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RICHMOND D AIL ST PALLADIUM, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1904.
o O O O OOOOOO ooooooooooo o 01 OI 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 N ,i ' June Bargain Offerings Are No Disappointment Busy Afternoons Tell Their Own Story. $1 Silks for No. 100 Taffeta Ribbon f or . . No. 40 Fancy Ribbons 25c Leather Belts, 12 inch Embroidery, 72 inch unbleached Linen, 72 inch bleached Linen,. ... Special India Linen, 36 inch Percales, Men's 50c" Underwear, . . Men's 25c Underwear, BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. pbos LEE B. NUSBAUM OOOOOOOOOOOxOOOOOOOOOOO o 6 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 Double Stamps at Neff & Nus ba urn's. Double Stamps at Neff and Nus- baum's. Double Stamps at Neff and Nus baum's. s Double Stamps at Neff and Nus- ba urn's. W. Rossiter, carpet layer, phone 1381. Optical goods at Haner's. Mrs. W. S. Hiser's shorthand school. Dr. Park administers gas, 8 north tenth. Lady assistant. tf Miss Leota Winburn left today for Chicago to visit for a time. Mr. Frank Clouds, of the Milton News, was in the city today. Miss Olive S. Pyle of Indianapolis is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Spinning. Geo. Fisher and wife of near Olive Hill are visiting friends at Lvon's station. Horace Iredell and wife left for St. Louis this morning to attend the exposition. Listen! Listen! Do you know that the factories are most of them closing down and that money is tighter and harder to get, but that is the reason why our store is crowded with customers. The peo ple are looking for the Department In Our Grocery Department the trade is as good as ever and people are hungry for the bargains we have for them at all times. Hood's Famous Roasted Coffee, as good as any 20c coffee in the city at 1'J lX 1 1 XUl I HG iVUl ILUL lit j o - v Store, where they save their pennies. 1 13c; two for 25c. Our Leader at 15c rrM i. l :n -i i ( nm. IK 1, C i . This week we have the mill end sale Bleached muslin, worth 8c per yd. at 5c. A No. 1 Unbleaced at 6c, regular 8c goods, and one at Sc that others sell at 10c and 12c. Grecian Voiles in all eoors, just the latest thing for your summer dress suit at 39c yard. Notice our window and see the re per lb. is the talk of our customers Fancy New York Cream Cheese 15c per lb. Granulated Sugar 19 lbs for $1.00. A Sugar 20 lbs for $1.00.. Light C. Sugar as good as A, 21 lbs for $1.00. Gibs, hand picked Navy Beans 25c. Butcher's Lard in 60 lb. tubs, 7V cents pound. Remember Ave give the Trading markably low prices we have for you I Stamps witli all purchases. Goods de- in silk umbrellas and parasols. j hvered to any part of the city. We 45 of those fancy spring tailor - are always willing to take on new ens made suits for men, value from $14 j tomers. "We want you for our next, to $15. We are going to close them Yours for more business, out at $8.25. Do not fail to get one. Both rhoncs. Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday eights. I, IrifMIf MM mm 411-415 MAIN ST. Both Phones ire You Interested in .tic South? Do you care to know of tbe marvel -v.s development no w going on in TheGreat Central South? Of innumerable opportunities for young men or old ones to grow rich1? Do you want to know about rich farming lands, fertile, well located, on a trunk line railroad, which will produce two, three and four crops from the same field each year? Land now to be had at from $3.00 to $5.00 an acre which will be worth from $30.00 to $150.00 within 10 years? About stock raising where the extreme of winter feeding is but six (6) short weeks? Of places where truck growing and fiuit raising yield enormous returns each year? Of a land where you can live out of doors every day in the year? Of opportunities for establishing profitable manufacturing industries; of rich mineral locations, and splendid business openings? If you want to know the details of any or all of these write me. I will gladly advise you fully and truthfully. G. A. PARK, General Immigration and Industrial Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. Mott and daughter, Harriet. of Dayton, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs B. F. Stark yesterday. The Richmond Commandery Knights Templars will confer the Order of Red Cross this evening. Mrs. Rulie Marshall of Chicago is visiting the family of William Smith 215 north fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Porter of Cincinnati spent Sunday with M. Ritchie and wife north fifth street. The best farm in this vicinity t; $40 per acre buys it. Before buy ing a farm apply to Moore, over 6 N. Seventh street. 2-tf Numerous picnic parties were scat tered all along Nolan's Fork yester day. The day was delightful and out ings were much enjoyed. Get your screen doors and windows made, and bicycle repairing and nickle plating done at Brown Dar nell Co.'s, 1022 Main. ll-2t The W. C. T. U. will meet at 921 Main street, tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. Superintendents remember it is the time for quarterly reports. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals, $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbons for all machines, j Tyrell, W. U. Tel, office. Thone 26. i Rev. G. A. Sissel, from Indianapo lis, presiding older, Indiana district, will be with the colored M. E. Mis sion, corner Fourteenth and F streets, on the 1 -J th and loth inst. An invita iton is extended to the public. For sick headache take Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co.; W. II. Sudhoff, 5th and Main St. The W omnn's Home Missionary Society of Grace M. E. church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. M. C. Price. Members should take seven o'clock interurban car. If your health's going wrong, Your breath verv strong, Head aches so you can't see, Go take some Rocky Mountain Tea. A. G. Luken & Co. THE EDBL IG PLAYGROUND RECENTLY PURCHASED THE SCHOOL BOARD. BY TO BE PUT INTO SHAPE Baseball Tiamond Laid Off and the Track Team Graded Other Improvements. The field on twenty-second street recently purchased by the school board for a public plav ground is i. i , i now ueing put into snape tor us BATTLESHIP, . REPORTED SIM FOUR JAPANESE AND TWO RUSSIAN-JAP BATALLION ALSO REPORTED DESTROYED Japs Preparing to Move Southward Russian Loss at New Chwang Eight Hundred. .. ... 1 i y""" u- ' citizen (By Associated Press.) St. Petersburg, .lime 1.1. There is The baseball diamond has been laid i no confirmation of a rumor of a nn- off and the backstop erected. Thelval b.itfle off Port Arth tennis courts will be put in condition for use this week and grading on the track I begun. A regulation croquet ground will be provided for those who delight in that sport and it is probable that match games with teams from out of the city will be played there. A basketball court will also be put in. The grounds are open to the boys and men on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Wednesdays and Fridays being re- was reporetd four Japanese and two Russian battleships were sunk. Nor is the report confirmed of the destruc tion of two Japanese batalions thirtv miles from Hai Cheng. The Japanese (Continued From FIrist Pajcc) a housekeeper. Seven children were the result of their union a follow; J. S. Harris, near Richmond, . . Harris of Campbellstown, Ohio, Jo sephine Coffin, Spiceland, CereMa Gray, Muncie, Olive McFail, Delphi, Ellen Benton, Chester, Fannie. Land. city. Besides these the decea.wd leaves two brothers, B. L. Harm of Greensfork, and Winston E. Harri of Williamsburg, and one sister, Mr. Cerilda Thornburg of Dalton. In early life Mr. Harris joined the United Brethren church and has been a member ever since. Mr. Harris lias been a resident of this city for about twenty-three years Mr. Harris was a man of consider able wealth, was a director in the Union National bank, and a life long Republican. The funeral will occur tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from the house 101 north thirteenth street. Friends served for the girls. Additional time ' anese fleet is cruising daily between will be arranged for if needed when i Toliesen Wan and Kin Chon. - ivviiui OlICCl. A iC uiuwiig against xvuropaiKin ana are invited to call from 7 to 9 this news of the battle may eome at any (evening and from 9 to 11 tomorrow tim' . j morning. Interment will be in Earl- Lhetoo, June 13. A Chinese ham eemeterv t-. , .. ' irom i-etsewo says tue Japanese ap pear to be preparing to move south ward down the Peninsula. The Jap- the work of preparing the ground is completed. The ball diamond, tennis courts and croquet grounds may be engaged in advance up to August 6, free of charge. Players of these or other out door games for which these grounds are adapted are cordially invited to use them. Boys and girls over 12 years of age from any school or from no school, and from any part of the city are equally entitled to come. For the present M. N. C. Heironimus will be in charge and may be found at the grounds on any of the days above mentioned. Applications to reserve the use of any of the courts or fields should be made to him. Man agers of baseball teams, croquet or tennis clubs, etc., are invited to call. Those using the grounds or pivsent as visitors are expected to refrain ikmu jnui.it ne lanqnasre, ruae or mi New Chwang, June 13. A Japan ese force attacked at Pu Lan Tien. They pretended retreat and caught the Russians in ambush inflicting a loss of eight hundred. Russians re treated to Kai Chou and beyond. A force of two thousand Russians pass ed through New Chwang today. One said all troops retreating to Tsai Chou. BUSINESS HOUSES BUBGL4BIZE!) (Continued From First Page.) lor is short $1.25. Windows were either raised or broken in tlio renv r,f For "goodness sake" eat Rich mond Baking Co.'s ' 'original' 1 Ideal Bread. St. Andrew's Picnic. St. Andrew's congregation will hold its school picnic at Jackson's park Wednesday, June 15th. Special cars leave at 9 o'clock; thereafter hourly service on the interurban. Car tickets for sale at Fihe's, Lu ken 's, Steins' and Meyer & Weber's Refreshments, luncheon and all sorts of entertainment on the grounds. All are welcome. 13-2t. PEOPLES EXGHABICE WANTED A big second hand leath er satchel. L. J, Smith, 133 south sixth street. WANTED Small family washings and gents' washings also at 320 S. proper conduct, and from the use of e ?Hi buildincr and an enf ranee rrnined :Rth etroot . , . , ' - - v. v. i miia luijui-fu wiij t; mere , -m i . .i m ne w ns in ins piace i j of business at 10 o'clock and when j he b'l't evervthinir was all rilif. TTe I returned at midnight and found the place ransacked and eighty cents tak en out of the drawer. The men made good their escape and have not been found, although the police are making a desperate eef forr to locate 1 he thief or thieves and bring them to justice. Scully, the tai lor, had an old pair of pants hanging The time limit on ih fiW m,ml,aJul' 111 llie roar of bis tailorshop. In on the runabout and $150 check given ' nG of the P0(jke,s was $1.25. This TIME LIMIT BP For Drawing the Rig and Check (Second Number Now "It." WANTED Good girl for housework at home of Chas. Stetson, 2 miles northeast of Greensfork. A good home and good wages. Address R. R. 1. WANTED Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Private family. Address X care Palladium oflice. WANTED A good girl at 12G north tenth. Good wages, no washing, ironing or baking. (RiciiinniaDsidS SUhecs (Hod.! C lias. H. Feltmaii I othAMain i Geo. W.Deuker RUSSIAN PLUMS. Mr. Sylvester Cook, of Middleboro, this county, has some splendid plum trees of the Russian variety that are very prolific this year. It may be on account of Russians getting scarce because of so many being killed by the Japanese. However, a sample branch on our desk proves conclu sively that Mr. Cook will have pears if all goes well. He says on one tree there will be fifteen bushels at least. Men, we have a fine line of Work SLotp, prictd so Ijw as to make the c.st to you cf little conse-ti-.eice you want a good work s o we have i . t sp 7 ! f j;Ji' i REWARD INCREASED. (By Associated Press.) Fowler, Tnd., June 13. The reward J.1. 1 O iur me capture or 1'errv Sumner, jto $1,000. Officers have gone to Iro quois where a man of Sulner's des cription has been seen nret endino- to ; be insane. awav hv Ihe T?tl ATon cj.w,,.. day night at 0 o'clock. The second Ml" feeulI.v- number 3,125 A is now entitled to the outfit. Any one holding this num ber will please present same to the committee at their earliest conve nience. Mr. Frank Williams sold this ticket to some one early in the contest. If this number is not pre sented within two weeks the third nuumber will be given the outfit. It is reported that a Mr. Emil Tauer, who works for E. G. Hill & Co., holds this number, but this is not correct. Mr. Tauer holds the third number. was removed without an order from hU1' our hands to plow corn BICBMO Won From Portland, 11 to 9. A team from Richmond played the Portland nine yesterday and the col ors of the local players were lowered in defeat. The Richmonds superb playing won them the game, although mail carrier, charged with assaulting I J. , I Cl m pUt "P a hard n siv vnnr old mrl W Un : Ja "Sht- Ifc Avas I and tuck all the ...to . u Ajwvieiiseu ., , , . way mrougn out in tue "iatal sev enth" Richmond crowded in two runs and the lead thus gained could not be overcome. Score Richmond 11, Portland 9. It was rather earlv in the evening for burglaries, and the thieves Avere very bold to continue theiroperations in the same neighborhood without be ing molested. It certainly took some time to go from one building to the other and carry away what booty was found there. The gang must be an organized one. The losses are not srreat in any case, but that is not the fault of the burglars they took all the monev thev found. ARTISTS PROPERTY IMPROVED. Dr. James Charles is remodeling the old George Early homestead at 24 south thirteenth sheet and is mak ing some lie is also placing one of the niee;t 'verandas in the city on the building. " " I't will have cement foundation and Special Kangaroo Lalt Congress shce for founders and if''t floor. shep men. Ill e cut. $1 50 to $2.( 0 Other Work Shoes, in congress, lace, and buckle good wearers, for $1 50 to $2.00. ' mi Hk 11 ! II tf Mt WWTvXWT- I Ilil IIIIII liiiM IIKI9 Iffl III! I H HITIP- ATM B WW mm HI BV MVi. II lUv iltflUUIUUf 1 VI VVW9 II Villi MEET TONIGHT. The city executive committee of the Sunday school association will substantial improvement, U.n " eei "? at th hoIlth hth n ,, . street rriends7 c hureh toin'Wif T?n. orts will be heard from committee appointed to secure homes for dele gates. A good attendance is desired. Reduced Fares to Greencastle via Pennsylvania Lines June 15, 16 and 17, excursion tick ets to Grecncastle, account Indiana state convention, Epworth League, will be sold via Pennsylvania Lines from all ticket stations in Indiana. For information regarding rates, time of trains, etc., call on local ticket agent of these lines. $30.00 to Colorado and Return. Via Chicago, Union Pacific & North western Line. Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, daily throughout the summer. Correspond ingly low rates from all points east. Only one night to Denver from Chi cago. Two fast trains daily. Toxir ist sleepiag cars to Denver daily. Of Indianapolis Attend the Art Ex hibit Yesterday. A company of Indianapolis artists critics and dealers attended the Art Exhibit yesterday. Among them were the following: : Artists R. R. Gruelle, E. R. Sitz man, Mr. Sickler; Mr. Moreland, an art critic, and Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Herman, an art dealer. All express ed themselves well pleased with, the exhibit, which they thought was an especially fine one. This is the sec ond delegation of out-of-town people at the exhibit. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Little Mrs. Elizabeth Little died Sunday evening at her home in Mid diet own, after a long illness at the age of (i2 years. The funeral will take place Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the church in Middleboro. the interment being in Goshen come torv. TO THE FAIR. Willie Decker, Albert Esenmacker, John Lantz and Pen Essenmacker left this morning for St. Louis, where they will "see the Fair." They in tend to. get work if they can. work in the harvest and do general farm work. Good wages. Tom Mertz, Salisbury Road. Both 'phones. 11-tf. WANTED Non-union machinist. Steady work to competent men. Transportation paid. Apply to II. A. Wainwright at Westcott Hotel. FOR RENT-Furnished room. All conveniences. Private entrance, 301 north ninth street. FOR RENT Furnished room; all conveniences. Private entrance, 1326 Main street. 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. LOST-A black silk umbrella at 10th street park. Kindly return to 130G East Main street. Liberal reward. LOST Gentleman's purse contain ing paper money. Reward if re turned to 1036 Main. ll-3t LOST Between south 13th and 20th street, a table cloth and two tray cloths. Return to 2025 north F. STORAGE Ground tioor, sixteenth and Main. Vera Smith. Lucas Coldwater Paint. On walls and ceiling gives much the effect of Irgr iu Taper at much less cost. Any one who can use a brash can apply it successfully. It ds not prevent the use of paper afterward, if dej-irtd. A trial convinces. CALL FOR COLOR CARD. HORNADAYfS , Hardware Store, fhone.K9, 816MainSU