TIIE ESS. O :
lithe TKhof a DocSJsi Dss&g
a Rn-tr lbg in which Mr.
Admire! Dewey, a Ksa&cr
of rofrincnt Precibinj
Physicist tsd ctSsr
Notables art In
terested. : 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.
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.
Want Ado Columns
THE RICHMOND PALLADI U3I A U U A'-TELEGR AM, TUESDAY, MAT 10, 1910.
For Your (Convenience'
Branch office are located In every part of the city. Leave your
WANT ADS with the one nearest ow The ratea are the came and you
will eavo a trip to the main office.
South of Main.
E&UENINO, Thirteenth and South
. E street. .
. A. W. BUCKWEDEU Sth and S. T. '
HBNRY ROTHERT, Sth and 8. H.
' North ef Main.
QUIQLET DRUG STORE. 821 N.
v sc.- - - .
CHILES 80N. lltb and N. 0 St.
WIT HIEOER. 14th and N. O St.
JOHN J. QBTZ, 10th and N. H St.
I cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We chance adver
'tlsements cent In by phone and collect after its Insertion.
WANTED Everybody suffering from
Piles or any form of Rectal Ailments
to write me for Free Trial of Posi
tive Painless Pile Cure. S. U. Tar.
ney, Auburn, Ind. 7-7t
WAKTEDSlngle man to work on
farm. Good wages. Steady work.
Reference. Call at 118 8. 13. 6-Tt
WANTED Carpenters; call at new
Rtgh School building, corner Sth
and B or at Hoosier job at 15th
street , and railroad. English Bros.
- : -! . 23-tf
NANTED To buy watches, bicycles,
guns and revolvers; open .Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturdays. J. M. La
cey, loan office, Sth and Main.
. . . ' . 14-lmo
Wanted y. m. c. a. Night school
for men; elapse now enrolling. -
t7ANTED A girl for housework; call
1421 Main. .v . 4-tf
Wanted Pa 1 n te rs To
, morrow morning at
Oaar, Scott & Co.
to care for Invalid
morning and evening. Good pay.
Call at 217 N. Tth. 10-2t
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS
(Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.)
New York, May 10
- - Open High Lovr- Close
Copper.. ,. .. 68 70 67 70H
American 8meltlpg .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. 79 80 78 7 79
U.S. Steel,. f, ..82 83 : 81 83
V. S. 8teel pfd. .. .. .. .. ..117 118 117 118
Pennsylvania .. .. ;.132 132 132 132
,EtPaul .. ..138 139 137 139
. .0. A O. .. : , , .. . .110 110 109 110
New York Central .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..120 121 120 121
.Reading .. ...ir.9 ' 160 158 -'.160
Canadian Pacific .. .. .. .. .. 188 190 188 189
Great Northern .. .. .. .. 182 183 181 183
Union Pacific .. .. .. .. .. 4. 135 136 134 136
Northern Pacific ............ .... .. ..129 133 129 131
Atchison .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. 110 110 109 110
'S- . .146 147 146 147
goutnem Pacific . . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..127 128 126 128
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
X Furnished by Correll and Thompson,
Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.)
Chicago, May 10.
' ' ; Wheat' -
; , " Open High Low Close
Mar ... 115 115 111 111
July . . . 103 104 103 103
eept. . . 101 102 100 100 ;
" , , -. Corn
' r Open High Low
May ... 61 61
July 62 63
Bept ... 63 64
': , . ,. Oat '
Open High Low
May ... 42 42 42
July ... 40 40 40
Sept ... 3S 39 38
Indianapolis, May 10.
Hogs Receipts 3,000 prime $9.75.
Cattle Receipts 1.200; choice $7.75.
Sheeps Receipts 500; clipped $5.50.
Spring lambs $9.00.
. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK.
'- . -. .
' Pittsburg. May. 10.
Cattle Receipts light; choice $8.50;
prime $3.23. .
Hogs Receipts light; prime heavy
t.90; yorkers $10.05.
Veala Receipts 830; choice $8.50.
Sheep Receipts light; prime $7.00.
EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK.
East Buffalo. May 10.
Cattle Receipts 50; prime $8.15;
reals Receipts 301; choice $8.00.
Hors Receipts 200; prime heavy
$10.10: yorkers $9.85.
Eheep Receipts 5.200; prime $7.25.
Choice Lambs $9.00.
. - ; .
' adnaatl. May 10.
Cafae Receipts 200. steady.
Kcc Receipts 800; shippers $3.70.
QUIQLET DRUG STORE. 4th and
JOHN FOSLER. Richmond At.
and West 1st.
GEO. H. 8HOFER, 3rd and W.
J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St.
WANTED If you want; money in
place of your city property or farm,
go right to Porterfleld's Real Es
tate office, Keliey Block, 8th and
Main. : 14-tf
TRUNKS, baggage and packages dellv.
ered promptly by Merchant's dellv.
ery. Walter E. Murray. 519 M-itn.
Phone 4301. 27-tf
WANTED Door and window screens
to order, lawn mowers sharpened;
' call for and delivered. Brown-Darnell
Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936.
WANTEDYmFtcTgo " to Murray BU
liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf
WANTEDBoys at" Western Union
Telegraph Co. Opportunity to learn
WAITED Two dining room girls at
: Arnold1 Restaurant. 10-1 1
WANTED Position as stationary en
' gineer. One who understands any
kind of dynamo. Address A. B., care
Palladium. : 10-3t
WXNTED To buv a small caha ree
: ister. Must' be cheap. 011 Main
St. .? 10-lt
THE GOODWIN HAND OILER CO
( for your repair work, roofing done in
both tin and galvanized iron. Call
Sheep Receipts 200,' strong.
Lambs, extras $S.25.
Indianapolis, May 10.
Wheat . $1.10
Toledo. , May 10
Wheat, cash .......
.... . 6lc
Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Tarda
Best hoge average 200 to
Good and heavy packers
Common and roughs . .
Steers, corn fed
Bulls .. .,
RICHMOND HAT MARKET.
(Omar O. Whelan)
Oata .. ...... .... .... ....3537c
Timothy Hay (loose) .......... $15.00
Straw, baled. .... ....... $6,000 $6.50
i RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
No. l wheat $1.05
Corn, per bu. . ................ .-.53c
Rye. per bu .TOe
Bran, per ton $25.00
Middlings, per ten .828.00
Clover Seed .$5.00 $5.50
RICHMOND SEED UARKET.
(Range t Co.)
Corn ..... sse
Timothy ......... S2.00S2.25
Clover Seed ............. $5.0OS5.5O
(Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb
FOR SALE Good grocery business,
centrally located. Address "B. D."
care Palladium. 7-Tt
FOR SALE Cheap. Girl's bicycle
with coaster brake. Fine condition.
42 S. 17th St.
FOR SALE Combination book case
and secretary. 115 North 16th. 0-2t
FOR SALE Household goods, must be
, sold Immediately. 417 Pearl. Phone
FOR SALE New five or six room cot
tage, fine home, or eight per cent net
investment Box 100 City. 0-2t
FOR SALE One 6 room house near
Hoosier Drill, must sell need the
money. One modern I room house,
8. 8th, will veil cheap or can be
bought on payments. Geo. ? B.
Moore, over 712 Main. Phone 2962.
FOR SALE Fine little truck farm,
' close to Richmond. Price $ 1.600.
Also grand little fruit and poultry
farm .combined. Price 55,000. Ap
ply to J. E. M. Agency, over 0 North
''7th St : . v"VCv .
FOR SALE Home on monthly pay
ments. Small cash payment, balance
like rent. T. W. Hadley, phone 1814.
013 Main St. O-Tt
FOR SALE Choice residence lot,
first equare South 12th St Dr. Ew
FOR SALE Good second hand grate
fronts, slate mantels and gas chan
deliers. Dr. Ewlng. 23-tf
FOR SALE One good two row John
Dere corn plow. Harry J. Eliason,
' Centervllle, Ind., Rural Route 10.
: W. : ' 22-14t
NOTICE TOTHE PUBLIC Dead stock
removed free of charge. Prompt at-
tention If called for at once. $1.00
per head for horses; 25 cents a hun
dred for bogs if delivered at factory.
Phone 5150D to Lawrence E. Met U,
The Richmond ' Fertilizer Works.
Richmond, Ind. ' 28-14t
FOR SALE Small printing press,
cheap. Suitable for small work. 202
N. 19th St. V 27-tf
FOR SALE Household goods, refriger
ator, gas range, lawn mower, also
boy's saddle; all in good condition.
208 N. 15th St 10-2t
Old chickens, per Ib..4.......18Q20e
Ducks .. ............"......18c
Creamery butter, per lb. 30c
Eggs .. ..... ...... .............17c
Country butter, per lb ....25e
Elizabeth Harden to Cora McHerbst,
pt lot 0 blk 9, Dublin. $300. -
Anna M. Woodhurst to Carrie W.
Posther et al, pt lot 52 C. Fetto's add
Dickinson TruBt Co. trustee, to
Mary L. Keever, pt lot 70 Jenkin's add
Andrew H. McCulloch to Wm. H.
Cummins, pt n w qr sec 21, twp 16,
range. Center, twp. $8,650. .00.
Wm. L. Fouts to Harvey Townsend,
pt n e qr sec G, twp 17, range 13. Per
ry twp, $5,070. '
Elmer E. Jenks et al to Elizabeth
Jefferles pt lot 428 E. Starr add city.
Jesse A. Bailey to Luther E. Arnett,
lot 14, Haynes add city. $2,000. -
Jacob W. Wilber'et al to Hattie M.
Dent, lots 162. 163, 164, and 165, Rich
mond Terrace. $346. v
Tobias Funk to Benjamin Watkins,
pt n e qr sec 22. and pt n w qr sec 16.
twp 17, range 13, Center twp. $2,400.
Benjamin Watkins to Melissa J.
Funk; pt ri w qr sec 16, twp 17, range
13. Center twp. $2,400.
Harry T. Burns, admr, to Joseph P.
Iliff pt lot 78, Chas, W. Starr all city.
Jesse S. Green to Rebecca Palmer, pt
s w qr sec 25. twp 18, range 14, New
Garden twp. $7,875.'
Turner W. Hadley to Pearl L. Bee
tle pt lot 59, Grand Boulevard sub to
Ieroy F. Wilber, Richmond, 2S,
painter, divoreed in 1909 and Mrs.
Aola Catherine Harrison, Richmond,
housekeeper, divorced 1S99 and 1906.
In round figures the "drink bill" of
the United Kingdom, in 1909, -was
$775,000,000, or $30,000,000 less than
k raad et n. Ite
315 S. Sth street
ZXiEmE Floor Colonial
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THE mcmiOND PALLADIUM AND RTV-ti?t r
LETT El LIST
Tne following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ada. received at this of
fice. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mall to answer
to their ads. Mail at this office op to
la noon today aa follows:
A. B. ,..... 1 J. E. ., 2
A 1 J. A. 3
F. K. G. .... 1 . M ........... 2
I. ........... 3 N. B. ML .... 3
J. M. H. . . . . 2 O. V. ........ 1
P. B. D. 1
Mall w!H be kept tor 50 days only.
All mall not called for within that
time will be cast oat
I HAVE modern homes in any part of
the city, at reasonable prices. U
. will pay you to see them before buy.
ing. Geo. B. Moore, over 712 Main
Phono 2962. 23-tf
IMPERIAL DOT, record 2: 19 H, will
stand short season Middleborough
pike, 4 miles north Richmond. Serv
ice fees, $20.00. G. H. Baker.
We manufacture High Grade Com
merclal Fertilizers. Pricea reasonable.
See us before buying your spring sup.
ply. Clendenin Fertilizer Co. 25-tf
FOR SALE Improved farms, city
property and lots. One per cent
commission on sales of $500. Kauf
man, over S28 Main. Phone 3394.
FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W.
Kramer A Co. 29-tf
FOR SALE I will sell at private sale
my household goods at 212 N. 18.
Chaa. F. Shera. 10-lt
FOR SALE Hot plate, 3 burner. Call
at 417 S. 14th St 10-2t
FOR SALE Pony; gentle driver. See
a C, Smith, Hunt St 10-3t
PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.
Ask Action On Delinquent Tax
Municipal Research Bureau Would Publish Names of De
linquentsCommercial Club After Two Conventions.
Last evening directors of the Com
mercial club were addressed on the
matter of delinquent personal tax by
Pettis A. Reld, president of the muni
cipal research bureau. It was explain
ed that there were 2,500 citizens of the
county, who paid no personal tax, al
though listed, and Mr. Reid wished to
have an expression from the club as
to what it thought about publishing a
list of those who are delinquent on
more than $10 worth of property.
The club did not act in the matter
last evening further than to appoint
the committee on legislation and tax
ation to investigate. The committee
was instructed to report on the matter
at the June meeting of the board. The
municipal research bureau will present
the same appeal to the other com
mercial organizations of the city. The
bureau itself feels that the delinquent
list should be published but will direct-its
action, according to the Judg
ment of these organizations.
Appeal to Governor.
Governor Thomas R, 'Marshall will
be appealed to by the bureau and ask
ed .to recommend some reform for the
collection of such tax In his message
to the Indiana legislature which con
venes next winter.
The following cards relating facts
ascertained by the bureau, have been
Taxpayers of Richmond V
Do you know
That more than 2,500 men in our city
pay no taxes?
That five hundred of these own more
than $5 each?
That you are paying taxes that
should be paid by these delinquents?
That this condition of affairs has
been in existence for years many
. That this unsatisfactory condition of
affairs will continue until you awaken
and right it?
Bureau of Municipal Research.
After Two Meetings.
The 'directors also considered the
advisability and probability of secur
ing the state encampment of the G.
A. R. next year. B. B. Johnson. The
odore Hill and E.-M. Haas were ap
pointed as a committee to investigate,
and also to address invitations to all
of the G. A. R. posts of the state, ask
ing that this city be selected as the
meeting place. The dub is also af
ter the state convention of the Indiana
Postal Clerks association to be held
INDIANA LOAN CO.
wJmr- PHONE .1341
FOR SALE Cook stove, either gas or
wood. Good condition. 306 West
Main St l0-3t
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and fir latur
ance. Porterflald. Kelly Block, tth
and Main. t-tf
FOR SALE Modern city homes ana
other - Richmond property. Farm
lands; city property to trade for
farm property. Jones and Wilson,
7th and Main. Phone 1762. 24-tf
A retiring farmer or business man
can secure a fine suburban home
with city conveniences, 3 squares
from street car, by phoning 3136.
FOR RENT House of 7 booms, with
. barn and garden spot 1011 South J
St Call phone 3015. &t
FORRENT House of 7 rooms, with
barn and garden spot 1011 South J
St Call phone 8015. 8-tf
FORRENT 7-room house, S 12.50; 203
W. Pearl. Phone 2477. 3-tf
FOR RENT FurataheU rooms, heat
with bath for gents, at tha Grand.
FOR RENT Furnished room " with'
bath, 64 S. 12th street 4-7t
FOR RENT Furnished room. 207 S:
11th St. 10-lt
LOST Annual pass on the Pan Handle
and small pocket book. Finder call
phone 1833. ' 7-7t
LOST Necklace with cross, diamond
set Finder may keep necklace if
they return cross. Reward 29 N, 11th
St Phone 1833. 10-lt
Bant N. KoU, Fire and Aocldent In
surance, 716 Mala street
MOORS OGBORN, Automobile and
in 1911. This city has never had this
convention, but it is very probable
that it will be secured.
The directors 'authorized a cash
prize of $10 to be awarded to the resi
dent of RIverdale who had the best
kept and prettiest lawn or garden this
summer. A committee of the club will
make an Inspection of the yards and
gardens and make the award about
BOOST III SALARIES
Light Inspection Car Com
pany Makes Second In
crease This Year.
Hagerstown, Ind., May . 10. The
Light Inspection Car Co., has again
increased the wages of all its employes
from one and one-half to three cents
an hour. The advance was purely
voluntary on the company's part and
comes In the nature of a pleasant
surprise as It was entirely unexpected.
An increase was granted the employes
in January- and none of them expected
a further increase for some time.
The company has experienced an en
ormous growth. When it first organ
ized fifteen years ago the pay roll was
$45 a week, while now the weekly pay
roll Is over $1,950. Each year the em
ployes with their families are given an
outing excursion at the expense of
the company, at the same time being
paid for thee time lost They are also
well remembered at Thanksgiving and
Christmas and are treated to an annual
taffy pulling, which affair is always at
tended by enjoyable features and a
pleasant time. It is doubtful if there
Is any concern la the state, it is said,
which treats it employes more .royally
and as a result the plant is in a most
Dr. Gist Dentist
has removed his office to 1114
Main and will be pleased to
have friends and patrons call at
his new location.
lTf7WSf 4 V " ar ft 4 a .aeas
Fire Insnraace. Bonds. Loana and
Rental. Room 16. L 0. Q. V. Bldg-
We clean all kinds of Hats. Shoe
Shine. 5c. 523 Mali lMmo
The best meals are gotten at Profit's,
14 S. Eighth street
Shoes half soled 50 cents. Henry Baas,
1023 Main. 10-lmo
Fancy work and home baking. Haner's
Art Store, 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180.
Our work to suit everybody; Vincent
Laundry, 404 N. 8th St 17-lmo
Fancy candies, tobacco, cigars, good
pool table. Millers, 1034 Main. 1-lm
Money loaned, low rates, easy pay
ments. Thompson, 710 Main St
Best service guaranteed. Phone 61311.
Henry E. French. 6-2wks
CANDY 8T AND.
Fresh Homemade Candles, Arcade
Theatre stand. Geo. Macooses, prop.
Cement contracts taken and guaran
teed by Sanden ft Gould, Centervllle,
TRY IKE MEYERS' handmade bread
and his ice cream la tine. Give me
your order and be convinced. 107
Richmond Ave. 7-7t
Department of Publio Works
Office of the Board.
Richmond, Ind., May 9th, 1910.
Notice to Contractors:
Notice is. hereby given by the Board
of Public Works of the City of Rich
mond, Ind., that sealed proposals will
be received by it at its office at tha
hour of 9 o'clock A. M., on Thursday,
M3ay 26th, 1910, for the following de
scribed public improvements ; in the
City of Richmond, as authorised by the
Improvement Resolution named:
Improvement Resolution No. 216 1810
Providing for the improvement of
the alley between South 4th street and
South 5th Street, from the first alley
running east and west, south of South
B Street to South C Street, by con
structing Cement Roadway in- said al
ley the full width thereof, between tha
" All work done in the making of said
described public improvement shall be
in accordance with the terms and con
ditions of the Improvement Resolution
as numbered, and the detail, plans.
profiles, , drawings and specifications
which are on file and may be seen in
the office of said Board of Public
Works of the City of Richmond.
The bidders in submitting proposals
to make said described public improve
ments, must accompany each bid with
a certified check in the sum of $100 as
evidence of good faith that the success
ful bidders will execute, within ten
days from the acceptance of proposals,
contracts and bonds satisfactory to tha
said Board to do the work of making
said improvements. A failure of the
successful bidders to enter into such
contracts an bonds upon the accept
ance of such proposals will forfeit the
checks and the sums of money payable
thereon to the city as agreed and llq
uidated damages for such failure.
The Board of Public Works reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
H. M. HAMMOND,
. F. R. CHARLES,
W. W. ZIMMERMAN;
may 10-17 " ' Board oi Public Works
The fine tasting little tablets
which relieve constipation without
the usual pain and gripHtg of ordi
nary cathartics. ' Their actio Is
more lasting, and afford the very
best treatment for chronic constf.
pation. 10 and 25 cents. Only at'
Adams Brcn Store
th and Main. The Rexall atora".
JU JB tt;D
The great conditioner. .Prodac
(es nice coat of hair, poat ta3
to give ft a trlaL - , ;
RHEUMATISM CURED 03
What this CinijiUs Done far Oihtn
It Will Do for You.
In this booklet is described a Has thai
has won the name of "Magic Ring."
timply because the effects it produce
seem so marvelous as to border on the
realms of magic.
Otherwise it lays no claim to magic
powers. On the contrary it is made m 1
accordance with demonstrated scientific
rules, and the results that seem so mag
ical are the direct and natural outcome -of
the laws of science on which its con
struction is based. .
The seemingly magic power of this
ring is at once brought to sear upon any
excess of uric acid in the Wood, ridding
the system of this excess and thai effect
ing speedy and permanent cure of any
of the diseases caused by uric acid, most
prominennt of which is iheamatisas.
The "Magic Ring" has cored nine est
of every ten victims of rheumaHssn who
have tried it If it did not do this h
would not pay us to publish this adver
tisement day after day in this newspaper.
If, after a fair trial of the "Magic
Ring" your doctor certifies that yon have
not been benefited by it we will cheer
fully refund the asoney yo have paid
as for it.
We would not be atlowad to pt&Ksh
the following testimonials anWss they
were true: ,
Mrs. George H. Dewey, wife ef the
here of Manila Bay. writes frosn her -home.
No. 1747 Rhode Island Avesme.
Washington, D. C:
"Please sead me a ring of the sin en
closed, by Adams Express, at year
Frees North Grafton. Masa.
My Dear Sir;
"We are all oat ef the tittle
tups. ' . -
yoanc man is ssaia ea his fast
aaa free frssa ;
1 This is anether arder :
M0ke of Edw. H. Weih, D
741 Grand StreeL
m Jersey Pry. K. J.
Kiaa forward me sue of :
nags which has been
me oy ur. wean.
Eacloeed you will find
quire, also sue of rrag.
. t . - Mrs. BUur.
741 Grand Street.
Jersey City. H. J.m
A prominent practtsici gknxtan, w&o
las tested the Magic Kteca,
"Ofiee of Lsnaa Afisa. U.D.
Sept. 2S. IKX
Dear Sir: .
Please sead me tw rinss of siaa ef
enclosed patterns, and huasifcii fie4
check for same.
In ordering a ring to be sent to the
Mother SeWrior, St de Chaatal Acad
emy. EH Data. SpriwgSali. If. Sister
"I heard of the rmc from a
priest but I hesitated so grve iais
without his consent I aaa cocas s aa
other religoas rnmsswniy and if I Ca
any snerejrswsjaagee wf' -
There are many other fisr!wsm?i te
the valne of tte fas'
men in all walks of life
yers, business men.
The ring is composed of
of metals. As soon as it -
tact with the heat and mailt '6 of t2e
skin it generates a current of phaik
electricity, which redacesthe wric acid
from a crystal to a Uqtud farsa and
draws it out on the skin wader 6e rig;
causing the finger to look as tSsots
painted with iodine.
When there is no more ric acid in
the blood there will be no acid mark cat
the finger until more is generated.
By continuing to wear the ring when
you are cored it wEl absorb the arid as
fast as it is generated, thus preveotini a
return of the disease.
The ring should be rubbed on the hv
side until it is bright, once or twice a
day, with emery cloth and the acU
stains washed from the finger. It should,
be worn on the left hand and should fit
In ordering the laic Sing, scni
exact size, enclose $5X0 in registered
letter., or post-office money order for
that sum, and address :
M. A. MARTIN.
45 So. Walnut St
East Orange. N. J. . .
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PALLADIUM IVATJT AC3 PAY.
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