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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, October 12, 190B.
Page Tweu Trust to Nrlure. A great many AmericAis, both men and women, are thin, palef knd puny, with poor circulation, becaustffthey have ill treated their stomachs Jiy hasty eating ot too much eating, by Consuming alco holic beverasres. or by fho close conn ne- uient to home, office on factory, and 'n consequence the stoma in a natural way betoi must be treated l they can rectify their earner mistake!. loe muscles in many such people, in f ; it in every weary. thin and tnm-Dlooaei person, do tneir iltv. As a result work with great difh fatigue comes early, u lnnir. The demand fi extreme and lasts nutritive aid is ahead of the supply. If To insure perfect t I . I . B 1 a iieaiLn every ussuej uuue, ii v auu muscle should take from the blood cer tain materials and ilturn to it certain others. It is necesn v to DreDare the stomach for the won of takine un from the food wjhat is nece rich. rednoTood. We arv to make i?ood, jnu.t go to Nature for the I remedy, l roots known to tn country Ipfore the ai iere were certain Indians of this ent of the whites which later came id the settlws and whicl the knowledge of are now growing rapidly inl professions favor for the cure of obstinse Ktomacn nd liver troubles. These are found to 11 safe and yet cer and invigorating . liver and blood. tain in their cleansiri effect upoa the s torn ad These ar tJolden leal root. Queen's root. Storki root. HI Wiroot. Mandrake mot. Thi there is Jack Cherrvbark. The medieaial princip W residing in these lacted with glyc native roots when ex erine as a f-alvent mak ine muM rriiauie mic and liver in led in just the in Dr. Pierce's and efficiei stomach vigorator, when com rleht DropoVtions. a Golden Medical Discov y. vv nere mere is bankrupt vitality such as nervous exhaustion, tion and thin blood, tne s vitror and the nerves, blood a he tissues, feel the favorable effect ornTs sovereign remedy. Although some physicians have been aware of the high medicinal value of the above mentioned plants, yet few have used pare glycerine as a solvent and usually the doctors' prescriptions called for the ingredients In varying amounts, icith alcohnl. The "Golden Medical Discovery" is a scientific preparation compounded of the glyceric extracts of the above mentioned vegetable ingredients and contains no alcohol or harmful habit-forming drugs. RICHMOND PLAN BIG FAIR ContInued from page 1) jmembering , charitable Institutions of the city handsomely. The committee lias been given assurance by many fbuslness houses of assisting in the 'movement now contemplated. The Elks have in project within a short time the acquiring of a home of Its own and the proceeds from the coming fair may be set aside as the nucleus of a building fund. The Coli- seum is to be made a place of bo wildering beauty by the Elks for fair ,week and the attractions will be many and of a varied sort, though in 'accordance with established custom with the local Elks, these attractions will be of the highest class. One of the special and unique features plan ned is a vaudeville entertainment which will Include several of the great vaudeville stars from the Keith and Proctor circuits. , The vaude ville entertainment as well as the nightly band concerts will be abso lutely free and in addition to the va rious other attractions to be offered. More regarding the detailed plans of the Elks fair will be given , later on, but in the meantime the Elks are es pecially desirous that the Richmond people should not forget the dates the week of November 19. . Picnickers Rescued. Cass Lake, Minn., Oct. 11. Six resi dents of Cass Lake, marooned since Sunday, pelted by snow and rain and assailed by fierce winds, were found oa Cedar is.laad in Lake Bemldji and rescued. The party was composed, of ' Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burns, Miss Mabel McCurdy and J. E. Seeley. They had had noth ing to eat save a scant luncheon when they went to the island Saturday wis-hf. WILD WITH Emotion Broke Out i Spots AI! Continual c . Over Body Caused Itching for Two Year h Doctor's Medicine Did no Goo h Cured at Expense oF only $1.2 and Now THANKS CUTICUR; FOR COMPJTBURr "'"Some time agoI wrote rem for a book on the Cutcura Re: ies and received it O. K. and went bought the Soap, Ointment, and Pi They did me more good thAn any medi e 1 ever used. 1 hey curat me of in v sk disease, and I am very! thankful to iu. My , which trouble was enfuion of the broke out in xts all over 1 body, which I got and caused a front inual itchii nearly drove ifte wild at tin medicine of a clctor, but it did me, and wheii 1 saw in a pa t cure your book then ad.. I sent to sou for the Cuticu! and I studied! my case in it went to the diig store and bouAt one cake of Cuticula Soan, one box If Cu ticura Ointmc4t, and one vial olCuti- cura Pills. I itm the first applaation I received relief. I used the tiilt set and two extra fakes of Cuticura and was comletely cured. 1 suffered for twp years, and I thank Cuticura mor my cure. wish, vou publish this, friend forever. CI.ideX. Johnson, Grove Farm. R. D2 Walnut, June 15, 1903." nfflJEOMrrcHi Scratch 1 Scratch! Scffifl This is the condition of thousands of skin-tortured men, women, and cliildren, who may be instantly relieved and speedily cored by warm baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle applications of Cuticura Cint tnent, the great Skin Cure, and mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent Pills, "when physicians and all ebe fail. Pol4 throughout th world. Cntienrm Soap, iV.. Oint tnrat, Me Kooivrnt. c. in form of Chocolate Cow4 Flit, Vc. Pr vial of 60,m br had ot ail drupxiou. inala 0tt oftea rum. Potter ltxuf Ciicm. CorpSole -i-Jila gm. -AO About Um Skla. 6calp, as Hair.' TCHING Ml THE GREAT WALSH LETS SPUDS DOWN WITHOUT A SCORE (Continued from Page One. ) passing Walsh and "hitting Eddie Hahn in the face with a hard pitch ed ball filling the bases. Hahn was badly injured and compelled to retire from the game, Tip O'Neill going to right field. Pfeister pulled himself together with a Sox runner on each base, straining to tear for, the plate. Manager-Jones was unable to solve his delivery and after swinging wildly at two raised a weak foul to Kling. Is bell, the hardest hitter of the Sox, was easy for the Cub twirler fanning for the third successive time. Rone Answered Crowd's Request.; Rohe came up with every Sox root er calling for him to win the game as he had the first. Pfeister shot a fast straight one along Rohe's shoulders and the Sox third baseman met it squarely with a smash which spelled defeat for the National League Cham pions. The ball went straight into the left field seats, while Tannehill, Walsh and O'Neill scampered home. Rohe, under the ground rules, was given three bases on the smash. The Cubs had but two Cuances to score. In the first inning, riofman started things going with a single. Sheckard tried to sacrifice but fan ned. Hofman was nipped -trying to steal second. Schulte followed "with a two base hit to left but died on second when Isbell threw Chance out. Cubs Threatening in Ninth. Again in the ninth, the National Leaguers threatened to send a man to the registering place. Gessler was sent to bat for Pfeister. He was sate on a fumble by Isbell, took- second on Hofman's out, Isbell to Donohue and slipped up to third on a wild pitch. A run for the Cubs seemed certain but Walsh pulled himself together and fanned Sheckard and Schulte in succession and the third game of the series was chalked up on the winning side of the Sox ledger. The largest crowd of the series saw the game, 13,667 people paying to see the battle. Great Fielding Stunts. Evers and Tinker pulled off three of the greatest fielding stunts ever witnessed by a Chicago crowd. In the second inning Tinker picked up Rohes terrific smash back of third base and threw, his man out at first. In the fourth, Evers ran clear to the right field foul line and caught llahn's short line fly which looked like a sure single. Again in the fifth he brought down the crowd by making a marvelous --pickup and throw of Rohe's bounder straight ov er second base which had all the marks of a single. Pfeister pulled himself out of a bad hole in the same inning when Dono hue with one out, hit into the right field crowd for three bases. Pfeister caused Dougherty to raise a foul to Kling and fanned Sullivan, The score: White Stockings. R. H. O. A. E. Hahn, rf.. 0 0 0 0 0 O'Neill, rf 10 10 0 Jones, cf 0" 1 1 0 0 Isbell, 2b 0 0 1 4 1 Rohe, Gb .- ..0 10 1 0 Donohue, lb .. .. 0 2 .14 0 0 Dougherty, If.. .. 0 0 0 0 0 Sullivan, c. 0 0 10 3 0 Tannehill, ss.. S. .1 1 0 4 0 Walsh, p 1 0 0 3 0 Totals.. .. .. ..3 5 27 15 1 Cubs. R. H. O. A. E. Hofman, cf.. 0 1 1 0 0 Sheckard, If.. .. .0 0 2 0 0 Schulte, rf.. ..0 1 1 0 .0 Chance, lb . ..0 0 7 0 0 Steinfeldt, 3b .. ..0 0 1 2 0 Tinker, ss 0 0 3 2 1 Evers, 2b.. ... .0 0 1 2 0 TvTTngr"c . . ... ;. .0 0 11 3 0 Pfeister, p. 0 0 0 2 0 Gessler, x .'.0 0 0 0 0 Total 0 2 27 11 1 xBatted for Pfeister in ninth. Score by innings: Sox .. Cubs.. . ..0 0000300 03 ..00000000 00 Summary Left on bases Sox 3; Cubs 3. First base on errors Sox 1; Cubs 1. Two base hit Schulte. Three base hits Rohe, Donohue. Sacrifice hits Sullivan, Donohue. Stolen bases Rohe. Struck out By Walsh 12; by Pfeister 9. Bases on balls Oft Walsh 1; off Pfeister 2. Hit by pitched ball Hahn. Wild pitch Walsh. Umpires Johnstone and O'Loughlin. Attendance, 13,667. Time 2:10. i Baker Won Tnird. C. L. Baker an ai ateur gunner of this city won third ize at the Mar- ion Gun Club shoot iWbich was held at that place recei ly. Mr. . Baker3 score was 359 out of1 ssible 400 and he triumphed over everal avowed professionals. Artificial gas, Hh Century fuel. 10-tf Don't think that piles can't be cur ed. Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doan's Ointment, 50 cents at any drug store. ;"" - t- MESSENGER BOYS MADE VERY DRUNK Frank Laugel and Karl Gra ham Given Liquor by Cal- . vin Casad Last Night. ALL ARE UNDER 21 YEARS CASAD ARRESTED BY THE PO LICE AN - INVESTIGATION TO BE MADE TO FIND WHO SOLD TO MINORS. Calvin Casad, aged 19 years, and rooming at 22 South 9th street, was arrested last night on a charge of giv ing liquor o minors. Casad is an operator at the Postal Telegraph of fice and his home is in Dayton. Durng the early part of the evening Casad went to the Western Union of fices and associated himself with Karl Graham, aged 13 years, and Frank Laugel, aged 14 years, both night mes senger boys at that office. Casad claims that he had but one drink of whiskey during the 'evening. The Graham boy, who was not quite so drunk as Laugel, said that Casad had sent them out-4o a nearby saloon to get him a sandwich and some whis key. The boys returned with the food and a bottle of whiskey which Casad proceeded to teach them to drink. The lesson took place in the back part of the Western Union of fice, where they could not be seen by Mr. Burr, the night operator. Later in the evening a person hap pened in . the Tice and noticed the odor of whiskey and investigated. The boys were drunk and could scarcely tell where they were. .The scene was one of the most repulsive that could be imagined, owing to the age of the lads and their pitiful condition. The police were notified and Officer Vogelsong detailed to the work. He temporarily arrested the boys who were at the Telegraph office and then went after Casad. After an hours hunt over the city he was finally lo cated at 22 North Ninth street. En trance was gained to the boarding house and Casad found dead asleep in a small upstairs back room. He denied that he had purchased or had a hand in buying any intoxicants for the boys. His story conflicted in sev eral places with that of, the 3roungs ters, Graham and Laugel.- A rigid in vestigation will be made by the Pros ecutor and the police as to where the liquor was purchased. It was stated later that another boy was in the crowd but that he made for home as soon as he" became sick. Three, years ago Casad was sent to the Dayton Reform School, for car breaking, having stolen ja pair of shoes. He was in ttlat institution for three years and there learned to be a telegraph operator. Two months ago he came here from "Dayton and secured a position with the Postal company. Dominican Rebels to Surrender. Washington, Oct. 11. Cable adviceB received here from San Domingo state that an agreement has been reached between the government and insurgent forces In the neighborhood ' of Monte Christ! whereby the insurgents will Surremder to the government and Gen eral Limbardo, who conducted the campaign for President Caceres, will become governor oJ Monte ChristL , AN EMBEZZLER A Wealthy Manufacturer of Philadel phia Is Said to Have Died. Philadelphia, Oct, 11. According to a statement which the Public Ledger publishes on the authority of a mem ber of the Wampote Co., Henry IC Wampole, the - drug " manufacturer, whose body was found recently in the East river, New York, died an em bezzler of a large sum of money. It Is asserted by the Public Ledger that Wampole robbed his business partners systematically of $500,000 and may be more. Wampole, it is said, reft paper representing several hundred thou sands' of dollars in about 60 banks of this city and the state, and also some In New Jersey. Not until a few days prior to his reath did his partners have any idea of his defalcations. Since then the story has been care fully guarded. The assets of the Wam pole company are ampl'e to meet all obligations or demands. BENHAM PLEAD GUILTY WAS TAKEN TO THE PEN Young Society Man of Muncie Hurri , ed to Prison at His Own Request so That He Would not Have to Face his Mother. ' - George Benham, the young Muncie society leader who has visited in Richmond on a riumberof occasions and who was recently arrested for embezzling funds, from the Muncie Garment Co. plead , gnilty to ''the charge and before nightfall he was imprisoned behind the bars at the Michigan City-penitentiary. The whole affair was a shock to Muncie society,, but . the proofs of Benham's guilt . were . numerous, as there were in all told, thirty-five char ges standing against him. Although pale and trembling, Ben ham stood up under his disgrace, and took the sentence of the judge like a man. At his own request he was hur ried to Michigan City, so that he would not have to face his mother, when she returned to Muncie from Indianapolis. AUTO BEYOND CONTROL IT CREATED EXCITEMENT Machine of C. O. Hurst Started for Price's Confectionery But Was Stopped by a Telephone Pole Driver's Feet Tangled. An automobile making a mad dash for the large plate glass window of Price's and suddenly swerving aside to clip a chunk out of a telephone pole caused excitement yesterday morning on- Main street. T.he ma chine w-hich was being driven by the owner, C. O. Hurst, of Milton, "was slightly damaged but no person in jured. An elderly woman who was in the way of the machine escaped being hurt by stepping back of the telephone pole. The cause of the ac cident was due, to the driver's foot getting tangled in the lap robe, which prevented his working the emergency break. TRIED TO TAMPER WITH PETIT JURY Judge Hearing Case of Dr. Brouwer Warns Juryman ' To Obey the Law. TO PUNISH GUILTY ONES JERSEY CITY PHYSICIAN CHARG ED WITH WIFE MURDER MAK ING A HARD FIGHT TO AVOID HANGMAN'S NOOSE. IPublishers' Freas Toms River, N. J. A direct charge that some parties unknown have made an attempt to tamper with the jury before whom Dr. Frank Bronw er is being tried for the murder of his wife, was verified in part jus't be fore court adjourned for the day, when Judge Hendrickson,, who is pre siding, ordered the jury to stand up. Addressing them he said: ' ay "I have been notified that certain of you twelve men have been seen talking to persons in the street. This is absolutely without excuse, and contrary to the instructions of this court. If I hear of any such action again during the course of this trial, I will make a rigid investigation and the person guilty of such contempt will be punished very- severely." , Turning to. th& deputy sheriffs, who have been in charge of the jury, Judge Hendrickson continued: "I must warn you officers of the law that it is your duty to see that this jury has no opportunity what soever to talk with outside parties. If m any . officer errs ; he will be dealt with by the court." GLEN LIEBHART IS HERE A GREAT BALL PITCHER Former Milton Lad Now One of Cleve land's Best Twirlers, Is Visiting His Brother, Frank Liebhardt Known As "Iron Man." Glen Liebhardt, known as the "Iron Man" of the Southern League, and who pitched three games for the Cleveland Americans the latter part of the season, is in Richmond, visit ing Eis brother, Frank Liebhardt. is one of the best pitchers in the coun try, as he is of powerful build and has speed, plenty of benders, and above all a good head, the requisites of a good pitcher The three games Liebhardt pitched for the Cleveland Americans, after he had been trans ferred from the Southern League, were winners, he having his oppo nents at his mercy in all three games. He was at that time on trial with the Cleveland bunch, but after the Amer ican League season had ended and after Liebhardt had made such an en viable record, Manager Jajoie immedi ately signed the lanky Milton boy for next season. REPUBLICANS NOMINATE Rhode Island State Convention En dorses Stand of President on Tariff Revision. IPublishers Press! Providence, R. I Oct.- 11. After adopting a platform endorsing the ad ministration of President Roosevelt and his attitude on the question of re vision of the protective tariff, the re publican state convention today nom inated the following ticket by accla mation: For governor, George H. Utter, of Westerly; Lieutenant-governor, Fred erick H. . Jackson, Providence; Secre tary of State, Charles T. Bennett, Providence; Attorney-general, Wil liam B. Greenough, Providence; Treasurer-general, Walter A. Read, Gloucester. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Com plexion sallow? Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious at tacks. 25 cents at any drug store. ISLE OF PINES IS A PART OF CODA Not ;tO;jrieJtoderthe'UniiCd States Government as Some Had Hoped For. TAFT HEARS FINAL PLEA SEVERAL CAPITALISTS- HAVE BEEN ACCUSED OF BRINGING ABOUT REVOLUTION WITH PER SONAL END JN VIEW. Publishers' Presl Havana, Oct.- 11. If, as has been charged, the American capitalists who are interested in the Isle of Pines, brought about the revolution in Cuba in order to secure American interven tion and have the Isle of Pines recog nized as an integral part of the United States, instead of Cuban territory, they have spent their money in vain. Secretary of War Taft received a commission of residents from the Isle today, who demanded a separate gov ernment for that territory. The sec retary . told them he would reply to their petition tomorrow. It can be announced with authority, however, that at that time he will tell them that he represents the Washington administration, which has already ar rived at the decision that the Isle of Pines is a part of the Cuban territory. A committee which called on Secre tary Taft today was headed by Cap tain Stark of Pittsburg, who made an eloquent plea to the war secretary, urging that more than half of the in habitants of the Isle of Pines were Americans and that fully nine-tenths of the land there is the property of American capitalists. Pinar Guerra and a number of the other insurgent leaders, were guests of honor at a banquet at the Liberal Club tonight, the toastmaster being General Gomez. Speeches denouncing the Moderates were made, and a general jubilation followed. The practice of Liberal officers pa rading the streets In brilliant uni forms, resembling nothing so much as birds of paradise, Is causing much un favorable comment, and it is expect ed that the provisional government will issue an order tomorrow compell ing all officers to stop parading the streets in their glittering raiment. Po litical processions are also to be put under the ban as a result of tonight's parade of Liberals. A large number of Liberals took part in the proces sion tonight, it being headed with an immense banner bearing the inscrip tion "Viva Partido -Liberal." The procession was received with much hooting as it -passed the. Moderate club and other centers of Moderate sympathizers on the prado. General Funston will not be a guest of the Taft-Bacon party ,on board the Louisiana when it sails Saturday, but will make the trip on board the Virginia. The Louisiana, Virginia and New Jersey sail north Saturday afternoon, while the Indiana and Newark are under orders, to leave Friday morning. WILL PROBABLY RECOVER' Physicians Say That Fear of Compli cations in Case of Estella Wea ver is Past. Estella .May Weaver, who was se verely burned while leaning over a gas stove at the millinery store of Mrs. Brehm on North Eighth street, Wednesday, is thought to be on the way to recovery. She is receiving the best of care at the Reid Memorial Hospital, and the doctors state that the fear of complications setting in is almost past. ; - . HAVE HOPES OF WINNING. Local High School Think They Can Turn the Trick on New Castle Saturday Afternoon. The football jfame tomorrc be tween Richmond and New Castle will be played at Reid Field Earlham, and the game will be called at 2:30. There was a report today that Muncie would play at New Castle Saturday, but Up on inquiry this was found to be un true. The local boys promise a good game for Saturday, and ask that the people of Richmond will turn out in large'numbers and help them, start a championship season. The admission Is ten cents and those unable to buy tickets ahead can get them at the gate; The lineup will be announced tomorrow. DENVER HAS FINE OFFER WANTS DECIDING GAME Colorado City Basball Manager Sends Word to Garry Hsrrmann That He Will Guarantee $10,000 for Final Championship Contest. Denver, Oct. -11. George M. Reid of this city has telegraphed Garry Herr mann, president of the national base ball commission, offering $10,000 for the seventh, game of the world's cham pionship. The message reads: ln case seventh came is necessary to decide world's baseball championship, Denver guarantees $10,000 if played in this city. Weather perfect for ball play ing:. The reply came as follows: "Telegram received and noted. Thanks for suggestion and offer. Place of holding deciding game must ., be de cided later at session of commission.' Don't Fail to Sec Croat Displa; MEN'G, DOYG' nd LADIES' LILACS ft?)p V CORLISS, my CO. ,uby Our entire east window devoted this week to show you what are the correct styles to be worn for this Fall and Winter. All styles. In cluding Hight Benders, Wing Collars, Poke Collars, Old. Men's Collars, Square Points, Round Corners, In fact everything worn In collars can be found in our Collar Department. 15 cts. Two for 25 cts. $1.50 pr Dozen. The Contest closes 11 p. m.v Saturday, October 13. KIBBET, CO. WANTED. WANTED To buy good second hand base burner. Must be In good con dition and cheap for cash. Address George Merkwell, General Delivery. 12-lt , WANTED House cleaning or day work. Call at 412 North 5th. 12-lt WANTED Girl to assist In dental office, call Home phone 1741. 10-2t WANTED A girl in the laundry at the Westcott Hotel. 10-3t i WANTED Good girl for general housework Immediately. Small family, 323 Pearl street. 9-3t WANTED Some washings. Phone 827. , 9-3t WANTEDTwo Men that are Willing to work for good pay. Apply to Golding, Palladium office. . 3-tf WANTED Money loaned on Diam onds, Watches, Jewelry and all ar ticles of value at the Success Loan Co. Office 526 Main St. Rich mond, Ind. Dr. E. Simmons, Pro prietor. 30-7t WANTED Boy at Starr PlanoXCo. in Box Department. 20 tt FOR.8ALE. Richmond property a specialty. Porterfleld. KeUir :t Phone 329. tf FOR SALE Six Tiole range, 4S Ft. Wayne ave. 12-3t FOR SALE Do you want to buy a good up to date general store, that is today a money maker. No old run. down stock. Profits last year $2,000. Dry Goods, Carpets, Linol eums, Mattings, Furniture, China and etc. This is a snap for some live party.Address T. Z. this office. 12-2t FOR SALE The first of my - thoroughbred Scotch Collie pup pies. Every pup pedigreed. H. M. Elrode, 59 S. 16th. Phone 1754. 12tf - FOR SALE Good second hand Mos ler fireproof safe. Standard Oil Co. ll-2t FOR SALE Seven room brick, 125 South 12th street. Inquire 115 S. 11th. U-4t eod FOR SALE Golden Gleam Stove pol ish at 282 Fort Wayne avenue, op posite Kramer's plaining Mill, Home phone 1507. ll-7t FOR SALE Plenty of 16-inch dry sugar tree and beach wood. Call Eureka Fence Mfg. Co., Home Phone 851, or A. J. Mullen's farm, Williamsburg pike. 10-eodtf FOR SALE 20 bushels pop corn. Call at 34 North 10th, city. 9-7t FOR SALE All household goods at a bargain at once, 38 Washington Ave. 6-7t FOR SALE At a bargain if taken within 10 days. Modern House on West Main, owner going to move away. See McNeill & Ketch. 5tf FOR SALE Farm of 130 acres, north of Richmond. Can be sold in two parts. For further information call Home Phone 913G. 10-lit FOR SALE The Eli Petty farms two miles northeast of Hagerstown Indiana. Consisting of 140 acres of good first and second bottom land and 140 acres of good blue grass pasture adjoining. Good road ruin ing between the two tracts Good buildings. Well watered. A&mt 10 acres of valuable timber oak and popular. Mr. Petty has ifecently de ceased and the heirsyfrfll sell this valuable real estate For particu lars inquir. of. ..Jt. Fox, Hagers- t town, In dif &7t property frotr i Everybody Woodhurst. 91 Iain St. Telephosa 491. . Juneo tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished front room, suitable for two gentlemen, 48 Ft. 7 t V Qr A Collar Contest To the first person saessing the near est number of col lars we have in oar east window will be presented with ore dozen collars; the next nearest one half dozen. KIBBEY & CO. Men's furnishers Wayne avenue. 12-2t FOR RENT 7 room house, botn elec tric lights and bam. near Main St. See Al II. Hunt, 71 Nqrfh 9th St. ll-2t FOR RENT Large fJRnished house. Modern improvements. Terms rea sonable.! 323 Jorth 9th street. 9-7t RENT FrnisJod rooms at the Grand for gentefeu only. tt FOR RENT Two 4-room houses. 600 North 19th street. 10-6t LOST. LOST Black, self opening umbrella between Sth and Main. ... Leave at Palladium office. ' LOST Gray silk glove of 'left hand Leave at 28 North 10th and re ceive reward. "r 9-3t, LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN 3 ; cattle -one-was colored white. Noti fy A. C Underhill and get reward. ; 1818 K. F Richmond." ' - Phone 357. 9-3t . - , . , LOST Black pet rabbit with white; spot on nose. ' Return to 123 South 10th street, f'9-3t LOST Small green parrot.' . ? Reward lf returned to E. R. Thompson, East Main street. . . 10-3t : v LOST Pocket book containing $165. 00 and two" receipted bills between N. J and Sth and Main. Finaer re-f turn to James Oakey, 1021 N. J street and receive $65.00 reward. 10-3t : LOST A rubber tire between South," joiu auu ouuuiciii artruuo am o".1 11th and F. Please return to 732 Couth Sth street. 10-3t Money Loaned. Low Rates, easy terms. Thomp son's Loan and Real Estate Agency. Wide Stairs, 710 Main street. . f 13- thu&Fri-tf ; THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION CO. la effect Hay 6. 1906. Subject t change without notice. IAIN LINE A 6 0 7, AM A M f M 8.00 K4i 8.6 PM ik-M .) 31jOO 9.07 lllJA 10.U6 12.1 U.JO , RIch'd l.v ft A.46 .06 and Katon Ar. W.Alex - Dayton " tevery bour tt.to (until I0.0U NEW PARIO BRANCH ( THROUGH SERVICE) Leave Richmond for New Parla, 5:50, 6:45. B:20. :20. -10:00. 11:20, a. m. 12:2( , 1:20. 2:20. 3:00. 4:20. :20. S:20. 9:65 and 11:00 5:20. 6:20, P. 1L Transfere I New Weatvllie. Direct connections at Dayton wttl "Lima Limited trains for Troy. Pianti and Lima. 0:00, 12:00 aving Richmond at 6:10, bl. and 3:00 p. m. CoNNECIJONa At Zaton with C. C & SLlLu for points north and south. Aapst Alexandria with Cin cinnati KorturB B. R. tor ; points north and sooth. At Dayton with elec tric lines diverging for Troy, Plat. Sidney. Llma,lXenla. Springfield. Co lcaibus, Hamlaon and Cincinnati Through ratis, through tickets to all points. Foil further information call Home Phole 269. rrangem Jits f or parties, special cars, etc, cfcll tlione or write -C O. BAKER. O.IF. ahd P - A, .West Alex andria, O- TTN SWISHER, Agent. II NET MAKERS AND REPAIRER. tr old oroKen furniture ,and make new if : Int it. S. A: IfOTT. 9 South 6th. Phone 1210 ( ... 'v - v .likeVnDw x you J