THE RICHMOND PALULDIU1I AXTJ SUX-TELEGRAM, THTJRSDAY, 3IAT 13, 1C0.X
'PALLADIUM"' AND SUN
WArVTED Cigar J Balearuan. J 1 Expefi-
ence unnecessary $100 monthly
and-expenses. Central Cigar Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio. 13-H
WTCNTEDTBIifille aged woman ' for
nursing. 'Jit 8. 12th St. 13-2t
WANTED Job on farm. MarriedTIno
children. Address S. C, care Pal.
.WANTED Washing and house-cleaning.
1330 Main street.. ll:it
WANTED If you want money in
place of your city property or farm,
go right to Porterfleld's Real Ea
tate office, Kelley Block. 8 th and
WANTED You to call and see our
Excelsior Motorcycle, Elmer
Smith, 426 Main St. Phone 1806.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks required. Best paying
work within reach of poor man. Can
have shop with small capital or po
sition. Wages $13 to $20 weekly.
Busy season soon. Start now. Cat
alogue free. , Moler Barber college.
Cincinnati, Ohio. 15-i.f
WANTED To store your stove for
the summer. 1030 Main. Phone
WANTED Manager for branch office
we wish to locate here in Richmond.
Address, The Morris Wholesale
House, Cincinnati. Ohio. 2-lmo
WANTED To rent a five room cot
tage; no flat, good location. Ad
dress K. care Palladium. 29-tf
MVANTED Girl at 104 Ft- Wayne
.Are." Phone 2140. 3-tf
WANTED Laundry work and house
cleaning In care of Palladium.
5 ' :fV: 12-2t
NEW YORK STOCK
N CSy Cerrell and ThempeoiW
'Uew York, May 13. r
Great Northern .. .. .. ..
Amalgamated Copper . ...
Amerioan omemng .. ..
Northern Pacific ...
U. S. 8teel .. .. .. .. .. .. .4..
v. b. Bteei pia.. ; .
8t Paul .. .. ..
B. 4k O.
New York Central
Reading .. .. .. .. .. .
Canadian Pacific . . .
CHIOAOO-OPtAIN AND PROVISIONi.
Chicago. May 13.
f(Sf Oorrll and Thompson. Brokers,
, Eaton. OA
'' jl, , ., -Wheat.,. .
Open High Low Close
i May Mi 126' 127 125 127
July .f. 112 113 111 112
Sept. ..106 10- 104 105
' ' . Corn
, v. Open . High , Low , Close
May ... 72 73 72 73
.July 68 69 68 69
Sept. 67 67 67 67
Open High Low Closb
May ... 68 . 68
July 51 62 51 53
Sept ... 44 44 44 44
No. .... At. Dk. Price
112 264 160 $7.40
71 284 SO , 7.30
82 225 4S0 7.25
53 244 360 7.25
23 201 7.20
8tl ..195 7.15
46 210 80 7.15
76 182 120 7.10-
82 208 440 7.10
85 166 160 7.05
80 178 240 7.05
106. 147 .. 7.00
76 162 160 7.00
79, 201 4S0 7.00
104' .154 160 6.95
61- 174 280 6.95
31; 151 6.90
46 151 120 6.S5
SO 121 . . 6.75
28 113 .. 6.50
14 359 .. 6.u0
SS 98 6.4.5
' 89. ................. 98. .. 6.00
' INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK.
Best beavies ............ .$7.10$7.4O
Good to choice ........... 7.00 7.15
Best pigs . . . . . . . . 6.00 6.23
Finished steers ...... i . . . 6.35 6.S5
Good to choice steers . . . . 6.00 6.60
Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50 6.75
- STOCK CATTLE. .
' Good to heaTy fleshy feed
ers 5.15 5.35
Fair to good feeders ... . . 4.75 5.00
Good to choice stockers .. 3.00Q 4.50
Coamon to fair heifsn.... 20Q 3.23
Choice to fancy heifers... 5.25 6.25
Good to choice heifers ... 4.500 S.15
Cast yearlings . . . . . . . . 6.00 .6.50
to choioe sheep .... 6,000 SO
...The. Market"- Place of the People... SEIE1 IMS
Situations Wanted and Greatest little satisfiers of A!! advertisements must bs F05 THE
v ...... , - " ' " -'-.-
Found Ads 2 times big wanU are the in this office before PffjlQO E 0 F W
FREE . ads below 12 noon
WANTED Willing, honest, - industrl
c oua German speaking boy for gener
al helped out of doors. Apply. W.
,D. JFoulke, 18th and South A. 8-t"
WANT EDPlace to work by young
girl to take care of children; W. let
St.. National Ave. Residence, Rose
Hill. City. 12-2t
WANTED Lady, one who is willing
to demonstrate; call at 32 North
10th St . 12-2t
WANTED Reliable girl for general
housework; 120 N. 11th. 12-2t
WANTED Railway Mail Clerks.
Carters. Examinations in 'Rich
mond, soon. ';. Preparation Free.
Franklin .' Institute, jept. 57 B." Ro
chester, N. Y. may 1 2-37 1
WANTED To buy 3 or 4 ft show
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and firs Insur
ance. Porterfield. Kelly. Block. 8th
and Main. -t.f
FOR SALE One Waverly t electric
phaeton, as good as new, a rare op
portunity to get a first class electric
car, right. Richmond Automobile
Co. Phone 1925. 13-St
FORALE Horse, bay, saddle an I
driving mare, city broke. Dr. J. O.
Allen. Centervllle," Ind. 13-2i
FOR SXLE Go-cart; phone 1823. 7
v . "V ll-3t
FOR SALE Automobile, 3 passenger
Ford, full equipment, newly paint
ed and overhauled. Will sell cheap.
Address "Automobile," care Pal
FDR SALE Refrigerators and kitch
en cabinets, cheap, 519 Main. 12-tf
FOR SALE Oak dining room table
and sideboard. Phone 3681. 12-2t
Open High Low.
..139U 139 ' 139U
"..145T4 146 145
.. 83 83 82
.. 93 93 92
446 146 145
57 ' 57 57
..119 119 118
..135 135 134
,.152, 152 151 ,
..115 -115 115
131 132 131
..156 159 156
..181 181 181
a.. 189 189 189
..109 109 109
..121 122 121
v 57 '
Spring lambs ............ 7.0O 9.50
Good to fancy ............ 4.00 7.00
Fair to heavy calves ....$3.00 6.25
Richmond Grain Market
(Richmond Roller Mills)
Wheat, per bu. ....$1.40
Corn, per bu .............75c
Rye, per bu., ,80c
Bran, per ton ..$27.00
Middlings, per ton ............$30.00
Clover seed, per bu., .......$4.50
Richmond Seed Market.
(Runge ft Co.)
Timothy, per bu., ........ $2. 70$2.83
Clover Seed 4.50 4.G3
- ' CATTLB.
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hogj. average 200 to -
250 pounds ............ $6.50$7.00
Good to heavy packers . . . . 6.00 6.50
Common and rough .. .... S.ooj 5.50
Steers, corn fed .......... 5.00
Heifers 3.50 4.LO
Fat cows .... .... .... 3.50 4.115
Calves . . 0.50 7.00
Lambs ................... 5.50
PRICES FOR POULTRT.
(Paid by Bee Hire Grocery.
Young chickens, dressed, per lb.
Old chickens, per lb.
Turkeys, per lb. ..... . . . .... .18
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb. .......
Country butter, per lb. ........
. . .30c
. . 25e
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar G. Whelan.)
Timothy hay, (loose) ...... ...$1400
Clover hay. loose .......... . .$12.50
Mixed hay. ...$13.00
Oats, per bu., ...SO to 52c
New Corn 75c
" East Buffalo, May 13.
Cattle Reciepts. 23. tops, $6.75.
Veal Receipts, 100; tops. $8.
Sheep Receipts. 4.400; tops, $6.65.
Hogs-Receipts, 1,700; tops, ?T.65.
Indianapolis, May 13.
Cash wheat . . , . .... ....... .$1.45
Corn .. , 7tt
In The Good Old Summer
1 Everybody Envoys
A Boyers . ;
Phone 1390 Fifth and Main
FOR SALE If you want to buy , a
farm or a home in the city. See our
; new list. We have tLsm ell baL
Beck with & Chessman, 716 Main St.
- . . ' ' 25 it
FOR SALE Brand new Oliver Type
writer at a bargain. Phone 1674.-
FOR SALE Nice young driving mare.
Phone 3184 or call at Graves' green
FOR SALE Improved farms "and
farming lands In Osceola Co. J. L.
Shigley. Le'Roy, Mich.
FOR SALE Mill wood. C. W. Kram-.r
& Co. 29-:f
Typewriters for sale, rem. repaired.
Burr ft More, Phone 2111. 19-tf
FOR BA.L.K New and eecond-haud bi
cycles at bargain prices. Elnier
Sailth, 426 Main St. Phono 1806.
Toledo, May 13. " r
Wheat.. .. .. .. ..$1.44
Corn .. .. .. ... ... .."
Oats.... .. ..........
Clover Seed, per bu .$5.30
Cincinnati, May 13.
Hogs Receipts, 2.000: steady.-i i
Cattle Receipts, 600: tops. $6.75.
Sheep Receipts, 6,300; steady. s
Spring lambs dollar cheaper; others
steady.-.;, - . ..
Spring Lambs clipped, $7.00.
Pittsburg, May 13. ,
Cattle Receipts, light; tops, $0.90.
Veals, tops. $7.50.
Hogs Receipts, lO loads; tops, $7.55.
Sheep Receipts, light; tops,. $6.15.
New Local Concern Is Incor
porated Today. :
Indianapolis, Ind., May 13. The
Grocers' Baking company - of l Rich
mond, filed articles of incorporation
today with a capital stock bT$25,000.
Millers and bakers are the directors.
They are George E. Kessler, Frank K.
Williams, Henry C. Chessman, Robert
C. Knopf and William A. Gunn.
The One John's Wife Was Sur 8h
Heard Every Night.
There bad been a number of bur
glaries in a certain suburban neighbor
hood, and the conversation at a. small
whist party turned naturally enough
on burglars. Everybody had expressed
an opinion except a quiet, elderly gen
tleman. "W v-
Doesn't it make you nervous, some
body asked him. "to think every night
when you go to bed that you may be
burglarised before morning?"
"Oh, we don't mind them.", said the
elderly gentleman cheerfully, with a
glance across the room at his wife.
"We're too well need to them, aren't
"John." said his wife warnlngly,
-don't be silly.- :
"Silly r echoed be and rurtoed to the
others. "Now. that's her ' modesty.
Those burglars have been trying to go
through our bouse every night for two
weeks; always get in ' through the
dining room window too. But Mary
hears them. Yes. sir. no sooner do
they get through .the window than
Mary bears 'em and wakes me up.
Fortunately for us, Mary is a very
"But It must be awful to wake up
like that!" exclaimed one of the lis
teners. ''. :-V: "' . .
"Ratter disturbing the first night.
continued the speaker, "but not so
bad after one gets used to it. AH I
have to do. yon know, ie to get up and
lock the bedroom door. anVt)eo the
burglars go right back outcefvthe din
ing room window. Yes7 inetsedical
tnej are, too." added the ekkety gen
tleman thoughtfully, "for they always
toek the window after them." Tooth's
The following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ads. received at this of
fice. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mail in answer
to their 8ds. Mail at this office up to
12 noon today as follows:
1 Mrs. N. E. ... 1
4 K 2
1 Reliable ..... 1
Mail will be kent for 30 days only.
.411 mall ,not called for within that
time will be cast out
FOR SALE Stone door sill aad glass
window sashes; 115 X. ICth St.
FOR SALE Dirt at new-high school
building, cor. Oth and B streets, Eng
lish Bros. 8-tf
LOST Three ten-dollar and one one
dollar bills on Main street or in a
picture show, Tuesday evening; lib
eral reward if finder will return to
410 S. 10th St. ; 13 3t
LOST Drab purse with $2.50 go'd
piece, on S. 9th, near Piening's
grocery; gold piece valued as birth
day present; reward if returned to
22 S. 9th St. 13-2t
LOST White and brown fox terrier,
named Jack. Return to W. A. Red
dish, North 12th St. hill; reward. .
LOST Belt pin with green jaile
stone, yesterday; return to Egga
meyer's. 4th and Main. 13-lt
LOST Account book, . Indianapolis
Brewing company, reward. Phone
WOMEN 111 FIGHT
AT FUNERAL TODAY
Curiosity Seekers Have Rough
And Tumble to Attend
POLICE RESERVES CALLED
LATE COMERS START RIOT BY
TRYING TO PUSH IN OPERA
HOUSE AHEAD OF THOSE WHO
WAITED FOR HOURS.
New York, May 13. Thousands of
women struggled and fought in a riot
outside the Metropolitan opera house
today, to get into the funeral services
that were being held for the late Hen
rich ' Conrad, grand opera leader.
Some of the women pulled the hair of
others in the struggle and fifty police
reserves were kept busy separating
them. Encounters ' were caused by
the late comers trying to force their
way in ahead of those who had waited
hours for the doors to open.
. Well Informed.
The new minister in a Georgia
church was delivering his first ser
mon. The darky Janitor was a critical
listener from a back corner of the
church. The minister's sermon was
eloquent, and his -prayers seemed to
cover the whole category of human
After the services one of the deacons
asked the old darky what he thought
of the new minister. "Don't you think
be offers up a good prayer, Joe?"
"Ah mos suhtalniy does, boss. Why,
dat man axed de good Lord fo things
dat de odder preacher didn't even
know he had!" Everybody's.
An Unflattering Photograph. - .
At the famous Mark Twain dinner a
few years ago nearly every literary
celebrity of the country was present.
After the dinner the guests were as
sembled and photographed In groups.
Mrs. Wilson Wood row, the novelist,
who bad gone to the dinner under the
escort of W. J. Lampton, was In one of
these groups. If other photographers
had been unjust to her this one outdid
them. And wbea the photograph was
printed, as they all were, Mrs. Wood
row was the recipient of dozens of let
ters, typical of trhlch came the follow
ing from Life:
Dear SCsdam After seeing- your picture
In this week's Harper's Weekly we are
compelled to inform you that ao more
contributions frem your pea are even In
disorder here.. We regret to take this
course, but under the circumstances ae
other course is open to us. In heartfelt
sympathy we beg- to remain
THE EDITORS. :
This was bed enough, but even Mr.
Lampton had his fling fa bis own ehar
astertstic way. He was moved to
poesy: -.'; .-e:
Oh. 3aney Wilson Woodrow.
Hear n as X declare.
If you look like that picture.
I didn't take you there!
A' great number of our wants are
imply special wants of the Irssgina
tion. We want them simply- because
we think that we want them. To them
belongs all which pertains to fashion
so far as It is dfcrtlngulahed neither by
beauty nor by convenience nor by any
thing from things of the ansae kind,
except merely that It hi fhehtetv--Jo-
FOR RENT-Furnished room, 42 3.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, privi
leges of kitchen. Also six room
house in south side. 103 N 27 St.
FOR RENT House. 310 North 12th
street. Enquire of Alton Hale First
National Bank. ll-7t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
nicely located, all modern improve
ments, suitable for two young gen
tlemen. Call B.. Palladium. 11 -at
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat,
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
FOR RENT A ctrtcuy modern
steam Loated Cat. A. W. Reed. 7th
and Main. 741
FOK RENT Y. As. C. A,, I'vralsned
Rooms lpcludlc shower baths, boat
and light. $L25 and cp per weai.
FOR R3NT r urniehed room with
bath: 30 N. 12th.
FOR RENT Garden lots and home;
600 N. 19th. 12-7t
Manicuring parlors, latest equipment.
Hair Goods. Mrs. Blickenstaff,
Colonial Bids. may6-lmo
Highest price, cash paid. 257 Ft.
Wayne Ave., near Union depot. Rich
mond. Clendenin A Co. 28-tf
tect. Phone 1593. 906 Main.
Washington Today Hears Re
port That America Will
AFFAIRS ARE MISMANAGED
IT IS 8TATEO THAT THE GENER
AL STAFF OF THE ARMY HAS
PREPARED PLANS FOR LAND
ING AN ARMED FORCE.
Washington. May 13. That a third
armed invasion of Cuba by the United
States is not improbable in the near
future, is believed by many well in
formed army and navy men her?.
Naturally, they decline to speak for
publication on this subject. " Each day
the island's government is becoming
more and more involved and plunging
deeper in financial difficulties. , It te
said the Taft administration recogniz
es that intervention Is slowly becom
ing Imperative, and that the general
staff of the army has been preparing
plans for the landing of armed forces
at Havana and Cienfuegos.
FLINT AND TINDER.
Making Fire In the Days Before We
A friend of mine of Just my age used
to laugh about his own boyhood and
tell the story of his mother shaking
aim in bed and bidding him put on his
boots when he dressed and bis over
coat and wade through the snow to
the next neighbor's to get a pan of hot
coals with which to make the fire. I
suppose Joe's mother had lost her
flint We kept our flint and what was
called "the steel" In a round tin box
such as would bold a quart of straw
berries bow. and It was on the man
telpiece In the kitchen. It was half
full of tinder. Half tbe boys and girls
of today do not know what tinder la
or was. '
Now, whoever was In the kitchen in
the morning and found that the last
hot coal of the wood fire had gone out
took down the tinder box and struck
the steel with the flint smartly and of
ten . until a redhet spark fell on the
tinder; then very carefully she blew
with her breath on any flakes of the
tinder which had lighted until she had
quite a little, core of. lighted tinder.
Then she took what we called a brim
stone match and put that very care
fully in the little hot hole. If all
things worked welL the brimstone
lighted and 'the wood of the match
lighted, and she . lighted the candle,
which made a part of the tinder box.
Ob, dear! There were thousands of
tinder boxes in little Boston the day 1
was born, and a few years ago 1 tried
to buy one as a curiosity, and I could
aot find one in any of the Junksbope.
In those days old women would stop
at the door and ask yon to buy some
bundlem mt natchea. They bad made
these themselves of pine wood font
Inches long; which they had dipped In
hot brimstone at both ends. 'And these
were the only matches that anybody
ever hoard oi-Woman's Home Coxn-
FrieBl What are you doing now tat
a living? if --
sriOs-r am conrributlnc to the news
papers. , - ; , ;. ..... - .
rrlendV-Bnt yov know nothing- ef
k "i "
Awnings and Upholstering
3. H. RussoL 16 d. 7tk St. Phase 1793.
UPHOLSTERING and mirror reailver
tng. lioltaonae. It S. 6th. Phone
Modern residence. West Side, ready
for occupancy, this week. Say the
word if you want it. for it will sell
HERMAN F PILGRIM
432 MAIN ST. RES. PHONE 1685.
floore and Ogborn
Fire Insurance. Bouds and Loans.
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Building. 19-tf
GERMANNotary PutUc and Steam
bot agent. Hans N. Koll, 716 Mam
HOT OR CYCLES.
408 Main. Stt
Dirty ckuhes made clean; U yo doot
believe it, try us. Riohasoad Steam
Laundry. Phone 1281. tbX2-tf
sure cure for Corns.
Rolling. SO 8. eth.
Frof. H. H.
Touring cars and runabouts for hire
by hour or trip, especially low rates.
Moline Sales Co.. Phone 2384. 1-tf
Revenue Cutter Tahoma To
day Puts into the Port
TURK SOLDIERS MUTINOUS
OFFICERS REPORT THAT THEY
REFUSE TO OBEY ORDERS AND
ARE THREATENING TO START A
Alexandretta, Turkey, May IS. The
United States revenue cutter, Tahoma
arrived here today. She Is t'ae first
American ship in Turkish waters
since the uprising.
Cologne, May 13. Dispatch from
Salonica says tbe Young Turks offi
cersat Ezeroum have sent a telegram
to the local officers of the committee
of Union and Progross declaring the
soldiers are refusing obedience and
demanding a restoration of the Sher
iat and also threatening a general
massacre. The commander of the
army corps is requested to send
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The Boy and the Publisher.
A New York publisher, having busi
ness at tbe capltol connected with
pending legislation with reference to
International copyrights, was hurry
ing through a corridor of tbe building
when he encountered a "hop ' my
thumb" scum j lag along with an arm
ful of nepers larger than himself.
"Hello, son!" cried 'the publisher.
"And whst may be your position la
this establlshmentr '-
"I'm a pace, air," answered the lad.
"A page! Why, my boy, you're
scarcely large enough for a para
Net to Be Fortett
Mr. Hammond's face was so ugly as
to be almost grotesque, although no
body ever thought about his . looks
after bearing him talk. "If I hadn't
known I was . one of tbe homeliest
people In tbe world I might have been
surprised at a remark made by old
Pomp, tbe body servant of one of my
southern friends. he once said.
"I. hadn't seen Pomp for fifteen
years, and as 1 had grown from a
boy to a man In that time I did tiot
expect him to remember me. ' But he
safd. 'Howdy. Marse Hammond,, aahf
the moment he caught eight ef me. "
' " 'So yon remember me, Pomp? 1
- "Couldn't nebber forglt yo : face,
Marse Hammond, aah. grinned Pomp.
Hire so kinder complicated ,
An Equine Here." .
Luke Poland, the awet puactfUoos of
Yermoat Yankees, and Ooleoel Tom
Turner of Kenrucky. horseman, breed
er of fast ones and a flne Judge of
mhat. grew to be great Crlends ' when
tbey were la consrvs togotbei. Po
land teak Tmnei up te Yermont as bis
arerad. They cams to tU fltstoe of
Etnan Allen, ta front st The suthw
That. Tom,- smhY Poland, "Is the
tatne ef Ethan ABen. I
sJwnyss thsst-TChss) ' AZss wm
anTaTaVCSgf(y Ciui3y Xmt$ '
John F. Sheffer to Sarah Peelle. lot
Id. Joa. Roberto' addition city.
Elizabeth Untner to Olive J. McFail.
part 13, 19 aad 24. 17-17, Clay twp ;
Olive J. McFail to Elizabeth Untner
part 34 and ST. 17-14, Clay twp.. $12,-
Samuel McCain to Margaret Minner,
lot 1SS Benton Telghts addition city.
John W. Cooper, to Chas. J. Wright.
part N. W. 33-13-1. Franklin twp..
Geo. B. Harris to Martin Davis, et al
trustee, part N. E. MM4. Webster
Lavina G. Newton to Elisabeth Hen-
drix. et aU. lots 3-4-11, block- 20 Cam
bridge City. E. R. N. R.. g:s
Clinton B. Routh to Catherine B.
Goodrich, lot Sti, W. F. Manley's addi
tion city, fl. ., "
Dickinson Trust Co.. to Grace Bar
rett, lot 170 Earlham Heights addition "
Emelia C Hiatt to Win. M. Thomp
son, part lot 3, Jeremiah Cox addition
city, $1 .300.
Herman F. Pilgrim to John B. Smel-
ser. part lot 237 Haynes addition city,
Bessie D. Cohorst to Emma L. Co-
hurst, part lot 109 Grand Boulevard,
sub city. fl.
Mary Johnson to Joseph T. Weth-
erill. part S. W. 26-14-1, Wayne twp.. :
John Dean to Ada L. Caldwell, part
N. E. 22-l-13. Center twp.. $2,700.
Lydia Starr Tabor to Michael J.
O'Brien, part block B, Elisabeth Starr
addition City. $25. .
Alvin LeRoy Lawrence to Chrlsto-
pher C. Lawrence, lot 17 Home addi- '
tion city. $330.
South Side Imp. Assn., to I. E.
Smith, lot 373 Beallview addition city, t
Martha H. Freeman to Albert 55.
Williams, lot 2. part 3, Mordecal Par-
ry's addition city, also part lot C H.
voiiin s auuuion,
Lizzie E. Williams to Perry J. Free-
man. part 8. E. and 8. W. 24 aad 19.
13-13. Washington twp.. $9,000.
Anna P. Burgess to Sarah E. Smith,
lot 6 and 7. block 0, Hagerstown.-
Legs: Brookfleld to Sarah Weber,
part K. E. 9-16-12. Jackson twp. $4.40a
John M. Wort to Ralph B. Worl. lot
5. block S. Hagerstown. $1.
Daniel W. Ounsaulye Stella, Oter,
lots 3. 4. 5. 8 Dublin. gl.fOO-
Oran W. Sebring to Stella Ofer. lot
10. 11. Dublin $130.
Howard G. Smith to Milton Atkin
son, lot 46. Haynes addition city. $800.
Win. H. Doney to Franklin A. Scott,
lot 2. block 21. Milton, $823.
Josephine Clouds, to Wm. H. Doner,
lot 1. block 19. Milton. $030.
Henry B. Haeger to Samuel Jaffe.
lot 700 Beallview addition city. $30.
Catherine Pardleck . to . Robert H.
Prue. part ; 1-13-2. t Ablngto twp..
$3.T0Ol . - - ' - - '
Sarah A. Percifleld to Jno A. Beck
man, lots 20. 21 A. W. Bliss addition
city. $330. " -
Notice Is hereby given that the Ad
visory Board of Harrison Township. '
Wayne County. State of Indiana, will
receive sealed bids at the school
house in Jacksonburg. In aald town
ship, at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 22nd
day of May. 1909. for the erection of
a new school house at Jacksooburs
In said township, according to plans
and specifications now In my office;
said school house to be completed by
August 25th. 1909.
. The right Is hereby reserved to re
ject any and all bids. Also, notice Is
hereby given that sealed blda will be ,
received at the same place and on the
same day until 2 o'clock p. m. for a
heating plant for sail school house.
The right to reject any or an blda
la hereby reserved. ' A certified cheek ,
for ($100.00) must accompany each
bid. . :V '- s. '
GILBERT WRIGHT. " ,
Trustee of Harrison Township, Wayne
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