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The first tastsllment of Christmaa
8a vine checks from the Firet and
Second National banks, were mailed
this morning. Local-carriers delivered
approximately 8,000 checks to the
borne of Richmond.
"Most of the Christmas cheer let
ters were addressed to women and
children." - said Superintendent of
Malls Frank Wilson of the postofflc.
"There win be about 3.000 happy
homes In the city this morning when
the mailman steps up to the door with
letters representing a year's savings."
The banks will redeem the checks
in new money as long as It will last.
The Second Natioanl bank has $125,000
to distribute. Of this amount, $60,000
is in new gold c61n. The other banks
are' expecting to Issue the Christmas
savings checks later In the week.
Only the "paid up" deposits of the
First and Second National banks were
distributed by check today and it is
estimated that at least 3.000 more
checks will be issued by these banks
: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Plankenhorn
attended the funeral of Mrs. Grant
Kennedy In Richmond, Wednesday.. . .
nnw .n in Af Ti Mn&Ahland and
Gertrude, spent Tuesday evening wun
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Doddridge and fam
ily Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Roden-
berg and son Elmer, and Mrs. Roy
Rodenberg were automobiling in
Richmond Friday Mrs. Uxate Wait
ing and Miss Mary Plankenhorn had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Plankenhorn and son and Mr. and
Mrs. Ora Hendrlx and daughter
Miss Gertrude McCashland assisted
Mrs. Charles Brown with serving
Thursday and Friday Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Lamott ana aaugmers 01 near
Doddridge Chapel, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Lamott and family of Richmond,
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M.
' v Tir.v Alva Mm TVuM rlrifiTA
and daughters called on Mrs. Samuel
iriotiai- Bmri Tin rH Sjmdav afternoon.
....Mr. and Mrs. James Doddridge of
Milton, called on Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Doddridge and family Sunday evening.
....M. B. McCashland and wife were
ihnnnM in Liberty Friday.. . . .Mrs.
Monroe Stlnson and daughter Inez,
were calling In Philomath Friday.,...
Dont forget Literary Friday evening
at the town halL "A Mock Trial.". . . .
Miss Gertrude McCashland Is visiting
a few days with ner nrotner waiter,
and family on Pea Ridge.
HEALED BY AMOLOX
We are dally receiving letters of
praise from people who have been
cured by Amolox. Many of them tell
how, for years, they have tried differ
ent remedies and doctors In the vain
effort to find relief. Some become dis
couraged and lose all hope of ever
being cured. E. R. Frlsbee, 187 Syca
more St., Mansfield, O., writes: "Our
baby's face was covered with eczema
scales, sores and scabs. She was a
pltable sight. We tried everything.
Took her to Pittsburg doctors but
were unable to find any relief until we
used Amolox. It cured her within a
Amolox ointment will quickly heal
pimples on the face, red nose, and
minor skin troubles. Chronic cases of
dry or moist scaly eczema require
both the ointment and liquid to effect
a cure. At all drug stores. Trial size,
60c. Recommended and guaranteed by
A. G. Luken & Co. adv.
Great Demand for New
' They aar that tha advt&t ef the "santa
el tablet1' aa a vegetable substitute fir
calomel has resulted In aa extraordinary
demand for this remarkable product ft
eema to have made a bit particularly
, with those afflicted with chronic tonati-
! NUM, wno were quick to recognise us
, advan taxes ever calomel and the usual
Sentanel tablets, aside front their eaB
; feacr. doubtless owe their success lare-elv
ito a tendency to aid ia brlns-ing about
SMtui SM at ta v v mj mimm s ve. wjvvui
agin the "cathartn habit" Also, instead
af Injuring the membraneous lining of
the organs Involved, they exert a heeling
Influence. Instead of weakening, they
Sidd ton to the intestinal wall. And they
work so easily and gently, they are ef
ateurse preferred on this account to the
stolen tly acting purgatives. Their Inez
enstvenees is another reaaoa for the
popularity of aeataael tablets. One seed
procure only a dime's worth, aad take
ae tablet upon, retiring, to be convinced
lorpid liver, and their soany evil oaae
neneea, baa finally . been found. Drag
BATON. O., Dec. 7. Attorney H. I
Risinger has been named trustee to
settle the business of Frank W.
Sprowl, former owner of the Toggery,
a gents' furnishing store, who went
into bankruptcy a couple of weeks
ago. Trustee Risinger will name the
appraisers and inventory of the stock
will be taken this week. Sale will be
made at a later date. Sprowl's assets
are about $1,500 and his liabilities
A Druggist's Favorite Kidney
Remedy Fixed Mim
Fifteen years ago I had an attack 6f
acute kidney trouble. , I consulted a
physician - who gave , me medicln
which only relieved me for a time. Af
ter discontinuing his medicine my
trouble returned as severe as before.
Having heard of Swamp-Root I gave
it a trial and can honestly state that
three dollar bottles cured me, never
having any sickness-In fifteen years.
I have sold Dr. Kilmer's swamp-Root
as a druggist for many years and can
give it the very best of recommenda
tions at all times.
You are at liberty to use this state
ment any time you wish.
W. C. SUMMERS.
1219 Central Ave., Kansas City, Kan.
With Grand View Drug Co.
State of KanBas, County of Wyan
dotte, ss :
On this 11th day of August, 1909,
personally appeared before me, W. C.
Summers, who subscribed to the with
in statement and made oath that the
same is true in Substance and in fact.
Dr. Kilmer A. Co,
Blnghamton N. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root WU Do For
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer
4 Co.. Blnghamton. N. Y., for
a sample site bottle. It will con
vince anyone. You will also re
ceive a booklet of valuable Informa
tion telling all about the kidneys and
bladder. When writing, be sure and
mention the Richmond Daily Palla
dium. Regnl.tr fifty-cent and one-dollar
Use bottle for sale at all drug stores.
Chief Cause of Pimples
Blotches, Sallow Skin
tJasurMly eruptions, ptanwlaa, too
an due to a shiaslsh nvar. a eonatlpatad
a m ..Tt.. KIaaJ aaata a mm. m.
m, BwiMtivt arewwvt
tm Ml.k MUI
to resort to outward applications, which,
cam never Have natural, permanent re
pulse, If snore people oatyltaew It. there
aaaTWarv BlmDle remasbr. to be found ta
mtm entirely vsatetaMa and therVs
"oTm&g jVelesa Toponeae
get about a dime's worthy aad ewiitow
Sae at bedtime t risltsj Ttherea nothing
Is quite ao good for the pwpaao. The
aoUeei in the morning la ao easy. 00 eootn
lag. aad inataed of a weakening afters
aSeet. yon feel trulv refreehed aad invig
orated. 8entanel tableU are' aot only
the an est remedy known for constipation
ad torpid liver, but offer the sanest,
peost senetble treatment for complexion
aiwMiM if ti. v-"r -rcntiaaed
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RE
NEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE.
Notice is hereby given to the citi
zens of the city of Richmond, Wayne
county, Indiana, that the undersigned,
being duly qualified by law to receive
the same, will make application to the
board of county commissioners of
Wayne county. Indiana, at their next
regular term, commencing on the first
Monday in January, 1916, for a re
newal of his license to sell Intoxicat
ing, spirituous, vinous and malt liquors
at retail and in less quantities than
five gallons at a time and permit the
same to be drunk on the premises
where sold and for permission to con
duct a lunch counter on said prem
ises, in connection with said liquor
business, for a period of one year.
The precise location of the said
premises upon which I shall so make
application for such renewal of my
said license to so retail said itoxicat
ing liquors Is as follows, to-wlt: A
certain north room 15 feet and 5
inches east and west by 42 feet and 4
inches north and south, on the ground
floor of a one story brick building,
which said building abuts upon the
south side of Main street, in the city
of Richmond, Wayne township, Wayne
county, Indiana, and is located in the
Fourth ward of said city, and Is
known as No. 969 Main street, in said
city, and which said building is also
located upon part of lot No. 161, In
that part of said city laid out by John
7-jt JOHN J. STEELS-
aB7 will Ujr. WBWB vm mm m mm
Is haxseleas and quick acting. It is aa oW
lormnia. lesag reoogai&ed by the medical
BNfsaelosCwhich has been pat U tablet
form, aad at rueh small jnmii4
bow aH deprtved ef Its woaderfai heme-
DRUGS EXCITE YOUR
KIDNEYS, USE SALTS
If your Bask ie aching or Bladder
bothers, drink Iota of water
and eat leas meat.
When your kidneys hurt. and your
back feels sore, don't get scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and irritate the entire urinary tract
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean by flushing them
with a mild, harmless salts which re
moves the body's urinous waste and
stimulates them to their normal activ
ity. The function of the kidneys is to
filter the blood. In 24 hours they
strain from it 500 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily understand
the vital Importance of keeping the
Drink lots of wateryou can't drink
too much; also get from any phar
macist about fopr ounces of Jad Salts;
take - a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast each morning
for a few days and your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with lithia. and has
been used for generations to clean and
stimulate clogged kidneys; also to
neutralize the acids in urine so it no
longer is a source of irritation, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
Uthia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep their
kidneys clean and actire. Try this,
also keep up the water drinking, and
no doubt you will wonder what be
came of your kidney trouble and back
Wanted, For Rent, For
Sale, etc., lc per word for ,
one insertion, or 7 inser-
tions for the price of 5.
Phone or bring your ad to
this office before 10
o'clock a. m. in order that
we may insert It in the
FOLLOW THE WANT
If you are in business and
do not already carry a little
ad in the Palladium Phone
2834 and our ad man will
call and give you rate for
All ads in these col
umns coming under
the classification of
Will be inserted
1 time lc a word
7 times 5c a word
For space rate or club
rates call at office.
WANTED Young people who are will
ing to invest their savings checks as
& young lady did last year by taking a
business course. She is now holding
a splendid, position and has more
money -than she had a year ago, be
sides she has an education which is
practical and which will enable her to
support herself as long as she lives.
For Information telling you how you
can do the same thing, call at the
Richmond Business College at once.
TELEGRAPHY The most complete
system of railroad end commercial
telegraphy possible. blk system, edi
tion work, etc. Positions g--arant ..
Correspondence solicited. Wayne
Si" ocl - Telegrasisy. Fort Wayaj.
STEAD WORK GOOD PAY.
Indianapolis Glove Co.
South H and lroad.
EXPERIENCED h;l . wante in cloth
covering department. . Richmond
Casket Co. 1-tf
HELP WANTED Female Women
maki3 115 to $36 weekly selling guar
anteed hosiery. Experience unneces
sary. Part or full time. Pair beauti
ful silk hose free to first person ae
ceptine agency in your town. Write
international Mills. Norrlstowa. Pa.
WANTED-Automobile body builders.
Fry Bros. Mfg. Co. 3-tf
WANTED Piano tuning and player
piano repairing; also all kinds of
- usical instrumer" repaired: 30
years' experience. W. B. Watso- 3
S. 7th st. Phone 1756.
WANTED Agents Reliable agents to
Introduce our groceries, giving large
premium with every sale. Big money
maker. United Sales Association.
Desk 8, Hammond, Ind. 2-eod-3t
WANTED A Vtctrola or a diamond in
exchange for a good . vacant lot.
worth $250. Address Box 3, Palla
WANTED To make hair switches
and doll wigs from combings. Mrs.
Margaret Wenger, 227 N. 6th st. 4-7t
WANTED- Atkinson pays highest
cash prices tor second hand goods
and sells at lowest prices. See him
at Once. 416 Main. Phone 1945, 4-tf
WANTED Pin boys over 14 years of
age at City Bowling Alleys. 7-lt
WANTED Housework by middle
aged lady. Phone 2553. 7-2t
WANTED Roomers and boarders.
1413 N. D st. 7-3t
WANTED Girl who wants a good
nome, can arter Wednesday, 117 N.
W. 3rd st 7-tf
WANTED Second hand auto Ad
dress F, care Palladium. 7-lt
WANTED Rough dry family wash
ings at 5c a pound, flat pieces iron
ed free. All work called for, delivered
and guaranteed. Address Clarissa
Schools, R. F. D. 5, city. 7-2t
WANTED--To rent 4 rooms and bath,
modern, centrally located. Address
H. care Palladium. 24-tf
WANTED Middle aged woman for
housework in country. Phono 2365.
WANTED-Heavy spring wagon, will
consider trade.; also best cas - price
paid for stoves and household goods.
Wm. Rigsby, 14 N. 5th St. 6-4t
WANTED Roll top desk. Phone
WANTED Young men for locomotive
fireman- nnertnu nrniMwUirv
give age. Address Box 9. care palla
WANTED To buy fur. Call Satur
days from 1 to 3:30 at Shurley's Ldv-
ery. N. 8th st 6-7t
WANTED Good laundress. Jonas
Gaar, 1426 Main st.
WANTED Remington typewriter No.
10: must be cheap and in good con
dition. Address P. O. Box 114. 6-2t
WANTED Washings, call for and de
livered. Address Box 8, care Palia
WANTED Reliable middle aged white
woman to do work in country: no
washing. Reference required. Phone
WANTED The young people of Rich
mond who are receiving their ennst
mas savings checks this week to in
vest them in a scholarship in the Rich
mond Business College. 7-2t
EVERYTHING to repair that is bro-
ken; baby cabs, wringer rolls, sweep
ers, all kinds of grinding, pictures
framed, new and old bicycles. We turn
nothing way. Call for and delivered.
Brown-Darnell Co., 1020 Main st
NOTICE TO BIPDERS.
Proposals for supplies for the use of
the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the
Insane for the month of January. 1&16.
will be received by the board of trus
tees at the hospital before 3 p. m. Mon
day, December 13, 1913.. Specifica
tions may be seen at the Second Na
tional bank, or at the hospital.
By order Of the Board.
7-2t S. E. SMITH. Med. Supt
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
State of Indiana, County of Wayne, ss:
Estate of Frank Knollman. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has duly qualified in the
Wayne circuit court as executor of
the last will and testament or Frank
Knollman, deceased, late of Wayne
county. Indiana. Said estate is sup
posed to be solvent.
HENRY C. BTJLLERDICK, Executor.
Gardner, Jessup St White, Attorneys.
Hotel, newly equipped. 427
FOR RENT 3 rooms, el-nric lights.
water, gas, newly painted '.nd pap
ered throughout. 407 S. 4th st. Phone
2f$S. . S9-tf
FOR RENT 209 Pearl st., modern. 7
rooms, win - rent ntui iu ihmi
tenant; 511 N. D. 3 room flat, gas,
electric light. 17.00; S13 N. D, i
room flat, gas. electric- light. $7.00;
701 S. 6th. 5 rooms. $8.00. See Shlde
ler, 910V4 Main. Phone 1814. 3-tf
FOR RENT 6 room bouse. 07 N. 3rd
st. Phone 2047 or 1682. 37t
FOR RENT room flat. Phone 2277
Of J157. 3-7t
FOR RENT 31 S. 17th. st, 5 rooms.
modern, $18 and water. See Shide
ler. Phone l$14. 3-tf
FOR RfiNT 3 furnished rooms for
iight housekeeping, also garage.
Pnone 2296. . " Tt
F6R RENT 125 S. 12tb St.. 6 rooms,
bath, elecfrlc lights. Inquire 115 S.
11th st. 4-tf
FOR RENT Two rooms for house
keeping, down-stairs. 109 N. 12th
st. Phone 2550. 6-7t
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
apartment. 27 N. llth st. -2t
F6"R RENT-Cottage in FairvlewTW.
Inquire 207 N. 14th or Phone 1030.
F5R RENT One front room tor light
housekeeping, furnished; also fur
nished rooms for $1.00 up. 214 N. 9th
st. Phone 1810. 7-2t
FOR RENT Lower 5 room flat 324
S. Jlth st ' t ' 7t
FOR RENT---2 front rooms, down
stairs, for light housekeeping. 24
N. 13th St. V3t
O. C. 8CKWING. Campbellstown. O
general auctioneering; farm riles a
. . ATTENTION
Dealers Who Handle
We make a very complete
line of tanks tor underground
storage ef gasoline. They con
form to all requtreaentt of the
Fire Marshal. We furnish sev
eral different styles t pumps.
Our prices are right
WELDEX MFG. CO..
R. H. FETTA. Pro.
Cor. Twelfth and North E Sta.
FOR SALE New drop-bead sewing
machine. $18 H. D. Lacey. 9 a. 7tn.
for SALE Good coal range. 421
Pearl St 2 7-tf
FOR SALE Jersey cow and calf. Ed
Smith. New Paris Dike. 2-7t
Horses, harness, wagons, vehicle,
farm Implements, all kins. 317 N. A
FOR ' SALE Carriage and Penlnsu
lar base burner. Phone 1010. l-7t
. . ATTENTION
We manufacture gasoline stor
age outfits for underground stor
age of gasoline. They conform
to the Underwriters require
ments. We have them In all
sixes and the prices are right,
quality the beat.
WELDEX MFG. CO.,
R. H. FETTA. Prop.
Cor. Twelfth end North E Sta.
FOR SALE Good large work horse,
heavy, cheap or will trade. Box 253.
FOR SALE Hot air furnace, force
pump and grate. 130 S. 7th. 4-7t
FOR SALE Good work horse, oppo.
site city reservoir, west side. A. F.
Eller. R. R. 5. 7-lt
FOR SALE 5 passenger 1 Westcott
car.: with Rutenberg motor, f-st
class condition. Phone 3737. 7-3t
FOB flAl.R a sewlnff machine would
make a very acceptable gift for
Xmas; all makes for sale at N. 9 S.
7th. H. D. Lacey. 7-tf
FOR SALE At private sale, at 538 N.
13th st. a restaurant and uirniture,
between the hour of 1 and 4 p. nt,
Wednesday, 21 dining chair, tables,
stove, refrigerator, cost $40, and hot
nlate, counter, coffee urn. oefls. rat-
trees and springs, comforts, restaurant
stools, cigarette case, kitchen table and
several other small articles. Remem
ber this all sella between the hours of
I and 4 p m. Wednesday. 7-lt
FOR SALE An antique corner cup
board. Phone IU2 or 1548. - -4-7t
The First National
Wji MAKE FIVE TEAR FARM LOANS.
NO COMMISSION CIIAROE.
yVHY NOT SEE US ABOUT YOURS?
I -h Xf n$ , ;v : ' t
FOR SALE Male pigs Polan Chjnn";
also Burr rock cocaerei. . r
FOR SALE Good bicycles, $5.00 to
$14.00, cash or payments. Bicycles,
baby cabs, wringers, stoves and all
kinds repairing. Called for and deliv
ered free. Wesley Brown tt Son.
FOR SALE Camera, cheap, size 3x
5. Call 300 S. 3rd st 4-3t
FOR SALE Base burner, range, china
closet, couch end other articles of
furniture. Phone 2718 or 416 S. 6th. -2t
FOR SALE Two lots. Phone 2718.
FOR SALE Cook stove in good con
dition, burns either ccal or 6.
ohaan. 607 S. 6th St -tf
FOR SALE Fresh round tonee for
caic :ms, 24 cents a pound, - a
tcn stolle & Sons. 17-eod-lm
FOR SALE High class picture thea
tres, cigar stores, other retail stores
and factories, used store fixtures, et
Don't wait for prosperous times to get
Into business. Now is the time to se
cure bargains. If you want to sell,
list your business with us. We get
Inquiries from all over the state. In
diana Business uxenauge. aotomg,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FARMS FOR SALE
60 acres, all level and good soil,
close to towns and high school, $120
64 acres, practically level, good av.
rage improvements. $6,000. with only
$2,250 down, and 5 interest on the
50 acres, all tillable farm. river
bottom, good Improvements. $80 per
acre, close to a good railroad.
7$ acres, all but 3 acres cultivated,
average improvements, $85 per acre,
time on $3,500.
60 acres, 2 miles out. 50 acres culti
vated, average improvements, $110
THOMAS & MILLER,
Palladium Bid. Phone 2576.
FOR SALE 8 acres. $1,600. good
huHdlnara. best orchard in county.
fine location. 1303 Main. Arthur
FOR SALE Cottage. $50 cash, bal
ance $10 per month like rent Phone
FOR 8ALE Farm of 81 acres, will
give some one a bargain if sold in
next 30 days. Price $70 per acre.
Bennett & Foreman, Room 15, Kelly
FOR SALE 200 acres river bottom
farm, $125; also other farms and
city property. Porterfled & DeBoy. 7tf
Insurance, Loans, Real Es
tate, Rent Collections. O. B.
Fulghum, over 710 Main St.
FOR 8ALE CntraL eight room house
with basement room foi store or
stop, gas, toilet $2,000. $1 cash,
then $19 monthly. John Peltz. 626
Main st ' Phone 1332. 30-7t
A. M. ROBERTS. REAL ESTATE.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTIES.
LIBERTY AVE. R. NO. L PHONE
4171. OFFICE 18 S. 8TH.
LOST Pocketbcok Saturday evening
containing $30, lodge receipts aad
railroad passes. Return 240 S. 4th st
Phone 2565. Reward. - -2t
LOST A purse on Saturday in 10c
store, or between there and Bueh
ler Bros, meat market Return First
National bank. Reward. 7-lt
TAKEN Bicycle. Party known. Re
turn to 1020 S. C to avoid trouble.
LOST Child's ' friendship bracelet
with 8 links. Phone 2365. reward.
In all parts of city, r Special bargain
In home on North 12th street, t on
West 6th street. These are big bar
Phones 3247. 4347. 4447.
E. 6. Kemper. S19 West Main St
reaCy to loan tn any amount
from tH to $100 on Household
Goods, Pianos. Teams. Fixtures.
Etc.. without removal, for one
wnt!i to one year In monthly,
weekly or quarterly paymenta.
Mm Pay Off Loans With Other
Home Loan Co.
220 Colonial Bldg.
Phone 1509. Richmond.
HENRY FORD WANTS
We Want Your Cleaning
Room 1. Palladium Bldg.
Work Called for and Delivered.
All kinds of broken castings la one of
our specialties. We do high class
work at reasonable prices. Bring as
the work and we will satisfy yea.
WELDEX MFG. CO.
Cor. 12th and N. E St. Phone 1494.
FIRST CLASS CAR.
CALL PHONE 1480.
Best service rrez:te4. ttm heat
ed building. Rates reasonable. Brtas
your car here.
TRY our new up-to-date way
of moving household goods,
carefully moved by large cov
ered truck, local and long dis
tance moving a specialty, no
crating required. Phone 1595.
Oxer & Dils, 134 S. 14th.
MOVING, TRUCK & TRANS-
FURNITURE Moved to and from ttte
city by large motor truck. Forres.
Monger. Transfer and Storage . Oa
5 bone 2608.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS 1
Hunting is strictly forbid
den on the farm of R. G.
Leeds in Boston township.
R. G. LEEDS.
Cambridge City, Ind.
Motor and ' Horse Equipment Also
Motor Ambulance Service,
Residence and Office Phone 139. '
THE most useful Christmas gift Is the
fiinser Sewing Machine Motors,
cash or paymenta. 7 . 7th-at
THREE needles for any machine, 5cT
Inquire Singer Store, 7 8. 7th st