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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUNTLEGRAMV SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1910.
SSll-GIRL'S DRCSS' r
PALLADIUM
RATES
WITH BLrOOMEItS
Branch; Offices
ooo
OOO
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.
KNOWN VALUES
Branch of floes are located in every
part of the city and county towns.
Leave your want ad with the one
nearest you. Rates are the same.
Wamt Ad.
Columns
JTBLlbHERg CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS
ING ASSOCIATION PAPE&S
Wl AU MIMIHI
Papers In .a parta of te States and
Canada. Tonr wants supplies anywhere ear
tim. by the best mediums in th country.
Get our membership list Cheek papers
70a want. "V' 4a the rest.
Publishers CUsaiflei XirertWog Associs-
Buffalo, S. X.
For Your Con
' vemience
LIST OF AQENCIES
Branch offices are located la every
part of the city. Leave your WANT
ADS with the one nearest you. The
rates are the tame and you will save
trip to the main office.
SOUTH OF MAIN
Bruenlng ft Elckhorn, 13th and S. E.
A..W. Bltckwedel, 8th and South F.
Henry Rothert, 6th and South II.
NORTH OP MAIN
QuIgleVTh-ug Store. 821 North E.
Child ft Son. 18th and North C.
Win. Hlegcr, 14th and North O.
John J. Gets. 10th and North 1L
CENTRAL
Qulgley Drug Store, 4th and Main
' WIST RICHMOND
John RKlsr, Richmond Ave; and North
Wes First St.
Geo.' If. Shofer. 3rd and W. Main.
FAIR view
J. J. Mulligan. 1093 Sheridan.
RATES
One cent per word 7 days for the
price of B days. We ctfarge advertise
menu sent In by , phone and collect
after Insertion. . ,
WANTED
ALL UNION CARPENTERS are ex
pected to be at the hall sometime
Sunday between 9 and 5. Ora Har
rell. Secretary- 18-2t
WANTED Men to learn the barber
trade, Few weeks completes. Time
saved by ' steady practice, careful
Instructors and demonstrations.
Tools given, diplomas granted.
, Wages Saturdays. Splendid da
mand for graduates. Write today.
Moler Barber College, Cincinnati.
a ' . - ' 1 :.. A. . ' . t - l-6t
WANTED Immediately; housekeep
er; call at 413 8. 14th. ' 19-zt
WANTED Washings to do. - Mrs.
Borton. 233 Maple 8t. 20-2t
MEN WANTED To protect them
selves and families by getting a
policy In the Worklngmen's Mutual
Protective Association. Pays you
when laid off by sickness or acci
dent . Ask me. Phone 1589. W. G.
McVay, 16 Odd Fellows Bldg. 20-1 1
WANTED Immediately, experienced
housekeeper; 1216 South B St
. . vy 20-2t
HEN We, will mail on trial a full
dollar box of Bid's Nerve Tablets.
They act on the system like "Steam
or .' acta on an engine," giving
Health, Strength, Vim, Vigor and
Vitality or cost nothing. Send no
money, just name and address.
. Blel Mfg. Co., Dept C. 146, Denver,
Col. . 20-27
WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose, 70 per
cent profit Make $20 dally. Full
or part time. Beginners Investigate.
Strong Knit Box 4029, West Phila
delphia, Pa. " 20-1 1
WATftEDV-Copy dated Oct 7, of Pal
ladlum Leave at Palladium office.
. ' 19-tf
WANTEbMagcFlalter7wllfpay
full price for second hand one. Call
Palladium office. tf
WANTED Two downstairs rooms
for light, housekeeping. 1514 North
A street 11-14
Disease and Death in October
4The bulletin of the State Board of
Health for the month of October Just
Issued says: In October there was an
Increase In the number of deaths and
an Increase in sickness over the cor
responding month last year. Typhoid
fever was, reported the most preva
lent disease.-The .Ignorance which
permits cholera. Is no worse than the
Ignorance which permits typhoid
fever. Order of disease prevalent:
Typhoid fever, tonsllltis. bronchitis,
rheumatism, diphtheria and croup, scar
let fever, tuberculosis, put influenza,
dlarrohea. malarle fever broncho pneu
monia, dysentery. Intemlt and romlt
fever, tuberculosis, other forms, cho
lera morbus, measets, pneumonia, lo
bar, cholera Infantum. whooqlng
cough, lnflm of bowels, chlckenpox.
erysipelas, cerebrospinal menlgitls,
smallpox, poliomyelitis, puehperal
fever. ... -
Deaths The deaths numbered 2,761.
rate 11.5. In same month last year 2.
674 deaths, rate 11.3. There were 500
deaths under 1 year of age, or 18.1 per
cent of the total. 754 death, 5 years
and over, or 27.3 of the total. Tuber
culosis caused 826 . deaths, over ten
' each day. , Typhoid caused 159 death;
diphtheria 51; scarlet fever 11; mea
sles S; whooping-cough 27; pneumonia
14$; diarrhoea! diseases 189, cerebro
spinal menlgitls 9; lnflutnsa 8; puerpe
ral feter 14; cancer 148; violence 182;
lnaUU paralysis 11. Cancer la In
creasing. It was hoped that Infantile paralysis
would not appear In Indiana, but "It
" has eons with a vengeance. It has
fecsa resorted In ths foUowlnj
WANTED Piano pupils by a former
student of the music department at
Earlham College. Terms reasona
ble. Phone 1874 or call at 1417
North C street. 5-tf
WANTED Pin boys; must bo six
teen. City Bowling Alley. 23-tf
WANTED I lot air furnace. Phone
2370. Mf
WANTED To buy gents' suits and ov
ercoats. J. M. Lacy, Pawn Broker.
oct 24-lmo
WANTjuo To repair your baby cabs.
furniture, bicycles and all kinds of
repair work. We also do picture
fremiti Brown ft Darnell, 1022
Main Phone 1936. 18-tf
WANTED If you want money In
place of your city property or farm,
gc right to Porterfleld's Real Es
tate office, Kelley Block, th and
Main. 14-tf
WANTED You to go to Murray Bil
liard parlors for recreaticn. 12-tf
FOR SALE
FOR SALE B. P. Rock Cockerels;
large, growtby, of the beat strains.
M. D. Doddridge, It 12, Centerville,
Ind. Phone 72A. sat-mon-wed-sat
FOR SALE Horse and buggy. Box
66. Webster. 18-7t
FOR SALE Artificial gas range and
mantel cabinet. Call 202 North 8th
street Phone 2031. 18-tf
FOR SALE Turkeys - and chickens,
dressed or alive. Broilers, roasters
or frys. Mrs. S. P. Pike, Center
ville. Indiana. 18-7t
FOR SALE Gray mare cheap. Call
at 207 National ave. ' ' 20-3t
FOR 8ALE Fresh Jersey cow. Phone
23A. 17-4t
FOR SALE Chickens for Thanks
giving; alive or dressed. F. W.
Meyer's Egg Farm. Phone 5147G.
' ' 15-7t
FOR SALE Furniture . at 230, N.
19th. 17-7t
FOR SALE Hot air .furnace In good
condition, 32 North 10th St. 17-7t
BEN SANDFORD makes post cards.
" Drop a card or call; work done at
your home. ' 75c per dozen. 900
Sheridan St. 17-7t
Choice Duroc brood sows, yearling
male. While ' Leghorn cockrels.
Commons, Webster. 5144C. 15-4t
FOR SALE Sugar wood. 1102 Sherl
. dan street. 15-7t.
FOR SALE Mantle cabinet with four
nrencn piate mirrors, mono Z3ui.
Call 202 N. 8tb. . . 22-tf
FOR SALE 18-in block wood deliver
ed any part of the city. Phone 4103.
22-tf
FOR SALE New suburban residence
cheap. "Shorty," care Palladium.
19-7t
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Front flat furnished for
housekeeping. 415 Main. 19-3t
FOR RENT A five room house; call
600 South 13th street 19-2t
FOR RENT 6 room flat electric
light and bath, cor. 5th and S. A St
See A. N. Gregg. Hoosler store. 20-tf
FOR RENT Place suitable for gro
cery or small business. Inquire
Room 34 Kelly Building. 20-7t
FORREN"TliousTNoTl4 South 18th!
Call 1SH South 8th St It
FOR RENT Modern 8 room cottage,
143 School St. Inquire 41 North 6th
St Phone 2083. 19-3t
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. 27 North 11th St 19-2t
FOR RENT New bouse on National
avenue, between 4 th and 5th. Mod
ern, except furnace. Inquire 414
Lincoln street. 18-7t
ties:- Cass. Elkhart Grant, Hunting
ton, Mianl, Pulaski. Stark. ' Steuben,
Tippecanoe. St. Joseph,, Allen. Benton,
Jay, Wayne. Brown and Carroll. The
only phophylaxls for this disease is to
keep children in as good health as pos
sible. Their food , must . be plain.
Cheap candles -and all-day-suckers
must be avoided for they disturb the
stomach. Give the child plain foods
with fruits and vegetables. Cut down
meat fully one half. Milk, fruits, well
baked bread and eggs, rice and homi
ny will preserve the strength and
health of any child. They must sleep
In well ventilated bedrooms, go to
school lu well ventilated school
rooms and have a full measure of out
door life. Regular hours, plenty of
sleep and cleanliness of body.
What modest rabbit once It has
? evolved Into a muff, contents Itself.
nowadays, with a solitary tail? Its
own and three or four alien produc
tions are required to give cachet to the
creation. When the head of the beast
la too large for decoration It is 'cus
tomary to out-nature and Invent one.
London Graphic
He Likes CalPs Head.
In a paper published in St. Ger
main. France, there recently appeared
this advertisement: "Gentleman, sin
gle, great lover of calf's head, but un
able to obtain .less than si whole one.
which It Is Impossible for him to con
sume by himself, desires to find one
or more associates who would share a
calTa head . with him three times s
WANT AD
LETTER LIST
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. Mail at this office up to
12 noon today as follows:
M. M 1
Johnson 2
H. R. 1
No. 342 1
C E. S. .... 2
Mall will be kept for 3 aays only.
All mall not called for within that
lime will be cast out
FOR RENT For light housekeeping
three rooms, with bath, 222 North
12th 18-3t
FOR RENT 8 room brick. . modern
improvements, barn; 618; 423 S.
12th St. Inquire first door north.
16-7t
FOR RENT Goor six room house.
Thompson Agency, 710 Main. 15-7t
FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished for
. light housekeeping, with light,
bath, heat Call 131 Richmond
. avenue. , tf
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms.
Phone 3125. . 14-7t
FOR RENT 2 7 room new, modern
houses Southwest cor. 1st and W.
Pearl. Phone 2477, 204 S. 12th.
14-tf
FOR RENT 6 room house, all mod
ern conveniences. 220 North 12th.
Inquire at 216 North 12. 12-tf
FOR RENT OR SALE 7 room brick
house, 631 South 8th St Phone
. 1466. 9-tf
FOR RENT Good fall pasture. Phone
1872. Call 611 Main. 26-tf
FOR RENT A new three roomoa flat,
furvlshed for light housekeeping;
105 N. 4th St Phone 1612. 2? f
FOR. SALE REAL
ESTATE
FOR SALE
Richmond property a- specialty.
Porterfleld, Kelly Blk.. 8th and
Main. sept3-tf
FOR SALE Five room house with
bath and. electric light Both kinds
of water and gas, at 214 North 17th
street. Phone 1077 or 2264. 15-7t
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 St. 15-tf
The Oinily Cheap Thimig About Am Auto
-' Is The Wind In The Tires'
A 10 per cent investment; less than
$2,000; a business room; a bargain;
rented cheap and well located. Resi
dence flat on second floor.
A good, substantial 8-room house,
west of 17th St., south of N. E., $1,900.
And a good 5-room house for $1,800.
A very nice' 2-acre place, adjoining
corporation, 6-room cottage, fruit,
barn, In fact a cozy place, $2,000.
P. S. Please answer by return
MASONIC CALENDAR
Tuesday, Nov. 22 Richmond Lodge
No. 196 F. and A. M. Called meeting.
Work In Masters' degree. Refresh
ments. Wednesday, Nov. 23-r-Webb Lodge
No. 24 F. and A. M. Called meeting.
Work In Masters degree. , Refresh
ments. Friday, Nov. 25 King Solomons's
Chapter Nq. 4 R. A. M. Special meet
ing. Work in Royal Arch degree. Re
freshments. LORD MINTO IS TO
LEAVE INDIA SOON
(American Nw Service.)
Calcutta. Nov. 19. Notwithstanding
the undeniable state of unrest preval
ent among the masses of Indian at the
present time, the near approach of the
date fixed for the Earl of Minto to
relinquish his office of viceroy has
; brought forth many, popular expres
sions of appreciation of his services
i and regrets at his departure. Lord
!t4sm1!nra nf fnhnret the n lrlfB.
roy, is expected to reach Calcutta on
Monday. Lord Minto will make over
the seals of the office on the follow
ing day, and with Lady Minto and
Lady Eileen Elliot will leave tor Eng
land immediately afterwards.
TO HOLD JUBILEE
- Detroit Mich., Nov. 19. A notable
observance of the fiftieth anniversary
of the United Missionary Societies
of Michigan was opened In Detroit to
day. Delegates from all parts of the
stats are taking part In the celebra
tion, which win continue over Sunday
sadUondaJi t
FOR SALE A farm of 160
acres, about 30 acres, wood
land, situated Vz miles
southeast of Williamsburg,
Indiana; a good 2-story
brick house, wood house,
large barn, buggy shed, tool
house, corn cribs, etc.; two
, good springs, 175 foot well,
with wind mill, piping and
tank, complete. Terms
reasonable. Asher Pearce,
Williamsburg, Ind. 2-2t
FOR 5AI.E Small, well Improved su
burban premises; well fruited, good
house and barn: other outbuildings:
an Ideal little home tor the retired
farmer, or city man seeking a su
burban home. Price 64.000. Apply
to The J. E M- Agency, over 6
North Seventh street. sept 1-tf
FOR SALE 8 room house, southeast
corner Sherman and Boyer street
"Price $850. Rents for $13 per
month. Must be sold. Phone 2177.
201 S. 12th. 14-tf
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. S2S Main. 5-tf
FOR SALE
120 acres, well Improved, well located,
good producing soil; take some city
property; 40 acres improved, well lo
cated; 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
Main Street
A 40-acre farm, Improved, and all
nice tilling land, 6 miles out Will
take some trade, $4,000.
A 42-acre th nice tilling land, bal
ance good pasture, some timber, im
proved, spring in pasture, 2 miles
out; $3,200; cash, balance 6 per
cent (
The next cheap thing about
the AUTO i6 the man that
mortgages his home to buy
one.
SAM MORGAN' EIGHTH AND NORTH' E
mail, as I have been exposed to the
City Statistics
PIXNEPPEL Mary Ellen Pinnep
pel, wife of William Pinneppel. 206
South Second street, died at 7:00
o'clock last evening, aged 72 years.
She was a member of St. John's Lu
theran church. Funeral arrangements
announced later. Friends may call
Monday afternoon and evening.
It is said that kerosene or Illumi
nating oil is rapidly becoming a mere
by-product; the profits are made on
the gasoline and the fuel oils. Both
of these find an ever and rapidly en
larging market; fuel oil especially will
have an enormous field of employment
in the railways, the navies and the
mercantile fleets of the world.
A HOCKEY LEAGUE
Toronto, Ont-. Nov. 19. The annual
meeting of the Ontario Hockey Asso
ciation was held this morning with a
full representation of all clubs. Pres
ident Duff of Welland, and all other
officers were re-elected without op
position. The members are looking
forward to the most successful season
in the history of the association.
The annual report of the Belgian ,
Congo shows that the region contains
st present 3,400 whites, of whom two
thousand are Belgians. 320 English-'
men and sixty Germans. The native!
police force consists of 16,400 men. j
FOR SALE or trad tor Richmond
property, two modern bouses In fine
location In Indianapolis, very at
tractive. Address P. G. box 67, Rich
mond. Indiana. Jlytf
FOR SALE Six room bouse witc
bath, furnace and electric light
12.300.00. Phone 1522. 17-tf
Ora
To
Richmond!
You will buy this on sight if
wanting 60 acres of land. No
waste or rough land. It is ex-
tra good soil. New house.
All conveniences. Apply at
Jo Eo M
Agency
Over 6 North
7th Street
. SEE MORGAN -
for Real Estate In all Its phases and
local Information office. '8th and
North E Sta. 16-tf
BUSINESS CLASSIFIED
UPHOLSTERING.
Fancy repairing and refinishing,
feathers washed. Orders promptly
attended to. Call phone 2559. l5-7t
RESTAURANT.
The best meals are gotten at Profit's.
14S. Eighth struet
Why can't I sell you a nice, new 6
room house, full lot, for $1,450? Will
rent for $12.50.
A nice, cozy, new 4-roonv house for
$950. Rents for $$ per month.
Or a new 5-room, a Buckdinger.
Both cement walks, cellar, cistern, wa
ter works, wood house; all new; no
bugs. Think of It $2,000, $500 cash,
balance $16 2-3: block citg. car. in
the city, south.
mumps.
CANADIAN PREMIER
OBSERVES BIRTHDAY
Ottawa, Ont, Nov. 19. Sir Wilfred
Laurier, the Canadian Premier, will
tomorrow enter upon his seventieth
year. Many of his friends and Col
by offering him their hearty congrat
ulations today. Sir Wilfred is In .ex
cellent health, although It is now al
most forty years since he entered pub
lic life as a member of the Quebec
Assembly and fourteen years since he
took the reins of Canadian- govern
ment at a most critical time.
The Kaiser is master of five lan
guages besides his own.
The Flower Shop
1915 tlalo SL Pbeae 1MJ
THE RAPHAEL
HOUSE SERIES of
PRIVATE
XMAS GREETING
CARDS
with your own name engraved
on same now on sale at
Nicholson's Book She?
No crders taken after Dec 5th.
Last year many- gave orders
too late. V - "i
STORAGE.
Don't forget Atkinson and his tire-
proof building when you want to
store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th
and Main street. iUr.tsf
ART STORE.
Fancy work and home baking. Han
er a Art Store. 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180,
FOR SALE
Richmond property a specialty. For
' tcrfleld. Kelly Blk, Sth ft Main.
AugS-tf
LOST
LOST English terrier; an
swers to Rex. Lump on
hind leg. Reward. 121 S.
Sth.
20-lt
LOST Cult dog. Pure .white; has
collar with blank name plate. Find
er leave at 126 South 6th street and
receive reward.
FOUND
FOUND Eleven bead of Sheep. Call
phone 1235. 19-2t
MISCELLANEOUS
No hunting "on the' faTm near Mid dle
borough, occupied by Ed Glunt
19-7t
THE NEW UPHOLSTER Is here and
ready for business, and Mr. W. B.
Thome will be glad t o see any one
In regard to their furniture or any
thing pertaining to upholstery. I
am located with Lott and Klnley,
924 Main street. Phone 1633.
lllOt
PATENTS procured, also sold , on
commission. Positively no advance
fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build
ing, Washington. D. C. - may22-tf
HAIR weaving, manicuring, face mas
sage and scalp treatment Shampoo
injt 35c Open of evenings till 8
o'clock. Miss Steward. 16 South
Sixth. - tnay25-6mo
NO HUNTING allowed on the Leeds
Farm. , 10-tf
FINE HORSES Like people, die
. Therefore. It you have any valuable
ones. Insure them . against , death
from any cause. For particulars call
on or 'phone Dougan ft Co., Room L
I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf
More coal is mined a person employ
ed in the United States than in any
other nation, with Australia ranknlg
next.
An 8-room house. $1,850.
A 6-room brick, with bath, $2,200.
A 7-room house, $1,900. -
All central. '
A cheap lot to trade for rental; give
cash difference.
A good grocery for real estate, give
or take. Invoice near $2,500. -
. I've got $500 to loan.
' Respectfully yours,
DorofT -
FORGET
That NOW is the time to pro
tect yourself against loss by
WINDSTORMS. Costs but little.
DOUGAN & CO,
Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg.
Phons 1330.
aJEWELRYe
Little luxuries priced as low as
If they were necessities.' Every
article of the same fine quality
as has characterised our store
ever since we began. -
Christmas Jewelry
is ready is already selling and
our plain figure price tags are
'greatly appreciated by every
purchaser.
See the new things in our win
dow. t
Jeweler, 526 Main .
Repairing and Engraving Care
fully Done. .
i!weir Syrap
saw
m ram. mi cafnBiK i
Pepsia H positively Kmmnt
A pracUcal and neat school frock.
Bloomer dresses are a boon to moth
ers and a comfort to growing girls.
For play or school there Is nothing
more desirable, for a dress of this
kind may be worn without any petti
coats.- . Galatea," ' gingham, percale,
chambrey. cashmere, or henrletta may
be used for the dress, with sateen or
mohair for the bloomers If the dresa
is made of woolen goods, or, It made
of wash fabrics the .bloomers may bo
of the same material. , The pattern la
cut in 4 sites: 4, 6, 8, 10 years. It
requires 7 yards of 36 Inch mater
ial for the 6 year site. The bloomer
require 1 yards. A pattern of this
Illustration mailed to any address on
receipt of 10c In silver or stamps.
Name
Address
Size
a
(Fill out Blanka in pencil and send to
Pattern Dept., Richmond Palladium.)
MEERH0FF he Plumber
will answer your sails for
PLUMBING, HEATING
, and I iftUTirm . -
4 Phone 1436.
No. 0 . tth
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mcnuoND FEED
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Trains leave Richmond for Indian
apolis . and Intermediate stations st
G.00 A.M.; 7:2$: t:0: 9:25; 10:6f;
11:00; 12:00; 1:00; :25; t:00; 4: Or
5:25; 6:00; 7:30; $:40; 9:40; 19:6:
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Limited Trains.
Last Car to Induuusotts, t:40 P. U.
Last Car to New Castle. 10:00 P. M.
Trains connect st Indianapolis for
Lafayette. Frankfort CrawfordsvUle,
Terre Haute. Clinton, full! van. Ms
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