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PAQETimC3 3 1- v GOOD IN PIE, CAKE AND PUDDING In 10c Packages with List of Valuable Premiums. aaalaat ..aaaa ' MIGHT SORT OF PRIDE There are times when we all want to look our best Our clothes command the attention of all good dressers, because of their perfect fitting qualities. The reason they always look well and keep their shape is due to the fact that none but the best materials are used, and the greatest care is ex pended in their making. The goods is properly sponged and shrunk before being cut. y " ft " r Dampness and hard wear have no effect. Our patterns are the newest and the most stylish to be obtained. DRESS SUITS $IS.OO to $23. OO ifjhuei&sjebl FISH I EVERY ONE A BEAUTY. Trout, Wliiteflsli, Pickerel, Bluefisli Catfish and Herring:, at THE QUAKER CITY Fish, Oysterand Poultry Market 1029 Main St. Home Phone 893 H-H- 'H"H"I"H I1 1 'M I I 1 1 I I I I 'M I i M'M"H 4 A Millionaire in Patched Pants would be an object of ridicule simply b cause he could appear in the best of clothing. If you are wearing an ill-fitting suit of clothes that has no virtue as to material, workmanship or fit, it's jour own fault, for you select your own clothes, don't you? You have simply been persuaded to buy against your own best judgment. Don't let it oc cur again! Buy your clothing'where youcan get perfect garments WE SELL THAT KIND Wherley & Thomas, Furnishers 203 Ft. Wayne ave., 418N, 8th St. ejq WE HOLD THEE SAFE KrXJ CEO. G. BALL, Agent, Successor to B. B. Myrick's Agency. Also Life and Accident Insurance. 8 and 10 North 7th St. FIHE'S PHARMACY. If you want quality In rubber goods. Hot t Water Bottles, Founaltn Syringes or a Combination Water and Fountain Douche, We carry no scond quality to offer at a cut price. We can give you "anything you wart in the Rubber line. Strictly nothing fcheddy t " V LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY, K30 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES. j stories wise and otherwise William Alien White, author of 'Yhats The Matter With Kansas" and other literary gems has been eowhided he is now a full fledged editor. " The following is the dis patch that was sent out from Empo ria, Kan., regarding the adventure: A " Mrs. : - Delta Meffert, divorced wife of Dr. William Meffert of Em poria, Kan., horsewhipped William Alen White, editor of the Emporia Gazette Thursday night. Dr. Mefferet's license was revoked two years ago for improper conduct. The Supreme court of the United States this week sustained the Kan- sas court which passed upon the case. . Horsewhip For the Editor Editor White's paper has been against Meffert and his news stories and editorials lately have included comment about; Meffert 's divorced wife. Thursday as Mr. White was leaving his office, Mrs. Meffert and a woman friend approached him, and as he stepped aside Mrs. -Meffert be gan striking at him with a whip. White immediately started to run and the whipping was not effective, as only oiie""blow landed. Tooled Readers by Printing It. Mr. White printed a short version of the affair in his paper Friday night. The article, written by Mr. White himself, follows: ' Here is an item that you thought would not be in the paper. "Last evening at dusk, as the edi tor of the Gazette was starting for home, a few yards from the office door,, he met Mrs. Delia Meffert, di vorced wife of William Meffert, of whom mention was made in these columns recently. She was accom panied by a lady friend, and as the Gazette man started to pass, Mrs. Meffert pulled from her cloak a small but effective looking whip. "The editor of this paper side stepped and, what every true gentle man' would do, ran forty yards like a Avhite tailed buck to the office by the back door. Cannot Box With a Lady. "That calm, dispassionate commu nion which a man holds with a situ ation in the sixteenth part of a sec ond convinced the man in question that when a lady challenges a gentle man to an athletic contest of any kind he cannot win a sparring match with any grace nor be the victor; in a wrestling match with a lady with any credit at' all t v But Can Run Like a Rabbit. "But a footrace is one event in the sporting calendar in which any gent may A-ie his prowess with any lady. And how he did run! Shoot ing the chutes, leaping the gap, or looping the loop, are clumsy dilatory tactics compared with the way that fat old codger hiked the hike around the back door of this office. A Sure Thing. It is said that nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes, but that is not altogether true. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles. Thousands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Van Metre of Shepherdtown, W. Va., says, "I had a severe case -U t i t i i a. UL uruucuius axiu xur a yea ineu ev j erything I heard of but got no relief. I One bottle of Dr.-King's New Dis- covery then cured me absolutely." It's infallible for Croup, Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and Con sumption. Try it. It's guaranteed by ' A. G. Lnken & Co., druggists. Trial bottles free. Regular sizes 50c and $1.00. Ubat The Earth Prefaces. The earth has nourished us through un known ages of human existence. Is it not true that the earth supplies us with every thing that we really require for existence ? Have you ever thought that it is probable that the earth supplies us with the means to keep our bodily vigor, our health, if we only knew it? The animalsknow by in stinct what is good for them andwill search until they find - in some plant what they, need for correcting indigestion or constipa tion, etc.. Is it, therefore, not possible that there are roots and herbs supplied by nature which will cure the diseases that afflict human kind ? That is why Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has such faith in his "Med ical Discovery." Years ago, when he was in general and active practice, he found that a combination of certain herbs and roots made into an alterative extract, with out the use of alcohol, would always put the stomach into a healthy condition, nour ish the tissues, feed the blood and nerves and put healthy tone into the whole system. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery restores the lost flesh by curing diseases of tne stomacn ana other organs 01 digestion and nutrition and enabling the perfect di- Sestion and assimilation of food from which esh and strength are made. I was all ran down, very nervous, and suf fered terribly from stomach trouble, which the doctors pronounced indigestion," writes Mrs. Wm. Morey, of Marshall, Mich. I doctored for a vear without permanent relief. Wi ad vised by S friend to trv Dr. Pierce's Golden Med ical Discovery, and after the use of nine bottles I was cured. I can heartily -recommend the Golden Medical Discovery to any one suffer ing from stomach trouble. My husband was also greauy Dencnted by its use." To Grain knowledge of your own body In sickness and health send for the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser. A book of 1008 pages. Send 21 cents in stamps for Saper- covered, or, 31 stamps for cloth ound copy. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, 663 Main street, uunalo, N. Y. Nasal CATARRH In all its stages there should be cleanliness. Ely's Cream Balm sleanses, soothes and heals 'ha diseased membrane. It cures catarrh and drives away a cold la the head luickly. Cream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils, spread over the membrane and is absorbed. Relief it im mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying doc not produce sneezing. Large Size, 50 eents at Drug gists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 66 Warren Street. New York Woman is interested and Mtoulrt know about the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray The new Tpl! SyHnr. injec tion ami xtirrton. - rar est M ost Convenient. II liniwt iB.tanll). Ak voar dranlut far It. 1 f he cannot supply the other, but send stamp for it f ''''' Illustrated book wmWa. Itgires full particulars and directions in- valnable to ladies. MARVEL CO.. -', Tlaaes Bids;., New York. la t to t Uy; Outran teed nl to trioture. ItheEvinsChemuulCo CINXIKNATI.O r. s. . MEN AND WOMEN. - Use Big J for unnatural discharges, inflammations, 'rritations or ulceration! of mucous membranes Painless, and not aitrin gent or poisonous. Sold by DragrsrUta, oi.tsnt in plain wrapper by express, prepaid, for SI.00. or 3 bottles $2.75. Circular seat on reauM? CHI CM ERTER'3 ENGLISH KHYROYAL PILLS V Original Only eeaalae. mi union - LSH ICHKSTElfS EN G LIS Pb r".?SArE. Alwaj.rali.bla. for 1 In It Ell aul Vttld uftalua box. eai with bias ribbon. Take so other, ftefnm I Iaaarae Savntitatlaa Jaalta tlima. Buy of jaar lru(t. ar and 4e. Ii unra tor Karttrular. Teatlaaanlal.' ad KlleT far I .awl Ira." m lalMr, by re tara Mall. 1 0.OOO TnUaioaiaia. Said bi alt Druscln. Chlrheatr ('aeaaleal Ca. aaatla tbJa ava Ma4laaa . I'lli F : Table Corn Meal X. IS 'RASTUS LOVED A I A little fat pig. roasted to a nice shade of brown, with potatoes banked all around him, sweet potatoes and gravy on the side, and "cold slaw," such as only Dinah could make. KINDER MAKES YE HUNGRY, DON'T IT ! Dress and supply your table at reasonable prices. Thanksgiving . Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Gents Underwear, heavy fleeced . . . . heavy L.adies Union Suits Ladies' heavy fleeced Vests and Drawers . reductions on all Suits, Cloaks and Skirts. Ousters, silid, per quart Belleflower Apples, peck Hard Wheat Fiour Honey, splendid, per pound Raisins, fancy, 10c lb, or 3 lbs English Currants, 10c lb, three lba . . . . 3Uc SOc 35c Thanksgiving Country Sausage, Tenderloin, Pigs Feet, Spare .75c 20c . 35c . 35c Ribs m J M v 11 a aVI S f) Stamps with all purchases. Free delivery. Phone your order. Store open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The Mel Dcparlmeiil Store 41 1-4 15 Main St. Both Phones OOOOOOOOIOQOOOOCOO o o o o o o o o o o R'R. R. Lunch Room. L M. HAYSLProp. q 825 NORTH E ST. MEALS 15 CENTS. OOOOOOOOIIOIIOOOOOOCO Braces body and brain, strength ens, soothes, cures while you sleep. That's wliaijllolliskn's Rocky Moun tain Tea will do. Makes you well, keeps you well. 3i cents, Tea or Tablets. . G. Luken & Co. Custom Grinding: a specialty Range's pancake Flour RUNGE A. CO. t Phone 50 16 S. 7tli bt. DON'TiISS MONEY LOANED FOR THE FAMILY DINNER. When you need a hot oven or whes baking bread, cake or pastry, good coal is a necessity. Any coal coming front J. H. MENKE'S yard will always bt found satisfactory. Our superior egg or furnace coaI, our fine cook stovt coal, or chestnut for your par?or stove oi range is the best and cleanest that cnbc procured. J. H- Wenke, Home Fhone 762 Bell Phane 435-R. 102-104 FT. WAYNE AVE. Li From 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency. Main and Seventh streets. 4f- FOR RENT Four very desirable Flats at No. 322 North Eighth St. W. H. Bradbury St Son Westcott Block THE TURKEY DIN NER AT WILLIAMS BURG'.THANKSGIV- ING DAY. The ladles of the Williamsburg Cemetery Association serve their annual turkey dinner in the new Masonic Temple from 11:30 a. m. to p. m. Train leaves Riohmond C. C. & L. station at 7:10 a m. aDd 10:40 a. m. tieturniDg, arrives Kicnmona at 4:05 p m. and 8:15 p. m. 35 cts ROUND TRIP Everybody invited. Go and take the family. , o o THEY MLLKHQW The Jewel Stoves and. Ranges are not the cheapest, hut they are THE TERY BEST. A lull stock on sale at the KETCH HARDWARE CO. STORE 921LMAIN. CASHL OR PAYMENTS. O O u O E. B. GROSVENOR. M. D SPECIALIST! Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Glass Fitting 1 OR. laFRANCO'S D COMPOUND BaTe. eedy raralator : 2s prnta. Dramsts or Boosicttree. DR. LrRAJiCO. Phiitdalphla. fa. S I a. 3: This Happy Man Is never without a untie. V hen be needs cash he gets it here. And life seems worth the while. We will loan you any amount of money you may need, from $5 to $100. on your household goods, piano, team, etc., with out removal, on your salary or on diamonds and watches left in pledee. Our rates are low, our terms reasonable, our treatment fair. We make loans in Cambridge City, Richmond, Dublin, Milton, Centerville, Eaton, and Ne w Paris, and if you cannot call at our office, write or telephone us and our agent will call on you. Here are seme of the terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing youffifty weeks in which to pay off your loen: COc is a weekly payment on a $23 loan. ' $1.20 is a weekly payment on a $60 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. g You can get 'any other amount for the same time at the same pro poitiou,! Call on us when you need money. Applications by mail or telephore receive our prompt attention. ffiocsIhomiGDoiiGfl LdDatni . Established 1696. Home Phone 446. 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