aie Richmond Palladium. Friday, August 17, 1906.
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Provisions T5ll JLs&Q&t FIa,irlklfc BfWS Indianapolis
Live Slock, Grain Chicago
anj THE PALLADIUM MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LATEST AND ARE ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE. NO Cincinnati, NOW York
Stock Markets newspapers in Indiana, those of Indianapolis not excepted, give more complete and Richm0nd.
' market reports than the palladium. .
Scarcity of contain kinds
particularly cat fish and bug
continued to curtail trade
Is uninterrupted and sales ;n
id that stocks can not pil"
e so Hip
JOrie whltetti-l! are out. of the market
hecau.se of failure of fishermen to get :
large hauls. Large herring have ad-
vanced. Red snappers, for which the
demand is not as heavy as fornieilyi
are down lc. I'.loater mackerel has j
declined ."c. Halibut and whitefish j
continue to had tndf hut the de
maud is excellent for all kind.5 of
THE LOCAL MARKETS.
(The prices quoted below are those
jaid by J. M. Eggemeyer, Main &
rourth streets, for produce, veget
ibles and fruits. This gives the
farmers and gardeners the accurate
quotations for their products; also
gives the merchants of the smaller
towns the wholesale prices paid in
Richmond on all fruits, etc., bought
from Commission men.)
Butter, (country tahle) ..
Ilutler, (creamery) .. ..
Butter, ( packing stock ) . .
Chickens, (Roosters) .. ..
Let t lice, ( head )
. .2ro ih.
. . 12c 11).
. llo lh.
. .Sc lh.
. . C.c ll.
. 12c lh.
. .10c lh.
Carrot (h .'0c hu.
String Heans 10c hu.
Onions, (White) $1.2.. hu.
Onions, (Yellow $1.00 hu.
Onions, (Spanish) $l.."o crate
Onions, (Young) 2."c doz.
Green Corn 7c doz.
Cabbage 7."ic hhl.
Tomatoes .r0c Int.
CaulIIlower( fancy) 7."c doz.
Egg Plants 7."c doz.
Radishes 2c doz. hunches
Cucumhers( long green . . . . 2."c doz.
Beets .'Oe hu.
Turnips, (washed) r.Oc hu.
Sweet Potatoes $.".()() hhl.
Lima Beans 12c qt.
Oroon Peas $2.00 hu.
Mangoes (sweet) .. .. .. .. He doz.
Celery, (Michigan) 2."ie do.
Parsley 10c lh.
Shelled Beans 7c qt.
Potatoes 75c hu.
$2.00 crate, (fi) has.
Peaches, (Indianas) $l..r() crate (ti)has
Peaches, ( 1 lome-grow n ) .... $ I .HO hu.
Huckle Berries, (Hi hx. crate) . .$:i.OO
Black Berries 7c per qt.
Crab Apples 10c hu.
Apples, (picked cooking varieties)..
Grapes, (Concords) .. ..
Grapes, (Cal. Muscats) .
Grapes, (Cal. Seedless) .
Cherries, (Cal. Ox heart)
. 2rc has.
. .$2 crate
.. ..$c. oo
Lemons. (Verdellas IlOO s.)
Water Melons, (Indiana ;!0
Canteloupes, (Tip Top, 40 to hhl.)
Gems, (Indianas) ,r0c has.
Cocoanuts 40c doz.
riums, (Cal. Kelsey) .. .. $2 crate
Plums, (Damsons) $;i.00 hu.
Plums, (Green Gage) $2. hu.
Plums, (Goose Red) $1.25 hu
Plums, (Blue Gage) $1.50 bu.
Oranges, (Valcncias) 12l s $5. hx.
Bananas, (Jumbo's) .. . .$1.50 to $1.75
Pears. (Sugar or Sickle) .. .. 50c hu.
Pears, (Bart lot ts) $1.50 hu.
Grape Fruit (00 size) $5 box.
Pine Apples. (Fancy 24s.) .. .. $3.25
WHEAT AND CORN.
(Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. )
New Wheat 6Sc
Corn per bu 50c
Oats per bu 2Sc
(Paid by H. J. Ridge &. Son.)
OKI Corn 55c
Old Timothy Hay.
Loose $12 to $13
Mixed baled $11 to $12
New Timothy Hay.
New hay baled $10 to $11
Ohl oats r.S to 40c
New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00
(Paid by Richmond Abbatilr.)
rhoico butcher steers .
Cows, common to good
$2.00 'a n.oo
. 5.00 n'.. oo
Hogs, top heavy 5.00 ry -,.25
Hogs. ?00 lbs common and rough . .
5.25 '7 5.50
Hogs 200 and 250 lbs average
...... ...vil ,1.1,1
Makes children cat. sleep and
grow. Makes mother strong and vig
orous. Makes a healthy f ily.
That's what Hollister's Rock .Moun
tain Tea does. Tea or Tablets. Zo
A. G. Luken & Co.
Stops earache in two minutes;
toothache or pain of burn or scald in
five minutes; hoarseness, one hour;
niuscleache, two hours; sore throat
twelve hours Dr. Thomas Electric
Oil, monarch over pain.
If you haven't the time to exercise
regularly, Doan's Regulets will pre
vent constipation. They induce a
mild, easy, healthful action of the
boyels without griping. Ask jour
diukrest for them. 25o
f Putdiflit-rs Press!
Indianapolis, Aug. 10. Receipts
::,.",Hi) hogs, 1.100 cattle and 550 sheep,
against 11,704 hogs, 1,:41 cattle and
475 sheep a week ago. and 7.1: hogs
1,11s cattle and 170 sheep a year ago.
Receipts of hogs were comparative
ly small. On account of continued
small receipts, the tendency has been
toward ahiiihrr level and with a fur
ther advance of 5fl'r; the market
is now at ::oc higher than the close
of last wek. packers evidently rea
lized that there is a poor prospect for
liberal receipts and honvht. more free
ly than heretofore this wek. There
was also a fair demand from shippers
and a prompt clearance was made.
Cattle Steady to Strong.
There was a small run of cattle,
but what was lacking in quantity was
to some extent made up in quality.
Among the offerings were better cat
tle than have he. n heretofore this
season and in a ueneral way quality
and conditions were good. The
kel opened at strong prices
heaw steers and h
t cows and heif
ers. Steers that were lacking in qual
itv weight or fat, met witli rather a
poor demand and were more or
diflieult to sell at barel
Sheep Held Steady.
The supply of sheep and lambs was
average, and .with just about enough
to encourage competition from buy
ers there was an active market.
Prices were strong to higher. In ex
treme cases there was no advance
but a considerable larger supply sold
around top figures. A prompt clear
ance was made and the close
Good t" cIiol'Hs
i;)00 lbs and upward $ 5 50(5 C 25
CoT.moa to medium
ttoeri".. 1,200 lt)o. and
upward 4.G5(a 5.50
Good to choice neeta
1,150 to 1,250 lbs 4 5 05
Common to medium
steer?, 1,150 to LLT-O
lbs 4 15ft? 4 90
Good to choice steers.
900 to 1,100 lbs 4 25 5 00
Common to med'nra
steers. 900 to 1,100 lbs 3 75(T 4 35
Choice feeding 2'eeu:.
900 to 1,000 lbs 3 75(0' 4 00
Good feoilio vtecrs.. 3r0
to 1,000 lbs C 25 3 50
Medium fsodlcx etej?n
700 to 900 lbs 2 73 3 25
Common tj fc.wt utvyck-
ers 2 25 It 3 00
Good to choice heifer?. 4 35 f 00
Fair to medium heifer''.. 3 754 25
Common light heifers.. 2 75 3 65
to choice cows .... 3.05 4.25
Fair to medium cows ... 3.0(pa 3.50
Canners and cutters .... 1.25 3.00
Good to choice cos ana
ar.d calves SO 00 50 00
Common to medium
cows and calves 20.0W 30.00
HULLS AND CALVES
Good to prime bulls. .. 3 00 TT 3 50
Fair to medium bulls .... 2.50 2.75
Common bulls 2.001- 2.25
Common to best veal
calves 4 50(f 7 00
Fair to good heavf 3 )Wn 0 00
Best heav-U'O. 210 lbs
and upward 0 15 (! 25
Medium and mixed. 190
lbs and upward 0 10i ti 25
Good to choce lights
100 to 1M lbs 0 25 0 30
Common to good lights
130 to 150 lbs 0 20 6 25
Best pigs 5 50 5 75
Light pigs 4 50 5 25
Roughs 5 25 5 00
Bulk of sales 0 20 0 30
Spring Iambs 3.50 7.00
Good to choice yearlings .. 5.00 r . 2 5
Common to medium 4.25 4.75
Good to choice sheep ... 4.25 4.60
Culls to medium 2 50 4 00
Stockers and feeders .. 2 00 3 00
Bucks, per 100 lbs 2 50g 3 50
LAME EVERY MORNING.
.A Bad Back is Always Worse in the
Morning. Richmond People
Are Finding Relief.
A back that aches all day and
causes discomfort at night is usually
worse in the morning. Makes you
fell as if you hadn't slept at all.
Can't cure a bad back tintil you cure
the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills
cure sick kidneys make you feel
hotter, work better, rest better and
Permanent cures in Richmond prove
the merit of Doan's.
Ed Gausepohl of 249 South Fourth
street, employed at the Richmond
Casket Co., says: "For a long time I
was troubled with weakness of the
kidneys, the muscles of my back be
ing so sore and lame that I could hard
ly got about. This was principally
noticed in the mornings when first
getting up. I saw Doan's Kidney
Pills-advertised and got a box at A.
(5. Litken's drug store and began us
ing them. The relief 1 obtained from
them was prompt and most satisfacto
ry." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
'take no other.
Cincinnati, O, Aug. 10. The cattle
and hog markets were steady
Hog prices tended upward
Choice $.5.15 5.50
Fair to good 4 Z't'n 5 lr'
Oxen 1.75 4.25
RTTTCIJER STEERS j
Extra 'a 5 25
Good to choice 4.50'f; 5.15 t
Common to fair 2.5o'y 4.35 .
Extra 1.5u'.; 4.00
Good to choice 3.75 4.10
Common to firm 1.00' 2.05
Bologna 2.4u- 2.70
Good to choice 2.75 3.40
Common to fair poo 2.05
Canners 1.00 2.25 !
Stockers and feeders .. 1.75 4.25 j
Thin and light 1.75 2.to'
Bologna 2.50 3. on '
Fat Bulls 3.00' 3.35
Common and large .... 3.00', 5.50;
Fair to good 5.25 0.25 ,
Good to choice packers
and butchers G.12'i0 15
Mixed packers 0.00 0.10 j
Common to choice heavy j
fat sows 5.15 5.95
Stags 3.25 4.10
Light shippers 0.00 0.20
Pigs, 110 lbs and less... 5.00 0.00
Common to fair 2.75 4.00
Good to choice
Constipation, bowel irregularity,
headache, dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad
kidneys, rheumatism, disorders inci
dent to sedentary life, positively cur
ed by Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea, the greatest American remedy.
Tea or Tablets, 35cents;
A. G. Luken & Co.
THE YELLOW FEVER GERM.
has recently been discovered. It bears
a close resemblance to the Malaria
germ. To free the system from dis
ease germs the most effective remedy
is Dr. King's Nw Life Pills. Guaran
teed to cure all diseases due to ma
laria poison and constipation. 25c at
A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR
Chicago, Union Pacific & Noth-West-ern
Twelve exclusively first clas3 per
sonally conducted parties will leave
Chicago, under the auspices of the
Tourist Department of the Chicago,
Unicn Pacific & North-Western Line.
July 7th, July 18th, and August 4th.
for Colorado, Utah, Yellowstone
National Park, Portland, Puget
Sound points, The Yosemite, San
Francisco and Southern California.
All expenses of the journey are in
cluded in the Initial cost. All ar
rangements for hotel accommoda
tions, train schedules, etc., are pro
vided for in advance. Write for itin
eraries and full particulars to S. II.
Hutchison, Manager Tourist Depart
ment, 212 Clark St., Chicafo, 111.
Turn backward, O time,
Make me a child again just for to
night, "I'll do it, cried Time, "just let me be
Until I fix some Rocky Mountain
A. G. Luken & Co.
Ittching piles provoke profanity,
hut profanity won't cure them.
Doan's Oinntment, cures itching,
bleeding or protruding piles after
years of suffering. At any drug
LUCKIEST MAN IN ARKANSAS.
"I'm the luckiest man in Arkan
sas," writes II. L. Stanley, of Bruno,
"since the restoration of my wife's
health after five years of continuous
coughing and bleeding from the
lungs; and I owe my good fortune
to the world's greatest medicine. Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, which I know from experience
will cure consumption if taken in
time. My wife improved with first
botle and twelve bottles completed
the cure." Cures the worst coughs
and colds or money refunded. At A.
G. Luken & Co.,'s, druggists. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
A HEALING GOSPEL.
The Rev. J. C. Warren, pastor of
Sharon Baptist church, Relair, Gr.,
says of Electric Bitters: "It's a God
send to mankind. It cured me of lame
back, stiff joints, and complete phys-
ir-oi i!.i,wo I : cr, . ,..
me half an hour to walk n milP T-
hnftlos of FleetH Pdtterc hva r,--,,!C.f proposals, COKtraCtS uEd ondS sit
uu rs in i. fu R. in r a nave maue . i i
, . . . V ifactorv to the aid Board no ('o tl-H
le so strong I have just walked three "J X f"
,iie in r,o minnto -mi feel itL- ' work of makinc said im prornens. i
t-! :1 ' "I" t ' hkeU failure of the successful bubW to
waiKing itiree more, it s mane a new i
man of me." Greatest remely for
weakness and all Stomach, Liver and
Kidney complaints. Sold under guar
antee at A. G. Luken-ft Co.'s drug
store. Price 50c.
Most disfiguring skin eruptions,
scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are
due to impure blood. Burdock Blood
Bitters is a cleansing blood tonic.
Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained.
Chicago. Aug. 10. Weather condi
tions in the Dakotas and Minnesota,
were extremely favorable for har
vesting operations, and consequently
the loeal wheat, market was weak.
There was considerable selling by
commission houses and longs. Sep
tember o-iened a shade to ir sc
lower and sold off to ',77so, the low
est point touched in several years.
Corn V'a? Weak.
Lower cables and ideal weuthe- for
the new cro'i caused weakness in the
corn market. Sentember opened 1hc
to -",o lower and sold off to 4c Oth
er months sob! lower, but regained
better than Soot ember.
Sentiment, in the oats :it was
Provisions were quiet
EAST QUrrALG '. nte: Cond to
choice export. $J JC v"' 0i: shipping steer,
$4 8."i'p5 IT) ; buteher st.-e-s. $4 75$i 5 '0;
heifers. $3 25-8 5 00; fat cows. $2 25 ft 4 On;
bulls, $2 20ft 4 00; milkers and springers,
$30 OOiGu Oi). Sheep and Lambs Joixl
tn choice yearlings; S6 00ft r, GO: wethers,
$5 COft'f) Oij; iT.lxed, $5 20'iir 50; ewes,
$4 751 5 25; spring lambs. SB 00ft S 40.
Calves Bi-st, $7 50ftS 00. HogsHeavies.
$6 40ft 6 45: mediums, $i 45; Yorker.,
$6 45ftG 50; pigs, ? 50; roughs, $5 00 .'?
5 30; stags. $4 00ft 4 75.
PITTSBU RG 'at tie: Ohoie $5 70ft
6 00; prime, $5 3i'-5j"5 60; tidy butcher.-!-,
$4 60ft5 00; heifers, $3 00ft4 50; oo.vs,
bulls and stags, $2 004 00; fresh cows,
$25 O0ft45 00. Sheep and Lambs Prime
wetherep. $5 5fao 80; good mixed, $5 10
ft 5 CO; lambs, 5 00ft 8 00. Calves Veal,
$5 03ft7 25. Hogs Heavy hogs, $' 25(tf
ti 30; mediums and heavy Yo kers, $; 4'
ftO 45; light Yorkers and pigs, $G 45ft;
CLEVELAND Cattl: Choice fteers,
$5 09ft5 .25; heifers, $4 00 ft- 1 50; fat rows,
$2 25 it' 3 00; b'ills. $3 25ft 3 50; milkers and
ppringers, 10 00ft 45 00. Sheep jnd
Lambs Good to choice spring lambs.
57 25(U7 50; yearlings, J5 00U5 50; mixed
Iheep, $4 50 5 00; wethers, $5 00ft5 5";
nvi'S, $4 00ft4 50. Calves $7 10 down,
i-logs HeavUs. $' 30; pi?s, Yorkers and
iiixed. $0 40; stags, $3 75ft 4 25; roughs.
S5 oo ft r, 3-i.
BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylva
nia XX and above. 24ft35e: X, 31 ft 32c;
No. 1. 40ft41c; No. 2, 3ft30e; fine un
washed, 2G(i27e; unwashei' delaine, 27r;
tucky and Indiana combing -blood
ft"2Sc: washed delain. Sfi36tic; Ken
33M;ft35c; -blood. 33034c
CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red. 71 Vi
ft7212e. Cor". No. 3 mixed, 52 Oats
No. 2 mixed 32i33c Rye f&. 2. 00c.
Lard-$8 4V Bulk meats $9 Bacon
$1 25. I .-.?: $5 15-i-6 20, Cattle
$2 00 ft" 21 --It p . 7" 4 4. Lnml;3
S i 5 1'; !' f
Department of Publi4 Worksi
Office of the Boird.
Notice to Contractors: I
Notice is hereby gifen by the
Hoard of Public Works (jf the City of
Richmond, Indiana, that sealed pro
posals will be received 3y it, at its
fitT;ee :it Ihp linnr if 1(1 nVlnnk ;i m
on Wednesday, August 2th. 1900, for
the following described! public im -
i.rovements in the Citv Richmond.
as authorized by the
Providing for the inn
the south side of Main if.reer
construction of a cement sidewalk
from 22nd street to 23rdi street to a
uniform width of nine (9 H feet.
Improvement Resolution Number 80.
Providing for the imprpvemei of
the first alley south of un street,
running east, and west, b1 the con
struction of fi cement roadway therein
to the full jwidth thereof from the
first alley e.tst of Svth Uth street,
running north and south tojSouth sth
Jmorovementi Resolution Nttmber 69
Providing Apr the improvement of
North 9th strVet, by the construction
of cement sidewalks on both sides
thereof, from iMain street fit) irth
All work cione in the moving of
said described Ipublic improvements.
shall be in accordance the terits and
rnn Hit inns of thV Imnrovemcnt Re?-
. I . ...
o utions. as numaerea. ana tneKietau
plans, pronies, amwincs ana specm
cations which arc on file and may
be seen in the office of said Board
of Public Works ofthe City of Rich
The bidders, in submitting propc
to make said described public im
provements, must accorlepany eachpid
with a certified check m the sunicf
$100. as evidence of god faith tiat
ine successim uiuueis vn e.xeeuie,
lt. . . r. i j j j i l 1 -.
! within ten days from the Sacceptane
enter into such contracts and bonds
jnon the acceptance of such nrov.sals
will forfeit the checks and the sums
of mouev pavable thereon to the citv
ys agreed and liquidated damages for
The Board of Public Works reserves
the right to reject any or all bills.
JOS. S. ZELLER.
JOHN F. DAVENPORT.
WILLIAM H. ROSA.
Rard of Public Works.
M YORK MARKETS
New York, August 10. Speculative
excitement; in I'nion Pacific and
Southern Pacific was still in evi.ince
this morning. Running sales of 25.
O'Mt "shares of Union Pacific were
inaih- at th.' o;,enins; at H'1. ami
l;2-. c-onijiared with ltil7, last ni-'h:
and L'.oO't shares of Southern Pacific
S"!d at 2- and i1-.. . eninpared with
v 1 h last liiuilit . There were- wide
sains in a few special stocks and 5.
000 shares of I'niii-d States Steel
wore taken at an advance of 1A. but
the preferred stock was shaded a frac
tion. In the general list the move
ment of prices was irregular, jn'oiii
taking carrying off a number of the
leaders a fraction. Internationa
pump rose 2. St. Paul, Brooklyn Tran
sit and Smelling rose nearly a point
and New York; Central, Northwestern
National Railroad of Mexico preferred
large fractions. There was a mone
tary yielding after the nponimr, but
the Harrirnan Pacific rose strongly
again and dealings maintained great
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Aniiil. Copper 101 rs 10 P3
Am. C. F. ifd ;)nH :yj
Am. Locomotive TO'.i (si.
Am. Smelt & Rfg 155 15 1 1
Am. Sugar Rfg VM i:!53
AtchiKoti :5i,o !)l-r-8
Anaconda 257'i; 251..
Baltimore & Ohio 110 11 si2
Hrooklyii R. T 7 TO'a
Canadian Pacifjc lOO's 1 ti
Chesapeake & Ohio ill '4 (iOr-s
C., M. & St. P 1S7-?
Colo. Find & Iron 51 x'z 51 '4
Hrie U :'2
111. Central 175?.i 175v2
Louis. & Nash 145'2 lt4U
Mexican Central 21Vi 21
Missouri Pacific i0 yr
Mo., Kan. & Tex ::5 ;)WH
National Lead S1114 70'
N. Y. Central 141 111
Norfolk & Western ...... 212 92 13
Pac. Mail ;',7 :'.s4
Pennsylvania l.TT-li 13S
Reading V- V.V.i
Republic Steel 20 20
Republic Steel pfd .... l!) OD'i
Rock Island 2(;-"i 20
Rock Island pfd (l-P-o f,:i'i
Southern Pacific S2 S2ls
Southern Ry :57aA :!7V8
Tenn. Coal & Iron .. . .fiov2 lr.OVl-
Texas & Pacific :!P2 W
Union Pacific lf2l2 ,lV.2
V. S. Steel 41 4 1
V. S. Steel pfd 100 10GA
Wabash 20 M 20
Department of Public Works.
Office cf the Board.
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given by the
Hoard of Public Works of the City of
Richmond, Indiana, that jon the 15th
day of August, 1900, tlvey approved
an assessment roll showing the pri
ma facie assessments for the follow
ing described public improvement, as
authorized by the Improvement Reso
lution named: J
Improvement Resolution Number 51.
Providing for the improvement of
the first alley south ofj Main street
running east and west by the con
struction of a cement roadway there-
j i!1 froni South isth street east to the
j first alley between istb and '19th
: streets running north afcd mth.
; improvement nesoiutionr iNumDer is.
I Providing for the improvement of
... r . . ,
l-biden Avenue, by grading, graveling
' ;ini1 noumering irom tneiwest line or
1 ana .. r. lipomas .auui-
tion. to west Fifth street.
Improvement Resolution jj Number 40.
Providing for the improvement of
South "A" street, by grading, and
graveling the roadway and con
struction of cement sidewalks and
cement curbs and gutters on both
sides thereof, from South 21st to
2:ird street. j
Improvement Resoluttion Number 42. j
Providing for the improvement of
the first alley east of sciuth 1Mb
street running north and 'south, by
the construction of cement roadway
therein, frim South "A" strfcet North
to the first alley south of Min street
runningeast and west. 1
Improvement Resolution Number 54.
Providing for the improvement of
! the alley ru tween south 9th jmd P'th
streets running north and uth, by
! the roadwa and construfltion of
no re unv.r. i...i .muu,
rtcr.ter cutters Therein
from South "TV street to Sftuth "F"
Persons interesrNj rr affeetd
by said- described public improve
ment are hereby notified that the
Board of Public Works of said city
lias fixed Wednesday. Aug. 29th. 13m;,
as a date upon which remonstrances
will be recdved. or heard, against j
the amount assessed against each i
piece of property described in said !
d will determine the question j
as to whether such lots or Tracts o
, , i. i -n i i j
have beer, or he benefitted
. n , i ,
i n the amount.-, named on said roll.
or in a greater or les. sum than that
j named on said roll.
! Said assessment roll showing said
j prima facie assessments, with the j
, names of owners and descriptions of!
property subject to be assessed, is on j
file and may be seen at the office of i
the Board of Public Works of said
JOS. S. ZELLER.
JOHN F. DAVENPORT.
WILLIAM H. ROSA.
Board of Public Works.
O. O. tmm
$16. CO Rcund Trip.
To Atlantic City.
City, Thursday August 2nd 15 day
limit via Cincinnati and the C. &
O. R. R.
$16.C0 Round Trip. j
To Atlantic City, Tjiursday. August
16th... 15 day limit via. Cincinnati
and the B. & O. S. V. R. R. Stop
over privileges at Ff hiladciphia, Bal
timore, Washington Etc.
$5.20 Rcund Trip.
To Bass Lake.
S5.20 Rurd Trip.
To Bruce Lake.
To Winona Lr.ke.
$5.Q0, 15 (Jay ticket
CLIFFORD O. KESSLER
101 s MAIN ST id- UT
General Job Work & Repairing.
Write Fire and Tornadof Insur
ance. We will bond yotf. Loans
from $1C0 to $2.5C(y Phone
Home 1539. Bell &SSJR.
ROOM 1G I. O. O. F. Sjj v I LDI NG.
Plumber and Gas Fitter
Bicycles and Sundries
713 MAIN ST.
Irame Phone 1242
Only 20 Miritites
at the y
No. 47 North 8th St.
VIA THE INDIANA
& EASTERN TR
Sugar Island Park
Grande Points ...
Port Lambton ...
Harbor Eeach ...
Y k 10.95
Selling dates Aug. 1 to Aug. 25 in
clusive. Return Limit, 30 days from
Date of Sale. Ask the agent for
TO BENTON HARBOR, MICH.,
Via C. C. & I. R. R.
The rate is rediculously low, but
we want you to see Lake Michigan's
famous Summer Resort. Special j
train leaves Richmond 10:00 p. m. t
Saturday Aug. 13th. Fishing parties i
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f j iwi wiwv. u. w a is 9 fc ' - vww ...,w
train. $1.50 round trip.
For particulars ask
C. A. BLAIR,
P. & T. A.
i Home Tel. 44.
33 n. Eighth st.
Cape May, Ocean j ,
T W. H: Bradbury & Son f
J. Westcott Block
V V V T
S.U0TT 0. F. JONES
Tine uirniturc Repairing
Misslyri Stles Made
Prompt Attention Given.
Shop 9 S. 6th Phom ,219
A LITTLE FARM
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rlijht. Apply tv)
Ovir N .Tth St
Plummet & Harris
9 Sotfth Sixth St.
Rl AGE and
Dayton & Western J
Dayton anl Return, - - 1.00
Eaton and Return, - - .50
Tickets at 6ve price will be eoltl ,
every Sundjy until further notice.
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ID GAS. GOODS.
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AL. M. HUNT
V' 7 fprth Ninth
Can SlIDr trade you any
thing in real estate. See him.
I GIB i SCOTT
LOAHS & BROKERAGE
f a.i... Gth St.
Richmond Auto Station
Automobiles, Motorcycles and
VfJt MAIN KTKEET.
C. R. Carttr, Proprietor.
If you are tired, weak, sick and
-annot eat you need a tonic.
Try Beef Iron and Wine X
50c Per Bottle
M- J. Quiglefc
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Palladium Want Ads Pay.
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