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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1908.
XMAS ADVICE FROM
EXPRESS COMPANIES
Send Gifts Early and Pack
Them Well, Is Chief
Instructions.
SOME DETAILS SUGGESTED.
WOODEN BOXES SHOULD BE
USED AND GLASS WELL PRO
TECTED SIMPLE RULES TO
GUARD AGAINST LOSS.
People are being urged by the ex
press companies to ship tLelr Christ
mas packages early in order to insure
prompt transmission and delivery.
Along this line they are sending out
the following suggestions:
Do you expect to send your mother,
sweetheart or friend a Christmas pres
ent this year? If so, and you find it
necessary to patronize Borne express
company, it would be well to bear in
mind the following suggestions:
Ship your package early, by the
eighteenth of December, if possible.
The express company will give you a
small label to paste on the package,
reading, "Don't open until Christmas."
This will Insure the package reaching
Its destination before Christmas and
gives the additional pleasure to the re
cipient of the gift of having it Christ
mas morning.
Um of Wooden Boxes.
Use wooden boxes for packing. Glass
or fragile articles should be well pro-
tected. It way cost a few cents more
but the danger of loss or damage is
very much reduced. True If the ship
ment is lost r damaged the express
company will pay for it, but that will
give your friend no pleasure.
Write theaddress in full, State,
county, city, street and number, on the
box or package with Ink or crayon.
Tags are frequently torn off and lost.
If you want to prepay the charges,
write the word "paid" In large, plain
letters on the package.
Insist on a receipt and see that the
amount paid is marked on the receipt
and package and the value of the pack
age declared thereon.
To Guard Against Loss.
Write your own address in full some
where on the pekage, following the
prefix "From "
Inclose a card in each box or pack-
age reading:
From
(Your address here.)
To
(Consignee's address here.)
This, in order that should the outer
markings be destroyed, the inner mark
will insure prompt forwarding and de
livery. If not convenient to ship in wooden
boxes, use strong rapping paper (not
newspaper), and tie with strong cord.
If package contains anything of per
ishable nature, write the word "Per
ishable" in large, plain letters, on the
box, or package, to insure special at
tention and first delivery.
If you will observe these suggestions
you will greatly assist In insuring the
prompt delivery of your gift in good
condition.
CAMBRIDGE CITY. IMP.
Cambridge City, Ind., Dec. 14. Hon.
James E. Watson and family were in
the city, Friday, enroute to Winches
ter from which place Mr. Watson goes
to Washington City. Mrs. Watson
and children will remain with Win
chester friends until after the holi
days. Mrs. Kate Blue is quite sick with
tonsllltls at her home in this city.
Carl Wagar attended the concert
given by Miss Jeanette Durno, pianist
at the Oennett theater Friday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Kneise have
returned from their wedding trip, and
have taken possession of their new
home on Mulberry street.
W. H. Huber, foreman of the Scott
Stove and Furnace company, left Sat
urday for his home in New York,
where he will spend the holidays with
his family.
Mrs. Wld Forkner of Lewisville, was
here on Friday.
Walter Haines is now employed as
molder in one of the Richmond fac
tories.
E. O. has returned from a business
trip through Ohio.
The Christmas trade in this city is
already Indicative of prosperity. All
stores have employed extra clerks,
. and the crowd was much larger than
on preceeding weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ogborn
spent Saturday in Richmond.
Shiloh Van Meter, who was injured
several days ago, by falling down the
steps at the Masonic Opera house has
so far recovered, as to be able to re
sume her duties at the office of the
Citizen's Telephone company. J
Mr. and Mrs. John Shroyer enter
tained at a family dinner on Sunday
the occasion being the seventy-sixth
birthday anniversary of Mrs. Shroy
er's father, Silas Wheeler, an old resl-!
dent of this place and also the fifth
anniversary of his grandson. Master!
John Shroyer. Those who enjoyed the
hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. Ora
Wheeler and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Henby and family of Dublin.
Merton Grills of Hagerstown was a
Cambridge City visitor, Saturday.
Mrs. John Judklns, Miss Rhoda
Wright and Miss Ethel Doddridge
spent Saturday in Richmond.
Mrs. Margaret McCaffrey and
daughter Alice, were Richmond visi
tors Saturday.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
falls to cure. E. AV. GROVE'S signa
tura Is on each box, 25c
FORSAKES HORSES FOR AUTOS
J. P. MORGAN AND PRIZE WINNERS.
J. P. Morgan has decided to forsake horses for autos. In the picture
at the top are shown Tl and Hi-Tide the famous prize winning coach pair,
of Mr. Morgan, which he has presented to his daughter, Mrs. Herbert L.
Satterlee. A picture of Mr. Morgan appears at the right.
MERCHANTS PREPARE
FOR EARLY SHIPPERS
Shoe and Dry Goods Men to
Keep Open of Nights.
Merchants Of Richmond are already
meeting the great demands of the ear
ly shoppers, who have not the time to
do their trading during the day, and
many merchants will keep their places
of business open every night during
the remainder of the holiday shopping
season.
All shoe and dry goods stores in the
city will keep open until Christmas, be
ginning Wednesday night, December
16.
PHYSICIAN FACES
POSSIBLE CENSURE
Tacks Up County Local Option
Signs.
Eldorado, 6., Bee. 14. Dr. B. F.
Beane has surprised all his patrons
and fellow citizens by his courageous
attitude in regard to the county local
option question. Dr. Beane became
busy Saturday and upon the telephone
poles and sides of buildings nailed
posters declaring the only way to save
the boys and girls of the country is
by voting the counties of Ohio dry.
The physician says he does not be
lieve he has jeopordized his practice
by his attitude.
AUDITOR SAYS
IT'S ALL WRONG
Ads for Depositories Prema
ture, He Claims.
Advertisements for bids for county
depositories, which have been Insert
ed in newspapers throughout the
state are not within the requirements
of the Jaw, according to the claims of
county auditor Coe. He says that
these advertisements are premature
and the depositories can not be select
ed until after the first of the year.
FAMOUS OARSMAN
TO WED HEIRESS
CAPT. "JACK" MULCAHY.
Captain "Jack" Mulcahy, champion
oaVsman and winner with William
Varley of the Olympic double skull
trophy at St, Louis and of the Emper
or William cup at Hamburg, and a
New York alderman, is soon to wed
Miss Katherine Vilsack of Pittsburg,
heiress of $2,000,000.
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IRALS CALL ON
PRESIDENT OBALIDA
Pacific Fleet Anchors in Pana
ma Harbor.
Panama, Dec. 14. The Pacific ar
mored cruiser fleet arrived here Sun
day at noon and anchored in the har
bor near the Yorktown, which arrived
yesterday. The flagship West Vir
ginia, headed the column and the oth
ers followed in single file in this or
der: Colorado, Maryland, Pennsylva
nia, Tennessee, California, South Da
kota, Washington. Rear Admirals
Swinburne and Sebree, together with
Minister Squires, called upon President
Obalida today.
TED AT
EARLHAM IN 186
Wickersham, Who Died in Chi
cago Former Student.
William B. Wickersham, former sec
retary and treasurer of the Chicago
public library, who died recently, was
a graduate of Earlham college in
1867. The institution at that time
was known as the Friends' Boarding
school. Mr. Wickersham placed the
first books cn the shelves of the Chi
cago library following the fire of 1871.
The present library building is due
largely to his untiring zeal.
ELDORADO, OHIO.
Eldorado, O., Dec. 14. Charles
Bloom of New Paris, and A. C. Rising
er, Eaton Attorney, will speak at the
U. B. church tonight on "County Lo
cal Option." It is claimed Preble
county will vote dry by 1,000 majori
ty. A social dance was given last even
ing at the K. of P. Hall. Quite a
number were present and all har a
pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonebrake left
for Missouri this morning, where they
will make an extended visit with rel
atives. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schlientz are
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Schlientz. Wm. Schlientz, who
was temporarily in charge of the busi
ness ht Brookville, Is home.
John Doyle is contemplating an ex
tended visit with his sister in Iowa, in
the near future. j
Warren McClure of Richmond, Sun
dayed with, his mother, Mrs. Martha
McClure.
Chester Blackford of Dayton, is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Shewmon.
Mrs. Sarah Jones, formerly of this
place, is the guest of relatives. j
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. McClure, Mr. and ;
Mrs. Fred Schlientz and daughter, Des
sie, Mrs. Pauline Shewmon and Mrs.
Josie Beck and son Joseph, were shop
ping in Richmond, Saturday.
The Towtr of Famine.
The Torre della Fame, or Tower of
Famine, was noted for its grewsome
history. It once stood In Pisa. Italy,
but there are now no traces of it.
Count Ugollno della Glierardscha.
whom Dnnte immortalized, was the
head of the Guelphs. and because of
his tyranny and accredited attempts
to plnce his country In bondage he
was antagonized and finaHy conquered
by the chief of the Ghibeilines. who
Imprisoned him. with his two sons and
two grandsons. In this tower, the slow
method of starvation beinjr employed
as the manner of their dath. The
door of the tower wa locked and the
keys thrown Into the Arno.
Th. Holy City.
Medina, the holy city, triumphed long
ago over all the rivals in various parts
of the world which bore the same
name, which means simply "city."
Notable among them were the old cap
ital of Malta and Medina Sldonia In
Spain. The Arabian city was original
ly known as Yathrlb. but owes its later
name. El-Medina (the city or Medinat
Rasul Allah (the city of th- apostle of
God), to roe Koran. To a good Moham
medan there Is only one city "with a
bigC."
In.Id. and Outside.
The following report was sent by a
subordinate inspector to his chief In
the telephone service. It concerned a
raultv nous? connection: .
"Found wire with no outside outside.
Put inside wire outside and outside in
side. Need more outalda far inside."
FORMER STATE
OFFICER DEAD
Daniel P. Baldwin of Logans
port Succumbs to
Apoplexy.
MANY FINANCIAL TROUBLES
WAS INTERESTED IN THREE
BANKS CLOSED BY STATE AUD
ITOR AND WAS INDICTED FOR
EMBEZZLEMENT.
Logansport, Ind., Dec. 14 Daniel
P. Baldwin, former Attorney-General ,
of Indiana, prominent as a lecturer, !
traveler and writer, fell dead here Sun-;
day afternoon. Apoplexy was the !
cause, it is said.
A year ago Mr. Baldwin's private
banks at Goodland, Fowler and Am
bia, Ind., were closed by order of Au
ditor of State Billheimer. Since then
Mr. Baldwin, who was 71 years of age,
struggled to untangle the affairs of
these and other institutions in which
he was interested, surrendering his
fortune to secure creditors. On No
vember 5 last the Benton county grand
jury indicted him on two counts,
charging embezzlement, and he was re
leased on bond.
Baldwin was a trustee of Wabash
college at Crawfordsville, Ind., and do
nor of the Baldwin prize for oratory.
In a will written some time ago, he
was declared to have bequeathed many
thousand dollars to the college, but
most of his property was swept away
when the banks were glosed on the al
legation that depositors' money was
used to finance investments in Arkan
sas timber lands.
Baldwin was prominent in republi
can politics for many years, having
been a partner of Dudley D. Pratt, his
uncle. He was defeated for the repub
lican nomination as judge of the su
preme court, but graceful acceptance
of defeat won him the nomination for
attorney-general, to which office he
was elected during the campaign that
elected Porter governor of Indiana.
In 1892, after a quarrel with Pres
ident Harrison, he took the stump for
the national democratic committee, but
his tour was cut short when the use of
an injudicious phrase directed at for
eigners in a speech made in Milwau
kee, brought forth a bombardment of
eggs from a democratic marching club
composed of Poles.
MAJOR LACEY
MEETSJPPOSITION
Campaign for G. A. R. Com
mander Contested.
When. Major Lacey, of Fountain City
makes his campaign for Commander
of the G. A. R., Department of Indi
ana, he will find strong opposition.
Six candidates have announced their
candidacy and others are expected to
be heard from. Major Lacey will en
ter the race as the result of his in
dorsement by his regiment at its last
reunion. The Major is a member of
the Vicksburg monument commission.
Darwin's Modesty.
On Sunday afternoon Sir John Lub
bock, our host, took us all up to the
hilltop whence in his quiet Kentish
village Dafwin was shaking the world.
The illustrious pair, born in the same
year, had never met before. Mr. Glad
stone as soon as seated took Darwin's
interest In lessons of massacre for
granted and launched forth his thun
derbolts with unexhausted zest. His
great, wise, simple and truth loving lis
tener, then, 1 think, busy on digestive
powers of the drosera in his green
house, was intensely delighted. When
we broke up. watching Mr, Gladstone's
erect, alert figure as he walked away,
Darwin, shading his eyes with his
hand against the evening rays, said to
me in unaffected satisfaction. "What
an honor that such a great man should
come to. visit me!" Morley's "Life of
Gladstone."
One of the most accurate marks
men in the world is Lord Walslngham,
who is able to shoot wasps on the wig.
This feat requires a marvelous eye
and the steadiest of hands. To prac
tice on wasps and other insect shoot
ing he had a minature rifle specially
constructed. He also holds the re
cord fro an unsurpassed grouse bag,
for, after shooting single-handed for
fifteen hours, he had accounted for 1,
070 grouse. On another occasion,
with 1,100 firtrldges, he accounted
for 842 birds.
Marietta:
Order Gold Medal Flour if your folks are
pernicklty about their victuals. Sally Axx.
A 'Man
Is Known
by the company he keeps a
Coal by the Company 'that
keeps it. Our coal has attained
its high place in this city be
cause of willingness on our part '
to make, good every promise we
have made about our coal.
D. C. Bollerdick & Son,
Phone 1235. 529 S. 5tk St.
RESTORATIVE
TREATMENT FOR
NERVOUS MEN
Undoubtedly the following
prescription will work wonders
for that great class of men who,
through illness or dissipation of
their natural strength, find
themselves In their second child
hood long before the three score
and ten allotted to" life's enjoy
ments are reached.
Coming from a source of un
questioned authority on the ail
ments of men, it is presumed to
be infallible, and the profession
generally endorse the ingredients
as highly efficient in quickly re
storing in nerv'ous exhaustion,
melancholia and the functions of
the body. It is published now
with the full authority of the
originator for the benefit of the
ship-wTecked lives that find life
not worth the living, and who
have been unsuccessfully treat
ed. First get fifty cents' worth
compound fluid balmwort in a
one ounce package, and three
ounces syrup sarsaparilla com
pound; take home, mix and let
stand two hours; then get one
ounce compound essence cardiol
and one ounce tincture cado
mene (not cardamom). Mix all
in a six or eight ounce bottle,
shake well and take one tea
spoonful after each meal and
one when retiring, followed by a
drink of water. It is said by
those who have been treated
that astonishing nerve power and
vigor follow.
By mixing it at home no man
need be the wiser as to another's
shortcomings and expensive fees
are avoided.
WELL KNOWN YOUNG
MEN TO LEAVE CITY
Edward Wilson and Myron
Malsby to Go Into Business.
Edward Wilson, a well known young
man, has tendered his resignation as
clerk in the Richmond division freight
office, Panhandle. His resignation
goes Into effect the first of the year.
Mr. Wilson and Myron Malsby, another
well known local young man, will
probably engage in some business en
terprise outside the olty.
Household Worries
The woman who has the care of
children in addition to her house
hold duties frequently finds the dram
upen her vitality more than her con
stitution can stand. She . becomes
nervous, irritable, passes sleepless
nights, has headache, backache and
other weaknesses that make life
miserable. For such there is nothing
that gives such quick relief as
Dr. Miles' Nervine
which acts directly upon the nerves,
refreshing and strengthening them.
"I was in a very weak condition:
could not gain any strength; on the
contrary, lapsed into nervous prostra
tion. Had headache, neuralgia, could
not sleep. I began using Ir. Miles'
Nervine and grew rapidly better. For
weak women there is nothing better."
MRS. E. G. GILBERTSON.
Betvldere, Ills.
The first bottle will benefit; If not,
your druflsist will return your money.
fSeeI
Dll COONE WEEK'S
I I bk TREATMENT
Cures Hemorrhoids, Ulcers, Itching,
Bleeding Piles, Fistnla and all Rectal
Diseases. Gives Immediate Relief.
SEND AT ONCE. POST PAID.
PILO CO., Anderson, Ind.
Suits
Cravenettes
Overcoats
$10
No More. No Leas.
1 At a positive saving
of
$5.00
Dress Well
Be well dressed. There Is
a certain correct style
about suits made by
Emmons Tailoring Co.
At $15 and $18
florsheim
$4 or $5
SH OE S
Will make a very accept
able Xmai present.
' Haislcy's
FRED'S Main (
SPECIAL STAMP
SALE THIS WEEK
A beautiful China Salad Dish or 40
stamps given away free with a pur
chase of 50c worth of Coffee, Teas,
Spice, Baking Powder or Extracts.
25 STAMPS with oce STAMPS with one
lb. of Coffee at S5c ,b' ot Tea at 70c lb
20 STAMPS with one VJP l 45 STAMPS with one
lb. of Coffee at 30c. lb. of Tea at 60c a lb.
15 STAMPS with one STAMPS.. 40 STAMPS with one
lb of Coffee at 25c. With One 18-OZ lb. of Tea at K0c a lb.
-10 STAMPS with one Can Ol A. & P. 10 STAMPS with two
box Raisins at ioc a Baking Powder 1,0X63 of a- & p- Wan-
bo. at 50cts.acan. lns Powder at 5c bo
10 stamps with one Perfectly Pure. 10 STAMPS 3
box Currants at 10c a gj ade. beS of & P' G1"
j)Q lino fit 5c & box.
20 STAMPS with one 2-oz. bot- 10 STAMPS with one bottle of
tie of A. & P. Extracts at 25c a A. & P. Catsup at 18c a 'bot
bottle. tie.
The Great
r
i
& Pacific Tea Cc.
727 Main Street
Phone 1215
lllll ;
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
LOANS, RENTS
W. H. Bradbury & Son
Room 1 and 3, Waatoott Blk
You smoke for pleasure. Any
cigar will make smoke, so will a
smoke-stack. Our cigars are brim
ful of pleasure.
Quigley Drug Stores
821 N. E St. - 4th & Main Sts.
Watch
Repairing
Right on the second Is the only
way to have your watch and that
way is to hara FEEGER give It
his attention.
1027 Main St.
Phone 2174
SCHEDULES
Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville
Railroad Company
Phone 2062
In Effect November 15. 1908.
East Bound Chicago-Cincinnati
1
3
Dally
5
Dally
STATIONS
Dally
Lv Chicago . .
Ar Peru
Lv Peru . . . . .
L.v Marion . . .
Lv Muncie . . .
Lv Richmond
Lv Ct Grove. .
Ar Cincinnati.
9.15am
10.05pm!
2.13am
2.23am) 6.00am
3.16am! -7.00am
4.10am1 7.69am
6.21amr 9.22am
5.65aml
7.20am
1 ?3rm
2.15pm
3.01pm
4.20pm
i.ojpm
6.50pm
West Bound- Clncinnatl-Chlcaao
2
Dally
1
Dally
-8
Dally
STATIONS
Lv Cincinnati
Lv Ct Grove.
8.15am
9.55am
10.00pm
11.34pm
Lv
Richmond.
10.30am
lZ.OSam
7.00pm
8.30pm
9.30pm
Lv
Muncie
11.50am
12.50pm
1.53pm
1.22am
2.14am
Lv Marion
Ar' Peru .
10.30pm
Lv
Ar
Peru .
2. 03pm
5.40 pm
3.23am
7.35am
Chicago
(12th St. Station)
All trains run dally. Sunday service
same as on week days.
Through Vesttbuled Trains between
Chicago and Cincinnati. Double daily
service. Through sleepers on trains
Nos. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cin
cinnati. Fine Buffet service on trains 1 and 2.
For train connections and other In
formation call
C. A. BLAin, P. A T. A.
Home Phone 2062. Richmond. Ind.
Peter Johnson
Company
MAIN ST.
Favorite Stoves
and Ranges.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY.
Before You Slip or Get the Grippe
Insure with E. B. Knollenberg
11 S. Elgntn St.
ACCIDENT ' HEALTH
COR. Olh and IV1AIIV STREETS
FURNITURE REDDING PICTU
Atlantic
'J
Going South
To Florida?
The C. C. & L. R. R.
Offers Very Low
Round Trip Rates
During the Winter
Season to
Jacksonville. Fla.
De Land, Fla. $42.15
Melbourne. Fla. .........$44.65
Orlando, Fla. $43.85
Palm Beach. Fla $54.25
Pensacola. Fla. $29.C0
New Orleans, La $32i0
Winter Tourist Tickets Rood for
return until June 1st. 1909.
Round Trip Home Seekers
Tickets (21 day limit) on sale
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each
month, to the South, East and
North East.
. For particulars call on
C. A. BLAIR.
Pass, it Ticket Agsot.
Home Tel 2062. Richmond. Iod.
Fire Insurance,
Bonds. Loans.
Moore & Ogborn
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phone 1S89.
SPECIALS.
Cream to whip, Home Made 4
4 Mince Meat, ' Bockmeyer Kraut. 4
HADELEY BROS.
Terre Daulc, Indianapolis &
Eastern Traction Co.
Eastern Division
(Time Table Effective, Oct. 27. 107.)
Trains leave Rlctamoad ttc Indian
apolis and Intermediate stations at
6:00 a. m, -7:25, 8:0. 9:25. 10:00.
;i:00. 12:00. 1:00. 2:2S. 3:00. 4:00.
5:25. 6:00. 7:20. 8:40. 9:00. 10:00.
11:10.
Limited trains.
Last car to Indianapolis. 8:40 p. m.
Last car to New Castle. 10:90 p. m.
Trains connect at Indianapolis for
Lafayette. Frankfort. Crawfordsville.
Terre Haute. Clinton, SnIUTsa. Paris
nil. ri.v throurb
Christmas Rates on
C.C. &L R.R.
The C, C. &. L. R. R. The Straight
Line announces that it will sell ex
cursion tickets account Christmas and
New Year's holidays at one and one
half fares for the round trip, to all
points north of Ohio, east of the Mie
BiBsipi, thence east of a line from St.
Louis to Chicago, the lower portion of
Michigan, and west of Buffalo, Pitts
burg. Parkersburg. Wheeling and
Charleston. Tickets will be on sale
December 24 and 25, good until De
cember 28, 1908 and for New Year's
Day, December 31 . and January 1, good
to January 4, lOfXh
To those who desire to arail them
selves of this rate, full information as
to rates, routes, etc., will be giren by
writing or calling on nearest CCA:
L. agent, or by writing to T. H. Gur
ney, G. P. A., at Chicago, IIL
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