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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1909.
PAGE 3GVE3. Briinch' Offices' - Branch offices are located in every part of the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. . For Yonnr Coeveeneoce LIST OF AGENCIES. Branca offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yov- The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. 8euth of Main. BRUENTNO ft EICKHORN, 13th and S. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and 8. P. HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. H. North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. B St. CHILES ft SON. 18th and N. C St WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St JOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. H St RATES I cent per word 7 days for the price of B days. We charge adver tisements cent In by phone and collect after Its insertion. WANTED WANTED--Place to work on farm; r J 1 " ,. . have had experience; reference; ad- WANTED Boy between 16 and 20 for dress "O. F." care Palladium. 23-2t clerk in store. Greek Candy Store. WANTED Girl to do housework at 24"lt once. Call 227 N. 40th St. 21-tf WANTED A position .as clerk In ANTi5More teams ($4.00 per store or grocery; have had e veral hands years' experienceCan give good Wegt J references. Addrete R. C.. Care Sulllvan Cement Stone Palladiium. 24-2t Cq ig tJ WANTEDPlace on farm by married man, by month or day. , Address, WANTED Vise , and lathe hands In "Andrew," care Palladium. 24-2t machine shop. Richmond Mfg. Co. WANTED Corn to cut by the shock . 19"lt by experienced man; call, at 404 WANTED Young persons to attend Main St 24-2t night school at the Richmond Busl- FAY BLACK, ,graudate auctioneer, ness College. 16-tf Phone 5109 G. " C!entervllle R. R. No. WANTED The name and address of 10. 22-14t persons who are interested In physi- r : - cal exercise as a means of develoD- WANTED-Cream separator. E. Ray ,ng hjjman bQdy lncreasing Route 8. its vital forces or health and effl- WANTED Two girls at Snell Res- ciency. Dr. Allen, Centervllle. Ind. ' taurant on N. 8th street. 23-2t 18-7t WANtED-Rough and finish carpen- WANTEDMen to learn Barber trade, ters; library building, Miami Unl- m weekg complete8. Thoroughly rersity, Oxford. Ohio. Rate forty practlcal training. Moler graduates cent an hour. Address Luyster ft command highest Wages. Our di- Lowes, Oxford. Ohio. 23-2t piomas recognized everywhere. Shop WANTED Messenger boy at Western experience and wages before com Union Telegraph Co. 23-3t pleting. Catalogue mailed free. WANTED All persons suffering from Moler Barber College. Cincinnati, O. piles or any form of rectal ailment, : ' ' '' ' - " - ' 17-tf write me for free trial of Positive See Mrs. Hiser. about Shorthand and painless Pile Cure. S. U. Tarney. Bookkeeping. Terms cheap. 33 S. Auburn, Ind. 4eod-tl ' 13th St Phone 2177. sept8-tf WANTED A girl to do housework In WANTED If you want money t in ' family of two; 323 North 9th St , place of your city property or farm, 23-7t go right to ; Porterfleld'a Real Ea- Market Reports NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. Furnished by Eugene Purtelle ft Co., Hittle block. Phone 2330. Geo. A. - Schwenke, Manager.) New York, Sept. 24. Open High Low Close L. ft N. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..151 .... .,..151 Great Northern .. 4.. . . ..153 153 152 152 Amalgamated Copper .. ... .. 83 S3 82 83 American Smelting .. .. ..... .. ... .. .. 99 100 99 99 Northern Pacific 4.. .. .. 84 85 84 84 U. S. Steel 4 12S 128 128 128 U.S. Steel pfd .. ..... ..147 147 146 147 Pennsylvania .. .. ..160 160 159 160 St Paul .... .. .... .. ..117 117 116 116 . B. ft O. . . . .. .... '. ..134 135 134 134 New York Central .. .. .. .. .. . ..166 167 165 165 . . Reading . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ..182 183 181 183 ' Canadian Pacifle ..118 118 118 118 Atchison .. .. ..130 131 130 130 Southern Pacifle. .. .. .. .; ... .. ..202 203 202 202 Union Pacific ............ .......... .. ..155 155 154 154 Chteaoo. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle ft Co., Hittle block.' ' Geo. A. Schwenke, "Manager.) Chicago, Sept 24. Wheat. ' ' Open ? Hlgb , tow Close Sept . 103 102 101 101 Dec ... 98 99 ; 98 98 May ... 102 102 101 101 Corn' Open High Low Close Sept ...65 65 64 ' 64 Dee. ... 59 59 58 58 May ... 61 61 60 60 Oats. Opn High Low Clos Sept' ... 39 39 39 39 Dec. ... 38 38 38 38 May ... 41 41 41 41 Indianapolis Market. INOIANAPOtIS LIVESTOCK. Best heavies ............ .88.10988.35 REPRESENTATIVE SALES. HOGS. No. Av. Dk. Price Sft 50 .. $3.50 12 78 .. 5.00 14 S4 6.00 7 101 .. 6.75 100 146 7.50 22 134 .. 7.75 67 135 V. 7.85 98 152 ... 7.90 62 .. 165 8.00 89 173 S.00 79 200 80 8.00 78 177 80 8.05 75 '. 171 120 8.10 77 ..' 208 120 8.10 55 ................. 192 120 8.15 28 218 40 8.15 74 212 .80 8.20 114 ................. 238 360 8.30 86 1 287 280 8.35 Central. - QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. . . Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St Good to choice ........... 7.90 Best pigs 6.75 BEST STEKRP. Good to choice steers .... 6.35 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.00 STOCK CATTLK. Good to hvy feeding steers 1.50 Fair to good feeders . . . . 4.25 Inferior to choice stockers 3.00 Common to fair heifers .. 2.50 . BUTCHER CATTLE. Good to choice heifers .... 4.50 Choice to fancy cows 3.50 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice veal 6.00 Fair to heavy calves ..... 3.50 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Best yearlings 4.50 Good to choice sheep.. .. 4.00 Good to choice lambs .... 6.25 8.10 7.25 7.50 5.50 4.75 4.50 4.50 3.25 5.50 4.75 9.00 7.50 5.00 4.25 7.00 Richmond Hay Market. (Omar Q. Wheian. New timothy hay (loose) ...... . $12.00 Timothy hay (baled)........... $12.00 Mixed hay, .$10.00 New oats.. .. .. .. .. .. ,.3035c Old oats per bu. ...45c New wheat per bu. . .v .. .. ... .$1.00 Corn .... .............65c Richmond Seed Market. Rnnse Co.) Timothy. . . . . .$1.00$2.00 Clover seed 5.75 6.00 Richmond Grain Market. (Rtcbmond Holler )tnis New wheat per bu. $1.00 Corn, per bu 60c Rye, per bu. .. : ..$oc Bran, per ton. . . . . . ...... . .$26.00 Middlings, per ton. ... ....... .$28.00 Clover seed, per bu.. . ......$5.50 (HDiHiigoin3 PALLADIUM ooo Waet Ado WANT AD LETTER LOST The fo!lowin3 are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for .mall , In answer to their ads. Mall at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Dairy ...... V. 9 M. M. ....... 1 Cottage 2 Owner 1 Rooms".. 2 Office 2 Mail will be kept fcr 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time wlil be cast out ate office, Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block. 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE New 7 room house, hot water heat, electric lights, soft water bath, attic, large cellar, laun dry, both kinds of gas, hardwood floors, screens and' blinds; call at 1313 North B street 24-2t FOR SALE Oak stand and parlor suite. 1313 North B. 24-2t FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc males and gelts; weight 160 to 175 lbs., not fat J. C. Commons, Web ster. Phone 5144C. 24-lt FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint Guaranteed five years. Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin & Co., 257 Ft Wayne Ave. Phone 342G. Apr. 2 fri&mon FOR SALE Watches at J. M. Lacy's Loan office, 721 Main street. 17-tf FOR SALE Persian kitten from reg istered stock. 59 South 16th. Phone 1754. 23-3t FOR SALE Good three-burner hot pl'ate, for either gas, 307 N. 9th. 23-2t FOR SALE Cheap, 7 room modern house, 90S N. H street Inquire Bert Gordon. 401 N. 8th St. 22-3t FORSALE Horse lady's dr-iver, J years old, perfectly safe for any one. Call phone 3690. 22-7t FOR SALE New comforts and quilts. Apply 210' N. 13th St., Richmond. Ind. - i 22-7t FOR SALE Walk Kramer &!Co. Lumber. C. W. ; 29-tf FOR SALE Six room cottage at 124 N. Second St Call C25 Main.. 20-7t Richmond. t CATTLE r (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best l.offj. nverage 200 to 250 pounds .... ....... 7.50g$7.75 Good to heavy packers . . 7.00 7.75 Common and rough 6.75 7.00 Steers corn fed.. .. .... 4.75 5.25 Heifers .... .... ........ 3.50 4.50 Fat cows .. .. .. .. .V .. 3.50 4.00 Bulls ...... ... . ...... 3.25 3.75 Calves 6.00 7.00 Lambs ................... 6.00 PRICES FOR POULTRY. t Young chickens, dressed, per lb. ..18c Old chickens, per lb. 18c COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb ...32c Country butter, per lb lS20c Eggs .... .23c CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Sept 24. Hogs Receipts 1,900; butchers and shippers, $8.40 $8.50. . Cattle Receipts 700; steady; fair to good shippers $5.406.50. Sheep Receipts 1,200; tops, $4.25. Lambs, $7.25. EAST BUFFALO. 1 East Buffalo, Sept 24. Cattle Receipts 70; primes $G.50Z7.00. Sheep Receipts 4,000; tops $5.15. Lambs, $7.65. Hogs Receipts 4,200; active; tops $8.75. Veals Receipts 100; tops $9.50. Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Sept 24. Wheat .........$1.11 Corn 66 Oats ;. 39 Rye 71c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Sept 24.- Wheat . . r , Corn .... ........ Oats .. .... ..... Rye ..$1.14 ....6Sc 41c . 71c PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK, Pitsburg, Sept 24. Cattle Receipts light; primes $6.S5 $6.05. ' - Hogs Receipts 12 loads; tops $S-60. Sheep Receipts light; best lambs $4.75. Calves Receipts light; tops $79.2 CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati. Sept 24. Wheat $1.15 Corn .... .... ...........60c Oats 40c Rye "... ...... .. i..... ..75c Th Chines Ommd. ' Twice t year, in tne drst week in April and October, the Chinese carry food to their dead. OOO Columns- FOR SALE Baseburner, range, hot plate and household goods. 40 3. 13th. " -O-Tt FORSijEHou8ehold ioods7"ajid organ. Call first house west of Country Club. 19-7t FOR SALE Or exchange; lot; in quire 838 N. 12th St 18-.t FOR SALE Soft and hard coal heat ers, bargains; 1030 Main. Phone 1778. septl5-tf FOR SALE 3 H. P.. A. C. Stanley motor, or will trade for small dy namo. Commons Dairy. Co. 18-tf FOR SALE Two colts. R. R. No. 4. Joseph Cox, 17-lot FO RSALE Extra good Shrop. male lambs. Malt Starr, Boston. Ind 24 D, R. R. No. 2. 17-tf FOR SALE Cattle, choice lot high ored stockers and feeders, 1 year ling Polled Angus Bull, 2 yearling Short Horn Bulls and one well bred Jersey Bull, 2 fresh Jersey cows at Glen Miller Stock Yards. Phone 3744. 15-14t FOR SALE Male pigs (Poland China) A. H. Pyle, 5105C. R. R. No. 4. septl3-14t FOR SALE Second hand furniture, stoves, etc., at cheap prlees. 1030 Main. Phone 177a 24-tt FOR SALE Modern home, west side. Also one in South End. 529 Main St Phone 1390. 4-tf FOR SAL Double house West Side. Good investment. 529 Main St Phone 1390. 4-tf FOR SALE Excellent steamboat ac commodations from Baltimore to Bremen, Germany. Hans N. Koll, 716 Main St 29-tf FO R 8 A LEnethlr d horse power electric , motor, direct current Phone 3133. 31-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE An ideal su burban home suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Bungalow, 412 S. W. 3rd. Call phone 3163. 24-3t FOR RENT Room, well lighted and heat; 205 N. 13th St. 23-tf FOR-RENT Ha 1 f double brick, 6 rooms, No. 318 N. 17th St Call 222 N. 15th St 24-lt FOR, RENT New, modern house of seven rooms. Inquire 221 South 6th St. ' 24-tf FOR RENT 7 room house, 501 N. D. Inquire at 206 S. 8th. " 23-3t IT STILUOES Oil End of World Did Not Come Today as Religious Sect Thought. STILL EXPECT THE FINISH. - (American News Service) West Duxbury, Mass.. Sept 24. The end of the world did not arrive on schedule time as had been predicted by members of the latter reign of the Apostolic church, many of whom had gathered here for the purpose of en tering eternity as soon as the gates open. Ten o'clock this morning we the hour set for the end. Prayers and hymns were indulged in all morning and members declare they have dispos ed of all their earthly possessions be cause they saw signs in the heavens. Fifteen immersions in the Little Jor dan river took place this morning. They are still waiting with great ex pectancy. $13,000 IS RAISED At the meeting of the South Side Improvement association last evening. It was announced that the association had raised $13,000 by the sale of lots in the Beallview addition to apply to the bonus of $20,000 to be given to the National Automatic Tool Works, which will locate in Beallview about Dec 1. The Improvement of South Eighth street between N snd O streets by the construction of cement sidewalks, curbs and gutters was ordered. The association pays two-thirds of the cost and the property owners one-third. SEARCH III HARBOR (American News Service) Now York. Sept. 24. The police of the harbor squad sub-station at Ninety-seventh street and the North river and sailors from the Hudson-Fulton warship fleet were searching today, for the bodies of a man and girl who were thrown overboard when the Madigar, a thirty-three foot launch, in which they were crossing from die New York to the Jersey side, was upset and smashed in a collision with the tow line connecting the tugs Princess and Edward H. Meade with a string of barges. 1 cent per word. 7 days for the vv price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for . after its insertion. My Children Can now play on the floor without fear of Catching Cold since I put in the Mogul Furnace. The Mogul is fine So spoke another Enthusiastic user of a MOGUL FURNACE Pilgrim RICHMOND. IND. PHONE FOR RENT Houses, 7 rooms; call 35 South 12th. 23-2t FOR RENT To Earlham students, nicely furnished, homelike rooms, electric light heated. Reasonable price. . 900 National avenue, opposite west campus. 23-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Phone 3780. ' 21-7t FOR RENT Office rooms; apply A. G. Luken ft Co. 21-7t FOR RENT House, 212 N. 14th. Call 302 N. 14th. 20-tf FOR RENT Five room house. $8. Phone 31341 . 22-f FOR, RENT Good business room and fixtures; 153 Richmond Avenue. 187t FOR RENT Y. M. C. A. furnished rooms, cnoL light clean, shower baths, $1.25 per week and up. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tf LOST. LOST Gold rimmed glasses In tan color case, between 3rd street and Knollenberg's Store. Leave at Knollenberg's Dress Goods Dept Reward. 24-lt MISCELLANEOUS. SPECIAL MUSIC Saturday night by the 'WInsor Hotel Orchestra. Tur tle soup served to patrons. 9-ev-fri-7t BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE ft OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurance. Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16, L O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf BURIED JESTEBDAY Last Rites Over Body of Dr. Wakefield Performed In This City. MANY ATTENDED SERVICES The funeral of Rev. J. B. Wakefield, former rector of St Paul's Episcopal church was held yesterday afternoon at the church. The Rev. Wakefield died at his home in San Jose. Calfor nia, last week. Rev. D. C. Hunting ton, rector of the church and Dr. J. E. Cathell, former rector of the church, officiated at the service. The pall bearers included Judge J. L. Rupe, Al bert Reed, Herbert Edmunds, Ray Robinson, William F. Starr and J. M. Coe. Burial was at Earlham ceme tery. The floral offering given by local friends of Dr. Wakefield attested the affection which they bore him. The offering was one of the largest and most beautiful ever seen. The cere mony was largely attended by the par ishoners and friends. Alone, - "According to this paper." observed Mr. Goodwin, a man has lived a year on beer alone." -Well, that's as it should be." ob served Mrs. Goodwin. Any man who lives on beer ought to be com pelled to live alone." Exchange. SMALL INCREASE OF FRIENDS WAS ;H BY REPORTS (Continued From Page One.) New England Yearly Meetings and stopped oft in this city to attend the Indiana Yearly Meeting although their credentials did not read for this Year ly Meeting. REPORT ON TEMPERANCE. Subject Discussed by the Indiana Yearly Meeting. The thirty-sixth annual report of the home missions of the Friends, the re ports of the Temperance committee of Friends and the trustees of the Indi ana Anti-Saloon league and a forceful address by the Hon. Oliver W. Stewart of Chicago on "The Bosiness Side of the Temperance Question.' occupie-1 the attention of the Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends in its session at tt Cast Kaia Street KsetiB Ho .RATES . Brothers 1390. 529 MAIN ST. LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean: If you dont believe It try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. febU-tf Phone 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun dry at 18 N. 9th, Work guaranteed. ang25-tf BICYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES. Bicycle and Motor Cycle Repairing; Waking ft Co, 406 Main. Phone 2006. It-tf FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON. POHLMEYER ft DOWN ING. 15 North Tenth, rhone 1335. Private ambulance. 28-tf 1 UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 1C South 7th Street. Phone 1793. Repair work a spec ialty. 1MI REMOVAL NOTICE. Dr. S. G. Smelser nas moved from 122 S. 5tn to 51 S. 8th. 24-lt Brilliant Mm. e Staei. Mme. de Stael was about thirty-two years old when BoulUy wrote that she wss neither Imposing nor pleasing, but had "an eager, almost ravenous ex presslon In the. eyes and sometaing masculine and assured In ber counte nance. Ber Hps were dry and arid, her movements and gestures Imperious; her voice was sonorous aad her utter ance rapid and energetic She gave him the Idea, be adds, "of creative genius taking the form of a woman destitute of beauty." It Is said that she loved nothing better than to place herself beside Mme. Recsmler. think. lag that this beauty made the best foil to her own brilliant wit and STnrssslTs countenance. Coucui: . Gold Medal Flour Is eheaneat It's best too more loaves to the sack. BcrantiA. yesterday afternoon. The annual report of home mis sions showed that during the past year there had been I.OIO meetings held. One hundred forty members had been added to the church, and fifty meet ings for children were held. Services had been held In the Jails and the in terest in the Sabbath schools had In creased during the past year. The meeting on home missions asked for sn appropriation of $30 from the Yearly Meeting. Address by Daisy Bair. The report, however, was not the most Interesting part of the afternoon session devoted to Home Mlssiona Th. address of Daisy Barr on Home Mis sions, appealed to the Friends, as ex pressions of approval were frequently made. Mrs. Barr spoke In part, the following: "I hope the time will come when there will be only one missionary en terprise and that will extend from Je rusalem to the utmost parts of the esrth." "The work we call Home Missionary work ought to be called local church work, and it ought to be extended. !. should reach the foreigners In thl country as well as the negro. The question is no longer shall we educate the negro; the question Is shall the ne gro educate us? . "We need a revival of the feeling of brotherhood. This Is the strong point of Quakerism. I would also place the question of child labor before every Yearly Meeting In the world. It :s time that we should herald the zosoel of brotherhood over all the nations nt the earth. Something is wrong with labor conditions and the church cannot withold her voice In such matters. I stand here to plead for the Chineec women and I hate the dreadfnl law that keeps them from our shores. I would admit every one of them aad place missions In their midst" As to Sunday Work. Truman Kenworthy Introduced the matter of work on the Sabbath, on the double track system between Richmond and Indianapolis. Hiram Wollem added to his remarks the following: "Loads of beer were brought to Cen tervllle, although It Is a "dry" town, for the Italian laborers. "Ten members of a Quarterly Meet ing use liquor as a beverage and one hundred and one use tobacco," reports the Temperance committee of th Yearly Meeting. "Seventy-five per cent of the saloons have now been voted out," the report continues, "but we still have much to do. What we reed Is co-operation In the general morement against the liquor traffic. We have worked In. conjunction with the W. C T. U. and the Anti-Saloon league, and we are largely responsible for the dry counties in Indiana." In one of the few sessions of the In diana Yearly Meeting of Friends, not only the delegates and lay members applauded, but the officers and min ister, as well, when the Hon. Oliver Stewart, an ex- member of the Illinois legislature, made an exceptionally good argument against the saloon. "Ic the saloon a benefit or a help td business." he began. "Since It must " be one or the other, does it help or re tard business. The saloon can not ex- 1st, except by hurting its own patrons. No other business does this. In the grocery business, as an example, what ever you give in money, you get some- thing in return, la the saloon "busi ness you give something and get something worse than nothing in re turn. The saloon Is not entitled t- protection although it looks like a business and acts like a business, but it is a counterfeit Are Three Arguments. There are three arguments against the saloon from a business standpoint First a general business always helps and benefits its customers: the saloon aoes not Secondly, in a business rou can not force the buying of a customer past a certain point yet the saloon never learns this fact Thlrdlr. business takes pride in its product th naioonlst does not la explanation of this be says that the product of the saloon is not the liquor, but the drunkard. - The liquor is only the -tool by which they carve their pro duct" Mr. Stewart also explained the tax side of the saloon business and stated that when the saloon was voted out there was no Increase la taxes. The report of the trustees of tha State Anti-Saloon league, gave a sta tistical report of the local option aad temperance work In Indiana. The re port showed that seventy counties were "dry" out of the ninety-two. The reader, however. Frank Stanley, quick ly corrected himself and said that the seventy counties out of ninety-two had teen roted "dry." As routine matter, the following as a temperance committee was appoint td: Horace Yercen. Bennett Efcuaart. and Li sale Watson. Allen Jay and Ids S. Henley were re-appointed on the committee on evangelisation, pastoral and church extension and Taaavaasi Lewis was appointed as a third mis' ber. All UNUSUAL CASE HAS BEEII FILED III COUIIT TODAY (Continued From Pag One.) ing of his presence here, notice was las. meaiaieiy served on him and the suit filed. The plaintiff desires to have the con veyance of the deed declared void and the property sold to nav th nMBM or ber doctor and nurse bills while at the, hospital. It Is also contended that Hodson can he made tn nmvM tor the maintenance of the child until It becomes of age. The question of the legality of such a procedure In volves a Tery fine point of law, without a parallel In Indiana. The case will probably be heard In the October term of court NOTICE OP GUARDIAN SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue of an order of the Wm Circuit court, the undersigned guardi an 01 ueorge Morris, of unsound mind, on Saturday, October 23rd. ia, at two o'clock, p. m., will offer at public sale on the premises, to the highest bidder, the following described real estate be longing to said ward, situated la Wayne County, Indiana, to-wit: A part of the northwest ouarter rU) of section thirty-two (32) township fourteen (14). range one (1). west, be ginning at a point on the west line of said section on the south side of an avenue 2 rods wide, which point Is thirty-four (34 1 rods south of the north west corner ot said section; and run ning thence south fourteen (14) rods; thence east 11.43 rods; thence north fourteen (14) rods to the south side of said avenue: thence west 11.43 rods to the place of beginning, containing one (1) acre. Said property Is located on the southeast corner of West Fifth and Maple streets, about one square south of the old . Sevastopol school house snd Includes a comfortable dwelling house. Terms of sale: One third cash at time of sale, one-third In nine months and one-third In eighteen months from dsy of ssle. the deferred payments to be evidenced by promissory notes of ine purcnaser in ususi nans: rorm. bearing six per cent Interest from date snd attorney's fees aad secured by mortgage on said real estate. . Sale subject to approval of the coart and subject to the taxes thereon for If not sold at public sale the property will be offered at private sale for not leas than the full appraised varae at the office of the guardian until sold. - DICKINSON TRUST CO., Guardian. J. W. Newman. Attorney. 24-1-fMS SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of a certified copy of a de cree to me directed from the clerk ot the Wayne Circuit court, of Wayne county. Indiana. I will expose at pub lic sale, to the highest bidder at the court house door, la the city of Rich mond. Wayne county, Indiana, on Sat urday, the lfith day of October. HMO. between the hours of IO o'clock, a. sx and 4 o'clock p. nu. on said day, the following described real estate tat the city of Richmond, la Wayne county, ia the state of Indiana, to-wit: . A part of the northwest quarter of section thirty-two (32 in townshlo fourteen (14, of range one (1) west, beginning at the Intersection of the west line of Sourer Borer) street, with the north line of said section, thence west twenty-seven (27) feet, new sur vey makes twenty-eight (2) feet and six (6) inches, thence south two hun dred and fifteen (213) feet, thence east to said Boayer OBoyer) street, then nnrtti twn YtnBff vrfY aful nttmmm feet to the place of beginning. . To be sold as the property of Louts Holweg. trustee, et aL to satisfy said m.aw m .m j 1, mam mmmwiem w m iwu. Hollman. Said sale to be witbowt re lief from valuation or appraisement laws. - LINUS P MEREDITH. - Sheriff of Wayne County. Study k. Etndy, Atty. for Plaintiff. X Eeot 17-24-Oct 1