TIIE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGltAM, SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1908.
Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost,
Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice,
Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc.,
I 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 THE PRICE OF 3.
WANTED Furniture to repair and
upholster. Holthouse, 124 S. 6th.
Phono 4201. 14"7t
WANTED Furnished room centrally
located; a cool room with ventilation
In a family of plain folks. Address
Room, care Palladium. 14-lt
WANTED Traveling salesmen to Bell
temperance drinks through jobber,
salary or commission. State exper
ience in detail, and mention refer
ence -when replying. Red Cross Vin
egar Company, St. Louis, Mo. 7&14
IWANTED Washing and ironing to
do. Call at 1390 N. F street, city.
WANTED Salesman for Richmond,
lnd., and surrounding counties to
. sell high grade of overalls and work
clothes direct from factory. For in
formation address A. Lewis & Son,
319-327 Franklin St., Chicago. 111.
WANTED To do typewriting at
home. Phone 3086.
Salesman wanted sen retail
trade, $75 to $175 per month and
expenses or commission. Experi
ence unnecessary. HERMINGSEN
CIGAR CO.. Toledo. O. 12-7t
WANTED Agents. Our new 35c
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS.
(By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.)
New York, June 13.
Open High Low
Amalgamated Copper . 66 67V2 65
American Smelting 74 75 74
American Sugar .. .. .. ... 126V6 12614 126
Atchison 80 81 79
B. & O. .. t 8S 89 88
B. R. T 46 47 46
C. M. & St. P. 131 133 131
New York Central . 104y8 104 104
Northern Pac 135 136 134
Pennsylvania 120 121 120y8
Reading 111 112 HO
Southern Pacific 85 86 84
Union Pacific 144 144 142
U. S. Steel 36 37 36
U. S. Steel pfd 101
Great Northern .- 129 130 129
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
By Correll and Thompson, Brokers,
Chicago, June 13.
Open. High. Low. Close.
July .... .. 88 80 88 89
gept 85 8t5 85 86
Dec 87 87 86 87
Open. Hlgn. Low. Close.
July 67 67 66 66
Bept . . . . . . 66 66 65 65
J)ec .. .. 56 56 65 55
Opeu. High. Low. Close.
July 43 43 43 43
fiept ...... 35 36 35- 35
Open. High. Low. Close.
July .$14.05 $14.11 $14.02 $14.12
Sept . . . 14.35 14.45 14.30 14.40
Open. High. Low. Close.
July . $8.80 $8.80 $&72 $8.75
fiept .. 9.00 9.00 a 90 8.92
Open. High. Low. Close.
July .. . $7.72 $7.80 $7.72 $1.75
Bept . 8.02 8.05 7.95 8.00
U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO.
Chicago, June 13. Hogs, receipts
12,000, 6c higher; left over 2,419. Cat
tle 8,000, steady. ' Sheep 8,000, steady.
Mixed 5.35 5.80
Heavy 5.30 5.77
Rough 5.30 5.50
Reserves less U. S. Depos
its, Inc $6,199,225
Reserves, Inc. . 6,199,100
loans, Inc 2,264,700
Specie, Inc 5,512,200
Legal s, Inc 2,365,900
Deposits, Inc 6,756,000
Circulation, Dec 196,400
Indianapolis, June 13.
Best heavies $5.45$5.65
Good to choice .. .' 5.35 5.50
Good to choice heifers.... 6.35 6.75
Medium to good steers ... 6.25 6.65
Choice to fancy yearlings 5.25 6.00
Choice to fancy heifers .. 5.25 6.00
Good to choice heifers. ... 4.65 5.15
Good to choice 3.00 6.50
Fair to good 2.00 6.00
Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs 6.25 5.50
Household Specialty is decidedly
the biggest seller this year. Sample
35c postpaid. Money back if dis
satisfied. Wolvereen Mfg. Co., Pitts
burg, Pa. 12-3t
WANTED To sharpen your lawn
mower. John Fuller, 101 Williams
street, Fairview. 12-7t
WANTED Sell your rags, rubber and
metals at Richmond Waste Trade
Co., corner 3rd and Main. Phone
2098. Bell 46W. 9-7t
WANTED To repair your watches,
clocks and jewelry. Carl L. Culbert
son, in Frank Albright's Store, 313
North D. 9-7t
WANTED You to stop at northwest
corner 7th and Main for your ice
cream cones, candies, cigars and
Hamburgers. George Manoosas.
WANTED See Morehead for profes
sional vault cleaning. Phone 3177.
938 Butler Street. mayl6-tf
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. Moler Barber CoL'ege.
Cincinnati. O. tf
WANTED Cheapest, best shorthand,
Fair to good feeders 4.75 5.00
Good to choice stackers.. 3.50 4.60
Common to fair heifers .. 4.00 4.65
Choice lambs 5.25 5.50
Best yearlings 5.00 5.25
Richmond Grain Market.
(Richmond Roller MIUb)
Wheat (per bu) 87c
Corn (per bu) 70c
Oats, (per. bu.) 47c
Rye, (per bu.) 70c
Bran (per ton) $26.00
Middlings (per ton) $23.00
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hogs, average 200 to
250 lbs $5.15$5.30
Good to heavy packers .. 5.10 5.25
Common and rough 3.50 4.50
Steers, corn fed 5.00 5.75
Heifers 4.50 5.00
Fat cows 3.50 4.25
Bulls 3.50 4.50
Qalves 4.90 5.15
Lambs 5.25 5.50
PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb..lSc
Old chickens, per lb., 12 to 15c
Turkeys, per lb lSo
Ducks, per lb - 15c
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb 25c
Country butter, per lb 15c
Eggs, per doz 14 c.
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar G. Whelan.)
Timothy Hay (baled) $12.00
Timothy Hay (loose) . .. .$10.0011.00
Clover Hay tbaled) $10.00
Clover Hay (loose) 0.00
Mixed Hay HUH)
Straw (per ton) 5.00
Corn (per bu) 65 to 6Sc
Oats (per bu.) 47 to 50c
Richmond Seed Market.
(Runge & Co.)
Timothy (per bu) $2.00
Pittsburg, June 13.
Cattle Receipts, light
Cattle. $7.50 down.
Veal $5.00 7.20.
Hogs Receipts 20 loads, $5.70 down.
Sheep and lamb receipts light.
Sheep $4.S5 down.
Spring lambs, $7.25 down.
East Buffalo Livestock.
East Buffalo, June 13.
Cattle Receipts 200, lower.
Veal Receipts active. $7.75 down.
Sheep and lambs Receipts S00.
Sheep $5.25 down.
Lambs, $6.25 down.
book keeping, typewriting, Mrs. Hi
ser's school, 15th year. Phone
WANTED Manager for branch office
we wish to locate here in Richmond.
Address with reference. The Morris
Wholesale House. Cincinnati, Ohio.
FOR SALE $60 bed room set, cheap
if sold at once. Iron bed, solid wal
nut desk, ljook case and chair, cook
stove, gasoline stove, biiscburncr,
and other articles. C. K. Morris,
109 N. lith. ll-2t
FOR "SALE Apair ofliowe scales,
just taken out, for weighing stock,
gram or coal. See V. J. lliatt, No.
8 North 9th street. ?3t
FOfSALT;Agwd lot for $250.00 in
east end of city. All improvements
paid for. Sec me quick, Al H. Hunt,
7 N. 9th St. 13-3t
FOR SALE Sows and pigs. Geo. R.
Martin, Phone 1841. 13-7t
hay press. Phone 1411. 114 S. 10th
FOR SALE 30 good second hand or
gans; we need the room. Prices $10
and up. The Starr Piano Co., 931-
Hogs Receipts' 2,500.
Mixed and yorkers, $5.85 down.
Toledo, June 13.
Clover, (October) $7.42
EFFECT OF HEW BILL
FELT III ATTITUDE
European Banks Show More
Favor for United States
Under Vreeland Bill.
MAKES BETTER STANDING.
LAW WILL BE BENEFICIAL IN EN
ABLING BANKS OF THIS COUN
TRY TO FINANCE THEIR AF
Chicago, 111., June 13. The effect of
the new Vreeland currency bill al
ready has been felt in the changed at
titude of European banks toward the
United States, according to Chicago
bankers, who say, however, that in
their opinion no emergency circula
tion will be required this fall to help
move the crops. "The new law has
given American banks a standing in
foreign countries that they have not
had heretofore," said W. T. Fenton,
vice president of the National Bank
of the Republic, an institution which
made the unique record of paying out
cash as required by its depositors
throughout the period of clearing
house certificates last fall. "The law
will be very beneficial in a broad
sense, in enabling banks in this coun
try to finance their affairs abroad.
There is always a large foreign busi
ness with the United States, and here
tofore the rigid currency law prevent
ed any elasticity and when our banks
had once loaned their money they had
to stop further business whereas in
other countries bankers use their
credit. Banking on assets has always
been a recognized feature of the finan
cial systems abroad and the new law
for the first time places the United
States on a similar financial system to
England, France, Germany and other
countries." Chicago banks have not
as yet followed the lead of New York
in forming a currency association but
this will be done at an early date.
WILL GIVE RECITALS.
Miss Laura Gaston will give two re
citals Wednesday afternoon and ev
ening at the First English Lutheran
church. The afternoon affair will be
for her younger pupils and the ev
ening one for the more advanced stu
dents. The program for the evening
is as follows:
Misses Millikan and Haeeman
Forest Scenes No. 2 Schumann
Concerto A Minor Hummel
Concerto in G Minor Mendelssohn
Concerto (Allegro Vivan) Ries
Allegro Maestoso Mae Dowell
935 Main St. Phone 1646. Bell 346.
FOR SALE Cheap, carriage and
buggy. Newborn's shop on alley.
4th and X. A streets. ll-7t
FOR SALENew lot of taberettes74Sc
and up. Antique Furniture Co., 510
Main. Phone f.m. 11-Tt
FOR SALE See R. M. Lacey for sew
ing machines, ,";" Min. Phone
21!M. 1 1-Tt
FOR SALE New and second hand
furniture, E. Wyatt. 516 Main. 9-7t
FOR SALE A car load of horses every
Saturday and Monday at Gus Taube's
FOR SALE Sweet potato plants, 7
Grant street, phone 3003. l-4t
FOR SALE City realTstaU- Ported
field, Kellty Block- 0-tf
FOR-SALEingTe-cushion tire bug
gy; used with or without top. J.
W. Snyder, corner National Road
and Asylum Ave. 7-7t
FOR RENT Furnished Flats, 415
Main street. 14-7t
FO R R ENT Furnished rooms, all
STOCK BUSINESS IS
MAKING BIG CHANGE
Great Clover Ranches Devel
oped From Sand Barrens
In Northern States.
THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS.
ABUNDANCE OF FRESH WATER
MAKES THE LANDS SUITA
BLE FOR THE PURPOSE OF
Chicago, June 13. Great changes In
the live stock business of the country
are foreseen by the packing interests
here in consequence of the discovery
of soil experts of the department of ag
riculture that some 8,000,000 acres of
light, sandy soil in the jack pine re
gion of Michigan, Wisconsin and Min
nesota can be turned into great clover
ranches for cattle, sheep and hogs.
The agricultural department has is
sued a bulletin which gives in detail
experiments made In the new ways of
raising clover on the sandy soils of
those states, which will eventually re
sult in adding greatly to thoir agricul
tural wealth. C. Benjnan Smith, of
the bureau of plant industry, has dem
onstrated a new manner of planting
and cropping clover. Climatic condi
tions and the abundance of water male
the soils, he says, ideal for the pur
pose of clover growing, a fact which
promises to transform in time the cut-
over pine lands which now aro put to
little use, for the better grade of live
stock can be raised r.nd fattened on
these lands. A vast annual saving in
transportation cost would be made as
well as still greater saving in the loss
es suffered from exposure and starva
tion, which at times is severe on the
western ranges. The clover ranh
territory of these three states seem3
likely in the near future to have a
marked effect on the prices of meat
and meat products and in another gen
eration develop new great dairying
First Christian Corner Tenth and
South A streets, Samuel W. Traum,
pastor. The bible school meets at
9:05 a. m.. Prof. Albert Jones, super
intendent. Senior Christian Endeavor
at 6:30, Lova Mansfield, president
Preaching service and communion af
10:30 a. m.; preaching at 7:30 p. m.
In the morning service the Harris sis
ters. Miss Ruth, Mrs. Abbie Alum
baugh and Mrs. Mamie Huff, will sing.
In the evening Mrs. Alumbaugh will
sing the Carol. "O Day of Christ' as
sisted by Mr. Clifford Peele in a violin
Reid Memorial United Presbyterian
Corner Eleventh and North A
streets. Rev. S. R. Lyons, pastor.
Preaching by the pastor 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject:
"Heroism of the Common Man." Mem
orial service for Brotherhood of Rail
way Trainmen. Evening subject:
"My Want and God's Supply." Sab
bath school 9:15 a. m.; Christian
Union 6:30 p. m.
First Church of Christ Scientist
Second floor Masonic temple. Sunday
services 10:45 a. m. Subject "God the
Preserver of Man." Experience meet
ing Wednesday evening 7:45. All are
welcome to these services. Reading
room 10 North Tenth street open 9 a.
m. to 5 d. m.
First English Lutheran Corner
Eleventh and South A streets. E. G.
Howard, pastor. Children's day exer
cises for which an interesting pro
gram has been prepared will begin at
modern conveniences; 103 S. 9th
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
or without boarding, 34 N. 6th.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; also
office rooms, with steam heat and
bath, at The Grand, for gents only.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
bath. 30 N. 12th. 11-Tt
FOR RENT Modern five room flat,
cheap to people without children.
322 X. Sth. ll-7t
LOST About three months ago, a gold
watch charm with 2 elks' teeth en
cased in gold. Reward if return
ed to Dr. Zimmerman. S7t
LOST In street in front of KnoHeiT
berg's store, a brass cap for water
tank for automobile; leave at Auto
Inn and get reward. 14-2t
LOST Friday evening, Palladium col
lection book. Return to Palladium
or notify McDarby, carrier. 14-3t
LOST-Friday morning at High
School Chapel or Fairview car, a
! gold necklace. Reward if left at this
9 a. m. The usual morning service
will be combined with the same and
in consequence the regular worship
pers and others are requested to be
present an hour earlier than usual.
Evening service at-7:30. Subject:
"Foolish Wedding Guests." Benevo
lent offerings for the Oesterlin Or
phan's Home will be received at all
services. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
SOUTH A STREET
Board of Public Works Will
Meet With Citizens
MAY BE A REMONSTRANCE.
IMPROVEMENT WILL EXTEND
FROM SECOND TO EIGHTEENTH
STREET AND WILL COST THOU
SANDS OF DOLLARS.
Friday, June 20 at 10 o'clock, has.
been fixed by the board of public
works as the time upon which all
persons interested In the improvement
of South A street from Second street
to Eighteenth street may meet with
the board to discuss the proposed Im
provement. The board has passed a
resolution providing for the construc
tion of cement sidewalks, curbs and
gutters along both sides of South A
street. To complete the Improve
ment it will cost several thousand dol
lars and it is expected the property
owners will show considerable inter
est. One of the properties against
which the heaviest assessments will be
levied will be the courthouse. The
entire south side of the courthouse
block will be effected.
On the date mentioned, the board
will decide whether the benefits accru
ing to abutting and adjacent propety
and to the city of Richmond will be
equal to or exceed the estimated cost
of such an Improvement. Practically
the entire length of A street is includ
ed in the portion it is intended to im
prove. The south side of the square
between Fifth and Sixth streets has
cement walk and there is cement walk
In front of the Christian church. Be
sides the court house the improvement
will effect Trinity Lutheran and First
English Lutheran churches and the
High school building. It would not
be surpising if a remonstrance
against the improvement Is presented.
RICH LEAD AND ZINC
MINES TO BE MERGED
Capital Will Be $1,000,000
It Is Claimed.
Madison, June 13. It is proposed
to merge the six rich lead and zinc
mines in the Platteville district of
Wisconsin. The combine includes the
Enterprise and Empire mines. The
capital will be $1,000,000, practically
the value of the six plants.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY
The Great Blood Purifier. JVsr sale
at all drug stores.
We can help make ycu happy hon
estly we can. Richmond Steam
PHONE 4201 for prompt Merchants"
Delivery. Leo 11. Weiss. 10 Tt
SEE CLYDE HOWARDS for prompt
Merchants' Delivery. Phone 4.000;
1958. 10 7t
SEE PAUL E. WILSON for anything
in Music line. In Adams' Drug
NOTICE Geisha ROUGE for the face
and lips. To introduce Geisha Rouge
into thousands of new homes we
will send one regular f0c size bottle
to all who answer this advertise
ment and inclose 10 cents to cover
cost of postage. Remember this is
not a sample bottle, but a regular
50c size bottle. Agents wanted.
Write for liberal terms. Address
The Kiblinger Motor Buggy
$375.00 and upwards.
A practical, successful, economical,
automobile at a small cost. Double
cylinder, air cooled, 10-12 H. P. Solid
rubber tires. Will run through deep
mud or Band, and will climb steep
hills. Write for our Agency Terms.
W. H. KIBLINGER CO.,
Box N. 320. Auburn, lnd.
Terre Haute, Indianapolis &
Eastern Traction Co.
(Time Table Effective Oct. 27, 1907.)
Trains leave Richmond for Indian
apolis and intermediate stations at
6:00 a. m., 7:25, 8:00, 9:25, 10:00.
11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:25, 3:00. 4:00.
5:25. 6:00. 7:30, 8:40, 9:00, 10:00,
Last car to Indianapolis, 8:40 p. m.
Last car to New Castle, 10:00 p. m.
Trains connect at Indianapolis for
Lafayette, Frankfort, Crawfordsville,
Terre Haute, Clinton, Sullivan, Paris
(Ills.) Tickets sold through.
Your mother used Gold Medal Flour.
Tou can't find better. Don't try. Martha.
BAKED HAM (It's Delicious, cooked done); POTATO
CHIPS (crisp); BULK OLIVES (15c pint).
Phone 2292. HADLEY BROS.
COR. Ott and 1VIAIIM
Burn Artificial Gas in an
Artificial Gas Range.
Do it now and watch
your gas bill.
Richmond Light, Heat & Power Co.
62 East 131st St..
FARMERS Get your sickles, scythes
and edge tools ground Saturday
night. Hrown aud Darnell Co., 1022
FIRE INSURANCE Richmond In
surance Agency, Hans N. Koll. Mgr.
716 Main. may3 sun & thur tf
NOTICE -For bargains In bicycles,
cookir.s stoves, etc . call at W. F.
Brown's. Main. 11-Tt
BUILDING LOAN'S and new houses
furnished complete on easy terms.
Thompson's Agency. 13-7t
Marriage among Moslems In India
Is followed by other ceremonies. The
bride, with -the bridegroom. Is taken
back to her father's house after four
days; then again she comes back to her
husband's house after ten days stay
Dd then after a ntj of twenty days
returns to her father's house for at
least sir months. Thus instead of
having a short period of honeymoon
they make It last almost a year.
Round Trip to
Via C. C. & L R. R.
Good 14 Days on Account of Re
Selling Dates, June 13, 14,
15, 16 and 17.
Good returning until June 27
Two Trains Daily Leaves Rich
mond 10:55 a. ni. Leaves Rich
mond 11:22 p. m.
For particulars, call
C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A.,
Home TeL 2062.
Moore & Ogborn
Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on
your Bond. Will Insure you against
Burglary, Theft and Larceny. Room
16, I. O. O. P. Bids., Phones, Horn
1589. Bell 53-R.
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