Newspaper Page Text
liie ulcl.monu i aiiauium, fnonuay, June U, iSUu
r c-iz t Hraw :yclo: Cte .whirls that energy, nerveless, own pnys- i .v ana r Worry Hurry, like $ c you alone at a quickly exhausts -; and leaves you wretched, broken icah wreck. IWorrv accorfolishes the name results in another wav. It drags you thipugh the dark, gloomy tunnel of forbodings, wrecks your ne ves and breaks down the cons) tution. Then don't hurry; don't worry. But 'ou will; and your nerveless exhausted con dition brings leadaches, neu ralgia, heart, stomach, liver and kidney tro tbles. The thing to do is : Strengthen the nerves with Dr. Miles' Nervine. 'Six months I wu bdfast with nervoua prostration. I had sinking pells, a cold, cltmr feeling-, couldn't land the Uhtat noise. At time I would almost fly to pieces; stomach very weak. My husband insisted on my taking- Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I began to improve before I had finished the first bottle, and to-day I am en tirely cured." ; MRS. JOSTCPH BNTDER, 14 Hudson SU. Tiffin. O. Dr. Miles' Nervine la sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he will refund your money. ' Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind THE CHICAGO, CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE R. R. . (THE NEW WAV) Effective May 20th, 1906. EAST BOUNP. Leave TMehmond M Cottage Orove. Arrive Cincinnati Arrives from the East. Leave Cincinnati. . .... Cottage drove.... Arrive Klobmourt A. M. tV.M. P.M V 05 ( 00 TU t ii 4 40 8 81 11 so a to io is a. m. fr.'M. I P.M i . 8 40 (0 6 30 10 10 0 10 8 10 10 to 6 69 8 6u WEST BOMJ. Leave ftlcbmond " Muncle Arrive Marlon... ' Peru . Griffith Chicago "A. M. I 10 48 11 H7 IS 62 1 48 A f 00 7 00 . Arrives from the West. 1 a. m . Leave Chicago. Leave Peru , Arrive Richmond 8 00 0 05 r.M. a ic 8o 8 82 P M 14 an 5 obi a p.h 8 60 10 10 11 03 It 00 ft M 4 40 r as Dally, tnally except only, a Runs to Urlfil - qunaay. The 10.46 am. train from .direct connection at Ort! a rutin inruoion(o, arnvi . All eait-bounrt trains m tlon at Cottage Grove wiui C. 11. a t. (or uxrora. aa run ion. LdDeriyajonnersvllle and Husbvllle. I For further InformatlonEregardlng ratei 6 A. BLAIR. Home Phone 44. J. nday. s Sunday U dally exceot Ichmond makes tb with Grand Chicago 7 p. m. e direct conneo Pasa. and Ticket Agt. THE DAYTON ?WESTERII TRACTIOIGO. In effect May 5. 906. Subject to change without uoticft - MAIN (LINE ... I am am AMj nrFsrPTt RlehHl Lv 6.60 .f 8.oo and 8.00 o.yo u.oo Eaton Ar. 8A0 f 60 8.4fvery 84 6.67 11.68 W.Alex 7.05 8.06 8.6 hour 8.68 lo.i u.15 Dayton " hop . n.oVintU 10.00 u.oo " mew PAind drAnch (through service) Leave Richmond foi New Parle. 6:50, 6:45, 8:20, 910. 10:00. 11:20, a. m., 12:20, 1:20. 1:20. 3:00, 4:20, 5:20. 6:20, 7:20, 8:80, 9:55 and 11:00 P. M. I Tranefere at New Weatvllle. Direct connection.! at 'Dayton with "Lima Limited" trains for Troy, Piqua and Lima, leaving JUchmond at 5:50. 9:00. 12:00 a. m.. and 3:00 p. m. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P., C. C. & St L. for points north and south. At West Alexandria with Cin cinnati Northern ft. R. for points north and south. At Dayton with elec tric lines diverging for Troy, Fiqufc, Sidney. Lima. Xenla. Springfield. Co lcaabus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further information call Home Phone 269. ( Arrangements fo parties, special cars, etc, call phone or write C. O. BAKER, o. P. and P A., West Alex andria, O. 1 MARTIN SWISHER. Agent r-- '.I SUNDAY EXCURSION imiRAJESmm VIA J Dayton & Western J Dayton and Return, . Eaton and Return, L.00 .60 4 every Sunday until further notice. : 2 000000 6 0000 O CREAM TOWHIP O f-Aa; EXTRA HAVY. O TRtLA lllMT. O PH0T5f292. O HADLEY BROS. O O o o 00000000000 MAKES A PROTEST AGAINST PROJECT (Continued from Page 5.) main unmolested than to sell at any figure which might be offered and paid me. In other words my place of busi ness is not for sale, though with every inconvenience thrown about my prop erty the value of it for any manufact urlng purpose is reduced almost to nothing. My ground with its improve ments and with the cost that would be incurred in any move I might make will total more than $20,000. The Hoosler plant, however, does not de sire nor does it intend to purchase my property until the Board of Public Works of this city shall officially close Fourteenth street. Then I am at that company's mercy and whatever is off ered I must take or else continue in business there under severe handi caps. I have asked the Board of works but one thing, viz: Not to or der Fourteenth street vacated until some agreement is reached between the Hoosier Drill Company and myself regarding the valuation of my prop erty. I have been told that it was the disposition of the American Seeding Machine Company to treat me fairly and with some consideration in this matter. No such disposition has been made manifest to me. I was Informed by that company a few days ago that they had nothing to offer me; that tb.5 Board of Public Works had the matter in hand and that whatever damages resulted to me, would sbe decided upon by the board'. That is another propo sition. The damages which might be awarded me by the Board of Public Works will be insignificant as com pared with the destruction of the val uation of my property. The Hoosier company has made promises as to what it will do in return for the val uation concession that the city will give. Undoubtedly the Hoosier needs more room. The workmen are crowd ed, elbow td elbow almost, but ad ditional factory space can be utilized to advantage without the employment of a single extra man. The city is to give the company a valuable conces sion without binding the company to perform its part of the agreement. Every safe guard Is to be thrown aside to favor the Hoosier, but up to the present not a single 'consider ation has been shown to my requests. The Hoosier plant is one of the city's best and largest manufacturing estab lishments. It should be entitled to every fair consideration but the city should not, I believe, inadvertently or otherwise be a party to the plan of crushing the life out of other con cerns smaller in size, though legally entitled to all the rights of larger concerns. I have only asked that the Hoosier company in ruining the actual valuation of my property compensate me to that extent. I do not wish to hinder nor to "hold up" the company. Understanding full well that the Board of Works will close Fourteenth street, no matter what my rights in the premises may be, the Hoosier company therefore realizes that there is no need to even make me an offer for my property. Once the Board of Works, close Four teenth street then and there the Hoosier has me at its mercy and I am left absolutely without recourse and must remain hemmed up or sac rifice my property value and accept any offer they shall make. There is every evidence to warrant the belief and the statement that the city of Richmond will not lose the Hoosier Drill plant even If Fourteen th street is not vacated. The com pany made its purchase of property north of the railroad tracks before It had even proposed to the city to Close Fourteenth street It expected at that time and expects now that If the street is not vacated to utilize this ground. By building a new sructure directly across the street east from the present plant, the two structures can be bridged . and its business conducted with litle incon venience, and without damaging other manufacturers in the vicinity. In closing I desire simply to say that the stories to the effect that the Hoosier has offered me extravagant prices for my property or that any sum . whatever .has ever been offered me as a "purchase price for my prop erty are absolutely" untrue. On June 1, I made Mr. James Carr an offer to sell him my ground with improve ments for less money than I could duplicate the same. Mr. Carr abso lutely refused to consider my prop osition. Then I asked him to make me an offer for the property. He absolutely refused to do this. also. He slmoly added that the matter was in the J "Ms of the Board of Public Works, and that the Board would fix my damage. If Mr. Carr as the rep resentative of the American Seeding Machine Company, refuses to treat with. me now, prior getting what he wants from the city, what may I ex pect after he has secured his con cessions? If the American Seeding Machine Company is going to deal fairly with the small manufacturer, as they promise, why won't they do it before they get their wants grati fied? And if they won't do it now, will they do it after they have gotten what they want and I have no re course? The time to make terms is before the deal is closed, when all stand equal, not after one party has been given the whip hand and put In position where it can dictate. In stead of negotiate. I want the Hoos ier Drill to be given a square deal, and I want a square deal given me. I am not trying to hold them up but I am trying to prevent them from "squeezing' me. It will hurt this town more in its future growth and reputation, to kill off small manufact urers to please big corporations, than it will to make big corporations deal fairly with their , neighbors, which is all I am asking. I submit my . case to the people. In the hope they will interest them selves In behalf of a scuare deal. Yours Very Respectfully, , r John A. Evans, Quaker City Machine Works. SEASONABLE FUNCTION Greenafork Comes to the Front With "Shirt Waist" Cotillion for Next Saturday Evening. Greensfork has set the style for a seasonable dancing party. Invitations have been received by numerous Rich mond people which read as follows; SHIRT WAIST BALL, To be Given in Gaylor's New Auditorium, At Greens Fork, Ind., SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 16, 1906. (From 8 to 12) Music by White & Wilson Com bination. (With Up-to-Date Minute Music. HONOR FOR MISS ALF0NTE Former Milton Young Woman Dis tinguished in Music and Other Educational Lines. PallAdhMi Special. Milton, Ind., June 10. Miss Paul ine Alfonte was the honor graduate of the '06 high school class at South Bend. Being one of the city's most talented violinists. Her valedictory was a violin solo for which she was accorded an ovation and a call before the curtain. It is seldom that per sons talented to a marked degree in music excel in other lines of educa tion, but Miss Alfonte enjoys that dis tinction. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Ewens of Mil ton. The Alfontes formerly lived her. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Palladium Special. Cambridge City, June 10. Miss Ruth Pyle of Goodwin, Kan., and Miss Charlotte Newman visited Mrs. New man at Milton yesterday. Mrs. J. P. Blue entertained the Daughters of Rebecca at her home yesterday on Fourth street, where they spent a very enjoyable after noon. Mrs. Burkett of Chicago is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phil LaFevre this week. The fire at the Cambridge City Ce ment Works Friday morning was caused by burning grass along the rail road track. There was practically no loss. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wheeler en tertained a number of their friends from Milton, Bentonvllle and this city at cards Thursday evening at their home on Mulberry street. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sizelove of Bentonvlle, Mrs. L. Beeson, Mrs. Will Wallace and Mrs. Lafe Beeson of Milton. Miss Stella Neff of Germantown was the guest of friends in this city yes terday. Next Wednesday the Rathbone Sis ters of Connersville will hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Lee Pitman on Fourth street. Miss Daisy King of Centerville was the guest of friends in this city Thurs day evening. Mrs. J. Brooks and daughter are the guests of Mrs. A. Miller at Conners ville this week. Bryan - Boyd was in Losantville on business Thursday. Joseph Murray of Muncle is the guest of Simeon Crockett this week. Elihu Mills was visiting friends in Straughns Station yesterday. Mrs. George Peet of Indianapolis is visiting ,Thps. Peet ond family for a lew aays. CENTERVILLE. (Palladium Special. Centerville, June 10. The Woman's Home Missionary Society of the M. E. church met with Mrs. Wilbert Bertsch on Thursday afternoon." There was a full attendance of members and sev eral' visitors. After the opening ex ercises the subject for the day namely "The Mission Field" was taken up for discussion, led by Mrs. Ella Dunbar, followed by several members. This was the occasion for opening the 'mite boxes. A little over ten dollars was the amount announced by the com mittee as the mite savings of the past year. It was announced by the treas urer that the amount pledged by this Society to the "Silver Offering" had been secured. During the social time which followed, delightful refresh ments were served. Miss Laura Bert sch assisted as hostess. ,. Mrs. Cynthia Tuttle, the mother of Mrs. Benjamin B. Custer, who has been a helpless Invalid for years has been confined to her bed for several days past Prof, and Mrs. F. W. Lough, temper ance lecturers, were entertained at dinner on Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Wilson, on East Walnut St Mrs. C. B. Nichols is improving her residence on Main street by having a front veranda built Normal Work at Earlham Cortege. A special, feature of the Summer School work at Earlham College will be the work in the common branches, Grammar, Physiology, History, Arith metic and Reading. Each class wiU be in the hands of an expert " Stu dents will become familiar with the new text books, recently adopted Mr use next year. Five dollars will pay the tuition in all the subjects above, for the entire term of six weeks. The summer term begins June 19. Apply for information to President Kelly, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana. 29-6t Palladium Want Ads Pay. A Love Newspaper c St p fir em 1. mkJ AS OIA1ACTEI The Only Saleliind i( ilavc in the House HAVE YOU EVER puSED TO THINK of the influence of a newspaper in your home? It is a daily companionfor better, for worse. It not only colors your own thoughts, but helps to form the characters of your children and to shape their lives for good or ill. The only kind of newspaper that is safe to have in the house is one that has character one that you can trust as a family friend one that your daughter may. read as freely as your son. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM publishes that kind of a paper every week day. It .has been the' constant aim of the present management to make the PALLADIUM the best" and newsiest paper in Richmond; to make it a paper worthy its long and glor ious past. THE BEST NEWSPAPER costs no more money than a poor one, while the sensational, sneering or untruthful paper costs more in evil effects than any man or woman can afford to risk. THE PALLADIUM tells the news of the whole world in a spirit of good will, good humor, independence and justice. It tells the truth smiling. That is why it has become the greatest family paper in Wayne county. " j A SUPERB NEWS SERVICE. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM'S NEWS SERVICE employs the largest number of re-over porters in Richmond, and the largest number of correspondents scattered Wayne county. To its Own corps of keen-eyed news gatherers is added the vast news service of the Publishers Press Association, covering every part of the inhab ited world. Why not get the benefit of this trained army of experts' yourself by reading the daily PALLADIUM? FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD. THE EDITORIAL COLUMNS OF THE PALLADIUM are shaped by one controlling idea the public good. This paper is Republican in politics, standing for what is best in its party regardless of any special cliques, or factions. It is for such men as Presi dent Roosevelt and Senator Beveridge, and against such betrayers of a people's trust as Senator Aldrich or Senator Depew. BEST PAPER FOR BUSINESS MEN. 1 THE FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTS of the PALLADIUM are so compre hensive and trustworthy that hundreds of farmers and busjhess men prefer thf paper to all others on this account. The market reports Are more complete and authoritiye than any other in Richmond or vicinity. THE DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS is a good test of the tone of a paper. The PALLA DIUM prints all the sporting news worth reading, but bars out objectionable matter. and gives preference to wholesale amateur and collegesports in the season. : I THE DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL COLUMNS are written byseasoned crities who know how to make their writings newsy as well as authormive. The result Is that their critiques areW only sound, but also interesting. WOMEN AS WELL AS MEN. WOMEN PREFER THE PALLADIUM because it confeins more things of real interest to them than any other paper. Its suggestions or the household and boudoir, its so ciety columns, its rfeligious news, its fashions, receipts and menus, these are some of the attractions f ok feminine readers, he whole paper is written for women as well as for men. TryUt and see. THE CARTOONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS always have been of a high order, helping to make Thi PALLADIUM was the first naner in RirhmnnH id one which could be appreciated by men and each page attractive to the eye. a H 10 insiaii a aany cartoon si women alike. service, THE PALLADIUM HAS, A LARGE CIRCULATION among the intelliaent Deoole of Richmond and the surrounding country. A goes into more than 2,100 homes every week day, and this number is constantly increasing. WHY? Because it is a great, clean, live newspaper of character ed purpose. Because it wears well as a friend in the home. Right now is the best time to make it a regular morning visitor at your door if it isn't such already. ' .. ' s- Read The Richmond Palladium For All flie News of The", lay.