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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1911
. PAGE SEVEN
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 Coni
venience LIST OP AGENCIES
Brunch offices are located la every
part of lb city. Lear your WANT
AOS with the on nearest you. The
rataa arc the same acd you will save
trip to the mala ofrice.
SOUTH 07 MAIN
Bruenlng Eickhorn, 13th and 8. EL
A. W. Bllckwedel. 8th and South F.
Haory Rothert. tth a nd 8outh 1L
NORTH OP MAIN
Qufgley Drue Store. 821 North E.
Chllda Bon, 18th and North a
Wm. filacer, 14th and North O.
John J. Gett, 10th and North H.
Qulgley Drug Store, 4th and Mala
John rosier, Richmond Are. and North
Wast Pint St.
W. H. Schneider. 1093 Sheridan.
On cant per word 7 days for the
Plica of S days. We charge advertise
meats sent In by phone and collect
after Ita Insertion.
1014 Main. Phone 2175
SEE US for cement, sewer pipe, flue
lining, hard planter. Louck & Hill
Co., 200-210 North 4th street Tbone
1412-10 10. 24 It
PROF. 11. II. KOLUNO The work
Ingman's friend. No. 7. South 9th
street, wbero you will always get a
nice clean sfaavo for 10c and other
work In proportion, and also a shure
cure for corns and callous under my
treatment. Now why will you suf
fer. Rasors boned and put In first
class order. None but the beat ar
tist employed. A clean towel . for
every customer. Call and bo con
vinced. Another good man wanted.
WANTED Girls at player room, Starr
Piano Co. factory. 24-St
News From Surrounding Towns
Hagerstown, Ind.. June 24. Mrs.
Amanda Staumn entertained at an Ice
cream supper this week, Mrs. Allco La
mar of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Exum
Copeland and children and Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Copeland.
Miss Edna Moore Is the guest ot her
aunt at Columbus. Ind.
Mrs. Mahala Huffman and sister.
Mrs. Sara Klnsey of New Castle, were
guests recently ot Mrs. Monroe Sher
ry, south ot town.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tector, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert R. Jones, Mrs. Rebecca
Stuart and Mr. Ralph Teetor were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Mlllikan
at dinner Thursday evening at their
home at New Castle.
Miss Lulu Maler of Covington, Ky.,
U visiting at the home of her grand
father, Volley Gohring.
Mrs. Frank Addlngton of Richmond
spent Thursday afternoon here.
Ell Wlsehart has purchased a new
The rrlscllla Club met with Mrs.
Alonzo Smith, Thursday afternoon.
The honor guests were Mrs. James
Scott of Clinton. 111.. Mrs. Will Ab
bott. Mrs. Ebert Wycoff and Miss Lu
An bid-fashioned party will be held
at the K, of P. temple tonight to which
the public Is Invited.
John Ilorlne has started for Panama
for a month's stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Lute Bolby .and
Charles Burgess ot Indianapolis are
Mrs. Fred Teets Is recovering from
a week's Illness of liver trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. George Twltchell are
entertaining Solomon Powell ot Chi
cago. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND.
Cambridge City. Ind., June 24.
Walter Waddell, Fred Goble. CurUs
Falls, Robert Hughes. John Judkins,
John Marson, Edwin Bertsch, Charles
Kellar, Dean ' House and Edwin
Bertsch attended a council meeting of
F. 4k A. M. at New Castle Friday eve
ning, the first three taking the Coun
cil Degree. A banquet followed the
Karl Wagar has returned after two
weeks spent in Warren, Ohio.
Mrs. George Ward spent the day
with her sister, Mrs. William Klopp at
The Misses Hazel Bertsch and Hel
en Doney are spending a few days
with Miss Mildred Spence ot Indian
apolis. Mrs. Nicholson Tompkins of New
Mexico, after a visit In the home of
ptr uncle. Fremont Freeman and fam
WANTED Capable, experienced sten
ographers. Good salaries, pleasant
work. Advise what experience you
have bad, typewriters familiar with
and salary received. S. P. Bowser
& Co., (Inc.) Fort Yayne. Ind. 24-2t
WANTED Position " by young man
who has had experience as steno
grapher. Call 1262. 24-2t
WANTED Plain aewing to do. Call
at 319 N. A street. 21-2t
JUST DIG OUT your 3 per cent cash
and buy a good business room flat
above 2C00 rent $26.00 per mon.
Central, 0 year lease on it. See
The Hustler, Morgan, 8th and N. E.
WANTED Woman to do washing and
ironing. Call at 411 N. 18th street.
WANTED Buyer for an almost new
Electric coupe. Splendid condition.
Cheap. Be prompt. Address "D,"
care Palladium. 23-2t
WANTED By young woman place to
work morning and evenings for
board. "M. E.," care Palladium.
WANTED Woman in silver pantry at
Westcott Hotel. 22 3t
WANTED Position as timekeeper on
any kind of construction work. Ad
dress "W." care Palladium. 20-5t
WANTED To re-tire and repair ba
by cabs. Screen doors and win
dows made to order. Work called
for and delivered. Picture framing.
Brown & Darnell, 1022 Main Street.
Phone 1930. 11-tf
WANTEDPosltion as salesman, eitt
er local or traveling. Address "W."
care Palladium. 20-5t
WANTED If you want money In
place of your city property, go
right to Porterfleld's Real Estate
office. Kelly Block. 8th and Main.
SEE MOORE 4b OGBORN for all
kinds of Insurance. Bonds 'and
Loans, Real Estate and Rentals.
Room 16. L O. O. F. Bide feb20-tf
FOR SALE 9-roora house, located In
the town of Milton. Large lot and
an abundance of fruit. Address Jno.
K. Ball, 140 Klnsey street. 24-2t
FOR SALE Spring wagon. Call af
ter 6 p. m. 116 South 5th. 2i-2t
FOR SALE Carriage and harness,
both good as new. Phone 1730.
FOR SALE CHEAP Horses, harness,
wagons, buggies, surreys, carriages,
all In fine shape. Call at 317 N. A
ily, has gone to Liberty to visit rela
tives. Prof. W. O. Wissler went to Bloom
Ington yesterday, where he will take a
line of work in the state university
during tho summer. Mrs. .Wissler
and son will visit relatives In Cam
bridge City and ' other points in
Wayne county during his absence.
Mrs. Carrie Green of Richmond, is
spending a couple of weeks in the
home of her d&ughter, Mrs. Edwin
The Cambridge City Grays will play
a Muncle team in the latter named
city Sunday afternoon.
Alvin Bertsch transacted business
In Indianapolis Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gough and Hen
ry Jackson attended the funeral of
Mrs. Nancy Simpson, the mother-in-law
of Mr. Jackson, at Connersville
Mrs. W. W. P. Richardson and
daughter, Virginia, went today to Wil
liamsburg to spend a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. George Richardson,
south ot that place.
Mrs. Carrie Boden of Washington,
was the guest of her niece, Mrs. May
N. P. Luddington of Muncle, spent
Thursday in Cambridge City.
Rev. James Shea returned today af
ter several days spent, in St. Louis,
and other points in Missouri.
The Misses Carlyle Diffenderfer,
Lena Luddington and Julia Gough
were the guests Thursday of Miss
Pearl Thornburg, south of Milton.
Mrs. George Ward has a hydrangea
of unusual size and beauty which has
fifteen fully developed bunches of
Miss Cora Hebbler has so for re
covered from her recent illness as to
be able to resume her duties' in the
Marson department store.
Rev. G. L. Guichard will deliver a
St. John's day sermon to the Masons
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning. Sunday school at 9:30; Ju
nior Endeavor at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. C. B. Kellar. Mrs. Charles Kel
lar and Mrs. Dean House spent Thurs
day shopping in Indianapolis.
Regular services at the Methodist,
church Sunday. Junior league at 3
o'clock. Epworth league at 7. Every
member of the league is urged to be
present at this service.
Mrs. Lillie Mayall, well known In
this community, but now of the New
Castle schools, will with her daugh
ter Oussie, leave soon for Los An
geles for future residence.
The district convention of the Ep
worth league will convene in Cam
bridge City Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday of the coming week. The
program for the opening day is as
Tuesday 10 a. m.
Greeting and worship.... J. E. Coffin
Colin mm os
The following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ada. 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 followa:
L. A. .
m . . . .
1 House ..
1 C. B. R.
D. R. Funk...l F. O. ..
J. W 3 II 4S ..
Mall will be kept for 20 days only.
All mail not called for within that
time will be cast out.
FOR SALE Sow a'nd pigs. Seth
FOR SALE Pedigreed Pit bull terrier
pups. 1214 N. F. 23-2t
FOR SALE A retail millinery store
In a good Eastern Indiana town. A
fine opening, present owner having
cleared $1,100 in three seasons; sell
ing medium priced goods; no incum
brances, low rent, inexpensive liv
ing, everything will stand closest in
spection; will be a bargain if sold
at once. Reason for selling given
personally. An excellent opportu
nity for young trimmer. Address
"Milliner," care Palladium. 22-3t
FOR S ALE Excelsior motorcycle",
1911 model, excellent shape; price
reasonable; 920 Main. 22-7t
FOR SALE Excelsior motorcycle;
good condition and cheap. 331 8.
4th St. 18-7t
FOR SALE One phaeton and one
closed carriage. Call 27 North 10th
or phone 1331. 10-tf
FOR SALE REAL
Richmond property a spec
ialty. Porterfield, Kelly
Blk.. 8th and Main. "
FOR SALE 3 good building lots 32x
120. $100 each South 9th and G.
Sewer and sidewalks made. Phone
2177. 204 South 12th.
for Real Estate In all Its phases and
local Information office. 8th and
North E Sts. 16-tf
Ministerial Equipment. .J. E. Williams
Have Wo Made Progress
M. L. Hardingham
Tuesday Afternoon 1:30
Carefujpess of Details.. J. H. Runkle
Synopsis th$ Church
Its Demands on , the Preacher's
Time, M. R. Pierce
Its Responsibility to its Various
n Needs F. M. Lacey
Its Financial Obligations
J. O. Campbell
The District and its Needs
T. M. Guild
Discussion and suggestions.
Registration and assignments.
Tuesday Night, 7:30
Opening exercises J. F. Radcliffe
Convention sermon ....L. J. Naftzger
Welcome Mrs. J. E. Coffin
Response Mrs. F. P. Morris
Harry Medsker, who has been en
gaged in making photographs for il
lustrated newspapers in the west, is
spending a few days with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Medsker. He
spent Thursday, in Richmond, and
Friday in ConnerBville in the interest
of his work.
The June meeting of the Presbyter
Ian missionary society was held
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. H. Doney. Mrs. Charles
Routh presented the work on Alaska,
and Mrs. J. E. Brooks, Mexico. A
general discussion of the papers fol
lowed. Refreshments of cream, cake
and strawberries were served by the
hostess at the close of the work. The
meetings will be discontinued until
Milton, Ind., June 24. Sheriff Steen
was in town yesterday, looking up
Mr. and Mrs. Park Lantz left yester
day for Madison. Wisconsin, where
Park will attend the Wisconsin uni
versity, taking a course in history.
Mr. and Mrs. Lantz ' will do light
housekeeping while there this sum
mer. Mr. Lantz, who graduated from
the Indiana university a year ago has
filled the chair in history at the Elk
hart high school the past year. He
resigned his place to take a better one
with a M. E. college at Abington. Illi
nois. He will there hold the chair in
Sunday services at Friends' church
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. This
hour will be devoted to Children's Day
exercises instead of the regular Sun
day school review. A "nice program
has been prepared and everybody is
cordially invited to attend, as also to
attend preaching services morning and
evening, by the pastor, the Rev. Mary
Miss Malinda Mills, of Rich Square,
Is being entertained as the guest ot
her sister, the Rev. Mary Mills at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries.
Mrs. Lute Lantz, Jr., and Mrs. Marie
Beeson spent yesterday In Richmond
' KNOWN VALUES
fUBUSHKRS CLASSIFIED ADVZBTIE
Hid ASSOCIATION PAPERS
WE ASS MEHBZK3
Papers in all parts of the States ivd
Canada. Toor wanta (applied anraera any
time by tbe beat mediums in tbe eoantry.
Get oar membership lilt Check papers
rn want. We do the rest.
,. nbTishert Oaaaifled AdvertLing Asaoeiax
Ucn. Btoffalo, N. V.
FOR SALE Aut 66 acres. Cream ot
Walnut level. Wayne county, black
soil, best improvements, near East
Germantown, second to none in the
county. Also about 150 acres near
the above, being one of the great
black soil farms, large improve
ments Price and particulars. Must
write. before seeing. Geo. A. Doney,
Cambridge City, Ind. 24-lt
FOR SALE Farm 149 acres mile
to station; 8 room house, out-build-lngs,
2 barns, running water; best
farm in Perry township; if you want
a farm and home, look after this. M.
C. Lindsy, owner, Economy, Ind.
FOR SALE at once, $3,500 new bouse
for $2,995. Address "Brick," Pal
FOR SALE Small, well improve 1 su
burban premises; well fruited, good
house and barn; other buildings;
an ideal little home for the retired
farroer.or city man seeking a su
burban home. Price $4,000. Apply
to the J. E. M. Agency, over 6
North 3eventh street. sopt Jt-f
FOR RENT Modern room. 14 N. 12th.
FOR RENT Barn; also two store
rooms near Main. Phone 1992. 22-tf
FOR RENT Front room, modern,
129 S. 12th. 22-7t
FOR RENT Nice clean furnished
room for sleeping; 133 S. 8th St.
FOR RENT Furnished room and
bath. Young man preferred at 113
South 11th stFcet. 19-7t
FOR RENT Furnished room with
bath, 202 North 8th St. 16-tf
FOR RENT A furnished room. 64 S.
12th street 16-tf
FOR RENT Flats furnished for
housekeeping. 240 Ft. Wayne ave
FOR RENT Modern 3-room flat fur
nished for light housekeeping. 105
N. 4th street. 6-tf
FOR RENT Modern room, suitable
for two gents. Call at 4 N. 9th St
LOST Diamond bar pin. Liberal re
ward. Return to Palladium office.
visiting friends and shopping.
Mrs. Sherman Working and son,
Paul, were Cambridge City visitors,
The interurban car between here
and Cambridge City was put Out ot
service yesterday morning for one or
two trips by a lack of power.
Robert Peele, editor of the National
Road Traveler, was at Connersville
yesterday on business.
Chas. Knauf was at Indianapolis
yesterday on business.
E. S. Borton was found dead in his
bed Wednesday morning. He was up
wards of sixty and was a retired
hardware merchant, of Straughn's,
who recently moved to Greensfork. ,
Mrs. Chas. Mason, of Bentonville,
whose death was expected was taken
to the Reid Memorial hospital at Rich
mond, and underwent a surgical opera
tion. There is now much hopes for
The Rev. E. K. Van Winkle will
preach at , the Christian church, in
Bentonville tomorrow morning and
Miss Blanche Moore spent yesterday
afternoon in Richmond seeing rela
tives and shopping.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. II. Pinnick en
tertained the Rev. and Mrs. Van Win
kle and family Thursday evening after
prayer meeting. The Rev. gentlemen
were arranging for the Ministerial as
sociation picnic to be held at Manlove
Park, Monday afternoon.
Sunday services at the M. E. church
Sunday school at 9:15; preaching
morning and evening by the pastor,
the Rev. C. H. Pinnick. The morning
theme will be "How Best Advance
God's Kingdom." Evening theme,
"Wanted A Man." The sermon will
appeal generally to young men and
there will be food in it for everv one.
The Epworth league will meet at 6:30
p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to
attend the services.
In a contest between the Christian
Sunday schools at Bentonville and
Raleigh the last month, Bentonville
was the winner. The contest was the
largest attendance and the largest
number of Bibles carried and used, In
the Sunday school and the largest at
tendance of teachers.
Mrs. Will Simmons is shipping milk
to Indianapolis. The milk tested 54.
Miss Lulu Ward spent yesterday in
Richmond shopping and visiting her
R. W. Wallace was overcome with
the heat Thursday. The Lake Erie
and Western train set one of Mr. War
ren's fields on fire and his hard work
with the extra heat caused by the
fire was too much for him.
Sunday services at the Christian
church Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Everybody Is
invited to attend.
Mrs. Mary Walker, while working at
cherry picking was overcome by the
Mrs. Brenner, of Straughns, was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary Griffith
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.
FOUND Bundle of children's clothes,
N. 20th ond D streets. Owner may
have same by calling 1910 N. D.
REAL ESTATE? lIxCHANGED A.
M. Roberts. St. Phone 1320.
FIRE INSURANCE and insurance or
all kinds. Loans, Rentals. Notary
Public and Real Estate. Chas. D.
Shideler, 913 Main. Fbone 1814.
Dont' forget Atkinson and his fire
proof building when you want to
store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th
and Main street. junelS-tt
PIANQ TUNING D. E. Roberts, pia
no tuner and repairer. Fourteen
years' experience. Eight years in
factory. Phone 3684. 1818 Main.
Light housekeeping. 320 N. A. Mrs.
Runge.- jun 8-2m ex sun
First class upholstering.
Call Albert Jones,Phone
House of 10 rooms, bath and
splendid garden. Size of lot
Can be easily made into two
Terms to suit buyer.
729 MAIN STREET
Mrs. Runyan, wife of Capt. Runyan,
of Warsaw and her daughter, also
Mrs. Wid Elmer were an auto party to
call on L F. Lantz Thursday.
Bradford Harrison was a recent
guest of his aunt. Mrs. Needham.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Jackson, of Cen
terville, called on Mrs. H. H. Heist,
Mrs. S. Templin entertained as her
guest and that of her sister, Mrs. Wil
liam Clarke, of Dublin Thursday.
Mrs. George Lamberson, . of
Straughns, spent one day this week
with her father and sister, Fred Gin
rich and Miss Anna Ginrich.
Mr". Silvers, of Liberty, is the guest
of his sister, Mrs. Emma Hoel. Mrs.
Hoel also had as her guest, Thursday,
Mrs. .1. W. Morton, of north of Cam
Farmers are getting their wheat
generally in the shock and threshing
will be on hands about the Fourth.
Miss Catherine Snyder had as her
guest, Miss Lona Irvin. of New Cas
tle, Thursday. Mr. Irvin was hanging
wall paper for Mrs. Snyder.
Mrs. Bennett had as her company
Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Dollph Per
sonette, Mrs. Fadely and Miss Helen
Mrs. Alice Gresh gave a dinner
Thursday in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Doty Thursday evening. Her
guescts were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doty,
Mr. and Mrs. Park Lantz, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Doty and daughter, and the
Misses Nellie Jones. Rachel Thomas
and Jessie and Luella Lantz.
Mrs. David Nugent had as her
guest Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Jonas
Miller, of Cambridge City.
Emory Baker is being entertained
as the guest of Miss Rachel Thomas.
Elliott Clark, who was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Colbert Crownover, left
yesterday enroute home.
The residents along Central avenue
in the fifth ward have been oiling the
Dr. W. T. Grenfell describes Labra
dor as a land still hardly known be
yond Its borders. The cold current
that flows along its shores from the
north dominates its climate, and not
withstanding that It la considerably
farther south It receives less continu
ous sunshine than Alaska, because Its
summer Is shorter. The coldness of
the soil and the dryness ot the winds
stunt many of Its plants to such a
degree that a larch growing at the
southern end of Labrador which show
ed thirty-two snnual growth rings was
only nine inches tall, and its trunk was
bat three-eighths of an Inch In dlam
cter. Mineral deposits seem to be
abundant, bat prospectors bare been
able to st Kr ?r1oift.
There are more university students
now than ever In the German father
land. Their number has risen from
52,407 in 1910 to 54,822 this year, an
increase of 4.6 per cent.
1 Sll Yoller Oval Dragon horn.
2 Badger Brass Company head
1 No. 3 Stowe Flexible shaft less
pulley head, but including Universal
joints and clamps.
2 Klnsey Mfg. Co. radiators.
1 Hancocvk Mfg. Co., 5 feed olier.
5 McCord 9 feed verticle drive lu
bricators. 1 5 passenger touring car body
not painted or upholstered.
1 Pressed steel frame.
1 Foot rest, plain.
1 Set Sehwarz wheels, 2-in. spokes,
8-in. hub, 36-in.x4 in and 3Gin.x4Hin.
1 Set wheels 32-in.x3H-in- with tire
irons and hubs.
2 Seamless tanks.
Several upholstered seats.
46 Piston rings.
1 20-in. fan, and one 16-in. fan.
1 Rawhide gear pads, 7Vi inches in
diameter by &-16 inch wide.
1 Lot lamp irons.
RICHMOND LAMP MFG. CO...
The total sea borne trade of Bombay
India, for the fiscal year ended March
31. 1910. was valued at $308,134,645,
the largest figure ever reached. It
was made up of: Exports (increase 38
percent over 1909), $176,385,885; Im
ports $3,000,000 decrease from 1909),
furnace, large barn and
flats of 6 rooms and bath.
MURDERER POOLE EX
Lafayette, Ind., June 24. John W.
Poole, indicted for the murder ot Jo
seph Kemper in Benton county's most
famous murder case, was brought to
Lafayette and placed in the Tippe
canoe county jail. Judge Saunderson
of Benton county, granted a change
of venue after Poole had been in
dicted for murder in the first degree.
and the case was sent to this county
for trial. The Benton county author!
ties thought it would he safer to take
Poole from the jail there at once.
Poole was brought without handcuffs
and locked up in the corridor on the
state side of the jail. The only one
against him, he said, was his son,
Emory and the boy had no reason to
be fighting him. He reasserted that
he killed Joseph Kemper accidentally.
The Tippecanoe county circuit court
meets September 25, and Poole must
remain in jail here until next fall. The
is a model prisoner and will be given
the liberty of the jail.
WANTED LIVE POULTRY
Highest market price paid for live
poultry. Schwegman'8 Meat Market.
Why is a very amusing man like a
bad shot? Because he keeps the game
Which is a woman's favorite word?
The last one.
When people are quarreling out of
doors what should they do? Co-in-clde
If I were in the sun and you were
out of It what would the sun become?
Who is the oldest lunatic on record?
Time out of mind.
Why are some doctors like wood
cocks? Because they present long
When does a farmer double np a
sheep without barring it? When he
Which Is the rudest . bird In ex
istence? The mocking bin. '
I spy" is an old game and Is found
with a few variations In nearly every
country In the civilized world. Blind
man's bluff Is almost universal. The
name varies, but that Is the only dif
ference In most rases. In Norway It
Is called "blind thief." in Spain "bilael
hen" and in Italy -blind eat'
An Orchestra. - .
ST ostrich mod n orchestra'
That was both rare snd srsnd,
Mere at ran ire than may muslo
E'er heard en earn or land. j
i For drums (you'd hardly guess 1t "
I He'd turtles from the mud.
j And with his winis ss drumsticks
He gave them many s thud. ; j
MUZZLING THE PRESS, ;
A Much Favored Official Duty at One"
""Tim In England.
There was a time In England when
government officially viewed the press
as a hostile power, to be destroyed if
possible to be curbed at any cost In
1633 Roger L'Kstrauge, "overseer of
the press.- brought eut his "Consider
ations and Proposals In Order to the
Regulation of the Tress." He advo
cated the severest restrictions for au-
tbors and printers, as well aa for 'the
letter founders and the smiths and
Joiners that work upon the premises"
and "the stitchers, binders, stationers,
hawkers, mercury women, peddlers,
ballad singers, posts, carriers, hackney
coachmen, boatmen and mariners,"
A proposal of L'Estrauge was that
culprits convicted of having broken ,.
the .law should be condemned -Ho wear ;
some visible badge er mark Of igno
miny, as a baiter Instead of a hat
band, one stocking blue and another
red. a blue bounet with a red letter T
or S upon It." A few years later L'Es
trauge went one better by declaring
that newsnapeta ought not be allowed
lie said that the reading of them
"makes the multitude too familiar
with the actions and councils of their '
superiors, too pragmatical and censo- '
rious, and gives them not only an Itch
but a kind ot colorable right and license
to be meddling with the government.
In 1685 L' Est range was knighted.
A Fsw Exceptions.
There was no love lost between Ru
fus and his teacher. Rufus thought
the teacher woa a sever snd occa
sionally unjust person who had never
known what it was to be young and
full of fun. while the teacher consid
ered the little darky both stupid and
"You are not attending to what 1
say, Rufus," said the teacher oue day
in the midst of an address to her class.
"Yes, teacher, truly I is," said Rufus,
with the reversion to the speech he
had learned at home which often ac
companied great earnestness.
'You should never say Is!' com
manded the teacher. "I have told you
that a hundred times. Vou know the
correct form. There are no exceptions
to its use. Give me two examples at '
"Yss'm,' said Rufus meekly. "1 am'
one of de letters of de alpha beC I an '
a pronoun." Youth's Companion. '
Rossini was intolerably Jealous ef
all bis musical contemporaries, and
particularly of Meyerbeer. In 1830
he beard "The Huguenots," and on
listening to the performance from the
beginning to the end he made up bis
mind that Meyerbeer had excelled him
and determined to write no more op
eratic music. He lived until 1968, but
produced nothing for the lyrlo stage.
His thirty-two years of retirement
were spent in the pleasures et volup
tuary. He was particularly food ef
good eating and drinking asd as-'
sembled about blm the youngest and
gayest society be could attract to his
house. ' ' -
Dowager Queen Alexandra Is the
only woman who is a member of the
Order of the Garter. How long, ssks
the Chicago Record-Herald, is Queen
Mary going to stand for this?
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE PRIVATE SALE.
State of Indiana, County of Wayne,
In Wayne Circuit Court,' April
The undersigned, executors of the
last will and testament of Mary Emily
Smith, deceased, hereby give notice
that by virtue of the power of said
will conferred they will at the hour of
1 p. m. on Monday, July 3rd. 1911, ot
ter for sale at private sale, at the
office of Elmer B. Grosvenor, over No.
713 Main street, Richmond, Indiana,
all the interest, same being full title
thereto, in and to the following des
cribed real estate in Wayne county.
State of Indiana, towlt:
The southeast quarter of Section,
fourteen (14), Township thirteen (13),
range one (1) west, containing 160
acres. And from day to day thereaf
ter until sold.
Said sale' will be made subject to
the approval of Wayne Circuit Court
for not less than the full appraised
value thereof and upon the following
terms and conditions:
At least one-third of purchase mon
ey, cash in hand, and balance in two
equal payments, payable in and two
years from date of sale, evidenced by
notes of purchaser, bearing six per
cent interest from date, waiving re
lief, providing attorneys' fees, in us
ual bankable form, and secured by
mortgage on the real estate sold.
This real estate further will be sold
free and discharged of all liens, exi
cept of and for taxes of year 1911, pay
able in 1912, and subject to which it
shall be sold.
Bidders will file written sealed bids
with undersigned, or either of them
endorsed on envelope, "Bid for Farm,
Mary Emily Smith," and at above
hour such bids will be opened.
Elmer B. Grosvenor.
Albert A. Smith.
Executors, last will and testament.
Mary Emily Smith.
Gardner and Jessup, Attorneys,
jun 3-10-17-24-jul 1. !
FOR SALE A 16 H. P. Robinson
traction engine, separator 3254 com
plete, wind stacker, self feed, auto
matic mear. Pay for same out of
earnings of the machine. Call or ad
dress 403 N. 11th. 3-10-17-24
$1.40 Round Trip
Train Leaves Richmond 6:45 A. M.
Sunday, June 25.
$Q0 Round TrK . ,
Train Leaves Richmond 8: Mr A. tL . '