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The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, November 28, 1906.
Page Six. Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Stock Markets RICHMOND MARKETS This will be a big day in the Rich mond markets. Thanksgivinig dinner tomorrow calls for all of the delicacies of the season and the prices though i trifle high will not bar the good people of the Quaker City from meeting their wants. Turkeys today will retail at 20 cents a otmd. There may be a slight, variation. Undressed turkeys may be had at from 12 to 14 cents. THE LOCAL MARKETS. (The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer, Main &. Fourth streets, for produce, veget ab::s and fruits. This gives the farmers and gardeners the accurate cuotations for their products; also gives the merchants of the smaller towns the wholesale prices paid In Richmond on all fruits, etc., bought from Commission men.) Produce. Eggs Butter, (country table) .. Butter, (packing stock).. Chickens, (Spring).. .. Chickens, (roosters).. .. Vegetable. Okra .. .. .. Carrotts, .. .. .. .". .. String beans . 22c doz. . ..22c lb. . . .14n lb. ..10c lb. . ..5c lb. .. 10c lb. ..50c bu. .$1.00 bu. Onions, (white).. .. .. .. ..$1.00 bu. Onions, (yellow).. .. 80c bu. Cabbage 75c tbl. Cauliflower ( fancy) 75c doz. Egg Plants 75c doz. Beets.. .-. ..K0e bu. Turnips, (wasned) 50c bu. Sweet Potatoes $2.83 bbl. Lima beans 15c qt. Mangoes (sweet) 5c doz. Potatoes ...60o bu. Fruits. Apples, (picked cooking varieties).. EOc bu. Grapes, (Concords) 24c has. Grapes, (Cal. Muscats) .. ..$2 crate Lemons, (Verdellas 300 s,) $5.50 box Oranges, (Velenciaa) 126 s $3.75 box Bananas, (Jumbo's) . . ..$1.50 to $2.75 Grape fruit $4.50 box WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mills.) Wheat ....73c New corn, per bushel 33c Old corn, per bu 40c Oats per bu 30c Rye . ...60c WAGON MARKET. 'Paid by H. J. Rldqe & Son.) Old Corn 46c Old Timothy Hay. Baled .. $14 Loose $12 to $13 Mixed baled Ul to $12 New Timothy Hay. ' New hay baled ; $10 to $11 Miscellaneous. Old cats 33 to 40o New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00 cioven seed. (Paid by Wm.Hill Co.) Clover Seed. Little Red or Bis En glish, per bushel $6.00 to$7.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatslr.) Cattle. Choice butcher steers ..$4.00 4.35 Imlls .'.$2.00 3.00 Cows, common to good ..$2.00 3.00 CalTes 6.00(g) 6.50 Hogs. Hogs, heavy select packeTs5.65 5.73 Hogs. 350 lbs, common and rough .5.50 5.65 Hogs 200 to 250 lbs. aver 5.755.83 Bendiag; the Head. Wortm? with the head bent over Is rery Injurious to the eyes, as it tends to gorge the vessels of the eyes with blood and to produce congestion. Phosphorescent crabs are fonnd In the Callforntan waters in lare quanti ties. These erabu, beautiful la their tints of red, blue purple and green, give out a peculiar lisrht at night, the effect of -which is startHn. since It make the animal literally stand forth In lines of gold. A BEJEWELED FOOT. Thr Tamil Wmaii'i War of Adora- Tte question whether women should wear jewel on their feet or their bands, or both. I one which In decided a dose of plant food or liquid manure. A BKJKWEL.F1 0T. j J takps differently in different countries. The The leaf of the begonia furnishes cnt hntv a Tamil tfrl'a foot which in most of the patterns which adorn cash the estimstion of It owner has been mere shawl? By Sramug a plant haS been Pro- , ..u,, Vi juewi. P.eatty nnndorned does not appeal to the critical eye of the milliner. It is not every prison warden who is proud of the output of his pen. . Just because the Indian is a ward of the government is no reason why he' should go into ward politics. THE PALLADIUM MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LATEST AND ARE A BSO LUTE "-Y RELIABLE. NO NEWSPAPERS IN INDIANA THOSE OF INDIANAPOLIS NOT EXCEPTED, GIVE WORE COMPLETE MAnrvc. I . r. trun i o nnn INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS rPubTi.-iliors' Tress. 1 Indianapolis, Ind , Nov. 27. Today-? quotations were as follows: STEERS Good to choice steers 1,300 Ib's and upward. Common to medium eteer. 1,293 lb, and $ 5. G.j ft 6.."0 upward ...A. Good t cholc steers J.1&0 to 1,250 Ibr.. .. Coalmen to medium steers, 2,150 tor lbs ." Good to choice steers. 900 to 1,100 lbs .. .. Common to tnedhtm steers, 900 to 1.100 lbs Choice feeding SCO' to 1,000 lbs Good feeding ateere, to 1.000 lbs ..' Medium fcedfee steer 700 to 900 lbs Common to twat stock . ers .. ,.5.00? 4 25 4 25 3 5u3 J 75 .65 00 4 CO a 15 3 50 2 75 3 25 2 23 3 00 HEIFERS Good to-choica heifers ....4.00 4.50 Fir to medium heifers Common light hefers .. covs Good to choice cows . . Fair to medium cows . Canners and cutters . .3.50 3.7 .2.50 3.25 3.23 4.00 3 00 3 25 1 5 2 S3 Good to choice cows and 6d calves SO 003 SO 0 Common to medium town and c?.lves 20.on3i.00 BULLS A2mD CALVES- Good to prime bulls Fair to medium bulls .. 3.25 3.75 2.50 3.00 2.00 2.25 ' 4.50 7.25 2 50 6 00 Common bulls Common to best veal calves Fair and good heavy .. Hogs. Best hear!. 210 lbs and upward Medium and mixed. 190 lbs and upward Goo1 to chore lights 160 to ISO lbs Common tc- eood light 160 to 180 lbs Best pigs . . 6.15 6.30 6.05 6.20 6.00 6.15 5.90 6.00 5.75 5.90 Light pigs 4.50 5.50 Rough s 5.50 ft 5.90 Bulk of sales 6.00 6.20' Sheep. spring lamos i.uuqy i.zo Good to choice yearlings. .5.00 5.50 Common to medium ..4.254.7o Good to choice sheep.. ..4.00 4.50 Culls to medium.. 2.00 3.75 Stockers and feeders.. .. 2.00 4.00 Many ills come from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty di gestion, lazy liver and sluggish bow els. Burdock Blood Bitters strength ens stomach, bowels and liver, and purifies the blood. After a heavy meal, take a couple of Doan's Regulets. and give your stomach, liver and bowels the help they will neV- Regulets bring easy. regular passages of the bowels. Fortunate Missourians. "When I was a druggist, at Livonia, Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Graysville, Mo., "three of my custom ers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr. King's New DiscoV' ery, and are well and strong today. One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona, but after ttsing New Discovery a short time he found it tin- necessary to do so. I regard Dr, Kings New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existence. Surest Cough and Cold Cure and Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken Co., druggists, 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. A Mountarn of Gold. could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arni ca Salve, -when it completely cured a running sore on her leg, which had tortured her 23 Ions years. Greatest antiseptic healer of Piles, Wounds, and Sores. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co.'s Drug Store. TRAIN AND TRACK. An English railway locomotive has an average life of fifteen years and an earning capacity of $300,000. Montana requires ' Its railroads to maintain a station at plotted town sites of 100 inhabitants or more. The New York Central company will Install thirty-five electric locomotives immediately to care for its suburban traffic. Belgian railway ,engines are fitted with two whistles, one producing a much softer tone than the other. In order to spare residents' nerves the "soft" whistle is used when the train Is passing through towns and railway stations. FLOWER -AND TREE. If your dahlias are not growing in ! very rich soil they will be improved by ,,nMd at Chiswlok. England, ths ! rnTrs; potatoes underground and toes above pronnd. The proud of It calls it a "toropot" plant. Pennsylvania Linesi Accou; of Stock Sho. special lares NemfW JOth. De cember 1st. 2d. 3d Jiryr 4th. to.- every body. For particia.y's consult ('. W. Elmer. Ticket Age: xJT omef- prpdjBcer rff. 21-2G-2iUa3st, inc. rnwi-nui w iti. CINCINNATI MARKETS I Publishers P-ess 1 . Cincinnati, Nov. 27. The quotations; today follow: CATTLE HEAVY STEERS Choice Fair to good . J .. Oxen WJTOtfER STEERS Extra . . Good to choice Common to-fair riZIFEHS Extra Good to choice.. Common to fair cows Extra $ 5.3o ft . 5.50 l.KQft 5 5.25& A.Wft 2.7 oft 4 lO'a 3.50 1.75 .15 . . 4.25 4.15 Common to fair 1.00 Canners Stockers and feeders . . . PULLa Thin and light Bologna Extra ..... Fat bulls . . . . calvks Common and large . . Extra Hogs. Good to choice -jac kerf" and butchers . . , Mixed packers iii'iii to cuolce bevy fat sows .. Light shippers Stags Pigs, 110 lbs. and less. Sheep. Common to.fair.. ... ... . Lambs. Common and fair., .. 4.75 5.S5 6.10 6.13 . .3.50 4 90 . .5.75 6.10 ..2.00 . .4.00 5.90 6.90 THINGS THEATRICAL. A dramatization of "The Masquer ader," the noted novel of Katherinp Thurston, is to be produced. Lolita Robertson has succeeded Lau ra Hope ("lews in the leading fem inine role in "Brown of Harvard." Gretchen Dale has been engaged for the role of Ruth Spottswood in Thom as Dixon's play, "The One Woman." Robert Hilliard is to star under tho management of Edward A. Brady in a play of New York life entitled "Th Turn of the Tide." George Broadhurst has written a new comedj' drama, in which Mr. Robert T. Haines will make his debut as 9 star In New York. , It is announced that De Wolf Hop per, after his coming season in "Hap pyland," will go in for straight farce instead of comic opera. Virginia Trescott Drew, who succeed ed Ethel Barrymore in "Cousin Kate," is to be in the support of Troctor J. White in "The Proud Prince.' HER DEFENSE. , ml nwn a. golden locket set With jewels bright and rare," ' Bhe vrote to Will, "'and I have placed Your precious picture therp." "I have your little photograph," Htr lines to Harry said. "Within a lorket o'er my heart." Oh, fair and tricky maid! It happened that they chanced to meet, These two adoring youths: Comparing; notes, as lovers will. They learned some startlinfr truths But when they txed- her with deceit She showed them, nothing loath. Their pictures in the locket. "See," She cried, "I wear you both!" -Minna Irving In New York Time. Dre. The Bachelor Do you think women dress to please the men? The Married Man No, to impoverish them. New York World. " The Truth, the Whole Truth. A worthy squire had a cow that al ways kicked and reared when milked. He decided to get rid of It and, calling one of his farm hands, told him to take the animal to market. Sell the brute," he said, "but, mind you. tell no lies. I've been unlucky in my purchase, but that's no reason why I should deceive others.." Two hours later the man returned from market with a htrjrer sum than the squire had expected. "I'm sure you lied about that cow," he said." "Not a bit of it." replied the man. "Every time I was aaked if she was a good milker I simply said. 'You'll get dead tired of milking before you've g all her milk.' They asked no other uestlons. e that I didn't volunteer anv more r.ur. Bon ivant. Death from Appendicitis. decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr. King's New Life Pills in creases. Thej- save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from constipation and the Ills grow ing out or it. fatreiigui and vigor al ways follow their usd. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken Co. druggists. 25c. try them. CHICAGO MARKETS I Publishers' Pre.al Chicago. Nov. 27. The wheat mar- Jket opened dull and steady. Liverpool j rabies were lower, and this, with a de . cline on the Minneapolis curb, depress : ch! prices later. . . The corn market was firm on a good o- demand by commission-houses for'tive favorites also shared fully in th option. The buying strength. I T" 1 i was based on the -small amount of contract stock in Cliicago, The oats market was quiet and A steady. The provision market was strong. (By O. G Murray's Special Wire.) OPEN. CLO Wheat. j Dec. 73 U 73 4 3.65 3.75 ! May 7S 4 7S V2 1.00 3.65 j July. -.77Ts' 78 1.00 2.35 ! . Corn. 1.75 2.35 ! Dec. .. 42?8 43 j May 43v4 43?i 2.00 2.S5tJuly 43 44U 2.S5W 3.15 1 t- 3.25,' Dec. .. , 33 U 33 3.00''a 3.50 'May .. .. 35 34 July 32 32 3.30 6.50 1 Par. 7 30 j Jan ..$14.55 $14.60 May .. 14.S0 14.87 Lard. 6.20 6.25 ov- - .- ..v-.....'... 9-17 9.23 6 loft 6 "0 Dec ' S.63 8.70 w- !Jan S-.42 S.47 ..i mccukriioct. Small Boy I want to see Dr. Jones, please. Maid He's not in now. Small Boy Well, directly he gets back, will you tell him to come to our house sharp and take away that baby. he left I r st week? It's in the way. Sketch. Sympathy. "We didn't seem to win the sympa thy of our auditors tonight." said the leading man. "No." answered Mr. Stormington Barnes, "but we might easily have got it by telling them what the box office receipts amounted to." Wash ington Star. Entombed. Borus (struggling author) Naggus, that last book of miue isn't meeting with ruch success, but don't you think It will live? Naggus (book reviewer) It will, my dear fellow, if there is such a thing as general literary resurrection. Chicago Tribune. Great Patience. Hicks If patience is a virtue Loeffer is one of the most virtuous men on earth. ' Wicks Got lots of patience, eh? Hicks Yes, he's been sitting around for at least ten years waiting for work. Catholic Standard and Times. Horrible Threat. The Hoto Siiy. boss, I uster be a prize fighter, an' if youse don't gimme a dime I'll I'll . The Pedestrian Well, what will yon do? The Hobo I'll tell youse all erbout It. See? Harvard Lampoon. His Weakneas. Toothpick I think Mr. Match is the most brilliant fellow I ever knew. Shoepeg Yes, he's brilliant, but he is so hot headed. Kansas City Star. Rural Kondmn. Jet about the best. h'ree. Of the thing I ever see Wuz the dinners I recall Down upon the farm In fall. Shucks, they tasted good to me! There wui Si 'nd Hen-ner-ee. "Kd my pa he sea, sez he: "Ain't thm dlnns best f all? Jest about!' Rural poet, twenty-three! Can your stock of poetree: Drop your dialectic drawl: Cease to hand us out the stall Of that "dear old" tuff that we Jest about! v Puck. . "The Old Min'" Bardea. Briggs The HiarhblowerK keep six teen servants. . Griggs" That's a god many people t work for. Judye. Oae Variety. "These sharp detective officers, Said Giggles to his wife, "Are very llk variety They are the sp(s nf life." Philadelphia Press. t Xotselesa. !! his noiseless powder a access?' "Not from the reports 1're heard. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Try It. , If in your business you fail And lose yoar shekels fair Don't yet despondent or Assure million-al Artificial gas. the 20, Cedtury fueL A doajmcast --' 10-tf j Indianapolis V- Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. NEW YORK MARKETS New York, Nov. 27.--The opening de- jmand for stocks carried prices upward i with considerable vigor. Ixjw-priced I Southwestern railroad stocks continu- : ed prominent, but the leading specula- Fractionally better prices were made in most stocks after the opening before th ' eprofit-taking became heavy enough to effect prices. About all of the gains were wiped out and Union Pacific were carried a fraction below yesterday's- closing. FIRE ALARM SIGNALS NO. BOX. LOCATION First Dis South of Main, West M Seventh Street 12 First and Souh C, Piano Fac tory. 13 Second and Sjbuth B 14 Fourth and South D. 13 Fifth and Sduth 15. 16 Fifth and Suth H. 1S Seventh and South C. ' 19 Seventh anl South J. Second District. South , of Main, ifetw een , Seventh and 7 Eleventh, Streets. : 21 Eighth, ain.fi Main.. .' 23 No. 4 Hoo House, Ninth and South I 23 Ninth and South A 26 Tenth and South C. 27 Eleventh : nd Main. 2S Eleventh : nd South J. Thir 1 District. South of Maiil East of Eleventh treet. "31 Twelfth aid South B. 32 Twelfth arid South A. 34 Fourteenth and Main. 33 Fourteentia and South C. 36 Eighteenth! and South A. 37 Twentieth tnd Main. 3$ Fifteenth ilid South A. Fourtit District. North of Main, West of Tenth Street to Iliver. 41 Third and Main, Robinson's Shop. 42 Third and Xorth C 43 City Buildin 44 Eighth and 45 Gaar, Scott 46 No. 1 Hose otreet. orth C. , Co. ouse, North Eighth 47 Champion Mails. 4S Tenth and orth I. 49 Ninth and orth E. 412 City Light I lant. Fifth district. West Richmon I and Fairview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. and National Road. and Kinsey. 51 West Third 52 West Third 53 West Third and Randolph. 54 West First nd Railroad. 55 State and II yer. Ridge. 56 Grant and 57 Hunt anp Maple. 58 Grant and Sheridan 59 Bridge Aviue, Paper Mill. 512 Earlham Cftllege. 513 West Sefenth and Peacock Road. 514 West Sevhth and Main. 515 South Weft Second and D. Sixth District. North of D, Eflst of Tenth Street. 61 Railroad ihops. 62 Hutton's fcoffin Factory. 63 Hoosier. Thrill Works. 64 Wayne Works. 65 City Mill IWrorks I and Railroad. 66 Fifteenth 67 Thirteentli and North H. Seventh District. Between Main East o nd North D Streets, Tenth Street. 7 Ninth anfl North A. 71 Eleventh land North B. 72 Fourteen i and North C. 73 No. 3 Hofe House, East End. 74 Eighteen and North C. 75 Twenty-Second and North E. Special Signals. 2- 2-2 PatrolfCall. 1-2-1 Fire fut.' 3- 3-3 Fire rfressure. 3 FirdJ 'Pressure OfC 10-10-10 Natural Gas Off. 10 Naturil Gas On. , Instructrlns and Cautions. NEVER TAMPER WITH A FIRE ALARM BOX.funless you have posi tive knowledge! there is a tire. Never send Jn an alarm unless you are certain thf fire is nearest the box you are at. i Never open fin alarm box when you hear the bell on the Engine House striking an alarm. . NEVER OPEN A BOX FOR A FIRE SEEN AT A pISTANCE. When you jpave positive knowledge of a fire, go once to the box nearest the fire; break the glass in Key Box door; then unlock the Alarm Box, PULL DOWST HOOK ONCE, and THEN LET jO. Unless the fire is plainly to be fceen, remain at box . Xitil the firemen strive, and direct thm where to go. By order of Board of Public Works. EDGAR E. MILLER, Chief. Richmond. lad., Nov. 1, 1506. Postmasttr Robbed-. G. V. Fouts, Vostmaster at Rirerton la., nearly lost bis life and was robbed of all comfort, according to his letter, which says: "For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint, which led to such a severe case of jaundice that eren my finger nail3 turned yellow; "when my doetorf prescribed Electric Bitters; which cared me and have kept me well fort eleven years." Sure cure for Biliousness, Neuralgia, Weak ness and all Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder derangements. A wonder ful Tonic. At A. o Luken &. Cc's Drug Store. 0 cents. Palladium Want Ads Pay KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. Health is Worth Saving, and Some Richmond People Know How To Save It. Many Richmond people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys, when they know- these or gans need help. Sick kidneys are re sponsible for a vast amount of suf fering and ill health, but there is no need to suffer nor to remain in dan ger when all diseases and aches and i.a.ns due to weak kidnevs can be quickly and permanently cured by the use or Doan.s Kidney Pills. Here is the statement of a Richmond citizen who has reclaimed good health by the usi of this remedy: John Moris, carpenter, of 43$ Main street, Richmond. Ind., says: "I was a great sufferer from lumbago for sev eral years, and the pains have given me many restless and nervous nights. I doctored with several different phy sicians without success. Finally be ing advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I went to A. G. Luken & Co.'s store for a box. I was better in three days after beginning the treat ment, and took in all three boxes. The lumbago has never bothered me since and I have often told people of this experience." For sale by all dealers. Price 30 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name; Doan's and take no other. TO BUY I Wheat ojy oats inNSitaaT. Will pay liberal price Address Lock Box No. 75 or FOR SAL res- .j. Idence at jorthwest corner of .j. Main and wSst Sevenp streets. ! 4- X f W. H. BradtW? & Son 1 3 Westcott Block 4 4- 4 4- 4- .4 4- 4- 4 4 Moore Write Fire and Torna Incur, ance. We will bond yu. Loans from $100 to $2,5i. Phone t Home 1589, Be53 f t ROOM 16 I. O. lpBUILDlNG. 2 tf CABINET MAKER, 1 AND Rl Make your old backer like new ,and ia you want it. : S. A. L0TT. 9 South 6th. Phone 1219 a a baaBvABkaaL aawhu.aaLaaak 1NG t a WM. WAK1 Plumber Sail Vuas fitter Bicycles rf Sundries Phcn1482. 406 Main Ot. 0 a a Essence Pompadour! The Latest Perfuml rare In Fragrance, Delicloua and Very Lasting Calland teat 4 a a it for Yourself. A pleasure to show you. a-a a w 4 SUNOAK EXCURSION n t .RATES 4 w VIA I Dayton & Western Dayton and Return, Eaton Ind Retorn, - - fl.OO 4 Ticke at above price will ybe told every Eunday until further notice. ....La........ 4 i X Richmond Monument Co. a 33 North jhth St. a Phoue 1457 RIchmoncL Ind New Goods for Miace Meat, New Raisons, Curarvts. ints. a Citron, Orange afd Lemon J I Peel Sweet Cider (New Barrell j just In) 'N. a ; 5" Far f I a a E FAIRER. T furniture t L new If X r t t 4 7.7,777.7 at a 'Phone 292, HADLEY BROS. J ' ; M . . . 4 4 4 4 4 4 47. 1 illDIAIIf, COLUMBUS & EJjSTERtl TRACTIOII GO. DAYTOD-RICHMOND DIVISION I ME TABLE - EFFECTIVE OCT. 15. 1906 ;A.M. lv.6:C0 (P.M.j P. I8:00 9: j8:20 9: 8:3o; 9: M.,P M. Richm'd :20;11:00 :37;11:20 : 451 1:30 :54H:42 :04;11:58 :171 :19 :55! New New Vst ;6:20 Hfcp e ;e:30 Laton West Johnsv 6:42j lex 6:55 JS:42 9 S:55.0 9:1110 9:is;io !9:55!10 le 7:11 N. Letfa non 7:15J Dayton Ar. I7:55l All Westv Pari. rs make connections at New e for Cedar Springs and New Connections at Dayton for Hamil- ton, C cinnatl, Springfield. Columbus, . Zanesville, Lancaster, Circle hillicothe. Delaware. Marlon, Newar ville. Xcnia, Troy, Plqua. - Lima. FIndlay, Toledo Sandusky, Cleveland. Detroit and ml ny other points. 1 Limted cars from Dayton to Spring. field efrery hour 7:t0a. m. to 7.30 p. m. NoJ excess on Dajtoti Springfield Limitetl. 150 pounds of baggage, check- ed frefr. Ticket office 2S S. Sth street. Horie Phone 269. t MARTIN SWISHER. Apt. THE CHICAGO, ClliClllllATI & LOUISVILLE R. R. (tmn new wav) Effective May 20th, 1BC3. . EAST BOtTNEW a. a. t r.M. a p.M Oft 400 TM 45 4 0 83 111 10 10 18 a. ii . frat- v.m SU 4 80 90 io io a io 10 45 Itt IH '4t lUchmond. " ottaRaOrova... VrrlT rinclnnau. ArrtTlsfrom th Kuu fcndiuiatl ovtace-urove.... Arrtva tUciinioad WEST BOUVD. r.M mlehtnond , in 4 11 87 It 62 1 H A S 00 7 U unci..... 1 1 11 OH 11 Marlon.... Vera ArtAth ... Cavtoafjo... 6 AxrtraV from th Weav eT qalcago r 1 t.eav era 00 06 ?3 Vrrtva Richmond. t Daily except Sunday. Sunday Hun to (artmlLB dally axoapl 4.46 am. train from Klehmond maka PnBiwuon a GflflltC) with Oraad orCbicao.arriTiug Ohloago 7 p. m; All e44t.boand train maka dlreot oenaao. alt Uotbaa urava with Ii. D. foi uaaouton. utrtT,joanraTtlMna 11a. lurthar Jnfarmatlon regarding rata rod train caunactions, aaJU C A. BLAIR. ,4om-, Phene AZ. Pass. mn4 Ticket Aat, X GIB 11 SCOTT 1 INVESTMENTS TrtEl t REArT ESTATE X lyiNTALS J A jl LOANS and t vJ!?"1 Drokeraje j 707 Main St. t RICHMOND, IND. 4j INTEpBAII LINES , offer special service and exceed ingly f t . low: rates To all points reached by Traction Lines in Indiana, Ohio, .Southern Michigan anfl Eastern Pennsylva nia. If THE Way. CLEAN COMFORTABLE HOURLY SERVICE. For Information, call on your lo cal Agent or address General Pas senger Office, Terminal Bldg., In dianapolis. V FOR SALE Elegant West Richmond double residence, new and strictly mod ern Ideal Location nothing bet ter. Easiljf worth 4,800. If sold at once owner WILL SELL AT A BArGAIN. This is a rare chce tget a FINE. HOME andar EXCELLANT GOOD INVESTMENT at the right price. Easy terms if desired You better investigate and make offer. Owner might take vacant lot as part pay. , If you mean business address, . P. O. Box 200, Richmond, Indiana. Calif only. I rtujvdam Jthl Jnreot it i- i A ton rr oxrora. rjercjfants' J Delhsry j I Hbiiyquartcro : IliW's Store J Phone 723 J