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OR. J. B. ALLEN DEAD 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. RATES PALLADIUM o o o o o o I cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sejit in by phone and collected for after its insertion. Prominent Physician of Coun ty Succumbs to Great White Plague. Waot Ado Coflnnmmi. WAS ILL A LONG TIME TIIE RICH3IOXD PAT.LADI U3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1910. For Yomir Coeveolemice 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 frill save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENING & EICKHORN. 13th . and 6. E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. P. 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. H St. RATES I cent per word 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge adver tisements sent in by phone and collect after its insertion. go right tc Porterfieid'a Keal Es- WANTED. te office, Kelley Block. Sth and WANTED Resident manager, also ' . -3 ; , ,. salesman, $30 weekly and expenses TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv er commission. Experience unnec- ered promptly by Merchant s del v . . ... r. ,,. ery. Walter E. Murray, 519 Main, essary. American Cigar Co., Cin- ' clnnatl. O. -JO&l'T none 4JU1 VANTED $l.."iN a year for iocal rep- COD CAI C rcsentatives; last year 577 agents Un oALh. made over 1& each selling our tor SALE-City property and farms, wonderful everlasting cooking uten- merchandise stocks and fire tnsur- sils; an excellent proposition for ance Porterfield. Kelly Block. 8th high class agents: write tonight. and MaIn gtf 'i7p'lMI?,nD,B C--.oe,P.- FOTl "lnSEDIATE SALE AND A, Lemont, 111. PROMPT POSSESSIONS acres WANTED Girl for general hoW- close to market. Just the premises ; work; 107 South 13th. Phone 1738. for the pouitryman. stockman, dairy- 20 2t man, fruit man, or hog raiser. Build- WANTED Representative lady or ings are good; waters are pure; will gentleman, good salary, position bear investigation, and you will permanent. Call between 8 a. m. want to see it when you learn the and 3 p. m., or address 407 Pearl St. price $50.00 per acre. The best 20-2t proposition in the township for the WANTED $l,3o a year for local rep- money all things considered. See representatives; last year 557 agents J- Ed Moore, over G North Seventh. made over $1,500 each selling our . -O-tf wonderful everlasting cooking uten- FOR SALE New Home sewing ma- sils; an excellent proposition for chine. Cost $40 and will sell for high class agents; write tonight. $:."0: axminister rug, 0x12. cost $30, American Aluminum Mfg Co., Dept. will sell for half price. Call i12 N. A., Leiuont, III. 13-20-27 W. rd. liKit vAN 1'tiU-Two or three unfurnished FOR SALE Seven room brick house room3, good locality. Call E. A. H., with bath, large lot, centrally located, at Y. M. C. A. 1!K!t Price $4,500. Will trade for small AVNTFljPYtlon by experienced frm near Richmond. Address "3cS" lady stenographer; 41 S. 6th St. care Palladium. 20-lt 16-9t WANTED Immediately; cook at Mar garet Smith Home, Cor. 17th and Main. Phone 1709. 16-tf WANT EtVWoman to come to house once a week to do washing. Address "N" care Palladium. 10-tf WANTED To rent small or large place in the country. Phone 34S6 14-tf WANTED 50 bicycles, revolvers, guns, gents' suits, shoes, etc. J. M. Lacey Loan office, Cor. Sth and Main. 1-1 mo WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night school for men; classes now enrolling. SvA'NTED Metal pattern makers. Standard Pattern & Mfg. Co. 3-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 m place of your city property or farm. Market Reports NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtelle & Co., Hittle Block. Phone 2330. George A. Schwenke, Manager.) New York. Feb. 19. Li. & N Great Northern ... ..... Copper.. ..1 American Smelting Northern Pacific U. S. Steel U. S. Steel pfd .. Pennsylvania St. Paul B. & 0 New York Central Reading Canadian Pacific Atchison Southern Pacific 4.. Union Pacific CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by Eugene Purtello & Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, Feb. 19. Wheat- Open High Lo Close May ....113 114 112 114 July ....104 104 103 104 Sept. ... 99 100 99 100 Corn Open High Low Close May .... 66 66 65 66 July .... 67 67 66 67 Bept. ... 67. 67 66 67 Oats Open High Low Clos May .... 47 47 46 47 July .... 44 44 43 44 Bept. ... 40 41 40 41 BANK STATEMENT. Reserves, decrease $ 5.039,575 Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER. Richmond Ave. and West 1st. GEO. H. SHOFER, 3rd and W. Main. Falrvlew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St. Profit Reducing' Propositions Its up to you, if you are a seeker for a large or small farm to come and see what a few hundred or a few thousand dollars will buy. I have farms for sale in all shapes, sizes and conditions some good ones; some poor ones. For the poor ones are listed as well as the good ones. Every land broker has listed farms of varying value and productive capacity. Please peruse the following: Six acres close to city limits; no city taxes; good warm sugar tree soil. Possession for spring seeding. Price $250.00 per acre. Sixty acres less than four miles of Richmond; good buildings and a first class proposition for theSeeker of a small farm well located. Price $7.5io. Seventy-three acres well located and a good producing piece of land; has comfortable improvements; well tiled and fenced. Noble springs of ev erlasting water. Possession fall of 1DIO. Price today is only $V0. One hundred acres on the "King's Highway"; a fine farm for general purposes. Price, $10,000. One hundred twenty acres less than miles of traction. Good house and fair barn: lots of timber for fire wood; pastures and waters. Price, $7,500. One hundred fifty acres; lOO acres and upwards. Are you interested? Come and confess. J. EDWARD nOORE Over 6 North Seventh. Open High 15214 137V8 7714 S5Vs 136 S1 120 134 i 147 113 122 171 ?i 116 l- 'a 1SS Low 150 136 76 S4 136 S0 120 1001 146 112 120 16STs 115 125 1S6 Close 150 136 76 S4 136 S0 120 133 146 112 121 169 1S0 115 125 1S6 . . .. ..151ii 137 .. .. 76 .. .. S4 ..1361 St .. ..120 133 147 113 .. ..12134 .. ..171 1S0 116i .. . . 126 1S8 Reserves less U. S. dec ... 5,050,375 Loans, increase 1S.44S.000 Specie, increase ... 1,019.800 Legals. decrease 1,709,900 Deposits, increase 17,157.900 Circulation, decrease 310.000 INDIANAPOLIS MARKET. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Hogs Best heavies. 210 lbs. and up $9.10(g9.25 Good to choice lights 9.05(5 0.15 Best pigs S.50 9.00 Best Steers Good to choice steers ... 6.25 7.00 Choice to fancy yearlings 5.50 6.00 Stock Cattle Good 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 5.50 Good to fancy cows 3.75 5.25 Veal Calves. Good to choice veal 5.00 9.25 FOR SALE Oroom modern house, best location West Side. Cheap for cash. Address P. X., care Palladi um. 10-I t FOR SALE Second hand Remington typewriter. Call evenings at 220 N. 14th. 20-7t Few Bargains One double house on Ft. Wayne ave nue, 5 rooms and bath to the side, $2, 5oo for a few days only. Double house on North E street, cheap for cash. Double house on Richmond avenue, m foot front, $:i,uOO.w. Modern 7-room house on West Main street, reasonable cash payment, bal ance as rent. Jyroom house on Richmond avenue, modern, large lot, good barn, every thing new, $,'!, joo. Plenty of money to loan. QeOo Bo Moore CIO Main. Phone 2450. FOR SALE 160 acres of unimproved land near Luther. Mich. $1,600. Box 95, Luther, Mich. 17-7t FOR SALE Rubber tired closing winter rig. Dr. Grosvenor. lS-3t We manufacture High Grade Com mercial Fertilizers. Prices reasonable. Call and see us before buying your spring supply. Clendenin Fertilizer Co. Richmond, Ind. 15-tf FOR SALE Several house and lots at a bargain. O. E. Fulghum, Phone 10-tf PUBLIC SALE Public sale of live stock and farm implements, Monday, Feb. 21st, at 1 p. m. on Orphans' Home Road, five miles southeast of city. J. P. Hodgin. 18&20. FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggs lor hatching, from prize winning stock, $1 for 13. Harry Landis, R. R. No. 4. Phone 5104 G. 14-7t Fair to heavy calves 3.00 8.00 Sheep and Lambs Best yearlings 6.50 7.00 Good to choice sheep .... 4.75 5.50 Good to choice lambs ...... S.OOi S.75 EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, Feb. 19. Cattle Receipts, lOO; primes, $7.00; butchers' $0.00. Hogs Receipts, 3.400: Yorkers, $9.05; heavy weights, $9.70. Sheep Receipts, 2,400; prime, $7.25. Lambs, $9.25. Veals Receipts 200: choice. $10.75. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, Feb. 19. Cattle Receipts light; extras $0.75; primes $0.00. Hogs Receipts, 5 loads; prime heavy, $9.83: Yorkers, $0.73. Sheep Receipts 3 loads; primes, $7.10; lambs, $9.00. Calves Receipts, light: tops, ?V.73. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati. Feb. 19. Cattle Receipts, 5o0: tops, $0.5O. Hogs Receipts, 500 shippers, $9.75. Sheep Receipts, 50: tops, $0.25. Best Calves $4.75g$S.50. Lambs Receipts, 400; tops, $5.75. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, Feb. 19. Wheat Corn Oats . Rye .$1.24 .05c ...4Sc .. .SOc TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, Feb. 19. Wheat Corn Oats $1.25 OSTic 40c WANT AD LETTER USUI 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 aa follows: Bookkeeper ..1 0 1 J. S 1 Piano 3 Mall will be kept for 30 days only. AR mall not called for within that time will be cast out ReaS Estate '-'J acrees. good house and barn, take some city property in part trade. !7 an acre. K!o acres, big house and barn, good soil, well tiled near Fountain City, Moo an acre. S acres well improved, half mile from traction, .S an acre. so acres well improved, take part trade in city property, s. an acre. 4o acres neear Williamsburg, well improved, $.5,:j(iO. 4 acres, good house and barn, plenty fruit, near city, S4,nh. A large number of other farms from : to 1 acres S room modern house south 15th St. Nice home on South 13th St., $.'.2tio. lo-room house South L'tth St, iM.rrdo. 0-room house South l.'Ith St. 1.25o. New 7-room house, barn. South 11th St., $2,600. 6-room house and bath, Sheridan St., $2.oo. 'room house North Kith St.. rents for $25 per month, $:?',ooo. New house and barn South Sth street, $4.ot. 5-room house, bath about 2 acres, south side, $2,200. New 7-room house, bath, up to date, West Main, $3.25o. A number of fine prop erties on Richmond avenue and a num ber of other properties, some well lo cated lots. Come and see me if you want to buy a farm or city property. One per cent commission on large sales. Over 828 Main. Phone 2394. FOR SALE Good seven octave Chase piano for $25.00. Phone 5105C. 17-7t Live Stock Excfaaoge 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 veai calves. Bring them Saturdays. Phone, office, 3744. Phone, Shurley, 4184. Phone. Gaar. 2278. Gaar & Shurley FOR SALE New 8 room house; bath; hard wood floors and finish; furnice, electric lights and both waters. Cor. 20th and S. A street. l-7t FOR SALE Make me an offer for a two-cylinder Ford runabout. Ad dress W. L., Palladium. tf FOR SALE Four Collie Pups, W. B. Sleeth, Phone 5102-E. 15-7t FOR SALE 0 acres, good 0-rooni house, good barn, half mile of trac tion. Will take nice city property in part trade. $t5 an acre. Kauf man, over 828 Main. 7-tf FOR SALE Some extra fine bar gains in lots for the Spring trade. Ferguson Investment Co. 1-tf Rye 81c Clover Seed $S.13 RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds $9.00 Good to heavy packers .... S.50('J S.90 Common and rough 6.25C'i 7.50 Steers, corn fed 4.75 5.50 Fat cows 3.00 4.25 Bulls 3.00 4.00 Fat bulls 4.00 4 50 Veal Calves 7.00 S.O0 Yorkers 8.23 S.73 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy hay (loose) $153$1G Oats 3537c Straw, baled $6.00(3 $6-50 Corn 00c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller Mills) New wheat, per bu $1.15 Corn, per bu 00c Rye, per bu 70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $28.00 Clover Seed, per bu $7.23 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge tc. Co.) Timothy $1.9(J$2.00 Clover seed $7.O0ftj$7k) POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb 18 20c Old chickens, per lb 1820c Turkeys 18922c Ducks 15s COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb 30c Eggs 22c Country butter, per lb 25c If yon are troubled with sick headache, con stipation, indigestion, offensive breath or anr disease arising from stomach trouble, get a SOc or SI bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrnp Pepaia. It to positively g-aarastavd to car voo. Jones and Wilson 120 acres 90 acres tillable. 40 acres in good pasture, good buildings, on stone pike, Ji mile from church, school and village. This is a bargain. Good city properties for sale. $500.00 to loan on mortgage. 633 Main St. Phone 1762. Over Irvin Reed's Hard ware Store. For Sale New liawiey" Time Reg, ister, 5J)man, Made by Grouse-Hinds Co. Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address Palladstumra IStf FOR SALE Walk Kramer & Co. Lumber. C. W. 29-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, heat. with bath for gents, at the Grand. feb22 tf FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room; 2 IS N. 7th. 20-lt FOR RENT Two rooms for light housekeeping. 21S N. 7th. 20-lt FOR RENT 5 room modern house in good location. $18.00 per month. Dye & Price, 9th and Main St. 17-tf FOR RENT House, 7 rooms, call phone 1572. 16-7t FOR RENT 6 room house at S North 2nd; $10.00 per month. Phone 3136. 10-tf FOR RENT 5 room houses from $11 to $1S.00 per month. Geo. B. Moore. Phone 2459. 10-tf LOST. 1 LOST A $5 bill, Saturday afternoon between 7th street and postoffice. Conkey's Drug Store or Zwissler's. Reward. 205 South 7th St. 20-1 1 FOUND. FOUND Pair shoes and muff at Gen nett theater. See janitor at Gennett. 20-2t CARD OF THANKS. CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank my friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of my beloved wife. DAVID G. WHITTON. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE. MOORE & OGBORN. Automobile and Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans and Rentals. Room 16, L O. O. F. Bldg. 13-tt Yotui Do Not IF YOU How it is that our furnace heats you get it. Pilgriira Furnace C6 619 SOUTH 9TII. CHINA'S GREAT WALL. It Would Bo Mighty Task to Oupli cate It Today. What man has done, we are told, man can do. But to erect today a great - fortification comparable to the Great wall of China would be a heavy tax on both the resources and the res olution ot Europe. A score or two of warships are all very well, but the cost of labor and the will involved In building fleets can hardly be compared to those devoted to the building of that great barrier about two centuries before the coming of Christ, when Rome was struggling with Hannibal Two thousand five hundred and fifty miles, including spurs, arms and loops, is the length ascribed to it by Dr. W. E. Geil. the only white man. we be lieve, who has traveled the whole length of It. It has been said that the Great wall is the only object of man's handiwork which could be discerned from the moon, and one calculation has It that If the material of the wall were disposed about the globe at the equa tor there would be a wall girdle eight feet high and three feet thick around the earth. One can believe that to this day the came of the Emperor Chin Is cursed, all along the wall by the posterity of the wretches who were forced to the gigantic task of building it. In the days of its greatest importance, when it was still holding back the Tartar hordes. It Is believed to have had on Its line 23.000 towers, each capable of holding 100 men. and 15.000 watch towers. Even today there remains 20. 000 towers and 10.000 watcntowers. with some 2.000 miles of wall that could, with moderate repairing, be made into a formidable military work. London News. Giants and Dwarfs. In the seventeenth century all the abnormally large and small folks of Austria were assembled In Vienna In response to a whim of the empress. As circumstances required that all should be housed la one building, there was a fear that the imposing propor tions of the giants would terrify the dwaxfs. But .the dwarfs teased, and INSURANCE. Hans N. Ko:i. Fire and Accident In eurance. 716 Main street. LAUNDRY. Dirty clothes made cleaa: If you don't believe It. try us. Richmond Steam Laundry. Phona 1251. feb:3-tf UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 16 South 7th StreeL Phoro 1793. Repair work a spec laltj. H-tf ELECTRIC WIRING and repairing of all kinds; all work promptly attended to. Phone 3239. Ohas. Davis. 244 Pearl. 5-lmo EXCHANGE. Get your home made pies, rakes, bread, etc., at the East End Exchange. Fresh every day. Haner and Wilcox. 1607 Main St. 14-1 mo PLUMBING and heating. See Waking & Co.. 406 Main. Not a member of the Master Plumbers' Association. 19-tf The Heat of Lava. The lava streams from the eruption of Vesuvius In 1S58 were so hot twelve years later that steam issued from their cracks and crevices. Those that flowed from Etna in 1787 were found to be steaming hot just below the crust as late as 1840. The olcano Jorullo. in Mexico, poured forth hi 1759 lara that eighty-seven years later gave off columns of steaming vapor. In 1780 it was found that a stick thrust into the crevices instantly ignited, although no discomfort was experienced in walking on the hardened crust Ever Try a Want Ad in the Palladium? It Pays Have to See CAN'T so well. You can soon feel that after rilONE 1683. tormented the slants so that tbese overgrown mortals complained with tears In their eyes, and as a conse quence seutinels had to be placed to protect the giants from their pygmy persecutors, for the smallest men bad the biggest brains and the longest tongues. Corrupted His Style. "The late Richard Watson Gilder." said a New York poet, "always op posed the reading of light literature. A poet, he said, could not read such literature without corrupting bis liter ary style. "He once told me that the poet Id this respect was like Brown's parrot. "Brown bought a parrot for 120 from a pet stock dealer and a week or two later returned to the shop and In sisted that the bbM be taken back. "What's the matter with Itr the dealer asked. " 'W-w-why.' said Brown, the darn ed c-c -critter st-stu tiers. " Expert Opinion. "What do you think made Hamlet bo suspicious of the ghost?" asked Mr. Stormington Barnes. "He probably thought." answered the psychic researcher, "that no well regulated ghost would manifest him self without ringing bells or tipping tables." Washington Star. Putting Him Wise. "I'd like to make you my wife," said the practical young man. "bat they tell me you can't keep bouse." "Don't you believe all they tell you." rejoined the girl In the case. "You get the house and put it in my name, and 111 prove to you that I can keep it." Exchange. Th Twilight Of Life. The muscles of the stomach in old ace are ae as strona or active as in yoatb and to consa qnenca old people are very subject to constipa tion and iadicestion. Many seldom taav a bowel movement without artificial aid. Many also, have napleaaast eructations of ras from the stomach after eatina. All this can be avoid ed by tbe as ol Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which permanently repUatas the bowels so tha. passages come naturally, and so strengthen the stomach that food is digested without dis comfort. Drngzisu sen it at SO ccata or SI a lax beta. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. Palladium Special) Cambridge City. Feb. 19 Dr. J. B. Allen, former president of the Wayne County Medical Society, and one of the prominent physicians of the coun ty, died at his home, yesterday after noon from tuberculosis, following a long illness, six weeks of which he had been confined to his home. Dr. Allen had been practicing iu Cambridge City about ten years. Pre vious to this, he was located in Hag ertown. He was sity-five years old. Besides the widow. Mrs. Klleu Allen, he Is survived by one son. Har ry, of Indianapolis. The funeral ill be held Monday afternoon at 1 oYlovk at the home. Burial will be at Cam bridge City. A delegation of members of the Wayne County Medical Society will attend the funeral. TEACHERS 10 MKT lndiana(Klis. Fob. 19. The meeting of the Southern Indiana Teachers' As sociation will be held in Indianapolis. March M and April 1 and 2. and th kindergarten sessions will be held at the Teachers college building, the William N. Jackson memorial insti tute. Miss Alice Corbin. of Columbia university, ho is in charge of all the game work in connection with the playgrounds of Pittsburg. Pa., will make an address at one of the kinder garten bessions on "The liesponsibility and Opportunity of the City in the Play Life of its People." Miss Klt-an or Smith of Chicago, will discuss pri mary and kindergarten music . and Dr. R. J. Aley will give a talk on "The Relation of the Kindergarten to tin Public Schools." There will be game and stories in connection with the meetings of the kindergarten section. The Northern Indiana Teachers' As sociation will meet In Ft. Wayne, April 7, S and 9. Tha Noble Horse. A request In au English school for a composition on the horse brought o-.it the following gem: "The horse does not belong to the rat tribe because its paws are hoofs. It breathes with Us gills when it is young and chews the cud Just like other people. A mule Is a horse with long ears, and if a horse bad long cars It would be called a donkey. You can see the age of a horse if you look iu its mouth. It is defensive with bis hind legs, and when they kick you you say woe!" Ono Way Colonist Ratoc Via C. C. & L. R. R. Only 036.45 To CALIFORNIA OREGON WASHINGTON MONTANA SASKATCHEWAN MEXICO TEXAS. ETC, ETC. Selling dates, March 1st to April 15th. For particulars call C. A. BLAIR, P. A. T. A, Home Tel. 2062. Richmond. y CHICAGO. CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. rfteae la Effect Xaveaaber 14. ltMSX Kaat Ba CkJeaae-Clarlaaatl STATIONS 1 j I 8 I.V. O I P D Chicago :!Sa.l0':0Sp Peru Ar..." 1:2 Spl ?-Ia Peru l:3;p' I lia C:0"a Marion !:2Sp! 3:01a 7:00 Muncie 3:lpl 2:SSa 7:Sa Richmond :40p ( Ota :22a Ct. Grove t:ISp' 5:3a Cincinnati :Sfrpl 7:0a AY eat Bean- Clarlaaatl-Caleaa STATIONS a j 4 LV. I D I D I P Cincinnati j 8:15aH0:0p Ct. Grove j :53a;ll:4p Richmond 10:31a;i2:25a 7:09p Muncie 'lt:4al 1:40a S:3ep Marion ll:41p( J:35a :30p Peru Ar. l:3:p 3:2a 10:30p Peru I 1:P :! Chieag-o I 5:40p 7:35a (12th et. Station) Through Vestlbaled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati. Double daily erviee- Through sleepers on trans Not. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cin cinnati. Fine buffet service on trains 1 and 2. All trains run dally. For train connections and ether In formation call C A. BTAIR p. AT. A. Horn Fbon 202. Klchmond. Znd.