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The daily palladium. [volume] (Richmond, Ind.) 1904-1905, June 01, 1904, Image 8

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Special Sale
Thursday and Friday.
j FIFTY DOZEN fine Sproughtal
Table Covers and Dresser Scarfs,
bought at a ridiculously low price.
Our bargaining means bargains
for you. See them displayed in j
east window j & & jfi jfi
25 DOZ. of these, worth $1.00,
$ 1 .25 and $ J .50 (see east window)
J go for 47c
j 25 DOZ, of these, worth 50c, 75c j
and $1 (see east window) 23c
Remember those prices
for two days only
BOTH
PHONES
LEE B.
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Has unequalled facilities ior investing
the funds of trust estates
G2DcCiDQDS(iD!mYrasft(aD. !
Acts as executor, administrator, guar- 1
dian, receiver, etc., on a strictly
business basis.
IRlDGMCaOKllD)
COR. EIGHTH
Clias. II. Feltman.
Here are four specials :
Extra nice Oxford, hand turned,
easily worth $3.00, at
Hand turned Oxfords, patent
tip, a $2.50 (9 ft ft
value for only IbiUU
The Ideal Patent
Kid Oxford for
$2.00
THE CROWDS ARE
STILL COMING
To the Model Department Store to secure the many bargains that we are offering.
With our Skirt and Suit Sale we are more than pleased, and the discount
that we are still oflering will continue for the balance of this week.
Special For Wednesday Only
Ladies, come and secure the bargains we are going to give you iu Hosiery
and Underwear.
We have the latest and best quality of Linoleums to be found in the city sold
This week we offer yon the best
"Regal" brand, the best bargain that has ever oecn offered in your city. Largest
size only $3.(59.
Iii Our Grocery Department
Our trade is growing more than we ever dreamed.
List to the bargains for Wednesday The fine st of Michigan solid Potatoes,
$1,20 bu. Nice new Triumph Potatoes, $1.(55 bu.
V, Six lbs hand picked Navy Peans for 2Gc.
19 lbs Granulated Sugar for $1. 20 lbs A Sugar $1. 21 lbsC Sugar $1.
Hood's famous bulk Coffee, the same for which other stotes get 15c and 20c
goes at 18c lb, two for 25c. '
One 5-lb sack Table Salt 4c, 7 for 25c.
LRD! LARD!! We have over 4, 000 lbs of the famous Butchers' Kettle
Rendered Lard, and we will offer you that for Wednesday only in 60 lb tubs, 74c.
Nice, sweet, fresh Couniry butter l(c lb.
Do not fail to get your order in tonight or early in the morning and thus
avoid dtlay in getting your goods.
Store open Tuesday, Fiiday and Saturday evenings.
TIieMODBL DEPARTM8NT ST
411-415 MAIN ST. Both Phones
j.
8. brumley Bills Distributed-
Phone 3!2 So. 7.m WORK GUARANTEED RATES REASONABLE
. B. PEICE
TIM Crova ltd Srilg Work. TEX COLONIAL.
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Thursday and Friday
NUSBAUM
SMOE ISO.
AND MAIN
Geo. W. Deuker.
SPECIAL IN
Ladies' Oxfords
OUR line of Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords
includes the famous
Krippendorf & Dlltmaim
m?ke the best ever.
patent tip O E ft
4.3U
Ideal kid, welt,
dull kid top, high
Cuban heel shoe
Style of a $5
Shoe for ....
$3.50
bargains in Smyrna Rugs. The famous '
Dentist
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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM,
ILOGAL ITEM Si
W. Kossiter, carpet layer, phone 1331.
Optical goods at-Haner's.
Eye glasses changed at Haner's.
Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shorthand school.
Spectacles correctly fitted at Ha
ner's. J. C. Mills, of Dublin, was here
yesterday.
Milton Craighead was in Columbus
yesterday.
Roy Brown, of Liberty, was here
last night.
Dudley Cates, of Greensfork, is
here today. . . .
Miss Blanche Kerr, of Greensfork,
is here today.
J. T. Elliott returned this morn
ing from Newcastle.
W. A. Bradford, of the C, C. &
L., was here yesterday.
C. A. Skepsted went to Cincinnati
today to spend the day.
"Wilfred Jessup left yesterday for
a trip to Evansville, Ind.
Miss Lona Halderman, of Ilagers
town, is visiting here today.
W. B. Wood returned today from a
business trip to Logan sport.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Smith and fam
ily are visiting in New Castle.
Albert Reed Avent to New York
this morning for a short trip.
Mrs. Sutton returned yesterday
from a visit in Fountain City.
S. C. Whitesell returned from a
few days visit in Hagerstown.
Mrs. B. B. Timberlake returned to
day from a visit in St. Louis.
Orville Comer has returned from a
visit with his sister in Chicago.
Kay K. Shiveley went to Dayton
yesterday on a short business trip.
Dr. Park, the only one price den
tist in Richmond, 8 north tenth st.
Edwin Emrick, of Indianapolis,
formerly of this city, is visiting here.
Miss Ethel Martindale returned
this morning from a visit in Greens
fork. Frank Worthington of Ft. Wayne,
formerly of Richmond is , visiting
here.
Mrs. Frank Feldman returned to
Dayton after a visit with relatives
here.
Mrs. Gephardt of New Castle is
visiting relatives in this city at pres
ent. Mrs. M. J. Stebbin of Kokomo is
the guest of Richmond relatives for
two days.
Mr. Shepherd of the C. C. & L.
moved his household goods to Cincin
nati today.
FA Cates returned this morning
from New York, where he has been
on business.
Ham- Starr, who has been in the
oast for a few days, returned home
this morning.
Miss Laura Johnson went to Cin-.
cinnati yesterday to visit her sister
for a few days.
Walter Henley of Pittsburg, for
merly of this city, was here yestenla.
visiting his mother.
Mrs. Miles Bland, of Cleveland, ar
rived this morning to visit her father,
Mr. J. B. Craighead.
Mrs. C. M. Hamilton and daughter
are the guests of New Castle rela
tives for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cecil left yes
terday for Muncie where they will
make their future home.
Mrs. Gablemann and Mrs. Ham
mert returned last evening to Cin
cinnati after a visit here.
James Murdock of Lafayette, re
turned home yesterday after a short
business stay in this city.
Mesdames Will and George Spen
cer of Muncie are the guests of Mrs.
Boyd of south eighteenth street.
Mrs. Nardin returned yesterday'
from Dayton en route to New Castle.
She is a former resident of this city.
Mrs. Elizabeth Deardorff returned
from Hagerstown where she has been
visiting relatives for the past few
days.
Mrs. Tibbets of Indianapolis, for
merly of this city is the guest of
Mrs. Frank McCunly of north A
st ret.
Elmer Toler and wife have gone to
St. Louis to take in the fair. Mr. To
ler 's brother will look after the busi
ness during his absence.
Typewriters, all makes, rented,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1904.
sold. Rentals, . $3 to $5 ,'Der , month.
Repairs and ribbons fors all machines.
Tyrell, W. U. Tel, office. Phone 20.!
Miss Anna Belle Wheeler of Mays
ville, Ky., arrived this evening to vis
it her sister, Mrs. W. S. Gayle.
James Gayle cashier of the bank
at New Liberty, Kentucky, who has
been visiting his brother W. S. Gayle
Dr. Lyons left last night for Steu
benville, Ohio. From there he will
go to Pittsburgh, where he will be
joined by other delegates and the
party will proceed to Europe.
HAYES Ml
AFTER BEING ASSOCIATED
WITH IT THIRTY-TWO
YEARS.
FIRST NAT' L OFFICIALS
Pass Resolutions and Make "Mr. My
rick a Substantial Present.
About a month ago Mr. Reuben
My rick resigned his position in the
First National bank of this city. The
directors were loth to accept the res
ignation and asked him to continue
in service for a month longer at least.
This Mr. Myrick consented to do, and
the month expired last night and to
day the board accepted the resigna
tion. The action of Mr. Myrick is of
his own volition and was not only
not thought of but never considered
for a minute. The directors at their
meeting expressed regret at Mr. My
rick 's action and commended him foi
the excellent service he has rendered
the institution during the thirty-two
years he has been connected with it
Mr. Myrick 's resignation cause?
some shifting of help in the bank. Miv
Calvert takes Mr. Myrick 's place for
a while and Mr. Frank Taylor of the
Greensfork bank, came to the First
National today.
The bank officials have only the
kindliest feelings for Mr. Myrick. He
is not only a competent accountant
but one of the most affable of gentle
men. Mr. Myrick 's future occupation
has not been determined upon as yet.
as he desires to take a rest from bus
iness cares for a time. As a token
of appreciatiton the directors passed
suitable resolutions and also made
his a yery substantial present.
II THIS CITY
(Continued From First Page.)
hurried 'into the house u;u fne son
went up stairs and found his fathei
dead, and lying in a pool of iiis own
blood.
The family were beside themsidvo
with excitement and at once called
Coroner Markley. He made a thor
ough investigation from which he de
duced the following facts: Kelley
was drinking and despondent and
having trouble as he stated to his
family went up stairs for the pur
pose of taking his own life which hi
did successfully. He held 1h? revolve i
in his left hand, with the muz;le
placed in the left ear. The bullet
took an upward course and passed
out through the top of his head. From
an indenture in the center of m?
forehead he made an attempt to
shoot himself through th-i brain, bu
the bullet missed its mark and went
in another direction.
Jacob Kelley was an employe ol
the city working about the streets
He was a soldier and a member ot
Sol Meredith Post G. A. R. He leave;
a Avife and seven children.
The suicide, like all such affairs, i
deplorable. When not in liquor the
deceased was kind and considerate,
and provided for his family as best
lie could. The family have the sympa
thy of their many friends in theii
hour of affliction.
Running like mad down the street
dumping the ,occupants, or a hundred
other accidents, are every day occur
rences. It behooves everybody to
have a reliable Salve handy and
there's none as good as Bucklen's
Arnica Salved Burns, Cuts, " Sores,
Eczema and Piles, disappear quickly
under its soothing effect. 25c at A'
G. Luken & Co.'s drug store.
REUBEN MYRICK
ANOTHER
SUICIDE
in nn
uiriiuif,; uf
THE PANHANDLE
RAILROAD HAVE FORMED A
BALL LEAGUE WITH RICH
MOND TEAM IN IT
LIST OF THE CITIES
That Comprise the League First
Game of Series Saturday
Richmond's Lineup.
The employes of the Pennsylvania
Lines west have formed a baseball
league, the teams being composed of
the clerks, telegraphers, and all mem
bers of the office force primarily. The
local employes have accepted an in
vitation to join this league, which in
cludes Chicago, Logansport, Rich,
mond, Pittsburg, Columbus, and Dei:
nison, O. The first game of the sea
son will be played at Earlham Satur
day next between the Richmond
team and the Logansport team and
the game promises to be a "hoi" oik
in more ways than one. The Rich
mond team has been practicing stead
ily for several days and have attain
ed, according to their ideas, a high
state of proficiency. The game with
Easthaven a few days ago resulted
unsatisfactorily, it being marred by
several unpleasant incidents, such as
the mobbing of the umpire, etc. The
Richmond players expect that a
great crowd will be present and they
are confident that the spectators will
jret their money's worth.
Lineup of Richmond:
Paul.
Penery.
Haseltine.
Rockhill.
Davison.
Clark.
Wilson.
Meyers.
Emery.
Rethmever.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Timberlake The time of the funer
al of Benjamin Timberlake, whose
death is mentioned elsewhere, will be
announced tomorrow.
Kelley The funeral of Jacob Kel
ley will be Thursday afternoon from
the home at 2 o'clock. Interment at
Earlham.
Shute Samuel W. Shute died this
morning of erysipelas of the face, at
the age of 62 years. The funeral will
be from what is known as the Stoaks'
home about one mile west of the city
on Friday afternoon at 2:30. Inter
ment at Earlham.
Kolde The funeral of Albert Kolde
took place yesterday morning at f
o'clock from St. Andrew's church
and was largely attended. Rev. F. A.
Roell officiated. The pallbearers were
Edw. Balling, Wm. Stolle, Lawrence
Reddinghouse, John Epping, George
Torbeck and Frank Taube. Interment
at St. Andrew's cemetery.
WHITEWATER.
Quite a number from this place at
tended memorial exercises at Goshen
and Spartansburg Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Jones and
family of New Madison were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hyde
Monday.
A few from this place attended the
County Sunday School convention
which was held at Greensfork last
Wednesday and Thursday and report
ed a good time. Those present from
this place were Mrs. W. B. Barton,
Jessie Blose, Emory Stephenson, Miss
Myrtle Addleman, Joseph Blose, Zona
Graves, Emma Curtis and Kenith
Bast on.
Ceo. Cook was in our community
Thursday representing Jones Hard
ware company o fRichmond.
Mrs. Jerry Jordan was the guest
of Mrs. Susan Jordan last Wednes
day. Albert Freeman moved his family
here from Richmond last week.
Clarence Addleman transacted bus
iness in Union City Thursday.
Rev. Willis Cunningham will fill
his regular appointment at Chester
Saturday evening, Sunday and Sun
day evening.
Mrs. Lizzie Arthur of Bethel and
Mr. Frederick White of Union City,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
Pple Sunday.
Memorial exercises were largely at
tended vat this place Monday.
MM TIT
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HOW'S THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollaw Re
ward , for any' cafe of . Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall V Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin
ancially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists
Toledo, Ohio. " ' '
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent ifcee. Price 75c
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
PEOPLES EXCHftHGE
WANTED A big second hand leath
er satchel. L. J, Smith, 13S south
sixth street.
WANTED Tw 3 onergetie men to
work in Richmond. Steady posi
tion. Good chance for advancement.
Address P. O. Box 3:3. 31-Jt
FOR RENT-Furnished room f oi i
rent with all conveniences, 27 south
eighth street. 31-2t
FOR SALE Cheap, a good Palladi
um route. Call at this office. (
FOR SALE-Good Palladium route
in central part of town. Call at
Palladium office.
vnt? c a r r f - i. i- ii
wjv .jiui.. jl iiau;., new Vvhuti
tire phaeton. Call at 40 s mth
eighteenth street. 'M-.h
TOR SALE Old papers for sale at
the Palladium office, 15 cents t
hundred and some thrown in.
STORAGE Ground noor, sixteenti
and Main. Vera Smith.
QENNETT THEATRE
O. G. Murray. Lessee. Manager
Wednesday, June i.
Matinee and Night.
G. A. WEGE7ARTH
Presents the Crack Organization
THE FIRST
IMPERIAL
Marine Band
OF GERMANY
Under the management of
GEO. N. LOOMIS
i (Erste Kaiserliclie Meer Schauspiel Kap
i pelle aus Deutschland) .
' There have been Italian, Canadian and
' British Bands here, but
This Band is different.
Forty Teutons. Forty Big Instruments
; of Foreign Make. Forty Picked MuMclans,
each n Virtuoso.
The irector Iferr Louis Klndermann,
j is a veilinbh' Hercules, standing fi feet 8
; Inches. The entire 40 are magnificent speci
i mens of tiermnn manhood." Baltimore
I sun, the day of the arrival of the hand in
tt is country.
PIMCKS-Matinee, box seats 7."c; balance
; house oe; children under r 25c Evening,
, Lower lioor, tirst i rows and box seats $i on;
i balance 75c; balcony 7-"c an i foe; gallery L'c
i Sale of seats opens at Nixon's Confection-"
; ery, tw Main, Monday, May:k.
The Quality You Want
You may not be able to jndgev
meats but we are. We'll tell
you which is good and why it is
JS TT. til 11 .
right kind.
We provide the Best Meats
sold anywhere. "We are just as
anxious for good meats as you
and our experience protects you.
P. J. MILES.
929 Alain St.
POLICE COURT. i
Onlv two drunks were brought hfX.
fore Mayor Zimmerman this morning
Both were fluou. ' ' 1
The Ladies of Fifth Street M.
elmrch will, run an excursion to Pay
to SOOn. r - ; l-3t.
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