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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY. NOV. 23. 191.
MAY ELECT BOGUE
am jerry niaieu iu
Lead Next Year's Grid
From unofficial yet
cornfs th'' word Unit.
Sue, t he main.-ta
is a retiree
( 'a )' . Jerry Bo
ol' the Karlham
College, fool ball tf-am, will be unani
mously chosen to pilot tlio next year's
nqnafl at a, mofWv.'A of the squad tin.
latter part, of the week.
Followers of tb; FarUiam College
fiiual believe (apt. Unfile u as tin
most, useful man mi the squad through
out the. year' H'-hcdule and had the
Quakers hc.cn v ithout the services of
the Bloominiidale star ihey would
have been in a worst.- bob- than at the
Next jesr will round out a dozen
years in the lootball history of the
auburn-haired moleskin hero. From
the dubs at grammar school to the
huskies of state champions has been
the career of the Yeilovv and White
('apt. BoRiie is the one Karlham man
except. Thistleth waite, who is mention
ed as a man on the secondary "All
State" squad and his wide experience
in the same has made him a factor in
At thin time no one has announced
their candidacy for the pilot position
am they feel that ("apt. Bokuc is the all
deserving man on the squad. Thorntoti
star has been mentioned by a few ad
mirers but it is understood that he.
will not oppose the present captain.
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itnii ninnrii i mo inniTinim onpirTU AS THEV come AND GO
ntW bflHULH LflUu- lAUUillunHL OUUtll
TO MEET Y. M. C. A
Mrs. Jear.nette G Leeds is the su t
of friends in Indianapolis today
Mrs V. (). Crawford wu. f... hostess' Mrs Cleveland K Chase with h-r
Mondav afternoon for a meeting of two sons wi'l return home We.ir.es-
the Monday Bridge -;ub at her home day after a pleasant wsit h?rt
Fountain City Independents!011 North Tenth :r"T j Mr and Mr. Kdmt n.,:;, of co-
A meeting of the Tu.i.. Br.djie , liersville were w cekend gu- ts hrre
club was held yesterday r.rr::oon with
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to Play on Thanksgiving
in West Richmuiid
Owing to the inability of the Rich- f-rd and Mrs. V,
inor.d high school to furnish 4 basket- guests. Bridge w
ball team for the benefit game sehed- tables. The favor
herd. After the g
1 Messr.s Herbtrt Bradley. For.:
i:.,rr-ide Howard Lane. CiUde ll.v
Mrs. v. : hUr Hib- w.r am v,st, uM H.'.ines motor, d ;
;'!.t- i .it three
e;.r to Mrs. U.b-
ii ?" . 1; ' 11 or w a
Mrs. Verne Thor.i.t a:.d datigl.ter.
Miss Lorraine Thomas of -.'i:t:i
,v lil Twelfth tret w li! sj ,-ud Thauksgiv -if''r-
i..s- u. th f-er.K in Im'l.tr.aaol's Mrs
Thorr.as will see the "Gar. .en of Allah"
while tin re
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Mill in ongres
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V. M. C. A. the Fountain City inde- ontertain the ciub i.e.xt i'i:i-!-'!i;
peiideiit team wii! play in its place, noon at her a jar; t - s:, : t
As a eurtain r;ii-r the Fountain City hum.
iiu u:e 1. -m. v. ,. Mrg ,, w tn;i!i wa- ll
se-.ihii team I larr'ngton will referee. ,.,. afternoon tor a ::n- t.t.g 1
The tr-atu will line lit) as follows: M.iir;i7i!-e club a' !.. r home .u. K;i;-'
Foumain City Bayer. Maines and Main street Mrs .1 11 Mills ...mi ! .,-h ........ ,-... ,,f M:1 ,
Itiehm will be glad to learn that h
is much improved Mrs Hr.-t.m unde
v.,-r.T an operation reeer.'! at K :
.1. si M on -
Mr. Krle Gi'.d, . 11. of Ma
visited fri' nds in-!.- today
Fourth Connectif ut district, and whose
lines and is the
ing emineiK e a-
on "abseyi t e. j sin
lie (levot'-s some
this S'Utlje. ! . 11'
Of little av ail. The list
hers daily grow s lorgc
consists of only t wo
shortest m tin- Con
rv. is rapidly attain
tiie nouse authority
Ahuost every day
lime 10 speeches on
effort s, ho we er, a re
of aTisent meui
Harrison, forwards: Mercer and Co- Mrs. John I.ontz were t tie
re-y. ee:itr: Williams and Hodgins. Mrs. Cb-m F. ivu.-O!: w a ct
guards. social hour follow-.! t!..- prorraui A
V. M. C. A. i!rovn. Lanr.ing and hsticheon was ser d. Mr- .! M Mills
Ma-.er. forwards: Ininninir and Roach, will entertain tin- lub i:--.t Mondav
c-A'.- r: Brunton a;.. Jones, guards. afternoon at her home or. Snut.i Ti-i.th Kjiabeth Wolford of t li-sM:,i'
T!ie proceeds of the games will be street. 'street spent Sunday with Miss Haze!
used for raising the remainder of the j Wise in Cer.te.rv ille.
purchase price of the suits of the V. The Kikhorn N- Mo'. : :.t B.ble I v
M. C A. lasketball teams. class will celehiaf.- ;ts s'-ond aiim-'
. . - v. rsity W die-sday eveidn-: a' the F.Ik- !
horn Baptist . -hur h. Members -ml.
I vvhtdesale grocer of South
The wed. ling of Mr Law r. m
. H. C.s Outclass
Kessler Stars, Rolling 200
Y. M. C. STANDING.
Millions Saved in One Year
The thousands of customers of the ..... ..,.. o i. i u -.'i riott and Miss l'.eulah Meek of Green
lilt' III-. . H l,. UL. .'i 11' 1'i .'' . .
1'nion Stores throughout the country, pregbvu-rian c '"ir. h , held will be soieirnize.i this e. i..r.g
have saved that amount by taking ad- ' .1 ; at the home of the bride s parents,
vantage of -eir low prices in Men's and TheTirzih b oeietv ,.f the p...... ' n-ar Greenfield. Mr. Carrion S a
Women's Clothes. I'nion Store. W, ii,,r lndPe will mo" .inesd.iv nephew ot .Mr. ami Airs i. .n. i.arrtott
Main street. afternoon with Mrs. Gl-'i Smith. sV -f We.st Ru hmnnd
Sheridan street. All in.-lilb.-rs are ln. , i. h. in.s i.ut
Had Taken His Weight in Medicine, vited to be present
M. 1). Faucett. of Gillsv ille, Ga.. says
he had taken his weight in medicine The Ladies of the rmnu ( omm'r-
for headache- and constipation, but ' c-ial Travelers met Mondav afternoon
never used anything that did him so at the home of Mrs II 11. Williams':
much good as Chamberlain's Tablets. (m South Kleventh streei. Mter tin
For sale by all dealers. business session the hours were spent
(Advertisement) 'j,, hemming towels for tae Home of
Friendless. It was :. cid -d to give
MAENNERCHOR TAKES ja supper Saturday evening in the C.
PART IN SAENGERFEST lor members and their bm bands.
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! EDUCATIONAL NOTES
"In Fdinburgh," says Sir James
Grant. "the impression is gaining
ground that physical culture conies
before the humanities, and hygiene is
reckoned of greater importance than
When an epidemic of cholera is rag
ing in the Philippines, the authorities
do not close the schools to avoid
contagion. They keep them open as
centers of hygenic information for
preventing the spread of the disease.
The Massachuetts State Board of
Education maintains a teachers' reg
istration bureau for teachers desiring
positions in Massachusetts. In the
past year, the first of its existence,
the bureau tilled S! positions at sal
aries ranging ffrom $2,700 down to
$10 per week.
Native children in the Alaska
schools under the United States Bu
reau of Education become so enthus
iastic over the personal hygiene cam
paign that they frequently bring their
fathors and brothers to school to have
them put through the clipping and
cleaning process at the hands of the
Emory and Henry College, Virginia, i
until recently an institution of the '
literary type, shows interestingly the
trend of the times in its efforts to
meet more directly the needs of the
Immediate vicinity. Without weaken
ing1 its literary departments, the col
lege is seeking to put its young men
Into touch with the everyday life of
the rural communities from which
they come. Recently a demonstration
agent was secured, to have his head
quarters at the college and direct ag
ricultural and industrial work both for
the students of the college and the
people of the surrounding community.
Senior students in the State Normal
School at Troy, Alabama, are spec
; lally trained for rural school teaching.
Instead of depending on regular text
: books, the students use the proceed
ings of the Conference for Educaion
! in the South, which contains discus
sions of actual rural school problems
'.by those engaged in handling them.
! Each student Is expected not merely
jto be familiar with rural school con
ditions In general, but those of one
irural school in particular. Professor
Edgar M. Wright, who is directing
the work, hopes in this way to pro
duce teachers who will be enthusias
tic leaders in life in the open country.
:; s .iiTll
II. C.'s made it three straight
e I (octors last night. Markley
I been rolling the high scores
Medics was considerably be-
average for the season. start-
Twenty .members of the Richmond The Richmond Graduate Nurses' as
Macntierchoi' will participate in the sociation met Monday aiternooti with
tr iennial National Saengerfost to be Mrs. .1. W. Lamson of I he Wayne apart
held next June in Louisville. Ky. m'mts. The members of the board of
These members are now training for a the Domestic Science as.-o. iation were :
part in the big (horns of l'.ik.hi voices present and talks relative to the bene.!
which will h ; feature of the saenger- fits to be derived from a visiting nurse!
fe.--;. Rehearsals have alreadv been were made. The meeting was w 11 ;
under the direction of W. 11. Uuning. attended.
3 fct 28 e CIrtH, fnW a Co., fir. HiVw
ing off with l:ts, getting his high s-ore
170, in the second game. Kessler slurr
ed for the I. 1 1 . C.'s bowling L'OO in the
second game and L'iio in Ihe third.
Indigestion, Foul Breath, Up
set Stomach? Samuel's "3-P
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
State of Indiana. County of Way no. ss:
in Wayne Circuit Court, October
! In re Estate of Philip S. Binkley, de
9 9 j c.-ased.
j Notice is hereby given that the nn
1 dersigned has duly qualified before
I. H. C.
King 11 l''
Kessler 1il "no -'M
Melhuish K'u 1 om 14 4
Richey i:::'. HM li'-
Miller 1 ".1 17:: H'.n
Totals 711 7t.4 847
Marklev i::s 170 1 IS
Bond HI US ISO
Harold 1 1 I " 1H."
Gentle L'.7 111 V
Sprouse Ill 1 R .1-7
Totals fs t;:7 70::
! Take a capsule right now if your j
stoir.r.ch is sour, bloated, full of gas.!
uncomfortable and you'll feel blessed1
relief in a few minutes.
What's the use of worrying along!
with a had stomach, denying yourself;
all the pleasures of eating what yon
want, when thousands will tell you
how needless is all your distress.
Call your trouble Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Catarrh of tho Stomach, any
name you please, but THIS VERY
DAY get of your druggist a package
;of Samuel's "Three-P." that remedy
whn h acts on an entirely NEW prin-
loiple; make your next meal a "favor
ite food'" meal- take the capsules, and
you'll wonder what became of all vour
former stomach distress. Keep this
up regularly for a few weens, and you
wouldn't take a hundred dollars for
the good it has done in namshing in
digestion. Good druggists every where sell
Samuel's "Three-P" capsules. two
sizes, ;.e tui ..uc. in
order direct from The
Samuel Chemical Com
pany. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sold by Thistlethwaite
( Ad v. it... 1 r
Market at the South End
Market House all day Wed
nesday, Nov. 26, from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m.
J. H. TAYLOR,
u :t Market Master
If You Are In Poor Health
CONSULTATION FREE !
We are here every day busy treating chronic dis
eases of men and women. Conditions that exist
ed for years have been cured by our method of
treatment. People have been cured that had
given up all hope of ever being well again. If
you are discouraged, tired all the time, losing
flesh, have headache, suffer from backache,
nervous, belching of gas and sour food, irregu
lar female functions, constipation, bronchial irritation, shortness of breath, irri
table, subject to bladder trouble and kidney affections.
Call and have an examination made whether you expect to be treated or not
as you are under no obligations to be treated if you don't feel that we under
stand your case thoroughly. The more serious your condition the more anxious
we are to see you.
the Wayne Circuit Court
County, State of Indiana, a
of the Last Will and
Philip S. Huntley, dece;
Wayne County. State of
of the Town of Kast
1 he said estate is suppos
DICKINSON TIU'ST COMPANY.
Richmond, Indiana, hxeeutor of the
Last Will and Testament of Philip S.
GARDNKK, JKSSCP WHITK.
Attornevs. novlS-5 le-i:
Testament of i
ascd. late ot
sed to be ;
The Sail You Wear
VVili It Be Like
NOTICE OF SALE OF EONDS FOR
i State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss.:
i Refore the Hoard of Commissioners
! of Wayne County. Indiana.
Notice is hen by Riven that on Sat
jurday, December (Uh. 191.'!. until twelve
.o'clock, noon, of said day, the Hoard
jof Commissioners and County Treas
I uter of Wayne County, Indiana, will
; receive sealed bids for Gravel Road
i Honds issued by the said hoard upon
Jtb.e petition of Kdpar M. Haas, et al.
: for the improvement of highway in
Wayne Township. Wayne County, ln
jdiana. Said bonds are one hundred in
number, bear date of December Mb.
i 1913, and payabb in twenty series of
! five bonus to a series, commencing
May 15th, 191 r. payable one series each
i six months until all are paid, each se
ries consisting of one bond of $3(KUn
and tour bonds of $500 no each, each
bond bearing interest at 4' per cen
tum per annum, payable semi-annually
first payment May 15th, 191.".
Said bonds are issued pursuant to ,
an order of the said Hoard of Com-'
' missioners for the purpose of creating
j funds for the payment or the improve
ment of the above mentioned hiEh-
i way. and the expenses in connection
herewith, and pursuant to the terms
of statute, and under what is cenerally
known as "The Three Mile Gravel
Road Law," and all acts amendatory
and supplemental thereto.
! The full and complete record of pro
ceedings is to be found upon the
records of the said board, open to the
inspection of ail persons concerned,
and transcript of proceedings will be
furnished the successful bidder with-
; out further cost to him.
i Said bonds will be so'd for not b s
than their full face value, am! each
bidder will state the number of bonds
bid for. and the aross amount he will
pay for the bonds bid for.
The right is reserved to reject any
and ail bids.
Rids shall lie sealed nr.d endnr-ed
, "Hid for Haas Road Hords." ai.d de
livered to the under .me. .ed. Albert N
Chamness. County Treasun r, Rich
mond. Indiana, before hour above
Ftate. where same -will be opened
ALBKRT N. CMAMNKSS.
LKWIS S BOWMAN.
Gardner, Jessup v- White, ATt
( nov25 '
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The answer depends a
great deal on where you
The clothes wc offer arc
carefully selected, equal to
the best and superior to
most merchant tailoring.
To be sure it is right
and the more a man knows
what good clothing is the
more pleased wc arc to
Will you come and let us
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People no longer wonder why our values out-distance competition they know! You can't afford to pav more
to some other merchant nobody can. Above the matter of price is our service, and above all The Quality. Come
where you get a positive guarantee of all these things.
27 and Oti-inch Brocade Silk?.
. per yard
London black & white
Check, per yard . . . .
29-inch Corduroy, all
colors, per y
Ladies' Shirt Waist
all new models
durov. all 4 O
Ladies' extra heavy Silk Hose
black and white
J. B. and Dr. Warner's Cor
sets, all the latest
models at ....
We Assure Ycu That It Will Prove a Money Saving Habit.
OirTna gny 9 1 8
The New Better Value Store
NOTICE OF SALE.
Sheriff's Sale cf Real Estate.
By virtue of a r-ertir.ed covy of de
cree to me directed froui the Clerk of
the Wayne Circuit Court of Way-,e
County. Indiana. I will oner at public
sale to the hl?het bidder at the Court
noi?e door in the city of Ribrr.''r.'l.
V'.-yne County, Indiana, on aturdu'.
the'soth day 'of Vr mh- r. lJ-lo. t--tv.e-r,
the hours of 1" o'clock a n .
aid 4 o'clock p. n: on said nay t!.
!o'.!rjw ir.c described real estate ;:;
W&yn1 County. Indiana, to- it :
Bir.s a strip of eround one hur.ir--'i
if... i feet in depth eff th 'r.r--r.d
-f Ijt Number fifty-four
ti..- Highland Addition to the t ; :'
Said rale v.--;2 be w itbcjt reli-f from
vuluition arid ar prai.-er.i-rnt Ia's :o
satisfy said detre- ir. my hands ir. f-i-v
or cf John A. Beckmori vs H--r.ry
Ri. -hards. Joseph E Moore, Or!a B
Fu".-hum. Receiver of Joseph E Moore
JACOB W. BAYER.
SherirT of Wayne County.
GARDNER. JESSUP ez WHITE.
Atorneys for Plaintiff.
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On Thursday mornings skates will be furnished free
to beginners. Mr. Fry and iMr. Shute will instruct
Skating Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Morning
Afternoon and livening.
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