THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND STJX-TELEGllAM, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1910.
For Your Con venieoce
LIST OF AGENCIES.
Branch offices are located 1b very part of the city. Leave your
WANT ADS with the one nearest row- The rate are the same and you
will eat a trip to the main office.
tenth of Malik
' BRUENINO, Thirteenth and South
J B i treat
A. W. BUCKWEDEI Sth and S. P.
HENRY ROTIIERT. Sth and 8. H.
North ef Main.
QUIOLET DRVO STORE. 821 N.
CHILES SON. ltth and N 0 St
WU. HIEGER. 14th and N. O St
JOHN J. OETZ, 10th and N. H St
1 cent per word 7 daye for iho price of 5 days. We chance adver
tlaemeata aent In by phone and collect after Its insertion.
WANTED A farm to rent on shares
by a roan with small family that can
produce results. Come and see
what I have done this year. O. W.
Schultx, IJberty. Ind. R. V. D. No.
4, one mile south. 8-7t
WANTED Woman to do wanning for
family of two. Phone 2411 or call
16 South 13th St. It
WANTEDFuTnlshrd. rooms, two or
three for light housekeeping, man
and wire. Address 1024 Main.
Phone 1072. It
WANTKD Door and window screens
to order, lawn mowers sharpened:
call for and delivered. Brown-Dar
. nell Co.. 1022 Main. Thone 1936.
WANTED Girl to 'assist with house
work; Frank Underbill, Greensfork.
Ind , 4-tf
IvVANtTCD--To buy or rent place of 1
'to if acres near Richmond; prico
must be right. Address F. L. G.
Sub-station No. 1. 2917t
WANTED If you want money In
place of your city property or farm,
go right to Porterfield'a Real Es
tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and
WAKtED-You to go to Murray Bll
llard parlors for recreation. 12-tf
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS
((Furnished by Correll and Thompson, Odd Fellow's Hall.
New York, Aag. 8.
U. S.8teel .. .. ,
U. 8. Steal pfd.
B. & O ..
New York Central .. ..
Reading .. .. ..
Northern Paclflo .. .. .. .. .. ..
L. ft N.
Southern Paclflo .
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
(Furnished by, Correll and Thompson,
Odd Fellow's Hall. Phone 1446.)
Chicago. Aug. 8
Open Illyh Low Close
Sept .. 101 101 101 101
Dec. ... 104 103 104 104
May ... 108 109 108 ' 109
Sept ... 62 63
Dec. ... 59 60
May ... 61 61
Sept. ... 36 26
Dec. ... 38 38
May ... 40 40
Indianapolis, Aug. 8.
Hogs Receipts 2.0tH: prime fO.05.
Cattle Receipts ltt; choice t.Xi.
Sheep Receipts 20; choice .&.
Pittsburg, Aug. &
Cattle-Receipts SI loads; choice $7.00;
- prime 7.2T: butchers .:. .
' Sheep Receipts light; prime 14.50.
Hogs Receipts loads: prime heavy
yorkers i).A; pg ;.7o.
"holce lambs 97.25.
Toledo, Aug. S.
'Clover seed ?S.30
EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK.
East Buffalo. Aug. S.
Cattle Receipts 2,iW: prime steers
97.SO; butchers ?.OQ.
Hogs Receipts 3 '(; orkers 90.40;
' pigs 911.113; heavies tOxm.
Sheep Receipts tl.000; prime 93.uO.
Calves Receipts 1,00; choice 99-50.
Cincinnati. Aug. S.
Cattle Receipts 1,900; shippers f&SS.
QUIGLET DRUO 8TORE. 4th and
JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave.
and West let
GEO. H. SHOFER. rd and TV.
J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St
WANTED-Bread baker at 8 S. 11th
WANTED Copies of Palladium for
April 1, 20 and 27, and May 11.
Bring to Palladium office. 6-tf
FOR SALE New and second hand
buggies; bargain new buggy wheels,
fS.UO per Bet while they lats. 10.'
N. 4th. Phone Nil 'J. -D-tf
WRAXEldboxes,. barrels, etc!
Would make good kindling wood.
Inquire Joe's Place, .203 Ft Wayne
FOR SALE Cabinet for mantel"
cheap; 202 North Sth St. Phone
FOR SALE or Rent, Farm 4 miles
porth of Richmond, on Union Pike,
78 acres; apply to Mrs. Ellen Davis,
833 Broadway, Indianapolis, Ind.
FOR SALE 5 passenger automobile,
new tires and top, in good condition,
cheap if sold at once; phone 4118
evenings or call 411 N. 11th.
FOR SALE White poodle puppies;
1204 South I St. 7-2t
FOR'SALEGood coaster bfcycle; 126
S. 3rd. 8-3t
. ." Open
.... 63 tt
.. .. 68
Hogs Receipts 2,500; shippers 90.00.
Sheep Receipts 3,400; prime 94.10;
Indianapolis, Aug. 8.
Clover seed , 98.00
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
(Omar O. Whelan)
New Oats 30c
Old timothy hay (loose) .. .. ..915.00
New timothy hay .... 91O.0O912.O5
Straw, baled ....93.00
Corn . ...00c
Clover .. 98,00
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
(Richmond Roller aillls)
No. 2 Wheat 05c
No. 3 Wheat 02c
Rye, per bu 05c
Bran, per ton 923.00
Middlings, per ton 920.00
Clover seed 97.00
RICHMOND SEED MARKET.
(Runge e Co.)
Clover seed 96.50(97.00
When Marshall Jewell wss minister
to Russia he discovered the secret of
making Russia leather by his sense of
smell. The Russians use birch bark
tar In dressing skins Instead of tallow
and grease. By literally following his
nose one day on a visit to a large Rus
sian tannery Jewell chanced upon the
secret compound In a large kettle. He
recognized the odor of the birch bark
and reported the discovery to his gov
ernment. As a result genuine Russia
leather goods are now being made In
Day ef Accidents.
From the Providence Bulletin.
Whatever may be thought of Sab
bath observance, broadly considered,
it may certainly be doubted it we have
galued much by transforming Sunday
from a day of rest into a day of acci
dents. "Your husband uses very violent
language!1 said the visitor.
"Yes." replied the woman with a
quiet smile; "he is all I have left to
remind me of a poll parrot that I
loved very dearly." - . .
FOR SALE Six room house' with
bath, furnace and electric light
$2,200.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf
A good nine room house in good re
pair, good barn and fine lot in most
desirable location on North 15th St.
Price $3,000.00 if sold in the next
few days. Let us show it to you.
Dye & Price, 901 Main Street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good six
room house in best rental district.
Rents for $14.00. Will take vacant
lot or two in ,on it. "Dye & Price,
901 Main St. - mon-wed-fri
FO R SALE N ice bu fid inglot4 0x50
feet, centrally located, price reason
able. Architect Mansfield, 906
Main street. 8-tf
FO R SALE SO acres., well located
good buildings; good fruits, shade
and water. Dandy little stock or
hog raiser's chance. Price $4,So.
Apply to J. E. M. Agency, over 0 N.
FOR SALE Nursery stock for Fall
Planting. We are now booking ord
ers for all kinds of fruit trees, small
fruits, rare ornamental , Trees,
Shrubs, Roses, Hardy Plants and
Bulbs. August is the best month to
plant evergreens. Write:. The
Western New York Nursery Co.,
"Branch' Office," Rjchmond,. Ind.
Richmond property a specialty. Por
terfield, Kelly Blk.. Sth & Main.
FOR RENT Down stairs furnished
front room; private entrance; 534
N. 19th. S-7t
FOR RENT Fine store and baserueat
in Westcott Hotel. Entrance on
10th street and from lobby, arranged
to suit tenant 9-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, moder
ate rates, electric light and bath for
gents only at the Grand. jly5-tf
FOR RENT Modern 7 room house.
Call phone 1572. 2!-7t
FORnRENT Furnished rooms; also 4
room cottage with chicken park; call
at 000 N. 19th, or phone 3449. 3-7t
MACK ATTENDING THE
Norman E. Mack, chairman of the
National Democratic Committee, who
is one of the "accidental" visitors at
Mackinac Island, where W. J. Con
ners of Buffalo; Justice W. R. Day;
Charles W. ' Fairbanks and Speaker
Cannon are also staying. All are stop
ping at the same hotel and are fre
quently seen in each other's company.
All denied that an important confer
ence had taken place. Speaker Can
non said that he did not go to the Is
land for any political conference and
stated that his staying at the same
hotel where the other prominent visit
ors are stopping was merely'Incident
al. HE ALMOST GOT US
A fine of $100 and costs was given
James Maher, in police court this
morning, for drunk. "Jim" was ar
rested Saturday at the Palladium of
fice, where be .was creating a disturb
ance and .threatening because of a
story he alleged had been written con
Patrol Driver White made the ar
rest but Maher broke away and ran
several squares. He was captured and
Mr. White sat on him until the patrol
arrived. There were four previous
convictions against Maher. He had
been out of jail only a few days In the
last several months. "Jim" goes down
now until after New Years Day.
YANKEE YACHT WINS.
(American News Service.)
Cowes, Aug. 8. The Westward. Am
erican yacht today won the royal Vic
toria yacht club's international trophy
over a forty-eight mile course defeating-Lip
The followlr.j are replies to Palla
dium Want Ads. received at this of
tic. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mail In answer
to their sds. Mall at thla office up to
12 noon today as fnl.ows:
B. Heiman ... J J. C. ........ 2
J (.. 1 A. B. C. ..... 3
H. E. G. ..... 1 R. A 1
C M. 3 X. 3
M 1 R. 1
Y .1 T. 6
E. D 1 Housekeeper. .3
m. c i e
Mall will o iutvt tor 30 daj only.
All mail cot cal.'ea foi within that
time win be cast ont
FOR RENT Flats. Murray Theater.
O. G. Murray. . 13-tf
bXR RENT 2. nice unfurnished front
rooms, first floor, two squares from
Main street Address E. D. at Pallad
ium office. 3-7t
POUND A Bilk parasol, black and
white stripes; call 'phone 1058.
LOST Finder please return . picnic
basket left at either Thirteenth and
Main or Fourteenth and Main,' to
1417 North C street. 6-tf
LOST A fishing pole, steel rod; re
turn 1010 Sheridan street; no ques
tions asked; reward. 7-St
LOST A pair oflong black silk
gloves; reward; return 128 S. loth
street. ( It
LOST A small leather black pocket
book containing four $5.00 bills and
two receipts. Return 1019 N. 11th
street; reward. 8-2t
LOST TwtydollliPbiil on Main St
Finder please return to Palladium
office and receive reward.
LOST A barred pin with set in cen
ter; return 313 N. 17th St. 8-3t
Throw a y pills and strong- cathartics which
are violent in action, and always have on hand
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the guaranteed
enre for constipation and all diseases arising
rom stomach trouble.
WANT THEIR MONEY
Indians Willing to Give Up
Land to Get Their Dues
CONFIDENCE IN M'MURRAY
(American News Service)
McAlester, Okla., Aug. 8. A special
congressional investigation into tlie al
leged bribery attempt in connection
witn the Indian land sales was resum
ed here today. W. G. Holtman. an
Indian citizen, testified that himself
and Indians generally were ready to
pay the twenty-five percent of all
land due them in order to get immed
iate settlements so that they could
get their money while they are living
rather than leave uncertain bequests
to their descendants. Holtman said
the Indians had been forced to pay
for all the money tney formerly got
and had confidence in McMurray's in
fluence to get it for them.
STRUCK BY A TRAIN
Wayne County Man Run Down
Today While He Was
HE IS FATALLY INJURED
Hagerstown, Ind., Aug. 8. William
Burg, living just east of Hagerstown,
was struck by the Westbound Penn
sylvania train about noon today and
fatally injured. He was riding in a
small buggy filled with milk cans.
The horse was killed, the buggy de
molished and milk scattered In all di
rections. Burk was hurled a short
distance and injured about the head.
His skull is believed to have been
fractured. Mr. Burg has a family.
Frank Xewland. Richmond, 19. fire
man, consent of guardian and Miss
Mona Elliott, Richmond, 20.
Walter G. Oler, Indianapolis, 27. su
perintendent of automobile manufac
turing company and Miss Martha
Summers. Richmond, 21, bookkeeper.
Deaths and Funerals.
JEFFRIES The funeral of Mrs.
Abram Jeffries will be held tomorrow
afternoon at two o'clock from the
home. 4S South Seventeenth street.
RIFLES ARE SEIZED.
(American News Service.)
Madrid. Aug. S. The government to
day seized six thousand rifles at Bil
boa where they had been loaded on a
steamer ready to be dispatched to San
Sebastian for use it Is believed by Car
lists and Catholics in a conflict with
the government. Clerical leaders dis
claim knowledge of the shipment.
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE One of the most desira
ble residences in Dublin. About one
acre of ground, centrally located,
with eight room house, in excellent
repair, thereon, new barn, good
chicken house and parlt. plenty of
fruit, cement walks, both kin3s oi
water. Will sell at a decided bar
gain. Address all inquiry to Box
45, Dublla. Ind.
FOR'SALE Lot on thT"We7fsTd
Lot No. one, Haynes addition to
West Richmond, corner . 5th and
Chestnut streets; for particulars ad
dress Box 77, Fountain City, Ind.
FOR SALE Four room cottage, elec
tric lights, both kinds water, dry
cellar; H acre lot, cheap; posses
sion at once. Phone 5131C. 7-7t
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 Cboic residence . lot
first ecuare South 12th St Dr. Ew-
Ing. . 23-tf
FOR SALE Two cottage residences,
well located, in good condition, ex
cellent investment, at a bargain if
sold soon Phone 15S2. 6-7t
FOR SALE Improved farms, city
property and lots. One per cent
commission on sales of $500. Kauf
man, over 823 Main. Phone 2391.
NOTICE For sale or rent; a new busi
ness room 22xtS in good location.
Business is not overdone. Box 153
Fountain City, Ind. eod-7t
PATENTS procured, also sold on
commission. Positively no advance
fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build
ing, Washington, D. C. may22-tf
$30.00 per week for HIGH GRADE EX
PERIENCED AGENTS. Should
have over 2 years' experience and
successful record. American Alumi
num Mfg. Co., Dept. A., Lemont. III.
HAIR weaving, manicuring, face mas
sage and scalp treatment Shampoo
ins, 35c. Open of evenings till 8
o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South
NEWPORT TO SHOW HER
A LITTLE HIGH LIFE
The Countess of Granard. nee Miss
Beatrice Mills, who with her mother,
Mrs. Ogden Mills, has just returned
to America after a round of visits
abroad, principally in England. ' Uew
port has planning for nearly a month
a round of receptions and exclusive
"good times" for the Countess. The
Earl of Granard -will come over a lit
tle later in the season.
BURNED TO DEATH.
Hammond, Ind., Aug. 8. Her cloth
ing saturated with blazing gasoline,
Mrs. Thomas Johansen rushed to a
nearby creek, but found it dry. She
perished before neighbors could assist
FOURTH CLASS POSTMASTER EX
AMINATION. "Saturday, August 27, 1910.
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on the
date named above an examination
will be held at Richmond, Indiana, as
a result of which it Is expected to
make certification to, fill a contem
plated vacancy in the position of
fourth class postmaster of class (b)
at Boston, Indiana, and other vacan
cies as theymay occur at that office,
unless it shall be decided in the in
terests of the service to fill the va
cancy of reinstatement. The compen
sation of the postmaster at this office
was $215 for the last fiscal year.
Age limit, 21 years and over on
the date of the examination, with the
exception that in a State where wom
en are declared by statute to be of
full age for all. purposes at 18 years,
women 18 years of age on the date of
the examination will be admitted.
Applicants must reside within the
territory supplied by the post office
for which the examination Is announc
The examination is open to all citi
zens of the United States who can
comply with the requirements, t
- Application forms and full Informa
tion concerning the requirements of
the examination can be secured from
tfT Secures a Building Lot in
VJy RICHMOND TERRACE
V National Road just west, of Earlham Junction. Sale yt-
CUriJ ' erT afternoon, 2 to 5. Take traction west to Graves' Stop
(5c fare) or city car to Earlham Junction. - -
Wllbsr L&d Co ' ' Office Cnr. Mk Mala
J. M. Lacey Pawnbroker, Sth and
We Will Make Your Metal Patterns
as well as do your repair work.
WARD MACHINE CO..
200 N. Sth St
Fancy work and heme baking. Haner's
Art Store. 8 S. llih. Phone 21S0.
Attention Farmers. Save your money
by buying Fertilizers of a man who
.understands them thoroughly. Phone
Don't forget Atkinson and bis fire
proof . building when you want to
store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th
and Main street June IS-tf
MOORE AND OGBORN
INSURANCE. BONDS AND LOANS,
. Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
The best msals are gotten at Profit's
14 S. Eighth Btruet
FOLLOW THE CROWD
North of the Glen; popular resort for
ladies and gents.
Hawkins Bathing Pool
Phone 4244. C. O. Parker, Mgr
BERING & PHILLIPS
Repairs we can't make
Ward Machine Shop.
830 N. B St
the postmaster at Boston and the lo
cal secretary at the Richmond post
office, or from the U. S. Civil Service
Commission, Washington, D. C.
Applications should be properly ex
ecuted and filed with the Commission
at Washington within 7 daya before
the date of the examination, other
wise It may be impracticable to exam
ine the applicants.
U. S. CIVIL, SERVICE COMMISSION
EXPENDITURES AND TAX LEVIES
FOR THE YEAR 1911.
The Trustee of Webster Township.
Wayne County, Indiana, proposes for
the next yearly Expenditures and Tax
Levies by the Advisory Board, at its
annual meeting to be held at the Trus
tee's Office, Webster Township, Tues
day, September 6, 1910, at 7 o'clock p.
m., the following Estimates and
amounts for the said year:
1. Township Expenditures $734.00
and Township tax 16 cents on the .hun
dred dollars. ,
2. Local Tuition - Expenditures
$1,331.00, and Local Tuition tax 29
cents on the hundred dollars, and tax
on each poll, 23 cents. ,
3. Special School Expenditures,
$2,295, and Special School tax 50
cents on the hundred dollars, and tax
on each poll 25 cents.
4. Road Expenditures, $918 and
Road tax 20 cents on the hundred. do!
lars to be worked out on the highways
5. Additional Road - Expenditures.
$459, and Road tax 10 cents on the
hundred dollars to be paid as taxes.
6. Library Expenditures, none, and
Library tax.. , . . .cents on the hundred
dollars. . ; -
7. Poor Expenditures for preced
ing year $10.49, and Poor tax .003 cents
on the hundred dollars.
8. Payment School Bond, $690 and
interest on $8,690 Expenditures
$1,037.60, tax 22 cents on the hundred
9. The total expenditures recom
mended $6,784.49, and total tax levy
1,473 cents on the hundred dollars.
Total taxables of the Township,
$479,541.00; total polls 97.
Trustee's office, Webster, Ind.
August 5, 1910.
George J. Paullin, Trustee
of Webster Township.
Levied in June. Road Law, 1905.
Terre Haute, Indianapolis
& Eastern Traction Co.
Trains leave Richmond for Indian
apolis and intermediate stations at
6:00 A. M.; 7:25; 8:00; 9:25: 10:00;
11:00; 12:00; 1:00; 2:25; 3:00; 4;00;
5:25; :00; 7:30; 8: 40; 9:00; 10:00;
' Last Car to Indiana do lis. 8:40 P. M.
Last Car to New Castle. 1C:00 P. M.
Trains connect at Indianapolis for
Lafayette, i Frankfort. Crawf ordsville.
Terre Haute, Clinton, Sullivan, Mar
tinsville. Lebanon and Paris, . TIL ;
Tickets sold through.
"7 il I i
This style of undergarment is very ?t
Isfactory, .s the circular cut of the,
drawers gives a smooth fit around the -hips,
and the corset cover is cut plain i
the back with very little fullness In
front, which is gathered in the belt and
adjusted by a ribbon run beading at the
upper edge. The lower edge of the gar
ment is trimmed with wide lace and in
This pattern Is cut in five sites. S te
46 bust measure, Sise. S6 requires S M
yards of 36 inch material. Price of pat
tern 4&S Is 10 cents.
. No. 4tt. '
In the large view the skirt ft shown
nne ot blue panama cloth with sever
mri of stitching around the lower eOs
of the yoke. The pattern also includes;
an overskirt. shown in the smaller views,
which are simulariy stitched. .
This pattern is cut In Are site, W to
SO waist measure. Slse M requires
yards of 37-inch material. Prfcce of peto
tern 503 is 10 cents.
Address ............ .... :
Size ...... .t -TT.
The ted. Use and gilt commnatSon, ss
-rrtty for children, used in making
IK little dress. The check k navy blue
ad bright red, with plain red ue ;
tiie collar, can's and bretelles. Bright
gOt buttons and black braid are osed as
This pattern I cat In three sbes,
worths, 1 and 9 years. Stoe 1 year ro
enrfrea . 8 i yards of. rMnen material.
Price of pattern 491 Is 10 cents.
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