Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost,
Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice,
Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. '
11 CENT A WORD.
Situations Wanted, are Free.
The Market Place of Richmond
for buyer or seller. A trial will con
vince ycu that Palladium Classified
Ads re result bringers.
7 INSERTIONS FOR TUB PRICE OF 5.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN TELEGK A3I, WEDNESDAY, APRIL lo. 1908.
FEMALE HELP WANTED $2.00 per
day j)aid one lady in each town to
distribute circulars and take orders
for Concentrated Flavors and Toilet
Preparations in tubes. Permanent
business. J. S. Ziegler & Co., Chi
cago. 1 5-1 "
WA NtT ElFangexf or" lies tTp reposi
tion in the State. There are two
ways of doing business a Right
way and a Wrong way. Call and
investigate our way. We have a
business proposition. New, just out.
No competitors. Don't wait, get
busy. Act and act now. We want
good men in each and every county
and State of the United States; will
be in Richmond, Ind., Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, 16, 17, IS. Call
at 112!) East Main street. W. W.
ANTEDTo-do you r u phol sterin g,
fine line of coverings; also furniture
repairing. 'Holthouse, 124 South
6th. Phone 4201. 14-7t
ty insured. Prompt adjustments;
quick settlements. See us at once
or telephone 2033. Ball & Peltz,
TODAY'S WIARKFT QUOTATIONS
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS.
(By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.
Kew York, April 1T.
Open High Iow
Amalgamated Copper . "u1 r8 f.(7s
American Smelting G9 . 70 KS
American Sugar - 1252
Atchison t 76 '"i 77 g 76
B. & O Si
B. It. T 47 47 4f.V2
C. M. & St.. P 11S llS-s IIS
New York Central 12(5'i 126 125:;
Northern Pac 117 117 116
Pennsylvania MVj N!3 X9Vb
Reading 105 105 104 '2
Southern Pacific 74 74 4 74
Union Pacific 127 128 127
U. 8. Steel :U ".4 ,".4
U. S. Steel pfd 99 ' 99 Vi 99
Great Northern 123 12:J 122
Great Northern 194 Ex. Div.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
By Cbrrtll nd Thompson. Brokers.
Chicago, April 17.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Way 01 '.2 80 01
July sr so sr. s.v2
Bept 8S S4 sa 83
Open. Hisn. Low. Close.
Way 67 67 6n rP4
July 64 64 ( 63" i,
Bept ...... 62 62 6r1 -i 62-'i
Open. High. Low. Close.
May 53 f.:n .".:? 53,
July 4Tl v 4." 4-"i 4-"y
Sept 37U 3T 371,4 37
Open. High. Low. Close.
May .. .$13.07 $13.7 $12.!io $12.90
July .. . 13.45 13.oO 13.20 13.22
Sept .. . 13.70 13.77 13.oO 13.52
Open. High. Low. Close.
May .. . $8.12 $8.15 $S.OO $8.00
July . 8.35 8.37 8.22 8.22
Sept .. . S.55 8.55 8.37 8.42
Open. High. Low. Close.
July .. . $7.27 $7.27 $7.12 $7.12
Sept. . . . 7.55 7.55 7.35 7.37
U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO.
Chicago, April 15. Hogs, receipts
25,000; left over 6.05S; cattle 15,000;
Hogs Ciose Light $o.3." g 5.85;
This cart has a spring something that is not
found in other carts of similar construction.
Simple to operate. A truly wonderful cart.
Price, with Top, $9.50
Without Top, $7.00
GEO. W. DEUKER
604-608 Main Street.
WANTED A partner with a small
amount of capital for a good paying
business. Address "M" care Pal
WANTED You to know that we can
save you money. We sell second
hand furniture at second-hand pri
ces; give us a trial; if you come
once you will come again. 12:J0
Ridge Street. 13-tf
WANTED See Morehead for profes
sional vault cleaning. Phone 3177.
J3S Butler street. 7-tf
WANTED Elderly married man with
out children to work around a coun
try home; no farming; call phone
W A N T E D- Age n t st o" self lubriratin g
oils, belts, hose, paint varnish, to
factories, mills, stores, threshers.
Manufacturers' Oil & Grease Co.,
Cleveland. O. 10-7t
MA UTfi E LP- W A N T E fcfY oiTn g men
to prepare for Exam, for Railway
Mail and other Government posi
tions. Superior instruction by Mail.
Established 14 years. Thousands of
successful students. Sample ques
tions and "How Gov't. Positions lire
mixed $5.40(?; 5.90;
rough $3.40(0 5.50.
Rest heavies $6.25(5 $6.35
Good to Choice 6.15 6.30
Good to choice heifers .. 6.25
Medium to good steers.. 6.35
Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50(g)
Choice to fancy heifers "".00(56.00
Good to choice heifers 4.50(g) 4.S5
Good to choice 4.00(f?
Pair to good 3.00
Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs 5.00
Fair to good feeders
Good to choice stocKers
Common to fair heifers . .
Richmond Grain Market.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
Wheat (per bu.) 90c
Corn, (per bu.) 65
Oats, (per bu.) 47c
Rye, (per bu.) 70c
Bran (per ton) $26.00
Middlings (per ton) $28.00
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar G. Vv"helan.)
Timothy hay (baled) .... $12 to 13
GO - CART
Most sensible built
Folding Cart on the
Insurance and Real Estate.
Secured" sent free. Inter-State
Schools, "joO 2nd Ave., Cedar Rapids,
W A N T E D To c 1 e a na n d r c paJ r y ou f
wheels. Elmer Smith, 42 Main.
WANTED 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. Molei Barber College.
Cincinnati. O. tf
W ANTE D- You fear p e t s rugs, "up
holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clen
by our vacuum process. Richmond
House Cleaning Co. Phone, Home
1916. Bell 395R. 22-tf
FOR SALE Richmond real estate a
specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire
insurance. Porterf'.eld, Kelly Block,
8th & Main. 7tf
FOR SALE Combination walnut
book case and writing desk, 116 S.
11th street. ir,--'t
FOR SALE Eggs from America's
best strains Barred Rocks. Two
Timothy Hay (loose) . . .$10.Q011.00
Clover hay (baled) $12.00
Clover Hay (loose) $9.00(310.00
Mixed Hay 10.00
Straw, (per ton,) O.oo
Corn (per bu) ..... oo to .jSc
Oats (per bu.) 47 to 50c
Fodder (per ton) $7.00
Richmond Seed Market.
(Runce &. Co.)
Clover Seed (per bu) ...
Timothy (per bu)
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir
Best, hogs, average 200 to
250 lbs $6.00??
Good heavy packers 6.00 1
Common and rough $4. 50(1
Steers, corn fed 4.5ofri
Fat cows 3.7.V(.;
Calves 6.00 to;
PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..16c
Old chickens, per lb 12 to 15c
Turkeys, per lb., ISc
Ducks, per lb 15c
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb 31c.
Country butter, per lb. 20 to 25c
Eggs, per doz 12
Toledo, April 15.
Clover seed. $12.50.
Pittsburg, April 15.
Cattle Receipts light.
Prime and extra, $6.607.00.
Common and fair, $5.25i4'.3o.
Veal, $3. 00 (ff 7.50.
Hogs Receipts 6, lower.
Prime and yorkers, $5.P0 6.25.
Pigs, $5. 00(65.40.
Sheep and lambs, receipts light; steady.
Good to prime, $5.50(7 6.15.
Fair to choice lambs. $4.50(Tj$i2.
Cincinnati, April 15.
Hogs Receipts, 4.200.
Cattle Receipts 916, lower.
Shippers, $5,651 6.50.
Sheep and lambs receipts 2C9.
Sheep, $:.501 5.25.
Lambs, $6,251 7.75.
East Buffalo Livestock.
East Buffalo, April 15.
Cattle Receipts 25. steady.
Sheep and lambs, receipts S.500.
Sheep $o.75( 6.50.
Lambs, cull to choice, $5.25S.10.
Hogs Receipts S.500.
Mixed and Yorkers, $6.256.50.
Heavies and rough, $5,501 6.65.
IS A SECOND DUNBAR.
Colored Poet Has Gained Distinc
tion. Elliot Blaine Henderson, a young
colored poet of Columbus, O., is in
Richmond at the present time. Mr.
Henderson is considered a second Paul
Laurence Dunbar and is rapidly tak
ing his place among the literary folk of
Ohio. Henderson has received the en
couragement of Governor Harris of
Ohio and other prominent men in the
capital city. His writings are enter
taining, abounding with wit, but at the
same time there is a sentiment running
throughall which is instructive.
Gold Medal Flour was your mother's
;7S9 or call
21 S. 21
Fairy Stick Candy and
20c lb. Kuchsnbuch, 3 69
Fort Wayne Ave. 10 11 ;
FOR" SALE 6 Poland China"- brood
sows. J. L. Kempton, Richmond,
Rural Route 7. lo-3t
FORSALE BrandewNo6 Rem
ington typewriter. A bargain.
Phone 1425. l.V'H
FOR SALE Paper covered volumes
of modern German fiction; prices
ranging from $.Q7 to $20.00; call at
1707 Main street. 1 1 2i
FOR SALE l.'O cords "of stove Wood!
must be moved at once. J. T. Fox,
Centerville. Ind. 14-It
FX) R SAL E C h eap; rui he r "t i red
phaeton. 407 S. 11th street. 1 4-Tt
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; "4 N.
10th street. 13-7t
FTnTlXLElVf) rirst-cl ass driving
horses; call at Barn, 22 N. 11th
street. 13-1 U
FOR SALE One walnut. sideboard,
dining room table and $ chairs, up-
Mrs. Lee Hoover Took Active
Part in Church Work.
Mrs. Lee Hoover, wife of Dr. Lee
C. Hoover, died last evening at 5:00
o'clock at the home, 27 South Tenth
street, after an illness of several
weeks. The deceased was an active
member of the South Eighth Street
Friends' church and was known for
her energy and conscientiousness in
all matters pertaining to church work.
She is survhed by a husband, two
daughters, Mrs. Helen Hoover Jones
of Terre Haute, and Edna Hoover, of
this city, her mother, Mrs. Rebecca
Cloud, of Spiceland. and two broth
ers. Dr. J. K. Cloud of Lafayette, Ind..
and Ijouis Cloud of Xew Castle. The
funeral will be from the home Friday
morning at 10:00 o'clock. The Rev.
H. R. Keates will have charge of the
services. Friends may call Thurs
day afternoon from 2:00 o'clock un
til 4:00 and in the evening from 7:00
until 9:00 o'clock. The burial will be
at Earlham cemetery.
SHAFT TO RISE
FOR TIPPECANOE HEROES
Commission Decides on Plan
Lafayette, Ind., April 15. Governor
Hanly and the Battle Ground Monu
ment commission, in whose keeping
the Tippecanoe monument fund was
placed, has decided on Vermont gran
ite as the stone to be used in the mon
ument to be erected on the battle field
in memory of the men who fell at the
battle of Tippecanoe in 1 SI 1 .
The commission met here yesterday,
and after considering all the bids de
cided to award the contract to McCon
ncll & Ssn of Buffalo. N. Y., who have
agreed to build the monument, for
which a fund of $25.ooo has heen ap
1 Topriated, divided equally between the
state and national government, for
HOPES TO BREAK
Johnson Lieutenants Are in
Indianapolis, Ind.. April 15. Major
Geo. F. , Koffend. assistant adjutant
general of the staff of Governor John
son, of Minnesota, is here in confer
ence with democrats and it is intimat
ed that he is trying to see if there is
any chance of breaking into Bryan's
strength in this state. He says Gov
ernor Johnson has never formally an-
j rounced himself as a candidate, but he
is the servant of the people and would
make a strong president and an excep
tionally strong candidate.
Miller Is Seeking
j ic a, -Miner nut) emereu SUIT.
against uiiiiam -Miner ior divorce,
j Abandonment and failure to provide
are alleged as the causes for action.
The Hub Of The Body.
The orean around which all the other organs
revolve, and upon which they are largely de
pendent for their welfare, is the stomach.
When the functions of the stomach become im
paired, the bowels and liver also become de
ranged. To cure a disease of the stomach, liver
or bowels get a 50 cent or $1 bottle of Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin at your druggist's. It is
the promptest relief for constipation and dy
holstered in red leather. Inquire of
Mrs. W. W. Gaar, Wes'cott Hotel.
Phone 1660. 1 : 4 1
FOR SALE Automobile, cheap." if
sold at once. "'J. C. H." care of Pal
FOR SALE Velvet "carpet at 121? N
B. Call this week. 7tf
FOR SALE Fireproof safe, bargain;
address, Harris. 407 U. B. Building.
Dayton, Ohio. 7-tf
FOR SALE Nc w V.s wheels and sun
dries. Elmer Smith. 1.'' Main.
FOR RENT 'Lots; call 4 44 South Mh
FOR RENT Furnished flats,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms""
bath. 27 N. 11th street.
FOR RENT Barn, 207 South"
esirable front room ;
Clark's Dining Parlor, 217 North
Seventh street. 14-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms;.
FOR " RENT Furnished "room's;
4. h. (
COURT TO DECIDPWMD J. WE
Fate of Washington Township
Road Out of Commis
OPPONENTS WILL FIGHT.
The Washington township road mat
ter will be fought out in the circuit
court. In the commissioners' court
yesterday afternoon the motion of the
attorney for petitioners, to overrule
the petition of the remonstrators was
overruled and the hearing was ordered
to the higher court. This means the
opponents of the celebrated road will j
have to prevail upon the circuit court !
that the road is not needed before they j
can expect to rest. Opposition to the j
proposed thoroughfare was presented
because of the. estimated cbst and the
method attempted to bring about its
construction. It was proposed to
build the road under the new township
highway law. This brings about a
taxation of all property owners in the
township and necessitates the issue of
bonds to provide for the cost of con
struction. It has been estimated the
:oad will cost more than $lS,0)O.
The petition asking that the road be
built, was presented in proper form.
.Advertisements were made and no re
monstrance was presented. The com
missioners received bids for the con
ftruction of the road, hut before the
contract was awarded those who op
posed the measure presented a petition
for an appeal to the circuit court. It
was upon this appeal that the commis
sioners acted yesterday.
Employes in Service Number
Washington. April 15. The employes
in the civil service are the subjects of
a statistical inquiry, which has just
been completed by the bureau of the
census. On July 1. 1!"7. according to
this bulletin, the total number of em
ployes in the executive civil service,
exclusive of persons in the consular
and diplomatic service was 2s.'.h21
and of this number 2!.1.". practically
c ne-tenth-were employed at the na
HOWARD COUNTY CLERK
CLEARED OF CHARGES
No Indictments Returned
Kokomo. Ind.. April 15. After a
thorough investigation into the affairs
o 11. L. Bull, late county clerk of How
ard county, the grand jury adjourned
failing to find an indictment against
Mr. Bull. Party lines were not drawn
in the jurors" decision, which was sup
ported by the prohibition and demo
Former Clerk Bull, before his retire
ment from office. January 1, had been
the object of constant newspaper and
political attacks and was erroneously
reported to have attempted his own
hfe rather than face settlement day.
When an abstract of the books of the
office was made, the former clerk turn
ed over all his property holdings to his
tendsmen, offering even his house
hold goods, but which were refused.
Mother used Gold MSal Flour.
office rooms, with tam heat nd
bath, at The Grand, for gents only.
FOR RENT -Furnished' rooms : call a:
112L East Main street. 14-7:
FOR RENT Furnished"" be, broom!
2:;1-, North 0th.
10 7t :
Ft R RENT- Bu: iuess rooms and flat.-, j
Ft Wi'.Mie Ave. See Alfords. -: tf
FOR RENT Five room house. S. llth
tnd J streets, with large garden. Call
Phone No. 12:;.". - tf
FOR RENT Fm nistu
til V 1 . K
Acute Dry Cleaning & Pressing In.
Ladies work, cut late. 2:5 N. 7th.
NOTICE Shirtwaists aiul children's
clothing a specialty. Repair work
done. Room P.. Westcott Block.
PROF Kollipg. for" a""sure cure for
corns, 2 S. th. Phone 4242. 17 Sot
NOTICE Bazaar Junior, Dusty M..
Black Raven will make the season
F.0s at my place 22 miles north of
Jas. Kingsburg, Shoe Auction
eer, Buys Remaining Stock.
Edward J. Humpe, a well known
shoe man of this city, has sold the re
maining shoe stock of the Richmond
Shoe company to Jos. Kinsburg, a shoe
auctioneer of Cincinnati.
Some time ago Mr. Humpe purchased
this large stock of shoes Trom Perry
J. Moss and the heirs of Mrs. E. E.
McDlvitt and immediately Inaugurated
one of the most successful shoe sales in
the history of Richmond. Practic
ally selling out the entire stock in a
month's time by the help of judicious
and liberal advertising. The sale will
long be remembered by the many peo
ple who benefited by the bargains re
ceived. Mr. Humpe wishes to thank the peo
ple who contributed to his success and
invites them all to do their future
trading at Hunipe's Shoe Store. S07
Main street. Mr. Will Klute is a new
pe'dition to the large force of efficient
salesmen and Mr. Perry J. Moss will
help on Saturday and other busy days.
Your proof r has Gold Mfnlal Klonr.
TOO LATE TO
MONEY LOANED Low rates, easy
terms. Thompson's loan and real
estate agency. Wide stairs, 710
Main street. Eond's automatic
phone No. 2o08.
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock
hilders of The Chicago, Cincinnati
. Louisville Railroad Company.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
The Chicago, Cincinnati & Iouisville
Railroad Company will be held at the
office of the Company at the South
Fast Corner of 4th and Vine streets,
Sinton Hotel building. No. : East 4th
street, in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio,
at 0 o'clock A. M.. on Monday, May
4th. 190S for the election of directors
to serve for the ensuing vear. and for
J the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the
W. A. BRADFORD, President.
GKO. A. W. DODGL, Secretary. l.::-3t
RECEIVER'S SALE OF REAL ES
TATE. Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Dickinson Trust company, as
receiver, appointed by the Wayne Cir
cuit court in the cause of Ella J. Lo
gan vs. John A. Logan, will, by virtue
of the cider of the Wavne Circuit
court, on Friday, the 2tth of April,
! I!, at two o'clock, p. m.. on said day,
offer for sale ar.d sl! at public auction
on the premises hereinafter described,
the following described real estate in
-the City of Richmond. Wayne county,
, Indiana, to-wit: A part of the r.orth
' east quarter of Section Four 4i. town
ship thirteen 1"i, north and range
i one il west, bounded as follows, to
' wit: Beginning at the southeast cor
ner of South Twenty. first and "A"
t streets in the city of Richmond: thence
j i-jnning south along the west line of
Richmond on Middleboro Pike. El
N orris. Phone 1305 E. aprl2-lmo
Tlits Is the time for de hormi.K cattle!
Call Home Phone 511911 or R H.
Commons. Richmond V-7t
GEO-. M. Gl'YER General contractor.
Carpenter, and builder. Job work.
Screens ami screen doors. Automa
tic rhone n:.6. 2-Vtf
HERBERT B LOPER Dentist; room
16 Colonial Bldg.. phone 1C34. 25 HO
IF YOi want ar. thing done, ask a
busy man. If oti ai:l your pa
p ring .Kmc. :tsk me. John Penland.
New Paris. O. 10 7t
MONUMENTS AND MARKERS.
Richmond Monument Co.. C. E.
Bradbury. Mgr., S3 North 8th Street.
Richmond Tnsu-snce Agency. Hans N.
Roll. Mgr., 716 Main. 14 tf
We can help make ycu happy hon
estly we can. Richmond Steam
said Twenty-first street, fifty ihree and
three quarters t::"t feet; thence weft
one hundred and eighty 1") feet;
thence north fifty-three and three-quarters
5."!) feet to the wmth line of
South "A' street; thence east one hun
dred and eighty ilso fwt along the
south line of South "A" street to the
place of beginning.
Being the property at the southwest
corner of Twenty-first and South A
Terms of Sale One-third of the pur
chase money will be required to be
paid in cash, one third in nine months
and one third in eighteen months from
the day of sale, or the purchaser may
pay all of the purchase money in cash
at his option. In case of deferred
payments of purchase money, the pur
chaser will be required to execute his
note therefor, waiving valuation or ap
praisement laws, bearing six per cent
per annum interest from the dat
thereof and secured by mortgage on
the real estate sold.
If above described real estate shall
not be sold at public auction on said
day. the same will be held and offered
at private sale on the same terms un
til sold, and bids therefor will be re
ceived by the undersigned at its place
of business, number 32 South Eighth
DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY.
Robblns. Starr and Robbins, Atty's.
will make the season of 1908 at th
East Main St., Centerville. Ind.
VIDETO is a beautiful bay stllion.
16 hands high, weighs 1300 oounds.
broad, flat bone, fine style, action and
finish. Sired by Adelbert 1253 by
Asmar 1177 by Einer 1064 by Young
Othello 931. Dam. Veiga. 5f?4 by Em
igrant 425, by Hanover Yondbusrh
Nord U. G. B. "15. 2d Dam. Viper 1563
by Matador 1090 by Magnot &60 by
ML for a
yrMw kaown m Bast. SXcu. A)wTi
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
The Great Blood Purifier. F-r sal
by Leo H. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and
j W. H. Sudhoff.
Moore & Ogborn
Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on
'your Bond. Will Insure you against
J Eurglary, Theft and Larceny. Room
16. I. O. O. F. Bldg.. Phones, Homt
! lZhri. Eejl 52-R.
C. W. MORGAN
(Successor to Harry J. Doan)
12th and Main Streets.
! Automatic Phone 1263; Bell 223.
! Phone Us Your Order.
' Doddo," 22721, the imported French
Percheron Stallion, better known as
the Clevenger horse, and "Prince
Wilkes" will be at my Farm this seas
on. 2'2 miles north of Richmond, on
Middleboro Pike. The public Is invit
ed to call and se them. A. H. Pyle.
R. F. D. No. 4, Phone 5105-C.
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