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THE KIUllMOXD 1'Alil.AmUM AND SUS-TEIiEGRAM, SUNDAY NOVE3IBEU 10, 1907.
l'AGK NINE. K. & K. CHICAGO CUBS WILL I TIAiN AT WEST BADEN ,( JVill Play Exhibition Games at r Indianapolis. A BIG DEMAND FOR THEM. Irdianapolis, Nov. 9 7 President harles W. Murphy of the Chicago wbrld-beating Cubs, has returned to that city after a brief vacation, and lias made the announcement that his team will train at West Baden next spring and that It will play a series of exhibition games in Indianapolis. A Stack of letters from minor league magnates begging for spring dates awaited Murphy, but he made only two definite announcements. The CubH will train at West Baden two weeks and will then go South. The Indianapolis application for spring Uates was one vf the first received. The Cubs are great, favorites in this city. They drew big crowds dining their engagements last season and the year preceding. DOORS ARE OPENED TO TRTY NEW TROTTERS Sixty-five Pacers Ta!:e Marks 1 In 2:10 Class. SIDEWHEELERS FASTER. .During the season just closed thir ty trotters entered the 2:10 "charmed circle," and sixty-five pacers beat 2:10. While there is nothing especially start ling about thls statement in these days of speed, twenty-three years ago the whole country became greatly excited over the fact when one horse had trot te'd a mile hi 2:10. Jay Eye See was the first trotter to enter the. list and he 1id it in a trial against tie watch over a specially prepared track at Providence, R. I., August 1, 1SS4. Ten days later at Lexington. Ky., Maud S. trotted a mile In 2:0!Vi, and she went into winter quarters that year with a mark of 2:01). Jay Eye See never beat his record of 2:10 at the trotting gait, but stepped"' a mile in 2:03?4 a few years later when he had been trans-1 formed into a' pacer. Maud S reduced the trotting record to 2:0.4 in 1SS5. 1 Since that time a great many trotters! have entered the 2:10 list every year, and for that reason this season's batch excites little notice. However, there is much of interest to horsement In the yearly additions to the speedy list, particularly to the Student of breeding, mucc the new ones illustrate the value of developed ancestry. I ECONOMY, IND. Economy, Ind., Nov. 9 Twenty-two members of The Etude Club met with Mrs. Emma Ballenger, Thursday after noon. There were music and refresh ments and a dainty souvenir card was given each member. Miss Shaw of McCown and Miss Keni of Huntington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Adamson. Mrs. Palmer of Michigan and Mrs. Hurt of Kentucky, are here in the in- Tine Bestt CEottMinig in- RSclhmoinid Come in and see all our handsome new goods we have collected for your comfort during this season. Try on a few Overcoats. Select your new suit. Pick out a new hat. Choose your haberdashery. Elegant Suits and Overcoats $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50 and $18.00 THE OINJE PRICE Clothiers and Furnishers. Krone & Kennedy, 803 Main St. terest of the California Perfume com pany. There was a quilting bee at the home of Mrs. Hannah Kimball Wed- j nesday afternoon. Those present were Mrs. Emaline Cole, Mrs. Martha Good, Mrs. Martha Atkinson and Mrs. Denny. Harry Lacy of Fountain City, is here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frasier, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Couley of Richmond, were Mis. Martha Good's guests, Sunday. Frank Gardner of Richmond visited here and at Greensfork this week. Leander Anderson was at Williams burg Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ridge and ba by of Richmond are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cramer this week. CENTERVILLE. IND. Centerville, Ind., Nov. ). Mrs. Wy-; att Crandall and children of New Cas tle, were guests recently of Mr. and, Mrs. Samuel Lashley. Caleb M. King, who has been work ing at Indianapolis and Centerville, the past summer, has gone to Tampa, Fla , lor an indefinite stay. Mrs. James W. Home, and her daughter. Miss Geneve, went to In dianapolis on Friday, for a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Home. Mr. and Mrs. I..ack Lamb have mov ed back to their farm near West Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lashley and family have moved from Reidston and are occupying their property on West Main street. Mrs. William Paxson spent Wednes day with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Paxson at Richmond. W. A. Welter. Walter Mathews and W. K. Cheeseman made a short busi ness trip to Indianapolis this week. Mrs. Frank Hatfield and son Ken neth spent Thursday with her sister Mrs. O. K. Logue at West Richmond. Mr. John Black of East Germantown is the guest for a few days of his niece Mrs. William Paxson. Mrs. Henry Fricker of Dublin was the guest of her sister Mrs. Thomas J. Cleveneer on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Long have moved into the McConaha property on West Main street. DR. JAY GROWING WEAKER. Report on His Condition is Not En couraging. There is no encouraging report on the condition of Joseph W. Jay who is critically ill at his home in West Richmond. He is gradually growing weaker. GEN. BOOTH SAYS G00D-BY. Head of Salvation Army Gives Some Farewell Advice. New York, Nov. 9 At a monster op en air demonstration, in which stere opticon reproductions of various scenes connected with his life and work formed a novel feature, General Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, who sailed today for Europe, bade his soldiers in this country and the Amer ican people generally farewell. Noblcsville Ledger: Prof . Walter Jessup, superintendent of the Madison schools, a county boy. and Mrs. Jes sup are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ilines. Prof. Jessup will attend the meeting of the city school superin tendents of Indiana to be held at In dianapolis. He was formerly con nected with the Westfield schools anl is succeeding well at Madison. "hrow away pills and strong cathartics violent in action, and ;.iways hav in h Caldwell's Syrup K'p?"in, the k'ran ' for constipation and ail diseases an i stomach trouble. Satisfaction for the whole family is not so hard to obtain if the customary beverage is Richmoni Fxport beer. If you hav not tried : do so at once (best way !s to ordi a case this day) and you'll find lht it tastes good and Is good, tested b 'i pure beer stand ards. Minck Brewing Co. ANCIENT BALLOT IS .111 IN A GARRET James Bagford Makes a Dis covery That Recalls a Heated Campaign. LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS. IT SHOWS THE FORMER RECEIV ED 131 VOTES AND THE LATTER 114 OTHER NEWS OF WAYNE AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. Hagerstown, Ind., Nov. 9 James Bagford, while rummaging in the gar ret above his restaurant found the fol lowing ballots in an old memorandum book which had belonged to A. F. Bell, a shoemaker who had worked for Henry Presbaugh, deceased at that time: Regular democratic ticket: For president Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois 114 votes. ; For vice-president Herschel V. Johnson, of Georgia. Electors for the state at large Cy rus L. Dunham of Jackson, John C. Walker of Laporte. National democratic ticket: For pres!dnt Joseph Lane. Electors for the state at large Jas. Morrison, Delana R. Eckels. Republican ticket: President Abraham Lincoln of Illi nois. 131 votes. Vice president Hannibal Hamlin of Maine. Presidential electoral ticket. Electors for the state at large: Will Cumbnck of Decatur, John L. Mansf'eld of Jefferson. Constitutional Union ticket. President John Bell. 9 votes. Vice president Edward Everett. Electors for the state at large Wm. K. Edwards, James E. Blythe. MRS. LAVENDER SPOKE. Delivered Address at the Home Mrs. Chas. Knaoo. of Hagerstown, Ind., Nov. 9. The par lor address given by Mrs. Lavender of Chicago, Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Knapp on South Washington street was largely attend ed by the members of both auxiliaries of the M. E. church and by others. The following program was rendered: Song "Rock of Ages." Prayer Pastor, W. K. Pierce. Solo Miss Hazel Knapp, "Sing Me to Sleep." Scripture reading, Isaiah tilth Miss Anna Diliing. Ins'trumental solo "Down South", intermesso Miss Matrico Geisler.. The speaker was then introduced by Mrs. W. H. Pierce. She gave an in formal address, striving to show the members how to help the poor and needy all over the laud and in such localities where there were no chur ches or no other agencies at work. Among the many instructive details that she related was the fact that there are in the South five millions of colored children and over fifty thousand of wl te children that are illiterate. After Mrs. Lavender's talk the program was concluded with an instrumental solo by Miss Geisler. Solo Rev. Pierce, "A Dove of Peace". Lunch of Ice cream, wafers and cake was served. Mrs. Lavender's address in the evening at the church was in a more general way. MONEY FOR THE LIBRARY. Hagerstown, Ind , Nov. 9. The bas ket supper given by Miss Jones Fri day night at the school house .was a success, both socially and financially. The proceeds were $24.26, which will be used for the library. BOSTON SEWING CIRCLE Boston, Ind., Nov. 9. Miss Jennie Meek will entertain the Boston Sew ing Circle Thursday afternoon of rext week, at her home on the Liberty pike. This club is composed of young ladies residing in that neighborhood and is quite a ponular organization. MINOR NOTES. East Germantown. Tnd Several of the Odd Fellows of this place attended lodge at Cambridge City. Friday even ins where they had work in the de grees. City and County STATISTICS. Real Estate Transfers. Elihu Thompson to Edwin T. Wil liams, lot number 12 in Nathan Dru-I ley's addition to City of Richmond: j $1.00. j Gincvra Kirkman to John Fender,! lots 1, 2, 4, S and 11 in Kirkman's ad ,1 : 5 A 1 t - T T 3 1- J O AA ujnun to iaiiuam neisiw., to.aw. Rebecca J. Brown to Frank M. Ay - ers. lot 249 in Haynes' addition to City of Richmond; $2,100. Bernard Faske to Frank J. Engel- bert. part of lot 103 in John Smith's to City of Richmond; $1,- 930. Louis N. Minck to Emil Minck. lots 4S, 40 and 50 in Haynes addition to City of Richmond: $7 000. George E. Cook to Allison D. Pierce, part of section 31, township IS, range 13, in Perry township; $750. Henry Rodenberg to Silas Shenfiler. I part of southwest quarter of section! 2S. township 13 range 1, iQ Boston township: ?-.-00. Isabella Thompson to Charles E. Ballinger. lot 196 In the Havnes' add! tion to City of Richmond; $2,100. John N. Hastings to Anna T, Metz ger, part of southwest quarter of sec tion 34. township 14. range 1. in Wayne township; $4,000. John N. HastiDgs to Anna T. MetsjbUo. ger, part of southwest quarter of section 34, township 14, range 1, in Wayne township; $4,000. j Dickinson Trust Co., to J. W. Crea-j ger, lot 65 in Earlham Heights; $S5. j Martha C. Whitehead to Lewis Haw-; ley, part of northeast quarter of sec- i tion 31. township 13, rr.nge 1, In Bos- j ton township: $2,750. j James Allen to Marry A. Ray, lot i 73 in block 3, in Mendenhall & Price's j addition to City of Richmond; $2,900. ! Henry Shellhause to- Loren Janes, part of southeast quarter of section 23, township 15, range 1, in Franklin township; $5,200. Frank M. Ayers to Alonzo H. Cro well, lot 23, in Haynes' addition to City of Richmond; $1250. William Welfer to Mattie Bilbee, ' part of 16t number 40, on original plat of Centerville; $700. Oran A. Miller and Bertha M. Mil- j ler to Laura A. Kitson, lot number 33 , in Haynes' addition to the city of Richmond; $1,500. Angela Montjoy De Bower of Chica go, 111., to Wilbur F. Sanders of Chi cago, 111., lot number 16, in the Steph en C. Mendenhall section of the city of Richmond; $2,700. Lillian K. Humpe nd husband to Alvina H. Steen. north half of lot ;i'im ber 34 in the William A. Bickle and John M. Lwi Keetion of the city of Richmond: $2,000. Lavinia G. Newton to Mrs. Barbara Barefoot lots 17 and IS in block 21. wf-ft of the r'ver and south of the National road. Cambridge City, Wayne count v: $100. I Lillie May Lewis and husband to i Leonard A. TUiitt. sixteen feet off the north side of lot 13 in the John niith set'on of tbe city of Richmond: 9'0. Wi'b"r G. Albin and Klnora Alhin vis w'fp. to Frank M. Price, part of lot number 5 on A street; subject to ine'imbrarce: SI. 70. Charles E. Tl and Elizabeth P. j Pell, his wife, to James H. Clemerts, ! lot niimh"r 23 in the Paul V. Wash burn add't'on to the city of Richmond- 5ft0. MatMda Forest to Albert Polk, lots 1. 2. 3. and 4. west of the river and north of the National tmd: Cambridge City, Wayne county; $150. Marriage License. Hvra E. Williams and Mamie Morse, Waite Castle and Edith Jessup. Births. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mouser, North Eleventh street, a girl; child. 910 fifth 435 first Mr. and Mrs. Tracv McLear. South Thirteenth street, a girl; child. Mr. and Mrs. William John6on, 425 South Twelfth street, a boy; third child. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Daub, 419 North Fourteenth street, a girl; sec ond child. WILLIAMSBURG. IND. Williamsburg. Ind., Nov. !. Fred Reynolds and Demas Coe are spending a few days at Williamsburg. James Clements sent four teams of mules to the Taube sale at Richmond. The boys of Williamsburg are hav ing some splendid croquet games. The ground and weather are both favor able, Howard Davis has returned home from Richmond. Mr. Pur, road supervisor, is taking advantage of the weathed by getting work done on the roads. Frank Reynolds went to Richmond this morning. Oil Ervin is so he can walk without crutches, but still a little lame. A large number of Williamsburg men and women went to the Oler sale of household goods and stock. Mr3. Oler will move to Williamsburg. LYONS STATION- IND. Lyons Station, Nov. 0. Miss Nellie Jones is the guest this week of her grandfather, J. B. Jones and wife, of Connersville. W. E. Brown and D. T. Roots will leave this week to enjoy a four weeks' hunting trip in the northern part of I the state A daughter was born to Elmer Scholl and wife, Thursday. Oroer White and family of Columbia township, visited J. M. Hamilton and family and Mrs. Catharine White Sat- urday and Sunday. . .- - : -A. . Bears the ears the "1B Mna T0U m " 3 s The Kind You he A;a -s Bought Si, DUBLIN, IND. Dublin, Ind.. Nov. 9. Mrs. Steckels, of Mulberry, is a guest at Homecroft. Ezra Nelson and Frank Schooley were at Richmond yesterday on busi ntss. The Dublin Sunday school band played at Arthur Witker's home, the fore part of the week. B. F. Woodard was in Indianapolis on business, Friday. Daniel Mason and A. F. Feemster of Cambridge, were in Dublin on busi ness. Friday. Mis Nelle Groves attended the Horse Fair at Glenwood. Thursday. Mrs. Emily Hall, Mrs. Rev. Mauley and Mrs. Armstrong attended church al Cambridge City Friday night. 1 Harry Hal, attended a foot bail game at Cambridge Friday, . Mrs BIanche WWte was iQ Cam. bridge Friday rv r,mvM was in indlanannii Friday on business. When you are sick, out of sorts, take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. The most effective remedy. Relieves when others fail. You be the judge, try it 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. CHOSE TO GO TO JAIL. Grand juncUon. Colo.. Nor. 9-Geo. Falk worth 100(000, today accepted a Haw- tan Mton. rather thr veal the name of a poor woman who stole coal from a railroad right-of-way. C, C. I ticket age cl -will geD yo sleeping car tickets to Catcago for their 11:15 P. M. train. Call oo pr6-tf OflJSlitei km 7 INSERTIONS FOR For Rent, For Sale, Help Wanted, Lost, Etc., and all classified ads. pertaining to business, t cnefoa!ff cent a word. Wanted" are Free. AS! Classified Advertisements appear in both the evening edition of the Palladium and Sun Telegram and the Morning Mail Edition with out extra cEarge. NO CLASSIFIED WANTED. LADIES OR GIRLS everywhere tv copy arvertisements for us at home; salary HOc. per hour in advance; spare time; no fane; no canvassing or dollar required. Particulars for stamp. Zeck Pill Co., Morristown. New York. HHt WANTED -A position as collector. Ad dress E. R., t'.o. care Palladium. ltKlt WANTED Notice to house-wives. j Wanted To make your old carpets ; into rugs and druggets. Save your old carpets until I get located here. Will manufacture them right in your own town. Watch the paper next week. Stetler & Cunningham, Muneie. Ind. !-7t WANTED Cigar salesman wanted in your locality to represent us. Ex perience unnecessary: ;s per mo. and expenses. Write for particu lars. Monroe Cigar Co., Toledo, O. 10-lt WANTED Two or three furnished rooms for housekeeping. Address C. J., care Palladium. lO-.'lt WANTED You to know we sharpen razors, knives, shears and all kinds of edge tools. Brown & Darnell. 1022 Main St. !V3t WANT ED -To re-nickel your stoves: now is the time. Brown & Darnell, 1022 Main street." 9-3t WANTED Second-hand four foot roll top desk. Call Home Telephone, No. 2m'.2. ;-2t WANTED To rent good farm, so to HJ acres. Possession middle De cember. Address S. M. Parrish. Richmond. Route 7. ,.t-.U WANTED To trade for one or two Richmond automobiles, 110 acres poplar land near Sardinia. A. W. Swin, Hope, Ind 7-2St WANTED Man, good address able to approach business men; must be sober and in dustrious; apply by letter, giving references, Box 123, Indianapolis, Ind. 761 WANTED A man with some exper ience in grocery business to take charge of a grocery. Address "Gro cery", care Palladium. 6-7t WANTED Agents, large commission; best proposition on market; address 102, care Palladium. r.-7t WANTED Students. Call or write Indiana Barber college, 320 East Washington street, Indianapolis, Ind. 2S-14t WANTED Men to learn barber trade, few weeks completes, CO chairs con stantly busy, licensed instructors, tools given, diplomas granted, wag es Saturdays, positions waiting; wonderful demand for graduates; write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O. FOR SALE. Real estate and merchandise stocks. Porterfield. Kelly block. 7-tf FOR SALE-A residence in Manilla. Ind., of 18 rooms, a private house that is fitted for hotel purposes. The house is finely equipped, and is the best bargain of the year. Has hard wood floors, well lighted, and has natural gas piped Into it. Besides, there is a livery barn on the lot. Makes a splendid investment for ho tel and livery. The place is a great bargain, and parties interested should come at once. Fitzgibbons, Oth and Main. Richmond. 10-lt FOR SALE New suburban property on car line. Cash SMO to .?3o. Bal ance monthly payments. Don't pay rent. Address "E." care Palladium. 0-7 1 FOR SALE New five room cottage and 0 room house on city car-line. Large lots, suburban on monthly payments. Address "K," care Pal ladium. 0-7t FOR SALE A house of ten rooms, with bath, furnace, natural gas, well and cistern water piped into the kitchen. An office on lot 12x24. al so wash house, and smoke house. Two lots go with house. On the other lot there is a six room houte. and a three room house. On the place there are two good barns. 40x40. a large buggy house, do' ble corn cribs, chicken house, orchard and grass lot. The house and office on the place rents for $120 a year. Cement walks surround the house. Can be had cheap, sale or trade. The property Is situated in Manilla. Rush county. Ind. Don't have to sell as the owner has ample means; he sim ply wants to turn property Into cash. Fltzglbbon9, 9th and Main, Rich mond. 10-lt FOR SALE Pnre Pennsylvania buck wheat flour. 25 lbs for $1.00. Frank M. Clark. 321 North 11 st. 0-7t FOR SALE Two car loads of mule?: 1E1TI I THE PRICE OF 5 "Found" and "Situation ADS CHARGED horses bought and sold. Gus Taube, sale barn. 121 12'j N. 0th fctrect. Phone lt. 12-lf Full SALE Lamps, burners anl mantels, new stock, list received, the best in the city at Brown & Darnell's loj Main st. !:t FOR SALE-Just received a new lot of picture mouldings, latest styles nt Brown Darnell's. Main St. D-.'lt FOR SALE Antique and second hand furniture and stoves. See the Co lumbus clock, made in 1 H2. Cor ner room. 4ih and Main sts. lt-7t FOR SALE Two fine folding beds. Letter and Wyatt. ,Pi Main st. t-2t FOR SALE-Nice davenport. Lefler Wyatt. .".Hi Main Si. ;-2t FOR SALE Bargains in Vehicles. During the next 30 days, we will sell regardless of coast, 15 custom-made vehicles. A chance to save from $25 to $35 on a job by taking advan tage of this sale. Vehicles com prise: 5 buggies, 3 doctor's stan hopes, 3 runabouts, 2 driving wag ons and 2 surreys. Landis & Urad- en. 1514 E. Main st. 8-7t FOR SALE Heating stove and drum, cheap; 824 N. 10th. X-3t FOR SALE Fifty ferrets at 3S North 2nd street. Wm. C. Jones. 7-14t PUBLIC SALE Public sale of person al property. J miles northwest of Richmond and miles east of Greens fork, on the Richmond and Greens fork pike, on Monday, Nov. 11, 1007, commencing at 10 a. m., the follow ing personal property: X head of horses and mules, 8 head of milch cows, 7." head of hogs. 14 head of Shropshire ewes, 25 tons of timothy ltr.y, com in the crib and in the field, farming tools. Amanda J. Kii g ?nd George King. H-Gt FOR SALE A fresh cow. Leo Ilur i.ett, Webster, Ind., Route 25. 5-7t FOR SALE-Administrator's sale of "The Kelly Mines," -10 acres in the great lead and arnc ..istrict near Joplin, Mo. Will take part cash and rest in trade. Apply or write B. F. Kelly, Adiur., 2r,4 outh West 3rd St. 5-7t FOR SALE Fine line new Tallies and place cards, just received. Moor ma tin's Book Store. 5-7t FOR SALE A new lot pyrography sets and pieces to burn. Moor mann's Book Store. 5-7t FOR SALE Buffet and table; 1214 8. A street. 4-7t FOR SALE Poland China pigs, both sex. A. H. Pyle, phone r.l0TC.2.'J-.T0t FO R sXLEBeau ti f uT 1 oca tToliiT'wel 1 improved properties on or near our famous traction lines; tracts of land in all parts of Wayne county; apply to J. E. Moore, over 6 N. 7th street, Richmond. S-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 27 North 11th street. 10-2t FOR RENT Two or three unfurnished I rooms with bath, one or two parties j without children. Call phone 1531. I lO-lt FOR RENT Four room house; in quire 18th and N. F. 8-3t FOR RENT Four furnished rooms for housekeeping; 211 S. 14th. S-3t FOR RENT Threo room house, elec tric light, both kinds water, good i cellar; inquire 712 N. 17th. 7-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for one or two gentlemen. Private entrance. 1112 Main street. 7-7t j FOR RENT Furnished front room, 120 S. 11th St. G 7t FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front rooms. Heat, light, bath and telephone. 115 N. 12th St. 6-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, first class, typical location; price reason able; call at 227 North 9tU street. 5-5 1 FOR RENT Double seven room house, 216 &. 21S South 14th street. Eight room modern, 20 South 10th street. Kepler & Weller, Vaughan Blk. 5-tf FOR RENT-Furnibed and bath. 30 N. 12th. room. heat 4-7t r'Ou RENT- Thrre unfurnished rooms a Dove IS Notb Sth St, Apply J13 v ain street. 25-tf FOR RENT Furnished room, all con veniences. Call at 302 N. Sth St. f-2t FOR RENT Ground floor flat, 24 Ni 11th St. 9-2t iOR RENT Cheap to small family, house in country near traction. 101 S. 21st St. 9-2t FOR RENT Six room house at 80 South Sth St. 9-2t FINANCIAL MONEY LOANED Low rates, eas EiutiSE. ei mil DISCARD CHECK SYSTEM Factories at New Castle Paid In Cash. New Castle. Ind.. Nov. 9 With few exceptions all the factories of the city discarded the check system In paying off employes today. The system was adopted for last Saturday's paying ow ing to the rule adopted by the banks relative to withdrawals The threo banks have arranged to supply the pa trons with cash. One factory Import ed gold from Chicago with which to pay off its men. both last Saturday and today, and there is considerable gold in circulation as a result. W!rg rVAnber ay this picture of fcU is taken from life. Wjitir It's too bid IVAnber couldn't N Philadelphia Record. Chicago passengers using C C. A L. trains land at 12th at. (Illinois Central) Station: most conveniently located. Remember this. 6-tt terms. Thompson's loan and real estate agency. Wide &tair?, 710 Main street. Phone 4oS. 1-wed-thur-fri-attf NOTICE. NOT1CE No hunting or trespassing. We. the undersigned farmers living S. E. of Centervilk" 2 miles and south of Stop 110: Hattie Crabb, Abe Laughliu, Zack Meyers. Gilbert Morgan. Henry Morgan. S-7t NOTICE Headquarters for merchant delivery, 610 Main St. Phone 149$. 6 7t LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu happy hou cstly we can. Richmond Steam Laundry. 08TEOPATHY. DR. TOWNS END. Nortn 9th and A. Lady assistant. Phone 1390. DYEING AND CLEANING. DYEING. Cleaning, Pressing. Good called for and delivered. Twentieth Century Dye Works. Roha Hill, Prop's.. 1011 Main JL. PHOTOGRAPHER. F. J. PARSONS, Leading Photograph er, 704 Main street Phone 6C3. REAL ESTATE. Ballenger & Conley, Real Estate, Economy, Ind. 28-30t MONUMENTS AND MARKEPS. Richmond Monument Co.. C. E, Bradbury, Mgr., 33 North 6th 8treet. DENTISTS. CHE.VOWETII & DYK K.MAN, Mason, ic Temple. Automatic phono 205: S IC REAL ESTATE AL II. HUNT. Real estate. 7 N. ta etret. Phone 877. R. L. MORE, Real Estate. Accident In surance and colectlon; 14 N. 9th. SCHOOL SCHOOL Cheapest and best school tt short hand. Mrs. W. S. I User, 3;j S. 13tu St. Phone 577. You can enter any time. 21-tC FIRE INSURANCE Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr., representing the oldest and strongest fire companies, 718 Main, Telephone 1620. 14 -if UNDERTAKERS. IL R. Downing & Sob, 18 N. Sth st,. 12sept6mo. Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Catarrh. A reliable remedy. All druggists. For a Little Cash. And easy payments per mo. Can sell, a 2 room bouse for $500; a 5 room house for $S50; a 7 room house for $1,300; a 5 room house for $1,200; want cash to loan on good titles; have castt to loan on good titles. S. K. Morgan. INSURANCE.REAL ESTATE LOANS, RENTS W. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3. WVestcott Blk GET YOUR FIRE INSURANCE, BONDS AND LOANS OF MOORE & 0GB0RN, Room 16, I. O. O. R Bldg., Richmond. Ind. Telephones Home 15&9. Bell S3R DR. A. B. PRICE DENTIST 14 and 19 The Colonial.. Phone 681 Jd7 Aiiiitaat. . 1