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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1904. St N us Bam nM" s Ready -to -.wean GAR MENTS Entirely new, and at prices that make selling easy & & Ladies' Wool Skirts from $1 75 to $12 Our $5 Walking Skirt is a wonder SEE-US FOR LADIES' SUITS, SHIRT WAISTS, SPRING JACKETS, Etc. We carry a large line. LEE B. NUSBAUM A WORD TO THE HOUSEWIFE. WHICH WILL YOU, HAVE Bread of poor or indifferent quality or do you prefer Richmond Baking Cos " Ideal Bread." In it we use , Just a little more care in selecting materials Just a little more skill in blending the ingredients Just a little more attention paid to the baking Made by an entire new process and made onljr by the Richmond Baking Co. Ask your grocer for it, and if he does not keep it, telephone us, and we will see that your wants are supplied & & & RICHMOND BAKING CO. Red, white and blue label on every loaf. Tags taken from Ideal and Mother's Bread good on tbe free voting coottst. World's Fair, St. Louis Get them exchanged at our office. - Contest closes Sept. 1st. The Richmond Palladium WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1904. LOCAL ITEMS as as 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. S. Hiser's shorthand school. Try the Palladium for job printing. Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha ner's. Mr. and Mrs W. II. Cheesman of Greensfork were in the city yester day. W. L. Dalby is attending the an nual session of the Art League at An derson. Henry Quimby, a former resident of this city, is. visiting friends and relatives here. Arthur Raymond is in the city to day visiting friends en route to his home in Philadelphia. Liford Moore of Columbus O., is the guest of II. II. Sanders and wife of north eighth street. Miss Pearl Napier, daughter of Su perintendent J. B. ' Napier, of the County Infirmary, who has been quite ill for some time, is improving. II. II. Sanders of north eighth street has returned home from High land county, O., where he was called by the serious illness of his sister. Typewriters, all makes, rented, eold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. The fishing parties along the White water yesterday were numerous. There was a fishing pole in use for ev- i cry fish that was caught.'' The young er element was in evidence. SWEET PEAS IN BULK. BURPEE'S. ALSO NASTUR TIUMS. PHONE 292. a!3 ' HADLEY BROS. Water bills due April 1st. 30-10t Mrs. M. T. Knodle has been called to Newark, O., by the illness of her father. Dr. Geo. H. Grant returned this morning from a professional visit to Indianapolis. Miss Louise Purcell has as her guests Louise Arnold and Miss Helen Votaw, of Indianapolis. Thomas MeWhinney of Dayton was in the city yesterday calling on his trade in the millinery line. Mr. A. T. Chapin of Elwood, for merly of this city, made the Palla dium a pleasant call today. Mr. Christy of the C. C. & L. left for Cincinnati this morning on busi ness connected with that road. Miss Amanda Poe, of this city, will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Perry, of Indianapolis for a few days. Mrs. Ii. II. Reynolds of Danville, Ills., will hi the guest of friends and relatives in this city for a few days. The Misses Mame and Elizabeth Xardin, of New Castle, will be the guests of friends in this city for a few days. "Dime Social" for Ladies' Aid Sbr ciety of Grace M. E. church at home of Miss Lindemuth, 120 south fif teenth street. Mrs. John Logan of south twenty first street has returned from Dan ville, 111., and will make Richmond her future home. Mrs. Herbert A. Winslow of St. Louis was the guest of friends in this city for a short time this morning, en route to Columbus, O. James Stout, formerly of this city, was the guest of friends here today. He left this afternoon on a visit to his son, George, who is in business in Columbus, O. t . Two tags taken from Ideal and Mother's bread entitle you to one vote to send your favorite to the St. Louir World's Fair. Get them ex changed for ballots at Richmond Bak ing Co. Don't viet them tell you they have something good. "Ideal Bread" is the peer of them all. E. R. Beatty spent yesterday in Eaton on railroad business. Mrs. Dr. Johnson spent yesterday with Cambridge City, friends,, y A. II. Palmer, of Hagerstown, spent yesterday here on business. Patrick McKinley left last even ing for Logansport on a business trip Mrs. Ballard returned last evening from a short visit in Cambridge City. Fine street hats at Mrs. C. A. Brehm's, 41 north eighth street, from $1.00 un. Mrs. C. E. Alexander and Mrs. A. J. Van Nuys, of Bethel, were shop pig here yesterday. T. Kaufman, who has been visiting for a short time in New Castle, re turned last evening. E. S. Martindale, of Greensfork, Friends spent yesterday with his daughter Miss Ethel Martindale. Mrs. E. R. Beatty, of east Main street, returned - yesterday from a short visit with relatives in Pendle ton. R. N. Hart is sole agent of Hearst 's Chicago American in Richmond. 'Phone 1063B. Yokel manager cir culation. 6-4t Ora Scott, of Eaton, spent yester day here en route to Vermontville. Mich., where he will visit friends for a month. Mr. and Mrs.' J. S. Hughes, who have been visiting their daughter ,Mrs. O. T. Knode left last evening for their home in Chicago. Miss Mabelle Williams, who has EIGHTIETH ANNIVERSARY THE VENERABLE JOSIAH T. WHITE OF SPRING GROVE HAS CELEBRATION. FOURSCORE YEARS shine have been mingled, HOW TO GAIN FLESH But of roses not the thorns he loves ' to tell." There are, loved ones who before have The life : - of food IS; the fat gathered with us, Within it the more fat the That now are lying hushed and still more real benefit from the in death's calm sleep. food; that is why cod liver While we mourn for them, let's ask oil a powerful builder of our Heavenly Father flesh A tender watch o'er all of us thro z tt i r life to keep. , bcott s Emulsion of pure Chorus When grandpa's , birthday cod liver oil Solves the prob comes around each year, m of how to take Cod liver May Heaven smile on him and grand- oil. That IS One reason why ma dear, doctors have been prescrib- May his birthdays be as pleasant and Jng Scott's Emulsion for all wasting diseases, coughs, colds and bronchitis for almost thirty years. One of the inducements . offered in order to substitute ; something else for Scott's j Emulsion is the matter of i cost. You save a few cents 1 at the expense of your health. Easter Sunday was the eightieth w jrnown Man Bedfast With Scott's Emulsion costs more Gather at His Home Spring Grove On Easter Day. in just as full of joy, As in the long, long time ago, when grandpa was a boy. So with this and "God be with you" end 2d the happy Easter time and the glad birthday anniversary. B: I ."SGHULTZ birthday anniversary of Josiah 1 White of Spring Grove. Three chil dren, seven grandchildren and four Rheumatism. W. W. Schultz is ill at his home, on south eleventh street with rheu- . i j " i . i . n iL . - brothers ana sisters-in-iaw xormeu we matism. Mr. Schultz is nearly abso company which gathered at his home lute,y helpless and endures the great in honor of the occasion. Josiah . imnrfnWp. TTis manv J White is youthful indeed for four frienla vprv sftrrv tn hr of his score years. He , enters into life's ilIuess and h for a dy recov. joys and interests as if he were only? . i i mi 11. ' approacmng mannooa. xms venerame i man and his most estimable wife do j Every Healthy Boy not desecrate the Sabbath, so on Sat-;1;,C . . bwif 'in.-. ni.Q nf danger. Hence bruises, strains and sprains. Mother scolds and brings because it does more and does it better than the substitutes. We'll send you a sample free upon request. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York. urday made preparations for the sumptuous Sunday dinner. There been visiting Miss Emma Hough and were delicious odors of roast pork, other relatives in this eitv, returned turkey and their accompaniments. to New York city today. These Avith custards, cakes and pies ,:th flnpr(. ant-t fr(in,iPr,P.: rlrn,..u! Mrs. Will Turner and children re- and fruits, candies, Easter eggs and,- on the seriouess o the ease a i:j i .1 ;c-., 1 P . . ... . . ... out the bottle of Perry Davis Pain killer and rubs it on the injured spots turned Yesterday evening to Ko- Sowers supplied abundant satisfac tion and delight to the guests who komo after a short visit with Mrs. Grottendick, south fifteenth street. Dr. Grant, of this city, was present by invitation at a banquet tendered xi n x 1 t t xt 1 v it, repair to the front veranda. At the the Central Indiana Hospital for the , , , , , . T coav, bedecked with ribbons, which sat about the bounteous board. A most interesting program had been arranged All joined in opening song, then the company were invited to There is nothinor like Painkiller to take out the soreness. There is but one Painkiller, PeiTy D;ivi.:'. 25e. and 50c. Price (2) Insane last ni?ht. WML BICE The Palladium made a mistake in forthwith offered to Josiah and Buried on the Anniversary of the Bat- settinjr up the advertisement for Em- Mary White. They had recently lost tie of Shiloh. mons' Tailoring company yesterday. Tt their valuabIe family cow and it was Washington, April 6. General should have read: "Our best adver- sis?nifieant that on this day another AmericusV. Rice was buried todav, tisement is the clothes we make. Fine should arise. The presentation poem the anniversary of the battle of suits $15 and $18. Emmons Tailoring hv ihp niiP(;r ,nn tPn nf fi,p ,ipfPr. ci,;inli n hn l, wno cannnslv irnn,!. , mination of his parents ."to buy an- company. , other cow to turn upon the clover." A grandson at Earlham learned of ,his grandsire's intention to secure Jo- MUSICAL CLUB TONIGHT. Strenuous Rivalrr. - The members of St. Joseph's Ben ovolpnt. sooipfv and the ladies of Andrew's church are all determined venting Josiah from driving it home, ' Jefferds. 4 l aim Jieujpug uis wom to lei mm ed. Burial at Arlington cemetery. The honorary pall-bearers wrere: Gen. II. V. Boynton, Representative Charles II. Grosvenor, Senator Dick, 0 I'pv Q A good double FRAME HOUSE Good locatio Rents for $30.00 per month TiMDlRT (LIW The Richmond Business College will give seph Moore's Jersey and straightway Col. John McEIroy, Gen. John Beatty, proceeded to interfere. Dear Joseph Judge D. K. Watson, Col. George kindly assisted in the scheme, pre- , Reid, Col. W. R. Warnock and T. L. to secure one ot the nnzes to awarded to those who sell the largest know soon whether he could sell the number of tickets to the "minstrels" Sood animal. Little wonder then to be presented bv the society. Man- when the Proffered gift was first be- ager Fick purchased the prizes yes- heltl that Josiah should excitedly ex- terday, and they are now on exhibi- elaim Mar that's the very tion in the window of Haner's jewelry. sae w , , gjore j A life sketch of the honored host This contest promises to bo a was read also letters from a11 ab" "warm one" and" will attract much sent children and grand and great attention. The Palladium will keep its readers advised as to the stand ing of the contestants. Meanwhile the rehearsals for the minstrels are aro- ing merrily forward and show" will be the result. a tt groat grand ones, even the youngest though but two months old. Mark Jenkins by name, sent his mark. Oliver Wen dall Holmes' poem, "The Boys," so appropriate to the occasion was recit ed; also some beautiful verses bv a Why Take Any Chances with some new and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea, r cramps, dysentery, when yo?", should know that for over half a reniuyt Painkiller has cured millions of cases? Look out for imitations, there is only one genuine, "Perry Davis'." (2) n st r I I I rW Per Cent. Discount Off all tuition during the Summer School, beginning May 2 Send for circulars. BANNS OF MARRIAGE. The banns of marriage of Mr. Ber nard Pardieck of this city and Miss Niekamp of Cincinnati haverbeen an nounced. Mr. Pardieck is one of our AN HONOR. Mr. Isaac Jenkinson has been asked to forward his book, Aaron Burr, to the World's Fair Commis sion to be placed among the books of . other Indiana authors. daughter-in-law, who died the past i best German residents and resides year. His daughter had composed a , with his daughter, Mrs. Ed. Ramler, one stanza of passed away in ' MUSICAL CLUB TONIGHT. song for the day, which is as follows: Many years have Indiana, Since to this loved state our grandpa came to dwell. Joys and sorrows, clouds and sun- on south sixth street. Mrs. Grace Porterfield Polk, of In dianapolis, a former member of the Thursday club, will entertain the club at luncheon and cards in the afternoon on Thursday at the Hotel Westcott. "Ideal Bread" is just like mother used to bake at home; a close grain and substantial. SKRATOB BURTON He Will Go to Jail For Six Months and Pay a $2,500 Fine. (Special to Palladium.) St. Louis, Mo., April 6. Senator Burton was today given a sentence of six months in jail and to pay a fine of $2,500. ' P fTh yffc Th dim u w & -u w vu 9 vsj vu.vuratsajH tt tt The Board of Directors of the LouiMana Purchase Souvenir Coin Company -will set aside an appropriation of ),(-,), which will be presented, in Its entiretv, to the person who sends us a correct esti mate of the KXACT number of paid ad missions to the Louisiana Purchase Im position, which opens at St. Louis April 30th, and closes December 1st. m. Should no one succeed In estimating the exact number, the mnnty will be presented to the one who sends us the nearest correct estimate. This Golden opportunity to secure a magnificent for tune costs JvOTHINO. Our object In making this unprecedented offer is to advertise and promote the sale of our Souvenir Coins of Admission to the WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS, MO. World's Fair. These Souvenir Coins of Admission are of artistic and appropri ate design, are invaluable as mementos of this greatest of all Expositions, and are similar to the Columbian Half Dollar, aside from their intrinsic value. "We will accept them in exchange for regular tickets of admission to the "World's Fair, and for this purpose will maintain a ticket ofllce at tbe main en trance to the Fair Grounds, which will be open every day during the World's Fair period. Everybody vants one of these Souvenirs, but only a limited num ber M ill be offered for sale. Pi ice FO cts. With every Souvfnir Coin of Admission purchased we allow one estimate to be made and filed, of the total number of aid admissions to the Fair. Ko one as any advantage in this contest. . YOU are Just as likely to get the $50.f001n gold as any one. It is all pure luck. Should there be -e than one correct estimate, the $ , will be divided equally be tween 'jss persons making the exact or nearest conect estimates. There may be no ties or dividing of this money; the enormous sum of $.";.10 may be received by one perfon. WHY NOT YOU? The Lucky Winner will be notified the In stant the official announcement of the total number of paid admissions is made by the Louisiana Purchase Expo sition Company. We will also pay all of your expenses to St. Louis and will deliver the $"0,0t0 IN ONE GREAT RAG OF GOLD as soon as you reach this city. The total paid admissions to Chicago World's Fair 21,480,141 Paris, France, Exposi'n, 16,795,167 Pan-American Exposit'n, 5,360,859 DON'T BELAY ! Write Immediately and remember that all you have to do to entitle you to participate In this Intellectual and profitable contest is to enclose CO c -nts for a beautiful, rare and artistic COUPON NO. 718 II i . . ni o n f Notice, Cut out thi. Coupon, write name, address and! LOlTSlTO 1 UFCliaSC bOUVeillT" lOlfl 10. estimate, in ink, mall with So cents to Louisiana Pur-i U'UUV uuu,u,u chase Souvenir Coin Co., St. Louis, Ko. SAINT LOUIS, U. S. A. Name . , " ' Add ress , Cut out this address and paste on the en- City ..." State ::Mv j- r ' rr-p velope you send us. . Estimate is 1 ' ' 1 V " II V i i J I '