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THE RICHMOND PAX1,ADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY JULY 2, 1912.
News From Surrounding Towns
MILTON. Ind., July 2. Mrs. Carrie
Johnson, who spent over Sunday at
Indianapolis, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora White have as
their guests, Mrs. Oscar White and
family of Anderson.
Frank Leibhardt, of Richmond, was
the guest of his brother. George Leib
hardt, over Sunday.
Orvel and Carl Custer, of Indianapo
lis, are visiting their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Griff Cooney.
Harry Bevins, who several years ago
was in Milton with his sister, Mrs.
Frank McBean, was in town, Saturday
greeting former friends. He is a trav
eling salesman and located at Indiana
polis. He states that his mothers-is in
very ill health. He also stated that
Miss Charlotte McBean gives music at
Mrs. Carl Hoel, who has been sick
for several weeks is reported not so
Fresh water has been let into the
fish pond on Heber Newman's farm
west of town, and the fish have ceased
to die. The water comes In from some
springs and the pond was empties of
all the old water.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Crook entertain
ed as their guests at dinner Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Miller and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyne and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Beeson
and daughter, and Dr. and Mrs. Chas.
Kniese and daughter.
The wedding of Samuel Thompson
and Miss Katherine Mueller was quiet
ly consumated at the M. E. church
parsonage Sunday evening, the Rev.
Charles H. Plnnick officiating. The
bride was very becomingly attired in
a tailored suit and looked lovely. The
bride is the daughter of Charles Mil
ler, of Milton. The groom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of west of
Milton. The newlyweds will live on a
farm west of Milton.
Miss Mae Keever has returned from
a visit with her sister, near Lyons
Miss Helen Hoshour, of Cincinnati,
is visiting her mother and other rela
Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Swearing
en, of Mooreland, were called to Mil
ton, Sunday by the unexpected death
of Mrs. Swearlngen's father, the late
Mr. and Mrs. George Keever had as
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Miller, of Lyons Station.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ferguson was 92
years old yesterday. She was kindly
remembered by post cards from her
, many friends and other tokens of love
The bridge that spans the river on
the east side of town is In an unsafe
condition. A board is broken, leaving
a place that a man could drop through.
Whoever is in authority had better
look after it unless some serious acci
XT ( a Klarla TCIwaII cairn tn tt firm rA.
port of the Sunday school convention
at the Christian Sunday school Sunday
morning. She was one of the delegates.
Mrs. Geo. Klemm and sister, Miss
Bertha Lenarts, left yesterday to visit
friends at Fort Recovery and other
points In Ohio.
Great preparations are being made
for a big time here the Fourth. The
W. C. T. IT. have the matter in charge
and have procured interesting epeak-
ers from Richmond and other points
and good music will be furnished.
Everybody Is invited to attend and
bring their baskets. The picnio will be
at the school park and there will be
good water on the grounds.
v John Ferguson, who has been suffer
ing from paralysis for a few years was
found dead in his bed Sunday morn
ing. His wife was at Mooreland visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Wellington
Swearingen and on Saturday evening
the daughter who lives with them,
Mrs. Henry Hess gave her father his
' usual bath and saw him to bed. At six
o'clock Sunday morning she entered
her father's room to lower the blind
that he might not be disturbed by the
light and seeing his face quickly call
ed her husband, who found him to be
dead. He leaveB his wife and two
daughters, and other relatives and
friends. The funeral was conducted
from the family residence this morn
ing at ten o'clock, the Rev. F. C. Mc
Cormick, officiating. The burial was at
the Westside cemetery. The deceased
was a son of the late Livingston Fer
guson, and was born near Benton
ille, about 65 years ago.
CENTERVILLE, Ind., July 2. Mr.
Leo Gates and wife of California, are
visiting his uncle, Jacob Gates and
,Mr. and Mrs. John Fox have gone
to Iowa to visit relatives.
Mrs. Lone Stigleman of Richmond,
was a week end guest of Mrs. William
Gus Eggemeyer and family of Rich
mond, after attending the Odd Fellows
picnic Saturday, took supper and spent
the evening with Will Barton and fam
ily. Willa White of Old Augusta, after
attending the Sunday School conven
tion at Richmond, spent Saturday and
Sunday with her cousins, Ralph Mc
Minn and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gossett, Fred
DeMoss and Miss Carson of Dayton.
Ohio, spent Sunday with Mr. DeMoss's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William De
fMoss. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dent spent Sun
day evening with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Green.
Mrs. Jennie Frazier and son, Don
ald and sister, Miss Myrtle Cosgrove
vho have been visiting County Asses
sor Mathews and family returned to
their home in Brooklyn, N. Y today.
Mr. George Hanagan and family
spent Sunday afternoon with Charles
Wambo and family.
The Rev. Hutchins of Richmond
preached at the M. E. church Sunday
evening in the place of the regular
minister who is taking a vacation
Miss ' Bessie Buhl's Sunday School i
Class of the M. E. church which held a 1
lunch and ice cream stand in front of
Rass Culbertson's Saturday, cleared
$13.50. The girls are trying to raise
enough to fix up the north room of
the church for a church parlor.
Mrs. Grey and Miss Wettinger of La
fayette, visited Mr. Bond and family
last week and attended the Sunday
school convention at Richmond.
Mrs. Langley was able to return to i
her home here last week after under-
going an operation at Reid Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dunbar had as i
their guest Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Savage, Mrs. Paul O'Neil and children,
Miss Nola Savage and Mrs. Smith of
Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Rud
dell of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lashley spent
Sunday with William Boyd and family
The funeral services of Mr. Warren
Shumard who died Saturday night will
be held at the residence Tuesday
morning at ten o'clock, Rev. Dr. Ly
ons of Richmond, officiating. Burial
HAGERSTOWN, July 2. Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Smith entertained Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Harter and daugh
ter and Mrs. Wm. Keever.
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Harter of Elkhart
and Miss Ada Wisehart of Anderson
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Mr. John Macy was host, Sunday to
ihe 69thndiana Infantry at his home
north of Hagerstown. Eighteen com
rades were present and enjoyed the
hospitality of Mr. Macy. An elegant
dinner was served at the noon hour
by Mrs. Macy.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Flemming and
lamily entertained Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Worl, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Porter, Miss India Keys and Dorothy
Mrs. William Hatfield of Greensfork
spent Saturday with Mrs. Maude
Miss Clara Weidman has returned to
Greensfork after a week's visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Orpha Jones and daugh
ters Rita and Hilda entertained Sun
day, MiBS Magdalena Miller of Ander
son, Miss Margaret Forkner, Mr. Lou
is Petty, Miss lone Thornburg, La
Verne Thornburg, George Sherry, Wil
bur Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Sher
ry, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Fox and Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Thornburg.
Miss Edna Moore is the guest of
telatives at Columbus, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mason entertain
ed Sunday, Mrs. Erma Wimmings,
Mrs. Mary Wimmings, Mrs. Hannah
Swift and Mrs. Philip Worrel of Rich
mond. Mr. Merton W. Grills and Mrs. Laura
Grills spent Sunday at Farmland.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore and daugh
ter of New Castle visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Petro returned
Monday from a few days visit at An
derson. Miss Magdalena Miller of Anderson
returned home last evening after a
short visit with her aunt, Mrs. M. T.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gunther and nie
ces, Katherine and Helen Plummer, of
Dayton, who spent last week among
friends here were guests over Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Manning near
The L. Q. C. team won the base ball
game Sunday from the First team of
Connersville. The score was 4 to 0 in
a well played game there being only
one error in the entire game. The
feature of the game was Rhiner's all
around work, he having ten strike outs
and eight assists to first. A double
header game will be played here the
Fourth between the Empires of Rich
mond and the L. Q. C. team. The first
game will be called at 9:30 a. m. and
the second at 2:30 p. m. An unusual
interest is being taken In base ball
this season owing to the excellent line
up and management of the home team.
Richard Elwood la the base ball mana
ger. The Two O'clock club will postpone
its regular meeting until July 11th
when the hostess will be Mrs. Ray
Mrs. A. R. Jones will entertain the
Priscilla club Thursday afternoon at
Ler home on South Perry street.
J. H. Kidwell has returned from
an extended business trip.
NEW PARIS, OHIO.
NEW PARIS. O., July 2. Miss Myr
tle Menke of Richmond was the guest
of Miss Elsie McGill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Barr entertained
i t dinner Sunday. Mr. Alex Barr and
Miss Pearl and Bruce Barr, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Benner and Miss Fern Shep
tird of Marine, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jones entertained
at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Flack of Richmond, Mrs. Mary Young
and daughter, Ada and Edward Mc
Mahen of Cincinnati.
Master Edward Barr of Chicago is
visiting relatives here and at Gettys
burg. Mrs. Patrick Neanen and Miss Mary
O'Dea spent Saturday and Sunday the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cahill of
Mrs. Will Erwin of Eldorado spent
Friday with her father Alex Barr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Porterfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bice and family,
Miss Frances Means and mother were
thfi Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fortney, Mr. and
Mrs. John Barney, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Murry attended the Murray at Rich
mond Friday night.
Louis Uiia who was injured several
veeks ago, came home Sunday .from
the hospital where he has been since
the accident. He Is getting along very
nicely and is able to be out.
Miss Grace Samuels is home from
"Miss Yronne Miller of West Man
chester was the guest of Miss Marie
Miss Carrie Haller spent Sunday at
Mrs. Hoover returned homo .Friday
from Indianapolis. Her granddaughter, !
jM'ss Onda Larsh, returned with her'
I and visited over Saturday and Sunday, i
Wanda King, Helen Davis, Gladys ;
I Miller, Gertrude Hawley, Mary Porter-
frt-ld, Susie Brown, Mary Hawley,
Grace, McWhinney, Grace Wren of
Odessa, Fla., and Dona Turner of Win-!
Chester, formed a picnic party on Sun- j
Ftt hill Friday evening. j
Mr. and Mrs. Will Roach and son of :
Indianapolis who has been visiting
Mrs. Roach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ;
James Barnett, spent a few days in '
Xenia. They returned here Sunday
jrtay over the Fourth. j
Mrg Carrie Lancaster. Mrs. Herman
T?pv and Pres. Markley all of Rich- j
,.-.ond ,pent Saturday with Mrs. Lew j
Miss Margretta Horner spent Satur
day and Sunday in Richmond.
Mr. Willie Glenn spent Sunday in
Mr. Ingram of New Madison, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cranes.
Mrs. W. C. Nelson and baby spent
Sunday in Milford Center.
Mrs. T. J. Carry is on the sick list.
NOT TOO GREEN.
He Knew Enough to Painfully Realize
His Exact Position.
Francis Kilkenny lauded in Cblcr.po
some years ago, fresh from Irelaud.
with but a few dollars and no job in
sight. He decided to buy a second
hand lawn mower and make some
money cutting grass. He was directed
to the north side of Chicago and final
ly struck the place where the big
houses and fine lawns are.
He went up the steps of a mansion,
hammered on the front door and was
vastly astonished to have a man stick
his head out of an upstairs window
and ask: "What are you doing there,
you greenhorn? Can't you see this
house Is closed for the summer?"
"But you're In it," answered Kil
kenny. "Sure I'm In it I'm the caretaker.
If you want anything Just go round to
the back door, where you belong."
Kilkenny started round, but came to
a tall board fence that ran clear across
"HOW LONG HAVX YOU BEEN OVER?"
the lawn and had spikes on it. He
didn't see the door in the fence and.
after figuring for a time, put his lawn
mower against the fence and tried to
climb over regardless of the spikes.
The lawn mower slipped, and Kilkenny
stuck on one of the spikes and bung
The caretaker heard his yells and
came out Finding Kilkenny banging
there in the air, be looked up at blm
"Well, you are green I How long
have you been over?"
"Begobs!" shouted Kilkenny. "I
ain't over yet!" Philadelphia Satur
day Evening Post
Jefferson's Prayer and Poultice.
Joseph Jefferson was suddenly taken
111 once while visiting at the home of
a friend. The wife of the friend whose
hospitality he had enjoyed became
alarmed over his condition and. being
of a religious turn of mind, wished to
Instill in the mind of the actor her be
lief in the necessity for spiritual con
templation. A call to his room for the
purpose of applying a poultice gave
her the much desired opportunity.
"Mr. Jefferson," she said, nervously
shifting the poultice from one hand to
the other, "for your sake, for tLk sake
of your friends, your family, I I
would like to pray for you."
The actor listened attentively, and
his answer came slowly. "Yes, mad
am," be said, "you may for my sake,
for your sake, for everybody's sake
but for heaven's sake put on that poul
tice!" The Xoouaay Of Life.
Married people should learn what to do In
one another's little ills, and tor the ilia of the
children that may come. They are sure sooner
or later to have occasion to treat constipation
or Indigestion. - When the opportunity comes
remember that the quickest way to obtain relief,
and finally a permanent cure, is with Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin, the great herb laxative
compound. A -bottle shoo d always be in the
bouse. It ccst only 50 cents or f 1 at drug stores.
NOTICE TO CONTRACT
The Foster Construction Co., have
opened a factory for the manufacture
of Cement Blocks, Copings, Porch Col
umns, Caps Sills, etc.. at Tie Old Mill
They have a complete outfit of mod
ern machinery and are using nothing
but washed and graded materials in
all their work. If you are a contrac
tor it will pay you to use the best ma
terials obtainable. If you are going
to build it will pay you to Insist that
your contractor use the Foster Con
struction Co.'s products. Would be
pleased to have call at Factory and
Inspect their Products or call phones:
Res. 2529 or FactorySjlQS,
The following are replies to Palladium
Want Ads., received at this office. Advertis
ers will confer a great favcr by calling for
mail in answer to their ads. Mail at this of
fice up to 9 a. m., as follows:
Anna 3 E. F.
E. B 1 Frank
Mail will be kept for "0 days only. All
mail not called for within that time will be
Jordan, McManus & Hunt.
Free Funeral Chapel. Moderate Prices.
1014 Main St. IeJi21Z?
WANTED MUSIC PU
PILS BY A FORMER
CALL AT 1417 NORTH C
ST. OR PHONE 1874.
MANUFACTURER ot new, exclusive
linen heel and toe guaranteed hosi
ery wants agent in every county.
Sales enormous. Re-orders Insure
permanent, Increasing income. Ex
clusive territory. Cred'i. PARKER
KNITTING CO, 733 CheJtnut St.
Philadelphia, Pa. 17-tt
WANTEDGet your screen doors and
windows made and repaired. Lawn
mowers sharpened. Gasoline stoves
and hot plates repaired. Baby cab
re-tired. We repair everything. All
work called for and delivered.
Brown, Darnell Co., 1020 Main.
Phone 1936. 15-tf
WANTED If you want mcuey In
place of your city property, go
right to Porterfield's Real Estate
office. Kelly block. 8th and Main.
WANTED To weave rag and ingrain
I rugs, also carpets. 808 North I
WALL PAPER TO CLEAN
BENNETT, THE CLEANER
Phone Quigley's 1298
WANTED to Rent house of 4 rooms;
address D. O.. care Palladium.
WANTED To do private detective
work; first class work; private in
vestigations. Address P. O. Box 18.
WANTED To buy a good two-passenger
machine. Must be in good con
dition and cheap. Address "Ma
chine" care Palladium. 25-tf
WANTED COPIES O F
PALLADIUM OF APRIL
1ST. LEAVE AT PALLA
DIUM OFFICE. tf
WANTED Place to board and room
with private family. Must be Cen
tral. Address "M," care Palladium.
Carpenters wanted steady
work to first class mechanics. Ap
ply Superintendent, The Wildwood
Builders, 602-8 Shoaff Bldg., Fort
Wayne, Ind. 28-14t
WANTED Laborers and repair men.
Apply at Gas Works. l-3t
V ANTED Copies of Palla
dium of March 5-18-27-31-April
FIRST CLASS SALESMAN Large
corporation, main offices Richmond,
desires to employ a few more sales
men for Ohio, Indiana and Michigan.
Call on W. H. Webb, Salesmanager,
Westcott Hotel, evenings. 2-2t
WANTElPSO men to work on the
street. Inquire at West 5th and
Main streets. Trippeer and Son Con
tractors. WANTED Three able bodied women.
Wakes $18 per month. Westcott Ho-
' tel. 2-tf
WANTED Position as Chauffeur.
Can give reference. Address "W. M."
care Palladium. 2-2t
WANTED Young ladies and young
men to travel through Ohio, Ken
tucky and Texas. Transportation
. paid throughout territory. Call Mr.
Cohn, Windsor Hotel, N. E street,
between 6 and 8 o'clock. 2-lt
WAXTEDr barber at 623 Main St.
George Becker, Richmond. Ind. 2-2t
WANTED Laborers. Hackman and
Klehfoth, South G street between
6th and 7th. 2-lt
MODERN APARTMENTS for rent; 5
rooms. Call at 1426 Main. 25-tf
FOR RENT Furnished flat for light
housekeeping; 105 North 4th.
FOR RENT Outside apartments, first
floor, Wayne Flats. Inquire Louck
and Hill Co. 5-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
bath, for gents only, at the Grand.
FOR RENT Two furnished front
room for light housekeeping. 202
N. 7th st l-2t
FOR RENT 5 room flat, electriclight"
bath. 414 W. 1st st. A. W. Gregg,
Hoosier Store. jlyl-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. 122
FOR RENT Second story Harring
ton Apartment. 36 South 8th St. 7-tf
rutt KcNl i room modern house,
101 W. Pearl. Phone 2477.
GETTING FULL VALUE
Your time has a market value. Where and
how are you marketing it?
Are you getting full value for your experience
and ability? Is just remuneration gained for the
tasks that you are able to perform with skill and
The great market place is the Want Columns.
Through the Want Columns you may learn of
the openings that exist in your line of work you
may know what good jobs are available you can
keep posted regarding opportunities for advance
ment. To be alive to opportunity you must read the
Ad Notifies the Public of
FOR RENT Continued.
FOR RENT Furnished light house
keeping rooms to man and wife
without children. Call 516 Main St.
FOR RENT 7 room house,
bath, good shape, at 214 N.
19th. Phone 1814.
FOR RENT Modern house.
9th. Inquire 207 N. 9th.
FOR RENT For cash, farm of lOo
acres, good land, close to Irterur
ban and market. Address with refer
ence, "O, J.," care Palladium. 26-tf
FOR RENTA nice front office; plen
ty of light and nicely furnished and
phone. $7 50 per month. 911 Main
FOR RENT 2 room flat furnished
for housekeeping. Inquire 46 South
11th street. 28-tf
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Modern. Call 315
Randolph. Phone 3137. 29-7t
FOR SALE REAL ES
TATE FOR SALE
JRichmond property a spec
ialty. Porterfield, Kelly
Blk., 8th and Main. "
SANFORD E. HENNING
FARMS, REAL ESTATE.
LOANS AND INSURANCE
205 NORTH 8TH
FOR SALE House, nine room brick,
N. W. Cor. S. 3rd and B streets.
Room on back end of lot for double
house facing B street. 27-7t
FOR SALE All kinds, ail prices.
Richmond property. 47 acres. $3,600,
2V4 miles Richmond. Black soil.
Best 187 acres in Wayne County.
$100 per acre, one mile good town,
good improvements. 160 acres one
mile mile good town, sugar tree
land, no waste. No. 1 buildings and
fences, good springs, on pike; must
sell at once, would be cheap at $75;
can be bought for $50 per acre in
Wayne county. Arthur Brooks.
Phone 1303. 16 North 17th. 20-tf
GET IN LINE
if you are hunting for a piece of pro
perty for a home, or as a good Invest
ment. We are in the Real Estate busi
ness and are well posted on such mat
ters. The information and advise we
are always glad to give you, will aid
vou materially in your selection. Some
j choice houses at a bargain just now.
WM. H. BRADBURY
Rooms 1 & 3 Westcott Block,
FOR SALE My home, 218
South 16th street; inquire
at residence or see J. F.
Bartel , Hoosier Store.
FOR SALE Howard Jones residence
103 South 21st St. For Information
inquire 1818 Main St., or Phone
FOR SALE A modern house, S. Ei
cor. Main and 2d sts. l-2t
FOR SALE: Five room cottage. Own-.
er 169 Bridge ave. Phone 3065. l-7t i
SEE MOORE & OGBORN for all j
kinds of Insurance. Bonds anu !
Loans. Real Estate and Rentals.
Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg. feb20-tt ;
REAL ESTATE j
CITY PROPERTIES AND FARMS;
Liberty Ave.. R. R. 1. Phone 417L i
j Office at Keys Harness Store. 616 '
Main street Phone 265S. 19-tf
WELL AND CISTERN DIGGERS
H. O. BURDEN E. H. BURDEN
Well and Cistern Diggers. We do ev
erything complete. Burden Sc Burden,
39 Bridge Avenue. ualS-lmo
FUNK & MILLER
Greenhouse business. Guilt Edged. ' June. 1912. they approved the assess
located in a good live town, can be ment roll showing the prima facie
bought right. ! assessments for the following describ-
Grocerv store in a good inland town, cd public improvement, as authorU
A monev maker. . ? b th improvement Resolution
Hardware store well located in a
good live little city.
Whon lnnlf i n tr fnr
anv kind see us. It is our business to ; Sou,h ,3th and H,h D
know where the pood things are. Get ! construction of cement roadway in
into the habit of calling on us at least ; ' " from Sou,h "c to D
once a week in order to keep posted street.
on the many bargains that we have to t Improvement Resolution No. 304, 1912.
offer from time to time. j For the improvera-nt of Laurel
p. s.: Farm of 79 acres, well le-! Street, by constructing cement sidr
cated, close to railroad. 5 room cottage walk, curb and gutter on both sld
house, good barn. $85 per acre.
Real Estate lxans. lasnranc- We Improvement Resolution No. 321. 1912.
can sell your property, no difference For the improvement of alley be
where located. Our motto. "A Square , tween Ft. Wayne Ave., and North Sth
Deal to Both Buyer and Seller.
D. R. FUNK & .1. H. MILLER.
Second National Bank Building.
FOR SALE A good light road cart at
Meyers and Park. South 6th St.
FOR SALE One-half price for a good
phaeton. Call at Ryan's Livery
stable. South 10th.
sat. tues. thur 20 tf
FOR SALE New brass bed, best ofi""""" : .
. . . , i. . i 'have been or will benefited in the
reinforced springs, felt matress, also i . ,, .
u v t v T . ..,, t, i amounts named on said roll, or In a
three hole hot plate. 10274 E. Main. . , ,k. ..
. . ... greater or less sum than that namea
Apartment 4. 2-lt!"
j on said roll.
FOR SALE Fresh cow. Genuine Jer- j Said assessment roll showing said
sey stock. 209 College Ave. 2-3t j prima facie assessments, with the
FOR SALE-Cheap: Furniture. Owner Mmpg f !.ner' a"d P"0" of
i.in. i.,. mi c..h iw property subject to be assessed. It on
FOR SALE Paying business on
Main street. Address "A. K.," for
FO RSALE Cadillac single cylinder
Runabout cheap. 41 North 6th St.
FOR SALE Grocery stock and fix
tures; good business; good location.
Leaving city. Address Frank, care ,
Palladium. l-3t j
FOR SALE Block wood. dry. $5.
ble cord. Phone 4105.
FOR SALE Second hand typewrit- J
ers; cheap; call 23 North 9th St. j
FOR SALE All kinds, all prlceB. Rich
mond property: forty-seven acres,
$3,500, 2i,i miles Richmond, black ;
soil, best f?rm in state, $100 per
acre; looks like $150 per acre ground
Arthur Brooks, 16 N. 17th Street. ;
LOST A pair of gold rimmed glasses !
between South 8th and C and South j
10th and E street. Finder return to i
201 South 8th and receie reward. !
COST Saturday evening, a yellow
and white kitten. Phone 1334. 203
S. 7th st. l-2t
FOUND Small package at Earlham
cemetery. Call at 328 S. 7th st.,
any time. 1 2t
Department of Public Works.
Office of the Board.
Richmond. Ind., June 24th. 1912.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given by the Board
of Public Works of the City of Rich
mond, Indiana, that on the 24th day of
June, 1912. they unanimously adopted
Improvement Resolution No. 333, 1912,
providing for the improvement of the
alley between North Sth and 10th
streets by constructing a cement road
way in said alley the full width there
of, from North "B" to North "C" street.
The Board of Public Works of said
city has fixed Monday. July 22nd, 1912
as a date upon which remonstrances
may be filed or presented by persons
interested in, or affected by. said pro
posed improvement as above describ
ed, and on said day, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
said Board will meet at its office for
the purpose of hearing and considering
any remonstrances which may have
been filed or presented, and for the
purpose of taking final action thereon.
Such action shall be final and conclus
ive upon all persons.
H. M. Hammond,
Fred R Charles,
W. W. Zimmerman,
Board of Public Worka-
Wanted. For Sale, For Rent,
Etc., lc per word or 7 days for the
price of 5 days..
Found and Situation Wanted,
are inserted free 2 insertions.
Lower rate if contract is made on
monthly or vearlv basis.
Department of Public Works.
Office of the Board.
PiKhmnn.l InA Inn- "Hh 191?.
i To Whom It May Concern:
1 of Public Works, of the City of Rlch
I mcnJ. Indiana, that on the 24th day of
Improvement Resolution No. 295. 1912.
iror ine improumrBi 'i iur n-j -
; of street.
from Sheridan to West 1st
street, by construction of cement
roadway in said alley, from North
Sth street to North "D" street.
Persons interested In or affected
by said described public improvement
.' are hereby notified that the Board or
i Public Works of said city has fixed
i Thursday. July 11, 1912. 9 o'clock a. m..
' as a date upon which remonstrances
j will he received or heard, against the
j amount assessed against each piece of
j property descrlb ed In said roll and
will determine the question as to
ine anu iimj uv irr:n i iuc vm.v
of the Board of Public Work of aald
H. M. Hammond,
Fred R. Charles.
W. W. Zimmerman.
.Board of Public Work.
June 25 one wk.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF AD
MINISTRATOR. State of Indiana. Wayne County, 8S.
Estate of Mary A. Study'. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned' has been appointed by the
Wayne Circuit Court as Administrator
of the Estate of Mary A. Study, de
ceased, late of Wayne county, Indiana.
Said estate is probably solvent.
ABEL L. STUDY.
ROBT. L. STUDY.
THOS. J. STUDY, Attorney.
Jun 25-july 2 9
Knew He Was Beaten.
Roscoe ConWliuc. roi:ulzM as eru
dite Id hntltutloiinl mat'rn. bad sub
mitted si question to Ihe enote. taking
the nilirrnative of the propoMtioa Th
following day Seu.-itor E-lioundx irw
and took the opp"'in" view. Edmund-
was a j:rent friend nnd udmlrer of Al
len J. Tinirinau of Ob!' and of Joe
McDonald uf Indiana.
"May I asli the senator from Vermont
if be ha cojfrred with tbe senator
from Ohio ou this matter?" Cookling
asked. Edmund replied that be had.
"May 1 further Inquire If tbe senator
from In-l'ana was in the conference T
rontlnued Cookling. "He was." replied
Tbeu there Is no need for me to
make further argument. aald the Kew
York senator. Washington Post.
The Sign "8S,"
The letters are to be found at
tbe beginning of acknowledgments and
other legal documents, but not one in
a dozen can tell you what that cabalis
tic "as." Is for. Tbe abbreviation is a
contraction of tbe Latin word "scili
cet.' which Is also a contraction, hav
lng originally been written as "scire
Ucate. neither of which, you will note.
1 has more than one "a." The word en
I tire or in its abbreviated state is eqniv
i alent to the old English, "to wit," still
widely used, the design of both being
j simply to call particular attention to
! what follows.
! Turn About.
"Turn about is fair play quoted the
"Yes. answered tbe simple mas,
"the man who throws a banana skla
on tbe sidewalk shouldn't be surprised
If the banana skin throws blm la tbe
same place. Philadelphia Record.
What Impressed Him.
"So yon got the opinions of two law
yers on the case. Were their opinions
-Yes: $-V) each." Boston Transcript.
Earnestness is the soul of