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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 20. 1S04.
as 111 M GW 1 ' ' 1 JOIN THE MERRY GIFT BUYERS THAT WILL THRONG OUR STORE THE LAST WEEK-THE BUSIEST WEEK AT THE CHRISTMAS BARGAIN STORE We urge all to buy early don't wait until the last moment. Assortments, while now complete, will soon be broken. $8.50 Christmas bargains in ladies' leather bags, each 10c to . Bargains in fine Xmas Per- j Crt fumes in fancy boxes, JOc to 4 I ivU Men's fancy suspenders in lancy E ffc boxes, 25c and vUw Nobby ties, new shirts, fancy socks and underwear gifts for gents at smallest cost. Ladies will appreciate fancy hosiery and underwear. Holiday bargains in Handkerchiefs at Christmas sale prices. Ladies' fine papertries, all in beautiful boxes, hemstitched papers, linen papers, fancy col ored papers at special prices, ( j f 10c per box to I $ U Little tots' writing paper and envel- f opes in fancy boxes, at 7c and : . 1 U Car Ladies' fancy collars in separate boxes, most stunning effects, something every lady will appreciate, l O EL ft from 10c to 3b9U Christmas Umbrellas at special prices. Holiday special prices ladies' fine silk Petticoats. Christmas special black-mercerized Petticoats all this week $ 1 .50 skirts only $1.00; $1.25 skirts only 39c. Beautiful Battenberg Teuriffe and Mexican drawn linens, doylies, scarfs and table cov at holiday sale prices. See our fine sprochtal table covers and scarfs, worth up to 50c, special 23 C Beautiful sproc,taI covers and scarfs. J worth up to $1, special . . SSIC Ladies' fine fascinators in silk JE? ft and wool. 25c up to iPsLaOw Christmas Furs for the ladies. Christmas Furs for the children At special reduced prices all this week. Ladies' holiday Cloaks, Suits and Skirts at special reduced prices all this week. 1 ' 111 " ' . ' M rj T-iMwrrTirTTTr" - ""--- nwr -r-"- ""-. .- - . ' ' ., - . ,, - UtI . B. IN 3 U) OVQ "l i ' s t n rs rs ii Prices Furnished by Mather Bros. Co. Per Ton Anthracite, a1! sizes 7.50 Pocahontas Lump 4.75 Jackson Lump, forked 5.00 Winifrede Lump, forked .... 4.25 Pittsburg Lump 4.25 Hocking Lump 4.00 Indiana Lump . 3 50 Nut and Slack 2.50 DELIVERED BY TEAM 25c extra when carried in. LOCAL BREVITIES. tf a A SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOR XMAS A SAVINGS DEPOSIT PASSBOOK with a deposit of a suitable amount will be a most appropri ate and valuable Christmas gift. One dollar will start an aceouAt; we will put the passbooks in neat envolopes with your card and mail them to reach your friends on Christmas morning. The interest you know will make Christmas all the time. WHY , NOT TRY IT? DICKINSON TRUST CO- OPEN TUESDAY EVENINGS. - "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 Washing and ironing at 309 south fifth street. Home Laun dry. 1314t. WANTED Girl to help do house work, No washing. Call 50 south thirteenth street. WANTED Place to do light house work. Call at 1410 North II street. 20-2 WANTED A good girl to do gener al housework at 1804 N. JJ. St. 18-3t young man contemplating practical railroading or telegraphy, will do veil to buy this schblarship, which e will sell reasonable. tf FOR SALE Goldfish, canaries and! Parrotts, C27 Main street. 14-3t. FOR SALE Birds, Parrotts, Cana ries and gold fish, etc., for a lim ited time, G27 Main street. lS-3t FOR SALE Sleigh, cheap, GO South Sixteenth street. 20-2 WANTED Five copies of December number of Everybody's Magazine. Depot News Stand. 18-7t WANTED Good girl at 1320 north D street, Mrs. O. Woods. 17-3t WANTED Two gentlemen roomers, front room down stairs, board if desired. 200 Richmond Avenue. Plenty of heat. Modern. FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good Indianapolis business college scholarship. Call at Palladium. tf FOR SALE 100 acres of creek bot tom lnd. For information, call at 215 N. 18th St., City. FOR SALE Want ads one-half a cent a word. tf FOR SALE A life scholarship in Johnson's Practical School of Tel L jjraphy and Railroading. Any WANTED Soliciting and collecting in city and suburbs by reliable par ty. Phone S23. 18-3t TOR 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 8 room house, 402 N. 19th. Phone 497. IStf LOST OR STRAYED. LOST Scotch collie pup dog, name Bruno, black and white with white around neck, all feet white, white down front of face. Had on black collar, trimmed with brass and with blue glass settings, and a small lock. Reward paid it return ed to ISIS Main street. Thone 417. 18-2: LOST A strand of gold beads be tween Fourteenth and A streets to Toler's drug store or from To ler's drug store to Christian church Finder please return same to Pal ladium office and receive reward. Underwear at Fletcher's. "5fr 5fr Sweet Cider at Hadley Bros, tf Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-laio. iff ib iff Humpe's open evenings till Xmas. 4C- A new line of Stay and Kokobola Toilet Articles and Perfumes at Ad ams Drug Store. 17tf. -fc Children's caps at 25c each, Shar key's millinery store, 7 South Sev enth street. tf - Xmas slipper at Humpe's. tf -X- if -Yf Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 X- Puritan Pure Food, Cocoa and Chocolate, the best on the market, for Christmas candies, etc., on sale at Meyer Bros. tf -X- -X- Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Xmas shoes at Humpe's. tf -X- Take the Dayton & Western cars o the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 pur mom-a. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. "X iff iff Try a want ad. Phone 21. Xmas rubber boots at Humpe's. -x- Don't do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss you please phone 21, and we will appreciate it. if? iff iff Do you want a good little farm with many advantages. Call on J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St. 20-tf. Bennett Homemade Bread and nice Potato Chips at Hadley Bros." tf. j Don't forget that Friday is the last day for sending contributions to the Santa Claus fund. "Sfi C" Gold eye glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 Queen Quality shoes at Humpe's. See Humpe's window for presents. ifc iff iff Get your pictures framed and Christmas trees at Brown-Darnell Co. Phone 5361022 Main. 18-2t 4f The swellest thing in the city tf Sfr Gold eve glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 Meitzler's Cigar Store. Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. 13-10 3 "X ib Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. " 13-10 X- -X- Holloy at Eggemeyer's. v v.- v.- .v Wait for the opening of the new cigar store, 712 Main. tf Amazon arid La Perla 10c Cigars in fancy holiday boxes at Adam Di-if-meyer's, 600 Main St. 14-16. 4fc "3t "3& U. S. Mail Cigars and other brands in fancy holiday boxes at Adam Drif meyer's, 609 Main St. .. 14-16 X- -X- -X- Potato- Chips at Hadley Bros. tf X- -x- & Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 x- -X- Chocolates, the finest in the city in faney Xmas boxes at the Greek Candy Store. x- -x- Meitzler's Cigar Store for a fine smoke, 712 Main. tf X- -X- -x- Largest line of smokers' articles in the city for the holiday trade at Ad am Drifmeyer's, 609 Main St. 14-16 a- -x- Xmas leggins at Humpe's. tf X- -x- -x- Meitzler's Cigar Store will open about December 20, 712 Main. tf -X- Remember your lady friends with a box of the Greek's Xmas candies. -X- if Fine lino of Meerschaum Pipes and Cigar Holders at Adam Drifmever's 009 Main St. 14-16 -X- Xmas Turkeys at Hadley Bros. tf -X- if See the new Chicago Natural Gas and Air Light. Just as bright as day. Brown-Darnell Co. 1022 Main St. Phone 436. 18-2t -x- -x- . For an appropriate Christmas present for your gentlemen friends go to Adam Drifmeyer's, 609 Main St, , 14-16 X- -X- A very fine and reliable stock of '"ilverware. Carving Sets," Razors, Skates, Pocket Cutlery, etc., for Christmas, at very reasonable prices, at Irvin Reed's Hardware Store, cor ner Seventh and Main streets. 16-9 x- -x- -x- Christmas Cigars in fancy boxes at Adam Drifmeyer's, 609 Main St. -a- -X- Holly, Holly, Holly with red ber ries, wreaths, evergreens, etc. Phone 292 Hadlev Bros. tf - Before purchasing your Xmas candies don't' fail to call at the in viting parlors of the Greek Candy Store, where the choicest sweets abound in varieties. if -X- There is a certain correct style about the suits and overcoats made by Emnins Tailoring Co., at $15 and $18. X- -X- -X- Richmond Lodge of Masons will confer the fellow craft degree on two candidates this evening. ( He -X- Saturday Evening Post and La dies' Home Journal. Combination of fer for $2.25 at Bartel's Stationery Store. Special offer on other combina tions. Call for circular at our store. 20-2t Hon. W. B. Foulke will speak at Earlham this evening at 8:30. Our Civil Service. Public is invited. Free. Fine Imported Trained Singing Canaries, Talking Parrots, Goldfish and supplies. For a short time only at 627 Main Street i, teem? Before purchasing a Christmas present for your Wife, Mother or Sweetheart do not fail to call and inspect our beautiful display ofisinjer Sewing Machines. The Singer QQfg. Cov Home Phone 1009. 500 Main Street. Ask ForiSinger Almanac For 1806 CURFEW The Movement is Approved by the Ministers. At their regular meeting yesterday morning the members of the Minis terial Association decided by unani mous vote to approve the curfew movement and stand behind the or ganization recently formed to push the curfew work among the children. On New Years all of the ministers will announce from their pulpits the stand that the association has taken on the question and urge the hearty co-operation of all Christian people in accomplishing the purpose of the curfew organization. The regular paper was omitted yesterday morning on account of the absence of the Key. Allen Jay, who was to have read the paper. ALL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, FINE QUALITY, HAND DRAWN WORK IN FOUR CORNERS, GOOD SIZE. WE HAVE THE EXCLU SIVE SALE OF THESE AT 15c EACH. THE GEORGE H. KNOL LENBERG CO. FRANK LANE FOR XMAS TUR KEYS. . PHONE 773. lS-7t Mince Meat Stuff. A full supply of mince, new rais ins, currants, citron, lemon and or ange peele etc. tf HADLEY BROS... SPECIAL. LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR ANY KIND OF POULTRY FOR CHRISTMAS. WE ALWAYS HAVE THE BEST. HADLEY BROS. CAMBRIDGE CITY. Mrs. Brooks and daughters, re turned home from New York Mon day. Professor George Doll and Glen Elliott have gone to Marion, lnd., for a short visit. Frederick Tuterow visited in Greenfield ever Sunday. Miss Grace Cartwright, of LewLs ville, was the guest of Miss Naomi Frances Saturday. Mrs. Dr. Harris was in Richmond Sunday. Mrs. Joe Walick was the guest of her sifter, Mrs. Richard Swisher, of East Germantown, over Sunday. Eddie Reigal, of Anderson, is the guest of local relatives. Miss Ruth Heighly visited in Richmond over Sunday. Charles P. Doney will assist Mr. Charles Limberger at the U. S. Ex press office until after the holidays. SHINING PARLOR JIM ELLEIIIS 712 Main Street Bring in your shoes 3 shines for 25 ct. t McNeill & Porterfield : REAL- ESTATE DEALERS: . - Edgar Ault will clerk for Charles Marson this week. Several new members will be taken into the I. O. of B. Club at it's next meeting. Mrs. John Beard and Mrs. Emma Ileighley visited in Germantown on Sunday. The Royal Hungarian Court Or chestra at the Masonic opera house Wednesday night is the second num ber of the lecture course. I Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Dill, of Indi- ' anapolis, will visit here this week. ' Miss Emma Izor and Mrs. M. M. , Calloway visited in Milton Sunday. The dancing club will dance to night at the K. of P. temple. Notice B. of R. T. i To officers and members Richmond Lodge Xo. 575 B. of R. T: A special meeting for Wednesday night has been arranged for 7 :30 p. m. All members take notice. John Falck, SeeV. 20-2t ASK TO SEE OUR 50C, 75C, $1 AND $2 HANDKERCHIEFS IF YOTJ .WANT QUALITY, FINE WORK AND ABOVE ALL, YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, BUY YOUR HANDKERCHIEFS OF US. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO.