Newspaper Page Text
I )cf inhfr 5). 1922.
I'HK T I'M KM Pa?e Eleven ADVESmSEMENTS ACCEPTED KYi CLASSIFIED ADS AND LEGAL NOTICE HAMMOND Tae 0S. Himmood" Bid., PUmm 3100. E. S. BeusM Drf St., 715 Calunai A, Pfa 3685. Uwi Phrmcr. 756 Cahawt Ave, Ptu 723. VHTTING UTuie rW C, 524 1196 Su IW ADVERTISEMENTS ACCEPTED 5Y INDIANA 1IARBOR Luken. New. Agsnc. 3410 Michigan A-, Phone I133J. EAST CHICACO Kata ot Thotnpion, 509 Chicago Ave, Phoc. 931. Tunei OSce. Calumet BWj.. Phone 233. CARY Tune Office-. Reynold. Eldj, PS on. 137. BUY. SELL, RENT, GET A POSITION. GET HELP. BARTER AND EXCHANGE. OVER 40.000 PEOPLE READ THIS PAGE EVERY DAY. Ail Classified AdvcrtisemenU mutt be in the office and paid for by 1 1 a. m. on day of inseition. Rate 10c per line, ayeraging five words to die line. . , . , ; -n ! I t I I WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Salesman -with auto to "11 advertising signs of all kinds. I nllmlted territory, a good chance for the right man. Must give ref erence. Straight commission. Brant Mgn Company, 804 F. Chicago ave.. phone 1275-J Ean Chicago. H:2 4:tf W'AN'TED Men good wagelinqTiTre Slntiair pipe Ldne Co.. Columbia avenue, Hammond. ll:27:tf VANTED Men, good wages. Corner Columbia and 160th st. United Con struction Co., Hammond. 12:6:lt WANTED Carpenters, Employment of fice, Grass elli Chemical Co., 151st and Kennedy ave.. East Chicago 7-3 WANTED MEOA NTICAL DRAFTS MAN. THIS TS A GOOD OPE rNO FOR A GENERAL MECHANI CAL DRAFTSMAN. PLR A S A N T WORKING CONDITIONS. IX5CA TION EAST CHICAGO. GIVE EX PERTENCE AND SALARY DE5IR FD. APDRKSS B-911, CARE OF TIMFS. ILVMMOND. 12:8:St WANTED Pipe Fitters exp. on hydraulic piping neeessarr; Applv Illinois Car & Mfg. Co. WANTED First-'class tool makers for bench work, small gauges. Wa ges from 75c to 75c per hour. Apply to Chicago Automatic Tool Mfgr., 1S253 Brandon ave., Hefewisch. III. 12:X:6t WANTED- A-l repair man with tools. Service Garage, Wat! trig ft., Tnd'ana Harbor. 1 28 : 2 1 WANTED Exp. electrical wiremen. Industrial Lead Refg. Co., East Chicago. 12:S2t W A X TED Men wishing posit 1 o n s Firemen, Brakemen. Colored Train Porters, on large Indiana Roads, write for information. $125-$200 per month. Experience unnecessary. Infer-Railway, Dext. 175, Indianapolis. Indiana. 12:9:lt V A N'T EDMVn for detect! ve-work. Krperience unnecessary. Write J. Ganor, former gov't detective, St. Pouls. 12:9:lt WANTED Men, age 17 to So: ex perience unnecessary; travel, make siscret invetlgationss, reports. Pal arle; expenses. American Foreign Detective Agency, 256 St. Louis. 12:9:lt U'AXT ED Xight watchman for Sat urday nights only; must be ab'.e to qualify as to character and ref erences. Applv Calumet Faking Co. Calumet and Truman ave., Hammond. 12:9:lt WANTEDFEMALE HELP WANTED Efficient saleswomen for ail depart ments. Apply E. C, Mlnas Co., Hammond. 12:4:3t WANTED Ten girls to learn Core Making; The Wanner Malleable Iron Co., Hammond. 15-6-4 WANTED Hskpr., references re- Quired, good wages. Apply 720 Chicago ave.. Room 10 and 11, East Chicago. 12:6:4t WANTED Exp. girl for general housework, good wages. 4301 tar ing ave. South Side Drug Store, East Tnli-aero 12:6:4t WANTED Girl for housework white Atlas Apt , 3-C East Chi. 12:S:2t WANTED Reliable young woman IS or over, to do general housowork, good home for proper one. 453 Mleh Isati ave., Hammond. 12:S:2t WAN TED tJliocolate dippers, must b '-xperlenced. Apply Orphans Candy Kitchen. 503 Broadway, Gary, Ir.dirina. 12:h:3t WANTED A bookkeeper. Apply in own hand writing. Write B-393. r-? Times, Hammond. . 12:S:2t Sv'AN'TED Toung lady from Indiana Harbor, for office work. Service Oarage, Watling bL, Indiana Hp rbor. i 12:8:2t WAX't'ED Waitresses at Sheridan restaurant, 211S Broadway, phone Indiana Harbor 1 439. 12:8 :"t v A X T E J A girl for candy s I oT-cT S00 Calumet avenue. Ham. 12:is:2t WANTED A girl to clerk in gro cery store, Hyde Park Grocery and Market, Standard and Van Buren st. Phone 689 Hammond. 12:S:2t WAITED Typist a n d Book-keeper, exception al opportunity for advance ment; Write B. 601 Times, Hammond. 1 9-1 "WANTED Typi ssts, earn $25 to $100 weekly: spare time, copying au thors' manuscripts. Write R. J. Car ries, Authors' Agent, Tallapoosa, Ox. for particulars. 12:9:lt WANTED Earn big money at home during spare time painting pillow tops for us. No canvassing. Simple, easy, quick. Experience unneces sary. Particulars for stamp. Nile art Co.. 2322 Ft. Wayne. Ind. 12:9:U WANTED 20 glrlss over 16 years Monday morning at 8 o'clock for hand picking and grading beans. Ill inois Produce Co., on Stat Line St., north of Pluminer ave., wesst of treat I.akes Storage. Ham. 12:9:lt WAXTEliGirls t haTTia veTTiad pay roll work and adding machine er perience. Apply General American Car Co. 12:9:lt WANTED Girl for housework, no washing. opposite to Washington high school. 3610, 140th St., Indiana Harbor. 12:9:3t wXnTEDTwo exp. folders. A pp i y Postlewalte's, 96 Hummer avenue. Hammond. J2:9:lt WlANTE DTFe m pl I tTk 1 1 ch , e TT Kei p.-K d -ward Valve Ch:b, 4431 Homerlee sve . T.lior.o t-"a Chl-nro KS1. 12:9:lt. WTEDu-.AGENTS WANTED Agents sell ironing board covers; something new; going Tke hot cakes; make $9 daily castlv. Factory prices. Write Fellctter Co. 115 So. Dearborn, C'liicago. 12:0:1t 'WANT E D A gentH, 200"T'e"r cenrproT fit. Wonderful llttlo article, some thing new; sells like wildfire; carry In pocket; wrlto at once lor free sample. Albert Mills. Gen. Mgr., S179 American BMg., Cincinnati, O. 12j9:l t JUAKE $20 weekly mailing clr?ularss Complete Instructions 20 cents. Varga Supply Company. 60 l'.i-t 16th Street. Xew York City. 12::):-it WANTED Solicitors, men and w men, sell dependable trees, shrubs, roses, for shipment direct to pur chaser. Steady work, full or spare time. Weekly pay. Outfit free. Brown. 3'rothera Nurseries, Rochester, X. Y. I2:9:1t WANTED SALESMEN WANTED Salesman, profitable per manent connection; exclusive ter ritory. Liberal proposition for pro ducers. Complete calendar and no. velty line. State experience. Give references. Midwest Service. 010 Federal. Chicago. 12:9:1t SITUATION WANTED TRAINED NURSE would like to take care of patient from 4 to 6 hours daily. 243 Truman ave. Phone 936-J Hammond. 12:7:3t WANTED Woman wants house cleaning, two days a week. Write, B-!01. ca-e Ti?nes. Hammond 12:9:lt BOARD AND ROOM FOR RENT Room and board for 2 men, willing to share one room. Good location. 497 May St., Ham. Tiiond. 12:9:2t REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOR SALE New five and six room bungalows and houses. South side excellent location. Ail modern conveniences. Small cash payment, and easv terms. HARGIS & MOOIiE CO. 412 Hammond Bldg. Phones 321, 2143 Hammond evenings. 12:4:lt FOR SALE- Ken wood give terms. May street. Choice residence lot in and Hohman st. Will Phone 1126-M or 429 Hammond. 12:4:if AS LOW AS .$195.00 Morria Park lots on easy monthly payments. See owner, W. J. A. 3.IOLSBERGER Columbia avenue. Near Michigan aye.. Ham. 12:9:3t FOR SALE A lot and a halfon North Olcott. East ihieago. In quire 4219 Olcott. upstairs-. East Chi cago. 32:7:3t Phone 2171 Hammond. 12:8:lt FOR SALE 4 room cottage, electric and gas. $1,600. 4847 Olcott ave. Fast Chicago. 12:8:2t NEW BUNGALOW Of 5 rooms. Will be ready to move into In ten days. $3,250. small pay ment down. Balance same as rent. Open for inspection, all dav Sunday. See W. J. A. MOLHSP.ERGTOK 699 Columbia ave.. Ham. 12:9:lt FOR SALE MisceDantoai FOR PAINT AND WALL PAPER SEE I. L. COHEN Paint $1.50 per gallon 289 Sibley Street Phone Hammond 413G-W. FOR SALE 2.000 uni -deemed diam onds, railroad watches less :han whole sale. Lesser, 145 State St.. Ham. 9:7-tf FOR SALE One Butter Klst pop corn machine. Phor.e 157 Ham mond. ll:S:tf 3,500 rolls of red green Slate and Smooth Surface Roofing; $1.00 per roll and up; Emil Mmas, 612 Oak ley ave., phone 2205; Res. TL 9.17 12-l-tf FOR SALE Men's slightly used working coats, good es new, $3.5 9 and $4.60. S. Greenburg, 85 State street, Hammond. 12:4:6 SPECIAL HOLIDAY NEWS We have Just received a large shipment of dolls, doll carts, and many other toys. Also electrlo lamps and shades, parlor furniture and rugs, all of which are now on sale at the lowest market prices. See us before buying. Let us show you how much money jou can save by buying here. HAMMOND oompan r J. Arkln, Manager 242 F. State St.. Ham. 12:2:6teod FOR .PAI.E Pocahontas egg, lump and M R. Just arrived. Also var ious high grade soft coals. Phone Hammond 655. 12:S:3t FOR SALE Christmas trees. 7S5 So. Hohman St., phone 4129-J Ham mond. 12:6:4t FOR SALE $1,100 cash, restaurant. doing good business, $40 to $o0 per day; other business rea.on for sell ing. If you want a nice little busM- n"'ss act quick. 2 year lease; re asonable rent. See F. IT. Perryman, 37 W. Sixth ave., phone 1355 or 1226 Gary, Indiana. 12:7:3t COAL Souther and Central Illinois. In diana and Franklin County. Call 249 Hammond. J. F. Wllhelm & Son, Hammond. 12r7:lt TRIED: TESTED! PRO VEX ! Cannot injure records, play 27,000 with one Everplay. permanent need le (money back guarantee. Free ampl?s to agents. Local agent. 4 44 Fast State st.. Hammond. 12:8:2t CHRISTMAS TREES White Brothers will have 6.000 Christmas tree3 December 15 for sale, wholesale or retail. Phone of fice 418.. residence. 4393-R and 3045. or 4090 Hammond. 12:8:3t FOR SALE At Cable Piano Co., the world's leading makers are fo be found. Pia nos International! v known and back ed In every instance by a strong guarantee. ' Uprights $17" and tip Players ' 44." ard up Grands 635 and up We will b glad to demonstrate these wonderful values to you and we grant convenient terms o pay ment. CABLE PIANO V. 1K1 State st. 12:8:11:13:15:18-20 FOR KALE Small grocery store and fixtures, good location, four nice living rooms. Sell'.ntr acct. family trouble. 522 Narva Place, East Chl cago. 12:8:2t PLUMBING AND HEATING FIXTURES We carry a complete line of new and used bath and laundry tubs, sinks, wash basins and toilets, boil ers, radiators, pipe and fitting. Will install. J. O. DONALDSON 287 Bibley st. Hammond. l:18:tf FOR SALE 10 line barred rock pul lets. $1.75 to Guit-na hens, $1.00. 460 Ash street, Hammond. 12:9:lt TELEPHONE Hammond 2SS7 for Sterizol. Guaranteed antiseptic. Jar, $1.00; Salve, 50c. May T'sh, Lo cal Mgr. 1 2:6:9:2t FOR SALE 500 unclaimed overcoats and raincoats at $3 ard up. Les ser, 14." State St., Hammond. 9:5:3t FOR SALE Rose Comb Rhode T land Red Rooster. Mr. J. Rroer tjes, Munstcr, lnd. I'hone 42-J High land. 12:9:2t FOR SALT; Five burner gas rang". 1250 Jefferson St.. Ham. 12:9: It FOR SALT:) Soft drink parlor, pool t:ble and piano, .nd gasoline iillinc station, at 368 Hohman St., corner Hoffman st., Hammond. 12:3:"t FOR SALE Thorough bred Boston Terriers; puppies anil grown stock. Prices reiisoi able. Ideal Christmas gifts. IT. J. Keilman, 26 Sheffield ave.. Hammond. 12:9:2t FOR SALE Singer sewing machine. good mechanical condition. Call Motidav afternoon. 86 4 So. Hohman street, "Hammond. 12:9:lt FOR SALIO Fur lined larpe auto robe. Xew. Write B-603, care Times. Hammond. 12:9:::t A1RDALE PUPS The world's Best Breed ing. Bar None. Sireil by International champion. Tlntcrn Tip Top. He is the owner of live distinct champion certificates and is the sire of Pres. Harding's Airdale. C. S. Buckley, 355 Baltimore St., phone 3038 Hammond. 12:9:2t FOR SALT: Delivered, big load of good kindling wood, $4.50. Phono 1574 Hammond. 12:9:lt FOR SALE Kitchen range and hard coal healer, both practicallv new. 530 Chicago ave. East Chi. 12:9:3t FOR SALE Shoe repair shop, good location. Apply Room 22S Calu met Eldg.. East Chicago 12:9:2t Ihmii nix i -rii i r r in, 'ifm .u.;j.,J tjrujj Put Personality Into Your Giving Read These Christmas Gift Suggestions GIFTS FOR HIM GitfciAT Saie cf Christmas Over coats, $35 value, while they last, $16.60 and $18.60. Winter caps to match, $1.45. S. Greenburg. S3 State street, Hammond. 12:4:6t SILK SHIRTS In ail colors, (colors fast guaranteed) or money re funded. Special, $4.75. S. Green burg. S5 Stale street. Ham. 12:4:6t EoY'S OVERCOATS and Sjits, sizes 2 to 6, each $4.5 0. S. Greenburp, 85 State street, Hammond. 12:4.-t FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES Storage Batteries charged, rented and repaired. The S. & M. Battery Service 318 Fav-ette street, Hara mond. phone 2Sr5. u i USED l-'OiiDS, BOUCiHT AND SOLD I'arking Space, rear of Hammond Building. Hammond. ll:8:26t SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK! Come prepared to drive a used car away for $r.0.00. C'XHIL AUTO SALES 51 Calumet ave., phone 82 Ham mond. 12:4:lt FOR SALE Ford Coupe, complete ly equipped, all extras included, ne tires; In excellent condition. lias had good care, run about 8.000 miles, no more, demonstration If wanted. Sacrifice for quick sale, at $375.00. Phone 1973 or call at 49 Detroit St., Hammond. l2!7"1 FOR SALE Elgin Six, A-l condition" Applv 9 a. m. to 2 p. m., 153 Logan street. Hammond. 12::2t FOR SALE 1920 Dort Coupe. 1920 Dort Touring. 1919 Overland, winter Inclotrure. 1919 Oldsimobile, winter lnclosure. 1918 Ford Touring. 1916 Ford Tourintr. HJERRIXGTOX AUTO SALES Columbia Dealers 23 Calumet ave., phone 74 Ham mond. 12:8:2t USED 1VR BARGAIN'S 1919 Marmon, 7 passenger touring. Tn excellent condition throughout. Price. $350. 1951 Davis 6 cylinder 5 passenger sedan, like new, $850, 192 Peerless 7 passenger touring, run but 900 miles, two extra tires, snubbers, Wfllx bumper, cost over $3,300. a big saving at $2,250. 1921 Dodge Coupe, $GC0. Franklin touring, $600. Cadillac 8 coupe, $700. Phone trr demonstration. Open evenings nnd Sundays. LEO P. KXOFRZBTt At Champion Auto Equipment Co. Chicago and PTieffield ave., phone C63 Hammond. 12:S:2t FOR SALE Ford truck, equipped for llpht hskp?. and tourlner. 217 Michigan ave., Hammond. 12:R:2t FOR SALE -Ford touring car. en tirely overhauled and repainted. Looks and runs like new. $95. Can bo seen Sunday at 691 Indianapolis blvd.. Hammond. 12:9:lt USED FORDS FCR SALE AT ZIMMERMAN MOTOR S'AT.KS CO. Whiting. Indiana. Phone Whiting 15. One 1P21 sedan. One 1920 sedan. One 1920 coupe. One 1918 Coupe. One 1018 sedan. One 1920 touring. One 1920 touring. Six trood touring car. without starters. $75 to $100. Four rood Roadsters, $50 to $100. Two 1922 Chassis, purchased from Insurance company. Both cars are less than four months old. Our price is risrht. We give liberal terms on all vised cars. If you need a car and have $25. come and let us explain our plan on the balance. 12:9:3t F'TfTiXLE Ford sedan. 1921. good running onlr, looks like now. Call Hammond 2429. 12:0:2t FOR SALE 490 Chevrolet, 1920 ar. fif.fl Sherman St., Ham. 12:9 :3t F R SA I.F Two-tTTn RpuVi TrT Vu s. 132 Michigan ava., Ham. 12:9:1t FOR SALE One and one-half ton truck, special service truck, slight Iv used, sacrifice act. going Into an other business. 1610, 140th St., Ind iana Harbor. 12:9:lt for salt: 1921 Ford Coupe.' 1919 Ford Touring. 1918 Ford Spdan. T'APTCTXG STATION Rear Hammond Bldsr.. Ham. 12:9:2 FOK RtNT FOR RENT Lare building tn down town section of Hammond, suit able for department store or any large business, long lease to a good responsible party. Write at once. B. 15. B.. care Times, Ham. 12:7:lt FOR RENT Space in billiard-hall parlor, suitable for two or three chair barber shop. 21S State street, Hammond. 12:7:4t FOR-RENT -5 new bungalows from 57 to 64 Henry street, north of Gostlln. $20 monthly to those who ran furnish references. Call at the bungalows, between 1 and 4 Satur day or Sunday afternoon, Hammond. 12S2t FOR PJONT K rooms and bath, light and gas. 1132 Monroe St., Ham mond. 12:X;2t FOR RENT 5 room -modern bunga low. Insulre In person. Posner & Throop Co , G06 Oaklov ave., Ham mond. 1-' ::1i FOR RENTFlat, 3 rooms aiid"ba"th, no children, over year. 98 Clin ton street. Hammond. 12:0:lt FOR RENT 7 room modern upoer flat. Pr-.-.o rw.'-W Hani. 1 2 : ;1 1. MISCELLANEOUS FOR ANY KIND ..f Carpenter work or cabinet work, call Hammond 1849-M. L. Karl. State Line an-J Iyocnst St.. Hammond. lC:.ri:8t ANY reader of this paper suffering from goitre (big neck can get pos Hive information on how to cure It at home without th least trouble or discomfort. There Is a pleasant sur prise in store for you if you will write. No charge whatsoever. Tell others, it will help us all. Addres Dr. Rack. Box 737, Dept. 503. Mil waukee. Wis. 12:9: It W'TXTED All kinds of small mao"n jobs, garages, etc. I'hone 1533 Hammond. 1?::"t WANTED TO EXCHANGE WANTED Farm or ranch in ex change for 6 apartments, price $25,000; 12 apartments $50,000; IS anartments $100,000; 480 apartments. $1,500,000. Furnished hotel, going business $50,000. Act quick. E. Wooddell, 29 So. LaSalle, Chicago. 12:9:lt PERSONAL "ACH" Please come home, and hus band, good news for you. Daddy and ma are lonely. Chllm. 12:9:lt FURNISHED ROOMS XH KENT furnih!l rooms. 60 and fl a day. Spring tou, 35a, By the week, JJ, JJ ana 14. Hotet larleion. Hammond. 10:4:lt FOR R KN'T I 320 State i Hammond. -American lodlnc. 316 St., 50c day or niirht, I 11 :2:tf l Uii KLN i Sleeping room, modern j apt, near car line. 374 Indiana ave., ph o ii e 41:14-.! Hammond. 1 2 : Sj 2 1 FOR RENT 4 rooms and hall, heat ed, furn., apt., gas, elec, hot and cold water. $15 a week. Adults on- i ly. Phone 1303-R Ham. 12 :H A t i FOR RENT Nicely furnished room ! for one or two gentlemen; also j garage if desired. 33 Wcntworth avenue, Hammond. Phone 2595 Hani mond. 12:8:2t f'OR REXT 2 modorn furn. roomss. Phono 4120J. 324 Towlo street. I Hammond. I2:9:lt FOR 'EXT Light hskpg. rooms. 12:9:lt 372 State St., Hammond. FOR REXT One sleeping room, hot water heat. Phone 1157-'. 709 Price Ilace, Hamtnond. 10:9:lt FOR REXT 3 room apt. for light hikpg.. gas, elec, stove heat. Call 4S0 Indiana ave.. Hani. 12:9:1 1 FOR REXT Nicely furnished dou ble room for two gentlemen only. 100 Russell St., phono 3797 Ham mond. 12:9:lt FOR REXT Two furn. light hskpg. rooms, elec. bath, furnace heat, i also garage for rent. 115 Clinton st. Phono 97S-J Hammond. 12:i':lt FOR RIO NT Furn. sleeping room; also garage. 115 Clinton St. Phono 978-.T Hammond. 129 At FOR RENT Will share my fiat with couple, no objection to sma.l child or will rent four furn. rooms with kitchen privileges. 768 State Lin e ft., phone 41Q3-J Ham. 12:9:1 1 FORliEXT Furn. four rooms with heat. 3731 Hemlock St., Indiana Harbor. 12:9:1t WANTED Two furnished rooms, to gether, close to the court house. Suitable for 3 men. Best references given. Applv Majestic Cafe, Majes- tlc BIdg. Hammond. 12:9:2t FVIfLe-XT Two furn. rooms for light hskpg. everything conven ient. Phone "866 Calumet avenue. Hammond 12:9:lt LOST AND FOUND LOST Gold golf inedaj Inscribed Malcolm D. Stewart. Return to Times, Hammond, reward. 12:8:5t LOST Small English brindle bull dog. small collar. Return to 9.1 Conkev ave.. reward. Phone 24S8 Hammond. 12:8:lt LOST F'air eye glasses in case, marked Thompson, Chtf-ago. Re ward. Return to 481 Drackert sr., Hammond. 12:9:2t LOST Monday, a bunch of k'?yr, small tag Xo. 10 attached. Call No. 4 Fire Department. Ham. 12:9:lt LOST Small green leather purse, reward for return. Phone 40S-M Indiana Harbor. . 12:9:lt LOST Between Walter st. and All Saints church, pair of brown rim eve glasses. Reward, rhone Ham mond 1 381 -R. 1 2 j9M t LOST Black martin cape In jitney this -morning, from Park Place to Hohman street. Return. Phone 30 S 6 Fnmmond. Reward. . 12:9:lt WANTED TO RENT WAXTED TO REXT 2 modern light hhkpg. rooms In vicinity of 150th and Calumet. Address P. O. Box 241, Hammond. 12:7:3 1 WANTED -Three unfurnished rooms to responsible party. Address B- 392. care Times Hammond. 12-82t WANTED Two furnished rooms. Phone 219." Hammond. 12:2t, WANTED TO RENT A modern flat of three or four furn. or unfurn. rooms In East Chicago. I'hone 1390 Ea.st Chicago. 12:9:1t W A NT ED TO RENT With ofition of buylrg latr. a modern bunga low. Address 202-X. care East Chi cago Tlme. TTammond. 12:9'lt MONEY fO LOAN 6 MONEY TO I9AN On 5 year time. We also offer safe Invest ments in Real Estate. Gold Bonds. Roe gr. Petersen, law office 9:29:eow WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY Boy's bicycle. good condition; reasonable. Phone 1320-M Hammond. 12:3:2t LEGAL NOTICES FOR SALE The Board of Education of the School City of Hammond, Indiana, offer for sale to the highest bidder houses Nos. 40, 44, 48, 50 on Doty Street. Bids must be presented in writing with a check covering 10 per cent of the bid. Bids will be opened at the Office of the Board of Education. Central School Building, Tuesday evening, December 12th, at 7:30 o'clock. 12:7:4 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDEXT NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the matter of the Estate of Jennie Bell Guyanx, Deceased. No. 2445. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Ad ministrator of said Estate, by the Judge of the Lake Circuit Court. Said Estate is supposed to be sol vent. VICTOR GUYANX. Administrator Dated November 22nd, 1922. 11:25:12:2:9 STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COUN TY. IX Till: LAKE SUPERIOR COURT. SITTING AT ILVMMOND. INDIANA, NOVEMBER TERM. 192-'. "Margaret" Maggie Bartoszek vs. Antonl Bartoszek et al. Cause No. 22559. Action to Quiet Title. I Now comes the plaintiff by George j J. Eder, her attorney, and flies her , complaint herein, together with an affidavit of a competent person, j showing that tho defendants there- i to, to-wit: Antonl Bf.-toszek, all of I tho unknown heirs, devisees and leg- ! atees., adminif trators. executors and assigns of Jozef Olejnlczak and Theodozja "Signs Theodozyja Olejan ick, his wife, Joseph Olejanlck and Mrs. Joseph Olejanlck, his wife, whose true Christian names are un known; All of tho unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, administrators, and assigns of Joseph Olejanick ar.d Mrs. Joseph Olejanick, his wife, whose true Christian name Is un known, are non-residents of the State of Indiana, and that this Is an action to Quiet Title to the follow ing described real estate, to-wit: Lot.3 Twenty-three (23) and Twenty-four (24) in Block Six (6) of Towle and Avery's Adrii tlon to the City of Hammond, Lake Countyj Indiana. Said defendants are therefore here by notified cf the pendency of said action and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of eald Court, and that unless they appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said Cause, on the 22nd day of January, A. D. 1923, the same being the 13th day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held in Room number 1, in the Court House at Hammond, In said County and State, on the 2nd Mon day of January, A. D. 1923, said action will be heard and determined la their absence. IX WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 here- i unto set my hand and affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 23rd day of November, A. D. 1922. HERBERT L. WIIEATON, Clerk L. a. C. By: RUTH BERG, Deputy Clerk. 11:25:12:2:3 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUN TY. IX THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURT. SITTING AT HAMMOND, INDIANA. NOVEMBER TERM, 1922. People's State Bank of East Chi cago, Indiana vs. John Kozlowskl Cause No. 22588. Action on note and receivership. Now comes the plaintiff by A, H Samibor, Its attorney and files Its complaint herein, together with an affidavit of a competent person, showing that the defendant thereto, to wit: John Kozlowskl is not a resident of the State of In-dlana. Said defendant is therefore here by 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 he appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 29th day of January. A. D. 192 3, the same being the 19th day of the next term of said Court to be begun and held In Roam numbr 2 In the Court House at Hammond, In said County and State, cn the 2nd Monday of January, A. D. 1923, said action will he heard and determined in his absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto set my hand and affix the seal of said Couit, at Hammond, Indiana, this 29th day of November. A- D. 1922 HERBERT L W1I EATON, (Seal Clerk Lake Superior Court. By Ruth Berg, Deputy Clerk. 12-2-9-16 XOTICTJ TO SHAREHOLDERS OF THE AMERIOAN STATE BANK EAST CHICAGO, INDIANA. East Chicago, Indiana. December 9 1922 Tho annual meeting of the Share holders of the American State Bank of East Chicago, Indiana, for the election of directors, of said Bank, for the ensuing year and for the transaction of other business, will b-i held at Its banking rooms Jn the Calumet Building, corner of Chicago and Porsythe Avenues, City of East Chicago, Indiana, on Tuesday, Jan uary 9. 1323, at 10 o'clock, on Tues day. H.1C GROVES. 12:9:lt President. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE In tho matter of the Estate of Peter Zyp, No. 2358. In the Lake Circuit Court, November Term, 1922. NOTICE Is hereby given to the HEIRS, LEGATEES AND CREDI TORS of Peter Zyp, deceased, to appear in the Lake Superior Court, held at Crown Point, Indiana, on the 12th day of January, 19-3. and show cause, if any, why the FINAL SETTLEMENT ACCOUXTS with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and tald heirs are notified to then and there make xroof of heirship, and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS the Clerk of the Lake Circuit Court, at Crown Point, this Sth day of December, 1922. HERBERT L. WIIEATON. (Seal) Clerk Lake Superior Court 12:9:16 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUN TY, IX THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURT, SITTING AT ILVMMOND ' INDIANA. NOVEMFER TERM, 1922. Nicholas Eartok vs. Margaret Papp Part ok. Cause No. 22617. Action to Divorce. Now comes the plaintiff by L. A. Ottonheimer, attorney, and files his complaint herein, together with an affidavit of a competent person, showing that the defendant thereto, to-wit: Margaret Papp Bartok, 1s When You Need It The borrowing public of this locality can always depend up on us. Thousands of satisfied customers endorse and vouch for this statement. No matter what season or what occasion may arise for the use of Money, this Com pany Is always willing to serve you. Our Flexible Payment Plan solves the problem of an easy rlan for re-payment. Borrow $40.00 Fay $2.00 per montb Borrow 560.00 Fay $3.00 per month Borrow Sioo.co Fay $5.00 per month Borrow $20o.O Fay $10.00 per month Borrow S30O.0O Fay $15.00 per month With Interest at 3'i per cent on the unpaid monthly balance. You can also pay more each month if desired and reduce the cost. All Loans Made on your own recurity, such as Household Goods. Pi anos, Live Stock, etc., which remains in jour possession. All Business Confidential rovident Loan .ss n. Room 3. Panama Tlldg. 148-150 East State Street. Hammond, Indiana. Phone 323 Under State Supervision ImoneyS not a resident of tfie State of Ind iana. Said defendant la therefore here by notified of the pendency of said action and that the same will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless she ap pears and answers or demurs there in, at the i-alling of said cause, on the &th day of February, A. D. 1923, the same being the 25th day of tho next term of said Court to be begun and held in room number 2, in the Court House at Hammond, In said County and State, on the 2nd Monday of January, A. D. 1923, said action will be heard and de termined in her absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I here unto set my hand and affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 7th day of December, A. D. 1922. HERBERT L. WIIEATON, fSeal) Clerk Lake Superior Court. By: WILETTA CAMPBELL, Deputy Clerk. 12:9:13:20 NOTICE I I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone but my self. JOIIX SIMON. 3342 Commonwealth, 12:9:3t Indiana Harbor NOTICE The regular meeting of stock hold ers of the First Trust & Savings Bank of East Chicago. Indiana, for the election of directors and for the transaction of such other business as may regularly come before the meeting, will be held at Its Banking Rooms, Tuesday, January Dtli. 1923, at 3 o'clock p. in. V.. L. SPENCER. 12:9:11 Secretary NOTICE The regular nieeting of stock hold- ders of the First National Bank of East Chicago, Indiana, for the election of directors and for the transaction of such other business as may regularly come before the meeting, will be- held at Its Banking Rooms, Tuesday, January 9th, 1923, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M. and 4 o'clock P. M-, of said day. W. L SPENCER, 12:9:11 Cashier NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Indiana Harbor, Indiana, Decem ber 9, 1922. The regular meeting of the United States National Bank of Indiana Har bor, at East Chicago, Indiana, for the election of Directors, will be held In their banking room at Main Street and Broadway. Indiana Har bor, Indiana, on the 9th day of Jan uary, 1923, between the hours of ten o'clock 1A. M. and five o'clock V. M. of eald day. J. S. WALKOVvTAK. 12:9:11 Cashier Wife Too Eager to Wed Again; Divorce Revoked 1 INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE! AKRON, O. Dec. Because he dis covered that the woman had given false testimony. Judge It C. Spicer, has revoked the divorce decree he granted to Mrs. Genevivee Gladwell. Thomas Gladwell, the htisband, lives in Wllcnnbiirc. W. Va. She accused BUSINESS The time, must come when all businesses will consider the advisability of advertising in the same spirit that a manu facturer ponders over the ad visability of adopting a new machine. One does not in stall a piece of labor-saving mechanism because it suits his fancy; but because the ef ficiency of the business re quires it. He expects the new mach ine to reduce his cost to oper ate perhaps to make a bet ter product and thus aid him in meeting competition and making larger profits. Advertising is exactly simi lar. The man who refuses to consider it as a possible expe dient, simply shuts his eyes on one of the problems of his business. He might as well ignore the banks as sources of credit when he has need to borrow capital. I TODAY'S BLUNDER CORRECTED By J. I,. Uohdr, Postmaster of Hammond, Ind. Do rot wait until the !at minute to mail Christmas letters and pack ages. Some people are thoughtful enough to mail their Christmas let. ters and packages In time for de livery before Christmas; many ofiif-rs. Just as generous, but less thoughtful, wait until the last min ute and then pour their Christmas mail into the port office in a perfect deluge, with the result that thou, sands of little folks, and grown-ups too, are disappointed and perhaps their Christmas spoiled beao-jse a letter or package is delayed and not delivered until after Christmas. Pica st; mail packages for .nit of town delivery early in the' week be Klnning December 11th, and for city delivery during the week ending December l&t'h. Such letters nnd i'a"kaees m,-'- "he endorsed "Oo Not fir,..., T'-itil "rlstr.ias." him with running around with other women ar.d said she intended to live with her sister after the divorce and never marry again. She was found in the Marriage License Bureau with Jesse C. Hen thorn, a year her Junior, waiting for a license, when she was Invited to appear before JYidge Spicer again. Thf re she was told that the divorce had 'jc.n wiped off the docket and that she was still Glad "'cU's lepal s;muse. ....... 4 X ... Kit 4 mm a. " r 9 f s e .-:-js(rrl-vif -jSiZjTTi IX t. JTra ' h fJ2& VWv - """la 'MMIm if you I A'i ill IF iJ" MOTIVE On the otKer hand, tfeman who looks to advertising to checkmate all weaknesses and shortcomings of his business and to carry it along to victory despite these, has a childlike faith in the miraculous. Advertising will not mate his product or his service any better than they are; but it will bring him the full benefits of their merits. It will not elim inate wastefulness in his fac tory or his store; but i. will re duce his cost to operate. It will not make illogical selling methods successful; but it will assist good selling methods, and often point the way for improving them. Advertising is the most in expensive motive power that the manufacturer or merchant can buy today. It is a form of stimulus that brings excellent returns on the investment. rPcblisted by Th. Lake County Times, in co - Lwith The American Association of Atlvertisbg Times Pattern Department i k IE tr m AliO 4210. Girls' Undergarment. Cut In 5 Size,; 4. 6, 8, 10 and 13 years. A 6 year size requires 1 8-4 yard cf 3 6 inch material. Trice 1 2 cents. Want help Want to sell Want to buy Want to rent Want a position Want to Exchange Or any other Want TIMES Want Ads arc Read fey Everyone aw.i" .1. nw n .! 1 nn 1 urn . i V ti-1 op erstionl Agencies j fl Want help III POWER