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, - " T v "O, - "a. 9 v: .V t 1 -I i 4 4 a . ARE MATTER fmm in OFFICIAL DOES NOT INQ STREET CAR CO. SHOULD HAVE TO PAY. . 'Jf-' liLDING ANEW VIADUCT Vi ifc. Say: It Should be for City and to Make Crossing at Mi." .. iA 'annanoie ivest Second Street. V f-ref VJente reference to tho communication anted by the Pennsylvania rail- yotdj company to the city council at ;ts ;,Jat - Msslon, In which the rail road company apparently made It plain that the delay in the opening of JV8t Second street across the rall oad tracks -was due to the city and her street railroad company, a city Cicer takes decided exceptions. To si Palladium this official said yes erday. I , ' In the matter of building the via J Uicts on West Second street, about , ulch so much has been said. It m that the city Is placed In an almost helpless condition, as the po i', attlon taken by the Pennsylvania ,Rallroad Company in reference to this improvement, will, ' unless the next state Legislature gives tho city arn-r-j enjoyed by the city per Cent, d -oturA q Anmnlstlnn advance of This is certainly price of pref IMnn frwr tha ntv and In other wde citizens desiring a were "eabvement in an tmen- ft" i - ""'st helpless condition. fccumstances.Jv n, tha Pil,navivoni ?I f -fj Position taken by the aold dldnotf a franchise with a ' frHve the right to as- jffi Harbor. kh i hn : f . Whenever,, o,r If h -. if Jinrnnr svr- 1 i .i.' " ----- ... "wges. w 1 1: r. a . ii i'l V P!F Cent fo anla Ratlro-fflP Compa W '"Ivance in ready to at once car. per cent, fc V; after the of the agreement (to $1.50 f. o. i , , Vt, W1U VOBl Ol MIR V I- t miners wav v, i vuu name uiuaiu nnr j iK Jbey never doIng BO the clty 1 "xnrt h? t,y Street or Interurban ..may lncn?asy de8lrmg to use the I increased art,ch the vladucta are -cause of thejare of the C08t If . .f' r ln wh,ch any Street 'This Is toatiway company was a profit ha might bo some cause the ni"ers 4ty t0 aBsumo that re t Hon of an h at .the present time the.businoPKi th4k-rfj44uctg woujd 2'- I lyyeneut to tne Kichmond t IncreJ,rinterurban Railway. Compa- jUtry-Ar any other railway company.' J it "Therefore as the only parties in f terested in this improvement, the .-city of Richmond and the Pennsylva- f wheat makes tender, crispy , brown cakes. Your greter can tell you all about it anscess on the Hip Mt Hospital Treatment Failed. Another Creat Cure by U'. Hood's Sarsaparilla. Charles L. Ilutchins is well known end popular in S. Royal ton, Vt., being driver of the stage to and from Chelsea. He says of his boy Arthur, now 15, Whose portrait appears below : ) "He fell on the mill dam and in Jnred his hip. An abscess developed and dreadful sickness followed. ' The doctors lanced the abscess and later erformed an operation in the Mary lctcher Hospital in Burlington. rthur came near dying after - the operation, but we got him home and neighbors said he would certainly die. In) the spring I began taking Hood's Sarffnparilla, as usual, and gave Arthur a iitile each day. After a week or two theri was a great chante in the boy. He deemed hungry ana one day sur prised us by: exelaiming, 'How good ray food tastes 1 ' We could soon see . the color coming into his face, as day by -"day he got better, seemed more (lively and took more interest in things. i " The s sore is now entirely healed, iiuere is. no pain in nip or umo. Arthur goes to school every day and his health could not be better. To our friends his cure by Hood's Sarsapa rilla seems miraculous." A O O O O O O O O OOOOOOOO OOO OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOO OO O O O O OOOOOODOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOO o o o o o o o Q o o b o t o o. o COVERINGS, DRAPERIES, LACE CURTAINS and WINDOW SHADES, tor your inspection and We clear our stock twice each year, therefore each season we open with all that is new, fresh and attractive. Our prices are right, quality for quality. We are never un der sold. : We have both SPACE and LIGHT, together with every modern facility for executing uiucia iu a manner uenecuy sausiaciory to our pairons. we display in lovely array poooo OOOO OOOOO OO OOO OOOOOO OOOOOOOO 00000000000000000000000000000000000 nla Railroad company, the payment of the cost of the Improvement should be assumed by them as in the case of every other bridge or viaduct that has been built In the city. The city alone should have tho power to say who should have the right to use the streets, and any compensation paid for such right should belong to the city and not used for the payment of a part of the cost of the construc tion of any bridge or viaduct. The Pennsylvania Railroad company as sumed this burden when they - were granted a franchise to use the streets of the city and should carry out their part of the agreement. "If the position taken by the Penn sylvania Railroad company is a cor rect one, it would apply to every im provement of the kind made in the future, not only in the case of a viaduct, but also in the case of an overhead bridge across their road. For example. If It were ever desired on the part of the city that an over head bridge should be built across West Fifth street, the railroad com pany could expect the Street Rail road company to pay a part of the expense in the event that they would want to use the street, aside from the fact that the citizens in that part of the city wanted them to use it. "This is purely a matter In which the city and the Pennsylvania Rail road company are interested, and the improvement should be built at their expense Just as the Sheridan street crossing was made." mZZ, Clg SHE't Oa Girl's Method of Conalna to a De. eltlon oa a Verr Vital Qneatloo. She was standing on a Westport cor ner waiting for a car when he stopped to chat with her. The subject of en gagements came up. "A girl friend of mine once had an awful experience," said she. "Kato bad beeu receiving the attentions of a young man, whom I'll call Tom, for several years. Two or three times he bad asked her to marry him, but she had withheld her answer, One day he was appointed to i position ln an eastern city. That ul.-ju. called on Kate and asked her again to marry him. " 'I need a little time to think it over,' she said. ' 'I leave tomorrow,' said Tom. " 'Well, tomorrow night I'll mall you a letter giving you my answer," said Kate.. Tom went away and the next r'iy left tho city. Kate thought tho uatter over until late In the night. Then she decided upon a plan. She would write two letters to Tom, seal them, address and stamp them. They would look exactly alike. One would accept his proposal, and the other would reject It. She would place them In the pocket of her coat, go to a train, and just an it started she would throw one letter aboard the mall car without trying to see which one It was. "Kate carried out her plan. She went to the Union depot and just as an eastbound train started threw one letter aboard. Then she rushed back Into the depot and opened the other letter to see how fate had decided it for her. With a scream she dropped into a seat and almost fainted." At this point the car stopped and the girl stepped aboard. "Did she accept him?" asked the man on the corner as the car started. The girl replied, but her words were drowned by the rumble of the car. Kansas Cit Times. Dreadful Suffering Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, eliminates scrofulous tendencies, cures dyspepsia and kidney troubles, gives Sound Health, Restful Sleep. It creates good appetite, relieves all symptoms of dyspepsia, makes one feel better, look better, eat and sleep better Special. To meet the wishes of those who prefer medicine in tablet form, we are now putting up Hood's Sarsaparilla in chocolate coated tablets as well a in the usual liquid form. By reducing Hood's Sarsaparilla to a solid extract, we have retained in the tablets the curative properties of every medicinal in rredlent except the alcohol. Of drurfrists. or mailed if your drureist docs not have them. 100 doses tU C 1. Hood Co.. LeweU. Mass. 55jA NOLTE & KEMPER Exceptional Excellence is the stronq feature of COMPARISON strictly upon merit. nuiML wili uid, mat are royai in uesign ana BALLOTING FOB THE SPEAKERS NOVEL MEAN8 TO DETERMINE WHAT PEOPLE WANT FOR . CHATAUQUA. ' THE ATTRACTIONS OFFERED The Most Prominent of the Chautau qua Speaker and Entertainers In the Country Are Available. The program commute of the Chau tauqua realizing that it is a peoples' Institution decided to give the people a chance to advise as tot who should be on the program. A list of ten of the most prominent speakers in the country has been made and it la desired that every reader mark a cross X on the ballot opposite his choice of six of these speakers. In the second list he will mark his choice of four. In the list of entertainers, select three. In the music list, select three. In the list of courses select two. Simply mark opposite the name you desire and bring or sent your ballot to Secretary W. E. Scott, Com mercial Club, Masonic Building, Rich-' mond. It - should be understood that the committee does not know that all of these can be obtained, but has sim ply selected those who do take such engagements and1 might be attractive. It will be necessary after the public" has voiced an opinion to ee if 'their choice can be secured. The time is short and it has been decided that these ballots must all be in by April 9th, bo vote now. Women can vote. PROMINENT SPEAKER8. ( W. J. Bryan. ' ( Sam Jones. ( Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus. ( Gov. J. W. Folk. : . ( Gov. Bob Taylor ' ( Capt. Richard G. Hobson. ( Father MacCorry. ( Hon. Geo. R. Wendllng. ( Senator Dolliver. ( Mrs. Maude BalHneton Booth. OTHER SPEAKERS. ( ( ( Lou J. Beauchamp. humorist. Dr. Frank M. Brlstol.Lecturer. Dr. Thomas E. Green," Lect- urer. ( Congressman J. Adam Beede, Humorist. ( Pres. Richard Carroll, Negro orator. ( ( ogy. ( ( ( Lecturer on Farm topics. Dr. Stanley L. Krebs, Psychol- Mrs. Lottie Crosley, Lecturer, Dr. Robert Mclntyre, Lecturer Father Narel. Lecturer. ENTERTAINERS. Alton Packard. Cartoonist. W. S. Battes, Impersonator. K. Moromoto, Japanese Steri- ( f f opticon and moving pictures. f Mrs. S. Mlramorl, Japanese lady Lecturer, f Klfas Day. entertainer. ( John B. Ratio, entertainer. MUSIC. Jubilee Slnsrers. -Male O'tartette. Kafflr Bnv Crolr. Lyra Ladles TnrA. Kniarhtstnwn Band. Richmond City Band. LFCTURKS IN COURSES. ( Domestic science. ( Miss Mather. ( ( (- Mrs. Rohrer. Mrs. Armstropsr. Boys and Girls Club. During the spring: seasorvbur ctore will be open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday eveningsyOjstore is bril liantly lighted, andjcolor of goods Is perfectly sbcfwA V make fine suits at $15 and $1S Tailorin Company. v. 177; i'. ;.eoWb -. ISUIiDAYr-EXCURSIOIl mmRATES iiis VIA? .1 1 il Dayton & Western 4 Dayton and Relnt 1.00 J .50 Baton aad Ren Tickets at above pVice will be sold 4 every Sunday until fert r notice. our new and coionngs.v :s sec teals. u UD-todate: - FliOORa The Richmond Palladium. LIVE IN HUTS FOR HEALTH. , - -- - HaaBr and Wife Desert Maaatoa la Winter ssU Sleep la Woods. . In a camp which la almost a dupli cate of one in which he spent several weeks la Canada last fall J. Kennedy Tod, a banker of New York; und hia wife have beeu living since January on the shore of Long Island sound, a few hundred feet from Innls Arden, their splendid summer home at Sound Beach, suy? a special dispatch from Greenwich, Conn., to the New York Herald. Nothing conld form a more striking contrast than the big house and the shingled cabin where Mr: and Mrs. Tod live. Near It Is another cabin for a nurse from Bellevue , hospital. New York, and not far away tents for din ing and cooking. Dogs from Scotland guard the approach to the place. The Tods spend as much time as possible In the open air, and Mr. Tod says the result Is very satisfactory. The plan was adopted for the benefit of Mrs. Tod's health. She underwent an operation last winter and since that time has been In weak health. Another reason for the camp is that Mrs. Tod has been so impressed by her hus band's accounts of life iu the Cana dian wilds that she wants to accom pany him next summer, and she is now gaining some Idea of life In a Cana dian camp. v Mr. and Mrs. Tod do a good deal of routine work in their little habitation, aad the big house is occupied only by caretakers. Mrs. Tod's bed is made of boards, while her uurse uses a modern one of brass. Tho walls nre covered by paintings dono by Mr. Tod. A little to the northwest of Mrs. Tod's hut i3 a much better built oue, ln which lives an Italian caretaker, who has been With the Tods twenty years. Ho has fashioned a little garden In front of Mrs. Tod's cabin. There are stoves In the camp to sup ply all the heat necessary, but so ac customed have the Tods become to life lu the open air that there has seldom been much need of them. Both are great lovers of nature, and they say they never have enjoyed life as much as this winter, when they have spent most of their time In the open air. NEW SPELLING PHILOSOPHY Children of Future Mar Escape Pres ent Pazsllaar Forms. "We don't want ai academy like the French academy to regulate our grammar and spelling," said Dr. Charles P. G. Scott, temporary secre tary of the simplified spelling hoard, the other day to a reporter of the New York Tribune. "The French;, a cademy. Is mediaeval and his never done any thing for the French language." Dr. Scott, who is the etymological editor of the Century Dictionary, be lieves that the way to regulate "spel lng" for that is the word he uses is by a campaign of education rather than ' ' farcing Ranges on the public, i ; 'aiEC agency has been needed to check tbecontinuing' error in our spell ing." he- added. "We hope that our board will prove to be this agency. We should place spelling on the same plane with everything else. We alter our houses, our clothes, and we even change; our religion. Spelling, is no more sacred thnn religion that we should go on year after year with the old puzzling forms. "We want to take the English Inn-J guago and regulate and simplify it and remove the anomalies. We think it wrong to be teaching the perverse spelling that addles the brains of tho children. We expect in time to epell 'definite' without the e, 'philosophy' with two f's and. 'in general, to do away with the ph's and gh's that wor ry cL-tldreu." Alllffator am Watchdoor. Ed Kelley is going to open up a new Industry In Kingman, Mo., It being nothing otter than an alligator farm, says the Kansas City Journal. He re cently received from Frauk Weln1 scbenk, who Is down In New Orleana, a pair of genuine French alligators mr express. They are male and fexnjlQ, and It Is Kellej-'s Intention to make a busluess of raising them for sale. As well known, an alligator make3 one of the most reliable watchdogs. If such they may be culled, there Is In exist ence, and they can be trained to keep off all varmints and even suspicious persons from the premises. They can be taught to bark like a dog, and their bark much resembles that of a gen uine bulldog, and owing to their un couth or repugnant appearance there r DOUXinS tnat wui venture upon me premises where they are located. ToTrn Noted na Hobo Retreat. The lockup of the town of Sidney, south of Wapakoneta. O., Is becoming famous throughout that part of Ohio among the "Weary Willies" fraternity as the hoboes' retreat, says a Wapa koneta special dispatch to the Chicago Record-Herald. During thenst'fonr f months .468 tramps have been lodged there over night, a record of the lodgers being kept in the mayor's office by the police. The number; Is posted every morning. The following Is the record for the four months: November. SO December, 115;-January, IBS; Febr. ary, 167. f til Palladium Want Ads 's i . - " , ' . ' . J- - v. ' ana and The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity. famed medicine, leVinf the great labS- ! ratory at Buffalo, N. V., has printed f upon its wrapper all the insrredlents entering into its composition. This fact alone places Dr. l'ioree's Family Medi cines ia a class all b;t themselves. They cannot bo classed with patent or sirrt medicines because they arc neither. This is why so many unprejudiewi physicians prescribe- them and recommend them to their patients. ,They know what they are composed of. and that tho 'ngredienu are those endorsed by the most eminent medical authorities. The further, fact that neither Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the great stomach tonic, liver invigorator, heart regulator and blood purifier, nor his Favorite Prescription" for weak, over worked, broken-down, nervous women, contains any alcohol, ah?o entitles them to a place all by themselves. Many years ago. Dr. Pierce discovered that chemically pure glycerine, of proper strength, is a better solvent and preserv ative of the medicinal principles resid ing in our indigenous, or native, medi cinal plants than is alcohol; and. further more, that It possesses valuable medicinal properties of its own, being demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic, and & most efficient antiferment. Neither of the above medicines con tains alcohol, or any harmful, habit funning drug, a will be seen from a glance at the formula printed on each bottle wrapper. They are safe to use and potent to cure. Not only do physicians prescribe th above, non-secret medicines largely, but the most intelligent neonle omnlov them people who would not think of using the ordinary patent, or secret medicines. Every Ingredient enterlnir into tho com position of Dr. Pierce's medicines has the strongest kind of an endorsement from leading medical writers of the several schools of practice. No other medicines put up for like purposes has any such professional endorsement. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet9 cure con stlpatton. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. One "Pellet" Is a gentle laxative, and two a mtld cathartic. Drug gists sell them, and nothinsr la "just as good." Easy to take as candy. Convulsion, FitS, then Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv ine has been so successful in curing ' these brain-wrecking diseases that there is every reason to believe that even the most hopeless cases can be benefited,, if not fully restored. We will be pleased to refer any one thus afflicted to many who now. enjoy the blessing of health, after years of hopeless suffering. "I have a son that had brain fever when two years old, followed by fits of the worst type, and he was pronounced Incurable, tapent hundreds of dollars for him, without relief. After about fifteen years he became so bad that we ent him to Long-clllT hospital for the Insane, at Loransport, Ind. He was there nearly three years, but he con tinued to grow worse, so we brought him home July 80. 1902, in an awful condition. He had lost his mind almost entirely. He hardly knew one of the family; could not even find his bed; was a total wreck. He had from 5 to Ift fits a day. We were urged to try Dr. Miles' Nervine, and before the first botUe was used, wo could see a change for tha V.tet'. We have given it to him ever since, and he has had but two very light spells since last August, 1901, and then he was not well ether ways. We pronounce him cured, as he can work and go anywhere. If any one wishes to ask any questions concerning this, they arn at liberty to do so." E. H. BUNNELL.. Lincoln, Ihd. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It fails, ha wll refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind LAI EVERY MORNING A Bad Back is Always Worse in the Morning Richmond People Are Finlin Relief. . A back that aches all day and caus es discomfort at night is , usually worse in the morning. Makes you feel as if you hadn't slept at alK Can't cure a bad back I'.ntil you cure the kidneys. Doan'B Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys make you feel bet ter, work better, rest better and sleep better. ' Permanent cures is Richmond prove the merit of Doan's. Ed. Gausepohl of 249 South Fourth street, employed at -the Richmond Casket Company, says: "For a long time I was troubled with weakness of the kidneys, the. muscles of my back being so sore and lame that I could hardy get about; This was principally noticed In - the mornings : when first getting up. I saw Doan's Kiney Pills advertised and got a box at A. G. Lu ken's drug store and began using them. . . The, . relief. . I . obtained from them was prompt and most satisfac tory.' , For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. .Fostex-MUburn , Co., Buffalo, New -York; eole agents for the United States. ' t Remember the name- Doan's and take no other. CASH BEALL, K1BBEY & CO.. LOEHR & KXUTB, WTDTJP & THOMPSON AND THE BIQ STORE HANDLE TfTF, RICH- MOND. HAT. Epilepsy. IMPORTED AND AMERICAN AXMINSTERS. Wilton VELVETS and VELVETS. BODY and TAPESTRY Brussels. RUGS in all sizes, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC. INLAID and PRINTED LINOLEUMS. CHINESE and JAPANESE MATTINGS Beautiful variety. V OUR INGRAIN CARPETS are ine prices are in accoru vvim quaiuy. iry our n ana n ooap ior cfining carpets furniture; We handle Bissell's Cyco-bearing Carpet Sweepers, the tet made.r SHERIFF'S SALE. ,' " By virtue of a decree to me dlrelct- cult Court. I will expose at public sale at the court tousa door in the citv of on the 31st dav of March. 1906. be tween the hours of 10 a., m . and p. m., en 'said day, the following pre erty to wit: Commencing twenty (20) rodiW'est cf the southeast cuarter of Jfectlon seven (7) township E-eventoi (17), North range thirteen UK) east; thence west one hundredid six and two-thirds (106 2-3) yedsi thence north sixty (60) . rodf thence east one hundred and aand two third (106' 2-3) rods: nce south sixty (60) rods -to thVMace of beginning. Containing lajf (40) acres, more or less. To be 9yd as the property, of Charles anaF Margaret Van Demus, to satisfy said decree -in my hands in favor cf Reverdv Puckett. et al. Said sale without relief from valuation or appraisement law. . RICHARD A. SMITH. Sheriff of Wayne County. Robblns 4b Starr, Atty's for Pltf. wmar 15-22-29 State of Indiana, Wayne County, SS. Wayne Circuit Court, April Term, 190C, No. 14068. Henry C. Starr vs Milton F Clem ents, Mary L. Hlttle. Be It Known, That on the 28 day of March 1906 the above named Plain tiff, by his Attorneys filed in the office of the Clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court his complaint against said de fendant in the above entitled cause to quiet title together with thaffl davlt of competent person, that said Defendants Milton F. ClemeslH and Mary L. Hlttle are not resUSents of the State of Indiana. . Said Defendants Mlltonf F. Clem ents and Mary L. Hlttle therefore are hereby notified of the flpng and pen dency of said complalnpagalnst.them and that unless theyippear and an swer or demur therjfo. at the calling of the said cause.iSn May 19, 1906 a day of the next Tjfm ofsald Court, to be begun and ho at the Court House in the CityofyPlchmond, on the first Monday of Xdril 1906, next said Com plaint . and the matters and things therein contained and alleged, will be taken as true, and the said cause will be heard and determined in their absence. WITNESS, the Clerk, and the Seal of said court at the City of Richmond this 28th day of March 1906. Edgar M. Haas, Clerk. Robblns & Star r Attorney of Plaintiff. wmar 29-5-12 Notice to Heirs. Creditors, Etc. In the "ayne Circuit Court, April Term, 1906. In the matter of the estate otiEllz- abeth A. Cheesman, deceased. . Notice is hereby given thajr Joseph S. Helms, as administrator Mtt the es tate of Elizabeth A. Chessman, de csased, has presented ad filed his account and vouchers n final settle ment of said estate," Sid that the same will come up Jjt . examination and action of said Circuit Court on the 14th day of Rrll.JjOG, at which time all heirs, cretorifrbr legatees of said estate are reBtaJTWd to appear in said Court and show cause, if any there be, why, said account and vouchers should not be approved. '. 1 JOSEPH S. HELMS, Admr. Robblns & Starr, Attys. wmar22-29-5 DO YOU GET UP WITH A IAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You - Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made oy iir. Kilmer's . Swamp- i Root, the great kid- ney, liver ana Diaa - der remedy. rj It is the great med ical triumph of the i nineteenth century; discovered after j-ears of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and Bright's Disease, which ia :the worst form of tidnev trouble. Dr. Kilmer'waojp?R00t is .not.reo. I ommended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested ia so .many, ways, in. hospital work and in private practice, and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers f this paper, who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book tell ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trou ble. .When writing mention reading this rtffVr in this naner and send vour address to Dr. Kilmer. & Co., Uinghamton, N. Y. The regular fiftv-cent and one- dollar size bottles are- - .HoBf.aiaia. sold by all good druggists. Don't makt any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Einghamtcra,' N. V., ou every buttle. A M f Ev'C'f I NOLTE & KEMPER 2SC on display. The assortment adlfa Piotace to neira. urnuran. In the Wayne' Ccui! Court Term, 1506. : 1 ' , In the matt?r of the estate ah A. Hull, deceased. Notice - is hereby given that "Wil liam Hull as administrator of. tat of Sarah A. Hull, defeased has presented and filed his aeeour and vouchers in. final settlemenJfof said estate, and that same : vjj ..-com up for examination andttoa of aaid circuit court oV the dajraf Aprilf 1906, at whichMijfcC all heirs, cred itors or iearatees of said estate ar : required to appear in said court and show cause, if any there be, why.saia account and vouchers should not be approved. WILLIAM HULL, Admr. Robbina and Starr, Attorney. - Marl5-22-29. By virtue of a decree to me direct ed from the Clerk of the; Wayne Cir cuit Court, I will expose at publio sale at the court house door hr tbt city of Richmond, Wayne" county, In . . T , jt if T- 2-1 cK i ''W V.r ofSarNll Wayne" county. In- ; I day of fareh, V hours of Q' a.' m. f ; , diana, on the, 31st 1906, between the sn1 A -h m sn ca!1 lav Xmi till It t' v-a v j i a.ww mg property to wit : y Commencing twenty (2 rods west of the southeast quarr of sectioa seven (7) township yiventeen (17) North range thirt (13) eaat; thence west one jrdred and tlx and two-thirda (Xf Ji-3) rodsj thenea north sixtyi (60ytds; thence fast one hundred a six and two-third (106 2-3) roXthence south : aty (60) rods to the place of beginning. Containing forty (40) acres, more or less. ' ; ; : . - To he sold as the . property or Charles and Margaret Van Demua, to satisfy said deeree in my hands in favor of Reverdy Puckett. et al. Said sale without relief from valuation or appraisement laws, . RICHARD A. SMITH, . SheriH of Wayne Couaty.4 Robbins & Starr, Alty'f for Pitt . ' wmar 15-22-29. PROBATE OAtJSE. In th Circuit Court of Wayul County, Indiana. April Term, 1906. . , 3 Nena E. Reynolds, administrat - C XL. i. A - T 1 1 4 .' T ' I Samuel Bean and others. ' .Kbenc To Samuel Bean, Emanue Samuel Stonier, Franklin Jfauer's1 suf- mantba Cunningham, : Hf2, benefits, man, Elizabeth Baldwin,1 lan, William Bean, RoJl by aa.id B man, Delia Estep, Ueopemtigf ana wi Emilv Quigg, Nena E4" alreet as a ah Hathaway, Hameocorance with Banta, Lewis BantaJutioA No. 1, ma Miller. Mary Bej of ; Public W Newton Dearth, Emr clla Dearth, Henry arties are Early, Anna-Dearth, id Boar Katurah Dearth, Jol meet at its Earnhart, Elirabethhmond, India Sladc, Warren SN Friday, April George Johnson, Throckmorton jnd paco 'iistnncea Throckmorton, Lil r r. IL' f . Belle Whitterman Witterman an th 4 ' nxi.2 ilening of I S Lydia A. Lud e,ve det;.ded You are Seller President. that the ab DAVENPORT, ; thH. ROSA. administrat Xffof aforesaid, h filed court of Wayne court. tition, making you dei rOOOOO and praying therein fo decree of said court auL sale of certain real esta to the estate of said d; said petition describe ' sets for the paymeiiuLr-i liabilities of said-p I said petition, so fijk set for hearing ip at the, court hou diana, on a judi'1 '' Term, 1906, of beinr the 10th ( Witness the court, this 12th, (SEAL.) EDGA1 i t .Notice o; State of Indiana, ndlana. n l -Is hby-lLL Estate ceased. Notlc derslgned hjCr been appoln Wayne Cdrult Court, exec will of Frances E. Strayer Jato of Wayne County, Ind estate is supposed to be s WILLIAM J. STRAY wmar-22-29-6 ifennsyiT&iua unes r dlanaoj ' IfaVch 28thl Ancient Accepts Sco' meeting. Tickets sold cants. Consult Penns agents for details. is strikofy extensive 1 n t i 1 1 M 1 K Mi , W - oi 27tJand 2 l yi s t ,.;-9'-::l 1 M) fTYn 0 T c p-. I j C O I I - - . '. 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