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BIOHZXOKD DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1904. '
CEVE3 YOUR ONLY WORK IS THE CRUST. Nodne Such Mince meat In 10c Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. I We Caeoot and we do not try to meet t the prices made on cheap furnace installing it can t not be done nor should our J prices be judged by the very lowest bids that can be made on cheap furnace work. We can demonstrate that we have the best and know how to put them in, if you will call at our place of bu t siness whenever you have a few minutes' time. if 1E3 l!yXI&mmmMJaait -.Lit :,. . 'f 1 E. B. GROSVENOR, M. D. specialist: Eye, Ear, Nos3 and Throat Sclenti: c Glas Fitting COLONIAL BUILDING : d. ZEYEN & BRO. : : Merchant Tailors : No. 516 Main St. The oldest and most reliable tailor establishment in the city. Guarantee every garment made. Prices to suit the times. New Fall Stock Received. tg GoJe ecJeJciJciJ JJ c&JcJJejGeJeejJejciG ceo JeeJcdJ ccJeJJeJeicjJ I FOR THE TOILET Witch Hazel, Almond Cream CtireS CnaPPe Hands, Salt Rheum, Chapped and Scaled Skin. A Lady's Toilet not complete without it. Tonsorial Artists pronounce it Perfection. tO and 25 Cts. Court House Pharmacy. H-H I M-H-1-H-1-; 1 n - I - H - THEY MLLKHOW The Jewel Stoves and Ranges are not the cheapest, hut they are THE VERY BEST. A lull stock on sale at the if KETCH HARD WARE CO. STORE 911 MAIN. CASH OR PAYMENTS. . "' 5li v 8 bowing"our"Jones Side Wall Reg ister heating up stairs. Things are changing in the furnace business. Better fur naces and better work are de manded and we mean to keep up with the times. Johnson & Roland Between 5th & 6th St. on Main OFFICE HOURS:: 9:00 to 12:00 2:00 to 4:00 17:00 to 8:00 Sunday 9:00 to 12:00 - H - t - H i I I I I I I I M-H-I- NE WPARIS. Mrs. Minerva Bunker has returned from Muncie where she attended the funeral of her niece, Mrs. Gertrude Reid. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Mikesell and Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Mikesell have re turned from a short visit with Eaton friends. The Dayton and "Western put a small city ear on this end of the line yesterday. They are expecting to make much better time up the long grade south of the Cedar Springs hotel. The small son of Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Shirer, who is so seriously ill, is reported improved this morning. The Tuesday club will hold the first meeting of the year tonight at the home of Mrs. A. B. Reid. The paper of the evening will Vie "Outlook for the Year" by Miss Carrie Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bennson of Li ma arrived today to be the guests of Mrs. M. Bunker. E. O. Leftwieh of Richmond spent the afternoon here. Cause of Lockjaw. Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plenti fully in street dirt. It is inactive so long as exposed to the air, but when carried beneath the skin as in thee wounds caused by percussion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to ac tivity and produces the most viru lent poison known. These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lock jaw avoided by applying Chamber lain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is received. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes such in juries to heal without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. It is for sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main streets. MILTON. Helen Crawford the second daugh ter of "Warren CraAvford died at San Jose, Cal. October 1st, of brain fe ver. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Calloway spent Sunday at W. J. Calloway's, Indi anapolis. Rev. F. C. McCormiek has had so many weddings of late that his friends say he is a McCormick binder. John Scott and Miss Lulu Sherry, and Louis Tice and Clara Slonaker were the latest to seek wedded bliss at his hymeneal altar. Mrs. Ward of Charlottesville, was at Mrs. Amanda Needham's Sunday when en route to Coimersville to visit her daughter. Mrs. Ward is nearly eighty-five years old but quite active both in mind and body. Chas. Hiers and family returned to St. Paul, Minn., Tuesday. Mrs. Alice Cresh, Misses Nellie Jones and Nora Mann will attend the General convention of the Christian church at St. Louis next week. Ernest Doty was at Indianapolis Sunday. T. P. Christ and wif returned Sat urday from St. L"is. Mrs. Jennie Leibli: lt daughter Ina have gone to Inil;-in "!is. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. S oil of Spring field, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Beeson of Louisville, Ky., are at Kinseys. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Warren enter tained a company of young married people at supper Saturday night. HAGERSTOWN. E. Keith has been on the sick list for two weeks with rheumatism. II. J. Day is at the St. LouK Fair this week. David Harter moved to Greensfork last week. He will work on the sec tion. Mr. Cecil Dale of St. Louis is vis iting his aunt, Mrs. Will Teetor. The oil excitement in this vicinity is rather at a low ebb at present. Mrs. Frank R. Whitesell has start ed a inillinery store at Middletown, Ind. Miss Maud Neal has charge of it as Mrs. Whitesell will continue her business here. WHITEWATER. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hunt annd family entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. An derson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hunt and families. Miss Nellie Jones of Arba is spend ing a few days with her sister, Mrs. Ollie Hunt. Foster Curtis returned from St. Louis Sunday where he has been at tending the Fair. Last Thursday Norman Reid was cutting corn for Ed Bradshaw. He received a very painful cut across his left foot which will keep him housed up for several days. He is improv ing nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gardner were entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Noah S. Hunt. Kev. Cunningham held a series of meetings at the Christian church last week which were well attended. There were also three new members added to the church. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill were the guests iif Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harlan at Lynn Sunday. Mr. Wm. Hiatt transacted business at Richmond Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker, of New Madison, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berv Addkman Sundav. John II. Addleman and Nathan Williams attended the reunion of the l!th Ind. Co. R. at the home of Wm. Pickens at Hagerstown Sunday. Several from this place attended the Beveridge meeting at Richmond Thursday evening. Chas Jones of Marion is visiting his brother, Dr. A. II. Jones at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pyle enter tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Kelso Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Carrie White Herbert ' Forbes and family of Richmond were calling on friends here Sunday. Alva Alexander entertained his friend Grover White to dinner Sun day. The Franklin Township Rally will be held here Monday October 10 all day. The speakers will be Hon. J. Frank Hanly and Hon. Union B. Hunt. Pole raising at Whitewater at 11 o'clock a. m., and speaking at Graves Grove, one-ham mile east of town at 1 :30 p. m. Come one and all. Bring your basket and spend the da v. . Many Mothers of a Like Opinion. Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says: "One of my childxen was sub ject to croup of a severe type, and the giving of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy promptly, always brought re lief. Many mothers in this neighbor hood think the same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their children." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sudhoff, corner fifth and Main streets. FOUNTAIN CITY. Jim Clark and Pete Williams are painting George Keever's residence. J. B. Lovin and family have moved into John Keever's house, lately va cated by Melvin Penny and family. Chas. Keever and son Claude and John Keever have returned from the World's Fair. Miss Eva Wolford received the prize of some silver ware last Satur- dav evening from the Modern Remedy Company for being the most popular young lady in town. Mrs. Tom Pearson is bad sick. Mrs. Frank Keever returned home from a visit with her son, Ed and family, of Hagerstown last Saturday. Miss Ollie Harrison who has been at the World's Fair has returned home. C. O. Woolman went to Indianapo lis Tuesday as a representative for the K. of P. lodge. Chas. Carroll is very sick at his home but his friends hope he will soon recover. A number from here and vicinity attended Yearly Meeting at Richmond Frank Taylor is painting the drug store building. Perhaps You Wonder if the tormenting cold that made last winter one long misery will be as bad this year. Certainly not, if you take Allen's Lung Balsam when tiekling and rawness in the throat announce the presence of the old enenry. Do not expect the cold to wear itself out. Take the right remedy in time. Al len's Lung Balsam is free from opi um. It brings to the little ones that priceless gift of healthy flesh, solid bones and muscle. That's what TJ1 lister's Rocky Mountain Tea dos. Best baby medicine on earth. 35c tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Notice to Bidders. Proposals for supplies for the use of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the Insane for the month of Novem ber, will be received by the Board of Trustees at the Hospital before 3 p. m. Monday, October 10, 1904. Speci fications may be seen at the Second National Bank, or at the Hospital. By order of the Board, S. E. Smith, Med. Supt. Nasal CATARRH lr all Its et&gea there should clcaaiiccsa. Ely'g Cream Balm c!e&Ecs, soothe and tiea'.s the diseased mea.a;ie. It cure catarrh n J drives vry a coid ia tUc Lead quick!;. Cream Hzlm. Is placed Into the nostrils, 8ptd over the membrane and is absorbed. Belief is im mediate and a cure follows. It la not orying loe not produce sneezing. Large Size, 6? eents at Drug gists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. XLT BROTHERS. 66 warren Street New York. Do You Want to Know about the most delightful places in this country to spend Hummer? A region easy to get to, beautiful scenery, pure bracing cool air. plenty of attractive resorts,KOod hotels.good fishing, golf, something to do ali the time economical living, rest, health and comfort. Then write today, (enclosing two cent stamp to pay postage) mention this paper and we will send you our 1904 edition of ' Michigan in Summer," containing 64 pages 200 pictures, maps hotel rates, etc., and interesting in formation about this famous resort re gion reached via the C.rmnrl Da nlri w Jt twtrlimwm D j M v. u ny " THE FISHINA USE " PETOSKEY BAY VIEW NORTH PORT WEQTTETONSING MAuKIN C I'D WALLOON IjAKE HARBOR PT TRAVERSE CITY CROOKED LAKE A fine train service, fast time, ex cellent dining ears. etc.. from st. r.ou Is, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago- C. L. LOCK WOOD, GEN. PASSENGER A TICKET AGT Grand Rapids, Mica. full AIID 5 MINUTES I Richmond to Cincinnati tViaC. C.&L.: Through car service via J Cottage Grove and C. H. 4 & D. via College Corner, Oxford, Hamilton. Leave Richmond 4.-05 p. m. Morning train leaves 9:05 a. m. C. A BLAIR, Home Tel. 44. P. & T. Agt. W. B. Calloway , G. P. A, Robbed the Grave. A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia, as fol lows: "I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow, eyes sun ken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite, grow ing weaker day by day. Three phy sicians had given me up. Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters, to my great 'joy, the first bottle made a de cided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they robbed the grave of another victim.' ' No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cents guaranteed at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry. Cures dysentery, diarrhoea, seasickness, nausea. Pleasant to take. Acts promptly. MONEY LOANED From 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Aceney, Main and seventh streets. YOUR TRIP to Los Angeles or San Francisco will not be perfect unless you use the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY e'rther on going or returning jour either on the going or returning jour ney. It has the grandest and most won derful scenery in the world, which is in full view fro xnthe train for 600 miles, or can be viewed from the many mountain resorts along the line. Stopovers Allowed. Free Observation Cars. Trip Through Pnget Sound between Vancouver, Victoria, and Se attle without extra charge. Write for illustrated literature. A. C. SHAW, Gen. Agt., Passgr. Dept. JLL . . Chicago, Ul. What Are Yon Look ing Por? An auctioneer to cry your sa!e? Get T. R. WOODHVIIST, Phone 491. He is all right. OR. laFRMICO'S COMPOUND. Safe, speedy r (nil tor; 25 rents. Dragftsts or B Booklet free. OK. LaTKA CO. Pkiladelphl. f. Crude Methods of laundering have no place with us. We are tver alert to improve, but improve ments are scarcely possible where work is done so well as it is in the Richmond Steam Laundry Hurry orders receive our prompt and careful attention, and even with rush work the wash entrusted to us will be thoroughly treated, and be as well finish ed as though we were allowed full time. D. W. Walters. Prop. 919 Main Street. Phones 167. MONEY TO LOAN- 5 and 6 per cent. Tntereet FIRE INSURANCE In the leading companies. Managers for the EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of New York. THE 0. B. FULGHAM AGENCV 0. B. Fulgham. II. Milton Elrode Room 3, Vaufihau Bide. $33.00 San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Tacom and Seattle, $31,59 Boise City, $30.50 Spokane andd Walla Walla, $30.00 Ogden, Salt Lake City and Butte. From Chicago via the Chicago, Un ion Pacific & North-Western Line ev ery day until October 15th inclusive. Correspondingly low rates from all points. Daily and personally conduct ed excursions from Chicago and Pull man Tourist Sleeping cars, only $7.00 for double berth, (accommodatidg two people), through to the Pacific Coast without change of cars. Choice of routes. Excellent train service. Dining cars, (meals a la carte.) For full information apply to A. H. Wag gener, Trav. Agt. 22 Fifth Ave., Chicago, Ills. e Excursion tickets at unusually low rates good for the season, on sale dai- j to Milwaukee, Madison, Waukesha, Green Lake, Devils Lake, Gogebic, Ashland, Marquete, Superior, Du luth, St. Paul, Minneapolis and max ther cool and delightful lake resorts reached by The North-Western Line. Information and tickets can be se- ured from your home agent. Booklet ntitled "The Lakes and Summer Re orts of the Northwest" mailed npon receipt of 4 cents in stamps, W. B. Kniskern, P. T. M. C. & N. W. R'jr Chicago, IH. $30.00 to Colorado and Return Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North Western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all pointa east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago and Central States and only two rights en route from the Atlantic Seaboard. Two fast trains daily. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, TJL Bean tte Eigtstsr of Ths IsA Yoa Hatt Ahrars Baril