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THE RICHMOND PATXADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1910. T5) A To WA NT AD " 1 l 1 1 h i I ti ji ii z mat; 52 c m For Yomir Coeveoleece LIST OF AGENCIES. Branca offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest yow- The rates are the aarce and you 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. QUIGLEY 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. II St. RATES T cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent In by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. P R I N T E it S WANTED Business bouse has its own up-to-date print ing department, but lacks satisfac tory superintendent; also pressman. Must have high grade work, partic ularly three-color work. We want to engage only capable men. Union shop. Send letters to American Pure Seed Co., Evansville, Ind. Shop is not in Evansville. C-lt CvANTED Energetic and reliable party acquainted in local and sur rounding territory to sell high class smoked meats and provisions on commission basis to trade for Chi cago house. Best reference and bond required. State reference and qualifications in full. Address "O" care Palladium. 6-St WANTED Woodworking machine op Apply at office, the man the manm erators at Hoosier Drill factory. Apply at office American Seeding Machine Co. 6-3t WANTED Lady agents to Introduce our Pure Aluminum Cooking Uten siles, everlasting, non-scorching. 237 women made $1,000.00 each during 1909. Send at once for par- tic ul a rs of this splendid business. American Aluminum Mfg. Co., Dept. A., Lemont, III. 6-lt vVANTED Your old Ingrain, Brus sels, Moquette, Velvet and Axmins ter carpets. We make beautiful "Fluff Rugs" any size desired. For prices, etc., call E. B. Spencer at the Central Hotel. Rep. for Asbjian Bros. Rug Makers from Indianapo lis. Satisfaction guaranteed. Will be here a few weeks only. Orders given now will be delivered in April. G-3t WANTED Capable intelligent local representative for about two months work, paying $2.00 to $3.00 per day. Opportunity for permanent position. QUICK SALE MALL PROFIT It has just been six months since my entering the Furniture business at that time there was very little new furniture sold at this- stand since then I have bought and laid in a line of house furnishings goods of all kinds, including Furniture, Carpets, Rugs. Curtains, etc. Have done a good business and a liberal patronage has been shown mc. There are a number of reasons for this. I have shown the people of Richmond and vicinity that I dou't charge an outrageous price for my goods, but am sat isfied with a small profit. I can do this for the simple reason that I am not under the expense of the up-town store. One of the biggest expenses is the rent. I am out of the high rent district. We want the business and are willing to divide the profits to get it. CASH OR PAYMENTS. 10 per cent discount on sales paid in SO to 60 days. J. B. HOLTHOUSE, CO MAIN STREET. I mm mw STYLE 4S3 ' ; 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. Spare time can be employed. Uni versal House, Care Paladium. 5-4t WANTED Customers for country butter, eggs and chickens. Also border by day, week or meal. 2o S. Tth. 5-7t WANTED Brown Leghorn cockerels. Phone 23B. 4-3t WANTED To correspond with nice, refined gentleman, age 40 or 45 years, also make acquaintance. Ad dress Jessie Moon, Richmond, Ind., General Delivery. 3-4t W A N T E D Metal pattern makers. Standard Pattern & Mfg. Co. 3-tf For the latest styles in dressmaking see Mrs. Thomas, Colonial Bldg. Prices reasonable and work guaran teed. 2-7t WANTED To buy 50 bicycles, revol vers, guns, gents' suits, shoes, etc. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day nights. J. M. Lacey, Loan of fice. Cor. 8th and Main. 1-lmo WANTED Young energetic married man for stock and dairy farm; give farm experience and references. Ad dress O. II. Harrison, over 901 Main St. WANTED Storage; have just leased building for that purpose. W. F. Brown, phone 1778. 12-tf WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night Scnooi for men. Practical classes now en !' rolling. 28-tf WANTED Men to learn barber trade. 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, Cincinnati, O. 21-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or (arm, go right to Porterfleld's Real Es tate office. Kelley Block. 8th and Main. 14-tf EJ9 ' (PfflTY, S North 10th TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery. Walter E. Murray, 51'.J Main. Phone 12l. 27-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks ard fire Insur ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block. Sta and Main. 6-tf FOR SALE Fresh Reg. Jersey heifer calf. Heifer Elg. to Reg. Harry J. Malon, Route 2. Tel. 513S H. 5-7t 1 5-7t FOR SALE 157Mj acre farm, nearly all tillible land; good soil; good buildings; immediate possession of fered; $800 cash rent; 4 miles out. $S0 an acre. 40 acres; new house; good barn; level land; plenty of fruit; 3 miles from town; $4,500. Kaufman, Hittle Block. 5-7t FOR SALE 4 cylinder automobile, four passenger; 1st class condition. Call 116 N. ICth St. 5-2t FOR SALE Stoves and house hold furniture. Call at 1603 Main St. 5-2t FOR SALE Barred Rock Cockerels for breeding. P. L. Ross, 30 S. 22nd. 5-7 1 FOR SALE Five room brick cottage. 613 S. 7th. . 5-2t PUBLIC SALE I will sell at auction on Feb. 10 at 2 p. m. at 127 N. 3rd street, a 5-room house with large lot to the highest bidder. George B. Moore, agent. Phone 2459. 2-tf FOR SALE Eight room house and bath, two barns, fine lot; 212 Rich mond Ave. 3-7t Four mace Heat That's the combination we furnish for the least money. Over 100 satisfied customers. 619 SOUTH NINTH ST. PH'OXE 16S5. FOR SALE A number of farms, city property and lots. 1 percent com mission on large sales. Kaufman, Hittle Block. 3-tf FOR SALE Two teams, drivers, good ones, 1 of mules, 1 of horses. A. B. Simmons, Greensfork. 31-7t TURNER W. HADLEY collects rents, sells and rents property, writes Fire Insurance, 913 Main. Phone 1S14. 6-7t BIG DOUBLE SALE FEB. STH on farm of C. P. Chenoweth, 2 miles west of Whitewater: 4 head of Horses, 9 head of Cattle, 17 head of Brood Sows, 40 head of feeding Hogs and Shoats, Corn, Hay and Oats, Incubator and Brooder, and Household goods. 4-6-7 FOR SALE Some extra fine bar gains in lots for the Spring trade. Ferguson Investment Co. 1-tf FOR SALE Six room house; good condition: reasonable, one square from car line. Phone 194!). "1-tf FOR SALE A good six year old horse perfectly gentle and sound; also de livery wagon. Tel 307 S. l-7t FOR SALE Walk Kramer & Co. Lumber. C. w. 29-tf J. E. Jones, J. W. Wilson Real Estate, Loans, Rentals, Notary Public and Collections. If you want to buy, sell or rent farm or city prop erty, see us. "Over 633 Main. Phone 1762. Jones and Wi!son MIMA IFo PUD! Come in and inspect our Spring and Summer Woolens Before Buying Your Easter Suit UST ISoOO AMD HJIP DENNIS Sl THOMAS St. WANT AD LETTEI USli Tne following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail n answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: Box 55 . Piano . . H. C. J. Rooms 2 M. M. ... 3 Up-to-date , 1 Bookkeeper .1 W. P. .. Mall will be kept for 30 flays only. Al: mail not called for within that time will be ca3t out. GET BUSY I will build you a new 5 room house, cement cellar, woodhouse and walks, all up-to-date, bath and closet, electric light, for $2,000; $500 cash, balance 16 2-3 per month. I have 15 properties, all cottages, from 2 to 5 rooms each, from $."oo to $1,200 each; $100 cash, balance by the month. Some of the properties can be sold on a 12 per cent investment. I have a double house rented for $S.50 each side, well located for $1650. I have two business rooms and flats above, all rent for $26.00 per month; almost on Main street, $3,000. I have $750 to loan, also $S0O to loan, also $1,000 to loan. I want $2,000 to make good farm loan with. I have good 10 to 20 per cent invest ments for sale. Abstracts and notary work. Rentals. Also an SO acre farm, 3 miles out, well improved, $1,000. Also 6 acres improved, 2 miles out, $1,250. Nice level land. Also a number of properties, up to date and well located, ranging from $2,500 to $5,000. Also from one to any number of acres you want, on nice pike, one and one-half miles out of city, $200 per acre. Also a 40 acre well improved dairy farm, stock and all farming imple ments, milk route and all, at a bar gain, immediate possession, 3 miles out. Also a nice 12 acre level land, well improved, J-,-", 1 miles out. Also a 110 acre good farm for sale or trade fci smaller farm. If not suited in this, there is some thing the matter with you. It's That MORGAN STH AND N. E ST. For Richmond Property New 7 room house, electric lights, bath, furnace. South. Price $3,300. New 7 room house with bath, elec tric light, furnace. Main St. Price $3,200. 8 room house, hot water heating plant, barn, electric light, bath. East Main St. Price $1,250. New cottage r rooms. Fairvlew. Price $1,300. This can be bought by paying $300 cash and balance by the month. Many good properties that must sell quick. O. Q. PORTERFIELD KELLY BLDG. STH AND MAIN ST. STTOE, TOMEEIW mi ESTATE House. S rooms and bath, furnace, cement walks, nice barn, west side $3.5'tO. New 7 room house, bath, furnace. A nice home. West Main street $3.25. New S room bouse, bath, pantry, furnace, hardwood lloor, in ". r-joms. West, side $4.5ntt. New 7 room house, bath pantry, oak finish. good cellar. South loth St. $3.2uu. 7 loom brick house almost new, fur nace, nice barn, splendid location. South Mil St. $4. Modern s room house well finished, furnace, big lot, nice stable. North 20th St. $3,5im.. A nice home with 3 acres, west side $3,000. New 6 room house, bath, hot water heating plant, extra well finished. West Sidt $3.60o. Good n room house, well finished, good cellar, good stable. West Rich mond $2,600. I Good 6 room house, rent $12.50. N. 16th St. Sl.tioo. Good house of 7 rooms, well finish ed. South West 3rd St. $1,600. Lot 33x135 $205. 6 room brick house with pantry, good cellar. loth kinds water. North 2 let St. $1,600. 5 room house, big attic, large lot containing nearly 2 acres on south side $2, 200. Nice s room house, electric lights, both kinds water, lot 32x135. North 17th St. $2,000. Store room with 5 living looms $1,600. Good house, 7 rooms on Sheridan $1,300. 5 room brick house, well finished, barn 2x24. North 19th St. $3,000. 6 room house, pantry, hall, nice barn on Chestnut St. $2,300. Good S room house and livery barn on Fort Wayne Ave. $3,500. i, i uumm HITTLE BLK. PHONE SVM. For Sale New "Hiawley' Tims Reg ister, S0miani, Made by Crouseiiinds Co. 5yra case N. Y. Jest the thing for a ma!3 Factory cr De parturient Store. Address Palladium! 19tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat, with bath for gents, at tha Grand. reb22-tt FOR RENT 4 room flat 1237 Main. Phone 2277. 6-7t FOR RENT 3 furnished or unfurn ished rooms at 32J S. 12th. 5-2t FOR RENT Room, heat and bathTl t N. 12th. 4-7t FOR RENT Two acres of ground, close in. Address "N" care Pal ladium. 4-3t FOR RENT Five room flat with large attic. Modern. Call 46 S. 11th St. 3-tf FOR RENT 3 large rooms, 317a S. 4th St. Phone 2477. 2-tf FOR RENT Front room, heat, bath, board; 44 S. 12th. 31-7t LOST. LOST Between Lincoln and Laurel streets, ladies' Hunting case watch with engraving from "Edward to Maud." engraved in case; reward; 212 Lincoln St. 5-3t LOST Between Lincoln and Laurel streets, ladies open face engraved case watch, "Edward to Morris," en graved in case; reward; 212 Lincoln Street. 4-3t FOUND. FOUND A door key on S. 7th St. between C and E Sts. Owner may have the same by calling at the Pal ladium office. 6-lt BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile and Fire Insurance. Bonds. Loans and Rentals. Room 16. I. O. O. F. Bl ig. 13-tt INSURANCE. Hans N. KoH. Fire and Accident In surance. 716 Main street. LAUNDRY. i Dtrt7 clothes made clean; If you don't I believe It, try u. Hiennio&d Steam I laundry Phone 1531. feb23 tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th Street. Phoro 1793. Iteralr work a spec ialtj. 11-tf I T. P. A. OO Notes BY T. C. . Next tegular meeting of the post Sat urday February I'f.th. The Euchre set is inconsolable. Oue of their number has deserted them, and it looks as if it might be for some time. James Martin quietly stole a march on the T. P. A. boys and all the bal ance of his friends, and was married last Thursday afternoon to Miss Lil lian Stout of this city. kv. Wade performed the ceremony and the brid? and groom departed at once for In dianapolis. From Indianapolis the newly wedded pair will go to Fowler, where Mr. Martin has a daughter liv ing. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, after a short visit in Fowler, will return to Rich mond to make their future home. The newly wedded groom is one of the most popular members of Post C. T. P. A., and the wedding was a complete surprise to most all of the members. -Mrs. Martin is an estimable lady and enjoys a large acquaintance among Post C members. The T. P. A.'s ex tend to the bride and groom their very best wishes. The two committees appointed to nominate officers and delegates should consider well their duty and act intel ligently. They should not rush head long into this matter and select at ran dom a list of names to be voted on in March. Especially true Is this in the selection of names or men to act as delegates to the national convention. Men should hf sent to the coming con vention who are thoroughly acquaint ed with the workings of the T. P. A., and especially of the workings within the last year or two. We must have delegates intelligent, forceful and with the proper amount of fight in them to help bring about a change that will sooner or later come. Iet us bear in mind that this is no common conven tion, but one of unusual importance and effecting the great interests of our national organization When we look over tha list of nominees, select and vote for men that will serve the post well and represent us as we should be represented. Marcus Hasty still chance. has a fighting "Daddy" Kramer. Ed. Thatcher. Charlie Morgan and Ihe balance of the "Eucht" set" had been secretly plan ning for the last two months the won derful time they would have when "Our Jim" got married. Kramer had spent long hours in careful arranging every detail for the crowd that would help jim with the marriage festivities. Uncle Eilly had bought a new tie, Ed Thatcher had arranged to have his trousers pressed and Charlie was hav ing a dress suit rearranged to fit the occasion. Hut alas! "Our Jim" cast aside all old friendships and let the faithful few standing at the gate, while the wedding bells rang for him. To see this poor heartbroken "Euchre set" so Richmond, Ind. STORAGE. WANTED To store your goods; havo just leased a building for that pur pose. 417 N. Sth. Phoua 177S. 4tf POLLED HEREFOROS. Two pure bred heifers, bred to a polled bull. One heifer calf, a bar gain. Thone 3136. O. E. Fulghum. IS tf BICYCLES. Latest 1910 spring fork bicycles at Waking & Co.; if you buy early you get a bargain; 406 Main. Phone C0t5 30 tf ELECTRIC WIRING and repairing of all kinds; all work promptly attended to. Phone 323:. Chas. Davis, 214 Pearl. 3-lnio 'completely shattered would move the I hardest heart to tears. Whether the I balance of the "set" will disband or ' try to repair the loss and go ahead has as yet not been definitely settled. I A great number of the boys will vote before they leave Monday morning on the road. The following article dipped from the T. P. A. column of New Albany, is of interest to Post t Wo know of no man in the state better qualified to fill Lebo's place than the peutlenian men tioned. l"p-to-date this is the only name mentioned for state honors: At th last meeting of Post Q Jauu ary 2t. Mr. Chas. M. Zink was placed in nomination for division president T. P. A. of A. Mr. Zink is eminently qualified for the position and needs no introduction to the rank and file of the T. P. a. in the state as he has attend ed nearly every convention in the last four or five years not only the state conventions, but national conventions as well. Mr. Zink is an enthusiast on T. P. A. bnsiess and a hard worker for the advancement of the assclation and will no doubt make an efficient and worthy officer. Mr. Zink is president of Post Q and no better ever occupied that chair. We predict he will have but little opHsition and no doubt le elected unanimously. Post Q is very proud of its president and the 7.V or yi members will to a man Imhuh him from this date for state president. The slogan. "Zink first. last and all the time." will be heard from now until the last vote is com. ted at Fort Wayne in May. 1U. The following apology from Mr. F. M. Kleeder of Marion press committee Is uncalled for, as no one for a minute ever thought he referred to our stale president. E. E. Lolo. If his Mood Is chilled we would advise him to come to Richmond. Wo have the where with to cause Ids blood to circulate warmly and unruffled. T P A GALLEY TWO By ihe slip'of a cog or our pen w made an awful break last week in this column, and did a great injustice to our state president, the article had reference to our national preRidt-nt. Our state president stands well with the T. P. A. of the state, and is in right, has always frowned down any thing that had the earmarks of tricky liolitios. We cannot account how we could get things so bal'ed ; as we have been on a vegetable and water diet for the past ten days, still that may be the reason, for when a man's blood is chilly his pen may make 7.ig zags. We make due apologies to Ihe Ksts of the state for this tjeeming asjersion on her favorite son. N. I'. Ieasure and Mr. Hoar of In-dianai-olis and memlers of Post B visited the cl! rooms the past week. They report T. P. A. mattera in Post It as being on tho upiter trend and that we can look for some great do ings with them after April 1st. Ther have already leased new rooms in the Claypool building, corner Illinois and Washington streets and will be better located to serve the members of their lost. Post 15 now has a membership of 8"-n. but should be Increased to 1, 00 within a year.