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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, -1900.
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During 1899 wrote a larger amount of Insurance than any other Life Insurance Company in the world
Twenty-Fourth Annual Statement-January 1, 1900
IvI ABIIITIE S
Bonds and Mortgages $11,638,754.18
Real Estate.. 4,731,683.32
Railroad Bonds (Market Value) 9,650,237.50
Municipal Bonds (Market Value) 3,193,482.80
U. S. Government Bonds (Market Value) 115,000.00
Cash in Banks and Office 2,813,792.89
Interest and Rents, due and accrued 323,227.68
Loans on Collateral Securities 140,000.00
Loans on Policies 332,908. 1 6
Premiums Deferred and in Course of Collection (net) . . . 1,009,673.88
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Reserve on Policies $27,766,455.00
All Other Liabilities 167,882.87
Surplus to Policy-holders 6,014,422.54
Total $33,948,760.41 $
Record of 11899
Assets Increased to over $33,900,000.00
Surplus Increased to over 6,000,000.00
Income Increased to over..... 20,5'8o,ooo.oo
Paid Policy-holders during 1899, over 6,250,000.00
Paid Policy-holders to date over 42,700,000.00
JOHN F. DRYDEN. President.
LESLIE D. WARD. Vice President
EDO AR B. WARD. 2d V. P. and Counsel.
FORREST P. DRYDEN. Secretary.
HORACE ALLING. Treasurer.
WILBUR S. JOHNSON, Cashier.
JACOB E. WARD, Assistant Counsel. .
EDWARD H. HAÄIILL.
R. L. BURRAOE.
Medical Directors .
JOHN K. GORE, Actuary.
EDWARD GRAY, Assistant Secretary.
F. II. JOHNSTON, Assistant Actuary.
FREDERIC A. BOYLE, Assistant Cashier.
GEORGE B. SPEER, Sup't S. O. Agencies.
T. C. E. BLANCIIARD.
Superintendent of Real Estate,
W. P. WATSON, Asslst't Medical Director.
LESLIE P. WARD.
F. C. BLANCIIARD.
Supervisor. Loan Department.
Policies in Force Increased to Over 3,500,000
Insurance in Force Increased to Over
Which is a larger amount than that carried by any other Life Insurance Company confining
its operations to the United States.
The Prudential Insurance Company of .America
HOME OFFICE, NEWARK, N. J.
Branch Offices in Indianapolis, Ind.:
T. DEMING, Supt, 11-14 Claypool Bldg., N. E. Corner Washington and Illinois Streets. P. 0. Box 14, Indianapolis, Ind.
JOHN MORLEY, Supt., Rooms II, 12, 13, 14 Blackford Bldg., Washington and Meridian Streets. P. 0. Box 43, Indianapolis, Ind.
J. L. GASPER, General Agent, 624 Stevenson Building, Indianapolis, Ind.
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JOURNAL'S DCSIXESS DIRECTORY.
COAL. Coburn Coal Co., East 221 et- An
thraclte, coke, hard and soft coal. Thone 2443.
URILL & CO., fancy dyer and cleaners: silk
curtain, any color, cleaned and finished equal
to new; also Ladle light cloth Jackets a spe
cialty. 233 Massachusetts avenue and 15 North
RERTERMANN FLORAL COM PANT,
New No. 241 Msss ave.. 8 X. Del, st. Tel. 140.
UNION CO-OrERATIVE LAUNDRY.
york called for. 1-144 Vlrg. av. Thon 1263.
MANTELS AND GRATES
r. M..PURSLXL (Mantels, Furnaces).
231 Mass. are.
. V. IL LOCKWOOD.
415-411 Lemcke building.
fiALE AND LIVERY STABLES
HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Buck
board. stc 25 Circle. Tel. 1097.
IK South rennsylranla st.
i"i N. Delam ara mt. Tel 411. Lady Attendant.
II. C STEVENS. New Style Wall Taper, Low
prices. 4C0 N. Senate ave. Tel. 2 on 2502.
PLANNER & BUCTIANAN 320 North
Illinois street. Lady em Dalmer, for
lad lea and children. Ofllce always
pen. Telephone 641. Hacks at lowest
223 N. Ielawar Ht.
' Residence Phone, .New 1749.
No tranch oöc on N. Illinois street
SOCIETY MEETINGS. '
Masons. Stated meeting in Masonic Temple
this (Thursday) evening; Msrch 1.- yy at t
t'OX- ,..ELiIKlt A. MYTHE. M.
P. T. U'QUIDDr. Secretary.
C P. SATLES.
LOAN'S MfBt en martiir
i On city froiertx; 4 per cent.; no com
mission; nboney readr. C li. WILLIAMS A
CO.. 311 Lencks bulldlng.
LtONET To ln on Indiana tarms: lowest mar
. ktt ral; prlTtlec for pajment before due; wt
!so buy municipal bonds. THOS. C. DAY & CO.,
Pförns tOj.tu Law bulldlrr. Indianapolis.
FINANCIAL Loans made to honest saline J jo
fl holdlnj permanent positions with respunlbls
Concerns on their own names. FFi-st terms. Get
others' rates then ee us. Strictlr conhdentlal.
SECURITY MORTGAGE LOAN CO.. 207 Indiana
FINANCIAL Wo will make loans of Jl.uou and
' above on centrally located Indianapolis prop
erty at 4'i to 4K per cent.. Interest payable an
nually, with privtle-re of mAkinar partial jnv.
m-nts upon principal, etc. liOWAKD M. AT
KINSON, Wabash. Ind.
FOR SALT Ten R.LP.A.N.8 for cents at
Imifgiats; one elves relief.
FOR S A LE 11 EA L ESTATE.
Inne) r,n I'ark avenue. rt-ar Fifteenth street.
tu T. LEV 'IS, ?jI Iw bulldlnj:.
WANTED Accident insurance agts wanted by
UrKrl mutual company In the East, and
writing n:st liberal an4 lent -Uine flKls of
tr.e ty. l-lr an active, rellablj man niern
t-er Ma--r.lc order rrfft-rrl) as s;ecul or c-n-ml
a rent for Indianapolis and vicinity. Man
with rirst-vlass refretM-es can secure a com
rr.lslon that will trln- lance ret:irn. Apply
Thurdsy zaornlng- to 11. W. SCRlIiNER, Ilottl
WANTED 31 ALE HELP.
VANTi:i--Meo to kam baiUr tra!ewTcan
tath ti more In two month thn viu can
Iirn In hot In two y-4tr. We urniah n
statit" practice, esrrt Inetructlons. lectur look,
Kradiutln '.paitment. irrant dlplcrr.as. donate
f.i.mpWXt tuitft tit tool snd r'Iow uny ni- to
Crstr. prepare nw fr-r busy eeafum thlssprln.
Ot tiru, with ;elal r.fr&r, mallei fre. ÜQ,
L-it il.UlULlt CULLEUU. Chlcaso. IU.
STRAYED A big; brown horse. 1'4 hands hlh;
white stripe on nose; In good flesh. J. M.
PAVER, 1705 Park avenue.
STORAGE The Union 'transfer and Storage Com
pany, corner East Ohio street and Ie-lln
tracks; only flrst-clas storage solicited. CRAT
ING AND PACKING OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
THE RAILROAD PROPHET
THE OHIO RIVER NOT TO DIVIDE
NORTH AXD SOUTH LINES.
The I. E. A W. Puts on Through
Freight Service to Chicago Earn
ings Large Beyond Precedent.
One who keeps In close touch with rail
way and financial matters said yesterday
that there would be some surprises In the
railway situation between the north-and-outh
lines which would obliterate the con
ditions under which the Ohio river is a
dividing llnjo between the north-and-pouth
roads. lie went on to say that In the near
future the Monon would be controlled by a
Southern line and he thought that that
line would be the Louisville & Nashville,
which, to be a successful competitor of the
Illinois Central between Chicago and the
gulf ports finds the Monon a necessity. The
rapid strides the Illinois Central Is making
in Southern territory are attracting the
attention of both railroad officials and
capitalists, and for celf-protectlon the
Louisville & Nashville needs the Monon,
and the talk that Indianapolis capitalists
have been buying the stock of the Monon
and caused Its recent advance was folly.
He does not believe that 100 shares of Mo
non stock have been bought in this city in
the last five yean, but is satisfied that
both the Louisville & Nashville and the
Southern Railway were quietly movfn to
get control of the stock. Another point was
that the Chesapeake & Ohio owners wero
quietly getting control of the Louisville,
Evansvllle & St. Louis, which would give
them a direct and short line to St. Louis
p.nd the West, one that could be made
xore valuable to the Chesapeake & Ohio,
so far as St. Louis Is concerned, and the
Western lines out of there, than was the
Bis: Four as its direct "Western connection,
and he looked to see some surprises in the
direction mentioned before many months,
us in both cases above set out the lines
fought to be controlled were natural alli
ances of the Louisville & Nashville and the
Chesapeake & Ohio.
Will He Asked to Explain.
Tho meeting of the general passenger
agents at which various questions of rates
will come up for discussion will be held to
day at the offices of the Trunk-lino Asso
ciation in New York. The Commercial Ad
vertiser says: "C. W. Ruggles, general pas
senger agent of the Michigan Central, and
A. J. Smith, general passenger agent of
tho Lake Shore Railroad, will be called
upon to explain why their respective lines
refuse to observe the clause In the passen
ger agreement that forbids any trunk line
to accept less than Its full proportion of the
standard rate from any connecting line.
Iloth Mr. Ruggles and Mr. Smith have
practically declared they could not and
would not obey that particular provision.
inasmuch as their relations with differen
tial lines prevented their doing ?. An im
portant question Is likely to arise at this
meeting regarding the attitude of President
Ledyard, of the Michigan Central, toward
this Ironclad rsfsenzr agreement, to
which all of the trunk llr kt-m1 i
ger agents subscribed last December. When
complaint was first made that the Mich
igan Central was violating a clause of the
agreement the mtter was referred to Pres
ident Ledyard, who promptly took the
ground that the general passenger agents
had no right to enter Into such an agree
ment without its having the official sanc
tion of the presidents. Ho verbally took
the ground that only tne presidents were
vested with sufficient power to bind their
respective roads to any particular course
of action. President Ledyard is now in
. nig Earnings.
In the third week In February the Wa
bash earned $36,410 more than In the cor
responding week of 18D0.
The Peoria & Eastern earned in the third
week of February $14.214.84, an increase over
the corresponding week of 1899 of $9,932.75.
In the first three weeks of February the
earnings were $144,691.81, an increase over
the corresponding period of 1S99 of $11,
845.54. The estimated report of the Panhandle
for the month of January, 1900, furnished
by Secretary S. B. Liggett shows that the
road made an excellent start for the be
ginning of the new year, but It is said that
Its earning for February will be still more
encouraging. The following is the tabulated
statement showing estimated results of the
operations of the Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company for
the month of January. 1900. compared with
the corresponding period of 1899:
January. 1900. Increase.
Gross earnings $1.643,137.00 $221.137.00
Operating expenses.... 1.187,263.00 169,843.00
Net results from oper
ation Interest on bonds, rent
Profit $172.506.00 $27.853.00
The chief executive officials of all the
principal central traffic railroad lines, that
Is, the railroads east of Chicago and St.
Louis and west of Buffalo and Pittsburg,
met at New York yesterday In executive
session. No one could be seen who would
give any information, but It was said that
out of the meeting would grow a definite
and harmonious action In the matter of
rate cutting. It was said there was a long
discussion on the question of grain rates,
some of those at the meeting contending
that the present rate for hauling grain Is
too high. No one would say whether or
not any definite action had been taken or
any agreement been reached.
Personal Local and General Noten.
E. A. Handy, chief engineer of the Lake
Shore and Lake Erie & Western lines, ac
companied by his family, passed through
the city yesterday, en route to Hot Springs,
Sumner Hopkins, commercial agent of
the Grand Trunk, at Detroit, will to-day
retire from that position to become travel
ing freight agent of the Chicago & Alton.
In this territory.
C. L. Lockwood, general passenger agent
of the Grand Rapids & Indiana, is on a
business trip throuph Southern points
which are feeders to the G. R. & I. north
ern pleasure resorts.
President Stevens, of the Chesapeake &
Ohio, spent Monday In Cincinnati, and de
cided that no improvement of note could
be made In location of ticket and freight
offices at that point.
January gross earnings of the "Chicago
& Eastern Illinois were $170,817. an Increase
compared with the same month last year
of $72.SS2; net earnings, $230,06, a compara
tive Increase of $V),411i
W. II. Marshall, of Elkhart, has been ap
pointed superintendent of motive power of
the Lake Erie & Western, with headquar
ters at Cleveland, vice I. Rellly, resigned,
the appointment of effect Feb. 2C.
B. F. Gribben, city passenger agent of
the Big Four at Muncle, resigned yester
day, after eighteen years' continuous serv
ice at that point. A consolidation of the
passenger and freight offices will follow.
Michael Schald. the watchman who was
Instantly killed by a Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
& Chlcugo engine, on Tuesday, at Crest
line, was seventy years of age and had
been on the company's pay rolls thlrty-elx
The Southern Pacific will establish a re-
IUf department for it employes similar to
that of the Pennsylvania lines. A. F. Hess
has been selected as superintendent of the
department, with headquarters at San
H. E. Stewart, who has been agent of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul at Foud du
Lac, has been appointed traveling passen
ger and freight agent of the Superior di
vision of that road, with headquarters at
Richard Doyle, formerly trainmaster of
the St. Louis division of the Big Four, now
trainmaster of the Buffalo division of the
Wabash, was in the city yesterday. He
will visit his family, who still reside in
J. S. Mills, recently resigned as superin
tendent of the Baltimore & Ohio South
western, has been presented by his late as
sociate employes with a handsome diamond
pin in recognition of the esteem In which
he is held by them.
C. E. Schaff, general manager of the Big
Four lines, who has, for four days, been
at work pushing the reconstruction of the
bridge over the Wabash, which went down
last Friday, returned yesterday and last
evening left for New York.
General Superintendent Blodgett, of the
Lake Erie & Western, is arranging for a
more thorough inspection of the property
within the next few days, and has notified
division officials and agents at local sta
tions of his intentions.
The Pennsylvania Company is watching,
with some anxiety, tne projected electric
lines, which, if built, will make a complete
electric line between Indianapolis and Day
ton, and eventually, doubtless, between
Indianapolis and Columbus.
Louisville. Evansvllle & St. Louis se
curities, which have been quite active
during the past few days, are largely
held In Boston. There are $2,000,000 out
standing. The road has been in the hands
of a receiver since March 1, 1896.
The wonderful run made on the Balti
more & Ohio the other day, between Cum
berland and Washington, Is evidence of the
splendid condition of the main line. The
Dewey special was hauled several consec
utive miles at a speed of eighty-two miles
Officials of the Peoria, Decatur & Evans
vllle say the business of the road Is only
limited by the number of cars. January
business showed an increase of 25 per cent,
as compared with January last year, and
the February business is said to show a
The Haskell & Barker car works received
an order to build two thousand box cars,
which, in addition to orders already
booked, will keep them busy several weeks.
The works are now employing over 2.500
men, much the largest number since the
works were established.
Tho Lake Erie & Western, beginning to
day, will have a special freight service
for Chicago, by way of Laporte and the
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern. In
addition to the carload shipments, which
will be rushed through by this route, a
car will be loaded each evening at the
Lake Erie & Western freight depot for
smaller shipments to Chicago.
The market strength of Norfolk & West
ern stock leads to the positive state
ment that the holdings of Pennsylvania
Railroad interests In the stock had been so
increased that those Interests are now cer
tainly in control of Norfolk. President
Henry Fink, of the latter system, discuss
ing the matter, said: "I know no more
about it than I did several weeks ago."
The Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton,
which has rested since acquiring the Indi
ana, Decatur & Western and the river divi
sion of the P., D. & E., is again said to be
figuring on securing the right of way of
the western branch of the abandoned Co
lumbus & Northwestern, from Sl Mary's
to St. John's, and building a Una connect
ing with the Ohio Southern on the east
and the Lake Erie & Western on the west.
W. C. Brown, general manager of the
Chicago. Burlington & Quincy, denies tho
report that he had resigned to take the
presidency of the Kansas City, Pittsburg
& Gulf road. Joseph Ramsey, vice presi
dent and general manager of the Wabash,
is the last official named by rumor for that
position. To an outsider It would seem less
desirable than his present position. In
which he could doubtless command as large
a salary as president of the K. C, P. & O.
Butte Is to have another road. Pre
liminary work is under way for the con
struction of a standard gauge railroad
from Boise City, Idaho. The distance is
about 300 mllea. and grading has already
been sarted at different points. Applica
tion haj been made to the authorities of
Bolso City for the right of way through
the city. A contract for the construction
of one section of the road Is said to have
The Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago
has dropped the poollnsr system as far as
through passenger engines are concerned.
Three of the through engineers, together
with their firemen, have been assigned to
each of the fast passenger engines, and
this engine has a specific run each way.
The engineers who are expected to make
fast time prefer this system to the pool
ing plan, where the first man going out
takes any engine that happens to be in the
Judge Knowlton, of Boston, has denied
the motion of the plaintiff in the case of
the Central Massachusetts Railroad Com
pany vs. the Boston & Maine Railroad
et al., for a temporary injunction to re
strain the Boston & Maine from purchas
ing stock In the FItchburg Railroad Com
pany and from executing the proposed
lease of the latter road without the plain
One of the most valuable additions to
railroad literature which has been issued
lately is No. 5 of the "Four Track Series,"
by the New York Central, entitled "Amer
ican Winter Resorts." It briefly describes
the principal winter resorts of America, in
cluding the great Southern resorts of Cuba,
Porto Rico, California and the Hawaiian
Islands. It Is one of the most elaborately
prepared advertisements that has been Is
sued in some time, and Is full of informa
tion to the prospective traveler.
The Great Northern has decided to build
a new line from the Mesaba iron range to
the head of the lake, cutting off thirty-six
miles of haul for ore going, east. Engi
neers have located the line and two crews
are now at work with final details. The
road will be fifty miles long and will be
built the coming season. It will cost
$1.200,000. It will parallel the line of the
Duluth, Mesaba & Northern from Colum
bia Junction straight north to Nelson, on
the Hibblng branch of the Great northern.
AN UNFORTUNATE MAN.
William Kropp Suffers During Periods
William Kropp, living at 1103 Union
street, was taken to police headquarters
yesterday afternoon by Detectives Gerber
and Fort and slated as insane. For about
a year he has, at times, shown signs of In
sanity, and frequently threatened suicide.
Several times he attempted to kill himself,
but was always prevented. He had sev
eral revolvers, and realizing hl3 condition,
locked them In his trunk, fearing he might
do injury to some one.
Yesterday he became violent and his wife
feared he would attack her. The police
were sent for, and upon advice two de
tectives were sent to the house, as it was
thought he might cause considerable trou
ble if uniformed officers attempted to take
him from the house. Mrs. Kropp said last
night he imagined some one was trying to
drive him from the city, and that he often
spent many hours brooding over imaginary
Castellane and I.
Castellane has countless trousers-
1've a pair;
Borne of his are simply rousers
Mine will wear.
His are rich In braid and lining
Mine are not;
III are shapely mine are rhinlng
Where I've sot.
His, of course, will not get saggy
Mine are always loose and baggy
At the knees.
Why, his trousers keep him guessing-.
So 'tis sail;
While poor I. when mine they're pressing,
Stay in bed.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
If you visit the metropolis, the ad of the
Hotel Empire on Page 2 will interest you.
Quartermaster's Office, Chicago. III.. Feb. 15.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be re
ceived at this otnee until 10 o'clock a. m.. March
2. l'JOO, and then opened, for the manufacture,
from materials to be furnished by th govern
ment, of 125,two Khaki Shirts, to be delivered at
either Chicago or Philadelphia Depots of the
Quartermaster's Department. Also for furnish
ing and delivering at either of th-s depots 3.OU0
spools sewing- cotton and 7.Xh grots bone buttons.
Government reservee rieht to reject or accept
any or all proposals or any part thereof. Pref
erence given to articles of lometlc production
or manufacture, conditions of quality and price,
including in the price of foreign productions and
manufactures the duty thereon, being eaual
Itianks for proposals and all particulars will b
furnished on amplication. Envelopes containing
proiosala to be Indorsed "I'n.pos'ali Military
Supplies ana laarwwa 10 uoiouei J. u.
LEE. Chief Quartermaster.
In the District Court of the United States for
the district of Indiana. In bankruptcy.
In the matter of the Parke County Glass Sand
No. 2S2. In bankruptcy.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an
order and decree of the bankruptcy court,
wherein the above entitled cause in bankruptcy
is pending, the undersigned trustee In bank
ruptcy will sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder at the plant of said bankrupt,
near 1 Coxvllle, Parke county, Indiana, on
Wednesday, the 7th day of March. A. D. 1300.
between the hours of V) o'clock In the forenoon
and 2 o'clock In the afternoon, the following- de
scribed real estate and personal property of
said bankrupt situate In Parke county. Indiana,
to wit: All sandstone, coal and mineral situate
upon. In or under the southeast quarter li of
the southwest quarter (li) of Section fifteen (15),
Township fourteen (14) north of Hange eight (8)
west; also, the boilers, engines, pumps, dryer,
stone crushers, rolls, oil tanks, heaters, drills,
pulleys, shafting, steam pipes, machinery and
appurtenances of every kind and description situ
ate upon said real estate ui attached to the
same, and constituting a plant for the , manu
facture of glass sand; also, all Interest, right
and title In and to a certain railroad right of
way from the said plant and quarry of said
bankrupt to the main line of the Terre Haute A
Ixgansport Railroad; also, all interest, right and
title In and to a certain water right of way
leading from said plant and quarry to Bi Rac
coon creek, all of said property to be sold free
from any and all incumbrances arid Hens what
soever, and upon the following: terms, to wit:
Said property to be sold for not less than
seventy-five (75) per cent, of the appraised value
thereof, and to be paid one-half cash, one
fourth (V4 in two months, and one-fourth In
four months, the purchaser to execute his or
their notes for the deferred payments, payable at
the Vigo County National Rank, of Terre Haute,
Ind.. to the order of the undersigned trustee in
bankruptcy, with six 6 per cent. Interest from
date of sale, and attorney fees: and the pay
ment of said notes shall be secured by mortgage
to said trustee on the property sold.
Witness my hand this 19th day of February.
A. D. 1900. EDWARD L. WHEAT.
Trustee In Rankruptcy.
State of Indiana, Greene county, ss.
Samuel Owen vs. Dunston Owen.' Notice to
Greene Circuit Court, February term, 1300.
To Dunston Owen, Greeting:
You are hereby notified that the above-named
plaintiff has this day filed in the office of the
clerk of said court his certain complaint or
petition, alleging therein, among other things,
that you, the said defendant, on the 15th day of
February, 1R84. being then a resident of Center
township. Greene county, Indiana, and the same
being your usual place of residence, went to
the State of (Missouri, and from thence and be
fore the 17th day of February. 1SS5. to the State
of Texas, and have continuously since said last
named date remained absent and ucbeard from,
and that afterward, by descent from your father
and mother, you acquired real estate In said
county of Greene, and have left the same with
out having made any provision for Its control or
management. That by reason thereof said prop
erty Is suffering waste for want of proper care,
and praying that your estate may be adjudged
by said court subject to administration, and an
administrator thereof duly appointed. Now,
therefore you. the said Dunston Owen, defendant
and absentee, as aforesaid, are hereby notified
that said complaint and the matters therein
alleged will come up for hearing and determina
tion in said court at the courthouse In the town
of Bloomfleld. county and State aforesaid, on
Monday, the 23d of April, 1300, or as soon there
after as such hearing- can be had. the said
Greene Circuit Court having-, by Its order duly
entered, ordered that notice be published of the
pendency of said cause for said 23d day of April.
IDOrt. the same bolng the first day of the April
term. 1900. of the Oreene Circuit Court.
Witness the clerk and seal of said court at
Rloomfleld, Ind., this the i:th day of February,
JOSEPH W. VAKEY.
Clerk Greene Circuit Court.
NOTICE State Soldiers' and Sailors Monument.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Board of Regents of the State Soldiers' and
Sailors' Monument, to be held at the of!lce of
said board. Room 93. In the State Capitol, In the
city of Indianapolis, Ind.. on the 13th day of
March. llm. at 9 o'clock a. m.. bids will be re
ceived for the casting: of six double bronze doors
for the six entrances to the monument. Two sets
of these doors will he for main entrances, of
ornate design, and will be seven feet eight and
three-quarter Inches high by fl-e feet six Inches
wide i7 feet 8i inches high by S feet ft lnch.
wide.) Four sets of thee doors will be for the
entrances to the crypt of the monument, of plain
design, and will be six feet four Inches high by
iivp l rt-i in to uxi incoci mgn Dy ft feet
These doors are to be cast In one piece, bronxe
of Fnlted States government standard, to be fur
nished f. o. b. cars Indianapolis, complete, with
all frames, sills, hinges, locks and bolts, and to
The full-size worklnic models for th rin
of these doors will le furnishM by the sal
Board of Regents to the successful l.i.lW
Detailed specification, drawlnra in,i nhntA.
rrarhs of one-half full-size sketch models may
i'c imu u-jn application to tne secretary or the
The Board of Regents reserves the right to
retect each, any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Regents of the State
Soldiers' and Pallo'-s" Monument.
m Mi . JAMES W. MÖBIUS. Secretary.
Indianapolis, Feh. 21. lv.
Ii Sunday Journal
Following Is a list of letters uncalled for In
Indianapolis postotlice Wednesday, Feb. 2,
I'srties calling for same please give name and
date of this list:
Anderson, Mrs. W. C. Mard. Mrs. I. F.
Bales. Miss M. I.
Buck. Mrs. Laura.
Ballard. Miss Hortense.
Maxwell. Mrs. Wm.
Miller. Mrs. Ruby.
McMullen. Mrs. S. w.
Brandon. Miss Dorothy. Meiler, Mrs. Frank B.
Barton. Mrs. Mattie.
Brook, Miss Audrey.
Bunnell. Miss Bessie.
Bennett. Mrs. Florence.
Copping. Miss Eveline.
Clark, Miss Lillian R.
Cisco, Mrs. Anna.
Cloud. Miss Eva.
Crltcher. Mrs. Mary.
Craig. Miss Jennie.
Champ. Mrs. James.
Chance. Mrs. Mollle.
Atkinson, Mrs. E. L.
Connon, Mrs. Ellz.
Caldwell. Miss Marie.
Davis. Mrs. Laura.
Daker. Miss Cathern.
Eldrldge. Mrs. T. K.
carton. Miss Jessie.
Meakes. Miss Minnie.
Medbury, Mrs. F. II.
Morland. Mrs. Ellz.
Moore. Mrs. Vine.
MttcheJ. Mrs. Cynthia,
Monroe, Miss Km ma.
Smyser, Mrs. Katie.
Morris. Mrs. F. A.
Metzler. Miss Ella.
McCarthy, Mrs. Eila.
McQurley. Mrs. LuelUU
Nye. Miss Katie.
Noble. Miss Sarah.
Plnnell, Miss Lu.
Oulnn, Mrs. Fannie.
Ferklns, Mrs. A. C
Ponde, Miss Lh
Pary. Mrs. K.
Rats. Miss Lizzie.
Ryan, Mrs. Bridget.
Reltor. Mrs. Mollle.
Roberts. Miss Maggie,
Flannigan. Mrs. Frank. Rigor. Miss Rayd.
Fultz, Mrs. Leona.
Hendricks. Miss Mollle.
Klnkle. Miss Myrtle.
Harrison. Miss Dot.
Harris, Mrs. Josle.
Hayne, Mrs. Roger.
Henry, Miss Edith.
Iteed. Miss Hazel.
Stl filer, Mrs. Cora.
Smith. Mrs. Kate.
Smith. Miss Alice.
Southern, Miss Fannie.
Stewart. Mrs. Jane.
Thompson. Mrs. Dorm,
lyier. miss upneua.
Hitchcock. Miss Lizzie. Tomltnson. Mrs. Nollle.
Heaps. Mrs. Lieu.
Jordan, Mrs. E. A.
Jacobs, Mrs. Amy.
Johnson, Mrs. Filer.
Johnson, Miss May.
Johnson. Mrs. Almlna.
Kelley. Mr. Anna.
Lock ridge. Miss Effle.
La Mont, Miss Mabel.
Austin. J. D.
Alsenberry. Chas. II
Brown, O. A. '
Boyd. D. D.
Rotts. John II.
Boucker. C V.'.
Baughn. P. D.
Bartlne, D. H.
Bennett, George w.
Becker, Sanders IL
Bailey, Jack. .
Brown. J. C.
Hlnkle. E. B.
Crooker. Chas. E.
Donaghue, Jas. J,
Davis. John R,
Dunham. W. N.
Florence. Jas. A.
Foster. A. M.
Finn. R. I.
Goodall. Edw. T.
Groves. George II.
Oroves. Georte IL
Gladden, O. O.
Graham. D. II.
Gates. B. M.
Harris, della M. .
Ha nein. Fred.
Hlnes. C. C
Hall. J. R
Harris. Breden I
Johnson. Thomas. .
Kenna. E. W.
Klnlock. S. T.
King. A. II.
Thomas. Mrs. Dr. A. J.
Toms, Miss Lisle.
Teney, Mrs. Ella.
Ulrich, Mrs. Maggie.
Willis, Miss Ethel.
Williams. Cora B.
Ward. Miss Rose.
Wallace. Mrs. B. F.
Writeland, Miss Jennie,
Wilson, Miss Helen.
Miller. J. II.
Moore, James E.
Mohlney. Freda W,
Moore. James E.
McNutt. V. M.
Neal. Jas. A.
Hervey. C. M.
Overdurff, Louis (11
Oehlltre. O. M.
Pltsln. W. M.
Pitcher, S. VT.
Putnam, Eugene If,
xon. C. W.
Perkins D. E.
Rathert. R. 8.
Ray, Dixon. "
Robertson. O. A
! Boy. Chaa.
Ruse. H. E.
Smith. II. .
Spencer, C. T.
Shelby. Calvin F.
Smock. O. S.
Son. Albert TV.
Thomas. Chas. I
Taskner. W. J.
Testier. L. M.
Van Leer. C. IT.
ils-4i, E. A.
Woods. B. W.
Woodford, A. P5.
Wamace, A. W.
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