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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 jl?10-
PAGE.SIX Take a Trip to California-Colorado or any part of the great West on the St Louis -Colorado Limited Leaving St. Louis Union Station daily at.2.00 p. m. over the Walbaslhi and Ueiomi Pacific The Shortest and Safest Route Electric block signals dining car meals a la carte perfect track. For literature, information, rates, etc, call on or address R. G. Thompson, D. P. A. W. H. Connor, G. A. Wabash R. R. Co. Union Pacific R. R. Co. 412 Traction Terminal Bldg. 53 E. Fourth St. Indianapolis, Indiana Cincinnati. O. op this question I had, a conversation with Mr. Leeds on this same subject that he advised done during the cam paign; also the question of buying the water works and part of the plan I have presented. The Board of Public Works has al ready taken a complete inventory of Glenn Miller and will complete its work as soon as it is possible; and it is being gone over thoroughly without any extra expense. IN HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS THE MAYOR OUTLINES POLICIES (Continued From Page One.) propriatlon of $2.0.-NK, or $75 per lamp, per annum, for aiu lamps. At that time we bad only lamps, leaving a surplus of $750 or a sufficient amount to pay for 30 additional lamps which might be installed during the year. The difference between the appropria tion of last year and the one proposed for this year in round numbers is $8, fhV), which is a big saving, if found to be practical. But, before this year's appropriation is definitely settled, there are several matters council should consider. Stock Was Very Low. When this administration assumed charge of the City Light Plant, I found that the stock was lower than at any time during the past year, there were no transformers nor meters that could Dr. Whitehall's Rheumatic Remedy for years the Standard Remedy for acute and chronic Rheumatism. If you suffer from this dread disease, or are afflicted with lumbago, gout, sore muscles, stiff or swollen joints it will relieve those distressing sym ptoms, destroy the uric acid, and pre vent recurring attacks. 50 cents per box at druggists. Write for trial box. THE DR. WHITEHALL MEGRIMINE CO. South Bend, Ind. be used, no poles, lamp globes, glass insulators or carbons, supplies that were needed immediately, a part of which go to make the extension to the Wernle Orphans' Home. The pole line, which Is in good condition, con sidering its time of service, will need repairing. Some of the poles are eight years old and will have to be re placed by new one3. Likewise, the cross arms, meters, arc lamps and transformers. Council should consid er the steady advance in the price of nearly all material used by lighting plants. As an example, poles cost 40 per cent more now than they did eight years ago. It will, therefore, be seen that otfing to the lack of material on hand and the necessity of repair and extensions, a considerable sum of money will be required during the coming year for the light plant. I am of the firm opinion that this appropriation of $14,750 will not be at all adequate to meet these expenses. I therefore, earnestly recommend to council that the appropriation for street lighting, for the present year, be not reduced, as recommended by the former city controller. He Wants Competent Men. In selecting and filling the different positions the board and myself have tried to get desirable citizens and competent men in all departments and when one is found who does not fill the place satisfactorily to the people and to the appointing power, then his place will be vacant and another ap pointed. I have not gone into print and will not do so during my administration as I said eleven years ago. What I have to say, I will say to Council and the Board and I will try with the help of you councilmen and all officials, to give a thorough business administra tion and a better one than Richmond has ever had with the thought of econ omy in all transactions. The Councilman and Board of Public Works have received a communication from the Commercial club to the effect that an inventory should be taken of all city property which is right, but before the Commercail Club had taken EATON. OHIO. Eaton. O., Jan. 21. Joseph Deem Was arraigned before Police Justice Kennel Wednesday on the charge of having run his automobile in the city at a speed exceeding that specified in the speed ordinance. Deem was found guilty and was given a fine of 5.00 and costs, but as this was his first offense the fine was remitted. On the chase Deem ran over and killed a fox terrier belonging to C. H. Parsons. The Rev. W. A. Guy. of Athens, O., has accepted a unanimous call extend ed him by the congregation of the Barron Street church of Christ to be come their pastor and he will move here with his family at once. The Rev. Guy has preached here previously and has won the esteem and approval of the church. He will preach next Sunday morning and evening. The first annual exhibition of the Preble County Poultry and Pet Stock association, which opened here Wed nesday, has thus far proven more suc cessful than the more ardent promoters of the show had expected. On display are about .'i0 of the best birds seen anywhere, and the judging of the winners by J. A. Horning of Greens burg, Ind., has been a task of no little concern. About half of the birds were judged Wednesday and the re mainder were finished today. The attendance Wednesday was very grat ifying to the members of the society. The members of the board of direc tors of the Preble County Agricultural Society will hold a meeting in Eaton next Saturday for the purpose of re organizing for the coming year. Mem bers J. J. Kaylor and D. S. Ulrich will entertain the board at the Bismarck restaurant at dinner. Doctor A. G. Shaw, who was injured last Thursday in a runaway accident, which occurred about one mile west of Eaton, is yet confined to his bed be cause of the injuries he received to a knee that had been injured several months ago, by a fall from a street car in Chicago. Mrs. G. P. Scheid was a Richmond visitor Wednesday. Charles Pitsinger and family moved to Farmersvllle, O., Wednesday. The regular meeting of the Current Events club was held Wednesday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. F. P. Fil bert at her home on South Barron street. Dr. W. H. Bucke has returned from Co lumbus, where he attended a meeting of the State Veterinarians' association. Emmet Swafford, of Logansport, Ind. is a guest of his sister, Mrs. Enoch Johns, near West Florence. The body of Miss Anna Fanning. ", who died a few days ago, at her home in Cincinnati, was brought here Wed nesday for burial in Mound Hill Ceme tery. Short services were conducted at the cemetery by the Rev. Charles A. Hunter, of the local Presbyterian church. Miss Fanning is well known in Eaton, havine for a number of years lived west of this place. er. The greatest source of this loss is improper and inadequate packing. ! The loss in the foreign trade is not included in the twenty million, but ag- j gregates a large sum. Reports from i consuls and special agents received by the Bureau of Manufacturers show not only loss in the articles shipped, but a loss of trade because of care lessness in packing. Many Goods Ruined. Many reports show large consign ments of goods practically ruined be cause of inadequate packing. For in stance, out of 1,000 bags of cottonseed meal shipped to an European port, 800 were badly torn and damaged be cause of inadequate wrapping. Ma chinery is frequently received at for eign ports in a ruined condition be cause sent in thin pine boxes instead of being "knocked down" and prop erly guarded. There is great loss in cotton bales because of inadequate covering, although, cotton shipped from Egypt rarely sustains any loss, as it is properly guarded and packed. The Pennsylvania railroad has only recently been endeavoring to educate shippers to the needs for better pack ing, by taking parties of them around to freight stations that they might j see the poor condition in which many packages' of freight are received for transportation. This campaign of edu cation is to be extended to cover the entire railroad, and it is to be follow ed by the distribution of literature urging shippers to pack freight secure ly to insure its safe delivery to their customers. MM Housefurnishings, Furniture, Carpets, Stoves. Etc. Unprecedented Economies Inspect our superior stocks. You'll find them unrivaled in variety unequalled in value. Extra January price reductions on Buffets, China Closets, Sideboards, Chairs, etc. The reliable lines we carry, the extra low prices we quote must mean a buy ing inducement to you. 7 Piece Dining Room Set Priced $69, $95, $120 and up You're Always Welcome Cor. 9th and Main Sts. Try Mrs. Austin's Buckwheat flour Makes dandy cakes with the genuin. flavor. Ask your grocer. ARE TO INSTRUCT LOCAL SHIPPERS Pennsylvania Railroad Will Tell Them How to Pack Their Goods. WANT TO REDUCE DAMAGES OWING TO THE CARELESS WAY IN WHICH EXPORTS ARE PRE PARED FOR SHIPPING, LOSS IS A HEAVY ITEM, Looking One's Best. It's a woman's delight to look her best but pimples, skin eruptions. sores and boils rob life of joy. Lis ten! Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures them; makes the skin soft and vel vety. It glorifies the face. Cures Pimples, Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Crack ed Lips, Chapped Hands. Try It In fallible for Piles. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co. Spiceland Sanitarium opens Jan. 24, 1910. To our many friends and pa trons In Richmond and Wayne county we announce that we are ready to re ceive those in need of sanitarium treatment and cordially invite inspec tion of our new and up-to-date outfit. New facilities for heating, lighting and bathing, in fact all practically new except the same old home like hospitality that has always character ized this sanitarium. Respectfully, MINERAL SPRINGS CO. 21-2t To the ladies wishing a little exer cise at City Bowling alley, address Walter Runge. Emory? Who is Emory? TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE'S FINANCIAL REPJORT Township trustees financial rejort to the Advisory Board, Harrison town ship, Wayne count, Indiana. Gilbert Wright, township trustee. Dated June 30, 1909. RECORD OF MONEYS RECEIVED By Gilbert Wright, trustee of Har rison township, Wayne Co., during the six months ending June 30, 1909. Jan 5, Former trustee 642.12 Jan 25, D S Coe Jan dist. . . : . 1,237.31 Feb 1, First National Bank Greensfork interest March 1, First National Bank Greensfork interest April 1, First National Bank Greensfork interest May 1, First National Bank Greensfork interest May 17, W H Wilson dog tax May 25, W H Wilson shingles May 26, F Clark dog tax May 28, May Keever dog tax Jan 1, D E Moore sale of school bonds 5,075.00 Jan 1, First National Bank Greensfork interest Jan 3, J Scott dog tax Jan 3, C Rusk dog tax Jan 8, Geo Whirley dog tax.. Jan 8, C Lightner dog tax Jan 9, W H Wilson and others old iron 1.45 2.62 2.40 1.81 62.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.79 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 peclahlii! Hoods Bannto Began Thursday, January 202b And continuing for 10 days8 of,ep ur bright, new stock at sacrifice prices. Many lines must be reduced quickly in order to make m or new spring goods. Read these few prices and keep In mind our Good Dress and Apron Gingfcms 6al price, per yard Best Calicoes, all standard pH". new colors and patterns, sale price 6c and . The New Cotton Bat, enougen each roll for one comfort Golf Gloves, all kinds, sold to 50c Pair now tey2c Pillow Cases, fine Blened Muslin, actually worth 15c each, sale price. Remnants of all kinds at grttly reduced prices. We sell the famous Pictorial Patterns. Fashion sheets free. 5c 5c 75c 19c 10c The New Store u t M3 It 14.00 10.5O 12.00 ; 7.5 j 6.00 ! 45.00 ! 33.00 3.64 j 3.63 i 3.67 j 75.00 6.001 2.25 2.80 8.75 8.90 3.00 20.01 8.58 21.00 Ending In furtherance of its campaign to secure better packing of articles of fered for shipment over its lines, the Pennsylvania railroad is to distribute locally, through its freight depart ment, hundreds of copies of the pam phlet just issued by the department of commerce and labor, entitled "Packing for Export." The Pennsylvania railroad has in the past two years been adopting ev ery possible expedient for reducing the number of damage claims made by its shippers. It estimates that last year the Pennsylvania paid out $1S5, 000 in damage claims which arose from poor and insecure packing. Due to the efforts made in the past year to impress upon shippers the advant age of better packing of freight, it is thought that the losses sustained in 1909 on this account will be somewhat smaller. Complaint of Consuls. The many complaints received from consular agents that American export ers do not pay sufficient attention to the packing of merchandise for ship ment to foreign countries has caused the department of commerce and la bor to issue a pamphlet describing in detail the so-called packing evils. The pamphlet is profusely illustrat ed with photographs of typical sam ples of poor packing. It is these booklets which the Pennsylvania rail road is to distribute to the shippers along its lines. The railroad managers have esti mated the freight loss and damage in the United States to aggregate 20 mil lion dollars per annum, while econo mic loss to the country is vastly great- Total $7,055.08 RECORD OF DISBURSEMENTS Made by Gilbert Wright trustee of Harrison township, Wayne county, during the six months ending June 30, 1909. Township Fund. Jan 19. L I Dougherty ad ser 5.00 Jan 19, J Buroughs ad ser.. 5.00 Jan 19, L H Hosier ad ser.... 5.00 Jan 25, Palladium Prtg Co. legal ad 12.S3 Jan 25, Richmond Morning News legal ad 13.76 Feb 10, D H Goble office sup 19.77 March 11, M Coffman work on grader 2.50 June 17, A Larker spikes and sewer 3.14 June 30, G Wright ser as trus 126.90 June 30, W M Roller bolts for bridge 1.53 Tuition Fund. Jan 29, Ivy Chamness teach ing No 2 66.57 Jan 29. Mamie Lott teaching No 2 54.20 Feb 3. Ester Jones teaching No 3 54.60 Feb 26, Mamie Lott teaching No 2 43.06 Local Tuition Fund. Feb 26, Mamie Lott teaching ing No 2 1114 Feb 26, Ivy L Chamness teach ing No 2 66.37 Feb 26, Ester Jones teaching No 3 54.60 March 26, Ivy L Chamness teaching No 2 - - - 66.57 March 26, Mamie Lott teach ing No 2 54.20 March 26 Ester Jones teaching No 3 54.60 March I Chamness Inst fees W- March M Lott inst fees 142 March JS, E Jones mst jan fees 11.4 March 2;, S Thompson drv hk March 2, L Stanton, janitor fees and oil April 1. Scott Lichty, hauling children to school 5MO April 3. W L Hatfield, coal . . April 17, J Sarver hldg exam April 3t, C. S. Keever com crds May 8, J O Campbell address.. May S, J H Chapman, music . . June 1, J Howarth, mans June 1, I C Moore, bond issue. June 3. M E Cox, wrecking school house 46.00 June 3, Ed Scates clng brick. . June 10, Morning News, adver tising bids school house... June 10, Palladium Ptg Co., ad vertising bids sch house.... June 14 W S Thompson, mov- rubbish of school site June 17, C. E. Werking, plans June 21. M E Cox Mov sch prop June 30, Gibben Wright, sup.. Road Fund. Feb 4, C W Miller rd work March 10, C Wilson brdg lum April 17, Cambridge City Lum ber Co., lumber April 17, E Kinsinger, grd road June 12, L Gember, labor June 19, V Fulton, labor Dog Fund. March, D S Coe ex dog fund.. Summary of the Six Months June 30, 1909. June 30, balance on hand last settle-j ment Township fund. $."0.(H; Tuition fund, $25.77; Local Tuition fund, $378. .; Special School fund. $7.50; Road fund, $37.St: Dog fund, $121.00. Receipts Township fund, $250.00: Tuition fund, SlfCW; Local Tuition fund. $4S2.K: Special School fund, $5,404.01; Road fund, $14.70; Dog fund, StVS.OO. Total of Balance and receipts Town ship fund, S3OO.06: Tuition fund. $21S. 4.3; Local Tuition fund, $801. io; Special School fund, $5,412.4; Road fund, $72.56; Dog fund. $180.00. Disbursements Township fund. $105. 4r; Tuition fund, $218.43; Local Tuition fund. $:?07.88: Special School fund, $4S4.3; Road fund, $52.10; Dog fund, $21.o. Balance-Township fund. $105.51; Local tuition fund. $553.77: Special School fund, $4,027.RT: Road fund. $20. 4S; Dog fund, $ 16N.no. Total of all funds Balance on hand last settlement. $642.12. Receipts. $6.41 2.!6. Total of balance and receipts, $7,055.08. Disbursements. SI, 270.29. Balance, $5,775.79. State of Indiana. Wayne County, ss.: The undersigned, being duly sworn upon his oath, says that the within Is a true and complete showing of all the moneys received and paid out, as he erily believes; and that the vari ous items of expenditure credited, have been fully paid in the sums stat ed, and without express or implied agreement that any portion thereof shall be retained by or paid to him. or to any other person: and that he has received no money i:or article of val ue in consideration of any contract made by him as trustee. GILBERT WRIGHT. Township Trustee. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this the 1st day of July, 10OO. LEON D. DOUGHERTY, Chairman of the Advisory Board. Note: The Trustee's Financial Re port for Harrison township for the six months ending Dec. 31, lOoO. Lewis Hosier, trustee, was published in Pal ladium's issue of Jan. 12th, 1010. THEOEORE HUNT Funeral Director and Embalmer for Nineteen Years with H. R Downing & Son is now with Wilson. Pohlmeyer & Downing 15 North 10th St. Phone 1335. fa OK Cor 5th & Main WE COTS r S) ..For 15 Cents.. The more you know about tobacco the more you will like cobs CIGARS Qui g Icy Drugstores The Flower Shop 1010 Main St Phose 1CJ2 ESTABLISHED IN 1851 WATCHES No more appropriate time for buying a watch than January, the month of new resolutions and good intentions. Resolve to be on time. Own a watch of your own one that you can rely on one that will give you the satisfying feeling of being accurate to the minute. Our watch stock will afford you a selection from a large range of designs. Movements of all the reliable makes, each bearing our ironclad guarantee. 0. E. DICKINSON Watch Repairing Diamonds M ovate THIS is ...FOR YOU If You Need Money $ .60 is a weekly payment on a $ 25.00 loan $1.20 is a weekly payment on a $ 50.00 loan $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100X0 loan Other amounts In the same proportion. We loan on housuehold goods, pianos, teams, etc., without removal RICHMOND LOAN CO. Room 8, Colonial Bldg. Phone 1545. Richmond, Ind. loxorioas Cat Net Necessarily Expensive bath rooms are now a factor In every modern home of even the most mod es pretensions, so much so that many moderate-sized houses are provided with two or more. This degree of comfort could not have been attained except through the Improvements In augurated by the system of modern sanitary plumbing. For reliance la such work. See Ctias. Johannlng COLDSEUK... Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Morning, Afternoon and Evening Moonlight Skating Thursday Night. Ladles Admitted Free ROSS GREASELESS PEROXIDE CREAM, 25c Mav be used as freely as desired with no daaoer of a aalna the arowth of hair on tke lace. It Is the Ideal ore less lace cream, vanishing) as soon as applied. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO- 84 MAIN ST- RICHMOND. IND. Ross' Liquid Corn Remedy. Ten Cents Total $ 721.76 Special School Fund. I j Jan. 20, S Thompson. . driv hack 51.20 1 Jan 29, H Clark, janitor and on 3.2S j Feb 2t, L Stanton, jan and oil 3.j March 16. C Lightner. wood 7.00 i March 20, J Sarver. hldg exam 2.50 J MICKS SAYS- o o (COILED WAVE For the next two weeks cold freezing weather. Be prepared this time and have the OO -COAL BIN IFILLEO Orders Promptly Delivered. , Hackman, Klehfofh Q. o.