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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AND SUX-TE LEGRAM, FRIDAY, MAY 1. lOOft.
PAGE EIGHT. I IS ION oo oo What Beginning Monday, May 4th Ending Saturday, May 9th Notion Week leans 25-35c White Emb'cl Handkerchiefs, 15c each, 2 for 25c 50-60-75c Warp Print Floral Ribbons, per yard 25c 25-35c Warp Print Floral, also No. 100 Black Taffeta Rib bons, per yard 15c 25-35c Face Veiling, dotted and plain, all colors, per yd. 18c 25c Silk side Hose Supporters, per pair 10c 50-60-75c Wide Venise Insertions, per yard 32c 25c Wash 4-in-hand Ties, all colors, each 10c 15c Gold Plated Beauty Pins, plain and engraved, per pr. 5c $1.75 Battenberg Dresser Scarf, 3 linen centers, 20x54 inch, each 88c $2.00 Real Cluny Doylies, with 31 inch lace, each ...98c 35c Battenberg Doylies, linen center, each 22c k5-35c White Embd. Wash Belts, pearl buckle, each 19c COME! COIVIE! COME! If you can not buy, feast your eyes on the real dutchess lace display. Real Dutchess Collars, $50.00 each. Real dutchess laces $2.00 to $25.00 per yard. Positively no goods laid aside or sold at these prices be fore Monday. NOTION WEEK $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$s$$s$$$$$s$$$$$$$$$$$s$$$ 1 ft 6 CO 60 to C S e 60 to to to to to to MONEY USE OUR MONEY to pay your bills. We have plenty to loan at all times and will be glad to accommodate you. We loan on household j:oods. l:n os, wagons and other personal property t,f value without remov al. And you can have from one to rwehe months? to pay back your loan in weekly or monthly payments to suit your salary. If you are in need of money fill out this blank and mail it to us. Our agent will call on you. Date Your full nam: Wife's full name, Address. St. and No. Amount Wanted Kind of security you have Richmond Loan Co. Room 17 Over Nusbaum's 721 Main St. Home Phone 1545. Richmond, Ind. MONEY SPECIAL CERY MENTION EXTRA FANCY STRAWBERRIES Fresh shipments twice daily. GRO Green Peas Home Cauliflower Young Spinach Spring Onions Ripe Tomatoes New Potatoes Home Cucumbers Home Radishes Green String Beans Ycung Beets Young Kale Home Asoaragus Egg Plants Oyster Plants Cs rrcts New Cabbage O THE CITY IN BRIEF T A CANARD EXTRA LARGE, LATE GRAPE FRUIT Heavy, delicious fruit. Late Florida Oranaea Navel Oranges Fancy Lemons Jumbo Bananas Blood Oranges Fancy Pineapple i n The (ieo. H. Knollenberg to. f j .i JUST AFFAIRS OF RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL Mips Elizabeth Smolscr is taking charge of Miss Mprinfi'ss classes rtur 1ng tho latters absence on account of a sprained ankle. Miss Melius is quite improved and it. is believed that Khe will be able to assume iier duties at the school within the next two weeks. The students at the high school are very anxiously awaiting the May issue of the Reflector, the high school pa per. The paper this month will be a 16 pae.e with a cover anil will be a souvenir edition for tho orchestra and all the proceeds will tro for the pur pose of purchasing a bassoon, two French horns and kettle drums. The magazine will be fully illustrated and lias pome very excellent news articles by the different ?rmients and alumni of the school. The issue will prob ably be on sale uoxt Monday. The high school closed this after noon to enable the high school stu dents to tako part in cleaning their vards.. The school was dismissed at three o'clock and tho students made a scatter nwnt. The hiph school orchestra under the direction of Prof. Karhart. will play for the commencement of the Milton high school tonight. This is the sec ond time the orchestra has furnished music for the Milton commencement. The .lunior class has started a movement which is hoped to culmi nate in a class picnic at the end of the present school term. They have ap pointed committees to take charge of arrangements. The Seniors will probably give their annual picnic at Jackson park this summer. The class of 'OS is the only high school class that has .succeeded in iriving a picnic each year after en tering the high school. News has been received from An derson that tho track team there will have a try out next week. The Marion high school track Vain has been out for some time. It has a meet scheduled for May 0 and it is expecting to niale things hum when they enter the quadrangular meet the following Saturday at Anderson. I Mr. Shirley a representative of I Wabash college was at the high school i yesterday. A PECULIAR RULING Measles in Future Is Not to Be Governed by Absolute Quarantine. BOARD ISSUES STATEMENT. 2 Automatic Phones 1198-1199 Bell 190 HIV GROCERY Automatic Phones 1198-1199 Bell 190 THREE BIG SPECIALS For Saturday Only Florida Sweet Oranges 23c SAME AS LAST WEEK. Large Grape Fruit 5c Large, Ripe Pineapples 15c, 2 for 25c Home Grown and Southern Vegetables of all Kinds. Bulk Olives, Large and Crisp, 30c Qt. Fancy Fat White Mackerel Don't Forget BEE HIVE COFFEE Measles is not. to ho governed by an absolute quarantine tinder penalty for violation, according to Dr. G. H. Grant, county health officer. The al teration has been made by the state hoard of health in the new rules;. In regard to these rules Dr. Grant lias is sued the following statement, which is of interest to tho general public as well as all phvsicians of th county: The new rules of the state board of health, which governs all subordinate county, city and town health officers, have just been issued. There are i some interesiin.tr and important chang es in them, attecting- health officers, physicians and the public. Among these is a rule which makes it the duty of all physicians to report every case of ehickenpox and whoopinpeongh: and the health officer having jurisdiction niustj immediately card the house with a placard pivins the name of the dis ease, in letters not less than two inch es in height: but this carding is to warn the public absolute quarantine, with the usual penalty, not being re quired. The doctors are to continue I usinp the same "Contagious disease re I ports" now in vogue. These mw rules make ir necessary for health offi cers to immediately order a supply of cards for whooping cough and chiek enpox. Another important change is the one noted above whereby measles is no longer quarantined absolutely, but merely for a warning to the public. Wilfred .lessup has returned from Mattoon. 111., where he went on legal business. It. D. Sherman will build a. new frame dwelling. Southwest Third street at a cost of- $l,Ooo. ILaokman & Klehfoth company will remodel their present office. The work will cot. about Jfl-'on. Mrs. Adah Robinson of this citr is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Hemplenian, at Connersville. .1. V. Rethmeyer will build a new frame dwelling at the corner of West Fourth and Richmond avenue. The cost will be $L',oo. Market of home cooking, Saturday, at Alford's drug store. u0-t The degree of Royal Arch Masonry was conferred upon four candidates last evening at a meeting of King Sol onion chapter. State Inspector Shir ley was present. Fifteen building permits were issued by City Controller Webster Parry dur ing the month of April. The eslimate of the repairs and ihe erection of new structures aggregate U.'Jto. Presiding Elder T. H. Guild of the Richmond district. Methodist, church, has appointed the Rev. W. G. H. Jen kins pastor of the circuit composed of Sugar Grove. Gennard and Greensboro in Henry county. The- trial of Sterling Bolin. the ne gro, who murderously attacked Arch Hindman of Hagcrstown during the winter, will be held Monday, May 11. in the circuit court unless delayed for some unavoidable reason. The Rev. R. G. Howard of the First English. Lutheran church will address ; the members of the W. C. T. U. Sun ; day afternoon at. the 4 o'clock vesper i services, which will bo held at the ; church. The public is cordially in vited to attend. Home cooking market at Alford's drug store Saturday by Epworth League of First M. E. church. At the meeting of the Grand Army Post last evening arrangements were made to have an ice cream social next Saturday evening. The proceeds of the social will be placed in the cemete ry fund and used to care for the graves of dead comrades. The board of public works has giv en the contract, to .lohn F. Cronin for the construction of cement walks on west side of South Sixteenth street from A street to C street.. The board has also accepted the work of John I). Haner in filling up the potter's field at Earl ham. The tax paying line at the office of the county treasurer was longer today than it. has been since the payment, or the spring installment, began. Those desiring to make settlements were so numerous that, the line extended be yond the door of the office and far out into the corridor. The wheel on a wason loaded with corn, came off at Eighth and North A streets yesterday. The horses were frightene-d by the sudden shift of the wagon to one side, nd plunged onto the sidewalk by the Genneft theatre. Corn j was scattered obout the street. No serious daniRge was done. j Mrs. Nathan C. Binford of Green field, was in the city this week at tending the meeting of the Missionary i Society of tho Friends' church of the i Indiana Yearly meeting. While here she was the shiest of Prof. K. P. True : blood and wife and also called on her ' neicf. Miss Marjorie Hill, who is a student at Earlham College. Applic ation for the dissolution of the Moore Homestead company of this "dry was niini" to the Wayne circuit court today. It is represented that this company was orcanized in 1!4 with .pt.H capital for the purpose of buying real esta'e in Wayne county and leasing and selling the same. The organizers were Margaret Sansberry. Anna E. Gaar and Nancy Nicoson. It Presidential Candidates Will Stick in the Race to Finish. OFFER MADE TO CANNON. Washington, May 1. While ad mitting that Sci-retary Taft has a good lead in the contest for delegates to the republican national convention the oth er men who are seeking the honor be lieve there is a chance of cb-fea'iiig him. Proceeding cm this theory ihey will continue to wage battle up to the minute of the convention. Rumors have been current that real izing the lead of Secretary Taft, the other candidates would soon announce their withdrawals. At the headquar ters of the allied candidates this re port is declared to be a c anard. These same men. however, admit that over tures looking to their withdrawals have been made. Speaker Cannon in particular being approached. CALIFORNIA AND IMPORTED OLIVE OILS. We are Headquarters. French, Italian and California Oil. Gallon, Half Gallon and Quart Cans Bottles, all sizes. Fresh Saratoga Chips Salted Peanuts Sassafras Bark Maple Sugar Select Pickled Por Bulk Queen Olive Shelled Nuts New Maple Salad Oil (Cat. Crystal Ginger i BLYX FAMOUS 25c COFFEE.- Richmond's most popular coffee. Packed and sold exclusively by us in One Pound Air Tight Tin Cans. Menegars Chutney Svea Wafers Roses' Lime Juice Ditmann's Caviar Patent Barley Quart Ginger Ale Button Mushrooms VIOLENTLY INSANE. John Fry p. an iusane man of Mid dletown. Henry county was brought to this city today and taken to KasX haven for confinement. Ho was ac companied by Sheriff Purr. Frye is a violent patient. Imported Marmalade Ettragon Vinegar Pres. Gmger Cubes Anchovies in oil Tobasco Sauce Spanish Peppers Mrs. Kidd's Mangoer THREE PHONES. John M. Eggemeyer, 4th and Main Sts. K this concerns you. read carefully; Lt. r-.ldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is positively tfuaran- -il to cure indigestion, constipation, sic k bead-.n-:ie, offensive breath, malaria ana all diseases ai isine from stomae '.rouble. Palladium Want Ads-Cent a Word. DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY DO YOU KNOW if, Si r Si O I 0 i is allesred the company has accomplish ed its purpose and the stockholders do not desire its further continuance. We make a friend every time an American Kid goes over our counter. Are you a friend? D. A. FELTMAN, MAKER. 609 Main Street. MEMORIAL SERVICE. Wayne Aerie Xo. 666 fraternal ord er of Eagles will hold their annual service at their hall in the Vaughan block on Main street, Sunday, May 3rd at 2:30 p. m. An appropriate program has been prepared. All members and their families are urged to attend. The public also is cordially invited. By Order of the Committee. o -- in Manchuria already receives 1. "" cable messages a day from Japan. The jflnwfrlifig oX ik cables is probable. The TVVO essential Yemenis which determine the strength ol a banking institution arc FIRST Capital Stock and Surplus The amount of a bank's capital and sur plus should be the first consideration of the depositor in selecting his bank. With a Capital of $200,000 Surplus and Profits of more than $100,000, DICKIN SON TRUST COMPANY offers to its de positors an unusual margin for SAFETY. SECOND Its Oiiicersr and Directors The men that direct the affairs of a bank are important factors in determining its SAFETY. The business of DICKINSON .TRUST COMPANY is entrusted to safe hands. Its officers and directors are men chosen for their integrity and high standing in business and financial cir cles. Our Service is Unexcelled DICKINSON TRUST CO. Leading Trust Company In Eastern Indiana. DO YOU KNOW en o o EL! O 2 in ?r 1 8