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RICHMOND PAtLYIPAT.T.ATHlJM, FRIDAY, MAY .11, 1901.
t ji OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL TNC ... IN THE MARKET . . 30c ...... Have yot t-vr tried a pound of our thirty cent coffee? It i ni4 t!ie hi;hht priced coffee, hut is a combination obtained ly a M ruling of different varieties of coffee to- Rrtlu r, pn'ihicit.g a drink which will satisfy the most ...... f;istilious .................. ...... Try a jiouiid and le convinced ............ john f. McCarthy. MAIM AND S. tOlb. BEE HIVE a o o o o o o o NICE YELLOW - - - Peeled Peaches, 10c PER CAN. o "nn a cr 0 U7X, ITS 0030. I WW L OO O OOO OOO OOO O IS'o. ai. I needed much a pair of shoes And hatilly knew just where to choose, Hut spring Haisley's poetic ad1s I went in there tosj-ul my scails The t-tocn of jn1s that meet my eyes I vied with most intense Ftirprisr, I so fih-aseil I'll n again And s will you, I hoe, my friend. i 8?0 M aim-st. ' WALL PAPER Art in Wall Paper is fully expressed our complete and new assortment. Artistic wall decorations form the keynote ur constant aim in to aid you in si-curing the most waifs. In our line you will find henutiful designs and ft cents up. Room Moul.li njjs to match papers. Artistic Picture Framing a specialty. Glad ELLWOOD MORRIS & CO. 720 MAIN Anthracite $6.50 z o THESE PRICES MAY NOT LAST LONG1 Telephones 41) oooccoooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O A SHOE OF PROVEN WORTH. O o o o o o o o o Our h.nd sewed Patent Leather, Wlcm Calf or Yioi Kid shoe for men at o o $3. oo o o o o 1 1 i jilt or low top hand sewed, welt extension sole, extr quality, stock entirely new lasts, good fitters and wear guaranteed. You get them of o Q! V O Fred ( (illiriiiin. o 71S MAIN ST. n o OOOC"QOOO . j j Granr'mother Dennis' Celebrated 1'UltE HOP YEAST U 3M For sale by all Groce s First Class BEST 0000s COFFEE. GROCERY PHONE 190 (O o o o o California Apricots in Syrup, Regular 20c kind, 15c can. a UAQTIMCQ 6 I 111 Q SOOOO OOO N&Q QQ'S .T" .-msmrn in of pleasant home surroundings. suitable treatment for your colors, in all the grades from to have you inspect our line often STREET. COAL Mather Bros. Co. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. A ! " J r a- vvrme oaiin and Pride or Richmond FlOUr and Kernels of Wheat Are the Best hen ordering from your grocer, insist on having the alve brands, and you will get tlie irry test and cheapest. Manufactured by . . . ' CIIAMPICXS KOLXER MILLING CO JENNIE S. 1BAUGH, . . DRESSMAKER Fur Work Specialty 16 N. 8th St. As w-e already know next season's styles of Fur Wraps, now is the time to have alterations made before laying furs away, Facilities for making Furs are much bel ter now than in the FalL XATIIAX S. LAMAK N OTARY PUBLIC And Abstractor of TtUes. Daads and Prepared. OFFICE Mortgag-at Carefully AT GAMUT HOUSE Richmond Palladium FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1901. FORECAST OK WEATHER Rtsinx and Se-ttlnic of the Mnon. San -! ban. Moon. Ilisea 4 :33 Seta 72 1S?U 3U a. ru. Indiana and Ohio Weather Washington. D. C. May 31 For Indiana: Generally fair tonight and Saturday except possible show ers in the south. For Ohio: Unsettled weather to night and Sunday, occasional rains. LOCAL NEWS. Fletcher for hats. Try Kernels of Wheat. Try Kernels of Wheat. Try White Satin flour. Spectacle fitting a specialty, aer s. Ha Foulard dlk sale closes tomorrow evening. Boston store. Prettiest Baby Shoes in Richmond at H uuipe s Shoe Store. We fit spectacles correctly and can satisfy you. lianer s. See Schepman before you buy your summer suit. Spectacle Haner's. repairing a specialty. Charles Roberts of New Madison, O., is in the city today on business Earl Widup will make the Decora tien day address at Chester Sunday. One more day in which to take ad vantage of the Boston store silk sale Union Ice company for ice made frjra distilled water. Both phones 2 SO. a-tf The L.iterary society of East Main Street Friends meets this evening at 7:30. Our stock of suitings is by far the largest in the city. Geo. W. Schep man. Bargain racks at front door. See th.m. II umpe's Shoe Store. Webb lodge of Masons will ha'e i special meeting this evening for de gree work. W. L. Laeev of Muncie visited his brother, li. M. Lacey. of this citv yesterday. Sherman Dane or IJjiytDn, O , is the truest of Kev. Frederick O. Gran- uiss and wife, J. A. WLneburg of Muncie yester day visited his brother, . E. V mc- burg, this city. II. G. Hampton and wife of Eaton, lud., are visiting relatives and friends in this city. Fred Johnson has been made editor in chief of the Arbutus, the college paper at Indiana university. 3.00 Patent leathers $2.49 tomor row at tlumpe's. itev. u. ii. inn wiu taKe part in a home camp meeting . to be held at Kuightstown on June 2. Marriage license was issued this morning to Charles Roberts and Pearl Baker of Whitewater. The funeral of Frank Baldridge took place today at 1 lagers town. nevral attended from this city. If interested in good and durable underwear call at M. C. Bradbury's. 101a Main, and see samples from Muskegon Knitting Mills. Tomorrow is the last day of the Boston store silk sale. Minos T. Fox of Hagerstown has been appointed township assessor for that township to nil the vacancy oc casioned oy the death of r rack Bald ridge. ine iv. oi i. are preparing lor a picnic to be held at Mitchell's on the U. li. & M. one week from next Sun day. The fare for the round trip will oe ia cents. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sellers and daughter, liertha, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Math ers, returned to their home in Phila delphia last night t3.00 Patent leathers $2.49 tomor row at Humpe s. The station of the C, R. A M. at Williamsburg will be opened Mon day. The station will be of the same construction as those along the road south oi this city. tVmong the graduates from the In dianapolis law school yesterday were two Wayne county bovs: E. O. Bee- son of Dalton, who will probably go into tne practice at inches ter. and O. E. Harlan of Whitewater, who will remain at Indianapolis. Suit was filed in circuit court today of Ella t . omithers vs. Martha A altz for ejectment and damages. The property in question is located in Cambridge Citv. The property is aemanueu, with f izo damages. Further figures from the enumera tion in addition to what we gave last evening are from the report of Lewis Knopf, who had the territory west oi .Mnth street and south of Main. He found 1,440 voters in his terri tory. "Squire Hoover has filed his bond in the sum of $2,000, one of the se curity companies being his bonds men, lie opens up in business to morrow and his first case will be an insurance case, Vaughan vs. Mertz. Strawberry and ice cream festival at the First Presbyterian church Friday evening. May 31, beginning at t 'M. An art exhibit will be on display. - A special feature will bean entertainment of interest. Music will be furnished by the Philharmon ic quartet. All are cordially invited to attend. may30d2t In police court this morning Bessie Williams was arraigned for assault upon Wm Mclnarny. Miss Williams is an inmate of a castle, and in an altercation with Mclnarny slashed at him with a razor, cutting his coat before being disarmed. She plead guilty and was fined a dollar and eostsi which she paid. The case of the State against Ben ton Woodward, charged with selling cholery hogs to George W. Dris- chel, was called in Squire iTitchard s court at Dublin. Prosecutor Bond appeared for the state and Daniel W. Mason for 31 r. v oodward. A change of venue was taken to the court of 'Squire Reynolds in Dublin and the case will be called again today. On all sides the G. A. R. are ex pressing their obligations to Supt. Mott and the school children for con tributions of Sowers for Memorial day. The supply of flowers was very small on account of the season and if the children had not come to the res cue they would have been insuffi cient to have met the requirements. The children worked hard and wett generous and enongh and to spare wsks the result. Union ice pure and prompt deliv ery. iJotn pnones ssu. i-ti J. II. Sample of Logansport , is in the city today on business. Wm. Dudley Foulke is in Indian apolis today on legal business. Harry E. Ewicg of Dayton, O., is the guest of friends in this city. D. W. Fish of Helena, Montana, is registered at the Westoott hoteL The Senior class of the high school closes its work today and will have a two weeks vacation. W. E. Jameson and wife are in Ha gerstown today at tending the funeral of the late Frank Baldridge, which occurs there today. The work on the cement walks around the station of the C. R. & M. oa north third street will be com menced Monday. The Richmond City Mill Works this morning shipped a car load of machinery to McMinnville, Tenn., over the C. R. & M. Carl Sherer, who has a position with a large wholesale house in Chi cago, is in tne cuv visiting nis par ents and old friends. J. Lee AlbauL'h and family, who have been the gmests of B. B. John son and wife, returned to their home in Kokomo this morning. I Ed Grant, of New York, arrived in the city this morning and will re main here for several days on a visit to relatives and friends. On account of the cool and incle inent weather the date of opening of the club house of the Country club has been changed to Wednesday, June 5. i Mrs. Charles Murray and children who have been visitintr friends and relatives in this city for a few days returned to their home in Columbus, Ind., this morning. The high school alu-nni have al most comDleted their program for their entertainment at the high school building on June 14. Several musical numbers will be a feature. George II. Lane has been awarded the contract for carrying the mail between the postoflice and the uniou station. His contract calls for the beginning of his work on Monday- next. Mavor Zimmerman had another tussel with his roan four-year-old yesterday afternoon, the result being a broken buggy and a very muddv mayor Nothiug washurt much and the major the only loser. Rev. Fredrick O, Granniss was at Sbelbyville, Ind , yesterday ai d de livered the eonsecratiou fermon at Christ's church. Bishop Francis of Indianapolis and Bishop White f Michigan City were present. Bishop Francis was the consecrator. The Athletic meet of the Garfield school will occur tomorrow afternoon on Reid field, if the weather will per mit, beginning at 1:30. The admis sion is ten cents, and tickets can be had at the Ross drug store by those who desire. The program, which includes many' interesting events, we gave some days ago. C. F. Crowder, the new business manager of the Item, is here and takes charge tomorrow. His family will not come for about three weeks. His daughter Mabel graduates from the Marion schools on Tuesday next, and then thev will be ready to come, if he can secure a suitable house, which latter proposition was looking rather discouraging to him today. The appearance of a man making surveys and measurements on the street railway line yesterday has caused people to wonder what is in contemplation. The man was Mr, Gruggles, representing the Cleve land frog and crossing company, who are bidders or. the improvements needed at the cossings at eighth, fifth and other streets in the repair ing and extension of the hoes. Finest Strawberries in the city. MEYEK UK OS. High school hall, Thursday even ing, June b, ' lxst, a vagabond. Benefit of the Art association. Tickets 15 cents, to be had at the Westoott pharmacy. 31-6t Children's 35c lisle thread hose L. M. Jones & Co. Saturday 19c. Shirt waist sale Saturday at the Hoosier. Splendid values in laces, ribbons and corsets at Knollen berg's. j- Chickens. Hadley Bros. Fiftv gold fish just received at Prices. Ice creams and ices as Prices make them are fine, seven flavors. Rug Sale. 100 double faced Smyrna rugs 30 C3 inches, worth $2, Saturday $1. L. M. Jones & Co. Late Valencia oranges, fresh and micy, to be had at Prices. Potato Cliip.IIadley Bras. Drink cocoa cola drawn from Prices fountain. Hosiery, underwear and gloves, good values, at ivnollenberg s. Hot Weather Coming nis summer ana you wiu want a good ice cream freezer. Peerless and White Mountain freezers at f 1, ana Iliff's, Main and Sixth Sts. Prices make of ice cream sodas with lots of cream. Young and old Chickens. MElEli liliOS. Knollen berg's seven days' special bale of muslin underwear begins to morrow. Lace Curtains. 100 half pair lace curtaing woi th u to $5 a pair Saturday 50c each. - L. 2l. Jones & Co. Prices ages. fine candies in neat peck- Saturday's cut prices Hoosier. at the tig Baked Ham.Hadley Bros. Big Saturday at the Hoosier. Men's 50c jackets 25c Hoosier annex Saturday. at the Ladies' wrappers 43c Saturday, second floor, Hoosier. Hoosier 'a Saturday cut price shoe sale. Our line is made in Richmond. Every the best possible manner. C2n) Sujeaft-Glhop (Soodls Soldi Sod (Dooit Stoire, No 'eight cent corset cover. No nine cent drawers. No twenty fixe cent gowns. No thirty cent shirts. No job lots or damaged goods No nothing of that sort. GOOD MERCHANDISE, COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND LOWEST POSSIBLE NIGHT GOWNS. Note careful'y these splendid values. Lot 1. 12 dizen Ladies' Muslin Gowns, tucked yoke, inserting trimmed, good values indeed . . -iHc Lot 2. 25 dozen Ladies' Muslin gowns, extra quality, 8 styles, lace and embroidery trimmed. put in this sale for SHc Lot 3. 10 dozen Ladies' gowti. camhric and muslin, empire V sliHjxd, square neck, embroidery and la ce trimmed, usually sold in many places for S)Sc, our sale price is ?Hc Lot 4 . 25 dozen muslin, long cloth and cambiic gowns, lace embroidery, lumstitched, tucked and -ruffled trimminsr, li styles. worth fl 25, sale price He Beautiful line gowns, elegantly trimmed, many styles to select from at $1.50, f 17.5, f2 and up to fti, all at a discount of 10 per cent. PETTICOATS. Petticoats, ready to wear in lawns, ginghams, linens, sateen, mer- cerized, lioth in black and colors, any of these for 9Hc Don't miss the opportunity. Remembsr Beginning Saturday Morning, June 2)00, TEPOSITORSar a at ra- I quirad ta mal.tala ....... u ... M eraelt. Thll aampaayZwill aa acoaaat with y, raeaiviag aaiall aama, and allawiag a libaral latarest aa aaviaga da pasits. People's Exchange. AD V ERTI3E U. K NTS under the hemd cm anted Situations, male or female help wanted, loet. .Urn sot esceedinf fojr linea, u erted free in tbeae coinma. All "ads" for real Mate mlea, houea for rest, Baaacial and ' STOftAOB- Ground floor sixteenth and Main, Verne Smith. if ."Waited A medium-sized safe, fire proof, and also standing office desk; state size and price. W. C. Hart, Beechymyer, Ind. d3t For Sals Jersey sweet pota'o plants. 413 north twentieth. 3l-2t KtlOLLEtMRG'S STORE. OUR SUMMER SALE OF WHITE MM IIIERWEM. Begins Saturday morning, June 1, and continues 7 days. by the best manufacturers and for which we garment is perfect cut, SKIRTS No bttter values ever offered Lot A. ( dozen Ladies' Muslin skirts, camhric flounce. Insertion and lace edge trimmed at ... . 0c Lot H. 1ft dozn ladies' muslin and camhric skirts,all full length with foot ruffle, embtoidery ami hemstitched trimmed flounce, each WSc Lot C. 15 dozen camh-ic skirts, 6 styles, li-ngth from 3H to II in , tucked India flounce, legantly trimmed. wo'th f 1.75, they all tro in this sale for SI S Lot I), fi d zen short skirts, .cam bric tucked, any of tlu se fur . . 15c Superior line of finer si irt goods f merit onlv. All nicely trimmed, hest material at $1. 25, fl 50, fl.75. $ and up to $7.50 all at a 10 per cent discount. TAFFETA UNDER SKIRTS, ALPACA UNDER SKIRTS, Charming line, all new, properly made, black and colors, all at sjxcial discount prices. Uhe ?eo. you. ENTRE NOUS VS. Cincinnati SHAMROCKS. JUNE 2 SCREEN SCREEN DOORS - - - -. - Well made, complete with knob, hook and your house. Adjustable Window Screens - - - - - - - 20, 25, 30, 35, 40c each. The best Adjustable Screen made. We Also take orders for screens for all kinds of building. Jones Hardware Co. 923-929 North E St Corner Tenth "DIRT IN THE HOUSE BUILDS THE HIGH WAY TO BEGGARY." BE WISE IN TIME ANn USE full size, good material, CORSET COVERS. Every garment as y u would txr-ect them at t u store. I lain, high and low ne V corset covers lTc ech, 2 for 2.c 25 dozen ladies' corset covers, good assortment, will trimmed, V shape and low neck, take your choice .. .......... 33c 1 lot tight fitting and empire styles, lace and embroidery trimmed . -IHc Our line of ln-tter goods at 75c, $1, f 1.25, f 1.50. f 1.76, f2 and $2.25 is very choice and complete, everything that is new and right we have. Skirt chemise, 8 4 and full lengths, from $1.25 each to f 2 SO Short skirts from 75c to . ' . All at special discount prices. Handsome shadow silk petticoats in et r. se, blue ami purple at a special low price during this sale $ 3H only 7 days. 1st 36. ZfCnollenberg Co. - DOOR & have the exclusiva salo trimmed andN made in , , , We sell you better goods at very reasonable prices. Each lot grouped separ atcly, plainly ticketed so that customers can easily make their selections. PRICES PREVAIL, DRAWERS. Exceptionally good line, 78 dozen in w o assortments. fO dozen drawers, good material, tucked flounce and tucked draw, era with lace edge, extraordinary gotd for 23c 25 dozen camhric and muslin draw ers, six different styles, I rimmed very nicely with lace and em broidery and some himstitched, take your choice for per pair . . 47c Splendid assortment f lace and emhroidery trimmed drawers at 75c, $1 and up to 12.3 All to go at a 10 per cent, discount. Children's goo. Is equally as cheap. Our line is very complets: Gowns, 35c to $1. Skirts, 50c to $1. Drawers, 10c to 46c. Waists, 15c to 60c. All at a 10 per cent, discount. JUNE 2. SCORE CARDS, 10c. GRAND STAND, 15c. WINDOW - 75c EACH hinges, delivered at Notice of Appointment. of Indiana, W.yae cosalf, rm ttauem actoy g-ivea tb.t be mini l,aal h. toea appointed admiata-ator of lai mala of Booert A-MeOoaaidde. nwi Jale of Way coaaty. ladiaoa. said eatara M aaopoaad aa be Mtwit JOHJf W. TIWOLE. AdmUlstoator U Oardaer, AUaraey. mrf