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THE RICHMO?;D PAIAADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. K Branch Off ices 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 o o o o o o 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. WaM Ado Columns wt mi wt For Your Convenience LIST OF AGENCIE8. Branca offices are located In every part of , the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest y0. The ratea fcrf the Mine and you will sat 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 Mcli. QUIOLEY DRUO STORE. 821 N. C St. CHILES A SON. 18th and N. C St. WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. O St. JOHN J. OETZ. 10th and N. H St Central. QUIGLEY DRUO STORE, 4th and Main. Woet Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Rlchmdnd Are. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Palrvlcw. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan 8t FOR SALE R. I. Red baby chicks, Saturday, 12c. Szirkosky; 325 S. W. 1st. ' " ' 17-lt FOR SALE 10,000 square, feet of the very finest blue grass sod. Must be removed at once. Phone 324 any noon or evening. 12-tf FOR SALEHome on payments. 13 per month like rent for a reliable party. Phone 1S14. 913 Main. Turner W. Hadley. 8-tf RATES I x cent .per word 7 days for V:o price of S days. We charge adver tisements sent In by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Washings by well exper ienced wash woman. Address Waehlng, care Palladium. 10--1 WANTED Medium size roll top desk and chair. Call phone 1280. 10-2t WANTED-You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf WAN 1 ED Door and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. Second hand goods at Draper & Sons, Phone 2080. 15-"t roomers, 201$ WANTED Gentlemen S. 11th. , 17-3t WXNTED Position Janitor or any kind of housework. 011 S. 12th st. r . 17-St WXnTED Position by two girls, ho- lei or restaurant Address "2" care Palladium office. ' l"-7t WANTED TO RENT Five room house in South End near factory.. Address or 'phone Nation al Automatic Tool Co. 17-4t WXNTEDTtTi;rTdo"haTf interest in a good manufacturing business for lots in Beallvlew. M. F, G., Pallad tum. 7-1 1 WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfield's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block, 8th ,and Main. 14-tf WOOtr Bring us your wool, highest market price in cash. Clendenin & Co., 257 Fort Wayne Avenue, Rich mond. 24-tt FOR SALE. FOR SALE Household good3. 81G N 8th street. 14-7t FOR SALE Property; seven rooms; large lot; $400 down and $8 per month. 824 N. 11th. 14-7t FOR SALE 100 acre farm, $6,500; 100 acres, $8,500; 200 acres $23,000; 100 acres, $11,000; 110 acres, $10,000; and several others all well located. See Richard Parker. 1033 S. 8th st. 14-7t FOR SALE Cheap, good bicycle; call 215 North 15th street. 16-2t FOR SALE One 20 horse Springfield gas engine very cheap. Glove Co., South 7th and H. 10-3t FOR SALE Oliver typewritetr, used 0 months; bargain if sold at once. 207 Lincoln St. Owner leaving town. 16-2t FOR SALE Great bargain, a Binder, .almost new, a surry, spring wagon, harness in fair condition. No. 832 ;S. 8th. 13-7t Call at our office and let us gave you full description of these farms which are- FOR SALE 13 acres for ..... 6,000.00 24 acres for 2,700.00 51 acres for 8,500.00 57 acres for ........... 7,200.00 65 acres for 6,500.00 80 acres for 8,000.00 9;i acres for 6,500.00 106 acres for 9.000.00 106 acres for 10,000.00 138 acres for 10,350.00 156 acres for . ... 15,600.00 160 acres for 16,000.00 Dye Price Over 901 Main St. 10 and 19 WANT AD LETTER LOST The foUowlia are replies to Palla dium Want Ada. received, at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall in answer to ihelr ads. Mall at this office up to 12 noon today as fntows: A 3 E 1 D 1 Hab 2 L. P. 1 J. C 3 C. S 2 Rooms 1 Contractor ... 1 N. A. 1 P. W 1 Mall will be kept tor 30 days only. Alt mall not cal.'ed for within that time will be cast out FOR RENT Room with board for two women or man and wife. Miss Wolf. 44 South 12th street. 16-7t FOR RENT Flats, Murray Theater. O. G. Murray. 13-tf FOR RENT Large 3 room flat, electric lights. Corner First and Richmond avenue. A. W. Gregg Hoosier Store. 13-3t HAIR DRESSER. Miss Leota Steward, 16 S. 6th street has opened her hair dressing par lors. She Invites your patronage. Phone 1372, open till 8 p. m. roay25-6mo FOR RENT 8 room modern house 212 N. 20th street See John Fitzgib bons, 18 S. 8th. 15-4t -Modern house rooms John Fitzgibbons, 18 S. 15-4t Cor. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stock and fire insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6 tf FOR S ALE Improved farms, city property and lots. One per cent commission on sales of $500. Kauf man, over S28 Main. Phone 2394. June ltf. FOR SALE Choice residence lot first- equare South 12th St Dr. Ew lng. ; v 23-tf FOR RENT and bath. Sth. FOR RENT Seven room house. N. 5th and D. FOR RENT 2 modern houses, one four or five room flat. Geo. B Moore, over 712 Main. Phone 2962 15-3t LOST LOST Baby's patent leather shoe on Carnival ground. 814 S. B. 17-lt FOR SALE Brand new No. 10 Smith Premier Visible Typewriter, cheap. Phone 1074. 15-7t New and second hand goods at Draper & Sons. Phone 2980. 15-7t FOR SALE 4 show cases, will sell cheap. Browers, Oth and Main. 17-2t FOR SALE 50,000 plants. Phone 4000. late cabbage 17-St MERCHANTS DELIVERY Neff & Nusbaum's, headquarters. Phone 4210. Give me a trial. C. E. Deem 15-7t FOR SALE Good gentle mare. 117 N. 10th. Phone 1802. 15-7 . NOTICE FARMERS. . Have purchased the imported draft stallion Garigliano (70383) (68205.) Make season on Middleboro pike 2 miles north of Richmond. Phone 5147E. Edwin Norris. 19-1 mo PATENTS procured, also sold on commission. Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing, Washington, D. C. may22-tf LOST Thursday, purse containing $64.00 and owner's Penn. pass. Re ward if returned to 1725 Main street or nhone 1290. 17-lt LOST A blue coat, Sunday afternoon between Richmond and Elliott's Mills. Please return to 120 S. 15th street or phone 2031 or 2245. 16-3t LOST Monday, nocketbook between Middleboro and Richmond, contain ing between $4 and $3. Return to Haisley's Shoe Store. Reward. 10- LOST Purse containing money, at or in vicinity of Gaar, Scott & Co. Re ward. Phone 3267. 10-: CARD OF THANKS. CARPENTER. For carpenter and general repair work see Samuel C Rhoades, 537 N. 10th st. 15-1 mo ART STORE. Fancy work and heme baking. Haner's Art Store, 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. 10-tf SHOE SHINING PARLOR. SeDarate aDartment for ladies. 5 cents Riley Roberts, 911 Main st. 20-lmo JUNE! The month of roses the sea son when Nature smiles benign lythe time of wedding bells. Beautiful presents for the bride gifts for the bride's maids mementos for the best man favors for the entire galaxy of attendants. . Exquisite articles in gold and silver .richly mounted gems, su perb cut glass, a store full from which to make selections. RATLIFF, The Jeweler. 12 N, Oth St. INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN, Autqmobile and Fire Insurance. Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tl FIRE INSURANCE Turner W. Hadley, 913 Main St REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man can secure a fine suburban home with city conveniences, 3 square; from street car, by phoning 3136. 9-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Ground floor storage. Phone 195t5. 17-14t t uk KfciNT Two nicely furnished rooms on North Thirteenth. Address "C" care Palladium. 17-7t FOR" RENT Double room furnished bath and steam heat for man and wife or two gentlemen. 14 N Oth. 17-2t FOR RENT Front room. 422 N. 14th 17-2t FOR RENT Modern 7 call phone 1572. room house, 16-7t FOR RENT Rooms for rent. Phone 3449 or 3202. 10-7t .1 We thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy for our dear beloved daughter and sistetr through her sickness and death. Eliabeth Mayes Maggie Mayes George Hill W'illiam Hill. 17-lt BUSINESS CLASSIFIED STORAGE. We store stoves and household goods For trems call phone 1778. 1030 Main. W. F. Brown. 10-tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned, .low rates, easy pay ments. Thompson, 710 Main St tue&fri tf ELECTRIC WIRING. Chas J. Davis, Electrician; wiring and repairing of all kinds. 244 Pearl St. Phone 3230. Richmond, Ind. 20-lmo Th Poer titti Boy. Small Johnny Mamma, 1 can't tell a lie. I took a piece of pie from the pantry and gave It to a poor little boy I w ho was nearly starved. Mamma That's right dear. And did the poor little fellow eat It? Small Johnny You bet 1 did. Chicago News. An Indian would not be Interested but you are. HomeGrownPotatoes 45c Bushel Onion Sets 5c Qt. Omer G. Whelan Feed and Seed Store 33 SOUTH 6TH ST. PHONE 1879. P. S. Want to buy sone yel low ear com, will bay sace in crib it haul is net over 8 Giles, nave loose nay tor sale. Oraer G. Ycelaa. RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, 14 S. Eighth street. I h Superfluous. Nothing is cheap which is superfiu ous, for what one does not need it dear at a penny. Plutarch. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Market Reports NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS .(Furnished by Correll and Thompson. Odd Fellow's Hall. New York, June 17. Phone 1446.) Copper. ! American Smelting U. S. Steel .. .. .. U. S. Steel pf d. . . Pennsylvania . , .. St. Paul .. .. .. .. B. ft O. . . New York Central Reading .. .. .. Canadian Pacific . . . . Great Northern . . . . . . Union Pacific Northern Pacific Atchison L. & N. .. .. Southern Pacific . . . . Open High Low Close V;:63& " 64 . 63 64 . . 75 76 " 75 76 .. 77T4 78 77 '.77 ..115 115 115 115 ..131 132 131 131 ..126 127 126 126 ..111 111 ..116 116 116 116 ..154 154 153 154 ..195 . 195 194 194 ..131 131 131 131 ..172 172 171 172 ..125 125 ..104 104 104 104 ..145 145 145 145 ..121 122 121 1 122 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago, June 17. . ,, ' Wheat PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. $S.50 Corn , .DiC RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) No. 2 wheat . .95c Corn 57c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton ...S25.00 Middlings, per ton ...$28.00 Clover Seed $5.00$5.50 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge Co.) Corn 5557 Timothy ?2.003$2.25 Clover Seed $5.00$5:50 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ........... :l820c Old chickens, per lb 1820c Ducks .. ...... ISc COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb. Eggs ....... Country butter, per lb... 30c .20c .20c CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind., June 9th, 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 sixth day of June 1910, they unanimously adopt ed Declaratory Resolution No. 54-1910. For the condemnation and appropria tion of sufficient lots and lands for the widening of West 5th street from Na tional road to the center line of main track of P. C. C. & St. L. Ry Co., more particularly described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the stone at the southeast corner of section 31. twp. 14, range 1, W. near the center of West 5th and Main street; running thence north along the east line of section 31, to the center line of main track of the P, C. C. & St. L. Ry. Co.; thence west 30 Open High Lot Close July . . . .92 94 92 93 Sept. . . .90 91 90 91--! Dec. ... .91 92 91 92 Corn Open High Low Close July . . . .58 5S 57 5S Sept . . . .5S 59 5S 59 Dec. . . . .S6 57 56 57 Oa's Open High Low Close July . . . .36 37 36 .37 Sept. ... .36 36 35 36 Dec. ... .36 37 36 36 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, June-17. Hogs Receipts 12.000; prime $0.50. Cattle Receipts 2,400; choice ?S.23. Sheep Receipts 1,000; prime $4.73. - Lambs $7.00. Pittsburg, June 17. Cattle Receipts light; choice butchers $7.65: prime $8.20. Hogs Receipts SO loads; prime heavy $l).G5; yorkers $9.85;. pigs $10.00. Choice spring lambs $9.00. Sheep Receipts light; prime $5.40. Veal calves $7.23. Lambs $7.25. At Local Theaters EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, June 17. Hogs Receipts 4,450; heavies $9.70; yorkers $9.75; pigs $9.80. - Cattle Receipts 50 head; choice $8.00; butchers $7.!. Sheep Receipts 3,000; prime $5.50. Lambs $S.OO. Calves Receipts 140 head; choice $9.50 CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. i. Cincinnati. June 17. Cattle Receipts 1.SOO; shippers $7.25. Hogs Receipts 3,20; choice $9.35. Sheep Receipts 3,700; extras $4.75. Lambs $8.30. -DURGLARY- . The summer outing season will soon be here, when you will leave your silverware, furs, rugs, paint' Ings and bric-a-brac to the burg lars. "Upon your return, if you find some valuables gone, others destroyed, locks broken, and your pretty home turned into a place of desolation, a draft covering the loss and damage will look mighty good to you. Let DOUQAN & CO. protect you. Phone 1330. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. KNOLLENDERG Room 6, Knellenberg's Annex. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, June 17. Wheat . 97c Corn 62c Oats ....38c Hye ISc At the Murray. "The Eagle and the Girl," that is at the Murray this week, is causing a lot of talk about town as to the manner in which the act is carried on and some of the theories advanced are very amusing. Some say it is a mere illusion, mirrors being used, others say it might be accomplished by wire less telegraphy and still others think; it is an aeroplane. Every one has a chance to advance an explanation but all are assured of a novel act if they witness this one this week at the Murray. Miss Sydney Shields and Co. are pre senting in an excellent manner an interesting comedy sketcn. Tne pa trons of the Murray will be interested in learning that Miss Shields begins a long contract for the Orpheum circuit, her first engagement being at Spo kane. Wash, on the 27th. The Black brothers with music and dancing are always favorites. Faustus, with the mysterious, surprising, the unique Introduces some new tricks in magic The motion pictures add to the com edy of the big bill. The Convention Fund Benefit tickets may be used at tonight's performance and those who have not already availed themselves of seeing the excellent bill this week hasten. Next week a spectacular pan tomime novelty. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, June 17. Wheat . Corn Oats Clover seed .$1.05 60c t m 40C . .$6.S3 tions are on file at the office of the aud itor. DEMAS S. COE, Auditor. jun 10-17 NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Notice is hereby given that the RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Oats . . ...... 3S37c Timothy Hay (loose) $15.00 Straw, baled. .... ....... S6.00Q $6.50 TO ICE CONSUMERS. Now that we have some assurance of summer weather we desire to state to all ice customers that we earnestly desire to give them the very best ser vice that the nature of the business permits, and that we are prepared to do so. To that end, we will take it as a favor If our customers will re port any failure to give such service. either in the matter of proper weight. or in the treatment given by our wag on men, to our city office, No. 13 S. tnh street Phone 2221. - - - RETTIG & JOHNSON. 15-5t feet; thence south parallel with the township, first mentioned line; to the south line of said section 31; thence continuing! south parallel with the center line of West 5th street, to the national road; thence eastwardly to a point distant (29.05) feet perpendicularly east of said center line of West 5th street; thence north parallel with the center line of West 6th street to the south line of said section 31, thence west to the place of beginning. Excepting so much of the above des cribed strip of land as has already been dedicated to the public use, all as shown by a plat of such proposed widening of said West 5th street as above described, and the ground here in proposed to be condemned and ap propriated therefor, are all the lots and lands abutting on said street, to be widened. All as shown by a plat of such territory now on file in the office of the board of public works of said City of Richmond. The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Thursday, July 7th, 1910, as a date upon which remonstrances may be filed or presented in persons interested in, or affected by said pro posed widening as above described, and on said day, at 9 o'clock a. m., said Board will met at its office for the pur pose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which 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, Board of Public Works. junl0&17 Wayne County Commissioners will re ceive sealed bids and proposals for the erection of the bridges and con struction of fills as enumerated below up to Wednesday morning, July 6 at 11 o'clock. Cook bridge and fills, Clay township. (Concrete arch.) White bridge and fills, Franklin township. (Steel span.) Thompson bride and fills, Boston township. (Concrete.) Repairs to William Kimmel bridge, Washington township. Kempton bridge, Center township. (Concrete culvert.) Oliver branch culvert in Jefferson and the remaining one-third In two years from date of sale, and the pur chaser to secure deferred payments by notes drawing six per cent Interest from date and secured by first mort gage on the premises so sold; or, the entire purchase price may be paid in cash, at the option of the purchaser. Said sale to take place on the prem ises, located three and one-half miles north of Richmond, Indiana, on the old Cart road, at the hour of one o'clock, p. m., on said 14th day of July, 1910. when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. No bid will be received for less than two- thirds the full appraised value of said real estate, which is appraised at $12,000. , Dated at Richmond, Indiana, June 9, 1910 T. J. ADDLEMAN, Commissioner. Telephone 5121-C L. E. Kerlin, Attorney for Commissioner. Jun 10-10-23 Buy your supply of Fire Works for the 4th of July. , A complete line in every way. Toys, hammocks, cro quet sets, express wag ons, Indian Play Suits. The Geo. DrebRi Co. 51? Ut!a St Bertsch bridge repairs, Jackson township. Ballenger bridge culvert, Perry town ship. Bids may be made on bridge work and fills together, or bids on fills may be separate and apart from bids on bridge work proper. The appropria tions as made for each structure in clude cost of both bridge and fill. Bids must be presented on forms stipu lated by the state board of accounts and must be accompanied by bonds equal in amount to the sum of the bid. Plans and specifications may be seen in the office of the WTayne County Auditor at any time. DEMAS S. COE. Auditor Wayne County jun 17-24 NOTICE TO BIDDERS. The Board of County Commissioners will receive sealed bids and proposals for coal for court house and jail, on Saturday, June 23, 1910, at 11 o'clock. a. m. Bids must conform with the law in all things. For the court house 500 tons more or less, of mine run of Po cohontas; for the county jail 50 tons, more or less, of Pocohontas lump. The NOTICE. State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss. In the Wayne Circuit Court, April Term, 1910. Lizzie Harvey vs. Louisa Wlggs, et al. No. 15259. Notice of Commission er's Sale. By virtue of an order of sale directed to the undersigned commissioner from the Clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court of the State of Indiana, on a judgment obtained in said court on the 24th day of May. 1910. in favor of Lizzie Har vey as plaintiff and against Louisa Wlggs et al, as defendants, for the partition of real estate named and de scribed In said plaintif fa petition, I will, on Thursday, the 14th day of July 1910, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following real estate, towit: ! The southeast quarter of section six teen 16., township fourteen (14), range one (1), west containing one hundred sixty (160) acres of land; and also twenty (20) acres of land off the south side of the west half of the south half of the northeast quarter of said sec tion sixteen (16). township fourteen (14), range one (1), west, aforesaid; con taining in all on hundred eighty (ISO) acres of land. Said property to be sold upon the following terms and conditions, to- same price per ton must prevail wheth er greater or less quantities than those j wit: One-third of the purchase price stated in bid are ordered. Specifica- j cash in hand, one-thrd to one year. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind., June 9th, 1910 NOTICE TP CONTRACTORS: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. .Indiana, that sealed proposal? will be received by it, at its office, at the hour of 9 o'clock A. M., on Mon day, June 27th, 1910, for the follow ing described public improvements in the City of Richmond, as authorized by the Improvement Resolutions nam ed: " Improvement Resolution No. 221-1910. Providing for a sewer in South A street, beginning at the trunk sewer corner South 6th and A street, runn ing thence west in South A street 24S feet All work done in the making of said described public improvements, shall be in accordance" with the terms and conditions of the Improvement Reso lutions, as numbered, and the detail plans, profiles, drawings and specifi cations which are on file and may be seen in the office of said Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. ' ' .. The bidders, In submitting propos als to make said described public im provements, 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 days from the acceptance of proposals, contracts and bonds sat isfactory to the said Board to do the work of making said improvements. A failure of the successful bidders to enter into such contracts and bonds upon the acceptance of such propos als will forfeit the checks and the sums of money payable thereon to the city as agreed and liquidated damages for such failure. The Board of Public Works reserves the rfght to reject any or all bids. H. M- HAMMOND, , FRED R- CHARLES, W. W. ZIMMERMAN, Board of Public Works. jujoio&n tetasshowyoathe AlasUa Refiioerator Bet Every Way. Dunham's Furniture Store C27-C2 Mala St; I Why Pay More? Piehl & Essenc&cher Fancy and Staple Grocers. We sell everything that is clean and fit to eat 319 N. 5th Phcne 168S DU Y YOUR WINTER SUPPLY OF COAL NOW Prices Low H. C DULLEODICII & SON. PHONE 1235 Accident Insurance E. B. KN0LLEHDERG Room 6, Knollenberfl'e Annex. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.