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THE K1CI13IOM) i'ALLADIL3I AND SL'N-TELK(i li AM, SUNDAY. APKI1, .1. 1DOS.
PAGE MNli. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT anted, For Sale, For Rerut, Loci, The "arket Place of Richmond cr buyer er seller. A trial v:!i con ince yen that PJadiurn Classified Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. I CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. j fr T C" WANTED. YAXT Et) All ;iis iw.nv tn lan? Empire movuit; cars are ,u), (,.. leaders in the city fur moving fur- j u i 1 1 1 jf and pianos. We also Iran. j f"i- in and out of the city. o do i packing and crai.inx of furniture! for shipment by the load or car . load. Those wishing Roods stored - call on tin', i employ reliable, and experienced m-n only. Please j phone your orders. Office, siabie , and storage, ."PJ Xortb A street. Phono 42Ti.S. Wintersiein A: Taylor, j WANTED--A.tjcnts for ICeros-ene, In- i-andescent Mantle Eair.p ........ ..1. ........ t I . .. 1 I ' ' 1 C L.,17i.ll t t I . I I J I I III,!.. I ! ,,. . umn a. .t... cheaper than ordinary kerosene lamp. Continental Co.. :;:;." Uroad - ar. Xew York. L'1 -Sit (1, , , , , , , AXIED-()ld stoves for junk Rnh- uiorai waste iraue u., i!aiu 0..1 Phones, automatic Xo. Iritis. Hell n;w. -J.v.-i ; V ANTED All kinds7 of : jiuik. Rich ... .. .. .... ttiond W aste l iatlf ( o.. .. .Main ... . :.. v ...j. , I I I 1 0 1 1 f ' X illllllTII.il II. . I 1. ' ... T--4VTi.Mi.il .. ii . t i v ! v i et t el it : " .' ' . I liome; spare time; good pay; cash weekly; reliable: send stamp. .ecU Co. Box ir.lt Morri.stown. X. V. .".-Hi WANTI'jD Bring your dry cleaning and pressing to 2:1 X. Till St. .Jack ets and plain skirts ."ate, plaited T.'ic, suit.-i fl.'Hi. First chtss wink guar anteed. .",-lt VA XT ED Posit ion as si enogra pher by voting man. "W." care Pplla t. din m ."i-llt VAXTED Some One to lake a four GATES A GAMBLER Young Man Made Things Hum Around French Lick Resort. GAMES ARE UNMOLESTED. French Lick. Ind.. April I. At Al I'.rown's gambling palace at French J.ick, just across the road from Tom Taggail's hotel. Charley (hues, of New York, son of .lohn W. dates, one tif the greatest plungers in the counry. made things hum for several wreks while he was a guest al Taggarfs ho tel. He plaved everything he could f t t at. both at Brown's and at the Co lonial, at West Baden, and he made the dealt is gasp at times at the size of his Hakes. Hundred dollar play.s were common with him, and many times he "cleaned- the house for Usrge sums. Gates "is one of th" most reckless, as well as one of the luckiest gamblers that have hern here for a long time. It penned almost impossible for him to lose. As an instance of his luck, he stop jved at the poolroom where Ihe races v ere being played. It w as on the day when the Derby was run. Gates look ed at. the board and read the name of a "horse that seemed (o strike him just right. lie drew a hundred dollar bill from his vest pocket. "I'll take a hundred dollars' worth on tluil horse," he said, as he handed the greenback to the bookmaker. "Just send the money to me by mail." Crates went away that day. Sure enoujrh. the horse selected by him won the race, and the Sb was mailed to IPm. 11c had taken a P. to 1 shot. Gates took a whirl at roulette and about, everything else that was run ning;. Although gambling at both French Lick and West Baden is open and noto rious, there is not. as far as can be learned, any effort on the pan of the proseeuiins; attorney or the judge of the court to stop ii . C. W. MORGAN THE GROCER (Successor to Harry .1. DoaiD 12th and Main Streets. Automatic Phone FT..': Bell 22: Phone Fs Your Order. SEE OUR SPRING LINE of GO-CARTS , ...at... I HASSENBUSCH'S ! BURPEE SEEDS BULK SWEET PEAS NASTURTIUM LAWN GRASS. HADLEY BROS. Phones 292 and 2292. 4- INSURANCE.REAL ESTATE J, LOAN3, RENTS j W. H. Bradbury & Son ' Rooms 1 and 3, Wesicott Blk 1 t-4-4.il' I I I year old baby boy fo raise. Anply at the Avenue House on Ft. Wax ae j Avenue. .I.N 1 1.11 llli'i'.l' i.-X '. 1UI III to countrv; (-'Mi ri i i-; l' heme; liberal wayes aid: in family of four. ; Addre.-s "(. .M. L." eare PaUadiuni. WAXTKD Job, driving: npplv i) - St. I -l VAN'TKI)ViI.-hiii'"n!.T Wi'fcall them and return. Call al 1 i:;s X. J. , ;;.;;t WANTED - Situation a- clerb or w or!. in iirmtin. oilai pt:;i i . Main St. :;-.".t vsXvM'lfl t tTTv i M-,iii Sr l-:;t V..TKI)-Siv Morehead for orofeK- .fl , t , Pl,,,,,. "177 I j ( )-( " ;u-'"'t ; '. ' ' ... . j'AX'I'EJj Men to Learn barber trado: w,n 0'',no sno" r,r you "r! furnish position, few weeks com-; metes, constant 1 ractice, caret m tn- structions, tools riven. Saturday was?ca. diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moier Barber Col ley- r.r.ninn..a r if luiohiiou. .'. i- v-'r-fi . -r. ..i. .'. i '....,...'-' I.N I l.ll- O I 1 1 f I 11 tl II U 1. 11.111 .ill whei.K nm..,. mitb vui P, in i l.-J-tf 1 -,. ..,.r - - I WAaTKD cur carpets, rugs. up-j holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clean: bv our vacuum process. Richmond ; House Cleanina; Co. riior.c, Home nit;. Bell HftaR. 22-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterfteld, Kelly Block isth ft Main. 7tf BRICK AND L ARE CHEAPER Prospects for the Building Season This Year Are Encouraging. Chicago. April I. -Prospei is for building are improving, due to lower priced materials and an abundance of labor. Brick and lumber are cheaper than last year. Cement is off ." cents per barrel, and structural steel ST per ion lower. It is easy to secure money with which 10 build, and in certain quarters there is a disposition to erect new structures. It is estimated that over S.",.c:ai.;oo of new structures have been planned and figured on for the business district. Architects make cheerful reports, having orders from Kansas City. Cleveland. Detroit. St. lxuis. Grand Rapids and other cities. Would be pleased to make an aopointment with you to; demonstrate the ease of hand- j ling and the smooth running! qualities of the Buick Automo-i biles. Richmond Automobile1 Co., Auto Inn. :; PUBLIC AUCTION. Household goods will be sold Wed nesday. April Nth at 1 :'; P. M. M' South Sib. Ti-.'H GREENSFQRK. IND. Greenst'ork. Ind., April 1. Charles Stntscn has returned 10 his homo in Richmond, after spending a short time at his farm northeast of town. i Dr. W. W. Xeff i attending the M. j E. conference at Anderson. He is a ! lay delegate from th- work. Mrs. George Frazier has let timed to Ht'gerstown after a visit with rela tives here. The hoys '.iao a!! returned I'; mn the state convention and are well pleased with the results. Mrs. .lohn Roller spent Fridav in Richmond. Lie gue.-t of her mother, Mrs. Fleming. Lti! her Murdock. David Yea!. Dr. F. W. Keinf.le. F. O Pnderhtl!. Meruit1 Lamb and Fred P. Brown were in; Richmond on business F'iday. 1 Harmon Davis three ea-e of i mumps in his famii . Rev. Stanley held services at Col-; lege Corner Friday ;:igi,i. Charles aud .lord Siaith v. ere caPed to Geneva Friday en account of the. dead of their father, a f.i met- resi- ! dent of tjiis locality. : Miss May Lamb wii' spend Sunday ia Indianapolis. Greensfork residents are very de-, si runs that the P.. C. C. & St. L. Rail-! way company place a tia-man at Eh I Main street crossing, near the depot. There has been m.-v era narrow es c ; -s at this cros.-'ng. Mis. William Sharp and daughter of , Richmond are guests of her mother.' Mrs. Alice Bousman. 1 HAGERSTOWN. IND. Hagersiovvn. Ind., April 4. - Mis Clara Weidman went to Greensfork Friday evening to spend Sunday with i her sister, Mrs. Chas. Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. John Stamm of Indian- : apolis. have been visiting relatives lier. j Mr. and Mis. Lea Dlstler are moving i from Marion. Ind.. in with Baltzer Eik-1 FOR SALK White Wyandotte cutis p.r ; : ;, ' cl.. it) 15 for 5ue. Alle-rt l-Prby. National Road ast. Phon- L'l'. -j . t i. i I. i. ... ' -o i.:. i -,, (.rs ,,,. ; - ,, n p,, 1; j. Sn .. ' ' .' ' - - . . . ).' SAL!. Good itaymif .'.roierv. Fine location. Pa t y .-.ivm city . Stiajt for i isht pai t.v . .'aWn : s "A. L." Palladium. FOR SAI.K Two s.-t.- of sinnle b "-1 1 harne i. all in d order. (.' Frank .M. Clark, :VJ. 1 X. 1 lilt St r.tf FOR SALE Sev eral thousand vii rift- ed iiaxdmi brick. I'lank M. Clark, ..Jl A. Nil SI. a'f :i'(lli K EE Finest buihiinir lot in j ! Richmond. Located on South LP-t Sr ,lalf snjlaro fro, Maill. feet front. Frank M.Clark. X. ,lih -;f FOR SALE -Good Incubator vei v '''"'- 1 uu"' m ---a hUR cA l-r. - Hnfl leghorn egjis for h;it.!lilii- t'rn,i tl..i t.i.-r.i.wf ...,.1 In. - "" ...oi nn- e.-t van! of strict I v ireimine thnr. . - " ...... ouKlibred LeKhorns in the citv. .Vtc per sitting of l . " egs. Call at 4J So. r,ih street, citv. . n'a H' 1 f KOH SALE Michigan farms in. good farmine; country, one hundred aire farm, len room house, line bank barn !0x.".0. all kinds of out build- lar Si. Mm; terms to suit. -I.".s S. ings. sugar making outfit, worth . . ;;:-f. St. it-:u $:00.0) ; aO acres cleared. 2. acres'.,.,, - . - of cut over land; 25 acres of hard- , vcori limi.er worth sinn r i.'i 1). Teleplione; '4 mile from school; 2'j miles from good market: miles from Luther and Ttistin, plenty of j enberry's southwest of town. .lohn M. Lontz of Richmond, visited his mother. Mrs. Margaret. Lontz, Fri day evening. The following quartet, Mrs. Ed Ma son, soprano. Mahlon L. Gephari. ten or. Mrs. Will H. Porter, contralto, and Frank Gcisler, bass, are preparing to give an "operatta" in the near fin me for the benefit, of the Pythian sisters. Mrs. Carrie Reynolds of Anderson, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Chas. Retro. Friday. Chas. Knapp and daughter. Miss Ha zel Knapp, went 10 Dayton. Ohio. Sat urday to visit the families of Mrs. Wil son. C. M. Shew and .1. J. Allen until Monday. The minstrel, which is being gotten up by several young men of this place is progressing nicely. The musical drama is under the direction of Fred Shumard. with Mrs. Fred 10. Smith, ac companist. The Pocohontas order un der whose auspices if is to be given, are endeavoring to earn money to con clude the payment on their new piano. Miss Ieona Holderman. teacher of Dis. Xo. 1. Jefferson township, closed a very successful term of school Fri day. Nearly 12Ti ware present. At noon a bountiful dinner was spread. A program of recitations and music fur nished by Mrs. Will Teetor and Mrs. Joe Teetor, violinist, was rendered. Mr. and Mts. W. O. Jones entertain ed at their home east of town at din ner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Sells and daughter. Thelma. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and daughter. Frances Marguer ite. Miss Fern Wimmer returned to her home at Indianapolis Saturday morn ing after a visit with her grand-parents. Mr. aud Mrs. Roe Wimmer. Mrs. M. T. Fox spent Saturday at Richmond. Miss Esther .Jones of Richmond, clos ed Iter school, district No. 4. Dal ton township, with an interesting program by the children in the school and a bountiful dinner. Miss Maude Smith is the only graduate. Commencement exercises will be held at Franklin. May 2. Mrs. C. I. Stot lemcv er. Mrs. Margaret Brown, spent Saturday at Richmond. The Markets Chicaac. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By CoTtil fnd Thompson. Brokers. Eaton. OA Chicago. April Wheat. Open. High.' Low. Close. May .PPy Sept V St'.'v v;:- s.p., corn. Open. Hisa. Low. Close. May .luiy Sept P.P., b-'I'-j '.2"t P..".', Oats. Open, ilich. Low. Close. May .luly Sept ' 4e r. 4 7 Pork. Open. High. Low. Close. .sp:2T ,sp:..'V si:'..p si:;.:;o . 1 :;.;." P".T i:;.5i i:;.t;2 Lard. Open. Hich. Low. Close. . sv.: S:ia 5"X'2T SV27 s.55 5..4T S.52 Ribs. Open. High. Low. Close. . ST. P ST. IT. STT S7.12 . 7. 7.12 T.:V. 7.42 May .In I v May July May July U. S. YARDS. CHICAGO. Chicago, April i. Hos, receipts fruit, price S.2" -.- : sp.-.n-i rash. I-..! - to s : r ; eh.i.s. r. Xo. 2. An .Ml ;n-ri f.i.'t'.'. iro ! and irame soir." fruit clears. 1. sm-:m- ' Ui,n,i "l,l!l,r' !,"":'':,,!- '! ' j from school, price Si', imO; c h i, ! balance Ki suit innchaser. ; ,, Xo. ".ii acres, cb-ared. fair bui!d insrf. si ;;: fruit, fairly fenced, . ii vate.-d. rich ! ind. :S luile from market; price ."); ?."! c..;d!. b.t atice to suit ; :rci;aser. . Xo. . 4U acre farm. 2 actes clear ed, fair house and barn, 'rood t. ;,;,; of horses, vv.ej.or., some othir ta;!. tools, sjood land, on H. F. 1 .. r. !e- tihone. L".oil road I'd rds fr. m i . .a i ; i -..ni ait- - i i, iMJlOOi, Hill I,.IV.J.", -Ml..."V I.IMI, will take uood city property in trade j in county seat towns. For parLcu- i Foil RET - Two tan;-' front f.xun lars write F. A. Smith, Luther, Mich.! unf.iraislmd. -..table for hjdrt ho is. api-2-.".-T i:ee: ai- ;.. X P'.t .. ." :;t F7' XMotiTtTi v,h street -K : 1 ( h ' ; ' ; ,h ' l:!o; tdieap il sold at once; 1 1: South 5th street. PTt KOH SALE A fine veranda, 112 X. 10U1 street. PTt FOR SALE Cheap, two baseburiiers; ... i i . . .. . . t i : " a " ' ' el' I FOR SALE - White- Wyandotte eggs. c. W. Uadke. :!1 1 S. ."al St. .".-Tl F0R SALE -Good go-cart cheai. if sold at once. ."o.". X. W. :trd. V.-'M KOR SALE Xew house, f. rooms and ,all wav: both waters in house; !- " w,v v"v iwau lu ""rtl seed potatoes t his week at t he housc ;i-T. FOR SALE CHEAP -Nice home in 10,000; left, over fi.40t. Cattle :0O. Sheep 2,000. Hogs, Close. t.'.c higher) Ligiit $".S0o $hV'ii Mixed ;.S07 ;.L'7V Heavy :,.SOra O.lT. Rough a.MPW .i.!.. CHICAGO GRAIN RECEIPTS. Today. Last Wk. Last Yr. Wheat 22 1". 12 Corn 211 Oats K.r, Estimates. Wheat, 27. Corn, 14. Oats HU. NORTHWEST RECEIPTS. i Today. Last. Wk. Last. Yr. Minn 202 202 1 41 Duliuh .. 40 ."i7 211 LIVERPOOL. Wheat Close 1s higher. Corn L'ncha nged. Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best, heavies $0.25'i$tl Good to choice tkl.jfu C BEEF STEERS, 40 Good to choice heifers .. Medium to good steers.. Choice to fancy yeariings C..2.VW .:;.') ' ri.50d- BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers .. 4.75 ft' 5 Good to choice heifers .. 1. 25ft 4 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice 4.00fti C Fair to good :?.00ft 6 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs 5.00ft) 5 Fair to good feeders 4.fi5ft Good to choice stocKers 3.50ft' 4 00 50 1 j ,"i) Common to fair heifers . SHEEP. Choice Iambs Best yearlings Best sheep .30 ft. T.LTW S. r.7.V( -i.7.y7i o. Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) Wheat (per bu.) 95c Corn, (per bu.) f,oc Oats, (per bu.) 47c Rye. (per bu.) 70c Bran, (per ion) $24.00 Middlings, tpcr ton) S2'P00 Richmond Hay Market. Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) .... $12 to 13 Timothy Hay (loose) . . . $10. 00ft 1 1.00 Clover hay (baled) $12.00 Clover Hay (loose) $9.0010.00 Mixed Hay l'u.nj Straw, (per ton.) ;. Corn (per bu) 55 to 5e j Oats 1 per bu.) 47to 5oc Fodder (per ton) ..$7.00 Richmond Seed Market. ! 1 (Runge & Co.) Clover Seed (per bm $11. 00 Timothy (per bu.) $2 25 Richmond. CATTLK. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best, hogs, average 200 to 250 lbs $5. Good heavy packers $5 Common ami rough $4.E0ft'$5 Ste'-rs, corn fed 4.50 ti 5. Heifers 3.75 4 Fat cows 3.00 3 3. Bulls 3.25 'I' 3. 00 i 00 25 1 75 ( 50 i 00 ! Calves Lambs 6.503- : 6.00 6 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Youns chickens, dressed, per lb . .lGc I la ai. wa .;;T , : :-r!i ... A! ! ., .. il : . i" ':.. 'H. V. tl) Pi'-one Pi! p;r sall: Xtu'i" , t Eltrar .!a:th. I-- Vu-iit. FOR RENT. FOR ri:n I' ri ' nil. I a !a..l . 1 : M.i:u. ::rd floor. I RENT Hoa.-e. Xa CMo X. E. sr.: s rooms and bash: elcctrkity: all conveniences. For information inquire at the barber shop. PTt r"V)R REXT A sn.nl six roomed house and barn. 7'ii South P'th aud (P I 1 1" FOR REXT Five room house. S. Uth r-nd .J s;tr ets. vi h large garden. Call Phone No. P.'.".". J-if FOR REXT- Houses, L".t X. l'.Uh and :;21 S. sth by April 1st. 1 nquii e over TPi Main. ivi-tf. ' FOR REXT Furnished room. 14." i South P'th. PTt ' FOR RENT Two" houses,- jmd 1 , .. .. ,.,, A seven uuiictir, iirn i. m-"-u. .11 fred Fnderhill. Phone :'.4HT. t:l-Tt FOR REXT Business rooms and llats Ft. YYane Ave. See Alfords. 2' i ff. FOR REXT-Furni.hed front room Old chickens, per lb lUVj to 15c l ui i-.ev per lb ISC Ducks, per lb 15c COPNTRY PRODUCE. Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 31c. Coup try butter, per lb to 25c Eggs, per doz 12 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, April 4. Cattle Receipts light. Prime and extra, $6.50'if 7.00. Common and fair. $5.25" U.25. Veal. S5.HKV7.mi. Hogs Receipts. 15 loads. Prime and Yorkers. S. loft i. 4.". Common and rough, S 4.7.V."i.5o. Pigs. $5. 75ft 5.00. Sheep and lambs, receipts light; steady. Good lo prime. ?5.7.V ;.5o. Fair to choice lambs. $5. 00ft 7.40. Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati. April 4. Hogs Receipts. 4.:.25; steady. Cattle Receipts. 589, strong. Flu teller steers, $0. 25ft 6.35. Veal $5.50- 0.50. Sheep, steady. Lambs, sieady. Toledo Grain. Toledo. April 4. Oats. 54. Wheat. 94-. Clover seed, $13.50. Alsike, 13.00. Wha $640 WiDD Oo In Fertile Worth Balkotia Here is a concise example of what a man of limited means can do in North Dakota today. It should convince anyone of the glorious opportuni ties that are awaiting the man with little money who is willing to get behind the plow and turn this rich soil into golden wealth : For Quick sale we offer 1 60 acres of rich virgin prairie land located in the Famous Golden Valley of North Dakota at a price that will move it quickly. The land is gently rolling prairie with a deep rich soil underlaid with a yellow clay sub-soil. There is an open vein of best Lignite coal on the place, which will give an inexhaustible supply of fuel for the mere trouble of hauling. There is a fine spring on the farm. The land is located in a well settled community and every acre is tillable. We will sell this land at $15.00 an acre on the following easy terms: $640 cash; $320 November 1st, 1908; $320 November 1st, 1909; $320 November 1st, 1910; $3.20 November 1st, 191 1, and $480 November 1st, 1912. Interest on de ferred payments, 6 per cent payable annually with on or before privilege. This is a snap and will not remain long on the market and we earnestly advise anyone thinking of coming to North Dakota to act quickly if they want to secure this specially attractive piece of land. We Are Colonizers Mot Speculators We own t'ae land we are offering you. We bought it in large tracts and will cll it in smaller tracts at close figures. The land is all personally selected, and no culled pieces. Tell us just the kind of land you want, and we'll show you a piece that we know will win you. We also have a large number of improved and partially improved farms. UTUTE US FOR DESCRIPTION AND PRICES. Send for our Free Booklet " Thera'j Monty in th "Brtad "Basket For yea" It's chuck full of interesting information and statistics about North Dakota. X ;-,.!; J..t X. i: for lAen: KM; Rr.X l" i -.i :. . i f!e. r H"as, -. U bat:., a; Ti.e (l,a: Ft nl : 1 1 (?, -. ; !- !i,i. .1 ; tl t 1 ' ' . 3-4-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Et)ST-S-t et" luovvii mink furs in X ..-b.tttm's sou.- Sa'urdav a'ti'f :. o:i. R, i;: a to X a.- baum's Store .! r ce: e reward. 1 1 '" '- r.vrii.i.M, c.oes a,I t-llius ol !i"i;-r I'amtitii;. p.-jo South .1. PTt HERBERT I! LOPER Dentist ."; 10..1,, 1 1; Co'onial Blip,'.. tdioTic PPM. J.". "et 1 GEO M. G P Y 1 .11- G. iteral com r..c,or Carpenter, and builder, .lob work Screens and screen doors. Autonia tic phone Pi."; "-..it FIRE PROOF STEEL SAFES Latest! m.xMs and secondhand. Low pikes. Write or cali Allen C. Harris, T I P. I! Rnildin. Dayton. () 'i-:f F PHOI.STKRINti. Repairing fine linn ! :. . "!' - !":;: i.-e! i t coverings. Russell, 14 South Ttb. We can help raaks yen happy Iion Phoue 1T:)3. 631 eatly wa can. Richmond Steara , Waking & Co. "I'lu'iubiuk. Bicvcies. j Motorcycles, 400 Main. Both ri'r'ites. b-UOt ! PROF. Rolling, for h sure cure for ! corns, 2 S. Sth. Phona 41M2. l'-.K t , . 1 I'm 11 save ou nuinfy at nrsi-cia-3 painting and decorating. Orvtlle L Price. Phone '2T. :;o-Tt. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY Seed Potatoes Seed Oats Essex Rape Lawn Seed Garden Seed Seed Corn Prices Right Garver. & Meyer Seed Merchants Notice Farmers Rye, 82. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo. April 4. CatHe Receipts, 150, steady. Veal and calves, $5. 25ft S.75. Sheep and lambs, receipts S.00O. Sheep $3. 75ft 7.50. Iambs. cull to choice, $5.50ft8.50. Hogs Receipts 7,110. Mixed and yorkers, $t.50ft 6.C5. Pigs. $6.00MC15. Heavies and rough, $5.50ftC-55. WHEELOCK & WHEELOCEC 119 WALDORF BLOCK. FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA MONUMENTS AMD MARKERS. ;.. ii'- r.mor.J Maiiu'nit Co.. C E. s; i'ladbury. Mgr. C3 North Sth Street. PHYSICIAN. PM p:- ;K'!X- lr Ftuni:i Cirdner. os-ath:.- pl:ic:aa. X. Hth St. lvs' jiiarUlino FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hai.ts N. Roll. Mfir.. TIC Main. Hit FARM LANDS. Small places iu ar Htv .1 I V ATr-r (,ver if X 7th t.... jaiiS-;;oio FINANCIAL. -N,ONK LOANED Low rates, eavjr '-'' Thompson's loan and real estate agency. Wide Mairs. T10 Main street. Etrnd's autoumtio P'ne '-',,s- l-wcd-thur? fri-pat tf i LAUNDRY. , Laundry. ! . i . UNDERTAKERS. H. R. Downing & Son. lti N. Sth su i2sept6cua The deei-it lioie in I he wuritl tl i beun bored iu Silesia. It lias reach.l a depth of about T.ihn feet and puse4 through eighty-three bKls of coal. We are in a po sition to furnish good seeds lor garden and farm at as low figures as any reliable honse. Call or write us lor cat alogue. Phones II. 219S; B. 358. Doddo." 22721, the imported French Tercheron Stallion, better known as Iho Clevenger horse, and "Prince Wilkes' will be at my Farm this Keas on, 2'i miles north of Richmond, on Middleboro Pike. The public is Invit ed to call and mm thni. A II. Pyl R. V. D. No. 4. Phon 5105-C. The Great Blood Purifier. For sale by Leo H. Fine. T. F. McDonald and W. 11. Sudhoff. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY