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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, April 24, 1906. A p?! Lt,ve GATAORU CURE Ely's Cream Baira l quickly absorbed. Givtt Rllef at One. It cleanse, soothes heals and protects the diseased mem brane. It cures Ca tarrh and drires Head quickly. HAY FEVER stores tha Senses ofllMI Taste and Smell. Full size 50 eta., at Drug gist or by mail ; Trial She 10 eta. by mail. Ely Brothers, 56 Warren ftrreet. N York. GENNETT THEATRE IRA SWISHER, Manager. WEEK COMMENCING APRIL 23. NOBLETTE & MARSHALL In their refined Comedy Sketch, en titled "The Troubles of a Butler." IRENE FRANKLIN. Hlg-class Musical Act. YAMATO DANJI. Japanese Novelty Artist. MR. ERNEST RENK. Illustrated Songs: "I Want My Mam ma;" "Keep a Little Cozy Corner In Your Heart for Me." BERGER BROS. Hand to hand Balancing and Comedy Acrobats. GILL BROWN. Polite Entertainer and Dancer. M. SAMAYOA. The Great Central American Gym nast in astounding and thrilling feats on the Corde Volante or Cloud Swing. A most marvelous exhibition of nerve and fearlessness. MOTION PICTURES. "A False Alarm," "Babies at Din ner," "Everybody Works But Father," "A Comedy Without Words." Often Tie Kidneys Are, Weakened by Our-Work. ; Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only Urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to ue Kiuncys, but now modern I science proves that ' nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder oi these most important organs. The kidneys filter, and purify the blood that is their work. u. i.u........i. Tnereiore, wnen yow nunceoi c n or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its 'duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will corince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, 4s soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases, and is sold on its merits py an druggists in fifty -cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle noma of swamp-Root, by mail tree, also a pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ling hamton, K. Y. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, liinghamton, N.Y., on every bottle. To enjoy th satisfaction which I good Beer will give you and order jour 'Richmond Export Beer. Tha difference between it and the average brew la In tha quality and not 'Jn tha price. Try ours Dr. Frank E. Castle, surgeon at the Waterbury, Conn. City Hospital, aaya: "I think Beer la a food by reason of its cereal Ingredients and Its moder ate use-is not Injurious to the health of adult persons. THE MIIICK BREWING GO. New Phone 42 FOR Wall Paper MOORMAIIII'S BOOK STORE, 620 Main St. Union Ice Co., for both artificial and natural ice pt the best quality. Otto Rettlg, Manager. Ft ones: BelL 10R; Home. 941. FOR THE BEST FLUFF RUGS CALL ASHJIAH BROS. ARNOLD'S HOTEL ii. W. Colvlu reports that his fire Insurance Companies will pay dollar for dollar In San Francisco and still remain in the business, if you want Insurance that Insures call on him at 922 Main streeL Telephone 553. $155 Round Trip to Cincinnati. Sunday, April 29th from Richmond excursion train leaves 7 a. m. over Pennsylvania Lines. . T. T. S. & W. PERSOIIAL MENT10H Mrs. G. H. Grant Is visiting relatives at Peru, Ind. John Lontz made a business trip to Springfield. Ohio, yesterday. Howard Dill left yesterday for a few days stay at French Lick. Miss Mildred Phelps returned yester day from a few days' visit at Fountain City. Joseph J. Dickinson returned to In dianapolis yesterday, after spending Sunday with his family nere. Ed Carlton of Cincinnati, spent Sun day with friends in this city. Earl Henley, Russel Gaar, Lynn Mil ler and Carlyle Newklrk, returned to school at Germantown, O., yesterday, after a week's visit with their parents in this city. Rev. A. J. Feeger went to Columbus, Ohio, yesterday. Omar Chase of Knights town spent Sunday with friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. t: M. Stevens have re turned from a visit at New Castle. Rev. Addison Parker, .of Piqua, O., arrived In this city yesterday for a few days visit Arch Price left yesterday for a few days' visit with friends at Marion. Mrs. Henry Lewiaon left yesterday for a visit with relatives at Harris- burg, Pa. Judge Comstock returned to Indian apolis yesterday after spending Sun day with his family in this city. Mrs. Jennie Knight returned to. In dianapolis yesterday, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Henchman. Mrs. Ellen Letcher has returned, after spending the winter in Califor nia. She left the day before the great disaster. Miss Helen Brown of Germantown, Is the guest of friends in this city. Mrs. J. Fless has returned from a visit with her daugvhter at Cincin nati. Miss Grace Conger has returned to Eaton, after a visit with Miss Ethel Lock wood of South Eleventh street Ben Hartzler spent Sunday with friends at Cambridge City. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cox and grand son, Master Floyd Hosier visited Mrs. Cox's mother at Winchester on Sun day. L. D. Morgan of Chilllcothe, O., was in Richmond yesterday. W. M. Roller and Thomas Tarkleson of Greensfork were In Richmond Sun day. LETTER 45 YEARS OLD. Mssive Finally Reached Proper Person After Long Wait In Dead Letter 6fflce. Publishers' Press Stoughton, Mass., April 23. "It is as though my boy had spoken to me from the dead." These are the words Ellsha Howes, who Is nearly 93 years old, repeats as he reads and reads over again a letter he has just received through the dead letter office from his son, who died in Virginia during the civil war. The let ter was written forty-five years ago. Where the letter has been during all the years, and why it did not reach Howes sooner Is a mystery. .The young man was killed at the age of 22 by lightning, after being at the front about six months. He enlisted in Massachussetts.. The letter was the last one he had written to his fam ily. "I can't realize" says Mr. Howes, "that the boy who wrote the letter would be 67 years old and a civil war veteran now if he had lived." The letter is a boyish one, giving details about the long marches, and is full of messages for family and friends. OAOTOIIIA. Bean lua ' The Hafl A,ways ISH THE INDIANA INVENTORS. What Hoosier Brains Have Added to The Mechanical World Dur ing the Week. Palladium Special Washington, April 23. The follow ing patents were Issued this week to Indiana inventors reported by D Swift & Co., Patent Lawyers, Washing ton, D. C. Joe. Bean, Franklin township, Rid ing cultivator. Edw. Carver, Winches ter, Machine for making plugs for paper rolls. Newton Evans, Rich mond, Greenhouse sash opener (Sold.) C. A. Gunder, Jeffersonvllle, Vending machine (Sold.) Sam. Haney, North Manchester, Journal box. R. Haw kins. Indianapolis,' Dust defector and catcher for radiators (Sold for $15,000) Edw. Heizer, Anderson, Weighing scoop. Geo. Hicks, Connersville, Wheel fastening. Wm. Hoffman, La Fayette, Railway switch (Sold for $9,000.) Chas. Howe, Wabash, Wheel and making same (Sold.) John John son, Winamac, Mold filling device (Sold.) Louis Koss, Indianapolis, Ve neer cutter (Sold for $7,500.) D. B Luten, Indianapolis, Arc structure (Sold for $4,500.) Henry Williamson, Michigan City, Underframlng for cars. Copies of any of the above patents will be furnished our readers at cost price five cents each, by D. Swift & Co., Washington D. C, our special patent correspondents. PUBLIC SALE. Attend public sale of household goods, Mary E. Wiggins, No. 211 N. 15th St, Thursday April 26, at 10 o' clock a. m. T. R. WOODHURST. 21-lt . Auctioneer. EXPERIENCE OF OPERA SINGER Mme. Wood Tells of her 'Flight From the Palace Hotel. HAZARDOUS UNDERTAKING BRAVE WOMAN ATTEMPTED TO SAVE. WARDROBE BUT CRASH ING TIMBERS PREVENTED SCENES IN STREETS. Publishers' Press Chicago, 111., April 23. Mme. Marion Wood, of- the Metropolitan Grand Opera Company, one of the survivors of the San Francisco calamity, has arrived in Chicago and she recited her experience as follows: "On the morning of the calamity I was awakened by the rumbling noise which sounded like the discharge of so many cannons. I was on the sixth floor of the Palace Hotel. I opened my eyes, and for a moment I thought I was aboard an ocean steamer in a hungry sea. For fully four minutes the building rocked to and fro. With oat stopping to put on my clothes I opened the door of my room, and be fore I could steady myself I was lung ed headlong into the hall by the awful tremor of the earth surrounding us. As I arose I saw the hallway filled with guests attired only in night dress. We groped our way down the stairs through the darkness, and the first sight that greeted our eyes was the Call Building, which looked as if it was ready to topple over on us. Some man told us we had better try to se cure our belongings. With the aid of one of the hotel attaches I again enter ed the hoted and went upstairs to get my trunk. We succeeded in carrying it down, but got no further than the main floor, when I was forced to aban don the task on account of the heavy timber which had fallen and complete ly barred the exits. "My next move was to seek shelter. Mme. Jacoby had secured some wear ing apparel, and, dressing the best way we could, we set out to avoid the fire and wreckage. By this time the whole city appeared to be in flames. About noon I got separated from Mme. Jacoby. I saw an expressman and offered him all I possessed to carry me to a place of safety. He agreed to take me for $10. We had proceed ed only about a mile when we were stopped by the debris and could go no farther. I next set out to walk around the bay to Oakland, where I was told I could get the Overland Limited. I guess I walked twenty miles, it seemed like 5,000, and I had only reached Golden Gate Park. Foot sore and weary, night waS upon me and I could go no farther. "I fcund an old abandoned street car, and in that I spent the night. Thursday morning I set out for the Presidio, the Government reserves. Arriving there I set out with the aid of those dear boys in blue for the coal docks, from which I took the Oakland ferry for Oakland, arriving In Oakland at night. "I almost cried with joy when I put my foot on solid soil, forgetting the hunger which weakened me to the condition of a new-born babe. And here I am with hardly a stitch that I can call my own. "It is beyond description to tell of the suffering encountered and none but those on the scene will ever real ize it." OA.STOHXA. Beam the TtlB Yoa Hav !wa llgt All telephone communications to the Union Ice Co., will receive prompt attention and courteous treatment. Otto Rettig, Manager. Phones: Bell, 10R; Home. 941. Real Estate Transfers. James C. Starr to . Alice A. Dennis, lot 19 in Abijah Jones' addition to Richmond $1000 Frank T. Frohnapfel, admr. to Charles A. Bertsch, lots 31, 23 and 24 In Block 11, Cam bridge City 260 John A. Brunner to Cynthia E. Study, part of the southwest quarter of section 27, township 18, North, Range 12 east 800 O. G. Porterfield to Dora L. Todd, 30 feet off the south si'de of lot 51 in Thos. Woodnut's addition 1200 Laura B. Miller to George H. Miller, part of section 9, town ship 15 nodth, Range 14 east . . 3700 PUBLIC SALE. Attend public sale of household goods, Mary E. Wiggins, No. 211 N. 15th St, Thursday April 26, at 10 o clock a. m. T. R. WOODHURST, 21-4t Auctioneer.' Marriage Licenses. William Hawkins, 29, and Jessie Greenup, 27, colored. John F. Connaughton, 27, and An nette Graham, 26. Now is the time to get you lawn mowers cleaned, sharpened jd re paired. tues-sat Brown & Darnell. Mrs. J. O. Barber accompanied by her sister, Miss Grace Arnett return ed Sunday from Alexandria. Mrs. Bar ber attended the Conference and spent a few days with relatives. Bean tf jrtfl'tlk Kind You Han AJtare BocgB All kinds of bicycle repairing, also nlckle plating. . Brown. &. Darnell AT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Gennett As predicted, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Noblett, old Richmond favorites, got a warm welcome yesterday in the vau deville opening at the Gennett. This season they are putting on a refined comedy sketch "The Troubles of a Butler," which. is a bunch of nonsense .designed entirely to entertain. One of the features is a catchy little ong by Mrs. Noblette entitled, "A Baseball Game." Howard Dodson, clay modeler and painter of sand pictures, does some clever work. He developes pictures very speedily before the eyes of the audience and with clay models a number of representative heads. M. Samayoa, Central American gymnast, has a thrilling act on a. rope swing that carries him out over the audi ence a considerable distance. The climax Is reached when he winds the rope about his feet and throws him self headlong downward bringing forth numerous exclamations of alarm from the spectators. Other features of the bill are Edith Williams, singer and soubrette, who was substituted for Yamate Danjo, Japanese novelty artist; .Ernest Renk in illustrated songs; Berger Brothers, hand balanc ers and comedy acrobats; Gill Brown polite entertainer and dancer, and the motion pictures. The bill is worth much more than the admission price. It started with good business and such promises to continue all week. Gennett patrons are glad to welcome vaudeville after a rest of several weeks. Repertoire at the New Phillips. That the patrons of the New Phil lips were eager to see repertoire af ter a long run in vaudeville, was fully demonstrated last night when the house was filled, even to standing room, by an appreciative audience. The company presented "Land O'Cot- ton" in a very acceptable manner, the various roles being well carried, and the company's own orchestra and stage settings adding to the good ef fects. Miss Dora Woodruff in the stellar role proved herself quite clev er. Other roles that were quite well taken were by T. Edwin Collins as Jack Merry and by Will Keigles, as Waggles, a philosopher in rags. Sev eral interesting specialties are intro duced, including Mss Woodruff, as a singing and dancing soubrette; Zeb Chenault, lyric tenor; Carl Daintree, impersonator; Collins and McPherson song and dance artists; the Keighleys wire walkers and barrel jumpers, the Cotton Blossom Quartette, the Dora Woodruff Sextette and motion pic tures. Ladies will be admitted free again tonight when accompanied by a paid ticket which must be reserved at Alford's before six o'clock. This afternoon "New Hampshire Folks" wi?l be presented and tonight "A Govern ment Spy;" Wednesday matinee, "The Gambler and the Lady night, "A Man of Power;" Thursday matinee, 'The Stowaway;" night, "Dr. Jeykell and Mr. Hyde;" Saturday matinee, "The Old Judge;" night, "Dead wood Dick." AT THE CHURCHES Monthly Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the First M. E- church, will be hei Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. A, Brown, 2,100 East Main street, at 2:30 p. m. I Mrs. Lewis King will lead the dis cussion on "Orientals and Alaska." Want Children in Home. The Board of Children's Guardians, through Mrs. Elizabeth Candler and Attorney Wilfred Jessup, yesterday began " lagol proceedings to secure from their parents the three minor children of Anthony Norton, of Abing ton township. It is alleged that the children were cruelly treated on sev eral occasions, and the two boys, George and Arthur were even driven from their home. The oldest of the children is but 12. They will probbaly be committed to White's Institute. Having Much Success. The Madona Oil and Gas Company, organized here last week by John B. Dougan and others, is having great success In the Jay county oi! fields. Last week a "gusher" was opened, and another is expected next week. Want Monthly Balances. County Audtor Hanes has received several blanks from the state bureau of statistics with instructions " to ffll them out, giving the cash ba'ances on hand at the end of every msr'h dur ing the year 1905. Soliciting Aid. George Dunn, traveling agent of th Boiler Makers' Union, and formerly a resident of this city, is visiting the different unions over the state, seeking aid for the members of the organiza tion who are in distress in the far west, on account of the earthquake. Mr. Dunn was here yesterday solic iting aid. Lecture Course Made $600. At the meeting of the Ministerial Association yesterday morning, a re port was made by the committee in charge of the Popular Lecture Course. About 600 was realized. Half of this amount goes to the Ministerial Association and the other half to Earl ham College. The $300 turned over to the Ministerial Association will probably be donated to the Associated Charities. WILD WITH ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out in Spots Al! Over Body Caused a Continual Itching for Two Years Doctor's Medicine Did no Good Cured at Expense of only $1.25 and Now THANKS CUTICURA FOR COMPLETE CURE "Some time ago I wrote you for a book on the Cuticura Remedies and received it O. K. and went and bought the Soap, Ointment, and Pills. They did me more good than any medicine I ever used. They cured me ofmy skin disease, and I am very thankful to you. My trouble was eruption of the skin, which broke out in spots all oyer ray body, and caused a continual itching which nearly drove me wild at times. I got medicine of a doctor, but it did not cure me, and when I saw in a paper your ad., I sent to you for the Cuticura. book and I studied my case in it. I then went to the drug store and bought one cake of Cuticura Soap, one box of Cu ticura Ointment, and oi o vial of Cuti cura Pills. From the first application I received relief. I used the first set and two extra cakes of Cuticura Soap, and was completely cured. I had suffered for two years, and I again thank Cuticura for my cure. If you wish, you may publish this. out friend forever, Claude N.Johnson, Maple Grove Farm . R. F. D. 2, Walnut, luui., June 15, 1905." rrcH! itch i nan Scratch! Scratch 1 Scratch! This is the condition of thousands of skin-tortured men, women, and children, who may be instantly relieved and speedily cured by warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle applicat ions of Cuticura Oint ment, the great Skin Cure, and mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent Pills, when physicians and all else fail. Sold throughout the world. Cuticura Soap. 25e.. Oint ment, 10c., ItmlTCnt, 60c. (in form of Chocolate Coaiei Pills 2- P'r Tl of 60), mar be had of all drugftnt. A iBf 1 oft" core, rotter Drug A Chero. Corp., Sola f ropa., Bo.lon, Man. mr Milled Fxct,"AH About Uu Skin, Scalp, and Balr. NOT INJURED IN QUAKE. Mrs. Wilhelmina B. Jones of San Jose Wires to her Brother Here. W. E. Bell yesterday received a tele gram from his sister, Mrs. Wilhelmina B. Jones, of San Jose, Cal., formerly of Richmond, now the wife of George Jones, a prominent San Jose banker. Mrs. Jones telegram said: "Myself and husband are safe. House badly damaged. The scenes in the town district are appalling." Fellowcraft Degree. Richmond lodge of Masons will have work In the Fellowcraft degree this evening. A full attendance of mem bers is desired. Entertained Company. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garrison enter tained a company of friends Sunday in honor of their son, Earnest. The guests were; Mr., and Mrs. Jacob Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Will Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wiman and daughter, Messrs, Lee Lantern, Clew Shimps, Arela Lautern and Enos Noffs'nger. Renk's Orchestra. Renk's orchestra furnished the mu sic at Pythian Temple dance last Fri day night instead of Reenge's as an nounced. Order New Freight Cars. The Pennsylvania Railroad has placed orders for 616 freight cars, to be delivered this summer. All but seventy of the cars will be built by the Pressed Steel Car co., and the re mainder will be made by the American Car and Foundry Co. DOMESTIC AND STEAM GOAL In large or small quantities. RICHMOND GOAL GO. E. E. Longstreth, Mgr. Office with Union Ice ro , Cor. West Third and Chestnut Sts. Phones Home 941 Bell 10 R. (UBS (Sresn or Blacls rc aold loose or in aeeu pack eta by Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., 727 Main. Importers of tea know these teas to be the richest. One teaspoonful makes two cups. Steep five minutes in absolutely Boiling Water. These teas should never be boiled. (Published by authority of th In dia and Cyton Commissioner.) ' READ Wanted, Found and Lostin which personal "gain does cot en ter, are inserted in thes columns free, providing they are not over fifteen (15) words in length. No business advertise, ments inserted free of charge. Advertisers will do well to re. member tha '.,?rs directed to Initial Only are not delivered through t'rwi ostofSee. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. FOR RESULTS. WANTED To buy or rent a house of seven rooms, north of Main street, i east of Eightn. Inquire W. JR.. Pal ladium. WANTED Small place to store two or three pieces of furniture and clothing. Address W. care Pallad ium. , 23-2t 10,000 Agents Wanted Only authen tic book on "San Francisco Calam ity.V Highest commission. Outfit free. The John C. Winston Co., 278 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 23-6t WANTED To employ a good girl or middle-aged lady; permanent home to right person. Mrs. Amanda King, Route 22, Greensfork. 23-6t WANTED Position by young man well educated, been Notary Public. Good references. In anything in which there Is a chance to climb. Address V, care of Palladium. 21-3t. WANTED An apprentice girl for the .Klute Millinery Co. 18 N. 8th St. 21-3t WANTED A good girl for general housework at 110 North 10th street. Good wagss and no washing. Mrs. George W. Miller. WANTED Girl to do housework, 1019 Main, front flat. WANTED Good girl for general housework. Box 130, Richmond, Ind. WANTED Boy of 16 at Starr Piano Works. Apply to W. Erk. W.VNTED Experienced gear and whee' finisher. Peters Buggy Co., Columbus, Ohio. FOR SALE Twenty head of fine two-year-old steers, wt. 950. They are the right kind. R. A. Ullom, 227 N. 19th street. tu-th-sat. FOR SALE CHEAP Pool Tables second hand. F. C. Vaughan. dlt FOR SALE 9 room brick house nice ly arranged, in a fine location. A lot of fruit and good out buildings and -the price is right. Call or ad dress E. Bell, Richmond, Ind., 313 North 13th St. 23-6t .2a - y - - - - -fr- - - - - j. r C r E r E No Liability in San Francisco or any where in California, leaves the German Fire Insurance Co. of Indiana, as financially sound as ever. Insure in a home company. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans H.KoUJIgr 11 South 7th St. Telephone THE NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE One Week, Commencing Monday Matinee, April 23, THE DORA WOODRUFF COMPANY, Eighteen People, Band and Orchestra, in High-Class Repertoire. Change of plays nightly. High-Class Specialties. Opening hill, the beautiful Southern drama, "LAND 0' Ladies Free Monday night, when accompanied by one SOc paid ticket PRICKS FOR THE WEEK lO, 20 and 30c. 8eat on sale at Alford's Drug Store, Ninth aad Main fetreeu. Double Stanws! Is what the Stamp People arc going to give you for us and we will tell you groceries and Dry goods for leaa money than any store in the city. The following are only a few of our pricea. Large Fancy Smooth Potatoes 75c ts per bu. California Hams, nice and sweet at 10c ta lb. Sugar Cured Country Hams at 15cta per !b. Nice Country Bacon by the strip 12cta per lb. 6 to 12 Iba to a strip. 19 lbs Granulated, 20 Iba A. or 21 Iba xc Sugar for $1.00. Hoods Leader Coffee, can not be matched any where at 15ct per lb. Hoods Fancy Blend, the best drink for the money and 23 stamps for per lb. 25cta. ., : , - .. ; 8 Bars Lenox, Santa Clause or Swifts Pride Soap for 25cts. 12 Bar Mascot Soap tpr 25cW 3 qts Navy Beans and 30 stamps for 30cts. 6 5lb 8acka Table 8alt 25cts 1 lb Mule Team Borax and 12 stamps 15cta. Elkhorn and Pride Richmond Flour 60cts. Bob White, a good Winter Wheat flour 55ct. Gold Medal Strickly Fancy Spring Wheat 70cts. 3 packages Xcelo for 25cts. : Queen Oats best of all 3 for Tcts. Special Sale in Qusensware for the Double 8tamp Day. Notice our front window. ;.-.c;;;v-;-----;' - In our Dry Goods Department we have a Special Sale on Fancy Laces ' and Embroideries at 10cta per yd. JARDINIERS! JARDINIERS! can not match them at 93cts each. Sec our Fancy line of Lace Curtains the very latest patterns. Pictorial Review Patterns on sale. Store opened until 9 o'clock Tuesday night. Double Stamps commence at 6 p. m. Save your stamps and get your Cash Discount. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 411-413 Main Street. THIS1 FOR RENT Six room house with stable on West Side. Call prone 1649 or 131 Chestnut St. 23-5t FOR RENT Two rooms at 4S N. 5th street. FOR RENT Five room flat, with bath and two room flat with bath. Safe ty Deposit Building. Heat and water furnished. References re quired. Dickinson Trust Co. tf FOR SALE. Richmond property a specialty.' Porterfield. Kelly Block. Phone 329. tf FOR SALE Pecan Duck eggs for sale, . 13 for BOcts. C. K. Semple. Elliott" Mills. 23-6t FOR SALE If you want fine barred Plymouth Rocks next year pay $1.25 for a setting. See Charles Nye, 41 S. 12th streeL apr-18-lmo. FOR SALE Strawberry plants, resp berry and blackberry plants. State Line Fruit Farm. Phone 812-H tf FOR SALE A fresh cow. J. P.Nor ris, R. R. No. 4. Box 107. FOR SALE New go-cart, reasonable' price, ubu ai a xonn ienia uireew LOST A pocket book containing a watch, money. Return to this office or Hlatt's drug store. Reward. 2t LOST 2 Pongee Dress Patterns, lib eral reward. ' Return to J. Glaser 233 So. 5th. 24-3t LOST Fraternity pIE inlaid with! pearls and a diamond. Finder leave at Palladium office and receive lib eral reward. LOST Two PongeTaTessaTIernsJ between Main and South E, Friday '. morning. Return to J. Glaser, 233 j. S. 5th and get reward. 21-3t IrOSTA pair of new dark green kid gloves Saturday evening between ' Nusbaum's Store and West 3rd St !..rall nhnnn IfiAK Paworrl mtm mm mt Gt tjt mt mmM P E C E E E E T E E E E No. 41. a COTTON. Double Stanros!