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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, December 28, 1906.
Provisions Llvo Stock, Grain ' ;; and Gtock Markets RICHMOND MARKETS Over the oyster beds in the East, particularly around' Chesapeake bay, weather during the last few days, has been a succession of storfs. Dredging has become almost impossible, and, as a result, oysters are scarcer than at any previous time this season. Local dealers have not been able to get in much more than 50 per cent, of their orders. As a result of this situation prices have been advanced 15c a gal lon on all stock. " Demand for oys ters continues nrnabated." Fish of all kinJds,1,firft.,fpllins well, with halibut and'Abitfiiirhe leaders. Prices of fish are unchanged. - Game Is in good demand, but. supply is small, particularly in such lines as mallards, and prices are correspondingly high. THE LOCAL MARKETS. (The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer. Main & Fourth streets, for preduca. veget ables and fruits. Thrs gives the farmers and gardeners the accurate cuotations for their products; also gives the merchants of the smaller towns the wholesale prices pa.d In Richmond on all fruits, etc., bought from Commission menJ Produce. Eggs . . .....28c doz. Dutter, (country table) .. .20c Butter, (packing stock).. .. ..14c lb. Chickens, (Spring) 10c lb. Chickens, (roosters).. . Cc lb. Turkeys . . .. ...12c Vegetables. Okra.. 30c lb. Carrotts. , 50c bu. Ducks . . .. , .. ..,10c String beans $2.00 bu. j Onions, (white) ..... '.. ..$1.00 bu. j Onions, (yellow) ... . . . .50c bu. j Cabbage .. ton Cauliflower (fancy) $1.50 doz. Egg Plants $2.00 doz. Beets .... . .f0c bu. Turnips, (wasoe.i) ,. .. .. ..50c bu. Sweet Potatoes .. .. .. ..$2.45 bbl. Mangoes (sweet) 45c box. Potatoes (Michigan) 40c Potatoes (Home grown) .. ..65c bu. Fruits. Apples, (picked coo&Ius varieties).. 50c bu. Grapes, (Concords) ...24c bas. Grapes. (Cal. Muscats) .. ..$2 crate Lemons, (Veredelias 300 s) $5.00 box. Oranges, (Velencias) 126 s) $2.65 box. Grapefruit .. .. ..... ..$3.00 box WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Richmond Roller Mills.) Wheat ....73c New corn, per bushel .......... 35c Old corn, per bu 40c Oats per bu .... .. 30c Rye ...60c WAGON MARKET. . Paid by H. J. Ridge A 8on. Timothy Hay. Corn .. ....3340 Baled ..' $16 Loose .. .. . .. $14 Mixed Baled ...12 13 Oats 32c Miscellaneous. Straw, bailed .. .. .. ....... $6 Choice butcher steers ,.$4.00 4.25 CIOVEI. SEED . (Paid by Wm.Hill Ac Co.) Clover Seed. Little Red or Big En glish, per bushel ... .-56.00 to$7.00 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbatair.) Cattle. ' Choice butcher steers ..$4.00 4.35 Bulls . .... 2.50 3.00 Cows, common to good ..$2,000' 3.00 Calves 6.C0 6.50 Hogs. Ifogs heavy select packers 5.S5 6.00 Hogs. 350 lbs, common and rough..' .'. ..5.75 5.S5 Hogs 200 to 250 lbs.aver 6.10 6.25 After a hravy meal, take a couple tf Doan's Regmlets, ana ' give your stomach, liver and bowels the help they will need. Regulets bring easy, regular passages of the bowels. DO a , , a a a a n a a n a a a a a ca a a a a That's the title of a land-Frisco Lines. We want a copy of it in the country. It tells of a reqion unparalleled in its possibilities for making recently opened up by the building of the St. puis, Brownsville & Mexi cq Railway. ' You have heard of ether sections that are or wer favorable for such purposes, but you have never heard of the like of Southern Texas MARK THESE WORDS.. The book will tell you made. Are you interested? If you will qive me your book and full particulars. introduced, if you desire, talk and of whom you can Coast of Texas. Write me today. - JOEN SEBASTIAN, Pscnjjcf Traffic Mtfr- ROCIX nSEAFIID-iriRESCO ILHFJIES. CHicanc or St. lLouis J3 n i . THE PALLADIUM MARKET REPORTS ARE THE LAJEST AND ARE ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE. NO NEWSPAPERS IN INDIANA, THOSE OF INDIANAPOLIS NOT EXCEPTED, GIVE MORE COMPLHTB MARKET REPORTS THAN THE PALLADIUM. lHDIAllAPQLIS MARKETS Publishers TTess.J Indianapolis. Dec. 27. Today's quo tations were as follows: STEERS Good to choice steers 1,300 lbs and upward . 5.65 6.50 Common to medium eteers. 1,200 lbs. and upward .... Good to choice teers 4.75 .4.75 .4.25 0.50 .275 .3.50 .3.00?? .2.50 5.65 rr !r 4.75 4.G5 4.15 4.25 S.75 3.40 1,150 to 1.250 lbs . Common to ' medium steers, 2,150 to 1,2 lbs Good to chol.je steers. 9C0 to 1,000 lbs Common to medinm steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs Choice feeding steers, 400 to 1,100 lbs. Good feeding tsrs; aw to 1.000 lbs Medium feedics ateers 700 to 900 lb3 Common tit fcwst steefc- ers .. . HfciFERB Good to choice heifers ....4.00 4.50 Fair to medium heifers.... 3.50 3.75 Common light hefers 2.50 3.25 COWS- Good to choice cows Fair to medium cows Canners and cutters 3.25 .4.00 3 00 3 25 1 25 2 85 Good to choice cows aad and calve .. SO 00 50 00 Common to medium cows and calves ...... 20.0030.00 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls .... 3.25 3.75 3.00 2 25 7.50 6.50 Fair to medium bulls .. 2.50 Common bulls 2.00 calves 5.00 Fair and good heavy , . rtoas. Best hear!" ' 710 lbs .00 and upward ,. 6.40 6.55 Medium uA mixed. 190 lbs and upward .6.30 Good to cboca lights 6.4: 130 to 150 lbs 6.35 6 .42 Common tr good lights 160 to 180 lbs 6.25 Best pigs 5.75 Light pigs ....5.00 Roughs 5.50 Bulk of sales.. ..6.25 Bulk of sales.. .-. f 6.35 Shet. 6.30 6.30 5.50 6 00 6.35 6.45 Spring Iambs. . . ..4.00 7.00 5.50 Good to choice yea lings.. 5.00 Common to medium ..4.254.75 ..4.00 4.50 ..2.00 3.75 . 2.50 4.00 Good to choice she Culls to medium.. Stockers and feedffrs NOTICE State of OF APPOINTMENT. Indiana! Wayne County, SS. Notice is hereby f$ ven that the un- dersigned has been tppointed admin- istrator of the ostat of Amos Shinn, deceased, late ofVttjuyne County, In- solvent. WALTER J. DOAN. Administrator, A. M. GARDNER, Atty. 2S-4-11 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. State of Indiana, Wayne County, SS. Notice is hereby given that the ur dersigned has dulyl qualified as ex ecutor of the lastwfil and testament of Allen H. ThornaY deceased, lat of Wayne County, Indiana. Said es tate is supposed to be solvent. MILTON HODGIN, lcecutor, A. M. GARDNER, Atty. .2S-4 11 Judge Fox Improved. Judge Fox was reported yesterday as being much improved. He expects to be able to attend court next Mon day. K Pallad'um Want Ads Pay. new eighty-page illustrated book IF YIEZZAm to reach the hands of every invest something about it and a trip address I will oromDUr ccrresoond, sending you the By special arrangement you will also be personally to FARMERS WHO ARE IV0W THERE to whom you can learn all about that new, marvelous country the Gulf - - (Address me at city nearest you.) CltlCKHIATI MARKETS f Publishers' Pressl , Cincinnati, Dec. 27. The quota tions today were as follows: CATTLE HEAVY STEERS Choice .. ..$ 5.30 5.50 Fair to good 4.60 5.25 Oxen ..2.00 4.25 nTJTCHER STEERS Extra.. .. ... .. .; 5.35 Good to choice .. ....... 4.60 525 Common to fair .. .. .. 2.75 4.50 tiEIFERS Extra .. 4.35 4.75 Good to choice .. .. .. 3.85 4.25 Common to fair 2.00 ZA5 COWS Extra 3.75 4.00 Common to fair .. .. .. .. 1.00 "2.75 Canners ..1.00. 2.40 Stockers and feeders .. ..1.75 4.50 BCLLfc Thin and light .. .. ....2.25 2-65 Bologna 2.75 3.25 Fat bulls. ; .. 3.25 3.65 calves Common and large ..' ..3.00 6.75 Extra 7.75 Hogs. Good to chnlce packer? and butchers ......... 6.40 6.55 Mixed packers 6:30 6.45 I"?..".!,':.! to choice heavy fat sows 5.00 6.15 Light Shippers .... .. ..6.20 6.30 Stags ..3.75 5.00 Pigs, 110 lbs and less.. ..6.00 6.25 Pigs, 110 lbs and less ..5.85 6.25 Sheep. Common to fair ..2.00 4.15 i..amta. Common and far. . .. ..4.25 7.15 FOUNTAIN CITY. Fountain City, Ind., Dec. 27 (SpL) The Methodist church gave their Christmas exercises last Sunday even ing at the church to a full house and had an excellent program. The choir sang several beautiful selections for the occasion. Mrs. Carroll is still suffering from a paralytic stroke which she had a fe wdays ago, it effecting her right side. Miss Emma Hough of Logansport, Ind., is spending the holidays f with Tom Hough and other relatives. , . Mrs. Irvan Johnson and two sons of Richmond, spent Xmas with Chas. Birdsell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Charles and family entertained Christmas Miss Eva Charles of Earlham and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Charles. Will Reece has purchased a new pi ano. Miss Turey Moorman of Cambridge City Is here visiting relatives. Air. and Mrs. Charley Williams of Kentucky, are here visiting Dan Wil liams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Williams west of here gave a turkey, dinner Christ mas for all of their children and fam ilies. Miss Daisy Dunham entertained Miss Cora Reynolds Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams of Mun cie, who spent a few days Here visiting their folks, have returned home. New Garden had their Xmas exer cises Monday evening, having a good program. More "orange blossoms" will soon bloom in this vicinity. The Friends' church will give a so cial picnic Thursday evening in Sam Williams' building. Oil Pickett's brother of Spiceland, has been here visiting. Miss Eva Charles of Earlham re turned Thursday after a short visit with her parents. Rev. Luke Woodard and daughter, Mrs. Alice Perviance will leave Sat urday for West Grove, Ind., where they will commence a series of revival meetings. ; P V a c D D n D D D a a a just blished by Rock is and home-seeker Kome - getting and fortune- of inspection is cheaply O d DDDDDnBDDDDG cm CHICAGO MARKETS Publishers' Press MARKET SUMMARY. Chicago, Vec. 27. The wheat mar ket was quiet but strong on a fair demand for commission houses. The corn market was quiet and firm.' The oats market was active and firm. The provisions market, opened easy but rallied on buying by shorts and packers. (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.) OPEN. CLO. Wheat. Dec.. .. .. .. ..73 7414 May.. .. .. .... 77 7SV4 July. 77 Ya 77 Corn. Dec,. . 41 41 May .4314 43 July 43 44 Oats. Dec 32 34 May 35 36 July 33 33 Pork. Jan .... ....15.95 16.22 May . , .. .. 16.52 16.77 Lard. Dec ..9.02 9.22 Jan .. .. .. ..9.10 9.25 May .9.25 9.42 GREENSFORK. Greensfork, Dec. 27, (Spl.) Orville Hoover and wife spent Xmas with John King and family near Center ville. Robert Roller and Harry Buntin of Richmond spent Xmas here with relatives. Miss Blanche Kerr, May and Net tie Lamb spent Monday in Rich mond. Mrs. Perry Russel of New Madison O., spent a few days with Oliver Cook and wife. Mrs. Lucy Jewiss of Richmond is spending a few days with George Nicholson and wife. William Fox of New Castle spent Monday with his brother Linus Fox who is in acritical condition. Mrs. Laura Roher of Hagertsown spent Xmas with Charles Smith and wife. Alias Study, and family of Wil liamsburg spent Xmas with Tom Gun ckel and family. Thomas Tarkleson and fariNJy spent Christmas at New" Castle with relatives. Miss Nellie Lamb returned home from Terre Haute to spend her vaca tion with her mother, Mrs. Emma Lamb. Mrs. Alice Bousman is spending a few days at Richmond with her daughter. George Robinson aid wife spent Christmas at Richmond. A. H. Gunckel and family spent Christmas at Williamsburg with Fred Gunckel and family. Herman Foster of Carthage Is spending the holidays with his grand ma, Mrs. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Florence Hoover spent Christmas at Whitewater. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Moore spent Xmas at Modoc. Miss Clarice Foster and Miss May Ellis of Richmond spent Christmas with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rose Rudical of Mar ion spent a few days with Isaac Gause and family. Mrs. A. L. Kenzle and son Kenneth is visiting a few days with their par ents at Dayton. Isaac Davis, of Oregon, a former res ident of Greensfork, has returned for a visit to friends and relatives. Messrs. Harry Bunton, Harry Hat field, Rob Roller and Jesse Bond of Richmond .spent the holidays with old friends at home. Miss Mustard of Richmond is spend ingt a few days, the guest of Miss Stel la Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lane of Ver sailles, Ind., are visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. L. J. Murdoc. The entertainment at the Friends' church on Xmas eve, was well attend ed, and many hearts were made glad by the distribution of the many pres ents. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Har ry Newman, Is on the sick list with pneumonia. Quite a number of our citizens were in Richmond Monday ' doing Xmas shopping. A Mr. Bell of Missouri, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. John Brooks, east of town. Linus Fox continues in a very fee ble condition. Merritt Ridge of Richmond, came over Wednesday to spend a few days with old friends. D. D. Doyle of Camden O., . came home Wednesday eve. . Mr. and Mrs. Will Togue of Hagers town, were in town Christmas. Master Jean Gaylor has about re covered from the grippe. Many His come Trom 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.. NOTICE. On and after January 1, 1907 the firm of Thos, S. Pyle, Whitewater, Ind., will be conducted underlie firm name of The Pyle Meraftile Co., Cleveland D. Ibie having taken an in- terest in the friends for t rm. ThankJhg my many eir past patronage, we will earnest! endeavorf to merit your liberal suppo t in the future, by keeD- ing on hand merchandise moce complete line of t jfzht prices. " 26-7t Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond HEW yOfiK MARKETS New York, December 27. Prices of stocks rose buoyantly on a moderate volume of opening dealings, the trans continental railroads leadinig the movement, London sent wide advances in the quotations for American stocks on the resumption of business after the holiday and this helped the ad vance here. Great Northern preferr ed rose 514, Northern Pacific 4, Cana dian Pacific 2, Union Pacific & St. Paul 1, Great Northern. Ore Certifi cates, 14 and Reading 1. There were also advances in Pittsburg Coal preferred of 24, Smelting 1, Ana conda 14. Republic Steel and Kansas City Southern preferred 1, and South ern Pacific, Manhattan, Amalgamated Copper and American Ice large frac tions. Th demand for high grade stocks continued urgent despite the stronger tone in the call money market. The general railroad list was extensively bought, particularly the Harriman and Hill roperties. Reading made the best showing of the Eastern division, and several industrials also became prominent. Northern Pacific increas ed its rise to 5, Northwestern 4, Reading and General Electric 3, Un ion Pacific 2, St. Paul 2, New York Central and Louisville & Nashville 14, Atchison, Atlantic Coast Line, Col orado Fuel Vz, People's Gas 1 and Erie, Amalgamated Copper, Brooklyn Transit and Distillers Securities, 1. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN. Learn the Cause of Daily Woes and End Them. When the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture. When night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in. Women's lot is a weary one. There is a way to escape these woes. Doan's Kidney Pills cure such ills. Have cured women hero in Rich mond. This is one Richmond woman's tes timony. Mrs. Frances Hamilton, of 27 North Ninth street, Richmond, Ind., says: "I was induced to try Doan's Kidney Pills by my sister who has used them and had been cured of kidney trou ble. I was having severe backaches and pains in the loins and shoulders, and at times it was very severe. I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store and be gan using them. I took only two box es in all and was entirely freed from my aches and pains, and have never had a return of my trouble since, al though It was several years ago that I used them. My sister and I both recommended them tot other kidney 1 sufferers." J For sale b yall dealers. Price 5(r cents. Foster-Milbum Co. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Ujslted States. Remember the name DoaiTs and take no other. V Artificial gas, the 1 'Century fuel 10-tf Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Sherer have turned from Indianapolis where spent Christmas with friendsr and relatives. 1 1 Essence idour ! The Latest jme rare In Fragranc ilictous and Very Lastin Xall and test It for Your A pleasure to show you M. J Quigley, yx&SST. Round TripTour- 1 ist Tickets to all Florida Points Via Chicago, Cincinnati isville Railroad. & Lou- Jacksonville .... St. Augustine .. . Miami Braidentown .. .. .$36 45 . 38.95 . 58.45 . 50.55 . 48.45 Malibar .. .. Melbourne L 43.05 Ormond .... Daytons .. .. Palm Beach'., Nassau-.. Porfc'Tampa .. Key West . . . 42.6a 43.C5 54.95 84.45 49.55 63.55 73 50 f 1 avana, Cuba The above tickets are good far returning until June 1st, 07. Route C. C. & i Cincinnati "Queen & Crescent" or.L. & N. r."r. - '" Can make reservations at any time. For further particulars call C. A. BLAIR, Home Telephone No. 44. QtU' M T3 jruey ,777. Pom as 1 4. oi 0. I f FIRE ALARM SIGNALS MO. BOX. LOCATION First District. Bouth of Main, Wes of Seventh Street 12 First and South C. Piano Fac tory. 13 Second aad South . B. 14 Fourth and South D. 15 Fifth and South B. 16 Fifth and South H. 18 Seventh and South C. 19 Seventhjand South J. Second District. South of Main Between Seventh and Eleventh Streets. 21 Eighth and Main. 23 No. 4 Hose House, Ninth and South E. 24 Seventh and South G. 25 Ninth and South A. 26 Tenth and South C. 27 Eleventh and Main. 2S Eleventh and South J. Third District. South of Maiu, f East of Eleventh street. 31 Twelfth ami South B. 32 Twelfth am South E. 34 Fourteenth land Main. 35 Fourteenth knd South C. 36 Eighteenth and South A. 37 Twentieth and Main. 38 Fifteenth aid Soutn A. Fourth! District. North of Main, West of Tenth Street to River. 41 Third an Main, Robinson's Shop. I 42 Third and North C 43 City Building. 44 Eighth and North C. 45 Gaar, Scott & Co. 46 No. 1 Hose House, North Eighth btreet. 47 Champion Mill$. 48 Tenth and North I. 49 Ninth and North E. 412 City Light Plaft Fifth District. West Richmond ind Fairview. 5 West Third and Chestnut. 51 West Third arid National Road. 52 West Third and Kinsey. 53 West Third ana Randolph. 54 West First and. Railroad. 55 State and Boyqr. 56 Grant and Rige. 57 Hunt and Maple. 58 Grant and Sher 59 Bridge Avenue, dan. Paper Mill. 512 Earlham College 513 West Seventi and Peacock Road. J 514 West Seventh fend Main. 515 South West Second and D. Sixth District. North of D, East of Tenth Street. 61 Railroad Shops. 62 Hutton's Coffin Factory. 63 Hoosier DriU Works. 64 Wayne Works. 65 City Mill Works . ' 66 Fifteenth and Railroad. 67 Thirteenth! and North II. Seventh District. Between Main aid North D Streets. East of Tenth Street. 7 Ninth andNorth A. 71 Eleventh and North B. 72 Fourteenth "and North C. 73 No. 3 Hose louse. East End. 74 Eighteenth aid North C. 75 Twenty-Secoad and North E. Special signals. 2- 2-2 Patrol Call. 1-2-1 Fire Out.f 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. 3 Fire Pressure Off. 10-10-10 Natural das Off.. s 10 Natural Gas On.. Instructions 'and Cautions. NEVER TAMPER WITH A FIRE ALARM BOX, uness you have posi tive knowledge thre is a fire. Never send in ah alarm unless you 4re certain the fir is nearest the box you are aL Never open an ajarm box when you hear the bells onl the Engine House striking an alarm. NEVER OPEN A BOX FOR A FIRE SEEN AT A DISTANCE. Whear-you have positive knowledge of are, go at once to the box nearest tMe fire; break the glass in Key Box door: then unlock the Alarm Box. PULL DOW?f HOOK ONCE, and THEN LET pO. Unless the Are Is plainly to be keen, remain at box until the firemen artJve, and direct them where to go. By order of Bbard of Public Works. EDGAR" E. MILLER. Chief. Richmond. In4. Nov. 1. 1906. 1 Chrispas and New Year's Hoi- idayRates Chicago, Cincinnati & Louis ville R. R. Co. One and one-third fare for the round trip, selling dates. Dec. 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th and id, 23fd, Z4th, 25th and th, 31st 1906, and Jan. 7. I Final return limit 29th, 30th, 1st, 1907. I January 2nd, 1907. For particulars, asK culars, as! ..I.C' A. P & Tlcl BLAIR, Ticket Aaent. H Home Fone44. H. R. DOWNING &. SON .. UNDERTAKERS 18 N.Wth St., Richmond, Ind. Both Phonos 75 - A sleasant evlnin? can be j spent fn either POOL 0 BILLIARDS at Cavanangh & Emmons y Cigar Store, See how wnat you have neard looks In print and get a dollar for doing It Win the news "tip" prize- Va. 73 THE CHICAGO, CIIICHIIIAT1 & LOUISVILLE R. R. (THE NEW WAV) Effective May 20th, EASTj BOUHTfc i A. m. r.rn.m . L T fUfhmond. 0 Oft 4 00 TM - Cot t Oro ..... 44 0 M irrlT OioclanaU- j 11 W 10 10 It Arrive from the Ems. a. k. tvM. 1 t.m Imt Cincinnati. I 8 40 4 b (W " OottaGrov 10 10 IN 1U Arrive Klcbmoud..! 10 45 0 68 IM WKBt BOUND. f LiMv Richmond .4. Mancle. ........... xrtT Marion..... j tna. ...... ....... Ortiatn ...1 Cht'MO 10 48 11 67 U 63 1 4S k. 600 It It 861 10 l lIOK utrt 1 ArrtVM from ttyb Wfc. Lev Ch!oagjf.. ....... Ivoat Peru....!........., Arrive Hichruond.. a-h. 8 Sua 1 n 1 naf s 00 OA 4 41 r Dally. IP xcptRuaaa. Bona? onJy. a Ran to urtmui a ally mmbI Sunday. I Tha lj.4t ant. train from fUnhmoad saakar direct connection at OrlrBta wtt Ufaaj Trunk for Cnteafu, arriving Caloaga 7 p. aa. . ft H -itT Itnliiaiti Irnrt nnnBfD tlona at Cot Lag 4 urot wlUt C. U. pTfet Oxford. U a all un. LI b r tj .Connarartna and KuahvlUa. i For further Informal! raanraima rata aad train eoanaottona. C A. BLA1B. e 4i . Paa aad Ticket A 1VI oofc G Ocbor n Ire and Tornado Insur ance We will bond you. Loans frfcrfi $100 to $2,500. Phone Home 1589, Bell 53 R. ROOM 16 I. O. O. F. BUILDING. a a a ' a aaa a .WAKING and Gas flttfr licvclfs and Sundries Phon 1482. 4QS Main Ot. 'J sj 8 4- f rable West Sida rea . laence yat norm west corner 01 . f uhnjCni West Seventh streets. 4 W. H. Bradbury A Son 4. Hr . 1-3 Westoott Block ' 4- 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. .4. 4. 4, pGio II. scon I INVEST MCpYo t nEALGCTATC t JEWTALC S LOANO and Cnral Drokarag 707 Main Ot. RICHMOND, IND. 2: T MAKER -AND REPAIRER. Make yur old broken furniture 11 I' likenew .and make new If want it. S. A. LOTTa 0 8outh 6th. Phone 1219 Hov Delicious That HOT CHOCOLATE fs at GlreekCandy Store. IVs just like all their Chocolate Candies -, Trey are so good ! IS WORHO 29 Main Ct. "a- j. Richcond Honunent Co. t j 7 I Phone 1467 j Richmond, Ind. Z 1 t it i t m t Robe Hcrfurt, Jr, i UP OLGTERIrG i lath and Main PHONE 117 t 1? i Palladium Vanl Ads Pay. - - . 1 Karat M X T Very desl jsr CABIE 1 T 5