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Bicroroyp daily palladium, Monday, yovEMBER 25, 1901.
(H)iii Aid Oil If you hit your thumb wIth XeaAllwiaCi JLX a hammer, you rub on some soothing, healing remedy, wrap it up and let Nature do the rest. That's just exactly what you ought to do for Rheumatism.. There is no more sense in swallowing medicines for Rheumatism than there is in swallow ing medicines for a bruised thumb. Rub your Rheu matism with Omega Oil every night and morning. Nature will do the rest, and between Omega Oil and Nature you will be cured. Keep those strong medi cines out of your stomach. We pay the above reward for any case o! Liver Complaint Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with Liverita, The Up-to-Date Little Liver Pill .They are purely Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction, 25c boxes contain 100 Pills, 10c boxes contain 40 Pills, 5c boxes contain 15 Pills. Beware of substitutions and imitations Sentjby mail. Stamps taken. Nervita Medical Gx, Cornc Clinton and Jackson Sts.? Chicago, Illinois. u For salebyA. G. Luken & Co., Main Street and lb.! Aoore Drug Co., IB north eiehtn strt. Kionmond Preserve Your rtundeghere tlUin . Our method are the same as those in the home laundry, but with skilled help and greater facili ties we reach result which are unattain able elsewhere. The proprietor of Richmond Steam Laundry solicits your work, confident in his alii ity to give perfect satisfaction. Carpet cleaning alMi done here. REUl'CIU) FARES For XhanUscllnjjr nay Trip Via Pennsylvania Lines. For the accommodation of persons wishirg to make Thanksgiving Day trips, excursion lickets will be sold at ticket stations of the Pennsylva nia lines to stations on those lines within a radius of 150 miles of selling point. Tickets will be on sale Nov. 27th and 2Stb, good returning until Nov. 2ith, inclusive. Special rate tickets will also be sold for students and instructors of colleges, semi naries and universities going home to sDend Thanksgiving holiday vaca tion. For rates, time of trains, etc., apply to nearest .ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines. TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your Lifeaway I Voa can be cared of ut form of tobacco using easily, be made well, strong. mseaetTc. fall of new l;ff and nccr by tailing MO-TO-BAC, that makrs weak men strong. Many gaia ten pounds in tea days. Orer 8 00,000 cared. All druggist. Cure guaranteed. Book let and advice FREE. Address STERLING JLEMEOY to, Chicago or New York. 433 CDUCATK TOUR BOWELS ITH OASOARETS. Canay Cathartic, cure constipation forever. 10c 25c If C.C.C. fail, drug gists refund money IF YOU 17ANT The Big 4 Knickerbocker Special to Bufialo. Boston and New York Take the C. R. & M. via. Muncle. The C. R. & M. train leaves Rich mond at 5:45 p. m every day except Sunday, makes close connection with the magnificent Big 4 Knickerbocker special from St. Louis to New York This train has in addition to Buffett sleeping cars, library and smoking cars and dining cars. Train reaches Bufialo at 6:15 a. m. after a night's ride and lands passengers at Grand Central station, New York City, 42nd street and 4th avenue at 6 p. m., 23 hours from Richmond. Get What Ycu Ask For) j When you ask for Cascarets Candy ; Cathartic be sure you get there. I Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. ; Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is always a cheat and a fraud. Beware! A.11 druggists, toe i Reidston Dairy. 1 Reidston Dairy is now delivering j milk to its customers morning and j , evening, it being impossible to j j reach its patrons by morning de ; livery. We are determined to ac-! commodate our customers and t ur Inishthem the best article of pure j milk and cream morning or evening as they prefer. All societies giving dinners and suppers where the proceeds are de vote to charitable purposes will be furnished mill' free of charge by making application. Reidston milk has no water to in crease the bulk, to enable us to sell cheap. We deliver it in its natural purity. Home telephones, number 1S4'.-361-139 904 F. nov22d30t Excursion to Chicago via. Pennsylvania Lines. December 2d, 3d and 4th, low fare excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold via Pennsylvania Lanes, account National Live Stock Exposition, valid returning until December Sth. For particulars see Ticket Agents of Pennsylvania Lines. FUN ON HALLOWEEN. . iapprr Tarty Wltn Lack Cake. Red Apples mm Wish aadlea. Informal Invitations may Le sent to a doz-n friends, the note having in one corner a pen and ink sketch of a witch ruling on a broomstick. Cornstalks and yellow ears of -orn. with the husks turned back, should furni.-h the deco rations of stairway, doorways and wiu dows. The only light used must be that which conies from the grinning faces of a dozen jack-o'-lanterns, some placed on the chandeliers over the gas, oth ers on mantels and tables. In the hall should stand a tub of water in which float rosy apples temptingly Inviting the guests to "bob" for them, other apples being placed on tables with fruit knives conveniently near that one may take off a long peeling, swing it three times around the head, then throw it to see whose Initial it will form. In front of the open fire may be several large Iron spoons in which Is to be melted the lead that, when thrown into cold water, assumes va rious shapes, from which the events of coming days may be foretold. In the dining room the same decora tions as those of the hail and parlor should prevail, while a bnge Jack-o'-lantern stands In the center of the table, with a beaming face turned to ward each end of the table. On the table, radiating from the pumpkin, should be ears of corn, and between the corn, apples, oranges and nuts. The favors are jack-o'-lanterns paint ed on water color paper and then cut out. A different expression Is given to each face and the names are written across the bottom. At each plate Is a bright red apple. In which stands a small lighted candle held In place by the tiny fastenings used when placing candles on a cake. After other good things on the menu comes the luck cake, a large iced pound cake, having a row of gilded wish bones, one for each guest, standing around the edge. Iu the cake have been placed lie fore baking a ring, a thimble and a piece of silver, signify ing to lucky finders of each a wedding, a single life or great riches. When the plates have been removed, nuts, raisins and motto papers are pass ed, and the guests sit telling stories and breaking wishbones until the candles are well burned down and it is time to make the last wish, when, holding the tiny Came at arm's length, each one tries to extinguish his or hers with one blow, that the dream may become the reality. A KITCHEN CONVENIENCE. A Supplementary Pantry Econom ical and I .rial the Year Hound. A window safe or supplementary pantry for the comfort of economical housewives Is illustrated and described by The Designer. It Is made of smooth ly planed pine boards, which might WTJTBOW 8AFK, REAR ASD FRONT VIEWS. easily enough be cut and joined by an amateur carpenter, and Is fitted with several shelves Intended for the recep tion of such edibles as cannot well be placed In the Icebox. The safe has three sides, a floor and a sloping roof and Is fitted closely to the window In order that the lower sash of the latter may serve as a door, inclosing its fourth side. For purposes of ventilation sev eral holes are cut In the sides of the safe, though it Is advisable to cover these on the inner side with fine net ting or dirt and dust from the outside may be blown upon uncovered food. The safe must be secureiy fastened upon the wall or to the window sill by means of projecting iron brackets and should properly be placed at a north window, so as to get as little sunshine as possible. In summer this window safe will be found invaluable as an auxiliary to the Icebox, while in winter it may be made to till the place of the latter entirely. Of course it will shut out some of the litrht and air; but. on the principle that there is no good with out some accompanying evil, this slight disadvantage must be borne with as patiently as possible. The t'aefnl I.emon. The chapping of the hands by ex posure to heat or from hot soapsuds may be prevented by rubbing with lemon juice, and using salt lemon juice will remove iron rust and nearly all vegetable stains. When you make a hot lemonade for a cold, remembei that glycerin, instead of sugar, will make the remedy more valuable. Faahloa'a Eeaoee. Velvet flowers, such as anemones, roses, poppies, iris and iomegranate. are being used for millinery. Though it changes its trimmings somewhat, the bolero lives on and U likely to have a long reign. The downward droop of some of the sleeves looks as If we were to indulge In the Victorian sleeve once more. Velvet flounces will be used on cloth costumes. Hand painted velvet buttons are an exquisite conceit. The long coats so useful for late autumn are in the ulster shape or In the directoire and empire styles. Fnr hats will be worn together with the fnr waist bag later in the season a eootinoation of one of Um maw wrinv Un of last winter, . f)cP.j j i NEW MILLINERY. "W"' Wk.t Val Like raaoa. Many- Shape aad Trlnmlaits. In the way of millinery fresh ideas re created as quickly as model ac sold, and modes are as numerous a they are t-econi'.ngiy pretty. Guipure will be a favorite garniture, especial! Introduced en black vtlft ha:. Sable tails mixed with lace r. jl liuor guipure compose many capotes anc adorn a few toques. As aa a.lditiora attraction to the latter, metailie ar nouveau buttons are effective. Th composition of copper reflects many ex quisite shades and looks particularl well among fur. Favorite colors are mastic, different hades of castor and soft tones of uiosr green. Ked appears in varied shades of au tumnal tinted leaf colorings and l charmingly carried out with multicol ored velvets. These velvets appear a trimming on many pretty hats. One chapeau Is entirely composed of an openwork latticed roll strapping, re sembling straw, which Is effected by wired velvet, the only trimming to the broad turned np brim being two curled, dark variegated green couteau wings. Many hats are still very large and be comingly turn up toward the front and aide. Toques are not much smaller and have still a tendency for breadth and flatness. Another novelty as a trim ming for a draped toque is coarse black net. interwoven with white, fluffy skeins of wool or silk. This transparency, cov ering the new shade of rose taffetas, produces a curious effect. Thick plaitings of chenille, overwork ed with strands of worsted wool, is an other notiou meriting observation. The smartness of the hat sketched lies In the simplicity which Is the key note uf its composition. The crown A STYLISH FELT HAT. and brim are of white felt, cut in eyelet holes, through which narrow black che nille is run in close lines. A fold of black velvet rests on the outside of the brim, and at one side is a large triple rosette of black and white, caught in the center with a paste button. , Quite one of the features this autumn will be the beaver hats brought out In large picture, tricorn. toreador or ordinary boat and sailor shapes. Much of the millinery continues to be very flat. Shapes are made in the metailie plumage of tropical birds, which, properly understood, means the feathers of the common farm fowl beautified by some clever artificial process. A torsade of velvet and some of the new ribbon rosettes made with Learts of narrow china ribbon to re semble flowers will be all the required trimming. Velvet threaded felts In pale colors will be worn, and nearly all the hats are bound round the brim with black velvet. The marqnls, or three cornered hat, promises to keep well np In popularity with the toque, and there will be a variety of picture hats with sweeping feathers. Velvet lid Laee. Velvet will take precedence In all oth er materials for rich and exceptionally dressy toilets. The popularit7 of ex quisite guipures and old time lace is In sured, for all pictuiesque gowns made In velvet are emoellished with rare lace and less fur than usual. An endeavor to revive women's love for real lace ia likely to succeed in this respect, for a costly velvet gown is certainly worthy of a good lace trimming. Fi Fllllne For Layer Cake. Trim the stem ends from one pound ; of figs and put through the meat chop- J per. Add one cupful of water and one j tablespoonful of sugar and stew gently until as thick as a drop batter. Stir j every now and then. Take from the Ere. add one teaspoonful of vanilla and use when cold. Table Talk. Around the Mahoacane. Gorgeous ornamentation of the din ner table is conceded to be bad form. A different kind aud color of china with every course are affected by those whose cabinet is crowded and who are proud of it, but this pride has its lim itations among people of refinement and culture. The larger the table napkin the bet ter. A yard square is none too big and pleasantly recalls the Parisians, whose liberality in damask Is proverbial, but not a characteristic In anything else. The material should be the best obtain able and the design the most beautiful. Unless fruit be served, finger bowls are almost obsolete at modern dinners and are no more a necessary part of gastronomic rituaL The goblet is gradually reasserting itself. "Should name or place cards at din ners be retained? ask the unsophis ticated. "And why?" says the trained catechist. Because the host or hostess has bad them prepared in expectation of their being retained and preserved as souvenirs. Ignoring teem would lx diarwpecL, What to Eat. HOUSEHOLD LINEN. ALL THAT IS NEWEST IN TOWELS FOR BEDROOM, 8ATM AND KITCHEN. The l p to Date Ton el Ia Bis d ttalek I)r imm HarLabacL Saprr aedee Dana.k Prlrlioa Towels aad Straps Waafc Cloth. The big towel, and the towel that dries quickest. Is the one most iu favor by the modern, up to date housekeeper. Not so very long ago the damask towel headed the list for favor. Now the huckaback towel Is the fashion and the favored. It Is the everyday towel mosi LATEST STYLES Ut TOWEL ENDS, In demand, and It has practically taken the place of damask as the best towel the towel for first choice. It wears better, it dries quicker and as It can now be bought it is certainly most at tractive. The huckaback towels for very best use come twenty-seven inches wide. The huckaback towel, which has su perseded the towel of damask with fringed ends. Is now fine iu quality, hemstitched and lace liordered. One of the finest of the new hucka back towels Is finished with a broad band of Renaissance insert iou framed In hemstitching, aud below it is anoth er row of hemstitching. The huckaback Is In a fancy weave, and the towel is made in France. Towels of this sort, only with a deep lace edge lustead of the insertion, are considered equally good style. Towels with a scalloped edge are also much In vogue at prestnt. and when the scalloped edge has above It two rows of hemstitching the towel Is ex tremely attractive. A novel towel recently Introduced for best use Is a combination of hucka back and damask. A medallion of damask forms the center, and a dam ask design Is used as the border. Nowadays the pure white towel is considered the best style. Towels with colored borders are no longer chosen by fashionable persons. This does not mean that the colored bordered towel !s out of fashion. It Is simply not the towel for very best use. For day in and day out use the most satisfactory towel Is a good quality of huckaback with hemstitched ends. For the bath the friction towel Is the rival of the Turkish towel, and the friction strap is the newest of alL It Is made of linen tape, crocheted to form a strap. Both the friction strap and towel wear much better than Turkish toweling, and from a hygienic point of view are excellent. Gloves of this same crocheted linen tape are also a useful bathroom requisite. In wash cloths there Is almost as great a variety as In towels. There are wash cloths sold to match the best towels. They have the same lace or scalloped edge, the same hemstitching and the same embroidered letter or let ters, only, of course, correspondingly smaller. Knitted wash cloths are much liked. Every well equipped bathroom has a supply of wash cloths of white Turkish toweling. The friction towels, too, are now sold with wash cloths to match. Something FBICTION STRAP AND WASH CLOTHS. new in a wash cloth looks like very fine Turkish toweling, but it is not. It is woven of silk, says the author of this timely advice on toweling, which occurs in The Household. Siena of a Good Canary Bird. Smooth, thick feathers lying close to the body; a long, slender shape, feet that are smooth and of a rosy, trans parent hue. with the veins in the nails a bright red. are all requisite points. An idea of a bird's strength and vital ity can be gained by noting how he hops from one perch to the other. A bird that Is consumptive and weak springs lightly and a well bird shows vigor. There is all the difference In the world In the notes of canaries, and every one has his or her own prefer ences. To Judge well of a singer one should hear it a number of times. KnmorfHi Ocran Horror. Manila. Nov. 25. The loral steamer Alerta. with 200 passengers, includ ing some discharged American sot diers from Olongapo, Subig bay. to Manila. Is believed to have been lost. I " 1 ..V , MM J$&5$5Si Dangerous Kidney Diseases. Celery King baa cared rue of kidney di nuw. The doctor fearet lirisbt'a disease, and: ir!.Mt many remedies that gave me no be! p Vlery King has made me as well aa ever la iny Ilfo, and it seems almost as though a :niracle had len wrought in my case. Jen aie O. Heichard, Springtown, Pa. Celery King cures Constipation and NeTVe Voiuub. Liver and Kidney diseases. 4 pENNYRQYAL PILLS mm w.. . .,--,-- t. ,aip, irttTP. a CHICMK-.tKK'iS KX.L1SH I. KH u 4..M mmiU. ton. wii. nt 1 Bh, ik. EXW S.MIMIH t. t-4lt. t p., mmm lamll tj 1 . muf mS ytt iv4g,.t, r M4 mm. MS mp r Pai-tteatlatra, T,l iU la mm Ktff r UJHal. l.rMaU. loHWI Ttiai.iin tow ma Dntftau. t'klrkato, . . !. I CURE YOURSELF ! Vtr Big 41 for anaataral diacbargKS.lnflsmaiauia. irritsliuas or uUr.Uuo i to .meter. CI mucosa nraDcuM. rnraau CaiMtMa. fimkM, and at uuin- EtV-SCHEMCt CO. ot "noa. M air Pi !. or a, nt in plain w rs p jvrv l.no. or 3 (Httlr, i 75. Lircuiar aval ua riuM. FOUND AT LAST A remedy pat up in lozengarform and as p's ant to take aa its name would imply and a port tire cure for Constipation, whether obstinate o occasional, alo Sick Headache.Sallow Coaipicx Ion. Jaundiced Ryea. Offenslva Breath, Tarpid and Sluggish Liver and Biliousness. C. E. Carter's Laxativt Chocolata will positively curs any of 'he abova conditions. It is pleasant to the taswe i od a purely veetahl laxative with no bad after-effects, nor pain, nor a-ripingr. It is essentially n ecesaa rjr to good health that the Liver aud Bowels be kept ia a clean, regular and healthy condition, and Car ter's Laxative Chocolates will aid nature ia Utt proper discharge of her duties, and prevent any more serious complications which mUrbt aria from lack of attention. It is invaluable fo Children and very delicate Women, and baa nor nauseous or objectionable taste. PRICE, 26 ANO 60 CENTS. The 50c. bos contains two and one-half tuna the quantity of the 2Sc sise. C. C CARTER CO- 71 W. Jacksea SU CHICAGO. Trade supplied by A. G. Luken & Co., wholesale druggists, 628 and63 Main street, Richmond, Ind., and Charles L. Magaw, druggist, 201 Ft. Wayne Avenue, Richmond, Ind, BEAUTY, M CONQUEROR BELLAVITA 'Vraenlc Beanty Tat-tata mad Pill, f pa 'aetiy fe rti iriijivkj ii,ipwo f'.- ! a -a liNorders. Betters el ,eu-n :. lavt t ..imv :0 days' treaiDui XV- d t!.V. cw, Send fir circc'ar, 4:jdrasa IflV'tT U)tt'l '.x !-.. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co., Main street, and Curme & Co., 41b north eighth street, Richmond Dom't Be Fooltdi Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Modi, cine Co., Madison, Wis. It keep you well. Oar tradei mark cut on each packatreu Price, 35 cents. Never sols) In bulk. Acceot no sunsti moaeoTa .. tute. Ask m; drugguM. S. K. MORGAN TELEPHONE 718. Employment, Real Estate. Information, Abstractor, Insurance, and Notary Work . . . A place to bey a hctte es jen jty r O. B. MORGAN- Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter, ctfcv and N. K Sts.. Birhtnond. Ird. Good Friends, don't you think it's about time you gavte us a call ? We hat-r everything in haraest and harness furnshr ings, and yon win always find our goods the best and oar prices the lowest fo the best goods. We are selling first, class horse blanket at 7ac to 16.603 THE WIGGINS CO. New Phone 758. SOS MAIN tl H.H.Meerhoff SAXITAHY PLTJMBESTQ Steam and Hot Water Heating: SEWEBAGE, ETC See us for Estimates. Phone 46. 9 8. 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