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RICHMOND PEOPLE ARE NOW
TRYING TO GET THEIR FILL OF
Richmond people eat onions by the
tons and the more of them the local
dealers can place on the market the
keener becomes the appetite of the
Quaker City residents. Since shal
lows disappeared v two weeks .ago
young onions have had a steady sale
and tnere is a constant increase,
races remain nrni. 1 oaay u is ex
pectea mat me uouisiana , sirawDer-
ry will be superceded by the Alabama
berry. The Alabama crop is reported
to oe excellent mishear. ine, straw
wf fm. ,mi h inflmiin Tat,m.
nee, Kentucky, and finally Southern
iio -111- hi -Aino- m thtr fri.it
tn th iVw1 mpkt. who can handle
n that ifl shinned to them and find no
difficulty in disnosine of it.
(Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery.)
Creamery, 3C 10 Zfc
Country ........ .......... l&c to
-.....,--, -. dnsAn . 12tte
pn,,i)rT par T.h.
-v,iMrn dressed .15 to 17c
Thrkvs dressed 18c to 20c
'WAvn.'WMH-p ' -
. v-j k n. MIxm Croerv.)
(Furnished by Btj Hlv Gro-ery.)
fnUWB0.W.. - . - - -
.nnlimiMU DCT1IL PR CEB. I
Dates, ner lb.. w"'
Lemons, dox I
Apples, per bu to za
Cal. Oranges, doz 25c to 60c
Figs, per lb., "c
Bananas, doz ...i&e 10 uc
Malara .Ora.nes, ID., .."
drape Fruit, each ..... 15c
Strawberries, per qt ..w 60-60c
Radishes, per bunch 05c
Cabbage, per lb., 05c
Lettuce, per lb., 20c
Spinach, per' Id., 10c
Cal. Celery, bunch, 10 to 15c
3 bunches 25o
Cucumbers, each,' ...... 20c
Egg Plant 20 to 25c
Tomatoes, each, 5 to 10c
Green Beans. ter V. Dk.. 25c
Jersey Sweets, per pic. 50c
Common, per bu., ; 75
Pancake, per ptg., 10c
Buckwheat, per pkg 100
On cob, per lb., 05c
Shelled, per lb 10c
Cale, per M pk., 10c
Maple Syrup, per gal., ....... .$1.25
Extra Fine, per gal., $1.40
Honey, per lb 22
Maple Sugar, per lb 15
Clam Chowder, per can.. 25
WHEAT AND CORN.
(Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. )
Wheat .. 85c
Corn . .. ..45c
(Paid by H. J. Ridge A Son.)
New Corn 35 to 38c I
No. 2, 56 lbs'.. 40c
Timothy, new baled, ...$9.00 to $9.50
New hay. $8.00 to $9.00
Mixed hay. baled .'.$8.00
Seed, per bu ..'....$6.00 to $8.00
New Oats per bu., ' 25c to 28c
Sheaf oats. . .8c to 10c
Rye. per bu 50c to 60c
Straw, baled, per ton . .$4.50 to $5.00
Millet, ...... $6.00 to $8.00
i RETAIL MARKET.
(Furnished by Hadley Meat Market.)
Roast Pork, per lb.. ...... 12H to 150
Veal, per lb.. ... . . ...... 10 c to 20e
Beefsteak, per lb., 12o to 15c
Fresh Pork, per lb- ....10 c to I5e
Chuck Roast, per lb.. 10c
Beef to boil, per lb. .6c to 15c
Pork chops, per lb., 12V&C
Fish, per lb., i5o
PAID BY THE RICHMOND ABBA
Hogs, top, heavy, $6.00 per hundred
nogs 3uu ids., common and rough,
$5.00 per hundred.
rtogs. 200 and 250 lbs. average $6.00
to $6.15 per hundred.
Choice butcher steers, $4.50- to
$1.75 per hundred.
Lambs, $5.50 to $6 per hundred.
Calves $5.50 to $6.00 per hundred.
JfVSSl JSLf? 108
good service and prompt .delivery.
Otto Rettlg. Manager.
Phones: Bell, 10R: Home. 94L
A Young Mother at 7a
"My mothei has suddenly
made young at 70. Twenty years
of Intense suffering from dyspepsia
had entirely disabled her, nutll six
months ago. when she began taking
Electric Bitters, which have complete-
Iy cured her and restored the strength
and activity she had In the prime of
life," writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick, of
uanrorth. Me. Greatest restorative
medicine on the globe. Sets stomach
liver and kidneys right, purifies the
Mood and cures Malaria, Biliousness
uuu weuoeBses. unaenui werve l
ionic. nice &oc. Guaranteed at I
A. O. Luken & Co., drug store.
8MALL HOG RECEIPTS PROMPT
LY TAKEN BY PACKERS AT
FIVE CENTS DECLINE.
Indianapolis. April 23. Receipts,
2,000 hogs and 200 cattle, against
1,383 hogs and 272 cattle and
- hogs and 283 cattle a year ago,
There was a small supply of hogs
l and prices were 5c lower than on Sat
urday, occasionally 10c lower. Lockal
- packers had no opposition from out-
8,de 80Urces, but readily took all the
8Uppiyf and a good clearance was
made at the decline. Sales ranged
- fn)m 6336-70 aQ(, most of
ppiy id at $6.5o6.6o
ctt,e wk to Steady.
There was a small supply of cattle.
The demand was not as good as condl
t,ons at the close last week indi
catea that lt wou,- be. Local packers
had 1,ttIe opposition, and the market
was weaK, aunougn me supply was
sold at about last week's closing
prices. It does not now appear that
there will be as good a market this
week as expected, but there may be
com aterial change in Drice. There
was little inquiry for feeding cattle
land bulls and calves sold about steady
I No Sheep Receipts.
There were no fresh arrivals of
I sheep or lambs, and no change in
prices. The demand from local butch
I . . . .
e aione requires a mucn larger sup-
I " UJ" iucic una ueeu recenuy, ana
I , rm , - A.
P"ces. spring iamDS are .uupiu.uu,
1 J iamb8 5 50625 clIpped ,ambs
j v ..,.
Good to choice steers.
li300 ibs and upward $ 5 15 5 75
I Common to medium
Bteers, 1,300 lbs. and
4 90 5 40
Good to choice steers
1.150 to 1.259 lbs
4 75 5 15
Common to medium
steers, 1,150 to 1,250
4 40 4 75
Good to choice steers.
900 to 1,100 lbs 4 404 75
Common to medium
steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 4 00 4 50
Choice feeding steers.
900 to 1.000 lbs 4 25 4 50
Good feeding steers, 800
to 1,000 lbs ......... 3 85 4 25
I Medium feeding steers
700 to 900 lbs 4 25 4 50
Common to best stock-
ers 3 00 3 75
Good to choice heifers
4 35 4 65
3 75 4 25
3 00 3 65
Fair to medium heifers.
Common light heifers
Good to choce cows . .
3 75 4 35
3 353 65
2 00 3 50
Fair to medium cows
1 Canners and cutters
Good to choice cows and
and cal7es 30 00 50 00
Common to medium
cows and calves 20 0035 00
BULLS AND CALVES
Good to prime bulls ... 3 75 4 25
Fair to medium bulla 3 255) 3 50
Common bulls 2 75fi) 2 00
Common to best veal
calves 4 00 5 75
Fair to good heavy
calves .. .. 2 50 5 00
Best heavies, 210 lbs
and upward .. ......$ 6 60 6 75
Medium and mixed, 190
lbs and upward 6 45 6 60
Good to choce lights
160 to 180 lbs 6 50 6 60
Common to good lights
130 to 150 lbs 6 35 6 45
Best pigs .. .. ........ 5 75 6 25
Light pigs 4 50 5 50
Houghs 5 605 85
Bulk of sales .. 6 55 6 65
Spring lambs .......... $7 0010 00
Good to choice lambs ..6 25 6 50
Common to . medium
lambs 4 50 6 00
Good to choice year
lings 4 75 5 00
Common to medium
yearlings 4 25 4 50
Good to choice sneep .. 4 4 75
Culls to medium sheep 3 00 4 25
Stockers and feeding
BheeP 2 502 75
Bucks, per 100 pounds
3 004 00
Indianapolis Wagon Market.
Corn 48 53c
Hay Timothy, $11.0014.00; clover
$8.00 10.00; mixed hay, $10.00
13.00; straw, $5.00 6.00.
Belt Railway com 160
Belt Railway pfd 140
Indianapolis Gac Co .... 67
Idlanapolis SI, Ry 119 U
Indianapolis Trac & Ter..90,
New Telephone 65
New Tel. Long Dist 60
Union Trac pfd . 92
Union Trust Co 222
Indiana Union Trac 5s .. 80
Indianapolis C &S. 5s .... 102
Indianapolis & Eastern 5s 91
Indianapolis Gas 5s ... . 97
Indpls & Ggnfld R R 5s ..100
Indpls. & Mart R T 5s.... 92
Indpls. Northen Trac. 5s . 94
Indianapolis St. Ry. 4s . . SG
Indpls Trac & Ter. f.s.. 97
New. Tel. first Cs 92fc
New Tel second 5s .... 82
New Tel. Long Dis. 5sf ... 82
Union Trac. of Ind. 51 . 98
union ice Co rot Dee, courteous
treatment from our b3 guaranteed.
Otto itettlr, Manager.
LIBERAL CATTLE RECEIPTS
CAUSED EASIER TONE TO
PRICES HOG PRICCES STEADY.
Cincinnati, April 23. Receipts
cattle, 1915; hogs, 3914; sheep, 45.
Cattle The trade in the cattle mar-
ket today opened with an easier tone
to prices , owing to a liberal run. ag-
gregating 1,700 head, against 1,560
head a week ago, 1,746 head two
weeks ago and 1,619 head on the cor-
responding Monday last year. The
quality was from fair to good, as a
rule, with a good snare of slop-fed
cows of good to strictly choice quali-
ty. Prices in the main were reported
a dime lower, and the movement was
quite slow at the decline. Medium and
high weight beef cattle were the most
off and badly neglectd. Good, wighty
stockers and feeders were about
steady, and plain and common stock-
ers easy and quiet. Milch cows were
steady to strong. Heavy steers:
Choice $55.35, fair to good $4.25
4.90. Oxen $2.504.50. Butcher
steers: Extra $55.15. few $5.25,
good to choice $4.354.90, common to
fair $3.254.25. Heifers: Extra $4.C5
4.75. good to choice $3.904.60,
common to fair $2.753.75. Cows:
Extra $44.25. good to choice $3.40
3.90. common to fair $1.253.25, can-
ners $1.252.65. stockers and feed-
ers $2.75 4.65, fat dairy cows, extra
Calves Good to choice fat veal
calves steady at last week's closing
prices and fair sale. Medium and
calves dull and weak. Common and
large $2.505, fair to good light $4.25
5.50 extra $5.756.
Bulls Market quiet and bologna
grades about steady; others slow and
easy to a shade lower. Thin and light
$2.403.25. bologna $3.403.90. extra
$4. fat bulls $3.754.15.
Hogs Receipts, of hogs today were
fair for the first day of the week, and
owing to a very fair demand from lo
cal dealers, the market opened with
packing and butcher grades selling
well at steady prices in comparison
with the close of last week, but light
snipping nogs ana pigs ruiea slow
both classes a nickel lower. Good to
cnoice packers and butchers $6.60
6.65, mixed packers $6.456.60, com
mon to .choice heavy fat sows $55 Si
6, stage $4 4.75, light shippers 6
6.35. pigs $55.95.
sneep ani iambs Kecelpts were
light, and with a good demand prices
ruled strong to higher. Sheep extra
clipped $4.354.50, good to choice
$4 4.25, common to fair $35.90;
ambs, clipped, extra $5.35 5.50, good
to choice $5 5.25, common to fair
Can't look well, eat well or feel well
with Impure blood feeding your body
Keep the blood pure with Bnrdock
Blood Bitters. Eat simply, take exer-
else, keep clean and you will have long
sets you crazy. ' Can't bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment
cures the most obstinate cases.
suffer. All druggists sell it.
Don't use harsh physics. The reac
tion weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constlDation. Get Doan's
Regulets. They operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation.
High School Event to Take Place at
Centerville on the Evening
of May 1.
The Centerville News Reclrd says:
The high school class of 1906 num-
bers five members, alkboys, of whom
Prof. Oldaker has every right to feel
ustly proud and althouh the class is
below the average In number it
ranges very high in work done in the
different branches of study.
The commencement exercises will
be held in . the Opera House on Tues
day evening May 1st. The students
will deliver their own essays.
The following program will be ren
Aladdin Overture Rollinson.
Selections from Lucia dl Lammer-
A . Flower of France" Lyman H.
The United States as a World
Power" Gaar G. Ellason.
Waltzes, Satamanac Breezes Wol-
"Ulvic Regeneration" Pierre Hel-
"Our Heritage" Raymond A.
Selections from forty-five minutes
on Broadway Geo. Coham.
Presentation of Diplomas Superin
tendent, March, Under the Stars and Stripes
F. H. Losey.
Richmond High School Orchestra.
CASTOR I A
FT T. Jtsknd Children.
Tt3 Iki Yea llsh Atoajs C::t
BUYING FROM LIVERPOOL CREAT.
ED FIRM TENDENCY IN THE
Chicago. ADril 23. Hleher nrices for
wheat at Liverpool had a strenethen-
ing effect on the local markets. Corn-
mission houses and Dit traders were
active bidders, but offerings were not
large. May opened c to c higher,
sold at 7979c. and then advanc-
ed to 79?c. July opened c to
c higher, at 7878c and
sold up to 78H78c
Small Corn Receipts.
Despite favorable weather for the
movement of corn, local receipts were
small, and this' caused considerable
covering by shorts. As a result the
tone of tne market was firm. May
Peied a shade to c higher, and
sold UP to 74 He, July opened
kteber, at 4646s, and advanced to
eenument in me oats pit was slight
it X f aw , m . .
ly bullish, owing to the strength
wheat and corn.
Provisions were weak because of a
decline in the price of live hogs.
Chicago Grain and Provision.
(Furnished by.O. G. Murray.
May.. .. .
Hogs, 41,000; held over, 2.478:
prospects 5 and 10 lower; light 635
ecu; mixed, 640665; heavy, 620
665; rough, 620640; Cattle. 25.000.
steady; sheep, 26,000 steady.
WORK WEAKENS THE KID
Doan's Kidney Pills Have Done Great
Service For People Who Work
Most Richmond people who work
. , j 1 . ,
" stramea, unnatural
Ps tIon bending constantly over a
desk riding on jolting wagons or
cars doing laborious housework;
lifting, reaching or pulling, or trying
waJ?-- A" Jhf f stra'ns nd to wear
: " J"'.c .K iuneys unui
they fall behind in their work of fil
tering the poisons from. the blood.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys
put new strength in bad backs. Rich
mond cures prove it.
W. W. Rogers, 305 South Four-
teenth street, says: "For many years
1 ioiiowea DriCKiaying as a trade, and
it is the exposure and stooping posi
tion when working at it that I attrib
ute my trouble I had for ten years at
tacks or severe pain through the
small of my back and in my kidnevs.
so severe, at times that the least
movement up or down caused twinges
01 pain. 1 used nearly everything
heard about, but could get no relief
When I heard about Doan's Kidney
Pills being so highly recommended I
got a box of them at A. G. Luken's
drug store. I took two or three boxes
or them, and my health was better
than for a long time.
For sale by all dealers. Price
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember tbe name Doan's and
take no other.
Whitewater, April 22. The annual
commencement of the Franklin
Township High School held at Laurel
Hall Thursday evening. The hall was
decorated in the class colors, cream
and crimson, which had a very pretty
The graduating class was composed
of six members who delivered their
orations in a creditable manner. The
class address was delivered by Sena-
tor Kirkman. Superintendent C. W
Jordan presented the class their col-
A Badly Burned Girl.
I 5 "JSSJ1
of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is
applied promptly. .. G. J. Welch, of
Tekonsha. Mich., says:. "I use It in my
family for cuts, sores and all skin in-
J juries, and find It perfect" Quick
est Pile cure known. Best healing
salve made. 25c ai A. G. Luken &
Co.'s drug store.
Laundry to get
r launary. tr
Beautiful women can have the best
things In the world, for there is none
so inhuman as to refuse anything to
a pretty woman. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea makes beautiful women.
35 cents. For sale by A. G. Luken
a - tu
NEW YORK MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCKS EXPERIENCE
A SHARP DECLINE READING
fPaUiilium Special. J
New York, April .23. The prevail
ing tone of the stock market was
heavy, but the declines were generally
narrow and were mixed with a few
gains. Some of the stocks with large
property interests in San Francisco re
bounded sharply from recent depres
sion. United Railways Investment
rose 4 and Pacific Coast 3. The no
table declines were Anaconda 2 and
Reading and Colorado Fuel large frac
tions. The trading was quiet and
Initial losses were recovered outside
of the coalers, which remained slug
glsh. The various metal stocks were
bought freely, especially United States
Steel preferred, which rose to 109
Large offerings of Reading, which
drove it down over 2 points to 123,
subsequently undermined the firmness
of other stocks and there was a gener
al relapse to below Saturday's closing.
Prices Drifted Lower.
Prices drifted lower on light offer
ings, for which there was only a mod
erate demand. Reading got 2 points
below Saturday. Pacific Coast sec
ond preferred's gain was changed to a
loss of 1. There were losses of 1
or more by New York Central, Rock
Island preferred, Kansas City South
tin, Brooklyn Transit, Amalgamated
Copper, Pressed Steel Car, National
Lead and some minor industrials
Wisconsin Central preferred rose 1
and Colorado Fuel preferred 5. At
sligh recoveries the market became
semi-stagnant. Bonds were heavy.
Selling orders came from all quar
ters, and there was further material
declines, which nut the average of
prices down a point or more. Read
ing, the transcontinental group and
the metal and railroad equipments
stocks were the weakest features.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Name. Open. Close.
Amal Copper .. .. .. ..110 107
AmC&Fpfd.. .. .. .. 42 41
Am Locomotive 68 64
Am Smelt & Rfg 157 124
Am Sugar Rfg.. 138 135
Atchison.. .. ..... .. 90 89
Anaconda.. ...'. .. 269 261
Atchison pfd.'. .. .. .. 101 101
Baltimore & Ohio .. .. Ill 109
Brooklyn R T.. .. .. . . 84 S0
Canadian Pac' 161 160
Chesapeake & Ohio .... 58 56
Colo Fuel & Iron .. ..60 59
Erie 42 41
111 Central ..172 171
Louis & Nash 147 145
Met St R R .. .. .'. 114 113 .
Mexican Central 24 23
Missouri Pac 95 93
Mo Kan & Tex .. 33 33
National Lead 81 78
New York Central .. .. 141 138
Norfolk & Western.. .. 89 88
Pac Mail 42 42
Pennsylvania 139 138
People's Gas 93 92
Reading 128 124
Republic Steel 31 29
Republic Steel pfd.. .. 102 99
Rock Island 26 26
Rock Island prfd 65 64
Southern Pac 60 64
Southern Ry 39 38 "
Southern Ry pfd 100 100
Tex & Pac. .. .. .. 32 31
Union Pac. 152 149
U S Steel.. .. .. 43 41
U S Steel pfd. 108 107
Wabash.. .. ,y .. .. 21 20
Wabash pfd 47 44
Western Unions .. .. 92 92
New York Money Market 4 per
$1C0 Revard, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
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known to the medical fraternity. Ca
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requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
acting directly upon the blood and
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by destroying the foundation of the
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strength by building up the constltu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tole
Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. Danger from the Plague.
. There's grave danger from the
plague ox Coughs and Colds that are
so prevalent, unless you take Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo.
Walls, of Forest City, Me., writes:
'It's a Godsend to people living In cli
mates, where coughs and colds pre
vail. I find it quickly ends them.
It prevents pneumonia, cures la grip,
gives wonderful relief In asthma and
hay fever, and makes weak lungs
strong enough to ward off consump
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Guaranteed at A. G. Luken & Co.'s
drug store. Trial bottle free.
All up-to-date housekeepers use Russ
bleaching blue. It makes clothes
clean and sweet as when new.
E. W. CO
City and Fa
920 Main street.
Tie leading Real
state Man in
Main. Fanr.3 an
1 uave lots lor sale onvery easy
terms on North 20th, Nortt F, North
ISth, South 21st, Richmqfd Ave and
T 1 . .
Sheridan street. Seepef fll II. Hunt,
7 north mh fetreet.
WE represent the Oldest nd Strongest
WE adjust our own Issse and pay them
WE insure you and vor bank against
burglary as weljf aa against Fire,
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WE insure your lif
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which each d
id in cofflnaniM of
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ess you yourself in
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11 South'th St., Richmond, Jnd.
City of Mexico
In Ami and May
In June and July
For information about excursion fares
and particulars about Pennsylvania
Lines passenger service, consult -
C.W.ELMER, Ticket Agent.
Just what vouwant. Small place
in the countrjtflr. sale, $1,400. Call
on Woodhurst, ?13 Main.
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It has caused more laughs and dried
more tears, wiped away diseases and
driven away more fears than .any oth
er medicine in the world. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Tea
or. Tablets. For sale by A. G. Luken
If health is wealth and money talks.
For so the proverb runs, .
A fortune you ihay plainly see
In taking Ricky Mountain Tea.
For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.
Do your clothes look yellow? If so
use Russ- bleaching bluet, - It ,wiJl
make them white as snow. All gro
At low rates easy terms. -Thompson's
Loan and- Real-; Estatt
Agency, 10 K 7th . street. Balls
Home PhoneN4. 232. 1-19-f ri&sattf
J. H. RUSSELL
Parlor rumitiftc. Davenports,
Hair rtattrcssesand Awnings,
. Window Scats! Halt Scats,
Any Od4 sVeces.
A Fine Line of Latest Coverings to
14 Gouth Seventh Si.
Horn Phon 583
ti iu w
if it 1 n jcire
GREAT ATLAKTIO . PAOXFXO
TEA CO. EJtjfa S& H. trading
stamps with ouj fray coffees, baking
powders, extracts tld spies. 727
IREDELL & iT.ROnanTI TiS
Insurance. Noh Ninth St. TeL
We buy sellarWf exchanee second
hand novek. west, Pluck and
Luck, Buffajni and other five cent
weeklies. Draper & Son.' Phons
1498. 610 Main im0
FER CoxJ SON
4 North Ninth Ot.
Have you d Central
To invito new
Toeet tparer :y ,
USE THE BELL
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4. Westcott Block J,
4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. -. . 4. 4. 4. '4,
COMMISSIONER'S 8ALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby
fn that the un
derslgned a commlss
by the Wayne Clrc
Court to sell
real estate icrcause
tor vs. Green,
et al, will! offer at
iblic sale, on the
premises bn Fort
ayne Avenue, on
. 1906, at 2 o'clock
P. M. the If olio win
described real es
tate in th city o
dlana, to wit: "
of lots or parcels
being in that part
of the city
ond in said county
laid out bylJere
ah Cox. and known
by being paits of
ts numbered 21 and
38 on the
! that part of the
ded as follows, to
said city a
a point on the east
t( now Fort Wayne
side of Fron
rcles North 29 degrees
e Southwest corner of
lot No. 21; tlen Kast 8.6 perches to a
Noith 2-5 perches to a
post in tbe
lortli line of lot No. 38:-
alorrsaid Ime 68 per
ches to Fron
Strt (now Fort Wayne
;nce tjoutn Z'3 degrees
Id ttreet 2.8 perches to
the place o
begiinlng, be the same
more or less
er pill be required to
pay one thir
cast in hand, one third
In nine moni
d one third in eigh-
giving bis no
the date of sale;
r the deferred pay
al bankable form.
ment, in th
ccat. interest per an-
num after da'
sfcured by mortgage
upon the real
state sold and by fire
so elects, pay
satisfaction -of the
or he may . if he
C. Downing, - ''
Robbins, & Starr, Attorneys.
A specific for pain -Dr. Thomas
Eclectric Oil, strongest, cheapest lini
ment ever devised. A household rem-' '
edy in America for 25 years.
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