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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2;?. 1901.
J! OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST GOODS ' . IM THE MARKET . " How the World Moves Only a few years ago everybody bought coffee gTeea and roasted it at home. Now how many persons will you meet mho have never seen coffee in the green state? Coffee roasting and coffee blending has got to be quite an art. We will not tell you our coffees are "the best." Everybody lays claim to that distinction, and everybody cannot be right. All we ask is a trial, and if your purchase proves satisfactory, we feel sure that your relations will be lasting ; if not, all the argu ment in the world would not prevail. (JIVE x US A TRIAL. john f. McCarthy t AIN AMR S. lOth. BEE HIVE GROCERY HO IPO .cs We get our Thanksgiving Tuhkeys dirdct from the best farmers. If you leave your order with U3 you will be sure to get a good cue. OUR CRANBERRIES are the finest, so are all all our other tiimmiDgs for jour ThankegiviDg dinner. m Q IF TOTT GET IT AT THE BEE HIVE. IT'S iOOI. W. E HASTINGS III 1 mini" 1 1 1 Vjj 1 inMHtiitifiiiHiniHiV MATHER BROS. CO. Can furnish you COAL PROMPTLY. They have coal to burn. PHONE 49. HYDRO CARBON GAS HEATER This heater is adapted to either natural gas or man ufactured gas, and is really the only economical heater jet offered ...... Carefully conducted tests have demonstrated that with ga. at $1 0) per thousand, its operating expense does not exceed one cent per hour. It is handsomely hnished in hre proof aluminum bronze :::::::: Peter Johnson Stove Store. TEE CHURCHES. CATHOLIC. St. Mary's, Rev. Julius- F. Mat tingly, pastor. First mass at 8 a. m. ilifrh mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at 7:i9 p. m. METHOPIST. Weslejan Methodist church, south tenth street. Elder J. E. Artis, pas tor Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Sub ject, "What Will Thou Have Me to Do. Sunday-school 2 p. m. T. H. Johnson, superintendent. 7:30 p. m., thesont? service will not be held on account of sickness and the pastor will preach. RHODA TEMPLE. There will be no service tomorrow on account of the Y. M. C. A. meet ing at the Gennett theatre. SCIENTIST. Christian Science services at the reading rooms in the Masonic tem ple at 10:30. Subject, "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, or Mes merism and Hypnotism." Wednes day evening meeting at 7:30 o'clock. First church of Christ, Scientist Services at 10:30 a. m. Subject, "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, or Mesmerism and Hypnotism. " Wed nesday evening meeting at 7:30 at 713 12 Main street. PRESBYTERIAN. .First Presbyterian church Sunday-school 9:15 a. m. At the 10:30 a. m. services addresses will be de livered by Mr. F. B. Shipp and Mr. Hurry of the Y. M. C. A. conven tion. Meeting for women only at 3 p. m., to be addressed by members of the convention. Grace church will unite with us in the evening service, which will be addressed by Mr. C. K. Ober of the convection. Consecration meeting of the endeavor societies at 6:30 p. m. United Presbyterian church Preaching at 10 45 a. m. by Rev. S. II. Lyons. He will be assisted bv G. N. Bierce of the Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 p. m. KRIESPS. North A Street Friends First dav school 9 a. m. Meeting for wor ship 10:30 a. m. Young Friends' association 6:30 p m. Subject, "Search Thine Own Heart." South Eighth Street Friends The Christian 5hurch will join in the C. E. service at 6:15 and the evening service at 7:15. Prof. Shailer Mat thews of Chicago University preaches at 10:30 and H. G. Van Tuyl of De troit, and Mr.Hurrey of Bloomington in the evening. East Main Street Friends, corner fifteenth and MaiD streets Bible school at 9 o'clock. Meeting for! wor.-hip at 10:30. Senior Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Mr. A. A. Ebersole will address the Bible school. ASSIGNMENTS. Sunday services, as arranged by the Y. M. C. A. convention. Morning services at 10:30 a. m. as follows: East Main Street Friends, C. K. Ober, of New York, and J. L. Dorst, of Cincinnati. First 31. E. church, G. N. Bierce of Dayton and J. P. Hillis. First - English Lutheran, - H. G. Van Tuyl of Detroit and F. G. Pear son of Spencer. Grace M. E. church, Rev. Henry Ostrom of Greencastle. First Presbyterian, Fred B. Shipp of St. Louis. - South Eighth Street Friends. Prof. Shailer Matthews of Chicago. Christi; c E. T. Colton of New York and W. D. xSall of Cincinnati. Second Presbyterian E. Neighbor of Indianapolis. Whitewater Friends T. H. Brad wick arid M. E. Haggerty. Fifth Street M. E. II. A. Wilbur ;of Ohio u .id H. P. Townley of Terre I Haute. ! Second English Lutheran Rev. i Lambert of Elkhart. Earlham College E. C. Brownell i of Evausville and C. M. Dinsmoreof t Peru. j Third M. E. W. A. Craig cf Bick j welt. Baptist W. A. KUng of Cleve land. Mt. Moriah Baptist J. W. Burns of Fort Wayne. 2:20 p.m Home of the Friendless, Mrs. E. C. Brownell, of Evansville. 3:00 p. m. Men's meeting. Gen nett opera house, Evangelist Henry Ostrom. Boys' meeting, First English Lu theran church, C. M. Dinsmore of Purdue and Bert Modesitt of Craw-fordsville. Women's meeting First Presby terian church, H. A. Wilbur of Ohio. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Friends, - H. G. EVENING SERVICES. At South Eighth Street Christian church uniting Van Tuyl and Mr. Hurrey. At First Presbyteria". Grpc1 M. E. uniting C. K. Ober, ol New York, and J. W. Burns. At First M. E., East Main Street Friends and Second Presbyterian uniting E T. Colton, of New" York, and W. A. Kling. United Presbyterian G, N. Bierce, of Dayton. Fifth Street M. E Fred B Shipp, of St. Louis, and A. W. Kruemling. of Arderson. Baptist, H. A. Wilbur of Ohio and A. A. Ebersole of Lafayette. First English Lutheran, Prof. Shailer Matthews of Chicago. Second English Lutheran, Samuel Clark of Elkhart. German Lutheran, St. Paul s. J. V. Uabbe of Indianapolis and C. M. Dinsmore of Peru. Mt. Moriah Baptist. Wm Hill. Samuel Ratliff, H. L. Hurrmons and Richard Lissle of Indianapolis. All evening services be in at 7:15 ani close at 9:15 in time to reach East Main Street church for farewtll services at 8:30. Doors of East Main street church will be kept ciosed till 8:10. Farewell services will be in charge of State Secretary L. E. Stacey o Indianapolis. AJtlr ma Roatll.c m Tarkey. "Ninety-nine women out of every on hnndm!.' uinetv-.niue rooks out of every one tumdrW. wiJr bakr'a t;:rk5y j with the back to the' mh a'Xwj Orleans man wlu keeps In tosn h m ith j the kitchHi, -and thin Is a njJsfjtke. j I said ninety-nine out of every one j LuU'Jred. Rather should I have said j that the mistake Is almost universally ! made. Hut few cooks ever think of j ecxking tbe turkey any other way.' Tht re seems to le a demand- for well ( browned turkey breast. But in brown- j ins the breast they saor'tiee the sweet- j ness of this part of the' fowl. Tbe J lest way to prepare a fnrkey is to t ake j it with the breast down. I learned ; this lesson from Mine. Beetle, whose f plaee down hi the old quarter, near the ' French market, has become famed aii over the country. She nt ver thinks of j liaU:u a turkey with tl;? breast i:p. The breast is turned to the ixittoin of ' the pan. and. instead of being: dry and j tasteless when it is served. Is rich!? i flavored and as sweet and j-.iiey as one j would care to have it. You see. all . the tine flavoring of the turkey, the; juices of the dressing and all toe daintier touches flow down toward uic j breast of the fowl, and when the white j meat 1" served you cot the full benefit ? of every flavor added duriiu; the proc esses of preparing and baking the tur key In addition to the distinctive taste of the fowl itself. "Inconvenient and awkward? Not at all. It Is Just as easy to cook a turkey in this way as In any other way and the result is iufinitely more satisfac tory. It Is no trouble to arrange the fowl In tbe pan. If you desire to place the fowl on the table lefore carving It. you will find that it will look quite a well as it would if baked in the usual way. and certainly it will taste much better than it would if you baked the breast un'il it was dry and flavorless." Xew Orleans Times-Deniocrat. "VI a The Latest FoldlnK Bed. Folding IhhIs are a necessity in many aparUueuts on account of the lack of sjwce to move about during the day and also to partially conceal the fact that there is a bed in the room, but Horatio B. Ruggles of ISoston has Im proved on this idea to the extent of shutting the bed up iu the closet when not In use. Our illustration shows the bed being opened out for use and gives a view of the Interior of the closet, with hooks in position to hold the cloth- DAIL.Y MAItKKT KKPOKT Prevailinis lri:e For irain, Provis ions ami Livestock on Nov. .21 In fianapolia rain and Livestock. Wheat Waifon. 7.V: No. 1 rot. J4c Corn Steady ; No. 2 mixed, eo'vs. Oat; irin; No. t mixcU. U'jC Cattle Steady at $i7ia.llV. Hogs Steady at 4.75iaS.MO. Sheep Steady at $l.:nat-7i. ; ljimbe Meady at ii. Chicajfo Urain and Provisions. Opened. CiosMHi Wheat Nov . .71i Uee. 71 .'.t May 75 -Ti?a Corn Dec 60 Mii Mav B8 July Oau Dec. .- .41 May Jl , ,14 July XV P..rk Sof- U.10 Jan iS.: l.i.j7 May IS-M la.7 Lard Nov 8.75 Jan- .70 . May Sj7 .SB Kits Nov 7J Jan 7.75 7.j?io May 7.1tt 7.tfi Closing cash market Wheat, 71,c; corn, SO.1-; oat, pork, Jli.10; lard, s.7S, rib. J7.5A Ixtuisville Grain and Livestock. W heal No. 1 red and kmjeberry, 74c . Corn So. S white. 7,'jC; No. t inixed. STo. tiatr No. t niixtMt 45c: Nix 2 white, 7c HUir Iiuil at 2.2-oi.2i. Hut- siea.lv at H-ju$k sheep Mea.iy at $?2.J. Caiiiu sKik'.y at i-0o44.40 Cincinnati drain and Livestock.' W heal Firm; No. t red, 76.1. Corn Firm; No. 3 inixed. Ww-. Oats steady : No. 1 mixed, ic. Cattle Dull at tl.TiaJUVli. Uo;! Active at . lmi.i. thee Uull at 1.2i2.Ni. Lamu Weaa at (2.a4. la. Chicago Livestock. CatU Active; eter&, J7.00; stocker and feeders ; Uoga steady at tCOOiiff. btkevp Steatiy at S4. Laoiba t-leaily at JiiO to 4.7S New i'ork Liveaatook Cattle steady at titiaa. Hotn Quiet at (oaKi. sheep Slow at S2.XaA.M. Lain o steady at -2.'.i. l-jut Buffalo Livestock. Cattle Steady at 13 (6.10. Hoio Active at tU&L. Sheep latl at SUaOeltu, Lam ho Dull at .iiit.ia Toledo tirain. Wheat Firm ; cash, 76'4c; Dee., T9W. Com Active ; No. S cash. 61, Oat Acuve; Nil 2 caW- ale. Good Judgment CD tells you buy nice clothes, good clothes, becoming clothes. Clo nes that will look well on you, clothes that will wear w clothes that will be an outward index of your good taste, of your good judgment. Appearances Go a great way clothes make tbe man first impres sions are tbe lest, niott lasting. Clothe do it the right kind our clothes will. Long Overcoats, swell Scotch plaids and cheviots and gray effects $10 to $25. Stylish Military tweeds and neat $ 10.00 to $18.00. Suits, newest Scotch silk mixed worsteds A BARGAIN Jn n'rn St. Bigness Property In Choice Location BET ASD CLOSET. In?. The door to all intents nnd pur Ioses does not differ from any othei door, except that it is hung on two piv ot pins Instead of hinjres. and even the lejrs whk-h support the bid ou the floor fold inside when the door is In a ver tical position. Any desired form of mattress and springs may he used, and a clamp is provided for holding the clothes In place when the bed is folded. Come Quick and Learn Particulars. Aaiomobile Claba Increase. A compilation of the automobile clubs organized to date shows that thirty-three organizations of America are devoted exclusively to the inter ests of automobilism. Additional re ports doubtless will Increase the num ber to about forty. Without exception, every title includes the words "auto mobile club." Tbe Union nel coal. Ice Co. has Semi-Can-HMO! W. H. Bradbury & Son "WeHtcott Block. New ''Some years ao while at Martins burff, W. Va , I was taken with cholera morbus, which was followed bv diarrhoea The doctor's midicine did me no tjood. 1 was advised to get a bottle wf Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. which I did, and it cured me oucd aDd well." G. A. Morris. Embree ville, Pa. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff & Co. People's Exchange. All advertisements under the above head, such as "wanted," "for sale," lost," &c, will be gvven one insertion free, to Palladium subscribers. Storage Ground floor, sixteenth and Main. Vera Smith. tf Wanted Girl 13 or 14 years old to help with house work. Call at 1210 north F street. Wanted Set of first class tele graph instruments. Must be cheap. Address E. L. S., 204 south twelfth street. Wanted Scrub man for hotel lobbv. Inquire at desk, The West-cottr DR.FENNER'S LATEST QUOTATIONS. Chicago, 111., Nov. 23. Wheat, 72 Corn, 61 1. Oats, 421. - Toledo, O., Nov. 23. Wheat, 76i. BlDod & Liver KF.MKDY A51 NERVE TONIC fir Books... Large shipment of WALL . . PAPER sprinfir styles just received Fountain Pens Tbe best made. Every pen i" guaranteed to "wiite all light." Artistic Picture Fram ing a specialty. ; ; ? Ellwood Morris & Co. 720 Main St H.H.Meerhoff i SAJSTITYIIY i Steam and Hot Water Heating: SEEBAGE, ETC See na for Estimates. 8. B. Cochrane, D. D. S. There Is No Excuse For your having bad, uly teth 'o mar your beauty and ruin your r ealth. 1 ( you are timid you net d have &o fear, for we are prepared to Ao per fectly painless dentifctry, aud if jour means are limited, here is tbe place to come, for our prices are more than reasonable for the kind of work we do. This is the way all my patients talk: "Dr. Cochrane extracted nine teeth for aae entirely wilnout pain, tod 1 aunereo no Dad after rcaitit. MR. N. H. KlSl tV. n North 17th St., City. Compare these prices with what ou formerly paid: GmI mt f TNik rbhr - SB OO 18K e)d Crawa . 4.00 S2K field Ortwi S.OO Bald riliints . . . S0 Um Silver FIIIIB0 - 60 Md p Teath Extracted, SSe m4 - .SO Rememlr, all work is guaranteed. 1 will forfeit $25 for t-v tK.lh I can not extract without pain. R. 8. Coc hrane. D.D.S. Rcca.ax vrHua.ml and ttgiewrrd iJentli-t. Rooms Is and 19, Colonial B ildiasf Be sure yon et the 'igTit room The numbers are on the door. " Palone 46. 9 S JSlntb TOU KNOW That the majerfty ef Beple whe patrMlze this lnstHarti are not rich. H i the thrifty felks whe want te acquire independence threvgh small savings weit In vested that de business her. We pay 3 per cent Interest en saving accounts and receive deposits as small as SI.