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Children's Russian Tub Dresses
Bargains at 50c, 62c, and 79c.
Solid color chambrcys, with belt, cuffs and collar of checked ginghams
Also, figured ginghams, with solid colored bands and bcli>. high and low
nec k, short or lone, sleeves, as may be ilcsiicd. Open from and l?ack. Sizes
2 to ft years. This lot include 4 $1.0.) and SI 2> values, and having a limited
quantity, WC advise bringing the little lots early.
Social and ;
In Petersburg lo-day rit 12 o'clock
Miss Roberta Alston llninlllon. daugh?
ter of Mr. und Mrs. Alexander i.amll
ton, will b? ninriied tu Lester James
Grant, of Colorado, 'flic rcrtmoiiy will
be performed Kt St. Paul's ISptsc.ojml
C.hiircil. the Rev. K^mund I'cndleton
Da nd rid (to officiating Mrs. Tliomti*
IMncltney Bryan, of this oily, will bo
matron 61 honor and .lames B tinuii.
Jr.. will act Bs bis brotlx-r's best man.
Mrs. Sarah Alexandci Hamilton will
hp the bride's maid of Honor. The
ushers, will Include Messrs. It. 11.
Davis, of Denver: .? U. ?lenefec, or
Louisville, Ky.: 1;. A: Blow, r.r <;iou
cester; Leonard Kennedy', "f Brooklyn;
S. C. Thomas, Jr., of Denver: I'. L.
Conquest, Jr., of Itichmitnil; M. 0.
Addoms, of New Vork; .\. D. llamll
Men's $2.00 Silk
Finished Madras Pa
jamas, $1.50
Men's SI.50 White Madras
Pajamas, trimmed with silk
frogs; sale price, SI.00.
The Flour That
Gives Universal
Bernard, Frances & Company
Broad and Fifth Streets
See Our Windows
N. W. Corner Third anil Broi.
Showing Spring Style?
Colonial I'll in p*4.
A Famous New Vork Chef Saldi
"1 could as easily do without Hour,
In baking, as without Sailer's Ex*
Unequaled for cakes. Ices, custards,
puddings, sauces, etc.
One pound can i>ood quality
Nicely Perfumed Talcum Powder
for 14c at
s>ame QtiaMty livery Day.
Monroe 1861.
201 E. Broad
Important displays of new Spring I
Huits. Dresses and Millinery.
Women's and Misses' Outer fiarmcnls ?roa*I*.
Easy 1 itt ig-Oxfords,
$3.50 i
Sei txx >ur Sycle
11 West Broud.
ion. of Petersburg, nun Thomas
j Hi y in. of Richmond.
i Mi. UrHtit in the. hoii nr the lat<
I Cioyornor ami Mrs. JumcR B. Urant, ol
; Returned I'rnui .Vor? Vor?..
I Mrs: T. II Elicit, of w-st V'rankltn
Street, hns returned to the city, al?
ter spending some time in Sew York.'
! Mrs. Kllctt was registered at the Wal.|
ilorf-Astorla during hor stay in New
Mrs. Otto Theodore lies* hss r<
turned from a visit to New Vorn, and
has as her giiesi Mrs. i.eoti Hess.
: At ilie Woman's flub.
! ".Some Aspects of the Mother l*oit
; gtto'' whs the subject of an Interest
I mg lecture given at Hi- vi Oman's
Cluli yesterday afternoon by j ?-?"??.:
I Hart, of this elt.-. Former tlbvernori
Andrew Jackson Montague introduced!
the lecturer to his audience in an nt-l
' tractive little speech. Mr, Muri ? ?'"?
i jc-t Ik on- of very grcut interest,
since language has always played such
an Important pan In tge ucyeiopineni
and cultivation of k im.r people.
II- said that the wilderness "I wnru*
was so vast and th- pathways so veVj
Intricate and numerous that onW a
small part of the great substance "f
the English language ? ould be toilet?
ed upon In a lecture.
Th- English language has an unlim?
ited capacity for absorbing words of;
every tongue and th- elements drawn-1
from so many sources nave been won-,
dcrfUlly molded Into a language mill:
Is lliilnitcly varied end Interesting. I
Many terms huvc been oof rowed from]
the. Latin and roots of every language
] that came In contact with the original!
portion of the English tongue nave!
lieft their Impress on the language.
The speaker gave a number of in?
teresting sk'lcbes concerning th.j on
gin and relation of words and roots of :
words with a long list of derivatives!
and their diversified meaning at lne|
present time. He said that the saxoii
tongue Is the backbone of tho lan?
guage and gave many pretly little
Morles that have followed the mean- ;
lllg of the words down through ihn j
long processes of lime. These little!
stories make words lake on real lire
and a significant meaning that has.
lent Interest to many .similar subjects.
Mr. Hart paid a beautiful tribute to
Colonel McCabe and closed bis lec?
ture yesterday with a series of quo?
tations from some of the bryt known
men of English letters, by which ae
mote clearly demonstrated th- modern
and ancient usages of words In our
language to-day.
The club parlors wer- decorated
with pink tulips and Mrs. Rolfe C!lov-i
er and Miss Elisabeth Pelden served I
lemonade. Mrs. C. W. 1'. Brock and
Mrs. K. V. Valentine w?r<; at the loa
table and Mrs. John Hail was chair?
man of the afternoon.
I Nexl Monday afternoon the Woman's
Club will tender a reception to .lohn
] Powell, who has lately returned Irom
abroad. The reception will be giv?
en In the club parlors from 0 lo i
On Friday mo'rnlng from 11 to 1.'
o'clock a sewing circle will be insti?
tuted at the club. All members tue
eligible, and the meetings once a week
will 3urely prove very Interesting tit
Invitations Withdrawn.
On account of the serious illness, of
Mrs. Mary Miller, grandmother ol
Joseph l^awrence Miller, whose mar?
riage to Miss Bertha Elizabeth Yonder-j
lehr had been announced to take place'
Wednesday morning. April 17. at 91
o'clock. nt'St. Mary's Church, the In?
vitations have been withdrawn. The
marriage will lake plac privately.
Attend Anhlntid Dnner.
Some of the Richmond people at?
tending the Easter german thai took
place in Ashland on Friday evening
Included Miss Dorothy Mlnton, with
Mr. K i I la in. Miss Ruby Brauer, with
Mr. Fills: Miss Lucy Punic, with Mr.|
Clover; Miss Swann, with Mr. Emmet t;i
Miss Pearce, with Mr. Ityrd; Miss Dora
Homer, with Mr. Flynn: Miss Ruby
I Stolrz. with. Mr. Crumpler; Miss Mar?
tha Sutherland, with Mr. Worsham;
Miss Laura Mills, with Mr. Blonnt.
The dance was gl\en by the Cotll
llon Club of Randolph-M icon College.
Fur Miss Slmklna.
.Vii exchange contains the following
of Interest to society here:
For Miss Annie Cole Slrriklns. whose
marriage to Samuel Fair Marshall, is
to take place next week, Mrs. Hemer
I.. Denmark entertained with a tea
parly Monday afternoon. Only Willi j
flowers were used for decorntlon, ami
the rooms wer- rilled with fragrant
masses of pink azalea, purple wis
latin and white dogwood. Assisting
in serving- were Misses Elsie Krensbni
Mildred Cunningham. Sophie AlOldrlm.
Margaret Chnrlton ami Mrs. Frederick
l'i nnlmnn. Mrs. .1. R. Ch.snutt, m
whose home the entertainment was!
given, .served punch.
The inn H inge <.( Miss Lillian To'dd.
of Louisville, Kv? nnd Robert [Ins.-!
kins, of this city, will take place to?
day at the residence of the bride's
mother. .Mrs. Alexander Thomas Tonn.!
oi Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Ilaskins]
will arrive In Richmond on April
where they will be at 9|? PhM! Avenue I
for several ivcski; before sailing tor!
Europe. j
Important Meeting.
There will be an Important meet-;
ing of the executive board or Vto Vir?
ginia Home for Incurables i*i Wed?
nesday morning at the home at. 11
o'clock. All members eif the board
are urged to he present.
In Nets Vork.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Valentine, who
were married In Wilson. N. C. April
10. are spending their honeymoon In
New York City. Mr. and Mrs. N.alen
tlne niii slopping at the Hotel As tor
during their visit to New York. Mrs.
Valentine was formerly Mfss Elsie
Moore, daughter of Dr. and Mrs, C.
E. Moore, of Wilson. On . their re?
turn r*oiith. Mr. and Mrs. Valentino
will reside In Richmond.
Murrinicc Announced.
Strother M. Newman, of Sterling,
l.oudoun county, announces the mar?
riage of his daughter, Miss Julian
Overton Newman, to James . Clajrt oil
Wrenn. Mr. Wrenn Is nlso of
l.oudoun county.
Oi-irnn Itccltul.'
An Interesting event in musical cir?
cles of Richmond this week will be
tho organ recital given at St. Paul's
Church at 8:16 o'clock on Thursday
evening. The. affair Is under tho di?
rection of all tho -Junior Auxiliaries
of Richmond, and a large audience
will attend. Tho feature of tho pro?
gram arranged for the evening will
ho tho violin aolos rendered by llttlo
Mips Maria Adklns. daughter or Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Adklna. Mr. Cosby
and Air. ftelnhnrdt will play, and Mr*.
Monoll will sing several songs.
Childr*?t?'i? ii.ini r.
Tho Teddy Hears anil China Holls,
taken hy ? uiimher of fashionable
liny boys and girls of Richmond, will
only dance at the matinee per
forniancc of the bljt Kirmes?. This
matinee will be given on \Vcdnesila>
afternoon at '.':.".0 o'clock.
In mill Out of Town.
Mr. and Mrf. Walter l.ynwood
I., few. who have been in New York
and Atlantic City, returned to Rich?
mond Saturday.
Morson KoRh has returned to the
University of Virginia, ifter spend?
ing the week-end with his rather.
.I.nine .lames Keith. on Cathedral
Mrs. Calvin V Satterfleld I* the
guest or Mrs. .lohn Qultman L.bvcll in
Baltimore for ten lay.'.
James H. prakc, Jr.. who has been
visiting friends at the University of
Virginia, has returned to the city. I
vv.'n. Nelson, ot this city, i* stop?
ping at th? Hotel Aslor In New York
for several da>s.
_ I
Mrs. Chiles M. I>rr?ll and Miss
Klliol Whlttet are visiting Mr?. Hill
in Annapolis, for the Easter dauces
at tii- Naval Academy.
Mis .i W Meredith and daughter.
Mrs. Clarke, left yesterday tor a
week's visit to friend* in Staunton.
MIsr Essie Marlon Str?llmnjt, who
has been a atudent ai Pegra'm Seinl
Inary ror the past three sessions, ts
now living In Norfolk
I.Hlii; Kaouliig Kddlngton, who has
hceii i|uit<i alck nt his home, \HZ1
I'loyii Arena-, in now Improving.
Mrs r. c Walker h:<? ret or tied tri
her home, on Park Avenue, after visit?
ing at Old Point Comfort.
Jos P. BadPnoeh, Sr., .if Chesw'ck
Kami. Ilenrlco county. who w?s
operated on at tlie Memorial Hospital
on Saturday. In rapidly improving.
Skin Peeling Nature's
Aid to New Complexion
(From Woman's Tribune ?
McrcolUcd wax i> a natural beaittl
tier. Hy flaking off the dcvltallz d
surface skill, it merely aastons Na?
ture's work. The second skin layer,
'.?rought gradually to view, exhibits
th- healthy, youthful coior produced
by capillary circulation. This because
tlie capillaries are thus brought nearer
the surlare; alsu because the new skin
Is unsolled by dust ml dirt. ThU
wax. to be had at any drug store tan
ounce will do I, it put on nightly like
cold cream, washed otr morning.- with
warm water, Its work usually is com?
pleted in from seven to te-n days. Ions
enough not to show too marked re?
sults from day to day, or cause pain
or detention Indoors,
A face bath to remove wrinkles,
mad.- by dissolving an ounce of saxo
lite in a half pint witch haul, is an?
other natura! beautifier, slnre its as?
tringent and tonic eff?ct^ smooth out
the wrinkles in accordance with \i
tu:?'- nwii process._
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Duke of Sutherland Responsible!
for Her Return From
United States.
nv M.vmti.isi: ok ku.vienov
IT is the Uuke of Sutherland, the
benefactor or so many of it's nu?
merous relatives und who more
than any otnei member of the
British aristocracy seems to appre
? liitc the true meaning or the words
"noblesse oblige." who is responsible
Tor the abandonment by his halt
sister, Lady Warwick, of her rldlcli
lous tour in America with her lecture,
the material of which was to consist
partly of .Socialist ranting, tor which
there la no marke'* here, and the re?
mainder was to be composed of bei
reminiscences of English society, that
is to say, scandalous gossip, such us
that printed a few years ago bv the
utterly declasse Comtcsse de I.an
castre, who forfeited her rights of a
British peeress as Countess of Cardi?
gan, when she married the late l'ortu
gllCSU Count de l.ancastrc, a friend
01 the Marquis de Soveral.
When Lord Honald Leveson-Cower
came 10 grief in so painful a fashion
the other ilay it was his nephew, the
I duke, who came to his assistance 'n
I so delicate a manner, and nut only
I rescued his mot/ prized possessions
and art treasures, but even provided
for his welfare for the renrainder of
his days.
The duke was equally generous lo
the duchess's sister, Lady Angela,
Korbe?; he extricated his wife's moth?
er, the Dowager Countess of Kosslyn,
front the clutches of the money-lenders
and from tlu- Bankruptcy Court, helped
In.-- half-sister, Lady Algernon Cordon
Lennox, when overtake by financial
disasters, arid has now come lorwajd
to prevent the Conntoss of Warwick
from completely ruining everv vestige
left of her social position, not by tier
socialistic writings, but by her rotat?
ing the cbronlquci- scandaleuscs of the
British nobility, and incidentally ot
her own family and relatives, on an
American lecture platform.
It Is well known that her lecture
managers, not satisfied with the re
HUllS of her llrst lecture. demanded
that there should Ire more scandal and
more "ginger." But in the llrst place,
had she followed those suggest Ions she
?ould have exposed both herself and
husband to all sorts of legal proceed;
ings for slander and for libel on her
return to England, and would also
have condemned hcraell to a social de?
mise more complete even than thai
or the ex-Lady Cardigan. It was at
this moment thai the Duke of Suther?
land appealed to his half-brother-1n
law, the Karl of Warwick, calling bis
attention to all the friglfltful scandal
thai would ensue If Lady Warwick
were to carry out her program, ot?
tered i.. provide each of them with a
baud- me and very llboru-l allowance If
Shi wo.iid :>top the lecturing tour and
irl m o ai ou<-.< to England, and ex
pressed mis readiness to contribute
something more to the restoration and
reorganization of her iittonly wrecked
Una nccs.
That is really the secret of Lady
Warwick's sudden return lb England,
and it reflects much honor on the
l>ufce of Sutherland.
In view of i In- fact thai the cere?
monies connected with the canoniza?
tion of the Maid of Orleans will be
brought to a close towards the end
Of the year, nil other procedure In
tho affair having been finally com?
pleted, and that .loan of Arc will then
be the full-tledgcd national saint of
b ra.no-. It is worth while calling at- J
leutton to the sensation created abroad
by the story Of the Comlesso d'OIIBam
son. ot tii- discovery In the. library
of her uncle, the Comto de Maleyssle. |
of some four or live nutograph letters;
ot .loan of Arc The tarnte claims to
bo a collateral descendant of the war-/
riot maid, ami toe. library referred to I
is. in his vi ancient castle of Bcu- 1
vrlere. i
The Maid 01 oiKans left no descend-,
ums: for there is no truth whatsoever
in the story of hot escape to Met/, with
the assistance ol her brothers, ot hei
marriage, and of her death not. having
actually taken place in 1431 at Rouen.
It is evident that the peculiar ar?
rangements made by the Kren -t
crown in the llfieenth uontury lor
honoring her family, nie In a measure
responsible tor the fairy tale of herj
marriage. Already two years prior lo
her being burned at the stake, namely.
In 1429, King Charles VII. bestowed!
patents of hereditary nobility upon |ho|
father and mother of .loan, ami upon,
her brothers, the. patents expressly
stipulating Mint the nobility accord?
ed In reward for her services should
descend in the female as well ns inj
the male line of the posterity of her
brothers. i
This was a terrible lull order. Kor 1
is meant lhal every one who' was abln|
to trace his descent In any way from
Jacques d'Arc, and from bis wife, [sits I
belle Remee, parents of the Maid ot(
Orleans, was.entitled lo the rank and |
prerogatives of a French noble.
So great was the crowd of pretended I
descendants of her parents, a hundred I
years inter, that King Henry II. is-|
sued a decree) restricting the nobles
claiming descent from Joan of Arc's
parents, lo those who were "living in!
knightly fashion" and "who had means
adequate to support their rank."
In 161-1 King Louis XIII. Issued a still
further decree, annonnc'ng that no
further application for n patent of no?
bility, based on descent, either In the
male or iu the female Una, from Joau
of Arc, would be granted under any
'trcumstanccs whatsoever.
Since this doom.) of l.ouls VIII., near?
ly .".11n years ago, there hap been an
extraordinary decline in the number of
>onu tide descendants of Joan of Arc's
parents?a decline to which the extinc?
tion through massacre, emigration und
ruin of so many fumlllca at thn time ot
the great revolution of 1793. has no
doubt contributed. In fact, to-day
there are barely twenty fnmfltcs Itift
that can show a perfectly authentic
descent, and those only In the female
line, from the parents of the Maid of
Orleans, among them the Melclons
d'Arc. who are as such entitled to bear
the arms granted to her by King
Charles Vit., nearly 500 years ago.
The arms show, on a blue shield, a
perpendicular sword of sliver, pointed
upward. The point supports the gold
crown of Franco, and the hilt of the
sword Is also of gold. The sword Is
flanked on either side hy the gold
heraldic Illy of France. The crest
shows a picture of the Maid of Orleans,
her loosened and flowing hair sur?
mounted by a golden crown. Of course,
the golden lilies on the blue field aro
the armorial bearings df the Kings of
Prance, and the sword added thereto
was In recognition of the manner In
which .loan of Arc. had saved the
King's life and his throne, and had
caused him to be crowned King of
tCopyrlght, 1512. by the Brentwood
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Matter Considered by Sunday
School Association oi
< >rcrani/ation Will Be Perfected!
Sent to Jail.
The Times-Dtspatoh Bureau,
6 Bolllngbrook Street,
(Phono 1435)
Petersburg, Va., April 16. '
The annual mooting of the Baptist
Sunday School Association of Peters?
burg and vicinity was head Sunday
afternoon with the West End Baptist
Church. A delightful musical ' pro?
gram was rouderod by che Sunday
school of that, church. The Rof.
Churlea It. bw Ibllog. pastor of Tabb
Struct Presbyterian Churoh, addresuud
che association, choosing as his sub?
ject the text; "If the lroa bo blunt.!
and ha do not wbat the edge, tbon
must he put to more strength; but
wisdom la profitable to direct.'-? F,ca !
10: 10.
The matter of taking a religious
census of all tho denominations In the
city was diuouHse-d, and the aiaoola- I
lion unanimously ugrucd to co-operate
with all Protestant deruoniuatluus Ir
tubing a religious census of Peters?
burg. The following committee was
appointed for the purpose; Dr. Wil?
liam Pllcher, J. P. Stepheneon. Stanton
Pilchor, J. K. Sutherland and W. M.
It u ok or.
Oilleeru of the association for the
ensuing yeur wore elooled as follows:
President. J. W. I.uns. Vloe-ProaldenL,
ft. A. Ttilmago; Secretary. Stauten
Pllchcr; Assistant Soorotary, Krank D.
McKeuney; Treasurer. W. A. Perdue.
The association la oompoaed of
seven Sutiday schools?two others In
Chesterfield county.
Now additions to the schools of 114
scholars were reported, and aixtceu
conversions. Money collected, }SlS.4f>,
Allutht-r Club to Lie Orcinltnl.
Friends and supiiortcr? uf Uoveruor
Judsun Harmon will meet to organize
a club to-morrow night. While favor?
ing Harmon for the presidential nomi?
nation, the club. It ls understood, will
oppose nn instructed delegation from
Poiersbuj-g to tho State convention,
aud from Virginia to the national con?
vention. The Wilson Club, organized
lust week, strongly favored und In?
structed delegations both from the city
and the State for Wilson. There may,
In consequence, be an Interesting con?
test for tho election of delegates to
the city convention, which will choose
the nine delegates to represent the
city lu tho State Convention.
Kxccimc .Not Uooil.
William Jefferson, negro, got drunk
Saturday night and beat u|i his wife.
Ills excuse in the Police Court this
morning was that he did not know
what he was doing. On Sunday he
beat his wife again, his excuso bc
| ing thut she got drunk instead of go
| ing to church. Neither excuse vcus
I deemed good by tho court, and Jeffer?
son went to jail for thirty duyu on
each charge.
Sent (o the llondn.
Un n requisition from the penitenti?
ary authorities Sergeant J. B. Evans
to-day delivered to a guard six prison?
ers, serving sentences In the city Jail,
for work on the public roads lu Ches?
terfield county.
Pronounced Mad.
Information from Washington, where
examination of the bruin of tlie dog
belonging to Morgan Knight, that re?
cently bit -Mr. Knight's little son. is
to the eltcct that positive evidence of
rabies was found. The little boy Is
now undergoing Pasteur treatment in
A great many owners In the city
are keeping their dogs confined for
the present, or. if allowed lo run In
tlie street, have placed muzzles on
To Itrpnlr Dnmnce*.
A party of engineers, from the
United States Corps In Norfolk. nr
rlved In the city this morning, and
were engaged during the day ]n mak?
ing examination as to the damages
done here hy the recent flood, and us
to the present condition of the harbor.
As tins been stated, the big stone dum
construrtevl hy the government was
badly broken and washed, and sand?
bars which that dam was designed to
prevent were formed lu tho harbor
and river. The government will proh
ably repair these dainaces.
Ilrlef Notes.
Fire occurred Sunday ovenlng In a
dwelling on Federal Street, occupied
by a colored family. Vhe building
was saved from damage, but. bcddinjt
and furniture-were Injured.
In St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Wednesday morning. Miss Minnie.
Blazek and Albert Brizolt, a young |
Bohemian couple of Prlnea Or.orgo
county, will be married.
(Special to The Times Dispatch.]
[?"redcrlckabtirg, Va., April 15.?S. K,
Buxloh, a well-known lawyer of New?
port News, spent two daya TR-re and
cnllod upon n number of citizens In
tho Interest of his candidacy for the
Democratic nomination for Comtress
from the First Congressional District
in opposlilon to Congressman IV, A
Jones Mr. Buxlon recently visited the
Kantern Shore of Virginia and left
here by steamer for h trip throush
the rountloH along tho ftappahnnnock
Mrs. Jacobs, wife of Rev. John H.
Jacobs. pastor of the Methodist
Church. In this city, has gone to the
Maryland University Hospital lu Hal
timoro. where she will HtCbly have to
undergo an operation for appendicitis
Mr. Jacobs is with her.
Captain T. M. f,arkln, of this city,
lias received fro mthe Adjutant-Gen?
eral's office In Richmond a- handsome
silver service medal with two gold
bars, lu recognition of his service* in
the Slate militia for twenty-one years.
Tho medal Is a beautiful one.
A beautiful memorial window nas
been placed In St. George's Episcopal
Church here. It has for its subject
"Christ on the Rb?d to Eni ma us," and
shows the Saviour before Peter and
Cleopns, when "their eyes wero hold
on, that they should not know film,
I Elll.ltATI'. i'l'VI'KRANSi MAOOJV,
t;.\., MAY 7-1?, IIII2,
Southern Railway offers very re?
duced fares from nil points. . Rulo,
from Richmond. $11.60; proportionate
rates from other points Tickets on
sale May S, ii, 7'and s. Throe traits
dally. Oftice. 90'. Hast Main. Phone.
M.'qiaon 272.
Diamond Rings
There should only be one matter con?
sidered in their purchase?that is their
Our standard is the best
Schwarzschild Bros.
Richmond's Leading Jewelers,
Second and Broad Sts.
A simple rV>'?: an<l landscape efteui
makes a pleasing and appropriate
soiling. In the uppor portion of tno
window are two kneeling angels, ino
dedicatory Inscription, which Is placed
at the base of the window. Is as tol
lows: "To the Olory of God and In
Memory of HawlolKh W. Oownman,
IMO-issi, and Jamcc 11. Duwnman.
1883-1911, Sons of William Yaics and
Mary Ann l>ownman."
The Enemy
of Mankind
Sprays, Douches, Ointments,
Snuffs and Stomach Dot?
ing Have AH Failed to
Cure It.
Catarrh Is a vile and disgusting disease
because its revolting symptoms cannot be
I Many people despair of ever getting rid :
I of catarrh, but if they will go about it ill ?
j earnest they can stop the discharge in a -
few days, banish snuffles, hawking and
To end the misery of catarrh, breathe
HYOMEt. Get a complete outfit to-day :
and sec how quickly catarrh can be con- i
quered with the soothing, healing antiscp- .
tic air of the Eucalyptus forests of Aus?
A HYOMEl outfit (bottle of HYOMEI
and hard rubber inhaler) costs $1.00.
Pour a few rlrnps into the inhaler and
breathe it; that's all you have to do.
I lircathc it five or six times a day and
' watch the symptoms <if catarrh disappear
1 one by one. II VOM El is a tried and true
I remedy for catarrh, roughs, colds, croup
and catarrhal deafness. For sale by drug
pists everywhere. Extra bottles if needed,
50 cents.
The Tragic Drue; Co. guarantee it. .
VVc have a beautiful line of Bridal Ere
I scnts, the latest designs in silver and cut
I glass. A nice present for n little money,
j Call and sec our new stock.
1 "The Diamond Merchants."
Jewelers and Opticians,
Have Your Pianos
TI Nlvll. likf'AliCKU. CLD.tXED,
nnd Protected Against Mortis.
I Ifl I3a.it llrond.
1'blinr Mlllllson U'JIT-I.._
C hildren's White Canvas
Button Shoes, $1.00
ki.va ok sitoKs.
5th and Broad
\ ?ry often .-omos fiom poor bloor?remark*
? Ida restorallons havo boon nude by?
New Slimmer Furniture ready.
For Oil Cooking and
Heating Stoves
f.. Ii I.KIN * SON, INO.
?]0 East Broad*

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