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7 iie Richmond Paiiaciium, i-riciay, April 27, 1806.
ay eczema - ftLL OVER BOOV Appeafed" on', Chest, and j crrJ Neck" Were' AH Broken : Subs and,Crusts Formed,. !cv.a..Lady "Has Great Faith . Cuticura Remedies for Skin j I A f A A .'OTHER WONDERFUL CURE BY CttTIGURA ' I hl an' eruption' appear oii' nvy c :.f t ;ul. body and. -extend upwards r.r.d downwards, so that my neck and hn- wen; all broken mH also my arms fv'i j t'ti; lower lirnbs as far as the knees. T t.u !irit thought it -was prickly heat. iW.t mm. -ii Fcalca or crust? formed whore ti:', ' I t;ikinK out WWL... Instead of going t'!t .Jivsi;i:in, I purrhnupd a complete tr.;atn'it of thaX'dtic-ffaJUvinrdjeH,!. wbinh.l had great, faith, and all was satisfactory. A year or two l r-1lo eruption appeared ugaJn, oiiv i .A lower; hut Ixfore it had time to t I procured another supply of tl J;.'. !.-, cura Remedies, and continued their vwo until the cure waa ornate. It is now five years since tho last attack, and have not sceb any Bignaof a return. I have takerf abou three bottles of;, the Cuticura ltonnlvelit, and tln.uo.t.;Kpov. how much of tho;.Soap. or Ointment, as I always keep tlitm with me; probably one-half dozen of each- ' V'l decided to give the Cuticura Kem edtt a (.rial afte? I had seen tho results oft their treatment of eczema on an infW bdongu'ti to ouo of our neigh bo , The parent took the cliild to the nearest jphvair-iaR, but his treatment did no gJbd., ho they procured tho Cuticura JWcos and cured her with them. "When vicy began using Cuticura Rem edies h fac was terribly disfigured -with sorcV but sho was entirely cured,, for I eikWUo eamo child at the age of , fivo years, d her motlier told mo. the oedema hadAiiever broken out since. I. have jmoror4iUi in. Cuticura- Remedies for skin diseases than anything I know of. I am, respectfully yours, hmma t,. Wilson Liscomb, - Iowa, Oct.. 1, 1905. OompW Knil Inf ni.1 Trrtmn fat F.tT Otitic. HoP, S.V, X rnt lk: ta form of ChsroW t:otd llfl, iir. per vial Yonf Ttrng Ctwro- T ' r"P- Bo""1- '.".. jMmw.'-ttefw toCwW lutHclt,dMto. IRA SWISH Effi Manager. WEEK COMMENCING APRIL 23. NOBLETT & RSHALL y Sketch, en- fn their refined Con titled "The Troubles HOWARD I Clay Models. - a Butler." DSON. EDITH Wl IAMS. finger and Soubret : MR. ERNE RENK. Want My Mam- Illustrated Songs ma;" '-'Keep a Lit t Cozy Corner In i. - BROS. Your Heart for M B " JIajs1 to hand nclntf and Comedy Aero v .. . , i ROWN. - Tollttf r and Dancer. AYOA. The dr ral American Gyni. nast in and thrilling feats te or Cloud Swing. on the Cord A most marve a exhibition of nerve and fearlessness. . t r i(- ut: A ,1- MOTO.N PICXUAES.- , "A False Alarm," "Babies at Din ner "."Everybody. Work But Father," "A Comedy Without Wofds." Whoop -fa - La ! Here's a ctance r yo,u tq,.tic,kl9. your, palate an y .your taste of good things' by a glass pf . the ed.t Everybody besVBee'r tfhaVJ Knows, thaf , th Export Beer.' d is Richmond I .THE MIIIGK BREWIIIG CO. New Phone f4i FOR MOORMANN'HO&STORE, 520 MaijStV and natural Ice f tlib best aunlity. 1 '' OttVActttgt JtAJtager. rnones: Bell, lOu; Homei DOMESTIC AM ; SWCOflL tn larg or Vn'aa quantifies1. ' RICHMOnU OAL GO. E: dc(.'rtr.th: Mgr. Qnlee with Uulon lc Co, , ,, .. , . Cor. V et Third and Chestnut Sta. PhonesHome 941 air 10 R. t ' - " . .. '1 . $1.25 Round Trip fb Cinclnnath, , ftijnday, Aprjll 2SlhIfroni Richmond ' e-cursiqn. .train ieaNJa 7 a. m.3ovj2t GENN TH EATRE i a m ERGE1 BaL V ..' a ...... " j mm v;ntertalKl AM. SAVI stcminuiBK yqftll Tot II Hrylrfl 1A - 1 If. sbrW atVu . ji HiRIM' IS STILL RETORT WW flo'f Disclose Names of Persons Who Want Water Works Franchise. ONE PERSON HAS OPTION HE SAYS THAT ONE FRANCHISE SEEKER HAS GONE TO EXTENT r OF RESERVING A SITE FOR PLANT Maj'or Zimmerman. is still reticent 1 in regards as to who the" persons are that desire to secure a franchise in Richmond for a water works plant, lie states that he has. had' three ap-pH-rv-its and that one of the, persons :ned -a- three years option- on a .i ' property near the city where tl , :,73 excellent and numerous spii:i;j. This person was in the city a uhort time ago and at his request, Mayor Zimmerman drove him out to inspect this property and was pres ent when he tecured the option on the land. t , n , ? Mayor Zjmmerrnan was asked' if h?. Intended ,.to present anyapplicatVons for a water works, franchise to te city council, and ho statedthat the thought be would rn thre.ee or four weeks tjrdo.. One man wrote to the Mayor and told him tiiat -he was pre paring . a formal application and that he would forward it-to him within a short time; This was the application tho mayor refered to when he stated that he thought he would presept an. application to council within the next three or four weeks. "If the city of Richmond ever wants to.( dispose, of its Municipal Light plant it will have no difficulty in doing go," , said. tM Mayor. "Up to tho present time I .have received twenty . .letters of Jrjrjuiryand i .all .jit the persons state that they wouid like to bid on .Ihe property.'. I have paid no attention to these communications as,jiQue ot tbenumnke any.eflnltft.,flf1:1 fer, as the syndicate Wlther'by repre sents did. Ihink that the report Mr,. MpMahan wilV make, will show that the plant" is a splendid' Invest ment for the city,- and a lot of the knockers will be disagreeably sur prised." ASSESSORS ARE flNISHC HAND IN BOOKS' MAY It Is Generally Believed by the As sessors That There Will be Little Change in Total Value of City's Property. Assessors wklns in, Wayne coun ty and Richmond, for the most part" have finished their work and are now, busy preparing:,. their books wh,ich will . be handed oyer; to the Au ditor. pn May 15 .. Aj definite idea can not yet. be obtained ,cs to whether or not the taxable, prpperty in yayne county Uas. idecreasd pr; viricrie.ased in value, but it is generally believed b the assessors -that -there. ..wKl be lit tle change. Few improvements have been niadq .d,nrj.nithe,j (ast'.. year,' and upon improvements depend the in crease in the vallfe" of taxable prop- . Few, ii any, case? will be up before the Board of Review when it' convenes on the fjirst Monday in June. . When the assessor and the property owner differ In setting the value of property it Is left to the Bpard of Jleyiew, consisting- of the County , Assessovf chair man," the County Treasurer, . County Auditor and two others, .one a Repub lican, and one a , Democrat, one living inside. th,e city. and.the other. outsLde, These members are appointed by the court. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. V. D. Noland and son left yes terday, for an extended trip through the east. Rev. and 'Mrs' T. J. Graham have re turned from few days' visit at In dianapolis'.' Mrs1. Sain Foxxif Indianapolis, is vis iting relatives nhs city. Mss .Nellie Matthews has returned to' EvansVillo after" a visit here. Frank Reed wento Cincinnati yes terday for a few days' visit. E. P. .'Jones of '. Muncj.e visited' friends' in this city yesterday. John Hughes" spent"1 yeste'rday in Indianapolis. " - Dr. T. M. Guild returned from Ma rlon yCsteYday. . Mrs., Elmer .Fetta has .returned to Kokomo after a visit with1; relative's here. Mrs. Harris returned to ;Endora, Kansas, yesterday after ; a visjlt. with Mrs. .Bond of 110 South ThieentbT street. - i Mrs. Clem Walters returned to Cin cinnati yesterday, after a, week's vis it with relatives in this city. MONEY LOj 3D. At low rates' isy Jems. , Thompson's LAan An&4 Real Estatt Asrency.,10 Nltji street. .Balls Ilonfe Phtme Xor232; ri&sattf Manager" Murray's annpuncement that a benefit vanH.-n.a pynrtoincQ wJU be, given next Tuesday .night at tb.Q 4?himpa. h4srausad-.uc-i; interest and there is no doubt that a most liberal patronage will be acpord- led. Half the proceeds will go tojthe i earthquake sufferers. This afternoon i the Dora Woodruff company will pre ,!sent "Children of th-Slums" and to night "Dr. Jeykl and Mr. Hyde." 'Tt.ere is especially interest in the Jat jter'and it is said the Woodruff xom ; pany makss a.- Bple.n.did presentation ' of it. Saturday's matinee will be ".The iQldtudgo" and the Saturday, night periormance wm do tne oia-ume tavor- ite "Deadwood Dick. Repertoire has proven exceedingly popular with New Phillips patrons this week,: VAUDEVILLE AT THE rGENNJJ. Heat need not keep anyone from attending the vaudeville, peformances at the Gennett as there fs ample op portunity for ventilation and Manager Swisher wil- proide electric fans thati will assist In keeping the house coohassummjerjs exgerience man ifested that it is possible to De quite comfortable in the Gennett in the. warm seaspn. It Is the intention to carryjau'deville ..thxough" the entire su,mmer. A ' very liberal patronage has. been accorded the performances this week and the outlook for a fine summer's business Is considered most flattering. Four performances remain! this week, offering ample opportunity "for those who have not yet .seen" t.he bill to' do so, ( A strong program will be offered next week. The Palladium .will announce it tomorrow morning. .A large . delegation" of Richmond Druids , will go " to' Indianapolis - on,: Sunday, May 20, to attend & state -meeting. . GOING TO, LOG A MS PORT Members of Post C, T. P. A., Pre paring To Attend Their State Convention in May. ...embers, of ;Ppst C, TV,.4.A., are preparing to attend the annual( cCon yention of their order in Logansportj on" May 11' anil'' 12," and -4t Is expected that fully fifty will go from here. The program for the two days', state meet in" has not yet r been announced, but several hundred travelers will attend. . In the Richmond post, there are now 285 members, imakingit .pne of the largest' branch lodges in' the state! Several new members-were admitted last week, and the roll is increasing rapidly. The lodge is composed of traveling,., , salesmen, wholesalers . and manufacturers and is for their- mutu al protection! AT THE CHURCHES Alaska Social Tlie missibnary com mittee of the East Main street Friend's church will glye.an,la,kaiisocial.lhs evening in tha. Endeavor room pf the church, at 7:30 o'clocTc.' A program oi music, eic, win ue luiiuweu uy a talk on personal experience in Alaska by Miss Hunnicutt.pt. Earlham,; .Therq also, will be. an. exhibit, qf, e.unos from Alaska.. The public is invited." Will Meet Today. The Womeifs" Missionary Society of the "First, Pres byterian Church,:. will juold .their regi ular, t... meeting ... this ,af.tern.oon , at 2:30 o'clock in the church' parlors! SIX NEW CARS bfiDERELV Indianapolis and Eastern Will In crease Its Rolling1 Stock To be Here" on June" 11 Six new interurbuin cars have beeti ordered by the Indianapolis & East ern Railway, to be delivered before June'l. They are to be? onjthe" general order of the best cars now 'in use on that road, made by the Cincinnati Car Company, and writ be" slity feet in length iWith -different, interidf ar rangements. The cars will .be greatly needed before" the Tieavy summer traffic commences ds the road is now shorj .of .rolling .stock. .The.old , brown, "Greenfield Llne", cats, which liave seen, service, for years, will be rele gated to the car shops to' be made in to' whateyer seems best, and the old R., S, & I. ,cars will be used for spec ial excursion work. . Henderson's Lose All. Mrs. J. ..II. Henderson,. . Richmond. Avenue, has received a letter from her son, W'alter, who with, his wife, are former Richmond people, in: Cali fornia. They lived in San Francisco, 'and the earthquake apdt fixe complete ly 'destroyed everything. they had, ex cepting what they .could; carry -.from their, wrecked home when they, left it the. morning pf the shock.. The Hen dersons ara wjll known to manjf Icb,; mond people,, having: Jived in the west but a few years. They are now with1 friends in OarMand. - Marriage.of.Miss Gale. I Palladium Special. Centervillel Abrit 26. Thb mar riage of Miss Lllllari Gale' formerly of LCenterville; now of In'dranapolis'', and Mr. Burl Rudell of Terre Haute will takV placeriext Sunday afternoon April 29 at' the' residence' of, the bride's" cousin, ifrs." Emma" Igoe, at Indiauapolis. The young couple will reside at Terre" Haute: Mar ahd Mrs. J. A. Dunbar of CenterVIile,' wiir at tend the wedding: ' JiisTf' Vhat yorf m . ... wifnC Small' place fl.400. Call in the. country f def sale. Ffl!L'34 thus Far There Has Been but $1,400 Collected on Can ines by Assessors. MONEY IS DUE BY MAY 15 INSTRUCTIONS THIS YEAR WERE V TO LfST ALL DOGS AND TO kv. r - .... - PROSECUTE THOSE WHO FAIL TO PAY. .Unless owners of dogs make haste to .pay their dog tax7 "whiclj is due be fore May 15, there will be ' numerous prosecutions in Richmond and Wayne township, because of the omission on the part of these owners to settle with lha. assessors... ; .All dogs that are over two months old are taxable, and $1 must be paid on male,,and $5 on female canines .to secure their own er against the lw. So far this year, only about $1,400 has been paid into the township fund, when last year, a total of $2,500 was collected. ": There still remains a lit tle over two weeks, and after, that time any one who,, owns a dog for which he has not a 'receipt, .sighed by an assessor or a deputy, will be nros- ecuted a.nd fined. . There' are' about 2,000 canines of all known makes and breeds in the'eity of. Richmond ahd receipts were issued , for them, all, the tOWnshiD WOUld be SfiVPrnl thnnsu jand .dollars to the good. Instructions this year to the assessors were to list all dogs, and if the owners do not Dav the tax on them, wholesale prosecu tions are to follow. STUDENTS HAVE CONCERT A LARGE CROWD ATTENDS High School and Garfield Musical Or ! ganizatlons Gave a Successful En tertainment' at theJ High Schoor Last Night. The chapef at the High School ' last evening seated an -- unusually large crowd which was there to attend. the splendid. concert ' given! by:,t'he"t Ladles' Chorus of the High School and by the Garfi el d Chorus. The accompaniment was furnished, by, tlie High, school or chestra, which' is oae of the best mu sical organizations of its kind in the state. The proceeds from the con cert net.ted a neat sum and were.,ai Plied to the public school " art fund. The following .program was rendered : 'Vesper .Hymn, ... ,,n. Stephenson ' . GaVffel School Chorus.' Piano' Duet". ; (a)t Bf idal Song; Jensen (b) Valse "Fause" , pounod Mildred SchalkV Frank1 s'b'ha'tk'! Vocal Solo My Jennie Lily M. Strickland Marcia Caster. rSummer: tfight ,:. Berwatd' It. H". S. Ladies' Chorus. .. .. Quietude ...... . .'.'.'. . . .'. . Gregh" Garfield' School Orchestra. ;VocalJ Solo", Elsa's Dream! .Lohengrin Miss Eawards. Violin Solch Selection from Stradella ...... .......... . '. Flotbw s Margiierite Hasemeler, (a) ' Our Native' Land ;. Abt (b) W'aldlust " . . . . ...... . ... .Wuerfel daiffield Boys Chorus." Overture "Manrico" ........ Berihet Garfield School' Orchestral Vocal' Solo' (a) Cherry Blossoms .. '.'. . . Willeby (b) Aprll Blossoms CloughL'e'lghter MiSs Edwards.' (a ) ' What' the ' Chimney" Sang"'" . ..............". Gertrude Grlswbld (b ) ' The Mill Jensen R.' H.'S.' iiadtes1 Chorus." The Postillion ; J. L." Mblloy Garfield Sch6oT Chorus. Arranging Tournament.- . Arfahgemehts are" being made' at Eat-lham', by thfe' Tennis Association,' for the spring tournament;' and" at a . meeting1 yesterday, Frank' Gardner and" O. Spfadlihg were appointed to arrarie' for the pYelimlnafy contests, which began Mbnday eVehlng.- Arthut Johnson 1 ahd Lowell Parker have been named'" to arrarip'6 for' nrixes. Lawrence Barrett and Paul" Christian are on the nhaiice "arid ticlcet com ;tee. f Or O O O O O O CfO 6 6 O CREAM1 TOmUP O o o o: EXTRA WEAVY. IRi JTPINT. o o o o oooooooooo 4 4 ' : sunda MRSidii' : ninATESviii f "via t Dayton & Western J Dayton an Return,- - Eaton ;ahd Return, - - ' " ' ' ''"-"-' $1.00 J i- J Ticiets al Aove price will" be sold' J every Sunda until further noticed we sfiow the best'anS swellest line of Ladies' Oxfords iri the citf. All leathers to sf feet' from, Ideal Pat. Kid Oxfords for $2.50 a pair Vici Kid Oxfbtjds, with pat.' tip, at $2.50 Gun Metal Kid Oxfords at $2;50 We are also strong All Pat. Colt Oxfords at $2.00 a pair for ladies Strong Garfield Shw- in Ibw or high cut, for m en. Big line to delect from. They a ftrictiy ? il k . high gr PRlCeJ $5.60 Pair. Boys Shoe for Everabody at 718 Ma n St. For $2.00 Children Shoes Shoes i I - --- .... . I" . READ THIS! Wanted, Found and Lost, in which personal un does riot "en' . ter?are inserted In InesW columns free, providing HHey 'are4 not over fifteen" (lo) words in length. No business advertise- ments' inserted free "of charg4.i member tbV. :rs directed thrdugti the poet office. PALLADIUM WANT AD3. FOR RESULTS. tVAXTED Young girl to help' take care or children. Home phone 265. 2C-3t WAN'Tt'O- Active "boy as"" paper hanger helper. Morris & Co. WANTED A girl. .permanent home to good girl, write .for particulars to Mrs. II. E. Thompson, Richmond, Ind. . 23-6t WANTED KmpVymo it by youag col i lege man. (27) married, a practical legal knowledge, good reference and adaptability. Would like i to "liv-3 jn : Richmond. Address P. V. care Pal ladium. 27-21 WANTED Two, g6od young men in finishing room to do filing at once, f Call at Richmond Purniture Mfgi Co. " Apr26-2t WANTED Middle aged lady uj do house work for small family. O. .J. Kelly, 254' S. 3rd St. ' 2.3t WANTED At once nurse girl at , Theatre Flats, 3rd floor west. 25-3t WAXTEDThree carriage painters at , Seidef Buggy Co. 25-2t WANTED To buy or reDt a house of seven rooms,, north Qf Main street, east of Eighth. Inquire' W. H., Pal ladium. . WANTED--Small place to stqre.two or , three pieces of furniture J' and clothing. Address W. care Pallad ium. 23-2t 10,000 Agents ' Wanted Only authen tic boolt. on V3an Ffanclsco Calami, ity." Highest' commission. Outfit' free? The John - C. Wi dstoh Co: , 27S Wrabash Ave., Chicago, 111. , 23-6t WANTED To employ a good girl or , middle-aged lady; "permanent home . to right person, . , Mrs.: Amanda King, ' Route,. 12,, Greensfork.' r , . 23-6t, WANTEp A jjoqd., g,irl ,. for .general housework ' at 1 i 0 North '1 6th street. ., Good.wages and.no washing. Mrs. George W. Miller... ..... ... WANTED Gi Girl ko,' do , 2rontflat. I . housework. 1019. Main WANTED Good1 glrT lor general housework ' Bb130, ' Richmond, ' Ind. FOR SALE 9 room brick house nice i ly arranged, in a fine location . A ' lot ofjj'ruit ahd. good ; out. buildings and the price is right. Call or ad- dresa E. ,Bell, Richmond, Ind.t 313 North 13th St. .; 23-6t ; FOR RENT Half of double brick , house with nice , barn, No. ,318 N. , 17th street. Call at No.' 222 N. 15th i street. . 25-3t T J J J .j. J tt tt tt TrtE NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE 0ne Week; (mmenclng MondayVMatinee, April 23; EighteenwPeopleifiiBaj'il and f prchestra,'- in" Hlgh-C14sff Repertoire. fvoi plays nif nuMiiaRSiass dpeciauics. all J-J- FHday:mr-ChiIdrcnof the Slums." --"At flight; lDr. Jckyl and W Hyde' PRICES FOR TlfEWElffK ld,'2p anp30c, Scats on Wle at" ord'a Drug tore, Ninth and Main Streets. AlforU arc in every department ; of the; store, Jtit1 we1 : quofe5ybu?a few specials just to' show you we areaKve" -, Another big I6t of 56' cofn. Do not fail to be one" of ?the first , f,ancyr Smooth potatoes' 75cts bu: Nice crisp square crackers' per lb 5ctaT ? Fresh Ginger snaps pr lb 5cts. - , Gold Medal Flour, King of all'"otheri 7&cts, $2.75' pef cwti 1 Model Baking Powdei 1 lb cart 10tts. Sweet' corn 10cts 3 for 25cts. ContrBVcon In ouiDry Goods Departrnnjiis Black Silk Finish UntdWRTasr guaranteed to turn water. Vafue $1.75. Fri day only Ruchings, Fancy Ruchings 10 stamps with each'ruch at ICcts.' 5 and 6 yard pieces of nice wide Embroidery and insertions 10cts pef yd. Shirtwaists; FanclesVHneMn' the city. Our Special $1.25. 50 . stamp with each waist." - . ; -' . - . , . , Pictorial Review Patterns on Safe. Stofe"openedIFi"dayFri'ighCf ' HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT Trading Stamps '.with All Purchases. ' Free-Delivery;- New Phone-: ... 107,9;, pldPhonVijR. Store OperjTuesdsy',-Fricky and- -.......... $aturdayiJvenings. 4 iim 13 Main-Street 16 If. 10th St. Phon1819 yew Advertisers will do well to re- J to Initiah Only are not delivered FOR1' TlENt Rooms fiifriisbed- foS . housekeeping m 27 N..llth SU , ..26-2t., RET Furnished ..rooma at the Grand - for gentlemen only. tf FOR RENT Six room his " with stable on West Side,. Call prono 1649 or 131 Chestnut St. 23-5t FOR RENT Five rtKmi fiat, with bath and two room 'fl.at.wlth bath. .Safe ty Deposit Building, Heat and v.-ater furnished.. . References re quired.. Dickinson Trust Co. . tf FOR SAIJr: A Sun Telegram news-, paper route, north of Main street, between 15 and 18th streets. See Will W. Reller, Palladium1 office. , FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE To a retiring farmer or ahy one," an Ideal suburban1 home at a ; bargain. Ad-, dress Rare Opportunity, 223 N. 16. : ;.-- v.. 23i ctr FOR SALE. Richmond 'property;, a specialty. PbrteffleKd. Kelly Block. Phone' 3??. I . . . tf FOR SALE Pecan Duck eggs tor sale, 13 for 50cts. C. K. 'Semple, Elliott Mills.' . 23 6t FOR SALE Strawberry plants, loisy berry 'and blackberry" plants." State Line Fruit Farm. . Phone 81 2-H tf FOTl SALE A fiesu c.ow. J. P.Js'or- : rts. R. R. No.. 4, Box 107. FOR SALE New go-cart,, reasonable price. Call at 8 North Tenth street LOST A Key, by party , going from S. 8th and E Sts. to S. 6th and E $te. then to South C. C. L. depot, Jhvn. to S 8th and H Ststhen to 423 S. 8th St. Reward offered by return ingto 423 S. 8th St.. 25-3t ,, LOST Fraternity pin, . inlaid with pearls arid a "diamond. Leyve at Pal- ' ladium office and receive reward, , LOST--A pocket b6ok containing a" watch,, money.' Return' to this" office" or.Iliatt s drug Btore. Reward. 2t LOST 2 pongee Dress Patterns, Jib" eral reward. Return to J. Glaser 233 So...Bth, , 24 Z LOST A pair pf new dark green,. kid, gloves Saturday,, 'evening batwecn. i Nusbaum's Store and West 3rd St. .. Call phono 18C5.' Reward.. . FOR. SALE Twenty ) head .of fine . two-yar-old steer3,' wt., 930! They 1 are the right kind. It. A UlVom," : 227 'N. 19th street.' .'. ... , ..'... - .,tu-th-sat,.l FOR SALE rUarred . Piymoutn kockh. , Eggs' the kind that hatch fine chick efts' $L25 a setting. Charles Nye. , 41 South 12th Sf ap26-t tt Lf .Ji J J J J ' I- V1. . t T- W. 5 nr ft tlk :l 1 fc' ' - .' . . - pftflls ' are a' Fancy line of Ladlei" Method of Obtumasiwi Sensatlve lenttn' STORE Palladium Want Ads Pay. oa". Wood2xttrst.91 "Mala.- 4 - i 7 " I .'Pennsylvania Unes. T. T. S. &-W.' i,, . . . . - - 4