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BICHUOITD DAILY PALLADIUM, THUES MORNING, OCTOBER 27. 1904.
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TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE t Indianapolis, Ind. FOR SALE My annual'stock of ; 1 Pure Bred Barred Plym outh rock cmcKeus ; breeders. The test stiatn kro? B Phone 638 O. E. EulgllUItt KK90H PEOPLE And Other Indianians Granted Patents. AVashirgton, October 26. These Indiana patents have, been granted: William F. Broekhoff," Indianapolis, cash register; Joseph P. Burgess, Boberly, separating buck and plan tain seed from clover seed; John T. Cappell, Vincennes, coiling motors; Joshua J. Cottingham, Washington, car platform operating device; El mer Cox, Columbia City, hay loader; James 3VI. Dennis, Richmond, artifi cial fuel; George C. Diehl, Butler, gas machine; I. II. Finehun, Indi anapolis, heating or cooling device for beds; John E. Frederick, Koko rr.o, machine for making ornamental fence; Jesse P. Fulghum, Richmond, corner fastening for metallic bed steads; Robert W. Hall, Cambridge City, double shovel garden plow; S. L. Charles, Vincennes, friction block for vehicle tires; Charles S. Hensley, Greencastle, wire fence machine; John Imbler, Zionville, wire fence machine; Robert Matthies Hammond, harness bit attachment; Charles R. Moon, Muncie, bolt pointing and threading machine; Louis H. Schep man, Richmond, monkey-wrench ; Al bert H. Sellers, Indianapolis, ticket case; James W. Shock, H.mtingtot, fence posts; William J. Tangernunn, Hammond, revolving scrubbing ma chine; Arthur J. Thompson, Kokomo, hydrant; Charles Waggoner, Koko mo, apparatus for coating nails; El len E. Winchenny, Indianapolis, no tarial seal; Frank E. Wilcott, Indi anapolis, pocket fumigator. Better Than Pills. The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the or dinary cathartic and liver pills? Our answer is They are easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle and so agreable that one hardly realizes that it is produced by a medicine. They not only move the bowels but improve the ap petite and aid the digestion. For sale at 25 cents per bottle by A. G-. Lu- ken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, corner Fifth and Main streets. HAGERSTOWN. Hagerstown, Ind., October 26. Ras :Prant and family returned from St.; :-Louis Sunday 'iilit. Mv. McTiegue, R. R. agent, moved to the house he recently purchased. ("Jeo. Ward moved to Richmond. Will Porter and family, Harry Keaggy and family went to the World's Fair last Sunday morning. The pumping of the oil well yester day s proof of its success. The Cam bridge City Oil Company will drill their second well at once. Mr. A. L." Walker visited Mrs. Lizzie Fox at New Castle this week. Mr. Marvin Chamnesg and her daughter, Grace, of Indianapolis are here on a ten days visit. Jesse Matthews and wife went to Latonia to spend some time at the races. Jesse is a jockey. He also has several running horses of his own 9 oo DAYTON AND HKTIFKN' Account G. A. R. Rally and Reception OCTOBER 26 Tickets good returning Oct. 27th Commander in Chief Blackmar, Depart ment Commander Moulton, Gen. Dustin, of Illinois. National Commander of S. of V.; Col. W. S. Reeder, Department Com mander S. of V., will be among the Speakers. Camp Fires and Exercises at Memorial Hall, National Mil itary Home, in the afternoon, and at Park Theatre in the evening. The Dayton & Western runs direct to the National Military Home. The Way to Go." Send 2 cent stamp for itinerary "of pecial personally conducted tours to California, leaving Chicago August .8th and 25th, via the Chicago. Union Pacific & North-Western Line, ac count Triennial Conclave Knights Templar at San Francisco. $50 round trip from Chicago. Correspondingly ow rates from all points. A. H. Wag geiier22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. FOUNTAIN CITY. Howard Purviance and family have moved on Charlev Henley's farm lately vacated bv Andrew Ri- Frank Keever is visiting his son CJarenee at Tipton, this week. Invitation are out announcing a ball at the K. of P. Hall next Satur day evening, October 29. Jack Garrett and wife and Miss Xellie Overman spent last Sunday in Richmond. Oliver Charles spent Sunday with Wilson Charles and family. Mrs. Dorsey Thurston who ha been very sick is reported a little better at this writing. Howard Thompson and family are visiting Howard's parents near Un ion City. Mrs. A. AV. AYoolman spent a few days at Richmond visiting her daugh ter. Omer AVhitnack and family and Mrs. Frank Keever were the guests of relatives at Hagerstown Sunday. On last Thursday evening at the home of Luther Reynolds and wife took place the marriage of their daughter, Minnie, to Elmer Hodgin. Rev. Peirce officiated. They will go to housekeeping on Stephen Thomas' farm. Mrs. Martha Conger of Dayton is visiting her mother, Mrs. Woolman, and family. Ed Keever of Hagerstown is here visiting his parents. Leroy Lawrence of Richmond is here visiting relatives. O MILTON. Milton, Ind., October 26 Linville Wallace and wife were at Harris burg Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. John Dehaven. ? There was another racket at the saloon Saturday night, the result is one man is carrying his head swath d in bandages. The frequent are fre quent. No arrests and none expectd. Rev. F. C. McCormick will preach a special sermon to young people next Sunday night. This week he is conducting a series of meetings at Hussey's school house. Mrs. Posey of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Sands, of Richmond, Mrs. Hardy and Miss Hardy of Un ion City have been recent guests of Mrs. Frank Jones. Harry Cole and Miss Overhiser, AYednasdav eveninsr in the presence of nearly a hundred guests at the home of the bride's parents,Rev.F.C. McCormick officiating in a beautiful service. Prof Geo. Doll of Cam bridge City played the wedding music. A pretty collection of gifts was received by the bride. After a trip to the Fair the young people will reside on a farm near Benton-ville. Mrs. Ina Holland of Carthage is the guest of Mrs. Maria AVhiteley. Rev. O. P. Gotschall at Lewisville, could not fill his appointment at Friends church last Sunday and Rev. Francis Thomas of Dunreith preach ed in his stead in the monvng.- Tha Friends Sunday rchool which for sev eral months was disbandel, Avas re organized Sunday. The C. W. B. M. will give a Chi nese tea at the home of Mrs. D. H. A'arren Friday night. The bank window is a miniature agricultural fair with its display of corn, qotatoes, apples and a mam moth pumpkin, etc. Some fine speci mens are shown. J. O. Bragg and wife were at Fj:1- mouth Sunday, the guests of Dr. Mid Mrs. Ray. Lewis Zeller and Avife occupy Ben jamin Tanner's hcav house. Mrs. Parkins and Miss Michaei are at CraAvfordsville the guests of Mrs. Laura Frazee Morgan. Mrs. M. I). Doddridge, the Misses Spahr and Calvin Be'artsch have re turened from St. Louis. Mrs. Alice H. Gresh, Misses Nora Mann and Nellie Jones, Chas. Hurst and , wife and C. II. .Callaway have u-turned from St. Louis Fair and general convention of the Christian church. G.1 K, and S. of V. Members ol W. R. C. Report to A. AV. GRATE. Commander, ON OR BEFORE OCT. 24 for the purpose of obtaining Special Car to Dayton, account G. A, R. Rally and and Reception, Oct. a Round Trip Fare, $1.00 Via Dayton & Western Good For Two Days. : TURKISH BATHS Thermal Immersion and 15 other kinds of baths can begi?enat I Cedar Springs I Bath House Just completed A Povererl tnrAnr vnnrtc tVi . hotel with bath house, so bathers can pass to and fro without enter- ing the open air . . . ' Open through the week and t Sunday. Turkish Baths, $I.OO Thermal Immersion, 50c Competent Attendant Cedar Springs Hotel Co. I OLIVE HILL. ' Olive Hill, Ind., October 2G. An derson Toms and wife went to St. Louis AVednesday to visit their son and daughter, also to spend a few days at the Fair. Mrs. Pearl Cooney, who has been quite sick is some better. Mrs. George Culbertson' who has been visiting her parents at Deerfield Randolph county returned home Sat urday. AVill Cheesman visited Alex Reed Sunday. John Brooks and wife who have been visiting in Missoure have re turned home and report that they had a very pleasant trip. They also spent twelve davs at the World's Fair. Airs. OUie King visited her daugh ter at Beeson's Station last Aveek. The Republicans of DogtoAvn Avill haA'e a pole raising and a speech by Wilfred Jcssup Friday afternoon at ." o'clock. Everybody invited John AA'ickersham had a very sick horse Tuesday. John C. King, trustee of. Center toAvnship, visited the school and was also looking after some other mat ters Tuesday. AVill Kempton and AVill Cheesman Avcnt to Marion A"ednesday on busi ness. Marcus Reynolds is preparing to aint his house. 12' What is Looked For in high grade lsundry work is always found in that done by Richmond Steam Laundry Goods are made absolutely clean, and are beautifully finished. AVe use the best cleansing age and as theyare free from destructive tion, goods are not worn out. AVe invite a trial order. It will result in satisfaction. Carpet cleaning a specialty. D. W. Walters, Prop. 919 Main Street. Phones 151. ' For Sale CHJSAPf A lot of second-band Furniture, Stoves, etc., to make room for new arrival antique mahogany furniture , F. J. HEPNER 426 Main St., Richmond, Ind. bveiry entering our store says we certainly have the finest line of Stoves d Ranges in the city, and the most reasonable prices. We invite you to look elsewhere, then come and see our SURPRISE for you in PRICES. Easy Payments. Johnson & Roland Between 5th and 6th, on Main. Dr. E. E. Pierce Dr. L. S. Chenoweth BEWTISTS Only Six Weeks More Of St. Louis World's Fair; Excursions Every Day. via Pennsylvania Lines. Through pas senger service both ways between Richmond, Ind., and St. Louis, hrough trains leave Richmond, Ind., 5:05 a. m., 10:15 a. m., 1:25 p. m., 10:o0 p. m. daily. Tickets over Pennsylvania Lines reading through St. Louis to points west permit ten days' stop-over at St. Louis upon payment of $1.00 fed for validating ticket. C. AV. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind., will give full particulars. MM PHILLIPS J VI THEATRE O. G. MURRAY, Lessee, Manager Monday (8 p.m.) Oct. 31 Krqger Concert Co. 2nd Annual American Tour ARTISTS : GKOiu; KltUOER Piano Virtuoso. 4f the leading European concerts. ALMA R I BOLL A Soprano. Re cently returned from Europe. NORA SCHOEMER Violinist. From Berlin. ELIZABETH DANIELS KKUGKR Accompanist. Everett Piano Used PRICES Parquette and 1st 4 rows Balcony, 7; e: Parquette Circle and last 'Z rows Balcony 50c ; Gallery 25 c Universally endorsed bv the press pulpet and public. A truly artistic musical entertainment. Seats on sale at Nixon's. HEiSKELL'S OltiTEHT 1 curt-s fiords. Burns. PcaMs. Uler. K;e?-vv.ji-ius. Tetter, i.rysiieia.-. cakl H-fi. Itch, ani ai! S!cin Erm-ticn. Maif V." svin twtuHSfuUy Ur u:,a mikm.iL. Al-U drug Ct!U. 5C Swil iT imr.iiU-t. Rooms 44-45, Colonial Building. Third Floor Elevator. Home phone 1637 x x x x x x"X4h;--x- s I I I f ffl8 A) J A" ft Stop Guessing AVe will let you have an imme diate loan if you want money for urgent needs. Won't charge you much for the use of it, either, and will make your terms so easy that you can pay it back without feeling the strain, in small weekly or monthly installments. We ad vance money on furniture, pi anos, teams, etc., without re moval, on salaries, and on dia monds left in pledge. Loans made in Richmond, Cambridg Dublin, Milton, Eaton and New Paris, and if you cannot call atour office, write or phoce us and our agent will call on you. Here are some of the terms of our Aveekly payment plan, allowing you'jfifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: 60c is a weekly payment on a $2o loan. $1.20 is a weekly payment on a 50 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. You can get any other amount for the same time at the same pro portion Call on us when you need money. Applications by mail or telephone receive our prompt attention. CQeDnLTDnGDonGO Laon od- I 4c Established 1895. Home Phone 446. Room 8, Colonial Bldg J V oooooooaoioocooc o R. R. R. Lunch Room. O O o o o o o 8- OOOOOOOOIIOIIOOOOOOOO 825 NORTH E ST. L M. HAYS Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS. WW o o o ( o o o o o o THEY ALL KNQ W if The Jewel Stoves and. Ranges are not the cheapest, hut they are THE VERY BEST. A full stock on sale at the KETCH HARDWARE CO. 92 x MAIN. STORE CASH.OR PAYMENTS. e.b: grosvenor, m. d. specialist; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ScIentlficzGlass Fitting: COLONIAL BUILDING :office:hours : rf;00 to 12:00 2:00 to. 4:00 7:00 to 8:00 ' . . JSonday fi:00 to 12:00