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ADVERTISEMENTS ACCEPTED gV INDIANA HAR30R Lukeii'i Newt Ajenc. 5410 Mkhijan At... Phon. II3SJ. EAST G flCAGO Na & TWpm, 809 Chkag Ae Phoaa 931. Time OSce, Calumet BU.. Front 283. GARY Tune O&ce. Rryaoidt Bldg.. PHon 137. BUY, SELL RENT. GET A POSITION. GET HELP. BARTER AND EXCHANGE. OVER AH Classified Advertisements most be in the office and paid for by 1 1 a. m. on day of inscitioa. 40.000 PEOPLE READ THIS PAGE EVERY DAY. Rate 10c per line, averaging five wordi to die line. EXITING Whitif New. Gk. 524 119th 5, ISSW. J ADVERTISEMENTS ACCEPTED BYi HAMMOND Tsbm Oiic, Hammood Bldg, PW 3100. E.S. Bourn. Druf Star. 715 CaWt A, PHon 3685. Calumet Pharmacy. 786 Calumet Ave, Phone 723. WANTED MALE HELP Va.NTED Salesman with auto to rell advertising signs of all kinds. Unlimited territory. A good chance tor the right man. Mutt rive ref erence. Straight commission. Brant Sign Company, 80 4 F.. Chicago ave., phone 1275-J East Chicago. 1 1 . 2 4jtf WANTED ilea good wages. Inquire Bint.ia.ir Pipe Line Co., Columbia ve-nue,Hammond- ll:27:tf WaaTKD Men. good wages. Corner Columbia and 166th et. United Con Bt ruction Co.. Hammond. 12:6:lt VVA electrical wlreuien. International Lead Refp. Co.. East C;.t..,-o. 12:8: 2t WANTED First ciass tool makers for bench work, email gauges. Wa ges from Mc to 75c per hour. Apply to Chicago Automatic Tool ilir., 13253 Brandon ave., Hegewisch. 111. 12:S:6t Iu...KE $20 weekly mailing: circulars. Complete instructions 20 cents. Varga Supply Company, 60S East If.th Street, New York Citv. 12-9:4t w ED Men. to attend electric engine driven motor, also laborers. Mumrt Tank & Mfg. Co, Calumet wc, interurban tracks, Hammond. l2jl 1 :2t V'A.NTED Office boy, must be over 3 6. Mr. Swigart, Green Engineer- I'.pCo . FajTih:aro. 12:11, 2t U.VTED Jluiditrs for squeezer work Calumet Foundry and Ma chine Co.. 14Sth and Railroad av.. J 'at Chicago 12:1 1.".: V'AXTBD Saiesmai: and collector, married man over age 25, Insur ant work, experience not necessary. Willingness most essential for rapid advancement. Fhone 3145 Ham- mond. 12:11 :3t W ANTED Young man with book keeping cxp., to act as assistant. Address in own handwriting, statins ao un I experience. Write T S. 2. cart Times, Hammond. 12:12 j2t WANTED A man to run a Jabratory for steel analyst 3, familiar" with procedure and capable of stepping iu and carrying on the work at once. LaSaile Steel Co., Ham. 12:12:lt WANTED- Young man as salesman and driver on bakerv wagon. 411 Ash street, Hammond. 12:12:lt WAITED Ten men to unload coal and sand; Wanner Malleable Iron Co.. Hammond. ici:-c WANTED Two young men to work as student salesmen. Swift & Co., 100 Fliimirer ave.. Ham. 12:12:2t WAN TE n IJy tor truck dr : ve r. Apply 792 Calumet ave., Hammond. 12:12:lt WANTED Young man to pack orders; Apply to Mr. Green, Lion Store, I Tammoiid. 1 3" 1 2 WANTED A iorporation establish ed in this vicinity for 10 years Is looking for two experienced collec tors. Applicants must have exper ience on Installment accounts and have best of references. Prefer some :ie now employed. State full par 1 icutars in first letter. Salary no object if you can produce. Stoadv l-isltion. Write B-605. care of Times 3 fair'-ncnd. 12:12:3 r. WANTED FEMALE HELP "WANTED Jilrl for housework, no washin. opposite to Washington bigrh school. 1610, 140th st Indiana Harbor, 12 :9:3t WaXTKD Tv .: KAlesiadieis. Iickson Bro.. U' Siblev st , Ham. 12:ll:3t XK liF.VT--T-.vr, light !--kpg. ran., no foreisrr.ers. 221 ii hman street, Harr.mr r.c. 12 : 1 1 : 1 1 '.'A.N i'i-..- -F;rl -iais stenut-ra pher, ror.e it-.er j.eed apply. Wili not nr.siler y-'j? application unless you t:taie ac, education, esperiencf and falary ectierted. Write Y. G. 4-X care Times, I '. atm end. 12:ll:3t WAXTIi-D Slrl to do general house woik. Phon" 62 Ham. 12:U:3t WAN TF t"i Ex p. waitress. Eschen Ktch Bakery, 707 Chicago avenue. !"at ri;f-:iffo. Ind. 12:ll:3t 'AN'TiO". Reliable young- woman IS or cvtr. to do g-eneral housework; f -"d i.oti.e for proper one. 453 Mlch Itan r- . Ham mond. 1 2 :1 2 :it WAXTKD Cook at Malleable launch Room. 734 Summer St., r'one f2S7 Harnmond. 12:12:lt WANTED- Dishwasher, at Gibson Y. M. C. $50 per month, room and boar.l. Phone 2SS4 Ham. I2:12:2t WAXIKl' White woman to do fam i: v- wahins;s. Apply 4113 Catalpa r.t. TdW-ia Hs'-brr. 12:12-3t FURNISHED ROOMS f'O.i RENT irurnlshtxJ roojna, B0 and ii a (Sky. Sprinr cou, SSc, Xy the weak, IS, 13 and ft. Htl arleion. Hairmond. 10-4:tf FOR RENT American lodgings. 316 320 Stat at, SOo day or niffht, Hammond. ll:3:tf FOR liENT Two rooms for light hskpg., no children. Call 816 Cal--net ave., Hammond. 12:ll:2t FOR RENT Furnished bed room. 854 So. Hohman St.. Ham. 12:11 :2t FOR Ii'T Three room cottage, Furn , elec. and pas. Apply after G p. in. 4847 Olcott ave.. East Chi- ' :aga 12:12:3t FOli KENT Two light hskpt?. rmaT; no foreigners. 321 Hohman street, Hammond. 12:12:lt i-DK RENT Nicely furn. sice pin roonu 17 W. Williams sL, phone 3 888-M Hammond. 12:1 2 :lt l'VR RENT Furn. sloopiup room for one or two g-entlemen. i33 Dou- frl.x av emie. Hammond. 12:12 : 1 1 FOR RENT Nicely furnished doti- ble room for two pentlemen only. 100 Russell street, phone 3797 Ham- lr.diiil 12:12:lt FOR REXT Two furnished roomsT Call at 615 State Line St., Ham mond, after 6 P. m. 12:12; It FOR RENT Furn. room, private family, with breakfast and dinner in evening if desired- Phone H9S-5I Hammond. 12:12:lt FOR REXT I-'urn. rooms with or without board. 91 Doug-las street. Hammond. 12:12 : 1 1 FOR RENT Furn. 4 room cottape. south side, references, $40. 85 Siblv St.. Hammond. 12:1 2 :lt FOR RtNT FoR RENT Large building in down town section of Hammond, suit able for department store or any Iatko business, long lease to a goM responsible party. Write at once. B. R. V, care Times, Ham. 12:7:11 FOR REXT Modern seven room house on Erie street. Call 1234-R. 4rC Pecker stret. Ham. 12:9:2t FOR. REXT Garape. 44S Bauer st. I'hone 1234-W Hammond. 12-11:2t FOR REXT 7 room modern flat, with furnace. 47 Ruth sr. Call Phone 1700 Hammond. I2:1l:"t FOR REXT Garage. 4".!:: Baring ave. Phono o55-J East Ciiiejig.i. 12 : 1 2 : 1.' t FOR REXT Garage for one car. nut r.eavd. -94 .Michigan ave., Ham mond 12:12:lt hi j i itbX'i- , b'i Williams 12:12:3t -st Hammond. FOR RENT .Modem six room bv.n galow, Drackert et., immediate pos rcsston. Phone 2596-J Ham. 12:12:2 IR RENT Attractive new 5 room tnodarn bungalow. In Whitng largo rooms, fire place, tilo bath, linen closer, breakfast nook, good laund.-y furnaco heat, 50 ft. lot, in American neighborhood. Occupant leaving town Holiday week. Rent $50 per month. II. 3. Davidson, 600. 119th 6L nhone 97-R Whiting. 12:12:3t REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOR SALE N'ew five and six room bungalows and houses. South side excellent location. All modern conveniences. Small cash payment, and easy terms. 1IARGIS & MOORE CO. 402 Hammond Bldg. Phones 321, "141 Hammond evenings. 12:4:lt FOR SA Cl-Chi7er7's!deice lot In Kenwood and Hohman st. Will give terms. Phone 1126-M or 429 May street. Hammond. 12:4:tf AS LOW AS $195.00 Morris Park lots on easy monthly payments, free owner, W. J. A. ilOLSBERGER 699 Columbia avenue. Nar Michigan ave.. Ham. 12":9:3t FOR SALE OR F.XCJ.LVNGE .143 acres, Ober. Indiana. 304 acres, Walkerton. Indiana. 100 acres, Hobart. Indiana. 2! acres, Orovertown, Indiana. One five room house, Hammond, Indiana. One nine, room house, Hammond. One four room house. ITobart, Ind. SEE F. II. FERRYMAN 3 7 Wet 6thave., Gary, Indiana. Phone 1355 Gary or 4311-M Ham mond. 12:ll:6t IMR SALE OR TRADE 40 acre farm, 4 miles of Hamlet. Wm. H. Walters, S16 Calumet ave., Ham- nintiil 12:11 :2t Fi"K H AUK 4 a p tl' brtck bid eT-Tfl-on t ing- on Maywood Park. This at tractive bri k structure has been oc cupied 3 years and ) in rine condi tion. All improvements In and paid for; high class tenants, roo4 paying; propoit.on. ITenry S. Davidson, 600, 119th st.. phone 97-R Wbltng. 12:11:3 FOR SAhB Our new dweTiinff In Water Gardens is nearly finished. I will sell my residence, 242 Da Porte ave., Whitintr, 4 bed rooms, liv ing room, 12x29 ft., fire place. Prices $1.1. koo, one-third cash. Henry S. Davidson. 600, 119th t.. phono 97-R Whiting. 12:12:3t FOR SALE 5 room bung-alow on south side. modern throughout; full basement, stationary tubs, fur nace heat, 37 ft. lot. Price $4,600. $500 cash, balance $40 per month, now vacant and ready to move Into. H. Hechler, 1134 Jefferson ft., phone 220 S Hammond . 12l 1 :2t FOR SALE One lot 24 Items, Ford accessories and parts, pome brand new, a barg-ain on the lot. Phon" 4155-M Hammond. I2:12:lt MAKE THIS A HAPPY CHRISTMAS. Bcautil)ul 6 roorn Bung alow, oak floors and trim, tire-place. Brand new and vacant, 3714 foot lot, south front, 2 car garage, close to Harrison and Glendalc park, price $6500 with !?1500 cash. GLTY W. EATOX, 161 State Street. Phone Hammond 3372 or 397. - 35"12-1 FOR SALE New 5 room house. Just being completed, all modern con veniences, located in Whlttrjr. Am erican noiirhborhood. Ixt 40x150 ft. Price $6,000. II. S. Davidson. 600, 119th street, phone 97-R Whit up. J2:l?:St FOR SALE Christmas Gift Wc have listed with us two of Hammond's bet homes that we feel some husband might possibly want to make a beautiful Chrstrna-i pift to his wife. Perhaps tsoni on- who is planning right now to build just such a homo In the sprinp, not know ing that the building- trades craft are fipurlng right now on making- a de mand of an increased scale :f wag es over tho year 1922. With the big gest boom year ahead !n the history of building, which is not mere here say, but an absolute fact predicted by such men as Schwab. Gary, and many other prominent men of the United States, which perhaps you have noticed through the columns of our newspapers and men who are rierht lni their predictions. Now, with this thought in mind, knowing that some men with their wives are plannng- Just such homes, wo are offering today one of the best built and finest looking homes In our city !n just the right location that no ono will be able to duplicate next sea son within an additional $10,000 of this price. This la a modern seven room house on 127 H ft. lot In Ken wood. It would be impossible, with out taking up a lot of space, to give all of the details, but it has the best of everything in It, nothing has been left out. Ths hous cost last year to bnlld. $28,000; the lot itself is worth $4,500, making a total of $32, 500. This home can bo bought right now for $25,000 with about $S,000 cash. The balance we will guaran tor tr oT-ranen to vnur satlsf a.ctlon. Remember, the smallest room in the house is the breakfast room, ana that Is about 11x12. The bedrooms run In sizes ranging from 14 to 20 feet in dimensions. Tile, brick and hard vood3 and tho best of finishes have been used; canvassed through out. All we ask is to get in touch with us and we will be erln to go Into details on the construotlon of this house. Another hom we have on a 75 ft. lot. across from Harrison Park, not a new home, but in A-l condi tion. Also all hard wood, hot water heat, newly decorated, very best of evervthlng w-lth 8 nice large rooms for $15,000. Another wonderful gift l'nr some man to his wife at Christ -ina-i tlm". This proposition to the r:;ht man can be handled between $2,500 and $3,000 cash as it is not the monev the owner is looking for so much' as it ia to dispose of the bouse as they are going to leave the city In the near future. Call us by phone and we will be glad to take up these two- homos with you. ULLRICH & BICK Realtors Phone 480 and 2659 WANTED IU RENT WANTED --Two furnished rooms, to gether, close to the court house. Suitable for Z mer. Best references given. Applv Majestic Cafe, Majes tic Ridg., Hammond. l-i.9l?l WAN TED--- arniTiurn. room by two refined business men, must bo -hLs'L J " ( 'aH J .'9 4 Ham. 12:12 : 2 1 WANTED . Situation, young man. age 24. high school graduate, thoroughly experienced In general office work, now holding responsi ble position, would make a change about Dec. 20th. Can handle large volume r f work. Want to connect wiUi reliable lirm, preferable traffic dept. Gilt edge references. A1 dies Y. W. 10, care Tini'-s. Ham mond. 12:12:14:16 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED All kinds of small masn jobs, garages, etc. Phone 1533 l Hammond. 12:9:3t FOR AXY KIND of Carpenter work or cabinet work, call Hammond 1849-M. L. Karl, State Line and Iir-t ;t.. ITamrnnmi, 12:5:St SITUATION WANTED WANTED Situation as bookkeeper, 15 years experience, whole or part time. References given. Write B 60 2. care Tin-, e s. I lam m ond. 12: ll:2t WANTED Position by experienced stenographer and bookkeeper. Phone 1366-R Hammond. 12:12:3t Put Personality Into Your Giving Read These Christmas Gift Suggestions GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN GOOD seleuon and beoi price in Doll Heads. $3.60 and up. Red Riders, $3.50 and up. Children's Chairs. $1.75 Desk and Chairs. $4.25. Bireley Greenwald Furniture Co., 65 Btate street. Hammond. 12:11 :3t FOR SALE Muceflajaeoos FOR PAINT AND WALL PAPER SEE I. L. COHEN Paint $1.50 per gallon 289 Sibley Street Phone Hammond 4136-W. FOR SALE 2.000 unrdeened diam onds, railroad watches less than whole sale. Leaser, 145 State St.. Ham. 9:7'tf FOR SALE One Butter Klst pop corn machine. Fhone 157 Ham mond. ll:($:if 3,500 rolls of rel green Slate and Smooth Surface Roofing; $1.00 per roll and up; Emil Minas, 612 Oak ley ave., phone 2205; Res Phone 2467. 12-l-tf COAL Souther and Central Hllno!i. In diana and Franklin County. Call 249 Hammond. J. F. WUhelm & Son, Hammond. . 12:7:lt FOR- SALE Sift drink parlor, pool table and riano, and gasoline filling station, at 36S Hohman St., rornor Hoffman st.. Hammond. 12:9:3t FOR SALE Fur lined large auto robe. New. Wrtto B-603, care Times. Hammond, 12:9 :3t FOR SALE Kitchen range and hard j coal heater, both practically new. i 530 Chicago ave.. East. Chi. 12:9:3t i COAL! Small orders of coal delivered promptly. Phone 219 3 Ham. 12:11 :6t FOR SALE Canary, females. 4 51 Indiana ave. Phone 1810-W Ham mond. 12:11 :2t LOOK! LOOK! Bargains in Christmas trees. Sold at half price. Get yours now and uime half. 450 Everette St., piione 2767 Hammond. 12:ll:6t WASHING MACHINES We represent the International Washing Machine Company, of ?h! cago. the largest re-builders of alt standard makes , of washing ma chrties, carrying a new guaran tee. See us before buying. We can save you real money. Terms. Tad- ; lock Huff. 169 Logan st. Phone Hammond 97S-M. 12:11 :'f FOR SALE Persian kitt-.ns. little beauties, to the kiddles from San ta Claus. Ill one 1220-R Hammond. 12:11 :2 1 FOR SALE Large size Florence hot blat heatlnp stove, and Perfection Oil Heater. 266 Plummer avenue. Hammond. 13:ll:2t FOR SALE lint blast stove. 1194 Harri-on St.. Hammond. 12:9:2t FOR SALl Heating stoves, laundry stoves, gas ranees, comblnat Ion ranges, pianos, buffets, d'ntnp ta bles and chairs, dressers, wardrobe., kitchen cabinet.' book case, cedar chest, trunks, davenport, rugs, dish es and aluminum wear, sewing mach ines and other furniture. It. M. Walls, Furniture arid Piano Moving. I"!! Sibley street. Hammond. Second Hand Furniture bought, sold and ex changed. 12:ll:F.t FOR SALE Electric washer, dining room suite, hirger sewing macmna, practically new. 3212 Guthrie st., ur-sta!rs. Indiana HRrbor. 12:11 : 3 1 ROLL ROOFING-- Tturber roofing, red and green slate, plain and shin gle effect. Asphalt cement for re pairing roofs, gutters and flashings around chlmn-eys. Phone 1490. The Beckman Supply Co.. Ham. 6:2:2 FOR SALE 500 unclaimed overcoats and raincoats at $5 ard up. Les ser, 145 State st., Hammond. 9:5:?t FOR SALE One good soft coal heat cr. 4343 Baring ave.. East Chi cago. 12:12:U FOR SALE Two hole laundry stove good as new. 444 Summer street. Hammond. 12:12:1t FOR SALE Player piano, brand new Story and Clark, rolls and bench; party leaving city. Come and see. Bargain. 3425 Bloc kave.. Indiana Harbor. 12:12:15:16 FOR SALE Two toy horses. i eed baby buggy, baby basket and oth er articles. 395 Elm St., Hammond. 12:12:lt FOR SALE Gas range. 4 49 Drac kert st Phone 4380-RX Hammond. 12:12:lt WHEN IN DOUBT Call 3774 For genuine Franklin Cbunty Egg and Lump Coal. Also other grades always on hand. Service and quality our s-peclalty. HAMMOND FUEL & SUPPLY CO. W. L. Wise. Mgr. 12:12:6t FOR SALE All kinds of hand made baskets, ferneries, sun parlor tables etc Prices reasonable. 883 Calumet ave.. phone 4094 Hammond. 12:12:3t FOR SALF, 200 uncalled for over coats, values up to $50. For quick action, $10. C. J. Lesser, 145 State street. Hammond. 12:12 :tf FOTr"SA.LE Reed baby buggy, good condition. 371 Sibley fcU, Ham mond. 12:12:2t L0ST AND fouND LOST Gold golf medal inscribed Malcolm D. Stewart. Return to Times, Hammond, reward. 12:8:5t LIBERAL REWARD for return of pearl beads, lost Sunday morning between Michigan ave. and Russell street. Methodist church valued more as keepsake than intrinsic value. 35S Michican ave., phone 4207-R Hammond. 12:11 : It LOST Pocketbook, Thursday, con taining two bank books. Return to K. H.. 450 May St., phone 2421 Hammond. Reward. Llil' :2t LOST Female Boston bull terrier, dark brindle white back, weighs about 14 lbs. Answers name "Taxi " Liberal reward for return. S. M. Kickles. 1310. 148th et, phone East Chicago 1595-J. 12:12:3t LOST 'Sunday night, brown leather pocketbook, $40 in money, check, al so papers. Reward. Return Mrs. Winnie Dilllon, 1124 Monroe street, Hammond. 12:12jlt Lol-TT Bair of ladies shoes at E? C. Minas store, or on State and Fayette Parking Station. Iave at Times office, Hammond, nnd receive reward. 12:12:2t LOST Suit case conlainTng clot hi i g between Bast Chicapo and Whit ing, from auto, on SchriiTe or For syth ave. Reward. 340 Central ave. Whiting. 12:12:3t LOST Brown traveling bag, between Hammond and Oak Glen, Sunday morning. contained baby clothes and thermos bottle. Finder return to Mr. Lowe. 417 May St.. Ham. I2:1?:lt LOST Brown dog, one short, car, one ruffled ear, weight 40 lbs., leather collar, with brass buttons and wire ring in collar. Liberal re ward. Phone 6S2-R Indiana Harbor. 12.12:lt FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES Storage Uatterie charged, rented and repaired. The S. & M, Battery Service, 318 Fav-ette street, Haru mond, phone 2(555 USED FORDS, BOUGHT AND SOLl5 Parking Space, rear of Hammond Building, Hammond. ll::20t SPEAl7FOR"'WiTWi:EKl Come prepaj-ed to drive a used car away for $75.00. O'NEtL AUTO SALES 851 Calumet ave.. phone 2 Ham mond. 12:4: It. USED FORIXS FOR SALE AT ZIMMERMAN MOTOR SALES CO. Whiting, Indiana. Phone Whiting 15. Ono 1921 sedan. One 1920 sedan. One 1920 coupe. One 1918 Coupe. One 19 1 S sedan. One 1920 touring Ono 1920 touring. Six good touring cars, without starters, $75 to $100. Four good Roadsters, $50 to $100. Two 1922 Chassis, purchased from Insurance company. Both cars are less than four months old. Our price is right. We give liberal terms on all used cars. If you need a car and have $25, come and let us explain our plan on the balance. 1 2:3: Ht FOR BALE 4f.O Chevrolet. 1920 car. 600 Sherman st.. Ham. 12:9:3t FOR SALE Ford sedan, everything In first class condition. Termi. E. S. Cooper, phone 390; 17 Rus sell street. Hammond. 12.11 : 2 1 KISSEL ROADSTER We aro pleaded to offer tills beau tiful, very smart appearing", latest model Ktisel Sport Ruadster at a substantial saving. The body Is finished In Midnight blue with Fix white wire wheels: special trunk, two bumpe, cicar lighter, clock, stop light, cut out. shock absorbers, oot lipht. motor meter and many other extra The circumstances stirround'ng the sale of this high grade roadster are such that we can take a very small payment down and extend the bal ance over a period of 12 months. wPh ono y ear's lnr-i'-in.-o and d!s counting charges included. This ear cost now over $4,000 and we are making this special offer to dispose of thlH car at once. Remember, - mi will have to act quickly to pet this rari bargain at $1,350. Open evenings and SunJay LT!0 P. KNOBRZER At Champion Auto Equipment Co. Phone 663. Chicago and SheT'eld avenue. Hammond. l2:ll:2t FORKAT.E 190 "Chevrolet sedan, late 19J2. several extras. Run SO0 miles, private use. Will give thor ough demonstration. Price very re asonable. Terms if desired. Must be seen to be appreciated. Phone Hammond 42QQ-M. J- :L1 :3t WTfsTl7E-.rhevrolet touring ar. 1!'20. fur JH'f -as!i. ''all at 204 Michigan ave.. Ham mond. 1212:1 1. FOR .SALE Rutoksrdan. model 1921 In A-l shnpe, jr ist, b" seen to b apprf elate. l; bargain. 3425 l"u. k avcr,u, Indiana Harbor 12:12::" Ft TTFsTO-F. T d3 i g h f (1 e ! U e -; ..T." good mechanical i-ond'tloli. good tires, very cheap. Calumet Avenue Garage, Hammond. 1 2 : 1 2 : 1 1 " WANTED JCTEXCHANGE" FOR KXCHANOK is" acr: - Canad ian land for flats , or farms. Ad dress 1J. M., car" Times, Hum mer, d. 1 2:1 2 -It LEGAL NOTICES notice: I will not be responsible for any debta contracted by aiiyone but my self. JOHN SIMON. 8342 Commonwealth, 12:9:St Indiana Harbor NOTICE OF STORAGE SALE The following described property will be sold for storage charges at Golden Brothers Storage, corner of Fayette and Bohl streets, December 2Sth, 1922: One cot, two tables, one commode, one bed, one spring, one mattress, one gaa plate, four chairs, two roc kers. Takes as the property of IL Harmon. Two boxes, one bundle. Taken as the property of J. P. Freeman. Three boxes, one barrel, one roc ker. Taken as the property of Mrs. Cora Hendricks. One bdl. cots. 7 bdL boards, one barrel, one carton, one wheel, two bundles. Taken as the property of IA P. Whitney. Four chairs, one rocker, four rolls linoleum, one bed, one spring, one dresser, one mirror, one bench, one ironing board, one w. board, one basket, one davenport, one heating oiove, two tubs, one sewing mach ine, one child's rocker, one Jar, one box. one refrigerator, one grapho phone. Taken as the property of E. S. Tlmmona. 11:28:11.5:12 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS OF HEARING ON FRIMA.RY OR PRIMA FACIE ASSESSMENT ROLL. Office of City Clerk. East Chicago, Indiana, December 4th. 1922. You are hereby notified that the Board of Public. Works of the City of East Chicago, Indiana, did on the 4th day of December, 1922, approve a Primary or Prima Facie Assess ment Roll showing tho primary or prima facie assessments for the im provement of Forsythe Ave. with C ft. Sidewalk on the west side of said Street from North Line of 141st St.. to end of Bridge over canal, a distance 2 500 ft. Also nec essary wooden approach to Bridge thence on Forsythe Ave. to North Line of S1 of SW'i S:c. 17 T 37 N R. 9 W. of 2nd P. M, authorized by Improvement Resolution No. A233. paased and approved by the Board on the 1st day of July. 1922. That said Board of 'Public. Works will meet on the 27th day of Dec eember, 1922. at 2:30 I". M. oVlo.-K. at its offices and will hear al! pre sons interested and receive and con sider remonstrances from owners of property, either in per- oi or by l epresentativc, against tho amounts assessed against their property des scrlbed on said Roll, and will de termine the question as to whether such lots, tracts of land or parcels of grounds have been benefited In the sums and amounts named on said P.oll, or in greater or less gums, or In any sum. Such primary or prima facie as sessment roil showing the primary or rrlma facie assessments, together with the names of owners and de scriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on tile and may be seeti at the office of the Board of Public Works. By order of the Board of Public Works this 4th day of December, 1922. JOHN BOCIIXOWSKI, M. J. KIERXAN, KARL D. NORRIS. Board of Public Works. Attest: 12:5-12 WILLIAM H. MILLER. Clerk of Board NOTICE TO NON-ni SIDEN'T. STATE OF INDIANA. LKE COUN TY. IN THE UKE SUPERIOR COURT. SITTING AT HAMMOND. INDIANA, NOVEMBER TERM. I 1922. Eben N. Bunnell, doing business under the name of E. X'. Bunnell Motor Company vs. Herma.n Pierst orf et a!. Cause No. 22567. Action to Foreclose Auto Lien. Now comes the plaintiff by Ibach. Gavit. Stinson & Gavit. Its attor neys: and lilc.i Its complaint herein, together with an affidavit of a com petent person, showing that the de fendants thereto, to-wit: Herman Piersiorf and Clarence Plerstorf, afe not residents of the State of Indiana. ?aid defendants are therefore hereby notified of the pendency of paid action and that the same wili stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless they appear and answer or demur there in, at the -ailing of said caute, or. tho 22nd day of January, A. D. 1923, the same being the 13th day of t lie next term of said Court to be begun and held in Room number 1 in the Court llouyse at Hammoni in sub, County and State, on the 2nd Monday of January, A. D. 1923. said action wili be heard and de termined in their absenco. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto set my band aai affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 25th day of November, A. D. 1922. HERBERT L. WHEATON. (Sea!) Clerk Lake Superior Court. By Ruth Eerg, Deputy 'b-rk. 11:28:12:5:12 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUN TV, IN Tim LAKE SUPERIOR COURT, SITTING AT HAMMOND INDIANA, NOVEMBER TERM, 1S22. Anna Homeler vs. Herman J Homeler et al. Cause No. 22397. Action, for separate maintenance. No-.v comes the plaintiff by Jesse E. Wilson, attorney and flies her comr lainan; in re in, togethi-r with an affidavit of a continent person, shewing that the defendant thereto, to wit: Mary Homeler l n- t a resi dent of the State of Indiana. Said, defendant is therefore hereby rotitUd of the pen1---,,oy of said action and that the s..me will stand f -r !r: it at - r.-.C t-nm of said Court, and that unless she ap pears and answers or demurs therein in. at th" calling of said cause, or. the 5th day of February, ,. D. 1923. the same bc'.np the 23'h dy -of the next term of snici Co'ft to be begun and held in Room number 1 in the (: rt Ho-.:-.-- at JI.imi!.'. n-1. in said County and State on th" day of .in n u try, A . I '. action v.-ill be heard ami 2nd Mon- I ; 2 .1, sal d le n t mined In her absence IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here unto s-et my hand and affix tin seal of said Court, at Hammond, Indiana, this 4th da-.- of -'nicer, A if ".i1--. HERBERT L. WHEATON Clerk L. S. C. By CORA D. ANDERSON, Deputy ("erk. 5, 12, 19. SHEEIFF8 SALE STATE OF INDIANA. COUNTY OI LAKE. SS: NO. 3246. PORTER SUPERIOR. COURT, NOVEMBER TETtT1 1921. Sterling Midland Coal Company vs. Citizens' Cumpany. a Corporation. By virtue of an Execution to mo directed from the Clerk of the Porter Superior Court, I v. ill expose to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the east door of the Court House in Crown Point, Indiana, on t'-it urday, the 6th day of Jan uary, 1922, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M., and four o'clock P. M., the rents and profits for a period not exceeding seven years, of the fol- When Yoa Need It The borrowing public of this locality can always depend up on us. Thousands of satisfied customers -ndre ;i :ul ouch for tills sta'eni.n:. No matter what rcison 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 plan for re-payment. Borrow $40.or ' Pay $2.00 per io.on.ti; Borrow 3-30.00 Pay $3.00 per month Sorrow glOO.CO Pey 53.00 per month Borrow $200.0 Pay 510.00 per month Borrow 83OO.O0 Pay $15.00 per month With interest at 3'4 per cent on the unpaid monthly balance. Von can also pay more each month if desired and reduce the cost. All Loans Made on your own security, y-i' h as Household Goods, Pint-,...-. Live iVtoeli. etc., which i :i. litis in vnur posy-ossioc. All Busine--3 Confidential 1 ft sr . . si r ii r --i trT2r Room Fa nam a Bldg. 14S-150 Eas State Street. Hammond. Indiana. Phone 323 Under State Supervision ;B if! Loan Assn. lowing described real estate, to-wlt: Part of Block No. One (1) in a subdivision of part of the South east quarter of Section 29, Town ship 37 North, Range Nine, West of the Second Principal Meridian In the City of East Chicago, as f.hown on the recorded plat of : aid Subdivision in the Recorder's Of fice of Lake County, Indiana, as the same appears of record in Plat Book No. 2, Page II, beginning at a point In said Flock No 1 on the toath line thereof being the north lino of Exchange Avenue, 210 feet east of the east line of Fors.yth Avenue, thence north and parallel to said east line of Forsyth Avenue to the south lino of the Chicago and Cal umet Terminal Railway Company's right of way, thence east along the fcouth line of said Chicago and Calumet Terminal Railway Com pany's right of way for a distance of 150 feet, thence south and par allel to the east line of Forsyth Avenue to the north line of Ex change Avenue, thence west along said north line of Exchange Ave nue 150 feet to the place of be ginning. In Lake County, Indiana. If said rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs. I will at the same time and place offer for sale the feo tdmple in and to said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said judgment. Interest, costs and ac cruing costs. Said sale will he made with relief from valuation or ap praisement laws. Taken as the property of Citizens' Company, a Corporation, at the suit of Sterling Midland Coal Company. WILLIAM H. OLD3. Sheriff Lake County, Indiana J. E. WILSON, Att'y for Plaintiff. 12:12:19:26 NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board of Public Works of the City of Hammond, In diana, until 2 o'clock; I'. M Central Standard Time, on the Twenty-seventh day of December, 1922, to furn i h 4500 feet of 16 inch Cast Iron Pipe., Class B. Shipment to be F. O. B. Hammond, Indiana, City Yards, E. J. & E. Dely. A certified check or equivalent surety payment to the City of Ham mond, for a bum not less than five per cent (5) of the amount of tho bid, shall be deposited with each proposal as a guarantee that the Liader will execute contract. A satisfactory Bond will be re quired for the faithful perf ormanoc of said contract for an amount equal lu contract prices. A non-collusion affidavit is requir ed with each proposal in accordance with the Law of the State of Ind iana. Rids will be publicly opened, read and scheduled and the contract awarded as soon therafter as prac ticable. The Board of Public Works re serves the right to reject any or all bids. (Signed) j A. J. SWANSON, JACOB WIKER. i F. C. DIETRICH. j Board of Public Works j Clerk Water Dept. 12:12:19:16 i 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 atc 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. En ! fPubliilied witli The TODAY'S BLUNDER CORRECTED By J. I.. Rota le. Poatmaater of Hammond, Ind. The word "City" should not be used as a part of the address on a letter or package . It does not take much longer to write out the name of the city, with the State, and it may save annoying delay. Letters which are sealed with a sponge and those upon which the stamps are dampened with a sponge frequently stick together, and if a letter ad dressed "City" sticks to a letter ad dressed to another city and should be misthrown to that other city, it is a matter of chance whether or not It will he delivered; and if It is de livered there is sure to be a delay. Traveling men sometimes fall In to the habit of using the word "City" as a part of the address, for getful of the fact that when the let ter is mailed It will not be tn the city in which they reside, and there fore deflay, and perhaps non-delivery Is the result. The designa tion North, South, East or West before name of the street shroul 1 always fbe used to avoid delay when ii. Is required as a part of the ad dress . The "sugar ash" of Sicily contains a sap that hardens Into cane sugar which the natives use without re fining. 3 mm? lllililliHin tfirttffrt ,u-"lgif -iTI. i umjl i - yjs ( fir-n.f ; r . yrX " A? 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