RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1C04.
J, rhoneSli Jo. US.Ctli
II Y PRICES REASONABLE. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE.
IEIRIElIjSj Voices Tested Free
On Monday and Thursday afternoons at the
m NEW MUSICAL STUDIO
Mrs. C. L- Andrews
,, ocal and Instrumental MusicTaught. NO. 28 NORTH 11th
E. B. Grosvenor M.D., EYE EAFU
specialist NOSE and
OFFICE HOURS: THROAT
9 to 12 a.m. 7 to 8 p. m. I 11 IIVMI
Connlal Building. 7th and Main Sts. GLASS FITTING I
lO N. '1ENT1I ST. mT
ZEZ. .A.. D3. PEICg
On hand at all times
Best f atnlly Iarliii;ttie city.
phones 1084 & 359 .gnh wegman's Meat Market
The Jiov thuuestei JVIatctal-Iiif eIns,Co
J. O BARBER, General Agent, RoOBacSSloJiS5.BldB
Drs Peterson! osteopathic
35 S OUTH TENTH ST
Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable
DCIVAI FROM 1002 MAIM STREET TO
Pi t iVI J V A I ROOMS!33 and 134, COLONIAL BUILDING
T. J. COOK, O. D.- ScientificIOphcian
Cures all errors of refraction withoutlilating thepupil.
Eyes tested free. All workf guaranteed.
Office Hours 8 to 12 1:30 'to 5:30;7 to 9
Feedall of kinds always on hand.
For Sale by
r ii .
WORK CCIRAXTEEO. KATES UKJSsl.V ACLK
jMesda'es Smith & Conley
30 N. Eleventli St.
MOORE of The River Roller Mills
A GREAT TROUBLE
snmp coal cwn criwl 1nAVin i
. . .. , . wijiuk
is mat it won 1 Durn, a prime requisite of
' black diamonds " that at all repay buying
No such "fluke " possible here, because ou.
coal quality guarantee goes with every ton
leaving our yards.
162-164 Ft. Wayne Ave.
Home Plione 762
Bell Plione 435
O. i. MURRAY, Lessee & M'ngr
Monday, !larcli 28
J. H. BARNES'
A show par excellence of the present
exacting period, when lBrce and at
tractire shows are THE RULE.
Two Burlesque Frolics
A Nfflht at Hotel Wafdrough
ArD . . .
The Wrong Mr. Corbett
A satire on the fighting game.
A night of real pleasure.
Hands: ms Miss Yay Boath
And six strong specialty acts.i Pretty
girls with sylph-like forms.
PRICES 25c, 50c and 75c. '
Bale seats opens at Nixon's Confection
ery, bOO Main, Friday, March i5.
ENNETT ' THEATRE
O. G. Murray. Lessee. Manager
Saturday, Marcli 26
Matinee and Night
THE EMINENT ACTOR
A ssisted by . . .
Miss Nfary Boolh Russell
and a companv of competent players
in W. A. Tremavne and Irving L.
Hall's latest and greatest success
"THE LIGHT OF
Presented .with magnificent scenery, gor
geous and correct cQstumes, marvel
ous mechanical de rices.
Entire Production Carried by Company
Prices Matinee, adults, lower floor lie and
50c: haleonv50c; children 2 Sc. Even
ing, lower floor 1.5u, $1 00 and 75c; bal
cony 75c and &0c; gallery 'i.e.
Sale of seats opens at Nixon's Confec
tionery, bOii Main, St., Thursday, March -Ji
Many animals have an idea of con
erete numbers up to a few units and
some go even farther. A dog which
is accustomed to receive only three
pieces of sugar will not ask for more
after he has had his quota. In certain
mines where horses are required to
make thirty trips a day they walk at
once to the stable after making the
thirtieth trip. Montaigne tells of
oxen, employed in the royal gardens
of Suza, that refused to perform more
than their daily task of turning the
great irrigation wheels through one
Puts an End to it All.
A grievous wail oftimes comes as
a result of unberable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, "Backache,
Liver complaint and Constipation.
But thanks to Dr. King's New Life
Pills they put an end to it all. They
are gentle but thorough. Try them.
Only 25c Guaranteed by A. G. Lu
ken & Co's drug store.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
End of Bitter Fight.
"Two physicians had a long and
stubborn fight with a abcess on my
right lung," writes J. F. Hughes, of
DuPont, Ga., "and gave me up.
Everybody thought my time had
come. As a last resort I tried Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. The benefit I received was
striking and I was on my feet in a
few days. Now I've entirely regained
yhealth." It conquers all Coughs,
Colds and Throat and Lung troubles.
Quaranteed by A. G. Lpken and Co.'s
drug store. Price 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
There is one rational way to treat
nasal catarrh: the medicine is applied
direct to the affected membrane. The
remedy is Ely's Cream Balm. It re
stores the inflamed tissues to a
healthy state without drying all the
life out of them and it gives back the
lost senses of taste and smell. The
sufferer who is tired of vain experi
ments should use Cream Balm. Drug
gists sell it for 50 cts. Ely Brothers,
56 Warren street, New Yorw, will
Now is the time to take a spring
tonic to purify the blood, cleanse the
liver and kidnej's of all impurities.
Hollister's Koey Mountain Tea will
do the business. 35 cents. Tea or
tablets. A. G. Luken & Co.
L.--.x . .1.
(New York Sun.)
Robert Mantell, after an abence of
seven years from New York, opened
at the Fourteenth Street theater last
night in a romantic play called "The
Light of Other Days." The title was
suggestive and there was much in Mr.
Mantell 's acting that recalled his last
appearance in this theater, when he
supported Fanny Davenport in "Fe
dora." Some of the newer stars of
the made-while-you-wait order might
profitably study the methods of Mr.
The authors of "The Light of Oth
er Days," W. A. Tremaine and Irv
ing L. Hall, have written a good
thriller, beginning with battle and
sudden death and winding up with a
romance. It is full of action. The
prologue is laid at the, Chateau de la
Croix in France, in 1792, a time when
the life insurance business wasn't
good in that particular country. Man
tell as Maurice Desmond, a young
Irishman who has gone to the chateau
to protect his cousin, Ilelene de la
Croix, whom he loves, escapes mirac
ulously from the castle when it falls
before the army of liberty. Ilelene
dies, leaving her daughter in Ireland
to Desmond's care.
The first act takes place in 1S10,
when the daughter has become a
young woman and Desmond, and the
play thereafter bustles through four
acts to a satisfactory climax.
Mantell is still the sterling .actor
that he Avas in the days Avhen he sup
ported Fanny Davenport. His voice
rings the change from drama to
humor with all the old time ease. He
was ably assisted by Marie Booth
The audience laughed with Mantell,
wept with him and cheered him until
he must have been glad to have been
back in NeAv York again. There are
many stars whom we can spare more
gladly than Mantell.
At the Gennett theater tomorroAv,
matinee and night.
Manager O. G. Murray announces
Monday, March 28, as the second ap
pearance here this season of J. II.
Barnes' "Dainty Paree Burlesquers,"
who, it will be remembered, made
such a fine - impression during their
visit here last season. Manager
Barnes has not been satisfied, how
ever, ATith that success and has, there
fore, added materially to the strength
and attractiveness of his organization
for this tour. The company is com
posed of a score or more of young
and exceedingly pretty and viA-acious
girls Avhose costumes in both the
opening and closing burlesques, are
said to be works of art, and a coterie
of comedians who haA-e the happy
faculty of creating laughter provok
ing ideas so rapidly as to keep the au
dience in an almost constant Avhilr of
good humor from start to finish. Both
skits are elaborately staged with
brilliant light and scenic effects. The
opening one which introduces the en
tire company is called "A Night at
the Hotel "Waldrough," rind cleA'erfy
satirizes fads and foibles in the
metropolis. There is an abundance of
catchy music of the latest vintar? rmd
amusing complications galore. In
both this and the closing burlesque
"The Wrong Mr. Corbett," Miss May
Booth leads the female contingent in
the general festiA-al of song and dance
AA'hile the comedians haA'e full play
for their talents. The vaudeville olio
is one of the best to be seen here this
season an dintroduces a number of
Avel know nartists.
The Death Penatly.
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insij?
nificant cut ors puny boils have paid
the death penalty. It is wise to Lave
Bucklen's Arnica Salve ever handy.
It's the best Salve on earth and will
preA'ent fatality, when Burns, Sores,
Ulcers and Piles threaten. Only 25e,
at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store.
r The Kind You Have Always Bought
Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man
a clear head, an actiAe brain, a strong
a clear head, an active brain, a strong,
vigorous body makes him fit for the
battle of life.
Boars the The Kind You Have Always Bought
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WE WILL FURNISH NEW
YORK TRI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE
AND WEEKLY PALLADIUM FOR
$1.75. .THE TRI-WEEKLY TRIB
UNE AND DAILY PALLADIUM
$3.25. .THE TRIBUNE WILL BE A
VALUABLE PAPER THIS YEAR.
TRY THIS COMBINATION.
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Tell them Vitona is healing to the food
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Tell them Vitona enriches the blood,
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thus vitalizing the whole body and mak
ing it stronger in every part, more full
of life, etc. Tell them Vitona has
proven itself to have more merit than
any other remedy for building up a
broken down constitution, for improv
ing the entire physical and mental
organization, and for making one feel
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form all its duties.
Mr. A. Merton, of Canton, O., writes:
'I am getting old and for some months
East a feeling of decrepitude seemed to
e taking entire possession of both my
mind and body. Your agent advised me
to try a bottle of Vitona and I write to
say it is the greatest strengthener for
old people I ever saw. It has improved
me almost beyond belief. I am told it
is the best selling remedy ever adver
tised, and I do not wonder at it in the
least, as so many recommend it.'-'
Vitona costs one dollar a bottle or six
bottles for five dollars, and while Thb
Vitona Co, Coshocton, O.will continue to
Bend it by express prepaid on receipt of
prica it is now obtainable in this County
For sale by Alford Drug Co.
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Richmond Street & Interorban Rail
Cars leave hourly for Centerville,
East Germantown, Cambridge City,
Dublin and Milton from 5 a. m. to
11 p. m., returning same hours. Sun
daj', ' same hours, except first car
leaves at G a. m.
Indianapolis Cars. ?
Local cars leave Richmond for In
dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich
mond at 5, 7, 9 and 11 a. m. and 1,
3, 5 and 7 p. m. First car Sunday
at 7 o'clock a. m.
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you well all Summer. 35 cents tea or
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BIG BUNDLE of 'Tough dried" clothes
to a reliable, up-to-date Laundry.
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Phone 147. Richmond, Indiana.
THE SHIRT "WAIST is agitating
QUESTION ... . .the men. Not
bothering us much, however.
Carpents Cleaned by a New Process,
shirtwaists, we will do the launder
ing. THE RICHMOND STEAM LAUN
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8 floors. Fine new rooms. Meals a-Ia-Cart
at all hours.
J BATHS OF ALL KINDS,
Turkish. Russian, Shower, Plunge, etc Th
finest swimming pool in the world. Turkish
Bath and Lodging. $1.00. Most inexpensiv e
first class hotel in Chicago. Right in thb
heart of the city. Booklet on application.
New Northern Baths & Hotel
14 Quincy St. CHICAGO Hear State
Who was your grandfather of 1CO0
Tears ago? We know how to trace
Tour foreparents back, perhaps far
jeyoud the origin of jour family
lame. Please enclose a stomp ' for
eply when you write, for we work
iheap. Address Samuel B. Huddles
on, Dublin, Id.
Would take on a beautiful green if
Mertz's Bone Fertilizer were used
now. Send or telephone your orders
to Tom Mertz. Both 'phones 103, or
Rural Route No. 8. Send in an or
der for a sample if you want your
grass to grow well next summer.
One way Colonist Rates to the
Vest and Northwest via The C, C.
L. Washington, Oregon, Montana,
tc. For further information call on
A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44.
Low Fares to Indianapolis via Penn
sylvania Lines. ,
March 31st and April 1st, excur
sion tickets to Indianapolis, account
Meeting Southern Indiana Teachers'
Association, will be sold via Pennsyl
vania Lines. For particulars about
time of trains, etc., see Local Ticket
Agent of those lines.
Croup instantly relieved. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Perfectly safe
Never fails. At any drug store. s
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