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The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, December 5, 1906.
Page Six. 1 Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Stock Markets RICHMOND -MARKETS A poultry dealer received the - fol lowing teiegram yesterday from a Boston house: ;;: We telegraphed j-ou today that the market was very dull here, and not (- ship us any more egjrs until we leiesrapbed. The idea is that we can see, at the extreme prices of j eggs as they are today, that they are j moving very slowly indeed, and the j trade is going on to cheaper eggs rather than pay the prices. Not only this, but-the pullets are beginning to lay around here, and our country trade to whom we sell eggs, and have been, are beginning to get about en ough eggs to supply them. Hence we do not believe in crowding prices too high, but will report on what we have in here as soon as we can close them out, and as we telegraphed you today, do not wish any more until we are sold out. as we do not want to have the eggs accumulate here as they did last year any more than you want to have us." THE LOCAL MARKETS. The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer, Main & .Fourth streets, for produce, veget- J.ab:2S 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 1 from Commission men.) Produce. Eggs .. .. .. 2Sc doz. Butter, (country table) 20c Butter, (packing, stock).. ".. . .14.1 lb. Chickens, (Spring) . .10e lb. Chickens, (roosters) .De lb. Turkeys .". 12c r. Vegetable. Dkra.. .. 10c lb. Sarrotts ..50c bu. Ducks s . -10c String beans $2.00 bu. Onions, (white) .$1.00 bu. Onions, (yellow) 50c bu." Cabbage $14 ton Cauliflower (fancy) $1.50 doz. Kgg Plants ..$2.00 doz. Beets ..50c bu. Turnips, (wasnei) 50c bu. Sweet Potatoes . ..$2. 45 bbl. Mangoes (sweet) .. ..45c box. Totatoea (Michigan) 40c Potatoes (Home grown) .. ..C5c bu. Fruits. Apples, (picked cooking varieties) . . ' . . .. .. - 50c bu. Orapes, (Concords) i.24c bas. Grapes. (Cal. Muscats) .. ..$2 crate Lemons, (Veredellas 300 s) $3.00 box. Oranges, (Velencias) 126 s) $2.63 box. urape iruit ..t.w 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. Ridge A Son.) Old Corn 46c Old Timothy Hay. Baled $14.00 to $15.00 Loose ................... to Ij Mixed baled Ul to $12 New Timothy Hay. New hay baled $10 to $11 ( Miscellaneous. Old cats 38 to 40c New straw baled $4.50 to $5.00 ClOVtET. SEED (Paid by Wm.Hill t Co.) Clover Seed, Little Red or Big En glish, per bushel $6.00 to$7.00 2 (Paid by Richmond Abbatur.) , Cattle. Choice butcher steers ..$4.00 4.35 Tjulls $2.50 to $3.00 tows, commca to good ..$2.00 3.00 Calves 6.C0 6.50 Hogs. Hogs, heavy select packers3.65 5.7." Hogs. 350 lbs. common and : rough , . . . 5.60 Iogs 200 to 250 lbs, aver. 5.S3 5.63 6.0G PAMODirifiC PITY uniiiumuuu j i i is r Cambridge City. Dec. 4, (Spl.) H. E. Penny was transacting business in Richmond Monday. ' t'ly.lo Heck was the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beck, at their home in Kichmond Sunday. Ticket Agent Whelan reports a Tirgt sale of tickets of the L. E. & V R. n. to Muncie and New Castle Sunday. ' Misses Rhea ration and Ruthrfligh Jey attended "43 Minutes from Broad way" at Richmond Monday night. Mrs. Klmer Whelan and daughter has returned home after a few day3 visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rctts at Hagerstown. ,.: Mrs. Emma Highley entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. "Wilson of Richmond. ; Mr. Gilbert Crossley is visiting his daughter Mrs, Anna Williams at her "home In Muncie, this week. - John Griffin of Richmond was the xuest of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Keever here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Kipp and Mr. nnd Mrs. Milas Drake of Indianapolis ,afc Thanksgiving dinner with n r cr C T XVif.t.-i.'-' I- Mr. And ' Mrs. Drake re.tna.nca until Saturday corning, renewmg old acquaintances. Iwrtnce Jessup has accepted a 1 position as an undertaker with B. L. f Kirkwood. succeeding RoV Kirkwood. t i,o !; iiHpm1in btisinn nr.Ti -. .. ..vCTV. I Jnrtimaiiolis r It is the best safeguard against in- liges;ion. niiiousuess and dyspepsia, i known to mankind. Hollister's Rocky ; Motintain Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. A. H. Luk.cn & Co. THE PALLADIUM MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LATEST AND ARE ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE. NO NEWSPAPERS IN INDIANA THOSE OF INDIANAPOLIS NOT EXCEPTED, GIVE MORE COMPLETE MARKET REPORTS THANT TH PALLADIUM. INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS irullialiT.s' Press. Indianapolis, Dec. 4. Today quo tations were as follows STEERS Good to choice steers 1,300 lbs and upward.. $ 3.C30 6.50 Common to medium t.teeri. 1.200 lbs. and nnwflrri i... 4.75 Q 5.G5 Good to choice ieera 7,150 to 1.250 lb 5.00 5.65 Common to medium steers, 1,15 to L25C lbs 4 25 5 00 Good to choice steer. 900 to 1,100 lbs .. .. 4 25 4 75 Common to medium steers, 900 to 1,100 lba 3 Bo 3? 4 25 Choice feedld sreers, 900 to l,00f lbs 5 75 4 00 Good feediaie terfl- 8U9 to 1.000 lb 3 25 3 50 Medium fsedlas steer 700 to 900 lbs ' 2 75 3 25 Common to bast tuck ers .. r 2 25 3 00 HEIFERS Good to choice heifers ....4.00 4.50 Fair to medium heifers.... 3.50 3.75 Common light hefers .. 2.50 3.23 COWS Good to. choice cows .... 3.25 4.00 Fair to medium cows .. 3 00 3 25 Canners and cutters .. ' 1 25 2 85 Good to choice cows and asd calves SO 00050 09 Common to medium cow3 and calves ...... 20.00 30.00 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls 3.23 3.75 Fair to medium bulls .. 2.50 3.00 Common bulls 2.00fc 2.25 Common to best veal calves 4 50 7 00 Fair and good heavj- .. 2 50 6 00 Hogs. Bent beavl.. 110 . lbs and upward 6.35 6.50 Medium ani mixed. 190 lbs and upward 6.25 6.40 Good to choc Ibjhte 160 to 180 lbs .. .. 6.30 C.40 Common tr- good light 160 to 180 lbs .. .0 .. 6.20ft 6.30 Light pigs 5.00 5.73 Hest pigs 5.73 6.10 Light pigs 4.50 5.50 Roughs - 5.50 6 00 Bulk of sales 6.30 6.45 Sheep. Spring lambs 4.00 7.23 Good to choice yearlings. .5.00 5.50 Common to medium ,.4.234.75 Good to choice sheep.. ..4.00 4.50 Culls to medium 2.00 3.75 Stockers and feeders.. .. 2.00 4.00 i 1,1 MILTON. Milton, Ind., Dec. 4. (Spl.). Miss Rea Hoenig of Paris, 111., is at her aunt's, Mrs. J. L. Manlove, at Man love Park. Joseph W. Outland and family were at Greenfield Thursday. Mrs. Susan Callaway of Cambridge City, was at G. W. Callaway's Friday. Mrs. Mont Williams of Indianapolis was at Mrs. Mary Crawford's Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsay were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earhart of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. George Murley enter tained a family dinner party Thurs day. - Mrs. George Rothermel is not quite so well. Rev. Aaron Xapier is conducting a revival meeting at Friends church. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kemmer of Cambridge City were guests of Mrs. Hester Bennett and daughter Thurs day. ;. , Don Spangler of Connersville and Laurence Spangler of New Castle, vis ited their father, Adam Spangler, this week. G.'W. Callaway was at Connersville Saturday. The only "advertised" letter in the Milton postoffice is for Harry Wood. J. E. Ewers has accepted a position In Terre Haute High School and will move his family to that city during holidays. Mrs. J. E. Ewers is home from a vis it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Boggs at East Germantown. Harry Ward went to Connersville Saturday. Miss Maud Ball was at Connersville Saturday. John L. DuGraumt, Rural carrier on Route 16, is enjoying his first vacation for his more than five years faithful service. In all that time he has missed but one day except for illness His brother Frank DuGraumt. will serve the route during his well earned rest and recreation. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Callaway were at Richmond Monday. "And thou shalt call his name Je sus, for he shall save his people from their sins," was the text and "Salva tion by Faith." the subject of Rev. A. R. Jones sermon Sunday evening. Miss Nora Campbell was at Rich mond over Sunday at her sister's Mrs Winsett. Miss Nora Wagner was Miss Marie jBenner's guest Sunday. j The Misses Klute of Richmond were ; Mrs. Borton's visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Lantz entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their son Park, who was hnm e from T)a r. - , ,- n-.mo.e. -r. II. J Tl. Fw t,, Mrs. Alice . Gresh and Mi Xora Mann and Q CalIaway. Manjr 1,13 come from 'mpure b "an t have pure blood with faultjf di . , , gesiion, m&y iiver ana Slug: ! els. Burdock Blood Bitters j ens stomach, bowels purifies the blood, Artificial gas. the zisnr now-1 . jr. i sfength-1 and Uver, and j 20lhifjiturr fuel. J iQ-tf 1 CINCINNATI MARKETS (Publishers' Trs8l Cincinnati, Dec. 4. The quotations today follow: CATTLE. WEAVT STEERS Choice $ 5 33 5 50 Fair to good 4 60! 5 25 Oxen 2.00 4.23 BTJTOHTCR STEERS Extra .. 5.25 5.40 Good to choice 4 60 5 13 Common to fair .... . 2 75 4 50 HEIFERS Extra 4.25 Good to choice 3 63 4 15 Common to fair 2 00 3 60 COWS Extra - 3.75 3.S5 Common to fair 1.00 2.63 Canners 1.00 2.40 Stockers and feeders.. .. 1.73 4.40 BCLLS Thin and light 2.25 2.75 Bologna ....2 85 3 10 Extraa 3 15 3 25 Fat bulls 3 15 3 50 CALVES Common and large 3 25 6 50 Extra .. 7.50 Hog. Gocd. to choice packer? and butchers 6 30 6 35 Mixed packers 6 24 6 30 Common to choice hery fat sows 4 83 5 95 Light shippers 6.10 6.20 Stags 3.50 4.90 Pigs, 110 lbs. and less ..5 85 6 20 Sheep. Common to fair 2 00 3 90 Lambs. Common and fair 4 00 6 85 DECIDE YOURSELF. The Opporutnity is Here, Backed by Richmond Testimony. Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's state ment. Read Richmond endorsement. Read the statements of Ricnmond citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: Patrick Mitchell, ice man, of 412 North Fifth street, Richmond, Ind. says: "My wife thinks Doan's Kidney Pills a great remedy for backache and other pains that come from the kid neys. She was wealc and miserable for a long time with kidney trouble and suffered a great deal of pain in the back and in other parts of the body. She tried many remedies but did not find much benefit until she began u ing Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped her from the very beginning and she was soon cured. We both think a great deal 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 takeno other. NEW PARIS. New Paris, Dec. 4, (Spl.) Miss Elsie Boyle was the guest of Misses Mary and Martha White Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cail and chil dren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Reinheimer for Sunday din ner. Mr. and Mrs. Lurt Reid entertained for Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Arnold. Miss Mae Kuth w7as in Eaton Sat urday visiting her cousin Mrs. Ed. Dunlap, who has been ill for some time. Mrs. Marie Smelser of Paint Road attended church and Sunday school here Sunday. Miss Onal Cox of Eaton has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Jennie Saw yers. Miss Martha Wrhite visited the Campbell stown High school on Fri day. Mr. Charley Hawley is among the sictt. On last Thursday Mrs. Dr. Hawley entertained the following guests Mr. Frank Swerer of Columbus, Mrs. Em ma Swerer and son Herbert and Miss Edna Kerr of Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reid and family of Eaton. Mrs. Daniel Melling is quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Reid gave a dinner Thanksgiving to the following relatives Wm. Miller and family, Ed. R. Clark and family, Ed Reid and family, Will Clark and son Reid and Miss Irene Pis of Richmond. In the afternoon Joseph Miller and Mrs. Celeste Halderman were callers. Mr. and Mrs. James Reid and daughter Gladys of Detroit are visit ing relatives here. Mrs. Cyrus Jones who has been quite sick is improving nicely. Miss Carrie Reid made a business trip to Eaton Saturdaj. Miss Ada Young and her mother were in Eaton Saturday. All the township schools had school on Friday after Thanksgiving. ! Miss Edith Miller of Delaware was i home for a vacation. i Mrs. Frank Miller spent Monday in Richmond. : r Mrs. Cora Hunt of Richmond is In town visiting friends. Itching, torturing skin disfigure, annoy, drive Doan's Ointment 4 brings s. wild J rener and lasting cures. - Fifty s at any I drug store. Cse artificial ga; ilzht nd heat 10U emotion - one guic ejets at any sitgr CHICAGO MARKETS fPubltshers Pressl Chicago, Dec. 4. The beat mar ket opened steady despite liberal re ceipts in the Northwest. Elevator in terests were good buyers of the De cember option and there seemed to be little disposition to sell. The corn market was steady, chief ly because of the fact that local re ceipts were somewhat heavy under the previous estimates. The oats market was strong. The s provisions market was quiet and firm. CHESTER. Chester, Ind., Dec. 4. (Spl.) Rev. Brown will begin a protracted meeting at Chester M. E. church two weeks from last Sunda3-. Mrs. Will Jordan remains about the same. Paul Miller visited her sister at New Madison, Ohio, last week: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jordan return ed to Hagerstown Saturday. Ladies Aid Society were entertain ed by Mrs. Lee Fulghum Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lizzie Gist has returned to Richmond, after a very pleasam vis it at Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kerlin left for their home at Indianapolis Monday; Emma and Annie were at home for Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Josepph Marshall and son Perry, visited Grandmother Mar shall near New Paris, Thursday. Mrs. Harris of Irvington, has been visiting here. She was formerly Mlss Lydia Weisner, Chester being her old home. She is engaged in teaching in Irvington. Hezekiah Wefier of Wabash visit ed here last week. Mrs. Lizzie Wilson and Mrs. Wil liam Kendall wes. Thorntown Sun day to attend the funeral of Mary Kendall. Mr. and Mrs. David Coppic visited at Arba Saturday and Sunday. j James Frame, Mrs. Annie Fram and Miss Ettie Dunn, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Frame Thanksgiving. Eli Pickett is in very poor health. Will Drew Is sick with a complica tion of diseases. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook visited at Sam Drew's Sunday. Horace Kerlin returned to Earlham Monday, after a very pleasant visit here with his grandparents. Mr. Mrs. James Kerlin. Mrs. McNamin is able to be anl i out i again after her serious illness. Miss Rachel Iredell was the guest of Miss Mary Iredell this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Parker were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Sun day. Frank Berg and Laurence Estell saw iha nlv nt iTrtc Phillins rt Richmond Saturday evening. The Chester schools will give an entertainment and basket supper at the closa of school for Christma3 vaca tion. WHITEWATER. Whitewater, Ind., Dec. 4, (Spl.) Prof. C. C. Hyde of East German town was greeting friends here Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. John Richards and family entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker, Mr. and Mrs Carroie White and families. The Thanksgiving supper at the Christian church Thursday evening proved a success. A neat sum was realized. Misses Retta Marshall and Marim Woods are victims of the measles. The funeral of Mrs, Sarah Hender son of Lynn took place here Saturday at 10:30 a. m. at the Christian church. Master Ralph Saxton who has been sick for some time Is slowly improv ing. Mr. Ira Davidson made a business trip to Richmond Monday. Mr. Foster Curtis of Indiana Uni versity spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis and family. Mrs. ' Alice WTiite and son Cecil have returned from Iowa after a few weeks visit with relatives. Mr. Wesley Spencer has rented the Geo. Roberts farm where he Sow re sides. Mrs. Willie White of Richmond was the guest of her sister Mrs. Kate Townsend last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Blose left Tues day for Thayer, Kansas, where they will be the guests of relatives. Rev. Ruley of Fountain City occupi ed the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday. Mr. Erastus Stuttler has moved to his farm south of town which, he pur chased of Chas. H. Addleman. My heart and hand another claimed, His plea had come too late. It's ever thus writh people without pluck and vim. Take Rocky Mountain Tea, don't get left again. A. G. Luken & Co. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Notice is hereby given that s cationsfor supplies for Wayne ty Poor Farm, for the quarter ding the bids February 2S, 1907 are on ojBce of the Copnty Audito or the same "fill be ed up to : 0ecember 11 o ciock A. H. Saturd 15, 1905. Bids ceived under the following 1: m 1 pejfn Sun filjf in rnd 3T feadsi recedes; DryTHEX LET GO uoods: Fuel an rugs. C. E. WILEY. T. E. CLARK, JOHN F. DYNES. Commissioners of "Wayne Co. -It Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. i NEW YORK MARKETS f Publishers Prel New York. Dec. 4. Opening prices of stocks were higher than last night with few exceptions. The volume of dealings was small and price changes generally were narrow. Delaware & Hudson rose 2, Northern Pacific a point, and New York Central and Mex ican Central large fractions. Atch ison & Chesapeake & Ohio fell a point and American Express 2. An undertone of easiness prevailed in stocks despite the conspicuous strength shown by some of the import ant stocs. Both Atchison and Ches apeake & Ohio lost further ground, and the Pacifies and St. Paul were quoted slightly below yesterday's clos ing. The heavy demand for New York Central and the junior Vauder hilts ceased after the announcement of the dividend increases on Lake Shore & Michigan Central. Sugar displayed unusual activity, and was marked up 2. Long Island improv ed .4V2, and Denver 3 and Denver & Rio Grande 1. Smelting and Pacific Mail lost 114. See how what you have neard look In print and get a dollar for doing it Win the news "tip" prize. FIRE ALARM SIGNALS 340. BOX, ( jFin LOCATION rst District. South of Main, Wrest of Seventh Street 12 First, and South C, Piano Fac tory. 13 Second and South B. 14 Fourth and South D. 15 Fifth and South B. 16 Fifth and South H. 18 Seventh and South C 19 Seventh and South J. Second District. South of tMain, Between Seventh and EIeventh Streets. 21 Eighth and Main. 23 No. 4 Hose House, Ninth and South E. 24 Seventh and South G 25 Ninth and South A. 26 Tenth and South C. 27 Eleventh and Main. 2S Eleventh and South J. Third District. South of - Maic, East of Eleventh Street. 31 Twelfth and South B. 32 Twelfth and South E. 34 Fourteenth and Main. 3" Fourteenth and South C. 36 Eighteenth and South A. 37 Twentiethand Main. 3S Fifteenth jlind South A. Fourth District j North of Mainiwest of Tenth Street 1 . niv. o River. 41- -Third jt'nd Main, Robinson's Shop. . 42 Third andtNorth C. 43 City Building. . 44 Eighth and North C. 45 Gaar, Scott & Co. L6 No. 1 Hose House, North Eighth street. 47 Champion Mills. 48 Tenth and North I. 49 Ninth and .North E. 412 City Light Plant Fifth District. West Richmond and Fairview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. 51 West Third andiNational Road. 52 West Third andiKinsey. 53 West Third and sRandolph. 54 West First and Railroad. , 55 State and Boyer. ', 56 Grant and Ridge. 57 Hunt and Maple. 58 Grant and Sheridan. 59 Bridge Avenue, Paper Mill. 512 Earlham College. 4 13- Wrest Seventh and Peacock Road. -514 West Seventh and lain. 515 South West Second and Dv Sixth District. North of D, East of Tenth Street. 61 Railroad Shwps. 62 Hutton's Coffin Factory. 63 Hoosier Drill Works. 64 Wayne Works. J 65 City Mill Works 66 Fifteenth and Railroad. 67 Thirteenth and North II. Seventh District. Between Main and North. D Streets, East of Tenth Street. 7 Ninth and Norib A. 71 Eleventh and North B. 72 Fourteenth and North C. 73 No. 3 Hose House, East End. 74 Eighteenth and North C. 75 Twenty-Second and North E. Special Signals. 2- 2-2 Patrol CalL 1-2-1 Fire Out. 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. 3 Fire Pressure Off. 10-10-10 Natural Gas Off. 10 Natural Gas On. Instructions and Cautions. NEVER TAMPER WITH A FIRE ALARM BOX, unless you have posi tive knowledge there is a fire. Nearer send in aa alarm unless you certain the frre is nearest the box are" at. Never open an alarm box when you bear the bells on the Engine House striking an alarm. NEVER OPEN A BOX FOR A FIRE SEEN AT A DISTANCE. When you have positive knowledge I rvf a. firo sro at once to the bmr nparoct tne fire; break the glass in Key Box door: then unlock the Alarm Rot puLL DOWN HOOK ONCE, and I Unless the fire is plainly to be seen, remain at box itil the firemen arrive, and direct them where to 20. By order of Board of Public Works. EDGAR E- MILLER. ChieL Riclunoad, lad,, Nov. 1. I Are You Tired, Nervous and Sleepless? 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Every nottle of it bears upor its wrapper The 3adge of Honettu. in full list of all its several ingredients, or tho drujrgist to offer you smet hi nj? f; claims is "just as good is to insult ojftr InteliiRenve. Every ingredien entering into the world-famed "Goldn Medical Discovery" has the x:nanimoi!approval and endorse ment of, the leaune medical authorities of ail thr severas.choois of practice. No other mdicine ld through druggists for like purposes hs any such endorsement. The "jrkkie Medical Discovery" not only pnjduce all tho good effects to be obtained frgfn the use of Golden Seal root, in zl stomach, liver and bowel troublesla in dyspepsia, biliousness, con stipation! ulceration of stomach n-nd bowels and kindred ailments, but the Golden Jval root used in its compound ing is greatly enhanced in its curative ac tion by othr ingredients such as Stone root. Black Cherry-bark. Bioodroot, Man drake root, and chemically pure triple retined glycerine. "The Common Sense Medical Adviser," is sent freo in paper covers on receipt of l?l one-cent stamps to pay the cost of mail ing onlt. For 31 stamps the elmh-bound volume will bo pent. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y. Dr. Pierc "s Pleasant Pellets cure con etipation. biliousness and headache. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Notice is hereby given that specifi cations for supplies for). Wayne Coun ty, Indiana for' the fear ending De cember 31, 19Q7, are nw on file in the office of the Conniy Auditor of said County apd t'da ids for same wm ue reeeiva up tiii ociock a. M. on Saurd4', Decber 15, 1906. Bids to bi received un th follow- lng headjf BllnicvB Stationary GroVeVhs rinting; d Dry Goods. C E TIE. C J(IIIN 1 DI NES Conauissionew of Wayne Co 5-1 1 FOR SALE Elegant West Richmond rouble residence, new and stricjfy mod ern Ideal Location nojmng bet ter. Easily worth 4,800. If sold at once ownerAlLL SELL AT A BAGAIN.-his Is a rare chance td get FINE HOME and anlEXCLLANT GOOD INVESTflENjr at the right price, rfasy terms if desired. You betflpnnvestigate and make offer. Owner might take vacant lot as part aay. If you mean businecs address, P. O. Bex 200. Richmond. Indiana. Merchan Deliver Headquarters i IlifriC Store Phone? 723 $ 6 feet 7 inches JK Wisdom Is J ? In the upholsterjnrade. Every X inch Is at $ujj!ervlce. I make , ? and repair 0i afolstered furniture. My work Maks for itself. Rout, flerfurt. Jr., 315 S. 5th PHONE 1717 Write Fire and ance. W wi from $100 ' a. ROOM 16 i. O. O. F. BUILDING. cally ' nspolitan I Artistically ropoli In every d Is the IVIusic Weddi Furnls 9 d 1 chfflond excluilvely by ence W. Dcuhcr's Tet-rauq Concert Qqai New Buckwhejt and Backmeyir.?kraut and Country Sausage. Phone 292. HAD LEY BRQS Essence Pompadour! The Latest Pertfrtie rare In Fragranee, Dj&iclou. and Very Lastiig. fall and test It for YousejT. A pleasure to show ytT M. J. Qufglcy, SrUsc t t t . . sT t CABINET MA ANttTOEPAIRER. t Make voui,Id trftken furniture t I T 'BOM"B' , ; a a like nevf ,aiw make new if 4 m you waP mmm mmm mmm mmm m $At L0TT. . . j 'V ! 't J 9 South 6th. Phone 121 jfr lL-LyC- i FOETSALE. j Moore &cborn l tJ,', Momado Insur- I JU I ' ILtfond you. Loans t I ilece ....... A i JF .A- Maple J w a 1 : i ? T x I THE CHICAGO, CfllCniflATl & LOUISVIU'E R- R. (THE NEW WAY) Effective May 20th, EATJ BOOKTfc 9 06 . 0 T U A 4 40 M UK 10 10 la a. m. fwMU i r. so u in 10 a I M lo 46 e tt KM CeMrtrv Afiw trout lh fri CUxrlnnat r.j So eT TUch-Bncad . . 10 11 7 IS OS 1 4 A. 6 00 7 w MiiAA.-r..i.-... lrm Mrrt-...v.f...... hi 10 M at 11 w uea Peru. . i. Grtmui, ArrlT from tfc !;. tT Cfettgt..4. A- M. o r.: a w it Pri vrrl Richmond 00 OA 19 00j 4 01 r u 4 00f Dlly. n-fplHunUt. Ban6a? jy. a Hub l ,rinitii Uy xop b w.fa&. trfi from Ktebmoaa tnakor !m ifrltnth with Ormaa runk fnrOttett rwrivlnn cblcA2o7 p. i All t-tKunl'ln ivk. direct oono in At i'oi-1 k 4' "' rlJl II- U. tot xiord . H m. Ui tu ii .1 MrtrA.'oaiMctTM( And jUvl!lr. For furtbar irtritUoB rvKArtflBC tmt aa train uevhuc&put. mtkZ t. A BLAM. om Ptcne 44. I Paas. mt4 Tlctset At INDIANA, COLUMBUS & EASTERN TRACTION CD. TIME TABLE EFFECTIIE OCT. 15. 1906 A.M.J P.M. P.M.,H M. 8:00 9:C0, 11:00 8:20 9:37;11:20 8:30 9:45'.11:30 18:42 9:54(11:42 8:55i:o:04;il:5B 9:11J10:17 9:1510:19 19:55110:551 Richm'd I 6:C0 New West J6;20 New Hop laton 6:30 6:42 j6:55 West Ale Johnsvllle I7:11 N. Lebandh 7:15J y, Dayton Arl 17:551 1 All cars jiake connections at New Wostville fc Cedar Springs and New I'aai Connections at Dayton for Ilac ton. Cincinnati. Springfield. Columbun, Newark. Zaaesville, Lancaster, Circle ville, ChilllJothe, Delaware, Marlon, Xcnia, Troyl Piqua, Lima. Flndlay, Toledo, Sarilluslo., Cleveland. Detroit and many olher points. Limited clrs from D&yton to Sprlng lleJd every pour 7:S0 a. m. to 7. CO p. m. No exclss on Dayton Springfield Limited. 151) pounds of baggage check ed free. Tlfket office 28 S. 8th street Home Plono 269. MARTIN- SWISHER. Act. SUNDAY tXCURSIOH Jf 4, t Rif Vinond Monument Co. i '33 North Eighth St. A Richmond, Ind. at northwest corner of .j. in and West Seventh, streets. J- W. H. Bradbury & Son 4. 1.3 Westcott Block 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4-f 4 4 4 4 4 h. scon 1 CTMENTC t REAL ESTATE RENTALS LOANS and General Brokerage 707 Main St. RICHMOND, IND. t WR1. WAKING Pl;bter and Oas fittrf i f Bicycles and Sondries Phone 1482. 406 Main St. 1--H 4 4- ...RATES.... I VIA - 4 I Dayton & Western J Dvton and Return, - - f 1.00 " Eaton anA " rn, - - I 1 : ; Tickets at above price will be ald , every SuniayJSntil farther notice. r Xe 4 4 4 4 4444444444 t: i y 4 W ------ jm'