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The Richmond Palladium. Friday, July 13, 19U6.
d on on n,v u qnnon no ja is ccnncin n S3 a a rv 5 asuuu varas ai nnraan n nn 9 5000 Yards 6c American Prints All Colors, Full Pieces Unbleached C3 Muslin 0 a at4o Yard! 4 Yard i n v Page Eight. V IV Ladies' Taped Neck and Sleeve Vests2 for 9c 25c boysVJersey ribbed drawers f 10c Children's 1 Oc ribbed tan and black hose ...... . ..5c pr. W Chi!drenV15c fast black lace'hose .. ..7cpr. Children's-heavy 15c ribbed hose.. 9c pr. Ladies' Gingham Aprons, good.size 9c Ladies' -25a Sun hats 19c : i15cWhite,goods, lace effects 4 ,.9c yd. . 15c)Fancy, lawns ; ..9c yd. 4 3 ; 25cFancy Suitings .-' - 9c yd. P FancyJWorsted Brocades --9c yd. Cotton. Serge, all colors '.. ..9c yd. 'Ui Pretty 25c Voiles; j.. .. .. .. ..J9c yd. ppOc All Silk'Dresden Ribbons k ',19c yd. Children'S;25clace trimmed caps ',19c yd. -.Til Ik g$$FullStand sard Apron 25(rilk Emb. Ginghims 19c yd. 29c Tirkey Red Tabfo Damask . 19c yd. 60c ChaHies and Wool Waistings V.. 29c 50c FancyXand black wool dress goods .29c Orirl larp rnptains unrth tn $1 Rfl nnir nnlv 9Qri parh mV MM V WW W V I tf. V MIV V W W V V W I W W V 11 VI M J M WW W V W I t Ladies' Colored shirt waists, only a few left 2$c Ladies' $1.00 emb. trimmed waists 69 Ladies' $1.50 emb. and lace trimmed waists $1.00 Ladies' $2.00 elegantly trimmed waists $1.25 Ladies' $2.50 white wash skirts l $1.48 y Ladies' $1.25 and $1.5(Xwhite wash skirts 75c 10 yards elegant wrappenJawns 29c 25c fancy ribbons V 9c yd. Pretty 10c wash belts .A. 3c 15c wash belts 9c 1 V 15c Fancy washable stock collars --2c 15c Folding fans 9c 2,000 yards embroideries, worth up to 15c 7c yd.. 20c Turkish bath towels 9c 15c Bottle Beauty Violet Talcum powder per bottle ..,..90 Ladies' 10c Stockinet dress shields 6c pr. 5c card safety pins, 2 for 5c Pearl buttons, 4 dozen for 5c Good pins, 2 papers for 1c 5c Hair pin cabinet t. . . .2 for 5c 5c card hooks and eyes, all sizes, 2 cards for ..5c Mourning pins, per box 1c Best 12 and 15c dress Ginghams 10c yd. 10c aress Ginghams 6c yd. (HI yira, deeds off tiheir ttracltive SpecBaDs E)im9fl; Mss Fealt July ISyym Ginghams -l p "o) a a a a D a a DC ri a yinnl American 6c Calicos 4 Yaiirdl TARIFF SHEETS TO BE MODIFIED Richmond Travelers May Soon Reap. Benefit of. Ohio Rate Law. TEMPORARY DELAY COMES SEVERAL OF THE INTERSTATE LINES ALREADY HAVE BEGUN THE; WORK OF REVISING THE PASSENGER FARES. Though as a matter of course Rich Jnotfd is not within the Ohio state lim its, the 2-cent rate law in that state will affect the eastern 'passenger busi ness out of this city very considerably. Richmond people going east will derive no little benefit very shortly from the law. It Is 'how announced that inter state rates 'to and from Ohio points will In all probability bo modified to 4 conform with the Ohio 2-cent rate law In a short time. While only "one or two of the smaller roads have so far placed , an interstate Tate into use on the 2-cent basis for the Ohio mileage. Indications , are that a break will come between the larger trunk systems that cross the state. Already the Erlo rate clerks have been put to work revising the oompa- ny's passenger tariffs to the new ba sis, and it may be that similar work has been begun by the Pennsylvania, Baltimore & Ohio and other roads, al though nothing can be ascertained The interstate rate problem as it con cerns Ohio was to bo taken up for con- sideration at the Central Passenger association's meeting in Chicago to day. In making the new rates 2 cents a mile will be charged in Ohio and 3 cents in other states. It wasexpect ed that the roads would hold away from reducing the interstate rate ; from 3 cents until Pennsylvania and Indiana had Passed 2-cent rate laws, ? which are expected. Revision or tho tariffs Into the new form will require several months' work on each vi the larger systems. THE CITY IURU Choice Old Wheat Flou mond Elevator. 12-2t. The Epworth League i of Chester will give an Ice cream social next Wednesday evening, July18. Choice Old Wheat Flour mond Elevator. 1 iVUch- 12-2t. An ice cream and plejsoclal will be held Saturday night at the beautiful home of Frank B. Jenldnson on the Boston pike near theVSlkhorn Falls. Boston pike near theSElkhorn FaWs. Choice Old Wheatf Flour mond Elevator.. laiRich-Vri2-2t. Owing to the fact that the Penny Club cannot come to satisfacti terms1 with the railroads their ajmual excursion to Indianapolis maVnot be run this year. Teeth extracted no charges. C. J. M pry s s r iut pain or lenhalL Dentist tt J. L. Adams ha been appointed general manager of the Indiana Col umbus and Eastern Traction lines. The auditing office of the roadtflll be moved from West Alexanima to Cincinnati. Telephone the Rtebmond Steam Laundry to get youZnaundry. tt s J. L. Brown the local agent of the Indianapolis Brewing Co., waa fined $10 and costs in the city omirt for selling liquor to minors, Big reduction sale o at Kibbey's. ill straw hats 13-2t There was a small fire in a trash box back of the West cott hotel yes terday. It was extinguished without any damage. Cut prices on straw IM one month earlier than usual at Kmbey's. 13-2t WILL PREACH ON DANCING TONIGHT Evangelist Reed Is Expected to Say Some Plain Things at Dublin. MEETINGS SUCCESSFUL THOSE GOING FROM HERE EX PRESS DISSATISFACTION OVER THE STREET CAR . SERVICE PROVIDED THEM. Colored Silk Waist 1 nier prices $3.00 to $G. Sale price $"..4S at Knoll r 3 1 Phbei ins for- Sumnier rg's. Ilev. Roy L. Brown and family who have been visiting friends in thi3 city and Liberty, went to Richmond this morning where they will visit rela tives for a few days prior to their re turn to Bellefontaine, where Mr Brown hs charge of the First Christian .church. Conncrsville News- A. B. Clark the aged violin jnaker who is ill at Reid Memorial Jospital is slowly improving. 1500 yards splendidXAprin Ging hams only 5 cents imt yard. Knollen berg's Summer Sal el The Westcott Waiters Club met Wednesday evening at the home of Walter Bass. An elegant luncheon was served. The next nieetioar'will be with W. E. Jenkins. - HUT North F street. Our Summer row Saturday. THE GEO. II. K s V - N begins tomor- OLLENBERG CO. Jimmy Canavan, the former captain of the Fort Wayn polo team Is managing the New Bedford bsse ball team in the Connecticut league. The revival of the old time tent meetings in the Methodist church as illustrated by the meeting now In progress at Dublin is proving highly successful. The meeting at Dublin is awakening interest in church affairs throughout all Eastern Indiana. The effect is plainly visible in Richmond. Other denominations as well as the Methodists in Richmond are taking a great interest in the meetings. Wednesday night a crowd of prob ably fifty people went to Dublin to at tend the meetings. There were fifteen hundred people at the meeting. The Rev. J. Fenwick who is conducting the revival is preaching powerful sermons and about thirty people have been converted. Tfce singing is con ducted by Mr. Ernest Naftzser of Ma rion, who has-charge of a large cho rus. Tonight Mr. Reed will preach on "Dancing" and from the remark that he made that "it was a dirty subject" people may expect that he will show no mercy to dancing and dancers. Those attending the meetings from here Wednesday nisht were very much dissatisfied with the manner in which the street car company treated them. Theyay that after uromising them a special car to Dublin the ln terurban Company disapamnted them and they were crowded Jnto a regular car. making the trin Xery uncomfor table. EXPECT ft GREAT FAIR WILL OPEN ON JULY 24 With New Officers in Control Hagers town Should Have Better Fair Than Ever Before Horses Already in Training There. Hagerstown, Ind., July 12. (Spl) The new Wayne County Fair Associa tion having been organized for some time is preparing for the seventeenth annual fair. As the new company is composed of younger and more up to date officers and stock holders it is expected to have more success than the old one. Hagerstown and the county look forward to better races, better exhibitions and more attrac tions and amusements this year than ever before. The fair will be held from the twenty-fourth to the twenty-eighth of July, at the same location east of town, where many changes and im provements have been made. A great deal of advertising matter has beeu distributed. A great deal more attention will be paid to exhibitions this year than be fore. The object of the company is to put forth a display by which an in dividual may see the progress of the whole county at one place. The lead ing exhibitions will be vegetables, grain, fruit, flowers, table luxuries, fancy work, implements and live stock. One of the most important feature, will be the horse race. Horses are arriving on almost ' every train to be given trials for entires. CITY AND COUNTY Births. To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Drew, col- jored, New Paris pike, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bennett, 10 and South E streets, a boy. All odd Lace Cyftains at half price Knollenberg's summer sale. Alden Mote, the noted Richmond artist, was in the city yesterday mak ins preparations to paint ifome pic tures of local patrons. dconnersville News. Knollenberg's Si Saturday morning. ler sale begins Real Estate Transfers. Laura and Austin Barnard to George Parry, part of lot 43 in Home addition. Consideration .f 700 There will be only two more, week:; of summer school at E?rlham. The school this year has been very successful- i , c Deaths and Funerals. HICKEY. The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Hickey will take place'at 9:00 a. m., Saturday morning-from SL Marv's church. The buyfal will be at St. Mary's cemetery. Special reduct Hosiery, Men t& Summer s. T tns qjr Sfiirtjf aeJrt Underwear, Ties, Scarfs, Knollenberg's. SLAUGHTER OF FOOD ANIMALS How Inspection of Slaughter Houses In Richmond, Will Be Made. BLANKS ARE PREPARED QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED RELATIVE TO SANITARY CON DITIONS THAT EXIST PROTEC TION OF THE WEST. Dr. T. Henry Davis of this city president of the State Health Board has prepared the blanks which health officers all over the state will be re quired to fill in relative to the condi tions of slaughter houses and packing plants. In Richmond the city health board will make a careful inspection. The blanks contain the following questions for health officers to ans wer: "Location Is it near to habita tions; how far from corporations, etc?" "Building Is it wood, brick, stone, new, old, dilapidated, foul, etc?" "Describe imr;ediate surroundings p.v approach." "Describe drainage and water sup ply." "Are hogs fed on the affal? If so are they killed for food or sold? Des cribe condition of hog yard." "Are the animals for slaughter properly cared for and inspected?" "Is the slaughtering done in a cleanly and skillful way? Are flies ex cluded, and is the meat cooled in cold storage?" " "Is tallow or lard rendering done and if so is the process clean and proper?" "Are tanking, operations carried on? If so are they saaltarily conducted- and is an -open or closed tank used?" "Are sausage and chopped meats prepared and if so. is the work clean ly and properly done? Are chemical preservatives used?" ' "Is the meat well protected, from dust and flies when hanledraway. and is it nandiea in a cleanly manner: Special Bargains lijrWl and Silkoline at Knul Swisses rg'j Bargains await iom every de partment at Knolllmberg's Summer Sale. The Board of Public Works will make their road inspection .trip to Cincinnati nexl Monday- SUNDRY GROCERY SPECIALS El SEASONABLE FOOD NEEDS CONSISTENTLY PRICED New Honeyxfinest Rome made 20c lb Graham WaWs, good and crisp -10c lb Vanilla Wafels, rtgular 20c article, ...... 10c lb Bulk Olives, faicylarge sized, ......... 20c pint Bulk Midget RicWes sweet, ... ...20c pint Fancy Small Spuf Pickles 5c doz Fruit Sugar, soWething new, dissolves with the syrup on theiyuit or creamdoes not lump or harden, per pkg, 2 lbs ... 20c Toasted Corn Flakes, per Pxg 10c New Apples, fine cookers . 10c per i pk PHONE YOU J? ORDERS J. M. Eggemeyfer 4th and Main sts. 6 I'tnutK CKS : JEWELRY 1 WATCHES: Watch, Clock and lew dry Repairing a Specialty. SB m .Mi 704 MAIN STREET. 1 m .THE RIG in . 4 are equipped with tae very latest devices for making hi duct of these mills FANCY PATENT ER 'ROLLER MILLS... iest machinery, and all the h grade flour, and the pro- ENTER'S, HAXALL and not be excelled anywhere. Call for them if you want the best. X - f The Zwissler Bakery and Restau rant has undergone several changes. A new back wall for the lunch coun ter ha3 been put ia- The Knights ancjULadies of Honor Installed offlcers ' Wednesday night. The semi-annual report was read, and showed a membership, of HZ