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EICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FEIDAY, MARCH 25, 1904. OOOOOOOOIOIOOO eslbaiQinni9 C,3 S?7 o ftranH Handkerchief Special W . . JT ror oaturaay uniy SEE FRONT SHOW CASES. .-K OOOOOOOOIOIOOOOOOOO J 00 doz. Ladies' Fine Embroidered Handkerchiefs, bougnt at a iiDerai oiscoum, iu au wufc. Handkerchiefs in this lot worth 50c, O 0 75c and $1.00. Saturday only V .fjj LAC E TURN-OVERS for Saturday selling. See the dainty Lace Turn-overs displayed in y center case well worth 10c. Saturday fi. Tp" special, while they last, your choice j SOMETHING FOR THAT NEW BONNET- t LI AT PIMQ Rolled go'd plated Hat Pins with 11 M 1 I IN J pretty colored settings, worth 10c; Q ft Saturday special, OU Saturday special See our line of Novelty Jewelry and Pearl Shirt Waist Sets at popular prices lOc up to 50c. Silk PettiCOatS for Easter wenr. Made of good quality plain and changeable silks, gocd lengths and extra full widths, dainty ruffles and accordeon pleats $4.00, 5.50, 6.50, $8.50, $IO, $12.50 ffi rn b 1 ft- - fK 1 11 si Avail yourself of the opportunity to get a loaf of bread that has plenty of competition, but ncne on quality j - J ' Made by an entire new process, where modern ideas are employed, perfect cleanliness, unremitting care, and strictly pure ingredients used. This loaf is made only by the Richmond Bak-. ing Co. "Ask your grocer for it." Red, White and Blue Isabel 011 every Loaf Save your tags from Mother's and Ideal Bread. They are valuable. In exchange for 2 tags we give you I vote on the free trip, with all expenses paid, to World's Fair, St. Louis. Get thetn exchanged at our office and vote for your friends: RICHMOND BAKING CO. BOTH PHONES 3 Dr. Johnston has removed his of Ifice and residence to the northeast corner of north A and tenth streets. The meeting of the Woman's Mis sionary society of the First Presby terian church, -which was announced to meet with Mrs. D. L. Mather, 326 north twelfth street, tomorrow, has been indefinitely postponed on ac count of sickness. Wallace's circus will open in Peru the last week in April. Several of the gas belt cities will be visited on the early spring tour, but Richmond will not get the show this year. Ilagerstown Exponent. The Young Friends' association held a very enjoyable "penny social" last evening at the home of Mrs. W. E. Morris, on south ninth street. It was the regular monthly meeting of the club and a delightful evening was spent by all. About forty-five mem bers of the association were present and the "penny social" and music formed the entertainment. The place of the next meeting was not decided upon, the announcement appearing later. The Richmond Palladium FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1904. Fred Porterfield is spending the week in New Castle on business. Russell Wilsn is spending the week with his parents in Campbellstown. Dr. II. II. Weist returned from a professional trip to Winchester last ening. President R. L. Kelly of Earlham j has gone to Boston, Mass., on a busi- XSJL. xxxr ness tr4p 3ZttZZdZdZZZdZZZdZdZ3ZdZdZdZdZdZdZdZ ' Miss Bess Huff went to Indianapo- T , I lis last night on a week's visit with Optical goods at Haner's. 'relatives. Eye glass changed at Haner's. Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry. tf Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shorthand school. Try the Palladium for job printing. Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha ner's. Corda Culbertson returned to Ma- Charles W. Lynn returned to New Castle last evening after a visit with local friends. Cecil Bell of Xew Castle, who has been working on the Panhandle here has returned home. Walter Eggemeyer of Chicago Uni- TRAIJO. 11 Does A Stunt Between Indianapolis and St. Louis. , - (Terre Haute Expess.) The Vandalia did another fast running stunt Wednesday night with eastern mail No. 11., between Indian apolis and St. Louis& No. 11 was thir-I fy-seven minutes late when it reached Indianapolis. Engineer Ed. Miliar, of this citv, in charge of engine No. 51, left the Indianapolis Union sta- ion at 0:13, and, by stopping two minutes at Greencastle. reducing speed at Reelsville and Limedale, eaehed Terre Haute Union station at 0:32, an even hour and twenty minutes. With Engineer Bill Davis at the throttle of engine No. 197, No. 1 left Terre Haute at 10:37 and reached Rose Hill, 111., 58.4 miles west of this city, in evactly 57 minutes. The entire thirty-seven minutes late had been made up between Indianapo lis and Rose Hill. VERDICT FOE $7,300 Against the Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad at Logans- ' port. (Peru Journal.) C H. Brownell received 'a verdict in his favor at Logansport. The C, C. & L. was trying to pay him $4, 300 for cutting through his land at the west edge of the city, but he claimed damages of about $15,000 and brought suit. The verdict is for $7,300. The case for cutting through Brownell 's grove is separate and will come up later. ; r Made by an entire new process, " Ideal Bread." Sweet oranges and grape fruit Price's. at This is the time of year when your last season's vehicle should h TP- painted. Call and leave it at Schneid er Carriage company, 47 north eighth street. 23-4 1. Price's are still serving daily the best Baltimore fresh oysters. N, ncl TAKEN TO HOSPITAL. Ciuemnati, 0., March 25. Agnes Massing, suspected of putting pois.u in the food of the Bowdle family, ind ordered sent to the epileptic hospital, was taken to Gallipolis today. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Westcott of east Main street have returned from s month's stay in Florida. Mrs. Mary Parker and daughter, Miss Let tie, of "The Wayne" are spending the week with relatives in Marion. B. F. Johnson returned yesterday afternoon from GrinnelL .la., where he attended the funeral of his broth er. Mrs. J. E. Mote of north thirteenth street returned last evening from New Castle where she has been the guest of relatives for a week. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell. W. IJ. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. William F. Spangler, of this city, was inducted into the mysteries of Masonry at the Scottish Rite con sistory at 'Indiana pedis. Several Rich mond Masons were in attendance. There is one event, March 29 and 30, that every lady in our city should take advantage of, and that is the grand millinery opening at Mrs. Bankers, 1012 Main street, Westcott Hotel block. 25-3t SWEET PEAS IN BULK. BURPEE'S. -:, ALSO NASTUR TIUMS. PHONE 292. . 13 HAD LEY BROS. rion yesterday after a visit with local .versity same this morning to spend Sunday with his parents. Isaac "Woodard: of Spring Grove left last evening for a short visit with friends in Cincinnati. Kenneth Harris of Earlham went to his home in Camden, O., last night to spend the spring Vacation. Miss Edna Ferree, who attends Earlham went to Marion last evening to spend Sunday with relatives. Aubrey Hibberd, who attends Chi cago University, arrived home yester day to spend the spring vacation. Miss Louise Purcell of north four teenth street, is the guest of Indiana polis friends for the remainder of the week. Mrs. Fred Martin of Portland ar rived yesterday to make an extended visit with numerous local friends and relatives. Mrs. Leslie Tucker, of north thir teenth street, went to Camden, Ohio, last evening for a several months' vis it with relatives. Miss Edith Nicholson left yester day afternoon for Purdue, where she will spend several days with her brother Raymond, who' is a student there. Wayne county has five creameries within her borders, and stands sec ond among the counties of Indiana in this industry. Lake count v. in ih northwest corner of the state. wlnVTi has the advantage of the near mnrUf of Chicago, stands first. : HUNG HIMSELF. Celina, O., March 25. Fred Rahn, living north of this place, committed suicide today bv hanging. Poor health is supposed to be the cause. CONGRESS. u ashington, March 2 ). In the House today Representative Dalzell, of the committee on rules, offered a resolution re-inserting in the postof- fice appropriation bill the section stricken out yesterday relating to pay of rural mail carriers, etc. The reso lution was adopted. Similar action was taken on the paragraph appro priating $5,000 for salary of the pur chaing agent of the postofilce depart ment on motion of Representative Grosvenor. Cream Easter Eggs, good to eat at Price's. Its a wonder of the 20th Century, What? "Ideal Bread." COMING MARCH 28TH. (Eaton Register.) Company F, Third Infantry, O. G., has secured the Davis Musical a Novelty Concert company, of Rich mond, Ind., for Monday, March 2Sth, at the Armory hall. This company is composed ot high class artists; in tact, all are experts as musical and novelty entertainers. The program wiJl consist of songs, - dramas, mirth and music. This entertainment is for the benefit of the local military com pany, and they have arranged the popular prices of 15c and 25c. Don't forget the time and place, Armory hall, March 2Sth. -, : For goodness sake Eat Ideal Bread. A splendid assortment of Easter eggs at Price's. cream "Ideal" is the name 01 the new loaf of bread. Different from anything else made in Richmond, DEATHS AND FUNERALS Ferguson. The funeral of Mis. Anna Ferguson will take place from St. Paul's Episcopal church Satur day afternoon at 3:15 o'clock. In terment at Earlham. Tharp. Mrs. Sarah A. Tharp, wife of Elijah Tharp, .died yesterday after noon at her home, 55 State street. Her husband, two sons and a dauo-h- ter survive. Funeral notice latpr. SPECIAL REVIVAL SERVCES AT THE FIRST M. E. CHURCH. A great audience heard Evangelist iveea at uie .first Methodist Episcopal church last night on "Some Plain Truths About the Dance." For one hour and a half the large audience was , held in rapt attention as the speaker proceeded with his terrible indictment of the dance and its evil tendencies. He stated that there is not an evangelical Christian church in the world that does not condemn this evil. Some local conorpo-;,, tolerate Jt, but they are untrue to the great body of the church which they represent. The address was clean and strong and was pitched upon a high plane No honorable person could take of fense at the utterances. The snirlt nf he speaker was admirable. IIis ar raignment was of the dance and not of the dancer. He drew largely from 11s experience as a slum worker in ,iverpool, England, for his illustra ions. v At the close of the meeting a num ber of young people came forward and took the evangelist by the hand and said that they felt that they could never dance again. The address ought ,to be heard by all the young people of Richmond. The evangelist preaches again this evening at 7:30. .There have been forty-four conversions since the be ginning of the meetings. Ideal by name Ideal by nature. Get a box of Price's elegant choeo lates. FIRE insurance: MONEY TO LOAN RENTS COLLECTED T.H. MDiRS T Story of tlie Honey Comb Candy A Delicious Confection Come to ycur city, you will alwavs know me after you once taste me. 1 am all the rage in the East ai d West where I have been for some time Just eat me and you will then undea stand why 1 am pronounced "simply delicio s," and will not wonder why you want more of me. I am the pur est and most wholesome piece of candy in the market. There is only one firm in this country that can arake me. Every other firm who ha tried to imitate me has given it up I am for sale in your city at BEEHIVE GROCERY Co People's Exchange STORAGE Ground floor, sixteentl and Main. Vera Smith. Wit SALE OR TRADE A good new 8-mch well boring machine and complete outfit for making wafei wells. Have made two wells a day with a machine like it. Must quit work on account of . age. S. B. Huddleston, Dublin. - 14-tf XDR SALE Old papers for sale at the Palladium office, 15 cents a hundred and some thrown in. FOR SALE A new ten-volume Am ericanized Cyclopedia Britannica. Inquire at Palladium office. It's a bargain for some one. WANTED Men or women local rep resentatives for a high class mag azine. .Large commissions. Cash prizes. Write J. N. Trainer, SO East Washington Square, New York, N. Y. tf ANOTHER 17 CENT ORANGE SALE TOMORROW. MEYER BROS. 4 . JL. 1 WANTED All around wood working machine hands. Apply at National Cash Register company, Dayton, O. 2t ALFORD SELLS DRUGS FOR LESS ORANGES . 17c DOZEN Large, sweat aud juicy. ' Regular 40c grade. Saturday only. - Poultry and Vegetables Also home-made specialties, such as . , Layer Cake, Bread, Baked Ham, etc. Try a pound of our 30c Blend Coffee the finest in the city. We buy our cof- iees green and Have them roasted; so thev are always fresh. t - P. S. Plentv of Bulk Sweet Peas (Buipees) hone 293 Hadley Bros. Individual ice cream chickens am' other fancv moulds made to order at Price's. A perfect health food, easy to masticate, easy to digest. ' 'Ideal Bread." MARKET Quotations From O. G. Murray's Er change Closing Prices Chica go Market. Wheat. July ssi2 Corn. May 301 JuJy 50y8ii Oats. Alay ........ ..... ......... .3.?.'5 July Pork. $13 07 Jllly 13.30 Try a loaf of the new "Ideal" and you will be a lasting friend to it. 100 beautiful gold ceived at Price's. fisl just re- A pure food product is "Ideal" bread. Just like dear old mother used to make. OF TlTBWfJ ! Wf Queen Quality (C:: Shoes for Ladies And Uncle Sam Union Made Shoes FOR MEN AND BOYS Se3 our window for styles. 2,000 women in Richmond and vicinity wear Queen Quality Shoes ill nn p THE ni nn 51106 an 807 Main St.