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HAY PRICE HIGH 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. QOALIiriS POOR 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. i Fields Are Full of Weeds Be cause of the Damp . Weather of Spring. THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU3I AND STJN-TELEGBAM, FRIDAY, JULY 22. 191. . ...PALLADIUM..." Wamit Ado Colinmnies For Your Convenience LIST Or AGENCIES. Branch offices are located la every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the on nearest jro The rate are the same and you will my a trip to the main office. tenth of Main. BR17ENINO, Thirteenth and South B street A. W. BUCKWEDEI 8th and S. P. HENRY ROTHERT, Cth aad 8. H. North ef Main. QUIOLXT PRUO STORE. S21 N. E RL CHILES SON. 18th and N. C St WM. HIEOER. 14th and N. O 8t JOHN S. OETZ, 10th aad N. H 8t RATES X eent per word? days for 'ha price of 6 days. We charge adver tlaemeitts sen In by phone and collect after Its Insertion. WANTED. WANTED To buy or rent place of 1 to 2 acres near Richmond; price must be right. Address F. L. O. Substation No. 1. It WXNTEDSItuatlon as housekeeper. 445 8. 10th street. 2-'-It TvTNPnffD Todo your cleanlnTwIth a Vacuum Cleaner. Rates 5ic per hour. W. II. Mulholland. Phone 2.-U8. 'Shit WANTEtCWaihlng or plain sewing". 208 North 2nd street. 20-3t WANTED Two young men to work for tuition In Richmond Business College. Phone or address L. B. Campbell, Mgr. 21-4t .T7XNTEDTo b'fd on lawn fenco, trellis and arbor work. Walk, drlvo and farm gates In stock. Any slse made to order on short notice. Or der direct from us, If your hardware dealer doesn't handle our good. 22nd and North E streets. Phone 8751. Eureka Mfg Co. 21-2wks-eod WANTED Place to work. No washing Call 237 8. 12th. 212t WAMTfo buy, hire or feed" a" gen ' tie horse for light afternoon work. Call 212 8. 14th. 21-tft JANTED By August 1. a house of5 or 6 rooms. Oeo., Palladium office. WANTKDif you want money In place of your city property or farm, to right- to Porterfield's Real Es tato office,' Kelley Block,' 8th and Main. 14-tf t7AT5tfTr5Copy of MarcOetnTPliase leare at Palladium office. 9-tf Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall. , New York. July ,22. Open High Copper.. .. .. 60H . 60 American Smeltlpg 68 ,68 U. 8. Steel ; " 68 69 U. 8. Steel pfd. 1154 1154 Pennsylvania .. 127 127 St Paul 122 122 B.AO 108 108 New York Central 113 113 Reading 139 140 Canadian Pacific 184 184 Great Northern .. ..124 124 Union Paclflo 160 161 Northern Paclflo 117 117 Atchison 98 98 UN 139 139 Southern Paclflo 112 113 CHICAGO. CHICAOO ORA1N AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow' Hall. Phone 1446.) Chicago, July 22. Wheat Open Hlrh Lot Close July ... 109 109 108 10S ept .. 107 107 105 105 Dec. ... 109 109 108 108 May ... 113 113 111 111 Corn Open High Low ... 61 62 61 . ... 63 63 62 ... 61 61 59 ... 63 63 61 Oa's Open High Low ... 42 42 41 ... 39 39 39 ... 40 40 40 ... 42 42 42 Close 61 62 59 61 . Close 41 39 40 42 July Bent. Dec. Mar July B09t. Dec; May 1HPIANAP0L1S LIVESTOCK. Indianapolis. July 22. HocsRecetpts V10: prime $n.. Cattle Receipts 2.10; choice $7.30. Sheep Receipts 4v; prime $3.75. Lambs $0.50. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Bssaaassssai Pittsburg, July 22. CattleReceipts light; choice $8.00; prime $7.tt; butchers $tL0a Cheep Receipts light: prime $4.70. Hogs Receipts 10 loads; prime heavy (3.70; yorkers $9.50; pigs $9.00. Veals $10.00. Spring lambs $7.00. ?- TOLEDO GRAIN. Ttledo, July 22. fTTieat $1.07 Con.. C5c Oats .. .. ..- .. .. 43c .. .. .. .. .. ..... .$7.70 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Mala. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Are. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER. rd and W. Main. Palrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St. WANTED Door and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered. Brown-Dar-nell Co.. 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED You to go to Murray Bll liard parlors for recreation. 12-tf WANTED Situation as stenographer Address "S" care Palladium. 18-7t WANTED Man to work on farm for few weeks. Must be handy. Ad dress "L" Palladium office. 18-7t WANTED Bread baker at 8 S. 11th St. 7-tf WANTED For light housekeeping 2 or 3 furnished rooms, down stairs. In good neighborhood. I will furnish all cooking utensils, oil stove and table linen if necessary. Will need rooms until after Christmas. Call or address W. P. Wandelle, 112 S. Third. 21-2t FOR SALE. FOR SALE Range cheap. 308 S. 12th street. 20-3t FOR SALE Eleven pairs of shutters, good condition. 232 Richmond ave nue. 20-7t FOR SALE Old boxes, barrels, etc. Would make good kindling wood. Inquire Joe's Place, 203 Ft Wayne ' ave. 15-tf FOR" SALE or exchange Orange, tig, corn or rice land, near Houston, Tex., for good city property, or a , good farm. Telephone 3218. 22-lt FOR SALE Edison Phonograph, sev-enty-flve records. Call evenings ex cept Saturday. 17 Westcott Block. 22-3t Reports Phone 1446.) 1m Close 58 64 66 114 127 120 107 111 137 179 122 157 116 96 137 "0 60 65 67 114 127 . 121 108 111 138 182 122 158 117 97 137 110 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, July 22. Cattle Receipts 50 head; prime steers $S.00; butchers $7.25. Sheep Receipts 000; prime $5.25. . Hogs Receipts 2.500; yorkers $9.50; pigs $!.S5; heavies $9.00. Lambs $7.75. Calves Receipts 700 head; choice $11.25. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, July 22. Cattle Receipts 800; shippers $7.00. Hogs Receipts 2.000; butches $8.90. Sheep Receipts 3;R; extras $4.10. Lambs $7.25. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, July 22. Wheat $1.04 Corn tk$c Oats 4c Rye 7Sc RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAT MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Oats 35387c Timothy Hay (loose) $1S.0C Straw, baled. $0.O0Q S6.SO Corn 57c Wheat, per 100 pounds $1.85 RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller UIUs) No. 2 Wheat .$1.00 No. 3 Wheat 90c Corn ........57c Rye. per bu.... .............70o Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton 1. $28.00 Clover Seed $5.000 $5.50 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Rang m Co.) Corn ....5557 Timothy ...... 92.00e$2-23 FOR SALE Six room bouse with bath, furnace and electric light. $2,300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf FOR SALECity property a specialty. Turner W. Hadley, 913 Main. 10-7t FOR SALE 6 room modern cottage and good barn; also 7 room modern house .ith barn. Phone 3143. 17-7t FOK SALE Choice residence lot. flnt equare South 12th St. Dr. Ew fng. 23-tf FORT'S A LEGood house and large barn; fruit; N. 12th street. Trade for vacant lot or what? Address "Trade," care Palladium. 18-7t PUBLIC SALE 5o acre farm; good buildings: fruit and two miles north Brownsville, known as the Cunning torn homestead, August 2, 2 "p. ni. A. O. Dering, Auctionerr. 12-18-25 J. M. Lacey Pawnbroker, 8th anil Main. 26-3mo 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 FOR SALE or trade for Richmond property, two modern houses In fine location in Indianapolis, very at tractive. Address P. O. box 67, Rich mond, Indiana. . jly9-tf FOR SALE Runabout automobile, 1150; 106 S. 7th St. juljjp-tf FOR SALE Forty squares of fine sod, must be removed at once. Call phone 3234. 3-tf FORS ALE Household goods at 007 N. I. . lS-7t HAIR weaving, manicuricg, face mas sage and scalp treatment Shampoo ing, 35c. Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South Sixth. may2o-6mo FOR SALE 50 head 50 lb shoats, 10 head half fatted stock hogs, will av erage 180; 10 head 225 lb brood sows - due to farrow within -12 days; 14 head eligible Duroc due to farrow within 10 to 40 days. Modest prices take all now. Will deliver them. Leo Polley, l 'mile south of Hollans burg, O. 21-4t FOR SALE OO acres, mostly fer- tile first bottom soil; good house, barn, etc. 2 miles of river front; af fording finest of fishing, etc. An nual Income ' from this farm over $4,000. Where can you beat it? Price only $55 per acre. Seekers iu bargains In productive lands should r seek. me. J. E-M.; Agency, over 0 North Seventh : Street, Richmond, Indiana, y 21-tf FOR-SALEMotorcycle. .203 N. 20t Phone 3720. Omer Hodge. 21-2t Clover Seed $5.O0$5.5O POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb 1820c Old chickens, per lb 18 20c Ducks ISc COUNTRY PRODUCE. . Creamery butter per lb 30c Eggs .;. .ISc Country butter, per -lb... ......... 20c DISPUTE Oil POSTS City Engineer Fred Charles has found that several stone base posts of the new Second National bank build ing will project several inches onto the streets. Bank directors have been notified of the condition and ordered to remedy it immediately. Although no trouble will likely occur. S. W. Gaar, an official of the bank, states he does not believe the city can pre vent the . posts being placed project ing on the street Mr.- Gaar said a number of other buildings in the city are built in the same way. "The stone steps of the Y. M.; C. A "he said, "extend about four feet onto the side walk. WILL INVITE BRYAN Indianapolis, July 22. The demo cratic state organization today decided to Invite W. J. J3ryan to make cam paign speeches in this state this year. After a conference of the campaign committee, state candidates and con gressional candidates here today, Sam uel M. Ralston, chairman, made the announcement that State Chairman Jackson will send the Invitation to Bryan. ff T DAY" Plans are about perfected for tbe Methodist rally day on the Chautau qua grounds, Thursday, August 25. The enthusiasm of the members of the different churches promises to mak5 this a great day. Bishop . McDowell, known as one of, the' most eloquent platform speakers of the day will prob ably be the main speaker Another great feature arranged for is an old time basket dinner, the different churches of the county participating. Writers say Indiana cooks cannot be surpassed. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby - given' ; that the Wayne Circuit Court has 'appointed tho undersigned administrator of the estate of Charles A. Harris, deceased. Said estate Is probably solvent Enoe T. Veal. Administrator. BenJ. F. Harris, Attorney. - -; ., .. ' - . - . July 15-23-W METHQDiS WANT AD LETTER LOST Tbe foMowKj arw replies to Palla dium Want Ada. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by callinc for mall in answer to their ads. Mall at thla off.ee up to 12 noon today a tot,ovs: J. M. .... 2 F. H. A 1 ri. Helman ... 1 J. C 2 J 1 II . 10 1 H. E. G 1 A. B. C 3 Trade 1 R. A 1 T. H. A 2 II 1 A 1 S 1 Man will be kept tor SO days only. Alt mall cot exile 1 foi within that time win be cast out FOR RENT Furnished rooms, moder ate rates, electric light and bath for . gents only at the Grand. jly5-tf FOR RENT Flats, Murray Theater. O. G. Murray. 13-tf 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 Furnished room, all modern conveniences, with or with out board. 118 S. 3rd. 16-7t FOR RENT Flats, 26 North Eleventh street 3-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, 26 S. 7th. 16-7t MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE For sale or rent; a new busi ness room 22x08 In good location. Business is not overdone. Box 155 Fountain City, Ind. eod-7t FOUND A Scotch collie. Call phone 3017. 22-lt Repairs we can't make AINT Ward Machine Shop. 830 N. B St. PATENTS procured, also sold on commission. Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing, Washington, D. C. may22-tf FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Improved farms, city property and lots. One per ceit commission on sales of $500. Kauf man, over 828 Main. Phone -2394. June ltf. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss: In the Wayne Circuit Court, April Term, 1910. Ex parte Eldo A. Cain, et al. Petition for Drainage. To John G. Clark and Nellie Savory. You are Tiereby notified that I and others, have filed in the office of the Clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court a pe tition for drainage of certain real es tate In Wayne County, State of Indi ana, being in Sections 29, 30 and 31, and Township IS, Range 13 East. It is believed that said drainage can be best and most cheaply accomplish ed by a ditch and drain beglnnig at or near a point about 20 rods north of the south line and 80 rods west of the east line of northeast quarter of Sec. 30, Twp. IS, Range 13 East, and ex tending in a southerly direction across the southeast quarter of said Section 30, and continuing in a southerly di rection across the northeast quarter of Section 31, Twp. 18, Range 13 East, to a point about 20 rods north of thi south line of said northeast quarter of Section 31; thence in an easterly di rection to a point about 30 rods weet of the east line of said quarter section. You are further hereby notified that said petition will be docketed for hear ing in said court on the -15th day of August, 1910. Dated this 20th day of July, 1910. ELDO A. CAIN et al.. Petitioners. A. M- Gardner, Attorney. dly-jul 21-22 CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board, Richmond, Ind., July 21, 1910. To Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board -BURGLARY- 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 DOUGAN eV CO. protect you. Phone 1330. His Autobiography Just received at Nicholson's. Large 12 Mo-, 420 pages, sixteen illustrations. See window. Prioe $130 net. NICHOLSON A BRO. 729 Main St. mALLEN I 1 jay... -hi LOST LOST Two bay horses from the farm of John W. Manning: age 5 and 15 years; weight 1U70 and 1R. Reward for any information regarding same. Phone or mail John M. Manning, Economy, Ind. 20-3t FOR RENT. FOR RENT 2 up stairs rooms for light house keeping. 202 N. 7th. 22-3t FOR RENT 3 room house, screened porch. Electric light. Both waters in house. Large lot. Phone 4249. 22-3t FOR RENT Small place on Asylum Ave. Inquire 224 N. 7th St. 22-2t FOR RENT Double house east of car barns, National avenue. Phone 3070. 22-7t FOR RENT Furnished room for gent. Electric light, bath. 218 N. 12th street lS-7t FOR RENT Room with board. 44 S. 12th street. 21-7t FOR RENT 2 furnished or unfur nished rooms for light housekeeping Inquire 534 N. 19th st. 21-2t FOR RENT Five room flat, electric light, bath. Comer 1st and Rich mond ave. See A. W. Gregg, Hoos Jer Store. 21-3t PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. ATTENTION FERTILIZERS! , by buying your Fertilizers direct from the manufacturer. "CUT OUT THE MIDDLE MAN" a 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 5 per cento Discoiuet 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 yoilr order. Come and see our DIFFERENT FERTILIZERS and get our prices. Place your order early for future delivery. If you do this we will guarantee you good service when the rush comes. Oeedeeie Fertilizer Co Office, 257 Ft Wayne Ave., Richmond. Factory, 1 miles north of city on the of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 21st day of July, 1910, they approved an as sessment roll showing the prima facie assessments for the following desribed public improvement, as authorized by the Improvement Resolution named. Improvement Resolution No. 215-1910. Providing for the improvement - of Elm Place, by the construction of ce ment gutter strip and cement sidewalk 10 feet in width on the north sida thereof, from North 8th to North 9th street. Improvement Resolution No. 210-1910. Providing for the improvement of the alley between South 4th and 5th streets from the , first alley running east and west south of South B street, south to South C street, by construct ing cement roadway In said alley th full width thereof, between the points named. Persons Interested in or affected by said described public improvement, or either of them, are hereby notified that the Board of Public Dorks of said city has fixed Monday, August 8, 1910, as a date upon which remonstrances will be received, or heard, against the amount assessed against each piece of property described in said roll and will determine the question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been or will be benefited in the amounts named on said roll, or in a greater or less sum than that named on said roll. Said assessment roll showing said VACATION HONEY: Why Not Take Advantage ot the VERY LOW RATES and spend a few days with relatives or friendB. If It's money you -need, call on us. We will loan you any amount from $5 to $100, on easy weekly, monthly or quarterly payments. Your household goods, piano, horses, wagons, etc., will act as security. You do not have to ask a friend to go on your note if you deal with us. 60 cents is the weekly payment on a $25.00 loan for 50 weeks. Other amounts in proportion. If unable to call at office, write or 'phone. We will have our agent call on you. Your Name Address, Street and No. Town Amount Wanted, $. Occupation All communications held strictly confidentiaL Address Richmond Loan Co. RICHMOND, INDIANA. Automatic Phone 1545. Established In 1895. Room 8 Colonial BldgV BUSINESS CLASSIFIED LAUNDRY. Our work suits everybody. Vincent Laundry, 404 N. Sth St 22-lmo FERTILIZER. Attention Farmers. Save your money by buying Fertilizers of a man who .understands them thoroughly. Phone 5150D. 36-tt RESTAURANT, The beat meals are gotten at Profit's. 14 S. Eighth street STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and hia fire proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone. 1945. 4th and Main street junel8-tf INSURANCE. We write a general line of Insurance. Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Prompt attention given to ail business. Moore & Ogborn, Room 16, I. O. O F. Bldg. 22-tt ART STORE. Fancy work and home baking. Haner's Art Store. 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. 10-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. FARMERS! SAVE MONEY 9 . Union Pike. prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on file and may be seen at the office of the Board of Public Works of said city. H. M. HAMMOND. FRED R. CHARLES. W. W. ZIMMERMAN. Board of Public Works. July 22-7t . ... -. . - .- SHERIFFS SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Wayne circuit court, of Wayne County, Indiana. I will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, at the court house door in the city of Rich mond, Wayne county, Indiana, on Saturday the 20th day of August, 1910, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p. m. on said day the real estate described below, , Lying and being in the county of Wayne, state of Indiana, and describ ed as follows, to-wit: 23 feet off of the north side of lot number 9 and all of, lot number 10 In the Highland Ad dition to the city of Richmond. Said Iota to be sold wtlhout relief from valuation or appraisement laws, to satisfy said decree in my hands' In fa vor of John B. Dougan vs. Jesse Jenk ins, et aL LINUS P. MEREDITH, Sheriff of Wayne County. RALPH W. HUSSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. July 22-29aug5 'J LOCAL MARKET IS SMALL FARMERS THINK THAT v THE PRICE OF HAY WILL CONTINUE AT THE PRESENT FIGURE UN TIL NEXT YEAR. Farmers say that the present high, nrice of hav will continue throuchout ... -j next year. Timothy haying begins next week but because of the damp f spring the fields are full ot weeds and - It will be of very poor quality. Tho market for Wayne county timothy will be small. . The present price is from $10 to $15 per ton. During the various harvests of the last few weeks , there has been', found a noticeable scarcity of bumble bees. This means. according to farmers, that little clov v er seed will be produced In the fall. Bumble bees are essential In pollen. izing the clover blossom. Prices oa ; clover seed, and consequently clover" hay, will rise accordingly. Entomologists say a small parasite : is working on the young bees In the nests and that many are dying. Many thousand young bees have been sent to the United States island posses. - sions to pollcnite the American clov er being grown there. These bees were placed in cold storage boxes be ing previously slightly numbed with the cold. In order to kill any microbes which might be on them. The method wna ioun.0. exiremeiy successiui. Oats have not been better in many years. The crop Is now being harr . ested and will average more than fifty bushels to the acre. The quality la ' good. ELECTRIC IRONS "THE QUICK HEATING KIND" At Point and All Over Except the Handle. 3, $ and 7 lb. Sixes. MEERHOFF, the Plumber Phone 1236. r 9 South tth ft ICE CQEAfJ As a Crisk Order your Ice Cream In brick form, equal to 1 quart, and 1 pint., wrapped in Paraflne Pa per, and ready to serve by cut ting in slices. More convenient than in tbe bulk; perfectly sani tary and ir tight. 250 PER QUART. TtfsIlcDivdte's: 8th and N. E. ' 8th and S. & Phone 1445 or 1300u For. Tne CIHnilLIIDREM Dting Yocr Ecrply FLOUR SACHS to msum- That's All 33 South 6th St. Phone 1676. A-K atmosphere of ex quisite refinement surrounds the wom an who wears dainty, ap propriately chosen Jewelry it Is the cachet of pol ished mind and taste. , The character of a brace let, the form of a ring, the . style of a pendant all lit. tie things, - yet supremely ; important bespeak unfail ingly the courtly woman. ' Our Jerwelry is superior ' lively dainty. r RATLIFF, - ft Jtfcrdar .- I?