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The Richmond Palladium and Sfin-Telegram. Page Seven. i Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, Is not a secret or patent medicine, against hich the moft intelligent people are quite naturally averse because of the un certainty as to their harmless character, but is a medicine of knows composition, a fair list of all i.u ingredients being printed, in plain Enylixh, on evr-ry bottle wrapper. An examination of this list of ingredients will disclose, the fact that it is non-alcoholic In its composition, chem ically pure glycerine taking the place of the commonly ued alcohol, in its make no. The "Favorite Prescription" of Dr. Tierce is in fact the only medicine put up for the cure of woman s peculiar weak nesses and ailments sold through drug gists that does not contain alcohol and that ttftin large fiuintiticn. .Furthermore, it is the only medicine for woman's special diseases, the ingredient- of which have the unanimous endorsement of all the leading medical writers and teachers of ail the several schools of practice, and that too as remedies for the aliments for which " Favorite Prescription" is recom mended. A little book of some of these endorse ments will be sent to any address. post paid, and absolutely free if you request same bv postsil card or letter, of iJr. R. V. Pierce, Jiuffalo, N. Y. Don't forget that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for woman's weaknesses and delicate ailments, is not, a patent or secret medicine, being the 'Favorite Prescrip tion "of a regularly educated and gradu ated physician, engaged in the practice of his chosen specialtythat of diseases of women that its ingredients are printed in pliin Enrjllh on every bottle-wrapper; that it is the only medicine especially de signed for the cure of woman's diseases that contains no alcohol, and the only one that has a professional endorsement worth more than all the so-called "testi monials" ever published for other med ictnes. Send for these endorsements as above. They are free for the asking. If yon suffer from periodical, headache, backache, dizziness, pain or dragging down sensation low down in the abdomen, weak back, have disagreeable and weak inir. catarrhal, pelvic drain, or are in distress from being long on your feet, then you may be sure ol teneht from taking T)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the test lax ative and regulator of the bowels, liiey invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. One a laxative; two or three a cathartic. THE LATEST NO. 4 FOLDING Pocket Kodak 4x5 Buift Like the No. 3 A and same price $20.00 We have a very complete line of Photo Supplies. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO. SOI - Main - St., Richmond. LOW RATES -TO Cincinnati "To see the Flood" 11 .45 Round Trip SUNDAY, MARCH 17 Train leaves Richmond 9:03 a. m. Returning leaves Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. For particulars phone C. A. BLAIR. Home Tel. 44. - VpHolstering - and General Furniture Repairing 124 S. 6th St. . Phone 472 Kid Gloves Cleaned Richmond Dry Cleaning Co. Office 1024 Main St. Old Phono 412 New Phone 151 i t J i H. R. DOWNING &. SON, UNDERTAKERS 16 N. 8th St., Richmond, Ind. Both Phones 75. i Caliomia i rrrrr mar obtain at rhit fore a ptck tc of Califomia Sweet Pea Seed FREE RIEGER THE CALIFORNIA PERFUMES b tern oi 50.000 rcdj to d:nbate frrr to a!L Cc: a: once b. fore tier are tone Kant the sera noir we out window for pn? nd dare vt contest. l"ti Qerrr E4s is the Utent perfume. Cocae la aod as;le it. package of these seed; ill be given with every purchase on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. IV!. J. QUIGLEY Court House Pharmacy PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. ft 1) CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City. March 1 Miss Na omi Francis and Ruth Highley were . the guests of friends in Richmond Sat-j uroay. ' B. F. Miller visited Mr. B. L. Kirk-t wood at Indianaoolis. Sunday, where he is confined in a sanitarium. Paul Klieber of Hagerstown. was here to spend Sunday with his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. John Klitber. r?ic Tilor and faniilv trwik Kiirida v dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Spencer; Gethers north of town. Mr. and. Mrs. J. E. Bender entertain-, ed a number of relatives and friends : at Sunday dinner in honor of her brother, Mr. Ernest Guyton and wife , pf Chicago. . ; The. Social union meets with Mrs. E. D. Paul on Front street Thursday aft - ernoon. - Mr. Jess Haramore of Connersville, formerly of this place, spent Sunday here with relatives. Master Joo Forkner of Lewisville, was the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Paul here Sunday. I ne saiisoury ramuj- orcnestra win give one of its excellent concerts at the M. E. church next Friday night un- der the auspices of the Social union. j Mrs. Harry Morris will entertain thej members of the Presbyterian guild at j her home on South First street next) Wpilnpsilav aftprnrifin Mrs. Samuel Roberts of Indianapolis visited her granddaughter. Miss Mar jorie Roberts here Saturday. Mrs. M. G. Kreuse and her mother. Mrs. Theodore P'rohnapfel,' leave for served, after which other games and Anderson next Tuesday, where they dancing were indulged in. will spend a few days with relatives, j The guests were: Misses "Ethel and Miss Edna Highley, who is attending ! Ruth Miller. Cora Ilawley, Mary Cro the Vories Business college, at Indian-1 tiin of Xenia. Edith Reid and Nell Mc a polls, spent Sunday with her parents, i Neil. Messrs. Clarence and Will Mr. and Mrs. Frank Highley, in this : Schlientz of Eldorado, Harry Hahn, city. ; Leonard Young, Harry Reid, Lee Harley Garrett of New Castie, was Thurston, Harry Huffman and Albert the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ! Hawley. A. Garrett, over Sunday. I , Mr. and Mrs. Frankinfield. of Frankfort, lud. spent Sunday here with Dr. J. E. Wright, and family. j Jesse Wilson of New Castle, spent j Hagerstown, Ind., March IS Theo Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and(lore Slafer sold to Wm. Modlin of Mrs. J. Wilson. New Castle, his east farm; cousider- 'ation, $12,000. HAGERSTOWN, -IND. Hagerstown, Ind.. March IS Mr. and Mrs. James Knapp and son. Wil fred Tracy, returned Thursday morn ing from Washington, D. C, where they have spent the winter. They will remain here until fall. The Art Club was entertained by Mrs. Joe Stonecipher Thursday after noon at her home on East Main street. A delightful social time with refresh ments made the afternoon pass in a pleasant manner. In two weeks Miss Mable Teetor will entertain the club at her home on South Plum street. Mrs. Margaret Presbaugh of New Castle spent Friday here. O. Demj) Cory, a former photograph er of this place, but now located in Indianapolis, spent Friday night here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nicholson of near Greensfork were guests of , their son Florence and family. Friday. Mrs. Rela Rudy of . Anderson, is spending a few days here. Mrs. J. M. Lontz returned to her home nt Richmond Friday evening aft er spending a few days with friends here. Mrs. Rhoda Nicholson of Greensfork spent last week with her nephew, Florence Nicholson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Shuch have rented a part of Seymour Flemming's housa on S. Wash, street, and are moving their goods here from Cincinnati. Miss Flossie Neff of Greensfork. was here Friday organizing her class in music. Cashier Hicks made a business trip to New Castle Saturday morning. Mrs. Hannah Shafer returned Satur day from a visit with her daughter near New Lisbon. Mrs. Charles Porter was the guest of friends in Richmond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Evans of Richmond spent Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Addington and family. Howard Van Metcoe of New Castle spent Friday night here. Mr s. Charles Teetor and son. Lothair spent Saturday at Indianapolis. Miss Irene Addington will assist Mrs. Mattie Whitsell with her milli nery this season. 1 unaries leeior weuu io ueirou, Mich., Friday in the interest of the Light Inspection Car Co New Quartet Is Formed. Hagerstown, Ind., March IS A new quartet has been organized here which is composed of Miss Hazel Knapp, so prano; Miss Nellie Bavender, alto; Fred Murry, bass, and Mahlon Geb hart, tenor. mi You will do better work for a cup of fragrant delicious ARIOSA Coffee and vou will rest better afterwards. Cuts your coffee bills about in half. Sold in one pound packages only, sealed for 'your protection. : Loose coffee isn't the same it may be dusty, dirty and bad for your stomach and nerves. CW.;r wiiSs 1! nwireM-.U cf t!ie Ncnal Pure Food Law, Guaraciee No. 2041. 6Jed at 'ahinsto6. a. ;s; Over the County. . (To Hold Social Meeting Cambridge City. The Daughters of ! t . . . : 1 1 i. , t i . . . ; . . i . ; . !at the Red Men's Hall next Thursday s eVonins for. the members and their families. An excellent program has' been arranged and a good time is an- j i t irinaf ed. ' . ! A Lecture by Kelly Cambridge City President R. L.. Kelly of Earlham College, lectured to a large audience at the Civic- Center. Sunday afternoon. His subject was w ell, chosen and w as duly appreciated. J j Strickland Bought Car Load j Cambridge City E. W. Strickland ; left for Greenfield Sunday evening! -with a carload of fine horses which ! j he purchased at the Lackey sales last; ; week. He will remain in that city for) several days while loading several .; ' horses which he purchased there re- cenuy, oeiore leiunuus io jus iiuuit- iu southern Kansas. Miss Wilcox Entertained. New Paris, O., March 18. Miss Hen- j rietta Wilcox entertained a few of her friends Friday evening previous to her going away to Depauw university. Progressive euchre was played at four tables. A midnight luncheon was Farm Brings $12,000. There's naught so sweet at love's young dream. And it will sweeter be, If lovers would only take A little Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Lukea & Co. NEW PARIS, OHIO. New Paris, O., March A IS. Chris Markley returned Saturday from Co lumbus. Mr. and Mrs. Virgel Sherer of New Hope were visiting friends here Satur day. The Rev. Morris of Dublin was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Arnold Sunday. Mrs. Mary lhawley and Mrs. Adah McNeil were Eaton visitors, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tillman of West Souora were guests of Mrs. Tillman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Barber, over Sunday. Miss Mayme Tillman was the guest of her brother in Richmond, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Lock, of Alpha, O., visited Mrs. Lock's mother, Mrs. Larrison, over Sunday. Joe Deem of Eaton, visited his sister, .Mrs. J. S. Benuer here Sun day. Logan Brown and wife of Eaton were guests of friends here Sunday. Sunday was an ideal day and many people were either out walking or driving. Rheinheimer's quarry, where they are installing their new machin ery seemed to be the center of attrac tion. There were many people over from Richmond to see it. Mr. and Mrs. Harry King of Riota were guests of Charles Powell and family Sunday. Miss Marie Smelser of Progress, O., was calling on friends here Sun Jay. Mrs. Emma Staights and children who have been visitinsr her sister. Mrs. W. F. Wrenn, returned home to New Madison, Sunday. Miss Margaret Bohn who is ill with tyhoid fever is much better and her friends hope for a speedy recovery. Will Lawder was out driving Sun day, the first that he has been out of doors for three months. Joseph Miller is recovering from a recent attack of paralysis. Josiah McKee is much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunger and children of Lewisburg were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Ogden over Sunday. Miss Bertha Burbage of Eaton visit ed her mother here Sunday:- Walter Ashinger of Kokomo was calling on friends here Friday. A Scifo Perch. At the crowded downtown corner the frightened pedestrians were scurrying out of the way of street cars, automo biles, delivery wagons and policemen on horseback. "Gosh." exelaimed the window wash er, looking dawn on them from his perch on the narrow ledge of a fifteen story window. "I'm glad I ain't in that crowd T' Chicago Tribune. Almost as Gscd as Art. . Fmall Edith was visiting in the conn-, try for the first time. "What do you think of our rural scenery, dear ;" asked her grandmother. "Oh, it isn't so badr replied Edith. "It looks almost as natural as real the ater scenery." Chicago News. Collision Not Coiluslon. The Judge In this divorce suit there (leems to be some collusion between the man and his wife. The Wife Col lusion? No, it's been collision ever since the ceremony! Pittsburg Gazette-Time:. Net Hsr WiH. Ague? What are you writing, Min uter. . loiir v.ii!? - Minnie o. l i tv:!ting my won't. ?eorce proposed la:t nigM. and I told him I'd answer today. Lorwion Sketch. He who rives himself airs of impor tance exhibits the credentials of weak ness. Lava ttr. Notice. Notice is hereby given to the eiti-; zens of the First ward of the City of Richmond. Wayne township, Wayne 3 county, ar.,1 State of Indiana, and to! all ethers concerned, that I, the im- j dersignad, a male inhabitant of said ; state and being a continuous resident f .f and. withln Said- townshiP . r"ore i man ninety nays prior to me time oi tiling this application, ana a person over the age of twenty-one years and of good mor?l chsrnctcr, ir.t-ru! to j apply to thf lxa;d of coninsissioncrs ; tf said cc-:nty r.nd state, at their nest :ezi'lar pyssiou commencing on the firt Monday iiJ April. H'OT,- for a 11 i cc-at-e ' to sell intoxicatting. star-irons, ; villous and malt Fo.uors in les quan i tity than live gallons at a time mid ; jermit the same to be drank on the premises where soIi. s lieit-inafter j described, in accordance with th3 pro- vis. ons or an act ot tue general as- semhlv of the state of Indiana ao- Jiroved March 17, 1&75, and all other 1 jaws ot- a:i state now' in force :n re-1 jatOI1 to" S3jd business. j T hereby state that I am the actual ; 0 and rronrietor of said bus:-1 nes3 anti am rot actinr as jts anent ; or partner of any other person. j The precise location of the premis- . es in which I desire to sell said in- j toxicating, spiritous, vinous and malt j liquors, as aforesaid, should a license i be granted me, is as follows, tow it: Being the northwest room on the ground floor of a certain two-story brick building situated on lot No. 82, and being No. 401 South Fifth street, fronting on South Fifth street, in that part of the City of Richmond, Wayne county, Indiana, laid out by John Smith, and being in the First ward of said city. LOUIS A. KNOPF. 4-11-1S Notice. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of the Second ward of the City of Richmond, Wayne township, Wayne couuty, and State of Indiana, and to all others concerned, that I, the undersigned, a male person over the age of twenty-one years, of good moral character, and a continuous resident of said township for more than ninety days prior to this date, will apply to the board of commis sioners of said Wayne county at their next regular session, to be held in the court house in said City of Rich mend, commencing the first Monday in April, 1907, for a license to sell in toxicating, spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in less quantity than five gallons at a time with permission for the same to be drank on the premis es where sold, in accordance with the provisions of an act of the general assembly of the State of Indiana, en forced March 17th, 1S75, and all amendments thereto. I will be the actual owner and pro prietor of the said business, and not acting as agent or partner for anoth er. The precise location of the premis es where I propose to sell and will sell said intoxicating liquors, should a license be granted me is as follows, to-wit: Being the front room on the ground floor fronting on Main street in a three-story brick building numbered 512 Main street, which building is lo cated upon the following described real estate to-wit: A part of lot number twenty-nine (29) in that part of the city of Rich mond, laid out by Jeremiah Cox, de scribed as follows: Beginning at a point twenty-five (25) feet west of the southwest corner of said lot; thence west along Main street fourteen (14) feet and six inches; thence north to the north Hue of said lot; thence east fourteen (14) feet and six inches; thence south to the place of begin ning. Said premises being in the Second ward of said city. DANIEL W. FANNING. 4-ll-lS Notice. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of the Third ward of the city of Richmond, Wayne county, Indiana, that I, the undersigned, a male inhabi tant of the State of Indiana, and a con tinuous resident of Wayns township, Wayne county, Indiana, for more than ninety days prior to the time of the filing of said application, and a person over the age of 21 years, and a per son of good moral character, intend to apply to the board of county commis sioners of said county and state, at its next regular sassion, commencing up on the first Monday in April, 1907, for a license to sell intoxicating, spiritu ous, vinous and malt liquors in a less quantity than 5 gallons at a time, and permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in accordance with the provisions of an act of the General Assembly of tha state of In diana, approved March 17, 1873, and all amendments and additions thereto and all other laws of said state now in force in relation to said business. ' j I hereby state that I am and will bej the actual owner and proprietor of j said business, ana am not acting as the agent of aryther, and do not pro pose to and will not conduct said bus iness as agent or partner of another person. The precise location of the premises in which I desire to and will sell said intoxicating liquors should a license be granted me, are as follows, to-wit: Being tho south front room on the ground floor of a certain two-story brick building, and being room No. 16, on the west side of North Ninth street in the third ward ot the city of Rich mond, Wayne township, Wayne coun ty, Indiana, and which said brick building is situated on certain parcel of ground known as being a part of lot No. 150 in that" part of the city of Richmond laid out by Charles Yv. Starr, and being 41 feet and 6 inches to said North 9th street off the south side of said lot and running on the same width the length of said lot, be ing in the third ward of the cit- of Richmond, Wayne county, Wayns township. State of Indiana. CLARENCE W. JESSUP. i l-i If in need of a hog, sheep or cattle dipping tank, write before buying to the National Medical Co., Sheldon, la. Artificial gas. uiO few wentury fuel F.i ? t T i WANTED. WANTED A small flat wi?h bath; modern, or small house. Call P. A. Gray, phone 230. (s-il-St) WANTEDj A good strong boy at Hus-i son's grocery. p-17-3t WANTED At once, a midd! ligCd cr: to! mber-maid at thi Brunswick h!- WANTED A man with small famil; to work on email farm i.- per, Campbelistowii. O. R. I'. D. box 0. Stop 102 ij. (3lU2t) WANTED Girl to do general house-' woi call 313 N. 3 9th st. S12-7t WANTED Are you protected ag.in?!. FIRE or do you prefer to worry e ' ery time the FIRE BELLS ring, try-, ing to save a few dollars by e.ono- "raizing at the wrong end? P.titer j be on the safe side. Richmond In-1 surance Agency. Hans N. Roll, Mgr. 11 South 7th street. Tsl. No. 41. 31-tf WANTED To set in your house toe, . . , ., . , . . ., , , best kitchen cabinet on flic market i for the money. $1.00 down a:td $1.00 a month. Price $15.00. M. II. Mul holland, 52 South Eighth street. Home phone 907. 3-Ct WANTED MEN EVERYWHERE Good pay to distribute Circulars, adv. matter, tack signs, etc. No canvassing. National Adv. Bureau, Chicago. S13-3t WANTED Position to work by day. Call 27 North Seventh street, Nel lie Robertson. (s-16-2t) WANTED An apprentice girl at the Klute millinery company. North Eighth street. (s-16-lt) WANTED Carriage painters at Geo. W. Davis Carriage Co. (s-lG-2t) WTANT?t:D Boys to sandpaper gears and wheels at Geo. W. Davis Car riage Co. (s-lG-2t) WANTED Men to learn barber trad?. Few weeks-completes: ten po sitions for every graduate. $12 to $20 weekly. Wages while learning. Beau tiful 1907 catalogue just out mailed free. Write Moler Barbe College. Cincinnati, Otic. declS-tf WANTED Man with team and wagon to, sell a large line of medicines, ex tracts and spices direct to farmers by wagon. Write Dr. Masters" Rem edies, Sheldon, Iowa. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY An in come for the family; dividends that will please you; illustrated report with 40 photos, free. Address Inter national Lumber, Dresel BIdg., Phil adelphia, Pa. (s-16-lt) FOR SALS- Richmond property a specialty. fVloore&Ogborn T ft a f A r-1 -M W a. I m .a. Write Fire and Tornado Insur ance. We will bond you. Loan from $100 to $2,500. Phone Home 1539, Bell 53 R. ROOM 16 I. O. O. F. BUILDING. Schneider Carriage Factory. Bring In your Vehicles and have them repaired for the spring and summer. Rubber Tiring New work to order. All work guaranteed. 48 N. 8th St. V 1 Notice. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of the First Ward in the City of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, that I, the undersigned, a male person over the age of twenty-one years, and being of good moral character, and having been a continuous resident of Wayns Township in said County for more than Ninety Days next before this date, will apply to the Board of Commissioners of said County at their next regular term, commencing on the First Monday of April, 1907, for a license to sell intoxicating, spiritu ous, vinous and malt liquors in a less quantity than 5 gallons at a time with permission for the same to be drank on the premises where sold, in accord ance with the provisions of an act of the general assembly cf the State of Indiana, approved March 17th. 1S73. and all other laws regulating and re- j j stricting the sale ef such liquors. J : 1 be the actual and sole owner and proprietor of the said business should a license be granted to me, and that I am not acting and will not act as the agent or partner of another in the con duct of the same. The precise location of the room and premises where I propose to sell said intoxicating liquors, is as fol lows: Being the ground floor room front ing on south (ih street, extending from front west 45 feet, and being lo cated on lot No. 11 in that part cf the City of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, laid out by John Smith ami beixg commonly know as Xo. "4 South Cth street, and being in the first ward of said city. 11-1S-2-3 .w LOUIS B. WREDE. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Poi terfield, Kelly Block, Phone 1 tf s 1 j FOR SALE Building lots ; annex of Hooaicr Drill. near new Call 0- 17-7t North 12 th. FOR PALE Hot plate stove, two rocl-.lnc chairs, oiher household gooOs. Mnst be sold within 10 days, f Call "-27j North 14th street. 17-7t FOR SALE: John Rubicy 27 2t Brood sows cheao. Box 7 R. It. No. s. I FOR SALE Largo pl.-t of ground and ;.n eisht room frame house on ike Natftmal road, fronting Earl ham eararu:s. Tho home of tho Lit Dr. Pongan Clark, les A. Francisco. Inquire of Char ITtf of f.cit; half square from streetcar! line; reasonable. 422 Pearl street.! Phone 1491. (P-lG-6t; S-w-4t) V FOR SALE Bees and brand new hives for $2.00 to $1.00 each. Call ' 200 Kinsey street. P16-7t . . . . 4 . . I OR SALE This is ths time to buy. . , ,, . Here's a bargain. Rambler motor cycle at Henley's skate factory. Call and see it 9-7t FOR SALE I icechest, 2 rocking chairs, other small articles, must go by Saturday. 105 South 17th street. P14-at FOR SALE Complete butcher outfit. Call 1132 Main street. 19-tt FOR SALE Home made grape wine, Henry Posther, Boston pike. Rural route No. 2. P14-Ct FOR SALE A good vacant lot, 39x1 S2 Cheap if sold at once. Inquire "Janitor" city buildins PR FOR SALE OR RENT Small im proved farm, well located, oosses sion immediate. Apply to J. E. Moore, over G North 7th street, Richmond. 3-9-Gt FOR SALE All varieties of field and , garden seeds, sweet peas and nas turtiums. Runge & Co., 1G South 7th St.. phoues f0. 9-Gt FOR SALE Runge's pure old fash ioned buckwheat and pancake flour. Ask yo'jr grocers. Runge & Co., 1G S. 7tn Jtieet. 3-9-6t FOR SALE-r-New sek computing butchers scales with other fixtures. Call 1132 Main street 5-tf FOR SALE 120 egg Incubators; ad dress Mark Albertson, Economy, Ind. 3-6t FOR SALli The finest building lot in Richmond, located on the first square, south of Main street, on 2lst street. Siza 12G faet front by 163 feet deep. New cement curb and gutter and sidewalk. See Frank W. Clark, 321 North liih street. 9-14t FOUND A pocket Prayer Book; own er may have same by calling at 113 SCHOLL'S MEAT MARKET ha always on hand, all kinds of home Erown mcts, both fresh and cured. Give me your trade. I guarantee eatisf action; 421 Main Phone 1511. MONUMENTS AND MARKERS We have a large stock to select from. Prices reasonable. Richmond Marble and Granite Works., John Hallowell, Prop. 15 S. 10th. ii : ; 15 YEARS' SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS 4 SEE ME! I have for rent a good grocery stand, central, dwelling at- lacneu. aiso lor saie o iarms; can give possession. A number of In vestments, 12. Houses and lots as you pay rent. Also office of Infor mation private. That Morgan 8th and North E. sts. PHONE 794 for the best grades of COAL AND C0EE. A. HARSH COAL AND SUPPLY CO. FOR SALE BR0WNELL ENGINE. In good condition. Second-hand Well Machine, Fine Shape. JACOB KERN, 1st and Richmond At. DR. A. B. PRICE DENTIST 14 and 15 The Colonial.. Phone 681 Lady Assistant. DR.W. J. SMITH .. DEP3TIST.. S; 1103 Main Street, Groond Floor 'x x x x x s a s skk : The Morris Nursery for all kinds of Hardy Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Evergreens. E. H. BELL, Prop. Phone CC9. Nat. Read East. WM. WAKIHG PIcmber end Pas fitter Bicycles and Sandrifs"" Phone 1482. 406 Main St. ! 1 a a) aj aj a) 1 .If i-r South 3rd street. S16-2t FOUND Gold watch and fob at N. 10ih auvl B streets; owner enquire at Central Union Telephone office. FOR SALE Utility White Wyan dotte eggs 75c per 15; $1.25 per 30. Frank L. Waide'.c, 29 Division street. Richmond, lad. f-ll-7t ... - f FOR SALE Some good lots on west sae ot toitti i went j -iirst street. near A street. See Al. North Ninth street. 11. Hunt. 7 (s-ir.-St) FOR SALE Pure bred Bared Ply mouth Rock esgs. Dressed squabs. Phono 1. Chas. Nye, 41 South Twelfth street. (s lt-6t) Everrbody buyn rperty j WoodhurL ilS Malu St Telephona ! 9l. junei tf FOB RENT. i FOR RENT Business room, first floor, Newkirk building, 402 Main. Fire proof vault. Newkirk. 103 Kinsey street. Phone 310. 17 "t FOR RENT 3 to acres of garden lots. Call 690 North 19th street. 17-7t FOR RENT- street. -3 rooms, COO North 19tU 17"t FOR RENT New Modern flat, sec ond floor and bath, and one or two rooms, furnished or unfurnished t3 suit. Call at 312 North Ninth street at once. PIG-It FOR RENT Furnished room. Call, at 443 South Tenth street. Reference required. (s lt-7t) FOR RENT Lower flat at 22 North Eleventh street. - (s-14-2t) FOR RENT Lower flat of five rooms, 121 South Tenth street (s 12-5t) FOR RENT Furnished rooms, cleo trie light, steam heat, for geo'lemea only, at the Grand. 14 tf LOST. LOST Black and tan hound, year old. Return to Charles Tetnor, S19 South Sixth. (s-lG-lt) LOST Feather bed and pillow on North D" between 14th and Doran bridge. Reward, 10 Laurel street P14-3t STOLEN. . STOLEN-r-Overcoat off Glen Miller and Fairvlew car Thursday evening. Party taking coat kindly return same to street car office and avoid trouble. S-15-lt FOR SALE Nine room house, good barn, 2 acres of ground, lots of fruit, on good pike; easy payments, 5 per cent interest See AL. H. HUNT, 7 North Ninth Street. PENSION Attorney ana Notary Public. with an office on the first floor mt the Court House will sire you beet service In p.H pension matters Alonzo Marshall, Richmond. Ind. SPECIAL , Phone No. 936 Calls the Large Empire Moving Cars. AL WINTERSTEIN, Prop. 523 Main St. See our supply of new Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries. Second hand bicy cles for sale. Bicycle repairing a specialty. Also full line of second hand household Goods, Furniture, Car pets, Etc., at very low prices. W. F. BROWN, Home Phone 1778. 1030 Main St. FARNHAM ANTHRACITE COAL, EGO NO. 4. CHESTNUT. Both Phones 9. ZWISSLER'S HOME AEEY The Excellence cf our QUAKER BREAD la proven by the Increasing demand. The biggest and beet I loaf. Everything ele la our line la made to please. Pattern and Machine Work of All Kinds. STANDARD PATTERN MFO CO. llth and North E Streets. HUSKING SEAStI Is Hard on the Hands Petro-Pine Continent will keep the hands soft anS. free from cracks and seres. Half-pound box, 25c, at Druggists, Harness Dealers or by mall. Petro-PIne Co., Rich mond, Ind. iuviuuuuu tiuuumcui vu, 4 4 33 North Eighth St. Phone 1457 Richmond, Ind. 4 FOrJUKJEHTS And MARKERS Best Material and Workmanship. II. C. 1 1 ATT A WA Y, No. 12 North 6 th Street. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.