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EIOHMOND DAILY PALLADItTM. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904.
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Kid "GIdves
For
We carry the celebrated P. CENTINIERI
FRENCH KID GLOVES.
This line is acknowledged to be the finest in the United States.
We maize a specialty of tfie $i.oo and
x.5o Kid Gloves lor Easter.
We have Kid Gloves for 65c, if wanted.
Gents' Furnishings for Easter
We carry a complete up-to-date line of Gents'
Shirts, Collars. Neckwear, Fine Hosiery, etc.
You can save money on Gents' Furnishings at our store.
Remember the Muslin Underwear Sale continues all this week.
LEE B. NUSBAUM
LIFE IS VERY UNCERTAIN
Many deaths are caused by people not taking the proper
precautions about whit they eat and allowing their stomachs
to get in a terrible condition.
Bread is the STAFF OF LIFE you eat it three times
a day, 365 days in the year, and you should be particular
what kind of bread you eat.
Hundreds of people are suffering from indigestian, partly
caused from the bread they eat. The old time "cottony"
baker's bread will wad up into dough balls and lay in your
stomach, and olteu times it requires the aid of medicine to
make it digest .....
Ideal Bread
time nor money in getting it to the point of "Bread Excel
lence." It is easy to masticate and easy to digest, and it is
the result of the latest ideas of bread baking.
"Ideal Bread" is pure, wholesome and substantial. For
sale by all groceries. Made only by the
RICHMOND BAKING CO.
The Richmond Palladium
THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1904.
LOCAL ITEMS
Water bills due April 1st.
Optical goods at Haner's.
Eye glass changed at Haner's.
Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry. tf
Mrs. W. SHiser's shorthand school.
Try the Palladium for job printing.
Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha
ner's. Musical club Wednesday evening,
April, 6th.
Wanted Bench hands at Richmond
Casket company. 26t
Last recital of Musical club next
"VTednesday evening.
H. A. Cliristy, H. L. Jackson, J. S.
Nichols of the C. C. & L. were here
yesterday.
Typewriters, all makes, rented,
old. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month.
Repairs and ribbons for all machines.
Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26.
An old umbrella mender, so beastly
drunk that he didn't know his name,
was arrested at ninth and Main
streets this morning and placed in
durance vile. .
Mrs,C.A. . Brehra, No. 41 north
eighth street, will ha ve.a large line
of Eastern pattern hats and also 200
of the latest street hats on display
this week at lowest prices, wed-thrs
I There will be a meeting of the
board of control of the Indiana High
School Principals' Athletic league
next Saturday, at which time a date
and place for the annual track meet
will be selected. Thirty-three schools
belong to the league. If the meet is
held at Indianapolis the Richmond
school expects to send a carload over
the traction line to attend it.
SWEET PEAS IN BULK.
jl.BURPEE'S. ALSO NASTUR
TIUMS. PHONE 292.
ral3 f HADLEY BEOS.
baste it
is a PURE FOOD product,
and we have spared neither
Water bills due April 1st. 30-10t
F. A. Cofvn spent yesterday in New
Castle.-
W. S. G.iar was a Knightstown vis
itor yesterday.
H. U. Johnson was in Indianapolis
yesterday on legal business.
Dr. J. A. Walls was in New Castle
yesterday on a professional visit.
J. D. Snavely returned last evening
from a business trip to Anderson.
Isaac Jeukinson returned last Higl5,t
from Bloomington, where he spent the
day.
P. W. Smith returned last even
ing from a business trip to Fort
Wayne.
Mrs. B. B. Timberlake went ta
Greensfork last night to visit for a
few daj-s.
Hugh Mauzy and John. Link have
returned from Rushville to re-enter
Earlham.
Lillian Carson of New Castle came
yesterday to enter the spring term
at Earlham. . . ,
Mrs. Snodgrass was called to Cin
cinnati yesterday evening by the ill
ness of her sister.
Lafe Beeson, of Jacksonburg, has
purchased west side property and
will soon move here.
Charles Stout of Earlham returned
yesterday evening from Paoli, where
he has bee'i visiting relatives.
Hear Mrs. Clifford Bennett, Cin
cinnati's well known soprano,' at
Musical club Wednesday, April 6th.
Mrs. CILford Bennett, the noted
soprano of Cincinnati, will sing at
Musical el nb next Wednesday even
ing. " Meats, okes, pies, doughnuts, etc.,
etc., for Easter dinner at market held
in Moorman building, near eleventh
and Main. .
The many friends in this city of Mrs.
M. G. Kreuseh, of Cambridge City,
will be pleased to learn that she is
much improved. Her life was de
spaired of for some time.
Miss Eleanor Shinnick, who attends
Glendale College, Ohio, arrived yes
terday evening to spend a few days
with her mother, Mrs. D. B. Shinnick
of south thirteenth street. J 5
Miss Eva Worl of Hagerstown was
Ikere yesterday.
j Donald Bowman of Marion will
spend Sun-lay here.;. ;:.;--. -.
; Charley BradAvay and family are in
the city foa a few' days.
Mrs. Omar Hittle, who has recently
returned from a year's stay in Eu
rope, arrived last night.
Profs. Brown and Evert, two prin
cipals of the Dayton schools are visit
ing the Richmond schools today.
Miss Mai'garet Wilke. who attends
Thane Miller at Cincinnati came last
night to spend Easter in the city.
Mrs. Oran Perry returned to Indi
anapolis last night after a visit with
Miss Salh'e ' Poe, north eleventh
street.
Prof. Mott expects to go to India
napolis tomorrow to attend the South
ern Indiana Teachers' association
meeting.
Aprons, fancy and plain, home
I
made bread, cakes, pies, candies at
Easter market, Commercial club
room, Saturday.
Make the children happy with col
ored eggs and home made candy to be
had at Easter Market in Commercial
Club room Saturday.
Don't forget the Easter Market
and sale Saturday given by the ladies
of south Eighth Street Friends'
ehurch at Commercial Club room.
Mr. W. T. Walker will leave next
Tuesday for Arkansas. Land is sell
ing cheap in that country now, and
any persons wanting to go can secure
low rates.
To Officers and Members of Webb
Lodge, F. & A. M.
You are hereby requested to meet
at Masonie hall at 7 o'clock sharp
Friday evening, April 1st, for the
purpose of voting on an appropria
tion for the relief of a sick member.
O. F. Ward, W. M.
A. W. Hempleman, Secretary.
Spring iamb, 1904 crop, at Schweg
man's. 2t
Decorated cream eggs, all sizes and
good eating at Price's,
31-2t
Special Fares to Winona Lake, Ind.
Account Northern Indiana Teachers'
Association meeting will be in effect
April 6th and 7th via Pennsylvania
Lines. Ask the nearest Ticket Agent
of those lines about fares and time of
trains.
"Where the eye is
the jury thy apparel
is the evidence." I
Hoots
$3.00
ana
$3.50
PETRO-PMCO
ORGANIZED
WITH ALL RICHMOND CAPITAL,
SAVE ONE OP THE STOCK
HOLDERS. CAPITAL STOCK $150,000
All of the Articles Being Manufac
factured in This City, Except
the Soap.
- s
Richmond capitalists have gotten
toegther and organized the Petro
Pine company, under the laws of New
Jersey. The capital stock is placed
at $150,000. Warren B. Crosby, of
the Standard Oil company, is one of
the leading spirits in the movement.
The company will manufacture and
sell Crosby's white tar soap, a very
fine toilet article. They also make
porous plasters, white cool cream and
Petro-Pecroleum ointment for man
and beast.
The following Richmond parties are
stockholders: Warren B. Crosby, A.
C. Lindemuth, Dr. I. S. Harold, Clar
ence H. Kramer, t Horace M. Kramer
and John C. Boone, E. H. Cates and
E. P. Deanison. .
The company is now looking for a
business zoom. : .
OLTIIS
Oxford Officers Aroused by the Tro
phies of a Medical Student.
Oxford, O., March 31. A human
skull and a number of human bones
wrere fouu-i in a little box,' in a pile
of animal bones that had been pur
chased by Lou Conklin, a junk dealer
yesterday. Marshall John Woodruff
and Constable John Moon, investigat
ed and found that Conklin had pur
chased ihe remains of the skeleton
with some other bones and old iron
from Havey Bockover, who had been
Correct Shoes Their Importance
To woman the matter of dress is vitally important. Her standing and
prestige in society depend in a great degree upon Iter dress and personal appear
ance. In that same degree also does the shoe affect woman's dress. No gown,
however handsome, can compensate for an untidy foot. A stylish, perfect
fitting shoe is essential to correct and refined dress.
It is just because this want is perfectly supplied by the "Queen Quality'
Shoe that it finds favor with particular, discriminating women everywhere
a favor so pronounced that its sale already far and away the largest of all
women's shoes in the world is increasing at a marvelous rate.
Your Inspection Invited
We have the sole right of sale of these famous shoes, and we cordially invite
your inspection of the new Spring Styles just received.
Oar assortment includes styles for every ,
occasion and shapes for all types of feet.
To see our exhibit js to see shoe fashions that are absolutely correct for
"Queen Quality" sets the fashions. The "Queen Quality" Shoe fits as no
other shoe has ever fitted. It gives the finishing touch to any costume.
EDWARD J. HUMPE, 807 MAIN
living on '.he Joseph King farm near
Springfield, Ind. It was learned that
several yer.rs ago Frank King, then
a young man, was a student of medi
cine and hadthelskeleton studying
the different parts. He is now a
practicing physician in a town in the
Indiana gas belt. No disposition has
been mads of the little box of bones.
They are piled up at present as old
junk.
HEALTH OFFICE.
Births. Born to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Shera, 1119 north A street, a
girl.
To Mr. r,nd Mrs. William V. Moore,
116 Maple street, a girl.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Schlagle. Mrs. Amanda Schlagle, '
wife of Jas. Schlagle, died this morn
ing at St. Stephen's hospital. The re- !
mains were taken to her home, 30S
Chestnut street. The funeral will
take place Saturday afternoon at 2
o'eloek at the Fifth Street M. E.
church. Interment in Earlham ceme
tery. Reeves. The funeral of James E.
beeves will take place from the fam
ilv residence, 222 north tenth street.
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Inter
ment at Earlham cemetery. Please
r-mit flowers.
RISE IN OHIO.
(By Associated Press.)
Cincinnati, O., March 31. The rain
here for Ihe past twenty-four hours
was 8.6. The heavy rain in the Big
Miami valley and in the Licking val
ley is causing a local rise in the Ohio
river here of one foot. It is still rain
ing. The rainfall up-.the river is not
heavy, so far, and the river is falling
from Pitt-.burg to Portsmouth.
Low Fares to Indianapolis via Penn
sylvania Lines.
April 4thj 5th and 6th, excursion
tickets to Indianapolis, account Indi
ana State Prohibition Convention,
will . be sold via Pennsylvania Lines.
Consult local Ticket Agent of those
lines about time of trains.
Princeton, Ind., March 31. Small
streams are already through the big
fill on the Evansville"and Terre Haute
road, at Hazelton. A break is inevita
ble and untold damage will be done
below.
JOB WORK PROMPTLY DONE
AT THE PALLADIUM.
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f,7
"A Udy bred
dresses her feet be
fore her head,"
Send ,'va your order early for a
fpring lamb roast. We only have a
few and they certainly will go in a
hurry, as they are fine and dandy.
Sehwegman's market. 31-2t
' Price 's for a4 box of nice choco
lates. A loaf of ''Ideal Bread" may look
small to you, but it weighs 2 ounces
more than auy other loaf.
Any kind of pork, sausage and
lard. All our own makes and kill
ing. Sdiwegman's.
2t
People's Exchange
STORAGE Ground floor, sixteenth
and Main. Vera. Smith.
TOR SALE OR TRADE A good
new 8-inch well boring machine and
complete outfit for making water
wells. Have made two wells a day
with a machine like it. Must quit
work on account of age. S. B.
Huddleston, Dublin. 14"ML
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, 80 East
Washington Square, New York, N. Y.
, tf
FOR SAI E -Phaeton, at 123 south'
thirteenil- street. Phone 1015.
29-2t
WANTED- R. W. Nye has arranged
to supply original Perfection Mat
tresses." Richmond people who have
used them 6 to 8 years will give tes
timony. R. W. Nye, 41 south
twelfth street. e-o-d3t
FOR. SALE Old papers for sale at
the Palladium office, 15 cents a
hundred and some thrown in.
FOR SALE Farm of 120 acres, 75
acres cleared; all level; 35 acres
seeded; 20 acres of grain on place;
good barn and shed; small house; 2
miles from town; 50 fruit trees, part
bearing; cheap at $20 per acres. Ad
dress J. J. Sardis Traverse City,
Michigan, Route 1. 31-6t
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LOST Gold brooch set with pearls
and opal. Leave at 121 south thir
teenth street. Phone 1730.
Oxfords
$2.50
and
$3.00
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