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The Richmond Palladium, Wednesday, June 20, 1906.
A Valuable Agent. Tho grlyccrine employed In Dr. Pierc' medicines ftreatiy enhances the medi- ,"nal properties which it extracts and i Jds in solution much better than a lcv hoi would. It also possesses medieinr.l properties of Its own, being a valuaf li demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and anti- , ferment. It adds greatly to the ellicacy of tho Black Cherry bark, .Golden tSeal root. Stone root and Queen's root, con tained in "Golden Medical Discovery" in subduing chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial, throat and lung affections, for all of which these agents are recom mended by standard medical authorities. In all cases where there is a wasting awav of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak stomach, as in tho early 6tages of consumption, there can bo no doubt that ' glycerine acts as a valuable nutritive and aids the Golden Weal root. Stone root,. Queen's root and Black Cherrybark in promoting digestion and building up the yftcxhand strength, controlling the cough und bringing about a healthy condition of the whole system. Of course, it must not be, expected to work miracles. It will 'lot cure consumption except in Its earlier stages. It will cure very severe, obstin ate, chronic coughs, bronchial and laryn geal troubles, and chronic sore throat with hoarseness. In acute coughs it is sot so effective. It is in the lingering coughs,. or those of long standing, even wkM accompanied by bleeding from loafs, that it has performed its. most marvelous cures. Send for and read the little book of extracts, treating of the rtics and uses of the several med u.u'ai. roots that enter Into Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and learn why this medicine has such a wido range of Application in the cure of diseases. It is Snt free. Address Dr, R. V. Pierce, uffalo, N. V. The "Discovery" con tains no alcohol or harmful, habit-forming drug. Ingredients all printed on each bottle wrapier in plain English. Sick pnople, especially thoso suffering from diseases of long standing, are invitnu to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence is held as strictly private End sacredlv confidential. Address Dr. i. V. Pierce Buffalo. N. Y. Dr. Pierce' Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of, etamurlo pay expense of mailing on?y. fcena 21 one-cent stamps lor paper-coveredfr 31 stamps lor cloth- bound copy. News of the Neighborhood S. M LyfT 9 S. 6th St. MAKER f ineJCabinet Work and Repairing. CLIFFORD O. KESSLER 1018. J1MN STREET INNER General Job Wfcrk A Repairing. H W. O'LEARY A IIW I I Ml t mviklianuiti A full Uifl of Fruit, Vegetables. " o Candies! 'I CiRars, Tobacco and GrocerielJ FREE DELIVERY. During the past omoiatea i tb Tou know t work. lfyonVIn of yourweedi 7 i B0 months we have the weddings of prominent Brides rif Richmond k them about onr the musical vrogram rtlstlo and complete, Call up Jet. No. 1806 Tet-ram iSoncert Qnartet HAGERSTOWN. Palladium Special. HageT8town, June 19. (Spl.) Claude Peirce and Fred Benbow were visiting lady friends in Cambridge City Sunday. Harry Kooster of Cambridge was here Sunday. A good crowd attended Red Men's decoration here Sunday. Music was furnished by I. O. O. R. M. Band and Hagerstown quartet. Miss Olive Chapman and sister of Cambridge City were here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hicks visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Huddleston and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Woodard of Cam bridge City Sunday. Rush Bowman, of Richmond has been visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.' Woel and daugh ter Eva attended ..decoration at Greens fork. Mr. i Canady of New Castle were .he ing their parents Mr. and Mrslfo Canady. Miss Scuta Bowman of Richmond was here to decoration Sunday. Messrs Marry Hatfield and Ray mond Swallow of Greensfork were guests of friends here Sunday. Dorothy Rheinegger entertained a small party of young people at her home Sunday evening. Ray Weaver of Richmond has been visiting here. Miss Mable Abraham of Indianapo lis has returnedto her home after a short visit with Miss Eva Roller. H. Shorter of Richmond was here on business Monday. Miss Mable Teeter was shopping in Richmon Monday. T. B. Allen is making a business trip to Indianapolis this week. Loren Helmsing lineman of the Citizens Telephone Co. of this city was struck on the head and arm by a falling telephone pole, the Injuries therefrom causing him to postpone business for some time. Mrs. Mary Roe Dead. Chester, Ind., June 19, (Spl) Mrs. Mary Roe of Sterling, Illinois, mother of Mrs. Will Jordan of this place died at that place Tuesday. The fu neral took place- Thursday owing to poor health Mrs. Jordan was unable to go. FOUNTAIN CITY. Fountain City., Ind., June 19. (Spl) Miss Florence Schroeder of Rich mond was here visiting friends Sun day. Miss Fannie Townsend of Earlham Sundayed with Rollie Collins and family. Children's Day was observed last Sunday evening at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Coggeshall have moved In Charley Arnett's property in the west part of town. C. E. Keever will be In his new store room by the last of the week, where his friends will all be made welcome. Miss Eva Charles of Earlham spent Saturday and Sunday with her par ents, Wilson Charles and family. Mrs. Ann Reece or Centerville is here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lin Reece and daugh ter entertained Sunday for dinner. Mrs. Ann Reece of Centerville and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Woolman. Next Sunday evening will be Chil dren's Day at New Garden. DUBLIN. Dublin, Ind., June 19. (Spl.) Mrs. Everett of Richmond was visiting her mother, Mrs. Dr. Taylor, last week. S. B. Huddleston wTio has lately ac cepted a general agency of a scissors manufacturing firm, of Boston. Mass., has lately had a cash order for $118 worth of goods for his various agents. Mrs. Maybelle Swartzell of Holly wood, Los Angeles county, California, is here on a visit to her old home and friends. Graduated Down East. Dublin, Ind., June 19. (Spl) Dr. Frank Mlchell who has been at Ever ton for several years practicing has lately returned from Philadelphia, where he graduated. While there his wife was staying here with her mother. GREENSFORK. ..WrfLL PAPER.. fine lije Graduating Presents. TBADIKQ STAUra Mocrmann's Book Store 620 Maw St. THE RICHMOND f NO. JO North 8th St. J . - - ."J For Marie cooKea .. Tooa ana id PI'. . . . V . ... . .. . IS Mbest trade ovfiy. Business Men'sK munch our specialty. Mi Setting Mrchines... EPAIRS and SUPPLIES. M. Lacey 718 MAIN ST. I HoYA Phone 1242 Greensfork, Ind., June 19. (Spl) Miss Laura Roller of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here. Master George Tarklesbn Is visit ing relatives at New Castle. Mrs. Sue Gayler and Miss Clarice Foster of Richmond spent Sunday at home. "The Ladies Cemetery Association will give an ice cream festival next Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. T. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fa gan, Miss Hazel and Hugh Fagan of Jacksonburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Nicholson. Misses Jeannette and May Lamb, have returned from Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Oler and Miss Verna Stinchcomb of Economy, spent Sunday at Dr. J. D. Kerr's. Chas. Kienzle and Jesse Bond of Richmond spent Sunday with their parents. ' The U. B. Quarterly meeting was held at Sugar Grove, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weyls and sons of Economy were guests of Ed Hatfield, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ves Bish have re turned to New Paris after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Florence Bish. The Children's Day exercises of the M. E. Sunday School Sunday evening were well rendered and a large audi ence was present. Miss Alpha Mustard of Richmond spent Sunday with friends here.' Mrs. Will Roller and daughter, Helen are spending a few days with Mrs. Eli Milllkan of Marlon. Miss Reba Stutson has returned from Vassar College and is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stutson. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Stogleman en tertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilson of Cambridge City, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cox and son, Harley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nolder and son and Miss Marie Reed of Richmond. CHESTER. Chester, Ind., June 19. (Spl) Mrs. Eliza Barber, of Huntington Is visit ing Lee Bunkers. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hunt Sunday. Ben Martin and family, Bert Green and family and N. W. Martin and wife Alexander Martin, picnicked here Sunday coming from their homes In Richmond early Sunday morning. Vernon Reed and wife of Richmond are visiting at John Reed's. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall. Mr.- and Mrs. Louis Sieweke, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Webster were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Par rish at Fountain City Sunday. Emma Kendall, Herbert and Clara Kendall are 'at home for vacation. Children's Day was very prettily observed at Chester M. E. church Sunday. THE REID FAMILY REUNION Tenth Gathering of Family Held at Home of W. B. Reid Near New Paris A Barn Dinner. NEW PARIS. Strawberry.. Season 1 Fresh bffries, per qt. JOc Canning! 3 qts for 25c Ra'bemes, per box, JOc Aionwerdtrs faithfully filled and plomfl; delivered. . . RlctfO TEA, COFFEE AND GROCERY CO. Phone 138 :. i 715 Main St. New Paris, O., June 19. (Spl.) Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wilcox spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hazeltine in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garretson visit ed Richmond friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner and fam ily visited friends here Sunday. Mr. Clarence Goodrich of Liberty, Ind., visited friends here on Sunday. Mrs. Caroline McNeill and daughter Nelle entertained at dinner Sunday, Capt. J. H. Fee of Adrian, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. James McNeill, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ireton and Miss Jessie Mc- Nellle of Richmond. Miss Ruth Miller has returned from Miami University, Oxford, for the sum mer vacation. Mr. Levi Laures has commenced painting the residence of D. F. Reln- heimer on S. Washington street. The stone and cement work on the veranda of Mrs. Miller's residence has been completed and makes a very pretty appearance. Membership of Fifty. Chester, Ind., June 19. (Spl.) The Ladies Union Aid meeting gave a re ception Saturday evening in honor of the Society having reached a mem bership of fifty. The guests were the husbands and friends of the mem' bers. A good program was given. Re freshments were served. The evening New Paris, O., June 19. (Spl.) The tenth reunion of the Reld familv was held at the beautiful country home of W. B. Reid Sunday. A large number were present and the elegant dinner was spread in the big barn. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller, Mr. and Mrs. 4Adam Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lewis and family. Mr. Will Clark and son. Reid. Mrs. H. N. Clark of Richmond. Mr. Chas Reid. and son, Marry, Mr. and Mrs. Burt D. Reid and Mrs. Milton Hill of New Madison, Mrs. Allen Holderman of Camden, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reid and family, of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Lute Reid and child, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reid, JrJ Mr. and Mrs. . W. B. Reid, Mrs. D. E. Reid of Hutchinson, Kansas, Mr. G. J. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Murray, Misses Edith Mullen. Ruth Miller, Ethel Muller and Carrie Reid and Master Marion Muller. The Mas ter Marion Miller. The next reunion will be held at the country home of G. J. Reid near CampTellstown next year. MIDDLEBORO. Middle boro, June 19. (Spl) Chil dren's Day was well attended and a grand success. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wesler and daugh ter, Virginia, took dinner at Orville Boyd's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clark and nephew, Harry Little, spent Sunday with Joe Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Ros. Marine and little son, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Danner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. WTilliam Townsend re turned home Saturday, after a two weeks' fishing trip at Walcot, Ind. The Rev. Ruly gave a short talk to the children Sunday morning, there be ing noservice in the afternoon, on ac count of the all day meeting at Pleas ant Hill. Miss Edith Kyle entertained Miss Lucy McEldowny Sunday. Rev. Ruly's two sons took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cox Sunday. Iff f X f Mr V v w,,4-t Jvr- f V.iVSf.v' f C GOVERNOR A. B. CUMMINS OF IOWA. Governor Cummins, who has created Wttle storms in Iowa and national politics by bis advocacy of reciprocity and outspoken criticism of the corpora tion Influence In public affairs, has recently come into the limelight again be cause of his denunciation of Chairman Elkius of the senate interstate com merce committee, whom he has termed "a railroad senator." Cummins waa born in Pennsylvania in 1850 and is serving his second term as governor. VIOLATION OF AHTI-TRUST LAW Harvester Company Suffered to Pay Fines Aggregating $20,000. A COMPROMISE AFFECTED VERY PECULIAR SETTLEMENT OF A PECULIAR CASE WHICH HAD ITS ORIGIN IN ARKANSAS RECENTLY. Publishers' Press Chicago, June 19. The Internation al ! Harvester Company has admitted that it was violating the antiturst laws of the State of Arkansas, and agreed to settle by paying fines to the amount of $20,000 and costs ag gregating $5,000 in addition. The compromise was arrived at in a conference at the Wesley Hospital, where Attorney Henry Trimsted is recovering from an operation. He is the trust's lawyer at Little Rock. The settlement marked the end of the proceedings begun here by Attorney General R. L. Rogers, of Arkansas, in which it was the intention to Intro duce evidence before a special cam mission appointed to representfAr kansas that the Harvester CoippaSiy was a trust and a monopoly.ftd Had taken measures to drive from the state competitors in the mSufacture of agricultural implements. The Crops at Dublin. Dublin, Ind., June 19. (Spl.) Wheat Is doing fine and corn seems to doing its best to make up for losses so tar. Hay will be short and oats also A Big Cherry Crop. Dublin, Ind., June 19. (Spl.) Never has there been such a bountiful cherry crop for Dublin as the present season. VUDOR Chair Hammffcks go on any porch that., is thrp feet wide. They are suppomed frn above and occupy only twolincbs of flat wall space when not iVe. Get one of Nolte & Kemper. 19-20. fidSTlPATIOH For over nln Tear. I anffnraiil writH 1iiia HpBtion and during this time 1 bad to tnke aa injection of warm water once every 2t hour before I could have an action on my bowela. Happily I tried Cascarets. and today I am a well man Dunne the nine years before I used Cascants offered untold misery with internal piles. Thanki to you 1 am free from all that this morning. Yoa caa nae tula iu behalf of anffering humanity." B. i Fisher, fioauobt- XU. Best For The Dowels Candy cathartic Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Taste OrTSd, Do Ooo ever Sicken. Weaken or Grin. liif 5(V Nov Old in bnlk. The genuine tablet fmped C O uaranteed to cure or your moneyjMtck. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicgo or N.Y. Cc KN UAL SALE, TEN riiU0H BOXE TT? rcr place Anlrr TVicr? ot 4, and Wednesday. 4, Will pay $1.00 per bushel. I Phone 292. II AD LEY BROS, t iS J1 j1 J" "J "I 't1 41 'J "t" "fc "1" 'J' "J "t" 't1 'l1 $ WE WILL I A FULL LINE t Z .FIREWOR! A Jfm A & jtL jm. TTTTrwT'r HAfE ! 2&F t fs.. i . A At WhoIeIalrIces. Colored Firt aspecialty. Z QUIGLEYSf BABYLON 413 N. 8th. Phone 145 CITY AND COUNT! Real Estate Transfers. Ruth Ann Ratliff to Ida E. Mash meyer, the north half of lot 2 in James McNeill's subdivis ion of lots 49-56 in Kiat part of the city laid out by Robert, Brown and others $1450 Samuel Knees to Peter Surface 32 feet off the north side of lot 10 in Price and Ferguson's ad dition to Richmond $1400 K. of P. Decoration. New Paris, June 19. (Spl.) The Knights of Pythias decorated the graves of their brothers in Springlawn Sunday. The order met at the lodge rooms and marched In a body to the cemetery, where there was speaking by A. B. Davis of Eaton. A large num ber of visiting knights from Richmond and Eaton were present. Was Hurt by a Fall. Fountain City. Ind.. June 19. (Spl) Wilson Charles while walking on a slippery walk last week fell and hurt himself and has not been able to walk since. If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which .most people will overlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside, look over the classified advertisements. mm sr" r r t - m The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, in use for over 30 years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under his per- ffij sonal supervision since its infancy All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but; Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups , It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You HaYe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Thc ocktaum company, rv mukhav rcrr. Ncwvoaa err. EE y It paints far. hey ever used, on to handle It or bother DRY GOODS DEPART Choice of any parasol f White, Wash belts 10 a Ladies White Shirt Wail $3.00. White Wash dress Ski and at the right prices. Pictorial Review Patterns on sale. 0 13. $1.00. It. k pidhds nos sMtnps lOcts. i orto rubbjfrs mM . 4ent. - lr onl$1.98. Id 15s. THURSDAY'S SPECIA Home Grown Potatoes large and smooth, one day only per Fresh eggs per doz. 17cts. No. 1 good country butter per pound 18cts. PAINT: PAINT: Best paint in the city, the people who have used ther and has a better gloss and finish to it than any pai ly to introduce, it goes at per gal $1.00. FLOUR SIFTERS: FLOUR SIFTERS? They hold 50 pound sack of flour. You do rot h with it at $1.50 each. 19 pounds granulated, 20 pounds A or 21 3 qts hand picked Navy Beans wi'.fj 30 sta 3 qts Peas with 30 stamps 30cts. 1 pound Borax with 12 stamps 15cts. 1 pound famous Model Soda with 10 HAM-BUTTS: HAM-BUTTS: Just what you want for breakfast Mason Jars In qts or pints per doz The new Jar the Vacuum, no keep fruit indefinitely, per XC $1.00. 30cts. . boil and slice cold, per lb I5cts, no sealing wax, the only Jar to th the long or short sleeves from $1.00 to n all the new materials, exceptional values HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Purchases. Free Delivery. New Phone, 1079; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 41 1-413 Main Street. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. ir" THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM IS ESSENTIAlikYthenreatest-county- paper published in Richmond. Going to press at three '-fbrty-fiVeevery rooming the PAULABIU:.! is issued in time to make every rural route reachecMjyTTiomingiWrVtheceufity. Double Other Papers' Rural tate GnsuJacn. INTELLEGENT RURAL- ROUJEATROffSve been quick to realize the advantages of receiving a local oer the same?dayHbisipubiisliedandave sulftsriinKJ to the PALLADIUM pyChlng its rural?f 6trteHisHupHiy-ips and bounds, untM now the rPALLADIUM'nas more ryraloutereadf rsthan the-Uier twHocal flsars combined. Reaches4Routers Dauf IPkcon. THE BIGGEST. ARGUMBIT IN GETTING been the fact that the PALLADIUM SilieprjJyj4Wt1ond-paper reachingthemthe same day of publication. Neither of the evening papers of 'Saturday. rekchHh6 rurahrouters until the following Monday. Saturday's PALliADlUM reaches the rural-router on Saturday, and MondayVPALtaOlUMreachesim on that me Saturdayissue of thevehinQHJpersarrives COVMTY CIRClTLrATIOFT C Palladium Want Ads. Pay. was a very pleasant one; The prices are down to low figure,