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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, October 12, 1906. Paga Six. : A A C.C. H Provisions Live Stock Grain and ' Stock' Markets RICHMOND-J ARKETS Tomatoes, as far as Richmond 13 concerned, are practically' a thing of the past for this season. There were only a few bushels on sale and deal ers said they did not expect to have any more. Although the market has been firm, prices have not been nearly as high as at the be ginning of the season, when home grown tomatoes brought $3.50 to $1.00 a bushel. Total sales of toma toes this season have been about av erage, in spite of the fact that, at the beginning of the season, it was said that there would, .not, be as many to matoes this year as heretofore. THE LOCAL MARKETS. The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer, Main &. Fourth streets, for produce, veget ables and fruits. This gives the farmers and gardeners the accurate quotations for their 'products; also gives the merchants of the smaller towns the wholesale prices paid In ; Richmond on all fruits, etc., bought from fCom mission men.) Produce. Eggs' 18c doz. Butter, Ccountry table) .. .. 20c lb. Butter, (creamery) 27c lb. Butter, (packing stock) .. .. ..12c lb. fChickens,- (Spring) .. ..?....llc lb. Chickens, .(Hens) ...8c lb. Chickens, Roosters) -.. 6c lb. Vegetables. Okra .. .. 10c lb. Oyster Plant.. .. .. . 25c doz. Lettuce, (head).. .. -. r..- ..7c lb. Lttuce, (Curly) . ...... ..10c lb. Carrotts ........ 50c bu. String Beans.. .. c .. ..40c bu. Onions, (White) $1.25 bu. Onions, (Yellow.. ... $1.00 bu. Onions, (Spanish) . . ,.. ..$1X0 crate Onions, (Young) .... .. . .25c doz. Green Corn .. . . .. .. .. .. 6c doz. Cabbage '.. ,50c bbl. Tomatoes.. .. .. .. .. .. ..30c bu. Cauliflower ( fancy) .... .. 75c doz. Egg Plants .. 50c doz. Radishes 25c doz. bunches Cucumbers (long green) .. ..15c doz. Beets.. .. .. ..50c bu. Turnips, (washed) .. .. .. ..50c bu. Sweet Potatoes $2.90 bbl. Lima Beans .9c qt. Green Peas .. .. $2.00 bu. Mangoes (sweet) .. .. 6c doz. Celery, (Michigan) 25c doz Parsley.. . 10c lb. Shelled Beans.. .... .. .. 7c qt Potatoes -.75c bu. Fruits. Peaches, (Michigan) .. ... ; Sl-50 to $2.00 Huckle Berries, (16 box crate).. $2.25 Black Berries.. 7c per qt Crab Apples 40c bu. Apples, (picked cooking varieties) . . .. 60c bu. Grapes, (Concords) .. .. .. 25c bas. Grapes, (Cal. Muscats) ..- w.$2 crate Grapes, (Cal. Seedless) . . . . ..$2.00 Cherries, (Cal- Ox heart) ...$1.75 bu. Lemons, (Verdellas 300 s.) ..$9. box Water Melons, (Indiana 20 ' lb av.) . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .16c each Canteloupes, (Tip Top, 40 to bbl.) .... .$1.00 bbl. Gems, (Indianas) .. .. -.. ..60c bas. Cocoamits -.. .. 40c doz. Plums, (Cal. KeUey) .. .. $2 crate Plums, (Damsens) $2.50 bu. Plums, (Green Gage) .. . . .. $2. bu. Plums, (Goose Bed) .. .. .. $1.25 bu Plums, (Blue Gage) $1.50 bu. Oranges, (Velencias) 126 s $5.50 box Bananas, (Jumbo's) .. ..$1.50 to $1.75 Pears, (Sugar or Sickle) .... 50c bu. Pears, (Bartletts) $1.00 bu Grape Fruit (60 size) $5 box. Pine Apples, (Fancy 24s.) . . . . $3.25 WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mills, ) New Wheat 68c Corn, per bushel 46c Oats per bu .. .. .. 2Sc Rye .. 60c WAGON MARKET. Paid by H. J. Rldqe A Son.) Did Corn 46c Old Timothy Hay. Baled $14 Loose $12 to $13 Mixed baled $11 to $12 New Timothy Hay. New hay baled .$10 to $11 Miscellaneous. Old oats ...33 to 40c New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00 CIOVEH SEED. (Paid by Wm.Hill & Co.) Clover Seed, Little Red or Big En glish, per bushel $6.00 to$7.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatslr.) Cattle. Choice butcher ste ers...$4.00 4.33 Bull3 $2.00 3.00 Cows, common to good ..$2.00 3.00 Calves .. 6.00 6.50 Hogs. Hogs, heavy.. .... . ..K.lOfr 6.25 Hogs, 300 lbs common and rough .. 3.S5 6.00 Hogs, 200 and 250 lbs average. .. .6.23 Is the Moon Inhabited. Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere, which makes life in some form possible on that satel lite; but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours; especially those who don't know that Electric Bitters cure Head ache, biliousness, malaria, chills and faver. Jaundice, dyspepsia, dizziness, torpid liver, kidney complaints, gener al debility and female weakness. Unequalled as a general tonic and ap petizer for weak persons and espec ially for the aged. It induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteed by A. G. Luken &. Co., druggists. Price only THE PALLAD1m MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LATEST AND ARE ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE. NO NEW8PAPERS IN INDIANA, THOSE OF INDIANAPOLIS NOT EXCEPTED GIVE MORE COMPLETE : MARKET REPORTS THAN THE PALLADIUM. INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS (Publishers' Frest! -Indianapolis; Oct. 11. Receipts, 5, 000 hogs, 1,250 cattle and 400 sheep, against 4,709 hogs, 1,238 cattle and 449 sheep a week ago and 7,410 hogs, 1,656 cattle and 54 sheep a year aero. There was a slight decrease in the receipts of hogs compared with tne last two davs. but no improvement in the demand and with the supply emial to reauirements buyers were bearish and prices declined 10c in thfi averaee. Some or the light nogs were 15c lower compared with yester day's best sales. Active for Cattle. For a Thursday, receipts of cattle wre relatively larger than heretofore this week. There was also a larger proportion of good kinds and tne sup nlv was nearer equal to requirements than it has been. There was a good active demand for fat steers of prac tically all weights at strong prices, compared with yesterday. STEERS Good to choice steers 1.300 lbs and unward 5 5 tvv fa Cciamoa to medium steers. 1,300 lbfi. and unward 4 B0 5 50 Good to choice steers 1.150 to 1.250 lbs .. .. 4 75 5 50 Common to medium steers, 1,150 to 1.23C lbs 4 15 4 75 Good to choice steers. 900 to 1.100 lbs .. .. 4 25 4 75 Common to medium steers. 900 to 1.100 lbs 3 50 4 25 Choice feeding steers. 900 to 1.000 lbs 3 75 4 00 Good feeding eteers, 800 to 1.000 lbs 3 25 3 50 Medium feeding steers 700 to 900 lbs 2 75 3 25 Common to test stack ers .... 2 25 3 00 HEIFERS Good to choice heifers.... 4.15 4.50 Fair to medium heifers. .3.65 4.00 Common light heifers ....2.50 3.50 COWS- Good to choice cows .. 3 35 4 00 Fair to medium cows 3 00 3 25 Canners and cutters .. 1 25 2 85 Good to choice cows and and calves SO 0050 00 Common to medium cows and calves 20.0O30.00 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls. .. 3 00 3 50 Fair to medium bulls .. 2 50 3 75 Common bulls ... 2.00$ 2.25 Common to best veal calves 4.50 7.50 Fair and good heavy 3.00 7.00 Hogs. Best heavtka. 110 lbs and upward.... .. .. 6.50 6.70 Medium and nrixed. 190 lbs and upward.. .. ..6.40 6.50 Good to choee lights 160 to 180 lbs 6.35 6.50 Common to good lights 130 to 150 lbs 6.25 6.35 Best pigs ..5.75 6.15 Light pigs.. .. .. .. .. 4.50 5.50 Roughs .. ..5.50 6.15 Bulk of sales.. , 6.35 6.55 Sheep. Spring lambs 4.00 7.00 Good to choice yearlings. .5.00 5.50 Common to medium.... ..4.254.75 Good to choice sheep. .. .4.25 4.75 Culls to medium 2 50 4 00 Stockers and feeders 2.50 4.00 Greatest tonic and strength produ cing remedy ever offered suffering humanity. Cures indigestion, constipa tion, headache, stomach disorders. That's what Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea will do. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. . . Devil's Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that. afflicted me 10 years. Then I was advised to apply Bucklen's Ar nica Salve, and less than a box per manently cured me, writes L. S. Na pier, of Rugles, Ky. Heals all wounds burns and sores like magic. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co., druggists. A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the stomach, liver and bowels in perfect order. You'll agree with her if you try these painless pu rifiers that infuse new life. Guar anteed by A. G. Luken & Co., drug gists. Price 23c. Mouser Very Lew. Fremont, O., Oct. 11. The life of Congressman Grant E. Mouser is hang ing la the balance and little encour agement is held out by the attending physicians. Septic pneumonia has de veloped aad serious consequences are feared. His heart action is bad and his general condition extremely low. All his relatives have been siunmosed. Shotflrers Killed. Springfield. 111., Oct. 11. In an ex plosion in the mine of the Springfield CollerJes Co., north of this city, two shotfirers were killed. The victims were John Stadfen, 45, and Thomas Hiscock, 44, both of Springfield. The rescuers went into the mine but had some difficulty in reaching the victims wing to gas. Police Attack Wwkmen. Ufa, Rucsia.'Oct. 11. While the po lice of this town were arresting an agi tator in the Svemski factory they were surrounded and attacked by a large number of workmen. After a short fight the workmen were beaten off. Several guards were killed or wounded and the factory is now occu-j piedjy troops. 1 CINCINNATI MARKETS IPubllshers' Pressl Cincinnati, Oct. 11. Cattle There was a very fair run of cattle arrived toda3r, and in addition to nearly 500 head of cattle carried over from yes terday, the supply was a most liberal one for this time in the week. Sales of the good and choice fat beeves and desirable quality stockers and feed ers exhibited " no essential change from yesterday's average prices, while the half fat and plain stuff was badly neglected and simply at the mercy of buyers bids for outlet. Hogs There ' was a rather light run of hogs arrived for the market today and offerings in consequence sold strong to 5c higher than on yes terday and the market closed firm. . , - - CATTLC HEAVY STEERS Choice. . ..- $ 5.23 5.30 Fair to good.. . . "'. 4.50 5.15 Oxen 1.75 4.00 BUTCHER STEERS Extra 5.15 5.35 Good to choice 4.50 5.10 Common to fair 2.50 4.00 HEIFERS ' Extra 4.10 4.25 Good to choice.. 3.60 4.00 Common to fair 2.00 3.50 COWS Extra 3.60 3.73 Common to fair .1.00 2.50 Canners 1.00 2.25 Stockers and feeders .. 1 75 4 25 BULLS Thin and light 2 00 2 60 Bologna 2.60 3.00 Fat Bulls .3.00 3.33 CALVES Common and large 3.00 7.50 Extra.. ... ..7.50 8.50 Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchers 6.65 6.70 Common to choice heavy fat sows 5.00 6.25 Stags 4.00 5.00 Light shippers ..6.30 6.35 Pigs, 110 lbs and less ..5.50 6.25 Sheep. Common to fair 2 50 4 00 Lambs. Good to choice.. .. .. ..7.00 7.65 No sickly women or .week men will ever regret taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It's brought happiness to thousands of homes. Tea or Tablets 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co. Magoon to Stay In Cuba. Havana, Oct. 11. The vacancy in the office of vice governor of the Phil ippines can not await the conclusion of the duties here of Charles E. Ma goon, who is to succeed Mr. Taft as provisional governor of Cuba. This is a great dlsappointmen-t to Mr. Taft, who desired that Mr. Magoon take up his work soon in the Philippines. It is believed that an appointment as vice governor of the Philippines will be made immediately on Mr. Taft's return to Washington. Grain Elevator Burns. Springfield, 111., Oct. 11. The big grafn elevator of George L. Barnett & Co., at Barnett, burned, together with 30,000 bushels of grain. The loss is about $50,000; insurance $30, 000. The fire is supposed to have been caused by sparks from a locomotive. Peonage Charged. Helena, Ark., Oct. 11. The trial of Thomas H. Musgrove of Mississippi county on the charge of peonage, has begun in the federal court here. It is alleged (hat he enticed Marion S. Em mons and Adenhail Vitt of St. Louis to his plantation near Karfield, Ark., in 1905, and held them virtual pris oners, forcing them to work and hu miliated them. Musgrove, who is wealthy, denies all allegations and has engaged the best legal talent obtain able to fight the case. Stockyards Licked. Up. : Columbia, Tenn., Oct. 11. The stockyards here, together with 115 head of horses and mules, 17,000 bush els of wheat and a quantity of oats, hay and machinery were destroyed by fire. The loss is $57,000. Candidate Will Withdraw. Wilkesbarre, Pa,, Oct. 11. E. A. Coray, candidate for congress on the Lincoln party ticket from the Eleventh Pennsylvania district, has announced his intention to present his resigna tion. He has issued a call to the county committee to assemble next week, when he will make known his reason for resigning. In Pursuit of His Wife. Havre, Oct. 11. General Ouchakoff of the Russian army, la pursuit of his wife, who is fleeing from her husband in the company of Gabriel Essipoff; has arrived here on board the steamer La Provence. He refused to be inter viewed. No Wool to Dye. "Pa, why did you call Mr. Snookers a dyed in the wool Republican? "Because he is one and proud of it." "I don't see how he can be. 1 saw him with his hat off, and he has no more hair than a billiard balL" Sufficient. A11 women like to talk abouT "Why qualify it?" "What do you mean? "Just say they like to tj They Always GZject to It. I do love goldenrfl." "I don't. I hatjrhe stuff." "Excuse n:e. . lWn't know that yoi have r.av " Use artifcc; gas for light and heat. CHICAGO MARKETS Publishers' Press Chicago, Oct. 11. The quotations today follow: (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.) . OPEN. CLO. Wheat. Dec ..' 74 May 79-788 7S Corn. Dec 42-ii 42 Ji May .. .AZM-M 43 Oita. Dec ..34-34 33 May .. .. ..35U- 34 Pork. Jan ..13.75 13.65 Lard. Oct ..9.30 9.32 9.30 Jan. .. 8.12-8.15 8.10 Ribs. Jan.. 7.45 7.45 MARKET SUMMARY. CHICAGO ..lUr; jrainon to prin'i Steers. J4 85w" 25: cows. t 254 7: heifers, J2. 60(4 25; bulls. , J 2 404 50 stockers and feeders, $2 io4 50; .iec and Lambs Sheep, $4 8505 85: lamb $6 25?T8 00; yearlings. $5 65ga CO. Calxt J3 008 00. Hoss Choice to prir heavy. $S 65 a 6 75; medium to jrood heavr $6 40S 60; butcher weights, id 60(96 7 good to choice heavy mixed, J5 356 f packing, J6 006 1 ; pigs, $3 50$r6 C Wheat No. 2 red, 73 He. Corn Xo. 45"ic Oats Xo. 2 33c. EAST BUFFALO Cattle: Good choice export cattle, J5 506 00; shippi steers, $4 75 25; butcher cattle, $4 7S 5 25; heifers, $3 254 75; fat cows, J2 : A 00; btills, $2 50(ti!4 00; milkers at sprinsers, $30 0050 00. Sheep , ar Lambs Good to choice yearlings, $6 00 S 50; wethers, $5 75(S 00: ewes, $4 75 5 25; spring lambs, $5 008 00. Calves Best, $8 00(S8 35. Hogs Heavies ai mediums, i 90 7 00; Yorkers, $6 75 6 90; piss, jtf 60 6 65; roughs, $5 50; 6 0 stags, $4 uiR5 00. PITTS BURG-r-Cattle: Choice, $5 65 5 90; prime, to 455 60; tidy butcher; $4 655 00; heifers, $2 504 25; cow bulls and stags, $2 003 iB; fresh cow $25 0050 09. Sheep and Lambs Prir wethers, $5 605 65; good mixed, $5 2" 5 40; lambs, $t 507 75. Hogs Hen hogs. $6 J57 00; mediums - and hea Yorkers, $6 95; light Yorkers, $6 706 8 pigs, $6 406 50. CLEVELAND Cattle: Prime dry-f" $6 50 f0; heifers. $2 504 25; fat cow $3 256 3 50; bulls, $3 03 25; milkers a: springers: $12 0043 00. Sheep ar' Lambs Choice lambs, $7 .07 75; wet ; ers, $5 00GS5 25; mixed. $4 504 75: ewr -$4 505 00. Calves $8 00 down. Hogf Yorkers, mediums and heavies, $6 70 "5; pigs, $6 0; roughs, $5 50 g 5 stags. $4 00 4 75. CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red. 7J 7SVic. Corn No. 2 mixed. 4849c. Oa Xo. 2 mixed, 36(836. Rye Xo. 2. 6, Lard $8 -.0. Bulk meats $9 00. Bacon $10 25. Hogs $5 406 65. Cattle $2 0 5 35. Sheep $2 504 .75. Lambs $4 i . 7 60. BOSTON Wool: Ohio and Pennsylvr nia XX and above, 3434'4c: X, 31632. No. 1, 4041c; Xo. 2, 383c; fine washed. 252S'ic; delaine washed, 36' 37c; delaine unwas ed, 2829c: Kentuck. and Indiana combing 3-blood, 3335c. NEW YORK Wheat: No. 2 red, 784c Corn No. 2, 54 lie. Oats Mixed. 380. TOLEDO Wheat, 75'c: corn, 4Sc: oats, 36c; r-"" --. $ 25. DANGER IN DELAY. Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous . For Richmond People to Neglect. The great danger of kidney trou bles is that- they get a firm hold be fore the sufferer recognizes them. Health is gradually undermined. Back ache, headache, nervousness, lame ness, soreness, lumbago, urinary trou bles, dropsy, diabetes and Bright's disease follow in merciless succes sion. """ L F. , Cooper, of 714 North Thir teenth street, Richmond, Ind., says: "For two years there existed sharp pains in my loins and sides and a con tinual feeling of soreness. It was hard for me to stoop, lift or bend over and when I caught cold it always settled in ihe kidnejrs. The secretions were irregular and much too frequent. The medicines I used brought me no ben efit until I began taking Doan's Kid ney Pills. I used two boxes of this rem edy last winter and since then have been free from all trouble with the kidneys. I am, therefore, glad to recommend the use of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. . ' , F'.ve L - 2"' Cs! . .jtj. Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. 11. Fiv mc, were killed in a Iread-cn,. freight co li6ion on the Union Pacific rail rca at Ridffe,.near Laramie, Wyo. Th dead are: Eneinsers Fraak Strong an John Murray, Firemen Ensstrom as Kelley, Brakeman Meyers. The co lision was due to a zrlsunderstandi:: of orders. ia--r Sudden fSummoni. .'- Dallas, Texas Oct. 11. Mrs. John Stagg, wife of the president of the International Fire Chiefs" association, which is in session here, died suddenly ot uraemlc coma. Her home is in Pat erson, N. J.- The convention ad journed out of respect to the memory of Mrs. Stags. Two Suspects Held. San Francisco. Oct 11. George A Lesch and Ed Lacgley. two youths c: 19, wen? arrested on Goldea Gate ave nue and are being held at the Bar. street police station on suspicion tha they may be the iong-sought gas pipt murderers. The arrest was brough about by a pawnbroker in whose store they were bartering for a revolver for 2. He became suspicious and noti fied tire police. The prisoners say they ar sailors but cannot remember their ships. They are rough looking and rogh!y dressed. Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. - HEW YORK MARKETS I Publishers Prel New York. Oct- 11. The stock market opened strong, unaffected by the important commercial failure an nounced late yesterday, or by the ad vance in the Bank of England's dis count rate. Prices advanced through out with heavy dealings, in Pennsyl vania and United States Steel. Both stocks showed an extreme gain of a quarter on running sales of .000 shares. Great Northern preferred rose 24, Northwestern 2 and Cleve land, C. C. & St. Louis, Smelting and People's Gas a point, and Union Pacific, Reading, Mexican Central and Pullman large fractions. Children eat, sleep and grow after taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Brings rosy cheeks, laughing eyes, good health and strength. A tonic for sickly children. Tea or Tab lets Co cents. A. G. Luken & Co. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss.: Estate of John Hatfield, Sr., de ceased. , Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the Wayne Circuit Court, Administratrir with the Will annexed of the estate of John Hatfield, Sr., deceased, late of , Wayne County, Indiana. Said es tate is supposed to be solvent. Florence B. Dormer, Administratrix. Wm. A. Bond, Attorney. - , daily 12-19-26. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas Eclectric Oil. Take the sting out cf cuts, burns or bruises at once. Pain cannot stay where it is used. "Generally debilitated for years. Had sick headache, lacked ambition, was worn-out and all run-down. Bur dock Blood Bitters made me a well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freitoy, Moo- sup, Conn. , t Human Blood . Marks. ; fA'; tale ot 'horroV Was told by marks of human' blood in the home of J. W. Williams, a well known merchant of Bac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs, and was near death when I be gan taking Dr. King's New Discov ery. It completely cured me and I have ! remained well ever since." Tt cures' hemorrhages chronic coughs, settled colds and bronchitis, and is the only known cure for weak lungs. Every bottle guaranteed by A. G. Lu ken & Co., druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Com plexion sallow? Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious at tacks. 25 cents at any drug store. , Don't think that piles Can't be cur ed. Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doan's Ointment. 50 cents at any drug store. ..Closing SHII Goes $7.50 larqe size Wool Blankets, $1 $6.50 large size Wool Blankets $ $1.00 goods of any kind tor 75 ce 50c value for 39c. 25c value for 19c. In Groceries we still sell Pride Richmond, BobiWhite sack. Gincier Snaos. fine. 5&lb. Sauare Crackers at & lb. S. & H. Stamps. HOOD'S WODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 41 1-4 13 Main Street. Thc Lrast of Train leaves Richmond 13th, arriving Chicago 6:45 a." m (Dearborn Street Station) 11:00 Via C. C. ISL CLr This excursion gives all day and ening in Chicago and ex cursionists have an opportunity to attend some of the fine thea ters now going on in Chicago, also National League Ball game, White City, and other attractions. For particulars, ask Fone No. 44. LOW $9.45 Rount Tap, to Chatta nooaa. Ten On accountof "Reunion of the Society of th Army of the Cum berland." Sellng dates, Oct. 15th, 17th. FinaLf return limit rsov. 20th. $1.45 Round Ind. Trip to Muncie, of "Indiana State Charities and Cor On account Conference - rections." 5th to 9th ber 13th. belling dates, October Return limit. Octo- To New Orleans, La. Less thanihalf rates for tne round trip oil account of the "Bi ennial Meeting Supremo Lodge K nf P." t Sellinsr dates. Oct. i"th-i4th. SFinal return limit Nov. 30th. J $15.50 Roimti Trip to Mem- nhis Tpnn. On account of "Brotherhood of St. Andrew's." Selling dates, Oct. 15th t6 lSth. Final return limit, Nov. ?0th. , $40.05 Round Trip to Denver, Colorado.!. On account of "American Min ing Congress." Selling dates, Oct. 12th-lth. Returning limit. Oct. 31st. ' Winter and All-Year Tourist Tickets to All Points. Round trip Home-Seekers and one way colonist tickets. For partidnlars call c. a. BLAinrf , ' - -1 -if Fone 44. P. a T. a. Moored f Write Fire and Tl f ance. We will bonl I from $100 to $2 t Home 1589, Bell 53 ROOM 16 J. O. O. F. BUILDING. The. I. WILL R EXCV TO DA SUNDAY, UN D RIP Out Sole .. Potat s, fancy ones for 70c or ite Lilly Flour at 50c tHc Season 5. IR iMTirip , Saturday night, October rning, leaves Chicago, p. m C. A. BLAIR, Pass. & Ticket Agent. : : --yy vVrVT. WAICiC i Plumber and as nttpj Bicycles anfylindries I J Phone 1482. 406 MainjSt. ' 1 is lf V n W0 M T brnJo Insur- i I iu. Loans J0. Phone IT. I J AN ' KSION TON lcT. 14th -J olca p. R. SALE. sirable West Side res- T northwest corner of .g. 4 Main and West Seventh streets. 4 4- 411 M R..Jk..M A Sam 4 II. Ul UUlSUi T Wl .. 1-3 Westcott Block 4- 4- 4- 444'44-4-4-44 444 sfSn EXCURSION ifvATESit" 4 IVXA. Dayton Western Dayton and R My Eaton and Rett J0 Tickets t above price will be sold every Sunday until further notice. Only Zf) Minutes requireoyto SET OUR TIRE at thi ider :? Carriage Factory No. 47 North 8th St. GIB H.SCOTT INVESTMENTS X REALfESTATE RrjTALS LOANS and I Brokerage N. 6th St. RICHMOND, IND. 0 0 0 0 0 9BS99 0 " THE PETErJOHIlSOn CO. X f FOR MUIIESTOVESS I Ull Utyklllbf Uu'bU0 ' AND GAS tOODS. f 0 Jf 0 000000i00000 IOND fENT. CO. r IQHTIT 8X. ;Q I KIOHHOIID, Phono 1457. AL. UNT has some go n Real Es and every tate. Rents attention given perty. CLIFFORD 1018 MAI TIN General Job Merchants' Deliver ff HcadqivarflcrG IlifPs Slbre Phone 723 'Phone or write a card to the Palla dijm of the little piece of news your neighbor told you and get your name in the news 'tip" contest for this week. mt j. tdtcoVat Cenerji M l 1 ffxcl 1 MONSi t 33 N. L 1 ir 3s Mori I Ninth tfX f blues M c7ectedf 'The pfb C7KESCLER X J STREET 1 uer I - K . . I U If lePIrln9- Z - Grimes fclden X - Eating? tples. t The Belx That GrOwv J HADuJr BROA i. v - jf Ct cc 3 C OHtTyt " 0 r.