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THiii RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM
SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1918.
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' DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICES 1
HELMICK. Mrs. Marie Louise, 67 years
old. died this morning;, Saturday, Nov.
9. 1918, at her residence, 601 fouth
llth St. She Is survived by her hus
band, Adam J., three daughters, Mrs.
KlUabeth Johunntng, Katherlne and
Hilda Helmlck, four sons, Adam'-Jr.,
of Heading;, Ohio; August. Henry and
Elwood. Funeral announcement will
be made later.
SHKLTON, Everett. 19 years old, died
Friday, Nov. 8, 1918. at Camp Inter
laken. Rolling Prairie, Ind. His death
occurred following; an attack of In
fluenza. Ho enlisted Jn the Motor
transport corps only about three
cun.o minupr id, 1919. ine
urcreu was a memrjer or mo f irst
Kngllnh Lutheran church, and of the
local chapter of the Omlcron PI Sig
ma fraternity. He was a member of
; the class of 1916 In the local high
school, and a well known basket ball
player. He Is survived by his father
ond mother, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.
Hhelton, 422 South 14th St.. and two
sisters, Mrs. H. H. Hartzler and Ogen
Phclton. The funeral will - be held
Monday morning 10 o'clock from the
residence of hi parents and will be
private. Rev. Dressel of the First
Knglish Lutheran church will officiate.
Interment will ho in Earlham. Friends
may call any time.
W I LI J A MS Funeral services for King
It. Williams will.be held at the home
on .nsthaven Ave. Sunday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock. Instead of 1 o'clock as
previously announced. The service at
Oreensfork will be omitted. Friends
may call any time.
AMBULANCE A UNDERTAKERS 1A
l'OHLMEYER & DOWNING
Ambulance and Limousine service
Casket displav room, 15 North 10th St.
KLUTE & SMITH
14 N. th Sc. Phone 1284.
JORDAN. McMANUS. HUNT & WAL
i TERM ANN Funeral Directors and
Ambulance. 1014 Main. Phone 2175.
Make the erection of a monument a
present day duty. Do not loa.'e it to
others and to be sure that you get
the right ma'HaI see John P. Emslie,
15 So. 10th St. Specialist in Barre
I'LKMON'S Flower Shop-Quality, fresh
flowers. Service. 1015 Main. Ph. 1093.1
SITUATIONS WANTED 8
XMAS GIFTS The Ladles Home Jour
nal and Saturday Eve. Post 10 N. 10.
LOST AND FOUND
TWO FIVE DOLLAR BILLS Lost on
Main or S. 8th last Friday or Monday.
Liberal reward. 634 Richmond Ave.
The party who took the bicycle from
1106 Main yesterday waa seen and had
best return It to save trouble.
GOLD WATCH FOB Lost, Masonic
emblem, letter "C" on pendant. Return
Culver Dairy, Reward.
HELP WANTED MALE
HOTS Wanted. IS to 20 years of age.
Experience not necessary. Steady em
ployment Jenkins Vulcan Sprint: Co.
BOY'S Wanted. Zwlsaler's, South 6th.
BOT Wanted to make trains. Union
News Stand, Penn. Station.
CAPABLlT""lAN Wanted to take
charge of an established tea and cof
fee route.. Bond required, good propo
sition for right party. Great A. & P.
Tea Co., Mr. Anspaugh, Mgr., 727
MEN Ago 17 to 5. Experience un
necessary. Travel; make secret in
vestigations, reports. Salaries; ex
penses. American Foreign Detective
Agency 2S2 St. Louis.
MEN Wanted for factory work. Ex
perience not necessary. Steady em
ployment. Jenkins Vulcan Spring Co.
WANTED Machinists, Bearing Scrap
ers and Motor Builders. Good wages,
time and half for overtime. Excel
lent working conditions. This is all
war work. If you are on war work
now, stay there and help win the war.
" Call, write or phone Teetor-Hartley
Motor Corporation, Hagerstown, Ind.,
or inquire evenings between seven and
eight o'clock at 10S S. 15th St., Rich
Five Teamsters at once.
BULLERDIOCS COAL Yard
HELP WANTED FEMALE 6
Large knitting mill desires women to
work in own town. Easy business.
Permanent. Salary or commission, all
or part time. International Mills,
SALESLADIES Wanted. Apply at
once. Wool worth S & lOo Store. '
WOMAN Wanted to care for sick
woman. Call 109 Randolph St.
WOMEN 18 and, over, of Richmond
and vicinity, who desire to prepare
for government examinations for posi
tions as Postofflco Clerks, Field
Clerks, Departmental Clerks, Steno
graphers, Typists, Matrons, etc., call
and interview Mr. Henry Laurens at
Westcott hotel, Saturday, November
9th. Permanent positions at good sal
aries. See Mr. Laurens without fail.
1 p. m. until 9 p. m. One day only.
Agents and Salesmen Wanted 7
AGENTS 15x19 gold framed patriotic
pictures, 12c, sell 50c. Over-Top-Paul
Jones, Colored Heroes, etc. - Every
body buys. Sample free. Peoples
Portrait, Sta. D, Chicago.
SPECIAL SALESMEN WANTED
who can make good on fine renewal
contract. Permanent position. Call
Saturday or Monday.
J. L. HUTCHENS
Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa,
334-335-336 Colonial Bldg.
Financial house has opening for five
$1,000 per month slock salesmen to
follow up live leads which cost us
from $10 to $15 apiece in small towns.
Strong selling issue. Have active en
dorsement of many prominent men.
25 to 30 leads when salesman starts
more continually. Excellent refer
ences required. -Address Sales- Mana-'
ger, 2952 Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
JJ Satarday Afternoon
Beebe Glove' Co.
Corner Ft. Wayne Avenmie
and 8th Street
Lady wants clerical work, private ex
change or small office. Box D 4109
cara of Palladium.
WASHINGS Wanted. Addrasa Box H
HQOMS fOH HfcNT 9
14TH ST., North 221 Two furnished
light housekeeping rooms for rent, no
13TH ST., NORTH 28 For rent. Fur
nished bed rooms.
11TH ST., SOUTH, 19 Furnished
heated room for rent, private family.
9TH ST.. NORTH 27 Two furnished
rooms for rent.
ROOM Modern front for rent, 202 N.
5TH ST., SOUTH 133 Modern furnlsh
ed room for rent.
ROOMS OR BOARD WANTED 11
ROOMS Lady with best references
wants one or two unfurnished rooms.
Rot E 5105 care Palladium.
PAPER HANGING By Edgar 8. Wlck
tt. Phone 40 90 N. 12th St. '
We are completely equipped to do all
kinds of Pattern Work, both wood and
metal; also gating patterns and model
DR AVER BROS.
1818 E. Main St. Phona 1625.
""BUILDING & CONTRACTING 13
The MILLER-KEMPER Co.
N. W. 2nd & Center Sts. Phones J247
4447. All kinds of lumber and mill
work. General contracting and build
Electrical Chandeliers. The
latest designs in all electrical
HARRY U. WOOD N
1120 Main Phone 1650
Our FUEL SAVERS SAVE FUEL. See
MEERHOFF the Plumber, 9 S. 9th.
PAINTING & DECORATING 15
Iaj.Vio and supplies. Phono J.336
Mn,r Fahla'ng. 42 Main.
L. M. HAYS 5 and 10 cent wall paper.
jm i PHONK 21T
MOVING & STORAGE
AUTO MOVING VAN
Largest and best equipped In the city
for local and long distance moving.
Furniture crated, s'ored or shipped.
200 S. 7th St. Phone 2608
J. L. M'NEILL. AUTO VANS
mi VAira Mnvin? Service
'.Phnnp rfi4 Qu'ck Work
.rnone oo 617 Kouth b St.
Liocai and .Long Distance Moving
Phones, Residence 1666, Office 2228
Charles AVade. mover. Phone 1238
RICHMOND STORAGE CO.
W. G. Baker, Proprietor ,
Rear 19 So. llth St.
Concrete and steel construction and
MOVING & STORAGE Local and long
-rHstance moving- and geferal draying.
W. E. Evans, 320 Lincoln St., Phone
OFFICE SUPPLIES i 17A
Office Desks. Chairs. Safes and Filing
Cases. Bartel & Rone.
CLEANING AND PRESSING 17
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Cleaned and Pressed, $1.25
PEERLESS DRY CLEANING
318 Main Phone 1493
REPAIRING AND CLEANING 17
We repair bicycles and almost every
thing. Call for and deliver. Phona
30S6. Wesley Brawn & Son.
FURNITURE neatly repaired - and - rer
finished. We repair almost everything
Work called for and delivered. Cook's
Repair Shop, 122 West Main. Phone
J. C. DARNELL CO.
Picture - Framing, Grinding Knives,
Baby Cab Tires, new and second .hand
Bicycles. We repair anything. 1020
Main. Phone 1930.
GOVERNMENT NEEDS 12,000 WOMEN
Clerks. Richmond examinations, Dec
7. Salary $1200. Experience unneces
sary. Women desiring government
positions write for free particulars,
J. C. Leonard former Civil Service
examiner), 820 Kenois Building, Wash
ington. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 21
DOUBLE COT and pad for sale. 1314 N.
FKATHER BED For sale, 817 North
Hall Tree, Brass Bed, Rutr Filling:,
Household goods. Lady's Shoes, Silk
Suit for sale. 308 S. 4th St.
Sanitary Davenport and Talking ma
chine for sale. 223 Ktnsey St.
Second hand flat top desk and chair,
$10.00. Bartel & Rohe.
Underwood Typewriter for sale, fine
condition, cheap. Phone 2995. .
WASHING-MACHINE For sale, 124
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22
FURNITURE Wanted. Will pay you
cash for good household furniture.
J. W. Brammer. 520 Main. Phone 1469.
FUllNITX"rRE and Stoves. Home Sup
ply Store. 181 Ft. Wayne Ave, fix. l62
INDIAN RELICS Wanted. Every des
cription. A. E. Bonsall, Room l ivnoi
JUNK We pay more for scrap Iron,
metals, hides, tallow, rags and Junk.
Henry Holzapfel. Phone 2098 or 4104.
500 MEN Wanted. Hair Cut 20c. No. 9
MEDICAL VIBRATOR Wanted, or will
rent and pay for use of same. Address
Mrs. Schaefer, 133 S. 6th St.
SELL your Junk to Sam Jaffe. We pay
more for same. Phone 2047.
STOVES and used furniture wanted.
Good prices given for same. Town
send's Used Goods Store, S33 Main.
USED TRUCK 3-4 ton. wanted to buy,
Maxwell or Republic preferred. Write
Stant Machine works, uonnersvme,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 23
PIANO For sale or rent. Call 400 S.
9th. Phone 2010.
EXCHANGE Your piano for a Vic
trola or buy a used piano through me
and save the dealer's profit. Walter
B. Fulgrhum, 1000 Main St.
MACHINERY & TOOLS 24
. Rich. Ave. toiler repairing fine
SPECIAL AT THE STORES 25
make best gifts
See the values and price3
. 13 N. TENTH ST.
Friends Book and Supply House
For rent, 75c per day.
85c and $1.00 per box
WAKING & CO.
. Opposite Court House
TYPEWRITER Desks and Chairs. Bar
tel & Rohe.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 27
Corn In shock for sale. Phone 1466.
DRESSED CHICKENS For sale, 30c
per pound. 14 S. 10th.
The MILLER-KEMPER Co.
N. W. 2nd & Center Sts. Phones 3247
4447. For all kinds of Building Ma
terial. LIVE STOCK & VEHICLES 31
Wagons, Wagons, Harness,
Vehicles, Vehicles, all kinds.
Nice as new.
"317 North A
. RICHMOND LUMBER CO.
Lumber. Millwork. Phones 3209 3307
LIVE STOCK & VEHICLES 31
HOG For sale- One bis type Poland
China male hog. past one year old.
Foster Gustin, Abington Pike, Route
p ET STOC K AND POULTRY 32
BELGIAN HARES For sale, 75c each.
$4.50 and $3.00. Phone 1836 or 4179.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 33
1918 FORD TOURING CAR Run few
hundred miles, good as new. K. E.
Stant, 707 West 8th St., Connersville,
FORD For sale, 1917 model. first
class condition. Geo. Worley, 15 S.
9th St., Phone 1536. -
FORD TOURING CAR For sale, 1917
model. Call 415 N 21.
STUDEBAKER CAR For sale. Elec
tric starter, 5 passenger, cheap. Rich
mond Junk Yard, North 10th and J
St., Phone 349S.
THOS. TURNER & SON
Boiler Repairs, Machine Work
Auto Cylinder Ileborine
AUTO SUPPLIES & REPAIRS 35
1412 N. A St.
PALLADIUM WANTS RESULTS
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 21
m" ri"-iiiniiiiitiitnrgn,niimiiisiiiinsWasMiiwiisiwi nuin
from 4 to 1 2 horse-power. All sizes steam and water
pipe.- Rabbit arid Chicken Wire Screen. Call
' HENRY-HOLZAPFEL, Phone 2098
LIVE STOCK AND VEHICLES 31
Farmers come and see the best CAR LOAD OF HORSES we
have ever shipped in from Howard County.
They consist of well mated teams, mares and geldings weighing from 1400 to
1760, will arrive at 12:30 Saturday. -
CLEMENTS & LANDWER
AT OLSON'S BARIT, SO. 6TH STREET
GARAGES FOR RENT
8TH & NORTH C ST. For rent, four
garage rooms. Phone 1412. E. Louck.
HOUSES APTS. TO RENT 38
APARTMENT For rent in
Keystone, Second Floor. Jonas
Gaar, 1426 Main St.
APARTMENT For rent, four rooms
furnished, strictly modern, centrally
located. 1300 N. A.
D ST., NORTH 1519 Upper Duplex,
modern, 4 rooms and bath for rent.
S. O. Yates.
HOUSE For rent.. 5 rooms with bath.
2022 South A. Phone 3754.
House and acre ground at 67 Rail
road street for rent. Call 221 N 9th St.
HOUSE For rent, 5 rooms. Phone 2556.
3-room flat for rent. Phone 4614.
6TH STTN- 122 Part offiouse, $800.
7TH-ST.T"s6UTH 517 House for rent
5 rooms with garden.
8TH ST., NORTH 611 5 rooms, elec
tric lights, gas and -water, $11.00.
HILDA ST., 15 Nice little cottage, $9.
Phone 1814 9104 Main
STH ST., SOUTH 324 House for rent.'
lOUSE--Flbr relit, good location, $8.00
' See Jno. N. Hastings. 121 North tn
FOR RENT $7,00 for 3 rooms. 511 K.
D. Call 204 S. 12th. Phone 2854.
RIDGE ST., 1230 Five room house,
newly papered, $8.50.
WANTED TO RENT
ROOMS Wanted to rent, two furnished
for light housekeeping, modern cen
tral location in private family. Box
E 5106 Palladium.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 42
BENNETT & PARKER All kinds of
real estate for sale. A square deal to
both buyer and seller. 212 Union Bank
Bid., phone 2707.
FOR REAL ESTATE an FARMS nee
A. M. ROBERTS. Liberty Ave. Office
18 So 8th. Phone 417L
FOR SALE GOOD HOME
in East End
Small payment down; balance as
rent want to sell this at once.
Bennett & Parker
212 Union Bank Bldg. Phone 2707
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two 5-roomed houses, $12.50 each.
One 4-roomed house, $10.50; one 3
roomed house, $10.50. No Interest,
tax or Insurance. Stay 100 months
then deed. Call 325 West Main St.
If you are in the market for a farm
or city home, see our list before
J. S. GREEN, W
9th and Main Sts. I
LOTS 3 In Richmond terrace to trade
for automobile. Ed DeBoy, Lynn. Ind.
PAYMENTS" LIKE RENT
T. W. HADLEY
2nd Nat. Bank. Bldg.
FARMS FOR SAL 43
60 Acres, good land, mc than half
fine bottom, no strear'Jgood seven
room house, bank ba,ri?(good loca
tion, price $150 per -Tf'jfel Possession
March 1st. L
130 Acres splendid stock farm. 50 acres
tillable, balance well watered pasture
land, good buildings, only $75 per
acre. Easy terms.
C. C. HAWLEY,
New Paris. Ohio.
159 A., close In, well improved, 3 sets
of good buildings, one modern house;
this is a good stock and grain farm
and a money maker. Will consider a
smaller farm as part pay.
S A., with buildings on car line, close
In, see this for a nice little home.
J. S. GREEN,
Hittle Clock 9th & Main St. Pho. 2576
TO EXCHANGE I am looking for good
going real paying iarra, preieraoiy
stocked and in good condition. Will
give either one of my three high class
clear apartment buildings' located in
the choicest and most select residen
tial district of Chicago as follows:
Beautiful 12 apartment building on
boulevard, yearly rent $11,000. price
$100,000 clear; 18 flat, strictly modern
apartment building, rental $9,000 per
year, price $75,000 clear; 16 flat, high
class corner apartment building, rent
al $7,000 per year, price $60,000 clear.
If you have a-real high grade farm or
ranch that will match up either or all
of these buildings, would suggest you
come to Chicago and I guarantee to
give you a real equitable deal on cash
basis. O. W. Stewart. Room 616. 110
S. Dearborn St., Chicago, Telephone
Central 5198. 1
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 21
ii-arUiiin-iinijii.mt'i-ii"M il -miiii i
LIVE 8TOCK AND VEHICLES 31
Four real farms, close to Richmond.
Price and terms right.
BENNETT & PARKER
212 Union Bank Bldg. Phone 2707
MONEY TO LOAN
for any purpose at the
Legal Rate in sums up
to $300.00 on personal
The State Investment
& Loan Co.
Room 40 Colonial Building,
Richmond, Ind. Phone 2560
MONEY TO LOAN
Before borrowing, see us, WE CUT
make, saving tha borrower from
you have' a. loan st the legal rate
lend you the money to pay It off
THAN THE LEGAL RATE.
Loans made on H. H. Goods, Live
' - : :;o. t-i c v v: '"
monds, Automobiles end other personal property.
PAYMENTS TO SUIT
Call, ph:wae or write
Business Men's Remedial Loan AsMoelatlea
Ground Floor Pal :-.
H. H. Peelle
L. A. Handley
W. O. Seaaey
A. L. Jenkins
G. Clark, Manager.
Administrator's Sale off
Wednesday, Nov. -20, 1 8
The following four residence properties are to be offered for sale on
the respective premises in the order named:
TRACT NO. 1
Consisting of house of five rooms situated on North D Street, between
19th and 20th Streets.
TRACT NO. 2 v
Located at Southeast Corner North 19th & D Streets
Consisting of a good house of 6 rooms, supplied with water, gas and
These properties are both excellent investment propositions, as
they are exceptionally well located for renting.
m Consisting of a good cottage house
m gas, electric lights and toilet; situated in rear of tract No. 4 on South if
f A Street. - g
1 TRACT NO. 4 I
H Located at Southeast Corner South 8th and A Streets
g Consisting of a good substantial brick house of 14 rooms, equipped with j
H all modern improvements. g
jf The last two tracts are close in property within one block from U
m the corner of 8th and Main Streets and have good speculative values. 1
TERMS OF SALE
H One-third of purchase price cash in hand; balance in two equal install- M
m ments due in 9 and 18 months, evidenced by notes bearing 6 percent p
Ij interest, secured by mortgage on real estate sold. g
1 DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY, ADMR. I
- Mary I. Grant, Dec'd 1
Dispersoe Sale off Holsteliri '
'.yi TUESDAY, NOV. 12, S918
One mile south of Richmond, Ind.
40 Head Registered and Grade Holsteins 40
Consisting of fresh cows, heavy springers, heavy milkers and some beautiful
heifers, mostly registered. Catalog ready Nov. 1, and mailed on requesL
50 Head Feeding Hogs 50 i ,
Weight 175 pounds each.
5 ewes bred. . Bailed straw hay in mow, farming tools, all '
kinds, milk cans, dairy equipment and many other articles.
Terms made known on day of sale. Lunch served on the grounds.
COL. THOMAS CONNIFP, FOREST MEEK, Aucts. JAKE HANES, Clerk.
J. L. Batchelor
BOW EN FUNERAL TUESOAV
The body of Miss Jeanette Bowow
who died In Albukaerque, . New Mex
ico, a few days ago. arrived here Sat
urday afternoon and was taken to tha
home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mo
Conaha on North Eleventh street. Fa
neral services will be held Tuesday
afternoon, the place to be announced -later.
Friends mar call at tha McCon.
aha home any time. ,
By Ylrtue of a Copy of Decree to me
directed from the Clerk of the Wayne
Circuit Court. I will expose at Public
Sale, at the Court House door. In the
city of Richmond. Wayne County.
Indiana, on the llth day of NoremDer.
1918, between the hours of 10 o'clock
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day,
the following property, to-wit:
The South half of the following part
of the North-east quarter of Section
Five (5) Township Thirteen (13).
Range One (I) West; beginning at
the center of the east end of Lot Num
ber one hundred three (103) In that
part of the City of Richmond, laid out
by John Smith; running thence South
eighty-four and three rourths degrees
(84) East eight (8) perches to
a stake; thence south five and
one-half degrees (5 West five (5)
perches to a stake; thence north
eighty-four and three-fourths degrees
(84S4" West eight (8) perches
thence North five and one-fourth de
grees (5)4) East five (5) perches to
the place of beginning, containing
one-fourth (A) of an acre, more or
less, to be sold as the property of
Benjamin W. Korthaus, to satisfy said
decree in my hands in faTor of The
Dickinson Trust Company, Trustee.
Said sale without relief from valua
tion or appraisement laws.
CLEMENT V. CARR.
Sheriff of Wayne County. '
October 9th, 1918.
Gardner, Jessito, Hoelscher & White,
Attorneys tot Plaintiff.
Oct 19-26, s Nov. 9. Sale Nov. 11.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. "
Notice is hereby given to the tax
payers of Wayne County that the
County Council of Wayne County will
meet and qualify and organize and
transact such other business as may
come up for consideration, in the Com
missioners' Court Room, in the Court
House in the City of Richmond, on
Saturday. November the 16th, 1918, at
10:30 o'clock a. m.
L. S. BOWMAN,
Auditor Wayne County.
MONEY TO LOAN
THE RATE en every lean
mix to eighteen percent per aaum. If
of IH percent per month, we will
and more if you want It, at LESS
C B. Beck
W. A. Bene
of 4 rooms, supplied with water,