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RIOHHONl DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY,-MAY 13, 1904.
nam. I. Bring In your SAVINGS DEPOSIT Pass Books for the entry of your interest credit Over $6,500 in interfSt paid to our Sayings depositors on May 1st Open an account todav aDdV get a sbare of the interest next November. $1 CO starts you. 3 per cent, interest DICKINSON TRUST GO. CAPITAL, $100,000. DEPOSITS, $650,000 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX , who graduates from the P. M. Col- jXlv&' Go to the Christian church and get your supper Saturday evening from 5:30 to 7:30. Only 15c. : x OT"- f-eff.r x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 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. Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha aer's. J. E. Foley was in Cincinnati yesterday. J. B. Gordon went to Cincinnati last night. Harry Myers of Anderson spent 1 Hi SCHOOLS 000000000 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 000000000 o o o pesterday here jusbaum s ""T 0M m T p mm p Elwood McGuire was an Indianapo lis visitor yesterday. John Nicholson spent yesterday in Indianapolis on business. E. R. Beatty returned last evening from a trip to Cincinnati. ' Harry Alford returned last night fro ma trip to Indianapolis. W. S. Kaufman went to New Cas tle this morning on a business trip. Dr. H. II Weist spent yesterday in Cincinnati on professional business. B. F. Wissler has returned from a business trip to Indianapolis. W. L. Torrence went to Blooming- ton, Ind., this morning tor a short O trip. H. M. Elrode left this morning for New Castle where he will visit relatives. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o DEATHS AND FUNERALS Hinshaw. Miss Nellie Hinshaw, aged 19 years, sister of Mrs. Elmer Jenks, of this city, died at her home, two an done-half miles southeast of Williamsburg, yesterday afternoon at fifteen minutes of 4, of a complica tion of diseases. The funeral will leave the house at 10 o'clock Satur day morning, the burial to be at Mt. Zion cemetery. Services at the Methodist church of Williamsburg. Dublin, This County is Among the Number. V."'u. hr. ri':--' vt ns nntnral lutl an?, I'.'-r.i: i.tiui:.v;u-t, jif-adacha and tc:ist.ct.,ii iu c'jf'il f yea tak & fii-i s ..I x'tttrK treats. PEOPLES EXCHANGE A meeting of the State Board, of Education was held in the office of Superintendent of Instruction Cotton WANTED Boys from 16 to 20 and yesterday afternoon. Av number of 7 hustlers for bench hands, cabinet high schools were commissioned, I makers and experienced help in among them Broad Ripple, New Au- cloth covering department. Richmond gusta," Dublin, College Corner, New ; , Casket Co. 6-t Castle, Franklin, Wabash, Hunting- ' " ton, Topeka, Churubusco, North Ver-G ."ANTED At the Eldorado, non. Brookville. Seotsburi. Unland. oieam unary. v 111 pay to o- Pennville, Warren, Gas City, Dana,!Per week for 6 experienced help, Roachdale and Rushville. WEBSTER. Mat tie Witmer is getting better from lung fever. Charley Harris had the French Measles last week. He is now able to be out, but looks bleached. Miss Hannah Borton from Rich mond arrived last Saturday evening to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eber Borton, for a while. Mr. J. H. Clinehens and wife and Mr. C. D. Brown and wife attended Quarterly meeting last Sunday at Williamsburg. Quite a number attended the shows J MABKET We sell the celebrated Topsy Hosiery For Ladies, Misses, Children Also a complete line for Men BOTH PHONES LEE B. NUSBAUM nnooox00000 O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o IS north ninth street. WANTED Two experienced sewers: - - w also two girls to learn dressmak ing. Enquire 1114 Main street, im mediately. ft "My re and meet your neiphbers at the only Department Store in Richmond. Our Busi ness is growing day alttr nay. our uargaiut aic umuj- mu iUt pcujj'c Wc fiatp tlifm ....... Listen to what we are going to give you irom now until Saturday night : The finest of nice large Potatoes, everyone good, $1.20 bu., or 30c peck, Nice crisp Lettuce 2 lbs for 25c. The finest Breakfast Facon by the strip 13c lb. The best Butchers' Lard 10c per lb. Nice crisp Cracker. 5c lb. The best Ginger Snaps to be had, 5c lb. Richmond Cream and Butter Crackers 8c lb, 2 for 15c. Nice large Butter Beans 7c li 4 for 25c. Nine bars of the Famous Swift's Pride Soap 25c. In Our Dry Goods Department we'll save you as much money as we do in our groceries, and that speaks for itself. Tho hpst Linoleums f,Oc oer sn vard. The best Floor Oil Cloth 25c yard. Come ard see us ard let us prove to ou that cah if king. For the cash you can underbuy and f r the cash we cnu undersell. Yours for more business, prompt delivery and couitfous treatment. Trading Stamps with all j urchases without asking for them. mm IlIlD J. T. Elliott, who has been visiting Cincinnati relatives returned home last evening. 0. A. Keplinger returned last night from Fountain City where he has been working. Will Bolander oi Cincinnati was a guest of his brother, Stewart Bo lander yesterday. Miss Florence Gayle went to Mon terey, Ky., this morning for a short visit with relatives there. J. L. Rupe returned last night from Indianapolis where he has been spend ing the past few days. Mrs. C. A. Brehm, 41 north eighth street, will sell all hats at 20 per cent discount Saturday. Go to the Christian church and get your supper feat unlay evening Irom 5:30 to 7:30. Only 15c. Go to the Christian church and get your supper Saturday evening from 5:30 to 7:30. Onlv 15c. See the beautiful line of black in Richmond last week. John Comer from Greenefild is visiting relatives in this place. Quite a number of the farmers are planting corn this week. A large num ber will plant next week. Emil Hillson has moved back to his farm from Cincinnati and is bet ter satisfied with farm life. George Moore has traded his farm for property in Richmond and has moved to it. Mr. Shepman from Richmond who traded with Geo. Moore has moved to his farm in this place. There was an ice cream festival at th M. E. church last Saturday even ing for the benefit of the janitor. POLICE COURT. Howard Harold was arrested Fort Wayne avenue last night suspicion. Ii. W. Ross, taken in at third a Main. Drunk. George B. Swain, arrested J drunk. All were assessed the usual fine on on .or ASCENSION DAY. Richmond Commandery, Knights Templar, will respond to a cordial invitation from the St. Paul's Epis- dress hats at Mrs. C. A. Brehm's, 41 copal church to attend the services north eighth street, at lowest prices, there next Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. H. H. Hadley will Miss Fannie Campbell, who at tends school in Chicago, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Campbell. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines. Tyrell, W. U. Tel. office. 'Phone 26. preach a sermon appropriate to the occasion. WILL NOT BE HERE. Rev. J. F.- Stanton, who was to have responded to a toast at the K. of C. banquet, wires that sickness prevents his coming. He is suf- Mrs. L. C. King of north Si ft Tl i U K if iTuS.j thir- fering from erysipelas. His sister, teenth street, returned home this ate, Jett lor jramule yesterday to mornimr irom Cincinnati where sue .illl-,m 1111,1 111 U1 """ attended the May Festival. Quotations From O. G. Murray's Ex changeClosing Prices Chica go Market. Wheat. July S4 6-8 Sept 79 3-8 Corn. July 48 7-8 Sept. t ..4S 3-S r- Oats. July 38 7-8 Sept. ' 30 7-8 Pork. July 11.25 Sept 11.45 Lard. July 6:42 Spare Ribs. July 6.40 BROKER SUICIDES. (By Associated Press.) Buffalo, N. Y., May 13. A man believed to be a New York broker named Snell drowned himself last night from a Cleveland-Buffalo steamer, near Cleveland. It is said he had lost heavily. COACH EXCURSION. To St. Louis World's Pair During May via Pennsylvania Lines. Tuesdays and Thursdays", May 17th 19th, 24th, 20 th and 31st, Coach Ex cursions to World's Fair St. Louis will be run via Pennsylvania Lines. On these dates excursion tickets to St. Louis will be sold at $7.00 round trip from Richmond, Ind., good only in coaches of train eaving at 5:05 a. m., 10:15 a. m. 1:25 p. m., 10:03 p. m. Returinjr, tickets will be good only in coaches of regular train leav ing St. Louis Union Station any time within seven days, including date of purchase of ticket. Return coupons of tickets sold Tuesdays will be good until the following Monday, inclusive, and those sold Thursdays will be good returning until the fol lowing Wednesday, inclusive. C. W. Elmer, Ticket Agent, Richmond, Ind. LADIES Several vacancies ooen to . complete list, easy sewing for ns at home ; $15 weekly. Addressed en velope for lace sample. Majectic Lace Co., New York. 1 WANTED A good boy at the Rich mond Plating Works. WANTED Gnrl to do housework. No. 29 vovih. sixth street. WANTED Furnished room, central location. Good references. Addresit Box 232 city. ll-3t. ' W ANTED Two good farm hands. Will furnish house. Apply at once.. Tom Mertz, Salisbury road, tf WANTED Washwoman, white pre ferred. Call at 129 south twelfth street. WANTED A good, experienced bi cycle man at Richmond Plating Works, 1024 Main. FOR RENT Well furnished rooms with heat and bath, 64 south 12th street. 9-2w FOR RENT Furnished front room with bath, 1304 east Main. 12-3t FOR RENT Two storage rooms at No. 31 south fifth. Both Phones Home X079; C. U., 13 R. Main. 41X-415 Main St, Hams-BACON-SHOULDERS Fresh Pork Sausage, Iink and Bulk Boiled Ham Frankforts ATJL KINDS OF COLD LUNCH MEATS J LARD The best that can be made. Schwegman's Meat Markets PHONES 359 & 1084 LARD! LARD! LARD! Sick headache results from a dis ordered stomach and is quickly cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. II. Sudoff. fifth and Mm-) 0. E. Dickinson who has been transacting business in Winchester and other cities for a short while, re turned home last evening. Isn't it true that a homely woman knows only half of life's pleasures. Ladies why not take Hollister's ; Rocky Mountain Tea and add the other half. 'Twill do the business. 35 cents, tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Dr. Harold left this morning for Indianapolis where he will attend the graduation exercises of his son, Deaths in Richhmond. Last year there were 1.11 deaths up to the last of May. This year, up to the 13th of May, there have been ICS deaths in Richmond, showing an in crease over last year and the month 01 juay only nan completed as yet. PATENT GRANTED. J. M. Van Meter, of Cambridge City, assignor of two-thirds to C. E. Daily and J. E. Moffett, this A y. has been granted a patent on a fence post. Tickets on the Westcott Runabout and $150 check can be had at any of the cigar stores or saloons, or from any Red Man. Do not wait buy now, you may be the lucky one. Giv en away at the Carnival, Saturday night, May 21. TIME TABLE Dayton & Western Traction Co. (In Effect May 1, 1904.) Leave Richmond for Eaton, West Alexandria, Dayton, Troy, Pique, Sid ney, Lima, Xenia, Springfield, Colum bus, Hamilton and Cincinnati every hour, 7 a. m., to 9 p. m. and 11 p. m. Two Hours to Dayton Leave Richmond for New Paris ev ery hour, 6 a. m., to 6 p. m. Last through car east of West Al exandria, ) p. m. Through rates and through tickets to all points. All entirely new cars, clean, com fortable and swift. For further in formation call Home 'Phone 269. FOR SALE The old Governor Mor ton homestead at Centerville. In quire at the premises. 10-Gt. fOR SALE Old papers for sale ai the Palladium office, 15 cents hundred and some thrown in. LOST Lap duster, yellowish in col- down north 14th to north A to Sutt down north 14th to north O to Sun Telegram office. Leave at that office. LOST Strayed, or stolen two little tiger kittens. Return to 1703 Main street. LOST On Tuesday evening, May 3, somewhere on Liberty pike, lady's leather satchel containing a small purse with a sum of money, a cuff button and some other articles. The finder will please leave at Knol Ienberg's store, Richmond; Union County Bank, Liberty; at the gro cery at Smithfield, or at residence of Bennett Wolting, near Clifton, and be rewarded. Everybody should eat the famous "Ideal Bread." LOST Small silver watch and chat elaine pin and short gold chain either on north eighth or north sev enth street, or north D street. Re turn to 312 north eighth street or phone 172. LOST Scotch Collie pup named Roy, color, dark yellow wTith white breast, white feet, collar and tail tip. Reward if returned to M. A. Kielhorn's millinery store. STORAGE Ground fioor, sixteenth and Main. Vera Smith. Quality our "motto" it is found in Ideal and Mother's bread. Try the Palladium for job printing. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooo I VI xnn m 1BC3S TOM STORE SATURDAY AND MONDAY o o o o o o g 5 O Ladies' MuslinSUnderwear, Men's, Boys', Ladies' Misses'. Children's and Infants' Knit Underwear. Rugs, Mattings. Linoleums- O. Oil Cloths, Lace Curtains and Draperies. Ladies' Furnishings. Everything contained in the Store O at Dissolution Sale Prices. Come early, come late. O o oooooooooooooooooooooooo oo ooooobooooocooooooopooo ooooooooooo ooooooooooo