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The Richmond Palladium, Friday, October 26, 1 90S.
Page Two The Best Guaranty of Meift Is Open Publicity. Every bottle of Dr. Pierce's world famed medicines leaving the greaf labo ratory at Buffalo, N. Y., has Jriated upon its wrapper all the ing;dient3 entering into its composition, 'ilia fact alone places Dr. Pierce's Famil Medi cines in a class all by themselvel They cannot be classed with patent r secret medicines because they are neither. This Is why so many unprejudiced plysicians prescribe them ana recommenJthem to their patients. They know at they are composed of, and that the I&redients are those endorsed by the moi eminent medical authorities. a The further fact that nfUher Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disclvery, the great stomach tonic, liver i-igorator, heart regulator and blood punier, nor his "Favorite Prescription" for -ak, over worked, broken-down, nervoBs women, contains any alcohol, also enfttles them to a place all by themselves. I Many years ago, ur. I'lercfjaiscoverea that chemically pure glycerir. of proper strength, Is a better solvent ative of the medicinal prin inar In our indigenous, or n lid preserv (pies resid- ive, medi- cinal plants than is alcohol; Ad, further more, that it possesses valuai- medicinal properties of its own, being lemulcent. nutritive, antiseptic, ana a r . efficient anti ferment. Neither of the above m tains alcohol, or any har forming drug, as w ill be pcines con- ful, habit- n from a glance at the formula printd on each bottle wapper. 1 hey are saB to use ana potent to cure. I Not only do physicians prescribe the above, non-secret medicines lirgeiy, but the most intelligent people fftipioy them people who would not thflk of using the ordinary tent or secnl medicines. Every ingrednt entering iiBo the com position of fir. I'ierce's mMlicines has the strongest Vcind of an indorsement from leading Vtedical wriers of the several schools Vf practirJE No other medicines put upWor likemrposes has any such yrofexitUjmtL PiiaCrsement. Dr. Pierce's PleasanTTellets cure con stipation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Cure the cause and you cure the disease. One "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Drug gists sell them, and nothing is "just as good." Easy to take as candy. Deaths and Funerals. SHUTK The funeral of Mrs. John A. Shute was held yesterday after aoon at 1 o'clock at the home in Spring Grove. The funeral services were held at St. haul's Lutheran :hurch at 2 o'clock. KELLY The funeral of Dorothy Kelly will take place at 10 o'clock at the home 254 Southwest Third street. The burial will . be in Earlham ceme tery. FULTON The funeral of Anna E. Fulton, wife of J. L. Fulton, will be beld at the home, 908 North Eighth street this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Hands Over the Records. St. Louis, Oct. 25. In the United States circuit qourt Judge Finkelburg decided that Robert M. Frazer, chair man of the eastbound freight commit tee, must produce before Special Com missioner Rombauerthe records of the committee wanted by the government in its ouster suit proceedings against the Terminal Railway association. In issuing the order on Frazer to turn over his rate book. Judge Finkelburg commented on the fact that the teri minal suit is a matter of vital interest throughout the United States. Frazer was recently constructively jjlaced un der arrest for refusing to produce his records at the hearing. After the court's decision. Fraser handed over Its records. Missing Girl Returns. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 23. Miss Fannie Fennell, who mysteriously dis appeared from her home, and who it was believed by the police, was kid naped, reappeared at her mother's home dressed in men's clothing. She does not remember anything that has taken place. She says she recovered consciousness a short time ago and found herself alone In a strange room from which she fled. She cannot lo cate the house and does not know how she managed to find her mother's home. Waters Turned Back. Imperial. Cal., Oct. 25. Waters were turned back into the old channel leading to the Gulf of California, the first water of the Colorado river that has flowed there for two years. Six years ago that portion of the Colo rado desert known aa Imperial valley v was colonized and water was brought In from the Colorado river for Irriga tion. Two years ago the Colorado river broke through its banks and flowed into the Salton.' sink, compell ing the Southern Pacific to remove its tracks several times, f The company then undertook to turn the water into Its old channel and lv at last, after many discouragements, succeeded, at . I cost of a million dollars. u 1 and Beaut Beauty is thelexternal proof of health; vitla failing health comes failing blauty. Wom an's Selicate orianism is fre quently over-taxld by arduous household duties! and the de mands of societl. The con stant drain upoilher vitality weakens her nerlous system. .The penalty is alired, worn out, exhausted conlition which destroys her appctle, robs her of rest, and at inteflrals causes much suffering atft distress. When these conditions exist, the weakened nervcl must be strengthened. Dr.MilnvNervine will do this. It stimulates the action oall the org-ams, brings refreshing sleep, anfc drives away that "I have taken r. Mills' Restorative JOrvtne for years!fcs did iiv mother before me. Whenilfci Jf f rel tired, worn-out, or have he.TlNhe. I always take the Xervlne and it strengthens me. I consider it a jrreat remedy for nervousness or debility." MRS. C. 1 FREDERICK, Canton, Ohio. Dr. Miles' Nervine ! sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It fails, ha will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind GUAM COMPANY HAS INCORPORATED New Magazine Has Been Cap italized at $50,000 and is on Firm Basis. DOING LARGE BUSINESS aaa-BBaa CIRCULATION HAS REACHED 250, 000 WHICH FAIRLY SWAMPS RICHMOND POSTOFFICE EACH MONTH. , Articles of incorporation were filed yesterday in the. County Recorder's office for the Digman Magazine Pub lishing Company. The company is capitalized at $50,000 with J. B. Dig man, Robt. W. Stimson and Fred Mc Manis as the incorporators. The cap ital stock is divided into five hundred shares with a par value of $100 per share. The filing of incorporation papers by the new company calls to the at tention of the Richmond public ,that there is another thriving concern in the city. Beginning its existence . in May 1904 in the Fremont Building at the corner of Eighth and Main streets in a very moderate way, the maga zine company has steadily grown un til today its monthly mail swamps the local postoffice, and could all the rolled magazines be paced in one pile they would fill more than two rail road cars. The magazine requires a car load of white paper each month for the printing, alone. When J. B. Dignam dropped into Richmond and the word went out that he was to start a magazine to circulate in Indiana, Ohio and Illinois some wise ones laughed and said it would never go. There were too many publcations in the field already, was their argument. Today Digman's magazine has a circulation of 250,000. It has successfully outgrown printing establishments at Greenfield, Rich mond and Dayton and is now being printed at Indianapolis. When the business demands it a plant will be installed here, adapted to magazine work exclusively. Digman's Magazine is one that ap peals to women, particularly and ninety per cent of its readers are of the gentle sex. It will pay local peo ple to keep the proverbial eye on Digman's pubication from now on for it is carrying the name of the city all over the Middle West and exert ing much Influence. L Mrs. Florence Vogel of Indianapolis is visiting Mrs. Frank Land of North 12th street for a few days. Miss Essie Coalter formerly of West Manchester is visiting her sis ter, Miss Eunice Coalter tnis week of this place. They are spending today with Mrs. Joseph Moss of Campbells town, O. Saturday Miss Essie will return to her home in West Manches ter where she is occupied in the To bacco factory. Friday they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maule. THE HALL OF FAME. Signer Caruso, the famous tenor, is a gifted black and white artist The Austrian emperor has more titles than any other monarch. He is a king nine times over and a duke eighteen times. A. E. Eccles of Chorley. England. Itnn -1: :l 1 Aftrt fUVk 1 . 1 T ' una uiMiiuuiru w.iWiUW yuuiiLiiiiuus relating to temperance, hygiene, poli tics and religion. Mr. Carnegie sang In the choir of his church when he was a boy in Scot land. He made it a rule never to be away from the choir practice. Some time ago Mr. Carnegie presented the church with an organ In memory of his boyhood. John Morley of England Is so con siderate of everybody and everything that it has been said of him that If he kept a score of horses he would proba bly refuse to use them because he feels so keenly for the brute creation 'that he will only consent to be driven on the level. Louis Mickaud of Paris has publish ed a collection of all the caricatures promoted by leading periodicals and ; newspapers la Europe and America pertaining to King Edward. It is simi lar to the work compiled by the same author a couple of years ago concern ing Emperor William. R. T. Lowery has the distinction of being the only peripatetic editor. He is the publisher of Lowery's Claim, for merly issued from Nelson, B. C, but as the Canadian postoffice has exclud ed his paper from the mails he has taken to the road and is issuing his paper from wherever he happens to be. George Hughes, the only son of Thomas Hughes, famous as the author of "Tom Brown at Oxford," is the owner of a large ranch In Kansas, where he does a large cattle raising business. He is said to greatly resem ble his father in features, but not in stature, being comparatively small, whereas his father was very large. Sigananda, the rebel Zulu chief , who has been court martialed and sentenc ed, is 107 years old. His captive sons are verging on ninety, and many of is grandchildren have passed the allotted span. But the quality of mercy w not strained even when warring withJseml- barbarians, and the treasonable old chief will probably live to die L natu ral death. Weasel and Rat Friendships are not uncnmon be tween the cat and dog anhave been known between a dog anda wolf, but the mutual attitude of th weasel and rat is invariably war-var that Is waged to the death. l Use artificial gas f 5 fight and heat I 10-tf J EXPLOSION MAY REVEAL BANDITS Girl Treads on Deadly Mine Which May Belong to Train Wreckers. SHE IS DYING IN PAIN OFFICERS PREVENT MOB AT AET NA, INDIANA, FROM KILLING MEN. WHO THEY THINK THREATENED WRECK TRAIN. 1 V i publishers' Pressl Aetna, Ind., Oct. 25. Explosion of a magazine of secret explosives in a boarding house at Aetna fatally in juring a young woman who unknow ingly trod on the deadly mine today. blowing up the building, endanger ing many lives and jeopardizing the big powder plant here, will probably bring to justice the men who threat ened to dynamite the Lake Shore Limited last night unless $6,000 was thrown to them from the train. Lena Beahlers, a housemaid, who innocently set off the explosive, lies in a hospital, dying. One of her limbs was torn oft by the blast; the other was ordered amputated when she was dragged from the ruins. Two . men who occupied the board ing house room whjch Miss Beabters was clearing up wnen sne stepped on the explosives, Carl Packard and Fred Gernerung are under arrest at Crown Point. Officers saved them from the fury of a mob that sought to lynch them after the explosion. The prisoners will now have to ex plain what they know concerning the plot to wreck the train and why a veritable magazine of high explosives was concealed in their room. 1906 TAX DUPLICATES HAVE BEEN COMPLETED The tax duplicate for 1906 have been completed by County Auditor Hanes and his assistants and will be turned over to County Treasurer My- rick the first of the year. The ab stract of taxables, denoting the amounts due each fund will not be completed until the last of January. Following is a list of railroad taxes P., C. C. & St. L $36,529.35 Ft. W., C. & L 2,013.65 C, C. & L 4,655.00 C., R. & Ft. W 4,086.57 Whitewater Ry 1,253.04 R. S. & I. Ry 4,989.09 Davton & Western 158.10 Indiana & Eastern .. 158.10 Of the above the City will receive taxes from the folloiwng companies: P., C. C. & St. L. . $6,907.58 C, C. & L 771.84 C, R. & Ft. W 200.70 R. S. & I. Ry 2,311.73 JUDGE SUSTAINS MAYOR WEAVER IN HIS STAND Publishers Press! Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 25. In a scathing arraingment of Rev. Thos. Dixons sensational methods Judge Sulzberger this afternoon refused to enjoin Mayor Weaver from interfer ing with the production of "The Clansman" at the Walnut street the atre. - Dixon is the author of the play. The court was of the opinion that beyond a doubt the book and play had been written while the author was laboring under a sense of smart ing wrong and in a heated passion. ' ORDERS TO UNDERTAKER AND THEN SUICIDES Chicago, Oct. 25. August Moeckel, a wealthy hardware merchant, gave orders for his funeral today, sat down on a couch in the office of the under taker to whom he had just handed his letter of instructions and shot himself through the nead, dying in stantly. A Xw Heel. The india rubber heel has taken a further development. The latest novel ty in this direction Is a thick piece of India rubber between the upper and lower layers of leather on the heel, so that the actual heel does not come in contact with the ground, but makes a cushion between "the foot and the leath er heel, says Home Chat, This inven tion Is said to do away with the Inse curity on slippery ground, which Is one of the principal drawbacks to the ordi nary rubber heel. Missouri State Fair. Nearly $9,000 in stakes and parses is offered for the Missouri state fair meeting at Sedalia, Sept. 29-Oct 5. The open purses are for $600. with the exception of the three-year-old classes, which are $300. J. R. Rippey is secre tary. Slaargrer Harry Davis. Harry Davis of the Philadelphia Ath letics has been the slugger of the two big leagues so far. His doubles, triples and homers add up to 131 bases. Agricultural College Graduate. "Seed anything of a man going down this way?" "We don't seed men In these parts,' replied the highly educated agricultur alist; "we seed oats. Highly Imaginative. "Is he writing much original matter, now?" "Just a few testimonials for a me&lciie house.! " IPse artificial gas for 1 heat 10-tf Ml - isht arA m mm EVERY REASON FOR BEING CHRISTIAN Dr. Elliott Shows How Rich- Richmond Residents Are Especially Blessed. SPOKE AT FIRST M. E. SPIRIT OF PRAYER AND POWER TO GOD ARE ESSENTIAL TO CHRISTIANITY THE SPEAKER POINTED OUT. Again Evangelist John Elliott was gracefully complimented by a large attendance on his address at the First M. E. church last night and re sponded with the best of his ability in the address made on the text "Prophesies of Ezekial, 47-9: And everything shall live whither the riv er cometh." In opening he marveled at tne won derful progress made by the church workers of this city, and compliment ed the earnestness of the pastors of the several churches in the univer sal work. Remarking on the beauty of the city, its many natural assets of comliness, its many handsome churches and buildings and the re served and moral atmosphere of the place he stated that all of these should be inclusive to high ambitions in all paths of life and especially in that of church work. Taking up his text he observed: "Success in church work does not lie in waiting years to take it up, but to begin it at once. There are two things that are essential to the work the spirit of prayer and the other is akin to it, in that it is the power of prayer to God. It seems sad some how that with the power of Heaven at our immediate disposal we allow it to go to waist. Not that it isn't here at hand, for it is ever close to us. The spirit is here and occupies as large a place in our individual hearts as we will permit. Alas, that oftimes in our individual life we let that opportunity of having God with in us pass unheeded. Lay hold of this power within the church if possible, but it doesn't make any difference how you get hold of it as long as you do get hold hold of it. If your power is crude use what you have of it, you need it, we all need it. Richmond, with her beautiful churches is indeed a pleas ant place but do not get to thinking that because you were born in Rich mond you don't need to be born again." The singing of 'Mr. Rykert, who was assisted in the mass singing by the First M. E. choir, was especially pleasing. The meeting this evening will be held at the South Eighth Street Friend's church. SHORT STORIES. Mushrooms grow all over the world and are as good in Siberia as In the tropics. Half the so called mad dogs have nothing the matter with them but the toothache. Australia contains more unexplored territory In proportion to its size than any other coi!?inent. One-third of all the derelicts who ap ply for aid to the New York Y. M. C. A. are college graduates. There are 273 newspapers published In Mexico, of which seven are printed in the English language. J. E. Bennoch of Orono, Me., has come into possession of the old Orono flag which was used a very long time ago to adorn the flagpole in the vil lage. The fact that the flag has only thirty-two stars attests its great age. In constructing the East river tun nels, New York city, according to the statement of the engineer in charge. fourteen men have succumbed as the result of working in the high pressure, thirty-four pounds to the square Inch above the normal pressure of the at mosphere. MEASURES PLANT GROWTH. An Ingenions Device Intended For This Purpose. An ingenious apparatus has been in vented by means of which It is pos sible to measure accurately the growth of a plant. The device consists of a pointer and a dial. A length of cot- THB ri.ANT OEOWTH MEASTJBEB. ton, weighted at one end, Is attached to the top of the plant and passed over a -wheel. Fixed to this wheel is the pointer, which Is moved mechan ically as the plant grows, and thus al lows the weight to falL - More Intereatingr Sort. 'We can't stay here all the know," said Mrs. Planely, caa taken Tommy to tne zoo. "Ccie, Xxow, let's go home and see papa.j Oh, no," Tommy protested. jftrXefa ee these other monkeys flrst.5yfphila- JlalptUa Press. Use artificial gas for and heat 10-tf j i r -- V i ?-4jj;J ... ; ' 3R a e j it 1 Jsimyi.$f AS TO CINERARIAS. How to Grow Tbeae Popular Plant for Winter Dloou. There are very few plants easier of culture than cinerarias and again there are just as few things we know of that become so utterly worthless if their simple requirements are not attended to. The seed of cinerarias may be sown any time after the first week in Au gust. It should be sown in shallow, well drained pans in soil composed of loam, leaf mold and sand in about equal proportions. The surface should be made perfectly level and even Then the seed may be sown somewhat thinly, covering it with fine sand and water with a fine hose. After the seed Is sown place the seed pans in a frame with the sash sloped to the north. When the seedlings are large enough to handle they should be potted into the smallest pots with soil composed of rotted turf chopped up and leaf mold CINERARIA HTBBIDA. 4) in equal parts, with the addition of a liberal sprinkling of clear sand. The second hift should be given whenever the roots are well through the soil in their first pots. The soil for the second and still more so for the following shifts 6hould have. In addition to the loam and leaf mold, a reasonable pro portion of rotted cow manure and it may help to lessen the quantity of leaf mold when shifting for the last time prior to flowering. Remove plants Into the greenhouse by the middle of October, where the temperature should not exceed 55 de grees. When the plants begin to show flower they wjll be greatly benefited if they are given liquid manure regularly. This stimulant is likely to be harmful. however, if It is too strong or if given when the plants are dust dry (a condi tion that should not exist). Weak cow manure is as good as, if not better than, anything else and Immediately after watering with it give the plants some pure water. In handling cinerarias look for good foliage in order to secure good flowers. Gardening. For Fine Chryaanthemnma. The thinning of buds should go on from day to day. The value of the crop depends on thinning. One good flower is worth ten poor ones. The plants have now branched out Into leaders and laterals. The leaders, of which there may be from three to five, will form what is termed the crown bud, one bud on each stem. The plant will branch again, forming leaders known as terminals, with buds known as ter minal buds, or the termination' of the plant's growth. As a rule the crown buds form the best flowers, but if they form too early let the terminals grow and take out the crown bud. Nip out all buds except those In the center of the cluster. Keep show plants staked and tied up to induce shapeliness. Give all plants plenty of water and liquid manure twice a week. L. A. C. Care of Pansy Seedlingra. Some of the finest pansies appear in September after the heat of summer has passed. If plants are wanted for bloom In winter or early spring the seeds should be sown outdoors after the summer heat is over. Water them well and shade them by means of boards or slats. As soon as the tiny seedlings appear above ground remove the boards so that the plantlets may have light and air. If these plants are to bloom In spring, pinch out all flower buds that appear in winter and cover them lightly with hay or evergreen boughs. Too heavy coverings smother and choke pansy plants. A fresh lot of plants should be grown every year. Exchange. ( Peach Treea For Planting. In the matter of setting out peach trees the first essential is the tree. I want the largest tree of its age I can get. In the matter of trimming, our whole theory is to have a low headed tree, headed down rather than in. I do not want close heading, but a free circulation of air and plenty of sun shine. We have never used small trees. It always seemed to me that a good big tree, with a good root sys tem, is capable of growing Into a bt- ger tree. Joseph Barton, New Jersey. Handling the Apple Crop. More farmers and orchardists are now equipped with storage facilities than ever before, yet the greatest care must be exercised in picking, sorting. packing and storing, to say nothing of the necessity of closely studying market conditions. Many In the heavy apple producing sections of New York, Michigan and the southwest are plan ning to evaporate apples in a large way. marketing in that form, yet care must be here exercised that this is not overdone. American A.r-rWnltnr1at Wedding at Cambridge. t bridge City, Oct. 23. (Spl) Mrs. W. H. Sarver of Sharon, ., and Mrs. Amanda Schledler were itea in mamage at xne nome or Jacob Snyder, a relative of the bride north of this city tonight at 8:00. Rev. Wm. P. Snyder of Pleasant Hill church officiated. The couple will leave here tomorrow for Cleveland, O. From there they will go to Niaga ra Falls where they will spend a iew weeks, and will then go to Sharon, Pa., where they will make their f u- Mar and l,aS m c The Kind You Hare Always in us for over 30 years, and sonal Allow All Counterfeits, Imitations Experiments that trifle with Infants and Children Experiei What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing: Sirups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, MoAhine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. Itcures Diarrhoea and IVind vJolic. It relieves Teething: roubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimil ites the Food, regulates the Stomach and Dowels, givir The Children's Panacea rTho Mother's Friend. I GENUINE ClArCjRIiA ALWAYS r- a a I Bears tfle In Use For Over 30 Years. tmc ccntaum connm, tv auiiiuf araicT. mmw tour crrv. WANTED. WANTED Boys in the Machine room Richmond, Ind., Mfg. Co. 25-2t WANTED Man for temporary work, shoveling dirt. Call 16th and So. E. streets. WANTED A good girl for house work, 214 North 9th street 23-3t WANTED Girl to assist with house work, 424 Lincoln street. West Side. WANTED A position as stenograph er by young lady. References. Address A. B. C. care of Palladium 19-3t WANTED To buy several GMen Trading Stamp books. AddroJI R, care Palladium. 23-3t WANTED Boy at Starr iJano . Co. in Box Department. 29 tf For sal; Richmond pnj jertir m specialty. Porterfield. K lock. Phone 329. tf FOR SALE A. bed couch, one oak rocker, one rug, good as new, 117 N. 14th. 26-2t. FOR SALE Base burner, 22 N. 17th street. 26-2t. FOR SALE Plenty of 16-lnch 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 Heating Stove, good condition, very cheap. No. 21 South 23rd street. Phone 1889. 24-3t FOR SALE Cheap a farm 8 miles from Richmond. If Interested ad dress C M. care of Palladium. 24tf FOR SALE A base burner. Cheap if ..sold at once, 41 South 16th street. 23-3 1. FOR STLE 14 nice heifers, Locus fence posts and Western Horses. Alfred Underhill, Phone 357. 23-7t FOR SALE At a bargain if taken within 10 day3, Modern House on West Main, owner going to move I away. See McNeill & JCetch. 5tf FOR SALE The fiirst Jht my thor oughbred Scotch Coiie i puppies. Every pup pedigree m H. M. Elrode, 59 S. 16th. Phone Jr754. y 12-tf. Everybody hny property fron I Are rich In all Tea El Ventials. Five minutes steeping in al lolutely Boil- ing Water gives best ri ults. Do not teasspoonful Boil these teas. Ond makes two cups. ArdSId loose or In teaied pack- ets by GriCAtlantle &j Pacifio Tea Co, 727 Maln (Published by Authority of the In dia and Ceylon Commissioner.) mwss flip (Sreen or alack mm Bough and which has been. lias b o the sisrnature of lias be made under his per supe iston since its infancy. no o to deceive you in this Just-as-good" are but and anj endanger the health off e against liipermicnU r healthy and natural sleep m -a a m m m m Signature of nm Always Bought f 4 ITT 'T St. Telephozia JuneS tf R RENT. RENT Furnished rooms at the Gran 4 for gentlemen only. tf FOR RENT Furnished room - and bath, 30 N. 12th. :;v 26-7t. FOR RENT Two furnished " bed rooms, light, heat, privilege of bath. Suitable for 2 or 4 gentlemen, 1223 Main street. 26-2t. FOR RENT House, 424 S. 14th St. 8 rooms, large attic, cellars and stable. Enquire L. E. Leonard, 1& North 10th street. 24-4t lost. ; LOST Scotch Collie five months old, female, sable color, white breast, front feet white and answers to name of Bonnie. Liberal reward if returned to A. II. Pyle, Homo Phone 805 C. LOST Hand painted shirt waist but ton. Please return 243 Pearl St., West Richmond; or Phone 134 R Bell Phone. Reward. LOST A white and yellow pup French bull dog. Return 405 Rich mond avenue and get reward. 26 3t YOST A black and white fox terrier, answers to name of "Sport." Return to 222 South 13th street and get reward. LOST A bundle containing 3 yards and a half of white china silk. Re turn to 219 N. 13th and get reward. 26-3t LOST Large, black and tan cat; with white face and four white feet. Reward If returned to No. 131 N. 6th street or call Phono No. 1216. 2I-2t LOST A silver stick pin. If found please return to 504 Main street. 24-3t LOST Or strayed a bay mare from farm of Ed. Thlstlethwaite. 24-3t LOST On Sunday, a brown peter pan pocket book, containing 25c In nickels on N. E street between 21st and the Glen or in the Gien. Leave at Palladium office or phone 1437B. 24-3t LOST Bird dog, a large black Gor don setter. Telephone Father Mat tingly. Reward. 24-3t LOST A paste brush on 8th, between Gennett Theatre and South E street Return to Gennett Theatre and re ceive reward. - 24-2t. LOST A black and tan, hound pup. Return if found to 819 South 6th and get reward. 23-3 1 FOUND. , FOUND In Glen Miller Park, a pw ket book which owner may have 'by-callings? identlfing at the. home of W7 F. Klopp, Park Super intendent. FOUND Silk shawl on X. C street Owner can have same by calling at 2:13 North 14th, by proving prop erty. Money Loaned. , Low Rates, easy terms. Thomp son's Loan and Real Estate Agency. Wide Stairs, 710 Main street 13- thu&Frl-tf If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which most oeopfe will overlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside. look over the classified advertisements.