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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY. 31 ARCH
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost, Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. 1 CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The Market Plsce of Richmond for buyer or seSler. A trial will "con vince you that Palladium Classified Ads re result bringers. 1 INSERTIONS FOR THE PRICE OF 5. i eaT per y WANTED. WANTED Middle-ased woman as housekeeper, two in family. Must romp wfll recommended. Ca'l at 48 S. 171 h. 1 WANTED To exchange building lot for horse and buggy. Phone 1822. 207 N. 12th St. 26-It WANTED Work by boy 14 years old. Call 323 S. !)th. 2-3t WANTED Nursing by an experienc ed nurse, 203 Main St. 26-3t WANTED-Washing and ironing" to do'! Call at 124 S. L'nd at. Wr'M WANTED See" Moreheari for" nrof es elonal vault cleaning. Phone 2177. 938 Butler street. 23""f WANTED To trade C f tTshow-case for one 4 ft. J. H. Stranahan. 9th & Main. 25-2t WANTED A man to trim apple trees. .1. H. Colvin. Route S. Box 01. 24-4t i.a.wuiy- iu uuj a iifctu tan null dog. Call phone 5108C. 23-7t W A NTE D T w o good "men f o rco u n try work. Apply to Golding, Palladium office. 22-7t WANTED- Youto ride a " Reading Standard, holds the world's record. Sold by Brown & Darnell, 1022 Main St. 22-7t WANTEbT'gU-ry6uchiiicetout out your rent. Can sell you nice home, small payment down, balance monthly. Call phone 1085. 20-7t ANTED Boarders at :..'$ N. IHh and C. ?:s.7.i a week. 20-7t WANTED -To clean and repair your wheels. Elmer Smith, 42 Main. 13-tf WAN TED Men to Learn barber trade; will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weeks com pletes, constant practice, careful in structions, tools given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati. O. tf .WANTED Ycur carpets, rugs, up holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clean by our vacuum process. Richmond TODAY S MARK NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, March 26 Open High Low Amalgamated Copper 5934 6 0V4 58 American Smelting "t'z T4 72 American Sugar , 126 126' 123 Atchison .. 74 ?i 74Ts 7a b. & o s;: sin B R- T 46 47 464 C. M. & St. P 119Va 119 ns New York Central 08 98 97 V Northern Pac Pennsylvania ' People's Gas Heading: Bouthern Pacific Union Pacific IT. S. Steel U. S. Steel pfd . Great Northern Chicago. CHIOAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (By Correll snd Thompson, Brokers. Eaton. O.) i Wheat. Open. Hith. Low. Close. May 94 95 94 95 July 89 90 89 90 Sept 87 S7 S6 S7 Corn. Open. High. Low. Close. May 67 67 66 66 July 64 64 64 64 Sept 63 63 63 63 Oatt. Open. High. Low. Close. May 54 54 54 54 July 48 48 48 48 Sept 38 39 38 38 ; Pork. j Open. High. Low. Close. May $12.V f 12.S 13.60 12.90 Uuly 12.97 13.SO 12.97 13.SO Lard. i Open. Hign. Lxw. Close. lay 7.07 8.1. 7i7 R12 July 8.20 8.r 815 8.32 Ribs. "May C.S.l fi.ST. July .. .. .. 7.15 7.25 7.15 7.22 U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago, March 26. Hops, receipts r0,000. 5c higher. Left over 3.652. Cattle 7,000. Sheep 12,000. Hogs Close. (10-20o higher "Light $5.15ff$5.47 t Mixed 5.1 5 't- 5.50 Hough 5.15 5.50 Heavy ' 5.15??? 5.30 CHICAGO GRAIN RECEIPTS. Today. Last Wk. Last Yr. M'hcat 22 49 12 Cora 172 Oats 178 NORTHWEST RECEIPTS. Today. Last Wk. Last Yr. Winn 137 223 S64 l)uluth ...48 60 155 LIVERPOOL. Wheat Open - lower: 1:30, higher; close - higher. Corn Open lower; 1:30, - low r: close lower. House Cleaning Co. Phone, Home 1916. Bell 393R. 22-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT A six and four room house at 234 S. W. Second street. Ihquire at 34 N. 5th street.- Will rent for nine and seven dollars. 26-1 1 FOR RENT Rooms with barn and garden; also rooms for storage. In quire of Mrs. Belle Sinex. 2 squares south of City limits on Abington Pike. 2tJ-lt FOR RENT Rooms; lodging or tight house keeping; cheap, 103 N. 17th St. 26-3t FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 43 Ft. Wayne Ave. 26-2t FOR RENT Four room modern house. Call 32r S. ttth st. 20-St. FOR RENT Business rooms and flats. Ft. Wayne Ave. See Alfords. 2-tf. FOR RENT Furnished room for light housekeeping. 220 N. 12th street. 23-2t FOR RENT Furnished rooms720 N 12th street. 25-7t F O RRE N T 3 o7T To om sTfurnished or unfurnished, near car barn, also 7 room house, S. 18th street and barn. See me quick, Al H. Hunt, 7 N. 9th St. 25-::t FOR RENT Seven room flat, modern, on North E. Call phone 2107 or 3474. IM-at FOR RErfTFurntshed rooms, U4 N. 11th. 21-7t FOR REN T Flat five roonTsand "bat hi cellar, etc., steam heat and water furnished. 322 North Sth. 21-7t FOR"RENtFurnishedroom, heat, and bath. 30 North 12th. 20-7t FOR REN f Houses"; $ i 07$ 1 4, $ 1 5" Benj. F. Harris. 12tf FOli RENT Furnished rooms; alto office rooms, with steam heat and bath, at The Grand, for gents only. 3-4-tf Close 6(1 t :8 125 73 82 46 118 97 127 117 90 106 75 126 35 127 128 126 11" 117 116V8 S9 90 U 89 10fi 1077 10r,1i 75 76 75 127 . 12SU 125 3 35 34 99 99 99 121 124 122 123 Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Rest heavies $3.239 5.40 Good to choice 5.20 5.30 BEEP STEERS. Good to choice heifers . . 6.00 6.63 Medium to good steers . . 6.00 6.65 Choice to fancy yearlings. . 5.50 6.00 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers.... 4.75(?! 5.75 Choice to fancy cows $4.25 5.25 Good to choice heifers .... 4.00 4.23 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice 4.00 6.50 Fair to good 3.001i6.25 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs 5.00 5.25 Fair to good feeders 4.65 5.00 Good to choice stockers 3.50 4.50 Common to fair heifers .. 3.30 4.75 SHEEP. Choice lambs 6.75 7.25 Best yearlings 5.00Q1 6.50 Best sheep 4.50 5.00 Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills.) Wheat (per bu.) 95c Corn, (per bu.) 30c Oats, (per bu.) 47c Rye, (per bu.) 70c Bran, (per ton) ..$24.00 Middlings, (per ton) ?2G.OO Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) .. .. $12 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.) o.oo! Corn (per bu.) 55 ! Oats (per bu.) 47 to 50c Fodder (per ton) $7.00 Richmond CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs $ DUO The Rise of-Jimmie Johnson. VI. HE ADVERTISED FOR TRADE. "Now," said Mr. Johnson, "I am not inclined to stoa ADVERTISING, Juet because I'm nearly at the fc&p, So ho ADVERTISED the business In a lively way, Bringing much increase of trade and likewise better pay. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. PorterMeld, Kelly Block Sth & Main. 7tf FOR SALE Buff Leghorn eggs for hatching from the largest and fin est yard of strictly genuine thor oughbred Leghorns in the city. oOc per sitting of 13 eggs. Call at 4oO So. 3th street, city. niarlO-thur &sun-tf FOR-S A LE It ho d eTs 1 an d ' Red "eggs. Good heavy packers 5.25 Common and rough $4.50 $4.75 Steers, corn fed 4.50 5.00 Heifers 3.75 4.25 Fat cows 3.00 3.75 Bulls 3.25 3.50 Calves 6.50 7.00 Lambs 6.00 6.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..lHc Old chickens, per lb., 12 to 15c Turkeys, per lb ISc Ducks, per lb 15c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 31c. Country butter, per lb., 20 to 25c Eggs, per doz 12 Richmond Seed Market. (Runge & Co.) Clover Seed (per bu) $11.00 Timothy (per bu.) $2.25 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, March 26. Cattle Receipts light. Prime and extra ?.j.0 xfrG.50. Common to fair $5.00 5.70. Veal $3.00 7.25. Hogs Receipts, S loads. Prime and yorkers $5.60 5.80. Common and roughs, $4.XVJ:4.. Pigs, $4.0. Sheep & lambs, receipts light, steady. Good to prime, $t!.257.x). Fair to choice lambs. $3..Y7.7.rA Cincinnati Livestock Cincinnati, March 26. Hogs Receipts 20S1; firm BCattle Receipts 624 Butcher steers $5.50ii Veal, $5.25 6.50. Sheep, easy. Lambs, strong. strong. 5-CO. Toledo Grain. Toledo. March 26. Wheat, i0. Corn, 63. Cats, C5. Clover seed. 513.33. Alsike. $12.40. Rye, S2. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo, March 26. Cattle Receipts. 2o head: active. Veal and calves $5.00(a,7.75. Sheep and lambs Receipts, 6.4ort. S h ee p 7a . 23. Lambs, cull to choice, So. 23 S.0. Hogs Receipts. 2.04. Mixe dand yorkers. Kg-'.tSTn Pigs. S4.40r5.23. H?avles and rough $4.60 5.45. MARRIAGE LICENSE. William E. Mutchner and Pearl Kirkpatrick. both of Richmond. Adam A. Eby, Richmond, and La verna May Beard, Boston. L this concerns rou. read careraUy; ut Caliweil'i Syrcp Pepsin is positively rnrn tevl to core ibdifsstiom. coastipation, sk k bad acbo, effensft breath, malaria ax all disease arising from etomar Tosb. PALLADIUM WANT AOS. PAY 1201 S. J. Thone 1591. Geo. W. Harvey. 26-9t FOR SALE Good big team of mules, cheap. Also riding plow, new last year. Harry Thompson, Union Pike. 26-7t FOR SALE Hot plates, furniture, etc. Bow en & Co.. 1129 Main st. 2;-7t FOR SALE House, 7 rooms, modern, 450 South 14th St. 25-7t FOR SALE Just received, new line of Iftos wheels, three standard makes, not made by the trust. Call and get TWO ANNAS Ofl OHE Two Suits Filed by Anna Bow man for Divorce From John Bowman. ALLEGE CRUEL TREATMENT There are eithor two Anna Bow mans in Wayne county, who are dis satisfied with two John Bowmans. or there is but one Anna and one John and two attorneys have filed suit to procure a divorce from the same John for the same Anna. Which is it V "Squire Abbott, who filed the suit to day, said he does not know whether he represents one Anna who wishes a suit from one John and Robbins. Starr & Robbins represents another Anna, who wishes a suit from another John or if one Anna in her tribulation has con sulted both legal firms for advise. This fact exists in reality, however. There Jare two suits for divorce filed in the Wayne circuit court and the plaintiff in each case is Anna Bowman and the defendant is John Bowman. Robbins .S. Starr & Robbins represent Anna No. 1. She alleges cruel and inhuman treat ment and abandonment. Those are the same charges preferred by Anna No. 2. v according to the complaint prepared by "Squire Abbott. A QUICK RECOVERY Or Judge Fox Will Grant Con tinuance of the Smith Vaughan Trial. UP TO THOMAS J. STUDY. Thomas J. Study is improving slight ly and today was abie to leave his bed. He was not recovered sufficiently to at tempt to leave his home, however. Judge Fox, in the Wayne circuit court stated this morning that unless Mr. Suidy shows speedy recovery in the next day or two. the court will grant a continuance of the Smith-Vaughan trial in which Mr. Study appears as an attorney. Mr. Study's affliction is one that has given him trouble for a num ber of years. E MILLS START Elwood, lnd., March 2i. District Manager Thomas O'Brien, of the tin-plate-works, announces that he has prevailed on the Eastern officials to allow him to start four more hot mills in, the local plant on next Monday morning, March 30, which will make sixteen running at that time. This will give employment to about 200 more men. prices. We can please you. Full line tires and .supplies. Brown and Darnell. 1l'2 Main 5t. 22-7i FOR SALE One Garland base-burner, one gas ranpe. one Monarch gas heating stove; all good as new; cal! at lT.ir. North B. 25-3t FOR SALE Combination saddle and driving horse, cheap. Inquire 12 N. 9th street. 2.V2t FOR-SALE All kinds sewing nui chine. needles, oils and repairs. R. M. Laeey. .V.O Main street. LWTi FOR SALE- One set" of "double work harness, breaking plow, single shov el plow and harrow. All good as new. 22' N. 10th street. 24-3t FOR SALE Yearling" shoTt "horn bull'. J. B. Colvin. Route S, Box !1. 2t-7t FOR SALE Green Mountain seed po tatoes, home grown, great yielders, early and late in one. S. McGriff. 4irN. nth St. 24-;;t FOR SALE Some Big Four seed oats. Call on or address A. O. Haisley. Route 7. 22-7t FOR SALE hand and Main. -Bargains in new second antique furniture. "U 21 -7t FOR SALE A large refrigerator suit able for meat market or grocer, size 3 ft. x 7 in. x 9 ft. Can be bought for one-fourth of actual cost. Ball & Peltr, Real Estate & Insurance. 20-7t FOR" SALE 10O head of horses." Pub lic auction, Saturday, March- 2th. Taube's barn. 125 N. fith St. Ki-tf FOR SACENw9 heels all d sun dries. Elmer Smith, 421? Main. 13-tf LOST. LOST Between 10th and 15th on S. C, leather seat off a child's veloci pede. Return to Hornaday's Hard ware Store. 26tf MISCELLANEOUS. MIDDAY 6697, draft horse, 1800 lbs. Make season at Robert's livery barn, QUARTERLY MEETING Fifth Street M. E. Church Is In a Very Prosperous Condition. OFFICERS ARE APPOINTED. The quarterly meeting of the Fifth Street M. E. church was held last evening. There was a large attend ance and the reports read showed that the church was in a prosperous condition. The following officers and committee members were appointed: Trustees H. P. Owens, Chas. Palm er, Henry Holzapfel. S. H. Jones, H. S. Stillinger, Michael Hickey. Stewards K. R. Thompson, S. T. Hastings, Jennie Williams, Marie Howells, Ruth Kelley. W. S. Taylor. Recording Steward Jennie Wil liams. Dist. Steward E. R. Thompson. Committees. Foreign Missions H. S. Stillinger, Suda Nichols, Nettie Reid, Myrtle Weidner. Home Missions and Church Kxten sion Emma Hudson, Lida Hill, J. S. Brumley. Freedmen's Aid, Education anil Tracts Adah Thompson. Geo. Ellis. Agnes Stillinger, Alice Howells. Ma bel Weidner. Temperance. Mrs. R. R. Hopkins, Mrs. R, E. Campbell, Mrs. Letitia Catey. Sunday Schools Marie Howells, Iaura Lovin, Anna Taylor. Church Records H. S. Stillinger, J. 'O. Foss. Church Music E. R. Thompson, James Kelley, Josie Campbell, Miss Grace Foss. Ernest Reid, Palmer Strat ton. Estimating Pastor's Salary H. P. Owens. S. T. Hastings. James Kelley, Trios. Iovin, E. R. Thompson. Parsonage and Furniture Mrs. Margaret Cones. Mrs. Mary Palmer, Mrs. H. P. Owens, Ellis Hodson, Mrs. S. T. Hastings. IS PERSECUTING JEWS Appeals for Justice Are Ig nored. Berlin. March 2t. Roumania has in itiated a campaign of persecution of the Jews according to advices, equal ing anything of which the Russian Government ha3 been guilty. The au thorities are expelling thousands of Jewish families from districts in which they have been unmolested for years. Their appeals for justlco are entirely i ignored by the Roumanian Govern-! ment. If yon are troubled with sfok he ad ac be. con stipation, indigestion, offensive breath or any disease arisina; from stomach trosbie. get a 50c or $1 bottle of Dr. Caidweil's Syrup Pepsin. It U positively ruaraateed to core you. 131S Main street. Good Pedigree. $12. "0 insure colt. Farmers please call. i:. Tt S 1 It) E K E PA I R INC. John- Seaman . 1 2 Main. 2V7i GEO. M. Gl.'YER General contractor. Carpenter, and builder. Job work. Screens and screen doors. Automa tic phone 1336. 2"-tt S P EC I AL IN Dl'l'EM E NTS i -t f7rt.fon plumbing and wiring. Richmond Plumbing and Eleetric Co.. 41 Main street. Phone . 24-7t HERBERT It. LOPER Dentist ; room 1C Colonial Hid?., phone HUU. 23-;'Ot NOTICE Miss S. E. Conn has opened dress making parlors. Room t".l Colo nial building. First class work, reasonable prices. 21 7t A. B. HARNED, first-class shoe repair ing; North 10th and E sts. 23-7t Vehicles of-ai kTndT" repaired. Tainted, rubber tiring. New shop on alley. North 4th and A streets. 2J-7t FIRE PR( H F ST E E L SAFESLatest models and secondhand. Low prices. Write or call Allen C. Harris. 47 U. B. Building. Dayton. O. 21-tf FTOTICEB'etter see Lott & Jones, 9 South 6th street, about those new screens you will want this season. 21-7t NOTICE Now's the time to shoe your kids at lo to 5o cents per kid. at BroolCs store, ."2S Main. 21 7t DON'T "SELL" YOUR" POULTRY h n't il you call George Lane, phone 1851. 20-7t GEO. W. MANSFIELD. Residence Ar chitect, 42-43 Colonial Bldg., Rich mond, lnd. 20-7t UPHOLSTERING, Repair inflnlTli ne coverings. Russell, 14 South 7th. Phone 1793. 6-S0t Wal i ng & Co. Plumbing P lie ycles , Motorcycles, 406 Main. Both rdiones. 6-30t Crane & Thompson, general elec tric contractors and supplies. 18 N. 3th. Phone 1950. 4-30t Hams, any kind or size 12c. lb. Bacon, lean and nice 12 and 15c. Should- Indianapolis Fire Insurance Company Reinsured by German American. SURPLUS IS DECREASING. Indianapolis, March 26. Sol Meyer, presideut of the old Indianapolis Fire Insurance company, which has just been reinsured by the German Amer ican of New York, is sending out let ters to the Indianapolis fire agents, telling them of the change. Special agents of two or three fire insurance companies have already been at the state auditor's office, trying to get the names of the Indianapolis fire agents. If is presumed that these special agents see an opportunity to place some of their business in the state in new hands. The Indianapolis Fire had about 150 agents in Indiana. Altogether it had about G50 agents. Mr. Meyer, in his letters to the agents, explains the cause for rein surance, saying that the surplus of the Indianapolis Fire was gradually decreasing. The German American, he says, has purchased all of the busi ness of the Indianapolis Fire which was in force at noon, March 23, lftOS. This purchase, he explains, includes agency records, registers and other data relating to risks reinsured and these records now become the proper ty of the German American. Professor Lamar Granted Professional License by The State. WITH LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL. Prof. F. S. Lamar of the Richmond high school faculty was granted a pro fessional licence by the state board of education at its last meeting. This distinction represents an hon or for which almost all of the teachers of Indiana aspire. Since the stric; rules adopted by the state board of education the requirements are far more stringent than formerly. There is no medicine so efe moA at the tame time to pleasant to take aa Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the positive etsre for all diseases arising from stomach trouble. The price is very reaa naable 50c and H- Notice Farmers NSURANCE CHANGE SECURES CTIOH n nu raias ;c in. i.verymir.g in fresh meat; lowest prices, quality considered. Schw egmau's Meat Markets, both ho:ies. 5-2t PROF. Rolling, for a uTr cure for corns. 2o S. sth. Phone 4242. K-aOt Low prices on lumber, lath and shing les, imck V Hii! Co. 3-30t MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monument Co.. C. E. Rradbury. .Mgr., S3 North Sth Street. PHYSICIAN. PHYSICIAN Dr. Emma Gardner, os. feopathic physician, 23 N. 10th St. Phone 1SS1. mar3 lm FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans N. Koll. Mgr.. 716 Main. ' 14 tf FARM LANDS. Small places near city, .1. Fd. Moore, over 6 N. 7th street. janS-3tn UNDERTAKERS. II. It. Downing & Sob, 16 N. 8th U i2sep6mo LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu happy hon estly we cao. Richmond Steaia Laundry. FINANCIAL. MONEY LOANED-Low rates, easy estate agency. Wide stairs, 71 Main street. Band's automatla phno No. 2008. 1-wed-thurs-fri-sat-tl 1 Round Trip Sunday Rates Every Sunday Via The C. C. & L. R..R. To Cincinnati, O J1.90 To Cottage Grove, lnd 55 To Boston. Ind 25 To Webster 18 To Williamsburg 35 To Economy .50 To Losantville 70 To Muncle 1.20 To Marion 2.10 To Peru 2.95 i Trains Ieave going East, 5:15 a. m. Trains Lv. going Wet 10:55 a. m. Daily. For further information call C. A. BLAIR, P. 4. T. A, Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. ; Low Rates to : California t I and North I Pacific Coast : ! Points : One Way Second Class Colonist Tickets, Via Z C, C. & L. I To California Points t $41.55 To Washington, Oregon, Etc., $41.55 I These rates are In effect Mar. 1st to April 30th. From all points on C, C. A. L. Railroad. For Particulars call C. A. Blair. Home Phone 2062. A PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY The Great Blood Purifier. For sal by Leo II. Flhe. T. F. McDonald an4 W. II. Sudhoff. "Doddo." 22721, the imported French Percheron Stallion, better known as the Clevenger horse, and "Prince Wilkes" will be at my Fanji this seas on. IVt miles north of Richmond, on Middleboro Pike. The public is invit ed to call and see them. A. H. Pyle, R. F. D. Xa 4, Phone 5105-C.