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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM F1UDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1!01.
nr- OUR CONSTANT AIM . . IN THE IS TO SELL THE BEST MARKET HICKMOTT'8 ASPARAGUS. Output, 1901, 100,CXX) cases Grown on Bnaldin Island. California. Unsurpassed for fineness of texture, perfection in flavor. Packed in the cleanest, largest and most perfect factor.es in the world. They are the finest goods packed. Try one can and you will use more. john f. McCarthy t MAIN AND lOth. BEE HIVE GROCERY -HOES IBS x j We have Sweet Cider that is sweet. i4i Per gallon o o o 0 25c Sauer Kraut that is sour. Per pound 5c New Sorghum that it sorghum. Per gallon 50c Buckwheat Flour that is buckwheat. Six pounds 25c IF TOP ET IT AT TIIK BEK IIIYK. IT'S UOOD. W. E. HASTINGS o o o o o o 7FRf WPATUFD uuuu if un. i liiiii I In Michigan - Over a Foot of Snow at Negaunee. j Marquette. Mich., Nov. 15. The heavy snow in this part of the Upptr irenm&uia is us severe as any last winter. ILiilroad traffic is delayed. Over a foot of snow fell at Negaunee, where the thermometer is at zero. ' . LOCAL MENTION. innre Howsterr Corner S'xth and Main Streets. NOT TOO BJC. JUST BIG ENOUGH Saturday's Mention AT WOFJP' ALL GRADES THE Work in King Solomon Chapter tonight. Mai k degree, three candi dates. Bern, to Frank at.d Clara Slick Wesstl, 4S State ttreet, a daughter, fourth child. Louek & Hill, the contractors, want men. Inquire at the office or call them by 'phone. Miss Edna Brown of Germantown, who is attending school at College Corner, is visiting her niece, Miss Nellie Lowe, and will remain over Sunday. Georgo Westlake was arrested this afternoon charged with stealing a set of harness from one Brumlej'. lie will have a bearing in police court tomorrow morning. The Gennett theatre orchestra will have a busy day of it Thanksgiving day. They play at the matinee here and then go to Anderson, where they j play for a swell reception and dance in the evening. i Billy Runkle. sheriff of Darke' county, passed through today, hav-' ing in charge Charley Kid well and Frank xSrown, whom he captured at I Paris, 111., and was takir them back ' to Greenville to be tried for horse stealing, A neighborly meeting is in pro gress at Centerville today. The ladies of the M. E. church of that town gave a dinner today and about thirty ladies from Grace church went over on the trolly line, taking dinner with them aDd will rtmain until to- night. There were fully 100 Odd Fellows went to Eaton this afternoon, to at tend the reception and banquet. Most of tbem expect to return at 11 o'clock, but there will be quite a number who will remain over Sun day. The tickets were good for three days. The 'bus fight appears to be over again, and Green's transfer line is the only one in operation in the city again. Mr. Turner fitted up in fiae shape, ran for a week, and this morn ing paid off his men and quit and will store his stuff. At the stable no reason for this action was given. TLe glass blowers, who have been in the Colonial building the past week, have done a fine business which was well deserved. They are a gen tlemanly lot of people, and spare no pains iu entertainirg and instructing visitors in the delightful art of fancy I glass wort, ltie atlair is entertain ing ai d educational to a hi'h degree. Couldn't wait on the trade Saturday whole county was trying to get in here all at satisfaction as to service, we think crowds. This kind just look them over : ? l PRICKS course we couldn't. Looked like ihe once. Tried our best and gave average DID IT! That's what draws the Ladies' heavy ribbed fleeced vests and pants, regular 25c goods I !e Ladies' extra heavy fleece lined vests an 1 pants .... 50c Ladies' celebratep "Melba" perfect fiui:S union suits . ."Oc Men's ribbed fleeced underwear USc Men's extr. quality dark brown ribbed drawers, bicy cle seat ."iOo 50 doz extra heavy gTay fleeced, 45c per garment, suit . HOc Men's heavy fleece lined, per suit ........ IWSc Children's heavy ribbed union suits 23c Boys extra heavy fleeced, per garment JJJSe One case ladies fleeced hose ..1 Oc 25 doz lad'es' extra heavy fleeced hose, I5c, two for . . 25c 20 doz ladies' fleeced hose, ribbed top !!ic Good heavy work socks, blu-, brown and gray, 8c, 2 for 13c Fine linen finish crash ... ... 5c Limson's best black and gray prints 5c 1 case fine quality comfort calico . 5c 1 case Lancaster apron check gingham 5c 1 case fine outings, dark colors 5c Black dress goods, wool and mohair finise 35c Plaid suitings for children's school dresses ...... 15c Fancy braids for trimmings, the latest things IOo Doys dongola kid shoes, 13 to 2 O.Hc Men's heavy calfskin shoes tc Hoys' high top shoes, solid and durable, 12 to 2 . . . $1.35 Boys' Never-rip seal leather shoes , 1 .35 Boys Never-rip seal leather shoes, sizes 2J to & . 1.50 Boys' enamel shoes l.OH Men's work shoes VHc lix r.i quality work shoes 1.25 Men's tine dress shoes 1.5(1 Meij's fine dress shoes .............. l.il" Men's extension sole enamels 2 50 Men's leatLer lined viet kid shoes . ........ 2.50 Men's !ox ca'f leather lined shoes 2.50 Men's igh top shoes 1 T5 Men'r heavy seal leather high cuts 2.50 Ladies" patent tip dress shoes . I. OS Ladies' extension sole box calf shoes j, . . . . . . l.ttS Ladies extra fine kid shoes ............ 2.50 Ladies' warm lined beaver top shoes ........ Ladies' warm lined shoes, comfort toe or stock tip . Uk Warm lined beaver top, kid foxed shoes, just the thing for old ladies .............. 75c Ladies' fur trimmed Romeos in blue, black red and brown .. 4c "ack Juliettes, fur trimmed ?5c Ladies' lx?aver slippers, brown and black' 75s Beaver f It sjle slippers Ilttc Misses' do.igola kid shoes ....... .... 1.25 Misses' d mgola kid shoes, extra fine 1.50 Misses' heavv calfskin shoes, just ihe thing for bad days '. 1.25 Misses' dongola kid, fair stitch WSc Childien's dongola kid, every pair guaranteed . . . 50c Ladies' rubbers 35c Ladies' Alaska s . . l5c Ladies' Arctics 75c Children's rubbers . 35c Men's Arctics 9Hc Men's felt boots . . 1.1S Men's snag proof, rolled edge boots 3.00 OUR MOTTO is the best for the least possible price. A. W. GREGG, Cor. 6th and Main, Richmond New Books... LahraniaD Plenty of rice fresh oysters just in at Prices, Standards, " Selects and Counts. Large shipment of WALL . . PAPER A Violent Attack of Croup Cured. Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in a violent form," says Elder John W. Rogers, a Chris- nan evangelist, 01 r uiey, Mo. ' 1 gave her a few doses of Chamberlain 's Cough Kemedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child re covered." This remedy not only cures croup, out wnen given as soon as the symptoms appear, will prevent the attack. It contains no opium or oiner narmiui substance and may be given as connaently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff. Get a box of Prices elegant chocolates. ALL GUARANTEED AT KNUOPE' Typewriters, a'i makes, for sale or rent. Ribbons, repairs, etc. Tyr rell, W. U. telegraph office. tf All the new foreign nuts are in and can be had at Prices. now Malaga grapes. Florida oranges and new figs at Prices. - spring: styles just received Fountain Pens The bpst made. Evety pen is guaranteed to "write all right." Artistic Picture Fram ing a specialty. Ellwood Morris & Co. 720 Main St Always notxe this space for SHOE BARGAINS Ladies' House Slippers our Ladies' cloth fur trimmed Nullifiers, the $1.25 grade, I) rice 98c. In red, black and brown. Peop I eJExc ha ng e. All advertisements under the above head, such as "wanted," "for sale," lost," &c, will be gieu one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. Storage Ground fi'Xr, sixteenth and Main. Vern Smith. tf Lost Two rings tied in bancker chiefs, lost on north A street be- I tween sixth and tenth, liberal re- Ladies' Imitation Welt Shoes A good shoe for wear and service, has lots of style .'and fit. Our price, SI. 75. OUR S3.50 LINE ladies and gents is ex ceptionally strong. W e carry them in all leathers, and have such famous makes as liostonians and Ultra sh es. They have the style ami wearing qualities. STRONG & GARFIELD'S fine line of shoes. Nq better in the couniry for men. Would be pleased to show them to you. They are bound to please. Fred C. Lahrman, 718 MAIN STREET. wjrd for return to street. 41 north sixth 14 3t Wanted Two or three nicely fur nished room' with light, heat aod bath, one of the roo ns equipjed for lirht housekeeping, bst of tefereoce furnished. Address, Employed, this office. Wasted A small soft coal stove. Must hi cheap, 37 north third. Wanted Cow to milk for her feedi this winter. 2006 north E street. Lost A steel coal shoot. Re turn to Mather Bros. Co. and get reward. Wanted A girl or middle azed lady, with good reference, to do gen eral work; good wages. Apply 300 north second street. A MO For Satusd&j WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES. Larg 10-i heavy fleeced Cotton Blankets, worth O oc, for ; HOC Extra largre size 11-4 heavy fleeced Cotton Blankets. Ofl in grays, tans and white, worth $1.25, for OuC 12-4. largest size, extra fleeced Cotton Blankets, in 01 Or tans, grays and white, worth $2.00, for. wliZu L.arj?e size all wool Factory Blankets, come in white, grays, scariet and plaids, regular $3 89 Blanket, for Saturday Finest California white fleece wool Blankets, ex tra largre size; come in wbit- grays and fancy checks, worth $6.50, Saturday only . - S2.98 S5.00 Trading Stamps with ail Cash Purchases. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Home-made Comfort , filled with good white cotton, mad from good calico, large size; special for Saturday. S 1.50 Silkoine Comforts made from choice new patterns, and ruled with best white rT-n igrna ,;.,, , .1. ns Saturday only o ok 717 to 721 Main St, Richmond, Ind.