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The Richmond Palladium. Wednesday, November 28, 1906.
Page mrec The Home of the FERNDELL Brand. 5i 1 la:-' J I 1 JOHN R EGGENEYER, 4th and Main Sheets IFsirinidlGlI2 2 . JF3V-m&&n 2 IFsirrdlIIII 2 We are exclusive agents for this brand in Richmond. FERNDELL brand denotes Complete ness in Variety. FERNDELL brand denotes Perfection in Quality. FERNDELL brand de notes Consistency in Price. Three vital Elements tmooaiea in one brpa-htKHttLL : Special Price Inducements for Quality Buyers for Thanksgiving Wife Peas. Super Fine Sifted (Ferndell,) dozen $2; can i ...20c Extra Sifted Earfy June, (Ferndell.) dozen $2.25; can... ...20c Sifted Sweet Wrinkle (Ferndell,) dozen $1.75; can. 18c Sweet Wrinkle (Ferndell,) dozen $1.65; can 15c Telephone (Ferndell,) dozen $1.25; can... 13c Golden Russett( Standard,) dozen $1.10; can... 10s Corn. Ferndell (Maine Pack) dozen $1.30; can 15c Crimson Brand (Maine Pack), dozen$1.25; can 13c ' Perfection Brand (New York pack,) dozen $1.10; can 10c -Pappoose (Illinois pack,) dozen 90c; can 8c Sunrise Brand (Ohio pack,) dozen 75c; can 7c Country Gentleman Corn, dozen $1.30; can 15c Fritter Corn (Ferndell), dozen $1.25; can . .15c Kernelled Corn (Best Sugar,) dozen $1.75; can 18c Tomatoes. Ferndell (whole Pack, 3 lbs.) dozen ..$1.60 Ferndell (small size,) dozen $1.15; can 10c Golden ftussett Brand, dozen $1.25; can... 12c Perfection Brand, dozen $1.00; can 10c Richmond Brand, dozen $1.00; can . 10c i Lima Beans. Ferndell, (small, French, green,) dozen $2.00; can 20c Ferndell (Baby, Cream Beans,) dozen $1.60; can 15c Independence Brand (Standards,) dozen $1.00; can 10c String Beans. Ferndell Ferndell Ferndell I r-mo-ho I r-mo-ho (Refugee,) dozen $1.65; can 15c (Fancy,) dozen $2.00; can 18c (French,) dozen $2.65; can 25c (3 lb. fancy,) dozen $2.10; can 20a (2 lb., refugee,) dozen $1.65; can... .". 15c Gibson Pride (Indianas,) dozen $1.00; can 10c Salmon. Ferndell (1 lb.) flat cans, dozen $2.50; can ... ... 25c Ferndell ( lb.) flat cans, dozen $1.40; can. 15c Ferndell (Tenderloin,) oval cans, dozen $3.00; can .. 35c Ferndell ('2 Tenderloin,) oval cans, dozen $1.60; can 20c Alaska Red, tall cans, dozen $1.60; can... ... 15c Lobsters. Ferndell or Sunbeam '2 lb. flat cans, dozen $2.75; can. 1 lb. flat cans, dozen $4.50; can. Asparagus. Ferndell, White Tips, dozen $3.50; can... .,. J 35c Ferndell, Green Tips, dozen $3.50; can M ... 35c Ferndell, White Stalks, dozen $3.50 can .M. . 35c Columbia, White Tips, dozen $3.25; can J.. ... ... 30c Ferndell. xtra Large Stalks, dozen $4.00; can.. ... .JE 40 o California Canned Fruits (Ferndf II.) Royal Anna White Cherries, dozen $3.75; can. Peeled Apricots, dozen $3.50; can . Sliced Apricots, dozen $3.50; can Yellow Crawford Peaches, dozen $3.50; can... Lemon Clina Peaches (halves.) dozen $3.50; Jan, Lemon Cling Peaches (sliced,) dozen $3.50; White Heath in Cordeal, dozen $3.50; can. Green Gage Plums, dozen $2.90; can .. .. Egg Plums, dozen $2.90; can.. . Genuine Bartlett Pears, dozen $3.50; can. Genuine 2 lb. Bartlett Pears, dozen S2.00can. Pineapple, sliced, (dozen $2.75; can. Pineapple, grated,! dozen $2.75; can. r- : I . 1 1 1 . en. rinc.puiC) anion wcf uvuii pi.u, iaw. . ..... Pineapple, 3 lb. Hilwan, dozen $3.00 Canned Red Raspberries, dozen $2.73 Canned Gooseberries dozen $2.75; pn. Red Pitted Cherries,Vlozen $3.25an 30c Canned Blackberries, qozen $1.&0 can 15c Canned Black Raspberrrbs cfon $1.50; can 15c Canned Blueberries, dozen $2.50; can... 25c Bottled Olives. Plain Queen Olives (large), bottle 50c Plain Queen Olives, 32 oz. bottle 90c Plain Queen Olives, 64 oz. bottle $1.75 ' Olives stuffed with peppers, bottle ... ... 35c Olives stuffed with peppers, large size 60c Manzinilla Olives, stuffed.. .. 15c Queen Olives, stuffed with almonds ... 35c Ripe Olives, 14 oz. bottle 35c Olives, stuffed with chopped Olives ... 35c ANY SIZE AND ANY KIND OF OLIVES. r- Tancv Graded Michigan Potatoes. Delivery This Week. Bushel lots 65c Five Bushel Lots 5734c Your Patronage Appreciated Our Assurance of the Best on the Market With Each Order Prunes. BEST BRAND, HAND PACKED. 2 lbs. Extra Jumbo Prunes (tin boxes)... ... 35c 30-40 size in 25 lb. boxes, by the box ... ... $2.50 40-50 size in 25 lb. boxes, by the box... ... ... ... ... ... $2.25 60-70 size, in 25 lb. boxes, by the box ... $2.00 90-100 size in 25 lb. lots ... $1.75 Preserved and Glass Goods. Preserved Figs (Ferndell) ... ... ...... ... ... 50o Preserved Strawberries ... .. .. .. .. 30c Preserved White Cherries in Honey.... ... ... ... ... .. .. .. ... 50c Preserved Peaches (Ferndell) ... 50c Preserved Red Raspberries ... .. ... 30c Preserved Red Currants .. ... .. 30c Quart Jars of Pickled Figs . ... ... ... ... $1.00 Quart Jars of Pickled Pears ... ... .. .. .. $1.00 Quart Jars of Pickled Crab Apples..... ... ... .. $1.00 Assorted Jams in Glass, each .. .. ... ... ... 25c Miscellaneous. Extra Fancy Table Cluster Raisins. All Brands Fancy Seeded Raisins. All Brands Fancy Cleaned Currants. New Corsican Citron. Mint Sauce, In Bottles. Paprica in three size tins. New Layer Figs and Fine Dates. Genuine Imported Swiss Cheese. - Genuine French Loaf Roquefort Cheese. Vaterland Brick Cheese. Imperial and Maple Leaf Cheese in Foil. Genuine N. Y. Cream Cheese. New English Walnuts. New Brazil Nuts. Ferndell Salad Dressing.- Yacht Club Salad Dressing. Durkees Salad Dressing. Snyder's Salad Dressing. Alpha Salad Cream. Columbia Salad Dre-ing. Pickles of Any Kind. Cocktail Sauce. Wneat Flakes and Hominy Grits. Yellow Corn Meal and Pastry Flour. Okra and Capres. Peanut Butter, in bulk. Genuine Norway Mackerel. Bensdorph Royal Dutch Cocoa. French Peas. Muchrooms, glass or bottle. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES." SEASONABLE AND UNSEASONABLE SPECIAL FOR THANKSGIVING. If you want your Thanksgiving complete, with all of the best and most dependable goods on the market, let us have your order. Jm. KL ffllBySir 4th and Hani J WILD RIDE III A RUNAWAY AUTO Machine Started Without M. C. Henley and Prof. Kamp - Couldn't Stop It. ENDED TRIP IN CORNFIELD ALL THE AMATEUR AUTOISTS COULD DO WAS TO STEER AND THIS FACULTY HE WDE GOOD USE OF. According to stories being told in auto circles, M. C. Ileuley and rrof. Henry Kamp uad a peculiar experi ence a few days ago while testing a machine which Prof. Kamp consid ered purchasing. A country road was selected and things proceeded smooth ly until a slight mishap occurred. which necessitated Mr. Henley to dis mount and investigate. As he stepped out, the machine started and before he could regain it, the machine with its lone occupant, Prof. Kamp, was speeding along the highway at a good rate. Prof. Kamp's knowledge of au to steering was very limited, in fact it was his maiden effort, but his knowledge of thQ mechanism that con trolled the motive power was even ess. He managed to steer the ma chine, but to save his life he could not stop it. He had covered consid erable ground , when he realized that something would have to be done, so with excellent judgement he steered into. an open cor field and the wheels sinking deply into the soft loam brought the jbutfit to the end of its mad flight. AUTOMATIC STOKER HERE Portion of i.'ew Machinery for Light Plant Has'Arrived and Will be Placed at Once, The automatic stoker for the new boiler recently installed at the city's light plant, arrived yesterday and the Board of Works will have it put in place immediately. The electrical ma chinery ordered from the General El ectric Company will be shipped on De cember 1 and unless some unforseen delay occurs, will be here within the next two weeks. LAW IS HELD ILLEGAL AFFECTS COUNTY SHERIFFS "In and Outs" Fees Cannot be Legally Collected Hereafter, According to Decision Rendered Yesterday Many Have Profited by Them. ORDINANCE TO BE TESTED Supt. Bailey Wants to Find if Patent Medicines Can Be Distributed Promiscuously. Artificial gas. e 20ih Century fuel. 10-tf. In an effort to test the city ordinance which prohibits the promiscuous dis tribution of patent medicines afxmt the city, Supt. Bailey has arranged for a test case with J. S. Bruniley, a dis tributor, who acts for varfbus compa nies. The case will be carried to the Circuit Court to test theyvnlidity of the 1 ordinance which is iu question. It is alleged that a three-yopr-old child was ! made seriously sick recently by eating some pills which wre found ia the yard or Its parents iome. According to the decision made yes terday by the Indiana Appellate court, Wayne county sheriffs who may have in the past collected "in and out" fees, are not legally entitled to them and in the future these perquisites will be eliminated from the sheriff's fees. A dispatch from Indianapolis last night said: The opinion filed last February and the one filed today were written by Judge Myers. His final conclusion is that "it was the purpose of the Legislature, by the fee and salary act to put county offi cers practically on a salary basis and as nearly as possible do away with the fee system." He says that the .old system of allow ing the sheriff fees for "keeping the jail" was abolished by that act. and AT THE THEATERS Theatrical Calendar. ) Gennett. Friday night "The Pit." Saturday night Tim Murphy. Monday night "Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway." Tuesday night "The Awakening of Mr. Pipp." . New Phillips. All week Dora Woodruff Stock Com "The Pit" Gennett. That clever and poular actor, Wright Huntington, will appear at the Gennett Friday night, Nov. 30th, in William A. Brady's much talked about production of "The Pit," a dramatization of Frank Norris great hovel of the same name. The actor, the play and the production have already scored an immense hit and this play is considered the great est dramatic success that tha stage has known within the last twenty years. Repertoire at the Phillips. It must be said for the Woodruff "our attention has not been called to stock Company, which is filling a THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES Turkeys, Chickens and Ducks, Cel ery, Cranberries,! New Figs, Dates, New Nuts, Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds. IA f J I line of Ko We Ba Canned GoVds. RRY J. DOOAN, 12th am Main St. Phone 229.. Agents for White House Cocee. 2S-1U Itching, torturing skin eruptions disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's Ointment brings gruick relief and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any drug store. any statute, nor do we know of any au thorizing a change in favor of the sher iff by reason of his duty to keep the jail. Without such a statute and a law making the county liable to pay for such services there can be no re covery." The "fees" claimed by the sheriff of Delaware county, who brought the suit decided yesterday, amounted to more than $400 a year, and it is said the fees in Marion county would be about five times as large. As surely as children learn to speak the language of their parents, so surely will Hollister'skocky Mountain Tea make them Jrell and keep them well. Tea orcablets, S3 cents. A. G. Luken & Use artificial gas foi nlsht and heat 10-tX week's engagement at the New Phil lips, that it has selected an attractive list of plays for the patrons of this house. The bills for the remainder of the week are as follows: Wednesday matinee, "Government Spy;" Wednesday night, "Hickory Farm." Thursday matinee, "Slave Girl:" Thursday night, "Light House Rob bery." Friday matinee, "Deserted at the Al tar;" Friday night, "Dangers of New York." Saturday matinee, "New Hampshire Folks;" Saturday night, "Younger Bros." Ladies were admitted free again last night when accompanied by a person with a paid thirty-cent ticket and the patronage was very liberal. Two nights of such reduced rates is out cFj the ordinary and therefore tho mere appreciated. Special prices have been made for the matinee on Thanksgiving. Reserved seats will be twenty cents and admission to the gallery will be ten cents. Tim Murphy Gennett. In "Old Innocence," the play to be given by Tim Murphy at the Gennett Theatre next Saturday night this splendid comedian is seen at his best and his revival once again shows him in a character in which he is most ably suited. His revival of "Old Innocence" has been made with every attention and his supporting company has been most carefully chosen. Among his players will be Dorothy Sherrod. Lou ise Whitefield, Mrs. Aubrey Powel and O. J. Griffin as well as other clev er assistants in minor parts while the costumes and other accessories are of the best. "45 Minutes From Broadway." Gennett. "Forty-Fve Minutes from Broad way," to be presented in this city at the Gennett next Monday night is re peating this season its wonderful suc cess of last year, playing to the ut most capacity of every theatre fou tunate enough to secure this attrac tion. It is generally regarded as the most clever and bst written nisic play that has yet eminated from the prolific pen of Geo. M. Cohen, who is now responsible for six very success ful comedies. The Company to be seen here will be headed by that graceful and magnetic little actress Corine. Klaw &, Erlanger, the managers of the tour promise a notable cast of players and one of the most elaborate productions ever sent on tour. "The Awakening of Mr. Pipp" Gennett. The "Awakening of Mr. Pipp" the particularly bright and tuneful musi cal farce with Charley Crapewin in the title role, "will hold the boards at the Gennett Theatre Tuesday, De cember 4th when it will doubtless repeat its unprecedented series of successes which extend clear across the American continent. It enjoyed a record run at the American Theatre New York and has played to delight ful audiences in every large city in the Xrnited States. s a ry Eli a a a We Sell the Best PocoYiontas a inod. Hackman, Klehfoth Co. a jf Jf Jf. - A i GENNETT THEATRE FRIDAY NIGHT, NOV. 66 THUGS t WM. A. BRADY'S Missive Production of the 4 A dramatization of Frank Norris lock, introducing the popular actor, superb company of 50 players. 1C0 in the great panic scene. nran 'Ira 8wlshr f Mantnr Graat Sensational Success 4 IfamVus 17 novel by Channing Pol- i 1HT HUNTINGTON, and a cy. A living, breathinig story of the Chicago Wheat Pit. Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75, 50, 25. Seats on sale at Westcott Pharma- TYTTTtTTTTTTVTTTI : NEW PHILLIPS THEATRE : O. C. MURRAY, Lessee an Ona Solid Week, C Return engig anager : DORA WOOD Twenty People, 8 big Vaude : M ... (fciea t of y ft RUi 1 Ml. Monday, Nov. 26 re erer popular F STOCK CO. ; acta, Superb band and orchestra. Big 10c Matinee daily. Seats on sale at the Alford Drug Store. a w m