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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUXD AT. 3LVY 30, 1909.
PAGE SEVEX.
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IPEIfll WOlffl 'Situations Wanted and j Greatest little satisfiers of j All advertisements must bs FOR THE
. ' ' ' Found Ads 2 times big wants are the in this office before " flMDnfflfC rThfC IS
EACH INSERTION. . FREE j " ads below - J 12 noon iTTItlUllJllt Wt 0
WANTED.
WANTED Lady to manage our busi
ness in your section; good position,
good pay and tailor made suit free
In 90 day; experience unnecessary;
reliable Arm. J. E. McBrady Co.,
Chicago. SO-lt
WKJiTEDWhen you want the6esl
fluff rug made from your old car
pets In all kinds of designs, phone
No. 3208. Carpets taken up, cleaned,
made over and relald. It
WANTED Housekeeper in family of
two in Centerville. Call at 1010
Main St. 29-tf
WANTED A posiion as a billing or
mailing clerk by a good penman.. Ad
dress Anthony, 270 Ft. Wayne Ave.
, 20-21
WWTED Young persons to enter the
Richmond Business College during
opening week of summer term, May
31 to June 7. , 29-7t
WANTED Lawnmowers, cleaned,
sharpened and repaired. Will call
for and deliver. Fly screens made
to order. Another fresh supply of
all kinds of bicycle tires. Brown,
Darnell Co;,-1022 Main. Phone 1030
29-at
WANTED Everybody sufering from
piles or any form of rectal ailment
to write me for free trial of my pos
itive Painless Pile Cure. S. U.
Tarney, Auburn, Ind. 22-eod-7t
WANTED By young man attending
high school, situation during the
summer months. Has had experi
ence in the clothing line. Address
"A" care Palladium. 29-2t
WANTED Four boarders; 38 South
13th. 28-4t
WANTED Honest, industrious, Ger
man speaking boy to help with work
outdoors. , Apply. W. D. .Foulke, 18th
and South A. 28-tf
WANTED Good industrious girl for
upstairs work, who understands
plain sewing and light laundry, Ref
erence required. Apply W. D.
Foulke, 18th and South A. 28-tf
WANTED Manager for branch office
we Wish to locate here in Richmond.
Address, The Morris Wholesale
House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2-lmo
WANTED To store your stove for
. the summer. 1030 Main. -, Phone
1778. 17-tf
WANTED You to call and see our
Excelsior Motorcycle, Elmer
Smith. 426 Main St. Phone 180C.
" apr!4-tf
WANTED Railway Mail Clerks,
Carters. Examinations in Rich
mond,' soon. " Prenaration Free.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 57 B, Ro
chester, N. Y. mayl2-37t
WANTEDvTen carpenters at once;
good wages. - Maxwell-Briscoe Motor
Car. Co.. New Castle, Ind. 24-lf
WANTED Ladies to learn hairdress
ing, manicuring, facial massage, elec
. trolysls or chiropody. Largest and
most complete institution of the
kind in the world. Few weeks com
pletes. Tools given. Catalogue
mailed free. Moler College, Cin
cinnati. Ohio. 21-tf
WANTED If you want money In
place of your city property or (arm.
v go i right to Porterfleld's . Real , Es
tate office. Kelley Block. 8th and
Main. - 14-tf
WANTED To buy some good second
hand watches; J. M. Lacey, Pawn
broker, Cor. 8th and Main. 27-7t
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE City properly and farms,
merchandise stocks and firs Insur
ance. : Porterfleld. Kelly Block. 8th
. and Main. .;':..;' 6-tf
FOR SALE Rented rooming house,
207 N. 9th, well furnished, modern,
both kinds water; leaving city. Sar
ah Card. ; 30-2t
FOR SALEtelivery wagon, with top;
one open delivery wagon; rubber
tired carriage and two sets light bar
ness. Cheap if sold at once . 1210
Hunt St. 29-3t
FOR SALE ISO-Acre farm within one
f mile of corporation. Ideal place.
Address Box 174 Richmond. 4-7t
FOlTSALE Bicycle cheap. 4 N. 9th
.St. . - . . . . . . 20-2t
The . Markets
Chicago.
CHICAGO OKAIN AND PROVISIONS,
(By Covl! and Thompson. Crokers,
Eaton OA
Chicago, May 29.
Wheat
Open High Low Close
May .. 134 134
July . . 116T4 117H 1164 117
Sept .. 108T& 1093 108 10834
' Corn :
Open High ' Low Close
May ... 74 744 73 74
July ... 694 70 69H 70
Sept ... 67H 67 67 67
: Oats. '
Open High Low Clos
May ... 59 59 58 5S
July ... 52T 53 52 53
Sept. ... 43 44 43 43
Indianapolis Market.
REPRESENTATIVE SALES.
No. Ar.Dk.PriP
56 97 .; $6.50
27 ................. 112 .. 6.60
34 140 ".. 7.00
Tl .... 141 160 7.15
93 ., XSJL 60 7.15
F0R SALE Cement , building block
. machine; call Simmons' Cigar Store.
30-7t
FOR SALE 2 horse log wagon, one
gravel wagon and household goods;
842 North 12th St. 30-2t
jraRSALE Florida farms, 10 to 640
acres and a town lot for $240. paya
ble $10 monthly. District Agents
wanted. Florida Fruit Lands Co.,
Pythian Bldg., " Indianapolis, Ind.
: 30-lt
FOR SALE Bicycle, 12TN6th St.
27-28-30
FOR SALE Improved farms and
farming lands in Osceola Co. J. L.
Shigley, LeRoy, Mich.
apr29 eod3mo3
REAL ESTEaiidaTmTXlrRb
erts. Spring Grove, Route 5.
18 sun mon tues-10-t
Properties
WORTH WHILE CONSIDERING IF
YOU WANT TO BUY.
HOUSES
Good one, 4 rooms, close to Main,
street . $1,100
Clever place. 5 r'ms, West Side $1,500
A chance, 7 rooms. West Side, $2,000
Can't beat it, 6 rooms, West Side,
for $1,500
Good deal, 7 rooms well located, $3,150
Another chance, 3 rooms, 5 blocks
from Main $900
Look at this, 7 rooms, 3 blocks
from Main $2,200
And This, 5 rooms, 4 blocks from
Main $1,400
A Beauty, 6 rooms, most modern
at ..$3,400
SOME CHANCES
2 business rooms, 8 living rooms,
nicely located in thrifty town, $2,000
Good paying Laundry, with reasons
for selling Very cheap
Modern' Suburban Home, 8 acres of
ground (will trade) ...$9,000
Another suburban home, nicely sit
uated $6,000
LOTS
Two on East Side N. 21st, each $700.
(We'll build on lots if parties desire)
Good lot on N. 17th $150
Good lot on Cor. 12th and South G,
(42 front) $425
3 good lots on Crosshall, Fairview,
each $250
Fine lot Cor. Randolph and First, $400
ANOTHER CHANCE
TO TRADE A horse and phaeton for
vacant lot.
FIRE INSURANCE.
FITZGIBBONS
NINTH AND MAIN.
Qeemilee
Bargains
ARE WHAT WE OFFER TO YOU.
BELOW ARE A FEW OF THOSE
ON OUR LIST.
5 room house with electric lights,
both kinds water. Rents for $10 per
month. Price $1,100.
6 room house, modern in every way.
Will make you nice home. Price
reasonable. Good location.
7 room house, electric lights, both
kinds water, fuel house, cement walks.
Price $1,500.
Two 4 room houses on west side.
Price $850 each.
Small farm of 6 acres, only 2
miles from city with small house and
barn; good land. Can be bought right
Small farm of 3 acres with house
and barn, plenty fruit. Close to city,
at bargain. ,
Young Realty Co.
14 NORTH 9TH STREET.
56 181 80 7.15
100 .." 166 120 7.20
84 178 120 7.20
78 196 360 7.20
72 ................. 170 7.25
90 197 t 240 7.25
90 187 ' 160 7.30
54 204 160 7.30
110 200 .. 7.35
79 221 360 7.35
84 210 280 7.40
65 233 120 7.45
60 267 . . 7.50
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK.
HOGS.
Best heavies $7.25 $7.50
Good to choice ........... 7.15 7.30
Best pigs ... 6.25 6.50
v BEST STEERS.
Finished steers 6.50 7.00
Good to choice steers ...6.10 e.eO
Choice to fancy yearlings 5.60 6.25
STOCK CATTLK. - '
Good to heavy fleshy feed
ers .... ... .... ... . 5.00 5.25
Fair to good feeders 4.75 5.00
Good to choice stackers -. 4.25 gs 4.75
Common to fair heifers.... 2.50 3.23
BUTCHER CATTLE.
Choice to fancy heifers... 5.25 6.25
Good to choice heifers .... 4.50 5.15
'.SHEEP. -;v;'.
Best yearlings ........... 6.50 7.25
Good to choice sheep .... 5.00 5.50
Spring lambs C.OO0 S.00
ITT II
910 eja ilT
BUY A HOME -IN! THE -'-BEST
TOWN ON THE:jMAPs JCVERY
HOUSE OCCUPIED !!AXD-it HUN
DREDS MORE BEING -BUILT. THIS
MEANS HIGHER PRICES. .'
WTe can show anything you want.
A brick house. 9 rooms, brick barn.
Price $2,000. You couldn't build the
house for the money.
5 room house centrally located. $1,
400 buys this.
8 room house one half square of
Main street. A bargain. Price $3,100.
Four 4 room houses all of them for
$3,000.
Six modern houses from $2,500 to
$3,500; centrally located; all conven
iences. COME IN AND LETS TALK IT
OVER- WE KNOW WE CAN SUIT
YOU.
MONEY TO LOAN IN LARGE OR
SMALL QUANTITIES. '
IN LIFE INSURANCE WE GIVE
YOU THE MOST PROTECTION FOR
THE MONEY YOU PAY. ASK TO
HAVE IT EXPLAINED TO YOU.
Beckwith & Chessman
716 MAIN ST., RICHMOND.
LET US SHOW' YOU
THAT WE CAN SELL YOU FURNI
TURE CHEAPER THAN ANY ONE
ELSE. We are certain .you can not
buy at any other store at the prices
we are selling that we are only too
glad to have you go around and make
comparisons for them. We' know you
will buy here because you will then
readily see the actual saving. Perfect
satisfaction goes with every sale.
Antique Furniture Co. ,
519 MAIN. PHONE 4201.
Now Listen ' ;
WE HAVE PROPERTIES WORTH
CONSIDERING AND LOOKING AT
IF IT IS YOUR INTENTION. TO BUY.
LOOK OVER THIS LIST; IF NOT
THERE CALL AT OUR OFFICE AND
WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO" SUIT YOU.
Building lot in Earlham Heights,
Price $65. , ' '
Nice building lots on South- 9th, 10th,
11th, 12th, and 13th streets, from $300
upwards.
We have several nice residence
properties for sale in 1 g6od locations
and low prices. :-f -,.
: Nice place of 4 acres, S-room house,
$1,400. . s:-
Fine place of 21 acres on Attraction
line, has 10 room fine brick house.
Price is right. Come and see us
about this if you are interested.
We handle all kinds of insurance,
Fire, Tornado, Accident, Liability, etc.
BALL AND PELTZ
Real Estate and Insurance.
FOR SALE Two seated .carriege, $10;
light, one-seated buggy, ..$8. . Good
set rubber . mounted harness, $6.
Common set of harness, $4. One
six-horse automobile engine with car
buretor and spark coal, $25. Phone
30S. .; v 29-2t
FOR SALE Old mahogany furniture;
ladies' bicycle; square Stelnway
piano; leaving city; 109 S. ,13th.
! ' 25-7t
FOR SALE Refrigerators and kitch
en cabinets, cheap, 519 Main. 12-tf
VEAL CALVE&. " t-
Good to fancy 4.00 7.50
Fair to heavy calves ..... .3.00 6.25
Richmond Grain Market
(Richmond Holler Mills)
Wheat per bu ..........$1.45
Corn, per bu 80c
Rye, per bu.. 80e
Bran, per ton ..........$27.00
Middlings, per ton ....... ......$30.00
Clover seed, per bu., ............$4-50
Richmond Seed Market.
(Runse
Timothy, per bu., .
Clover Seed
....$2.70 $2.83
4-503 4-65
.Richmond.
CATTLE.
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hog, average 200 to
250 pounds $G.5Og$7.00
Good to heavy packers 6.00 6.50
Common' and rough .. . ... S.vo 5.50
Steers, corn fed . ... 5.00 5. SO
Heifers . ... ....... .iv. 3.50 4.50
Fat cows .... .... 45
Bulls .... ........ .....30 4.f
Calves 6.00 6.50
Lambs
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WANT-AD
LETT EI U
ST
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 office np to
12 coos today as follows:
C. ....... 1 Mrs. N. E. ... 1
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
All mail not called - for within that
time will be cast out.
Decorate
Your Lawn By Given it a
Good Crating with one of
Our
LAWN
MOWER
Bearing,'
Cone Bearing
Pilgrim Bros.
Phone fl 390 Fifth and Main
Celebrate
TOMORROW BY INVESTING YOUR
MONEY IN REAL ESTATE. CALL
HERE AND LET ME SHOW YOU
WHAT I HAVE.
8 A., Imp., 4 miles out .$600
6 A, good Improvements, one mile
out $1,200
2 nice 5 room cottages, new, $1,000.00
s
each; $100.00 cash, balance $12.00
per month.
A $1,600 bargain on Ft. Wayne avenue,
A good double houses rents $17.00;
for $1,600.
A nice residence in Fairview, , large
barn, 6 room house, $1,500.00
Have $1,000.00 to loan.
Have $500.00 to loan.
Have 3 room house, $500.00; $25 cash,
balance $8.00 per month.
3 nice 4 room cottages, $900 each,
$100 cash, balance $10 per month.
That Morgan
NORTH E AND 8TH ST.
TEXAS
Next excursion Tuesday, June 1st.
A nice crowd are gowlhg and those
who buy are well pleased. Lands are
advancing in price. Drop us a card
for Texas literature. Come to our of
fice when you can and see us about
the propositions we represent. Our
Mr. Ball has seen this country and can
tell you about it and assist you in
finding a location to please you.
BALL AND PELTZ
Real Estate and Lands.
FOR SALE Lot on S. W. 3rd St, Call
Woods, 322 N. 8th St. . 29-2t
FOR SALE If you want to buy a
farm or a home in the city. See oar
new list. We have them all beat.
Beckwith & Chessman, 716 Main St.
' 23-tf
,
- PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb. . .18c
Old chickens, per lb. 18c
Turkeys, per lb IS to 20e
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb., ....... i ,20c
Country butter, per lb .... lS20c
Eggs 17c
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar G. TThelan.)
Timothy hay. (loose) $14.06
Clover hay, loose .$12.50
Mixed hay 1 $13.00
Oats, per bu., .50 to 52c
Corn .... ...... ...75c
EAST BUFFALO.
East Buffalo, May 29.
Cattle Receipts 75; tops $7.15.
Veals Receipts 75; tops $6.25.
Sheep, receipts 1.000. tops $6.75.
Hogs, receipts 4,200, $7.70.
Indianapolis Grain.
Indianapolis. May 29.
Cash wheat ........ .... ......fL4S
Corn ........... ................75c
Oats ..... .. . ... .... : . . .-. ; . .eoi4
$2nB0TS6J6
NOW
IS A GOOD TIME TO BUY REAL. ES
TATE. START THE HOUSE CLEAN
ING SEASON BY INVESTING YOUR
MONEY IN A HOME. RECENT
SALES IN RICHMOND AND WAYNE
COUNTY SHOW THAT. IT IS BET
TER NOW THAN EVER BEFORE.
LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING MIS
CELLANEOUS LIST OF PROPER
TIES FOR SALE:
7 room modern house, bath, fur
nace, colonade between parlor and sit
ting room, located on Pear! street.
Worth the money. Possession at
once.
, Modern double house, cement veran
da and walks, rents for $17.00 per
month a side. Good investment,
6 room house, electric lights. $1,500.
$200 cash, balance to be paid as you
pay renL
8 room house, half a square of Main
street. Electric lights; 40 foot front.
Rents for $16er month. For cash.
$1,600.
6 room house located on North Sev
enteenth 6treet. half a square of Main.
$1,800. "
Farms
18 acre fruit farm,-3 acres in pas
turf with good spring. 7 room house,
cement cellar, good barn and other
good outbuildings. I -oca ted 16 miles
of corporation. $3,000. This is a real
bargain.
15 acres near Richmond., Buildings
worth $3,500. Will take $2,800 for
cash.
80 acre farm, 3 miles of Richmond,
good sugar tree soil, new barn, with
cement floors, good house, plenty of
fruit. $7,000.
GEORGE B. MOORE
616 MAIN ST. PHONE 4058.
FOR SALE Mill wood. CTw. Kramer
A Co. 29-tf
FOR SALE Sweet potato plants.
Leeds, 7 Grant St Phone 3003.
24-14t
FOR SALE New and second-hand bi
cycles at bargain prices. Elmer
Smith, 426 Main St Phone 1806.
aprl4tf
FOR SALE My property, 109 South
13th; barn; new furnace, cement
walks, both kinds of water, bath;
. best location. J. D. Fletcher; leav
ing city. 25-7t
FOR SALE Fine lot on Ridge street
Benton Heights; bargain price. Ad
dress J. R. Y., care Palladium.
27-7t
FOR SALE Pure bred Jersey " male
calf, cheap; best blood known; call
for pedigree; also stock pigs.
Phone 3136. 27-tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE An ideal su
burban home suitable for retiring
farmer or business man. Phone
3136. 27-tf
FOR SALE Automobile, 3 passenger
Ford, full equipment, newly paint
ed and overhauled. Will sell cheap.
Address "Automobile," care Pal
ladium. 12-tf
UPHOLSTERING.
Upholstering and Gen. Repairing. Holt
house, 124 S. 6th. Phone 4367.
20-tf
AUTO LIVERY
Touring cars and runabouts for hire
by hour or trip, especially low rates.
Moline Sales Co., Phone 2384. 1-tf
LAUNDRY
Dirty clothes made clean; it you don t
believe it, try us. Richmond Steam
Laundry. Phone 115L feblS-tf
HAIR DRESSING.
Manicuring parlors, latest equipment.
Hair Goods. Mrs. Blicken staff,
Colonial Bldg. may6-lmo
UPHOLSTERING.
Awnings and Upholstering
J. H. RuasoL 16 a Tth St Pboc 1793.
marll-tf
. TOLEDO GRAIN.
. Toledo, May 29.
Wheat i?. .. -
Corn
Oats .... ......
Rye ..................
Clover Seed, per bu
. .$1.53
74
SO
91
..$5.30
CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK.
Cincinnati, May 29.
Hogs, receipts 2,300; tops $7.20.
Cattle, receipts 200, market steady.
Sheep, receipts 900; steady.
Best spring Iambs, $9.
PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK,
Pittsburg. May 29. .
Cattle Receipts light; tops $7.15. .
Veals Light tops $8.
Sheep Receipts light; tops $6.23.
Hogs Receipts. 7 loads; tops $7.65.
Lambs, choice, $9.00. .
"Thafa a pretty picture, that orchard
scene." Mid the nearsighted lady, "but
why didn't yon sign itr
"I did." replied the artist. "Dent
you see Down bereT
"Oh. is that your name? I thought
that was a part of tbs fescer Paris
JournaL "
THE GOLDEN RULE IS
MY MOTTO
Try me and see if I am right on the
following:
I have for sale lots in most any part
of our great city, all worth the money.
A list of small farms from 2 to 40
ceres all in our county. Larger farms
in Wayne and adjoining counties, and
adjoining states. Parties interested
should call and see what I have.
Our city Is growing. Out of town
people looking for homes, and I have
a fine list to show In any part of the
city. Come in. sit down and look them
over while you are resting, anti you
will go away saying I surely have a
fine list to chose from. Please feel
free to come to this office for informa
tion any time from a. m., till U p. m.
Hr Contractor
1 can take care of you for Bond. Lia
bility and Fire protection with the
very best companies.
Mr. Auto Driver
and Owner
You might have an accident, your ma
chine blow up. You had better let
me give you protection.
I have the agency for London Guar
antee and Accident Co.. for health and
Accident Insurance, and can give you
fine protection at a reasonable cost
GEO. W. COOK
IS South Eighth Street '
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Very desirable rooms;
118 South 7th. 29-2t
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. 202 N. 7th. 2-2t
FOR RENT Furnished room, electric
light, modern, hot or cold bath. etc.
$2.K. References. Phone 1754. 29-3t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnlsh
ed rooms, electric light, bath and
heat Suitable for light housekeep
ing. Call 315 Randolph St. 29t2-
FOR RENT Two flata to reliable par
ties. Inquire 1S3 Ft. Wayne ave.
28-Tt
FOR RENT Ground floor storage;
Phone 1956. 26-14t
FOR RENT Flat 5rooma and bath,
central location; call on Dr. Walls.
21 South 10th. 22 tf
FOR RENT T. 1L O. A, Fvmlssed
Rooms including showar batke, boat
and light $US and p gu weak.
, agrim
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, neat,
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
fbS2-tt
FOR RENT A gtrictiy Bodera
steam boated flat. A, W. Reed. Tth
and Main. 7-tf
INSURANCE.
iloore and Ogborn .
Fire Insurance. Bonds and Loans.
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Building. 19-tf
GERMAN Notary Public and Steam
boat ageat Hans N. KolL 716 Main
street . 6-tf
FOOT DOCTOR.
A anr cure for Corns.
Rolling, 20 S. Eth.
Prof. H. H.
teblttf
WOOL WANTED.
Highest price, cash paid. 2S7 Ft
Wayne Ave., near Unicn depot, Rich
mond. Clendenin 4 Co. 28-tf
MOTOR CYCLES.
New and second hand. Waking & Co.
406 Main St Phone 2006. 22-tf
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY.
"What Is a shepherd r asked the
teacher of the Juvenile class.
The class failed to respond.
"Well." continued the teacher. "Sup
pose you were all lambs that is. little
sheep. What would 1 be?"
"A big sheep." replied the bey at the
foot of the class. -
REAL ESTATE
TRANSFERS
Jenerva H. Kirkman to John F. Fen
der, lots 61 and 62. Kirkman- addition
to city, $2,400. .
John F. Fender to Generva H. Kirk
man. lots 40 and 41 in Kirkman addi
tion to city. 2.400.
Charles G. Ebersole to Caleb J. Har
vey, trustee, lots 30. 31. 52. 33. 34 and
So. Henry, Pugh and Williams addition
to Centerrille. 1.
Caleb J. Hervey to Laura B. Eber
sole, lots 30. 31. 32. 33. 34 and 35. Hen
ry. Pugh and Williams addition to
Centerrille. $1.
Levi Peacock to Adam H. Bartel et
al. lot 15 In Levi Peacock's addition to
city, $300.
George Monroe to Jefferson Town
ship, part 8. Z. quarter section 13. twp
17. range 12. Jefferson township. $200.
Msrcia S. Sedgwick to Emms M. Lo
vln. lot 5. Richard Sedgwick sub of
Howard and Shlveley addition to C
$500.
Leander Evans et sL to Frederick D.
Evans, part S. W. Quarter section 3.
township 17. range 14. New Garden,
f3.600.
South Side Improvement associa
tion to Herman H. Meerhoof. lot 473
BesIivleW sddition to city, f 125.
James A. Boyd to Amanda Lighiy,
Via Chicaso, Cincinnati CS
Louisville Q. n. "
Oaaaon 1C00
$68.15
To SEATTLE. WASH. Round Trip. ,
account of Alaska Yukon Exposi- .
tion. Selling dates May to October. '.
.Final return limit October 31st.
$15.20 ' :
Te TORONTO. ONT- Round Trip, ,
account of Canadian National Ex- .
position. Selling dates August 27 '
to Sept. 9. Final return limit Sept.
14th. t
$35.65
To DENVER, COLO. Round Trip,
account of Annual Convention Na-
tional Education Association. Sell- t
ing dates. July 1st. 2nd. 3rd and 4th.
) Final return limit Sept. 1st.
$19.05
To 8T. PAUL, MINN. Round Trip, ,
account of United Society Christian
Endeavor. Selling dates, July 4th.
5th and 6th. Final return limit. July ,
31st. - . ,
Te ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Round
Trip, account of American Medical
Association. Selling dates June Srd.
4 th. 5th and 6th. Final return lim
it June 19th. .
$4.50
To LOUISVILLE. KY. Round Trip,
account of -Mystic Shrine Meeting.
Selling dates June 5th. 6th. 7th and
Sth. Final return limit. June 17th.
$13.40
To ASHEVILLE, N. C-. Round Trip,
account of National Convention
Travellers. Selling dates May 27th.
2Sth. 29th and 30th. Final return
limit June 30th.
$19.85
io nMKHiwnounb, va, nouna
Trip, account of National Confer
ence Church of Brethren. .Selling
dates May 24th to 31st. Final re
turn limit July 15th.
For reduced rates to points In North.
East, South or West, call
C. A. BLAIR.
Pass & Ticket Ajft- C C. L. R.
'Home Phone 2062. . Richmond, Ind. ,
Ecem IVcsCca Co.
(Tim Table Effective Oct. $7. IM7.)
Trains leave Richmond t e Inoiaa
apolis and intermedial stations at
6:0 a. at, 7:SS. t:0. IS:
;i:0O. 11:00. 1:00. t:t 3:00. 4.S0.
5:15. 4:00. 7:10. t:40 9:00. 10:09.
11:10. ..' , '
Limited trains.
Last car to Iadianapolla. 1:46 p. at.
Last ear to New Castle. 10:00 p. a..,'
Trains connect at Indlsaspous for
Lafayette. TTankfort. Crswfordsvllla.
Terr Hsute. CUutoo. Snlllraa. Paris
(Ills.) Tlckcta sold througb
eJcaccbcro
cha PC7Q
VbC.C.6 LOU.
For partlcsdsws can
OA. Btelr. P. A T. A.
Tel.:
part S. W. quarter section 18. township
16. rsnge 13. Harrison. 93V.
Maris Marbea - to Johanna ' Fsske. .
part lot 14. Scbwegmsn's addition to',
city. O0t -. -
Samuel McCain to Moatle E. Moor
man, lot 180 Benton Heights sddition
to city. $2oO. -
Maris Lsxbes to Henry H. Pardeick.
lot 320 official map city of Richmond.
$3,000. . . - . .
Laura B. Ebersole to William L.
Graves. Iota M. 37 and 38 Henrr Push
and Williams's sddiUon to Centerville.
Catherine E. Eloff to William H.
Tuberring et aL part lot 6, E. I
Cleamons out lots sddition to city,
$300.
nnrain n. reeie io ueo. n. now
llngsworth. part N. W. quarter eectlon
24. township 18. rsnge 14. New Garden
township. fT.noo.
Esther Gordan to Mary J. Needhsa
lot 20 J. Fohls sddition to Dublla.
$175.
Llllle C. Smith to John H. Border,
lot 226 Haynes sddition to city, fl.000.
Mary A. Gssr to Anns M. Jenktn.
part lot 2. Abijah Moffltt's ' sddition
elty,120tiL
Francis a. cnatara to Herman r.
Pilgrim, lot 60-7O. Scfawegmaa's addi
tion city. 1800.
James Allen to Wm. 6. Redrew, part
lot 85 Geekle V LaWa addition dty,
$400.: - 1 '
Ida V. Hunt to Win. Ellis, pert 8. E.
26 17-13. Clsy. tljSOO. - '
Horses W. Dean to Edward Dean. t
aL. part lot 2-7. GreensSork. tSSK -
Lewis J. Smith to Morrises) T. Pyla,
lot-Wm. Saxtsr MCSSOoa eKy.
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