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Branch ' Off Ices
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.
1 cent per word. .7 days far the
price of 5 days.
We charge advertisements sent in
by phone and collected for
after its insertion.
Waet Ado
Col am os
Paper la all part the - States and
Canada. Yonr wanta aapplied MjirheT, soy
time by the beet metime in the country.
Get our membership liate -Check papers
ymt vast, ffi do the reaU
VubMaher Claaaified Advertleinr A satia
tion, Buffalo, H. Y.
For Yomr Comi'
Branch office are located In every
part of the city. Leave your WANT
ADS with the one nearest you. The
ratea are the name and you will nave
a trip to the main office.
Eruening & Elckhorn, 12th and S. E.
A. W. Dllckwedel. 8th and South F.
Henry Itothcrt, 5th and South H.
Qui (ley Drug Store, 821 North E.
Chllds Son. 18th and North C.
Wm. Hleger. 14th and North 0.
John J. Geti, 10th and North H.
Qulgley Drug Store, 4th and Main
John Fouler, Richmond Ave. and North
West First St,
Geo. II. Shofer, 3rd and W. Main.
J. J. Mulligan, 1093 Sheridan..
One cent per word 7 days for the
price of S daya. We charge advertise
m?nts sent in by phone and collect
after its Insertion.
WANTED Experienced housekeeper,
family of three. Steady employ
ment. Call or address, Frazier,
Centervllle. - . . 29-4t
NVANtEDWork with a progressive
farmer. E. J. O., 770 National Road
' west. : Richmond. . 29-2t
NVANtESwiihings. liriOitirsC
' 29-5t
WANTED To buy post card rack?
Dickinson Pharmacy. . . ? 29-2t
WANTED Wagon work of any de
scrlptlon. Address 23 S. W. 2nd
street. .- ' 28-2 1
WANTED Day work by women. 40
Fort Wayne avenue 28-2t
wXnTED Young man to work in
grocery. State age. X. Y. Z.. Pall.
WANTED Boy about eighteen years
Old to drive delivery wagon. X. Y.
Z., Pall.
News From Surrounding Towns
Milton, Ind., Nov. 29.-rMr. and Mrs.
Theo. Crist were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Alonso Wallace, or Connersville,
Sunday. .
That Christmas Is near at hand Is
evidenced by the nice line of Christ
mas postcards shown by Mr. Parkins
at the drug store. . , ;
Mr. I and Mrs. Virgil Newman of
Cambridge City spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. E. B. Newman.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson, of south of
town had as their company at dinner,
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ft W. Warren
and son.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Beeson and Dr.
and Mrs. Chas, Knlese formed a com
pany with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Florea,
south of town, Sunday.. .
Miss Hazel Wagner of Doddridge
was shopping at Richmond, Saturday,
and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Doddridge, Sunday.
Frank Morris made a business trip
to Richmond. Saturday.
Raymond Bryant and brother, Jsaac
Bryant spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Qulncy Bryant, near Alpine.
Miss Blanche Moore returned to
Terre Haute to resume her studies at
the 8tate Normal. -
Miss Pearl Thornburg returned to
Karlham to resume her studies.
The late Frank Whlttaker, whose
funeral was held at his home in Ham
ilton, Ohio, Sunday was a relative of
Mrs. Emily Williams, of Milton.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ferris enter
tained as company at a turkey dinner
Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Howard White
ly and family. Carl Whltely and Miss
Meba Ohmit of Cambridge City. Mr.
and Mrs. Porter Myers, Mrs. Laura
Myers, of Bentonvllle. Mr. and Mrs.
Cyrus Whltely and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Park Thornburg and daughter.
Mrs. Barbara Ferris, Paul Ferris and
Miss Hasel Wagner. Mr. and Mrs, Roy
Mills and son of Straughns, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Ferris and son.
Harrison Hicks has finished gather
ing corn. He had one field of twenty
acres that made sixty bushels to the
acre. His entire harvest made fifty
five bushels to the acre. He had 70
The funeral services of the late
Mrs. Mary J. Booth were conducted
at the late residence yesterday after
noon In the presence of a concourse of
relatives, friends and neighbors. The
Rev. E. K. Van Winkle opened with
scripture reading and prayer and the
Rev. C. 1L Plnnlck closed, with the
reading of the obituary and prayer.
The music composed of three songs
was furnished by Messrs. Harry Doty
aad Harold Hoshour, and Mesdames
C H. Plnnlck and Wilbur Elwell.
There were a number of beauUtul
Csral dealsu la tribute of respect
WANTED To exchange millinery for
3 trading stamp books. XX, care
Palladium. 27-3t
WATJTEDGirl for general housework
20 S. 11th St. 27-3t
WANTED Position by bookkeeper
and office man; will combine office
and other work if desired. Address
Competent, care Palladium. 27-7t
WANTED Malehelp ; earn$20 week"
ly, spare time mailing circulars. Cut
rate groceries. Sample case free.
Starr Mercantile Co., Toledo. Ohio.
WANTED Two furnished roome for
light housekeeping. Address 615
South B. 26-7t
WANTED To buy or trade for
Brownie Stereo camera. See Bo
lander, Dal bey's studio. Phone 2018.
WANTED Shoes repaired. A. J. Ford.
Cunningham Shoe store. Men's
sewed soles 75c; ladles sewed soles,
50 cents. m
WANTED A good honest sober man
for night watchman and janitor work.
Good references required. Address
Night Watchman. Palladium office.
WANTED If you want mouey In
pip of your city property or farm,
gt right to Porterfield's Real Ea
rn i office, Kelley Block. th and
M-ln. 14 tf
WANTED Position as manager or
foreman on first class dairy ranch;
don't answer unless you want a
man who Is thoroughly up to date in
every branch of the business. Wm.
R. Black, care Palladium. 24-7t
WANTE D-Plano 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
W ANTED You to gu to Murray fill-
I lard parlors for recreatica.
WANTED Hot air furnace. Phone
2370. 9-tf
WANTED Pin boys; must bo six
teen. City Bowling Alley. 23-tf
WANTED To repair your baby cabs,
furniture, bicycles and all kinds of
repair work. We also do -picture
frsmh.a Brown ft Darnell. 1022
Ma" "bone 1936. 18-tf
WANTED Magic Plaiter. Will pay
full price for second hand one. Call
Palladium office. tf
FOR SALE Two seated, " steel tired
surrey in good condition. Call at
153 Richmond ave. or Phone 3276.
i ' . ' 29-tf
FOR SALE Bennett Portable type
writer. Call phone 4062.
The services concluded at the home
the body, followed by a few relaUves
and friends was taken to Valley Grove
four miles south of town for burial..
The Rev. C. H. Plnnlck preached
good sermons at the , M. E. church
Sunday. The morning sermon - was
based on the theme "Room for the
Soul." Man is cramped into narrow
quarters while In sin, but as a Chris
tian man, his soul has freedom and
room. The sermon In the evening was
"Nehemlah the Layman," showing
the faithful work that Nehemlah did
and that he became an example for
the laymen of the church of today.
Miss Marie Elwell entertained her
friends Miss Eula Faucett Miss Eu
nice McClung, Miss Blanche Moore,
Miss Alraa Wagner and Miss Jessie
Lants Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wallenkamp and
family of Indianapolis spent over Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Murley.
Hagerstown, Ind., Nov. 29. Mrs.
Ida Plummer was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Ginther at Dayton over
Sunday. .
Mrs. Daisy SDencer of Indiananolia
! came Saturday evening to spend sev
eral days with her mother, Mrs. Wil
liam Davis, who is very sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Deering return
ed to Centerville Saturday evening
after a visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoneclpber have
taken their residence for the winter
with Mr. John Harris whose wife was
recently deceased.
Miss Leona Halderman of Cincin
nati spent a part of last week here.
Mrs. Martha Bowman of Richmond
has been visiting with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Demp Coryell and
baby of Richmond have been visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Rhodes Stewart
Clyde Geisler of Indianapolis was
the guest Saturday night and Sunday
of his grandparents, John Geisler, Sr,
and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cain enter
tained thirty-five relatives and friends
on Thanksgiving day at their home
southeast of Hagerstown.
Mrs. Mary Jane Jordan and her son
Frank Jordan of Fort Scott. Kan,
have been visiting friends and rela
Uves here. Mr. Jordan has returned
but his mother remained for a longer
Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Jones enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Teetor at tea
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Teetor enter
tained the members of the Teetor or
chestra Friday evening in honor of
their guest. . Mrs. Teetorg - mother.
Want ad
The following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ads. received at this of
flee. 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:
D 1 B .. .
Night Watch- House
man 22
Mail will be kept for Z'j aays only.
AH mail not cal'ed for witLln that
lime will be cast out
FOR SALE Good black overcoat and
suit of clothes, size 38, cheap. Il4
North 19th. 28-2t
FOR SALE At a bargain, buggies and
spring wagons at Newbern's Bhop,
4th and N. A. Phone 1612. 28-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, storm bug
gy, buggies and spring wagons, at
Rigsby barn, 14-16 North 6th street.
FOR SALE New rentals for invest
ment, netting 8. Box 100, City.
FOR SALE Draughtsman's protrac
tor, cost 6.50; sell for half. One
slide rule, one set of draughtsman's
tools. Call 32 North 10th. 2412t
FOR SALE Cheap, a fine player pia
no. 732 North 10th street Phone
3494. 24-7t
FOR SALE Well equipped poultry
ranch in the Ozarks. Splen
did opportunity for fruit and poul
try. Address B. D., care Palladium.
, 23-7t
FOR SALE $125 piano
check, will sell for $10.
Address -X Z. care Palla
dium, tf
Choice Duroc brood sows, yearling
male. White Leghorn cockrels.
Commons, Webster, 514 4C 15-tf
TOR, 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.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, light heat and
bath. Call 615 S. B. 29-7t
Mrs.Current, and the Misses Goldie
and Mable Barr of Blountsville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones had as
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Morris of Mt. Auburn, Mr. and
Mrs. Jyle Jones and children of 'near
Mlllville. Orville Mason and Mr and
Mrs. Oscar Jones. "
Mrs. Phoebe Rlnehart entertained
Mr. and Mrs. George Ulrlch arid Vlr.
and Mrs. George Monroe Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worl
near Mlllville, a son, first child after
having been wedded for twelve years.
The little fellow has been named
John Warren Worl.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Teetor 6pent
the day Sunday with her parent si " Mr.
and Mrs. Brower at Losantvllle.'" .
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Dougan' of
Richmond were recent guests of Mr.
Alf Halderman. 1.1
Ray Teetor returned to -his duties
as school teacher near Muncie "Sun
day after . spending the Thanksgiving
holidays here. Mr. Teetor is a mem-
i ber of the Teetor orchestra.
Mrs. Daniel Bowman entertained
quite a large number of relatives and
friends at a dinner on the 25th In
honor of the birthday of her sister,
Mrs. Jacob Gordon of Oklahoma.
Frederick Stolz and family enter
tained on Friday Miss Florence Bell,
Miss Maud Lee and Mrs. Sara Binkley.
The baby daughter, Carolyn of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Geisler has been hav
ing an attack of croup but is im
proved. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Dilling and
daughter Olive. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Stout and son Clarence, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Replogle and Lenora Lee and
Mr. Dave Hoover were guests at din
ner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William
Werking and family west of town.
Mrs. Amanda Stamm visited with
Mrs. Deborah Forest on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pipher of Indiana
polls were recent guests of his father
Peter Pipher.
Cambridge. City, Ind, Nov. 29. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Mathews have returned
to Dayton, after a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Lee DeHays, and other relaUves.
Miss Minnie Marts of Indianapolis
is a visitor in the home of her sister,
Mrs. Andrew Allen.
Miss Maurine Griffith has returned
to Muncie after a few days spent with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M arson.
Russell Henby spent a portion of
the past week in Carthage In the tran
saction of business.
. Miss Mabel Strawn has resigned her
position as primary teacher in the
New Lisbon schools, on account of ill
health. Miss Strawn has been an ex
cellent teacher and much regret is ex
pressed on account of the step which
she has been compelled to take. It
is hoped that the winter's rest may
restore her to health.
Rev. W. Aj Mitchell of Carthage
FOR RENT Stable. Inquire 220 N.
12th. 29-7t
FOR RENT Space in store room.
Best location in the city. Address
P.. care Pall. 28-2t
FOR RENT OR SALE On easy pay
ments, 6 room house in Benton
Heights. Benj. F. Harris. 2S-3t
FORRENT Furnished front room;
hot water heat 46 S. 11th street.
FOR RENT Good 6 room house with
bath. 209 W. Pearl. Phone 2477.
2X4 South 12th. 2S-tf
Ft!)RRTSNT3furnished rooms with
heat; 209 South Ninth. 24-7t
RTU3NfOR SALE 7 room brick
house, 631 South 8th St. Phone
1466. 9-tf
FOR RENT Furnished room, electric
light and bath. 415 North 17th.
Phone 2920. 21-7t
FOR RENT 5 room flat electric
i light and bath, cor. 5th and S. A St.
j See A. N. Gregg, Hoosier store. 20-tf
FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished for
light housekeeping, with light,
bath, beat Call 131 Richmond
avenue. . tf
, FOR RENT a furnished rooms with
heat 209 South 9th street 24-7t
j FOR RENT Office room,
I Theater Bldg.
FOR RENT Good fall pasture. Phone
1872. Call 611 Main. 26-tf
! FOR RENT A new three roooica flat
furriEbed for light housekeeping,
105 N. 4th St Phone 1612. 2C f
Richmond property a specialty.
Porterfield, Kelly Blk.. 8th and
Main. sept3-tf
FOR SALE I have a number of Im
proved, well located farms, any size
you may want, at very reasonable
prices. Some will take in city
property. I have some splendid in
vestments in city property and lots
located on almost any street in the
city. Kauffman over 828 Main.
Phone. 2394. . , 26-tf
FOR SALE Small, well Improved 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 s':reet sept 1-tf
FOR SALE or trade tor Richmond
property, two modern houses in fine
''location In ' Indianapolis, ' very at
tractive. Address P. C. box 67, Rich
mond, Indiana. Jly9-tf
occupied the pulpit at the A. M. E.
church Sunday preaching from the
text "Walk in the Light" to a good
Miss Margaret' ShutUe worth has ac
cepted a position with a Dayton mil
linery firm for the coming season.
Mrs. Everett Fay of Indianapolis, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Ingerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers were
entertained at dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. David Harter Thanks
giving day. '
Mrs. Sadie Dimmick of Indianap
olis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Martz, and other relatives in Cam
bridge City.
Mrs. Taylor and daughter of Eaton,
O., are visiting in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Steele.
Quite a little excitement was creat
ed in and about Cambridge City the
past week by the report of a discov
ery In a truck patch on the Allison
farm of what purported to be a sack
of silverware, Jewelry, etc., but later
developments indicate that but little
importance' is to be attached to the
find, as the articles were found to
be of little value, consisting of some
earthenware pitchers, cheap Jewelry,
and a few minor articles. The only
mystery in he case is why should ar
ticles of such a nature have been con
cealed in such a place?
Mrs. Carrie Croker of Richmond is
the guest of Mrs. J. Q Cannon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Matthews of Day
ton, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Harmel Sunday.
Mrs. Hester Swiggett one of the
old and well known residents of Cam
bridge City, died Monday noon, at the
home of her grand daughter, Mrs.
Virginia Clypool Miller of Muncie,
to whom she has been making a visit
Her death was due to pneumonia.
Four children survive her: Waltlr, of
Aeheville, J.. C; Carl, of Porto Rico;
Prof. Glen Swiggett of Suwanee,
Tenn.; and" Mrs. Frank Claypool. of
Muncie. The remains will be brought
to Cambridge City for interment The
funeral arrangements have not as yet
been made.
Mrs. H. S. Beard has been quite sick
for the past few days.
Mrs. George Hormel is on the sick
Economy, Ind, Nov. 29. Mrs. Ray
Swallow has been very ill the past few
days, but is now recovering rapidly.
Cy Gwin, 84, is as nimble as a
youth of 17. when handling a gun.
Saturday afternoon Mr. Gwin was out
rabbit hunting and he made three
straight shots while the bunnies were
in motion and never missed a shot,
killing three.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Duesondschon
and three sons, who have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flem
ing and daughters from Wednesday
Good house of 6 rooms, rent
ing for $10 per month, 45 foot
lot. Price $1,000.
In good location, 6 room
house, electric light, in good
repair. Price $1,700.
70 acre farm, 6 room house,
fair barn, good soil, on good
pike. Price low.
Joho E. Peltz
Real Estate and All Kinds of
Phone 1332. 626 Main St.
for Real Estate In all its phases and
local Information office. 8th and
North E St3. 16-tf
FOR SALE Six room bouse wltt
bath, furnace and t lft c trie light,
f2.300.00. hone 1522. 17-tf
Charles D. Shidler, Real Estate, Fire
Insurance, Loans, Rentals. 913 Main
St. Phone 1814.
The best meals are gotten at Profit's
1 1 S. Eighth strset
Don't forget Atkinson and his fire
proof building when you want to
store furniture. Phone 1945. 4th
and Main street JuneJ8-tf
Fancy work and home baking. Hatt
er's Art Store, 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180.
evening until Saturday evening left
for New Castle to visit over Sunday.
From there they went to Indianapolis
on Monday morning.
Mrs. Lamb and daughter, Ida Lamb
entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Lamb and children.
Joseph Morrison has been very bad
with neuralgia of the stomach for the
past several days. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hiatt Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Shively and daughter Mar
garet, returned from Indianapolis on
Friday evening.
A. N. Chamness of West River had a
two acre patch of bottom -ground
planted in white corn this year that
averaged 126 bushels per acre. Some
of the ears were six feet from the
ground and some of the stalks were
12 to 14 feet tall. Many stalks bore
two well developed ears.
Master Irvin Hunt, son of Mrs. Hat
tie Hunt, arrived home Sunday even
ing from Modoc where he visited his
grandparents the end of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrison and
children of Carloc City, ate their Sun
day dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Morri
son of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chamness en
tertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Shively and daughter of
Bunker Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Hlatt and children of Economy.
The stork has visited Economy and
vicinity so often since the recent eleo-
tlon that names for the babies are
growing scarce and there will have
to be some names imported to supply
the demand.
The people that went to Oklahoma,
Texas, Washington, North Dakota,
Colorado. Montana, Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansas and Canada from here to
make their homes have all sent re
ports of being favorably impressed
with their new homes.
Dr. Herbert Clark, recently from
the canal zone, Panama, was the
guest of relatives here over Sunday.
He will go from her to Philadelphia
to visit former friends and relaUves,
then he win return to Panama to fill
a posiUon assigned by the gavern-
ment- -
Albert Clark has returned to Indian
apolis after a short visit with Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Clark. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pierce were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. By
ram Pierce.
Clip this Coupon and bring It to
one of the Quigley Drug Stores 4
with 10 cents and receive one set
of 25 colored view Post Cards of
Richmond. By mail 3 cents ex-
tra for postage.
Rlcfcmopd property a spettalty. Per
terfield, Kelly Blk.. Sth & Main.
LOST Brown gauntlet glove between
5th and 13th on Main, or Main and
S. C. Phone 2515. 29 2t
LOST Small flat pocket book on
Main or S. 21st St.. containing bill
and small change. Phone 3650. Re
gard. SMf
LOSfK. of P. charm in center of
city. Return to Pall. 2S-2t
LOST On 24th, a ladies' gold watch
and chain between SO S. 6th St. and
Penn. station with Marticier M. Hoi
man engraved on the inside of case;
reward. Return to Pallad'um of
fice. - 27-7t
PATENTS procured, also sold on
commission. Positively no advance
fee. Patent Exchange. Jenifer Build
ing. Washington, D. C. may22-tf
NO HUNTING allowed on the Leeds
Farm. ' 10-tf
MNE HORSES Like people, die.
Therefore, if you have any valuable
ones. Insure them against death
from any cause. For particulars call
on or 'phone Dougan & Co., Room 1,
I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf
Hop Pillows Foi Insomnia.
George III., derived great benefit
from the bop pillow prescribed for him
by Dr. Willis after other sedatives and
drugs bad failed, and a similar remedy
was eminently successful in 1871 with
his late majesty King Edward TIL.
then Prince of Wales, who was suffer
ing from typhoid fever. London Tele
graph. - ; .
Right en the Job.
A pupil bad been naughty all day,
and the teacher sent him a not or
dering him to stay after school. The
boy wrote an answer on his slate say
ing: "Dere Teacher Except the oner
with pleasure. Always keep mi en
ragements with the ladles. Will be
it the tristlng place at 4 p. m." Argo-
ftaut. . ' . ';:
HOME ON PAYMENTS New 5 room, veranda, elec
trie light, gas, 2 kinds water, sewer, cement cellar and
walks, North-east, near Glen Miller car line, 1 block.
A reliable party can pay small cash payment; balance
like rent; $15.00 monthly. Let the money you pay out
for rent buy your home.
Phone 1730. TURNER VY. HADLEY, 121 S. 13th 8t
. .- Consolation. .'
"My son." aid tue stern parent,
"when I was your age I bad no Ume
for frivolous diversions."
"Well." replied the young man. "you
didn't mias muck. Believe me. this
gay life isu't what it looks to be."
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Chicago ......... .1 t:f5p t:ll
The Flower Shap BvWk
Muncie :10j t:Si l:llp
.... . lllchmond ...... . ..('4:101 :2i 4: 4 tip
1015 Ualn St Pboae 1C33 ct orov .,:......( trofa i . ai,
Cincinnati ........ . 7:ll I 7:Ub
-West. Bound. Cincinnati-Chicago
II you wear Glasses
You ought to know how they
are made, why some give more
comfort, hold more securely,
and last longer than others. All
this we will be glad to show and
M. D. Oculist
Over 713 Main.
See the Improved
Cabinets at
Furniture Store
627-29 Main SO
Tliat'. Satisfies
Give your coal supply for this
season due consideration and
buy where you know you will
get the best
PHONE US 1235.
R. C DaUerdlek & Sen
523 South Sth St Phone 12SS
k Dainty Lingerie Combination. The
simplicity as well as the practical feat
ures of this mode) will readily appeal
to the home dressmaker. Lawn, dlmi
ty, nainsook, percale or china silk may
be used, with lace or embroidery for
decoration. The Pattern Is cut In 3
sizes small, . medium and large. It
requires 3 yds. .of 36 inch material
for the medium size. A pattern of this
illustration mailed to any address on
receipt of 10c in silver or stamps. .
Name ..............................
''- - ; '- " ? : ':t
(Fill out Blanks In pencil and send to
Pattern Dept. Richmond Palladium.)
Terre Dczle, fci!captlli
6 Etstera lYislira Co.
Trains leave Richmond for tadlatv
spoils aad intermediate stations at
6:00 A. M.i 7 25; 1:00: :; 10:00;
11:00; 12:00; 1:00; 2:U; 1:00; 4:00;
6:25; C:00; 7:30; 8:0; t:00; 10:00;
11:10. ' ,
Limited Trains.
' Last Car to iadUaasoHs. f:fr P. U
Last Car to New Castle. 10:00 P. 11
Trains connect at Indianapolis lot
Lafayette, Frankfort Cwfordsville,
Terre Haute, Clinton, Suinvaa. ifa
tlnsville. Lebanon aad Paris, m.
Tickets sold through. '
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