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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29. 1904.
!"- . .n After Christmas comes the usual dosing out B KOKEN LOTS, ODD LOTS, HOLIDAY GOODS. Odd ot Fancy Writing Paper, worth 10c to $1. at just HALF PRICE. Odd lot Pin Cushions, worth up to $2 00 at just HALF PRICE. 2 dozen pretty Laundry Bags, worth up to 75c, to close, J 3c. All Dolls and Doll Heads, to close, HALF PRICE. HANDKERCHIEFS. 10 dozen beautiful Embroidered and Lace Trmimed, sold for 15c, 20c and 25c, your choice of entire lot to close, 3 for 25c. ' ifrM.MMll"M MI II Mil I'M1 1 I 'II T"? t "IT T T T-M-T-H; Prices Furnished by , Mather Bros. Co. Per -Ton Anthracite, all sizes Pocahontas Lump ...... 4.75 Jackson Lump, forked ..... 5.00 Winifrede Lump, forked .... 4.25 Pittsburg Lump Hocking Lump . 4.00 Indiana Lump t Nut and Slack S.oO DELIVERED BY TEAM 25c extra when carried in. Half Ton 4K3.00 2.50 2.65 2 25 2.25 2.15 l.OO 1.40 Wl 1 1 I 1 U 11 X X I 1 I IM I T T T T T T T T,T T T H- H-H' 4 JAHDARY 1ST, SUNDAY JANUARY 2ND NEW YEAR'S HOLIDAY. All deposits made on January 3rd, 1905, will draw inter est from January 1st, 1905, on account of the iW Year's holidays the first and second of the month. Start the New Year with a Savings Account. DICKINSON TRUST CO. When you want anything or have 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. ."V.V -A WANTED Washing and ironing at 309 south fifth street. Home Laun dry. 1314t. WANTED 10 men .in each S.tate to travel, tack signs and distribute samples and circulars of our goods -salary $75.00 per month, $3.00 per day for expenses. ; Kuhlman Co.. Deoartment W. d28-2m WANTIJD--Boarders and roomers at Tfe 9th st. , ; . : c FOR SALE. Richmond property a specialty, McNeil & Porterfield, 920 Main, tf FOR SALE A good Indianapolis business college scholarship. Call at Palladium. tf FOR SALE Want ads one-half a cent a word.- tf "WANTED- A girl to do general h:H housework at 1804 N. F. street. ;1WANTED--Furnished rooms, cen tral location, good reference. Ad ; dress Box 156. WANTED A good girl to work at Mrs. Owen" Carroll's, 309 north twelfth street. , . WANTED A girl to do general housework at 1804 N. F. St. FOR SALE A life scholarship in Johnson's Practical School of Tel egraphy and Railroading. Any voting man contemplating practical railroading or telegraphy, will do well to buy this scholarship, which se will sell reasonable. tf 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 Two houses, good con dition, one new, N. 17th St Call 1804 N. F. street. FOR RENT Furnished house. Call at" 304 north fifteenth. Home phone 1291. , FOR RENT 8 room house, 402 N. 19th. Phone 497. 18tf LOST OR STRAYED. LOST Monday night, in Ft. Wayne avenue, between Sixth and Eighth streets, package of clothing. Re turn to 211 North Sixth street. LOST Ten dollar bill somewhere between Nixon's candy store and Neff & Nusbaum's shoe store. Re turn to 916 Main street. Reward. LOST Saturday night on Main street. A gold watch and fob. Please return to Iliff's Store and get reward. FOUND A door key at Fletcher's. FOUND Ladies' dressing jacket Owner can have same by calling at 311 S. 12th street. LOST Gold broch with opal in cen ter last Sunday evening, on south 14th or 15th streets Return to 408 south fifteenth street LOCAL BREVITIES. Underwear at " Fletcher's. tf Mr. E. P. Palmer, of Indianapolis, visited Richmond friends Tuesday and Wednesday Drs. Pierce and Chenoweth, Den tists, Colonial Bldg., corner seventh and Main, third floor. Phone 1637. 4-eod-lmo. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Ferguson and daughter returned to Logansport yesterday, after visiting at the home of G. W. Neff since Saturday. 4- -X- A new line of Stay and Kokobola Toilet Articles and Perfumes at Ad ams Drug Store. 17tf. 4fr 45 45 Henry Brockman, of Stuart, Neb., after visiting his sister, Louise El stro, for three weeks, started on his return trip yesterday. - Take the Dayton & Western cars o the New edar Springs 4Hotel, now open. tf E. L. Huffman and family return ed to their home at Sharpsville yes terday, after visiting the family of A. R. Hoffman since Saturday. Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold. Rentals $3 to $5 per month. Repairs and ribbon for all machines. Burr, W. U. Tel. office. Phone 26. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and son, Vern, returned to their home at Elwood, yesterday, after visiting J. P. Leab and family since Monday. Guns and Shells, Wakings. 23-eu- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen and lit tle son returned yesterday from New Castle, where they had been visiting friends since last Saturday. 4fr Try a want ad. Phone 21. I want the cash to make the fol lowing loans, with all good, first class mortgage loans: two $450, one $S00, one $1,100, one $650. 29-6 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ehlen and son, of Ludda Falls, Ohio, are ' visiting Eli Good and family, of this city. Children's caps at 25c each, Shar key's millinery store, 7 South Sev enth street. tf A number of teachers of the pub lic schools went to Indianapolis yes terday to attend the Teachers' As sociation meeting. Dr. Park for high class dentistry, 8 N. Tenth street. Lady assistant. Mrs. S. E. Hoffman returned yes terday to her home at Arcanum, after visiting the family of C. A. Olinger since atnrday. -5? If Santa has brought you a violin, mandolin, or Guitar see Henry F. Kamp for lessons. 28-6 The Muction Sale Closed Today and we wish to thank the public for their liberal patronage. WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS AND AS WE HAVE 'MANY ODDS AND ENDS, WE WILL QUOTE AUCTION PRICES TO ANY ONE WISHING TO PURCHASE ANYTHING IN OUR LINE FOR THE NEXT TEN OR FIFTEEN DAYS. REMEMBER AUCTION PRICES PREVAIL THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK, SO IF YOU WANT BARGAINS, COME IN AND SEE US. J. Lo SEIWER T9 . Wholesale and Retail Jevselers, 704 Main st. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kahle returned j to their home at Columbus, Ohio, yesterday, after a short visit with friends in this city. ii- Don't do without polo news. If the boy happens to miss you please phone 21, and we will appreciate it. Mrs. Sue Clark and Miss Emma Rust have returned from Indiana polis, where they were the guests of relatives and friends for the past few days. Do you want a good little farm with many advantages. Call on J. E. Moore, over 6 north seventh St. 20-tf. Miss Louise Woerner, who has been the guest of local friends for a few days, returned home to Eaton, Ohio, yesterday. W. S. Kaufman has returned from a business trip to New Castle. Gas Fitting Done by William Wa king guaranteed. Phone 506 23-eod-7t. The Misses Zella and Louise Shep herd, of Cincinnati, are visiting Mary E. Dickinson, 229 North Seventh street. 4f -tt Rev. -Stephen S. Myrick has re-J signed Ins charge at west rJKton, u. and goes to Baltimore to take up work there. Dwyer Matched With Leonard, Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 29. One of the most interesting wrestling matches ever held in this city will take place tonight at the Grand Opera house when Charles Leonard of Newark, N. J., will meet Prof M. J. Dwyer, of this city. The men will fight caitch-as-catch can. Leonard is one of the best men in middleweight circles and the old wrestling partner of Roeber, who was practically the wrestling champion , of America for several years. Prof. Dwyer is at present en gaged as boxing and wrestling in structor of the Atlantic Athletic Club. The men will weigh below 170 pounds. The winner will get 75 per cent, of the gate receipts while the loser corals 25 per cent. Eckman Released. Yesterday morning Oscar Poe, who was accused of cutting Tell Eckman at a dance on last Satur dav evening, was released by Mayor Zimmerman pending further investi gation of the trouble. Poe claimed that he had nothing whatever to do with the trouble. Eckman was not badly cut and is not suffering from his wound. The police will conduct a further investigation and endeav or to find out who did do the cutting. : McNeill & Porterfield : REAL- ESTATE DEALERS NEWSPAPER INTERESTS IN COMBINATION ! A recent invention has revolutionized the art of making print ing inks, and a substantial reduction in the' cost of manufacture has given The Standard Ink Works such a strategical advantage over their competitors in the ink trade that the editors and pub lishers who control and largely own the business have decided to invite the financial co-operation of the general public in an im mediate enlargement of the working plant. The purpose of corporation is to secure to American newspa pers the absolute control of their ink supply independently of any industrial combination or other outside influence, and, at the same time, to make money for its stockholders through the sale of printing inks to publishers and printers in all parts of the civilized world. j The corporation owns and operates, in New York City, a print ing ink factory having a capacity of 10,000 pounds of printing ink a day. The factory is equipped with the latest and most highly improved machinery for the manufacture of all grades colors of printing inks. - , The corporation owns and operates, outside of New York, a modern and fully equipped factory for the preparation of the materials from which printing inks are made. This factory repre sents an outlay of between $50,000 and $100,000 in cash. It has a capacity at present of $100,000 pounds a day. ' ' It is the intention of the corporation to bring the capacity of its New York City factory up to the full capacity of the works. By reason of the recent improvement in the , quality of the materials and the reduction in the cost of the manufacture, the corporation is able to offer to investors this plain business pro position: It can manufacture better printing inks at a lower cost than any other maker of inks in existence. It can sell good inks for less than it costs other concerns to make poor ink, and still earn generous dividends on its outstanding investment. The profits of manufacture, under the new and more favorable con ditions, will range from 100 per cent to 300 per cent. The corporation has no debt, no preferred stock, no bonds. All stock is common stock, full-paid and non-assessable. Only stock actually issued counts as capital. Dividends are paid only on issued stock. The activf: management of the business is in the hands of pra tical and experienced men, all except two of whom have had many years' experience as editors and publishers. The Execu tive Board of Directors is made up as follows: Major General Oliver Otis Howard, U. . S. Army (retired), Burlington, Vermont; Robert Ilunt Lyman, 53-63 Park Row, New York City; Henry W. B. Howard, Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.; B. Peele Willett, 142 Fifth Avenue, New City; Hiram C. Haydn, 173 Bellflower Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, : Edward B. Smith, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York City; William Wilard Howard, 17 Broadway, New York City. ' For the purpose of extending its business by the construction in New York City of a larger factory for the manufacture on an extensive scale of all grades and colors of printing inks, the par ent corporation now offers for sale a limited allotment of its cap ital stock at the low price of fifty cents a share (par value, $1,00 full paid and non-assessable.) When this sale is closed (which may be at any time without 'ice), the price of stock will be advanced to $1.00 a share. Subscriptions lo this allotment of stock should be sent to Mr. illiam Willard Howard, Treasurer, 17 Broadway, New York City. ' Circulars describing the enterprise in detail will be sent free to any address on application. the aeT"y necK ' - band There are two kinds of catsup. Columbia, "The Un colored Catsup," with the color and flavor of the perfect tomato a ',. pure product. And catsup "tinted" with cochineal or coal tar to look like tomato. COLUMBIA CONSERVE COMPANY. LSDIJLNAPOUS, ISD. t V i V ' 4' 1 a ' i- J EM V. w 5 4 .:M.L 4 ,