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y-M - - Are You Tired, Nervous and Sleepless? Nervousness and sleeplessness are us ually duo to the fact that the nerves aro not led on properly nourishing blood; they aro ttarved nerves. Dr. Pierce's tJolden Medical Discovery makes jnire. rich blood, and thereby the nerves are properly nourished and all the organs of tho body are run as smoothly as machin ery which runs in oil. In this way you iebl clean, strong and strenuous you are toned up and invigorated, and you arc good for a whole lot of physical or mental work. Best of all, the strength and in- crease In vitality and health aro laxtina. The trouble with most tonics ami med icines which have a large, booming sale 1 lor short, time. Is that they aro largely comrpsed'of alcohol holding the drugs In solution. This alcohol f brinks up the red blood .corpuscles, and In tho long run ' greatly" 'Injures the system. One may feel exhilarlted-artd.oetter for the time being. : yot imthe end weakened and with vitality ' decreased. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery contains . no ' alcohol. Every bottle of it -bears uoon Us, wrapper Thcs a'o.iioTietV. inafullTlist of all its 'Hjfrveri'ln'gredleols. For tho druggist to ol?ei:youigjnetftlng ho claims Js "just as gooUMs to rrfsult, jour intelligence. Evei'-inrrediftnt entering Into the ; worraifaraetf "Golden MedicalDlseovery " has the.unanlmoiis approval and endorso ' saent ptt leading medical authorities : of all'the several schools of practice. No other medicine 6old through druggists for ' li lie purpose has any such endorsement. The "UaHlen Medical Discovery" not only prQuces all the good effects to bo obtained' fromthe use of Golden Seal ' root, in tall "stomach, liver and bowel treuoles.'as'lh dysppsia, biliousness, con , etlpatioi;, ulceration of stomach and ' boTCHs land kindred ailments, but the GoWen Soil 'root used in Its compound ' lng ts greatly enhanced in its curative ae "tion' by" other Ingredients such as Stono root, Black'Cherrvbark, Bloodroot, Man drakes root . apd chemically pure triple refloed, glycerine. "The'CommonSenso Medical Adviser," Is sent' free In paper covers on receipt of 21 one-rent stamps to pay the cost of mail ing only. For 31 stamps the cloth-bound volume will bo sent. Address Dr. li. V. Tierce.' Buffalo. N, Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets euro con fitioatlon. biliousness and headache. - GENNETT THEATRE VAUDEVILLE. IRA SWISHER, Manager. WEEK OF June 4TH. Dally 3, 8 and 9:20 p. m. PROF. GU3 rPEDERICKS j Overture. HOWARD AND LINDERj Presenting their New German Com edy Sketch "As My Father Jsed to Say." LAURA DAVIS Singing Comedienne. DALY & MURPY. Singing andvalklng (fcmedlans ERN Illustrated So JOSEPH fc. WATSON. The Little Ilebfcjr Gentleman. RACkETT HAZARD. Novelty Musical Act. MOTION PICTURES. "Trained Monkey August," "Unex ' pected Fireworks," "Cards and Crime" and "A Gentleman Highway man." THE NE1APHILLIPS VAUDEVIIJXE THEATER O. Q .IVVJITOAY MANAGER. WEEKCF JUNE 4TH. DAILY at 3 ad 8 P. M. A MISS GRAYCE MILLER, Overtur B COSMOPOLITAN QUARTET. Introducing Plantation Medleys. James ClarC 1st Tenor. Howard Harris, Sowano, W. Thompson, bari tone, John BVhlte, bass. C ALBERT DASHINGTON. Singing nd Eccentric Dancing. Mo nologlst aid polite Comedy. D BIN NET & CHAPMAN. Up-to-dnfe character sketch artists, Vocaltst&Jind Dancers. E MISS LEONA THOMPSON. Illustrated Songs. F THE' CATTONS. In awonderful demonstration of mental telepathy. G HOWARD MORRIS. . Tho Whistling Wonder. H Mr. and Mrs. John T. Powers. "The Players." I THE PHILOSCOPE. San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Pictures. If you have good "opportun ity 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. THE DAYTON & WESTERN TRACTION GO. In effect May 5. 190G. Subject to change without notice. MAIN LINE AM .AM 6.30 .4.i ..) T 60 All FTT 8.00 (Mi P M ,P M e.vojii.oo 0.57 11.65 Itlch'd Lt 8.00 ftnd Kftton Ar W.Alex " Iayton " 8 Slevery 7.OSIH.0A Mainour 8.6 io.vsaa.is 8 00.no lO.dO 'until 10.00 ill. 00 1 NEW PARIS BRANCH (THROUGH SERVICE) Leave Richmond for New Paris. B:60. 6:45, 8:20, 9:20, 10:00, 11:20, a. m., 12:20, 1:20. 2:20, 3:00. 4:20, 5:20. 6:20, 7:20. 8:20. 9:55 and 11:00 P. M. Transfere at New Westvllle. Direct connections at Dayton with "Lima Limited" trains for Troy, Piqua and Lima, leaving Richmond at 5:50. 9:00. 12:00 a. m., and 3:00 p. m. CONNECTIONS At Eaton with P., C. 'C. & St. L. for points north and south. At West Alexandria with Cin cinnati Northern R. -R. for points north and south. At Dayton with elec tric lines diverging for Troy, Ptjufo, Sidney, Lima, Xenla, Springfield, Co lumbus, Hamilton and Cincinnati. Through rates, through tickets to a!! points. For further information, call Home Phone 269. Arrangements fo parties, Bpecial -4rs. etc., call phono or write C. O. BAKER, O. F. and P A.. West Alex andria. O. MARTIN SWISHER. Agent 7g v7 is i s " J siPi K?AJtsft MISS BILLIE BURKE, POPULAR ACTRESS, WHO HAS BEEN LEFT A FORTUNE. Blllle Burke Is an American girl who has been the rage of London for some time pasL There she pi&ys "Commere" and other roles in the London Coliseum "revue." Recently the popular actress was left $35,000 by Wallace T. Saw yer, an old friend of her father. PLAN FOR A DAISY LUNCHEON By Cornelia C. Bedford. Tho decorations for a daisy lunch eon should be yellow and white, the centre piece being composed o daisies and maiden-hair ferns, under which might be a circle of bolting cloth bordered with an embroidered kreath of daisies. Use white candles with shades covered ! with daisies; name cards of white brlstol board cut in daisy form and tinted with water colors. For favors have cups of crr :ipc-r topped with daisies filled x' Ah'.lQ and yellow dragees. C'; eani of Chicken Soup, Oyster Poulette in Cases Fii2:l Sweetbreads Green Peas Stuffed Potatoes Lettuce and Egg Salad Wafers Cheese Pineapple Sherbet Angel's Food Coffee. If the hostess will plan to have boiled chicken for dinner on the day preceding this luncheon the first course will be provided without any appreclabla cost. The luncheon Is presumable for eight covers. -For this number heat a quart of the chicken broth skimmed free from fat. Pre pare separately a smoothly thickened sauce, using three tablespoonfuls each of flour and butter and one pint of thin cream or rich milk. Gradually dilute with the hot broth, season to taste and simmer gently ten minutes. In serving drop a spoonful of whipped cream In each plate. For those who live where oysters cannot be had in the freshest condi tion it will be best to omit the fish course as oysters are really out of season now; at the same time they make adellghtful course. Prepare a sauce cooking together two table spoonfuls each of butter and flour; when bubbling gradually stir In one cupful of oyster liquor which has been boiled and skimmed very thoroughly then one cupful of rich milk in which a pinch of celery seed has been steep ed then strained out. Stir until smoothly thickened and keep hot over water. WJien soup Is sent In to the table drop Into the hot sauce fifty medium sized oysters which have been rinsed and dried. As quickly as they swell and ruffle stir In the yolks of three beaten eggs with one table spoonful of cream and take from the fire. Add one tablespoonful of chopp ed parsley and fill small paper cases with the mixture. With this course serve brown bread sandwiches cut In fingers. Soak four pairs of sweetbreads In cold water, changing It until they are white. Drop into boiling water, add a Marriage Licenses. Lawrence A. Ogborn. 26, Dublin, and Beulah Guyton, IS, Cambridge City. Bert Smith, 23, Hagerstown, Nel lie Huddleston, 20, ML Auburn. Real Estate Transfers. Wayne County Commissioners to Walter B. Garver, lot 4 in the Commissioners' subdivision of lot 54 In Hugh Maxwell's ad dition to Earlham place $750 Julia Zuttermeister to Galen H. Oderklrk. lot 17 in that part of the city laid out by W. C. Dov er $200 Arthur E. Wlld'man to A. A. Black lot 2 in Wlldman's sub division of a part of lot 43 In W. F. Manley's second addition to Richmond $550 Contract for Bridge, A petition has been filed for a guar dian for Elmer Collvln, ged 9, heir to the estate of the late Margaret Col vin. The probable value of his prop erty Is $1500. STC Bean tie of .1U8 Kind Vta Haw Aiwflrs laegtt CITY ftKO COITY I teaspoonf ul of salt, one small onion I sliced and a bit of mace and simmer for twenty minutes. Drain, trim, ar range on a platter, cover and press with a light weight until cold and firm. Dip each In slightly beaten egg, roll in fine stale bread crumbs and im merse In smoking hot fat until golden brown. Drain on soft paper art yCvn on the platter dust over them the hard boiled youlk of an egg rubbed through a very fine sieve. Bake eight large potatoes; halve carefully, scoop the potatoes into a hot bowl and press through a ricer. Beat lightly, adding three tablespoonfuls of melted butter, two tablespoonfuls of hot cream, salt and pepper to taste and the stiffly whipped whites of four eggs. Heap in the shells, dabble the top of each with a little beaten yolk and brown slightly In a hot oven. Take one Quart of shelled green peas. Heat in a saucepan two table spopnfuls of butter, one teaspoonful of sugar, one scant teaspoonful of salt and a dash of pepper. Drop in this the washed peas, cover and shake over a hot fire for five minutes. Add three tablespoonfuls of boiling water, draw back and cook slowly about twenty minutes longer. !T necessary add a little more water to keep them from burning but the pr-as should be quite dry when served. Boll eight eggs for three quarters of an hour. Shell , them, chill and set aside. Wash two heads of lettuce, us ing only the perfect blanched leaves. Arrange two on each plate. Cut the eggs in halves lengthwise, remove the yolks without breaking. Cut the whites in long stripes and arrange on the lettuce like daisy petals. In the centre of each ring place the halved yolk, rounded side upward. Just be fore serving sprinkle with a French dressing. To a Philadelphia cream cheese add sufficient stiff mayonnaise to slightly soften it and mold in tiny balls. Ar range these in a nest made of long round crackers and use as an accom paniment to the salad. Remove the eyes from a large pine apple then grate or chop very fine. Add one pound of sugar and pound well with a wooden beetle. Add the juice of two lemons and oEe orange and one quart of water amTTeT stand for two hours. Strain and freeze to a mush. Stir in a meringue made by whipping the whites of three eggs and three tablespoonfuls of-"ffowdered sug ar to a glossy, stiff frot. Finish the. freezing, repack and let stand for two hours to ripen. BOARD BEGINS SESSION Corporation Assessing and Tax Ad Justing Members Begin Their Work at Court House. The Wayne County Board of Re view met yesterday morning for the first time and after the usual prelim inaries, oragnlzed and went into ses sion for six hours. Not a case appear ed and the Board adjourned. By vir tue of their offices County Assessor Compton is president and . County Auditor Hanes is secretary. The board adjourned at three o'clock to meet again this morning at 10. Unless there are some cases work will be commenced on fixing the assessments of the different corporations in the county. Plans Being Drawn. t Plans for the new building to be built at the Hoosier Brw(b-of the American Seeding . MacfiftoeV Co., axe unns uiaue ana win De J&Ur cy. me J m ... . -"T7- . .tfmethe company securq&V he "full right-to the street. There. be" noth. lng done until that time. Although .the Board of Public WorkB has voted to close the thoroughfare, some . of . the residents wish the street tQ remain open.A date has been set for the hear ing of petitions, . . Palladium Want Ads Par. AT THE THEATERS Vaudeville at the Gennett. Howard and Linder, who put on a German comedy sketch at the Gen nett this week, are one of the liveli est teams this house has ever tad and they put on a good turn, which com bines vocal numbers, interesting dia logue and comedy situations. The whole is entitled "As My Father Used to Say" and the name is derived from the habit of Mr. Howard in quo ting from his father some Germanized maxims that mean anything except what the original intended. The turn ends by Howard eating some pills that were meant to create gas and float an airship and he is blown to pieces and returned to the stage in wheelbarrow, as badly disfigured, ap parently as if Maud of comic supple ment fame, had landed on him. Daly and Murphy, singing and talking com edians, have smething much different from what any of their predecessors in this line have offered and they show marked ability to create laugh ter. Other features on the bill are Laura Davis, singinb comedian; Jo seph K. Watson, Hebrew character delineator; the illustrated songs and motion pictures, the last mentioned being especially interesting this week two of the films. "Cards and Crime" and "Unexpected Fireworks," show ing much more than ordinary skill In devising entertainment of this kind. The race between automobiles, one occupied by highwaymen seeking to holdup the passengers In the other, Is an exciting depiction. The illustrated songs this week are "Only a Soldier Boy" and "Since Father Went to a Work," the latter having a comedy turn, with clever illustrations. Vaudeville a the Phillips. One of the most interesting parts of the vaudeville bill at the New Phil- Hps this week s the exhibition of telepathy by the Cotsons. They give demonstrations of a re markable nature in describing arti cles exhibited throughout the audi ence and in the handling of large numbers. Their work is as good, per haps, as anything of the kind that has ever been seen at this house. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Powers, presenting "The Players," have a clever turn in which the former shows marked versatility and is ably supported by his wife. Howard Morris, whistler, received a cordial greeting and the audience was anxious to recall him. but in vain. Other features of the bill are Albert Da6hington, who sings, dances and appears in monologue, his dancing be ing the best feature; Binney and Chapman, character sketch artists, vocalists and dancers; and the Coc mopolitan Quartet composed of local colored men, who received a cardial greeting. Miss Leona Thompson is growing in favor as a singer of the illustrated songs. This week the mo tion picture films shows the San Fran- cisvo earthcuake and'fire pictures of special interest at this time. The film has been purchased outright so that it may not only be shown here but can be used over the circuit in which Manager Murray has an Interest. LIZARDS OF BARBADOS. They Can Change Color and Drop Their Tails at Will. The green lizards which swarm on every tree certainly have the hardest life of any creatures In Barbados, since their flesh i.-i so delicate that every thing eats them which can catch them. Cats, fowls, birds, monkeys and snakes all devour the poor lizards, which have only two methods of defending them selves, both very inadequate for the purpose. One is their power of chang ing their celor, whereby they can ap pear bright green at one moment on the leaf of an aloe and then dark choc olate brown on a piece of damp earth. If this does not conceal them from their enemy they drop their tails. The caudal appendage jumps from the ground and makes a frantic dance all by Itself, and if the pursuer is delud ed into seizing It the lizard avails it self of the chance to escape and grow another tail. For the rest the poor lizards are harmless things, with pathetic eyes. In which lurks an expression of weari ness and disillusion, as though they were as old as the world itself and had found it all vanity and vexation of spirit. They are fond of plaintive mu sic and will enter at the open windows when a piano is playing and sit listen ing and nodding their queer flat heads and looking out of those wistful eyes at the player till he or she, If of an lm aginative temperament, might fancy she were playing to an audience of transmigrated souls. Chambers' Jour nal. Still Time. Burroughs Say, old man, there was a time when you promised to share your last dollar with me. Rlchley That's all right I haven't got down to it yet Though the sua scorches us some times and gires us the headache, we do not refuse to acknowledge that we stand in need of his warmth. De Sior nay. Paper Handkerchiefs. Tbe paper handkerchief, unlike the paper collar. Is here to stay," said a physician. "It has a good reason for remaining, and that is what the paper collar never had. The paper handker chief comes to usTrom Japan, where for centuries It has been in use. It is soft and thick and strong, and it looks i!ke silk. It costs a cent less than the cost of laundering a linen" handker chief. The; linen handkerchief, physi cians agree, is the most dangerous ar ticle in the human wardrobe. It swarnas with billions of germs of con sumption and grip and pneumonia, and hence, Instead of being laundered, it should be destroyed. But it can't be destroyed: it is too' expensive. The pa per handkerchief Is destroyed. It is thrown into the fire. The rarity of consumption in Japan is attributed, with come show of justice, to the ex clusive use of paper handkerchiefs by the Japanese." yewYork Press. ALL SICK WOMEN SHOULD - READ MRS. FOX'S LETTER tn All Parte of the United States Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Has Effected Similar Cures. Many wonderful cures of female Ills are continually coming to light which have been brought about by Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and through the advice of Mrs. Pinkham, of Lvnn, Mass., which is given to sick women absolutely free of charge. The present Mrs. Pinkham has for twentv-five years made a study of the ills of her sex ; she has consulted with and advised thousands of suffering women, who to-day owe not only their health but even life to her helpful advice . Mrs. Fannie D. Fox, of 7 Chestnut Street, Bradford, Pa., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham " I suffered for a long time with female trouble, and finaliy wastold by my physician that I had a tumor. I did nut want to submit to an operation, so wrote you for advice. I received your letter and did as you told mo, and tc--ifty I am completely cured. My doctor says the tumor has disap peared, and I am once more a well woman. I believe Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Com pound is the best medicine in th world." The testimonials which we are con stantlypublishingfrom grateful women establish beyond a doubt the power of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound to conquer female diseases. Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. She asks nothing in return for her advice. It is absolutely free, and to thousands of women has proved to be more precious than gold. Often The Kidneys Aro Weakened by Orer-Work Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used, to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to tne Icidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most important organs. , The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their work. Therefore, when vour kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems, to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidnev remedv. is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases, and is eold on its merits by all druggists in fiffy-cent fend one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle Hor) of Swamp-Root. ';y mail free, also a pamphlet telling you low to find out if you have kidney or ladder trouble. Mention this paper . hen writing to Br. Kilmer & Co., Bing saniton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake, lit' remember th name, Swamp-Root, )r. Kilmer's Swajnp-Rcot, and the ad-'o-s. P.: .trhn v,ton , N. Y., on every bottle. Cedar Springs NEAR Nl PARIS, OHIO Home offthe Navahoc Water BafAouse, Club House. ."j Pool, Mlllards, Bowling Alleys A and all out door soorts. lu1. CHICKEN DINNERS a Specialty. 75 CENTS Maxson & McDannald, Props. 9i mm Green or Black ..ujwn and popular at toe two greatest World's Fairs Chicago and St. Louis and now sold by every up-to-date grocer, loose or in sealed package. Are sold looee or in seated pac ets by Great Atlantic & Pacific 72a Co, 727 Main. Trading staapsyy trading checks with aJBrceries at HAEMIEB'S. No; 1030 Main. Phone 1111 . & JWrs. Fannie D. Fox fa HOmEL SMI, f-Si mm 2 . I jf- ucrtruaei I it A VBreslau j f Sf, Of S0RW00D PARK,!? I . CHICAGO ! 5 -L VfllL LECTURE ON I t M Vs. Industri A SPI Tuesday, June 5 If Wednesday, June 6 If Cnrllc-to Thursday, June 7 Te AT ODD FELLOWS' Cor. 8th and Main SUNDAY SG NO BETTEfTPLACE i m ECIAL MESSACEf I M SUBJECT pVerty, Crlpe MildVdbor V ..NATIONAL MILITARY HOME., DAYTON, OHIO. Sparkline lakes, beautiful lawns, spacious drives, fountains of living wter, inviting grottos, ana tne most delicately tinted thewj Exceptionally ii m i Sunday School Parties Call Home Phone 269 and DR. HAMILJOI NORTH TENTH STREET The The abode of 5kJft Winds,Persistent Sunshines, and Oemtle rains; the lad of Beauty, Happiness, Flowers, Contentment and Health , . .. i Throughoi thi3wide area fertile land ia yet to bt had at from a Northern standpoint VERY LOW PRIQES. ( From somfc of this land an av made lalt year on Strawberries. From Cantaloupe $250.00. Peaches, Anples. Grapes, return handsomely. Seattle need but little winter feed. -- Write me for Facts and Figures. G. A. Park, Generarfenmigration andJfldustrial Agsnt Louisville ScTNshville R. Rf LOUISVILLE, KY. DR. riday nd 0& Consultation HE TREATS SU ;es 1 fci'l 7BLLY Lungs, Kidneys, Liver a ladder. the blood. Eoileosv (or fallinsr fits. I eases, Female Diseases, Night Losses, Loss of Vitality from indiscretions in youth or matnrer veara piles. Fistula. Fissure and Ulceration of the Rectus, without detention from business. Rupture Positively- Office. No. 21 South Tenth im. YOU GUI urn. v Buy your sterner ticket from HANS N. KOVJL, 11 S. 7th SL, Agent for I r .. a a ...HAMBLIRC AMERICAN LINE.., it- finesOAciJmmodations. Lowest Rates. j Richmond Insurance if and Child Labor 8 TO WOMEN S : and War Cause aad Curei Why Women Should beg s to Socialism Answered. X -X HALL, Front Room Sts.. Richmond. Ind. it ADMISSION FREE. it THAN BEAUTIFUL floweivfrom all parts LoW Rates to excursion agent w; South erage, ' of $416,951 net, was J. A. WALLS II 1 I I I II II .'V II LLr LL. I M U U W U THE SPECIALIST At Home CJnce, 21 S. 10th jfd Saturday each week. Month's Treatment Free. all forms of Chronic Diseases that are curable. Diseases of the Throat, Rheumatism. Dyspepsia and all Diseases of Cancer. 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