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TUESDAY, NOV. 26 1918. PAGE NINB THE PALLADIUM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Standardized and Indexed for Quick Ifrence. according to The Basil I Pmlth System. - (Coyprlght) CLASSIFIED RATES le per word One Time 2c per word Two Times 8c per word Seven Times SOo per word..... ..One Month CONTRACT RATES obtained from The Palladium business office. CTXJSTXO HOURS All Want-Ad must ' be In before 11 a. m. of day of publication. OLT-OF-TOWM ADS must be accom- ranted by cash In full payment, ac cording to above rates. THE PALUPIUM reserves the right to classify all ads areording to Its own rules and regulations. WANT-ADS giving a "letter or num ber." rare this office, can not be an swered in person. A letter should be itddrenned M the 'letter or number." care this office. The advertiser will ' call for ht answers and later call on you providing your reply to this advertisement- pleases him. TELEPHONE your Want-Ads when It Is more convenient to do so. Bill will he sent to you, and as this Is an ac commodation service. The Palladium expects .payment promptly upon re .... telpt of bill. Phone 2834 DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICES 1 ALDRICH, Lavlna. 23 years old, died yesterday. Nov. 25, 1918, at her home Vi mile, north of Boston. The funer al will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the honve. Burial will be at Foun tain City. Friends may call any time. irUTCHEXS. Lova. L.. 25 years old" lied last night. Nov. 25, 1918, at Ind ianapolts. She Is survived by her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ifutchens, 810 S. A St., two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Rurtt of Mmcle, Ind.. Miss Leah Hutchcns of tails city. Mr. Hutohens t the general agent of the Equitable Life Ins. courypany. Funeral arrange ments wtll j announced later. Friends may call TCetlnesrtay from 2 until 4 and1 from T until 9 o'clock. T y (O M FSOCLydla, 44 years old, died fundi. dov. 24. 1918, at her home one mile wouth of Fountain City. The fuiersl will be private and will be hfld Wednesday at 10 a. m. at the home, tiurial will be at Fountain City, friends may call any time. AMBULANCE 6. UNDERTAKERS 1A j , WILSON, ! 1'tfHLMEYER & DOWNING FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ambulance and Limousine service Casket displav room. 15 North 10th St. Phone 1335 KLUTE A SMITH Funeral Directors 14 N. th St. 128i JonnANT-MeM ANUS. ilfTNT ft WAL TKKMANN Funeral Directors and Ambulance. 1014 Main. Phone 2175. MONUMENTAL 1B MONUMENTS If you want quality In material and workmanship, place your orders with John P. Emslie. 15 So. inth St. Tablets. Monuments. Markers. "FLORIST 1C LEMON'S Flower Shop Qualltv, fresh flowers Service. 1015 Main. Ph. 1093- "PERSONALS CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness shown during the sickness and death of our Inrllng babv and also for the beauti ful floral pieces. We wish to thank th Indianapolis Glove Co. and the Atlas Underwear Co. also, Rev. Rohlf ' 'Ing for the sermon and .kindness he " has shown. Mr. pid Mrs FRANK SCHENCK and FAMILY. ' CARD" OF "THANKS" We wish to extend our thanks to our friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown during the sad death of our daughter, Edith ' Marie Northrup. and also for the beau tiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. EVERETT NORTHRUP. and GRANDPARENTS CARD OF THANKS We hereby desire to thank nil our friends and neighbors for their kind ness during the death of our dear husband and son also the many beau tiful floral offerings; also the Bro therhood of Railway Trainmen, Rev. Clement Zepf for his consoling words nnd Joseph Waltermsnn. of Jordan, McManus, Hunt & Waltermann, for the efficient services ho rendered. Mrs. JOSEPH J. KUTTER Jr.. Mr. snd Mr. JOSEPH KUTTER nnd CHILD FtEN". SPECIAL NOTICE X.MA9 GIFTS The Ladles Home Jour nal and Saturday Eve. Post. 10 N. 10. LOST AND FOUND 'ATTLE 2 yr. old steer and yearling heifer found about 1 month ago. Call Earl Stevens, R. R. A. Greensfork Phone. OVERSHOE Lost, heel strap. Phone HELP WANTED MALE BOY Wanted to drive truck. French Benzole Co., 1030 Main. DAY FIREMAN Wanted, who understands steam fitting and toilers to run heating plant in greenhouse. Must have good references. J. II. Hill Co. Fa N W sTi ted a t once to sell a reliable product to the farmers, one with auto mobile preferred, although this is not absolutely necessary. Wages no ol 1ect if vou can deliver the goods. Ad dress Box 9000 care Palladium, giving nddress Bnd phone number. MAN Wall Fed.-So me good hnstllng man to sell our household goods In Richmond from house to house, good Vmotlors makft blsr money, goods nro sold on Instalment plan, must furnish reference as to ability and honesty, we will furnish a stock of goods from here. C. F. Adams Co. 132 W. Wash ington St., Indianapolis, Jna. JTkS Wanted. Jllchmond linking Co. NllTT-WATCHMAN Wanted" Experienced in handling heat ing system. Address post of fice box 264. NTGllTWATCHMAN Wanted experienced in handling heating system. Address P. 0. Box 264. fen Laborers Wanted. Standard Supply Co., 1st and Main Sts. FEMALEHELPWANTEP 6 Peace work at war pay guaranteed for three vears. Knit urgently needed socks for us on the fast, simple Auto Knitter. Full particulars today 3c stsmp. Auto Knitter Company, Dept. 221 C. S21 Jefferson, Buffalo, N. Y. WliifE O I RL W nteii for fren eral housework. 1307 Main. Phone 1101. "AGENTS AND SALESMEN i JENEUAL Aj r.i 1 nanieu lor jucn- mond and vicinity for the Monthly Premium Accident ana Health Depart ment of the largest Compaay In the W'orM writing- every form of Life, Health and Accident Insurance. Re quires a man capable of wrltlnft poli cies and adjusting claims. Commis sion contract only. Address C. II Borer, Manager Casualty Department. National Life Insurance Company of the U. S. of A.. 29 S. LaSalle St. Chi rac: o. IIL 8 POSITION as night watchman wanted. Reference. ' Seldel Baggy Co. Phone 8129. J. M. Amberson. j WANTED Wood to cut anywhere on traction car line. Address 1032 N. O. 11TH ST.. SOUTH 130 Furnished mod ern front room for rent. 4 room furnished cottoge Phone 1537. A. W. Gregg. for rent WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD 11 furnished rooms for light housekeep ing. No children. Address P. O. Box 26 or call Copp Arlington hotel. BUILDING A CONTRACTING 13 The MILLER-KEMPER Co. N. W. 2nd ft Center Sts. Phones 3t7 4447. All kinds of lumber and mill work. General contracting and build in r. 1 1 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING l3i HOUSE WIRING Electrical Chandeliers. The latest designs in all electrical fixtures. HARRY U. WOOD 1120 Main Phone 1650 PLUMBING 14 Our FUEL SAVERS SAVE FUEL. See MEERHOFF the Plumber, 9 a 9th. Phone 1236. PAINTING & DECORATING 15 l'Ai.VIS and supplli Haner tk Fahlslng. s. Phone 1336 428 Main. - WALL PAPER 15A 1- M. HATS 5 and 10 cent wall paper. MOVING & STORAGE 16 AUTO MOVING VAN Largest and best equipped In the city for local and long distance moving. Furniture crated, s ored or shipped. FORREST MONGER 200 S. 7th 8t. Phone 2808 J. L. M'NEILL. AUTO VANS Gilt Edee Moving Service I, Phone 2564 e?"T HOUSEHOLD GOODS Stored in prac tically fire-proof electric lighted building. Get our prices. ED A. FELTMAN STORAGE HOUSE, 609 Main St. Phone 2039. Local and Long Distance Moving Phones. Residence 1568, Office 2228 Charles Wade. irover. Phone 1238 RICHMOND . STORAGE CO. W. Q. Baker, Proprietor Rear 19 So. 11th St. Concrete and steel construction and steam heated. MOVING & STORAGE Local and long distance moving and general draylng. W. E. Evans. 320 Lincoln St., Phone D105 Offiice and Stock Fixtures 17A Office Desks. Chairs. Safes and Filing Cases. Bartel & Rohe. REPAIRING AND CLEANING 17 We repair bicycles and almost every thing. Call for and deliver. Phone 30S6. Weslev Rrwn Son. FUR N ITUR ERE P Al RING 17 FURNITURE neatly repaired and re flnlshed. We repair almost everything Work called for and delivered. Cook"s Repair Shop, 122 West Main. Phone 3252. , Furniture neatly repaired. Work called for and delivered and guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Loula O. Veregge, Shop rear of 41 N. 11th St.. facing A. J. C. DARNELL CO. Picture Framing, Grlrading Knives, Baby Cab Ttree, new arod second hand Bicycles. We repair anything. 1020 Main. Phone H93G. EDUCATIONAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS THOUSANDS Men and Wonvtn for Government De partments, Railway Mall. Postofflce. Customs. Internal Revenue. $1,000 to J1.SO0. Examinations soon. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars re garding examinations writ J. C. Leo nard (former Cl11 Service Examiner) 320 Kenols Building. Washington. MISCELLANEOUS--FOR SALE 21 COAT For sale. lUdy's heavy winter. 204 N. 22. CORN CRIB Good, for sale. Holds 250 bu. 909 N. W. 5th. Household goods, liay and bicyeflo for salo Immediately. lOftS S. I St. HOrJSE For- sale. Single" foot sad dle horse any lady can ride or drive. Phone 3129. OFFICE DESKS. Csairs. Safes, Fillag Cases and Typewri aers. Bartel & Rohe. Piano andbeneh. davenport, gas range, sanitary couch, nursery chair. Iron bed for sale. Inquire 62 S. 17th St. Phone 1975. Small corn crib for sale. Phone 3193. S RTTiF VUtTS 'For 1 sk1. 217 N. Sth. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22 All kinds of Kood vised Furniture and Stoves bought and sold at Townsend'a 533 Main. Phone lf96. Bundle Laundry w; inted to do for ladies and Klrls nnploycd. Address Laundry, care Pal tadlum. FURNITURE Warfted. Will pay you rash for pood household furniture. J. W. B rammer. 6 to Main. Phone 1469. FLNfTVFTE and Stoves. Home Sup- ply Store. 1S1 Ft. "Wayne Ave. Ph. 1862 iUNK Ve pay -Aore for scrap iroTrJ metals, hides, trllow. ragrs and junk. Henry HolzapfeV Phone 2098 or 4104. HAW FUR'S Y anTed, 634 North fOth St. Highest .martet prices paid. Ed Burns. RAW FURS H'a nted at Anderson's i.ioery iiarn. isorm nn ot. evnj urday. Higrhrst market prices paid . rl n A ft ... .n a. DdvIb Rm aim n tat, ci. -1 . i i. . . . . . . SELL your junlt tiTsam Jaffe. We pay more for sump. Phone 2047. "WANTED TO,"bO Y Lar ge size heat Ing stove. Plio-e 1831. 227 South6th. music JoT ' instruments 23 EXCHANGE Your piano for a Vlc trola or btiy a used piano through me and save the dealer's profit. Walter B. Fulghuim. . OOP Main St vTolin and EiJ.merson Piano for sale. 4"1 S Sth. MAfJP INERY & TOOLS 24 W 3 Buy and Sell SECONDHAND MOTORS , All kinds of Rewinding and Repairing done Work Guaranteed CALL 4138 Work fflJled for and delivered. SP CIAL AT THE STORES 2& ' . GUNS For Rent 75c Per Day SHELLS $.85 and $1.00 per box. WAKINK & CO., Opposite Court House TYPFi? RITER Desks and. Chairs. Bar Rohe. ' ' 1 ; - - RE,D PALLADIUM WANT PAGE SITUATIONS WANTED FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 27 CORN For sale. Several hundred bush els of new corn in crib. Call Or in A. Miller, care The Miller-Kemper Co. DRESSED Chickens For sale. Phone 4071. FRESH BUTTERMILK Delivered any- where. Phone 3843. TURKEYS For Thanksgiving. !Call 167 Bridge Ave. Phone 4720 iWill deliver. Burley Jordan. BUILDING MATERIAL8 28 The MILLER-KEMPER Co. N. V. 2nd & Center Sts. Phones 3847 4447. For all kinds of Building Ma terial. BUILDING MATERIALS 28 RICHMOND LUMBER CO. Lumber. Mlllwork. Phones 3209 3307 LIVE STOCK & VEHICLES 31 HORSES, two, for sale, rubber tired surrey, electric meat grinder. J. F. Maher Meat Market. , HORSE For sale, 9 years old. good worker and driver. Box E 5108 care Palladium. PET STOCK AND POULTRY FERRETS 32 40 and 85.00. Phone 1356 or 4179. ' AUTO MO El LESTFO RSALE 33 Buick Top. Windshield and Spot Light for sale. Phone 1728. USED CARS FOR. SALE 1917 Ford Touring $500 1917 Ford Coupe $550 1914 Ford Touring ..... . .$350 1912 Ford Roadster ..... .$200 1917 Dodge Touring S850 1916 Dodge Touring $750 1918 490 Chevrolet ...... $675 1916 490 Chevrolet ......$500 1915 BabyJGrand Chevrolet $450 Bethard Auto- Agency 1117 Main St. VULCANIZING. 35 VULCANIZING and RETREADING Practice War Time Econ omy on your tires We can Vulcanize to your entire Satisfaction. W. S. TRAYLOR, 17 South 9th St. APPLY Gates Half-Sole Tires your worn casings. Vulcanizing:. H Tiibpslnpr. 1134 Main St. WELDING over H. 35 THOS. TURNER & SON Boiler Repairs, Machine Work Auto Cylinder Reborlng Acetyline Welding. PHONE 1226 ALO LIVERY & GARAGES 36 8TH & NORTH C ST. For rent, four garage rooms. Phone 1412. E. Louck. HOUSES APTS. TO RENT 33 8TH ST., SOUTH 40 For rent, modern eixnt room house. Knode. 10TH ST.. SOUTH 48 Modern hous for rent. Furnace and bath. Call K. H Harris, Palladium Bldp.. Phone 2360. 19TH ST., SOUTH 29 Modern house for rent. Phone 2914. APARTMENT For rent in Keystone, Second Floor. Jonas Gaar, 1426 Main St. D ST., NORTH 1519 Upper Duplex, modern. 4 rooms and bath for rent. 8. O. Tate. FLAT Modern 5-room for rent. Geo. JB. Moore, 214 So. 4th or Phone 2165. HOUSE For rent, 6 rooms, two acres grround on Center street opposite Cabi net CO., 103 South 4th. RIDGE, 1230 House. Rent $8.00. Twelf th month free. Phone 2686. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 42 BENNETT & PARKEK All kinds of real estate for sale. A square deal to both buyer and seller. 213 Union Bank Bldg.. phond 2707. Hill KRAI, ESTATE an! FARMS ser A. M. ROBERTS. Liberty Ave. Office 18 9th. Phone 4171. HOUSE For sale, six roomed, modern except bath. Phone 4153. HOUSES FOR SALE Two E-roomed houses, SI 2.50 each. One 4-roomed house, $10.50; one 3 roomed house. SI 0.50. No Interest, tax or Insurance. Stav 100 months then deed. Call 325 West Main St. FARMS FOR SALE 43 FARM BARGAINS Farms from G to 200 acres; price S100 to $200 per acre. Pretlow Block. Winchester, Ind. Thompson and Frazer. FARMS FOR SALE. 43 FOR TRADE 40 acres in Manastee County, Michigan, for rooming house. Judson St. Clair, Jefferson Flats, N. 15th and A, Richmond. PREBLE COUNTY FARMS 60 Acres, (rood land, more than half fine bottom, no stream, good seven room house, bank barn, good loca tion, price $150 per acre. Possession March 1st. 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. THANKSGIVING SPECIAL This Week only 109 Acres Well improved and--un-derdrained. Good walnut and sugar tree land $135 per acre. Might con sider city property in part payment. BENNETT and PARKER , Union National Bank Bldg. Richmond. Ind. Phone 2707 MONEY TO LOAN. 46 1 for any purpose at the S. Legal Rate in sums up i)n Sann OA nn norannol property. The State Investment & Loan Co. Room 40 Colonial Building. Richmond, Ind. ' Phone 2560 mm Pershing, Ind. Dr.' and Mrs. C O. Haffner of Pitts burg, Pal, are spending a few. weeks here with Mrs. Sarah Fisher Char les Bertsch and family of Cambridge City spent Sunday with Henry Bertsch and family. . . . Mrs. Ray Doll Is recov ering nicely from a bad case of influ enza.... Mr. and Mrs. Waypole of Richmond spent Sunday with his sis ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Laws...... Everett Rhodenberg has bought the home of the Kepler heirs on East Main St. He is going to re model it and make it his home in the spring.. .. .Mr. and Mrs. William Behr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mil lard Warfel, of Richmond.. .Mrs. Wal ter Fletcher of Richmond spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. William T and family. .. .Louis Rusk has gone to the country to care for his son Herbert .and family who are all seriously ill with Influenza. ...The Junior Sunday school class of the Evangelical church spent a pleasant afternoon Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Hunt.,.. Miss Ruth Wilson, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Eliason of this place, who recently took a civil ser vice examination for government cler ical work, was called to report at Washington to take a position, she left to engage in her new work last Sat urday. She writes her grandparents that she is highly pleased with her new duties and is getting along nicely. Cambridge City, Ind Mrs. Fred Ashbaugh of Indianapolis will spend Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Isaac Davis .Mrs. Lillle Goodwin is visiting at Indian apolis. .. .Mrs. Elam Barefoot of Cow en, Ind., is visiting Mrs. Barbara Barefoot Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Leist er will spend the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Caleb Leister at Co lumbus, O Mrs. Anna Strickler moved to Richmond Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fink were in Rich mond Friday.. ..Mrs. Sussie Guy ton has returned from Logansport where she has been with her son and fam ily Mr. and Mrs. Leon Allison vis ited Muncie friends over Sunday. . . . Miss Charlotte Dinwittie leaves this week for Pottsdam, Pa., where she will spend the winter with relatives.. ..Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams have moved to Richmond. ..... .Mrs. Dora Backer of Straughns is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Hoover. READ PALLADIUM WANT PAGE NOTICE TO HEIRS, CREDITORS, ETC. In the matter of the estate o" Rebec ca J. Watt, deceased. In the Wayne Circuit Court. October Term, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Benjamin F. Harris as Administrator of the es tate of Rebecca J. Watt, deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Cir cuit Court on the 28th day of Decem ber, 1918. at which time all heirs, cred itors or legatees of said estate are re quired to appear in said Court and show Cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should ' not be approved. BENJAMIN F. HATtRIS. Administrator. Benjamin F. Harris, Attorney. Nov. 26; Dec. 3-10 24-AlHf LET A WAfT AO SELL YOUR PROPERTY MONEY TO LOAN 48 MONEY TO LOAN . Before borrowing, see us, WE CUT THE! RATE on very loan we make, saving the borrower from six to eighteen percent per mum. If you have a loan at the legal rate of Z percent per month, we will lend you the money to pay it off and more K you want It, at LESS THAN THE LEGAL RATE. SAVE THE DIFFERENCE Loans made on H. H. Goods, Live Stock, Musical ZsatrumonUk Dia monds, Automobiles and other personal property. PAYMENTS TO SUIT TR3 BORROWER Call, phsao or writ Business Men's Remedial Loan Association Ground Floor Pal TZ'.ag. Phone ltla DIRECTORS H. H. Peelle W. O. Seaney C B. Beck L. A. Handler A. L. Jenkins W. A. Bond H. O. Clark, Manager. ' PUBLIC SALE 48 PUBLIC SALE 48 BOOKOUT'5 CLEAN-UP SALE I, the undersigned, will offer and sell at my premises all my personal prop erty, located 1 mile northwest of Losantville. Ind., on THANKSGIVING DAY, NOV. 28, 1918 15 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES 15 -lBIack Team, coming 6 and 7 years old, weight 3300 and as good a work pair as lives. 1 Brown Gelding, weighing 1600. extra good and well broke. 1 Black, coming 4 years old, weight 1250, good worker. 1 Roan Yearling Filly, draft type and good. 1 Sorrel Filly, a making of a real mare. 1 Brown Year ling Horse Colt, good one. 1 Sorrel Driving mare, 7 years old, family mare. 1 Gray Mare, 7 years old, a good worker. MULES 1 span of coming 3 year old Mules, weight 2375. sound and hard to beat. 1 span of coming 7 and 8 year old Mules, weight 2700, good workers. 1 span of coming 3 year old Sorrel Mules. Mare and Horse, good broke and and no better worker ever lived. 75 HEAD OF CATTLE 75 15 head of Fresh Cows Including Shorthorns, Jerseys and Holsteins and are the right kind. 25 head of Springer Shorthorn Cows that will be fresh In weeks and will show for themselves sale day. Balance of Cattle consists of Yearlings. Some Butcher Cattle. A few good Bulls. This Is the best bunch of cattle I have ever offered In my former sales and on sale day will show you I have what I advertised. 150 HEAD OF HOGS 150 20 HEAD OF BROOD SOWS 20 20 head of Duroc Brood Sows, double Immuned, all bred. 80 head of Feeders, weight from 90 to 150 and the Yight kind. 50 Fall Pigs, weight 49 to 50 lbs. 1 good Duroc Male Hog. Most of these Hogs are immuned and will do the buy eh good. 50 HEAD OF SHEEP 50 50 head of coming 3 year old Siieep, all , bred. 1 good Buck. HAY AND GRAIN Will sell some Corn, Oats, Hay and Straw . FARM IMPLEMENTS lTurnbull Wagon, good as new; 1 good Farm Wagon: 1 Manure Spreader; 1 Double Disk; 1 Spring Tooth Harrow, 1 8-foot Binder, good as new; 1 John Deere Corn Plow; 1 good Corn Planter, International Check Rower and Fertilizer Attachment; 1 Holler; 1 Hay Tedder; 2 Disk Wheat Drilla, fertiliz er attachment, and several other articles too numerous to mention. HARNESS 1 extra set of Brass Mounted Harness; some Buggy Harness, and 1 good Buggy, etc. ; . , - . ; - Everyone cordially Invited to attend my sale as it will sell, a I have no use for It and the best bunch of property I have ever offered to the public. Will sell under tent rain or shine. Live Stock will be delivered half way to the buyer free. v - TERMS MADE KNOWN ON. DAT OF SAEL Sale will start at 19:30 prompt so I can get It all sold In one day. All trains will be met at Losantville. -Dresbbach, Ross and Conway, Aucts. , Frank Thompson. Clerk. WILL SERVE A KEAL CHICKEN DINNER AT 12 O'CLOCK FRANCO-PRUSSSIAN VETERANS AND PRINCE CEREMONY MARKING DELIVERANCE OF r M t ,i 1 HI' I w' ' Ire ' V - "it '-s. P !:f ' d Prince of Wales, indicated by arrow, and Franco-Prussian war veterans, " Denain. The deliverance of Denain from the hands of the Germans by the Canadian troops in the closing .days of the war was marked by an impressive ceremony. The Prince of Wales represented Eng- Webster, Ind. Miss Alta Wilcoxson of Fort Wayne, Ind., spent the week-end with Mr3. Viola Wilcoxson of Webster Mrs. Jennie Jessup has gone to visit her sister, Mrs. Lon Russell, who is se riously sick at Marion, Ind..... Will Moore newly ecelted trustee has moved into his new home in Webster. ....Rev. and Mrs. Ulmer of Chester spent Friday afternoon with Chas. Hollingsworth Mrs. Viola Wilcox son spent Wednesday night with her .son Harry Wilcoxson in Richmond Mrs. Lizzie Jarrett is spending her ..Miss Mary Louise Burnett leaves Tuesday to spend the winter in Flori da with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher. Glenn Miller, who has been em ployed as mail clerk, was called home to report for physical examination. On his returning back he expects to i.au vu iui. auu iti-io. mi in.x:Bi, iiaiiis Pittsburg, former residents of Web- ster C. Hinshaw, north, of Webster, is siak at this writing. . . .Mrs. Metta Hendershott was called to Richmond this week on account of the illness of vacation with relatives in Webster., their daughter Wanetta Mr. Gib- son's family west of Webster, is sick ; nf infliipnra. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Phnrlps; of influenza. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers, west of Webster, spent Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday of thit'; week in Indianapolis Mrs. Flora Fulton visited Mrs. Lonie Demree Fri day Miss Valma Gibson of Bloom- ington has returned home for a few days C. W. Augspurger and son, Raymond, of near Fountain City, was calling on friends near Webster Fri day.... Mr. and Mrs. Charles HnlHna- worth called on Mrs. Naomi Planken - horn Sunday-. . .Mrs. Ivan Moore and sister Lor en a Bond were Richmond visitors Saturday. " The French women emplayed at A. R. C. stations in France darned more than 50,000 pairs of American soldier 60cks MONEY TO LOAN 46 I a real pair. 1 Odd Mule, good size and Baled Wheat and Rye Straw. DOC. BOOKOUT land at the services. Veterans rot the Franco-Prussian war stood by with their standard while the' Aire of the Church of Denain re ceived the prince in behalf of the grateful residents. The Canadian HEAT AfWfStSK t . . . T . f . . f uureM,ul 001 '( A NICKEL'S worth of peanuts - on holidays is a grand insti- tution, but the peanut as a ilifesaver has had little or no atten- jtion in this country," says Mr. Frank feaackes, Vice President and General taled Manager of the American Steel .& wire company. Meal made from hulled peanuts contains over 47 per cent crude pro tein and is more valuable than cotton seed meal. Peanut meal, which is made of unshelled nuts, contains 23 per cent protein and 23 per cent fibre. Even this mixture Is higher In pro tein than most dairy feeds. li "Th peanut is in its infancy. We pre now growing about two million ; (acres of this crop, which ought to j -yield something like fifty million j .bushels. The crop of 1916 was double (that of 1909 and the price is going Ihigher. I j ..TbJ'a development is due largely to j the improvement of machinery. Pea 1 nut hay alone will pay the entire cost .of production. it "Most of the factories making pea nut products are located In Virginia, but Texas, Alabama and Florida are each producing more peanuts than the Old Dominion, and their" commercial clubs should see that localities where ; peanuts are particularly prolific are j provided with factories. , j j "We eat perhaps 25 per cent of the ! -total crop, either roasted or salted or jin coniections. remaps ten million pounds are made into peanut butter every year, and let me tell, you that peanut butter is the most highly nutri tious food we have because it contains one and one-half times as much pro Itein, over three times as much fat, 'and over three times as much fuel County. Commissioners. to Hold State Meet The state convention of Indiana County Commissioners' association will be held at Logansport on the 4th, 5th and 6th of December. The dates for this convention were originally set for early November, but postponemen' was necessary on ac count of the influenza quarantine. Special interest is felt throughout the state in the proceedings of this year, as many very important matters in regard to road construction and other county activities will be dis cussed and acted upon. . A very large atendance and a very interesting meeting seems assured. Hagerstown, Ind, Terry Walker and Anthony Hower represented the I. O. O. F. order of this place at the grand lodge at Ind ianapolis last week Mrs. Gladys Hoover and mother, Mrs. John Pritch ard, of Warsaw, were guests Wednes day of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leavell and they were entertained on Thursday by Mrs. Mary Leavell Miss Jessie La Velle, of Washington C. H., O.. is as sisting in nureing at the home of her cousin, Wm. Leavell, Mr. Leavell be ing scik with a cold and asthma and Fred Leavell, who came home from Camp Humphreys and has been very sick with influenza and pneumonia. ....Miss Marvell Woollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Woollard, was married Saturday morning at eight o'clock to John IT." Milton, of Morris, 111., at the parsonage, by the Rev. J. W. Gruber. They left on the noon train for Missouri, where they will be guests of Ms relatives. After the first of December they will be at home on their farm near Morris, OF 'WALES ATTEND DENAIN BY CANADIANS - ' in foreground, attending ceremony at ' corps commander and his staff represented the gallant Dominion forces. French girls in native cos tume presented the prince, with flowers. value as round steak. In addition it contains 17 per cent of carbohydrates totally lacking in steak. 1 "We have been importing from eih rope several million gallons of peanut oil every year, but war conditions have awakened us to our own ability; to make four or five million gallons more at home. The low grades make fine soap. "If you want to eat the finest confec tion ever devised, make Saratoga po tatoes in peanut oil instead of lard. ! "We make most of our peanut oil from the unshelled nuts, which has an earthy taste, which makes It a poor table oiL Besides, the shells will ab sorb a great deal of our oil maybe five or ten gallons for every ton of peanuts crushed without shelling, but when the oil is made from shelled nuts which are blanched, de-germed and thoroughly cleaned before being pressed, most people would prefer it to the kind of olive oil which we have been getting. j "Peanuts are a great hog feed, al though they make the meat soft and the lard oily unless supplemented by corn or other concentrates but howj the hogs love theml We ought to be able to raise four hundred pounds of pork per acre by using a movable! fence in the field. j "We grow about twenty million dol lars' worth of peanut hay. We ought! to have at least twice that much, and. I hope to see as much attention given! Lit LUIS WUUUC11IU UVU U UW1Q BU been to alfalfa. there is a county agent should have! a peanut organization. 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