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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., FRIDAY, DEC. 29, 1922
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ECONOMY, IncL A miscellaneous
shower was given Tuesday for Mrs.
Anna Beard Le Master, who was mar
ried Saturday at Richmond to Stan
ley Le Master, of Janesville, Wis., by
Mrs. Charley Hunnicutt at her coun
try home. Many beautiful and useful
gifts were received by the bride. Mrs.
Le Master received her license as a
graduate nurse Saturday. She is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner
Beard and is a graduate of Economy
high school. They have many friends
here who wish them well. Mr. Le
Master Is a teacher in the Janesville
business college... -Mrs. Martha and
Ella Cain entertained at a family din
ner Christmas day; Mr. and Mrs.
. Thomas Cain and daughters, Alma;
Mildred and Catherine; Mr. and Mrs.
Aldo Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cain
and Kenneth Cain... .William Hunni
cutt, Raymond Hunnicutt and family
and Mrs. Ellen Clark, of Dublin, at
tended the shower given for Mrs.
Anna Beard Le Master by Mr. and
Mrs. Charley Hunnicutt Tuesday
af ternoon . . . . Dr. J. M. Fisher, of An
derson, spent a few days with hi3 son,
Herbert Fisher, and family. At pres
ent he is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. '
Stanford .... Harold Bowman, drafts
man for the Warner Gear company at
Muncie, spent Christmas here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bow
man, and his sister, Miss Margaret...
Mrs. Frank Jordan returned home on
Friday from California, where she vis
ited her son, Willard. . . .Mr. and Mrs.
Elihu Swain, Mr. and Mrs. Erman
Swain and daughter, Miss Roberta, at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Study
at Williamsburg Wednesday morning
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oler enter
tained with a turkey dinner for their
children and grandchildren: Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Woods, of New Haven,
'onn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oler and
children, of Williamsburg, and Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Oler and son, Richard
Miss Helen Fisher entertained
the senior class and friend3 at her
home Christmas night. Music and
games were enjoyed, and popcorn and
apples were served. Those present
were: Mary Mendenhall, Hazel Raffe,
Effie Saunders, Mabel Sanders, Helen
Fisher, Herbert Beard, Harlan Cain,
Cecil Charles, Malcolm Marshall and
Karl Weyl Mrs. Nan Cook gave a
family dinner for her children Christ
mas day: Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Knode,
of Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. O. D.
Bullerdick, of Indianapolis Mrs.
Louis Albert son spent Christmas day
with her sister, Mrs. Jennie Thorn
burg, at Richmond Randolph Nel
son, who recently had an operation
performed on one eye, is able to at
tend to his duties as Janitor at the
school building Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Cain and son, Delbert. spent
Christmas day with Mrs. Pearl Hoob-
er and children at Muncie Mr. and
Mrs. Seldon Snodgrass and mother,
Mrs. Snort grass, started Thursday for
Miami, Fla., to spend a few weeks
with the mother of Mrs. Snograss,'
v.-ho Is a resident of that place
Mrs. Grace Hunt and mother, Mrs.
Pierce, had as their guests Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hunt and babies
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beall enter
tained Christmas day with a turkey
dinner fcr Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Conar-
roe, Daniel ardiman of Modoc. Mr.
and Mrs. Sal Sisk. Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence George, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Manifold of , Losantville, Richard
Vardimr.n and daughter of Fowlerton,
Mr. and Mrs. John Oler and children
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beall... Mr.
and Mrs. Ornson Morrison had as
their guests Christmas day, Mr. and
Mrs. Garry Cox and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Beeson and baby, and
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Fritz and chil
dren The Epworth league will hold
a watch party at the M. E. church
Sunday night at 10:30. V. V. Stauf-
fer, leader Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Woods will spend New Year's day
with his parents near Farmland....
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Le Master went
to Portland Wednesday to spend a
few days with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Sanders entertained
relatives and friends from Saturday
evening until Monday evening. They
wcre: Mr. and Mrs. Cummings and mas with Mr. and Mrs. Fudge s daugh
daughter, Sarah, and Miss Martha Uer and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Painter, of Middletown. . . .Mr. and -Arthur Stubbs. . Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mrs. Lon Cain entertained at dinner jTalbert, children and Miss Edith Tal
Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. John Manning, I bert, went to Detroit for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lamb, Mrs. Cas- Mr. and Mrs. I. Talbert have been
Bio Lamb, Miss Marjory Lamb, Mr. there for some time visiting their
and Mrs. Edgar Manninsr and dauc-h- daughter and her husband, Mr. and
ters, Elizabeth, Christine. Gertrude
and Esther; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Greenstreet, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain
and daughter. Miss Genevieve Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Bond and guest, Har
old Bond, of Tennessee, were dinner
quests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.
Jesso Bond, near CenterviHe Mr.
and Mrs. V. U Morrison had their
usual Christmas tree and oyster sup
per for their children and prandchil-!
dren Sunday evening. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison and
daughter of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Clark and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Morrison andchildren, and
Mr.-and Mrs. Charley Newman
Rev. Lester Woods, of New Haven,
Conn., a student at Yale university, is
spending the holidays with his wife
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oler.... Miss
Mabel Sanders and brother, Lloyd
Sanders, gave a party in honor of
their guests. Miss Sarah Cummings
and Miss Martha Painter, of Middle
town, Ind., Sunday evening. Those
present were: Rhoda Cain, Elizabeth
Manning, Rena Manning, Genevieve
Cain, Mary Mendenhall, Meere Oler,
Martha Painter, Sarah Cummings,
George Cain, Forest Cain, Paul Shar
er, Harold Rose, James Crownover,
Cecil Charles and Paul Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bond entertained
at dinner Tuesday evening, Harold
Bond, of Tennessee, and James Mum
bower Herman Lamb spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wilkin-
The following classification headings
appear in this newspaper in the num
erical order here given, closely allied
classifications being grouped together.
i In Memoriam g
8 Cards of Thanks
4 Funeral Director
5 Funeral Flowers
6 Cemetery, Lot. Monuments
' 7 Lodge Notices
8 Coming Events
10 Lost and Found
A Automobile Agencies
If Automobiles For Sale
12 Auto Trucks For Sale
IS Auto Accessories
14 GaragesAutos For Hire
15 Motorcycles and Bicycles
16 Repairing Service Stations
17 Wanted Automobiles
Business Services Offered
19 Ruilding Contracting
SO Cleaning. Dyeing, Renovating
21 Dressmaking Millinery
21 Heating. Plumbing, Rooflnjf
25 Moving, Trucking. Storage
2 Painting, Papering, Decorating
27 Printing Engraving
2 Profersional Services
80 Tailoring and Pressing
81 Wanted Business Service
S Help Wanted Female
83 Help Wanted-Male
84 Help Male or Female
5s Solicitors. Canvassers, Agents
86 Situations Wanted Fmale
87 Situations Wanted Male
85 Business Opportunities
89 Investments. Stocks, Bonds
40 Money to Loan -
41 WantedTo Borrow
2 Correspondence Courses
43 Local Instruction Classes
44 Musical, Dancing. Dramatic
15 rlvate Instruction
46 Wanted Instruction
. LIVE STOCK
4' Dogs, Cats. Pets
4 Horses. Cattle. Vehicles
49 Poultry and Supplies
60 Wanted Live Stock
. . MERCHANDISE
81 Articles for Sale
Jl Barter and Exchange
B2 Business and Office Equipment
Boats and Accessories
M Building Materials
5 Farm and Dairy Frodacts
BsA Farm Equipment
56 Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers
K7 CSood Things to Eat
60 .Tewelry and Watches
61 Machlnerv and Tools
6 Musical Instruments
2A Radio Equipment
63 Seeds. Plants and Flowers
64 Specials at the Stores
65 Wearing Apparel
fis Wanted To Buy
66A Christmas Suggestions
ROOMS AND BOARD
7 Rooms With Board
6S Rooms Without Board
69 Rooms for Housekeeping
70 Vacation Places
71 Where to Eat
72 Where to Stop in Town
73 Wanted Booms or Board
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
74 Apartments and Flats
75 Business Places for Rent
76 Farms for Rent
77 Houses for Rent
7 Offices and Desk Room
79 Suburban for Rent
0 Summer Places for Rent
81 Wanted To Rent
REAL ESTATE FOR SALH
R Brokers in Real Estate
R2 Business Property for Sale
S3 Farms and Land for Sale
M Houses for Sale
5 Lots for Sale
6 Resort Pxooertv for Sale
F7 Suburhart for Sale
S Real Estate-for Exchange
89 Wanted Real Estate
1 Leenl Notices
Q O A ,v-1 tr n Sals
son at Messick Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Morrison received a crate of
oranges and grapefruit from Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Pierce, who are spending
the winter in Florida. .. .Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Sanders and family were sup
per guests of their son. Clifford....
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jessup enter
tained their children Christmas day:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jessun and sons
of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Smith of Spiceland, and Miss Nellie
WEST ELKTON, Ohio Miss Mar
jorie Thomas is home from Earlham
for the holidays Misses Ellen Kirk
and Kathryn Eby are home from Mi-j
ami for the holidays Miss Pauline!
Stubbs is home from Milton Center,
where she is teaching school .Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Stubbs and daughters,
Pauline, Dorothy and Helen Esther,
spent Christmas day with Mrs. Stubb's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wienland,
in West Alexandria. .. .Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Roberts spent Christmas in Day
ton A program was given at the
Friends church on Sunday evening
and at the U. B. church on Sunday
morning Dean Stubbs was home
from Indianapolis for Christmas
Russel Jordan was home for the holi
days Mr. and Mrs. Will Swarztrav-
ler and daughters, Miriam and Elea
nor, spent Sunday in Eaton with Mr.
Swarztraveler's parents Mr. and
Mrs. Enoch Stubbs and sdn, Fred,
spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Stubb's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Stubbs Pearl Buell, the lit
tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Buell is very sick, having whooping
cough and lav grippe. . Everett Rob
erts has recovered Mrs. Bertha
Iarsh has recovered from tonsilits...
The play "Clarence Decides" that was
to be given on Saturlay night, Dec. 23,
was postponed until Jan. 6, due to sick
ness among some of those acting in
the play. . .Mr. and Mrs. Will Fudge and
, son Everett, of Oxford, spent C lmst-
Mrs. Albert Porter Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Riner and Mrs. Sue Riner ate
Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Stubbs Miss Helen Young is
home from Pittsburgh for the holidays
Kenneth Grogan and Russel Welsh
are both very sick, having pneumonia
Mr. and Mrs. Newell Jones and
Walter and PiOy Gribble of Cincinnati
spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles ' Jones Fred Raeburn of
West Elkton and Mrs. Golda Phillips
of Cincinnati were married by Rev. O.
E. Chance at the Friends parsonage
on Christmas day at 1:30 p. m
Misses Amy and Grace Stubbs of Rich
mond spent Christinas day with their
sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. v ill
Swarztrauber and daughters.
"Don't you love Christmas, Bobby?
"Sure! Christmas Is fine. But thl3
bein' good -for a month beforehand 13
Jr. 0. U. A. M. Calendar
Richmond Council No. 18, Jr. O. U.
A. M., will have clas Initiation Sat
urday evening, Dec. 30 Light refresh
ments to follow. All members are re
quested to be present.
ELMER WOLFAL, R. S.
229 N. Eighteenth St., City.
THE CENTRAL EXCHANGE
OF OPPORTUNITY '
The thousands of telephones and the miles of wire connect
ing the homes and offices of the city would be a hopeless, use
less tangle but for one thing -
The central exchange! :
The' offers aid wants of the thousands of people In this
city would never be brought Into the connections of satisfaction
but for one thing
The A-B-C Classified Section!
Here Is the great central exchange of opportunity and sat
isfaction making connections between buyers and sellers, em
ployers and employees, landlords and tenants every day of
. the year! I
Every little ad representing a need to be satisfied or an
opportunity to be tffken isva wire that finds its connection
with the reader who is waiting for its message.
Get connected with this unusual service today!
' The A-B-C Classified Ads
Always Different in Opportunity
Always the Same in Service
Cematery Lots. Monuments
BUT NOW For fall and spring deliv
ery, large stock, new designs, ooun
ments. markers. J. P. Kmslie, 15 S. 10.
ANNUAL MEETING The annual meet
ing of the shareholders of the Union
National Bank will be held on .Tan. 9,
1923 at the office of said bank for the
purpose of electing directors and the
transaction of such other business as
may come before it. Geo. I,. Cates.
MONDAY, JAN. 8 Notice: The annual
election of officers, of The St. John's
Benevolent Society will take place at
their next regular meeting, which will
be held on Monday evening. Jan. 8.
Lost and Found
GLASSES Lost In CenterviHe or Rich
mond; reward; return to Palladium.
! LADY'S RUBY RING Lost, between
Murray theatre and Mercurio c ion s
Fruit store. Return to 518 Main or
Phone 1418. Reward.
THK PARTY WHO TOOK PURSE Be
longing to Mrs. Rosa A. Pierce at tne
sale on So. 9th St., Thursdav afternoon
is known. No questions will be asked
it returned to iuio po. a or puntc
Automobiles For Sale
50 CHOICE USED CARS On our floor
now; all priced for quick sale, cneno
weth Used Car Dept., 13 S. 11th St.
FORD 1920 coupe; $375.
FORD 1922 coupe, $425.
FORD 1919 roadster, with box on
FORD 1920 touring; $250.
FORD 1917 touring; $140; first class
DODGE 1916 touring; $250.
CHEVROLET 1917 touring; -$165.
BUICK 1917 touring; $300.
PAIGE SEDAN Demonstrator.
RICHMOND MOTOR SALES CO.
12TH & N. E. PHONE 1494-6075.
WAYNE MULL. MGR.
HUDSON SUPER-SIX SPORT With
closed and open top. wire wheels; new
cora tires, a bargain.
HUDSON SUPER-SIX 7-pass. touring
5 cord tires; Al shape, a bargain, $650.
CHALMERS 19l1 coupe, goo'd shape,
MITCHELL 1919 touring. Mechanically
perfect. Good tires, new paint, A bar
gain at $600. Cash or terms.
NASH 1921 six touring, looks and runs
like new. A bargain at $875. Cash
OAKLAND 1921 six touring. If you
like a valve-in head motor and a light
car. this is a bargain at $650. Cash or
STUDEBAKER Big six. 1921 model.
New paint, six cord tires. Bargain at
FORD TRUCK i-ton, flat bodv. pneu
matic tires, good running condition
$150. Cash or terms.
BALLARD SALES CO.
PHONE 2010 23 SOUTH 7TH
OPEN SUNDAY AND EVENINGS
B LICK Roadster, 1922; $790. Wavne
county Mash Motor Co., K. P. Bldg.
S. 8th St. .
six touring, refinished
cord ti-es; $3
ia. Wayne County Nash
BUICK SIX TouriDg. good condition
throughout; $400. Easy trms; open
evenings ana sunaay morning, E. w.
Steinhart Co., North 10th St. Ph. 2955.
uuiuk .;oupe, absolutely liKe a new
car, refinished; Kelly tires, late 1920
iv4b; at a real bargain, trade in your
old car, Wayne County Nash Motor
Co., K. P. Bldg., South Sth St.
CHEVROLET Touring, runs and look
like new; $2o0. Easy terms; open
evenings and Sunday morning. E. W.
Steinhart Co., North 10th St. Ph. 955.
C H E V ROLET To u r i n g. w i th closed
top, good running condition; a real car
for this weather: $125. Easy terms.
Open evenings and Sundav morning.
E. W. Steinhart Co., N. 10th St. Ph. 2955
DODGE 1921 touring, drivii 4.000
miles; $525. Wayne County Nash Mo
DODGE Touring, in excellent running
wtnuiLiun; -uu. r.asy terms; open
evenings and Sundav morning. E. W.
Steinhart Co., N. 10th St. Phone 2955.
FORD Coupe, 1921, all new tires;
wayne county isasli Motor Co.
FORD Sedan, 1921, same as new; $ot5
for a quick sale: terms. Wayne Coun
ty Nash Motor Co.
FORD Touring, good running condi
tion; good tires; $io. Easy terms; open
evenings and Sunday morning. E. W.
Steinhart Co., North loth. Phone 2955.
DORT Touring, good tires, motor in
fine shape; newly painted; $375. Easy
terms; open evenings and Sundav
morning. E. W. Steinhart Co., North
10th St. P hone 2955.
FORD Sedan, 1921, like new, $390;
Ford 1920 touring, starter, etc., $190;
Ford 1920 touring; Ford 1917 touring;
Studebaker 1920 special six; Ilaynes
touring; Ford 1915 touring, starter,
$125; Oldsmobile 1919 sedan. Geo. W.
Worley. Dort and Rranklin dealer, 15
S. 9th St. Phone 2906.
FORD Touring, starter, motor just
been overhauled, excellent running
condition; $22-'5. Easy terms; open
evenings and Sunday morning. E. W.
SteinhAt Co., North 10th St- Phone
2 95 5. '
OAKLAND Touring. A-l condition
throughout; $400. Easy terms; open
evenings and Sunday morning. E. W.
Steinhart Co., North 10th St. Ph. 2955.
OAKLAND 1917 touring, new top and
curtains; goon tires; motor a-i; 200.
Easy terms; open evenings and Sunday
morning. K. W. Steinhart C o.. North
10th St. Phone 2955.
REO Six, closed; $290. Wayne Coun
ty Nash Motor Co., K. P. Rldg.
ALCOHOL For your radiators; battery
re-charging. H. Thesing, 908 N. B St
AUTOMOBILE TOPS RE-COVERED
Curtain repair work. . Guy Atchley, 610
N. D, near Penn. Freight Dept
CALIFORNIA TOPS Made to order for
any kind of car. Ray C. Needham, 300
N. 5th St Phone 6235.
Motor truck and machine work.
Quality work at reasonable
prices. Rodefeld Garage, West
End Main St. Bridge.
Mi-W OIL, In your motor everv 500
miles prolongs its life. No extra charge
for changing with Mobiloil. Havoline
or foiarine. Rodefeld Garage, West
Ma Main :t Bridge.
YOU NEED VEEDOL
If your motor renders the prop
er service, it must have lubrica
tion. Veedol Insures perfect
working and Is always on the
job. Bennetts' Tire Store, 1512
Main. . Thone 2 444.
FOR ALL CARS
CLOSE-TITE TOPS For Ford.
rolet, Dodge and Overlands.
AUTO TRIMMING of all kinds.
ONE MAN TOP For Fols.
W. A. PARKE.
17 S. 10TH ST.
Office Phone 1632; Res. 2724.
Garages Autos For Hire 14
CALL RICHMOND YELLOW CAB CO.
& Glen Miller Transfer City Taxi,
Prices: 2 or more passengers, 25c each
1 passenger, 25c or 50c. owing to dis
tance, 13 S. 9tU St Phone 2125-1536
t;. vv. White.
GARAGE SPACE: For rent 132 S.
JOHN SHURLEY TRANSFER m
Taxicab and baggage service; city taxi
prices; z or more passengers, zoc each
1 -passenger. 25 or 50c owning to dis
tance. All Buick cars.
13 S. 11TH ST. PHONE 2310
ROY SLOAN Taxi service, city calls
Zoc; 10c mile on country drives; care
lux driver, ir'iione buai.
a aai hnort calls, Zoc: special price on
country drives. Frank R. Chamness.
Fhone 3461. .
Repairing Service Stations 16
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING or all kinds.
i e guarantee our work. Richmond
Xotor Sales Co. 12 & N. E. Phone 1494.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Now is
the time to have your car overhauled.
We will put it in first class shape for
you.. Robison, 17 S. 6th. Phone 1029.
CYLINDER RE-GRINDING We re
grind your old motor block, giving
original efficiency; over-size piston
rings and wrist pins. Mechanical Serv
ice Cq rear of Pustotfice. Ph. 6117.
ill ATT OA R A G E -" ' B i g g es t Little Gar
age in Town." Expert repairing on
Cadillac. Marmon, Peerless -and Chev
rolet; all work guaranteed. Rear 819
S. G. Phones 1677-2321.
1921 OR 1922 FORD COUPE Wanted,
to buy; no dealers; cash sale. G. W.
C 318 N. 9th.
Business Services Offered
ALL KINDS OF plating, mirrors re-pll-vered.
Lahman Plating Works, 209 Y.
Main St. Phone 273S.
ELECTRICAL 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 P34. Onen evenings.
BUCILLA PACKAGE OUTFITS Re
markably low priced.
Sewing Machine Store
14 So. 9th Phone 175G
HEIISTTtCIUNG-AND PI CO TIKG
High clfss work done. Nell Dickin
son. 23 S Rth.
Heating, Plumbing, Roofing 22
MARSHALL (Wolverine) FURNACE CO.
offifce and salesrooms 17 N. 7. Phone
2259. Opp. Coliseum. E. J. Knapix
piTu fr? i ng7bo i le R and furnace
installed; sret my prices. Geo. E. Meer
hoff. 123 S. 10th. Phone 6247.
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE We spe
cialize on plate glass insurance and
invite rate-comparisons. We also fur
nish high grade workman's compensa
tion insurance and like to figure with
you on automobile liability. Richmond
insurance Asrency. John N. Koll. mgr.
'Gt our cost-estimate free of any
Moving, Trucking, Storage 25
CECIL liTlXiNG For dray Ing, moving,
long hauls a specialty; get my prices;
satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 1359.
CITY-TO-CITY HAULING Merchant de
livers, household storage. Goehner.
Feltman Cigar Store. Phone 2029-4363.
DRAYING Moving, hauling of all kind3
storage, crating. Ora Monger, 7 So.
7th St. Phone 3137-2746.
MOVING AND STORAGE Local and
long distance moving of household
goods. Richmond Storage Company,
crating and storage. Rear 19 S. 11 St.
Phone 2228-1566. W. G. Baker, mgr.
MOaNG7 STORAGE 'ND CRAT INGof
all kinds. Local and long distance
hauling. Forest Monger, 519 N. D St
PANCO SOLES $1 Ladies' 75c: chil
dren's 50c to 75c; Goodyear heels, 40c.
Modern Shoe Rebuilder. South D be
tween 12th and 13th St
Help Wanted Female
COMPETENT WHITE WOMAN For
general housework: two in family; no
wasning; rererences. fnone io.
MTDDLE AGED WHITE WOMAN
Wanted to assist with housework. Ap
ply at once. 423 S. 12th. Phone 2S02
Help Wanted Female
STENOGRAPHER AND BOOKKEEPER
wanted: permanent : position: good
pay; references. Box A-132 care Pal
ladium. YOUNG LADY To assist with some de
tail work in exchange for business
course. Prefer one with some, college
training, but would consider one with
out. Richmond Business College, Col-
onial Bldg. '
Help Wanted Male
CAR WASHER Wanted: must be first
class; no other need apply. Bricker S
viarage. tr is. itn St.
DISHWASHER AND WAITRESS
W anted. Saratoga Hotel.
INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN MANU-
facturer desires to employ a local spe
cialty salesman owning an automobile
on a salary, expense and bonus con
tract for a protected territory of six
counties with Richmond. Indiana, as
headquarters. Fidelity bond and ref
erence required. Please state your ex
perience, age and full particulars in
first letter. C. F. Harms, 40 W. Geor
gia St, Indianapolis, Ind.
MOTOR MECHANIC Wanted; capable
or handling complete motor repairs in
service department. Advise experience
and wages expected. McFarlan Motor
Corp., Connersville, Ind.
Help Male cr Female
STENOGRAPHERS If there are any
unemployed stenographers in town
they should register with our free em
ployment department. We have more
calls now than we can fill. Richmond
Business College, Colonial Bldg,
MID-WINTER TERM Dec. 27 to Jan.
2. Call at the office personally, tele
phone or write for particulars. Make
your arrangements this week to start
next Tuesday. Richmond Business
College. Phone 2040.
Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents 35
SALESMEN Exceptional opportunity.
Hustlers earnings big. Write McCleery
Calender Factory, Washington. Iowa.
Situations Wanted Female
HOUSEKEEPER Wanted to kee;
house for gentleman: have boy
years old; country preferred. Have
worked in Richmond; reference. Ad
dress Louisville, Ky., 531 East Madi
son St.. care Richard Cook.
-Situations Wanted Male
COOKING For parties and banquets,
ny nrst class cner. uau at ivzv ?.
Dogs, Cats, Pets
BEAGLE DOG 5 months old; $5.
441 South 10th St.
FOR TERRTER PUPS For sale.
at 2100 N. K .St.
HOUNDS Two coon, skunk and pos
sum hounds; cheap for quick sale. Call
216 Lincoln St.
Poultry and Supplies
A BIG WINTER YIELD Or a' small
one take your choice. You'll get lots
of eggs all winter and corresponding
profits by giving your hens a good
egg-making ration with Pratts Poul
try Regulator added daily. A healthy
hen is an egg-making machine. Put
the proper material in the machine and
keep it in good running order with
Pratts Poultry Regulator and plenty
of eggs will be the result. Thousands
of poultrymen are using it every year.
"Your Money Back if You Are Not Sat
isfied." Hoosier Flour & Feed Co., J.
H. Menke, Ed Stegman. Omer G. Whel
Articles For Sale
I0-IN. BICYCLE Re-enameled,
hauled: looks fine. Phone 30S6.
BARGAINS In watches and high grade
spectatcles. Call at C. E. Keever's
Watch Shop, 7 South 11th Street.
GLASS FLOOR CASES For sale; also
counter, coffee urn 8 gallons), res
taurant tables. 817 N. E St.
STROLLER For sale; gray round reed
stroller. 217 So. 12th St
discount. L. C,
At from 30 to SOrj
Lawall. Jeweler and
Optometrist, 607 Main St
WATCHES. CLOCKS Jewelry, watch
movements and cases, iime-piece re
pairing. H. Clyde St John. 7 S. 7th St
Barter ana Exchange
CALL AT TOWNSEND'S when you want
to buy or sell good used rurnuure-, it
will pay vou. Townsend's New & Used
Goods Store. 35-37 S. 6th. Phone 1296.
GOOD USED GOODS We buy and sell.
Prammer & TSease Furniture exchange
520 Main. Phone 1461.
USED FURNITURE AND STOVES
Bought and sold. Home Supply Co.,
1S4 Ft Wayne Ave. Phone 1S62
BUILDING BLOX Drain ttle brick,
flue blox. Bertsch Bros., factory and
office School St. road. Phone 3250.
Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers
BLOCK M'OOD Beech and sugar, for
sale. Phone 4802. 647 West Main St.
WOOD For sale; good stove and block
wood. Phone 1078.
Good Things to Eat
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 10 lbs. of old
fashioned stone ground pure buck
wheat flour, prepaid parcel post 85c.
Flat Rock Mills. Flat Rook. Ind.
FAVORITE COOK STOVE For sale, in
gond condition. Call evenings, 54 S.
1 fith St.
RECORDS You can save 1-3 at our ex
change. Why pay more? We buy,
sell and exchange. Miller Harness
Store, S27 Main St
THE SAXOPHONE SHOP Have you
paid us a visit? Come np and let us
how you our complete line of saxo
phones. 273 Colonial Annex. Ph. 1643.
ONE LADY'S FULL LENGTH COAT
Also two ladies' jacket suits, size 36
for sale. Jhmg Main. Phone 1208.
SUITS OR OVERCOATS 1 23.501 made
to measure by A. Nash Co. Raincoats,
$7.50 to $25; all wool gaberdines at
$30; made to order. Mr. R. Marsh will
wait on customers on Wednesday and
Saturday, (ffltt Main St.
Wanted To Buy
IRON LATHE Wanted: Jo buy
lathe, to convert Into wood lates.
RAW FURS Wanted: cash paid. C'er.
denin & Co.. 257 Ft. Wayne Ave.
RAW FURS Wanted: itrhest market
price at all times. Ed Burns, 640 .
WANTED Small aquarium. Phone 1241.
ROOMS AND BOARD
Rooms Without Board
2 SLEEPING ROMS For rent, with
bath. 119 S. 7th St.
FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOM In
modern home. 28 N. 13th St.
MAIN ST., 5274 Front room, for sleep
ing. Rooms for Housekeeping
THREE ROOMS Furnished for house
keeping; newly papered; ground floor;
$6 per week. 122 N. 6th. Phone 2686.
OWN YOUR OWN
Get one of the special bargains
in "Houses for Sale." classifi
cation 84 today. Don't delay!
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Brokers in Real Estate
BUYER AND SELLER ALIKE All
business negotiated on basis of Golden
rule. J. B. Maag. Phone 2688. 311 N.9.
FOR FARMS AND CTTY PROPERTY
See or write W. O. Harrison, R. R. C,
Richmond. Phone 64103.
HOUSES Over 30 listed for sale, with
C. E. Keever Real Estate Co. Office 7
South 11th. Phon e 1641 or 8169.
LONG & TILLSON. 201 K. OF P. For
farms and city property. Agents for
Straus Brother's Farms. Phone 6226-2017-1008.
PARKER Over Price's, 916 Main,
Farms, city homes and realty Invest
ments. Phone 6160.
PORTERFIELD Over 100 houses and
farms for sale and more coming in ev
ery day. 303 Union Bank Bldg Ph. 1965.
Business Property For Sale 82
GROCERY STORE For sale at 231 So.
7th St, city; at a bargain.
F?irms and Land For Sate 83
175-ACRE FARM For rent; good farm.
3V4 miles from Richmond. Prefer some
one interested in dairying. Write or
call John Bunnell. Hagerstown, Ind.
Houses For Sale
8-ROOM HOUSE 'North 18th near Main;
gas, lights and water; owner lives in
house, rents part for $35 per month.
Price $3,500. Terms.
GOOD FARM Will trade for city prop
HOUSE For rent
FARM For rent on shares.
17 N. 7TH ST.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY See Bundy.
If you want to sell see Bundy. You
can see Bundy al 317 North 8th St
NEW MODERN DOUBLE 2 modern
new singles; modern flat for rent.
NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION
BUY A HOME 6-room modern, hard
wood floors, French doors; $1,000 cash,
BURDSALL. WILLETT, CUSTER CO.
710 M MAIN ST. PHONE 1481
NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE And five
acres ground: basement under entire
house; four miles out; school hack and
mail at door. Terms; Phone 54151.
Real Estate For Exchange 83
5-ROOM COTTAGE To trade for dou
ble or largen- house. Jordan, 231 Col
onial Bldg. Phone 152 0-471 4
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
the vvayne circuit court as administra-(
tor of the estate of Mary W. Hunt with
the will annexed.
The estate is supposed to be solvent
SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF RICH
MOND. INDIANA. Administrator.
John L. Rupe, Attorney.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF REAL
ESTATE BY ADMINISTRATOR
The undersigned administrator of the
estate of Bessie Milton Webb, deceased,
hereby gives notice that by virtue of an
order of the Wayne circuit court said
administrator will offer at public sale
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. afternoon.
on the 10th day of January, 1923 on the
premises, the following described real
A part of lot number Twenty-five
f25) in the Parry Addition to the City of
Richmond, Indiana, as laid out by
Alijah Coffin, (see) Plat Book 2. page
65 in the office of the recorder of
Wayne County, Indiana. Beginning at
the southeast corner of said lot: thence
west along the south line of said lot a
distance of Eighty-five feet (S5 more
or less to a point immediately south of
tne center oi the yard nyarani in con
nection with the city water works lo-j
cated on said lot; thence east along the;
north line of said lot a distance of
Eighty-Five feet S5) to the northeast
corner thereof; thence south Forty feet
(40): to the place of beginning.
Also, a part of lot Twenty-five (25)
beginning on the south line of said lot
and eighty-five feet more or less, west j
of the southeast corner of said lot and i
immediately south of the center of the i
yard hydrant in connection with the!
city water workei as located on said j
lot: thence west eighteen feet (18) i
thence north to the north line of said j
lot eighteen feet (18) thence south to
the place of beginning.
Said sale to be made subject to the
approval of the court and for not less
than two-thirds of the appraisement
value, and upon the following terms
and conditions, to-wit:
One-third or the purcnase money casn
in hand, one-third In six. slnd one-third
in twelve months from date of sale; or
all in cash if ourchaser so desires to
pay; the deferred payments to be evi
denced by notes of the purchaser bear- j
ing six percent interest from their date,
waiving relisf, providing for attorneys
fees, and ,upon confirmation of sale se
cured by 'mortgage on real estate sold.
Satd real estate to be sold free and
discharge from all liens except the tax
es for the vear of 1922 payable in 1923
which the purchaser shall assume and j
AMERICAN TRUST & SAVINGS BANK.
Frank T. Strayer, attorney.
GIVE A THOROUGH DESCRIPTION OF
WHAT YOU HAVE TO'SKLL. PAL
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REST. PHONE 2834 FOR AD TAKER.
We loan nn rJmftpl
mortgage and allow
lv.takinfas loner ac 9f
months. If von ripprl
monev now. come and
see us. Fair, courteous
WELFARF. IIAN KOCTFTY
9 North 10th St. Phone 2509
To operate power
For general work.
Atlas Underwear Co,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Farm For Sale
One of the best 60-acre farms
in the county. . All bottom
land; good improvements.
H. W. Gilbert
Second National Bank
Five nead fresh cows, will aver
age 5 gallons milk a day. One heavy
springer will be fresh inside of two
Horses and Mules
Four head of horses; one t-yer-ld
sorrel mare, weight 1600; one 9-yeaT-old
bay. mare, wtight 1400; one
9-year-old bay mare heavy in foal;
one 5-year-old mare weight 1200;
one 8-year-old driver, well broke;
one span of good cheap mules.
Vehicles and Harness
Two good top buggies; 1 gwd
spring wagon; 2 sets of harness.
Rear Crabb's Grocery, N. 10th & I
Four squares north of railroad.
Reduced Prices on
Axle Shafts . :
All others in proportion. !
Stripped fly wheels repaired and
guaranteed to be better than new.
(see us for all auto repairs or parts.
Rear of 617 S. A. Phone 2581
Yale Eli Cord
SCHAFER TIRE SERVICE
17 a 9th St
Any of the cars listed can be
bought for $73.00 cash, or $10.00
down and $5.00 per week.
Special Sale Till Jan. 1, 1923
All Cars Run Good
Ford Touring 1918
Ford Roadster 1918
Ford Commercial Truck 1918
Maxwell Touring 1919
Chevrolet Roadster 1917
Davis Touring ......1916
Saon Touring ......1916
Buick Touring 1917
Don't forget any of these cars
can be bought for $75.00
Wayne County Nash
29 S. Eighth St., Richmond, Ind.
K, of P. Bldg.
mm m , I pin """7?
Hand saws, Jl and
up; regular $1 ham
mer, G9e; auger bits,
$1.75 set; pipe
wrenches 90o up.
Guaranteed TUNGSTEN LAMPS
10 Watt 1 30e
25 Watt I Each
40 Watt f P.oxo1
50 Watt J 25c Ea
Cut Prices on Electrical
BIRCK'S HARNESS STORE
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