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The Richmond Palladium, Salurcfay, February 23, 1907. RICHMOND MARKETS Ejrgs erropped five cenrs on fhe floz n' Thursday, but according to 1 the statements of a grocer they -will again raise if the cold weather continues during the week. The egg market at the present time is governed largely by the weather. ., During the cold weather egg packers get a good price for their products, but as soon aa warm weather begins, or even shows the slightest sign of remaining several days, these packers rush their prod ucts upon the market hoping to re trench before they are obliged to sell hea vily at low prices during the warm er months, when hens are laying In plentiful quantities. The wholesale price for good country eggs at the present time Is 20 cents per dozen, while storage eggs are selling for 18 f cents. The supply of packed eggs is ; large and although the prices are high! all varieties of the hen fruit are selling briskly. THE LOCAL. MARKETS. (The prices quoted below are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer. Main e Fourth streets, for produce, veget able and fruits. Thrs gives the farmers and gardeners the accurate Quotations for their products; also gives the merchants mf the smaller towns the wholesale prices pad In Richmond on al! fruits, etc., bough) from Commission wJ Butter. Butter, (extra creamery) Butter, (fancy country) Butter, (packing stock) . Eggs. 34 fi m UKs 1" f"ggs, (fresh country) 20c; Eggs, (storage Aprils) 18c Poultry. Chickens, (frys) 30c each Chickens, (old hens) .. .. ..10c lb. Chickens, (roosters) 25c each. Turkeys, (live) Geese, (live) Ducks, (live) .. Fruits. Lemons, (Cal.) .12c lb. .6c lb. ,8c lb. Oranges, (Floridas all sizes) ...... $2.50 box. Cranberries, (fancy Howes) , .. .. .. $S.50 bbl. Cranberries, (Pride of Cod) .. . . .. .. .. ..15 bbl. Apples, (fancy cooking varieties).. $2 bbl. Apples, (greenings) .. ..$2.50 bbl. Apples, (Baldwins) $2.50 bbl. Apples, (Northern Sp7S)..$3M) bbl. Apples, (Kings) $3.75 bbl. Apples, (Grimes Golden) $4 bbl. Apples, (Belleflowers, extras.) box. ... $1.25 Apples, (Jonathans, extras $5 bbl. ' Grape fruit, (Florida fancy) box... .. .$3.50. Malaga grapes $S .50. Tangerines, (Floridas) - $2. Chestnuts, (Italian) ...... 514c lb. .. Vegetables. Tomatoes, per crate .. .. .. $3.50 Rhubarb .- .. 75c doz. Strawberries, per crate .$2.75 Endive lettuce, per doz 70c. Leeks, per doz. .. 2530c. Carrots, new, per doz. .... . . 60c. Beets, new per doz. bunches . . 50c. Turnips, new, per doz.. bunches, 60c. Spinach, per doz. bunches, 50 55c. Radishes, hot house, per doz... 60c. Cucumbers, hot house, per ioz. $1 50 !3halIots, per doz. bunches 55c. Lettuce, leaf, per case ....40 45c. Lettuce, head, per box... $1.00. Cabbage, red. per bbl. .$2.50. Cabbage, Holland seed, extra fancy per bbl.. .. ..$1.15. Beets, per sack, .. .. . 75c. Beets, per bbl. .. .. .. .. ..$1.45. Carrots, per sack.. .. .. .. -r.75c. Carrots, per bbl.... .. . . ..$1.35. Turnips, white, per sack 75c. Turnips, white, per bbl $1.50. Parsnips, washed, per sack ....75c. Fersnips, per bbl .. $150. Squash, Hubbard, per bbl. .. .$1.50. Garlic In baskets, per lb. .. .. 12c. Oyster plant, per doz 55c. Parsley, per doz.'. ". . .'. ..3035c. Rutabagas, Canadian, In sacks, per bushel.. .. .. 40c. Horse radish, root, per bunch.. 85c. 'lorse radish, root, per bbl.. $5.75. WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Rrchmord Roller Mills.) tVheat 75c. Corn .. .. .. .. .. 4. 40c. Oats, per bu 35c. lye ..60c WAGON MARKET. (Paid by H. J. Ridge & Son.) Timothy Hay. Baled .. .. ...... $1G Loose .. .... ..' $14 MISed Baled .... .. .. ....12 13 Miscellaneous. Straw, bailed .. . $6.00 7.00 Corn 4045c CIOVEC SEED (Paid by John H. Runge &. Co.) Clover Seed. Little Red or Bis En glish, per bu, (cleaned) $7.25 7.50 l'lmotby seed $2.05 2.10 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK. (Paid by Richmond Abbstair.) Cattis. Choice butcher steers .... 4.50 4.75 Bulls 3.00 3.50 Cows, common to good ..2.75 3.75 Calves 6.50 7.00 Hogs. Hogs, heavy select packers6.75 6.S0 Hogs, 350 lbs, common and rough 6.50 6.60 Hogs,-200 to 250 lbs aver 6.75 6.S0 The cigarette output of 4,36S,729,015 In the calendar year of 1906 must have come as a surprise to the bulk of the trade, but more stunning yet its in crease In one year of $42,240,452, an Increase by nearly three hundred mil lions larger than the increase of our cigar industry during the same year. This jump is the more remarkable In me lace ot tne pronounced and un- relenting hostility of a half dozen j state legislatures which have ostra-! cized not only the also the handling and consumption cigarettes within the confines of their respective territories. United States Tobacco Journal. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tta Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the f sSSf-- Signature of lia&xZcUcLc4J uuu nave osira- ( - ---- manufacture. butjsuch as nitric acic nd consumption ot ? compound ammo IMDIM1AP0LIS MARKETS rruMishers tress-l Indianapolis, Feb. 22. Todars q no tations were as follows: STEERS Good to choice steers ,1,300 lbs and upward $ 5-50 6.50 Common to medium . steers 1,300 lbs and upward . Good to choice steers " 1,150 to 1,250 lbs ., Common to medium steers, 1,150 to 14C Iba Good to choice steers 900 to 1,000 lbs Common to medium steers 900 to 1000 lbs.. Choice feeding steers ,.5.25 5.75 . 5.00 5.60 4.75(3 5.25 4.50 5.00 4.25 4.50 steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs Good feeding steers, 800 4.25 4.50 . - to 1,000 lbs .. Medium feeding steers 700 to 900 lbs 4.00 3.50 VOOi Common to best stock- . ers 2.75 3.75 HEIFERS Good to choice heifers .. Fair to medium heifers Common light heifers . . to choice cows Fair to medium cows , Canners and cutters .... 4.25 5.00 ..3.75 4.00 . .2.75 3.50 3.50 4.C0 3.25 3.40 1.50 3.35 Good to choice cows and Ksd calves SO 00350 00 Common to medium cows and calves 20.0O30.00 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls 3.75 4.35 Falr to - medium bulls, ...3.25 3.50 Common bulls 2.50 3.00 Fair and good heavy .. ..3.00 7.00 Hogs. Best heavies 210 lbs. and upward 7.10 7.25 Medium and - mixed. 190 lbs and upward 7.157.32' Good to choice lights. 160 to 180 lbs 7.057.17 Common to good lights, 130 to 150 lbs 7.00 7.05 to 150 lbs ..6.S5 7.00 Best pigs .. 6.25 6.75 Light pigs 5.50 6.00 6.00 6.60 7.10H: 7.25 Roughs . . . . Bulk of sales Sheep Spring lambs Spring iambs .. .. . 5.00 7.25 5.00 7.50 Good to choice yearlings ..5.50 6.00 Common to medium.. .. 4.75 5.50 Good to choice sheep ... 4.50 5.25 Culls to medium 2.50 4.25 Stockers and feeders .. 2.50 4.00 GREENSFORK. Greensfork, Ind., Feb. 22. (Spl.) William Clark, of Jacksonburg, a poul try buyer for the D. W. Harris and Co. firm of Greensfork, last week made a record deals in his line of produce. He purchased 1,526 chickens which have a total weight of 9,160 pounds, for which ho received $8S6.46. He hnnehf Iflfl rtf a farmer hat waicr'hati i 630 pounds, a very largo weight for I that number. The proud Shortridge high school basket ball team of Indianapolis was defeated in an exciting game yester day afternoon, by the score of 42 to 24. The Shortridge lads played a fair game, but were outclassed, and were defeated as the result of the superior team work of the locals, follows. The lineup Shortridge. O Haver . . Drummond Freland ... Donaldson , Position. Greensfork . Center Ridge . Forward Ellis . Forward . . .Nicholson . Guard ....Wise, Bish Jefferys ...... Guard ....... Sheffer The second game of basket ball be tween the Greensfork and Shortridge high school teams was played last night, and resulted in a score of 85 to 12 in favor of Greensfork. The alleg ed Shortdidge team played' in very poor form and was easily defeated. FOUNTAIN CITY. Fountain City, Feb., 22, (Spl.) A crippled stranger walking on his hands and only thirty-six inches high gave a splendid lecture at the Wesle- yan church last Tuesday evening. His subject was "Prison Life" in which he dealt with the modes of treatment accorded prisoners. Mrs. Louis Shick is visiting In Day ton for a few days. Revival services at the Union Gos pel mission at the corner of Eighth and Main streets begin today. Evan gelist DeCamp of Cincinnati will con duct the meetings. Yeserday was a gala day for the ladies of the Maccabees of this city and visiting members of the order. A large class was initiated. Every body was delighted with the ditualis tic work, which was executed by the Francis hive of Indianapolis in a very pretty and artistic manner. In the evening the officers of the Rich mond hive wese installed publicly. Sarah M. Elliott, deputy state com mander acted as installing officer and preformed her work in a very credi table manner, proving her to be ac complished In her work. Many good talks were given by the visiting mem bers. Sarah M. Elliott, who Is working in the interest of the Lady Maccabees in this city will visit her mother and daughter at Columbia City over Sun day. Sir William Crookes has discovered how to get nitric acid from the air, but the discovery has long been looked for. "I have before me," writes a corre spondent of the London Chronicle, "a mam,al of rhemistry in which I find a U1U-' 01 nitrogen ana us compounds d and the so called ammonias. whoever. says the inspired chemist, 'succeeds in producing those bodies in abundance from the nitrogen of the atmosphere without the nse of organic materials will cot only amass a princely fortune j but must rank as one of the greatest benefactors of the human race, inas-j much 89 such a discovery would open np an almost Infinite supply of matter for tne fertilisation of the land." If In need of a hog, sheep or cattle dipping taak. write before buying to I the National Medical Co., Sheldon. LlJ CINCINNATI MARKETS Publishers Press. Cincinnati, Feb., 22. Today's quota tions were as follows: CATTLE. HEAVY STEERS Choice .. ...... .. '. Fair to good Oxen BUTCHER STEERS Extra Good to choice .. .. . Common to fair .. .. .. HEIFERS Extra .... .. Good to choice .. .. .. Common to fair .. .. .. COWS V 5.60 3 4.65 .2.50 5.75 5.5U 4.50 . .5.40 .4.75 ..3.40 5.65 5.35 4:63 ..4.85 5.00 ,. 4.00 4.75 ..2.75 3.90 ..4.40 4.60 ..1.25 3.65 ..1.25 2.75 ..2.00 4.65 XT' -. -"' ; Commo-n ty f;:r Canners I Stock ers and feeders BULLS Thin and light.. .. 2.50 3.60 Bologna 3.75 4.25 Fat bulls ..4.00 4.50 CALVES Common and large .. .. ..3.50. 7.50 Extra 7.75 8.00 Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchers ..7.20 7.25 7.20 6.75 690 5.50 6.10 Mixed packers Common to choice heavy fat sows Light shippers .. .. .. Stags , Pigs, 110 lbs and less .. Sheep. Common to fair Lambs. Common to fair .. .. .7.10 . 5.75 .6.35 4.50 .2.25 2.25 4.25 .4.25 7.00 MARKET SUMMARY. CHICAGOCatt!'?: Common to bst steers. $1 OOfiT OP: cow?, $3 Sa'sT-t 75 hrifer;. 5- SS'ffo '; bull.-. 53 004 50 and Lamlis-KSiwr, $3 UOSS 00; Iamb; $ Oorrf? 6."; year-lines;. 54 0 60. CaHv-s $2 75(f?7 50 HfiM Choice shipping, $7 Q& liMj; kockI to choir; butchers' 7 OZlw 7 1J; packing. V, H''iW7 P5; as- sorted !idit, t7'i'S7 00. 2 red. "oVil? '' Coin No. Oats Xo. 2. 40c. TVheat No. 3. 4 4 EAST BUFFALO Catrl" ; Export cat tle. $3 13U 00; .shipping sieers, $4 7C4? 0 15; buK-her cattle, $1 755 23; heifers, S3 25 5r 5 00: cows. $2 504 00; bulls. $2 75 gi 50; milkers and springers, 125 00 55 00. fcheep and ivtt.mtif; yeariingrs $6 00 Sr6 5f: wethers, $5 4065 75; mixed $5 0035 25; ewes. J4 .og.o 00; spring lambs. $6 F.0g7 75. Calves Best. $9 SO 10 00. Horb Heavies, $7 37j mediums, 3" 35; Yorkers, $7 3057 55 pig. $7 007 10; roughs. S3 50S S.5; star!1, 4 503 50. PITTSBURG Cattle: Choice, S5 75 6 00; prime, $5 40 5 70; tidy butchers'. $4 6"i5 10: heifers. S3 005 00; fat cov.s and bulls. $2 30S4 50; fre'i rows. $25 00 50 00. Sbeop and Lambs Prime weth ers, $5 05 75; gooJ mixed, S3 255 50; lambs, $5 00g7 75- Calves $6 009 00. Hogs Heavy hogs, t 30; mediums and heavy Yorkers, $7 35; liht Yorker?, $7 35: pigs. 57 00. CLEVELAND Cattle: Prime dry-fed. $5 50jZ5 75: fat steers, $4 S55 25; cows, S3 854 15; heifers, $3 854 . 75; bulls, SS n&4 23: milkers and springers, S30 30 !j?50 00. Sheep and Lamb Choice lambs, $7 407 60; wethers. "So 00 5 50 mixed, $4 505 25; ewes. $4 505 00. Calves--$8 50 down. Hogs Yorkers, mediums and heavies. $7 20Z?7 25; pigs, SS 80 S &0; roughs, $6 256 50; stags, $3 50 5 75. CINCINNATI Wheat: No. 2 red. 78U 7914C. Corn No 2, 4747tic. Oats - o 2", 4243c. Rye No. 2, 72 73c. Lard $9 70(59 75. Bulk meats $9 6214. Bacon $10 624. Hogs $5 507 15. Cattle $2 35 Si5 65." Sheen S2 255 25. Lambs 4 507 S5. NEW YORK Cattle: Steers, $5 00 t 92Vi: bulls, S3 504 50; cows, $2 OO-JS 30. Sheep and Lambs Sheep, $3 50 25: larabs, $7 257 75. Calves $5 003 s 00. Hogs State and Pennsylvania, J7 40 7 60. TOLEDO Wheat, 77c; corn, 45c; ats,42o; rye. C7c; cloverseed, $8 20. DUBLIN. Dublin, Ind., Feb. 22 (Spl.) Mr. Ben Hatfield was at Doddridge Chapel Thursday. Air. cjrvllle smitn nas accepted a position at New Castle. Mrs. Ethel Smith of Centerville i3 visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. La rsh. Mrs. Nellie Manlove of Indianapolis is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, iRollin Butler. Ira Stout has gone to Pittsburg on business. R. M. Bales was in Knightstown Thursday. Quite a crowd attended the Wash ington birthday dance given by Messrs. Joe Groves and Delbert Smith Friday evening In the I. O. O. F. hall. Charley Cox has moved to the Sed- wick farm south of town. The sophomores of the Dublin high school presented a beautiful program Friday morning in honor of Washing ton's 175th birthday. The rooms were decorated in flags. . The program con sisted of orations and singing. Ed Morgan was in Germantown Thursday. MILTON. Milton. Ind., Feb.. 22, (Spl.) Mrs. O. P. Vorhees has returned to Cincin nati. Miss Nellie Jones visited in Rich mond Wednesday. The Ladies Aid society of the Chris tian church quilted at the home of Mrs. Alice Gresh Wednesday after noon. Miss Ida Smith visited relatives In Dublin Wednesda5. Miss Nora Campbell has returned to Richmond after a short visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Parking. The revival services at the M. E. church attract good audiences. The Christian church board met at the parsonage Wednesday night. Mrs. R. V. Warren visited in Rich mond Wednesday. Mrs. John Faucett is visiting rela tives at Thorniown. Miss Luella Manlove of Bentonville was in Milton Thursday. Mrs. Hiram. L. Jones and Mrs. Alice II. Gresh are at New Castle visiting Mrs. Sarah Peters Gordon and at tending the Wilson revival meetings. George Borders has gone to Key stone to take charge of the flepot there during the absence of tie agent. Aitificlal gas. the 20th Century fuel . ..... ... . 'r. - . . .. IV tf rhe Sale of Root Juict At A. 0. Luken & Co." Is Rapidly Increasing. Stimulated b the Many Local Cures it is Making. Nearly every day a new shipmer of Root Juice is received at Luken drug store in order to supply th great demand for the remedy. Man; of those that bought one bottle whes the Root Juice people first came t Richmond are returning for three o six more and every person report, great improvement. Unlike most med icines on the market is this peculia. remedy, for not a single person ou' of the hundreds that purchased Rooi Juice has reported dissatisfaction but on the contrary are persuading their friends to try Root Juice. Th lady scientist said if Root Juice fails to cure those that suffer with stom ach, liver, kidney and blood trouble, their trouble must, be incurable. As hundreds of people notice improve ment from the very start. The re markable compound seems to stren then every organ of the body, thus giving nature a chance to overthrow disease and restore health. When the back hurts as a result of a kidney trouble or rheumatic conditions exist, the Uze-Pain Oil is used in connec tion. Root Juice $1 a bottle, six for $3.00. "Uze Pain Oil, 25 cents. The remedies will be shipped out of town on receipt of price, express charges prepaid. 1 h: cxyi:g Need' VTe have reapers and mowers and binders The hardest of work to make play. Corn cutters and many contraptions For raking and stKCkjng the hay And othT anJ grander Inventions. Of which yon have all doubtless read What we need Is a patent snow shovel To work while we snurile In bed. The work that was once done by fingers In most evpry calling- or rraft Is now all turned cut in a j!fly By means of a belt and a shaft. We let a machine do our writing. Our mending- and mixing th bread. Why not, then. I pray, a snow shovel To work while we stick to the bed? How fine It would be and how lorel The handmade laoe curtains to lift And sit and look out of the window And watch it cavort in the drift! Come forth, then, ye doughty Inventors, "With something the sidewalk to sweep And give us a patent snow shovel A marvel that works while you sleep. A Hint For Him He sat down on a twisted pin A bad boy fas tened in h 1 1 chair. The blind man couldn't s e the point. But still ha knew that It was there. 0 m Making Money by the Clock. It has been figured out by able statis ticians that Mr. Rockefeller grows $1.90 richer every time the clock ticks. Some men who care for money might be tempted to oil the clock and make it tick faster, but Mr. Rockefel Ier isn't that kind of a man. Rumor hath It too, that he can buy his oil at wholesale rates, but that doesn't tempt him. At his age his wants ar simple, and he knows that at $1.90 a tick.be can get everything he wants without having to buy anything on tick. Suppose he did happen to see some thing that he wanted and found him self about $10 short. All he woulo have to do would be to fool around five or six minutes pretending to In vestigate its merits and at the end ol that time he would have made enough so that he could safely tell the clerk to wrap it up. However it may have been In his younger days, Mr. Rockefeller does not new find it unprofitable to watch the clock. Same Thing. "What became of all of your tor keys?" "Tby committed suicide." 'T never heard of such a thing. "Yes. They took to roosting In the trees down by the colored settlement." Proof to the Contrary. T hear him praising the common people so much." "Still he cannot think they are so very bright." "Why not? "Didn't they elect him to officer Of Course. "What were yon saying abont that Brown affair?" "I said I was afraid It wouldn't bear looking Into." "Oh, joy! Then let's investigate It" It was on the evening: of March 13, 1781. that William Herschel, at Slough, England, discovered a new planet. Wishing to pay a compliment to George III, his patron, he gave it the name of Georgium Sidus, or the Georgian Star. Other English astron omers wishing to compliment the dis coverer himself, suggested the name of Herschel. Continental astrono mers proposed that the old mytholo gical system be followed and the name of Uranus was accepted by the scientific world as the designation of the seventh planet. . Ira Shattuck, proprietor of the Ho tel Nicollet, . of Minneapolis, who died recently, maintained that he was the originator of the modern railroad dining car. It is said that the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy was the first railroad to have a dining car service. Mr. Shattuck personally superintended the construction of the first dining oar ever built, and was engaged as superintendent of the din ing car service over the entire Chi cago & Northwestern system. He also aided in forming the association of dining car superintendents. Xerer can tell when TouTl a finger or suffer a cut, burn or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain quick ly cures the w ound- : . "1 CLUSTER OF BREVITIES LUCKED OFF THE WIRES Condensed Stories cf Important Events Taken from the Vibrant Vines of Telegraphic Communication In Every Section. (.Publishers' Preaj at. Pettv..-.. ...atuor that cza; as shot was unfounded. Springfield. 111. To 2-cent fart ills introduced in legislature. Bloomington. Ind. The Iloadly ,ton mills at Stinesville burned. Lots S0.000. Newark, O. Judge Samuel Hunter, prominent in politics, died of heart rouble. Marion, O. School building at La Rue burned. Loss $20,000. Furnace overheated. Ypsilanti, Mich. Fast express col lided with ice train near here. Four trainmen killed. Lincoln, Nob. -Two-cent fare bill passed by senate was unanimously passed by house. Hot Springs. Ark. Edward Fitz gerald, Catholic bishop of Little Rock diocese, died here. Marysville. O. V. II. Nickells. 45, of Jackson, patient at sanitarium here, suicided by taking acid. Chicago. Mayor Dunn secured at Democratic primaries big majority of delegates io city convention Feb. 23. Lansford. Pa. Hungarian Roman Catholic church burned. Started by altar candle falling into draperies. Loss $50,000. Memphis, Tenu. W. L. Smith, gen eral agent here of the Illinois Central and his sou were drowned In Arkan sas while hunting. Akron, O. H. B. Hamlen, interest ed in iron plants, filed petition in bankruptcy. Liabilities $83,700; as sets practically nothing. Indianapolis, Ind. Charles P. Zim merman, 45, for 15 years manager of Empire theater in this city, died at his home here. Came here from Cin cinnati. Middlesboro, Ky. Quintuplets, three girls and two boys, born to Peter Zabrowski, Polish miner at Fork Ridge. Children living and do ing well. Chicago. C. P. Shea, president of teamsters union, tried on charge of conspiracy in 1903 strike, was ac quitted. This trial cost $10,000; first trial cost $100,000. Springfield, 111. The supreme court affirmed the sentence of George J. Roberts to 20 years in the state peni tentiary at Joliet for the murder of John V. Knopf, a prominent Chicago politician. It is expected that work will be be gun in the spring by the Japanese to widen their railway track from 3 1-2 feet to the standard American and English guage i feet 8 1-2 inches which will also enable it to connect with the Chinese railways. The Jap anese track to Kwanchengtze will therefore be the standard guage, and the Russian 5 feet. AH passengers will have to be transferred at this neutral station. A phonographic device that will call the police by telephone adds a new hazard to the dangers of the burglars' profession. When an attempt is made to force a window or door with which' the proper connections have been made an electric current operates a phonograph in the garret. The ma chine calls up central and asks for the police station. The phonograph then Informs the officers of the robbery, giv ing street and number, and repeats this information as long as the receiv er is down. Meantime, the intruder, all unconscious that an alarm has been rung In, virtually walks Into a trap and if the call is promptly responded to is soon in the lockup. Young married people and old ones too. That have no children to laugh and coo. Find their troubles will "Little ones" be. If they take Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken & Co. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. eELEBE3ATED JANESVDLLE Pennsylvsinie LINES Winter Tourist Fares to California IVIexico Florida and South Colorado and Southwest Homeseekers' Excursions West Northwest South Southwest For details, consult Pennsylvania L ues Ticket Agent C. W. Klmer, lUcbtnond. Ind. How Delicious That HOT CHOCOLATE is at Greek Candy Store. It's just like all their Chocolate Candies They are so good! t EXPERT DRY GLEANING Office: 1129 E. Main St. ROBT. HERFURT & SOU Repair All Kinds 4. I UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 1237 MAIN. PHONE 1717. sf 1 1T1 itii m - ' V T 'i I' '4' '4' '' I 1 COVGIHIS GO No cough can linger when Winter's Cough Syrup is taken. It Is a veg etable remedy which contains none of the narcotics which make the majori ty of cough mixtures seem to cure when they only drug. Winter's Cough Syrup gets right at the root of the matter and corrects the condition which causes the cough. , That is why it is so good for children, al though quick in its effect on adult's cough. Wo warrant it. Price 23c and 50c. For sale only by M. J. QLI0LEV Court House Pharmacy. Phone 198 IREDELL&FERGUSON Real Esta and Loans.. INSURANCE 4N. 9th St. Home 626 4 itu'-ii, tip WALKING and RIDING GANG and SULKY x t Notice Farmers ! "Doddo" 22721 the imported French Percheron Stallion, better known as the CIevengerM horse, and Prince ! 1 Wilkes, will be at my farm this t season, 2rz miles north of Rich t rtiond, on the Mlddleboro pike. 4 The public is invited to call.' J A. H. PYLE, I Phone S05-C. R. F. D. No. 4. ' t js) ""i FOR SALE. Very desirable West Sid .g. Idence at northwest corner ot I" Main and West Seventh streets. 4 W. H. Bradbury & Son .j. 1-3 VTeett Block . GIB H. SCOTT INVESTMENTS REAL ESTATE RENTALS LOANS and General Brokerage 707 Main St. RICHMOND, IND. i t t I Richmond Monument Co. X 33 North Eighth St. t Thone 1457 Richmond, Ind. CABINET MAKER AND REPAIRER. Make your old broken furniture like new .and make new if you want It. S. A. L0TT. 8outh 6th. Phone 1219 t I sti sti nt t f t t 1 t . - a. I T f I TT TT I V I TT TTTTTTTTTTTv t cold that hangs on! most people imagine Why not try They drive a cold right out $ of your system and it does not come back. If they do not we refund the money, g Price 15c Per Dottle ADAMS' DRUG STORE. t 4- -- - .I, ig ,t r .I, A sti AA m m. m m - t WM. UfAKINfi Plumber and Gas fitter i Bicvcks and Sundries Phone 1482. AOS Main St. : H. R. DOWNING & GON ..UNDERTAKERS.. 16 N. 8th St., Rlchrrtontf Both Phones T5 PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. i ! .