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THE ZUCZX2IOJO PAIXAPXUU AND 6tTN'-TEL,EGIXAI, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1CCO.
PALLADIUM. AND-SUN. -TELBQRAM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS musSmsmmima BUMmmeUBMaaaSUSB - , ' ... " snsse ss WEMT ..oThe Market Place' of the People. - - IBfEl IMS' ; ' IPEIB WOTP Situations Wanted and Oreatcst little saUsflers of Ail advertisements must bs FOR THE Pound Ads 2 times big wanU are the in this office before (BIROfPE fOlK K EACH INSERTION. FREE ads below 12 noon U UuUUjl& vUilT WANTED. WANTED To buy second hand furni ture and carpets, 519 Main. 10-tf PAWN Brokerage. J. M. Lacey & Co., Sth aftd Main. , . 21t WANTED If you want money In place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterneld's Real ; Es tate office, Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tf WANTED You to call and see our Excelsior Motorcycle, Elmer Smith, 428 Main St. Phone 180SY aprll-tf WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Few weeks required. Beet paying work within reach of poor man. Cau have shop with small capital or po sition. Wages 15 to $20 weekly. Busy season soon. Start now. Cat alogue free. Moler Barber college, Cincinnati, Ohio. 13-tf WANTED ISO bead of cattle, steers , and heifers; 36 fr3h cows, a few good bulls, 100 pigs. 20 to 30 stags. 100 veal calves, 60 lambs. For in formation call phono 3744, Glen Miller Stock Yards, 24th street and Penn Road, 4184. Jerome Shurley 3378 Clem Gaar or 1536. . 15-lf WANTED To rent a five to six room house with good location, by the fast of May. Address, J. D. S care Palladium. 24-tf ANTED Alf 'persona suffering from A piles or any form of rectal ailments, to write me for free trial of my pos itive painless pile Cure. The best on earth. S. U. Toney, Auburn, Ind. 18-19-20-21-25-26-27 WANTED Men and women to make $25.00 to $36.00 a week. Easily done trowing flowers for profit. If you live within twenty miles of a large coy. I know how and for many years I have. made more from my Market NEW YORK STOCK Cy Carfall iM Thampaon, New York; April 26.-- Open High Low Close Great Northern .. ., .. .. .. ......... ..144 144 143 143 AaMlgamatad Coppgr . .... . 77 77 76 . 76 Attartaaa 90 91--, - 89 S9 Northara Padflo .................... .. ,.144 144 142 143 U. S. Steal .. . .. .. .. 53 54 52 52 U.S. Steel ptt.. ........ 114 H4 Pa&at7WaBia.M. ...... ..... . ..136 136 135 135 St. Pan! . .. .. ..150 150 148 149 B. O. .. .. mm ...M.Hk .......... ..114 114 113 113 New York Central .. . .. .. ..130 130 130 130 Reading..................... ..146 146 143 143 Canadian Pactflo ....., .. ....'.. .,176 176 175 175 Union PaeUlo ..... ,..(.. ..187 188 186 186 AtchlsM .. .. .. .. .. ..- .. ..107 108 107 108 Southern Paetfte M. .. .. .. ..120 120 119 119 CHICACO GRAIN AN3 PROVI!ONB Chicago. April 26 07 Oorrall and Thompson, Brakara Catoa O-l :.y't f':-:..- Wheat, Vvv-k5"; Open High Low. Close MKT ... 121 121 118 118 July ... 108 108 105 106 49ept ... 101 101 99 99 Corn Open High Low Close Hay ;., 69 69 68 69 July .. 67 67 66 67 Sept W 66 66 66 66 Oata, Open High Low Close iMay ... 65 55. 65 55 Jul? ... 48 495 48 48 Sept i.. 41 42 41 41 Inilcncpolis M&rket. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. No. At. Dk. Price 98 . $7.S SS 248 89 - 7.60 W il ,. 7W 10 ....199 320 7.50 4 21 280 7.50 66 173 SO '7.45 74 ................. 189 280 7.45 W 177 .. 7.40 .71 ....150 SO 7.35 71 170 80 7.35 St ... 150 240 7.30 4? .'... SO 1 T.30 tit 146 .. 7.25 it 390 SO 6.S0 32 ., . 115 . . , 6.75 If 102 .. 6.60 '21 105 .. 6.50 25 86 6.25 14 70 .. 5.00 ' INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. ' HOGS. Good to Choice .......... $7.43 & $7.65 Good to choice 7.25 7.50 BEST STEERS. Finished steers ......... 6.15 6.65 Good to choice steers ... 5.75 6.25 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.00 5.75 STOCK CATTLK. Good to heavy fleshy feed-. ers .........U;, 5.15 5.35 Fair togcotf feeders . 4.75 5.00 Good to choice atockers , . 3.000 4.50 Common to fair heifers. . . . 30$ 3.23 BptCHSR CATTI-L Choice lo fancy heifers . . 5v00, 5.75 Good to choice heifers . . 4.35 4.75 Beat yearilnts ........ . 5.50 -6.00 Good to choice sheep 4.60 5.00 Spring lambs -. . . . . . . . . $7.00$10.00 CisJ fancy . . . ...... 40. X flowers than my husband from his WANTED A good middle aged wom- farro. Many others have learned an for general housework; 211 S. from me; I can teach you! Write 12th Street. 26-2t for particulars free! Mrs. A. Fack- WANTED Family or gentleman's ler, 39 Hill St., Harrisburg, Pa. washing; 1532 East Main. Upstairs. ' ; 25-7t Eva Lee. 2S-2t WANTED Position by young widow PflR SALE ' aa housekeeper, in a widower's T.)z ...7Z -; house. Will accept position In city FOR SALE City property and farms, or country. Address L. E. M. care merchandise stocks and fire losur- Palladium. 25-St nee. Porterfleld. Kelly Bkck. 8tb and Main. -tf WANTED You to buy and ride a Reading Bicycle. It has a record. SALE -Roof and bridge paint. Brown and Darnell Co.. 1022 Main. Guaranteed five years f11.1 Di,A-a io. tKft wholesale price. Clendenln & Co., i-? 257 Ft. Wayne avenue. Both phones. WANTED Lawn mowers cleaned. ap2-frl & men sharpened and repaired, fly screens vv.---- -c ..- -a-nft r and picture frames made to order. FOR SALE-Drlving horse, f 160.00 22 Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. N- mh- 1 Phone 1936. 2o-2t FOR SALE Invalid's ctair. Call2j WANTED To store your stove for s- 9tD- 2o'2l , the summer. 1030 Main. Phone FOR SALE Dining room table. 1778. 17-tf couch, etc. Cash or payments. 124 WANTED HorBe for light delivery; s- 6th- City broke: give description and FOR SALE Mill wood. C. W. Kramer j price. Address "Myers" Palladium. & Co. j 2-tt Typewriters for- sale, rent, repaired. WANTED-, place to keep house for unjk More, Phone 2111. HHf a widower or batchelor. Address FOR PALE New and eeroiul-haud fci- Mrs. N. E.. Care Palladium. 26-2t cycles at bargain prices. Eliner WANTED 25 people to study voice Smith, 426 Main St. Pfcrno 1305. culture and singing one month free. aprH-tf Address voice, care Palladium. FORALE Stone door si!! and glas3 26-lt window sashes; 113 N. 10th St. WANTEDt-1,800 old side walkbrY5k- apr20t Address Daniel Burkhart, City. 26-lt fOR SALE or Exchange, ideal subur- W ANTED Unfurnished room by ban home, suitable for retiring lady. Best references. Address Re- farmer or business man. Subur- llable, Palladium Office. 26-2t ban. care Palladium. 22-tf WANTED To rent smaiFhouse or FORSALE:nefhTTinest open - cottage of five or six rooms with all top buggies In town. Call 3uS South modern conveniences. No flat de- 4th street. 23-7t sired. G. B. S., care Palladium. FUR SALSS If you want tobuy ft - ' 26-3t farm or a home in the city. See our WANTED A good girl for general new list. We have them all beat, housework, at 103 South 14th Btreet. Beckwith & Chessman, 716 Main St. 26-3t 25-tf Reports QUOTATIONS. Sroktra, Caton. Ohlo4 Fair to heavy calves .... 3.00 F..50 Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Holler Mills) Wheat per bu., ...... .......... $1.30 Corn, per bu 75c Rye, per bu ......80c Bran, per ton $27.00 Middlings, per ton ..$30.00 Clover seed, per bu., ............$4.50 Richmond Seed Market. " Runse A Co.) Timothy, per bu., ........ $2. 70$2.S5 Clover Seed 4.50 4.05 Richmond. , . CATTLB. (Pald by Richmond Abattoir.) Best fiogj. average 200 to 250. pounds .$G.50$7.OO Good to heavy packers .... 6.00 6.50 Common and rough . . .... S.uo 5.50 Steers, corn fed S.OO 5.5 Heifers .... ;, , . . . 3.50 4.D0 Pat COWS ............ 3.50 4.23 Bulls .... .... .... ...... 3.50 4A4j Calves , G.MXsi 7W Lambs &S0 PRICKS FOR FOOLTRT. (Paid by Bee HItc Grocery. . Young chickens, dressed, per lb. . .18c Old chickens, per lb. .... 18c Turkeys, per lb. ............ .18 to 20e COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hire.) Creamery butter, per lb. ..S0c Country butter, per lb 25e Eggs .... lie Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelaa.) Timothy hay (baled) ......$11 to $12 Clover hay, loose ............. .$11.0J Mixed hay ...... $12.00 Oats, per bu., .....SO to 52c New Corn 75c Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, April 2C Wheat .......... . , . . . . .. ... .$1.33 Corn .... .... .... .... ....... 71 Oats ...55 TOLEDO GRAIN. - Toledo. April 2G. Wheat ,. ...r.$1.37 Corn 5(5 '4 Rye 83 Clover Seed, per bu ........ . . $3.30 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati. April 20 Hogs Receipts, S.WJO. 5c to 10c hig er. Light pigs $0.85 down. Cattle Receipts, 1,500; 10c to 15c low er. Sheep Receipts. 200; steady. Spring lambs, top3 $13.GO. Calves, weak. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg. April 2ti. Cattle Receipts. 122 roads; tops $C.G3, Veals, tops. $7.00. Hogs Receipts, SOO; tops $7.S0. Sheep Receipts, light; tops $0.40. Lambs, $8.23. LECTURE GIVEN BY REV. U CATHELL Made Deep impression on Min isters. "The Ultimate of Christianity in America," was the subject of a paper, prepared by Rev. J. Everist Cathell, for lyceum and Chautauqua purposes, read before the Ministerial association this morning. Its keynote was the great need for unity and eliminatio-i of sectarianism, in favor of a united Christianity. His idea Is that there should be less strife for supremacy on the part of the followers of different creeds. 1 The paper was discussed by the mln istersand all highly approved of K. Besides the ministers there were two classes from Earlham College present. GREAT UUAKt FATAL Many People Killed and Woun ded in Spain and Por tugal Today. A CATHEDRAL COLLAPSED Madrid, April 26. The roof of the Catholic Cathedra! Ft Thorbes collaps ed today while mass was being cele brated. . Nine were killed and thirty injured. Lisbon April 26. Forty-two dead and one hundred Injured had been taken from the earthquake ruins in Benevente Saraosa and Santo Este van. GETS A FAT CHECK. The county treasurer this .morning received a check from the Pr C. C. St. L. railway company in payment for the taxes on the company's property In Wayne county. The amount called for is $19,657.97. The railroad com pany is the largest Individual tax pay ing corporation In the county. CASE IS CONTINUED. The caaea of the state vs. Frank Newlln and Leonard HubbelL the two boys who had light Saturday night, was continued this afternoon In city court until tomorrow at the reqaeat of th prosecttttns attorney, trfeo tad to leave the etty. . WANT AD LETT EM LOST The following are reolies to PaUa- tice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling: for mall in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 coon today as follows: B 1 H. C 1 I. X. U ...... 5 L. E. M. ..... 1 L 2 Mall w3 bo ke.it for 30 days only, All mail pet cc'lert lor vtt-la that time will be cast oat. FOR SALE New lace curtains, cheap, 58 S. 12th. 21-7t FOR SALE No. 1 Jersey cow; fresh. A. D. Craig, Un'on Pike. 26-2t FOR SALE All household goods must be sold at once. 128 8. 15th. 26-2t FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint. Guaranteed five years. Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin & Co.. 207 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 3426. Apr. 2 frl&mon FOR SALE Riding saddle and bridle; call at 46 S. 18th street. 26-3t UST. LOST Lady's gold watch between tracticn office and 10c store. Return to Palladium. Reward. 26-lt to'Otttli CYCLES. New arut ,-euorl fcisu. Wokiag & Cc. 406 Mai u. 2.Uf COMMERCIAL DELIVERY. Back in oushiess. Auto Delivery. Headquarters. Fihe's Drug Store. Piione 2138. 23-tf SELLS FINE FOREST Mrs. Sarah Lewis of Near Wil liamsburg Disposes of A Big Tract. PORTLAND MAN PURCHASER The largest and finest tract of virgin forest in this county has been disposed of by Miss Sarah Lewis, to a Portland. Indiana, firm. The tract Is situated near Williamsburg and has been de clared 'by nearly every lumber buyer in the state to be the best they have ever seen. .The company will ship the lumber to their plant in Fowlerton, Indiana, where it will be cut up and used for different purposes. Until now. the for est has never been touched by an ax. The contract price is not announced. ' This company is also purchasing many other lumber tracts in this county. DISHONEST KILLS HIMSELF Bloomincjton Official Commits Suicide Today. Bloomington, Ind., April 26. Marti a Matthew, former trustee of Blooming ton township, committed suicide with a shot sun this morning. An expert ac countant. Reilly, reported that Mat thews' accounts are out cf balance by twenty-flye thousand dollars. He bad been notified to make good. Mr. Matthews was sixty-five years old an! greatly respected by all who were as sociated wiOi him. GRANTED A DIVORCE Mary Etta Kennedy of Henry County Gets Separa tion Here. SAID HUSBAND WAS CRUEL , Because of cruel and inhuman treat ment and failure to provide. Mary Etta Kennedy, was granted a divorce from Hailan Kennedy in circuit court today. One paragraph of the complaint asked to have the marriage annulled, but the divorce was granted.. The case was brought to this county from the Henry circuit court. The plaintiff said she married : the defendant, who went through tbe ceremony under the name "Kennedy." A few months after the marriage, it was claimed tbe defend ant tired of the plaintiff and left her, telling her he had been married under an assumed name, which made th a con tract void. He claimed his real name la Canaday. : . The defendant left his wife to join the regular army. CATCHER POWERS DEAD. Philadelphia, April Catcher Tost Powers of the American League, died tlis morning, following aa operation. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Fulshcd rooms, heat, wit. btith tra gents, at ttao Grand. feWl! FOR RENT Famished room and privileges of kitchen. 103 N. 17th. . 25-3t FOR RENT Modern house good loca tion. Parties who will board own ers. Address B. D. this office. 15-Jt FOR" RENT A strictly uiedera stec.ro Looiet O-t. A. W. Kceri, ?th and Main. T-tf FOR RENT Y. i. C. A- Furnished Rooms tnt:iudi-g shewer baths, bv&t and U&ki. $1.5 aaJ per w.tk. aarll-tf FOR RENT-Twoflkf5o?Vr Be HIS grccery. Sec T. R. 'Wootlhtnt 14-tf FOR RENSJrnlihed tot'Ui, f lcctnc ligbt heat and Itth. X Cout'n 12th. 17-1 it FCTTRENT and 8 room houses, $9.50. $12.50. 3 lots for sale cheap, good location, hons 31S6. 22-tf FOR RENT Furnished roam bath; 30 N. 12t. with 23-7t FOR RENT Furnished flats, steam heat, gas; 415 Main. 26-7t LAUNDRY D'rry cloihca made cieju; l you (Via c believe It, try us. Kltunond Rceaan Laundry Phorw 1231. febJS-tf ARCHITECT, Vv . J M yabt: eld, L Semdeubtk A jreni tccf. rheno liAS. Main. ta2-t MISCELLANEOUS. CLEANING Wall Paper a specialty. Fred Kersey., Phone 1560. 23-7t PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. OVERTURNS CAR: QUIETLY SLEEPS Adventure of New Madison, 0. Autoist With a Package Of Wet Goods. HAD VERY NARROW ESCAPE MAN WAS POUND AT THE SIDE OF A ROAD SATURDAY NIOHT BY LOCAL PHYSICIAN WHO THOUGHT HIM DEAD. A New Madison, Ohio resident named Warner, no doubt a "wet." and also an automobilist, visited this city Saturday night and improved busi ness, at least for th saloonlsts. He came near making it a job for the coroner and undertaker. Jag and also filling up the back por tion of his machine with boose, he started for borne. After going a dis tance of about tbree miles on the New Paris pike, his unsteady arm ran the machine off the road into the ditch. Warner was thrown out and under, the machine which, fortunately, for War ner, was prevented from turning clear over by a fence post. Starts Investigation. Warner, Instead of crawling ' out from his precarious position went to sleep on the soft ground.' A local physician was passing the scene of the accident and fearing that some one was hnrt started an investigation. He called to see if any one was hurt but on receiving no answer crawted under the machine and stumbled onto Warner. Havins received no replies to bis call he naturally supposed that the man wai dead or sp badly injured as to be rendered unconscious. Warner finally awoke and an grily demanded to know what wr.s tbe mat ter. The physician was somewhat astounded at this cuery. He inquired as to Warner's injuries and. on being told that he was unhurt, be advised tbe man to set out of tbe ditch and make his bed on drier ground. War ner, however was too drunk to obey. He gave a grunt or two. turned over and resumed . his slumbers. Several farmers living in tbe neighborhood went to the scene of tbe accident. The machine was placed on the road and Warner started toward New Madison.' . MOTORCYCLISTS IN 10IIGJD SUHDilY Richmond Man Made a Gocd Showing. . G. M. Dunkle, one of the local mo torcyclists, took part in tbe motorcy cle run from Indianapolis to Ehelhy ville yesterday, held under the ausplcei of Gus Habich of Indianapolis. He won seventh place, i However, the run was more of a social nature than to de termine the superiority of the contast anta. There were T8 motorcycllsta In the race. It was made without deaL , i f UPHOLSTERIKft Awnings and Upholstering J. U. HcaaoL 16 B. 7t BU rfeoa 173. marll-tn UFHOXSTFRINO iaad mirror resllver tag. Hoit-oasa. 124 8. 6th. Phona 4S67. 17-tf PUBLIC AUCTION. Hoowboid Goods at 4S0 8. Hth, l:3t p. m , Morday. April 2C "09. con slsttng of cuie Favorite Baseburaer, large s'xe; one Favorte Staal Ranee; one Favorite Heating Stove, and al! Hcutehold and Kitchen Fur niture; good condition. 20-7t FUNERAL DIRECTORS. DOWNING & bON. li N. tth. 3175. angl-tf MOVING VANS. Wht rreidy to mo : call aa plra'a" iargsat moving w Uw City. Ail reliable and experienced uac. Al Wiutsrstaea. P'aooe 4258 6th and Main. 23tf INSURANCE. Hoore and Ogbont Fire Ipsuranca. Boi4to rnc Room J I. O. O. P. BaUdlng. lMf HANS N. KOLL Dutachr Noiar and Varstcheningm Agemt. ?lt Mala streeu Tel. Nc. 16ft. marl-f FOOT DOCTOR. . sure cure for Corns. Prof. U. IL Kolllnz. 30 S. Sth. tablS-tf Anna They say 1 have my mothara mouth and noaa. r Hannab Well, your mother waa lucky to get rid of 'em. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of Geo. J. Paullln. Trustee of Webster Township. Webster, Wayne County, Indiana, on or before 12 o'clock noon. May 2$. 1909. and then opened, for the construction com plete of a four room school building to be built at Webster. Wayne Coun ty, Indiana. . Drawings will he on file at the of fice of the Trustee and the office of W. 8. Kaufman 4b Son. Architects, Richmond, Indiana, on and after the 10th day of May. 1909. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of eight hundred ($800.00) dollars, made payable to the Trustee as a guarantee of good faith, and the bidder, if award ed the contract will enter Into a con tract within five days, and give surety bond for six thousand ($6,000) dollars. In case the !dder fails to furnish bond and enter into a con tract, the above said check to be. for feited as liquidated damages. Should any bid be rejected, such check will be returned to the bidder within three days, and should any bid oe accepted, sucn . cneck win be re turned upon the proper execution and securing the contract. The Trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. G. J. PAULLLN. Trustee. FINAL WEEK POR MORTGAGE EX EMPTIONS. Notice is hereby given that aCldav its for mortgage exemption cannot be filed later than Friday, April 36. No taries public who have been !wVj- out affidavits are notified to flic same with the undersigned not later than the date given above. The auditor's office will be open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and . Thursday evenings until 8 o'clock, and Friday evening un til 6 o'clock. No exemption affidavits can be accepted on Saturday. May 1 or thereafter. DEM AS 8. COE, it Auditor Wayne County. City Statistics Deaths and Funerals. M ITCH Kl Raymond MltchcU. Uv tng six miles north of the city, died yesterday at Reid Uemorial Hospital after undergoing several operations to remove an abcess from the brain. He was 28 years old and is urled by bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Laurancs Mitch ell, four brothers and two slaters. Tfca funeral will bo held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from St. itsry'e church. Burial will be In St. Mary's cemetery. Rev. J. F. Mattlnglr wtll officiate. Friends nay can at any time', ' DIXON-Martha Coffin Dixon, died at her home la Russia vltle, Sunday, at the age of 88 years. She was a wen known Friend and formerly lived at Fountain City. The body win be brought to Fountain City tetnorrow. Ths funeral will be held in tas after noon at ths Friends church. Immedi ately after the : arrival of tho body. Burial will be in the cemetery south of Fountain City. Friends from Klch moad who wish to attend the funeral may return by a C C a L. train tee In Fountain City at 329 la tto After- M063 Robert, the Uttle son of Mr. and Mrs. George Moss, died Saturday at Its psrents' home. South Tauuty- flrst street. Th fuasra wSl he held at the JRaU dmrch. Frlenda amy call at. any time at the residence of Mr. and Mra. F. E. Moss, 334 North Nineteenth street. . - ' ' " .,'-'' ":."'- Mr. and Cm; Cat Ta, R. Wayas stchw, ; clrf. Cxst cfld. V CMC ACS Via C'C LQ.Q. g3o(0)(Q) BOUND TBSP " The sights of Chicago win Interest yon. " Train leaves RMiawoaa 12 o'clock midartghV Saturday night. May 1st. Returning leave Chicago, 19 ' p. aev Sun day night, arrivta la Rich asood. 5:20 Monday tomlc.' For particulars, call v ? C. A. BLAIR. P k;T. A : Home TeL 30$$. Richmond Goinc Soufth To Florldo? -Hi Tho C. C. Ck 1 R. Q. :: Offoro Very Locr ? Rouna Trip uciso . During tho Wlntor Oesson to Jackson villa. Fla. ., De Land. Fla. ... Melbourne. Fla. ... Orlando. Fla. .... Palm Beach. Fla i, ...$3.0S ...S42.1S ...I47.C5 ...HIM ...$&4A$ ...$29.St ...212.S0 Pensacola. Fla. ...... New Orleans, La. Havana, Cuba.. .... Winter Tourist Tickets good tor return until June 1st. 1909. Round Trip Hi TlckeU (21 day Unit) on let and 3rd Tuesdays of month, to the South, North East.- For particulars call on C. A. BLAI9W Pass. 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