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AMBULANCE aV UNDERTAKERS 1A
Hunt & Walt.erman
1014 Main St. Tol. 1T
Kr UTE A SMITH
14 N. th St. Phone m4.
1106 Main St.
DEATHS AND F L'NE RAL NOTICE SI
i 1 AWE KOTTrJ The funeral of Mrs.
Louisa Hawekotte will take place Sat
urday, 2 p. m. from the home, 50 So.
18th St.. Rev. Rohlflna of f iclatlnff.
Tr.trmnt will be In Lutheranla.
Friends may call any time Friday
afternoon and evening. '
The most essential part of a strictly
A-l quality Monument Is the material.
Whv not use the best Stock.
JOHN P. EMSLIB. 15 So. 10th St.
HTAMPI.VO and KMBROIDERINQ to
nMer, 10 North 10th.
LOST AND FOUND
Child's fur neck piece lost.Phone JS033.
Pslr" Udv's nose'glasses In black case
lnt between 8th sad 16th on N. A.
Tftnrn to 21 f N. lth St.
HELP WANTS D MALE
"5 Men and Boys wanted to buy a Pro
gress Cap, the bet cap made, 1.60.
The Progress Store, 912 Main" St.
"ablnet maker and finisher, one that
has experience on kitchen cabinets
wanted. Address 1200 The Richmond
ncNO MEN. 1 and over, are eligible
for government railway mall clerks.
t2 month. For free particulars re
tarding examinations, write J. C.
Leonard (former civil servlre esm
lnr). 992 Kenois Building, Waahlne-
""special" Entrance day
Monday. Feb. 3. Do not put off this
Important affair any longer. Write,
phone or call at offtce and get parti
culars. Day and night school. Rich
mond Business Collego. Phone 3040.
HELP WANTE3 FEMALE
APPRENTICR GIRL Wanted at once.
Kllhorn Millinery uo.
DISHWASHER -Wanted, City Restau
rant. ExperVmd milliner, maker and sales
lady wanted ut once. Apply after
noons. Klelhorn Millinery Co.
YOUNG" 'LADY Wanted". Steno. and
bookkeeper. Fulghum's, 10th & Main.
WASHWOMAN -Wanted" to" "wash at
tho hmiw. 401 S. 2th. Phone 2oa.
Agen and Salesmen Wanted. 7
AOKNTS Wanted to sell the only of
ficial history of the World War. One
volume. 600 pages, 200 Illustrations.
Official maps and documents. Intro
duction lv General Pevton C. Ilarch,
highest officer in. U. S. army. Gen
eral Pershing's Iwn sMry. Great
money maker. 323 to $40 .1 day easily
mnuV. Book sells at $3.00 your pro
fit $1.20. Send $2.00 money order or
stamps to cover cost of postage for
actual books to sell with. Money re
funded if not satisfied. Rig premiums.
' One volume given free with every 15
. book sold. Oct busy. Act quickly.
Territory going "fast. Sells on sight.
Profits almost unbelievable. Earl
Cummluga of Charlevoix, Michigan,
soM 40 honks In 5 hours. James
Kh'.rtr, Lakota, North Dakota. 72
books In 2 days. Liberty War Book
Asi.soeln.tlon. 1828-28 Penobscot Build
in K-Detrolt. Michigan.
Experienced married man with small
fnmlly wants plate on farm. Call 121
Nursing In confinement cases by Mrs.
Miller. McConaha Flats, Apt. No. 8,
H.iuth 4th St.
WASHINGS Wanted. Itlchmond Home
Laundry. 16 1 it Main St. Phone 1768.
ROOMS FOR. RENT
TH ST., NORTH 122 Housekeeping
ftl IST..N6ltf H 1 25urnisjied"rooms;
Stif ST.. NonTH"86 For rent. Fur
nished room, modern
6Tllsfr S'frnriTl Fine front room
furnished, all modern.
llOOi For rent. Modern furnished
room. Ladv with reference. Call after
6 p. m. 1027 tt Main. Flat 2.
Wind Mill repairing any part of
fVrttervlllo Telnhon 2.
BUILDING tk. CON TK ACTING 13
The MILLER-KEMPER Co.
V. W. 2nd & Center Sts. Phones 3247-
3267-3347. All kinds of lumber and
mlllwork. General contracting and
JF Slectrle Pump Systems for city and
MEEKHOFF. 9 a 9th.
Classified Advertising Pays.
Situation Wanted Ads Free
In order to do our share to secure positions for the returning "ojdlera.
Sailors and Marines, the Palladium will insert a Situation Wanted ad free in
its Want Ad Columns for any of the boys in khaki or hue who desire .
Employers will find It to their advantage, and will perform a Pnoue
duty, by reading these ads and making therefrom their selections for capable
emPGiYe your name to Lawrence Handley In the Comstock building.
Can You Place
Ml CLERICAL OR COOK Returned
marine. Cannot do heavy work. Ad
dress A-l Palladium.
TM-mKICERPER or OFFICE WORK
22 years of ag-e. discharged from navy.
Address A-2, Palladium.
MM GROCERV CLERK Discharged
soldier. Address A-3, Palladium.
SALESMAN. Wholesale Grocery 22
years of ag-e. Address A-4. Palladium.
IBI CLERICAL WORK 28 years of
atce. Address A-5. Palladium.
CLERICAL or CHAUFFEUR Re
turned soldier, age 24, married, Ad
dress A-7. Palladium.
TRUCK DRIVER Or any kind of
work, discharged soldier. Address B-l,
fan. TRUCK DRIVER Or Garage me
chanic. 22 years of age, discharged
from Engineer Corps. Address B-3,
S9 TRUCK DRIVER Or Core Maker,
discharged soldier. Address B-4 Pal
ladium. CLEANING AND PRESSING 17
YOU CAN'T DISGUISE
Good Thing like our
Cleaning and Pressing
Service. The quality of
the work Is easily appar
MOVING A STORAGE
AUTO MOVING VAN
Largest and best equipped In the city
for local and long distance moving.
Furniture crated, s'ored or shipped.
?na R 7th 8t Pnotie 08
Vovtvo BTORA9W Local and long
flstnce mov!. and general dravlng.
W. E. Evans. 330 Lincoln St. Phone
FURNITURE neatly repaired and re
finished. We repair almost everything
Work called for and delivered. Cooks
Repair Shop. 122 West Main. Phone
J. C. DARNELL CO.
Picture Framing. Grinding Knlvea.
Baby Cab Tires, new and second nana
Bicycles. We repair anything. 1020
Main. Phone 1930.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 21
All shelving, counters for sale. In Rol-
Ings building, nun ana roam
Bicycles and all kinds of repair work.
Phone 8080. Wesley Brown A Son.
Forsalei walnut bedroom
Suite, ivory bedroom suite,
412 S. 15TH ST.
.1 C. S. drafting outfit
"for "safe, 220
Locust "post's" for'sale. Phone $292. ;
OLiVER TYPEWRITER For "sale.
RELIABLE MATCHES The safety
household match. One box 7c; 12
boxes 75e. Feltmari's Cigar Store, 609
t children's. American Shoe Shop, 402 ,
Spanish-leather 'couch for sale, good
condition. Phone 2246.
ISEWINQ MACHINES Good, used,
j for sale. II. D. LACEY, 9 South 7th.
I Phone 1756. i
jpEIRCEBiCVCLE and two water pow-
I er motor washing . machines for sale ,
I st 885 N. 12th St.
Wood Cook Stove, $10.00; Coal oil coo
stove. $2.00. J. M. Foster, 115 S. W. 1'
. Br.?- ; "
Wigs for ladies, doll . wigs and hair
switches to make. Frances issteuo, 111
North 3rd. Phone 1821.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22
All kinds of good used Furniture and
Stoves bought and sold at Townsend's
533 Main. Phone 1296.
FURNITURE Wanted. Will pay you
cash for good household furniture.
J. W. Brammer. 520 Main. Phone 1469.
FUKNITCrF. und Stoves, home 8up
nlv Store. 1 at Ft. Wavne Ave. Ph. 186
Glass show case wanted. Must be eight
feet long. Box D 4019 Palladium.
RAW FURS and FERRETS Wanted.
634 N. 10th St. Ed Burns.
ELL your Junk to Sam Jaffa! W, pay
more for same. Phone 1047.
V1CTROLA Iirge. wanted to buy.
John H. Schell. Phone 3474 or 2197.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 23
BASS VIOL For sale, three-quarter.
Call evenings, 433 South 9th.
KXCHANUU Your piano for a Vlc-
trola or buy a used piano through me
and save the dealer's profit Walter
M. Fulahum. 1000 Main St
PIANO TUNING. Been at It 21 years,
n. V, Roberta. Phone 4110.
Richmond Record Exchange
7 So. lltn St.
Over Hundred New
Records added last
MACHINERY A TOOLS
RICHMOND BOILER WORKS. N. W. 1st
St Richmond Ave. Boiler Repairing and
Flue Welding. Phone 3097. Jacob Kern.
GASOLINE ENGINE For sale. 210 Si
10th. Phone 4097.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 27
Potatoes for sale, $1.35 bu. delivered.
Onions. 86c hu. Phone 8476.
Alslke clover seed for sale, $20 per
bushel. A. W. Swayne. Economy, Ind.
The MILLER-KEMPER Co.
N. W. 2nd Center Sts. Phones S247-3267-3347.
For all kinds of Building
RICHMOND LUMBER CO.
Lumber. Mlllwork. Phones 3209 3307
PLANTS AND SEEDS
Little Red Alslke. Timothy. Alfalfa
GEO. BREHM CO.. 617 Main.
THE RlCHMONp PALLADIUM AND SUN-TiSLKGliAM
for Soldiers and Sailors
tcnnnwriiivEn Discharged sol
dier. Address niiaoiuni.
maphivist Discharged . soldier.
Address C-2. Palladium.
DRAFTSMAN 20 years of age. dis
charged soldier. Address C-3, Palla
tattd vxtKflV.n anil PAINTER
29 years of age, discharged soldier, Ad
dress C-4. fauaqium.
1Kb LATHE and DRILL PKbbii-ii
years of age, discharged soldier. Ad
dress C-5. palladium.
otmcn uptit. wnRKKR Or srro-
eery clerk, discharged soldier. Address
tea FARMING, REPAIR or gArauE
work, 25 years of age, discharged sol
dler. Address P-l. Palladium.
B3I LABORER Some .experience at
farming, age 21, discharged sailor. Ad
dress 1-Z. ranaaium
ta, FARM or OUTSIDE WORK Had
two years - in Purdue agricultural
course, discharged apldler. Address
t a pnnPR rnlnroil. ae 27. dis
charged soldier. Address D-4, .Palla
dlum. .j ,
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 30
GROCERY, doing nice businoss, lor
sale or trade. Phone 4S46.
LIVE STOCK AND VEHICLES 31
Wintnii. Waerons. Harness. Vehicles
all kinds and prices, Farm Imple
317 N. A
n Funk's Bisr closing out sale, Feb.
2Sth, Horses, Cattle, Hogs and a full
line or new farming toois.
Wanted to trade lot for cow. 229 North
Registered Percheron mare, 4 years
old. sound; also 1917 5-passenger
Ford. Roscoe Roberts. R. It. D, Rich
POULTRY AND EGGS
COCKERELS For sale, rose
Rhode Island ilea, r none
COLLIE PUPS Pure-bred, natural heel
drivers, male $7; female $5. J. L." Rep
Female Angora Goat for sale. 229 South
Rufus Red does, bred or unbred, for
sale. Phone 2658. '
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 33
I Used Cars
1918 E-49, 7-passenger
Buick, ood as new.
1918 E-45, 5-passenger.
1917 5-passenger Buick.
1916 D-45, 6-passenger
1915 C-25, 5-passenger
1913 Buick, crank start
er, touring car.
We have other cars that
will give good service
and can be had at reason
able prices on reason
1107 Main. Phone 1925
SAXON ROADSTER For sale, electric
starter and lights, good condition.
Cheap of sold at once. Phone 3175.
Premier 7-passenger, 6-cyllnder auto
mobile for sale. In fine condition.
One Ford Touring car. Phone-3474 or
2197. John H. Schell.
FORD TRUCK For sale with a con
vertible bed. adaptable for any farm
use. Guaranteed A-l; also Kmerson
Brantlngton Tractor with 3 plows,
slightly used, guaranteed. Worley
Garage, 15 So. 9th. Phone 1536.
Ford Touring. 1912 $225
Ford Touring, 1916 $375
Ford Touring, 1916 . $400
Ford Touring, 1916 $375
Dodge Touring. 1918 $900
Dodge Touring, 1917'..... $900
Dodge Touring, 1916 $750
Dodge Roadster, 191 8. $S00
Overland Delivery, 1916 $450
Chevrolet Touring. 1914 ..$500
BETHARD AUTO AGENCY
Phone 1041 1117 Main St.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Starter,
lighting and Ignition systems repair
ed. Plehl Auto Electric Co.. 1024 Main.
, AUTO OWNERS ;
Let us do your tire repairing. Save
half and have guaranteed work. Bring
In your old' tires. We make 2-ln-l
tires. 30x3 H at $1.60 to $2.25 for 37x5.
Good used tires and tubes. 28x3 to
17x6 at right prices. We buy old
United Statea and Goodyear Tire
A. J. Miller
Phone 3414. 731 a 8th St
THOS. TURNER & SQN
Boiler Repairs, Machine Work
Auto Cylinder Reboring
Acety line Welding
Save om Tires!
Applied over your worn casings
will: FIX. IT
Cracked or broken cylinders
of any , size of any tjrpe engine
are repaired and made SAk tu
and SOUND with our .
Our WELDING SERVICE
covers repairing of broken met
al parts of practically all kinds
of metal and the work is done
with expert skill and care to in
sure absolute dependable re
A trial proves the work.
WELDEX MFQ.- CO.
Cor 12th & North E Rts. Phone 1494.
Anderson's "Tax! Senric
28 N. 7th Street
Phone 1370 .
HOUSESAPTS. TO RENT 38
3-room house. 540 S 6th, large garden.
Phone Pohlmeyei , ,
12TH ST., SOUTH, House for rent. No.
516. no children. .
lfiTH ST., N. 816 6-room house for
rent. Phono 21R2. '
WANTED TO RENT.
First class modern room, want
ed, private bath preferred. M.
D. McDuffee. Phone 1251.
Five, Six or Seven Room House Wanted
to Rent. Call H. E. Fisher, Palladium.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 42
7-roonv bungalu for sale. Call 204 ei.
I MBNNETT " & PARKER All kinds of
I real estate for sale. A sauare deal to
both buyer ana seller, si umun
Dlilr nl.nna t?fl7
Bight room house with batn ror saie,
1 215 North Ninth street. Phone 2858.
6-room house for sale with bath and
furnace, southeast part 01 cny.
lng town. Phone 1044.
MODERN BUNG 4LOW. with garage,
; for sale, fine location. Box J 10103,
Business Block for sale, south part ot
Richmond. Will trade for small farm.
HOUSE For sale, 6 rooms, modern ex
cept bath. 425 S. 10th or Phone 4153.
High grade modern suburban home for
sale, west Cash, small acreage. Write
- G. 7007 care Palladium. ,
Modern home, first ciass condition,
centrally located. Phone 1977
T. W. HADLBY, 2nd Nat. Bank Bldg.,
Houses on Payments like Rent
Insurance. Fire and Cyclone.
UWAL t.tsiAlt. an-1 r Attain "
A. M. ROBERTS. Liberty Ave. Office
18 So Rth. Phone 4171. ,
FOR S.A L E
A Good Investment
6-room house, in Fair View, rents for
$15 per mo. Price $1,600.00.
Other properties, all different loca
tions, at bargains.
Wanted To Buy
Good double house.
C. M. POSTHER
Phone 1341. 1006 So. B St.
100 ACRES and extra good pair mod
ern buildings, practically all bottom
land. Price $175 per acre.
70 ACRES within 3 miles of Rich
mond. This farm is well located, ex
tra good land and good buildings.
30 ACRES with good buildings, lo
cated on good pike. Price $6,300.
80 ACRES 4 miles of Richmond. Good
buildings. Price $12,600.
220 ACRES 5 miles of Richmond.
This farm is slightly rolling but ex
tra good producer, good pair build
ings with tenant house. Price $90
80 ACRES 4 miles of Richmond, new
bungalow house and bank barn.
80 ACRES. 2 miles of Richmond, lo
cated on main pike with extra good
house and barn, good land, real bar
120 ACRES all level ,and black soil
with good buildings and extra good
land. One of the best farms in the
county with 70 acres of wheat rye,
growing rye, within 5 miles of Rich
mond and 2 miles of Boston.
137 ACRES 3 miles of Richmond.
This is equipped for real dairy farm
and good prodmcer, at $125 per acre.
If you are on the market for a farm
we will be glad to show you over our
list. We have a. number of farms
not mentioned that we can give pos
session of March 1, 1919.
. .. $ee
310-11 Colonial Bldg. Phone 1097.
If j FARMS FOR SALE 43
1! IREJML ESTATE .-
KlDAY, J AN. 31,' ViVt.
FARMS FOR SALE
142 Acres for sale. Just the edge of
Henry county, slightly rolling, 180
acres In cultivation, balance In tim
ber. House with large rooms, barn
40x65. silo and double cribs. large tool
shed poultry and wood houses, fairly
well fenced In about 25 acre fields,
well ditched. Price $125 per acre. Ad
dress Boa P. 4109, palladium.
130 Acres all fine level land, located on
good pike and near traction line, good
buildings, good fences and well ditch
ed. No better land in Preble county.
Price $164.00 per acre, easy terms.
, C. C. HAWLEY,
New Paris. Ohio.
MONEY TO LOAN.
to pay off your small
bills, and start the New
Year right Legal rates and easy
THE STATE INVESTMENT
& LOAN CO.,
Room 40, Colonial Bldg.
Phone 2560. Richmond, Ind.
WAYNE. COUNTY FARMERS,
TJ. S. Government Farm Loans at 5H
for 5 to 40 years. See Mendenhall and
McKlnley at 203 Mouch Bldg.. New
castle, Ind., any time or N. O. McKln
ley on Saturday of each week at the
office of the
WAYNE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Why not put all of your tills
Into one, . and owe only one
Have you the money to do
this? If not, we will loan you
what you need.
We make loans on furniture,
pianos, fixtures etc., without re
moval. For Example
$40, Total Cost $3.50
For Four Months
Or if you need more money
and want 'longer time, we will
loan you any amount up to $300
and give you 20 months' time to
pay back if you desire.
However. If you prefer you
can repay In full at any time and
you will be charged interest only
for actual number of months
loan is carried, at strictly legal
Come in and get Free Booklet
"The Twenty Payment Plan",
which explains everything.
Call, Write or Phone
Room 8, Colonial Bldg.,
Cor. Main & Seventh Streets.
Under State Supervision
C. w: BUNDY'S
Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Etc. on
'FEB. 18. 1919
C. W. BUNDY
The American Trust and Savings
Bank, Administrator of Estate of
Flora M. Clawson, Deceased, vs. Paul
ine M. Pressnall, Leslie D. Clawson,
Bernard H. Clawson, Raymond E.
Clawson, in the Circourt Court of
Wayne County, Indiana, January
To Leslie D. Claweon, Bernard H.
Clawson. Raymond E. Clawson, you
are severally hereby notified that the
above named petitioner, as adminis
trator of the estate aforesaid, has
filed in the Circuit Court of Wayne
county, Indiana, a petition, making
you defendant thereto, and praying
therein for an order and decree of
said Court, authorizing the Bale of
certain real estate belonging to the
estate of said decedent and In said
petition described, to make assets for
the payment ot the debts and liabili
ties of said estate; and that said peti
tion, so filed and pending, is set for
hearing in said Circuit Court, at the
Court House in Richmond, Indiana, on
a Judicial day of the January Term,
1919, of said Court, the same being
the 1st day of March, 1919.
WITNESS, the clerk and seal of
said Court, this 23d day of January,
LINUS P. MEREDITH, Clerk.
Jan. 24-31, Feb. 7.
State of Indiana, Wayne County, es:
John Lennard vs. Charles A. Trostle.
To Charles A. TroBtle:
Whereas John Lennard has filed in
this Court his Complaint. Affidavit and
Bond for Attachment of certain prop
erty alleged to belong to you, and alo
his Affidavit that you are a non resi
dent of the state of Indiana, you are
therefore notified that said Cause has
been set for hearing: on the 10th day of
February. 1919, and unless you appear
at that time and answer his Complaint,
nald Cause will be heard In your ab
sence, and an order made for the sale
of said property.
January 17, 1919.
W. B. MARSH.
Justice of the Peace,
Wayne County, Wayne Township, Ind.
NOTICE TO HEIRS. CREDITORS, ETC?
In the matter of the estate of Frank
A. Van Tress, deceased, in the Wayne
Circuit Court, January Term. 1919.
Notice Is hereby given that Wilbern
Ki Bradbury as Administrator of the
estate of Frank A. Van Tress, 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
Circuit Court on the 22nd day of Febru
ary. 1919, 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
WILBERN K. BRADBURY.
John L. Rupe, Attorney.
Jan. SI; Feb.- 7-14
PUBLIC SALE 48
v -11 tl t I
i will sell at dudIic sale at my
.tetter farm, located on the
1 southeast of Richmond, just
Wernle Orphans' Home, on
Beginning at 10
:00 o'clock a. m.,
' 25 HEAD OF CATTLE 25
Fifteen head of milch cows, some that are giving good flow of milk,
some heavy springers and cows with calves by their sides; 1 full
blooded Shorthorn bull, coming yearling; 6 Shorthorn helrfers, coming ,
yearling; 3 pure-bred registered Holstiens, as follows: No. 1, coming
2 year-old bull, granfson of King Segls Pontiac. He carries a double
cross of the blood of King Segis, grandsire of the world champion cow,
Segis Fayne Johanna, 50.68 lbs. ot butter in 7 days. This bull is a grand
individual and is handsomely marked. No. 2, five-year-old cow A. R.' C,
16.66 lbs. of butter in 7 days as a heifer. From the Clothilda family ot
rich milking Holsteins. No. 3 bred to No. 1 due July 11th. Young
daughter of No. 1 and No. 2. Two heavy milking grade-cows. .Three
fine half-blood Holsteln heifers. This is an extra good herd ot dairy -
m cows. .
4 HEAD OF
One match team of dark bay mares, coming 6 years old, weight 3200
lbs., one heavy in foal; 1 dark grey mare, coming 6 years old, weight
1250 lbs.; 1 bay mare, general purpose, coming 9 years old, weight 1050
Forty-one head nice feeders, weighing 110 lbs.; 6 brood sows, due to
farrow 25th ot Feb.; 1 Big Type Poland China boar.
IMPLEMENTS, HARNESS, ETC.
One new Studebaker wagon, with flat bed. hog rack and hay rigging; 1
p Deering mower; 1 Superior 12-disc fertilizer 4-horse wheat drill; 1 Gale'
H corn planter with fertilizer and check row attachment; 1 Janesville
if corn planter; 1 Cultipacker; 1 double disc harrow; 1 for-horse splke-
f tooth harrow; 2 spring tooth harrows; 1 Ohio cultivator; 1 two-row
m corn plow; 1 spring tooth 7-boed cultivator; 1 New Ideal manure
If spreader; 1 six h. p. gasoline engine and feed grinder; 1 extra good ,
H heavy Bet of breeching harness. The above implements are good as .
H new aB they have only had one year's use, ...
HAY AND GRAIN
H Six tons of good timothy hay in mow; 2 tons of good mixed hay in
mow; 600 bushels of good hand-sorted corn; 75 bales ot wheat straw.
g And other miscellaneous articles. - -
1 Terms made known on day of sale. Lunch will be
1 , served on the grounds. "
I PHONE 2975
1 THOMAS CONNIFF, SIMON WEDDLE, FOREST MEEK, Auctioneers.
B ' FRANK TAYLOR, Clerk . : :
As we are leaving the farm we are selling out completely at our residence.
4 miles northeast of New Paris, V mile east of Pleasant Hill church and 8
miles northeast of Richmond on what is known as the Robert Penland farm
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919 "
Beginning at 9:30 a. m. sharp the following property:
8 Horses and Mules 8
One span of mules coming 4 years old, quiet, well broke and a fine work
team. One team of 6-year-old mares, weighing 1350 pounds, fine workers and
a handy farm team. One gray mare 9 years, in foal by a Jack. Two coming
3 years old In foal by jack. Coming 3-year-old black mare weanling colt Two
41 Head of Cattle 41
Five No. 1 Jersey cows, 1 fresh, 1 heavy springer and 3 fresh in April; 3 good
springer cows fresh in April. One heifer with calf by side; 6 springer heifers;
coming 2-year-old Shorthorn bull. Rad heifer; 3 Jersey heifers; 8 good calves.
1 23 Head of Hogs 1 23
Thirty head of good brood sows due to farrow between the 10th of March and
the first of May; 16 feeders weighing fromlOOto 130 pounds; 51 pigs weighing
from 50 to 100 pounds; 10 pigs weighing from 40 to 60 pounds; 15 .weaned
pigs; 1 Poland China male; 1 Duroc Jersey male. 0 ;
35 Good breeding ewes, I Buck. Hay, Grain, Harness,1
Six tons of good mixed hay. Some baled straw. Some loose straw. Some
shredded fodder; 100 bushels of corn in the crib; 1 bushel Little Red clover
seed. Some good oak wagon tongues and coupling poles; 10 sets of good work
harness; double set of Shetland pony harness; 2 sets of work nets, collars,
bridles, lines, halters and etc. Some good household goods consisting ot Cop
per Clad range, coaloil stove, Primrose cream separator. Canned fruit and
many other articles not herein mentioned. ;r ' -
Farming Implements C -
New Idea manure spreader, McCormlck 7-foot binder, 2 riding breaking plows.
Janesville and John Deere, 2 good wagons, hay. loaders, drills and enough good
farming implements to properly care for a 200-acre farm. Six dozen young
hens, 4 dozen being Leghorns. - - -
USUAL TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE 'V':
THOMAS CONNIFF and SIMON WEDDLE, Aucts.
Lunch on the grounds
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
; Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administra
tor of the estate' of Cleveland Affhley.
deceased, by the Wayne Circuit Court
of Wayne County, Indiana. Said estate
Is probably solvent.
BENJAMIN F. HARRIS.
" Jan. 31; Feb. 7-14
I AGti inlKiiuMUSt
I 1 l ' 11-V!
iarm, Known as me nau-. -
Wernle road, two miles;;
'across the road from the :
sharp, the following personal proper-
OF HOGS 48
ED B. REID. Clerk
LET A WANT AD
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