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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGBA2V WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3, 1919.
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HE PALLADIUM
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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BUSINESS SERVICE
12
E. H. DAVENPORT
PLEATING, BUTTON, HEMSTITCH
INO CO.
Phone; 2834
MOU MENTAL
11
JOHN P. EMSUI
Monuments
II South Tenth 8treet
Phone 4011
Jordan, MrWunui. Hunt tk Waltermann
FtrNKRAti DIRECTORS
Private Show Room and Chapel
1014 Main St Tel. 2171
SPECIAL NOTICE
WANTED Stumps A rocks to blast
Z. B. Pyle. 484 So. 13th. Phono 2430.
" " FRESH OTSTERS 7
IK Main
Received Dally
at
PRICK'S
Phone llll
LOST AND FOUNO
IjOST Crank for Westcott car, near
Main on Tenth or Main St. Tele-
phone Palladium.
BICYCLE Found..- Call
and describe.
1111 So. B.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED
Laborers. City Light Plant,
Power Houser"lst & N. A St.
4 S. 12th St
Phone 1788
HEATING AND PLUMBING 14
ELECTRIC WATER SYSTEMS For
city and country, see aarCLn.jx a.
I a th. Phone lit.
MOVING A S FORAGE
IS
AUTO MOVING VAN
Largest and bent equipped In the city
for local ana ions vuiuin movin.
Furniture crated, stored or shipped.
FORREST MONGER
ft. 7th St. Phone t0I
Storage for Household Ooods. Felt
man Storasre House. Apply Felt
man's Cigar Store. Phone 2039. 409
Main St.
GOODWIN & HILLING Local
and Long Distance Moving;
Live Stock Hauling; Storage
Headquarters Feltraan's Cigar
Store, Phone 2089.
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIRING 178
KtiiHt workmanshln at Richmond
Shoe Hospital and Shining" Parlor; 101
Main.
Experienced Assemblers
Castings Chippers and ' Laborers.
Apply
ational Automatic Tool Co.
WANTED Young man to trim win
dows in Men's Clothing and Furnisn-
ingr Goods Store. Good place for right
party. Give references. Henry tsacn
rach Sons Co., Decatur, Illinois.
KORRY KROME
Sole Leather, the Railroader's Friend.
Two times as much wear for a little
more cost
11 N. 9th St. Phone 1640. (Open even
ings). Work called for and delivered.
Dusty's Shoe Rebuilder
J. G DARNELL. CO.
We repair everything;. Work called for
and delivered. New and second hand
Bicycles, reasonable prices. 1020 Mala.
Phone 1939.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
21
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22
RE-SILVERINQ
RaVaTLVXRIMO fAUto Reflectors
PUUns I Sugar Cream
Work 4 Wtm
101 W. Mam I Mirror. '1 1
Phone 1711 L Table Ware
WANTED
We will bay your entire household
Furniture and pav yes the highest
cash prices. Call as baton you sett
Ramsey's Furniture
Emporium
laT
RAW FURSW ANTED Every Satur
day, at Vantlllberg's barn, corner so.
4th and A. Sts. Harry Clark.
RAW FURS Wanted. 634 North 10th
RAW FURE WANTED Liberal grad-
lng and higher prices. Clendenin co,
AUTO 8UPPLIE8 AND REPAIRS S5AUTO SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS
DONT DISCARD YOURlOLD TIRES
Have superior Inside tires put In. Add 1,000 to 3.000 more miles. Prevents
punctures and blowouts. Inexpensive Hundreds la use. It's to cold to fool
with tires on the road now. Be prepared.
CLIFF BE VTTON TIRE CO., 1 51 2 East Main Street "
CLIFF BEVINQTON TIRE CO.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
INDIA, VULCAN, COLUMBIA AND AMERICAN FABRIC AND CORD TIRES.
WE HAVE AN INTERESTING PROPOSITION FOR A TIRE SALESMAN ON
COMMISSION BASIS.
AUTO 8UPPLIE6 AND REPAIRS 35
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 23
EXCHANGE Tour piano for 'a Vic-
trola or buy a used piano througn me
and save the dealer's profit Walter
R Fula-hum. 1000 Main 8t
"PIANOS AND PHONOGRAPHS
OF QUALITY"
Open Every Evening
WEISBRODMUSIC CO.,
Opp. Post Office
FOR SALE Saxaphone with case
Buffet instrument In low pitch, and
good as new. Call at Weisbrod's
Music So.
FOR SALE Tork Cornet complete
Reasonable If sold at once. 29 So. 10th
GATES Half-Sole TIRES
Applied over worn casing
Cleveland Standard
Guaranteed 6,000 miles on 4-ln.
. and 7,500 on 8V6 in.
H.
1134 Main.
TUBESING
Phone 1595
FOR SALE Choice lot In Reevestoa
at a bargain, by C. E. Keever Co.
Office 1020 Main. Phone 2149.
BUNGALO For sale, choice v location
rnone zsai.
EXCHANGE Tour piano for a Grafo
nola or Aeolian Vocation at Weisbrod's
Music Co. As piano dealers, our ser
vice is your gain.
ANOTHER VICTOR VICTROLA At
our "trade In" price. If you missed
last week's bargains, call or write at
once. Welsbrod Music Co.
FOR 8ALE House Paint. Closing out
200 gallons at $2.S0 per gal. Good
quality, desirable colors: also varnish
same price; Townsend' Used Goods
Store. 633 Main.
PIANO Tuning, prompt, efficient ser
vlce. D. E. Roberta. Phone 4110.
Order coal of The Independent Ice
Fuel Co. Phone 3448.
DISHWASHER Wanted Liberty Lunch
12 North 6th.
WANTED
PAINTERS
M. J. HOFFMAN CONST. CO.
14 N. 10th St.
Cadillac Building
FOR SALE or Trade Stevens Range
Rifle, 22, cost 135.00. good as new;
will trade for a good bicycle; 627 S.
B Street.
TRUCK DRIVER Wanted, married
man referred, must live on farm
Clendenin Fertiliser Co.
3 MENW ANTED To husk corn.
1112 North D. street.
Call
WOOD CUTTERS Wanted.
Phone 1078.
good pay
RAILWAf Traffic Inspectors wanted;
9110 a month and expenses; short
hours; travel; three months home
study under guarantee; We get you
fioaitlon. No age limit: ask for book
et N 420. Standard Business Training
Inst.. Buffalo. N. T.
. MEN WANTED
Factory work; steady employment,
experience unnecessary. Apply Sup
erintendent JENKINS VULCAN
SPRING CO.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
BERTSCH BROS.
DRAIN TILE
PHONE 3S50
VICTROLA STORE
OPEN EVERY EVENING
WALTER B. FULGHUM
1000 MAIN ST.
PHONOGRAPHS of every standard
make are traded in on the Aeolian
Vocallon. Watch this column for bar
gains. Welsbrod Music Co.
USED VICTOR Victrola for sale at bar
gain price. Walter B. Fulgnum, 1000
Main Street
We buy, sell or trade good
used cars.
1 BUICK ROADSTER
1 DODGE ROADSTER
1 1917 FORD TOURING
1 1914 FORD TOURING, Starter.
These cars are in good running condi
tion. Priced for quick sale.
IS S. 9th.
GEO WORLET
Phone ?903
BARN for rent; 124 South IftnwPhone
. n v.
NOTICE
Just Opened
Auto Radiator Repairing
The Economy Radiator Co
30 S. 6th St
SPECIAL AT THE STORES 25
CIGARS FROM MAKER TO YOU
Save Middle Man's Profit
Mi Corona 5c; worth
704 6c;
Club Especial ......7c;
Richmond Rose ....7c;
Cordores 8c;
Imperia 10c;
FELT MAN'S CIGAR
609 Main St.
7
worth 8
worth 10
worth 10
worth 10
worth 13
STORE
GIRLS WANTED
LEARN A TRADE
Clean, light, healthful work In airy,
unlit factory; good wages, liberal
bonus.
ATLAS UNDERWEAR CO.
Cor. 10th and N. D St. Phone 1845
Chain Stitch Embroidery
Braiding
Chenilling
Hemstitching
Scalloping
Button Holes
Covered Buttons
STEEL DESKS
Rohe 921 Main.
& CHAIRS. Bartel &
NT
SPECIALS
"SMERY SHIRTS
m IDE coijUakb
SILK KNIT TIES
MERTON CAPS
PROGRESS STORE
912 Main
viOTnp ".YCLES
BICYCLES Good
cheap. Phone 3084.
BICYCLES
as new, for
REAL ESTATE POR SALE 42
MONEY TO LOAN
48
Call on as. We LOAN on farnlture, H
pianos, talking machines, live stock.
1 to 35 months to pay.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
4 LOAN CO.
Room 40. Colonial Bids.
Cottose Grove, hJ.
Mrs. Othrabaugh and children of
Fair Oaks. Ind- spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John
Mccouch Mr. ana Mrs. Kouana
Paddock, Miss Shephard and Mr. and
Mrs. Lawsoa Sanford called on B. R.
Williamson and family Tuesday even
ing. . . .Vernle Boring played the violin
for the social at the Hart school last
Friday night Bam Caldwell and
wife entertained Sunday Aaron Gard
ner and wife, Omar Miller and wife,
Bert Roberts and wife, Edward Gard
ner and wife, Mrs. Mary Albert and
Miss Neoma Albert and Rev. Hendley
. . . .Alonzo Logue and wife, Alveron
Logue and wife, Lendley Swain and
wife. Mrs. Elwood Logue, Miss Edith
Keelor and Mrs. Emma Logue and
daughter, Helen, of Richmond called
on Omar Miller and family Monday
. .Mrs. John Holland spent Friday In
Cincinnati. .. .Mr. Hldisletner and son
spent Saturday and Sunday at Miami.
O....Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Nye of Lib
erty were In Cottage Grove Monday
evening Mr. and Mrs. Alveron
Logue spent Sunday In Liberty, the
guests of Walter Martin and family
..John Benner and wife are visiting
Mrs. G. R. C. Wright and daughter.
Susie.
Why SELL and SACRIFICE
YOUR
LIBERTY BONDS
We will loan 345 on a 850 bond, or
880 on a 8100 bond, at a small rate
of Interest
IF TOU MUST SELL. WE WILL
BUT OUTRIGHT
WELFARE
LOAN SOCIETY
N. Tenth St Phone 2548
day witii their parents. Mr. M ,4!rs.
M. B. McCashland ....JUT, Vi'A Mrs.
Clyde Miller, and children, Ace and
Mark spent Thsnb flvhit? "lth her
aunt Mrs. W. W. Levertonot Milton,
. HazeL Naomi and ' T4 Lee- soent
8unday afternoon wi th 'tola, Yiccola
and Doris Doddridge. ...M. D. Dodd
ridge and daughter. IDtbel, vlstted his
son, Irvin Doddridge, ad family Mod
day..., Mr. and Mrs.. Samuel Fisher
Land daughter. DarUe, entertained Eun-
day. Mr. and Mrs. Gmarge Relbsomer
and son. Lemon, Mr 'and Mrs, Byron
Nichols and Mr, antf Mrs. Lloyd Nich
ols and son. Quent At of Alauinna. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Eal Doddridge were
Milton visitors Monday Howard
cook was in the r fcighborhood Monday
buying fur Jjites Maude rHnnttag-
ton spent Sunday with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. David, Huntington eat of
Liberty O'ring to weather, condi
tions very few attended the dance hera
Saturday night .Miss Am Evans
has returned . to her home tn Clifton
after spending a few days with ber
sister, Mrs. Harry Weber.
sale
HOUSES APTS. TO RENT
FOU RENT Five Room House
barn. Apply 620 N. 19th.
and
Lacey's Sewing
Machine Store
9 South 7th
Phone 1756
Jm A POCKET ij
JZt- -l) KNIVES I 1 VV
faf lY 25c and I
POCKET
KNIVES
and
60c
Special prices on high grade scissors
BIRCK'S HARNESS STORE. .611 Main.
WANTED Woman to come to the
house and do washing. Call at 311-Col
lege Ave or Phone 474.
WANTED Young lady to help wait on
Victor Record trade? prefer one who
knows something of music, also
shorthand and typewriting. Walter
B. Fulghum, 1000 Mainst
WANTED Girl
wages,
for housework, good
110 N. 10th street. :
FURNITURE We have a few
nieces of used furniture for
sale. Also wish to buj- some
at No. 14 N. 5th Street.
soft coal Hot-Blast
FOR SALE Used
1237 Main street.
POTATOES
Phone 3494:
FOR SALE Hand-painted china,
Ina Vogelman, 717 South E. St
Flour & feed for sale
Mrs.
FOR SALE Go-Cart. Ivory Reed Gon
dola; call 118 North 17th street.
GOOW WAGES FOR HOME. WORK
We need you to make socks on the fast
easily learned Auto Knitters. Exper
ience unnecessary. nistance imma
terial. Positively no canvassing.
Yarn supplied. Particulars 2c stamp.
Dept. 311c. Auto Knitter Co., Buf
falo. N. T.
WANTED A girl to clerk tn Confec
tionery. Hoover Ice Cream Co.
Liberty Lunch
fJlSHWASHEU WanteS
12 TJorth 6th.
MIDDLE Aged or Elderly Woman to
assist in housework and care of one
child; no washing; phone 47.2; 221 S.
W. 2nd. .
GIRL WANTED To clerk in grocery
15th & North E. Stree
store, good wages. Peerless grocery
t.
WANTED Girl to do light housework;
good wages; anply after 9 a. m.
2012 South A. Tel. 2131.
Aaenta and Salesmen Wanted
fc1
CENSUS CLERKS (Men. women). $95
month. Experience unnecessary. Ex
aminations Richmond, Dec. 10. Jan. 7.
war free particulars write J. Leonard
Former Government Examiner) I0o3
Equitable Bldg. Washington.
1150 to 1300 a month easily made by
. man with team or auto, selling Heb
erllng's medicines, extracts, spices,
toilet articles, stock powder, dip. etc.
In your county. Own boss. Exper
ience unnecessary. We furnish capi
tal. Write quick for particulars.
Heberllng Medicine Co., Bloomlng
ton. Illinois."
REED BABY CAB For sale, good
condition, l.02-?6?-?1-
FOR SALE Ladles' Brown
Shoes, good as new; size 4k
409 South A St.
Military
D width;
IVORY Reed baby buggy,
100 North "18th street.
for sale
FOR SALE Reed baby cab; call
1411 North D St.
BUILDING MATERIALS
28
The MILLER-KEMPER Co.
N. W. 2nd A Center Sts. Phones 3247-8267-3347.
For all kinds of Building
Material.
LIVE STOCK AND VEHICLES 31
TrrT str.F Ttir tvne noland Boars
onlv five left. Drlces reasonable, first
farm west of city. Walter B. Fulgh
FERRETS For sale.
North 10th street.
$6.50 each. 634
FOR SALE or Trade Extra fine large
registered Duroc male pigs. Oren
Cherry King breeding, will trade for
good gilts or Reg. Holstein heifer
calf. Phone 4806.
ROOM HOUSE for rent; 26 South
West 3rd.
! ROOM HOUSE For rent.
1562.
Phone
FOR RENT Two modern four room
Basement apartments. Call I486
Main street.
FOR iJfcNT Ground floor room
at No. 18 N. 5th St. Inquire at
14 N. 5th street.
Wayne, Union, Fayette
and Randolph County
Farmers attention.
United States
Government
Farm Loans
At 5l2 Long Time
Loans on City Property at G
per cent
Good list of Farms and City
Properties. See
McKINLEY & SHARP
223 Colonial Bldg.
We sell the earth, finance and
protect the buyer.
PHlomalh
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCashland and
family of Roseburg were guests Sun-
flay of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. u
McCashland. ...Mrs. John Bell return
ed home from the hospital at Cincin
nati Wednesday where she recently
underwent a serious operation. . . .Earl
Lee made a trip to Brownsville Satur
day Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mc
Cashland and son. Wulard. spent Sun-
Monroe School Notes f
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 42
FOR SALE Good Mare and Spring
Wagon; first house east of Lemon's
Greenhouse.
TEN HOGS For sale.
National Road East.
Perry Pence,
BIG TYPE Poland China male - pigs.
Buff Rock Cockerels for sale. Phono
5147C.
FARM
BARGAINS
50 ACRES 7-room house, good barn,
buildings practically new; level,
strong land, extra well fenced and
ditched, close to market Price 8200
per acre.
70 ACRES Practically level. New 8
room house, big cellar, fair barn, ex
cellent location, 8150.00 per acre.
110 ACRES Level, strong land, good
house and big barn. A money maker,
8150.00 per acre.
.HARRIS &
KORTEWEQ
S. W. Cor. 6th and Main Sts.
Office Phone 2278 Res. Phone 3014
FOR SALE One 2 H. P. Portable gaso
line engine. Rodefeld Garage. $6
W.. Main St. Phone 3077.
CHILDS Steel sulkey, good as new
417 South 7th street
FOR SALE Warm air furnace, second
hand, first class condition. Cheap
Phone 2155.
WATER POWER Washing
with wringer; call 4054.
Machine
FOR SALE Black Plush Coat, cheap;
room 8, Gregg Flats; call between
9 and 11 a. m.
FOR SALE Davenport, gas range,
chairs, library table, solid oak dres
ser, all in good condition; 420 S. W 6th
street.
FOR SALE Two ladies coats & boy a
overcoat. 335 Lincoln Street.
WANTED Agents for Life Insurance
Co. established 69 years, but unrepre
sented In Ind - Generous commis-
' ,inn. eood owortunlty for promotion
to ' superlndendency. J. C. Mahan.l
Portland, Ind.
BONANZA FOR AGENTS AND SALES
MEN Brllllantlne. wonderful mineral
discovery tor washing clothes, purity
guaranteed: greatest seller; perma
nent business; exclusive territory;
large profits; prompt shipments.
Morrison Mineral Factory, St Louis,
Missouri.
SITUATIONS WANTED
8
WANTED Private
4192.
butchering; phone
We Buy, Sell or Trade for used
Watches also complete line of new
watches priced very low. Buy your
high grade Spectacles of us at about
half the usual price. C E. Keever,
1020 Main Street.
BUFF ROCK Cockerels for sale.
North 12th street.
127
FOR SALE Single Comb Rhode Island
Red Cockerels. $3.00 two for $5.00.
Phone 4942, Route A Box 113 B.
NEW FRESH STOCK Goordich tires
1920 Bicycle & baby cab tires just re
ceived. Work called for and deliver
ed. Phone 3086, Wesley Brown &
Son.
FOR SALE Big Poland China male
pigs, lambs and ewes. Plymoth rock
chickens. S. W. Lafue. R. R. 7
Liberty. Ind.
FOR SALE Single Comb Rhode Island
Red Cockerals, $3.00. two for $5.00.
Phone 4942, Route A Box 113 B.
PET STOCK A POULTRY 32
FOUR Pure Bred White Leghorn Cock
erels. Belgian Hares. Luretta Brees,
New Paris, R. R.
FOR SALE-Skunk and Opossum dog;
821 North 16th St.
QOON. Skunk and Opossum dogs for
sale; 1018 N. H St.
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED 22
DON'T store your usd furniture. Sell
It to Townsend, who pays highest
nrlc 63S Main. Phon 129$.
Furniture and stoves, all kinds, good
prices. Home Supply Store. Ill Ft
Weyne Ave. Phone IMS.
UKNITUKB Wanted. We psy ca
for household good a Brammer
"Maon. 520 Main. Phone 1449.
500 Cords of Stove Wood want
ed. Bullerdick Coal Yard.
WANTED
25 Horsepower Gas Engine
ROOMS FOR RENT
11TH ST. SOUTH 130 For rent modern
furnished room, hot water, heat, phone
1065.
FOtt RENT Modern room,
man. Phone 1782.
for gentle-
rooms.
twoTnCE--Housekeeplng
South 7tn street;
fWO Nicely' Furnished Rooms for rent
gft?l N. E. Phone 37BL-
BUSINE88 SERVICE
12
NT LET other people experiment
k twoewrlter. Phone 1010,
and let experienced mechanics do
vouf WOrlt Bicnmona lypewnwr
Exchange, 17 North 7th st
craph letters and printing. '
Multi-
Call Clem Kehlenbrink
Vulcan Spring Co.
at Jenkins
500 Cords of Stove Wood want
ed. Bullerdick Coal Yard.
WANTED To exchange chickens
rabbits. Call 619 N. 8th street.
for
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 33
FOR RENT House. 2203 N. E St., call
820 H Main St
FOR SALE Five passenger Ford, new
tires, & extra. Call 21 So. 24 rd St.
FOR SALE Hudson Super Six Sedan
four cord tires, one extra tire, radiator
shutters, exhaust heater inside car
for cold weather, clock primer, large
oIIcuds all over car, rear vision mtr
ror, bumper on front and rear, car
has just been overhauled and is in
first class condition. Private owner.
and priced to sell. $1,650.00. Clark
Maynard & Thomas, Winchester, Ind.
Phone No. 621.
1 HUDSON Suoer Six Sedan, a bargain
in excellent shape: 2 Ford Touring in
a-ood condition. These cars can be
boueht on a year's time. Phone 259,
L. G. Epsteen, City Garage, Winches
ter, Ind.
FOR SALE Conn Cornet complete with
case: a bargain, at Welsbrod Music
Co.
TAXI
ss
WANTED Good Iron
tnalde dimensions. P.
Greensfork, Ind.
safe. State
O. Box No. 37
OATS AND CORN Wanted.
Phone 3494.
TAXI
28 N. 7th Street
Phone 1370
GARAGE Shed
8th street
for rent 1 150, 317 N.
GET YOUR HOUSE PAPERED NOW
Before the Winter Season Sets tn. Call Phone 2617
Hays Wall Paper Store
Headquarters for Merchants' Delivery.
404 Main Street
GOOD CITY HOMES AND
FARMS
PORTERFIELD, Colonial Building
: , J.
FOR REAL ESTATB and FARMS see
A. M ROBERTS. Liberty Avet. office
18 S. 8th. Phone 417L .
SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS
on farms and city properties. See
McK'nley & Sharp, 223 Colonial Bldg.
Phont - 1930 3847.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Proposals for supplies for the use of
the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the
Insane for the month of January.
1920. will be received by the board of
trustees at the hosDital before 3 n. m.
Monday, December 8, 1919. Specifica
tions may be seen at the Second Nation
al Bank, or at the hospital.
By order of the Board,
S. E. SMITH, Med. Supt.
LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Indiana. Wayne County, as.:
Eva Pierson vs. John Plerson
Wayne Circuit Court, October Terra,
1919. No. 18836. Petition for Di
vorce. Be it known that on the 22nd day
of October, 1919, the above namrid
plaintiff, by her attorney, filed in tbe
office of the clerk of the Wayne cir
cuit court, her petition against said
defendant for a divorce and custody.
Said plaintiff also filed with said
complaint the affadavlt of William H.
Haberkern, a disinterested person,
showing that said defendant is not a
resident of this state, and also her
own affadavlt showing that her causes
for divorce, as stated in her said peti
tion, are cruel and inhuman threat
ment Said defendant is therefore hereby
notified of the filing and pendency of
such petition, and that unless he ap
pears and answers or demurs thereto.
on the calling of 6uch cause, on the
31st day of January, 1920, at the term
of said court begun and held at the
court house in the city of Richmond,
on the first Monday of October, 1919,
said cause will be heard and deter
mined in his absence.
Witness, the clerk and the seal of
said court, at the city of Richmond,
this 18th day of November, 1919.
LINUS P. MEREDITH. Cleric
W. B. Marsh, attorney for plaintiff.
Nov. 19-26 Dec. 8
158-ACRE FARM for Sale 3 miles
from Richmond. A. W. Gregg.
FOR SALE Two homes, West 8th and
Peacock Road. W. S. Miller. R. A,
Centerville.
OVER 30 HOUSES Listed for sale
with C. E. Keever Co. Office 1020
Main St. Phone 2169.
FARMS FOR SALE
46 ACRES Fertile land, all level and
all tillable. Six-room house, newly
painted, good barn, silo, and other
buildings, well fenced and well
ditched. Price $7,000.
115 ACRES Within 4 miles of "Rich
mond, 100 acres practically level
and tillable, balance well watered
pasture land. Good six-room house,
bank barn, silo, crib and other
buildings. Price $115.00 per acre.
130 ACRE'S 3 miles from New
Paris, 70 acres tillable, balance fine
pasture land. Good six-room house,
bank barn, well fenced and well
ditched. Price S100 per acre.
Co Co
New Paris, Ohio.
Momey for
Debts
Why not centralize your indebtedness and have but one place tn
pay? It is easier to pay one place than several. We pay off other
loan company balances, furniture bills, notes, etc., and give you ad
ditional money.
Figure up how much you need then call on us, let us put you on a
CASH BASIS. Buy supplies and necessities before they go higher.
We loan In amounts of $10 to $300 on Furniture, Pianos, Automo
biles, Live Stock, Farm Implements, etc., also Bonds and Endorsed
Notes. Loans made from one to twenty months with payments
either weekly, monthly or quarterly in amounts to suit your income.
Our rate is the Standard Welfare Rate of 2 per month, this is
onjrcetit per month less than the legalized State rate. One rate
to every one regardless how small the loan. Nothing deducted or
added, you get amount of money asked for.
Investigate the WELFARE PLAN before borrowing elsewhere.
If not convenient to call at our office, write us ar phone 2509 and
we will call at your home.
ALL DEALINGS PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
Welfare Loam Society
9 N. Tenth Street
(Porter Warman, Mgr.)
Under State Supervision
Phone 2509
Phone 75
FOUNTAIN CITY Dec. 1. 1919. Farms
& City property for sale. 1 farm of
80 acres, trade for Richmond property
1 farm of 100 acres, for Richmond
property; 1 farm of 208 acres for Rich
mond property. Allen Rich, Foun
tain city. Fountain City Phone 141.
AUTO LICENSE AT
SHIDBLERS
910H Main.
Phone 1814
STOCK SALE
The undersigned will sell, on the Forest Kempton farm, known as
the Owen Hoover farm, 1 miles southwest of Greensfork, 2 miles
east of Jacksonburg, on
FRIDAY, DEC. 5, 1919
Beginning at 10:30 a. m. This is a closing out sale. Here is a
chance to buy good live stock of quality not usually found at public
sale. -
14 HEAD CATTLE Four Shorthorn milk cows, 1 Shorthorn
roan bull, 6 Shorthorn springers, 2 Shorthorn yearling calves, 1
Shorthorn cow, to be fresh by day of sale; 1 Shorthorn cow with
calf by side. Special John F. Townsend and Forest E. Kempton
will also sell 6 head of registered cattle; 1 bull 3 years old, weight
about 1800, roan; 3 elghteen-months-old bulls, 2 reds and one roan.
All of these bulls will get large. 2 cows ; 1 red cow four years old ;
1 spotted ow Z years old. Anyone who wishes to investigate
these cattle call on or write John F. Townsend. One George Davis
buggy.
100 HEAD HOGS Five Duroc sows; 12 full-blooded big type
Poland China sows; 1 big type Poland China boar; six sows and
pigs; 26 head good fall shoats. All double immuned.
31 HEAD SHEEP Thirty head good Hampshire breeding ewes.
One good Hampshire buck.
S00 Bushels of Corn More or less in the crib.
10 TONS HAT AND GRAIN 10 tons good mixed hay In the
mow. 75 bushels good white oats in the bin.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS One Sbarpless cream separator; 1
Sure Match incubator, 120-egg.
( TERMS made known day of sale. Lunch served by Ladles of
Greensfork Christian church. This sale will begin promptly at
10:30 o'clock
Grave Fltxer entered tire wixth
Trade Monday The fifth and nixth
aradee had a Thanksgiving program
Wednesday afternoon, fn ream lx.
. . . .Tlie third and fourth grade 'tsneh
ers cmtertained the third and fearth
grridn pupils at a 12 o'clock party Wed-
neday Walter Oda has been ab-
sen from the fourth grade on account
of tonsilltU The first and out I
r mde had a Thantagtrmjr program
Wednesday afternoon Ethel Bits
absent from the eeventh grade
Cnree days oa account of alekneam-. .
Juanita Schmidt was absent from the
seventh grade three days.. .The high
school sang at chapel exercises Wed
nesday morning. .... Clem McKee at
tended chapel exercises... ..Monroe's
first and second baaketball teams met
New Madison first and second teams
resulting In walkovers for Monroe, the
first team winning by a score of 8 lo
0, and the second team winning: by a
score og 20 to 9. Monroe HI first and
second will meet Dixon Hi. first and
second on the tatter's floor Dec 5.
This Is their second county schedule
game..... Tbe picture anew far next
Thursday night. Dec 4, will feature
Douglas Fairbanks tn "A Modern
Musketeer.'". . . .The animal husbandry
class went to Eldorado Tuesday to
judge a Percheron stallion which late
ly arrived from Marietta. This la the
best stallion in the community.. . . .
Tbe corn show was very attractive, al
though somewhat of a disappointment
to Mr. Campbell. Much Interest was
manifested tn the show. Edgar Wyn
coop received first prise for the ten
best ears of yellow corn; C E. Beck
second and Barley Rantsaw third.
Leonard Mi much received first pre
mium on white corn, and Charles
Keckler first on mixed corn. Hugh
Christmas, received third premium on
pop corn, sweet corn and wheat John
Blackford received first on oats. About
fifty people participated In the lunch
which was served to the members of
the Boys' and Girls' dub, and their
parents.
Mtiton, Ini.
Rev. F. C. McCormick preached the
funeral of Miss Margaret Reinfrow at
Centerville Tuesday afternoon... .Dr.
Kniese and daughter, Pauline, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bee
son at Martinsville Howard War
ren, Dayton Warren, Floyd Hines. Le
roy Hines, Howard Bryant, Rodenck
McCormick, Dorris Lyons, John Posey
Jones. Rev. McCormick, George Wag
ner and B. P. Jones had dinner at the
Richmond Y and spent a delightful
evening there Saturday Mr. and
Mrs. John McGlpple of Newcastle
were guests of Mr. ana Mrs. rrea
Musley Thanksgiving day. .Miss Viol
et Murley spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Well
ingcamp at Indianapolis. . ..Mr. and
Mrs. Will Filby were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Allie Trine Thanksgiving
day. .. .The Rebekah lodge had a "pot
luck" supper Tuesday night in honor
of the new members Ralph Bryant.
Olive Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cox
and Floyd Dalrymple. . . .Ed Warren
Lwhose wife died last week will move
from Indianapolis to live with his
mother here Frank Callaway and
Aunt Mrs. Barton, entertained Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson of
Cambridge City, Mrs. Lafe Beeson and
Mr. and Mrs. Llnville Ferguson. Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Kerlin were unable to
be present on account of sickness....
Mrs. John Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hess were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wellington Sweartngen of More
land Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Fergu
son remained there for a few days. . . .
Mrs. Elmer Bertsch who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore
has returned to her home at Indian
apolis.... Mrs. Lafe Beeson la home
from a visit with relatives in Colum
bus. O. . . .Mr. and Mrs. John McClusey
of Falmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Heck of Bentonville were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Warren Thanks
giving day.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonng Wagnor and
daughter, of Kokomo have been visit
ing Mrs. Paul Ferris. .. .Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Leverton and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Benton Wissler and family
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will
Wissler, who are leaving in a few
days to spend the winter in Florida. .
Mrs. Lycurgns Beeson and Aunt Mrs.
Newhart spent Thanksgiving with
Mr. and Mrs. George Florea at Con
nersvllle . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ferris spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Mills near Straughn
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Slhlth and daugh
ter of Richmond were guests of Mr.
Will Ohmit and daughter Thanksgiv
ing. .. .Wesley Newton and Albert
Kellum were at Anderson Monday on
business for the Odd Fellows. .. .Mrs.
Harry Doty, Missionary superintend
ent of the Christian Bible School pre
sented and Interesting home mission
t program Sunday morning. The inter
mediate boys gave two pleasing num
bers. The offering amounted to
$37.50 The Jolly 24 will meet Fri
day evening of next week instead of
this week, with Miss Ruth McCormick.
CHAS.-B. WISE, FOREST KEMPTON .
SAVILLA KEMPTON
VANDERBECK A SON, Aucts. WILLIAM THOMAS STEERS, Clerk
PEACE DELEGATES TO
REMAIN IN PARIS
By Associated Press) - :
PARIS, Dec. 3. The American
delegation to the peace conference,
which was to have sailed from Brest
for the United States on Dec-, has
postponed Its departure, for home, it
was learned today. -V - j
A considerable part of the personnel
of the delegation, however, will leave
Paris for Brest on the evening of Dec
5, as previously arrangedV .
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