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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, WEDNESDAY HORNING, DECEM SER 14, 1904.
Richmond Shoe Go Eighth and Main. Clias. H. Feltman Geo. W. Deuker It's Great That complete stock of Shoes and Slippers. The largest line of bright, new Christinas Shoes and Slippers The prettiest styles and most com plete assortments ever shown by one house . . . Take a look at our Ladies' Fur Trimmed Nullifiers, in black, red and brown, only 98c A PAIR. Our line at $1.25 and $1 50 are beauties. Our line of Men's Slippers at 49c, 75c, $1 . 0 $1.50 can't be beat, A pair of Douglas Patent Leathers willQmake a fine Christmas present, and only $3.50 A PAIR. Krippendorf's Shoes 'for Ladies. . . . SEE OUR WINDOW . . . DR J. A.WALLS THE SPECIALIST At home office Monday, Tuesday, Frt day and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One Month's Treatment FREE! HE TREATS SUCCESSFULLY tJlErlvMrn NEYS. LIVER and TIL A DDK K, RHEUMATISM, DYKPKi'SlA, and all LUSEASKs Of YK,-; Epilepsy (or falling fits). Cancer, Scrofuia, Private and Nervous Iisseais. FM'in.? Oi.--iM LoBBea, Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or maturer ye-iru, Piles, r t'i 1- K:--: JJcsration of the J;rtnm, without natention trom nnsnieps. ItUPTl'lii: POSITIVELY CITKKO ANI OrAKAPrEKI. Cs? It '"ill be to your interest to consult the Doctor if you are suCeiic from disease And if he cannot cure you he will tell you so at once. Keinomber the time and place. Will return every four weeks. Mice and Laboratory, Ho. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, KiCHFMD, en. S, SI': 1857 . . . . 1904 Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Assets nearly $200,000,000 Surplus (including accumula tions to credit of deferred dividend policies $ 31,512,643 Insurance in force, over $700,000,000 there anything comparable with a certainty of plenty, whether living or dying ? Insurance will insure it. Buy a guaranteed income in the largest purely American Life Insurance Co. Do it today. T. O. BARBER, Gen'l Agent. Rooms 6 and 7,flKelly Block, Richmond, Ind. "ft?" Something Extra Strong & Garfield Waterproof Enamels the price a little high, but economy in the long run, as they save the price of a pair of rubbers. Manss Bootees sold by us only come and see at p LAhRMAN 'S 718 3Iain Street ANDERSON FIVE Meets Richmond H. S. Friday Night in Basketball. Friday evening at the Garfield Gymnasium the Richmond High School basketball team will meet the Anderson High School team. The lo cals have played two games so far this season and lost both of them but the boys are practicing hard the few days remaining before the Ander son contest and they are confident that victory will smile 011 their eff orts. Local followers of the game have failed to fathom why R. H. S. lost to Kokomo or why such a large score was run up against them by Earlham, considering the fine show ing the same team made last season. It is safe to say that the results of these two contests was due to a slump and the boys will again hit their old time siride Friday night. Anderson has a good team and a fast game can be expected. HTJMPE'S OPEN EVENINGS TILL XMAS. MANY SKATERS Were Out Yesterday Enjoying the Sport Skating Parties. Monday afternoon and evening and all day yesterday the "White water river between the Main street and Doran bridges was alive with skaters. "Shinny-on-your-own-side" was as popular with the "small" boys and the "big" boys as a bar gain sale counter and at least twenty games waxed fast and furious. It is a noticeable fact that skating among the older people is resuming it's pop ularity. Yesterday quite a number of old enthusiasts buckled on their Barney and Berry's and with their old time ease and gracefulness, glid ed down the ice, dodging shinncy games every ten feet witli the case of a half back in a broken field. Glen Miller Lake has not yet frozen deep enough for safe skating but if the present weather keeps up. in a few days it will be black with people. Evening skating parties, where a fel low takes his best girl and enjoys the n rony of teaching her ice locomotion, will be the correct thing this winter as it was last. Lower Oil Dividend. New York, Dec. 14. The Stand ard Oil Company will issue checks tomorrow for a dividend of 7 per cent. This will make the total divi dends for the year oG per cent, as compared with 44 per cent, last year. 45 per cent, in 1002 and 48 per cent, the two preceding years. The divi dends will call for approximately .$7,000,000. Interstate Commerce Commission Meeting. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 13. The In terstate Commerce Commission met here today for the purpose of look ing into the charges of unjust dis crimination in grain rates in favor of Louisville on shipments to- and from points east, north and west of this city. The defendants are the Louisviile & Nashville, Southern, Ill inois & St. Louis, Big Four, Mobile & Ohio, Chicago & Alton, Chespeake & Ohio and Norfolk and Western. L ii. si HHrTmrimrrwr A Busy Session After All. Washington, Doc. 14. After all the short session of Congress will have its enlivening features, as is shown by the increasing activity of several members of the Senate or Douse. Members of the House are lining up for a discussion on Sec retary Taft's proposal to reduce -" o-nnds irorted fro?n ike l'hilr'ri''es. The senate comtritteo ou Hy Philip pines has so amended this b'll that it will go before the Senate virtually a new measure. M tfctr Mmmr CoinniiDrtf, eye Oh, Cubanola! oh, enchantress sweet! In you alone is happiness complete! In you all virtues do we find With no regrets to follow on behind! THE NEW Is the highest achievement in the cigar maker's art. A perfect smoke for FIVE CENTS! De lightful from start to finish. Ask your dealer for the NEW CUBANOLA. Insist on having it. A. Kiefer Drug Co. Sole Distributors. - Indianapolis. j OOgO&jf ire You Interested in the South? ou care to know of the marvelous development now going on In OF 1XXUMERABLE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MEX OR OLD ONES TO GROW RICH I Do you wish to know about rich farming lands, fertile, well located, on a Trunk Line Railroad, which will produce two, three and four crops from the same field each year, and which can be purchased at very low prices and ou easy termv? About stock raising where the extreme of winter feeding is but six (6) short weeks. Of places where truck growing and fruit raisirg yields enormous returns each year? Of a land heie you can live out of doois evtry day in the year? Of opportunities ftr establishing pr,fi? able manu facturing industies ; of rich mineral locations, and splendi i business opeu irgs? If you want to know the details of an or nil of these, write me. will gladly advise jou fully and truthfully. G. A. PARK, Gen,l Immigration and Industrial Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R.CO. Popular Lecture Course Patrons Notice. On account of nnforseen church duties Bishoo Fowler's lecture is postponed from Thursdav nhrht of this week till Mondrv niaht, the 10th At that time he will uive his great lecture on Abraham Lincoln. This i pronounced the most elonnent and Patriotic address now before the American people. 14-2t. NOTICE. CATL A"MD GET A 7"TtFF, HOT CTTP CHOCOLATE ."MY rrr'-? THIS WSTTC AFTT -"H ... .i T ? j . ' ' J rnV AFTl JVIK" ' --t-t-t TTON r-T G'tCC" 7:- A.T THFiT"r, ST OF. J!. 5T "? ?' 4 MAIN STH3ST. YOTJ OA?T ALS? FOUNTAIN CITY. Mrs. Frank ITartly and children, of Winchester, wore visiting here a few days this week. Mrs. Sadie Williamson, who has heen quite sick, is much better. lioss Marine and. family are mov ing to 11 iehmond. Miss Myrtle Yfoters attended the funeral of a relative at Cenlerville Monday. "Wilson Charles sold six porkers last week to Tom Pierson that weigh ed 2,200 pounds. Mrs. C. O. Woolman has been suf fering with the neuralgia. Mr. Martin, on dim Colvin's farm, lost a valuable horse last week. Kdwin Charles and wife entertain ed last Sundav Miss Edith Se:iut land, Mab'l and "Walter Uoneycutte. IV m j Leonomy, and Juiss urace i'ii''s!'ii and Oll'ie Charles. Lawrence Thompson, of near Vu- ion Citv, was here last week visiting s relatives. i AW l am. 9 ;antaclau5 APPRECIATES THE UNIT SYSTEM. v:!-.".! jr r m 1 Hi xr SJf QUEEN QUALITY HUMPE'S. SHOES AT A present that cements more firmly the home ties, that encourages good reading and greater knowledge, that is useful, ornamental and convenient, and that is acceptable alike to father, mother, brother, sister, relative or friend, is found in the "Elastic" Bookcase. It's a system of units a few books few units, more books more units, and get them as wanted. And the number of units can be adapted to the size of your purse. The "Elastic" is the original and only perfect sectional bookcase made and sells at the lowest price. Call and examine them now while our assortment is complete or send for catalogue 102. JMIONK ;;.i. Richmond, Ind. I U I II I I U E iim Financial Calamity Facing Germany. Berlin, Dec. 14. Discussion is still rife here concerning the report i of Finance Minister von Stengel is sued a few days ago which shows a falling off in many of the country's revenues and the need of a $78,000, 000 loan, if the company is to be saved from financial ruin. The re port will n doubt be the cause of some very strong speeches in the Reichstag. The regrettable condition in (lermanv south west Africa, and g-"J t'l'g-'V wSS ' tn n ' -- "i r'-Knj. ii r:M. n- it the increasing e.v; ( tary pensions have millions of dollars it is diilicult to sf source of reve!: "1 !i-,"e for mili-J ns'rned many j ni at iresent j h ;t any fresh o lieprovided 8 J- i Lx V :k I kM JO kk h liU 1 IRA SWISHER, Manager FANCY HOLLY AND HOLLY WREATHS. MEYER BROS. American Drivers in Bennett Race. New York Dec. 14. The American entries for next year's Con-don Den nett cup races will close tomorrow with the Automobile Club of America The entries have been coming in rap idly for the past few days and it is probable that i'e American enthusi asts will rive fonicn antoi-ts an e: citinr race whe.i the c nics's starts on the Circr.it d .s A!-d"n?vs in ntrv : . c J "n 'I T? Tt 1 B ?h U U tiTH K M I h I h t- a a Vi tt FK.ZJD3T, DEO. IS One of Weber & Field's Greatest Successes Ol T, Y i iti: e r. .a ! : France n evt i accompanied by a deposit of t) ;4n and each car en'ered h.is driven o-.- -r 1.000 miles and gene 2."0 juiles with out stopping, according to the rules of the Automobile Clubs of America. The original production complete One sclid year on Broadway neat 91 Miss Vanderbilt's Debut. New York, Dec. 14. Mrs. Corne lius Yanderbilt. widow cf th.e late Cornelius Yanderbilt. who has em erged from her mourning, will give a reception here thi afternoon at which her daughter. Miss (Iladys will make her bow to society. Miss Yan lerbi't is one of the richest young women in America and has heen edu- c?ed abrovl. S!ie 1 a clever Hneruist md very fond of athhj;ie. Several 'ril'invt reception hsve heen plann d iv. hicr h.onor t!i:s s n'S 'v. ETFTSOir GKOF-S. LI!ATHZ?G ?5C0 AO ' TT 4 Cco- Eighth and 21am. O k PUT Si. T."'. HOc iiid 2:c. ?a'e 'f s.its oii-ns at tbe UVf.tott I'har- v l .T.l - 1 1 - T .-1 14.'. 1 k m-icy, cia morning, ukc:w-k.t i i ii. o IN BUYING A PIANO It shonla not be n question of bow cheap, iat where tl'o host enn ie purchfced for the l-at monev. From the imunt of lauos we are sell ing we are tatistled that THE publ:c at e FAST BECOMING EDUCATED TO The feet tt t th?v rerelve fall valne for everr f. liitr thr.t w-!rk fora hTAKRrr KICHMOSD I'inno. A home i i n lor home peol. The rusiriv.faTurfTf pi!.rsin e the .lr nos. We sell piai.os ou t-nsy iih-i.'.b. THE STARR PIANO CO- 935 r-a:n SfrP'.-t, Phj m-nd, Ir.dianiv. 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