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.THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUN'-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1909.
PAGE SEVER
. Braech-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.
For Yoyr Coeveeleoce
LI8T OF AGENCIES.
Eraccn 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.
South of Main.
BRUENING & EICKHORN, 13th
and 8. E street.
JL W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F.
HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H.
North of Main.
QUIGLEY DRUG STORS. 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 pi Ice of G days. We charge adver
tisements sent In by phone and collect after Its Insertion.
WANTED.
WANTED Men to learn Barber
trade. Few weeks completes. Prac
tical experience from start Care
ful instructors; tools given; diplo
mas granted; wages Saturdays; po
sitions welting. Wonderful demand
for graduates. Catalogue mailed
free. Moler Barber College, Cincin
nati, O. 19-tf
WANTEDGood man with horse and
buggy to sell medical stock powder
in Wayne county. Salary $70 per
month. Address 301 Unity Bldg.,
Indianapolis. 19-lt
WANTED A place to help with the
house work, a girl 14 years old; call
at 702 South 6th St. 19-2t
WANTbYoung girl to help with
housework, 200 North 9th. 19-lt
WANTED To buy a delivery wogan;
telephone 1410. 19-7t
WANTED A smalfheating stovefo"r
hard of soft coal. Address H. H. M.,
care Palladium. Give price. 10-2t
WANTED Porter for barber shop,
819 N. E. 19-lt
WANTED Men to sell our safe super-
"Market
m ' NEW YORK STOCK
(Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co.,
Schwenke,
New York, Oct 19
L. ft N
Great Northern
Copper
American Smelting
Northern Pacific
V. 8. Steel
U. 8. Steel pfd
Pennsylvania
St. Paul !. .I
B. & O .'
New York Central
Reading
Canadian Paclfio
Atchison
Southern Pacific
Union Pacific
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
(Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co.,
Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke,
Manager.)
Wheat
Chicago, Oct 19.
Open High Low Close
Dec. ... 105 105 103 104
May ... 106' 106 104 104
July 99 99 98 9S
Corn
Open High Low Close
Deo. ... 59 59 58 58
May ... 61 61 60 60
July ... 60 60 60 60
Oats
; Open High Low Close
Dec. ;.. 40 40 39 39
May . . ! 42 42 42 42
July 39 40 39 39
INDIANAPOLIS MARKET.
REPRESENTATIVE SALES.
Hogs
9 102 .. $3.00
68 13S .. 6.25
37 131 .. 6.75
41 125 . . 7.00
28 129 .. 7.15
SO 134 .. 7.25
1S9 151 .. 7.40
36 1S2 SO v 7.40
104 162 .. 7.45
99 190 560 7.50
72 197 200 7.55
58 177 .. 7.60
92 182 40 7.60
58 196 7.65
73 212 130 7.70
45 233 200 7.70
132 230 40 7.75
109 251 7.80
52 261 240 7.85
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK
Hogs
Best heavies .$7.65$7.85
Good to choice ........... 7.35 7.60
Best pigs ................ 6.25 6.50
Best Steers
Good to choice Steers . ... 6.35 7.50
Choice to fancy yearlings 4.75 5.50
Stock Cattle
Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.50 4.75
Fair to good feeders ..... 4.25 4.50
Inferior to choice stockers 3.75 4.35
Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50
Butcher Cattle
Good to choice heifers ... 4.50 5.50
Central.
QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and
Main.
West Richmond.
JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave.
and West 1st.
GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W.
Main.
Fairvlew.
J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St
ior satisfactory policies. Men of abil
ity wanted; liberal commissions.
National Casualty Co.. C. A. Olinger,
Dist. Mgr.. 18 South Sth St
Tues&Sun
WANTED All persons suffering from
piles or any form of rectal ailment,
write me for free trial of Positive
painless Pile Cure. S. U. Tarney.
Auburn, Ind. 4eod-tt
WANTED A boy, 421 Main.
18-3t
WANTED Two modern rooms for
light housekeeping on ground floor
for the winter. X, care Palladium.
18-7t
WANTED A building suitable for
storing household goods. Phone
1778. 18-7t
WANTED If you want money in
place of your city property or (arm,
go right to Porterfleld'B Real Es
tate office, Kelley Block, 8 th and
Main. 14-tf
TEXAS Next excursion Tuesday, Oct.
10th. Come in and make your ar
rangements to see the Gulf Coast
Country. I can sell you from a 10
acre suburban garden tract (no in
terest, no taxes) or as many acres as
Reports
QUOTATIONS "
Hittle Block. Phone 2330. George A.
Manager.)
Open High Low Close
153 155 153 153
149 149 149 149
84 84 83 83
98 98 97 97
151 151 151 151
90 91 90 90
128 128 127 127
147 148 147 147
160 160 159 159
116 116
136 137 136 136
163 164 162 162
.186 186 185 185
120 121 120 120
129 130 129 129
204 204 203 203
Choice to fancy cows . . . 3.50 4.75
Veal Calves.
Good to choice veal 5.50 8.50
Fair to heavy calves 3.50 7.50
Sheep and Lambs
Best yearlings 4.50 5.00
Good to choice sheep 4.00 4.50
Good to choice lambs 6.25 6.75
RICHMOND MARKETS.
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
(Omar G. Whelan)
New timothy hay (loose) ......$14.00
Timothy hay $12.00
Mixed hay , $13.00
New oats 3035c
New wheat per bu $1.00
Corn , 65c
, RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
New Wheat, per bu $1.15
Corn, per bu 60c
Rye, per bu TOc
Bran, per ton, $23.00
Middlings, per ton $27.00
Clover Seed, per bu $G.7i
RICHMOND SEED MARKET.
(Runge & Co.)
Timotny $1.90 $2.00
Clover seed 6.50 6.75
CATTLE.
(Paid by Richmond Abattoir.)
Best hogs, average 200 to
250 pounds
.$7.00$7.23
. 6.75CfJ 7.25
. C253 6.75
. 4.75 5.25
. 3.50 4.50
. 3.508 4.00
. 3.25 3.75
. 6.00 7.00
5.50
! Good to heavy packers
j Common and rough . .
j Steers, corn fed ,
j Heifers
Fat cows ,
Bulls
Calves
Lambs
POULTRY.
(Paid1 by the Bee Hive Grocery)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb... 18c
(Old chickens, per lb 18c
! COUNTRY PRODUCE.
I Creamery butter, per lb 30c
Country butter, per lb lS20c
Eggs 24c
CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK.
Cincinnati, Oct 19.
Hogs Receipts, 2,680; closed easy and
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Want Ado
you want. r represent owners of
this land and take you from St Lou'.s
in their own private cars the entire
trip. John E. Peltz, Real Estate
and lands. Phone 1
WANTED Girl to do housework st
once. Call 227 N. 10th St 21-tf
WANTEDYM"C7A Night School
for men. Practical classes now en
rolling. 28-tf
WANTED-Ybunggirl "to assist witH
light housework and take care of
baby, one who can stay of nights.
Phone 3470. 14-7t
WANTED Vise and lathe hands in
machine shop. Richmond Mfg. Co.
19-tf
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise B.ocks and fire insur
ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block. 8th
and Main. 6 tf
FOR-SALE Favorite cook stove, ai
most new; 124 N. 16th St. 19-lt
FOR SALE 20th Century Heating
Stove, large size, good as new; call
at 324 S. 5th. 19-lt
FORSALEH6bart M. Cable Cabi
net Grand Piano, good as new,
and Mantle Folding Bed and Mat
tress. 921 Main, 2nd floor. 19-lt
FOR SALE A small well improved
home near Webster on good pike.
Desirable location for starting a
blacksmith shop or grocery. Will
sell cheap if sold at once. Address
'Property" in care of PalLaaMum.
19-lt
FOR SALE Heating Stove, 905 N. H.
19-tf
FOR SALE Two heating stoves, soft
coal burners. Phone 1002. 19-tf.
FOR SALE Large base burner, 101
KInsey. Phone 3055. 18-2t
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 Iron bedstead, mattress
and springs, 322 N. Sth. 18-2t
A. J. HART, Auctioneer; School ami
Ridge Streets. 17-7t
slow; top for light hogs, $7.25.
Cattle Receipts, 353; market steady;
bulls strong.
Sheep Receipts, 173; market strong.
Calves, $6.00$8.50; extras, $8.75.
EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK.
East Buffalo, Oct. 10.
Cattle Receipts. 200; primes, $f.507;
butchers' $3'$f.25.
Hogs Receipts, 4,250; Yorkers. $7.50
7.70; best heavies, $7.SO7.S5.
Sheep Receipts, 3.000; best $-".
Veals Receipts, 75; choice, $9.
Lambs, $7.50.
PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK.
Pittsburg, Oct. 19.
Cattle Receipts 130 loads; extras,
$6.50 $6.75.
Hogs Receipts 45 loads; best heavies,
$7.S0$7.90.
Sheep Receipts, light, best, $4.GO4.75.
Lambs, $4.50$7.OO.
Calves Receipts 700; choice $9.00.
INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN.
Indianapolis, Oct. 19.
Wheat $1.20
Corn file
Oats . . 40r.
Rye 77c:
TOLEDO GRAIN.
Toledo, Oct. 19.
Corn, Dec :..63c
Oats 42c
Rye 77c
CINCINNATI. GRAIN.
Cincinnati, Oct. 19.
Wheat $1.28
Corn 63c
Oats 42vc
Rye 7Sc
TO BURN SI NOTE
A feature of the service at the Firs.
M- E. church this evening commemo
rating the twenty-fifth anniversary of
the founding of the church, will be tb
burning of a $500 note which has beeu
i hanging over the heads of the members
for the past year. The note was in
. curred by the Ladies Aid society in re
I modeling the basement The Men's
j Brotherhood have taken up the matter
and raised the necessary amount 10
make the payment of the note. Dr.
C. E. Bacon of Indianapolis will deliv
er an address this evening.
IS RECOVERING RAPIDLY.
Herman Shaffer, who was severely
Injured last week by spilling some
molten Iron on his foot while pouring
at the Robinson foundry, is consider
ably improved. The flesh on the foot
was literally cooked. It was thought
at first that it would be necessary to
amputate several cf the toes, but for
tunately the entire foot can be saved,
it is said. It will be several days, how
ever before Shaffer will be able to re
sume his duties.
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Colunnunis
WANT AD
Tne 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. Mall at this office up to
12 noon today as follows:
A. M. W 1
13, C ... 3
Exchange 2
Real Estate 2
Employment ..1
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
All mail not colled for within that
time will be cast out
TTVMJ CITt A rwA O n ...... 1 4. .a.
out or tne city limits, can be bougnt
right. John E. Peltz, 204 Main St
Phone 1332. 10-U
FOR SALE Brand new No. 5 Under
wood Typewriter. Phone 1674.
15-7t
FOR SALE Six room houses, mod
ern. 207 and 209 Lincoln St. Phone
3143. 14-6t
FOR SALE Best shoes at least mon
ey. Underbill's, 1530 Main. 13-"t
FOR SALE Our home,
Clark Ketch.
102 N. 3 4th.
10-tf
ELECTRIC Lamps. Wellsbach Gas
Lamps and Lighting Supplies, Elec
tric Irons, Steam and Water Heat
ing, Plumbing and Sewerage at
Meerhoff's, 9 S. Sth- Phone 1236.
6-tf
FOR SALE One-third horse power
electric motor, direct current.
Phone 3133. 31-tf
FOR SALE Dres3cd curb stone suit"
able for building. Telephone 1247
or 23C0. 29-tf
FOR SALE Excellent Bteamboat ac
commodations from Baltimore to
Bremen, Germany. Hans N. Koll,
716 Main St. 29-tf
FOR SALE Modern 7 room house;
call at 510 S. 10th. 25-tf
FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W.
Kramer & Co. 29-tf
FOR SAIE OR TRADE An ideal su
burban home suitable for retiring
i
MEAT PRICES MAY
GO STILL HIGHER
According to President Mich
ael Ryan of Meat Pack
ers' Association.
RANCHMEN ARE TO BLAME
AND UNLESS CONDITIONS ARE
CHANGED AMERICA WILL BE
COME A MEAT IMPORTING
COUNTRY.
Chicago, Oct 19. Meat prices may
temporarily be slightly reduced, but
must ultimately advance to realms now
undreamed of, if deductions of dels
gates to the fourth annual convention
of the American Meat Packers' Associ
ation, in session here, prove correct.
According to General Michael Ryan,
the president of the association, the
ranchers are to blame for the present
high-price conditions, and unless more
cattle are raised America will actually
be compelled to import meat to supply
the home demand.
"Conditions now are only the natural
outcome of the failure of production io
keep abreast of the progress of de
mand." said General Ryan, "and unless
more cattle are raised there can be no
hope for lower prices. More are being
raised just now, but when the price
goes down in accordance, they will
stop the extra raising and high prices
will be with us again. Unless condi
tions radically change. America will
become an importer instead of an ex
porter of meats, and then it is now
impossible to see to what point tb
price will go. The whole solution rests
with the raiser the ranchman. . Un
less the housewives of America and
the packers can Induce them to ralsa
more stock for us. he will continue to
hold aloft the scale of prices in spite
of all we can do
ALL WILL J
At the meeting of the City Band last
evening which organization has met
with difficulty in participating In pa
rades with union musicians, it was de
cided to join the musicians union. It
is predicted that all non-union musi
cians will be in the organization within
a month. Only one member of the City
Band is opposed to the union.
EPILEPTIC VILLAGE WORK.
New Castle. Oct. 19. Plans are be
ing made to build a road 1,800 feet
long which will connect the different
buildings of colony No. 2, at the Ind
iana village for epileptics. Plans and
profiles of the contemplated road have
been filed with the board of trustees
and it is expected to do this work, to
gether with the laying of quite a large
quantity of cement walk yet this fii-
LETTE1 LUST
01
union
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.
-EL
farmer or business man. Phone Have your house cleaned by Vacuum
3136. 27-tf process. Rich. House Cleaning Co.,
1 Phone 1913 or Barters Book Store.
FOR RENT. oct41m?
FOR RENT 4 rooms for light house- BUSINESS CLASSIFIED
keeping. 328 S. 13th St 19-lt
ROOMS Two large light rooms; call INSURANCE.
at 213 N. 12th St Phone 23S4. It MOORE ft OGBORN. Automobile ud
STORAGE SPACE In substantial Fire Insurance. Bonds. Loans and
brick building: call at 213 N. 12th Rentals. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bids
St. Phone 2384. 19-lt 13tt
FOR RENT-A good eight room LAUNDRY
house on West Fifth street For par
ticulars address -Rent", care Pal- Dirty clothes made clean: If you dont
ladium. 19-lt believe It try us. Richmond Steam
FO RRE NT Si x rooms. lOTTTtouTh Ladry.Phone liSl. feb33-tf
E street. $12.00. Call Knode s Mu- phone 2147 calls the Eldorado Laun-
.sic Store !lU drY at 18 x- 9th- Work guaranteed.
FOR RENT House furnished or un- aug23-tf
furnished. Aprly 312 N. 11th St - -
Telephone 1790. 19-2t BICYCLES AND MOTOR CYCLES.
FOR-RENT Furnished room, modern. Bicycle and Motor Cycle Repairing;
207 N. Sth. 19-lt Waking & Co.. 406 Main. Thone
FOR RENT Furnished room, heat 2006, 23
and bath; 14 N. 12th. 17-7t UPHOLSTERING.
FOR RENT Furnished front room. rt'scpi t i 3rtth -th Qtreet
bath; private family; 1326 Main. J RL?5LLU1116 Uth 8tr
-. Phone 1793. Repair work a spec-
14 'l laity. 11-tf
FOR RENT Furaisheu rooms, heat
with bath for tents, at the Grand. FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
feb22 tf
- WILSON. POHLMEYER A DOWN-
LOST.
DOST A ten-dollar bill. Monday
morning on Main or North' 3rd
street to C, C. & L. station. Liber
al reward if left at Y. M. C. A.
19-lt
LOST China breast pin wiuu girl's
face on it Phone 1566. 19-2t
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOUND Boys' leather glove for left
hand. Call at Palladium. 19-2t
LIKES INDIANAPOLIS
Gov. Marshall Will Take Up the
Practice of Law in Cap
itaj City.
Indianapolis, Oct 19. Governor
Thomas R. Marshall announced today
that he would locate permanently in
Indianapolis. At the expiration of the
term of his office the governor Intend?
to take up the practice of law. Colum
bia City, his former home, does not of
fer the business advantages that In
dianapolis does, according to Governor
Marshall. Governor Marshall is onlv
following in the footsteps of his prede
cessors who have been legal lights, as
former Governor Hanly is also practic
ing law in Indianapolis.
i-ciscr.eus Fish.
Poisonous fish are rare here, bnl
common In the tropics. A Japanese
fish, fugu. has deadly poisonous roe.
Roe of pike snd meat of stnrgcon are
poisonous when spavrning. The bile
and liver of many fish are poison. But
most fish poison Is due to decay.
CHICAGO SINNERS'
HEARTS' TOUCHED
BY "GIPSY SMITH"
(Continued From Page One.)
and South State streets, the evangelist
started to sing "Nearer, My God to
j Thee. His followers taking up the
song drowned out an orchestra which
l was playing gaiy airs Inside.
Darkness in Resorts.
Darkness and silence greeted the
marchers as they turned into the
streets which are usually distinguish
ed for their brilliance of llumination.
Only occasionally could a ray be
discerned between the shutters or
from curtained windows. Like rats
fleeing a sinking ship, the denizens of
the houses of vice seemed to have
scampered before the column of ap
proaching revivalists.
The police had done their work well
Early in the day the order had gone
(forth that it would be "close up and
jStay closed for every joint and sal
ioon in the district Instructions had
been obeyed to the letter with but few
exceptions.
Marchers Carry Banners.
Many of the marchers carried ban
ners with inscriptions such as "The
Wages of Sin Is Death." and others
of like character. Crowds which lined
the sidewalks jeered and hooted at
many of the banners, but policemen
quelled the shouters and prevented se
rious disorder.
Saloons were doing a rushing busi
ness. In some of them the crowds
were so great that many thirsty men
stood on the sidewalk and clamored
for admission.
"It's an ill wind that blows nobody
good, said the proprietor of a notor
ious saloon. "This la the best adver
tisement we've had la a long; time.
rate;
...AUTO LIVERY... j
Hour or Trip.
HOLINE SALES CO.
C. A. Ptehl. 922 Main.
Phone 1033. Res. Phone 420S.
ING. 15 North Tenth.
Private ambulance.
Those 1336.
28-tl
"Although he overt-harped nse ter
ribly. says the returned traveler. thf
cab driver who took me over Pari
was most polite.
"AH Frenchmen are. we observe.
"Yes, but this one got off his box
and helped me find the necessary pro
fanity In my French-English diction
ary, so thr.t I might say what I thought
of him'-LIfi.
TO MEET DEFICIT
1909 Fall Festival Will Be
Made Success Financially.
At the meeting of the executive
committee of the Fall Festival asso
ciation last evening, it was decided
that the finance committee Is the pro
per department to raise the deficit in
curred by the association this year.
This committee will start to work im
mediately and it is believed will en
counter little difficulty in increasing
the subscriptions to a point where the
festival will be as successful finan
cially as it was otherwise. This com
mittee will report through its chair
man at each executive committee
meeting. Money has been advanced
so that all bills will be met as pre
sented. TRAINS MEET AT CROSSING.
Anderson, Ind., Oct. 19. A Chicago
Cincinnati fast passenger train on the
Pennsylvania railroad had a narrow
escape from a serious wreck in North
Anderson Sunday when the train at
full speed, plunged through a Big Four
freight train at the junction of the two
roads. That each train had the right-of-way
of that crossing at the same
time is said to have been due to an er
ror on the part of a block, system oper
ator.
LINGERIE WAIST.
Plain white batiste is the material and
line lace insertion the trimming of this
dainty waist The line for the inside
band of insertion is marked by perfora
tions in the pattern and the sleeves are
long with points extending over the band.
This pattern is cat In five siaes, S3 to
tO bust measure. Siae 96 reqaires f V4
yards ef 36-inch material. Price ef Pat
tern 463 U 10 cents.
No. US.
Address
Sue -.---.
Ffll oat blank mad
ta Ti
Qt this
STING OF DEFEAT
CAUSES BLOOD SHED
AT GARY ELECTION
(Continued From Pag One.)
will be asked to send sheriffs or mil
itia to gnard the polling places.
Cronus was a big man In democratic
politics in llliueU before he left Joliet.
He began the agitation for track ele
vation tn Joliet which has resulted in
the drawing of plans by four roads
calling for an expenditure of IS.OtXV
000. His tilan was opposed by the rail
roads and caused their agents to be
arrested and fined daily until they ca
pitulated. Thousands of dollars tn fines
were asss&e;l against the roads before
they gave in.
Sheriff Arrests Thirty.
Sheriff Thomas Grant and three de
puties from Cronn Point, Ind.. went to
Gary yesterday with warrants for fifty-five
proprietors of alleged "blind
pigs" and gambling houses, against
whom warrants were returned at the
lust session of the Lake county grand
jury. They had served about thirty
warrant up to a late hour list night
and expected to remain in Gary today
until all Oe men indicted had been
served.
First Raim Staemer.
The Crst Kliiur t rawer made Its
trips from Rotterdam to Cologne In
ISlti.
Tag Day for Reid Memorial
Hospital next Thursday. Make
a free will offering.
tt
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The office of the County Treasurer
will be open from 7 to 8:30 o'clock on
the evenings of October 25. 26. 27. IS,
29. 30 and November 1. for the ac
commodation of factory employes and
other taxpayers who are unable to rail
during the day. Under the provisions
of the law which the State requires
shall be strictly and Impartially en
forced, all taxes unpaid by the even
ing of November 1 will become de
linquent and the penalty must be ad
ded. Very respectfully,
Albert R. Albertson.
Treasurer of Wayne County.
19&25
NOTICE TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS
Notice Is hereby given that the
Board of Wayne County Commission-
ra will MMln aa1t HIAa mwtA nam.
posals up to Saturday morning, Octo
ber 30 at 11 o'clock for the construc
tion of the following bridges: Lump
kin bridge (steel) appropriation,
$1,500; Olive Branch Bridge (con
crete) appropriation $225; Atkinson
bridge (steel) appropriation. 91.700:
-m1 for the repair of the Bethel bridge,
appropriation $375.00. - Bids mast be
on each bridge separately, or bidder
may make proposal to build the en
tire lot at lump sum, providing he
stipulates the cost of each bridge un
der such lump sum. Bids must be ac
companied by bond - In sum equal
amount of bid and by affidavit setting
forth there has been no collusion, etc.
Plana and specification are on file in
the office of County Auditor.
By order Board of Wayne County
Commissioners.
Dem as S. Coe.
Auditor Wayne County.
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ROUND TRIP TO
CINCINNATI
Via C. C 6 L B. IL
SUM DAY
OCT. 24
Train leaves Richmond, 5:20
a. m.; returning leave Cin
cinnati 10 p. m.
For particulars call
C A. BLAIR. P.4T.A,
Home TeL 2062- Richmond.
SCHEDULES
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