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THE RICHMOND PATXADIU3I AND S U N-T ELEGRA3I, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1910.
PAGE NINE To A To WA NT AD ECTION I For Yotmr Cooveoieece LIST OF AGENCIES. Branch offices are located in every part of the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest y0. The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENINO & EICKHORN, 13th and S. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. P. HENRY ROTHERT. 5th and S. IL 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 I cent per word 7 days for the pilce of 5 days. We charge adver tisements Bent in by phone and collect after its insertion. WANTED. WANTED Two apprentices to learn millinery. Call ol N. 8th St. 12-2t WANTED Grinder, Lathe and MilT ing Machine men, Tinners and as semblers. Good wages and steady work for experienced men and help ers. Apply immediately, Reo Motor Car Company, Lansing, Michigan. 12-14t. W A N T E I 5 0 b i c y c 1 es r e v o 1 v e r s , gum, gents' suits, shoes, etc. J. M. Lacey Loan office, Cor. 8th and Main. 1-lruo WANTED To rent 3 or 4 rooms, fur nished or unfurnished. Charles Copeland, Windsor Hotel. ll-4t WANTEDScrew cutting-lathe, with hollow spindle. Must be in good shape. The Ashman Heater Com pany, New Paris, Ohio. 10-7t wTuTTorift" 8-7t WANTED To buy lots front. Phone 3143. Wanted y. m. c a. Night school for men; classes now enrolling. WANTED- - Metal pattern makers. Standard Pattern & Mfg. Co. 3-tf 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 Place for dry cow in couu try for two months. State price for keeping. Address C. M. Lyons, Pal ladium. 9-tf WANTED Men To learn barber trade! .Demand greater than supply. Grad i rates 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 farm, go right tc Porterfleld's Real Es tate officfi. Kelley Block, 8th and Main. 14 tt TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery. Walter E. Murray, 519 Main. Phone 4201. 27-tf WANTED?!, oOO a year for local rep representatives; last year K7 agents made over $1,500 each selling our wonderful everlasting cooking uten sils; an excellent proposition for high class agents; write tonight. American Aluminum Mfg Co., Dept. A., Lemont, 111. 13-'v-27 WANTED-r agentsTladies or gentle men, whole or part time. Call morn ings at 407 Pearl street. lS-2t WiANTED A n experienced cutter. Richmond Furniture Manufacturing Company. i:)-"'t WANTED Man for general work, taking care of horses, steady work; one who lives close perferred. Chas. Knopf Floral Company, Asylum ave, phone 31 IS. 13-lt VANTED Lady agents of ability and neat appearance to call on all mer chants in their city. Permanent po i sition; good commissions; prompt re mittances. The Belmont Co., Cin cinnati, O. Kilt WANTEDPosition aseolU7ctor: A man of experience. Best of refer ence. Address J. S., care Palladium. 13-lt WANTED A young lady stenograph er to take a position in New Castle; call at Richmond Business College, Monday morning. FOR.SALE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire lasur- INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. REPRESENTATIVE SALES HOGS. No. Av. Dk. Price 5 110 .. 8.2u 3 K .. 8.70 11 45S .. S.50 43 10 80 8.75 21 107 .. 8.80 54 .. 17i) 40 S.SO 40 18a .. 8.S0 SO 191 .. S.Su 105 174 120 S.S5 55 202 SO S.S5 43 224 SO S.S5 S3 1S5 ' S.00 47 23o SO 19 244 SO .... 00 1..'.". 249 40 8.93 D3 273 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 ance. Porterfield. Kelly Block, 8th and Main. 6-tf PUBLIC SALE, Tuesday, Feb. lot, four miles south of Richmond on Straight Line Pike. Horses, cattle, hogs, corn farming implements and household goods. Howard Watson. KJ-lt FOR SALE Four acres on car line, good modern house, good barn, thir teen acres, well improved, near town; an abundance of fruit. This is a choice suburban home. 105 acres stock and grain farm at a bar gain. We have most any kind of residence property you might de sire, also a number of good rental propositions. If you want any thing in the real estate line, don't fail to see us for full particulars and prices. Dye & Price, 9th and Main. 13&15 FOR SALE Grocery stock, amounting WE'VE OOT THE RECORD Over One Hundred satisfied customers in one year on one make of furnace. Where's the secret? It's in our direct action system plenty of heat small amount of fuel. Not merely one register, but a number of registers, ail doing their part. Many people have told us they are burning less fuel in the furnace than they burned in the stoves, and getting plenty heat. Now Mr. property owner, we've got the record nobody will dispute that, but our system is no longer an experiment, and we believe if everybody in Richmond would see half a dozen of our furnaces in operation, look into the fur nace and judge the amount of fuel, we would be swamped with orders. Douu't Juamp at CoeclysSoinis regarding our furnace, but investigate thoroughly, and investigate several. Then see us for additional information regarding new ideas. Below is a random list of users of our furnace. West off West 5th Street Prof. N. C. Heironimus Prof. J. E. Bundy C. W. Parker Mr. Gardner C. W. Pitts Walter Boone Foster Gustin Mrs. Harmon Oran Steddom, Lincoln Street Mr. Shafer, Lincoln Street Thomas Elleman, Randolph Street Jno. Schneider, Ridge Street Mf. Norman, Sheridan Street Harry Eubank Dr. Pierce, Main Street Mr. Wolford, Main Street .1. L. Craig, 217 N. 7tli Street. Felix Metzger, South 6th Street Ernest Bode, South 6th Street Chas. Hirsehfield. South 6th Street Henry Rothert, South nth Street Wm. Duning. South 11th Street Dr. W. G. Huffman Herbert Garrett Don t think winter is over with and you'll wait until summer or fall. Only a few days required to install, and no tearing up of house. You will derive much satisfaction now and in spring when cool days set in and no stoves up. For a quick heat the furnace is as easy to fire as a stove. GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW and be comfortable. We try our best to please everybody, and our success in this respect is almost beyond our own belief. Price $80 and up, depending on quality and number off pipes and size off furnace. PILGRIM FURNACE COMPANY 639 South 9th Street INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Best heavies. 210 lbs. and up $S.S0et 9.00 Good to choice lights 8.SK'C 8.90 Best pigs b.25 S.73 Best Stecru Good to choice ctecrs ... 6.25$? 7.00 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50 6.00 : Stoci: Cuttle Gcod to h'vy feeding steers 4.75 5.00 Inferior to choice stockers 3.50 4.75 Common to fair heifers.. 2.75$ 3.50 Butcher Cattle Good to choice heifers .. 4.75 6.00 Good to fancy cows 3.75 5.25 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 3.00 9.00 Fair to heavy calves .... 3.00 S.23 Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 6.50 7.00 Good to choice sheep 4.75Lt 5.50 Good to choice lambs SAXXg S.S3 to about $1,300; good paying busi ness; cheap rent. Address 71 M. in care Palladium. li'-Tt FOR-SALE KitchenCablnet 22l8. W. Old Street. l,J-2t FO R SALE Two 1 o t si Ear 1 ham Heights; cheap; address "Lot" care Palladium. 12-7t FOR SALE-Sleigh and bells. Inquire at Paper Mill. LM:t Foil S AlE Ru bbeTTired closing winter buggy. Dr. Grosvenor. 12-3t. FOR SALE Good, well improved farm, fine location; price $100 per acre. See J. E. Moore, over No. ( North Seventh St. 9-tf FOR SALE Feb. 17th. Public sale of between 33 and 4u head of heavy work horses and mules. Three miles east of city on our farm near State line on D. fc W. traction line. Stop lOfiii. Sale begins at 12:30. Miller & Dagler. 9-7t FOR SALE5 room howse electric flight; 43 foot lot Must sell soon because off leaving the city. 438 S. 14th. U7t FOR "SALE Quick, 206 acres, fine grain farm, level, 5 miles north Richmond, bargain. 132 S. W. of Centerville, Nolansfork bottom, ex tra good, a bargain. Call or write A. M. Roberts, 1525 N. A. 7-7t FOR SALE Good house, barn and 2 acres at Whitewater. Benj F. Harris. ll-7t FOR SALE Beagle pups, S weeks old, will hunt next fall. See Lewis E. Fahlsing. Phone 4176. ll-3t FOR SALE Wooden counters; Ar cade Theater. ll-7t FOR SALE Modern 6 room house, good location, bargain; leaving city. Address "Bargain," care Palladium. 8-7t Pearfl Street Frank Swain J. C. Boone Mrs. Carman .1. W. Boswell Mr. Stanley Will J. Robbins Jno. B. Smelser Claude Addlemau Lucetia Trotter Oscar Greene M. J. Quigley, Drug Store Chas. Fiening, South 11th Street Gus Cook, South 11th Street Ed Cooper, 4VJ South 12th Street Webb-Pyle, South lL'th Street Mr. Riffle. South 12th Street Garrett Heitbrink. South 13th Street J. W. Ross, South 14th -Street Chas. Schu maker. North 21st Street E. A. Beyerle, North ISth Street Miss Buell, Soutii 10th Street Wm. Niewohner, South lull Street Mrs. Dundon, North 15th Street Glenn Taylor (4 furnaces) EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo. Feb. 12. Cattle Receipts 25: prime $7.23. Hogs Receipts, 2,500. primes $9.23. Sheep Receipts, 7,000; prime, $7.00. Lambs, $S.S3. Veals Receipts, 200; choice $11.30. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Feb. 12. Cattle Receipts, light;' extras!-$iL 83; primes, $6.70. Hogs Receipts 10 loads; prime heavy and Yorkers, $9.10. Sheep Receipts, light; tops $6.73. . Lambs, $8.75. Calves, choice, $10.25. PALLADIUM. WANT ADS PAY. WANT AD LETTEI LOST Tne following ara replies to Palla dium Want Ads. 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 coon today as follows: Box 55 2 Vp-to-datfc. ....1 Piano 3 Bookkeeper . . 1 N 1 Mail will be kept for 30 days only. Ali mail not called for within that time will be cast out Jones and Wilson 120 acres 90 acres tillable, 40 acres ! in good pasture, good buildings, on I stone pike, 'a mile from church, school and village. This is a bargain, j Good city properties for sale. $500.00 ; to loan on mortgage. ;;:i Main St. i Phone 1762. Over Irvin Reed's Hard 1 ware Store. FOR SALE St acres, good U-room house, good barn, half mile of trac tion. Will take nice city property in part trade. .S5 an acre. Kauf man, over S2S Main. 7-tf FOR SALEPlymouth cockerels, cheap, O. E. Fulghum, Phone 3136. 10-tf FOR SALE Fresh registered Jersey heifer; calf heifer eligible to regis ter. Harry J. Malon, Route 2, Phone 513SH. S-7t FOR SALE Desks, chairs, typewriter and other office equipment. See Walter Knollenberg, at Knollen berg's store. 7-tf FOR SALE Bay horse, new buggy and harness. Phone .'54S7. 7-7t FOR SALE Some extra fine bar gains in lots for the Spring trade. Ferguson Investment Co. 1-tf South Sth Street G. N. Snyder Adam Boes Aug. Wickemeycr Dallas Cassell Mrs. Henry Miller Wm. Duning George Fiening Wm. A. Wood Earl Ferris Julius Karcher Wm. Kauper W. M. Penny Win. Drathring Jack Knollenburg. country Ed Deitemeycr, country Charles Benson, country Joe Starr, country J. B. Pierce, country Mr. Burris, country Stephen Henwood, country Guy Davenport Chas. Hatfield, Fountain City Ed Quinn, Eaton, O. Mrs. Shcrer, North 10th Street, RICHflOND, INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Feb. 12.- Wheat Corn Oats Rye $1.2i KC 47' -c SOe TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Feb. 12. Wheat $1.24 Corn iiSe Oats 4Zc Rye Sic Clover Seed $S.40 CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, Feb. 12. Cattle Receipts ISO; tops $6.3u. For Sale New "Hawley" Time Reg ister, 5Qmars, IfLzde by Crouse-Hinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Jest the thing for a sir.a'l Factory cr De partment Store. Address PaSSadiuni E5tf ON TO RICHMOND! No better investment could be made in a little farm than locations within a few miles of the growing and pros perous city of Richmond. All farm pro ducts that can be raised find ready markets here. The increased demand for houses to rent in this city means that the number of inhabitants is in creasingIt means more mouths to feed. Do you want to help feed them": All that you raise off your little farm in excess of your home needs, can be sold to the oity consumer who has no ground upon which 10 raise a few peas. Note a few of my offerings: acres good dirt close to city: but just outside the city tax paying limits. Price .:'." per acre. Possession now. 12 acres well located and well im proveda dandy and bound to grow in value. Possession immediate. Price today only $ii,rK. 4o acres: :! acres: ."" acres: X acres: T acres: so acres and upward. Farms of all shapes, sizes and conditions, within a distance of from one to miles of Richmond. Come to me if you have a few hun dred dollars or more. Those meaning business will find what they want on my lists. MOORE Over 6 North Seventh Street. FOR SALE Six room house; good condition; reasonable, one square from car line. Phone 1941. Jl-tf South Seventh Street Lewis Henning Aug. Paust 1 lerman- Pardieck Mr. Meyers, S. 7th and G. Ed Cook Joe Meskcr Henry Eggcrt E. A. Felt man Joe Mangold W. H. Grubbs Co. L. C. Pilgrim. S. 4th Street Pilgrim's Hardware Store J I. F. Pilgrim. 619 South Sth Mr. McKinley, South 11th Street Fred Goble. South 11th Street I. N. Harris Mr. Kern Mr. Brooks Fnion Mission Church Mr. Deem Mr. Phillips Mr. Dean Smyrna School Mr. Tubesing F. J. Pilgrim Phone 1685 Hogs Receipts !M; tops $9.23. Sheep Receipts 30; tops $o.90. Best Calves $4.73$S.30. Lambs Receipts, 4.iO; tops, $S.G3. RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 230 pounds $s. 73 Good to heavy packers ... 7.732 8.00 Common and rough COO 7.00 Steers, corn fed 4. 753 5.3o Fat cow3 S.OOS 4.23 BulU 3.O0f 4.00 Fat bulls 4.00S 4.30 Yeal Calves 7.00Q t.M RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) ....... .$13g$16 Oats 33g3Tc REAL ESTATE 2' acres good house, Mg barn. posses -sioa March 1, S7 an acre. acres small house, good barn. tillable near Centerville. S7.. N acres, good house, bank barn. ." acres tillable near town, $." acre. 4 acres, new heuse, new Lam, ; niilrs from ;owu. .: an acre. 4 acres, good house and barn near Williamsburg. $3.:)o. f acres, good house and barn, take part rity property, $C acre. 1.V4 acres, good house and barn near Greensfork, $ an acre. 7 acres, fine new house, good barn, near a town. $1.. 12S acres, i good house, big barn. 1 mile from j Wiliamsburg. ?H acre. ! room house, i bath, furnace, 2 acres ground. Asy ! lum avenue. $3,:i . Double house. 1 'rooms. $!.. New 7 nui house, j bath, furnace, new barn, Richmond I evenue. $4,on. New ; room house, oak finish, lot oxi;a. South sth St.. $2.-". Double house V2 rooms, good barn, rents for S2.", south 11th St. !?.'. 2 m . New 7 room house, bath fur ; nate, up to date. West Main, S.J.'J.V. New S room house, bath, furnace, nice i barn, Richmond avenue. A , number of well located lots. KAUFMAN Over 82S Main St. Live 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, 41S4. Phone. Gaar. 2278. Qaar & Shurley PHTEfflEGJ For Richmond Real Estate Trans actions. I will find what you want in Real Estate if you will look the ground over with me. A farm of SO acres In the best fruit country in Michigan. Price fl.Ouo.OO. Would trade for Richmond property. 40 acres within four miles of Grand Rapids, Mich. Joins a station on rail road. Good buildings. Price JK,"i.:MO.. Would trade for Richmond property. Real Estate Office Sth and Main Sts. Special Bargains ' In a few modern homes for tenants who are paying 'from $20 to 120 per month rent and have nothing but rent receipts at the cud of each year-as principle. 7 room house, hot water heating plant, good location, reasonable cash payment, balance as rent- 7 room house, reception hall, furnace aud bath, all improvements made. Small cash payment, balance as rent. Double house, modern, furnace, bath, fine location; rents for $36 per month. For cash $4,200. This pays a little over' 10 percent. P room modern house, nice barn, furnace and bath, on Richmond Ave. for $3,500. 1." acres near Richmond, building s worth $3,000 and well fenced, for cash $2,800 or will consider trade in west Bide property. Good stock and grain farm of 207 acres, four miles of Richmond, 40 acres of timber, well fenced and running water. Can give possession the first of March. $75 per acre. Would consider trade of Richmond property. 74 acre farm east of Greensfork, with good black toil, well fenced. This is a good producing farm. Price $6.000. Immediate possession.. A little trade on city property. Plenty of money to loan at 6 percent on Mortgage loan. GEO. B. 616 MAIN. Straw, baled $6.003 $6.30 Corn 00c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per ba $1.13 Corn, per bu 38c Rye, per ba .70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $2S.00 Clover Seed, per bu $7.23 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Range ft Co.) Timothy $1.90?2.o Clover seed $7.00g$70 POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb IS g 20c Old chickens, per lb 13 Q 20c Lumbar. C :-ti FOR SALE -"Spring Grove" property and house corner Richmond avenue and West nd. See Kiley Hiatt, Spring Grove. thur.-Asun UvkVi FOR RENT. FOR RENT Farnisbe i room, beat, with bath for svula, at th Grand. feb:: ti FOR RENT 6 room house at S North 2nd; $10.00 per month. Phone 31"5. 10-tf FOR RENT 5 room houses from $11 to J 18.00 per month. Geo. U. Moon Phone rir.ft. lOt I IFOR RENT Five room house. TCI N lPth. U3t LOST. LOST Gold mounted Elks' tootb ith 64 engraved on gold mount inv; Finder return to .1. A. Perkins. 61$ Main Mreet. and get reward. 1 2 2t LOST On" Felr.".lh "one "bushel' tix othy seed ou S. Pth St. or Boston pik Nait Starr. Phono Boston 2411. Ml LOS T I ad ieiT Fur I Wki Iwtwevii ilur ray theater and Fifteenth street Hinder return to 25 S. oeive liberal reward. iMh !ml rc 13 21 BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile aud Fire Icnurano. Bonds. Loan and Rentals. Room 16. L O. O. i B'.ie 13-tl INSURANCE. liana N. Koll, Flr and Accident In aurance. 716 Main street. LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made cleaa; If you don t believe It, try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Pnone 1251. febSS-tl UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 1$ South 7th Street Phoro 1793. Repair work a spec ialtj. 11 II STORAGE. WANTED To store your roods; have just leased a building for that pur pose. 417 N. Sth. Phone 1778. 4t( BICYCLES. Latest 1910 spring fork bicycles at Waking & Co.; if you buy early you get a bargain; 406 Main. Phone 2 ; SOtf ELECTRIC WIRING and repairing of all kinds; all work promptly attended to. Phone Z2ZX Chas. Davis. 241 Pearl. 5-lma SHOE REPAIRING. Have moved my shoe repairing shop, from 556 N 10th St. to 210 N. 2nd streeL Would be Klad to have all old patrons call. Caiuia Tartaylia. ll-7t MOORE PHONE 24S9. Turkey 18 22c Ducka 13a COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery batter, per lb.. .. .. ..32c Eggs 22c Country butter, per lb 25c A Qumt Marriage Custom In the Loocboo islands there are some curious marriage customs. One consists in the bridegroom going round, to ail his friends bouses and permit' ting them to dress bim up In may ridic ulous style that they fancy. Some times the happy man Is arrayed 1st a ravlT na Luted kimono, the ilmta of which are tied up with a string laden with bells, toys and trumpets. A mask Is then put 00 and a red bat. the "rig our being completed by an empty ker osene tin. which rattles noisily along as he walks, accompanied generally by a crowd of children. FOR SALE Walk Kramer ft Co.