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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1904.
3C 3C Christmas. The Holiday of Holidays only a Few Days More! 1 c- - y ' Have you prepared for this joyful occasion? 'Tis a time all hearts should be happy. Let us assist you in making this happy event a most joyful one. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Thursday, Friday, Saturday Gats at smallest cost that should induce early buying. Table Linens and Towels at io Per Cent. Discount, Tnurs., Friday, Sat. Pretty Sprochtals, Table Covers and Scarfs, worth 50c, special 23c Better Sprochtals, Table Covers and Scarfs, worth $1.00, special 50c Battenberg Doylies, special 10c Teuriffe Doylies, special 20c 10c Fleeced Wrapper Goods, special, a yard 5 c Heavy Fancy Light and Dark OutiDgs, worth 121c. special, a yard 83c Fine White Dimities, worth 8Jc, special, a yard, ,41c 12 c Fleeced Wrapper Goods, special, a yard . . . . 10c Ladies' Shirt Waists at greatly reduced pric3S, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 14-in. Dressed Dolls, while they last 23c Holiday Leather Bags Splendid Leather Bags, worth 75c, special 49c Leather Bags, worth 50c, special 35c Splendid values at $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 to $8 50 Christmas Umbrellas Three Grand Specials Special good black twill cov ers, natural handles, steel rod special 49c $1.50 Umbrellas, gloria cover.gold and silver trimmed pearl handles, tempered s1 eel frame, special $1.00 $3.00 fine guaranteed black rain proof silk taffeta cover, double ribbing, patent slide, special.. $1.98 Fine Perfumery. Lundborgs German Perfume We furnish the bottle. LH7 of the Valley, Violet, Swiss Lilac, White Rose, Jockey Club, worth 50c an oz. Spcial Thursday, Friday and Saturday .... 20 oz 1 0c per half oz. Men's Fine Furnishings at Special Prices. Fancy Suspenders in Boxes, Pret.yTies, Fancy Socks, New Shirts, Kid Gloves, Mufflers, and Underwear as SPECIAL PRICES. LADIES' CLOAKS, Suits, Skirts and FursTat Greatly Reduced Prices Thursday, Friday and Saturday. X in as Papertries Ladies' ali appreciate fancy writing paper. Special lOcper box to S1.50 Ladles' Fancy Combs. Shell. Amber and White in ide Combs and back Combs Single and m-Utlud st-.all t 10 per cent. D1SCount Thursday, VrUay t;4 1 , ti . Handkerchief u..UiU. Handkerchiefs For ALL at ALL f KlCLo. Fine Cut Glass at Special Holiday Prices. Ladies' Fancy Collars, Beautiful Effects, 10c to $2.60. Lace Curtains, Portierre Curtains. 10 per cent Dis count for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. V. .', s Prices Furnished by Mather Bros. Co, Anthracite, a'l sizes . . Pocahontas Lump . . . Jackson Lump, forked . Winifrede Lump, forked Pittsburg Lump .... Hocking Lump . . . . Indiana Lump Nut and Slack Per Ton Half Ton . . . . $7.50 $:.o .... 4.75 S.50 .... 5.00 3.05 .... 4.25 2 25 .... 4.25 2.25 .... 4.00 2.15 . . . . 50 l.OO . . . . 3.50 l.lO LOCAL BREVITIES. Underwear at Fletcher's. -X- tf DELIVERED BY TEAM 25c extra when carried in. frM-H-ir I I I I I I I ! 'I l"l-H"I"I"I"IiiIiiIi I'M -Ml-I-IW : 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 aceount ; 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. mlxmm 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 A good girl to work at Mrs. Owen Carroll's, 309 north twelfth street. Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-Imo. C. A. Styer, of Kokomo,, was in this city yesterday on business, w -X- Bennett Homemade Bread and nice Potato Chips at lladley Bros. tf. - Don't forget that Friday is the last day for sending contributions to the Santa Claus fund. .. jj 200 gallons of fresh oysters for the holidays at Price's. 21-3 X- w All Eagles having tickets for sale will please be prepared to settle for same this morning. -X- -X- Childrens Christmas books, Mor ris & Co.'s. 22-3t Potato Chips at lladley Bros. -X- tf Baby Shoes at Humpe's. -X- -X- See the china display at the Hoos ier Mercantile Comapny fifty cents on the dollar. X- -X- -X- -X- Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 -X- -X- Ffty cents on the dollar on china at Hoosier Mercantile Company. Meitzler's Ciirar Store for a fine A new line of Stay and Kokobola ' smoie 712 Main. tf Toilet Articles and Perfumes "at Ad ams Drug Store. 17tf. X- -X- Holiday novelties at Macke's. 21-3t -X- -x- Perfumes, brushes, shaving mugs and toilent articles at McDonnell's drug store, 730 Main street. 21-3t -x- -x- -x- Lovely boxes filled with delicious chocolates, half pounds up to five at Price's. 21-3 -X- Children's caps at 25c each, Shar key's millinery store, 7 South Sev enth street. tf x- -X- Xmas slipper at Humpe's. tf X- -X- -X- Suit cases at Macke's. 21-3t -x- -x- Ilalcey Marehant is heme from Purdue to spend Christmas. X- -X- Xmas leggins at Humpe's. tf -X- Meitzler's Cigar Store will open about December 20, 712 Main. tf -x- -x- Fancy fruit baskets tilled to order at Price's. 21-3 'X- X -X- Don't fail to buy your china fifty cents on the dollar at the Hoosier Mercantile Company. ! Ray Casley has returned home n T 1 , . 1 1 1 Fine Imported Trained Singing Canaries, Talking Parrots, Goldfish and supplies. For a short time only at 627 Main Street 2, Before purchasing a Christmas present for your Wife, Mother or Sweetheart do not fai" to call and inspect our beautiful display of Singer Sewing Machines. The Singe mfg. Co. Home Phone 1009. 500 Main Street. Ask, fcr. Sirr.tr Inittc Tcr 1SC5 Gold spectacles, Jenkins'. 13-10 from Purdue to spend his holiday WANTED Place to do light house work. Call at 1410 North II street. 20-2 WANTED Five copies of December number of Everybody's Magazine. Depot News Stand. 13-7t FOB SALE. i)R SALE A good Indianapolis business college scholarship. - Call at Palladium. tf FOR SALE Want ads one-half a cent a word. tf FOR SALE Johnson's egraphy a young man. railroading " veil to f buy will sell ! A life scholarship in Practical School of Tel nd Railroading. Any , contemplating 'practical or telegraphy, will do this scholarship, which reasonable. '"' - tf FOR SALE Sleigh, cheap, GO South Sixteenth street. 20-2 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 S room house, 402 N. Choice perfumery forms an ideal gift for young or old boys girls young men young wom enthose in middle life or in life's decline. There is a pleasing bit of senti ment about perfumes and their use that adds to their use as Christmas gifts. The place to buy high-grade per fumes is at your druggist's. Come in and select your packages we have them from 25 cts to $2.00 all choice true flower odors lasting in qual ity. We have all the famous makes including Rieger's, made in Cali fornia, where the flower's grow... Court House Pharmacv LOST OR STRAYED.1 FOUND A fur cape, corner of North i Thirteenth and G streets, about a week ago. Owner can have same by calling at White- . waiter school. s LOST A striped lap robe. Leave at this office and get reward. TINE LINE OF LADIES' PATENT LEATHERS AT $2 A PAIR. RICHMOND SHOE CO. I9th. Phone 497. IStf Corner Eighth and Main. fc r Vv Fine chocolates and bon bons, our own make, 25e a pound. Makeley & Harkness. 21-3t 3f Miss Hat tie Sills, of Milton, who was visiting friends in this city, has returned home. -K -55- 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. Fur Gloves at Macke's. 21-3t Mandolines, guitars, violins and all kinds of musical instruments at Knode's music store for Xmas pres ents. 21-3 Myron Malsby, a Culver Military Academy student, will be home to spend his vacation during the holi days. The largest and finest line of fresh candies at the Greek Candy Store. Don't wait until the last day, but come now to the Greek Candy Store for your Christmas candies. "We guarantee that you will be better pleased if you buy your candies here than any where else in town. The Greek Candy Store. w w Haisley's special slipper sale. - Vi" 4 .. vc There is a certain correct style about , the .suits, and overcoats made bv Emmons Tailoiing Co., at $15 and $is. Xmas shoes at Humpe's. tf Miss Barbara Baker, of Earlham College, is spending the holidays at her home in Huntington. vacation. -5f Order your ice cream and ices for Christmas dinner at Makeley & Harkness. 21-3t Xmas Turkeys at lladley Bros. tf Gold eye glasses. Jenkins. 13-10 FRANK LANE FOR XMAS TUR KEYS.. PHONE 773. - ism Queen Quality shoes at Humpe's. ..!. .V. See -Humpe's window for presents. vr vC- -sf Mrs. Charles Lawson, of Anderson is visiting local friends and relatives during the holidays. The swellest thing in the city Meitzler's Cigar Store. tf Gold eye glasses, Jenkins. 13-10 Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. 13-10 3 4 4 Beautiful gold eye glass chains, Jenkins. 13-10 Mrs. Bowers, of Boston, was in the city yesterday shopping. Pocket books, bill folds and purs es at McDonnell's drug store, 730 Main street. 21-3t. Latest sheet music at Knode's mu sic store. . 21-3 Books! Books!! Christmas books at Morris & Co.'s. 22-3t w Miss Irene" Wilson, of Earlham, is: spending her holiday vacation with her parents at Newcastle; ji a. 3&. i t A See the special offer made by the Hoosier Mercantile Conpany on china only three days. JM Jk JJ 10 , per cent, discount on slippers at Haisley's. 7. vr sr vr Mrs. George Mansfield, of Boston, was in Richmond yesterday. We manufacture all our own can dies and guarantee them to be pure and wholesome. See our big assort ment. The Greek Candy Store. "5 Candv horse shoes, candy canes, eandy baskets, at Makeley & Hark ness. 21-3t The very best ice cream for recep tions and the holidays. Leave or ders at Price's. 21-3 Holly, Holly, Holly with red ber ries, wreaths, evergreens, etc. Phone 292 lladley Bros. tf Holiday neckwear and gloves at Macke's. 21-3t Saturday Evening Pest and La dies' Home Journal. Combination of fer for $2.25 at Bart el's Stationery Store. Special otter on other combina tions. Call for circular at our store. 20-2t The Hoosier Mercantile Company is doing fine with the "three days' sale of china flftv cents on the dol lar. Ladies' $5.00 shoes for $4.00 at Haislevs'. Take the Dayton & Western cars o the New Cedar Springs Hotel, now open. tf Typeeriters, 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. vi v i 100 fine large gold fish jast receiv ed at Price's. " 21-3 3 vS Miss Allie Paddock, of Campbells- ; town, Ohio, was in the city yester day shopping. -55- 4p Xmas rubber boots at Humpe's. 45- -35 ' Don't do without polo news. If j the boy happens to miss you please i phone 21, and we will appreciate it. Do you want a good little farm with many advantages. Call on J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St. 20-tf. - Beautifully decorated boxes filled with fine chocolate at Price's. 21-3 Fancy work of all kinds, Oriental goods and novelties at f. C. Brad bury's, 1015 Main. 22-2t California crystalized fruits in 4 lb. and 1 lb. boxes at Price's. 21-3 Gift books pictures, games, Morris & Co.'s book store. 22-3 1 Christmas shopping is at its height at the Hoosier Mercantile Company. 5C- A very fine and. reliable stock of Silverware, Carving Sets, Razors, Skates, Pocket Cutlery, etc., for Christmas, at very reasonable prices, at Irvin Keed's Hardware Store, 'cor ner Seventh and Main streets. 1G-9 w Persons desiring candies in fancy boxes for Christmas presents should see the display of fine importaed boxes at the Greek Candy Store. The prices range from 20c to $G.00. We make special prices on can dies to Sunday Schools, Churches and teachers. The Greek Candy Store. ALL THIS WEEK GREATEST ORANGE SALE OF THE SEASON. HADLEY BROS. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A meeting of the shareholders in the Second National Bank of Rich mond, Ind., will he held at 1 o'clock p. m., at the banking house on Tues day, January 10th, 1905, for the pur pose of electing nine directors to serve the ensuing year, and the tran saction of any other business that mav come before the meeting, v' JOHN B. DOUGAN, President. Dec. 22-20t TURKEYS .TURKEYS .TURKEYS Any size you want. Send in your order. Call and see our bisr 35 lb. turkev. j22-3t HADLEY BROS. O 3k. & X1 O XI 3C A. m Bears the - s9 lt H2?a BOTt of QUAKER CITY POULTRY MAR KET FOR XMAS TURKEYS. PHONE 393. l&-7t