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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1904.
V 4. i 1 1 WW-M M ! H I"I"I"I"X Mill I I I I I I I I M"I"M-X' ENGLISH WALNUTS 1 LOOKING FOR JOE WORKMAN 15c Pound IDEAL GASH GROCERY TAX ADJUSTER IN VIGO CO. A TERRE HAUTE PAPER IS THOUGHT HE WAS HERE Phone 180914 Main St. And Wanted His Record The Show ing Made by W. E. Lowe. iMX..X...liMX..x..iMMM4"I"M"I"I"I I I I 'I I I 'l I I 'M"I ll-l-H' Stytt Sualiitf Suspenders Today we bring to your notice two other articles appropriate for Christ mas. If you are at your "wits' end" we will help you out. We have a handsome line of Suspenders. Those with the IIITI-A-H. LETTER coming first. Best quality elastic 'is used, vith white leather to harmonize with the delicate shades. Next are those of equal quality but less fancy ; the rest are pJam and serviceable. They range from 50c to $1.50 The Terre Haute Tribune tele graphed the Palladium yesterday ask ing for the record of Tax Ferret Joe Workman in this county. As W F. Charters and W. E. Lowe have the contract for both Wayne County and the city of Richmond no infor mation as to Workman's record could be supplied. Workman has the contract as adjuster of taxes in Vigo County as well as fourteen or fifteen contracts in other counties and citi es in this state but Terre Haute has seen but little of him and judging from the query sent out by the Trib une the residents of Vigo county are curious to know whether such a per son as Joe Workman really exists. This curiosity was aroused when Mr. Workman a short time ago tried to secure the contract for collecting de linquent taxes in the city of Terre Haute. The record W. E. Lowe has made in this county and city cannot be equaled in any other county or city t , . -v, . rrti -I Wleh' in Indiana or umo. ine assesseu value of taxes in Wayne county amounts to $2,199,239. Since May 1, 1904, at which time Mr. Lowe began Onr assBrtment is fine Having wide, medium, narrow hems. WHITE SIILiIK: With or without the iditial. A variety of colored borders in different designs. SPOTTED HA1TDKEBOHIEFS are new shades delicite borders white. ' All these goods are hemstitched. Tom Clark was heme from Tipton Monday on business. Supt. Jordan of Richmond was in this city Tuesday. t Miss Myrtle Van Meter will be hme from Indianapolis this week. Mrs. Rye Morgan of Dublin was the guest of Mrs. Geo. Stomebough Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Doll is assisting in the china ware department at F. T. Frohnapfel 's. Mrs. E. E. Beescn and Mrs. Wil lard Ulrich were in Richmond Tues day. The Baptist Sunday school will hold their Christmas entertainment on the night of Dec. 26. Mr. Geo. Borden has a force of men at work in Rushville this week. Mrs. Lafe Beeson, Mrs. Allie Mil ler and Mr. Glen Beeson will spend today in Richmond. Mr. C. E. Miller is visiting with his parents in Connersville. School will close Friday for a two weeks vacation. John G. Myers is home from Zanesville, O. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Suit tier of JacksonbuTg were in Cambridge Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harmel are pre paring to make a month's visit in Florida. Mr. C. Havlin was in Lewisville Tuesday on business. Miss Lulu Barnard of Liberty will be the guest of Miss Anna Freeman over Christmas. Prof. Ed Holder has purchased several new pigs for training, hav ing during the past ten weeks lost three of his finest. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shidler for merly of this city have gone to Tex as to spend the winter. Mrs. Harry Dennis and daughter are guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mauk. . Miss Elizabeth Beal is clerking at John Marson's Dept. Store this oooooooo!ioi;oooooooo o o o o o o o o o o R. R. R. Lunch Room. 825 NORTH E ST. L M. HAYS- Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS O O O O O O O O O O OOOOOOOOIIOIIOOOOOOOO Sufferers 'from sciatica should not hesitate to use Chamberlain's Pain ken & Co. ; The Palladium For JOB WORK Q1 qqs M ; ir,9 oLo Thp nnrd Balm The PromPt Ielief ff0m PaiD 'i' ' 'p ' i f T??, hich it affords is alone worth many mond is $937,534. Since September e cost- For sale b? G' Lu 9, 1904, when the contract was let, Mr. Lowe has collected $9,483.00 in 82 cases. Prior to the letting of the county and city contracts there had been two other contracts let within the past fourteen years and the County Assessor had placed ovp- $3,000,000 on record in omitted 1890. : Table Corn Meal axes since Be Quick. Not a minute should be lost when a child showrs symptoms of croup. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough ap pears, will prevent the attack. It nev er fails, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. Custom Grinding a specialty Range's Pancake Flour I J. RUNGE & CO.; Phone 50 16 S. 7th St. Mm CAMBRIDGE CITY. Al Bradbury was in Indianapolis Tuesday. The dancing club will give a spec ial dance on next Tuesday nighty each member asking one friend ana company. Miss J. Banker visited in Indiana polis Monday. MONEY TO LOAN. 5 and 6 per cent. Interest t FIRE INSURANCE In the leading companies. Manager ror the EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of New York. The O.B. FulghamAg'cy H. MILTON ELRODE Room 8 1 O. B. Vaughan Bldg FULGII AM oooo Don't let the Christmas stockings of our loved ones go empty simply because you are temporarily short of money. Come to us. , , !;..!.-., We can help you fill them. We will loan you money. We will loan you five dollars, ten dollars, twenty dollars, fifty dollars, or whatever you may need. Your household goods, piano, team, fixtures, or any other per sonal property will be good security, and the goods will not be removed from your home. You can have plenty of time in -which to pay off your loan. You can have from one to twelve months time. You can pay weekly, monthly, quarterly, or as you may desire. You can have payments so small that you will not feel them. We make loans in Cambridge City, Dublin, Milton, Centerville, Eaton and New Paris, and if you cannot call at our office write us and our agent will call on you. Here are some of the terms of our weekly payment plan, al lowing you fifty weeks to pay off your loan: 60c is the weekly payment on a $25.00 loan. $1.20 is the weekly payment on a $50.00 loan. $1.S0 is the weekly payment on a $75.00 loan. $2.40 is the weekly payment on a $100.00 loan. Other amounts at the same proportion. We also loan money on salaries at low rates. Courteous treatment, fair dealings, and absolute secrecy guar anteed. Let us help you to a "Merry Christmas." If you need money, fill out the blank and mail to RICHMOND LOAN COMPANY, Room 8, Colonial Building, Richmond, Indi- ana, and our agent will call on you. Date Wife's Nam Address St. and No Town Amount Wanted $ Kind of Security you have Occupation RlDcsDriuiniaDinid LdDSum ESTABLISHED 1895 HOME PHONE 445. Room 8 Colonial Building Richmond, Ind. Corner Main and Seventh Sts. mm Masngj Up You will receive more by wearing 'em and coming tc our store during the great great clearance sa e now on, or at any other time for that matter, for we are the only store in Richmond selling goods at reasonable prices. Here's a List of Goods at Tour Prices A few more of the latest, up-to-date Ladies' Suits, Jackets, Coats Cloaks, and Misses' and Children's Cloaks which we are actually selling at one-half price. Don't wait, but come quick for they are going fast. . . We have a complete line of Scarfs, Boas, Muffs, etc., and we pur chased them at first hands and bought them right and can guarantee each and every piece in the stock. How these cold winter days do make it go, especially when we sell you a fifty cent fleece lined shirt or drawer for 25 cents. J Is the wonder and admiration of all for we own them at the jobbers' prices and are selling them at Model prices. Finest potatoes in Richmond; others are selling at 75c per bushel Come to us and get them for 50c 3 lb. can Tomatoes 7c 2 lb. can sugar corn 7c I Am Boss FIour SOc Sweet Cider per gallon 20c Prepared Mustard per quart 10c By the eallon 25c Oranges, Californias 15c Tamerines, Kid Glove Oranges, per dozen 20c Sweet Florida Oranges 25c 5 Crown Fig regular 15c goods per lb. 10c Dates nice and waxj- 7c per lb, 4 lbs. 25c French Cream, Rojal Mixed Candy ..'per lb. 10c A good mixed candy, combination of gum and sugar; others sell for 10c; we sell for 7c, or 4 lbs. 25c. Mixed Nuts per lb. 15c Cream Xuts, Pecans, Filberts 15c Alnic-nds and English Walnuts 15c Coeoanuts, filled with milk 8c Lemons, per dozen 15c Christmas trees, already mounted, G to 12, from 25 to 50c 5. & H. Tracing Stamps with ali purchases Free Delivery Model Department Store, 411-415 Main St.