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RICHMOND DAHiY PALIiADIUM. TUESDAY, XOYEMBEB 26, 1901.
Richmond -Palladium TUESDAY. NOV. 2I. 1901. ,-4 Indiana and Ohio Weather Washutotow. D. C. Nov. 26 For Indiana Fair tonight and Wed nesday, slight change in tempera ture. For OVio Fair in the south.cloudj in the north tonight," probably snow in the northeast, Wednesday gen erally fair. LOCAL MENTION. Dirk glasses for the sun. Ilaaer's Spectacles correctly fitted at Haner's. , - 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 special ty. N. Baughman & Co., 522 Main street. The Musical cli b meets evening. Mrs. Hughes Foulke. 20-tf tomorrow and Miss i polo team rink this The Gaar's moulders play the Henleys at the evening. The street car company are ex pecting six new cars for city service next week. A marriage license was issued Sat urday to Richard N. Hart, jr., aid Louise Draining, Richmond. 8 At home cards have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lancaster for Nov. 28, 7:30 p. ro., the occasion ing their second anniversary. Supt. Page goes to Ft. Wayne a short visit, accompanied by wife. His health is being much oe- for his im- proved by the trips he is taking. Officer Westenberg yesterday found a pair of colored glasses in frames. The owner can recover them by calling at police headquar ters. Arch Toney for using obscetie language was fined $5 and costs. He used foul language toward a re spectable woman on south thir teenth street. The Interurban company have six cars ordered, to be delivered early in the spring, for interurban use They are to be forty feet long and modern in every way. A big gray eagle, weighing ten pounds and measuring seven feet from tip to tip of wings, was shot near Cedar Springs yesterday morn ing by a Mr. Murray. The bird was brought to this city. Sol Meredith post will have a pub lic meeting Friday evening to which everybody is cordially invited. There will be music and an address by Earl Widup. The introductory ad dress will be by Comrade Evans. Nfx weok. tb Interurban com pany will put on a freight service between this city and Centerville if the special car which they are hav i ng built for the purpose is com pleted as they expect it will be. Regular trips- for the hauling of freight will be made each way daily. Those ith lemon trees will feel encouraged by the success of a Mrs Bradley at Elwood, who has a tree ten feet high that is loaded with fruit, some of the largest weighing three pounds. Last year she sent one to President McKinley for Thanksgiving, and this year she is sending one to President Roosevelt. It seems that lemons can be raised indoors with little trouble and are far superior in size and flavor to the imported ones. At St. Paul's Lutheran church the Young Peoples' Missionary society give a social and hold their annual meeting. In addition to condensed reports from the various committees and officials there will be a program of music and living pictures illustrative of the work and objects of the society, the characters being filled by young gentlemen and ladies who are members of the society. As they will have full x lcium effects and colors this will Cleans by dissolving (not scouring) the dirt or tarnish. Annual Thanksgiving Underwear Sale all this week. Every piece reduced. Our Store will close at 10 o'clock Thursday, Thanksgiving - - - - be very fine. The evening will wind up'with a social. Mrs. Darr Hiatt, who has been q uite ill, is on the mend. The Garfield school Thanksgiving exhibit will be postponed until some future date. The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the U, P. church , meets Friday afternoon at the church. The Washington club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ed Williams on north ninth street. Lafe Reed, living in the Doddridge neighborhood, brought 45 dressed turkeys to the city today, weighing in the aggregate 501 pounds. ai ine neaitn omce aipntneria is reported ic the family of Ed Fitz gibbous, 37 north third street. Cyril, aged three years, is the patient. John Cocherill, who is now located at Anderson, was down for a short visit to Richmond friends this week. 6ut returned home last evening. Travel over the railroad lines in every direction was very light this morning. People seem to be wait ing for Thanksgiving excursion rates. For sale at Lough farm. 6 miles southeast of the city, one hundred fall pigs, good stock and healthy; also 15 spring Oxford down ewe lambs, dw A euchre party is given this even ing at St. Mary's hall under the! auspices of the St. Vincent De Paul society. Proceeds go to the worthy poor. Albert Kennepohl and Jo Ryan are out today on the trail of the unfortu nate bunny. These are the two who ' are noted for getting everything shot at. The First Baptist and Christian churches will unite in a Thanksgiv ing service at Pythian hall Thursday at 10 a. m. Rev. Addison Parker will preach the sermon. William S. Hunt and wife of Wil liamsburg leave in about two weeks for southern California to spend the winter. They will get their mail at Los Angeles, but will be there only a part of the time. John W. Roof, aged 80 years, died Monday at New Castle. He former ly lived in this county, removing to Henry county over fifty years ago. He was merried in 1840 to Henrietta Stout, who survives him. They have eight children living. Mahlon Hampton was in town yes terday and was kept reasonably busy explaining a mistaken impression that he had become a benedict since leaving Richmond. Mr. Hampton is a childless bachelor of 62 summers, and now living at Muncie, but ex pects to spend the coming three months in southern California. Engineer Smyset, hurt in the wreck at Elwood, is in a more serious condition than had at first been ex pected. The ligaments at his shoul der were torn loose which will take a long time to heal up. His ankle, while no bones were broken, was sprained In the worst possible way and it will probably be two or three months before be can return to bis post at the shortest. The meeting of Richmond Com mandery K. T. last night was one of the best of the year. Wm. S.Hunt of Williamsburg was made a knight. The work was inspected by Judge Agnew in the presence of about fifty of the local knights. He said in his closing address that ''he came down for the purpose of criticising, but had seen things done better than he had ever before witnessed." An engine which has one of the new automatic stokers is attracting a good deal of attention among the railroad boys each time it goes through. The arrangement is a sort of little truck which seems to swing on pivots. The fireman fills it and keeps it full, which is about all he has to do so far as tiring is concerned. The little machine puts the coal in the fire box automatically and spreads it over the fire so artistically that it keeps steam up much better than was possible under the old way of firing and at the same time makes it much easier for the fireman. It is a great steam maker. The New Castle paper in speaking of the foot ball game here Saturday in which the Richmond High school team ga"e the New Castle boys such an unmerciful defeat says: "Ex perience and weight and a score of 40 to 0 tells how the local high school foot ball team was defeated at Richmond. The boys were never in the game and were the victims of a brutal slugging, match. Richmond was not contented with defeating tDeir opponents -but tried to put tjjem out of business. The city team wgnt to Anderson Sunday and were Makes the food more rrvit auama defeated by a score of 6 to 0. r ive regular members of the team ere out." George L. Hosier has sold his in terest in the barber shop in the rear of the Union National bank on south eighth street and accepted a position witn v ill tioiiy, o. a norm eigam street. Dr. C. J. Woods of Centerville was in the city today. He has been a Palladium subscriber for fifty years. He reports Centerville on the boom. The doctor will start on his annual trip to Florida in a week or two. The Union Ice Co. has Semi-Can-nel coal. 19 10s ,'. Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail. The little daughter of Mr. J. N. Powell jumped oa an inverted rake made of ten penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through. Chamberlain's . Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared and no more suffering was experienced. In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort. Mr. Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland, Va. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by j A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sud hoff. THANKSGIVING Tl'RKEYS. Our layout will be tlie best in tlie city 12 1-2 cts. a pound. Pbone us your order and set tlae best. Respt, HADLEV BROS Pbone 293. Builds up the system; puts pure, rich blood in the veins; makes men and women strong and healthy. Bur dock Blood Bitters. At any drug store. Mr. Frank Braffett sings tomorrow afternoon at Musical club. So our clothes wringers of the best quality end lowest figure. 26 3td&w M. C. Price. Gn to K P. Tfmnlf and t.ho merchants' display at Rathbone Sis-1 toro ' "Fail on1 An intr Viii- mnCiA 25-3t Closing Out Grocery Stock. A few remnants of a big lot. Clam chowder 10c, Franco-American soups 10c (worth 35c), Booth's sauer kraut 10c, white sugar beets 10c, Leggett's corn 7c, blue berries 5c can, stuffed olives 10c, jello, jellicon, jelly pow der, &c. 4c, lesson extract 4c bottle, pumpkin 4c, veal loaf 10, all washing powders 3c, starch 4c for 10c boxes, fl bottles olive oil 25c, catsup 3 bot tles for 10c, soaps, smoking tobacco, cigars, canned syrup, Inner-seal ois cuits, Ac. cheap; steel roasters 87c, nickelware of all kind, dishes, &c, bread boxes, flour bins, coal buckets, tinware. Hitch your purchases to us and save money. Ilikf's Department Store, 6th and Main. Swiss and Bulk Clieese, Hartley Bros. (Woman BiirnedtoDeatn. - Peru. Ind.. Nov. 26. Mrs. Albert Johnson, 30 years old. was fatally burned while boiling soap, her cloth ing igniting from the fire. She was the wife of a farmer living five miles distant. ' i Ilrtiw i) is Mtseiiijt. Evansville. lnd Nov. 26. D. R. Brown, an insurance agent, is missing under circumstances causing his friends anxiety, leaving a wife and child behind. Oil iii Perry. Evansrilte. Ind., Nov. 26. Oil has been found at Masons Landing in Per ry county; yielding 25 barrels daily, at a depth of 600 feet. delicious and wholesome WW CO. W W. WEBSTER. The school will give a public enter tainment Wednesday evenicg A very unique program has been ar ranged. R-v. Julia Miles and Catherine Williams from New Garden will preach at the Friends church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kem spent last Sunday at J. H. Clinehens. Revival meeting htrin mrt v; day night at the M. E. church by the jkv. o. 1 . naner. Dr. and Mrs. Meek attended the Friends quarterly meeting at New Garden lat Sunday. The Friends church has been fixed up a little by painting and repaper ing. Prof. Davis from Richmond gave an interesting address last Sunday afternoon at the Friends church to an attentive audience. Prof. Hodgin's lecture on last Sat urday evening was also appreciated. Mrs. J. H. Clinehens will entertain her sisters and their families on Thanksgiving day. M. E. Sunday-school next Sunday morning at 10. All will be made wel come. WILLIAMS HERE'S WHERE WE . . EXCELL Selling Good Shoes. The Absolutely Dependable Kind. FOR A OOOn MANY VKAR" WE IIAVK BEEN SELLING Torrey Horsehide Enamel Shoes for men. We have yet to hea of the first pair breaking unreasonably! They're $5 a pair. MADE IX SHAPES TO FIT ALL FEET. J. M.Williams, 724 MAIX ST. TRADING STAMP. , .... IT's TIME TO GET YOUR HEAVY WEAR FOR WINTER IN FALL 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 in cheviots, cassimers and worsted all the new shades in stripes and checked $5 to f 15. FALL OVERCOATS Full back, with or without the yoke, 46 and 48 inches long, $10 to f 22. te1iiim lfncrfri nnnr in lilnnlr nr IiIiia L-pppv nrifl fnnxr oheviots $5 to $14. LOEHR & 725 MAIN ST. IT'S NEVER QUITE SATISFACTORY 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 ailniit 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 lest way is to lxr row a certain amount for a fixed time at a fixed rate of interest, and to be paid back in fixe! installments, when there can be no misunderstanding. Then you are free from the unpleasant feeling that you may have imposed on your friend's lierality. 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. IUCHMOND LOAN CO., ESTAHLISIIEI 1WH3. Room 8, Colonial Building, S. E. Cor. Main and 7th St?. Home Phone 445. Closed Thangsgiving All Day mm People say our store is taking on a holiday appearance quite early U should see it in order to be convinced. We have the best line of Holiday Footwear ever arranged in a i i Richmond Shoe Store. Eiderdown Slippers, Felt Nullifiers, Fancy Colored Kid Slippers, Wool Soles, all sizes, Leather Leggings, Red and Blue Leggings with Brass Buttons, Over Gaiters, Black Jerseys. Cute Rubber Boots, all sizes. You should see them. In fact, everything in the way of fancy and substan tial footwear to be had at most reasonable prices. o 1 oee our uispjay. BCumpe Next to KnollenberK'i. John F. Davenport . . Auctioneer Terms Seasonable. , SEE ME. RESIDENCE SS 9. 121 H 3TEW fHOSE 186. RICHMOND KLUTE Store Open Wednesday Night Till Nine O'clock E. D. CROOVENOft, M.O. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR THK TREATMENT OF ' Diseases of thf Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Setoatlflo FHtiag of Gil 24 North Eleventh Ct. TH E GEO. H. KNOLLEN BERG CO.