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THE MORNING PALLADIUM- THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 19C6.
PAGE SEVEN. ess r St .afr-jjjJfcrrf ;$S(?ft. yr RIGHT UNDER YOUR NOSE. you can have the best beer brewed if you will only insist that it started from the Minck brewery. All kinds of beer bid for public favor. Honest ly, did j'ou ever taste a better brew than the R. Ef Don't know it f Well, you're excused. But taste it once and you'll be proud that you. 're posted. Ths Minck Brewing Co WAYNE .V COUNTY.'. NEWS : 7i Qie&p xcuirssoes Tl crarawesl Jan. 2 and 16 Feb. 6 and 20 Watch for these dates s Both one-way and round- There are money-making and home- trip tickets at about half fiettn 00?un Southwest that "l "a" youd not miss tor anything, if you in many cases less than knew about them. Take a trip and . ,r . . . inform yourself see the country. nan or regular tare. F. POWERS, Diat. Pass. Agent, I Claypool Building, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Garnered by Our Corps of Correspondents for The Palladium's Busy Readers. WHITEWATER Whitewater, Ind., January 3. John II. Addleman is able to be out on the street. Geo. Study of "Winchester spent Sunday with his friend F. G. White at this place. The Masons held their annual ban quet at their hall Thursday evening. j J. A. Commons of Centerville, j was calling on friends here last I week. j Mrs. Eber Marshall and family vis ited Grant Marshall and family at i.Arba Thursday. i James Blose visited at Rural, Ind., last week. Mrs. Mary Saxton, who has been Our schools-opened Tuesday after a very pleasant vacation. Little liuth Xorris is quite sick with, whooping cough. Charles Peitsmeyer is back from Hagerstown. He is with his daugh ter, Mrs. Ella Kvm. Bonnie Hazel and Stanley Carman have been quite sick with grip. Rev. O. S. Harrison will conduct a series of meetings here this week. Mrs. Amelia Ilemmigs has been very. sick at her home in Richmond. Charlie Wyatt Avrites to inform us of his safe arrival in California. He likes it very much fhere. Your correspondent received the following note from Chicago, which reads as follows: "305 Happy Days. No. 1906. Jan. 1st, 1900. The Bank of Good ! " : : t I Cheer. Pmulinsr Laiip Brnnph. Pav U'S ior eome unit", lemmas auuut mc - n j same. j to the order of Mrs. Will Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Orla Hiatt and fam- ' $20,000. Twenty Thousand Bless- TTWr ings- Signed G. E. Strawbridjre." JiuL AiiJi . Will o-JI - Lk tw klM I k 1 ' 'S i 11 uj i t Ml M g '.'JKBJWJ'ftglflt WiMti.Wa'S WfWW ,1"- VI v r" fa n n m t t w - j f.f ff1 llFp and family over Sunday, Miss Floss Harison of West Man Chester, is visiting at this place. Oscar Diehl, who has been visiting This tells us our friend George is still in the land of the living and we wish the same to him. ,v CAMBRIDGE CITY N. W. Martin, who has been sick here, left for his home in Gaylord, for some time has suffered a serious Kansas. . relapse, and is very ill at his home Rev. Earl Farmer preached at the in est Richmond. Christian church Sunday morning. Lrs- Jennie Neff, and children, The music recital at Laurel Hall tEva and Ry have been visiting Mr. Friday evening proved to be a sue- 1Iuffman and other relatives, cess in every respect. ' Theodore Wilson is not so welt Wm. Curtis has got his barn a?ain ra;se(j Ben Martin will build a new barn soon. Mrs. Roberts, and son Harry, will have a sale of their personal proper ty Wednesday, .January 10th, and will go to Indianapolis to stay until after Harry graduates. Rev. O. S. Harrison and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kendall Sunday. Miss'I.ena Iliatt is thought to he a little hotter this morning( Tuesday). She is dangerously sick with spinal fever. Bertha Drew has been visiting her grandparents here. Ladies' Aid Meeting. Webster. Jan. 3. The Ladies' Aid Society of Webster will meet with s. Viola Wilcoxen tomorrow aft ernoon. All members are requested to be present and all others that are PEOPLE'S COLUMN WANTED 50 men a:id 10 ladies to call at the stage entrance of the Genuett Theatre at 0:15 Friday evening January 5th, to take part in the production of u Checkers" which is to be presented at the theatre that evening. WAXTED Sweeping and dusting to do by an experienced house man. Home phone 91)5. 12-30-5t WAXTED A good girl for general housework. Small family, 52 S. 13th street. WANTED A good boy to work in the Railroad restaurant. WANTED Washings at No. 4 South Fifth street. 12-20-5t WANTED Representative in own community. $500.00 capital re quired. Good salary" to right party. Bona-fide, real estate proposition. Address New Martinsville Im provement company, Steelton, W. Va. Diet. S. 29-tf WANTED There will be an opening soon at the Business College for boy to work for his tuition. Call at once, phone 63S or 240. ltfi-tf FOR RENT Five or six rooms in good location. Call phone 1111. 3-0t. FOR RENT Desk bench or shop room, with power at 1024 Main street, Richmond Auto Station, tf Ha Via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. , Through electric lighted train less than three days Chicago to the Pacific Coast everM xUy in the year. Direct connections with stcamskffiytfies to Hy$$5 Australia and the Orient. New Route to Southern Ga$MriU via SaJM&ke City fast schedules and sjgverate SditL,ake Jg?, make this a charmingr route fm tourisUtel. ' t r t- ff 0!r.a.i.J 'EV 1 Portland, of PuIlmaFs'tfiad ' drawjS room and private compartment sleeping carlrc frorhe shops and provided i.f. -tlx f t. Wr?.-.&- rSx....i ' with all travel fconvciifetsses. Hrawahsr rooms and comoartments-en'rt'suite: urtSually lar?e : . . - . 4 si; It ,tf ' 7 and olrastion carSvXBooklover's Library). "HSuperb dining: car service. o THE BEST OF EVERYTHING All Aoknt Scll Tichct Vi Cnicaoo. Union Pcirio NO NORf M-WCSTKWN UNC. A. H. Wagener, T. 215 Jackson BlvdL, Chicago. Ot-IBI DQH RDCilDiniODlKCD Cambridpe City, Ind., January 3, lis.s Kdna lligliley, avIio has been visiting Mr. and ilrs. Mace Walters at Knihtstown, returned home Mon day. rr. and Mrs. Frank Tonjrlc f Connersville, wei'e here visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Deard, Monday. Roy Copeland was the jruest of friends at Indianapolis Tuesday. Miss Edna Condon of Dunkirk, is here visiting; Miss Anna Freeman. The Women's Home Missionary ! society of the M. F. church, will meet aviiIi Mrs. M. M. Callaway ' Thursday afternoon. j JUiss Hazel risher ot Dayton is ;nterestej . here, the guest of her father, Mr. S. B.Fisher. i Geo. A. Doney was the gniest of friends at Fountain City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Mills were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Nesbit north of this city Tuesday. The Ladies' Guild of the Presbyte rian church will meet wTith Mrs. Carl I?oyd this afternoon. Miss Lillian Mank, who has been here visiting friends for a few days returned to her home at Muncie last night. Mr. and Mrs. James Jones of Lib erty are here the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Dreggs. Miss Mat tie Gardner, who has been visiting relatives at Fountain City, returned home Monday. Mrs. Michael Krahl, Sr., and daughter, Mrs. Thomas Williams were the guests of friends at Rich mond Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Boyd who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olin Boyd at St. Louis, returned to their home in this city yesterday. ' Miss Hazel Rummel and Miss Het- tie Mustin, are visiting friends at May's Station, this week. Edward Paul of New Paris, was here, the guest of Miss May Brad bury Monday. Bert Medsker was the guest of friends at Richmond Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyd of Greens fork, who have been here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Copeland, return ed to their home yesterday. Fred Horine held the lucky num ber which drew the diamond ring at Morson's jewelry store. FOR RENT Nice furnished rwo for gentleman, 120 South Ssveatii. FOR SALE. Richmond property a specialty. Porterfield, Kellv Block. Phone 32J .tf. i; 1. 11 Grosvenor, M. D. SPECIALIST. AND NCSE TmEO-A.T? Glasses Fitted 24 Xoi tli xitli St. SUNDAY EXCURSION RATES VIA l Dayton & Western Dvton and Return, Eaton and Return, - . $1.00 .50 Tickets at above price will be told every Sunday cntil further notice. r MM mU $ wv.ii Kite Ufa. v M.t. 1 UNORIGINAL ICHOV PtMHi Ml I a""1 Tduim twip rh.f. Apvfoii. by txu uu Uw ooUtm. 2ft ColUf Uw Omh a& Brif Law CoarM. Utanl Tun I Spraau CoDTcapendAArf School ot La .vK 60 YEARS' "EXPERIENCE i D 1 rz!ffjQk, '1 - --- '121julU W Mf m ii niiff Hi'iiri.-ia ft Copyrights &c. FOR SALE A first-class pawn brokers business. The only one in a town of 20,000 people. Good reasons for welling. Address box number 7, Palladium. 2-cod-2w SILVER POINT Where you wm find a full line of EDISON PHONOGRAPHS The Gem, Standard, Home and Triumph, the two .latter ht'xxtg equipped with repeating attachments Also a tine line of Horns, Horn Cases, Record Casec. Pcoro Cabin and other supplies. We carry in stock 5,000 Gold JViou!dd Records Edison Heodquorters. Cor.jGthlandS. A Sts. Harm Walterman, Prop. Iri ft- M-Ad For Resufs CHESTER Chester, Indiana, January 3. Harry Minor was united in mar riage to Miss May Clark of Vera, In diana, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. fieorjre Minor will rdve a recep tion in uieir honor Thursday of this week. Mrs. Lottie Mitchell has been sick with grippe. Herbert Kendall returned to Blno-rington Saturday. Emma Kendall returned to Spice- land Monday. Annie Kendall returned to Thorn- tovn Tuesday. : Bert Morris visited at J. S. Mar tin's New Year's. Mrs. Minnie Norris is reported as slightly improved. Silver Point, January 3. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tice and fam ily, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, of Richmond, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Thompson and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mayhugh Dunham of Foun tain City, Monday. Mr. -and Mrs. A. O. Haisley were at Lynn last Tuesday, where they visit ed the former's uncle, Mr. Davis Haisley, who is critically ill. The little Misses Florence and Irene "Walker of Olive Hill, were the guesets of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Davis last week. Mr. John Wessel, was painfully, but not seriously injured one day last week when he became entangled in a chain which was fastened to his cow, which became frightened, and as a result Mr. "Wessel was dragged a considerable distance. He was con siderably bruised. Mr. Albert King is threatened with pneumonia, and most all the people in this vicinity have bad colds. Mrs. Townsend of Richmond, is the guest of her son, Mr. John Town- send, for a few days. Daniel Tice sold a team of horses, and his wagon last week. Mr. and Mrs. Philip "Whitacre and family, visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Brum field, of "Webster, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. "William A. Harris visited Jonathan Kirkman, Monday. Mr. A. O. Haisley and wife, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dnke, of Elk Horn, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art King and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lu ther King, S""dav. LOST S. H. S. watch fob, with gold locket on it. Finder please call pjione 80S. LOST From farm west of city, black and white, rough coated fe male Collie. W. B. Fulghum, R." R, No. 8. Phone 901A. LOST Lady's umbrella with pearl and gold handle with letter "S" engraved. Finder please leave same at 47 N. 8th or 215 S. 11th. 31-5t. LOST Yarn mitten. Address 402 N. 14th street. LOST Blue silk erepe in the Gen net t theatre Saturday afternoon. Finder please return same to 201 N. 12th. Reward. 31-5t LOST A blue saddle cloth on the New Paris pike. Return to Tay lor's livery barn. Anrmin fnil!n? n HkAtrh nd dpficrfoOon cist quickly ascertain our opiniom free Imtlier n invention is vonttiuy pruenin'uts. t eniniuiHon. tloiiB strictly fontltiniitial. K.1Nnn0Q& oti I'atents tnt, freo. Oldest iiL'Ciu-y for mui I'.ijr patent. I':ttent8 faken tlirounh Almm .jfc Co. rectjlve tpecUU notice, without chnree, iu Mio Scictitme jncan. A handsome! illintrnfed weeUlr. I.nrost clr- culatkm of any ftclentitio JoucuhI. Ternm. f 3 a vwr: four months. CL cola by ail newudouler. nim ti tl o -A.n...i n--ti Vflt! branch Oliico. 625 F rU WBBninitton, u. C CHICH(S1CT4 ENGLISH EfJNYROYAL. PILLS or tyii iv. ii r.rt i rn n r.iiiLJSM io UKJi ud Void mctkUis boxm, M4 with tola ribbon. Take stker. RefWaa titmn. Bar of your Druggist, r mb4 Am, tm tmi for Particular. TeatlamaalaJa -nd ''Relief for LAdlea,n rr, bj r tra Mail. 1 ft.OOO Testimonial. SoUl hmm Bxaara. ralioVi fa 11.. VJomnn laiaterMtd nd iboald know bboat th wontterfv MARVEL WhirCng Sprar new Trii Byria. Injet ion. lit Evory im,9SVSVl The turn ana aucti V".V-VV?- eat Moat CoDTAtilenl wit. l aak year rurUt I If he cannot iupirty the MAKVKL. accept no other, but send alamo for Illustrated book al4. It giro fnil nartlculara anil direntlons in- ainable to ladles. MACVKtiCOwa iruates iltasM Now Vrk. FOUND Gentleman's brown golf f glove. Owner may, have same by calling at 1100 Butler street. Phone 1709. 3-5t. E&yJ 0"r'",'t Xm RVIffW not to stricture. E'l Prrata atairtB. ICINCINHATI.O.g ALFORD'S IS CUT RATE DRUG STORE. L A m D ur LaFranco' Safe. Quick, Reliable Regulato 0.. a M-kjavt. anttatal aWwL4 aa . KlcvK tr Prescriptions Promptly Filled. Cor. 9th and Main. wm MB Dr. aUaVimiMto. M. E. Sunday School Reorganized. "Webster, Jan. 3. The M. E. Sun day school reorganized last Sundav. The election of officers for the ensu ing year resulted as follows : Superintendent Mr. Millard Mar- kle. . Treasurer Mrs. Milton Adkjus. Secretary Mr. Everett H. Thomp son. Organist Miss Stella Thompson. (HHiH Black (Sreen or directions: One teaspoonful for two cups. Add absolutely Boiling Water. Steep five minutes. Do not Boil these teas. ARE SOLD LOOSE OR IN SEAL ED PACKETS BY GREAT ATLAN TIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. 727 MAIN. . PUBUSrtt9 BY AUTHOR IT' vr..r.B. INDIA? CKfcOICOISOI0?fJ MEN AHD WOMEN. Use Big O for unnatural dinchargea.inlianiuiationa, Irritation or ulceration of m u com njfmbraaee. Paining, and not astrin. gent or poionoua. KolJ toy IragcUl, or sent in plain wrapper, by epre., prepaid, for tl. 00. or S bottlp 2.75. Circular teat ou requee rinM - -J RnMuyafnll naid hi maf SOO.&OO Wawn. rrle. M CMA,lt glU or of mall. Tea tlnaonlaJa aad bookiai faaa. aTBlaaVUpallaa aTaa UEISOELL'S CiilTCEDT cure Bore. Barea. SoaJda, Ulon. Banc- niaa,nwit worms. Tatb r. If riatnataa. ataaJ IX mr.l MntahM Tuflaannrl Kvaa. ami all Mr H Krunetaata. afakM UM aklBt baaaUfttllr fair a& aBaooth. At mlk glata. torn. itoo4 tar boofeJa. aVCo,n nigiiav, Dr. KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY Pleasant to take . Powers .l to fore, Ak- ,J'iiie In every lior.e KIDXEY and LIYE3 cure. Dr. Kmnetir'a Tdvoiite Remedy la atlaptil to all are and both axe. afford i 9c rpr manent relief In all caea rnnirti by Impniity of the blood, sucft a. KKiney. tsintar ana jutver torn, plaint. CotiBtipaMon. anl wfUnniw pf cuilar to wmripn. Riowrfftl forSUvriara. Prr-pareJ br UK. I. Kr'ArilVW I0.". Fndotit. !. Y .(' U tirueubrta. r-Jttlc-s $uixi - Wamt aU. in tie Pall jun ' Try n. -: , " : . J. : ;