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THE RlCmiOXD PAL LADITO AOT SUXMSILEOXIAM, TUESDAY, JTJI.Y 20, 1909.
face nronT. RECODEUBS THE IPflDtalP2 TDne Ammeirilcaini TTmstt Receivers lor Jos. Brown Cl Co., of Chicago, one of the largest wholesale Jew elry firms in America, sold us the past week several thousand pieces of Jewelry at less than 50 cents on the dollar. C01ISTHUCTIQI1 OF We hav. a fin. line of Sterling Sil ver picture frames for different size photographs, either oval or oblong shapes, plain or fancy finish. Call and HEW HOSE HOUSE them. ... ... .... Board Occasions General Sur prise by Advising Council to! ' On&Sa M. Mailer 810 Mcin St. Richmond, Ind. F. H. Edmunds, Optometrist. Erect the Building Without Delay. RECOMMENDS $3,000 AS BUILDING FUND MUD'ElPOMILi IBOTTTTE-iEO BEER Delivered to Your Home 1 Dozen Pints 50c 1 Dozen Quarts $1.00 Louis B. Wrede 84 S. Sixth St. Phone 2056 Purest Wines and Liquors West Richmond People Will ! Probably Oppose This as They Want a Good Sub stantial Structure. A FAMILY REUNION Descendants of Jonathan and Eleanor Newman Held A Picnic. LARGE NUMBER ATTENDED Milton:, Ind., July 20. The descend ants of the late Jonathan, and Eleanor Dix Newman, met in a family reunion at Jackson's Park. Sunday. There were about forty present and composed the children, grandchildren , great grandchildren and great-great grand children of the above named. " Those in attendance were: Mesdames Eliza beth Newman Atkinson, Sarah New man Hussey, Albert Newman, E. B, Newman, Miss Florence Newman, Heb ert Newman of Milton, Earl Atkinson of Chicago, Mr, and Mrs. Newman At klnson and family, Walter Atkinson, Albert Earl Atkinson, Miss Mary Lau ra Atkinson, Lawrence Atkinson, Miss Anna Bell Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Izor and son Russell Izor, Mrs. Jesse James and daughter, Miss Esther James of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennard and family, Messrs. and Mesdames Charley Kennard, Law rence Kennard, E. P. Cassady and Mr. Hebert Kennard of Knightstown, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Newman and family, Edmund Newman, Mies Charlotte New man, Eugene Newman of Cambridge City, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinson and daughters, Misses Pearl and Bernice Atkinson, of Richmond, also Raymond Atkinson f Indianapolis and Earle M. Kennard of Knightstown.- Aside from these were Mrs. Elizabeth Harden of Milton and Miss Bertha Taylor of Richmond, as invited guests of the re union. Several members of the family could not be present, among whom were Mrs. Gertrude Oakes and family of . Indianapolis, R. . Newman and family of Richmond, and H. Newman and family of Orrville, Ohio. A fine dinner was spread on the long veranda at the pavilion, owing to the courtesy of Gideon Crull in charge of the pavilion, and the afternoon spent quietly in social converse and a man ner befitting the Sabbath, and in strol ling over the grounds. Jonathan and Eleanor Dix Newman were natives of North Caroline, and moved from Guilford county, that state to Indiana In 183a They settled at Milton and thus became identified with the early history of the town, the township and county. Of their six children, two, Granville and Edmund Burke Newman have but recently died. Those still living are Milo, Mesdames Atkinson and Hussey, and Mr. Henry Newman, of this place. ' Bill Are the doctors well supported In your town? Jill Well, two of 'em are. They married rich wives. Yon kers Statesman. Much to the surprise of those on the "outside" the board of public works last evening presented a report to council in which it recommended the immediate erection of a hose house on the lot recently purchased in West Richmond. But the board would have the city build a house not to exceed in cost $3,000. And council concurred in the report. This action will meet with general dissatisfaction among residents of the west side, who believe thoii- Root inn of th citv deserves the same . consideration in the way of a hos house as other parts of the city have received. Amount Too Small. The xum to be exDended is not suffi cient to build a: large modern frame residence property. West Richmond nrntwrtv nwners , ask whv they Should hA discriminated aeainst. Some of the most prominent residents of that part of the city say they believe tne prop erty owners would prefer waiting an other year or so and getting a good, brick structure like the other nose houses, to having a cheap concern erected now. Every other hose house in the city is brick. There Is need onlv for a single house, but It is the concensus of West Richmond opinion i that the city should erect sometning in keenlnsr with its other hose houses. Chief Miller has said he does not ra- vor a temporary structure. When 13,- rmn la considered, it can not be expect ed to put up a very prepossessing building, which must contain a large room for the wagon, an office, a bell tower, stables and sleeping quarters for the men. besides a storeroom. The lot is located on West Fifth street tLt the west end of Lincoln. It is on the slone of the Peacock hill and pro vides a better building site than that offered bv any of the other hoss house locations. And council concurred in .the report, but did council Investigate J the matter in the least bit, it is asnea. In All Modern Treatments FdDdMED for Regaining Health Plays the Most Important Part Improper food is usually the main cause of various aches and ails and proper food is needed to correct them. Is not only a great help for correcting trouble, but for avoiding it It is predigested pure food and contains the elements Nature de mands for rebuilding the gray filling in Brain and Nerve Centres. Resd Tfce Rosd to Wcavinc la pkfis. "There's a Reason." Pczn Ccrcd Ctzpcay, Lti crecx ea. u. s a. BLOOD KILLS GERMS Good Blood Made By Good Food. If one can surely turn food into good red blood it will combat and conquer disease more times than disease will 'win. Any physician knows that good blood and plenty of it is the best ger micide known and surely and safely cures disease when medicines fail. One of the many illustrations is that of tuberculosis, which refuses to yield to medicine, but must give way to good blood. A man from Philadel phia writes: "I have been fighting tuberculosis for some years, and with a weak stom ach was losing ground slowly every year. I had tried many kinds of med icine without relief, and finally got so that my stomach, liver, kidneys, bow els and lungs were affected. My stomach would retain no food but peptonized milk and I was down to 90 lbs. in weight. The doctors said about two years ago that I had but a month or two to live. About that time I was put on Grape Nuts and cream. It agreed from the start and in a few days I began to feel increased strength, o I kept on, with the result that the healthy blood has driven the disease from every or gan of my body except the lungs1 and is slowly driving it from them. I have gained greatly in vitality and strength and added 29 lbs. to my weight. If I can keep on as I have been, it seems clear that I will get entirely veU, thanks to old Dame Na ture whose work was made possible by Grape-Nuts food which I could digest" "There's a Reason.' The entire stock goes on sale Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, and will continue for lOdaysonly. Jew elry of every description is represented in this vast assortment. Stock consists of three hundred (300) watches for men and women and several thousand pieces of fancy jewelry such as mounted brooches, scarf pins, rings and the very best of gold filled jewelry. These goods are now on display in our store. In addition to the above Special Jewelry Sale, there re main only 5 more days for Remnants left from Emory. Prices that have heretofore been remarkable values, will be cut in two. We carry no goods over and every article re maining must go in the next 5 days: Come today. Come tomorrow. Come every day. Watches like cut, 20-year guarantee, gold filled cases, good works, $3.95. RAILROAD STORE Ladies' Fin. 20-year GoM Fined Cases and goodr-worh Watrii 11V. rat. CS.tS. ! COUNCIL FAVORS WEST SIDE PARK ON RIVER SLOPE Orders Preparation of an Ord inance Appropriating $500 For the Purchase of De sired Lots. 1 ACTION REALIZATION OF WEST END DREAM By Purchase of the Site the City Preserves the River Banks in All of Its Beautiful Aspect. ' The preparation of an ordinance pro Tiding for an appropriation of $500. to be spent for the purchase of a park site along the west bluff of the White water river, was ordered by council last evening. The ordinance will be prepared by the city attorney and re ported to council next, meeting night. The action of council is the realiza tion of the ambition of members of the West Richmond Improvement associa tion and others, who have striven for years to interest the city In the pro Beautiful Slope. By purchasing: the location the city preserves the river bluff In all its wild grandeur. The slope Is fully 100 feet long and little less than perpendicular. The outcropping of the limestone stra ta forms a sheer wall practically In accessible to climbers. The forest trees that have secured a hold for their roots have provided a beautiful shade. The river threads' its way at the foot of the slope and vegetation of all kinds is green . even in the most parching weather. . '. The ordinance was ordered prepared after a majority, report from the, board of public : works had bees received. Pres. Hollowell submitted a minority report for the board. . He offered the excuse the city's finances are' not ia shape to 'warrant such a purchase. The city's financial condition is such it has been the boast of every man connected with the present administra tion. In a recent meeting of the board Pres. Hollowell gave as icason for his objection he did not believe he would take one of the building- lots as a gift. so they would not be worth anything. . The ground to he secured by the dty fronts West First street. It Is about 700 feet in extent north and south and runs back to the water's edge. The plot includes eleven building lots. of which have 60 feet or more on .th. horizontal above the bluff aad are val uable for building Paiinitts Richmond's most extensive line of newest and up-to-date pants. Reoslsr $&. vala No More. No Less. Fred's 710 Uta M O M IE Try Our HARD COAL D. C. CcHerdlck & Sea. Phcce 1235. We lean money In sums of from 95 to 230, on goods, planes, teams, livestock, farming Implements ami all other personal property, without removal, giving yea such time as you ,msy desire In which to repay us, ana making your payments in such amounts and at such thnesj -as may best suit you. Mm LISTENS Ws furthermore agrse to loan you money at e rat. wMoh Is GUARANTEED TO BE LOWER than can be had of any similar concern In th. city, none excepted. Ws offer every advantage t. be had of other concerns, and In add Wen, a lower rat. than any. Doss this sound seed to yes, Mr, Borrower? Then investigate, and plaos 'your y leas j where your best interests may be served.. Our agent wl cell at your residence. If you desire, and fully explain ear meth ods. Open Tuesday and Saturday nights. " Phone 1S41. Third Floor Colonial Bids, Ream 43 , RICHMOND, IND. ' fUgb Grade Poaltry Feed. Seneca Germicide Uqold Lice Killer. Dlainlect- ant ana i jr Richmond Feed Store. No.il No ten. BAKED HAM, POTATO CHIPS, . BULK OLIVES. . PEANUT BUTTER. T HADLEY BROS. Formers TaEie Ncl&el There is a creamery ia Richmond the only REAL i isatimi j the dty ever d and we want all the milk aad you can produce. Highest market price paid for batter fat 9 SOUTH FIFTH STREET. PHON9 1K3L i QUAKER DREAD ti mm m m t cx2Anrs tZZZSTZZZ I e . ..milii. PALLADIUM KANT ADS. PAT Win ne at t9MtB on. g. a l:ott eftTtaCcler, it Ho dark ream. beSsr reseda. T7e have s3 C cttaul. v. n. ncss encs ixx. czi lj cl s pnn gcjt.