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EIOHUOND DAILY PAtLADttJll, WEDNESDAY UOENINfl. DEOfiMBEE 14, 1804.
i Havel You z : 1 1 m cuv -17 O ' & 1 it S - Bonnie Oaks?l They Good Ones! $5.00 To $11.00 Johnson & Roland, Bet. 5th and 6th, on Main. i m 1 ,Kr;'ov"'"-'v" -v?-l SPECIAL BUMPS IfJTO'FUEIGHT AT SPEING VALLEY. O., SEVEN MILES FBOM XENIA OCCURRED MONDAY NIGHT Seven People Were Injured Two of Them Seriously No Local People Hurt. 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 suparior 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 cot be a customer of ours we'd likebi c to be, to his own advantage. J. H. MeGke, Home Phone 762 Bell Phone 435-R. 102-104 FT. WAYNE AVE. E M. D B. GROSVENOR. SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa Scientific Glass Fitting' OYf What Does Mama's Darling Want If mamma's darling happens to ba pap, or his sn, 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. C Send or bring papa, or the boy, or both, to Wherley & Th OmciS, Furnishers 203 Ft. Wayne avc, 418 N. 8th St. COPYRIGHT- CHRISTMAS CHER means not only good things to 'eat but also the best of things to drink. The best of all 'good drinks is R. E. Beer. Purity and Maturity, with a most delightful and luscious flavor, are points of tbe highest merit and which are very marked features in our beer. Minck Brewing Co,. PHONES -NEW. 42: OLD, 801 Rj '(' IT IS A LONG WAY from the mine to the coal bin. It is a long way from getting what -you want when you have topay for screenings. You will get a load of satisfaction every time you buy a ton of coal from us. Hackman, Klehfoth Co. Phones 219 415 WWWWWW4W,M I I I I I I 1 I I 1 VM..M.I FULL WEIGHT, '. FREE-FROII.DIRT ', O Ij you buy from FOSLER & CO. , Give them an order and be convinced. : 1 Hotn Phones 115. 512 N. A st. ! 'I"!"!"!'.'!"!"!"!1 I III! Ml I I I I I I II I I I Mi At a late hour Monday night special train from Pittsburg, bearing a party 01 railroad omcials, inspect ing the switches over the Pennsylva nia system west of Pittsburg, crash ed into the engine of a freight train at Spring Valley, seven miles south of Xenia, just as the freight was leaving a siding where it had waited for the east bound Pennsylvania which leaves Richmond at 8:48 p. m The following wrere injured: John Woodall, Cincinnati, engineer on the passenger; right arm crushed off below the elbow. C. W. McClave, Loveland, flagman; hip wounded. n.d Myers, Cincinnati, nreman on the freight. "William Mills, Camp Dennison, en gineer on the freight. Charles Baker, Cincinnati; slight- ly. TTT ft T-V r . . KJm 1'enn, nreman on tne pas- W. M. Grafton, Pittsburg, chief of inspection party; eve cut out and other injuries. "Woodall and Penn are the only ones seriously injured, and they may recover. Engineer Mills says that the regu ar train which had passed carried no signals and ne thought the track clear. n e lmnrori Mon -crr hrAii rrii f t hXenia and cared for. On board the east bound Pennsyl vania which so narrowly escaped be ing in the wreck were. several pas sengers from this city. : - J . - 1 Vas r Th POLO DOPE Richmond is at the foot of the col umn for the first time in twoyears. 4fr Critics of the sport have placed the strength of the Anderson team in Jack Mercer and Bert Mallory where it rightfully belongs. The time worn fault of "Wodtke losing his temper has detracted from his effec" tiveness until hard-working Jack has assumed the place of the Dutchman. - Bilty Dawson would make an av erage Central League player. The po lo pace in the major league is too fast for him. Manager Henley . has the right idea He wants all his slumps during the first of the season. The game last night was the third consecutive de feat for the Quakers. Soxy Lyons is the second "jump er" in the history of western polo. Mary Ann Tibbitts once left Racine and returned east, for which the league blacklisted him. - All last week .the Central league managers looked anxiously for the bomb shell to burst in their midst from the western camp. They were disappointed and are now smiling wisely. It is probably better so. If the sport is paying the four managers with four entries in the race they will let well enough alone. r X Soxy Lyons doesn't seem to be bringing the Indians any higher in the standing column. Jim Sehern will probably bob up again with the Columbus team if that Buckeye dream is realized. The "Western managers were sore at Dur bin, but Sebern managed to escape their ire. That schedule arranged by the man agers provides for four straight games between Muncie and Anderson at Muncie counting the last one play ed. Here is what Captain Canavan, of Ft. Wayne said when told that he was to captain Cincinnati in the Western league: "This is the first I have heard of it, so as my name is connected with it, but a Cincinnati paper of Friday stated that 4here was a likelihook that Cincinnati and Columbus would join the Western. Jessup has been at Cincinnati trying to interest people in the game, and I don t know whether he has succeeded or not. As far as my connection with the matter is concerned there is nothing in it. The Richmond man evidently got his story from the Cin cinnati paper. I am not going to manage any team, but am going to stay where I am, so far as present plans or knowledge count. ' Jason still leads the Central league with 173 rushes and Hipson is second with 145. Jason also leads in goals, with GS, Hipson is second, with 58. "Long John" Wiley, of Lafayette, heads the list with 13 fouls. Poor old Paddy Moran! It is now said that Anderson has parted with his services. It is time for Paddy to settle down in some other profession. He probably holds the record for having played with the greatest number of teams. For all that, Pad dy is a good blocker. WONDERFUL WORK Lots Like it Being Done Right Here In Richmond. Richmond people are surprised at the work being done by "The Little Conqueror." Public expression on the subject brings the matter fre quently before the people. At first there were many doubters; and why not? So many claims of a similar nature have been made with little or no backing, excepting the word of some stranger residing in a far-away place this evidence was accepted for lack of better. Not necessary to ac cept it any longer. All sufferers from any kidney ill can find plenty of lo cal indorsement for a remedy that will cure them. Surely the wonder ful work of Doan's Kidney Pills right here at home is proof sufficient to satisfy any skeptic. Read the ex pression 01 one citisen on tne sub ject : Mrs. Jennie Laudig, 16 south 11th street says: "As a result of a severe attack of diphtheria my daughter was troubled with weakness of the kidneys. I tried numerous remedies and she was treated by various phy sicians but their relief was only tem porarv. Learning about Doan's Kid ney Pills and seeing them so highly recommended Josur2dfilws-i G, -T .ulsllii drug store. In a short ime the trobule entirely disappear ed:" For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buf falo, N. Y., sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. "ross as two stinks 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 4ime, 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 xnaka 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 8e Potatoes, not 75c bushel, but 50c Fresh Country Butter, not 22 but 20c Baldwin or Greening Apples 75c 6 lbs. Navy Beans, 5c less than Fresh Country Eggs not 29, but.. 27c others 25c 0 lbs. Dried Peas, think of this.. 25c California Hams. Drv Salt. Pick. Fancy Kansas Patent Flour 75c led Pork 10c Pearson's Fresh Pork received daily Tenderloin, Backbones, Spareribs. A FEW DRY GOODS SPECIALS. just the thing for School Dress- Christmas Dress Skirts iust ar w 1 w . rived, oc value, next three es, 25c value for ISc da's 48c Buy your Dolls at our store an toti 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 O cents Up. West Window's? n in and see the line east side. mas eve one chance with' evenr- Call 6 pieces of beautiful Dress Plaids, doll sold. LOOK TOR NEXT WEEKS SPECIAL ADS. Tbe Mel Department Store 4x1-4x5 main St. Both Phones WILLI AMEBT7RG. There was a large at attendance Wayne Mullen's sale Thursday. Mae Burke spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Richmond. Mrs. Alice Herr is here visiting her parents and friends. She was called home to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Van Roberts. Mrs. Mort Edwards and daughter, Ssthery returned Sunday 1 evening 'rom a pleasant visit with Indianapo- is friends and Muncie friends. . Mrs.:J. H. Clements, who has been quite sick is improving. Miss Lillie Wright of Economy is here with her sister, Mrs. Clements. Mr. Mort Edwards has been in In dianapolis buying, his stock of Holi day goods; Miss Adda Study entertained com- pany trern'menmona aunaay. Rev. Harrison has begun his meet- mgs at Webster. . . Miss. Maud Helm spent Sunday at lome. Mr. Keene of El wood was here ov er Sunday. Mary and Essie Starr spent Sun day at V Bid" Jones. OOOOOOOOIICIIOOOOOOCO R. R. R. Lunch Room o o o o o o o o o o 825 NORTH E ST. !L M. HAYS Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS O O O O o o o o o o j Mm y f&r When you want a pleasant purga- ive try Chamberlain's btomach and iver Tablets. They are easy to take and produce no nausea, griping or other disagreeable effect. For sale by G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sud- hoff, fifth and Main. Trust Those Who Have Tried. I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Ely's Cream Balm seems to do even that. Oscar Ostrom, 45 War ren Ave., Chicago, 111. I suffered from catarrh; it got so bad I could not work; I used Ely's Cream Balm and am entirely well. A. C. Clarke, 341 Shawmut Ave., Boston, Mass. Tne Balm does. not irritate or cause sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50 cents -or mailed, by Ely Brothers. 56 Warren Street. New York. oooo si Don't let the Christmas stockings of your loved ones go empty simfly 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 paj-ments so small that you will not feel them. We make loans in Cambridge City, Dublin, Milton, Centervilla, . Eaton and New Paris, and if you cannot call at our office write A us auu uui agcu), win vttix uu juu. 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 payment on a $25.00 loan. $1.20 is the weekly -payment on a $50.00 loan. . $1.S0 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 us help you to a "Merry Christmas." If you need money, fill out the blank and mail to RICHMOND LOAN COMPANY, Room 8; Colonial Building, Richmond, Indi ana, and our agent will call on yon. Date Wife's Name Address St; and No Town Amount Wanted $ Kind of Security you have.. Occupation ................', KflGSDuDuTlGDDuaQ LdDElDu - ESTABLISHED 1895 HOME PHONE 445. Boom 8 Colonial Building Richmond, Ind. Corner Main and Seventh Sts. , L