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t 1. ! S THE MOENINO PALLADIUM WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1906. PAGE THEE3. 1 j1 1; t 1 1 STORIES ABOUT PEOPLE Thought It Belonged to the House. A f..;'':3 asro a committee of : 3 c? I lie:- Legislature went to . ; rri's Cay to see about allowing TfireTJu'IMlrij; "of a certain bridge not many miles fro mthe town of Bourne. They arrived too late to attend to the duties of that day, so they stop- ped at the most convenient hotel over night. In the morning while some of the party were making their toilet in the hotel washroom, where the combs and brushes, by the way, were hang jig by strings, one of the committee laid his toothbrush down by the side of the -wash bowl. A certain, other member was using it when the own er discovered him and exclaimed, "Why, John, what the devil are you doing? That's my brush." "Excuse me, Ned, I thought it be longed to t lie house," was the reply. Boston Herald. A Question of Speed. Walter Christie was talking about his huge racing car. "One day in August," he said, "I took a run out into the country, and somehow got lost. On toward dusk I found myself at the meeting point of four cross roads and unable to tell which road would load me back home. "So I pulled up and waited, and soon a boy driving- a cow appeared. " 'My lad'I said, 'I want to get to Cape May.' "The little fellow stared a my 110 horsepower car, and then lie said calmly: " 'Well, just fuller this cow an' ye '11 get thar.'" New York Trib une. Too Much for Olney, When Richard Olney was Secreta ry of State he frequently gave ex pression to the opinion that appoint ees to the consular service should speak the language of the countries to which they were respectively ac credited. It is said that when a certain bree zy and 'enterprising Western politi cian who w;w desirous of serving the Cleveland administration in the ca pacity of Consul at one of the Chi nese ports presented his papers to Mr. Olney, the Secretary remarked: "Are you aware, Mr. Blank, that I neS?r recommend to the president the appointment of a Consul unless he speaks the language of thecoun ' try to, which he desires to go? Now I suppose you don't speak Chi nese?" Whereupon the Westerner grinned broadly. "If, Mr. Secretary," said he, "you will ask me a question in Chinese I shall be happy to answer it." ' ""l Ho got the appointment. Phila delphia Record. Torced to Starve. P.. F. Lock, of Concord, K, says: "For 20 years 1 sutTered agonies, with a sore on my. upper lip, so pain ful, sometimes, that I could not eat. After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklen's Arnica Salve." It's great for burns, cuts and wounds. At A. 0. Lukcn & Co.'s drug store; only 25c. Women as Well as Men Are Made BiseKKe fey Eidasy. and . Kidney trouble pivf upon the mind, d ise u r; ijjes and k-sscusambttion; beauty, i-.,'or tk.ui cheerrul- - ness soon uisappear ml' ' stW when the kidneys are ; CU ,,( .svj ; is-Kiney trouble has '.Vv. if it become so prevalent 41 S that it is not uncom yy; mo" for a child to be U vAMikF- lKrn aftlicted with weak kidneys. H the child urinatcstoooften, 'f the urine scalds the llesh, or if, when the child reaches an' age when it should be able to control the passage, it ii.yct afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of thedilll culty is Wdney trouble, and the first step Mioufa be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of v the kidneys and bladder ami not to a 'habit as most, jcople suppose. Women as well as men are made iniser and blailder trouble, -ff-JL !Kttf$eed;.t5ie same great remedy. ' t; mild mvX the immediate effect of O ;lItCl Is soon realized. It is sold -Wjuctt&.st$l Irf fifty cent and onedollar size 1xttlcs. You may have a sample bottle by mail free, also a Home of Swamp-Root, pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamtou, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swami-Root, 'Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Binghamtou, N. Y., on every ' bottle. PARAGRAPHS A pood many people who call them selves critics are merely kickers. Give any man who has paid a com pliment time enough, and he will qual ify It. About the most expensive experi ence the average man can have is to accept gifts. As a rule, people do not rebuke you for telling gossip until they have heard all the details. When the members of a family quar rel some very clever things are said which no one present applauds or re peats. It Is every wife's opinion that her husband needs her to protect him, and his experience later as a widower goes to prove It. One of those days the man who gets scolded when he complains of his wife's biscuits will drop dead when he hears her apologizing for them to company. Atchison Globe. The Folmon of "Wealth. Great riches, carrying with them enormous possibilities of self indul gence, may fairly be considered as a sort of poison which ruins a certain proportion of those vbo are exposed to It, though strong constitutions sur vive. As ruin destroys savages, so wealth tends to destroy persons espe cially young ones, whom use and train ing have uot gradually made immune to its effects. How that is may readily be noticed in observing the etl'ects of newly won wc.iltU on the families of the winners. It is a rare man and usu ally one very much blessed in his wife, who can combine with thy ability that wins him iv hr the. sagacity to train children . born in comparative poverty so that they will benefit by a rapid and radical .improvement in his ciicum stancos. Kdward H. Martin in Atlan tic. The FIj.1i Net. A curious custom was at one time in vogue at Gloucester, Mass., which Il lustrates the sacrediiess which seems to surround a fish net and the protec tion which the law affords that class of properly. Whenever it became neees-' sary to quarantine h house because of smallpox or other contagious disease the quarantine was effected by string ing nets about the building on the out side. The penalty for disturbing a net was so great that no one dared to med dle, with the barrier. A Unman C'ompnss. Little Jack What did papa mean by saying that he was the captain of this ship? Ma Oh that is only las way of saying that he is the head of the house. Little Jack If pa Is captain, then what are you? Ma Well, I suppose I am the pilot. Little Jack Oh, yes, and then I must be the compass. Ma The compass? Why the compass? Little Jack Why, the captain and pilot are always boxing the compass, you know! The mtler Trnth. "After all, I guess it doesn't cost much to live in New York." "It may not cost much to live," re plied the man who had tried it, "but it costs a lot to make peop!e believe you're living." Philadelphia Ledger. Unxeen Chances, Be not too presumptuously sure in any business, for thing of this world depend on su:'i a train of unseen chances that if it were in man's hands to set the tab!;"? s:i! bo would not be certain to win !':. Herbert. Many ills eome from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty digest ion, lazy liver and sluggish bowels. IJurdock Blood Hitlers strengthens stomach, bowels and liv er, and purifies the blood. J idling, oil u ring skin eruptions, disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any drug store. The Southern California New Train. Best Route. The Lo-s Angeles Limited, electric lighted, new from the Pullman shops, with all latest innovations for travel comfort, leaves Chicago 10:00 p. in. daily, arrives Los Angeles 4:25 p. m. third day. Solid through trains via Chicago, Union Pacific & Northwes tern Lino and The Salt Lake Route. For rates, sleeping car reservations and full particulars apply to jour nearest agent or address. A. II. Waggoner, Trav. Agt., 215 Jackson Blvd, Chicago, 111. Personally Conducted Tour to California. Exclusively first-class tour uuder the auspices of the Tourist Depart ment, Chicago, Union Pacific & North-Western Line; leaves Chicago Wednesday, February 7th, spending the disagreeable portions of Febru ary and March in the land of sun shine and flowers. $350.00 includes all expenses, railway fare, sleeping cars, meals in dining cars and hotel expense. Service first class in every respect. Itineraries and full' partic ulars on application S. A. Hutchin son, Manager, 212 Clark St.. and 120 Jackson Blvd., Chicago. The Diamond Cure. The latest news from Paris, is, that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption. If you fear consumption or pneumonia, it will, however, be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W. T. McGee, of Vanleer, Tenn. "I had a cough for fourteen years. Noth ing helped me, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds, which gave instant relief, and effected a perma nent cure." TJnequaled quick cure, for Throat and Lung Troubles. At. A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store; price 50c and $1.00, guaranteed. Trial bottle free. Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Cures toothache, ear ache, sore throat. Heals cuts, bruis es, scalds. Stos any pain. It invigorates, strengthens and builds up. It keeps you in condition physically, mentally and morally. That's what Hollister's Roekv Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. - " y STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. A meeting; of the shareholders in the Second National Bank of Rich mond, Ind., will be held at 1 o'clock p. m. at the banking house on Tues day, January 9th, 100G, for the pur pose of electing; nine directors to serve the ensuing year, and the tran saction of any other business that may come before the meeting. JOHN B. DOUGAN, President. 13-30t. TYPEWRITING The Palladium is prepared to do small or large jobs in typewriting and on very short notice. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Factories and bus iness houses needing work of this kind will do well to give us their or der. We can do it cheaper and quicker than anjone els in tha city. rth: WEL! If yon haven't a regular, healthy movement of tho bowels every day, you're 111 or will be. Keep your bowels open, and be well. Force, In the shape of violent physio or pill poison, is dangerous. The smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean is to take CANDY CATHARTIC CAT 'EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and 50 cents perhox. Write for free sample, and book let on health. Address 433 Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New York. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Uquor Ueeriso. Notice is herobv given t tho riiizens of the city of Richmond. Wnyiie 'Jovnhjp, Wayne Comity. IndianH. thiu 1, the im.U-rM'y ncd n mnle iiiluuiitiuir of the str of ind ;;. mul a continuous resklent of V;. n To ihi p, aj ne County, Indian. f-r more than ninny days prior to the time of the t'Mvitr of s;i d applica tion, and a person over tne tijie of twenty-one vears, andx person of jrood morI characier, in tend toarplytothe Hon d of County Commis sioners of fanl coutitv and State, at their next rCiU.ar scsvou, eomuieiu-uij; n ne nii .i.ui- day of February, UtJG. for n Jiccum; to sell intox icating, spirituous, vinous nnd malt liquors in a les-s qii-nmy tlnn five noions at a lime, nd permit tho Vaiue to be drank on the premises where sold, in accord :uee with the provisions of an act of the ;-iierl Aembly of the, State of Indiana, approved March 17th, 1ST"), ami alt amendments nnd adlitions thereto, and all other laws of theFtate of Indiana now in force in relation to said buMiiet-s. I hereby state that I am the actual owner and proprietor of said business, nnd am not acting as the agent or partner of any other person. ThCprecipe location of the premise.: where I intend to sell and will sell nald intoxicating liquors, if a license be granted me, is as follows, to-wit : Being a certain room on the erotind floor of a Mt li street, Mun stue, miiu lrmuuiK mi Jtaui itreetf located on part f lot 1H1. fronting 15 feet, o inches, vast mid wet. on said Main street, and extending 42 f el. 4 incbes, north and south, In T .i it vtiuAt c r 1 1 i cj w1l an f rrn t litn t m f a itt ill'lua i .'.in Ki'iu ii4iinr ' djinS 10-17 JOHN" J. STEELE. THE FOX Is the leading typewriter, in the country today. For lightness of touch and speed it has no equal. For durability none will compare . with it. In price it is no more than oth ers. If you are interested call at Palladium office. Phone 21. FO BO John Smith, and being In the Fourth Ward of said city, in Wayne Townshi--, Wayne County, 1 it .1 1 1 -. i . 1 r loi t rr nml Oi)(l ai Via -a. tffjrv?'r- -'5KiS?3SR I i The Reason WE represent the Oldest and Strongest - Insurance Companies. WE adjust onr own losses and pay them without disco ant. WE insure you and your bank against bubgurv as well as against Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Boiler Explo sion, Liability and Accident. WE are not a trust and not connected with any of tb? big eastern corpora tions at present under investigation WE insure your life and property at rea sonable rates, and in companies of which each director is individually liable for their proper management. WE don't ask you to pay a year or more m advance. unles you yourself in sist uoou it. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. Von sliould insure wltli the RICHMOND INSUR ANCE AGENCY, 11. X, KOLL, Mgr. 11 South 7th St., Richmond, Ind. Telephone 41. Correspondence Sollicited. DR. E.E.T0W! OSTEOPATHIC FHVSICMN Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, under the founder, A. T. Still, Kirksville, Mo. Licensed by examination. Five years' practice. Office and residence: 109 N. 9th St.. RICHMOND, IND Home Phone 1396. Lady attendant. No charge for nsultatJon. - FINE BUILDING LOT. t f "Ve have fcr sale the inest let fcr a geed l:cvse t in FichmoncL . 1 ' 9 W. H. Bradbury St Son Westcott Block SCHNEIDER Carriage Factory No. 47 North 8th St. Builds all kinds of new vehicles to order. Repairing Promptly Done. Rubber 'fires Patched Acd only the bettvsew ones put on at lowest prices. Dayton & Western TractionCo In eflect Nov. 27, HKJ3. Subject to change without notice MAIN LI NE iSEND J A M P M P M Lv Richmond.... 00 And 8 00 ll W Ar Katou j 6 42 every H 42 ll 5i W. Alexand'a i 6M hour 8 5j 12 i Dayton I 8 00 until lOiJO .. .. NEW PARIS KRAXCII Thro' Service Leave . Richmond for Cedar Springs and New Paris 6.20, 7.20, S20, 10.20, 11 20 a. m.: 1 20, 2.20, 3.20, 4 20, 5.20, .20, 7.20, 8.20, 10.00, 11.00 p. m. INTERSTATE LIMITED Parlor Car Wrvlce Stopping only at Ceaterville, Cambridge City, IiMin, Uuurelth. Knlahtstown and Greenfield. . A M PM P M Leave Klcbmond .......... j io S ta 8 m Arrive Eacou U HU) DM West Alexandria j 12 44 4 U y 41 Dayton J 12 25 5 25 10 25 lAMlPMlI'M Leave Richmond J i:il 20 7 W a rrl ve 1 ndluna polish. ..... j 12 10 &w 10 10 Sxjeeiat tickets must be purchased before, bo&rding trab. No baggage carried. Trunks, etc., may be sent on trains preceding or fol lowing. Direct connection at Dayton with "Lima Limited" trains for Troy, Piqua and Lima, and with "Colum bus Limited" for Springfield and Co lumbus. Through rates, through tickets to all points. For further information call Home Pho:v 260. a 0. BAKER, Aqcnt. Richmond, In J. E. II. MORRILL, J3., G. P. A., Day toi. Ohiu RAILWAY Pennsylvania JLines Time Table ( In Effect Nov. 2Cth, 1905.) CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO DIVISION Anrive Westward Depart ....Rich and Logan Ac. Ex...... 6 45 am 11 10 am Chicago Special J.....11 15 am 12 30 pm Cin Mack Express ...... 4 35 pm .Cin and Logan Ex .... 4 53 pm 7 10 pro Cin and Rich Ac ExJ 11 00. Cin aad Chi Mail and Ex....ll 15 pm ' Eastward 4 C5 am..... .Southed Ex 4 15 am Rich and Cin Ac Exj ...... 7 00 am 9 43 urn Logan and Cin. Ex ...... lu 10 am 3 50 pm.... ..Chi and Cin Special ' .... 3 55 pm Rich and Cin Acc 5 20 pm j 5 15 pm Logan and Rich Acc....... COLUMBUS AND INPLNAFOLIS DIVISION. West Vi rd. St. Louis LimitediJ ....... 5 00 am 5 00 am 10 CO am. 1 15 pm. 9 00 am uv.pital Ex 5 10 am fct. Louis Express'.. ....10 15 am Cois and Ind Ac Ex...... 10 20 am , St Louis Ex 1 20 pm Col., hich & Indpls Ac Ex. ... U10 pm St. Louis Special .....12 10 am Eastward. 10 am Pittsburg Special ..... 10 am Eastern Mail 5 15 am J 5 9 45 am Ind and Col Ac Mail and Ex ....10 15 am 9 50 am New York Ex t 50 pm Keystone Exjj ........ 7:15 pm Atlantic Ex 7 30 pm 9 00 pm New York Limited 9 10 pm Ohio and Va Ex .... ... 9 15 pm DAYTON AND XENIA DIVI3ION. Westward. 12 05 am........ St Louis pecial " 4 50 am ... .Sf. Louis Limited ...... 11 00' am Xenia and Rich Accj ..... 10 55 pm.... Sprg i Rich Mail and E.. 10 10 am Pitts.. Sprgfd adn Rich Mail and Ex Eastward. Pittsburg Special .....115 am Rich, Xenia & Spfg, Acc ..... .5 20 am .......Rich, Xen acc .. 3 52 pm ;. New York Ex .... 9 55 am : Keystone Exjj 4 55 pm - New York Limited ...... 9 Oo pm GRAND RAPIDS AND INDIANA RY. Southward. 3 15 am Mack and Cin ail and Ex... 9 42 am Ft. W and Rich Mail and Ex . 3 40 pm Mack and Cin Mail and Ex .. 10 15 pm ...... Sunday Ac ........ Northward ..Rich and G R Mail and Ex ... 5 iO am Michigan Ex .. ...... 12 50 pm ....Cin. & Mac Mail & Exp. ...11 10 pm Daily. Sunday only. Daily except Sunday. All trains, unless otherwise indicated, de part and arrive daily, except Sunday C. W. ELMER. Pass, and Tick. Agt C. C. & t . (Effective EAST AND SOUTH. No. 3 Daily. Leaves Richmond 9:05 a. m. Leave Cottage Grove 9:50 a. m. Arrive Cincinnati ..11:30 a. m. No. 1 Daily except Sunday. Leaves Richmond 4:00 p. m. Arrives Cottage Grove 4:40 p. m. Via C. H. & D. Leave Cottage Grove 4:59 p. m. Leave Oxford 5:14 p.m. Leave Hamilton ....5:35 p.m. Arr. Cincinnati ....6:20 p. m. No. 63 Sunday only Leave Richmond ....7:45 p. m. Arrive Cottage Grove8:35 p. m. Via. C. H. & D. Leave Cottage GroveS :43 p. m. Leave Oxford .......9:01 p. m. Leave Hamilton ... .9:30 p. m. Arrive Cincinnati ..10:30 p. m. No. 2 Daily. Via C. H. & D. ' . Leaves Cincinnati ... .8 :30 a. m. Leaves Hamilton ..,..9:10 a. m. Leaves Oxford . . . . . . .9 :32 a. m. Arr. Cottage Grove . .9:48 a. m. Via. C. Q. & L. Leav. Cottage Grove 10:10 a. m. Arrives Richmond . . 10 :50 a. m. No. 4 Daily. 4 Via. C. C. & I. Leaves Cincinnati ....5:20 p. m. Leave Cottage Grove 7:03 p. m. Arrive Richmond . .7:45 p. m. criticism; , Of late the magazines and daily papers have had much to say by way of critizism of certain life insurance companies, and especially with regard to the legal organizations of such companies, and of the manner of their control. These criti- -cisms do not apply to The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance" Com pany of California, but demonstrate the truth of the assertioa that "for policyholders The Pacific Mutual has the best legal organization." It is not controlled by 1 or 2 mvn having no pecuniary in terest or responsibility save as policyholders or recipients of salary, but i is controlled by a Board of fifteen Directors, not mere dummies, but stockholders in their own right, holding a Iarg -amount of the Compans stock, and policyholders as well. The Directors of the- Company are men of high financial and -commercial standing, and are by law made responsible for the acts of the Officers 'of the Corporation.. For Fall Particulars, ete, Call on ' H. MILTON ELRODE. ; v General A gent; for; Eastern Indiana. Room 3 Vaughan Building. RICHBIOND, INDIANA. TIME TABLES. Time Table Sept. 24th.) NORTH AND WEST. No. 2 Daily to Peru Leaves Richmond ..10:50 a. m. Leaves Munci .....12:10 p. m. Leaves Marion . ... . 1 :25 p. m. Leaves Peru ...... . . 2 :25 p. m. Arr. North Judson . . 4:20 p, in. Daily except Sunday to North Judson ; lio. 4 Daily Leave Richmond .... 7:45 p. m. Leave Muncie ......9:03 p. m. Lave Marion ..... .10 :03 p. m. Arrive Peru .......11:05 p. m. No. 1 Daily except Sunday, ueavef North Judson 10:20 a. in. Leaves Peru ....... .12 :25 p. m. Leaves Marion. ..... 1:25 p. m. Leaves Muncie ..... 2:32 p. m. Arrives Richmond .. 4:00 p. tou No. 3 Daily. Leaves Peru ........ .5 :40 a. m. Leaves Marion ....... C:40 a. m. Leaves Muncie ......7:40 a. m. Arrives Richmond . ..0:05 a. m- No. 63 Sunday Only. Leave Peru ........4:30 p. m. Leave Marion ......5:30 p. m. Leave Muncie ..... .6:30 p. m. Arrive Richmond ....7:45 p. in.. For Rates or Information regarding connections in quire of 0. A. BLAIR, Passenger & Ticket Agent.. Home Telephone 44. i f .5 ! 1 "V, ; .. twjti .:r '. v f .