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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM MONDAY, FEB. 10, 1919.' PAGE THIRTEEN THE PALLADIUM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Standardised and Indaxed (or Qutefc Reference, aeeordlnr to Til Basil U Smith System (Copyright) CLASBIFISt) KATES lo par word o par word...... .two "J" lo par word van TO too par word Ow CONTRACT RATKS obtalnad from The Palladium bualnaaa offloe. CLOSING HOURS Atl Want-Ada mwat ba In before 11 a. nf. of day of publication. OUT-OF-TOWN ADS muet ba accom panied by eaah In full paymtnt. a cordlnv to above rataa. THE PALLADIUM reservee the rilM to classify all ada according to iw own rules and regulations. WANT-ADS lrlna: a "letter or num ber." cere this oftlca. can not an swered In paraon. A lattar should ba addraaaad to tha "lattar or number, eara this offloa. Tha advertiser wm call for hla answers and latar call o yen providing your raply to thla aa vertteement pleases htm. s TKLEPHONB your Want-Ada lo mora convanlant to do o. Bill will ba sent to you, and aa thla la an 1 ac commodation norvlca. Tha Palladium zpacta payment promptly upon re ceipt of bill, Phone 2834 DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICES 1 FISHER. ThAOdore 8.. 71 years old. died" Saturday nlarht, Feb. 8. 1919, at hla home. miloa nortn or city, ne la eurvtved by two brothers. Funeral servlcea will take place Tuesday after noon. 1:80, at the home. Interment In Cheater cemetery. Frlanda may call i any time. AMBULANCE o UNDEKTAKER8 1A Jordan, McManua Hunt & Walterr.ian FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1014 Main St. Tal. S17I KrUTB St SMITH Funeral Dlractora 14 V. fth St. Phona 1114. Phone "628 WALTER J. DOAN 1106 Main St. HARRY C. DOAN FTTNWRAL DIRECTORS . MOUMENTAL 1B Nnthlna too Urg-e; nothing- too amalt. Mausoleum or marker. Granite. Mar hl. Soe mv plana for underground family burial vanlte. JOHN'. P. EMS UK, 13 3. 10th St. PERSONALS CARD OF THANKS We wlh to In thla way express our appreciation of the klndneaaea shown us during the death of Mrs. II. WeBter kamp. We wish to esoeclally thank the I.adit-8' Society B. of I F. and E.; also It. of L. I and E. and to all those who no klndlv fnt flowers. Mr. JIKXRV AVESTETtKAMP and fam lly an.l Mr. BERNARD SCHROEDER. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for the kindness shown us during: the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mothrr; also . wish to thank Rev. Davis for his kind words and for the beautiful floral of ferings: also Mr. Doan and Son. Mr. WALTER 8PAHKS Mr. and Mrs. EARL MAPLE Mr. and Mrs. WILL FISHER. SPECIAL NOTICE STAMPING and EMBROIDERING to 1 order. 10 North 10th. !EW MEAT MARKET Once you come in and try us you'll come again. H. E. STEEN, Prop. South 9th and E St. Liberty Lunch Room, Just open today. Home cooking- anil arood service of tlntv to ent. No. 12 North 6th. HELP WANTED MALE An experienced farm hand wanted. Mar . rlod with small family. Box G 7109 care Palladium. ROY Wanted. Poulter'a Grocery. 75 Men and Boys wanted to buy a Pro press Cap. the best ""ftp mad. $1.50. The Progress Store, 912 Main St. Government Railway Mail' Clerk ex euilnatlon (males and females) March 15th. Special full, complete prepara tion onlv $10 by our exp-rt. Former Government Examiner. Enroll torliy nr write for free particulars. "RJIC", Patterson Civil Service School, Roches ter, N. Y. iWfcRNMI:S'T will hold hallway 'Mail Clerk examinations In Richmond March loth. $92 month. Experience unnecessary. Men 18 or over, desir ing clerkships write for free particu lars, .1. L. Leonard (former Civil Ser vice Examiner) 1053 Kenols Building;, Washing-ton. SOLICITORS Wanted. Three men for work In country. Frank R. Chamness, SI 2 North I. HELP WANTEO FEMALE APPRENTICE GIRL Wanted at Shar key's Millinery Store. Middle aired woman wanted for cook! Must do first rlass work. Liberty 1 Luneh room. 12 N. 6th. I Anents and Salesmen Wanted. 7 l SALESMAN Acquainted with local business peo-1 pie to take entire charge or one or two counters. Good chance tc get in business for yourself. Very little . capital. Must have best of refer-1 ences. Give full particulars in letter when can he located. W. I). WOOI). Hotel Arlington. ski.l i;km-:r.Vl pKits iiiNtis sto"ry of the American Army In France with color illustration. Sells at sight. Profit 50 to ItiO;. Send 25c for sam ?ls HerziK K- McLean. Inc.; World Tower nidic. New York. SITUATIONS WANTED 8 Nursing in confinement cases by Mrs. Miller. McConaha Flats, Apt. No. 8. S.)uth4th St. . wTflfNGS Wanted. Richmond Home I j u n ii ry, 1SI6 Main St. Phone 27 6 i. Oiril 13 years old, wants home, coiiii try preferred. Box II 8105 care Palla dium. ROOMS FOR HE NT Large modern furnlahed room. 103 N. 17th. 14TH ST., N. 422 Rooms7iimlshcd for light housekeeping. Reference re- 1 11 1 red. 12TII ST., 8. 4 Pleasantly furnished. room for rent, heat and bath. Phone 1TS6. BUILDING & CONTRACTING 13 . The MILLER-KEMPER Co. N. W. 2nd & Center Sta Phones 3147-SL'67-3347. All klnda of lumber and millwork. General contracting and bulMinir. ELECTRICAL REPAIRING 13 14 W AVER'S ELECTRIC SHOP Pmorf V.lent HmI Work I,rt us have your electric work by contract or by the hour. If you have electric trouble in garage, call us and we will come at once. Work guar- antecd. Phone 4138 or 162o I ' ' 1 , , "" Situation Wanted Ads Free for Soldiers and Sailors la order to do our share to secure position.! tor the returning soldiers. 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 it. Employers will find it to their advantage, and will perform a patriotic duty, by reading these ads and making therefrom their selections for capable employes. Give your name to Lawrence Handle in the Comstock building. v Can You Place These Men? CLERICAL TRADE8 fci CLERICAL OR COOK Returnd 'Zlli:'' . , " , 1 ."" .'V" marina. Cannot do heavy work. . Ad- J WOODWORKER piaeharod sol drasa A-1 Palladium. dler. Addreaa C-l. Palladium. ft BOOKKEEPER or OFFICE WORK MACHINIST - Discharged aoldler. !r y'-HJ" ,"c,har 'f010 navy- Addreaa C-2. Palladium. Address A-8. Palladium. . . a GROCERY CLERK Disoharfad fasl DRAFT8MAN 20 years of age. dls- aoldler. Address A-a. Palladium. charged soldier. Addresa C-3, Pa.Ua- SALESMAN, Wholesale Grocery 22 dlum. ' ygl ' Aff"" A;l' Bl LATHE and DRILL PRESS-27 Ba CLERICAL WORK 2$ yeara of yTara of-are, dlaehared aoldler. Ad age. Addresa A-5. Palladium. dreaa C-5, Palladium. - MS Experienced accountant, auditor 1 " and hookkeepar, dlachara;ed aoldler. ag- Bl SHEET METAL WORKER Or rro- 24. Can give reference. , Addreaa A-8 cary clerk, discharged aoldler. Addresa Palladium. C-6. Palladium. x TRUCK DRIVERS MISCELLANEOUS Ba TRUCK DRIVER Or any kind of r . work, discharged soldier. Addreaa B-I, Bl FARMING. REPAIR or GARAGE Palladium. work, 23 yeara of age. dlacharged aol- B TRUCK DRIVER Or Garage ma: dler Addreaa D-l. Paljadlum. chanlc. 22 yeara of age. dlacharged Ba Experienced farm hand, age 22. dis- from Engineer Corps. Addraas B-3, charged soldier, wanta work by month. Palladium. ' Address D-S. Baj TRUCK DRIVER Or Core Maker, Ba LABORER Some experience at discharged aoldler. Address B-4 Pal- farming, aga 21. dlachc rged Bailor. Ad- ladlum. dreaa D-2, Palladium. PLUMBINQ 14 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22 Elactrlo Pump Syatems for city and country, sea MEERHOFF. 8. th. Have that clatern cleaned While empty. Oesting Plumbing. Phona 1342. c NlNG AND PRESSING 17 YOU CAN'T DISGUISE 1 Good Thing like our Cleaning -and Pressing Service. Tha quality of he work Is oaatly appar ent. WILSON, Phone 1766. The Cleanei MOVING & STORAGE 16 AUTO MOVING VAN Largest and beat equipped In tha city for local and long distance moving. Furniture crated, a'ored or shipped. FORREST MONGER 00 R 7th St Phona M6I HAULING If vou want good aervlee call Dixon. Machinery, Grain Stock Anything Anywhere at Any Time GARFIELD DIXON. Housemover Phone 2365 MOVING A STORAGI5 local and long distance mov!.-iir and general draylng. W. E. Evans. 330 Lincoln St. Phona 3101 FU RN ITU REWEPAI RTR5 f? FURNITURE neatly repaired and re finished. We repair almost everything Work called for and delivered. Cook'a Repair Shop, 123 Wast Main. Phone 3252. J. C. DARNELL CO. Picture Framlnr. Grinding Knives. Raby Cab Tires, new and aecond hand Bicycles. We repair anything. 1020 Main. Phona H3i. RICHMOND SHOE HOSPITAL AND SHOE SHINING PARLOR 909 MAIN ST. Wish to announce to the people of this community that we are conducting a Shoe ' Repair Shop with all modern machinery which en able us to do the very best work (usina the beat mater ial) at medium cost. ALL WORK GUARANTEED REPAIRING DONE WHILE YOU WAIT Give Us a Trial We Also Have A First Class SHOE SHINING Parlor For Ladlea and Gentlemen OFFICE SUPPLIES 17A 23 Office Desks and 50 Chairs to select from. Bartel & Ilohe, 921 Main. "MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 21 Bell Citv Incubator, srood aa new, cheap. Call at 314 North 5th St. Baby Cab "for sale, gray reed, 120 s! 4th street. Cabinet safes, absolutely Bartel & Rohe. fireproof. DRY WOOD For sale. $3.75 per cord, $7.00 per load. Phone 1078. FENCE POSTS FARMERS The largest stock of finest fence posts in Eastern Indiana and West ern Ohio are to be found at the Standard Supply and Transportation Co. First and Main St. Phone 1069 and 2459 We buy in very large quantities, which enable us to cell these posts at a price so low, that you'll won der how we can do it. GARLAND HEATING STOVE Round Dining Table, Guitar. 2?. South 0th. Hersey Bicycles and tires just received. (Jet our prices, some good second hand bicycles cheap. All kinds of repairing. Phone .".OSti. Wesley Brown fc Son. Household goods for sale. S19 South '6th nt once. OLiVER TYPEWRITER For sale. Call Palladium. One six-pocket pool plete, $20.00. 173 Ave. table com Ft. Wayne Richmond Record Exchange 7 So. 11th St. Over Hundred New Records added last week. T. G. ROELL See Oliver Frame, at Greensfork fori hoe repairing-, harness and greasing-, i SHOES Second hand men'a women's, children's. American Shoe Shop, 402 N. 8th. ' Roll Top Desks "and Swivel Chairs. Bartel & r.ohp, s:i Mam. Wet wash laundry. Every wash an ln- dlvidual wash, 6c per lb. no shortage-! Phone 1171 or 1173. WHITE ROTARY "Sit Strate" Sewing Machines for sale. H. D. Lacey, 9 South 7th. Phone 1766. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22 AH kinds of good used Furniture and Stoves bought and sold at Townaend's 638 Main. Phone U9. MKALER8 Wanted by tha week or meal. Home cooking. 131 South 8th St. (S) AUTOMOBILE Wanted to Buy. Used car, must be mechanically perfect, self starter, touring car preferred. Cash If reasonable. Address Box I No. 104. ' KUKMTUKE Wanted. Will pay you cash for good household furniture. J. W. Brammer. 620 Main. Phona FuitNITt RE and Stoves. Home Sup ply Store. 181 Ft. Wavne Ava. Ph. 1M3 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22 SELL your junk to Sam Jaffa. Wa pay mora for same. Phona 3047. Second hand windowa and frames want ed. Roscoe Roberts. R. U. D. Clty MU8ICAL INSTRUMENTS 23 EXCHANGE Your piano for a Vlc trola or buy a used piano through ma and save tha dealer's profit. Walter H Fulahum. 1000 Main St STARR PIANO For sale. 21 South 23rd PIANO TUNING. Baen at It SI years. D. E. Roberts. Phone 4110. MACHINERY A TOOLS 24 RICHMOND BOILER WORKS. N. W. 1st & Richmond Ave. Boiler Repairing and Flue Welrttnar. Phone 3097. Jacob Kern. SPECIAL AT THE STORES 25 Bond Boxes to hold your Liberty Bonds and other valuable papra. Bartel & Rohe. 921 Main. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS 27 Mixed- hay and shock fodder for sale. Roscoe Foberts, U. R. D., City. Oats, Baled Hay and Straw For "Sale- Crystal Ice Delivery Co. 612 N.-A 7 Phone 1371 POTATOES For sale, $1.60 per bushel. Phone 376. POTATOES For sale, home grown and corn fodder. Phone 4235.- BUILDING MATERIAL8 28 The MILLER-KEMPER Co. N. W. 2nd & Center Sta Phones 3247-sm-8347. For all klnda of Building Material. RICHMOND LUMBER CO. Lumber. Millwork. Phones 3209 3307 PLANTS AND SEEDS 29 TESTED Little Red Alstke, Timothy. Alfalfa GEO. BREHM CO.. 617 Main. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 30 FOR SALE Vulcanizing plant in good condition. Priced to sell. E. T. Settler, 1227 Ridge St. . . STOCK ISSUES SOLD for enterprises of merit by Stock House with expert Sales "Organization. Securities Sales Co., National Life Bldg., Chicago. Would you risk $2 per week for 50 weeks to make thousands? A Working Man's Company. By paying $2 per week for 50 weeks, we will offer you something great; most people spend more for drink, to bacco, etc.. but object to spending p. few dollars for their future welfare; particulars. 7024 Jenkins Arcade, Pitta burgh. Pa. LIVE STOCK AND, VEHICLES 31 D. R. Kunk's Big closing out sale. Feb. 25th. Horses. Cattle, Hogs and a full line of rew farming tools. PET STOCK & POULTRY 32 RUFUS RED RABBITS Two bucks, 5 does, not bred; 4 with young, 14 days old. i 90 Sherman Street AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 33 FORD touring car for sale. Phone 2226 afternoon or evening. ilarley-Davldson side car , for sale. Phone 4644. Hamburg, 6 hens, 2 roosters for sale. 1008 S. I. MAXWELL 5-passenger for sale cheap. 41 North 11th. USED CARS Dayton 9 If. P. Motorcycle ..$100 Ford Touring 1914.; $225 Ford Touring 1914 J2S5 Ford Touring 1916 ....$385 Ford Touring 1916 $375 Ford Touring 1916 $425 Ford Touring 1917 $425 Ford Roadster 1916 $375 Chevrolet live stock truck.. ..$250 Overland 1914 $250 Chevrolet Touring 1916 $385 Overland Delivery 1916...... $435 Cadillac Touring 1914 $625 Chevrolet 490 1918...;.... ...$650 Dodge Touring 1916 $750 Dodge Touring 1918 ;...$?75 Dodge Touring 1918 $875 Dodge Touring 1918 ..$1,000 BETHARD AUTO AGENCY Phone 1041 1117 Main St. AUTO SUPPLIES REPAIRS 33 AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Starter, lighting and Ignition systems repair ed. Plehl Auto Electric Co., 1024 Main. Phone 1891. I LET A WANT SELL YOUR "PROPERTY 35 THOS. TURNER & SON Boiler Repalra, Machine Work Auto Cylinder Reborlng . Acetyllna Weldlag PHONE 1226 WELDINQ WILL REPAIR IT What often appears to be a serious, ruinous crack or break in a cylinder, casting or piece of machinery, is but a simple piece of repair work to our EXPERT WELDERS Our welding works wonders in repairing broken metal parts parts that would have to be "scrapped" before the process was invented. Remember, OUR WELDING generally makes the broken part STRONGER than it ever was. Inquiries invited. . JVELDEX MFG. CO. EXPERT WELDERS Cor. 12th & N. E. St. Phone 1494 TAXI SB TAXI Anderson's Taxi Service 28 N. 7th Street Phone 1S70 HOUSES APTS. TO RENT 38 RIDGED 1230 Five room house, $8.00 for rent. Three rooms and hall, to colored. Phone 2266. 4-room house for rent, garden. 2-room building: for rent with or without bar ber fixtures. 444 South 8th. J ST., SOUTH 1011 5-room house for 1 CUl n I LU aiWCl. .ivrMoa ...... garden and barn. Phone 1419. TH ST., SOUTH 603 5-room house, lara;e garden for rent. 7-room furnished house to rent to small family, middle aged. 114 N. 19th. Call evenings. 9TH ST., North 631 House of 5 rooms for rent. 20TH ST., NORTH 412 For rent. Small house. Inquire 118 N. 8th. WANTED TO RENT. 41 tVanted to rent a farm on shares, 80 acres near city. E. Smith, Mooresvllle, Ind. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 42 BENNETT & PARKER All kinds of raal estate ror saie. a square aeni io both buyer and seller. US Union Bank T1ila. phone t707. Business Block for sale, south part of Richmond. Will trade for small farm. Phone 4072. COTTAGE For sale. 6 rooms South west sra, com Kjnas water, gas, elec tric lights and toilet; cement alley. Phone 610(t I. FOR SALE 6-room house, modern ex- cept bath. 425 S. loth or Phone 4153. FOR REAL. ESTATE and FARMS see A. M. ROBERTS, Liberty Ave., orrice 18 fi. 8th. Phone 4171. FOR SALE 5 rooms, modern, furnace and bath, $2,000. 602 N. 20th St. 7 rooms, furnace. $1,600. 1140 N. J St. 7 rooms, $1,600. 913 N. G St. Terms to Suit. H. F. PILGRIM, Phone 1685 FOR SALE 2 acres in the city limits. new house of 7 rooms, modern, bun galow style, barn, poultry house, room for 600 chickens. This Is a fine home and well worth the money asked. Price $4,800. J. S. GREEN, Hittle Block 9th & Main Phone 2576 SUBURBAN" HOME WEST with small acreage la being offered for quick cash sale. House is mod ern and strictly high class. Only parties looking for something good need answer. Address Bx G T. W. HADLEY. 2nd Nat. Bank Bldg.. Houses on Payments like Rent. Insurance. Fire and Cyclone. HOUSE For sale, good brick, central ly located, 34 1 S. 10th. 10TH ST.. South 418 6-room house for sale. FARMS FOR SALE. 43 FARM For sale. Account leaving Richmond, want to sell 40 acres 2 miles northwest Richmond near State Farms and Easthaven. All level. io buildings. Price $300.00 per aero. Will sell 20 or 25 acre strip. Part cash. Bal ance long time. Address E. G. Kem per, 205 E. 33rd. Indianapolis, Ind., or phone The Miller-Kemper Co.. or see Foreman, White and Addleman, 311 Colonial Bldg. Phone 1097. 144 Acres for sale. 4 mils out on good J road, 100 acres in cultivation, bal-j and electric lights, bank barn. 40x70 ft. Well fenced and ditched. Silo, hog house 26x56 ft., poultry house, good water in barn, water in all field3. Ad dress box D 4109 care Palladium. PUBLIC SALE. 48 WELDiNQ .".Public SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 11919 25 Head Cattle . 80 Head' Hogs Brood sows and feeding. Farming Implements. New Ford Touring Car. SIMON ATWELL South of Williamsburg J4 mile Watch for big advertisement later 43 PREBLE COUNTY FARMS: 42 Acres at $5,000 " . 100 Acres at f 10.000 120 Acrea at $15S per acre. 15 Acrea at 187.60 per acre. , These are all good 'farma, fairly wall improved and if sold soon possession will be given March 1st. See them they are bargains. t 1 C. C. Hawley, - New Parla, Ohio. ' MONEY TO LOAN WAYNE COUNTY FARMERS. ATTENTION! IT. S. Government Farm Loan a at SV& ror S to 40 yeara. Bee Mendenhall and McKlnley at 201 Mouoh Bldg., New castle. Ind., any time or N. O. McKln ley on Saturday of each week at tha office of tha WAYNE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. , NEED MONEY? If bo, we will make you a loan on your personal property at the legal rate. THE STATE INVESTMENT & LOAN CC. Room 40, Colonial Bldg. Phone 2580. Richmond. Ind. If Yoiu Need Moeey Investigate our twenty payment plan. It allows you twenty months to repay the loan or you can re pay in hill at any time and are charged interest only for the time loan runs. Borrow $50.00, repay $2.50 a month. Borrow $100.00, repay $5.00 a month. With interest at 3tf percent per "month. We loan on furniture, pianos, victaolas, etc.. without removal. Call, Write or Phone RICHMOND LOAN COMPANY - Established 1895. Room 8, Colonial Bldg., Cor. Main & Seventh Streets. PHONE 1645 J Richmond, Indiana Under State Supervision SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a Copy of Decree to me directed from the Clerk of Wayne Circuit Court, I will expose at Public Saie, at the Court House door, in the city of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, on the 25th day of February, 1919, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. on said day, the following property, to-wit: Forty (40) feet off of the west side of lot number Seven. (7) ot Moffitt's Sub-division of a part of lot number Two (2). in a Pat of.o.ut lots as laid out in the northeast quarter of Sec tion six (6) Township Thirteen (13) Range. One (1) West by the Trustees of the Society of Friends, which said plat is recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Wayne County, Indiana, in plat Book No. 1, page 401; said sub-division of which said lot number 7 is a part is recorded in plat Book No. 3, page 60, in the. Recorder's Of fice of Wayne County, Indiana. Also Lot number Four (4) in the Highland Addition to the City of Rich mond, Wayne County, Indiana, as per plat thereof as laid out by Ruth, Blanch and Sarah C. Haworth. Lots numbered Two (2), Thirty-two (32), Thirty-eight (38), Thirty-nine (39), Forty (40), Forty-one (41), and Forty-seven (47) in. the Highland Ad dition to the City of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, as laid out and plat ted by Ruth, Blanch and Sarah C. Hawkins, to be sold as the property of Sarah C. Haworth, et ar to satisfy said Decree in my handg in favor of Margaret Marling. Said sale without relief from valuation or appraisement lflWSe CLEMENT V. CARR, Sheriff of Wayne County. January 30, 1919. A. C. Lindemuth, Attorney for Plaintiff Feb. 3-10-17 NOTICE TO HEIRS, CREDITORS, ETC. In the matter of the estate of John H. Short, deceased, in the Wayne Cir cuit Court, January Term, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Albert H. Short and Ora L. Short as' Execut ors of the estate of John H. Short, de ceased, have presented and filed their account and vouchers in final settle ment of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and i action of said Curcuit Court on the 1st day of March, 1919, at -which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of Baid es tate are required to appear in said Court and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. ORA L. SHORT, ALBERT H. SHORT, Executors. Study & Study, Attorneys. Feb. 3-10-17 PUBLIC SALE. 48 me- FARMS FOR SALE -7 s PUBLIC The undersigned will sell at public auction at Reldston Stock Farm, 5 miles west of Richmond and 1 mile east of Centervllle, on the traction line car stops at farm on ' -; - WEDNESDAY, FEB.RUARY:12, 1919 " ' Beginning at 10 o'clock sharp HIOI?SES0cean' draft tUion, sound, pure bred Imported Belgian VrvW4-w-Nft 58812 (62 07). a beautiful chestnut stallion 1 hands high, wt. 2000 lbs., foaled in 1910; very large bone, best of feet and lega and a sure foal getter. One black draft flllycoming 4-year-old, wt. 1550, sound and safe in foal; work any place. One grey gelding, wt. 1300. sound, good broke, good actor, coming 6-year-old. One brown general purpose mare, standard and registered, bred to John Lackey 2.17, dam ot Dorothy Cook 2.17. and Clarence Collins 2.2014. One bay driving mare standard and registered, brad to John Lackey. MAJOR, bay pony, best broke one in the county, especially for children. One 2-year-old Percheron gelding, good, sound colL One roan general purpose mare 9 years old, wt. 1100; work any place; any woman or child can drive her. One gray Percheron mare, wt. 1560, good work mare. One registered Percheron mare 6-year-old, wt. "1450. Two other horses not here described. CATTLE One good Jersey butter cow giving good flow ot milk. One Jersey heifer, fresh March 1, an extra fine one. One red Shorthorn cow, springer and a good one. One other cow. MISCELLANEOUS 700 bushels corn, more or less; 1 Studebaker wagon, hog rack complete; 1 John Deere binder, good condition in every way; complete double set breechen harness; 1 good single set extra work harness; 1 good white wash spray; 1 farm wagon; 1 split hickory buggy; 1 gravel bed; 1 box bed: 1 corn plow; 1 single shovel plow; ltwo-rtovel plow; 1 five-hoe wheat drill with fertilizer attachment; 1 two-section spike tooth harrow; 1 mower; clover buncher; 2 tons good clover hay clean of weeds; 2ft bushels Little Red recleaned clover seed. and extra good; 2 sets work harness; 2 canvas horse covers; lot grain sacks; 500 lbs. fertilizer; Robinson 9-in. ensilage cutter. Al condition; 26-in. Robinson threshing machine, can be run with tractor; Ford runabout; new 7-in. Superior drill; Hoosier corn planted with fertilizer attach ment; McCormick wheat binder with new canvas; McCormick corn binder; 2 one-row cultivators; Rock Island hay loader; tedder; one-horse wheat drill with fertilizer attachment; 14-in. breaking plow; Spalding deep tiller; gang breaking plow; iron wheel wagon; Melrose convertible wagon bed; 25 to 50 bushels good potatoes; 150 pure bred White Rock hens; half dozen pure bred White Rock cockerels; several No. 1 good chicken coops. HOUSEHOD ARTICLES Library table; davenport; 44 rugs, 9x12; sew ing machine; hall tree; dining table and chairs; oak stand; kitchen cabinet; 2 range stoves; heating stove; wash stand; matting; linoleum; 2 porch swings and many other articles. " TERMS Made known on sale day. Lunch by ladies of '"Do Tour Bit Knitting club. JOHN DAGLER, WALTER B. FULGHUM, D. A. GOBLE AUCTS.: Thos. Conniff, Forest Meek, Simon Weddle. CLERKS: Frank Taylor, Harry Gilbert PUBLIC I will sell at public sale at my residence, 4 miles southeast of Richmond, Ind. on the farm known as the John Decker farm, on . FrLoFek 14th, 1919 Beginning at 12:: 00 o'clock m., sharp, the following personal property, to-wit ..... t ... . 8 Head of Horses 8 One 6-year-old sorrell stallion, imported, sired by Paul 46032, champion horse of Belgium; 1 team draft 4-year-old mares, well mated; one 2-year-old draft mare; one 3-year old draft gray gelding; 1 span black geldings, 5 years old, wt. 3100 lbs.; 1 black gelding, driver, 5 years old, wt. 1100 lbs. All well brok en and good workers anywhere. 40 Head of Cattle 40 Five good cows, some giving milk, and some to be fresh soon; 5 good heifers, to be fresh in April; 10 steers, coming 2 years old; one 2-year-old Shorthorn bull; 14 head calves, coming yearlings; one 6-year-old cow and 2 calves; 1 Big Red cow. to have third calf in March; 1 partHolsetin cow, to be fresh in May, third calf; 1 extra good Red Polled cow, to have third calf in June; 1 Short horn bull, old enough for service. 121 Head of Hogs 121 Hay and Feed 14 tons clover hay; 10 tons silage, in silo; 3 tons shredded fodder In barn. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE THOMAS CONNIFF, HOMER PLATTE, Auctioneers. JESSE A. WEICHMAN, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm, I, the undersigned, will sell at auction at my residence, 1 mile southwest of Eaton, on the Brookville road, on Wednesday, Feb. 12,' 1919 The following property, to-wit: .. Choice of full-blooded Duroc Jerseys, eligible to register 4 Head of Horses 112 Head off Cattle 7(D) Head' off Hogs igistered Duroc Jerseys: . Harness, feed and some household goods Sale begins at 9:00 o'clock Ao RAWBLE GEORGE SHAVER. JOE K EM MEL, Auctioneers. NOTICE TO HEIRS, CREDITORS, ETC. In the matter of the estate of Pat rick O. Sullivan, deceased, in the Wayne Circuit Court, January Term, 1919. Notice, is hereby given that Mary Alice Collins "as Administratrix of the estate of Patrick O. Sullivan, deceased, has presented and filed her 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 1st day of March, 1919, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of. said estate are SALE HOGS Four tried full Hampshire sows, double lmmuned, farrow March 1. 24 feeding shoats, wt. 40 to 100 lbs. Four feeding shoats, wL 80 to. 100 lbs. ALE Eight Duroc sows, with young pigs by side; 13 Duroc sows, to have pigs in March; one 2-year-old Duroc male hog; 50 feeding hogs, weighing 150 lbs.; 60 feed - ing hogs, weighing 80 lbs. All hogs been double lmmuned. 50 Ch!ckens 50 STEVEN RINGLEY J.T.DRULEY required to appear in said Court and show cause. If any there be, why said account and vouchers should not.be approved. " '' . MARY ALICE COLLINS. 1 ' . ; . Administratrix. 'I B. F. Harris, Attorney. . , . Feb. 3-10-17 palladium;: WANT ADS PAY