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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, May 19, 1906. ....Local BpO0ftBin)g EixlOS General.. CLEVELAND MAKES TWENTY-OHE HITS Lajoie's .Bunch of Sluggers Knock Two Bostonians Out of the Box. ATHLETICS WIN ANOTHER MACK'S QUAKER BUNCH FEED , ON TIGER STEAK AGAIN YES ' TERDAY NEW YORK AND CHI- ' CAGO THE OTHER WINNERS. AMERICAN LEAGUE 8TANDING. Won. Lost PCt Philadelphia 19 7 .731 Cleveland ... 14 9 .609 New York 13 12 .520 i Detroit 13 12 .520 St. Loul 14 13 .519 (Washington 12 14 .462 Chicago 11 13 .458 Boston ............. e 22 .214 RESULTS YESTERDAY. St. Louis 4; New. York 14. Chicago 10; Washington 0. , Detroit 3; Philadelphia 4. ; Cleveland 14; Boston 1. Publishers' PressJ . Boston, May 18. The Cleveland 'Americans hit the ball when they pleased today and the Bostons were easily defeated by the Blues. Score: R. H. E. Clev. ...2 6000005 114 21 1 Bos. ....0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 3 , Batteries Joss and Bemis; Dlneen Gibson, Hughes and Graham. Umpire Connolly. THREE STRAIGHT GAMES. Philadelphia, May 18. The De troit Americans again went down to defeat before the Athletics today, al though the Tigers made a game rally in the ninth. Score: R. H.E. Det 1 0000000 23 ,7 1 Phil 1 0100110 04 12 0 Batteries Donohue and Warner; Plank and Powers. Umpires Sheri dan and Evans. HOLD BATTING MATINEE. New York May 18. In a batting matinee this afternoon the New York Americans by bunching their hits easily defeated St. Louis. Score: ; R. H.E. St I ..0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 10 0 N. Yk. ..4 0 1 1 0 5 2 1 014 13 4 Batteries Howell and Rickey; Orth, McGuire and Thomas. Umpire O'Loughlin. SENATORS SHUT OUT. . Washington, May 18. The Wash ington Americans could do nothing with Owen's pitching today and were shut out by the Chlcasos. Score: R. H. E. Chi ..,.3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 410 14, P Wash ...0 0000000006 0 Batteries Owen and Sullivan; Pat ten and Heydon. Umpire Connor. Eminent Doctors Praise its Ingredients. We refer to that boon to weak, nervous, suffering women known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Br. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff of Tub Eclectic Medical Review says of Unicorn root (lleUmUt JMuica) which Is one of the chief ingredients of the "Fa vorite Prescription" : A remedy which Invariably arts as a uter ine tnvlarorator makea for normal ac tivity of tho entltw reproductive system." 11m r-nntlnuesMn liolonlas we have a medica ment whlrh more fully answers the above purpones than any other drua with which I am acquainted. In the treatment of dlseaws pe culiar to women it la seldom that a rase Is seen whlrh does not present some Indication fir thin nunmllil airnnt Dr. Fvfe further saysi "The following are among the leadlnff Indications for Melonlas (Unicorn roou. nua nr ichinir in the hack, with leucorrhas: atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive nrirftna of women, mental depression and Ir ritability, associated with chronic diseases of the reproductive organs oi women, consians sensation or neat in tne region oi me kiq nevit: niennrrhasla (flooding), due to a weak' ened condition of the reproductive system: amenorrhea (suppressed or absent monthly periods ). arising from or arrompanyiug an ihnrirmil condition of tho digestive organs and aniemlc (thin blood) habit: dragging herniations in the extreme lower part oi uie abdomen." If more or leas of tho above symptoms are present, no invalid woman can do hotter than take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, one of the leading Ingredi- ar VvImK t.a T T r innn tAAt At llalnnliia VII vB Ul tv uiv ii 19 J uivui ii a w wi iivium ur. and the medical properties of which ii most laitmuuy represents. Of Golden Soal root, another prominent Ingredient of "Favorito Prescription," Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Ben : uett Medical College. Chicago, says: "It Is an Important remedy In disorders of , the womb, in an catarrhal conaitions - and general cnfeeblement. It Is useful." Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D., late of Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root : "In relation to its general effects on the system, there is no tnedU-itte r we about which there is fuch general unanimity o f opinion. It Is unirmallv regarded as the tonic useful in ail debilitated states." Prof. Bartholow, M. D., of Jefferson Medical College, says of Golden Seal : "Valuable In uterine, hemorrhage, monor rhagia (flooding) and rongestive dysmenor-rtiu-a (painful menstruation).' Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faith fully represents an tne above named in gredients and cures the diseases (or whicb they are recommcnueo. $1.05 Round -VIA Dayton & Western Trac. Co. TO DAYTON. OHIO "lis Which includes admission into the Base Ball Game. DAYTON , VS. GRAND RAPIDS. (Central League.) SUNDAY, MAYJ20TH. I Games Today. NATIONAL LEAGUE. New . York at Pittsburg. Boston at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at St Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE. . Chicago at Washington. Detroit at. Philadelphia. St. Louis at New York. Cleveland at Boston. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Columbus at Milwaukee. Toledo at Kansas City. Louisville at St Paul. Indianapolis at Minneapolis. KELLUM PITCHES Indianapolis Took Final Game from Minneapolis by Win's Good Twirling. WINNING STREAK STOPPED TOLEDO TEMPORARILY HALTED BY KANSAS CITY ST. PAUL MAKES LARGE SCORE AND CO LUMBUS LOSES TO BREWERS. ANOTHER Ml R AMERICAN ASSOCIATE STANDING Won. Lost PCt. Toledo .. .. .16 10 .615 Milwaukee . 14 9 .CC Louisville 13 13 .500 Columbus .. 15 155 .500 Kansas City 14 15 .483 St. Paul 13 15 .464 Minneapolis ...13 16 .448 Indianapolis .. 11 16 .407 RESULTS YESTERDAY. Indianapolis, 5; Minneapolis, 2. St Paul, 12; Louisville, 1. Milwaukee, 9; Columbus, 4. Kansas City, 6; Toledo, 3. Publishers' Press Minneapolis, May 18. Both Kellum and Gehring pitched good ball today. The Hooslers won by bunching hits in the seventh inning. Score: R. H. E. Indpls. . 01000031 0 5 7 3 Minn. . 0001000102 7 3 Batteries Kellum and Kblmes; Gehring and Yeager. Umpire- Kane. MR. KENNA GETS HIS. St. Paul. May 18. The locals found no difficulty in winning from Louis ville today. Morgan -pitched great ball. Score: R. H. E. Louisv'le 0000010001 3 . .2 St Paul 10360002 x 12 10 0 Batteries Kenna and Stoner; Mor gan and DrilL Umpires Owen and Egan. - . - MUD HENS FINALLY ROOST. Kansas City. May 18. Kansas City finally succeeded in breaking up To ledo's winning streak. Williams pitched great ball. Score: R. H. E. Toledo . 0000030003 6 7 K. City . 4 0010001 x 6 11 4 Batteries Minnehan and Land; Williams and Sullivan. Umpire Sullivan. BREWERS HIT FLAHERTY. Milwaukee, May 18. Flaherty was an easy proposition for Milwaukee to day, the locals winning at eaSe. Score: R. H. E. Col.'.... 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0- 4 9 0 Mil. " ..0 0 0 2 0 5 1 1 X 9 13 1 Batteries Flaherty and Bine; Hickey and Beville. Umpire Has kell. DR. S. EDGAR v-.Jnued From Page One.) different figures in regard to deaths from consumption in Indiana. Dr. T. II. Davis suggested that a lo cal society be formed to be .known as the Society for the Prevention of Tu berculosis. He said that much work could be accomplished that the phy sicians cannot do wn. Other physicians talked In the sub ject and enthusiasm grew in the fight against the disease. It is thought that some effort will be made to form such a society as suggested, Broke Her Left Wrist. Mrs. D. H. Nichols, 809 North street, fell down stairs yesterday at her home nd broke her left wrist A Mixed Costume. It is said of the late Lord Salisbury that h once had to dress at breakneck spee-J for a levee and in the absence of bis valet plunged at a heap of things and threw them on as they came. He appeared at court in the coat of the eld er brethren of Trinity House, the trou sers of a deputy lieutenant and a hat .thi royal archers. Putting on the finishing t?Ns before the mirror, he hung his sword upon the wrong side and gartered himself about the wrong knee. He had assumed a waistcoat . made In days when he was of less am pie girth, so that between the hem of this garment and the waist of the trou sers was a gap which all but himselr observed. . . . BOND CONSUMPTION THREE STRAIGHT FOR PITTSBURG The Pirates Fall on Mighty Mathewson, Pounding Out Fourteen Hits. CINCINNATI AGAIN WINS REDS POUND OUT VICTORY IN SEVENTH, BOSTON MAKING GAME RALLY IN EIGHT RE SULTS OF OTHER GAMES. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost" PCt. Chicago' 24 9 .727 New York 19 10 .655 Pittsburg ."...'16 12 .571 Philadelphia 16 15 516 St. Louis 13 16 .448 Boston 12 IS .400 Cincinnati 12 20 .375 Brooklyn 9 21 .300 RESULTS YESTERDAY. New York 6; Pittsburg 7. Brooklyn 7; St. Louis 2. Philadelphia 5; Chicago 14. Boston 6; Cincinnati 7. Publishers' Press Pittsburg, May 18. Playing an up hill game today the Pittsburg Na tionals made it three straight from New Yorks. Mathewson, who former ly held the Pirates safe, was hit hard. Score: R. H. E. N. Yk. ..0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 06 8 . 0 Pitts ....0 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 07 14 I Batteries Mathewson and Mar shall; Lynch, Llefield and Peitz. Um pires- Emslie and Johnstone. MUTS BUNCH HITS. St. Louis May 18. Although the St. Louis Nationals knocked Pastori- ous out of the box in today's game the Brooklyns won out by bunching their hits. Score: R. H. E. Brook ..1 0 0 1 1 0 1 23 07 13 2 St. L 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 02 10 4 Batteries Pastorlous, Mclntyre & Ritter; Egan and Raub. Umpire Conway. HARD ON PITCHERS . Chicago, May 18. Knocking two pitchers, out of the box in the second inning and scoring nine runs, gave the Chicago Nationals a commanding lead and the game against Philadelpha to day. Score : R. H. E. Phila. . 0004001005 9 5 Chicago .0 9010103 x 14 11 0 Batteries Lush, Nichols, McClos- key and Dooin; Browne, Beebe and Kling. Umpires Carpenter and Klem. REDS SLUG HARD. Cincinnati, May 18. Although the Boston Nationals made a game, rally in the eighth inning today they were defeated by the Cincinnatis by one run. Score: R. H.E. Boston . 11000013 0 6 9 1 Cin 00030040 x 7 9 1 Batteries Pfeiffer and Needham; Overall- and Livingston. Umpire OTJay. SATURDAY LEAGUE GAMES HOT CONTESTS SCHEDULED Two League Leaders, Kibbeys and Starr Pianos, will Meet at Athletic Park Two Other Interesting Games To be Played. GAMES TODAY IN SAT URDAY LEAGUE. Kibbeys vs Starr Pianos, Athletic Park. Palladiums vs East Haven, East Haven. Pogue, Millers vs Pan Handles, Athletic Park. Three fast games are scheduled for this afternoon in the Saturday league and it is expected that the games will be witnessed by good sized crowds, despite the counter attract ions. Two of the league leaders, the Kibbeys and the Starr Pianos will clash at Athletic, Park and the game promises to be a hot one from start to finish. This game will be called promptly at 2 o'clock. At 4 o'clock the Pogue, Miller team and the fast Pan Handle outfit will meet on the same diamond. A charge of 10 cents admission is made to this double head er for the purpose of paying for the rent of the park. The Palladium team will meet the East Haven team on the laters grounds this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Several new faces will be seen in the line-up of the newspap er team and both nines will be very equally balanced. The Pogue, Miller team will be slightly weakened by the absenqe of Dave Sands, who is out of the game and limping about on a cane as the result of a severe wrench his ankle received while sliding to base in the game with the Kibbeys team last Saturday. The KIbbey team will be strengthened today by the addition of Wales Gaston, who has been play ing this spring on the Staunton Mili tary Academy team, and Sullivan, one of thA best catchers in the city. JOE GANS GETS DECISION WINS BATTLE ON POINTS Clever Boston Scrapper Lands at Will on Willie Lewis, the Latter Sav ing Himself by Footwork. Publishers' Press New York, May 18.-iJ:sp!aying the same cleverness he has always shown in his fights, Joe Gans of Boston, to night outpointed Willie Lewis, of New York, in their sx round bout at Mad ison Squcre Garden. The men fought at catch weights and Lewis appears to be the heavier of the two. ' Gans landed r.t will on the New Yorker and time and again he block ed the blows of his adversary. Neither man bore any marks of the conflict and in only two instances was Leiws in danger, but he extricated himself by clever foot work. PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Richard Mansfield plays in New York In March. Bessie Clayton, the dancer, is going to Berlin to show what America can do in that line. Mrs. Laugtry is playing in South Af rica, making "The Degenerates" her principal attraction. Maude Fealy appeared as leading wo man with William Collier in "The Heart of a Sparrow." Neta Blake, the pretty broncho girl in "Coming Thro' the Bye," is said on good authority to be engaged to .M. S Largey, son of the late Patrick S. Lar gey, the millionaire mining and lumber capitalist of Butte, Mont. David Belasco never engages "super numeraries." He hires such as actors for "small parts.". He never calls them "supers." He holds there can be notb ing supernumerary or superfluous about a complete stage performance. Margherita, dowager queen of Italy. has written a play, and, it is said that it will be produced in Rome by Duse, The worst about things of this kind is that the paragraphers will begin ask ing whether royalty will be paid for the play',8 use. ENGLISH ETCHINGS. There are more accidental deaths from drowning every year in England than from any other cause. London pays about $8,000,000 a year to keep criminals in check, that being the sum paid out for her police courts, prisons and prosecuting officers. The One-by-One band is a successful organization in England for promoting personal Christian work. Thomas Hog- ben of Welcome mission, Portsmouth, is the leader of the movement and Dr. Torrey is on the advisory council. A well supported movement is on foot to erect a handsome monument to Joe Grimaldi, the clown, who died in 1837 and whose tombstone in the graveyard of St. James, Pentonville, London, is in a dilapidated condition, Grimaldi was the originator of the clown's slogan, "Here we are again." A newly formed social organization in London, the New Bohemians, an nounces itself as a society "mainly devoted to the encouragement of intel ligent conversation among journalists, bookmen, critics, artists and others. University men," the advertisement adds, "are not necessarily disquali fied." MODES OF THE MOMENT. When lace falls from the short sleeve It is now put on as plainly as possible A great many of the newest skirts show panels, usually down both front and back. ' New Gold Theory. Professor Frederick Soddy of Glas gow university holds the theory that gold is gradually disintegrating into other materials. He has visited the gold deposits of Western Australia and New Zealand, and he expresses his convic tion that in all probability gold, like radium, is at once the product of some other parent element and is itself changing to produce "offspring" ele ments. The professor laments the In adequacy of his resources in the way of gold upon which to experiment and points to the tons of gold perhaps dis integrating in thcvaults of the Bank of England. Cannibalism In New Guinea. Cannibalism has not yet been quite stamped out in British New Guinea The natives have well cultivated gar dens, they occupy long settled villages and their relations with Eurbpeans are generally harmonious. In each village one of the most influential chiefs is se lected as village constable, given a uni form, a pair of handcuffs, a brass badge and $5 a year and is kept under constant personal supervision by the six white magistrates. Crime is com paratively rare owing apparently to the fact that the natives are not allowed to obtain any Intoxicating liquor. Kick. Agralnat Footbafl. There is nothing new about the pres ent outcry against football. The game was prohibited in Scotland by James IV., and in England Edward II. held out , pains and penalties for "hustling over large balls." It was also declared illegal in the time of Henry VIII., and strenuous efforts were made by Eliza bethan statesmen to suppress the game, but without success. But where kings and queens failed the Puritans succeeded, as in other phases of sport Limited Capital. A young man entering business with little capital in these days of giant combinations, like a soldier in battle who is reduced to his last few car tridges, must be doubly careful In his aim and doubly zealous in his endeavor, for everything is at stake. Success Magazine. Where Are TheyT They call It stogie blessedness, . But still It keeps one puessinff ; In such a very lonely life L.-; ,1d a single blessing. White Shoes! AVhite Canvas Uxfords TFSEY ARE COOL! AND THEY'RE ALL THE RAGE THIS YEAR, T00A IF YOU BUY THEM AT OUR blUKb, YUU KNUW I HtY ITU mi, a . r I I I. UUH LI (ML Kit Ladies' and Children's White Canvas Oxfords IS TOO EXTENSIVE TO DESCRIBE HERE. "TAKE A PEEP" AT OUR WHITE WINDOW BEFORE MAKING YOUR SELECTION. WE BELIEVE YOU WILL S'EE STYLES AND PRICES THERE THAT WILL INTEREST YOU. Curme's Shoe Store, 724 Main If you have good "opportun ty eyesight" you will find some things in the want ads today which most people will overlook. Before you throw The Palladium aside, look over the classified advertisements. FIRST DISTRICT. South of Main. West of 7th. 1-2 1st and S. C, Piano Factory. . 1-3 2nd and S. B. l-4-4th and S. D. "1-5 5th and S. B. 1-6 5th and S. H. l-87th and S. C. 1-9 7th and S. J SECOND DISTRICT. South of Main, between 7th and 11th. 2-1 8th and Main. 2-3-Sth and S. E. 2-4 7th and S. G. , 2-5 9th and S. A. 2-6 10th and S. C. ' 9J7 -mm, -vrn; 2-8 11th and S. J. THIRD DISTRICT. Sonth of Main, East of 11th. U lLU Mill KJ . Jm 3-2 12th and S. E. 3-6 18th and S. A. ) 3-7 20th and Main. . 3-8 15th and S. A. FOURTH DISTRICT. North of Main, West of 10th to river 4-1 3d and Main, Robinson's shop. 4-2 3d and N. C. 4-3 City Building. 4-4 8th and N. G. 4-5 Gaar, Scott & Ct 4-6 No. 1 Hose House, N. 8tb. 4-7 Champion Mills. 4-8 10th and N. I. 4-9 9th and N. E. 4- 12 City Electric Light Plant. FIFTH DISTRICT. , .West Richmond and Sevastopol. . , 5 W. 3rd and Chestnut. 5- 1 W. 3d and National Avenue. 5-2 W.' 3d and Kinsey. 5-3 W. 3d and Richmond Avenue. 5-4W. 1st and R. R. 5-5 State and Boyer. 5-6 Grant and Ridge. 5-7 Hunt and Maple. 5-8 Grant and Sheridan. 5- 9 Bridge Avenue, Paper Mill. 5-12 Earlham College. SIXTH DISTRICT. North of D, East of 10th. 6- 1 Railroad Shops. 6-2 Button's Coffin Factory. 6-3 Hoosier Drill Works. 6-4 Wayne Works. 6-5 City Mill Works. 6-6 15th and R. R. 6-7 33th and N. H. SEVENTH DISTRICT. Between Main and North D, East of 10th. 7 9th and .N. A. ; j 7-1 11th and N. B. i .. ; 7-2 14th and N.'C. " 7-3 No. 3 Hose' House. 7-4 ISth and N. C. 7-5 22d and N. E. SPECIAL SIGNALS. 2- 2-2 Patrol Call. 3- 3-3 Fire Pressure. 1-2-1 Fire out. 3 Fire pressure off. SUnDAY EXCURSION ImRATESmm V vii . Davto fton Western - - fl.OO 1 xjay ii ii uu Eaton and .60 4 - Tickets at abve price will be sold 4 every Sunday until further notice. T Why wait for your friend's friend to come and look at vour house week after next? (You can' sell it with a To Let T3 Afrt return, Lad in The Palladium. W ARb.CORRECT IN STYLE, READ THIS1 Wanted, Found and Lost, in which personal pain does not a ter, are inserted in thesn columns free, providing they are no over fifteen (15) words in length. . No business advert 14 ments inserted free of chargt. Advertisers will do well to re member th "e.Urs directed to Initials Only are not delivered through tb postoffice. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. FOR RESULTS. WANTED Lady collector. Address with reference. Palladium 19-tf WANTED First class carriage black smith. Call Schneider Carriage Factory, No. 47 North 8th. WANTED Copy of the Daily Pallad ium of February 1. Leave at 519 south 13th. y RENT Furnished omg at the Grand for gentlemen o: tf FOR RENT A new six room cottage at 1525 N. E. Enquire 1523 N. E. 16-3tk FOR SALE Hot plate and cok stove, 317 S. W. 3rd St. It. FOR SALE I have about eight thous and good second hand brick for sale all nicely cleaned; also two or three thousand half brick thatare just the thing for building cisterns. Will sell these at a bargain. B. F. Campbell, corner N. B and 9th street. 10-6t. HEW-OFFICE Thompson's Loan and Real Estate Agency, moved. to room No. 1 over 710 Main street. "Wide stair way." 18-6t FOR SALE A good gentle 4 year old driving mare, 4 miles southeast of Richmond on Barton Pike, rLocus Grove. 18-3t FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs, $1.25 a setting. Dressed 6quabs. Home phone 1588. Charles Nye, 41 South 12th street ap26-tf THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION GO. In effect My 5. 1906. Subject to change withouflnotice. MAIN LINE j AM 5.50 8.50 7.05 800 AM. AMI . 45 S.UO and 7 SO 842tevery 8.05 8.Hhour 9.00 lO.OQ -until PM 8.00 8.41 8.58 PMiFM 0.20 1 1.00 8.67 II Rich'd IM Eaton Ar W.Alex " Pay ton '" lo.'-eas.is po.ca 11.001 NEW PARISBRANCH (THROUGH SERVICE)! Leave Richmond for New Paris. I 1 5:50, 6:45, 8:20, 9:20,v 10:00, 11:20, a. m., 12:20, 1:20, 2:20, 3:$0. 4:20, 5:20, 6:20, 7:20. 8:20, i:55 aid 11:00 P. M. J Transfere at New WestvilleJ i Direct connections at Daytan with "Lima Limited" trains for Trol, Piqua and Lima, leaving Richmond it 5:50, 9:00, 12:00 a. m., and 300 p.im. CONNECTIONS At Ekton with P., C. C. & St. L. for points nor h and south. At West Alexandria wi h Cin cinnati Northern R. R. 1 for points north and south. At Daytdn wit 1 elec tric lines diverging for Troy, Piqufo, Sidney, Lima, Xenia, Sprfagfle d, Co lumbus, Hamilton and Cinfcinn : Through rates, through J tickets to all points. For further information. call Home Phone 269. Arrangements for partief, special cars, etc., call phone or write C. O. BAKER, G. F. and P A., Wist Alex r 1 i MARTIN SWISHER. Agent. g stamps or trading th aU groceries at 8 No. 1030 Main. h6ne 1111 Tradlb checks i A TT A T? 'MTT'.T? VP v not onlv look cool. AND HIGHEST IN QUAL- 1 n "0-i FOR SALE A Sun'iTe!egraraf'Tews paper route, north of Main street, between 15 and 18th streets. See Will W. Reller. Palladium office. 4 .FOR SALE, ond property a specialty. Fortereld, Kelly Block. Phone 32. LOST Back to mileage book. Sign ed Clara Ingram Judson. . Return to 24 South 12th. , AGENTS WANTED Best Book. San Francisco Earthquake. Vast Gallery Pictures. 70 per cent commission. Outfit free. JSend 10 cents for postage.- - The Bible House, 325 , Dear: born St., Chicago. ' , , 18-3t ' ST RAY15 Brown Pony, 12 or T5 hands high, weight 675, 3 white feet, indistinct brand of three small bars on the hip. Write me and receive pay for trouble. W. E. Dickson, Cedar Grove, Indiana. 18-6t LOST Ladles Spring hat on the road from Williams burg to Economy Saturday May 12 about 2 p. m. Re turn to, Mrs. Fred 0?er, Williams burg, Ind. LOST Between the 'toll gate on the New Paris pike and Main street, one unfinished white shirt waist and embroidered white yoke. Re turn to 203 north 15th street and get reward. LOST A babies sandel between 2nd and 6th on North side of Main. Re turn to Quigley and Babylon Drug Store. !9-3t LOST A child's open face gold watch return to Martha Scott, '126 North lOst street and get reward ; 19-3t Bee AND JAVA CIALT1L. DBF H GROCERY ... ' . .- THE CHICAGO, CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE R. R. (TOE NE W WAY) Effective February 25th, 1906 ...ft . Y. IV,", EAST BOUND. kivk 1 tinniii Muuny QOFFEE ASFE A. K. iP.lt. ft P.Sf Lea re Richmond......... - 8 05 4 00 7 55 - 1 Cottage Urove 8 45 4 40 8 ii5 Arrive Cincinnati I, 11 25 20 10 15 Arrives from the East. a. m. fp. m. p.m Leave Cincinnati 8i 4 60 0 9 - Cottage Grove 10 10 : 8 10 Arrive Ricbmourt 10 45 7 10 J 8 au WEST BOUND. A. m. f P.M. ii p.m Leave Richmond 10 45 7 10 8 So " Muncle 12 to 8 25 lo 10 Arrive Marlon. 12 67 l U 05 Peru 1 53 10 10 12 00 " North Judson a 3 65 Arrive from the West. m. fP.K. irx Leave Peru 5 45 12 50 4 40 Arrive Richmond...; V 05 4 00 7 fc5 Dally, t Dally except Sunday. Bandar only, a Buna to North Jadsoa daily ex cept Sunday. All east-bound trains make direct connec tions at Cottage Grove with C H. D. for Oxford. Hamilton, Liberty .ConnersvlHe and Kuihvllle. , . . For farther Information regarding rates md train connections, ask C A. BLAIR. Home Phone 44: Pass, and Tichct Aat.