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The PALLADIUM will he found at the following places: Palladium Office. t Westcojt Hotel- Arlington Hotel.1, Union News Company Depot Gates' Cigar Stotfe;"West Mali The Empire Cigar Store. TWO CENTS AT ALL PLACES, OF SAVE. ' ' ' ' FRIDAT,"-APKTEr 27 1906: ALCOHOL BILL DOOMED. That the alcohol bill is doomed is the' dplnloiT of" tKoio who ' know" in' Washington JSeverat members of the comjnlUee. upnanancerwhich: is led and dominated by Senator Aldrlch, L father-in-law of J. D. "Rockefeller, Jr., whose; father 8(..greatest interest, the Standard Oil " Trust, is threatened by the .bill" for ' untaxed denaturlzed ' alco holstate ' they believe'' in ' the 'princi ple involved 'iri'the measure,' but insist they' must take some time" to study the 'subject Ju'st the same old stale Senate trick of delay. The Senate stilt believes thatiMIf it can delay action long enough on,Rymeaaur, it-can eventually be killed aHthe peopled will forget about'IC But th&cnate ii liv ing . In the past, and Unless Itqults misrepresenting" tne'commdn'people of this' country U'wilT qhltt'linjr Walte' up some day to find Itself ti thinft the past Today the citizens of the ..jilt ed States realize how urgent is the need for reform, rfid they are fast be coming - impatient .at . the dlliatory methods pursued by the Senate; Fur thermore, even if the people were in clined to forget; their : needs they .would not be allowed to do so by the decent press1 of ' the nation'.' And by the decent press we mean "the news papers that are not owned by and op erated in the - Interests of the . great corporations. The free alcohol bill opens the way to throttle the greatest evil j this, coiinfry has to face, the Standard Oil Trust. And the Standard Oil Trust isjio powerful in the Senate .whl9&lssupppsed' to represent all the people'of this country", thai it declares, that the measure shall -not be passed. Everyon'6"of "ouf rrtrillona of farmers re Vitally' interested" in1 thevf roe" 'alco: hoi bill, and if they are wise they will write, at once ; to their respective Sen ators urging them not to kill the bill. Rockefeller" and his 'precious' bunch of confederates i 'should .'' no longer he al lowed,' to, say what this country shall or shaU not have. Such men as Sen ator Aldrich should be thrown out of office, and they should be thrown hard enough to land with a' good 'thud. It is a disgrace to any Intelligent 1 state to have such men as representatives. Indiana' may thank its' lucky stars' it has two 'such' decent men as iievef idge and IleraenVa' as its' representatives In the 'United "States Senate"; HAIL THE CIGARETTE. ! f : ; r.r . , - Hats off to the cigarette Such at least is the attitude of the Indiana supreme court' Wo, do not mean that the supreme court has bowed to the cigarette In rendering "its latest' decis ion' , in regard, to the use of "coffin' nails' but that - the laws' of the land hold it unconstitutional to prohibit a man from using them' it ho wish'' to.' - Yes terday the supreme court decided that it was lawful for anyone to have 'cigar . ettes In ' hta iossbssion jand to smoke vjtheni. It Is unlawful. however, .for a dealer to sell cigarettes, or for one per son to give . them to another. This decision is In accord with the decision . and action of Judge" Wbalen In India napolis, who has refused to prosecute peopla for either smoking cigarettes or having theni in 'their ''possession.' To somo the new ruing wilt be agreat relief, and to others' a great disappoint- ment. There will bo no more. secret smoking. At the same time "the use of cigarettes will Increase without a doubt, and It will be up to the anti- tgaretters" to . devfse' some ; other . . rf . ... .. ieans to stop their excessive use. MAKE IT $1,500. ; The Palladium's fund: for the San. Francisco sufferers has passed the $1,000 mark and is well on the way to wards. $1,100. The fund should reach $1,500 at least, and prospective con- tribtttors need not , in .the, slightest bedisjeouraged from sending In mon ey because of the reports" that more than enough money has already been raised. On the , contrary' when the caring for 300,000 homeless people Is considered it becomes apparent how much money will really be needed. A great many1 people have proved their generosity by contributing; liberally "to the relief fund.but there are hundeds of more people in Richmond and Wayne county; who hare as yet done nothing. Many of these doubtless feel that their 'contributions would not he large enough to count. But they make a great mistake in thinking1 this, as every contributon, whether large or srtiall,' Is welcome.' The spirit prompt ing a small contribution is Just the same" as vthat which prompts 'a large contribution. ' So send in your offering no matter if it be five cents or even less. It will be received in. the name of the suffering victims of San Fran cisco'Wlth thariksT CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION. The citizens of Richmond will be pained to' learn that " their ' education has been neglected. But no less au thority 'than :EE; Witherby, the: repi resentativQ of the eastern capitalists who are negotiating for" the purchase pf the Municipal Lighting plant, has said so, and therefore it must be true. Mr. Witherby, however, deeply de plores the" ignorance of the citizens :of our city, and prompted by" his' well known philanthropic spirit, is going to inaugurate a campaign of education. Mr. Witherby's educationol plan is primarily for the voters, ; and is to Eradicate from ' their ' minds' all bel lef In municipal ownership of public util ities',' especially' as' applied" to ' the' ownership of the Richmond Municipal Light plant. , Part of the plan involves the use of several clever newspaper men who are handy with their pencils, according to what Mr. Witherby Is al leged to have said shortly before leav ing town. In view of this it will be interesting to see eventually' what Richmond newspaper conies out for Belling' the plant V CAMBRIDGE CITY fk rPaltaft!o.ni ftpecjat. ... :jC!nibridge City, April .26. Mr. Guy Kltterma'n, cashier' at the First Nat loBtubank has mortsa his ramily from Gret-nsfork into' the Jacobs property, NorthuJqnes .St . ... . Mr. no'.' Mosbaiigh of eru.is here, visitlng'.his parents Mr.'and Mrs. F. C. Moshaugh. . jMiss Beatrice Swaltow'of near Har vey's crossing was ."JEhe guest . of her grandmother Mrs. Levlne Swiggett yesterday,', ... I. v , -' 'A large; number oi ladies ,of this, city attended the skattng ' rihlv ' at Dublin Wednesday afternoon. TheMlssion' .being ,. conducted by Father Qillis at St., Elizabeth's Catho-.' He church for. Non .Catholics is being largely attended." The subject for. to night. . is "Confession of sins to a t.',Miss Catherine Puslnelll ls at India napolis this week visiting her cousin Mrs. Louis Basey. 1 . Misses Rachel Thomag.iand Lois Mc CUung'of Milton visited the high school in this city Tuesday afternoon. . Mrs..jJajmesPersQnette .of Jackson burg: was the '"guest of friends in this city Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. R. ,W.Hall of Rich mond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Callaway Tuesday evening. i Mr. and Mrs..,.Jno. ..Thurman have moved, their, household goods to Milton where they will make their future home. Mrs. Henry Stofer who was serious ly injured at her home on West Church Bt. about a "month ago ahd for; a time : was.. thought .'to.be fatally injured is slowly improyjng. , t . ( Mr. and Mrs. A" G. Miller of' Jack ponburg were the guests pf Mrs. Silas Spetllt at' her home on East Main' St. Tuesday,. .. f ... .......... Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burroughs and daughter Esther have returned to thelthome at Jasksohhurg' after a'few days visit with . Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Scott at' their home on East Church Btreet. FOUNTAIN CITY. r . . .. rallajiuiri Special. .. Fountain City, April 26. Miss Mat tie' Harris has moved to Richmond. Charley Keever has commenced re modeling his jewelry store. ; Word has beeji ' received here that Ed Dalby, is a grandfather, as his son Abner and wife of Brookville, Ohio are the.p.roud parents pf a baby girl which came to their hpme last week. ; Mrs., Frank Moorman of Cambridge atr is visiting Mr. and ' Mrs. Frr.nk Williams, ... fi ( , Miss Emma Stegall of Williamsbutg Is, hero, visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Williams.' ,. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keever were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alexander at Chester Sunday, . . . v Mr. and Mrsl Rev. Bailey are vis iting relatives, at New Castle. Mri arid Mrs. Orlie Hinshaw south of town" are remodeling their dwell- ins- Clarence Keever is expected home from Tipton! Sunday to spend the day with his, parerrta." Mrs. Clyde" I'o'wers and daughter1 of ' Indianapolis, are here isiting M. M. Lacey and family. '-:, - My residence isVmtlifr St. No. 93S. Vault . cleaning, phoib?. Call on A. Gv Luken for deodeUer or disinfec tant S 23-6t' I BE AWARDED Trr-CoQnty Farmers. Institute Now Being Arranged For; CASH PRIZES PROVIDED. INDUCEMENTS HELD OUT FOR . FARMERS TO MAKE EXHIBITS OF CORN MADe'dURING THE INSTITUTE." Arrangements are under way this far in advance " for the" Trl-County Farmers institute to be held next Feb ruary .. at Cambridge . City: Wayne, Fayette arid Henry Counties' will par ticipate. The announcement Is made of the cash awards to be provided for the best exhibit of corn. The classes are "as follows: Premiums offered by the tri -county Farmers Institute to be held at Cam bridge" City,' February, 1907. Open to entries from , Wayne, Fayette and Henry counties. Class 1 Yellow corn. First prem ium',' $3; second " premium, $2; third premium, $1. Class :2 White corn. . First : prem ium $3; second premium, $2; third premium; $1. . Conditions: Each exhibit must con sist of ten ears and must be in place the first day of the: Institute'.1 All corn exhibited in classes 1 and. 2 shall be come the property; of.the'lnstitute and will be sold at auction on the after noon of the last day. Class 3 Seed corn breeding. First premium, $8; second premium, $5; third premium; $S. Conditions: ' (1) The corn shown in class 3 must have been "grown in a plat of not less than ten'" rows (the plat may be on the south or west side of a cornfield). (2) Each row, must be planted with seed from a' single ear. (3) Every alter nate row' must be detassled promptly and completely. (4) the ten ears ex hibited must have been taken from a detassled row. (5) Those Intending to make entries in this class must notify . the chairman of the institute during May. The progressive farmer.it is. declar ed in the announcement, should be come interested in -the corn breeding problem to educate the nisei vs to a higher, standard : of corn", cultivation,' greater , vitality and increased, .yield per acrer 'and' the 'premiums offered by the institute should be an inceptive to. promote" a better quality of corn "in this part of the State. CENTERVILLE. PaUailluiii Special. I ' Cente'rville! 'April 26. Mr. and 'Mrs? John Maxwell of Richmond spent Sun day. with Mrs. Nancy Jenkins. . Mrs." D. F. Lee' of Zidnsville, irid returned home Wednesday after a brief visit to her sister Mrs. W. A. Wel fer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Majcellus Beitzell, Mrs. Sarah. Gentry and Mrs. Irene Walker, attended the funeral of Mr. JJeitzeirs cousin' Charles Fryburger, at 'Conners vllle Wednesday. . ' Mrs.' Frankliri " Young'1 is visiting in Indlariapolls.' . .. ,; Mrs. Robert Randell arid Mrs. Eliza Morris," of Richmond were guests" of Mfs.': Helen "V Austin,5 Tuesday.' , ; George Watt arid his daughter. Miss Lizzie, of Conriersville, and Mrs. . Ada Kepler of Richmond spent ' Monday with Mrs. Nancy Jenkins and daugh ter. r MtkV'A. Reynolds of Richmond,' was the guest of Mrs." Di. J.: Mendeiihall on Monday., . v Mf. and Mrs. M. L. Fender enter tained II.. V. Colvln and family of Richmond, and Mr. t arid .Mrs. Joseph Helms,' south of Centerville, last Sun day. , .. . ! Mrs.' Emellne Adams of Morgan town is" visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A: Welfefl OLIVE HILL. . ' '. . . . lEalladlum Special.., OLj . .)t Olive Hill, April 26. The little twindaughters of jMr. 'and Mrs Burt Tuttle died Tuesday, i . Miss Flora Stlgleman visited at Camden, O., last week.' , .Ollle King visited her daughter, at Milton Saturday and Sunday. - .James Busby went to Fountain City Sunday, - r . . . .Ollie King has employed Robert Medearis .and Frank Taylor to trim shade trees. . ,.v .. Bertha McNutt and'jlmmle Arm strong visited Harvie Townson"last Friday. GREENSFORK.' : -. .. .lPa,llKliura.SpocIal, t , ... , , Greerisfork, April 26. The ' f un'e'raf of Fannie Mettert aged sixteen o:cur ed at Sugar Grove Monday afternoon. Services were -conducted by Rev. Love of Indianapolis... .. . Mrs. Thomas Ta.rkleson t and child ren are' giiesfs1" of" rolctive's at New Castle. . ..I-..-., ,.. ...... MisV Leriora Fox' visited her sister Mrs. IJarJey Benbow ot Hagerstown last week. ' The Chapman 'orchestra rendered the music for the . Jacksonburg com mencement exercises . List Saturday night. , . Rfv Ida. Pare" preached at" the Friend's church last Sunday , Mrs JEya Cain spen: Sunday and Monday at home. . . .1 .: Mrs.' Lute "ltafielcC a"h.tl .daughter Hazet spent Wer.es-lay in Richmond. Mr."onKFU;4tv-.5 returned from a week's visit in Richmond. , ;AMlss EramgL, "pean of 'Chicago 5s the guest of relative? here.i; j I JJLrs..Suo Gavlor of RicTtmond spent Sunday here. ; Mrs. Fred,Personette-.ofnkhart is the guest Qf her parents Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. SThai-pr " . ' LARGECLASSRAOUATtD EXERCISES AT BETHEL The Common Schools of Frankliri i Township Concluded Years Works Interesting PrOQram-Wai Large At- tendance of School Patrons. tPaltaliutn Speclal.1 .Bethel, April 26.The' annual com mencement of the Franklin Township common schools was held - tonight' There was a large attendance and the program which was previously pub lished proved of great interest: The graduates were : . Frances R.' Harlan, Haze Al Hard ing DerniceE. Anderson. Mary B. Davis, Etta A. Hill, Verna Hill, Russell M. Wiley, Edna Darland, Alta M. Skin ner, Chester Haisley, Fred Hill, Nina Knoll, Phineas Young, Laura Welsh, Blanche Jennings, Ralph Taylor, Oscar White, Frank'Nicholson, Russell Hfatt,' Raymond Knoll, ifary White : School officers Teachers: District No. I. George B. Hunt, Minnie Tilson. District No. 2, Foster B. Curtis. Dis trict No. 3, Frank Smith. District No. 5, Joe C. Burgess, Zona M. Graves, District No. 7, Ethel V. Gifford. Superintendent, Charles W.. Jordan. Ten cents admission was charged. HAD NARROW ESCAPE. Dr. S. "M. Hicks and Son Louis "Were In Midst of San Francisco Disaster. Dr. Si M. Hicks and his son, Louis Hicks formerly of Richmond escaped from the. earthquake . and fire .in San Francisco barely with their lives arid the clothing they wore Mr,. Hick's office was in the 'Acaderiiy of Scie'nce building destroyed oil' Tuesday morri- Ingas was the house in which he and nis wire nyea.- . i ney escaped and lied to Mrs. Hick's residence on Leaven-, worth . street,' ' where the fire soon fol lowed. They are at preserit at Ala hieda with 'friends. J. C. Lemon of Liberty has been visiting here. Grant Colby" has returned from' a business trip to St. Louis. Miss" JtisEfphine 'Vbenef of STE." Louis is the guest of relatives in this city: C. D. Grant has.' returned toflndla napolis' aft'ef a visit ' in.' this . city. : Mrs, Ellsworth Long of Indianapolis is visiting local' friends. W... . W, , Richardson, of. the Pennsyl vania passenger department returned to Indianapolis, yesterday after a business visit in this city. Mfs. Dotty of Camden, O.,- is. here for a ; visit . with her . granddayghter, Mrs.. Sullivan in West Richmond. Miss Edna Holley" is spending:- the week at Conriersville the guest of Miss Nova Watson. Mrs' 12 H Btihyan hasbeeh InXin cinnali this week attending- a' meeting of the 'Wom'ens Home Missionary So ciety of the Methodist church. Lynn Miller returned from Mlariia Military Academy yesterday for" a few days ' visit " witfi " his rriother ' in' this' city. Miss Peafl Douglas , has j returned from a visit with relatives at Kriights towri. 1 Mrs." John Pyle " and ' daughter have returned from a visit with relatives "at New Castle and Albany. - John Hanes of Paris, 111., Is spending a few .days in this city visiting his nephew, Hi' J. Hanes. Miss Isaac Davis, has returned to Cambridge City. Miss Mabel . Teeter, of Hagerstown has been visiting Richmond friends. NOTHING" .WAS" DOING:' Burglar Tried to Enter Newspaper Man's Home Through lnexcus-' able Ignorance. A sneak thief was discovered crawl ing through a window at the home of J. L. McDanlel, of "the Ca'mhridge City Tribune, one evening last" week" arid when 'invited in by way of the door, ran away without disclosing his iden tity. Editor McDaniel says that a man bent on robbery, certainly' lacks education along financial " lines that ought to be corrected. Cambrioge in" Darkness. The shaft in the engine of tie Cam bridge City electric light plant is again broken and consequently it .will ..be necessary for' that town to be without street lights until repairs can be mada. The commercial system will be continued!" The"towrir trustees ordered a new shaft' and' will have repair's made at the earliest moment Engagement Announced. The engagement, of Miss Delia Slaughter and Mr. Ulysses. G. Cook Is announced. The. date, of the nuptials is not fixed. The bride to be is the daughter of Mrs. Emmaline Slaughter and Is an accomplished' young lady. She has been a student atBuUer. Col lege, Indianapolis, Mr JCook, is a well known and estimable young- gentle man. .4. The Woman's e Missionary So- clety of the M. E. church will have a' mar 'day Saturday in the room co: 1th and Main. Plenty bread, ''cakes and pies. ; PERSDHAL MENTION of home 27-2t Mrs. Grace Cannort Writes i Letter from Palo ATto; California.1 - HAD A NARROW ESCAPE HOUSE DAMAGED TO SOME EX ; TENT SHAKEN FROM THEIR BEDS THE UNIVERSITY IS IN RUINS."1 a - Mrs H. L. Cannon,' wife of Prof. Cannon of ' Leland- Stanford Univer sity, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Lemon 'of Richmond, has "written an interesting letter to hei parents" relative to the earthquake, which in part destroyed the great university buildings.- The letter' says? "Well we are unhurt, but I am free to confess badly scared. Of course you know of the awful earthquake, but I most sincerely hopeyou will never ex perience anything liKe'one. We were in bed at 5.10 a. m. I asleep. Lewln awake, when the awful swaying com menced. I don't know whether I was thrown out of bed but found myself on my knees by the' little 'crib. One could not possibly stand 'on his feet. Miss Girard was sleeping with Louise and Leonard in the other room, as we had been out late the night before. Crash after crash came as everything in the living room fell . to the floor. Water was pouring out .pf the pipes, and we thought the. end of the world had come. The 'kitchen'' range .was knocked off its legs, the, pipes wrench ed off and everything flooded with wa ter. I dressed as hurriecjly as possible but ; Lewln .rushed out in his night clothes and turned off the. water, but all from rthe hot water tank ran Into the kitchen. We were unharmed . so we hurried over to Allen's and found them all right, Therr" chimneys were down and everything looked like des truction, but all were safe. We, went right to work to clean things up; even the heavy, clock was down and most of my china ' is gone. We .have just one cup unbroken., Ve got coffee and eggs and had breakfast, but are now all out 'ofdoors "as" it is 'feared there will be morei Mr. Martin came . o tell us' the news from the Unlversit.' It is in rulnsf the beautiful church" and , arch, the new'' library- the" gymnasium, ' . and .worst "br all',' two ''men were killed over itl1"1 l'j- x . 'ii:: n .is! : i-t; iiiei auu . luurieeu iwru v lieu one floor fell with a heavy chimney Poor Lewin vas so. worried oyer, the rqanu script for his book, that finafly I con sented to his going, oyer," under prom ise that he wouldn't ' go . to the third floor, if it seemed dangerous. Mr. Mar tin" said that Mr. Rolf's office was tprn open, it is next to' Lewis . Poor boy,r if t'hlS thee" years' work ! is scat tered it will be hard 'on him. Well we; are still waiting"' an'' it' is about two' o'clock. Every once in a while the earth trenibles but not very badly: Lewin went over to the cam pus and say3 words cannot describe the ruins. The big entrance arch is down' and nearly t everything' is ' in ruins."' The' 'cbroner " wi&eT his'bff Ice' is, is. still standing but he didn't dare go up. Dr. Adams tried it but said he wouldn't; again for $1,000. Unless an other quake .comes . I think he can save his. things. One big:: wing of fh museum Is smashed in' arid the church is ruined .This afternoon, we are. all so tired that we can nardly move. We ache from head to foot. suppose - It is the nervous strain. (Friday) Well I am sitting here at home with a loaded revolver and ri fle and fotjr' babies wbrilerlri&" what Will happen .next, . , . (Saturday) Vou" see I '" cannot " get time to write as I intended but. will send this'arid "write "more 'later. "Lewfn has rescued the book from the third floor and it is now down in, his office. Itwill. he brqught,h6rrie 'today- all in a ''mess" of course. We have been cooking" supplies to send to, the, city. (San Francisco) and have enough to keep ourselves . from opo O O OOOO O O Sold o o o ft IV1 1 O Ut bo otfo!crcr66 5 "'''w.-'1' s dlasMiner; S Alt SIZES o o IS smssw . They mceti all the requiKments of the' most fastidious 5 dressers as welHas those who their money. A brand stew look at them, aid oAVt uut uiri-tKLnut. ov; UVyNOMORE 914 MAIN hunger, but have no "f rills like but ter. The babies are all well and hap py. Our house Is damaged ; lfs ; than any we have heard of. Most people have to'reinisTer 'ari"d" rebuild ' " chim neys, &c. Wilt-write-every day or two. GRACE." Reception - for- Mihtster. trall.Kltu.il Special Centerville, April 26.r-The reception given by the EpwOrthTague Tuesday evening in honor of. the Rev. E. B. Westhafer, at the home of Mr. and Mrs: C. A. Larigley,' wftS 'one of the most r pleasant entertainments ever given in church circles at Centerville. More than1 one" htlhflrea persons assem bled to extend a welcome to the newly appointed pastor of" the Methodist church. The Rev. L. A. Winn, ot the Christian church and the Rev. Aaron Napier of the Friend's church each made short addresses. Luncheon was served by the League. DEATH FROM POPCORN; Muricle Woman Succumbs from ' an Unusual" Cause Drank Water' After Eatinfl t'PaVtacii'um Special .Munce, April 26. The death pf Mrs. Marjorie Pearl" Moles, ,20, ; wife of Harry'E., Moles,", occurred at the home pf, her father-in-law' John Moles, 904 South 5lfackley' street, slast eyenlng!'' The remains will be taken to Seymour for burial The case or Mrs. Moles Is one of the most peculiar that' has come" to the notice" of physician's for1 some time Her death was due "to the fact that she ate' a large quantity of popcorn a few weeks ago. . After eatingit 'she drank an unusual amount of water and the popcorn swelled to such an extent as to causa an obstruction of the in testines. . Suriimer opens at. the Busl- ness Cp May 1st. 10 per" cent discount. 27-4t i - BaccalaUreateSermdn.1 (Pal'.adlum Special. Centervinb;f April" 2Cl Present" R. L. Ivclly of" Earlliam " CPllee, will preach the baccalaureate sermon'" of th9 CeritervilAe -hiSh school; on Sunday evening, April 29 at the M.' E. church. BahcT to 'Entertain: Ceritervliie,"' Aprli '.2C the! C'enter vflle Brass Band will give a supper and also ad entertainment "consistlrig of music and recitations at .the. town hall on the evening of May 12. The proceeds will be applied for purchas ing uniforms for the members of the band. ' . Palladium Want "Ads Pay. OOOOWtJO o O O mam Tiie-l!in8il : Mogflr , All SHAPES; AIL PRICES on Easy Payments if Desired; i 0aoo ooooooo - I ?5 A w v y ru demrad thet greatest seryice for! sUftk to select from. Come in. NO LESS. STREET rami!' v. n i BUY GOOD " UHNITURB OLISH NLY 25c KET 927-929 Main St. If health Is wealth and money talks; Frr so the proverb runs, A fortune you may 'plainly see' In taking Ricky Mountain Tea. . For sale 1y A. G: L'uken -& Co. Do your clothes look yellow? If so use. Russ " bleaching ' blue; It will make them' hlte as snow AH gro- cers, 10c. 4 . .. K ... vinae a " rich satisfying beverag j when prepared properly. ' One tea spoonful makes ttjNp cups.Addi.ahiip lutely Boiling' Water." Steep five min utes. Never Boll these teas. - Are ' sold looce" or r In ' seated pack ets by Great Atlantic &' Pacific Tea Co., 727 Mafn. ' ! (PubUahed by putnorityof the Jn" dia and Ceyloil Commissioner.) OO O O O CO o o o o o 6 o 6 o o o o e r ' o o 6 WoLiH o 6' o o o ooo oooooocVo V o 1 ''" ' j i , . . . . . ,, - - . -. ... - .... ,., ..... J - ' I Or'"'