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BI0H1I0ND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAT -1IOEKIKO, DECEMBER ,1904.
page t: lultt ? Have Bonnie You ag,! Oaks?! lmk They Good JfimpW Ones sspsisia $5.00 Johnson & Roland, Bet. 5th and 6th, onMain. Little Lads' Overcoats We have for boys frotu 3 to 8 years of age three styles in the Russian Overcoat Novelty goods, stripes and fancy mixtures, with the fashionable bran and gray effects predominating. The Double Breasted Coat jS finished with velvet collar and gold buttons, CoatsWith Sidfly opening are new and pretty, enabling the front to be finished with silk loops. Coat and belt are of the same material close fitting velvet collars. The Norfolk Russian combination has two box pleats in front and one cen ter pleat in back loops or buttons. The silk embroidered sleeve decoration appears in all three styles, also the velvet collar. All are stylish and striking. PRICES: $4.00 to $6.00 IT STRIKES the popular favor namely, to-witj the coal we furnish summer and win ter for cooking and heating. There's no secret about it. We simply supply superior coal at the minimum market price, and as expeditiously as our teams can haul it from our yard to your door. The reader of this card may not be a customer of ours we'd like birr to b. , i,u his own advantage. J. tf. Menke, Home Pliont- 72 Bell Phone 435-R. 102-104 t'r. WAYNE AVE. FIHES PHARMACY. If you want quality in rnbber'goods, Hot Water Bottles, Founaltn Syringes or a Combination Water and Fountain Douche, We carry no second quality to offer at a cut price. We can give you anything you want in ine icuDDtr line- btncuy notning shoddy at x LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY, 830 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES. WE HOLD THEE SAFE On.XHk'SK GEO. C. BALL, Agent, Successor to B. B. Myrick's Agency. Also Liire ana Accld ent Insurance. t I t i r 4 GOOD IN PIE, CAKE AND PUDDING. FT03SK Such Mince Meat In lOc Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Ray Cornell will play the piano for a dance at Knigthstown Wednes day night and at Shirley Friday ev ening. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Koeher and son were the guests of Mrs. Kothe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon, of Hanov er, Ohio, have been here the past week. Mr. Harmon while here pur chased several car loads of corn that he shipped to Hanover. Mrs. Harry Miller, of Knights town will be the guests of local friends Wednesday. Matt Shew was in Dayton Sunday on business. Woodard & Hebble shipped sever al car loads of hogs from Person's Station to Pittsburg on 2.Iouday. It Avas found after making an ex amination of the damage of the fire to the Catholic church that it was of no great extent. Mrs. Brooks and daughters,, the Misses Lillie and Bessie left for At tica, New York, Saturday night. John Lackey was in Indianapolis over Sundav. Miss Ina Euyart and Miss Mor- man were in Straughns Sunday. Mrs. Tom Knox visited with Dub lin friends Sunday. Miss Grace Johnson, of Lewisville, was the guest of Mrs. Charles Loeb Sundav. J. C. Dodson Avas in Richmond on business Mondav. Glen Elliott was in Richmond on Mondav. Miss Opal "Walliek entertained as her guests Sunday, Mr. Oxley, or Newark, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Ol iver Nusbaum, of Richmond. Tom "Weed will make a buisness trip to Illinois this week. Dean House was in Richmond on Sunday. A roll call meeting and smoker will be given by the K. of P. lodge on Thursday night. Mrs. Antonette and Margie Mey ers, of Richmond, were guests of their mother, Mrs. Pauline Meyers, of East Cambridge City over Sun dav. Mr. and Mrs. Lonek and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dennis of Richmond vis- ted the city Sunday. Will Luekhardt has gone to work with Geo. Maxwell. The A. M. E. Sunday school is making preparations for an Xmas entertainment that will be of a very high order. The Helen Hunt Club will meet this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller of near Jacksonburg were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Spittler Sunday. Mr. Bryan was in Spiceland to visit with his wife Sunday. Mrs. Joe Bender has been serious ly ill the past few days. Carl Boyd was home from Michi gan Sundav. Walter Keever, quite a good shot with a shot gun, brought in Saturday 22 rabbits and a few birds. Mrs. J. N. Davis was in Conners ville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zehring visited in Dayton Sunday. Chas Morris of Knightstown was in the city Sunday. Rev. Hasty, of Muncie, filled the pulpit at the M. E. church Sunday mornincr. While here he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. "White. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Marson were guests of their daughter in Muncie Sunday. John Mosbaugh was home from Peru Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Scott enter tained a party of relatives to dinner Sunday. The trustees of the A. M. E. church are planning to have their church re painted and papered: Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Williams of Richmond were guests of Mrs. Ste vens and son, Tom Kerlin. Mike Krahl visited in Richmond Sundav. ECZEMA ON LITTLE GIRL Sleepless Nights for Mother and Awful Suffering of Child. CURED BYCUTICURA Had Given up All Hope of Ever Making Any Cure. " My little girl has been suffering for two years or more from eczema, and daring that time I could cot get a night's sleep, as her ailment was very sere re. ' I had tried so many remedies and spent much money, deriving no bene fit, I had absolutely given up all hope of making any cure. Bat as a last re sort I was persuaded to try a set of the Cuticura remedies, and to my great delight a marked change was mani fested from the first application. I gave the child a bath with Cuticura Soap, using a soft piece of muslin cloth. This I did twice a day, each time fol lowing with the Cuticura Ointment, and at the same time gave the Resol vent, according to directions. One box of the Ointment and two bottles of the Resolvent, together with the Soap, effected a permanent cure. I submit this for publication if you desire, hop ing It will add to your success and assist bo many thousands of sufferers in cur ing themselves." Mrs. I. B. JONES, Addingtox, Ixd. T. The first step in the treatment of the chronic forms is to remove the scales and crusts and soften the skin, by warm baths with Cuticura Soap. The scalp, ears, elbows, hands, ankles and feet will require frequently a thorough soaking in order to penetrate the thick ened skin and crusts with which these parts are often covered. Dry care fully, and apply Cuticura Ointment, lightly at first, and where advisable spread it on pieces of soft cloth and bind in place. Take the Resolvent, pills, or liquid, in medium doses. Do not use cold water in bathing, and avoid cold, raw winds. Sold throughout tha world. Cuticura Reaolreot, SOe. Qn form of ChoeoUte Coated PilU, Sic. par vial of , Ointment, We.. Soap, tSc Depotai London, 27 Chartar bouM 8q.iParii.fi Rn da la Paizi Boston, 1ST Colum bus At. Potter Drag Chem. Corp., Sole Proprietors. Kfbnd for " How to Cure cxema." Notice to Bidders. Notice is hereby given that speci fications for the Wayne County Poor Asylum, for the quarter ending Feb ruary 28, 1905, are on file in the of fice of the County Auditor of said County, and that bids for the same will be received up to 11 a. m. of Tuesday, December 20, 1904. Bids will be received under the fol lowing heads: Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, Fuel and Drugs. J. II. IIANES. Auditor Wayne County. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Notice is hereby given that Speci fications for supplies for the County 0 dices, Jail and Court House for Wayne County, Indiana, for the year ending December 31, 1905, are now on file in the office of the County Au ditor and that bids for the same will be received under the following heads: Blank Books, Stationery, Printing, Groceries and Dry Goods. Geo. W. Callaway, John F. Dvnes, C. E. Wiley, Commissioners Wayne County. Notice to Bidders. Proposals for supplies for the use of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the Insane, for the month of Jan uary, 1905, will be received by the board of trustees at the hospital be fore 3 p. m., Monday, December 12, 1904. Specifications may be seen at the Second National Bank, or at the hospital. S. E. SMITH, 6-2 Medical Superintendent. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercuhy. Hall's Family Pills are the hest. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter ing it through the mucuous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in To ledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per Treasrj Department, Washington, December 1, 1904. Sealed proposals will be received at this Department until 2 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, De cember 20, 1904, for manufacturing and placing in position, in complete working order, in the U. S. Postofnee, Richmond, Ind., certain quartered and plain white oak furniture, gold en oak finish. Drawings, specifica tions, and blank forms of proposal can be obtained upon application to the Department. Partial bids will not be considered. The Department reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive defects. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of ten per cent, of the aggregate amount there of, drawn to the order of the Secre tary of the Treasury, as a guarantee of good faith. Proposals should be a Idressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, Washington, D. C., and in dorsed: "Proposal for Furniture, U. S. Post-Office, Richmond, Ind." H. A. Taylor, Acting Secretary. 6&12. HUGH L. SPINK Attorney at Law and Justice of the Peace. Prompt, personal attention to all business. Office over 504 Main St., Richmond, Ind. Office open Satur Stockings Full of Feet will be the portion of many an unfortunate little shaver Christmas reason, no money. Size op your dollars and you'll find them woefully shoit just at the present time. By trading at our store your dollar will be one-third longer in purchasing power. A trial order will convince you. Grann'ated Sugar, 18 lb ........ $1.00 A Sugar, 19 lbe '.OO C Sugar, 10 lbs l!oO Potatoes, per bushel c Kadaas Flour, per sack yjc lc Corn 7c a cam, tec doz. Not over 1 dot. to a customer. 3 lb can Tomatoes 82c doz. Not over 3 doc to a customer. California Hama, Dry, Salt and Pickled Pork, per pound .... lOc Bacon by the atrip, per lb 13c Extract of Beef, 86c size for 23c Good until Monday, Dec. 5th, 1904 Dry Goods Specials See our large display s for 10c to $Z 50 One lot of Gents Black Hose. 15c value at 9c, 3 pair for 25c Men's and boys' Sweaters from 25c to fl.25. best values in the city Remember you get S. & II. Stamps with every purchase Stamps -with all purchases. Free delivery. Phone your order. Store open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenirgs. The Mel Department Store 4x1-4x5 MainlSt. Bo tli Phones ' oooooooo!io;;oooooooo o o o o o o o o o o R. R, R. Lunch Room. 825 NORTH E ST. MEALS 15 CENTS. L. M. HAYS- Prop, q ooooooooinioooooooo :wi;iiiiiiii:wiMiiniiniiiim FBU WEIGHT, KREE-FROM-DIRT O O -A. Xj you buy from FQSLER & CO. Give them an order and be convinced." Both Phones 1x5. 51a N. Ast I..i,.I.,..II..I..I..h..HmI..i..IiH Mill I I I I I I 1 1 I M-M. E. B. GROSVENOR. M. D SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Glass Fitting I n tit ro r r w n w 0 0 A A ITnJflf i TlX F Perhaps you are in a tight place IB r I Em I and don't know vlim to crtt the money to tide you over. We'll advance you the money yen need on yonr household goods, piano, team, fixtures, etc., without removal, or on a diamond when left in our pos session, or on your salary if you have a permanent position with a reliable firm. Low rates, easy payments and fair treatment is our motto. We make loans in Cambridge City, Richmond, Dublin, Milton, Centerville, Eaton, and New Paris, and if yon cannot call at our office, write or telephone us and our agent will call on yon. Here are some'of the terms of our weekly paymentplan, allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: ; 60cis a weekly payment on a $25 loan. $1.20is a weekly payment on a 60 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. You can get 'a.ay other amount for the same time at the came pro portion, Call on us when you need money. "Applications by mail ortelephorjefreceive our prompt attention. RjcslhimTDcmcrad LdDatra (S- XXXXXXXXXMXXKXXKKXXXXXMMirMWKKMMKXXIMXX Established 1895. Home Phoce The Palladims For M I O O O O O O o o o bottle. day evenings.