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RICHMNOD DAILY PALLADIUM, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMIER 5, 1904.
Lumbago is cured by Sold by all ists. The Athlophoros. Co., ur c. c, Mierce K Dr. L. 8. Chenoweth Rooms 44-45, Colonial Third Floor Elevator. J. ZEYEN : Merchant No. 516 The oldest and most reliable tailor establishment ill l ie uii-jr. vji uuiaiibcc cvcijf B"1 uiciit xxxcu.c Prices to suit the times. New Fall Stock Received. SPPYIGt If kmos Sold on iniios for Rent ianos Tuned iano Gloving BOTH PHONES 346 935 MAIN ST. The STARR PIANO CO. I-frMIM"M MM I"!1 M"I"I tRF-QPENED I The Schneider Carriage 1 1 ' Factory 4Has r- opened at 47 N. 8th St.V Repairing, painting and rubber! jf tiring a specialty. New work made to order. Looked For in high gra !e ,luudry'work is found in that done bv al ways Richmond Steam Laundry Goods re nia-'e absolutely clean, and are beautifully finished. We use the best cleansing age and as they re frte from detractive tiou, goods are not worn out. We invite a trial order. It will result in satisfaction. Carpet t leaning a specialty. I). W. Walters, Prop. ' What is r 18 Main Street. Phones Ml. Send for Free Booklet to New Haven, Conn. DENTISTS Building. Home phone 1637 & BRO. Tailors Main St. FOR TIIR FAMILY DINNER. When you need a hot oven or when baking bread, cake or pastry, good coal is a necessity. Any coal comine from J. H. MENKE'S yard will always be found satisfactory. Our superior egg or furnace cod, our fine cook stove coal, or chestnut for your parlor stove or range is the best and cleanest that cun be procured. J. H- IWenke, Home Phone 702 Bell Thone 135-R. 102-101 FT. WAYNE AVE. Easy Payments What Are You Look ing For? An auctioneer to cry your sale? Get T. R. WO OI) HURST, Phone 491. He is all right. FOR SALE Minimal stock of Pure Bred Barred Plym outh Rock Chickens rbreeders. Phone 638 The best strain kco. " O. E. Fulghum MONEY TO LOAN. 5 and 6 per cent. Interest FIRE INSURANCE In the leading companies. Manager? for the EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of New York. THE OJJMM AGENCY Room 3, Vanghan Bids ASSOCIATED CHARITIES The Annual Donation For This In stitution of Our City. This undenominational and inter denominational institution of our city is doing a work, which must commend itself to every thoughtful citizen. It is wholly a work of love and charity on the part of those who are conducting its affairs, and yet it is a work gladly done for the good of the needy, and the general wel fare of our city. The latter thought I wish to emphasize for we want our citizens to realize, if possible, what those think of the work that is being done, who come, from one standpoint at least, most closely in contact with it. I come frequently in contact with our Chief of Police, Mr. Gormon, and he always gpeaks in the highest terms of praise of the work which is being done, and of the assistance which our City Missionary, Mrs. Candler, is giving to tneir work. Recently 1 had a talk with Judge Fox, and the same is true of him. If it were in his power, he would glad ly assist the work out of the Coun ty Treasury, because he feels con vinced that it would be a very pro fitable 'expenditure. But these men come in contact Avith this Avork only from one stand point. Their part refers only to the violation of law, and the enforce ment of law. We who are engaged in this Avork do not regard this as the greatest part of the Avork. We endeavor to make conditions, such that the law Avill not be violated. The Gospel of Jesus Christ rises above the law. Whilst Ave look after the bodily interests of these people seeing to iti that they are wanned and fed, Ave come to them also with the bread of life. When the people once accept this, they Avill very soon come into a condition -to pro vide for the bodily bread. The ob ject is to lift the people nearer to Christ. There is also another aim in our work, Avhich must commend it self to our people, especially to bus iness men. That there arc parties constantly going about, imposing themselves upon the charity of our business houses, is only too true. Now, Ave Avould ask the coopera tion of our business men in this mat ter asking thejn to refer all such cases to our city missionary for in vestigation, and yet you will find that at least one half of those cases f iv frauds. But by doing this Ave Avill find out who ought to receiA-e help and Avho not. We Avould ask the same of our citizens generally. If any one comes around begging from house to house, send them to the headquarters of the Associated Charities, and Ave promise to do Avhat is right. kV7y A lit! I UV. U (lilt VMIL LillV HO to do, in order that Ave may be able to carry on this work financially, is to help us in that respect. Letters are being sent out iioav. Some of you Avill receive one, asking you to help us. Will you not respond to this generously and promptly. Do not delay unduly. We need your help, and I am sure you need our help; let us then help each other, doing Avhat Ave ought for the poor and needy, and also to rid ousrelves of impostors. It is possible that there are such Avho Avould gladly help us financially Avho Avill not receive any appeal oth er than this. Will you not send us vour contribution as well? Send it to Mrs. D. L. Mather, 320 North Twelfth Street. C. Iluber. President. Attention Sir Knights. Richmond Commandery. No. S, Knights Templar, stated conclave Monday evening. 7:30. A full at tendance desired. O. H. Lane. E. C. T. W. O. Brnffetr, Recorder. Cedar Springs Health Resort. The management of tins health re sort be.ir to announce that they have secured the services of Mrs. J. ). Plieis, a practical bath expert, to take charge of ladies' bath. Mrs. Pheis is an export in her line and re quests the continuance of patronage j of her Richmond ladv friends house always open. ne is prepared to crive iaeial mas- ertv 0f j0un () Ieek and Anna sage and treat all kinds of diseases eVk, his wife, to satisfy said de of the scalp. Will also treat obesity, j cree jn niy lian,is j favor 0f Union rheumatism, Bright 's disease, all Loan ana Trust Companv. kinds of skin eruptions and all dis-j Said sa. without relief from val- eases that can be benehtted or! cured by hydrotherapliy, 1-tu-tr-sat 1 Bears the 3 Kin(1 "39 Bought SPEER9 PORT GRAPE WINE ALSO OLD BURGUNDY WINE And -tctcic Climax brandy. SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE NINE YEARS OLD. THIS CELEBRATED WINE is the pure Juice of the Oporto Grape, raised in 8peer'a vine yards, and left ban (ring; until they shrink and part ly raitiin before gathering:. It is invaluable Tonic and Strengthening Properties) re unsurpassed by anr other wines in the world. being produced under Mr. Bpear's personal super vision, at his own vineyards, the past forty years. Its purity and genuineness are guarantee Drincipal Hospitals and Boards of Ilea a i Lave examined it. It is particularly beneficial to the aged, debilitated and the weaker sex. I n every resiiect it is A WINE TO BE RELIED ON. See that the signature of Alfred Bpekr, Fas saie, N. J., is over the cork of each bottle. Sneer's (Socialite) Claret Is held in high estimation for its richness as a Dry Table Wine, specially suited for dinner use. Speer's P.J. Sherry- is a wine of Superior Character and partakes of the rich qualities of the grape from which it is made. Speers Climax Brandy IS A PURE distillation f the grape, and 6tandg Unrivaled in this country for medicinal purposes, and equal ia every respect to the high price Old Cognac Brandies or France, from which it cannot be distinguished. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS ANT GROCERS WHO KEEP FIRST CLASS WIXE& Only Six Weeks More via Pennsylvania Lines. Through pas senger service both Avays between Richmond, Inch, and St. Louis. h rough trains leave Richmond, Ind., 5:05 a. m., 10:15 a. m., 1:25 p. m., 10:30 p. m. daily. Tickets over Pennsvlvania Lines reading through St. Louis to points west permit ten days' stop-over at St. Louis upon payment, of $1.00 fee ticket. C. W. Elmer, for validating Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind., Avill give full par ticulars. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a decree and execu tion to me directed from the Clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court, I Avill expose at Public. Sale, at the court house door in the city of Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana, on the 20th day of November, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. in., on said day, the following prop erty, to-Avit: The following described real es tate in Wayne County, Indiana, to wit : Beginning at the cast line of range twelve (12) township sixteen (.10) in section twenty-live (25) at Baker's northeast corner: thence running ! north on said ran ire line thirteen (13) ad a half rods to the middle of the Cumberland road; thence Avest in the middle of said road four (4) rods and five (5) feet and six (0) inches; thence south thirteen rods and eight feet to said Baker's line; thence east four rods and seven (7) feet to the place of beginning; con taining fifty nine (50) rods and one (1) foot and five (5) inches more or less, to be sold as the property of Elizabeth C. Wharton to satisfy said decree and execution in my hand? in I favor of Theodocia E. Doddridge. Said sale Avithout relief from valu ation or appraisement laAvs. RICHARD S. SMITH, Sheriff of Wayne County. Robbins & Starr, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Nov. 3rd, 1004. 5-3sat. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a decree to me di rected from the Clerk of the "Wayne Circuit Court I will expose at Public Sale, at the court house door in the city of Richmond. Wayne Count-, lt diana, on the 19th dav of Xovem- Ifti'l 1 I.. .... the hours of 10 o'clock a. rn. and 4 o'clock p. m., on said day, the following' property, to wit : L.t :mmb,-r thirteen (13) in F. .V. Collin's addi'it.n to th'e city of Rich- imonu. saut count v. beinir the sixth lot south of the railroad aiui on the BathjeriSfc of north Nineteenth street, i in said city, to ie sold as the prop- nation or appraisement k.vs. KJrilARD S. SMITH. Sheriti of Way re Ornry. R obi ins & Starr. Attorneys for Plaint it?. October 20. 1004. '20-3af. PAGE THREE It You Win Awfol Hungry Hadn't had anv thing to eat for a week, and you felt as though you could eat, without stopping, for a solid week, what would you select as a bill of tare? If you were cold, what would you select to wear? Let us name a few things you need. L?fs get next to the subject. Underwear comts fin-t. vv e have a superb line for men, women and childrc a. Heavy, fleeced, wsrri and of good wearing quality. Havy flteced Gatmc nts for men Hosiery naturally comes next. We have some special values, ;i pair for 2e Men's all wool Sox 15c pair, two pair for 23 SoroslS Underskirts That means quality. Thev have all the appearance of silk, have tlat silk turtle aud Avear like iron. We self them at The f 1.75 kir.1 for $1 29 -fi. 00 kind at $H.2 Fictorial Revi?w Patterns lz GHOCERY SPECIALS Pears, per busbd. f0c; Apples 50e; Jersey Sweet Potatoes f 1 bush., 2."c pec. Big White Onions 26c peck; Parsnips 4 tbs 10c; Celery 2 bunches oc. New Oranges 2:5c doz ; New Lemons loc and 20c doz. Cape Cod Cranberries 3 quarts 25c. K oiled Oats, Crushed Oats, etc., in bulk. 1200 bushels of Potatoes to be sold in 20 to 40 bushel lots, I."Sc per bushel: 10 bushel lo's at 50c per bushel. California Hams, 700 bushels just receiA-ed, at 10c per lb. Stamps with all purchases. Free deliA-ery. Phone your order, either line. Store open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. TiieMODBL DEPARTMENT STORE 411-415 MAIN OOOOOOOOiODOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o R. R. R. Lunch Room. 825 NORTH E ST. L M. HAYS Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS. OOOOOOOOIIOllOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o THEY ALL Xlie Jewel Stoves and Ranges are not the cheapest, but they are THE VERY BEST. A lull stock on sale at the KETCH HARDWARE CO. STORE 921 MAIN. CASH OR PAYMENTS. E. B. GROSVENOR, M. D. SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Glass Fitting Here are seme of the terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing youjfifty weeks in which to pay of! your lop.n: 60c is a weekly payment on a $25 loan. $1.20 is a weekly payment on a 30 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. You can get any other amount for the same time at the same pro poition, Call on us when you need money. Applications by mail or telephore receive our prompt attention. X jDCuTsinrDtEDirncd J Established 3S95. Home Photie 445. 3Ht ! Omaha via the Northwestern Line In addition to its already remarka bly complete train service between Chicago, Council Bluffs and Omaha, The North-Western Line has inaugur- ted elegantly equipped parlor car service through to Omaha without hange, leaving Chicago 10:15 a. m. daily, arriving Omaha 11:40 p. m. ST. Both Phones O O O O O O O o o o KHO W o o o o o o o o o o o Stop Guessing We will let you have an imme diate loan if you want money for urgent needs. Won't charge you much for the use of it, either, and will make your terms so easy that you can pay it back without feeling the strain, in small weekly or monthly installments. We ad vance money on furniture, pi anos, teams, etc., without re moval, on salaries, and on dia monds left in pledge. t Losra Cod Room 8, Colonial Bldg uffet, smoking and library car oa this train also opened to parlor ear assengers. Other fast trains leave Chicago 7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., and 11:30 p. m., daily over the only dou le track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. Information and ickets can be secured from your home agent or address A. H. Waggener, iVav. Agt 22 ?if th Ave., Chicago, III.