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PAGE SEVEN.
TO REFORM SCHOOL
RATE
Branch Offices
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.
PALLADIUM
o o o
o o o
1 cent per word. 7 days for the
price of 5 days.
We charge advertisements sent in
by phone end collected for
after its insertion.
Young Harvey Davis Will Be
Returned to That In
stitution. Waot Ado Col mi mm mi
SETTLES BOY RELEASED
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1909.
For Yonar Convenience
LIST OF AGENCIE3.
Branch offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your
WANT ADS with the one nearest you. The rates are the same and you
will save a trip to the main office.
8outh of Main.
BRTJENING ft EICKHORN,
13th
and S. E street.
A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F.
HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H.
North of Main.
QTJIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N.
E St
CHILES ft SON, 18th and N. C St.
WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St.
JOHN J. GETZ, 10th and N. H St.
RATES
I cent per word 7 days for the pi ice of G days. We charge adver
tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion.
WANTED.
WANTED Young man and small hoy
for steady work; those living near
greenhouses preferred. Charles
Knopf Floral Co. 3-tf
WANTED Three furnished 1 or un
furnished rooms for light housekeep
ing. , Address K. L., care Palladium.
2-2t
WANTED Board and room by travel
ing man and wife. Permanent. Ad
dress A. E., care Palladium. 2-2t
WANTED Experienced farm hand.
PhnitA E144H1 2-7t
WANTED Married man to work on
farm. - Good place. Address. N. R.
Hunt, New Parts, Ohio, R. R. No. 1.
31-7t
WANTED 50 young persons to ar
range for a course In the Richmond
Business College during the open
ing week which Is from Aug. 30 to
Sept. 7. 30-7t
WANTED Men to learn barber trade
at once. Wonderful, demand for
graduates; top wages. Few, weeks
completes. Tools given. Can earn
some money from start Send for
Market Reports
; V NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS.
(By Cerrell and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton. Ohio.)
' New York, Sept. 3.
Open High Low C1or
L. ft N. .. .. .. .. .. (.'.. .. 151 152 151 152
Great Northern '.. ..153 154 153 154
Amalgamated Copper S4 S4 84 S4
American Smeltln 99 100 99 99
Northern Pacific 4.. .. ..156 156 155 156
U. S. Steel .... .. .. 79 80 78 80
U. S. Steelpfd. ....... .. ..126 127 126 127
Pennsylvania.... ... .. -.141 142 141 141
SL Paul ........ .. .. ..157 158 157 158
B. A O. .......... .117 118 117 118
New York Central . .138 139 138 138
Reading......... - -.161 162 161 161
Canadian Pacific ...... 182 .... .... 182
Union Pacific ..202 202 201 202
Atchison........... 118 120 118 120
Southern Pacific 129 123 128 129
Chicago.
CHICAOO GRAIN AND PROVISION.
(By Corrall and Thompson. Broker.
Baton 0.1
Chicago, Sept. 3.
Wheat.
Open HiKh Low Close
Sept ... 98 99. 98 98
Dec. ... 94 94 94 94
May ... 98V, 98 97 97
, " Con. "
Open Hign Low Close
Sept ... 66 66 66 66
Dec. ... 57 57 57 57
May ... 58 59 58 58
Oats.
Opiin High- Low Closi
Sept. ... 38 38 38 38
Dec ... 37 38 37 38
May. ... 40 40 40 40
Indianapolis Market.
REPRESENTATIVE SALES.
HOGS.
No.
26
6
46
00
CO
T2
SI
73
75
58
70
80
66
75
37
77
73
15
70
76
Av.
ioa
421
151
139
172
180
159
171
ISO
104
218
1S2
IDS
209
230
201
237
253
284
294
Dk. Prlr
$6-50
... 7.25
8.00
... S.10
120
8.10
8.10
R15
ais
8.15
8.13
8.15
8.1-0
S.20
&J0
8.20
8.2."t
8.25
E25
8.23
S.30
80
320
200
240
240
40
120
100
40
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK.
HOGS.
Best heavies $S.15$S.30
Good to choice .......... S.15 8.20
Best pigs .... ... . . . .... 7.00 7.50
HEST STEERS.
Good to choice steers ..... 6.50 7.25
Choice to fancy yearlings. 5.25 5.73
STOCK CATTLK.
Good to hvy feeding steers 4.50 4.75
Fair to good feeders .... 4.25 4.50
Inferior to choice stockers 3.00 4.50
Common to fair heifers . 2.50 3.25
HT7TCHEH CATTLR.
Good to choice heifers . ... 5.00 6.00
Central.
QTJIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4 th and
Main.
West Richmond.
JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave.
and West 1st.
GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W.
Main.
Fairview.
J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St.
catalogue. Moler Earner College.
Cincinnati, O. aug20-i"
WANTED To rent 5 room house in
good location by good reliable par
ty address "Renter," care Pallad
ium. 15-tf
WANTED If you want uouev i.i
place of your city property o 'arm.
go right to Po-.terfWd's Reai Ks
ate office. Kelley Block. Stb ami
Main. 14-tt
WANTED By local man, four young
men, married men preferred, having
had experience In soliciting adver-
Using; good money and steady posi
tions to the right parties, furnishing
reference; call between the hours
of 5 and 7 p. m. 303 North 9th St.
2-tf
Have your suit pressed once a week
at the rate of $1.00 per month. Rich
mond Dry Cleaning. Phone 1072.
14-lm
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and fire insur
ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block. 8th
and Main. 6-tf
Choice to fancy cows .... 3.75 4.75
VEAL CALVES.
Good to choice veal 6.00 S.50
Fair to heavy calves 3.00 7.25
SHEEP AND LAMBS.
Best yearlings . . 4.50 4.75
Good to choice sheep.. .. 4.O0 i.25
Good to choice lambs C25 7.00
Richmond Seed MarVet.
(Rune & Co.)
Timothy. .
Clover seed
.$1.90$2.00
. .50 5.80
Richmond Hay Market.
(Omar G. Wh!an.)
New timothy hay (loose) 910.00
Timothy hay (baled) $12.00
Mixed hay $10.00
New oats 3035c
Old oats per bu 45c.
New wheat per bu. . $1.00
Corn 70c
Richmond Grain Market.
(Richmond Holler Mills)
New wheat, per bu 98c
Corn, per bu 60c
Rye, per bu 80c
Bran, per ton $26.00
Middlings, per ton $28.00
Clover seed, per bu $5.50
Richmond.
CATTLK.
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hog, average 200 to
250 pounds.. .$7.00$7.50
Good to heavy packers . . 7.00 7.50
Common and rough C.75 7.00
Steers corn fed 4.75 5.25
Heifers 3J50 4.50
Fat cows 4 . . . . . . 3.50 4.00
Bulls 3.25 3.75
Calves 6.00 7.00
Lambs 6.50
PRICES FOR POULTRY.
(Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb. ..18c
Old chickens, per lb, .18c
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
(Paid by Bee Hive.)
Creamery butter, per lb ... ...31c
Country butter, per lb ........ 1820c
Eggs .... .... .... .... 20c
I J H I) u 1 4 l'H SI It 1 1 M
FOR SALE Rocf and bridge paint
Guaranteed live years. Retail at
mho'ftsaie prices. Clendenin & Co..
157 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 342.
Apr. 2 friLmon
FOR" SALE Large Garland" base
burner. Party has no use for same.
In use 2 years. Good as new. In
quire 101 S. 12th St. 3-lt
FOR SALE Piano bcx buggy .cheap.
Phone 3775. 3-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, a warm air fur
nace and pipes for C or 7 room
house. Seo Robt. L. Study, I. O. O.
F. Bldg. 2-5t
FOR SALE The Hill farm, 107 acre3.
well improved, three miles clzI of
Richmond on New Paris pike. 12
room house, two bams, runr.fr.:?
water. Price low. II. R. Kchin
son trustee. 1-tf
FOR SA L E All "we! OnoVhton"cc:jt
brands, surh a3 Wm. Penn, Y. 13..
Torn Moore, etc. Fcltn-.an'e cigar
store, U09 Main. Wholesale and re
tail. 1-tf
FOR SALEFartory"Tebmir Reming
ton and Smith-Premier typewriters.
$:52..V. Guaranteed like new. .T'."l
N. Capitol avenue, Indianapolis. l-7t
FOR SALE Seed' wheit," 1.000 bush
els cx'.ra fine F.eA Fultz, at Carpen
ter's Mills, Plicne 20! 3.
23-scd-lwk
FOR sXLL'--One-tEd Fcrs e p o w er
electric motor, d'rect curre.it.
Fhone 3133. 31 tf
FOR SALE Male pigs tPoiland
China). A. II. Pyle, G103C. R. R.
No. 4. 31-14 1
FOR SALE-Second , hand furniture.
stoves, etc.. at chsan prices. 10o0
Main. Phone 177S. 24-tf
A "desirable home off 8
Rooms, Bath, Furnace,
Electric Li hts, Both Kind
of Gas and a gocd Barn.
204S. 12 6tff
FOR SALE Sideboard just arrived:
bargains. Antique Furniture Co.,
519 Main. 26-tf
CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK.
Cincinnati, Sept. 3.
Cattle Receipts, 933; fair to good ship
pers, $5.25(g$G.15.
Hogs Receipts, 2,2.10; butchers and
shippers ?S.308.3f.
Sheep Receipts, 2,420; tops.
Lambs, $7.50.
.$1.25.
EAST BUFFALO.
East Buffalo, Sept. 3.
Cattle Receipts, 75; tops, ?7.
Veals Receipts, 0W; tops, $10.
Sheep Receipts, 5,000; tops, $5.
Lambs, S.
Hogs Receipts, 8,000; tops, $3.70.
CINCINNATI; GRAIN.
Cincinnati. Sept. 3.
Wheat
Corn
Oats ,
Rye
.$L10
.. -71c
.38c
. . -71c
Indianapolis Grain.
Indianapolis, Sept. 3.
Wheat .$1.00
Corn 09
Oats 37 Vj
Rye 69c
TOLEDO GRAIN.
Toledo, Sept. 3.-
Wheat
Corn ...
.$1.09
.71c
.39V.se
.. .60c
Oats
Rye
PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK,
Pittsburg, Sept 3.
Cattle Receipts light; tops $G.C5.
Veals Receipts, light; tops, $9.50.
Hogs Receipts, S loads; tops, $S.55.
Sheep Receipts light; tops, $4.05.
Lambs, $7.25.
Lc4.",:5 Cr.. icl Lsbar.
The convict lease system is a bad
heritage. There may nave been a time
when no other provision was feasible,
but that time has now passed, and the
southern states show excellent judg
ment in working toward ending the
system. It ia probably wiser to effect
this gradually, as in the Florida case,
than It would be to attempt a radical
step at great cost and against great
opposition. Georgia has reformed its
convict system, but has not yet done
away with tbe chain gangs, though
the convicts are no longer farmed out
as before a reform which was effect
ed perhaps much by tbe disclosure of
the frauds Inflicted on the state as by
consideration for the prisoners. The
scheme of leasing convicts from the
state and then subletting them at a
handsome margin of profit made a
large scandal In Georgia and cost sev
eral political and business reputations.
Boston Advertiser.
Unfair Methods Squelched.
The right to organize a local union
in any locality where either organiza
tion already has a local union has
been denied to both the International
Association of Steam Fitters and tbe
United Association of Plumbers. Gas
and Steam Fitters at a recent meeting
of the executive council of the build
ing trades section of tbe A. F. of I
j Pamzl:
. Be sure to nse Gold Medal Floor. -
WANT AD
ETTE
K LIST
Trie following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ada. received at tbis of
fice. Acvertisers xl'A confer a preit
favor by cailinjr for nail in nosf tr
to (he'r nils. Mail at this office uy to
13 nooii todsy as follows:
A
Farm Hand
Fairy
K. L.
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
-1! mail not called for wfthin That
time wi.: be cast out.
FOR SALE Watches. Bicycles. J. M
Lsicey. pawn broker; Eighth and!
Main. lS-tf I
Wait a Minute, fasten your eye on
Feltman's Cisar Store. k9 Main
rtrcet. Anything in Cigars, Tobac
cos and Pipes. l-l-:f
FOR SALE
& Co.
Mil! wor.i. c. W.
Kr8ir.iT
29 :f
FOR SALE Excellent steamboat ac
orirnodntiens from IVs'timoro t"
1'remen, fiorxatjy. luuis N. Koll.
710 .Alain St. 23-tf
P-R SALE OR'TRAOn- -An idenlTa"
b'lrban home suitable for r.-Mlr.g
farmtr 01 business man. Phone
313G. 27-tf
FOR oENT
FOR RENT Eisiit room hous3 with
bath; 203 S. 11th. Inquire at Peter
Husson's .grocery. 3-2t
poR -
address C, care Palladium
3-2t
FOR RENT
B.
Furnished room, 1114 N.
3-3t
POR RENT Five room house, 534 N.
19th. 2-3t
FO RRENT Furnished front room;
bath and phone. 132C Mafn St. l-7t
FOR RENT 3 unfinished rooms
ground floor, 29 S. lCth. 2-3t
TORRENT y7M7cr A. furnished
rooms, cool, light, clean, shower
baths, $1.25 per week and up.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat.
McKinley's Tomb at Canton, Ohio
EDUCAi;
tiilNERS.
Lehigh Cwmpany's Experimental School
a Success.
General Manager S. D. Warriner of
the Lehigh Valley Coal company of
Wllkesbarre. Pa., says that the expert
mental school for miners, established
just a year ago by the company at
Lost Creek, has been so sm-cessful tb.it
the company Is preparing to open
schools iu other p!aits. The school
was estahliabed by the Lehigh Valle.-s
Coal company for the benefit of al!
classes of its employees, from foreman
down to doorbuys and slate pickers
There are hundreds of thee employees
who have had the ambition, but not the
means, to acqaire the training of n
mining engineer. For them a course
at college is out of the question. Ta
new school, with a regular Instructor
and with the aid of a correspondence
course, is desigued to take the place
far as possible of a college training.
lt is in line with the scheme recom
mended by the committee of foreign
experts who came to this country last
year to study condition in the mine.
A building formerly used for offices
was converted into a scboolhouse.
Desks and chairs were put in. maps
and pictures were hung on the walls,
and periodicals devoted to mining sub
jects were subscribed for. The total
number of mine workers enrolled was
divided into two sections, eacb of
which met at stated times in the even
ings. In addition to the instructor em
Plojred pj the csmuany. severaJmuiirs
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
feb?2tf
LOST.
LOST Bundle of clothes tied up in
quilt, between Richmond and Mid-
dleboro. Return to or notify Ben
nett's Middleboro pike. Reward.
3-lt
MISCELLANEOUS.
i SPECIAL MUSIC Saturday night by
the Winsor Hotel Orchestra. Tur
tle Eouy served to patrons.
9-ev-frl-7t
; CHARLES WARD, violin instructor.
Fall class now organizing. Studio
20 North 21. Phone :5!7!. l-7t
PJR A COOL SMOKE go to Felt
man's for a Turkish Water Pipe.
! Price 50c. 609 Main St. 30-tf
! BUSINESS CLASSHFIED
INSURANCE.
MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile sud
Fire ' InPur.tncrf, Bonds. Loans and
Rentals. Ronm 10, I. O. O. F. Bldg.
13-tf
LAUNDRY.
Dirty clothes made clean: if you don't
believe it, try us. Richmond Steam
Laundry. Phone J 251. feb23-tf
Phone 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun
dry at 18 N. 9th. Work guaranteed.
aug25-tf
ART GOODS.
Home Baking, Fancy Work and
Stamping. Haner's Art Store, 8
S. 11th. 25 tf
BICYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES.
Bicycle and Motor Cycle Repairing;
Waking & Co., 406 Main. Phone
2006. 23-tf
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
WILSON. POHLMEYER & DOWN
ING. 15 North Tenth. Phone 1335.
Private ambulance. 28-tl
experts cauw ii t'ue school upon uvi
tation aad delivered lectures.
A strict record of the performanceis
In tbe school U kept and is forwarded
every month to tbe general maaager
of tbe coiupuuy. In this way tbe man
agement is enabled to know which uf
Its employees deserve promotion. Tbe
man who shows tbe most zeal and
ability in tbe school is most apt to
win his way to a position of responsi
bility. it is probable that tbe success of
tbe Lost Creek school will lend to tbe
establishment elsewhere of other In
stitutions of the xanie kind. In bi
official report tbe chief of the Penn
sylvania department of mines says
that a large proportion of fatalities
are due to tbe ignorance or careles
nes of miue workers. Education is
held to be tbe purest preventive of ac
cidents of that kind.
MANY WERE INJURED
(American New service)
Altoona, Pa Sept. 3. Nineteen
young men and women, all members of
an excursion party on a hay wagon,
were run down and seriously Injured
today by a Pennsylvania freight train
near Williamsburg. The driver of;
the wagon tried to get across ' the
tracks in front of the train, but was
not quick enough.
OotDRii:
Gold Medal Floor Is cheapest It's best,
too more loaves to the sack. Etrmu.
UPHOLSTERING.
J. H. RUSSELL. 16 South 7th SireeL i
Phone 1793. Repair work a spec -j
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
Call on Fred Jones at Frledgen's
clothing store. Phone SOfiS, to have
your suit cleaned and pressed.
Prices right. Work guaranteed.
15-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
WARM your home with hot water or
steam. Have you seen the Under
feed Heater. It uses slack coal to
perfection. See it at Meernorr s.
S. Oth.
MERCHANT DELIVERY.
Wm. Ileiger. headquarters Conkey
Drug Co. Phone 1904 or 1231. 21-30t
ELECTRIC WIRING.
By competent man. Perfect satisfac
tion. Work guaranteed. Repair
work of all kinds. Chas. Davis, 244
Pearl street. Phone 3239. 30-7t
STEEL FOLDING BED
and
MATTRESSES
Something entirely new. Sanitary
J. B. HOLTHOUSE
530 MAIN.
Tna 4-.,n.m.n s Club.
"Club J a word we have taken
over from the EnglUh language. But
only tne word slo tbe club cnalr per
haps but not the Institution, for
whereas In Oermany a club is a society
of kindred people, of friends, all know
ing eacu other thoroughly and gather
Ins at I be club to dine, play or chat
all witb all. it em lu England the
place where one keep as carefully to
himself as possible and where mem
bers of thirty years standing do not
know eacb other. A German in
London Mall. ;
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY.
i - -
WILL BE IMPORTANT
The Quarterly Meeting of White
water Friends tomorrow morning at
East Main Street Friends church will
be the most Important of the year as
yearly reports from the different
monthly meetings will be heard and
handed down for the approval of the
Yearly meeting which convenes Sept.
22nd. -
EcrnaAsia.
Tou can't fail with Gold Medal Flocr.
Nona.
Announcement
We beg to announce the
Hittle Block, Richmond, no
Schwenke. The office will
with our head office in Chi
for the execution of inrestm
Bonds, Chicago Grain, Provisic
dianapolis securities. Our
be marked by prompt an y pair
entrusted to us.
EUGENEfUI
Member
222 LaSaite
Harvey Davis, who has confessed to
the robbery of the Alfred Underbill
riathinr store, will b retimed tn the
wforra schoo! at P,aInf!eld Immediate-
stltution was sent for and will prob
ably arrive tomorrow to take the boy
back with him. Davis was released
from Plainfield about a year ago on
parole. The police bare mad no
other arrests in connection with the
robbery but they are working on sev
eral clues and assert that they are
gradually rounding up the sane of
culprits. The robbery of Leo Flhe's
drug store remains a mystery and the
police are still In the dark In regard.
to tnat matten
It was stated in the Palladium rea-
; terday that Charles Settles, the young
boy who was arrested yesterday be
lieved to have been implicated In the
Underhill robbery on East Main street
last Saturday night, bad admitted bis
guilt and confessed to the theft. 8uch
a report was erronous however. Young
Settles stoutly maintained bis inno
cence at all times and this morning
he was released from custody. The
boy has always borne an excellent
reputation in this community and was
able to prove a complete alibi.
City Statistics
Marriage Licenses.
William Amber and Miss I via Par
ry, both of Richmond.
Herbert J. Buening and Miss Fran
cis Gertrude Myers, both of Richmond.
Carpenters and Jaiitera.
Permanent beNdqvartera have
opened by tbe United States district
committee of tbe Amalgamated lscls
ty of Carpenters and Joiners In New
York.
In forty-nine years the Amalgamated
Society of Carpenters and Joiners has
disbursed S10.3O&82O In benefits of
various kinds. Of that sum SStMOtflS
was paid to unemployed members. $4,
329.015 to sick members. $434,775 to
members who suffered from accidental
injuries incurred while at work. I7C3.
140 in funeral benefits. fl.S41.205 la
strike benefits and $2,10006 to old
age pensioners. There are 2,717 mem
bers on tbe netudon list. 810. or 30 psr
cent, of that number being: over ser
enty years of age, Tbe organisation
has a total membership of 6L220, of,
whom 5XT73 are affiliated with the
United States district.
' If food is' scorched In tbe cooking
remove the pan from tbe store aad
place lt In a larger pan of cold water.
Then place a dish towel over tbo pan.
Tbe towel will absorb atl the scorched
taste from tbe steam, and when placed
on tbe table there will be no taste of
tbe scorching.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF PERSONAL
PROPERTY.
The undersigned, executor of the
last will of Mary B. 1 Starr, hereby
gives notice that by virtue of the pow
er of said will conferred, and under
order of the Wayne Circuit Court of
Wayne county. Indiana, said executor
will on Saturday. September 25. 1000.
at the court house door in the City of
Richmond, Indiana, offer for sale at
public sale tbe following described per
sonal property:
Five shares ot the capital stock of
the Richmond Country club of the face
value ot ten dollars per share; Two
and one-halt shares of the capital
stock of the Chandelier and Art Brass
Works of Richmond. Indiana, of the
face value of one hundred dollars per
share; Twenty shares of the preferred
stock of Marshall-Rost-Bartel company
ot Richmond. Indiana, of the face val
ue of fifty dollars per share; One half
share of tbe capital stock of the Co
lumbia Club of Indianapolis, Indiana,
of the face value of one hundred dol
lars per share; Fifty shares of the pre
ferred stock ot the Atlas Engine
Works of Indianapolis, Indiana, of the
face value of fifty dollars per share.
Also ten bonds for one thousand
dollars each of the Chicago, Cincin
nati and Louisville Railroad company,
each dated July 1, 1908. with Interest
at the rate of 4 per cenL per annum
payable semi-annually on January 1
and July 1 of each year; one gold
watch, one gold watch and chain; one
diamond pin. Sale to begin at ten
.'.lAk CU mkM tn ttt an-
proval of the Wayne Circuit Court, and
upon the following terms: Cash In
hand on day of sale. -
DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY
Executor
A, M. GARDNER, Attorney. ? -
27-3-10-1T
ling ofvbur branch office in the
the management of Mr. George A.
ted by direct private wire
d every facility is provided
ers In New York Stocks,
and Cotton as well as in In-
tlon of your patronage will
taking execution ot all orders
ELLE Ct CO.
Ot.
CHICAOO

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