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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 19C4.
COUKTEOUS REPLIES. Clears rfT3 lie got his big snow shovel And went out to clear the walk. Each friend who chanced to see him Had to stop a bit and talk. "You're cleaning off the sidewalk? The first acquaintance said. 'Why, no," he smoothly answered. 1 -a . . m 11.. eg M m now asieep in Deo. Hello, vou have to shovel!" Was the second friend's salute. "Guess not," he blithely murmured; "I'm playing on a flute." "You're shoveling snow, are youT The third man had to say. "Should think you'd see," he answered, 'I'm getting in my hay." & Jfr jfi Jfr & S& 2& & & & & & & jfr Jfi Jfi 6 & WHY DON'T YOU BUY COAL OF UNDA The fourth and fifth were Jolly. "Ah, you've got your shovel out?" To each he said politely, "No; it is a waterspout." To all the bland inquirers His words were calm and cool. SHEBA & STARR? Phones No. 6. 272 Ft. Wayne Avenue He thought that they were crazy; They swore he was a fool. Chicago Tribune. LI J t Y A Definition. t ' K - ' t 1 "What's this 'ere word 'enuui' mean?" "Oh, it's wheu you're tired of doing nothing and too lazy to do something." Alleged of Practical Folk. People who take all things literally are apt to tread on other people's toes. The man who walked in wrhere he saw a sign "Walk In" and who was ordered out was a literal man, and so was he who went into a pawnbroker's shop and demanded 40 shillings because there was a placard in the window that read: "Look at This Watch For 40 Shil lings." "I looked at it," said he, "and now I want my 2." The most amusing incident we have heard is that of the countrymau who while sauntering along a city street saw a sign: "Please Iting the Bell For the Care taker." After reflecting for a few minutes he walked up and gave the bell such a pull that it nearly came out by the roots. In a fewT moments an angry faced man opened the door. "Are you the caretaker?" asked the bell puller. "Yes. What do you want?" "I saw that notice, so I rang the bell, and now I want to know why you can't ring the bell yourself!" Tit-Bits. A New Candidate. "Did you see dat talk tie Chicago doc tor got o!T de odder day about de dan ger and de foolishness of battling?" "Naw. I didn't see it. Weary. Wot's de guy's name?" "His name is Ilobertson." "Den I nominates him for president of de United States on a no soap plat form, and I calls upon de hosts of de great unwashed to rally to his support. Down with de bathtub! Dat's our motto." "And death to de wash rag! Hooray!" Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Working Night and Day. TThe busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr. King's New Life Pills. These pills change weakness into strength, list- lessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up the health. Only 25c per box. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. frU.ney Loaned Troin 5 to G per cent. Tuoiijpsons Loan and Heal Estate ALgeruy, Main rnd peventh street. mm mm mm Given Passengers for the South. Via Pennsylvania Short lines. Trains run solid from Richmond to Cincin nati, where passengers will be met by : ennsylvania representatives and as sisted on trains of connecting lines. Baggage may be checked through from starting point, and every facili ty will be extended for a convenient and comfortable trip if arranged for through C. W. Elmer, ticket agent of Pennsylvania lines. Bears the '"8 M"u 'OU Have Always Bought Signature of 4Z- It was almost a miracle. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over the body. I am very grateful." Miss Julia Fil- bridge, West Cornwell, Conn. , ; JlkiJ f AnnA VEEK Oil Burner. V. Kli f Heats a tores or fnmaos; burns crude m IfOlH M oil;o Htr"KKE. Wnte.Yntlonal 91 Ik. W tdS Co. tlon K. Mew York, ft. V. WAGNER'S o o o Sweet Cider Good to Drink. New Nuts Tli at are Good. Florida 1 Oranges Good and Sweet. McCarthy. Plione 54. If you want some thing good In..... DRY FRUIT Try us. We keep the Best. O, A. Harmeier, Phone 1111. 23c a Dozen Seedless Oranges iS Regular 40c Size. Zr Saturday Only. J"""- Nice Sweet Cider just in. !c Homemade Layer Cakes. Bread. Potato Chips. Baked Ham Etc. Try a nice fat Mackerel for Sunday Breakfast with a cup of our dOc lilencl Coffee. (Our coffees are always fresh be came'we buy tie n giten and roast them. ) Buy 1 pound to try. it wiu piease you. Please phone in your order early to avoid the Saturday rush. I'hone HADLEY BROS. Passengers for Florida and the South-via Pennsylvania Short Lines. from Richmond may select any route from Cincinnati in purchasing tourist tickets Pennsylvania Short Lines trains from Richmond connect at that gateway with through trains for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Mew Ur- leans and other Southern points. For particulars consult C. W. Elmer, tick- One way Colonist Rates to the iVest and Northwest via The C, C. L. Washington, Oregon, Montana, fcc. For further information call on 3. A. Blair, C. T. A. Home 'Phone 44. a D NNER o MENU FOR TWO DAYS. Breakfast. Bananas and Oranges. Apetizo. Codfish in Cream. Vienna Rolls. .Flapjacks with Karo Sirup. Coffee. Luncheon. Tomatoes and Mushrooms. Hot Brown Bread and Butter. Stuffed Apples. Cheese Wafers. Tea. Dinner. Bisque of Clams. Hot Veal Loaf Tomato Sauce Mashed Potatoes. Cauliflower. Lettuce. French Dressing Wafers. Cheese. Sago and Apple Pudding with Cream. Coffee. Breakfast. Fruit. Force . Sugar and Cream Broiled Chops. Potatoes au Gratin. Flannel Cakes. Coffee. Dinner. Mock Bisque Soup. Chicken Fricassee with Dumplings Mashed Potatoes. Spinach. Endive. French Dressing Wafers. Cheese. Prune Pudding. Whipped Cream. Coffee. Supper. Sliced Veal Loaf. Baby Pirn Olas Cake. Frothed Chocolate. Tomatoes and Mushrooms. Two cups canned tomatoes, one tablesppon ful bread crumbs, one cup canned mushrooms, sliced, one tablespoonful butter, one teaspoonful salt and a saltspoonful pepper. Put the toma toes in the chafing dish or granite pan first, then the crumbs and seasoning. Cook a few minutes, add mushrooms, heat through and serve on toast. J Prune Pudding. Stew one pound of prunes gently until tender (no 'sugar), drain and press through a ! coarse seive. Dissolve two table- 1 . spoons I water. gelatine in one-half glass of . When juice of soft fill prunes. the glass up Add this to ' with the prune butter and blend thorough- you will then understand why I am pro lv. Set awav in mold to cool. This nounced "simply delicious." and will not can be made a very attractive dish by , ... ., i-. , -. dotting it over wun piancnea ai- monds, a mound ox whipped cream piled in the center. ALFORD SELLS FOR LESS. A case came to light that for per istent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled. Joe Gol bick of Colusa, Calif., writes "For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing reliev , ed me though I tried everything known. I came across Electric Bit- ,ers and it's the greatest medicine on ( earth for that trouble. A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me." jusi as gooa ior 1,1 ver ana kidney trouoies ana general debility, Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteeed Dy ii.. u. juuKen os io., aruggist. STOXLIA. ' Bears the 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of 7 BAKERY ALWAYS USE Writs Stin" -OR Pride of Richmond FLOUR They are the best On the market. MAGIC THROAT GARGLE FOR THE CURE OF Tonsilitis Ulcerated Sore Mouth Sore Throat Quinsy Inflamed Throat Ard all diseases of a similar nature. Charles L. M&gaw Druggist. 10 Ft. Wayne ave., Rickmcrd, Ind. Story of the Honey Comb Candy. A Delicious Confection Come to your city, you will always know me after you once taste me. I am all the rage in the East and West, where I have been for some time. Tust eat me and ?TODf r yu wa.nt of ",e-. 1 a the purest and most wholesome piece of candy in the market. There is only one firm in this country that can make me. Every other firm who has tried to imi tate me has given it up. I am for sale in your city at BEE HIVE GROCERY Co. Both Phones 190 SSB1 Main Street. Harness for show and harness for ever day use may. mean difference In quality In some makes hert they are identical Is strength and dnrabll lty. More style, of course, In fancy driv ing harness; but all our harness Is made from good stock ane every set malntalni our reputation as U workmanship and finish. All sorts of hors equipments at very moderate prices. Tlie Wiggins Co. Night Was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, f Alexandria, Ind., "and could hard ly get any sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 ponds." It's absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, Lagrippe, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at A. G. Luken 's drujr store. SELLS Call on us for Bread, Cakes, Pies. Nono Better.2! Delivered to any part of tho city Phono 529 j -Lr!:FPnH .wit,h so.e coal even good looking coal -- lJL is that t won't hum . TYf . IT'S NEVER QUITE SATISFACTORY to borrow from a friend. He may say he is glad to accommodate you, when he is not. He may be greatly inconvenienced and 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 money the best way is to borrow a certain amount for a fixed time at a fixed rate of interest, and to be paid back in a fixed time. Then there can be no mis understanding; then you are free from the unpleasant feeling that you have imposed on your friend's liberality. We loan sums of ten dollars and upwards on the afore-mentioned ba sis. We loan to salaried people without security. We loan on small arti cles left in pledge. We loan on many kinds of personal property without removal. ( ,.;! Here are some of the terms of our new weekly payment plan, allowing you fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan : 60 cents Is the weekly payment on a S25 loan f 1 .20 Is the weekly payment on a f 50 loan $1.80 Is a weekly payment cn a S75 loan 2.40 Is the weekly payment on a $100 loan Other amounts in the same proportion. If these payments do not suit you, call and see us, and we will be pleased to explain other plans we have. Mail or 'phone applications receive our prompt attention. RICHMOND LOAN Co. Established 1895. Room 8, Colonial Bldg, .v. . HOME PIIOXE 445 Subject n n h cr73 nit uuuvy If you have not used Mother's Bread, do not fail to give it a trial. No expense is spared in its manufacture, and we know it is as fine a loafas it is possible to produce. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IX nd if he has not got it, tell him to call New Phone 39, Old Phone iCed 379 and get it. Respectfully, , Don not forget that the Model Department Store is the busiest place in the city of Richmond. We are doing more business every day and it shows that the people of Richmond and vicinity are still ready to pay cash for their goods and thus save their money and not pay the bad account of some of their neighbors which they do when they purchase of a Credit Store. .Selling for cash as we do we turn our stocks often and are able to save customers at least 10 per cent. Potatoes, Finest in the City 75c bu. Granulated Sugar 1 19 lbs. for $1.00 A. Sugar 20 lbs. for $1.00 Light Extra C 21 lbs. for $1.00 Fancy Sugar Drip Syrup,... gal. 30c 2 Days Only, Wednesday and Thursday Butchers Lard per lb. 10c Pickled Pork per lb. 10c Dry Salt Bacon per lb. 11c Nice Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon per lb. 15c 33 lb Can Tomatoes 25c In our Dry Goods and Clothing Department our Spring Goods are coming and we must make room for them. Don't forget to attend our Ribbon Sale. We are selling Ribbons cheaper than any other store. Our No. 40, whieh is a good wide Ribbon, No. 1 stock, 10c per yard. Just received a fine line of Muslin Underwear and our White Goods Sale will take place in a few days. PREPARE AND WATCH FOR THE BARGAINS. Our Jackets, Suits, and Carpets are going for less than 50c on the dol lar. We have them fixed in lots. Come take your choice. Yoursformore business, he MODEL DEPARTMFJT STOBE Both Phones Home 1079 ; Central We still give the Green Trading S Prompt delivery. THE BEST THINGS TO EAT A GREAT TROUBLE black diamonds " that at all repy buying No sach fluke ' possible here, became our coal quality guarantee goe3 with every ton leaving our yards. J. H. MENKE 162-164 Ft. Wayne Ave- Ilomc Plione 762 . Bell Plione 435 on RICHMOND BAKING CO- Union, Black 241. tamps with each and every purchase.