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ine hichmonu r aiiacimm, rnday, November lb, iBOd.
Nursing baby? V eg Jit's a heavy strain on . mother Her system is called upon tofsupply nourishment for two. Some form of be easily taken up 0 is needled. ' Scott9 Emufsiorj contains the greatest possible mouct of nourish ment in easily digestetWorm. Mother and baby are wonderfully ) helped by its use. ALL DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND $1.00 . WANTED. WANTED Posiiion as bookkeeper or assistant. Call 'phone 1S36. 15-3t "WANTED Have your cleaning done with compressed air. Home tele phone CJ4. . D. S. Bray. 15-7t WANTED A place to do house work without washing. Call at 221 S. 10th street. . 15-3t SPECIAL. We positively allow no hunting on our farm. Joseph Myers, John llyers. ll-14t WANTED Cabinet maker at the Rowlett Desk Mfg. Co., North 10th street. 13-tf WANTED Girl for general house work at 131 South 13th. 14 3t WANTED A pattern dress Pattern Maker, um-. ker. Ad- re rauaui- 14-2t FOR SA ftlchicona prop specialty. Pbona 32 tl Porterfield. Kelly FOR SALE Two iron beds, mattress . erf and springs. New. Call Fri day afternoon. 221 South 14th St. 16-lt FOR SALE Plenty of 16-inch dry sugar tree and beach wood. Call Eureka Fence Mfg. la.. Home Phone 851, or A. J. Mullen's farm, . Williamsburg pike. 10-eodtf FOR SALE A few" pieces of nice fur niture, also heatjing stoves at a great sacrifice. Call 329 North 14 street. 16 2t FOR SALE Have your cleaning done with compressed air. Home Tele phone 384. D. S. Bray. 13-7t f FOR SALE Hot air f urnace for $35, 725 North 10th street. Phone 576. 15-7t FOR SALE A thorougiJjred Poland China male pig. A. Iff Pyle, phone 805C. f 10-6t FOR SALE Cheap a farm S miles from Richmond. If Interested ad dress C. M. care ot J illadium. 24tf Everybody bnys Iroperty from Woodhurst. 913 Main Kt. Telephor 491. I junea if FOR SALE Buy a dehorner. Polled Jersey Bull calve3. I. H. Hollings worth. R. R. No. S. 'Phone 903 G. 13-C t FOR RENT. FOR RENT 3-room house, bath. etc. Richmond avenue. $15. Also 6 room house, Charles street, $10. 16-17 FOR RENT Funflshed room with heat and bath. 130 North 12th St. 9 7t 1 FOR RENT Funshed rooms for rent. $1.50 and ul with batb. 34 North 10th street S-7t FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, 202 North Seventh! 15-3t : AL. H. HUNT, y N.' 9th f FOR RENT 6-Rpms and J"., bath in good flatiortV or will J rent 5 rooms furrnWie in same Z house with bath. t FAMILY OF RECORDERS Frank C. Mosbaugh Has Relatives Who Are Serving in the Same Capacity as Himself. The 3Iosbaugh family of which Re corder Frank C. Mosbangh is a mem V"r seems cut out particularly for counties in such capacity. .Iosbaugh's niece. Miss Maggie .-..viygett, of Trego county Kansas, has been elected recorder of that county. She is the first woman of Kansas to be elected to such an important posi tion. HaTy Mosbaugh, a cousin of Frank Mosbaugh, has been elected re corder of Hamilton county. Aid Society L Cambridge City, Ind., Nov. 15. (Spl.) The Ladies Aid Society of the Presby terian church, entertained all ex-members of the club and their husbands at the home of Mrs. Chas. Routh, on Church street, Wednesday evening, at 6 o'clock dinner. There were thirty-five guests present Including out of town guests. Among the out of town quests were Mrs. Flora Hastings and Sirs. II. Winchester of Richmond. lira m t Block. nourishment that will by mothers system FOR RENT Five room house, ply 520 North 19th street. 1 FOR RENT Flat 3 rooms andath 26 North 11 street. 13-lt FOR RENT Furnished room, elec tric l.Rht. steam heat. fr sntlenien only, at the Grand. I 14-tf LOST. LOST A gold shirt waist pin with pearls. Call 'Phone 1466. 13-3t LOST A red sow weighing about 350 lbs and a pig weighing about 225 pounds. Return to Wm. F. Deite meyer or phone No. 903A. 16-3t LOST Lady's black handbag. Con tained purse in which there were several dollars in change. Also contained handkerchief, key and pa pers. Return to 215 North 11th and get reward. v 16-lt LOST In Fifth street church or be tween 5th and 7th streets, a black leather handbag containing $10 two small purses and several other articles. Finder return to 116 S. 7th and receive reward. 13-3t LOST Lady's gold watch on South 9th, Main between Sth and 9th, or North Sth. Leave at 28 South 9th and get reward. 14-3t FOUND. " f FOUND A handkerchief with money tied in one corner. Owner may have same by calling at 20 South 7th street. 16-2t FOUND A pocketbook containing $4.35, a handkerchief, 2 small pock etbooks and a key. Call and ident ify same, 530 S. 7th street. 16-2t FOUND A Carrier-pigeon at 211 So. 14th street, marH P. P. 1900." FOUND Dog, bufffand white pup. Call -.-; 1 - t j.z ( o new piiuiic FOUND A bunch of keys near the Main street brifge, Sunday morn ing. Frank Lasliley, Phone 504. FOUND A packa containing shirt for a boy about 2 years old. Call on J. B. Buckwitfc, 716 North Main street. 1 13-3t Money Laaned Low Rates, e rms. Thomp- son s Loan and R state Agency. Wide Stairs, 710 street. 3- thu&Fri-tf SPECIAL. Notice is hereby given that I, Charles F. Zu' rmeister have sold my Em pire 1 Ing Car, Piano trucks and stove truck to Al Wintersteen and quit this line of business, referring my former patrons to Home Phone No. 936 with their orders for mov ing and I recommend Mr. Winter steen to my friends and former patrons as thoroughly responsible, careful and trustworthy and hope you will favor him with your pat ronage. Charles F. Zuttermeister. dlyl4 16-17 A BENEFIT ASSOCIATION FORMED BY TRACTION MEN Employes of Indiana and Eastern at Greenfield Take First Step In Sig nificent Movement Has Long Been Discussed. The employes of the Indianapolis and Eastern traction company at Greenfield met last night in order to perfect a Mutual Benefit Association, which is a new step in the develop ment of the traction lines. It is probable that all the employes of the road will take up the movement and it will become universal upon all the lines controlled by the new Kelsej--Scheopf syndicate. It is the aim of the employes to organize one great central head, and each city maintain a seperate council. The movement has long been dis cussed among the employes of the In dianapolis and Eastern, but the em ployes at Greenfield were the first to take up such a movement, and which electric railroad world. All the em ployes in R'chmond are enthused ov er the probabilities of the outcome of the association and one stated yes terday that the organization was one of the things that the traction'm ployes had needed for a long time. Rev. E. B. Westhafer, pastor of the M. E. church at Centerville, will preach at the Fifth Street Methodist church this evening. 4e 1 X eXl IE MAY USE ELECTRIC POWER IN THE HOQSIER ADDITION Manager Carr Visits Board of Works in Order to Ascertain Cost of Se curing Motive Power From Munici pal Plant. The Hoosier branch of the Algeri an Seeding Machine Company will la all probability install electric mo tors in the building now under eon j struction for the purpose of operating ering this matter, desiring electricity as a motive power for machinery , in preference to steam, if the cost is not excessive. Yesterday James Carr, of Spring field, formerly of Richmond, who is general manager of the American Seeding Machine Company, was here inconference with the Board of Pub lic AVorks and Supt. Rogers of the ligftt plant. The company is desirous iyis said, of having the city furnish e electric power for its new plant as well as the current for lighting purposes. Just now, however, the company is making investigation to see what the difference in cost be tween steam and electrical power will bee, before determining its action. SAW MILL RUNNING AGAIN BIGGER FORCE THAN EVER C. & W. Kramer Company Start Their Mill in West Richmond With Force of Twenty-five Men Latest Ma chinery Being Used. The C. & W. Kramer saw mill com pany, resumed operations yesterday in West Richmond, after several months idleness caused by the sev ere fire which occurred there last July. The new plant is a beauty from the point of saw mill equipment and has all the most up-to-date saw mill machinery that can be obtained". When running in full force the mill will employ about twenty-five men an increase over the number employ ed before the fire. The probable out put of the mill will be twenty thous and feet of lumber daily. The mill is so constructed that in case fire should break out again.lt cannot gain such headway as it did in July as the roof of the mill is steel and the mill is constructed in such- manner that flames could be easily checked. Dan. Moore Honored. Dan C. Moore, cashier of the First National Bank of Greensfork, this count-, was honored by the Indiana State Bankers Association at its an nual session which was concluded yesterday at Indianapolis, air. Moore was elected as one of the two vice-presidentskat-large. Jonce Monyhan, president of the Citizen's National Bank at Orleans, was elected presi dent of the Association. A SMALL FIRE FROM A GASOLINE EXPLOSION The fire department was called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cox, 203 Couth 5th street at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, the kitchen of the residence having taken fire from the explosion of a gasoline tank. Damage to the extent of $100 was done. Mrs. Cox was painfully burned about the face and arms as a result of trying to remove the blazing tank from the kitchen. THE SHANK FARM SOLD AT A HIGH FIGURE Centerville, Ind., Nov. 13. (Spl.) The .farm belonging to the estate of Daniel Shank, deceased, two miles north of Centerville, comprising sixty-three acres was sold at auction on Thursday, November 15th to James Harris for one hundred and thirty-four dollars per acre. Col. Cilley Returns Here. Col. John F. Cilley, of New York, has arrived- in Richmond to spend the winter with his daughter Mrs. Harry H. Weist. Col. Cilley has al most entirely recovered from his re cent very severe illness and his return to Richmond is welcomed by his many friends. John Darnell Sick. John Darnell, engineer at the court house, caught a heavy cold while look ing after the digging of the steam pipe trench between the court house and the county jail and has been threatened with pneumonia. He was at the court house a few moments yes terday, but Is still quite sick. Three Conversions. At the First M. E. church last night there were three conversions. The services will continue. 'Phone or write a card to the Palla dium of the little piece of news your neighbor told you and get your name In the new "tip" contest for this v.eek. If you have good "opportun ity eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which most neople will overlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside, look ovtr the classified advertisements. ATTY. GENERAL MOODY STAKES HIS REPUTATION Armed With Exhaustive Array Damaging Evidence He Believes He Can Dis solve the Standard Oil Combine, Washington , Nov. 15. Attorney General Moody has staked his reputa tion as law officer of the government upon the suit which was begun today in the United States Circuit Court at St. Louis against the Standard Oil trust. Armed with an exhaustive array of damaging evidence collected by the trained experts of the bureau of Cor porations and fortified by the opin ions of eminent counsel, he sits in se rene contentment of his work. He is proud of his achievement and is firm in the belief that the steps he has ta ken to dissolve the oil trust, will prove successful. Today's action practically marks the parting of the ways for him for shortly after the convening of congress he ex pects the senate to confirm his ap pointment as associate justice of the supreme court. "The question of criminal prosecu tion against the officers of the Stand ard Oil Company will be taken up lat er. But it is understood that to his successor, Charles J. Bonaparte, now secretary of the navy, will be placed the burden of the decision. It is known that while Mr. Moody believes the evidence sufficiently strong to warrant criminal prosecu tion, he does not deem it advisable to press the two actions at the same time. In this he reflects the well known opinion of President Roosevelt whose aim is to remove present obnox ious conditions and to provide against their recurrence in the future. Much of the credit of the suit against the oil trust is shared by James. R. Garfield, of Ohio, commis sioner of corporations. It was his investigations into the operations of the Standard Oil Company that form ed the greater part of the basis for the present prosecution. Garfield had inserted his probe be BARED HIS LEG IN COURT William H. Irvin Showed Jury Where Dog Had Bitten Him, for Which He Seeks Damages. William H. Irvin, who asks $2,000 damages for a dog bite, the defendant being Mrs. Alice Eliott and daughters, was on the witness stand yesterday and he told the story of his limited acquaintanceship with the canine which he declared to be a cross be tween a "shepherd and a bull." ' The plaintiff bared his leg and exhibited the scar left by the fangs of the dog. The plaintiff's case was concluded dur ing the day and the defense began the introduction of witnesses. Testimo ny was given in behalf of the defense to prove that the dog, which was har bored by Mrs. Elliott was not vicious. The case likely will get to the jury today.- Scd ""Watching. Dr. Price-Price Yes, I need a vaca tion badly, but I can't take it just now. Many of my patients are In such condi tion that I can't afford to leave them. They need constant nursing. Wise Ah, yes! Foxy people, aren't they? If you quit nursing them they get well the first thing you know, eh? Catholic Standard and Times. As a Novelist. "Ah!" gushed the sweet young thing. "He is such a delightful writer, t won der how he works?" "Judging from the quality and quan tity of his output," responded the sour old thing, "I should imagine that he writes with both hands and dictates with his mouth." Washington Herald. Succeeded. ; Bacon You say Grafton is a success ful man? Egbert He certainly is. "But I understand his business meth ods are questionable. Why then call him a successful man?" "Because he's kept out of jail so far." Yonkers Statesman. Advice to Beginners. When you get your car always learn to do things yourself. Don't depend on your mart. Show him how much yon know so he won't try to fool you. Tat ler. Jost the One. Gunner I am going to try to sell my automobile. Guyer To whom? Gunner Oh, some politician. Guyer But why a politician? Guyer Because it is such a good mud thrower. Chicago News. Kind words" cost nothing unless ut tered by a high priced preacher. Ready to use lies are displayed at every retail store. Most dressmakers are hardworking Mfarxnera- - - fore the breaking out of the oil con flagration in Kansas in the earlypart of last year. Public indignation over the operations of the trust in the Kansas and adjoining fileds found an echo iu congress and in February of 1905, a resolution, offered by Rep resentative Campbell directed the bureau of corporations to investigate conditions in tht state. But with the belief that a report of any special field would be of necessity because of purely local conditions, Commis sioner Garfield set about upon a gener al and extensive investigations into the subjects of oil production and prices, pii(; lines, refining, organiza tion, competitive methods, transppor tation and foreign trade. It was the results of this inquiry that stirred the President to demand legal action. Realizing the determination of the government to eradicate the oil monop oly, 'John D. Rockefeller and John D. Archbald called upon the president at the White House a year ago. Just what took place between the president and his callers may never be known. It was understtood that the trust mag nates pointed out the dire financial consequences that would follow what they held would be persecution of an industry, the prosperity of which meant so much to the entire United States. It was sometime later that the at torney general, upon the direction of the president, selected -special coun sel to act with him in determining whether there was sufficient cause and sufficient law to dissolve the oil com bine. Today's action tells the whole story. In announcing today the filing of the suit in equity the attorney general is sued a statement explaining in brief the causes which led to the determina tion of the department of justice to press the prosecution. CHASE STEER OVER CITY Officers Hebble and Bundy Have Ex citing Time in Getting Runa way Critter in Corral. "Catch him about the neck and throw him!" 'yelled Hebble, "Throw salt on his tail," re-echoed Bundy, as the two patrolmen chased a stray steer about the streets last night in order to corral the meandering creature. The steer had escaped from an East End butcher, who was taking it to the abbatoir, where It was to be butchered and a report rapidly spread about the city that there was a mad bull loose and people should "look out." Heb ble and Bundy saw the animal, and in their life saving stunt, they finally' run the "Bull" and themselves down, and corralled the former in Dr. Zimmer man's barn at the corner of Seventh and North A streets. Want Social Center. Cambridge City, Ind., Nov. 15. (Sjl.) A meeting will be held at the town hall next Wednesday . evening to con sider providing center for social and educational purposes in this city. Dr. Caldwell and Mrs. Virginia C. Mere dith will preside. All citizens inter ested in this work are urged to be present. Union Prayer Meeting. There will be a union prayer service at the Third M. E. church at 10 o'clock this morning. The Rev. O. S. Har rison invites all to be present. L W Ijn 'X'l fit. -TU Sunburst 9ENINSUI2LR Mice ""wTs, 4 aj KbVi 'V51 1 IT' f - WILL MAKE A NEW MAP IT IS TO BE BEST YET City Engineer Charles and Deputy Davis will Make Plat of City and the New Additions Not Yet Taken Into Richmond. City Engineer Charles and Deputy Davis will soon begin work upon a new city map which will not only take in those additions recently made a part of Richmond, but will also give a map of the immediate sur roundings of the city of Richmond. The present official map of the city includes nothing beyond the legally defined boundaries of the municipal ity. The new map will show Beall view, Earlham Heights, Benton Heights and Spring Grove as well as territory east of the city. A measurement of the present boundar ies of the city show that It is nearly three miles square. The distance from the eastern limits of the city. Glen Miller Park, to the City's do tention hospital on the west iartwo and one-half miles. EAGLES TO HAVE AN AERIE AT CAMBRIDGE Cambridge City, Nov. 15. (Spl.) The organization of an aerie of Eag les is the next secret order to be in stituted in this city, and its establish ment is almost certain as the requir ed membership has been obtained and though that the membership will become 125 before the end of the month, as many members of the or der here will transfer their member ship from the Richmond Aerie. The lodge rooms have not yet been set tled upon but it is thought. that they will be in- the new Marson block. IS FOUND GUILTY OF GRANTING REBATES rPublishers' Press New York, Nov. 15. After being out more than two hours the jury in the U. S. Circuit Court, this afternoon brought In a verdict of guilty against the New York Central Railroad, ac cused of -granting rebates amounting to $26,000 to the American Sugar Re fining Company. The company has until November 20 to make a motion for an arrest of judgment. This is the second conviction against the Cen tral for granting illegal rebates. Services Given Gratis. . i Runge's orchestra gave its services gratis at the Business Men's Y. M. C. A. banquet on Wednesday night. The music provided was of high order and the fact that the orchestra made no charge to the promoters of the Y. M. C. A. movement was highly ap preciated. McMahan Farm Sold. Cahbridge City, Ind., Nov. 15. (Spl.) A. F. Sutton of North Dakota, has purchased the Henry McMahan farm, one-half mile south of Dublin. The farm consists of seventy-two acres, consideration $5,400. Jlr. Sutton was a former resident ofif Dublin, and will move to his new iroperty at once. Sale was made By W. H. Do- ney. Palladium WantfAds Pay. MLFOiRD'S CUT BATE mm BJXJO STORE. Prescriptions PrLiplly Filled. Cor. 9t dAd Main. Three CHicots For MMiWMIS CO ' Eminent Doctors Praise Its lsgrsiisftts. We refer to that boon to weak, nervous, suffering women known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Dr. John Fvfe one of th Editorial StaS of The Eclectic Mkdicai. Rkvmw say of Unieorn root (Hclonia Dioica) which is one of the chief ingredients of the " Fa vorite Prescription" : "A remedy which inTrlblr act as a xitrr 5ne invirorator makes for normal a. :iTitr of the entire reproductive system." ile continue " in Uelonias we have a naedica aient which more fully answers the above purposes tun an y of her drug with which an acquainted. In tho treatment of diseases pe culiar to women it Is aeldom that a case ts seen which does not D!Ysent wmo Indication for this remedial tseiu" Dr. Fyte farther says: "The followiutf are amour the leading indications for Heloiiiafc ttnk-om root). Pain or achinff in the l.ak. with leucorrboea; itonic (weak) conditio' of the reproductive irsrans ot women, mental depression ana ir- rtt ability, associated th chronic diseases of s of women, constant the reproductive ortral sensation or heat in leys; menorrhaia itl -nod condition of th' e rerion of the kid- iiin. due to a weak- nroducttTe sratem: ;Bienorrho?a (suppre: d or absent monthly eriods . arlslnsr fro ibnormal condition nd anemic thin or accompanying an the dttfefctlre otvans xhI ) habit: draamnir 'me lower part of the e ligations in the ex abdomen." If more or less iOf he above svmDtoms ire present, no i alid woman can dr setter tnan tawe Prescription, on antsof which is Ul tnd the medical nost faithfu'.ly re r. Pierce s Favorite' the leading ingredi orn rot. or Ilelonia.. roperties of which it t-sent?. Of Golden Soal -i!rmi:''it cf t. another prominent rorito iTpscrirtlon." icf. Fsn'y El'r. wood, M. 1., of lien- ctt Mcaical t.i;i e. t. nioasco. says: "It is aa import t irmeJy in disorder of arrhal conditions ie womb, in ud general enf menu U is useful. Prof. John udder. M. D.. lata of joldon Seal root: . ;ncinnntt, saj "In re.it!c t s rtneral effects on the s ii)i"-.rs:V'v iti.i uett as th tonic useful in Ul dcbilittued ivs.'' Prof. V, irih;-!c r. M. D.. of Jefferson Modical Coiiecc. strs of tkUin Seal : "ValutWe 1i Mrinc btmorrhace. menor hafia cflcodirs) am! coTiteHmo ilysmenof ho-a (painful aa-na m-!: ). Dr. P;erc's Favr-r:t rro,vr!ption fatth "ullv represents ail the above named in zredicnus and cur-s tnr diseases lor whlct they are rwora mantled. R ID To the Having openfti a repair shop at 1512 and 151 Main street, i the Besselmaw Building, we arc prepared to fcpaint and repair Coaches, Canfiages, Buggies and Wagons in tfrst-class style. Au- tomobJIes Bring Vie Fpainted up to. date. 'in when through us- ing, as ia a fine time of year to have lem repainted. we also do un ana fancy sign writing AM work, entrusted to our care will receive prcmpt at tention. i. LANDIS a BRADEN 1212-1215 lain St. ' Artistically Metropolitan ; o In xmy detail J ihu t Wedcifng fdlusic r urnlsl&l M lUchmond excluttvely ty INrcncc W. Dcukcr's - ;: Tet-rauj Concert Quartet FOR SALE Elegant West Richmond double residence, new ajBd strictly mod em Ideal Locatpn nothing bet ter. Easily Yprth 4300. If sold at once ifimer WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN. This is a rare chance to fit a FINE HOME and an ZtXCELLANT GOOD INVESTMENT at the right pric fy terns if desired. YouerXr investigate and make offer.liwnerf might take vacant lot aZ bart pay.' If you mean business adiress, P. O. Box 200, Richmdfid, Indiana. B Hive MOCHA AIID JAVA COFFEE A SPECIALTY DEF HIVE GROCERY A 15 I - 'M "I Wlif i 1 G0i V Nicholas - This stove will be the means of v? keeping me home of Alice Why. my dear? ItfffltL Nicholas Because it cheers the whole house. It really makes you more attractive to me.