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THE RICTT3IOXD PATXADIU3I AXD STJX-TEIiEGRAM, SATUTtDAT, OCTOBER 19, 1907.
PAGE FIVE. AUTUWINTRABEGETS HELP OF WEATHER Under This Influence It Has Broadened and Collec tions Improve. COMMENT OF THE AGENCIES SPSRITS HAVE ADVANCED TO $1.35, THE HIGHEST PRICE THAT HAS BEEN PAID IN FORTY YEARS. New York, Oct. 30. R. G. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade today says: Autumn retail trade broadens under the stimulus of favorable weather and collections also improved. While re ports are almost unanimous regarding the satisfactory volume of retail dis tribution of seasonable goods, in other sections of commercial activity there is some Irregularity. Yet leading cit ies at the West and South find no re striction in supplementary orders at wholesale and jobbers report new lines for spring as well received. New York, Oct. 19. Bradstreet's says: "Trade, crop and industrial reports are rather more irregular. Interest as to distributive trade has now largely passed from the wholesale and jobbing branches to retail trade, the develop ment of which will be closely scrutiniz ed. So far reports are conflicting, being best In parts of the Northwest. Southwest and South, and relatively Blackest at the East, which, needs sharp .cold weather. "Jobbing business is fair as a whole, house trade being quiet, while filling in orders vary. The money stringen cy Is an additional feature which at tracts attention, affecting, as it docs, collections. As to collections, it may be said that holding of crops has been a subject o complaint from several points. Special note is made of a trlke on the levees at New Orleans, checking the movement of cotton. "Undiminished activity and strength are reported in the whisky trade at all ( markets. Spirits have advanced to $1.35, the highest in forty years." WHEAT IS BOUGHT OUT. High Price Is Getting It Onto the Market. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 19 The Modern Miller's crop outlook bulletin says: "The high prices ruling for wheat are bringing out deliveries of both soft and hard winter wheat in localities where farmers are through seeding. Most of the wheat is taken by interior mills and elevators whose stocks had run low." MAR KETS Richmond. PROVISIONS AT RETAIL. (By Bee Hive Grocery. Eggs, per doz 25c Creamery butter, per lb 37c Country butter . ..2Sc New apples, per peck 40 to 60c Cabbage, per head 6c New potatoes, .per bushel ........90c Oranges, per dozen 60c Lemons, per dozen 30 and 40c Bananas, per dozen 15 to 25c Onions, per peck 50c Leaf Lettuce, per lb 15c Head Lettuce, par bead... 10c Shelled Pop Corn, 10c lb.; 3 for 25c Prunes, per lb 10c to 20c Maple, per gallon (pure) Si. 40 New Honey, per lb 27c New Maple Sugar, per '.b 20c Green Onions, per bunco ...4 for 10c Spanish Onions, per lb.... 5c Green Peppers, per dozen 10c ' Radishes, per bunch S for 10c Cucumbers 10c; 3 for 25c Parsnips, 3 lbs for .......10c Cauliflower, per head ......15c Green beans, per M peck 10c Horseradish, per bottle 10c Lima Beans, per lb 18c Egg Plant 15c Nary Beans, per lb. 5o Cocoanuts, each .............. ...10o Dates, per lb. 10c Apricots, per lb. 25o Carrots (new) per bunch...... ....Be. ITS tra rtAt. IK ToVnv rrnA.'ViK ik Common to fair light helf Tokay Grapes per lb 15c j Bacon, per lb 25c j ",vuw Lard, per lb. 12Hc j COWS. Cured Ham. oer lb 16c Good to choice cows 3.75 4.35 Boiled Ham. per lb 40c Mushrooms 75c per lb.: 20c lb. Fresh tomatoes, per quarter pk..,10c Granulated Sugar, 25 lbs S1.35 A Sugar. 19 lbs. ... " 1.00 Watermelons .20 to 30o RETAIL FISH MARKET. Quotations furnished by the Sandus ky i-lsh Market) White fish, per lb. ..15c Red snapper, per lb i5c. Hallibut. per lb. . . .. .. . .15c. Cat fish, per lb. .. . .. r. . ,15c Pickeral. per lb. . .. i5c Trout, per lb 15t. Perch, per lb 10c. 3 for 25 Black bass 25 Multes. per lb 10c k for 25. Herring 15c MEATS AT RETAIL. (Furnished by Long Bros.) Chuck roast, per lb JOc Fresh pork, per lb 12H to 15c Pork chops, per lb 15c Lard, per lb. (under 5 lb lots) lc Lard per lb. (over 3 lb lots).... lie Bacon, per lb 16c to 18c Pork roast, per lb 15c Veal per lb 15 20c Fresh side pork, per lb. ......... 12 Vic Smoked ham (whole 18c Beef to boil, per lb 710c Porterhouse steak, per lb 15c j Smoked ham. sliced, per lb Fresh pan or link saee. oer lb. CHEESE PRICES. Neuschatel, tach EC ! imported 13wlss. per lb.. 4HC ' Brick, pei lb 22c Edam, each 11.00 Pinearple, each 5Sc Roquefort, per lb 60c Royal Luncheon. 10c 15c and 25c Sap Sage 10c Maple Loaf Cream, earn 10c Camenbert (cans) - 25c Dutch (cans) 40c FIELD SEEDS. (Paid by John H. Runge & Co. (Wholesale Prices. Recleaned Bases.) Clover Seed. Little Red. per du. 17.00 Clover Seed. Big English 7.00 Timothy Seed 2.10 2.20 RETAIL COAL PRICES. Anthracite J7.50 i Jackson 5.25 Pocahontas COO W inifred 4.50 ; Pittsburg 4.50 Hocking Valley 4.25 j Nut and Slack $3.00 j Coke G.00 Tennessee 5.00 Kanawna 4.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Pidd by Bee Hiv9 Grocery. Dressed Young chickens, per lb lCciricc- Old chickens, per lb 15c Turkeys, per lb 18c Ducks, per lb 13c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Prices paid by Bee Hive Grocery.. Creamery Butter, per lb :'!: Country butter, per lb 20';2-Ji: Eggs, per dozen L')j WAGON MARKET. (Paid by Omer Wbslan.i New Timothy, loose $13.00 New timothy I'baled) $14.0'j Mixed Timothy (newl $K!.O0 New Straw $ "a Corn G,"jc Mixed Oats 4;c White Oats -i."c New Clover hay, loose 10.00 New Clover hay, baled 1? 00 GRAIN MARKET. (By Richmond Roller Mills.) Wheat, per bushel 95c$1 .00 Corn, new 4Tc Corn, old Rye 60c SOc Oats 43c Bran $24.00 Middlings $26.00 RICHMOND LIVE STOCK. (Prices paid by Lon j Bros.) Hogs, 200 lbs. top, heavy $6.50 Cows, per lb 2c to avc Heifers, per lb., 3c to 4c Sheep, per lb '. 4Mc to 5c Choice butcher ateers, per lb... 5 to 6c Calves $4.50 6.50 Spring lambs, per lb &6c (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) CATTLE. Choice butcher steers.. .. 4.50 5.00 Bulls 3.00 3.25 Cows, common to good... 3.00Q1 3.50 Calves 6.50 7.00 HOGS. Hogs, heavy select packers 6.00 6.25 Hoga, 350 pounds, common and Rough 5.75 6.00 Hogs, 200 to 250 lb. av 6.40 6.50 WTOOL MARKET. Indiana Wool, per lb Western Wool, per lb , .2027c ; ,.182l)c I Indianapofis. Indianapolis, Oct. 19. STEERS. Good to choice. 1,300 lbs and upward $G.25 7.10 Common to medium, 1,30a lbs. and upward 6.CG 6.50 Good to choice, 1.1S0 to 1,250 lbs 6.00 6.55 Common to medium. 1,150 1,250 lbs 5.25 5.S5 Good to choice, 900 to 1.100 lbs 5.00 5.75 Common to medium, 900 to 1,000 lbs 4.25 5.10 Extra choice feeding steers 900 to 1,000 lbs .. ,. 4.50 5.00 Good feeding steers 800 to 1.000 lbs .00 4.50 Medium feeding steers. 700 3.50 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.25 5.00 to 9 u0 lbs Common to best stocketa HEIFERS. Good to choice heifers . . . iFair to medium heifers. 3.75 4.C0 Fair to medium cows .... 3.40 3.65 Canners and cutters .. .. 1.50 S.40 Good to choice cows and calves 30.00(9 50.00 Coiuinon to medium cows and calves 20.00 30.00 BULLS. Good to prime bulls 3.75 4.50 Fair to medium 3.25 3.50 Common 2.50 3.15 CAT VES. Common to best veals .... Fair to good heavy HOGS. Best heavies. 215 lbs and upward Medium and mixed Good to choice lights, 160 to ISO lbs 4.00 7.75 3.00 6.50 6.60 6.S0 6.50 6.70 6.55 6.70 Common to good lights 130 to 160 lbs 6.25 6.50 Best pigs 5.25 6.00 Light pigs 3.00 5.00 Rough 5.75 6.15 Bulk of sales O.oO C.70 SHEEP AND LAMRS. Common to medium.. .. 4.00 6.25 Good to choice lambs 6.25 6.75 Common to medium clipped lambs 4.00 6.tw Good to choice yearling... 5.00 5.25 4.25 4.75 3-00 5.25 Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Oct. 10. Hogs quiet; butchers and shippers $0.75; common $5 .iiA7. Cattle slow and weak; shippers $4.fi.Vf7.j..;r; common S2.'2.Vr 2S. Sheep steady; ?2.25rf o , lambs steady; .$4.y 7.75. East Buffalo. East Buffalo, Oct. 10. Cattle steady; calves ?:J.73f.y.. Sheep 5.k. Lambs $7,007?) 7.1."); yearlings H.&o'g 7.00; weath ers, 3.rK'l.".75. Hogs. 3.."(. Mixed medium and heavies $7(a7.10; york ers, $tf.90&7.00; pigs $J.5rtiO.Io. Chicago. (By A. T. White's Special Wire.) Indianapolis, Oct. 10. Wheat was exceedingly strong from start to finish today, rioting at three and three- eighths on December above yesterday's flose. The advanc e was due to expor- i tation demands and buying by the bull houses. Wheat kept corn and oats firm. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PrtOVISlONS ! Chicago, Oct. 19 Whea Doc May run T 9' 1 P.2 l')2'8 July 101 st Ccrn. ... n?; f,0; 02 or May (1908) fil July ei''i Oats. D. e . Ma. v July. f 1!" S) 4'J '.9' Pork. Jan . May. Jan. Nov. -May. Oct . Jan. May. . ir..so .10.22 . S.07 . 9.17 . .!". 1.".-0 i;.i:. S 07 0.2'1 :.i r. Lard. r'.ibs. 1 . 1 Sir, s o-, CHICAGO LiVE SOC" Chicago, Oct. 10. Hog receipts V. 000. .$'.. 1 0 C.r.o . '.1if(f 0.S0 . t..l "' C..S' . ('. Uri( (t.:; yearlings Light I feavy Mixed Rough Sheep receipts $.".40fft G.30; Iambs $1,731 7.40; cat- tie receipts 1.500. New York. NEW YORK STOCKS. (By Meyer & Kiser Special Vire diartapolis.) New York, Oct. 19. Good to cnoice sheep. Breeding ewes Open C"o Amal. Copper 46 41 C, M. & St. P IH14 110 Pennsylvania 116 115 Union Pac 115 113 Reading 84 83 U. S. Steel pfd 82 82 U. S. Steel com 22VS 2 Southern Pac 70 'z C9 Atchison 794 7S THE EXPIATORY DEAD. Inexplicable Fato of the Enemies of Dreyfus Revision. "Always the dead:" Reinach cried bitterly. "Whenever we tind a for gery, a crime, always It is st to the ae-'oimt of a dead man!" And he drew up a list, horrible in its eloquence, of the dead who strewed the dark path of this monstrous case of crime and cruelty and infamy. Yet j there had fallen so many of the eue- I mies of truth and justice tbat he might have called them the expiatory dead. ; Three I have told you of that poor ; wretch. Leiiiercier-Pieard. "found dead'' j In his room in the Rue de Sevres; Hen-1 ri, "found dead," with a closed razor j near by; Felix Faure, "found dead' i and smuggled into his palace. There were many others. Captain d'Attei, who claimed to have heard Dreyfus avow his guilt to Lebrun-Re-nault the day of his degradation, was l "found dead" in a railway train, his j corpse blue and already on the way to decomposition, though his journey had i lasted but an hour. This pretended ! confession, which Dreyfus never made, j D'Attei confided to his friend. Chaulin ' Serviniere. a member nf th ehnmhor ; of deputies. Now, the deputy took ! train one day to visit his home. An ; hour later he was "found dead" on the J railway tracks between two stations. An(1 Rocher of the prison guards, who j aiso claimed to have heard Dreyfus i say, "I am guilty, but I am not the ' only one:" died. nd to this day no one Knows wnere or now. it was as are hereby nounea mat tne noara or though eternal truth bad reached down Public Works of said city has fixed and slain this lie wherever it lifted its Friday. October 23th. 1907, as a date evil head. 'upon which remonstrances will be re- The prefect Barreme was summoned 1 ceived. or heard, against the amount to Paris by his government chief. He assessed against each pice of proper was "found dead" in his compartment ty described in said roll, and will de when the train arrived at the Gare St. termine the cuestion as to whether Lazare. Laurenceau, prefect of the such lots or tracts of land have been north, was called to Paris to give evi-1 or will be benefited in the amounts dence regarding the spy system on the i nPTred on said roll, or in a greater or uerman irontier. xnere was no acci dent on the journey. The next day he was "found dead" in his room at the Hotel Terminus. Lorlmer, one of Henri's most tire less agents of forgery and crime, was "found dead," hanged in a lonely barn; another, Guenee, was "found dead" on the floor of his room in Paris. Then there was Munier. His part in the con spiracy had been to falsify the mean ing of a cryptic telegram sent by Pa nizzardi to the Italian government, so that it affirmed the guilt of Dreyfus. And Munier was "found dead" in a railway train. Was it any. wonder the martvr's friends hppan tr Kf In thr!f mysterious and opportune deaths the work of an avenging desthj-? With grim emphasis Reinach declared, "De - cidement la fatalite est Dreyfusarde!" the very stars in their courses fought J against the lie. Vance Thompson in i Success Maeazlne. jllth day of Oct., 1907, they approved While a Chailey, England, laborer; an assessment roll showing the prima was in the act of yawning a wasp en- tered his mouth and stune bis tonsue. TEACHERS HEIR All ADDRESS BY COOK ! i Well Known Educator Speaks Before the Annual Octo ber Meeting. HIRAM HADLEY PRESENT. VAS ONE TIME SUPERINTEND ENT OF SCHOOLS IN WAYNE COUNTY ORGANIZED FIRST TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. The Wayne County Teachers' asso- ciation held its annual meeting in the high school auditorium today. The meeting was called to order by Pres ident V I). Cook cf Greenst'ork. Fol lowing votional exercises bv Presi dent Kelly of Karlham, Hiram I lad- i ley. one time Kiinrrinton'l.jnt of Wavne I county and now territorial superin tendent of New Mexico, was intro duced to the audience. Mr. Hadley tHii"itf. in W&yn; county in sT,a and org;-in i?,ol hero the first teachers' as f:.".tinn in the west in 1Mj3. Pie si- : e " t 'ol'.n V. Conk of the Illinois Norma! d'.'liverod the principal ..if tlio morninc. President is one "f th? foremost educators erica today. ('.ok addresJ3i.l the association this ;.f; I'T'.toon on "Some Ten- .S t :: e ' (..-.!. i A: : Dr. ?: -i ri i i1 ! n e : o to Morlern laucation. HEAVY FR3STJLAST NIGHT Damage Is Reported to Some Venetation. That winter is only n few weeks off. as brought forcibly to the minds of ilkhkiond's populace, when this morn ir.,; they aro.-c and found frost every v.l.rre. It wa.s the heavist fros;t that 1 ps frllen this yrar, and much damage was do n?. . is asserted. ' Ylie late garden vegetables, in which so ir.iicit pride has been taken, were v. iltcd. while damage was done to all ...ntdoor flowers. The corn crop was :;4i;:h:!y affected, although if Is thought 1 ! it has matured to such an extent that it is no damaged greatly. Deaths and Funerals. TtTSWORTH Friends desiring to view the remains of A. D. Titsworth may do so at the home of Allen Jay, corner of National Avenue and- West Eighth street, this afternoon and even ing up to 9 o'clock. Funeral services will h3 held at East Main street Friends' church at 2:30 Sunday after noon. The Happy Family Circle. Father fand mother, ri-'crs and brotners, soon jst to know one another's intimate affairs, and ttia little bowel and liver disturbances soon be come household comment. It is well to retcera t)er that in constipation and iudigestion. srr c'her troubles of t.ie s'omach. liver and bowel n quick cure caa be bat! by t'.'t: uso ot Dr. Cai; S'-H's Syrup I'opMrs. '1' Wr it tonight and yci will feel perfect!; wri' in tisa morning. PliCi nily 50 ceut3 ."" ' - : Her Vaulting Ambition. "The height of my ambition," sa li the woman who hasn't always h.ul to work, but has to now, "is to make so much money that I won't have to rec ogrnize every piece of lingerie I possess. I want to have so many pieces of ev erything tbat I can take up. say, a skirt to put it on and won't know li is mine because I have had to wear it over and over about a hundred times New York Press. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Pubiic Works. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind., October ISth. 1907. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. Indiana, that on the ISth dav of October. 1907, they approved an as sessment roll showing the prima facie assessments for the following described public improvement, as au thorized by the Improvement Resolu tion named: ! 1 mprovement Resolution No. 114 1907, Providing for the improvement or orth Ninth (9th) street, bv the con- . struction of cement sidewalks on both pides thereof from North "A" street to "Elm Place." i Persons interested in or affected by said described public improvement iless sum than that named on said roll. i Said assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of property subject to be assessed, is on file and may be eeen at the office of the Board of Public Works of sajd city. CLIFTON W. MERRILL. WATSON P. O'NEAL. B. B. JOHNSON. lS-6t Board of Public Works. CITY ADVERTISEMENT. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS j Office of the Board, ' RicLmond, Ind., Oct. 1 4th. RXI7. ; TO WHOM. IT MAY CONCERN: ' Notice is hereby riven hv th Board of Fublic Works of the City of Rirhmnnd Indiana that r,r. tv, facie assessments for the following ! described public improvement, as au - i -- El CM IF 7 INSERTIONS FOR 1 1 Fcr Rent, For Sale, Hsilp Wanted, Lest, Etc., nd &E! classified es. pertaining to business, Gnehzlt cent a word. "Found" itd "Situation Wanted" are Free. TeEegrami and the horning Mail Edition with cut extra charf e, NO CLASSIFIED V ANTED. WANTED Men to loam barber trade, f-.w wei'ks completes, CO chairs on isiantiy bufy, licensed instructors, tools Riven, diplomas granted, waj; es Saturdays, positions wattine; wonderful demand for graduates; write lor catalogue. Mok-r v College, Cincinnati, O. WANTED A situation by youni lady in good family; answer to "Z", I care of Palladium. IS-'ji ! WANTED Girl for hous i work at 10 2i once; 205 N. 9th street. WANTED - Two young men of good addre?s. Call at the Singer store. ."iO Main zt. 15-:U W A V T iv 11 I (o v of 1.; or 17 nt S;irr ni- ano works. Ai.nlv to W. Erk. " IS- t WANTED-Roomers and boarders at 27 N. nth St. is-::t WANTED Hoarders: in pood modern home. Call "o. Richmond ave. IS 'Jt WANTED- n errand boy at Nicho!- son Printing - Mfg. Co. Opportuir. ; JL1.?..1!1 i rade- 1V?5', WANTED Position as housekeeper. Address "O." care Palladium. lS-''tj I WANTED Rovs svi pvnerienced men1 in covering department. J. M. Hut-; ton & Co. 17-ot WANTED A second hand base burn er in good condition. '.' S. nth. 17-Ct WANTED Boys and experienced men in covering department. J. M. 1 1 tt t ton & Co. 17-.lt WANTED Position ns doctor's assist ant or office girl. Address "M" care Palladium. 17-Ht WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Will equip shop for you or furnish positions. Few weeks c.tmj-lets Constant practice, careful instruc tions, tools given, Saturia? wags. diplomas granted. Writs for cata logue. Moler Barber College, Cin cinnati, Ohio. !-t.f WANTED Your carpets, ru.us r.nd up nolstery to clean; Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phones, Home, SIC: Bell 295R. 24tf DISTRIBUTERS WANTED Every where. $2o to $30 made weekly, dis tributing circulars, samples, over seeing gen'l adv'g. Experience not needed. No canvassing, ste;-.d. Add) ess Reliable Adv. Bureau, How land Block, Chicago. 19-lt FOR CONVENIENCE of the constantly Increasing number of Classified Advertise ment patrons In the Palladium and Sun-Telegram, we have ts tabMshed the following sv.b stations, at any one of which Classified Advertisements may be left and will be forwarded to this office. E3Et tnd Toler's Drug Store, Cor. loth and Mair. Streets. Howell's Grocery. Cor. C and North 18th Streets. West Richmond Geo. Ehofer, grocer, cor. West 3rd and Main Street3. Harry Hasel tine, grocer, 257 North West nrd Street. Fairview J. J. Mulligan, gro cer. l021 Sheridan Street. Ncrth of Ra;lw3y--Norris and Sons, Grocers. 725 N. 10th otreet. South of M?ir. Strtet Bowing Bros., Grocers. 53-r S. E street. thcrizf-d by the Improvement Resolu tion named: Improvement Resolution No. 108-1907 Pioviding for the improvement ct South "I" street, by gracing, graveling and bouldering the roadway froui South Sixth street to Liverty avenue. Persons interested in or affectt-d by said described public improvement are hereby notified that the Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Wednesday. Oct. 2Srd, 19-7. as a date upon which remonstrances will be re ceived, or heard, against the amount assessed against each piece of prop erty described in said roll, and will t determine the question as to whether such lots or tracts of land have been i or will be benefited in the amoun's named on said roll, or in a greater or less sum than that named on said j roll. Sa!3 assessment roll showing said prima facie assessments, with the names of owners and descriptions of i property subject to be assessed, s on file and may be seen at the office ' of the Board of Public Works of said city. CLIFTON W. MERRILL. I WATSON P. O'NEAL. ! B. B. JOHNSON, Board of Public Works. ;iu;t ?EI!SEH ITS J mm i THE PRSCB OF S ADS CHARGED FEMALE HELP WANTED. WAXTir.) -Women to know Queen VJalni cures their peculiar ailments ! and irregularities. 5end 1 cents for en ilajs' trial treatment. Ad dr ss Lock Box -Jh'l, Indianapolis. Ind. 1!-Tt FOR SALE. Real esta.e and merchandise stocks. Porterfield. Kelly block. 7-tf FOR SALE o acres, good house and hum on traction line, 170 fruit trees. See me quick. Al H. Hunt. 7 X. Uh. 19-3t PJIt SALE OR TRADE Carriage and double set. of harness; call 1022 S. C street. 19-7t EOR SALE-Rase burner cheap, 112 lS-'.'t Royer street. FOR SALE -Two fresh cows, and 'Si ihoufar.d pound steers. Come and see them. Alfred T'nderhill. 11S N. F. St. is--:t I FOR SALE--Concord phaeton, cheap. -!o7 N. 17 St. 17-Tt FOR "RALE " Twent loth" CenVAry soft coal burner, almost new. Cheap if sold at once. Call at -K'l S. nth St. 17-.'rt . FOR SALE-To quit business. Wagon, wood stock, consisting of rims, spoiies. snalis, axles, tongues, tools, etc. Oldest shop and best location in city. Low Main street. rent for hop ::o i ic-7t FOR SALE Our Ford demonstrate car at a discount if sold at once. Richmond Automobile Agencv, Auto! Inn. 13-7t FOR SALE Or Rent, 7 room house, 1 'i acres, both kinds water, plenty fruit, on West 5th St. Inquire till S. D street. i3-7t POil SALE Onions, Spanish and j nveis. $1.0o j or buahei. Fied Board, Economy. Ind. 11-fU FOR SALE Roof and Bridge pa; at. guaranteed fcr five years Retails al wholesale prie. Clendenin & Co.. 25" Ft. Wayne 'aveiit'c. Both phones. ml -Smo-wed sat-wky FOR SALE Poland china male pigs; Sam Myers, R. R. 4, phone K03-D. 2:-2St Everybody buys property from Wcjdhurst. 91K Main St. Telephone 491. JuneTi tf FOR SALE OR REN'l Good farms, city properties, also best accident ami heaith insunv.ce. W. II. Pen ny, room 16 I. O. O F. Bidg.. phone If.!??. 27-tf FOR SALE Improved farms of all kinds, witfit. a radius of 15 miles of j Richmond at pi Ices from $10 to $100 j per acre. J. E. Moore, over 6 North j Seventh street. Richmond. Ind. S-tf ! J MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C. E j Bradbury. Mgr. S3 North Sth Street. PHOTOGRAPHER. F. J. PARSON'S, Ieadin? Photograph it, 04 Main street. Phone o03. OSTEOPATHY. DR. TOWNSEND. Nortn 9th and A. Lady assistant. Phone 13D0. FINANCIAL orv Loaned. Low Rates, easy terms. Thompson's I.nar nnd Real Estate A?pnrv w,filp I stairs, 710 Main street. Phone 40S. wec-rnur.fri-sat-tf C, C. & L. R. R. (Effective April 7th. 1907.) EASTBOJND. Ko.l No.3 No.31 No.3 5 a.m. . dS:35 ..12:50 ... 1:44 .. 2:41 p m. 9:30 2:05 2:59 3:67 f.:15 a.m. 88:33 4:40 5:37 6:40 S05 p.m. 9:30 6:00 7:05 8:10 S:35 Lv. Chicago Ly. Peru . . Lv. Lv. Lv Ar. Marion . Muncie .. Ri.'bm'd.. 4 05 CIn'U 6:35 p m. 7:30 10:25 am. p.rri. WESTBOUND. No.2 No.4 Nc.32 No.6-4 a ex. p.m. a.m. .d:40 .OO 8S:40 p.m 10:55 11:22 1".55 6:3C 12:17 12:45 12:17 8:00 . 1:19 1:44 1:19 9:00 . 2:25 2:4i 2:25 10:00 6:40 7:C0 9:23 7:00 Ly Cln'tl .. Lv Richm'd. Lv. Muncie.. Lv. Marlon . Lt. IJeru . . . Ait. Chicago p.m. am. p m vra Dally. d-Dally Except Sunday, e Sunday Onl. Through Vestlbuled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati or our own rails. Double dally service. Through Sleepers on trains Nos. 3 and 4 be- FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished front room. 225 North 10th street. 19-3t FOR RENT Two houses, one strictly up to date, rooms. On the corner of Second and South A Sts. Call by phone or at my house. AlfreJ Underhill. lS-'it ,R RENT New house, t rooms, ?K'i South 10th. Call 5 N. 8th St. 18-2t FX)R REN. S. Sth St. -Five to 7-room flat. 534 IS tf FOR RENT Store room and dwemu rooms, above No. 4M N. Sth St., sec ond door from engine house. Call at '214 Ft. Wayne ave. lS-St FOR RENT Five rooms and a bath, both kinds water, electric light, gas. Cheap to small family. 44 S. 21st St. lS-St FOR RENT 'iO acre farm, fruit poul try and garden. Cash rent. Call D. M. Mohler. New Paris, O., or Ihone 50. 17-7t FOR RENT Small house on North i;:th, newly papered $7.(X. Call at 12h N. G or phone l.02. 17-St FOR RENT Large furnished room, electric light, heat and bath. 220 N. 12th St. 15 tt FOR RENT Furnished room, heat .... A .n.v. II ft and Datn. i. iu. " " FOR RENT Furnished rooms; 328 North 10th Btreet. 11-1U FOR ;.NT Apartment i Wavne. Louck A Hill. In The 10-tt FOR RENT Three unfurnished roomi above IS North Sth St. Apply 913 Main street. 3Wf LOST. LOST A bunch of keys containing seven keys, a shoe buttoner and a bottle opener, on Main street, or la Glen Miller Park; return to Pallid, ium office and get reward. l-7t LOST About two weeks ago, a ladies gold watch with a leather chain; call at 204 N. Sth street; reward. 13-2t IX)ST Rlack silk velvet hat with long black breast, between 220 N. 12th and N. lOth and A streets. Return to "nO N 12th. Liberal reward. lS-2t UNDERTAKERS. WILSON & POIILMEYER, No. 18 N. 10th btrceL rrlvate amHilanca. DOAN & KLUTE. Undertakers. 14 South Sth St Both Phones 36. MISCELLANEOUS DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING. Mrs. Rallio Colglazler. corner Ran dolph and West First. Furs cleaned and remodeled; also dressmaking and tailoring; satisfaction guaran teed. 9t i - - FOR PILE-DRIVING bridge building. anu ieiuiuus, . w.-w. YOUR HANDS kept soft and vel vety and free from crscks and sores during summer work by using Petre Pine Cold Cream Ointment. For sals , by all c'roggists. REAL ESTATE AL II. HUNT. Real estate, 7 N. th stret. Phone 877. R. L. MORE. Real Ettate. Accident In surance and colection: 14 N. Oth. FIRE INSURANCE Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr., representing the oldest and strongest fire companies, 716 Main, Telephone 1620. 14-tf SCHOOL. SCHOOL Cheapest and best school of short Land. Mrs. W. S. Hiser, S3 S. RJiu St. Phone 577. You can enter any time. 21-tf DYEING AND CLEANING. DYEING. Cleaning. Pressing. Goods called for and delivered. Twentieth Century Dye Works. Rohe & Hill. Prop's.. 1011 Main JL LAUNDRY. S e : c Tan " h e : i p ini !key uu h a p p y hoiv estly we Laundry. can. Richmond Steam BAKERIE8. MEYERS' BAKERY. Bread. Pies and cakes. 17 Richmond ave. Phone 1603 UNDERTAKERS. 11. R. Downing & Son, 16 N. 8th st. 12sept6mo For a Little Cash. And easy payments per mo. Can sell a 2 room house for $500; a 5 room house fcr JS50; a 7 room house for 11.300; a 5 room house for f 1,200; want j cash to loan on good titles: have cash i to loan on good titles. S. K. Morgan. tween Chicago and Cincinnati. Local sleeper between Muncie. Marlon, Pe ru and Chicago, handled In trains Not. 5 and C, between Mun'ie ana Peru, tbece trains Nos. 3 and 4, betweea Peru and Chicago. For schedules, rates and further information call on or write, C. A. BLAIR. P. & T. A-, Richmond. Ind. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed and duly qualified as executor of the last will and testament of Mary Uphaus, de ceased, late of Wayne County, Indiana. Said estate is supposed to be solv ent. HARMON UPHAUS, Executor. Wm. H. Kelley, Atty. dly octl9-26-nov2 The NaorlM Or Life, lafants od children re constantly oeediag a, laxative. It Is import nt to know what to fire 'beta. Tfceir stomach and boweU are sot 'jtobz aouyh for salts, purgative waters or cathartic pins, powders or tuiets. Give them a mild, lesfant. srectie, laxative tonic like Dr. Cakl 'eil's Srmp Pepsin, which sells at tt J small cm of 5i cents or SI at dm? stores. It it the ne great remedy for yoc to have ia toe botiae to ve children w' - ' ' ' ' PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.