10 forayth. At Enat Chicago. Phone S3. Get the habit; pay less; buy for cash; at the Hammond Furniture Co. 242 E. State street. Look for the ejock in center of sign J. Arkin, .Mgr. t-21-lmj SPRING WATER. Mrs. Dug.n of :")43 Jiort..n court, has secured th exclusive-right to the Srnnv Hill drove Springs at St. Johns and is prepared to supply Hammond with tabbi water second to none. Price lie per gal., or two gals. 25c. Phone 2;'J7. ll:2o:tf FOR. SALE 3 soft coal heat ins stoves. 1 large. 2 medium. Can be seen in afterm on. 1S4 Hichland St., phone Ham mond 2875. 12-27-2t. FOR SALE Hard ccal etovn; reason able price. t!! Price place. Ham mond. l2-27-3t. FOR SALE Household furniture. 3711 F:r St., Indiana Harbor. 12-27-ot FOR SALE High grade household fur l'lture. William and Mary dininrf room tret, china closet sold separate if desired; davenport. pr!nc-gs bedroom dresser. Spanish leather turitish rock er, child's crib. infants- bassinet. Ice box, kitchen tatde, (irelesn cooker. Call 12 Mason St., or phone 2l23 Hammond. 12-27-2t. FOR SALE Dictophone outfit of dic tating machine, transcribing machine and motor driven shaving machine; practically new and in perfect condition; also multigraph in first class con lliion cheat). Wri".e or phono Mr. Seoileld. Railway Motor Car Co., Hammond, phone Hammond 44. J2-2i-2l. (FOR SALE Pedigreed black Flemish Giant Rabbit. 413 Raring ave., Last Chicago, phone East Chicago 537R. 12-2S-3t. FOR SALE Cash register cheap if ta ken at once at 453 150th st., Hammond. 12-28-lt. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the American Trust & Savings bank will be held at the bank Tuesday, Jan. 7th, 1319, between the hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. in., for the purpose of electing directors. By Order BOARD OF DIRECTOP.S. 12-27-2$. NOTICE. On and after this date I will not be lesponsible for debts contracted by any one except myself. F. DEVAULT, 660 Jessie St., Himmond. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OF LAKE, S3: NO. 16705. LAKE SUPER IOR COURT. NOVEMBER TERM. 1918. HENRY H. MATHER VS. HOME CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. A CORPORATION. ET AL. By vlrlue of an order of sale to me directed from the Clerk of Lake Su perior Court. I will expose to public eale to the highest bidder for cash In hand, at the east door of the Court House In Crown Point, Indiana, on Saturday, the 11th Day of January, 1919, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and four o'clock P. M.. the rents and profils for a period not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate, to-wit: . . Lot twenty-three (23) in Block two (2) In Third Addition to In diana Harbor, being a subdivision in Section twenty-one (21), town ship thirty-seven (37) North, Range nine (3) west of the second princi pal mcrldan, in Lake County, In diana. 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 sal wilt be made -without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Taken as the property of Home Con struction Company, a corporation, et at.. at the suit of Henry H. Mather. LEWIS E. BARNES. Sheriff Lake County. Ind. W. E. Van Home. Att'y for Plaintiff. 12-14-21-2S NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. THE STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COUNT r. IN THE LAKE SL'PCIM ( Ut COURT. NOVEMBER TERM, ; 191?. BARBARA PEES Vis. GILBERT j N. DEES. CAVSE NO. 17S40. AC TION" TO DIVORCE. I Now comes the ruin'tlT by McMahon &: C'onroy. attorneys, and files her rotn nlaln herein. toKfther -with an affidavit (of a competent r.erpon. showing- that the. defendant, Gilbert N". Pees, is not a resi dent of the rotate: of Indiana. Said defendant is therefore hereby no titled of the Tendency of said Met lot and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that un less he ar-pear and answer or detniir therein, at the calling; of said cause," LADIES When Irregular or delay usa Triumph Pills. Safe and always de pendable. Not sold In drug stores. Refuse others, five disappointment. Write for "Relief" and particulars. It's free. Address. National Medical Institute. Milwaukee. Wis. 7:14 LOANS WE OFFER L A.S ON KI RN ITCRE. PI AM S, ETC. PKRMANENT CRKDIT. 'ilt'I'TV.ST. WITHOUT INDOKSERP. COMMISSION, rURLlOITY. AN'.N'i V ANOE OR DELAY. CONVENIENCES. THE STATE SETS THE KATE. Any Amount up to $300 REMEMBER There are no Charges or Extras. FROM 1 TO 20 MONTHS TO RE PAY YOL K LOAN AT 3li'c INT. Our Confidential Plan We make no inquiries of friends, relatives or business men about you. If you owe any bills we grive you the money to pay them all. All dealings don on a strictly private basis. Provident Loan Co. Room 3. Panama Bide. 148-150 East State Street. . Near Orpheum Theater. J riione 32:!. Licence No. 23? i the 17th lay of February A. D. 1913. the same b-ing the 31t day of the next terms of eaid Court to be beun and held in the Court House. Room No. 1, at Nemmond, in said County and State on j ihe 2:id cay of January A. D. 1919, Jahl ; action will be heard and determined in) Jiis absence. In Witness whereof. I hereunto set jny hand and affix the Seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 20th day of December, A- D. 191S. I SEAL) HERBERT L. WHEATON. Clerk L. S. C By ROSCOE HEMSTOCK, Deputy Clerk. 12-21-28; 1-4 CITY OF HAMMOND. INDIANA. DEPARTMENT OFv PUBLIC WORKS. RSOLUTION NO. 661. NOTICE OF CALUMET AVENUE INCH LEAD WATER SERVICE PIPE CONNECTIONS. PRIMARY ASSESS MENT ROLL MEETING. To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that the Pri mary AssessmentVltoll in the matter of the improvement of Calumet Avenue from Gostlin Street and Standard Ave nue by the construction therein of a three-quarter inch (") water service pipe, connecting with the 12-16-8 Inch main in Calumet Avenue, each twenty five (25) feet In length, on each side of said avenue carried to th lot line, has been prepared by said Board of Public Works of the City of Hammond. IndiViA. and Is now on file In the office of ta.l-J I'oard for publio examination and In spection, and that said rolt contains the names of all property owners affected thereby and the respective amounts as sessed against each lot or tract of land by reason thereof, and that by resolu tion said Board has fixed the Rth day of January. 1919. at ten o'clock A. M.. In the Council Chambers of aaid City Hall in the City of Hammond as tho time and place for hearing remonstrances vfl ob jections from all persons affected there by" as to the special benefits derived therefrom as assessed upon said roll, and that seld Board will after said hear ing arid examination cither confirm or modify each assessment as mad as it finds that said property is affected and benefitted thereby. C. H. LUTHMAN, O. F. HIGHLAND, DANIEL BROWN, 12-281-4. tfThe vacation season sends a flood of good chances to you through the classified page. Caretakers, substitute clerks, stenographers, office help, traveling companions in fact upset things generally. SJMany new alliances are formed during this season. CJWatch for youi chance. Tlhiem OFFICAL FOOD NEWS By Dr. Harry E. Barnard, Federal Food Administrator for Indiana Powdered 6ugar may not be sold except for commercial manufactur ing purposes and for commercial bak ing. Its sale for domestic consump tion and to retailers for distribution among domestic consumers is forbid den. The foregoing shall become effec tive October 10. 1518, but Federal Foci Administrators may permit wholepaie and retail dealers to dis pose of stocks then on hand, if satis fied they were purchased in good faith. Green etraw stacks are proof of wasteful threshing. Where stacks have started to urn green it is an indication that the wheat, -which should have gone to the flour barrel, is sprouting and has been wasted. County food administrators are re quested to report all green stacks in their Jurisdiction in order that the "slacker" machine may be located and repaired before it is responsible for still greater waste. Many farm ers have reported their great satis faction at the saving effected by the execution of the program of the grain threshing division, which called for improved machinery and greater care to prevent wasted grain in the wago&a and about the separators. Beet sugar growers should, have a higher price for their product, based upon prevailing sugar quotations, the food administration believes. The administration will endeavor to se cure a fair price for beets in order to maintain production. Soft drink manufacturers will be permitttd a 50 per cent, sugar sup ply, as compared witii their 1917 con sumption, after Norember 1. The food administration intends to con serve materials used in the bottling business, other than sugar, and will limit the latter very radically. Official announcement has been made of the continuing policy of the food administration to support a 115.60 per hundredweight for hogs. In packers' droves, at the Chicago mar- Lake County Title & :uaranty Co I Abstracters of Titles Abstracts of Title furnished to &H Lands and Lot3 In Lake County. FRED R. MOTT, Ptm. FRANK HAMMOND, Vice Pre Crown Point, Indiana. Branch Offices at Hammond and Gary. nSBSSSBS SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES DIspuste Here The merchants who have advertised have done a splendid iioll day business. The people are all busy; they're making1 money and they're willing to spend It. The merchant who Is going on with the ' good work and show ing the people that he has what they want is the man who is goinjj to keep on doing busi ness after the holidays ket. The packers have agreed to stand by the policy which is intended to guarantee pork producers of a fair return, corn and feed prices considered. Fair price lists have been reportel from thirty-three counties and the organization is being perfected in other counties of the state. On eight staples the variation has been from no per cent. In th retail prices ot milk from 10 cents to 15 cents; to a 20 per cent, difference ia the prices ot a 13 ounce loaf of bread, which range from 8 to 10 cents. In other instances there was a slight varia tion, usually explained by differences In freight rates. The fair price pub lication is the method adopted by th food administration to indicate ta the consumer about what should be paid for staples, which may be the subject of profiteering in unlicensed retail stores. There will be publishtd, October 14, a new official card for the regulation of public eating houses. The new regulations will differ from th Id ones in that many are to be manda tory and will be enforced through sources of supply. In the meantime every county administrator has been asked to nominate an active hotel and restaurant chairman to assist In the enforcement of the regulations. Enlarged demands from General Pershing for material, resulting from the progress of the American and al lied forces on the western front, in France, have necessitated the tempo rary withdrawal of many ships fro a the grain carrying trade. This con dition has caused a corresponding curtailment of ships from interior points, and has filled the seaboard warehouses and terminal elevators, checking the enUre grain movement. Yet the food administration is posi tively announcing that there ia no occasion for farmers accepting less than the guaranteed price of wheat. They are urged to have patience as the situation la expected to clear 117 in a short time. ALBERT MAACK, erTr EDWARD J. EDER. ManDQer. No