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"What wii the outcome r
Brainch Offices
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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.
PALLADIUM
You see it now." Boston Herald.
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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.
Waet Ado Colmmmis
CHICAGO, CINCINNATI A LOUIS
VILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.
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TITO RICHMOND PALXADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910.
For Your Coeveeieoce
LIST OF AGENCIES.
Branch offices are located la every part of the city. Leave your
WANT ADS with the one nearest y0i. The rate are the same and you
wilt save a trip to the main office.
South of Main.
BRUEXING, Thirteenth and South
E street.
A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F.
HENRY ROTHERT. 6th and S. H.
North of Main.
QUIOLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N.
EBL
CHILES 8 OK. 18th and N. C SL
WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. O St.
JOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. H St.
RATES
X cent per word 7 days for the price of 6 days. We change adver
tisements sent In by phone and collect after Its insertion.
WANTED.
WANTED FurniBhed house or flat
for summer by young couple. Ad
dress J. C, care Palladium. 31-3t
WAN TEDPoBltibn by experienced
nurse. 821 N. I St. 31-2t
WANTED You to go to Murray Bil
llard parlors for recreation. - 12-tf
WANTED Woman to assist -with
house work on Saturdays. Refer
ences required. Good pay for ex
perienced person. Call 326 Pearl
Street. 27-tf
WANTED Door and window screens
to order, lawn mowers sharpened;
call for and delivered. Brown-Darnell
Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936.
WANTED If you want money In
place of your city property or farm,
go right to Porter field's Real Es
tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and
Main. 14-tf
WANTED Work by married man,
outside preferred. Address H. E.,
428 S. 9th St.
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 now enrolling.
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS
(Furnished by. Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall.
New York. June 1.
Open High
Copper.. .. .. 6S4 68U
American Smelting ... .. ..75 75
U.S. Steel , .. 79 79
, U. S. Steel pfd 117 117
Pennsylvania 132 132
St. Paul .. ..135 135
B. & O. .. .. ; 112 112
New York Central 116 116
Reading .. 157 157
Canadian Pacifio ..195 195
Great Northern .. .. .. .. ..132 132
Union Pacific .................... ..178 178
Northern Pacific .. .. . .12C 126
Atchison ..105 105
' It. it N. -.. .. . .144 144
Southern Pacific .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..121 121
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
(Furnished by Correll and Thompson,
Odd Fellow's Hall.. Phone 1446.)
Chicago, June 1.
. ' ' Wheat
Open High Lov Close
July ... 93 94 93 94
SepL ... 91 92 91. 92
Dec. ... 91 91 91 91
Corn
Open High Low Close
July 'T. 57 58 57 58
Sept. -.. 5S 58 58 58
Dec. :. . . 55 55 55 55
Oats
. Open High .Low Close
July ....564 "37 36 7: ;
Sept. ... 35 36 ' 35 35
Dec. ... 36 36 35 36
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK.
-Indianapolis, June 1.
Hogs Receipts 0,000; prime $9.70.
Cattle-Receipts 17.000: choice $7.So.
J ' Sheep Receipts 000; prime $7.45.
Lambs $8.00.
V ;
PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK,
Pittsburg, June 1. ,
Cattle Receipts light; choice $S.33;
prime $3.00.
Hogs Receipts 25 loads, light; prime
heavies $9.ft5: yorkers $10.00.
Lambs $8.00. :
EAST, BUFFALO LIVESTOCK.
East. Buffalo, June 1.
Hogs Receipts 1,000; heavy $0.05;
yorkers $10.00.
Cattle-None here; market steady;
prime $8.25.
bheepRecelpts 1,800; prime $5.23.
"Lambs $8.75, ; .
Calves-Receipts 280; choice $S.75.
CINfclNNATI LIVESTOCK.
Clnclnantl.' June 1.
Cattle Receipts. 800: shippers $7.50.
Hogs Receipt S3,00Or shippers $9.60:
iLiunba $0.25. . .
P Rtcelpta 000; extra $5.
Central.
QUIOLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and
Main. '
West Richmond.
JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave.
snd West lit.
GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W.
Main.
Falrvlsw.
J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St.
WANTED-A place by a young lady
to make her living expenses while
attending school. Phone 2040 or
1696. l-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-tt
FOR SALE Good 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
ing. 23-t!
FOR SALE Good kitchen steel
range with warming oven and hot
reservoir, cheap. Phone 1674. 27-7t
FOR SALE A, Cadillac, runabout; in
quire 205 N. 20th St. l it
FOR SALE If you want to buy, sell
or trade for a property, see me at
once. I have several choice city
homes and vacant lots to offer. In
surance written. Phone 1814. Tur-
ner W. Hadley, 913 Main.
Phone 1446.)
Low Close
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INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN.
Indianapolis, June 1.
Wheat OSc
Corn 62c
Oats 37c
Rye 78c
TOLEDO GRAIN.
Toledo, June 1. ' "." ,
Wheat $1.07
Corn tiOc
Oat3 3Sc
Clover Seed $6.80
RICHMOND MARKETS.
LIVE STOCK.
Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards.
Best hogs average 200 to
2oO pounds $7.5i$7.73
Common and roughs $7.40(q$7.50
Steers, corn fed $3.50 6.00
Fat Cows 3.50 5.00
Bulls 3.00O 4.00
Fat Bull9 4.00 5.00
Veal calves 5.00 7.50
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
(Omar G. Whelan)
Oats 3537c
Timothy Hay (loose) $15.00
Straw, baled $6.00(3 $&S0
Corn 53c
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
No. 2 wheat .05c
Com 55c
Rye. per ba.. 70c
Bran, per ton ................. S25.00
Middlings, per ton .... ....... $23.00
Clover Seed ............ .$5.00$5.50
RICHMOND SEED MARKET.
(Runge Co.)
Corn .5557
Timothy $2.00(22.25
Clover Seed .............. $5.00$5.50
POULTRY.
" (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb
.............. 1820c
Old chickens, per lb ,lt20c
Ducks .18o
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Creamery butter, per lb. ........ 30c
Report
FOR SALE Electric piano on easy
terms. P. O. Box 218. l-7t
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 (703S3) (6S205.)
Make season on Middleboro pike 2
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 rooms, board; wom
en preferred. 44 S. 12th St. 26-7t
FOR KENT Foroisneu rocais, lieau
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
feb22-tf
FOR RENT Flats, Murray Theater.
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
FOR RENT Furnished room, bath,
phone; private family. 1326 Main.
30-7t
FOR RENT Furnished room with
bath; 30 N. 12th. l-7t
FOR RENT 6 room flat over 918
Main street. l-7t
FOR RENT 5 room house; electric
light; centrally; to reliable parties;
Inquire 404 N. 11th St. . 1-1 1
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
Eggs 17c
Country butter, per lb..... 20c
FLURRY 111 STOCKS
New York, June 1. The govern
ment's injunction against the increas
ed freight rates nearly caused a panic
in railroad stocks in Wall street to
day. St. Paul dropped seven points
and others are trailing, i
The Tricky Fox.
A gentleman while hunting near a
river one winter day saw a fox run
out on the ice and make at full speed
for an opening in the ice where the
rusbiug water of the river could be
plainly seen from the bank, says the
Scotsman. At the edge be stopped,
turned, followed his tracks back to the
bank and then ran some distance down
the stream and sat there. Soon a dog
came crashing out Of the woods, bay
ing finely, hot on the fox's trail. Now,
dogs when on a chase of this kind
trust almost entirely to their noses.
This one was no exception. He ran
along the ice, head down, and when
he reached the hole he could not stop,
but plunged into the water and disap
peared forever. Then the fox trotted
away with every sign of satisfaction.
The Praetsrian Guard.
The Praetorian guard was a select
body of troops instituted by the Em
peror Augustus to protect his person
and consisted of ten cohorts, each of
1,000 men, chosen from Italy. They
had peculiar privileges and when they
had served sixteen years were retired
on a pension of about $500. Each
member of the guard had the rank of
a captain in the regular army. Like
the bodyguard of Louis X1V they
were all gentlemen and formed grad
ually a great power, like the janizaries
at Constantinople, and frequently de
posed or elevated the very emperors
themselves. .
The Dead in India.
Three distinct methods of disposing
of the dead are in vogue in India.
While the Mohammedans inter the
dead, the Hindoos prefer to throw the
bodies into the purifying waters of the
Ganges, and even now there are con
stant infractions of the severe regula
tions framed to suppress this danger
ous practice. The form of funeral
adopted by the Parsees is that of sim
ply exposing their dead at a great alti
tude to the scavenging services cf
crows and vultures.
Procrastinate.
Teacher What is the meaning of the
word "procrastinate?' Pupil To put
off. Teacher Right Illustrate It in a
sentence. Pupil 1 tried to steal a ride
on a street car yesterday, but I was
procrastinated. Toledo Blade.
Not Fussy.
The Missus No; I tell you I object
to giving money at the door!
The Tramp Well, marm, perhaps
youll hand it ont of the window. I'm
sot pertikler. Ladies Home Journal.
Strictly Accurate.
Lawyer So you say the defendant
pushed yon against your, will? Wit
ness No. sir; I said he pushed me
against the door. Batomere American.
Prof fit's Cafe; finder please return
same to Westcott Hotel Cigar Stand.
31-3t
LOST Rubber boot between Carnival
grounds and S. 8th Street car. Re
turn to Country Store, Carnival
Grounds. It
LOST Fancy pin between Muth's
Fish Market and Theatorium 5 cent
show. Call phone 4221; reward.
l-2t
LOST 5 yards curtain goods near
Mashmeyer's, Saturday night. Leave
at Mashmeyer's store or call 3494.
PERSONAL.
Mr. John Hipskind, I would like for
you to remove all your carts, wheel
barrows, and stones immediately
from my lot. 30-2t
FOR SALEREAL 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. Porterfiald. Kelly Block. th
and Main. 6-tt
FOR SALE 80 acres, six miles west
of Huntington; good orchard, fair
house, large barn; will trade for
city property. $90 per acre. Jones &
Wilson, phone 1762.
FOR SALE Pine little truck farm,
close to Richmond. Price $1,600.
Also grand little fruit and poultry
farm combined. Price $5,000. Ap
ply to J. E. M. Agency, over 6 North
7th SL
FOR SALE Improved farms, city
property and lots. One per cent
commission on sales of $500. Kauf
man, over S28 Main. Phone 2394.
aprl9-tf
DEAD SUGAR KINGS
BLAMEDFOR FRAUD
Trial of Charles R. Heike in
New York Led to Tomb
of the Havemeyers.
"ORDERS FROM ABOVE"
UNDER OFFICIALS OF GREAT
TRUST SWEAR THEY MERELY
CARRIED OUT THE WISHES OF
THEIR CHIEFS.
(American News Service)
New York, June 1. The trial of
Charles R. Heike, secretary of the
American Sugar Refining company led
to the grave today, when the blame
for the weighing frauds by which the
government is alleged to have been
defrauded of millions of dollars was
placed upon H. O. Havemeyer and
Theodore Havemeyer, president and
vice president and J. O. Donner and
B. J. Aiattmeson, cnier. renners. an
of whom are dead. Former Superin
tendent Ernest W. Gerbracht, co-defendant,
with Heike, said that all or
ders given and executed came from
the Havemeyers. Gerbracht express
ed ignorance of the statements made
by his stenographer. Miss Viola Mer
tens. He merely transmitted orders
when recetsaA by letter from the Wall
street offices.
Wooed With Music
Among the Yao Midos, one of th
many Burmese - Tartar people, the
young men woo their wives absolutely
without words, but to the sound of
music. On the first day of winter they
have a great feast, at which all the
marriageable girls gather and listen to
the music made by the bachelors, who
sit under the "desire tree," each play
ing his favorite instrument. As the
maiden he loves passes him the youth
plays louder and more feelingly. If the
girl ignores him and passes on he
knows that she will have none of him;
If she steps up to Mm and lays a
flower upon the instrument be jumps
up, grasps her by the hand, taking
care not to drop the flower, and they
go away towthr.
Desert Gsms.
In 1SS& a hunter in the northwest of
New South Wales wounded a kanga
roo. The animal went oflt through the
mulga and the salt bush at a pace too
fast for the hunter to follow and was
soon out of sight. The hunter was a
b ashman and did not despair. He fol
lowed the blood tralL hopeful of a
short search and a speedy bag. At one
point of the pursuit it may be that the
trail grew faint and necessitated a
closer inspection. Anyway the hunter
stooped and picked up a piece of stone.
This he examined. The red spot was
not on it: it was in it. It was not
blood that be saw; it was opaL Such
was the beginning of the White Cliffs
opal Odds.
WANT AD
LETT
The following are replies to Palla
dium 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 office up to i
12 noon today as follows:
Grocery 6 Lease ....... 1
N. A ..1 H. A. B. .... 3
D 1 E 1
L. P 1 W. A 1
C. S 1 Rooms 1
Contractor ... 1 Farm 1
Mall will be kept tor 50 days only.
Alt mall cot called for within that
time will be cast out.
FOR SALE Modern city homes and
other Richmond property. Farm
lands; city property to trade for
farm property. Jons and Wilson,
7th and Main. Phone 1762. 24 tf
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and fire Insur
ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th
and Main. 6-tf
- REAL ESTATE.
A retiring farmer or business man
can secure a fine suburban home
with city conveniences, 3 squares
from street car, by phoning 3136.
9-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
TRUNKS, baggage and packages de
livered promptly by merchants' de
livery. Walter E. Murray, 519 Main
Phone 4201. 27-tf
BUSINESS CLASSIFIED
ELECTRIC WIRING.
Chas J. Davis, Electrician; wiring and
repairing of all kinds. 244 Pearl
St. Phone 323t. Richmond, Ind.
20-lmo
STORE YOUR GOODS
With Atkinson in his fire proof build
ing at 4 th and Main. Phone 1945.
Open evenings. 26-7t
NEW FRUIT STORE.
Fresh fruits, candiees, cigars, tobacco.
022 Main. A. DelCarlo.
17-lmo
City Statistics
Deaths and Funerals.
McCONAHA Mrs. Amanda M. Mc
Conaha died last evening at her.
daughter's, four miles south east of
the city. The body will be taken to
her late home in Centerville on
Thursday where - the funeral will be
held on Friday at one o'clock.
HOLLER The funeral of Mrs.
Mary A. Holler will be held on Thurs
day afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed Klute,
200 South Fourteenth street. Burial
will be in Lutherana cemetery. The
Rev. E. G. loward, pastor of the First
English Lutheran church will officiate.
Friends may call at anv time this ev
ening. REYNOLDS The funeral of Mrs.
Esther Reynolds will be held on
Thursday afternoon at the residence,
1126 Hunt street at 2 o'clock. Burial
will be in Earlham cemetery. Friends
may call on Wednesday evening and
on Thursday morning. It is request
ed that flowers be omitted.
TONEY William C. Toney, age 21,
died yesterday afternoon at his home
three miles south of the city. He is
survived by his father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Toney and a
number of brothers and sisters. The
funeral will be held on Friday at 12:30
o'clock at the residence. Burial will
be in Lutherana cemetery. Friends
may call at any time.
HAZZARD The funeral of Richard
R. Hazzard who died at Reid Memor
ial hospital will be held on Friday
morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's
church.. Burial will be In the cemetery
of the same. Friends may call at any
time at the residence, 60 Bridge av
enue. '
Marriage Licenses.
Glen R. Scott, Greenfield, 28, con
tractor and Miss Edith Doney. Cam
bridge City. 23.
Charles Winner, Hamilton county,
Indiana, 25, dairyman and Miss Ruby
C. Underhill, Jackson township, 18.
Erwin Golden Stephens, Richmond,
24, carpenter and Miss Ruth John
son, Richmond, 20.
GRADUATION ADDRESS.
President R. L. Kelly of Earlham col
lege will deliver the graduation address
at the Tudor Hall school for girls at In
dianapolis this evening.
ADDRESS AT EARLHAM.
"Ultimate Christianity Is the sub
ject on which the Rev. J. Everist Ca
thell, acting pastor of St. Paul's Epis
copal church, addressed the Earlham
college students this morning at
chapel service.
DELAY PROPOSED INCREASE
Washington, June 1. The western
coal carrying roads which had given
notice to the Interstate Commerce
Commission of a proposed increase in
rates on coal from the Indiana fields
to Chicago, to take effect on June L
have postponed the date for the In
crease to take effect to July 23.
ER1BST
HAIR DRESSER.
Miss Leota Steward, 16 S. 6th street
has opened her hair dressing par
lors. She invites your patronage, j
Phone 1372, open till 8 p. m.
may25-6mo
INSURANCE.
MOORE ft OOBORN. Automobile and
Fire Insurance. Bonds, Loans and
Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. BIdg.
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. 522 Maii 12-lmo
RESTAURANT.
The best meals are gotten at Profit's,
14 S. Eighth strnet.
, CIGAR STORE.
Fancy candies, tobacco, cigars, good
pool table. Millers, 1034 Main. 1-1 m
LAUNDRY.
Our work to suit everybody; Vincent
Laundry. 404 N. 8th SL 17-lmo
ART STORE.
Fancy work and home baking. Haner's
Art Store. 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180.
10-tf
SHOE REPAIRER.
Half soles 40c, New York repairers, 18
S. 8th St. Phone 1670. 14-lmo
Shoes half soled 50 cents. Henry Bass,
1028 Main. 14-lmo
FINANCIAL.
Money loaned, low rates, easy pay
ments. Thompson, 710 Main SL
tue&frl tf
SHOE SHINING PARLOR.
Separate apartment for ladles. 5 cents
Riley .Roberts, Oil Main sL
20-lmo
INSURANCE.
MOORE & OOBORN. Automobile and
: Fire Insurance, Bonds. Loans and
. Rentals. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bldg.
13-tf
ENGLAND LABELS
ROOSEVELT SPEECH
"BITTER MEDICINE"
(Continued From Page One.)
be allowed to divert us from consider
ing the substantial truths .of his
words."
The Daily Mail controlled by the
same interests as the Times, takes a
similar stand, saying: "It was up to
Mr. Roosevelt to deliver a smooth, di
plomatic speech on conventional lines
Deliberately he rejected this alterna
tive and said what he thought he felt,
borne may resent bis brusque, blunt ad
monition."
The Importance of the ex-president's
declarations in the view of many Is
expressed by the Daily Express, which
says:
"The speech Mr. Roosevelt made is
already historic. It moves a nation,
an empire, and the destinies of the
world." Then the remarks. drop to an
attack on the government's policy.
Mr. Roosevelt read the comments
with interest today, but neither praise
nor commendation seemed to affect his
attitude. When asked his opinion of
the editorials he merely smiled.
He spent some time at his correspon
dence this morning, and visited the na
tional gallery in the company of Mrs.
Roosevelt, Capt. Arthur Lee and Ce
cil Spring-Rice.
While he had determined not to go
to the Derby, the departure of the
great crowds and all the sights of the
holiday interested him greatly.
Mr. Roosevelt will spend the night at
Worplesdon, Surrey, as the guest of
Frederick Selous, the big game hunter.
Today's luncheon given by the na
tionals was first planned before Mr.
Roosevelt reached England to be held
in the house of commons restaurant,
but that is now closed as parliament is
adjourned. The death of the late king
also led to the determination to make
the luncheon more informal than had
been planned. .
The members of the party. In the
liamentary recess, are scattered all
over Ireland, and Mr. Roosevelt re
quested that they refrain from coming
to London especially to entertain him.
Practically all th lords cam yes
terday, besides Mr. Redmond, John Dil
lon, Joseph Devlin and T. P. O'Connor.
INVENTORY OF ESTATE.
Aa inventory of the personal estate
of the late Matt Shew, the Cambridge
City saloon keeper and politician, who
died about six weeks ago, has been
filed in the circuit court by Frank C.
Mosbaugh, administrator. The estate
was appraised by M. L. Young and
Charles Loeb and the total valuation
was filed at $1.8d6.15. The appraise
ment was one of the longest ever filed
in the court for an estate of such size.
Two hundred and thirty-two ' items
are listed in one division of the ap
praisement while there are forty-six
accounts included in the report, vary
ing in amount from 40 cents to $40.
A claim of the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing Association for $63 was also
filed against the estate. .
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Throuirh Vstibulod Train between
Chicago and Cincinnati. Ioubl dally
service. Through .sleeper, on trains
Not. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cin
cinnati.
Fine buffft service on trains i and z.
All trains run daily.
For train connections and other In
formation rail
C. A. BI.AIR, P. T. A.
Home Phone JOSS. lllchmond. Ind.
POPULAR EXCURSIONS
VlaC, C.&LR.R.
$6.75
Round Trip to
Detroit. Michigan
Account of Reunion Grand Lodge of
Elks. Selling dates July 7, 8, 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, lean.
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, 5, 6, 7 and
8th. , Final return limit June 20th.
$3.70
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 particulars call C. A. BLAIR, Pas
senger and Ticket Agent, Richmond.
Home Phone 2062.
CITY ADVERTISEMENT.
Department of Public Work.
. Office of the Board.
Richmond, Ind., June 1st, 1910.
Notice to Contractors: '
Notice Is hereby given by the Board
of Public Works of the City of Rich
mond. Indiana, that sealed proposals
will be received by It. at its office, at
the hour of 9 o'clock A. M., on Thurs
day, June 16th, 1910, for the following
supply of coal to be furnished the City
of Richmond, Indiana, for the year
ending July 1st, 1911, to-wit: 225 Tons
more or less. Pocahontas, about 5
Tons to be lump, balance Mine run,
to be delivered at City building and
Nos. 1. 3, 4 and 5 Hose Houses.
4,000 Tons, more 'or less, good quality
1 inch, also 2 inch, nut and slack
coal also 6,000 tons . more or less.
Mine run, of the following kinds: West
Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, to be
delivered at the Municipal Electric
Lighting and Power Plant, as Super
intendent of Plant may direct. 60 Ton
more or less, inch lump, Kanawha
or Carbondale, to be delivered at old
Engine House, 6th and South E street,
In S Ton lots. 50 tons, more or less.
Glen Allen lump coal, for the Glen
Park, to be delivered at 8tock yard
switch. North 24th street and railroad.
Specification are on file and may
be teen in the office of Mid Board of
Public Work of the City of Rich
mond. '- " :'. , - -,
The bidders. In submitting proposals
to furnish said coal to the City of
Richmond, must accompany each bid
with a certified check in the sum of
$100.00 as evidence of good faith that
the successful bidders will execute
within ten day from the acceptance
of proposals, contracts and bond sat
isfactory to the Mid. Board. A fail
ure of the successful bidders to enter
into such contracts and bonds upon
the acceptance of such proposals will
forfeit the checks and the sum of
money payable thereon to the city as
agreed and liquidated damage for
such failure.
The Board of Public Works reserve
the right to reject any or nil bids.
Homer M. Hammond,
Fred ft. Charles,
wra. v. XAmHwrnuui, . -Board
of Public Works."
Stat li
June 1-8 -

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