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LOCAL MARKETS The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, April 3, 1906. CHICAGO MARKETS I INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS RICHMOND SHOE MAN FIGURES THAT HIGH PRICE OF LEATH ER IS DUE TO THE MANY VEGETARIANS. He Contend That People Are Ceas ing to Eat Meat and as Leather is a by Product of Meat it Has Advanc ed in Proportion as the Demand For Meat Has Fallen Off Advance From 20 to 60 Per Cent. A local Bhoa man is of the opinion that vegetarians are largely responsi ble for the increasing prices of .hoe leather. "The world's visible supply of hides," said the shoe man is becom ing less each year in proportion, to the increase in population. The hide industry is dependent on ne con sumption of meat. It la a by product of the packing Industry. Peonle are eating less meat than formerly. The consumption of cereal and vegetable foods in Increasing every year, and the price of leather is increasing pro portionately. There has been an ad ranee In shoe leather all along the line, and It would be natural and le gltlmate for shoe dealers to ask from 10 lo 30 percent more for their goods but they won't except in the cheap est grades." Hides have advanced from 50 to 60 percent, sole leather from 20 to percent and tipper leather from 30 to 40 per cent, but shoes are seling here at nearly the same old prices. Mt.... .I Publishers.' Prs1 Wheat Opened Firm on Cables and Shipments but Eased Off on Good Weather Report. Commission Houses Livery Seller::. . Chicago.' April 2. The wheat mar ket opened" steady, but eased off shortly after. The firm feelln- at the opening was caused by cable and small world's shipments, but this was offset by good weather reports, which Induced lively selling by commission houses. May opened a shade lower to ueumea lo 7777c and reacted to 77 Vic Com Opened Eacie" ine corn market opened easy, chiefly because of reports of good weather in the corn belt. Pit traripra were the principal sellers. May open- 'and u uduueu to ufuthe UNUSUALLY SMALL RUN OF HOGS WERE SOON ON STEADY BASIS. Reports From Other Places Favored Sellers Run of Cattle Wrs Fair for Monday Top kind Were Ab sent Stocker and Feeding Cattle Declined No Market on Sheep. CINCINNATI MARKETS Publishers Press Indianapolis. April 2. ReceiDs to day 1.000 hogs and 500 cattle Receipts on hogs today were unus ually small, even for :.:ondav mar. the flllalftv SltlH rrr,A If t t'.fti consignments was hardly eaual 5.10; common COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery.) Butter. Creamery, 23c to 27c Country , ... 15c to 20c Eggs. Country, per dozen 13c Toultry, Per Lb. Chickens, dressed, 15c Turkeys, dressed 18c to 20c Ducks, dressed lCc to 17c PROVISION RETAIL PRICES. (Furnished by Bee Hive Grocery.) Fruits. Dates, per lb., 10c Lemons, doz., 30c Apples, per bu $1.80 to S2.25 Cal. Oranges, doz 25c to GOc Figs, per lb 1 20c Bananas', dos., 15c to 20c Malaga Grapes, lb 20c Grape Fruit, each v I5c Strawberries, per, qt 50-60c Vegetables. naaisnes, per buncn 05c Cabbage, per lb., 04c Lettuce, per ib 20c Spinach, per lb 10c Cal. Celery, bunch 10c 3 bunches 25c Cucumbers, each, 20-25c Egg Plant 15c to20c Tomatoes, each 05c Green Deans, per V pk ..25c Potatoes Jersey Sweets, per pk., . 50c Common, per bu .75c Flour. Pancake, per pkg., .. uucKwneat, per pkg lOc Popcorn fr. I. II. tuui ier iu., nrC Shelled, per lb., . ioc Miscellaneous -wine, per pit., toe Maple Syrup, per gal $12 Extra Fine, per gal. $1.40 The oafs market was firm, in svm ,lu corn, fliay opened changed to yMc lower, sold at 3 n 4 .1 11 ..u uecunea to ::ofc, where for a tibe, it held steady. There was almost no trading in pro fusions, uui tne market because of an advance of live stock. un-0c was firm. in the price (Furnished by O. G May. July May. July May. July. May. , July. , May. . July May. . July. . Murray. open close Wheat. .... 77 to 77 77to77 77 Corn. 44 44 44to 44 Oats. Pork. Lard. Ribs. .SOtoVi 29 M . . 16.,7 1627 . 847 855to57 870 872 31 29 1635 1625 845 855 870 872 Chicago Live Stock. Rects hogs, 33,000, held over 19.850. Prospects 5 cents higher. Light 630 week, mere being an absence of any lo the standard at the close of last in their class. Sellers were favor good enough to command top prices ed to some extent by reports from other places. The small suunlv was soon sold on a steady basis, and the ! marKet closed steady. Sales ranged from S6.50 6.65. There were no hogs here as god as those that sold at $6.70 Saturday. Near Steady for Cattle. There was a fair Monday run of cattle and aside from an absence of top kind there was about, as complete a variety as usual at this time fn the week. The market VJ41VV4 "li'l IU cal packers the only buyers in the field, and the bidding was sluggish and lower. Salesmen, however, got near the steady prices for the best selections in all departments, but the least desirable cattle were weak and sometimes 10c lower than last Fri day. Bulls were about steav at last week's closing' prices, and good calves were stronger.. Local buyers were the only dealers in the market for stockers and feeding cattle at a decline of 10l5c in prices from the close of last week. Sheep and Lambs Scarce. As usual on the opening day of the week there were not enough sheep or iuiiids nere to make a market, Filing Off in Receipts the Chief Fea ture Yesterday Market fairly ac tive, and Prices Ruled High Hogs Found Ready Sales. f Publishers' Press Cincinnati, April 2. Receipts: hogs, 2,480; sheep 2; cattle. 1.220. Cattle The run of cattle from the country today was siEall, and although a good many slop-red cows were brought in from neighboring dairy-eta-bles, offerings on the market were but fair for the first of the waek and about 500 head smaller than on Mon-fl day last week. Heavy steers: Choice to extra $5.15 5.50, fair to good, $4.505.10, oxen $2.75 4.65. Butcher steers: Extra 5.35; good to choice $4,505? to fair $3.253.85. Heifers: Extr $t.754.S5, good to choice $54.004.65, common to fair $3.004.35. Cows: Extra$4.35& 4.50, good to choice $3.50 4.25. common to fair $1.253.C3; canners. $1.2502.75, stockers and feeders$2.754.63. Bulls Moderate receipts and mar ket steady, with a fair request for good bologna grades. Thin end light $2.25 (g 3.25, bologna $3.25 3.95, exta, $3.85 4, fat bulls $3.754.25. Calves Common and large $2.50 5.50, fair to good light $4.505.50, choice to extra $5.756. Hogs Receipts of hogs wera quite small today for Monday. Good to choice packers and buchers $6.70 C.75, mixed packers $6.656.75, com- NEW YORK MARKETS COAL STOCKS AND INDUSTRIALS LED ADVANCE IN NEW YORK STOCKS. r r r-nces ose on Widely Distributed ! Demand Reading Reacted Slightly on Profit Taking Sales, Later Re covering a Ccuple of Points Drop in Consolidated Gas Unsettled Market. Publishers' Press New York April 2. Prices rose all around on a' widely distributed open ing demand in the stock market to day. The coal stocks and the indus trials led the advance. The expected realizing on the open ing rise had little effect outside of Reading, which reacted a point. A well-maintained demand held the lev el of prices and caused additional ad vances, especially in the Vanderbilt St. Paul, Union Pacific and Amalga mated Copper. Market Started Upward. Prices started upward again with renewed vigor, after a period of slight hesitation. Reading, was push ed up aggressively 2, and Union Pa cific extended its rise, to 1. A num ber of coal and Iron railroads and in dustrial stocks, including the Penn sylvania and the United States stei mon to cnoice heavy fat sows $o.40(S stocks, made 1 point gains The mar YOUTH ENERGY PURPOSE 652;, mixed. 630 652: heavv. tw "V , ,nfrKei' and rnn-h MAAfiiA. II .. . "mUftC 111 P"CeS. Best vn!uiD, came, wnn lamho 1,4 n i. - and wool sheep from ;4.504.75. 6.25, stags $4 5. light shippers $6.20 (S6.55, pigs 110 lbs and less $5 6.10. Sheep a:l Lambs Receipts small and prices quotable strong as follows: feneep: fc.xtra$o.6o u.75, good to choice $5.10 5.60, common to fair $3.505. Lambs: Extra $6.75, good to choice $6.25 6.65, common to fair $4.256. Notice. 630 655; 7,000 steady; sheep, 22,000 strong. VIISIBLE SUPPLY. Wheat Dec Corn Dec Oats Dec . 812,000 .2,221,000 1,336,000 BANK STATEMENT. Reserves Dec. 1 1,232,500 Reserves less than U.S. Dec - 1,251,575 Loans-Dec ; .. ..3,829,700 L.egai tenders Dec 1,101,800 Deposits Dec 8,780,800 Circulation Dec 485,300 Cattle. Steers Good Jo choice steers, 1,- 200 lbs. and upward $5.35 5.75 Common to medium steers, 1,300 lbs. and No false pretense has marked the career of Ely's Cream Balm. No Idle promises of rewards for cases it will not cure. Being entirely harm less, it is not responsible like the ca tarrh snuffs and powders, for minds shattered by cocaine. The great pos itive virtue of Ely's Cream Balm is that It speedily and completely cures upward Heifers Good to choice Fair to medium to choice . Fair to medium .. Bulls - o.iotfj) .20 rair to medium sssiffi sr. Calves- common to best veal 4 00 6.25 5.00 5.50 4.25 4.75 3.75 4.15 3.75 "4.50 3.35-K 3.C5 Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of the Second Ward of the City of Richmond, Wayne township, Wayne County, Indiana, that I, the under signed, a male resident of said state, over the age of twenty-one years, and being of good moral character, and being and having been a continuous resident of tire said township for nine ty days prior to the time of filine- salrl application, will apply to the Board JfVAnaconda County Commissioners of said county at their next regular session, com mencing on the first Monday iu May, 1906, for a license to sel'- intoxicating spintous, vinous, and malt liquors, in ket showed breadth and animation urop m consolidated Gas to 1 be low Saturday unsettled the market and there were recessions from the best. ine drop in consolidated Gas nicn was extended to over 3 points curbed the bullish enthusiasm, al though there were a few stocks which sold higher than in the morning, not ably Amalgamated Copper and Read Ing. Amalgamated Copper got up 2 and Reading 5. Rock Island preferr ed fell 1 NEW YORK STOCK Arcal Copper Am C and F Am Locomotive . . Am Smelt and rfg Am Sugar rfy . . Atchison MARKET. Open Close a less quantity than 5 gallons" at a time, and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in con formity w.ith the laws of the state of Indiana, now in force, regulating and restricting the sale of such liquors. I anm and will be the actual owner and proprietor of such business, and am not acting as the agent or partner of mother in the conduct thereof. The precise location of the premises Fair to good heavy 2.50 G.OO where I propose to sell and will sail Hogs. 15 6.55 nasal catarrh and hav fever. nari- Best heavies. 210 lha snH oittucmeui is tne testimony of upward ...$6.50 G.60 mousands and a reputation of many Medium and mixed. 190 jeirB success. All druggists, 50c. lbs. and unwnrri a i' or manea Dy .iy Bros., 56 Warren Gcod to choice lisrhr ifirt StrAO Vow Vrt,. ' " ..vi. A VI n. I -IKfl tr. 1 Oil K -n - - .low iua. O.OUIO Common lo good lights, I'll t-i 1 1 1 t n . . j .. Sheep. spring Lambs $C.25 0.75 Good to choice sheep 4.25 5.00 3.00 4.25 your face; un, cnarue, this is a great injustice Culls to medium sheen io ine, I'm simply using Tea. (Cards out.) For sale by A. G. Luken & Co Rocky Mountain Try to win the Palladium $1 "tiD" prize. You're growing. more beautiful day by day, Dear Grace, Honey, per lb . . '-2 1 hope yu're not.using cosmetics on Maple Sugar, per lb is Clam Chowder, per can 25 WAGON MARKET. (Paid by H. J. Ridge & Son.) rt urn 35 to 38c Corn No. 2, 56 lbs r0p ouc"cu 55c ' Hay. iimotny, new baled. ...SD.oo to r.n New hay 80 in Q nft in m ... iuixea nay, Daied .18.00 Clover. J.rtlCU, ; 7 Art r . Seed, per bu., j6.oo to $8.00 uats. uaia per BU 9KP in 9S oneRI cats 8c to 10c Wheat. VT-V. A n C t 1 , w 70c to $1.15 Miscellaneous. Pl'A HAn K.. --rf"-, uu Kn, t Straw, baled, per ton ..$4.50 to $5.00 w. $6-00 tQ ,S00 RETAIL MARKET. (Furnished. by Ha "uu l rurK per iq, to 13c per iu... 1Q c tQ 2Qc Beefsteak per lb ,2c to ,-c Fresh Pork, per lb..' ....in n n iK Chuck Roast, per lb.. . ia J'ie ou r 6c to 15c Pork chops, per lb.. in,. Fish, per lb said intoxicating liquors should a li cense be granted me, is as follows, to wit: Being certain room, No. 420 on the ground floor fronting on Main street, of building known as the Commercial Hotel, situated on lots Nos. 15 and 16 in Jeremiah Cox's addition to the City of Richmond. Wayne tnwnahin Wayne County, Indfana. WILLIAM C. PIPHER. apr3-10-17 10914 46 . . 69 .. 160 Vs .. 142 94 . . 276 V. 'Atchison pfd 103 Baltimore & Ohio 112 Brooklyn R. T 88 Canadian Pacific 172 Chesapeake & Ohio .... 59 Colo Fuel & Iron ...... 57 Erie 44 111 Central 173 Louis & Nash . . .. .. .. 15114 Met St R R .. .. .. .-. H614 Mexican Central 2oVa Missouri Pac 95 Mo Kan & Texas 35 National Lead, S2Vs 144 . 88 .138 .138 . 94 137 32 103 no e Richmond Live.ttou- Hogs top, heavy, $5.80 to $6.00 per r tin1 paH v iuiiui rit "OSrt -ft,bS- Cmmon an roh. $S. 10 $a.,o per hundred. to $6.15 per hundred. Chofce butcher steers. $450 to $4.75 per hundred. Lambs $5 50 to $6 por huKdred Calves $6.00 to $6.50 per hundred. OOOOOOOOOOO X wesicou Pharmacy, O For Pure Drugs and medicines. O Ice Cream Soda. o o o o o 00000 000000 'plum.- ih.L 11.01, . . ).... I gd .Hcrvice un,l proniIlt delivery Otto Rettlg, Manner Phones: Ben. 10R: Hon,;. 91K Stops earache, In two minutes: toothache or pain of brn or scald in five minutes; hoarseness, one hour musclcache. two hours; SOie throat, twelve hours Dr. Thomas Eclectrlc Oil, monorcfi over icia. STRAIN TOO GREAT. Hundreds of Richmond Readers Find Daily Toil a Burden. The hustle and worry of business men, The hard work and stoopins of workmen, The woman's household cares, Are too great a strain on the kid neys. Backache, headache, sideache. Kidney troubles, urinary troubles follow. , A Richmond citizen tells you how to cure them. D CasseK 711 South Eighth street. employed at the Richmond Casket Co.'s factory , corner of Ninth and South A streets, says: 'For several years I was bothered with my kidneys and the trouble no doubt was aggra vated by the frequent heavy lifting and carrying I do at my work. There was a heavy, severe aching, bearing down pain through my loins, which was a constant worry to me. Per sistent, dizzy headaches also-bother- ea me. and tnougn J used a gret many different remedies at different times I did not receive any apparent benefit. I saw Doan's Kldnev Pill3 advertised and got a box at A. G. Lu ken & Co.'s drug store and used them. They certainly did me a great deal of good." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sjle agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. A Badly Burned Girl or boy, man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is applied promptly. G. J. Welch, of Tekonsha, Mich., says: "I use it In my family for cuts, sores and all skin in juries, and find it perfect." Quick Hay Timothy, $9.0010.50; clover est Pe cure known. Best healing $7.008.00; mixed hay, $7.009.00; salve made. 25c at A. G. Luken & straw, $4.00 5.00. Co. s drug store. Wagon Market. Corn 4750c. Sheaf Oats $8.00 9.00. New Shelled Oats 32 35c. Millet $7.008.00. New York Central Norfolk & Western Pacific Mail .. .. Pennsylvania . . People's Gas.. .., Reading Republis Steel .. Republic Steel pfd Rock Island . . Rock Island prfd b8 southern Pacific 69 Southern Railway .... 41 Southern Ry pfd 102 Tenn'Coal & Iron .... 149 Texas & Pacific 33 Union Pacific .. ..l57to U S Steel 42 U S Steel pfd 107 Wabash , . 23 Wabash pfd 50 Sales 2 p. m. S93.200. New Yok Money Market 9 per cent c in and at faul .. .. 177 179 111 45 70 161 142 95 280 103 114 88 173 60 67 45 174 152 116 25 96 36 81 146 90 140 140 94- 138 32 103 2S 67 70 41 103 149 34 158 43 108 22 50 FIRST NATIONAL BANK RICHMOND, IND. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Our capital is $100,000, our surplus and profits more than $46,000, our deposits more than $500,000 and our assets more than THREE QUARTERS of a MILLION. Our equipment is such that we can handle the largest account with ease and at the same time we are not so large but that WE APPRECIATE the SMALLER ACCOUNTS. If you have ONE DOLLAR, and want to open a uank account, you are just as welcome with us as if you had a million, and you WILL BE TREATED JUST AS WELL. We solicit your business. A. D. Gayle, President. Jno. L. Rupe. Vice President. S. E. Swayne. Vice President. F. M. Taylor, Assistant Cashier. Alton T. Hale, Teller. '' - The Second Nationals RICHMOND, INDIANA. CAPITAL, $150,000 SURPLUS, $215,000 OFFICERS : John B. Dougan, Pres't. D. G. Held, Vlco-Pres't S. W. Caar, Cashier. Goo. H. Eggemeyer, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: John B. Dougan, D. C. Raid, 8. W. Gaar, 'Ch. H. Land, Howard Campbell. 3. 8. Strattan, Jr., C. A. Gaar, C. W. Elmer, Geo. H. Eggemeyer 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. o) REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS SPECIAL TRADING STAMP SALE THIS WEEK Sarah Thistlethwaite to Paul T. Thistlethwaite, part of the northwest quarter of section 31, township. 14, range 1 west.f S Mary Eagle to Lewis Stomm part of the southwest quarter of section 166, range 17, ndrth in range 13, east $300 Sarah Thistlethwaite to Charles Owsley, part of the northeasct quarter of section 31 township 14 range 1 west $200 Fred Storch to Sarah G. Roby, eight feet off the east side of lot 6, and all of lot 5 in block 7, Cambridge City $900 Kmmett V. Hensley to Mary C. Evans, part of southwest quarter of section 23, town 1.4, range 1, west $6,000 John L. Gehring to Elisha A. Dixon, lot 20 in block 20. in Hagerstown $600 Mary c Evans to Eramett W. Hensley, north half of the northeast quarter of section 19, township 14, range 1, west $3,000 ROSS' ALMOND GOLD CREAM (Skin Food and Massage Cream.) is aosoiuteiy pure, .perfectly white, smooth and. will keep. inaeTiniteiy. Contains no Gly cerine and will not produce down upon the skin. 15c Per Bottle He GeneraB Banking Business capital, $100,000 PROFITS and SURPLUS, $75,000 OFFICERS : Geo. L. Cates, President. M. C. Henley, Vice Pres't. E. H. Cates, Cashier. DIRECTORS : E. G. Hibberd M. C. Henley D. G. Reid E. B. Hutchinson I. M. Ridenour E. H. Cates G. L. Cates 4. 4- v 4. W. H. ROSS DRUG GO. KODAKS and PHOTO Supplies. 30 stamps with one Ib. of Cof fee, (Bates House Blend), at joc a 10. 25 stamps with one Ib of Java and Mocha Coffee fverv Phones 77, 804 Main st- Richmond. ; on 11. x J I unci at ouu a iu. 20 stamps with one Ib. of Java and Mocha Coffee, (our spe cial oienrn at Zbc a b. 10 stamps with one Ib of Gold en Santos Coffee, at 20c a pound. "pSa. 2 p?l THE CHICA60, CINCINNATI & Flour, at 10c a oka. LOU SV HI F R. R. 1 r 1 ' I ' iu stamps with one b. Dka of (the new wam WlUie I eam BoraX, at 12C a Effective February 2Sth. 19QS. package. I22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.4.4. 44 fr 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Business Directory ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. INSURANCE. XL W. COLVIN, Fire Insurance. City aad Farm. Telephone 653. 020 Main street. Tle leading Real Estate Man in Richmond, WOODHURST, 913 Main. Farms and city property. Fire Insurance. t. TEAS AND COFFEES. CHEAT ATLANTIC ft PACIFIC TEA 00. Extra S. & H. triding stamps with our teas, eoflfees, baking powders, extracts and spices. 727 Main street. I have lots for sale on very easy terms on North 20th, North F, North 18th, South 21st, Richmond Ave and Sheridan street. See me, A I H. Hunt, 7 North 0th street. IREDELL & FERGUSON. Firs Insurance. 4 North Ninth St. TeL 626. Notary Public. We buy sell and exchange second hand novels, wild west, Pluck and Luck, Buffalo Bill and other five cent weeklies. Draper & Son. Phons 149S. 610 Main lm9 A Young Mother at 70. "My mothei has suddenly been made young at 70. Twenty years of lntensa suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her. nutil six months ago, when she began takins Electric Bitters, which have complete ly cured her and restored the strength and activity she had in the prime of life." writes Mrs. W. 1 Gilpatrick. of Danforth. Me. Greatest restorative medicine on the Kiobe. Sets stomach liver and kidneys right. purifis the blood and cures Malaria. IMliousness and weaknesses. Wonderful Nerve Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed at A. G. Luken & Co., drug store. Danger from the Plague. There's grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so prevalent, unless you take Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consump tion. Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls, of Forest City, Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to people living in cli mates, where coughs and colds pre vail. I find it quickly ends them. It prevents pneumonia, cures la grip, gives wonderful relief In asthma and hay fever, and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off consump tion, coughs and colds. 50c and $1. Guaranteed at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. 'Trial bottle free. Betntba t Thc Kind Yob Haw Always BmgH 1 0 stamps with one pkg. of A ana v bail Blue, at 8c a pkg. iu siamps with one pkg. of A and P Fancy Carolina Rice, ax iuc a package. 10 stamps with 5 cakes of A ana P sweet Chocolate, at 5 cents a cake. THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACING TEA CO. EAST BOUND. Leave Richmond 905 400 755 . L ttnge Grove 0 4. 440 8 35 Arrive Ciocliinftti.. 11 25 ' 6 3) 10 15 Arrives from the East. a. m. v. m. s p.k Leave Cincinnati 8 1 4 CO 6 at) . 2 Cottage Grove 10 10 S 30 8 10 Arrive Rlchmoml 10 45 7 10 S WEST Bocyo. a. ji. tP.Jt.s p. Leave Richmond 10 45 7 lo' 8 So " Mniicie 12(0 8 25 Jo 10 Arrlre Marlon 1257 u u C5 " North Judson a 3 65 ' Arrltes from the West. "a. m. fp". tm LeavoPeru 5 45 12 g,,! 4 Arrive Richmond 06 4 00 7 63 NOTICE John LUiott and Laura A. Pacs:, executor cf last will of Eunice El Iiott, deceased, vs. Adelle L. Meek William P. Meek, Bertha E. Elliott, Laura A. Pack, Hattie Elliott. In the Circuit Court of Wayne 727 Main St, Phones Old 318 WV To Adelle L. Meek, William Meek, Bertha E. Elliott, Hattie EI :ott. You are severally herebv notified that ILi above named petitioners, as Execttcrs of the estate of aforesaid. bare filed in the Circuit f!nrf 4 County, Indiana, a petition, 'iT T,?rtner Jnformation reardtnr rates I making you defendant thereto, and nd train connections. aslcl r I ' 'Pally. tl'allvexceDt Sundnv i.nrf.. - i.u .iuriu juawn claw v ex cepiSur.day. J All past-bound trains malr a wltn e-H. D. for New 107. HomclPhone 44, C A. BLAIR. (.Pass, and Ticket Aflt. praying therein for an order and de- ciee of said Court, authorizing the to (he estate of said decedent and in said petition described, to make as--els for the payment of the debt and labilities of said estate; and that aid petition, so filed and 'pending, is iet for hearing in said Circuit Court, at the Court House in Richmond, In diana, on a judicial day ol the April term, 1906, of said court, the same being the 14th day of April, 1900. Witness, the QeVk and Seal of said Court, this 12th day of March, 1906. (seal.) EDGAR M. HAAS, Clerk. 13-3wks. Try to win the Palladium 11 "tin" prize. " - -' sale of certain Real Estate belonging company. See the roller bearing castors for moving base burners. Peter Johnson eod.