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'PALLADIUM': AND' SUN -TELEGRAM. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
CENTERVILLE 1711110
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909.
WE (BEIT ''M ; ...The Market Place of the People... SE11 IMS
IPEIfll WOES!) Situations Wanted and Greatest little satisfiers of All advertisements must be FOR THE
Found Ads 2 times big wants are the in this office before fSfEDflff&fE! fiW
EACH INSERTION. FREE ads below 12 noon Hfiltjlt W
Fast Outfit Keeps Up Its Un
broken Winning Record by
Defeating Local Five.
CONTEST WAS A TIGHT ONE
WANTED WANTED 500 men tc learn barber
trade and take potions waiting our
WANTED A good girl to do general graduates. Few weeks completes.
bousework in the country. Phone Constant practice furnished. Schol-
3119. Mrs. N. P. Wilson, R. 7. arshlp Includes tools, instructions.
22-3t demonstrations, examinations and
WANTED To buy and sell all kinds Pomas. Write for catalogue.
of second hand furniture. 519 Main. Moler Barbr College. Cincinnati. O.
Phone 4201. 22-lt novl-tf
WANTED Two girls at once. JLaun- rftR QAI P
dry, 18 N. 9th St. 22-2t run
WANTED You to try Worthmore FOR SALE City property and farms,
coal, 3.25, and semi-Jackson, $3.75 merchandise stocks and fire insur-
per ton. Clean forked. Richmond ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block, 8th
Coal Co. Telephone 3121. 21-7t and Main. 6-tf
WANTED three or four furnished FOR SALE New and second hand
rooms for light housekeeping. 403 sewing machines for half the
N. 11th. 21-2t agents' prices, $1.00 down. We also
WANTED Agents in Richmond to loan money on sewing machines,
sell Morris' Story of the Great watches, jewelry or diamonds. J.
Earthquake of 1908. Call Central M. Lacey & Co., Room 2, G. A. R.
Hotel, Friday afternoon and Satur- Bldg., 8th & Main. 15-T-F-S-Sun
day. Room No. 4. General Agent. FOR SALE-Millinery stock; call or
address at once, Laura Coleman,
WANTED To pack your furniture for New Paris, Ohio. 22-7t
shipment. Holthouse, 124 South
th street. Phone 4367. 17-tf FOR SALE Breeching harness, bug-
TirTvTrE'rrrv : : rr ; gy harness and light wagon, 327 N.
WANTED You to enter the new class 18tn gt 22 It
In short hand at the Richmond Busi- n ,
ness College next Monday. 16-tf SALE-The S. W. C. Hat Mfg.
WmTt,n p o. . r , Co- offers for sale, 917 & 919 Main
WANTED Boarders, 314 N. 14th. St- a complete outfit of office fur.
2"t nlture and fixtures, office cabinets,
WANTED If you want money in chairs, etc, etc., 1 large and some
place of your city property or farm, smaller scales, wheelbarrows,
go right to Porterfleld's Real Es- trucks, tools, motors, copper and
tate office, Kelley Block. 8th and wooden kettles, shafting, belting,
Main. 14-tf pulleys, 1 "American Watchman"
time detector, and many more arti
cles." 22-lt
FOR SALE Dairyman's wagon can
be used as lunch wagon. Will sell
cheap as must quit business. First
National Bank, corner 7th and Main.
22-2t
FOR SALE A centrally located
Bmall property in good repair. Elec
tric lights. Price very low. Ball &
Peltz, 8 and 10 N. 7th St. 22-24
FOR SALE Hay in mow; purchaser
to haul it. J. T. White, Spring
Grove. 21-2t
F0RSAXE77 Acre farm ofThe late
John Mansfield. See LeRoy Mans
field at Second National Bank. 19-7t
WANT AD
iUJEU LOST
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red Cock
erels. R, R. No. 8. John Beane.
19-7t
FOR SALE 100 cords stove wood.
David Hanagan, Centerville, Route
12, Centerville Phone 5D.
jan9-2wks
AUCTIONEER.
H. H. JONES, Auctioneer. I have lots
of sales booked for spring. If you
are going to have a sale of any kind.
I would like to do your work. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Office Shur
ley's Barn. dec24-tf
The following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ads. received at this of
fice. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mail in answer
to their ads. Mail at this offic up to
12 neon today as follows:
G. L. 1
A. E.
B ..
.5
.5
M
.3
D 1 R. C. B 1
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
All mall not ' called for within that
time will be cast out
water, natural gas and electric
lights. Phone 1956 or 22S6. 21-2t
FOR RENT Two furnished front
rooms downstairs, 21 N. 12th. 20-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat
and bath, for gents, at the Grand.
oct2S-tf
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT South side of No. 301
Central Ave. Hydrant and cistern
LAUNDRY.
We can help make yci nappy hon
estly we cec. Richmond Steam
Laundry
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Doan'& Klute -
New Headquarters, 1106 Main. Phone
4223. Removed from 14 S. 8th St.
5-tf
DOWNING 80N, 16 N. 8th. Phone
2175. augl-tt
UPHOLSTERING.
J. H. Russell
Removed to 16 S. 7th from 14 S- 7th.
Phone 1793. 6-tf
PLUMBING, HEATING AND
LIGHTING.
Just call 1236, MEERHOFF will re
pair your Plumbing, Heating and
Lighting. 6-tf
ARCHITECT.
Geo. W. Mansfield, residence archi
tect. Phone 1593. 90G'& Main. lS-7t
INSURANCE.
Hoore and Ogborn
Fire Insurance. Bonds and
Room 10, I. O. O. F. Building.
HANS N
Loans.
19-tf
KOLLr Deutscher Notar
and Versicnerungs Agent; 716 Main
Street. Tel. No. 1620. sun&thu
reward.
!Mt
LOST Ladies' spectacles on N. lth
between Main and E. Return to
516 N. 17th. 2l 3t
MISCELLANEOUS.
SMOKED MEATS We have just
taken out of the smoke-house a large
and choice lot of Hams. Bacon and
Shoulders; any kind and site.
Prices the lowest. Quality not ex
celled. Schwegman's Meat Markets.
Phones 2204 and 1084. 22-eod-lwk
NOTICE All members of Eden Re
becca lodge are requested to meet
at the hall Saturday 2:30 to attend
the funeral of Sister Parker. Nellie
Meyers, N. G. 22-lt
MARY WOLF, teacher of china paint
ing, classes Wednesday and Satur
day, 1015 South A. 21-7t
FOUND.
FOUND Pocket book at Coliseum;
owner can get same by calling 224
Pearl street and paying for this ad.
21-2t
LOST.
LOST 'An express package addressed
J. M. Martin, containing an over
coat. Return to Palladium Office;
"Will some one please cbase the cow
down this way? said the funny board
er, who wanted some milk for his oat
meal.
"Here. Jane." said the landlady ta a
tone that was meant to be crushing,
"take the cow down there where the
calf Is bawling."
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS.
C8y Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton,
New York, Jan. 22.
Open
L. A N. .. .. .. 123
Great Northern 144
Amalgamated Copper . . .. 79
American Smelting 87
Northern Pacific 141
U. S. Steel .. .. i. 54
U. S. Steel pfd.. 114
Pennsylvania 133-4
, St. Paul .. ..... ' 14934
B- ft O ..112
New York Central 130
I Reading' ..;...,:.... 1.,. .. ..138
Canadian Pacific .t .. i. ..174
-. Union Pacific .". . . 181
Atchison .. .. .. .. ..' 99
Southern Pacific. 121
Ohio.)
High Low moss
124 123 123
144 144 144
79 78 78
87 86 86
141 140 140
55 54 54
114 114 114
133 133 133
150 149 149
112 112 112
131 129, 129
138 137 137'
175 174 ' 174
181 179 179
99 99 99
121 120 120
CAMBRIDGE CITY.
1 Chicago.
CHICAQO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
(By Correll and Thompson, Brokers,
Eaton 0.1
Chicago, Jan. 22
Wheat.
f Open High Low Close
May i.l 107 107 107 107
July ; . . 97 97 97 97
Corn
Open High Low Clo&e
May ... 62 62 62 62
July ... 62 62 62 62
Oats.
Open High Low Close
May ... 52 52 52 52
July ... 46 46 46 46
CHICAQO LIVE STOCK.
Chicago. Jan. 22. Hogs 24,000,
steady. ' Cattle 2,000, steady. Sheep,
6,000, strong.
Hogs, Close.
Hogs Close Light $o.606.30;
mixed, $5.806.50; heavy, $5.S0S6.50;
rough, $5.80 6.00.
Indianapolis Market.
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. (
HOGS.
Best heavies . .. .$G.30$6.70
Good to choice C10 G.40
BEST STEERS.
Finished steers.. .. ..... 6.50 7.23
Good to choice steers .. .. 5.90 6.63
Choice to fancy yearlings. . 4.50 5.00
STOCK CATTLE.
Good to heavy fleshy feed
ers.. D.0O 5.25
Flair to good feeders . . . . 4.75 5.00
Good to choice stockers . . 3.00 4.50
Common to fair heifers... 2.50
BUTCHER CATTLE.
Choice to fancy heifers . . 4.33 5.50
Good to choice heifers 3.75 4.25
SHEEP.
Best yearlings 4.25 4.73
Good to choice sheep 3.50 4.25
Spring lambs 4.00 7.23
VEAL CALVES.
Good to fancy 4.50 S.75
Fair to heavy 3.25 7.50
Indianapolis Grain.
Indianapolis, Jan. 22.
Wheat.. $1.07
Oats 51
Corn 63
Clover .. ..$5.55
Pittsburg Livestock.
Pittsburg, Jan. 22.
Cattle Receipts light, extras $6.65.
Prime, $(1.50.
Hogs Receipts 5 loads.
Heavies, $6.55.
Medium. $6.45.
Sneep Receipts light, $5.31
Lambs, $7.30.
Yeals, $9.50.
TOLEDO GRAIN.
toledo, Jan. 22.
IrVheat .. .. .. .. ; $1.064
Corn, per bu.
Oats per bu .
Clover
62
...52
. .$3.62
EAST BUFFALO.
Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 22. Cattle re
ceipts 1,000: steady. Veals, $10.00.
Sheep receipts, 20,000, $5.25. Lambs,
$7.25. Hogs, receipts, 10,000, $6.65.
CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK.
Cincinatin, Jan. 22.
Hogs Receipts 5.700; weak.
Cattle Receipts, 800; weak.
Sheep Receipts 300; $5.00.
Lambs, $7.50. '
CINCINNATI GRAIN.
Cincinnati, Jan. 22.
Wheat . . . ..$1:11
Corn 04
Oats.. . . 5:!
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar Q. Whelan.)
Timothy hay (baled) .$11 to $12
New Timothy hay (loose) . .$11 to $12
Clover hav, loose $10.00
Mixed hay " $10.00
Straw (per ton) . . .$5.00 to $5.50
Oats, per bu 50c
New Corn . 65c
Richmond.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by J. S. Hazelrigg)
Wheat, No. 2, per bu $1.03
Corn, new, per bu ... . 60c
Oats , 45c
Rye 70c
Clover Seed, recleaned.. $4.50(o'$5.00
No. 1 Timothy, per ton $10,000 $11.00
No. 1 Timothy and clover hay,
mixed j$9. 00 $10.00
PRODUCE.
(Furnished by W. B. Barefoot & Co.)
Country Butter ISc
Eggs, per doz 2Cc
Old chickens, per lb Sc
Young chickens, per lb 8c
Turkeys, per lb 12c
Ducks, per lb 6c
Geese, per lb 5c
LIVE STOCK.
(Furnished by Harmai. Bros.)
Butcher steers $5.00
Good to choice $3.50
Heifers $3.25 4.00
Veal calves 5.00- -;.50
Hogs J. 25
Roughs !.0nJ2 5.50
Sheep 1.5O0 3.00
Lambs 3.00 4.50
Pigs 5-00 P.50
Corn 60c
Oats 45c
Rye 70c
Prime Red Clover Seed $4.50
Alsike $7.50
LIVE STOCK.
(Furnished by J. Jarrett.)
Butcher Steers $3.50 $4.00
Good to Choice Cows .. 2.50 3.00
Heifers 3.25 3.75
Hor.s 3.50 5.50
Roughs 4.00 5.00
Sheep 2.50
Lambs ". 4.00
GREENSFORK.
NEW PARIS, OHIO.
GRAIN.
(Furnished by G. W. & I. R. Richards)
Wheat $1.02
GRAIN.
(Furnished by D. W. Harris & Co.)
Wheat 9Sc
Corn , 57c
Oats 45c
Rye .70c
Clover Seed. No. 2 $4.00
PRODUCE AND FOULTRY.
(Furnished by D. W. Karris & Co.
Country butter, per lb ISc
Eggs, per doz 30c
Old Chickens, per lb 7c
Old Roosters per lb 3c
Turkeys, per lb 10c
Young chickens, per lb 7c
Ducks, per lb 7c
Geese, per lb 5c
LIVE STOCK.
(Furnished by D. "W. Harris.)
Butcher steers $4.00$3.00
Good to choice cows 3.00 3.73
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
FOUNTAIN CITY.
(Furnished by R. A. Benton)
Butcher Steers $4.00$5.00
Good to choice cows 3.00 4.00
Heifers 4.00 4.50
Veal calves 4.50 7.00
Hogs 4.50 5.50
Roughs 3.50 5.25
Sheep 3.00 3.25
Lambs 4.00 5.50
GRAIN.
(Furnished by Harris & Jarrett)
Wheat 96c
Corn, per cwt. 80c
Oats 43c
Rye 65c.
Prime clover seed $4.00
HAGERSTOWN.
PRODUCE AND POULTRY.
(Furnished by Ed Porter Sc. Son.)
Country butter.. 22c
Eggs 27c
Young Chickens 10c
Old Chickens 10c
Turkeys He
Ducks He
Geese 6c
Capons 14e
GRAIN.
(Furnished by Clark Bros.)
Wheat $100
Corn 67c
Oata 5c
Rye fOc
Bran, per ton $25.00
Middlings $27.00
CENTERVILLE. ?
GRAIN.
(rurnflraed by Fred Schllenta & Soni)
Wheat. No. 2. per bu $1.03
Corn, No. 2, per bu ..60c
Oats. No. 3 45c
Rye, No. 2 70c
Clover Seed, recleaned ....$4.7 5-$ 5. 00
No. 1. Timothy, baled, per ton $10.00
PRODUCE AND POULTRY.
(Furnished by II. L. Johnston.)
Turkeys .100
Ducks 6c
Geese 6e
Eggs 27e
Country butter ...25c
Young chickens 7c
Old chickens ....7c
Country Bacon 10 11c
Potatoes .. 75c
RIDER IS INJURED.
,E11 Rider, coachman for J. B. Dou
g'an, who fell on the Ice last week was
out on crathces today. Rider's con
dition Is not improving as fast as
friends hoped for.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY.
In an exciting game of basket baTl
the Richmond. Valdors defeated the
Centerville high school team yester
day by the clase score ofll to IO on the
home floor of the Centerville boys.
The Richmond team was somewhat
handicapped by playing on a waxed
floor and by what they contend was
unfair refereeing. Hiatt played the
star game for Richmond, llooser and
Dunbar probably played the beet game
for Centerville.
The Valdors today Issue a challenge
to any sixteen year old team la the
county. The lineup of the two teams
was as follows:
Valdors C H. 3.
Smith, Hiatt.. .. .. ..Ryan. Dunbar
Forwards.
Gehr ..Hooser
Center.
RusselL Metxger Manifold
Matthews
Guards.
EMM TEAM GOES
Left Town This Morning to
Meet the Fast Wilmington
College Team Tonight
TEAM IS IN POOR SHAPE
The Earlham basket ban team, left
this morning for Wilmington where
they will play the Wilmington- cottage
basket ball team this evening. The
QusJbsrs are sot liaooo condlstos an d
unless the Doefreto boys fcavw asery
weak team It immrr probable CaeA
they will chalk wp a victory against
the representatives of-the Friends col
lege. During the past week tha tv
serves have been It all ove the vars
ity. Last evening was the only time
that the varsity scored a lead over th
second team.
The-robable lineup- of Earlbam will
be Conrad and Hetc&kba. fosamds;
Llndley, center; Tebbetts- andCosaal
guards.
CITV STATISTICS
Deaths and "unseals.
WELCHr-Jamea C Welch died
this morning about nina cftlock
at his homo on the Wil
liamsburg Pike, about foar mllea
and a half .northwest of thorclty. Ha
had-tiU-fsTsomotlaio. Hsfeemr
rlved by the widow and two cbfiSraa.
The funeral amuaawmenta hare "not
been-made. -
CATTLE.
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) '
Best hogs, average 200 to
250 pounds $5.30$6.00
Good to heavy packers . . . 5.50 5.75
Common and rough 5.00 5.50
Steers, corn fed 4.50 5.00
Heifers 3,50 4.00
Fat cows 3.00 3.73
Bulls 3.O0 3.50
Calves 6.50 7.00
Lambs ' 5.50
PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens, dressed per lb . ..15c
Old chickens, per lb.. ..12 to 14c
Turkeys, per lb IS to 20c
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb ..34c
Country butter, per lb.. 25e
Eesa 25c
Richmond Grain Market.
(Richmond Holler Hills)
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 .. . .. ..$4.25
Richmond Seed Market.
(Runze
Timothy, per bu. .
Clover Seed
& Co.)
.$1.50J1.S0
.. $4.00
ROSEN BLOOM, BUNTIW & CO.
ROSEN BLOOM DUrJTItt G CO.
M WhSirllwDinidl aDe Cull ecu's (rOBglhi cade TimiLOGeFG
Prices Cut to a Figure Amounting to From 25 to 30 Per Cont. DIocounft
ROSEN BLOOM, BUNTI1M & CO., 824 MAIN STREET
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GREAT
TROUSER
SALE
IS
NOW
GOING
ON
trousers. They are conceded the best, i
l and at these prices are beyond competl- ' vJjr&r
Uon's realm. On sale all this week. !
l Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's ! E W j
$6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3-50 $3.00 .ifa I i
Trousers Trousers Trousers Trousers Trousers j lilt I, n JLJ .
Now Now Now Now Now li "Ff Hilf
m $4.75 $4.00 $3.25 $2.75 $2.25 B
the
STOLE
AND
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is
Men's high-grade $2.50 Men's $2.00 high grade Men's $1.50 high grade Men's $3.00 grade of Men's $2.50 grade of Men's $2.00 grade of
Trousers now Trousers now Trousers now Corduroy Pants now Corduroy Pants now Corduroy Pants now
1.98 $1.55 j $1.15 j Q2.50 Q1.75 Q1.SO
ROSEN DLOOr.l, BUN TIN & CO.
824 MAIN OTREET
ROSEN DLOOr.1, DUNTIN Cl CO.
024 KIAKI OTREET

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