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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, -IND WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1922.
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''The following classification headings
PPeaKJn this newspaper In the num
erical order here given, closely allied
classifications being grouped together.
The Individual advertisements are
arranged under these Headings In al
phabetical order for quick reference.
" In Memoriara
8 Cards of Thanks.
5 Funeral Flowers
6 Cemetery, Lots, Monuments -
7 Lodge Notices
" Coming Events
10 Lost and Found
. A Automobile Agencies
11 Automobiles For Rale
12 Auto Trucks For Sale
i- Car(fpAutos For Hire
;2 J'otorcycles and Bicycles
TJepalrfng Service Stations
J Wanted Automobiles
18 BuslneHs Services Offered
.? gleaning. DyeingRenovatlng
22 Heating, Plumbing, Roofing
oBMo,vln.ff- Trucking. Storage.
Painting. Papering. Decorating
si Printing Engraving
r, PofeFional Services
? Z?,orlnf and Pressing
ul Wanted Business Service. "
32 He n Wanted Female
n .jfelp Wanted Male
Dlp Male or Female
i' "1101 tors. Canvassers. Agenta
is S tuatlons Wanted Female
7- bituations XVanted Male
J Ruslness Opportunities
in 1? vestments. Stocks, Bonds .
40 Money Loan
41 VvantedTo Borrow
' , INSTRUCTION
' orres-pondenre Courses
a". lfcr,i Instruction Classes
J. "."lr a'. Dancing. Dramatic
1 private Instruction
4 5 , anted Instruction
. LIVE STOCK
Horses. Cattle. Vehicles
60 Wanted T!ve Stock
,. . t, , MERCHANDISE
J Articles for Sale
fl2rtPr anJ Exchange
r.2 Business and Office Equipment
Boats and Accessories
i Building Materials
i 2 Farm and Dairy Products
11 Euel. Feed. Fertilizers
Ji Hood Things to Eat
"J Household Goods i
60 Jewelry and Watches
J' Machinery and Tools
2 Musical Instruments
5jA Radio Equipment
fiS Seeds. Plants and Flower
f Specials at the-Stores
S:i Wearing Apparel -66
Wanted To Buv
' ROOMS AND" BOARD
i Rooms With Board '
II Rooms Without Board
Sxnoms for Housekeeping
71 Where to Eat
. 72 Where to Stop In Town
W anted Rooms or Board
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
J Apartments and Flats
..1 business i'iaces for- Rent
76 Farms for Rent
77 Houses for Rent
7s Offices and Desk Room
79 Suburban for Rent
SO Summer Places for Rent
glWanted To Rent
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
R Brokers In Real Estate
s Business Property tor Pale
S3 Farms and Land for Sale
84 Houses fr Sale
85 Txits for Sale
86 Resort Property for Sale
S7 Suburban for Sale
R Tieal Kstate for Exchange
S9 Wanted Real Estate
, AUCTIONS LEG ALS
1 I.eeral Notices
90 Auction Sales
Cemetery Lots, Monuments 6
PUT NOW For fall and spring deliv
ery, large stock, new designs, monu
ments. markers. J. p. Kmslie. 15 S. 10.
NO HUNTING on Charles Yount farm on
the Cart Road: V, mile west of Bethel.
Lost and Found
BLACK HOUND Female; lost or stol
en: weight about SO lbs. Omer Calla
wav. Connersville, Ind., R. R. 7. $23
GLOVES Found: ladies'
Call at 511 S. Sth St.
l.ova GREY SILK GLOVE Lost.
LOST Large blick Newfoundland dog;
name Prince. Phone 1S05; reward.
LOST One lierht greV.tom cat : $1 re
ward for information loading to his
ret'overv. Phone Ti"T or 1921.
Automobiles For Sale .
BALLARD'S USED CARS
sport, wire wheels;
STUDEBAKER 1922 light six.
STUDEBAKER 1921 sedan.
FORD 1922 coupe, new tires and paint.
CHANDLER 1920 Dispatch.
I MIDGE 1919 sedan.
Our service is best in the. city.
BALLARD SALES CO.
:t-23 S. 7TH.
BF1CK 1919 light six roadster; looks
and runs good; $tS5. Phone lSSS
BUICK 1920 light sixrTourlngTAt con
dition; $.".r0. Wavne Countv Nash Mo
tor Co.29 to 35South Sth St.
BUICK. FORD; OVERLAND, MAX
well. Chevrolet, Chandler and all good
standard rrtske used cars at bargain
prices. Chenoweth Used Car Dept., 13
S. 11th St
COLF 1920, S sport, wire wheels, Royal
cord tires. Phone 1858.
,IKIXE Roadster, a car that has had
excellent care; $235. Wavne County
t Nash Motor Co.. 29 to 35 So. Sth St.
FORD Touring, new tires, shock ab
sorbers; looks and trtins goofl; $125.
Wavne County Nash Motor Co., 29 to
35 So. Sth St.
FORD Roadster new tires, new top and
curtains, new rings, counter-balanced
crank-shaft; Peerless radiator; bargaun
Call Baxter. Phone 161.
Automobiles For Sale
CLEAN-UP SALE OF. USED CARS
FORD 1921 coupe, new paint; $390.
FORD 1921 coupe, new paint; $400.
FORD 1920 touring, 225.
FORD 1920 sedan, 1423.
DODGE 1916 touring, new cord tires.
BUICK 1920 coupe, 1,000.
BUICK 41918 touring, $275.
BUICK 1920 touring, $600. .
CHEVROLET 1918 touring, $175.
Cash or" Terms.
RICHMOND MOTOR SALES CO.
12 & N. E. PHONES 1494-6075
Wayne Mull. Mgr.
LEXINGTON 6-cylinder; just over
hauled; Al condition; will demon
strate. Call in evening at 133 Wil
MAXWELL 1920; Al condition; also
two 'horses; gas engine; all priced
right. 1347 Ridge Ave. - t
SAXON Light six touring ' car, cond
tires, refinished and runs like new;
$285. Wayne County Nash Motor C.,
29 to 35 So. 8th St.
SCRIPPS-BOOTH Touring car, in fine
condition; good reason for selling.
Owner. Call 240 South 4th, evenings.
SPECIALS IN GOOD USED CARS
CHEVROLET 1920. truck.
FORD 1921 touring.
FORD 1920 touring.
FORD 1921 ccadster, slip-on bed.
FORD 1918 coupe.
OLDSMOBILE 1920 sedan.
OVERLAND 4 1920.
PATTERSON 1920 sedftn, 7-passenger.
STUDEBAKER 1920 special 6, 4-pass.
We buy, sell or trade Used Cars.
GEO. W. WORLEY
15 S.-.9TH ST. .
USED CARS EXCEPTIONAL VALUES
OLDSMOBILE Coupe, late model.
MITCHELL E40 1919, wire wheels.
HUPMOBILE 1 919 touring.
MITCHELL E40 1919 sedan.
BUICK 4 Late model.
MITCHELL D40 1918.
THESR PA.RS have Keen overhauled
' and renafnte.d. Good tires. Guaran
teed to be in good condition every
way. Priced to sell.
STEVE WO RLE T GARAGE
221 N. W. 7TH. PHONE 4878
A REMARKABLE TIRE
Federal Tires are big, sturdy,
long-wearing tire, built to sat
isfy the buyer on every point of
mileage. quality-and price. Ben
netts' Tire Store, 1512 Main.
A UTOMOBILE TOPS" RE-COVERED
Curtain repair work. Guy Atchley, 610
N. !, near Penn, reight Depot.
AUTOMOBILE TOPS And trimmings;
auto storake. W. A. Parke, 17 S. 10th
St. Office Phone 1632; Res. 2724.
CALIFORNIA TOPS Made to order for
any kind of car. Ray C. Needham, 300
N. 5th St. Phone 6255.
LABEL CALIFORNIA TOP
BUILT TO FIT TOUR CAR Price not
to exceed $200. A full line of uphols
tering and seat covering.
RAY C. NEEDHAM.
800 N. 5TH. PHONE 6255
Garages Autos For Hire 14
GARAGE For rent; 1315 Main Street.
HI ATT GARAGE "Biggest Little Gar
age in Town." Expert repairing on
Cadillac, Marmon, Peerless and Chev
rolet; all work guaranteed. Rear 819
S. G. Phones 1677-221.
TAXI Short calls. 25c: special price on
on country drives., Frank R. Cham-
ness. Phone 3461.
Repairing Service Stations 16
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING OF ALL
kinds. See us today. Bailey Bros.
Garage, rear of Postoffice.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Of all
kinds. We guarantee our work. Rich
mond Motor Sales Co.. 12 & N.E.Ph.1494
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Of all
kinds: reboring bord, new pistons,
pins and rings, $15. Clark Garage,
rear --4 S. litli. I'tione i4(.
CENTRAL AUTO REPAIR SHOP
Builders of bodies, door and wind
shield glass. Auto repairing, auto
painting, trimming. N. 12 & B. Ph.2453.
CYLINDER RE-GRINDING We re-
grind your old motor block, giving
original efficiency; over-size piston
rings and wrist pins, jwecnanicai serv
ice Co., rear of Postoffice. Ph. 6117.
DOES YOUR CAR need overhauling?
If it needs attention, let me put it In
A- condition for you, at a very rea
sonable cost. T. A. Robison, 17 S. 6th.
MONROE SERVICE STATION is now
located 14 Richmond Ave. Supply of
pa rt s on hand. Ph. 3114 U. M. Kaucett.
TAKE vour next repair job. either by
the job cr hour. W. H. Thesing, 908
N. B St.
Business Services Offered
ALL KINDS OF plaiting, mirrors re-sil
vered. Lahman Plating Works, 209 W.
Main St. Phone 2758.
EI.F.OTRIOAL WORK of all kinds. You
will be surprised at our prices. Our
stock of electric fixtures can't be ex
celled. Chase Electric, corner 6th and
Main. Phone 6034. Open evenings.
FRENCH HEMSTITCHING The new
stvle hemstitching done while you
wait, bv the best operator in the city
We will also do your pleating, button
covering, scalloping and make Vour
button holse. Singer Sewing Machine
Co.. 7 S. 7th St.
HEMSTITCHING Buttons covered, ma
chine and button trole. floss stitching.
brading. Davenport Co.. 64 S. 12. Ph. 1786
HEMSTITCHING AND P I C O T I N G
1 High class work done. Nell Dickin
son, 2j-t. tn.
PLAIN SEWING Wanted.
Chestnut St. "
Heating, Plumbing, Roofing 22
CALORIC FURNACES Are very easy
to install; reasonable price. w. O.
Harrison; R. R. C. Phone 54103.
MARSHALL (Wolverine) furnace: of
fice and salesrooms 17 N. 7th. Phone
2259. Opp. Coliseum. E. J. Knapp.
PLUMBING. BOILER AND FURNACE
Installed: get my prices. Geo. E. Meer
hoff. 123 S )Pth. Phone 6L'47.
WASHINGS Wanted: at 1137 North 1!
St. Calle1 for ana delivered.
Moving, Trucking, Storage 25
CECIL HILLING For draying. moving,
long hauls a specialty: get my prices
satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 1959,
CITY-TO-CITY HAULING Merchant de
livery, housenoia storage. jroenner.
Feltmah Cigar Store. Phone 2039-4363
DRAYING Moving, hauling of all kinds
storage, crating. ora Monger, so.
7th St. Phone 3137-2746.
MOVING, STORAGE And crating of all
kinds. Local ana long aist&nce nam
ing. Forest Monger. 519 N. D St. Ph.
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THINK of something-that you ant to get in theTiear future
anything from a rocking-chair to a house to rent.
THEN THINK of the A-B-C Classified columns all tha way
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You'll find this the most profitable memory stunt you ever
' performed and it gets better every time it's repeated!
The beauty of remembering the A-B-C Ads every time you
have a need to fill is that the four score and more Classifications
and the alphabetical arrangement of offers under each one make
M easy for you to find satisfaction without any loss of time.
,Use this service regularly!
V The A-B-C Classified Ads v
Always the Same in Service
' Always Different-r-in Opportunity '
Moving, Trucking, Storage 25
MOVING AND STORAGE Local and
long .distance moving of household
goods. Richmond Storage Company,
crating and storage. Rear 19 S. 11th St.
Phone 2Z2X-15S6. W. G. Baker mgr.
LANDSCAPE GARDNER Tree expert;
tree planting and spraying. J. D. nag
en, 91 Liberty A'e. Phone 4344. ,
SHOE REPAIRING AT REDUCED .
PRICES - " '
$1.50 man's half-soles at ..... r. . 85c
SI. 50 man's Panco soles at $1-O0
$0 60 mans rubber heels at ....... 40c
$1.25 ladies' half-soles at 75c
$0.50 ladies' rubber heels at 40c
Children's half-soles -.50c to 7oc
Out of high rent district. Open even
315 N. lth St. '
Uskidl and Panco half soles.
$1.50; guaranteed to wear bet
ter than leather. Repairing done
while you 'wait. Rapid Shoe
Repair, 326 Main St
WATCHES, CLOCKS Jewelry, watch
movements and cases. Time-piece re-
pairlng. H. Clyde St. John. 7 S. 7th St.
Help Wanted Female
COMPETENT WHITE COOK Wanted;
no laundry. Reference required. Ad
dres Mrs. Frank G. Darlington, 1240
North Delaware St., Indianapolis, Ind.
GIRL Or middle age woman, wanted;
for general housework. 2001 IS. Main.
STENOGRAPHER Wanted; young
lady; experience not necessary, but de
sirable. Address jotl fc-iuus care pal
WAITRESS Wanted. Kandy Shop.
Help Wanted Male
ACTIVE MAN To book orders for nur
sery stock and hire agents. Big pay.
Exclusive territory. Free outfit- Em
mons & Company Newark, N. Y. '
BARBER BUSINESS PAYS Learn it.
Short course. Catalog mailed tree.
Moler Barber College, 105 S. Wells St.,
Chicago, 111. .
BENCH AND FLOOR MOLDERS
Wanted- address Ed Hunt. Fox Ma
chine Co.7 Jackson, Michigan.
BOY Wanted: must
be 16 years old.
violet Ray Studio..
BOY Wanted; Union
BOYS Wanted; steady employment
must be 16 years old. Apply McCel J
ian casket co., 3zo so. 4th St.
GOVERNMENT RAILWAY MAIL Clerks
Start $133 month; expenses paid. Speci
men examination questions free. Co
lumbus Institute, Columbus, Ohio. '
SALESMAN Wanted; one with car to
call on dealers with the lowest priced
fabric and 10,000-mile cord tires. $100
a week with commissions. Universal
Tire & Rubber Company, Michigan
WANTED A high class man of busi
ness ability, capable of handling an in
surance business already established
In Richmond. Liberal writing com
missions also good renewal income on
business established. I want a man
who has ambition to get aherfd grow
advance. Must be a producer. Pre
vious insurance experience not essen
tial, but preferred. Personal interview
arranged. Address Box F-1001, care
Help Male or Female
MEN AND WOMEN who are interested
in drawing write statin age and
whether or not you care to follow
commercial art as a profession. A
representative of one of the largest
art concerns in the country will be in
your city In the near future, to Inter
view only those who are ambitious and
have an artistic talent. Those qualify
ing will be given the opportunity of
training as a commercial artist, wnicn
will qualify you for positions with big
incomes, without interfering with your
present employment. Address Box
F-804 care Palladium. '
Situations Wapted female
COLORED GIRL Wants housework at
once, by day or week; or nursing. 101t
.N. j St.
YOUNG LADY Attending business col
leges desires nlaee In Drivate home to
assist with work, in exchange for
board and room. Richmond Business
College. Phone 2O40.
Dogs, Cats, Pets
RABBIT HOUND For sale. Call aft-
er 5:30 p. m. at 441 South Tenth St.
Horses, Cattle, Vehicles
For sale, 7 years - Vld. giving
Call 175 Ridge Ave, after 6 p. m.
Poultry and Supplies
GETTING EGGS In cold weather Is sim
ply a question of giving the hens
enough good food with Pratts Poultry
Regulator mixed In It every day.
There must be food enough to keep up
strength. prole extra heat to with
stand the cold and surplus to go into
egg-making. Pratts Poultry Regulator
keeps the egg machine wel lolled and in
good running order. And the cost is
a trifle over a cent a hen per month.
Guaranteed to satisfy or vour monev
back. Hoosler Flour 9t Feed Co., J.
H. Menke, Ed Stegman. Omer G. Whel
an. LAYING HENS must have the right
food If vou want plenty or eggs. Pratts
Buttermilk Laying Mash Is the food
that makes the hens lay. Give them
"Pratts" and they've simply got to lay
thev can't help themselves. Test it
at our risk. Sold on this guarantee
"Tour Money Back If You Are Not
Satisfied" by J. H. Menke. Ed Stegman.
Articles For Sale
BARGAINS In watches and high grade
spectacles. Call at C. E. Keever's
Watch Shop. T South 11th Street.
LOST SOMETHING ? .
Phone a Want Ad to
Articles For Sale
HAND BAGS Fine selection of leather,
raesh and bead bags at right-prices.
Lawall, 607 Main St. K
USED CORONA TYPEWRITER For
"ale; good condition. Call' Duning's.
N. Sth St.
Barter and Exchange 51A
CALL AT TOWNSEND'S when you'want
to buy or sell good used furniture; it
will pay you. Townsend's1 New & Used
Goods Store, 35-37 S. 6th. Phone 1296.
GOOD USED GOODS We buy and ell.
Hr l.?T 01 :fase v urniture Mcliange
oav Main, pnone 1461.
USED FURNITURE AND . STOVES
? .uCnc -Sna soia. Home Supply Co.,
184 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 1862.
BUILDING BLOX Drain tile brick.
riue blox. Bertsch Bros., factory and
ocnooi sc. roaa. .Phone 3250x.
LUMBER 3,000 feet of noDlar lumber
1,000 feet of oak. - Inquire 1022 & So.
unwrcn o.jtj ana b p. m.
CHI FFO ROB EFo r sale; also chiffon
ier, 2 dressers, 2 rugs, sanitary couch
"in ounet. zz $0. litn St.
CHILD'S WHITE ENAMEL BED For
saie. a.'u south 12th St.
FLORENCE HOT BLAST STOVE For
saie, cneap. call 101 S. 15th St.
FURNITURE For sale;
bed and nursery chair.
45 So. 17th St.
FURNITURE ' Bedroom suite, base
burner, coal steel range, hot plate, gas
heater, three rocking chairs, etc. Call
afternoons-or evenings at 517 N. 17th.
LARGE GAS HEATER For sale; lso
adjustable dressmaking form. 424" So.
Jewelry and Watches
DIAMOND RING For sale, bargain
owner wants to sell; no dealers. Ad
dress Box F-1004. care Palladium.
Machinery and Tools
FARM LIGHT PLANT For sale, cheap.
SAXOPHONES Have several good used
v. oaxupnunes ror sale cneap. uasn or
terms. Paul Kring. 273 Colonial Annex
RECORDS You can save 1-3 at our ex-
cnange. hy pay more? We buv,
sell,ind exchange. Miller Harness
Ktoi.-. S27 Mnin St.
LADY'S SUIT AND COAT Blue serge
jacKet suit, aiso winter coat, like new.
201 So. 5th St.
SHIRTS Made to your measure: mad
ras, silk and crepe a specialty. 233
South 11th St. Phone 6177.
fcLll AND COAT Lady s winter suit
and coat for sale.
Inquire 1233 Main
SUITS OR OVERCOATS $23.50! made
10 measure Dy A. rwash ,Jo. Kaincoats,
$7.50 to $25; all wool gaberdines at
$30: made to order. Mr. R. Marsh will
wait on customers pn Wednesday and
Saturday. 921 y. Main St.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Rooms Without Board
11TH ST., S. 130 Furnished large mod
ern front room; hot water heat. Phone
1065. Gentlemen preferred.
13TH ST., S. 38 Downstairs front room
for rent; suitable for one or two ladies.
DOWNTOWN Furnished room for rent,
with light, heat and bath. For gentle
man only. Phone 2977.
Wanted Rooms or Board 73
3 ROOMS Wanted; furnished or unfur
nished. South 5th and 9th St. Address
Box J-1101. care Palladium.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Apartments and Flats
4-ROOM APARTMENT For rent; with
bath, heaf and modern conveniences;
3rd floor. Cor. Sth and Main. R. K.
Shiveley, Cor; 9th and Main.
TO SUBLET Furnished Wilmore apart
ment, two rooms, kitchen and bath;
Offices and Desk Room
DESK ROOM For rent: centrallv lo
cated office building. Phone 6280.
Wanted To Rent
DOWNTOWN STORE ROOM Wanted
to rent. Address Box F-1002, care Pal
ladium. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Brokers in Real Estate
CITY PROPERTY AND FARMS For
sale. We can' g-ive vou anvtftlng you
want. J. H. Pchell. Phone 2082..
GOLDEN RULE METHOD It's getting
popular. Try it. List real estate now.
J. B. Maag, 311 N. 9th St. Phone 2686.
HOUSES Over 30 luted formal e. with
C. E. Keever Real Estate CO' Office 7
South 11th. Phone 1641 or 2169.
IT ISN'T LOST A classified ad will
find it for you.
LONG & TILLSON. 201 K. OF P. For
frms and citv property. Agents for
Straus Brother's Farms. Phone 6226-2017-1003.
PARKER, Over Price's, 916 Main.
Farms, city homes and realty Invest
ments. Phone 6160. .
PORT E R FIE LfvIOver 100 houses and
farms for sale and more coming in ev
ey Hav 303 Knion Winlc Bldg. Fh.l!i:i.
Farms and Land For Sale
IN Al CONDITION Good set of build
ings: large silo. Running water, land
slightly rolling, a real producer. In
high state of cultivation, being an old
homestead and well taken care of.
Fences are good; house lighted with
gas; also gas for cooking, very unus
ual for a farm home. This farm is on
a main road. Priced very reasonably
to settle an estate.
BURDSALL, WILLETT, CUSTER CO.
REAL .ESTATE FOR SALE
Houses For Sale
7-ROOM HOUSE For sale; Easthaven
Ave., second house south of Commons
road. Call mornings or evenings.
7-ROOM HOUSE On North F street.
iArge barn and wagon shed.-. Price
$1.800.... J. B. Maag, 311 N. 9th. Phone,
8 -ROOM - HOUSE Three lots; 120-foot
rront; Doth kinds of water; priced rea
sonable 1347 Ridge Ave.
GOOD GROCERY STOCK In Cam
bridge City.' Two of the best 160-acre
farms in Wayne countv. ' Choice resi
dence properties in (Cambridge City.
I. J- L. Harmeier. Cambridge City. Ind.
A REAL HOME Also an Investment.
Large lot, arfa garage. This home is
in Al condition and very nicely fur
nished throughout. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Can make terms on largs.
er part if necessary.
ALSO ANY of the homes In Wrightland
on terms to suit.
BURDSALL, WlLLETT, CUSTER CO.
WHY PAY RENT Buy a home in
Wrightland addition; cash or payment
plan. Phone 1481 for appointment.
Burdsall, Willett. Custer Co.
Real Estate For Exchange 88
40-ACRE FARM Close to good high
school; a good average farm; will
trade for city property. Jordan, 231
Colonial Bldg. Phone 1570.
GROCERY STORE and double house.
for sale. Would trade for small farm.
Call 3468 or write C. Mann, 837 N. 10.
Wanted Real Estate
HAVE SEVERAL PARTIES with $500
cash who would ike to invest in east
end property on payment plan. What
have you? J. B. Maag, 311 N. 9th.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
State of Indiana, Wayne County, 63.:
Estate, of David Echols, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
Wayne circuit court, administrator of
the estate of David Echols, deceased,
late of Wayne County. Indiana. Said
estate is supposed to be .solvent.
JOHN H. ECHOLS.
Dated November 1, 1922. 1
Gardner, Jessup & Hoelscher, Attys.
State of Indiana. Wayne County, ss.:
-Federal Land Bank of - Louisville,
Kentucky, a corporation vs. Thomas
Lynn, et al. Wayne circuit court, Oc
tober term. 1922. No. 20311.
Be it known that on the 23rd day of
October, 1922, the above named plain
tiff by its attorneys, filed in the office
of the clerk of the Wayne circuit court
its complaint against said defendants
in the above entitled cause, complaint
to foreclose mortgage on real estate,
together with the affidavid of a com
petent person, showing that said de
fendants, Thomas Lynn, and Zilla
Lynn, his wife, Etta H. Richardson and
Manford Richardson, her husband are
not residents of the state of Indiana.
Said defendants, therefore are here
by notified of the filing and pendency
of said complaint against them and that
unless they appear and answer or de
mur thereto, at the calling of the said
cause, on the 18th day of December,
1922, a day of the October term of said
court which was begun and held at the
courthouse in the City of Richmond on
the first Monday of October, 1922, said
complaint and the matters and things
therein contained and alleged, will be
taken as true, and the said cause will
be heard and determined in their ab
sence. Witness the clerk and the seal of said
court at the City of Richmond this 23rd
day of October, 1922.
" ' LAURA AL MEREDITH.
Harris & Harris, attorneys for plain
tiff. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned, as administratrix with the
will annexed of the estate of Mary Law
ler, deceased, under and by virtue of
the powers conferred upon the excu
tors of said will authorizing and em
powering them to sell the real estate
hereinafter described, will offer for
Uses on Wednesday, November 29th,
1922. at 2 o'clock t. m.. the following
described real estate, owned by said de
cedent at the time of her death, and
situated in the City of Richmond,
Wayne County, Indiana, to-wit:
Lot number Fifty-five (53) in
s The Haynes Addition to said City
Subject to the taxes of 1922, pay
able in 1923, and free from all
other liens and encumbrances
Terms of Sale: One-third In cash;
one-third in one year, and the remain
ing third in two years from the date of
sale, the purchaser to secure the de
ferred payments by executing his. prom
issory notes therefor in usuaK bank
able and negotiable form, bearing in
terest at the rate of six percent per
annum from date until paid, and pro
viding for the payment of attorney's
fees, and further secured by a first
mortgage on said real estate executed
by the purchaser to said, administra
trix! and by fire insuranc'ypolicies upon
said real estate in a sum not less than
said deferred payments, payableto said
administratrix and to her approval. Pur
chaser may pay all of the purchase
price in cash.
JULTA A. LAWLER,
Administratrix with the will annexed.
Dated October 16th. 1922.
Ray K. Shiveley, Atty. for administra
trix. BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR
In the matter of Leslie E. Hart, In
Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy.
To the Honorable Albert B. Anderson,
Judge of the District Court of the Unit
ed States for the District of Indiana.
Leslie E. Hart, of Richmond, in the
County of Wavne. and State of Indiana.
In said district, respectfully represents
that on the 29th day of June, 1922, he
was duly adjudged bankrupt under the
acts of congress relating to bankruptcy;
that he has duly surrendered all his
property and rights of property, and has
fully complied with all the require
ments of said acts and of the ordersof
the court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may be
decreed by the court to nave a iuu dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts as are expected by law
from such discharge.
Dated this 20th day of September, A.
LESLIE E. HART, Bankrupt.
ORDER OF No"TICE THEREON
District of Indiana, ss .:
On this 19th day of October, A. D.,
1922, an reading the petition of the
bankruot for his discharge, it is order
ed by the court, that a hearing be had
upon the same, on tne 1st oay or ue
cember. A. D.. 1922. before said court
at lndianaoolis. in said District at 9
o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice
thereof be published twice in the Pal
ladium and Sun-Telegram, a newspaper
printed in said district, and that all
known ereditors and other persons- in
interest may appear at the said time
and place and show cause, if any they
nave, wny tne prayer ol hip saiu peti
tioner should not be granted.
And it is'. further ordered by the court,
that the clerk shall send by mail to all
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, addressed to them at
their places of residence as stated.
Witness, the Monoraoie Aioert ts. An
derson. Judge of said court, and the
seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said am
trlct, on the 19th day of October, A. D.,
" NOBLE C. BUTLER. Clerk.
LEAVING TOWN MUST SELL
You Just don't know how many,
times folks have to sacrifice
house furnishings because of
necessary ' business changes-sunless
you read the Classified
""ads in the Palladium every day. ,
Start readin 'em today and
after this make a regular bab
bit of it. See 'em now!
AUCTIONS LEG ALS
PETITION FOR DTSCHARGE , "
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of Indiana. In
the matter of Overland-Ricnmond Com
pany, a partnership and William Pad
dock and Frank R. McFait, as individ
hals. bankrupts. No. 52S2, Petition for
To the honorable Albert B. Anderson,
judge of the District Court of- the Unit
ed States for the District of Indiana.
Overland-Richmond Company, a part
nership; composed of William Paddock
and Frank IL McFail. and also William
Paddock, as an (individual. and Frank-t
R. McFail, as an individual, all of said
persons being of the Citv of Richmond.-
in the County of Wayne, and State of.
Indiana, m said distrlfiV rspectruliy
ui "ii iiiq win u&y Ul j;i rni lit 1 . :
1922, last past, the said Ov-erland-R'h-
mond Company, as a partnership, alro
said William -Paddock and Frank. R.
McFail, as individuals. were duly
adjudged bankrupts under the acta f'
congress relating to bankruptcy: and"
ithat said partnership and each of said.'
R. McFail, have severally and: -respec-i
tiveiy ouiy surrendered all their sev
eral and respective orooertv and rights
of property, and have as such partner-,,,
ship and silch individuals fully com
plied with all the requirements of said
acts and of the orders of the Court
touching their bankruptcy. --.-
Wherefore they pray thaL said part
nership and also said individuals may
be each decreed by the court to each
have a full discharge from .- all debts'
provable against their respective estates
under said -.Bankrupt Acts, except such
debts as are excepteKby law from such-.
Dated this 14th day of October, A. D.,
1922. - -
By Frank R. McFail, William Pad- "
dock, partnership, and! Frank R,
McFail, . William Paddock, Individ-
ORDER ' OF NOTICE THEREON .
District of Indiana, ss.: - - "
On this 19th day-of October, v-D..
1922, on reading the petition of the
bankrupt for their discharge, it is or
dered by the court, that a hearing .be
had upon the same, on the 1st. da iof
December, A. D., 1922, before said court;
at Indianapolis, in said District at 9
o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice
thereof be published twice in. the. Pal
ladium and Sun-Telegram, a newspaper;
printed in said district, and mat ,aJt
known creditors and other persons in
interest may appear at the said time
and place and show cause, if any .they '
have, why the prayer of the safd peti
tioners should not be. granted. - i .
And it is further ordered by the court,
that the clerk shall kend Ty mail :to. all
known creditors copies of said petition'
and this order, addressed- to them at
their places of residence as stated.
Witness, the honorable Albert B-. An
derson, judge of said court, and the
seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said dis
trict, on the 19th day of October. A.:D.,"
NOBLE C BUTLER, Clerk.
THERE'S PROFIT . ,
In ad vert Is mg-," but there's prof-. .
It in reading, too. Turn to the
classified ads. .-
on Tuesday , November the - 14th
At 10 o'clock a. m, the undersigned, as sheriff of Wayne County, Indiana,
will offer for sale, at public auction, on the William Lamb farm.' one-half
mile southwest of Webster, Wayne County, Indiana, the following-personal
property, to-wit: i -
All of the interests of the Bald Vital Gray und Mabel Gray-in and to
a certain com crop, -consisting of about th4rty--f30)-acres of corn -grown
upon said farm, being an undivided one-half -Interest in said crop, and
also an undivided one-half interest-In -a certain wheat crop -grow-n upon
tiaid farm, and also one 1) Bteel hay rake, Tone ;ll)-,Black)iawk corn plant
er, one (1) Deerlrvg binder, one (1) black. mare-iuuiMMI -Krf,'-iie .d)-'blai.-ki,
mare named Babe, one (1) two-horso- wagon, with-flat bd one- (1)-two-horse
wagon with box bed, one (11 riding breaking plow, one1 ( I) walking
breaking plow, one (1) disc harrow, one (li spike tooth harrow, one (1
riding corn plow, one (1) wheat drill, the -fin-dlided one-half interest-irr
four (4) cows, being all grade Holstein breed, 'an undiv ided . one-half . in-r
terest in two calves, an undivided one-half- interest Jit eleven (11) irood
sows, an undivided one-half interest in forty (40) Jilioata, b.o undivided one
half interest in thirty-six (36) sucking pi gs. and also one five-pas--senger
touring automobile, manufactured by Dodge 3ros.-"Jklanufactming
Company, model 1917. engine number A-o. - - - ..: . i
To satisfy a certain execution in favor 'of Henry and Mary Tpey In a
certain suit in which said parties are plaintiff afld Vital .IJrayv aud Mabel
Gray are defendants. . -. ... j.. . . -
TERMS OF SALE Cash. -. , 5 : J ,. .,'. ' ,'- U...
.CARL W ADMAN,- Sheriff of Wa-yne County,- -. -
At the. eame time and place the undersigned.?- j. W. Lamb," -will offer
for sale his undivided one-half interest in said thirty (30) aeres of grow
ing corn, now in the field, and his undivided; one-half interest In certain
straw, his undivided one-half interest in four (41 Hotstin-eows, ne 1)
Holstein heifer and one (1) Jersey CalfalsO bis undivided ooe-haT'f jntar-r
est In said eleven (11) brood-sows, said forty-40 hogsj-and'-in-thirty bix
(36) ehoats, mentioned ahove as. thirty -six (36): .'sCuctliiS Uigs, : .
P U B L I C ; A;UCTI0) N ;
As I am quitting farming I wiir sell al p-ifblic auction at my residence, 2
miles north of New Paris on the New Madison pikey-on- ; . i ---
.WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER' j S;; 1 922 .,
i 5 HEAP HORSES AND MULES, ' ' , ;
Three head of horses, team of gray mares, weight 3T brown horse,
weight 1450, liner and "broke'' to -frk any place, j Span: of ma.re mules,,
years old, weight 2300. well broke - ... .')-
10 HEAD OPCTTLB';' V ' " '
Five Jersey cows. 4 of which have jnst f reshened, and one- will be fresh by
day of sale: this is an extra good bunch of Jersey cows. One 'roan tow,
dry. Shorthorn heifer with first calf by side.- ,Y-earling white heifer.
Yearling Shorthorn bull. . J - " '
123 HEAD ITOdS - , -
Consisting of 64 head'of feeders; 9 brood; sows with pigs by side; Poland
China boar. '
FARMING IMPLEMENTS . A'D HARNESS
One wagon, flat top and hog rack complete;! gravel bed; T-row and't-fow
corn plows: Janesville corn planter; Oliver riding plow; tiale walking
plow; 1-horse wheat drlin hay Take: Deering -ft Cfit mower; spike-tooth '
harrow: manure spreader; single shovel, flow; 7-shovel cultivator; one
three-quarter open top buggy, i ; .f " , '. ;ii ' '. . .,.:."' y''"
HARNESS Set of breeching harness; tint of-' hip-strap harness:- set 'of oH
tanned leather nets; 1 good leather collars; set of rubber mounted buggy '
harness; halters; lines;, bridles; etc. , "
MISCELLANEOUS Cream separator; barrel churn: butter, worker; four
gallon cream cans; 50-gallon steel coal oil tank; 100-egg Incubator; scald
ing tub and platform log chains:" doubletrees aod singletrees; lawn mowi"
er; chicken coops; runways; lOOv-hedge posts and numerous other artiv:i.-
CORN AND HAY 700 bushels of corn in "the crib. 6 tons good mlxea"'ha'y.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS Sideboard; dining roorrrtable.; t? dining- room chains;
kitchen cabinet; Clermont coal and wood range; -ci. oil stove; gasoline
stove; three pressure gasoline-lamps.;; ",''.'"..''.""" .
TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAF OF SALE ;T;; " -
' Dinner served by Lookout Class of New.Paris Cltrlstiajt. Church. . l.-u.
WEDDLE & HINDMAN, Auctioneers
iMrplltms Radio Mteiriai"
All in Good Condition - !
I Type-MP-100 DeForest regenerative , tuner, f.cfe-'
tector and 1 stage amplifier. " "
1 "International" motor genera tori 525-volt; 'xtF.ii
5 22y2-volt B batteries.
1 45-V0lt B. . ;: ;
1 magnetic modulator. -
Call FRED CLARK, Jr
Wireless Operator Palladium " t
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9. N. 10th St, : Rlehmdna, Ind.
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