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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909.
PAGESEVE3f. PALLADIUM AND SUN -TELEGRAM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS1 HE MX ...The Market "Place of the People... " : SEfflT IMS . IPEI WOIID) Situations Wanted and Greatest little satisflers of All advertisements must bt FOR THE ' Found Ads 2 times ' big wants are the in this office before nSFH) fl fTi TC ffiirC IS EACH INSERTION. FREE ' ads below " 12 noon YMht W ' , ( WANTED. WANTED Stock to pasture; call at 118 S. 5th street. WANTED Girl to do, general house work; 2116 Main St 4-lt WANTED Position as cook In res taurant, hotel or sanitarium; ad dress S, care Palladium. 4-2t WANTED Position as housekeeper by respectable widow lady; call 187 Ft. Wayne Ave. ' 4-2t WANTED Situation by young girl to assist with housework in small family; call 1136 Main. .3-2t WANTED I want to buy watches and bicycles. J. M. Lacey, Pawn broker, Cor. 8th and Main. 3-7t WANTED To rent a four room cot tage at once; call R. C, Palladium. 3-tf 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 Two or three light-housekeeping rooms; close in. Address "D", Palladium. ' 2-3t Ai i tai Highest price paid for old feather beds; will stay a week in Richmond. Address Simon Cohen, General Del.; will call. 31-7t WANTED Young persons to enter the Richmond Business College during opening week of summer term. May 81 to June 7. 29-7t Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, June 4. " Open High Low 1 & N. ..'..140 140 140 Great Northern 149 149 148 Amalgamated Copper ... .. .. 87 87 86 American Smelting . .... . . .. 96 97 95 Northern Pacific 149 150 149 . U. S. SteelJ ............ ....'69 69 67 U. 8. Steel pfd.. .. ..127 128 125 Pennsylvania . 137 138 136 St. Pail .. .. .. .. ...... ..154 157 154 B. & O. ............ .. ..116 119 116 New York Central ... .. ..132 135 132 Reading 155 157 155 Canadian Pacific .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .184 185 184 Union Pacific............... .......1.. .V ..191 192 191 Atchison .. f ..'..113 115 112 Southern Pacific 4 131 133 130 . Union Pacific Ex-Div. 2 per cent. Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION. (Br C01T6II and Thompson Brokers; Baton 0.1 J Chicago, June 4. , ;. Wheat. . Opea High Low CIom July .. 119 119 117 118 Sept .. 110 110 109 109 Dec. ... 108 108 108 108 :'' Corn' .'' - Open High Low Close July . ..-73"- 73 7: ' 73 Sept.... 69 70 69 69 Dec. ... 58 59 58 58 Oats, Open High Low Close. July ... 54 54 53 53 Sept ... 44 44 44 44 Dec ... 45 45 44 45 Indianapolis Market. REPRESENTATIVE SALES. No. At. Dk. Prlc 10 ......i... ....... 52 .. 5.00 36 j.. ......... 96 ..6.50 16 , 106 .. 6.65 76 126 .. 6.90 21 ,i 131 .. 7.00 42 142 .. 7.10 49 139 40 7.15 54 148 .. 7.15 83 149 40 7.20 58 159 .. 7.20 118 157 . . 7.25 99 165 240 7.25 75 163 SO 7.30 73 189 120 7.30 67 .... ISO 120 7.35 52- 200 200 7.35 52 207 .. 7.40 70 202 120 7.45 53 . 228 400 7.45 72 216 80 . 7.50 54 223 120 7.50 77 250 120 7.00 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. Best heavies .".$7.35 $7.60 Good to choice ........... 7.13 7.23 Best pigs .i 6.00 6.50 BEST STEERS. Finished steers ......... 6.50 6.S5 Good to choice steers .. 6.00 6.50 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.60 6.25 STOCK CATTLK. Good to heavy fleshy feed ers ... .1 . : . ; . . . . . , $M S25 Fair to good feeders...... 4.75 5.00 Good to choice stockers . . 4.25 4.75 Common to fair heifers ... 3.50 4.35 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers.. 5.25 6.50 Good to choice heifers.... 4.25 6.50 ' SHEEP. Best yearlings ........... 6.50 7.25 Good to choice sheep . .'. .' 5.00 5.50 Spring lambs 6.00 S.00 k VEAL CALVES. ' Good to fancy .......... .' 4.25 7.50 Fair to heavy calves . . .v; 3.00 6.25 PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. 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 To store your stove for .he summer. 1030 Main. Phone 1778. 17-tf WANTED Manager for branch office we wish to locate Jiere in Richmond. Address, The Morris Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 2-1 mo WANTED You to call and see our Excelsior Motorcycle, Elmer Smith, 426 Main St. Phone 1806. aprl4-tf WANTED Railway Mail Clerks, Carters. Examinations in Rich mond, soon. Preparation Free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 57 B, Ro chester, N. Y. mayl2-37t WANTED Ladles to learn hairdress ing, manicuring, facial massage, elec trolysis 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-if WANTED If you want money !a place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfield's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tt - MOTOR CYCLES. New and second hand. Waking & Co. 406 Main St. Phone 2006. 22-tf Reports Close 140 149 86 96 149 67 12C 138 157 119 134 156 184 192 114 131 Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Holler Mills) Wheat per bu., ,$1.50 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 MarVet. (Runje ft Co.) " Timothy, per bu $2.70$2.S5 Clover Seed 4.50 4.G5 Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $6.50$7.O0 Good to heavy packers .... C.00 6.50 Common and rough .. . . . .VuOQ 5.50 Steers, corn fed 5.00 5.50 Heifers 3.50 4.50 Fat tows 3.50 4.L'5 Bulls .... 3.50(S 4.VO Calves . G.00 C.50 Lambs 5.50 PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb.. 18c Old chickens, per lb. .i8c Turkeys, per lb. .'......IS to SOc . COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb., 26c Country butter, per lb lS20c Eggs .... ioc Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelaa.) Timothy hay. (loose) ...... ...$14.00 Clover hay, loose ............$12.50 Mixed hay $13.00 Oats, per bu., 50 to 52c Corn 75c EAST BUFFALO. East Buffalo, June 4. Cattle Receipts, 50; tops, $7.00.- . Veals Receipts, 2.00O; tops. $S.75. Sheep Receipts, l,tO; tops, $t.50. Hogs Receipts. 5,900; tops, $S.OO. Lambs, tops, $S.15. . Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, June 4. Cash wheat .... .... . Corn .... Oats .$1.53 . . . 77 . .50l TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, June 4. Wheat . . Corn ...... .... . . .....$1.57 . .... .. .....7414 ... ..50U Oats Rye ,. P m FOR SALE. property and iarms. merchandise stocks and-. firs insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block. 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE 50 gallons skimmed milk daily. Commons Dairy Co., S. 5th St. Phone 1188. 3-7t FOR SALE Cheap, Al automobile rumble seat, complete with tool box. 400 Lincoln. 3-2t FOR SALE 18 ft counter and 2 counter cases, cheap if sold at once. Call Feltman's Cigar Store, 609 Main. Phone 2039. . 3-3t FOR SALE Improved farms and farming lands in Osceola- Co. J. L. Shigley. LeRoy, Mich. - apr29 eod3rrvs FOR SALE Rocf and bridge paint" Guaranteed five years. ; Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin & Co.. 257 Ft Wayne Ave. Phone 342:1. Apr: 2 fri&mon FOR SALE A thoroughbred fox ter rier pup; two months old and very smart; must sell at once account of leaving city. Phone 1341; 3654 eve nings. 4-lt FOR SALE Pure bred Jersey male calf, cheap; best blocd known; call for pedigree; also stock pigs. Phone 136. 27-tf FOR SALE Refrigerators ' and kitch en cabinets, cheap, 519' Main: 12-tf FOR SALE Mili wood. C. W. Kramer & Co. 29 :i Clover Seed, per bu $5.30 CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. ':;( , ' u3:'i Cincinnati, June 4. v, m--Hogs Receipts. 4.200: tops; Cattle Receiuts, SOO: tops.;$7. Sheep Receipts, 3,XK: tope,f 5.50. Best spring lambs, fS.SO. - PITTSBURG LIVEStQCK, Pittsburg, June 4. -Cattle Receipts, light: tQpat$7.10. Veals Light; tops. $8.25. ,V , Sheep Receipts light; tops. 5.G5. Hogs Receipts. 12 loads; , tops, $7.$5. Lambs clipped, $8.50. LODGE TO WORK TONIGHT Two Candidates Will Get the " Second Degree;. At the meeting of STiitewater lodge of Odd Fellows this evening,1 second degree work will be gtvenftwo candi dates. The lodge will also hold serv ices for William Pharris, a member of the Connerevilie lodge,-" who 'died at Reid Memorial hospital 'recently. Pirs. Queen Catherine obtalned pins from France, and in 1543 an act was passed "That no person shall put to sale any pinnes but only such as shall be; double headed and have the heads sbldered fast to the shank of the pinnes, .well smoothed, the shank wclj shapca, ihe points wo!l round filed, cauted and sharpened." At this time most pins wre. made of brass, but many were Iso made of iron, with a brass snrface . France sent a large number of jiins , to Eng land until abont the year 1620.', In this year one John Tilsby stoated. pin mak ing in Gloucestershire. Sp successful was his venture that he soon had 1.500 persons working. These pins made at Stroud were held in high re pute. In 1C3Q pinmakers combined and founded a corporation. The Industry was carried on nt Bristol and Bir mingham, the latter becoming the chi?f center. London Standard. ,Hew Mardrin Rank. -Mandarins in China may be distin guished by the birds which decorate their uniforms as well as by their but tons. Mandarins of the first rank have a bird known as the fang embroidered on their cTothes. Mandarinpif the sec ond rank have their mbesdorned by the figure of a cock. Mandarins of the third rank have a peacock Mandarins of the fourth rank are adorned, with a pelican. Those of the fifth rank are easily distinguished by the silver pheasant, those of the sixth rank are favored by a stork, mandarins of the seventh rank have a partridge, man darins of the eighth rankr -quail and mandarins of the ninth rank the bum ble sparrow. Enforced th RutM. -Museum Attendant You'H ptaze lave your umbreller or cane at tbe door, sor. Visitor Very properf regulation. But It happens I have neither. Attend antThen go and get wan. Xo one Is allowed to enter unless he laves his umbreller or cane at the door. Ton may read the card for yourself, sor! London Tit-Bits. - . . ' Diplomacy. . "You persuaded your husband to Join a glee club r , v ; "Tew.' answered Mrs. Biggins; "when he starts to sing at home Iian now advise him not to tire. fair1. voice, and when he sings In the club I can't hear him-" Washington Star. - - - The asp borrows poison from thevft- WHITEWATER WANT AD LETTER ELDST The following are replies to Palla diura Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in nnsv.-er to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Mrs. N. E. D Mail will be kept for 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time wf.l be -cast out. FOR SALE If you want to buy a far mor a home in the city; see our new list. We have money to loan. Beckwith & Chessman, 716 Main St. mayl-tf FOR SALE Cement building block machine; call Simmons Cigar Store. 30-7t REAL ESTATE and farms. A. M. Rob erts. Spring Grove. Route 5. . IS 6un mon tues-I-t FOR SALE Sweet potato plants. Leeds, 7 Grant St. Phone 3003. 24-14t FOBTsALE OR TRADE An ideal eu burban' home suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf FOR SALE Nice Geese feathers; 1017 North A street. 4-3t Speak Arabic Better than own Tongue - 111 Wi ' ) i P ' Here are two mtie Americans, who speak Arabic with greater ease than they do English. They are Frederick Sutton Barney, age 9 and his sister Esther Irene, aged 7. They were born in Muscat, where their fath er, the Rev. F. J. Barney is a missionary. They recently returned to this country with their parents. SPRINGFIELD COMES Famous Reds of That City Will Be Local Attrac tion, Sunday. WILL BE A FAST CONTEST The Springfield, (O.) Reds baseball club, which has been in the field for eleven consecutive years, will be the opponents of the local aggregation at Athletic park next Sunday afternoon. Manager Warfel of the locals feels confident that this team is the best he has yet booked to appear in the city, judging from, its record this year with teams of known ability. The cur tain raiser-in the Sunday City league game will be between the Waldorfa and the X. Y. Z's. The lineup and batting order of the visitors will be: Gillen, lb; Cooney, ss; Poling, 2b; Beach, cf; Burke, 3b; Fink, c; Powers, If; Varley. rf; John son and Sprinkle; p. The batting or der and lineup of the locals will be about the same as last Sundar. . ; City Statistics Marriage License. Charles R Kienzle and Kathrvn Minner, both of Richmond. Mrs. Brown What color are your little boy's eyes? Mrs. Robinson Black generally. He's a terrible fighter. PALLADIUU-WUITADS. PAY. FOR RENT, OR RENT Furnished, room, bath and phone; private family; 1326 Main, 3-7t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1523 N. A. 2-3t FOR RENT The property at 407 N. 10th known as the Robinson apart ment house, will ba ' opened on June 15 as a fashionable boarding house and cafe; modern in every re spect; newly and elegantly furnish ed throughout. 2-7t FOR- RENT Furnished room. bathT 30 N. 12th. l-7t FOR RENT Ground floor storage; Phone 1956. 26-lit FOHRFNT Y. M. C. A., Fvrntsled Rooms Including shever bntLs, neat and llaht tlJ& and vp per we.il i5i4tJ FOR RENT Furnished rooms, beat, wit "a bath f'.-r goats, at the Orahd. tet?St VQii RENT A rtttctiy coders a'earo boa tod Szl. A. V. Read. ?th and Ms in. 7-tf cdii -uie ii-r .Jor-is. 1TCI. rl. H. Rolling. 20 G. S;h. febl2-tt FOUND. FOUND Belgian haYeTcairijfc23r( 3-2t FOUND Pccketbook at Coliseum; call at 15 N. 12th St. or Telephone 1523 4-2t SAW NlGHTRAINBOW Eight Panhandle Employes Vouch for the Report ed Phenomena. APPEARED IN THE EAST A rainbow by moonlight. Maybe you didn't see it, but A. M. Lafuze of 228 North Twenty-nrst street says be and seven other Panhandle employes saw it last evening. Lafuze says the spectacle was one of the strangest he ever witnessed. He claims it ap peared in the east. It is not known whether the men witnessed a phe nomena or the eight they witnessed was due to causes other than the moon. The men who claim to have seen the moonlight rainbow were in the east yards of the Panhandle at the time." HOWARD RANKIN HOME. Howard Rankin, a graduate of the high school class of 1907 is home for a iew aa.ys visiiing menos ana rela tives. He will leave within a few days for Cornell University, where be will carry on research work for the New York: association of Ginseng Growers during the summer. SMALLPOX CASE. The residence of Richard Hart. 93 Fort Wayne avenue, has been placed under .Quarantine again. Another case of smallpox has developed. The house was released from quarantine but recently. Three cases are suspect- , INSURANCE. iloore and Ogborn Fire Insurance. Boads and Loans. Room 16 I. O. O. F. Building. 19-tf GERMAN Notary Public and Steam . bout ageat Hans N. KolL 7J6 Mtin street 6-tf UPHOLSTERING. Awnings and Upholstering J. H. Rons?!. IS a 7tli St Phono 179?. marlltt UPHOLSTERING. Upholstering and Gen. Repairing. Holt house. 124 S. 6th. Phone 4367. 20-tt LAUNDRY liirty cioJ.es made cie&n; u you den t belve li, try ut. Richmond steam Laundry. Phone 1x51. feblS-tf HAIR DRESSING. Ma.-iicu.ing parlors, latest equipment. ' Hair Goods. - Mrs. Blickenstan. Colonial Bids- may6-lmo AUTO LIVERY Tcuring eara and runn bouts for hire by hour or trip, ecpec'.ally low rates. Moline Sales Co.. Phone 23S4. 1-tf WOOL WANTED. ill guest priced cash paid Wayne Ave., near Unicn depot, Rich mond. Clendenin A Co. , 2S-tt MEET III RICHMOND State Science and Mathemat ice Association Takes Unusual Step. PLANS FOR CONVENTION For the first time in the history of the State Science and Mathematic Teachers association its annual meet ing will be held In a city other than Indianapolis. Word was received by Prcf. F. S. Lamar, instructor of phys ics and chemistry at the high -school. and chairman of the executive com mittee of the association. that tho members cf the committee desired to meet in this city. The annual meeting is several months off. but Prof. Lamar will set about immediately arranging for the convention. It is hoped by him as well as other local teachers who are members of the association. that the new high school auditorium may be used. Much credit is due Prof. Lamar for breaking the precedent of meeting in the capital city and bring ing the convention here. CITY COURT GRIND Jack McGreevy who is securing a reputation as. a regular in city court because of his hr.bit of public intoxi cation was fined Si and costs and sentenced to thirty days In jail in city court this afternoon. Tim Kelley who was just released from jail after one sentence for pub lic intoxication was taken in again this afternoon. He will have to face a previous conviction clause in the affidavit. MRS. BERTSCH FINED. Indianapolis, June 4. Mrs. Effie Bertsch was fined $25 and costs by Federal Judge Anderson yesterday aft ernoon for using the United States mails to Tid obscene literature. She plead guilty yesterday- morning to tbe charge, but Judge Anderson did not render his decision until the afternoon session. Wilfred Jessup. ner attorney, plead for clemency. Coffee Beans and Arithmetic That tbe efforts of teachers to do well by their scholars are often mis understood by parents is illustrated by aa amusing incident which occurred in one of tbe schools. A little girl who had Just been promoted to the second grade was having great difficulty with the simple sums la arithmetic which her teacher gare her. Tbe latter took the girl aside and tried to explain to ber how addition, subtraction, etc.. should be done. She showed tbe girl how to do the sums by taking some little objects and making the actual physical changes indicated, so secur ing the desired result Then she said. "Tell your mother to give you twenty coffee beans and take them each even ing when you sit down to do your les sons." The next dsy tbe little girt came to school and at once sought out her teacher. - "Mamma wants to know whether I am te take the coffee beans mixed with water or to swallow them whole." she said. A visit and personal explanation to tbe mother were need ed before tbe matter was Anally straightened oat. and. now the little girl Is Improved greatly In her arith metic without any Internal aid of cof t beans. Philadelphia Record. . Mrs. Bacon Whafs your husband laughing at? - Sirs. Egbert At your baby. Be says It's funny looking." -runny looking? ' Why. the little fel low got more hair on his bead than your husband has got oa aier Tea- POPULAR EXeURGDOftS Via Chlcco. Cincinnati & Louisville R. R. - Qrason 1900 ' $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 . To TORONTO. ONT.. Round Trie, account of Canadian National Ex-, position. Selling dates August 27 to SepL 9. Final return limit Sept. Hth. . . $35.65 V V V; : To DENVER. COLO." Round Trip, account of Annual Convention Na tional Education Association. Sell ing Cates, July 1st. 2nd. 3rd and 4th. Flnal return limit Sept. 1st ' $195 - To ST. PAUL. MINN, Round Trip, account of United Society Christian Endeavor. Selling, dates, July. 4th. 5th and 6th. Final return limit. July 31st..-; .7Tr" $24.30 To ATLANTIC CITY, N. J, Round Trip, account of American Medical Association. Selling dates June rd. - 4 th. 5th and 4th. Final return lim it June 19th. ' . $4.50 ' To LOU 16 VI LIE, KY, Round Trip; account of Mystic Shrine Meeting.' Selling dates June 5th. 6th. 7th sad 8th. Final return limit. June 17th. For 'reduced rates to points In North. East, South or West, call C A. BLAIR. Pass Ticket Agt- CCftLR.ll, Home Phone 2062. Richmond. Ind. TretCcaGa. (Tims Table Effective Oct. ST. UST.) Trains lsavs Richmond tar Ufias spoils and Intermediate stations at :00 a. m, 7:1. S.-0. 10:CX 11:00. 12:00. 1:00. S:2V 2:00. 4:00. 5:25. 4:00. 7:20. 4:40 0:00. 10:0 11:10. ... Uamlted trains. . ' , Last ; car to Indianapolis. 1:40 p. ss, Last car to Now Castle, 10: to p. sa, Trains connect at Indianapolis tar Lafayette, Trankfort, CnwfaKavCSa, Terrs Hants. CUatoa. Cul3vsw (Ills.) Tickets soM D 011 . ROUND TRIP TO cincmrjATi SsSSBsBBBBBBBSSBSBBSUHBSBBBBfl Via C. C&.L Q. Q. JuriEO Numerous attractions Baseball-Reds vs. Brooklynm. " -..,... f Train leaves Richmond 6:29 a. m.; returning learoo && cinnati 10 p. m. '- - C. A. BLAIR. P. 4k T. A. Home TeL 2062.. SCHEDULES la rsicct Apa-a it. ito. STATIONS 1 Ex8 D D ChT caco s.na lO.OJpl iTTi 1.1 Sp -4Xp S.Sp 21p 7.4 Pern Ar. .... 11 it 1.1IM Peru ......... U.rlon ...... Hcncl ...... Richmond ... Ct. Grove ... Cincinnati . . 1. up Z-1 5p Ilia T.4N 4.1 ! 4.ZVp 4.SSp stop S.Zla S.SSa 7.t0a 141P West STATIOK3 l.w Ciocinnatt TT Ct- Grove .... Richmond . . Munci ...... Marlon ...... Peru Ar. Peru 4 I (U Plop ITS lS.SOpi Tta s as. S.SSal le.aoa 1Z.VM1 T.eep)ie.i ll.SAa 1.22a 2.1a ssepjiLtes t.sep 12 sa 2-Ka'lt.2p 1 lip 2 Mp l.40p Chicago 7.2(si I S.8p 12th St. Station) l-o ash Veatfouled Trains Chicago aaS CtnetaBatL Dwau iil'i trwtem. - TsiioesU sleesere- trains Kos. 2 and 4 between CbJcsajs sad Cla- clnnatL . 7lne Buffet service en trstas 1 sad S. Fcr train connections sad ether la forjtton call . C A. BLAIR. P.4T.1 Heme Phone StSX. Toor mOk." said tfeo the dealer, "wont do." -What is the matter wrK2i ttr 1 the outraged mUkman.. -Well, if yea iaessf.- said the high browed householder. Tt reminds me too much of what Shstesnears says. . "If he's sees lying about ass 111 make him eat his words. btmsterea . tho mllsTBsa. "What doss ttds fellow say? Whatswer It fa. It's s lle.- -Csshespsars wssat speaking of yosi directly.- erpUioed the "He was speaking of merer, but cy. according to hts desert ptioa. Is Uko your milk. Bo says It. Is not 1