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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, December, 18, 1906. A Valuable Agent. The glycerine employed in Dr. Pierce' medicines greatly enhances the medi cinal properties which it extracts am holds fn solution much better than alec hoi would. It also possesses medicina, properties oi its own, being a vaiuaun demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and anti ferment. It adds srreatlv to the efficacy ereativ of the Black. Cherrvbark. Golden Sea root. Stone root and Queen's root, con tained in -Golden Medical Discovery" fr subduing chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchia!, throat and lunif affections, for all of which these agents are recom mended by standard medical authorities. In all cases where there- is a wastine war of flesh, loss of ppetite, with weak stomach, as in the iarly stages ot consumption, there can b no doubt thai glycerine acts as a valuable nutritive am aids the Golden Meal rdbt. Stone root Queen's root and Blackf Cberrybark ii Erorooting digestion andfbuilding up tb esband strength, controlling the coug" and bringing about a healthy conditio of the whole system. Qf course. It mus not be expected to workfrniracles". It wi. not cure consumption except in its earlie stages. It will cure vy severe, obstir; ate. chronic coughs, bronchial and laryn geal troubles, and chronic sore throat with hoarseness. In mpnte coughs it J not io effective. It if in the lingering coughs, or those of loig standing, evei when accompanied bjf bleeding frou lungs, that it has performed its mo? marvelous cures. Send for and read tlv little book of extracts, treating of tin propertiaa and uses of the several med Icinal roots that entef into Dr. Pierce's Ooldea Medical Disco! ery and learn uh this msdlelne has sum a wide range o; application in the cu A of diseases. It.! yent frg. Address fr. R. V. Pierce Jl.ilfalo, N. Y. Th "Discovery" con tains b alcohol or harmful, habit-form-in? drug. Ingredient all printed on eacl oottle wrapper In pmin English. Sick people, especially those . suffering from diseases of longstanding, are invito to consult Dr. Pierjfe by letter, free. Ab ;orrespondence isJleld as strictly private and sacredly eeflfidentlal. Address Dr. Ii. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent fret on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for paper-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth bound copy. HAGERSTOWN. Hagerstown, Ind., Dec. 17. (Spl.) Miss Hazel Rummel ha3 returned to Cambridge City after a short visit here with her parents. Mr. Everett Shaffer, who has em ployment at New Castle is visiting here with his parents. Mr. John Harris spent Wednesday In Richmond. k Mrs. P. H. Davis . entertained ait 'dinner Tuesday; Mr. and Mrs. Brant and Frank and Nellie Brant, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Foutz. Mr. Elbridge line, relief agent of the P. C. C. & St. I was here FrI day, in the interest of the company. Miss Lizzie Elliott Is the guest of friends in New Castle. Miss Eva Worl spent Wednesday in Richmond. Mrs. Henry Keagy has gone to Anni Arbor to visit her sister, Mrs. Eliza beth Deardorff. Mrs. Martha Lontz and sister, Mrs. Dolly, are visiting their brother in New Castle. .. j Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Wikoff spent Wednesday afternoon in Mooreland. Mesdames Chas. Wedakind and Harry Endsley spent Thursday in Richmond. Mrs. Sarah Binkley left Wednesday morning for a visit with her daugh ter in Ohio, i . . Mrs. Mary HIndman of Cambridge WANTED. WANTED A newspaper reporter. V Must be acquainted with Richmond. ' Call at Palladium Office at once. 18-3 .WANTED Boy, sixteen years or old er, to deliver for grocery. Apply 217 South 5th street. 18-lt WANTED Girl for general house J work, good wages, small family. 70 South 18th street. 18-3t WANTED Place to do general hpuse- f work. C34(South 10th St. lS-3t WANTED Girl 16 years old desires to . learn traide in first class candy kitchen. Adlress "Z", in care Palla I dium. 1 16-2t .WANTED A I at 110 North 10th street 15-3L WANTED A I ddle aged, trust- wortoy nurse i family of one. No Washing. 28 irth 10th street. WANTED 200 wo choppers for chopping 4 ft. ha wood at $1.15 per cord; Steady irk during the year. Board I ?r week. Good men make per day Take Grand Rapids & Indiana Railway to Simons or Westwood, Michigan. Antrim IronCo., Mancelona, Mich. 14-tf. WANTED Cabinet maker at the Rowlett Desk Mfg. Co., North 10th street. V 13-tf t 1 ' . FOR SALE. " ' Richmond property a specialty. Porterfleld. Kelly Block. Phone 32 tf FOR SALE Christmas trees. 'Phone " .801, F. Chas. Miller. 18-2t. FOR SALE Good, fresh cow. In quire of Mrs. John E. Shute, R. R. No. 3, Southeast of city. . 18-2t FOR SALE P,t.e Poland V.h' xx rauie pigs. JiLl SAI d. E. M. Norris FOR SALE Good beech wood. "Call at 227 South Tlh street lS-4t FOR, SALE A good cook stove cheap. Call loa Kinsey street. 16-2t FOR SALE New 7-fpom house, East end square south Main. Hard wood floors, bath, eleVric lights, hot water heating. Addess D. P., care Palladium. V i4-7t FOR SALE Tho counterand large wall show cases from Hirst's jewel ry store, for sale at C. D Hunt's storage room, over grocer-, CO:; Main street. t3-tl Everybody briya property Iron? C.-n.-xihursu 913 Mala St Tefthbiii 4-1' JaneS tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT IIov.s o" 5 rooms ot PEARY WILL TBY AGAIII USE DIFFERENT TACTICS Great Explorer Will Go as the Head of Expedition to North Pole, But Will Not Lead Dash Across the Sea of Ice. " Publishers' Press.! New York, Dec. 17, Friends of Commander' Robert E. Peary, the Arc tic explorer, stated today that the holder of the farthest north record of 87 degrees, 6 minutes, has practically decided to make another trial in search of the North Pole,, but one unlike any o.his former trials. It is stated that in his new attempt Commander Peary will go as the head of the expedition, but he will not be the leader of the ice dash journey. He will , direct the expedition from the ship or the winter quarters of the ex pedition. The Roosevelt, which Is to be his ship the second time, will make her winter quarters in the vicinity of the north end of. Grant Land. Peary will remain by the vessel sending sledge parties to cover the in tervening 450 miles that rests between Cape Sheridan, the base of the opera tion, and the North Pole. City is here visiting her son, Mr. Arch Hindman. Mrs. Orphia Jones and Mrs. Fred Smith have returned home after a two weeks' ivisit with Mr. and Mrs James Knapp in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Scott and Mrs. Ira Swisher were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hindman Wednesday. The members of the Thimble Club were entertained last Wednesday at the home of Mrs, Kate Adams in New Castle, and all present reported a fine time. A fine luncheon was served. Those present were the Mesdames Chas. Teeter, Luke Mc- Tigue, Exlum Copeland, Joo Teeter, Code Clendemen, B. A. Carpenter, Thedore Sells, Holly Hoover, Will Tuter, Frank Geisler, Mrs. Crump, of Greensfork and Miss Myrtle Werking. PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS County School Teachers Each Plan! to Have Something Pleasant for Their Pupils. of ll All the school teachers of the county are making preparations for the annu al Christmas programs. Jus a gener al rule the exercises will bd held next Friday afternoon and nighTt. Some of the teachers will have Christmas trees, which are always a source of great interest to the childr n, as well as the patrons of the schoo a. The us ual Christmas treats will bl given by the different teachers. I Use artificial gas tor light land heat 10-tf Chestnut stteet. Enquire 29 South 19 street. Sew 'Phone, 1422-. 18-3t 1 FOR RENT Burnished front room hall entrance,! 1112 Main street 16-3t ruK kem a rc on Richmond Harris. m house, bath etc.. Lavenue. Benj. F. 24tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms, eleo trie light, steam hit, for gentlemen only, at the GfaWJ 14-tf LOST. LOST Saturday a $5.00 bill at Wilke's, Bee Hive or 5 and 10c store. Finder return to 101 North 18th street, or phone No. 82. 18-2t LOST A pair of dark brown sheep skin driving gloves between Weiss furniture store and Shofers stable on South Sixth street. Please re turn to D. H. Bennett, the express man. LOST Black and white English set ter, goes by the name of "Duke." Owner will pay reward for infor- matiort concerning dog or t for his return to 28 South 18th street. Phone 1533. 17-1t LOST Gun metal watch, leather fob, with Initial "N," on Main street be tween 8th and 6th streets. Finder! please return to Mr. Newman, Hose House No. 2. 16-3t LOST Pair Furs, Tuesday . night in Mashmeyer's Store. Finder leave -257 Richmond Avenue and receive ; reward. 16-2t LOST A fox terrier pup five months old, brown spot on tail and over eyes, growth on neck. Return to 403 South 12th and get reward. 15-3 1 j FOUND. FOUND Overcoat on Interurban. car.! Ownert call at office and describe property. 18-Ct I FOUND Package from the Bos ton btore containing a small fancy dox. vjwnef call at Palladium of- fice. 1S-3L FOUND On Main street, a light oil tanned liucksltm glove, for right hand. Owner can have same by call- j ing at 224, North'jSth street 15-2t. FOUND Purse confining a few dol lars, can 417 Sou1 4th street. 12-3t AL. H. HUNT. 7j. 9th I have an 8 room modern! house, t large barn, 2 Iotsr"Harl Main, t VOTES ' TO BE CAST TODAY Fight for Control of Big Com panies Will Likely End in Supreme Court. THE OUTLOOK LAST NIGHT SEEMED THAT BOTH THE ,MU TUAL AND NEW YORK LIFE AD MINISTRATION TICKETS WILL BE SUCCESSFUL. IPublishers Press.! New York, Dec. 17. At four o' clock Tuesday afternoon the contest for control of the Mutual and New York Life Insurance Companies will have ended and immediately ther after five representatives of each company, named by State Superin tendent of Insurance Otto Kelsey, Jr., will begin the tabulation of the votes that have been cast for members of the new board of trustees. Both sides will have watchers present, and there is every reason to believe to night that not only will the result of of the election be protested but that the higher t courts ji the United States will be asked to pass upon the legality of the result when finally announced by the inspectors. A careful canvas of both camps at a late hour tonight indicates that the policy holder's tickets are beaten. Judging from the indications at pres ent, the New York Life Administra tion ticket will have very nearly one hundred thousand majority out of the total vote cast and the present ad ministration in the Mutual Life will be successful by between 20,000 and o0,000. Although th? officials cf the two corporations say that the vote will not be more than sixty per cent of the total policyholder, judging from all eighty per cent of the policy holders have voted either yes or no for the administration tickets. In addition to the New York and Mutual Life elections, there will take place tomorow, the election of trus tees of the Equitable, the Mutual Re serve and the Security Mutual. In all of those however, the present boards I will be re-elected, as fhere is no ser-! ious opposition. Boarding House La.nd THERE is always a "star" and a lady with curls And a growler who rrowls at the pie: There Is always a tough and a bloke and a if ugh f ' And a girl with a squint In her eye. In the Land of the Prune, that is theme of my tune. The boarding house land everywhere, . Where the prune is the prince and the hash is the pride Of thelandlady dominant there. , ' . , Borne swear as If Prune Land were vH and accursed; Soma cast It aside with a slur: Some enter its vast, hidden voids with a smile And -face it without a demur. Tho youth who has broken the old ties at home And sought the far cities to win. The maiden who typewrites, the middle aged clerk. By Prune Land are soon gobbled in. To Prune Land they go, and from Prune Land they come. But ever In Prune Land there stays The lady with curls and the gent who de fers To the mistress and finds that it pays. Sanctimonious and fickle, erudite and un learned. 8weet sixteen, the baldheads, the gray. The "star" who makes good and the tough bloke who kicks They are anchored in Prune Land for aye. Prune breakfasts, prune dinners, prune suppers complete. Is the round of the diet of prune. Unaltered, unchanged by the' cruel hand of time Or the dry or the wet of the moon. Prune desserts, prune solids, prune dreams through the night. Prune people to talk with and sing; In Prune Land the prune lasts the .whole winter long And begins a fresh reign in the spring. Baltimore Sun. Very Likely. The Friend Shucks, dat ain't no wildcat! The Hunter Sure it Is! You'd be wild, too, If you was her! Fueblo Chieftain. . Hot Slnknkle. The Bearded Lady Mercy! Are you going to marry the fat man? The Fair Circassian Yes. I felt so sorry for him. He said he'd drown ' himself If I didn't accept him. j The Bearded Lady Drown himself! : Why, say, you'd have to tie anchors to his feet to drag him under water! : Cleveland Plain Dealer. , One Complaint. Father-in-law Now, my dear son-in- law, tell me honestly whether you are satisfied with my daughter. Son-in-law My dear Herr Schmidt, I have nothing at all to complain of ex cept perhaps that you didn't throw me oat when I asked for her hand in mar riage. Bombe. Sl'ORXA. SURA CE i ITALIAN VVEOS AMERICAN HE IS 30 AND SHE BUT 15 Tony Ferrant Takes to Wife Cath erine Drudy Father of the Girl ap peared at County Clerk's Office and Gave His Consent. Tony Ferrant, aged thirty, and a native of sunny Italy, was yesterday married to Catherine Drudy, aged six teen, by Squire Abbott at cis office on Main street. Mrs. Ferrant is a daughter of Thomas Drudy of 535 North Fourteenth street, and her fath er appeared with iier yesterday when the license was Issued at the Clerk's office and gave his consent to the marriage of his daughter. The couple attracted a great deal attention both at the Cork's office and at the office of Squire Abbott, where they were united as one. Mr. Ferrant is employed by the Pennsylvania railroad as switch light tender, while Mrs. Drudy has a large number of friends who sincerely hope that her marriage to tne foreigner, will not result as many of the mar riage s of American heiresses to for eign nobility has done. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrant will make their residence In this city. Miss Bichey Still Sick. Miss Stella Richey, teacher at Dis trict School No. 11, just west of the city limits, is still confined at her home with illness. In her absence, her sister, Miss Mary Richey, is teach ing the school. Comes to Norse Brother. Mrs. Mary Gish, of Lafayette, Ind., iS in the city the guest of her broth er, Dr. Zimmerman. She came to j Richmond ten days ago to nurse her ! brother, who had been suffering with a severe attack of stomach trouble. An Accident. "Ma," asked the little rabbit, "is it true that pa was shot by an amateur gunner?" "Not at alU" snorted the mother rab bit scornfully. "The gunner was shoot ing at something else while your poor father sat behind him and faughed. Unfortunately the gun -kicked and the man sat down on your father and kill ed him." New Orleans Times-Democrat. Jmat Enough to Spoil Her. "I suppose your daughter's musical training has been a fine thing for her?" "Well, no," replied old Grabbitall, "I can't say it has. She's got herself trained just enough so she can't enjoy ragtime and gets all mixed up when 6he tries to talk enthusiastically about the classic kind." Chicago Record-Her ald. Perhaps. Towne That's the local weather fore caster who just passed us. Browne Indeed? He Isn't a very healthy looking man, is he Towne No. He says he climate. here doesn't agree with hinl. Browne Yes? I wond' why he keeps changing It if that's so much? Catholic Standard and Timps, Use artificial gas forliglt and heat 10-tf If Is plied with home and iallv an 1 under which you may obi There is nothtn ' tVt pleases a man more (or - i Christmas than a NIE BOX OF CIGARS A Engelbert's Cigars have long had 4 reputation, and especial pains are now being: taken 5 Cent Spacialt.es TRUI QUEEN ARNE CORONV ... BERT IE F$ IE Kr IB ED R T ... 13 NORTH EIGHTH ST. ' of the Fns." POTTER TO INDIANAPOLIS Wayne Township Trustee to Tak Active Part in State Meeting of Similar Officers. Charles Potter left yesterday for Indianapolis where he will attend the meeting of the State Trustees Asso ciation, which is in session in the capital city. Mr. Potter is treasurer of the Indiana association. Several very important matters in the conduct of trustee's business will be discussed. Plans also will be perfected, whereby the various trus tees of the state can better systema tize their work. Mr. Potter will re turn Thursday. Bloodhounds at Cambridge. - Cambridge City, Dec. 17. C. T. Wright In order to catch the guilty persons who visited his turkey roost some time since, had two blood hounds brought to this city from New Paris, to trail the thieves. The trail from the roost was followed in a clrcuit ious route to the intrurban station where it is thought the culprits eith er boarded a car or drove away in a rig hitched at that point. D. ZeBell Returns Here. i D. ZeBell, formerly the Singer Sew ing Machine Agent in the city, again been transferred to this city by his company. Mr. ZeBell has been a resident of Lexington, Ky., for the past two years. He has many friends wni be glad to hear of his re- the common expression you plants durifta the winter months. They Vend an air of comfort to the remind one of The balmy days attractive Dlant for irDoors durina the winter! Practically everyone in Rich moid possesses either SwJhHern or a Boston fern, and have enjoyed hav ing them about. Knowinrfthe great pnularity of ferns, therefore, the Palladium obtaineAthe exclusive rigtft to offer in conrtaticn wp the paper three of the Whit manii f erfo to each sib briber. The Whitmahii fli n is a variation of the Sword and Bostonerns and ompletely outshines them L beauty besides being as hardy- The Whitmamifern isan ideal indoor plant andas only to be seen to be wanted. If the so!icitorsav not yet visited you let tjj Palladium office know and a sample "ilk ' M Whitmanii fern will sent to you as quleiny as possible, together with the terms Bert Engelbert for to put the e shape for nt in f& All goods re put up in 12, 25 or 50 I Iv-' if V -V" t - Mil t A NEW PICTURE OF TOM L. JOHNSON. " When Tom L. Johnson was first elected mayor of Cleveland several years sgo be made his campntgn chiefly on the advocacy of a three cent street car fare. Since then the mayor has run for governor and met with defeat, but he kept up his fight for the reduced fare, and the three cent rate recently went into effect on some of the lines. Oru hear appIieaXto the house that of the warmer months. A fern Cigars Christmas Cent Specialties DR. WEIGT IMPERIAL ORDOVES box sizes U J fC rvtrfefVTii- . is i 1 CM Is weil sup is espec- .1 See me quick. Wi II set n't soon. 5eari Ths Kir.d Yaa Hae AImh Bocft AL. H. HUNT.