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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
CLOSING PRICES
HEW YORK STOCKS
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American P.ct .ugar . .
American Imig Syndicate
Arne r lean ,m
A Eis Chalmers
American r.ir Fi.undry
Am rian I r ' rr."t:v
Anaconda Cop, r
American S"niltg. ar.d Hfg. Co.. Or,
J Tdhirm Products
Ixas, ).;
T-xas and pacific
Pionr. Ta-ifir
I. S. Sue Common
r. s. ste.-i
r. s". Fffi'l Corj
t "f -i h V.pper
I Virginia-Carolina Cherub :;1
Wa'.n.'h A
j Willys ) v r'.a nd
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Ciniiliin Pacific
Chili Copper
Cuban Cane Sugar
California. Petroleum
P.ntral Lcaihe-r . . .
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Colo. Fuel an.d Iron
Corn Produ' U- . . . .
Crucible Hte.d
Chino O pjif r
I'mniel
Frio Cumnifin
Trio I'n ff rrt '1
Creat Northern
(rat Northern l'rfrrd
n'"raj Motors
Hidf ar.d I-ath r Common
Hid" an! I .ith r I'rt f' rrtfl
Illinois Central
Industrial Alcohol
International Nikrl
International I'ai'r
!n.niratio:i C"pn r
K nn rott ("oppor
Lirk.'iwat.a St cl
1 hi-'h Valley
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M( i -Mil IMroIf urn
Miami ("opfer
Marino Common
Marin Preferred
Mivsourl f'a'ifjf
Maxwell CoiniiiOn
Mawv.U 1st. Pfd.
Midvah- Steel ..
N'rvada Copper
New 1 i.'.vt n ....
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Norfolk and Vr;tirn
Northern Tacific
hm Cities Cas
l',m-Ann rlcan Pe troleum
PeopU-3 (las
IVnnsylvanl l
Pittsburg Coil
Itay Con.)lidatfd ;oppT
Hadin
K-pul'ii Stf el
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Kork Island I! . . . .
Kllbhor ...
Ilumely Common . .
Kunu'ly Pfd
Southern Pari he
Southern Hallway
St. Paul Common
Sf. Paul Pfd
StU'Ubaker Common
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Sinclair C il
Sugar
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v.'iio has r.early recovered from the r?ntons an;i dpTl?,- of all do'-ed
ffects ot hLs arciilent, also rc turne i
to the university.
Th- fsrst frost of thr- season was
reported We'lnfstiay ni'ht. but did
no damage-.
Mi.-- lluth Prat her is att..ndin?r
the Kalamazoo State normal.
A. M. Hendit-nian was a business
visitor iti Detroit this work.
The IidiM' Aid of tho Pnit I
Ilntlurn rhnrrh met Friday after
nor n in fhc church par'.crs.
M. P. HinkVy attrnded a family
reunion at Int( n Harbor. V dnes-
I day in honor of the Sth Mrthdav
f his ;nofhr.
C. H. Kins: and Gcorpe Pishor are
scrvinr on the J iry at tho circuit
court in St. Joseph, this week.
County Truan: OSirrr T. W. P.rll
irphaiii. of Prnton Harbor, was a
business visitor here Wednesdiv,
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market priiri vct!irs. 7.7-Vs;
t'oo.l. 77.."o: f.iir iniod. .SDjf'.O,
I.i to 1 x 1 . "i .
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ket lower; trinii' Im-mvv .flM0Tf'
H.V; iMdinius. sp". jr; ja ; ln.ivv
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( IIICAUO l'KODl ( F..
October 1
Mrs. John Kerr, with her litti-. day In Ivkhart and Mishawaka
r.i;.Gi:n.
sept. r.o.
Mrs. John Thornton and fo-s, of
Klkh art. Ind., were in (Jrancer
Wfdnf5tliy rn ornir.j:.
Fred Hapraman and lau?hter. oi
Niks, were In Grar.ccr Wednesday.
Frank Ilinincrrr spent Wcdnes-
rilU'AfJn, fh-t. 1. ItlTTPi: - Cronm
err tr;is, .'.; f ; n 1 i nls, ."..V ; llrsts.
In.'-V: sn-op.ls, lf 17v
i:i;s ordi!i;iri.s. rV; : firsts. r'X;
PHPKSK Twius, 2.".; .Mnrrb-ns.
CO,.-.
I'Oir.TKV Fowl. 2?T r.lr; du.-ks.
r.'.v, peese, 'J.-..-: spring.-.-. 'J7''.c; turkeys,
4.V-.
VeTAT'T--" ,r, s ; is''n-ln .or
Ifo lbs., ?;P.Mu; Minesnbis per I'M) lbs.,
.. -.Mo.
JNDI N APOl.ls MVi: STOCK.
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luMvb's. M;'. 1 '.'.; irediiiTiis .mm! tnixt-d.
SI." S.V! 'Ill : coiMMioii ! . Iii.ii , $." .")!!.;;
1...7.-: Imlk of s.ils. .t1.V7.".f 1-.
('ATT K Heeoipts. a , li.-irket lull;
itr ers. ss V'; 17..") I mws Mild lififers,
s.; :jr.t l"..75.
Slli:i:i' Ko.oipts, ;,u0; nurkot ."(V
lower; t"p. ?I.r.r.".
rmcAco (ami ciTcxiv.
Ciin' viin. (. t. 1 win; T-Nn. 1
r..a S '7- No h ir.l . J .'M ' L'T '. : No.
'II i t 'K - ' V.i '. vi. rln-
101 ' COKN- "No." 2 wlb.w, . 1.1 No. "t th, r- M-
trrandilauchter. Virginia Clouph. has
returned from a few days' visit at
tho home- of her brother, W. K.
Mann, of P.enton Harbor.
Mr. and Mr. C W. Tallman have
returned from Tallman, Mich., whore
they were railed by the death of
their granddaughter. P.ernice Prun
ke. Mr. and Mrs. Prunke returned
with them, making' the trip bu auto
mobile. Mis Ada Taylor h.i commenced
her work as teacher in the schools
at Pri'-cton. Mich. MNs Ibth Tay
lor is tachinq at the Hurke schoo..
fleorge poolh. of St. Joseph. Mo.
is a visitor at the home of his .sister,
Mrs. Marv ltodcrers.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sturmis hav
returner! from a six weeks' stay at
Poclp ster, Minn., where Mr. Sturmi-
lias l.en under treatment with the
Mavo P.ros.
Mr. end Mrs. Prank P.rayman are
vi.--i:p,r thr-ir laimhter. Mrs. Albert
Atwood. in Grand pknpids.
Surrounding1 towns and villages
which have 'been running on fast
time during' the summer will go
back to standard time next Sunday.
The infcrurbin will also resume th
oil schedule Sunday morning.
Miss Nina Sparks returned YVed
pedav from an extended visit In the
Orient. She left Perrien Srrlntrs last
February and most of tho time has
1 eon spent ii China and Japan. She
nreompanled her cousin. M'!ss Glada
Miller, of Chicairo, to- China, who
was married t Mr. George Costrllo
io llor'P Konc. wlu re he employed
by th Canadian T'acifir railway.
flow G. I. Kanden has returned
fri.ni Crand Paplds where lm nt-l-ned
to state conference nf the
T'nite 1 P.r- them church. He has been
returned to this eharu" for his sec
ond ear. Ponton Hnrhor was se-
bctfd for the 1921 conference meet
in ir place.
Miss Natalia Jordan returned
"Wednesday to resume her studies
I. W. Mona week.
John Walsh and family visited in
I i:. Iavry was In South Bond
Wednesday.
Claude I,onIcy, Delbert Shimp
and Mrs. Horner Vincent were in
South P.end Wednesday afternoon.
Dr. Thoma Dusrdale, of Misha
waka. called on Henry and Prank
Uininger Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Vivian Piglow spent Wednes
day night wit'i her sister. Lois Pig
low, in South Pond. The remainder
nf the week she will spend in Halet,
Ind.
The new W. O. Teninty, pastor
of the Granger Presbyterian church,
will speak on Sunday morning. Oct.
Ib at 11 o'clock. His subject will bo
Hope."
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICK TO lUtllH.i; IH'ILDKKS.
Nti'-e is hereby iv-n that the I'onrd
ef County ConunlssioniTs of St. Joseph
County will receive M-p;i.Mte sealed pro
pov.ils for tlie repair f tho following
lri.lp-s, on or bef.ire Morula v, (Jet. lth,
i: t 11 o r lo. k a. in.
1. Kcpalr f bridge on Cs!orne Head,
on North lloiiii.h ry of s-tlnn L'ü, Town
ship lUi North. Ktüige 1 Past.
2. Kep.dr ef brblge cu (JuaaLen.isp
Iload, luiated on Past Houndury ef Sec
tion Township oi) North, Kausi 1
Plans and specifications as adeptel by
the County 'ontinissloners :i r now- on
ill in the offiee of the County Auditor.
All bids must be cm forms furnished
by th County Auditor and II bidders
in ust tile a bond in a sum e.paal tu the
amount ef tie bbl submitted.
The board f C'oininl.sion'r reserves
th rlcht t- reject :ny r all bids. C.lvrn
by (-nler of the Hoard of County Cotn-
mlshioner.s of St. .leaeph County, this
0th day of September. l'.2
C'LAIIPNCP SKDCWICK,
Auditor St. Joseph C'ountv.
Oct. i-.s.
htatt f Prank .1. Iielry:
NOTK II OF FINAL AC TOI'XT.
I.y ilirectlon ot Daniel J. Kepey. execu
tor of the Kstate ef Prank J. Kelley, late
of St. Joseph County, in the State of
Indiana, deceased.
Notbe Is hereby given to. the heirs,
and a'-l other persons Interested in viM
cMaf. that B.iid piviit'.r liflü filed In
tMs "t.rt hr account and vouchers f"r
the ßi .il !., tr'era.Tif f.f Kaid estate, and
they :ir.' thT'for her I'M- rejuired to l
ai.d appe.ir la said Coi.rt -n the 2stn
day cf (. tob r, r.ejr. when tlie Mine will
be harl and tnak prorf of their heir
ship, or rlalru t. any jart ef pai l es
tate, and show (auo if aby there ! e. why
snM account an.l tu- hr should ljot be
approved.
Witnes. the Cl.-rk an 1 the Seal of the
St. .losrph Circuit Court at S..ut'i H-nd.
Indiana. .'.nh rlav ef Septexber. l'J2'.
W 1 1. Ill II M.'WAUNKIt. Clerk.
iu:i:naki l. iki:i:stman. Pep.
Chr.rbs A. Hagerty, Atn. for Pstnfe.
Oct.l-
statement of tin OvcnerBhlp. Manugemen,
ClrruUtion, Ktc. Hequlred by the Act
of CunKrrott of Ausu-t 21. 1312,
Of South ller.d New-T!mes, published
Mornln?. Pvenlntr nnd Sunday at South
r.end. Indiana, for Oct iber 1st, 1320.
St.'ite ef Indiana. Count) ef St. Joseph,
ss.
I' for" me. a N'd.irr In and for the
State and county aforesaid, personally
appeared J. M. Stephenson, who. bavint:
! ii duly sworn lerordtn-r to law. de
poses aihl says that lie li the riihllsher
of The South Ilend Newn-Tlines. and that
the followii.? is. to tie best ot his
knowledge anl belief, a true statement
of the ownership, management, etc.. of
the aforesaid publication for the date
hown In the above caption, required by
the Act of August 21. 1012. embodied In
sethn 14.!, Postal Laws and Iieguiaiions,
printed en the reverse cf this form to
wit:
1. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, nnnaglng editor,
nnd business managers nie:
Publisher. J. M. Stephenson. South
P.end. Ind.
IMltor, John Ilenrv Zuvor, South Ilend.
fnd.
Managing Pditor, John Henry Zuver,
South P.end. Ind.
lbtslpess Manager, J. M. Stephrnson,
S'titli lhnd. Ind.
2. That the owners are:
J. M. Stephenson, South I'end. Ind.: nu
tate f (J. P. Summers. South I'.on.l. In I;
Albe (I. Stephenson. Soutli P.end. Ind.
That tlie known bondholders, loort
gapes. :tTid other security holders owntng
or hoMing 1 per cent or more of fetal
amount of bonds, mortgages, or other
securities are:
None.
4. That the two paragraphs nett
above, giving the names rt th owners.
Ptocklp.lders, and security holders, if
any. contain !Ht only the list of sto.k
holders as they appear upon the books
of the company but also, in cases where
th stockholder or security holder ap
pears upon tlie books f the company as
trustee or in any other fiduciary rela
tion, the name ef the person or corpora
tion for whom such trustee is acting. Is
given: als that the said two paragraphs
contain statements embracing atl'Iant'f
full knowledge and bdief as to the cir
cumstances and condition under wrhtch
stockholders and security holders who do
not appear Upon the books of the com
pany as trustees, bold st k and se. tirl
ties in a capacity other than that of a
bona tide owner; and this affiant has no
reason to believe that any other person,
Association, or corporation has any In
terest direct or indirect in the said stock,
bonds, or other securities than as bo
stated by Mm.
a. That the average number of copies
of cadi lssu if this publication sobl or
distributed, t.irough the mails or other
wise, to paid subscribers during the six
months preceding the dato shown above
Is 1Ü.S.M.
J. M. STKPIIKNSON,
Publisher.
Sworn to and subcril.e.j before nie
this 1st dav of October. 1020.
(Seal ALICi: M. LOWKY.
Notary.
(My commission expires Ot. 2d, 1021.)
rit. ! INDKX TO CLASSIFICATIONS.
A N N OUNCE ME N T S
Funeral Flowers.
2 Cemetery I.-ts. Mocunent&.
7 Lole Not beg.
S Condi PvciAs.
Prt i, a is.
l'J Lest aud Feun I.
AUTOMOBILES
11 Aufo:nohiks for Sale.
12 .Moto.vyrbs nnd Uhjeleg.
1 AutuiDobiles f v r Exchange.
1 Auto A"( essories.
11 Service Stations Repairing.
Iß Auto Livery Garages.
17 Wanted Autoruoblies.
DUSTINESS SERVICE,
IS IHuslrtss Services Offered.
VJ Huihllng Coctractingr.
20 Heating and riumbiap.
1 Insurance.
22 Milbi.ery- Oressraaking.
Moving. Trucking, Storage.
24 Palnung Paperiag.
25 Patent Attorneys.
Printing stationery.
7 Professional bcrvicea.
2" Repairing.
20 Keno.-atin and Dyeing.
30 Tailoring and Pressing.
21 Wanted I3usluc?s -vice.
EMI'LO Y M P . T.
22 Help Y an.ed Female.
33 Help Wanted Male.
34 Help Male or Female.
"- Mtlesmeii and Ag-.-nts.
Situations Wanted Female.
37 bltuLlons Wanted Mule.
r INANCIAL
38 Business Opportunities.
3'. Investments, Stocks. Bond.
40 Money to Loan.
41 Wanted To P.orrow.
INSTRUCTION.
42 Correspondence Courses.
43 Local Instruction Clarse-j
41 Musical. Panting. Dramatic.
4ö Private Instruction.
4'J Wanted Iustrui tion.
LIVE STOCK.
4 Dogs. Cats. I'eta.
4 Horses, Cattle, Vehicles.
4'J Poultry Live Stock.
3C -Wautid Live Stock.
MERCHANDISE
51 Articles For Sale.
r,2 Business E.uipa-ent.
T-3 Boats and Accessories
.Building Matt - Is.
Farm and Dai.y IToducta.
r-G Fuel and Feed.
."7 -Oco.l Things to Pat.
f.s Home-. Mario Things.
VJ House hoi J Goods.
Os Jewelry and WaLIus.
01 Machinery and Tools.
(2 Musical Instruments.
03 Seeds. Plants, Fertilizers
1 Spe.-i; Is at the Stert.
Wearing Apparel.
00 Want' d To Buy.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Ci Rooms With Board,
is Room-- Without Board.
& Rooms Por Housekeeping
TO Vacation Places.
"1 Where to Eat.
T2-Whcre to Mop ia T3tvn.
.--W ant d Iloonis. Hoard.
m REAL ESTATE FOIt RENT.
tj Apart" ont an.l I'lats.
T" BufIiu'ss Places For Pent
Tt; Farms :'or Kent.
77 Houses For Rent.
7S Ofti.es and -esk Room.
Swliurban For Ikfnt
so summer Places For" Ilent
Sl Wanted- To Rent.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
S2 Business Property.
S3 Farms and Lau I For Sale.
SI Honsel For Sale
s'. Lots For Sale.
SG Shore Property For Sale.
s.7 Su burin For Sale.
Real Estate Yo: Exchange,
b Wanted Real Estate.
AUCTI O NS LEGAL S.
90 Auction Sales.
BOEY GOOGLE
Barney Has a Good Reason for Hot-F oofing it Home
t , w . , f , . : . .
! !U SE?Z TO IT THAT ) -. : f ...-. mo r..w... X7,- v
VOU CBtY TME OOCTOCii ' '' I VU S j NO U ci-Ap? ,
M . x" mmm i c JmJ 44sn
TOOTS AND CASPER
(Copyright. l'.20, ey Newspaper Feaf.a r
Service, lue.
A Bed That is All Bluff
. GORGfMM. ANTIQUE BED 'TIRED i'--'ju-tp77m T- ,
fcgL Eu t i I r 255 .
HNW-HAVV- I DlOlHT TH'Nr TO
TTLL V0Ü THE SPRINGS AMD
V IMPRESS WONT BE OUT
TILL THEEXT 0ELItRV:
HrVrtA,
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These Are Opportunity Ads
The South Bend News-Time
Classified Advertising
Ir.defd, i5tandardt7ed ar.d Popular
ized for Quick P.cftrcnce.
The following Classification head
ings appear daily in this newspaper
!n tho numerical order here given
closely al'le.l r'n c::f iratlnr.s belnff !
grouped togetiaer. '
The individual ad vertifeme nts I
are arranged ur.dor these headings'
in alphabetical order for easy refer
ence. CLASSiriFD RATES.
(Per Line.)
One Insertion Charge, 1"
Cash. 12J
Three Consccctive Davs Charge. 12:
Ccah. 11!
Six Consecutive Pars Charge, lie
Cash. 9:
Special Low Hates to Long Term Ad
vertisers. The above rfa rites nrr'y only cn
payments made on o- within sit dart
aftt-r the Crd lusertlun of classified ad-
vertlslr.g. J
One Insertion Include? both j
Morr, Hg nnd Afternoon or Sir day, j
ANNOUNCEMENTS !
AUTOMOBILES
utoiiiobli--i for S.il
lVrxmal.'
Mil. FARMER-- We have a RiTV.ffd Mip-,
ply of hydrated li:ae for agrbultural;
purposes ;ind sugg-st tli.it you arranr-' i
for your re-ji;irencnts at or.ee as'
to insun d lireiv this fall. Place your i
or.br by phone tt day. Staples-IIlLb'
brnnd Conipany.
Lost and Fouinl
10
BICYCLE Found. Owner may have sarn
by ideut ifyinc and paving for this ad.
Apply at 224 N. Huey St., between i
p m anl s p. in.
AUTOMOBILES.
Autoiaobiles lor ralc
1 1
AI 1 MOBILES We have a few i:ed
-ars on h-i"d that. e do not care t
tdore tliis winter which e will mII at
a much lower price than next hpriug.
M:e l'.d7 OldsrnoMle rourlng: one l'.2
Clievrolet, touring; one i;2) Nas!i tour
liic; ne PO) hikl.iuil r:adter: oiie
I'M.'. Republic truck. no i:is Stude
baker coupe; one lfds Iol coupe:
one 101'j Podge sedan. South Bend
Nash Motor Co.. 1 lt L. W. E Phone
Lincoln Ce-;.
AUTO r.ARCiAINS
OYr.KLAM fO, MODEL.
Goor. tiie?.
i EHLAND sC-U, GOOD TIREH
?;5.
MAXWELL r: TWO BRAND
NEW MILLER CORD IN REAR.
LORD I'd TOURING.
HEAM NEW CIIUEVOLET SE
DAN, spotl:c,ht and iixtka
tire, i,:a.
P. L. MENDEZ i CO.
DEALERS' IN CHANDLER AND
CLEVELAND CARS.
YOUR MONEY IN ONE WEEK
IF NOT SATISFIED.
CASH OR TERMS.
:17 P. JLITLTON ST.
LINCOLN V'?l.
USED CAR BARGAINS
Chevrolet one ton worm drive trurk
dcrr.'ir.i-trutor : 1 Chevrclct?. 5 pass,
including l'j:o model; 131t Baby
Grand Chevrolet, 5 pass; seer.'il
Ford 3 iiKludlng paurl body; one ton
Ford tru-k; St-mn roadster; Over
land 5 pass; Maxwell 5 pa5s. CiKh
or terms. Üclstl? Auf Sales Co
ntr; Lincoln Way Wept. Thoae Mala
714.
CHEVROLET ROAUSTER M.xicl No.
4:i. .1.4. Driven about 'Aoo miles;
first l.iss eo-i.l it ion . 74: I. a w robtle
PORD Toi ElM, PAi;-Por hale.
Pnns.ylvaida av.
:oi
OKANT UoADMi:K Model M 1u good
mechanical coiulltion. Pall Mlsh, :.'.
.) El 1 " II I ES ." p:ir-ei:Lr.T lnurini; in k""!
ondifiou fur sal or will exchauge for
vacant lot. Call Llneojn d.
Kl. lol IlINu i'Aii- For s.ile or will
Jet it apply as fir.-t payment on bmall
house. 7o' N. Frauds.
MTHi;i; A K E iT lT 17-Tr with panl b:
livery ho.ly. (JuicU sah .'ix) cash takes
it. Have iw room to tturo. Robertson
Ilr.x. 'n.
STl 1 EBA K Ell SPECIAL SIX Touring
car. Pullv equipped. Oversize cord
tiren A b.irs--aln Main 11J2.
AUTOMOBILES
HAYNES ONE ia2'" HAY'NES SE
DAN WITH WIRE WHEELS.
PAIGE SEDAN, LIKE NEW, AT A
BARGAIN.
ONE 1020 HAYNES TOURINeJ.
ONE 1017 HAYNES 3 PASSENGER.
ONE PIERCE-ARROW ROADSTER.
HAYNES SALEd AND SERVICE.
MMN 13S4.
NOTICE OP ROAD PETITION.
USED .'AR BARGAINS
11)17 MODEL 43 CHEVROLET TOUIL
ING.
OVEliLAND TOUUING. MODEL 73.
KH0 TOURINC". 1013.
ODSMOBILE S CYLINDER. MODEL 41
REPUBLIC ONE-TON" TRUCK.
OLl'SMUllLE vi.
S2G S. LAFAYETTE 11LYD.
USED CABS
F0II SALE USL'D TRUCKS AND
CABS.
TWO CHALMERS. 5 rASSENGEIL
ONE OVERLAND DELIVERT, Vä
TON.
ONE RE TUB LIC. 1 TON.
ONE FORD. BOX BODY. 1 TON.
ONE MAXWELL, lbj TON.
ONE 3-TON TRUCK.
ONE S-TON TRUCK.
HAGEDORN i WEBSTER.
216 222 L. JEFFERSON BLVD.
MAIN 17S1.
USED CABS
8 CYLINDER CADILLAC FED AN.
8 CYLINDER CADILLAC TOCRINd
CAR.
DODGE BROS". TOURING CAR.
FORD TOURING CAR.
ALL IN GOOD M-JCIIAN1CAL CON
DITION. F w. stf:iitai:t south bend
CO. MAIN 12S7.
MotorrjrTos and Illrcles 12
Notice is hereby j-iven that a petition
has ben tiled In the offjc' of th iiihI.t
signel. Auditor of St. Jos-jdi County,
1 1 1 t i -i 1 1 -1 . .-i(JLr-s?a to tb Ito.iri of Cm-inl-ini'rs
of said County, which peti
tion was signed by William SaibT and
M'V.iitytw.i i7-i otlicri who rprciit
tliat they i.nd vidi of theui are fni-hobl-
er.s and voters of Center, Union and
Ma'lison townships. sai'l County and
Stat In said petition it Is alb'tfed tb:t
It would be a pubib; utility to grade.
drain and resurf ic or pave with gravel, j
Mon, or ntlii-r pavintr inat.-rial th fob j
lowing rb s.-ribed existing highway iiii
Madison. Center and Union Townships. .
St. .ls-ph County, Indiana, to-wdt:
Ueinuing at intT-ect ion of tb New ,
Road with a certain free gravel or inaea-) BICYCLE In - o. i(.nd!tif n, a bargain
damized load m Madison Towtjsldp ' f- .Pl lb S Ts Icr sf
Known and desiirnat. d ou the rjy.d n ap ; jr, Jrll' 1 1 NM.NWh v p.dil?' John-
i said co u ii t y a s the Brem. , Highway .. m.t. S , , ,. itJ , ,
wlibb said intersection is at or about .
the southeast eoni.T of Sctioa Id. Town-i IIN 1 1 A K LI A - DA 1 1 ON -Jor eal.
ship .North Range .". Ea-f. w hi' h Mid! ;'.od pp :). Bargain if taken At
point is the eastern terminus of that i L''n
1 art of said highway proposed t " l" im- i 1 U IN HARLI.Y DAVI Ds .. I'd -Iroved.
then. . from said point extend- I trie equipment in good r ndltb-n. U;.j.
ing wst following th line of aid New 'ai betw. n 0 and 7 p. m., lbü S
Road upon tli suth line f S- tei 1 I Tm vbr st
nnd 17 in said Township and rang- to j t -
tin west line of Madisr.n Township! All! A tc -wrTs It
whb h is also the eat lii.o of C,.x,t.r ....... .. ....
Township in said county and slate and!"'. ' - i.n... .
thence west following slid highway
lllOn-g the township line between ('. tr
and Union Townships to the point where
sai'l New Road intersects with a -.r-tain
free $rrael road and d--i ;rnatd on
the ron.l map of St. .Tosoph c.i;uty n
the Turkey Creek Highway which point
of inters" tbn is the ved terminus of
that part of the Nv Road to be im
proved b" these proceeding.
The--, petitioners further s.ir that that
part -f the New Road proposed to be Im
proved Is b-ss than three i: il s In length.
The petitioner r- ommend that said
highway b Improved by paving' w. Ith
gravel, "stone or other re nl paving ma
terial, but they recommend th:;t gravrl 1.
uved and that tb- width of said irn-
eo. a mats, wina s :e .1 u-lr.er. r o'I r.ro.
tectors and all a. e-v,,ri. s. If It s f...
tho :.r. Frowns hav it Hr" n M-t-T
Surrdy Co, 117 E. J tjer.-.:.. L;n
dn 2i:.Ct.
tPFLECTOHS
Special for SaturTir, Zr") pair n-lnl
det?extrrs. w'.rt! s . Situr lay. pla'-d
on your ear. Jl7 --: g t them wh'dt
getting Is c -od. Aat. Market. Je?er
toa at Lafayette Elvd.
TI RE. And tub. s, tr a 1
blerr.ltl). la i' ii .; -,v stnudrd pri- e.
All tirei -.i ir. !!.'. . A!-., a f.-w fa
tory rp.ilre 1 .-asi:.gi. M .is.-. I'f ir. :-kt-ii.
'' r;e. b-J E. .I-fT.-rfin t!v!.
proved or paved portion ef paid r-ad j J( , j-,,,. , .j,.kt p-.-wd j i.e-v
be pot less than fourteen rlii fet. wlthj ,..,j pj. .,.. n;,.s flt p,..t :.r;,-(.,
terms up ni each side f n t b i-s than 0l,'r ti'rf. h,.rs. ,. r ...... jn'twr,
Masey-P: :;:.' in. Th
i Vi'TVi'M. P. .Tefcr
Horn.' of
..n Mvd
four i 4 i feet
Not b-e Is hereby giv.n that said pet!-I
tion will h present-.! to the Ib.ard -f j
Commissioners of th Countv ? St. Jo.J
cr.nn 'it t,o ofl'i-e f-t Sl'd IJoird ill the.
i-ourt hous' at South Bend. Indiana, nttAl lo PAI VIED-A ut nu-Mb-s
... ii, to!. er flYi t.-rm of k;1i, Hoard or. 1 trusts want-d to j.iir.i
i t-..t:tv. 'fifth .!.iv .f Oct .be r. A. P.' ,ir' 1 T' s-'b. ü.Tlr rail s.
- . ' . -r i . ...i. I i . I t . V . . j -
Serv in St.itlon -Itcpnlrin?
ir.
a:, I
pe lal pTe S
PCLLY AMD HER PALS
T'.o. flt P o -r k a. m.. whb h day i- j
.a:.
Pa Makes Doubly Sure
. O- . . "2 I . .1
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ylüvi u -vntv ' -Mwv r j .9y r
VrX H m,, Fmrm SrCmm. Ix, Cn Brtaa r.Mi nemi v S-- "" -
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r..b-
ini v
i St Six'.
(c3TeiiÄ .0.2.
siuth Be:. 1 Ei
j fixed bv the Audit-.r bv endorsement of ! ' ,rrr''1 .
! said p'-tirion. at which time the rO 1 j GLL.M AN R.b'.'lt l icycle at 'ow prb -tk
Board wil rleiermme w ,'. er or not; s.ud i m. j.. -tjg . MP-rugan
petition I s-Jffieirnt in form ai. l nb- ! TIli.sJ:hj READ Tru li and all r.rl
stance. tires retread inie -ia "riK'nal. Thorrs
! tiv ir.tereb-d rirty may appear at! i.. ,.T iHa-ir? crt .-a t Vi.
t . . . . . i i. .. i .1 : - b "
i !i t.eanr.g an i s e w .i.i '. ..
re.pi--t iu said petition should unt b
prn.te!
Dated: South B.d.d. I:.d!.i::i. Spt
2Tth. A. D. 1 ''-".
CLARENCE SEDGWICK.
ti.!;p.r, St. .1-'.s.-ph Cur.ty. Ir. 1. I
o.-t. t . ,
ro.n ray E.iBt.
Auto l.lvery Caragcs
li
GARAGE I ir- r - f -rani he-p l g.:-
j age f.-r r'r,t :.f ',1.' V. Cnlftx c
anted . n to mobilia
1
th
I .Mi ing Afrttnpli'litiient.
T ; f . . ctr.in.'i. th ! r " " : . 1 . t
I I L I . tl .- i . i . : - ...... r- ..... . .
nrofessnr. w:.; shav. d this nuiib !
f ir.g by a man who really i. I sup- j
! pose, a littb above bing a barber.
I ki.nv. of my own knowledge that I
die studied at Heidelberg and spent;
i several years in oth'-r lorngp. c n
J r.sl.l) CARS Will ,.-il 4 r trade y ur sr
).. an ! ;ub k T-'.l'.i. v. C !'..
i t we-t f oliwr h (-.. ''.
i : : ot. a v.
- .
S" !'.
BUSINESS SERVICE
liusiiH-k. Smtv !, Ofli-rerL
1 s
iters. I know, also, that ho has con-j
(tribute. I s-ojenTifio rtiels t our bst :
BATHS
Ma.i;. EJ(-tr!eitT. La-It -;.
H 1 ! -h a n B ith Pari jrs, 2i3 iV. ZiZtt
inagaz.!. s and has; r.ur.ibe; i.-J a Iii op. g
hi intimate friends men of the (
! higbest social .-t.tndirtr. And yet." .
I . - 1 i 1 . r. . . I -. - . 1 r. . rr.f..'..-.' H . . - .1 t i
s ill - i (.Ii.. in- i i i . i . ii-. 111 1 ; 'iTri'tVi' lriTint-,-.' ........
chave a man decently. " "Py Jrjve-." , DELING W I.DDINgs, DIN.NL;:,
exclaimed young Houtidc-r In astcn-i-hnur.t.
"What is lie a barb r for.
with all those accomplishments?'
"Oh, he isn't a barber." j-aid th pro
fessor, yaw r.i r.s. "Vnu y.-e, I shned
my S'lf this morning." Sin Fran
cisco Argonaut.
LUNCHES. AND PARTIES WANTED.
FOR INFORMATION CALL MRS.
EUP.ENi: DAVID, A S. kys I.
lliONE MAIN C-ll.

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