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Bring Your Classified Ad to the Office, or Telephone it. If That Slants Yom Better THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND.. FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1921. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Standardized' and indexed for quick reference, according to the Basil L. Smith System (Copyright). All ads are restricted to their proper Palladium style of type. Orders for irregular insertions, the one-time rate applies. TRANSIENT RATE PER LINE Charge. Cash. 1 time, per line.. ,11c 10c 3 times, per line.. 10c 9c 6 times, per line.. 9c fee Count 6 average words to the line. not less than 3 lines taken. Classified ads accepted until 11 a. m. for publication same day. Minimum cash ad accepted, 30e. Minimum charge ad accepted, 35c. Phone 2834 or 2?72, and ask for an ad taker. They will assist you in writing your ad. COMPOUND INTEREST DEPARTMENT STARTED TO BENEFIT SPENDERS (By Associate! Press) NEW YORK. Dec. 30 Men includ ed in the catagory of "spenders" have been made the special subject of sol icitude by the National City Bank This institution has Inaugurated an innovation in banking circles in the form of a "compound interest depart ment, where accounts may be opened on deposit of $1 or more, bearing in terest ' at S1 per cent compounded semi-annually. Except in name, it is a savings mutual savings bank. The department is located near the Fifth avenue shopping district. "Of course we welcome deposits from anyone," an official of the bank said, "but our particular object is to pet deposits from the class of well-to-do people who have never saved systematically, and who feel themsel ves out of the savings bank class." Ignorant of Thrift "There are a great many people with incomes ranging from $2,000 or 53,000 a year upwads, who never save anything. They are people of medium incomes, who have not learned how to be thrifty." The compound interest department opened three days ago and 600 ac counts already have been opened. From the fact that these averaged above the sum with which accounts generally are opened in savings bank3 the officials felt confirmation had been given their belief in the exist ence of an undeveloped field in which systematic saving could be cultivated without competing with mutual sav ings institutions. Other large banking houses in New York are interested in the experiment. It was understood they intend to stand aside and watch how the idea worked before deciding on their poli cies. SAY PLANET VENUS SUPPORTS NO LIFE fBy Associated Press) SWARTHMORE, Pa Dec. 30. In vestigations by E. St. John, director of the Wilson observatory, California, nrd Seth B. Nicholson, hl3 assistant, indicate that the planet Venus sup ports no life, they asserted in papers read today before the American Astro nomical Society in convention at the Pproul observatory. Swarthmorc col ipRr. Both declared they had discov ered no oxygen or water on Venus, and therefore the presence of even animal life was precluded. Another discovery of interest toi astronomers was presented by C. O. j Lampland. director of the Lowell ob-j servatory. Flagstaff, Ariz. He told thei astronomers that he had found a faint j nebular structure about R. Aquarri, a variable star that had not hitherto been associated with nebula. Sixty-nine binary stars, comprising ihe group whose orbits and distances from the earth are definitely known to science, were discussed by Dr. John A. Miller, director of the Sproul observa tory, and John A. Plttman, his assist ant. This small number cf stars, Dr. Miller said, gradually was being aug mented as investigations proceed with the 217,000,000 stars that have been photographed or telescoped. LARGE FOX PELT SALES CHARLOTTETOWX, P. E. I., Dec. r,0. During the past year fox pelts valued at over $1,000,000 were sold on the Inland, the sales being the largest in the history of the fur-farming in dustry. Suburban MODOC, hid. Mrs. Emma Hodson, son Chester and son-in-law, Ozro Itu- bush, spent Monday in Carlos City Smith Lee. son Walter, daughter Alice spent Monday in Newcastle, guests of Mrs. Clara Tetter Miss Dorothy Lee who has been visiting relatives in Chicago, returned home Monday Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ward of Chicago and Albert Lee of Michigan spent Christmas with Smith Lee and children Herbert Lyon of Muncie is visiting Rev. and Mrs. O. P. Van Y and children Mr. and Mrs. Otis Thomas and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Naylor and son Max and Mrs. Meade Bennett and son Chester spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Bennett Avon Krausbauer and son Hathaway and Theodore Kraus bauer of Newcastle are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krausbauer Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Barker spent Christ mas with Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Darrah at Winchester Mr. and Mrs. Kurt sal Gray and son William of Red Key spent Christmas with Mrs. Mary Keever Mr. and Mrs. Reed Abel and children of Bay City, Mich., Miss Esther Abel of Indianapolis and Miss Ruth Abel of Bloomington are visiting Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Abel Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gaddis took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. James Clemens at. Rich mond, Sunday Rexford Edwards spent the week end in Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ridenour and daughters, Ruth and Emma, spent Christmas day with relatives in Ohio. ....Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gaddis and daughter Marjorie of Chicago are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gaddis Miss Elsie Lee of Muncie is visiting her CLASSIFICATION GUIDE . ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 In Memoriam 3 Cards of Thank 4 Funeral Directors R Funeral Flowers 6 Cemetery Lots, Monuments 7 Lodge Notices 5 Coming Events 9 Personals 10 Lost and Found AUTOMOBILES U Automobiles For Sale 12 Motorcycles and Bicycles 13 Automobiles For Exchange 14 Auto Accessories 15 Service Stations Repairing IS Auto Livery Garages 17 Wanted Automobiles BUSINESS SERVICE IS Business Services Offered 19 Build Ins Contracting 20 Heating and Plumbing 2 1 Insurance 22 Millinery and Dressmaking 23 Moving, Trucking. Storage 24 Painting Papering 25 Patent Attorneys 26 Printing Stationery 27 Professional Services 2S Repairing 29 Renovating and Dyeing 50 Tailoring and Pressing 31 Wanted Business Service EMPLOYMENT 82 Help Wanted Female 33 Help Wanted Male 84 Help Male or Female 85 Salesmen and Agents 3 Situations Wanted Female 37 Situations Wanted Male FINANCIAL Bcsiness Opportunities 39 Investments, Stocks, Bonds 40 Monev to Loan 41 Wanted To Borrow INSTRUCTION 42 Correspondence Courses 43 Local Instruction Classes 44 Musical, Dancing, Dramatic 45 Private Instruction 46 Wanted Instruction LIVE STOCK 47 Dogs. Cats, Pets 4$ Horses. Cattle, Vehicles 49 Poultrv and Supplier B0 Wanted Live Stock MERCHANDISE 51 Articles for Sale 62 Business Equipment 63 Boats and Accessories 54 Building Materials 55 Farm and Dairy Products 6 Fuel and Feed 67 Good Things to Eat 68 Home-Made Things 69 Household Goods 61 Jewelry and Watches !1 Machinery and Tools ("2 Musical Instruments fi3 Seeds, Plants. Fertilizers fi Specials at the Stores 65 Wearing Apparel fifi Wanted To Buv 66A Christmas Suggestions ROOMS AND BOARD 67 Rooms with Board fiS Rooms without Board 69 Rooms for Housekeeping 70 Vacation Places 71 Where to Eat 72 Where to Stop in Town 73 Wanted Booms. Board 74 Apartments and Flats REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 75 Business Places for Rent 7fi Farms for Rent 77 Houses for Rent 78 Offices and Desk Room 79 Suburban for Rent 0 Summer Places for Rent ?1 Wanted To Rent HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE ?2 Business Property S4 Houses for Sale R5 Lots for Sale 85 Siiore Property for Sale S7 Suburban for Sale R Real Estate for Exchange ?9 Wanted Real Estate AUCTIONS LEGALS 50 Auction Sales 91 Legal Notices I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lee.... Mrs. Walter West of Muncie is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hardwicke. .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Phelps and children spent Sunday in Win chester Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Conar- roe spent Sunday witn Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sisk at Losantviile Ollie Nay lor spent Saturday in Winchester Misses Lelia Repass of Carmel and j Helen Holtzman of North Madison, teachers in high school, are spending their Christmas vacation with parents. Miss Lois Lennington took Christ mas dinner- with Miss Lavonne Mc Gunegill. . . .The basketball team will play New Lisbon Friday night at New Lisbon. .. .Miss Junita Thomas Eper.t Tuesday with Mrs. Ollie Naylor.... Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davison and chil dren of Hagerstown, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Howell and daughter of Greensfork and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dow and daughter spent Sunday wtlh Mrs. Ola Howell and children Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fritz and children of Webster spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Howell. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Bays and son Harold of Indianapolis spent Christmas with Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Byrne. LIBERTY, Ind. Dr. Cora L. Gilciist is spending the holidays with home folks at Eau Claire, Wi;. Dr. Mary Cardiner is taking care of her prac tice. .. .Perry Barnard, who is spend ing the winter in Florida, was homt for the holidays. He has returned to Florida for the remainder of the win ter.... John W. Beck of Brownsville township, left this week for Florida,' where he will spend the winter. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Will Filer have returned to their home in Ft. Wayne following a visit here with Mr. Filer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Filer Mrs. A. L. Harlan left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in Detroit, Mich. . . . .Mrs. Anna Pigmsn Garrett of Con nersville, has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Garrett Pigman, before leav ing for California soon Leighton Snyder, son of Preston Snyder, who has been seriously sick with la grippe, is reported to be improving slowly... D. B. Harbine, wife and daughter, Jen- nie. and granddaughter,' Helen Pierce, Fpent Tuesday at Brookville visiting Mrs. George Klipple and daughters, May and Annita Miss Leah Conno- way entertained Mrs. Lee O. Snook, Mrs. Jess Stevens and Mr3. Ray Con ner on Wednesday evening Mrand Mrs. William K. Kerr are guests of their son, Durbin and family at Colum bus, Ohio, this week Mrs. Charles Drapier has returned from a visit of several days with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Breth of Chillicothe, Ohio. DUBLIN, Ind. The Mothers' club will give a chicken supper at the I. O. O. F. hall New Year's eve. After the supper a program will be given. Every one invited to come and Hay to see the old year out and the new year in Miss Morse Maxine Ohmit is spending this week in Richmond with Mrs. Floyd Stout B. T. Hayden and family spent Christmas day with his mother, Mrs. Louisa Hayden, and daughter. . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Champe enter tained a number of relatives at Christ mas dinner Sunday Mrs. Mary Armsrong fell on the ice last Friday evening and received many bruises but no broken bones ?d Beeson, who has been on the sick list the past two weeks, is slowly improving Miss Mary Cain of Indianapolis spent Christ mas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Cain Edgar Hudleston and family of Fountain City spent Christ mas day with Mr. and Mrs. Orie Hud dleston and mother, Mrs. Sarah Hud- dleston Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Gaus- nell and baby went to Alexandria, Ind., Monday to spend this week with his mother Richard Garner and sister Belle entertained at dinner Monday Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. F. Herbst, John Cox, ANNOUNCEMENT Cemetery Lots, Monuments 6 MONUMENTS We carry "Hock of Ages Granite." John P. Emslie, 15 South 10th. Phone 4022. Personals SORE FEET Why suffer, use A-cur-A. Ask Dafler Drug Co., about it. Phone 1H04. 901 Main St. Lost and Found 10 HAND BAG LEATHER, BEADED HAND BAG ACCIDENTALLY TAKEN 4 FROM LADIES' CLOAK ROOM AT PHI DELT DANCE WEDNESDAY NIGHT. WILL PARTY PLEASE RE TURN TO PALLADIUM. MEDICINE CASE I-ost, last evening, between 6th and 10th on Main. Dr. Huffman. 2S N. 6th St. Reward. MODART CURS ET LostT nea r Ninth and Main street. Return to 323 N. Eighteenth street; reward. AUTOMOBILES Automobiles For Sale 11 BUICK 1921 touring, like a new car. Priced to sell, fash or terms. Cheno . weth AutoCo.. 1107 Main St. BUICK We have several buicks In first class shape that can be bought verv cheap. Chenoweth Auto Co., 1107 Main St. 1 CHANDLER Coupe, like new, in ex cellent shape, price is very low tor quick sale. Chenoweth Auto Co., 1107 Main St DODGE Touring: In excellent condi tion. Brower Auto Sales Co. Stude- baker Dealers. : 1-23 S. Seventh St. 1 r1-. CA1 'FORD 1914 tourlnsr, in excellent run-j 1 1 1 1 1 i uiiuiiiuii, f ii. ri.-i u. --v nvii i 14 S. Hth St. FORD 1920; shock absorbers; lval bargain. Geo."W. Worley. 15 S. 9;h. Dort and Franklin dealer. FTTtb 191 9 coupe, been driven 2,000 miles; $150 worth of extras, looks the cam nnw'- Srln5 W'alrpr F Srhott. I U S 'If 1. OVERLAND Sedan ; bargain. Mrs. O. Ratllff street. 1921 model: nt a A. Carlson, 13S2 Auto Accessories 14 ALCOHOL 75c per gallon. NXth Cen tury Tire and Repair Co. 409 Main St. Phone 6106. ALCOHOL 75c per gallon. Cheaper I than letting the radiator freeze up. ! T. A. Robison. 17 S. 6th St. Truck and auto repairing. Phone 1039. Service Stations Repairing 15 AUTO REPAIRING For easy riding put E-Z spriners on vour Ford. Bailey Garage, rear Postoffice CENTRAL AUTO REPAIR SHOP PAINTING, TRIMMING. POOR AND WINDSHIELD GLASS; MECHANICAL REPAIRING. N. 12 & B. PHONE 2453 Auto Livery Garages 16 GARAGE For rent; Call at 2305 North in good location. F street. Wanted Automobiles 17 USED CAR WANTED. 50 USED CARS LATE MODELS. WILL PAY CASH. WALTER E. SCITOTT. 14 S. 0TH ST. PHONE 15. "business servTce Business Services Offered 18 ELECTRIC WIRING Of all complete line of fixtures. kinds; Service Electric Co.. 316 Main St. PLATING Silverware, auto headlights, mirrors, re-silvered. Lahruan Piating Works. 209 W. Main St. Phone 275S. Heating and Plumbing 20i MARSHALL (Wolverine) furnace; of flee and salesrooms 17 N. 7th. Phone j 2259. Opp. Coliseum. E. J. Knapp. TI LLERY CLOC KS-.-D raf t r jp-11 1 a'. 1 o n for furnace or boiler. See Geo. E. Meerhoff. 123 S. 10th. Phone 6247. Millinery Dressmaking 22 HEMSTITCHING Buttons covered, ma chine button holes, floss stitchine;, braidine-Davenport Co. 64 S12.Ph.17K6 Moving, Trucking, Storage 23 B AGO A GET RAXSFE R Merc iiian? 8 delivery. Clarence Erbs. Quisley's drug- store. Sth and Main. Phone 1 244. D RATING Movinjr, trucking lonfj hauls a specialty; ret prices; satisfac tion jruaranteed Cecil Hillinj? JPh.4S02. HAULING Forest Monger for local and long; distance hauling-. Furniture crated, stored or shinned. 519 North D St. Office Phone 2523. MERCHANT DELIVERY Hauling of all kinds. John Graf, Rapp Store. Phone 1055. Res. Phone 600S. MERCHANT Delivery, moving, local & long: hauls. Household storage. Goeh ner, Feltman Clfrar Store.Ph2039-4.363. MERCHANT'S DELIVERY Basrsratre transfer. Good service. O. Showalter. Ph. 121". Yes S- Now drusr store. 22N.9. Mrs. Anna MeKulleip and J. W. Sparks. ....The Francis Asbury class met Wednesday afternoon of this week with Mrs. Orie Huddleston Miss Geneva Murphy of Indianapolis spent Christmas with her grandmother. Mrs. William Smith Mrs. George Stant is seriously ill at this writing Frank Smith and family went to White water, Ind., Tuesday for a visit with his parents Loren Champe of To ledo, Ohio, spent Christmas day here with his relatives Herbert Cain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oldo Cain, was taken to Reid's hospital last week and underwent an operation for append!- citis. He is reported to be eettinsr along nicely Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myers and Mrs. Sarah Houren took Christmas dinner with Elbert Huddles ton and family Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil liam Sullivan are ill The Xazerenes will have a watch meeting here at the Universalist church New Year's eve. Mrs. B. F. Hatfield and daughter Margaret are spending the holidays with Will Phiefer and family at Brown town, Ind; Mrs. Clem White of Day ton, Ohio, spent Christmas here with her mother, Mrs. R. L.. Moore Miss Evelyn Waddell is ill Robert Clif- ford has returned from a visit in Ken - tucky Mrs. Edna Ohmit and daugh ter spent Christmas day with Raymond Lowery and family at Cambridge City. Miss Mamie Keller of Indianapolis is here visiting Ed Beeson Mrs. Sarah Huddleston received a nice box of persimmons that were as large as apples from her daughter Zora who is in California Mrs. Frank Smith and children spent Sunday and Monday with her sister, Mrs. Ivan Starbuck, and family near Green's Fork Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fagan and sister, Miss Mary Amnion, spent Christmas with Walter Fagan and family at Conners- ville Mrs. Sallie Smith spent Christmas day with Mrs. Anna Bond and daughter, Mrs. Reid, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson en tertained at Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Snyder 'and Miss Hattie Cant ..Lulin Thorn is ill. BUSINESS SERVICE Moving, Trucking, Storage 23 MOVING AND STORAGE Local and long distance moving of household goods. Richmond Storage Company, crating and storage. Rear 19 S. 11th St Phones 222S-1566. W. G. Baker, manager. SHIPLETT & MAG ILL Trucking serv ice. We haul anything, anytime, any place; prompt and efficient service. Phone 1469. Residence Phone 4124. Painting Papering 24 PAINTING AND VARNISHING Inside or out work, walk, ceilings, floors and wood work, either job or hour work. Work guaranteed at most rea sonable prices. Phone 4201. Repairing 23 FURNITURE Repaired and rebuilt bv expert mechanics. Bond & Co., 808 N. F. Phone 3495. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted Female 32 HOUSEKEEPER For a farmer and his mother, aged 67. Neat home, near church. Permanent position, no sick ness. Give personal description and qualifications. Address Green Lawn Farm, West Manchester, O. WOMAN Colored: wanted; good posi tion with good pay. Phone 3312. Call 21 16 Main St. Help Wanted Male 33 DRUG CLERK NOT NECESSARY TO BE REGISTERED. APPLY AT TIIISTLETIIWAITE'S, 914 MAIN. MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE. MAN" Wanted to work on farm, on New Paris Pike. Call Phone 54314. je ' Situations Wanted Female PRACTICAL NURSING Wanted, by ! Tr i rtH 1 f- ,-r1 lrninQii Pan riv-f t-i:t reference. Call Phone "204. Situations Wanted Male 37 EOT 14 years; wants place in country for board and schooling. Write or call Widow, 720 N. 10th. ' FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 3 TRUCKING BUSINESS Owing to an injury 1 must dispose mv trucking ! business. This is well established pnd will make net profit of $50 week. Box 1-91 3 car Palladium. INSTRUCTION I Correspondence Courses MAIL CLERKS Government positions. Men. 18. over. Wanted for railway mail, postoffiee. other government positions. Examination soon. Salary $14O0-$lS00 year. E-perience unnec essary. Particulars free. Write Co lumbia School of Civil Service. 142 Pope Blrig., Washington, D. C. Musical, Dancing, Dramatic 44 CLARINET AND SAXOPHONE Lesl sons eien; also reed instruments re- pnircd. Paul Kring. 92". N. 10th St. ! MERCHANDISE Articles For Sale 51 MRS. HOL'SKWIFE If you are having: trouble with vonr electric liarht bulbs; Uro .iri., i j u ' slratfi a VmlK that -will fliniinntA that trouble. Chase Electric Co.. cCr. fith and Main. 2d floor. Phone 6034. Open- ing T:"Q to 0:3. Fuel and Feed 56 FEED Hay for sale. Walter H. Bee-j son. Call Green's Fork Phone. i WOOD Best nf sugar and beech wood, j at $3.25 per cord. Call Phone 1078 Good Things to Eat 57 j KIRCH ER MILK Can't be equalled; our wasron passes your house; if you want m to stor. phone 4O90. Household Goods 59 FURNITURE For sale : bookcase. V -i-rsrv table, kitchen cabinet. 226 -5. Fifth St. FURNITURE A larpre base burner and Florence heater. We buv and sell userl fii-niture and stoves. J. IT. Schell. S17 N. E St. Phone 20S2. FURNITURE rc.iy it from the most complete new and used furniture In ! eastern Indiana. We will exchange ' your old furniture for new and save i vou money. Townsend's. 35-37 S. 6th I Piion,- 1296. Next to Whelan's. . ; FURNITURE Private sale of houe- i hold Roods at 1210 Butler street. Uri- day and Saturday. L'-Cher imiipIi. , mission library pt. buffet. dining ; room' table, six din liter room chairs. 1 kitchen cabinet. 3 kitchen 'dm Irs. -' j rockers, foldintr ouch. 1 roil lineol- urn. Globe rancrc. clniost new: oak j dresser, cbiffioner. 2 iron bed and : springs, oak washstand. All this fur- p. It ur is in first cla-s shine. T. II. i Phillips. 1210 Butler St. Phone 4720. j KITCHEN CABINET Sideboard, tables carpets, heating- stove, hot plate, lin oleum, other household goods. Satur day morning-, 60 S. 16th. STOVE 3-hole coal oil burner, with oven: $12: In good condition. 929 Sheridan St. STOVES Buy stoves of HopklnsT while the sa'e is goina: on. 1ST Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 1570. WE BIT Y AND SELL used furniture and stoves. Home Supplv Co., 1S1 Fort Wnvne Ave Phone 1 Jewelry sr.d Watches 60i L WAT Tj Main St. -Jeweler and optometrist, r.07 watched AND SPECTACLES For i watches and nich-crad" i bargains spectacles, cell ct c. . E. Keever's Watch Shop. 7 South Eleventh St. ! ! Musical Instruments 62; ItECOKDS You can save 1-" at our pt change. Whv pav more? We buv. sell and eytlrui".'. Miller Harney Store. S27 Main St. Wearing Apparel 65' sutt OR overcoat- $ M.tdf to ; rneasnro b' the A. Nash Co. Mr. R. : wait on customers every j ar.d Saturday. 921 i j 1 Marsh will Wedr.cdav Main St. Wanted To Buv 65! RAW FURS Wanted: hisrhest market! nrioe and liberal grading. 0 40 N. 10 Ed Burns. RAW FURS Bought: paid. Clendenin & Wayne Ave. hiehest prices 1 Co.. 257 Fort ! ROOMS AND BOARD Rooms With Board 67 j Steam ! 501 li ' rooms Furnished rooms "with 1 rat 5r"i th :a's" hoard. Main SI. Rooms Without Board 63; MAIN ST.. 054 Front lie-ht house keeping rooms for rent. With Bath pnd heat. NINETEENTH ST.. N. "104 Three un furnished rooms, for rent: no -hj-dren: eood location RI CH MONO- A VE.'i 21 S Furnish ed rooms: first floor, private entrance; heat and light; also garajre. DO YOU KNOW Why you are reading this ad? It is because it is set In such a manner that it caught your eye. When you advertise don't let the other fellow get all the re sults because you forgot to specify that your ad be set in this manner. Tell the person taking your ad to have it set style number five. ADVANCE! "You will proceed to Verdun and relieve the 316th Infantry. You will arrive there at 5:10 a. m. and take up your position in accordance with the orders given in detail below." Without written orders, the would have been at a loss where -And these written orders were just as much a part of the daily life on the battlefield as eating or sleeping. In the Palladium's classified section you will find little "orders" that can greatly facilitate your buying and selling movements from day to day. Make reading these classified ads a part of YOUR daily routine in the battle of life and be ready at all times to accept the advantages they offer you. ROOMS AND BOARD Rooms Without Board 68 ROOM- -For rent, to lady ; cooking priv- j elege. ll(UMr 1 !!Ulit3 1DUU, feLUJll 1 -J cation; reasonable. ROOMS Nicely furnished sleeping I room., centrally located. for . rent; i-pawnahlt. I'nll pimn. "(117 ' I ...,p.,tyi".a"'c- Vii1 i.lILe ?LL'.-.. j ROOMS Four large furnished, and hall. Near Main St. Reasonable. In-, .piire 240 Ft. Wayne Ave. Ph. 1905. Rooms for Housekeeping 63 FIFTH ST.. N. 110 Light housekeep ing rooms for rent, downstairs; priv ate entrance. SIXTH ST.. N205 Light"" "h use keep" nig and sleeping rooms ror rent, in good location. ROOMS $ 1 2.50 for 3. unfurnished, 513 N. D. $14 for 4. unfurnished, 701 6ih. Phone2S54. ! REAL7eSTATE FOR RENT if Apartments and Flats SEVENTH ST., N. 4 One flat. 4 rooms and bath: 6-room flat with bath. Phone 1707. SEVENTH STS. 16 Vs For rent; 6- room apartment, modern except heat. in good condition. $20 per month. Call at 201 N. 9th. APARTMENT 4-room with bath: mod- crn; No 1519U N. D. Rent right to right persons. i FLAT ROOM FLAT WITH BATH; FOR RENT. APPLY 1500 N. E. ST. j FLAT 4 rooms and store room, for rent. Inquire at 414 North iMgfttn street. FLAT 5 rooms with bath for Kood neighborhood, on tar line plv 1500 x. E. StJ rent ; Ap- Houses For Rent ' EIGHTEENTH ST. N. 213 FIVE-ROOM , 'ana numbered from 1 to 15 inclusive, HOCSI-: FOR RENT; LIGHI, OAS. and sold to provide funds to complete c,-T-lth' ne,v Hifch School Building now 1111 V.'ATER; $20 Phil MONTH. SEE ; der construction within said School .... . ! Township, County and State and pav FOREMAN - ADUliUlAA - f ALU n 1, Si 0-311 COL. 29t:o-t;oii. BLDG. PHONE 1037- - HOT'SK Five rooms furnished; for i rent. Phone 3302, or call No. 3 Laurel street , 1 HOUSE For rent; 6-room, in good lo- j cation; electric lights, gas. both kinds of water; eood repair. Call 215 N. 13. i phone 1230. Offices and Desk Room 78 TWO OFFICE ROOMS One of them a front room in Americuu Bank Build ing. Call at Bank Wanted To Rent 81 HOUSE Wanted to rent; 0 or 6 room house, modern or semi-modern. Box I-913S care of Palladium. "real estate for salTeT Farms and Land For Sale 83 FAR MS -F o r r7alestaTe"see A. M. Rob erts. Richmond. Ind.. R. F. D. Ph. 4171. Houses For Sale 84 SEVENTEENTH ST., N. SIX-ROOM HOUSE; HOT WATER HEAT. GAS, WATER. LIGHTS. TOILET: FIXING IN FOR BATH: IN EXCELLENT LO CATION AND A REAL BARGAIN. CAN BE BOUGHT ON TERMS; $1,200. RAMSEY & HUDELSON. 17 N. 7TH. PHONE 2259-6041 -1 S99. REAL ESTATE List your property with J. H. Schell, all kinds for sale. Office 817N. E. Phone 20S2 or 2197. E "l ctTmoND PRO PERT Y A specialty. Porterfield, Union Bank Bldg. Eleva tor, Sth St. entrance. Phone 1965. HOUSE ModernT" 6-room brick. SO-f t.; on car line, fine repair. Good dou ble, central, rents for $60 per mo.; $4,100. Arthur Brooks. i BUNGALOW. SOUTH END FIVE ROOMS AND BATH. 1 FRAME HOUSE OF THE S EMI - B U N G ALOW T Y PE. HARD PINE FLOORS; FINE HOT AIR FURNACE; SOFT WATER RATH, WITH HOT WA T E R UPSTAIRS AND DOWN; CEMENT VERANDA, RACK PORCH. ON REAR OF LOT IS A BRICK BUILDING THAT BRINGS GOOD INCOME WITH NO COST OF UPKEEP. THIS PROPERTY IS ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM CAR LINE. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A PROPERTY THAT IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION FROM STREET TO ALLEY. GIVE THIS ONE THE ONCE OVER. FOR INFORMATION CALL AT S01 SOUTH SEV ENTH STREET. PHONE 1977. France REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Houses For Sale G4 HOME My home. 605 South 0th St.;6- room modern, on paved street. Good garage; a bargain. Henry J. Duning. um,,,,. !,',''", iZZ-ZC'.t" H,?,,!r0(,-!i klV1?s;..' if- ef!Ye buing. Warren I. Newkirk, 3J. Lo- Ion la! Bldg. Phone 2310. TZ,7,. TT7 HOL.LS Over 30 listed for sale, with C. E. Keever Real Estate Co. Office 7 S. 11th. Phone 141 or 2169. AUCTIONS LEGALS Legal Notices 91 NOTICE OF BOND SALE I Notice Is hereby given that sealed! bids will be received by the undersign- ; ed. Flalnh W. MeMlnn. s Trusteo nf 1 Center School Township. Wayne Coun- , inuidna. hi rue oriice or said trus tee in the town of Centerville. said ! township, county and state, tip to the1 hour of I o'clor-k n. m nn KatnrHav ' I January 14th. 1922. for the purchase of! I school bonds of said Center School1 Township, Wayne Countv. Indiana in 1 the sum and amount of Ten Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($10,200.00). at I which time and place all bids received ! therefor will be opened. Said bonds will be dated January 10th, 1922, and will be In denomina tions of Six Hundred Eighty Dollars! (loSO.00) each and bear interest at the' rate of five percent 52, 1 per annum from date, payable semi-annuallv, be-1 ginning July 1st. 1923. ' Said bonds and interest will be pay- 1 anie at The Centerville State Bank of Centerville. Indiana. and said bonds will mature and become due and pay able within fifteen years from the date thereof and as follows: One bond in the amount of Six- Hundred Kightv Dol lars ( 1680.00 on July 1st. 1923", and one bond for the same amount on July 1st of each and every year thereafter, ex cept July 1st. 1 r.".fi." when The lat twn 'of said bnnds In the amount of Thir 77 - teen Hundred Sixty Dollars $13ti0.00) 1 will be due and navable Said bonds Will he known anrt IsciikH ! as -Second Series School House Bonds" ! the neessarv costs and expenses inci- (dent thereto Said bonds win b 1fsf,UP ,4ndpr the ;iaws of the state of Indiana and in; I strict compliance therewith. The same 1 ! will be sold to the hiehest and best! bidder for cash and for not less than I par plus accrued interest. A proper transcript of the proceedings for the is sue and 6ale of said bonds will be fur nished by the undersigned Trustee. ' Each bidder is required to file with I nis bid a certified check for Two Hun dred Dollars ($20O.O0t. payable to the order of Ralph W. McMinn. Trustee, conditioned that In the event he is awarded said bonds that lie will nav said Trustee the amount of 1:1s bid for said bonds: and In the event said bid der falls or refuses to pay the amount of his bid for said bonds, said check ; and the money represented thereby shall become the absolute property of I said Center School Township for the use of th proper fund thereof as pro vided ny law. The risht is reserved to reject anv and all bids. RALPH W. McMINN. Trustee, Center School Township, Wayne County, Indiana. Denver C. Harlan, Attorney. Richmond. Ind. Dec.23-30-Jan.6 CITY ADVERTISEMENT Department of Public Works, office of the Board, Richmond, Ind., Decem ber 29, 1921. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board! of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. Indiana, that on the 29th day of December, 1921, they approved an assessment roll showing the prima I facie assessments for Ihe following ! described public improvement, as au thorized by the Improvement Resolu tion named: Improvement Resolution No. 607. 1921. for improving the "west side of North-west 7th Street; by construct ing a cement curb and gutter l'ft. wide and a cement sidewalk 91. 'ft. wide from the Peacock Road eouth to a point 330 feet. 1 Persons interested in or affected by said described public improvement are hereby notified that the Board of Pub i lie Works of said city has fixed Thurs , day, January 19, 1922, 9 o'clock a. m., ' as a date upon which remonstrances will bo received, or heard, against the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY AUCTIONS LEGALS American troops in to go or what to do. PUBLIC FARM SALE Having rented my farm, the undersigned will offer at public auction . TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1922 Commencing at 10 o'clock a: m 1 mile south of the Wernle Home, and 3 miles southeast of Richmond on the Boston Fike, the following personal property: 3 HEAD OF MORSES One 7-year-old Belgain mare weight 1300. sound and a good worker. 1 12-year-old horse, sound and an extra good worker; 1 brown mare, smooth mouth, good worker. 12 HEAD OF CATTLE Eight milk cows. 2 Shorthorns just fresh; 1 Jersey fresh bv dav of sale 2 Snorthorns fresh February 1st. and the ISth. 1 Shorthorn ' giving ?, seal Ions a day, 1 black cow first calf, giving 3 gallon a dav, 1 Jersey and Shorthorn, fresh last April civing one gallon a day, 1 corning 1-veat-old Shorthorn bull; 3 heifer calves ti months old. 31 HEAD Consisting of 7 brood sows, bred to o o wens mo a male, hoss, one registered (Chester snoais, frooa ones, weighing 100 lbs. 17 HEAD OF SHEEP - Fourteen .Shropshire ewes, one fin 2-year-old Shropshire burk; nm fnrr lambs. FEED timothy haV'Un,lrr"1 ",slu:s il1ore or ,fs of xtra gd 'corn; 4 ton. irAKM IMPLEMENTS i.Ti , ? l " oot rut;J -"in mower. 5-foot cut; 1 hav tedd-r 1 i 1 8r;.d,p ha,y ralje'. 1 s,n,e harrow, 2 Janwvill corn plow s. 1 one-row corn plow, 1 two-row corn plow. 1 Janesvllle corn planter check row complete: 1 Janesvllle hr.al, I til.T-- -"J'--'j ,i! , "U -Pi . ' J,SP',K'! ,ooin harrows, l single shovel plow. 1 five-hoe h grinders, i power mill. 1 hand mill, 1 road i cart, t MISCELLANEOUS t Ki . ne,,an!l',J saIlon 011 drum, 1 hand blacksmith forg. keZ.hL . V7 vi,es..l p.anta incubator, 120-esg capacity. 6 cords Beech wood cut in August and other articles too numerous to mention. TFI!?M" AU sum8 of J3.00 and under cash in hand, all over $5.00 u iwuviniJ o a Credit of six months front date with bankable note 1 Interest from date of sale, no property to be moved until settled for. ' Fa JAMES SHANK ' Lunch served by the Ladies' Aid of Boston. AUCTIONS LEGALS Legal Notices Continued 91 amount assessed each piece of prop erty described in said roll and will de termine the question as- to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefited in the amounts named on sajd roll, or in a greater or less sum than than named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with thf lamcs of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on file and may be seen at the office oi the Board of Tublic Works of said citv. ' MATT. VON PE1N-. P,ENJ. C. PRK'E, JOHN E. PELTZ. Board of Public Works. Dec.SO-lt. "CLASSIFIED DISPLAY REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR RENT Five-room place, 15 N. 12th. Water, gas, electric light. A gord little bouse in the very best neighbor hood. One-half square from Main. Five-room house. '61 1 N. th; crn, gas .electric lights, $14. mod- SH1DELER 910'i Main. Phone 1814. FINANCIAL LOAN on Furniture, Fianos, Live Stork. Autos, Talking Machines, etc. Get our terms before borrowing. One. to twenty months to pay. All transac tions strictly private. STAT E INVESTS! E NT AND LOAN CO. Room 40, 3rd Floor Colonial Bids. Phone 2560. . . ANNOUNCEMENTS Aiinooocement OF UP-TO-DATE NEW STOCK OF GROCERIES Call and let us serve you. A com- plete stock of fresh and smoked meats, groceries, fruits ar.d flour. We are offering at special prices a fresh stock of fruits, candies and Kroeerics for your New Year's din ner this week. We offer the best delivery service. PHONE S2S7 HARP' "Checkered Fromt" GROCERY 1102 Sheridan St. AUTOMOBILES FORD At 14 South Sth. Ford 1320 touring, with std r ter . $2 ?0 1010 tourine with starter J2rio Maxwell 1910, new paint, cord tires, prpod as new $3 50 1017 Dodfee touring, in excellent condition $325 Mitchell Six tourinsr car. new tires; a perfect beauty ...... t'T.n 1920 Ford ton truck $300 Cash or terms. WALTER Phone 1S5S. E, SCHOTT 14 South Sth St. HOLIDAY SPECIALS Some folks persist in thinking: that used cars have not come down in pri-e and when we offer a car at a very low price they assume the car is worn out. The following are all in g-iiaranteed running order. Jf not, bring them back and have them repaired free. These cars are at prices that will induce you try buy before this year expires. CHEVROLET 490. winter top, 1295 MAXWELL touring, five tires, 115-5. OAKLAND, 4 -door sedan, new cord tires and spare; $850. PULLAiAN touring:, S good tires, $250. EMPIRE, touring, good tires; runs g-ond: $tiS. HUDSON touring-, good running order: $150, DIXIE FLYER, touring; $259. Open every right until New Tears. Cash, Terms or Trada WAYNE COUNTY NASH MOTOR COMPANY 19 So. 7th. Phono 8173 AUCTIONS LEGALS OF HOGS farrow the first half of March One ennster v ii'.te sows nn rriiFrf -i White). I Poland China. il fll each.