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: EidHMbitDy Palladium,- Tuesday morning, December 13, 1904.
-i ii.... 1 1 . is Firs t rmd MOLEDMY Onntinninir nntil Christmas. Entire store in holiday attire, a veritable fairyland for holiday shoDDers. Tis truly Santa Claus" own real bargain headquarters . Every deDartment is filled with useful gift suggestions. Exceptionally low prices and goodly assortments of holiday goods are the extraordinary inducements offered - a m m 1 1 "1 I T 1 - early buyers. Only II shopping days left to do your holiday buying. DON'T WAIT I 'Tis something you can't afford to put off, especially when such grand money saving opportunities on your holiday purchases present themselves Jr y v. Christmas -Leather Goods Special Offering In handsome very choice bags marked at very unusual prices. The finest goods produced in walrus, seal, pat ent Morocco and imported Japanese leather. Ladies' genuine Leather Bags, worth 50c; holiday sale .35c Ladies' genuine Leather Bags, all colors, worth 75c, holiday sale49c Extra size splendid Leather Bags, 1 worth J 1. 50, holiday sale. . .$1.00 Extra values in Bags at $2, $2.5 . and $ 3.00 up to $ 8.50 NOTICE- Large and small size scroll gold initial for above bags, only 25c Holiday Handkerchiefs At Holiday Sale Prices Children's fancy printed Handker chiefs, sale price lc Children's plain white, colored emb, hemstitched Handkerchiefs special, two for 5c ioc fancy Pillow Handkerchiefs, special 5c each 50 doz Silk Initial Japonette Hand kerchiefs, worth ioc, special 5c Special priced Handkerchiefs, splen did values at ioc, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and. . $1.50 Black Mercerized Petticoats $1.50 black Mercerized Petticoats only.. $1.00 $1.25 black Mercerized Petticoats only.. 80 Ask to see them at $1.50, $2, $2.50 up to $4, all at special holiday prices Values That Invite those seeking Practical Gifts at Smallest Cost. Beautiful Sprochtel Table Covers and Scarfs, worth up to 50c, Holiday Sale 23c Splendid Sprochtal Covers and Scarfs, worth up to $1, Holiday sale.. 49c Ladies' fine white mercerized Waist ings, worth 25c, special ...18c yd Heavy Teasle Down Outings, worth 1 2 c, special 9c yard Fancy Zephyr Dress Ginghams, special 8c yard Special values children's Knit Toques at 23c and 49c Pretty Tam O'Shanters at SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICES. Holiday Sale Ladles' Cloaks and Suits After Christmas Prices will prevail in our Cloak and Suit department all during the holiday sale offering. A ran opportunity to cloak and salt buyers. Holiday Furs for children at special Holiday prices $1 per set to $12.50 Stunning Furs for the ladies at prices that make this department worthy a visit. Holiday Umbrellas A' most sensible suggestion for gift buyers. Umbrellas for gents, ladies and children. 50c to $7.50 Engraving free of charge on better umbrellas. Extra Special 2& in. Umbrella for lady or gent, guaranteed rain proof, taffeta cover, beautiful handles, pttented doa ble ribbihg and slide, worth $Z Holiday sale . . SI. OS Holiday Perfumery A department in itself Fine bulk per fumes a spcilty. All the finest odors made, in fancy toxes or in bulk. Specials at about half price. Fancy large 8 ox. bottle fine perfume, all odors. In fancy box, worth S3, sale price l JM 60c fancy box perfumes, sale price 2Cc 23c fancy box perfumes, sale price 10 and 15c Holiday lllbbons . Plain colored Taffeta Silk Ribbons, worth 20c yard, only lOc yard 10 yd spool narrow Satin Ribbon only 7c a spool. Every department aids to something good, cheap and serviceable. Don't fall to visit our store,- f i fl"l"l"l' 'H 'M"H' 1 'I' I'M' I I 'I11!11!1 H' !' I 'I I '! 'I' I ! !' T"M' s Prices Furnished by Mather Bros. Co. Anthracite, aU sizes . . Pocahontas Lump . . . Jackson Lump, forked . Winifrede Lump, forked Pittsburg Lump .... Hocking Lump . . . . Indiana Lump ..... Nut and Slack Per Ton . 7.54) 4.75 . 5.00 . 4.35 . 4.35 . 4.00 350 . 3.5 DELIVERED BY TEAM 25c extra when carried in. LOCAL BREVITIES. D Are You worrying and spending sleepless nights because of some yearly obli gation that must be met? A note " " or the payment of life insurance, the default of which would mean disaster to the family? Wor ries of this kind can be avoided if you will place one twelfth of the amount to be paid on deposit each month with Dickinson Trust Co, ... r. A !A A. 1 !J A 11 , where it will earn o per cent, interest ami am maienaiijr in meeting toe uuugauuu . nj , ou.w u vwuj. 5 f When you want anything or h ave 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. Nothing inserted for less than ten cents, and no notice taken unless accompanied by cash. ; WANTED. WANTED Work of any kind to help worthy students pay expenses while attending Business College. Phone 240. V 10-5t. WANTED Washing and ironing at 309 south fifth street. Home Laun- ' ''-''drv.1 --;!314t.... FOR SALE 100 acres of creek bot '9 torn lnd. For information, call at - 215 N. 18th St., City. ..: U i FOB SALE. FOR SALE A good Indianapolis ' business college scholarship. Call at Palladium. tf FOR SALE A gentle mare and surrey, cheap. Phone 1615. 8-3 FOR RENT. FOR RENT House 5 rooms, electric lights and natural gas, hard and soft water, 29 N. 19th st. Home phone 742. eod-tf FOR RENT House of nine rooms; bath furnace and stable; central : location ; elegant repair at $22 per month, January" '1st. McNeill & Porterfield. FOR RENTt Rooms with bath, 100 south ninth street. 13-4ts FOR RENT Three good houses. Call 1S04 N. F. Phone 357. FOR SALE Christmas trees, plain and cedar. M. Charles, east of city. ll-3t. FOR RENT House, 25 south 19th street. Inquire 715 Main street. FOR SALE Young Barred Ply mouth Rock rooster, 41 South Twelfth street. FOR SALE Want ads one-half a cent a word. '' ; : tf FOR SALE A life scholarship in Johnson's Practical School of Tel egraphy and Railroading. Any young man contemplating practical railroading or telegraphy, will do well to buy this scholarship, which we will sell reasonable. tf LOST OR STRAYED. LOST Ladies' small tan purse con taining money, on north 15th St. Return to 304 north 15th street or Palladium and get reward. CALL AND SEE ME. BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE AS AM CERTAIN CAN PLEASE YOU FOR YOUR XMAS PHOTOS. SPECIALTIES FOR XMAS TRADE IN WAY OF MOUNTS, ETC. STU DIO 704 MAIN STREET. tf J0H 5Aii&--Goo3 gag rjfage neaify new, washing machine, base burn T er and tove drum. Inquire at 14 L J&icbmond avenue, Phona 117, I FOR SALE CHEAP A Restaurant That is Making Money CAUSE FOR SELLING, ILL HEALTH. If you want a splendid . Business, Don't Hesitate Inquire at the Palladium office. - tf Underwear at Fletcher's. tf fc "X j Sweet Cider at Hadley Bros, tf ifc Kirkman's for Doll Cabs. Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-lmo. Children's caps at 25c each, Shar key's millinery store, 7 South Sev enth street. tf Order your Xmas trees and pic ture frames at Brown and Darnell's, 1022 Main. ll-2t. , 4- Puritan Pure Food, Cocoa and Chocolate, the best on the market, for Christmas candies, etc., on sale at Meyer Bros. tf ! Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Fletcher's toggery shop will be op en every evening until after Xmas. Take the Dayton & Western cars o the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now oDen. tf Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Try a want ad. Phone 21. Kirkman's for Desks. Fletcher's toggery shop will be op en every evening until after Xmas. . -X- Kirkman's Hobby Horses. 7-4t Don't do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss you please phone 21, and we will appreciate it. .... Fletcher's toggery shop will be op en every evening, until after; Xmas. Do you want a good little farm with many advantages. Call on J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St. 20-tf. ; Fletcher's toggery shop will be op en every evening until after Xmas. Bennett Homemade Bread and nice Potato Chips at Hadlev Bros. tf. 55 6 Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 K- Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 Dr. Mottier spent Sunday in Cin cinnati. Rev. F. A. Roell is at Indianapolis on business. Dr. J. A. Walls has gone on a business trip to Denver, Colo. 4f C. W. Jessup was in Cincinnati, over Sunday. ? Willard ? Perry was in Cincinnati Sunday. 5 45- Meitzler's Cigar Store will open about December lo, 712 Main, tf 4- 4fr Messrs. Cornelius "E. Wiley and John Dynes, Wayne county commis sioners," are attending a meeting of UNDERWEAR. LEWIS, ROYAL SILK PLUSH, WRIGHT'S HEALTH, YPSILANTI, FLETCHERS. ; Indianapolis commissioners held at Indianapolis. Miss Mary Lewis, of Sabina, Ohio, is visiting with her uncle, William Hadley. -x- Richmond Lodge of Masons will have work in the Apprentice degree tonight. -H- & F. J. Ilepner for good second hand goods, West Main street. Mrs. Carl Nuss, of South Eleventh street, is visiting her parents in Ft. Wayne. -H- Gold eye glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 -as-Read the ad of Jenkins, the jew eler in this issue. 13-2 . . Jenkins' jewelry store is the place to buy your Christmas presents. 13-2 X- 4r The swellest thing in the city Meitzler's Cigar Store. tf -55- 1 A. B. Fisher, the pioneer piano tuner, is at present in. Richmond, and will be pleased to render his services to the appreciating musical citizens. Leave orders at your earl iest convenience, at the popular Jen kins' jewelry, store. 13-2 Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. 13-10 -X- ' Beautiful gold eye glass .chains, Jenkins. " 13-10 r Dr. and Mrs. Anderson returned yesterday from a' visit with friends in Indianapolis. ' V' a. a - Miss June Elmer and Miss Flor ence Smith will return from National Park Seminary, Maryland, next week. -K- -K- Wilbur Ilibberd, of Detroit, will arrive Sunday to visit his parents over Christmas. -X- Wait for the opening of the new cigar store, 712 Main. tf Homer Gnyton arrived last even ing to visit H. J. Haynes today. J. Karl Kepler will spend the hol idays at Andover, Mass., where he attends school. Miss Margaret Starr will Teturn the first of next week from Pough teepsie, N. Y., where she attends Yassar College. H. J. Haynes returned yesterday from Indianapolis, where he spent Sunday. 1 4f -Walter Eggemeyer returned Sun day to Chicago University, after' a visit with his parents. sowed Under ! . With Holiday Slippers And All Kinds Winter Footwear ! We have an enormous stock from which to selest something for yourself or some friend. Useful gifts are always appreciated. Weff & Wusbaum Cor. 7th and Main 5S Before purchasing aT Christmas present (for your IWife, Mother or. Sweetheart do not fail to call and inspectour. beautiful display of Singer SewingMachines. The Singe DQfg. Co. Home rhone 1009. 600 Main Street. AsklFor Singer Almanae For 1005 John G. Starr will return next Monday from Kenyon College, Gam-J bier, Ohio, to spend the holidays. I Gold eye glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 3fc s Mrs. Chas. E. Wyiui of Jndianapd-. lis is in the cjty. spending the holi days -with, relatives. " ' : McNeill & Porterfield t CHOICE APPLES, POTATOES AND SWEET . CIDER AT 33 NORTH 8TH STREET." ' 0-7ts Deaths tnd Funerals. Pryor Mary A., widow of Isaac Pryor, 324 North A street, diedf Snn day morning at the age of seventy seven years. Mrs. Pryor was one of Richmond's oldest residents and had lived in the house in which she died for over fifty years. She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal church. The funeral will be held at the home this afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. II. H. Hadley officiating Friends may call at any time. Bur ial at Earlham. BEGINNING; MONDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 12TH, OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL XMAS.. . kTHE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG COMPANY. tf " V My, Friend from Arkansaw." "My Friend from Arkansaw," which will be seen at the New Phil ?lis theater Saturday, matinee and nisht, Mr. Sherman thinks is his best and brightest play.. He thinks so because it has a strong plot to it. REAL 1 v ' ESTATE DEALERS: i " Not just a slender thread to hang the dialogue and characters on,', but a plot enough to keep.the interest of his people alive, ' while he tickles our ears with the quaint humor and the genuine pathos, and above all the realism of his character f drawing. The plot is a pretty one. The action is lively and the situations sensation al, that is, they, have in them more of the human emotion which inter ests the human heart. The name of the play immediately suggests the idea that it is a picture of life in a certain locality. It is a scene of an Arkansaw farm, and every character is true to nature and not overdrawn. Mr. Sherman has considered - the craving of the public for dramatie action and with that view he has de termined to make "My Friend from Arkansaw" one of the strongest dramas ever presented on any stage. The play play will be presented - with the school room scene in the second aet being most effective.- - - :, t