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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, DEC 14, 1915 oca Taiulic oreign Top Iambs Sheep . . . . 8HEEP. ..70 ..... $4.00 5.00 WHEAT IS UNSETTLED ON CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGO. Dec. ll.Tbe wheat mar ket was irregular and unsettled up to the close of the day, with Decem ber having sold at $1.15 to $1,1184, and resting at $1.164, which was 14 cents above the closing of Monday. The May future swung between $1.16 and $1.194, closing at $1.174. compared with a closing yesterday of $1.174. Corn clased unchanged to J4 cent lower, and oats were 4 cent higher to nuchanged. llog products were up sharply all around. Cash sales here of wheat were 15,000 bushels, corn 35,000, and oats 60,000. roosters 9. Potatoes 40 cars; Wis consine 70 75. NEW YORK EXCHANGE STOCK QUOTATIONS American Can, 60. Anaconda, 86. American Locomotive 694. .American Beet Sugar, 71; American Smelter, 99. U. S. Steel, 85. Atchison, 106. St. Paul. 93. Lehigh Valley. 82. N. Y. Central, 105. Northern Pacific, 106. Southern Pacific, 100. Union Pacific. 137. r i GRAIN CHICAGO CASH CHICAGO. Dec. 14. Wheat r No. 2 red $1.22gl.23. . Corn: No. 2 white 69, No. 2 yellow 723i724. No. 4 white 64. No. 4 yellow 650.67. Oats: No. 2 white 44. No. 3 white 404 41. stan dard 43. TOLEDO GRAIN . TOLEDO, Dec. 14. Wheat: Cash and December $1.23'. May $1.274. Clovfiseed : Cash and December $12.40 February $12.40, March $12.20. Alslke Cash $10.40, February $10.60, March $10.70. Timothy: Cash $3.82, Febru ary $3.87, March $3.92. CHICAGO FUTURES WHEAT. Open. High. Low. Close Dec. .....115 1184 115 116 May 116 119 116 117 CORN. ... 67 68 66 67 ... 70 71 70 70 OATS. ... 42 42 32 42 .. . 45 45 44 45 Dec. May Dec. May Live Stock CHICAGO. UNION STOCK YARDS. III.. Dec. 14. Hogs: Receipts 27,000, market 15i&20r: higher, mixd and butchers $6.10(6.95, Rood heavies $6. 556.95. rough heavies $6.20 6.45, light $5.80 6.65, pigs $4.90"? 5.65, bulk of sales I6.25&6.75. Cattle: Receipts 5,000, market strong, beeves $4.40 11.25. cows and heifers $3.25(88.30, calves $8.5010.25. Sheep: Receipts 18,000. market steady, natives and western $3.25 6.6C, Iambs $6.259.50. CINCINNATI CINCINNATI, O.. Dec. 14 Hogs: Receipts 2,800, market active, packers and butchers $6.60j7.00, common to choice $5.00 6.50. pigs and lights $4.00 fftt.50. stags $4.005.00. Cattle: Receipts 200. market steady, rows $3.00(5 5.75, calves $4.00.10.00. Sheep: Receipts 600, market strong, iambs $6.00( 9.50. INDIANAPOLIS INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Dec. 14. Hogs: Receipts 12,000, market 15c up, best hogs $6.90. heavies $6.456.90, pigs $1.00 5.75, bulk of sales $6.50 6.80. Cattle: Receipts 650. market steady, choice heavy steers $7.259.00, light rteers $5.00(a8.25, heifers $4.50 7.25, i-bws $l.50&6.25, bul's $4.1 calves $4.00il0.00. Sheep and lambs: kot sirring, prime lambs $5.009.00. .506.25, Receipts 300, mar sheep $2.005.50, RICHMOND MARKETS GLEN MILLER PRICES HOGS. Heavies .$6.25 Heavy mixed $6.00 Medirms ... . '. .$6.00 Heavy yorkers Y $6!00 Light yorkers .$5.25 Pigs $4.505.00 Stags $4.005.00 CATTLE. Butcher steers $5.50 6.00 Heifers $5.006.00 Cows $4.005.00 Bulls $4.505.00 Calves $9.00 . Buy.. Your Dolls Now One-third off on any doll in our store BARTEL & ROHE, 921 -MAIN STREET. Christmas Candy PITTSBURG PITTSBURG. Pa.. Dec. 14. Cattle: Supply light, market steady, choice Htecrs $S.5C&S.75, prime steers $S.35 S.50, s;ood steers $7.75S.15. tidy butchers $7.50ig8.00, fair $6.757.25, uomraon $5.50 6.50. common to fat bulls $4.00(3 7.00. common to fat cows $:!.00(g 6.000, heifers $6.00 7.00, fresh '. ows and springers $50.00$? 85.00, veal l alves $10.50 11.00. Sheep and lambs: Supply light, prime wethers $6.35 6.50, lambs $6.00 tive, prime neavy $t.o, mediums -itj.u (6.S5, heavy yorkers $6.80(9 6.85, light yorkers $6.406.50. pigs $6.25(6.35, roughs $.00 6.25, stags $0.00(95.25, .heavy mixed $6.85 6.90. PRODUCE NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Dec. 14. Live poultry Wet. thickets 1315, 1315. But ter tirm. creamery extras 28435. Kgps firm. 50fr 54. CHICAGO CHICAGO. Hoc. 14. Butter receipts 6.760 tubs, firsts i't;'a30. Egg receipts t.Sy". fircts 2 9 eft 3 0. Live poultry: thickens l1-!' l--2, springers 13, Laughter Aids Digestion. Laughter is one of the most health ful exri'tions: it is of great help to di-Kcsti'-- A still more effectual help is D dos e - t' Chamberlain's Tablets. If you should be troubled with indigestion give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. Obtainable everywhere. Adv. POLO COLISEUM Muncie Vs. Richmond Wednesday Evening If EYES GLASSES FITTED W. F. Hoelscher, Oph. M. Cor. 6th and Main. Phone 192S. OPEN EVENINGS. In Beautiful Boxes from 1 pound to 10 pounds, all the best makes, of chocolates. Including our exclusive MULLANE and ALLEGRETTI makes no other candy as good as these. EXTRA SPECIAL Our own make of the best Assorted Candy in 5 Lb. Boxes, only $2.00; 1 Lb., 50c; 2 Lbs., 80c Also a big line of Xmas Dinner Favors and Novelties Also Big Line of Assorted Candy in Bulk Brusso's CHOCOLATE SHOP Murray Theater Bldg. FEED QUOTATIONS Red clover seed, paying $9.00. Clover hay,new,$10.00: : Timothy, bay,, new, selling $1516. Oata, paying, new, 30c to 32c. t , Com, paying, old, 65c. ; Corn, paying, new, 50c. Middlings, $28.00. Oil meal. $40.00. - Bran, selling. -$27.00. Salt, $1.40 barreL Tankage, $48.00 ton. PRODUCE (Corrected Dally by Edward Cooper). Old chickens, dressed, paying ISo. Country butter, paying. 22c to . 23c; selling, 30c to 33c. ....... .... J Eggs, paying 30c; selling. 35c Country lard,- pajlns 10c, selling 15c, 2 for 25c. " Creamery butter, selling 37c. Potatoes, selling 90c per bushel. ' Young ' chickens, dressed, paying 20c, selling 25c. - ' INDIANAPOLIS REPRE- SENTATIVE SALES 12. 17: 3 . 3 2 HOGS "STEERS h'eiVers 93 $5.75 125 6.00 803 866 6.50 6.75 860 4.75 New Treatment for Bronchitis, Asthma,Catarrh and Head Colds . CALVE8-r BULLS 410 360 810 '117 760 885 8.00 7.00 4.70 5.75 3.50 3.85 Bear This In Mind. 1 "I .consider- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy by far the best medicine in the market for colds and croup," says Mrs. Albert Blosser. Lima, Ohio. Many others are of the same opinion. Ob tainable everywhere. Adv. KUKIBIG CHS1Tv3A spiffing BWT NEGLECT YOUR COLD. Don't Get So Busy, That You Forget Your Health-, -- Father John's Medicine Is Best For Colds. . Wood from the "Old Sugar Camp" Is Used in Smoking THOMAS BROS.' SAUSAGE Don't get too busy during your Christmas shopping to . neglect the cold which you are very likely to take in the overheated, crowded stores. . Remember that neglected colds lead to more serious throat and lung troubles, and that any cold should be treated promptly with a pure food medicine such as Father John's Medicine, which strengthens and builds up the system, at the same time giving prompt relief to the cold. Father John's Medicine does not contain alcohol or dangerous drugs in any form, so it is a safe medicine for all the family. Thousands of moth ers keep it in the house and give it to their children regularly at the least sign of an approaching cold or cougb. It is a doctor's prescription and has been in use more than fifty years. Adv. VIck's Vap-O-Rub' Salve Relieves by Inhalation and Absorption. No Dosing. No need to take internal medicines or habit . forming drugs for these troubles. When ' Vick'S "Vap-O-Rub" Salve is applied to the heat of the body .soothing, medicated vapors are released that are inhaled all night long through the air passages to the lings. In addition, VIck's is absorbed through the skin, relieving the tightness and soreness. Vick's can be applied over Croup and Pneumonia the throat and chest and covered with a warm flannel cloth or a little put up the nostrils or melt a little in a spoon and inhale the vapors arising. Also for Asthma and Hay Fever, rub Vick's well over the spinal column to relax the nervous tension. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. k The Genuine has Y this Trade Mark" SALVE Save Money on Your Xmas Jewelry Gifts Diamonds Watches Watch Bracelets Bracelets Brooches Chains La Valliers Fobs Baby Bracelets Stick Pins . Cuff Links Rings Emblem Goods White Ivory Toilet Sets Jewel Boxes . Purses Baby Lockets, Etc. AT GUT PRICES See Windows Open "Evenings SAM S. VIGRAN .The Underselling Jeweler 512 Main Street rh -"Practical -(Gift Are th& mies MM feci ated They not only appeal to the pride and ideals of the recipient, but re flect the good taste and refinement of the giver as well. Comforts 98c to $2.98. Blanket Robes $1.98. i Knit Skirts 50c to 2.00. Outing Skirts 25c and 50c. . Boys' Waists 25c and 50c. Silk. for Dresses and Waists. Dress Goods 25c to $1.50 per yard Corduroy 50c to $1.00. Costume Velvet $1.00. Art Linens. Table Linen. 25c to $1.50 per yard. Napkins $1.00 to $4.00 per dozen. Fancy Linen and 25c. Towels 50c Better Shoe Valuei Come On Boys and Girls Insist That Dad should have Old Santa bring you a pair of Teeple's Better made shoes for your Xmas gift. If you need a new pair now, tuen come at once. We have big values at, per pair. $1.50 to $3.00 WE SERVE YOU BETTER. 710 Main Street 1 TOILET GASES BIG ASSOlRTMIEfT IVORY MANICURE SET ICY-HOT French and American, Fitted Vacuum Bottles Comb, Brush, Mirror. Ivory and Pearl $1.25 to $5.00 Separate Pieces $1.00 to $10.00 ' TOILET WATER SHAVING MIRRORS uettmsS Big Assortment in Big Assortment Gem Xmas Boxes $1.50 to $7.00 Ever Ready. COME SEE OUR LINE OF GIFTS APPRECIATED A, Go LUJMEM & C(D). 630 MAIN STREET Turkish Towels, special at 25c and 50c. Spreads at 98c to $5.00. Men's Slippers 50c to $1.50. Ladies Slippers 50c to $1.50. . .. Childrens' Slippers. Men's Dress Shoes" $2.00 to $4.00. ; Ladies' Dress Shoes, $2.00 to $3.50 - Men's, Ladles, Boys' and Girls' Rubbers. Toys Dolls at 25c to $3.00. Handkerchief Box Sets Hosiery Box Sets Suspenders Box Sets Belt and Purse Box Sots 1 MenB Tie Box Sets Fancy Combs Jewelry of all kinds " 1 Men's Ties 25c and 50c. Men's Suspenders 25c and 50c. Ladles' Kid Gloves. $1.00 to $1.50. Ladies' Cloth and Knit Gloves at 25c and 50c. - Furs, all kinds. Feather Boas $L29 and $1.9$. at IM Men's Cloth and Gloves, 25c and 50c. Knit Men's Kid Gloves. 50c and $1.00. Men's Belts, 25c and 50c. Men's Silver Brand Collars. Men's Umbrellas. $1.00 to $5.00. Ladies' Umbrellas, $1.00 to $3.50. Children's Umbrellas. 50c. 75c and $1.00. Sweater Coats for Men and Women, 50c to $6.00. Men's Cardigan Jackets, black, navy, green, light and : dark oxfords. Men's Hosiery. 10c to 50c. Ladies' Hosiery. black, white and colors, at 25c to $1.50. Knit Starf Sets at $1.0. $1.50 and $1.9S. T-eopard and Tiaer Scarf and Cap Sets at $1.9S. - Knit Caps at 50c. Knit Scarfs at 50c." Ladles Leather Purses, fancy lined, mirror, etc. Men's Raincoat?. Ladies Raincoats Boys' Raincoats Girls Raincoats - Men's Shirts. 50c and $1. Men's Night Shirts. 50c 1o $1.00, in muslin and outing. Men's Underwear' -Jdiea' Xnderwear Children's Underwear Boys' Underwear Men's Suits Boys' Suits Men's Pants Boys' Pants Blankets. 50c to $7.5'1 , "The New Better Value Store.' 918 MAIN STREET. PHONE 2068. EAuLIIFF'S North Ninth Street Out of High Rent District SANTA HAS LEFT HUNDREDS OF GIFTS WITH US I Jil SPECIAL XvJMl PRICES 3iri this Diamond Rings In plain and fancy mountings: these are very good stones of which you may fec-1 perfectly safe in presenting al Fpccial $5.00 S15.C0 S25.00 110 Bracelet Watch. 20 yr. special at. . ... . 8.75 $14 Bracelet Watch. Waltham or Klein. 20 yr. special at $13 50 Bracelet Watch; 20-year special at $12.00 itch; 20-year $10.75 n R-day Parlor Clocks dQ f7fT f with striker, special POlO DIAMOND LA VALUER This is a bog special and which will make an excel (J J rTfr lent gift at P4I O Others mora elaborate and with larger stones up to $45.00 ;&aar'4pcto$i gy?.!': $6.50 up Hand Painted AC . lT? China Plates.. 45C to ODC Initial Salts and Peppers in hand painted China, ape- Q elal at per pair OOC Solid Gold Laval- (Jf) it liers, special at. P4DU UP Fountain Pen Special, sterling encased 14 Kt. Pen. absolutely guaranteed, special pjjQ (Large bottle of ink with patent filler attached with each pen) 8 Day Mahogany Clock ; Special . $6 to $10 Rogers & Hamilton Triple Plat ed Knives and Forks, per dozen S2.75 Rogers Bros. 184? hollow handle Knives and Forks. (Per tn QQ special, per doz. INDIVIDUAL TEASPOONS A Teaspoon makes excellent gifts. . as we sell hundreds each year. We ' have them 60c up.