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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1904.
Buy your Christmas Books from our Book Department and save half your money THE KDLIffldPAID) TOTE. New Japanese Dishes Just received, another shipment of that beautiful ware, of which we have already sold so much. leers Crowded "With Desirable (Mft metting? Suitable M ' VISIT TO OUR MIM goods For Everyone BMRQ BMSEMEMT Will furnish suggestions for presents for every member of the family, as well as friends and other relat ves. Look over our immense line of Toys Books, Games, Dolls and other fancy goods. It will mean a saving of from 10 to 50 per cent on every purchase BEST GOODS. LOWEST PRICE LARGEST VARIETY. Plenty of willing and efficient salespeople to attend to yours wants GAME and BROWN. Shop in the early morning hours if possible. It will be much more pleasant for you. GOOD IN PIE. CAKE AND PunoiiMr; wsm such mince meat In 10c Packages with Lict of Valuable Premiums. SLIPPERS for Men SLIPPERS for Ladies SLIPPERS for Children They keep the family at home at night and comfortable and happy. Don't worry your brains about what to get for Christmas gifts. See our display of Shoes and Slippers. Neff & Nusbaui Cor. 7th and Main B. GROSVENOR. M. D SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Scientific Glass Fitting AMUSEMENTS "Thou Shalt Not Kill." A very interesting and powerful melodrama will be at the New Phil lips on Monday, Dec. 26, matinee and night. Thep lay is entitled 'Thou Shalt Not Kill" and is suggested by Count Leo Tolstoi's famous pa per addressed to the rulers of Eu rope. Tlie story, of course, is mod ern and of every day life. There is a murder committed and an innocent man being the victim of the most convincing circumstantial evidence, comes very near being convicted of the crime. The denoument which clears up the doubt very much to the satisfaction of the audience is brought about by a new science call ed telepathy and affords opportunity for one of the most dramatic situa tions ever put into play. It is not claimed in the bills that the leading lady is in reality a hypnotist but her work in the scene would really sug gest it. She exercises her power over a man of iron n?v,e and reduces him to a drivelling, abject coward, shrieking for mercy and convicting himself of the fearful crime. The production is an exjxMj-iive one em ploying about forty players and an enormous scenic equipment. "Thou Shalt Not Kill" is already one of the big successes of the present sea son, having been particularly well received in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newark. The play is said to be more than ordinarily in teresting, and has attracted large au diences everywhere it has been so far. Mr. AValter Newman of Rich mond is a member of this powerful attraction. 3f vr To the Gennett Tonight You May be Able to Capture a Black Eagle. The boys of Wayne Aerie 660 F. O. E. will don burnt cork and slap shoes tonight at the Gennett Theatre and will present a minstrel program that will prove to be the best ever given by local talent. The excellence of the production can be credited not to the boys alone, although they tonight will be the whole show, but to Manager Edward II. l ick, of the National Promoting Company, much of the credit is due. Having been as sociated with enterprises of this na ture for so long he knows just what the public Avants and also knows how to deliver the goods. Mr. Pick is well pleased with his cast and is confident that the show will make a big hit tonight and to morrow night. The "first part" will bq a beauty so far as stage setting goes, every member of the large cast appearing in full dress. The music, topical songs, ballads, "end stuff" etc., will be of a high order of excellence while the olio consisting of S string features will greatly please. The Gennett should be crowded to the doors and the prediction is made that big audiences will witness the show tonight and 'tomorrow night. Seats on sale at West cot t Pharmacy. IS G. G. & L. PART OF PAN HANDLE STORY OUT THAT THAT ROAD IS NOW OWNED BY B. & O. B.&O.IS PROPERTY OF P.R.R. John Coline spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ann strong. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cheesman and family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Commons of Centerville .recently. Mrs. Ona Ccckrell of Webster is 5 visiting her father, Mr. Geo. Culbert son. Mr. and Mrs. M. I). L. Keynolds, son of Ralph and Miss Pearl Davis visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis jus"t east of Olive Hill recent- iy. Mr. Walter Harris is suffering from a very severe attack of la grip. Anderson Toms and W. K. Chees man bought a very fine calf at Indi ' anapolis last week. Severe Just How This Transfer Will Effect Richmond NotKnown. It is stated by prominent railroad officials that a part of the C, II. & D. railroad will become the property of the 1'altimore and Ohio. It is said that a deal is positively on between the Erie and the C. II. & D. interests, despite the many de nials. 1 It is learned from an auihor ative source that besides a diffei ence in price there is also some ques tion about the Erie taking over all of the C, II. & I), properties. It is said that the Baltimore & Ohio will come in and acquire tlie C, C. & L. which would give the H. & O. S. W. a line to Chicago. It is said that the C, II. & D. lines from Cicinnati to Chicago will be of no benefit to the Erie and that the in terests controlling that road do not desire to purchase the whole sys tem. It is a well known fact that the Baltimore & Ohio is owned by the Pennsylvania System but operated as an independent line, as is ihn G. R. & I. If the B. & O. does assimi late the C. C. & L. and it is nearly certain that it will then, that road will be nothing but a branch of the Pan Handle. What the "Penny's" policy will be after the B. & O. ab sorbes "Tlie Straight Line" is a sub ject for a guessing contest. Until the threads are unraveled and the facts laid bare the local merchants and what they are "up against." One thing is certain, the C. Ii. & M. has led a strenuous life since the day it was born. When j-ou're broke the girls are shy They turn and fly as you come nigh I Brace up old man, show some pluck ;Take Rocky Mountain Tea; t'will j change vour luck. A. G. Luken & Co. Attend SIGHT SCHOOL : At the Business College. OR. laFRAIICO'S 0 COMPOUND. Safa. apMdy rtrulor: 25 ronta. Snntiti or mi Booklet free. IK. LaXKAX UO. rhllaJalptU. Sa I WIFE'S XMAS 'YOUR XMAS WILL NOT GOME TO EXPECTATIONS Head About to Burst From Bilious Attack. "I had a severe bilious attack and felt like my head was about to burst when I got hold of a freesample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. I took a dose of them after supper and the next day felt like a new man and have been feeling hap py ever since," says "Mr. J. W. Smith of Juliff, Texas. For bilious ness, stomach troubles and constipa- , lion tnese j.auieis nave iiu ajuai. Price 25 cents. For sale by A. G. Lu- Beware of Ointments for Catarrh ken & Co., and . 11. buahou, nitn Tnat Contain Mercuhy. and Main. I Hall's Fnmilv Pills are the- best. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole svstem when enter ing it through the mueuous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken in ternally, actins" directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in To ledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. , Without a pood range or Stove. The happiest women in town . have kitchens fittedOup by us. HARDWA flE b Store open every evening till Xmas FOUNTAIN CITY. Mrs. Daisy Barr, of Urbana, O., closed her series of meetings at the Friends' church on Friday night with good success. Miss Sadies Charles accidentally slipped in the house, while going from one room to the other last week and broke her left wrist. She is getting along as nicely as could be expected. Perviance Hunt and wife, or Arba, spent Sunday with liev. Luke Wood ard and wife. Neal Hull and wife, who went to Florida, a few weeks ago, returned home Monday on account of Mrs. Hull's health. Revival meetings are in progress at Center, northwest of here. The Union Christian Endeavor was held Sunday evening at the Methodist church. Walter Strong accidentally fell last Saturday evening at the K. of P. hall, while playing basketball, breaking his right wrist. The in jured member is getting along as nicely as it can in such a case. Miss Grace Birdsell is spending the week at Richmond, with her sis ter. Mrs. Irvin Johnson and family. ' Mrs. Sadie Williams, who has been , quite sick, is slowly improving. Rev. Gretta Retts preached an ex cellent sermon Sunday morning at the Friends' church. 011 ie Charles, who has been work ing for Marcus Thomas, for the past summer is going to his home in Spiceland this week. When you want a pleasant purga tive try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and produce no nausea, griping or other disagreeable effect. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co., and W. H. Sud hoff, fifth and Main. OLIVE HILL. Mr. Geo. Culbertson will move next Monday to make his home in Richmond. Mr. Jim Bushby purchased the property formerly owned by Geo. Culbertson and will continue in the grocery ubsiness. Mr. George Armstrong bought a fine horse from Wm. Blair of Wil liamsburg recently. Children eat, sleep and grow after taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Brings rosy cheeks, laughing eyes, good health and strength. A tonic for sickly children. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Iredell & Ferguson FOR Fire Insurance No. 4 North Ninth St. Richmond. NOTARY PUBLIC t buuwu - Iredell 8c Ferguson : GENNETT Theatre: IRA SWISHER Lessee and Manager. Thur. & Fri., Dec: 22-23 BIG EAGLE'S MINSTRELS Presented by Wayne Aerie F.O.E. MIrtli and Melody H I1IG OLIO FEATURES H lO FUNNY COMEDIANS lO Beautiful and Patriotic First Part with "My Own United Htates" flnale. This production will be staged by the National Promoting Co, Kdward II. Kick, manager. ADMISSION 50 CENTS Tickets now on sale.no extra charge for reserved seats. A Plat at Westcott Pharmacy. 50 CHORUS OF 50 TRAINED VOICES Augmented Orchestra M-I-M I I I I I I I I I T'I"I"I'. f RE-OPENED The Schneider Carriage Factory Has re-opened' at 47 It. 6tb Stfr Repairing, painting and rubber! 'tiring a specialty. New work made to order. niI ilMIiiM"H"M"l"l"Ii I I 1 11!' 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 tin equaled. A recent expression from T. J. JJcFarland, 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 beiran takinsr Dr. Kind's New Discovery, and a few HUGH L. SPINK. bottles wholly cured me." Equally Attorney at Law and Justice of th effective in curing all lung and I Peace. throat troubles, Consumption, Pneu-1 Prompt, personal attention to all monia and Grip. 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