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The Richmond Palladium and Sun-Telegram:
Page Ten. I Ladies fas iiooiij) ewea no ODD or foster.. Easter Suits, Easter Skirts, Easter Jackets, Easter Waists, Stylish Easter Wearables of All Sorts. Having allied ourselves with some of the leading gar ment specialists of America, our department now offers the widest selections of any in the city. SUITS OF FASHIONABLE CHOICE We have just received a large number of New Spring Suits which deserve your special attention. Chic fitting Eton and Short Jacket Effects in Plain and Fancy Spring Woolens. Prices Ranging From $10.00 to $45.00. SELECT YOUR SKIRTS From -our new line of fashion faultless garments now being shown in many fashionable designs in plain and novelty weaves. " t Prices ranging $3.50 to $15.00. SPRING COATS OF CHARMING STYE For the Misses and Ladies. Don't miss seeing them while the assortments are complete., 'Tis un doubtedly our most comprehensive showing. We show Spring Coats in tight, loose and semi-fitting effects In Novelty Cloths, Coverts, Broadcloths, Venetians and Silk, in short, medium and lengths. Prices that Suit all Purses $4.50 to $25.00. We call special attention to our large showing of Lingerie Shirt Waists, Wash Silk Waists, Lace Waists and Silk Petticoats. Come in, note our prices ; they speak elo quently of Special Easter Savings. Lee B. Nesbaum OPPORTUNITY MEANS NOTHING to him who cannot use it. A savings account with Dickinson Trust Co., no matter how small, will help you to make use of your oppor tunities We invite you to begin with us today. One dollar starts an account. Three per cent, interest. Dickinson Trust Co. You can find all the good things to eat here. A fine lot of FANCY small Hen Turkeys and plenty of Chickens. STRAWBERRIES NEW CUCUMBERS. NEW ENDIVE. NEW ONIONS. HEAD LETTUCEr RHUBARB. MANGOES. TOMATOES. PARSLEY. RADISHES. SPINACH. FLORIDA ORANGES and GRAPE FRUIT orangeV Don't forget our COUNTRY CURED HAMS BEE HIVE GROCERY CO. CITV AND COUNTY Deaths and Funeral. IIORT The funeral of Lena L. Hort will be from the home, three and one half miles south of the ciy, Sun day at 2 o'clock, the Rev. J. O. Camp bell officiating. The interment will be in Elkhorn cemetery. Friends may call any time. YEAGER George W. Yeager died yesterday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. M. Hunnicut, in Rockville, Ind. The remains will ar rive here tomorrow afternoon at 4:50 and will be taken to the residence of his son, Thomas Yeager, 911 North G street. The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. If in need of a hog, sheep or cattle dipping tank, write before buying to the National Medical Co., Sheldon, la. Artificial gas. t&6 20OS Century fuel 10-tf PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY, SATURDAY MARKET ..FANCY.. Southern Strawberries Green String Beans, Fresh As paragus. Fresh Water Cress, Fresh Oyster Plant, Fancy Head Lettuce, Young Beets, Fancy Cucumbers, Sweet Man goes, Fresh Young Spinach, Fancy Endive, Radishes, Young Onions and Rhubarb. Orange Sale Every Saturday Your Patronage Appreciated. THE CITY III BRIEF Butte?ick's Patterns, McrrUs & Co'a. Frank and Fred Allen, of Circleville, O., are visiting in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, of Fort Leavenworth, Kans., are visiting rela- ! lives in this city. John Russell and daughter, Frances visited in New Paris, O., yesterday. Telephone the Richmond steam Laundry to get your laundry. tf James Sauers of Marion, Ind., is visiting friends in Richmond. Harry Reynolds and son, James, was in the city yesterday on business. Mr. ana Mrs. Harvey Williams, of Sacramento, Cal., stopped for a few hours with friends yesterday morning on their way to New York City. Just received another shipment of the Reading Standard Bicycles. Call and see them, at Brown & Darnell's, 1022 Main street. 16-2t Mrs. Frank Moore, and Mrs. James Moore, of Knightstown, spent the day in Richmond. Take your laundry to the Richmond Steam Laundry, 919 Main St., Phona 151. Carpets Cleaned. july31-tf MAPLE SIRUP IN PLENTY This Promises to Be Banner Season for County. OPEN SPRING PROMISED This season promises to be a ban ner one in Wayne county for maple syrup! Since time immomorial it has been general!- conceded that a long cold snap combined with a steady thaw was absolutely essential for a good maple syrup season. This sea son this theory has been upset. There has been plenty of thaw but no cold snap, but notwithstanding this fact the maple trees are doing a land-office business. John Macy, a well known farmer, reported yesterday that on r'riday he had secured about 50 gallons of sap from his maple trees. Farmers living in the same vicinity as Mr. Macy report as good success as Mr. Macy has had. Farmers all over the country are also predicting an unusual wheat crop this year if the present favorable con ditions continue. Commissioner Clark stated yesterday that his wheat had begun to turn green despite the farly season. Indications are that there will be an exceptional open spring and if such is the case the farmers of Wayne county will double their al ready fat bank accounts. i THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK You will always be sure of a cordial welcome and courteous treatment A safe and profitable place to do your banking business Greatest Resources. Largest Working Capital. OFFICERS : rnESI PENT: Johu B. Doug an. VICK-PRES.: V. W. Elmer. John B. Pougno. Daniel O. Rld. Geo. If. Egnemeyer. '. W. Kimer. Haai"l W. tiaar. Howard Campbell. VICE FttES : Daniel O. Held. CASHIER: tv&ui'l. W.Gaar. DIRECTORS : S. P. St rattan, Jr. C. II. Land. Clem A. tiaar. E. O. Hill. H. C. Htarr Henry Oennett. VICE-rRES.t Geo. H Eggemeyaf ASST.-CASHIER: Will C. eeeker. E. O. Hlbberd. John R. Howard. John J. Harrington J W. Mmtth. Ueo. V. Miller. Mrs. Will Borden, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. J. F. Rowlett. Call on Mrs. C. A. Brehm, at North Sth street and select one of the late street hats while the stock is complete. Mrs. P. A. Shute, of Muncie, is vis iting her mother, Mrs. Charles Wright. ' George B. McClellan for wall paper and paper hanging. 204 South Tenth street. N Miss Gertrude Youngerman is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. Ride the Standard Reading Bicycle. It has a record of 50 miles an hour. Brown & Darnell, 1022 Main street. 16-2t Mrs. Harry Sanderson of New Cas tle, Ind., has returned after a visit with relatives in Richmond. Mrs. Charles Gehring of Indianapo lis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. F. Rowlett. MICAJAH CHAMNESS DEAD Wealthy Alexandria Recluse Who Lived in Fear of Robbery. Alexandria, Ind., March 16. Mica jah Chamness, eighty-five years old. an aged recluse of this place, is dead at his home here. He leaves five children in this city, all well-to-do. Although possessed of much w,ealth. Mr. Chamness refused to live any where save in a little hut, which he had entirely surrounded with a rail fence, ten feet high, owing to his hallucination that everybody was try ing to get his money. As an addition: al precaution, he was guarded by two great St. Bernard dogs, which al so accompanied him in his hunting trips, of which sport ha was very fond. His hut was lined with 'coon, 'possum and fox hides, while his bed consisted of a large buffalo robe. Hi3 wife died more than twenty-five years ago, and since then Mr. Chamness has refused to make his home with his children, seemingly not contented with any life save that of a recluse. WDNOFIREDE is a good one for family use. It burns clean and holds fire over night. FOR SALE BY PHONES 49 OS. CO. Doyfole Stamps OoybDe Sftamraps TUESDAY NIGHT, 6 O'CLOCK UNTIL 6 O'CLOCK WEDNES DAY NIGHT. And Prices cheaper than any Store in Richmond. Nice Smooth Solid Potatoes, per bushel 60c 3 Quarts of Navy Beans and 30 Stamps 30c 1 lb. Fancy Blend Coffee (none better) and 23 stamps, 25c 1 lb. Big Leaf Imperial Tea and 60 Stamps 60c Daisy Flour, winter wheat, for - 50c A Fancy 4-sewed Broom 25c A Good California Prune, 3 lbs. for 25c Fancy Evaporated Apples, 2 lbs. for 25c 3 Packages Austin's, Oats for - 25c Pictorial Review Patterns. Store open Tuesday nighi till 9 o'clock. Order early. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTMENT STORE Trading Stamps with All Turchases. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13R. Store Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. 411-413 Main Street. , OF ALL KINDS Quick "W.A Delivery 1 (rs ir 1 r uu viy Phon Your Ordra OFFICE BULLERDICK'S CANNERY 0. D. BULLEROICK, S. 5TH ST. ..Phon. 123s React The Palladium for FJcwo WE HAVE EV TO LOAN On Household Goods, Pianos and Wagons, Fixtures Salaries, Etc. onfidential Business X , Horses, The plan. termnnN ditions upon which we loan are extremely favor able to the borrower, and we are always glad to talk with anyone who can offer acceptable se curity. Call, write or 'phone. No need to worry about your debts. If you are honest we are always willing to assist you in getting square with the world. Our rates are cheapest and payments easiest. ASK US. OUR NEW PAYMENT PLAN .60 a weekly payment on a $25 loan. $1.20 a weekly payment on a $50 loan. $2.40 a weekly payment on a $100 loan. Other amounts in same proportion. When you need money come to us. ICHMOND LOAN Established 1895. Home Phone 445. Room 8 Colonial BIdg., Richmond, Ind. co.x 1 i J. M. EGGEMEYER 4th and Main Sts.