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THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 190?. ---- FflEI III 7 INSERTIONS FOR 1 imm F0E1 For Uent. For Sale. Heln Wanted. Lost. Etc.. r ' ' ' and all classified ads. pertaining to business, one-half cent a word. "Found" and "Situation j Wanted" are Free. All Classified Advertisements appear in both the evening edition off the Palladium and Sun t Telegram and the Morning 'Mail Edition with- out extra charge. NO CLASSIFIED WANTED. FOR SALE. WANTED The lady who got coat Reai estate and merchandise stocks, through mistake at Red Mens hall Porterfield. Kelly block. 7-tf Friday afternoon please call Bell phone 273 R, or 203 N. 8th St. 20-lt FOR SALE Household furniture, WAWED-GIrl to help take care of cheap' Call 221 Richmond Ave children; one on west side pre- f erred; 326 Pearl street. 20-2t FOr SALE Registered Jersey young WANTED Men to learn barber trade, bull, Brown Bessie stock. This few weeks completes, 60 chairs con- stock is noted as the best of batter stantly busy, licensed instructors, makers. H. J. Malone, Route No. 2, tools given, diplomas granted, wag- Telephone 4025 E. 20-7t fcs Saturdays, positions waiting; uronderful demand for graduates; FOR SALE At your price, bicycle, rite for catalogue. Moler Barber new tires, 22 inch. Also piano. Call College, Cincinnati, O. and make offer Sunday at 33 N. 2nd St. Richmond. 20-lt WANTED A situation by young lady in good family; answer to "Z", FOR SALE Convenient house, large car of Palladium. 18-3 j lot, price reasonable, 332 Randolph St. 202t WANTED Girl for housework at once; 205 N. 9th Btreet. 19-2t FOR SALE We have a bargain in a ' . , ; 5 room house, electric light, gas and WANTED Two young men of good " t,- ' m iKn 4 . water. Lot 44x160. Price $1,450. address. Call at the Singer store, 1 500 Main st. lMt Bal1 & PeltZ' 8 & 10 lV lth StJ0.?t WANTED Boy of l lor 17 at Sarr pi- FOR SALE 5 acres, good house ano works. Apply to W . Erk. 181 and bam m traction Hne 170 fruit WANTED Roomers and boarders at trees. See me quick. Al H. Hunt. 27 N. 9th St. 18-3t 7 N. 9th. 19-3t WANTED-An errand boy at Nlchol- FOR SALE OR TRADE Carriage and son Printing & Mfg. Co. Opportuni- double set of harness; call 1022 S. ty to learn trade. lS-tf c Btreet- 121 WANTED Position as housekeeper. FOR SALE Concord phaeton, cheap. Address "O," care Palladium. 18-3t 407 N. 17 St. 17-7t WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Will equip shop for you or furnish positions. Few weeks completes Constant practice, careful instruc tions, tools given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted. Write for cata logue. Moler Barber College, Cin cinnati, Ohio. 4-tf WANTED Your carpets, rugs and up holstery to clean; Richmond House Cleautns Co. Phones, Home, S16: Bell 395R. 24tf FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED Women to know Queen Balm cures their peculiar ailments and irregularities. Send 10 cents for ten days trial treatment. Ad dress Lock Box 451, Indianapolis, Ind. ll-7t FEMALE HELP WANTED -Ladies or girls everywhere to copy adver tisements for us at home; salary 30c. per hour in advance; spare time; no fake; no canvassing or dollar required. Particulars for stamp. Zeck Pill Co., Morristown, N. Y. 20-lt STRAYED. KoW'OR STRAYED A light bay horse with four white feet, star on forehead and about 1100 pounds weight Finder please notify W. A. S. Dickson, 229 Central Ave., Rich mond, Ind., and get reward. 20-2t R. I MORE. Real Estate. Accident In surance and colection; 14 N. 9th. FIRE INSURANCE Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr., representing the oldest and strongest fire companies, 716 Main, Telephone 1620. 14-tf 8CH00L. SCHOOL Cheapest and best school of hort hand. Mrs. W. S. Hiser, 33 S. 13tn 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. We can help make you happy hon estly we can. Richmond Steam Laundry. FOR CONVENIENCE of the constantly increasing number of Classified Advertise ment patrons in the Palladium and Sun-Telegram, we have es tablished the following sub stations, at any one of which Classified Advertisements may be left and will be forwarded to this office. SufoStations. East nd Toler's Drug Store, Cor. 15th and Malt. Streets. Howell's Grocery. Cor. C and North 18th Streets. West Richmond Geo. Shofer. grocer, cor. West 3rd and Main Street3. Harry Hasel tine, grocer, 257 North West 3rd Street. Falrvlew J. J. Mulligan, gro cer, 1021 Sheridan Street North of Railway Norris and Sons, Grocers. 725 N. 10th Street. South of Main Street Bowing Bros., Grocers, 535 S. E street EITilEiEIT TP THE PRICE OF 5 T : X ADS CHARGED wood stock, consisting of rims, spokes, shafis, axles, tongues, tools, etc. Oldest shop and best location in city. Low rent for shop 304 Main street. 10-7t FOR SALE Poland china male pigs; Sam Myers, R. R. 4, phone 803-D. 25-28t Everybody buys property from Woodhurst, 918 Main St. Telephone 491. JuneS tf FOR SALE OR RENT Good farms, city properties, also best accident and health insurance. W. M. Pen ny, room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg., phone 15S9. r-tf FOR SALE Improved farms o all kinds, within a radius of 15 miles of Richmond at prices from $40 to $400 per acre. J. E. Moore, over 6 North Seventh street. Richmon'd. Ind. 8-tf MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C. E. Bradbury, Mgr. 23 North 8th Street. PHOTOGRAPHER. F. J. PARSONS. Leading Photograph er, 704 Main street. Phone 563. OSTEOPATHY. DR. TOWNSEND. Norm 9th and A. Lady assistant. Phone 1396. LOST. LOST About two weeks ago, a ladles' gold watch with a leather chain; call at 204 N. 8th street; reward. 19-2t LOST Small purse containing key and small change. Return to 216 N. 8th St. 20-lt LOST A child's fur on Liberty pike or the state line road. Please re turn to 310 S. 7th St. 20-lt UNDERTAKERS. WILSON & POHLMEYER. No. 15 N 10th street Private ambulance. DOAN & KLTJTE. Undertakers. 14 South 8th St Both Phones 36. MISCELLANEOUS DRESSMAKING AND Mrs. Sallle Colglazler, dolph and West First, and remodeled; also TAILORING corner Ran- Furs cleaned dressmaking and tailoring; teed. satisfaction guaran- 9-14t FOR PILE-DRIVING, bridge building, and repairing, see M. T. Crook. oct 6-30t YOUR HANDS kept soft and vel vety and free from cracks and sores during summer work by using Petro Pine Cold Cream Ointment. For sale by all druggists. REAL ESTATE AL H. HUNT. Real estate, 7 N. 9th stret. Phone 877. BAKERIES. 1 I V. 1I0 T a r r T . X w T-fc , caiets. 17 Richmond ave. Phone ltd I UNDERTAKERS. X H. 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 for $850; a 7 room house for $1,300; a b room house for $1,200; want cash to loan on good titles; have cash to loan on good titles. S. K. Morgan. ml VA7 IUJ FOR RENT. FOR RENT 6 room house, electric light, water and gas, for careful people, no children preferred. Rea sonable rent. 519 N. D St. 20-lt FOR RENT Furnished front room, 223 North 10th street. 19-3t FOR REN Five to 7-room flat. 334 S. 8th St. 18-tf FOR RENT Five rooms and a bath, both kinds water, electric light, gas. Cheap to small family. 44 S. 21st St. 18-3t FOR RENT 60 acre farm, fruit poul try and garden. Cash rent. Call D. M. Mohler, New Paris, O., or phone 50. 17-7t FOR RENT Large furnished room, electric light, heat and bath. 220 N. 12th St. 15-tf FOR RENT Furnished room, heat and bath. 30 N. 12th. 14-7t FOR RENT Furnished North 10th street. rooms; 326 ll-14t FOR .;NT Apartment Wayne. Louck & Hill. in The lo-tf FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms above 18 North 8th St. Apply 913 Main street. 25-tf MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., Oct. 19. Will Cooney Is quite ill with grip. Mesdames Oliver Ferguson, L. W. Beeson, Richard Sills and Mallnda Barton visited Chas. and Will Beeson near Bentonville, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Herr of near Harrisburg. who have been visiting Miss Babarra Kern and Mrs. Stover, have returned. Misses Miriam Parkins, Rea Wag ner and Cleo Ward and Messrs. Carl Williams, Andrew Kerber and Watson Faucett attended an ice cream and oyster supper at Bentonville Friday evening. Mrs. Ernest Doty has returned to her home in Indianapolis. Her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Halo ac companied her home to spend Sun day. Miss Nellie Ward is visiting rela tives in Brookville. Miss Louise Mueller of Indianapolis is home to spend Sunday with her sister Miss Katherine Mueller. Mrs. Roy Mills and son Marvin of near Straughn is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ferris. Mrs. L. H. Warren and daughter Lida have returned from a several weeks' visit at St. Louis, Mo. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., Oct. 10. Mrs. Lucinda Prltchard, who has been ill at her home In East Cambridge for the past year, was taken to East Haven for treatment Wednesday. Philip Miller of near Jacksonburg, has purchased the Forest Monger prop erty, opposite the school house. Con sideration, $1,450. The Misses Shiloh Van Meter enter tained several friends to a pedro party at their home on West Church street last evening. Mrs. Joseph Wallick and daughter, Mrs. J. H. Harper, spent yesterday aft ernoon at East Germantown, the guest of Mrs. Wills. Miss Gaynell Hageman is visiting friends and relatives at Indianapolis for several days. COLLEGE CORNER, IND. College Corner, Ind., Oct. 19 Frank Linderman and wife were at Rich mond, Sunday. Will Harris and family, James Ly- boult, wife and son, Lyman, took din ner with Laura Pike and family. Sun day. , Frank Linderman ana family are moving to their new home near Green sfork. Senaah Mull and family spent Sun day with Frank Eliason and wife. John Boyd and wife were at Greens fork Saturday night and Sunday. Charles Davis has been sick for sev eral days. Lemuel Foland is attending the Jamestown exposition. Mrs. Waltz of Greensfork, was the guest of her brother, Charles Kepler, Sunday. James Martin and family were at Chester visiting friends. C, C. & L. R. R. (Effective April 7th. 1907.) EAST BOUND. No.l No.3 No.31 No.3-5 a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Lt. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Chicaco Peru . . Marion. Muncie dS:35 9:30 s8:35 12:50 2:05 4:40 9:30 6:00 7:05 8:10 9:35 1:44 2:41 2:59 5:37 3:57 6:40 5:15 805 7:30 10:25 a.m. p.m. Richm'd.. 4 05 Cin'tl 6:35 p.m. WESTBOUND. Ko.2 No.4 Nc.52 No.6-4 a m. p.m. a.m. d5:40 9.00 s8:40 p.m. 10:55 11:22 19:55 6:3C 12:17 12:45 12:17 8:00 1:19 1:44 1:19 9.0C 2:25 2:45 2:25 10:00 6:40 7:00 9:20 7:00 Lr Cin'tl .. Lv Richm'd. Lv. Muncie.. Lv. Marlon . Lv. -eru . . . Axr. Chicago cm. a.m. p m .ra d-Daily Except Sunday. Daily s 'Uiday Onl '..Through Vestibuled iTalns hetween icago &nd Cincicnr.tl our owi ' Double daliy service Through wers on trains Nds 3 and 4 be trttl .Chicaso and Cimtnnati. I.ocal f r between Muncie. Marlon. Pe I ' Chicago, handled in trains Nob t between Mun:ie ana Peru, tl ns Nos. 3 and 4, between Pe. - . - Chicago. Fg? t " riales, rates and further Inforc " on or write, A TJUR, P. & T. ' . Bichmoad. Ind. t 7: ECONOMY, IND. Economy, Ind., Oct. 19 Mrs. Mary Franklin was visiting in Lynn recent ly. Rhesa McGunnigill visited her sis ter, Mrs. Earl Cain. Wednesday. Grace Moore of Modoc is visiting her sister, Mrs. Miller, near Carlos City, this week. Joseph Lamb attended Worth Os born's sale near Winchester Thursday. Mrs. Mabel Gwin and daughter were visiting Mrs. Glennie Lamb, Thursday. Albert Chamness and Harry Macy were at the Osborn sale, Thursday. Vaugh Chamness was the guest of the Retz family, Wednesday night. Rebecca Edwards, who suffered a paralytic stroke some days ago, is not any better. Blanche Fennimore was at the Ed wards home Thursday. Mrs. Emma Hiatt. Mrs. Ellen Clark, Mrs. Jennie Scantland and Whlttier Beard were in Richmond Thursday. Charles Williams of Muncie, spent Friday here. Dr. McKinnon of Losantville was here Friday. John Osborn of Richmond, was here visiting relatives Friday. Mrs. Aaron Bowman is still quite sick. Miss Dora Peirce entertained at din ner Friday Mrs. Emily Adamson tf Muncie, Mrs. Hulda Haxton and Miss Gail Haxton of Economy. Harry Buntln of Richmond was here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Swain and daugh ter Mildred, arrived from Richmond Friday. William Swalm made a business trip to Richmond Friday. Allie Peirce has sold his town prop erty. Frank Bly has been looking for a lo cation at Muncie, Marion and Ander son. He will make the latter city his home. Mr. and Mrs. John Seagrave of Win chester, visited relatives here Saturday. J. B. Stanley was in Winchester Thusday. Rev. Hannah Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peirce were visiting Rebec ca Edwards Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin were in Richmond Friday. Rev. Thomas Jordan is here with in tention of buying property. Francis Lindsey entertained two of her girl friends, Louise Maning and Miss Mendenhall. Herman Lamb worked in Greensfork last week. John Lumpkin of Farmland, was here Thursday. Miss Edith Lamb was in Greensfork Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Cromer, Jr., of Hagerstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Cromer, Sr., Mrs. Nora Stamm, Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Adamson Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bly and children took dinner with the Fraiser family Saturday. Mr. Frank Gardener came up from Vichmond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fraiser and two daughters, Jennie and Bessie, took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Elim Osborn and daughter Daisy, Sunday. Deck Haxton spent Friday in Rich mond. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hiatt made a trip to Richmond Saturday. Prof. Moore's wife spent the week here with him. Miss Blanche Fenimore entertained Mildred and Pauline Hiatt of Moore land, Saturday. Mrs. Marsh Lindsey entertained her two sisters, Mrs. Wiggins and Mrs. Burris of Losantville Friday. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown, Ind., Oct. 19. Mrs. Ka tie Warner returned to her home at Sharpsville, Ind., Friday evening, aft er a week's visit with Rev. Sylvester Billheimer and wife. David Niccum went to Indianapolis Friday and accompanied Marvin Chamness, wife and daughter Grace, here. They will remain here until Mr. Chamness's health is improved. Dr. F. C. Lamar made a business trip to Indianapolis Friday. John T. Ieavell has purchased a half interest in the livery and feed stable from Thed. Sells. Elmer Brock left Friday evening for New Orleans, where he has been en gaged by a Mr. Jones as a jockey. Allen Fouts made a business trip to New Castle Friday. Mrs. Nelson Thornburg and Chas. Thornburg and daughter, La Verne, went to Muncie Saturday morning to visit until Tuesday with Noble Thorn burg and family. Mrs. John T. Leavell and daughter Mary Winogene, spent Saturday and Sunday with Daniel Bowman's near Petersburg. Laurence and Harry Rhinehart will entertain a number of young people at their home east of town, Saturday night. Chas. Frieman of Union City, was the guest of Miss Rachel Anderson Thursday evening. Mrs. Johns of Lynn. Ind., came Tnursday evening to visit her grand son, Clifford Cooper and wife, recently moved here from Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Williams spent Thursday night at New Castle. Mr. Williams attended a meeting of the Elks. N Judge Shively and wife of Wabash. Ind., came Thursday evening to visit Mrs. Letitia Shively and family. Lewis Bowman and John Macy made trips to Richmond Thursday. Elof Jenson of Chicago came Thurs day evening to visitJiis sister, Mr-?. H. W. Allen and hvsband. Dr. Allen. Mrs. Clara Brant and Mrs. Pleas Davis drove to Batson cemetery Thurs day afternoon. A very nice monu ment has been placed by relatives it the grave of Mrs. Josephine Peed, their sister. Mrs. Samuel Gephart and nephew, Mac Ford of Richmond, were gue6ts of Chas. Horine and wife, Thursday. Mac is home on a thirty days' furlough from the army. He has one year yet Ito sanr CAMPBELLSTOWN, OHIO. Campbellstown, O.. Oct. 19. Miss Nelle McWhinny of Eaton, is visiting Miss Amy Ainsworth this week. Miss es Hill and Hawley of Richmond, are also guests. T t-c To moc C? Vt r f t j i vuiuo ouaiicr arrived iiuine this week after a visit to her daughter.' Mrs. waiter Aydeiotte of Kansas city Samuel Swisher left Monday for New Brunswick on his annual hunting trip. A. N. Aydeiotte and wife had as their guests Sunday. Rev. McWhinny and wife. Andrew McWhinner and wife and Frank Mikesell and family. j Misses Bessye and Effye Cooper at tended the teachers' association at Ea- ton. : Horace Kramer and wife of Rich-' mond, spent Sunday here with Mrs. j Kramer's sister, Mrs. O'Neil. j J. M. Cooper, wife and son Paul, j spent Wednesday in New Paris with l their daughter. Mrs. James Jackson. j Ora Mettert and family spent part of ; last week in Indianapolis, guests of his mother and other relatives. j Marcus McWhinney and wife spent i last week with relatives in Wabash, j Ind. j Mrs. Jennie M. McWhinney enter-1 tained Miss Edna Campbell Monday. Mrs. Shumate spent Monday and ; Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Gai-I. j near Concord. Mr. and Mrs. Card are ' parents of a raby girl. Jesse McWhinney and wife enter tained the following at dinner, Sunday: N. F. Templeton and wife, Harvey McWhinny and family, Mrs. Miram Lough, Era Schuring and Frank Whitley. Mrs. Francis Paddock entertained the following Sunday: Mr. and Mts. Warren Gard and daughter Ruby, and son Rife, Mrs. Anna Allen of Peru, Ind.; Mrs. Emma Garr, Mrs. Chas. Hol ton and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holton of Richmond. Jos. Stover and family, John Miller and family, Geo. Jordan and family. or Eaton and Frank Miller and familv of this place were guests of Emor Swisher and family Sunday. GENTERVILLE. IND. Centerville. Ind., Oct. 19 Walter Terry, the day operator at the railroad station, was at Richmond on business yesterday. Mrs. John Pinnick and children, and Miss Viola Godwiwn, of Richmond, vis ited their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Godwin, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Li. Willis have moved from the Bales farm, south of Centerville, and are housekeeping in Miss Nola Gettel's house on East Wal nut street. Mr. Willis is a machinist and works at Richmond. Regal Magnificence. "The Muckroyds have a new flat, 1 1 believe." j "Yes, and it is something magnifi cent too. The bathroom is so spacious that it Is possible to have two Turkish towels In it at once." Judge. A noble heart, like the sun, tioweth its greatest countenance in its lowest estate. Sidney. At U Bug IPs,vo2altB The "favorite" of all the housewives who -have ever seen it in operation they will have no other heating stove Hundreds of them in use in Rich mond and vicinity. Call at our store this week. Let us demonstrate to you what the "Favorite" can do. Will save you fuel ! W e radiate more heat ! Can be purchased for less money ! Will last longer! Be sure and get a Favorite, J. Will Cunningham PLEASE ? ... i . Yes, we are, with out shoe business for Fall of 1907.' It shows that the public appreciates our efforts to give first" class Footwear for the least window this week for new stales in footwear; also ask to see our Bostonian Shoe, like cut, heavy sole and shank, Pat. colt leather, price $4.00. FT Get from your cobbler piece of ordinary cheap sole leather and bend it back and forth ten times then i ee if you Llatne your tired feet, which do the same thing thousand of time daily, for kicking at cheap hoes. The genuine oak soles nsed in BOSTONIANS bend without resistance a the foot bends, training neither muscles nor stitches. This attractive street shoe is made on a new last, roomy and comfortable, yet chock full of style. Cunn Lahrman m 1 ?&? S-JZZ,: 0 Cunningham & Lahrman 718 Main St. City and County STATISTXS. Real Estate Transfers. Thomas M. Stewart to James V. Jackson, part of southeast quarter of section 22, township 18, range 13, in Perry township; $700. Mary Illyes to Priscilla Boyer, lot 33 in block 7, in East Germantown; $450. Emilie Kennepohl to A. W. Gregg, lots 119 and 120 in Haynes addition to city of Richmond; $3,000. Jesse S. Reeves to Albert D. Gayle, part of lots 51 and 52 in Mendenhall & Price's addition to city of Richmond; $5,750. Benjamin F. Miller to Matilda Miller part of southeast quarter of section 20. township 14. range 1, in Wayne township; $8,000. Forrest Monger to Phillip Miller, lot 9 and part of lot 10, in block 1, west IB IP3l2" (n5ninisD)ini Gn STREET Fred C Lahrmalr amount of monev. Notice our formen yv) of river and Bouth of road in Cam bridge City, Ind.; $1,450. Birth's. To Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Commons, 309 South B street, girl, second child. To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Noelker, 450 South Twelfth street, hoy, third child. To Mr. and Mrs. El Uvelsberger, 450 South Fourteenth street, boy, sixth child. Datxie or the Osa of Japan. In the battle of the Sea of Japan th Russians had thirty-five battleships, cruisers and torpedo boats. Of these twenty-one were sunk, five captured and nine escaped. The Russian Iom in men was 4,000 in killed and wound ed and 7,000 prisoners. The Japanese lost three torpedo boats and had one battleship badly damaged. Their losa In killed and wounded was 54. PALLADIUM WANT ADDS HELP. (0)2!