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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AD SUN-TELEGRA3I, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1909.
PAUE ELEVEX. For Your. Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. Brancn offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yow- The rates are the same and yoa 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. QUIOLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. E 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 pilce of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion. WANT AD LETT The followln3 are replies to Palla dium Want Ade. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall In answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Cottage 2 Owner 1 Exchange 2 O. F 2 Farm 1 K 3 Mail will be kept for 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time wi;; be cast out WANTED. WANTED Housekeeper in a family of three. Address "Housekeeper," care Palladium. 27-7t WANTED Vise and lathe hands in machine shop. Richmond Mfg. Co. 19-tf WANTED Canvassers: $:i per day. Call before 8 a. m., or after 5 p. m.. Vi: N. (ith St. 30-7t NORTH POLE discovered by Ameri cans. Cook's own story and Peary's expedition. Of thrilling interest. Going like wild fire? Outfit free. Big terms. Act quick'. .' Ziegler Co., 267 Fourth St., Philadelphia. ' 2-3-5-7 WANTED Girl for general house work; no washing; call 1901 Main. Phone 364S. 2-2t WANTED Union , carpenters at the new High School building, corner of North 9th and B streets. 28-tf . WANTED Work by women by the day. Address 1517 N. B St. 2-2t WANTED Girl to do housework at j once. .Call 227 N. 10th St. 21-tf p WANTEi) Men to learn Barber trade", i ; Few yeeks completes. Thoroughly ESI LIST 'FESTIVAL WEEK We will give exceptional bargains in household goods, such as stoves, furni ture, carpets, rugs, etc. These are bargain days so come and take advant age of these prices. STOVES. No. 18 Hotblast, worth $25, Festival price.. .. No. 16 Hot blasts worth. $22,. Festival price .. . No. 14 Hotblast, worth $20 Festival price .. Steel Ranges worth $45, Festival price Steel Ranges worta $40, Festival price i - i ; FURNITURE. Sideboards worth $20, Festival price $18.00 Sideboards worth $17, Festival price $15.00 Sideboards worth $15.50, Festival price .. ..$14.00 Chiffoniers worth $12, Festival price $10.00 Chiffoniers worth $17, Festival price. j $15.00 Princess Dressers $10 and up. t j RUQS AND DRUGGETS. t jAxrainster Druggets 9x12 worth $25, Festival price $22.00 JHrussel Druggets " orth $25, Festival price $22.00 Velvet Brussel Runs Jl.lO and up. Cash cr payments. . " J. B, -HOLTHOUSE, ' 530 MAIN. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS V Ada J. Harned to Margaret B. Mc Caffrey, lot 4. Block 6, Cambridge City, ,W. R. S. R., $660. )-K - in Lorenzo S. Dale to Margaret B. Mc jCaffrey, lot 3, block 6, Cambridge City, v673. f V Wayne Int Bldg & Loan Assc'n to Rachel Rybolt, lots 31-32, block 2, Cambridge City, W. R., S. R., $775. ? Wayne Int .Bldg. & Loan Assc'n to IjroTer Rybolt,' lots 30, Block 2; Cam Uidge City,' $100. -fjf Y Chas. H. Sterrett to Sophia M. Ster- mt, Pt lot 43, Lamb & Bos low's Add. pity, $1.00. Wm. Cooper to John Flatley,' Pt. gf-17-14. Webster Twp., $7,000. Jas. C- Starr to Chas. P. Starr, Pt. M. W. and N. E., 3&4-12-1, and 33-34-13- Boston Twp., $1,000. .CJiasJ Ferguson to Hazel F. Kirlin, lots 3-4, Block 13, Milton, $1,000. ' Emily 1L Dill to Melissa J. Ross, Central. QU7GLEY DRUG STORE. 4th 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 practical training. Moler graduates command highest wages. Our di plomas recognized everywhere. Shop experience and wages before com pleting. Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O. 17-t WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night School for men. Practical classes now en rolling. 28-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfield's Real Es tate office. Kelley Block, 8th and Main. 14-tf See Mrs. Hiser about Shorthand and Bookkeeping. Terms cheap. 33 S. 13th St Phone 2177. sept8-tf WANTED Stoves blackened, let up and furnaces cleaned. 1030 Main. Phone 1778. iJO-tf WANTED To trade Richmond proper ty for farm. Give or take differ ence. Address Trade, care Palladi um. l-7t WANTED House cleaning to do by vacuum cleaning process. Call Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phone 1016. 1-lmo FOR SALE. JPOR..S ALE City-property and farms, . merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Fine-new-slirburban7five or six room cottage. Electric lights, large lot, on city car line. Bargain. Care Palladium. 2-2t NEEDLES, Oils and Repairs for all machines; new machines for sale and rent; 530 Main street; phone 2190. R. M. Lacey. july27 tues&sun tf FOR SALE-14-inch 20th Century Hot Blast. Al condition, $8.00. 331 3. W. 3d St. F. A. Kennepohl. 3-lt FOR SALE Favorite cook stove, 3- ..$20.00 ..$1S.00 ..$16.00 ..$40.00 . .$35.00 Pt lot 300-301, Elizabeth Starr's add. city, $3,500. Fred Besselman to Jno. W. Veregge, lot 60, Sarah Sanders' add city, $250. Caleb "B. Jackson to P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. Co., S. E. 23-16-13, Center Tp., $222.80. Addie Hill Moser to P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. Co., Lot 10, Block 13, Cam bridge Ciy. W. R., S. R., $50. Joseph B. Borton to Robt B. Miller lots 21-22, Webster, $700. Andrew S. Brooks to Leslie Tucker et al., lot 10 Baumer & Glick's sub. city, $3,000. James Cook to Wayne Township, Pt N. W-. 1.6-13-1, Wayne fT-. $200r ' . Elizabeth C Sudhojff, to . Fred E. Thompson, et fel. PtT lot 48, Bickle & Laws' Add., city, $3,200. Linneus Reece to Wm. H. Atkinson et al, Pt S. W. 25-1S-14; Pt. N. W. 36-18-14, New Garden Twp., $5,900. Ellas G. Cook to Laura Mansfield et al., Pt lot 2S, C. T. Price's Add. city. $1,850. Emil Ebert to Alonzo R. Feemster, Pt N. W, and S. W. 27-16-12, Jackson Twp , $1160, Robt M. Graham et al to Wilson T. burner hot plate and oven; woven wire bed springs, 127 S. lath. Phone 1327. .'il-lt FAIL BIPIIT For bargains in Real Estate will be found at 616 Main St. When it comes to properties eithe- as an investment or a home you can't find better than those listed with.me. Two 7 room modern houses with bath and furnace complete, will sell cheap for cash. Double house, rents for $11 per side, can be bought for $22 in the next ten days. Must raise the money. 7 room modern house on South J 2th St. with laundry in basement, bath and furnace, $3,200. Good 8 room house with 40 foot lot, on South 4th street, cement walks, electric light. This can be bought for $3,200. Special bargain in a building lot. All improvements on street, cement walks and gutters with 40 foot front. $325 cash. 616 MAIN. Phone 4058. Res. Phone 2458 Texas land, Kansas land, Indiana farms, large and small. About every thing that is for sale in Richmond. Some special homes on East Main St The best investments. Business prop ositions of several kinds. If you want to buy or sell real estate you make no mistake to go to Porterfae KELLY BLOCK, 8TH AND MAIN. FOR SALE New cradle andjnattress Cheap. Call 26 N. 11th. fcji'S 2-3t FOR SALE Baby cab and robe; 527 N. 19th." ' 2-7t FOR SALE Fine new suburban, five FESTSm (GEO. 1. IIME en. fit FURNITURE BARGAINS To buy your household goods at the lowest possible price you will have to buy of the house under the least expense. For that house you will have to see us as we are out of the high rent district and are not under the ex pense of the uptown stores. Our goods are of the best and the lowest price. Cold weather means you need a stove Heating Stoves. $3.00 up. Ranges, $20.00 up. Cook Stoves, $10.00 up. ' Kitchen Cabinets. $10.K up. Sideboards, $14.00 up. Bed room. Dining room. Parlor furniture of all kinds. You cannot get better elsewhere. Cash or Payments. Weiss Antkj ue Feraltunre Co 510 Main Marquis, Pt. lot 1, block 2S, Cam bridge City, W. R. S. R., $1. Frank L. Street to John N. B?aver, lot 33, Parry's Add. City, $1. John L. Weyl-to Esther Fouts, Pt. 34-1S-13, Perry Twp., $3,000. John L. Weyl &t al. to Wilson B. Fouts, Pt N. W. 3-17-13, Perry Twp., $6,S00. Guss H. Weyl to Wilson B. Fouts, Pt S. W. 34-18-13, Perry township, $3,200. Jas. McNeill to Jos. H. Githens, lot 72, C. W. Ferguson's add. city, $7,500. Wayne Works to Walter W. Schultz et al.. lots 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-10-11-12-13, D. W. Marmon's add. city, et al real?estate, $1 - Oliver L. Voris to Linn RMfce et al. Pt frac. 1-17-14 and Pt &2-17- 14, New Garden, $5,000. John W. Veregge, to Henry W. Ver egge, lot 60 Sarah Sanders' Add. city, $1.00. Henry W. Veregge to Anna F. Ver egge, lot 59, Sanders Add. city. $275. Henry W. Veregge to Anna F. Ver egge, lot 60, Sarah Sanders' Add. city, $250. Wza. H. HoUigaa to Mary E. Mo- or six room cottage, electric lights, large lot, on city tar line;address Bargain, care Palladium. 2-2t FOR SALE Angora goats, broke to harness. Glen Miller Stock yards. 27-7t FOR SALE Modern 7 room house; call at 510 S. 10th. 25-tf FOR SALE Watches at J. M. Lacy's Loan office, 721 Main street. 17-tf FOR S ALE Wal k Lum be r" C Kramer & Co. 29-tf FO RSALE Extra good Shrop. male lambs. Mait Starr, Boston, Ind 24 D, R. R. No. 2. 17-tf FOR SALE Second hand furniture, stoves, etc., at cheap prices. 1030 Main. Phone 1778. 24-1 f FOR SALE Dressed curb stone suit able for building. Telephone 1247 or 2360. 29-tf FOR SALE Mission buffet, China Cabinet, Gas Range, Sanitary Lounge, Mattress, Tables, Chairs, Desk, Refrigerator, Settee, etc. 215 North Tenth. 29-7t FOR SALE Excellent steamboat ac commodations from Baltimore to Bremen, Germany. Hans N. Koll, 716 Main St. 29-tf MODERN HOUSES with all conven iences, one in the South End and other on West Side. Prices right. 529 Main. Phone 1390. 28-tf FORTSALE New Colt 20 light Acety lene lighting machine, guaranteed perfect. Meerhoff, the plumber, 9 S. 9th. 1-1 f FORTSALE-Columbus phaeton, fine condition; new handmade harness. 47 S. 18th. l-7t FOR-SALE One-third horse power electric motor, direct current. Phone 3133. 31-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE An Ideal su burban home suitable for retiring farmer or business man. Phone 3136. 27-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE 7-room house and li acres of ground in Lynn, Ind. Address L., care Palladium. 30-7t And every week in either city or farm property. Fall Festival week will be a good time, to call and see what we have on our list. 160 acre farm, one of the best in Wayne county, mostly bottom land, within 2 miles of Richmond. This will go at a bargain if sold within 30 days. 9 room brick house located central ly on fine corner lot For sale or will rent 10"oni mod ern house, good barn, with 3 acres fine ground. Will exchange for smal ler property. Beckwith & Chessmraae OVER 716 MAIN ST. Street. Inerney. lots 22-23-24, Cambridge City, W. R. S. R.. $50. Maggie Fry to Esther J. Buffkin, Pt Lot 12, C. W. Starr s Add. City, $7,500. John Wigger to Harold Moore, Pt N. W. 29-18-14, New Garden; $11,000. Hannah Custer to Angeline Woods, lots. 1-2, block 12, Cambridge City, $150. Lewis E. Leonard to Herman F. Pil grim, kt 258, Haynes Add city, $500. At the conclusiv-n of a children's performance at Old Meldnxm an ele phant proceeded along a narrow path with a pail its trunk for the pur pose of procuiing water from a pump. A little girl chncei to get in the ani mal's way, and, the-road being only wide enough to Accommodate his sub stantial body, th elephant laid down the pail, picked Bp the child with his trunk and gently ufted her to a place of safety, afterwwd resuming his journey to the pump-for the -water-Westminister Gazette. Animals That Wever Drink. j.ne llamas oi lrauuia stud, the gazelles of i be far f t never drink a crop i of water. mm ie EL Real Estate, Irnsinrainice If you want to buy, sell or rent a property, or want Insurance of any kind you will find me over 626 Main St. Phone 1332. where I shall be pleased to answer any and all calls and attend to any and all business promptly. 626 MAIN ST. FOR RENT, FOR RENT Nice 5 room cottage, centrally located. John E. Peltz, ov er 626 Main street. Phone 1332. 3-3t FOR RENT Six room house with bath, 211 W. Pearl. Apply 204 S. 12th. Phone 2477. 3-tf FOR RENT OR EXCHANGE for dou ble house, new seven room brick. 521 South Eleventh. 3-lt FOR RENT Five room flat, modern. 38 S. 11th street. 2-tf FOR RENT Two or three rooms, fur nished or unfurnished. 123 N. 17th street 2-2 1 FOR RENT Furnished double room, electric light, hot water heat, bath; 100 North 7th street upstairs. 2-2t FOR RENT 3 rooms, ground floor; 280 Ft Wayne Ave. 2-2t FOR RENT Stable and carriage shed. 207 N. 12th. 2-3t PGR RENT New, modern house of seven rooms. Inquire 221 South 6th St. 24-tf FOR RENT Five room house, $ 8. Phone 313C. 22-ff FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat, with bath for cents, at the Grand. feb22-tf FOR RENT New seven room house with all modern conveniences. 122 S. 5th. $20.00 per month. Call 221 S. 6th. 30-tf LOST. LOST Small brown pocketbook con taining some money and street car tickets. Return to Palladium. Re ward. 2-2t MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE George B. McClellan wishes to notify his wall paper customers to call him over Phone 12S8 or 300 S. 13th. 2S-7t F"OR"EXCHA"NGEBiclxle7l010model fully equipped, cost for Under wood or Standard typewriter, in good condition. Address A. Bicycle, care Palladium. 3-lt WE grind shears, knives, razors and all kinds of repairing as baby cabs Some harr.cui Doctors. Morgagni. the founder of modern pathology, was an Italian. Auenbrug ger. Inventor of physical diagnosis, was an Austrian, .lenner. the discoverer of vaccination, and Lister, father of modern surgery, were Englishmen Schwann, originator of the cell doc trine, and Koch, who isolated the bacil lus of tuberculosis, are credited to Gsrmaoy; O'Dwyer, inventor of intu bation, and Wright, who worked out the theory of opsonis. which teaches how the blood fights disease, to Ire land. Pasteur, father of preventive medicine, who taught the world the causes of sickness and demonstrated that oo one need die of parasitic dis eases, wa -horn in Franc. Before sentencing a man at the Lon don sessions to eighteen month's im prisonment for stealing a dog the chairman- said if he had stolen the collar, which was less valuable, he could have been sent to penal servi tude. There were twenty-one previous convictions against him, all for steal ing dogs, ; mm L Kill Baby tacMbator Hanufactured by the Petaluina Incubator Co., on EXHIBITION During Fall Festival Week, Everybody Invited. PILGRIM BRQ 529 MAIN STREET, and Bicycles, etc. Co., 1022 Main St Brown, Darnell Phone 1036. 3-3t 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 dont believe it, try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf Phone 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun dry at 18 N. 9th.- Work guaranteed. aug25-tf BICYCLES AND MOTOR 'CYCLES. Bicycle and Motor Cycle Repairing; Waking St Co., 406 Main. Phone 2006. 23-tf HOME BAKING. Miller & Davidson, Bake-shop, 1032 Main, for home-baking. Ready for business Thursday. Phone 1058. - - - 2 7t UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street Phone 1793. Repair work a SDeo- lalty. 11-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. On to .Richmond I Prices of good farm lands are on the upward trend Now is the time to close a deal for farm land. Don't put It off. Come and see me if you would find bargains. Watch this list: . SO acres for $4,000. 120 acres for $9,500. .160 acres for $12,800. 200 acres for $16,000. 240 acres for $20,000. Forties and less at prices that will move them. Locations from one ts 100 miles of Richmond. - - Are you alert for your own interests, if not, wake up. The name of the man who has the most farms in the county for SALE is J. ED MOORE, OFFICE OVER 6 N. SEVENTH ST. - The term thi iu? ' is utnl to de note excessive routine and formality in tbe management of official affairs, a servile adherence to precedent Be fore the invention of the. modern ap pliances of elastic bands, file holders and other means of securing paper? all official documents were bound with red ribbons or tapes. The necessary delay cauti by the undoing of tapes by slow moving government officials before business could be transacted came at length to stand as representa tive of all delays. Moaidlaiy Our Art Store will be open to the public. Our line of Pictures. Frames, Moldings. Art Novelties and Artists' Materials Is unsurpassed and special attention will be given tp Picture Framing. . " - . ; We have at our command aa efficient staff of artists who will furnish us with the highest class water colors, oils, and hand-painted china. A visit to our store will convince the art-loving public of oar taste in things beautifuL Richmond Ari Co- 14 Otta. St. ... AUTO LIVERY ... Hour or Trip. HOLINE SALES CO. C. A. Piehl. 922 Main. Phone 1633. Res. Phone 420S. AUCTIONEER. FAT BLACK, graudate auctioneer. Phone 5109 G. Centerrillo R. R. No. 10. 22-14t REAL ESTATE. For Reliable First Mortgage Loans, see Thompson, 710 Main. 27-7t REAL ESTATE. Now for good 12 Renters. Se Thompson. 710 Main. 27-7t FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON, POHLMEYEK DOWN ING, 15 North Tenth. Thone 1335. Private ambulance. 28-tf ADDITIONAL WANTS. WANTED Men to sell our safe super ior satisfactory policies. Men of abil ity wanted; liberal commissions. National Casualty Co., C. A. Olinger, Dlst Mgr., 18 South 8th St TuesASun WANTED All persons suffering from piles or any form of rectal ailment, write me for free trial of Positive painless Pile Cure. S. U. Tarn ay. Auburn, Ind. ., 4eod-ti His Normal Stat. He I feel like a fool tonight 8 be So glad you've recovered. Bostam Transcript PALLADIUM WANT AOS. PAY. STOCKS GRAIN EUGENE PURTELLE A CO. Members Chicago' Board of Trade. St, Louis Merchants Exchange, New York Stock Exchange .Correspondents. Execute orders on all leading ex changes. Direct priTate wires best possible 'service. Head office 222 La Salle street. Chicago. RICHMOND OFFICE: Room 2 Hittl Block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Mgr. ' Fone Automatic 2330. 7 i