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TIIE niCimOTTD PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRAXI, SUNDAY, XOTEHBER , 1010.
PAGE NINE. Offices Branch of flees 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. WANTED- A man to work Insurance, alary and commission. Apply 209 W. Pearl. ' 6-7t WANTED Light two-horse huckster wagon, must be cheap. Box 34, Beth el Ind. 5-7t WANTED-Everybody suffering from piles to go to Qulgley'a drug stores for 8. U. Tarney'a Positive Painless Pile Cure. Best on earth. 6-7t VANTKDPIano pupils-by a former student of the music department at Karlham College. Terms reasona ble. Phone 1874 or call at 1417; North C street. 5-tf WILTED Horse for delivery; tele- phone 3078. 6-7t WANTEDOIrl for housework for family of two In suburban home; csU 1002. 4-tf WANTED To put up those weather strips; repair or reftnlsh that furni ture, or do that job of carpenter work; all work guaranteed. Cabinet Shop. Phone 4019. 3-7t WXStEDShot'S repaired. A. J. Ford' Cunningham Shoo Store. Men's wed soles, 75c. Ladies' sewed soles, 50c. 2-7t .WA&TliDTwo or1 three rooms for light house keeping. Phone 3086. ' 2-7t $2.59 per day paid one lady In each" town to distribute free circulars and take orders for concentrated flavor ing In tubes. Permanent position. WANTED if you want money la c of your city property or farm, Ct right to Porterfleld's Real Es tate) office. Kelley Block. 8th and Mala. 14-tf WAi4TD-You 'to go. to Murray Bit Lard parlors for recreatlca. ' 12-ti WANTED Pin boys; , must bo, six teen. City Bowling Alley. 23-tf WXTitED Hot sir furnace. Phone 2170.' 9-tt WANTED We want Immediately a good solicitor to represent us In this territory. Good position for a hustler. Full Information on re quest Hooker, Wyman 4k Co., Ro adster, N. Y. ocO-lt-23 no 6 WliiTlcnTo repair your baby cabs, farn Iter, bicycles and all kinds of fx'" work. , We also do picture fritaT t Brown 4 Darnell, 1022 XSala). "ttone 1936. 18-tf W7fEDTTbuy gents' suits and ov ercoata, J. M. Lacy, Pawn Broker. ". . - oct 24-lmo 8tesMANVANTEDPrmsDent position. A wide-awake salesman to Mt as selling manager and general Salesman for our product in Rich mond, Ind. and vicinity. Address with bank or business firm refer once, Dlagraph Carbon Paper Com pany, Drury Building, Philadelphia. Psnna. , nov6-9 FOR SALE. FOR SALE Household Monday or Tuesdsy. Phone 2228. goods; call 406 S. 13th. - it FOR SALE -Good base burner, been used one winter, in first class condi . tlon; wish to sell at once; price very reasonable. Call 2004 8. A St. 5-3t r46"S8XLE PolanoTChlna male pigs; Elva 8arver. Jacksonburg.- 5-3 1 FOSTSALE International' gasoline en- glne, corn shredder, sawing and grinding outfit, In good condition. C. If. Miles. R. F. D. No. 4. B-5t lOX8ALE New Automatic Reming- ton shot gun, two barrels; 312 8. 12th. . S-7t FOR SALE Household goods; 25 8. 8th St. The next affair on the social calendar of the T. P.- A. of Richmond will bo the reception tendered the wires and ladjf friends of the members of Post C The date for this occasion has not 'been definitely fixed but In all probability it will be during the sec ond week of December. The heating plant Is working. to full capacity. The boys will be able to enjoy warm and comfortable rooms during the coming winter. Ous Relhstelner left the first of the last. week for a" five weeks trip through Kansas. Oklahoma and other western states in the interest of the Wayne Works. He will see some of the large customers for the local fac tory. . Harry Thomas, the newly-wed of Albion, Ind, dropped Into Richmond, Friday evening to see It the house was still In the notion of paying him his salary. He found things entirely satisfactory and left for his home yesterday with a broad smile and as talkative as usual when he is at his boot. He sUted that Post C should hold , a Jollification meeting and re joice over the fact that they are not pylg his widow the $5,000.00 check that comes to every T. P. A. widow wksoe husband is kind enough to die. accidentally. "It happened this way," all -Harry. "I was coming into Peru th other evening In my auto In which 1 had been traveling, seeing my cus totstrs all week, at a rate of speed t&al would make Barney Oldfield look I T P. A , BYT.C.H. ooo FOR SALE! Two cedar chests, side board, dining room chairs, cradle, high chair, washing machine, hat rack, couch and divan. Call be tween ft-12 a.' m. and 5-6 p. m. or phone 2160. 30 S. 10th St. FOR SALE Dining room furniture; 26 North 10th. 5-7t FOR SALE Registered Chester white male pigs. J. S. Helms, Richmond R. 1. Phone 5134? 4-3 1 FOR SALE: 16 Inch sugar wood at 1102 and 28 Sheridan St. Delivered to all parts of city. 3-7t FOR SALE Good second hand Buck steel range; 25 S. 19th St. 3-3t CEAVE your Order at the Eggemeyer Grocery, 4th and Main, for home made pies, cakes and bread, or phone 1781. . l-7t FOR SALE One thirteen horse pover traction engine, good on road, good in field; also tank; will sell for one third their worth as I am not able to care for same. Phone ,193B, Fountain City. l-7t FOR SALE Iron safe, two desks, typewriter, microscope, physician's " medical library and Instruments. Call from 8 to 12 a. m. and 5 to 6 p. ra. or phone 2160; 30 South 10th street. - l-7t FOR SALE Durocs, gilts snd males, weighing from 175 to 200 pounds. Commons, Webster, phone 5144C. 28-2wks FOR SALE Pure bred Barred Rock cockerels, Bradley and Bowker strains. Eggs in season. Mrs. 8. P. Pike, Centerville, Ind. 25-7t-tu-thu-sun FOR SALE New and second hand buggies and carriages. Newberns 8hop, 105 N. 4th St. Phone 1612. 27-tf FOR SALE Mantle cabinet with four French plate mirrors. Phone 2301. Call 202 N. 8th. . 22-tf FOR SALE 18-in block wood deliver ed any part of the city. - Phone 4105. 22-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Eight room residence, bath, hot and cold water, electric lights, gas, ready for occupancy. . Phone 2664 or 1295. 5-2t FOR RENT Two rooms upstairs for light housekeeping; 202 North Tth 8t. 5-3t FOR RENT Furnished room with bath and electric light; 202 North 8th street. Phone 2301. 20-tf FOR RENT OR SALE Three 7-room modern new houses, southwest cor. 1st and W. Pearl. Phone 2477-204 S. 12 tf FOR RENT 8 room brick, all im provements, barn, 118.00 month; 423 So. 12th. Inquire first door north. 1 3-7t FOR RENT Furnished room for gen- tleman at 1203 Main. - - 2-7t FOR RENT Modern house at 17 S. 12th. l-7t FOR RENT New house on National Avenue. Inquire at 414 Lincoln St. 2-7t FOR RENT Office rooms, ground floor, Gennett theater. Dr. N. 8. Cox. 28-7t FOR RENT Modern 7 room house, electric light, bath and furnace; 1517 N. D St. Phone 1700 or enquire 8. O. Yates. 31-tf like a Standard OH wagon on a mud dy road. All of a sudden I looked up and there before me In the center of the road stood some farmer's kind old "Bossie that had furnished milk to his family for fifteen years. Well, you know, when a cow Jumps, she al ways jumps the other way, and the other way that time happened to be my way, so into dear old "Bossie' I went with the machine. When I pulled myself out from under the cow and machine I took a careful sur vey of the adjacent territory and found the only damage done was two broken springs on the auto and a punctured tire caused by "Bosaie's" horn. As to the cow and myself we both escaped uninjured. It was a mighty close call. The next time I meet a cow . I stop until she moves on." Harry is as lively as ever. Ed Tingle, the only democrat In Post C, except Charlie Beck and Ed Dye. is betting all his salary on the democratic prospects. He has placed many large bets on his brother T. P. A.'s on the democratic ticket. Elmer Lebo will visit Anderson on Thursday where the T. P. A.'s are planning an elaborate reception to the state and national officers. Mr. Lebo it is reported is down on the program to respond to a toast and haa prepar ed an address that will be of great Interest to every T. P. A. The state board will hold its meeting at that time and in all probability will settle the question of next year's T. P. A. state - convention. The Anderson boys have put forth every effort to make the reception notable in Indiana T. P. A: circles. James R. Crawford, state chairman of the railroad committee. Is gather ing all the information obtainable In regard to the operation of lnterurban cars In Indiana, with the view of pre PALLADIUM Want Ado Coliu' mos' WANT AD LETT'EB LIST The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of fice. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling for mail in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today as follows: , Contractor ... 1 A. B. C .2 Grocer 1 H. R. 1 Trade 1 G. L. 1 J 1 G. R. 0 1 X. Y. Z. 1 Mac H 1 Home .. 2 M. E. 1 Mall will be kept for Z"j oars only. All mail not called for within that lime will be cast out. FOR RENT Good fall pasture. Phone 1872. Call 611 Main. 26-tf FOR RENT Two flats, one six room, one four room. Phone 2277. 27-7t FOR RENT A new three roomed flat furnished for light housekeeping; 105 N. 4th St. Phone 1615. 2C t FOR RENT The Sutton home. Phone 3139. , . 28-7t FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE 120 acres, well Improved, well located, good producing soil; take some city property; 40 acres improved, well located; take city property; 6 acres well improved. I have any size farm you want. If you want a fine home in the city see me. Commission one per cent. Kaufman.-828 Main. 5-tf FOR SALE: New cottage; suburban, on city car line, cheap. Roscoe Kirkman. 5-2t FOR SALE Suburban property, cheap; L. R., care Palladium. l-7t What's the first Qreen Things We See in the Spring? Christmas Jewelry Why don't some money-monger buy a new 6-room house I have for $1,500? Rents for $12 per month, or for one half cash. or , t . - A new 4-room, $950. ..'-' . or -A new 5-room modern, except, fur nace, $2,000, $500 cash, balance $16 2-3.' or A of double 8 rooms, central, near Main, $1,850. Rents for $15. A bar gain. , or ' A 6-room brick, central, bath, var nish finish, cozy, $2,200. Central. or Any man not voting as I do is 'a chump. I vote as I please. or ' . A 40-acre farm with fair improve ments, 3 miles out. This farm is roll ing, but tillable. It's a bargain. $3,200. or A 40-acre, 3H miles, new buildings, good and cosy. This farm is one-half See MORGAN About It 8th and senting a bill to the next legislature regulating the , electric lines in this state. Mr. Crawford is by far the most able and aggressive railroad chairman of any state in the national organization. ' He has accomplished great good for the traveling public by his perseverence and has caused to be remedied many defects In train service throughout the state. As evi denced by the great number of trac tion accidents of late he finds that some necessary action by the state authorities is absolutely necessary. Mr. Crawford is in a position to give some valuable information to legisla tors along the line of railroad law making. Charles Morgan . has severed his connection with the Indianapolis Sun as agent in this city. He has formu lated no plans for the future. The watch given by the post last week went to Mr. George Stimson of New Castle who is a mail clerk on the . Pennsylvania railroad running between Cincinnati and Chicago. At the end of October, the T. P. A.'s numbered 40,257. The national . organisation during the last month paid three death claims, a total of $15,000.00. Indiana received two of these. In Mississippi all the state prison ers are employed on four farms own ed by . the state. One contains thir teen thousand acres. The prisoners clear and improve the land and grow crops. Cotton is the chief product. All the white 'prisoners are on one farm of 2,200 acres. In Germany bicycles are now used almost exclusively by the working classes. OOO KNOWN VALUES rCBLISHERg CLASSIFIED ADVgJtTlS- ma association paft&b Wl AM MIMWM FifM la aU part ( ta Stata u Caaada. Tear want aaaalita itrrtw aajr tiaw by taa beat awaiaasa la taa coon try. Get ear neabereaia liata Caeek paaara "yon want. VTe do the reat. Pab:ahr Claaaifiea Aavertiatar Aaaoela- FOR SALE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION -- Just your chance to set loca ted. This is a brand new house, just com pleted, everything mo dern. Six rooms and bath, hardwood floors, furnace and electric light, liv ing rooms papered, cement .cellar; a gas range is included in the equip ment. Price is very reasonable. You cannot buy anything in this location within 800 of the price. It's the big gest bargain in Richmond. You can look the city over, but why waste the time. If you only have part of the money, well fix the balance. Don't hesitate because you've bought your coal or have settled for the win ter. We'll fix this so you wont lose. If you ever really wanted to buy a home, and buy it right, and in the best location in the city, a place where it will increase in value year after year, your opportunity has come. Don't let it pass. Investigate tonight, because this won't be on the market long. It will rent for $20.00 per month. So it's a good investment if you don't want a home. Price less than $3,000. Don't let the price, don't let the terms, don't let anything stop you from Investigating this if you really want to buy a home. Call at 325 Main, W. Richmond. Phone 3234 or address Drawer 96, care Pallad ium. FOR SALE 8 room house, southeast corner Sherman and Boyer street. Price $850. Rents for $13 per month. Must be sold. Phone 2477. 204 S. 12th. 14-tf FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Porterfleld. Kelly Blk.. 8th and Main. sept3-tf tillable, balance good pasture, spring water. $2,900. or . I, want $10,000 to make a good first mortgage farm loan with ' 5 years 6 per cent. , or A 3-room house for $450, J 25 cash, balance $8 per month. Or will take a lot as part pay. or A 4-room, large lot, $700. $23 cash, balance $10 per month.' Or will take a lot as part pay. or Good modern residence property, all kinds and locations. or A good business room In good loca tion, flat above,, rents for $25 per month. Price, $2,650. This is rented now and ' lease on same. Permanent if you want. or Trade good grocery stock (in voice) for a property. Give or take or sell for cash. Central, "' Way down In North Carolina an old farmer that could not read was asked the question how he spent his long evenings. "Well," he said, "sometimes I set and think and sometimes I just set" North E ASK HIS PROMOTION (American News Service) Dallas, Tex, Nov. 5. The action of the recent National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic by resolution "earnestly recommending the promotion of John L. Clem, senior colonel of the quartermaster's depart ment U. S. army, to be a brigadier general on the active list of the army" has brought attention to the fact that Colonel Clem is one of the seven civil war veterans now on the active list of the army and that in two years he will be the only civil war veteran on the active list. Colonel Clem is famous as "The Drummer Boy of . Shiloh." When a mere lad, scarcely out of knee pants, he went through the war as a drum mer boy. Since 1871 he has been in the regular army and has steadily ris en. For several years he has been the chief quartermaster of the department of Texas with headquarters at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio. In 1890 he was chief quartermaster of the department of Porto Rico and during his service the terrific tornado took place. He distributed over thirty mil lion pounds of food to the starring natives. He was chief quartermaster of the Philippines from 1903 to 1906 and saved the government two million five hundred thousand dollars without crippling his department In the least. Wh Bixby Doesn't Ga. . "Blxby aent the minister ten reasons for out going to church, but b left oat tbe main ooo." ' -What U tlial"- "He stays away because his wife doesn't cuke him go." Cleveiaao PJaia Dealer. 1 cent ; per word, i 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its insertion. Buy a Paying for it with the money you are now paying out for rent. Reliable man can secure a good, new house by paying a small cash payment, bal ance paid like rent, $15 per month. New 5 room house, 2221 , North F near car line, large veranda, cement walks, cement cellar, gas, electric lights, two kinds of water; good location for railroad man. " RENTS COLLECTED. PROPERTY SOLD. FIRE INSURANCE. 913 Main St TURNER W. HADLEY 600 Acres of Land 400 acres of which is first bottom land not subject to overflow; 100 acres upland and tillable; 100 pasture land O. K. and abound ing in springs. This large farm has a good ten room house and barns. Aggregate annual income about $4,000. . . . Price only $55.00 per acre. For par ticulars apply to The Je E. ML Agency, Over 6 North 7th St. FOR SAI.E- Small, well Improved su burban premises; well fruited, good house and barn; other outbuildings; an Ideal little horns for the retired farmer, or city man seeking a su burban home. Price $4,000. Apply to The J. K. M. Agency, over 6 North Seventh street. sept 1-tf FOR SALE Cheap house; 6 rooms; furnace; electric lights, gas and barn. 221 N. W. 3rd. Phone 3143. 30-7t FOR SALE 120 acres, good 8 room house, big barn, good fences, near a small town. Will take in city prop erty. Price $70 an acre. Kaufman, over 828 Main SL 15-tf SEE MOROAN for Real Estate in all its phases and local Information office. . 8th and North E Sts. 16-tf FOR SALE Six room house with bath, furnace snd electric light, 12,300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf FOR SALE House, fine location. Ad dress "Bargain," care Palladium. ; . 24-tf FOR SALE or trade for Richmond property, two modern houses in fine location ' In Indianapolis, very c.V tractive. Address P. C. box 67, Rich mond, Indians. Jly9-tf MISCELLANEOUS, HAIR weaving, manicurltg. face mas sage and scalp treatment. Shampoo ing. 85c. Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss ' Steward, 16 South Sixth. . ' . may25-6mo PATENTS pocured. alio sold on commission. : Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing, Washington; D. - msy22-tf FINE HORSES Like people, die. Therefore,' it you have any valuable ones. Insure them - against deaih from any cause. For particulars call on or 'phone Dougan A Co., Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf Stage Repartee. Paris actors are, very fond of saying things to one another on tbe stage which will confuse them and make an answer very awkward. A few days ago, during the progress of a costume play, one of the actors who was wear ing a sword knocked the . tbundei pistes down in tbe wings. Thunder plates are sheets of tin which are shaken to produce thunder, and tbe noise of tbe fall of a couple of them can be imagined. Tbe king, who was upon the stage, turned to one of the pages and haughtily isked. "What ever is that?" To bis surprise the page. who. ac stage pares often are, was A cbarmina young lady In - real life, answered. Thirty deaf mutes are down below, sire, asking for conversation with your majesty. The king, without moving a muscle, although tbe audience laughed, replied, "Are you quite certain . tbey art dumb?" "They say so. sire. replied tbe page with creat solemnity. "Well, said the klnp. "they make an awful noise about It." According to Scripture. A tsilor of very strict principles was la' the habit of excusing the faults of his assistants only tf tbey cooJd jus tify themselves by Scripture. One day a woman entered bis shop and asked to see some material, but refused tc bay it because ft was too cheap. After showing her some other goods the as sistant brought back tbe same mate rial, this time asking a higher price. whereupon tbe customer bought It- Afterward the proprietor, who had wit nessed the transaction, reproved his assistant severely. The latter, remem bering the rules of tbe establishment, replied: -Oh. It's sceordlng to Sct!j ure all right. She was a stranger, n6 took her la." ..:... RATES Home Of Yomir Owe Phone 1814. LOST LiOST A. door shutter taken from door on Hallowe'en night; finder will please return to 225 North 10th, 5-2t LOST Gold, open faced Geneva watch. Patek-Phillippe make: ini tials R. B. D. on back. Return to Second National bank. Reward. 21-tf Lost Self-filling foun tain peri, Richmond make. Reward if re turned to Palladium of fice. lOtf LOST Near 8th and Main, Bmall bag crotcheted of sansllk, valuable to owner. Phone Chas, Tennis, 2006. FOUND. FOUND Pair of gold nose glsases, wl chaln: caU l 444 8-15th st BUSINESS CLASSIFIED. MONEY LOANED. Low rates; favorable terms. Thomp son. 710 Main street. 29-7t MACHINE HOP. We Will Make Ytiur Metal Patterns as well as do your repair work. WARD MACHINE CO, 200 N. 9th St. FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. For terfield, Kelly Blk, 8th Main. AugS-tf STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and bis lire- proof building when you want' to store furniture. - Phone 1 1945. 4th and Main street. JunefS-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's. 14 8. Eighth stmet ; ART 8T0RE. Fancy work " and home baking. Han er's Art Store, 8 8. 11th. Phone 2180. ' 25-tf Welsh Red Indians.. Eight or nine hundred .yenrs ago a band of adrenturouM Welshmen landed on the American coast and planted a colony. They never went back, but according to Mr. James McLaughlin In "My Friend the Indian" "became in some sort the ancestor of a tribe of Indians, for the Mandana are thought by some writers to be the descendants of the lost Welshmen. Some philolo gists bare endeavored to prove this to their own satisfaction, and It Is said that the Mandans to this day retain in their vocabulary a great many dis tinctly Welsh words. And for bun dreds of years tbey maintained puyel col and mental characteristics that have rained tbem above their fellows. H. H. Cummings, of Salt Lake City, is now inspecting the Mormon colo nies of Dublan, Diaz, Pacheco and Jaurez, northwest of Chihuahua. He reports both colonies and schools in excellent condition with a population of about four thousand persons. Fifty thousand acres are now under cultiva tion in tills colony, and tbe members are planning, with the aid of the new water supply to bring fifty thousand acres more into bearing. ' One of the unique features mentioned by "Mr. Cummings in a recent interview is that there are no police in any of the colonies. There ore nine schools in the colonies, open to Mexican children. All the pupils are taught not only from books but the practical arts of housekeeping and the cultivation of land. . .;.;:.o Last Excursion To Cincinnati Via the C. & 0. R. R. Sunday Nov. 6th $1.00 ROUND TRIP Train Leaves Richmond 4:30 A. M. La st E hc u r s i o n To Chicago Saturday Night, Nov. 5th $3jOO ROUND TRIP. iVrain Leaves Richmond 11:47 P. M. For particulars call . . C. A. BLAIR. P. T. A, ' , Home TeL 2062 8809-A COMFORTABLE UP- TO-DATE C0STUKE Russian Blouse Suit with fJeven Got Skirt foe Misses and Small 4 Women.' This design is appropriate, smart and stylish. Old Woo panama with stitched satin bands in self color was used to develop it. The skirt Is an at tractive seven gore, plaited model. The blouse cut square at the neck may be trimmed with braid.' and the sleeve may be finished in either full or short. length- The pattern la cut ?n S sites: 14. 16. IS years. It requires 44 yards of 44 inch material for the 14 year else. A pattern of this luustra-; tlon mailed to any address on receipt of 10c in silver or stamps. Name , Address .,;.,,,.,, Slse (Fill out Blanks in pencil and send to Pattern Dept., Richmond Palladium.) Terre Uaat 2, Indian jiplii A Eastern Trccllon Co. Eastern Dtvlsloa Trains leave Richmond for Indian apolis and Intermediate stations at 6:00 A. M.; 7:25; 8:QA; t:2&: 10:00; 11:00; 12:00; 1:00; 2:25: 3:00; 4:00; 5:25; 0:00; 7:30; S:40; 0:00; 19:00; 11:10, Limited Trains. , Last Car to Indlanaoolls. I:'.0 P. M. Last Car to New Castle. 1C:00 P. M. - Trains uonnsct. at Indianapolis for Lsfsyette, Frankfort. Crawfordsvllle. Terrs Haute. Clinton, Sullivan. Ms tlnsville. Lebanon and Paris, 111. - Tickets - sold through., - - - TIME. TAD LG C&0.R.R.O! Indisnn Htfeeflve Oeteber folk, I3IS. ' ' Eaat'BoumL ChleajroClninnatl glallna. tea. sTWa. M Sa. 4 X. .13 Ualirl See. lOnl Ualirl oallr I CMrngo . . l"era. Arr. . . , 9:1 (a 1 :oai l::tp 3:lp 1:14a :0Aai T:O0a 4:33p :! ": Marlon . . . Munclfl . . S:Tai J: J On) 8 :03 IU-hmon1 Ct. Orov Cincinnati 4:30ttl:;9al S:2lpl t:lk 7:13a 7:16p West-llound, Clnrlnnatl-Chlcao. SI lalfcma. I N. 3 I Tl S (Vtu fit lav , J Pally Dellyi Dalts-I Sam. . " I loolr Cincinnati ,J :1Sf , -.ep :1 Ct. Grove. ....ft 0:1 -In I It :S'1Q-1 i ' IliohmmiilT. .lift: jTa; T-amn 'fua Muncia .... Marlon . ... Peru. Arr. . Peru. IjV. . , l:t2ii l:2?'iY' 1 l:lArt :Sftpj J :07a l:1ftp f:01p Z'.flln losSODi J:7a 2:1M I :"Ja Chlclaro S:55pl 7:0a 12th St. Ftatlnn. Throuirh- Vtlbul tmitia buiwaon Cincinnati and Chlcniro. Itouhle dally service. Through Http,rw' on night tralna. Ktnt . buffet aervlra on - trains Noa. 4 and 6. For train connections and ' other Information call C. A. nialr, fa. and Ticket Agt Richmond. Ind. lions Phone 2043. THE MAGAZINE YOU WANT oaa aa aaata ir u i Beach's Manrazinc OF BUSINESS A ftni4sMIrta BMtrtahfT WttMrnSlMA BamBBBBVaaaBal bbbbbbbBi - r-in tii na taaii 'i" rnifiTLiTTiWt In, atortaa. Toot aaatr aaefc U rem Saaat Skait " faaw ajettk far Baaca'a Jfasacia of maaasiaai fuIL Beach, t-71 Fori St. Detroit. KMk at (a par ' I i "r ) p ' 710 st rxciinoxi sw