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SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1.924
IMPROVEMENT IN
" TRADECOWTINUES
No Change in Character of
Stock Market,
Average Stock Prices
Average price of twenty Industrial
stocks Friday was 102.53. up .35. Aver
age price of twenty rails was 89.33, up
.42. Average price of forty bonds was
90.84. up .02.
By Vnitrd Pres*
NEW YORK, Oct. 25.—The weekly
mercantile reviews reported business
expansion in the face of pre-election
hesitation. It was declared that op
timism over trade conditions was
most notable In parts of the North
west. where depression was rampant
a year ago.
Stocks made good response in the
early dealings to the growing con
fidence in commercial centers. Cast
Iron Pipe soared to a record high at
117 s * at the head of a forward move
ment among the industrials, while
’Frisco common’s strength was the
outstanding feature of the rails.
No change took place In the char
acter of the market at the week-end.
Trading was on a considerably re
stricted scale as compared with the
activity maintained in the earlier
sessions of the week.
Encouragement was derived from
®.e weekly bulletins of the mercan
tile agencies, which described con
tinuing betterment In commercial
lines. American Woolen had an
other sinking spell, depressed by
professional selling based or. talk
of Increasing competition In the tex
tole Industry.
Local Bank Clearings
Bank clearing - * Saturday were 53.124.-
000. Year ago. $2,560,000. For the
week, $18.138 000 Year ago. $19,496,000.
Debits amounted to $5,500 000. Year
ago. $5 587.000. For the week, $36,020.-
000. Year ago. $33,082,000.
NOGS DOWN 50C:
12,000 RECEIVED
Most Sales, $9,[email protected]
Extreme Top, $10,50.
—Hog Prices Day by Day—
-o<*t. Bulk. Top. Receipt*.
20. [email protected] 11.35 6.590
21. 10.00® 10.25 10.75 12.000 i
22 • 10.006 10 15 10.90 9 500 j
23. 10.00610.25 11.00 6.000'
24. 10 00610.25 11.00 8.000
£5. 9.50® 9.75 1 0.50 12.000
With receipts of hogs at the local !
market estimated at 12,000, trade
again turned weak and a general ;
fc eut of 50c was made in quotations.
Ka load of g'.od butcher hogs corn
landed a top of $10.50 and the rank
and tile of heavy porkers were j
strong at [email protected] Mediums
brought $9.65®10.25. Bulk of trans-1
actions was at $9.50®9.75. Bights,
were quoted at s9® 9.50. Bight lights ;
sold over a range of $8.50®9. Pigs!
were lower at sf>®B.so. Packing
sows also reflected the lower mar
ket at [email protected] for smooths and $8.50
@9 for roughs, Holdovers amounted
to 785.
Cattle were steady on light re
ceipts. During the week the mar
ket has been one of activity and in j
several cases rising prices. Good to i
choice stock has been rather scarce. I
but the outlet for “between” kinds j
of stock has been broadened until |
the market as a whole presents a j
better situation than for several ,
weeks. Good kinds of steers and '
heifers have firmly held irregular ad- j
ranees made at the first of the week I
and a strong demand for all grades 1
of beef cattle has been In evidence.
Calves were off 50c on light de- <
mand. Top was sl2 and extreme I
range was $6.50® 12. Good veals
were cleared at sll @l2. Mediums
were quoted at [email protected] and common
thin calves were quoted unchanged
at $5 @7.
No changes were made In sheep
and lamb prices. Market for lambs
has had an easy undertone during
the week and an extreme top of ’
$13.50 has been maintained. Mixed j
lambs have sold largely at [email protected]
12.50. Good heavies have brought
[email protected] Culls brought sß®9. Sheep
’tave sold nominally steady at $6
"own on meager supply.
—Hogs
Choice lights 8 9.00® 9.50
Light mixed 9.00 6 9.50
Medium mixed . 9.65610 25
Lirht lights 8 50® 9.00
Heavyweights 10.25® 10.5*1
Pigs 6 00 6 8.50
Sows 850® 9.25
—Cattle—
S*..*ers. 1.240 lbs. up. choice.slo [email protected] 11.75
Good [email protected]
Steers. 1.000 to 1.200 lbs,
prime and choice 10.50 611.50
Plain. 1.000 tbs 7.50® 9.00
Medium to good heifers ... 8.50640 00
Choice light heifers 8.50610.00
Common to medium cow# . 3.756 4.50
Choice 5.00 6 5 50
Canners 2.00 6 2.50
Cutters [email protected] 3.50
Bo'ogna brills 3 50 6 4 25
Butcher bulls 4 50® 6.00
—Calves—
Choice veals $12.00
Lightweight veals 8.506 9.50
Good veals 11 506 12.00
Common heavies 6.00(5: 8.00
—Sheep and Lambs—
Good to choice iambs [email protected]
Medium* 10.50® 11.50
Cull lambs 8 [email protected]
Good to choice ewes 4 50 3 6.00
Culls 2.00® 3.00
Other Live Stock
FAST BUFFALO. Oct 25.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 375: market, slow, steady; shipping
s’errs. $6 50 ft 9 50; butcher grades, $7 6
9.25: cow* $266 Calves—Receipts. 100:
market, slow and 50e lower: cull to choice.
$3613. Sheep and lambs—Receipts. 1-
500: market, slow, lambs 25c lower, sheep
steady: choke lamb*. $13614: cull to fair.
SB6 12: yearlings, $7 6 10: sheep $36 8.
Hogs—R-'-etpt*. 6.400; market. dull,
steady to 10c lower: yorkers. $8.50®
10.50; pigs. SS®B.SO mixed. sloso®
10.65: heavies. $10.50® 10.75; roughs,
$9 69.25: stags, $5 6 6.50.
CLEVELAND. Oct. 25.—Hogs—Re
ceipts. 2.500: market. 40c lowr: yorkers.
$10: mixed, $10.25; medium. $lO 50: pigs,
ss: roughs. $9; stags, $6.50. Cattle—Re
ceipts. 100: market, steady: good to choice
bulls. s.>6 6: good to choice steers, $9 6
10: good to choice heifers, $6 67: good
choice cows $46 5; fair to good cows.
4: common cows. $263: milchers.
35 6 75. Sheep and lambs—receipts,
market. 25c lower: top $13.75.
Calves—R-.-eipts, 300: market. $l5O low
er: top. $12.50.
PITTS BURGH. Oct. 25.—Cattle—Re
ceipt'. light: market slow; choice, $8.35
6 8.75: good. $8.256 8.35: fair. [email protected]:
veal calvf s. 512.506 13.50. Sheep and
lambs—Receipts. 3 double deckers: mar
ket. steady: prime weathers. $7.25 6 7.50:
good. $6.5067: fair mixed ss®6 lambs.
slo® 13.75. Hogs—Receipts 40 double
deckers: market, lower: prime heavies.
510.40 610.50: medium. $10.15(310.26:
heavy Yorkers. $lO @10.15: light Yorkers.
New York Stocks
(By Thomson A McKinnon)
—Oct. 25-
Railroads— Frev.
High. Low. Close. close
Atchison ..106% ... 105% 106%
B. 4 0 61% ... 81% 61%
C. 4 O 61% 61% 61% 83%
C. &N. W. 60% ... 60% ...
C„ R & P. 34% 33% 33% 33%
D * Lack. 139% 138 138 139
Erie 28 27% 27% 28 Vi
Gt Nor pfd 61 % ... 61 % 61 %
Lehigh Val 6 4 63% 63% 63%
Mo Pac pfd .57% 57% 57% 57%
N T Cen.. . 108 % 107% 108 107%
N T.NH4H 20 25% 25% 25
Nor Pac... 03% 63% 03% 03%
Nor & W 125 % 125 125% 125%
Pennsylvan. 45% 45% 45% 45%
Reading . . 62 % ... 62 02 %
So Railway 60% 65% 06% 05%
So Pacific.. 94% ... 94 94
St Paul pfd 22% 20% 23% 20%
S L &S W 41% ... 41% 41%
Union Pac 138% 138% 138% 139%
Wabash pfd 44% —. 44% 44%
Rubbers—
Goodyr pfd. 67% 07% 67
Kelly-Spg . . 16
U S Rub... 32% 32% 32%
Equipments—
Am Loco.. 79 . 79 79%
Bald Loco 119% 118% 118 s
Gen Elec.. 252% ... 2.50% 253%
Pullman ..130 129% 130 129%
West Elec.. 63 ... 63 62%
Steels—•
Bethlehem. 40% 4040% 40
Colorado F. 40V* 89% 40% 39
Crucible'.-.. 54% ... 53% 54
Gulf States 69% ... 69 09%
R I 4 Steel ... ... 43 % 43 %
U S Steel M 07% 107% 107% 107%
Motors—
Am Bosch.. 20 24 % 20 24%
Chandler M ... „. . „. . 33%
Gen Mot.. ... ... 58 57%
Max M (A) 07% 65% 66% 67%
Max M (B> 21% 20% 20% 21
Mack Mot.. 100% 98% 99 100%
Studebaker. 89% 38 % 89 39
Stewart-W.. 54 53% 64 54
Timken ..... ... SO 30 %
Willy s-Over 8% 8% 8% 8
Minings—
fist Nickel 19% 19% 19% 19%
Tex G A Sul 79 78 78 79
Coppers—
Am Smelt.. 79 78 78 78%
Anaconda... 37 36% 38% 36 %
Kenneoott.. 46% 40% 40% 40%,
U S Smelt. 34% 34 34% 34%
Oils—
Cal Petrol.. 22% 22 % 22% 22%
Cosden . ... 27% 23% 20 s , 27
Houston 011 69 r. . . 09 70
Marladn 011 35% 34% 33 3.5%
P-A Pete ... 51 %
P-A P IB) .51% 50% 50% 51%
Pacific Oil. .51% 50% 60% 61%
Pro 4 Ref.. 27 ... 28% 27
Pure Oil . . 23 % ... 23 % 23 %
Roval Dutch 43 42% 42% 43%
S Oil of C.. .59 55% 68% 68%
S Oil of N J 36% >. . 36 86%
Sinclair ... 17% 17 17% 17%
Texas Cos.. 41% 41% 41% 41%
Industrials—
Allied Ch. 71%
Am Can .182% 130% 131% 132%
A HAL pfd . . ... 00 V*
Am lea ... ... 78 %
Am Wool . 53% 61% 52% 63%
Cow Cola .76% ... "6% 76%
Con Can ..67% 67 67 57%
T)av Chem. 40% 4.5% 46% 45%
Fam Play . 83% 83 83% 83%
Gen Asph ... ... ... 41%
Tn Paper . 43% 43% 43% 42%
M & 5V . . 37 % ... 37 % 37 %
Sears-Roe .109% 108% 109 109%
U S C I P. 117% 115% 115% 116
0 8 In AI . 73 % 73 % 73 % 73
Utilities—
Am T 4 T. 127% 12-% 127% 127%
Con Gas ..70% 70% 70% 70%
Col Gaa ... 43% 43% 43% 43%
Shipping—
Am In Cor. 28% 27% 28% 2$
In M M pld 36% 36% 30% 37%
Foods—
Am Sng ~ 89% 39% 39% 30%
Am Beet S. 36% ... 30% ...
Com Pro . 37 36% 30% 37%
CCS pfd. 50 % 50 50 % 50 %
C-A Bug . 29% 29% 29% 29%
Fleiscbm .. 78% 70 78% 77%
Nat Bis .. 73% 73% 73% 72%
Tobaccos—
Am Tob ..101% ... 101% 101%
To ITo B. 65% 04% 05% 64%
New York Curb Market
(By Thomson 4 McKinnon)
—Oct, 25
—Opening—
Bid. Ask.
Standard Oil. Indiana 58% 58%
Standard Oil. Kansas 35 3.5%
Standard Oil, Kv 117 117%
Standard Oil. New York.... 42% 42%
Tnip. Oil 1(,0% 1 <*7
Indiana Pipe Lino
Int. Pete 19% 19%
Ohio Oil J f 64% 6>%
Prairie Oil and Gas 216 217
Prairie Pipe 10.5 100
Vacuum 31 % 32%
Mutual Oil 11% 11%
Citie* Service ~.14'P, 143
Cites Service pfd . 78 % 76%
Cities Sendee Bankers .... 14% 14%
Oulf 0:1 64% 86
New Mexico Land 7% 7%
Sait Creek 20% 20 %
Goodyear 14 14 %
Radio Corp. 6 % 5 %
Stutz —5% 6
Ford (Canada) 440 400
Dubiler Radio 63 % 63 %
Royal Canadian ..
Produce Markets
Strictly fresh new-laid No. 1 eggs, largo
size. 46r: No. 2 or held eggs. 30c: fowls.
4% pounds up, 21e: under 4% pounds,
21c: epeks. 12c: springer*. 19c: Leghorn
poultry. 25 per cent discount: young tom
turkeys. 12 pound* up. 27c: young hen
turkeys. 8 pounds up. 270: old tom tur
keys, 22c; ducks. 4 pounds up. 15c;
gre tc, 10 pounds up. 12c: squabs. 10
pounds to doz -n. $3.75: young guineas 2-
pound size. $7 dozen: packing stock but
ter 22c. Butter fat delivered Indianapolis.
38c: packing stock butter delivered Indian
apolis. 20® 22c lb.
CLEVELAND. Oet. 25.— T.tve poultry—
Heavy fowls. [email protected]: light. 16318 e;
hrax-y 25® 26c; light springers.
19ft 22c: rooters. 15® 10r: duck*. 18®
22c; geese 18<ii22e. Butter—Extra ini
tub*. 41 ® 42c; extra first*. 39 ft 10c;
first*. 37ft 3.8 c: packing *tork. 25ft 27c;
standard, .78c. Eggs—Fresh gathered
northern extras. 64e: extra firsts, wj.’f :
Ohio firsts. 48c: western firsts, 47 %e.
Potatoes —Michigan branded. $1.75 per
150 pounds: New York branded. $7.10
per 120 pounds; Colorado, 51.25® 1.50 per
120 pounds.
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.—Butter —Reretpts.
9.760; creamery. 37e: standards. 84 %e:
fir-t*. 30% 6 32c: seconds. 28® 29c Eggs
—Receipts, 0.018; ordinaries. 87 5? 39c:
firsts. 41 348 c. Cheese—Twins. 18 %e;
Americas. 19c. Poultry—Receipts. 5 cars:
fowls 10®21e: ducks, 19e: geese. 17c:
springs. 21 %c: turkeys. £se; roosters.
15c Potatoes —Receipts. 337 ears: Minne
sota and North Dakota Red River Ohio*.
[email protected]$l: South Dakota Early Ohlos 85®
95e; bulk Early Ohio*. [email protected]: Minne
sota round whites. 75 390 c; Wisconsin
round whites, 75 390 c.
.$8 3 8.50: pigs [email protected] 8; rough*. $8.50®
9.25; stags. [email protected]
TOLEDO. Oct. 25.—Hors—RceeUps.
800. market.. 25c lower heavier $10.30®
1(140; medium. $lO3lO 25: Yorker.
$9.75 3 10: good pigs SB3B 25. Calves
—Market, lower. Sheep and lambs—Mar
ket. lower.
CHICAGO. Oct. 25.—Hogs—Receipts.
0.000. market, mostly 10c off: light lights
and killing pigs 25c off. top $lO 50:
bilk, $8 803 10.10: heavyweights. $9 90
ft 10.50; ntediumweight*. $9.70 @ 10.50
light. $8310.15: light lights. $739,215:
heavy packing sows, $939 25: packing
sows, rough. $8:[email protected]: killing ptgs. $6.75
3 7.75. Cattle—Receipts, 1.000: market,
compared last week: weighty fed steers
and in-between kinds 25350 c off; year
lings ajtd better grade lightweights 15®
25c up; western grassers steady; fat she
stock ar.d calves 25® 50c up: bull* 15ft
25c up week's top yearlings, $12.85;
years highest best matured steers $11:
wx-ck’s fed steers and yearlings $8.25 ft
11.50; western grassers. $0ft7.25: fat
cows. $437.75; heifers. $4.50 3 7 50: oan
ners and cutters $2.7533 40: veal calves.
$9 50® 10.50: stockers and feeders. $5.50
@7. Sheep—Receipts i.000: market,
steady: fat native iambs. $13.75: for
week. 6.500 direct and 136 double de. k
westerns compared last week killing
classes generally 25c upyfeedlng lambs 50
@7sc up: week’s prices fat native lambs,
$13.50® 14; top. $14.35; rangers, $13.75
314.25: comebacks $13.50 3 14; clipped
lambs, $11.75® 12.60: yearlings. slo®
11.25; aged wethers, $7.25®7.75: ewes,
$5®6.75- top. $7: desirable ranger feed
ers. $13313.75: top, sl4: short mouthed
breeder ev.es. $6.50 @7.50.
Prices on Coal
Indianapolis retail coal prices as an
nounced by dealers are: Indiana Lump.
$0 a ton; Coke. $10: Kentucky Lump.
$7.50; West Virginia Lump, $7: Pocahon
tas Lump. $9.25: mine run. $7: Anthra
cite. $16.50.
Hay Market Prices
Wagop load prices of hay and grain at
Indianapolis are as follows:
Timothy—[email protected] a ton; mixed, sl2 3
14. Corn—sl.2s a bushel. Oata—6o®
55c. k
WHEAT EVENS UP
WEEK’S DECLINE
Corn Hits New Low, but Re
covers,
By Vntteit Pres*
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.—Prices of
grain futures finished fractionally
higher on the Board of Trade today
after the most exciting Saturday ses
sion in several months.
Belated liquidation hammered
wheat sharply lower, but in the final
week-end evening up by short the
market rallied, recovered the day’s
losses and finished fractionally above
the opening.
Corn broke to anew low on the
present movement, but rallied later
when wheat turned strong.
Oats finished Irregular. Slackened
cash demand caused a fractional re
cession in spot options. May way up
on commission house buying, while
July slumped on better crop news.
Provisions finished slightly higher
with grains.
Chicago Grain Table
—Oct. 25
WHEAT— Prev.
Open. High. Low. Close, close.
Deo. 141% 143% 139% 1.41% 1.41%
May 1.40 1 47% 144% 1.40% 1.40%
July 130% 1.32% 1.30% 1.30% 1.30%
CORN—
Dee. 101% 103% 1.00% 102 101%
May 104% 1 07 1 04 1.05% 104%
July 1 0-1% 1 07% 104% 1.05% 1.05%
OATS—
De<j. .48% .49% 48 .48% MS %
May .62% 63% .62% .53 .53
July .61% .61% AO% .61 .60%
LARD—
-o<*t 15.50 15 07 15.50 16 07 15 00
RIBS—
Oet. Nominal. 14.97 13.00
RYE—
Den. 1 24 1.28 1.20% 1.22% 125%
May 1 28 1.28% 1.22% 1.24 1.62%
Primary receipts: Wheat. 2.887,000.
against 1,167,000; com. 028.000, against
697.000: oats. 1.235,000. against 946.000.
Shipments: Wheat. 1,961.000, against
610,000: com. 890,000, against 2.810,000;
oata, 1.221,000. against 701.000.
Cash Grain
Saturday - * receipts. 72 ears Prices
quoted 41% f. o. b basis to New York,
hay on track. Indianapolis bids for grain
at the Indianapolis Board of Trnds, were.
Wheat—Steady: No. 2 red. [email protected]:
No. 2 hard. $1 37 ft 1 40. Com—Easier
No. 2 white. 90 398 c: No 3 while. 95®
97c: No 2 yellow . 90® 98c: No. 3 yel
low, [email protected]: No. 2 mixed, 94396 c; No
3 mixed. 93 ft 95c. Oats—Easier No. 2
white, 443 45c: No. 3 white, 433 44c
Hay—Steady: No. 1 timothy. $lO 3
10 50: No. 1 light clover mixed, $15.60®
16: No. 1 clover mixed. sls @16.50; No.
1 clover hay. sl4-50 @ls.
—lnspections
Wheat—No 2 rail. 0 cars: No. 3 red. 4
care: No. 4 re® 2 cars: No 2 mixed, 1
car total. 13 cars. Corn—No. 2 white. 13
cars; No. 3 white. 3 cars: No 4 white, 1
car: No. 5 white. 1 car: No. 6 white, 1
car; No. 2 yellow. 5 cars: No 3 yellow. 6
cars; No 4 yellow. 2 cars: No. a yellow.
2 cars; No 1 mixed, 1 car; Ng 2 mixed.
1 car. No 3 mixed. 1 car: total. 36 cars
Data—No 2 white. 2 cars: No. 3 white. 20 ]
cars; total. 22 cars. Rye—No. 3. 1 car;
total. 1 car.
CHICAGO. Oct 2.s—Wheat—No. 2
hard. $1.39% @1.40% No. 3. $139%
Corn—No. 4 yellow. $1.02®1.02%: No.
5 sl.Ol % : No. 6 $1.00% @1.01; No 2
mixed. $1.03%. No. 3. $1.01%; No. 5.
$101%; No. 2 white $1.04 @1.04%: No
3. $1013101%: No 4. 31.00% Oats;
No. 3 white. 47 %c. Barley—[email protected]
Rye—sl.22. Timothy
Clover—SlS @29.
TOLEDO Oct. 25.—Wheat—Cash.
$1.50% 3 1.51 % Corn—Cash No 2
51.07% ft 1.06%. Ryei—Cash. $122
Gate—('ash No. 2. 51 %ft 52 %c; No 3.
50% ft 51 % c Barley—Cash. 95c Clov
erseed—Cash, $17.07: October. sl7 95; De
cember. sl7 00; February, $17.05: March.
$17.00. Timothy—Cash and October, $3;
December. $3.10; March. $3.20 Alsike—
Cash. new. sl2 10 old. $12.T0; October.
sl2 40; December, sl2 55; March. 512 75.
Butter—4l ft 42c. Eggs—44 ft 40c. Hay
GJTY ADVERTISEMENT.
DEPARTMENT of public works.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD.
Indianapolis, Ind., Oef 24. 1924
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.•
Notion is hwi*by (riven by tho Board
of I'ubiir Works of the City of Indian
apolis. Indiana, that on the 24th day of
October. 1934, they approved an assess
ment roll showing the prlma facie assess
ments for the following described public
improvement, as authorized by the Im
provement Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11894.
BELI.EFONTAINE STREET.
From north property line of Twenty-
First Street,
To south property line of Twenty-Third
Street,
Except the intersection of Twenty-
Second Street.
By removing: the present pavement and
sand cushion, and resurfacing with 3-
lnch Asphalt: Including brick gutters;
laid on anew 3-inch gravel concrete
foundation after all holes and depressions
in the old concrete base have been brought
to proper grrado. to a uniform width of
27 feet.
Also extending all water, gas, sewer and
other private service connections to prop
erty line, whei - not already In.
All to be as shown on plan and as speci
fied
Contractor in submitting his bid. must
submit a separate bid per cubic yard for
concrete base.
Persons interested in or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works
of said city ha* fixed Monday. Nov. 3.
1924. 2 p m., a* a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard,
against the amount assessed against each
piece of property described in said roll,
and will determine the question as to
whether such lots or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited In the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prlma
facie assessments with the name* of own
ers and descriptions of property subject
to be assessed. Is on file and may be seen
at the office of the Board of Public Works
of said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN,
M J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works. City ot Indian
apolis.
Oct. 25. 27. 2S. 29. 30. fjl. Nov. 1. 1924
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis, lud.. Oct. 18. 1924.
TO WHOM IT CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 17tn day of October.
1924. they approved an assessment roli
showing the prlma facie assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11823.
ADAMS STREET.
From north property hue of Twenty-
Fifth Street.
To south property line of Thirtieth
Street.
By grading the roadway from curb line
to euro line io a uniform width of 24
feet: grading the wings of the intersect
ing streets and alleys in a similar manner
a%: io the widths as shown on plan: con
structing 1 catch-basii incluunig inlet
top; providing 1 new iron inlet; laying
40 lineal feet of 12-inch drain pipe with
connections made to Inlet, catch basin
and manhole: laying 110 square leet of
new cement walks at Twenty-Eighth
Street as showrn on plan.
All to be as shown on plan as specified.
Persons Interested in or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works of
said city has fixed Wednesday. Oct. 29th,
1924, 2 p. m. as a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard,
against the amount assessed each piece cl
property described in said ro)l. and will de
termine the question as to whether such
lots of land have been or will be benefited
In the amounts named on said roll, or in a
greater or less sum than that named on
said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prlma
facie assessments, with the names of own
ers anil descriptions of property subject to
be assc-sed, is on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board of Publie Works
jof said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER
Board of Public Works, City of Indan
arolis.
Oct. 20. 81. id. 23, 24, 85. 87. 1824.
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
39 LEGAL NOTICES
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORM
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis. Ind., Oct. 24. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis,
Indiana, that on the 24th day of October.
1924. they approved an assessment roll
showing the prlma facie assessments for
the following described public Improve
ment, as authorized by' tho Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11798.
NORWOOD STREET.
From cast property line of East Street,
To west property line of Greer Street.
By grading and paving the alley with
Asphalt, Asphaltic Concrete. Concrete or
Brick laid oil a 6 in concrete
foundation from 6' property line
to 0 Inches of property line to a uniform
width of 19 feet; providing 35 lineal feet
of 4xlß-inch Stratified Limestone Mar
ginal Stone or Vix2x2-inch Standard Steel
Paving Guard as specified: resetting one
manhole top to gTade.
Also extending all water, gas. sewer and
other private service connections to prop
erty line, where not already la.
All to be as shown on plan and speci
fied.
Persons interested in or affected by
said described public improvement are
hereby notified that the Board of Public
Works of said city has fixed Monday. Nov.
3rd, 1924. 2 p. m as a date, upon which
remonstrances will be received, or heard,
against the amount assessed against each
piece of property described tn said roll,
and will determine the question as to
whether such lots or tracts ot land have
been or will be benefited In the amounts
name on said roll, or In a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll
Said assessment roll showing said prtma
facie assessments, with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed. Is on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board of Public Works
of said city.
CHARI,ES E. COFFIN,
W. H FREEMAN.
M. J SPENCER.
Board of Public Works, City of Indian
apolis
Oct. 25. 27 28. 29 30. 31 -Nov 1. 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis Ind.. Oct 24. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;
Notice Is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis,
Indiana, that on the 24th day of October
1924. they approved an assessment roll
showing the prlma facie assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11799.
THIRTY FIFTH STREET.
From the southwest property line of
Northwestern Avenue.
To a point of 420 feet west, of the west
property line of Handing Street
Except the Intersecting of Clifton Street.
By grading and paving tho roadway
with Asphalt. Asphaltic Concrete. Concrete
or Brick, laid on a 6 inch grave! concrete
foundation from curb line to curb line to
a uniform width of 27 feet; grading arid
paving the wings of the intersecting
streets and alleys In a similar manner and
to the widths as shown on plxns: providing
38 lineal feet of 0-foot radius granllx
corners, provuiln. 189 Hnez’ feet of 10-
toot radius granite corner*: laying 680
suuare feet of new cement walk as shown
on plans providing 219 lint i! feet of
4xl s Inch Sir itHlrdt Limestone Margins
Stone or %x2x2 inch Standard Steel Pav
ing Guard as specified: resetting 6 man
hole tops to gTade.
Also extend.ng all water, gas sewer and
other private service connections to prop
ertv line, where not alraedy in.
All to be as shown on plan and sped
fled.
Persons Interested m or affected by said
des,-r:bd public Improvement arc hereby
notified that the Board of Publle Works of
said city ha* fixed Monday Nov 3rd
1924. 2 p. m. as a dale upon which re
monstrance* will t>e received. or h- and
against the amount assessed each pice ot
property dea rtbed tn said roil, and will de
termlne the question as to whether ieh
lots nr tracts of land have been or wtil lie
benefited in the amounts named on said :
rod. or In a greater 0 r h-ss sum th:ui that
named on said roll
Said assessment roll showing said prlma
facie ansosHments. w th the narn-’s o’ own
ers and descriptions of property subnet to
tie assessed, is on flic ami mav tie seen at
the office of the Board of Public Works ot
said city.
UHAP.LK9 F BOFFIN
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER
Boa-d of Public Works, City of Indian
spoils.
net 25 27 28 29 30 31 -Nov 1 1924
T’Tty'a dvertTs km Int
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFirK OK THE BOARD
In<Vanapollti. Ind Oet. 24. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY ('()N(T.HN
la hereby *rlv<*r by th* Board of
Public Workh of tho Cisv of ItidinnapolU
Tndlnna. that on th* ‘Mth day of O' h>\wr
1924. thov approved art roll
showing’ tho prima facie lor
tho following pub ' improve
ment. a* authoris'd by tho improvement
Resolution named;
Improvement No. 11882.
YANDES STREET.
From north property imo of Fifteenth
Street
To §outh property line of Sixteenth
Street.
By curbing both side* of the roadwuT
with Stratified Idmeetone. Berea Sand
eton*. irrantte or ,! >x"A inch Concrete irb
to a uniform width of 24 feet; eurhinsr
tho wing-* of the Intersecting; alley-* in a
similar manner and to the a <i?h* a*
shown on pan; providing- lineal feet
of 0-foot radio* granite j rebuild
Inif 4 iron inlets by r< -ttlnsr old enating's
providing 2 new manholo ring:* and eovrrs
to he piaeed on old catch-basiu top* a>
shown on plan.
All to boas shown on plan and speci
fied
persons Interested nr affected by said
described public improvement are herein
notified that the Board of Public Work#
of said city hu fixed Monday, Nov. 3rd
1924. 2 p. m. as a date upon which re
monstrant* w-i)l bo received, or heard,
against tho amount assessed against each
ppN-n f property deni-ribed in said roll, and
will determine the question as u, whether
such lots or tracts of laud have been or
will he boufflt'd in the amount* named on
said roll or in a greater or less sum than
that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing- said prlma
faci4 assessments with the names of own
ers and descriptions yf property subject to
be assessed, is on file and may be peep at
the office of tho Board of l*ublic Works of
said city.
(TFTARDFS F COFFIN.
W H FREEMAN.
M. J SPENCER
Board of Publio Works. City of Indian
• polls.
Oct 25 27. 28, 29 30 31-Nor 1. 1924.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Department of Public Parks, City of In
dianapolis, Office of the Board. City
Hall.
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Park Commissioners of the City of In
dianapolis. Ind., that it is desired and
deemed necessary to make the following
described publio Improvement# in the City
ot Indianapolis, as authorized by the fol
lowing numbered Improvement resolution,
adopted by said Board on the 23d day of
October. 1924.
Improvement Resolution No. 21. 1924
To construct a sidewalk on the south
side of Fall Creek Parkway. South Drive,
from a point 13 feet west of the west
property line of Locke St. to the first al
ley west of Locke St., in the City of In
dianapolis. a psrt of the park and boule
vard system of said city, and said im
provement Is for park puropses. and is to
be made in accordance with the plans and
speci Mentions on file in the office of the
Board of Park Commlssiqnere of said city.
That said Board of Park Commission
ers has fixed Thursday, the tlth day of
November, 1924, at 2 o'clock p. tn, at
the office of said Board, in City Hall, as
the time and place for the public con
sideration of the proposed Improvement,
at which time said Board of Park Com
missioners will receive bids lor such work.
The successful bidder will bo required to
comply with the specifications now on file
snd which may be Been in the office of
the Board; he shall deposit a certified
check in the amount of two and one-half
(2>A) per cent of the engineer's estimate
of the cost of such work bid upon, but
in no case shall any such cheek be for
less than the sum of one hundred (SI 00)
dollars, said check to be certified by a
reputable bank doing business in the said
city of Indianapolis, Ind.
in case no bid is accepted, this check
will be returned to the bidder, but if one
of the bids is accepted and the bidder
shall refuse or neglect to enter into any
contract with the City of Indianapolis,
within five (5) days from the time ho
shall have been notified of the accept
ance of the same, said check shall be for
feited to the City of Indianapolis .as as
certained and liquidated damages for the
failure so to do.
An affidavit of noneolluslon as required
by law must be furnished.
The Board of Park Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any and all bids.
CHARLES A. BOOK WALTER,
FRANK P. MANLY,
A. M. MAGUIRE,
EMSLEY W. JOHNSON,
Board of Park Commissioners of the City
of Indianapolis, Ind.
Oet. 25, Nov. I.
THE CLEVELAND,”* CINCINNATI, CHI
CAGO & ST. LOUIS RY CO. PUBLIC
AUCTION.
The Cleveland. Cincinnati, Chicago & St.
Louis Ry. Cos., the Cincinnati Northern R.
R. Cos., and the E. I. & T. H. R. R. Cos.
will sell the following described freight,
which has not been claimed by owners,
at public auction. Monday. Nov. 3, 1924,
at 9:30 a. m. at the Unclaimed Freight
Station of the C-, C.. C. & St. L. Ry.
Cos.. Capitol Ave. and South St, Indian-
39 LEGAL NOTTCEvS
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(Continued)
apolis, Ind., unless previously claimed by
rightful ow’nera. Lot No.. Consignee, Des
tination, Commodity: R 211, Danville
Doll Cos., Danville. 111.. 2 Bbl. Llj. Bxiof
Cement, 3 Kit Liq. Roof Cement; R 234,
Hobart Mfg. Cos.. Troy 0., 6 Ctns. Enam
elware; R 235, Homer Lucas, Greeneastle.
Ind., 2 00-Gal. Drums Roofing Cement, 2
40-Gal. Drums Rfg. Cement; R 237, E. L.
Scott. Silver Lake, Ind., 1 Crt. 6 Chairs;
R 240. Margie Foster Berry, Fortviile,
Ind., 1 Bx. Notions; R 242, William Was
son, Newcastle, Ind. 1 Stl. Hf. Bbl. Paint
and 1 Kit Roof Cement; R 243. Garland
Cos., Cleveland, 0., 1 Bbl. and 1 Bx. Paint;
R 244, Victor Oil Cos.. Cleveland, 0.. I
Pail and 1 Bx. Paint; R 248. Art Special
ty Cos., Chicago, 111., 1 Bx. Crockery:
R 250, A. D. Brown & Son, Mooreland,
Ind., 1 Box Medicine; R 251, Mrs, Lillie
B. Fletcher, Linndale, t>., 1 Bpx Notions;
R 252, O. O. Vore, Ludlow Fails, 0., P. O.
W. Milton, 0., I Bbl. and 1 Kit Cement:
R 254. J. A. Longbridge, Urbana, 0.. 11
Cs. Enamelware, 27 Cs. Alum. Ware;
R 255, Marked P. J. Darley. billed W. H.
Benwood, 2 Cartons and I Pail Candy:
R 250, F. Sanders, Ludlow Falls. 0., P. O.
Union, 0., 1 Bbl. and 4 Kit Cement;
R 260. Interstate Motor Parts Cos., Cleve
land, 0., 1 Cs. Bolts and Nuts, 1 Cs. Cast
Auto Parts. 2 Cs. Stl. Auto Parts. 1 Bbl.
Stl. Rods: R 262. O N Clay Fodge, Goshen.
Ind.. 6 Cstgs.. valve attd.: R 263, E. J.
Kozolko, Chicago. 111.. 1 Bdl. Wood
Strips; R 264. J. IT. Shaw, Charleston, Il!„
2 Bx. Recleaned Wool Clothing: R 205,
Elmer Kimball, Charleston, 111., P. O. Ash
more. II!., 1 Bbl. Pet Lub. OH; R 207.
1 Old Cylinder Casting: R 208. State Bar
rel Cos., Chicago. 111., 05 Wood Bbl.; R 209.
E. N. McFarl#!id, Union City. Indc, 1 Rx.
Medc.; R 270, Dr. G. H. Michel & Cos..
Cleveland, 0., 2 Bxs. Bottles Mty.: It 274.
Oliver Tire and Rubber Cos., Chicago, 111.,
1 Bdl. 2 Old Tires: R 275. Wenetone Tire
h 4% Rubber Cos.. Chicago. 111., 1 Bdl. 0
U™ Tires; H 270. Warsaw Basket Cos..
Warsaw, Ind., 2 Crts 00 Baskets; R 277,
Leonard Mfg. Cos.. Elkhart, Ind., 2 Cs.
Ferneries: R 278. Victor OH Cos.. Cleve
land. 0., 1 Bbl. and 1 Kit Paint; R 279,
Metropolitan Ref. Cos.. Cleveland, 0., 1
Bbl Boiler Compd ; R ‘lB3. Sylvester
Gibbs, M unci a, Ind.. 1 Bdl. Notions; R 284.
William Young. Champaign. 111., 1 Bdl.
Flat Iron: R 280 Adam Reiser. Cam
bridge City Ind., 1 \Stl. Hf. Bbl. Cement
and 1 Kit Roof Cement: R 291, Pep Prod
ucts Cos.. Cleveland, 0., 3 Crates Waxed
Signs: R 294. Red Devil Prod. Cos.. St.
Louis. Mo.. 1 Bx. Ford Pte ; R 298. New
castle Marble Works, Newcastle. Ind.. 1
Bx. Thermometers; R 300. Hlnde A Daueh
Paper Cos.. Sandusky, O , 2 Bills. Paper
Wrappers: R 302, Johnston Eurn Cos.
Marion. Ind., 4 Crt. Dressers, 2 Crt.
Chiffs, 2 Crt. Bed Ends. 2 Bdl Bed Ralls.
1 Crt. Minors; R 303, Irequois Mfg Cos..
Cleveland. 0., S Bx. Paint; R 305 Ohio
Smelting Ref Cos.. Cleveland. O . 1 Bx.
Notions: R 806, Paul A. Sabo. Granite
City, 111, 1 Dram Tet Refd. Oil; R 310.
O F. Haven. St. Louis, Mo.. 2 Bxs Rales 1
Tickets; R 311, Sum Chuver. Livingston,
111., % Bbl. and 1 Kit Roof Cement
R 812. Order Battle Creek Food Cos . noti
fy Domestio Science Baking Cos., Cloves,
O , 2 bags gluten flour; R 314. .Tamee F.
Ballard. St Louts. Mo., 1 Bx Medicine:
Tt 315 McKee & McKee, Harrisburg. 111..
1 Bx. Printed Matter: R 318. C. F. Wing
ler. Urbana, 111 . I Stl. Hf. Bbl Lfq. Ce
ment and 1 Kit Roof Cement: R 319. Car!
Brown. Greensburg. Ind . 2 Bdl. Steel
Bars; R 320. W E Vasbtnder Lbr. Cos.
Daleville, Ind.. 1 Bx Hen Oil Rubber Cost
Ing. R 322. John A. Rietr, Goshen. Ind.
1 Crt Frame Swing, folded; R 325. Union
Road Garage. Winchester Ind . care R E.
Amhurn. 2 Cs. Battery Solution: It 320, G.
M Wsckaria. Alexandria, Ind., 1 Bag Ani
mal Fond: R 331 A. L, Hobbick Parker
City. Ind.. 1 Pc Pipe R 332. Order Hub
bard Portable Oven Cos . New London. 0..
notify E Borderer, 1 Rx Fire Brick:
F. 335. Regal I’rod Cos . Chicago. 11l . 20 i
Cs. Malt Extracts and 1 C. Hops; R 397.
If. Hildebrand. Browns. O P O Dayton
O , 2 Bags CatCe Feed R 33 Interna
tional Rubber Cos.. Anderson. Ind . 1 Bill
3 Junk Auto Caring-. It 340 The Auto j
Paint and Trim Cos , Connersville. Ind . 2 j
Fiber Cans Paint in OP R 342. Gates Cos !
Chicago. BE. 1 Bdl. Tires and 1 Bdl a
Tubes R 343. F H Mason. Danville, 111.. ,
1 Dram Oil; R 344. Witwer Battery C 0..!
Danville, I!!., ! Crt Battery: It 340 The 1
Flower Shop, Bloomington. I!P, 0 IMP KD !
Paper Boxes; R 317. L. P Lindlaff Chi
• igo. lIP, 2 Bbl. Kitchen Utensils. It 348
W H. Brown. Cardington. 0.. 1 Stock
Crate: R 349 Evens Novel tv Wks. She!- I
by. llle Ind 170 Bdl C.-.rr Boxes. R 350 |
Oliver Oil Gas Burner Cos.. St. Louis, Mo.,
2 Rx of Oil—Burners; It 3'ri. O N Curtis 1
W. Stewart. Danvi!>. I 1 . 5 Bag Mineral :
Swine Feed- It .753 Witwer Battv Cos.
Danville, lIP 2 Crts Batteries; R 35c The
Itdl Cream Beater Cos.. Dayton, O , 1 Cs
M'.'hy: It 357. Lester Eewellen Rugby
Tnd . P O Hartsrille. Ind , I Cs. Acme
Battery Solution jn O'a**: R 358. C M
50.. Delaware, O. 1 Cs Roof Cement
and 3 Pails Paint in Oil; R 859. John H
Stevens. Summitivlie. Tnd 1 Drum .and 1
Cs. Paint in Oil: It 300, peanut Bpe.ri.rity I
Cos Chicago. lIP, 4 Cm Candy: R 3(11
9 M. Horne, Chicago. lIP, 2 Tool Cheys
Ton’s 3 Ctn. Tools 1 Bdl. A; : .- 1 Crt
Trunk Tools. 4 Bx. Tools: R 802, O-N
Charles Tire Corp . Chicago. HP, 56 275
New Pneu. Auto Tires; R 304 Decatur
County Hospital. Greensburg. Ind , 1 Bale
CD Goods; R 305, William H McKinney.
I.awrrncehurg. Ind. 1 Drum R of Cement.
1 Kit Paint in Oil. 1 Bail Roof Cement:
R 360. G G. Sehlcetv London. O. 1 Bdl.
V It.tr' -s Wpd.: El R 4. Mrs. Herbert Al
ien. Washington. Ind.. 1 Davenport F.D
PI R 7. Floyd Chew. Peler-vury Ind . 1
Crt Steel Sign WJL Frame; CN R 9, Na
tional Polish Cos.. Van Wert. 0.. 8 Ilx
l-’urn. Polish. CNR 12. Orrenrllle Water
Works, Greenville. O . 1 Bar Steel: CN R
13. N. P. Smith Waldron. Mich,. 1 Bail
Roof Paint: R 309. Capitol CHv Roofing
Cos. Franklin. Ind.. 5 Drums and 1 Bbl.
Cement; R 370 Jacob Wrench. Quincy 0.,
2 Boxes HH Goods. 1 Dresser. 1 Bbl. HU
Goods. 1 Trunk wired. 1 Tool Box R 371
R E Zorn. Rushville. Ind. 1 Steel Bbl.
I. 11b Oil. In .addition to the above refused
and unclaimed shipments we will sell
many other and damaged shipments .at
tlds auction. Inspection can be made of
the shipments for sale on Friday, Oct,
31 and Saturday a. m.. Nov 1. 1921
Person* claiming any of the foregoing da
B'-ribed articles will please state to the
undersigned the number of same given in
the above list, prove ownership, p.-iy
charges arid take sums away before day
of sale. Description of packages are
copied from freight nr waybill, but neith
er the ouantUy or contents nrc guaranteed
J. K VANCE, Frright Claim Agent. 658
Transportation Bldg. Indianapolis. Ind
Plume Main 5100 Terminal 159. McFAD-
I)EN AUCTION GO., Auctioneers.
Oct. 25. Nov. 1.
CITY AD V K ItTIS KME NX
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis, Ind., Oet 18. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Work* of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on-the 17tn day of October
1924. they approved an assessment roil
showing the prlma facie assessments for
the following described public Improve
ment. ruj authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
'lmprovement Resolution No. 11013.
March 5. 192*.
RANDOLPH STREET,
From southwest property line of Pleas
ant Run Parkway, south drive.
To north property line of Minnesota
Strict.
By paving the roadway with Asphalt.
Asphaltic Concrete. Concrete or Brick,
lala on a 0 inch gravel concrete founda
tion, from curb line to curb line, to a uni
form width of 30 feet: paving the wings
of the Intersecting street* and alleys in a
similar manner and to the widths as
shown on plait: providing 100 lineal feet
of 4xlß-lnch Stratified Limestone Margin
al Stone or %x2x2-ir,eh Standard steel
paving guard, it* specified: resetting 3
manhole tops to grade.
Also exetndtng all water, gas. sewer and
other private service connections to prop
erty line, where not already in.
All to be a* shown on plan and ae speci
fied.
Persons Interested In or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works
of said city has fixed Wednesday, Oet. 29.
1924, 2 p. nt. as a date upon which re
monstrances win bo received, or heard,
against tha amount assessed against each
pieoo of property described In said roll,
and will determina the question as to
whether such lots or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited in the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prima
faele assessments, with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed, is on file and ma.v be seen at
the office of tha Board of Public Works of
said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN,
W. 11. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER
Board of Public Works, City of Indan
a. polls.
0et..20 21. 22. 23 24 25. 27 1924.
CITY’ ADVERTISES!ENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF TUB BOARD
Indianapolis, Ind., Oet. 20, 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 20th day of October,
1924. they apprqSed an assessment roll
showing tho primjl facie assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11157.
BRADLEY AVENUE.
From south property line of Walnut
Street.
To south property line of Tenth Street.
By paving the roadway with Asphalt
Asphaltic Concrete. Concrete or Brick, laid
on a 6-ineh gravel concrete foundation,
from curb line to curb line, to a uni
form width of 30 feet; paving the wing*
of the intersecting treete and allay in a
39 LEGAL NOTICES
(Continued)
similar manner and to widths shown on
plans: providing 180 lin, ft. of 4xlß inch
stratified limestone marginal stone or
%”x2”x2” standard steel paving guard,
as specified: resetting 0 manhole tops
to grade.
Also extending all water, gas. sewer
and other private service connections to
inside of property line, where not al
ready in.
All to be aa shown on plans and as
specified.
Persons Interested In or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board pf Public Works of
said city has fixel Wednesday. Oct. 29,
1924. 2 p. m. as a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard,
against the amount assessed against each
piece of property described in said roll, and
will determine the question as to whether
such lots or tracts of land have been or
will be benefited in the amounts named on
said roll, or in a greater or less sum than
that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prima
facie assessments, with the names of own
frs and descriptions of property subject to
lie assessed, is on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board of Public Works of
said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN,
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works. City of Indian
apolis.
Oct. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 28 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis, Ind.. Oct. 18. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City- of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 17th day of October,
1924 they approved an assessment roll
showing the prima fade assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11544.
BRADBURY AVENUE.
From -west property line of Draper
Street.
To west property line of State Avenue.
By g-radlng and paving the walks with
cement, piaeed next to the curb, to a
uniform width of 5 feet.
All to be a* shown on plan and as speci
fied.
Persons interested tn or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that tho Board of Public Works
of said dty has fixed Wednesday, Oct.
29(h. 1924, 2:00 p. m. as a date upon
which remonstrances will be received, or
heard, acainst the amount assessed against
each pi eon of property described In said
roll, and will determine the question as to
whether such lots or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited tn the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prima
facie assessments, with the names of own
er* and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed is on file and may be seen at
the office of tho Board of Public Works of
sail dty.
v CHARLES E. COFFIN.
> W. 11. FREEMAN.
M. J SPENCER.
Board of Public Work* City of Indiana
polis.
Oct. 20 21. 27, 23 24. 26. 27. 102*.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD.
Indianapolis Ind . Oct 18. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana that on the 17th day of October.
1*74 they approved an assessment roil
showing the prima fame assessments for
the following describ'd public tmprox e
ment, as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improve:* it Resolution No. 11789.
BHRIVER AVENUE.
From north property lino of Twenty-
Thtrd Street.
To south property line of Twenty-Sixth
Street.
Except the Intersection of Twenty-Fifth
Street.
By grading and paving the roadway
with two-course Concrete. Asphalt As
phaltle Cottcrt to nr Brick, laid cm a 6
inch gravel cor..'rets foundation from curb
line to curb hue to a uniform width of
24 feet: grading ::d paving the wings
of the intersecting street and alleys in a
similar manner and to th" widths ae
shown on plans: providing 139 lineal feet
of 4xl 8-unit Stratified Limestone Marginal
Stone resetting 5 manhole tops to grad"
Also extending all water, gas. sewer and
otli* r private service connection to prop
erty line, where not already In.
All to be aa shuwn ott plan and as sped
flfd
Persons Interested In or affected by raid
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Beard of Publio Works
of said city ha* fix'd Wednesday. Oct. 29.
1924. 2 p tn. ns a date upon which re
monstrances will f>- receiv'd, or heard
against the amount ns- —d against each
pH" e of property described In said roll,
and will determine ttie question as to
whether such lots or tracts of Sand have
icon or will 1* benefit'd in the amounts
named on said roll, or In a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prima
facie assessments with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject
to !• ssed. is on file and may be seen
at the office of tho Board of Public Works
of said city.
UHART.ES E COFFIN,
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J SPENCER.
Board of Public Works. City of Indian
apolis.
Oct 20. 21. 27 23. 74. 23. 27. 192*.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIO WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis Indiana Oct. 18, 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice i* hereby given by the Hoard of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that -ei the 17th day of October,
1924, they approved nn ii-sesement roll
showing the prima fano assessment* for
the following described public improve
ment, a* Juthorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11689.
DAWSON STREET.
From eouth property lino of Pleasant
Run Parkway. S. I).
To north property line of Minnesota
Street.
Except tho Intersection of Cottage Ave
nue.
By paving the roadway with Asphalt.
Aephaltie Concrete, Concrete or Brick, laid
on a 6-inch gravel concrete foundation,
from curb line to curb lino, to a uniform
width of 30 feet; paving the wing* of the
intersecting street and nlieys in a similar
manner and to the width# as shown on
plan; providing 150 lineal feet of 4xlß
- Stratified Limestone Marginal Stone
or % x2x2-inch Standard Steed Paving
Guard aa specified; resetting 3 manhole
top* to grade.
Also extending nil water, sewer, gas and
other private service connections to prop
erty line where not already in.
All to be as shown on plan and as speci
fied.
rrasons interested tn or affected by said
described public improvement aro hereby
notified that tho Board of Public Works
of said city has fixed Wednesday. Oct.
29, 1924 2:00 p. m. as a date upon which
remonstrances will be received, or heard,
against tho amount assessed against each
piece of property described In said roll,
and witl determine tho question as to
whether such lota or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited In tho amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or ies>
sum than that named on said roll.
Ss and assessment roll showing said prima
facie assessments, with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed is on file and may be seen
at the office of tho Board of Public
Works of said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Publio Works City of Indian
apolis.
Oct. 20, 21, 22. 23. 24, 25. 27. 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIO WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis. Ind. Oct.. 23. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Publio Works of tho City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 22nd day of October.
1024, they approved an assessment roll
showing the printa facie assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
improvement Resolution No. 10741.
FIRST ALLEY SOUTH OF MERRILL
STREET.
From east prop: rty line of East Street,
To southwest property line of Virginia
Avenue. .3
Except Intersection of first all® cast
of East Street. *
By grading and paving tho alley with
Wooden Block. Asphalt. Asphaltic Con
crete. Concrete or Brick, laid on a 6-inch
gravel concrete foundation, from 6 inches
of property lino to 0 inches of property
line.* to a uniform width of 14 feet; pro
viding 117.50 lin. ft. of 4xlß inch Strfttt
flod Limestone Marginal Stone or % ”*2”
x 2” standard steel paving guard, aa speci
fied.
Also extending all water, gas. sewer and
all other private service connections to in
side of property iine. where not already in.
.all as shown on plan and as specified.
Persons Interested in or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works
of said city has fixed Monday, Nov. 3rd.
1924. 2 p. m. as a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard,
against the amounted assessed against each
piece of property described in said roll and
will deteraiine the question as to whether
such lota or tracts of land have been or
will be benefited is the amounts named, on
■aid roll, or in g greater or less sum than
39 LEGAL NOTICES
(Continued)
that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said
facie assessments, with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed, is ©n file end may be seen at
the office of the Board of Publio Works of
said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works. City of Indian
apolis.
Oct, 24. 25, 27, 28 29, 30. 31. 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 23, 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given bv the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis,
Indiana, that on the 22nd day of October.
1924, they approved an assessment roll
showing the prima fade assessments for
the following described public Improve
ment, aa authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement. Resolution No. 11653.
BROADWAY.
From north property ltns of Fifty-
Fourth Street,
To point 520 feet north of north prop
erty line of Fifty-Sixth Street.
By grading the roadway from curb ltne
to curb line, to a uniform width of 39
feet; grading the wings of the intersect
ing street in a similar manner and to the
widths as shown on plans: curbing both
sides of the roadway with Stratified Lime
stone. Berea Sandstone. Granite or 6x24-
ineh Concrete curb: curbing the wings of
tile intersecting street in a similar manner
and to the widths as shown on plans; re
setting 31 lineal feet of 10-foot radius
comers at Fifty-Fourth Street, due to
changing the width of the roadway from
30 feet to 39 feet: providing 03 lineal
feet of 10-fool radius corners: laying 05
lineal feet of 15-inch drain pipe at Fifty-
Sixth Street, as shown on plan; construct
ing 7 catch-basins, including Inlet topj
providing 5 new iron inlets: laying 340
lineal feet of 12-inch drain pipe with con
nections made to Inlets catch-basins,
manholes and sewers connections at the
manholes to be made at the bench walls
in the manholes.
All to be as shown on plan and as
specified.
Persons interested tn or affected by said
deseribcd public improvement fcre hereby
notified that the Board of Public Work*
of said city has fixed Monday. Nov 3rd.
1924. 2 p. m. as a date upon which re
monstrance* will be received. or
against the amount assessed against each
piece of property described tn said roll, and
will determine the question a* to whether
such lots or tracts of land have been or
will be benefited in the amounts named on
said roll or In a greater or less sum than
that named on said foil.
Said assessment roll showing said prima
facte assessments, with the name# of own
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed, is on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board of Public Works
ot said city.
CHARLES E COFFIN,
W H. FREEMAN.
M J SFENf'F.R,
Board o? Public Works. City of Indian
apolis.
Oct. 24 25. 27 28 29 30 31 1924.
(TTY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis Ind.. Oct 23. 192*.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works ot the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 22nd day of October.
1924. they approved an assessment roll
showing th prima facie assessments for
tho following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11632.
OHIO ST.
From east gutter line of Alabama St.,
To west curb line of East St.
Except that part of the intersection
of New Jersey st.. not necessary to re
surface w here crown and grade is eatis
faetory.
"By removing the present curb and as
much of walk* and lawns a* is necessary
to widen the present 4 0-foot roadway to a
00-foot roadway: removing the present
asphalt and briuk surface from the road
way and the wings of the intersecting
streets and alleys: repairing and restoring
with concrete and binder, the present
foundation, to the proper line, crown and
grade; building new 6-inch concrete foun
dation along both sides of roadway and
in the wing* of Adelaide st. and the first
alley west of New Jersey St. on the south
side: resurface and surface the roadway
with 3-inch Asphalt, from gutter line to
gutter line, to a uniform width of 48
feet; resurface with Asphalt. Ohio St.
from the cast curb line of Alabama St.,
to a point west and from the west curb
'ine of East St., to a point east, so as
to make a suitable Joint to new pave
ment: resurface and surface with 3 .neh
vertical filter brick, using asphalt filler,
laid on anew 1-inch mortar cushion,
from gutter line to curb line on both side*
of the street, to a uniform width of 6
feet and the wings of the Intersecting
streets and alleys, to the widths shown
on plan: curbing both sides of the road
way with Berea Sandstone, to the new
width of roadway: curbing the wing* of
the Intersecting streets and alleys wttj
Berea 8,.i <1 stone, to the widths shown i"
plan; providing 94 lineal feet of 0-foot
Granit" radius corners; providing 03 lineal
feet of 10-foot Granite radius corners, pro
vi-c.r.g 188,5 lineal feet of 15-foot Granite
radius corners; providing 29 lineal feet of
4xlß inch Stratified Limestone marginal
Stone: providing 4 iron inlets: resetting 6
eateh-barins with manhole tops to grade:
laying 80 lineal feet of 12-inch drain
pipe with connections made to catch
basins nad inlets.
Also extending all water, sower, gas and
other private service connections to prop
erty line where not already In.
All to be as shown on plan and as speci
fied.
Contractor In submitting his bid. must
submit a separate bid per lineal foot for
street intersections and a separate bid, per
lineal foot for property frontage, exclusive
of street intersections, including all items
staled above.
Contractor must also submit a separate
bid for new cement walk per square foot,
to lie allowed as an extra: a separate bid
for resetting straight curbing per lineal
foot, to bo allowed as a credit: a separate
bid for resetting radius curia, per lineal
foot, to be allowed as a credit: a separate
bid per lineal foot for straight curbing
that is already in. to be allowed as a
credit: and a separate bid for radius ettrb.
per lineal foot, already In. to be allowed as
a credit.
Persons Interested in or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public IVorke
of said city has fixed Monday, Nov. 8.
1924. 2 p. m.. a* a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard,
against tho amount assessed against each
piece of property described in said roll,
and ffvill determtne the question as to
whether such lot* or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited in the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said nrima
facie assessments, with the names of own
ers and description of property subject to
be assessed, is on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board of Publio Works
of said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
3V. H. FREEMAN,
M. J SPENCER.
Board of Publio Works, City of Indian
apolis.
Oct. 24, 23 27. 28 29 39. 31. 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapoli*. Tnd., Oct. 23. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board
of Publio Works of the City of Indian
apolis, Indiana, that on the 22nd day of
October. 1924. they approved an assess
ment roll showing the prima facie assess
ment* for the following described public
improvement, a* authorized by the Im
provement Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11347.
8. DELAWARE ST.
From north property line of first alloy
south of Hoefgen St..
To north property line of Southern Ave.
By grading and paving the walks with
cement placed next to tho property line
to a uniform width of 5 feet: grading
and paving the alley crossings with ce
ment to a uniform width of 5 feet: grad
ing the lawns to a uniform width of 7%
feet.
AH to be as shown on plan and as speci
fied.
Persons interested In or affected by said
described public improvement* are hereby
notifi*il that the Board of Public Works
of said city has fixed Monday, Nov. 3.
1924. 2 p. m., as a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard,
against the amount assessed against each
piece of property described in said roll,
and will determine the question as to
whether such lots or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited in the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or leas
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prlma
facie assessments, with the name* of own
ers and description* of property subject
to be assessed, is on file and may be Feen
at the oifico of the Board of Public Works
of said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. 11. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works. City of Indian
apolis.
Oct 24, 25, 27. 28. 29, 30. 31. 1924.
NOTICE
Stockholders' annual meeting of the
White River Railroad Company for the
election of officers and general business at
the office of King an & Cos.. Indianapolis.
Saturday, Nov. 15th, at 10 a. m.
A. M. MoVIE. Secretary.
39 LEGAL NOTICES
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis. Ind.. Oct. 23. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 22nd day of October.
1924, they approved an assessment roll
showing the prima fade assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11707.
FIRST ALLEY WEST OF KENWOOD
AVENUE.
From north property line of Lot A 1,
north of Thirtieth Street,
To south property line of Thirty-Second
Street.
By grading and paving the alley with
Asphalt. Asphaltic Concrete. Concrete or
Brick, laid on a 8-ineh gravel concrete
foundation, from 6 inches of property line
to 6 inches of property line, to a uniform
width of 14 feet.
Also extending ail water, sewer, gas and
other private service connections to prop
erty line where not already in.
All to be aa shown on plan and as speci
fied.
Persons interested in or affected by said
described publio improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works of
said city has fixed Monday Nov. 3rd. 1924
2:00 p. m. as a date upon which remon
strances will be received, or heard, against
the amount assessed against each piece of
property described in said roil, and will de
termine the question as to whether such
lots or tracts of land have been or will be
benefited in the amounts named on said
roll. <>r in a greater or less sum than that
narriei on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prlma
faoif assessments, with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject
to he assessed, is on file and may be seen
at the office of the Board of Publio Works
of said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works City of Indian
apolis.
Oct. 24. 25, 27. 28. 29, 30. 31. 1924,
CITY ADVERTISEMENT
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
OFFICE OF THE BOARD
Indianapolis, Ind.. Oct. 23. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Publio Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana that on the 22nd day of October, j
1924 they approved an assessment roll
showing the prima fade assessments for ■
the following described publio improve
ment, as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11442.
PALMER STREET.
Erom East Property Lina of Randolphs
Street.
To West Property Line of Villa Avenue.
By grading and graveling the roadway
from curb line to curb iine. to a uniform
width of 24 feet: grading and graveling
the wings of the intersecting alley to the
width# as shown on plan • curbing both
side* of the roadway with Stratified Lime
stone. Berea Sandstone, Granite or 6x24
inch Concrete curb: curbing the wings of
the intersecting alley tn a similar manner
and to the widths as shown on plan: pro
viding 88 lineal feet of 0 foot radius gran
ite corners; providing two new iron inlets:
laying 44 lineal feet of 12 inch drain
pipe with connections made to inlets and
catch-basin.
All to be as shown on plan and as spec
ified.
Persons Interested tn or affected by said
described publio improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works of
said city has fixed Monday. Nov. 3rd
1924 2:00 p m as a date upon which
remonstrances will be received, or heard,
agalpst the amount asee*sed against each
piece of property described in said roll,
and will determine the question as to
whether such lot or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited in the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Paid assessment roil showing said prima
facte assessments with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed. 1* on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board ot Public Works
of said mty.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works City of Indian
apolis.
Oct. 24. 25. 27, 28. 29. S n . 81. 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORK3.
OFFICE OF THE BOAP.D.
Indianapolis Ind. Oct. 20, 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis.
Indiana, that on the 20th day of October.
1924. they approved an assessment roll
showing the prima facie assessments for
the following described public improve
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
itesolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11713.
UDELL STREET-.
From southwest property line of North
western Avenue.
To northeast property iine of Canal.
F.xeept the intersection of Clifton St.
By grading and paving the roadway
with Asphalt. Asphaltic Concrete, Con
crete or Brick, laid on a 6-inch gravel
concrete foundation from curb line to
curb line to a uniform width of 30 fori:
grading and paving the wings ot the in
tersecting streets and alleys in a similar
manner and to tho widths as shown on
plans: providing 1 new Iron inlet, laying
30 lineal feet of 12-inch dram pipe with
connection* made to Inlet and catch basin:
providing 290 lineal feet of 4xlß-inch
Stratified Limestone Marginal Stone or.
'ix2x‘)-inch Standard Steel Paving Guard
as specified, resetting 7 manhole tops to
grade.
Also extending all water, sewer, gas and
other private service connections to prop
erty line where not already in.
All to be as shown on plan and as
specified.
Persons Interested in or affected by said
described public Improvement, are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Work*
of said city has fixed Wednesday. Oct. 29. I
1924. 2 p. m.. as a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard. 1
against amount assessed against each piece
of property described in said roll, and will
determine the question as to whether such
lots or tracts of land have been ‘ or will >
be benefited in the amounts named on said
roll, or in a greater or leas sue than that
named on said roll.
Said assessment roll showing said prima
facie assessments, with the names of own- 1
ers and descriptions of property subject to
be assessed, is on file and may be seen at
the office of the Board of Public Works
of said city.
CHARLES E. OOFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN.
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works, City of Indian
apolis.
Oet. 2i. 22. 23. 24. 25, 27, 28. 1924.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD.
Indianapolis, Ind.. Oct. 20. 1924.
TO WHOM IT MAY 'CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Public Works of the City of Indianapolis. ;
Indiana, that on the 20th day of October. !
1924, they approved an assessment roll
showing the prima facie assessments for
the following described public improve-1
ment. as authorized by the Improvement
Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 11272.
GLADSTONE AVENUE.
From north property lino of St. Clair 1
Street,
To south property line of Tenth St.
By grading and paving the roadway,
with asphalt, asphaltic concrete, concrete
or brick, laid on a 6-lnch gravel concrete
foundation, from curb line to curb line. 1
to a uniform width of 24 feet: grading
and paving the wings of the intersecting
alley in a similar manner and to the
widths shown on plan; curbing both sides ,
of tho roadway with stratified limestone. !
Berea sandstone, granite of 0x24-ineh con
crete curb; curbing the wings of the in
tersecting alley in a similar manner and
to the widths •* shown on plan; pro-1
viding 38 lineal feet of 0-foot granite
radius corners; constructing 2 catch basins
including inlet tops: providing 2 iron in
lets; laying 94 lineal feet of 12-inch drain,
pipe with connections made to inlets,
catch-basins and manholes; resetting 3
iron inlets to curb grade: providing 54
lineal feet of 4xlß-inch stratified lime
stone marginal stone or %x2x2-incix
standard steel paving guard, as specified:
resetting 3 manhole tops to grade.
Also extending all water, gas. sewer
and other private service connections to
property line, where not already in.
All to be as shown on plan and as
specified.
Persons interested in or affected by said
described public improvement are hereby
notified that the Board of Public Works
of said city has. fixed Wednesday, Oct. 29.
1924, 2 p. m.. as a date upon which re
monstrances will be received, or heard. (
against the amount Assessed against each
piece of property described in said roll. 1
and will determine the question as to,
whether such lots or tracts of land have
been or will be benefited in the amounts
named on said roll, or in a greater or less
sum than that named on said roll.
Said assesemen roll showing said prima
facie assessments, with the names of own
ers and descriptions of property subject
to be assessed, is on file and may be seen
at the office of tho Board of Public Works
of said city.
CHARLES E. COFFIN.
W. H. FREEMAN,
M. J. SPENCER.
Board of Public Works. City of Indian-
Oet. P 'si? 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 28. *1924.
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