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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY. NOV. 27. IPIS
President Funk Announces
Charge Is to Be Made
TAKEN TO PRISON
ON LIFE SENTENCE
Rich and Lowly Alike to Join
ATTEMPTS TO SMOKE
OUT COTTON TAIL
m Observance of Thanksgiving
LA I'ORTD, led., Nov. 21". Pr-si-denf.
Clar.-n"t- H. Funk, of th: M
Knnu-lv cum ju n y, today made pahlm
the aniioillio-m.-rit t b a 1. the cX'-rutivc
office of thj Kurnely company and the
Kumely Products company, with th.'
clerical help attached to it, would be
moved to Chicago, the following de
partments effected: President, operat
inK vice president, rnat.ai-'er of li;n
and raanufuft urer, n.'neral and astitHt
anf. p.alua manager, foreign Hales de
partment, Kah-B office manager, I'-k;i!
department and the entire, purchasing
department, taking away from tiie J.a
porto office the salaried men of 'he
nit; corporation. .1 II. Guy. fi u.t u ; a I
vice president, and the other depart-Tru-nts
will remain in La port at. least
for the present. The Chicago head
quarters will he on the sixteenth floor
of tht Continental and Commercial
National Hank but id iu Clark and
Adams street!?, and will be open Mon
day, December 1.
. : Ji
The Man Who Cuts the
knows what a burden it is to clothe ,
his family. We solve the problem by !
outfitting the whole family on our dig-
nified credit plan. Union Store, 100
. -mi .
. ' S 1
I'eare arid conten'rnent
hotries (f 'tie lo'A -V art v.el'
fTif-r- ph-r.did edifi''es of
h.ivc achieved ma'eriai th.jik,.-: o-
i'-::ll;;ry li: hitfh !:. "s-, !'?' 'or thoe
a i,o !o:i. a;.'! sinipi.- joy that stir
: -- s :: lrvha-.:.- iasj'-s v. lU
p.. ark the of,.rvance ot Thankstiv'.r.tr
day in hinond I' w ill b obi
;': . -.m-.-'i day in t!.-- Quaker rpy.
Ahou' ti e ,.ply p:a e nr an;u?-:ner:t
that '.si!! be open wiii i,e a :V'. thea-
r. s. a ho-.vJir.jr alley and the --kntihtc
r;:;k. All of tb ?e are c.-.urif-
!.'..: ut'O'i drawing larse crowds dur-
il i-' the day.
I-Iarlham coHf-ec w HI close for The
it 4 o'cloek tomorrow after-
ai; railroad -r:: t: l"y e will take a full
Th Y M. C A reit.ttirar.' w:H be
e-loFed a;! da. but a ' ir.'ker, d.:.::er
wU! he M-r ei at :;oon 'V .::.---.;. .
All '!..- hi.'cls of 'h? -. hj ve- ar-
d -;-eii,i: R.etm-i for th-: day. i".
;-..jrat:f :.! i;ave bet-r, mad- by th- ra:
toad ai.d 'tai-tlot. lines To h :.dl -:,
s 1 . , , ; j h.-avy r -. r - V :
.-ri;K ..!;ri Thursi'.a morr;;:.!.' Al".
ba:,k- ;.!..! j-tllflic Offices t-- 1
The Klka make h i r t;?ua!
trih'j'ion of provigfch? ro the j.,..--r .if
Y:.-i a rah-t-:t ran from a ma!' bov
a ho-.- rar.:e K! and tuok i;e
:n a I.i-'.'.v'a trt-e, the fire It ; ur:::u ..:
had t- ::..ike a n:n to '): Bullerd ,
: r .;vr"- r.ear 'he northwest e,;":.1
Art- r th- and Th rHhh:t h.ei a
r - r .:. the : - r e ., . ;
h d'-t:r:t:t, ir.'o the tr ,.r.k of a e i.
tern.i'.eii : c,i 1. th ai'mal th. '
lis bov ! a f:;e aro-.r.-l 'he tr-f
CAN'T AND DON'T TOUCH THE VITAL SPOT THE LIVES.
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;-t-ad of ''end
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ON THE DOCTRINE
The fifth of thd series of sermons
on Christian doctrine was preached
Sunday at Grace M. K. church by
th Rev. A. Catea, whose subject was
"Adoption and the Witness of the spir
it. Rev. Cates gave an explanation of
the verse, "The Spirit heareth witness
with our spirit that we are the chil
dren of God."
"The result of regeneration is the
adoption into the family of God." said
Rev. Cates. "Adoption In the theologi
cal sense, is that act of (Mod's free
grace by which, upon beiriK justified
by faith In Christ, we are received into
"The claim sometimes Bet up that
unregenerate men are God's children
because they are his creatures, in ut
terly false. It overlooks the nature
of the relationship as well as its foun
dation. To be a child of God Is to
partake of the life of God.
"By Belf examination in the light of
the Scripture, we are unable to find
ourselves and be certain if we are the
children of God.
Andrew Kramer was born near Darr
town, Butler county, Ohio, July It'.,
1842, and departed this life November
11)13, at the age of 71 years 4
months and 4 days.
He was the son of George and Eliza
Brown Kramer, and the fourth child
ot a family of six children, all of
whom have preceded him to the be
yond, but one sister, Mary, who resides
on the old homestead near Darrtown.
At the age of 7 years his parentis
moved from Ohio to Indiana, and for
sixty-four years he has lived most of
the time on or near the place where
He united with the Methodist Epis
copal church at Doddridge Chapel
when 20 years of age. August 9, 18tiO,
he was married to Susan L. Sweet,
who still survives him. To this union
were born nine children, three sons
and six daughters, all of whom are
living except one daughter, who died
He had been in failing health for
trver two years, but bore his sufferings
all along with patience. He passed
away peacefully in the home where
he lived for so many years. Short
serviced were held at the home, con
ducted by the Rer. C. H. Bro-srn of
Chesterton. Tad., consln of the de
ceased, assisted by the Rev. F. M.
Weethafer of Doddridge Chapel M. B.
church. The renular services were
held at Rlkhorn by Rev. C. A. Brown,
a suited by Rev. W. B. Collier of
Brovrnsvllle, after which the body was
laid to rest in the family lot of the
RATON. O, Nov. 25 To begin a
life term in the state penitentiary, Kl
wood Davis was taken to Columbus
Monday by Sheriff Wertz. Davis was
convieied for ha murdered I-ien-
jamin F. Bourne and interred his body
in a shallow uravc on the Bourne
farm, near Camden The body was
found more than i year arter it had
The Rev. R. C. Leonard, pastor of
Central Christian church, has return
ed from the Efficiency Congress of
Christian Churches, held at Davenport,
Iowa, where he delivered an address
on "How Sunday School work is built
up." The Rev S. V. Traum, paFtor
of the First Christian church, spoke
before the congress ou "Mormonlsm."
The object of the, con Kress was to
make thp churches, throiu-h the pas
tors who heard the best Christian
preachers, more efficient. It was the
first congress of its kind and probably
will be continued annually.
Fifty instructors appeared before
the congress, which was attended by
more than 2,000 of the clergy and
laity. Louis Patmont, former Russian
evangelist, was chosen to superintend
the publishing of a Russian paper in
Chickens, Turkeys and
Ducks at Long Bros. Cash
Meat Market. 324 Main street
Phone 2299. -l
Designed for feminine use is a new
hand mirror, fitted with an electric
light at one end, current being suppli
ed by a storage battery contained in
.; s.v until the fulh.-.vinu Moaday The
regular -hap;e eerfj-es wiil be he'd,
:n tlie morning, and a hi turkey din
ner wiil be served at 12: 3''t o'clock.
Schoois to Have Programs.
The city schools will have Thar.ks
ci'. ins 71 ro a rams tomorrow iwfore the
r- i.oois are closed until the following
Monday. The h:2h school will have
ro special program
Owing to the change ti command of
the Richmond Salva'ion Army, and
the- consequent newness of Captain
Sanford in the city, th- organization
v .H nor distribute baskets among th
t oor as has been the custom in years
Perhaps the most elaborate arrange
ments for the Tha nksi-ii i r.g season
will be those to be cairi-d out at
East haven, where the festivities will
commence Wednesday evening and
continue throughout the remainder of
Program for Inmates.
On Wedi-.es.day evening there will
be a dance and a moving picture show
: the inmate-, r. iimous services on
Thursday morn'KC, will he 'inducted
!iv the Rev. S W. Traum: a turkey
dinner at noon, at which time the
greater portion of the S.'fu inmates
'.' ill be assembled in the dining hall, a
theatrical entertainment in the even
it g, a social for employes of the in
stitution on Friday evening, and re
hiMous services of a Tha.nksUvir.g na
ture on tiie following Sunday.
Inmates of the county jail will not
have a turkey drir.er. or even chick
en Th.- bill of fare will include roast
beef, mashed potatoes ;tnd some trim
mings not seen on the table everv
The board of directors of the Mar
garet Smith Home for Aeed Women
has not. made known its decision re
garding the Thanksgiving dinner for
A chicken dinner will excite the
emotions of the seventy children at
Wernle Orphans' Home.
Nurses, internes and patients of
Rfid Memorial hospital will have, a
turkey dinner with oyster dressing,
cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and all
tne delicacies the market affords.
One Mall Delivery.
The letter carriers of the city will
make one delivery in the morning In
the business and residential districts.
The rural carriers will rot take out
the wagnis on this day.
A number of the churches of the
city will hold Thanksgiving services
in the morning.
Grace and Fifth Street M. E.
churches, under the pastorate of the
Rev. Arthur Cates. will hold Thanks
giving services at Grace church Thurs
day morning. The services will be
gin at If o'lock and continue one
hour. Special music will be provided.
Save in the operating department,
Leave the "Dressing:" to Us
Eat ail the turkey you w.tnt Thankf-i-iving
Day. but lea the "dressing" to
- We ',1 sav- you I? to i' Special
i.u!'. s cats Union Store, l'V',
1 thr lie uhi o:'hood threatening
,,.t j;re 1-0. of seme of the h ...-. -Th--
fir .iet-.tr ::i-r.; a as called t- : .:
an end to th- siege
New figs and dates at Prices. 25-2
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
IS YOUR LAXATIVE
Best Liver and Bowel Ctearser and
Stomach Regulator Known.
Fuel oil consumption this season
by the United Stat'-'b navy is estimat
ed at thirtv million gallons.
THIS IS --TOUGH'
No loneer will the inmates of the
V. M. C. A doiniitorv be permitted
to talk to their far away duleineas
over long distance phor.e on the
third floor, secure in the seclusion
of that unfrequented place.
Henceforth they must appear at
the desk in the lobby, announce in
a loud clear voice the name of
their fair one and the place of her
habitation and then eneage in
sweet converse with her while the
denizens of the lobby and the ever
accommodating corps of secretaries
maintain a respectful and attentive
Secretary Learner has announced
that the telephone in the dormi
tory can not he used for long dis
Get a 1 " !.' box
Put aide ;r.s or.ee the Sal's.
Pills. Castor or Fu:gati.- W..'. r
w hit h merely force a pa.-agew
through t! e r-owels. but do . t :..-r-..uthiy
cl-ar.se. fre-lien and pt.r ;y
i.e-eVira.nate organs, and ha- no
:.-ct whatever upon the i:--r an:
- o m a c h
Ke.-p eur " i P. s ! d -s " pure and fr- --'",
w :th i". :s. are's. which thnr-'Uif ''.;
leanse the stomach, remove th- y :
tested, sour food and foul gases, t.ic
the excess bile from the In er ' d a1
i cut ot t h" sstt-t!, all the .o' .si . pa. ' -
ed wa.ii matter and po:ons in t ho
bo we is.
A Casearet tonigh.t v. ill niaki' you
f.-ei sr.. :ii by morii.iii;. They work
While you Sleep never tripe, Stekell,
and cost onh 1" cents a box from your
:n;gist f .'iior.! of men and. women
ake a Ca-car. t now and ir.eii and i:ev
ir have Hea-iache. Bii'ousness. Coa'.-d
Toncue. I ion , Sour Sto'eacb or
'otistipateii B.owe-ls C.ascarc-ts h huig
in every household Children just b
to take them.
Of the many lasatlTes on the mar
ket, niar.y are useless. True, they
may clear the i.nuur;al trrt, but
they don't clean it beause they
dn.t stimulate the Liver and releAe
the- dar.:raed-up Bile, vhlch la the
great poisou-dt gtroyv-r of the body.
Toa t-oke nasty salt. d:sarreMe
o'l3 or mineral waters, or any of a
hundred other laxatives and laxative
I reparations, and Uh all our trv-m-bie.
you get imperfect results.
Thee are s.P-ply h.oUtcx1 Jle lai
a'.iTes. makip.g a lot of Muff and
bluster without accou.p'.Lli'.cg the
desired p'.:r;oe. N womUr you
dislike takl::R a laxative. No wonder
you r :t it off as long as possible.
The seer-1 of prompt recovery
from fuel: troubles as bad hreth.
release the dammed-,.; p B:!e. Merely
wasiiii'g out the ir.testir.es with salts,
etc., will not release Bile.
Any phvs'.oLui or drurgist 'win te!l
you that Calomel (Mercury) or Podo
rhyJlia (May Apr'" R-ot) are thft
two great recogr.ired Liver regula
tors and Bowel cleansers. Calomel,
so generally used, is a rolsnous
mineral, exhausting End dangerous
to the system. Another laxative
must be given to wah it otit.
"ss. loss of appetite.
:o::?:;.s. etc is to
rodorayllin Is the cne rrfect v.i
harmless eubsf.tnte for CAlon:eU ;.J
will be remembered ty older peopl
the favorite remedy prescribed 2-
or S-1 years ago. It is harmless and
very rfficachv.-.s, bet it bitter fast
ar.d gripisR. nauseatuif effects as
For yexra cherr.!??3 have iperi-
inentevi in an end. .ivor to take th
Mttertiess. gripe and nausea out : T
PvxiophyILn, r-ov-gn-.;iiig that !:
would then be the idt-il LlTer recu
lator. At List th:s f as b,H-n do:
f.r.d given tie world under the t.v::.c
PoPoLax is n Potcrhy!!ln form ;
la w-.th all uadesiraM features tak
FoDoIax is the perfect laxr.tlve
for every r:c;r.ber of the family
yor.n.e or owl It should be in f very
medicine cabinet. Yea will thar.s
us for exr'.A'.r.ir.e 1t after yo.t have
tried it. Get a bottle today and tis.
it whenever the f.rst symptoms ot
clogged Liver or Bowels aprar.
You tak r.o risk. If not atisf1el.
you can have your money back. Sup
pose you asi your Crtigist Vut our
H R Sutherland Co.. Faducah, Ky.
tured a Severe
"I had been a tjre.it sufferer with back
ache bo that I was uuuble to bend. A
friand recommended Dr. Jones' Liniment
and the first application gave me relief.
One bottle entirely cured me.
"A few days ago a lady called who com
plained of great ;a ns in her back. I gave
her a Little of lr. Jones' Liniment and she
was relieved immediately after applying it.
We are rocoxctnendink; It to all our friends."
So writes M. P. Stutzoian, of Begins, I'a.
Paine in the back are off-en mistaken for
kidney trouble, and so-called kidney cures
and plasters are resorted to, whioh, failing
to relieve, only tend to aggravate the dis
ease and prolong the suffering. Dr. Jones'
Liniment relieves Ithcuruatism, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Cramps, Cold
in Chest, or any pain or ache that caa
be reached by externa! application.
Ask your neigh! ors what Dr. Jones' Liu.
mien: has done t r t'.vru.
Sold by A. G. Luken Co , Fosler
jDrug Co, Conkey Drug Co., Thistle
Ithwuite and all druegists.
mi ii ii ii m i i i i i- ii i
Better Buy It!
Your judgment is approved by 600.03
Other women when you nuke your
kitchen work easier by saving millions
of steps and hours of time with the
Health protection ak.no rcpavs T"ti '.or t-3
small cest. CoTn'ininjf cupboard, pantry
an.l kitchen table in nn pl irf . it enable you
to it Mt your wurk and fcrrt throuirh quick 1
See t'ai He.-.slcr in our showroom-.. We
have a number oi models t n ejliibit:on. CaJ
SI Per Week Will Do
CARD OF THANKS.
desire to xtend our thanks to
the many friends and ministers. Rev
C. A, Brown, F. M. Westhafer and
W. B. Collier, who extended their serv
ices and sympatJty; also Mr. C. T.
"Wright, funeral director, for his effi
cient service during our bereavement.
Mrs. Andrew Kramer and Family.
Shot Guns For Rent ! M Mj
: "to : -x Slmoes for tlie
816 Main Street rSi
III i i
How'd Yon Like 'Em
Is Invariably the Answer
What Do We Mean ?
W e're talking Clothes now. making a lot of
noise, but we believe we're justified
We make them right in our own shop
Here in Richmond '
H Made hv skilled tailors who make most of the
young men's Suits and Overcoats. .j,..it
No New York or Chicago Mail Order Clothes
n lor us . We want them right.
Made to Fit
We have city Tailors who know how to put style in
a Suit or Overcoat, you can try on the coat in course
of making: this gives you an opportunity to see
how the garment looks before it is finished.
W'e do "high class" tailoring, the kind good
dressers wear. Watch our big window for newest
Suits and Overcoats
t'V ill 1 1 I -- r-rf
CORNER MAIN AND NINTH STREETS
It Matters Not Whether You Want a Pair of Shoes for the
Mofiier, Father, Daughter
You'll find the newest creations and exclusive models here and no other line can
compare with them in style, appearance or fitting qualities, and our prices are
It the Chinaman Do Your laundry
Fine Work Guarnfeed
Will Call for and deliver w-th hore and wazon
Ph'-ne H',9 612 Main Street
YTt Q f
( ranberries. Celery, Jersey Sweet-. Spinach, Head lettuce,
Tomatoes, Mangoes, Cucumbers. Iiadi-hes Green Onions
Leaf Lettuce, I'arley, Tumips, Parsnips.
FRESH OYSTERS FRESH Solid Meat 1
1Q EXTRA SPECIAL "I Q
lOl FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES lOl
5c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT 3c
Fancy Table Apples. Table Rai.-in?, Mixed Nuts. Budded
Walnuts. Almonds, Filberts, Hickory Nuts. Catawba
Grape-. Tinted Malaga Grapes. Tangerines, Bulk Olives,
Gerrr.an Dili Pickle. Cooper's Blend Coffee.