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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1913
West Side Association Sends
Letter to Mayor-Elect
Appeal for a competent health offi
cer was made today to Mayor-elect
Robbins in a letter from the West
Side Improvement association. The
organization points out that one of the
chief duties of the new mayor will be
to safeguard the health of the citi
zens. The letter is as follows:
Mr. Will J. Robbins, Mayor-elect,
Dear Sir: The West Richmond Im
provement Association congratulates
you on your election to the chief
magistracy of our city, and pledges to
you a hearty support in all measures
looking to an efficient and just ad
ministration of municipal affairs.
W would at this time call your at
tention to the imperative need for an
active and efficient city health de
partment. The conditions of modern
city life make it impossible for the in
dividual citizen to protect himself and
family from contagious diseases adul
terated and disease-bearing foods, and
the dangers arising from general un
Hanitaxy conditions. He must rely, in
large measure, upon the ability and
zeal of the city's health officials. If
these are inefficient and lax, we may
expect unnecessary suffering and
death from such diseases as scarlet
fever, typhoid fever, and the numer
ous others which have been branded
by our state board of health as wholly
No more important duty will rest on
your administration than the selection
of a city health board that will bring
to the duties devolving upon it the
professional knowledge and skill, the
untiring zeal, and the fearless spirit
that will fit It to meet the demands of
ARE YOU GUILTY?
Tf you pay more than $15.98 for the
$20.00 new Coat you have in mind.
We have the best in town here at that
price. Union Store, 1026 Main street.
LIBERTY. Ind., Nov. 25. Judge
Daniel W. Comstock of Richmond, de
partmental commander of the G. A. R.
gave an interesting address last night
before members of Duvall Post G. A.
R. and of the Women's Relief Corps
on the G. A. R. encampment at Chat
tanooga, Tenn. The meeting was held
in the Methodist church and was given
by the Men's Brotherhood for the
members of the G. A. R. and the W.
On Wednesday an organization was
i effected by the appointment of C. F.
' Adams, president and some fifteen vice
I presidents. In this perfect order and
harmony prevailed. On the second day
the convention unanimously nominat
ed Martin Van Eureii for president of
', the United States and Charles F. Ad
arms, vice president.
I On Friday morning we crossed the
' lake and on Sunday morning landed in
Cincinnati. Notwithstanding all ef
; forts to the contrary of Zachary Tay
I lor was elected president and Millard
Fillmore vice president and with his
j election as a grand cause, the Free
When peace was made with Mexico ; Soil party has sustained a loss and
and the limits of our country, extend- i slavery extension a gain.
ed by the acquisition of California and j
New Mexico and the question sprung i
in relation to the extension of slavery i
into those territories, I with many
Editor's Note His opposition to
the diffusion of slavery into terri
tories which were then free; ex
citement which prevailed In Con
gress as to the passage of territo
rial laws for the government of the
Oregon territory; the free soil con
vention held at Buffalo, at which
forty thousand were present; and
many other interesting items of his
tory are told in the Hoover arti
cle written by a pioneer settler of
others, opposed the diffusion of that
cause into any territories which were
During the summer of 1848, great
excitement prevailed in
to the passage of territorial laws, for
the government of the Oregon terri
tory. Many of the members were de
sirous to prohibit by an organic law
the introduction of slavery into that
new territory but the southern mem
bers, and some from the North threat
ened the dissolution of the Union.
f g hitherto supported me and sustained
yOntr CIStS me 10 continue his kind care over me
j and guide and direct me in the way
i of life everlasting
In anticipating the future I ieel
f 0"l" much humbled and can. with Job, say:
01 J OlO ' ' 1 woulG not Iive al''8." and as the
' father of William Penu. say: "The
cares and anxieties of life are greater ;
than the fears of death." To him who !
has his work done, who has put his
house in order, the thought of being
admitted into the Paradise of God. is
a very pleasing thought and while en
gaged 1n work of righteousness and
peace a glorious hope of immortality ;
and eternal life cheer him on his jour
Deported From Landmarks.
I would not wish to live always and
be a living witness of the fraud and
knavery of this generation: of the sla
very and oppression with which earth
is filled and the wars and murders,
which the so-called Christian tolerates.
I have long since arrived at this con
clusion; that if the doctrines of Jesus
are true, no warrior can have eternal
life extended to him for infinite good
ness and love cannot dwell in the
I heart of the murderer Neither do I
' believe that the blessings of Heaven
' can abide on our government. Its cup
; of iniquity will be filled and a day of
reckoning will come and it will not
tarry. While the nations, we call
heathens are giving liberty to their
REMOVED TO HOME
i Jack McCann, who has not been well
for some time, was taken sick at the
Independent Ice Co, yesterday and
removed to his home. 107 South SeN
enth, in the city ambulance.
NOSTRILS AND HEAD STUFFY
FROM A COLD OR CATARRH?
Thanksgiving dinner 12:30;
to 2:00, Westcott Hotel, 75c.
Music. Reserve Tables at office.
Large deposits of sulphur have
been found in southern Texas and are
to be developed in a similar manner
to the development of the I.oulsianna
My Cleansing. Healing Balm Instantly
Clears Nose. Head and Throat
Stops Nasty Catarrhal Discharges.
Dull Headache Goes.
. .Try "Kly's Cream Balm "
G-t a small bottle anwav. just to
try it-Arp'y a little in the nostrils
and instantly your ilocged noe a rut
i stopped up air passages of the head
will open; von H; brei.th frecl :
;dullnes .ind headache disappear By
morning! the catarrh. coM-tn-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone
Kr.d such misery row! Get the
. small bottle of "Fly's Cream Balm'" at
i any drug store Th:s sweet, fragrant
balm d:ssohes by the nat of the ccs
irils; peie!r.it s and heals the n
f lamed, swollen membrane hioh lines
the nose. htad aud throat; clears the
air passases: stops r.ssry discharges
and a feelins of cieansia. sooth:r.s
re'itf conies immediately
IVni la awake tonight strugglir.sj
for breath, with head stv.fTed: rostrttt
closed, hawking and blowing Catarri
or a cold, with it running nose, foul
mucous drorp'-ng into the throat, and
raw drr.ess is dtstreMug but truly
Put your faith just once--in "Hly'i
Cream Balm'' and our cold or ti
tarrh wi'.l surel disappear
Reclaims 100 Acres.
September 22 1851 On this day my
sixty-third year is completed. I have
parsed thus far on life's journey and
enjoy very good health. Although I
V. 1 .1 r M . - - m
" om IO" years or my j filaveg we arp adding additional terri
lfe been engaged in felling trees and , tory for dlffUslon of slavery. And
have in that time rfclnimpft nparlv . . ,. . i,
r, " . J wnne we are proclaiming 10 nw
Congress as lOO acres of the forest, yet I have nev- ! ld our ,ove of eace smttll ulle
fi nuu t iKJue proteii nor nave I, in
my sixty-three years, by sickness or
other accident, been confined to a bed
for a single day. Nor has there hap
pened to me any remarkable afflict Wi
either in body or mind. Yet with the
evenness of my pilgrimage and sound
ness of my body and mind I would not
IN A LITTLE WATER
Rioov th cacM, wbethar fB
Soid, frlrp. or nerrooD.
IOo.. 2 So. and SO.
OLD AT WELL-STOCKCD OHUO ITORU
erfs rst ri
DR. J. A. WALLS
21 SOUTH TENTH ST., RICHMOND. IND.
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Treats Diseases of the Throat. Lungs. Kidneys, Liv
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should Congress incorporate in the wish to nass over th name, mart with
territorial laws the ordinance of 1787, j all the anxiety and necessity which
latterly termed the Wilmot proviso, j has attended my pathway.
During the pendancy of this ques- I now enter on my sixty-fourth year,
tion in Congress large meetings, mass praying that Almighty Friend, who has
meetings and conventions were held ' i
in most of the free states and a gen-' -
eral convention was agreed upon to
meet at the city of Buffalo on the
ninth day of August, 1848. I was ap
pointed a delegate, with many others,
to attend that great gathering. The
Journey was an interesting one to me.
I left Cincinnati at 2'p. m. and arriv
ed safely at Buffalo on Monday morn
ing. Immediately after landing I em
barked on another steamer for the j
falls of Niagara, saw the passage ; R()(Jy Without Use of Alcohol
of soldiers are leaving our shores to .
instigate an insurrection in a neigh- ';
boring island, belonging to a foreign !
power, with which we are at peace. !
These indications point to our future :
destinies and prove conclusively that ;
we have departed from our ancient ;
land marks and that we are like the
nations which have preceded us. bring- j
ing on ourselves speedy destruction. j
New walnuts, extra fine, white meat,
at Price's. 25-2t
OLD FASHIONED FAMILY REMEDY
FOR COLDS AND BODY BUILDING
Father John's Medicine Cures
Colds and Builds Up the
Fort Niagara and landed on the Can
ada side at Chipaway, from there two
miles by railroad to the great falls.
Visits Niagara Falls.
I stood in mute astonishment at the
ocean of waters tumbling down that
awful cateract. I took dinner at the
Pyramid House and in the evening re
turned to Buffalo. On Tuesday the
Freesoilers came pouring in by the
hundreds and by thousands,
cars and steamboats were
crowded with free territory citizens
until the number was estimated at for
D o c t or's Prescription,
Years in Use.
Absolute Truth of This
Storv Attested Bv Guarantee
to Give $25,000.00 to Any
Railroad I C h a r i t able Institution if
literally j shown Otherwise.
Women Who Get Dizzy.
Every woman who is troubled with
fainting and dizzy spells, -backache,
headache, weakness, debility, consti
pation or kidney troubles should use
Electric Bitters. They give relief when
nothing else will, improve the health,
adding strength and vigor from the
first dose. Mrs. Laura Oaines of Av
oca, La., says: "Four doctors had given
me up, and my children and all my
friends were looking for me to die,
when my son insisted that I use Elec
tric Bitters. I did so, and they have
done me a world of good." Just try
them. oOc and . Recommended by
A. G. Luken & Co.
THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS.
Mother Gray'e Sweet Powders for Children, a
Certain relief for Feverishnest, Headache, Bad
Stomach, Teething DignrdeTg, move and regolata
the Bowels and Deatioy Wormi. They break up
colds in 44 hours. They are bo eaxant to the
taste Children like them. Over 10,000 testimonials,
Tsed by Mothers for 22 years. They never nil.
Sold by all Druggists, 25c. Sample mailed JPR&
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, ti. 7.
Father John's Medicine is a physi
Prescribed for the late Rev. Father.
John O'Brien, of Lowell, Mass., by an
eminent specialist in IS55.
Father John recommended this pre
scription to his parishioners and
friends, and in this way is became
known as Father John's Medicine.
This story is true, and we guarantee
to give $25.(tM.00 to any charitable in
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Father John's Medicine will cure
coughs, colds and all throat and lung
troubles, prevent Consumption, and
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does not contain alcohol or poisonous
Plenty of nice fresh oysters at
Price's, Standards or selects, can or
If you thinfc
thre is no truss
you can ware
with comfort or
hold your rap-
Ui.1, then see a free demonstration ot
and have your doubts removed. N
pressure in the back or on the bone in
front. No leg straps, elastic bands,
buckles or stee4 springs. Especially
for rupture low down and hard to
bold, those following operations and
navel ruptures in fleshy women. If in
terested call at
Tuesday, November 25th, 8 a.
3:30 p. m.
M. H. Brown
The Wundertruss Demonstrator
If ymi can not call, write for boolc.
136 W. 34th St.. New York City.
i HEALTH APPLIANCE CO.
In lighting any gas appliances burning Natural Gas, be sure to light the match
first and hold it as near to the burner or lighter as possible.
STRICT ATTENTION TO THIS WARNING MAY
PREVENT AN EXPLOSION.
A few users of Natural Gas have failed to make the necessary application for
its use. Please call and attend to this matter promptly as -all applications
must be in before the records and accounts can be changed.
NATURAL GAS TURNED IN
AT NOON TODAY
Richmond Light. Heat and Power Co.
This is the Season's Biggest
It is Now On in full Blast
Many wise and economical buyers were here bright and
early Saturday to take advantage of this wonderful
Suit offering. Everyone said: "They are the best
bargains we have gotten in years."
Lots of them left for you Come this week and get the
$10.00 Suits at $ 7.48
$15.00 Suits at $11.98
$20.00 Suits at $14.98
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