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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, July 21, 1906.
Page Five. n Peaches Peaches Peaches RESH supply daily of the best the market affords m and the price ic low: cents a basket. Watermelons H Watermelons in profusion quality the best. Saratoga Chi As usual we kee hand Saratoga C, are crisp and delicious. Extra Fine Cele., Cucumbers, Peas. Beets, Beans. Onions, Pickles. Radishes, Tomatoes. Cucumbers, Pineapples. 0. A. Harmeier Phone 1 1 1 1. !03ffMain Moore&Og General Insurance Companies. Money We will bond you. ROOM 16 I. O. O. F. During tb past eight months oQlclat-ed t Mil the weddln the most prominent Brides of Rich You know them. Ask them out our work. If you want th tnunlc of your wedding artlstlo and I program bomplete, Call up Tel. No. IB Tet-rauq Concert Quanet ..WALL PA HER.. fine Line Gradualinf presents. TRADIKQ BTAI Moormann's Book Store 020 IMaim St. I THE 5J P NO. 29 Nor fe'For Home andul If good service. if l a & i I . r . . I . . ni dcii irsos am, outincii men ft r. lunch our sneclaltv. Sewing Machi REP, SUPI R..V3. ..CEO. M. Western & South Rooms 33-34, We earnestly solicit your pa Con age HARRY W WIRING CHANDELIE ELECTRICAL S Hme Phone 1543. Bs!SW2 f ARLINGTON H Barber S First class work by firs' Ders, under strxyly sar tion. out petroni -" MM If you are tired, w cancot eat you i, tick and fed a tonic. Try Beef I nd Wine 50c Pe ottlo t M. J. OulQlcy, J52SE? Pharmacy 25f ere and T i a coiytantly on ih tiit or txbrn In Standard I 4 tf loan. lefl Estate, t fxMLDING. f ciond I 96 RICHMONp 1 fS Bin St. m m Cooke tod m ws l nes.. I t REPMRS nd t FILIEsS. : I vlT'i t HomePhof. V&42 Gxr em III 3Ma is R.J Jns.Co. Endg. I I I JfOD ! RSBnd 2 IMPLIES f yf s j T 7 Wopt I "lss bar i fAcondi-t I fM fohcited. T SM PROP. I T m f WB Social and Personal Mention MR. AND MRS. HAZELTINE DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAIN ED AT THEIR NEW HOME ON WEST THIRD STREET LAST NIGHT MRS. KINSEY GAVE A PORCH PARTY FOR MESDAMES LONG AND MOORE MRS. KOLP'S DANCE AT CEDAR SPRINGS TONIGHT. Y Mr. and Mrs. Leverette Hazeltine deliKhtJ'ully entertained a company of friends last evening at their beau tiful new home on West 3rd street The occasion being their wooden wedding anniversary. Tne rooms were attractive in their artistic ar rangement of palms, ferns and cut flowers. In one corner of the parlor, beneath a bank of palms and ferns was a spring of cool water. In the dining room the color scheme of red and green was charmingly carried out. The centerpiece for the table which was decorated in red was a brass candelabra holding red tapers. To the place cards were attached tiny wooden clothes Dins, tied with scarlet ribbons. Games, music and a paper tearing contest were the fea tures of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hazeltine were the recipients of many useful and beautiful gifts. There were some twenty-five guests present. Those from out of the city being Mr. and Mrs. Omer Davidson of Ft. Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Middaugh of New Paris. Mrs. J. C. Kinsey gave a porch day afternoon at her beautiful home ing at her home on North 8th street in honor of Mrs. J. C. Long and Mrs. Harry Moore of Philadelphia. The dining room was beautifully decorat ed in nasturtions and ferns. The guests included Mesdames Will Camp bell, Frank Parson. James Moore, Jack Moore, E. Sampson, of Cleve land, Ohio, W. A. Sample. L. C. Hoo ver, Walter Schultz. H. P. Johnson, C. D. Slifer, Charles Harrison and Mark Wilson. - Heidleburg's Orchestra of Dayton will furnish the music tonight for Mrs. Kolp's dance at Cedar Springs Hotel. Quite a number of young so ciety people will attend from the city, also parties from Hamilton. Dayton, and Mlddletown. Ohio. -! Dr. I. S. Harold and family. Dr. L. C. Hoover and family and Dr. and Mrs. Pierce formed a picnic party at Hiser's Station yesterday afternoon. Miss Ora White entertained yester day afternoon ather beautiful home on the New Paris Pike in honor of Miss Jessimine Armstrong of Koko- mo who is the guest of Miss Means of New Paris, Mrs. Wright and Miss Welshens of Indianapolis and Miss Ofa Sutton of Union City. The guests were Mesdames Hisshey, Hehner, Edward Clark. W. L. Hahn. Orlie Stanley, Charles McGinor, Garwood Iredell, Perrington, Chas Scott. Al fred Murray; Misses Ttella Ritchie, Frances Moans, Carrie Whitacre, Carrie Reid. Nell McNeill, Mary Ire dell, Mary White, Margaret Pills, of Chicago, Anna Mae White, Hettle White and Mary Austin of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Omer White were in the city yesterday on their war to Fowlorton, Ind., where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Da vidson. Next week Mr. and Mrs. White and Mrs. Davidson will leave for nn extended auto trip throughout the state. - Mrs. Joseph White, Jr., will enter tain next Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Whight and Miss Welshens of Indianapolis, Miss Sutton of Union City and Miss Armstrong of Kokomo. ARRANGE SPEAKING TOUR CANNON AND WATSON ON IT A Whirlwind Special Will Carry the Speaker and "Whip" of the House Over Doutyful Territory in the Present Campaign. Representative James E. Watson will be the companion of Speaker Can non from the time "Uncle Joe" enters the campaign this year until he finish es. The speaker regards Watson as one of the very best political speakers j and campaigners in the country. "Un- cle Joe" held a conference last night j In New York with Representative ' Sherman, chairman of the Republican j congressional committee, and the itin ! erary of the speaker and Mr. Watson j was decided upon. They will have a I special car and their "swing around j the circle" will be one of the interest ing features of the campaign. They will make a tour of Maine during the last week in August. The "Cannon special" will trnverse the Hoosier sfate and "Uncle Joe" will tell the peo ple what a strong delegation Indiana has in Congress. Mrs. Kolp's Dance. Heidleberg Orchestra of Dayton will rlay for Mrs. ChafliA Kolp's dance tonight at Ced parents and friends are cordially inlvted r springs, au f tie I dancers rto altfrnd and enjoy the music. Araliscmdnts have been made for thronl h cars which 20 and S:20 21-lt. will leave Richmond a o'clock In the evenlngJ 14th Street Work Begun. The work of tearing up South 14th street from Main to South B streets In preparation of its improvement has been begun. It is estimated that the work will be finished within a week. The Light, Jleat & Tower Co., will again demonstrate the advantage of artificial gas ftV cooking at their office tonight. All tlse who are interested are Invited to Vttendand enjoy the delicious biscuitk.thav will be served- 1 Miss Elsie Stanley will give a dance this evening at Jackson Park in honor of Miss Amelia Felss of Cin cinnati. Music will be furnished by piano and drums. Mrs. Chas. Marvel and daughter and Mrs. Charles Swayne have gone to Bay View to spend several weeks. Jt it A number of " Walter Johnson's friends gave a surprise party in his honor Thursday evening, the occasion being his seventeenth birthday. : Miss Meta Paulson entertained the N. L. Society Thursday at her home south of the city. The club will meet again in two weeks with Miss Grace Miller. . . si- Mrs. Dr. Townsend of North Ninth street entertained at dinner yester day, Mrs. Clayton Brown and three daughters, two of this city and Mrs. Nellie Coffman of Columbus and Miss Emma Lowman of Springfield, Ohio. Mrs. Charles Caster gave a picnic party in honor of her sister and niece, of St. Louis, yesterday afternoon at the Glen. The party was composed of relatives and Intimate friends. Four generations were represented, the eldest being eighty years of age and the youngest being three months old. - Mrs. Ella Caggan entertained at her home on South 9th street last evening. Misses Nellie Ferguson, es sie Steward and Minnie Miller and Messrs. Walter Utterback and Oscar Wilklns. Dainty refreshments were served. X- -9C- Miss Elsie Stanley will give a danc ing party at Jackson Park this even ing in honor of Miss Amelia Sells, of Cincinnati, formerly of Richmond. Music will be furnished by Stanley and White. PERSONAL MENTION. Hary White has returned from a business trip in Ohio. Miss Edith Doorman wen,t to Ha gerstown yesterday for a short visit from there she will go to Marion and Anderson. Miss Anna Bradbury and Miss Flor ence Shute will leave today for Chica go to visit Clifford Bradbury. Miss Margaret Dixon has returned to Liberty. Merrit Lamb of Greensfork, was in the city on business yesterday. Henry Runge was at New Madison yesterday. Miss Eessemine Armstrong of Ko komo Is the guest of Miss Frances Means of New Paris. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roberts have gone to Ontario . to spend several weeks. ' Miss Ella Dickey has gone to Phila delphia, to spend a few weeks, the guest of friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas have returned from Bass Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 3IIchael of West Richmond, have gone to Wash ington, D. C. Fred Powers of Terre Haute was in the city yesterday. Miss Meda Rodney of Cincinnati, spent yesterday at Cedar Springs. Miss Mae White has gone to West Badon. CITY AND COUNTY Real Estate Transfers. Rachel and Sylvester Lamb to Sarah E. "White, part of N. E. quarter section 22, township 17, $675 Deaths and Funerals. CLAWSON Mrs. Mary E. Claw son, widow of the late William Claw son, died at her home in Geneva. Ind., yesterday morning. The funeral will he at Windfall, Ind.. Sunday after noon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Clawson has many relatives and friends in the city. Faiica to Agree. Terre Haute, Ind.. July 20. The joint meeting of the executive board of Indiana miners and operators ad journed without reaching an agree ment on the controversy over ,be re moval of slate in the Linton field mines. Two mines are still idle. Longworths at Baden Baden. Rheims, July 20. Nicholas Long worth and wife came to Rheims from Paris. After visiting points of inter est in the city they proceeded to Luxemburg on their way to Baden Baden accompanied by Charles Car roll and wife of Paris and New York. Fagan Denies Forgery. Gallipolis, O., July 20. SherifE Man nering brought back from Buffalo William Fagan, alias Hargraves, the j-oung society man, charged with forgery. Fagan said the purpose of his arrest is to clear some alleged in debtedness and to force his father to pay it. He stoutly denies any attempt at forgery and says he is sure of acquittal. t Russia's Conflagration. Samara, Russia. July 20. The latest news from Syzran is that the city is a heap of ruins. Hundreds of persons lost their lives in the flames and sev eral men suspected of Incendiarism were lynched. Food for the starving Inhabitants of Syzran is being sent from here and from Sartoff. Bean the ? IM KU10 YOU H3V8 A!3VS BCEStf Bean the ? 1 ' m n3' u ; n E3 Customers outside Q - , t-rm of Richmond should ) J J Vs. JrvU V X . . - - fcj ej tak. .d,.nte . u &-4 ir (S3 r ffV V rpWR' Ladies Long n PmMUQvKV Silk Gloves, u "s baDd C01" KJ oj vyo 3vvju) Black ani mtt' a n L a Only Five More DayQf the Thirteen days is as tage of the last five possible. Only two another for six months BRING IN YOUR WANT MEMORANDUM. DDDDDDDDDDDD HARRIS APPOINTS C Ohio Is to Have Three Men to Look After the Railroads in That State. GET A SALARY OF $5,000 OLIVER M. HUGHES, PRESENT AD JUTANT GENERAL, GIVES UP HIS PLACE TO TAKE POSITION ON COMMISSION. Publishers' PreCj cojumDus, O., July 20. Under the Wertz law passed last winter. Ohio is to have a railway comission of three, with minority representation, instead of one commissioner of rail ways and telegraph. Governor Harris appointed as such commission J. C. Morris of Youngstown, the present railway commissioner, for a term of two years; W. G. Gothlin of Dayton, for a term of six years; Oliver H. Hughes of Hillsboro, present adjutant general, for a term of four years. Hughes is the minority member, and to accept the appointment must give up his office as adjutant general. The salary of the members of the railway commission is 15,000 each per annum. The appointment was tendered Hughes, who was not an applicant for the position, the governor having previously told Huges in a private conference that he desired to ap point a successor to him as adjutant general. It is understood that A. B. Critchfield, former adjutant general under Governor Herrick, will be re appointed to that office. By request of Governor Harris there will bo no change in the office of insurance commissioner. A. I. Vorys was asked by the governor to remain in his present position. He accepted, and withdrew his announced candidacy for the Republican nomi nation for secretary of state. Governor Harris went to Franklin to be one of the guests of honor at the Miami Valley Chautauqua and will introduce Governor Folk of Mis souri, the principal speaker of the day. Governor Harris was accom panied by Secretary Flickinger. The governor will go from Franklin to his country home at Eaton, where he will spend Sunday, returning to the city Monday. JOHN D. IS COMING HOME In Paris He Refused to Discuss the Legal Proceedings That are Pend ing Against Him. Publishers Press Paris, July 20. John D. Rockefel ler sailed for New York on the steam er Amerlka. He occupied a private car attached to the special steamer train and was accompanied by his physician and members of his fam ily. He declined to discuss announce ment of legal proceedings against him awaiting his arrival in the United States. Rev. Rondthaler to Preach. Rev. Dr. Rondthaler, pastor of the Normal Park Presbyterian church, of Chicago, will fill the pulpit of the First Presbyterian church, this city, Sunday morning, at 10:30. Dr. Rondthaler was former Pastor of tie Tabernacle Presbyterian church of Indianapolis, and is well known In MM SSQHERS long as we can a fibrdr daysthey will b Everything Redu sy, CHI- , DDDDQDQQQD For Saturday at the Bee Hive: Country Dressed Chickens, to stew, roast or fry. Fine Pejrhes, Blackber ries, Homegrown fubmatoes, Egg wer, Cucum- Corn, Fancy weet Nutmeg ns on Ice, Ale, New Honey, strained. Thousands things that's good to eat. If the best, get it at the BEE HIVE GROCERY. t CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City, July 20. (Spl) Misses Lena. Cornthwaite and Helene Munchoff and Messrs. Gage Rife and Roy Paul attended the dance at Jack son Park Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bender visited the National Cash Register Factory at Dayton yesterday. Miss May Bradbury was a visitor at White City in Indianapolis yester day. Mrs. Peter Kemrier and Mrs. Squire Cornthwaite were the guests of Mr. Robt. Cornthwaite at Milton yesterday. Mrs. LIbby Flanders has returned to her home In Indianapolis after a short visit with her father, Gilbert Crossley, at his home on North Gay street. Miss Virginia Custer was visiting relatives and friends in Hagerstown Thursday afternoonv Miss Helene Munchoff returned to her home in Anderson yesterday af ter a short visit with Mrs. M. C. Kreusch. Miss Marie Mason of Economy is the guest of Miss Grace Mils this week. Several couples from this city at tended the dance at Jackson Park Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ossian Calllaway re turned home from James Lake yester day, where they have been visiting relatives for a few days. Miss Mable Oldham is the guest of friends and relatives in Connersville for a few weeks. Starling Good of Dayton is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Limburger for a few days. Mrs. Dr. Albert Southworth and daughter, Lena, who have been the guests of Mrs. E. P. Scott for the past month have went to Shandon. O., where they will spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberta, be fore returning to their homo'ln Los Angeles, Cal. New George Br id Co.. of 517 Main street have rnished the new uni- forms for t irview baseball team. Palladium Want Ads Pay. For NICE DRIEDtB BOILED JH BACON. Fan y f&ssina tefflnelons r Fftjits of Fresh Veqet Dressed Chi m SPECIAl! PEAtH SALE TOMORROW LARGE BASKETS, CENTS. Phone your order. We appreciate your patronage. 12th & Main. Phones 229. Agents for White House Coffee. Plant, de bers, Bell PineappK Melons ( Grape jQi In the At MerWtCauQfi m. m at ts, JHdPne-grl In Gems), wjffermWo ice, GingLf mb aj of othefl you wary Suit&4fere. Ihm jfi m Ire Fa tfcF, API, J.emois Jce) S m KirWs ajleXf c$fisJ to do business at a heavy always are. Come in Clearance Sales each year. There will not be n Jfi Jt J6 Q MA8ERflElEE3 t We still h c a tew 2 more boxes 1 VIOLET DEvARMA SOAP 25c t 1 f A flesn brush gratis f with each box. QUIGLEY & BABYLON 415 N. 8th. Phone 145 m 2 Hot Weather Goods Soft and Negligee Shirts 50c to V.SQ) Sorgo Coats and Flannel Pants wJbh fsts Latesu Nccltwear hJts Strtyv Hats Store closed every night but Saturday If you are looking for the bestrfle of Fruits and Vegetables for the least Joney, this Is the place New Potatoes Jx" $1.00 bu. 19 lbs Granulated or 20 JJ?of A Sugar $1.00 Fancy Hand PicHttd Adda's 24c pk; 69c bu Nice large Pineapwesoc size $1.60 doz. 3 quarts Navy Beawj...... ......... 25c 10 lbs Country lard .....$1.10 A full line of Groceries, cigars, ft. o o o ...THE RICHMfrlOLLER MILLS... are equipped with tbvery best machinery, and all the latest devices forsaking high grade flour, and the pro duct of these Atlfe - CARPENTER'S, HAXALL and FANCY PATENT can not be excelled anywhere. Call for them ii you want the best. ALFDRD'S cur eat: DRUG STORE. Filled. Prescriptions Promptly loss. Take advan- the morning hours if U D D 1 On It Ot I required to SET Y at tW? Schn Carriage Factory No. 47 North 8th St. H during July, Augnst and September 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 tobacco and candic 029 Main. & 0 0 000000 XL MO COFFEE A SPECIALTY nun Kfnutes l k hi QVR TIRE 1 eider 6 6hA MMk HEP HIVE GROCERY ii