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THE K1CI131OX0 1-AIL.ADIU3I AND SUX-TEL.EGRAM, SATURDAY, DECE3IBER 4, 1909.
PAGE SEVEN". RATES 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. Branch Offices Branch offices are located in every part off the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. PALLADIUM CHICAGO. CINCINNATI V LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. Pkaae 2W3. la tUfei-t rab-r 14. IMS.'. o o o o o o Want Ado Coltamnie; Kast Bal- hima-l tartaaali STATIONS t I S l 3 1 fvri, Ar. . . rvru.. .. Marion . . Mum-N . . Uit'bnuMid I lip 3:01ai 7:4 :4CPl 5:iH :2Z For Your. Coraveinileece LIST OF AGENCIES. Branca offices are located In every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yoi The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENING ft EICKHORN. 13th and 8. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S- F. HENRY ROTHERT, 5th and S. H. North of Main. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 821 N. E SL CHILES & SON". 18th and N. C St WM. HIEGER, 14th and N. G St. JOHN J. GETZ. 10th and N. II St. RATES 1 cent per word 7 days for the piice of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent In by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Girl for N. Uth. housework, 417 4-2f WANTED Young men to learn auto mobile business by mail and pre pare for positions as chauffeurs and repair men. We make you expert in ten weeks; assist you to secure po sition. Pay big; work pleasant; de mand for men great; reasonable; write for particulars and sample les son. Empire Automobile Institute, ' Rochester, N. Y. 4-2t IVA NTED Washing at "802 N.16Th St. 4-2t 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-tf ti AIR Dressing, Shampooning, Hair Weaving, Manicuring. Work guar anteed to be satisfactory. Miss Leonta Steward, 184 S. Oth St. Phone 1372. l-7t WANTED Married man to Work on farm. Address Farm, care Pallad ium. 2-7t Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS KFurnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone 2330. Schwenke, Manager.) New York. Dec. 4. L. & N. .. .." Great Northern .. , Copper.. American Smelting Northern Pacific '. TJ. S. Steel , . U. S. Steel pfd .. . Pennsylvania , St. Paul . . . . . ; b. & o. ir. .:-. New YorTC Qentrnl .. .. .. .... Reading.. .. ,: Canadian Pacific .-. Atchison : Southern Pacific Union Pacific . . ; ' BANK STATEMENT. . Reserves, dec. .f 1.599,250 Reserves less than U. S.. dec 1,595,800 loans, dec. . . K. 3,374,000 Specie dec 4.422,200 Legate, inc I ..... . 1.0S4.900 Deposits, dec .6,952,300 Circulation, dec 75,700 . CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished "by Eugene Purtelle ro., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, Dec. 4. ' Wheat . Open High Lov C,os9 Doc; ...106 106 103 105 May ... 105 105 105 105 July .... 97 97 97 97 Corn Open Hi?h Low Close Dec. ... 57 5S 57 57 May ... 61 61 60 60 July ... 60 60 60 60 Oats Open High Low Close Pec.i ... 40 40 40 40 May; ... 42 42 42 42 July 40 . 40 40 40 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. Hogs No. 15 . 16 . 49 . 45 . 76 . 60 . 60 . 93 . 82 . 71 . 75 . 79 . 63 . 48 . 76 , 48., 55 71 Av. Dk. 73 107 103 11S .. 172 1SS Price $6.50 7.65 7.S5 7.90 S.10 S.10 S.10 8.15 8.15 S.15 S.20 8.20 S.20 8.25 8.25 S.23 S.30 S.30 19S 177 19S 21S 200 218 242 217 236 248 239 251 120 80 SO 120 120 SO INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK v Hogs Best heavies $S.15$S.35 Good to choice lights .... 8.00 S.15 Best pigs 7.00 7.50 Best Steers Good to choice Steers ....$6.50 $8.00 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE. 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. II. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Fairview. J. J. MULLIGAN, 1093 Sheridan St WANTED Roomers; 133 South 4th. 3-2t WANTED 7 Young men in class u a. m., Sunday. Dec. 5, l!i!, at First Christian church. Cor. S. loth and A. 3-i't J. V. KAUFMAN. Real Estate and In surance, commission 1 on sales of $2,000 or over. Hittle Blk, 828 Main. 10-lmo WANTED Men to learn the barber trade. Splendid pay after few weeKs witn us. anop experience and wages while learning. Tools, demonstrations, examinations and diplomas given. Big demand for MOLER graduates. Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber College, Cincinnati, O. novl9-tf WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night School for men. Practical classes now en rolling. 2S-tf WANTED Storage; have just leased building for that purpose. W. F. Brown, phone 177S. 12-tf WANTED Fine sand bench molders, good jobs; apply the American Foundry Co., Hamilton, Ohio. 25-14t Reports George A. Open 151 .. ..141 87 98 ... ,142 S9 124 129 155 ; ...ii5 .. ..127 .. ..170 179 ..119 129 199 High 153 143 88 99 Vs 144 90 124 131 1551-2 116 127 171 1S0 120 130 201 Low 151 141 86 98 142 89 124 129 154 115 127 Close 153 143 87 Ts 98 141 90 124 131 155 11G- 127 169 .170 179 1S0 119 120 12S 129 199 201 Choice to fancy yearlings. 3.00 5.75 Stock Cattle Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.5Q 4.75 Fair to good feeders 4.00 4.25 Inferior to choice stockers 3.75 4.33 Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50 Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers 4.50 5.50 Choice to fancy cows 3.75 4.73 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 5.00 8.50 Fair to heavy calves 4.4X 7.73 . . Sheep and Lambs ; Best yearlings 4.50 5.00 Good to choice sheep 4.00 4.25 Good to choice lambs .... 7.00 7.50 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Dec. 4. Cattle Receipts. 25: prime steers, $7.25 Hogs Reecipts, "o,4; heavy weights, $8.70. Sheep Receipts, $5,000: best, $5.25. Veals Receipts. 10O; choice, $10.25. Lambs, $7.05. CINCINNATI GRAIN. Cincinnati, Dec. !. Wheat .. ...... $1.2u Corn 5Sc Oats , 42c Rye 7ic INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Dec. 4. Wheat $1.17 Corn 57-c Oats 42c Rye 75c PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Dec. 4. Cattle Receipts, light; prime $0.757. $(5.75. Hogs Receipts, 20 loads: heavies $8.50 (&S.55. Sheep Receipts, light: prime $4.90ry5. Labs, $5.00g7.00. Calves Receipts, light; choice. $7.002 $0.5O. TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo. Dec. 4. Wheat $1.2V Corn, Dec, . 50c WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, go right to Porterfleld'a Real Es ate office, Kelley Block, 8th and Main. 14 tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire insur ance. Porterfleld. Kelly Block, Sth and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE One-half karet diamond in hand-carved mounting. Cheap. Address "Diamond," care Palladium. 4-3t FOR SALE A well improved farm of 17o acres, good buildings, level land, near this city. See Geo. C. Ball, for real estate and lands. o-.f FOR SALE Good Garland cook stove, 214 N. Sth. 3-2t FOR SALE Hartzler. -Auto Delivery. Frank L'-7t FOR SALE Three-year-old mare; cheap; R. K. Shiveley. l-7t For Sale 64 me ister, 0irmam9 Made toy Grouse-Hinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address urn 19 tff FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W. Kramer & Co. 29-tf FOR SALE Farm of 100 acres, im proved, two miles from corporation on pike, $100 per acre. 80 acres half mile of traction line, good six room , house, new barn, good fences on good road. $05 per acre. Kaufman, Hittle block, Rich mond, Ind. U'0-7t Oats 42 Rye .' 7Gc CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Dec. 4. Hogs Receipts, 2.00O; closed slow and weak. Cattle Receipts, 300: bulls strong. Sheep Receipts, jO; steady. Calves. $7.75Cn8.00. Lambs, $0.95. RICHMOND MARKETS. RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) $14.00 OtllS . . . 4, . Ot)C Straws baled . ; . . .$0.00 Corn 4Sc RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu $1.10 Corn, per bu 50c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton $23.00 Middlings, per ton $27.00 Clover Seed, per bu $0.75 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge & Co.) Timotny $1.90$2.00 Clover seed $7.50$7.75 CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds .$7.00$7.25 Good to heavy packers ... 0.75 7.25 Common and' rough ' 0.257! G.73 Steers, corn fed 4.75 (o 5.25 Fat cows 3.50 4.00 Bulls 3.25 3.75 Calves 6.00 7.00 Lambs' 3.50 POULTRY. (Paid1 by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..13 Old chickens, per lb. 15o Turkeys lS20c Ducks 13o COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 32j County butter, per lb "...20ftj25c Eggs 2Sc Why Horseshoes Are Lucky. TVhy is an old horseshoe supposed to bring luck to the owner if hung in the hall or behind the door? Horseshoes were at one time nailed up as a pro tection against witches. There is a legend that the devil one day asked St Dunstan. who was noted fcr his skill in shoeing horses, to shoe his "single hoof." Knowing who his cus tomer was. Dunstan tied him tightly to the wall and proceeded with his job. but purposely put the devil Into so much pain that he roared for mer cy. And it was not until he had prom ised that he would never again enter a place where he saw a horseshoe dis played that Dunstan would release his captive. Wise to Him. VTlfe Yon were late last night II a b Beg your pardon, my dear. As I came in the front door the clock struck 11. Wife But what time did you arriTe at the head of the stairs? Boston Transcript. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. WANT AD LETTEi LIST The follow! ns are replies to Palla dium Want Ade. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: D 1 Gun 1 G. M E Rooms 1 Grocery 1 Partner 1 Farm G Mall will he kept for 30 days only. All mail not called for within that time will be cast out QUICK Heaters in Hot Water for Kitchen and Bath. Electric Irons and supplies at Meerhoff's. Phone 1236 for Plumbing repairs. 15-tf FOR SALE Grocery and meatmarket doing cash business of $3oo to $JOO per week. Good chance for hustler. Address Cash Business, care Pallad ium. 29-7t FOR SALE New 6 room frame house on car line. Hot air furnace, hot and cold rain water, city water, artificial gas and electric light. Phone 1522. novlo-tf Water heaters for the bath and also house heating. Meerhoff, the Plum ber. 23-tf FOR SALE A new cottage, large lot and stable, only a small payment required. Geo. C. Ball, 8-10 N. 7th St. 23-tf FOR SALE Wakings. -Johnny get your gun at He rents them 406 Main. 27-tf FOR SALE Seven room house; fine location; all modern conveniences; price reasonable; one third cash, terms on balance. Call at or ad dress 102 N. 14th St. 28-7t FOR SALE Second hand house heat ing boiler, suitable for 7 to 10 rooms. See "Meerhoff," the PLUMBER. nov 15-tf LITERARY FORGERIES Versatility and Cleverness of a Shrewd Scotch Lad. FOOLED THE CONNOISSEURS. fe Poured Forth His Extraordinary Documents In Profusion to Supply the Demand and Wat Finally Ex posed by a Simple Little Slip. From the days of Isidor Mercater, who forged letters of the bishops of Rome with such skill and success that they were treasured for centuries in the Roman archives, to the days of Ireland, the notorious forger of Shake spearean plays and letters, and Chat terton. the clever and ill fated boy who died miserably in bis attic, there have never been wanting unprincipled men who could forge ancient manu scripts so cleverly that leading experts have been deceived. But for versatility and cleverness none of these forgers of past centuries could approach the cleverness of a f young Scotchman who years ago pro duced a long succession of forged man uscripts which completely baffled the connoisseurs of the world. The true and full story of these remarkable forgeries is almost unknown and is so extraordinary that it may well be told. It was in Edinburgh that this in comparable forger practiced his arts, and it was by an accident that he was tempted to embark on a career which, after a spell of great success, involved him in disaster. One day the princi pal of an Edinburgh firm of lawyers told one of his clerks to clear out sev eral boxes full of old documents, the accumulation of many years. Among them were several documents and au tographs the value of which the clerk was quick to recognize, and he had no difficulty in finding purchasers for them. As the supply was limited and the demand constantly increasing it occurred to him to supplement the gen uine documents with others of his own manufacture, and as he developed a remarkable skill in forging and had already won the confidence of a large number of collectors he found it easy to dispose of as many forgeries as he could produce at very profitable prices. Many of them were sold to collectors in different parts of the world, others were disposed of by auction, and the remainder were pawned and sold as unredeemed pledges. These forgeries covered a very wide range and includ ed autographs and letters by Crom well, Mary, queen of Scots; James VI., Prince Charlie, John Knox, Rob Roy, Burns, Scott, Thackeray, Carlyle, Salis bury, Gladstone, Lord Nelson and many other men of note as well as vast quantities of Jacobite correspond ence. So cleverly were the forgeries exe cuted that the largest purchaser of Scott's letters was a gentleman who as a boy had carried most of the great author's manuscripts from Abbotsford to his Edinburgh publishers and was as familiar with Scotfs handwriting: as his own, and the head of the firm that published Lord Byron's works purchased forty-seven letters purport ing to be Lord Byron's for the sum of 125 7s. 6d- A very large collection of these manuscripts was purchased for a sum of over 4.000 and presented to the Lenox library. New York, where they were for some time regarded with reverence, as. thtxh?f treasure jof the FOR SALE Automobile. 2-cylinder Ford, $200.00 if sold at once; call at 411 N. ISth St. tf FOR SALE Dresatd curb stone suit able for building. Telephone 1247 or 23C0. 29-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT A five room house. 213 N. 12th St. 4-21 FOR RENT 3065. -5 room cottage. Phone 4-St FOR RENT-Residence 1H S. mh. rooms. ?11 FOR RENT Rooms with board; 31 N. 11th. 3-7t FOR RENT Barn, 3S S. 5th St. 3-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for men with or without board, 410 N. l."tb. 2-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms for one or two with board; 206 N. mh. 1-tf FOR RENT Nicely furnished room; 39 South 10th. 30-7t FOR RENT Five room house, 33 S. 17th. Phone 1705. 30-7t FOR RENT Suite of rooms, ground floor; 240 Ft. Wayne Ave. 30-7t FOR RENT House of seven rooms. barn and garden spot; 1011 S. J St Call phone 1233. 30-tf FOR RENT Furnisbea rooms.' heat with bath for setts, at the Grand. feb22-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Highland Lad 121 Polled Jersey, grandson of richest milker in Pan American Exposition. Daughter tests 5.6 per cent first calf. In service at my farm. O. E. Ful ghum. 3-tf trfcORGIANA: I don't like your cook book It doesn't recommend Gold Medal Flour. Iuoue.nk. library, " and"" another ."oTl;ctiatr was presented to the city of Edinburgh. Although these forgeries were pour ed on the market in such profusion, no suspicion seems to have been aroused. They were accepted without question by the experts and found ready pur chasers at large prices. Whether the forger's success made him careless or whether it was due to one of those re markable oversights to which the most skillful criminals seem liable and which bring their career to a close, the forger was at last exposed through a mistake of which such a clever man should scarcely have leen capable. Among the many forgeries he pro duced a poem signed by Robert Burns. It was called "The Toor Man's Pray er" and opened with this stanza: Amidst the more Important toils of state. The counsels laboring in the patriotic soil; Though Europe from thy voice expect her fate, And thy keen glance extend from pole to pole. This poem, which consisted of nine teen verses, might well have escaped detection with the rest but for the fact that a gentleman to whom the poem was shown discovered the iden tical verses in the London Magazine of 17CG in a poem addressed to the Earl cf Chatham by one Simon Hodge, laborer. Thus it appeared that If the verses were actually written by Burns the poet must have opened them under the pseudonym of Simon Ilodge at the very Immature age of a poet of seven years. Suspicion once aroused, doubt was at once cast on the hundreds f other documents which had emanated from tbe same source. The Lenox col lection was submitted to the experts of the British museum and pronounced "a worthless lot of forgeries," and col lectors all the world over awoke to the painful discovery that their treasures of old manscripts were scarcely worth rthe paper they were written on. The 'forger's career was brought to a sud den termination. He was brought up for trial and sentenced to a term of limprisoament, thus closing a career of iforgery which for daring, cleverness and success has perh;ts never been tequaled. New York Press. Great trees give more shade than -fruit. German Proverb. A HEW STOCK CO. Articles of incorporation were filed with Crrnntv Rvrr1r Will Rohhin yesterday afternoon by the directors of the Greater Richmond Poultry and Pet Stock association. The directors) of the corporation, which is for.theiew ior-- 1 W5U purpose of promoting and encouraging agricultural pursuits, raising of fancy stocks. including poultry. cattle horses. and the public exhibition of the same, include. Mark Pennell. Elmer E. Cartwright. Henry Steins, John C. Thurston. Frank Waidele, Otto C Krone and Lee Eadler, all of this city. Making Himself Heard. Samuel Rogers, the poet is no doubt a great wit. but he has a turn for malice and even brutality. Some one once asked htm why be neve? opened his mouth except to speak evil of his neighbors. He replied. "I have a very weak Toice. and If I did not say ma licious things I should never fce heard." "Memoirs of the Duchesa el Dino." LOST. LOST Pocket book. 'suVai! containing change and number of ot.cr arti cles. Finder leave at Palladium of fice. Reward. 4-3t LOST Man's fur glove for left hand, j between S. E and Kth. Phone 40S 4 Jt BUSINESS CLASSIFIED ELECTRICAL WIRING. Chas. Davis, first class wiring and re pairing. Phone 3239. 17-lnio AUCTIONEER. FAY BLACK, graduate auctioneer. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address Centerville. R. R. No. 10. Phone 5109 G. 15-1 mo INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile aud Fire Insurance, Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tf INSURANCE. Hans N. Koll, Fire and Accident In surance. 716 Main street LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made clean; If you don't believe it. try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL. 16 South 7th Street Phore 1793. Repair work a spec ialty. 11-tt FUNERAL DIRECTORS. WILSON. POHLMEYEP. & DOWN ING. 13 North Tenth. Fhone 1335. Private ambulance. 28-tf PRESSING AND CLEANING. PRESSING and Cleaning, suits 35c; clothes made to order. Bundy Press ing Parlors, 41 S. 6th. Phone 1595. no v 11-1 mo PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. FLflNG ANIMALS. The Bodies of All of Them Are Com paratively Small. When you increase greatly the size and the weight of any moving body, whether it be traveling on the ground, floating through the air or swimming under the water, you alter in a most serious way the proportionate effect on the moving body of what Is called "friction." It is a noteworthy fact that there are no large flying animals large, that id to say, as animals go. It is true that there is a great range in the size of flying animals, from the minutest flies up to the condor vulture and the albatross. But tbe bodies of those birds are small, not larger than that of an ordinary dog, and the stretch of the wings is only about ten feet, while their weight In proportion to size is reduced by great internal air sacs, which extend even Into the bones. Even when we examine the records of "extinct monsters," among which are some huge creatures as big in body as the biggest elephants of today and longer by reason of their great lizard like tails, we find no instances of very big flying creatures. The extinct group of the flying reptiles called pterodac tyles because the wing was supported by an enormously elongated finger are mostly small creatures, not bigger than largest known had an expanse of wing giving eighteen feet from the tip of one wing to the tip of the other, but Its body was a little thing, not bigger than that of a swan. This Is the lar gest pair of wings known, and we must remember that In these larger pterodactyles and birds the bones are thin walled, hollow cylinders filled with air. so that these creatures are not only small, but have a small spe cific gravity. Sir Ray Lankester in Xxndon Telegraph. The Kat Plant. In parts of Abyssinia and Yemen the natives use a plant called kat (Catba ednlis). the effects of which are similar to those of the Peruvian coca. The freshly cut leaves have a rather pleasant taste and produce a kind of intoxication of long duration, with none of the disagreeable features of ordinary inebriety. Messengers and soldiers are enabled by chewing tbe leaves to go without food for a num ber of days. Among those who abuse the habit the body tends to dry, the visage becomes emaciated, and nerv ous trouble follows, tbe most usual being a trembling of tbe limbs, but these cases are rare. At times a too copious absorption of kat produces a etate of drunkenness, particularly when the large leaves are employed. The Kind cf Critter He Was. It was at the Cliff Dwellers. Chica- j p's literary club, and one of the mem- bers had just made a terrible, irremedi able break about another made it In his presence and that of several other members. "What ought I to do now?" asked tho brcakxnaker. much embarrassed. I -If I were you." suggested Fred ' Richardson, the artist, who had heard ! tbe whole proceeding. I should go out and wiggle my ears and eat another thistle." Success Magazine. W concerns yoa. read carefollys Dr. CaWwen s Syrup Pepsin Is positively guaran teed to core fodigettioa. constipation, sick bead ache, offensive breath, malaria and ail fliieaici arising- from stomach trouble. . . The dog has forty-two teeth. lar4aaalt-4 Bl-aa 3 4 1 Cilli illl:lM . . ."t. t5ro .. Ki hm.'int . . Mum u- . . . .) S:lSa'19:00p; . .? 53a ll:lpi . .'IrtiSla i;;:5ai 7:0rtp . .!H:Sa !:aj :JOp . . I2:41p! :S5a! V.SOp ..' t;3ipi J ;' l(:J0i) t I :n S:3l vr "ir I'lTU 5:0pi 7:S5a i;th st Slut ion Thr.nmli WstUulcl Tratn between Clu.itso an.i Cim-tnnnti. Houble dally sr ! Through lt--prii on trains Nos. 3 and 1 between Chicago and Cin cinnati 1- ino huffot service on trains 1 and S. .Mi tiains run daily. l'or train ronnwtlom and other In formation vail O. A. HUAli:. 1. - T. A. Home FMionc :ti. Ulchmond. Ind. Encouragement. "AYhy don't you offer your heart and Land?" "I fear she would turn me down." "I dou't believe it She has given you enough encouragement." "Why. she never gave me the slight est encouragement." "Get out! 1 heard her telling you yesterday that her mother did not al low her to accept anything of ralu from young men." Houstou Post. POPULAR EXCURSIONS -VIA- C. C. Cl l. r. r. $21.55 ROUND TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D. C. Account of Rivers & Harbor Congress. Selling dates, Dec. 4, 5, 6. 7 and Sth; good returning until Dec. 15th. $7.15 ROUND TRIP TO CHICAGO Selling dates Nor. 20. 21. 28. 29, 20, and Dec 1, 5, and 6th. Good returning until Dec. 13th. $20.90 ROUND TRIP TO OMAHA, NEB. Account of National Born Exposi tion. .Selling dates, Dec 6, 8, 10. 13 and 15th. .Good returning until Doc. 20th. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS Holiday rates, one and one-halt fare for the Round Trip. Selling dates, Dec. 24, 25, 31 and January 1. Good returning until January 3rd. For particulars call C. A. BLAIR. P. & T. A. Home Tel. 2062. Ever Try a Want Ad in the Palladium? It Pays LADIES TAILORED WAIST. -Special caxe is siren to the style of this waist, and though the pattern it self is paaJn, it can be varied by making tacks in tbe material before catting. This pnttcin Is cut in five sines. SJ to 0 beat mestsnre. Siae 3 requires SVfc yards of 9T inch material Price of pat tern 486 is 10 cents. No. 488. Name Addreaa ts(y it . Ful eat blank and tend to Faitera Department of this newspaper. Weal Hoaa