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THE BICnZXOJfD PALLADIUM AKD STJX-TiffJSGUOI, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 19Q9M
f AGE Branch' -Offices si- PA LLA DIUM ooo l Branch offices are located In every part of the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. OOO 1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. Waot Ado Columms IIP? For Yomir Coeveeieece : LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your V.WANT ADS with the one nearest you. The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. ' South of Main. BRUENING. & EICKHORN, 13th and S. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H. North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. - B St CHILES & SON. 18th and N. C St WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St. JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St. RATES - 1 cent per word 7 days for the price of S days. We charge adver tisements sent In by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED -Small washingsat 35" Si . 6th St. 20-7t V ANTED Situation. Dining room work or laundry work. Address Em- ployment, care Palladium. 20-3t WANTED Wan to give bath to elder ' ' ly gentleman at my home. Call at 217 N. 7th St. 20-2t WANTED Two boarders, gentlemen preferred and one large front room , furnished. Inquire, 511 N. 19th St. -Sf-;V 20-2t aii i Uood wash woman for small washing. Call 63 S. 16th. 20-3t WANTED A place as housekeener in small, family by middle aged widow lady.;' Widower preferred of good .', reputation. Please answer at once. Inquire at 511 N. 19th. 20-3t WXNTEEF-Washings todoat"31 Rail road .St. V 20-2t WANTED At once, a good woman or : girl, who understands cooking., Ad dress Box 377, Cambridge City, Ind. 1 . 20-3t WANTED Two good men to solicit V members for accident and sick bene ' fit In old established company. Good ' propositions and splendid prospects. ' MANAGER, Room 16, I. O. O. F; ' Building, City. -,, t 19-2t WANTED Sewing, by an experienced dressmaker. Work guaranteed. Call or address, 410 PEARL STREET. '- v ; 1 " iy-yt Market NEW YORK STOCK (By Correll and Thompson, New York, July 20. L. & N. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ; - Great Northern . . .. Amalgamated Copper American Smelting ...... .. Northern Pacific ............. ...,4.. U. S. 8teel ., ... U. 8. Steel pfd.. .. .. .. .. .. .. Pennsylvania .. .. .. .. .. .. .'. -8t. Paul ........ .. B. O. .. .. .. .. .. ..... New York Central .. .. .. .. .. ,4.. Reading .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Canadian Pacific .. .. .. .. .. .. ... Union Pacific ,..... Atchison .. .. .. .. .. Southern Pacific . L. & N. ex-dividend 3 percent ! Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (3y Correll and Thompsoa, C rakers, Baton 0.1 . Chicago, July 20. Wheat 1 ' Open High Low Close July.. 118 118 116 117 Sept .. 110 111 110 111 Dec .. 107 108 107 108 Corn Open Hign Low Close July v.. 70 71 70 71 ; Sept f;. 65 66 65 66 Dec. ,. , 56 56 55 56 Oats.. v Open High Low Clos, July ... 45 46 45 45 'Sept ... 40 41 40 41 Dec ... 41 41 40 41 ' Indianapolis Market. . ; REPRESENTATIVE SALES. No. at. Dk. Price HOGS. 3 112 .. $7.50 62 .................. 142 .. 8.05 81 ................. 156 .. 8.05 55.- 148 .. 8.10 66,,,....,..... 162 40 8.10 42 . 183 40 8.15 37 ... 210 .. 8.15 75 183 8.20 61 i 221 160 8.20 40 232 200 8.25 . INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. - HOGS. - Best heavies $S.1S$&35 Good to choice lights . . 8.00Q 8.25 Best pigs.. .... .... .. 7.00 7.50 " BEST STEERS. -Good to choice steers .... 6.S5 7.00 Choios to fancy yearlings 5.25 5.85 STOCK CATTLK, . Good to hvy feeding steers 4.75 5.00 Pair to good feeders .... 4.500 4.75 Inferior to choice stockrrs 3.00 4.50 Common to fair heifers . . 2.509 &25 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Fair-view. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St. WANTED Tool makers and machine hands. Apply or write to Superin tendent, Olds Gas Power Company, Lansing, Mich. 18-3t Have your suit pressed once a week at the rate of 1.00 per month. Rich mond Dry Cleaning. Phone 1072. ' 14-lm WE do all kinds of Fountain Pen re pairing while you wait. Before go ing on your vacation see your pen is in good order. Jenkins Mfgs. '' julyl3-lmo WANTED Ladies to learn hairdress lug, manicuring, facial massage, chiropody or electrolysis. Few weeks .completes. Wonderful de mand for graduates. Good field for resident work; diplomas granted. Instruments given. Investigate. Moler College, Cincinnati. O. - 25-tf WANTED Stock to pasture; call phone 1235. 24-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfleld's Real - Es tate office, Kelley Block. 8 th and Main. 14-tf FOR SALE. aUCK T'woDafsy v; r bomiraUne cheese cutters. Bran new, $7 each. Phone 3137. 20-lt FOR SALE Second hand furniture at bargain prices. Must sell to make room for new, goods. J. B. Holt house, 516 Main. . 18-tf Reports QUOTATIONS. Brokers, Eaton. Ohio.) Open High Low Close .. ..142 .... .... 142 .. ..150 151 1504 1514 .. .. 82 82 81 82 .. .. 94 94 93 94 .. ..1534 154! 153 153 71 72 :. 71 71 . ,,127 127 127 127 .. ..138 138 138 138 ... ..150 156 155 ,156 .. ..120 120 119 120 ..133 134 332 134 .. ,..156 156 155 156 .. .,186 187 186 187 .. ..197 198 197 198 ..116 117 116 116 .. ..134 134 133 134 BUTCHER CATTLE. oood to choice heifers . . 5. Good to fancy cows ...... j. VEAL CALVES." 6.00 5.00 1 7.00 S.00 Pair to heavy calves. . . . .". 3.00 Good to choice veal . . . . . .$4.00 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Best yearlings .. 5.2.1 Good to choice sheep.. .. 4.00 Good to choice lambs .... 7.00 5.50 4.2; l.l Richmond Grain Market. (Rlcbmond Holler Mills) New wheat per bu S1.05ff?Sl.l0 torn, per bu. ........ .. ..75c Rye, per bu soc Bran, per ton ...i ...$27.00 Middlings, per ton S30.no Clover seed, per bu .$5.50 Richmond Seed Market. ntunze Co.l Timothy, per bu si oa tiover seed.. 5.000 S-iai Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir. Best riORJ. average 200 to 230 pounds. . ....... Good to heavy packers . Common and rough ..... Steers, corn fed ......... Heifers .... .... ....... Fat cows ..... .... ... . Bulls $7.00$7.25 7.00 7.50 6.75 7.00 . 5.00 5.50 3.50 4.50 8.50 4.25 3.25 3.75 6.00 7.00 &50 Calves ........... .'. . . , . . Lambs ................. PRICES FOR POULTRY. V (Paid by Bee Hire Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb. ..18c Old chickens, per lb. 18c COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb. . 28c Country butter, per lb lS20c Eggs .....20e Jiosos: Order Gold Medal Flour nest trait MOGUL FURNACE -Installed". your Home Complete For . in Pilgrim Bros, FIFTH AND MAIN. fur m. A desirable home of 8 Rooms, Bath, Furnace, Electric Lights, Both Kind of Gas and a good Barn. 204 S. 12 16-tf FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE 10x12 wall tent with fly; first class condition; also woven spring folding cot; enquire at River side Brass & Machine Works, 324 N. 3rd St. 3 15-7t FOR , SALE House of three rooms, summer kitchen, ' good cellar, lot 60x165; fruit Address "M. E. W." care Palladium. Phone 3231. 15-7t FOR SALE Real estate, Fire Insur ance. Agent for Fox Typewriter. . R. L. More, 23 N. 9th St. Phone 1316. 2-lmo FOR SALE 200,000 cigarettes, 50 .brands, 5c to $1.50 pkgs. Feltman's Cigar Store, 609 Main. Wholesale and retail. , " , , 9-lmp FOR SALE: Show-case, folding: bed and buffet at ' a bargain. W. F. Brown, 1030 Main St 11-tf FOR SALE Big bargain In velvet brussels and ingrain rugs. Prices $1.10 up. Antique - Furniture Co., 519 Main. 8-tf Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) ' Timothy hay. (loose) .... ... . .f 14.00 Clover hay, loose $12.50 Mixed hay $13.00 Oats, per bu., 50 to 52c Corn .... .-. ...75 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, July 20. Wheat $1.15 Corn ... .. .... .... .. .. 75c Oats .. .. .. 50c Rye .. .; : 80c EAST BUFFALO. East Buffalo, July 20. Cattle Receipts 125; steady; tops $7.00 Veals Receipts SO; tops ?8.75. Hogs Receipts 1700; tops $8.fio. Sheep and lambs Receipts SCO; sheep $5.75; top lambs $8.00. CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, July 20. Wheat .. .. .. ... . Corn Oats.. .. Rye .. '.. $1.23 . 74c . 55c . 85c CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, July 20. Hogs Receipts 2400; steady. Cattle Receipts 400; steady. Sheep and lambs Receipts 1000; sheep steady; lambs, top $7.75. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK, Pittsburg, July 20. Cattle Receipts light; tops $0.85. Veals Receipts 300: $0.00. Hogs Receipts 8 loads, tops $S.50. sheep $5.25; lambs $7. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, July 20. Wheat .. .. . ..$1.21 . . . 51 Corn . . . . . , OSttS a Rye .. .. .. .... 81c You nevsr hear of the Scadwells' family skeleton nowadays," observed Rivers.- v- . No." said Brooks. "They have ac cumulated so many bones that every body has forgotten its existence," Chi cago Tribune. A SUeat Fartver Nlbbitt That woman who just went oat Is the partner f-your joys and sor rows. I suppose? Rufton She's part ner to my Joys an right, hat when It comes to my souuws she slips over to see ber mother. We can help to make people bright by oar keenness, bat we can never ac worpnah aaythlnc toward n-y mb- -MOJO jie goos oxcepcEQgr WANT AD LETT The following are replies to PalJa. dlum Want Ads received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in answer to their ads. Mall at this office up to 12 soon today as follows: A, B l Housekeeper ..1 A. J l Country 1 Baby .. Home . ... 2 Exchange ... 1 . . 1 Mortgage 1 .. 2 Bargain 3 M. E. W Mall will be kept for 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time will be cast out FOR SALE Good Burrey. First class condition. Apply Henry G. Knollen berg. 20-7t FOR SALE Bed room suite, gas range and 2 gas heatin? stoves and other household goods. 301 Central Ave. 20-2t $1 0.00 Singer Domestic Sewing machines, good as new. oung, 240 Fort Wayne Avenue. 7-tf FOR SALE Edison phonograph with repeating, recording and shaving at tachments, complete with 45 rec ords; machine only used one month. Bargain if taken at once. Enquire Riverside Brass & Machine Works, 324 N. 3rd street l5-7t FOR SALE OR TRADE An ideal su burban home ' suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf FOR SALE Mill wood. C. W. Kramer & Co. 29-tf $1.00 All makes Sewing Machines repaired, any distance. Young, 240 Ft. Wayne Ave. 7tf FOR SALE Baby carriage and house- tl1t W-f?Cf wttla WAAlr nMli t O Tenth. i9-3t FOR RENT. FOR" :RE"nT--7 "rboni ' house at "ii": 10th St Apply Hirchburg's Studio. Phone 2158. 20-lt FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms. $4 month, 526 N. 22nd. 20-2t FOR RENT Furnished rooms with bath. 16 South 9th Street. 19-7t FOR RENT Four room modern flat -Well located (with -heat.) Ball & Peltz. ' i8-3t T BY A HORSE HE GETS REVENGE Henry Nungesser Captures Runaway, Then Gives It Good Beating. PURSUED BY AN OFFICER WHEN McMANUS GETS TO EXCIT ED GERMAN A BATTLE ROYAL ENSUED BUT THE IRISH COL ORS WERE VICTORIOUS. Henry Nungessor, the biggest little man Patrolman McManus ever tried to handle, and probably the strongest man of his size in the city, tore up things in the south end last evening. He was finally arrested by McManus and this afternoon was fined $1 and costs for drunk. Nungessor h?.s a western-horse that if about the limit. He undertook to drive it last evening, while under the influence of liquor. The horse object ed and threw him out After its cap ture the man made a wild ride about the south part of the city. He dashed back and. forth up South Twelfth street like a wild man driving in a race of fiends. He engaged in several encounters with his horse and was severely bitten. He was flnallv over taken by Patrolman McManus after he had returned to the barn. He obiect- ed to being arrested and it was not until after a long wrestling match that ne consented to become a captive. His driving and fight with the nniic. man were witnessed by a large crowd. McManus and Nunaessor rolled Bn over the alley in their combat The officer refained from the use of his club. City Statistics Deaths and Funerals. ALLEN Serena Allen died this morning at her home in Eaton. The remains will be brought to the home of her daughter, 230 South Seventh street Funeral announcements later. Marriage Licenses. Richard A. Welch and Aletha D. Owens, both of Richmond. Henry Harsh. Marshall county, and Carrie Belle Lawrence. , CentervUle. ' Omer Cheesman. Cambridge City, and Anna Larsh, Dublin. Arthur H- Plummer, Bagerstown, and Ida Lawson, Hageratown. ER IL1S T HUH FOR RENT Furnished room with board, centrally located; one or two gentlemen. T. L., Palladium. H-3t FOR RENT Furnished room; 42ST 10th. lS-7t FOR RENT Room furnished for kitchen and unfurnished bed room. Good location. Call 203 S. 7th. ' 18-tf FOR RENT Furnished room. 25 N! 16th. i-7t FOR RENT Flat, 26 N. 11th; enquire over 713 Main. Telephone 2179 or 3045. 14-tf FOR RENT Five room flat modern; 36 S. 11th St Call at 46 South 11th street. . 12-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms; pri vate entrance; 207 N. 9th. 16-tf FOR RENTY. M. CA. furnished rooms, cool, light, clean, shower baths, S1.25 per week and up. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22-tf LOST. L5s Laifes gold watch", Sunday1, between Dublin and Richmond. In itials R. C. M. on fob and engraved on the back. Return 118 N. 18th. Reward. 20-2t LOST Blue serge coat Please return to Frank Worley. 38 S. 13th St It FOUND. P5WrOn'Maln-" street near "tit black bead rosary. Owner call Coryells, Benton Heights or Boyer and School streets. 20-2t BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN, Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean: If you don't believe it try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf ELECTRIC WIRING. Keep cool and sweet by using Meer- noll baths and electric conveniences. 14-tf - SHOE REPAIRING. James Tartaglia 556 N. 13th. Prices: Mens half soling and heels 80c; ladies 60c; children's 50c 20-7t A CONDEMNED MAII MAKES All ESCAPE General Search for Him Was Ordered Today. Allentown, Pa., July 20. A univers al search was ordered today for Mar tin Laskowscl, who was to have been hanged next month for the murder of his sweetheart who claims to be a member of the Austrian nobility and who escaped once before from the Mauch Chunk jail, fleeing to Butte. Mont, where he married, but was be trayed by his wife. He was formerly head of the central railroad of N. J. detective department and broke the big Lansford coal strike in 1904. He escaped from Jail Monday. REFUSED TO WORK. Owing to the position in which It was placed, the picture machine at uien Miller park refused to work sat isfactorily last evening. A chance has been made and everything Is readv for the first performance which will be given this evening. ALL DREW FINES. Herbert Kelley. Ernest Kelley and Michael Sharklt were fined $1 and costs in city court this afternoon. They were arrested following a shout ing escapade at Eleventh and North D streets late Saturday night The two Kellers plead not guilty at first and retained counsel, but later changed their pleas. Prephetie Writers. ' When Sir Thomas More composed nis -Utopia" m 1514 the ideas ex pressed by hiss in it were many centu ries shesd of the period in which it was written.' Every boose in each of rne ttopian cities had a large garden, the working day was limited, titer were no taverns, no lawyers, and war was regarded as a brutal method of settllna disrates. Consfderlnc that M ore's day hygiene, labor restriction. temperance and international arbitra tion were unknown, this is a wonder- nii forecast. Lord Bacon in bis essays, civil and moral, expressed opinions so far in advance of his contemporaries that be nlmsell in; bis wiU foretold that they would not be understood or appreci ated until generations after his death. In practical science the most marvet ooalyprophetieX writer' was the Mar quis of, Worcester., who in his "Cen tury fijlaventiona.- published in 1083. described the staam'englne. the tele graph. ? the torpedo, the range finder, the hydraulic press, portable military pontoons, matches and many other things which hare come into use with in the last hundred jmnBL Jams ART GOOD. . " - Home Baking. Fancy Work and Stamping.' Haner's Art' Store. S. 11th. - 25-tf FISH MARKET. Muth's for fresh fish and turtles; 16 South 5th street Phone 1535. 26-tf DENTIST. DR. C. S. WILSON. Hittle Block. Special attention given to plate work. Phone 1532. 24-lmo BAKERY. SIX LARGE LOAVES of bread for 25 cents at Arnold's bakery, 29 N Sth St. 'Phone 2474. jun27-lmo MOTOR CYCLES. New and second hand. Waking & Co. 406 Main St Phone 2006. 22-tf UPHOLSTERING. Awnings and Upholstering J. H. Russel. 16 S. 7th St Phone 1793. marll-tf FOOT DOCTOR. A sure care for Corns. Kolllag, 30 8. 8th. Prof. H. H . tehlS-tt MEAT MARKET. Fresh Meats, Hams Bacon and Young Fries. Long Bros., Phone 2299 7-tf FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON. POHLMEYER & DOWN ING, 15 North Tenth. Phone 1335, Automobiles used for long distance calls. Private ambulance. 7-tX CLEANING AND PRESSING. FRED JONES at Friedgen's, 918 Main. Orders called for and delta ered; lowest prices; work guaran teed. Phone 2068. jun24-lmo Birds ef Distinction. The crow and the bird of paradise were talking about fane. "Why. you are so homely yon are only known to the farmers,n sneer the proud bird of paradise. "Now, I am so beautiful I have my feathers on the hats of the society women. The crow laughed sardonically. "That may be. my friend." he chuc kled, "bat I have my feet under their tyes." Chicago News. MATHEMATICAL SIGNS. Origin of P.'. n Minus, MultlpJleatiee The sisSLsflitlen is derived from tne initial ez5r.r the word "plus.' In making 'the capital, letter It wsj made more and mere ' carelessly nntfl the top part ."of the if p" waa finally placed, near' the center; hence the ptas sign as we know it was gradually reached. , The sign of subtraction was derived from the word "minus." The word was first contracted in m. n. sM wits a horizontal line above to Indicate that some of the letters had been left out At last the letters were emitted alto gether, leaving only the shore line. The multiplication sign was obtained by changing the plus sign into the let ter Mx." This wss done because mul tlplkation is but a shorter form of ad dition. Division was formerly indicated by placing the dividend above a borison- tal line and 'the divisor below. In or der to save space in printing, the dlvl dend was placed to the left and th divisor to the right. After years 01 "evolution" the two'"dV were omit ted altogether and simple dots set in the place of each. As vrith the others, the radical sign was derived from the Initial letter of the word "radix." The sign of equality was first used in the year 1557 by a sharp mathema tician, who substituted It to avoid fre quently repeating the words "equal to." St James' Gazette. - Insurance Blunders. The way in which application forms for Insurance are filled np are often more amusing than enlightening in the following excellent selections: . Mother died in infancy. Father went to bed feeling well and the next morning woke np dead. Grandfather died suddenly at the age of 102. Up to this time he bid fair to reach a ripe old age. Applicant does? not know anything about maternsl posterity except that they died at an advanced age Applicant dees not know cause of mother's death, but states that she fully recovered from her last illness. Applicant has never been fatally sick. , - - - Father died suddenly; nothing seii- Applicant's brother, who was sn in fant died when he was a mere child. Grandfatherdled from gunshot wound caused by an arrow shot by an Indian. . Applicant's ' frrternal parents died when he wan a child. Mother's elast Illness was . caused from chronic rheumatism, but she wis cured before death. British Medical Journal. ; - I A. small customer appeared at the grocery store, and the smiling, grocer asked him what he wanted. "Please, mister." said the boy. "I can't remember what oa sent me for. hot you can give me 2 cents' worth o peppermint candy, 'cause she saU I JLj o tf s G29 to CC9 Eccb 95 Down, SCc VJ&ti Riebnord Terrcte Located National Road, Just beyond Asylum Avenue. Indianapella er Carl, ham cars to the property; 12-mlnute rids; FARE FIVE CENTS. SPECIAL FREE CARS leave corner Main and Sth street at 9:00 and 2:00 daily, be ginning Thursday. July 22 to Aug. f, FREE CAR TICKETS at our office. Read our circular. Follow the crowd. J. W. WILBUR LAND CO, 921 Main. Street. Open Evenings. Rocsd Trip Co Vta The C C&IL Wctcsh ndlrcdJa. Tbors&y, Acj. 5 Train leaves Richmond 10 JO a. a. Free reclining chair cars will start from Richmond running direct to the Falls without change of cars, via Peru and the Wabash railroad. Stop over on the return trip at De troit Make reservations at once. Doable berth rate from Peru SLBO. Final return limit August IT. ; For particulars call , "'' C A. BLAIR. Pass, and Ticket Agent. - Richmond. Home Telephone 3063. POPULAR Via Chlosso. ClnelnRstJ Q LoulovKIo R. a Oso 1C00 $63.15 ... : . To SEATTLE. WASH, Rewnd Trip account of Alaska Tnkom Eapusl tion. Selling dates May to October. Final return limit October SlsL $15.20 ; To TORONTO, ONT, Round Trip, account of Canadian Nattoaal E position. Belling dates August XT to Sept t. Final return limit BepL 14th. $44.15 To SALT LAKE. UTAH.tewnr wtj account Grand Army Natl Encamp ment Selling dates August Sta, Sth. 7th and 8th. Final return limit 20 days. ' NIAGARA FALLS excursion Ansnst Sth. . ATLANTIC CITY Excursion via B. ok O.. Aug. 12th. i ATLANTIC CITY Excursion via a O., Aug. 19th. " OLD POINT COMFORT, VA, Excur sion via C. Jk O., July 27th. For reduced rates to points in North. East 8onth or West, call . C A. BLAIR. Pass Ticket Agti C, C ft L R. R, Home Phose 20(2. Richmond. lad. ULED uzxtzi Cc: tsi ESIcct Aprfl 11. ISO. STAUCffS t Lv , Em9 D D Cor caicaco is ssm " Tile Pern Ar. 1.1 Sp Mm 1.1 Sa Peru l.Mp I ts . 4-S Marlon 2.1 5p S IS. T.see S.tSp Munct. a.Slp .l T.kta iitlp Richmond ... -ep S.tln f.XSa l.fm Ct. Orove .... 4SJp S.Sta a.lta Cincinnati ... S.tOp 7.1eel )lS.l STATIONS -J I Lw 0 P I D jbami lfoilS Ct Grove . 9.SSa I S II tap 11 .sep ii Mm Richmond lreteJ esse Muncie . . , Mrion ... P.ru Ar. .. il.SOaJ LXSa X.l4a 2.13 rsia I.Ua Sfeltsee, sepjlt.se 1X.SOO LUM Peru ..... 2.es i.ap s.esa Chicago . . (13 th St. Station) etltal Tnh Chtcaare aa Clnrtnn.tL DesdOe enUy Nos. S and m between miraajs and Cut- Fine BurTet sen Ice ea trains 1 a. rmr xniu eoaaeeueae la- wrues cau " C A. BtATR. 1. e T. A. ctosae none xeex. "In spite of the lucky stone yon carry fa your pocket yon lost all year money and a slgn fen on yon and broke your arnt7 Tea. but wasn't It fortunate that X . had that lucky stone? Tfeis what right hare happened to me wiser-Chicago Post. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. keea the chaste."