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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY. NOV. 23. 1913
CONGESTION IN MAIL
Haas Requests That Parcel
Post Packages Be Pre
Fearing congestion in the postoffice
duriDg the days before Christmas,
Postmaster Ifaan has issued the fol
"Those who intend to send parcel
post packages are requested to call at
the office as early as possible and se
cure the necessary stamps and tags.
These can be affixed before the pack
age is brought in for mailing, when all
that will be necessary will be to mark
the number of the package and drop it
in the mail.
"Should everyone wait until the last
minute there will be such a rush that
the clerks will be unable to handla
Each tag is made out in three parts
one to so to the sender as bis receipt,
one to be held by the office and the oth
r to carry the address. Preparations
are already being made to handle the
heaviest mail that has ever been sent
through the Richmond postoffice.
The postmaster has planned to va
cate his private office and turn over a
greater portion of the basement of the
building' to he used in the storage of
The Family Cough Medicine.
In every home there? should be a
Dome ot Dr. King's New Discovery!
ready lor imiruflinte use when any)
member of the family contracts a cold j
or ;i cough. Prompt use will stop the!
spread of sickness. S. A. Slid, of Ma-I
son, Mich., writes: ".My whole family j
depends upon Dr. King's New Discov-j
ery as the best cough and cold medi-'!
dno in the world. Two 00c bottles
cured me of pneumonia." Thousands
of other families have been equally
benefited and depend entirely upon
Dr. King's New Discovery to cure
their coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles. Every dose helps. Price,
60c and $1 at A. O. Luken St 'Co.
LATE MARKET NEWS
NEW YORK STOCK QUO
TATIONS Furnished by Correll and Tnocipaoa.
I. O. O. V. Bldg. Phono 1446.
Am. Can. . .
U. H. Steel
Ot. No. Pfd
New York Central..
i uei u i t e. 1 1 1 c iv i ',4
Southern Pacific 86.t
Union Pacific 150' 3
TkT 1 I ..... I f. . ,
CHICAGO. Nov. 25. Hops: Receipts
25.000, market 10c. lower; top prices
$7.507.80, hulk of sales $7.407.60.
Cattle Receipts 5,500, market steady.
Beeves $3f ?.;(), calves $8.7510.
Sheep: Receipts 17,000, natives and
westerns $2.755 5, lambs $557.50.
PITTSBURG, Nov. 25-Cattle: Sup
ply 200, market steady, veal calves
$11.25. Sheep and lambs
000. market steady; prime sheep $4.65.
laml-t $7.15. Hogs: Receipts 2,500;
market slow; prime heavies $7.95, pigs
CINCINNATI. Nov. 25. Cattle. Re
ceipts 205, market steady; choice
steers $7..roc7 8. calves $4fl0.26. Hogs
Receipts 1826, market heary; top
prices $7.9o(Ti 8. Sheep: Receipts,
222; prime $4.25. lambs $5g?7.
STOCK INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. - Hos:
Receipts 11.000, market 10c lower;
tops $7 95. bulk of sales $7.60(7.90.
Cattle: Receipts 1150; choice steers
$7.258. other grades $5.657 Sheep
and lamb: Receipts 600. market
steady : prime sheep $4f7 4.15, lambs
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 25. - - Cash
grain: Wheat 96 '-c, corn 74, oats
TOLEDO. 0.;.Mov.-55.-Cash grain:
Wheat 97c, corn 75c, oats 2c, clo
Be Well Dressed for the Holiday
Bwy Mow; Pay After- Thanksgiving
Ladies' Tailored Suils $12. SO
Ladies' Coats $6. SO and up
Millinery at Half Price
FURS-Special Red Fox 18.5
Globe Clothing Co.
533 Main Open Evenings
raph shows Provisional Prosi
departure for Japan
Diaz was compelled
several months ago. On
to flee to Havana, where
New and longer cars have made the
extension of the switch at the interur
ban station into the alley necessary
to accommodate two cars on the track
at the same time, according to a reply
made by Superintendent Gordon of the
street car company to the objection of
the board of works that the company
was blocking the alley. The communi
cation said cars were only run to the
end of the switch for a few minutes
every two hours.
The board ordered City Engineer
Charles to draw plans and speciflca-
I tions for cement sidewalks from
I Fourth to Sixth streets on Xorth D.
! The assessment roll on tho nai-inc
of Eighth street from Elm Place to
South II street was approved without
any objections from property owners.
(Corrected daily by Anton
Choice veal calves, per lb... 9
Primes faverage 200 lbs)
per 100 lbs
Heavy mixed, per 100 lbs.
Rough, per 100 lbs
Choice steers, per lb. 7c i
Butcher steers, per lb 7c i
Cows, per ID 2, to Ec j
Bulls, per lb 5c to 6c j
Veal calves $9.00 i
Light Yorkers $6.50 to7.00 :
GRAIN MARKET j
(Corrected daily by Richmond Roller '
Mills, phono 2019).
Wheat, per bu sSc
l.-iat8. Per bu S7c
isew corn, per bu 55c
Rye, per bu sc
Bran, per ton $25.00
Middlings, per ton $28 00
(Corrected daily by Ed. Cooper,
Old hens, per lb 12c
Old hens (dressed) pe.- lb IE to ISc
Turkeys (dressed) per lb 25c
Young Chickens, dressed, per lb. ..20c
Young chickens, dressed, per lb.. 22c
Eggs, per dozen 35c
Country butter, per lb 23c to 25c
(Corrected daily by Omer Whelan.
Oats, per bu r;Sc
New Corn, per bu 60c
Timothy hay, per ton $1S.00
Clover hay I4.00
Rye straw $f,.oo
Oats or wheal, straw ?5.00
Bran, per ton $26.00
Middlings, per ton $2S.i't
(Corrected by H. C. Bullerdick & Son)
Anthracite nut $$.0
Anthracite stove and egg $S.o5
Jackson ; $5.75
Run of mine $4.75
JlSr vi t3 ,--''-. A "ia-fc &H - V . tiff? Fi-C c t
i aV&; 41 vtbyS
dent Huerta embracing
Diaz's return to Mexico
he was recently stabbed
WOMAN GETS $500
Ada Kauffman Receives
Compromise on the amount of ali
mony to be paid IWrs. Ada Kauffman,
was cft'ecied in circuit court by fail
Kauffman, defendant, in a divorce ac-
tion. The decree was granted by Judge
Smith of Portland, who was on the
I bench. Mr.;. Kauffman will receive
1 $50u, one half the amount ilenr-'.nded.
tveceuuv iauunian nrouenr. suit ior
divorce against his wife and she con
tested it. It was refused by Jin'.e Fox
because of insufficient, grounds.
After she had t'ouaht tho issuance of
a decree to her husband, Mrs. Kauff
man entered suit and demanded $1,000
alimony. Kauffman determined to fight
the case because of the amount of ali
mony. The Kauffnian's were married in
Last (Jerniantown in lftno ami lived to
gether for a short time. Mrs. Kauff
man was Miss Ada Sarber. j
When contesting her husband's suit I
Mrs. Kauffman said she hoped he'
would return to live with her and it j
was seen later that a reconciliation j
count not ne eiiected. isne ttien filed a
complaint charging her husband with
desertion and failure to provide.
When the matter of aiimonv was
j broached in court Saturday and after
j the plaintiff's attorneys had introduced
their evidence, a compromise was sug
! gested. Her attorneys readily ngreed
(to accept the $."00 which Kauffman of
! . . . ...
tsotn young people arc prominent in
the western part of th county. Kauff
man is u farmer, living near East Ger
mantown. Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVE BliOMO QUI
NTXE. Look for the sienatnre nf V.
W. (iROVE. Cures a Cold in Ono !
Day, Cures drip in Two Days. 25c.
r'or a small
a ' ciean up'
first payment. ve will
of old patterns, but
25 Discount1 23 I
General Felix Diaz before the lattcr's
Huerta's attitude was so hostile that
by agents of political enemies.
1 VISITORS AT MEETING1
Sons of Veterans Hold First
A number of visitors from Boston,
i Liberty and other neighboring towns
j attended the open initiation of the
i Sons of Veterans last night in the (i.
A. R. hall. Talks were made by dudge
1 Comstock, J. H. Harlan, commander of
; the post at Liberty, and L. H. Handley.
i Following the wor ka banquet was
served to the guests. About twenty
five members of the W. It. C. and the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the organization,
SOME COAT VALUES
You've never seen the equal of our
stylish Coats for Men and Women at
r..n. ueai $jo.uu values, and we
j trust you. Union Store, 1026 Main
! Wednesday, November 26 Webb 1
i lodge, No. 24. V. and A. M. Called)
j meeting. Work iu Fellow craft degree.
Beautiful Corsage Bou-
J A VI
queis ai reasoname prices, i
Union s Flower Shop.
The weekly meeting of Prof. Elbert
j Russell's Bible Study class was large
j ly attended last evening. The meeting
i was held in the Y. M. C. A.. One
noticeable feature about the confer-
ences is the number of young men and
Every Reg Included
In fills Unusual Offer
lay aside any ru? until Xmas. Now is
an unusual stock reducing effort.
Regular S9.00,SaIe S6.SO
Regular $ 7.50,
Regular $12 50,
Chief to Take Cases of Hahn
and Kenre Before
Kollo-Alnc a .:pi.!-- a::.: : fs :t a'.
No. 3 tire station s-'utuhsy ai'frti.vn be
tween Jani"s Hahn -s:ii V:!':ar.'. iCen
ney. both were suspended i:utetiuttel
by Fire -hi?f Miller v'hti Miller Ail
put the case tf :Vre the l).,.rd ot pub
lic work;; for final action regarding the
retention or disn;:ial of the en.
Harry Hay was ia.-e-i on the force un
til action is t;:ke;i.
Chickens. Turkeys and
Ducks at Lons Bros. Meat
Market. 324 Main street.
Phone 2299. - ! -'
WITH LOT. HE SAYS
Danie! Heater. Ul' Nort h Thir'.eeii'h
street, who boi:.ii a lot in McAleter.
Okla., of the ?.!vA!.-s-.er Re:l Ktat
coiiipany wh:l-. it had its bo)ster car
in Richniojn! lat pri tiS s s t'-at . e
is very well aiM:.d with 'm- invest
ment depi! e u; that tliere -a .1 s a
post office itisector in the cit v last
week colle fins evtd
company for obtaini
I falpp iretcn?e.
j Heater purchased a
i in it, paying Jias t-r
i his broth r who li.s
j lias inlortued him thai
I very ttood investnn-nt
l(ir w ; ' ! ; sf--)..
I b ay.-. tb;.
he in;s ma.ic a
;:nd siiouid be
aide to realize a tidy pi i '. from it in
a few years.
Ho was unable to furnish Inspector
Hawkesworth ith any evidence
against the company as all tiie deal
ings the company bad with him wr-
perfectly regular, he told the inspec
tor. There will be sevcra
mural trau.-poi ;a' ion 1'
iters to any part of ib
tion. In addition to
1 kinds of inter
cr carrying is-
grounds of the
which will take passenrs. to any
point for ten cents, there -a ill be a
double track miniature railroad, whi. '.i
will give a iour-mile ride for ten cents,
electric jinrikshas, push chairs ami bi
cycle chairs, the charges for which
will be moderate.
This lung Remedy
Known Fifteen Years
If T0iT!o(ly who suffers from or Is
threfltened with I-uns Troubla would ln
veHtitfate tbe many cases where recov
eries were brought about through the
f IVkman's Alterative, a remisiv which
hug stoo.i th test for nealv f.fteeu venrs,
a stron? opinion in favor of it woi:!il !.
the result. What it ha? Hrromi ilsh.'.i for
other It bibt do for you. he.ul thU:
, l-"' !' St.. New York,
".entlemen: i.a!lt Ie.em!.er I t,..k
Fii.l.ien colli. wh. h developed Into I'r.en
monla. The doctor did all hi- possibly
could for ine. but could not .ierr my
lung One day I oaw a r-ti:noi.inl In
one of the papers tllinc of ihe cood re
sults someotie tuid from taking Ivkmam
Alterative for a troul 'e of tlie !u"-s I
benn taking it and soon felt gZl ' re
My lungs bPK.m to clear up nnd I
becpn to train in strenctU ami was , ..n
well enouah to tnk.. up my work st'.';ln
I am in tietter health i.tt than I b.ive
beii at ny time. I m a missionary
w-orker for the New York Home for
Homeless and Krlen-ll-ss P.or "
(Affidavit) KKXKST 1'.' WII.COX.
(Above abbreviated; mora on reiuet )
Kekmnn's Altemtlve has tiern rrovt-n bv
rnany yesirs- f.-t to be mont effifi.jous
for severe Throat and I. tine Affert -onu"
Hronchltls. Hronchlsl Asthma. Stubb..-n
olds and In lipl.ulidiiur the vste.-.
r-ontalns no narcotics, poisonn or'hablt
formlnsr dnisw. Ask for hoiklet teliinir
of recoveries, snd write t, Kckma"
laboratory, rhilndelph ia. Ps for ev.
Cenc. For sale by all leading drucglata
Put Yourself To Sleep !
Put yourself to sleep nights repeat
ing my Phone number, 2441. Tryrn
If your grocer will not supply you
with my "quality potatoes," call
L. D. HAWLEY
the time to select. This is not
Sale S 9.00
Sale $ 7.00
Sale $ 4.50
GET "VACATE" ORDER
TVO Men Requested tO Ieave'
4 .vr on" ere the woris wr.i'.ea
on aruia.u, vhursius Harrv Hartsor.
1 M.!':uik.v. Wis . ar-d .U'hn Ianhe-
I. Os:u v itlt put l:c tr.t oxlcattou
;V ;,la'" '"-iwtnerraan in police court.
'ii fit--1 acktunv dged they had been
trau'l;;:! .iK.'.t ti - country, but a:d
thty -re lo,king for work here. This
:i:;ike a total of f.ihi men who have
beeu ord-ri out of te city ithln
'ers than a week.
-MEET DECEMBER 5
T a.- new ,b tor R.chinor.d cauoe-.-'s
'. L;.i. n as the Tecuiv.seh
einb. I ke i!:.) of a im iii-
bership of t u ,-r.t !'. av i it is believ-
! lb" eni i:nu-!!' liouble this
Kcnib. r by twv s,!
The Lib orr-a .1 b elect inc the
i'--:!ow:ts uSii fis lr sient. I'inlip
.:.:!!: iv ;.tm,i. :-t, ":lter Kiijtel
' r;n h: : mTi-'ari i i treastner. II. 1.
A Utap;ar ',, v wil; bo provid
ei.l lu" lav.iis ! ' :; ;:!. n members
!.;re t .f-a:' a at-ipai.n leadin: to
ii'.e if' '. : !. e: a ciuti 'unie will
1 e started. :w.:.t r i.ie.t ".vr ill
::elti Dei'ttnt- : " . wh.-.-h t ;n. a con
stitution aiat !av will lio drawn
and the fee t :::t-:nb rsh.ip arrni;-
I'aliadiuKi Want Ads Pav
We are oint; to offer all
tiun, a fine display of Up
TRIMMED HATS AT 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Untrimmcd Hats at great savings . Ladies. Jo not let
this opportunity pass-
: Millinery. 39 N. 8th Street. :
a.o Iksgt v I ssg
ID) t mimics-
I.ot us make a few suggestions
nor a rral delight.
We handle only the Terr finet oyeter
Ststraciar-cls and Mew York Counts
Thone your order and we will deliver to any part of tb. ctty.
Ice Cream B.sni Ices
lA't us firni?h your ice cream and ices. Phone your order now
so as to insure" prompt delivery. Include a box of our dainty
orfect ionery in your order. Chocolate all of the finest
makes. Full line of After Dinner Mints.
Re-Opeaing Book Bargain
F'ivo Big olurnes i1.98
Regularly Selling at $12.00.
Clip This Coupon
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tct ait until the days cf distribntloa, but send order any day of th
wee aiid ehipaecta vrill be made promptly oa the distribution days.
Many farmers o Jefferson t3wurtjf-
attended the airrlcuftur! day at tba
east nd school near IlagfrvtowzL. Tt9
principal. Ief J. Reynolds, lrae la
' charge He sail the natter wa
; . . . . ,
. proaItr than h had tiotyateA
A large amount of liv stock, tacrcd-
ir.g hogs. diry cattle, horses and pent
' Jrv wore brcn?ht to the bi school
, . . . .
hTn and demonstration mere m4
by the farmers of the county who are
1 experts in those lines. A. D. Cobb,
1 or.ntv aaricultnral airent. Mr. Cobh.
j and others, talked.
! State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas
Krat.W J Cheney make oath that be
is senior partner of the lira of F. J. ,
: Cheney .v.- Co . doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afer
I said, and that said firm will pay the;
! sum of ONE HrNPKFin DOLLARS'
I for each and every case of Catarrh
i that cannot be cured bv the u of
; HALL'S CATARRH Cl'RK
FRANK J. CHENEY.
' Sworn to before me and subscribed
i in !:i presence, this 6th day f De
' i ember. A. P ,
I vSeilt A T. OLKASON.
', Notary PuhMe.
Ha.!'. Catarrh Cure la taken lnter
i rahy and acts directly upon tb
bKxd and mucous surfaces of th
' svstt-ii! Send for testimonials. frev
I K .1 CHKNKY & CO, Toledo, O.
Sold b ail HrufiEista. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for eoasti
pition ( Advert! mrntl
this week at a great rcduc-
- to - the - Mirtute Millinery
to make your Thanksgiving dln-