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mcnnoin) daily palladium. Thursday morning, October 27, 1904.
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Town.... - State The Dally Palladium, Richmond, Ind. t ' : Date... 1904 z Please send the Daily PAl,rADlUM to me for 6 months and thereafter d until ordered discontinued, for which 1 agree to pay regularly 7 cents a week, with the understanding that I am to receive a copy of 'Madame,' w a monthly magazine, for one year absolutely free. ' A Are you a new or old subscriber? Nam Commence Delivery Address . This offer may be withdruwn at any time so act at once. Tlie Palladium E For JOB WORK Miss Nora Schoener With the Kru ger Concert Company. Delighted the audience by her ver satile and artistic plavinir. New York World. Played excellently well. Technic brilliant, playing marked with much feeling. New York Musical Courier. The third concert, under the direc tion of Mr. Frank Van der Stucken. Conception artistic, tempera ment musical, execution of a finished type. The Post. An artist, and a most satisfactory -l . " one. St. Ixmis Republic. Took the house by storm. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Concert, in Music Hall, Miss Nora Schoemer proved to be such an at traction that the attendance was much larger than at any previous concert. Mastered even the most difficult passages with ease. Housing applause. Cincinnati Enquirer. New Phillips Theater, October 31. i O WHITEWATER. Whitewater, Ind., October 2G. Miss Nora Townsend entertained quite a number of her young friends at her home one mile south of this place Saturday evening. The even ing was spent by playing games. Af ing was spent by playing games. Af served. The evening was one to be remembered by all. Those present were : Misses Bessie Gordon, Edna Gor don, Mary White, Minnie White, Murl Coppic, Zella Jones, Gertie Al exander, Yenie Roberts, Jessie Pyle, Mary Smith, Emma Curtis, Lizzie Rothermel, Cecil Nolte, Pearl Bar ton, Jennie Hill, Ethel Flatter, Edna Richards, Nettie Petery: Messrs. Alva Alexander, ( lei I Alexander, Bert White, Fred While, Giwer White, Raymond Richards. Guy An derson, Foster Curtis, Harry Martin, Wm. Roberts, Cleveland Pyle, Wm. Brown, Kenneth Barton, Jess Town send, Carl Baker, Emmett Baker, Frank Smith, John Love, Ira Addle man, Ed Glunt; Mr. and Mrs. John Richards. Mrs. Eber Marshall and Mrs. J. C. Thomas of Bethel, visited at this place Thursday. Wesley Baker and family of Eldo rado, Ohio, spent Sunday at this place. Rev. Pierce began a series of meet ings at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Mrs. Lizzie Gist of Richmond is visiting her father, Mr. Joseph Woods. Prof. A. M. Tschean, C. C. Hyde, Miss Zona Garver'and Miss Maud Norris visited the Lynn school last Wednesday. Quite a number from this place attended the rally at Middleboro Saturday afternoon. Mr. J. A. Stephenson and family entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Squires of Greensfork. Miss Minnie Marshall and Miss Lola Laurence of New Madison were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Har and and family over Sunday. Miss Gertie Alexander entertained her friend, Miss Nellie Petery, Sun day. The Helping hand Society of the Christian church has purchased a iiow pulpit and communion table. Mr. and Mrs. Fidelas Hill and family of Winchester were the gu?sts of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Saxton Sun day. B. B. Williams will have his public ' 'The Hoyal Chef," the merry mu- sical comedy which comes to the Gen jneit Theatre on Tuesday evening, November 8th, will serve to introduce o the theatre-goers of this city Jo I seph S. Welsh whom New Yorkers claim as the best tenor in light opera today. It will be remembered that the song hit in Anna Hold's produc tion of "The Little Duchess" was the immortal "Violets." It was Mr. Welsh who introduced this beau tiful musical number. In "The Royal Chef," Mr. Welsh has several songs tl.at no doubt will be whistled, one especially "What Color Eyes Do You Love Best?" Unlike so many tenors, whose upper register is never certain, and who have little regard for singing on the key, he displays the effect of the teaching of the best ; masters of Prance and Italy, and his tones are as pure as a Caruso, and as robust as the younger De Reszke, and as a consequence, Mr. Welsh makes J hosts of friends wherever he sings. sale November thet first. Mr. and Mrs. Elizie Harlan of Lvnn visited her Sunday. A Great Sensation. There was a big sensation in Lees ville, Ind., W. , H. Brown of that place, who was expected to die, had his life saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumpton. He writes:" Iendured indescribable ago nies from Asthma, hut your New Dis covery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure. Similar cures of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Grip are numerous. It's the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c, and $1.00. Guaranteed by A..G. Luken & Co., druggists. Trial bottle free. Excursion Fares to Greenville Via. Pennsylvania Lines. October 29th, excursion tickets t Greenville, account Republican Mass Meeting, will be sold via Pennsylva nia Lines from Urbana, Richmond, and intermediate points. A HALT MILLION ACRES. 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 points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago. Two fast trains daily. Tour lit sleeping cam to Denver daily.. World's Fair excursion tickets to St. Louis will be sold via Pennsyl rania Lines at approximately one cent per mile each Tuesday and Thursday until September 29th, valid In coaches of through trains, good returning within seven days. These are the lowest fares at which Word's Fair excursion tickets to St. Louis .re sold. Fifteen day tickets, sixty day tickets and season tickets sold daily at reduced fares, good in sleep ing or parlor cars with required Pull man tickets. For full information, $30.00 to Colorado and Return Via Chieago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago and Central States and only two 'ights en route from the Atlantic Seaboard. Two fast trains daily. A. H. Waggener, 22 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. RED GREEN MEN SI to $5. BOYS SI to SI. 50 Caps for Boys and Girls in bright colors and in grey, blue, brown CAPS 50 CENTS Notice of Application. State of Indiana. Wayne County, ss: In t be Wayne circuit court, at the Octo ber term. liKM. Petition of Mary KllzalKth Artzmau to change name. Notice is hereby given that I applied to the Wayne circuit court of Wayne county, in the Mate of Indiana, to have my name changed from Mary Klizabeth Art zmaii to Mary Kllzaberh Knnbe; that said petition and application will be presented to and heard by the said court on the first day of the December term. 1W34, of said court. Dated this 11th day o October, li4. JIAHY ELIZABETH ARTZM AN, Petitioner. William H. Kelley, Att'y. ISoetwJlt Notice to Property Own ers, a To all whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given that the city commissioner of the City of Richmond have made and filed with the city clerk of said city their written preliminary report In the matter of the Im provement of south 20th street, from Main street to south A street, by the construc tion of cement sidewalks on both sides thereof; describing therein the real es tate benefited or damaged by said improve ment, together with the names of the own ers thereof, which names of owners of real estate as set forth therein are as follows to-wlt: John Hasecoster, Charles M. Jenkins, Catherine Eversman, Klma C. Van ileusen, LiTdla Foulke Hughes, Charles Jenkins, FUla W. D. Jeniclns. Anna Englebrecht, Samuel E. Lasley, .William Dudley Foulke, Marcla Hedgwlck, Florence Wood, Ira C. Wood, Mlcajah C. Henley, Mary Btuart Hill, Eben Louck, John F. McCarthy. And the persons above named, and all others interested, are'hereby notified that the City Com missioners of said city will meet at the omce of the City Clerk on Friday, the 11th day of Nov ember. l!04, at 10 o'clock, a, in., to assess the costs of said improvement upon the property benefited thereby in proportion to the benefits derived therefrom, as provided by law. By order of Council. witness my hand and seal of the City of Rich mond, this 18tb day of October. 1904. i0.27 JOHN F. TAGGART. City Clerk. Notice to Property Own v ers. To all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the City Commissioners of the City of Richmond have made and filed with the City Clerk of bald City their written preliminary re port in the matter of the improvement of the north side of north 1.0th street, by the construction of cement sidewalk thereon, from north D street to the P. C C. & 8t. Li. Railroad, describing therein the real estate benefited - or damaged by said improvement, together with the names of the owners thereof, which names of owners of real estate as set forth therein are as follows, to-wit: Hutb Ann Hunt, Margaret Alice Kiel horn, Frederick Barton, August George Kofskl, Emma Kofskl, Harah A. Chestnut, J lorace C. Starr, George II Knollenberg. And the persons abov named and all others interested are hereby notified that the city com missioners of said city will meet at the omce of the - city clerk -on Saturday, the 6th day of November. 1904, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to assess the coatv of said improve ment upon the property benefitted thereby In proportion to the benefits derived therefrom as provided by law. By order of council. Witness my hand and the seal of the City of Richmond this 18th day of October, 1904. SO--J7 JOHN F. TAOOAHT, City Clerk. Notice to Property Own ers. To all whom it may concern: Notice Is hereby given that the City Commissioners of the City of Richmond have made and tiled with the City Clerk of said city their written preliminary report In the matter of the improvement of the alley between Eighth and Ninth streets, from Main street to the first alley south thereof ; describing therein the real es tate benefited or damaged by said Im provement, together with the names of the owners thereof, which names of owners of real estate as set forth therein are as fol lows, to wit. Georgietta McWhinney, George H. Knol lenberg, Frank II. Glass. And the uersons aboved named, and all others Interested, are hereby notified that the City Commissioners of said city will meet at the office of the city clerk on Satur day, the 12th day of November. 1604. at 10 o'clock, a. m , to assess the costs of said Im provement upon 1 he property benefited thereby In proportion to the benefits de rived therefrom, as provided by law. Ht order of Council. Witness my hand and the seal of the city of Richmond, this lth day of October, 1 MM. 20- JOHN F. TAGGART, City Clerk. , Notice of Appointment. Tlip undVndirnel hereby frives no tice that he has qualified as the exec utor of the last will and testament of Mary Mitchell, deeeased, late of Wayne county, Indiana. , Said state is supposed to be sol vent. JAMES A. MITCHELL, Eieentor. William H. Kelley, attorney. 20-3 BLUE WHITE What Are Yon Look ing For? An auctioneer to cry your sale? Get T. R. WOODHUR9T, Phone 491. He is all right. MONEY TO LOAN: 5 and 6 per cent. Interest FIRE INSURANCE; In the leading companies. Manager for the, EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of New York. THE 0. B; F AGENCY Room 3, Vauchan nidg Biggest, Busiest.: Best Carpets Takn Up, Cleaned and Laid. : Monarch Laundry: New Phone 1 ; Old Phone 251 W No. 22 South 8th St. Phone For It THAPS QUICKEST When you are busy and want any thing from a drug store Phone No. 198. You'll get it in a hurry and it will be satisfactory or we'll make so Lota of people order Candy, Drugs, Toilet Ar- . tides. Perfumes. Medicines of us . by Phone. - - - - - - - - Its a good way. Try it Court House Pharmacy 400 Main Street. 31. J. Qulgley, Prop. 0 V n J