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The Richmond Palladium, Saturday, May 19, 1906.
rage 3. It Takes to Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves. It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body ; it is nerve, force that causes your heart to pulsate, and send the blood through vour veins: it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest lood, kidneys to filter the blood, the liver to secrete bile. Tn fart, nerve force AS the power that runs youryjfody, so if you feel worn-oty irritable, nervous, cannot sljp, or eat well, have pain or misery anywhere, pur nerves are weak, and rourl system run down. To Ktstoic this vitality take Dr. MiUs'J&ervine which will strcngtMeiy and build up the nerves, vaou cannot be healthy without strong nerves. "For olffMfen years Dr. Miles' Hervlne anl Anti-Pain rills hav been my clone companions. Karly in mar ried life, while raising1 children, my nerves became all worn-out could not sleep; had no appetite; indigestion very bad. and had uoh awful dizzy ppells. Then I began vising Dr. Miles' Nervine, and at once I began to Im prove, and soon found myself in perfect health." MRS. 8. L.. YOUNG. 324 Pittsburg- St.. New Castle, Pa. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls, he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind BENNETT THEATRE VAUDEVILLE. IRA SWISHER,' Manager. WEEK OF my 21. Dally ay 3 and Sum. ' PROF. GU3 FREDERICKS Overtipe. FRED WYKOFF &CO. Comedi- sketch . entitled "Plain Folks.' One of the biggest laugh ing adts In Vaudeville. EAMPA. The uslcal Drummer Girl. DE VAf O & CURTIS. Comedy. Acrobats, Ring and Bar Artlsti , ERNEST RENK. Illustrated Songs Only a Message From Home Sweet Home", "Don't Cry Katio De HARRY 40LSO Singing land Stalking Comedian. FRANKLIN JEROME & CO. Protean Wctar and Crayon Artists. MOTION PICTURES. "The Gr4at Sea Serpent," Moving Day" or fNb Children Allowed." THETJNEW PHIIIIPS vAudevil'le theater o. A .murJray manager. DAILY fct3 an J 8 P. M. A MISTS GRAyCE MILLER, Overture. B CASADj. DeVERNE. Musical fcor edy Artists. C Mlfcs liEOsIA THOMPSON. . Illusftratetl Hongs. D TOT Y6uKG. Conjedlan Itinjo Wizard. E-LEON i . (BERTIE ALLEN. Predentin, ; jthelr Musical Comedy ftnfitled fi Girl and a Man." F-4MISS ALICE HAMILTON. (ih$iracter Artists. G-fCHAS. k MINNIE BURROUGHS. Ifi j"A Domestic Blizzard" introduc ing thel comedy, Piccolo and orig inal son s. H-fTHE 'HILOSCOPE. Motion Pictures. Week r May 2Sth The premier Veyftriloqi est; Parish presenting his famous fi my figures; the two Alets, High clas character artists; Ames & Feathers, remier Equilibrist ad clev er acrobafi; McKee and Van; singers and dancers, another feature act. Drink he Beer that the crowd' tfrinkl pfou - know that Tcihdlls Richmond Export Beer. ' THE MINGK BREWING GO. Ney Phone 42 I write to let you know how I aiprr1tt yone Cicr-t. 1 rommonr. taking tbf rn Utt Kom br od took two i-n cent Imi. nd pard tap. ftir.io and WortnMday. April 4th. 1 p.J another tap worm ft. Ion and ot.r a thousand amall worm. Krvrtoa to my takinc Cacarta t didn know I had a tapa-worin. 1 always had a small ppotlte." WmV". Brown. 184 Franklin Si.. Brooklyn, N.J. Pleaaant. PalatkbU. Potent. Tat Oood. TV) Ooo Haver tiick.n, Wxak.n ortirie, 1-. Be, Me. Key old In bulk. Tba ironntna tablet stamped CO OoarantMd to ear or your money back. I Burling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 5 I JB..UJL SALE. TEN (JUlinil BflYE f The Dowels CANOVCATMAimC T AT THE THEATERS Next Week at the Gennett. Comedy will predominate In the vaudeville to be opened at the Gen nett next week, a fact that will no doubt be pleasing to the patrons of that house ,for it is ap; rent that those who go to the vaudeville are primarily in search of something to amuse. Fred Wycoff & Cbmpany, reputed to have one of the biggest laughing acts in vaudeville, will pre sent a comedy sketch entitled "Plain Folks." In addition to this there will be Zampa, the musical drummer girl; Devaro and Curtis, comedy, ac robatic, ring and bar artists; Harry Jolson,, singing and talking comedian; Franklin Jerome & Company, protean actors ' and crayon artists; Ernest Renk in Illustrated Songs, "Only a Message from Home, Sweet Home" and "Don't Cry, Katie Dear;" and the motion pictures, "The Great Sea Ser pent;" "Anna Held" and "Moving Day," or "No, Children Allowed." The usual big crowd is expected tonight W Jr Next Week at the Phillips. Charles and Minnie Burroughs will be at the New Phillips next week in vaudeville and if one cannot be pre vailed upon to laugh at their presenta tion of "A Domestic Blizzard," he must be a sad and unreclaimable dys peptic indeed. The Burroughs not only introduce a comedy, o3v work on the piccolo and original songs. Other numbers on the bill are Casad and DeVerne, musical comedy art ists; Tot Young comedian and banjo wizard; Leon and Bertie Allen, pre senting their musical comedy entitled "A Girl'and a Man;" Miss Alice Ham ilton, character artist; Miss Leona Thompson, illustrated songs, and the Philoscope, showing motion pictures. All those who will contribute come with splendid recommedations. To night's performance will close a fa vorable week at the New Phillips. E WILL BE HELD MAY 24 President Kelly of Earl ham College Will Deliver the Class Address on the Subject of "The Manufacture of Souls." Many Richmond people have re ceived invitations to the Cambridge City High School commencement which takes place at the Masonic Op era House in that city on next, Tues day evening at eight o'clock. .The pro gram for the exercises follows: Motto: "Rest is Rust." Tlusic. Invocation . . ; Rev. W. D. Trout Music. Address, "The Manufacture of Souls," Robt. L. Kelly President of Earlham College. Music. Presentation of Diplomas Mrs. Isadore Wilson Benediction Rev. R. E. Hawley Class Colors Yellow and Black. Class Flower Yellow Rose. Music by the Milton Orchestra. , GRADUATES. Clinton Bertsch, Alma Hull Harry Bertsch ' Edna Myers Paul Drischel Meredith Matthews Edith Eliason John E. Myers Irene Elliott Agnes Pusinelli Alma Garvin John Pusinelli Esta Young Edna Highley Ruth Hiser Instructors. Lee Ault Isadore Wilson W. J. Boden Louise Ford Board of Trustees. Walter S. Wheeler President John S. Hazelrigg Secretary Jacob E. Wright ; Treasurer Letter List. Ladies List.' Mrs. Katherine Curtis, Mrs. John Burns, Mrs. ennie Dills, Mrs. W. Luh ring, Mrs. Charles Martin, Katherine C. 'Rick Miss Mary World, Miss Elsia Aul man, Mary Commons, Vira E. Dalton, Mrs. A. J. Hart, Mertie M. Calllster. Miss Grace Myers, Miss Isadore Toney. Gentleman List, j F. D. -Abraham, T. B. Creed, - Jason Ilam, L. IV Meyer, Frank Nolin, Jes se E. Richey, A. P. Sweres, Earle Seip, W. P. Wilson, Geo. Baker, Conn Doherty, Ed. P. Knayes, Roy McCos hill, C. M. Oliver, Oran Richardson, Wm. M. Smith, 2, Harry Ward. Har vey Yeager, Natt Booths, R. E. Far mer, G. H. Lee, M. Morrow, Richard Porter, J. W. Sellers. John Wright. Drops. Albert Pick Co., Mr. Shower, E. Sunderlin. D. SURFACE, P. M. Will Loehr, Fisherman. IPalladium Special. Greensfork, May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Will Loehr and son, Rowland, and Mrs. Will Fry of Richmond, spent Wednesday with W. L. Hatfield and family. Will came accompanied with his fishing rod and It is said by those who are n a positon to know, that the bass took to the deep water, the moment he arrived. They could not escape hm so easily, however, as we are informed the fine bass were cap tured weighing a trifle less than five pounds. Jt has gone out of fashion to boast of never reading ads. Those who do not nowadays are inclined to keep quiet about it, as they would about any other personal shortcom- C MB DG GRADUATION ana. ENGINEERS MEET HERE NEXT WEEK Men Who Look After Pan Han dle Road Bed Come Here Thursday and Friday. SESSIONS AT WESTCOTT ON THE SECOND DAY A VISIT WILL BE MADE TO CREOSOTING PLANT AT SHIRLEY OTHET: RAILROAD NEWS. All arrangements for the quarterly meeting of the Engineers Mainte nance of Way of the Pennsylvania Lines, to be held in this city next week, on Thursday and Friday, have been completed and the thirty or more engineers and their assistants will be given a hospitable reception in the Quaker City. A large attendance of the engneers is expected as several important matters will come up, a visit to the Big Foi tie creosoting plant at Shirley, Ind., being important to railroad men. The meeting of the engineers will be held in the Westcott Hotel. There will be representatives here from the Pennsylvania Lines and all its con trolled properties west of Pittsburg. No set program has been planned, but subjects come up and are dealt with in order. The visit to the tie creo soting plant will probably be made on the second day of the meeting. A NEW TIME TABLE. A new time table, containing the summer changes, will soon be issued by the Pennsylvania Lines, an ac cording to rumor, it will be similar to the' schedules that have been in force in the past during the summer months. The Grand Rapids and In diana Railway will install the through fast trains from Richmond to Macki naw City, which have always been popular wth resorters. The time ta ble will probably go into effect early in June. A CHICAGO EXCURSION. The first excursion of th'e season to Chicago, over, the C. C. & L.. next Sunday night, giving the passenger a full day in the Windy City, will prob ably draw a large crowd from Rich mond, as well as the other cities along the line.. The train will leave here at 10:30 and reach Chicago early Sun day morning. From Griffith to Chi cago, the run will be made over the line of the Grand Trunk Railway. MAKING FIRST SURVEY. Preparations Being Made for Another Line Between Richmond and , Dayton. According to an announcement made yesterday at Indianapolis by Kelsey Schoepf, of the Moian-Mc-Gowan-Schoepf syndicate, surveyors are already in the field making pre liminary surveys of the new route be tween Richmond and Dayton, for the road which will be built between this city and Dayton this summer. The line will not parallel the Dayton & Western, but will run through Brook ville, Ohio. IMPROVING DIVISIONS. The several divisions of the Penn sylvania Lines through this city are now being graveled and reballasted. The work has been going on for tfc!V eral weeks and it will probably re quire another month to complete the reballasting of the roads in this vi cinity. BIG OFFICIALS HERE. James McCrea and Joseph Wood, First and Third Vice Presidents of the Pennsylvania Lines west of Pitts burg, were here yesterday on an in spection tour of the road. They spent several hours looking qver the freight depot and the railroad shops. It is understood that they were investi gating the need of an addition to the freight house. HOT WEATHE CREAM TO ALTIES. (EXTRA HEAVY.) BAKED HAM POTATO CHI STRAWBERRIE PHONE 292. ED DONE.) :XTRA FINE.) (TWICE A DAY.) HADLEY BROS. Was Given Full Pay. Havana, May 18. The Hous'e of Representatives today allowed Con gressman Coroma, who in 1903 killed Editor Insua and afterward was par doned, full pay for the time he was in prison. A FAREWELL RECEPTION. Formal Adieu to be Said to the Rev. and Mrs. H. H. H ad ley. Next Tuesday evening the ladies of St, Paul's Episcopal church will give a farewell reception to the Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Hadley at Parish House from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. All friends and parishoners cordially Invited.The Rev. and Mrs. Hadley are preparing to leave for Newark, N. J. within the next two weeks. 23 CENTS A SWEET JUICY ORANGES. EN WITH YOUR DER. - THEY'RE PHONE 292. ER A DOZ- IRDAY OR- All kinds of vegetables and fruits at H meiers, 1030 Main. Phone orders J a speci whip . IfCOjOK fs aT M ST VozeS ORI 1 . 1SATL rtADLEY BROS SERVICES .- THE CHURCHES Grace M. E. Church. Kev. Wilbur M. Nelson, Pastor. Sunday school at 9 a. m T. A. Mott, Supt. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Class meeting at 11:45 a. m. Junior League at 2:30 p. m. Senior League 6:30 p. m. at wrhich time the officers elect will be installed. A most cordial wel come is extended to the public to at tend all of these services. Whitewater Friends. O. M. Frazer, Pastor. Bible School at 9 a. m. Meeting for worship at 10:30. Miss Zona Williams of Earlham will speak at the Sunday evening service 7:30. S- East Main Street Friends. Alfred T. Ware, Pastor. Bible school at 9 o'clock. Meeting for worship at 10:30. Junior Endeav or at 2:30. Senior Endeavor 6:30. ' JUL - e. South Eighth Street Friends. Clarence M. Case, Pastor. Bible school at 9 a. m. Meeting for worship at 10:30. C. E. at 6:30 begins a series of monthly meetings for the entire congregation on the subject of church history and doctrines. - First Presbyterian. Sabbath school 9:15, Mr. Howard A. Dill. Supt. Divine worship 10:30 and 7:30. Sermon by the pastor ; Themes "Prisoners of Hope" and "Civic Joy." Prayer meeting Thurs day 7:30. Welcome. Second Presbyterian Church. Morning worship at 10:30. Evening service 7:30. C. E. at 6:45. Junior C. E. at 2 p. m. Sunday school at 9:15. Earlham Heights Sunday school at 2:30. Mid-week service Thursday at 7:15. First English Lutheran. Rsv. Elmer G. Howard, Pastor. Morning worship at 10:30 a. m. Evening service 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9 a. m. North A Street Friends. Firstday school at 9 a. m. Meeting for worship 10:30. Evening meeting 6:30. Topic Individuality. First Methodist Episcopal Church. Corner Main and Fourteenth Sts. Rev. R. J. Wade, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Morn ing service at 10:30 a. m. The Knights Templars of Richmond will attend in a body. The pastor will preach on "Knightly Service to Men" and special music will be fur nished by the choir and girls chorus. Class meeting at 11:45 a. m. Junior League at 2:30 o'clock. Epworth De votional service at 6:30 p. m. Even ing service at 7:30 p. m. Public in stallation of Epworth League officers at this service. The pastor will preach on "Power Going to WTaste." A cordial welcome to all these ser vices. ' ' First Church of Christ Scientist. Services at 10:30. Subject "Anci ent and Modern Necromacy or Mes merism and Hypnotism." Wednes day evening experience meeting at 8 o'clock. Pythian Temple. All are welcome. Christian Science Reading Room open to the public every after noon except Sunday. No. 10 North Tenth street. ASK DAYTON FOR MEET HIGH SCHOOL AMBITIOUS Richmond's Plucky Little Athletes Believe That They Can Win From Steele High School at Dayton in Track and Field Events. The High School track team has sent a challenge to Steele High School of Dayton, for a track meet. It is not known whether Steele will accept, as two years ago, when the two teams contested at Dayton, some trouble arose over the outcome of the meet, which Richmond won, and a fight ensued. However, as the two schools have now "buried the hatch et" the meet will probably be ar ranged. At the state meet at Crawfordsville today Ralph Guyer, High School's crack weight man, is expected to take first pl-ce in the hammer throw event with a better record than he made last year. He is also expected to do great work with the twelve pound shot. Last Saturday at the Quadran gle Field Meet at Anderson after Guyer had won first place in the hammer throw at 114 feet and 9 in., he threw it 126 ft. and 2 in. Ralph Cain, high school's crack long distance runner and the Relay Team are also expected to do fast work on the track. Cincinnati Excursion. Sunday, May 20, Pennsylvania Lines excursion train n?as 7:00 a. m. $1.25 round trip from ifichmond. 15-17-19 and wkly Dyspepsia Is America's curse. Bur dock Blood Bitters conquers dyspep sia every time. It drives out impuri ties .tones the stomach, restores per fect digestion, normal weight, and good health. Notice. Reduction in Price of Mileage on the Dayton & raction Co. The Dayton stern Traction Company will eage books good for the Indivi urchaser at lc per mile, good months. Western T land Ve sell mfi diialp tcf three The Backbone of a Mighty Nation Plenty Strawberries Oc Qu art Fresh Supply a 2 P. M. iuufinea pplcs at 1 0c each Plenty ireen Beans Peas, ispa fagus Cucimbtrs -Spinach, Kale Tomatoes New Rotatoes Sweet Pot itoes Celery ' Heavy Cream to Whip Baked H (codfced done) Dressed ickens Telephone youjr rders early and get a goo 1 selection. HADLEY pROS, Telephone 292 OUR NE STRA is now being o just what pect the The best for $ $2, $1.50 KIBBEY & CO. SATURDAY'S G. A. R To LaF rsion tte, Ind. The Indianap Eastern Ry. Co. will sell excurs tickets, Richmond to Lafayette an return for $2.75. Tickets on sal t Interurban Sta and 24. Good re tion May 21, 22, turning May 26. M Cars leaving Rich mond every hourunaking direct con nection for Lafayette. ooo oooo O CRE o o o o o EXT O G TRY PHONE. HADLEY Bl OOOOOOOGOOO am I 9H 1 f- IN LINE OF W HATS ptned, arifl they are ypu would cx- m to jbe. $4$3,$2.50 $1.00 , BSECEJ, ALL KINDS OF THE FINEST VEGETABLES and FRUITS Fancy Strawberries 10c Quart Navel Oranges Dressed Chickens WHITE HOUSE COFFEE: Phone your ordel: , No 229 HARRY J. DOAN 12th and Main 1 avd I f dlis L a M Vnl et ir r DOOO m TO WHIP ir 1 1 . wis tank Anthracite Coal $7 per ton for May delivery. HACKMAN, KLEHFOTH & CO. 32-lw W is good food food for brain, food for brawn, food that is strengthening, that gives energy and courage. Without a proper appreciation of this great fundamental truth no nation can rise tq greatness. As an article of food, soda crackers are being used mere and more every day, as is attested by the sale of nearly 400,000,000 packages of Uneeda Biscuit, which have come to hi recog nized as the most perfect soda cracker the world has ever known. And so Uneeda Biscuit will soon be on every table at every meal, giving life, health and strength to the American people, thus in very truth becoming the backbone of the nation. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ilJlo 44. 1 m .. m 1 6 and 17 ColonialBdlilding. 'Phone 1634. Prices' Reasonable a Satisfaction Guaranteed. r 6 The Latest Styles Tele scope ana Tourist Pearl and Gray 03. 0 m See Our East VI MEMBER MERCHANTS' A980CIATIOH Saturday 8 more of those Rubber tired Le Carts. Everyone says thee) day more $3.00. Specials in Sun Bonnets style and the best of goods, sold on Saturday at 25cts eac them in the middle window. Our line of Shirt Waists a the prettiest! most airy and neatest that can be seen in Richmond and the stamp pelpfe are very kind to us. 50 stamps go with each waist of from $1.00 to$2.50 value. Groceries cheaper than anyplace Old potatoes that are nice aftd solid not Isp routing and shriveled at v 85cts bu. Special Sale in We have sold several lots al a test ann have found it to be equal to any. Guaranteed not to crack or craze all per gallon $1.00. All colors. The best of country butter that sold at per pound 20cts. Pictorial Review Patterns ori sale. T ; " ' ' -,v v .j ilX Store opened Friday night. HOOD'S MODEL DEPARTI'lENT STORE Trading Stamps with AH Purclasop. Free Delivery. New Phone 1079; Old Phone 13 R. Slor Open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings.! 41 1-413 Main Street. r. J. Al the spe .max no me urn Consultation and One HE TREATS SUCCESSFUL!) Lungs, Kidneys, Liver and Bladder, Rhe the blood, Epilepsy (or falling fits,) Canc eases. Female Diseases, Night Losses, Loss or maturer years. Piles, Fistula, Fissure detention from business. Rupture Positively Cut Office, No. 21 South Tenth DR. HAMIl NORTH TENTH STREE 1 ef.Deitist 0 SO indow. Specials fk and Seat adjustable Qe nicest best they have seen. One i Poke bets. Newest and latest In percales. 20 dozen to be I with each Bonnet. See in Richmond. Quality the best. House Paints was eVer brought to Richmond to bo WALLS CIALIST ce.21 S. 10th 1 f Mondavi Tuesday. Monday and Sati Fridaymd Saturday each week. vlonth' Treatment Free. of Chronic Diseases that are Diseases of the ' Throat, Dyspepsia and all Diseases of ula. Private and Nervous Db- from indiscretions in youth at ation of the Rectum, without d Guaranteed. St., RICHMOND, IND. 4 J all foilns I curabfc. . m ftimatismf If. Scrcf Vf Vitllity VI m m 11 11 11 ii . liar w ji I 11 LL I u U UV U