RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1904.
SELLING OF HIGH
Continues with utmost favor,
Never in our history lias a sale
created such unbounded enthusiasm.
Many, beautiful Tailored Suits
each bearing the stamp of elegance
The exclusiveness and individuali
ty of each garmment .alone appeals
to the eyes of the most fastidious
and stylish dresser.'
Remarkable -facts demonstrated
the first two days of the sale that
these beautiful garments to be had
at almost wholesale cost.
Rale continues until every suit is
No Expense Fund
Dickinson Trust Co.
3 per cent, allowed on saving deposits
bUSTANDD 1 RTj
When you want anything of have anything to sell send it to the
Palladium: One-half cent a word, for all ads that anybody derives
profit from." Otherwise notices will be free. Xothing t inserted for less
ten cents, and no notice taken unless accompanied by cash.
AVAXTED Situation by experienc
. ed colored cook. Call 610" Main.
; "NVAXTKD To trade an organ for a
violin. , Inquire, of Sherman
Iirown, corner Xorth Twelfth and
. B .streets. .
SHEARS and razors ground ' and
honc at Champion Mills' engine
room. Same old grinder.
-,. -- ,j. X. :
HIGHEST cash price for old and
new feathers; we have feathers
cleaned by new washing , process.
Drop jwstal 1G8 Ridge a ve. O' .'.
SAWS gummed and filed at Cliani-
WANTED -Everybody to consult FOR SALE Pure bred Poland Chi
II Milton Elrode before buying na pigs.' Call on A. H; Pyle, Mid
insurance. Room No. 3, Vaughan dleboro pike, 21-2 miles north of
WANTED People to phone 21 if
the boy happens to miss you. We
will appreciate it.
WANTED A- roll top ; desk ; ad-
rWnsfm-, Tnd.. box 20.
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'WANTED An experienced sriil for '". heating stove, cheap, in good or
houseworlc. Enquire at74 S. 17th dor; burns wood or gas. 310
street' -' J South Eleventh street. .
If you want
place your order
ivlth - -
Mather Bros. Co. i
W'AXTKD A good girl to .lo work
in kitchen and dining-room, 43 S.
EXCHANGED Dunlap stilt bait,
last night at Masonic hall. Re
turn to J. If. Menke, Ft. Wayne
WANTED All painters who are
willing to donate their services .for
a day or a half day, to report at
Union Mission, north 14th street,
for second coat work.
for SALE My residence, 22 N.
14th St., Wm. L. Thornburgh.
EOlt SALE lady's blue coat suit;
- good as new, size 34. 2S XTorth
I -K?nin street.
Richmond. Phone S05C.
FOK SALE One steel oven cooking
stove almost new at Xo 103 S.
VOli SALE-Ladies' shoes "No. 1
i -2" at 1410 X. II. St. 10-4t
FOll SALE A round sheet iron
FOR SALE Five room frame house
Inquire at S30 Main street or
FOR SALE A good two story
brick house, water and gas, at 420
South Tenth street, on easy pay
ments. Inquire at 420 South Elev
FOR SALE Walnut bed room set,
carpets, mattings and other house
hold articles. Call between S and
12 a. m. 23 South Eleventh street.
FOR SALE Bookcase, good as new
and cheap. Call at 814 North D
street. ' '- :- '
FOR RENT Half double house, in
sood condition for $G per month,
at 234 S. W. 2d street. Phone
' 107S. . lS-tf.
FOR RENT Four room house .in
cluding fruit and virarden ground,
one mile from town 1S04 N. F.
j street. ' . . 20-2t
ROR RENT To a responsible party
a 7-room brick house, 1-1-2
square south of court house. In
quire at 110 North Fifth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, bath
and heat, 43 North Sixth street.
FOR RENT A modern flat, central
location. Phono 70 or 1425. 19-2
FOR RENT Half of house, all con
veniences, 234 S. W Third street,
FOR RENT Five room house, cor
ner of Boyer and Sherman; 3
rooms, 317 South Fourth. Phone
FOR RENT A new stable.
132 South Third street.
LOST OR STRAYED.
LOST OR STRAYED A brown
pointer dog, with collar, reward
for return. Benj. F. ITarris.
LOST Two small yellow memoran
dum or account books. Finder
please leave at 4S Wabinjrton
avenue, or the Riclu.uond Baking
Co.'s office and get n-wnnl.
LOST -Pocket book in South Elev
enth or Main streets. Fimler may
keep money, bur kimlly return the
oeketbjok t Palladium office.
LOST Set of ,iark colored furs,
either at Coliseum '..or on Main be
tween Seventh ami Ninth streets.
Finder return to Palladium office
and receive reward.
LOST A rubber top robe, address
1202 KidtiV St. Howard if returned
LOST--A black fur boa with tails;
reward if returned to 207 S. 12th
On making a
small deposit we
any article ycu
wish until Christmas
t " MTfn
nnmiFS only a 8
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Buy now while you cn at your own pricft. We still have many choice goods left,
all to be sold to the highest bidder, rpgard nf cost or valup. Here are a few
prices the way goods are being gold :
Best nickel clocks, wor h $1, go at 30c
J 847, also Wm. Rogers' teaspoons, worth $2.50, go
at 70c per set of six
Solid gold A. O. Waterman fountain pen, worth $4,
$4 50 Rogers' table spoons go at $1.35
Fine silver 4-piece tea sets, worth $22, at $6.50
Gold fancy clocks, worth $4, go at $1.60 v
Cut glass salt and peppers, worth $2.50, go at 65c
Gold watches, worth $28.50, go at $12
Come and see
Wholesale and RetailJewaier 704
Ideal Bread for brains and muscle.
Drs. Pierce and Chenowetb, Den
tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh
and Main, third floor. Phono 1637.
Mr. W. II. Cheesman of Olive Hill
was in the city yesterday.
Dr. Park for high class dentistry,
3 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant
Take the Dayton & Western cars
to the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now
Lest You Forget, we say it yet,
Eat "Ideal Bread" and be satisfied.
New cornmeal and buckwheat
ilour at ' the Richmond elevator.
Look' for . the red, white and. blue
tajr. Those patriotic colors aiv the
signal of purity and strength found
in Ideal Bread.
A Liuly l:;:il!r and nerve strenglh-
... ..... ..Ml I!.n,1 tt
t'utr -. i v iMv.ii Justin.
Charlie Bl.iir -nt to Lebanon, O.,
yesterday and will return tomorrow.
Mrs. llattie Heist, was in the city
Saturday from Milton.
Typewriters, all makes, rented,
sold. Rentals $3 to $3 per month.
Repairs and ribbon for all machines.
Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 20.
Snow Flake corn meai made by
Richmond Elevator. Phone 1402.
Warner Anthony Ross in Enoch
Arden at Grace church, November
Feed grinding done promptly at
Richmond Elevator, Corner 18th
and north F streets. Phone 1492.
For "Goodness ouke" eat "Ideal
Don't fail to hear the rendition of
Enoch Arden at Grace church, No-1
Snow Flake corn meal for sale at
Don't do without polo news. If
the boy happens to miss you please
phone 21, and we will appreciate it.
Tbe rendition of Enoch Arden by
"Warner Anthony lioss will occur
Xovember 21. 17-.t
Sr., or phone 07;J.
FOU SALE A feather bed god as
new. Call at. "S Liberty AVe.
LOST Pocket boik brown with
silver trimmings, on 0 o'clock inter
urban coming from west. Ke-
turn to interurban station and re
for yourself. This sale is absolutely without
commences at 2:30 ; evening sale at 7:30
Many Men Are
Sttphr-TilnrJi Smart Clothe
who would consider themselves unfortunate if they could
not get theni every season. There must be a good reason
for this. Good judges of clothing will tell you it lies in the
three STEIN-BLOCH words: Fit, Stylo and Quality.
By Style, we mean the fashion of today, not yesterday.
By Fit, we mean clothes that will make you look
better than you do now.
By Quality, we mean woolen fabrics from the best.
domestic and foreign looms,
by skilled use. isio " mercerized cottons ever enter our-
'Try these clothes on.
This is the Stein-Bloch
Sold exclusively by
Messrs, Oonnon, Krone, Enslebert,
Pdickwedel, Crowell, Peek and Web
er are back from South I lend where
they attended the Municipal Lea
Mr. J. P. Deardorf is visiting in
Campbellstown tod ay.
Mr. Clarence Miller was over from
Cambridge Citv vesterdav on busi-
Do you want a good little farm
with many advantages. Call on J.
F. Moore, over 0 north seventh St.
Attend public sale of household
kitchen furniture, clothing, Ktc, Xo.
2S north 10th St., Monday, Xov 21st,
at 2 p. m. Mrs. C. W. Page. T. IL
Warner Anthony Ross, Reading
Enoch Arden, Strauss Musical Set
tings, Anna Lee Reagan at the pi
ano, (iraco M. E. church Monday
evening, Xov. 21. Tickets 25c. On
sale by the members of the church
and at Ross' Drug Store.
"NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN"
BUY STOVES AT JONES HARD
MOST ANY THING YOU WANT
AT JONES HARDWARE CO.
MODEL ctoitn e.
HORT TIME LONGE
$7.50 3-pkce toilet :scts gaat:$2.75- ;v
Elegant 8-inch cut glass bowlsi wiorth $ 1 0l50, at $3,75
$5.00 solid gold rings go at $1.75 to $2.25
Hand-painted china plates, yases, etc., worth $5.00,
go' at $1.50 to $2.00 '
Silver butter dishes, cake stands, fruit, dishes, etc., go.
at 25c and 35c on the dollar f .
- --1 71:.; ',
Cuff buttons, brooch pins, necklaces, watch chains-,
charms, etc., go as low as 20c and
25c on the dollar
S u z c
and materials tested and tried
We will not ask you to buy.
Cash Meat Market
The Best Meats!
The Lowest Prices!
Our own make kettle
rendered lard 3 lbs for, 25c
Fresh Side pork, per lb 10c
Best cuts Pork, per lb. 12i
Fresh Pork or link Sau
sage lb .. . 10c
Genuine Smoked Sau
sage, lb m
Choice cut Beef Roast
per lb............... 10c
Beef to boil, lb.... .8 to 10c
All kinds smoked meats, Poultry
(Joods delivered to all parts of
the city. Please give us a call.
CASH MEAT MARKET.
321 Main St., Opp. Court House.
Our Guarantee goes
with every piece we
sell J -
Positively no goods
as so r to ; p., P. A r m e r
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