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THE KICHMOifD PALLADIUM A'D SUN-TELEGRA3I, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 190$.
rAOESEVEX PALLADIUM AND .SUN TELEGRAM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT r m EACH INSERTION. WANTED. WANTED To buy a safe ; must be in good condition and cheap. Address "Trustees of Eagles." 14-2t WANTED Ladies and gents to solicit for a staple article. Call 121 N. 7th St. 7 to 8 a. m., 5 to 7 p. m. 14-2t WANTEDMALE HELP Railroads are g again calling for hundreds of trained men to fill posi tions as Firemen, Brakemen, Electric Railway Motormen and Conductors. Uncle Sam also wants . more competent men few Railway Mall Clerks, Carriers and P. O. Clerks. Our practical courses by mail wiM fit you in a short time for any of these good paying positions. Wriio today for free catalog and say for what position yon want to quali fy. The Wenthe Ry. Corres. School, Freeport, 111. Dept. 290. vAiVl tuL) A , feed cutter. Address "K. B," care Palladium. 13-2t WANTED Situation to do general housework or as waitress. Address 11 Ft. Wayne Ave. 13-2t WANTED Work of any kind by boy k 15 years of age. Call 110 N. 16th St . 13-2t TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. IBy Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York 'Dec. 14. L. & N Great Northern Amalgamated Copper American Smelting Northern Pacific U. S. Steel : U. S. Steel pfd Pennsylvania -St. Paul ;n. & 0 New York Central Reading Canadian Pacific .. Union Pacific Atchison Southern Pacific . CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, Dec. 14. Hogs, 52,000, 5 lower. Cattle 34.000, 10 lower. Sheep 40,000.,.1 and 20 lower..- ..., , Hogs Closing Light. $4.DO5.60; mixed, $5.155.77; heavy, $5.20 C.S0; rough, $5.205.40. . Indianapolis Market. r REPRESENTATIVE SILES. i HOGS. No. Av. Dk. Price 40 .... 234 .. $6.00 64 231 40 5.90 59 268 200 5.90 80 213 .. 5.80 70 241 240 5.80 71 ".. 197 40 5.75 43 237 120 5.75 61 198 40 5.70 83 196 .. 5.65 Bl 173 .. 5.60 45 181 .. 5.60 73 176 . . 5.55 75 1 196 120 5.55 39 170 40 5.50 57 183 40 5.45 66 v 165 .. 5.35 44 ' ... 151 .. 5.30 100 142 .. 5.25 80 137 .. 5.15 75 140 .. 5.10 60 235' .. 5.00 20 100 .. 4.50 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. ' Best heavies $ 5.70 $6.00 Good to choice o.50 5.85 BEST STEERS. Finished steers 6.00 7.00 Good to choice steers .... 5.75 6.00 Choice to fancy yearlings . 3.75 4.25 STOCK CATTLE. Good to heavy fleshy feed ers 4.23 4.50 Fair to good feeders 3.75 4.00 Good to choice stockers . . 3.50 3.75 Common to fair heifers... 2.5oy 3.25 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers . . 4.25 5.23 Good to choice heifers .... 3.504.00 SHE5P. Best yearlings 4.00 4.50 Good . to choice sheep.... 3.50 4.00 Ppring lambs 3.50 7.00 VEAL CALVES- Good to choice 4.5tK S.50 Fair lo good 3.00 6.83 I - Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Dec. 14. Wheat, per. bu., . , $1.04 Corn, per bu., 50c Oats, per bu., . . . . 51c Clover., , , $5.55 : Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg. Dec. 14. Cattle Receipts. 125 loads. Prime, $0.75 down. Veals, $9.00 down. Hogs Receipts, 80 loads. Heavies, $5.90 down. Medium. $5.80 down. Sheep Receipts light; $4.75 down. Lambs, $7.25. EAST BUFFALO. East Buffalo, Dec. 14. Cattle Receipts, 2.500. Prime, $1.00. ; Situations Wanted and Found Ads 2 times FREE WANTED To borrow $100 to $200. Good first mortgage security. D. A. care Palladium. 13-7t WANTED At once, two men to sell insurance Health and Accident: slarv op commission. Anrdv at once to C. A. OUnger, 18 S. 8th. 13-3t WANTED Good lady -cook at Ja busch's Restaurant, at once. 8-tf WANTED Business men in need f office help call Richmond Business College. 5-tf WANTED Manager for branch of fice we wish to locate in Richmond. Address, The Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 4-30t WANTED 500 men to learn barber trade and take positions waiting our graduates. Few weeks completes. Constant practice furnished. Schol arship includes tools. Instruction, demonstrations, examinations and diplomas. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O. novl-tf WANTED Good boarders and room ers, 3 doors from Main; 25 South 4th St 28-tf Open High Low 123 124 123 143 145 143 83 84 82 88 88 84 142 143 142 54 55 54 112 113 112 130 131 130 151 151 150 110 111 110 121 122 120 ..142 143 140 ..177 177 177 183 184 182 98 99 97 t.. .. ..121 121 120 !Hose 124 144 82 84 142 54 112 130 150 111 120 141 177 182 97 120 Shippers, $6.25 down. Veals Receipts, 400; $10 down. Sheep Receipts, 14,000; $4.75 down. Lambs, $7.60 down. Hogs Receipts, 17,000. Porkers, $0.0() down. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Dec. 14. Wheat, per bu i $1.03 Corn .. G3M.C Oats 53c Clover seed . . . . l. $5.65 Richmond Hay Market. v (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) $10 to $11 New Timothy bay (loose). . .$10 to $11 New clover hay (loose) $8.00 Mixed hay $10.00 Straw (per "ton) 4.50 5.00 Oats, per bu 50c New Corn 60 65c Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $5.00$5.23 Good to heavy packers. . . . 4.00 4.75 Common and rough 3.75 4.25 Steers, corn fed .. .. . . 4.00 4.25 Heifers 3.25 3.50 Fat cows 2.50 3.25 Bulls 2.50 3.25 Calves 5.50 6.00 Lambs 4.00 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens dressed, per lb... 15c Old chickens, per lb.. ..12 to 14c Turkeys, per lb. 15c to 16c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee HIts.) Creamery butter, per lb 32c Country butter, per lb 25c Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) Wheat (per bu.) $1.05 Corn, (per bu) 65c Rye (per bu.) 75c Bran, (per ton) $24.00 Middlings (per ton) .$27.00 Clover Seed, per bu .tx4Q CENTERVILLE. GRAIN. (Furnished by Fred Schlientz & Sons) Wheat $1.00 Corn, new 58c Oats 45c Rye 70c Clover Seed, prime $4.00$4.50 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by H. L. Johnston.) Turkeys . . . . lOc Ducks 6c Geese 5c Eggs 27c Country butter 25c Young chickens 7c Old chickens 7c Country Bacon 10llc Potatoes .. .... .. .. 75c Kodoi i ir ftHlisestioiJL " Relieves cour stomach) salpitatiea cf heart. I'rtvs waatyou 3 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. ...The Market Place of the People... Greatest little satisffiers of big wants are the ads below FOR SALE. FOR SALE Cit) real estate. Jorier-fi-sld. Kelley Block. 9-tf FOR SALE Desk space in office, centrally located; light, heat or tel ephone furnished. Address X. Y. Z. care Palladium. 10-tf FOR SALE Have your business and calling cards printed by the Auto matic Card Printing Pres3, 35c a hundred. Central Hotel. 3-tf FOR SALE Complete mechanical course in International Corres. pondence School, including mechan ical drawing and instruments. Ad dress "I. S." care Palladium. 12-3t FOR SALE Get your pictures framed before the Xmas rush; also get your knives, scissors and razors sharpened. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. 12 3t POR SALE A oar load of none every Saturday axd Monday at Que Taube's bam. MI FOR SALE 73 acre farm well im proved. Address "Y," care Palladium ll-7t CAMBRIDGE CITY. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg) Wheat, No. 2, per bu $1.00 Corn, new, per bu 55c Oats 45c Rye 70c Clover Seed, recleaned $4.50 No. 1 Timothy, per ton $10.00 PRODUCE. (Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.) Country Butter 16c Eggs, per doz 30c Old chickens, per lb 7c Young chickens, per lb 7c Turkeys, per lb 10c Ducks, per lb 6c Geese, per lb 4c LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by Harmar. Bros.) Butcher steers $5.00 Good to choice $3.50 Heifers $3.25 4.00 Veal calves 5.00 ?.50 Hogs 6.25 Roughs I.On 5.60 Sheep . j 1.50 3.00 Lambs .'. S.00 4.50 Pigs 5.00 5.50 FOUNTAIN CITY. (Furnished by R. A. Benton) Butcher Steers $4.00 $4.75 Good to Choice Cows .... 3.0 3.75 Heifers 4.00 4.50 Veal Calves 6.00 Hogs 6.50 Roughs 3.50 5.25 Sheep 1 3.00 3.25 Lambs 4.00 5.00 GRAIN. (Furnished by Harris & Jarrett.) Wheat 96c Corn, per cwt 80c Oats 43c Rye ' 65c. Prime clover seed $4.00 Richmond Seed Market. (Runse & Co.) Timothy, per bu $1.50 $1.80 Clover Seed $4.00 GREENSF0RK. GRAIN. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co.) Wheat 98c Corn 57c Oats 45c Rye ' 70c Clover Seed, No. 2 $4.00 PRODUCE AND FOULTRY. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co. Country butter, per lb 18c Eggs, per doz 30c Old Chickens, per lb 7c Old Roosters per lb 3c Turkeys, per lb 10c Young chickens, per lb 7c Ducks, per lb 7c Geese, per lb 5c LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by D. V. Harris.) Butcher steers $4.0O$5.0O Good to choice cows 3.00 3.75 Heifers 3.00 4.00 Veal calves 5.00 6.00 Hogs . . . . 4.50 5.50 Roughs 4.0O 4.50 Sheep 3.00 '3.50 Lambs 5.00 5.00 NEW PARIS, OHIO. GRAIN. (Furnished by G. W. & I. R. Richards Wheat $1.02 Corn 60c Oats 45e Rye 70c Prime Red Clover. Seed .. .. T.$4.50 Alsike $7.50 LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by J. Jarrett) Butcher Steers, $3.50$4.00 Good to Choice Cows . . 2.50 3.00 Heifers .' 3.23 3.75 Hogs 3.50 5.50 Roughs - 4.00 5.00 Sheep 2.50 Lambs 4.00 HAGERSTOWN. PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furniihed by Ed Porter & Son.) Country Butter 20c Eggs 32c Young Chickens .. ........ So Old Cbickeas. ....r..... ta UNEMPLOYED. Are you out of a Job? Have you ever thought that you might as well be working as loafing: How? By inserting a "Situation Wanted" Ad in the Palla dium you are sure of get ting a Job? "'Situation Wanted" Ads are printed FREE. Telephone 1 1211 insert your ad and get a position. LOST. LOST Black and white water span iel on Easthaven ave. Answer to "Tootsie." Phone 4101. 13-3t LOST A star shaped broach set with rubies. Finder kindly call phone 3643. 14-3t LOST Gold bracelet on Main street; valued as a present. Reward if re turned to 105 N. 20th. 14-2t LOST Green shopping basket. Call phone 2279. 14-lt Turkeys 12c Ducks 7c Geese 7c GRAIN. (Furnished by Clark Bros.) Wheat $1.00 Corn 57c Oats 45c Rye 70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings $27.00 MILTON. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. W. Brumfleld ft Co.) Wheat. No. 2 $1.03 Wheat, No. 3 $1.00 Corn 62c Oats ..47c. Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $27.00 C. Corn, per cwt $2,00 Bread Meal $40.00 PRODUCE AND SEEDS. (Furnished by F. M. Jones & Co.) Country butter 23c Creamery butter ..30c Eggs 30c Potatoes, per bu 75c Sweet: Potatoes, per. bu. ... .... .75c English Clover Seed, per bu., . .$4.50 Small Clover Seed, per bu., $4.50 THE FARMER'S BOYl In Many Instances He His a Mistaken Idea of City Life. The great trouble with country boys Is that they are not aware of the cir cumstances under which the city boy Is compelled to live and work If he has to earn his living by the sweat of his brow. The idea held up to the country boy is to go to town .and get a nice, easy, soft snap such as So-and-so has. How many of them do It? Not one in a thousand. Far more go there to find work in some close, stagnant mill, fo sweat amid the fumes of steam or to bacco smoke, or perhaps in some Iron mill or foundry, surrounded by the curses of their fellow men, toil out a weary day of eleven or thirteen hours and after the day is over go home and to such a home! Up some little back street in a bandbox built of brick and named a house more than likely our workman has his home, there to pass away the weary hours of the night amid the heat and stagnation of probably a filthy street only a few feet wide, hot close and dirty. In any large city on some sultry night one may see the workmen and their fami lies In these little narrow city streets stretched about the steps and pave ments in all conditions. These are not slums either, but fairly respectable neighborhoods. To such a condition of life many of our country boys have gone, and many more are today preparing to go. Fat pay and big pay 'envel opes? Not in these times. If our city laborer averages $12 a week he is a lucky man. Tens of thousands get less rather than more. Country boy, before you make the change, in the name of that country you have been taught to hold in reverence, look and do not leap! If you understand farming there are Just as many chances on the land to be worked out as there are in the city. This is a great country, and If you do not like the kind of farming you are working at there are many others. If you belong to a family that follows the grind, grind system of all work and no play, when you reach yoir majority and start for yourself follow out an easier system. Do not condemn country life just because you have been unfortunate enough to be brought up in the home of a man who knows nothing but grind. Do not over look the fact that if such a man was your boss in the city he would grind your life away. Loag, long before you were twenty-one years old you would be occupying some six feet of green turf, where at last you would not hear the dreaded call and curse of the boss. Country life may not be and probably Is not what many would like to color it; but, all things being equal, it is far preferable to city life. That is Just where It comes in. City life is never compared with country life on an equal plane. Remember that if yon must work in the country for a living yon will have to work in the city for one. too. and if yoa possess the ability in yourself to rise above the ordinary workman la the dry that same ability wlfi aarve oat a faomfor yen in the All advertisements mast be in this office before 12. neon UPHOLSTERING. Upholsters and mattrSd making. Wardrobe, couches and Ehirt waist boxes made to order. J. II. Russell. Phone 1793. 26-tf UPHOLSTERING and general repair ing: J. B. Holthouse. 121 S. 6th. Phone- 4201. 17-tf MISCELLANEOUS. H. H. JONES, Auctioneer. Telephone 1536. Office, Shurley's Barn. 12 North 8th St., Richmond, Ind. 10-7t HANS N. KOLL Deutscher Notar and Versicherungs Agent; 716 Main Street. Tel. No. 1620. nov24-tf MOVING VANS. Phone 4258 calls the large Empire Moving Vans with sober, reliable and experienced white men only. Al. Wintersteen. 30 N. 6th St. 11-tf LAUNDRY. We can halp make you nappy ton estly we can. Richmond 8team Laundry. Country. iJoolc Deiore you leap, con sider all things, and if you are sure you can better yourself in the city go; If not, stay on the old farm. Plowing For Grape Leaf Hopper. Plowing is sometimes done by Cali fornia Tineyardists during the winter season for the purpose of destroying the grape leaf hoppers. This is partly based upon the supposition that the eggs may be in the leaves or in the ground or that the adult hoppers are in some way killed in the operation. So far as having a direct effect in de stroying the hoppers is concerned, plowing is of .little avail. The only ones that will be killed are a few that may not be disturbed from their rest ing places among the leaves or other wise accidentally buried by the plow. During the cold or rainy days there may be a few thus turned under, but ordinarily they are active enough to escape readily before the plow. Plowing, however, may have an in direct effect on the hoppers by depriv ing them of food or of suitable shelter ing places during unfavorable weather conditions, and if this practice is gen erally carried out in a neighborhood it will no doubt result in reducing the numbers somewhat. However, a field may be iree from hoppers during the winter, but this is not necessarily an indication of freedom from spring infestation. The Insects are more gen erally distributed in the winter sea son, but the bulk of them will usually be found in the vineyard or on the vegetation of the borders immediately ADCLT OBAPE LEAF HOPPER. surrounding it. They may come in, therefore, from vineyards closely ad joining, so that plowing a single vine yard may be of little help. When the plowing is done In a single vine yard or over a small area it is likely to result simply In driving them Into other fields where there is a better food supply. Once In these other sit uations they may or may not come back into the vineyard where they were originally. Hannah: Nothing hettr for the boys thnn bread from Gold Medal Flour. Rebecca. NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR DE POSIT OF PUBLIC FUNDS. Notice is hereby given that the Franklin Township Board of Finance of Franklin Tp. will between the hours of 1 P. M. and 2 P. M. on the 4th day of January, 1909. at the trus- ; tees office of Franklin Township, County of Wayne and State of Indi ana, receive written proposals from banks and trust companies, subject to examination by the state of Indiana, or by the United States, and having j their place of business in this state, j for the receipts of a maximum amount of public funds on deposit as provid ed for in an act of the General Assem bly of Indiana, entitled "An Act con cerning public funds, their deposits and safe-keeping and the collection of interest thereon creating boards of fi nance and defining their powers, du ties and procedure, prescribing when punishment for violation, prescribing when said act shall take effect and repealing laws In confllcL Approved March 9, 1907 and being Chapter 222 of the Acts of 1907, page 391. Said funds to be deposited consist of public funds of Franklin Tp., Wayne County, Indiana. All proposals, personal and surety company bonds must be exe cuted according to official forms, pre pared under the provisions of the above statute, personal or surety com pany bond, or collateral bonds as se curity must accompany proposal. The Board of Finance of Franklin Township. Wayne County. Indiana, - By W. B. Barton, President. Attest; T. A. Smith., Secretary. N. B. The maximum amount, six thousand ($6,000.) . FOR THE ra (EE 11F 1 FOR RENT. FOR RE STF1 ur n IsLe : UMr ooin s heat end bath, for gents, at the Grand. oct;s tf FOR RENT 7-room house, 631 S. Sth j St Call phone l4St. - 23-tr FOR RENT 5 room house, modern; j also $10 house. Benj. F. Harris, i 10-7t i FOR RENT Nicely furnished room; call S9 S. 10th. 10-7t PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC WIRING. If ii's Plumbing. Heating or Lighting you want, call Meerhoff. Phone 1236. 9-tf MERCHANTS' DELIVERY. On and after Dec. 15ta I will have the largest merchant's delivery and bag gage wagon In the city. Headquart ers at Birck's Harness Store, Phone 1958. Any calls will be appreciat ed and promptly answered. John H. Welling. 14-lt FUNERAL DIRECTORS. DOWNING ft SON, II N. 8th. Phona 2175. augltt NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR DE POSIT OF PUBLIC FUNDS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Finance of Perry Township, Wayne County, Ind., will, between the hours of 1 P. M. and 3 P. M.. on the 4th day of January. 1909, at Economy in the township of Perry, County of Wayne and State of Indiana, receive written proposals from banks and trust companies, subject to examin ation by the state of Indiana or by the United States, and having their place of business in this State, for the re ceipt of a maximum amount of public funds on deposit, as provided for in an act of the General Assembly of Indi ana, entitled "An Act concerning pub lic funds, their deposit and safe-keeping and the collection of interest thereon; creating boards of finance and defining their powers, duties and procedure, prescribing punishment for violations, prescribing when said act shall take effect and repealing laws in conflict," approved March 9. 1907, and being Chapter 222 of the Acts of 1907, page 391. Said funds to be deposited consist of the public funds of Perry Tp., Wayne Co., Indiana. All propos als, personal and surety company bonds must be executed according to official forms prepared under the pro visions of the above statute. Person al or surety company bond, or collat eral bonds as security, must accom pany proposals. The Board of Finance of Perry Tp. Wayne County, Indiana. By J. B. Mark, President. Attest: Eldo A. Cain, Secretary. NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR DE POSIT OF PUBLIC FUNDS. Notice is hereby given that the Dal ton Tp. Board of Finance will, be tween the hours of 1 P. M. and 2 P. M. on the 4th day of Jan., 190 at Trus tees office in the Township of Dalton, County of Wayne and State of Indi ana, receive written proposals from banks and trust companies, subject to examination by the State of Indiana or by the United States, and having their place of business in this state, for the receipt of a maximum amount of public funds on deposit, as provid ed for in an act of the General Assem bly of Indiana, entitled "An Act con cerning public funds, their deposit and safe keeping and the collection of in terest thereon; creating Boards of Fi nance and defining their powers, du ties and procedures prescribing pun ishment for violations, prescribing when said act shall take effect and repealing laws in conflict," approved March 9, 1907, and being Chapter 222 of the Acts of 1907. page 291. Said funds to be deposited consist of the public funds of Dalton Tp. All pro posals, personal and surety company bonds must be executed according to official forms prepared under the pro visions of the above statute. Personal or surety company bond, or collateral bonds as security, must accompany proposals. The Dalton Tp. Board of Finance. By John W. Harter, President. Attest: John W. Retx, Secretary. NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR DE POSIT OF PUBLIC FUNDS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Finance of Center Township, Wayne County, Ind., will be between the hours of 2 p. m. and 4 p. m. on the Sth day of January, 1909, at trus tees office in the township of Center, county of Wayne and State of Indiana, receive written proposals from banks and trust companies subject to exami nation by the State of Indiana or by the L'nited States, and having their place of business in this State; for the receipt of a maximum amount of pub lic funds on deposit, as provided for in an act of the General Assembly of Indiana, entitled "An Act concerning public funds, their deposit and safe keeping and the collection of interest thereon; creating boards of .finance and defining their powers, duties and procedure, prescribing punishment for violations, prescribing when said act shall take effect and repealing laws in conflict," approved March 9. 1907, and being Chapter 222 of the Acts of 1907, page 39L Said funds to be deposited consist of the public funds of Center Tp., Wayne Co., In diana. All proposals, personal and PALLADIUM WANT ADSPAYJ surety company bonds must be exe cuted according to official forms pre pared under the provisions of the above statute. Personal or surety company bond, or collateral bonds as security, must accompany proposals. The Board of Finance of Center Tp.. Wayne County, Indiana. By Richard Snifl.-er, President. J. T. Fox. Secretary. NOTICE FOR PROPOSALS FOR DE POSIT OF PUBLIC FUNDS. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Finance of Webster Town ship, Wayne County, IndL, will, be tween the hoars of 2 p. m., and 4 p. m. on the 4th day of January, 1900. at trustee's office in the township of Webster, county of Wayne, and State of Indiana, receive written proposals from banks and trust companies, sub ject to examination by the Stale of Indiana or by the United States, and having their place of business In thU State, for the receipt of a maximum amount of public funds on deposit, as provided for in an act of the Geueral Assembly of Indiana, entitled "An Act concerning public funds, their deposit and safe-keeping, and the collection of interest thereon; creating boards of finance and defining their powers, du ties and procedure, prescribing pun ishment for violations, prescribing when said act shall take effect and re pealing laws in conflict." approved March 9, 1907. and being Chapter 222 of the Acts of 1!7, page 301. Said funds to be deposited consist of the public funds of Webster Tp.. Wayne Co., Indiana. All proposals, personal and surety company bonds must be executed aecordiug to official form prepared under the provisions of tbt above statute. Personal or surety company bond, or collateral bonds as security, must accompany proposals. The Board of Finance of Webster Tp., Wayne County, Indiana. By Frank D. Jay, President. Attest: John Hendershott, Secretary. 14-lt NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. State of Indiana, Wayne County ss. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appoiuted by the Wayne Circuit Court, administrator with the will annexed, of the estate of Linnie Butt, deceased. late of Kings County, New York, who died in Wayne county. Indiana, leaving as sents in said Wayne County. Said estate Is supposed to be sol vent DICKINSON TriUST COMPANY. Administrator with will annexed. A. M. GARDNER, Attorney, dly SO-7-14 EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE. The undersigned exeutors of the last will of Nelson N. Crowe, deceased, hereby give notice that by virtue of the power by said will conferred, they will, at the hour of 10. o'clock a. m on Tuesday. December 2V, 190S, at the law office of A. M. Gardner, No. 32 South Eighth street, Richmond. Ind.. and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer for sale at private sale, the fol lowing described real estate in Wayne county, Indiana, to-wlt: Part of the northwest quarter of sec tion one (li, township twelve 12?. range two (2) west, beginning forty (40) poles east of the southwest cor ner thereof; thence north forty (40), chains and thirty-six (SS) links to the north line of said quarter; thence east eighteen (IS) chains ' and "sixty-four (04) links; thence south . forty chains and fifty (V) links to the south line of said quarter; thence west lah teen (IS) chains and sixty-four (4i links to the place of beginning, con taining seventy-five and forty-six hun dredths (75.46) acres. "" Also, part of the southwest quarter of section thirty-six (38). township thirteen (13), range two (2), west, be ginning nine ( chains and twelve (12) links east of the southwest corner thereof; thence east four (4) chains and ninety-seven (97) links; thence north eleven (11) chains and ten (10) links; thence west four (4 chains and ninety-' seven (97) links; thence south eleven (11) chains and ten (10) links to the place of beginning, containing five and five-tenths (5.5) acres. Also part of the northwest quarter of section one (1), township twelve 12) range two (2) and part or the south west quarter of section thirty-six (Wi, township thirteen (131, range two (2), described as follows, to-wlt:-Beginning at the southwest corner of said sec tion thirty-six (30). thence running north along the section line forty-four (44) rods and ten (10) links; thence east thirty-six (36) rods and twelve (12) links; thence - south forty-four (44) rods and ten 10) links to the township line; thence east along the township line three (3 rods and twenty-three (23) links; thence south sixty (60) rods and fourteen (14) links; thence west forty (4o) rods to the sec tion line; thence north along the sec tion line sixty (COi rods and nineteen (19) links to the place of beginning, containing twenty-five and twenty seven hundredths (23.27) acres, and containing in all one hundred and six and twenty-three hundredths (10G.23) acres, more or Jess. , . Said farm located about one mile and a quarter east of the Town of Ablng ton. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of the Wayne Circuit court, for not lees than the full appraised value of the said 'real estate and upon the following terms, to-wlt: Cash fa hand on day of sale. JOHN D. CROWE. . CLARK R. CROWE. Executors. A. M. Gardner, Atty. 30-Dec7-14-Xl The Great Blooel Purifier. Tic at all drug store.