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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SATVBDAT MORNING, DECEMBER 24. 1901.
fade sevht; 1 J J- ft 'U? L JrL the 1010 HI ST. WestcottHotcl Bldg. Practical Suggestions for Xmas SOME OF THE THINGS THAT INTEREST MEN and WOMEN THE proximity of the year's greatest festival almost tempts us to counsel you with that hackneyed phrase : " Delays are dangerous." But instead, we'll state a few pertinent facts about the Credit Store's Christmas things. CCredit Stores are practical stores. When you open a Credit Account for something orna mental, you are making a mistake. Credit is a practical plan, and the following sugges tions are practical suggestions. Combine the two therein lies your benefit. MEN'S DEPARTMENT Men' Fancy Vests, Men't Winter Orercoats, Men's Dress Shoes. Men's New Hats. Without a good range or Stove. The happiest women in town have kitchens fitted up by us. Store Attend : NIGHT SCHOOL At the Business College. Says the Doctor, who is frank to acknowl edge that the new Is a delightful solace and a choice dessert to a good dinner. A gentleman's smoke for, FIVE CENTS! The best ever offered to American public. No dealer catering to first-class trade can afford to be without the NEW CU BANOLA. -A. ftiefer Drug Co. Sole Distributors. Indianapolis. lUggga RICHMOND L-T nnrniT rziriTiuur n( J Indiana WOMEN'S $ 3 to $ 5 10 to 25 3.50 to 5 1.50 to 5 Women's Silk Waists. Women's Dress Skirts. Women's Winter Furs, Women's Stylish Coats, CREDIT PHILOSOPHY NINETY-NINE per cent of the people of 'this country are taking advantage of the Credit Plan at Christmas. If it Isn't this store's plan it is some other. If ninety-nine per cent find it beneficial, how about the other one per cent? Are you of that narrow-sighted one per cent ? Think it over. IF YOU WANT PRACTICAL THINGS THIS CREDIT STORE WILL EXTEND THE MOST LIBERAL CREDIT FOR ALL YOU DESIRE WIFE'S XMAS YOUR XMAS WILL NOT GOME TO EXPECTATIONS y in mi open every evening till CASTOR I A for Infants and Children. Ihe Kind Ycu Have Always Bought Bears I Digna tui-3 of LtLa-J. UiiC hi 1 I 1 I I INI La DEPARTMENT $ 3.50 to $12 3 to 18 2 to 25 2.50 to 25 R L Xmas HUGH L. SPINK. Attorney at Law and Justice of the Peace. Prompt, personal attention to all business. Office 1 over 504 Main St., Office open Satur- ! Richmond, Ind. PIP! day evenings. AMUSEMENTS "Thou Shalt Not Kill." The second act of "Thou Shalt Not Kill" is in three scenes. The first scene represents the tlaneing pavillion of the County Fair, where two dozen or more country folks are enirajred in dancing and sinjr'mjr; scene sec nd shows the sitle show with if s many freaks and curiosi ties: scene third shows the race track, ami the grand stand filled with about a thousand persons. In a moment the horses are off, and for nearly two minutes the race can he seen wits its ten dashing horses in full view, of the audience, and when the home stretch is reached, a yell is given from the throats of the mad dening crowd making cne of the most exciting scenes ever given on any stage in America. Citizens of Richmond will doubtless give Mr. Walter II. Newman a rousing wel come on his appearance with tins company here Dec. 20. STORIES WISE AND UTHERWISE The Tombstone (Ariz.) Epitaph for the benefit of it's sport loving readers, recently printed the follow ing description of the great college game football. What our reporter doesn't know about a football game would fill a barn loft, lie dasen't know a full back from a quarter horse, or a right guard from the Seventh Cavalry, but he is handy at toting stretchers around a football game. At two o'clock, dull, the class had gathered at the old ball grounds. All the boys were incased in feather beds and oth i er defenses. There were two doctors, an ambulance, a stretcher, a gallon of arnica, all kinds of bandages and a Ked Cross wagon, and they needed them all. Summed up in a nutshell, football is about like this. The first thing is a kiekoff, which doesn't amount to much. Then after that a fellow holds the ball between his legs, with a row of shaggy old boys behind him who stand with glittering eyes and fangs protruding, while somebody blows a whistle and somebody else counts, any old way, till he comes to a certain nuumber, when the ball is firel backward, some one catches it, runs about six fee when just 21 men pile on him, jam him in his slats twist him like a pretzel and flatten him out till he isn't thicker than a tontilla; ithen they all fall off and holler: "Water, water, water! Bring the doctor!" And they rub his leg and chunk him in the neck and bring him to, and lift him tenderly on a stretcher, and as they bear him away he lifts his only whole hand and waves it to his comrades and yells for Tombstone or the varsity, as the case might he. And now we are all on the ground, and the boys are jockeying and the automobiles are resting, and old No. 2 is panting as she pumps air, and on one side of me is one of Tomb stone's incomparable specimens of . angelic pleasantness in the guise of a school "marm," and on the other an old dame who looks as if she had been carved out of jerkey, and the small boy with the tin horn and a rubber snout on the end of it was there making the ambient air hide ous with incessant ctiscora, and a woolly rider who imagines he is Count Cassini riding down the ene mies of the fatherland is plunging about on horseback, among the women and children, till the officers yank him earthward, and the big signal goes up and the battle beg'ins They start at the middle of the bull ring, and the Tuscons have evidently entered into contract to drive the Tombstone west, and right royally they followed out the terms of that contract. An old Kansas sod plow would not be a suggestion to the hoofs and elbows that plowed up that innocent mesa for two long hours. Head Abont to Burst Prom Severe Bilious Attack. "I had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was about to burst when I grot hold of a freesample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. I took a dose of them after supper and the next day felt like a new man and have been feeling hap py ever since," says Mr. J. W. Smith of Juliff, Texas. For bilious ness, stomach troubles and constipa tion these Tablets have no equal. Price 25 cents. For sale by A. G. Lu ken & Co., and W. II. Sudhoff, fifth and Main. J X. fej 0 35. X -A- . Bea-ji tha si t.K-3 Kind Y:u Katt AJware Batctt LETTER LIST The fallowing letters are delin quent in the postoftiee at Kichmond: Ladies' List. Bailey, Miss Carrie. Drummond. Annie, llower, Ellen. Johnson, Mrs. James. Kineaid, Mrs. Mary. Lee, Mary E. Ixe, Katie. Myers, Mrs. Henry (widow.) Mounts, Mrs. Minnie. Miles, Irene. Moore, Mrs. L. Norton, Mi's. Sarah. Savage, Mrs. E. E. Wings, Ethel O. Gentlemen's List. De Vault, Thomas. Faulke, Charles. Flanery, W. P. Fisher, John N. Green, B. B. danserce, William. Hiatt, C. P. Hirst, C. F. Hill, M. D. Jenkins, C. E. Jones, John M. Land, C. G. Murkman, Charles. Moore, F. C. Pitterfield, O. P. Pickett, Everett. Rupe, J. J. Stiner, William. Steppy, C. A. Sostmeyer, E. Wright Ottie M. Woodward, Ben. Drops. Barnes. J. E. Smith, Beulah. Yore, Yida. White, Louise. I). SURFACE, P. M. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. For the District of Indiana. In the matter of Eugene J. Ques- ta. bankrupt. No. 1S93. in bankruptcy. To the creditors of Eugene J. Quos la, Kiel lino ml, in the County of Wayne and district aforesaid, a ba nkrupt. Notice is hereby given, that on the 21st day of December, A. I)., 1004, the said Eugene J. Questa was duly adjudicated a bankrupt; and that the first meeting of the creditors will be held at The Court House in the City of Richmond, Indiana, on the 31st day of December, A. D., 1904, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt and transact, such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Claims duly proved, under section 57 of the acts of 1898, may be filed with or mailed to the undersigned, prior to said date. The Liabilities scheduled are $450. The Assets scheduled are $5.00. Dated at New Castle, Indiana, on the 21st day of December, 1904. CLAY C. HUNT, Referee in Bankruptcy. Robbins & Starr, Attorneys for Bankrupt. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A meetinr ot the shareholders in the First National Bank of Rich mond, Ind., will be held at 3 o'clock p. m., at the banking house on Tues day, January 10th, 1905, for the pur- nose of elect ins nine directors to serve the ensuinjr year, and the trans action of any other business that may come before the meeting. A. D. GALE, Vice President. Pantb ' ylns Kind Ym H""? !w3KS BoiJgM Signature 7! What is Looked FOR In high rade laundry work is always touna in tn&t aone Dy Richmond Steam Laundry Goods are made absolutely clean, and ire beautifully finished. We use the best cleansing agents and as theyare free from destructive action, goods are not worn out. We invite a trial order. It will result (n satisfaction. Carpet cleaning a specialty. D. W. Walters, Prop. Main Street. Phones 151. RHEUMATISM Torturing and terrible. No eure among all the drugs, doctors and nostrums. NU-TIH-OLA and Nutrlola Rheumatic .Treatment cures ordinary cases quickly. For the worst ones our chemists prepare special treat ment w t; ui:re KVEHY CASK. Sold and guaranteed by A. G. Lukcn & Co PH PHILLIPS: U VI THEATRE ? . . O. G. Murray, Losses and Hgr Matinee and Night Monday, December 26th The Season's Big Success . Thou Shalt Not Kill With a strong east, Including Mr; Waltor H. Nowman of Richmond. Elaborate Scenic Production New and Novel Effects Prices Matinee and Night, 15c. 25c. 86c, 60c. Children, 15c at matinee. Beat sal opens for matinee and night Friday, December 23, at Xlxon's a Confectionery. Iredell & Ferguson 4f FOR Fire Insurance; 4c No. 4 North Ninth St. 4c Richmond. 4c NOTARY PUBLIC t 4c 4c' 4c Iredell 8: Ferguson : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Ls and Hanagar. Thur. & FriM Dec. 22-23 BIG EAGLE'S MINSTRELS Presented by Wayne Aerie U6F.O.E. aiirtli and Ulelody 8 BIG OLIO FEATURES H lO FUNNY COMEDIANS lO 50 CHORUS OF SO TRAINED VOICES Augmented Orchestra Beautiful and Patriotic First Pari with "My Own United Wtntes" finale. This production will be staged by the National Promoting Co., Kdward II. Kick, manager. ADMISSION SO CENTS' . Tickets now on sale, no extra eharge for reserved seats. Plat at Westcott Pharmacy. M"M"1'I 1 1 1 I M-M-H-l' 4RF-QPENED i The Schneider ? Carriage j: Factory 4. Has re opened' at 47 N. 8th St T Repairing, "painting aad rubber!- bring a specialty. New work made to order. l-I-I- .M"I"H- M-H-I- -I-l-I-t- OR. laFRANCO'S 0 COMPOUND. Bsf e. speedy res-ulster; 25 cents. Drnnlsts or fL Booklet tree, fin i.rmvm, PmZfah 1