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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY, DECE3IRER 134, 11X)7.
PAGE SEVES. NEW HIGH SCHOOL TO BE BUILT ON OLD STARR SITE rf Present Plans Materialize, Garfield School Will Be Moved to the High School Building Many People Think. SCHOOL BOARD WILL SOON ASSUME CONTROL ifew Building to Be Erected on Property Will Be One of the Most Modern in Indiana and Meet All Needs. The Elizabeth Starr property at the corner of North Ninth and B streets, will shortly pass under the control of the school board. .5I,m h is the con sideration which tho. board pays for the acquisition of this property, the most valuable from a school point of view of any property in the city. Al ready the school officials are planning to close the alley which intervenes between the Garfield school and the new purchase. This will give the city a half block of ground, stretching from North Eighth to North Ninth on which there can be erected an entirely new building, or a wing to Garfield. It is not uiiiikely that a new building for the high school will be erected here and the Garfield school moved to the present high school building. If a new building is to be erected, it la the plan of the board and the su perintendent to make it thoroughly modern in every particular, in short, one of the best equipped schools in the state. The advocates of this plan under stand that it may not be such an easy matter to move Garfield school, as the North Eighth street location is by far the most desirable one in the city, and this fact is appreciated by the Garfield people as much as it is un derstood by the advocates of the new high school. Ways or' William Penn. i Simeon Ford recently said at a ban- ' iuet in the course of a eulogy on Wil- : Hani Penn: ' "Penn was a man of peace and al- ways got the biggest one. lie believed In doing right by the Indians, and I vvhen he did them he did them right. ! "The Puritans extinguished the In dian title by the simple expedient of extinguishing the Indian, but the pious Penn, instead of shooting them, got them half shot and accomplished the same result; hence the saying, 'Penn Is mightier than the sword. "New York Press. Leaving Richmond 11:15 p. m. via C. C. & L. lands you In Chicago at 7:00 a. m. Through sleepers and coaches. You will like It. apri.-tl NOTICE. An ordinance to prohibit Idling, loi tering or sleeping in 1111)110 Places in the City of Richmond, Indiana. Section 1. Be it . ordained by tho Common Council of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that it shall be unlaw ful for any person to idle, or loiter in any public place, park, shed, car, out house, alley, street, railroad depot, or place where intoxicating liquors are hold, within this City. I Section 2. It shall be Unlawful for any ' person to be found begging in said City, or lying or sleeping in, along or upon any piibUstreet, alley, park or other public place, or in any Ptable, outhouse, building, warehouse, tdied, railroad depot or railroad car, or about any yard, mill or manufactory in said City, without having the per mission of the owner or occupant thereof to so sleep or be in such place. Section 3. It shall he unlawful for any person having the reputation, or being known as a confidence man, thief, or felon, to be found in any shed, car, outhouse or railroad depot, or to be found pressing, forcing or el bowing his way into any crowd or col lection of people, or to interfere or at tempt to interfere with the free pas sage of any person or persons,- upon j or along any street, sidewalk or alley, j or to be found in any public place un-l able to give a satisfactory account of himself, within said City of Rich mond. Section 4. Any person violating any provision of this ordinance, shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars ($100.00) to which may be add ed imprisonment not exceeding thirty (SO) days. Section 5. All ordinances or parts of ordinances coming into conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 6. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication once each week for two consecutive weeks In tho Richmond Palladium, a daily newspaper, printed and published in said City of Richmond. Indiana. . Richard Sehillinger. Mayor. Attest:, JOHN F. TAGGART. , City Clerk, j I, John F. Taggart, Clerk of tho City j of Richmond, in the State of Indiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a full, true and complete copy of an ordinance of said City, passed on the 16th day of December, 1907, and which now remains on file In my office. j Witness my hand and the official seal of said City of Richmond, Indi ana, this 17th day of December, 1907. (SEAL) JOHN F. TAGGART. City Clerk. dec 17&24 PENNSYLVANIA WILL PAY Railroad Instructed by Court To Give Support. 'Judgment in the case of Amanda Robinson vs Lee Robinson, has been returned in the Wayne circuit court. The defendent was instructed to pay $18 per month to the plaintiff for sup port of wife and children. The P., C, C. & St. L. railroad was ordered to pay to Mrs. Robinson the amount the company owes her husband. ARSENIC EATERS. Effects of tho Drug on the Styrians, Who Make It. "Eating of arsenic is common in Ktyria," said Alois E. Steinzierl of Vienna, a manufacturer of chemicals and drugs. "The Styrians say that ar senic makes one plump and comely and gives one strength for great exer tions, such as running or mountain climbing. Styria, which is in Austria, gives the world vast quantities of ar senic. The manufacture of this drug is Indeed the main Styrian Industry. They who make arsenic eat it, as a rule, for they say that only the arsenic eater can withstand the arsenic fumes. These makers and eaters of the drug are comely. They have a clear color and look much younger than they are. "The foreman in a certain factory told me that in his boyhood, when he first came to that plant, he was ad vised to begin to eat arsenic lest his health suffer from the fumes. He did begin, and his first two or three small closes gave him a sharp pain, like a burn, in the stomach, and this pain was followed by tremendous hunger and a violent disagreeable excitement But as bis doses increased in frequen cy and size their effect became pleas ant. There was no longer pain or ex citement. On the contrary, there were a ravenous appetite and a mood of joy ous activity wherein the youth could do three men's work. "This chap by the time he got to be thirty was taking four grains of ar senic a day. He looked at thirty, with his clear pink and white color, no more than twenty-three. Fie was as robust as a blacksmith. But he said he would die at forty-five or so, that being the age at which all the Styrian arsenic eaters die." Washington Herald. GEESE IN BERLIN. Rigid Inspection of the Fowls Imported Into the City. The traffic in geese at Berlin amounts to nearly $2,000,000 a year. As the do mestic supply is wholly inadequate, a special goose train of from fifteen to forty cars arrives daily from the Rus sian frontier. Each car is spt-i Ily built and carries about 1.200 geese. There is a rigid inspection by sanitary officials immediately upon the arrival of the train. Should it be found that a single goose has died or been ill of a conta gious disease in transit the entire car load Is quarantined for eight days. If during this period of quarantine an other goose should die. the quarantine is extended for eight days, at a cost of about $500 to the owners. The penalty attaching to the bringing in of diseased geese makes the owners extremely careful to import only sound and healthy fowls. The geese which are plump and ready for market are sold to dealers at the close of the Inspec tion. The rest, comprising the great majority, go to feeding farms In the suburbs of the city to be fattened for market. There is a special market near the great market place at which bracken namely, geese Injured en route, but having no disease are sold at a re duced price. Twenty-one different va rieties of the Russian goose are com mercially recognized, and the whole sale price varies from 44 to 60 cents a bird. Chicago Record-Herald. Sympathy Leans to Legs. "There is one appeal to charity that Is pretty sure to be answered." said a philanthropist. "That is a request for an artificial leg. Legs, somehow, are warmly appreciated by the general public, and the fellow who has to scrape along without one is the object of sincere commiseration. During my fifteen years' experience in philan thropic work I have issued appeals to the people at large on behalf of persons who wanted various parts of their anatomy replaced. Some wanted teeth, some an eye, others a hook like Cap tain Cuttle's. Physical deficiencies of that kind aroused but little interest, but just let a man advertise the fact that he was In need of a leg and enough money was quickly forthcom ing to fit him out with three or four pairs of legs." New York Press. Very Much Alike. "See here. Pat." said bis employer, "didn't you tell me that when you wa out west the Indians scalped you? And now you have your hat off I see you have an extraordinary quantity of hair! You certainly told me so, didn't you. Pat?" "Ol did. sor." answered Pat. "but Oi bear in moind now that it was mo brudder' Moike. It s thot much we be aloike that Ol think Oi'm Moike an' Moike be me." New York Times. British Manners. A man shoves past a woman on a staircase or he leaves her standing while he sits. He comes Into a crowd ed public room with his hat on and talks loudly as if all the place belong ed to him. His womankiud do the same. At present the workingman has the best manners, the middle class the worst. Lady Violet Greville in Lon don Graphic. Qualified. "And is Willie Vanfeller really study ing medicine?" "Yes. and he's getting on famously. He told me yesterday I was looking well, and, by Jove. I was:" Harper's Weekly. Accounted For, The Lecturer Did you see that fel low walk out In the middle of my lec ture? Committeeman Oh. yes. He walks in his sleep, you know. Ly eumite and Talent Industry Is fortune's right hand atd Irucaiitr bar left. Carman Provarl. EBAUTIFUL CHIMES WILL RING IH 1 Program of Familiar Airs Be ing Arranged to Be Rend ered at That Time. CUSTOM LONG FOLLOWED. THE RINGING OF CHIMES IN THE LARGER CITIES IS MOST EF FECTIVE AND IT IS THOUGHT SAME WILL BE TRUE HERE. A midnight concert will be given on the large chimes at ReiJ Memorial church on New Years eve, providing the whistles of the local factories do not interfere. It is said that the chimes of cathedrals, similar to those of Reid Memorial church, are most ef fective when played during the late hours of night and in many cities this is the favorite time for ringing them. It is said that this rule is generally observed in many of the large cities with wonderful effectiveness, when old familiar airs are played long after the business of a great city is hushed. A pleasing program of airs is being arranged to be played as the new year is ushered in. ! LAYTON HINES 10 MEET RETRIBUTION Negro Ravisher and Slayer Convicted on Charge of First Degree Murder. RECOMMENDS LENIENCY. JURYMEN VERY INDIGNANT THAT j ONE MAN HELD OUT FOR SEN TENCE WHICH WOULD SAVE MAN FROM DEATH. Dayton, O.. Dec. 21. The jury in the case of Lay ton Hines, the negro ravisher and slayer of Anna Marko witz, .who confessed iu the crime, re turned a verdict of murder in the first, degree with recommendation of mercy this morning. The jury was out elev en hours. The recommendation of mercy was received with indignation and jurors are bitter against one man. who refused to return a verdict that would mean a death penalty for the fiend. THE CITY IN BRIEF Buttortck's patterns. Morris & Co's O. R. Ganse for moss wreaths. tf Turkey, Oysters, Celery and Salads at the Westicott Cafe Christmas Eve. 20-:t Turkey, Oysters, Celery and Salads at the Westcott Cafe Christmas Eve. 20-? t i See R. M. Lacey's $18.00 Drop-Head I Sewing Machines; 530 Main St. v, ed-fri Sewing Machines for Christmas gifts. R. M. Lacey, r'Z0 Main Street. wed-fri Christmas Dance in the afternoon at the K. of P. Temple. I. O. O. F. Hall at night. Everybody invited. It John S. Sullivan and little grandson of Columbus, O.. are here visiting his father James Sullivan of North Thir teenth street. j Miss Nellie Finch of Cleveland, O., lis here visiting Mr. and Mrs. McDar by of North Sixteenth street. Miss Nellie will remain over until after ; Christmas, visiting friends. ! Perry Jackson, has purchased the Greenhoff grocery, on South Eleventh ! street, and will immediately assume ; ; charge of the business. meeting Cyeurows. The person whose eyebrows meet may rest coutent in the knowledge that he is the possessor of a vigorous con stltutiou. The growth of hair above the nose is, as a rule, a fairly sound proof of good health. That is what the scientists tell you. but the superstitious have much more to say. In the northern part of Aberdeen shire there is a common belief that a "close broo't" man, or one whose eye brows meet, is foredoomed to end a wicked career on the scaffold. This may be compared with the view held in parts of the English midlands that the close browed persou is destined for fame and fortune. On the continent there are several superstitious on this subject. The eye brows tf gypsies are often formed in this way, a fact which they turn to good account, for in many parts It i. believed that the owner of meeting eyebrows Is also the possessor of what is called the evil eye and therefore a Terson whose good will must at all costs be retained. The gypsies, espe cially in Germany and Austria, use this belief to extract considerable sums of money from the credulous peas ants. London Chronicle. Not a Magistrate. ! "There are some verses I wrote." j said the innocent young man. laying j the paper on the editor's desk. "You j may give me just what you think they ; are worth." "But I have not the - authority to give you what, they deserve," replied , the man with the pen. "Remember, I am an editor, not a magistrate." Lon don Opinion. 0 CHICKEN THIEVES GUILTY. ' Chick" Dell, white, and Ancil Rob erts, colored, were each fined $1 and costs with a thirty days' jail sentence this morning in the city court. Both men were charged with stealing chick ens from a coop in the rear of the City Restaurant. Attorney W. A. Bond, who represented the defendants, placed Bell and Roberts on the wit ness stand in an effort to prove alibies. The defense also introduced witnesses to prove that both men bore good characters. THE KONGO FOREST. Unfamiliar Animal That Haunt This Region of Mystery. The mightiest forest of which the human race has any knowledge today Is that of the Kongo. It is a region of impenetrable mystery concerning which accounts have been so strange that until the past few years they have been deemed incredible. But re cent discovery has transformed scien tific incredulity into a measure of be lief. Thus on the basis of Sir Harry Johnston's explorations of Uganda a giant ape larger than the gorilla is a denizen of this tremendous forest re gion. There,' too, are animals of a quite unfamiliar kind, notably the okapi. The forest seems to be the re sort of the five horned giraffe, the tallest mammal in the world. The hugest elephants, bearing tremendous tusks, are there. The largest fish found in all Africa haunt the streams meandering through the recesses of this forest. Lions seem not to pene trate into the thick growth of the jun gle thereabouts. The forest leopards are arboreal, catching monkeys for their food. The curiosity of the mighty forest Is unquestionably the okapi, a large and seemingly uew mammal, discovered by Sir Harry Johnston. In his books of travel Stanley told of an animal of ass-like appearance existing iu the dense forest which was caught in pits. The occurrence of anything like a quadruped of the equine sort In the thickness of an impenetrable forest seemed so anomalous that no scientist of standing would credit the possibil ity; hence the determination of Sir Harry Johnston to investigate. Cur rent Literature. FORCE OF IMAGINATION. Story of an Odd Incident In a Dental j Hospital. A remarkable incident happened re- j cently at a dental hospital. A young J woman went there to have five teeth extracted. The anaesthetic decided upon by the dental surgeon was ethyl chloride, and this was administered by the usual form of apparatus. An in dia rubber cap is placed over the pa tient's mouth and nostrils, and con nected with it is a tiag into which a j sealed capsule of ethyl chloride is ln--f troduced. By the turning of a screw from the outside the capsule is broken I and the anaesthetic liberated. The j screw was turned, the patient went off j gradually into tho usual condition of insensibility, five teeth were extracted, and the patient awakened without feel ing any part of the operation. The whole case appeared ierfectly normal. Only when the young wo man had left the room and the ap paratus was being made ready for another patient was it discovered that i the capsule of ethyl chloride had by ' some mischance not been broken at all. , The whole condition of insensibility had been brought about by the self I hypnotism of the patient. The idea that an anaesthetic was being admin istered was so strong in her mind that she had passed iuto insensibility en tirely by hypnotic suggestion. Boston Traveler. j Wanted the Sensation. The venerable farmer with the to bacco stained whiskers and furrowed brow climbed aboard the limited and shambled into the smoker. "Mister," he drawled when the con ductor halted before him, "is that thar two-eeut-a-mile rate good on this train?" "It is," replied the conductor brusque ly. "Where is your ticket?" The old 'man fumbled in the depths of an ancient shot bag. "Ain't got no ticket, mister," he said slowly, "but here be 2 cents. I never rode on one of these pesky fliers, and I just want to feel the sensation. Put me off after I've rode one mile." Chi cago News. Argument For Feathers. Opposition to the wearing of feath ers in feminine headgear has encoun tered an argument which shows that there are two sides to this as to every other question. Attention is called to the fact that were the practice of wearing feathers to be abandoned to morrow 30.000 girls would be at once thrown out of employment in Paris alone. A champion of the working girls insists that if a bird or a" girl must perish it ought not to be the girl. New York Press. A Slander. "Yes, suh." asserted Colonel Pepper, "I once owned a hen that lived to be twenty yeahs old, suh:" "And you lived in Alabama?" said Mr. Keene skeptically. "Yes. suh. What has that to do with it?" "Well, It proves that the southern negro has been slandered, that's all." Cleveland Leader. Considerate. In a conntry church one Sabbath, as the congregation were rising for the first hymn, an old lady entered the. church at the same time. She held up her hand, exclaiming: "Keep yer seats. Losh. ye needna arise, though I have come in." Iondon Express. Didn't Need Them. Neighbor If your statement is trne your clothesline was robbed by tra mps. Judson How do you make that out? Neighbor Didn't you say they took everything but the towels? Illustrat ed Bits. Trials teach us what weare; they dig up the soil and let us see what we are made of; they just turn up some of the 111 weeds on to the surface. Spnr-feon. Today's Classified Ads WANTED. WANTED Good second h"nd copy of: an encyclopoedia of about ten vol- J times; state copyright date: Standard or Century dictionary: History of the Worid in about twenty volumes. VI mo size. Bartel Stationery Store, !21 Main street. 23--'t WANTED You to know that you w ll have a good time. Masuuemrfe Ba'.i. Xmas night, K. G. E. Hall: music by Stout's. Ladies with masks, free. Gents with masks, 23c. 22-3t WANTED If you have horses yo i want to buy or sell, visit Taube's barn, 126 N. 6th street. Shipping horses at all times. 22-tf WANTED Your horses to shoe, at Owens' Shop, S. 6th st. 21-Tt WANTED To buy all kinds furniture. E. Wyatt, 516 Main street. 21-Tt WANTED Furniture to repair and ' upholster: 126 South 6th street; phone 1529. J. It. Holthouse. 20-Xt , WANTED To repair your watches and clocks; will call for and deliv er clocks to all parts of the city; 526 Main street. lS-7t WANTED Two or three, boarders; board reasonable; 112 Lincoln street. 20-7t WANTED Boots and shoes made to order; first-class repairing; 1020 Main street. 20-Tt W ANTED Two, three or four nicely furnished rooms for light house keeping. Address "H. N. S." care Palladium. ls-7t ANTEDMen to learn barber trade, few weeks completes, 60 chairs con stantly busy, licensed instructors, tools given, diplomas granted, wages Saturdays, positions waiting, won derful demand for graduates; write for catalogue; Moler Barber Col lege, Cincinnati, O. tf ANTED If you walit to buy oir sell real estate, or loan or borrow mon ey, see that Morgan, Cor. Sth and N. E streets. Both phones. 12-tf ; w w ELWOOD WILL PLAY The Local Polo Bunch Is En thusiastic Over the Coming Game. A PRELIMINARY MATCH. KIBBEYS AND HIGH SCHOOL WILL LOCK HORNS BOTH GAMES WILL DRAW IMMENSE CROWD, IT IS THOUGHT. Friday evening, the Richmond polo team will play the fast El wood polo team. As a curtain raiser to this con tset, the Kibbey and High School polo teams will loclc horns. El wood has one of the fastest teams in the state and those who saw the game at the coliseum last Friday know that the local bunch is able to hold its own in the. swiftest company. There is no reason why the game should not be intensely intereting. The result of the game last. Friday between Richmond and Indianapolis, was the revival of interest in the great winter sport. Richmond is once again suffering from an acute case of poloitis and the indications are that a big crowd will witness the El wood contest. The game will be called promptly at 8:30 o'clock. The Kib-bey-High School game will be called at 7: 'JO o'clock. Man In the Moon Legend. There Is a quaint tradition about how the belief in the man in the moon originated that is worth retelling. Like so many of these beliefs. It began way back in Bible times and in quite an other dress. By niany nations the old man is supposed to be the one who first made his appearance in the book of Numbers (chapter xv, verse 32). Then he was found by the children of Israel gathering sticks on the Sabbath day. He was taken before Moses and condemned to death. He was taken later outside the camp and stoned un til he died. One would think that was punishment enough even for so awful a crime, but superstition took him in band at that point and consigned him to the moon, where, with a bunch of sticks on his tired old back, he was destined to climb forever up the shin ing hill and never reach the top. The story goes that his faithful dog was permitted to share bis fate, and if you look carefully when the night is clear and dark you will see the pair toiling away upon their endless climb. The face of the old man also grew out of the old time tradition, but the figures are quite plain if on puts on the glass es of lmfig'--' ' -i News Histor.cil Evicer.ce. Richard Mansfield was a patient suf ferer in his last illness, and he retained his good cheer to a marked degree. One day he told his physician that be believed he would not live many weeks longer. "Bosh:" said the physician. "You are good for a long time yet. Why, man alive, did you ever hear of any body near death with legs and feet as warm as yours?" "Yes," replied Mr. Mansfield; "lots of them. For Instance, there were Joan of Arc and the Salem witches." Har per's Weekly. Visitor How do you do. Tommy? I've come to stay at your house a week, and I'm sure you can't even guess who I am. Tommy I'll bet you one thins. Visitor What? Tommy I'll bet you're no relation of father's. Harper's Weekly. RICHMOND FRIDAY FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, mod ern; 23 N. 7lh street. 22-3t FOR RENTFuniishTd rooms with' isteam heat and bath, at the Grand. For gents onlv. 17-tf FOR RENT r-room fiat' centrally lo cated, ground floor, electric light, bath. Eenj, F. Harris. T-'f FOR RENT Furnished room, electric light, heat and bath. 22ft N. 12th St. 20tf FOR RENT Double seven roon: house, 216 &. 21$ South Hth strti Eight room modern. 20 South 10th street. Kepler & Weller, Vaughan Blk. 5-tf FOR RENT Three unfurnished royoia above 1 North Hh St. Apply 013 Main street. -5-tf LOST. LOST Saturday evening, pair of nose glasses, one braken lense. eith er on street car or between Jenkins Jewelry store and 2i:h street. Re turn to Palladium. 23-2t FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, Sth & Main. 7t FOR SALE Good, large, new barn, frame, cheap; call D. S. Van Etteu, 11th and North I streets. 24-Tt FOR SALE OR TRADE Stock of goods and buildings in small town near Richmond; sales $40 to $S0 per dav. Al H. Hunt, 7 N. Sth street. 24-3t Ft) 1 "'SALE Base-iJunTer.hea p.l ol 5 S. A St. 23-2t FOR SALE Stoves, all kinds, at Ow ens. S. Cth street. 21-7t FOR SALE At' a bargain, all kinds new and second-hand furniture at E. Wyatt's. 5 1 Main street. 21-7t FOR SALE OR TRADE 40 acres near Beeson's station. Good level land. Can show finest corn in coun ty. Good buildings, good orchard. E. E. Mochwart, Counersville, Ind. '.!0-7t PGR SALE Antique and second-hand furniture. Antique Furniture Co., corner room, 4th and Main. 20-7t FOR SALE Fine line of picture mouldings, new stock; now Is the time to have your pictures framed for Christmas, at Brown & Dar nell's, 1022 Main street. 20-5t FAIRY STICK CANDY and But tercups, homemade, 20c lb.: Kuchenbuch, 169 Ft. Way n e Ave. 12-14t FOR SALE Pure Pennsylvania buck wheat flour, 25 lbs. for $1.00; Frank M. Clark. 321 N. 11th street. 18-14t FOR SALE Just outside of the city, well located, ." minutes from city car line. We have a nice six room house with furnace, electric light and two large lots. ?1,70. Very cheap. Ball & Peltz, real estate and insurance. IS-Tt FOR SALE New and second hand furniture, Creagcr & Murray, 408 Main St. 4-20t FOR SALE About 300 feet of Iron fence, in first class condition. Call on or address. S. O. Yatcc. Grand Ho tel milding. Richmond, Ind. 22-tf SCHOOL. SCHOOL Cheapest and best school of shorthand. Mrs. W. S. HIser, S3 S. 13th St. Phone 2177. You can enter any time. 21-tf MISCELLANEOUS FINANCIAL $3,000 for $l-rNo fakes, frauds or humbugs. A legitimate transatclon in real cbtate; for parti culars address J. D. Williams. 1638 Indiana Ave., New Castle, Ind. 23-7t MERCHANTS' DELIVERY Prompt attention given to all calls; call phone 1904, or J. A. Conkey Drug Co., Cor. 9th and Mam bts. 20-7t LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu happy hon estly wa can. Richmond Steam Laundry. DENTISTS. CHE.VOWETII & DYKEMAN. Mason ic Temple. Automatic phono 2053. 8-tf FIRC INSURANCE Richmond Insurance Agency, Hani N. Koll, Mgr., representing the oldest and strongest fire companies, 71C Main. Telephone 1620. l-tf REAL ESTATE. AL H. HUNT. Real estate. 7 N. SWD stret. Phone 877. U. L. MORE. Real Efctate. Accident In surance and colectlon; 14 N. tfth. OSTEOPATH V. DR TOWNSEND. Norta 9th and A Lady assistant. Phone 1396. MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Kictmond Monument Co.. C. E Bradbury, Mgr. S3 North Sth Street UNDERTAKERS. 11. R. Downing & Son. 16 N. 8th st. i2iept6mo Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Catarrh. A reliable remedy. All drugglsU. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue of an order of sale direct ed to the undersigned Commissioner from the Clerk of tho Wayne Circuit Court of Indiana, on a judgment ob tained in said Court on the 16th day of December, 1907. in cause Number 14497. for the partition of the real es tate hereinafter described, I will, on Thursday, January 16th, 1908, at two o'clock, P. M.t offer for sale, on the --r:?res. to the highest and best bid 's r -'er sold before sa'd time at ' .-: the fcllowinsr deserbed 1 -situate in the City of R!ch - i County of Wayne and State of ! fl sia. to-wit: A part of Lot Nura b - F'freMi 1 5 in that part of the " -v of R'cniond lti'd ont by JereTiiah and bonded and described as fol 'ws: bcinning on Main Street thir ty six (36) feet east of the southwest corner of said lot, running thenc north sixty-four and one-half I64t4) feet; thence east eighteen (IS) feet: tence sovth sixty-tout and one-half (64U) feet through the middle of the wall of tve adjoining property, to Main street, which is also the south Una of sa?d lot; thence west along Main street to the nlace of beginning:. Also another part of sad Lot Number Fif teen .(13), beginning at the ex'reme northwest corner of the g-round form erly owned by Job Bortou and now owned by John G. Townsend which i four (4) feet west fnra the center of the north line of said lot and eighty two and one-half SJ 1 i feet north of said Main street; running thene west on the north lin of said lot four (4) feet; thence south thirty-five (33) degrees west, fourteen and one-half (1414) feet; thence east seven and one-half (72 feet; thence north four and one-half (4't) feet; thence east four (4) feet; theno north eight (S) feet to the place of beginning, and be ing numbered 404 Main Street in said City. Private bids will be received by tha undersigned prior to the above d?te. TERMS OF SALE. One-third (1-3) of the purchase prim to be paid In cash in hand; one-third (1-3) in nine (9) months and one-third (1-3) in eighteen (IS) months from the date of sale: or the purchaser may pay all cash. The deferred payments. If any, to be evidenced by note iu usual bankable form, bearing six per cenL (6 per cent) interest per annum and secured by mortgage on the prem ises. No private bid will be received foi less than the full appraised ralue ot said property, and no bid at publio sale will bo received for less than two-thirds (2-S) of its full appraised value. WILLIAM A. BOND, dly 17-24-31 Commissioner NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received aft the office of Howard A. Dill, Sec, Rich mond. Ind., up to 12 o'clock noon on January 25. 1008, for the furnishing of all material and labor necessary foi the erection of the superstructure of a Y. M. C. A. building rexcept lighting, plumbing and heating) in accordance with plans and specifications, copies of which are on file at the office of W. S. Kaufman & Son, Architects, and tha Y. M. C. A. office. Masonic building. Certified check for two per cent of bid must accompany each proposal. Right to reject any or all bid Is reserved. HOWARD A. DILL, Secretary Building Committee. II STATE OF INDIANA, Department of State. Fred A. Sims Secretary of Stat TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES ENTS SHALL COME GREETING: I, Fred A. Sims. Secretary of Stato of the State of Indiana, hereby certify that the DIGNAM PUBLISHING COM PA NY has this day caused to bo filed! in the office of the Secretary of Stato of the State of Indiana, tho properly signed and attested consents, powers of attorney and other statements and papers required by Section One of an Act of the General Assembly of tho State of Indiana entitled "An Act de scribinK the method and procedure foi the voluntary dissolution of prirato corporations, approved March Sth, 1903. And I further certify that said writ ten consents, powers . of attorney, statements and papers so filed as aforesaid show that said company and the officers thereof hare complied with the provisions of said Section One of said Act and that said corpor. ation is now in process of dissolution. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my band and affixed the seal of the State of Indiana, at India napolis, this 7th day of December, . Ait (SEAL) Fred A. Sims, Secretary of State. Frank I. Grubbs, Deputy. 1724 NOTICE. Republicans of Bo ton Township: There will be a meeting; held in Boston, Friday, January 10, 1&08, at 1 o'clock p. m. for the election of ono committeeman and delegates and al ternates to the District Convention ard Buch other brslnss as may come before the convent'on. CHAS. STIGLEMAN, Chairman. EARLHAM CEMETERY NOTICE TO LOT OWNERS. The annual meeting of the lot own ers of Earlham Cemetery will be held at the office of Wm, If. Bradbury & Son in the Westcott Block on Monday, Jan. 6th, 1908, at 2 p. m., for the election of directors, and other busi ness connected therewith. J. W. NEWMAN, President. HOWARD A. DILL, Secretary. dec24-28- jan4. The Mui-lse Ot Lffte. Infant and children ara coaucatly seediac a tifctive. It U fat) porta at to know what to rira lean. 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