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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904.
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We have bought the entire stock of T. J. Newby. Must be sold in the next 30 days at our si ore room, 510 Main bt.
iip8H0E8 FOR A 80NG. The Prices are Cut all over the house. ;
q One lot men's shoes, $1.50 grade, at . . ... ... . . 75c
O One lot men's shoes, worth $1.50, at ........... $1.00
O All our men's dress shoes, worth $1.75, at. . . . t . - SI ,24
: q Men's vtct kid shoes, worth $2.00, at .... $1.50
O O16 lQt boys' shoes, worth $1.50, at ... ? 75c
O Boys' Shoes, worth $1.75, at. ..... : $1.25
TaAw' Shoes, broken lot. worth $1.50, at 48 C
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One lot ladies' oxfords, black and tan, worth $J 25, at 48 C
All our $2 ladies' kid lace shoes go at . . . $1.48
A job lot misses' shoes go at 49 C
Child's shoes, worth 75c, go at 34c
Baby Shoes at 1 10c, 25c and 50c
Ladies' iOc Hose lie; Misses' 10c Hose 7Jc
Child's 10c Hose 7k
Remember the Place and Number
Anvone not satisfied with their bargain can have their money refunded O
by applying at the detk in our store. J ( - q
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Lundborgs Perfumes, 20c an oz., 10c for 1-2 oz.t
worth 50c an oz.
Men's 25c rubber collars for 15c
Gent's 15c sancy hose, 10c or 3 pair for 25c
25 dozen Ladies' 50c fancy hose, 35c or 3 pair $1
50 dozen Ladies' 15: fancy hose, 10c or 3 pair 25c
Fancy Pillow Handkerchiefs, including Indian heads,
worth 10c, Saturday for 6c
100 dozen lace edge handkerchiefs, less than the
price of the lace, see front case, only 5c
100 Ladies' Umbrellas, taffeta silk with elegant
handles. Umbrellas in this loc worth up to
$1.50. For Saturday 95c
BOTH
PHONES
LEE B. NUSBAUM
The Richmond Palladium
FRIDAY APRIL 22, 1904.
WE SELX PEEKLESS PATTERNS.
LOCAL ITEMS
Optical goods at Haner's.
The staff of life, "Ideal Bread."
Eye glass changed at Haner's.
Dr. W. A. Park for dentistry, tf
Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shorthand school.
Try the Palladium for job printing.
Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha-aer's.
J. D. Snavely was in Logansport
yesterday on business.
Hon. "William Dudley Foulke is in
the city today.
John M. Westcott spent yesterday
in Indianapolis on business.
Rev. J. F. Mattingly is spending
the afternoon in Cambridge City.
Mr. and Mrs. Nesbit and Mr. and
Mrs. Dodd returned to Xenia yester
day, i
Asa Uhl returned last night from
a business trip to Anderson and Mark
leville. Harry Land returned home today
after a week's business trip to Min
neapolis. See Neff & Nusbaum's west win
dow for cut prices on Douglass and
Terhune shoes. 11-tf
Personal and
Social
BY
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WAKRKN
CLEMEXTS.
SOCIAL CALENDAR.
Friday.
P
fo.w$.W
rooms.
Aftermath holds its social meeting
with Mrs. W. H. Campbell.
Ladies' Aid Society of Grace M. E.
church gives an afternoon social.
Evening "Whist Club meets.
Saturday.
Open church meeting at South
Eighth Street Friends' church.
Dance I. O. O. F. hall.
club
ARTHDRJILLMS
Former Richmond Boy Visiting in the
City.
Arthur Williams, once a Palladium
reporter, gave this office a pleasant
call today. He is in the city visiting
his sister, Mrs. Dr. Angle nee (Helen
Williams V. Mr. Williams is thr tainn
ju umv a, j '
small number of relatives and inti- J01'y ieilow ne ws in tne days
The Thursday afternoon Whist Sne by when a W in this city. He
Club was delightfully entertained , is now a theatrican man and will be
yesterday afternoon at the home of in Cincinnati next week in Sherlock
Mrs. Lou Emmons, dn south eighth Holmes. He will then tour the south,
street. Whist, played at five tables, 0n beinS told of the new order of
was the feature of the afternoon andjEaSles here Mr- Williams remarked
at the close of the games prizes were , that he was one of tte original six
awarded to Mrs. Fred Lemon and ' men who started the organization at
Mrs. Braxton Carpenter. A lisrht Seattle, Washington, and was also its
I luncheon was daintily served. The secretary.
There were no attendants and only a
guests of the club were Mrs. Braxton
Carpenter, of Hagerstown and Miss
Mrs. Sol Fox and Mrs. George Fox
were
For Brain and Body
OLA
ontA
"Get the Habit"
Red, white and blue label on every loaf.
For sale by all grocers.
Made only by
Richmond
Baking
The banns for the approaching
weddim? of Dr. M. F. Vereker. of
Kitchel and Miss Josephine Weiden
er, a popular teacher in the ashing- UOOn from 2 to 5 at the hrome of
ton township schools were published ,.s. Sol Fox, on south fifteenth
for the second time Sunday at St. ' street, for a linen shower in honor of
Bridget's church. j Miss Cora Eggemeyer, whose engage-
Dr. Vereker is the special corres- ment to Mr. Fred Bartel has been an-
pondeht of the Palladium at Kitchel j n0unced. The afternoon was spent in
and botli young people have a large
number of friends in this city.
Mr. Williams is look
ing well and apparently prosperous.
A Palladium representative asked
about his brother, Homer, and was in
formed that he was the chief travel
ling inspector of the Wisconsin Car
the hostesses vesterdav af ter-1 Service Association and was doinj
splendidly.
People's Exchange
STORAGE Ground
and Main. Vein
floor, sixteenth
Smith.
meyer, Lee Nusbaum, Richard Moore,
Will Eggemeyer, Edward Crivel, Wil
liam Seeker, Albert Rost, John Mar
shall, Fdgar Henley, Henry Hieger,
The card party given last evening
in the K. C. club rooms was one of
the most enjoyable social affairs of
the season. Besides a large number
of Knights and their ladies several
guests fro mthis and other cities were
Mrs. J. H. Kepley of East German- present. The evening was pleasantly Frank Haner. John Eggemever, Mrs
town was in the city yesterday the sPent at euchre, played at eighteen ( Clark and Will Bartel; Misses Cora
guest of friends. tables and the first Prizes were won , Egeemever, Esther Besselman, Jessie
Af. A WeW Farmer of b-v Mrs- James Balfe and Patrick . Fox and Ada Fox.
-, . A1 jKinsella, the consolations falling to
Am r .- 1 h - mi rtof" e at i Irian TM 7 o I
Miss Whitley, of Williamsburg and
Patrick Flat ley. The hostesses for mate friends were present. After the
I the evening were Mrs. J. S. Fitzgib- ceremony a wedding supper was serv-
bons and Mrs. A. Moorman. After the el at the home ot the groom's parent?
games light refreshments were served on RO"tn tourteenth street.
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a social manner and at tne close or oaud-a uew u-mumc aiw
the afternoon a dainty luncheon was ericanized Cyclopedia Britannica.
served. The guests who were the Inquire at Palladium office. It's a
members of the Dorcas Society, were bargain for some one.
as follows: Mesdames Georere Mash-
Florida are the guests of Adrian Mc
Pherson and family.
Miss Hazel Fisher returned to
Cambridge City yesterday after
spending the day here.
Harold Kapp returned to Cincin
nati last evening after a short visit
He formerly lived here.
Mr. and Mrs. M.?E. Bates of Lib
erty are the guests-of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Ratliff, of Liberty.
and the remainder of the evening was
spent in dancing. !
Mrs. May Wright Sewall received
informally yesterday in honor
of Miss Janet Scudder. of Terre
Will Roberts and E. Davis return- IIaute an(1 Migg Caroline Foulke of
TOR SALE Old papers for sale al
the Palladium office, 15 cents
hundred and some thrown in.
LOST A library book. Please re
turn to Mr. Gray at Knollenberg's
or the librarv.
HOUSES WANTED If you have
centrally located houses to sell re
port to Wm. Runpert, 41 soutl;
tenth street. I have buyers.
20-2t.
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M Inkle
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ON FIRE, at the COLISEUM
Wednesday Evening, April 27,
Burning of Baltimore
One Of the World's Greatest Fires, his subject. It is history
related by a poet, incident, the most pathetic, seen through the
eyes of a humorist:
Wednesday Ev'ng
APRIL 27;
Reserved Seats 50c. Seats on sale at The
Westcott Pharmacy Apnl 23.
ed to Chicago this morning after a
short visit with local relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fosdick return
ed to Liberty yesterday after a short
visit with Mr. and 'Mrs. J. S. Iredell.
Rev. and Mrs. JM. Bramkamp re
turned to Cineinnat,yesterday even
ing after attending ;vthe wedding of
their son.
The State Board of the Methodist
Hospital and Deaconess Home meet
today in Indianapolis. Mrs. L. H.
Bunyan went over this morning
Typewriters, all makes, rented,
sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month,
Repairs and ribbons for all machines.
Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26.
effl
Admission 35c.
DEATHS AND FUNERAL
Juday Crystal, the 18 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ju
day, died at their home No. 324 south
ninth street, hursday at 1 p. m., of
consumption. The remains will be ta
ken to Eldorado, O., aturday morning
for interment. Friends will be'wel
come to call this evening. ,
London, April 22. A dispatch to
the Central News from St. Peters
burg says it is reported by the Japan
ese that a force was landed near New
Chwang. ;.( r ' ,
Job work promptly done at the Pal
ladium. "
Richomnd. Miss Scudder is a sculo-
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tor of note and will leave soon for
Europe to continue her studies in art
under Frederick MaeMonnips. thfi
famous sculptor. Indianapolis Jour
nal. . ..' . .;
1
The Tliursday Afternoon Thimble
Club held its closing meeting of the
Lawrence Schatz.O..-6 shrdl cm wfy
year yesterday at the home of Miss
Laura Schatz, on south thriteenth
street. There were quite a number of
members present, together with
guests of the club. The afternoon
was pleasantly spent in needlework
and in social conversation. This was
the last meeting of the year's series
and at the close the club adjourned
until next fall. The meetings of the
club during the past winter have
proved very enjoyable to all the mem
bers and the season has been quite
successful.
1.
The Uffo-Iaro Club was entertained
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. George Sudhoff on south eighth
street. A large number of the mem
bers were present and spent an en
joyable afternoon at euchre. At tho
close of the game prizes were award
ed and a luncheon .was served.
- Elmer -Unthhnk aad Miss Bertha
Bunger were married last evening: at
the First Baptist 'feburch, Rev. Addi
son Parker perf orming the . ceremony.
Both young people are well knowp
and have the best wishes of a large
number of friends. Mr. Unthank is
a clerk in the C. C. & L. office at Cin
cinnati, and Miss Bunqrer is a young
dressmaker. Mi, and Mrs. Unthank
left on a wedding trip last night and
will reside in Cincinnati.
The engagement of Miss Cora Egg
emeyer and Mr. Fred Bartel has been
announced.
The Thursday Social held a de
lightful meeting yesterday afternoon
with Mrs. Frank Macke, on south
seventh. The guests spent the after
noon at euchre, played at four tables.
Refreshments were served at the close
of the-, ffames.
WANTED 6 extra hands to repair
water damage on farm. Bring yor
rubber boots. Tom Mertz. Both
phones. No. 103.
FOR RENT Furnished front room
with light, heat and bath for gm
tlemen, 27 south eighth st. 21-2t
Ideal Bread is a perfect brain food-
You get one pound and one eighth
of the finest bread jou ever ate if you
buy "Ideal."
CAHBMDGE CITY
FOR SALE Or will trade a Colum
bus buggy in fine condition for a
good horse. Address F. J. Golding,
Singer sewing machine office, fifth
and Main. 1
RANGE SALE
I7c a Dozen
Saturday only
Miss Beulah Guyton visited her
sister, Mrs. Sidney Brown in Dublin
last night.
Mr. Murray oT Dayton, O., will
visit relatives here over Sunday.
Mrs. Blanche Goldie of Dublin was
in this city yesterday morning.
Mrs. Roy Coneland is visiting
friends and relatives in Greensfork ;
this week.
Don Petrp made a business trip to
Richmond yesterday,
. Mrs. Mary Delany, aged, about 90 new lQt Qf flfle
years, died, at her home here yester-, '
day morning. ..3; Funeral services will White Mackerel
be held tomorrow morning at the Try one pound of our 80c Blend Coffee
Catholic church. , i Our coffees are always fresh roasted.
TUT w1no nfrt-hnAravillfl was We buy ereen and have; it; roasted
Mt A ft W V f - 'V-' V --' mmW "
transactingvbusiness in-; this jcity th-i
day.
Strawberries 15c short
quart, 20c lull measure
A fresh shipment Saturday afternoon .
nice for Sunday.
Home-made Bread
and L,ayer Cake
Baked Ham, etc-
when needed.
Fhoaes 8C3 XOdlCT DroO,
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