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The Richmond Palladium. Thursday, November 29, 1906.
Page Five. o X ALFOWS UT KATE STOKE ft N May Your j' THANKSGIVING be a joyous J. S. Zoller E.-W. Craighead The Geo. H. Knollenberg Co. Having enjoyed a season of liberal patronage from the people of Eastern Indiana desires to extend to them their sincere thanks wish them a Joyous Thanksgiving. EXTEND GREETINGS TO ALL MY CUSTOME Geo. H. Nolte A Joyful Thanksgiving 7? to Everyone 9 Irvin Reed & Son Proprietor of the REEK STORE wishes to extend his Sincere Thanks to his patrons and wishes them one and all an Enjoyable Thanksgiving. We wish to thank our many customers for their liberal pat tronage, and wish them a most enjoy able Thanksgiving. MARY P. AUSTIN An extended greet ing and an enjoyable Thanksgiving from H. L. DICKINSON Wall Paper Store Extend Greetings to All MISS LENA RO 2l joyoips- I uf j i Derau i , KinBly May youi T giving be one. We' elated yo patronage, accept our Romey's furniture Bedding Pictures 927 929 Main St. V 3 We wish to thank our customers for the in creased patronage given us this year. KIBBEY & CO. -4 A kindly greetingV A most enjoyabl. to all Thanksgiving our customers? to all y7 Routh's H my patrons Music Storfe J, w. MOUNT 517 Main Street. 529 Main A hearty greeting is ex tended by VI r. A. W. Grogg and Mr. J. W. Ackerman of the Hoosier Store wishing their many patrons a Joyous Thanksgiving. t I wish you all a delightful jf and enjoyable Thanksgiving U ZWISSLER'S I extend my greetings to all. 0 N. A. ECirkma A Hearty ) Dinner. Gilbert Dunham We wish our -pub tomers a happy and enjble Thanksgiving. Hood's rjodel Dept. Store. We wish you all an enjoyable Dinner. Q LONG BROS. 4T "V &D IT Last evening at 7:30 o'clock, the' wedding of Mr. Frank R. Jacques, and! Miss Leila Carver of Dayton, will take ; place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William F.t Lancaster of N)th H. street. The ceremony was perform ed by the Rev. Joseph Beck. A pro pram of bridal music was played by Mrs. Myrtle Lawson, previous to the ceremony, who also played the wed ding march for the entrance of the lrlde and groom who were unattend ed. The rooms were charmingly ar ranged in pink and white chrysanthe- l . 1 .3 Hums'. lue-unuc wuie a feu n ui lscillt colored brilliantine with Vrimmings of silk and lace. After the ceremony a luncheon was served, the color scheme of pink and white predominating in the menu. Recep tion sticks, tied with pink and white ribbons were given as favors. Mr. find Mrs. Jacques left last evening for fcayton, where they will make their home in .the Varney appartments. To- lay Mrs. Henry Witters will enterta'.n with a reception in their honor at hei lome in Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. ' "Werner Dowell were bleasantly surprised Tuesday evening at their home on North F street, the occasion being their first wedding anniversary. This morning at S o'clock, at St. Mary's church, the wedding of Mrs. Henry Pohlmeyer and M'ss Elizabeth Hayes will take place. The only at tendant will be Miss Anna Golden. Miss Hayes will wear a gown of blue, velvet with a waist of Irish point, and a large blue velvet picture hat. Miss Golden will be gowned in gray vel vet. After the ceremony there will be a wedding breakfast at the West cott. Covers will be la'd for twelve. A wedding journey will be taken through the East, the bride's going away gown to be brown chiffon broad cloth. "' Misses Alida and Ellen Saine Mill entertain at cards Friday afternoon at their home in West Richmond. Whist will be played at six tables. Saturday afternoon the Misses Saine will give a thimble party. Mr. and Mrs. George Shute will en tertain at dinner today at their coun try homo east of the citr. The guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry JCates, Mrs. H. C. Roberts of Minne apolis and Mr. Harry Cates, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ball will en- Laura Ferguson, D. D. Minnick, Geo. Mendenhall, Mark O' Hara, Arthur King, Theodore McClellan, James Mul ford, Sarah Fryar, William Dunham, James Hornaday, Fred Hasecoster, ; tertain at dinner today at their home j Georra J. Knollenberg, Stout and the on South 11th street. The guests Misses Selma Knollenberg and Ida will be Misses Helen and Hazel Wil-1 Hasecoster. The next meeting will son, Mrs. W. S. King - and childdren:be with Mrs. Hasecoster on December and Mr. Roy Colestock of Rushville. i 11. j !! A social event of the season will be A quiet wedding took pIace Satur. tut, masqueraae oau gien uiis eeu- day evening at the home of Mn and ing by Mrs. Charlie Kolp. at the Pyth- Mrg Charles 0rr of indianapolis. The ian Temple. All the members of the brde was Mrs Elizabeth M:iler of class will attend en costume, there thls citv and the bride oom wag will be charming milk maids, giddy . Mr James Ripe Jr., of Boston. The i school girls and Beau Brummels ga- J Rer c E. Bacon, presiding elder. of iu nommg vi iu tyuaut the M e. church, performed the, cere and monkey to furnish amusement for . mony. Mr and Mrg R.fe mafce the little folks. Little Miss Rosa-: hci5T. hnrna mond Border will give a fancy dance and will also ride the elephant, and there will be a drill by the "Corduroy Boys," with Walker Land as cartaln. After nine the. nine o'clock dancers will have the floor. The members of the South 13th Craighead. street Thimble Club entertained with a china shower Tuesday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Craighead will entertain at dinner today at their home on Xorth 10th. street. Covers will be laid for Mr. and Mrs. Miles Bland and Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Mrs. George Wehrley will entertain the home of Mrs. F. F. Haisley, in : at dinner today at her home on North honor of Mrs. Harry Haisley, one of ; 14th street. The guests will be Mr. the autumn brides. The guests were j and Mrs. Walter Jones and little Mesdames Jack Taggart, James Wil-j daughter. Miss Martha, Mrs. Winches son. William Whiteley, John Adams, ' ter and Miss Ella Winchester. A Psalm of Thanks. (fey J M. S.) O Lord! We do give Thanks! For Thou hast been the arm of strength On which we leaned full many a pass ing year; We do give Thanks! For Thou art He Whose ear to pleading doth incline; Who strengthens, helps, and leads and guides Us ever on that far distant goal, The haven of eternal rest and ieace. For those, whose toil worn weary souls Would fain believe their mission done, Thou dost point on and ever on ' The road that leads unto a lasting rest. Thou art a never failing comfort; And a guide, a, help, a comrade Oft to cheer in our distress. Thou art the All! and All in All To him whose paths are fraught with loneliness. Lead Thou ns on Through dark and stilly night To where the roads diverging show ns light. Then, knowing that our earthly work be done; The river then e'en crossed; for all That yet may come, O Lord! We do give Thanks! Pleasantly Entertained. Chester, November 28. The Ladies Union Aid Society of Chester were entertained by Mrs; Lee Fulghum this afternoon. There were thirty five ladies present. The afternoon was spent in needlework. Refresh ments were served. As surely as children learn to j speak the language of their parents jso surely will Hollister's R Mountain Tea make them well y&nd keep them well. Tea or Tab cents. A. G. Luken & Co. LOCUST HILL. Fairy Sticks, 20 cents enbuch. Try that Soot It will clean yo your temper. C iasto at Kuch- 24-14t yer a.t Halls. llmneyi and jfavo 27-29J5ec. J Use artificial gas tor li, r f rand heat. 10-tf Itching, torturing skin eruptions, disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's Ointment brings guick relief and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any drug store. Palladium Want Ads Pay. Locust Hill, Nor. 28 (Spl.) Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cook were the guests of friends at Hagerstown last Friday and Saturday. Earl Dynes has returned from a business trip to Indianapolis. Miss Hilda Henwood is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever Mrs. Ellen Morris, of Richmond was t' guest on Saturday and Snn. day, of W. D. Cood and family. Several persons from this neigh borhood attended the elocutionary recital given by Miss Buhl and her class on Saturday evening at Center ville. Mrs. Walter McConaha Is improv ing in health. Charles Pike spent a few day re cently with his sister, Mrs. Jesse Dynes. The Misses Cora and Ruby Cook at tended the basket social at the Cul bertson school house on last Satur day evening. Miss Wilna Cook has returnail home after a visit of severaVlfars with friends at Richmond. You will neveij pancakes. A t hand at your g Hoc iw Mrs. Austin's supply ;erB, . noWon