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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND. SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1922.
SONG BIRD CHORUS
: IS ALARM CLOCK FOR
- CAMBRIDGE BACHELOR
. . (Special to Tb Palladium)
: CAMBRIDGE CITY. Ind, Nor. IS.
t ; Casper Schaefer, a Cambridge Cit7
'. bachelor, has a chorus ot song birds
" for an alarm clock. Every morning he
: is awakened from his slumbers by
: feathered pets who sing on his window
sill and peck upon the window pane
""" Mr. Schaefer has cultivated tha
, -friendship of birds for many years and
; at any time representatives of prao-
tically ell of the species common io
the locality can be found on the lawn
of his home or la his garden.
; Mr. 'Schaefer has placed a nrajber
of toy tables about his lawn and every
day he places bird food on the tables,
which are immediately taken posses
sion of by his little friends. A num
ber of the birds eat from his hands.
m m Friends of Charles Melbourn, who,
L'haa just returned, from a hunting trip
Z :in Canada, have been enjoying some of
S "his venison "feeds." '; - One of the
Z Itrophies of; Mr. Melbonrn's gun was
a moose, a hind quarter of which hs
" 'brought home. He also brought the
carcass of a deer.
- Rapid progress has been made In
"recent weeks in the construction of
the new Jackson township high school
: It is . probable that the building will
"be completed in about three months.
-It is to be one of the largest and most
motiren townsaip scaoois la eastern
1Z The play, "Windmills of Holland,'
2 Tan operetta, will be presented at the
ijlurst opera house next Tuesday eve-
;,ning under the auspices of the music
- department of the local schools. The
2 -director of the production Is Harold
" -G, Freeland, and he has selected th J
-cast from school pupils. ,; . ,
? The revival campaign being conduct
's "ed at the Methodist church has en-
. " : tared its second week and all of the
Z ' rarvices are being largely attended
I "The revival is being conducted by
MONCf CIRCULATION NOW frtUkPEB CAPFIA.
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COPYRIGHT-t9g? 'gVy SCIENCE SP?V1CC . WASHINGTON. C .
the Rev. Naftiger. Although it. i3 W
ing held under the auspices - of the
Methodist church it is a community
revival and members of all denom
nations are invited to attend the serv
ices. One of the features, of the re
vival has been the singing of the
chorus, directed by James Campbell.
For Saturday night Dr. Ndftzgerhas
arranged a program of especial inter
est to boys and girls and a large at
tendance is expected. There will be
games and singing. A number of bovs
have organized a "ragtime" band for
the occasion. Every child who attends
will receive a Bouvenir.
E ETHEL AID SOCIETY
. ' ' WILL HOLD MARKET
BETHEL, Ind., Nov. 16. The La
dles Aid society of the Bethel church
will hold a market and a bazaar in
Richmond, at the First National bank.
Saturday, Nov. 25. Choice country
produce and " numerous articles of
wearing apparel will be offered for
Executives Pay Visit
To Conner sviUe Plant
CONNERSVILLE, Ind, Nov. 16.-
The Hydro-Electric company equip
ment and property were inspected Wed-
day by Martin Insull, chief executive
of the Midwest Utilities corporation,
of Chicago. He was accompanied by
Harry Reid of Indianapolis, president
of the Interstate PubHc Service com
pany. They were shown the local plant
by William Insull, nephew of the Chi
cago executive, and manager of the
Conn era villa plant. A dlnnen was
given the visitors by the local Cham
ber of Commerce.
Goddard, Of Ohio State
University To Address
Sixth District Teachers
Dr. H. H. Goddard, of Ohio State
university, win speak on "The Intelli
gence of School Children," at the an
nual meeting of Sixth Indiana District
Teachers' association in the Morton
high school building, Saturday, Deo. 9.
Supt Roudebusch,- president of Han
cock county teachers association, will
preside over the meeting.
C. O. Williams is secretary-treasurer
of the association and N. C. Heironi
mous is chairman of the executive
Miss Floy Carroll, Richmond teacher.
will talk on, "Place of General Sci
ence in the High School." Miss Anna
Bradbury, Richmond, will speak on,
"Some Problems of Beginning Span
ish." "Future Status of French in the
High School, will be discussed by E.
C. Cline. principal of Morton h!h
B. M. Swinford, Richmond, will dis
cuss, "The Salesmanship Course.
"A First Year Course in Mechanical
Drawing," will be exnlained by Daniel
Green, vocational director of Rich
mond public schools. Miss Mary Long
head. Richmond, will talk on "The El
ementary Schools." - Miss Blanche
Walte. head of the art department of
Morton high school, will talk on "Ap
preciation vs. Ability to Execute."
Other talks will be made by mem
bers of the associatiotTln the vicinity
In the afternoon, a general associa
tion assembly will be held in the high
pchool auditorium at 1:30 o'clock. The
Morton high school orchestra will give
a concert. General business ox tne as
sociation will then be disposed of and
the address of the afternoon will be
made by Dr. H.'H. Goddard, of Ohio
TO ADDRESS MILTON
FATHERS AND SONS
MILTON, Ind, Nov. 16. Tonight
is to be a trig one for every dad and
every boy in Milton. A large part of
the male population is expected to
participate in the "father and eon"
banquet which will be served at the
Masonic hall by the Ladles' Aid so
ciety of the Methodist church.
Governor Warren T. MeCray will
be the guest of honor and he will de
liver an address after the banquet
has been served. It has been many
years since Milton has entertained a
governor of Indiana, and Governor
McCray is assured an enthusiastic
welcome when he arrives here late
in the afternoon.
The older residents of Milton have
been interested in the announcement
of the election of John Callaway Wal-
Nearly twenty times as many volun
teer officers were disabled in the
world war as regular army officers.
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At 'this price where
is the man who can't
Let Fatima smokers
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join Our &Bnmawjck
Many Christmas phonograph owners have joined this
club. It is not too late to start now. Select the type
Brunswick you prefer and pay a small payment down.
Then each week add a little toward the balance, and on
Christmas eve we will deliver your Brunswick to your
home. Brunswick Records are so popular it is hard to
keeR a large supply on hand of the latest releases.
Make your selection today.
$1.00 Reserves Any Brunswick
You May Choose
These Prices for FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
We will give two extra 25 cent Profit Sharing Coupons
with each $1.0Q purchase and one Coupon worth one
hundred 25 cent Coupons with a purchase of $5.00
Franklin $11 R2
25 lbs., Bulk
Carpenter's Flour, 24 lbs. .79c
Royal Baking Powder, 1-lb. can 43c
Bulk Cocoa, per lb 15c
Mixed Tea, per V2 lb. - 25c
..... . . 25c
Santos Peaberry Coffee, 2 lbs.
Our Special Blend Coffee, lb.
Bulk Macaroni, per lb. ......
New Corn Meal, 5 lbs. . ......
New Bulk Oats, per lb.
New Bulk Sauer Kraut, lb.;. ....
Holland Herring, Milkers, 4 for
Milks are all up. Your last chance at this price.
PET or CARNATION, per can 10c
We recommend FoultTs
as the best on the market
Cabbage, per lb. . . 2c
Carrots, per lb. . . .5c
Turnips, per lb. . . . 5c
Onions, per lb. ... 4c
Potatoes, per peck 25c
Potatoes, per bu. 95c
Celery, 2 bunches . 15c
Lettuce, per lb. . . 20c
Grimes Golden Apples,
3 lbs. for 25c
Good Cooking Apples,
5 lbs. for 25c
Sweet Potatoes, lb. 4 c
Rub-No-More Soap 5 bars 24c
QUAKER INSTANT OATS, pkg. . . lie
MAPLE KARO SYRUP, 1 gallon ... .75c
PICNIC HAMS, 4 to 5-lb. average, lb. . 16V2C
FRANKLIN SUGAR CORN, 2 cans. .25c
NUT TOP FUDGE, per lb 25c
WE REDEEM COUPONS
24 lbs., 79c
24 lbs., $1.05
24 lbs., $1.15
Freeh shacked, clean, solid pack
35c per Pint
70c per Quart
Place yoar order now for
25c pound on foot
15c for dressing
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when my mother gave her the Favor
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V . ' .
n you are run-aown. nervous, see
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iorm. Ail arugglsta. Advertisement.
ton -as governor of Oklahoma. He Is
the son of & former Milton woman,
Mrs. TMim Walton, daughter of the
late John Callaway. The governor
elect of Oklahoma was the candidate
on the farmer-labor ticket. He has
announced that his inaugural ball will
not be a dress suit, evening gown
affair. Those who attend It are ex
pected to be attired, in their , working
Owing to the etsarcity of residential
Make Cuticura Your
Daily .Toilet Soap
Clear the pores of Imparities by
daily use of Cuticura Soap and oc
casional touches of Cuticura Oint
ment as needed. They axe Ideal for
the toilet as is also Cuticura Talcum
for powdering aad perfuming. -
So. OiMMt a Ml W. Uia &M.
S&7"Caicm ikm witbaat ml.
seekers are making efforts to secure
houses in Milton. In many Instanced
the offers which Oonnersville -people
have made lor Milton properties are
double the prevailing rents.
Colds or Influenza
and as a
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Guaranteed Quality and Service
Henley Bldg. N.16th oV R.R. Ph. 8452
Cylinders Reground. Pistons. Pins
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I Richmond Electric I
1 1028 Main St
It's Time To Buy That
Especially that gift of Jewelry
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623 Main St
Best Place to
at the remarkable way m which
Mjhwwu engineers have broeght
oompiete convrrtihility into the
Phaetoa. In 3D minutes k con be
taxaed into either sedan or tour-
one, but only
the price of
car. See this
It is today's
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1115 Main St Phone 2121
NORDYKE & MARMON COMPANY
Established 1851 u INDIANAPOLIS
in "to1. m m
means two ears fat X
UtS more thaa Vft J
the standard touring U
future-type car now.
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Here's Fit and Fashion
for Men of Extra Size
F YOU are a man who wasn't moulded
a perfect Appolo, we don't apologize for
not having your size ; we provide a suit to
your proportions, whatever variation that
may take extra height, extra girth, slim
ness or shortness.
Nor are you asked to pay a price-premium
or pin your preference down to a narrow
variety. We've all becoming models in
the fabrics you'll fancy hard-finished
worsteds, tweeds, cassimeres, serges
neat stripes, checks, mixtures and plain
colors. A special value group at
Others $20 to $35
920-926 Main Street
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