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The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, June 20, 1906,
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LATEST MARKET NEWS
The Palladium's Market Reports are the latest and are absolutely reliable. No news
papers In Indiana, those of Indianapolis net excepted, eive a more
complete market report than the Palladium.
o .,
Tiir nrrrn inMnnnii nn
Provision?
Live Stock, Grain
and
Ctock Markets
Indianapolis
Cincinnati
Chicago, New York
and Richmond
int men jr.iiiauii ou
i luimnty uai 1 15
9 Soih Sixth St.
w mww m ww arw ar ar
XFOR GAS0U.IE
AND IK,
CARRIAGE and
REPAIR WORKS f
id 0
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RICHMOND
MARKETS
.TOMATOES ARE MORE PLENTIFUL
PRICES DECLINING AND DE
MAND INCREASING.
Tomatoes are getting more and more
common and the demand lor them la
Increasing daily. Tennesse Is the lat
est State to send tomatoes to this mar
ket Texas stock having ruled trade
for several weeks. The Teunessee to
matoes are not as ripe as Texas stock
because of the difference In the sea
ions, but other than this there is little
difference. Prices are declining as
the local tomato season approaches
and 11.00 a four-basket carrier is the
COUNTRY PRODUCE. j
(Paid by the Beo Hive Grocery.)
Butter.
Country. ........12K to 15c
'Eggs.
Country, per dozen lc
Poultry. Fer Lb.
jChlckens dressed 12 to 15c
Chickens (fries) ... .20c
! PROVISION RETAIL PRICES.
, (Furnlsned by Be t Hive Grocery.)
Fruits.
Dates. per lb,
ptaonl do........., -M.
Apples .per bu., ....... e....AvH'a
plL Oranges, dbz., 25c to'.JOc,
Flgvperib -J"-
Pananas. doz Wo to 2pC
jStrawberries, per qt., .... 8 to 12c
Vegetables.
(Hadlshe. per ? uncb , Sc
Cabbage ....,:.. ' C, !
froung . onions, per nmtfch . j . . 2 for, 5c
Lettuce, per lb
J3pinach. per lo "j0
iCucumbers, each
Tomatoes, per qt., ..... luc-
Dreen Beans,-per- pit?.. 20
Potatoes.
Jersey Sweets, per pk.. ...........60c
-New Irish Potatoes, per pk .... 60C
Hour.
.Tnrn1r. tier DkK- ..10O
Buckwheat per. pkg l0c1
Popcorn.
On cob. per lb '.""IE
Shelled, per lb., ...loo
Miscellaneous. '
Cale. per U P V1
Mr.ple , Syrup, per gal., . H
Extra Fine, per gal, .11
Hnnev. ner lb i
Maple Sugar, per lb, ...lbl
WHEAT AND CORN,
(Paid by Richmond Roller Mills. )
Wheat per bu ...8,5c
Corn per bu i 80e
Oats per bu ..35c
WAGON MARKET.
(Paid by H. J.'RIdfls & Son.).
Corn 45o
Timothy Hay.
Baled.. .. .... .. .. 19-50 to $10.00
Loose.. .. $900 to $9.50
Mixed baled $9-00
Clover Hay.
Baled $3.00
Loose..: $7.00
Miscellaneous.
Oats .. .. 32c. to 35o
Straw Baled .. .. .. .. 4.50 to 5.00
RICHMOND LIVESTOCK.
i
(Paid by Richmond Abbatolr.)
Cattle.
Choice butecher Steers '..$4,000 4.50
iBulls..' V. 2.09 3.25
Cows, common to good .. $3.00t$ 3.60
Calves $5.00 5.50
Hogs.
Hogs, top heavy $6.25
Hogs, 300 lbs common and rough ..
j . .. $3.75 5.85
Slogs 200 and 250 lbs average .. ....
. . ... .. .. $6.00 6.10
Lambs.
Xambs.v k I. $6-50 to $7.00
Bilious? Feed heavy after dinner?
Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Com-
iplexjon sallow? Liver needs waking
;up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious at
tacks. 25 cents at any drug store.
Long Tennessee Fight.
For twenty years. W...L. Rawls, of
(Bells, Tenn, fought nasal catarrh. He
,wrltes: The swelling and soreness
' inside my none was fearful, till I be-
Wn apply Bucklen's Arnica Salve to
- Ithe sore surface; this caused the
I !oreness and swelling to disappear.
never to return." Best 6alve in ex'
istence. 25c at A. G. Lukcn & Co.'s
drug store.
Ladles who take pride In clear,
white clothes should use Russ Bleach
lng Blue. Sold by grocers
New Curs for EolleDsy.
J. B. Waterman.. of Watertown. O..
Rural free delivery, writes: "My
daughter, affuctea ror years witn epi
lepsy, was cured Dy ir. King s New
Life Pills. She has not bad an at
tack for over tw years." Best body
cleansers and life giving tonic pills
on earth. 25c at A. O. Luken & Co.'s
drug store.
It has gone out of fashion
to boast of never reading ads.
Those who do not nowadays
are inclined to keep quiet
about it, as they would about
any other personal shortcom
ing.
INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS
HOG MARKET CLOSED 10 TO 15
CENTS LOWER, TRADE BEING
WEAK AT THE END.
IIub"Ishera' Press
Indianapolis, Ind., June 19. Re
ceipts, 10,000 hogs, 1,500 cattle and
350 sheep, against 8,761 hogs, 1,489
cattle and 319 sheep one week ago,
and 12,612 hogs, 1,451 cattle and 299
sheep one year ago.
The hog market closed 10c to 15c
lower. Trade was weak at the end,
with salesmen peddling actively for
bids. The close of the market was in
big contrast to the opening when
prices were fully 5c to 10c better than
the high time of yesterday. Although
there was a good run of hogs in the
market, buyers were not active at any
time. In the early market the leading
buyers did not take kindly to the ad
vance asked by the salesmen, and the
latter refused to part with their offer
ings even at steady prices. Trade, as
a result, was slow in getting started.
STEERS
Good choice steers,
1,300 lbs and upward. $ 5 00 5 75
Common to medium
steers, 1,300 lbs. and
upward 4 75 5 25
Good to choice steers
1.150 to 1,250 lbs .... 4 CO 5 Oo
Common to medium
stee8, 1,150 to 1.25C
lbs 4 25 4 0
Good to choice steers,
S00 to 1,100" lbs 4 25 4 60
Common to medium
steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 3 75 4 15
Choice feeding 2teera,
900 to 1,100 lbs 4 00 4 25
Good feeding steers, tJOO
to lOOOribs, 3 50 4 00
Medium feeding steers
700' to 900 lbs 3 25 3 S5
Common to best stock-
era 2 00 2 50
HEIFERS
Good to choice heifers..
Fair to r Medium heifers
4 40 4 75
3 75 4 25
2 50 3 60
4 00 4 50
3 25. 3 85
2 00 3 50
Cdmmon light heifers ..
COWS-
Good to choice cows....
Fair to medium cows ..
Canners and cutters ...
Good to choice cot? a and
. and calves . 30 00 50 00
Common to medium
- cows and calve 20 00 35 00
BULLS AND CALVES
'loodUo prime bulls .... 3 75 4 00
fair to medium bulla .. 3 25 3 50
fJommon bulls 2 75 3 00
Common to best veal
calves' ..! 5 00 7 00
Fair to good heavy
calves 2 SO 5 00
Hogs.
Best heav-oa. 210 lbs
and upward 6 65 6 70
Medium and mixed. 190
lbs and upward 6 60 6 65
Good to choce lights
168 to 180 lbs 6 55 6 60
Common. to good lights
130 to 150 lbs 6 45 6 55
Best pigs - 5 50 6 15
Light piss 4 75 5 50
Roughs 5 50 5 90
Bulk of sales 6 45 6 65
Sheep.
Spring lambs ....$ 6 50 7 50
Good to choice lambs.. 5 75 6 40
Common to medium
lambs 5 00 5 50
Good to choice year
Ungs 4 50 5 50
Common to medium
yearlings 4 25 4 75
Good to choice sheep .. 4 00 4 50
Culls to medium sheep 2 50 3 50
Stockers and feeding
sheep 2 tO0a 7&
Bucks, per 100 pcfands 2 50 3 50
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOUR
Chicago, Union Pacific A Noth-West-
ern Line.
Twelve exclusively first class per
sonally conducted parties will leave
Chicago, under the auspices of the
Tourist Department of , the Chicago,
Union Pacific & North-Western Line,
July 7th, July 18th, and August 4th,
for Colorado, Utah, Yellowstone
National Park, Portland, Puget
Sound points. The Yosemite, San
Francisco and Southern California.
All expenses of the journey are in
cluded in the Initial cost. All ar
rangements -1 for hotel accommoda
tions, train schedules, etc., are pro
vided for in advance. "Write for Itin
eraries and full particulars to S. H.
Hutchison, Manager Tourist Depart
ment, 212 Clark St., Chicago, 111.
(may 20-tn
Outwits the Surgeon.
A complication of female troubles,
with catarrh of the stomach and bow
els, had reduced Mrs. Thos. S. Austin,
of Leavenworth, Ind., to such a deplor
able condition, that her doctor advis
ed an ' operation but her husband
fearing fatal results, postponed this
to try Electric Bitters; and to the
amazement of all who knew her, this
medicine completely cured her. Guar
anteed cure for torpid liver, kidno
disease, biliousness, jaundice, chills
and fever, general debility, nervous
ness and blood poisoning. Best ton
ic made. Price 50c at A. G. Luken &
Co.'s drug store. Try iL
Palladium Want Ads Pay
CINCINNATI
MARKETS
MOVEMENT IN CATTLE INACTIVE '
SMALL RUN OF HOGS ON THEi
MARKET.
Publisbcrs' Press
Cincinnati. June 19. Receipts
Cattle 314; Hogs, 1546; Sheep 2114.
Cattle Movement in cattle was in
active today as usual on Tuesday,
and the. market generally exhibited
an easy tendency, but the average of
sales was apparently affected on prac
tically the same basis of prices as on
yesterday.
Bulls Light receipts and the mar
ket quiet. Good bologna grades steady
and others easy. , . . H
Calves Market more active and
good to choice veals strong to 25c
higher.
Hogs There was a small run of
hogs on the market, and, with a good
demand from local cealers, prices
jumped up lQc on packing and butch
er lots, and most of the offerings sold
from $6.65 to $6.70 against $$6.55
6.60 yesterday.
CATTLE.
HEAVY STEERS
Choice .. 4.85 5.10
Fair to good 4.15 4.75
Oxen 2.00 4.00
BUTCHER STEERS
Extra
4.90
4.25 4.85
2.75 4i00
4.65 4.75
3.85 '4.60
2.25 3.75
3.90 4.10
3.15 -3.73
1.25. 3.15
1.25 2.50
2.00 "3.00
Good to choice ,
Common to fair
HEIFERS
Extra ,
Good to choice
Common to fair
s
COWS-
Extra . .
Good to choice .. ..
Common to fair . . . .
Canners
Stockers and feeders
BULLS
Thin and lights. ..
2.25 3.25
Bologna .. .. 3.35 '3.85
Fat Bulls
3.60 4.00
3.50 .6.00
5.00 6.00
6.25
CALVES
Common and large
Fair to good . . .,
Extra .. ...
Hogs.
Good to choice packers
and butchers .. 6.576.60
Mixed and Packers .. .. 6.50657
Common to choice heavy
fat sows 5.25 5.95
Stags 4.00 4.50
Light shippers 6.25 6.45
Pigs, 110 lbs and less .. 5.50 6.30
Sheep.
Yearlings 5.00 6.25
Lambs.
Lambs .. $ 6.00 8.00
Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil. Cures toothache, ear
ache, sore throat. Heals cuts, bruis
es, scalds. Stops any pain.
Nowhere In the world can you see
such handsome men and women as
are to be met In the United States.
They all use Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.
Impure blood runs you dbwn
makes you an easy victim far organic
diseases. Burdock Blood Bitters puri
fies the blood cures, the cause
builds you up.
More than -talf a million officials,
business, professional men, bankers,
farmers nd stockmen have been cur
ed by using Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets.
A. G. Luken & Co.
People who are clean Inside will
look like it and act it. They will
work with energy, think clearly, act
clearly and have healthy thoughts.
Hollister's Rocky oMuntain Tea. It
makes clean people. 35 cents. Tea
or Tablets .
For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.
All questions pertaining to health
and beauty are answered here.
Makes people feel as they felt In full
blooded youth. Does business while
you sleep. That's what Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea will do.
cents, Tea or Tablets. For sjffe by
A. G. Luken & Co.
Indianapolis
Sunday excursion
Indianapolis
via Pennsylvania Lmes. $1.25 round
trip from Richmond. Train leaves
8:20 a. m. Central time June 30.
may 29-31 jun20.
A. Texas Wonder.
There's a hill at -Bowie, Texas,
that's twice as big as" last year. This
wonder is W. L. Hill, who from a
weight of 90 pounds, has grown to
over ISO. He says: ""I suffered with
a terrible cough, and doctors gave me
up to die of consumption. I was re
duced to 90 pounds when I began tak
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Now
after taking 12 bottles, I have more
than doubled in weight and am com
pletely cured." Only sure Cough
and Cold cure. Guaranteed by A. G.
Luken & Co., druggists. 50c and $1
Trial bottle free.
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, la-'
borers rely on Dr. Thomas Eclectric
ML Take the sting out of cuts, burns
r bruises at once. Pain cannot stay
where it la
lExoTslon.
CHICAGO
MARKETS
PRICES FOR WHEAT WERE
STEADY ON FAIR BUYING BY
COMMISSION HOUSES.
Publishers' PressJ
Chicago, June 19. Prices for wheat
were steady on fair buying bv com
mission houses and some covering by
shorts.July opened a shade lower and
reacted to S3c.
There was considerable selling by
pit traders, and the price of July went
down to 82ic. The close was easy
with July c lower at 824 c.
Rains in Corn Belt.
Corn opened weak on continued
rains in the corn belt. July opened
to Vzc lower at 51 c to 52VbC, and
held steady around 52c.
The oats market was weak, chiefly
because of the wet weather in Illinois
Missouri and the Ohio valley.
Provisions were weak.
Wheat.
July 82 to 83 82
Sept 82 to 83 S2
:) uorn.
j'JTuly 524 to 51U
g September 52 51
Oats.
July 40 39
September 37 to 36 36
Pork.
July 16.95 17.02
September 16.77 to 75 16.67
Lard.
July 8.82 8.82
September 8.97 8.97
Ribs.
July 9.42 9.42
September 9.25 9.30
Stock Market.
Receipts, hogs 18,000; hold overs,
2,740; prospects, steady; light, 6:45
6.67; mixed, 6: 45 6.70; heavy,
6406.70; rough 6.406.50; Cattle,
3,500, steady. Sheep 15,000 steady.
GOOD WORK.
Done Daily in Richmond Many Citi
zens Tell of It.
Nearly-every reader has heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills. Their good
work in Richmond stll continues, and
our citizens are constantly addin en
dorsement by public testimony. No
better proof of merit can be had than
the experience of friends and neigh
bors. Read this case:
Mrs. S. E. Lesley, of 47 South Nine
teenth street, says: "My sister suffer
ed from a weakened condition of the
kdneys for a long time and used many
different kidney remedies without re
alizing any benefit. Seeing Doan's
Kidny Pill's So highly recommended
by parties who had used them for sim
ilar troubles, I got a box at A. G. Lu
Ken & Co.'s drug store for her. They
made a marked improvement in her
condition. We can highly recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone
suffering from kidney UlsJ.'.. - v
For sale by ail dealers. Price 50
cents. Fciter-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.'
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
The Shoshone Indian Reservation
lands will' be opened to settlement
August 15th. Excursion rates less
than one fare round trip, daily, July
12th to 29th,$26.70 from Chicago, via
the only all rail route to the Resev
vation border.' Dates: of registration
July 16th to 31st. Write for pamph
lets telling how to secure one of these
attractive homesteads. All agents sell
tickets via this route. W. B. Kniskern.
Pass'r Traffic Mgr., Chicago.
18-5t.
"CHOICE MILK COWS FOB SALE."
"Reidston Dairy going Jut of the
milk busineT We offery our entire
herd of Milk ow3 for safe, at private
sale from thii
date
Wednesday
June 20th wUeh an.y
aining unsold
will be shippefl to
ket to be sold
to the highest!
bidde
This herd i
the Jthoice of Wayne
County for milk
duction and has
been selected
e- "Best" of not
less than ON
OUSAND HEAD"
which we ha
e seiectea rrem, ana
they have beeli
ought regardless of
expense, as to
feir beef qualities, but
for milk.produ
ion alone.
Any Dairym
h, or person who may
desire a choide milker will nd this
a choice lot fc select from.
? George B. Dougan.
12-7t t
Industries Wanted.
The Chicago r& North Western
Railway has information from desira
ble points on its lines that industries
of various kinds are desired. The fine
prospect of a bounteous harvest In
sures the continuance of the large
business of former years and is caus
ing many communities to make
strong effort to secure new indus
tries. Among the establishments
wanted are iron and woodworking
concerns, cereal mills, canning works
cold storage plants and mills of vari
ous kinds, as well as mecantile es
tablishments. Requests for particu
lars addressed to the Industrial De
partment of 4he C. & N. Ry.. Chi
cago, will be promptly attended to.
18-5L
VUDOR Chair
Hammocks go on
any porch that
ee feet wide.
They are suppor
occupy only two
rom above and
hes of fiat wall
space when not
use. uet one or
ajolto & Kemper.
NEW YORK MARKETS
NE WYORK MARKET mn fin r?m
TRADING WAS ACTIVE AT OPEN
ING SHOWING SHARP RrOUND
FROM YESTERDAY'S PRICES.
Publishers' Press
New York, June 19. Trading in
stocks at the opening today was excit
ed and active at a. smart rebound from
yesterday's depressions. Many of the
speculative favorites showed wide ad
vances. Pennsylvania was especially
effected by the conclusions of the nego
tiations for a loan in Paris. The first
sale was of 100 shares at 130, follow
ed by 200 shares at 130, and then
followe'd by 15,000 shares all the way
from 131 to 133, compared with 129
last night.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Open Close
Amal. Copper 103 104
Am. C. & F. pfd 38 39
Am. Locomotive .. 70 71
Am. Smelt & Rfg 149 150
Am. Sugar Rfg 133 133
Atchison S9 89
Anaconda 248 24S
Baltimore & Ohip .116 118
Brooklyn R. T 80 80
Canadian Pacific 159 159
Chesapeake & Ohio 5 57
C, M. & St. P 177 178
Colo Fuel & Iron .. 51 52
Erie 43 43
111. Central 176 177
Louis & Nash 146 146
Mexican Central 22 21
MissouriPac 95 95
Mo., Kan & Tex 33 34
National Lead 70 74
New York Central 136 137
Norfolk & Western 87 88
Pennsylvania 130 132
People's Gas 92 91
Reading 131 132
Republic Steel 29 29
Republic Steel pfd 99 99
Rock Island 24 24
Rock Island pfd 62 64
Southern Pacific 64 65
Southern Ry 37 36
Southern Ry pfd "... 99 99
Tenn. Coal & Iron 154 153
Texas & Pacific 32 32
Union Pacific 147 148
U. S. Steel 38 x38
U. S. Steel pfd 104 04
Wabash 19 & 19
Wabash pfd 46 U 45
Western Union .7 93 M 93
Sales up to noon, 603,100
New York money market, 4fier cent
Palladium Want A$ Pay.
HOT WFATHER SPECIALTIES
Baked Ham (cokejdone),
Potato Chios (freSh). S
Plenty Strawberries an,ljCream
Phone 229. HAHLSy BROS.
FINE HOLLOW'GROUND
RADSIMITE R&Z0R FREI
To each puropiser of the
DOLLAR RA9IUMITE STR(
M I ftninlpv Court He
Pharmac
Bell 412-W PHONES Jlome 1708
Richmond Auto Sfation
Automobiles. Motorcycles and I
Bicycles. Supo!ie-Storage f
102 MAnTJtEET.
C. R. Carteriproprletor.
Beer of quality combiJed with pur
ity our Richmond Expofl Beer is the
Beer to drink.
It is the flavor aneff healthfulness
that constitutes quatitytfn Beer.
This is possible by the best material
and modern brewing facilities.
THE MINCK BREWING GO.
New Phone 42
TO ClflCrifiATI
VIA C. C. O L. R. R.
Sunday, June 24th
$1.00IgundTrip
BASE BALfL CAME
Cincinnati vs$ Pittsburg
Train leaves Richmond 9:05 a. m.
C. A- Blair, P. & T. A- Richmond
Home TeL 44. '
w w w V w w v v rjp w w w w w www
f
I
SUMMER EXCURSION
ft
AL. H. $UNT
7 North fiinth
Can sell or trde you ny
thing in real estate. Se him.
WM.
lKII
Plumber
anf
Bicycles and Sundries .
Phone 1482. 406 Main St.
ROUND ITRIP
OHI
VIA DAYTON d WESTERN
TRAGTIOj go.
FREE BAND C&ICERTS AT
THE PARK. 1
CAVE OF THE WINDS THE
NEW SENSATION AT LAKE
SIDE. 1
THE SOLDIER HOME IS
NOW IN THE IhEIGHT OF
ITS FLORAL BEAUTY.
THE GROTTO l THE MOST
REFRESHING POT CON
CEIVED BY MAN.
" HELLO,
MEET US AT DE
.. . '
We arc sure to be
we are routed
c c t& l.. a
Rock Island Fvl R's.
Through train service Ric imond to
Denver without change of cars.
On account of the Nati nal con
vention of Elks to be he at Den
ver, Col., July 18 to 2j it. Rate
Richmond to Denver an! return
only 130.25. Just thin of it!
Dates of sale July lltl to 14th.
Final return limit Augu 20th.
Through train service will leave
Richmond Saturday Jul! 14th at
10:45 a. m., arriving al Denver
Monday, July 16th at 8 aim. Train
"will be made up of highSback coa-;
ches. Standard Pullman Palace
cars etc. "The finest vain that
ever come over the pike.l Any one
can take advantage of tils excur
sion. 1
"You'll be sorry if you Jniss It."
Mr. F. I. Braffett at 2nd Rational
Bank, Richmond has diagram of
Pullman Sleepers. Call there and
reserve your berth. For particu
lars call C. A. Blair, P. T. T. A.
Home Tel. 44. Richmond.
THE DAYTON & WESTERN
TRACTION GO.
lii effect May 5, 1906. Subject to
change without notice.
MAIN LINE
L!"
IVER "
mere, as
lia
i
AM AM AM j V M P M P M
Rlch'd Lv 6.30 fl.45 8.00 anf 8.00 8.W 11.00
Raton Ar 0.50 7 60 8 42ievery 8.41 0X7
W.Alex 7.05 8.05 hou 8.6S 10.US W.15
Da v ton " 8UQ ft.OQ lU.OO unttl IO.C0 il.Ou
NEW PARIS BRANCH
(THROUGH SERVICE)
Leave Richmond for Ntw Paris.
5:50, 6:45, 8:20, 9:20,fie:00. 11:20.
a. m., 12:20, 1:20, 2:2, 3:00, 4:20,
5:20, 6:20, 7:20, 8:20. :55 and 11:00
P. iL I .
Transfere at New wlstvllle.
CONNECTIONS At featon -with P.,
C. C. & St. L. for points, north and
south. At West Alexandria with Cin
cinnati Northern R. Jt. for points
north and south. At Dyton with elec
tric lines diverging for Troy, He,
Sidney, Lima, Xenia, feprlngfield, Co
lumbus, Hamilton and; Cincinnati.
Through rates, thrqogh tickets to
all points. For further Information,
call Home Phone 269.
Arrangements fc parties, special
cars, etc., call phone lor write C. O.
BAKER, G. P. and PA-. West Alex
andria, O. V
MARTIN SWISHER, Agent
Whywaitfor your friend's
friend to come and :- look at
your house week after next?
You can sell it with a To Let
ad in The Palladium.
iING, PAINTING
BLACKSMITH1NG
WOOD WORK
BUY
INSURANCE :
INSURES I
OF
I. Bradbury & Son j
WestcAt Block .
4 S 4 4 4 y'i' 4 4 4 4 !
PRICJ & PRICE
LOANS If REAL. ESTATE
Insurance.
NotarAPilJlic. ? j
Home pWXe 1046.
Rooms 31 and 32 Colonial Bldg.
2?
A LITTj
F FARM M
WE
TILLED.
Ixcatlon, advantages
rmnu Appiy to
J. E. MOORE
Over$N.7th9t
Rlchttond,Ind
CARRifiiE FACTORY t
I 47
EIGHTH ST. t
BuU!s 111. finds of new vehicles
tooO-
Repairs prtomptly done.
Rubber Tire Patched
and only the
st. of new ones
put on at
owest rites.
li
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