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7 Days for the Price of 5
Telephone Nurmiber 2566
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NOTICE Chimney and house repair
ing. 102 N. 6th st. J. Combs. 3-7t
WANTED A place as housekeeper by
middle aged lady. Address House
keeper, care Palladium. 3-2t
SITUATION WANTED by licensed ex
perienced chauffeur, driving com
mercial or private car. Actual road
experience. Address C. B. T., care
WANTED-A place To work a few
hours during the day by a young
man 20 years old, best of reference.
Now employed nights. Address I.
P. H., care Palladium. 3-2t
WANTED Position as housekeeper in
small family, by widow from country
with one child. Object a good home
clone to school. None but respect
able people with comfortable homes
need reply. Address Mrs. M., care
WANTED Three girls 18 years oi
over to operate sewing machine.
Klchmond Underwear Co. 1-71
finbiT first on good real estate
worth $5,000. Address "Loan," care
Pal) ad lum. l-7t
AGENTS WANTED I want a few ex
perienced solicitors to act as Dis
trict Managers to introduce brand
new protracted Household Specialty
thu8 a necessity and sells on sight
i nd never placed in (stores. Sold ex
c.'ueiyely by subscription. This is a
l icul and permanent position where
tight party can make from $7.00 to
$10 daily without any capital. Ad
dress ' Solicitor," care Palladium.
Wa32TKD--To fellflsood farm on
the res for cue or five years' lease
Can show results. Well equipped,
reference. Address R. B. Do Bra,
liiookville. Ohio. 28-7t
V A-x r.i To invest $1,000 to $107000
In going Mfg. or Mercantile busi
i:oss, with services. Address "In
vestment," cere Palladium. 28-7t
WANTED Two men to-husk- corn.
Phone 5144 H. 28-7t
W"a. i TlJ.J Tj buy a few acres of
ground on National road within
piieet car service. Address 20-A, care
Wa.x iHcT) Single man to work on
farm. Phone 4105. 16-tf
Wf repair everytning. Frame pictures,
retire baby cabs. A full line of elec
tric and gas lumps. Work called for
and delivered. ,
B" "VN' a DARNELL. 1020 MAIN.
Wa '. f i Your oid carpet, alfklnds!
"or prices, etc.. phone E. B. Speii
c v, 22fH, or address Wayne hotel.
Afy nt for Ashjlan Bros. Rug Co., In
nnpolis. Here for a limited time
Bft- i.i.A wit'i.S to order. Fran
res Brusnian. city manager. 104 Ft.
Wrvne Ave. Phona 2140. 30-tf
FOM RENT Furnished rooms for
liii'.it housekeeping. 30 N. 11th.
For. RENT live" room house, 34 S
South West Second, $11.00. Call
K node's Music Store. 4-2t
fOM " RENT Furnished room with
b. th. 221 North 0th.
iOR HTiINT Light housekeepinK
rroms. ;.t North Eleventh. 4-2t
FOR RENT--Our house. 102
14th 7 rooms, li modern, hot wa
Icr heat, reasonable rent. 4-3t
FOR RLNT - j room house with one
or two acres of ground on Asylum
Ao. Fred W. Meyer. 4-3t
FOP- RENT Five" 1 com house1232
Riugc. Rent $S.00. Call 114 South
Sth Phone 268 4-lt
FOR RENT Flat, ground "floorV
'Knoll's livery barn. 3-2t
FOR REXTFrirnlshed rooms Men
preferred. 1128 Main. 3-3t
FOR RENT House partly furnished
to party that will board owner for
rent 40N; 11th street. 29-7t
FOR RENT Seven room house on
North West 5th and1 Linden Ave.
O U H. C. Bullerdick. Phone 1235.
FOR RENT 6 room house and stable.
1012 South 5th street. Phone 5122 G.
FOR RENT Desirable
" Hous. Phone 2737.
FOR RKNT A 5 room house, 210
North Second. Inquire 200- SruL
WK WILL PAY YOU $120.00 to dii
tribute religious literature in your
community. Sixty days' work. Ex
perience not required. Man or worn
an. Opportunity for promotion.
Spare time may be used. Interna !
Imrl t'ihlo Prpss TOT rrh str !
fred agents to visit old and new
customers with established brand of j
guaranteed hosiery. Liberal induce
ments. Protected territory. Credit.
Psrker Knitting Co., 733 Chestnut
st. Philadelphia, Ta. 6-13-20-27-4-11
Ereiybody to know that I have a full
stock of bulbs for planting and
Garver's Seed and Feed Store
oi t Main Street.
Mutt Didn't Like the
UHO LfvEi DCwN THE ROAD
II TOU'RG A PAL OF
MiruG YoKfUU Go
BEAT H(N OP-
FOR RENT Continued
PORTERFIELD & GAAR
FOR RENT Six room house, elec
tric light and bath, S. 15th st. Call
at 1013 Main at. se?15-tf
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
light house: eeping. 115 N. 12th. 11-tf
FOR RENT A furnished room and
bath. 64 Souta 12th. 7 t
FOR RENT Barn suitable for auto
mobile or storage, on alley rear of
1021 Main street. Frank M. Clark,
321 North 11th street. 28-tf
FOR RENT Furnished room, heat and
bath. Ill N. Sth street. 24-tf
FOR RENT Two houses 6 rooms
with bath. Phone 3078. lG-tf
FOR RENT In KeyBtone. High grade
modern apartment, 6 rooms, 2 baths.
Inquire of Janitor. 13-tf
FORT RENT Fufnlifiell" roorns at 88
Fort Wayne Ave. 28-tf
FOR RENT 6 room house and bath.
Phone 1572. l-3t
FOR RENT Apartment in Holland.
Four rooms and bath. Inquire of !
januor. 1-11 1
FOR RENT Light
rooms. 124 Main.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 105 N. 4th.
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Light, heat and
f Keeping. iJsni, neai ana
children, tuo 3. B. 28-it
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat
and bath, also garage. 3S South 7th
tSWo ovir r iv a : T !
FOR RENT A furnished room. 42 i
A small house for two
Call at 222 South Eleventh
FOR RENT FIVE LARGE
ROOMS, $12.00. 703 S.
SIXTH. PHONE 2477.
FOR SALE Several nice ferns, Bos
ton and Tlumosis. Mrs. J. N. Hod
gin, 125 N. 17th st. Phone 2980. 3-3t
FOR SALE Two light delivery
wagons, storm top; one light steel
tire buggy, 1514 Main street. l-7t
rOR SALE Kire proof safe, good con-!
dition. Address "Safe," care Pal-;
ladlum. . l-7t j
FOR SALE Unredeemed watches", '
one-half their value. J. M
Pawnbroker, Sth and Main.
Some extra fiethor-!
ough male Bull Doe puppies at!
Schwegman's. Phone 2204.
FOR SALE Investment, 6 per cent
net, non taxable. Address "Invest
ment," Palladium. 30-7t
FOR-SALE Heavy 1 eather halter and
lap robe, cheap. 312 North 15th j
street. 4-St !
rr-. -tt- . r i
condition'TlO 00 T fifr ; th th St i
kj i j i m v i auic
trees. 319 N. Sth street.
P3R SALE Favorite hard coal burn
er at your own price. 114 South i
15th street 4-3t
FOR SALE Roil top desk, oak stand,
hall rack, oak comode, good re
frigerator, Morris chair, couch.
rockers, room sisse rugs, hose and j
reel, ui rsortn I4tn. 4-tu-tnur-gat
FOR SALE Pair of black horses. See j
. Wilson, Pohlnicyer if: Downing. !
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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SDN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, iuv. 4,
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FOR SALE Continued
The undersigned will sell at Public
Sale at his residence on the Herman
Rothert farm, h2 miles south of Rich
mond, on south side of cross roads be
tween Liberty and Straight Line
Pikes, south of Rudolph Leeds' Ranch,
Friday, November 7th, 1913!
1 Brood Mare, 7 yrs. oid, weight 1200
lbs.; 1 Mule Colt, 4 months old.
7 Head Cattle, all Shorthorns, con-
sisting of 2 good Milch Cows, 2 choice ' mi!cg southeast of Centerville, and C
Steers and 3 Spring Calves. j mlles SOuthwe8t of Richmond, on
Sheep Wednesday, Nov. 12, 1913
12 Head of Sheep, consisting of 1 1 1 The following personal property, to-wlt
Ewes and 1 Buck. j 3 Head of Horses
Implements and. Vehicles S Consisting of l Brown Mare, 11 years
1 Two-horse Studebaker Wagon, ljold; 1 Gray Horse, 10 years old; 1
Surrey, 1 Calf Wagon, 1 Seven-foot I Bay Mare, 7 years old, by Pinewood.
Deering Binder, 1 Two-horse Corn ! 2 Good Milch COWS
Planter, 1 Disc Wheat Drill, 1 Eight-' t
foot' McCormick Tedder, 1 One-horse j riOgS
Wheat Drill. 1 Good Enough Breaking j 1 Sow and 9 Pigs, 1 Bred 8ow, 4 Head
Plow, 2 Walking Breaking Plows, 1 of Shoats.
Ohio Corn Plow, l Harrow, 2 Hay j Implements, EtC.
KaKes, 1 MCg Kinging lsox, j iooim
Benh. 1 Grindstone, 1 Seed Sower,
and other implements.
' 2 Sets Hip Strap Harness, 1 Set Sur-
rey Harness, Halters, Etc.
T T , , , ,
1 Davenport, Tables, Carpets, Crocks,
Hunting and Rat Dog, a good one.
TERMS OF SALE:
creditof nine months oa all sums over
h bankable .n9te Five per
nf discount for j
Sale to commence at,l(;o'clock p. m. j
H. H. JONES. Auctioneer
The undersigned will sell at his farm
3 miles southeast of Greensfork and
4 miles northwest of Centerville. on
what is known as the old Joseph Cloud
TUESDAY, NOV. 11 ,1913
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
the following personal property;
5 HORSES 5
one black horse, coming 5 years old,
weieht about 1.500. sound and a eood
worker; 1 draft mare, coming 3 years !
old, a good one; 1 draft horse, coming !
3 years old; 1 driving colt (Anderson;
Wilkes) coming 3 years old; 1 blind
mar? 10 J"ears-
IS CATTLE IS
Consisting of fresh cows and calves,
feeds and one full-blooded Shorthorn
bull calf, months old.
40 HOGS 40
Consisting of sows and pigs and feed -
ers; also one full-blooded Poland China
About C tons good mixed hay.
1 McCormick bindr- 1 McCormick
mower, i i.di uiun wa sint:
1 rubber tire buggy and some other
TrXCH ON GROUND
T- , j 1- a . r l '
lenus iiiiiut Biiuwa u.i in aIt;.
FRANCIS P. TOWNSEND
ARCH HINDMAN fc SON. Auctioneers
F. M. TAYLOR. Clerk.
pOR -SALE Second and machinery,
boilers, engines, lint- shafting, pul -
ley?, belting, valves, pipe and fit-
tings. Thos. Turner. Pane 1CC3 or
4333 Rear 23 South 6th. V 20-tf
FOR SALE Continued
East of Westcott Hotel
The undersigned will sell at Public
Snip on thp Hpnrv fx-rn farm 9 IX.
Binder. 1 Studebaker Waron 1 Corn
Planter, 1 Roller, 1 Disc Harrow, 1
Ten-foot Harrow, 1 Corn Plow, 2
Breaking Plows, 1 Fanning Mill. 1
Buggy, Hay Fork, rope and pulleys,
1 Iron Kettle, 1 Lard Press, 1 Penin
sular Cook Stove.
2 Sets Hip Strap Harness, 1 Set Dou
ble Driving Harness.
Hay and Grain
7 tons Choice Timothy Hay, 2 Stacks
Hay, 2 Tons of Oats Hay, 300 Bushels
of Corn in crib, 75 Shocks of Corn, 15
Bushels of Apples.
All sums of $3.00 and under, cash; all
sums over $5.00 a- credit of six
iiiuuius win utr giicu ujr put uuson ,
purchaser giving bankable note.
Three per cent discount for cash.
160 Acre Farm
Will be sold In two tracts of SO acres
each. One 80 acres with buildings,
one 80 acres withou1 buildings, and
will also sell both tracts containing 160
j acres together. Which ever way it
brings the most money is the way it
will sell. If you are interested in buy-
ing a farm it will pay you to attend
; this sale. Terms are liberal and will
j be made known on day of sale,
j Sale will commence at 10 a. m.
Lunch on the Ground.
HENRY MYERS & SON
; ii. ri. juas, Auctioneer.
I ALBERT AHL. Clerk.
La on dry
Address 41 Richmond Ave.
! FOR SALE Fire-proof sfe; good
! condition. Address R, cr.re Palla-
FOR SALE $400 uprisht Kimball
piano. Will ell for $150 cash. Own -
er leaving city. Phone 4665.
W. S. BENNETT
Room 15, Kelly Block. Phone 2707. j
For Sale 130 acres. 3 miles of Rich
mond. Price S100 an acre,
1 128 acres. Z miles cf New Castle.
j Price $119 an cere. These are well Im-
' " " "''i frm r.nd can not be du-
olicated at the price 3-2t
FOR SALE REAL ES
FUNK AND MILLER
Second National Bank Bldg.
House of 9 Rooms
Two blocks of Main street, 5 bed
rooms, toilet and electric lights. West
side of street. Price J3.200.
of good land, S miles from Richmond
on good pike. Good buildings, and it is
priced to sell. $3,500 one-half cash.
FUNK AND MILLER
A. M. ROBERTS REAL ESTATE
City and farm properties. Liberty
ave. R. No. 1. Phone 4171. Office
Keys' Harnes Store, 613 Main st.
POR SALE 88 acres good level land,
located on good pike, four miles
. v - A x n r v 1 x-
dwelling 35x16 with cement base -
ment. Frame barn, 36x43, good
fences, telephone and rural mail.
Price only $5,600. Terms easy. For
further Information, address Box
206, New Paris, Ohio. 29-7t
Ho Ho Jones
AUCTIONEER AND HORSE
I cry all kinds of sales any
where. Sale bills free for all
Sales DOOKeu DdOre January
mx . - t -T-1 rTnr tt1
t i u. i is. in j 1 rvLLi
joffice Phone 1439. Residence
B. F. Morris' Moving Vans
202 S. 8th St. Phone 1627
M. F. Haner. Ms?r.
Shurlev's Large Movine Vans
1? to 14 North Sth street. Phone 1538.
SEE MOORE & OGBORN for all kindf
of Insurance, Bonds and Loans. Real;
Estate and Rentals. Room 1G, I. O. :
Richmond Welding Co.
YOU BROKE IT WE FIX IT
Why throw your broken castings '
away v.-hen we make them good as ;
new at a reasonable cost.
We weld cast irc, steel, aluminum,
Farm implements, machinery, auto!
J.' V J b-t V l k. . D w . --.....i J .
Work done on short notice.
Shop rear 2C5 N. 8th street,
Opp. High School Bldg., N
Fine Watch Repairing
promptly done by Helms, the watch j
maker. 222 Main. )
If you pay more than we charge I
; for repairinj your watch, you pay too j
i ro ich.
Main Spring .
aii i work sBteed ; for jt
F .A Tomlinson. 10 N. th St.!
LOST Automobile brass b-b cap. i
"Stearns."" 'inder rpti-ri ;o P1I- t
dium. Reward. tf
A three band
ring with figure 33 in triangle. Find
er please return to Joseph L. Smith.
2110 East Main street and receive
LOST A pair of nose glasses be
tween piano factory and South E.
Return to 503 South 9th. Reward.
LOST Gray muff between New Paris
and Richmond. Return to 229 N".
17th street. Reward. 4-lt
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR.
State of Indiana. Wayne County, sa.:
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has duly qualified as the
executor of the last will and testa
ment of Thomas Conniff, late of
Wayne count. Indiana. Said estate is
! supposed to be solvent
DICKINSON TRUST CO..
WILLIAM H. KELLEY, Attorney.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
I State of Indiana, Wayne County, es.:
I Estate of Jeannette A. Foland, de-
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
j Wayne Cirt t Court, administrator of
the estate of Jeannette A. Foland, de
ceased, late of Wayne County, Indi
ana. Said estate Is supposed to bt sol
DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY,
Gardner, Jessup White, Attys.
UK pA rm HI
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10 o'clock a. mM on the premises
The following properties in the order listed below:
No. 4 11 5 North D. Street
Consisting of a good one and one-half story six room frame
house, with lot 31 feet front.
Consisting of lot 31 feet front by 113 feet deep, with a one
!and one.haIf storv six room frame house.
These properties are exceptionally well loca
ted for rental properties; on city car line and
Terras of Sale
i One-third cash in hand; balance in two equal installment!
iin 6 and 12 months; notes
curcd b mortgage oi real
pay all cash.
i3Slil T1IIT EIS1
Wm. Kellcy, Atty.
Bv "BUD" FISHER
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Proposals for supplies for the uie
of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for
the Insane for the month of Decem
ber, will be received by the Board of
Trustees at the hospital before 3
p. m. Monday, November 10, 1913.
Specifications may be seen at the
Second National Bank, or at the hos
pital. By order of the Board,
S. E. SMITH. Med. Supt.
An exceptional chance la offered ac
tive party or partlea with some en
ergy and $1,000 to Invest to get a
strictly respectable, permanent, cash
business that's easily managed, free
from competition and get-rich-r1c
schemes, where with ordinary labor
from $3,000 to $5,000 should be olear
ed yearly. Owner of this busineM In
vites the very closest investigation 2a
every way. Full particulars can be
given at personal interview ostju
which can be had by addreartn
Profitable, care of Palladium offloe.
QUIGLEY'8 COLD AND LAQRU
They will relieve a cord whfle you
sleep. Use them for Conghs ao
Colds, Lagrippe, Headache and Ma
laria. Price 25 cents.
QUIQLEY DRUG STORE
Nov. 5th, 1913
to bear 6 per cent interest se-
estate sold or purchaser may