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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 190S. mm scenes AT HUSBAUM'S ill E . ( j , I WITH ITS FEAST OF BARGAINS And Eager Shoppers Keen ly Taking Advantage of the Many Saving Opportunities Will Be Repeated With Greater Force and Attract iveness Throughout the Coming Week. Ladies' 25c Heavy Fleeced Vests and Pants, flo at 15c Ladies' $1.50 Oneita Union Suits, only 69c Children's Heavy fleeced 25c Union Suits 19c Boys' 25c Jaegar fleeced Shirts 2c Men's Heavy fleeced Jaegar 50c Under wear .35c All Silk Remnants at One-half Price. Ladies' $5 and $6.00 Silk Waists $3.75 Ladies' $1.50 and $2.50 Wool Waists.. 95c Ladies' Coats, worth $10 & $15, only $1.98 Ladies' Coats, worth $5 and $7, only 95c Ladies' Coats, worth up to $25 go at - price. Misses' Coats worth up to $15 go at price. Children's Coats worth up to $10 go at one half price. All Wool Dress Goods Remnants price. All Fox Fur Boas and Muffs go at price. 12 and 15c Fancy Outings go at 9c 15c and 18c Kimono Flannels go at 9c Lonsdale Bleached Muslin, while it lasts, per yard 9c 35c and 50c Silk Warp Dresden Ribbons, per yard, only 15c Keep Your Eye On Our Large Display Window B. MMM HUE HUNDRED AND EIGHT! DELEGATES Facts Concerning the Great National Republican Convention. AN INTERESTING FIGHT. THE MAN ON WHOM FALLS THE LAUREL WREATH MUST HAVE AT LEAST 491 VOTES FROM DEL EGATES IN CONVENTION. Washington, Feb. S The Republi can national convention will nieit in Chicago four months from the 1 tit h of this month. What may be called the opf-n Sanson for the t-ftlectlon of rif-Ie-gate-s is now on. Under the convention call delegates niu.st be elected not earlier than thirty days after the date of the call and not later than thirty days before the date fixed for the meeting of the convention. So the rkl tjfraie? must be all named before May 16. The party organization is up and doing everywhere, and the prospect, is that most of the delegates will bo chosen by the middle of April. Many of ihem will be named this month, and still more next month. As the politicians are wont to say, "It. is certainly a beautiful fight as it stands." How Delegates Are Distributed. The convention in to he made uu of 9S0 delegates, distributed among the states as follows: Alabama -- Arkansas 1 California 20 Colorado 10 Connecticut 11 Delaware Florida I'1 Georgia -! Idaho Illinois "1 Indiana Iowa '-'' 2i The World's Greatest Blood Purifier. Dr. Simpson's Vegetable Compound. No Other Medicine Has Ever Been So Suc cessful None Praised So Highly by Grateful People It is Famous Because of True Merit. Kansas Kentucky L' ' Louisiana 1 Maine T2 Maryland ! ' Massachusetts T,2 .Michigan -S Minnesota 22 Mississippi 20; Missouri "0 Montana 6 i Nebraska 10; Nevada 6 New Hampshire S New Jersey 2t New York 7 North Carolina 21 North Dakota S Ohio 4f Oklahoma 14 Oregon 8 Pennsylvania CS Rhode Island 8 South Carolina IS South Dakota S Tennessee 21 Texas Utah 6 Vermont 8 Virginia 24 Washington 10 West Virginia 14 Wisconsin 2t ' Wyoming 0 ' District of Columbia 2 Alaska 2 Arizona 2 Hawaii , 2 New Mexico 2 Philippine Islands '2 Porto Rico 12 ! Total 9S0 ! Representation Reduced. J The last convention of the party was composed of 984 delegates, but the na-! tional committee, at its meeting in De-i cerater, reduced the representation of the territories and Hie Disirict of Co-' 1 iimb; a front si. delegates to two rile-! j;ates. Oklahoma comes in with four- i teen de'epatts. and these changes fix! the total ren resent at ion at 9S0. Not-1 withstanding th action nf rho com mittee the territories are planning to elect six delegates each and to appeal to the convention to admit them. Of course, the convv ntion might overrule the committee, but it is not likely to do it. The man who is nominated must re ceive at least 191 votes. About the only thing of which any one is certain today is that Charles W. Fairbanks will have thirty votes from Indiana, William H. Taft most of the forty-six votes from Ohio, Joseph G. Cannon the fifty-four votes from Illinois, Rob ert M. La FoTiette the twenty-six votes from Wisconsin, Philander C. Knox the sixty-eight votes from Pennsyl vania, and Charles E. Hughes the seventy-eight votes from New York. Simpson's Compound strikes at the very root of the evil in cases of Catarrh, Scrofula, Rheumatism, and Erysip- I elas, Old Sores, Boils or Ulcers, Pimples, Blotches, and any Disease or Eruption of the Skin. Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Tetter. Long standing Diseases of the Liver, and , Blood Poisons of all kinds. Driving: to the surface, and prisons off through natural courses, every atom of the poison, and at the same time its tine tonic effect increases the appetite, strengthens and rebuilds ihe entire system. Simpson's Compound should be taken by all who are sufterin ; from a bilious condition, with loss of appetite, and generally mn down: very often a few doses only are sufficient to relieve. Many hundreds of testimoa'als are on file, testifying to these truths, among which are the following: Westbrook. Maine. Dec. 4th. 107. Gentlemen: I covered the state of Indiana, and western part of Ohio two years ago as a traveling salesman Stopped at Indianapolis two months, while there my wife had the catarrh so badly that her throat was a raw sore. She was treated by one of the 1 -ading physician of the city, but re ceived no benefit. I changed my headquarters to Marion; we learned of per sons there who had been cared, that wore in sis bad condition as she, by tak ing your Vegetable Compound. I went to a drug store at once, and s. 'Cured a bottle; she received so much benefit from that one bottle that I then bought a dozen. Before she had taken ail of it her throat was well, and she feP no effects of catarrh, or rheumatism. She suffered a great deal with rheuma tism before that. Gratefully yours. J. C. LANE, No. 20 Stevens Avenue. Westbrook, Maine.. Holioway, Mich. Dr. A. li. Simpson Co. Gentlemen: I take this opportunity to thank you for what your medi cine has done for me. I am thirty years old and have always had catarrh. For the past five years have had liver trouble in connection with and as a result of catarrh. I tried all the doctors and every patent medicine under the sun. I went to the Pacific Coast, but found no relief until I tried your medi cine. If you can put a value on a man's life that is what it has been worth to me. One of my neighbors Mas in the same condition, the doctors said lie could not live. I urged him to try your medicine; he did so and was soon out of bed and to work. 1 can recommend it to the public as a Life Saver, and a Health Giver. I consider it far greater than riches. Very sincerely yours, ART HlT It J. PALM Kit, 11. F. D., No. 1. feltma'ns Annual Clearance Sale 3 If you are a sufferer, try this Great Medicine. It is fully guaranteed, and will do just as represented. For sale by the following Reliable Drug gists: Leo IT. Fihe. 830 Main Street, T. F. .McDonnell, 730 Main Street, Wm. H. Sudhoff, S. W. Cor. Main and Fifth Sty., Richmond, Ind. Week End Grocery Specials Fresh Gathered Country Eggs, per dozen 25c XCeSio (fresh stock) 4 packages for 25c 18 lbs Granulated, 19 lbs. A, or 20 lbs. C Sugar $1.00 25 lbs. Pride Richmond, White Lily or Carpenter's Flour 70c 3 Cans Best Pumpkin for 25c 3 Cans Our Favorite Succotash for 25c Cromarty Bloaters, 3 for 10c 5 lb. Pail Family White Fish 45c 15 lb. Pail Family White Fish 90c White Fish (bulk) good size, each 1c 7 Bars Santa Claus Soap for 25c 7 Bars Lenox Soap for 25c Sweet Pickles, per dozen 10c Sour Pickles (large) per dozen 15c 6 lbs. Fresh Ground Buckwheat Flour and 30 Stamps. 30c Best Square Crackers, per lb 5c Golden Wafers, per lb 10c A No. 1 Good Ginger Snap, per lb 5c Stamps with each 10c purchase. Model Dept. Store, Foster $5.00 Ladies' Shoes $3.95 Foster S4.00 Ladies Shoes $3.25 Cross $4.00 Ladies' Shoes $3.25 Bolton's $3.50 Ladies Shoes $3.10 Bolton's $3.00 Ladies' Shoes $2.69 Feltman's $3.50 Form Last Ladies' Shoes... $2.69 Feltman's Pat. Leathers, Tramp Last for La dies $2.95 One lot of $3.00 and $3.50 Ladies Shoes $1.98 Hanan's $6.00 Men's Shoes $4.95 Johnson & Murphy $6.00 Shoes $3.50 Crawford $4.00 Men's Shoes $3.25 Feltman's $4.00 Tramp Last $3.45 Feltman's $3.50 Shoes 3.10 Feltman's Special, 2,000 pairs sold in 10 months, go at $2.35 Ladies' 65c Rubbers 49c Ladies 70c Rubbers 55c Men's 85c Rubbers 73c Child's 45c Rubbers 32c Child's 50c Rubbers 35c Misses' 55c Rubbers 45c Misses' 50c Rubbers 38c CIUS. H. fELTMAN 724 Main Street jtifc-n 2C2E y TP Has taught us that a satisfied customer always brings new business. That's the secret of our suc cess. By honest methods and fair dealing we get our old customers back together with their confidential friends. See for yourself. There is No Secret in Our Method. If You Need New Phone 1838 11 South 7th Street. Smith &. Goodrich One minute from Colonial Station. Bell Phone 70 Building to Interurban THE RAYS OF HAPPINESS Come to Us If you cannot come, write or telephone ar4 vrrt will call rm yon. If you have a loan with any other loan company and owe a num ber of other little bills, we wiil LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR COAL with us if you want it filled prompt- with fuel that wi'.l " make good' iu siove or furnace. Our coal craif'S from the best mines, tas a large percentage of burnable material, is carefully cleaned and screened. Is full weight to the ton and is deliv ered where and when you want it H. C. BULLERD1CK & SON. in a home at night are in creased a thousand-fold if the rooms are well lighted. Put a mantle on your gas jet and you have a cheerful, steady white light the nearest to the sun itself. A mantle saves one-third in gas consumption. Richmond Light Heat & Power Co. 1 a 14 ou enough to pay them all off and give you additional money 'be sides. "ft'e make a specialty of small accounts $10, $15, $25, $30, $40, $50, $75, $100 and tnore if you want it. IF YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD we will make it better. IF YOUR CREDIT IS BAD we will make it good. If others have refused to loan you, come to uh and we wiil help you out. Honesty is the pats word and your Security is your honsehold furniture, piano, horse, wag ms, fixture?, or other chattel. YOU MAKE THE TERMS WE ACCEPT THEM. Richmond Loan Company Established 1895. Home Phone 1545. Room 8, Colonial BIdg. Richmond, Indiana. Flashlight Photography Ask for Free Booklet on this subject. It tells you how to make photographs at night and in dark places. W. H. ROSS DRUG COMPANY ..Eighth Grade Graduates.. who are not going to High School should not be sat isfied with their present attainments, but qualify themselves to meet the demands of the business public by attending the Richmond Business College Phone 2040. L. B. Campbell. Res. Mgr. 'A i 529 S. 5th St Phone 1235. 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