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lw::o?tcy caul f Branch Offices Branch offices are located in every part of the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. ; ; For Youar Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your WANT, ADS with the one nearest you. The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. ;. , . 8outh of Main. BRUENING & EICKHORX, 13th and S. E street. A. W. BUCKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H. - North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. E St. CHILES ft SON. 18th and N. C St WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St. JOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. H St. , RATES I cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after Its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Situation as housekeeper by an experienced woman, widower's home preferred; answer at once. Housekeeper, care Palladium. 30-2t WANTED Local representative to handle high class resort property in northern Michigan. Make $50.00 to $75.00 per week. Mackinaw Beach Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 30-3t WANTED Highest price paid for old feather beds. Address Simon Co hen, Richmond, General Del. Will call. 29-8t WANTED Amateur pictures of Haw kins Pond ' for exhibition purposes. Prices for best pictures. Send cop ies at once. Chas. Luchl, R, R. No. 5. , 29-3t WANTED Work In hotel or private family by young girl; 215 N. 2nd ' 29-2t WANTED I must have aome cash" therefore will . sell my block of "Union V Development - Company's Stock." Address C. Wilson Llndsey, Look Box 24. N. Military - Home, Ohio, 29-Tt WANTED A barber for Saturdays at 10 N. 5th St. 27-4t WANTED Men to learn the barber trade. Thoroughly practical course by free clinic and careful instruc tions. Life scholarship; tooU giv en, board provided. Some money Market NEW YORK STOCK (By Cerrell and Thompson New York, July 30. Open High Low Close 'X N. .. .. .. ................ ... ..146 146 145 146 Great Northern . . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..151 153 151 153 Amalgamated Copper .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 82 84 83 84 American Smelting .. .. .. ., . .. .. 95 98 95 97 Northern Pacific .. ..153 154 153 154 U.S. Steel .. .. .v. ..72 73 72 73 U. 8. Steel pfd.. .. .. .. ..127 128 127 128 Pennsylvania .............. .4.- .. ..138 139 138 139 St Paul ........ .. .. .. ...... ..158 158 158 158 B. 0. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..119 119 119 119 New York Central .. .. ..140 141 140 141 Reading.. ..158 159 157 159 Canadian Paclflo .. .. .. . .. ..186 186 186 186 Union Pacific 4.. .. ..200 200 200 200 Atclrlson .. .. ....... :.. ..116 118 116 118 Southern Pacific. .". .... ..135 135 134 135 Chicago. CNICAQO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. Or OorreU end . Thompson, . Brokers. Eaton 04 1 Chicago, July 30 . Wheat ' - Open High Low dose JTttly .. 108 108 107 107 spt .. 105 105 103 103 Dec . 103 103 102 102 I":- -V iCern t'-K ' ,$w.':i- '' . Open High Low Close July ... 71 71 70 70 ; Sept ... 66 67 66 66 Dec. ... 55 55- 55 55 Oate. ' Open High Low . Clone July ... 43 44 42 42 Sept .. 39 39 38 38 Dec ... 39 39 38 38 Indianapolis Market. enasnnane REPRESENTATIVE SALES. - At, Dk. Price HOGS. 99 .. $7.00 7 126 40 7.10 $$ ISO 200 7.35 $ 138 40 7.50 T4 160 40 7.50 T 149 120 7.60 81 166 80 7.60 $$ 163 ; 80 7.65 W ISO 120 7.65 177 80 7.70 SI....... 184 120 7.70 50 208 200 7.70 71 201 .. 7.75 127 216 200 7.75 W 259 v. 7.75 368 214 200 7.77 213 .. 7.80 73 248 160 7.85 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Beet heavies. . . ; . . . . . .$7.70$7.S3 Good to choice lights . . . . 7.50 7.70 Best pigs . . 7.00 7J25 . "BEST STEERS. Good to choice steers . ... .2S 6.90 Choice to faney .yearlings 5.25 5.65 STOCK CATTLK. & to nvy fastis eteers USO 4.7S ooo Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West lt. GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St. earned before completing. Send for catalogue. Moler Barber Col lege, Cincinnati, O. 23-tf WE do all kinds of Fountain Pen re pairing while you wait. Before go ing on your vacation see your pen ' is in good order. Jenkins Mfgs. Julyl3-lmo Have your suit pressed once a week at the rate of $1.00 per month. Rich mond Dry Cleaning. Phone 1072. 14-lm WANTED Stock to pasture; call phone 1235. 24-tf W ANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfield's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and Ifala. 14-tf WANTED Four first class advertis ing solicitors to contract advertis ing space in a new proposition for a local man. Call between the hours of 5 and 7 p. m. Ask for Baldwin, 303 N. 9th 8t. 28-tf WANTED I want to buy bicycles. Lacey, the Pawn Broker, Cor. 8th and Main. 2S-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfleld, Kelly Block, 8th l and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Cheap, kitchen and din- Repoirts QUOTATIONS. Brokers, Eaton. Ohio) Fair to good feeders 4.252 4.50 Inferior to choice stackers 3.009 4.50 Common to fair heifers . . 2.50 3.25 . r BUTCHER CATTLE. Good to choice heifers . . 5.00 6.00 Choice to fancy cows .... 3.75 4.75 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice veal 5.00 7.75 Fair to heavy calves .... 3.00 7.25 ; SHEEP AND LAMBS. , Best yearlings .......... 5.00 5.25 Good to choice sheep.. .. 4.00 4.25 Good to choloa lamb:.. i &B0 6.25 Richmond Grain Market (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat per bu .SI .05 Corn, per bu. r75c Rye, per bu. .. .. .. .. .... ..80e Bran, per ton .., 127.00 Middlings, per ton $30.00 Clover seed, per bu.. .. $5.50 Richmond. CATTLB. (Paid -by Richmond Abattoir.) Beit liogj. average 200 to 250 pounds. . S7.00S7.5C Good to heavy packers .. 7.00 7.50 Common and rough 6.75 7.00 Steers corn fed.. 4.75 5.25 Heifers ................ aso 4.50 Fat cows . . . . ...... . . 3-50 4.00 Bulls 3.25 3.75 Calves 6.00 7.00 Lambs ' 8.00 PRICES FOR POULTRY, (Paid by Bee Hire Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb. ..18c Old chickens, per lb. ........... -.18c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Pmld by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, ped lb. . ;29c Country butter, per lb ........ 18Q20c Eggs ........ .... ............. .20 Richmond Hay market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay. Goose) .$14.00 Clover nay. loose $12.Se Mixed hay $13.00 PALLADIUM Wa.et Ado tag room chairs and rockers; 1030 Main. 29-7t FOR SALE Stone hitching post; 304 S. 11th. 28-3t FOR SALE Silo first class condition. Call or phone Frank Raper. R. No. 1. 28-4t FOR SALE One-half dozen music rolls at cost; Paul Wilson, Adams Drug Store. 30-lt FOR SALE Large size new leather suit case; 206 N. 18th. . 30-2t FOR SALE All kinds wagons and equipments of tools; property sold in two days. 1019 N. 11th St. It FOR i5 ALE Roof and bridge paint. Guaranteed five years. Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin & Co., 257 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 342G. Apr. 2 fri&mon TEXAS Offers exceptional .opportunities in its development It ia a land ripe with future promise; a land where wealth untold can be taken from the fertile soil. It is a land that is being settled very rapidly and wherein thousands, of homes have been made within the last two years. NEAP But it is inscreasing in value every day. NOW is the time to buy. Take a trip with us and see this for your self. Next excursion Aug 3. Special car from St. Louis to Houston. Think over this and get ready for one of bur trips. Come in and get in touch with this state and talk about it. BALL AND PELTZ REAL ESTATE AND LANDS. ' . ' 2fr30 FOR SALE Excellent steamboat ac commodatlons from Baltimore to Bremen, Germany. Hans N. Koll, 716 Main St. 29-tf FOR sale Perambulator, good con dition. Inquire 135 S. 11th. 28-3t FOR SALE First class confectionery Oats, per bu SO to 52c Corn 75e Homob: ", Order Gold Medal Flour next time. ..... Fiuem. Richmond Seed Market. (Runge Co.) Timothy, per bu .$1.90 Clover seed 5.00 5.50 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, July 30. .. Wheat $1.05 Corn ..74c Oats No bid Rye 80c EAST BUFFALO. East. Buffalo, July 30. Cattle Receitps 25; tops $6.65. Veala Receipts 75; tops $8. . Hogs Receipts 8,000; tops $8.15. Sheep and lambs Receipts 600; sheep $5.15; lambs, $7.25. CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, July 30.- Wheat .$1.11 ..63c ...85C Corn.. .. .. Oats Rye. ... . . . . . . . . CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, July 30. Hoge Receipts 2,200; strong. Cattle Receipts SOO; calves $7.75.; bull Sheep 'and lambs Receipts 600 $7.50. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK, Pittsburg, July 30. Cattle Receipts light; tops $6.75. 1 Veals Receipts light; tops &25. Hogs Receipts 8 loads; tops $8.15. Sheep, light; $5.10; lambs $7.25. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, July 30. Wheat ..$1.10 Corn 6 73c Oats .. . . .. 44c Rye.. ....S5c Sorry n orcamed. The young man kissed her, and she creamed. . What's the trouble. Kitty?- de manded a stern voice from upstairs., "I I just saw a mouse," she fibbed. Presently the young man claimed another -kiss, and the scream was re peated. Again came the stern vo?e: "What Is It this timer" "I just saw another mouse." Then the old man came down with the house cat, a mouse trap and a can and sat In a corner to watch develop ments. New York Sun. Better un Gold Medal Flour. Toissa. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. o o o Coltainniinis WANT AD LET-TEW 11 The following are replies to Palla dium .Want Ada. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall la answer to their ads. Mall at. this office up to 13 noon today as follows: A. J. ........ 1 Mortgage .... 1 B. L. 4 Mail will be kept fcr 30 days only. All mall not called for within that time will be cast out. and soda fountain, modern in every detail, doing a profitable business; best location; no competition, well established, part cash, balance pay ments to responsible parties. Ad dress Box No. 142, care Palladium. 27-7t FOR SALE By all dealers the "Hin doo Stogie"; $1.35 per 100. Ed Feltman, Distributor; 609 Main. 27-tf FOR SALE On account of 111 health I will sell my millinery stock at a bargain. Mrs. L. M. Cartwright. Milton. Ind. 22-10t FOR SALE Velvet Brussels Rugs for $1.10. Druggets, 9x12, $4.00 up. An tique Furniture Co., 519 Main. . 25-tf FOR SALE Equity, residence, four hundred ten North Fifteenth street. Make offer. Four thousand mort gage. F. A. Reese, care Denlson Hotel, Indianapolis. 24-7t A desirable home of 8 Rooms, Bath, Furnace, Electric Lights, Both Kind of Gas and a good Barn. 204 S. 12 16-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE An ideal ta burban home suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf FOR SALE Real estate, Fire Insur ance. Agent for Fox Typewriter. R. L. More. 23 N. 9th St. Phone 1316. 2-lmo $10,00 Singer Domestic Sewing machines, good as new. Young, 240 Fort Wayne Avenue. 7-tf ' BAIT FOR ALLIGATORS. The Way a Mexican Indian Gathers In the Ugly Beasts. A Pinto Indian of eastern Tabasco adopted a novel method of catching alligators. The Indian's weapons were a harpoon, a stout club and a coll of tarred lariats. For bait he used a sucking pig, a box of something which smelled offensively and several chunks of half roasted meat. Selecting an overhanging bough about six yards from the water's edge, the Indian stripped off its leaves and suspended from the fork the squealing pig. That was the bait for the eyes and ears of the alligator. Opening the box, he used Its offen sive contents to grease a string, one end of which he tied to a bush, and, weighting the other with a piece of wood, threw It Into the river. That was the nose bait Between the thicket and the water's edge was a long sand dam, capped with a row of gnarled logs. Taking the chunks of meat, he placed them at equal Intervals between the beach and the ridge of the dam. "This Is my grub bait." said the Indian. "It will make him mount the harreea" (barricade). Stimulating the pig with a kick that caused it to squeal for the next tea minutes, the Indian waited in ambush, harpoon In band. One end of a long lariat was fastened to it and the other to a tough elastic sapling. The sun had set and it was growing dark when a dark object was seen to rise slowly from the water and sprawl up the dam. The first chunk of roast bait waa gob bled. "He's smacking his chops r chuckled the Indian. "It's the same one eyed old sinner that owes me two pigs, bnt he's going to pay his debts." Gobbling the second chunk, the alli gator crawled on, swallowing the third, and at the sight of the hanging pig stopped and glared. . Suddenly be pushed forward and fell Into a sandy hollow behind the dam. Instantly he turned and headed for the dam. Up sprang the Pinto and hurled the harpoon through his scaly hide. "I got yon this timer he shouts-Jerked beck by the tension of the lariat the alligator made the leaves fly with bis switching tall and would hare snapped the rope If the elasticity of the sapling had not broken the force of his spring as he plunged forward again and again. Seizing the club and jumping around the floundering prisoner, the Indian dealt him a whack across the head that laid blm sprawling on his back. Three more blows, and the alligator had paid his debt. New Tork World. A WARNING DREAM. The Vision Lincoln Saw Several Times In Hie Sleep. Kapdeon believed devoutly in dreams as warnings or even as fore casts of what was to come, and even he who most prides himself npon bis freedom from superstition knows f or naa experienced at least that ST FOR SALE a aaapre 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected fcr after its insertion. FOR BALE Mill wood. C. W. Kramer Co. 29-tf $a0Q. All makes Sewing Machine repaired, any distance. Young. 240 Ft. Wayne Ave. 7tf FOR SALE 200,000 cigarettes. 50 brands. 5c to $1.50 pkgs. Feltman's Cigar Store, 609 Main. Wholesale and retail. . 9-lmo FOR RENT. FOR RENT One-half double house. No. 329 N. 8th;. 7 rooms, bath, nice home. See W. J. Hiatt, 7 N. 9th St. 29-3t FOR RENT Furnished bath; 64 South 12th. room with 26-7t FOR RENT Room furnished for kitchen and unfurnished bed room. Good location. Call 203 S. 7th. 18-tf FOR RENT Flat, 26 N. 11th; enquire over .713 Main. Telephone 2179 or 3045. 14-tf FOR RENT Y. M. C. A. furnished rooms, cool, light, clean, shower baths, $1.25 per week and up. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat, with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tf LOST. LOST Gold cross and chain. Return 620 N. 13th. Reward. 30-lt LOST w?thCK,Kad Check with Initials R. A. A. and No. 23, Phone 1052 Reward. 26 tf MISCELLANEOUS. SPECIAL MUSIC Saturday night by the Winsor Hotel Orchestra. Tur tle soup served to patrons. 9evfrt-7t FOR EXCHANGE Good rental prop erties in Muncie bringing $672 per year for a farm in Wayne county. Address owner, H. F. Wood, Farm land, Ind. 24-14t BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16, 1. O. O. F. Bldg. . 13-tf re sun ; ."r;tH: When we contemplate dreams anu their ramifications rcience can help u; but little In their explanation. Wilkle Collins showed this to be so in one o! bis most ingenious novels, "Armadale.' Warning dreams or premonitions ma; be the result of natural laws whicl we do not understand. Lincoln waa not counted supers t! tlous because he had some confidence In the prophetic character of one dream, at least, for it visited his sleep on several occasions, and he spoke of It seriously to members of hie famllv and to hie closest friends. In telling of this vision he said be seemed te be in "a singular, indescribable vessel, but always the sasse. moving with great rapidity toward a dark aad In definite shore." The dream preceded several marked incidents during his occupancy of the presidential chair, notably before the battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg and Gettysburg.. On the morning of the memorable 14th of April be informed members of bis cabinet that he bad dreamed this same thing the night before and be lieved that they were on the threshold of some momentous Issue. So Im pressive were his remarks that his auditors were profoundly moved, bnt no seer among them could read the warning aright and foresee the awful news of his assassination which should be flashed that night to a stunned and horrified pen!! Philadelphia Ledger. MARKER RETURIIS HOME TODAY AIID GETS RECEPTION (Continued From Page One.) saye he told his wife he would be gone one week. BROTHER RESIGNS. Tipton, Ind., July 30.-William H. Marker, cashier of the First National bank and brother of Noah M. Marker, the missing assistant cashier, who is charged with defalcation of over $100, 000, has resigned. William Marker was expected to is sue a statement of his attitude in the bank's affairs during the weeks pre ceding the simultaneous' disappear ance of Noah Marker and $60,000 of the bank's cash last Saturday evening. Many bad notes and checks are turning up. This paper, bearing forg ed signatures of substantial citizens, represents, it Is said, thousands of dol lars abstracted from the bank's funds. It is not expected that he shortage will be less , than $110,000, and It may be much more. It was learned yesterday that before Noah Marker left he city he trans ferred one of his pieces of pi oyer ty to a farmer and discounted the farmer's note for $5,000. It Is said that he also bonueed money ; from many friends and that he was prepartnc tor ate de RATES LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean: if you don't believe it. try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf ART GOODS. Home Baking, Fancy Work and Stamping. Haner's Art Store. 8 8. 11th. . 25-tf FISH MARKET. Muth'a for Ire ah fish and turtles; 15 South Cth street Phone 1535. 26-tf UPHOLSTERING. Awnings and Upholstering J. H. Russel. 16 S. 7th St. Phone 1793. 'marll-tf FOOT DOCTOR. A. cure cure tor Corns. Prof. H. H. Rolling. 20 S. 8th. feblt-tf MEAT MARKET. Fresh Meats; Hams Bacon and Young Fries. Long Bros., Phone 2299. 7-tf FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON. POHLMEYER & DOWN ING. 15 North Tenth. Phone 1335. Automobiles used for long distance calls. Private ambulance. 7-tf PLUMBING AND LIGHTING Repairs; just call Meerhoff, Phone 1236. 23-tf BICYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES. Bicycle and Motor Cycle Repairing; Waking &. Co., 406 Main. Phone 2006. 23-tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned; low rates; favorable terms. Thompson, 710 Main. 29-7t FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON. POHLMEYER & DOWN ING. 15 North Tenth. Phone 1335. Private ambulance. 28-tf BARBER SHOP. BARBER SHOP, hair cut 10c, ahave 5c 189 Ft. Wayne ave. 2!-tf -What is a chauffeur, Hans?" -A chauffeur la a man who ia smart enough to run an auto, but too smart to own one." Kansas City Journal. parture for a week before he left the city. William Marker, who haa severed his connections with the bank as cash ier, also is one of its directors and owns a small share of the capital stock. TAET IS SMILLIIIb' TODAY FOR FIRST TIME III A WEEK (Continued From Page One.) arranged. Mr. Taft was sought at the white house; he was followed to Ft. Myer and at the country club his pres ence wss the center of a group of tar iff factions. It was not until today that the famous Taft smile illuminat ed his countenance in all Its brillian cy the token of victory. Printed copies of the conference re port have been given to the democra tic conferees in compliance With the promise to give the minority twenty four hours notice of the decision of the majority.' - ; - City Statistics Deatha and Funerals. WRIGHT Mrs. Ellen Wright, aged 73 years, residing with her nephew, Percival Geler. 320 South Ninth street, died at hia home last evening, about 10 o'clock. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at East Germ an town where burial win also be held. BROWN Mrs. Charlotte Brown, wife of Frank Brown, died at her home, 506 South Eleventh street yes terday at the age of 51 years. She Is survived by her husband and two sons and four daughters. The funeral win be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the residence. Burial will be In Earlham cemetery. Friends may call at any time. GEE The funeral of Mrs. Jennie Gee. colored, who died at the Home for Friendless will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the South Ninth Street Baptist church. Burial will be at Earlham cemetery. Friends may call at any time at 106 North Third street. KNOPF Mrs. Frederick Knopf died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter Mrs. James J. Boy lee. New Paris. O, at the age of 87 years aad 10 months. The body was removed to the home of Mrs. Frank Johnson, S7 South Fifth street, whom friends may can at ear time. The funeral will he held from the heme of Mrs. Johnson Sunday afternoon at S o'clock. Burial win be in cemetery. ' Births. Mr. and Mrs. George Selm. 327 South Eighth street, soy. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo A. Coryell. Sat Uff atreet, girl; first chUa. Notice is hereby given that the dersigned aa Trustee of the estate of . The Mount Shoe Company. Bankrupt, will on the th day of August. 190. at 10 o'clock a. m.. under and by virtue of the order of the United Statee Die- trtct Court for the District of Indiana. offer tor aale and sell at private sale to the highest and best bidder there for, the personal property of said bank rupt consisting of a stock of boots and shoes and goods and merchandise In cident thereto and personal fixtures, which said property is now situate tit -a certain store room known aa SS Main street In the city of Richmond. Indiana. Sealed blda will be received at the office of the undersigned. No. 32 South Sth street In said city, up to 10 o'clock a. m. of August 9th, 1909. Sale subject to approval and confir mation of the Court. . Terms cash. - - By order of said Court, each bidder will be required to pay and deliver to the undersigned with his bid. cash ta the sum of $100 by a certified check for that amount payable to the under signed, as evidence of the good faith ot the bidder; said sum. In event the suc cessful bidder fall to comply with the terms ot hia bid. to be forfeited to the undersigned as Trustee as aforesaid for such failure, otherwise to be cred ited upon the amount of his bid. DICKINSON TRUST CO.. Trustee Of the Mount Shoe Company. Bankrupt 30-31-3-67 SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of a certified copy ot a de cree to me directed from the clerk of the Wayne circuit court of' Wayne county, Indiana. I will expose at pub-' Uc aale. to the hlgheat bidder, at the court house door in the city of Rich mond. Wayne county. Indiana, on Sat urday the 21st day of August. If0$. be tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day, the follow ing described real estate to-wit: Lot number twenty-five (25) in Hannah A. Leeds Addition to the town of Sevas topol, now city of Richmond, in Wayne county, in the State of Indiana. To be aold aa the property of Charles C. Smith and Bertha C Smith, to aatlafy said decree in my handa of in favor of the Richmond Loan and Saving Asso ciation. Said sale to be without relief from valuation or appraisement laws. Linus P. Meredith, Sheriff of Wayne County. B. F. Harris. Attorney for Plaintiff. july30-aag-13 NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. 8tate of Indiana. Wayne County, as. Estate of Jesse G. Marshall, deceas ed. ,.: - - ' Notice ia hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the Wayne Circuit Court, administratrix of the estate of Jesae G. Marshall, deceased, late of Wayne County. In diana. Said estate is supposed te be solvent. : - . - LORINOA MARSHALL ' , t Administratrix. A. M. GARDNER, Attorney. . . dly23-304 ;. NOTICE. State of Indiana, County of Wayne.' 88: In the Wayne Circuit Court. Albert L. New vs. Lillian A. Haller. . et at Notice. Cause No. 15050. . The plaintiff In the above cause having filed his complaint therein, to gether with the affidavit that the de fendants. Fremont C. Hamilton. An drew J. Powell and Ella Powell are not reaidenta of the State of Indiana, and that the object of this action Is to tore-, close and enforce a mortgage Hen np on real estate within this State: Now Therefore, the defendants. Fre- moni m. Hamilton. Anarew . roweu and Ella Powell, are hereby notified that unless they be and appear on the first day of the next term of the Wayne Circuit Court of Wayne Coun ty. Indiana, to be bolden on the first Monday of October, 190$, at the Court House in Richmond, in said County and State, and answer ' or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined In their absenee. - IN WITNES8 WHEREOF. I hereun to set my hand and affix the seal of. aaid court this leth day of July. 1$C$. HARRY E.. PENNY. Clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court. ; dly 16-23-30 . . , . . Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of W. 8. Ksufiaa Son, Richmond. Indiana, by Geo. J. PusRla,: Trustee of Webster Township. Wi County. State of Indiana, on or 12 o'clock noon. August , 199. aad. then opened for the furnishing of all materials. labor and tnstalllng plete a low, pressure, sti and ventilating . apparatus la tan school building under construction at Webster, Ind. Drawings will be on file at the of-, flee of the Trustee snd the office of W. 8. Kaufman & Son. Architects. Richmond. Indiana, on and' after the ICta day of July, 109. Each proposal shall be accompan ied by a certified check ia the suns et' Two Hundred Dollars ($200). made payable to the Trustee as a guarantee of good faith, and bidder, if awarded the contract, will enter into the con tract within five days, and give a surety bond for' Four Hundred Dol lars ($400.00). In case the bidder' falls to furnish bond sad enter into a contract, the above said cheek to be forfeited, as liquidated damages. - Should any bid be rejected, such check win be returned to the bidder' wtthM three days, - and should any bid be 'accepted.' such cheek will be and securing the contract. - The Trustee leecrras the right to reject any and all wide. . Geo. J. Fannin, dry lt-23-39 PALLADIUM l7A3TA3PAYo