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Richmond Palladium
MONDAY. NOV. 25, 1901.
Dark glasses for the sun. Haaer's
Spectacles correctly fitted at
Kernels of wheat the queen break
fast food. oct9dtf
Typewriters, all makes, for sale or
rent. Ribbons, repairs, etc. Tyr
rell, W. U.' telegraph office. tf
Electric house wiring our specialty.
N. Baughman & Co., 522 Main
street. r 20-tf
The Musical club meets Wednes
day afternoon at 2:30, at Pythian
Mrs. Stanley Hughes has charge of
the Musical club program, on Wed
nesday afternoon.
The council meets' next Monday
venicg in regular session,, not this
evening as seems to have been the
impression over town." . '.
The Riubenstein oncer t company
which was Moing lecture course con
certs under a Chicago bureau man
agement has disbanded. t
The Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety of th First M. E. church will
have their thank offering meeting at
the borne of Mrs. J. O. Barber, south
thirteenth street, Tuesday evening.
Election of officers Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Pier son, 47
south eighteenth street.
Mr. Gunn; superintendent of con
struction on the interurban line, says
that the Center ville line is now com
pleted with the exception of straight
ening the line at the Walker bridge,
the bridge at the road running down
to Tom Mertz's. Here the company
will put in a bridge of their own at
the side of the road giving them a
straight line which will result in
much better time.
A funny case of an animal getting
panicky occurred on Main street. A
street car ran into a horse driven by
a countryman and knocked it down.
The horse was behaving all right and
after it was down was quiet until it
was gotten up and on its feet. The
man started to drive it away and it
went all right about a square. Then
it apparently began to think it had
been abused and ought to resent
euch treatment, and deliberateiy set
to and kicked the wagon all to pieces.
The Hig School Argus is being
improved at each issue. The rum
ber for November is the best in all
ways that we have ever noticed. The
high school, faculty and all, should
give this little magazine all possible
encouragement, for it deserves it.
"A Valley of West Fork," unsigned,
is a gem, and the nore pretentious
articles are equal to it. The personal
columns are just as they should be,
witty, bright, snappy, and jout. right
and left, and are very reada le even
to those outside of the school.
Last night two Bohemians who are
making a tour of the world on foot
were given' a place to sleep at
the station house. They are edu
cated men and gentlemen, and had
letters from various mayors over the
country saying that they are all
right, among others the mayor of
Chicago. They speak English well
enough to make their way. They
left their home in Bohemia several
months ago and are making good
4ime. They have some money,
enough to get along with by careful
management. They pay for their
meals, but whenever possible sleep
in station houses or other public
places of the kind in order to stretch
their money out. They expect if
their money gives out to work and
get more and then go on again. They
were very interesting men to talk to.
Dr. Watt g ent yesterday at Cam
bridge City.
H. B. Miller of Cambridge City is
in town today.
S C. Whitesell spent Sunday on
his farm near Hagerstown.
v Park Page spent yesterday at
Greeasfork returning this morning.
21i8-Bapsie Pritchard of Cam
bridge City visited Richmond friends
Voting continues with vigor in the
Free Piano contest. Vote for your
church today. j
Howard Burgess who was here at
tending the convention returned to
Purdue this morning. .
Shuman Jones went to Cincinnati
this morning in the interest -of the
Starr Piano company. ..
Rev. Father Spellman of - Cam
bridge City is the guest of ' Rev.
Father Mattingly today, , v : - '
Roy Naf tzger, who - was one of the
delegates to the convention, returned
to Ureencastle tms morning.., . .j d
; Jirs. i. xuarsnau oi ' louianaraiis.
who spent yesterday witb the family
animal! t&jMU
will soon be as good as ever.. j
amnn!i tmiav Ti&itiniF friends.
f J , r - . i . 1 li i
Dick " Moore returned last night
froLj Nashville and Chattanoogo. He
saw Jo Grimm at Chattanooga andl
he is doing welL" Al "Morehead" has
the Conservatory of Music there arid
is doing splendidly. -
Howard, son Of Perry J. Freeman,
who has been at the- Indianapolis
sanitarium for some weeks returned
home this morning He is much
improved in health, as his many
friends will be glad to learn.
i Friends of Miss Grace Porterfield
will be happy to learn that she is
meeting with great success in her
concert work. Her present contract
with the company she is traveling
with is for $30 per week for the sea
son of twenty weeks. She has made
a new contract for next season that
will keep her employed for thirty
weeks at $60 per week.
; The Rev. M.- Dens of Indianapolis,
who is presiding elder for the Rich
mond district of the A. M. E. church.
isintbecitv and will remain over
Thursday and will" deliver the ad-
of Alonzo Marshall, returned home , Gre ne uewei a. a. cuurcu
this morning. ' t t i ion xnanicsgiving aay at n oo:ow.
xuoiurruw ue win uc k,vcu m tcx-y
' "" tion.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 25 Sec
retary Gage has received from an un
sure-ess Saturday. ! known person through the collector
tu:. : l 1.4 ' , . i -N- ir i ;
or customs at ew iwit acuusueuix
contribution of $18,669.
John A. Markley,: ex-recorder, has
been appointed station agent at East
German town for the Panhandle and
be on service today. r -
Bert Stevens who has been -visiting
Richmond relatives for some
weeks returned home to ' Beloit,
Kansas, this morning, -t.
In police court this morning there
was bat one case, that of Jim Maher,
who was fined the. usual dollar and
costs for a plain drunk.
The horse and mule sale at Harmon
Shofer's was a
There were about thirty animals sold
and all brought fair prices.
Immense interest is shown daily in
the Starr Piano Co, 's Free Piano
Contest. Votes are coming in rapid
ly from the church people.
The Columbian club give a grand
dance on Thanksgiving eve at Odd
Fellows hall. The supper will be
given in the new banquet hall of the
club which they have just completed
at their rooms, corner of ninth and
The well known mare "driven to
Adolph BUckwedel's delivery wagon
run-a nail in her foot last week and
died today from lockjaw. Mr. Blick
wedel was much attached to the ani
mal who has been very faithful and
he is inconsolable.
The Starr Piano Co. are offering to
the school children of Richmond two
elegant square pianos, absolutely
free, for the best essays on a Starr
Piano. If you haven't your essay
written, better hurry as the contest
closes Nov. 29th.
The John Berchmann Zouaves of
St. Andrew's have secured the Ger
man, Benevolent hall, northeast cor
ner of fifth and Main street, for drill
ing during the winter months and
will have their first drill tomorrow
(Tuesday) night at 7 o'clock.
Rushville Star: Hon. James E.
Watson has sold his north Michigan
street property to Miss Lenore Nor
ris. Consideration, $3,850. Mr. Wat
son gives possession when he goes to
Washington, which will probably be
the day after Thanksgiving. He has
not decided as yet what he will do
but may build a new residence in this
A street car collided with Prof. W.
N. Trueblood'8 cow on the west side
Saturday night with the result that
the cow was found limping around
with a broken ankle. Dr. Ferling
was called and set the broken bones,
doing the fracture up in plaster as
would be done with a person, and the
tion at the church and the Rev. Dr.
Townsend who was formerly a pas
tor of this churchy, now located at
Columbus, O., will preside at the
meeting. Mr. Townsend will arrive
tomorrow morning.
High Prices for Horses.
Now York, N. Y Nov. 25.
Among the horses sold today at the
Fasig-Tipton sales were Bow Bells,
2.10J, to Samuel N. McMillan for
$5,100; Ponce De Leon, 2.13, to
Thomas W. Lawson for $6,500; Prod
itral,2.16, to J. W. Bailey for $4,100;
Milford to Elmhurst farm, Lexing
ton, Ky., $1,800; China Silk to T. W.
Lawson for $2,100.
The Trouble at Colon.
Colon, Nov 25. The gunboat
Pinzon is reported landing troops on
the north end of Colon. There is
much commotion on the street?. The
people are seeking refuge on the U.
S. gunboats Machias and Marietta.
Washington.Nov. 25. Capt.Perry
of the battleship Iowa telegraps he
has landed with a detachment and
started with a train ' to clear the
transit and has established detach
ments to keep it. He says Gen. Alban
is fighting the liberals on the line
near the empire. Commander McCrea
of the Machias has been instructed
to use such means as he deems
necessary to protect American inter
ests in case of bombardment. It is
understood that it is left to his dis
cretion to prevent bom bardment.
The Columbian representative re
ceived a telegram today from
Arjone, acting governor, saying
that the rebel army was completely
defeated at Culebra and Emperador.
The ' governor marched last night
upon Colon. Traffic was interrupted
yesterday but will be re-established
is obtained only in the pur
chase of a Starr. A most
pleasing tone-quality, very
responsive action, artistic
case, designs, and are dur
able. They are made and
sold under a bonafide guar
antee . . .
Starr Piano Co.
935 Main Street.
New pianos for rent at 3.50, ft and $5
per month. . ' -,, ,.
Go to K. P. Temple and se the
merchants' display at Rath bone Sis
ters' Fair and enjov their music.
Taxes Are . High
Will anybody pay you
7 Per cent Interest
net above taxes?
1 hat is what you can secure by in
vesting in the 7 per cent, preferred stock
of the Hussey Mower and Implement Co.
We invite you to investigate the ma
chine at the Westcott Hotel, and then
call on
Mr. Samuel Dickinson
, Treasurer of the Company, at
Dickinson Trust Co.
For further information.
r ffct 4) rnuiniU1 Dnoffl?
Suits and Overcoats.
You will find our stock surprisingly distinctive
and original and at such low prices, considering quality,
that you will have no doubt in your mind that this store
is eminently the one to be clothed from.
Fall Suits i cheviots, cassimers and worsted
all the new shades in stripes and checked $5 to $15.
Full back, with or without the yoke, 46 and 48 inches
long, $10 to $22.
Medium length coats in black or blue kerseys and fancy
oheviots $5 to $14.
725 MAIN ST.
to borrow ftom a friend. He may say he is glad to accommodate you when he is
not. He may greatly inconvenience himself ami not admit it.
You never know just how he feels about it. A little misunderstanding may
cost you his friendship.
Business is business. When you need a little money the best way is to bor
row a certain amount for a fixed time at a fixed rate of interest, and to be paid back
in fixeJ installments, when there can be no misunderstanding. Then you are free
from the unpleasant feeling that you may have imposed on your friend's liberality.
We loan sums of ten dollars and upwards on the afore mentioned basis.
We loan to salaried people without security.
We loan on small articles left in pledge.
We loan on many kinds of personal property without removal.
We believe we can serve you better than any other firm in the state.
Low rate, easy payments, fair treatment.
Room 8, Colonial Building, S. . Cor. Main and 7th Sts.
Home Phone 445.
c?(r io
627 & 629 MAIN OT.
The store that haa the stock
and eaves you money.
Tomorrow, TUESDAY MORNING, to be continued the balance of the week.
It has been our custom for years to" offer a Special Discount on all our Winter Underwear. - This event will again take place this. Thanksgiving, week. We
herewith mention a-few lines of special prices, that are to be sold forduring this sale: -
4 lot Men's heavy fleeced shirts and drawers ea V
" heavy fleeced shirts and drawers ea
ribbed fleeced shirts and drawers ea
. wool fleeced shirts and drawers ea
extra quality wool fleeced shirts ".ea .
fleeced cotton union suits ea - . . . . . .
Egyptian combed cotton, fleeced suit.
Ladies' ecru, heavy fleeced vests and pants ea -Egyptian-fleeced
vests and pants each . . .
heavy fleeced union suits each
combed cotton union suits, ecru, suit ....
natural color merino union suits, suit
natural merino union suits. t"n" suit
natural merino union suits. suit .
CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR Children's vests, pants and boy's drawers, 12c to 30c each. Children's fleeced union suits, extra
heavy, drop back, 45c suit. 1 lot children's gray vests and pants to close at 25c, the regular 50c quality. Sole agents in Richmond for
the celebrated Stuttgarter celebrated wool underwear. Besides the above named underwear at special prices,we will give a discount
on every piece of underwear in our store. Our stock is large and complete.
Remember the sale is to be continued the entire veek.

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