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TIIE RICIT3IOND PAI-IADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, DECE3IBER 30, 1909.
PAGE SEVES
Hi nets From
Palladium's
Pattern Dept
- 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.
RATES
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 and collected for
after its insertion.
Want Ado Coliminniini.
For Yomir Cora veira fleece
LIST OF AGENCIES.
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.
8euth of Main.
BRUENING & EICKHORN, 13th
; and 8. E street.
A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. F.
HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. II.
North of Main.
QUIGLEY DRUO 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
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
RATES
I cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge adver
tlsements sent In by phone and collect after its insertion.
WANTED.
WANTED Any kind of honorable
work of. mornings, evenings and
Saturdays, to help to pay my ex
penses while attending school. Ad
dress Boy,' Box 106, city. 30-3t
WANTED Employment by a profes
sional nurse. Call at the Armer
House. 23 N. 7th. 30-2t
WANTED To rent good farm by re
sponsible party, best reference giv
en. Address X., care Palladium.
30-3t
WANTED Railway mail Clerks and
Custom House employes, Spring ex
aminations everywhere. Over J,0K)
appointments during 101O. Coni
.mcneement salary, $sm. Rapid ad
vancement. Short hours. Steady
work. Common education suffi
cient. Candidates prepared free.
Write immediately for schedule.
Franklin Institute, Dept. S7J, Roch
ester, N. Y. 12-19-20-Jan2
WANTED Two or three unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress "K. F." Palladium. 29-3t
WANTED If you want money in
place of your city property or farm,
go right tc Porterfleld's Real Es
tate office, Kelley Block. 8th and
Main. 14-tf
Mrs. Hiser's Business School opens
January 3rd. 29-tf
WANTEDLadF" correspondent by
farmer. Nice home, independent
circumtsances. Box 49, Route No.
3, Richmond, Indiana. 21-9t
WANTEDTinners and
Cornice Workmen, Sheet
Metal Workers. 1H1 ighest
wages and steady employ
merit, inside work. Ap
ply in person or address,
Maxwell Briscce motor Co
New Castle, Ind. ,285t
WANTED For artistic graining call
phone 28-7t
WANTED Work to do by a young
man to earn living expenses while
attending school. Phone 2040 or
1KJ. 27-tf
WANTED Men to learn barber traded
Demand greater than supply. Grad
uates earn splendid pay. Few
weeks completes. Wages while
learning. Unusual opportunity to
start an independent business. Cata
logue mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Cincfnnati, O. 21-tf
WANT AD
LETT
El UST
WANTED Storage; have just leased
building for that purpose. W. F.
Brown, phone 1778. 12-tf
HID WINTER TERM
OPEN MONDAY JAN. 3
Begin with the class that enters at
this time. Shorthand, Typewriting,
Bookkeeping. Telegraphy, Civil Serv
ice Work and all correlated subjects
taught Enroll now at the
Richmond Business
College
I The following are replies to Pa 11 a
jdium Want Ado. received at tola of
fice. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mail is answer
to their ads. Mail at thia offlc up to
12 noon today as follows:
Lady 3 W. H. B. Jr.. . .1
Buyer 5 Calendar .... 1
B. 0 1
Mall will be kept for SO days only.
All mail not called for within that
time will be cast out
WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night School
for men. Practical classes now en
rolling. 2S-tf
MID-WINTER TERM opens Jan. .1.
Civil Service, Bookkeeping, Short
hand, Typewriting, Telegraphy and
all correlated subjects taught. En
roll this week at the Richmond Bus-
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE City property and farms,
merchandise stocks and fire insur
ance. Porterfield, Kelly Block, 8th
and Main. 6-tf
FOR SALE Automobile, five passen
ger; cost $1,800. will sell for $275.
Address Lock Box 264, City. 30-2t
FOR SALE Fine residence lot, cen
tral. Phone 2219 or 2220. 30-lmo
FOR SALE Mail wagon with stove
complete. Cheap. Dick Stinson,
Centerville, Ind. 30-7t
Conkey's Roup Cure in the drinking
water cures those sneezing, swollen-headed
fowls. A 50c package
makes 25 gallons medicine. Money
back if fails to cure. W. B. Garver,
911 Main St. 9-16-23
FOR SALE Dressed curb stone suit
able for building. Telephone 1247
or 2360. 29-tf
FOR SALE Johnny get your gun at
Wakings. He rents them 406 Main.
27-tf
Stock
Exchange
at Glen Miller Stock Yards. All kinds
of live stock bought, sold or ex
changed for cash or negotiable paper.
Will pay market price, for veal calves.
Bring them Saturdays.
Phone, office, 3744.
Phone. Shurley, 4184.
Phone, Gaar, 2278.
Gaar & Shurley
For Sale
New "Jiawky" Time Reg
ister, S0man, Made by
Crouse-Hinds Co. Syra
cuse N. Y. Just the thing
for a small Factory or De
partment Store. Address
Palladium i 19 tf
FOR SALE Walk Lumber. C. W.
Kramer & Co. j 29-tf
FOR SALE Farms and city property.
If you have a farm, house, or lot for
sale, or house to rent see me. One
percent commission on large sales.
Kaufman, Hittle Block. 21-lmo
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Five room house, 20rt S.
12th. Call at 21ti S. lOth. 2S-3t
FOR RENT Modern seven room resi
dence with bath and hot water heat
ing plant, central location at 44 .
12th street Call at Wm. 1L Brad
bury and Son. 2S-tf
cd to Ruth Gilchrist. Murray Flats.
30-It
FOUND.
FOUND Ladies' Fur NVn-k Pi...
brown in color, was left at Grace
Metnodist parsonage; owner can
call there for same; 913 North A
street 29-3t
BUSINESS CLASSIFIED
INSURANCE.
MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile and
Fire Insurance. Bonds, Loans and
Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. F. Bllg
13-tf
INSURANCE.
Hans N. Koll, Fire and Accident In
surance. 716 Main 6treet-
FOR RENT Modern flat Call 41 S.
h St.
FOR SALE Three shoats, 2 young
sows. O. E. Fulghum, Phbne 3136:
27-tf
iness College.
ff
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-tI
FOR SALE 60 acre farm, one-half
mile from Economy, Ind. Price $75
per acre. J. G. W. Beard, Econo
my, Ind. 29-7t
Market Report
NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS
(Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone 2330,
; Schwenke, Manager.)
New York, Dec. 30.
T Open
L. & N 1571,4
Great Northern 143
Copper 90
American Smeltipg 104
Northern Pacific 145
U. S. Steel ; tl7
U. S. Steel pfd 125
Pennsylvania 137
St. Paul ' ; 15S
IB. AO ..us
New York Central .' ..126
Reading 171
Canadian Pacific 182
Atchison 122
Southern Pacific 134
Union Pacific 204
George A,
High
157
144
91
105
145
92
125
137
158
118
126
171
182
122
135
Low
157
143
90
104
143
91
124
136
158
117
125
170
181
122
134
203
Close
157
143
90
104
143
91
125
137
158
117
125
170
181
122
134
203
FOR SALE Farm of 207 acres locat
ed five miles from Richmond; a bar
gain if sold soon. Apply Chas. W.
Jordan, Richmond, Ind. 24-7t
Oats 35e
Straw, baled $(5.00
Corn Got-
HEATING
Winter is here and for 5 months vou
will want comfortable rooms. It is
not too late to install Hot Water or
Steam Heat.
How about that cold room or your
Hot Air furnace. A Hot WTater Radia
tor is a good cure. Prices are right
and materials will not be cheaper
next season.
JUST SEE
FOR RENT-A barn, 38 S.v5th St. 27-7t
FOR RENT Six room house, S. F
near 12th, fine new; $12.50. Phone
16 15-tf
FOR RENT House of 6 rooms. 2014
N. E street, with hot and cold, rain
water bath, artificial gas, electric
light, hot air furnace. Phone 1522.
21-tf
FOR RENT 4 room flat. No. 1237
Main street. Phone 2277. 24-7t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat,
with bath for gents, at the Grand.
reb22-tf
LOST.
MEERHOFF
21-tf
RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET.
(Richmond Roller Mills)
New wheat, per bu SI. 15
Corn, per bu 55c
Rye, per bu 70c 1
Bran, per ton $24.00'
Middlings, per ton $27.00
Clover Seed, per bu $7.75
PROTECTION FOR
THE TOAO NEEDED
RICHMOND SEED MARKET.
(Runge & Co.)
Timothy $1.90S$2.00
Clover seed $7.50$7.75
POULTRY.
(Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery)
Young chickens, dressed, per lb ..15a
Old chickens, per lb loo
Turkeys .1820c
Ducks i3o
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
(Furnished by Eugene Purtelle Co.,
Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke,
Manager.)
Chicago, Dec. 30.
Wheat-
Open High Low Close
Dec. ... 117 119 117& 118
May ... 112 112 111 112
July ... 102 102 101 102
Corn
Open High Low Close
Dec. ... 63 63 62 63
May ... 66 67 66 66
July ... 66 66 66 66
Oats
Open High Low Close
Deo. ... 43 44 43 44
May ... 45 43 45 45
July ... 43 43 43 43
INDIANAPOLIS MARKET.
INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK
Hogs
Best heavies $S.55$S.S0
Good to choice lights 8.40 8.60
Best pigs s.00 8.15
Best Steers
Good to choice steers 6.50 S.OO
Choice to fancy yearlings 5.25 S 6.00
Stock Cattle
Good to h'vy feeding steers 4.75 5.15
Inferior to choice stockers 3.50 4.75
Common to fair heifers.. 2.75 3.50
Butcher Cattle
Good to choice heifers .. 4.50 5.75
Choice to fancy cows 3.85 5.00
Veal Calves.
uooa to cnoice veal 5.50 10.00
Fair to heavy calves 3.50 S.50
' Sheep and Lambs "
Best yearlings 5.00 5.50
Good to choice sheep .... 4.00 4.50
Good to choice lambs .... 7.3013 8.25
CINCINNATI GRAIN.
Cincinnati, Dec. 30.
Wheat ,..$1.28
Co G5c
O.U .... 47c
Rye
.Sic
EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK.
East Buffalo. Dec. 30.
Cattle Receipts. .V): butcher steers
strong. $.'i.50i$c.4X.
Hogs-Receipts, 3.400; heavies and
mixed, $8.90!i$S.fir.
Sheep Receipts, 7.000; choice $6.00.
Lambs, $7.00&$8.tl5.
Veals Receipts, 200; culls to choice
$7.O0&?ll.OO.
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Creamery butter, per lb 35c
Eggs 2Sc
Country butter, per lb 25fa28c
LIE OTOK
IRMIRIOT
UUUirUUUUiUi U
Reptiles Should Be Cared for
The Same as the Song
Birds Are.
STATEMENT IN A REPORT
STATE ENTOMOLOGIST SHOWS
HOW THE TOAD EATS UP THE
DESTRUCTIVE INSECTS OF
FIELD AND THE AIR.
LOST Small gold neck chain. Wed
nesday evening between 20 N. 14th
and 24 S. 13th. Reward if returned
to 20 N. 14th St. ' 30-lt
LOST Last Friday night on Main
street or in stores, package contain
ing three calendars with water color
heads attached. Reward If return-
WAS NEARLY ONE
WEDDING PER DAY
LAUNDRY.
Dirty clothes made clean; If you dont
believe it. try us. Richmond Steam
Laundry. Phone 1251. feb23-tf
UPHOLSTERING.
J. H. RUSSELL. 16 South 7th Street
Phore 1793.
ialtj.
Repair work a spec
11-tf
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
WILSON. POHLMEYER DOWN
ING. 15 North Tenth. Phone 1335
Private ambulance. 2S-tf
STORAGE.
WANTED To store your goods; have
just leased a building for that pur
pose. 417 N. 8th. Phone 177S. 4tf
POLLED JERSEYS.
Highland Lad 121, grandson of richest
milker In Pan American Exposition.
Daughter tests 5.6 per cent, first
calf. In service at my farm. O. E.
Fulghum. 3-tf
During Past Twelve Months
There Were 354 Li
censes Issued.
SHOWS SLIGHT INCREASE
IT IS ESTIMATED THAT THERE
WERE FULLY FIFTY WAYNE
COUNTY PEOPLE MARRIED
OLD KENTUCKY.
Tha Sum.
Sir Robert Ball asserted that every
100 years the sun loses five miles of
Its diameter. To allay anxiety, how
ever, he mentioned that the diameter
of the snn is 800.000 miles and that 40,
000 years hence the diameter would
still be 858,000 miles.
COUNTY IS STILL
QUITE NOTORIOUS
FOR MARITAL WOES
(Continued From Page One.)
MISSES COAT.
The cut of this coat la quite plain, bat
the straps are so placed nn the pocket
and sleeves as to give a modish effect.
The pattern is cut la three liars. Is, 14
and 16 years. Siae 18 requires S yard
of SO Inch material. Price of patters
483 is 10 cents.
No. 483.
Address
Sue ........
Fill out blank and send to Patten
Department of this newspaper.
Palladium Special)
Indianapolis, Ind.. Dec. SO. People
ought to protect the American toad,
just as they protect the song birds,
says B. W. Douglass, state entomolo
gist, in his annual report, which has
! just been submitted to the governor, i
He makes an earnest plea for the toad
(Palladium Special) auu snys now me toaa eats up the de-
Indianapolis, Dec. 30. Receipts: 5,. j structive insects of the field and the
500 hogs; 1,200 cattle and 250 sheep. air v He says tnat etorty-five per cent
aeainst "US hn S rattle Di so, of the food of the y little toad is
against 5,o48 hogs, 80- cattle ana 522 animal matter nearIy aU of lg
sheep a, week ago and 10.40S hogs, 1,- composed of the kind of Insects that
PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK.
Pittsburg, Dec. DO.
Cattle Receipts light.; extra fine $6.40
y$.eo.
Hogs Receipts, 15 double decks;
prime heavies, $S.!.
Sheep Receipts, 2 loads; prime vear-
lings, $5,40f$..tiO.
Lambs, 93.ri0$S.6O.
Veals-Receipts, light; ?S00?10.2o.
INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN.
Indianapolis, Dec. CO.
Wneat o-
vorn
Oats
Rye
2ic
47c
SOc
TOLEDO GRAIN.
449 cattle and 24S sheep a year ago.
Receipts of hogs were about 1,000
larger than the daily average this
week, but at that comparatively small
and with a good increase in the de
mand from out side sources, especial
ly for light hogs, the market from the
start was active and sales were un
evenly higher, the average 10 cents
above yesterday. There was a good
clearance and the last sales were
steady at opening prices. There were
few strictly top kinds, but $3.80 was
paid and the bulk of the hogs sold for
SSJS0 and JS.70.
Toledo, Dec. CO.
" 1.
Corn 64ic
Oats 47C
Re 7Sc
CINCINNATF LIVESTOCK.
Cincinnati. Dec. 30.
Hogs Receipts, 3,0tJS; tops, $8.05.
Cattle Receipts, 5); market easy.
Sheep Receipts, 350: best, $5.40.
Best calves. $7.73$ 10.00.
Lambs, $4.00$S.0O.
RICHMOND MARKETS.
Dexterous Eating.
In the island of Jamaica, the laud of
hurricanes and earthquakes, the native
women do almost all the work, even
to plowing in the fields and working
on the government roads, and this
keeps them more or less busy. They
aiso nave a peculiar custom when eat
ing. In order not to waste valuable
time these dark members of the gen
tler sex have adopted an Ingenious
metnod. They place a plate containing
their food, be it hot boiled rice or rab
bit stew, on their heads, and. thus bal
anclng the dish, they walk about the
yaras or their homes, reaching up a
hand when they wish to take food
from the plate and going about their
regular work. Tet they never spill
anything.
destroy farmers crops.
Does Much Good.
He says that the toad is ugly one of
the most repulsivs looking creatures
but that nothing Is so ugly but that it
amounts to something and he says the
toad does as much good, with all of Its
ugliness, as do the birds with all' of
their beauty. He says the toads do not
come out much ia the daytime, because
they cannot stand the dryness and
light. But at night they come out into
the open and get busy with the bugs.
In the day time, he says, toads, are
sometimes found in or near wet places,
and for this reason he suggests to far
mers that they leave some undrained '
Three hundred and fifty-four cou
ples were united In marriage during
the present year, according to the mar
riage license records of County Clerk
Harry EL Penny. The report com
pares very favorably with that for the
year 10uS, a slight increase being not
ed. In addition to the number of li
censes issued to Wayne county resi
dents by the county clerk, it is estimat
ed that there were fifty marriages per
formed during the year, in which the
persons involved were wedded in Ken
u&n Cupid was particularly active
among the residents of the county who
are natives of the United States. Most
of them were born and raised in this
county. Very few licenses were issued
to parties who were born In foreign
countries, particularly Germany, En
gland and Ireland. However, accord
ing to the surnames of the applicants,
25; for fraud, 1; for support. 2; dam
ages, 8; appointment of receiver, 3; to
annul marriage, 1; condemnation and
appropriation of real estate, 11; habeas
corpus. 3; adoption, 5; bastardy, 3;
appeal, 3; miscellaneous, including
change of name and minor petitions. 5;
alimony, fl; for maintenance of child,
1; injunction, 1; to review Judgment,
owing to error In law, 1: damages for
)N false imprisonment and malicious pros
ecution, 1; petition for restoration, 1;
to recover penalty for false marriage,
1; on judgment, 1; fraudulent marriage
4; on contract. 1; petition for appoint
ment of appraisers, 1; unpaid stock
subscriptions, 1; contest to set aside
will, 1; to set aside fraudulent convey
ance, 1; to set aside conveyance, 11.
A CHRISTMAS TBEAT
The Christmas entertainment given
last evening at the North Fourteenth
Street Mission Sunday school, was a
decided success. Much credit is due
to Superintendent Jacob ..ard and
Mrs. Elizabeth Candler of .the Associat
ed Charities for arranging such a novel
entertainment and affording pleasure
for so many poor children. There are
about lu children In the Sunday
school, but the number of hivited
guests present last rvonin. ..11. ..
St S -.1 .1... 1 . - I " --t..lV
il uuu mai me parents or a large number to about 250. A class drill
was a decided feature of the exercises.
There was a large Christmas tree, and
lots of candy for the little ones which
was distributed by Santa Claus him-
seir.
. i
LADIES AND MISSES CAPE.
Capes like this are mat favorites
The material used is nary blue, lined
with bright red. The collar is bUrk rel
vet. trimmed with gilt braid and gilt but
tons are used. Buttonholes are worked)
in each side and the front nay be ba -toned
back, forming a lapel and showins;
the edge of the lining.
This pattern is ent in three sises. S3. M
and 40 bust measure.' Sue S6 requires
S yards or 54 inch material, or with a
seam in the renter back requires 4 yards
of S Inch material. Price of pattern
No. 489.
Name
Address
SlX- - swtsi
Fill out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newepapcr.
number were of foreign birth
WAR HOW RENEWED
TAKEN FROM COURT
Condemnation proceedings entered
in the circuit court by the Peansyl-
RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
(Omar G. Whelan)
Timothy hay Goose) $15$16i Jew York Times.
A Hard Character.
He I went to the palmist's last
week to have my character read. She
-Yes? What did he sav? h-tt
didn't say anything. He looked at my
un. cougnea a tnt and then gave me
my money back and bowed me out.
Madrid, Dec. 30. War has again
broken out in Morocco, after several
weeks of comparative quiet, in which
nlares on their Ur wWo tfc , 11 laougni 6 pain 8 OUriCUJtles
live and breed. The report tells ail j with tribesmec 'ere r. Last
aboi'Vthe toad from the tima nlZht Kabyles armed with rifles, at-
hatcheci out of the eggs in the water 1 tacked Alhucemas and other Spanish I vania Railroad company against prop
through his tad pole life until he at f0rts on the Moroccan coast. They I erty owners along the company's
were repuisea wun neavy losses Dy , ngnt of way, n this county, in a num-
me apanisn artillery. Tne position
of the Spaniards was strengthened to
day and reinforcements are held In
readiness for departure if Gen. Marina
asks for help.
last absorbs his tale and sprouts legs
and hops away to look out for himself.
The tcad article I cne of the most in
teresting in Mr. Douglass's book, and
one that gives a reader a different idea
of the ugly little toad.
Eggs of Crabs and Lobsters.
Crabs and lobsters are batched from
eggs, resembling upon birth nothing so
much as the animalculae shown by the
microscope in a drop of ditch water.
They are as unlike the shellfish they
are to become in mature life as a grub
Is unlike a butterfly. In the case of
the crab the egg clusters are attached
beneath the animal after extrusion,
while with the lobster they become
fastened to the tail, which, by its fan
ning motion Increases the stream of
oxygenated air through and among the
ova, ..-
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DIES AT RIPE AGE
Mrs. Elizabeth Crask, aged 96 years,
died last night at the Home for the
Friendless. 306 South Tenth street, cf
which institution she has been an in
mate for the past thirteen years. The
deceased had been in feeble health
for some time. Death was due to
senility. The funeral wCl take place
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
Home, the Rev. David C. Huntington
of the St. Paul's Episcopal church officiating.
ber of instances have been dismissed
the defendants being satisfied with
the amount of damages received from
the company. The defendants in the
cases were as .follows: J. C. King,
Benjamin F. Drischel, Margaret Mc
Caffrey, Charles H. Huddleston. Char
les A. Porter. J. A. Dunbar and R. E.
Hartman.
if 1
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss.:
instate or Julia I. Sterrett, deceased.
Notice Is hereby alven that the nn.
dersigned has been appointed br i
Wayne Circuit Court, administrator
of the estate of Julia L Sterrett de
ceased, late of Wayne County, Indiana.
Said estate is supposed to be solvent
CHARLES E. POTTER.
Administrator.
A. M. Gardner, Attorney. 23-30-Jaa6
STRAIGHT TOP CORSET COVER.
This is the easily made, straight edge
design for a corset corer, suitable for
hemstitched or embroidered flouncing.
The sleeres are trimmed with a ban
stitched ruffle to match the edge.
This pattern is cut in fire sises, 32 to
40 bust measure. Size 36 requires 1
rards of flouncing 18 inches wide. Pries
of Pattern 446 U 10 cents.
No. 448.
IMmnmilSIMMMM
Address
Size
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