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The Richmond Palladium. Wednesday, February 27, 1 907.
CAMBRIDGE CITY. Notice, Fanners ! : "Doddo" 22721 the imported French Percheron Stallion, better known athe "Clevenger horse, and Prince Wilkes, will be at my farm this season, 2'2 miles north of Rich mond, on the Middleboro pike. The public is invited to call. A. H. PYLE, r Phone 805-C, R. P. D. No. 4. Indianapolis Chicago Cincinnati, New York and Richmond. Provisions Live Stock, Grain and Stock Markets t I X X 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 THAN THE PALLADIUM. RICHMOND MARKETS INDIANAPOLIS MARKETS CINCINNATI MARKETS CHICAGO MARKETS NEW YORK MARKETS .According to the statements of lo cal grain and feed dealers, corn and other grains will move slowly upon tlie market from this time until the spring crops are planted. Hay Is the one possible exception, as the farm ers will make an endeavor to unload all old hay before the new crop is harvested, and as the result, hay Quo tations are expected to fall. The pro vision market as well as the stock and feed markets, remained not ma J today, no changes being made in the quotations of either. THE LOCAL MARKETS. (The prices quoted oelow are those paid by J. M. Eggemeyer. Main A. Fourth streets, for product, veget able and fruits. Thrs gives the farmers and gardeners the accurate euotatlons for their products; also gives the merchant ef the smaller towns the wholesale prices pa.d In Richmond on a!! fruits, etc., bought from Commission rwnJ Butter. Gutter, (extra creamery) 34c. T.utter, (fancy country) 20c. Uutter, (packing stock) Eggs. Kggs, (fresh country) .17c Eggs, (storage Aprils) 17c. Poultry. Chickens, (frys) 30c each Chickens, (old hens) 10c lb. Chickens. (roosters) 25c each. Turkeys, (live) 12c lb. Reese, (live) tc lb. Ducks, (live) 8c lb. Fruits. Lemons, (Cal.) fJ.51'. Oranges, (Floridas all sizes) $2.50 box. Cranberries, (fancy Howes) $3.50 bbl. Cranberries, (Pride of Cod) .. .. $15 bbl. Apples, (fancy cooking varieties).. $2 bbl. Apples, (greenings) ,.$2.r0 bbl. Apples. (Baldwins) $2.50 bbl. Apples, (Northern Sp7s)..$3.o0 bbl. Apples, (Kings) $3.75 bbl. Apples, (Grimes Golden) $4 Dbl. Apples, (Belleflowers, extras.) box. $!25 Apples, (Jonathans, extras $5 bbl. '. $3.50. Malaga grapes $8 50- Tangerines, (Floridas) $2. Chestnuts, (Italian) 5c lb. Vegetables. Tomatoes, per crate .. .. .. $3.50 Rhubarb 75c doz. Strawberries, per crate $2.75 Endive lettuce, per doz 70c. Ieeks. per doz 25 30c. Carrots, new, per doz GOc. Beets, new per doz. bunches. .50c. Turnips, new, per doz. bunches, 6'c. Spinach, per doz. bunches. 50 57' 55s. Radishes, hot house, per doz... GOc Cucumbers, hot house, per doz. $1 50 Shallots, per doz. bunches 55c. Lettuce, leaf, per case ....10T?15c. 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 51.45. Carrots, per sack 7;c. Carrots, per bbl $1.35. Turnips, white, per sack 75c. Turnips, white, per bbl $1.50. Tarsnlps, washed, per, suck ....75c. Persnips, per bbl.... , $1 50. Squash. Hubbard, per bbl. .. .$1.50. Garlic in baskets, per lb 12c. Oyster plant, per doz... 55e. Parsley, per doz 30S5c. Rutabagas, Canadian, In sacks, per bushel. . 40c. Horse radish, root, per bunch.. 85c. Horse radish, root, per bbl.. $5.75. WHEAT AND CORN. (Paid by Ricnmord Roller Mills.) Wheat 75c. Corn .. 40c. Oats, per bu 35c. Rye 60o WAGON MARKET. (Paid by H. J. Ridge A Son.) Timothy Hay. Baled $16 Loose .. $14 Mixed Baled 12 13 Miscellaneous. Straw, balled $6.00 7.00 Corn 40 45c cioven seed (Paid by John H. Runge A. Co.) Clover Seed. Little Red or Bis En glish, per bu, (cleaned) $7.25 7.50 Timothy seed $2.05 2.10 RICHMOND LIVESTOCK, (Paid by Richmond Abbstsir.) Cattia. Choice butcher steers .... 4.50 4.75 Bulls 3.00 3.50 Cows, common to good ..2.75 3.75 Calves 6.50 7.00 Hogs. Hogs, heavy select packers6.756.S0 Hogs. 350 lbs, common and rough 6.50 6.75 Hogs, 200 to 250 lbs aver ..6.90 7.00 BOSTON. Boston. Ind.. Feb. 26 Miss Laverna Beard was hostess for a very enjoyable meeting of the Helping Hand Club which held its first meeting at her home in Boston. Friday afternoon. The nfternoon was pleasantly spent with needle work and luncheon was served. In two weeks Miss Rhea Druley will entertain the Club at her home south cast of here. Use artificial gas for light and heat 10-tf The Palladium gives a dottar each week for tho best piece of news "tip ped off to it. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 26 Re ceipts: Hogs, 5,500; cattle, 1,200; sheep, 100. STEERS Good to choice steers 1,300 lbs and upward ..$ 5.50 6.50 Common to medium steers 1,300 lbs and upward 5.25 5.75 Good to choice steers 1,150 to 1,250 lbs .. .. 5.00 5.G0 Common to medium steers, 1,150 to lbs .4.75 5.25 Good to choice steers 900 to 1,000 lbs 4.50 5.00 Common to medium steers 900 to 1000 lbs.. 4.25 4.50 Choice feeding steers steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs 4.25 4.50 Good feeding steers, 800 to 1,000 lbs 4.00 4.25 Medium feeding steers 700 to 900 lbs 3.50 4.00 Common to best stock ers 2.75 3.75 HEIFERS Good to choice heifers .. 4.25 5.00 Fair to medium heifers ..3.75 4.00 Common light heifers .. ..2.75 3.b0 to choice cows .... 3.5& 4.60 Fair to medium cows .. 3.25 3.40 Canners and cutters .... 1.50 3.35 Good to choice cows and calves 30.00 50.00 Common to medium cows and calves .. .. 20.00 30.00 BULLS AND CALVES Good to prime bulls 3.75 4.35 Fair to medium bulls ...3.25 3.50 Common bull3 "....2.50 3.00 Fair and good heavy .. ..3.00 7.00 Hogs. Best heavies 210 lbs. and upward 7.05 7.20 Medium anl mixed. 190 lbs and upward 7.15 7.25 Good to choice lights. 160 to 180 lbs 7.10 7.15 Common to good lights, 130 to 150 lbs 7.00 7.05 Best pigs C.25 6.75 Light pigs 5.50 6.00 Roughs 6.00 6.60 Bulk of sales ..7.10 7.20 Sheep. Common to best lambs .. 5.00 7.35 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 Indianapolis Money Rates. Indianapolis Commercial paper, 6 per cent; time loans, 607 per cent. Indianapolis Wagon Market. Corn 45 47c. Shpaf Oats $1214. Shelled Oats 38 47c. Millet 1213c. Hay Timothy, $16 18; clover, $15 17: mixed hay, $15 17; straw, $7.50? 9.00. Indianapolis Seed Market. (Wholesale buying figures.) Clover seed Common red, $7 7.75. Timothy $1.50 1.90. Orchard Grass $1.25 1.90. Blue Grass $1.40 2.00. Alsike $5 7. Alfalfa Clover Per bu. $7 8. GREENSF0RK. Greensfork, Ind., Feb. 26 Miss Jes sie Clark of Richmond, spent FrMay with Beecher McMullcn nd family. Mrs. Jault Foland is the guest of relatives in Richmond. Mrs. E. S. Barton of Strsughns, vis ited Mrs. Will Roller last weu. Mrs. Ernest Wyles and sons, of Richmond, spent Saturday and Sua-liy with relatives here. Miss Theodosia McDevitt has re turned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd, near Centerville. Mrs. Dr. Xeff is on the sick list Henry Bond and daughter. Miss Em ma. Abner Bond and family, Mrs. John Roller and Mrs. Lafe Stigleman attended the Parsons-Kaufman wed ding at Richmond Thursday evening. Farmers' Institute will be held here Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2. Miss Hazel Hatfield is on the sick list Miss Nellie Jones of Jackson's Hill visited Miss Flossie Sett Saturday. Jesse Bond of Richmond spent Sun day at home. Rev. Ida Parker filled her regular appointment at the Friends church Sunday. Miss Vivian Sigler of El wood, at tended the Hunnicut-Pierce wedding which occurred Saturday at poon. Robert McNeil spent Saturday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Thornburg spent Sunday with Fred Cains. Ves Nicholson and family have mov ed to the Dave Brooks farm. Albert Albertson and Miss Edith Mason were married by Rev. Dennis at the home of the bride's parents, evening. The bride is a teacher in the Economy schools. They have the best wishes of a host of friends. Frank Nicholson of Richmond spent Sunday with George Nicholson and family. Dan Doyle of Camden spent Sunday with his family here. Jesse Brooks of Martinsville, is spending a few days here. Fletcher Medearis is seriously ill at the home of his daughter's Mrs. John Martindale. National extracts and spices sold under a positive guarantee. Come back and get your money It not sat isfied. For sale by the National Med ical Co., Sheldon, Iowa. Atllficlal gas, the 20th Century fueL Cincinnati, Feb., 26. Receipts, cat tle 217, hogs 3,619, sheeps 279. 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 Extra Common to fair Canners Stockers and feeders .. BULLS Thin and light Bologna Fat bulls CALVES Common and Jarge . . Extra Hogs. Good to choice packers and butchers Mixed packers Common to choice heavy fat sows Light shippers .... Stags Pigs, 110 lbs and less .. Sheep. Common to fair Lambs. Common to fair $ 5.50 5.75 . .4.50 5.40 ..2.50 4.25 3.35 5 50 4.65 5.25 3.35 4.50 .4.75 4.S5 .4.00 465 .2.75 3.75 ..4.40 4.60 ..1.25 3.65 ..1.25 2.75 . 2.00 4.75 .2.50 3.75 .3.85 4.25 .4.00 4.75 .4.00 7.50 8.00 .7.20 7.25 .7.15 7.20 .5.75 6.75 .6.60 7.10 .4.50 5.50 .5.25 6.00 2.25 4.25 4.50 7.25 WILLIAMSBURG. Williamsburg, Ind., Feb., 26. Miss Lillian Reynolds returned from a vis it to Anderson Friday evening. Miss Cynthia Hollingsworth of Economy visited with her parents here Saturday and Sunday. Asher Pearce returned Sunday from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Omer Pearce at Indianapolis. Misses Anna Davis and Minnie Marshall spent Saturday and Sunday with the Iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Marshall near Economy. Miss Mary Way attended the Hun-nicutt-Pierce nuptials at Greensfork Saturday and the infair dinner at Economy Sunday. Mrs. Will Gelwlck and son Corwin of Danville, 111., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Blair for several weeks, returned to their home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bollinger of Richmond visited with their daughter Miss Mabel Bollinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Study entertain-' ed last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gunkle, John Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gunkle of Greensfork. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thomas and daughter Thelma of Richmond visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tschaen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Atkinson enter tained the former's Sunday school class last Sunday. Those present were Messrs Lawrence Faucett. Frank Brousman, Chester Franklin and Arthur White. Harry Shepherd of Richmond vis ited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Helm of In dianapolis and Miss Helen Helm of Alexandria spent Sunday with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Helm. Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon of Richmond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Meadows Sunday. Miss Gertrude Kenworthy was home from Fountain City Sunday. Rev. Lee Chamness filled his reg ular appointment at the Friends church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor St. Meyer vis ited with Mr. and Mrs. Crcrighton Ball Sunday. Arthur Hotchkiss of Earlham was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dav is Sunday. John Newman was home from Richmond Sunday. Mrs. Henry Parker and daughter Miss Afton visited at Richmond Sat urday. The directors of the new bank have placed their order for the bank's fur niture with the Kloak Furniture com pany at Cincinnati. It will be ready for shipment some time in April. John Paul is progressing rapidly in his arrangements to open a res taurant and bakery. He will probab ly be ready for the restaurant trade by the latter part of the week. Our town is certainly on the boom. Just think of it! A new bank, a skating rink, a restaurant, a bakery, all with in the short space of a month. The business houses here are having a wonderful revival in trade. Last Saturday the hitching racks were crowded all day. Farmers are now coming to Williamsburg to trade instead of going to the neighboring towns. Our grocers are selling their goods cheaper than they aref sold anywhere. Oran Cates and sons Kenneth and Clyde who have been seriously ill with the measles are improving rap idly. Miss Mary Starr is convalescing. Jesse Cates has gone to Topeka, Ind., to make his home with his son. Rev. Silas Cates. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buhl are pre paring to move here from Richmond. j Mr. Buhl contemplates remodeling the dwelling trhlch he owns here, to use as his residence in the future. Mrs. Lenora Sehivley who has teen sick for the past three weeks is able to be out again. THE MARKETS. (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire.) Chicago, 111., Feb. 26 Hogs, re ceipts 20,000, left over 5.233; light 6.75-7.00; mixed 6.S0-7.07; heavy 6.80- 7.07; rough 6.S0-6.90. Cattle 30,000. Sheep 13,000. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By O. G. Murray's Special Wire) Chicago, 111., Feb. 26 Wheat, May, open 78 V. close 77 ; July, open 78 to , close 7S; Sept., open 7S, close 78. Corn May, open 47, close 47 M , July, open 46 to , close 46?i ; Sept., open 476, close 47 . Oats May, open 414 to close 42s ; July, open 37 to , close 3S ; Sept., open 32, close 33 . Pork May, open 16.62, close 16.42; July, open 16.72, close 16.52; Sept., open 16.72, close 16.70. Lard May, open 9.72, close 9.72; July, open 9.75, close 9.67; Sept., open 9.75, close 9.S2. Short Ribs May, open 9.15, close 9.07; July, open 9.29, close 9.12; Sept., open 9.29, close 9.30. CENTERVILLE. Centerville, Ind., Feb., 26. The Woman's Home Missionary society will give a pie supper at the M. E. church on next Saturday evening. The opening of the mite boxes will take place upon this occasion and all members are requested to bring their mite boxes. Mrs. Louise Vickroy Boyd of Cam bridge City was the guest of her sister Mrs. Helen Vickroy Austin on Monday and Tuesday. On Tuesday evening Mrs. Boyd went to Richmond where she will spend Several days with her daughter Mrs. C. S. Bond. The series of meetings conducted at the Friends' church by the Rev. Aaron Napier and Miss Leona Cogue of Fairmount, Ind., came to a close on last Sunday evening. The meet Inge were well attended and of much interest. Miss Lois Brumfield is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rayl and other friends at Ada, O. The Women's Literary society met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emile King Anderson. The readers of the day were Miss Mar tha Peelle and Miss Mary Teas. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Reese Mitchell on Monday afternoon, March 11. Cemetery Association Met. The Centerville Woman's Cemetery association met on last Friday after noon in the rooms of the Civic club, with Mrs. Minnie Wright presiding and Mrs. Edna Jones Pike, secretary. The usual routine business was trans acted and the annual dues of sev eral members were received. Robert Smith of Kansas City. Mo., presented the association with a liberal donation. Mr. Smith was for merly a resident of Centerville and his relatives are interred in the cem etery here. He gave the ladies great praise for their efforts in reclaiming the cemetery and keeping it in the present fine condition. The committee .that was appointed at the last meeting to prepare reso lutions on the death of Mrs. Mary K. Trumbull offered a beautiful tri bute to the memory of Mrs. Trumbull, who was one of the founders of the association and always held an official place in the society. The committee was composed of Mrs. Emma Beit?ell, Mrs. Lizzie Hatfield . and Mrs. Ella Dunbar. The Pennsylvania railroad com pany refunded the money which was ' held by the association for demurrage on- the car loads of j stone screenings last fall, for which the association is especially thank ful. Adjourned to meet in two weks from date, at the rooms of the Civic club. Centerville, Ind., Feb. 26 Mrs. Jo seph McConaha was the hostes for a delightful Washington tea party on Friday afternoon at her home on East Main street Progressive euchre was played, followed by luncheon. Mrs. I. L. Houck and Mrs. Edward Lane were the winners of the prizes. The other guests were Mesdames M. L. Fender, W. A. Wolfer. C. H. Jones, Wilbert A. Bertsch, Willard Morgan. Alice Hill, Dora Mendenhall, W. K. Cheeseman and Samuel Lashley. Miss Laura Hill was a guest at the party given by Mrs. Paul Comstock for the Daughters of the American Revolution, on Friday afternoon at Richmond. Mrs. C. B. George and her daughters Esther and Catherine, are visiting relatives at Okeana, Ohio. Mrs. Aaron Napier attended the fu neral of Miss Sophia Santon at Lib erty, on Friday.' The Rev. Aaron Napier and Miss Le ora Bogue, of Fairmount, attended Friends quarterly meeting at Dublin on Saturday Frank Gilbert Funeral. New Lisbon, Ind., Feb. 26. The fun eral of Frank Gilbert who died Thurs day at his home at Millville, took place Saturday afternoon at the Chris tian church here. Rev. Sherritt of Ir vington, preached the funeral dis course. Interment in the cemetery here. Frank was born and lived to manhood In thla neighborhood and left many friends who sympathize with the young wife and bis parents In their sad bereavement The floral offerings were unusually fine and were silent tributes of the esteem in which he was held. New York., Feb. 26. Stocks contin ued to come on the market at conces sions in prices. There were quite uni form losses of about a point in most of the leaders. There was steady absorption at the opening decline and after some fever ish fluctuations prices recovered. Oc casionally some stock would take ' a sudden spurt downward but the gen eral list eventually became stronger. St. Paul rebounded to a point above last night and most active stocks re turned to near last night's level. The activity of the dealing subsided soon. There was another recession in pric es, but so considerable a demand de veloped that the bears bought in large volumes to cover their short contracts and rallied the market to a higher level than last night. Activity diminished again on the rally. Bonds were heavy. Speculation was nearly at a stand still at 1 o'clock in marked contrast to the activity and wide fluctuations of the forenoon. New York. Feb. 26. Advances are announced In prints of Vac a yard, bringing staple indigos to a basis of 6 cents. Cotton damasks have been placed on a basis of 37"2C for fall. Raw silk has advanced on an average of about 10c per pound. Dress goods are selling freely for fall, broadcloth being in the lead. NEW LISBON. New Lisbon, Ind., Feb., 26. Mrs. Maria Koons of Messick is visiting Lawrence Schildtknecht and family. Mrs. M. J. Filson visited at New j Castle part of last week. ; A number of young people attended ; meeting at the "Big Brick" near Hagerstown, Sunday. i The Misses Vera, Deborah and ; Pauline Butler and Miss Florence ; Myers of Lewisville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Hazel Harvey of New Castle visited friends here Friday and Sat urday. Miss Mattie Peed visited at New Castle Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Dickover i3 visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Carpenter at Spiceland. Mr. and Mrs. John Dickerson are the parents of a fine boy born Fri day, February 22. John thinks he will be a second George Washington. Miss Lillian Laboyteaux of Black Swamps was the guest of Miss Fern Raffe Saturday night and Sunday. NEW PARIS. New Paris, O., Feb., 26. John Kil bourne of Indianapolis Is visiting friends here. Harlod Mitchell of Indianapolis spent Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Lenna Moon of Spiceland who has been visiting here for the past week will return to her home, Tues day accompanied by her mother, Mrs. S. S. Kilbourne. Mrs. Mary Pence returned to her home in Pittsburg after a week's vis it here. Walter Reinheimer of Minneapolis arrived here Sunday evening to at tend his prandmother's funeral, Mrs. Nancy Reinheimer. Mrs. Kate Reid has been quite sick for several days. " David White is seriously ill. Mrs. Kate Potts of Campbellstown visited her daughter, Mrs. Kuth Fri day and Saturday. W. A. Brown is remodeling the in terior of his home so that his nephew Charles Scott can occupy one half of it. The teachers and a part of the members of the Christian Sunday school presented the Rev. Williams with a handsome rocking chair, to show their appreciation of his help in the teachers meeting. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. McKee were Richmond visitors Sunday. C. C. Wrenn, carrier of route No. 2 who has been sick for two weeks is still unfit for work. BETHEL. Bethel, Ind., Feb., 26. Miss Anna Harris of Winchester is visiting rel atives In this place. Mrs. David Harlan who has been quite sick the past few weeks i3 re ported better. Mrs. A. R. Hiatt has been quite sick for the past few days. Mr. John Flatter who has been liv ing with Mrs. Flatters parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hiatt the greater part of the winter. is moving to Lynn. Chas. Dean- who lives just north of this place on the farm belonging to Jacob Polley will move in a few days to the farm of William Sher man north of Pin Hook. Mr. Polley who lives near Salem will move to his farm in the near future. Miss Inez Van Nuys who has been quite sick is reported much better. C. E. Wiley and sons Russell and Earl and Miss Frances Harlan took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Davis Sunday. S. K. Cofield who has been sick for some time is reported to be much bet ter. On account of sickness the atten dance at Sunday school and church services was much smaller than usual last Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Wiley who has been in Indianapolis the past two or three weeks at the home of her son Chas. Wiley will return home this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Ireland went to Richmond on Wednesday cf last week. C. E. THley shipped hoffs Monday from Glen Kara, O- John Blakely will move this week to his farm north of Glen Kara. Cambridge City, Feb.. 26. Mrs. Matthew Williams and daughter Ruth were called to Indianapolis yester day by the serious illness of her granddaughter Miss Esther Berry. Chas. E. Shlvely of Richmond was transacting business in this city yes terday. Hezekiah Barnett is seriously ill with the grippe at his home on North Front street. B. F. Parsons of Richmond took dinner with Mrs. Laura Richey and her mother Mrs. Hind man here yes terday. The sale of the Helen Kuster farm north of town was held yesterday af ternoon on the premises and was sold for $5,544 to Mrs. Kuster, mother of the heirs, at whose request the farm was offered for sale. The weather was ideal, but very few bidders were present. Mr. Ray K. Shiveley of the firm of Shiveley & Shiveley, Rich mond, Ind., made the sale. Mr. Summer Davis of Richmond Is here spending a few days with rel atives in this city, and vicinity. C. A. Morgan who has been suffer ing from a severe attack of inflama tory rheumatism for the past two months was able to be out for the first time today. The ladies of the Chlrstlan church will hold a market in Marsou's groc ery store next Saturday afternoon. Mr. Ray Hinskey is slowly conval escing after a severe attack of grippe. The dedication of the new Civic center apartments in the Bradbury building was held last night, and the large entertainment hall was taxed to its capacity. The first number of the program was a short concert by the Cambridge City band, after which several musieal numbers were render ed by the student body of the Cam bridge City high school. Several short talks on the purpose and aims of the Civic center were given by Mrs. V. C. Meredith, president, Mr. Thad Frazer, Dr. Allen, Rev.- Cald well, of Dublin, Mrs. Isadore Wilson and other officers of the association. The apartments consist of a large entertainment hall, which will be us ed for the gymnasium five days in the week, a smoking room, library and reading room, and music room. Several other smaller rooms adjoin ing will be used as storage and cloak rooms. The Civic Center will be open ev ery day In the week from 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. for the girls and 7 p.m. to 9:30 for the boys. A piano has been rented by the Helen Hunt club from the Starr Piano company at Richmond for the use of the members of the Civic Cen ter to be used for recitals and en tertainments which will be held ev ery Monday evening. ECONOMY. Economy, Ind., Feb., 26. Miss Lu cinda Hollingsworth spent Sunday at Williamsburg. Mrs. Moorman visited Mr. and Mrs. Rossie Charles Friday. 1 Mrs. Harry Macy and Mrs. Peter son made a business trip to Rich mond Friday. t Miss Nola Oler who is receiving in structions in music at Earlham made her-weekly trip Friday. Frank Pierce entertained at dinner last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Oler, Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and Les ter Williams. Miss Anna Davis accompanied Miss Minnie Marshall Friday evening to spend Saturday and Sunday at Miss Marshall's home. ! Rev. Oliver Frazler came Friday evening to be present at the marri age of Walter Hunnicut and Miss Goldie Pierce Saturday at high noon. Mrs. Dora Cain, Mrs. Florence Wil son and Miss Edith Lamb were guests of Miss Blanch Manning Thursday. Horace Kimball spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Hannah Kimbal. Miss Edith Mason went to Rich mond Friday afternoon. Thos. Frazier and family attended a surprise birthday dinner on Mrs. McCall at Richmond. Mrs. McCall is Mrs. Fraziers mother. Mrs. Stamm and Mrs. Ella Pres baugh were at Hagerstown Saturday. Miss Bessie Taylor who is teaching school at Whitewater, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. Mr. Albert Kepler, of Muncie was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bur nett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris are visiting relatives in Randolph coun ty. ( Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenstreet and Mr. and Mrs. Preston Burnett were entertained by Mr. and Mrs Herbert Greenstreet at dinner Thurs day. The Burnett property has been moved to a ne wlocation and is now ready for occupancy. MILLVILLE. Millville, Ind., Feb. 26.- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lahayteau visited rela tives at New Lisbon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ansil Thornburg, spent Saturday and Sunday in Union City. Several from this vicinity attended the funeral of Frank Gilbert at New Lisbon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley Hayes visited near Cambridge City Sunday. The Millville Telephone Co., trans acted business here Monday. Mrs. Dr. Tully was shopping in Newcastle Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, called on Wm. Dinkins and family Sunday even ing. Seeley Hayes and family will move to Cambridge City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Daniels spent day evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Stout. , Mr. and Mrs. Stokes Weaver enter tained Mrs. Bertha Alexander and son Russel of Newcastle, and Wm. Wood Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Bailey and Howard Gordon are on the sick Hat. See how wnat you nave neard looks In print and get a dollar for doing It Win tha news 'tip" prize. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. 'e o) F0R SALE. J . Very desirable West Side rea . .j. Idence at northwest corner of .j, J Main and West Seventh streets. 4 W. H. Bradbury 6 Son a. . 1-3 VWostt Block .a, 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.4, ! GIB H. SCOTT INVESTMENTS . REAL ESTATO RENTALS LOANS and &nral Drokttraga 707 Main St. RICHMOND, IND. i-s-e-i Mooro&Ocborn Write Fire and Tornado Insur ance. We will bond you. Loans from $100 to 92.500. Phone Home 1589, Bell 53 R. ROOM IS I. O. O. F. BUILDING. CABINET MAKER AND REPAIRER, f t Make your old broken furniture t T ... - . . 1 iks new ,ana miu new ir you want it. S. A. L0TT. South 6th. Phone 1219 IREDELL&FERGUSON RealEsta and Loans.. IHSURAHC'E 4 N. 9th St. Dome 626 rTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I MENDEL FIGH I Clothing Cleaned. Dyed, t t Second Hand Clothino Bought and Sold. 402 Main. Richmond Honnnent Co. 33 North Eighth St. Phone 1457 Richmond, Ind. t WM. WAKING Plumber 2nd Gas Fitter t bicycles and Sundries Phono 1482. v 406 Main Ot. I ! 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