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THE RICHMOND IAIiIiAIIU3I AXD SUN-TELEGRA3I, TUESDAY, 3IAY 31, 1910.
FAGE SEVEN . 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 Your ' Convenience LIST OP AGENCIES. - Branch of flees are located la every part of the city. Leave your WANT AOS with the one nearest you. The rates are the same and you pill save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENING, Thirteenth and South E street A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H. North of Main. ' QUIOLET DRUG STORE. 821 N. B St. CHILES A SON. 18th and N. C St. WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. G St JOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. H St RATES X cent per word 7 days for the price of S days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after Us Insertion. WANTED. WANTED To trade, new player pia no for lot. Oliver Knode, music dealer. 3Mt WANTED Furnished house or flat for.surnmer by young couple. Ad dress J. C, care Palladium. 31-3t WANTED Position by experienced nurse. 821 N. I St. 31-2t VANTED You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf SVAWED-Vaufts to clean, only refi? bio cleaner in city; vaults given prompt attention. Thomas Moore head, 938 Butler street. Phone , 3177 '". 25-7t WANTED Woman to assist with house work on Saturdays. Refer ences required. Good pay for ex perienced person. Call 326 Pearl Street. . , 27-tf WANTEDDoor and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered. Brown-Dar-nell Co.. 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfield's Real Es tat off ice, Kelley Block, 8th and Main. 14-tf Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS '(Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. New York, May 31. - Open High Copper ; , .. .. 70'4 70 American Smelting .. .. 7914 79 U. S. Steel 82. 82 U. S. Steel pfd M ... ..118 ng Pennsylvania ... ..134 134?4 St. Paul 138 139 B. & O. ..114 112 New York Central .. .. ..119 '119 Reading.. ..162 162 Canadian Pacific .. . . .. .. .... .. -..197 197 Great Northern .. .. ..134 134 Union Pacific . 183 183 Northern Pacific .. .. ,.131, 13 1 Atchison .. ..109 109 L. & N. .. . .. ..,..146 Southern Pacific 125 126 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1416.) Chicago, May 31 . .. ' ;-Wheat a3,ns Open : High 1 Low v- Close May ... 93 95 93 94 July ...-92 93 91 93 ' Sept 90 91 Corn- 90 .91 Close 54 Open May ... 63 July . ... 56 Sept ,.. 57 High 55 57 5S Low 53 56 57 r.7v 5S Oats- Open High Lo Close May ... 36 36 35 36 July 36 ' 36 35 36 "Sept ... 35 35 35 35 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. . awaSSSSS Indianapolis, May 31. Hogs-Receipts 7.000; prime $9.75. Cattle Receipts H.OOO; choice S7.45. Sheen Receipts 400. yearlings 6.."0. Lambs $8.00. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. t Pittsburg, May 31. Cattle Receipts light; choice $8.23; butchers. $7.40. Hogs Receipts light; prime heavy ?9.S6: jorkera $9.90. Lambs $$.50. EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East. Buffalo, May 31. Hogs-Receipts 1.300; prime heavy $9.00; yorkcrs $9.93. Cattle Receipts CO head; prime steers fS.25; butchers $7.00. Sheei Receipts 000; prime $5.25. Lambs $8.75. OsJvea-Receipts 125; choice $8.75. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati. May 31. Cattle Receipts yoo; shippers $7.50. Hoc Rwelpts 1,300; shippers $9.00. Lambs $$.90. &eej- Receipts 000; extra $5. Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West 1st GEO. H. SHOFER, Srd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan 8t WANTED To buy two Weekly Sun Telegrams of May 5th's issue; leave at Palladium office; reward. 10-tf WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night school for men; classes new enrolling. WANTED Place by experienced girl in home like place. Phone 3439. 30-2t FOR SALE. FOR SALE New rubber tired buggy, a bargain; Newbern Shop, 4th and North A streets. 31-7t FOR SALE Horse, very cheap. In quire 227 S. 6th. Phone 1831. 29-tf FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W. Kramer & Co. 29-tf FORSALEHGood 6 room house, square from car line, good condi tion, cheap. Phone 1949. 21-tf FOR SALE Choice residence lot first equare South 12th St Dr. Ew fng. 23-tf FOR SALE Good kitchen steel range with warming oven and hot reservoir, cheap. Phone 1674. 27-7t FOR SALE Small printing press, cheap. Suitable for small work. 202 N. 19th St 27-tf Reports Phone 14461) Low Close 68 75 79 117 132 136 114 116 157 196 132. 179 129 106 121 68 75 79 117 132 136 112 117 157 196 132 179 128 106 145 121 INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, May 31. Wheat j,. Corn Oats Rye , . .97c ...59c ,..3Sc ...7Sc TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, May 31. "nai .....$1.03 Corn 53 Oats 3c.yjC Clover Seed $C.S0 RICHMOND MARKETS. LIVE STOCK. -Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Tarda Best hogs average 200 to 250 pounds $9.15$9.25 common ana roughs $8.25 8.40 fcteers, corn fed $3.50 6.90 at cows 3.5o 5.00 Bulls 3.oo 4.00 rat Bulls 4.OOQ 5.00 Veal calves 5.OOQ 7.50 RICHMOND HAT MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) 0 35337c Timothy Hay (loose) $15.00 Straw, baled, $6.00 $6.50 Corn RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) No. 2 wheat &5c Corn 65c Rye. per bu...... ,70c Bran, per ton .$25.00 Middlings, per ton ....$28.00 Clover Seed $5.0O$5.50 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge Co.) Corn 5537 Timothy S2.00$235 Clover Seed $5.00$5.50 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb : 1801Oe Old chickens, per lb ...18020c Ducks ...... ...18c PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. I . : " ' " ...PALLADIUM..." Want Ad. Coltuurninis FOR SALE Household goods, must be sold within next 3 days. Call at 415 North lith street 30-2t FOR. SALE Home centrally located. Great bargain. Address "Bargain." Palladium. 22-7 1 eod FOR SALE Good second hand grate fronts, slate mantels and gas chan deliers. Dr. Ewing. 23-tf NOTICE FARMERS. Have purchased the imported draft stallion Garigliano (70383) (68205.) Make season on Middleboro pike miles north of Richmond. Phone 5147E. Edwin Norris. 19-lmo FOR RENT, FOR RENT Furnished room with bath, 64 S. 12th. 26-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat, with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tf FOR RENT Two room, board; wom en preferred. - 44 S. 12th St. 26-7t FOR KENT FuroUbeU rooms, heat with bath for cents, at. the Grand. FOR RENT flats, aiuh O. G. Murray. 13-tf FOR RENT Furnished room suitable for light housekeeping. 105 N. 4th St 31-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 1612. 31-7t FOR RENT Rooms, lodging, light housekeeping, boarding. 103 N. 17th. 25-7t POR RENT Furnished room,, bath, phone; private family. . 1326 Main. ' 30-7t MISCELLANEOUS. TRUNKS, baggage and packages de livered promptly by merchants' de livery. Walter E. Murray, 519 Main. Phone 4201. 27-tf PERSONAL. Mr. John Hipskind, I would like for you to remove all your carts, wheel barrows, and stones immediately from my lot. 30-2t 1 BUZZARDS' NESTS. The Same Ones Are Rarely Used Two Consecutive Seasons. The flight of the buzzard is as well nigh perfection as is possible to find. In fact he might be called the most perfect aeroplane in existence. To see him soaring between the bare hills, with a vast green fertile valley below him and with the spring sun lighting up his brown plumage as he slowly sails around with outspread pinions, is a sight never to be forgotten. The buzzard usually chooses a ledge on a cliff for an eyrie, but In certain parts of Wales there are a few well used nests In trees, and as they are generally used by some bird of prey each season they grow to an enormous size. , The buzzard does not & a rule, use the same nest two consecutive sea sons, but returns to It the third, and after that allows another season to elapse before occupying It again. Two nests are often constructed In one dingle, and an amusing Incident happened a few years ago in One of these places. The hen laid one egg In each nest and, as it was quite impos sible for her to sit on both at once, we did. her a good turn by placing one of these eggs in the nest with Its com panion. . The result of our kindness was that a collector passed by about two hours afterward and put both eggs in his collecting box. -, When I thought the matter over I came to the conclusion that that old buzzard was not half such a fool as we took her to be. and if we had left the eggs as we found them the bird might have had a chance of rearing one youngster. Country Life. A STRANGE REVERSAL Napoleon and Wellington and an Ex change of Residences. In the days before the Suez canal was opened to the world St Helena was a frequent port of call for British vessels bound to and from India and the far east This custom, explains Harper's Weekly, was caused by the need of obtaining supplies for the long voyage, and It was therefore for this reason that the ship which on one oc casion bore the Duke of Wellington, then Sir Arthur Wellesiey, returning to England from India, touched at the Island. The great commander spent one night at Jamestown at the house of a Mr. Balcom. Ten years later Napoleon Bonaparte landed to begin his six years of exile and was assigned to the same room that bis conqueror at Waterloo had oc cupied. This coincidence came to the knowledge of tbe duke at Paris daring its occupation by the allied forces, and he dispatched the following letter to the British officer then in command at St Helena: I am very much obliged to you for Mr. Simpson's book. whi:h I will read when I have a moment's leisure. I am glad you have taken the command at St Helena, upon which 1 congratulate you. You may tell 'Bony that I find his apartments at tbe Elysee Bourbon Tery convenient and that I hope be likes mine at Mr. Bakom's. It Is a droll enough sequel to the affairs of Europe that we should change places of residence.' . - MaussA - Til. nl An T mm ... .V lik w... uwa imw w.m. Is GeU seeds now. Lecxnu. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. WE HAVE FOR SALE One of the finest 80 acre farms In Eastern Indiana, located on a good pike and within two miles of a good shipping point This is a model home in every respect. The house is equipped with steam heat, bath, etc. The barn and other out buildings are in keeping with the house. Thorough ly ditched, well fenced. The price is right. We have some other good bargains in farms and city property. WM. H. BRADBURY & SON. 31-2t FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfiild. Kelly Block, sla and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE SO acres, six miles west of Huntington; good orchard, fair house, large barn; will trade for .city property. $0O per acre. Jones & Wilson, phone 1702. FOR SALE Fine little truck farm, close to Richmond. Price $1,G00. Also grand little fruit and poultry farm combined. Price $5,000. Ap ply to J. E. M. Agency, over 6 North 7th St FOR SALE Improved farms, city property and lots. One per cent commission on sales of $500. Kauf man, over 828 Main. Phone 2394. aprl9-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 LOST. WOOL Bring us your wool, highest market price in cash. Clendenin & Co., 257 Fort Wayne Avenue, Rich mond. 24-tf LOST Ladies' Black Silk Umbrella with black and white border, Wed nesday P. M., May 25th, either in Knox's Five and Ten Cent Store or Prof fit's Cafe; finder please return same to Westcott Hotel Cigar Stand. 31-3t WANTS TO BE SPEAKER Washington, May 31. Representa tive Champ Clark of Missouri, leader of tbe democrats of tbe house, said today: "I would rather be speaker of the house of representatives for two years than to be a United States senator for three terms. I am confident that the next house will be democratic and I. am sure hat I have a good show for the speakership." MRS. A. W. HEMPLEMAN ILL Mrs. A. W. Hempleman is reported to be seriously ill at her home, 1215 Main street. She suffered a hemor rhage Sunday afternoon and again yes terday. Her condition is critical. His Quick Wit Savod Him. An ancestor of the great Tolstoy was an officer in tbe Russian army and a great mimic. One day be was imper sonating the Emperor Paul to a group of his friends when Paul himself en tered and for some moments looked on unperceived at the antics of tbe young man. Tolstoy finally turned and. be holding the emperor, bowed bis head and was silent "Go on. sir," said Paul. "Continue the performance." The young man hesitated a moment and then, folding his arms and imitat ing every gesture and Intonation of his sovereign, he said: "Tolstoy, you deserve to be degraded, but I remember tbe thoughtlessness of youth, and you are pardoned." The czar smiled slightly at this speech. ."Well, be it so," he said. Willing to Pay. When tbe British square at the bat tle of Abu Klea. in the Nubian desert was penetrated by the dervishes one of them attempted to spear a gunner who was in th act of ramming home charge. The Briton brained the Su danese, but the rammer bead split on the man's hard skull. Next day the gunner was sent for. Mistaking the reason and knowing from experience that soldiers are charged for govern ment property which they break, he led off: rPlease. sir. I'm very sorry I broke the rammer, but 1 never thought the fellow's bead could be so bard. I'll pay for tbe rammer so as to hear do more of the case." Obedient "Well, my little man." queried the minister who was making a call, "do you always do as your mamma tells you?" "You bet I do." answered the preco cious five-year-old. "and so does papa." Papa Was Seen. - She You wili ask papa, will you not or must 13 He Oh. I have seen him. Fact is. he made the suggestion that it was about time for me to pro pose.; . , Conceited.' Gyer That fellow PufUns reminds me of a ball of twine. Myer Whafs the answer? Gyer He's completely wrapped up In himself. San Francisco Star. Troth Is the highi mar keas. Chaucer. thins asna i WANT AD LETTER LOST The fo!Iowir.3 are replies to Palla dlum Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall In answer to their ads. Mail at this ofr.ee up to IS noon today as fotows: Grocery 6 Lease 1 jV. X H. A. 13. 3 D 1 E 1 L. P 1 W. A 1 C. S 1 Rooms 1 Mall will be kept tor 50 days only Alt mall cot called tor within that time will be cast out REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business mar can secure a fine suburban hom with city conveniences, 3 squares from street car, by phoning 3136. 9 -tl FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf BUSINESS CLASSIFIED ELECTRIC WIRING. Chas J. Davis, Electrician; wiring an( repairing of all kinds. 244 Pear. St. Phone 323U. Richmond, Ind. 20-1 m. STOKE YOUK uOUUo With Atkinson in his fire proof buili ing at 4th and Main. Phone 1945. Open evenings. 2C-7t INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf SHOE SHINING PARLOR. Separate apartment for ladies. 5 cents Riley Roberts, 911 Main st 20-1 m NEW FRUIT STORE. 'i Fresh fruits, candiees, cigars, tobacci . 922 Main. A. DelCarlo. 17-1 ro ROOSEVELT TELLS BRITTONS TO USE THE "BIG STICK" (Continued from Page One.) moving Intellects, there was consider able criticism over what is termed his "Telling England how to run her own affairs, doncher know." The "Big Stick." Col. Roosevelt pleaded for co-operation among the civilized nations that are conquering the "wastes of the world." He branded Egypt as unfit for self government Warming up to his subject, with many gestures he propounded the Rooseveltian doctrine as follows: "When the Egyptians take advant age of your efforts to help them to ward self government and try to bring murderous chaos upon the land, then it becomes the primary duty of the government in Egypt to take measures to establish order. If you have no right to be in Egypt, if you do not want to establish order there, why, then by all means get out of Egypt Otherwise show you are ready to meet the responsibility which is yours. , "When a people treats assassina tion as a cornerstone of government it forfeits all right to be treated as worthy of self government Some na tion must govern Egypt. I hope and believe that you will decide It is your duty to continue to be that nation." City Statistics Deaths and Funerals. REYNOLDS Mrs. Esther A. Rey nolds, aged 58, died yesterday at her home. 1126 Hunt street, Fairview, aft er a long illness. Death is believed to have been due to a tumor of the stom ach. She Is survived by her husband, George Wr., and one son, Roy E. The funeral will be held Thursday after noon at the residence. Burial will be in Earlham cemetery. Friends may call, on Wednesday and on Thursday morning. It is requested that flowers be omitted. Marriage Licenses. Charles G. Frederick, Terre Haute, 24, carpenter, and Miss Agnes I. Belle, Centerville, 21. Harvey Chamness, Richmond, 25, moulder and Miss Florence Elizabeth Bodiker, Richmond, 17, consent of par ents.'. HAZZARD Richard Hazzard, aged 44 years, died last night at the Reid Memorial hospital from a complica tion of diseases. He is survived by his wife Minnie. The body was remov ed to the home of the deceased. 60 Bridge avenue. Hazzard was stricken with an epileptic attack while at work in the moulding department of the Wayne :Works company yesterday morning. The city ambulance was called and for some unknown reason the man was removed to the city JaiL Later, on the advice of his physician. RATES 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. HAIR DRESSER. Miss Leota Steward. 16 S. 6th street has opened her hair dressing par lors. She invites your patronage. Phone 1372, open till S p. in. may25-6mo INSURANCE. MOORE ct OGBORN. Automobile aud Fire Insurance, Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg 13-tf MACHINE SHOP. WANTED All kinds of machine and repair work; am permanently locat ed. 200 N. 9th. W. B. Ward. 13-lmo HATS CLEANED. We clean all kinds of Hats. Shoe Shine, 5c. 622 Maiiv. 12-lmo RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's. It S. Eighth street CIGAR STORE. Fancy candies, tobacco, cigars, good pool table. Millers. 1034 Main. 1-lni 1 AUNORY. )ur work to suit everybody; Vincent Laundry, 404 N. Sth St 17-lmo ART STORE, arcy work and heme baking. Haner's Art Store, 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. 10-tf SHOE REPAIRER. lalf soles 40c, New York repairers. 18 S. Sth St. Phone 1670. 14-imo Shoes half soled 50 cents. Henry Bass 1028 Main. 14-lmo FINANCIAL. Money loaned, low rates, easy pay ments. Thompson, 710 Main St tue&fri tf The Problem. Howell What are you trying to fig ure out? Powell How long it takes my wife's age to 5 ass a given point New York Press. What makes life dreary Is want of motive. George Eliot he was taken to the Reid Memorial hospital for treatment. Hazzard was a member of Co. F 161st Indiana regi ment and served during the Spanish- American war. He was also a Druid. MATHEMATICS. Used to Locate an Aerolite That Ne One Had Ever Seen. Arithmetic, algebra and trigonometry are not romantic, but they may accom plish things whfch greatly impress the imagination. By means of them a pro fessor at Yale university found a few years ago an aerolite that no one bad ever seen. It appears that a photographer in Anson ia. Conn., was occupied in tak ing pictures by the aid of a telescop of a comet which was invisible to thr naked eye. When his negatives were developed one of them revealed tbe fal of a meteor. It was too small an ob ject to attract the attention of th unaided eyes, but its line on tbe pho tograpb indicated that It must hart come to the earth. The picture was shown to an astro nomical professor at Yale. Ascertain ing tbe point of observation and reck oning with tbe aid of tbe data which tbe photograph itself supplied, be made a calculation which proved that tbe meteor must have fallen in tbe neigh borhood of a reservoir some two miles north of Danbury. Conn. There tbe aerolite was found in the very place indicated by tbe calculation. It was oval in form, measured fifteen and a half inches In length, seven and a half inches In diameter and weighed twenty-six pounds. It was sent to the mu seum of Yale university, where it serves not only as an illustration of the nature of the vagrant bodies of the skies, but testifies also to tbe won ders of calculation which it is possible for mathematical science to accom plish. Pittsburg Dispatch. DROPPING ASLEEP. The Way Mother Nature Charms Away Our Censcious.ness. How do we, go to sleep? How does Mother Nature charm away our con sciousness? First of all she throws her spell on those centers of our bodies that preside over tbe muscular sys tem, causing one group of muscles after another gradually to collapse. Thereafter various powers of mind succumb in regular order. First we lose attention and judgment then memory goes, and imagination wan ders away in reveries of its own. Ideas of time and space cease to con trol thought as gentle sleep, tbe nurse of our life, draws nearer. Then comes the turn of the special senses, begin ning with sight Eyelids close, and eyeballs tarn upward and inward, as if to shut out all light tbe pupils con tracting more and more as slumber steals over us. The turn of the ears comes; the pow er of hearing fades away. The heart beats and breath is drawn more and more slowly. Tbe heart beats from ten to twenty times less frequently each minute, or 3.000 times less during tbe night while breathing is not only slower bat much more s hollow than during waking hoars. Temperature falls by perhaps 2 degrees, and the body loses three times less best than when awake. And so at last sleep covers a man all ever sleep that shuts no Both lit Front nd Behind. A police ntagterrate recently learned that it is possible to be back of a per son even if yon are in front of him. The means Of this startling intelli gence was a stout German conductor, witness to a breacb of the peace that occurred aboard his car. "You were ou your platform and yet you say that tbe prisoner was in back of you?" said the puzzled magistrate. "Ya." "Was the prisoner in tbe car?" "Ya." "Weil. then, he must have been In frout of you." "Xelu." said the 11 130 patiently. "I am the conductor." "Then." exclaimed the ma cist rate, "you were on thrar platform. The prisoner wan in the car. Now. bow in heaven's name was he in back of your Tbe conductor smiled sweetly. "My back was turned." he said. Philadelphia Times. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. POPULAR EXCURSIONS Via C, C. fit L. R. R. $6.75 Round Trip to Detroit, Michigan Account of Reunion Grand Lodge of Elks. Selling dates July ?. S, 9, 10 and 11th. Final return limit August 20th. $23.95 Round Trip to Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Account of Baptist Young People's Union of America. Selling dates July 5, 6 and 7th. Final return limit Aug ust 14th. $12.70 Round Trip to Chattanooga. Tenn. Account of National Travelers Pro tective Association.' Selling dates June 10. 11 and 12th. Final return limit 30 days date of sale. $10.50 Round Trip to St. Louis, Mo. Account of American Medical Associa tion. Selling dates June 4, 6, 6, 7 and Sth. Final return limit June 20th. $3.70 m Round Trip to Winona Lake, Ind. Account of National Conference church of Brethren. Selling dates May 30th to June 6th inclusive. Final return limit July 20th. , For particular call C. A. BLAIR, Pas senger and Ticket Agent, Richmond. Home Phone 2062. CHICAGO, CINCINNATI A LOUIS VILLE RAILROAO COMPANY. Ia Kff-t East Ummm April 17. ISIS. L aleaa-a-Clarlaaatl. Statlaas. JLv. Chicagro . , Peru Ar. Iru ..... Marion . . Muncle . . Richmond Ct. Orove rinoinnatl :15a!10:05p l:22p 1:03 l:32pl 2:12a: 2:25p 3:1 8p :40p 5:1 Jp :S0p 3:01a 3:65a S:08a 5:43a 7:20a Vst Boa Statloaa. E.V. ,lacteMtl-CMeas. I S3 1 mm. (Oalr I 8:1 (a I :5S Cincinnati . Ct. drove .. Richmond . Muncle .... Marion . .. . Peru Ar. . . Peru Chlcna-o . . . 8:15jl6:0Op 9.53a 11 :46p !0:31aj2:25a 7:00pil0:Sla 11:4fta 1:40a 8:30pll t :4 I2:41pf 2:3Saf :30p12:41p l:32pj 3:26ail9:30pt l:23p l:42p 3:3a) J 4:42 5:40p J:35a 1 8:40p 12th St. 8ta tion). Through Vestibuled Train betwn Chicago and Cincinnati. Double daily service. Through sleepers on trains Nos. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cin cinnati. Fine buffet service on trains J and 3. Ail trains run daily. For train connections and other In formation call C. A. BLAIR. P. A T. A. -Home Phone 20C2. Richmond. Ind. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond. Ind, May 24th. 1910. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given by the Board . of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 23rd day of May, 1910, they unanimously adopt ed ' ,- . ' Improvement Resolution No. 222-1910 Providing for the construction of a sewer, in the alley north of North I street, from North Sth street to North -10th street. Also In the alley first west of North 10th street, from the alley north of North I street couth to North i street 1 - v The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Monday. June 13th, 1910 as a date upon which remonstrances may be filed or presented by persons interested in. or affected by, said pro posed improvement as above describ ed, and on said day, at 9 o'clock a. nt, said Board will meet at its office for the purpose of hearing and consider ing any remonstrances wkJch may -have been filed or presented, and for -the purpose of - taking final - action thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon all persons. H. M." HAMMOND. ' FRED R. CHARLES, W. W. ZIMMERMAN. 2431 Board of Public tffbrfcavV 1