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THE niCmiO?;b PAIXADIU3I AND SUX-TELEUUAM, SAT UltD AY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910. PAGB SEVEN 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. WANTED. WANTKD To buy cheap piece of property, outskirts of city. Apply at 1010 Butler St. 10-2t apprentice girls to learn millinery. Mm. Van Zant 31 North 8th. 10 2t VANTKD Two rooms for light house- keeping In neighborhood or post office; furnished complete. No children. Private home preferred. Address "II. 8. 8.." Palladium office. WXNTEDA pprentlcVgirl at South Side Millinery Store. 20S South St'u. 9-2t $2750 per day paid one lady In each town to distribute free circulars and take orders for concentrated flav. oring In tubes. Permanent position. 'J. S. Zlegler Co., Chicago. 6-13 WANTED Position as delivery boy In grocery. Call 225 8. 12th St. 9-3t WANTEDFurhlihed roomsby gen tlemen; private family, centrally lo cated. Answer C. H. R., care Pal ladium. ' -3t WANTED GTiTfor general housework: Ct South 12th. , 9-tf WANT EDWash woman to do fam lly washing at her home. Phone No. 3790. . 9-2t WANTED Experienced Eat maker. 7 South 7th. 9-2t WANTED Apprentice girls at once. Klelhorn's, 62S Main. 8-tf WANTED To buy small property. Ad dress "House," care Palladium. 8-3t WATiTEDDarbers for" Saturdays and 'Evenings. George Becker, 623 Main. 7-3t WaTjTED Manufacturer's represent ative. Wide-awake, energetic man, ,'to handle the world's best furnl , ture polish; take charge of territory, 'tall on Jobbers and dealers only; most liberal commission. Brighten all Mfg. Co.. New Castle. Pa. 7-3t WANTED Position as clerk or col lector, moderate salary. Address M, care Palladium. 6-7t WANTED 20 to 30 ft. oak partition. Dr. N. 8. Cox. ' . 6-7t SALESMEN We have something new for salesmen making small towns. , A neat, clean, quick selling, pocket aide line. If Interested write for order book - today. 20th Century Mfg. Co.. 1308 Wells St. Chicago. WANTED Copy of Aug. 2. Leave at Palladium office.' tf WANTED Copy of April 1; leave at Palladium office; - IB tf News of Surrounding Towns MILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., Sept, 10. Harry Mann and family of Richmond, are visiting Mr. and Mra. Flora Wlssler west of town. Mesdames Hawley and Murphy , of Lewlsvllle visited Mrs. Martha Stover, Miss B. M. Kern and Mra. Newcomer Thursday. Mesdames 8tover and Newcomer and aunt. Miss B. M. Kern left for Indianapolis today. Mesdames Modlin of California, and Kltterman of near Centervllle, are vis iting their brother, Hiram Crook and family. Mrs. Catherine Swafford has return ed from a pleasant outing in Michi gan. Mrs. Perry Russell of near Rich , mond, visited Mra. Joe Clevenger yes terday. 8he was returning from Brookvllle. Elmer Wlssler has returned from New Castle and Is at his uncle's, . John Kellam. . . The Milton public schools will open Monday morning with exercises' in the-chapel. The following corps of teachers will 111 their places this year. Superintendent. Prof. C. H. Wood: high school principal. C T. Davis, of Richmond; Miss Minnie Marshall of Economy; Miss Nora Murphy of Mil 'ton; Miss Emma Gingrich of Milton. Miss Mabel Payne of Alpine is vis iting Mr. and Mrs. John 8peers. Mesdames Amanda Zartman and Oenevra Thompson of Jamaica, Iowa, are tlstting their brother, John Fau rett and family. Mrs. Mart Kellam of near New Lis bon stepped an a rusty nail which penetrated her shoe and made an ugly wound In her. foot.- She la suffering from it much. Miss Edna Loweery baa gone to New Lisbon to assist her about her work. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Pax son and daughters were at Connersville fair yesterday. The woman's cemetery association will meet with Mrs. Alice Oresh Mon day evening. The membership is urg ed to be present Mrs. Willis Leverton and family al so her sister,. Mrs. . Wlggama were among the numbers from here who attended the Connersville fair. Among those- who made a fine dis play at the Connersville fair are sev oral In the near vicinity of Milton. John T. Manlove had a fine display of Mexican curios, one of which waa a Mexican bridle. It waa made entirely of balr with an Iron bit.- Mrs. Chas. Ferguson had the , prise display of burnt wood piece Mrs. Erl Craw ford bad a fine display of fruit and vegetables. There were 45 cans, no two alike. Posey township Joining Washington on the southwest took the prise. . Dr. Fisher of Muncle, who is wil known here, having at one time lived wlii bis . daughter here, was in town grostiss friends yesterday. He states t-t kia craadson Olenden Spell, while ooo WANT AD LETTER The following are 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. Mall at this office up to 12 noon today at follows:. Clerk 3 . I G. T 3 N. B. M 3 L . . : 1 Mrs.. R lt M 1 K 2 House 1 A. A 1 R. C 1 C H R 1 Mall will be k;pt for 37 flays only. All mall not cal'ed for within that time will be cast out. WANTED Position as housekeeper by a refined and competent middle aged lady In a reliable, widower' mall family. Address L. C. S., 101 State St, Richmond. Ind. 28-7t WANTKD To repair your baby cabs, furniture, bicycles and all kinds of repair work. We also do picture framtbs Brown & Darnell, 1023 Main. Phone 1936. 18-tf WANTED To buy old . . gold, Bilver Jewelry. J. M. Lacey, Pawnbroker. 17-lm WANTED To buy or rent place of 1 to a acres near 'Richmond; pri:c must be right. Address F. L. G. Sub station No. 1. 291 rt WANTED Door and window screens to order, lawn mowers sharpened; call for and delivered. Brown-Darnell Co., 1022 Main. Phone 1936. WANTED A competent girl or wom an for general house work. In a small family. Address Box 67, Richmond, Ind. 29-tf WANTED If you want money In place of your city property or farm, go right, to Porterfield's Real Es tate office. Kelley Block, 8th and Main. - 14-tt WANTED Bread baker at 8 8. 11th 8t 7-tf WANTED You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreation. ' . 12-tf FOR SALE. FOR ..SALE-y-Monuments and grave markers, lettered with pneumatic tools and delivered at your ceme tery. Thomas ' OToole, Liberty, Ind. 6-5t at his work, let a piece of iron fall: It struck him on his foot and mashed one of the toes. Mrs. Warren Reid, who visited Mrs. Albert Newman, returned to Indianap olis yesterday. Mrs. Grayson has returned to In dianapolis. The Rev. C. H. Van Winkle had his pocketbook stolen at Connersville on Thursday evening. He and his -family were returning from Little Flatrock and atopped at Connersville to see the fair. As they were about to board the Lake Erie and Western for home that evening the Rev. Mr. Van Winkle felt a hand in his hip pocket and realised that his pocketbook had been taken. Luckily he had transferred all money to another receptacle and knowing the pocketbook was empty he made no ef fort to secure the thief in the jam of people around. Chas. Callaway, post master here, was also robbed on the fair, grounds. He had left the office In a hurry that morning for the train and in case of emergency slipped two five dollar bills into a card case and placed In his hip pocket. At some time he waa relieved of the case and Its contents of $10. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mesdames Alice Gresh and H. L. Jones spent yesterday with Miss Belle' Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Beeler at Richmond. ' Mrs. Martha Lee was at Conners ville yesterday. The W. F, M. S. met with Mrs. Wal ker and daughtetr yesterday after noon. The occasion was the mite box opening. ' The Rev. Van Winkle preaches at Bentonvllle tomorrow. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hamilton are spending two weeks in Carnegie, Pa., with rela tives and friends. . Mrs. Charles Miller spent Thursday in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Lester spent Wednesday with friends In Conners ville. Levin Swlggett. of Suwanee. Tenn., is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Hes ter Swlggett. Miss Edna Jacobs and her brother Clifford: have returned after a visit with their uncle, James Dale, of Tularosa, N. Mex. Miss Mary Gramford has gone to Arcadia. Mo., to resume her studies in school, after some time spent with her uncle, the Rev. Jamea Sbay. M. L. Bo wm aster is confined to the house, the result of the rupture of a blood vessel. While doing some paint ing at his home on West-Main street. Thursday, he found that he heeded a stick with which to sUr the paint. He ascended the steps at the rear of the house, and as he neared the wood shed he felt a queer sensation creeping over him. Glancing down be found that bis shoe was Oiled with blood. Mra. Bowmaster was at the store, several LIST PAL LAD Want Ado FARM FOR SALE My farm of 42 acres, located 4V4 miles north-west of Hagerstown, Ind., 7 room house, cellar (cistern 80 bbl), wood house, barn 34x60. hog bouse and sale pa vilion, 34x54, new, 30 windows; spring and milk house, fountain nev er freezes, all kinds of fruit, close to two churches. This is one of the best small farms in , the county as the crops will show. You can buy crops, hay and everything " if you so desire possession at once, or spring; write me at once. Austin O. Dering, Centervllle, Ind. ' '10-lt FO RSALE Duroc hogs. Commons, Webster. Phone 3144C. , 14-tues-wed-3wks FOR SALE Good washing machine, cheap.; Phone 1061. . . 10-3t FOR SALE Road wagon, harness, saddle, household goods, chairs, beds sideboards, book case, etc. at 134 S. J 2th street. ' 10-7t FO R SALE Cheap, zinc bath tub! marble top bowl and high tank clos et, perfect condition; 312 N. 11th St Tel. 1441." 10-2t FOR SALE A good hot blast stove, phone 3089. ' 10-3t FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Porterfield, Kelly Blk., 8th and Main. septS-tf FOR SALE Good surrey and phaeton eheap. C. E. Bell, West Fifth and National road. Phone 3085. 9-3t FOR SALS: Golden Quartered Oak Combination Book Case and Writ ing Desk, $10. A bargain. 1216 S. B Btreet. 9-3t FOR SALE Roll top desk in fine con dition, a bargain. Phone 1191. 7-3t AUCTION SALE, Wednesday, Sept. 14th, 1 p. m.- Prize winning poul try, Black Langshang, Buff Orping tons, Barred Rocks and Light Brah: mas, Incubators, Philo Coops ' and Brooders, etc. :Also household fur niture. J. W. Collins, 408 Kinsey Street.- . - 6-7t FOR SALE One four roll McCor mick Corn Shredder in good condi tion. C. W. Kienzle, Greensfork, Ind. . ' ; - 6-7t FOR SALE Modern double house, well located or will trade for In dianapolis home, north. , Phone 1878. -4-7t FOR SALE Two good East End prop- erties, -$100.00 cash, balance same - as . tent All improvements made. ; $1,000 and $1,400; - E.. E. Roney, - Westcott Hotel Cigar Stand.. 4-7t blocks away, and fearing that some thing of a serious nature might result, he started at once -for the office of Dr. J. R. Litell, where It was found, that a blood vesel in the" right limb had been ruptured. Medical aid was given and he was taken to the rooms at his store, where he is doing as well as could' be anticipated. R. L. Scott was elected county pres ident of Rural Mall Carriers, at the Indiana state meeting which convened in Logansport last Sunday. Seven delegates from Wayne county were in attendance. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ann Smaller, who was found dead In an up stairs room, Wednesday evening, at her home, on Main street, was held at the home yesterday afternoon.- Rev. J. E. Coffin, of the Methodist church, had charge of the services: Mrs. Sm al ley ' was 78 years of age. She was born in Fairfield county, O., south of Lancaster. She was twice married, the first husband, William Martin, having died in Kirkwood, Mo., during the Civil war. She afterward married George F. Smalley. One child, Lew Martin, and one grandchild. Miss Lulu Martin, of this city, survive her. Mrs. Charles Driggs, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Sechrist, of Koko mo, have gone to Kenton, O.. to visit friends, and from that city will go to Peru to spend several days. Mrs. A. M. Danner and children. Harry and Marie, are the guests of Forrest Danner and sister. Miss Pruda Danner. Mrs. J. E. Brooks and daughter. Miss Bessie, have gone to Cincinnati to spend a week with Mrs. Rudolph Miller. - Mrs. Lee Pitman is in Connersville, visiting her daughter, and attending tbe fair. There is no improvement in the con dition of Mrs. Henry Ingerman, who has been critically ill for several weeks. Mrs. M. B. McCaffrey and daughter, Miss Alice, went today to Indianapolis where they expect o make their home and where Miss Alice will enter the Shortridge HighvschooL "Cambridge City turned out en mass at the Connersville fair, Thursday, two cars were required for the passengers from this station. ' The dramatization of Mary Jane Holmes most widely read novel, "Tem pest and Sunshine" will be presented at Hurst's opera house, Tuesday even ing, September 13. . -' .Miss Bessie - Brooks uttended . the Connersville fair, Wednesday. Mrs. Frances Jones, of Anderson, is the guest of Rev. J. E. Coffin and family. DUBLIN. IND. Dublin. Sept. 10. Mrs. Phoebe Mich ael went to Crawfordsville. Thursday. to visit her son. Harry Michael Miss Fannie Fraxee, of Rushvllle, is the guest of Mrs. Ed. Beeson. . Mrs. W: A. Oler has gone to Ander son to visit her son.' Clare Oler and family. . The funeral of Mrs.. Eliza Pickett, who died at her home In this place. Wddnesday afternoon, waa held Fri I U M OOO ColMinniirBs FOR SALE Parlor suit, value $40, for $18. Call 720 N. 8th St. S7t FOR SALE New and second band ' buggies and' carriages. Newbern's Shop, 105 N. 4th St Phone 1612. 27-tf FOR SALE or trade tor tucniuouu ' property, two modern houses In fine location- in Indianapolis, very" at tractive. Address P..O. box 67, Rich mond. Indiana. " " ily9-tf FORSALE Heating stove, good coir? ditlon call 423 Lincoln St FORSAYE S rnillwelllm pro ved su burban premises; well fruited, good house and barn ; other outbuildings ; an, ideal little home for the retired farmer, or city man seeking 'a su burban home. Price $4,000. Apply to ' The J. E. ,M. Agency, over 6 North Seventh street, . sept 1-tf FOR SALE I have a number of im proved farm?,'' from 25 up to 214 , acres, city property and lots; com mission ope per . cent ... Kaufman, over 82S Main St . Phone 2394. c 24-tf FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR . SALE 3hoie residence lot, firn cuare Soutn 12th St Dr. rt tng. . 23-tf FOR SALE Six room house with s bath, furnace . and electric light, $2,300.00. Phone 1522. ' 17-tf MISCELLANEOUS. PERRONS wishing to take' roomers ; during Yearly Meeting of Friends, will please notify promptly. Dr. Bally, 31 South 15th or Robert W. Randle, 1234 Main street, or C. E. Newman. State accommodations, number wanted and price. 9&16 COPYWORK-:::Addre8sing, etc., to do at borne. Have own machine. Phone 2077. 4-7t Fire Insurance. Turner W. Hadley. Real Estate. J. M. Lacey Pawnbroser. bth and Main. 26-3mo PATENTS procured, also bold on cdmmi8sioiL Positively nc. advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing, Washington, D. C. may22-t' NOTICE The party that corrowed the invalid chair from the Penny Club will plea return to 100 Ft. Wayne Ave. at once. HAIR weaving, manlcurlcg. face nias :sage and scalp treatment Shampoo Sing, 35c. Open of evenings ' till a o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South Sixth. may25-6mo day morning at the Friends' church. She was twice married, the first hus band, John Davis, and the second, Henry Pickett. Two sisters, Mrs. Martha Blnford, of Thornton; Mrs. Lucinda . Coffin, of Greenfield; three brothers, Silas Huddleston, of Dublin; Benjamin Huddleston, of the state of Washington, and Aaron Huddleston, of California, and three stepchildren, Mrs. Langford. of Plainfield; A. H. Pickett, of Darlington, and Charles Pickett, of California, survive her. For some time she had made her home with her broth'er, Silas Huddleston, but early in the summer had been taken to the home of Dr. Walton, to be cared for. Mr 8. W. D. Jennings, of Eustis, Fla., is the guest of her sister. Miss Flora Brown, and other friends in this place and vicinity. HAGERSTOWN, IRQ. Hagerstown, Ind., Sept. .10 Alvin Peel, electric light superintendent, made a business trip to Cincinnati this week. Mrs. Lee Stamn of Economy visited with her mother, Mrs. Mary Raffe this week. ' ' Mrs. John Sells entertained Mrs. Frank Lay of Indianapolis at dinner, Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Smith of Greensfork, was here Thursday afternoon. ' The Woman's Home Missionary So ciety will meet on Tuesday afternoon of next week at the home of Mrs. Mon roe Sherry, south ' of town. The fol lowing program has been arranged: Subject Our Young People. Hymn "Sow In Thy Seed." Bible lesson Mathew 13:24-30. Mrs. Castor. Prayer. Brief Talk, "Our Jewels: Who and What V Miss Cora Castor.. Reading Queen Esther's College Girls." Mrs. Sherry. - "A Worker and the Work" Mrs. Life. Music. ,- . Reading. "Our Daughters" Mrs. Replogle. "The Story of a Leaflet- Mrs. Small. "National Plans for the Young Peo ple" Mrs. Plummer. Music. Social Hour. Mr. and Mrs. James ' Knapp enter tained at dinner, Friday-evening. Mr. and . Mrs. Fred Smith and daughters, Frances and Emmajean. t Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stuart and son Robert of Indianapolis are guests "of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jones and Mrs." Re becca Stuart. Carl Petro visited with friends at Connersville this week." Miss Agnes Roush of Oakland Mills; Pa, is the guest of her brother Henry Roush and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoneclpher enter tained at dinner Thursday evening, Mrs. H. C. Teetor. Miss Mable Teetor and Dr. C W. Clark. Miss Reba Wilson of Anderson spent a few days with Miss Nellie Brant,'' "-''. Miss Nellie Brant wffl go to MfflvOle t cent per word. 7 days for, the price of 5 days.,; We charge advertisements fsent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. FOR RENT. FOR RENT House in country. Box 29. Route 2. New Paris. O. 10-2t FOR RENT Farm of 85 acres. 2H miles north of city. Inquire at 624 W. S. A St ' 10-lt FOR RENT Furnished rooms, elec tric light, bath, heat, one block from Penn. Station. 902 North D St 10-lt FOR RENT Flat at 220 North 12th St Inquire 216 North 12th St 9-4t rin T f x-T . . m T .. ...i.w I tun rvc.x a uuun ut luvuit nuu i Oath, electric lights. Inquire at 221!Attend Mrs Hiser'e Business School. S. 6th St 10-lt FOR RENT 5 room house, 808 N. 8th. inquire of H. Schell, 1303 Main. 9-3t TOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms at 419 N. 15th. 8-tf TORHRENTpHouse 5 rooms, also light house keeping room. Phone 3262. v 7-7t FOR RENT Furnished room, moder ate rates, electric light and b&th for genti only at the Grand. jiy5-tt FOR RISNT A new three roomed flat furnished for light housekeeping; 105 N. 4th St Phone 1612.. . 20-tf FOUND. I FOUND A girl's satchel on court house lawn. Cair on janitor of lower floor of court house and identify property. - 9-2t BUSINESS CLASSIFIED. MACHINE SHOP. We Will Make Your Metal Patterns as well as do your repair work. WARD MACHINE CO., 200 N. 9th St ART STORE. Fancy work and heme baking. Haner's Art Store. 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. ', : - 10-tf FERTILIZER. Attention Faimers. Save ;our money by buying Fertlliiera of a man who .understands them thoroughly. Phone 5150D. 26-tf STORAGE. -Don't forget Atkinson' and . his -lire-proof1 building when " you. Vant to storo furniture. Fhon 1945. 4th and Main street. June 18-tf Monday to begin her duties as teacher of the first and second primary de partments of the Millville school. . Mrs. Shively and Miss Lida Taylor returned today from a three weeks' visit with friends at Chicago. Mrs. Alonzo Williams and two children and Frank Lilly of New Cas tle are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Foutz. Mr. Williams, who is re covering from the typhoid fever la vis iting with his father and family south west of town. Harry Rinehart's horse ran away Thursday, throwing him out of the buggy. He. sustained several bruises but nothing serious. The buggy was demolished. - V - Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones and daughters wifl spend Sunday at New Castle the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sllckv -."o.;'... . Mr.: and Mrs. Will Replogle enter tained 'Friday, Mrs. .Mary Funk and Mrs. Martin Funk and daughters. Carl Robertson and family of New Castle spent the day here Thursday. Mrs. Mahlon Leonard and daughter, Myra, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Miss Jane Leonard near Mes- Sick. ' - .' -t Jefferson township schools will open Monday. The centralized school will be in charge of Miss Edith Weber and Mr. Perry Hoover. Miss Clara Pelrce will teach at Dist. school No. 2. EATON. OHIO. Eaton, O., JSept. 10. J. E. Parker spent Thursday In Indianapolis. G. E. Seheid was a Camden business visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Crumbaker and daughters. Misses Grace and Cath erine, and Miss Lenora Scheid will leave about the middle of October for Los . Angeles," Cal., where they will spend eome time with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ray, Long Beach. Harry Jordan, of West Alexandria, was in Eaton. Thursday. J. E. Wysong was a Dayton visitor Thursday. Mr., and Mrs. Harry McWhinney spent Thursday In Dayton. Mrs. William Malone and guests, Mrs. J. C. Fudge and son Charles, of Chattanooga, Tenn., spent Friday in Cincinnati. They visited in Dayton, Thursday. r . . ;--.-. , A - party complimentaary to Miss Jeanette Bender was given Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caa sady at their home on North Barron street. An appetizing luncheon was served to a large number .of guests. Miss Bender Is soon to become the bride of Walter Harris, of Los Angeles, CaL. and will leave in a few weeks for that city, where the ceremony will be performed. They, wffl reside there. Mr. and Mrs. L.i D. Disher and daughter, Miss . Leon, of Lewisbrug. will be guests of Eaton relatives the later part of next week. The third - annual ' reunion of the Momingstar family will be held . Sep tember 24 on the Preble county fair gronnds at Eaton. George Hotman haw been' attending tbe fair at Connersville. Ind., the past week,:-' -. . J THOMPSONS'' "AGENCY Why not now bur a lot in Earlham cemetery. Cheap 710 Main St .- 8-7t RESTAURANT. The best msals are gotteVat Profil's 11S. Eig'ath street FOR .SAUE Richmond DroDertv a specialty. For- terfield. Kelly Blk, 8th & Main. ... " - . opens Sept 19. Phone 2177. 30-tf OPENING WEEK FALL TERM AUG. 29TH TO SEPT 6TH RlCHMONtV"; BUSINESS . COLLEQE . ; CABINET- SHOP. Sawing, grooving. Interior remodel ing, Job work. De Banto Shop Phone 1167. sept2-lma REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ' UNUSUAL ! OFFER Excellent, Commodious Home, fine lo cation, no use for it. At $3,000, less than value.. Call. soon. ; Thompson's 710 Main. 8-7t Slavery In England. Slavery existed in England vcitbout any mitigariug fearui-w worth eak ing of until tbe time of the wars of the roses. Brai-ton. the famous law yer of the time of Heiiry Ul.. informs us that the vouditlon of slaves was fearful. It was Indeed slavery, pure and simple. Ail the good a slave ac quired ' belouped to bis master, who could take them from him whenever he pleased, tbe slave having no re dress at law; hence the Impossibility of a man's purchasing hla own free dom. The only hope for the slave was to try to set into on of the walled towns when be bet-anie free, tbe towns men granting biui liberty on the con dition of bis helping them fight tbe nobles. New York American. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. One Way Colonist Fares To toe Coast Via TheC.&O.R.R.ol Ind. TO California $36.75 Selling dates August 25th to Sent 9th and October 1st to 15th. TO Mexico $36.75 Selling dates August 25th to Sept, Stb and October 1st to 15Q. TO Portland, Ore., $37.05 Selling dates Sept. 15th to October 15th. . Also to Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Texas, Utah, Washington, D. C. For Particulars Call C. A. BLAIR, Pass, at Tkt. Agt Home Phone. Richmond. Ind. Tiime TaMes CHESAPEAKE A OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY. Phoae la effect Arii it. laie. East B.aad Ckleac-Claelamatl. Statl.aa. Lv. . a u - a D I SI ) 8mm. I Sata. Chicago ..... :15a: 10:5p :1S 1:22 4:S2 t:26p :lp 7:4p 8:lp t:Sp Peru at. ... Peru ........ Marion ..... Muncle . .... Richmond . . . Ct. Grove .. Cincinnati .. l:22n z:vza. 2:12a :01a 8:S5a. 6:08a 6:42a 7:2a l:32p 2:2Sp 3:18p 4:40p 7:0aJ 7:S9al t:22aJ :S0p Wrct Bm .13 Cladjiaiatl-ThleaaTa. Staltoaa. Ex D I D 1 Si Omly Cincinnati Ct. Grove) Richmond Muncle . . Marion . . Peru Ar. Peru . . . . Chica-o . 12th St. :16a!l:00D :53a(ll:4Dl io:iauz:Z3a ll:4SaJ l:40al l:0p( 6tatton. Tnronstt Vestlbnl4 Trains betwera ft. I. mrk mmA P.tfMHnn.tl TWiiiM. .1.11. acrrlce. . Through slepera on trains n bum wiwnn nicaaTo ana ina ctnnati. - - v Fine buffet aervte ea trains 1 and 2 AU trains run Oallv. j - ' For train connections and ether ta- nnutuea call C A. BlrA.TR, P. A T. A. uoxae KPnum zesz. . . 8 :16a :63a 7:00p 10:21 :30pU:4a -.XOnllltaln 12:41pt 2:36a. l:32pl 3:2 I:23p l:42pl S:3aJ 6:40dI 7:26aJ ! S:4p A BLACK-HAtID IIOTE rfemindinff that he place $100 be-" hind his pool room, P. H. Darts. o( Hagerstown. lormeny a prommeui .,., loon keeper, received a "black hand" letter Friday. Davis will disregard th notice. It is as follows: -Jack, vou out si 00 tn paper money under the paper basket In your closet tonight, back of your .saloon and no watching either. Refuse and youm see more trouble than" you have seeA ... ...... in a h or a while. $100. Money or your life." - - Tke KaaT Of iare, mm another's little ill, and ior th flU of the or later to hav occasion o treat eatlpatlo or tedieaation. WIm tha opporronlty coraaa remember that the Quickest way to obtate reliei. well's Synip Pepsin, tha aat herb Uxativa compound. A bottla show d always be ta tha a . w. 4T) una a 11 skt 4MtaT atAtSafL IIOUM, II CO uiujr vwa wa m NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has received a conveyance , from the Commons Dairy Company, a corporation of the City of Richmond. Indiana, of all of its property, real and personal, as a trustee in trust for the benefit of all the bona fide credltora of said corporation, and has given bond and qualified as such trustee ac cording to law. John A. Spekenhier, i -10-17 Trustee. POPULAR EXCURSIONS X 1 : C.&O. of Indiana $10.00 ..:.'.". t ROUND TRIP To Chattanooga, Tcnn. account of Reunion of the Cumber land. Selling dates Oct lOtt. Hth. Final return limit Oct 2Sth. , $24.15 ROUND TRIP To Atlantic City. U. J. account of -ConVentioh Street and In Lterurban Railway Association. Sell ing dates Oct. 6, 7, S, 9th. Final ra turn Oct. ISth. S16.S3 - ROUND TRIP ' To Atlanta, Ga. account of Grand' Lodge Of Odd lei" lows. Selling dates, Sept. 15. 16 and 17tb. Final return limit Oct 1Mb. $24.15 ROUNO TRIP. To AUcnUe City, N.J. account of Grand Army Encampment . Selling dates Sept' 15,' liS, 17. 18 and 19th. . Final return limit Oct. 28th. ? $21.55 . ": " ROUND TRIP To Baltimore, Hi. account cf Grand United Order of Odd Fellows. Selling dates ept. th. lOtb and llth. Final return limit Sent 21st $25.50 ROUND TRIP To New York; W. Y. ' ' ).;- -v."1 -...'-j- .V '.- .: - - . - . a . . , Final return limit 30 davn from date of sale. . ROUND TRIP SUMMER TOURIST RATES To Portland, Ore vn. , To San Francisco, -Cal. ..."....$77.90 To Yellowstone Park I5L10 To Denver. Colo. . . .. . .$37.05 ' 1 To St Paul, Minn., etc 24.1S - For further information, call C. A. BLAIR, Pass. 4a Tkt. Agt,' ' Home Tel. 2062. r Richmond. Ind ; Trls To CEECA(E(D Satardcy Ric-t Sep. 10 Train Lvs. Richmond, 1&2S Midnight DosnelTrii To OuieSniiimQffil . SbnCas Sep.. ill : . Numerous 'attractiomr ; fatoflMHrqi Ba9 -1 Game Reds 'vs. St. Louis. , , , Zi Train ivea ftlttmond t:d fcss,' Train leavW tMMutttm f ; a. iciv'. T. A- WchmiJuJ. t :r" " ' i I-