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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13. 1904.
a 0- r Johnson & Roland, Bet. E B. GROSVENOR. M. D SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Glass Fitting" What Does Mama's; Darling Want If mamma's darling happens to be papa, or his son, or both, then mamma wisely decides that her Christmas present will be a suit of clothes, an overcoat, or something else always needed by man or boy in the way of wearing apparel. Send or bring papa, or the boy, or both, to Wherley & Thomas, Furnishers 203 Ft. Wayne ave., 418 N. 8th St b ; -H-fr-H-fr.M I I I U II IM - FCLL WEIGHT, FREE-FnOM-DIIlT o you buy from ' FOSLER & CO. Give thrm an order and be convinced. Both Phones 115. sia N.Ast. frH I V -M I "jj-l, I 11 1 1 I II I Havel You 2x Seen Bonnie oA Oaks? They 1 Good unes $5.00 $11.00 5th and 6th, on Main. IT STRIKES the popular favor namely, to-wit the coal we furnish summer andewin ter for cooking and heating. T hre's no secret about it. We simply supply superior coal at the minimum market price, and as. expeditiously as our teams can haul it from our yard to your door. The reader of this card may not be a customer of ours we'd like bim to be, to his own advantage. J. H. JWenke, Home Phone 762 Bell Phone 435-R. 102-104 FT. WAYNE AVE. Doctors Recommena It as a tonic for both sexes, and as a nourisher and strengthener tor ailing women Richmond Export beer. It "fills the bill" and lessens the doctor' bill, does RICHMOND EXPORT BEER and, unlike many medicines, it's pleat ant to take .-t.ti an one who know anything atxut Richmond Export beei Minck B ewing Co,. PHONES NEW. 42: OLD, 801 RJ ALL COAL LOOKS ALIKE TO YOU : : but compare the last ton you bought somewhere else and he first ion you buy from us, and you will see a ditference. You will note that it lasts longer, that it burns brighter, that it gives more heat, and produces more clean ashes, than any coal you ever bougLt before at the same price. Hackman, Klehfoth Co. Phones 219 415 M 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I I 1 I'M I t Xj mi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u i u 1 i THE MURDERER OF JOHN HISER SENTENCED TO TWENTY-FIVE YEARS IN MISSOURI PRISON HISER FORMER LOCAL MAN And Was Killed by Lynom Last Dec oration Day While Defending His Wife. "Word was received yesterday that Lynom, the man who fatally shot John Hiser, formerly of this ity, on Decoration Day in St. Louis, was sentenced Saturday to twenty-five years in the Missouri penitentiary, Benjamin Hiser of Richmond, n brother of the dead man, who is em ployed as a clerk in the local post office attended the trial which began the first of last week. Lynom admit ted that he fired the shot that killed Hiser but put up the defense that he was intoxicated when the deed committed and was not responsible for his action. John Hiser and nis wu'e, who was also born and raised in this county, have been residents of Sc. Louis for several years prior to his death. On the evening of last Decoration Day they had been out spending the evening and while walking home at a late hour a man rushed out of a sa loon and addressed some insulting remarks to Mrs. Hiser, which her husband promptly resented. Lynom drew a revolver and shot Hiser down in co-Id blood. He attempted to es cape but was arrested. Hiser linger ed for several weeks in a hospital but eventually succumbed to the wound. His body was buried at Cam bridge City. DUBLIN. C. S. Larsh, just sout hof town, has been drawn as' a juryman for the present term of court. Robt. Clifford has given up all hope of hearing from or having the $40 lost two Aveeks ago returned. This was quite a loss to Mr. Clifford as it was hahd earned money and very much needed by him. Bishop Floyd is having his stable MR. JUSTICE -FID.10RE Judge of the llataf Supreme Court, Sends the Following Remarkable Testimonial TO GUTIGURA the World Is Cuticura's Field, Used Wherever Civilization Has Penetrated. I desire to give my voluntary testi mony to the beneficial effects of your Cuticura Remedies. I have suffered for some time from an excess of uric acid in the blood ; and since the middle of last year, from a severe attack of Eczema, chiefly on the scalp, face, ears and neck and on one limb. I was for several months under professional treatments, bat the remedies prescribed were of no avail, and I was gradually becoming worse, my face was dread f ally disfigured and I lost nearly all my hair. At last, my wife prevailed upon me to try the Cuticura Remedies and I gave them a thorough trial with the most satisfactory results. The disease soon began to disappear and my hair commenced to grow again. A fresh growth of hair is covering my head, and my limb (although not yet quite cured) is gradually improving. My wife thinks so highly of your remedies that she has been purchasing them In order to make presents to other persons suf fering from similar complaints, and, as President of the Bible Women's Society, has told, the Bible women to report if any case should come under their notice when a poor person Is so afflicted, so that your remedies may be resorted to." ROBERT I8AAC FINNEMORE, (Judge of the Natal Supreme Court) Pietermaritzborg, Natal, Oct. 29, 1901. h term of Ckotobl, Coatrt VUla. Se. par vtel of ). 1ST am, mm., hu, n. mmimi fmmm Hjftrh, 1m mm to falsi Bo mm A. Fatter Drag Caaaa. Car. StrM4 ftr - All Akwil m Ski. m4 CHRISTMAS MUFFLERS, SUSPENDERS, SHIRTS, - ; FLETCHERS. repaired. Ezra Nelson is still improving from his recent fall and expects to soon be himself again. Ozro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mason, has secured a good position as ticket agent at an interurban sta tion at Indianapolis. Cold weather is opening out a nuuu nuxvu uuuui- less will be kept up for some time. The funeral of Mrs. Nathan Earle on Friday afternoon was largely at tended at the east Main Street U. B. church, conducted by the regular pas tor, Rev. G. E. Floyd. The deceased has been for years one of the most active and zealous members of the church and her death will the more be felt not only in the church but in family as well as society in general. Elder Morris, of Irvington, who has lately been employed as pastor of the Christian church for a year has moyed to Dublin and occupies Rev. Sheidler's house on Maple street. The thermometer registered at 8 above zero on Sunday morning last. George W. Murray's guessing scheme on the number of seeds there is in a squash is attracting consider able attention. A five cent purchase will entitle the purchaser to a guess. A graphaphone is the prize offered. Mathew Garthwaite and family spent over Sunday with friends in Cambridge v City. C. S. Larsh, just south of Dublin, has been drawn as one of the petit jurymen for the December term of court. Elder McGowen preached in the Christian church Sunday morning and evening, thus ending his pastor ate here. Alexander Stuart died at his home in Mt. Auburn Thursday night last aged C6 years and some months. The deceased has been in poor health for some time. A widow and four out of nine children survive, two children living in Connersville, a daughter in Dayton, O,. and son Robert, in Dublin. Mrs. Stewart, the widow will now go to Dayton to live with her daughter. A sale of some household property will be had Sat urday at their home in Mt. Auburn. The funeral was held Saturday after noon conducted by Rev. Geo. E. Floyd. Interment in the Western Cemetery of Dublin. SOXY LYONS Will Not Play With Anderson Says Manager Norton. In speaking of the report that "Soxy" Lyons might become a member of the Anderson team, Mart Norton makes the following state ment: "You can say that Lyons will not join the Anderson club. We made him several offers, and every one t of his propositions were met. We were willing to grant his salary demand, but you can say for me that all negotiations are off." Lyons, it is understood, likes his berth in Indianapolis, and may con clude to remain there. It is un derstood, however, that he will come here today to confer with his former employer, D. II. Durbin, and possibly Fisher and Norton. Bernin's Mission. Paris, Dec. 13.-M. G. Berin, the famous French driver, returned from America today, fresh from a series of automobile triumphs. He has come here, it is understood, supplied with the necessary funds with which to purchase the fastest motor car made abroad. He will seleet the car for W. Gould Brokaw, the New York millionaire, who is determined to go to Ormond, Fla., January, prepared for anything in the way of speed. Bernin will inspect all the cars on exhibition now in the Grand Palias, where the automobile show is being held, with a view to his intended purchase. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the First Eng lish Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Kaufman in South Eighteenth street, Wednesday, December 14. Mite box collection. 'ross as two sticks or an old man with a sore toe, is an expression often used to describe a grump, grouchy, I-hate-myself-kind- of -person but we are not that kind. Have enjoyed the doubtful pleasure of a sore toe for many weeks, never had a "spell o' temper" in all that time, and will be back in Rich mond next week, good humored as ever and will inaugurate a "Just be fore the Holidays' Clearance Sale" and will name prices that will mate competitors go way back and sit down by the stove. All the customers will be at our store. Meanwhile these prices prevail: "I Am Boss Flour 80c Cranberries not 10 & 12U-, but.... 8c Pptatoes, not 75c bushel, but.... 50c Fresh Country Butter, not 22 but 20c Baldwin or Greening Apples... .76c 6 lbs. Navy Beans, 5c less than Fresh Country Eggs not 29, but.. 27c others 25c 6 lbs. Dried Peas, think of this.. 25c California Hams, Dry Salt, Pick Fancy Kansas Patent Flour 75c led Pork JOc m Pearson's Fresh Pork received daily Tenderloin, Backbones, Spareribs. A FEW DRY GOODS SPECIALS. Christmas Dress Skirts just ar just the thing for School Dress rived, 75c value, next three es, 25c value for 13c days 48c Buy your Dolls at our store and yon Toys, Toys, Toys of all kinds for will begiven a chance on the beau boys and girls, all prices for tiful dressed doll on exhibition in 5 cents up. West Windows; given away Christ Call in and see the line east side. mas eve one chance with every 6 pieces of beautiful Dress Plaids, doll sold. LOOK FOR NEXT WEEKS SPECIAL ADS. The Wei Department Store 411-4x5 HXaln St. Both Phones oooooooaionoooooooo o o o o o 8 o o o R. R. R. Lunch Room. 825 NORTH E ST. L M. HAYS- Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS OOOOOOOOIODOOOOOOO OOOO Mem Don't let the Christmas stockings of your loved ones go empty simply because you are temporarily short of money. Come to us. We can help you fill them. We will loan you money. We will loan you five dollars, ten dollars, twenty dollars, fifty dollars, or whatever you may need. Your household goods, piano, team, fixtures, or any other per sonal property will be good security, and the goods will not be removed from your home. You can have plenty of time in which to pay off your loan. You can have from one to twelve months time. You can pay weekly, monthly, quarterly, or as you may desire. You can have payments so small that you will not feel them. We make loans in Cambridge City, Dublin, Milton, Centerville, Eaton and New Paris, and if you cannot call at our office write us and our agent will call on you. Here are some of the terms of our weekly payment plan, al lowing you fifty weeks to pay off your loan : 60c is the weekly pajment on a $25.00 loan. $1.20 is the weekly payment on a $50.00 loan. $1.80 is the weekly payment on a $75.00 loan. $2.40 is the weekly payment on a $100.00 loan. Other amounts at the same proportion. We also loan money on salaries at low rates. Courteous treatment, fair dealings, and absolute secrecy guar anteed. Let ns help you to a "Merry Christmas.' ' If yon need money, fill ont this blank and mail to RICHMOND LOAN COMPANY, Room 8, Colonial Building, Richmond, Indi ana, and our agent will call on you. Date Wife's Name Address St. and No....... Town Amount Wanted $. Kind of Security you have. Occupation - . ESTABLISHED 1895 Room 8 Colonial Building v Corner Main and Seventh Sts. O O O O O O O O O o . - . ' - HOME PHONE 445. Richmond, Ind.