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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM-AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, J9lO.
PAOE XIXE. " ":' Bra.tich Offices Branch offices are located in every part of ths city and county towns, Leavs your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. WANTED. WANTED Job on farm by married man. Address 0. II. O., care Palla dium. l8-2t WANTED Carpenter. 10H S. 4th St. 18-lt WANTED Place to assist with bonne work or care 'for children. Address II. R., care Palladium. , 18-2t WANTED -Furnished room by young man. State terms. Address O. L. 18-2t WANTED Mrs. Ida Stanley to calfat Palladium this evening at 7 and re ceive two tickets, for tonight, per formance at GennetL WANTED Boys over 16 year old. 18-21 Richmond Mfg. Co. WANTED To buy in Richmond, an established, well located grocery. Address Grocer, Palladium. 18-3t WANTED airTfor clerk and HghTo flee. Call 727 Main gt. 18-lt WANTED To rent a furnished house or flat, within eight blocks of West cott Motel. Address JJJ, Palladium. 18&21 WANTED Hat maker. Call Millinery department of Railroad Store. 18-lt WANTED Private pupils In dancing Ball room and stage dancing taught. For Information, address Mrs. Char lie Kolp. Hotel Westcott. 18-7t WANTED Mrs. W. R, Routh to call at Palladium office this evening and get two tickets for this evening's performance at the Oennett. WANTED Two white girls for house work. 28 S. 8th. 18-3t WANTED Washing at 1213 N. O. ' - 18-2t WANTED To buy a modern dwell ' Ing,' one located near Court House preferred. Call phone 2026. : zn n WANTEDctober 1st Palladium. Leave at Palladium office. Wanted . Everybody to use Routh's Air Pres sure on their bicycle tires. 160 FT. WAYNE AVE. . 12-7t WANTED Pin boys; must be six teen.. , City Bowling Alley. 23-tf WANTEDairlfor general house- work: 410 N. 9th. 10-tf 'Phone 9-tf WANTED Hot air furnace. 2370." News of Surrounding Towns NEW PARIS. OHIO. New Paris, O., Oct. 18. Mr. George Knth of Cincinnati, was here spending Saturday and Sunday with hia parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Sherer were guests of relatives In Dayton, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Louise shlnkle spent Sunday with Miss Roxle McKee. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McKee or Eldo rado, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Daugherty. The Thimble Club met with Mrs. Ora 8herer Friday afternoon. Miss Pearl Haller and Mrs. Sherer, hostess es. There were about sixty present. The next meeting will be In two weeks with , Mrs. M. O. Penland and Mrs. Rlchey, hostesses. Miss Myrtle Menke of Richmond spent Sunday with Miss Elsie McGlll. Miss Pauline Smith of Richmond was a 8nnday guest of Miss Julia Mar rlman. Miss Jennie Fleming and her moth er of Richmond, was In town, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Canny were Sun day visitors of, Mr. and Mrs. Cronln of Xenla. Mrs. Louey Murray of Eaton spent Saturday bere the guest of her par ents, and on Sunday Mr. Murray was also a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saxton are the parents of a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hoff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bussard and family, of Castlne, took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry" Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hyde of Rich mond, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Thurston. Miss Sallle McGrew of Gratis, visit ed her mother from Friday until un day. HAGERST0WN, IND. . Hagerstown. . Ind.. Oct. IS. Mark Allen who Is telegraph operator at Bellfountalne. O.. for the Tidewater Oil Co., spent Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stahr entertain ed at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Moses Keever and family. Mrs. Bennett Weaver is sick with a aetherlng In her head. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Jones spent Sunday afternoon near Williamsburg. Wayne Lamar and wife have moved to the Bunnell property on S. -Washington St. Mrs. 'Alice Newcomb spent Sunday with her sister at Richmond. Ed Petro and sons Clyde and Harold entertained Frank Petro and family at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Thornburg of New Castle visited here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas enter tained Mr. and Mrs. John Sells and children. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Meter of New Castle spent Sunday here. flora to Mr. and Mrs. John Thomp son of) New Castle, Sunday, a daugh o WANTED Good aolicitora. Apply National Product Co., Cor. 5th and South A Sts. septl71rao WANTED We want immediately a good solicitor to represent us In this territory. -Good position for a. bustler. Full information on re quest. Hooker, Wyman & Co., Ro Chester, N. Y ocO-16-23 no 6 WA. TED Bread baker at 8 S. 11th SL 7-tf WANTED You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreat'.ca. 12-tf .WANTED We pay cash for second hand base burners; 1029 Main St. Phone 1014. Richmond Plating Co. sun-wed-sat-2 wks V A : To repair your Daby cabs, furit)tntt, bicycles and all kinds of repair work. We also do picture f rum tic Brown & Darnell. 1022 Main Phone 1936. 18-tf WANTED if you want money in puce of your city property or farm, gc right to Porterflelds Real Es MU office. Kelley Block. 8th and Min. 14 tt BATTLING FOK THE RIGHT" The Life Story of Theodore Roosevelt. Authentic. Up-to-date. Great money maker. Liberal terms. Outfit free. Zelgler Co., 269 Fourth St., Phila delphia, tu-thur-sun 2wk FOR SALE. FOR SALE 1 flour roll McCormick corn shredder In good condition. Cheap. A few White Plymouth Rock cockerels for prize winners. C W. Kienzle, Greensfork, Ind. 18-9t FOR SALE Garland cooking range with hot water tank, 36 S. 13th St. 18-3t FOR SALE New Peninsular base burner; don't need it; have Pilgrim furnace now; call 604 South 7th St. 17-2t FOR SALE 36 Shropshires; also some yearling bucks. J. B. Engle, Carlos, Ind. 15-4t FOR SALE Nice base burner, cheap ; 827 N. I. 17-7t' rORTAXE An 18 inch self feed fod der cutter and 26 ft swivel carrier, good as new. Will sell for one-third price of a new rone. C. I. Stoner, Phone 27G,' Boston. - . 16-7t FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint; guaranteed 5 years. Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin & Co., 257 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 3426. octli-tf ter, second child. It is the grandchild of Chas. Keys and wife of this place. Mrs. Ed Moore and Miss Eva Roller were at New Castle Saturday after noon. , Mrs. Chas. Keys spent the Tatter part of the week at Middletown, with her daughter Mrs. Tessie Hart Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Walker enter tained at dinner Sunday, Miss Georgia Elliott. Mrs. Byram Elliott and daugh ter. Virginia and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Walker and son Harry. Mr. and Mrs. Will Abbott have been visiting with friends at Ft. Wayne for a few days. Miss Luclle Jones of Greensfork spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris and daughter of New Castle were visiting Saturday night and Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Helmslng and daughters Esther and Gladys visited at Cambridge City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Benbow and family were at Greensfork Sunday. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City, Ind., Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith and daughter, Jean, returned to their home in Louis ville, Monday, after a few .days spent In Cambridge City, on account of the Illness of Mrs. Smith's father, E. R. Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geisler and daughters, Lucille and Carrie Ellen of Hagerstown. were guests of B. A. Car penter and family Sunday. Russell Dennis, Mr-. Katherine Loucke and their guest, Arthur Fletch er, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday af ternoon ln Richmond. Mrs. Theodore Fronaprel is but lit tle Improved. The meeting of the Civic league committee last Friday afternoon was productive of interesting plans for the winter's work. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Correll, Mrs. Maude Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cate3 and W. S. Evans of Richmond "autoed" to Cambridge City and were guests at the Vinton Saturday even inc. Mrs. Walter Swiggett spent Satur day In Indianapolis. T. L. Peet transacted business In Connersville. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Kitterman have returned after a trip to California and other Western states and express themselves as delighted with the cli mate and the country. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warfel and chil dren of Hagerstown. spent Sunday with Mrs. Laura Richey. Mrs. J. R. Wharton, Mrs. Florence Shirkey and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Helmsing and family at tended a family reunion at Muncie Sunday. The block system has been remov ed rrom the P.. C; C. St L office of Cambridge City, thus leaving It a day office from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. PALLADIUM o o Wpt Ado WANT AD LETT The follow ice are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Experience . . 2 S. 1 C O X A B. C 2 Mai! will be kept Tor ztj aays only. All mall not cal'ed for witLln that lime will be cast out. FOR SALE New counters and show cases. Telephone 3078. . 13-7t MEN We mail on trial a tuil dollar box of BieFa Nerve Tablets. They . act on the system like "steam acts on. 'an engine," giving health, Strength, Vim, Vigor and Vitality or cost nothing. Send no money, just name and address. Biel Mfg. Co., Dept. C. 146, Denver, Col. 16-23 FOR SALE New and second hand buggies and carriages. Newbern's Shop, 105 N. 4th SL Phone 1612. '27-tf FOR SALE Heating stove and incu bator. 821 North I. 17-4t FOR RENT. FOR RENT 4 room cottage. Well lo cated. Call 63 S. 15th St. Phone . 2643. - 18-tf FOR RENT A furnished room. Call at 315 S. Sth St. 18-7t FOR RENT 4 room house. S. 11th and J Sts. Phone 1235 or 3015. 18-tf FOR- RENT Furnished room with heat and bath. 14 N. 12th. 18-7t FOR RENT Furnished room, 1010 S. A St. . 18-lt FOR RENT Two unfurnished down stairs rooms, heated. Phone 2519. 18-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for gents, bath. 31 N. 11th. 18-2t FOR RENT Rooms,, lodging, board ing or light housekeeping; 103 N. 17th St. 17-3t FORTlENT 4 room flat for . light housekeeping, Cor. 5th and South A ' streets. 5 room flat, Cor. 5th and Main. Al Gregg,, Hoosier Store. 16-tf Raymond Ferguson Is the' local oper ator, Orville Smith has been trans ferred to Dublin and Leo"Lipps 'to Gettysburg, Ohio. 9r- - Dr. and Mrs. Charles Bortdi6f-Rrh-mond and Mr. and Mrs. Byram Rob bins of Detroit were - guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White Sunday. Mrs. W. S. Garretson of Knights town is spending the week with her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Scudder. Dr. J. R. Mauk went to Logan, O., Saturday morning on account of Jthe critical illness of his brother, Anth ony. The two are the only surviv ing members of a large family. Rev. James Shea went to Indianapo lis Monday on a week's retreat. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Beard and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hart of Richmond. , MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., Oct. 18. Dr. and Mrs. Sweeney and Misses . Sarah Mehan and Hazel Hock spent Sunday at Will Sweeney's, Cambridge City. Miss Hock went from there to Greenville, Ohio. Joshua Laraott, east of town bought the farm known as the Rachel Rob bins place at Doddridge. The farm has 100 acres. . Price per acre $69.95. Clyde Leverton and family spent Sunday .with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Leverton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McMahan and family spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McMahan. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bryant's guests Sunday were their children, Messrs. and Mesdames Quincy Bryant of Null town, Arthur Hines of Cambridge City, Robert Bryant and Mr. Isaac dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of Dod dridge, spent Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Wagner. Mrs. Charles Stewart and children are visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Wike and other relatives. Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Lantz of Pendle ton spent Sunday - with his padents, Mr. and Mrs.-L. F. Lantz. Messrs. and Mesdames Charles El well and family, Amos Glidden and family, Frank Martin and family of Raleigh, and Dr. and Mrs. Rea of Falmouth formed a dinner party with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elwell. Mrs. Ira Pritchard of Cambridge City, was at her daughter's, Mrs. Harry Manlove. yesterday. Mrs. Har ley Nation and children, who have been at her sister's, Mrs. Manlove, re turned to Muncie. Will Rothermel of Connersville, spent Sunday' at Elwood - Hussey's, west of town. ; George Wilson of Richmond, visited Mr. and Mrs. Cross yesterday. Miss Hattie Izor fell down, the cel lar steps yesterday morning and se verely hurt her left arm and shoulder. It Is thought no bones were broken. Her sister, Mrs. Henry Hussey has taken her to her home west of town to care for. her. .. The men's meeting ' at the Chris tian church Sunday afternoon was at tended by a goo congregation. There ' t - . , ' , m ust o o o Colpmniinis FOR RENT Brick house. 8 rooms, furnace, bath, electric lights and gas; 423 S. 12th. Inquire 2116 Main. 17-3t FOR REXT Furnished rooms. Ham ilton's Restaurant 404 Main St. 16-7t FOR RENT A new three roon-.ed flat furnished for light housekeeping; 1C5 N. 4th St. Phone 1612. . 20 f FOR RENT Furnished room, heat and bath. 25 N. 16th. 13-7t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE One of the best money making farms in Wayne county at $100 per acre.- W. F. Bennett, Foun tain City, Indiana. 16-7t FOR SALE New 6 room bouse in Benton Heights. Benj. F. Harris. 13-7t FOR SALE Modern home. Good"l cation; equipped with electricity, bath and furnace. Call phone 2037 or call at 31S N. 14th St. 28-tt FOR SALS or trade for Richmond property, two modern houses in fine location in Indianapolis, very at tractive. Address P. O. box 67. Rich mond, Indiana. JIy9-tf SEE MORGAN for Real Estate in all its phases and local Information office. Sth and North E Sts. , 16-tf FOR SALE 120 acres, good 8 room house, big barn, good fences, near a small town. Will take in city prop- erty. Price $70 an acre. Kaufman, over 828 Main St. 15-tf FOR SALE House and household goods; 115 N. 12th. Phone 24S4. 24-tf FOR SALE Six room house with bath, furnace and electric light. $2,300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Porterfield. Kelly Blk.. 8th and Main. sept3-tf FOR SALE 8 room house, southeast corner Sherman and Boyer street. Price $850. Rents for $13 per month. Must be sold. Phone 2477. 204 S. 12th. ' 14-tf FOR SALE Double house and lots at 122 Randolph St. One side rents for $10 and other' for $13. Will sell for $2,350. 12-7t FOR SALE Modern 315 S. 12th.- home. Apply ll-14t FOR SALE 3234. ' -Modern home. Phone ' 5-tf were Ave preachers from other churches present They were the Revr. Guichard of the Presbyterian, Berman of the Christian, Slaughter of the -Baptist churches of Cambridge City, Smith of the M. E. at' Dublin, and C. H. Pinnick of Milton M. E. All took part in the service. The sermon "Christ's Call to Men" by the Rev. Van Winkle, pastor was good. A spe cial service of an organ recital by Miss Nellie Jones, and a solo "The Mother's Song, by Miss Hanna pre ceded the men's services and at its close all ladies present retired. A spe cial number in music was a quartet by the Rev. Van Winkle, E. P. Jones, Harry Doty and L. H. Warren. The sermon subject for this evening will be "How Shall Ye Escape, If Ye Neg lect so Great a Salvation?" D. H. Warren and son, R. W. War ren are having a supply of strawberry pies from their second crop of ber ries. The fruit is fine. Miss Carrie Michael who is a teacher of music in the normal school at Boon, N. C, is home suffering from a - nervdus breakdown. Her mother, Mrs. Michael, who lives at Dublin, came yesterday to care for her. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Clevenger and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. vlrgil Wil son of Pendleton, arid Mr. and Mrs. Sam Willetts and family, were at din ner with Mr, and Mrs. Omar Hurst yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Doddridge, spent Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. McClung. John Thurman was with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doty, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell of Wat erloo, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. an.d Mrs. M. E. Hubbell and guest. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Crook and daughter attended a family gathering with his sister, Mrs. Kitterman near Greensfork Sunday. An - additional guest to the number was Mrs. Bert Modlin of California. Mr.' and Mrs. Sharkey of Green wood, Mr. Eaton of Cambridge City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams of Con nersville, formed a party wfth Mrs. Templin and family Sunday evening. Miss Kathryn Hoshour ran a needle in her right arm in the fleshy part above the elbow. She had stuck a needle in the door and inadvertently put her arm up against the door. The needle head ran in her arm and broke the point falling to the floor. The at tending physician took the thread that was in the needle from the arm. but could not locate the needle. Miss Hoshour was at Richmond and had the X-rays thrown on, but to no avail. The needle has not yet been located. Mrs. Will Daniels spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Gipe at East Germantown. Mrs. Elizabeth Atkinson spent Sun day at her son's. Charles Atkinson, at Richmond. Br. and Mrs. M. V. Brown and daughter. Miss Cora,' spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Theo Vorhees at Richmond. Miss - Mills of Dublin preached at the Friends church Sunday morning. The Sunday school observed Rail Day in a very pretty manner in the FOR SALE Modern home with hot water heat. Address, "Modern," care Palladium. 15-Tt FOR SA1J5 Small, well improved su burban premises;" weil fruited, good house and barn.; other outbuildings: - an Ideal little home for the retired farmer, or city man seeking a su burban home. Price $4,000. Apply to The J. 11 M. Agency, over 6 North Seventh street. eept 1-tf MISCELLANEOUS. HAIR weaving, iaulcurtr.g. face mas sage and scrip treatment: Shampoo ing, 35c. Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 Soutb Sixth. may25-6mo FINE HORSES Like people, die. Therefore, if you have any valuable ones, insure them against death from any cause. For particulars call on or 'phone Dougan & Co., Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf AUCTIONEERING For auctioneer ing on farm, personal property, etc. see John Kenworthy, 830 N. 12th, spt20-wed&sun-l mo PATENTS procured, also tsoio. on commission. Positively nc advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Euild ing, Washington. D. C. may22-t. BUSINESS CHANGE Thao Hunt, for a number of years with the firm of H. R. Downing & Son, is no1 asso ciated with Messrs. Chas. W. Jor dan and Daniel McManus under the firm ram? of -Jordan, McManus & Hunt. Funeral Directors. 1014 Main Street. Tel. 2173. tues-wed-sun-4 wks LOST Lost Self-filling foun tain pen, Richmond make. Reward iff re turned to PaiSadiunrs of fice. 10tf LOST Large ye.Iow cat. $5.00 reward for return. Conkey, 9th & Haiti St. 18-2t LOST-Boston bull dog. One-halt tace white. Call phone 1034. Reward. 18-lt LOST A gold pin with amethyst set. Call phone 1235 3015. morning. A very pretty exercise was given by Vernon Hess and Dorothy Hoshour. Miss Abbie Wissler of Centerville will spend Sunday with his brother, Lawrence Wissler and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Freed. Fred Gingrich was 82 years old yes terday. His daughters, Mesdames Mesdames Lamberson of " Straughn, and Kinder of Connersville, spent the day with him. Mr. Gingrich' was born in Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, and has been a resident of the Un ited States many years and is proud to say that he lives in the Hoosier state. He is a wagon makor by trade and is now busy in his work shop making carts. OR m EETR1GG anTtuLPc?m KIVKk VALLEY OREGON CCRRESPONDEMCC oticrrco This matter must not be reprinted With out special permission. Russia, the worst plague stricken, is also one of the worst rat ridden coun tries In the world. Added to this there Is widespread a disregard for sanita tion which goes hand in band with the rest and makes a terrible situation. If looked into a bit many a case of so called luck will be found to be traceable to pretty good bead work and a good deal of energy and appli cation, while many a case of bad luck Is due to shiftlessness and bad man agement. Probably the biggest cheese ever made has lately been "cast", by a Wis consin cheese factory. It weighs 2,400 pounds, required one milking of 2.100 cows to make It and Is to be on ex hibition at the national dairy show to be held soon at Chicago. No higher word of commendation can be given of any home than to have said of it that the boys and girls of the neighborhood like to gather there to spend some of their evenings. It ii an accomplishment, by the way, of which any bomemaker may well be proud. The country needs more homes of this kind. . Greeley county. Neb., has a Red Polled cow tbat has the unique distinction of being the mother of two sets of trip let calve, all of which are at present alive and thrifty, or were a shorty time SYJctJElstsrjs-a tfcen jwu M m A m i V vm a - . v Hum 1 cent per word. 7 days for ths price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. LOST Monday evening, small envel ope containing money. Owner's name on. on N. F, 15th or E be tween 14th and 21st, Thone 3712 or 2430. Reward. 18-lt LOST Belt buckie with safety fast ener somewhere between high school and East End Friends' church. Leave at Palladium and receive reward. , . 16-3t FOUND- FOUND Fountain pen at coliseum Thursday evening. Call 1219 Bridge Ave. 18-lt FOUND Two tickets belonging to Mrs. Lew Mlnck of S. 4th St. for Gennett theater. Owner may have same by calling at Palladium to night at 7. FOUND Watch; owner can have same by calling at Bullerdick's coal yard. FOUND A Scotch Collie dog atJ43 S. llth. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED. MACHINE SHOP. We W11 Make Your Metal Patterns cs well as do your repair work. WARD MACHINE CO., 200 N. Sth St. FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Por terfield, Kelly Blk, Sth & Main. AugS-tt STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and his lire- proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th and Main street. june'8-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, 14 S. Eighth street. Uncommon Humanity. At an evening1 party a very elderly woman was dancing with a young partner. A stranger approached Doug las Jerrold. who was looking on, and said: . "Pray, sir, can you tell me who Is the young man dancing with that eld erly woman?" "One of the Humane society, ' I should think." replied Jerrold. Life. tne cgffle mmm booth ner. : From rne standpoint of numbers, at least, this strain would seem to be worth while perpetuating. , ' There are reports of late to the effect that a gang of tree peddlers, claiming to be working In co-operation with the forest service In distaibuting hardy catalpas, are circulating among the farmers of the country and taking large orders for these trees. They have been looked up, have been brand ed grafters, and if any of them should hare the brass to come on your prem ises set the dog on him. , It's all right to trust in Trovldence, but such trust should be hooked up with a fair amount of good horse sense. A concrete illustration of this thought is to be found all too frequently in the case of the fellow who delays selecting his seed corn until husking time In No vember, after there have been several heavy freezes, and in the spring blames the good Lord, ill luck or the party in power because his seed corn won't sprout. From reports which seem to be very general it Is a fair deduction that twice as many new silos are being filled this fall as in any previous sea son. It's a mighty good sign and shows that a whole lot of farmers are finally getting their eyes open. The day Is not far when any man who makes serious pretense at engaging lit the stock raising or dairy business will not think of being without this great aid to economical meat and milk pro duction. A friend who has fifteen or twenty acres in potatoes this fall has several mornings of late been finding a bushel or so of the tubers pulled out of tb hills and lying exposed to the sun. While be has not, so far as we know, set a watch at night to see Just who these "diggers" are, be has found th most hills molested where the fat white grttbs haTe been rery plen tiful.' Pijttlng two and two togeth er. It is probably safe to assume that this field was In meadow or od last season and tbat the disturbance of the bills la the work of skunks or badgers, which view, the white grub as a very luscious morsel. Two years ago, following attendance at a big state fair where there was a fine display of pure bred beef cattle, the writer of these notes commented upon tht fact that prevalent standards adhered to in the judging of the beef breed seemed to result in both sires and dams being put In a condition of flesh not only abnormal, but entirely detrimental to their continued useful ness as breeders and producers, a thick blanket of fat, like charity, can cover several bovine weaknesses; hence breeders of the heavy types would compete on a far fairer basin were their show animals not only ex pected to be. but required to be. In av erage breeding condition. Mor re cently the need of the adoption of this more rational standard has been ex pressed concretely by a leading breed er who has won many blue ribbons at stock shaws and who asserts that .b.fonrths.of bj, finest bulls lg the c-ju-.v -r---r:-c 'r srscaenroy be ing fattened for the; show ring; fat cattle should be' shown . only ' in the steer class.! This puts the thing in a nutsbeJL It is strange tbat breeders have been so slow in awaking to the Importance of this simple fact. The poinsetta. which was named aft er Joel Tolusett of Suth Carolina, is a shrub of Mexican origin which makes a very interesting and attractive bouse plant. The leaves are remarkably large and smooth and show a most interest ing variation in outline, while the bloom is equally unique, the yellow blossom being borne Just above a cir cle of beautiful crimson bratts or small leaves. The plant thrives under aver age conditions and has no pests which molest It. 4 tBis concerns rou. retail i r-iuuy. )dmeU's Syrup Pepsin Is positively autvra vl to cur irtdteestion. constipation, sick b offensive breath. naalAria and &U dta- PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. , Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond. Ind.. October 17th, 1910. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich-v mond, Indiana, that on the 17th day of October, 1910. they approved an assessment roll showing the . prima facie assessments for the following described public Improvement, as au thorized by the Improvement Resolu tion named: . :..-,:, .:( Improvement Resolution No. 208-1909. Providing for the improvement of . Eighth Street, from the south line of North "A" Street, to the north line of Main Street, and from the south line of Main Street to the north line of South "A" Street, by paving the road way with Metropolitan Block cement filler: excepting that portion of said roadway occupied by the street rail way tracks,', and for a distance of IS inches on ' the outside of the outer rails of said tracks, between the points named. Said Improvement is Intersected by the following named streets ' and al leys: Main St., Sailor St., and the al leys running east and west from 7th to 9th Sts.. between North "A" St, and South "A" St and the following named alleys are parallel with and within one hundred and fifty (ISO) feet of said improvement: the first ' alley east of Sth Street, running north and south from North "A" .to South "A" Street, and .the first alley west of South 8th Street, runplng north from South !A" Street to Main Street. ' ; '. - , Persons interested in or affected by saia aescriDea puouc improvement are hereby notified that the Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Monday, Nov. 17th. 1910, 9 o'clock a. m., as a date upon which , remon strances will be, received, or heard, against the amount assessed against each piece of property described In said roll and will determine the Ques tion as to whether such lots or tracts of land baye 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 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 Worka. 18Tt Department of Public Works. Office of the Beard. Richmond, Ind.. October 18tb. 1810. To William C. Jay, Isaac E. Jay and Joseph J. Mills. -- Notice Is hereby given you that an . assessment of benefits and award of damages on account of the widening of West Sth Street, to a width of 50 . feet, from the, National road to Main St., has been made against real estate, situated In the City of Richmond, la Wayne County, State of Indiana, own ed by you. known and described as follows, which assessment of benefits and award of damages is set opposite said description: - William C. Jay and Isaac E. Jay, Sub-Division "B" and "C" Out-lot 2. ; Indiana Yearly ' Meeting of Friends Out-Lots. Benefits, $204.00, Damages $229.00. Joseph J. Mills, Lot 1, Out-lot 3-E-PL Earlham College Sub-Div. Benefits $104.00, Damages, $104.00; Joseph J. Mills, Lot 4. Out-lot 3-E-Pt. Earlham College Sub-Div. Benefits ' $20.00, Damages, $20.00. Joseph J. Mills, Lot 5, Out-lot 3-E-PL Earlham College Sub-Div. Benefits $20.00, Damages, $20.00. -, .Tnsenh.T Mill. Tstt A OnMni 3.K.TH Earlham College Sub-Div. Benefits $20.00, Damages, $20.00. Joseph J. Mills, Lot 7, Out-lot 3-E-Pt Earlham College Sub-Div. Benefits $20.00, Damages. $20.00. Joseph J. Mills, Lot 8, Out-lot 3-E-Pt. Earlham College Sub-Div. Benefits $20.00, Damages, $20.00. All in pursuance to a resolution ad opted by the Board of Public Works of ; said City on the 1st .day of August, M.xvt ni olwi urns w uits uieiuuu sua manner provided for In an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Indi ana, entitled "An Act Concerning Mu nicipal Corporations,' approved March 6, 1905, and in. accordance with and pursuant to the provisions of all amen datory and supplemental acts thereto, ' passed by the General Assembly . by the State of Indiana. The Board - of v Public Works will meet, in its office, at 9 o'clock A. M. Monday, November 21st, 1910. for the purpose of hearing any remonstrance which you may desire to present in ; regard to the, amount .of your assess ment of benefits and award of dam ages, as aforesaid. -. - H. M. HAMMOND, ; FRED R. CHARLES, ; - W. W. ZIMMERMAN.. . ' - Board of Public Works. -.'", OCtl8-2SOTl.