RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER, 1904.
The New Cigar Store
AT 712 Main Street
WITH A FINE LINE OF
Clear Havana and
N& W OPEN
A large variety to suit the most critical taste.
New things in Christmas Specialties, such as
Elegant Tobacco Jars, many fine Meerschaums in curves
and straight stems ; a splendid assortment of French
Briar Pipes in plain gold and silver mountings.
Cigars in Christmas packages. TRY US JUST, ONCE
A Call to Xmas Buyers
Our Holiday Stock is full of Quality, Variety, Beauty and
Good Taste. What we offer is yrst class, nothing shoddy
Ebony, Silver or Coco Bola Toilet and Manicure
Sets at a fair price.
Fine Bristle Hair Brushes, Cloth, Bonnet and Hat
Stop a'id See the Display in the Window.
LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY,1
830 MAIN ST. BOTH PHONES.
the popular favor namely, to-wit
the coal we furnish summer andewin
ter for cooking and heating. T hre's
no secret about it. We simply supply
superior coal at the minimum market
price, and as expeditiously 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
likebim to be, to his own advantage.
J. H Menke,
Home Phone 762 Bell Phone 435-R.
102-104 FT. WAYNE AVE.
At Purdue University Tenders His
Lafayette, Ind., December 21.
Much surprise and regret were oc
casioned in athletic circles at Pur
due University today when Oliver
F. Cutts, who has acted as athletic
director and coach of the football
team for the last two years, announc
ed that he would retire from the
position as athletic director the first
of the year.
Mr. Cutts will go East for the
holidays, and will return the first of
the year to straighten out athletic
matters at Purdue, and then start
his law practice. Cutts stated that
while he would not return as ath
letic director, he would consider an
offer to coach the football team next
Several men are now being consid
ered to succeed Cutts, but no name
has yet been made public. "Jim
mie" Nutter, football trail Vr and
coach of the basketball and track
teams, will likely be advanced to the
Queen Margharita's Musicals.
Pome, Dec. 22. Queen Margherita
mother of the present King, today
gave the first of the series of infor
mal musical parties which it was
recently announced she would give
this season. Her Majesty intends to
make the Palazzo Margherita, her
home the musical center of the Eter
nal City, and is herself a musician
of no mean ability. The Palazzo Mar
gherita is furnished with several pi
anos of various makes, and an im
mense organ has recently been built
in the palace.
i In 20
First Lesson Free ; absolutely
most complete and up-to-date
methods ; position guaranteed ;
lessons by mail exclusively ; no in
terference with regular occupation;
no difficulties ; everything simple
and clear ; indorsed by boards of
education and leading newspapers,
thousands of graduates. Dept.
25, Campaign of Education, t 211
TownsendBldg., New York.
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t For SHOE
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See J. ABLEY
12 S. Ninth
BE HAPPY, EVERYBODY !
Santa Claus is growing old and rather absent minded and
forgetful at times. Many expectant little folks will awaken
to disappointment Christmas morning on account of Santa not
hiving visited them. Now, little folks, don't grieve, but come
to our store Monday morning Christmas and we will give
you a nice sack of goodies to make up for Santa's neglect.
Come and be happy. Yours for a Merry Christmas,
Wherley & Thomas, Furnishers
a3 Ft Wayne ave., 418 8th St.
means not only good things to eat
but also the best of things to drink.
The best of all good drinks is R. E.
Beer. Purity and Maturity, with a
most delightful and luscious flavor,
are points of the highest merit and
which are very marked features in
Minck Brewing Co,.
PHONES NEW. 42: OLD, 801 RJ
It's Best To Be Careful
where you Duy your
coal. It's unsafe to buy it wherever
you see a coal sign hung out. Buy it
at a yard of known reliability and
high reputation a yard that is sure
to give you satisfaction, and save
oney for you.
That is to say, buy here.
Hackman, Klehfoth Co.
Phones 210 4JS
fr.lMM!MI"M I I I I I I ! l'M"I"M'
I K I EM BOM-DIRT
O -A- Ij
you. buy from
FOSLER & CO.
Give them an order and be convinced.
Bqtli P 11 ones 115. 512N. Ast.
IM-M-M-H- M"M I K M I I I I I-H-M-M-I 1 I I I I'l ll
Every Pound Guaranteed
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Joshua B. Chenoweth Adm. to Ly-
aia fj. corrall, part ot lots and
in Fountain City; $5o0.
Isabella Carper to Ada J. Ilarned
ots 4 and 5 in block i 111 ( ambridge
Charles E. Pyle to William Mar-
old, part of section 33, in Franklin
ownship, containing GO acres;
Luke D. Fisher to Oscar M. Jen
nings, part, section J.) in r ranklin
township, containing 9S acres; $4-
Henrietta Wiggins to V. R. God
win, lot i 111 . htarr s addition
o Richmond, on north seventh St.;
Riley J. Salisbury to Ernest E.
Weyl, lot 42 in Economy; $175.
Byron C. Pyle to John Atkinson,
part of lot 39 in Chiton, on Rich
mond Ave.; $400.
Franklin S. Anderson to Thomas
C. Harlan, part of section 15 in
Franklin township; $800.
Wayne Mullen to Mary A. Out-
and, lot 50 in Williamsburg; $1000.
Frank M. Price to Jacob Markle,
part of section 22, in Webster town
ship, -containing 26 acres; $3,400.
Hiram Crook to John B. Faueett,
part 01 section 3o and 3b in Wash
ington township, containing 98 acres
Scott Newman to Will C. Converse
part or lots lo and IO in the
Havnes addition to Richmond, on
Randolph street; $2000.
Catherine Carroll to Ella Carroll,
ct al., part of lot 33 in J. Iden s ad
dition to Richmond on Ft. Wayne
Will C. Converse to Ada B. New-
i t - r "XT Mi 1 1
man, Jot o in J. mcnciii s suo-div. in
Richmond, on N. 18th St.; $700.
George C. Wright et al., to Alves
Mendenhall, part of lot Ol in Econ-
omv ; ip-iov.
Erie L. Reynolds to Oscar G. Por-
terfield, part of lot 25 in C. T.
Price's addition to Richmond, on
N. 17th St.; $2000.
and Potatoes I
All at very reason- 4
Call and see us. 4
Wm. Hill & Co.:
Four very desirable Flats
at No. 322
North Eighth St.
W. H. Bradbury & Son
I Consult us. We
will advise yon
I wnetner tow
be. patented Small im
provements and simple invention!
have made much money for the inventors.
We devtlope your ideas or assist you in
improving your invention. We take out
patents in United Slues, Canada and
foreign countries. Terms reasonable,
Marlatt fc Dozier
42-43 1 olonial Bldg. Richmond
Holiday Excursions via Pennsylva
December 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st
January 1st and 2d, are the dates on
which excursion tickets may be ob
tained at Pennsylvania Lines ticket
offices for Christmas and Sew Year
holiday trips. For full particulars
call on Local Ticket Agent of Penn
In reply to inquiries we have pleas
ure in announcing-that Ely's Liquid
Cream Balm is like the-solid prepara
tion of that admirable remedy in
that it cleanses and heals membranes
affected by nasal catarrh. There is no
drying or sneezing. The Liquid
Cream Balm is adapted to use by pa
tients who have trouble in inhalinsr
through the noe and prefer spray
mar. ine price, including spraying
tube, is 75 cents. Sold by druggists
or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56 "War
ren Street, New York.
And Incident? Helps
Your early selection of Christmas Ci.fi !
Tbere are many articles in this -cst st cr.
today which,' we've purchased with the
Christmas season in view. Novelties
which, no matter how well thry may
please you when j-ou tee them, cannot be
duplicated upon. Take our advice, come
here early and make s ure of getting what
you want while it's here. ,
For Christmas week we offer
Overcoats and Suits for men and boys
Raincoats, Faucy Waistcoats,
Mufflers, Rich Neckwear, Hosiery,
Gloves, Suspenders, Umtirellr.s,
Shirts, Hats, Caps, and a host
of other gifts for men.
Prices and assortment favor earliest
LOEHR & KLUTE
WAYNE SUPPLY CO.
424 MAIN STREET
or high grade WINES, LIQUORS and CORDIALS All
goods are guaranteed.
If not satisfactory, money will be refunded
Goods delivered to any part of this city by
Merchants' Delivery. Phone 149
RICHMOND vs -ANDERSON
Tickets at Alt ord's Drug Store
SKATING THURSDAY EVENING ;
Ha ness For Snow
aiid harness for'eve'
day use mean a dil
ference in quality ix
some makes hen
they are identical it
strength and dura
bility. More styl
of course, in fane
driving harness, but
all our harnesa k
made from good
stock, and every set maintains our repo.
tatlon as to workmanship and finish. Al
sorts of horse equipments at very modes
ate prices ...
The Wiggins Co
The man -who is the slave of rent i
unfortunate and unwise. My plan U
buying: real estate will relieve th
oppression and you can soon have
your house paid for. I have large
or small houses, attractive farms, or
whatever you may desire.
T. B. WOODHUEST.
OTPS QJJP TO vy
It is our business to loan money in any amount from $ I to J5000
on any kind of security, for any length of time. Having a large ca
ltal of our own money, we do not need to ask anyone as to wden o
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 answer 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
your neighbors knowing tbat you are borrowing money, but can be
sure of absolute secrecy in the matter. Our large capital enables us
to loan at a much lower rate than that usually chargtd by loan com
panies, and you know it is to your interest to get a loan wherever
you can get it the cheapest, the same as in buying anything. For in
stance, L there is a sle 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
must bring the business, so if you get a loan from us, it will
prove a great money saver to you. Call and let ua explain our
methods. If you cannot call, write or phone us, and our agent
will call on you.
The Maaa loaa Co.
Home Phone 1341.
Rooms 40-4X9 3d floor, Colonial Building.
: J. ZEYEN & BRO.
: Merchant Tailors
NO. 516 MAIN ST.
The oldest and most reliable tailor establishment
in the city. Guarantee every garment made
Prices to suit the times.
New Fall Stock Received:
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