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Branch, Off ices , 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 Your Coira ven leunce LIST OF Branca offices are located la every part of the city. Leave your WANT AOS with the one nearest yo The rates are the same and you .will fare a trip to the main office. "South of Main. BRUENING. Thirteenth and South E street. 'V; A. W. BUCKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT, 6th and 8. H. ' North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N. : B St CHILES ft SON. 18th and N. C St WM. HIEOER. 14th and N. G St. JOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. H St. :.: RATES ' I cent per word 7 days for the price of S days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its Insertion. WANTED. WANTED To buy old gold and silver watches, guns, revolvers, bicycles. ' Open Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day nights. J. M. Lacey, Pawn . Broker, Eighth and Main. 11-eod-lmo WANTED An experienced first coat and varnlsher at the Richmond Fur niture Mfg. Co. 5-lt WANTED Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell stock condition powder in Dayne' county, Salary, 70 month. - Address 301 Unity Bldg., Indianapolis. - . ' WfNTED-f o buy a two-chair barber shop; state full particulars. Mil ton W. Carr, Corydon, Ind. 5-3t WAITED Man and wife to rent four unfurnished rooms, in good location, by May 1st. Best reference. M. 16 Odd Fellows' Bldg. 5-lt VANTED Two men in player depart- ment. Call for Piano Co. Mr. Draper, Starr 5-lt WANTED A young lady stenograph- . or; call between 9 and 10 a. m. Wm. Thornburg, 828 Main St 5-3t WANTED Carpenters; phone 24467 WANTED You to see us about your lawn fence, trellis and grape arbor work. Eureka Fence Co., Phone 3751. 5-7t VANTEI Salesman to handle line of Merchants Specialties. as a .side line. Address The Tablet & Ticket Co., 541 Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. v -x.. . - s-u WANTED A place to work by young girl; address 914 N. 11th street. . - 5-2t WANTED-To rent one or two unfur nlshed rooms, central. Privilege of ' light housekeeping. Not to exceed . $4.00 per month. Address Room 4 Dickinson Block. It WANTED You to go to Murray Bif - Hard parlors for recreation. 12-tf NEW YORK STOCK Market (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) New York, April 5. , : ' Open High Low Close Copper.. ............. .4. .. .. 74 76 74 76 American Smelting '. .. .. .. ...... .. 81 82 81 82 U. a Steel .. .. ..... .... .. .. 83 85 83 85 U. S. Steel pfd. ................... ..119 .... 120 Pennsylvania .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...v ..135 135 135 135 St. Paul .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .... .. ..140 142 140 142 B. ft O .. .. .... .. ..111 111 110 111 New York Central .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..122 123 121 122 Reading .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .". ..164 166 164 165 Great Northern .. ..133 135 135 135 Union Paciflo .. .. ..184 187 184 187 Atchison .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .... .. ..112 113 112 113 Southern Paciflo ,. .. .. .. .. ...... .. ..124 125 124 125 L. ft N. .......... ..150 151 150 151 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, April 5. (Hogs Receipts, 4.500; primes, $10.00, Cattle Receipts, 800; steers, $7.00. : Sheep Receipts, 100; primes, $7.50. Lambs Receipts, light; primes $10.00; ' . spring lambs, $18. EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. ' East Buffalo. April 5. Hogs Receipts , 12,000; Yorkers $11.20: heavies. $11.25. Cattle Receipts. 100; primes, $&23; butchers', $7. Veals Receipts, 800: choice, fS.75. Sheep Receipts, 1.S00; primes, $7.50. Lambs, $10.00. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg. April 5. Cattle Receipts, light: extras, $8.40; primes, $8.25. Hogs Receipts, 8 loads; prime heav ies. $11.10; Yorkers, $11.05,. . 6heep Receipts, 4 loads; primes, $7.00; . spring lambs, $10.50; yearlings. $9125. CaJves-rRecelpts, GOO; choice, $8.50. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. ; Cincinnati. April 5. Cattle Receipts. 2.000; shippers. $S.00. Hogs Receipts, 1,300; shippers, $11.10. Sheep Receipts. GO: best $G.G3. Spring lambs, $1C; yearlings, $9.13. Best Calves $4.75$&50. Cetiut : CiM Medal Flour ts .clieapest It's beet, see nore loaves to the sack. . Scnnuiu. ' , -''I . - 'r- - o AGENCIES. 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. WANTED -If yon want money In place of your city property or farm, go rignt tc Porterfleid's Ret: Es- ; ate office. Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tt WANTED Situation on farm by sin- 'gle man. Best of references fur nished. Address E. A. ReddR. R. No. 3. city. , 4-4t WANTED A girl for general house work. 131 S. 15th. . 4-3t WANTED To buy a good canoe; call nhone 3139. l-7t WANTED Washing to do at 400 S W. 3rd., 31-7t WANTED Hand power printin press, in good condition. Address Box 3. Webster, Ind. 31-7t WANTED Second hand Incubator; address 410 South West Third, city. 30-7t WANTED Cabinet work, screens, fur niture made and remodeled. Phone .1167. ' 3-7t WANTED Lathe and milling ma chine men, tinners and assemblers, " varnish and rough-stuff rubbers and trimmers; good wages, and steady work for experienced men and help ers. Reo Motor Car Company, Lan sing, Michigan. . 30-7t WANTED To rent a 4 to 5 room mod ern house; address Box 108, City. , i . ' ' . ,- ' 29-tf WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night Bchool fbFmen'Tclassew "now enrolling1.' WANTED 50 students to learn Japa nese chemical oil painting, a new method of painting portraits, anl- , mals, landscapes and flowers. We positively guarantee to teach any body over twelve years of age the full complete course ' for $5.00 and guarantee after course is taken they can paint pictures equal in every re spect to samples now on exhibition on Main street between Ninth and Tenth, i Studio, Room 2, Central Hotel. 27-14t QUOTATIONS INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, April 5. Wheat .$1.10 Corn ooc Oats, . .... 45V.-C Rye 84c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, April 5. Wheat Corn .... Oats . ........... .$1.16 V.G1X.C 44?ic Rye Clover Seed ....Sic ..$7.00 CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati. April 5. Wheat . .. .. .. Corn .. .. ........ . Oats .. . . .$1.20 . ..47c RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds ......... .$10.25$10.50 Good to heavy packers $10.00 Common and rough. &45 7.70 Yorkers . &25 8.75 Steers, corn fed 4.750 5.60 Fat cows ................ 3.00 4.23 Bulls 3.00Q 4.00 Fat bulls 4.00 450 Veal Calves ............. 7.50 8.50 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar C. Whelan) Oats .35337c Reports PALLADIUM o o Want Ado TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery. Walter E. Murray. 51S Main. Phone 4201. 27-tf WANTED Cement, brick and sewer work. Ricker Bros. Phone 3445. 26-lmo WANTED Work remodeling old fur niture into new designs. Phone 1167. 27-7t WANTED Shoes repaired by compe tent person. Half soles 50 cents. Henry Bass, 1028 Main. 3-7t WANTED Door and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered.' Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED Gentleman solicitor, at 117 N. 16th. Call 3-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE 100 acres, fair improve ments; good timber. : A bargain at $70 per acre. Apply aow to- J. E. Moore, over 6 North Seventh. 23-tf FOR SALE Cheap, piano box buggy; 308 South 13th. 5-7t FOR SALE One Germantown wagon, one sulky, one horse-clipping " ma chine, at 1415 Main St. 5-3t FOR SALE Single comb Buff Leg horn eggs for hatching, $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs. 400 S. 5th St. ; Phone 2204. tu-wed-thu-tf For' Sale v A modern'Tesidence of 8 rooms, cor ner lot, good barn. All Improvements. Price, $3,500. Several nice building lots well lo cated. Prices from $300 upwards. We need small houses. A nice 5 room cottage, electric lights, good cellar. All Improvements. Price, $1,500. O-Room, modern residence with steam heat, good barn, centrally locat ed, full lot. Price, $3,000. G-Rooni modern house. New, well finished. Price, $2,400. John, E. v-Peltz - 620 MAIN ST. PHONE 1332. FOR SALE Why rent? For $400 lot 75 x 200 and 4-room cottage in one of the most - picturesque places in Richmond, overlooking the beautiful Thistlethwaite Falls. Call or ad dress B. F. Kelly, Thistlethwaite Falls, Richmond, Ind. 4-3t FOR SALB-Ladies' bicycle, 230 N. 10th. 4-2t FOR SALE I have a number of im proved farms, city property and lots , for sale, one per cent commission on sales of $500 or over. Kaufman, over 828 Main. Phone 2394, aprl-tf FOR SALE Building block machine, 210 N. 7th St. i 2-7t Strawbaled. . $6.00 $6.50 Corn .. ......53c' RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu ....$1.13 Corn, per bu., 55c Rye, per bu ..............70s Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $2S.OO Clover Seed, per bu. , ......... .$5.00 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. : (Runge ft Co.) Timothy Hay (loose) ..........$15.00 Corn 55c Timothy .... .... ........ $1.90$2.00 Clover seed .............. $G.50$7.00 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..lS20c Old chickens, per lb..........lS20c Turkeys .1822c Ducks 15s COUNTRY PRODUCE , Creamery butter, per lb 34c Eggs .. .......... .............17c Country butter, per lb 25c Unique Bird House. T. C. Kevitt. a New Jersey man. has built a simple but useful bird bouse. The body is a round stick with bark left on. A large bole is bored In the top, this being covered , with a square - a eniFLi nrar bousx; ' pitch roof. The entrance is one Inch In diameter. This house was special ly designed for the wren, an interest ing bird to have around as well as an Industrious insect,, destroyer. Such bird houses may be put in the corners of the bouse or on parts of trees inac cessible to cats. H this eoacera yoo. read cxntaEr- Dr. tMweU's Symp Pepete is positively svaran d to ewe indigestion. coostipatioci, sick bead- ' wr Tt nuilmrin btA ill itisnesri arislDS! fron stomecfa trouble. . o o o Coltamrnes WANT AD II ESI II The following; are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: A. B. ........ 1 M 2 A. W. . A. E. W. E. L. .. Barnes . ..... 5 3 ..... 2 .... 1 P. B. D. ...... 1 Room 1 S 1 Xylophone ... 1 Mall will be kept tor 30 flays only. All mail not called for within that time will be cast out. FOR SALE Cipher outdoor brooder, one-horse harrow, five tooth culti vator, two horse reversible breaking plow. 325 Pearl street. l-7t ANNOUNCEMENT On or about Tuesday, April 5th, we will be open for business at No. 177 Ft, Wayne avenue. We have the stock and the prices command the business. We earnestly desire your patronage. Open every afternoon and evening. J. Glaser & Co. l-7t PUBLIC SALE Klute homestead, 135 S. 21st street; 9 room brick house and one acre of ground, fine subur ban home; will be sold on Thurs day at 2 p. m., April 7th. l-7t FOR SALE Six year ,old pony, har ness and wagon. Roberts Bros., Centcrville, Ind. 31-7t WHY Pay Rent when $1,650.00 will buy a nice five room house in the best location in West Richmond. House nearly new. This is a bargain for a home or investment. Let us show it to you. Dye & Price, Cor. 9th and Main Streets. 31-tf FOR SALE Hives of bees and bee keepers supplies. Phone 4116. mar21-tf FOR SALE A new delivery wagon, with a top. Never been used. Call 700 N. 12th St. 2-7t FOR SALE Good spring suit; size 37; color blue; 404 S. 4th. Phone 1052. --' 3-tf RYTHHIC BEL. Reidston Stock Farm, received to day, from John Splan of Lexington, Kentucky, the famous young stallion Rythmic Bel No. 42,327. This is the grandest Stallion ever in the State, and one that forty thousand, dollars has been offered for and refused. Rythmic Bel will cnake the season at Reidston Farm, and everybody is cordially Invited to call at the farm and see this grand horse. JOHN DAGLER, Supt 24-lmo FOR SALE Rose comb Rhode Island Reds, Eggs for hatching, strain from high scoring, trap nest layers. Set tings, 15 eggs, $3.00 or 30 for $5.00 John Y. Coddington,' Greensfork, Ind. 29-7t ST Genuine Affinity Scandal Jars Wife and Child Deserted by Aged Spouse for the Reigning Belie of Cy De Vry's Monkeyland. Chicago, April 5. Have you heard about it? It's the biggest scream of a scandal the busybodies in simian society have had In years. What is it? Why, Napoleon has eloped with Sapho deserted his wife Lizzie scad, little Napoleon, Jr., and their rela tives and- social acquaintances are just Quivering with excitement as a result. ' Up in monkey society in the Lincoln park zoo Sapho, a member of the Sia mese race of monkeys, has been the reigning belle. She had suitors both young and old, which lavished upon her their affections. The many rich gifts of peanuts and sweet things just had the other residents of the winter colony mad with jealously. r $ . No one had paid any attention , to old Napoleon's flirtation with Sapho. He is grizzled with age, and he never paid much attention to his personal appearance. They whisper it about that he even used to go a couple of days without combing his long "Burn sides." Lizzie and ' he had numerous spats' of late, and , it was noted that he didn't seem to care much. A few days ago the whirlers in monkeydom were moved out to sum mer quarters in the big wre house, Sapho had & nest up in the top of the place, while Napoleon, Lizzie and Lit tle Napoleon. Jr., were separated from her by a netting. The other night Napoleon Sr., quiet ly waited until his spouse had dropped off to sleep oi their perch and then he stealthily began ; tearing at the wire partition. ' y. Sapho was waiting in ner vous expectancy and ; when he had made his escape they slipped : down the long trellis work . and scampered with all speed toward ' the ; animal house. They were found together, cooing and 'making love on the front porch of the place by a keeper, and the head animal ; keeper. Cy , De Vry, carried the pair back, to their cage. Mrs. Lisxie Napoleon, - ex-wife now, when seen yesterday by a reporter on her perch," denounced the erring Napo leon in vitriolic invectives. She was cuddling her little Nap in her arms, and her face showed traces of weep ing. "You can say for me that thai old battered faced ..mat neTer , even con tributed a peanut to my support while we lived together." she chattered ex 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. For Sale New "HawSey" Time Reg ister, S0man, Made by Grouse-Kinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address Palladium . 19tf FOR SALE Walk Kramer & Co. Lumber. C. W. 29-tf FERTILIZERS, v We manufacture High Grade Com mercial Fertilizers. Prices reasonable. Call and see us before buying your spring supply. Clendenin .Fertilizer Co. Richmond, Ind. 15-tf FOR SALE Lot, 22nd street, cheap; call 15 S. 10th. 2S-7t FOR SALE Westcott surrey and Dav is phaeton. See them at Ryan's Livery. 29-tf FOR SALE Home grown potatoes, 55c per bushel. Geo. Cutter, South 4th and D. Phone 1323. 29-7t FOR SALE $125 King piano certifi cate cheap. Good till Apr il 7. Ad dress L. B., caro Palladium. 2-3t FOR SALE Single comb Rhode Is land Red eggs. Prize winners. 15 for $1. Buff Cochan Bantams. Prize winners, 13 for 50c. C. W. Bateman, 1219 Bridge Ave. 2-7t FOR SALE Nice carriage, cheap. 22a N. 17th. 3-3t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Modern city homes and other Richmond property. Farm lands; city property to trade for farm property. Jones and Wilson, 7th and Main. Phone 1762. 24-tf FOR SALE Choice residence lot, cen tral, 25 or 50 feet fronting east. Dr. Ewing. 16-1 mo FOR SALE W ttte Wyandottes. Win ners. Layers. $1.00 per 15. $5 per 100 eggs. Frank L. Waldele. 711 South West A. 10-14t REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man can. secure a fine suburban home with- city conveniences, 3 squares from'street car, by phoning 3136. . 9-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Faratshed rooms, heat with bath for gents, at the Grand. , feb22-tf FOR RENT Two rooms with bath, furnished for light housekeeping; call 315 Randolph street It FOR RENT Three rooms; apply 123 North 17th street. 5-3t citedly. "He beat me, and once whip ped little Nap just for nothing. "All I've got to live for now Is my baby," she said, cuddling the infant Nap tenderly in her arms. "And you can just say that Sapho, the dough- faced cat that she is, is welcome to him. There will never be a reconcili ation between myself and old Nep." Other close friends in th3 summer colony, however, predicted that Nap would soon tire of his affinity, and that despite Lizzie's harsh utterances, there would be a tearful "kiss and make up" between the pair in the near future. TufkTdb woiueu do uot wear veils because of their religion, as many sup pose, it is merely the survival of an old custom. When the Turks still lived in Tartary, before the time of Mohammed, it was the habit of the men to steal such women for wives as attracted them. This led to so much fighting that about the second century after Christ the Turks came together and decided that henceforth the wo men should go veiled and should not meet men. but dwell in harems, as soou as they arrived at womanhood, which was at about eleven years of age. Mrs. Kenneth Brown in Metro politan Magaziae. On Failure. "It's funny our minister never gets married." remarked the young bus band who bad just refused his wife a new dress in his endeavor to change the subject. I think he'd make a good husband. -Well.' replied the wife warmly. he didn't seem to make a very good one when he married us." He Cot His. A cynical old bachelor wbo firmly believes that alt women nave some thing to say on all subjects recently asked a female friend: Ws4U madam, what do you hold on this question of female suffrage?" . . To which the lady responded calmly.: "Sir. I bold my tongue." Soaked. ' What time is itr "I don't know." . "Isn't your watch going? . Worse rfs gooe---cieveland Lead- RATES FOR RENT To parties that will board owners, address "P. M." Pal ladium. ' 5-2t FOR RENT Room for light house keeping. 31 N. 11th St. 4-2t FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms. 31 North 11th St, FORrRENT Frnishedfobms at 122 Ft Wayne Ave. 2-7t FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeping; garden ground. Phone 3449. l-7t FOR RENT House and garden, West Fifth and National Ave. Inquire first house north West 5th. l-7t FOR RENT One acre gardening lot. corner College and Orchard street. Phone 2277. 31-7t FOR RENT Farm of 127 Vi acres, one mile from city, a good dairy farm, can give immediate possession. Phone 3139. 10-tf FOR RENT Furnished room; 25 North 16th street. 2S-7t LOST. LOST Silver hat pin, engraved with Russian letters. Call phone 1594. Reward. 5-tf BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. . MOORE ft OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf INSURANCE. . Hans N. Koll, Fire and Accident In surance. 716 Main street. UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street Phore 1793. Repair work a spec ialty. 11-tf MOTOR CYCLES. Indian and Yale, 1910 Model on dis play Pathfinder tires, guaranteed, $3.75, Waking & Co., 406 Main St 15-tf ELECTRIC WIRING. Electric light wiring, door bells and intercommunicating telephones in stalled and repaired. H. E. Harri son. Phone 3413. 20-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, The best meals are gotten at Profflt's. The Rubber Plant In 1735. The first accurate Information re garding the wonderful robber plant was furnished by La Coudamine, a French scientist who was sent in 1735 by the government of France to meas ure an arc of the meridian near Quito. This brought him to the heart of the rubber growing country, and much valuable information was thus ob tained. Chesterfield on Dress. When you are once well dressed for the day," . wrote Chesterfield, think no more of it Always and without any stiffness or fear of dis composing that dress, let all your ac tions be as easy and natural as if yon bad no clothes on at all." ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. --'V-v. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, as administrator of the es tate of Mary E. Scbepman, deceased, under the authority of an order of the circuit court of Wayne couCty, Indiana will, on Wednesday, the v 18th day of May, 1910, on the premises hereinafter described, offer for sale at public auc tion the real estate of said decedent. situated in Wayne county, Indiana and The following described real estate situated In the county of Wayne and State of Indiana, to-wit: A part of the south-east quarter of section twenty-one (21), townsaip sev enteen (17), range fourteen (14), east, beginning at the southwest corner of said farm at a stone, (also the corner of the farm of the late Henry M. Er win), running thence cast sixty-seVen (G7) rods and twelve (12) feet to a cor ner, thence north ninety (90) rods to a DAHK STATCClGrJT. Condensed Statement of the Condition of the First National Bank, of Greensfork, Ind., on March 29, 1910. Comptroller's Call. , RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.. U. S. Bonds & Premium Other Bonds & Securities .. Banking House & Fixtures Due from U. S. Treasurer . . Cash on hand and in Banks Total Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Circulation ... . . . LIABILITIES. Deposits .. .. r . ... Total. I, DC Moore, cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belieL ... :. , D. C- MOORE. Cashier. - Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of April, 1910. - r. , . , L. J. MURDOCKi Notary Public. , - ' ' " 'v ' T Attest: ' ' . " ' r - . - D. W. HARRIS. ' - . MILO . GENTRY, '"'- ' -..-:'- , TO;oveL, , , ' ' ,' Ty - f "v- " dradjorsV ,', ' stone, thence west sixty-eight (08) rods to a corner, thence south ninety (90) rods to the place of beginning, coa- , taining forty acres mora or less. Also, a part of the southeast quarter of -section twenty-one 0-11, township seventeen (17). range fourteen (14i. east and bounded as follows: Commencing at the southeast corner of the said quarter, thence north sixty (00) rods. thence west eighty (SOi rods, thence south sixty (00) rods, thence east eighty rods to the place of begin ning, containing thirty (30) acres more or less. Also, beginning at a point twenty-six and two-thirds (20 2-3) rods west of a stone fifty-nine (.53) rods north of the southeast corner of the southeast quar ter of section twenty-one (21), town ship seventeen (17). range fourteen (14) east., running thence west fifty-three ana one-imra ukj i- roas, mencw north thirty (30) rods, thence east fifty three and one-third (53 1-3) rods, thence south to the place of beginning, con taining ten acres more or less. Also, a part of the southeast quarter of section twenty-one (21), township seventeen (17), range " fourteen (14), east, and bounded as follows: Begin ning at a stone and established corner fifty-nine (50) rods north of the south east corner of quarter section, running thence west twenty-six and two-thirds d'0 2-3) rods, thtnee north thirty (30) rods, thenco east twenty-six and two- thirds (20 2-3) rods, thence south thirty (: rods to the place of beginning, con taining five acres. . v ; All of the above described tracts or parcels of land aggregating eighty-five (85) acres more or less. Also, a part of lots numbered two (2) and seven (7), in that part of the city of Richmond laid out by John Smith, and bounded as follows, to-wit: Begin ning forty-six feet and six Inches east of the northwest corner of said lot number two. thence south fivo and one half degrees . west,, seventy-seven feet and six inches on lot number two, thence south on the north half of lot number seven to an alley running east and west, thence . south, eighty-four and three-quarters degrees east, along the north line of said alley, eighteen feet and three inches, thence north, five ond one-quarter degrees east. across that part of lot number seven that lies north of said alley, to the south line of lot number two, thence north, five and- one-quarter degrees east, seventy-seven feet and six Inches to Main street, thence west along Main street, eighteen feet and three Inches to the place of beginning, and with all rights and privileges that George W. Schepman had in or to the use .and privilege of using an alley for use of said property, ; : The said real estate, will under the said order of the court, be sold free and Clear of all mortgage and Judgment liens thereon. ' Terms of Sale. At least one-third of the purchase money will be required, to be paid In cash, and the residue in nine and eigh teen months from day of sale, the pur chaser being required to execute notes to said administrator for the deferred nvn,Ana nmhU at a. hank In WaVUS la j iucumi ,-j " . - . county, Indiana, without relief from valuation or appraisement laws, bear- ing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date, with attorney's nn .,, v& ukiimiI Viv a mhrtaaxe UD- on the premises sold; and as to the property described, situated In the city of Richmond, such purchaser will be required to stipulate in such mortgage for the keeping of the buildings upon said property Insured for the benefit of said administrator during the existence of such mortgage for such reasonable amount as said administrator may re aulre; or the purchaser of such proper ty may. at his option, pay ine enure amount of purchase money In cash. Such sales will be subject to tne ap proval of the Wayne circuit court- The farm descritoea wm oe oiierrw for sale on the premises at eleven o'clock, a, m., on said day. and the real estate in the city of Richmond, de. scribed, will be offered on the premis es at three o'clock, p. m., on said day. L. HOMER SCHEPMAN, Administrator of the estate of Mary B. Schepman, deceased. j Jno. L. Rupe, Attorney. apr 6-12-19-2S NOTICE OF ELECTION OF COUN CILMAN. W Notice is hereby given to the inhab itants of the City of Richmond, Ind iana, that a vacancy has occurred in the office of Councilman-atrLarge In the City of Richmond, Indiana, by the) resignation of George J. Knollenoerg. a duly elected and qualified Council-man-at-Large therein, and that the va cancy thus occasioned will be filled by the Common Council of said City at a special meeting thereof, called to meet at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on Thurs day, April 7th, 1910, in the Council Chamber at the City ball of said city. B. A. Bescaer. City Clerk. Dated April 5 th, 1910. .. 25,500.00 .48.098.74 3.000.09 . 1.550.00 . 37,20X03 $195.20C.70 ,.$ 25,000.00 .. S.7W.70 85.000.00 J5$.53?.9 .. $19500.70 . ... .... .