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TnE mcmioxD palladium and sux-telegram, Monday, December 3, 1910.
PAGE. SEVEN. 8S56 GIRL'S DRESS PALLADIUM RATES 1 cent per word. 7 days for ths price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent in by phone and collected for after its inseriisn. 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. 000 000 KNOWN VALUES Waet Ado Col Minn os rCBLiSHEBS CLASSIFIED ADYESTIS 1XQ ASSOCIATION PAPERS WE ABE MEMBERS Papers in all parts of the States and Canada. Yosjr wants supplied anywhere any time by the best mediums in the country. Get our membership lists Check papers yon want. We ,.ln the rest. VoV.iihers Classified Advert t!nr Associa tion. Bufialo, X. V. ForYoMrComi venience LIST OF AGENCIES Branch offices are located la every part of the city. Leave your AVAST AD3 with the one nearest you. The rates are the tame and you will save a trip to the main office. SOUTH OF MAIN Bruenlng Elckhorn, 13th and S. E. A. W. lillckwedel. 8th and South F. Henry Rothert, Cth and South If. NORTH OF MAIN (Julgley Drue Store. 821 North E. Child, ft Son, 18th and North C. Win. Hleger, 14th and North 0. John J. Gets. 10th and North H. . CENTRAL Quigley Drug Store, 4th and Main WEST RICHMOND John rosier, Richmond Ave. and North West First St. Geo. II. Shofer. 3rd and W. Main. FAIR VIEW J. J. Mulligan, 1093 Sheridan. RATES One cent per word 7 dayi for the price of 5 days. We charge advertise ments sent In by phone and collect after Its Insertion. WANTED WANTED A white girl to wash dishes. 28 S. 8th St. . 4-3t WANTED Personal. Stop, Look, T laas aTsk KA a. fa., I Wtl Is It Clara? Here Is a poor man, that wants a . wife. He says he means business and I am going to answer It Would you? Yes, if you do, I will. Address, V. Wilson, car Palladium. News From Surrounding Towns GItEENSFORK, IND. Greensfork, Ind., Dec. S. Miss Era tna Dean has returned to her home In Chicago after a visit with relatives ere., Samuel Turner of Fountain City, was in town on business Friday. The lecture given by Dr. Byron King Thursday evening was well at tended and thoroughly enjoyed by all. The subject was "What Fools We Mor tals Be." The fourth number of the lecture course will be given January 20. Jack Thomas of El wood, a former resident of this vicinity, has been spending a few days here. A. L, Baldwin of Webster was trans acting business here Thursday. Mrs. Maraby Bennett has gone to New Castle to take charge of the Im perial hotel. The debris of the wreck has been cleared away and the station and tele graph office are now located In the old. depot on the north side of the tarack. Hundreds of country people were In town' Wednesday to view the scene of the wreck. Ray Brlnkley of Williamsburg was In town on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Underhill have returned from a few days visit in Indianapolis. Miss Carrie Byrd has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Florence Snyder for a chort time. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bowers of Center ville attended the lectre here Thurs day evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Potter has returned from a several weeks visit with her daughter In Indianapolis. Profs. Studebaker and Hall, Misses Barker, Kentle and Long and Mrs. Moore attended institute at Rich mond Saturday. MILTON, IND. - Milton. Ind., Dec. 5. John Du Gran rut attended the lecture course at Cambridge City last night. T. C. Davis played with the basket ball team at Centerville, last evening, it was expected to play the Milton Independents, but the team failed to appear, and Webster played, the score was 47 to 12 for the Centerville In dependents. Miss Rae Wagoner entertained Miss Lois McClung. Miss Fern Paxon, Miss O'.lie Casteller. and Miss Rachael Thomas last evening. It is said that a new paper, 'The Social News" is being gotten out at the Doddridge Grave Lining company's office and It Is edited by Miss Fern Paxon. The Merry Go Round club will meet with Mrs. Elmer Weaver tomorrow af ternoon. Miss Alma Wagner has returned from a pleasant visit with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown, at Williamsburg. Mrs. Alice Gresh entertained at a thimble party Saturday afternoon. The guests were Mrs. Henry Caswell, of Indianapolis as the t honor guest, Mr i. 0. H. Beeton, Phoebe Michael tit. Clair, Mill Marr Roberta, Mr. Em WANTED White girl for general housework; $20 per month. Refer ences required. Address Hoosier, care Palladium. 4-tf HAIR DRESSING shampooing, mani curing. ISrlng your combings and let me make you switches and puffs for Christmas. Miss Steward, 18 S. Cth street. Phone 1372. 3-tf WANTED Sewing, 276 Fort Wayne avenue. 2-4t WANTED 2 copies of the Palladium. November 20. 1-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, gc right to Porterfield's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block. th and Main. 14 tf 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 You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreatica. 12-tf WANTED Your typewriter work to do. Very neat and accurate. Ad dress S.. care Palladium. 1-tf WANTED Two rooms for light house keeping, centrally located. Man and wife. Address H. L. W., care Pall. 30-6t WANTED Magic Plaiter. Will pay full price for second hand- one. Call Palladium office. tf WANTED Hot air furnace. Phone 2370. 9-tf WANT FID To repair your baby cabs, furniture, bicycles and all kinds of. repair work. We also do picture framtisr Brown A Darnell, 1022 Mala. ' Phone 1936. 18-tt WANTED Pin boys; must bo six teen. City Bowling Alley. 23-tf WANTED Shoes repaired. A. J. Ford, Cunningham Shoe store. Men's sewed soles 75c; ladles sewed soles, CO cents. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Baldwin piano. 732 N. 10th. Phone 3494. 5-7t FOR SALE Fine used piano, cheap. Call 732 N. 10. Phone 8494. 5-7t ma Frazee, Mrs. Emma Ferguson, Mrs. C. H. Wood, Mrs. I F. Lantz. Mrs. F. M. Jones, Mrs. II. L. Jones, Miss Nora Campbell. Mrs. D. II. Warren, Mrs. Weist, Mrs. L. A. Bragg, Mrs. Frank Doty, Mrs. David Parker, Mrs. Eliza beth Kimmel, Mrs. Chas. Hale, Mrs. R. P. Lindsay, Mrs. Hattle Izor', Mrs. Plnnlck, Mrs. Van Winkle, Mrs. J. B. Routh, Mrs. M. M. Calloway, and Mrs. Ossian Calloway, of Cambridge City. A dainty luncheon was served. Mrs. Mary St. Clair and sister. Mrs. C. C. White, were the company of Dr. and Mrs. Gentle, at Richmond, yes terday. Mrs. White left for Nobles ville today. The Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. John Ingermann, Wednesday af ternoon. Chas. Calloway has a nice assort ment of books for the holiday trade. The Eastern Star will meet Wednes day night. The members are all re quested to be present. Ed Manlove was home from Indiana polis to spend the day with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Manlove. HagerstowQ high school team play ed the Milton high school team at Milton Friday night The score was 18 to 11 for Hagerstown. The W. F. M. S, at this place will meet with Mrs. C. H. Plnnlck on -Fri day evening. Miss Esther Jones spent today with her parents at Richmond. Miss Jones is one of our teachers at the Maple Grove school house. The Milton' school board has pur chased a new Webster's dictionary and atlas for the school. It has also pur chased the reading circle books for rooms one, three and four, and two sets of supplementary readers for room one. Mra. Elizabeth Knox has closed her home for the present and will spend the winter months with Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Wissler, west of town. Joe Gause, as he was stepping from the car Saturday morning, prepara tory to walking to the shop where he is employed at Cambridge City, sprain ed his ankle very severely. Mrs. Christian Kerber is visiting her daughter at Indianapolis. Miss Cassle Turner spent Saturday with Richmond friends. Mrs. Lydia Hess and Mrs. Santford Little have la grippe. The Toronto quartet at Odd Fellows hall tomorrow night. Some one who was hunting on James Shank's farm, east of town, recently shot a valuable horse. The animal's back was filled with shot. Mr. Shank will not allow hunters on the farm. Miffs Edna Wallace, south of Mil ton, entertained Miss Helen and Miss Blanche Coyree one evening recently. Mrs. Louise Cummlngs, who was the company of Mrs. Frank Wallace, re turned to Richmond Saturday. The Rev. F. C. McCormick, of Hart ford City, was entertained with Chaa. Calloway. Friday night. He conduct ed the funedal services of the late Mr. Amos Miller, at Bentonrille, Saturday. Russell Wilson, who la one of the members of the Boys' Corn club of the county, had a yield from his quarter- WANT AD LETT 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 nds. Mall at this office up to 2 noon today as follows: Permanent C G. H. B... G. H. B. .. ..2 B ..1 . 1 Box 21 3 Y. 25. .... -.4 ..6 Competent . . .1 Box 21 2 C 3 E .2 Mail will be kept for eays only. All mall not cal'ed for within that time will be cast out. FOR SAL E Cockerels. Barred Rocks. S. C., or R. C, R. I. Reds, S. C. White Leghorns. N. P. Wilson. Phone 3119, R. R. No. 7. 3-7t FOR SALE Automobile storage, rea sonable. Inquire 15 N. 10th street. 2-7t FOR SALE Sugar wood. 1102 Sheri dan. 2-7t FOR SALE Rhode Island Red Cock erals. Mrs. Irvin Doddridge. Phone 211 Centerville. Lyons Station, Ind., R. R. 13. 30-7t Choice Duroc brood sows, yearling male. White Leghorn cockrels. Commons, Webster, 5144C 15-tf FOR SALE Fresh cow; good brood mare. Wm. B. Flatley, R. No. 7, Richmond, Ind. 4-7t FOR SALE Two seated, steel tired surrey In good condition. Call at 153 Richmond ave. or Phone 3276. 29-tf FOR SALE Cheap; complete house hold furnishings for five rooms for small family. Call Sunday after noon or phone 1493. House for rent. 1117 South A St. 4-2t FOR SALE New assortment gold filled Jewelry, value $250.00; 1 dozen pairs new shoes cheap. 1117 S. A St. 4-2t acre which was equal to 107 bushels to the acre. 85 ears made a bushel. Mrs. Will Miller visited Mrs. Frank Adams at Connersville, Saturday. Mrs. Adams is very sick and is reported to have peritonitis. Mrs. Frank Connelly Is visiting rela tives near Elwood. The W. C. T. U. will conduct a silver medal contest at the Christian church Friday evening. , ihb - Mrs. Lydia Bragg's company1 at sev en o'clock dinner, Saturday evening, was Mrs. Alice Gresh. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caswell ,of Indianapolis. Miss Helen Clark, Jesse Dowel! and Lon Allison, of Cambridge City, were in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Whltely, of west of town entertained a company of neighbors and friends, Saturday evening. Mrs. Henry Hess and Mrs. Welling ton entertained the ladies of the class of Loyal Daughters, of the Christian church Bible school, of which, they are members, on Saturday afternoon. The occasion was the regular, meet ing of the ladies, who took their thim bles, but it became a social event of another character in the way of a mis cellaneous shower for Mrs. Sweajn gen, who married her late husband's cousin, Wellington Swearingen, of Mooreland on Thursday at Richmond. She received many presents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crist and Lloyd Perkins, spent Saturday at Brookville with relatives. The great Home Missionary conven tion of the M. E. church, for Indiana conference, will be held at Shelbyville, Thursday and Friday. The Palladium will be found on sale at M. U. Brown's grocery. Oliver Davis, carrier. Knollenberg's Smoking Jackets and House Coats, the most complete line we have ever had ; price $2.50 to $12.00 3-2t Plato Vindicated. The author of genius," said William Dean Howells. "expresses the thoughts of his time. He speaks out those things that his generation has all along been thinking, but thinking silently and per haps a little mistily. "An author of transcendent genius speaks the thought of ail time. For example, one summer at Sunapee I lent a volume of Tlato to a lean, shrewd farmer. When the volume was returned I said: 'Well, how did you like Plato? " 'First rate.' the farmer answered. I see he's got some of my Ideas. " A Joke That Failed. Hoyster bad reached home at 2:30 a. ni. and found his wife very much awake. "Now, dear," said the belated man rather thickly, "don't fly up in the air." "And -why, pray?" very deliberately inquired the lady, breathing hard. "Because you might infringe the (hie) Wright brothers' patent, my dear," chuckled Hoyster just before she avi ated. The Nimble Cent." . , It Is estimated that on on average each cent In circulation changes hands eleven times a week. ED. LIST FOR SALE Draughtsman's protrac tor, cost 6.su; sen ror nair. one slide rule, one set of draughtsman's tools. Call 32' North 10th. 2112t FOR SALE At a bargain, buggies and i spring wagons at Newbern's shop. Forterfield.. Kelly Blk.. 8th and 4th and N. A. Phone 1612. 28-tf Main. sept3-tf FOR SALE S12 piano for sale-six room nou.. .u j bath, furnace and electric light. check, will sell for $5. 12.300.00. hone 1522. n-a Address X Z, Care Paila- FOR SALE or trade tor Richmond property, two modern houses In fine diUITl. II location in Indianapolis, very at- FOR SALE-Mantle cabinet with four T? P' "'iuttt French plate mirrors. Phoni 2301. mond- lpdlaca' iiilH Cal1 202 N sth- !H SEE MORGAN FOR SALE 18 in block wood deliver- for Real Estate in all its phases and ed any part of the city. Phone 4105. local information office. Sth and North E Sta. 16-tf ' FOR SALE Small, well Improved su- FOR RENT burban premises; well fruited, good wjmnnfjyj.. ,r - - - - i . . r bouse and barn; other outbuildings; FOR RENT 4 room furnished flat for an Ideal lltt,e home for the retired light housekeeping. Corner 5th and farmer, or city man seeking a su- S. A St. Al Gregg, Hoosier Store. burban home Price $4,000. Apply 4.3t to The J. K. M. Agency, over 6 . . North Seventh street. eept 1-tf FOR RENT 5 room flat, 109 Rich- mond ave. Al Gregg. Hoosier Store. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED FOR RENT Furnished room. 37 N. NOTARY PUBLIC. Eight. 3-4t Charles D. Shidler, Real Estate, Fire FOR RENT 7 room house, bath, elec- Insurance, Loans, Rentals. 913 Main trie light, at 203 S. 11th. Inquire St. Phone 1814. at 1238 Main. 1-tf FOR RENT Furnished room, central, FOR SALE modern for gentleman, cheap If per- Richmond property a specialty. Per manent. Address Permanent, care terfield, Kelly Blk.. 8th & Main. Pall. 30-tf AugS-tf FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for RESTAURANT, light housekeeping, light, heat and The best meals are gotten at Profit's, bath. Call 615 S. B. 29-7t 14 S. EigutH street FOR RENT Stable. Inquire 220 N. 12th. 29-7t STORAGE. - Don't forget Atkinson and his lire- FOR RENT 2 rooms, furnished for pro)f buiJdjng vhen you want t0 light housekeeping, with light. Btoro rurniture. Phone 1945. 4th bath. heat. Call 131 Richmond and Mam BtreeC juneJS-tf avenue. tf FOR RENT Office room, Murray Theater Bldg. 21-tf FOR RENT Good fall pasture. Phone 1872. Call 611 Main. 26-tf FOR RENT A new three roomed flat furnished for light housekeeping; 105 N. 4th St. Phone 1612. 2f 1 CITY ADVERTISEMENT Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind.. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond. Indiana, that on the 1st day of December, 1910, the unanimously adopted Improvement Resolution No. 231-1910 Providing for the improvement of South "F" street, from South 11th to South 13th street, by grading, gravel ing the roadway and constructing ce ment sidewalk on both sides thereof between the points names. Improvement Resolution No. 231-1910. Providing for the construction of ce ment sidewalk 6 feet in width on the west side of North 13th street, from the P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. crossing to North "11" street. Improvement Resolution No. 232-1910 Providing for the improvement of ! South 10th street, by constructing cement sidewalk 6 feet in width on both sides thereof, from Main to South "A" street, except where cement walk of good quality already exists and at grade. Improvement No. 233-1910. Providing for the construction of ce ment side walk 6 foot wide, on the south side of Linden avenue, from the west line of Lot No. 28. Alfred P. Griffith's Addition to the east line of West 5th street. The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Thursday, December 29, 1910 as a date upon which remon strances may be filed or presented by persons Interested in. or affected by, said proposed improvements or either of them as above described, and on said day, at 9 o'clock a. m., said Board will meet at Its office for the pur pose of hearing and considering any remonstrances which may have been filed or presented, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive up on all persons. H. H. Hammond. Fred R. Charles, W. W. Zimmerman. Board of Public Works dec5-12 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF AD MINISTRATOR. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the Wayne Circuit court of Indiana, ad ministrator of the estate of Larkin T. Bond, deceased, late of Wayne coun ty. Indiana, and that said estate is supposed to be solvent. William A. Lewis, Administrator. Dated December 5, 1910. Shiveley & Shiveley, Attorneys. 5-3t NOTICE OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the 'Wayne circuit court of Wayne county. Indiana, will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, at the court house door in the city of Richmond. Wayne county, Indiana, on Thursday, the 29th day of December, 1910, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. el, FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- and 4 o'clock p. m., on said day the real estate described below. Lying and being in the county of Wayne, State of Indiana, and describ ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning one hundred and three (103) rods east of the northwest corner of the north east quarter of section thirteen (13), Township sixteen (1C), Range thir teen (13) East, of the second prin cipal meridian, and running thence south forty-eight (48) rods to a stone, thence west sixteen and two-thirds (162-3) rods; thence north forty-eight (48) rods to the north line of said quarter; thence east sixteen and two thirds (16 2-3) rods to a stone at the place of beginning and containing five (5) acres. Said sale to be without relief from valuation and appraisement laws, to satisfy said decree in my hands In fav or of Ennis Kitterman vs. Mack Lamb, ot al. Gardner and Jessup, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Linus P. Meredith, Sheriff of Wayne county. nov 28 dec 5-12 CITY ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works. Office of the Board. Richmond, Ind., November 28, 1910. To whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given by the Board of Public Works of the City of Rich mond, Indiana, that on the 21st day of November, 1910, they unanimously adopted Improvement Resolution No. 228, 1910 Providing for the improvement of South 2nd street, from Main street to South "B" street, by constructing ce ment sidewalk on the west side there of, and cement curb and gutter on both sides thereof, between the points named. Improvement Resolution No. 229, 1910. Providing for the improvement of North 7th street, from Main street to Fort Wayne avenue, by constructing cement sidewalks on said street of a width as follows, to-wit: On the. west side of said street from the second al ley north of Main street to thi south line of Lot 58, C. W. Starr's 1st Ad dition, the full width thereof, and the remainder of said street on both sides thereof, 7 feet wide, except where ce ment construction of good quality al ready exists, between the points nam ed. The Board of Public Works of said city has fixed Monday, December 19th, 1910, a date upon which remonstrances may be filed or presented by persons interested in. or affected by, said pro posed improvements or either of them as above described, and on said day, at 9 o'clock a. m., said Board will meet at its office for the purpose of hear ing and considering any remonstranc es which may have been filed or pre sented, and for the purpose of taking final action thereon. Such action shall be final and conclusive upon, all per sons. H. M. Hammond, Fred R. Charles, "W. W. Zimmerman, r Board of Public Works. nor 28 and dec 5 To? needn't snffer wtth sick readscbe, toil restfon. constipation or aay otar troables-aris-tag from a disordered stomach. Dr. Caldwell's. Syro Pectin wul car von ami ksam m LOST LOST Ptfrse between Mary Brothers and Thistlethwaite's Drug store, containing about $5 in silver. Re turn 70S Main street. Reward. 5-lt LOST A library book between Sth street and Sheridan street, on N. D. Leave at library or 603 Sheridan St. 5-lt LOST Bar scarf pin with an aqua marine 6tone. Call Arlington hotel. 4-2t MISCELLANEOUS 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 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 & Co., Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phono 1330. 15-tf Japan's Gorgeous Fire Brigades. The fire brigades of Jnpan ore organ ized into companies, and ench of these companies carries seme (striking em blem as a kind of rallying banner. Glorified drum majors' sticks, gigantic clubs, spades, hearts, dianiouds. balls, crescents all kinds of strauge signs are borne proudly aloft by the stand ard bearer of the detachment. It is the duty of this functionary to stand in the thickest of the fire, amid smoke, sparks and hissing water jets, to show where his company is at work. Thrill ing tales are told of modem Casabian cas among these men who bare re mained too long at the post of duty and have been engulfed In a fiery fur nace upon the collapse of a roof. Wide World Magazine. 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 W. HAOLEY, 121 S. 13th St. Newfoundland. Newfoundland lins had a curious his tory. Cabot, sailing from Bristol, dis covered it in 1497, and in 1583 Sir Humphrey Gilbert annexed Its wild and rocky shores for Queen Elizabeth. Yet until the end of the eighteenth century It was illegal to build a per manent house there. The Island was held by "merchant ud venturers' for the sake of the fisheries. They hired their fishermen in England, took tbem across the Atlantic each spring and brought them back nt the beginning of winter. Newfoundland's Importance In the codfishery arises to a great ex tent from the fact that It is only with in her waters that the small fish desir able as bait can be obtained in the nec essary large quantifies. POST CARD COUPON Clip this Coupon and bring it to one of the Quigley Drug Stores with 10 cents and receive one set of 23 colored view Post Cards of Richmond. By mail 3 cents ex- tra for postage. ) 3JEWELRYC Little luxuries priced as low as if they were necessities. Every article of the same fine quality as has characterized 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. KENNEDY Jeweler, 526 Main Repairing and Engraving Care fully Done. C&O.Ry.oilnd. The Popular Highway Through Vestibule Trains. Now operating fine Buffet Parlor Cars between Cincinnati and Chicago. Leaving Richmond daily for Chicago at 1116 a. m, and 4:15 p. m. daily, for Cincin nati. Try the new equipment on your next trip to Chicago or Cincinnati. Train No. 3, leaving Richmond, daily, for Chicago, at 7:56 p, m. carries Drawing Room Sleepers, with Comfortable Smoking Compartments. Passengers, get a full night's rest. For sleeper reservation and other informa tion call C. A. Blair Pass. V Ticket Agt, Home Te!. 2062. Richmond. Plaited or gathered skirt and two styles of sleeves. This design offers some variety in development; the waist though simple is attractive with the Gibson plaits aud flat collar; Eith er style of sleeve, the one piece "leg o-mutton," or the sleeve with cuff will be desirable. Cashmere, plaid, Henri etta, serge or wash fabrics may be used. The pattern is cut in 4 sizes: 6, S. 10, 12 years. It requires 3H yards of 36 inch material for the 8 year size. 1 A pattern of this lllustation mailed to any address on receipt of 10c in silver of stamps. Name Address Size (Fill out Blanks In pencil and send to Pattern Dept., Richmond Palladium.) Terra Haute, inlii.i7i.nlii & Eastern Tractbn Co. Eastern Division Trains leave Richmond for I oatan apolls and intermediate stations at :00A-M.; T,t5; S:0: '9:25; 10:00; 11:00; 12:00; 1:00; 2:25: 3:00: 4:00; 5f25: 6:00; 7:30; 8:40; 9:00; 13:00; 11:10. " . Limited Trains. Last Car to Indlanaoolls. 8:40 P. U. Last Car to New Castle. 1C:00 P. M. Trains connect at Indianapolis for Lafayette, , Frankfort. : Crawfordsvllle. Terre Haute, Clinton. 8u!llvan, Mar tlnsville. Lebanon and Paris. I1L . Tickets sold through. PASSENGER SCHEDULE. C. 41 O. Ry. of Ind. . Effective December 1. 1910. Kn-t-tMnmt Mraai-'la)Hima'l. Station i No. i. .1 No. 4. Invf lally Intly Chi-ag-n. born St. Vcrti ... Marlon . Sta. . . .111:50 P. M. ,1 5:15 A. M. .! :40 A. M. .1 7:sr, A. M. 8:35 A. M. 18:47 P. M. 1:46 P. M. 8:47 P. M. Hlrkmonil . I A. M.j 4il P. M. C'ottaKe Grove. 1nclnn.tt. " .1 :35 A. U. 4:57 P. M. Stations ' l,avt-- Cincinnati. 4th St. Station. Cottnsrn 5rev. . I , No. A. No. u. Daily L)ilv 6:15 P.M. S:S0A. M. 7:1fi P. M M0:ai A. M. II trhnionrf 7l.-t7 P. M.illiHt A. M. Munrle . . . . . Marton Pern . . . . . . . C'h Ira go. A rr. .20 H. M. 112:45 P. M. 10:1 P. M. 1:4 P. M. 11:15 P. M. S:50 P. M. 7:rtS A. Ml 7:1K P M. All train dally. Through Vistlbul train, between Cincinnati and Chicago. Klne buffet service on trains No. 4 and 5. Standard Pullman Sl-epcr on train No. S leavlnsr Richmond 7:57 P. M. for Chicago daily. For ilpc-per reservation and other In formation, call C. A. HI. AIR, Pnaaenaer a4 'ticket Agrst. Home Tel. We. 3Sf3. RletiBtoasl, IasU (COAEL2 GREAT DIFFERENCE I GUARANTEE MINE THE BEST C. S. FARNHAM 710 Slain Sta, rSoS Home Grown Potatoes, (In 5 bushel lots) per bu 65c Pride of Richmond Flour, 50 lb. sack ............. 1 -30 Carpenter's Fancy Flour, 50 lb. sack '.$1-30 Pure Lard, per lb. ......... 15c Lenox Soap, 3 bars for...... 10c Lenox Soap, per box 13.20 Gloss Soap, 7 bars for 25c We Always Have Plenty of Good Country Butter and Eggs on Hand. GEO. A- CUTTER Cor. 4th and S. D 8ts. Phone. 1323. If sv