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'PALLADIUM AND SUN -TELEGRAM -CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT; SOUGHT TO MURDER FOR WRONGS DONE Stenographer Seeks to Murd er New York Postmas ter Today. THE RICII3IOXD PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEG11A3I, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1908. ' Mi MT ' ...The Market Place" of the People... SEH IMS PEH? W(D H D) ' ; Situations Wanted and Greatest little satlsfiers of All advertisements must be F05 TUB Found Ads 2 times big wants are the in this office before ((TlfS K EACH INSERTION. FREE ' " ads below 12 noon iTlJtSUlbie iUJJ" ) WANTED. WANTED Boarders. First class board 'RpnjaiTinhlft. All conven iences. Mrs. wmeit, e. mn. WANTED To buy all kinds of second hand furniture; 519 Main. 9-tf WANTEDWell improved 80 acre farm, near Richmond. Beall & Coffin. 18 S. 8th St. 9-tf WANTED To buy all kinds of sec ond hand furniture, stoves and car pets;. 519 Main. '8-tf WANTED Nurse, experienced and faithful, would care for invalid, man or woman, or keep house for nice elderly couple. Call 115 N. Ninth street. 0-5t ALE HELP WANTED Papermak ers The International Paper Co. want machine tenders and back tenders for fast Fourdrlnier news machines at various mills in the East. Wages machine tenders from 36 to 48 cents per hour; back tend ers from 22 to 32 cents per hour. Free fare to competent men; steady position. Can also use experienced third hands who are competent to work as back tenders. Excellent opportunity to work up. Can also use a limited number of cylinder men. Write at once, giving age and experience, or call on Hugh Morgan, St. Charles Hotel, Hamilton, Ohio. 5-7t WANTED 500 men to learn barber trade and take positions waiting our graduates. Few weeks completes. Constant practice furnished. Schol arship includes tools, instructions, TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. ifly Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, Nov. 9. 1m & ft.- Great Northern Amalgamated Copper American Smelting Northern Pacific . . U. S. Steel .. .. .. .. .. .. . : U. S. Steel pfd Pennsylvania 1st. Paul .. & O. .. .... New York Central 'Reading Canadian Pacific Union Pacific Atchison '. . Southern Pacific Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By CoTfcU and Thompson. Erokera - ; Chicago, Nov. 9. Eaton O.1 Wheat. , Open High Low Close Dec. ... 101 101 100 101 May... 105 105 104 105 July ... 100 100 99 100 Corn Open High Low Close Dec. ... 61 62 60 61 May ... 62 62 61 61 July ri. 61 61 61 61 Oats. Open High Low Close Dec. ... 48 48 4S 48 May ... 50 50 50 50 July ... 46 .46 46. 46 Pone 5 Open High Low Closa Jan. ... 15.97 16.05 15.95 16.05 May .V. 15.S7 1.00 15.87 15.97 . . Lard. Jan. .... 9.27 9.32 9.27 9.32 May .... 9.35 , 9.40 9.35 9.40 ; ; Ribs. I Open High Low Close Jan. .... 8.45 S.47 8.45 8.47 May . . . . 8.52 8.57. 8.52 8.57 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. Chicago, Nov. 9. Hogs. 60,000; 15 lower; cattle, 34,000; 10 lower; sheep, 40,000; 25 lower. Hogs Close. Wght $5.15 5.90 Mixed 5.30 6.10 Heavy .. .. 5.39 6.10 Rough 5.30 5.50 Indianapolis Market. C t REPRESENTATIVE SLES. HOGS. No. ' Av. Dk. Price 60 265 480 $6.40 66 262 360 6.30 66 ,. 227 ,80 6.25 82 234 400 6.15 S7 210 360 6.10 65 233 S20 6.10 85 17S .. 6.00 72 1S2 80 5.90 69 203 240 5.90 9S 172 40 5.80 100 V 161 .. 5.75 84 1SS 320 5.75 91 I... ......... ....163 SO 5.65 42 17S 160 5.60 120 167 SO 5.55 62 149 5.50 111 13S .. 5.40 72..... 117 .. 5.00 '96 133 .. 5.00 20 109 . . 4.75 21 106 .. 4.50 80 ..;;;;;;;;:..;;; 78 4.00 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. : v" HOGS. . Best heavies. . .. .. .. ..$3.90 6.40 Good te choice . . .. .. .. 5.65 6.10 BEST STEERS. .Fin i shei steers .......... 6.00 7.00 demonstrations, examinations and diplomas. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O. novl-tf WANTED Roomers and boarders; call 25 South 4th. 3-7t WANTED Young persons to better their condition by attending Rich mond Business College, day or night. ' novl-tf FOR SALE. l-OR SALE City real estate. Porter- field. Keliey BlixA- 9-tf FOR SALE Household goods, 123 Williams 9-7t FOR SALE Baby cab, cheap. Call at 203 S. 11th. 0-lt FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint, guaranteed five years. Retail at wholesale price. Clendenln & Co.. 257 Ft. Wayne avenue. Both phones jion&fri tf FOR-! SALE ThoroiTghbTed-Durrocki; Iowa and Illinois best, gilts and males; reasonable price. Clinton Commons, Webster, Ind. C-F-M-2w FOlTlSAXEBarred Plymouth Rock roosters; address Lou Morgan, Route 11, Centerville, Ind. 8-2t FORALEAt a bargain HawSey Time Qock ' Makes it possible to keep the correct time on SO men. Manufacture? Crouse-HindsCo., Syra cuse, N. Y. Iff interested call at Palladium Office. Open 115 139 SG 98 .. ..151 55 112 128 1474 .. ..10514 116 , .. ..137 175 178 94 113 High 116 139 87 98 151 55 113 129 148 106 116 139 176 179 95 113 , Low 114 140 86 97 150U 54 112 127 146 105 113 136 174 177 93 112 114 139 86 97 150 54 112 , 128 146 105 113 138 174 178. 94 112 Good to choice steers .... 5.75 Choice to fancy yearlings. 4.0O STOCK CATTLE, rjood to heavy fleshy feed ers 4.00 Fair to good feeders 3.50 Good to choice etockers . . . 2.00 Common to fair heifers... 2.50 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers . . 4.00 Good to choice heifers .. 3.50 SHEEP. Best yearlings 4.00 Spring Lambs 5.50fij VEAL CALVES- Good to choice 4.50 Fair to good 3.C0 6.00 4.75 4.25 3.75 3.50 3.23 5.00 3.73 4.25 5.75 7.50 6.25 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, Nov. 9. Wheat, 99. Corn, 70c. Oats, 48 l-4c. Rye. 73. Timothy. $12.00. Pittsburg Livestock Pittsburg, Nov. 9. Cattle Receipts 100 loads, f Extras, $6.10 down. Prime, $3.90 down. Veal $8.50 down. Hogs, receipts 110 loads. Heavies, $6.10 down. Mediums, $5.95 down. Sheep, receipts light; $4.25 down. Spring lambs, $6.00 down. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Nov. 9. Wheat, per bu $1.02. Corn. CSc. Rye, 7 Sc. Oats, 401-2c EAST BUFFALO. East Buffalo. Nov. 9. Cattle Receipts, 5,500; $6.75 down. Veals Receipts, 1,400; $8.75 down. Sheep Receipts, 25.000; $4.73 down. Hogs Receipts, 30,000; $6.10 down. Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy hay (baled) $10 to $11 New Timothy hay (loose).. .$10 to $11 New clover hay (loose) $8.00 MLxed hay $10.00 Straw (per ton) $3.00 Oats, per bu ...50c New Corn 55 to 60c Richmond Grain Market. - - (Richmond Ro!ler Mills) (Runge & Co.) Timothy, per ba. $1.50 S1.S0 Clover Seed $4.00 FOR 3 A LB- A car load cf horses every .Saturday aid Monday at Gus Taube'a Larn. tf-tl FOR SALE 3 good farms, must be sold; immediate possession; Mor gan, 8th & North E. 30-tf FOR SALE A 10 room double house, j $1,850.00; $300 cash, balance $15.00 j per mo. Rents $17.00 per month. That Morgan, 8th and N. E St. 5-tf FOR SALE -Household goods; call 2205 E. Main. . 5-7t FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two rooms and bath for light housekeeping; electric lights; steam heat; gas; $15 per month; Address "C. & D.", care Palladium. 8-tf FOR RENT Unfurnished rooms; 48 N. 5th. 8-2t FOR RENT House. Call 1523 North E street. C-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat and bath, for gents, at the Grand. oct28-tf FOR RENT Rooms, 122 N. 11th St.; reference. 4-7t FOUND. FOUND WTeeks washing on Henley Road, east of city. Owner call No. 5103B. 0-2t FIRE INSURANCE. FIRE INSURANCE Richmond In surance Agency, Hans N. Koll, Mgr. 716 Main. mayS sun & thur tf Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $4.50$5.O0 Good to heavy packers ... 4.00 4.50 Common and rough 3.75 4.50 Steers, corn fed 4.00 4.25 Heifers 3.25 3.50 Fat cows 2.50 3.25 Bulls 2.50 3.25 Calves 6.00 6.50 Lambs 4.00 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens dressed, per lb 15c Old chickens, per lb. . . .111 to 14c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by. Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 30c Country butter, per lb 25c Richmond Seed Market. Rye (per bu.) 75c Bran, (per ton) $24.00 Middlings (per ton) $27.00 Clover Seed, per bu $4.00 CENTERVILLE. GRAIN. (Furnished by Fred Schliehtz & Sons) Wheat 97c Cora (old), 70c; (new) 35c Oats 43c Rye , 70c Clover Seed $4.00 Turkeys 7c Ducks 6c Corn (per bu) GO Oats (per bu.) 50c O0'T$ n(l Jaa" '?UAV Geese 5c Eggs 2'Jc Country butter 22c PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by II. L. Johnston.) Young Chickens 9c Apples 75c $1.25 Old Chickens 8c Country Bacon 10llc Potatoes 80c CAMBRIDGE CITY. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg) Wheat, No. 2, per bu 95c Corn, new, per bu 55c Oats 43c Rye 70c Clover Seed ?3.754.00 PRODUCE. (Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.) Country Butter 16c Eggs, per doz ..25c Old chickens, per lb 7c Young chickens, per lb 7c Turkeys, per lb. 10c Ducks, per lb ...6c Geese, per lb 4c LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by Harmat Bros.) Butcher steers $5.00 Good to choice $3.50 Heifers $3.25 4.09 Veal calves 5.00 ?.50 Hogs 6.25 Roughs 4.00 5.50 Sheep ; 1-50 3.00 Lambs 3.00 4.50 Pigs 5-00 5.50 MILTON. GRAIN. (Furnished by J. W. Brumfield & Co.) Wheat. No. 2 9Sc Wheat. No. 3 ..91c. Corn 00c Oats 47c. Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $27.00 C. Corn, per cwt. ." $2.00 Eread Meal $40.00 PRODUCE' AND SEEDS. (Furnished by F. M. Joaes & Co.) Country Butter ..................20c PROSPERITY HAS RETURNED Since Tafft's election con ffidence has been restored and everybody is satisfied. The satisfaction of using Palladium Want Ads is that you are sure off re suits. Why does it give the best results? Because the public knows the Pal ladium is the Want Ad paper off Richmond, and know where to look for their wants. LOST. LOST Silver purse between 14th and 4th on C; return to Humpe's Shoe Store. 9-2t DOST Black kid glove on Main to S. 17th, Saturday night; leave at 21 S. 17th. 9-lt DENTIST. J. D n. D. D. D. S. Williams' Office, 706 Main Street. oct 21-lmo PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC WIRING. A Hot Water Radiator on your hot air furnace will heat that cold room. Just call Meerhoff, 1236. 8-tf Country Butter 23c Eggs 22c Potatoes, per bu 75c Sweet Potatoes, per bu 75c English Clover Seed, per bu $4.00 Small Clover Seed, per 'on $4.00 FOUNTAIN CITY. (Furnished by R. A. Benton) Butcher Steers $4.00$4.75 Good to Choice Cows .... 3.00 3.75 Heifers 4.00 4.50 Veal Calves 6.00 Hogs 6.50 Roughs 3.50 5.25 Sheep 3.00 3.25 Lambs 4.00 5.00 GRAIN. (Furnished by Harris & Jarrett.) Wheat 90c Corn, per cwt 80c Oats 43c Rye 65c. Prime clover seed $4.00 HAGERST0WN. GRAIN. (Furnished by Clark Bros.) Sweet Potatoes, per bu $1.00 Potatoes, per bu 75c Clover seed (big) per bu $4.50 Clover seed (small) per bu $4.50 Onions, per bu., $1.00 Wheat S7c Corn 53c Oats 45c Rye ?0c Bran, per ton $24.00 Middlings $27.00 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by Ed Porter & Son.) Geese 6c Country Butter 20c Eggs 23c Young chickens 7c Old Chickens 7c Turkeys 10c Ducks 7c Geese 5c GREENSF0RK. LIVE STOCK. (Furnished by D. V. Harris.) Butcher steers $4.00$o.5O Good to choice cows 4.00 Heifers 4.50 Veal calves 4.00 5.50 Hogs G.OO 6.50 Rough3 5.25 Sheep 2.002 3.50 Lambs 4.00 4.50 GRAIN. (Furnished by D. XV. Harris & Co.) Wheat 90c Corn 75c Oats 45c Rye G5c Clover Seed, No. 2 $4.50 PRODUCE AND POULTRY. (Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co. Country butter, per lb 15c Eggs, per doz., . , .17c Old Chickens, per lb 8c Old Roosters per lb 3c Turkeys, per lb 6c Young chickens, per lb 12c Ducks, per lb 6c Geese, per lb 5c NEW PARIS, OHIO. GRAIN. (Furnished by G. V. &. I. R. Richards) Wheat .. . 9Sc Corn ?3c Oats 45e Rye 70c Prime Red Clover Seed $4.00 Alsike $7.50 IJVE STOCK. (Furnished by J. Jarrett.) Butcher Steers, $3.50 $4.00 Good to Choice Cows . . . . .$3.00$3.50 Heifers ,.t 3.23 3.75 Veal Calves 4.25 6.00 Hogs 4.50 5.40 Roughs 4.00 5.00 Sheep 3.55 Lamb 5.00 MISCELLANEOUS. NO HUNTING allowed on Peter Beel- er farm. 8-3t NO HUNTING All hunting and coon hunting for bidden on my farm. 7-7 1 JOE MYERS. DEGREE OFPOCOllONTA&Men bers of Maumee Council No. 4, De gree of Pocohontas. will meet at the home of Mrs. Lydia Roser, South lirth street, tomorrow evening at 7:15 to go to the homo of Sister Mar garet Miller, to hold funeral ser vices over the remains. NO HUNTING. No hunting or trespassing on these premiss: JOE BROWN. M. F. DRULEY, W. H. DRULEY & SON MARTHA DILLMAN, WALTER BULLA. LUTHER BAILEY. DANIEL KITCHELL, L. FLESH. PERRY STANFORD, FRANK KUHLMAN, GEO. HENSLEY. WM. 1KENBERRY. FUNERAL NOT I C E-Moni bers oT Eden Lodge, No. .TO, I. O. O. F., are requested to meet at lodgo hall Tuesday night. Nov. 10. at 7 o'clock to attend funeral servlco of Sister Miller. Lizzie Bescher, N. G. 0-lt LAUNDRY. Wt ran help make yen nappy hon estly we can. Richmond Steam Laundry. DESIRE TO REDUCE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS Conference Between Officials And Commission. Indianapolis, Nov. 9. The first con ference between officials of steam railroads and members of the Indiana railroad commission, for the purpose of discussing the prevention of acci dents,' will be held at the state house beginning Tuesday morning. . The con ference may continue more than, one day. The call for the conference was is sued by the commission in accordance with an act passed by the last general assembly. The purpose will be to dis cuss the question from all standpoints and to" make recommendations for the prevention of railway fatalities. Figures in the office of the commis sion show that an average of more than one fatality a day has occurred on the railroad crossings and on the rights of way of the companies for the last several years. William J. Wood, a member of the commission, says he believes that J.hese accidents, with the proper precautions, could be large ly reduced in number. SPEAKS IN DECEMBER. The announcement is made that the Rev. J. E. Cathell will deliver his famous lecture on "Abraham Lincoln" in Richmond, on December 4, for the benefit of the building fund of the Y. M. C. A. MRS. HARRIOT DEAD. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Augusta Harriot of Kal kaska, Mich., formerly a resident of this county. Mrs. Sadie Roller of this city is a sister. A Bad Spell or 'Two. Here Is a paragraph in which many j of the words have been spelled incor rectly. Can you find the words in which errors occur and respell them correctly ? The mind of man naturally hates everything that looks like a restrant upon It and la apt to fansy Itself under a sort of confinement when the sight la rent up In a narrow compas and shortened on every side by the nay bourbood of walls and mountens. On the contrary, a spacious horizen is an Image of liberty, where the eye has j room to rainge abroad, to expashiate at large on the Immensity of Its views and to loose Itself amidst the variety of objects that offer themselves to Its observation. Such wide and undeter mined prospects are as pleasing to the fansy as the speculation of eternity or Infinitude is to the understanding. New York, Mail. Truthful. Polly Pinktigbts The leading man says he once promised his mother he would never be an actor. Fanny Foot lights Welh he seems to be keeping bis word. Couldn't Dny the Truth. Mrs. Wobbles I 6hall never forret. ! dear, how Idiotic yon looked when yon j proposed to me. Mr. Wobbles (with ; emphasis) I was idiotic Home Maga zine. When teen are friends there Is bo need of Jtstfce. Aristotle. ELKHORN. (Furnished by Elkhorn Mills.) GRAIN. Wheat IL00 Corn 60e UPHOLSTERING. Upholsters and mattress making. I Wardrobe, couches and shirt waist I boxes made to order. J. II. Russell. ' Fbone 1793. 26-tf i Light oak furniture, darkened and re finished in any shade. Upholstering and general repairing. J. B. Holt house, phone 4201. 8-tf FINANCIAL. Money loaned. Low rates. Easy pay ments. Thompson. 710 Main SC 6-7t STORAGE. Store your furniture and household good? above Thlstlethwaltes Drug Store. 415 N. 8th St. . l-lm FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Wilson & Pohlmeyer 15 North 10th. Phone 1335. Private ambulance. sept2-tf DOWNING & SON. 16 N. 8th. Phone 2175. augl-tf Becky: Gold Medal Flour ror me. "That oldest girl of mine is finally engaged. The young man called as a notification committee last night." "And bow did you greet the good news?" "Got the family together and cheered for eighty-three minutes by a reliable clock." Washington Herald. ROOSEVELT SENDS MESSAGEJfO EDWARD Today Birthday of England's King. Washington, D. C, Nov. 9. Presi dent Roosevelt today sent a congratu latory message to King Edward of England, it being the latter's Blxty 6eventh birthday. PUNISHED ENOUGH. William Hart, of Cambridge City, who was arrested for the (heft of a hat, has been released upon his own recognizance. Hart had been In Jail for several days awaiting a hearing and the court felt as If he had been punished enough. Homamade Ring Game. With very little trouMe you may construct this game from strong card board. Upon the top of the four card board posts should be fastened hooka, RKADT TO TtiAY. each being of such a height that when the ring is permitted to swing forward upon the length of its cord it may be possible to encircle the hook with the ring. The players swing the ring In tarn. The object of the game Is to encircle the four posts, which, by the way. should be numbered 1. 2. 3, 4. First I No. 1 post must be encircled, then NTr. 9 3 and A fn nrrfaf Th. nl.v.r gains another turn every time be swings the ring over a post but If by chance the ring should encircle the wrong post he must begin orer again with No. 1 post. He who first places the ring over the four posts in proper rder wins the game. Philadelphia Korth American. NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, Receiver of the Richmond, Ind., Mfg. Co., a corporation, of the City of Richmond, Indiana, pursuant to an order of the Wayne Circuit Court of Indiana, ordering said Re ceiver to sell all of the real estate and personal property of every kind, char acter and description belonging to the said Richmond, Ind., Mfg. Co., will of fer for sale at public auction, upon the premises. On Saturday, the 14th Day of Novem ber, 1903 at Ten O'clock A. M. the following described real estate, situated in Wayne County, Indiana, to-wit: Lots 24, 25, 56. 57, 58, 59. and 60 in the West Side Subdivision of the Haynes Addition to the City of Rich mond; and also all of the personal property belonging to said company, of every kind, character and description, including all machinery, tools, office furniture, finished and unfinished products, raw material, and all leases, notes, accounts, bills receivable and choses in action belonging to said company. TERMS Cash. DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY. Receiver of Richmond. Ind, Mfg. Co. ROBBINS & BOBBINS, Attorneys for Receiver. lM9-26-nov2S SHOOTS, THEN SUICIDES. DAUGHTER OF POSTMASTER MOR GAN SEEKS TO PROTECT HER FATHER AND DEFLECTS BUL LET INTO FATHER'S BODY. New York. Nov. . Postmaster Ed ward M. Morgan was shot and per haps fatally wounded, about nine "clock this morning by Eric H. B. Mackey. a stenographer for a Broad way law firm, who committed suicide Immediately after the fchootlng of Mor gan. Mystery surrounds the case and a number of possible causes for the act are suggested. In addition to working as stenogra pher, Mackey had conducted a mail or- ier brokerage business, having a pri vate box at the postofflee, and the Vostoffice department had Interfered with his scheme. This is the most plausable motive for revenge, al though one rumor said be waa a dis appointed applicant for an appoint-' menu ' Morgan left home at nine o'clock this morning, accompanied by his lit tle daughter, Dorothy, who usually went with him to the Hundred and Forty-sixth street subway station, where he takes the train for his of fice. Nearing the corner Mackey stepped out from a doorway of a etore . and asking If It was Mr. Morgan, drew his revolver and fired. Little Doro thy attempted to grasp Mackey 'a arm and In doing so deflected the bullet In Morgan's abdomen, passing clear through the body. At the hospital the doctors think the intestines are not punctured and a chance-for recov ery exists. Morgan says he don't remember see ing Mackey before, but had corre spondence with him. regarding post- office matters. Mackey, whose home was la Cam bridge, Mass., came here several years ago and Ufed at & boarding house. He left a letter dated July, saying' he In tended committing murder soon as that was the only way a poor man could get revenge for wrongs, but didn't specify what the latter was. His employers said he was a sober. Intel ligent man. but conducted some mall order scheme under an assumed same. Real Estate Transfers Furnished by County Recorder Mos baugh. Hannah Hessmaa to Mary B. O'- Hara. Trust, Pt. lot 26, Jeremah Cox Add.. City, $200. Mary B. O'Hara, Trust. . to Louis Heseman, PL lot 26, Jeremiah Cox Add. City.. $1 and other considerations. Harry Hessman to Louis Hessman., PL lot 26. Jeremiah Cox Add. City, $355.56. John Lloyd to Louis Hessman, PL lot 26, Jeremiah Cox Add. City, $88.88. Geo. W. Davis to John T. Davis, PL S. E. 3417-14; 2 acres, $1,400. Web ster Twp. Wm. H. Campbell et al.. to Edward If. Turner et al lots 177-178, Chas. W. Starr's add City, $5,200. Henry 1m Morgan to Omer Crowe. et al, PL S. W. 23-16-14; 43 acres. Center Twp, $2,000. Cassius F. Baker to Nora B. Evans, PL lots 3-4: block 4. Dublin. 11 and other considerations. Edward W. Klleber to Trustees. Cambridge City. PL 23-16-12. Cam bridge City. $125. Herman F. Pilgrim to Letltia J. Trotter, W. lot 268, Haynes AdL City. $2,200. Deaths and Funerals CASE Lisle Case, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Case, died last night at their home 226 North Fourth eral will be Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the home. The inter ment will be in Earlham cemetery. ELLERMAN Harold the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellerman, died at the home 126 Randolph street this morning at the age of six months. Short funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the home after which the funeral cortege will go to Fountain City, where short services will be held in the cemetery. Friends may call any time. , Births. Ed and Olie Schell. 628 South Fifth street, girl; first child. BANK CLOSED. Pennsylvania Institution Gees Under Today. New Kensington, Pa., Nov. 9. The First National bank, with a capital of $50,000, with deposits of $300,000 was closed this morning by an order of the comptroller of the currency. Hosoh: Order Gold Medal Flour next time. FxuciTT. The Great Blood Purifier. Wtt at all drug storea.