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? ' - THE ! KlCroipPAtDITO AOT STO-TEXEGBAM, SATURDAY, AKIL 16,910. PAGE SEXV Hints From : 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. RATES PA L LAD I UM Palladimm's Pattern Dept o o o ooo 1 cent per word. 7 days for the: price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. Waiit : Ad,. Colimmes For. Yomip -Convenience LI3T OF AGENCIES. - Branch offices ars located la eyery put of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with til one nearest yow ' The rates are the oame and you will tare a -trip to the main office. - feuUk of Main. 8RUENING, Thirteenth and South B street A. W BUCKWEDEL, 8th and 8. F. HENRY R0THERT. 5th and S. H. y North of' Main. QUIGLET DRUG STORE. 821 N. St. . ' CHILES SON. 18tn and N. C St WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. O St, JOHN J. OETZ. lOtH and N- W St. - . , . . RATES X cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. Wo charge adver tlsements sent In by phone and collect after Its Insertion. UAWTFD WANTED To keep books for some ... . : ' VV .- small business outside of my regu- WANTED Boy for delivery wagon. lar business hours. Address H. D. i V Inquire 606 Main. Phone 1661. B., care of Palladium. - 7-tf I 1Uf 1 I If you want a nice clean place to! WANTED Man to do Janitor work, board, call at 121 S. 4th St., with or ; 'wages. $9.00 week. Leave references without rooms. 16-2t and age at this office. F. K. Q. 2t WANTED The party who took the WANTED Painters on automobile '. blue frame Yale bicycle from (be work. Apply, The Wayne Works. basement of the High School build'! ' - i' " v .--. . . - j52t lng on Thursday morning is known, i WANTED To purchase grocery stock nd unless returned by next Tus-j f !ln country town. Address "C. S.," day will be prosecuted. ' 16-it caro Palladium. 18-7t WANTED One varnish rubber, ohe- VaKTkID Two" boys In the' box de- or two men to coat wheels on chas- ' partment- 8tarr Piano Co. ' 15-2t sis. Westcott Motor Car Co. 16-2t WANTED Tq buy watches, bicycles, WANTED A man for janitor, one who guns and revolvers; open Tuesday; can fire a boiler. Call Y. M. C. A. Thursday and Saturdays. Jr. (. La- . 16-it r cey, loan office, 8th and Main. WANTED Place to help with gener- ' 14-lmo al housework; 729 South 13th. VANTED Roomers, gentlemen pre- 16-2t f erred; can let them furnished or WANTED Boy to learn trade at 2?&Ct,Al, 4fcW A " Routh Blacksmith -Shop." ntt' Palladium. 1 i4-7t r : i xrywiAjw w . 1 i i i ' You can get your entire sewing "done WANTED-Pln boy at the City Bowl- " at m S. 4th street - Underwear I x nP A " ' ' madO by han4 or'. machine, braiding VANTED You to go. Jo Murray BiT- fine button holes, children's clothes, llyd prlors for recreation. 12-tf shirt' walstf", iklcts; coaU, suits of Vy ANTED Men to - Learn Barber U kluds; ail work guaranteed. Trae.. Fw week completes. Time " ."; " 'y ' f 16-2t saved by steady practice. Careful WANTED Fine sand bench molders; Instructors.' tools given, diplomas " good, long running jobs. Apply The granted. Waxes Saturdays. Posi- American Foundry & Machine Co., tions Raiting. Splendid demand for Hamilton, Ohio. " 1 ;t ' 16-I4t graduate. Write today Moler Bar- WANTED Moldera. to .work on her College. Cincinnati. Ohio. - squeezers. Long running jobs. Ap ' v ' " ', ' ' "' ' ' ' " 11"7t P1 Tne American foundry & Ma- WANTED Lawn mowers' ' sharpened chine Co.; Hamilton Q. ' ' 16-I4t j repaired. Lane, phone mi: - WANTED -Y. M. C. A. Night school i " ' ' . ll-7t' ' for men; classes acw enrolling. ' I Market ' . - NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson. Odd Fellow' Han. " :i emv ; .wc,: yru 'Copper American, Smelting U, O. lt ... U. S, Steel pfd. Pennsylvania St. Paul ... . Jfc O a e , v New York Centra) Readina .. .. T? Canadian Pacific . 1 a) e e 1 tJnlon Pacific :. 'I Northern Pacific : t Atcnison i ' 't i a ateV A Ka ' H'le" J e J f 4 e . uth4ra Pftctflc e CHIQAGQ. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS .(Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago. 'April Y$. ' Wheat - Open High Low Iffy .:fl09 109" 108 " July . .. 103 103 101 Sept ..101 101 100 Corn " Clote 108' i , 101 iod ' " v . Open High May ... 58- -t8 July ... 61 61 Sept ... 62 63 ""iTOat v. Open High May 43 - 43- Jnlr.,,.. 0, s 40 Cept ... 38 38 ' . . . r" - .... . Low - Close 67 57 . ?Q 60 . 62 62 Low Close 41 42 30 39 87 37 I DIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indlanapoll. April 16. -HOSSRocelpt. 2.800; prime, $10.;ft Cattle Recelpu 400; steers,' $s.25. -.f Sheep-ReceipU, 100; best $7.00. Lamb, 30.50. EAST BUFFALO HVESTOpK. Caxt Buftalo, April 16.- ... Cthle-Recelpti. CO; prime, $3.65; butchers $7.53. Ki3 Receipt. 1;7Q0; heavy primes, 'n033; Yorker. 3ia4C . Vl-BcalpU, IjQQO; choice, $0.50. tt n-Receipt, 3.40Q; prime, $750. lxah, clipped $9.50. - .i v f I iTSBURG LIVESTOCK. r-ttlurg. April 16.- . C.U-Recelpt. light; extras. 33.40; iai,(a.xs. ' - - C Raealpt. 8 loads; prime heavy r-1 Xcrtn. tioxa ( Central. QUIOLET DRUO STORE. 4th and ' Main. ' West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West 1st GEO. It SHOFER. 3rd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St Phone 1446.). .. ' Open High ,r Low CloSe .. .. 76 7$ 1 76 78 .. , .. 84 , 86. 84. . 86 . . ..." 87 88 87 87 .. ..122 .... 122 ... ..137 137 137 137 .. ..143 144 143 144 .. ..112 112 .. ..125 125 124 125 . . . .167 167 167 167 .. ..183 .... .... 183 ;. ..139 140 139 139 .. ..188. . ; 188. 188 , 188 . .137 137' 137 137 .. ..114. 115 114 114 .:i5i - isi .... :.128 128 128 128 I Sheep Receipts, 8, loads; prime, $7.50. Lambs, $9.10. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, April 16. V Cattle Receipts. 100; steady. Hogs Receipts, 800; steady. Sheep,' 'steady. " ; " ' - ' . INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis; April 16. WTheat .. ............ . Corn .$1.06 , ..60c ..43 ;..82c Oats , Rye .. ... - toLedorain. Toledo, April 16. ; Wheat, cash. , .$1.03 ,.59ic !.44c . .$7.10 Corn; ... .; Oats ...... Clover Seed I RICHMOND MARKETS. ' - -1. - Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. i LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to -250 pounds . . . .. . . .$10.25 Good la heavy packer $10.00 Common and rough ...... 6.45 7.70 Yorkers 1.'..'.. .......... &25 8.75 Steers! corn fed 4.75Q 5.50 Fat cows ..........3.00 4.23 Bulls':.:.. 3.000 4.Q0 Fat bulls 4.003 4 50 Veal Calves... 5.00 7.50 ' RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Oat :::35S3c Straw, baled...... ...... .3&00Q 3&5Q Com i.. ...... ......... ...53c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. ' .-r. (Richmond. Roller. MUU) , Nw wneaCper bit. ;...".T.1iV.". ;$L13 w, ", '! : .- : . J.. . ,. n,i ' .. . ,, , . WAlJTED'-If you "want money l place of your city property or farm, go' rignt ' to' Porterfleid'a Ret: Ed ate office.' Kelley Block. 8th . and Main. ' .. ' 14-U TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly' by Merchant's deliv ery. Walter E. Murray. 519 Main. Phone 4301. 2-tf WANTED Cement .brick .and sewer work. Ricker Bros. Phone 3445.' 26-lmo WANTED Door and window -.screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered. - Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. DO YOU WANT REAL ESTATE? For Trade: Good 5 room house in West Richmond for vacant lot or dwelling in South End ; a good farm of 12 acres weir located, 'will trade ' for something of equal value; a few . good stocks of goods. For Sale: a fine modern double house in best lo cation, rents at $18.00 per side. Price $4,200.00, a good investment; eight room house, large lot located in South End; price $2,000; a good, new, modern house in East End; Price $3,000. Building lots in differ ent parts' of city. See Dye & Price, 901 Main street. 12-14-16 FOR SALE. FOR SALE '160 acres, fair improve ments; good timber. A bargain, at $70 per acre. Apply aow to J. B, Moore', over 6 North Seventh. 23-tf FOR SALE Buggy wltn rubber tires, storm front good as new, and harness.- 191 Ft Wavne Ave. .. . . , i , frl-sat-sun FOR SALE House goods'; 22 S. 10th St " ' ' " , - - . - i6-3t FOR SALE A short horned cow and calf, 3 miles west of , Centerville. Stop 134. V $60.00. ' , . 16 It We ask you ' to - investigate - the new homes on West Maln.: 16-lt FOR SALE A good, gentle horse. C. E. Bell. Phone 30857 ' 16 Jt FOR SALE Modern seven room "house, central, cheap. Address, Modern, care Palladium., - '16-2t FOR SALE Piano, 131 South 4th St Price $125.00. 16-lt FOR SALE Good bed, dresser.-and washstand;. 41 S. 21st' jSt - Phone 37S7. - - 16-2t FOR SALE Baby cab; ,219 N. 20th. -- 16-3t FOR SALE Modern Louse -with, .bath and 'hardwood finish -300- S. ,13th St. ; Enquire 18 N. 9th St '16-2t FOR SALE Swinging chair for porch or lawh. ' Phone 4297. ' , i5-2t Number. 2 wheat i :$1.10 ...'....'.55c .....i-.70c ...'..$25.00 :.::. $28.00 Corn, per bu.; . : . . i . , Rye, per bu.. .......... BraP'. per ton . . .". i. Middlings, per ton . . Clover Seed, per bu.. ..$5.00 RICHMOND SEED MARKET t (Runge & Co.) " Timothy Hay. (loose) .......... 515.QQ Corn ....... 55c Timothy . . .?2.00$2.25 Clover Seed .... $5.5O$6.00 ' POULTRY. " v . (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young .chickens, dressed, per lb ....,.-;:..i.i820c Old chickens, . per lb 18 20c Ducks .ISc COUNTRY "PRODUCE. Creamery, butter, per lb . . : . ..... 34c Eggs..;.:.. ...... .17c Country butter, per lb:.'.... .'I... '..25c A FOOTBALL- VICTIM .. ( - . . Cadet at Naval Academy, In jured Last Fall, Died This Morning. AN. ALL-AROUND ATHLETE (American Newa Service) Annapolis, . Md., ApfU. ie.-rMidsh.iB-man Earl D. Wilsoni ' who waiT injur ed in the .football game between Vil lanova. and the navy last fall died at 5:30 o'clock this morning. He had been sinking1 for a week.' Yesterday' his condition became, so serious, that no hope of his. recovery was held out. Wilson's home was in .Covington, Ky., and be was one of the best pupils and all-around athletes in (the academy.- He was a member of the foot ball, baseball, gymnastic' and other athletic teams. In the Villauova game on October 16 he received .a terrible spinal injury, stopping a mass rush. When he was picked up he was found to be totally, "paralyzed ' and for" the first few days after the game his: death was momentarily expected. -- Early in November the surgeons at the naval academy performed a deli cate operation,' removing the covering pf four of the cervical .vertebrae and relieving the pressure on the spinal cord. Wilson recovered his power of Speech at once and' seemed to be on the road to recovery- until a week ago. I - . h - - CoaoKUA: - - t iOoii Medal JTJor Is eheapestira best. eoaorrlMves to th sack. Bufbxiixa. PALUDiuy mUT ADS PAY. . .. WANT AD LETTER. LI ST The followlx are replies to-Palladium Want Ada. received at this of fice." Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling' for mall n answer to their ads.- Mall at this office up to 12 noon today as fol.owsr :; ' ' A. B 1 M. 3 T E. 3 P. IB. ID X K. .......... 1 Room ....... 1 Mall will be kept lor SO days only. All mall not . called for within that time will be cast out ' FOR SALE Horse, surrey and nar , ness, either or all; horse' suitable for farm or family "use. 603 Main St tf. '11$'; -e . .-: 14-3t FOR SALE Road wagon, rubber tired in good condition; will sell cheap if bought soon. Phone 1829. or call 324 S. 12th St 15-3t FERTILIZERS. ; We manufacture , Hifeh Grade Com mercial Fertilizers. . Prices reasonable. Call and see " us hefore buying : your spring supply. " Clendenln Fertiliser Co. . Richmond, lad. litf FOR-SALEGoodTbicycle. CallTNoI 126 S. 3rd St 8-7t b)R SALE Walk $ Lumoer. O. W. Kramer & Co. ' 29-tf FOR SALE Modern nouse. South 8th street;' will sell cheap it sold in ten days as the owner needs the money. Geo. B- Moore, over 712 Main St Phone 2962. - - - 13-tf FOR SALE I have a numoer of im '' proved farm; city property and lots for sale, oae per cent commission . on sales of $500 or over.-- Kaufman, over 828 Main. Phone 2394.' aprl-tf WHY Pay Rent when $1,650.00 will " buy a nice five room house' In the best ' location 'In West 'Richmond. House nearly new. This is a bargain for a home or Investment! Let us show it to you. - Dye' Price, "Corl 9th and Main Streets. i-" ' 31-tf RYTHHIC BEL. ' Reidston Stock Farm, received to day, from John S plan "of Lexington, Kentucky; the famous young stallion Rythmic Bel NO. 42.327. This is' th"! grandest Stallion ever in ' the . State, and one that' forty thousand dollars has been offered' for and refused: " " Rythmic Bel will make the season at'.' Keldstoh Farm1,' and everybody is cordially; Invited to call at the (arm and see this grand horse. , ' JOHN DAGLER. Supt. ' . 24-lmo Across Atlantic . i - , Dr. Gans:Fabpp, a' rmin the Daring Flan That He (Special Cable from the International News Service.) Berlin, April "1ST Drr 'Gans-Pabric, the German aeronaut, who, in tends to attempt to traverse. the Atlantic Ocean in an Airship,- ha given the Tollow ing particulars of his' scheme: r I ' shall be accompanied by Hen Bruckner,' the'' editor of a Frankfurt newspaper, hy a physician and by pue engineer. " t intend to start about the middle Of May from either Cadiz, Spain or Teneriffe. ' ,: "This time of the year Is chosen be cause' then there is an easterly Wind which blows from the' European to the American continent continuously, and with a Torce of nearly thirty miles an hour. It was to this wind that Colum bus owed his success in ''discovering America. - - "I 'desire to be an aerial Columbus, and. starting approximately from the same point, 'to be the first to" reach America through the" air. My course would lie across the Atlantic Ocean' to Porto Rico, passing Cuba,' and then across the Gulf of New Orleans, r The distance of my course would "he just over 4,000 miles. ' T -'--'- ''I estimate1, that I should cover this distance In five' days! Myairship now approaching completion is a combina tion of an ordinary balloon and a dirig ible airship. .The length 'of the bal loon section is 175 feet, and Its diame ter, which is cfgar-shaped,ls "50 feet The motor is 40 horse power. - "Owing" to the favorable wind which I shall' utiMze.TI only. Intend to use the motdr lh' case of necessity?' because It Is not possible to take' suff icient "ben zine to keep the 'motor 'goings for. five! day. ' The cubic contents, of the bal loon are quite sufficient to "keep the airship afloat for 145 hours.' : -That Would be six days, or one day more than I 'require lor the passage. ' - "Perhaps? the most Interesting feature of "my airship is a cage forty feet long and ten feet wide." In case 'of necessi ty this can be sailed on 'the ocean' a motor boat; and if 1 run short of ben WANTED! an experienced - "general"- : housekeeper . . (2 in Family) Apply at enw at 51 Scuth 18Ui Street FOR SALE 2 horse reversible break ing plow.' 325 Pearl St " 9-7t FOR SALE Westcott surrey and Dav " is phaeton. See them' at7 Ryan's Livery. 29-tf FOR SALE Good spring suit; size 87; color blue; 404 S. 4th. Phone 1052. - - 3-tf FOR SALE Single comb buff Leg horn eggs. $1.00 per setting 15 eggs. Clarence Hunt 213 Pearl St 77t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise - stocks and fire insur ance. Porterleld. Kelly Block, ath and Main. -: 6-tf FOR SALE Modern city Homes and other Richmond property. Farm lands; city - property to trade 'for - farm -property. - Jones and Wilson, 7th and Main. Phone 1762. 24-tf FOR' SALE--Chcice residence lot cen- tral, 25 or 50 "i ect fronting east Dr. Ewing. -i - 16-1 mo REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man " can secure a tine ' suburban heme with ' city conveniences, 3 squares from street car. by phoning ' 3136. ' ' 1 9-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT To newly papered rooms and one barn; call at 121 S. 4th St , 16-2t FOR AENT Furnished room for light housekeeping; 109 . Randolph . street. ' . 16-2t FORRENT Fine room; call at 600 S. 13th St 16-lt FOR RENT Two good size lots in " Fairvtew; for " gardening. Quigleyt 4th and Main. ; ' - i6-3t FO"RntE"NTf Modern. 5 room flat; East Main street apply 708 Main. Phone 1914. "14-3t FOR RENT Modern house, central. seven rooms' and bath. Dr. Ewing, . or 72 South 12th. . i4-7t FOR RgKT Two iurmsned rooms. 112 N. 15th street' " " ' "12-7t FOR- RENT Furnished flat 415 1 Main. ! - - . r- aw FORTRENT Two rooms. Call ' 625 South B street 1 ;: ; ' 10-71 FOR' RENT Fur aishe. rooms, heat. wmn wa w sw a mt aa yjw 0 SBa. ' LPST. LOST A mackintosh cape -color 'grey, on Liberty pike between Sherman' Hill's and Tom Lamb's. Leave at Sherman Hill's. ' - - - jgt In An Airship . Fonaut, fiiyes the Details of Will Try to Execute. zine It can be sailed as a sailing boat, because I shall take a portable mast with me. . t - : - " . "So .far aa human foresight can fore see, my enterprise must succeed. . A number of ships will be on the lookout for us' between European coasts : and the West Indies." ' '" '" " " A Mind Reader. "So you believe" in" telepathy T "Yes," 1 answered Mr. Meekton. "Though Henrietta' is miles a'wky I can tell exactly' what she is thinking about, tbi3 minute.' ' " ' ' " " "And does she know your answer?" Sbe' does. She Is wishing I 'would hurry' al6ng that hundred' she wrote far.and she knows I'm 'worrying about where-'tbe cash ls coming ? from'.'"- Washington Star. ' v ' ' - '" SALE OF LOTS In the City of Richmond Returned Delinquent for the Non-payment of Pub . Jic Improvement Assessments. " Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday, May 4, 1910, the under : signed, Ireasur'et of the city of ' Richmond,' Wayne county, Indiana, wfU'of fertor sale 'at Ihe court house' door fn the said city of Richmond, the fol lowing lot and lands In said city, which have been returned delinquent tor the 'non-payinent'of 'certain public ' Improvement assessments, "unless as sess'ments; penalties, interest and "costs be paid by that date, and the sale win be' continued' from day to' day" until al such lots and lands or parts thereof 'shaiThave' been "offered" 'idr'sale. .? Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. m., of each day: ' -1 t r- r v i '"Name. ' 1 Improvement. Description. Am't Due. BfOWfi; Daniel F.. ....S. W.'SeCond 433) Lot 27"O.K.; ..Jf 271S Browti, Daniel F., .i:.S. W. Secdhd (433) Uot 42 O. TC. . 14.03 ChesbroughV Edith ...".S. W. "Second (433) part vacated street ..l.H 15.T4 Burgess, Mary L., ... .S. W. Second (433) Lot '41. B:V..:'. :."....'..: 100.43 Werner, Leopold A,, Falrvlew sewer (437) Lot 11 Home 49.86 ' Wrher. Leopold A.' Fairview sewer (437) Lot 3 HC&IMS 64.81 Nye."Ralph'ahd Juir,' Falrvlew sewer' J437) Lot 3 HC&IMS . . . . . ... . . 64J5i 'ElnloreVTOnnier.'.FalWiew sewer (437) part OM 44 .T... ........ 2174 Dolali; MaryrE..r.. Fairview sewer (437) lot 42 H. A. L....... ...I. J52.12 Hussey.'ATbert M... Falrvlew sewer (437) Lot 36 H. A. L. .......... 45.70 : Bond; George' Jl Falrvlew sewer (437) Lot 55 H.'A.L." . '. 8.J2 Carpenfef; David, et anTrv'w sewer 437) Lot 58 H. A. L. &12 Hoover, David ;:.:;. Falrvlew sewer (437) Lot 14 W. C. B... ........ 7.63 HarrisrJessie et aL' : rFalrVw sewer (437) Lot 2 Lombard 5.95 Burden," Susan'' K7. Falrvlew sewer (437) O. M. 14" part ' 8JJ3 lletts, Charles H.... Fairview sewer (437) Lot 9 Thomas 531 1 I. Albert R. Albertson. treasurer of the city of Richmond, hereby certi fy that the above and foregoing is a true and complete list of the lots and lands in the city of Richmond returned delinquent for the non-payment of lftrprotement asestoACKrthe'owhers thereof falling to file waivers or to pay the aasessmenta when due. . -'. -;U ' .; s albert r. albertson, . , . . . j. . , , Treasurer of City of Richmond. " Attest: D- S. COS. - I. ' - ' ' ' ' Anditor Wayne County." - t . . .H.":,r:NOTK-ATtprc, sale of properties listed above the redemption ; of soeh properties may be made by the. owner thereof throogh thf opps ct the Wayne County Auditor, where the list if properties sold by the city treasor errifi be filed.- together with an ttesoizei statement of penalties, costs.-Interest, etc I "' '""-- " " ' , ' 8-16-23 LOST Gold chain with cameo brooch. . Return to 730 Main St Reward. It LOST Tan colored pup, part Dacn ; shund; 11 S. 9th St Phone 2150. It LOST An envelope containing $20.00 in bills. Return to Florence Flint Easthaven, or phone 31SL Reward, BUSINESS CLASSIFIED IN8URANCE. MOORE OGBORN. Automobile aud Fire Insurance. Bonds, Loans and Rental. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bllg . INSURANCE. Hans N. Koll, Fire and Accident In surance. 716 Main street HATS CLEANED. We clean all kinds of Hats. Shoe Shine. 5c. 522 Main. ' 12-lmd UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 18 South 7th Street ' Phore 1793. ' Repair' work'" spec ialty. 11-tf MOTOR CYCLES. Indian and Yale. 1910 Model on dis play Pathfinder tires. guaranteed, $3.75. Waking & Co.. 406 Main St 15-tf ELECTRIC WIRING. Electric light wiring, door bells and intercommunicating telephones in sUlledand repaired. H. E. Harri son. Phone 3418. f 20-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, 14 S. Eighth street ,' i' 7 SHOE REPAIRER. Shoes half soled 50 centsHenry Bass, 102S Main. 10-lmo MORTGAGE EXEMPTIONS. Rents collected.' real estate loans, tire insurance'.'" Turner W.' Hadley. 10-lmo ART 8TORE. Fancy work and home baking. Haner's i Art Store, 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. . Up n the World,, , "Does your old1 friend Jacks, who has made hla fortune, ever call round to see you nowadays?" - 'Yes; he and his 'family come back to Jhe old nelsliborhood occasionally. Look on the visit as 'a 'sort of'sluiB mins trip: 1 thfuk. Saving In Vain. According "jo the jbUowlnff story, economy has its pains as well as its pleasures.'-'eveu after' the 'saving b done w '' -" - ' One spring for some reason old Ell was going round ''town wiihthe face of dissatisfaction and when questioned poured forth bis voluble: tale of woe thus: : '"Marse Ceo'ge he come to me last fall a.n' he say: Eli.,,dls'gw-ine ter.be a hard winter, so yo be keerful an save jro wages fas' an' tight!.' ' "An I b'lleve Warse Geo'ge; yaa, sab. I b'licve him", an T save an 1 Save, an' when de winter come it ain't got no hardship." an Gere was I wld all flat money 'jes frown on ma"h" handsT Youth's Companion. , " Samplinji It. fcWhat are "they 'giving away over here?' " ' ' 1 'V' ' ' "Qome along. Jack. It's demoiwtfa tion of face powder, of no interest to Us men." ' "Oh, I don't know. Let's ask for a faste.' Washington Herald. AND LANPS LADIES APRON. This apron has graceful lines, can bo Ironed flat and covers' the entire dress. A strap across' the back, buttoned at the sides, may be substituted for the ties if desired.' ..- .,- , i . This pattern is cut m three siaes, 33, S6 and 40 bust measure. Siae 36 requires & yards of S7-ineh material. Price of pattern 48 Is 10 cent " ' - ' , v-. N. '481. Name .............................' . t , . . . . ... , v ..:'".- i , - . - . Ad4fsa ...m.....m...m...Mm.' Sue " fm out blank and send to Pattern De partment of'thisnewiaf. ; r , NEAT SCHOOL FROCK. I Woolen paterjal1 io ak groeo i the knatcqaJ, and thrown silk covcird buttons re the trimmings' of this pretty guimpe dress. The wi?t is cut tn two piece, which meet at the front with a bias seain; The skirt is circular with a few gatheis t the top and' a' f root panel. v Thif pattern fc'eut ih three itits, IV 14 and 1? yr : Si 14 requires 0 'yards. of 27-inch material. Prioe of patter 436 is 10 cents.- - , - Name i.'.....'...'....;.......... Address' Size ......... " t , x. . ............. ....a,:'. . . .i v.- . r Fill out blank and scad to Pattern De psrtmcnt of this newspaper. L GIRL'S DRES3 AND GUDIPCr Eiaek end white ?$n?l osed for tuts arcs wnn vnumuax 1 nr- Mark 4m id -JThe edces ef ue ml .Uh. hands a with S tow fold of rose ph. Ike gshwpe is s plain1 white dlasirjr.- - r ' ' -' -- This pattern to "eat fat fern efaes, v V 10 and 13 yean. Sise lequiies tVfir yards of 3 iads material, Price of pes tern 44 is 10 cents. Sis ' . - PO evt Uasksod sead ts PaUr' 1 C ' A r 1 I .I'..-.- --WlWMiCtaw, - 1 Hi' f ft IflT "1 mi iflT 1'nfT IT f '9 IP -- irtT HWl 'nV . I Will I'm j