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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND 8UX-TELEGRA3I, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1911.
PAGE SEVEN. News From Surrounding Towns DUBLIN, IND. DUBLIN. Ind., Nov. 21. Fred Hayes pent several day& of the past week in Keystone. Mrs. S. S. Wilson and Mrs. P. H. Wilson spent Thursday in Richmond. Miss Lillian Charles or Greenleld visited her mother, Mrs. Martha Bond, of Mt. Auburn, the past week. The Misses Grace Oler and Leora Floyd were in Richmond, shopping last Wednesday. Mrs. P. H. Wilson was hostess for the Home Makers' Club Wednesday af ternoon. Responses from Whit tier. Mrs. O. K. Stewart read a paper on "The Life of Whittler" which was in terspersed with readings, Mrs. How ard Whiteley nave a review of Snow Bound, showing the characteristics of the poem. Miss Alma Garvin Rave an illustrated talk on "Home Nursing," illustrating what should he done In emergencies, before the arrival of a physician. The names of Mrs. Jostah Gilbert, Mrs. Floyd Gilbert and Mrs. George Cooper were added to the mem berahip. Mrs. 8. 8. Wilson, Mrs. Lee Ault and Miss Gertrude Hicks attended a Thim ble Party, given Wednesday afternoon by the ladies of the Presbyterian church, at the home of Mrs. Jerome Jones, in Cambridge City. Messrs. John Reuben, and Alvin Hall, of Cudlllac, Mich., are the guests of Jesse Hall and family and other relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Anna Hond, Mrs. Sarah Ham mond, of Dublin and Mrs. Kugenla Green of Germantown, attended the fu neral of Mrs. Rebecca Holland, at Richmond. Friday morning. The re mains were brought to Dublin for in terment. Mrs. William Huddleston has return ed after a visit with Mrs. Jennie Lambert, of Indianapolis. Loren Champ and sister, Miss Juli ette, were at home from Indianapolis to spend Sunday with their father, Lennard Chump. Miss Florence Lanharn, of Indiana polls, James Karl of Columbus, O., and Mr. and Mrs. Bert. McBrlde, were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Tweedy, Sunday. Prof. P. V. Vorls, of Milton, spent Sunday in Dublin. Miss , Mary Champ entertained the Misses fcenobla Wlker, Elva Wiker and Ruth Morris at tea, last Thursday evening, in compliment to Miss Zeno bla Wiker, whose marriage to Harvey Petry of Straughns will occur Wed nesday, November wenty-second. The table was pretty in its appointments of red hearts and candles, while the dainty place cards bore the emblemat ic cupld. Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Paxton are moving from the Cottage Hotel to the latter'8 property on West. Main street. Miss Florence Lanham, general sec retary of the Indiana Christian En deavor Union addressed the Endeavor of the Main street U. B. church, Sun day evening on the subject "Why I Should Become a Member of The Christian Endeavor." The address was both Interesting and logical. A choir composed of young people of the church, was a pleaBant feature of the service. Following Endeavor, the pas tor, Rev. Nathan Wolford, of Rich mond, preached a sermon for young leople, from the text: "Where withal Shall a Young Man Cleanse His Way?" Psalm 119, 9. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hill have return ed after a visit with friends in Green field. The work of redecorating the Friends church has been completed and will be reopened next Sunday.- Rev. Thom ' as Jones of Richmond, will deliver the sermon. He will be accompanied by a quartet from Earlham college. Mrs. James Mustin and Mrs. E. J. Huddleston entertained the Aid So ciety of the Christian church, at the home of the former last Thursday af ternoon. The time was spent socially. Light refreshments were served dur ing the afternoon Rev. Lough of Richmond, state chairman of the Prohibition Board gave a lecture at Liberal U. B. church Sunday evening. There was a large audience and the lecture was well re ceived. HAGERSTOWN, IND. HAGKRSTOWN, Ind., Nov. 21. Mrs. John Hanson and son Ralph, of Modoc, spent Sunday with Mrs. Sara Bell and Miss Florence Bell, who ac companied them home for a week's vis it. Mr. John Harris was called to Eaton, Ohio Saturday by the sudden death of his sister, Miss Sara Harris. Marlon Nicholson and family have moved back to Muncie. Seward Hard wick Is moving to the house vacated by them. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Beeson and fami ly visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Filton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornburg en tertained Sunday at their home, north of town, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beeson. and Mr. and Mrt. Martin Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fonts and daughter, Mary lxiuise, and Mr. Solo mon Miller were guests Sunday at din ner or Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Davis. Mrs. Sam lewis is visiting with friends at Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thurston and daughter spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Wig gins at Losantvllle. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hahn and children wejhe called to Greenville. Ohio by the death of Mrs. Hahn's father. John Studebaker. J, W. leavell has sold his farm, re cently purchased of Dr. Armstrong, to Jasfes Pierce. Mrs. C. T. Knapp and Mrs. Samuel SIadorfer spent Monday at Rich-incfyi- the burial of Catherine Neal, the little four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neal, of Richmond, waft made at West Lawn cemetery MoVlay. The Rev. Love and Rev. Jen 1.1 if offered prayer and a quartet com yoLU of Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Mason. Mr. Gebphart and Mr. Geisler sang "When He Cometh To Maye Up His Jewels." A number of relatives accompanied the parents to Hagerstown, among them being Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Geb phart, Mr. and Mrs. Cale Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lamoreaux, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Terhune. The house on the Daniel Hay farm north of town, and reoccupied by Wil liam Leavell, caught fire from a fire place Saturday afternoon causing guito a blaze. Mr. and Mrs. Leavell were away and the fire gained much head way before it was discovered by neigh tors who succeeded in extinguishing it before much serious damage was done. Dr. and Mrs. ('. I. Stotlemeyer enter tained Mr. and Mrs. John C. Feely Sun day at dinner. Mrs. Robert Thurston is spending to day and tomorrow at Richmond. The Two O'clock Embroidery club will meet. Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Smith on South Per ry street. Miss Matrice Geisler will come from Indianapolis to spend the Thandsgiv ing holidays with lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Geisler, Jr. Mrs. Sarah Binkley. who is at New Castle keeping house for her son-in-law Frank Thornburg, and her grand son, spent over Sunday at her home here. The daughter, Mrs. Thornburg, and oldest son are in Florida whore they will stay six months for their health. MILTON, IND. MILTON, Ind., Nov. 21. David Doddridge, Sr., of Doddridge, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Frank Norris, accompanied her to Richmond yesterday on business. Jus. Baldwin was home from New Castle to visit his mother, Mrs. Nancy Baldwin, yesterday. Mrs. Nancy Weekly is visiting her relative. Mrs. Fannie Kramer, of Dodd ridge. Mrs. Weekly was 01 years old Sunday. Mrs. Charles Ferguson, Mrs. Oscar Kirlin and Miss Pearl Thornburg were Richmond visitors and shoppers yes terday. The wedding of Otto La Verne Bragg and Miss Elfreda Mahurin Raut was eonsumated at the home of the bride's parents, at Indianapolis, last evening at four o'clock p. m. Mrs. L. A. Bragg mother of the groom and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Bragg went to Indianapoli3 yesterday morn ing to be present at the wedding. Mrs. Madison Swisher went to Lib erty, yesterday to attend the funeral of her brother's wife, the late Mrs. T. E. Nickels. The funeral will take place this morning at ten o'clock. The burial will be at Dunlapsville. Mrs. Nickels was aged 40 and leaves a husband and adopted son. She had cancer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawford spent Sunday at Connersville, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford. Charles Callaway and Miss Maude Balls also Carl Caldwell and Miss Pearr Thornburg were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kirlin, Sunday after noon. David Gingrich, of Hamilton, O., has been the guest of his brother Fred Gingrich and daughters, Messrs. Fred and David Gingrich went to Straughn yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lamberson. David Gingrich is enroute to Chicago to attend the Single Tax Conference to be held in that city from November 24 to 26. The entertainment given by the Chi cago Ladles' Orchestra at the Odd Fel lows hall Saturday evening under the auspices of the Odd Fellows Lecture course, was passable. Some parts of the program were good. The violinist pleased her audience. Miss Williams as a reader was quite natural in some of her performances but spoke too rapidly. Her rendering of the "Per fect TIrbute" was excellent. The "Grand American Fantasia" by the Orchestra was highly applauded. There were four ladies in the Orches tra, Miss Rogers, Miss Armstrong, Miss Vincent and Mss McClung. Joshua Gresh was home from Indi anapolis to spend Sunday with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gresh. Mrs. John Ingerman will be the hos tess for the Embroidery club, tomor row afternoon. Charles Davis and son, Olin, were Richmond visitors and shop pers, Saturday. Mrs. Kitterman of near Greensfork is spending a few days with her broth er Hiram Crook and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown have as their guests, Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John North, of Bluffton. Mrs. E. B. Newman entertained as her guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Newman, son and daughter, of Cambridge City. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Lathrop enter tained as their guest, their daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hoel. of Richmond. Sunday. Messrs. and Mesdames O. H. Beeson. Charles Davis and son. spent Sunday at Cambridge City as guests of rela tives. Mrs. Elizabeth Kimmel and brother. Will Rothermel of Connersville, spent Sunday in Cambridge City as guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyons spent Sunday In Cambridge City as guests of relatives. The Rev. Mary Mills took up the temjerance subject and preached a good sermon along that line. Sunday morning. The Rev. Mr. Reavis, preached an excellent sermon at the Christian church, Sunday morning. He impress ed his hearers as being an excellent young man. He is preparing to go into the mission field in South America and will leave his w ife and children in this country while he goes. T. J. Connell and Andrew Kerber were among guests entertained with Miss Mary Dillon. Sunday at Cam bridge City. Some of the people of Milton and Cambridge City will not forget soon the Chicago Ladies Orchestra, who gave the second number of the lecture courses in this place and also that city. Especially is this so of Miss Wil liams, the reader. At Cambridge City, Mrs. John Caldwell of . the Caldwell House, at Cambridge City, has the con tract for keeping the lecture course people. On arrival of the company to that place they were taken to the Cald well House and after they were settled Miss Williams the reader, curled up her notice and said she wanted to stop somewhere else that "They were not common people." As she is the man ager, the troupe was whisked away in a jiffy and Mrs. Caldwell left indig nant at the insult to her house. They sought shelter at the Central hotel, jthat city, which apparently gave sat isfaction from subsequent events. On Saturday evening the party entered Milton. W. L. Parkins, manager for the Odd Fellows under whose auspices the course is given, had arranged with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elwell. a private fam ily and among our very best citizens socially and financially, to take care of them while h-re. Mr. El well prepar ed for the company and Miss Williams manager of the orchestra, expressed herself as wishing a room without heat. But after coming ro Mr. Elwell's she again exercised her authority and stated that she must have heat in her room. that, she could not do without it. Mrs. Elwell sent for a plumber and had a gas stove put up in the room. Then came the troupe back at night and stated they must have a midnight lunch. Mrs. Elwell again set out a fine luncheon. It is well to say here that a fine evening dinner had j already been served by Mrs. Elwell upon their arrival, Saturday evening. Sunday morning again found Miss Williams on the war path. This time she attempted to scalp Mr. Elwell and said Milton was a bum town and she was going back to Cambridge City where she could be at the Central Ho tel, they were gentlemen there. Then she kickd on the price of lodging and meals notwithstanding that they were not common people. Failing to entire ly disfigure Mr. Elwell she struck out with her eye gleaming with battle to find Mr. Parkins and she sought to scalp him. But Mr. Parkins quietly turned her over to the marshal, Elmer j Lowry, who is also the drayman, and had hauled her trunks about for her. She ordered him to get her trunks to the station and after he had done so she tossed him over a half-dollar. This he refused to accept from more than ordinary people and said his charges were one dollar. Miss Wil liams refused to pay and Mr. Lowry stated that ho would haul the trunks to his barn and when she paid him for them at the rates of $1.50 she could have them. He would not haul them back for less than 50 cents. Mr. Low ry put. his threat into practice and Miss Williams went to Cambridge City to the Central Hotel. The company went from Milton to Laurel. Miss Wil liams has been dubbed "the old maid" by Cambridge City and Milton people and some here have failed in due rev erence to one so much out of the or dinary trend of a common humanity, by calling her "the old gal." She is said to be made up with wig and other accessories to give her a youthful ap pearance. It is said that Mrs. Caldwell expects to institute proceedings to col lect. Messrs and Mesdames John Reed and Charles Kirlin spent Sunday with friends in Cambridge City. ECONOMY, IND. ! ECONOMY, Ind., Nov. 21 The Bi ble says "Mary and replentish the earth," and Teddy says, "Whoop 'em up for a large family." Mr. and Mrs. James Powell Sun must be thorough believers in both teachings as they are entertaining a new baby at their home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fennimore and daughter, Blanche, entertained at sup per Saturday evening Rev. G. W. and Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Ida Clark. Albert Chamness attended the Friends' monthly meeting at Nettle Creek Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hiatt attended services at Morgan's chapel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Knode, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bullerdick, of Richmond, SHEET MUSIC All the Latest Hits. Ten Cents and Up. Best Strings on the Market. BOWLING ALLEY 22 North 9th Street. THE CHESAPEAKE &. OHIO RAILWAY OF INDIANA LEAVING TIME OF TRAINS AT RICHMOND, IND. Effective Nov. 12; Subject to Change Without Notice p. m. DAILY, Limited for Cincinnati, Washington, Baltmore, Phil adelphia, New York, Richmond, Norfolk, Virginia, and North Carolina points. a. m. DAILY, Local for Cincinnati, connecting with F. F. V. Limited for the East, p. m. DAILY, Local for Cincinnati. Noon DAILY Limited for Chicago and West, a. m DAILY, Local for Chicago, p. m. DAILY, Local for Chicago. eeping, Observation-Parlor, and Dining Cars on Limited Trains, eeping Cars on Night Trains. ' 1 S:43 4:15 12:00 10:40 S:10 SI SI Omen AJTD SATtmDAY OS BACH V Consultation and one month's Ttmam. Venal TM Ul, ItMar and XHcrmtt f tl Sbirvnm ronwuniB were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nan Cook Sunday. The scarlet fever patients are all im proving nicely. Grandma Edwards is a little better this morning. Mrs. Grace Hunt arrived from Mun cie Sunday afternoon where she visit ed relatives the past few days. Miss Edith Lamb has been working in central office the past few days. Elwood Clark bought the Segrist property at public sale for $815. Charles Replogle is visiting his grandparents at Hagerstown. Caleb Fennimore was here Sunday. He returned to his home in Muncie Sunday evening. The M. E. Aid society will hold their annual fair the 8th to the 9th of De cember. Mrs. Ellis, Miss Mary Ragen and Miss Sue Ellis, of Greensfork, were entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swallow. Rev. Logan Hunt, of Huntsville, delivered an able sermon to a large au dience at Morgan's chapel Sunday morning. Mrs. Nellie Haxton left for Laporte Sunday night for a four weeks' visit. Dick said he would be lonesome while she is gone. LIVE POULTRY WANTED Highest market price paid for Tur keys, Chickens, Ducks and Geese. Schwegman's Meat Market. 17-t.f Joyous For the Bride. A "widower belonging to a country village lately led to the altar a fourth bride. After the honeymoon the happy couple settled down in his home, and as the surrounding country was new to the lady she was anxious to visit all the places of interest in the locality. Among the spots visited was the vil lage churchyard, and there the husband and wife paused before a very elab orate tombstone, the property of the HE STOPPED ABRUPTLY. bridegroom. The bride, being a little shortsighted, asked him to read the inscription. In solemn tones he read: "Sacred to the memory of Sarah , beloved wife of John ; also Jane , beloved wife of John- ; also Mary . beloved wife of John He stopped abruptly. "What are the words beneath?" innocently asked the lady, and her horror can be imagined when he read: " 'Be ye also ready.' " To this late day wolves do a vast amount of damage in Russia. The loss in domestic animals amounts to $10,000,000 every year. WATCH FOR THE BALLOON T t Paris Cloak & Suit Co. Correct Dress for Women 533 Main Street WON'T THE CHILDREN SMILE when you treat them to a glass of our lemon soda, root beer or other soft drinks. It will be as good as a party i.to thern- Have a few bottles, in the house to reward them when they are good; and they'll always be good if they know such a treat is in store for them. Shall we rend you a case? Foster Bottling Works Mfgrs. of Ginger Ale, Orange- Cider, Soda Water and Bromo-Hygeia Phone 2191 US X. 7th street SACRED V y$14 TO THE Jj DR. J, A. WALLS SPECIALIST ax sooth i n or, ucsaeiiDk nem. DATS MO.VDAT, , TUBS DAT TMBATS DISEASES OF THE THROAT,. UCNOS KIDKETS. LTVER and BLADDER, RHEtnCATISK DYSPEPSIA ud DISEASES OF THE BLOOD. KpC or faJUiie fit). Cancer. Private and NervoiM tMwum. wttnoat attmnw UUAKAItTSSU PALLADIUM Waet Ads i i i Ik to the Town Through The Palladium Ic a word 7 days for the price of 5 Telephone Number 2566 WANT AD LETT The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by culling for mall in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 9 a. m.. as follows: H. G 1 Mrs. French.. 1 11. 1 1 A 1 E. M 1 C 1 Elderly Lady. 1 M. K 1 Mail will be kept for 30 flays only. All mail not called for within that time will be cast out WANTED JORDAN, M'MANUS & HUNT FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1014 Main. Phone 2175 WANTED-A cook at Greek Railroad Restaurant. 2i ut WANTED A house of 7 or 8 rooms with steam heat and bath. Phone 1792. 21-3t WANTED A help girl at 22 N. 17th of mornings. Phone 1797. 21-tf WANTED 3 girls steady work good wages. Richmond Underwear Co. 21-3t WANTED Furs to remodel and muffs to make. Mae Hoerner, 6 N. 6th. 2-7t WANTED General housework. No washings. Address 424 South 4th. 21-2t WANTED Place to assist with house work. Call at 610 South 13th. 21-2t WANTED General housework by lady with child 2 years old. Ad dress "Work," care Palladium. 21-2t THE CHARCOAL MINTS can be had at 105 North 9th or phone 1703. 20-3t REVIVAL MEETINGS for every body at the Second Presbyterian church every night this week. Pub lic invited and welcome. 18-7t WAN TED To buya bicycle. Teh phone 1410. 18-tf WANTED A girl tor light housed work. Inquire 33 N. 10th. 18-tf WANTED Live dealers and agents to sell Animal Matter Fertilizers quality unsurpassed. Prices right. Address L. H. Hotchkiss, Gen Agt., 1232 West 2nd street, Dayton, Ohio. 17-7t WANTED Work as clerk or sales man. General store experience. Number one reference. Address 'V. J. A.," care Palladium. 16-7t WANTED Young lady to act as cash ier. Must be quick at figures and accurate. State experience. Ad dress H. G., care Palladium. 9-tf GOVERNMENT POSITIONS OPEN List showing salaries free. Frank lin Institute. Dept. 97 K, Rochester, N. Y. oct30-dec20 WANTED II you waul money a place of your city property, go right to Porterfleld's Real Estate office. Kelly Block. 8th and Main. 18-tf BEE MOORE & OGBORN lor all kinds of Insurance, Bonds and Loans, Real Estate anu Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg feb20-tx FOR SALE FOR SALE Kitchen Cabinet at 115 South loth. 20-2t FOR SALE Wheeler and Wilson Sew ing Machine, can be used for heavy tailoring and sewing. In good con dition and cheap. Inquire Hoosier Store, 2nd floor. 20-3t FOR SALE A couch almost new. Call j 47 N. 5th street city. 17-7t i FOR SALE Upright piano, good as i new. Will sell cheap. Phone 1979. ! 19-7t j FOR SALE 1 Sinker & Davis Steam j Engine 12x12; 1 hand Forge; 1 four; wheeled hand truck; A lot of large! valves; A number of wood and metal pulleys; A lot of hangers and shaft ing; 1 large 12in. rubber belt, 62 ft. long; 88 ft. 7in. rubber belt. Geo. W. Davis Carriage Co. 16-tf FOR SALE Duroc Breeders. Com mons, Webster. Phone 5144-C 16-8t FOR SALE Cook stove cheap. 1607 E. Main. 14-tf FOR SALE: Excelsior motor cycle. Will guarantee it to be in good con dition through Excelsior dealer. Ad dress "H. D. B," care Palladium. 21-tf FOR SALE Storm buggies with out side sliding door, good as there is made. $60 and up. New burn's Shop 105 North 4th StreeL Phone 1612. 15-tf PUBLIC SALE of household goods Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 2 p. m. 174 Ft. Wayne Ave. Brooks Storage. 18-4t FOR SALE Base burner and heating stove. . 347 Richmond avcaue.. 21-3t EOf LIST FOR SALE Continued Real Estate Loans, Insurance. We i can sell your property, no difference where located. Our motto, "A Square Deal to Both Buyer and Seller." D. R. FUNK & J. H. MILLER. . Second National Bank Building, Phone 2766. ?ee us for farms. We have them in all sizes and in every direction from this city. 2 acres. 8H acres. -'OS acres. SO acres, 95 acres, 340 acres. acres, 127 acres. 7 acres, 37 acres, 40 acres;, ;? acres. 70 acres. 35 acres, loo aches. 200 acres, 87 acres, 3 acres, 91 acres. These farms range in price from $70 to $600 per acre. We have cit property at all prices. Let us toll ou about them. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc males and Gilts. J. C Commons, Webster. Phone 5144-C. 3-fri-tues-4t FOR SALE Ford runabout, in good condition, particularly suitable for light delivery work. Price reasona ble, fully equipped. Apply The Starr Piano Co., Factory. Phone 1117. HMt-fri-tu-fri-sun PUBLIC SALE. My personal property and real estate j will be sold to the highest bidder, j Thursday, November 23, 1911. at! 1:30 p. m., consisting of house on j ibiVa ft. lot (front and all my per-! sonal property at 632 S. 11th street, j Terms made known on day of sale. ; Matthias Hoch. A. O. Detring, j Auctioneer. 17-7t ! FOR SALE Single combed white! Orphingtons from best blood line hens, cocks, pulletts and cockrels. ; Earl Mathers, Spring Grove j 19-sun-tues j PUBLIC SALE 1 will offer for sale; Monday, November 27, 1 p. m. at j residence, 220 South 12th street, the I household furniture of J. A. Speken- hier. Don't miss this sale. John F. I Davenport, auctioneer. 21-0t j FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 6. Good condition. Address P. O. Box 78. 21-2t FOR SALE Dark red jacket suit in good condition. Cheap, llti North 14th. 21-2t FOR SALE Piano player in good con dition, including music rolls. Phone 1260. 21-7c PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will offer at public sale at his residence one mile north of Chester and four miles south of Fountain city on the Fountain City Pike on Tuesday, Nov. 2Sth, property consisting of six head of horses, six cows, hogs, ewes and , a buck, chickens, 500 bushels corn in crib, farming implements, har - ness, etc. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Wm. F. Dietemeyer. Tommy Coniff Crier. Jesse Wiechman, clerk. nov-20-21-22-23-24-25-26 FOR RENT FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. No objections to children. 320 N. A street. 21-4t FOREToTnd floor storage! Phone 1956. 9-e-o-d-7t FOR RENT Nice room with private family centrally located. Address fi.r ! EOR RENT Room, light housekeep ing or lodging. 103 N. 17. 20-7t FOR RENT 6 room flat over 918 Main. John F. Ackerman. 19-3t FOR RENT House, barn and four acres of ground. Hawkins' home stead. Call at 310 N. 8th street. Phone 2612. 19-7t FOR RENT Furnished flat, steam heat. Phone 3493. 16-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 26 S. 7th. Also barn. 16-7t FOR RENT Modern furnished room at 206 N. 11th. Also barn for rent. 15-7t FOR RENT 5 room cottage, West 2nd and Main. $13.00. 15-7t FORTNlFm-nishd" rooms with bath and steam heat for gents only at the Grand. 15-tf FOR RENT 6-room house 837 Soutti 6 St. Inquire at 619 Main. 11-tf FOR RENT 2 new large modern houses located in Fairview. Rent $12.00. Phone 2002 or 1011. 10-tf FOR RENT House at 220 North 12th"; Inquire at 216 N. 12th. 18-tf FOR RENT Furnished front room with bath and heat for two gentle men. 38 South 7th. 18-tf FOR RENT Upper flat 333H South 13th street. 5 rooms and bath. Phone 1051. 18-7t FOR SALE REAL TATE ES- FOR SALE Richmond property a spec ialty. Porterfield, Kelly Blk., 8th and Main. fJ FOR SALE! New modern cottage, six rooms, bath, furnace. Rare bargain. Phone 1040 or 3ul6. 21-7t FOR SALE One new 5-room Bunga low cottage, ready to occupy. Cash or easy monthly payments with a small down payment. Inquire of W. H. Romey, 9 acd Main St 7e-o-d-tf FARMS AND CITY PROP ERTY FOR SALE All Kinds of Insurance. Wm. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 & 3 Westcott Block sun-tues-fri-tf FOR SALE 8 room house, bath, hard wood floor, hardwood finish down stairs, at a bargain is sold soon. 2000 S. A streeL 15-7t SEE MORGAN for Real Estate in all It phases aaC local Information office. 8th and North K Sta. 16-tX FOR SALE 8 room house. Cheap if sold in ten days. 520 N. 22nd streeL i5-7t j BUSINESS CLASSIFIED REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGED A. M. Roberts. 221 S. 8 St. Phone 1320. B-tf WE frame pictures, repair bicycles, sell Welsbaugh lamps and mantels, electric bulbs. Repair most every thing. Brown, Darnel Co.. 1022 Main. Phone 1936. 27-tf WILT BROS. & BELFORD Inventors of New Spring Horse Shoes. Horseshoeing- - BJacksmithiug. IS South 11th street. Phone No. 14?J. 16-7t RAFFERTY & CHASE Electrical contractors, power plants, motor work, wiring for lights, bells, burglar alarms and telephones. Re pair work a specialty. Phone 1409. in rear of 14 South Ki&hth street. AUCTIONEER" " A O. Deering livestock and real es tate. Auctioneer, Centerville, In diana. 21-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL 16 S. Seventh. St. Richmond's Leading Upholsterer. Mattresses and Awnings, odd pieces made to order, high class work a specialty. What we do we do right. Estimates cheerfully given. Satis faction guaranteed all patrons. Phone 1793. LOST LOST A black crocheted bag contain ing purse and fancy handkerchief. Ileturu to 316 N. 13. Reward. 20-2 1 LOST- 3 photographs between " 7th and 8th on Saturday night. Finder please call phone 3721. LOST A watch fob with Elks' tooth charm. Reward. Keturn to Dr. Townsend in Murray Theater Bldg. 21 3t LOST A bill "lwjoTrTontainiiig"2 five dollar bills, leather color, some where bet ween New Paris and Rich mond or on car or in Richmond. Re turn to Palladium. Ileward. 21-lt l7ost )n Wturday" Copperfc"a"rl"in! Return 133 S. 14th 21-lt LflST- ClTildV' plainband goldring at Cook theater, with initials "M. E. T.," inside. Return to 129 S. 8th street. Reward. LOST Little whiteFox Terrier, with black eye. Answers to the name of "Foxie." Return to Murray Pool Room. Reward. 21-3t Richmond, Indiana, Nov. 13, 1911. By virtue of an order of the Wayne Circuit court, the undersigned guar dian for the estate of Leslie S. Peete, a minor, will, at 10 o'clock o nthe 27th day of November, 1911. at the office of the undersigned guardian. The Dick inson Trust Company, No. 32, South 8th street, in the city of Richmond, Indiana, offer at private sale, for not less than its appraised value, certain real estate owned by the said minor, being an undivided one-half in fee sim ple subject to the life estate of Mar garetta Black and more particularly described as follows, to-wit: The southwest quarter of section 7, town ship 13, range 1 west. Also part of the southwest quarter of section 12, town ship 13, range 2 west, beginning at the southeast corner of said section; thence north along the section line to David Harman's corner; thence west 24 poles; thence south 26 degrees wept 34 poles; thence south 46 degree?, west 28 poles; thence south 58 degrees west 30 poles; thence aputh a0 degrees west 22 noles: thence south 1914 de grees west 24 poles; thence south 9 degrees west 71 poles to a stake on Harvey's line; thence south 15 poles and 13 links; thence east 166 poles to the beginning, containing 92 acres more or less, except 62 acres off of tho west side of said described tract lying west of a due north and south line to be drawn so that there will be 62 acres west of said line. Said sale will he made subject to the approval of said court and on the following terms, to-wit: One-half of tli purchase price phall be paid on or be fore March 1, 1912, and one-half within five years after date, secured by a mortgage on the above described real estate with interest at the rate of ' per cent per annum from date, payable annually. Upon the approval of the sale of the foregoing real estate the owners of the life estate and of the remaining one-half of the fee will convey their interest to the purchaser upon the terms above set out. THE DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY, Guardian. Comstock & Comstock, Attyg. nov-14 21 ASSIGNEES' SALE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, as assignees under and by virtue of a deed of assignment execut ed to them by Douglas B. McLear for the benefit of his bona fide creditors, will, at 2 o'clock p. m. on Saturday the 25th day of November, 1911, offer for sale and sell at public auction, in bulk, in the storeroom formerly occupied by Douglas B. McLear, known aB the People's Store, situated at 900 Main street in the City of Richmond, Indi ana, a complete and well selected stock of dry goods and notions, ho siery, underwear, ladies' coats, cloaks and tailored suits and ladies' ready made wear. If desired the lease for the store room will be assigned to the purchas er. Terms of Sale: Said stock will be sold as an entirety to the highest bid der for cash, or, if the purchaser de sires it, a credit of six months will be given upon the purchaser executing his notes, with approval security, for the purchase money, waiving relief from valuation or appraisement laws, and bearing 6 per cent per annum in terest from the date thereof. Prospective purchasers are invited to come at any 'time and examine the stock. . JOHN A. SPEKENHIER, PHILIP H. ROBBINS. Trustees. Robbins Robbins, Attorneys. oct 24-31-7-14-21