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THE KICIIMOND PALLADIUM AND SUXTELEGlt AM, BUXDAY. MAY 3. 10O8.
PACJK ELK VEX. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT. Waited, For Sale, Fcr Rent, Lest, Found, Mlscetlanecus, Lcdgs Notice, Cards of T2inks, Obituaries, etc.. 1 CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The .V.crket Fl-ce of Richmond fcr bizvcror r-e'.er. A trii wiiJ con vince yen Patlaciurn Classified Aci- . r Jii.. crineis. 7 INSERTIONS FCR TnH PRCE CP 5. S2S WfiWTFn . . m.n.iiu lame l-.iniir' moving ens an- I ti leaders iu the city lor mining I'm nit ure and pianos. W'e also trans fer ill and out of til"- citv. We do pa'-Mng and crarin or I urn n u r-- for sliitimr-iit hv Ihe load or car! .. ii.i...r I .......i..,. .i.i xneriene,.,! men on I v. PI. - V.m phone your orders. Office. --table I . . i . - 1 . . . I 4 ... . and Morale, Xoi'h A Hn Rhone li'.'is. W'inter-tein Tayloi V.VTKI- Kaniilv wiisliin; to ' do; call at Il'I South Mb. ,-:!r t T..TKI) - (iood tor general, iiousewdi !.. Mrs. Hdwanl C'n r 1 1 1 h 1 1 . 104 Ft. Wayne A verm ...... .. ....... ) Vv'ANTFl) Vo ei.an ard r.pa:r you wheels-. Elmer Smith. :; Main Ri-tf YAXTFI)-Soe Mm elK ad for liro-c'' .ouat v.,un vmuwx. rnono .,1,,. :;;s Butler stri-el. 7-tf "ANTKD -A lady to tal e orders fdr an article of merit that, is used in CLUB LAIS IIS PLANS! Interesting Program Announc ed for Cambridge City Organization. VARYING THEMES IN LIST. Caiuhride City, lnd., Ma . The JFriday uiirht cluli, one of the leading 4 ocial or.L'.un i.at ions of Cambridge City, Juis prepared the followintj projuranj to lie renflered duiini; Iho (dub season of 3!N!V1!MI!I; Sept. l Willi Mrs. Riehe. A Pleasant Experience of the Siirn- - Turr - , cinb 'I he Kentucky I'emls .. .Miss la-Fere A(d)ster and His Speeches Mr. iKidson Oct. I Willi Miss Klliese. A lit u in 11 tjuoiaiious. J'risoncr of emla . , . Is Polite Society Polite Oil. 15 Willi Mi ... M iss K 11 ie.se ; . . M i-s Ebert Hailev. Jiesponses P.ryaul. Effect of Twentieth Cenlur Civili .at ion on Xerous System Dr. Allen Our lailand Waterways ....Mrs. Reese Oci. With Mr. and Mrs. Anil. (Social Even iuir. 1 "Now Autumn's fire burns slow along the woods. And day hy day the dead Ieaes fall and melt. Come then e social powers. Shed your influence o'er us. Crown wiih joy the pres. nt hours And cladden those before us." Nov. With Dr. Allen. Quotations "Woman." Yoman's Sulfiase Mr... Smith The Rescue of Soudan .Mr. Ha rued I Xo. Ill With Mrs. Cornell. j Quotations Whiitier or Seoit. : The Philosophy of Whittier j Mrs. Wilson Talisman Mrs. Cornell Tin Pec. :; With Mis? Mills. Quotation From Indiana Authors. Historic Spots in Indiana . . . Mrs.-Ault Indiana Authors Mrs. Honey Dec. 17 With Miss Whtelan. Quotations Yuletide ThonnhT. Christmas in Other Lands .Miss W ioe!a n ("hristma ,. a Time of Peace ard Cood . Will Miss Mills : Jan. 1 I With Miss Greisin ter. ' rtespouscs New Ye ar Resolut ions. ; Elect ion of Oi'Iicers. C-on cress ami Parliameni ....Mr. A 1 1 1 1 Postal Savings Ranks and Parcel j Post Miss Klieher Ian With Mi Quotat ions W inter . . . N'orw ay Norwegian l.cuerds ... 1 1 Ison. . . . . The Club . . . Mrs Richie M iss Row man Feb. 11 With Mr. and Mrs. Donev. (Social Eveninn.i ; "Why should a man. whose blood is : warm wit bin. Pit like his srandsire cut in alabaster." Men bant of Venice Feh. 5 With Miss Calloway. Patriotic Quotations The Club The Flat and Its Cos! ....Mrs. Hailev Ten National Soncs Miss Ault March 11 W ith Mrs. Waenor. Responses Irish Wit The Club Rural Lite in the Emerald Isle.... M iss Griesitieer America's Debt 10 St. Patrick Mrs, Wacner March : With Mr. Frazer. Thoughts en Temperance ...The- (Tub The Temperance Reform. . . .Mr. Honey America, a World Power Miss Xew man ! April 1 With Mr. arri Mrs. Reese. Quotations Sprii'e The Club r.Tho Old Time School Mr. Reese J The Follies of Fashion. .Miss Edmunds t April 15 With Mr. and Mrs. Ault. Quotations - Music. : Music in America Miss Thomas ; Prrsifal : Mips Calloway I April Wiih Mrs. Rai'.ey ThoiiRhts on Our Club Year. t Racial Elements in Our National Life '.Mr. Frazer 1. this concerns you. read carefully. Ur Cuiclweir teyrup Pepsin is positi.ely fcu'arar ff-J to car Intligrestion. constipation, sit k hea X a.-' offensive brc efi fia'ari-. iinn all cjseast J a..s.:i(. from a.- : th $j Hovbt: ' You i" can't beat biscuits nwd oufn Gold Medal Flour. r.o sah AIammt. rvrry hoi.,.-. A quirk s.-li.-r. exoiu.s- ; make- ,-, ,;.v .-asv; add. 'AN'TKD '(ini,!!i lor general house work mi farm in family 'if two uM P.. f 'IV... wmu i .1 h..i-. vv oxr of l;ie,rnond on Xaiioiial (toad, ,.i In t e;-u rl i.i n line i.m I ' ', V : n ;tin ( '. n t m- i 11 . . If If V,. lit - ! ' ; WAXTKI) Xo7 1 soliei'or at once-! I odd coiitracr to thi 1: in d : call at ss'ltoom Xo. I.Vj.'f). F. :a.i-7t T(-n t.i I in isirhr- or addres iiflui;, ni.i eiii.eu hi:oi) lor yju or funjifih ,)ORition!ji f,w wcf-ks coin - . f in 'c-, viiijta u l.i . ;.it-e. i.a. viiii in du '11,1.111', iijun fKivt.-i: oi.i'iiuct waa dirilciias c.-ant'-d. write f(r cat iilo.rii0. .Mote Barber Cones'? j Cincinnati. O j VANTFr) "Yoi:i carpets, ' rags, up- holarery, mattresses, ere. to clean j hy our v-inim process. Richmond I House C'ci'r.ir.p; Co. Plione, Home I 191G. Bell 2!i",K. 22-tf HAGERSTOWN, 1ND. Haterstown. lad.. Mav 'J. Mrs. John o isler. jr.. returned after a five weeks' : vi.-ir a: ',, her broile r, .lark Winnings, ;at .Mon t pel ii '. Mr; . Ceis-ler wa.- ar (oinpanied on her- visit hv her mot her, .Mrs. Mary Winnings, of Xew (,'astle. 1 Mis.s Anna DiiliiiK returned from a two days'" visit with Rirhnnuid friends Sat urda;. evening. j Mr. and Mrs. James Rrown. Mrs. I John Werkini;. sr.. Mrs. Fannie Flood sit tended the funeral sen-ices of I loro the.. Mae Mcdraw at Richmond Friday. Mrs. C 1. Stollimever. Mrs. Hcnr Keany, L. S. Howmau, Msear Rrown. Mis:; llattie Cheesmaii acre amonp I hose ai liiehmond Friday. j The First M. quarterly conference was held at Franklin this mornint;. Miss Grace Ohamness has returned from Carlylc. lnd., where she visited her sister. Mis.s Iva Chamness. Mrs. I'riscilla Hu Hadway has re turned to Richmond after visiting- Mrs. Josephine Haldridge and daughter. Solomon Miller of N w ''astle has been spending a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rim-hart and daimlitt r, Marie, returned from Xew Castle alter visitin.n OUie M enden ha ll's Mrs. Josie Corn and daughter of Elk hart attended the funeral of Helen 1 larris t his afternoon. Ed Peters of Muueie caine today to visit liis father. Charles Peters, and w ife. Miss Esther Jones of Richmond was the iruest id" Mr. and Mr.-. John Hunt Friday niiiht ami loday and attended the Nettle Creek coninienceineuj , in w hich township she taught school. Tin- Parnasian club have elected of liters as follows: President. Oscar Wor king: ict iirt-sident. Walker Kidwell; secretary. W. I L Grills; treasurer. Mrs. Oscar Week ins; serio-at at arms. Fred P-tiison; librarian. Walker Kidwell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Teetor will snend .'mm- Sunday with her patent.-,. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oephart at Middle-town, j Mrs. Ida Mauck and daughter. Olive. ! returned to their home at Tipton after a visit with Mont Miller's and Peter I Pipher's. j Inst a I la 1 ion of ofliei i-s w as lie hi ai 1 a special meeting of Comany No. ls. I Fniform Tiinuk, l-'riday nilit. Col. Phelps of Xew Castle was the insiall- j ins; ofl'uer. Those plated in office j were: Captain, .1. A. G isler; First Lieii 1 tenant. Nelson R. Thornbur::h: Second . Lieutenant, and Treasurer. .1. H. Sione ! cipher; Recorder. Jesse Replojrle; Riaht 1 Guidt-. Frank peter: Left Guide. Jesse ! Replofde. Mr. Kirk- of Xew Castle ac companied Col. Phelps. Atnont- Ihose at Richmond today were Miss Ethel Roller. Mrs. Jacob Herchberaer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peel and son Russell. Clark Pros., proprietors of the mill and eirator cotupnm. ,p-e tearintr down the old grainery near and w ill use the matt rial foi ait ion 10 (he mill. the , a ne It-pot v ad- anti New Mr. and Mrs. Hora. . daughter. Eva. sp-m Th Cast h-. Joseplms Paul and fornicrl lived here art Horn : sdav at family, who it movine; to tins place from 1 he- w ere in 1 l'.e Williamsburg, where restaurant business Mrs. Neal and daughter. Miss Maud Xeal. of Oakville. Ren Abboit of Van Rarer., lnd.. ami Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Sticleman of Green stork were in at- tendance at t he fum ral t rah Hoover. Mr; ;a. ; ' Harry Parsons of Xew ( stle spent vv eanesday here wiih tneui'is. j Harry Rich! or. w ho has been employ ed by the town tonlail for several ! months in assltinsr :'n pu-'insr in the ! electric light plant, will leave in a : few- elavs for "on.:y Island, where he will be superintendent of an electric plant at that place, j Frank Peter made a biisinct-s tiip ) to Muncie this week, j The .i.-a'h of Mr. and Mis. Frank I Harris" eight -yea r-o!d daughter, Hek-i. j oenirred Tl.urs-day after a two weeks.' I sevi-rp illness of tpinal ioeniimitis. i The child had been afliicted since birth with spina! trouble. Besides the pa rents, another daughter. Frances, aged twelve, mourns her loss. Funeral serv ices were held Saturdav afternoon at residence at o clod Burial was m West Uwn cemetery. ; Word was received by Charles Cain of the death of his grandfather. Jerry j McClamc, at his home near New Lis- FOR SALE, FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stocks, fire insurance. Porterfield, Kelly Hlo.k. fcth Main. 7t; : FOR SALE Bull' LfLlKirii ccps for '- . .... ..... mi i hatching from the largeM and fin- I (-M i.rd of Miictlv ireniiirif" llior I on L-li I .red I .( ahrirns in Ihe cit ."J u per j-iTtinu of 15 egg. Call at )! So. r.th str-(t, city. j ii a; l!)-iimr A.-sun-tf . FOR SALF Hh-ctrica! tnuinoet ing ' course, com pier o. I. (". S. (Ireat ! I, in. Address ('. M ." eare Pal . . .. , ! ! '""" driving horhc and I ' w' niDhor-tirf nirrcy. liarsaiti if - , , t . ,, , iinwi It I i Cull II .'"( ! FOR S A I .K Kitchen caiiiuet. cheap oil as new. J'tione ,':ust;. f 1 FOR SALE - indiana seed corn thai wi!'. trow. Richmond Role-r Ml PJione t)I0. Lll-tu-ih sat -L'w FOR SAI.F OR RKXT Fine i.r w six FOR SALE-Nt w VMS wheels "snd suii rootn house on oilv car line, electric dries. Elinor Smith. Main. li--;ht, I are lol and sanlen. newly I bon. The deceased was the father of I ten children, ull of which were dauRh i 1 '!'. Tlie deceased was seventy years 1 of a'C. MILTON, IND. I Milton, lnd.. May ''. Thomas Ten i Eycke of Falls Citv. NY1.. is isiii n.s his sister, Mrs. Jinnie. Summers. Mrs. H. R. Manlove and children were at Canihrid?re City Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Ivuy of Indianapolis is i at her parents". ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles i laie. Miss Rachel Thomas will be gradu ated from Hamilton college, Lexington, in May. Mrs ('. G. Smyth has been- at Con nersville for several days on account of the serious iluess of her mot Iter. The 1 1 i j4 !i school library will be open on Thursday afternoons throughout the summer as a reading room. High school girls will have charge. Mercer Rrown of Henry county will deliver an address al the M. 10. church Sunday niuht on the unconstitutional ity of t he saloon license. 1 tic Alumni association mei school rhniiel last night. Mrs. Elizabeth Ruck ley and ters. Josephine and Mary, of ai the daiiiih Joliet, 111., are visiting olive Ferguson. Mrs. Laura Morgan of Crawford ville is visiting Milton relatives. GREENSF0RK, IND. Oreensfork. lnd.. May 2. Mrs. Wil liam Royd lias relumed from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Royd at Haters town. Edgar Nicholson is visitinc lies mo-. j ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson j for a. few- days. I Luther Murdoch is suffering with rheumatism. Miss Elizabeth Tarkleson returned Saturday from a week's visi; with rel atives at Xew Castle. Mrs. Milo Gentry continues about the same. Mr. ami Mrs. Earl Ridw are the par ents of a baby girl. John Rohrer was in town Friday. Miss .Nellie Lamb of Cambridge City spent. Saturday and Sunday with rela tives here. Miss Minnie Iong has returned from Dalton where she attended the com mencement exercise. A number from here attended the base ball game al Conmu'sville. Sun dae. Miss '-.ft'!.- Wilson spent Saturday at Economy. Mrs. Will Roller ;Uid daughter have returned from a visit with relatives at Str.ntsrhns. ECONOMY, IND. Economy. ml., een May 2. Mrs. Lulu very sick here the Singer has b. last few da s. Miss Miniiii ton l-'riday. Robert. Hart day. where In tion boss. Marshall was in Mil- Fri-st-c- left has for Eaton. O . a position as Martha At nisiin was n Riehmotn a busini-s; today. W. R. William Irip to Richmond A Mr. Thomas here Friday. made Friday. of Richmond wa Mi.-s Mav Kimball -p-ni 1- ndav shopping in Richmond. ; Clarence Clark of Modoc wa - here Gi'ov c k and Edi'h renairmg telephones. Friday. Norman Greoman of Sugar was here, Friday. Mrs. John Tavlor is s'ill sic is ininvovinc but slowly. The Misses Fern Woo'ers and Oier were afternoon gut-sis at the Ed wards homo recentlv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atkinson have movctl their householel goods to Mun cie wht-re they will make their future home. Ren Ed. v aids, nra Hart and Amen Doughty caught a big "woods snake" tlta" ir.easurt. s six f.-.-i. Mrs, Roba Chamn.e.-s a Vatiihr. and Helen were town, shopping- recently. James Hasten worked !id children, in Hagers- for Harrv Macy a few days. Mr. an.'. Mrs. Joshua Ballencer and Ki IF! ("if V ;vt,icnr -1 vex 11 . I their home after a visit here with rel- atives. Mrs. Irvin of Richmond is visiting her bister, iir. Sin - pt ; cii will trails f r!ty 1!. Hii-i'ui' Kin. man, New Phone l"to or ::'.'it'.. .t FOR S LE 1 loii-.-hoM got ids. lie. X : 'ih St. Tt j P,',R SALE :: ! acres fnsdd- corpora-! Jiii. ii'.. ri'-Jiii:: l.Uiii u - i dairy:! t rn., in-' . .. v!,iia i,ii,..r I - 1 J'"u price ,or miK'n .ale. HilinfV ?,,,! i... i I ?t n i.i :i : Co.. Indianapolis, Indiana.; FOJt SALK Kxtra nice roa'Y-cart." a" I n- W?. I J i FOli " SA I.K I!. Fylc, R. R. Xo. l'hon.' r,10-".C. 2 7t -1 iiii.nnri ruK-' IMastcrinK I.ath at $.."(! pm- 1,01111. (J. X. Hat field. Fountain City. lnd. :prt.f i 'v I I SAIJ-: - Antoniohiio runabout 1 heap. Inquire 107 So. I.'jth St. L'!-7t FOR SAT..K Klectrical pmriiipprin-..' I course, fomnleti;. 1. C. it. I'.n.ni j nai-.-rain. AUdress. C. M.. care- Pal T . . 1 : . iiiuium. 2.t-it FO ifsA LE 1 1 book uTfepor's dek Round Trip Sunday Rates Every Sunday Via The C. C. & L. R. R. To Cincinnati. O ZI.'JO To Cottage Grove, lnd 55 To Boston, lnd 25 To Webster 18 To Williamsburg 25 To Economy 50 To Losantville 70 To Muncie t.20 To Marion 2. 10 To Peru 2.95 Trains Leave going East, 5:15 a. m. Trains Lv. going West 10:55 a. ta. Daily. For further information call C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A., Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. FOUNTAIN CITY, IND. Fountain City, lnd., May 2.- Mr. Seru.-r ,,f Vincennes. Green county, spent ihe day with Mr. Michael Retts. Major M. M. La cry is very sick with a severe cold. The High school held final examina tions Friday. Tlie tenuis court is in the best con dition now that it has been for years. Ir. is kept constantly busy. Rev. Zerby will preach a sermon for 1 l-.e members of the High school gradu ating tlass Sunday evening at 7:"i o'clock at the M. E. church. There will b.- special singing by the High school. Mr.-. Ella. Hartley's class at the Friends church composed of L. H. Tovvnsenr. M. M. Lacey, .1. C. Fulg hime. .Morris ('lark. Henry Love and quite a number of ladies can boast, of having the largest class of any of the Fountain City Sunday schools at present. Mrs. Florence Woofers- has returned 10 her home in Richmond after a few days' visit with her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Calvin Fulgheinne. Mrs. Al Pierce has returned from a visit with relatives in Richmond. Mr. John Overman and daughter. Clementine visited over sma...- ...m. - -. . . I...., v. 1 1 11 relatives in Richmond. A Human Foot Warmer. It is inu'restiuj? to learn that Julius Caesar found our Celtic ancestors just Miffoeatiiis themselves with smoke. Giraldus, the early Welsh historian, desctibes a family as sitting round their smoky central tire by day and lying round it by night. But they could have had little comfort from it. for the same historian tells us that one of their princes eked out his fire with a human, foot warmer. This officer's duty was to keep his master's feet warm by cherishing them in his bosom during meals. For this purpose he Fquatved under the table, and no doubt it "did him proud" so to nurse the roy al moccasins. T. P.'s London Weekly Why He Was Angry. "You made a mistake in your paper," paid an indignant man. entering the ed itorial sanctum of a dally journal. "1 was one of the competitors at an ath letic entertainment last night and you referred to me as 'the well known lightweight champion.' " "Well, are you not?"' inquired, the sporting editor. "No; I'm nothing of the kind." was the arery response, "and it's confound edly awtrward, because I'm a cal dealer." Philadelphia Lodger. Thought He Was Going to Shave. The new rubber in the Turkish batb had formerly been a barber. Thus it was when his first patron came in that the new rubber looked him over and said pityingly, "Wasa yourself sometimes, don't you V Louis ville Courier-Journal. t Snare minutes are the mid rtwet- r.t time, the portions of life most fruitful In good or evil, the gaps through which tftaputioos enter. Mrs. ThralL in fi:? cis mriti.'v.!!. Werl.ir.c sun'ace 7 b V bargain R (.;.; -i! "in-'. Ihckinson Tru.-i C. ui-.p.uiv . I-::t FOR SALE -Vil :Toa'etFcroeerv !- mg s 1 :;.-iS ; g.-o.l reasons fur :mg: "'I'lM'S.'' "Oppor unity," ,-arc : t. .. 27 Tt :ruu SAI.h t)l I RA I)F Modern ivsi dence. Fa.-y torrtis-. Phono ZZXt FOR RENT. FOR RFXT Room wi'h bath: :;. X. !'th street. FOR RKXT Flat ; ::2r. Main. -S Tt FOR RFXT -- Furnished room. heat :tiui hath; MO N. l:'!h. i-7t FOR RKNT Furnished roini8; also office rooms, with steam heat and btti, at The Orarai. for fzer.ts on!v. . ... .v ...IV .I'll, I Ml I Ulll : . I II! - ; ' Ht-A I Uu;uiieh rooms and flats. r. 1 1 - . ....... .10 . .... - Ft. Way;,? Ave. See Alfonis. 2;i-tf. MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICK (";Visha ROt'GE for the "face Wc make a friend every time an American Kid goes over our counter. Are you a friend? ED. A. FELTMAN, MAKER. 609 Main Street. "That man makes a lot of mistakes," said one factory employee. "Yes," answered the other, "more than all the rest of us put together. The foreman just keeps him around fo that he can have some one to jump on and show that h's boss." Wash ington Star. -SEE THE P. J. L. Antique Furniture Co. for all kinds of repairing and re fmishing. Screens made to ord er. Odd pieces of furniture made to order. 922 Main St. Bulbs ara ipiarif s Tuberose, Gladlolas, Dahlias, Coladlums Lawn Grass Seed, Garden and Lawn Fertilizer, Gluten Feed, ALL KINDS OF 911 MAIN Garver &. Meye ome Convincing (Evidence About EVIoHBn Dakota ,. . , , Embden. N. D.. Feb. 20. 1907. Wheelock & UTieelock. Gents: In March, 1880. I took a homstead in Twp. 138, R. 54, built claim shanty, broke farm with oxen and kept bachelor's hall for two years, then I married, built a nice house and lost it afterwards by fire and no insurance. I also bought one quarti-r-section of land from NVheelock 6c Wheelock at $8.00 an acre. Mr. Wheelock called at my place after the fire and left word that I need not pay any. thing on the place that year except interest and taxes, which I thought very nice of him. I now have $5,000 worth of buildings, also a flowing well, am out of debt and owe no man a dollar, and have a nice' home and would not sell out. I consider Wheelock & Whee lock the best company in North Dakota to do business with. Yours truly, JOHN DL'RKIN. , , . ., , , Zumbrota, Minn., Feb. 20. 1907. W heelock & W heelock. Gentlemen: At the same time I acknowledge the receipt of my deed and abstract, I wish to tell you how pleaaed I arn over my trip to your state. Your accommodating agent took me through several counties and showed me lots of good land. I feel certain that my purchase of 320 acres will prove a good investment. I was greatly surprised to see such nice farm buildings which could easily be compared with some of the older states. I would surely advise every yourg man of lim ited means who intends to farm to come to North Dakota. Respectfully yours, SWEN T. SYCENSON. We Are Colonizers Wot kind of land you want, and we Ii .how you a piece that we know will WRITE FOR Send for our Free Booklet " Thart'j Monty in 1h 3rorf Bajtjtt For you" It's chuck full of interesting Information and statistics about North Dakota. .; .-. Tc introduce ilrih i R. iu'o t hotiariii of mn h!m lL:;':;,;;",,;!' TJ' ll'l-tl! :r,H t ti'l. ... til -..t. i .... .... .- , i. . 1 i o! ut po.-ta-,-. R'i:tenn.T tti.s 1- i . . . . i i . not ii san:p:e liotsle. hut a n-s;'!ai'i , i . ... . i . . . i ' s-io :ittie. Am-itis w.iire,!. Wfl-e f,,r !i;ra1 u. fins ddie j lo isli.i Mf Co. u2 1-asl l,:iM S! Xevv nrk. aprl.'t'.Miti ; 1 LAW X MOWFRS sharpened and tv j paired, taken and returned. Rhone; lial. (leo. Ran . i Tt , J.AD1KS SUITS Jl.Oo." Arm,. !) I leaimiK o.. .; North Sfvonli. Work suarar.tro 1 7t XOTICF Bazaar .luuior. " Ihisty M.. Mlack lv,ton will mal,e tlif season at m place, miles noi t!i I of Riehmond on Midd' boro IMke.j Ed Nnrris, Phone .Mu;.E. atilJ lmo1 U i dvo' m ct vt.-o -..1 rr ... ... ..iv 'i' 11. nil vtLii:acioi ('arpenter. and builder. Job work I Scieetis and screen doors. Automa tic phone 1 ;:.(, 27rli PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY MID-WEEK LOW RATE EXCURSION TO CINCINNATI Via C.C.& L. R. R. Wednesday, May 6th. Two Days In Cincinnati Rate $1.75 Round Trip Numerous Attractions The Zoo, May Festival, Ringling'.s Circus, Etc., Etc. Train leaves Richmond. 4:05 p. m. Tickets good for return on all trains up to and including train leaving Cincinnati. !;0tt p. m.t day. May Sth. C. A. RLAIR. P. & T. A. Home Tel. 2002. Th. Sunrise; Of llf. Infants and children are constantly needing a axative. It is Important to nuw what to Kive them. Their stomach and boireli are not strong enougrh for salts, purjutive waters or catliaru pills. powders or t-tilrts. Give them a tailj pleasant, grentle. loxatlre tonic like Dr. fall' well's Syrup Peptic, which sells at the stnuli sum of 50 cents or $1 at drug- stores. It la thr. one great remedy for you to have ia the house to give children wher. ti - netd it. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY Calf Meal. FEED AND SEED. STREET. an. vrn , , . Rugby. N. D.. Feb. 14. 1907. WTieelock & Wheelock, i j NY. ECar Sin' You "k me reding the sale of my land in Wella county which I bought from you four years ago for $1 1.00 an acre. In reply let me may that the land ia not or "e. out were it, I would hesitate before considering a $4,000 offer. As you know. I had the land broken and crop ped each year on the half crop1 plan and have received big interest after all expenses for seed, threahing and taxes were paid. It is my desire as soon as possible to buy another quarter from you in Wells county. I consider Wella county one of the best in the state. In conclusion let me say that I shall most assuredly recommend your firm to my friends desiring to buy farms. With highest regards I beg to remain. Most truly yours, JOHN MEISNER. M-k I ii, . ,Towcr Cit. N-Feb. 17. 1907. w heelock 6c W heelock. Dear Sirs: 1 must write and let you know that I am well satisfied with North Dakota, and I find the land just as you told me it wa,. if not better.l thjr,k a man can make two dohars here to every one in Minnesota, and 1 am thank ful to you for the good treatment I .eceived from you while I was out looking for land. Tower city U a nic little town and it does a lot of business. There are five elevators here and they haVe been busy all winter taking in grain, which shows that there is good country around here. Wishing you the best of luck for the coming season. I remain. Yours truly, FRANK KOENIG. WHEELOCK & WHEELOCK 119 WALDORF BLOCK. FARCO, NORTH DAKOTA FINANCIAL. i ! monkv loanei,-u3' I iU'lill'MJil ! H)J11 ILUQ IJU eMail- aiirncv . Mam strei i. rhcuc No "Jt'J Wide stairs. 710 food's autou.Aiie l-wfsi-thurs fri sat tf LAUNDRY. - uToTV-in Mt,y W8 cao. Richmond StMB Laupdrj . Teacher (Kivins lesson oa kfii 1 " ' r - ih t---(i v,u t r c 1 - j We have now learned about the work- i:. Ixe and thedrono, but thnv is still another bee In eer.t hive. This br doo n- work, but is waited on by ll the otliera. They are verT kind to It. 1 , . . 01 in iiKi.i 10 it. iroTi.ie for al! it wants Htvd it every attvotfou. Can any j: irl tell me what it is called? Little Girl (after lon; jati!e)-Please, mum, the lodger.-London Scrap.. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. The Kiblingcr Motor Buggy $375.00 and upwards. A practical, successful, economical, automobile at a small rout. Double cylinder, air cooled, 10 12 II IV Solid rubber tires. Will run through deep mud or sand, am! will climb steep i hills. Write for our Agency Terms. ! W. H. KIBLINGER CO., ! Box N. 320. Auburn, lnd. SEE OUR SPRING LINE of GO-CARTS ...at. HASSENBUSCH'S The Great Blood Purifier. Fr sain hy Ieo II. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and W. II. Sudhoff. Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on your Bond. Will Insure you against Burglary. Theft and Larceny. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bldg.. rhonea, Horn 15&9. Bell 03 R. "Ia your wife auiierstltlousr "I think ao. There are thirteen hnt- tona off my clothes, and I can't get ber to sew them on." Speculators win you. l