MMVAUMV414 " 1 " " - ' I
v wh m i i hiiii i
v - I " n4MmmTTTnr ..mrBpii 1
Are Yd liili'iYsk'il in the South?
Do you care to know of the marvelous
development now going on in
The Great Central South?
Of innumerable opportunities for young men
or old ones to grow rich?
Do you -want to know about rich farming lands, fertile, well located,
a trunk line railroad, which will produes two, three and four crops from
the same field eaeh year? Land now to be had at from $3.00 to $5.00 an
aere which will e worth from $30.00 to $150.00 within 10 years T About
stock raising where the extreme of winter feeding i-s but six (6) short
weeks? Of places where truck growing aavd fruit raising yield enormous
returns each year? Of a land where you san live out of doors every day
in the year? Of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing
industries; of rich mineral locations, and splendid business openings?
T C i, 1. Jnfoi'ln ri-P m-nfT rtr all rf t riPCA WTnfA TY1P 1
will gladly advise you fully and truthfully.
G. A. PARK, General Immigration, and Industrial Agent
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.
AMPS! STAMPS! STAMPS'!
N other firms of the city who aie
not conducting a cash business can
not stand the great advertising meth
od of jdving away Trading Stamps.
Rut We, the Cash People, are using
the quantity and give to our custom
ers what is the cash discount to us.
Appreciating that we use the stamps
that we do for "Wednesday of this
week the stamp people are going to
give double Trading Stamps in all
parts of our store. Remember you
must come to the store and make your
purchases so that you will receive
the double stamps only the regular
amvnint will be given on the C. O. D.
We will sell you thhe mill ends of
the bleached muslin for 5c par yd.
A few moi-e of the lawns at 5c
Also during tkis week we will give
yon the reduction of 10 per cent on
all muslin underwear and summer
suitings and shirt waist goods. This
in connection with Double Stamps op
"Wednesday is a great saving for you.
The MODEL DEPARTMENT STOi
411-415 MAIN ST. Both Phones
ELECT BOARDINGr Mesda'cs cmitl) & Conk)
Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable
3Sg- 33- FI.OE
rise Crews tni Brilgo Te:k. TEE C0L01TIAL.
Who cares? I'm fortified with an "El
orfcdo" laundered collar, "The kind
hat don't melt down."
No. 18 North Ninth St.
Phone 147. Richmord, Indian
The Pennsylvania lines west have
just doubled their sleeping car and ;
dining car service Trith the installa-
tion of the schedule which took ef-
lecc yesterday. i nirty-nve new
Bleeping cars between St. Louis and
New York and Pittsburg and Chi-
cago. The Pennsylvania people claim
that no road in the country can boast
a better sleeping car and coach equip-
ment than the Pennsylvania lines
jrest. j ii a .....
Columbia, "The Un
colored Tomato Soup,"
is a Tomato Soup, It
tastes, smells and looks
like rich, perfectly ripe
tomato juice ; heavy as
cream and perfectly pure.
Other "Tomato" Soups
are made of Beef Stock
with a garnish of tomato
Columbia Conserve Company.
In our grocery department w2 will
5 Bars Santa Claus Soap for 25c.
6 lbs. of tha best bulk Starch for
Tapioca Pearl Bailey and breken
Macaroni, regular 10c artieies for
0 lbs. Hand Picked Navy Beans 25c
21 lbs. Extra C. Sugar $1.00.
2 lbs. Ridge wood A $1.00.
19 lbs. Granulated $1.00.
Remember you are included in on
tkis sugar deal with double stamps;
a the stamp people realize who are
giving the stamps for them.
Riest Kettle rendered butcher's
Larll by the can Sc.
1 Am Boss Flour, the best on the
market, 70e sack.
Come and mee your neighbors at
our store and get the benefit of the
cash prives. "We are the people that
saves the pennies for you and pennies
makes dollars. Store opened Tuesday,
Friday and Saturday nights. Free
'delivery and courteous treatment.
30 X. Eleventh St.
CC Vr.iGMTS Ac
AnTorre sending a sketch nnd dearription nin
IHlekly ascertJiii. our oi;nnit free v. lif. !. r :
invmiti'in in jnht))y ptnlo. ('omimwiic:
tloTisBtrictlyooriMdentinl. HANDBOOK ,n Put en i
sent free. Oldest rnrency for soourinfr pUonts.
Patents taken through Mann & Co. rcclv
gprcwu notice, without charge, in tbe
A hanAsomclr tlhiftra'e1 weekly. T.nntreHt v
dilation of any scienr'.do Journal. Terms, 'i
year : f oar months, ft. Sold by all newsrleHler
MUNN & Co.36,SroadNevv Yort
Branch Offlco. 635 F St.. Washington. D. C
On Street Car Line
J yy o ci
W. M, UraflDUry & BOH
Arv vou tilin? Would you like to
ct ft and plump? Tired "latigli-
iUfr," t 'wouldn't work now take
Hollister's Kocky Mountain Tea
'twill do the business. 35 cents, Tea
or tablets. A. G. Lukcn & Co.
A PIONEER OF WAYNE COUNTY
CELEBRATES HIS .
Read the Palladium in 1843 and Has
Been a Subscriber Ever
One of tbe oldest pioneers of
Wayne county celebrated today his
eighty-first birthday. "William D.
Reid was born July sixth, 1S23, and
has reached the milestone on which
are the figures "81" in his long amd
useful life, one that has caused him
to be known over a great part of the
country and to be classed among In
diana's oldest men. He was born in
the times when this statu was but
barely beginning to be settled, after
seven years of troublesome growth,
and he was known among the politi
cians and public men of the middle
part of the nineteenth century. Mr.
Keid called at the Palladium office
yesterday. lie is in a tine state of
He first read the Palladium in 1S43
and has been a subscriber ever sinee,
through its columns keeping closely
in touch with public affairs. He voted
for Henry Clay in 1S44, his first vote
after entering into manhood, and he
expects after sixty years of voting
to cast a ballot for Theodor Roose
velt, Republican nominee for Presi
dent, this year. The Palladium most
heartily hopes that he may do so and
to continue his usefulness for many
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that is done
by boards of health and charitably
inclined persons, the death rate
among small childrea is very high
during the hot weather of the summer
months in the large cities. There is
not probably one case of bowel com-
plaint im a hundred, however that
could not be cured by the timely use
of Chamberlain '9 Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. Frank
Riggs, of Fnanklinville, N. T., in
speaking of this remedy said: "I
have found it expedient to have a
supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi-
era and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand
It has been a family safeguard and
while especially beneficial to children,
it is equally good in adult cases. I
Decommend it cheerfully and without
reservation." For sale by A. G'.
Lukens & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff.
Fifth and Main streets.
r,M a The Kind Yeu Have Alwavs Bought
Signature fj , ZfJ
Works wonders while you sleep,
brings bright eyes, reed lips, lovely
color. Ilollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea makes people happy. 35 cents,
Tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co.
Don't get excited, the new 10c
package of Faultless Soda Crackers
is only one of the many good tuiugs
that are yet to follow
Is displayed by many a man en
uring pains of accidental cuts,
ounds, bruises, burns, scalds, sore
during pains of accidental cuts, ( Kichmond. lares trom other ticket stati0n on those lines within a ra
wounds, bruises, burns, scalds, sore , stations on Pennsylvania lines will be dius of 2Q0 miles. Excursion tiekets
feet or stiff joints. But there's no
need for it. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
will kill the pain and eure the trouble.
It's the best salve on earth for piles,
too. 25c at A. G. Luken & Co. 's
Special Summer Tourist Fares via
Will be in effect June 25th to Sep
tember 30th. inclusive, to Colorado,
Utah, Wisconsin, South Dakoto and
points in Southwest, For particulars
consult ticket agents of Pennsylva
Cotel Rates St. Louis World's Fair.
For copy of World's Fair official
amphlet, naming Hotel accommoda
tons and rates during Universal Ex
Kwition of 1904, address E. A. Ford,
leiiral Passenger Agent Pennsj'lva-ia-Vandalia
Lines. Pittsburg, Pa.
P.aby p1oc))s nnd "rows while mam
ma rests if Hollister's Kocky Moun
tain Tea is given. It's the greatest
baby medicine ever offered loving
mothers. 35 cents, Tea or tablets. A.
G. Luken & Co.
Corn is certainly making fine prog
ress. Looks like an abundant crop
i Pastures were never better at this
season of the year than at present.
Many of the pear and appple trees
are badly struck with the blight.
Dublin is- now using her own new
potatoes which is quite an improve
ment over that of paying $1.50 per
bushel or more for them to somebody
T. M. Bales just east of Dublin
has invented a calf and hog rack that
he claims there is more merit in than
anything of the kind out as yet.
Mrs. Minnie Allen from Madison
county has been here recently to see
her mother, Mrs. Kinley, and visit
again he rold home and many friends.
The Panhandle track is being kept
warm for twenty-four hours every
day, if we are to judge from the num
ber of trains that are now daily pass
ing over it.
A new Methodist church for Dub
lin is a late move.
Most of the wheat will be cut this
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Charles of Indi
anapolis spent the Fourth among
friends in Dublin.
Rev. H. II. Compton and family of
Perkinsville spent tii Fourth in Dub
lin among friends and old home
scenes of early life. Rev. Compton
preached in the M. E. church Sunday
Dr. Champe is still feeble in health
hardly abl to walk around, even in
A masquerade party was a feature
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
YViker, northeast of town Monday
Miss Effie McMakan started for
the World's Fair Monday eveninr.
Mrs. Kapp, mother of Mrs. Thomas.
Winters, died Friday last. Funeral
was held at the M. E. church Sunday
afternoon, conducted by Rev. Wal
ters of the M. IS. church.
We offer One Hu3red Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin
ancially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
West & Tmax, Wholesale Druggists,
jWaMi Kinnan & Marvi moIe.
sale Druggisis, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
nally, acting dirctly upon the blood
and mucous sufaees of the system.
Testimonials seat ifree. Price 75c
Per bottle- Sold b7 a Druggists,
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
11)8 Kind You Have Always Bought
SEASHORE EXCURSION AUG. 11.
Low Fares via Pennsylvania Lines to
Atlanta City, Cape May and
Eight Other Resorts.
mi 1 .
-ine annual excursion to tne sea
shore via Pennsylvania lines will be fine5 colored maPs eadl 14 x 20
run Thursday, August 11th, a conve- bound in convenient form for refer
nient date for leaving business, and ence- The Eastern situation shown in
when the season at the ocean resorts '"-''J tables showing relative
is at its height. For this excursion' " ' -tei.glh and .na
tickets will be sol to ten of the most ' resources of Russia and Japan,
popular watering places on the Atlan- ! Address A. M. Waggner, 2S Fifth
tic coast, including Atlantic City,
Cape May, Anglesea, Avalon, Holly
Beach, Ocean City, Sea Isle City,
Wildwood, all on the Jersey coast;
Kehoboth, Delaware, and Ocean City,
The round trip fare to any of the
resorts named will be $14.00 from
' proportionately low.
; Tickets will be good returning
; within twelve days, permitting more
than a week's enjoyable stay at the
Excursion tickets include stopover
at Philadelphia on return trip, if de
posited with ticktt agent at Broad
For full particulars about the ex-
cursion, special through train and ad -
vance reservati of s eeping ear
berths, apply to C. W. Elmer, Ticket
Agent, Pennsylvania Lines, Richmond
Thursday, August 11th,
Via Pennsylvania Lines.
$14.00 round trip from Richmond
to Atlantic City, Cape May, Holly
Beach, Anglesa, Avalon, Sea Isle
City, Wildwood, Ocean City, New Jer
fey: Ocean City, Maryland: Reho-
both, Delaware. Tickets good return
ing -within twelve days. Stop-over al
lowed at Philadelphia. For particulars
about through train service, etc., com
municate with C. W. Elmer, Ticket
Agent, Pennsylvania Lines, Richmond
The Thousand Islands
Land of Evangeline
Also to Great Britain and Irelaad,
Hawaii, Fiji, Australia, Japan,
China and the "Philippines."
Por further information amd illus
trated literature write to
A. 0. SHAW,
Gen'L Agt. Pass. Dept.,
Canadian Pacific Ry
$27.50 Hot Springs, S. D.
$30.70 Deadwood and Lead,
and rekira, from Chicage daily, via
the Chicago & North-Western By.
Correspondingly low rates from other
points. The Black Hills region, the
great natural sanitarium of the west,
is one of the most picturesque spots
in the world and well worth a visit.
Information and tickets can be se
cured from your home agent. Illus
trated Black Hills .booklet with valu
able map mailed en receipt of 4
cents in stamps by W. B. Kniskera,
Through Passenger Service to North
Through passenger service to North
Michigan resorts ove Pennflylvaaia
lines will e established via Kiehmond
and the G., R. & I. "The Fishing
Line" June 26 for the simmer ef
190.4. "The Xonthland Limited," a
solid train ef Pullman sleeping ears
and coaches through to the Mackinac
region, leaning Richmond about 9:15
p. m. daily. Also has sleeping car
through Traverse City to Norl-bport
over the new line. Breakfast served
in the dining ear. "The Miokigan
Express," with sleeping caTs through
to Maekinaw City, and parlor ear to j
Grand Rapids, leaves Richmond 3:00
p. m., week days. Information about
season tourist tickets at special fare
and 15-4ay round-trip tiekets may be
obtained from C. W. Elmer, ticket
agent, Pennsylvania lines, Richmond,
From 5 to 6 per cent.
Thompson's Loan and Real Estate
Agency, Main and seventh streets.
The North-Western Lint
Sed ten cents in stamps for Russo-Japanese
War Atlas issued by the
Chicago & North-Western R'y. Three
Avenue, Chicago, 111.
Low Fares for the Fourth of July
Trips Via Pennsylvania Lines.
' July 2d and 4th excursion tickets
may be obtained at ticket stations on
thp Ppnnsviv?mia T:nps to nnv nripr
will be valid for return until July
i 1 1 " T7. i
;pardi rates and time of trains
otn, inclusive. ror particulars re-
ply to Pennsylvania Lines Passenger
and Ticket Agents.
Special Excursion to St. Louis via
July 2d to 6th, inclusive, excursion
tiekets to St. Louis, aecount Demo-
. N , MnTentioi, v.
sold tU PenngylTJmia Lines from all
; tiekat sUtioBg For inf ormation r.
garding fares, time of trains, etc, call
on Local Ticket Agent of thos lines.
It is exceptional to find a family
where there are no domestic nurtures
occasionally, but these can b lessen-
e(j uv having Dr King's New Life
pills ar0und. Much trouble they save
by their ork in stomach and
i:vo trmiwPq Thev not onlv relieve
vou but cure. 25 cents at A. G. Lu-
ken & Co.'s drug store.
Bogts the ) 3 KM Yon KavB Aivvavs Bought
THE SHIRT WAIST is agitating
QUESTION me meu. Nut
bothering us mueh, however.
Carpenta Cleaned by a New Piocesa.
shirtwaists, we will do the launder
THE RICHMOND STEAM LATJN
Oust Two Boats
THE LAKE AND RAIL ROUTE
WO RLD'S FAIR, Sir LOUIS
DAILY SERVICE, MAY 26th
Improved Exprow Service (li houn) Betweea
DETROIT and BUFFALO
Laava DETROIT Daily -Arriv
BUFFALO " -
4.0O P. M.
7.30 A. M.
Connectinr with Earliest TraJn for H PoiaU in IBW
lOKIk, FKJiailfLTA!U and HEW (JUJB BTATXS.
Leave BUFFALO Daily - 5.30 P. M.
Arrive DETROIT - 7.30 A. M.
Coonectinr wita FaM Rxprae Traina for WORLD'S
FAIR, BT. LOTIS and TH WK8T, with D. Sc C. N. Co.
far arklaaa blaad and Kortkcra airhlgM Raaarta.
Rate betweea Detroit and Buffalo oae waj,
ronnd trip. Berths $1.00, $1.&0; Staterooma
8end to Stamp World's fair IVastrated Pamphlet.
Bend Sc Btaiap Tooriat Pamphlet Rates. q
RAIL TICKETS HONORED ON STEAMCRSW
KirsVclaas. Second-class, Toarist Special, Conventions
(World's Fair, St. Louis) readiar, via Grand TruntKy .
or Mirhitraa Central Uy. betweea BUFFALO and
DETROIT will be accepted for ( A. A. SoUiuk, 6. S.A
TraOKportatioa on D. & B. Stms. ( P. T. Jf -, iMtnU.MUk.
will advise yoH whe4ltr your idees
can be patenltd. Small iotfrove
ments ard simple invettiors have
made much money for the inven
tors. We develcpe jour ideas or assist
youin imrroirg yrrr irvtrtior. We
takeout patents in T'rited States, Can
ada and foreign rcuntriis. Ovz terms
Itlarlatt : Dozicr,
42-43 ColoFtal Eldg. Elchwicnd
OO TO THE,
LARGEST ANIMAL COL
LECTION IN AMERICA.
MERRY - GO ROUND,
PONY TRACK AND OTHER,
BAND CONCERTS DAILY
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
SPECIAL RATES TO LARGE PARTIES.
The greatest money nukine inventions
have been suggested by minds familiar with
the needs of the age.
THE AMERICAN INVENTOR wfl
keep you in touch with subjects of evrrent
interest in the line of new inventions and
txptranesL It will aid you to develop ideas
of practical value. Issued on the 1st and 15th
of every month.
- Twentv-eiffht Discs each issue. Sold 11
all news staads 10c per copy or sent by mail $1.50 per year.
THE AMERICAN INVENTOR.
ml copy &
Washington. D. C
$18.00 Chicago to St. Paul-Minneapolis
i Via the North-Western Line. $22.00
round trip Chicago to Superior and
Duluth; $15.50 round trip Chicago to
Sault Ste. Marie, tickets on sale daily.
$12.85 Chicago to Marquette and re
turn, on sale June 7 and 21, July5
and 19. Correspondingly low rates
from other points. Perfectly appoint
ed train service. Through sleeping
cars. The best of everything. In
formation and tickets can be secured
from your home agent, or address A.
H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chi
xml | txt