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THE RICIOIOXD lA17LAinU3I AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1910.
PAGE SEVEX 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. For Yoiuir Convenience LIST OF AGENCIES. ' I Branch offices , are located in every part or the city. Leave your WANT ADS with the one nearest y. The rates are the same and you will save a trip to the main office. South of Main. BRUENTNG, Thirteenth and South E street. A. W. BLICKWEDEL, 8th and S. P. HENRY ROTHERT. 6th 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 1 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. WANTED -It you want money n place of your city property or farm. KO right to Porterfleid's Reel Es tate office, Kelley Block, 8th and Main. 14 tl WANTED Married man for farm, Box 72, R. F. D. No. 8. 21-tf ' WANTED Private washing, 317 S. 4th 21-4t WANTED Girl to do house work, 33 S. 11th St. 21-lt . 1 WANTED Girl to do general house work; one who can go home at night. Call 227 N. 10th St. 21-2t WANTED Work by middle aged lady in private family, "B", care Palladium. 21-2t WANTED Washing, 38 Ft. Wayne Ave. ..' .. . y 21-2t WANTED Y. M. C. A. Night school for men; classes ucw enrolling. TRUNKS, baggage and packages deliv ered promptly by Merchant's deliv ery.. .Walter E. Murray, 519 Main. Phone 4201. 27-tf FOR, SALE 100 acres, fair improve ments; good timber. A bargain at . $70 per acre. Apply aow to J. E. Moore, over 6 North Seventh. 23-tf WANTED Three ; men each with horse or team and wagon for steady employment. Call at once. Commons ; Dairy Co. 19-3t Market NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS (Furnished by L. J. Schwabacher & Co., Hittle Block. Phone 2330. Schwenke. Manager.) j New York, March 21. , ' Open. High Low L.&Ni .. .. .! .. .. 152 Great Northern .. ...135 136 135 Copper.. ; 77 79 77 American Smelting 85 86 85 r Northern Pacific 133 134 133 U. S. Steel ...... ...85 S6 84 U. S. Steel pfd. 121 121 121 Pennsylvania .. ...136 137 136 St Paul .. .. .. .. . .143 v 144 142 B. & O. . . . ..... . . 111 . ! . . . New York Central .. ...124 125 124 Reading .. ' 166 168 166 Atchison 114 115 114 Southern Pacific .. .. .. .. ..;i26 128 " 126 Union Pacific 1S6 187 " CHICAGO. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS (Furnished by L. J. Schwabacher & Co., Hittle block. Geo. A. Schwenke, Manager.) Chicago, March 21 High Low Close May ... 113 113 112 112 July ... 107 107 106 107 Sept .. 105V6 105 104 104 Corn ,.. , Open High Low Close May ... 61 62 61 61 July ....63 64 63 63 Sept 65 65 64 64 , - Oats Open High Low Close May ... 43 43 42 43 July ... 41 41 " 41 41 Sept. ... 39 39 39 39 VISIBLE SUPPLY. Wheat Increased ........ ....381,000 Corn, Increased . . ...574,000 Oats, Decreased 19,000 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. , Indianapolis, March 21. Hogs Receipts, 2,000; primes, $10.90. Cattle Receipts, 60O; steers, ?8.25. Sheep Receipts, 200; prime, $7.00. Lambs, $10.00. EAST BUFFALO LIVESTOCK. East Buffalo, March 21. Hogs Receipts. 8.500;" Yorkers, $11.15; heavies, $11.25. Cattle Receipts, 3,800; prime steers $7.50; butchers' $7.00. Sheep Receipts, 13,000; primes. $9. Veals Receipts, 24100; choice, $11.00. Lambs, $10.70. PITTSBURG LIVESTOCK. Pittsburg, March 21. Cattle Receipts, 105 loads; extras, $8.60; primes, $S. 10. Hogs Receipts, 25 loads; prime heav ies, $11.40: Yorkers, $11.30. , Saeep-Receipts, 15 "loads; primes, J&OO; lambs. $9.00. o Central. QUIGLEY DRUG STORE, 4th and Main. West Richmond. JOHN FOSLER, Richmond Ave. and West 1st GEO. H. SHOFER. 3rd and W. Mala. Fairvtew. J. J. MULLIGAN. 1093 Sheridan St 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 WANTEDLast" andmilling machine men, tinners and assemblers, var nish and rough stuff rubbers and trimmers; good wages and steady work for experienced men and help ers. Reo Motor Car Company, Lan Bing, Mich. 9-14t WANTED You to go to Muray Bil liard Parlors for recreation. 12-tf WANTED To rent furnished rooms; to sell or trade property In E. side.. 103 N. 17. 20-3t WANTED 50 students to learn Japan ese Chemical Oil painting, a new method of painting portraits, animals landscapes and flowers. We posi tively guarantee to teach any body over 12 years of age the full com plete course f or. $5.00, , and guaran tee after course is taken they can paint pictures equal in every respect to samples now on exhibition on Main street, - between Ninth and Tenth streets. 1 Studio Room 2, Cen tral hotel. ... 20-2t WANTED-rA barber for Saturdays only. Address Arlon Doll, Milton, Ind. 18-7t Reports Geo. A. Close 152 135 78 86 133 85 121 136 143 111 125 167 115 127 186 Calves Receipts; 900; tops, $10.60. CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. Cincinnati, March 21. Cattle Receipts, 1,100: primes, $8.00. Hogs Receipts, 1,300; shippers $11.05. Sheep Receipts, 200; best, $0.00. Lambs $9.75. BestrCalves $4.75$8.50. INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN. Indianapolis, March 21. Wheat $1.15 Corn . .... , eoc Oats 46c Rye . .S3c TOLEDO GRAIN. Toledo, March 21. Wheat ......$1.17 Corn ; ,. .....63c. Oats ..... .4r'.-jc Rye ..81e Clover Seed ......... .i........ $7.35 RICHMOND MARKETS. Furnished by Glen Miller Stock Yards. LIVE STOCK. Best hogs, average 200 to 250 pounds .$10.25$10.S5 Cood to heavy packers $10.00 Common and rough ...... 6.45 7.70 Steers, corn fed 4.75 5.50 Fat cows ................ 3.00 4.25 Bulls 3.000 4.00 Fat bulls 4.00 4 50 Veal Calves ...... ...... 8.00 9.00 Yorkers &25 875 RICHMOND HAY MARKET. (Omar G. Whelan) Timothy Hay (loose) ..........$15.00 Oats .... .... ....35337c Straw, baled .,.... $6.00 $6.50 Corn ..." 53c RICHMOND GRAIN MARKET. (Richmond Roller MUis) New wheat, per bu $1.15 Corn, per bu., ............... ....50c PALLADIUM o o Wamt Ado WANTED Girls to work in packing and icing room. Richmond Baking Co. - i9-3t W A NTE DCompetent gi7l wants sit uation in housework. Place in the country preferred. Call Saturday, Sunday, or aftep( p. m. 217 Main. ( -2t FOR SALE. FbRALNevT EngiisFgoSartrSolf ,Kinsey. 21-7t FOR- SALEIIives of" bees andbe keepers' supplies. Phone 4116. ft , niar21-tf WANT E iPVas h i n gfT2 FNTSndT- 21-2t FOR SALE Eggs for hatching from heavy laying strain. S. C. Buff Or pingtons. A. E. Schuh, 221 Rich mond Ave. 21-lt FOR SALE Prize winning and laying straw or white Wyandotte eggs for hatching at reasonable pri-! ces; male bird was formerly owned J by Harley Stick. Won 1 prize at j Farmland and Richmond poultry shows. 50i S 5th. '-3t Home - Te!e aoime Company 5 per cent general mortgage Gold Bonds. Sem2an nasal! Inst coupons. Now for Sale. Apply to A. C. LindemutflL Rooms 38 and 39 Colonial Bldg Phone 224S. Small ot large amounts. 167r For, Sale New "ffiawley" Time ister," 50man, Made by Crouse-Hands Co. -, Syra cuse N. Y. Just the thing for a small Factory or De partment Store. Address m . Wtf FOR SALE Walk Lvmner. C. W. Kramer & Co. 29-tf FOR SALE One baseburner, one gas range, one set of dishes and one bed lounge. 221 N. 6th. 19-2t FOR SALE Good coaster brake bicy cle, 126 South 3rd St. 19-2t Rye. per bu ..70c Bran, per ton $25.00 Middlings, per ton $28.00 Clover Seed, per bu $5.00 RICHMOND SEED MARKET. (Runge & Co.) Timothy , $1.90$2.O0 Clover seed $6.5O$7.0O POULTRY. (Paid by the Bee Hive Grocery) Young chickens, dressed, per lb IS 20c Old chickens, per lb 1820c Turkeys ;.,1822c Ducks .. ., 15c COUNTRY PRODUCE. Creamery butter, per lb . .33c Eggs 18c Country butter, per lb ......25c Bees are diminutive creatures, but collectively they are a very consider able factor in the business and com merce of the country. Late statistics show that the honey and wax indus try of the United States has an annual value of $23,000,000, while it is esti mated that the capital invested in the business totals $100,000,000. The num ber of those who keep bees and pro duce honey for market in any quantity Is placed at 275.000, while the number of those who keep a hive or two to supply sweets for the family is very large. These are the tangible assets of the bee business. Another service bees render doubtless far in excess of the value of the honey they produce Is that of the fertilizing of many varie ties of fruit blossoms, vegetables, cer tain clovers and alfalfa. In spite of the statement so often made that there will be a serious over production of apples if the planting of new orchards continues at the present rate there seems to be slight ground for apprehension in view of the sta tistics of apple production for the past fourteen years. This cry of overpro duction was raised as long ago as the fifties and sixties, but the dire prophe cy has never materialized. In spite of the rapid increase of population there has been a marked decrease in apple production during the past fourteen years, doubtless largely due to inroads of Insects and fungous pests, exhaust ed soils, unfavorable " climatic condi tions and general carelessness and neg lect To those who have thought oa the matter the following figures will be significant There may be an over production of apples some time, bat this doesn't look like it: Tear. Barrels 1S95 60.63.000 1S9S 69.070.000 1S97 41,53tf,WJ IS9S 2S.57O.000 IS39 t 5S.40S.000 1900 s&sawoo 1901 26.970.000 1902 , S.SS.OOi 1903 5,626.000 1904 45.360.009 1306 , 24.3I0.0tD 1906 SS.2SO.O0C 1907 2S.SSO.00 1905 23.0:5.' 1303 .. 27,000.009 If this concerns yon. read c ire folly: Dr. ualdwell s Syrup Pepsin to positively guaran teed to core indigestion, constipation, sick head ache, offensive breath, malaria and all diaeaaea artoiasirom stomach trooble. o o o Colomnnies WANT AD LETT Tne followir.3 are replies to Palla dium Want Ada. received at thia of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mall in a&awer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 coon today as follows: A. B 4 J. W. 4 A. S 1 L. 3 Box 100 1 0 4 Banes 1 O.. Y. & X. Q. 1 E. I. 2 Shoe Salesman F. G 1 2 Mail will be kept for 30 flare only. All mall not called for within that time will be cast out REAL ESTATE. Some bargains in houses and lots. Paying good rate in rent. Properties to rent. Polled Herefords for sale. O. E. Fulghum. Phone 3130. - 22-tf FOR SALE Farm of 1276 acres, one mile from city, a good dairy farm, can give immediate possession, price 75 dollars per acre, easy pay ments. Phone 3139. 10-tf FOR SALE A fine residence proper ty on East Main street; eight rooms, bath, etc., modern, $6,000 For trade, several city properties for farms or small tracts of land. Jones & Wil son, 7th and Main. Phone 1762. 28-tf FERTILIZERS. 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 Baby carriage, up-to-date, good condition, will sell at one-third of original cost Address "I. C. B." care Palladium. 5-tf FOR SALE Go-cart, best pattern, handsome finish, excellent condition. Call 28 S. 17th str., or phone 2032. 18-7t FOR SALE Ten room house, electric lights, hot air and hot water heated; two kinds of water. Bath. Good barns, young fruit trees and located in the best living district of the city Address "A. E. W.," care Palladium. 10-7t KILLED BY A HORSE Word has been recived by Mrs. Charles Lamb of South Fourteenth street of the accidental death of her father, John C. Smith at Selma, In diana, yesterday. Mr. Smith was kicked to death by a 3-year-old colt and his body horribly mutilated, was found in the stall with the animal by the man's son, Raymond, about 9 o'clock yesterday morning. His neck) had been broken and his face, arms and body were covered with cuts and bruises made by the infuriated ani mal. Mrs. Payton Bly, of Southwest Third street, this city, is also a daugh ter of the deceased. Mr. Smith was 75 years' of age. Two other daugh ters survive, Mrs. Elizabeth Puckett, of Muncie, and Mrs. Arthur Shidler, of Shidler, Indiana. A Pauper Artist. In a museum attached to two alms houses at Kirkleatham, England. Is a wonderful carving of St. George and the dragon out of a single block of boxwood, the work of a poor Inmate, ind it is valued at 2.000. It Is said that this piece of carving was the cause of a wager being once laid In a dispute as to Its entirety. To prove that the work was one single piece of carving It was plunged into a pot of boiling oil and allowed to remain for hours. All doubts were set at rest when It was withdrawn and found to be still complete. The person who completed this marvelous piece of work used an ordinary penknife only. Dundee Advertiser. eusAjron: Good housewives prefer Gold Medal "lour. Salomb EN US IT Peonies IevestedDol!ars In Return How? You ask. It's an old game and many have played It. Always a sure thing, you never lose. Many a man has become rich by investing his money In this manner. Invest Yonnr Money 5n Want 'Ads. Do you happen to have property, either farm or city that you bought for an Investment. If It Is a home. It is your desire to live in another section of the city, or a larger house, a few pennies invested in a Palladium Wanto Ado will brine the buyerget in touch with the thousands of readers of the Palladium. There Is sure to be some one that Is looking for just the property you have to selL Not only in real estate Is money made through these ads, but In every thing that you may seTi or bay. Get the habit of reading these Want Ada, There has been many a bargain picked from the dozens. Want Ad.. Agencies Are located in all parts of the city. Look on the Want Ad page for list of agencies. It Is only few minutes'walk. to the nearest one. 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. FOR SALE WLite Wyandottes. Win ners. Layers. $1.00 per 13. $3 per 100 eggs. Frank L. Waidele. 711 South West A. 10-14t CONCRETE BLOCKS Call up O. K. Wilson, new phone 3l'4S, when or dering. FOR SALE Coal. Pocohontas $4.75 ton, Pittsburg $4.25. J. W. Hinds & Son. Phone 3424, 721 N. 12th St. 4-tf FOR SALE Seed Potatoes Early Rose, Green Mountain, Carmon No. 3, Irish Cooler. Samuel Glunt, Web ster. Home Phone 5144-11. 97t FOR SALE Make me an offer for a two-cylinder Ford runabout Ad dress W. L., Palladium. tf FOR SALE A good square piano, fine tone and nice appearance. Apply 209 S. 12th St. or phone 1596. 17-7t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE City property and farms, merchandise stocks and fire Insur ance. Porterfleld. Kelly Block. 8th and Main. 6-tf I HAVE a large number of improved farms well located. City property and lots for sale. One percent com mission on large sales. $1 for rent ing city property. Kaufman, over 828 Main. Phone 2394. 16-tf FOR SALE 157 acres for $10,000 within lVj miles of Richmond; would make a good stock and grain farm; immediate possession. See Geo. B. Moore, over 712 Main St. Phone 2592 or 2459. 3-tf FOR SALE Choice residence lot cen tral, 25 or SO feet fronting east. Dr. Ewing. 10-1 mo REAL ESTATE. A retiring farmer or business man can secure a fine suburban home with city conveniences, three squares from street car, by phoning 3136. 9-tf FOR SALE Or rent lots in high, healthy location; 600 N. 19th. Phone 3449. 17-7t WANTED To buy old gold and silver watches, guns, revolvers, bicycles. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day nights. J. M. Lacey, Pawn Broker, Eighth and Main. 11-eod-lmo FOR SALE Nice suburban 7-rooni bouse, Vt acre ground, fruit, west of city. Phone 4159. 10-7t A DOUBLE SKATE ON Frank Minor had a "double skate" on Saturday night. While intoxicat ed the man visited the coliseum and attaching a pair of rollers to hte un ruly feet thought that perhaps in that manner he would be able to navigate with a greater degree of success. How ever, Minor's feet didn't like the ex periment and went bad on him at the start. After bumping into everybody on the floor of the rink and making his presence generally undesirable, the man was hauled in by Officer Ed Tier nan and taken to headquarters. He was fined $1 and costs this morning. REV. SCH DEAD Word has been t received by the Rev. F. A. Roell of the St. Andrew's church of the death of the Rev. An thony Schenk of the St. Michael's Catholic church at Brookville, Ind. The deceased had visited in Richmond frequently. The last time that he was here was on November 30, 1909, when he held high mass at the St. Andrew's church. I He was 61 years of age. The Rev. Mr. Schenk was born In Posey county and was well known over the state. He was held in high esteem by all who knew him and had accom plished a great work at Brookville. Throw a ray pills and stronr cathartics which are violent in action, and always have on hand Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the guaranteed cure for constipation and all diseases arising "rom stomach trouble. Marala: - Gold Medal Flour saves worry. ' HprnnAn RATE THE REAL ESTATE Outlook Is good. If you wish to buy or sell, see Thompson, 7H Main. Cash for r or 7 room house. What have you? Don't delay. Thompson, 7H Main. For excellent room home place cheap, nwdern throughout. See Thompson, 7H Main. How would you like a 5 room home for $l.i or 12 per cent rental? Thompson. 7to Main. Renting, care and collecting a specialty. See Thompson for all kinds of real estate. Over 7H Main. Phone 200S. FOR RENT. FOR RENT FuralsheO rooms, heat with bath for gents, at the Grand. feh22tf FOR RENT 6 room cottage house: inquire 75 State St. 21-2t FOR RENT Flats furnished for honsekeepng, 413 Main. 21-7t FOR RENT 2 furnished frout rooms. 221 N. 12th st. 20-t2 FOR RENT Room with all modern conveniences. 323 North !th. 2-2t BUSINESS CLASSIFIED INSURANCE, MOORE OGBORN, Automobile and 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 UPHOLSTERING. J. H. RUSSELL, 1 South 7th Street Phoro 1793. Repair work a spec ialty. 11-tf MOTOR CYCLES. Indian and Yale, 1910 Model on dis play Pathfinder tires, guaranteed, $3.75, Waking & Co., 406 Main St 15-tf ELECTRIC WIRING. Electric light wiring, door bells and . intercommunicating telephones in stalled and repaired. H. E. Harri son. Phone 3413. 20-tf If you are troubled with tick headache, con stipation, indigestion, offensive breath or any disease arising- from stomach trouble, ret a 30c or $1 bottle ol Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is positively guaranteed to cure you. MANY VISIT THE GLEN People Were Invited to Visit Greenhouses and Ani mal Quarters. Visitors to Glen Miller Park, on Sun day, are invited by Superintendent Ed Hollern, to inspect the greenhouses, and also the quarters of the animals, which are confined indoors during the colder months of the year. There were a number of visitors at the Glen yesterday and all were invited into the greenhouses and all expressed much astonishment at -the amount of work being done in preparation for the different flower beds in the city parks this summer. Heretofore, the public has not been privileged to inspect the greenhouses. Tennyson's Early Poems. Tennyson was only eight years old when be covered both sides of his brother's slate with a poem on "Flow ers," done In unimpeachable meter. His brother had said to him, "See If you can write poetry," and when be read tbe verse on tbe slate be merely said. "You've done It" Between tbe ages of eleven and twelve the young poet wrote an epic of over 4.000 Hoes In Scott's octosyllabics mingled with heroics. These were the only finished poems of Tennyson's boyhood, bat when about fourteen or fifteen yean old he commenced a drama in iambic meter which still survives. Tans be practiced himself In three different meters before he began seriously to write or publish. THEIR SHARE IS DEMANDED FOR VICTORY (Continued From Page One.) the new rules committee is the most pressing matter in the house. Although the members of the house have been resting after the terrific strain of the war on Cannon, many conferences between leaders of both, factions have boon held, and the prob able members of the new rules com mitter are already being picked. "Dope" on Committee. The wiseacres, although admitting that it is early to make any definite predictions, agree to a large extent on choosing Representative Dalzell of Pennsylvania, dose friend of Cannon. and Represetative Smith ot Iowa, to keep their places on the committee. Champ Clark, the democratic leader, is also regarded as being likely to retain his place. Another incumbent, how ex er. Representative Fitzgerald. iDeni.) of Brooklyn, is in doubt, and a fight is exected before it will be de cided whether or not he retains his po sition. Smith, of Ohio, on the present com mittee, is by many regarded as one ot the assured members of the enlarged body. A tentative slate, iiih has met with much favor; incAides Mr. Olmstead of Pennsylvania: Mr. Ellis of Oregon, a regular of Rooseveltian inclinations: Mr. McCall ot Massachu setts, and Mr. Gardner of Massachu setts, a mild insurgent Talk of Underwood Besides Champ Clark, for the demo crats, and Fitzgerald, who Is now In doubt, the democrats moat likely talk- -ed of for places on the committee are Mr. Underwood ot Alabama and Mr. Shirley of Kentucky. . Underwood Is Champ Clark's right hand man. and Shirley is one ot the most prominent of the younger democrats in the house. The chairmanship of tbe committee is most in doubt. Dalzell. If he gets the honor, will have to win It in the face of strong opposition from the in surgents, it Is expected.- His rela tions to Cannon are such that he Is In little favor with the radicals. Mr; Smith of Ohio, is also the object of ten tative opposition as head of the com mittee. The chairmanship Is now regarded as a position of equal Importance with the Speakership. The change In the organization of the house has made the head of the rule committee a pos sible dictator, to a certain extent, and In the view of many of he leaders, the position will jilUmately be the center of battling such as has gone on for three years between the rebels and the speaker. WUI bW oUC VT 9. Willi vi vs wmww m Syrup Pepsin, which to potthrety guaranteed to pWV IVH omm sbsj iy w . CHICAGO, CINCINNATI A LOUISVILLE RAILROAD. Ia Effect Sevens 14. 1 East Beand Chirac e-Cluetaaatl STATIONS ', 1 I S S I.V. P IP P Chicago .. :lSal:0Bpj Peru Ar. l:2lp :2a Peru'. l:32p Z:ISa S:a Marion J:2S :01a 7:ea Muncie l:lp S:65a 7:Sa Richmond .. 4:40pj :0fta :S2a Ct. Grove 6:lp S:4Sa Cincinnati ...... :60p f:10a eat BaadClaetaaati-CMsns STATIONS S J 4 1 IV. P IP IP Cincinnati . . '. . . Ct. Grove .. .. . S:1Ea! t:S3 Richmond .. .. . 10:31a! 7:00p S:30p S:30d Muncie .. .. 11:48a Marion . . Peru Ar... . . .. . Peru .. .. lt:4Ip 1:3Id 3:!a!l0:I0p l:4lp Chicago :40p 7:3Sa 12th St. station! Through Veatlbuled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati. Doublet dally service. Through sleepera on train. Nos. 3 and 4 between Cblcace and Cin cinnati. Fine buffet service on trains 1 aad Z. All trains run dally. For train connections and other In. formation call C A. BLAIR, P. T. A. Home Phone 2043. Richmond. Ind. fit Ono Utfay Colonist Ratoo Via C. C. Cl l. R. R. Only 033.45 To CALIFORNIA OREGOf WASHINGTON MONTANA SASKATCHEWAN MEXICO TEXAS. ETC, ETC. Selling dates, March 1st to April 15th, For particulars caM C A. BLAIR, P. A T. A, Heme Tel. 2062. Richmond. f:00p ll:4p ll:2fca 1:40a 2:35a if