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RICHMOND DAILY PAL1APIUM SATURDAY 1ECM1R 7. 1901.
V OUR CONSTANT AIM IS TO SELL THE BEST OOOOS ": ... IN THE BANKET . . . UJHV. (EGDOCI. . . Your life away or tire yourself doiDg unnecessary cooking when 30a can procure many labor-saving delicacies from us at prices only a little higher than the cost of raw material! The soups prepared by highly skilled and hi.yu salaried cooVs, fit for a prince's taHe; the plum pudding, that is to the average home-made product what sunlight is to moonlight : the mince meat, which is a God-send to tired housewives are all to be found here and of the best , quality. All the usual Christmas goods. One trial will convince the most skeptical. john f. McCarthy JL AM ANN S. lOth. BEE HIVE GROCERY HOES ISO H HAVE YOU TRIED OUR O ni IP RFF WIVF CANNED CORN?, 9 lolS gOOUS IS paCKcU uy one ui iuc ucrai uiuucncs iu iuc 914.. jrj Maine canned when the corn was just right. That white, tender 5- creamy fcind. Per can 15c ; two for 25c ; per doz. f !.&. IF YOT7 GET IT AT THE BEE HIVE. IT'S CiOOO. W. E. HASTINGS WQ'! OO'OO'OO'OOOIQC t House Coats and Smoking Jackets The best fitting and most desirable patterns ever shown in Richmond. - No satin or quilted facings to wear out in few times wear : : : : PRICES $6, $8, $10, $12 iD EVERYBODY GUESS Anyone guessing nearest the number of seeds in the pumpkin in our window will receive free the elegant new HERMETIC FAVORITE STOVE. Each purchaser of any article in our store is entitled to a guess, another lor each 25c purchase additional. and Peter Johnson Stove Store. Jj)U. C. M. HAMILTON, STATE NEWS NOTES Incidents and Accidents and Doings of Note Through out Hoosieroom. Fort Wayne, In3 Dec. 7.-U Cne ney, a young wottan of Payne, O., just across the state line, is in jail on a charge of murdering the 6-year-old daughter of George Franklin, a far mer. The Cheney woman has been Franklin's- housekeeper since the death o: his wife, three years ago, and it is ailsfcd she ha3 always treated the liale g:rl cruelly. To the neigh bors' cdraplaints. however, the father had at a ays been indifferent- Last Friday Ida Cheney went to a neigh bor's and reported that the child had been seized with convulsions while alone in the house and had died. When the neighbors went to the Franklin home they found the little corpse already prepared for burial In her ordinary clothing. They wanted to put on a shroud, but the housekeep er would not hear to it, and. aa the father acquiesced, the child was bur ied. But the mattter came to the knowledge of the prosecuting attor ney, who had the remains exhumed by the coroner yesterday. The body was found to be badly bruised, and there was a mark on the skull of a blow sufficient to have caused a fatal concussion. The Cheney woman was Immediately arrested for murder and is now in jail. We are speaking of now. Beautiful ideas in nw de signs. Bon que pearl?, opals and colore-d stones set in acid colored meuuiings. The new century suggestions in popu lar priced jewelrv. Several hurdred designs in solid gold biooehes from $2.00 to 5200. Jenkins & Co., 726 MAIN ST. JEWELERG. The warmest stoves are at Jones 11a rd ware Com pany. Looking at Poles. rue council committee that i looking after the removal of telf- grapb and telepone poles, held a ses sion this afternooe and spent some time in looking over the field. LATEST QUOTATIONS. Chicago, 111., Dec 7. Wheat, 78 J Corn. 65. Oats, 46. Toledo, O., Dec. 7. Wheat, 851. Light Month. The report of the superintendent of police for the month ending No vember 30th is as follows: Total number of arrests forty-two, divided as follows: - Assault and battery, 2; adultery, 2; associatinsr, 2; beating board bill, 1; cruelty to animal?, 1; intoxication, 15; petit larceny, 6; profanity, 3. prostitution, 2; selling intoxicating liquors unlawfully,- 3, suspension. 1; violating city ordi nance, H. The warmest stoves are at Jones Hardware Com pany. COUGHS AMI COLDS IX CHILDREN Reoommerda'lon of a Well Known Chicago Physician. I use and prescribe Chamberlain's Cough Remody for almost all obsti nate, constricted coughs, with di rect results. I prescribe it to chil dren of all ages. . Am glad to rec ommend it to all in need and seek ing relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions. It is non-narcotic and safe in the bands of the uu professional. A universal panecea for all mankind. Mrs. Mart R y elaney, M. D., Chicago, 111. This remedy is for sale by A. G. Lak en& Co. and W. H. Sudboff, druggists. Fur boas at Crawford's, 5,3t The warmest stoves are at Jones Hardware Company. 3 AT "THE PEOPLE TOME 35 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. Xow's your time for bargains. Note the prices. Come and examine goods. HEMNAXTS. Kemnant3 of outing, 10c goods at Remnants of percale, 7c goods. at , Remnants of percale, 123 gocds. 7c .4ic at lUb Remnants of muslin, 5e goods, at Qln ... U2b ... 31c Remnants of calico, 5c gocds. at Rmuants of giDgham3, 6c goods. at- 4k Smoking Jackets Ladies. Early next week I shall have in a arge line of fine and entirely new jackets. Xo old stoctc. These are a very choice line and you are invited to call early and make your selec tions. " John E. Peltz, - 5 3t 23 N. Ninth Street. The warmest stoves are at Jon s Hardware Com pany. A nice fancy vest . or pair of trousers makes a yood Christmas present. We make them. John E. Peltz, 5-3t 22 N. Ninth Street. Rimnaots of drss gii'gham, 12c Qn goods at Ob R muants rf table linens. f0; goods 30C Remnants f red tabl dwmaslc, 2"n Cp goods lUu Remnauts i-f erur.r idy, 5c go d- ODDS AND ENDS. Odd lot dark oitiug flannels, 6j lp goods at . f2u Odd lot child's, fl ecy vests, 103 g"cds Jq Odd lot ladies' fleecy veets, 25e gocds Odd lot men's canvas gloves, lQz Qft goods at Qli Odd lot men's work jackets, 25c goods jjQ Odd Jot flannelette skirts, 35c goods, 2(() Odd lot wool skirts, 75c goods, 5QC Odd lot child's blouse jackets gQ Odd lot children's Tam O'Slnnters Odd lot mea's overalls, 50c goods 39C 1 lie People s Store. Two door 11 or ill 8tli St. Hose House. Store open every evening;. Richmond, Ind. xo M. xotli Street, Oip. Wcntcott Hotel, RkfanHMid, Ind. " The Warmes toves ar at Jones llardwaie Com pany. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of the shareholders in the Second National Bank of Rich mond, Ind., will be held at 1 o'clock p. m. at the banking house on Tues day, January 14, 1902. for the purpose 1 of electing nine directors to serve the ensuing year, ard the transac tion of any other business that may come before the meeting. John- B. Docgax, President. Dec. 6, 1901. 7-4sat Bargains in box coats it Craw ford's. , i 5. t. p-Zt. Money Loaned At 5 to 6 - per rent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency. Mala and seventh streets, wed, sat IF VOU WANT GOOD . . COAL OR . . . Dry Split Wood SEE . . IggSsgig.; Mather Bros. Go, i C 1