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THE RICHMOND ; PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, vTUKSDAY, - DEC. 7, 1916
CLUBS TO PAY
PART OF WAGE
- Te- stimulate interest and arouse en
thusiasm in the ' efforts to 'secure a
county plaiting nurse, the special com-
nilttee of the Federation of Woman's
Clubs met In a called session at the
home ' of Mrs. William budley- Foulke,
yesterday: afternoon and decided toof
fer a sum of money, the exact amount
Of which has not been .decided, to sup
plement the proceeds to be obtained
through the sale of Red Cross seals.
; The: plan originated .wlth Mrs.
Foulke and. If carried out successfully
will result in the earlier appointment
of a? nurse . who wtll .visit . the various
townships, giving -health - talks - to the
people and working in co-operation
with the health officials of each town
ship. ' ' ' ' - .
; The approximate-coat of employing
i rlstttng nurse will be $1,000 and it
ti probable that the committee will
favor giving $200 or more to add to
the -seventy-five per cent of the" pro
ceeds derived from the sale of the
seals. Three-fourths of the proceeds
from-the sale will not be sufficient to
permit of the efficient action desired
by the committee, it is understood.
It is proposed to furnish the nurse
with free quarters in the' Day Nursery
to lessen the -expenses which, will ac
crue through her appointment..
The plan of the committee will place
In concrete form the suggestions of Dr.
Gofer and Dr. Perry of the United
States Department of Health who visit
ed here at the invitation of Mr. and
Mrs. Foulke some months ago.
' TAKES OUT PERMIT
7 A permit for the construction of a
warehouse to cost $19,500 was issued
to tbe Miller Bros. Hardware company
today. The building wuj ne construct
ed or DrlcK. :
Th? Second English Lutheran
church. West Third and Pearl streets,
secured a permit to construct an ad
lltlon to the church to cost $2,500. The
addition will be at the rear of the
church, and will almost double its ca
pacity. ' Last summer the rear wall
of the church building collapsed while
workmen were excavating a cellar.
Ella Wheeler secured a permit to re
pair a building In the rear of 917
Main street. The coBt of the improve
ment will be $500.
CREDITOR HUNTS CLAY
f Leland Shafer, proprietor of a Main
street restaurant, is anxious to learn
the whereabouts. of Miller Clay, to
,WflOrO. flP y.h.lQcul n rogtanWtnt at
538 I'orth Thirteenth street, and who
he says disappeared Saturday night,
owing hjm a : considerable .sum .of
nioney and taking with bim'S number
of articles belonging to Sbater.
I. Clay formerly was in the employ of
Shafer, managing a . restaurant on
North Ninth street, but wanting to go
In busines for himself, Shafer let him
have the Thirteenth street establish
CLERK ASSISTS COP
City Clerk Bescher prefers the job
he "has to being a member of the po
lice force. Heassisted Officer Vogel
song today in arresting a very large,
very obstreperous and very drunk ne
gro, in the north end. Bescher and
Vogelsong bad to sit on their captive
all the way to the city building and
then drag him Into Jail. Bescher was
induced to put - forth heroic efforts to
keep the negro under control by the
constant,. shrieks of the captive. to let
him loose so her could snoot some-
The . Brotherhood of the First Pres
by terian .church will open . its meeting
'for, the season with a six. o. clock din
ner this"evening in the church parlors.
(The meeting will be free to members
and to others cost 35 cents. '
After dinner addresses wilt be given
by -Timothy Nicholson 'on "Efficient
Men, .and by the pastor, the Rev. J.
J. Rae on- "Brotherly Brothers." Invi
tations have been mailed to the mem
bers, by N. H. Melhuisb, president, and
II. B;, Mather, secretary of the Brother
COLD DAYS CONTINUE
Only on one day last week did the
temperature fail to drop to a mini
mum far below the freezing point
Precipitation was slight, amounting to
only .09 inches on four days. The re
port of the co-operative observed fol
Sunday 51 32
Monday . . .. a5 21
Tuesdav 32 21
Wednesday . 37 28
Thursday , 35 IS
Friday 35 IS
Saturday 34 22
ARMY MAKES APPEAL
I, Circular letters havev been sent to
.business men by Ensign Van Horn of
the Salvation Army, asking money to
carry on the Christmas and winter re-,
jliet Clothes and food will also be
solicited by. the Army officials. ;
j Very little suffering has been report
led aip to the present time. A contin
uation of cold weather will result in
a greater number of calls for relief,
Ensign Van Horn believes.
CHURCH GUILD MEETS
JEATON, O., Dec. 7. Westminster
3nlld of First Presbyterian church will
lold a meeting Wednesday afternoon
it the church. Mrs. Henry Eby and
Ufa Marie O.'Leary will , be hostesses.
STATE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATE'
PERFECTS INDIANA ORGANIZATION
Tbe first meeting of the board of
directors of the Indiana - State Auto
mobile association was held at associa
tion headquarters in - Indianapolis on
Dec 1, when' the following officers
were elected : President, Walter E,
Blount, Evansvillej first vice-president,
W. B. . Foresman, Lafayette;
second vice-president,' Jl R. Whitney.
Terre Haute; third vice-president, H.
W. Boles, Elkhart; secretary-treasurer,
George H. Dilks; member ot executive
committee, W. U Sandage, Indianap
olis. The other members of the board
of directors are: ' J. O. Davis and Gott
lieb H. BIppus,: Evans ville; C. C. Hull
and Edwin W. Tatman, ConnersvlUe;
C F. Jamison, Lafayette; George A.
Elliott and Patrick J. Lynch, New
Castle; Charles E. : McKeen, Terra
Haute; F. D. Rose and Amos White-
PEOPLES' IIOr.tE AND SAVING ASSOCIATION '
READY TO OCCUPY NEW HOME NEXT MONTH
The new home of the People's Home
and Saving Association ; at 29 North
Eighth street is rapidly nearing com
pletion and if present plans do not
miscarry the company will be quarter
ed in its new home before the first
of tbe year. : ' ! -
All that remains to be done to the
building is the decorating and work
will be started on that next week- Tbe
new structure is built of gray: sand
stone extending up to the first, floor.
Above that tbe front is of buff brick
and presents a very handsome appear
ance. ". , ....
Fine Banking Quarters.
On the first floor are the banking
rooms and directly in the rear a meet
ing room for the directors. Everything
is finished in mahogany and when the
decorations are completed it will com
pare favorably with any banking room
In the city.
CLUB OPPOSES WAR
AS PEACE MEASURE
The approval of the board of direc
tors of tbe Commercial club was given
last evening to the plan to form a
mutual insurance company, as ' sug
gested by the insurance committee,
George Eggemeyer, chairman. .'The
committee made a report to the board
and stated that It seemed Impossible
to induce the . Sellers rating bureau
of Indianapolis to consider favorably
the claim for a reduction of fire in
surance rates for this city.
Since the announcement of the com
mittee several days ago that , local
business men are considering tbe for
mation of a mutual company, several
agents of insurance companies in other
cities have been in Richmond ..solicit
ing business' men. - The board - of di
rectors made no further recommenda
tion except by a motion of approval
of the stand of the committee, and in
structing the committee to continue Its
efforts to secure lower rates, and as
sist in the movement among business
men in forming a mutual company.
ABSENCE OF BRIDGE
CHANGES ROUTE A
With the exception of two miles of
road, known as the James Harris road,
south of Centerville, Route A, which
is to be covered by Howard. Elliott,
is in splendid condition. Postmaster
Beck traversed this route with Elliott
yesterday and made a detailed inspec
tion. - J--'---"
"One road has -no bridge on it," said
Postmaster, Beck. "Jt is necessaiyfjor
the carrier to retrace . bife rpute for
two miles on the' James Harris road.
The road is not extra good near Eber
soll's corner or near Pardleck's cor
ner along the creek bottom."
WILLIAMS ISSUES .
The pupils of the county and town
ship schools will celebrate the holiday
season with examinations, December
20 and 21. Examination blanks have
been sent around by County Superin
tendent Williams and they are being
delivered to tbe schools by the town
ship trustees. The semi-final examin
ations for the terms are written on ape
cial prepared tablets and filed with
the county superintendent.
The proposed county-wide conven
tion of tbe Knigbts of Pythias to stim
ulate interest and arouse enthusiasm
in the organization, will be the princi
pal subject discussed at the regular
meeting of the Couer de Lion lodge in
the temple on South Eighth street to
night. A committee will likely be ap
pointed to confer and arrange details
with the committees to be appointed
from the Triumph and lola lodges.
ASK ROAD'S VACATION.
"" The petition for the vacation of the
Von Pein road, south part 'of the city,
was presented to the county commis
sioners Saturday afternoon. The fol
lowing viewers were appointed: N. B.
Thornburg, Rudolph Miller and Ever
ett Hunt. They will report to the com
missioners next Saturday. .
TRAMPS MUST WORK
Thp nolicv of firine vagrants out of
town has been laid on the shelf by
Prosecutor Reuer. He nas discovered
that this policy encourages them to
to Richmond. From this time
on every "vag" will be prosecuted and
assigned to worn on ine county roaa
gang: Six "vags" were arraigned in
citv court today and each drew a fine
of $5 and costs.
The Franco-Prussian war lasted from
July, 1870, to May. 1871.,
ley, Jr. Muncie; T. 8. Blish and Fred
Everback, -' Seymour; -, Richard Sedg
wick and Stanley Hayes,' Richmond;
W. H: "Foster, Elkhart; O. H. Blnns.
Leganspbrt; W. J. Fulton s and' L. W.
Nichols, Gary;, C. E Barnholt and H.
K. Brown, Valparaiso; Charles J. Oval,
Indianapolis:' ?"- V , . V w I": 't-:"-The
Indiana State Automobile assoc
iation has now perfected its state-wide
organization and-1 stands - one ; of ;' the
largest and strongest state automobile
associations in the middle west, with
affiliated clubs . in - the - larger .cities
and towns of the state such as Evans
vllle, - Teite '. Haute, Richmond, ' Lafay"
ette, Uart, Logaasport, , Muncie,
New ' Castle. . ConnersvlUe, Seymour,
Rushville,. Gary, and Valparaiso and
clubs in process of organization In a
half dosen other cities. . - ,
In the rear there is. a large vault
fitted with a timelock and all the lat
est devices making . it both burglar
and fire proof. , In' the vault are rows
of safety deposit ( boxes in which , to
store valuables- The ; directors room
while not completed will be fitted up
in a manner in keeping with the rest
of the building. A large fireplace is
one of the features. .
On the second floor there are a num
ber of offices well lighted and venti
lated which will be rented. ' A steam
beating plant has been installed and
a drinking fountain placed in tbe
lobby. - The new. building when com
pleted will be a credit-to Richmond as
well as the association and an acqui
sition to tbe financial institutions7 of
the city. . . ' : ' ' v i .',".
ALTER STOPPING' POINT
" - After Dec. 9," street , cars in Rich
mond will stop on the near-side of the
street, Superintendent Gordon an
nounced today. '
Tor many years, Richmond has been
one of the few . cities in the state
where the street cars stop for passen
gers on the far-side of the street and
it has been a great ; Inconvenience to
visitors in the city unacquainted with
the regulations of the local street car
company. Superintendent Gordon said
today : that the . demand for a chance
has come from many sources in the
AGED FORGER FREED
George Wright, a man over 60 years
old who was arrested several days
ago on a charge of having passed a
forged check; was released today and
sent to the home of his sister, Mrs
Lizzie Jones, Peebles, Adams county,
Ohio. She wrote that her brother had
been confined In Insane hospitals sev
eral times and was not responsible for
bis actions. She urged that he be sent
to her home, promising to take care of
FOREIGN FUND GROWS
Extent of tbe contributions given
during the annual canvass for foreign
work funds being conducted by the
members of the foreign work commit
t of whichtH-R. Rebinson -Is chair
man and 'the board'of directors -of, the
M. - C; "&. indicated, tdjajr thalr i
Satisfactory amount would be raised.
The ' money contributed will be used
to defray expenses of the traveling
building secretary in China. J. M
Clinton of the International commit
tee who was here to assist in the can
vass has left the city.
CONFER PAGE RANK
AT COUNTY SESSION
A centennial page rank class will be
a feature of the . proposed county-wide,
one-day meeting of 'the Knigbts of
Pythias lodges which will probably be
held in- Richmond some time during
the week of February 14.
The. meeting will be beld in conjunc
tion with the state centennial celebra
tion and will serve, too, to commemor
ate the organization of the Knights
of Pythias lodge on February 19, firty
two years ago. v
With a county membersh of ap
proximately 2,000, many hundreds of
Knights of Pythias are expected to par
ticipate in this meeting. ' An address
and ' a banquet will probably be in
cluded in tbe program. ,
TO AID TRAVELER
A man giving his name as St.: Clair
and claiming he was a journeyman un
ion, painter appealed to William Fahl
sing, head of the local painters' union.
He first' asserted, that be was a-member
of Local 106 at St. Louis and then
changed it to Local 106, Oakland, Cal.
Local 106 is really located at'Duluth.
Fahlsing is notifying union- men to re
fuse the man assistance. ,
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ASK EXPERT'S ADVICE
ON SCHOOL REVISION
' Prof. W. W. Black, of Indiana uni
versity, will be asked to take over the
work of making a preliminary investi
gation regarding the advisability of
changing the entire school system of
the county. . He will.be authorized by
the committee from the state teacher
association at its first- called meeting
Thursday morning at tbe Severin hotel
Indianapolis. , Superintendent. Williams
is chairman of the committee.
", EXECUTE tOO BULQAKIAN8 :,
LONDON.- Dec.-7. Three' hdred
Bulgarian soldiers of an Infantir
ment which 'mutinied' when ordered to
Gallipoli to fight with the Turkf . were
immediately snot, aeoqrdlng to a cen
tral New 'dispatch received,- her to
day. V .' ' ' ;
aSTFONE t ALLlNO' DUMA
PETJIOOBAD; Dec.. 7. Pending" the
completion of thebudget and the de
cision of the - great , military ' confer
ence now In , progress ? tai Paria,' Em
Lperor Nicholas , has postponed , Indef
initely, the reconvening of the council
of the empire and the duma. " ':' - - ' '
1''-" TJOOO MEN LOST fN tlVJA' V
: BUCHAREST via' Amsterdam; Dec
7. According to. estimates from Ger
man sources. . the' central . powers ; lost
only seven thousand men in the" Ser
vian cmpIgn; ;m - v
OCCUPY MONA8TIR " '"" r
ATHENS, Dec. 7.' Part of the main
German and Bulgarian armies entered
Monastir Monday evening, according
to reports received here.
BRITISH STEAMER SUNK
" LONDON. ; Dec. ' 7.4-Five British of
ficers'and forty-seven Laacars are be
uevea to nave perisned when. tne Brit
ish steamship . Umeta ; was sunk .by "a
Teutonic submarine. V Forty-nine sur
vivors arrived ; at Malta .toqay. .
ENTRE NOUS CLUB MAKES
- Arrangements . are being made for
the annual New rears party of the
Entre Nous club by a committee com'
posed of Mat Klute, Charles. Kremeler,
Ray Street, Ed Helmlcb and Ed Lich
tenfels. 1 The annual dinner is one of
the features . of club affairs" and . hospi
tality. Is extended to. the city official's
and a few Invited guests. .
BILLS' ARE ALLOWED'
At the call of Superintendent J. T.
Giles, members of the' Richmond board
of : education - met . in business : session
yesterday : afternoon in the superin
tendent's office and allowed bills. Only
routine business, was transacted.
ASKS APPOINTMENT ' '
FOR PEACE JUSTICE
- The county commissioners have been
petitioned to make an appointment of
a justice of the peace for Jefferson
township. At present " there ' is' only
one Justice In the' township. and the
petitioners are - anxious to . have Mer
ton Grills appointed to the office: The
names of twenty Jefferson township
voters were on the petition. .
BOARD OF DIRECTORS '
PLANS DORM DINNER
Arrangements are- being completed
for the supper which will be served to
the dormitory men of the Y. M. C. A.
in the restaurant . ot the association
Wednesday evening. 'The supper is
given by tbe board of .'directors. .- Sec
retary Learner today was unable to
estimate the number of residents 'of
the "Y" who will be present
TO MAKE REPORT
Departmental secretaries of the Y.
M.' C: A. are writing their monthly re
ports which they will submit to the
board of directors of 'the association
which meets . Friday night.
A new report this month will be
tbat of O. A. Hughbanks, newly ap
pointed membership. secretary. Other
reports will be made by J. J. Somer-
yille head of the Boys department, A.
W. Roach, physical .director and E. M.
Learner, general secretary.
TO CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Under the auspices -of the Central
Christian"- church, an . entertainment
wllh be given at' that Church- by J'The
Dleetncs" on Thursday, night. Decern
ber 9.' The Dietrics are magicians,
musicians and entertainers and come
here under the direction of the Scorer
Lyceumbureau of Philadelphia.
FIRE AT SPRINGFIELD !-
DOES. $28900 DAMAGE
. SPRINGFIELD, 111,, Dec. 7. Fire
which broke out at 10:45 a., m. in the
basement of tbe ' Boston store, ' a big
department store, imperilled more than
a hundred lives and at noon threaten
ed to destroy the . entire ' block. ' ' At
that hoyr 'the loss was estimated at
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sion law, and he sfld he thought it
would be advisable to apply the. same
law to Richmond teachers. .
"Why?" inquired Councilman Carter.
"If Richmond does pot do so there
may1, be an Incentive for : Richmond
teachers to seek ' employment In the
county schools." Mr. Williams replied-
"May I ask' what the average wage
of a county, teacher is?" said Dr. John
ston. .'' ' , '
"About $600 a year." replied Mr.
Williams. .-, . ', '-:'. : -,4
"Then, after forty years service, a
XMAS CARDS 5
829 MAIN STREET.
county teacher could retire on a pen
sien of $700 a year; isn't that a factr
inquired. Dr. Jehnstoa. 1 . -Ti -,
trjan.T answered Mr. Williams.
"So, your, teachers are worth more
when they are not able to. work than
when they can work." continued Dr.
Johnston. --c---, c-.--- -ri-i
iMayor Robblns called upon Wijfred
Jesup. attorney for the school beard,
to give his opinions. nd Mr. Jessue
promptly censnred the county for pro
vidlng the pension, system for its
teachers.. The principle of teachers
Pensions Is right: 1U application un
der existing law nil wrong he; said. '
-f ' Leg if latere' BuMled.
Jessiip then asserted .that the pres
ent law was drafted by a committee
representing the state teachers: ssso
elation and that a hbjh scait of wages
was provided for ret&ed teachers with
the expectation tbat , the legislature
would pare down the scale. Instead, lie
aid. the legislature railroaded the bill
through without making ariy changes,
to the astonishment of the authors of
the bill: t r ..t:v .
-Prof. Ramsey, doubted the accuracy
pf Mr. Jesaup's assertion whereupon
Jessup declared that he could substan
tiate, bfs charge by Prof. Giles, or by
Prof. Moore. : Giles confirmed Jesaup's
assertten. ' 1 r. -.
attended the same committee
meeting with . Mr. Giles,- just before
the bill Was submitted to tbe legisla
ture, but I do not care to discuss what
took place," remarked Mr. Williams.
He then asked that the discussion be
postponed until Mr. Moore came to
address council. . "You know the teach
ers are not in a position to defend
themselves,? he said. .
A Councilman' Handley promptly took
the floor and remarked that as be un
derstood' the law it would be possible
for Prof. Ramsey to retire in. fifteen
years "when he would still be In the
prime of life, which' would be outrage
ous, to.my way of looking at It."
, Remark tyettles Ramsey.
Somewbat nettled. Pr. Ramsey re
marked' that he 'thought it; somewhat
unfair to Insinuate that he would re
tire on a pension as soon as he had
an opportunity to do so." Several mem
bers of my family were ' soldiers' and
npt one of them ever asked tbe gov
ernment for. a pension," he said. "I
would work as long as I was able to
dp so and I think every other teacher
would do. likewise."
,The discussion of pensions for teach
ers was opened by Conncilman Stein
brink who said he thought rl every
councilman should call a meeting of
his ' constituents in his ward to discuss
the que8tiod. Councilman O'Neal said
his sympathies-went out to all people
who had passed the age of usefulness
but he questioned the advisability of
taxing the people to pension such pec-
"The pension idea is a good one."
remarked Councilman Handley, "but it
should not be extended only to cer
tain classes 1 favor pension for sol
diers, but I do not believe the. govern
ment ' pays , tbe 1 average soldier, who
fought for - his country, any $600 or
$700 a year, as Is proposed for the
teachers. I also believe that the age
f o 55 ' years . is too young for a person
to retire from active service, but the
teacher, under the law, can retire at
that age on $600 a year, and: she has
only paid .in that, sum to the pension
fund during her. thirty-five years of
service. . This. is. a question. which ef.
fects more InteresU than those of the
teaching class. -
Thirteen Could Retire,
v Supt Giles, at tbe request of Hand
ley, said that on January 1, 1917, thir
teen teachers would be eligible to re
tire and at that time there would be
$30,000 paid into tbe pension fund by
teachers if all the teachers paid in
full their arrearages and did not at
tempt to take advantage of that pro
vision of the law permlttins them to
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pairing;. Phone 2095.
USE COOPER'S BLEND
Christmas Savings Out)
Was MaiSIled YetsfteMaiy
If It Does Not Reach You Promptly, Notify Us.
WE WISH TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR ACCOUNT AND EX
TEND YOU A CORDIAL INVITATION TO BECOME MEMBERS OF
.OUR 1916 CLUB, WHICH IS NOW OPEN.
ToVtHOSE OR VOU, WHO, THROUGH LACK OF EMPLOY
MENT OR OTHER REASONS, WERE UNABLE TO KEEP UP YOUR
PAYMENTS, WE SUGGEST THAT YOU JOIN AGAIN THIS YEAR.
IT IS THE PERSISTENT STICK-TO-IT-IVNESS THAT COUNTS IN
0 - MENT OR OTHER REASONS, WERE UNABLE TO KEEP UP YOUR 0
fit PAYMENTS, WE SUGGEST THAT YOU JOIN AGAIN THIS YEAR. g
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Tbe. Home of Cbristanos Savings"
CosTuSr Seventh and Male Streets
pay one-fifth of their arrearages each
, Handley then estimated that, if the
law r was applied locally the. first of
next . year, those teachers . eligible to
retire'' the following year would, the
first. twelve months, withdraw $9.70
front -the . $30,000 fond and that only
$2,100 would be paid into it by active
teachers during thafyeer. J "
. 1 may. be wrong, but the way I fig
ure it if two-third more is going to
be withdrawn from the fund annually
than is paid into it it will only be a
abort time before tbe fund has to be
maintained by the taxpayers," he said.
- Teachers declare that Mr. Handley
has not made correct estimates and
that Mr. Moore will be able to show
that teachers pensions' .will be no bur
den to the taxpayers. -
President Bavis of the itoard of pub
lic works, also spoke In opposition to
a .local application of the teachers
pension law. - He questioned the con
stitutionality oi the measure. '"
"I would; 1f I could, pay you teach
ers salaries commensurate with your
work." - he said. . . "I think pensions
would have a tendency to pauperize
3d to discourage frugality on your
rt. If tbe taxpayer is expected to
pay out $$.000 for every $600 you pay
into your .pension, fund, isnt that a
little selfish of you? .
"I do not hesitate to say that in
my opinion you teachers are under
paid. I think if you were paid what
you were worth there would be no
necessity for pensioning you In your
HOW THIN PEOPLE
CAN PUT ON FLESH
. Thin men and women that - big,
hearty, tiling : dinner -you -ate- last
night. What became of all tbe fat
producing nourishment ft contained?
You havn't gained In weight one
ounce. Tbat food passed from your
body like unburn ed coal through. an
open grate. The material was there,
but 'your food doesn't work and stick,
and tbe plain truth is you hardly get
enough nourishment from your meals
to pay for the cost of cooking. This
is true of thin folks the world over.
Your nutritive organs, your functions
of assimilation, are probably sadly
out ot gear and need reconstruction.
Cut out the foolish foods and funny
sawduBt diets. Cut out everything but
the meals you are eating and eat with
every one of those a .ingle Sargol
tablet. In two weeks note the differ
ence. Let the scales be the judge.
Five to eight good solid pounds of
healthy, "stay-there" fat may be tbe
net result.' Sargol alma to charge
weak, stagnant blood with millions of
fresh new red blooc corpuscles to
give the blood the carrying power to
deliver every ounce of fat-making
material in your food to every part of
your body. Sargol. too, mixes with
your food, to prepare It for the blood
in an easily asslmlllated form. Thin
people tell bow they have gained all
the way from 10 to 25 pounds a month
while taking Sargol and say that the
new" flesh stays put. Sargol tablets
are a careful combination of six of
the best assimilative elements known
to chemistry. - They-come 40 tablets
to a package, are pleasant, harmless
and Inexpensive, and Tbtstlethwalte of
Richmond, " Ind and all other good
druggists in this vicinity sell them
subject to an absolute guarantee of
weight Increase or money back as
found in every large package. Adv.
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Wstches Cuff Links Tie Claapa
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j Fobs Bracelets Manicure Toilet
La Valuers Bracelet Watchss Sets
12 Dozen Ladles', Men's. Misses Signet Rings, highest C a
grade, gold filled, guaranteed tUC
LARGEST SELECTION EXCLUSIVE STYLES
; See Window Display
SAM VIGRAN, 512 Main St
OUR BIG DAY
' la resmease te recent
wheveta" Professor sCoajrea
teed te lefead the sneaar-Ui every .
lasts woo waere-fcls rawstles fall te"
give satUfactlea, ptoses with all
sort ot ailments called (or SU aorta .
ef his resMdlea. Tae Ma eeanaad,
however, seems CO be far his "Paw- "
Paw Laxative- PUIa. They're -ear
. islnly givlnc settetactlett. Oae a-.
Oted person tells another mt their. .
curative quallUe and se tbe de
waste to cootlnoo to Impress
upon everr poreoa who easfero with
stomach er liTer ailments, and par'
tlcularty all constipated people, to
trr Paw-Paw Lasattve PUIa. Ho
sera ther eorroct iadle-aotton al
achool tbe feowvla to afct evenr ev
' Ja a aatwral way. - If your eomples- -
Ian la had. it vati kM Jlnv
It yoe are bilious and It yoa have
- impare ieooV get a -eettle of thoae '
i Plli. with tke eaeerstaaainc- that
r it you are not aaUs yovr aaoney '
will be returned. No griping; no ,
weakening effect, jast-a pleasast
natural movement every dar-' Tee
' at well alaioot unconactooalr. &ro- '
taoaor Munyon warns the smelte..
,acalast U)o nee ot the oMtaahtened .
cathartics, which scour and dtbTO
tata. If yon have an acne or pain if '
any kind, yoe bttw cotao te aa try
forget that we are carrylas' his Wlteh' '
sold at la cents a cake.
For sale by Thlstlethwaltes Four Drug
Stores, 6th and Main. 8th and N. E.
8th and S. E and 914 Main; Leo H.
Fihe, 83$ Main St. .
BLANKETS AND ROBES
High quality and reasonable prices in
the Famous 5-A Horse Blanketa: aad
Robes. They are double weave end
very strong. By all means buy. a 6-A
uianaei or ttooe ax
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BIRCK'S HARNESS. STORE, -
509 Main Street. -
Central Christian Church.
Ttmlay Ml Dee. 9
lVlafcians and Musical
In a program replete with nov
elties and surprises, and entire
ly different from the usual You
will enjoy. Benefit C. B. A.
ADMISSION 10c AND 25c