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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM,' WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1904.
PAGE THREE SPECIMl AtteiaMtel --.ladies - Attention? SMLE at Knoiienherst 's Store On THURSDAY MORNING we will begin a Special Sale of VI r A GREAT SACRIFICE IN PRICE V 40 Suits, S11.50 to S20, for 85.00 35 Suits, 25.00 to 835.00, for S10.00 25 Suits, 835.00 to 850.00, for 815,00 PRICES, STYLES AND MATERIALS WILL SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES A determination to reduce stock leads us to do this now when the demand for suits is greatest. Every lady interested should avail herself of this opportunity, and that right soon. ;T3ae. QEO. Hi IQTOLLHLTBEEG CCD. I 1 for Sale CHEAP! A let of second band Furniture, loves, ttc , to make room for new rival antique mahogany furinture 1 F. J. HEPNER 126 Main St., Richmond, Ind.. m ROUND TRIP ELLEN MEYER MAKES WILL REORGANIZED Final Notice to Property Owners. SEVERAL BEQUESTS FOR LIGIOUS PURPOSES RE- A MEMORIAL CHANDELIER ,o MUNCIE MARION PERU I AND ITERMEDIATE POINTS MY, OCT. 23: in leaves 10:40 a. m. i f '. ,.' turns 8:15 p. m. C. A. Blair, P. & T. A. I Home Phone 4 t. horltiand 20 ' essons v Vrsi Lesson Free ; absolutely i complete and up-to-date $ iods ; position guaranteed; $ ?ns by mail exclusively ; no in- X rence with regular occupation ; $ tlifficulties ; everything simple j clear ; indorsed by boards of X Ration and leading newspapers; X sands of graduates. Depart- J tampaign of Education, 211 2 usend Bldg., New York. I t'CIAL OFFER- $100 Scholar ship for $50. Including complete oour eesin Telegraphy, Train Despa tchiug. Railway Accounting, Locomotive Engineering and Firing, Baggageman and Brake mau. Diplomas recog nized by railroad com panies through out the United States. Graduates holding the highest po sitions in therailway ser vice. Positions furnished. Resident or Mail oours es. Euclose stamp for dress Dept. G. NS PRACTICAL RAILWAY. ELEGRAPH INSTITUTE Indianapolis! Ind. To Be Placed in St. Andrew's Cath olic Church Son and Grandson 0 Receive Remainder. The will of Ellen Meyer was filed for probate and record yesterday She directs that her executors pay to the rector of St. Andrew 's 'Catholic church of this city the following sums of money, for the 'following purposes: One hundred dollars for masses to be said for. the repose of her soul; $1 00 for masses to he said for the repose of herleceased husband, John If; Meyer; $50 for the purpose of having mass es said . for the repose of the soul of her daughter, Mary Pohlmeyer $50 for the purpose' of having masses said for the soul of her daughter," Elizabeth Swis. ? The "will specifies that all the masses be read at St. Andrew's church. The will also provides that $500 be appropriated from the estate for a -memorial , chandelier to be placed in St.' Andrew's church between the memorial windows of Angela Meyer and Maryland Henry Pohlmeyer. The will bequea4hes to St. Elizabeth's Society $iQ0 -for the poor of St. An drew's congregation and $300 to Henry Pohlmeyer. The Jit. Rev. Francis Silas Chatard, Catholic Bis hop of Indianapolis, is bequeated for the Orphan 's Home for Girls at Ter re Haute.' All the above bequests are to be paid frm the income and rentals of the deceased's property. The remainder of M the deceased's property f'fter the payment of the above bequests is to be divided, share and share alike by her son, and her grandson, Pohlmever. The Democratic Drum Corps at Cam bridge. ! The Democratise Drum Corps has been reorganized and the persons who created the trouble at Cambridge City have been asked to leave the corps, ine members deny tne report that throe -of them were locked up at Cambridge City. They say that only one member, of the r DrumCorps and twof jtersons from Cambridge City were locked up. The drum corps seems; to' have received a very bad deal at Cambridge City as the heads of ,two of 'the drums were cut out b' a -gang -of young toughs. PROGRESS. i Progress, O., October 18. Mrs. Lillie White of New Paris, delivered an interesting sermon here Sunday. Mr.' Chas. Wolford and daughter, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wolford and son, Paid, visited at Fountain City Saturday and Sunday. Miss Jessie Mills, spent Saturday night with Adda and Ora Chalfant. . - Miss Essie Short spent Sunday at home. t Willie , Coalter spent Sunday Of final acceptance by council of assess ments of benefits and damages by the city commissioners on public work. Notice is hereby given that the improvement of the west side of south th street,-' from south E street to south JI street, and the north side of south F street, from south Mh street to south Dth street, by tie construction of cement side walks thereon John H. A. Schneider, contractor), is completed, and that benefits and damages have been assessed by the city commissioners, and the final report of said city commissioners in relation to said work was filed with the common council on the l.th day of October, 11XM. The following named persons: Cornelia A. Townsend, Lewis Griswell. i "William II. Dunlng, James S. Bolander, Henry J. Klopp, Lucius H.Morse, William 1 F. Beckman, Mary Schneider. Peter (icier, i August Weegman, I'aul 1 Cieier. Charles M. Thomas, William I'etering, Vincent 11. I Jueriing, Henry Brock man, Indiana South ern Hallway Company, t'arollne Snyder, ' Catholic Church, Bernard Masman, Adolph j Blickwedel, Alagdaleiia Gleich, Caroline Bauer, Richmond School Board. I Each of you are hereby notified that on the 7th day of November, 11)04. between the 1 hours of 7::it) and 10::$0 p. m., the common council of the city of Richmond, Ind., will meet In regular session for the purpose of confirming or modifying the assessments made by the eity commissioners, that either or all of the above named persons interested in said work may appear at said meeting of the common council of the city of Richmond and make objections to such confirmation or modifications, if they so desire. By order of the common council. JOHN F. TAGGART, City Clerk. Attest: Oct. 19, 1901. Mr here. Mrs. Sarah McWhinney visited at the home of her son, Edward, Sun day. , Mrs. Jennie Kuth was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Kuth of New Paris Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCarthj" and Mr. Ed. Short and family visited at Mr. David Cails Sunday. Koe lay is numbered with the sick. Mr. Tracy and family called at Mr.' James Ray's Sunday evening. Mr.: nn"i Mrs. Stephen Kuth en joyed tea with Richmond friends Sunday. Mr. Ed Cail, wife and daughter of New Paris, Mr. Yerling Shaffer and family of Campbellstown visited Mr. ntuVMrs. Pryfogle of this nlace Sun day. Mr.'liecker and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Ray Sun day. ' Mr. BrOwn, daughter and two sons. A Little Loss ot t ampoellstown, visited at Mr. tAi of flesh and strength, it tie biking, ob- 17,'s st inafe cough and a little pain in the . -Miv-Xoms. and Miss Mills attend chest may not mean galloping con- ed c,iu,el1 h?v Sunday evening. sumption, but thev are sisrns that pru" Mr' Johnni1 McWhinney. wife and dence will not neolect. A few doses """ a"l at .Mew iiinney s of Allen's Lung Balsam cause' a free Sunbiv evening. discharge of mucus and so loosens Mr., Cooper and Miss Shaw were the cough It heals the inflamed air seen ng west Sunday evening. t 1 UCflO llQA'an.1 A !,,,..,,- .,1I,..l Yirgia and Omah Kuth Sunday. Final Xotice to Property Owners. Of final acceptance" by Council of assess ments of benefits and damages by the City Commissioners on public work. Notice is hereby given that the improve ment of the alley between south 4th street ana south 5th street, from south A street to south B street Henry Nolte contractor), is completed, and that benefits and am- ages have been assessed by the city com missioners, and the final report of said city commissioners in relation to said work was filed with the common council ou the 17th day of October, 1M4. v The following named persons: Mary Fllzabeth Knabe, Elizabeth Keith. Lafaye te Larsh, -Corinna F. Smith, Alice Q. Forkner, Mary Bullerdick, Anna Dora Besselman, Frank H.Haner, Ijiiura A. Kitsoii, Josepliine Grothaus, Har- man Uphnus, Harmon Fardick, Charlotte Schnoing, Rebecca Weaver, Jeremiah L. i Meek. Each of you are hereby notified that on the ith day of November, l'.oi, between the hours of 7::50 and 10::)U p. m., the common council of the city of Richmond, Indiana, will meet in regular session for the pur- , poe of confirming or modifying the as- J sessments made by the city commissioners, I that either or all of the above named per-I sons Interested in said work may appear at ' said meeting of the common council of the city of Richmond and make objections to such confirmation or modifications, if they so desire. By order of the common council. , JOHN F. TAGGART, Attest: Oct. 18, nm. City Clerk. I Style Quality 0 President i Washington dined at four. To members of Congress ar riving late he would say : ' My cook never asks if the visitors have arrived, but if the hour has arrived' Cool days and frosty nights have come. Do you meet them with suitable clothing? They surely make you think the hour for wearing TTOJ2 COSltS has arrived We give you the opportunity of providing yourself; should you come in and see our supply you could find just the very coat you want in the correct Style Size Shade Top Coats $18 to $20 TheJIoMhixiestcr JVIataalLiife Ins. Co SSene: J. O BARBER, General Agent, Room,1ctm1ond?I1iyd.B1,, Frank J. Ma reel 1 iu Mever R. II. passages and .all its beneficent is accomplished without a grain opium. ' work p on Uookkeeping, Stenographing and the Cotnmoiv ScluVol; studies Avill be strains her back lifting a sofa. Fath In Case of Accident. Accidents will happen.- Mother taught School, 2-lth. at the Business, College Xight which ojens Monday, Oet. er is hurt in the shop. Children are forever falling and bruising therc- 19-lwk.st jselves. , There is no preventing these things, but their "worst consequences SPECIAL 100-LADIES TAILOR are averted with Perry Davis' Pain MADE SUITS 50 PERCENT. TO 75 killer. Xo other remedy npp roaches PER CENT DISCOUNT.' SALE feE-!; it for the relief of ?ore strained GINS THURSDAY MORNING, muscles. There is but one Painkiller. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. j Perry Davis.' Final Notice to Property Owners. Of final acceptance by council of assess ments of benefits and damages by the city commissioners on public work. Notice is hereby given that the improve ment of the alley between south 2It and 22A streets, by the construction of sewer therein from the first alley south of Main street to the south line of lot No. 528otlieial map of the city of Richmond (John F. Cronin, contractor), is completed.and that benefits and damages have been assessed bv the city commissioners, and the final report of said city commi-sioners in relation to said work was filed with the common coun cil on the 17th day of October, 1WM. The following named persons: Otis Farsons, Emma E. Conlev, Horace McPheison. Julia McPherson, Frank 11. Steinkamp. H. H. C. Hasemeler, Mrs. Jacob Fahien, Edward G. Vaughan, Samuel Reid, Jai es McNeill. 0 Eacu of you are hereby notified that on the 7th day of November, mu, between the hours of 7:!W and 10::!0 p. in., the common council of the city of Richmond, Ind., will meet in regular session for the purpose of confirming or modifying the assessments made by the city commissioners, that either or all of the above named persons interest ed in said work nun appear at said meeting of the common council of thecitvof Rich mond and make objections to such confir mation or modifications, if thev so desire By order or the common council. JOHN F. TAGGART, City Clerk. Attest: Oct. 1. ls'fW. T T fn.TT.Mft..f ..... T..t. -t------t-f -t--t-- t..tt VA,A .VV WW V"i",i",l,V,i"i""Ji"I4 1 i"" Xi'Al 'I!!!' t Extra Fine Lake Fish Just received ... White Fish No. 1 Pickerel MaCkinaW TrOUt They are beauties Come and see our place and sample our goods. Courteous treatment to all. Model Fish Market 421 Mam W. T. SHMFER 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I H-M-I-M-I I I I I I I I I I H NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. The undersigned, hereby gives no tice that they have duly iiualified as the executors of the last will and testament of Ellen Meyer, deceased, late of Wayne County, Indiana. Sai.l estate is supposed to be sol vent. Frank J. Meyer. Henry J. Pohlmeyer. William H. Kelly, Attorney. Oct-19-2G nov-7. ov ERCOATS Affi RIPE' And we have a nice lot. THE CHOICEST PICKING ON THE MARKET Tbey are not of the "picked-too-sxm" variety, neither are they left over".from last season's picking. OUR OVERCOATS as well as SUITS. Trousers, Hats, Caps. etc.. are all fresh stock, of guaranteed quality. We are confident that we can s:ive you the best value for your money of any store in the city . . Seeing is believing Come and see. Wb ; Tiiamis, The Furnishers, 2v