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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904.
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on them, we will advance you the money to pay it off. You can get
some additional money for other purposes if you wish. You can
hve from one to twelve months in which to pay it back. You can
make your paymenrs weekly or monthly, as you desire.
Here are some of the terms of our new weekly payment plan,
allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan :
60c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan.
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Other amounts in the same proportion.
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to himself and family.
The PALLADIUM
Richmond, Ind.,
will admirably supply 3-our wants
cr county news and prove a wel
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Regular Price. $1.00 Per Year
Both of these papers for
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FARMERS '
Why remain in the North and tlay
n doors six months in the year con
suming whnt you raise during the
other six months?
Go South where you can work out
doors every month in the year, and
where you are producing something
the year round. If you are a stock
raiser you know your stock are now
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address
G. A. PARK,
Gen'l Immigration and Industrial
Agent,
Louisville & Nashville R. R. C,
Louisville,. Ky.
A spring tonic for the children.Give
them Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. See them thrive, grow, eat and
sleep. The children's doctor. 35 cts.,
tea or tablet form. A. G. Luken &
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Bears the 9 9 Kind You Have Always Bought
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TIME CARD
Richmond Street & Interurban
Rail-
way Company.
Cars leave hourly for Centerville,
East Germantown, Cambridge City,
Dublin and Milton from 5 a. m. to
11 p. m., returning same hours. Sun
day, same hours, except first car
leaves at 6 a. m.
Indianapolis Cars.
Local cars leave Richmond for In
dianapolis and Indianapolis for Rich
mond at 5, 7, 9 andrLl a. m. and 1,
3, 5 and p. m. First car Sunday
at 7 o'clock a. m.
C. A. DEN MAN, Supt.
"Itching hemorrhoids were the
plague of my life. : . Was almost wild.
Doan's Ointment cured me quickly
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CASTOR I A
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Should Attract Attention.
Patrons of the Gennett theatre who
are not supporters of repertoire com
panies will be ome trahn interested in
the coming engagement of the King
Dramatic Company. It will give
sterling revivals of ' ' Faust, " " Car
men," "Under the Polar Star,"
' Dutchess Dunlavy, '. ' a fact that
should arouse general attention over
the engagement which covers all of
next week. Ladies free with one
paid reserved seat Monday. Dime
bargain matinees daily commencing
Tuesday.
The boys at the Gennett theatre are
making their last "roundup" before
the occasion of their first benefit
which occurs tomorrow afternoori and
evening, when Gus. Sun's minstrels
will make their first bow to the thea
tre going public i of this city. Mr.
Sun has one of the truly good musi-
cal shows
now touring the country
and
leaving
out of the question the
fact that he plays a benefit date, his
company should be greeted with
"packed houses" at both perform
ances. The program is unique in that
it is filled with many specialties, real
ly funny comedians and catchy mu
sical numbers. The stage employes
of the Gennett will be honored by
having such an attraction for their
first bill and the company is to be
congratulated on playing for the best
crowd of stagemen in the central cir
cuit. Their names appear on the
roster as follows: A.ff F. Noverre,
stage manager; Edgar Engle, head
flyman, and lithographer, Paul Hart
corn, electrician, Fred Dann, Walter
Maye, Gurge Pavey, Roy Peck, Frank
Newman, Harry Camplin, G. R. Good
win and John Long.
Tomorrow at noon Gus Sun's min
strels will parade the principal streets
and at 2 o'clock his splendid band
will arive a concert in front of the
theatre Matinee at 2:30 o'clock
band concert at 7 o'clock. Night cur
tain 8:15. Don't fail to see and en
joy this splendid attraction.
The advance sale for the King
Dramatic company is now "on,'.
Those who are wise will secure seats
early, for the reason that the "Duch
ess Du Barry will pack the house
Monday evening.
The advance sale for St. Joseph's
Benevolent Society minstrles opened
this morning at Nixon's and indica
tions point to "capacity business,"
both Monday and Tuesday evenings
at the Phillips. Dress rehearsal will
be held tomorrow evening and Sun
day evening and the programs will be
the best ever presented by a local
east.
The little folks love Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup. Pleasant to
take; perfectly harmless; positive
cure for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma.
CASTOHIAi
Bears the 8 Kind Vou Have Always Bought
Saves Two From Death.
''Our little daughter had an almost
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bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi
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Makes the children eat, sleep and
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brother and sister. Rc constructor,
strength producer, life prolonger.
Such is Hollister's Roeky Mountain
Tea. 35 cents. A. G. Luken & Co.
RICHMOND LAWNS
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
rrass to grow well next summer.
Bodily pain loses its terror if
ou've a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclec-
tric Oil in the house. 'Instant relief
in case of burns, cuts, sprains, acci
dents of any sort.
A forlorn, hopeless, melancholy
face drives your frienfls away. For a
bright, sparkling, sunny face use Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cts,
tea or tablet form. A. G. Luken &
Gennett ?
O.G. Murray
ssee and
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Manager
Stage Employees' Benefit
Matinee and Night
Nothing Doing Till
Saturday, April 23
Special engagement of America's Greatest
Minstrel Company -
THE GUS SUN
American
01 ins t pels
Introducing the grand spectacular
nrsc part setting,
A UIIEAM OF MAKS"
R7 Fred P. Russell, Kddle Iloran,
C C- John (Joss, Conners & Montrose,
Bratidock & Fennev, W. Conner, Wilson N.
Miller. Clarence 8tonaker. A. O. Ijarrlvee.
Jas. K. Emerson, Jas. Barardl, and, others.
Superb Band and Orchestra
Street Parade at noon see it.
Prices Matinee, children 10c, adults 2-Tc;
Evening, lower floor, 5jc; balcony 5Cc
and 35c; gallery 25c.
Sale of seats opens at Nixon's Confec
tionery, 806 Main St., Thursday, April 2i.
REFINED
MINSTRELS
Auspices St. Joseph's
Benevolent Society
Monday and
Tuesday evenings
April 25 and
26
Phillips Opera House
Admission 50c and 35c
Reserved Seats 25c extra
Plat opens at Nixon's Confectionery Fri
day morning, April 22.
EDWARD FICK, Manager National
Promoting Co., Cincinnati, O.
QENNETT THEATRE
O. G. Murray, Lessee. Manager
ONE WEEK
STARTING
Monday, April 25, 1904
Bargain Dime Matinees Daily,
Commencing Tuesday
King Dramatic Co.
The show you know the best of them all
Headed by
Tlie DeVaulls
Monday
Night
Duchess DuBarry
Each production mounted
complete with
all special sueiieij.
PRICES Matinee, 10c to all parts of house.
Evening, 10c, 20c and 30c.
ladles TREE with one Reserved Seat
MON DAY.
Sale seats opens at Nixon's Confection
ery, 806 Main, Friday, April 22.
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Assembly Hall seating twelve nun-
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AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 and up
ward.
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 and up
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Henry L. Lawrence,
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they arts Identical in
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