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Tllfc K1U113IOMJ 1'ALl.AlilLiJH A.U SLLN-TLLIUHAJI, TL KSDAV, JANUARY 14. 11KS.
NO ACTION TOWARD RELIEVING CROWDED SCHOOL CONDITION Deal for Starr Property Has Not Yet Been Closed, But When It Is, Conditions Will Be Altered. ANNEX TO GARFIELD IS NOW PLANNED. Then the High School Will Be Removed to the New Build ing and Intermediate Pupils Will Be Changed. Dr. M. F. Johnston, a member uf the Richmond school board .said today ihat up to the present time no definite action liad been taken by the school board in regards to relieving the eon Rested conditions which have existed for some time at the liiph school and Garfield sc hool. Dr. Johnston stated that the deal for the Starr property on North Ninth bind, which in in the rear of the (!;ir lield school, had not a.s yet been act ually completed, but that the indica tions were the deed of conveyance of this property to t lie school board would soon be executed. An effort is being made by the board to secure Hie Kolp property which adjoins the Starr property on t he south. Dr. Johnston says that when the new Bchool building is built on North Ninth street, it will be made an annex to the Garfield building, and that these two buildings will in all probability be used as a high school. He says that the board now feels the best ar rangement that can bo made on the completion of the new structure Is to use the present hish school building as quarters for the intermediate grammar grades now at the Garfield building, fiae high school is larger than the Garfield school and the children could le comfortably provided for at the .South Twelfth street building. The Garfield bchool with its North Ninth street annex would make one of e finest high school buildings in the fctate and there would be room enough for the establishment of a gymnasium ind quarters for domestic science and manual training classes. The North Ninth street annex would probably be designed so that a public art gallery could be established. SONS OP VETERANS ' INSTALL OFFICERS Interesting Session Held Mon day Night. The following officers were installed pt. the regular meeting of the Sons of Veterans Monday evening: Commander J. K. Taylor. S. V. C W. D. Marshall. J. V. (.'. A C Thomas Secretary C. It. Tingle. Treasurer- O. F. Coryell. Chaplain A. 10. Ranks. Sergeant, of Guard C. F. Towlo. Corporal of tho Guard Morris Ranks. Color Sergeant Waldo Coryell, i Camp Guard A. L. Martin. Catup Council L. A. Uaudlcy, Wm. JIanschc, Harry Penny. At the next meeting of tho camp, vhich will be on January L'7, the work vill bo given to one recruit. ALEXANDER LUSE DIED TUESDAY Was Brother of Late Frank Spinning. Mrs. Announcement has been received of the death of Alexander Luse, at Mt. Healthy, O., which occurred Monday. Tho funeral was this afternoon. Mr. Luse was a brother of Mrs. Frank Spinning who died in Richmond some time ago. Blood Poison, Rheumatism. Catarrh. A reliable remedy. All druggists. The Puget Sound Country A Splendid Climate. A World of Opportunities For the Dairyman, Fruit Grower, Poultryman. Stockman, Land Speculator; the Health and the Pleasure Seeker. Write, question us on all points. The information for tho asking. Richmond references. CHARLES SOMERS COMPANY, Alaska Bldg., Seattle, Wash. TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS, NEW YORK STOCK (By Correli and Thompson York. Jan. i i. Amalgamated CoppT American Car Foundr America u Locomotive American Smelting . . American Sugar.. .. Atchison 13. & O 13. It. T Canadian Pacific . . C. & O f . , C O. W. . . .i C. M. & Sr. P. .. C K. &; i . Dis. Sec. i K ri t: . . .. . a, 4 National Lead ," New York C-iutrsI L. N Norfolk & Weatern M. 1. Ai T. ............. Missouri Pacific Northern Pac Pennsylvania .. People's Gas. . . . Reading Republic Steel. . . Rock Island . . Southern Pacific. , Southern R. It. . . Texas Pacific. . . . Ynion Pacific . . V. S. Steei I'. S. Steel pfd . . Wabash Wabash pfd. . . . Great Northern. . . . . . - Richmc:' CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Pest hogs, average lbs S I .",.", 4. b Good heavy packers .. .. l.270j: Common and rough Pxwv; Steers, corn fed 4.005; Heifers J.(V Fat cows 2."vl'u; Hulls 2.75ff Calves ti.oOO l.i'l1 4 fj0 :.7r. 3.00 S.25 :.oo Chicaqc. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (By Correli and Thompson. Brokers, Eaton. O. Chicago. Jan. 1 L Wheat. I Open. Hig'i. Low. CJose. May lo-Pi PK'ts md; lot-; July ;.s-'-4 fMH.; !s"-s y; Corn. May ,"!"; it"s :,u"4 July :.s-'-4 .-,!-.s r,s-'i r.::!s Oats. Open. High. Lew. Close. May .VJfii 54"H 5,V'S r4-4 J'tly do-; 47' 4) 471:. Pork. Oj.cii. Hig-j. Low. Close. May .. .spur. ijtl. '!.(." SVi.i'C Lard. Open. Hign. Low. Close. May .. . ss.oj .s. 12 $s.ttj .p. Ribs. Open. High. Low. Close. May . . . $7.17 7.J7 $7.17 S7.-J7 U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago, Jan. 1 1 Hogs, receipts oO.ooo, Cattle weak. ro hij r,r.oo. her; left, over i;!,59x. slow. Sheep, 12,000, Hogs Close. Light . Mixed Heavy Rough $1.130 $4.50 4. HO'. 4.0.")'. 4.t;0 ' 1.30 -3 . IS STRUCK II GOLO MINE Stockholders and Officers of Killian Company Get Good News. BIG PRODUCER EXPECTED. AFTER THE VEIN HAS BEEN DE VELOPED MORE, A STAMPING PLANT WILL BE INSTALLED AND ORE TAKEN OUT GROUND. Local stockholders of the Killian gold mine company have just been notified that a five-foot ledge vein in its property located in Bishop county. California, has just l)e,-n struck, that will yield a large per cent, of ore. R is thought, that this rind will prove To be the best producer in the southwest and all of the local stockholders are much elated over ti,,. prospects. It was not thought that it would Im possible to do any immediate minimr, but it is now conceded that it will be only a slant time before the mine can be sufficiently developed to justify the iwstallation of a stamping plain. BEE 4T Marion, ind.. Jan. 14 Rob Davis was shot through the lung. William' Guilford was shot in the head and Ren (Weaver was struck on the head with a billiard cue last night, in a quir.-el over a pool game. After being shot, Davis ran two miles, when he fell ex hausted from the loss of blood. II e may die. Guilford was struck on the , . , . v , , i forehead by a bullet, but It glanced off aud he was not serionslv htir. VEIN QUOTATIONS. Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) Open Hi ah Low Close r.j .v.' .j T'')1 - T" t I li ;' . VJTs 7 P. ". 1 i -2 :;i7s : I I '! 11:;'- Tl1.-'a')1-4 i : .1 i.v . L'l 1 i O'N -11 li.io t.: 1 1 27 1H llti"! s: i o i i ir. 2 " i; '.'ft '.lit U ili'l -' ''i l-V, 122 ,4 11:: luti"; K IP, I'l, 2 :t5 9 17 122;, 11" tl w '' l- t;t;i4 -'''j t j'a VS.y-i Hi:,s KM 'i i.o 1 j I""'. 1 2 1 K 1 1 ''" i s:i J ttv i , IN", 1V1 71'.' 1 Pi 'JtfiH 120s ::ui it".1.-, to 17 'L. 121 ,P7 . r, 7.",JL. . H'i: . -'";,x l'1-.s . is .12:;-; :;)' , IN 121- noose vows ft HORRIBLE VENGEANCE Man From Seymour, Mutilat ed by Jealous Man. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 11 Henry Wie- 1 neke left the City Hospital today and returned to his home in Seymour, hid. I vowing vengeance if it takes a life jtime, upon the man who had placed ; him under the influence of intoxicat j ing liquor and chloroform and muti i lated him in a hotel room near the TO FORM LEAGUE Men Who Are Pushing Ohio Meeting Are in Session Today at Columbus. JESSUP IS IN ATTENDANCE. Columbus, O.. Jan. 14. Representa tives of the Lancaster. Marion. New ark, Manstiela, Lima, Springfield. Hamilton and Richmond, Ind., base ball clubs are in session here this aft- ernoon with the object in view of or- ganizing an Ohio State league. All the club representatives seem to be in favor of the organization of such a league and steps to this effect will probably be taken. Richmond is rep resented by Clarence Jessup. the clev er catcher, who is wanted this season by the Columbus American association team. RAILROADS NEED UNLIMITED CREDIT Unless New Capital Is Raised, Transportation Will Suffer. Chicago. Jan. I t. Janu s J. an interview on the business said: "In no direction is the Hill, in outlook, need of (restoration of confidence more appar ;ent than iu the present, position of the i railroads. In some directions the de nuuids upon them have temporarily lessened, but the conclusion of the tprcseut recession in business, whether . it. will be of shorter or longer duia ' tiou. will se the railroads again in need of vast, sums of new- capita! to meet the necessities of traffic. The : credit of the railroads has been im paired to Mich an extent that, general !y speaking. the are unable to raise any more capital for the development of their facilities. Until this situa tion changes they will be powerless to continue their work of nrovidimr the facilities which the business of th- tountry demands. New tracks and ' greatly increased terminals are sorely i needed and will be for a long time '.o ! come. ; OFFICIAL BOARD MEETS. The regular meeting of the official board of Grace M. E. church w ill take place in the office of the church this evening at 7:"0 o'clock. Is TLe Stomach I;pt tm&ble? An operatioa fcr the removal ci the stom?h In a Chicago hospital recently, promoted dis russion among the forgeon whether the stom ti could be removed and the ratient be non 2 worse for it. Before thediscussioa had we. d out. the ratient had died. It demonstrate could not live without his stomach. To keep - c Momacn in ffooa condition, laa rare con&h. tion. indigestion. etcTsi t; o!ih I ;h-e compound. Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Penein. k.'ruastsu ell it at 50 cwu and S a bettts MANAGERS II lemes camhb my fj GREAT HURRY Well Known Druggist, Fearing Prosecution for Violating Blind Tiger Law Takes French Leave. HIS WHEREABOUTS ARE UNKNOWN TO OFFICERS. Fugitive Has of Late Been in Much Trouble. Being Twice Arrested for Assaulting Women. Cambridge City, Itil.. Jan. It. I. i. Wills, proprietor of the Peonies Drug stoiv, has left I'oi- pa"ts unknown. His sudden departure is the sequel of a series of difficulties ir. which lie has recently been involved. His flight was the direct result of a charse of violat ing -ta blind tiger law, on which eharge he was to bo prosecuted. The penalty for this offense is a heavy one and rather than fac-' certain convic tion Wills decided to permanently ab sent himself from Cambridge City and j immediate vicinity. ; A short time ago, Wills was arrest-' ed and convicted of a charge of assault j and battery on his wife. Last Friday i for some unknown reason he called at the home of Mrs. .leaiU'ette Merrick and assaulted her wiih his fists in a most brutal manner. Two Richmond young men came to the woman's assis tance and they gave Wills a good beat ing. Saturday one oi Mrs. Merrick's defenders, who is a minor, filed char ges against Wills, of selling lienor to a minor. The druggist was fined for this offense and for assault and bat tery on Mrs. Merrick. Assistant, Prosecutor D. W. Mason, after the hearing of these cases, told Wills that no more charges would be preferred against him as long as he behaved himself. However the author ities later deckled to prosecute Wills for violating the blind tiger law, a raid on his drug store having reveal ed the fact, that lie had a barrel f beer in the prescription room. Wills in some manner heard that, he was again to be prosecuted so he immed- j iately decided to take French leave. Pefore going be told Mrs. Wills that j he did not care to face tiie charge of violating the blind tiger law and that j he was going to leave town and never ! return again. Mrs. Wills does not , know where her husband went to. Tho j title to the Peoples drug store is vest- ed in Mrs. Wills and she has assumed j control of the store. Prosecutor Jes- sup is here today and is investigating i the case. COMMERCIAL CLOB TO CHOOSE DIRECTORS At a meeting of the Commercial : fense. club held Monday night two commit-' At police headquarters today, it was tees were appointed to prepare two stated that not Ionj ago Helms sold tickets of candidates for the board of part, of the furniture at his home, so directors. There will be eight retir- Uhat he would have money to buy whis ing directors next month and their po- key. Later for failure to pay rent, a sit ions will be filled at the February constable seized w hat furniture re meeting. The first committee select- niained at the house and sold it to re ed is composed of Adam H. Bartel. E. imburse Helms" landlord. G. Hill. Pettis Reed, and the second, i . W. K. Bradbury. C. Poundstone. B. Hunk J. V. HALL WILL LEAD GAY FRESHMEN In the Freshman class meeting held at Earlham Monday afternoon, the fol lowing uflicers for the class for this term, were elected: President- Albert Hall. Vice-president - Paul Furnas. Secretary Rachael Calvert. Treasurer Alice (Juimby. "SOPHS" CHOOSE NEW PRESIDENT The Sophomore class at Earlham, held its annual meeting Monday after noon. The officers elected were: President S. Farpibar. Vice President Do'ixhv cinin;y. Secret ary Lots Pit : s Treasurer Vincent Nicholson. BROWNSON AFFAIR GIVEN AIRING Washington. Jan. 11. The house is going to find out all 'ibout that Brown- son-Rixey-Stokes affair. By unanimous ed tnat ne nad lived in Wayne county consent, immediately after convening ail Qis an lnat Wayne county totlay. it adopted the Giil resolution, was alrigrht. Never was there better reported by the naval committee, call-' harmony in the republican party than ins ou the secretary of the navy for all there now is in the sixth district, said the loiters, reports and orders in con- Mr. Rupe. " Once in a while we have nection with the as?ignmont of Sur-j a frost," he said, "but we never have a Keon Stokes to tho command of the j killing frost." The resolutions were hospital ship Relief. It also asks for : reported by the committee on resolu tae correspondence connected with 'lions and were unanimously adopted, the resignation of Rear Admiral ! Congressman James E. Watson wev urownson as chic: ot tne Bureau of Navigation. . - EXHAUSTED SUPPLY OF CHILDREN'S NAMES. New Yolk. Jan. H (War I Pali!.- ;f Ami'yii:f. L. I . has advt-r-ti?t-'i for some one to naa.e th- m w ! little Darling h.. , n:-vv en1!;. f'arlinc. pa'.-r. ha.- ehaust ..; hi.- - ej-:,;-. of .. nan., s gi'd t'le o:.:j oi- W' : :'M:-t i;its f.i! ih i:,..w is liar'ii:-: 1 ai lius. ami at m;-nti.u ot hi tr. ;'.r.cs.t dar litis i.'fs on' a i-.iv. 1. I'.rkars be tinfifriai.e- v. 'uat i'1, via;'.- la. t- ' f 1 g".e '.' M.. Dariniv. is : i: x-i-.tir ia's oi;i. Hi is li;.- fathtr of ti;- lart est family in ti.e siai. . His fir- wile wa.- a in tni- r ! t'c- Smith faiiulv. of Kin-king. Ske l.a.l tif-tec-n children, twelve of whom are !iv ;:;g. The .-, w. . r-. ik-dhiZ V. a" a gill li. her ! 'i lis '.illrll siie be ea:r. the M pn:oi 1; I of the Harlin.g brMd. t vvehtv -oi:e tat a-o. She has had ;vvi-;f 1 1 i I i i- i . u i i' whom are living. The t'aet i. we have- run out of i;a:i;.-." sai.l Mr-. Cariiiig. "".Nk' one outside of ii.- lainiiv eouid be gin to till ail the ehildreu by nam.-. We'll simply haw to put off the ckri.-t. uii;g of the m w vouiiuster until we find a suitable name." CARRIE NATION BURIES HATCHET Temperance Crank Decides Fight Is Thankless. Abilene. Kau., Jan. 1 t. Carrie Na tion's friends have received word that the "crusader"' will abandon her war on saloons. She considers it a thank less fight and is angry because the Woman's Christian Temperance Union has refused to recognize her except as a notoriety seeker. Mrs. Nation has decided to pass the rest of her life in seclusion, accord ing to her friends. She is broken in health and has spent all her money in her fight SOLD FURNITURE TO 801 WHISKEY Wife Is Now Suing for Divorce In The Local Circuit Court. IS HABITUAL DRUNKARD. Mary Helms, wife of a police char acter. George Helms, has brought suit for divorce and petitions for the custo dy of the four children. She charges her husband with habitual drunken ness arid states in her complaint that "hubby" is now serving a thirty days sentence in the county jail for this of- ATTEMPT TO CLOSE 62 LOGANSPORT SALOONS Liquor Dealers Enlist Busi ness Men's Sympathy. Logansport, Ind., Jan. 14. The Min-istr-rial association having decided to continue The anti-saloon movement in .. .. . ... i FOR RENT Furnished room, modem. this cny for six montas. or until a. blanket, remonstrance has been sign- . ed by a majority of the voters of the FOK RENT South half of new double township, liquor men are preparing house, 7, rooms, rent low to right to show that the wiping out of the sa- party. O. J. Kelly, Dunham's fur loons would, in their opinion, be dis-j niturw store. 10-14-17 astrous to th business interests of t POR RENT A modern house; call at the city. 20;; North 12th street. 1 0-7t There are 2 saloons in the city and ; FOR-RENT 1'iifurnished rooms, suir- inanv ot them occuoy desirable !uim- ik-ss property. They nay many thous and i.loliars to th- city, county and state hi trie way or licenses and taxes, j and the owners an 1 employes occupy j two hundred dwellings. This is the1 statement of the saloon men, and they i , liavo cnlis'ed the sympathy of many j ; business men. The temperance scuti-; I Hieui hi Lrfjjuuispoi i is snuu, nowever ; and will eventually pfevai!. POLITICIANS OVER RUNNING CAMBRIDGE (Continued From Page OneA honor conferred upon him. He stat- called upon for an made a splendid one. address and he Today's fled Ads WANTED. WANTED To trade a rebuilt .-kt.v.O : New Peerless Separator for a Ui toj 20 horseKivver traction eixiiue and! pay the difference. Will buy thei engine straight right. A. 1dres Rushville. Ind. out if the - Luther price is , Caldwell. n-tt I WANTED To loan on long time. $ti0i j to Sl.ooo of church and cemetery funds. E. Benton Wapncr. Milton, Ind. 14 WANTED Hay and straw to bale by John H. Bailey; call at 201 W. Fifth and Maple streets. ll-4t SALESMAN WANTED Sell retail trade, your locality, $ti.V per month and expenses to start, or commis sion. Experience unnecessary. Hermingsen Cigar Co., Toledo, O. 1 l-(t WANTED A good girl: call at 107 N. JOtti street. LJ--t WANTED Position as nurse to care for invalid or woman in confine ment. Address Box 110. city. 13-:;t WANTED To loan $500.00, M. C. Benham. City. 13-Tt WANTED To rent faurm suitr.ble for dairy. Can give best of reference. Address "D" care Palladium. RV.1t WANTED Sewing and all kinds of re pair work neatly done. Inquire at 313 North A street. 13-2t WANTED Washing and Ironing. In quire at 313 N. A street. 13-2t WANTED To trade Haynes touring car for city property. Prof. L. John son. Milton. ,nd. 12-7t MALE HELP WANTED YOUNG MEN to prepare for examination for RAILWAY MAIL and other COV. POSITIONS. Superior instruction by MAIL. Established 14 years. Thousands of successful students. Sample questions and "How Gov't. Positions are Secured" sent free. Inter-State Schools, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. i-30t W A NT E DTobuyagood TVel floca i ed farm from SO to 100 acres, well improved. State price, size and lo cation. Address "X" care Pallad ium. S-7t WANTED Cigar Salesman, exper ience unnecessary. $100 per month and expenses. Peerless Cigar Co., Toledo. Ohio. 31-17t WANTED If you have horses yott want to buy or sell, visit Taube's barn, ILT. N. Kth street. Shippins horses at all times. 22-tf WANTED Men to learn barber trade, few weeks completes, 60 chairs con stantly busy, licensed instructors, tools given, diplomas granted, wages Saturdays, positions waiting, won derful demand for graduates; write for catalogue; Moler Ilarbcr Col lege, Cincinnati, O. tf W A NT E D 1 f y ou w a n t t obu y orsel 1 real estate, or loan or borrow mon ey, see that Morgan. Cor. Sth and N. E streets. Both phones. 12-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished front room for two gentlemen, heat and bath, N. Uth. 14-7t FtRRr3NT South" hal if fl v room house. No. 527 and 529 N. 17th; in quire 22 S. 10th or Bell Phone :;i6R. ll-2t j ;ih! tor licht hnusekcerdnsr. '220 N 12th street. 10-tf : yon RENT r mall house. 114 North .11 a' 110 North F. F street.: c. i VTt ', FOR"" RENT Two" farms." 220an"dPtO i acres; t miles of Richmond. Dye &. Price, cor. l.'t.li a ad Main streets, i jan S-7t I I'll!.' fM.-VT 1 ..r.! flat IfllCl ; l street; call 21 South 10th btreet.; Phone 1047. 1-tf FOR-RENT Furnished rooms-with steam heat and bath, at the Grand. For gents onlv. 17-tf I oiTRENT :5-"roomT!at centrally o cated. ground Loor, electric light, bath. Eenj. F. Harris. 7-f FOR RENT Furnished room, electric light, heat and bath. 220 N. 12th St. 20tf FOR RENT Double seven room house, 216 & 21S South 14th streL Eight room modern. 20 South 10th street. Kepler & Weller, Vaughn Elk. 5-tf FOR SALE. FCR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterfteld, Kelly Block cth & Maim 7t FQK SALE IXi acrts good. Im proved botton farm: Nt to ! acrea extra good level laiui: ;s acre pujnr orchards: balance rolling, but good sugar tre forming laud: well fenced. w.Ii watered. vn good pike U miles from Economy, -t miles from Hagers tnn: . bnrcli close school hack at oi . C I, i. .station half mile: al most ::cw sttuv and half house, slate ii'-i. 7 -iis. pump room, wooii home Htii r s;ucc : veranda, cel l..r. ;e:-.ar:!'s tiou.-t-. double cribs. ;-:.K); barn ."'7v A bargain: ,.'." p r a. re. v. acres extra good level !.i ..!. 'i -i'es cf town, on pike; si-l oo; !u k a' iovi : a gHd I -room s:or .uiU half kuu.-e. pump room, wood hou.-c. out be.iiiiings. vl!ar. L,ood b;rri'.. 10li. 1. acres timber, farm will fenced, wril drained: per a re. Akn i.-am rous other good and wt i;,i! rov ii farms. I-' rank Gre m 1 1 1 1 . Hconom . Wan County. Ind. l-lt FOlt SALE - At a bargain ii' sold soon. s-n i m.ni bouse, i'.'i S. V Crd strett. O .1. Ki 1! , I miliums Fur nit uro Store. 10 1 1-17 FOR SALE Two iron b. ds. :c.- box. range for coal or sts. linoleum. ! mattings, and other household goods ! at V2V2 Rids.- direct. 1 4 4C SALE Two acres of laud In Chester with .six room house, barn. ad lots of fruit. Would exchange 'r city property. Chas. 11. Minor. l' South ;!rd ft. H&17 FDR SALE OR TRADE 1 acrs. l' miles of Richmond: will HI or trade for smaller farm. Addresn "Farm." care Palladium. l4-7t j KtU SALE A goxl light spring wajr on, cheap, at 1 22 Ritlge ft. F 0 1 1- S A L E H o u s e h o 1 d g ood .T reus clothing: 22 N. 11th. 14 :t chiid 14-2t FOR SALE Household gmnla at a great bargain, parlor furniture, bed room M'ts. large mantel mirror, walnut sideboard with marble top dining room table and chairs, hand some walnut wardrobe with largA mirror in door; feather pillows and beds: carpets-; heavy oork linoleum, ice chest and kitchen furniture. ant many other articles at a great ao ritice, to sell quick. L. K. Leonard. 115 North loth street. FO RSAlVp: 200 bu8hel3Prime ilu tie Red" clover seed at $10 pe bushel, sacks, 25e. Send P. O. o er or check with ordr. Cha. A. Williams, Marion. Ind. Reference, any Marlon Bank. 10-lCt FORSAXEAlatiQue farnitur aal ' carpets, corner room. 4th and Mala streets. Antique Furniture Co. 10-7t FOR SALE Dining room table and chairs; 220 JJ. 12th, st. 10-t FOlTsAIJiJ OR RENT New suburban 5 room cottage. large lot. lectrta light, on car line, cheap, part oash balance pay' like rent. Addrese "Sale." care Palladtum. ft-7t FOR SALE A good home; reasona ble; 422 Pearl street. Phone 3092. 1141 FOR SALE Pure Pennsylvania buck wheat flour, 25 lbs. for $1.00; Frank M. Clark. 321 'n. 11th kL M4 FOR SALE Tuxedo suit in good con dit'on. Cheap if sold at once. Call at Palladium office. 27-tf MISCELLANEOUS. HORSE SHOEING. Get T. P. Butler's" prices on Horsa Shoeing for 1908. Janl-30t LOST:So7rthFifth btreet, a long" haired white fur s arf. Return to Nicholson's book, store. Reward. BOARDING Central location; heat, bath and telephone; 1106 Mala st. 14-7t SCI 1 OOC:::Schoolof Shorthand anl Typewriting. Mrs. W. S. Hiser. 33 S. 13th St. Thone 5tf FARM LANDS. All kinds, anywhere, J. Ed. Moore, v er 6 N. 7 th street. JanS-3mo DENTISTS. CHENOWETH & DYKKMAN, Mason ic Temple. Automatic phone 2053. 8-tf FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr.. representing the oldest and strongest fire companies, 718 Main, Telephone 1620. 14-tf PHYSICIAN. DR. Ell MA GARDNER, Osteopathia physician. 23 North 10th street, phone lsi, Monday, Tuesday Thursday and P'riday. GraduateA. T. Still school. jan6-20t OSTEOPATHY. DR TOWNS END, Lady assistant. Nortn 3th and A, MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C E. Bradbury. Mgr. 23 North 8th Street UNDERTAKERS. H. R. Downinj & Son, 16 N. 8th at. i2eept6mo REAL ESTATE. R. L. MORE. Real Estate. Accident I snrance ana coieetion; 14 S. 2th. LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu happy hon estly we can. Richmond Steam Laundry.