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BIOHUOlfD DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY HORNING, DECEMBER 13," 1904.
; Attend J ; BIGHT SCHOOL : At the Business College. ft MONEY TO LOAN. 5 find 6 per cent. Interest FIRE INSURANCE la the leading companies. Managers for the EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of New York. TteO.B.FnlgbamAg-cyT1,eSclneite H. HILTON I BoomS I O. B. ELROOE I V angban Bldg I FULCHAU What is Looked FOR in high 'grade laundry work is always found in that done by - Richmond - Steam Laundry Goods are made absolutely clean, and are beautifully finished. We use the best cleansing agents and as theyare free from destructive action, goods are not worn out. We invite a trial order. . It will result In satisfaction. . Carpet cleaning a specialty. D.W.Walters, Prop. 19 Main Street. Phones 151. AND SUPPERS Visit the NEW CEDAR SPRINGS HOTEL on the line of the V 1 Dayton & Western The home of health giving -NAVAHOE WATER. An ideal place for a winter evening's entertainment. Music for dances supplied free for parties of 30 or more. Write E.?!rH. MORRILL, JR., G. P. A., No. 11 No. Jeffersont. Dayton, O., for party rates. 0 WINTER DiCES u If- It is our business to loan money in any amount from $1 to $6000 on any kind of security, for any length of time. Having a large cap ital of oar own money, we do not need to ask anyone as to wden o m how we shall loan it, but we can do so on any terms and for any length of time we desire. Eighteen years banking experience renders us capable of giving jou almost an immediate arswer as to whether or not we can make you a loan. We seldom feel the necessity of any inquiry at all. but when it is made, it is invariably made as a bank. By securing a loan in this manner, you do not have the annoyance of yout neighbors knowing that you are borrowing money, but can be 6ure of absolute secrecy in the matter. Our large capital enables us to loan at a much lower rate than that usually charge d by loan com panies, and you know it is to your interest to get a loan wherever you can get it tne cheapest, the same as in buying anything. For in stance, ii there is a sale on granulated sugar, where" you can buy 21 lbs for a dollar instead of 18 lbs regular, there is where you buy your sugar. Why not be just as careful about saving money when you are in need of a temporary loan ? If we get our money out, the price mast bring the business, so if you get a loan from us, it will prove a , great money saver to you. Call and let us explain our methods. If you cannot call, write or phone us, and our agent will call on you; . 5b ladiaaa Loan Co. Home Phone 1341I Rooms 40-41, 3d floor. Colonial Building:. J. ZEYEN : Merc ha n t No. 516 D The oldest and most reliable tailor establishment J in the city. Guarantee every garment made Prices to suit the times. Net? Pall Otocfe Received. Table Corn Meal i Custom Grinding a specialty linage's J Pancake Flour -.. ; ' J. RUNGE & CO.: Phone 60 16 S. 7th St. 4- DE-OPENED Carriage . :j Factory ! Has re-opened' at 47 N. 8th Sth p Repairing, painting and rubber! "I" tiring a specialty. fr New work made to order. ?l"H--r-l--!'-X"t"l"H"I"l"l"H WEIGHTED The man who is the slave of rent is unfortunate and unwise. My plan to buying real estate will relieve the nnnression and von can soon have LT L your house paid for. I have large or small houses, attractive farms, or whatever you may desire. T. R. WOODHURST. OR. laFRAIICO'S Safe, fpMdy regulator ; 25 cent. Druggists or maS Booklet free. DR. LaXHAJCO. PhiladelDhl. J, Last Chance to Visit World's Fair.. Excursion Every Day of Closing Week. Pennsylvania Short Lines. December 1st the World's Great est Exposition closes. Excursions are run daily to St. Louis this closing week. Cent-a-mile coach excursion tickets also sold daily except Novem" ber 26th. For particulars consult Pennsylvania Lines Ticket Agents. . & BRO. Tailors : Main St. UMTS Quotations From O. G. Murray's Ex changeClosing Prices Chica go Market. T7heat. December 1.07 May 1.10 Oonu 1.07 1.0938 4758 443s 2838 30 12.32 12.65 December 47 May 44 Oats. December 28 May 30y2 Pork. January 12.50 May 12.82 Lard. January 6.87 May 7.10 6.89 6.75 Receipts, hogs 35,000; left over, 5,155; prospects, 5 and 10c higher; light, 4.00 to 4.55; mixed, 4.35 to 4.60; heavy, 4.35 to 4.62y2; rough, 4.35 to 4.45. Receipts, cattle 30,000; steady. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Prices. (Paid by VTm. Hffl.) Wheat, $1.10, 60 lbs. No. 3, red $1.03, 58 lbs. New corn, 48c per bu. No. 2, 60 lbs., (shelled) to bushel 50c per bushel. Timothy, new baled $10. Clover, baled $7 to $8. Clover, loose, $7. Clover seed, $6 to $8 per bu. Rye, 80c per bu. New Oats, 30c per bu. Straw $6. Meats at Retail Maher & Hadley Meat Market. Roast pork, 12 1-2 to 15c. Veal, 10 to 20c lb. New lard 8c b. Smoked ham, 12 to 25c lb. Poultry, 15 to 16 c per lb. Fresh sausage, 12 l-2c per lb. . Lamb, 12 ttf 20c per lb. Smoked sausage, 12 l-2c lb. Beefstake, 15c. Beef, 6 to 15c per lb. Fresh pork, 15c per lb. Chuck roast, 10 to 12 l-2c per lk Beef to boil, 8 to 10c per lb. Pork chops, 12 to 15c per lb. Country Produce, (Furnished by the Ideal Grocery.) Eggs, 27c dozen. Butter, creamery 27c lb.; country 18c to 20c per lb. Turkeys, 15c per lb. Young chickens, dressed, 12c lb. Retail Prices (Prices Paid by the Ideal Grocery.) Maple syrup, $1.25 gallon. Honey, 20c lb. Dates, 10c per lb. Hickory nuts, 15c quarter peck. Red Beets, 25c p. Lemons, 25c. , Apples, 65 to $1.Q0 bu. Cabbage, 2c lb. Celery, 5c a bunch. Dressed chicken, 18c lb. Eggs, 30c dozen. Potatoes, 60c per bushel. Malaga grapes, 20c lb. Country butter, 23c Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 40c pk. Eating Pears, 25c pk. Cranberries, 10c . Maple sugar, 15c a lb. Clain chowder, 25c per can. CJam boullion, 25c a bottle. Figs, 15e per lb. Lettuce 15c lb. Bananas, 10 to 20c per dozen. Cal. Oranges, 25 to 30c doz. Potatoes, 15c peck Popcorn 5c lb. Spanish onions, 5c lb. Richmond Livestock. By J. H. Lichtenfels. Hogs, top heavy, 4 l-2c lb. Hogs, 400 lbs., common and rough, 3V&C to 4c per lb. Choice butcher steers, 4 to 4 l-2c per lb. Lambs, 5c lb. Startling Evidence. Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in, declaring Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds to be un equaled. A recent expression from T. J. McFarland, Bentonville, Va., serves as example. He writes: "I had Bronchitis for three years and doc tored all the time without being ben efitted. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and a - few bottles wholly cured me." Equally ffeetive in curing all Inns and hroat troubles. Consumption, Pneu monia and 6rip. Guaranteed by A G. Luken & Co. druggist. Trial bottle free, regular sizes 50c and $L00 . XtlAS TRADE ON IN EARNEST RICHMOND THOROUGHFARES PRESENT BUSY SCENE STORES VERY ATTRACTIVE With Gifts For Everybody Many Country People in Town. Christmas shopping began in ear nest yesterday, and all day, from early morning until closing hours last evening, the stores were crowded with a merry, happy throng, all seeking some article for a Christmas ift. All the stores were full from the clothing and dry goods depart ments to the top counters, and a ceaseless throng made its way, look ing, pricing and buying, lhe mer chants say their receipts were better yesterday than they have been any day for months, and more people were in their stores.' As yet the full Christmas trade has not begun, but everybody realizes that the time for gifts is almost at hand. The merchants are beginning to place their displays of holiday goods and wares in the windows. For the last several nights curtains have been drawn, with the lights turned on full in the stores, and the next morning an entire changed appearance would greet the customers. As if by magic the old goods, which had been on the counters and shelves for several days disappeared to make room for the newer and more attractive Christmas stocks. The windows have also been decorated and although several chan ges in the displays will probably be made before Christmas eve, the first supplies are now to be seen. Many lights and bright colors can be seen everywhere. On Saturday the streets were fillec with people all day. During the day time many people from the country were in town and visited the stores Most oi them bought at least one present while many purchased many articles. In the evening until nearly 10 o'clock, the residents of the city crowded the streets and stores. Porbably one of the most frequ ented places this year is the jewelry stores. The jewelers have laid in special supply of Christmas goods and say that so tar this year more jewelry is being purchased for Christ mas gifts than ever before. In the finer grades of goods diamonds are very popular, although one article is being purchased nearly as much as another. A representative of one o the largest firms in the city stated that a specialty was being made of a very beautiful line of brooiMies Lamps are also being displayed more conspicuously this year than in for mer years. Bracelets are proving popular and large number of souven ir articles are being bought. Be Quick. Not a minute should he lost when a child shows symptoms of croup, Chambcrlnin's Cough Remedy gives as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough ap pears, will prevent the attack. It nev er fails, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. No other remedy on earth is so rood for children as Hollister's Roc ky Mountain Tea, makes them eat, ; sleep and grow. Bright eyes, rosy cheeks, 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. A. j G. Luken & Co. Notice Life insurance companies will reduce the rate 33 per cent, to all who agree to use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. A wise meas ure. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. NU-TRI-OLA Not the elixir of life, but the in vincible conqueror of disease. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. Bright eyes are an infallible index to youth, windows from which Cupid shoots his arrows. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes bright eyes, ro sy cheeks. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. CASTOR I A Forinfants and Children. !ho Kind Yen Kaie Always Bough! Brs tho yvttTT ' Bourn "few J A J 1 - M , ' your every need, which in every way procure ana traue oy continually onering y These suits are made by August Baum & Co , who design clothing for men in every walk of life. For business, street and semi-dress occasions, you'll find no other make so smart. PRICES ? S13.50,S15,S16.50,S18.50,S20 LOEHR & KLUTE I-H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J 8 pounds Granulated sugar $ J .00 Lenox or Swifts' pride soap,. 8 for .25 U. S. Mai!, same size bar, 9 for. . J25 Chick, a dozen for .25 Swifts' Premium Bacon, per pound 15 Northern Syp and Baldwin apples, per peck. . .20 Butter and Cream Crackers, 8c, or 2 for . 15 Vanilla Wafers, per pound .10 X 16oz. pkg:. Raisins '. .10 ? Currants 10c Prunes ...... ? .10 Flour, per sack 75c Potatoes, bu. . . . .50 Largest line of fresh fruit in the market for Holiday Trade. Prices Right. - Our aiotto The Best of Everything. EAL CASH IROraif Phone 180914 Main St. Smoking jackets Webave a large snppiy of Men's Smoking jackets just in. They are a double faced material in a variety of , shades and mixtures. , Bvotvn. Green, Blue Taking the lead. To the wearer they insure At the sarre time possessing an elegance, with shawl rol-- lar, turn back cuffs and spacious pockets, all finished with silk - -: cords, fastened with silk loops. ' ' Our supply is complete, containing alf 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. $5 00 A Dr, E. E. Pierce Dr. L. S. Chencweth Rooms 44-45, Colonial Third F oor Elevator. to Wis Bilii!iE ou wiMtvouii'b tor we know to be better , than you can elsewhere. 4 I MnM..i..HllI.I I I I I I -M I H. Louder Than the memorandum book when it comes to buying first quality gro ceries at little prices. Pay memorandum book ptices'and remain poor all your life, or pay our cash 'cut prices and get ahead in the world, which will it be? This week your cash will buy. SualHtf PIECE DEHTISTS Building. Home phone 163'