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EICmiOUD DAILY PALLADIUM, U ATXJHDAY XIOHITIXIG, DZCEIB EH 10, 1S04.
H ave You Seen Bonnie Oaks? They Good Ones1 $5.00 To! ; $11.00 Johnson & Roland, Bet. 5th andth, on'Main. IN MARKET I 7 1 v f Holly, Moss and Mistletoe Pnt in an Appearance. As the holidays approach the local market receives daily some new ar ticle pertaining to this season. Thursday holly, moss and other deco rations were received and come from the Southern States. The approach of the holidays, in consistent as it' may seem, has little noticeable effect on the staples. Al though there is the usual increase in the volume of trade it is generally the fancy class of stuff, that has been neglected heretofore, that receives the calls at the approach of the glad some season. Bananas are coming into the mar ket with considerable profusion. At certain places an excellent quality of fruit is purchasable at "ten cents per dozen. The reduction is believed to be consistent, by commission men, inasmuch as the crop will not war rant the maintenance of high prices. Stored fruit will be rushed on the Christmas market tending to level the price to a moderate figure, it is said. Things are moving slowly, com- mission men say, except tnat tnere is a very pronounced demand for fine fruit and fancy stuffs that will prob ably be prepared for holiday edibles. The importation of fancy stuffs is greater at this time than any other period of the year. Do You Suffer From Rheumatism? ross as two sticks or an old man with a sore toe, is an expression often used to describe a grump, grouchy, I-hate-nryself-kind- of-persan but we are not that kind. A way to be rid of it SO that Jt Uave enjoyed the doubtful pleasure of a sore to for many weeks, never naa a "speu o' temper" m all tnat time, and will be back in Rich mond next week, good humored as ever and will inaugurate a "Just be- Would you like to place yourself m fore the Holidays' Clearance Sale" and will name nrices tW -;n mai-a the hanas ot a corp of specialists who competitors go way back and sit down by the stove. All the customers won't come back will be at our store. Meanwhile these prices prevail: .80c Rheumatism, Sciatica. Lumbago, Neu- 1 T t xLI 1 t," :uJr" J:Z"rZ 1 ss' rlour 80C Cranberries not 10 & 1214. but....8c nartment that will take hold of vour luldlws' "uc ,oc ousaei, dui....ouc r resn ouniry cutter, not but Z0c . - - - J I T 1 1 ". 4 . case, in the master way that only ex- ,dluwin or greening Apples .... oc o lbs. rsavy IJeans, oc less than perts can. JNio physician can give youMresii country r,ggs not 1:9, but..Z7c others 25c better treatment, no doctor can give 6 lbs. Dried Peas, think of this..25c California Hams, Dry Salt. Pick- you muic cuubcienuous auenuon. r'anev Kansas Patent. Flour 7Se Pnrt in,. n f ,. ... I - - - "v - - we arc prepared to ten you now you can be entirely freed from Rheumatism Pearson's rresh Pork received daily Tenderloin, Backbones, Spareribs. or any trouble coming from Uric acid, and also to tell you how you may pre- I vent its ever returning. Send four cents for treatise "Rheu matism Its Cause and Cure" and full particulars. Athlophoros Co., New Haven, Conn. If your druggist doesn't sell it, let us know. A FEW DRY GOODS SPECIALS. : McNeill & Porterfield Siyk 2mUty Smoking jackets We have a large supply of Men's Smoking jackets just in. They are a double faced material in a variety of shades and mixtures. Brown, Green, Blue Taking the lead. To the wearer they insure Sufferers from sciatica should not hesitate to use Chamberlain s Pain Balm. The prompt relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost. For sale by A. G. Lu- ken & Co. At the same time possessing an elegance, with shawl col lar, turn back cuffs and spacious pockets, all finished with silk cords, fastened with silk loops. Our supply is complete, containing all sizes from 34 to 44. Any woman may be proud to give one for a Christmas Present. Any man may be pleased to receive such a gift. $500 A PIECE CAMBRIDGE CITY. After the roll call meeting of the K. of P. lodge Thursday night, a very pleasant surprise was given the gentlemen by their wives and fam ilies, coming in on them with a dain ty lunch which was spread and the evening was spent in cards and dancing. Mrs. M. Conoway and daughter, Mrs. Ed Doyle, will leave lor the East in a few weeks. The M. E. Sunday school is ar- ranging ior a very nice unsniuaa entertainment. Lew Iingalls is papering and paint ing his restaurant. Mrs. Harry Miller returned to Knightstown on Thursday. Charles Rhinehart, who is well known here, died at his home near Siicnr Grovw. Fridav nisrht. after a , o 7 " - - ' long illness. Mrs. Charles Clawson visited with friends in Newcastle Friday. Mrs. Virginia Meredith is enter- tflininer a rjartv of friends trom O A r Richmond and Muncie. Fred Boxley was in Lewisville on business on Friday. George Doll will visit with friends -r-r . i i T1 1 Al- in riuntintrton ana raion over iue holidays. The Farmers' Institute will be held at the Masonic opera house in February. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bowmaster and IT STRIKES the popular favor namely, to-wit the coal we furnish summer andawin ter for cooking and heating. T hre' s Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boden will visi no secret about it. We simply supply in Tipton over Sunday, Bupcriur uvtu aii top minimum market price, ard as xpt ditiously as our teams can haul it from our yard to your door. The reader of this card may not be a customer of ours we'd like mm to be, to his own advantage. J. H- pJctike, Home Phone 762 Bell Phone 435-R. 102-104 FT. WAYNE AVE. Christmas Dress Skirts just ar iust th thine- for School Dress- rived, 75c value, next three es, 2oc value for 13c days 48c Bnv will begiven a chance on the beau- Toys. Tovs, Toys of all kinds for boys and girls, all prices for 5 cents up. Call in and see the line east side. 6 pieces of beautiful Dress Plaids, tiful dressed doll on exhibition in West Windows; given away Christ mas eve one chance with every doll sold. REAL F.TATF DEALERS :q O LOOK TOR NEXT WEEKS SPECIAL ADS. The Mel Department Store 4x1-4x5 Main St. Bo tli Phones R. R. R. Lunch Room. Order Now for H olid Gif ts O O O o o o THE NEW BOOK "THE INSTRUMENT TUNED" By Rose BlrchlHltt Price 75c. Limited edition In white and goia fi.uu. xurougD any newsdealer or Broadway Publishing Co., 835 Broadway ,!New York. FJHE'S PHARMACY. If yon want quality In rnbber'goods, Hot Water Bottles, Founaitn Syringes or a Combination Water and Fountain Douche, We carry no second quality to offer at a cut price. We can give you anything you want in the Rubber line. Strictly nothing shoddy at LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY; 830 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES. E B. GROSVENOR. MVI. D. SPECIALIST. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ScientificnGlass Fitting Walter Waddell was in Cincinnati a few davs this week on business. Joe Graves, of Dublin, was in this city 011 business Friday. It is reported that a new grocery will be opened in the Dashler build ing. Miss Blanch Patterson is the guest of Centerville friends. J. C. Dodson was in Mileon on business Friday. Hall Brothers report the opening of their new store at Losantsville as a success. Mr. Cunningham has moved his family to Richmond, where they will spend the winter and later go to Pittsburg. Mrs. Bond has moved in to the house she purchased of Mr. Cunningham on Capital Hill. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ot 199 and part 198 E. Starr's ad dition N. 10th street; 5,595.30. Mary J. Cunningham to Emma C Prices' add. Richmond, S. 15th St. $650. Minnie G. Martin and others to August and George Taube part lots 21 and 39 Jeremiah Coxes add. Rich mond, Ft. Wayne Avenue; $1650... George M. Mettert to E. E. Nichol son and wife part section 22, Clay township, 3 acres ;$7C0. Emma S. Jackson to Samuel F. Morris out lot 2 Milton; $500. Rebecca Lowry to Samuel F. Mor ris and wife part out lot 1 Milton; $60. John T. Pyle to Zebulon B. Pyle, part section 28, Franklin township; $1,600. John H. Kepler, Admr. to James W. Stone part section 8, Jackson township, 40 acres; $2,413.60. Thomas R. Jessu "V to Perry M. Jackson, part section 26 Tayne town ship, 80 acres; $2,000. Jacob V. Hoffman to Orange D Hall and wife lot 8, block 4 and part lot 7, block 4, Dublin; $1,275. Martha H. Haines and others to Mattie E. Krom part section 33, Cen ter township, 80 acres; $3,200. Charles H. Hanes and others to Mattie E. Krom part section 33, cen- ter township, 40 acres; $1,000. Richard Smith sheriff, to Reuben anu xrea o. rona, diocks J-t ana x( j- Cambridge City; $3,000. Ida Eliza Cutter to John S. Hiatt and others part lot 143 J. Smith's add. Richmond, south 2nd street; $2,000. Ellen Williams to William E. Wil Hams, part section 28, also lots 1, 8, 9. and 16 Economy; $4,000. Henry T. Burns to Daniel C. Cra nor and wife lot 81 Mendenhall and Bertsch part lot 407, E. Starr's add. Richmond, N. 73th St.; ..600. Thornton Freeman to Sarah A. Freeman part section 23, New Gar den township, 14 acres; $450. Matilda E. Deitrich to Wilbert A and Carl Bertch lot 7 Centerville $125. Henry Johanning to Patrick Dulin lot 9 C. H. Coffin's add. Richmond, S. 12th St.; $1,020. 5.littleps(,bly ehissiets (D5u90r : oooooooao :oooooooo o o o o o o o o o 825 NORTH E ST. L M. HAYS- Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS OOOOOOOOCOIIOOOOOOOO in; in mil in in i',n in hum himii FCLL WEIGHT, PREE-FROH-DIRT C O Ij yon buy from FOSLER & CO. Give them an order and be convinced." Both Phones 115. 5x2 N. A st M"M 1 1 I I I IvI"I"H"I"H"H"H"H-I"I "ImIm. (XKHMMK'MMKMMXXlCMXXtXXXXXKX' 'MXXXXKXKMXMK'NXKXXMKKKMItllMff TAKE Theodore M. McClellan to Ruth Ann Ratliff lot 14, block 4 C. T. Price's addition to Richmond, south thirteenth street; $3,000. Edward O. Paul and others to Is aiah Fricker and wife, part section 29, Jackson township; $13,320. Elizabeth Kamp to Elsworth R. Hunt and wife lot 13 J. Mattis' ad dition to Richmond, S. 9th street; $2,000. Richard Smith, sheriff, to Rich mond Loan and Cavings Association Cruiser St. Louis Launched. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 10. The cruiser St. Louis will be launched here today at the shipyards of Nea fle & Levy. The ceremony was wit nessed by a large and enthusiastic crowd. Unusual interest attaches to the St. Louis because of the attempt made to destroy the ship by fee late in October. The flames were soon dis covered, but not, however, until they had done $30,000 worth of damage. NU-TRI-OLA "Makes You New All Over." For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. t It is easy to get money of n Perhaps yon are in a tight place and don't know where to ge the money to tide yon over. We'll advance you the money you need on your household goods, piano, team, fixtures etc., without removal, or on a diamond when left in our pos session, or on your salary if you have a permanent position rl: a reliable firm. Low rates, easy payments and air treatmint is o ur motto. "We make loans in Cambridge City, Richmond, Dublin, Hilton, Centerville, Eaton, and New Paris, and if you cannot call at our office, write or telephone us and our agent will call on you. Here are seme of the terms of our weekly payment plan, allowing yon fifty weeks in which to pay off your loan: 60cis a weekly payment on a $25 loan. fl.20ia a weekly payment on a 50 loan. $2.40 is a weekly payment on a $100 loan. You can get 'any other amount for the same time at the same pro portion, Call on us when you need money. Applications by mail ortelephore receive our prompt attention. RietfotrcrDaDnntiO (LdDSiini gDo Established 1895. II 031 Bid XXXXXXXMXKXK)t KMMKXXKMXMMIffMWMIIMIIIIKmtKwM'iHC'OflBMMiUHK All CoallLooks Alike - To You, bnt compare the last ton yon bongbt somewhere else and the first ton you buy from us, and you will see a difference. You will note that it lasts longer, that it burns brighter, that it gives more heat, and produces more dean ashes, than any coal you ever bought before atthe same price. v Hackman, Klehfoth Co. Phom 219 413 The Palladium! lor JOB WGI1