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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1904.
CAMBRIDGE CM 'Our Winifred e Coa Ta 5 SMS, If"- v TWO. it vru t m . ML it m m n til k u m u V Kay Cornell played for a dance in Hagerstown last night and will play for another in Knightstown tonight. Mrs. "Will Harris was in Indianapo lis yesterday. The National Drill company shipped a car load of grain drills to Council Bluff, Iowa, yesterday. Miss Mae Bradbury was the guest of friends in Richmond Wednesday. Stanley Cmyton, of Richmond, was in this city on business yesterday. Sim Crockett's saloon has been closed and will remain so for a few days. S. B. Fisher attended polo Wednes day evening at Richmond. Mrs. McDemaric was found dead in her bed early yesterday morning. Wednesday evening she told her hus band and daughter that she was go- ( ing to die, and, about 3 o'clock, j awakened them, asking them to go for Father Spellman. When tliey ar- ytgr rived with the priest she had passed away. The supposition is that she died of old age. Miss Mae Bradbury is the guest of Kate Punlay, in Indianapolis. On account of the Musical at Dub lin, this evening, the Bon Ton Musical club will not meet until Tuesday evening. The meeting will be held with Miss Lottie Marsh, of east Cambridge. The program is as follows : Paper, "Life of Hayden" Alma Hull. "Gypsy Rondo," Hayden Katie McDougal. "Martha," Smith Flossie Hazel 8 BURNS UP CLEAN AND KEEPS FIRE OVER NIGHT. iror SUNDAY O Q O "S5 ft ?r t IT? A GASG1 17 FOR THE CURE OF Toiisilitis Ulcerated Soro Moutli Sore Tliroat Quinsy inflamed Tliroat 5, "Sweet Soveraign," Martin Blanche Boyd. Taper, "Life of Ton Weber" Hazel Rummel. "Weber's Last "Waltz," Reissiger Lenna Cornthwaite. "Spinning Girl," Veon Mary Dillon. "Faintelle," Binet Prof. George Doll. : ) i L. B. Foxworthy, an engineer on a freight engine, was seriously in jured in the Panhandle switch yards here yesterday. lie had taken siding in the yards and attempted to board the switch engine to ride to the tele graph office for orders and, as he stepped on the step, his left limb was caught between his engine and the switch engine. His limb was badly crushed and the bones broken. He was taken to the freight office, to which place Drs. Mauk and Boyd were summoned. They administered temporary relief and he was taken on the first train to his home in In dianapolis. John Guyton, father of Omer Guy ton, our present postmaster, fell from bis hay loft yesterday afternoon, re ceiving serious injuries. Mrs. Steve Ward entertained Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Reynolds at a turkey dinner to day in honor of her mother's seventy third birthday. Thousands Have Hi&aey Trouble and Don't Huow it. Ho- To Fir: -I Out. iFil! a bottls o w.tnon zz w'th your water and let it w.and tvemy-fcur hours; a r-n'rr-Tt r.r cot. rn rfj r -y tllrK- indicates an t. 4 iinhftcVhv r.nnrfU y-.' j y noil c.i rviu- ' "l i. r-v;" if it -rain; your linen it Is evidence of kid ney trouble; too frequent desire to pass it cr pain in ths back Ard all diseases of a similar nature. Charles L Magaw Druggist. 10 Ft. Wayne ave., Richmcrd, Ind. BOSTOI revival church four ! The Rev. Lott closed the meetings at the Chiistian Sundav evening. There were accessions to the church. Misses Jennie Cole and Inez Lott visited the family of Dennis Druley Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Lashley of Center ville attended services at the M. E. church Sunday. Dr. E. V. Bi-ower still continues very low with consumption. William Miller of Clifton has pur chased the farm owned by Edward whites of the eggs beaten to a stiff Bennett. froth with a enp of sugar and a tea- A handsome new organ was placed Ponful of vanilla, spread on top of in the M. E. church last week. pudding, set in a quick oven and Isaac Ryan and William Dills sold brown; take out, sprinkle with cocoa- a lot of fat hogs last week. inut serve coId after three or four From all reports we are to have llors- The sweet liquor which set- MENU FOR TWO DAYS. Ereakfast. Fruit Granose Sugar and Cream Sausages Creamed Potatoes Hominy Pancakes Coffee Lunch Cold Salmon Loaf with Mayonnaise Kiss Pudding Cccoa Dinner Mock Turtle Soup (Canned) Pot Roast Beef Brown Gravy Mashed Potatoes Peas Red Cabbage Salad Wafers Cheese Rice Pudding Cofiee Breakfast Fruit Force Sugar and Cream Mackerel Baked Potatoes Sally Lunns Coffee Dinner Clear Soup Roast Turkey Cranberry Jelly Browned Mashed Potatoes Creamed Onions Celery Mayonnaise with Pirn Olas Wafers Cheese Bohemian Cream Coffee Supper Creamed Oysters in the Chafing Dish Brown Bread Sandwiches Orange Baskets Cake Coffee Kiss Pudding Boil one miart sweet milk in custard kettle, stir into it four heaping tablespoonfuls sugar, and four level tablespoonfuls corn starch dissolved in a little cold wa ter or milk and added to the well beaten yolks of four eggs. Have the APPLES Carload Fancy APPLES 50c tmsliel and up SHERA & STARR? Phones No 6, 272 Ft. Wayne Avenue 0 1 1 HP! n ill ill Jind. Ti- WJ -II limb roia 0Jt J Also choice Sweet Cider At 1029 Main St. Or call phone 523 EEDLESS Q ORANGES 23c a dozen Saturday only. 7, )vr , r- 1 VJ I If kidneys end Z.13C blad- ccnvlncirg proof that th der are cut cf order. "What to So. There :a cenfort in the knowledge so often expressed, thit Dr. rC:!:r.er'3 Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curinj rheumatism, ps.ii: in the back, l.'i.'riryr., live! . 1 -c.-.: every pa.rt cf the urinary pas?ars. It corrects iu..blll.y to heii water ana (.Jcii7 p-in in passing it, cr bad effects following use of Uqucr: wins cr beer, and overcome-: tr at unpleasant r.ecessity cf being compciiei to ro cfte'i during trie djy, and to "t up many tirr.;s during the night. The mild and the extra ordinary effect of S"wLn;pRoo is scon realized. It stands the highest for its von- the coldest weather of the winter, the present week. We hope, howev er, that the weather prophet is false in his prediction. The health of our community is very ffood at this time. Dressed Chickens, Baked Ham, Home-made Layer Cakes, Bread, Etc. Try a nice Mackerel for Sunday break fast, with a cup of our 80c Mend Coffee. Our doffees we buv green and roast as we use them, so they're always fresh. Please send in your Saturday order early to avoid the rush. Phone 292 HADLEY BROS. ALWAYS USE derful cures of the cistressm cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. ar.d$l. sizes. Ycu may have a sample bottle cf this wonderful discovery fCr'A and a book that tells ?753S.UiSi more about it, both sent SrHS?f3 absolutely free by mail. "13 Address Dr. Kilmer & Home of S amp-Root. Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men tion reading this generous offer in this paper jfhfflA WEEK "UP Oil Burner. mi if Heats stoves rr fnrnaofs; t-nrns rriMe tTsTTlU f oil:0 xHtl- Ki.ii. WrlteiVaitlonitl Mr;, TL--JI h.a? tvJ Co: - tlon K, Atw lurk. X. V. Co.. Cures Blood, Skin Troubles, Cancer, Blood Poison Greatest Blood Purifier Free. If your blodd is impure, thin, dis eased, hot or full of humors if you have blood poison, cancer, carbuncles, eating sores, scrofula, eczema, itching rising and lumps, scabby, pimply J skin, bone pains, catarrh, rheumatism or any blood or skin disease, take i Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) ac- j cording to directions. Soon all sores j heal, aches and pains stop, the blood is made pure and rich, leaving the , skin free from every eruption, and giving the rich glow of perfect health ! to the skin. At the same time, B. B. B. improves the digestion, cures dys pepsia, strengthens weak kidneys. Just the medicine for old people, as it gives them new, vigorous blood. Druggists, $1 per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample free anil prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and pecial free medical ad vice also sent in sealed letter. B. B. B. is especially advised for chronic, deep-seated cases of impure blood and skin disease, and cures after all else fails. ties to the bottom in cooling, serves as a sauce. j Bohemian Cream One quart of cream, two tablespoonfuls of sugar, ane ounce of gelatine, dissolved. Whip half the cream to a stiff froth, i Boil the remainder with the smrar i and season with vanilla; add the gel atine, and when cooled a little, the well beaten yolks of four eggs. Beat until it begins to stiffen, then beat in quickly, the whipped cream. Pour in i wet molds and set on ice. -OR- Pretty Miss Nellie Hascomb, Oma ha: "I owe my good looks ami health to Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea. Have fully regained my health. 35 cents, tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. ALFORD SELLS FOR LESS Pride of Richmond FLOUR They arc the best On the market. We have just placed on sale another large assort ment of very fino Mill Ead Embroideries in narrow and wide widths beautiful designs, and all at prices that almost mean two yards for one. In the assortment you will find such values as Open Wcrk Cambric Embroidery, 3 to 5 inches wide, per yard Jaconet Eclginp, open work, with fret button hole edge, 8 inches wide, per yard ... Cambric end Swiss Embroidery, 10 inches wide per yard Cambric and Swiss Embroidery, 12 inches wide per yard t . . Cambric and Swiss Inserting, 2 to 3 inches wide per yard Respectfully, 1611 to 1615 Main St. Telephone 223 Store open until 10 o'clock Saturday night OF OUR GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE . . . 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 drug store. Story of tlie Money Comb Candy. A Delicious Confection Come to your city, you will always know ! me ciiier you once tasle me. I - ui a.l the i rage in tne .East and West, whe re I have ,' Deen tor some time. Just est uie and you will then understand why I am pro nounced "simply delicious, and will not wonder why you want more of i:e. I am 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. Eoth Phones 190 5I Main Street. n-nf oil vrtii Larl i n fon rl or! -fn Inrinrr tVi l a cala 9 If not, this is your last opportunity. 4 'Tisn't safe to be a day without Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the house. Never can tell what moment an accident is going to happen. Neglected colds make fat grave yards." Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy, vigorous old age. -1 the most successful cut price sales ever held in T our store, in ever oetore were tne oargains so ?r tunity presented itself to buy good, reliable, t& clean merchandise at reduced prices. Did you , .A Come to-morrow and your dollar will do the work of two. MEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS If there is any one der-artmen tthat has made more friends ani eti -turners than another, dur ing this salr, it i our clothing department. The cream of stocic placed on sale at won derfully lo"- rrices. The famous high grade " Union Lab . 1 ' and the 11 R. R. Store Special " Clothing is all included nothing is leserved Fine Buits and Overcoats that sold at $15 and $17 ero at $11.49. Those at $18, $20 and $22 go at $14.48. Plenty of cheaper suits and t coats from $3.98 up. iaaies, tomorrow you can Duy oc iancy vv Wool Waistings for 59c yd ; 65c Wool Waist- Itfe ings for 48c vd ; 50c and 75c Fancy Suitings, JJ J 40 in. wide, Zibelines and Fancy Cloths at 29c yard, and hundreds of other bargains equally w attractive ..... qT" 9 TDb SQirsDSidl St(D)ir $ AGN W AKERY - mm - J.51Q IMCJBulIIr SELLS THE BEST THINGS TO EAT Call on us for Bread, Cakes, Pios. None Better.! Delivered to any part of the city Phone 329 i