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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT; Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost, Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards off Thanks, Obituaries, etc., I CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The Market PEsce of Richmond for buyer or sci'er. A trial will con vince you that Palladium Classified Ads are result "cringe rs. 7 INSERTIONS FOR THE PRICE OF 5. THIS KlCI13f05D I'ALLAJJI L3I AND SUX-TELEURA3I, 3IONDAY, 3IAKC1I 2, 11K)8. WANTED. WANTED Fl vo thousand bushels whSto corn. Rung & Co., 16 S. 7Ui St. 29-7t WANTED Carpenter work or all WANTED To buy second-hand furni linds. Building and job work a ture and stoves. 12'o Ridge St. specialty. O. Price, No. 10 S. ISth 2.s-7t St "J-Jt . WANTED To rent a six or seven WANTED Girl for housework at once. room houe for a year, or will buy Address "It. C." caro Palladium. '2-'2t centrall located. Phone 10s5. 2s-3t WANTED To clean and repair your wheels. Elmer Smith, -l-i Main. 2-7t WANTED To loan $oW. M. C. Ben ham. X-Jt WANTED Job work of any kind. Address "E. C. W." care Palladium. t MALE HELP WANTED SALES MEN SALESMAN WANTED Sell retail trade, your locality $Gr, per month and expenses to start or com mission. Experience unnecessary. HERMINGSEN CIGAR CO, Toledo, O. ' WANTED To buy second-hand fur niture, stoves and carpets, 519 Main St., Phone 4201. 29 7t WANTED Place to work on farm by man and wife. Address "E. O. T" car Palladium. 'jiwt WANTED LADY AGENTS to sell high class Ileatherbloom Petticoats having superior workmanship and style. Petticoats when shown sell themselves. Live agents make big money. Write for particulars. Star Petticoat Co.,, 1823 Oakdale Ave. Chicago. 29-6t WANTED Lady of pleasing personal ity to represent us in their home town. Attractive proposition. Lib eral remuneration. Position perma nent Lucielle, Suite 401, 56, 5th Are., Chicago. 29-6t WANTED You to have jour money's worth. The best meals and lunch at the Railroad restaurant, 825 N. E street. 2S-7t WANTED YOUNG MEN to prepare for Exam, for Railway Mail and oth er Govt. Positions. Superior instruc- TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Oh New York. March 2. Open High Amalgamated Copper $0 51 7s American Smelting 59 tiu'i Amerioan Sugar . 112 111 Atchison ii7?s tiS14 B. & 0 78 7! B. R. T oS&i, Kl' i C. M. & St. P. 10S4 109 New York Central !:!? 9:U Northern Pac 121 I2t7s Pennsylvania 111&h, I12'i Peoples' Gas SGi fcC' Reading 9t" onu Southern Pacific 07 GS Union Pacific Ill 112 Vi U. S. Steel 28 1-9 U. S. Steel pfd .-. 92 yt ti2;!i Great Northern 117 118 Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By Corrfcll ?nd Thompson. Brokers, Eaton. O.) Chicago, March 2. Wheat Open. High. Low. Close. May W V?: 071 !. 97 July Sept . .. 'M X .. .. ll'i 1)2 53 M 93 0O1' Corn, May.. ..... CL 01 00 61 U July v?i 00 r,v.i 59v4 Sept . . . . , . &v f. :s-:i Oats. Open. High. Low. Close. May .. 53 53 52 52ni July .... ... 447 44 444 44?4 Kept ... . . 37 C71 a 37 37 Pork. Open. 511s-?- Low. Close. May .$11.70 $11.85 $11.07 $11.70 July .. 12.10 12.22 12.05 12.07 Lard. Open. . High. Low. Close. May $7.fi5 $7.7." $7.62 $7.65 July 7.55 S.C 7.Vi 7.S7 Ribs. Open. Hlgn. Low. Close. May .. . $6.62 $6.72 $6.02 $6.62 July . 6.05 7.00 6.02 0.02 U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago. March 2 Hogs, receipts, 46.000; left over 2.4S1. Cattle 23,000. Sheep 20,000. Hogs Close. (5c lower) Light, $4.354.o7: mixed $L33 4.62H: heavy, $4.35?rt'4.62U ; rough, $4.354.4r. CHICAGO GRAIN RECEIPTS. Today. Last W k. Last Yr. Wheat 15 21 45 Corn, 19S Oats 29J Estimates. JVheat, 25. Corn, 446. Oats. 454. NORTHWEST RECEIPTS. Today. La?t. Wk. Last Yr. plian. ,....522 559 712 tion by mail. Estab. 14 years. Thou sands of successful students. Sam ple questions and ''How Govt. Posi tions Are Secured'' sent free. Inter-State Schools, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 29-12t WANTED By family of adults, 5 to 7 room house, about April 1st. Ail dress Box 102, care Palladium. 2S-3t WANTED Three young ladies to at tend Business College, who can pay tuition and desire to work in pri vate family for board. Address Richmond Business College. 27-7t WANTED Your own ideas of harness carried out in detail, if you wtint a buggy harness, carriage or team harness made to order, at Birck's i Harness Shop, 509 Main street. I Wiggins Old Stand. 27-if WANTED Man and wife to work on farm. Phone 5128-1. 27-7t WANTED Tailor, repairer, cleaner and prcsser to occupy rear end of business room; excellent location. 819 N. E street. 26-tf FOR RENT Five room house, 203 North 2nd. Inquire at 206 S. 8th. 25-7t WANTED Typewriters to repair and overhaul. Burr and Weichnian, Western Union office. 15tf WANTED Your carpets, rugs, up holstery, mattresses, etc., to clean by our vacuum process. Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phone, Home 1916. Bell 395R. 22-tf WANTED Tin work, of all kinds, tools sharpened. Job work a spec ialty. W. T. Harrison, IIS West Main street. 'JIM -It WANTED Men to Learn barber trade; will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weeks com pletes, constant practice, careful in structions, tool; given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, Cincinnati. 6. tf io.) Low r.s 112 -7"-i 78 :i99i 108 V.; 9o'8 120 111 86 Vi 94 67 110U 2 si; 92V4 117 Close ri-r ' 1 8 i0V llS'i! OS'i 79 40 U 109 94-H 121 112 9 5 (38 29 92 117 Duluth .2S7 112 111 L IVERPOOL. Wheat Open U higher; 1:30, l1, higher; close li-U higher. Corn Open 1,4 lower; 1:30, cr; close lower. high- Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies $4.60$4. Good to choice 4.5y 4. ' BEEF STEERS. Good to choice steers 5.O0frg 5. Medium to good steers 4.50t? 5. Choice to fancy yearlings 3.75(if 4 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers .. 4.25 5 Choice to fancy cows . . 3.50 4 Good to choice heifers .... 3.50ft" 1 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice 4.00'(t: 7 Fair to good 3.001f 7 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'vy fleshy teeners 4.25'd' 4 Fair to good feeders . . . . 4.00?!'' 4 Good to choice stockero .. 3.001).' 3 Common to fair heifers . . 2.50 'Jt. 3 SHEEP. Choice lambs 0.25(3.' Best yearlings 5.25(a 6 Best sheep 125t 4 1 r 63 50 15 50 00 .50 .00 .75 .00 " .00 .50 Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) "Wheat (per bu)- Xjc Corn, (per bu) 45c Oats, (per bu.) 47c Rye, (per bu.) 70c Bran, (per ion) $23.50 Middlings, uer ton) $26.00 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs $4.25'i 435 Good heavy packers ..... 4.00$r 4.20 Common and rough .. .. p..50('. t."0 Steers, corn fed l."0:j' 1.50 FOR RENT. FOR RENT Part of house, 122 N. 6th street, suitable for married couple without children; Uuti South Sth. Phone 40!6. l-2t FOR RENT New C room modern house on Hunt street, Fairview, cheap. Call at 35 North 8th Street. Phone 2002. 29 3t FOR RENT Two rooms, 207 S. 5th. 29-3t FOR RENT Furnished room, heat and bath. :v N. ll'tht. 2t-7t FOR RENT Five room house on North 17th, near Main. Electric lights. See me quick. Al. H. Hunt. 7 N. 0th St. -J'.KIt FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms, furnace heat aud bath. 1208 N. D. St. 2H-7t FOR RENT A furnished front room bath, heat. Private family. Call phone 2093 or 1326 Main. 26-7t FOR RENT Five room flat, 819 N. E street; inquire at barber shop. 26-tf For Rent Furnished room, ;2J N. 10th St. 14-2St FOR RENT House, five rooms, bath and furnace. MM N. W. 3rd St. Dr. Walls, 21 South 10th St. 2-tf FOR RENT Furnished room, private entrance, steam heat and bath, 10 South 7th. 2-7t FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond cal estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterf'.eld, Kelly Block, 8th & Main. 7tf FOR SALE Steel cook stove, good condition. Chas. Spencer, R. R. 8. l-7t FOR SALE A good organ; call 15 N. 16th street. l-3t FOR SALE All kinds new and sec ond hand furniture, cheap. E. Wy att's, 516 Main st. l-7t FOR SALE Elegant Post Cards, from Heifers 3.75 4.00 Fat cows 3.00 sD 3.75 Bulls 3.00 3.50 Calves 6.50 7.00 Lambs 6.00Q) 6.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb . .10c Old chickens, per lb., 12Vi to 15c Turkeys, per lb., 18c Ducks, per lb 15c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb rile Country butter, per lb., 20 to 25c Eggs, per doz 22c Richmond Hay, Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) .. .. S12 to 13 Timothy Hay (loose) . . .$10.0011.00 Clover hay (baled) $12.00 Clover" Hay (loose) $9.0010.00 Mixed Hay 10.00 Straw, (per ton,) 6.O0 Corn (per bu.) 47 Oats, (per bu.) 45 Fodder (per ton) $7.00 Cincinnati Livestock- Cincinnati. March 2. Ho'-Receipts. 4,424; firm. Cat3 Receipts, 1,440; steady. Butchers S4.G5(fi 4.S5. Veal $6,005 6.75. Sheep ?5.0XJ7.50. Lambs steady. Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, March 2. Cattle-Receipts, 2,100. Prime and extra, $5.50gr5.75. Common to fair $3.23 4.00. Veal, $3.50(5? S.50. Hogs Receipts, S.OOO. Prime and yorkers. $4.SOaG.Oi. Common and rough. $3.Mii - Good to prime, $4.05f4.75. Sheep and lambs Receipts 2.0OO: steady. Fair to choice lambs $4.f6.00. Sheep. S5.0OS7.50. Richmond Seed Market. (Runge & Co.) Clover Seed (per bu) Timothy (per bu.) .$10.60 ..$2.23 East Buffalo Livestock. j Eat Buffalo, March 2. i Cattle Receipts, 2.625; firm. j Veal and calves $5.259.00. : Shee pand lambs Receipts 15.000. : Sheep, $3.00r,f4.50. Lambs, cull to choice $5.23 7.50. Hogs Receipts. 13.000. Heavies and rough $4.05YJ5.O j Toledo Grain. j Toledo. March 2 j Wheat Cash. $1.00. j Corn Cash 59. Oats-Cash, 54. ! Oloverseed Cash $11. Alsike-Cash. M.'UV i livo-Cash C'2. 2 to 2ac, Madonas from celebrated pictures, embossed, satin and ivory finish, at Moormann's Book Store. 520 Main street. l-3t FOR SALE Must be sold in 10 days. ' Fine residence, modern improve ments. Barn, 74 ft. lot, 3 squares of center of city. Will sell for half what it cost. J. B. Beckwith. over 716 Ma.in St. J0-7t FOR SALE Ask your grocer for pure old-fashioned Buckwheat flour made by Runge & Co., 16 s. 7th St. 29-7t FOR SALE Good six room house near , shops on easy monthly payments. 1 See me quick. A. H. Hunt, 7 N. ' Oth St. 20 3t , FOR SALE New 1008 wheels and sun dries. Elmer Smith, Main 2-7t FOR SALE Vests only 5 cents each; Overcoats and suits at your own price, at BoVen & Co's, 1129 Main street. 2-5t FOR SALE Household goods, No. 32 Westcott Block. 2-2t i FOR SALE Improved farm of 100 acres; well located and desirable. I Address the owner, Geo. W. Barn ! ard. Economy. Ind. 2-lt FOR SALEA splendid new upright piano for less than half price charg ed by piano dealers. Conditions are such as must sell. Phone 3V4 2S-7t FOR SALE $1,550 will buy a double frame house, 6 rooms on sach side, lot 83 feet front with large barn. Renting for $S a side. Ball & Peltz, real 'estate and insurance. 26-7t rOR SALE Eight room house on west side, bath furnace, electric light, large attic, cement walks and stable. Owner leaving city. Call phone 3144. 2.VTt FOR SALE Car load jf horses, pub lic auction, Saturday, March 7th. Taube's Barn, 126 N. Cth street. 2 1-tf FOR SALE Big line clover, timothy, garden and field seeds. Garver & Meyers, 011 Main street. 15-1 mo MISCELLANEOUS. FOR EXCHANGE 20 acres good land SPECTACULAR FIRE Lightning Struck Barn Owned By Charles Hunt, Farm er, Near Bethel. SEEN FOR f MANY MILES. Lightning struck the barn of Char les Hunt, u farmer living near Bethel, last night, instantly killed a cow and started a blaze which burned the building to the ground and nearly : caused the destruction of Mr. Hunt's; residence. The barn was a frame building. Last night during the heavy i rain storm the occupants of the Hunt home were stunned by a vivid flash of lightning which was followed by an unusually loud peal of thunder. Immediately after this display of electricity, Mr. Hunt noticed a blaze on the roof of the barn which Is quite a little distance from the house. He and the other members of his family rushed to the burning building and on entering, noticed that one of the cows was lying dead in its stall, a hole in the forehead showing whero the lightning had struck it. Several hundred dollars worth of grain and fodder was consumed by the blaze. Embers from the burning barn rose high in the air like a fire works dis play and several of these embers alighted on the roof of the farm house. Mr. Hunt made a desperate fight to! keep his home from going up in smoke. The fire could be seen for miles. This fire could be plainly seen by people on a traction car running be tween Richmond and Westville. Women the Greater Dreamer. A Vienna doctor has published the following figures: Thirteen men out of a hundred as against thirty-three women dream dur ing their sleep. The number of men who dream frequently is 27 per cent; that of women is 45 per cent. As a j general rule, it may be said that the) weaker sex has twice as much tend-1 ency to dreaming as the opposite sex 1 The cerebral phenomenon under con-: sideration la absolutely unknown to a per cent, and 14 per cent dream only very rarely. It seems idle to add that the same doctor noted, what is perfectly well known, that almost ali our dreams are suggested more or less directly by the incidents of the material life of every day. Boston Advertiser. The Twilight Of Ur. The muscles of the stomach In old a?e are not as strong or active as la youth and in cocie. quence old people are very subject to cemtipa tion and taditestton. Many seldom hare a bowel movement witnout artificial aU2. Many, also, have unpleasant eructations of yas from tee stomach after eating-. All this can be avoid ed by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which permanently rezulates the bowels so that passages wme naturailx. an-1 t strengthens the stomach that food digested without ii wmfnrt. Druggists sell it at 50 cents or fl a l&rsre bottle. near interurban. s room house, sta ble, etc. Can um' piece Richmond property. For rent. 7 room l:ou-e South 11th street. 1 'J..' . I'lum h-p; or 4i."i''. Frank M. Price, t'o louial building. 2 7; BOARDING and rooms. 11; Main S'.' FOl"NI Best Buckwheat flour, made by Runge & Co., 16 S. 7th St. .sk your grocer. 29-7t LOST A bunch of keys between the postoffice and H street; return to Palladium office and get reward. l-2t PROF. Rolling, for a sure cure lor corns, 20 S. sth. Phone 4212. 17-5ot NOTICE. NOTICE Have your upholstering done now before the rush. Billheim er. Cor. 4th and Main streets. Phone 1499. l-7t NOTICE Public horse sale, 100 head horses, draft, horses, good farm mares and mules; all stock sold as represented or money refunded. Don't forget the date. Sale to com mence at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, March 7th. Gus Taube, 12 4-126 North 6th street. l-6t NOTICE The party who took my ov ercoat at the Coliseum by mistake, can have his by calling at 227 N. 18th street. 2-lt NOTICE Better8ee Ixtr&Jones7 9 South 6th St., about those new screens you will want this season. 29-7t NOTICE Now is the time to have your wheels overhauled. A full line of tires and sundries. Brown &. Dar nell 1022 Main street. 20-3t NOTICE Waking & Co. are the new firm who will do all kinds of plumb ing, heating and bicycle business. They wiil be glad to havo their many old customers as well as new ones to call and see them. Wm. Waking is manager of the new com pany, 406 Main street. 26-7t MORTGAGE EXEMPTIONS. Mortgage Exemptions may now be filed in the office of the County Aud- THE EYEBROWS. Some Snperatltions and Odd Belief Concerning; Them. Notwithstanding their inconspicuous ness, the eyebrows have been the cen ter of a certain amount of lore and even superstition. But the chief point at which superstition or folklore is found in this conection is in those cases, not infrequent, where the eye brows meet. Everywhere this meeting of the brows has been held to be omi nous in one way or another. In some of our southern counties folks say that it is good to have such brows, for the possessor will never have trouble; but this is a rare inter pretation. As a rule, the meeting brows are held to be of evil omen. Readers of Charles Kingsley's "Two Years Ago" will remember Mrs. Har vey's face, which had been handsome and was still clever; "but the eye brows," continues Kingsley, "crushed together downward above her nose and, rising high at the outer corners. Indicated as surely as the restless down drop eye a character self con scious, furtive, capable of great incon sistencies, possibly of great deceits." In the Icelandic sagas a man with meeting eyebrows is said to be one of the dreadful creatures known as were wolves, and the same belief has been traced in Denmark and Germany; while in Greece, says Mr. Baring Gould, they are a sign that a roan is a vampire. Iu horror there is little to choose between vampires and were wolves. A fanciful reason which has been given for these superstitions is that the meeting brows resemble a but terfly, "the familiar type of a soul ready to fly off and enter some other body." This seems tolerably far fetched. In Hungary gypsy women and men whose eyebrows grow together are sup posed to have in special degree the power to enchantment, and as Illiterate folk have a great dread of such mys terious powers, especially as they may be supposed to be directed against the well being or happiness of their chil dren, it need hardly be said that a man whose brows meet is not a popular person. Even now there are parts of England where a belief in witchcraft i-till lingers, and not so very long ago in Northumberland there were people who regarded a person whose eyebrows met as a witch or warlock. In the north of Aberdeenshire, ac cording to the late Rev. Walter Gregor, who was a very competent authority on Scottish lore and customs, a "closebroot man" that is, one whose eyebrows meet was regarded as being immoral. Elsewhere in Scotland one with "close broos" was regarded as unlucky to be met as "first fit" while other folk went a good deal further and regarded the unlucky possessor of "close broos" as one foredoomed to be hanged. London Globe. St. Valentine. St. Vaieiitine. presbyter and martyr, unlike many saint who are specially remembered, did nothing which could Live suggested the umuaer iu which his day is celebrated. It was his for tune to suffer martyrdom (be wan beaten with a club and thn'bhadfdt t st a t'w wbn th heathen of sv.tb-' era Eur'-,-accu;t'jmf;J to observe i itor. Afftdaxits must be file, I each car, those of former jcars not be ing available DEM AS S. l"OE. Auditor. CARD Of THANKS. V desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to the kind neighbors am! friends who assisted ami sympathized with us durint: the illness and death of our little son. Yours respectfully. Mr. and Mrs. John -M. Weibel. LODGE NOTICE. NOTICE F. O. E. BUSINESS of importance to come be fore the aerie Wednesday night. March 4. 1'.S. Every Eagle is requested to be present. Joe Weis baupt, president. J. F. Hartzler, sec . rotary. '2-V.X PERSONAL. AVOID FORTUNE TELLERS. Do away with dream books. A pack of our wonderful cards will tell your past, present and future accurately. Now only 50c, complete. ESMAR, 1006, 1J5 Dearborn St., Chicago. 29-7t MARRY WEALTH AND BEAUTY. Marriage directory free. Pay when married. New plan. Address H. A. Horton, Dept. P, Tekonsha, Mich. 29-6t FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr., 716 Main. 14 tf PHYSICIAN. DR. HOUGHTON, who has been sick, has resumed his practice. Phone 1777. 12-tf LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu happy hon estly we caD. Richmond Steam Laundry. rue reru. u o.-. ,;r.ug. T.'s qZltn eyes ot those dependent upon sunlight for warmth learned to note and welcome every Indication of the approaching season. They watched the birds, and when they saw them mating and mak ing love they were minded to do the same, and so strong was the habit that, as with Christmas day, the good fathers did not attempt to root out th custom, but to connect it with some holy name, and St. Valentine's day of martyrdom fitted very nearly to that tlma. QUEER TEACHING. A Glimpse of the One Time Methods In cotch Schools. To the work of supervisor of schools In Scotland 'Mr. John Kerr devoted a number of years. In his book, "Other Memories, Old and New," he has set down some amusing illustrations of the unintelligent way In which the school work was sometimes conducted. The revised code of education which was introduced In 1862 made provision for nothing but reading, writing and arithmetic in their barest forms. There was no suggestion about grammar, ge ography, history or intelligence in any study. Explanation of the reading les son was not demanded, and therefore it was neglected in some of the schools The following is an example: The lesson was one giving an ac count of a clever dog which had res cued a child from drowning. It was said that the dog was caressed by the parents of the child. I asked what was the meaning of the word "caressed," and the answer came at once, "Made of fond led." On referring to the list of words at the top of the page I found the ex planation given was, "made of, fon dled." Wishing to find out if any child In the class had got a glimmering of the meaning, I went from top to bottom and got from every child nothing but "made of fond led." pronounced as four words, to which they attached no mean ing whatever. " The teacher was surprised that I was not satisfied with the Intelligence of the teaching. A Tenor'a Rebuke. Roger, the great French tenor, a sen sitive soul, was prone to take offense at any slight, whether intentional or not. On one occasion he was engaged for 1.200 francs to sing at the house of a wealthy financier. Roger sang his first song magnificently, but no one paid him the slightest attention, and the guests continued to talk their loud est Presently the host thought the time had come for another song and sent for Roger. He could not be found and that evening was seen no more. Next day there came a note from him. accompanied by 1.500 francs. The note ran something lU.Tth!! Nottice Farmers FARM LANDS. Small places near city. J. Ed. Moore, nAr N. 7th street. janS-"mi DENTISTS. HERBERT B. LOPER, Dentist, Rooms Id and 17 Colonial Bldg. Phone 1GT.4. 20-GOt. MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C K. Bradbury, MgT.. S3 North 8th Street UNDERTAKERS. H. R. Downing & Sob, 16 N. Sth st 12sept6mo The Ground Hog Can't Keep Us In Six Weeks. At Your Services to Buy, SeltT Borrow or Loan. List your property with th Hustler. FOR SALE. An (11,000 Realty Investment and. pays 12 per cent. A Good Property, 7 rooms, $1,200 12 per cent. A Residence on N. 7th, price $2,200 A 5 room House, barn, all good, $1,200 A 3 room House, all good $500 ' A 2 room House, all good ,...,.$500 A 5 room House, all good. .-,,..$859 $500 to Loan on First Mortgage. $600 to Loan on First Mortgage. WANT $1300 to loan good. I WANT $1,000 to Loan good. Some of the above properties and many more can be bought as rent, with a little cash. Can rent you a house or rent your house. Can Lean you money or loan your money. We are hustling here. I have more calls of buyers for properties than I have listed. List your farms and property here, by postal card or as you choose. For further information See That Morgan, 8th and N. E PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY ' T have the "honor to" return the 1.20O francs which I received for singing at your function, and I beg leave to add 800 franca thereto for having bo great- ' ly disturbed the conversation ot your guests." Chicago Record-Herald Obeyed Order. Mamma Why did you eat the wbol 0 that pie in the pantry, Willie? IJttl Willie 'Cause you told me once never to do things by halves. New Tork Globe. Don't help yourself to other people' money just because the doctor says yoa must have change. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind., Notice to Contractors: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that sealed proposals will be received by it, at its office at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on Wednes day, March 18th, 1908 for the construc tion of such Cross Walks as may b ordered by said Board during the en suing year. All work done in the making of said described public improvements, shall be in accordance with the detail plans, profiles, drawings and specifi cations which are on file and may be seen in the office of said Board of Pub lic Works of tho City of Richmond. The bidders. In submitting propos als to make said described pabllo im provements, must accompany each bid with a certified check In the sum of $100.00, as evidence of good faith that (the successful bidders will execute. within ten days from the acceptance cf proposals, contracts and bonds sat isfactory to the said Board to do the work of making said improvement. A failure cf the successful bidders to en ter into such contracts and bonds up on the acceptance of such proposals will forfeit the checks and the sums of money payable thereon to the city as agreed and liquidated damages for such failure. . The Board of Public Works reserves ho right to reject any or all bids. GEORGE STAUBACII, WATSON P. O'NEAL. II. B. JOHNSON. Board of Public Works. march "Jnd The Great Blood Purifier. For sale by Leo H. Flhe. T. F. McDonald and W. H. Sudhoff. lJOidu,' 22721, the imported French Pe re heron Stallion, better known as the Clevenger horse, and "Prince Wilkes." will be at my Farm this seas on. 2"',i miles north of Richmond, on Middieboro Pike. Th public is invlt fd to call and twrn. A. H; Pyl, K. V. H. No. i. rbmrn Slo.i-C.