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PAGE TIIHEE BOOM GOV. IHOII Eaton, O.. Mar 31-A routine con ventlon of Preble coanty'a democracy was held last Saturday afternoon In the Eaton opera house. The presiden tial boom of Governor Harmon was in dorsed and also his present adminis tration. Congressman James E. Cox's administration was highly favoredand his re-election was earnestly asked. The personnel of the various state and county office was considered favor ably and support In their behalf solicited. The following is the list of dele gates chosen: State Convention Mayor D. J. Mil ler, Earl H. Irvin. Frank E. Rlnehart, Edward Eck, Charles H. Moses, M. M. Wyatt and Charles M. Eikenberry. State Senatorial Convention John A. Roselius, Joe A. Kennel, Arthur D. Davis, John Ehler, Jr.. Clem Cooper, Charles D. Fadler and Joseph A. Day. Common Pleas Judicial Convention Hugh R. Oilmore, V. V. Brumbaugh. Charles D. Fadler, Arthur D. Davis, Henry Unger, Michael Cabin' and Jesse Eby. Hon. Philip A. Savior was chosen the delegate to represent the county In the circuit Judicial convention. Mr. Baylor will be the candidate for a seat on the common pleas bench, provided, however, no other democrat in the dis trict wants the job. Michael Cahlll, of Preble and Geo. K. Cetone, of Montgomery, will be sunnarted bv the delerates to the sen atorial convention. The county offers no candidate for the circuit bench. At Local Theaters Shakespearean Play. The people of Richmond and vicin ity and especially those who desire to see the best in the English literature will be interested in learning that the first production of Shakespearean plays ever shown in motion pictures will be seen at the New Murray this week. "Winter's Night Tale" will be seen this week, the first subject of the Tannhauser art films and should be seen by every lover of this class of production. Every teacher and pu pil of the public schools should see this famous Shakespearean play, "Winter's Night Tale" can be seen at every show at the Murray this week. Carnival at Beallvlew. It required considerable persuasion on the part of the amusement com mittee representing the order of Moose to induce Geo. W. Rollins, of St. Louis, Mo., to bring his big trained wild animal show to Richmond for the Carnival now going on at Beallvlew Park. The size and quality of the show demonstrates the fact that the committee made no mistake in select ing this famous animal troupe as a feature for the week. This show . carries fifty-seven ani mals from forest and jungle, gathered from all part of the world. ", They have been trained by the best animal subjugators In the world and every act proves to be along new lines. Vir ginia, the fearless woman who goes into the steel arena with a group of four large African Hons, is one of the most remarkable animal trainers in the country. After making her group of lions go through a series of mar- volous picture poses she concludes her act by placing her head in the mouth of Prince, said to be the largest and most dangerous lion in captivity. The act of Herr Dreisbach, the Ger . man Animal Trainer, and his group of beautiful . leopards, tigers and jaguars is one that is extremely pleasing. Capt. James Brlggs, the English An imal educator, with his big lion Caesar and his man-hating Congars, furnish enough excitement In a few minutes to satisfy anyone for weeks to come. After' the show is over in the three big rings, the jungle animals are placed on exhibition and an Interesting lecture Is given by one of the show attaches. While the whole carnival Is good the committee asks that the public give to the Trained Wild Animal Show a generaus and liberal patronage for it is the largest and best show of its kind ever seen In the city of Rich mond. - -' Lovely Complexion A Clear Skin ana) Bright Eyes are Easy to Get AH the beauty in creams in creation won't Improve your complexion If your stomach is out of order. Belching of gas and heartbifrn mean bad food In the stomach. Bad food means bad blood and bad blood means a bad complexion. Try Mi-o-na stomach tablets for stomach misery, biliousness, dizziness and Indigestion. They relieve in few minutes: they make rich, red blood. They are guaranteed to cure or money back." Read what a Kansas woman cava "I want to praise Mi-o-na stomach tablets, for I had been doctorlna- for over a year for stomach trouble and found nothing that did me as much good as Mi-o-na does. I only have the second box and It has relieved all pain in my stomach. For all who auf fer from stomach trouble or indiges tion Mi-o-na cant be beaten. You can use my name, tor Mi-o-na baa don world of good for me when doctors failed." Mrs. Cordelia B. Mann, 207 E. 11th St, Junction City, Kans., Nov. 3. 1909. . Mi-o-na stomach tablets are sold by druggists everywhere and by L H Fine for 60 cents a large box. Test samples free from Booth's Mi-o-na, sumuo, ti. t. J L f... 9lC;.fKl J Cues catarrh ox 'kaitln. MILTON. IfJD. MUton, Ind., May 31. Mrs. Uly Wasson and son Everett of Indiana polis are visiting her mother, Mrs. Elwood Hussey and family. Mrs. Joe Welgle of Cambridge City, spent Saturday with her daughter. Mrs. H. D. Huddleston. Mr. and Mrs. George Kimmel spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kimmel at Winchester. Mrs. Henry Schlegel is visiting at Metamora. Miss Zola Baer of Dayton is visiting Miss Mary Ward. Mrs. Julia Ball and daughter, Miss Maude Ball, have returned from an extended stay In the west Word has been received by Mrs. Hettie Murray and other relatives of the death of Falcon Confare, aged 50, at Great Bend, Kansas. He was work ing at a grain elevator and his cloth ing caught in the machinery. He was whirled about several times before the machinery could be stopped. He was taken to the hospital at Great Bend where he died soon from his Injuries. He was born at Milton and was the son of Benjamin and Parmelia Murray Confare and the grandson of the late John Confare. He was a nephew of Mrs. Hettie Murray of Milton. Miss Marie Elwell has entered Earl- ham for the summer term. Vernon Branson of Cincinnati Is vis iting his parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Branson and Mrs. R. P. Lind say and family. O. H. Beeson and J as. Doddridge re turned from Silver Lake near Wabash with a fine lot of fish. They were joined by Chas. Wallace and Emsley Wright of Wabash. The party caught eighty. Mrs. Elma Cook spent yesterday at New Castle at her son's. Levi Cook. Other guests were her daughter and niece, Mrs. Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Beedlove of Kokomo. Mrs. Beedlove Is the daughter of Jesse Moore of Milton. The body of the late Mrs. MaryBur- dlclc who died at Held Memorial hos pital in Richmond Sunday evening was brought to her home here with Mr. and Mrs. David Nugent yesterday afternoon. The funeral took place at the Christian church here, of which she was a member, this afternoon, the Rev. E. K. Van Winkle, pastor, offi ciating. The burial was at the Luth eran cemetery at East Germantown. She leaves no Immediate family ex cept a little granddaughter, of Terre Haute. She was 58 years old and un derwent a critical surgical operation, over a week ago. The Rev. C. H. Pinnlck preached an excellent sermon on the "Sacra ment of the Lord's Supper." A spec ial number In music was a solo by Mrs. Henry Caswell, of Indianapolis In the evening the Rev. Dr. Tevis. su perintendent of the Connersville M. E, district preached an excellent sermon on the theme, "They Have Eyes, But See Not," afterwhich he administer ed the Sacrament of the Lord's Sup per. Mrs. Caswell also' rendered an other solo, at. the services. Miss Hattie Heist formerly of East Germantown, now of Kansas, is vis iting her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. H Heist. Mr. and Mrs. John Breedlove of Ko komo, spent yesterday with her fath er, Jesse Moore and family. Foley Kidney Pills are antiseptic, tonic and restorative and a prompt corrective of all urinary Irregularities. Refuse substitutes. Sold by all drug CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., May 31. Mr. and Mrs. O. I Harris have returned to their home near Marlon, after a vis it with the latter's parents. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Coffin. They were accom panied home by Master Ross Coffin, who will spend the summer with them Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wheelan and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Whee- lan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Retts of Hagerstown. Miss Mary Overbeck has returned from Boulder, Col., and will spend the summer at her home in East Cambridge. Mrs. E. C. Coons has returned to her home in Seymour, after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. John Patten. Miss Margaret Peele of Indianapolis Is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Whee lan, and other friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Vanderhoot have returned to Norwood, Ohio, after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Abl- ram Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and son were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson, east of Milton, Saturday and Sunday. William Derrlckson, a veteran of the Civil war. died at his home in this city, Sunday morning at .nine o'clock, aged sixty-six years. The funeral will be held at the home Wednesday morn ing. Interment in Earlham cemetery. One son and one daughter survive him, his wife having died four years ago. - Mrs. Charles Bally spent Sunday with relatives In St Mary's. O. Mrs. Ablram Boyd very pleasantly entertained a dozen ladies in an in formal manner, Saturday afternoon, in honor of her guest Mrs. C. E. Vander- hoof, of Norwood. O. Mr. and Mrs, Otis Roberts have moved their household goods - to Spiceland. where they will be tempor arily located. Mr. Roberts will later take a position with a Dayton grocery firm. ;; , Mrs. R. A. Miller and children of Cincinnati, came Saturday for a visit of several weeks with Mrs. J. E. Brooks and daughter, Bessie. Mrs. Martha Hill of Fountain City, is spending several days with her brothers. H. B. and J. E. Miller. Miss Neva Hazelrigg went to In dianapolis the latter part of the week, to spend several weeks with her sis ter. Miss Flossie. " The time honored custom of decor ating the graves of the soldiers was observed in Cambridge City. Sunday afternoon. Clerk H. E. Penny of Rich mond, made the address. Les Jay, of Cincinnati was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Beard Sunday evening and Monday. ' . Claude) Klttarman and family of this city an Mrs. Emma Bowmaster. of Germantown, spent Monday in Richmond. Miss Theodosla McDivltt went to New Castle yesterday morning, after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Copeland. Miss Gladys Scott returned Sunday from New Castle, where she visited relatives. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Modlin, who are visiting Mrs. Scott's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Miller near Jacksonburg. Mrs. John Mack and daughter re turned to Indianapolis Monday after a visit with Cambridge City friends. Miss Blanche Scott, a young society woman and auto enthusiast, of New York, accompanied by Miss ShiUits, a newspaper correspondent of the same city passed through this place, Sun day afternoon between the hours of three and four. They were met at this point by a party of motorists in Ov erland cars, the same make in which Miss Scott is driving, and escorted to Indianapolis. Mrs. H. B. Miller, her guest Mrs. Martha Hill, of Fountain City and Mrs. Lee Ault spent Monday with relatives in New Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lafever of Mt Auburn visited relatives in Richmond, Monday and attended the Memorial exercises at the coliseum. Rev. W. D. Trout In a letter written from Sheridan, Wyo., to Cambridge City friends, speaks of Mrs. Trout as having undergone a very serious sur gical operation from which she is ral lying with the hope of ultimate recovery. Mrs. John Lair of Connersville, spent Monday with her sister. Mrs. Clara Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gard of Richmond were visitors in the home of the lat ter's grand mother, Mrs. George Paul, Monday. Miss Mary Baner, of Connersville, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Pusinelli. George Wilson and son, Clarence, have returned to Elwood, after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. S ant ford Wilson. N Miss Mary Costello, of Richmond, spent Sunday with friends in this place. Alonzo Henshaw of Knlghtstown. called on old friends in this place, Sunday. The Misses Mary Sullivan, Edith Powers and Helen Wolford of Indiana polis, are visiting friends in this city. FOR MORE THAU THREE DECADES Foley's Honey and Tar has been a household favorite for all ailments of the throat, chest and lungs. For in fants and children it is best and saf est as it contains no opiates, and no harmful drugs. None genuine but Foley's Honey and Tar In the yello package. Refuse substitutes. For sale by all druggists. DETECTIVE CATCHES EATQH BOOTLEGGERS Anti-saloon League Employe in Disguise of Tramp Fur nishes the Evidence. EACH FINED $50 AND COSTS SUNDAY LID-TILTING WAS QUITE EXPENSIVE TO EATON YOUNG MEN OTHER POLICE COURT NOTES. tire bill of Tare. The scotfpMsr carries Its formidable armament in the end of its slender, elongated abdomen in the shape of an exceedingly venomous booked atiag. Wbe disturbed it de rates this in the air and goes In search of Its disturber. But It la compara tirely slow In its motions, while mice are proverbial for their quickness the world over. The mouse learned many generations ago . where the scorpion carries its weapon, and when be meets It be leaps at the uplifted abdomen, takes on the sting at a single bite and proceeds to make a meal of his help less prey. It is supposed to be the only animal that relishes scorpions. Wanted Girl for general house work Wm. H. Quigg, 111 S. 12th St , 31t-3 LARGEST FIG ORCHARD Eaton, O., May 31. On a charge of bootlegging. Earl Deem and Harry Woodring, local young men, were ar rested Sunday by Marshal ; Charles Bunting and given a hearing Monday before Mayor D. J. Miller. The evi dence produced was sufficient to show their guilt and each was fined $50 and costs. The charge against them was preferred by James Turner, apparent ly a tramp, but generally believed to be a detective in the employ of the Anti-Saloon league. Turner charged that he had bought two bottles of beer from the young men. Levi Cole was arraigned on a charge of drunkenness and drew a fine of $5 and costs. An old fine had been standing against Cole pending his good behavior, but upon the infraction Sunday this was added and the total amount was $17.45. Dee Gard, charge! with' drunk enness and disorderly conduct, drew a fine of 15 and costs. NEW PARIS. 0. New Paris, O., May 31. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McKee of Eldorado spent a few days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Daugherty were Sunday: guests of Mr. Albert Daugh erty and family. . Miss Oval Daugherty took uSnday dinner with Mrs. G. H. Hill. Miss Ruth Miller who has been tak ing an art course in Cincinnati is home on her summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roach of Xe nia are here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pence of Pitts burg were here over Sunday. Mr. Walter Barton of Pittsburg spent Saturday and Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Louck entertain ed at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Eben Louck of Rich mond and Mr. and Mrs. David Louck of Sabina. Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt Engle are the proud parents of a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powell of Day ton spent Sunday and Monday here with friends and relatives. Mr.' Henry Rogers and son Chester of Verona are visiting here. Miss Bertha Burbage of Eaton was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Leh man Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Miller and Miss Lizzie Mitchell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Miller Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Daily entertain ed Mrs. Harris of Eldorado Sunday and Monday. Mr. Fred Kemp of Bradford was home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cronlnof Xenia were here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Roach of In dianapolis visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Barnett a few days. Miss Mary Carney of Dayton spent Sunday and Monday here. Miss Roxie Cousins of Anderson was here for Decoration day. Mrs. Crose and her family are visit ing in Greenville this week. Mrs. Julia aBumgardner of Logans port is visiting relatives here. Mr. Frank and Harry O'Toole of Mt Sterling, O.. spent Sunday and Monday with her sister, Mrs. George Kuebler. Mrs. Kneir of Dayton was a guest of Mrs. Ella Bloom Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Grubbs of New Madison and Miss Ethel OUannon of Richmond were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mitler yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mauck of Dayton are here visiting relatives and friends. Wavering. Nervous Old Lady (addressing officer on beard a passenger steamen Ob, captain, I wish yetfl go and speak to the man at the wheel He keeps turn ing It first one way and then the other, and I'm sure he doeaat know bis own mind. London King. Bedouins and Wator. It Is not nnnsaal to bear a Bedouin upon reaching a camp where water is offered him refuse it with the remark. "I drank only yesterday." On the Bedouins' long marches across dry countries the size of the water skins is nicely calculated to just outlast the journey, and they rarely allow them selves to break the habit of abstemi ousness, as this would be sure to make their next water fsst all the harder. They are accustomed from infancy to regard water as a most precious com modity and use it with religious econ omy. They know every hollow and nook in the mountains where water may be found. Their camels and goats, which they take with them on their marches to supply them with milk and meat live principally on the scanty herbage and foliage of the thorny mi mosa. Neither men nor animals drink more than once in forty-eight hours. No wonder they can subsist where In vaders quickly perish. Mies That Subsist on Scorpions. Among the queer forms of animal life that inhabit Death valley is a mouse that has acquired such a taste for scprolops that. thex form its en- San Antonio, Texas, May 31. The largest fig orchard ever set out in this country will be planted near this city next December by the W. W. Wharton company. There are over 500 acres in the tract, known as the Ala meda Gardens, and it will take 90.000 trees to establish the orchard. The company will also erect a preserving plant. Action. Action does not always bring happi ness, but there is no happiness wiln eut action. Disraeli. HOPE FOR ECZEMA PATIENTS The oil of wintergreen compound for eczema known as D. D. D. Pre scription can be secured at present from the Conkey Drug Co., in a 25 cent bottle. This offer is especially made to con vince those skin sufferers who have not yet tried the remedy. One bottle will suffice to cure a mild case, and the first application will instantly prove to you that you get relief at once from the itch. The moment you wash the skin with this mild, sooth ing liquid, the itch is gone. If upon our special recommenda tion you want to try a bottle of this proven eczema cure (D. D. D.) at 25 cents, telephone or call at our store. The Conkey Drug Co., Ninth and Main Sts., Richmond, Ind. . ASSOCIATION IN HOT WATER San Antonio. Texas. May 31. The American Bankers Association and the Burns and Sheridan National De tective Agency may look for a heavy damage suit as the result of having caused the unjustified arrest and ex tradition to this state of Louis Schnet derman of FuUerton, Calif., a retired South African missionary. Some time ago an individual giving his name as A. J. Van Houten. suc ceeded in defrauding two local banks out of considerable sums of money by means of forgery. The case was tak en up by the bankers' association with the result that its detective agency located at Fullerton a man who was thought to be Van Houten. Although Schneider-man protested that he was not the man wanted, he was taken in to custody and extradition papers for his removal to Texas were taken out On his arrival in this city the officials of the banks which he had defrauded discovered that a bad mistake had been made and that the wrong man had been brought here. When inter viewed. Mr. Schneiderman said that he offered the detectives proof of his identity but that they declined to look at it He will sue. Arrow If yon are troublod with tick headache, cos ftipatioa. indigestion, oflFentlva breath or oar disease arising from stomach trouble, gt a 50c or SI bottle of Or. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It ! positively guaranteed to euro voa. HORSE FEED U B I IK O The great conditioner. Produc es nice coat of hair. Don't fail to give it a trial. Richmond Feed 'Store 11-11 N. 9th Phone 2198 COLLARS having flexible bending points DO NOT CRACK IScck. 2 for 25c Cseett.raaor CoftUkam ARROW CUFFS, 25 cents a REMOVAL KOIKE. Dr. Gist, Dentist Has remove his oittce to 1114 Mela. New Murray Tfcectre APPROVED VAUBSVUUE Memorial Weak. Labella Italia Troupe. Feature film, "The Winter's Tale." OTHER EXCLUSIVE' FEATURES. Monday matinee, night prices pro vail. Matinee, any other day, 10c Night performancea, 7:45 and f. Prices 10, 15, and 20c Lege seats 25c PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. , "w- r- ..Daylight AH the Way- lL " III By the Ko4sk Sysless ' 111 JU j W. H. Itess Draa Co. 12M Wednesday and Thursday ....Last Two Days to Dear, W. E. DEGMONDI Special Limited Offering Froo Liver Remedy It is well to stop a physical ail ment at the first signs of its approach, and that is especially true of liver trouble, which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications. Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion, and hence take the wrong- remedy. When the liver does not store up suf ficient gastric Juices it becomes sluggish, and In this way disturbs the stomach and .bowels, with which It Is supposed to work In harmony. Then comes the sallow complexion, the pimply face, the dull pain In the forehead, the thinning of the blood, etc. A very Quick and sensible way to stop the trouble as well as to cure it is by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which contains Ingredients specially intended to promote the o tlvity of the liver. Among the many thousands who have written the doctor about the results achieved with his remedy, and who are glad to make the facts public so that others can help themselves, are Mr, J as. Kennedy, 8t. Louis. Mo.; Mrs. S. A. L Rue of Smith's Grove, Ky., and many others. These, like thousands of others, started the use of Syrup Pepsin with a sample. If you will send your name and address you can also obtain a free trial bottle. This will prove to you that liver trouble is promptly cured with this remedy or money will be refunded. Having tried it you can then buy it in the rula way of your druggist at fifty cents' and one dollar a bottle, and the latter is sufficient for an entire family. This remedy is a vast Improvement over cathartic tablets and salts, which only do good for the time being. Syrup Pepsin is permanent In Its results, is geasant to take and does not gripe. It especially good for all those who can not stand a violent purgative. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. Explain your case in a letter and he will reply to you in detail. Fbr the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise. For either request the doctor's address is Dr. W. B. CaidwelL R.504 Caid well building. Montlcello. JH. Fresco Painting and Interior Decorating Dickinson Wall Paper Store Phone 2201. 504 Main St. s top Staffffefffiisi The taWDBltM M4uwb Mf HVmiM-i Mat t. relieved and eventually topped by the use of Crocker's Khenraatio Cure. Eves In the most advanced and obstinate' e tals wonderful remedy rarely falls, because it supplies the blood with the power to eradicate the cause of the disease. Why suffer, when prompt relief can be had from Csroclier's Rheumatic Cure niUJPS DRUG CQl. WAKKEX. PA. Far sals sfti Make Your Surplus Earn 6 With No Taxes Why Be Satisfied With 2 to 4 Take Advantage of the ' Dodge Manufacturing CoY Preferred Stock Issue You Assume No Liability SIX per cent dividends without an element of risk with no taxes to pay we are sure; will appeal to all wide-awake Indianians. These are salient features of an immediate preferred stock issue by the Dodge Manu facturing Company, Mishawaka, Indiana, manufacturers of everything for the mechan ical transmission of power. Your Income Non-Taxable Whether you only have a few hundred dol lars saved, or have tens of thousands at com mand, investment in shares in this issue will secure you an assured income. Upon your income there can be no taxes under the laws of the State of Indiana. Nor can you incur any liability in the Com pany's affairs. This is guaranteed under the iron-bound terms of the stock contract filed with the Secretary of State of Indiana. Holders of the common stock assume all liability, pay all taxes. Holders of the pre ferred stock have no liability, pay no taxes yet draw 6 dividends. , No-dividends, under the Contract, can be paid on common stock until the preferred stock dividends have been paid in full. Nor can any payment ever be made on common stock principal until the preferred stock has been fully liquidated. Payments of dividends on the preferred stock begin from the date of the certificates. They are semi-annual, payable January 1st and July 1st. The stock is not listed there is no element of speculation. There can be no risk. The Absolute Certainty Most men today will understand that the name of the Dodge Company guarantees the absolute certainty of the investment. The capital stock of the company is $1,000,000. The surplus and reserves total $1,167,852. The preferred stock issue authorized is $1,500,000. The shares are $100 each. ' Ten thousand shares, or $1,000,000 worth of stock, are now to be sold. Undoubtedly the issue will be far over subscribed. This will mean that preferred shares will command a p retntum. The Dodge Growth The growth of this great industry makes one of the most interesting chapters of the nation's business history. From a cradle in an old frame mill 31 years ago, the Dodge Company has expanded to cover about nineteen acres of floor space today. It employs more than 1.200 operatives. , The real estate and plant are worth nearly a million and a half dollars. . IXBootmn The company never has had an unprofit able year. Year by year the business has grown more profitable. Last year was the greatest year of all partly due to general adoption of the Dodge Line by mill and factory partly to a national educational advertising campaign. The demand for the Dodge Line is perma nent. What the road-bed is to the railway, Dodge Transmission appliances are to the manufacturer. The company's present earning power is such that it can pay a 10 dividend on its capital stock after providing for interest on the preferred stock and making proper allow ance for depreciation and for addition to the surplus account, m- - The company transacts more than $2,000,000 annual business. Undoubtedly factory enlargements will enable it to reach the three million dollar mark. The present preferred stock issue is another step in the growth, the increased prosperity of the business. v ,-: Greater working capital and further exten sions and improvements to the plant will result. These are needed in meeting, the overwhelming demand for the Dodge Line Net Assets $2 for $1 This is a unique feature. According to the conditions of the stock contract;' the , net ' assets with Bills and Accounts Payable deducted shall always be in excess of doable the amount of outstanding preferred stock.7 ' Net assets of two dollars for one must be on hand at all times. We know of 'no more secure protection ever being given. And every dollar of assets is a LIVE dollar. No dead material. No useless machinery. All earning profits. Even the Good Will of the Dodge Company is not included in the statement of assets. Yet the Good Will, according to the usual way of computation, according to accepted financial practice, is worth millions of dollars. We have so much faith in this investment that we have given it our public and unquali fied approval. The people of Indiana have never had an opportunity excelling this We want every Indianian of large or small means to investigate. Get the Complete Facto M nnat Tsa an am In las Osag C is smm Has 1249, 0 sms ii-inl Is pay Ma snssM, BoSsf si tas facts sUrastiBC aistsr ml tfcs D4f m tim avsracs aMsai Iscssm mt rMlssli ss tW Ws art yss a est His ifiliiiat 1m mm hmw. mt Am SZ;SSa,M mt snfil mmmU by tUs 1 1 iiaj, wwm mSSmm sUbrs kmm bmrnm pmt kmdk m tfcs sfaai assl fcasaasa. CcafralTras! Csl. Trieste Lots A T. Trast a Dai Caw. Ft. Wayac Trsst Csl, Pen Ti Trsst Csl. TrastCa.. C., tmrm Kted by Trarf S c4 GnatTi Tost a: Ca,. Cm., Central Trust Co., fedianapclb