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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lcs The Market Place of Richmond for buyer or seller. A trial will con vince yen that Fallacljurr; Classified Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc.. 1 CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. ,'..'l :;: . ;l ; I'l.i i inm 7V- .sj rr T3 T" " V - itT OF 5. THE ltICII3IOXD PALLADIU3I AND SUN TELEGKAM, FRIDAY, 3IAY 1. 1!M18. WANTED. WAXTKD A posi'iou ;ts nurse .r to do work as a competent, housekeep er; good rt'l' H'iic''. liy middle aed lady. Addns A. '., can- of Pal ladium. 1 WANTFH Lots to plow or gardens to rent. Call phone :;oi:t. l it W'ANTKI) To rent, an incubator for 1h season. Call phone :;r.. 1-lt WANTKD Four young men to work. Kiiqnin- Knopf Floral company. Asy lum a venue, a t once. 1 -' I' WAVI'Kl) Woman tor h'-h'thI house work on farm in family of two old people. Good wages. Ten u.iles west of Iiif timolol on National Koad. Inteniihan Line. Stop I I'.. V. Austin, C uterville, IL U. No. H'. ;;i- it VANTKI- To keep house for a wid ower in the country or in town. (2j North i:;ih. :x-2t WAXTKD No. 1 solicitor at oner; Hood contract to this kind; call at or address l'.ooni No. 1;, I. (). (). I-'. Block. ::o-7t WaNTjJD Men to Learn barber trade; will eipiip shop for you or furnish positions, few wctl-s com The Markets Chinaqo. CHICACO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (By Corrtll and Thompson. Brokers. Eaton. OA Chicago, May 1. Wheat. Open. High. Low. Close. "May '-'ii's l"l b'-'U H'- July Sept , . SSI .. '"s Svl l . . s: i-v sr.iH sm, sii, Corn. f . , if:. . I yjpvu. iiisu. cow- - ,;7'l ,;s'-t ,'""'il l July Sept ''-" ,;:',T'-; e.'.'i , i c, Oats. Open, iliii. Low. CIosp. . . . . :.:;k r.::- :.::s . . . . 1"' b Fdj bl-v . . . . ::;', :;7' :;7 Pork. Ojien. Hish. Low. Close. ..Kt.o7 si't.PJ si::.o'j si::.o: May July Sept IMay i-l uly tpt . 1".. )o i:;. r, . i:;.7.-. l"..7." i . 1 "..(;.". Lard. Open. Hiuh. Low. Che?. SV.Vi ss..". ss.42 S1. 12 N.I 17 N.I '.7 N.t N.tl2 Ribs. Open. Hmb. Low. Closo. S7.''o $7.'2." $7."2o ST.'Jo 7.."to 7.r,o 7. ir, 7. ir, July Sept July Sept U. S. YARDS. CHICAGO. Chicago, May 1. Hoes, receipts 17,000; b ft over t,0M. Cattle la.ilOU. yheep S.O00. Hogs, Close. ("pC lower.) TJeht ?:..:::. w Mixed ;..:!.-, i ."..s.". Heavy ."..."."eb ,"..". Hough it a.:,.". CHICAGO GRAIN RECEIPTS. Today. Last Wk. Last Yr. I Wheat is Corn Oats Wheat. 10. .'02 Estimates. Corn, 102. Oats. I NORTHWEST RECEIPTS. Today. Last Wk. Last Yr. Minn . . ..1.::: 10s ;;p: Tniluth ... 1(1 7 121 LIVERPOOL. W heal Open ' M hiiiher; 1 : "0. VVt lower: close 'i ' lower. Corn Open '4 lusher; 1 : :!(), '4 higher; close b, higher. Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies $.". sic, r..;i2'L. Good to choice ,, 7;, ,-,,s., m.'i.'i.' o'P- co , , , . I tli'im ui v Ill'Il e IH'I.O - ... n l " tt .lt, Medium to good steers . . i'..l'.", ki, i',.i'; Choice to fancy yearlings r..".o t',.:'; lll'Tetll'l) IMTTT 1.- . ........... v Choice to lancy betters.. ,.2 0.2"- Good to choice heifers .... 4. -;.".; ,Y i VEAL CALVES. Good to choice1 :k00 -i .". 7T. Fair to good 2.00.. :..:.0 STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'y fleshy feed'rs .00 a. 25 1-air to good feeders 4.0,. vf- 5.00 1 Good to choice stocKcrs ;:.,"0 t 4.a0 Comimn to fair heifers .. a.aOif 4.75 SHEEP. ! Choice lambs 7.2:. o T.r.O Best yearlings o.T.V 0. ,"' Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid b Richmond AbaCo'.r.) Best hogs, average 2"... to 2:0 lbs Good heavy packets Common and rough. , Steers, corn fed 1 He iters Fat cows Pulls Calves JLambs - .$'. OO .i $0.10 . . 0.00 j:" 0.10 . .?l aO. :'$:. .00 l.." ."1.2.1 ; 1. ..,; i.Titi ; :..t.t L2,j "lot".; 4.oo 0.00 ,? o.-,o C.QOiP 0.00 TRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by F.ee Hive Grocery.) $ouas cbickcr., dressed, pa- lb ..luc pleter, constant practice, ca-cful in structions, tools given Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moiei Barber College. Cincinnati. O if WANTED Yea carp ts, tugs, up holstery, mattresses, etc.. to clean by our wci:um process. Richmond House Clear.inar Co. Phone, Home i IS 16. Dell Z::r,ll. 22-tf i TTA NT K DToc 1 :wrr;dTT;i ! y on r i wheels. Elmer Smith, i-'i Main. Krtf j WANTED See More head for proled- siotial vault cleaning. Prions IJI... 9:;s Butler street. T-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterf'.eld, Kelly Block, Mh fi- Maim it! FOR SALE- IJaried Rock eHUs duced from $I.."iO to T.".c per 1::. I sold lparly twice as many setting cgi;s this last. April as in April, l!'i7. Charles II. Nye. 1 South L.'th street. Home Phono i.v -1 1, I'.jR SALE :;4 acres inside corpora tion. Richmond. Splendid land for dai r iiiK, trucking or subdividing. Old chickens, per lb to l.'c Turkeys, per lb., ISc Ducks, per lb luc COFXTRY PRODFCE. (Paid by lice Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb Hlc Country butter, per lb 20 to L'ot: El'.us. per do. 14c Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller Mills) Wiieat ( per bu. I Oile. Corn, ( per bu. (ia Oats, (per hu.j 47c Rye, (per bn.l .. Bran I tier tout . ?Oc S2(k00 Middlings (per ton) $2S,00 Richmond Hay Market. (Omar 0. Yv'helan.) Timoi !iy hay ( baled I . . . . .$1 2.00 Timothy Hay (loose) . . . $ 1 0.OOltT 1.00 Clover hay (baled) $10 Clover Hay (loose) JD.OO&flO.OO Mixed Hay lo.oo Siraw. ifter ton,) (i.(M) Corn (per bu.) bll s ( per bu. I .COc to iV.'.c. . .47 to 50c $7 00 Richmond Seed Market. ! Range & Co.) Clover Seed (per bu) ... Timothy (per bu) .$10.00 . .$2.00 Pittsburg Livestock. Pitisbursr, May 1. Cattb Receipts liuhl; steady. Prime and extra $t'..M ,r 7. on. Common and f air $t;.:;."i : ikt;.".. i Veal, $."..00'o (;.7."). j Hiil'o--Receipt s Id loads. I le:0 - S-e lit rinu'- and vorbers n ,, ,;.2n Pigs, $ 1.7Ti. :.io. Sheep and lambs, receipts light; steady. Hood to prime S . T. ( ) . Fair to good lambs $7.io-o 12.00. Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati. May 1. Hogs Receipts 1.001. steady. Butchers. $."et'a .'..so. Pigs, o 1.1:0. Cattle Receipts 271. steady. Shippers, $TXr-(n O.aO. Veal. $."..00 V 0.2a. Sheep and Lambs Reel's 1 00 steaclv. Sheep. $;:.:'.,") n a. 10. Lambs. $0.10'. 7.00. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo. May 1 Cattle Receipts 1".'-; act he. rdioep and lan Receipts "(i-i. Sheep $...2..'" .... Lambs, cull choice $.". ue. 7 . t ; r Hogs Recoi pi s ,'..4- i.Mixed ami M.rkers $0.1-1 o 0.1 ... . -- Pigs $: Heavies, and rough $4 in : 1 ; Toledo Grain. Toledo. May 1. Oats r.41-. wp.eat $101, Corn OSi. Clover feed. JEkOO. Als;ke 3i;;.e0. RVe si,:., The Iceland Bride. In Iceland, where various interesting and fantastic superstitions abound, there is an ancient custom that every bride must invite all her friends to a dinner in her home, and every article of food must I e prepared by the bride herself. If she succeeds in pleasins; tier critical guests, she achieves not oniy praise for her own skill, but she helps along her own younger sisters, who are then assumed to be equally well instructvd in the intricacies of the culinary art and consequently have their chances uf marriage more than doubie.L Awir- I 1 ; . ,1 Mi -dai' Kle'ir f-r . our pastry. GtiiVLDLSE. I.ow price for quirk sale. I',ii;k!e- Hartman Co.. Indianapolis. Indiana.! 1-7: FOR SALE His-'h' hook keeper's desk in firs! class condition. Working sui'f.ire 7 by 4'... A bargain if sold a', once. Dickiteson Trust Company. l-:;t FOR SALE Household poods. 1 p; X. ! th h s . '. 7t ; FOii SA LE--i"'7'.:y I'ine Plas' r)n' ; Lath al $4.50 per l.oou. C. N. Ma'-j lieid. Fountain Citv, I ml. "VMf 1 , i FOR SALE Roof and brnre pain'. ! uarat.'eed five years Retail at ' wholesale- price. Clc-ndr-nin Co.. Ho7 Ft. Wajne ave. Both phones. mar P' -moniVfri-'JnioJ 1 FOR SALE Furniture and household Koods. ."'. So. 17th St. J'..",t ' FOR SALE Electrical entmieenn---ourse. complete. I. C. F. ( ;i , :i bamain. Address, (.'. M., care Pal ladium. 2 : - 7 1 !1'(.)R SALE Automobile runabout.! (heap. Inmiire 7 So. Pith Si. L.".i-7l FOR SALE Well "located grocery do-' U Kfiod business; jcooil riasons for sellius: :. duress "Opportunity," care' Palladiitni. 7-7t AMERICAN CONSULS. Their Duties Are Misunderstood by Many of Our Citizens. In almost every city and town in Europe or all over the world, for that matter, if the city is of any size there is an American consul or consul gen eral. And, while the office of these functionaries is commercial in reality, looking after the imports and the ex ports between our country and others, still they take a friendly interest in American citizens traveling and are al ways ready to go out of their way even to be obliging in personal things. I explain this somewhat in detail, says an experienced traveler in the Deline ator, as so many people, especially women, seem to have a notion that a consul is created for their especial ben elit. And one of the most serious trou bles these men have is with those who if their money tuns short expect the consul to furnish them with some and often get insulting and threatening If it is not done. The same may be said in regard to our ambassador, for, while their positions are political and diplomatic, their offices are always open, and any information is always cheerfully given in case an American is in ditliculty. There are always certain public re ception days at the homes of our con suls and our ambassadors, to which it is not difficult to obtained invitations. In fact, it is often announced in the daily papers that Americans in general are welcome, say on days like Thanks giving, Foil rtli of July, and so cm. In this way it is possible for one to see something of the lives of one's com patriots away from home. A CUSTOM HOUSE TALE. The American Who Landed In Ger1 many With a Box of Candy. Germany is jealous of the foreign candy maker and exacts a rigorous toll upon anything in the shape of confec tionery that comes across its borders. Ignorant of this, one of Fnele Sam's pons disembarked from a liner at a Ger man port carrying in his hand a live pound box of candy bearing a New-York- trademark. At sight of the box the Teutonic customs officials exhibited marked activity and prepared to seize upon it. "Not for mine." said the American. "I won t give up a sou. I'd rather eat the stuff here and now." He opened the box and commenced to dispose of its contents without delay. Everybody in sight was offered a handful. Nobody declined except the cusroms officer, who said blandly that he had not a sweet tooth. The traveler himself ate many pieces. It was not long before the last bit had been eaten. As soon as the box was empty the official seized the traveler by the arm. "The gentleman," he announced, "will accompany me to the bureau, where we'll make out his bill for duty. Come It is at the other end of the dock." "Never'." said the American. "You hao no ri.ghf to charge rue duty. 1 didn't bring it in. I'll see my consul right away, and he'll send a big fleet and bombard this blooming town." "Softly," said the officer. "You'll pay duty, all right. There are fifteen wit nesses to prove that that candy of yours was consumed on German soil." The duty was paid, and the consul has not as yet been consulted. Phila delphia Ledger. Ancient Enamels. It is certain that glazes having the composition of pood enamels were manufactured at a very early date Excellent glazes are still preserved, and some of the bricks which have been found among the ruins of Babylon have been ascribed to the seventh or eighth century P.. C. The glaze on the Babylonian bricks w as found up m ex amination to have a base ef wxla glass, or silicate of sodium. Glazes of a simi lar character were also manufactured by the Egyptians as early as the sixth dynasty. There can be little doubt that the Greeks and Etruscans were also acquainted with the art of enameling. New York American. BUYS STOCK OF HATS. The Hoosier Store has purchased the entire smoke damaged stock of the lUcLiiiuud Hat Ca FOR SALE 'Inml op. n to;. rbb- r tub.- hussy. 401 3. 11th St. L'.V7t : FOR .s.LE OR TRADE Modem" r si-j deuce. Kasv terms. Phone Pjr.s. J a o t r i FOR SALE--N w whorls and sun dries. Elmer Stn:th. Main. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Cheap: threo room house near ear line, north of Coun try Flub. Smith Hunt. Cenierville. 1-lt FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms; ground tloor. '.'.'. S. 7th St.i 1-lt I FOR RENT Furnished front room; with Imlit, heat and bath to senile-; men. l pi North lit it. 1-lt j FOR RENT Furnished room. heal j and bath: X. l-'h. l-7f ! FOR R1-:NT l-'urnirhed rooms for! liuht. housi la-epim; in East End ; tit ;tr sho.is. Address "Rooms.". ( are Palladium. L".-:U ! i FOR RENT Rooms. lii;ht houseUee)- ! ins; or hoarding- t:'. X. 17th. -' 'H FOR RENT Flat ; ""t'i Main. 2S-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also A DAMAGING FROST Early Strawberry Crop Killed Outright and Other Fruits Suffer from Cold. TEMPERATURE 29 DEGREES. The early strawberry crop of this! county was killed last evening by the! heavy frost which followed the drop in j the temperature to 2'. degrees. It is! also thought that nearly all the other fruits in the county were severely af fected by the frost. This morning the fruit growers were unable to make a good estimate on the loss sustained ow ing to the fact of the gloomy, threat- 1 ening weather. The sun is shining I this afternoon so it will be possible to make some estimate on the loss. Stephen Kuth states that the early strawberry crop has ben killed, but that some of the fruit stems are unaf fected and that there will be a fair sized late crop. SHOT HIMSELF. Sioux City, la.. May 1. Frank L. Morton shot himself dead, because his divorced wife refused to let him kiss their babv girl. AUTO CLUB TO GO. There will be big doings at Bethel on Decoration Day, May "0. James E. Watson, the republican nominee for governor, will deliver an address and the Wayne County Automobile club will attend en masse. A big dinner will be served at the home of Col. Wiley, one of the county commission ers. WAS TIRED OF LIFE. New York, May 1. After writing a remarkable loiter and pinning it to the lapel of his coat, bequeathing his body to Bellevue college and his worldly possessions of $ 1 NO for the benefit of the poor. Francis .1. Black, whose residence is unknown, suicided in Central park with poison. He was tired of life. CITY OF AUTOS. Rushviile. Intl.. Ma L In propor tion to its size there are more auto mobiles in Rushviile than any city in Indiana. Every )hsiokin owns a ma chine and answers his calls in it. An effort is to be made to organize an au tomobile club. It will have for its pur pose the promotion of a movement to obtain better roads in this county. MAY DAY IN ENGLAND. London. May 1. May day is being celebrated thw.glnnp the country with general recreations. Imaginary Conversations. Charles 1. of Eugi!! n .1 and Louis XVI. of France were discussing vari ous methods of execution at the club house of the Associated Sha lcs socie ty, and Charies frankly confessed that his had hurt him. "It wasa't the ax so much as the thought that there at the laat minute I was cut by one of my own former employees." he observed. "You'd have thought he'd never met me before." "The guiil.nino was absolutely pain less." said Louis. "You'd hardly be lieve !t. but it is true that I didn't even know the thing had happened until next morning, when I started to brush iny hair and discovered that my head was gene. I; was the shock of that discovery really that killed rae." Ananias and Baron Munchausen were so affected by this story that they left the clubhouse weeping. John Kendrick Bangs in Harr-er's. Tatty: ... Md Mdl F:our :s very r.i?iti office room?, with steam heat and bath, at The Crand, for gents o"!y. -4-tf Ft 11 KENT B':(-iU's rooms and rtau. ; Ft. U'ai:.-' Ave. s-e AlfortLs. r.-tf. LOST. LOST Small red. memorandum lool Palladium orTice. 111. h-a" her co vt ;'' . : litiibi' return to or call Phone '.i-;;t MISCELLANEOUS. HOl'SEK E EPER A RECIPE. For ins'an!' r'-tmishincr tiie whole in terior of our house, woodwoik, pi ano, furniture, to look brand new. n;o.s'. u a oloMi with Liquid Veneer atnl wipe surfaces as though dust ing. Results instantaneouK and wonderful. ."Oe bottle e-nouxh for itvcri'.i' home. Money refutnled if not delightfully sat isfac'orv . At firoeers. ilrusnisis. hardware, furni ture and paint stores, or send deal er's name ami receive Trial bottle free. Buffalo Specialty Co., 17.". El licott. St., Huffalo, X. Y. 1-lt NO l I C E Bazaar .lunior. Dusty M.. Black Raven will make ihe season P.tos ;u my place, 12 miles north THE" STOCK ' fvTARKtT. Accuracy cf the Exchange In the Analysis of Events. Barring the case of manipulation, which carries its own remedy and which is one of the evils of speculation, the stock market tells the truth. Tem porarily indications may be misleading, but it is eventually shown that its analysis of events is correct. The si lent panic of March, 1907. was a pre mise of the panic of November. Dur ing the intervening seven months prices dropped steadily, showing plainly that there was a weakness in the financial and industrial structure. The utter foolishness of blaming speculation for the downward movement is obvious. The stock market with its daily record of prices said its plainly as it was pos sible to say: "Danger! Stand from un der!" Something similar happened in 1S9."?. Bradstreet s for July 29, 1893, shows that twenty representative stocks fell on an average 45 points, or more than bo per cent, between January and July. This mitigated the effect of the panic. One of the most striking illustrations of the cold blooded accuracy of the ex change is recorded by Proudhon in the Speculator's Manual, published at Paris in ISO", in which he shows that in the later days of Napoleon and the restoration, while French patriotism was at white heat, prices on the bourse advanced with each victory of the al lies, reflecting the belief that the defeat of Napoleon meant more for France than the success. John Paul Ryan in Metropolitan Magazine. ROYAL SCHOOLMASTERS. Kings Who Turned to Teaching to Mak a Living. In the early part of the lif of King Christian IX. of Denmark there was no prospect of his ever becoming the ruler of that country. With this in view he becsme a schoolmaster at th German university of Halle. Being too poor to keep a servant, the Dowager Czarina Dagrnar of Russia, one of his daughters, used to help her mother to do the household work and take eare of the younger children. During this period there were King Frederick VII. and several others in the direct line of succession that stood tiefore Prince Christian; but, by a suc cession of deaths that occurred, he be came the heir apparent, and after the death of King Frederick VII. in 183 he was proclaimed King Christian IX. of Denmark. Another instance of a similar nature is that of Louis Philippe. During the time he was exiled from France, then being the Dnc de Chartrea, he became a teacher of mathematics and geogra phy in Switzerland. About thirty-six or thirty-seven years afterward, on Aug. 0, 1S30. he was proclaimed King Louis Philippe of the French. Indon An swers. Puzzling Differences In Weights. Which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of lead' They weigh the same. Which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of silver? Th pund of feathers is heavier, because feathers are weighed by avoirdupois weight, which has 7.000 grains to the pound, while the precious metals are weighed by troy weight, which has only 5.700 grains to the pound. Which is heavier, an ounce of feath ers or an ounce of silver? An ounce of silver, because In the troy ounce there are 4S0 grains, while In the avoirdu pois ounce thre are only 437'-.- grains. The avoirdupois pound of 7.06u grains is divided into sixteen ounces, while the lighter troy pound of 5.760 grains la divided into twelve heavier ounces. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to extend our most sin cere thanks to the many friends and relatives who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of my be loved husband and father. Win. Wal terman. The Bereaved Family. LENDS CONDOLENCE. Washington. D. C, May 1. Presi dent Roosevelt has cabled the Japa nese emperor his condolences on the naval catastrophe- of Rich-nond o;i Middleb ro Pike. Fd Norris. Plu-ne r.ler.E. a;.l !;.,o LADIES Si l l s $1 ee. Acu..- In V Cleo::inr ".. i': North Sov :sth. Wo i k uuararteed. 1 7t GEO M lll'VKli- d. iier.il n r.tr.o -i r. Can -Meer. a;:d bu:!d-. r .lull jri. h-oieens and. S'Twi, doors. Aut. cri tic ph.oT'.e 1S. .-:. iT.-tl FINANCIAL. ! MONEY LOANED Lew rates. ea:-y ' terms. Thompson.- loan and rai estate aser.cv. Wide stairs. 710 Main street. Bend's automatic phone No JooS. 1-wed-thurs frl sat-tt LAUNDRY. We can help make yea nappy hon estly wn caD. Richmond Steaia Laurdry. OBITUARY. Deliorah (i. Matlock, (iauuhtcr of Jo seph R. ami Susan B. Matlock, was lorn in Preble county, Ohio. March !Mh. lsT.7. died April :ov, fifty -one. ears. one month, sixteen days. Home Tel. 2062 Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad Co. Eastbound Chicago Cincinnati STATIONS Lv Chicago Ar Peru Lv Peru Lv Marlon Lv Muncle 'Lv Richmond .... Lv Cottage Grove .Ar Cincinnati Westbound Cincinnati Chicago 2 4 32 STATIONS Except Dally Dally 'Sunday -Sunday Lr Cincinnati 8.40am 9.00pm s 40am Lv Cottage Grove 10.15&m 10.40pm 10.15am Lv Richmond 10.55am 11.15pm fi,.10pm 10.5F.ani Lv Muncle 12.17pm Q2 4Eam R.OOnm 12.17pm Lv Marlon 1.19pra ' 1.44am 9.0npm 1.19pm Ar Pen 2.15pm '2.85am 10.00pm- 2.15pm Lv Peru 2.25pm 2.45am 4.50pm Ar Chicago (12th St. Station) 6.40pm 7.00am 9.20pm Through Vestibuled Trains between Chicago, and Cincinnati over our own rails. Double daily service. Through Sleepers on trains Nob. H and 4 between Chicago and Cincinnati. Ixcal sleeper between Muncle, Marion. Peru and Chicago, handled in trains Nos. 5 and 6, between iluaci ana Peru, thence trains Nos. 3 and 4, between Peru and Chicago. For train connections and other information call C. A. BLAIR, Home Telephone 2062. I he Living "Present, lie that hath so many causes of Joy, and so great, is very much in love with sorrow and peevishness who loses all these pleasures and chooses to sit down upon his little handful of thorns. Enjoy the blessings of this day If God sends them, and the evJLs of it bear patiently and sweetly, for this day only is ours. We are dead to yesterday, and we are not yet born to the morrow. But If we look abroad and bring into one day's thoughts the evil of many, certain and uncertain, what will be and what will never be, our load will be as intolerable as it is unreasonable. Jeremy Taylor. Fountain Pens. It Is a popular fallacy that fountain pens are quite a modern invention. As 1 a matter of fact, an old work of ref erence published in 1795 contains an i. lustration of a fountain pen. the ar pearance of which Is very much lik those sold at the present time. Its construction, however, was somewha elaborate and clumsy, the pen consist Ing of various pieces of metal whb ! had to be screwed and unscrewed be fore the pen could be used. A Pessimist. Agent How long do you Intend to re main in Washington? Reformer Un til congress passes a couple of neees sary laws that A;rent Jpe! You don't want to rfnt a housp. You'd bet ter buy ou".-Washir-ton Hern 13. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. SEE OUR SPRING LINE of GO-CARTS af HASSENBUSCH'S Notice Farmers December "Ph. Ivu. sh.e was ui.iud in marriage to Alfred Spanbiins at her home if. Richmond, h.,1. and immedi atel te- a:i;e ;t r.-'hb'tu of Mont poller. In'. Wl.it: he;- death oicuried alter a t-n- i. t'.tt m'i!v il'.iuss. had. I -li i'.l !. r iimi.i' Kiiid l.iioth up within lew i:.is of the attack of her fatal ma!ad. bore her inte::-- suffering with thris tiatt fort itudo. Slio united wrih t!-.o !e-Sn,;.st ttairiii at Cox's Milts when a ounir woman. Becoming a nieniln r af the Baptist clmrv h alter becoming a re-i.let.t ef Mor.tp'lier. W;e a a! r.e ; me:nticr, one wh. belii-(i in deeds than proiV-.-ion. her pine nr.-elfish ltt made frit nds with all she came in con tact wi'h t it her church or social af j fairs. Her home was her vtreat ib libt j to make it pleasant for those he l had to care for. in the home, Sh leaves to mourn her loss, husband, tits four childre n by a former marrhure. tw brothers, two sisters, two nieces. two nephews and a ho,t of friends. Sh will be j; reatly missed. Of a family of six children her death is the second to occur in a short time of only a few months. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY Home Tel. 2062 1 Except 31 Dally Dally Sunday Sunday 8.35am 12.40pm 12.50pm 1.44pm 2.41pm 4.05 pm 4.45pm .35pm t.30pm 1.56am 2.0Gam J r.Uam 3.57am 5.15am 6.63am 7.80am 35am 12 40pm 4 40pm 5. 37pm C.40pm 8. 05pm 8 4Spm 10.21.pm 6.00am 7.0." am 8.10am 9.35am P. & T. A. Richmond, lad. Round Trip Sunday Rates Every Sunday Via The C. C. & L. R. R. To Cincinnati, 0 11.90 To Cottage Grove, Ind 65 To Boston. Ind. 25 To Webster 18 To Williamsburg 35 To Economy 60 To Losantville 70 To Muncie 1.20 To Marion 2.10 To Perj 2.95 Trains Leave going East, 5:13 a. m. Trains Lv. going West 10; 55 a. m. Daily. For further Information call C. A, BLAIR, P. & T. A, 1 Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on your Bond. Will Insure you against Burglary, Thefi and Larceny. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Eld., Phones. Horn 1LS9. Bell 53 R. The Great S'ood Purifier. l"r tale by Leo H. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and W. H. Sudhoff. "Doddo," 22721, the imported French Percheron Stallion, better known as the Clever.ger horse, and 'Prince Wilkes" will be at my Farm this seas on. 2'. 2 rnils north of Richmond, on Middleboro Pike. The public is invit ed to call and ee them. A. H. Pyle, R. F. D. So. 4. Phone 5105-C.