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PALLADIUM .'"AND: SUN -TELEGRAM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS1
Walch
Repairing
Right on the second is the only
way to have your match and that
way is to have FEEGER give it
his attention.
1027 Main SL Phone 2171
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGUAM, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1908
II OEiT : T ...The Market Place of the People... . I SEW Ei IMS
PEK WOKO Situations Wanted and Greatest little satisffiers off Ail advertisements musfe be FOR THE
Found Ads 2 .times big wants are the . in this office before fQ) ED OP ft! ffflE IS
EACH INSERTION. FREE ads below " 12 noon OAK Wf
WANTED.
WANTED Agents to sell Lumo In
candescent Kerosene Lamp and
Burner. Mantle like gas. Agents
harvest. Act quick. Lumo Light
Co., Logarisport, Ind. 13-lt
WANTED A feed cutter. Address
"K. H." care Palladium. 13-2t
WANTED Situation to do general
housework or as waitress. Address
11 Ft. Wayne Ave. 13-2t
WANTED Work of any kind by boy
15 years of age. Call 110 N. 16th
St, . 13-2t
WANTKDQTrl to help with general
house work. Call 2303 Main St.
13-lt
WANTED Would like to hear of
stock for sale in any enterprise
where an investment of several
thousand dollars would be safe. L.
Darbyshlre, Box 2034, Rochester, N.
Y. 13-lt
SVANTED $2,500 for 1st class mort
, gage loan. See Morgan, 8th and N.
K Sts. 13-lt
WANTED To borrow $100 to $200.
Good first mortgage security. D. A.
care Palladium. 13-7t
VANTED Two salesladies or men to
solicit residence and business
houses; steady position; salary and
commission: Write J. F. S. Palla
dium. 13-lt
WANTED At once, two men to sell
insurance Health and Accident;
salary or commission. Apply at
once to C. A. Olinger, 18 8. 8th.
S 13-3t
WANTED To explain the Texas
proposition to you. Join us on Dec.
loth, excursion rates. Enquire Cor.
9th and Main. Dye & Price. Phone
2150. . 10-4t
WANTED You to buy your wife a
nice kitchen cabinet for Xmas. An
tique Furniture Co., 519 Main. 9-tf
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS.
(By Correll and Thompson,
. New York, Dec. 12.
U & N
Great Northern
Amalgamated Copper
"American Smelting v. ..".-.-..
. Northern, Pacific
IT. S. Steel
U. S. Steel pfd.
Pennsylvania. .
St. Paul .. ..
B, & O. .. .
New York Central
Reading
Canadian Pacific
Union Pacific .. ., .
Atchison
Southern Pacific. ...... .. .. ....
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK.
HogsReceipts, 10,000; 6teady.
Cattle Receipts, JjOO; unchanged.
Sheep Receipts 25,000; steady. ,
Hogs Close.
Light .$3.XX $5.55
Mixed .. .. . . 5.20 5.75
Heavy .. .. . . 5.25 5.S0
Rough 5.25 5.40
Chicago.
CHICACO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago, Dec. 12.
(By Cor.-bll and Thompson, Brokers.
Eaton O.l
Wheat.
Open High Low Close
Dec. ... 100 101 99 101
'May ... 105 106 104 106
July ... 97 9S 97 98
Corn
Open High Low Close
Dec. ... 57 57 57 57
May ... 60 61 60 61
July ... 61 61 61 61
Oats.
Oimhi High Low Close
Dec. ... 49 50 49 50
May 52 52 52 52
July 47 47 47 47
Indianapolis Market. .
REPRESENTATIVE SALES.
HOGS.
No.
72
62
53
70
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54
sr
60
50
79
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58
85
47
41
70
51
101
90
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20
Av. Die Price
242 200 $3.95
253 . . 5.92
244 .. 5.90
236 400 5.S5
217 .. 5.80
154 .. 5.75
193 40 5.75
200 , SO 5.70
190 5.65
202 200 5.63
173 200 5.60
156 SO 5.60
174 200 5.50
161 .. 5.45
170 . . 5.45
157 ... 5.40
169 200 k 5.40
143 120 5.35
124 . . 5.20
162 ..; 4.75
S7 .. 4.50
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK.
HOGS. ' '
Best heavies .$5.70 $6.00
Good to choice ......... 5.50 5.85
BEST STEERS.
Finished steers .......... 6.00 7.00
Good to choice steers .... 5.75 6.00
Choice to fancy yearlings . 3.75 4.25
STOCK CATTLE.
Uood to heavy fleshy feed
ers .................... 4U5 4.50
.WANTED Good lady cook at Ja
busch's Restaurant, at once. S-tf
WANTED Business men In need o
office help call Richmond Business
College.
-tf
WANTED Manager for branch of-
flee we wish to locate in Richmond.
Address, The Morris 'Wholesale
House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 4-30t
wXnTE500 men to team barber
trade and take positions waiting onr
graduates. Few weeks completes.
Constant practice furnished. Schol
arship includes tools, instruction?,
demonstrations, examinations and
diplomas. Write for catalogue.
Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O.
noTl-tf
WANTED Good boarders and room
ers, 3 doors from Main; 25 South
4th St. 28-tf
FOR SALE,
FOR 8ALE Clt real estate Vorter
flcld, Kelley Block. 9-tf
FOR SALE Would you like to buy a
fir6t-class hightgrade piano, direct
from factory. New York, at a little
above one-half regular price? A
limited number will be placed in
this vicinity to introduce them. If
interested, or for further Informa
tion, address. Factory Rep., Box 45,
Richmond. Ind. 13-lt
FOR SALE 78 acre farm, also 158
acres, both four miles from Rich
mond. Must be sold at once. Mor
gan, 8th and N. E Sts. 13-lt
FOH SALE 7 room house with barn
in east end. Will sell cash pay
ment and balance as rent. Geo. B.
Moore, 616 Main. Phone 4058. 13-lt
FOR SALE Two 6 room houses and
one 7 room house with bath, all
modern conveniences; will sell
these with a small cash payment;
balance to be paid same as rent.
Geo. B. Moore, 616 Main. Phone
4058. 13-lt
Brokers, Caten, OhloJ
Open High Low
123 .... ....
Cloat
123
143
83
88 -142
54
112
130
150
110
121
142
177
183
98
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143
83
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... .'.120
Fair to good feeders .... 3.75 4.00
Good to choice stockers .. 3.500 3.75
Common to fair heifers... 2.50 3.25
. , BUTCHER CATTLE.
Choice to fancy heifers . . 4.25 6.25
Good to choice heifers .... 3.504.00
SHE1P.
Beet yearlings 4.00 4.50
Good to choice sheep.... 3.50 4.00
Spring lambs 3.50 6.50
VEAL CALVES.
Good to choice 4.50 8.50
Fair to good 3.00 7.00
Indianapolis Grain.
Indianapolis, Dec. 12.
Wheat, per bu $1.04
Corn, per bu 59
Oats, per bu ..50
Clover $3.55
Pittsburg Livestock.
Pittsburg, Dec. 12.
Cattle Receipts light.
Veals, $9.50.
Hogs, Receipts 12 loads.
Heavies, 16.00 down.
Medium, $5.90 down.
Sheep Receipts light.
Prime, $4.75 down.
Lambs, $7.25.
EAST BUFFALO.
East Buffalo, Dec. 12.
Cattle Receipts, 50; quiet.
Prime, $6.75 down.
Shippers. $6.25 down.
Veals Receipts, 50; $10 down.
Sheej Receipts 3.600; $4.75 down.
Lambs, $7.60 down.
Hogs Receipts, 3,400.
Porkers, $5.90 dow-n.
TOLEDO GRAIN.
Toledo, Dec. 12.
Wheat, per bu. ..,
Corn
Oats ..
Clover seed ......
...$1.04
. 60c
...53c
...$5.62
Richmond Hay Market.
' (Omar G. Whelan.)
Timothy hay (baled)...... $10 to $11
New Timothy bay (loose).. .$10 to $11
New clover hay (loose) $8.00
Mixed hay $10.00
Straw (per ton) 4.50 5.00
Oats, per bu 50c
New Corn 60 65c
MAJtlBTTA! '
OrdwOoM Medal Ttopr tf your folks &r
peraickMr about ttaslr vtetuala. Baxutabx
See Me Before You Buy.
Choice farms near Fountain City,
well improved from SO to 150 acres.
A choice location just outside of
city limits, 2 acres with modern
house and improvements, south of
city. No city taxes.
Three business rooms on Main St.
Three stores. Can show net rental of
7 per cent on investment.
A number of nice properties in dif
ferent parts of city that I will sell on
payments. Cash payment and bal
ance by month to suit purchaser.
We Can Bond You.
FRANK COFFIN.
IS S. 8th St.
Phone 2239
FOR SALE Call at 519 Main and see
these bargains. Cabinet tables $10
and up. Parlor stands $2 and up.
13-lt
FOR SALE Desk space in office,
centrally located ; light, heat or tel
ephone furnished. Address X. Y. Z.
care Palladium. 10-tf
TYPEWRITERS for rent and sale,
easy payments. Agents new Fox
Visible and, others. Expert repair
ing and overhauling. Burr & More,
Western Union Telegraph Office.
sat&sun-tf
Richmond.
CATTLE.
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hogs, average 200 to
250 pounds $5.00&$5.25
Good to heavy packers.... 4.00 4.75
Common and rough ...... 3.75(3) 4.25
Steers, corn fed 4.00 4.25
Heifers .. 3.25 3.50
Fat cows .. 2.50 3.25
Bulls 2.50 3.25
Calves 5.50 6.00
Lambs .. 4.00
PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens dressed, per lb... 15c
Old chickens, per lb.. '..12 to 14c
Turkeys, per lb ....15c to 16c
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb ,..32c
Country butter, per lb ' 25c
Richmond Grain Market.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
Wheat (per bu.)
$1.05
Corn, (per bu) 65c
Rye (per bu.) ; 75c
Bran, (per ton) $24.00
Middlings (per ton) $27.00
Clover Seed, per bu $4.10
CENTERVILLE.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by Fred Schllentz & Sons)
Wheat $1.00
Corn, new 58c
Oats 45c
Rye 70c
Clover Seed, prime $4.00$4.50
PRODUCE AND POULTRY.
(Furnished by H. L. Johnston.)
Turkeys 10c
Ducks 6c
Geese 5c
Eggs 27c
Country butter 2oc
Young chickens 7c
Old chickens 7c
Country Bacon 10llc
Potatoes 75c
CAMBRIDGE CITY.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg)
Wheat, No. 2. per bu $1.00
Corn, new, per bu 55c
Oats 45c
Rye 70c
Clover Seed, recleaned $4.50
No. 1 Timothy, per ton $10.00
PRODUCE.
(Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.)
Country Butter ...16c
Eggs, per doz. 30c
Old chickens, per lb 7c
Young chickens, per lb. 7c
Turkeys, per lb I0c
Ducks, per lb t..6c
Geese, per lb 4c
LIVE STOCK.
(Furnished by Harmai. Bros.)
Butcher steers $5.00
Good to choice $3.50
Heifers $3.25 4.00
Veal calves 5.00 fi.50
Hogs 6.2a
Roughs f.C-n 5.50
Sheep 1.50 3.00
Lambs 3.00 4.50
Pigs 5.00(3
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 ...........
UNEMPLOYED.
Are you out of a Job?
Have you ever thought
that you might as well be
working as loafing: How?
By inserting a "Situation
Wanted" Ad in the Palla
dium you are sure of get
ting a Job? ''Situation
Wanted' Ads are printed
FREE. . Telephone 1 12 1
insert your ad and get a
position.
FOR SALE We will give you bar
gains in bedding, household goods,
table linens, stoves, dishes, etc.
Come and see the bargains, 1032
Main. 5-tf
FOR SALE Have your business and
calling cards printed by the Auto
matic Card Printing Press, 35c a
hundred. Central Hotel. 3-tf
FOR SALE New five or six room
house, very complete, cheap for
cash, or part cash, balance monthly.
New phone 1040 or 3016. Roscoe
Kirkman. l2-2t
FOR SALE Scotch collies for Christ
mas, five weeks to eight months old,
petigree; prices reasonable; 1413 S.
I. Phone 1466. ' 12-2t
FOR SALE Complete mechanical
course in International Corres.
pondence School, including mechan
ical drawing and instruments. Ad
dress "I. S." care .Palladium. 12-3t
FOR SALE Get your pictures framed
before the Xmas rush; also get
your knives, scissors and razors
sharpened. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022
Main. Phone 1936. 12-3t
FOR SALE A good lead lined tank.
Call at corner N. 7th and D Sts. W,
S. Ferris. H-3t
Roughs 3.50 5.25
Sheep 3.00 3.25
Lambs 4.00 5.00
GRAIN.
(Furnished by Harris & Jarreft.)
Wheat 96e
Corn, per cwt. 80c
Oats .' 43c
Rye ,..65c.
Prime clover seed $4.00
Richmond Seed Market.
(Runze & Co.)
Timothy, per bu $1.50$1.80
Clover Seed $4.00
GREENSFORK.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co.)
Wheat 9Sc
Corn 57c
Oats 45c
Rye 70c
Clover Seed, No. 2 $4.00
PRODUCE AND POULTRY.
(Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co.
Country butter, per lb 18c
Eggs, per doz 30c
Old Chickens, per lb 7c
Old Roosters per lb 3c
Turkeys, per lb lOc
Young chickens, per lb 7c
Ducks, per lb. 7c
Geese, per lb 5n
LIVE STOCK.
(Furnished by D. W.. Harris.)
Butcher steers $4.00$3.0O
Good to choice cows 3.00 3.75
Heifers 3.00 4.00
Veal calves 5.00 6.00
Hogs 4.50 5.50
Roughs 4.00 4.50
Sheep 3.00 3.50
Lambs 5.00 5.00
NEW PARIS, OHIO.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by G. W. & I. R. Richards)
Wheat $1.02
Corn 60c
Oats 45c
Rye 70c
Prime Red Clover Seed $4.50
Alsike $7.50
IJVE STOCK.
(Furnished by J. Jarrect.)
Butcher Steers, $3.50 $4.00
Good to Choice Cows .. 2.50 3.00
Heifers 3.25 3.75
Hogs 3.50 5.50
Roughs 4.00 5.00
Sheep 2.50
Lambs 4.00
HAGERST0WN.
PRODUCE AND POULTRY.
(Furnished by Ed Porter & Son.)
Country Butter .20c
Eggs 32c
Young Chickens Sc
Old Chickens 8c
Turkeys .. .. 12c
Ducks 7c
Geese 7c
GRAIN.
(Furnished by Clark Bros.)
Wheat .. $1.00
Corn 57c
Oats 45c
Rye 70c
Bran, per ton $25.00
Middlings ' $27.00
MILTON.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by J. W. Brumfleld & Co.)
Wheat, No. 2 $1.03
Wheat, No. 3 .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.00
Cora .. .. .. ..62c
OstS. c 47c.
FOR 5 ALB A oar load of Horses every
Saturday d Monday at Que TaubV
barn. Kf
FOR SALE Second hand base burner
cheap, 903 N. D. ll-3t
FOR SALE--73 acre
farm well ini-
proved. Address "Y,"
care Palladium
ll-7t
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
DOWNING & SON. 16 N. Sth. Phone
2175. augl-tf
UPHOLSTERING.
upholsters and niattre&a making.
Wardrobe, ouches and shirt waist
boxes made to order. J. H. Russell.
Phone 1793. 26-tf
UPHOLSTERING and general repair
ing; J. B. Holthouse, 124 S. 6th.
Phone 4201. 17-tf
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Mutual Protective Association
formed for the purpose of protect
ing people who are borrowing from
loan companies. Investigate this
Confidential. Address Gen. Del.
13-lt
H. H. JONES, Auctioneer. Telephone
1536. Office, Shurley's Barn, 12
North Sth St., Richmond, Ind.
10-7t
HANS N. KOLL Deutschcr Notar
an4 Verslcherungs Agent; 716 Main
Street. Tel. No. 1620. nov24-tf
MOVING VANS.
Phone 4258 calls the large Empire
Moving Vans with sober, reliable and
experienced white men only. Al.
Wintersteen. 30 N. 6th St. 11-tf
PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC
WIRING.
If it's Plumbing, HeaiUng or Lighting
you want, call Meerhoff. Phone
1236. . 9-tf
Bran, per ton $25.00
Middlings, per ton .$27.00
C. Corn, per cwt $2.00
Bread Meal $40.00
PRODUCE AND SEEDS. -
(Furnished by F. M. Joaes & Co.)
Country butter . , ,23c
Creamery butter ...30c
Eggs ...30c
Potatoes, per bu ....75c
Sweet Potatoes, per bu 75c
English Clover Seed, per bu., . .$4.50
Small Clover Seed, per bu $4.50
THE DIVINING ROD.
Its First Recorded I Was For Lo
rati a a; Mlncrnl Lodes.
Trofessor W. F. Barrett. F. R. S.,
says that the birthplace of the mod
ern divining rod, whether used to locate
minerals or water, was in the mining
districts of Germany, probably the
Harx mountains. Its first recorded use
was in prospecting for mineral lodes.
The first mention of the use of the
modern rod was in the latter part of
the fifteenth century. Books published
in the sixteenth century have pictures
of miners searching for mineral veins
in a very businesslike way by not ins
the dipping of a hazel or willow rod,
the forked ends of which are held in
the hands of an expert.
German miners brought the forked
rod into Englcnd toward tbe end of the
sixteenth century for the exploitation
of the Cornish mines. Professor Bar
rett points out that the drooping char
acter of the vrillow was probably be
lieved to have something to do with the
minerals concealed in the ground and
that "it was but natural to cut a light
branch from one of the trees and to
see If it drooped in prospecting for
ores." Thus the "dowsing rod" came
into universal use among tbe miners of
Europe, although it was soon believed
that only certain persons had the gift
of using tbe rod.
THE HUDSON RIVER.
Who Was tbe Real Discoverer ml
This Picturesque Stream?
No Dutch or English man can affirm
the discovery of the Hudson river.
Verrazzano must have distanced Hud
son's archives by nearly a hundred
years. However, the Dutch and Eng
lish liaison in the matter is close. Hud
son is appropriated by Dutch minds
and has a Holland tradition round him.
He came in a Dutch yacht called the
Half Moon in 1609. His sailors were
Hollanders and Englishmen. He rep
resented a Dutch East India company
n lis way to find the much sought
for northeast passage to India. He
explored the Hudson, going as far as
the little town that bears his name,
end he himself has been transmitted
to posterity with such blended and
mixed traditions as to constitute him
well nigh a half breed in people's
minds.
The names of the river are varied.
It has been called Manhattan, the
North river, the Great river, the
Manritas and in the year 1616 bore
legally for some length of time the
name Riviere Van den Vorst Moritias.
Marie Van Vorst In Harper's Maga
zine. The Ueorie Plaat.
The licorice plant resembles a rose
with; a single green stem, reaches a
height of about three feet and bears a
small purple star shaped flower. The
first year's root growth resemhjes a
loosely twisted string of tow and may
run to twenty feet in length. Tbe sec
ond year It assumes a woody sub
stance when dry, and the third year it
acquires Its commercial value. Tbe
time for digging the root Is the win
ter, when it Is dried and crushed un
der heavy stones drawn round on It by
males, touch mm olives are crushed to
extract their 4L. - ....
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT 6 room house $10; 5
room, $8; 6 room $12; 8 room on
S. 4th St. See Geo. B. Moore. 616
Main. Phone 4058. 13-lt
FOR RENT Nice furnished front
room, suitable for gentlemen. 317
X. Sth St. 13-lt
FOR RENT Three houses; $S.00.
Apply 520 X. 19th. 11-St
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat
and bath, for gents, at the Grand.
oct2S-tf
FOR RENT 7-room house, 031 S. Sth
St. Call phone 14GU. . 23-tf
FOR REXT 5 room house, modern;
also $10 house. Benj. F. Harris.
10-7t
FOR REXT Nicely furnished room;
call 39 S. 10th. 10-7t
LOST.
LOST Black and white wafer span
iel on Easthavcn ave. Answer to
DENTISTS.
WILSON & PIERCE.
I have arranged with Dr. E. E. Pierce
to assist me in my office on Wed
nesday of each week, at 830 Main St.
C. S. Wilson. Call Home Phone
' 1532. decl3-sun&tue eow 2 mo
LAUNDRY.
W can help make yc-i nappy hon
estly we can. Richmond Steam
Laundry.
An old fashioned recipe for cleaning
the inside of a rusty kettle consisted
in filling it to the brim with hay. As
much water as it will hold should then
be poured over the top. the kettle
placed .on tbe Are and boiled for sev
eral hours, more water .being added
when required. !?
FOR SALE.
Five shares stock (par value $500.)
in Seidel Huggy Company. Non as
sessable, pays six (6) per annum, pay
able semi annually. Inquire of II. G
Iredell. Dougan & Co.'s office. 13-tf
SCHEDULES
Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville
Railroad Company
Phone 2082
In Effect November 15. 180S.
East Bound Cblcagc-Clnclnnatl
113 15
STATIONS
Lv ChU'ago"
Ar Pfru
Lv Peru
Lv Marlon . . .
Lv Munrle . . ,
L.V Richmond
L.V Ct Grove. .
Ar Cincinnati.
Daily! Dallyj Dally
9.15a"m
lO.OSbm
1.13nm
: nam;
2.23am
4 1 0am
1.2:ipm
2.15pm
6.00am
7.00am
?.:am
9.22am
.oiptn
4 20pm
4.53pm
6.50pm
5.2!mr
5 5. Tani I
".20amt
West Bound-Cincinnati-Chicago
STATIONS iDaylpaHylDaV
Lv Cincinnati. 8. 1 5am: 1 0.00pm
Lv Ct CJrove.. 9.55aml if 34pm
Lv Richmond. 10.30am12.0am 7. 00pm
Lv Munrle ...ll.SOaml 1.22am 8.30pm
Lv Marlon ... 12.50pm 2.14am 9.80pm
Ar Peru l.SSpmj 2.1 3am 10.30pm
Lv Peru 2.03pm 3.23am
Ar Chicago .. fi.40pm 7.3aam
(12th St. Station)
All trains run daily. Sunday pervlce
same as on week days.
Through Vestlbuled Trains between
Chicag-o and Cincinnati. Double dally
service. Through sWpers tn trains
Xos. 3 and 4 bctwecn4Chicaa;o and Cin
cinnati. Klne Buffet service on trains 1 and 2.
For train connections and other in
formation call
C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A.
Home Phone 2062. Richmond. Ind.
Terre Haute, Indianapolis &
Eastern Traction Co.
Eastern Division
(Time Table Effective Oct 27. 1907.)
Trains leave Richmond f ir Inaiaa
apoli an intermediate stations at
6:00 a. m.. 7:25, 8:0. 9:25. 10:00.
-.1:00. 12:00, 1:00. 2:23. 3:00. 4:00,
5:25. 6:00. 7:20. 8:40. 9:00. 10:00.
11:10.
Limited trains.
Last car to Indianapolis, 8:40 p. m.
Last car to New Cattle. 10:00 p. m.
Trains connect at Indianapolis for
Lafayette, Frankfort. Crawfordavllle.
Terre Haute. Clinton. Sullivan. Parts
WONDERS OF
ELECTRICITY!
APPENDICITIS
Now cured without
an operation. Also
urinary and sexual
maladies of men and
women cured in the
privacy of their own
homes by this new
direct current system.
Far superior to
any electric belt
Filling the Lungs by the continuous
direct current cures any curable case
of throat and lungr trouble. Call on, or
write J. Charles, 24 S. 13th St, Rich
mond. Ind., for free book giving full
aartimkrs.
Fire Insurance,
Bonds, Loans.
Moore & Ogborn
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phone 158
lIMSU R AN C E .'ft E AL " ESTATE
LOANS, RKNT3 J
W. H. Bradbury & Son
J Rooms 1 and 3, Westoott Blk J
You smoke for pleasure. Any
cigar will make smoke, so will a
smoke-stack. Our cigars are brim
ful of pleasure.
Qulgley Drug Stores
821 N. E St. 4th & Main Sis.
60f MAIN STREET
ED. A. FELTMAN
Assorted sizes in Glass Cigar
Jars. Ash Trays and Plates, also
assorted Cigar Bands and Center
Pieces for Decorative Work. Full
Line of Pipes and Smokers' Sup
plies. Smoke American Kid. best
5 Cigar,
ED. A. FELTMAN
60 MAIN STREET
km Ope
May be. You use about as much
coal In any case.
But in a moment, a twinkling
Df an eje it may close up tight.
Better set al cuud muuuU- of our
coal. s J
II. C. Bullerdick & Son,
' Phone 1335.
"Hotter Than Sunshine"
TRADE
Raymond Coal
MARK
Lump, per ton ...$4.25
Egg, per ton $4.00
Accept no substitute. We ere
the exclusive agents.
ALL HEAT SPLINT. .
Lump, per ton ......... .(4.00
Best in town for the money.
GOOD HOCKING COAL.
Lump, per ton .. ..$4.0O
All other grades at prices as
low aa the lowest.
Richmond Coal Co. ;
West 3d and Chestnut
Phone 3121
Christinas Rates on
C. C. & L. R. R.
The C. C. & L. R. R. The Straight
Line announces that it will sell ex
cursion tickets account Christmas and
New Year's holidays at one and one
half fares for the round trip, to al!
points north of Ohio, east of tbe Mis
tissipi. thence east of a line from St.
Louis to Chicago, the lower portion of
Michigan, and west of Buffalo. Pitts
burg. Parkersburg. Wheeling and
Charleston. Tickets will be on tal
December 24 and 25, good until De
cember 2, lO'm and for New Year's
Day. December 31, and January 1, good
to January I. UW.
To those who desire to avail them,
selves of this rate, full Information as
to rates, routes, etc.. will be given by
writing or calling on nearest C C. &
L. agent, or by writing to T. H. Gur
ney, G. P. A., at Chicago. III.
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