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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM.. AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, WEDNESDAY, JUXE 29, 1910.
PAGE SEV2t Branch Offices Branch offices arc located in every part of the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. For Yonnr Coeveeleoce LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest y0. The ratee are the same and you jrlll my 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. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 821 N. E St CHILES ft SON. 18th and N. C St WM. HIEGER. 14th and N. 0 St JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St RATES f cent per word 7 days for the price of 6 days. We charge adver tisements sent In by phone and collect after Its Insertion. WANTED. WANTED Students In voice culture; 406 S. 13th. Phone 2228. 29-7t WANTEDGlrl for house work; no laundry or upstairs work; apply 122 , N. 15th. 29-2t WANTED Two young men who de i sire to work to pay for tuition at t Richmond Business College; call at college office. 29-3t WANTED G 1 rl with" experience wants a place in restaurant or hotel. Address R. A., care Palladium. .28-7t WANTED To rent a 6 room single ' house for a family of two. Must be modern and centrally located. Ad- dreBS M. D., care Palladium. 29-3t WANTED You to go to Murray BIT liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf WANTED Door and window screens ' to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED The people of "Richmond to take advantage of our big bar gain, easy payment, magazine of ; f er. Pay for your magazine each , month after you receive them. L. M. Moore, Field Manager for Magazine , service, Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Apprenticeship saved by free work and careful instructions. These ad- WANTED Two young men to dis : tribute circulars. Enquire Room 7, I Grand Hotel, between R': and 7 this evening. WANTED Your last chance to get ; a good price for your old feather beds. I am going to leave the town soon. Please drop postal to J. Sab in. General Delivery or Phone 2296. ; ; 26-4t WANTED Modern furnished room In private family, located east of 10th ' St. and north of Main. Address X 10. Care Palladium. 26-7t Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Correal and Thompson. Odd Fellow's Hall. New York, June 29. Open High Copper.. .. .. C2 62 American Smelting 734 73 U. S. Steel ;. 75; 75 . U. S. Steel pfd. . . ..115 115 Pennsylvania .. .130 130 St. Paul 121 121 B. & O ..10914 109 New York Central 131 114 Reading 151 151, Canadian Pacific 190 191 Great Northern 127 127 Union Pacific 167H 167V Northern Pacific 122 122 Atchison 4 101V4 10114 L.&N 144 144 , Southern Pacifio 119 119 CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago, June 29. ... . Wheat Open High Low July ... 101 101 98 Close 99 Sept .. 101 101 99 100 Dec. ... 103 103 100 101 Corn 1 Open High Low July ... SS 59 58 Sept. ... 59 60 59 Close 5S 60 Dec ... 6S 59 57 59 Oa's Open High Low Close July ... 39 39 3S r,S9 Sept ... 39 39 3S 3S Dec ... 40 40 39 S9 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis, June 29 Hcgs Receipts 8.000; prime $9.30. Cattle Receipts 1,300; choice $7.75. Sheep Receipts 1.600; prime, $4.00. Lambs, $7.00. : PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. ''' BBBSSBS1BSS Pittsburg. June 29. Cattle Supply light, choice $S.00. tbutchers $6.80: prime $7.65. Hogs Receipts 25 loads; prime heavy $9.80; yorkers $9.60; pigs $9.90. Bheep-Supply light; prime 84.30. Voal calves. $9.00. Spring lambs $7.73. f I o Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West 1st . GEO. H. SHOFER. Urd and W. Mala. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St. WANTED Outside work by young man. Call 3012. WANTED Young man as stenograph er in Auto salesrooms; must be able to take care of salesroom work. Ad dress, A. B. C," care Palladium. 24-tf 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 I ii.minu-a wuiic gin iui geueiai house work. Call 303 N. 9th St. 26-3t FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good second hand mod el F, Buick automobile. No repairs needed, newly painted, a good ap pearing car, cheap. See A. E. Wil liams, Auto Inn. 21-tf FOR SALEHome on payments. $15 per month like rent for a reliable party. Phone 1814. 913 Main. Turner W. Hadley. 8-tf FOR SALE Cabbage plants. Albert son. Benton Heights. 24-tf FOR SALE Household goods; prP vate sale. Call 153 Richmond Ave. 28-7t FOR SALE A coal range, good as new; Cheap; inquire 1807 N. E. 25-7t FOR SALE Good top buggy and harness. Phone 3624. 28-7t FOR SALE Spring wagon. See Craighead Plumbing & Elec. Co. 28-2t FOR SALE A good paying Candy stand; reason for selling, party go ing to leave the city.' For particu lars see Geo. Manoosas, Arcade Candy stand. 29-tf FORSALE New rubber tired buggy with open and closed leather top, storm front; 1206 Butler street, Falrview. 29-lt Reports Phone 1446.) IOW 60 70 71 113 128 117 107 111 145 187 124 160 119 97 140 114 Clos 61 71 71 114 129 118 108 113 146 189 125 161 120 98 141 115 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, June 20. Hogs Receipts 3.0U0; prime heavies yorkers $9.05; pigs $9.S5. Cattle Receipts 500 head, prime steers JFS.OO; butchers $7.50. Sheep Receipts 1,400; prime $4.S5. Lambs $8.50. Calves Receipts 25 head; choice $S.OO. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, June 20. Cattle Receipts light; shippers $7.25. Hogs Receipts 3.0O0; shippers $9.30; butchers $9.20. Sheep Receipts light; 13 to 25c lower. iAmbs. 88.83 INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, June 2S. Indianapolis, June 29. Wheat QTVjfi Lorn 59hC Oats , 3Sc. Rye I S3c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, June 29. Wheat .... .... . Corn ...... . Oats.. .. .. Clover seed . . . , ...... 8103 62c . ..40c. $7.00 You needn't offer with tick headache. fndl jresf.on. constipation or any othar troubles ant las' from a disordered stomach. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Papain wOl cor yon and kwp yon wU. Try ft knep it on hand the year aronnd. PALLADIUM o o Wamt Ado HAIR weaving, manicuring, face mas-1 sage and scalp treatment. Shampoo-! ing. 35c. Open of evenings till 8T"1 o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South I Sixth. FOR SALE Invalid wheel chair at 219 N. 17th. 28-7t FOR SALE Bath room fixtures; 113 South 5th. 29-lt FOR SALE Two ingrain and one brussels carpet, three piece parlor suite, mahogany center table. Call between 7 and 11 a. m . 500 S. 10th. 28-2t FOR SALE Large wall tent, bedding and cots, 12 oz. duck. 415 N. 16th St. 2D-lt By the Light of the Silvery Moon Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly and 100 other popular songs, with music, postpaid for 10c. Address WILLIAM A. BROOKS, 2419 Loril lard Place, N. Y. 29-7t John E. Peltz WRITES ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE Fire, Life, Accident, Automobile, Tourist, Floater, Etc. Telephone 1332 and I will call for any thing in my line. John E. Peltz 626 MAIN ST. FOR SALE Handsome side board, cheap, 120 S. 15th, phone 2031. 26-7t FOR SALE Marble mantels and grates complete. Also chandeliers, or trade. Roling's, 5th and Main. 26-7t J. M. Lacey Pawnbroker, 8th and Main. 26-3mo FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE 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 160 acres, good farm; "good water; good barn and fair house; fine fruits, etc. A good gen eral purpose farm, well located, price only $75 per acre. Apply to the J. E. M. Agency, over 6 North Sev enth street. 22-tf FOR SALE Fine building lot, 14th street. R. K. Shiveley. 24 S. 25-7t FOR SALE Six room house, central location; address "W," care Pal ladium. 29-lt RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Oata .. 35337c Timothy Hay (loose) $15.00 Straw, baled $6.00 $6.50 Corn 57c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) No. 2 wheat 95c Corn ...57c Rye, per bu. .....Oe Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $28.00 Clover Seed $5.00$5.50 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge & Co.) Corn 5557 Timothy S2.003$2.25 Clover Seed $5.00$5.5O POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb lS20e Old chickens, per lb lS20c Ducks lSe COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 30e Eggs 20c Country butter, per lb. ...... .....20c Not the Fish He Caught. "Say," said paitmau as he passed the flsh dealer's stand, "send up a couple of nice bass to the house to morrow." A11 right, sir," answered the dealer. "And be sure they are bass," contin ued Baitman. "You see, I'm going er out of town for the day, and er the last time I went I told my wife I was going trout fishing, and you sent UP a salt mackerel. Another error like that on your part and there will be strained relations in my family. See?" Chicago News." " - - I NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, by the un dersigned, Guardian of Thomas W. Hutchens, now deceased, that said un dersigned Guardian, has sold to Milo Cranor, of Williamsburg, Wayne Coun ty, State of Indiana, four shares of bank stock of the First National Bank of Williamsburg. Wayne County, In diana, the same being the four shares of bank stock held by the said Thomas W. Hutchens, at the time of his death and said shares being the only shares of stock ever held or owned by the said Thomas W. Hutchens, issued by said bank. Notice is hereby given. that the certificates of said four shares of bank stock have been lost or misplaced and if any one has said certificates In their possession - they will so notify the said undersigned o o o Columniinis WANT AD ITEI LOST The followli.3 are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this office- Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling tor mail In answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 coon today as fnl.ows: A. A. L 2 Q 1 a Helman ... 1 E 1 A. 1 J. 0. ........ 3 D 1 Two 1 C. S 2 N. A 1 D 1 R 1 A. B. C 1 E. B 1 X. 10 4 Mall will be kept lor SO days only. Al! mail not called foi within that time will be cast out. FOR SALE Farm 85 acres, oneile west of Webster. L. H. Schepman, administrator of the estate of Mary E. Schepman. mon-wed-fri FOR SALE Choice residence lot, first equare South 12th St. Dr. Ew ing. 23-tf FOR SALE Seven room house, bath; hot water heat, electric light, both waters; gas. $2S75. 308 Rich mond avenue. 25-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnish ed rooms suitable for light house keeping in entirely new modern house. 105 North 4th. Phone 1612. 21-tf FOR RENT Ground Phone 195G. floor storage. 17-14t FOR RENT Flats, Murray Theater. O. G. Murray. 13-tf FOR RENT 5 room flat with electric light and bath, corner 1st and Rich mond ave. See A. W. Gregg at the Hoosier store. 26-4t FOR RENT Front room with private entrance. Call at 19 N. 9th. 28-2t FOR RENT Furnished rooms and rooms for light housekeeping; also barn, 306 N. 14th. 28-7t MISCELLANEOUS. STOLEN OR STRAYED Young shep herd dog, white legs and feet. An swers to name of Fred. Reward. J. B. Colvin, R. No. 8 City. thurs-mon-thurs We write a general line of insurance. Fire, Life, Liability, Burglary, Plate Glass, Accident and Health. Our companies are the very best. Our policies the most liberal, and afford the greatest possible protection. We have farm and city property for sale. We give prompt attention to all business entrusted to us and so licit your patronage. Won. H . Bradbury & Son 29-lt Guardian. Please direct your commu nication to Abraham Sheely, Winches ter, Indiana. , ' ABRAHAM SHEELY, Guardian. 22-29-6-13 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE The' undersigned, administrator of the estate of Charles N. Street, de ceased, hereby gives notice that by vir tue of an order of the Wayne circuit court, he will, beginning at the hour of 2 o'clock, in the afternoon on Sat urday, July 30, 1910. on the prem ises, No. 803 North 10th street, in Richmond, Wayne county, Indiana, offer for sale at public sale, unless be fore said date and hour the same or some part thereof shall have been sold at private sale, (notice of which right to sell at private sale is hereby given) all the interest of the decedent in and -to any or all of the following described tracts of real estate respec tively, to-wit: Lots numbered five (5) and six (6) in the additfon to the city of Rich mond laid out by Clayton Brown, Sen., and Samuel C. Brown, lot No. five (5) being forty (40) feet front and one hundred and ninety (190) feet deep, and lot No. six (6) being sixty-five (65) feet front and one hundred and ninety (190) feet deep, fronting on the Richmond and Newport turnpike (now North 10th street) all in section thirty three (33), township fourteen (14), range one west, in Wayne county, In diana. Said real estate will be sold free and discharged of all liens, and subject to the approval of the Wayne Circuit court, and for not less than the' full appraised value, if sold at private sale, and for not less than two-thirds of the full appraised value if sold at public sale. Said sale will be for cash. Sale begins at No. S03- N. 10th street. FRANK L. STREET. Administrator. A. C. LINDEMTJTH, F. M. CONNER, Attorneys. ' dly 29-6-13-20 AN ORDINANCE Providing for a license upon vehicles used upon the streets, alleys and pub lic places of the city cf Richmond, Indiana, the manner of obtaining the same, and providing penalties for the enforcement of the same. Also for the publication thereof and the date when same shall take effecL '. Section 1. Be it ordained by the Common Council of the City of Rich mond. Indiana, that the owners of all 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. ATTENTION FARMERS? FERTILIZERS! SAVE MONEY by buying your Fertilizers direct from the manufacturer. "CUT OUT THE MIDDLE MAN" There is no better Fertilizer than ours. All our Nitrogen is from ANIMAL MATTER which is nature's best plant food. Our prices are from $1.00 to $3.00 per ton lower than any agent can make you and on top of this we give fc 5 per cento DSsconnet for cash or take approved notes at 6 per cent interest. Compare our goods with any others for analysis, price and mechanical condition, and we will be sure of your order. Come and see our DIFFERENT FERTILIZERS and get our prices. Place your order early for future delivery, this we will guarantee you good service when the rush comes. Clemideinile Fertilizer Co0, Office, 257 Ft. Wayne Ave., Richmond. Factory, 1 miles north of city on the RUGS Made from old Carpets. Call F. Fly of Chief Rug Co. of Indianapolis. Phone 2296 at Central Hotel; call early as we are only here for a few days. 28-3t LOST LOST support for wagon seat. Please phone Jones Hdw. Co. LOST Gold watch, silver fob, be tween 8th and 13th north of rail road. Call 2250. Reward. LOST Scotch Terrier, black body with white breast and tan legs; re turn to 511 North 16th St, liberal reward. 29-lt BUSINESS CLASSIFIED LAUNDRY. Our work suits everybody. Vincent Laundry, 404 N. Sth St. 22-lmo ' ELECTRIC WIRING. Chas J. Davis, Electrician; wiring and repairing of all kinds. 244 Pearl St. Phone 3231. Richmond, Ind. 20-lmo ART STORE. Fancy work and heme baking. Haner's Art Store, 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. 10-tf INSURANCE. We write a general line of Insurance. Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Prompt attention given to all business. Moore & Ogborn, Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg. 22-tf vehicles, used upon the streets, alleys and public places of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, shall pay annual li cense fees as follows, to-wit: (1) On each wagon or truck drawn by two horses or more, and used for heavy hauling, that is, for hauling coal, brick, stone, sewer pipe, til ing, clay and shale products, earth, sand, cinders, ashes, garbage, building material, ice, saw logs, lumber, iron, steel, steam boilers, machin ery and intoxicating liquors. $3.00 On all such wagons or trucks so used and drawn by one horse $2.00 On each one-horse oil wagon. $2.00 On each two-horse oil wagon. $3.0O On each sprinkling wagon $3.0J On each moving car or van. .$3.00 On each express wagon $2.00 On each milk wagon $1.50 On each delivery hack or wa (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) gon drawn by one horse $1.50 (10) On each delivery hack or wa gon drawn by two horses. . .$2.00 (11) On each one-horse dray. $2.00 (12 On each two-horse dray $3.00 (13) On each bus, cab, coupe, hack or omnibus drawn by two horses or more $2.00 (14) On each buggy, coupe, sur rey, sulky, bus, cab, hack, driving cart, or buckboard drawn by one horse fl.SO (15) On each buckboard, buggy, coupe, surrey, sulky, driving cart, drawn by two horses. . .$2.00 (16) On each vehicle drawn by two horses not hereinbefore mentioned $3.00 (17) On each vehicle drawn by one horse not hereinbefore men tioned $1.50 (IS) On each automobile, locomo bile or similar vehicle design ed for two persons or less. . .$3.00 (19) On each automobile. locomo bile or similar vehicle design ed for more than two persons. J3.00 and $LOO additional for each person that said vehicle is designed for. (20) On each autemobile truck and delivery automobile, locomo bile or similar vehicle $5.00 (21) On each motorcycle $1.50 (22) On each bicycle, except those used by children under four years of age.. -50 (23) On. any vehicle not embraced in the above schedule....... $L50 (24) For each riding horse....... $1.00 It shall be lawful for any one to use two or more license tags on one ve hicle, or upon animals drawing said vehicle, provided that the amount In license fees represented by the several Stags, shall aggregate an amount cot lies than the regular license lee for RATES If you do Union Pike. tue&frllmo REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man can 'secure a fine suburban home with city conveniences. 3 squares from street car, by phoning 3138. 9-tf SHOE REPAIRER. Half soles 40c, New York repairers, 18 S. Sth St. Phone 1670. 21-lmo RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's. 14 S. Eighth street STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and his fire proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th and Main street. junel8-tf CARPENTER. For carpenter and general repair work see Samuel C. Rhoades, 537 N. llrth st. 15-lmo BATHING. Richmond's greatest amusement place. The up to date bathing pond for ladies and gentlemen, .cool, fresh water, bathing suits, all accommo dations. Open until " 10 o'clock p m. You are invited. Follow the path north from the Glenn. 26-7t FERTILIZER. Attention Farmers. Save your money by buying Fertilizers of a man who .understands them thoroughly. Phone 5150D. 26-tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned, low rates, easy pay ments. Thompson, 710 Main St tue&fri tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. the vehicle so used. Whenever the total license fees for licenses applied for by any person at any one time amount to $10.00 and less than $15.00, said applicant shall be en titled to a discount of 10; if such fees amount to $15.00 and less than $20.00, he shall be entitled to a dis count of 15; if such fees amount to $20.00 and less than $30.00. he shall be entitled to a discount of 20, and if such fees amount to $30.00 or over, he shall be entitled to a discount of 25. Section 2. No license shall be re quired on vehicles belonging to any person or persons living without said city, if such vehicles are used exclus ively as family conveyances, or for bringing to market or to a fixed point of delivery, any produce or provisions of the owner's own raising, but a li cense shall be paid on all vehicles be longing to any person or persons liv ing without said city engaged in huck stering and marketing produce into or from said city, or belonging to persons engaged in farm gardening or huck stering, or -hauling goods or merchan dise to or out of said city: all vehicles belonging to any person or persons without said city engaged in manufac turing within or without said city and used in the hauling of goods or mer chandise to or out of said city: all ve hicles belonging to any person or per sons without said city and employed or engaged in business in said city and used in going to and from their sever al places of employment or business: and all vehicles belonging to any dairyman or manufacturer of brick, or belonging to any person or persons liv ing without said city engaged In sell ing or delivering ice: such owners or the lessees of the above mentioned ve hicles shall pay an annual license fee upon their vehicles used upon the streets of said city as set forth and described In Section one (1) of this ordinance. Section 3. That any person included in the provisions of this ordinance de siring to use the streets of said city shall pay or cause to be paid to the City Treasurer, for each vehicle, the license fee as herein provided, taking his receipt therefor. Said person shall then file his receipt, together with an application signed by himself, with the City Controller of said city, which ap plication shall contain a fall descrip tion of the vehicle for which a license is desired, the name of the owner and the use to which said vehicle Is to be put Said Controller shall then issue to such applicant a license for the ve hicle in such application described, which shall authorize the holder there of to use the streets and alleys with such vehicle for the period covered thereby, i The licenses issued hereun der shall be numbered consecutively from one upward, and each license shall contain its appropriate number, the date of Its issue, the time of .Its expiration, the name and residence or place of business of the licensee, the amount paid therefor.' the kind of ve hicle that may be used thereunder, and shall contain a reference to this or dinance. ' The Controller shall make, in a book' to be kept by him, an entry of all li censes issued, which shall contain the particulars above mentioned, and a margin shall be kv-pt upon which to note any transfers of licenses. The Controller shall at the time such li cense is issued, also Issue to such ap plicant a tag containing the same num ber as that borne by the license. The tag shall, when the vehicle which is covered by said license, is in use, be attached and displayed in a conspicu ous place on the left-hand side of the vehicle, or upon the left-band side of the harness on the animal attached to s&id vehicle, it it be of the class drawn by animals. License tags shall only be used on vehicles or animals belonging to the party in whose name the license U issued. Any one permitting license tags to be used otherwise, as well ma the party using the same, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and both be subject to punishment in the manner hereinafter provided. The license tags shall be of different colors, each color to repre sent the amount of the license paid and no two colors shall represent the same amount, and the Mayor shall designate the amount to be represent ed by each color. The tags shall not be mutilated and when advised by an officer of the Police Department thai a tag is no longer In a satisfactory con dition for the purposes intended, the holder shall procure a new tag from the Controller in exchange for the old one, which shall be furnished at actual cost. Said tag shall always be kept clean and in such condition that th numbers thereon shall be plainly visible. Section 4. All licenses Issued undei the provisions of this ordinance shall be for the period of one year, xcept at hereinafter provided, and shall expire on the first day of September next af ter the Issuance of the same; provided, that persons not subject to the provis ions of this ordinance on the first day of September of any year, but who shall thereafter become subject there to, shall pay pro rata for the balance of the year ending September next ensuing. But persons who are subject to its provisions on said first day ol September, and who neglect or refuss to take out such license on said Aral day of September, but who shall there after take out the same, shall pay th full fee for the year, and such license shall bear the date from the first day of September last past to the first daj of September next ensuing. Section 5. The City Controller ol said City Is hereby authorised to pro cure such tags In such numbers and ol such form, size and character as may be deemed sufficient and. suitable tot such purpose. If the owner of any ve hicle to whom such license shall have been issued shall sell or otherwise transfer such vehicle so licensed to any other person, the person holding such license may have same transferred to such other person upon application to the Controller of such city, and. such Controller shall endorse such transfer on the back of such license to the per son who shall become the owner of such vehicle, who shall have the light to use the same, together with said' tag during the remainder of the period for which said license was issued. The Controller shall note such transfer up on his aforesaid record of said license to be kept by him, which note shall state the date of such transfer and the name and residence of the person to whom the same shall have been made. AM no person using such license and tag as the aslgnee of another shall en joy any rights under the same or Im munities from the penalties of this or dinance, unless such transfer hall have been made in the manner above provided, but he shall be liable to the penalties of this ordinance as for using an unlicensed vehicle. Section 6. The owner of any vehicle which by the terms of this ordinance should be licensed to be used upon the streets of this city, who uses or per mits same to be used upon said streets without a license having been obtained therefor, and without having upon said vehicle or upon the harnes of the animals attached thereto, If drawn by animal power, the tag or number here in provided for, shall be guilty of an offense and upon conviction shall b punished as hereinafter provided. Section 7. That any person who shall use or ride In any vehicle upon the streets of said city, for which, by the terms hereof, a license should be ob tained, without such license having been obtained, or without having upon said vehicle or upon the harness of the animal attached thereto, if drawn by animal power, the tag or number herein provided for, shall be guilty of an offense and upon conviction - shall be punished as hereinafter provided. Section 8. That the money arising from said license fees shall be paid In to the City Treasury and shall be ap plied to the maintenance and repair of the streets and alleys of the said City of Richmond and to no other purpose. Section 9. Any person, firm or cor poration, who shall violate any of tha provisions of this ordinance, or who shall, after the taking effect of this ordinance, drive or propel, or cause to be driven or propelled on the streets and alleys of the City of Richmond, any vehicle which, under the terms of this ordinance, requires a license, with out first having procured such license, -as hereinbefore provided, shall be fin ed in any sum not less than One ($1,001 Dollar, nor more than Twenty-five-($25.00) Dollars." and each day's con tinuation in violation of this ordinance) shall constitute a separate offense. Section IO. This ordinance shall taka effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication once each week for two consecutive weeks In tkm Richmond Palladium and Sua Tele gram. Signed and approved by me this 20th day of June. 110. .-. W. W. ZIMMERMAN. Mayor. Attest B. A. Bescher, City Clerk. Jun2JJul&.