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STOP WOMAN AtjD COHGIDER Vint, that almost every operation la hospitals, performed upon women, becomes necessary beeause of neglect of sncb symptoms as Backache, Irregularities, Displace ments. Pain ia the Side, Dragging Sensations, Dizziness and Sleepless ness. Second, that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, has cured more cases of female ills than any other one medicine known. It reg ulates, strengthens and restores women's health and is in valuable in preparing women for child-birth and during the period of Change of life. Third, the great volume of no solicited and grateful testimonials on file at the Flnkham Laboratory at Lynn. Mass.. many of which are from time to time being published by special permission, give absolute evi dence of the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice. . Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years has been curing Female Complaints, ueh as Dragging Sensations. Weak Back. Falling and Displacements. In flammation and Ulceration, and Organic Diseases, and it dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage. Mr. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs. Pinkham. Lynn. Mass. for advice. She is the Mrs. Pinkhamwho has been advising sick women free of charge for more than twenty J ears, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law, Lydia E. Pink am in advising. Thus she is especially well qualified to guide sick women back to health. Write today, don't wait until too late. Social and Personal Mention CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. Monday Mrs. William Seeker will entertain the Dorcas Society; a bridge whist party will be given at the Coun try Club; Mrs. Harriet Dill will enter tain the Magazine Club; Mrs. Mary Whitridge will entertain the Ticknor Club. TuesdayMrs. D. R. Ellabarger will entertain the Aftermath Literary So ciety. Mrs. Andrew Roser will enter tain the Merry-Time Whist Club; the Young, People's Society of St. An drew's church will meet. Mrs. Julia H. Lawrence and Mrs. J. W. Corwin win entertain at whist, in honor of Mrs. M. T. Hartley, of Franklin, Ohio. Wednesday The Sorosis Whist Club will meet; Mrs. James Horna day will, entertain the Cycle Literary club; Miss Kate Todd will entertain the Penny club; the Round Table class of South Eighth Street Friends' church will meet at the church; the Missionary society of the First Pres byterian church -will meet; the wed ding of Miss Gertrude Fouts and Mr. Walter KItchel will take place, at the home of 'the bride's parents, south of ha city;-, the Missionary society of Jleid Memorial church will meet. Thursday Mrs. J. E. Moore will en tertain the Alice Cary CLb; Mrs. Charles Weisbrod' will entertain the Helping Hand society; Mr. and Mrs. William Fry will entertain the Marry-Go-Round.' Friday A banquet will be given by the Men's Social Union of South Eighth Street- Friends church; Mrs. William PVHaughton will entertain the Daughters of the American Revo lution; the G. F. C. Club will meet; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Simmons will en tertain a bridge whist club; The Tour ists Club will meet. Saturday A market will be given by St. Agnes Guild of St. Paul's Episcopal church; the Friday evening whist club will meet; a market will be given by the ladles of the Christian church; the 'Keramic- League . will meet; the Primary Union will meet. All members of the United Brethren Y. P. C. U. are requested to be pres ent tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock. Special music has been provided. The high school orchestra will be a feature of the evening. Everybody is cordially Invited. f j $. Miss Julia Cook was agreeably sur prised Friday evening by a number of friends, at her home west of the city. The evening was spent in games and music and a St. Patrick's luncheon was served. Those present were the Misses Ernia Pickering. Clara Parry, Flora Coryell and Bonnie Lott; Mesrs. Leslie Carman, Will CoDkle, Mark Wilson, Charles Towle and Clyde McLaniels. ' Mra. Will Hippard entertained a number of friends at her home, 45 State street, Friday afternoon. The time was spent in needlework and a two-course luncheon was served. Those present were Mesdames Kate Lane, Jennie Green, Wesley Brown, Edward Klute, Anna Webb, Dora Webb, Albert Bare, Lucy Houts, Llda Roser, Carrie Ridge, Kate Hutchin son, Carl Baker, Erastus Bond, Will Wickett. Roy Wickett, John Lind strom, Elmer Ford. George Smith, John Albertzart and Erastus Stover. Twenty some members were present at the meeting of the Frances E. Wil lard W. C. T. U. held Friday after noon at Rhoda Temple. Several bus iness matters were transacted and it was decided to give twenty-five dol lars to the Y. M. C. Al. fund, providing the sixty thousand is raised. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. Joseph Gorman, at her home on South Twelfth street. Miss Fredricka Faulkner, of Con nersville, who has frequently visited here and who has many friends in this city, will be the hostess for a house party tomorrow and for several days next week at her home in Conners ville. Several young people from Mun cle, Ind., will be guests, also several from this city, will be in attendance. Miss Faulkner will be married on the 10th of April. A most delightful evening was spent Friday night at the Informal dancing party given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kolp in I. O. O. F. hall. Music was furnished by Messrs. White and White, piano and drums. Those pres ent were the Misses Mary Dickinson, Nina Harris, Fannie Jones. Agnes Twig-g, Dorothy Vaughn, Elizabeth Newman. Virginia Graves, Ada Eben hack, Ada Kelley, Ella Dickey, Mar garet Zimmerman, Gertrude Younger man, of Indianapolis, Rhea McCul lougb, Marie Davis, Marguerite Doan, Carrie Cheesman, Mildred Gaar, Nel lie Taylor, Katherine Murray, Bertha Garver, Ethel Canby, Florence Corwin, Kathryn Rettig, Martha McCleMan, Pearl Hasecoster, Dennis, Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. Mary Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Messrs. Russell Heit brink, Julian Cates, Myron Malesby, Frank Lichtenfels, James Wood. Tom Kaufman. Erville , Lockwood. Robert Seager, Scott Morse, Emmett Bartel, Dean Jacques, J. S. Judah. John Por ter, Henry Bulla, Ramsey Poundstone, Walter Craighead. Horace Keelor, Ralph Keelor, Monroe Vorhees, Paul Haseltine, William Reid, Roy Dennis. Merl Pierson, Gus Hafner, Dowell King, Howard Hunt, John Murray, El mer Dickinson, Arthur Curme and Mather Kelsey. 41 Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Neal enter tained at dinner Friday evening at 15:30 at their home on South Sixteenth street, the guests including the mem bers of a bridge whist club. The even ing was, spent at cards, prizes being awarded to Mr. Charles J. Buntell and Mrs. Charles McGuire. Guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert. Next Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Simmons will entertain the club at their home on South A street. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Davenport en tertained at a six o'clock dinner on Thursday evening at their home, south of the city, in honor of their daughter, Ruth'3 :. birthday anniversary. The guests were the Misses Irene Steen, Lova Miller, Grace and Jessie Daven port, Messrs. Carl Steen Frank Dow ell, Richard Paulson, Lawrence Witte, Howard Steen and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davenport. Miss Laura Hoover entertained the T. C. H. club Friday evening at her home in Spring Grove. Whist was played at two tables, prizes for which were awarded to Mr. Frank Borton and Miss Laura Hoover. A two- course luncheon was served. The members of the club are Misses Bessie Ferling, Rhea Hutchinson, Earla Ro ney and Laura Hoover; Messrs. H.-B. Loper, Frank Borton, Clifford Price and Ora Brubaker. J Mrs. John Hugo entertained the Pythian Sisters social Friday aft ernoon at her home on North Nine teenth street. A short business ses sion was held, the rest ' tne after noon being spent socially. Guests of the society were Mrs. May Fryar, of Plain City, Ohio, and Mrs. F. A. Shaw, of Muncie, Ind. In two weeks Mrs. George Ferling will be the hostess at her home on South Sixth street. i f 4 A beautiful St. Patrick's day thim ble party was given yesterday after- ! Tnnn hv Miss C!nrrinf Wilson at hnmp of Mrs. A. H. Hunt on South Eigh teenth street, the guests including the members of a thimble club. The ap pointments throughout the rooms were in green and white. On the table in the dining room was a green and white luncheon set, the centerpiece being candles shaded with green. From the chandelier to the four corners of the table were streamers of green rib bons. The colors were also carried 1 rmt In the. mpnn nnrl tYic favnrs wrf white clay pipes tied with green rib bons. The afternoon was spent with needlework. The guests were the Misses Mary Converse, Esther Coate, Dorothy Land, Ruth Pennell and Marie Hawekotte. S J Invitations have been issued by the members of the faculty of Earlham college for their third annual recep tion to the students, thfc affair to be held on March 30th. It has usually been held at the college, but this year the reception will be "progressive." The first host and hostess will be Prof, and Mrs. C. K. Chase, the sec ond, Prof, and Mrs. D. W. Dennis, the third, President and Mrs. Robert L. Kelly, and the fourth, Prof, and Mrs. Robert L. Sackett. Invitations have been issued only to the students and it will be in the nature of a reception to the new students, who enter for the spring term. Miss Charlotte Bayer entertained the Koritsi Whist club yesterday af ternoon at her home, the affair being a St. Patrick's Day party. The ap pointments throughout the rooms were of green and white. A lunch eon was served in courses, green flow ers being on the table and caudles shaded with green. Shamrocks were given as favors. During the after noon whist was played at two tables. The next meeting will be in two weeks with Miss Arline Johnson, at her home in West Richmond. 4 4 S Prof. Justin LeRoy Harris has ar ranged for a song recital to be given next Tuesday evening at S o'clock at the First M. E. church. This will be the first of a series of recitals to be given by Mr. Harris. The program Tuesday evening will be given by Miss Karolyn Karl, contralto; Mrs. Bessye Waggoner, soprano, and Mr. Paul Comstock, baritone. The public lscor dlally invited to attend. The program will be as follows: (a) Bend Low, O Dusky Night.... .. .E. R. Kroeger (b) Der Lindenbaum. .Frans Schubert (c) In Haven ("Sea Pictures.... Edward Elgar Miss Karl. (a) Summer Cecile Chaminade (b) Chanson Provencal e.. Dell Acqua Mrs. Bessye Skiles Wag goner. (a) Still Wie Die Nacht. . . .Bohm (b) Viel Traume Sinding (c) Du Bist Wie Eine Blume. . .Cantor Mrs. Comstock. (a) Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal Roger Quilter fb) April Ethelbert " Nevin (c) Love's Springtime William Hammond Mrs. Waggoner, (a) Mammy's Lullaby "Bandanna Ballads' Jamison (b) Sweet Is Tipperary William Arms Fisher (c) Song of a Heart. .Louise Tunlson Miss Karl. (a) Thy Beaming Eyes McDowell (b) O That We Two Were Maying.. Ethelbert Nevin (c) Conquered St. Quentin Mr. Comstock. " A literary entertainment has been arranged by the members of the Whitewater Friends church to be giv en on the evening of March 22. A good program has . been prepared con sisting of recitations and musical numbers. An invitation has been ex tended to the public. DISTRICT EVANGELIST DESIRED JIT DR. GUILD Methodist Elder Firm Believer in Revivals. MINISTERS LIKE HIS IDEA $100 $3, TO THE POOR; TO HIS CHILD Will of Col. A. F. Ramsey of Crawfordsville. ESTATE WORTH $300,000 Crawfordsville, Ind., March 16. The will of Col. A. F. Ramsey, which dis poses of an estate valued at more than $300,000, was read this morning. To his widow, a second wife, is left a life estate in $75,000 worth of prop erty. Mrs. Hetsy Ramsey Yount, an only daughter, and wife of the Rev. Andrew C. Yount, of North Vernon, gets properties and securities worth $75,000, while an only son Charles P. Ramsey, is cut off with $3,000. The will created a fund valued at $100,000, and intrusted to the Craw fordsville Trust company and an or ganized board of charity, for the relief of the poor of the city of Crawfords ville for all time to come. Provision is made for the constant increase of this fund, to be known as the A. F. Ramsey relief fund, until it becomes sufficiently large to care for all the Crawfordsville poor. ' Though the poor reap the benefit, it was Mr. Ramsey's purpose that the more fortunate class should profit al so by relief from taxation. In order to make this an absolute trust the securities were assigned and delivered some time ago. In the will Mr. Ram sey bequeaths from $100 to $500 to a number of blind and crippled acquain tances among his fellow townsmen. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND t FORT WAYNE RAILROAD COMPANY. Richmond, Ind., March 14 The an nual meeting of stockholders of the Cincinnati, Richmond & Fort Wayne Railroad company will be held at the principal office of the company in the city of Richmond, Ind., on Tuesday, April 4, 1907, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing eleven directors and trans acting such other business as may properly come before the meeting. S. B. LIGGETT, Secretary. Use artificial gas ror ng&t and heat 10-tf The Methodist ministers of th.e Rich mond district, will meet in New Cas tle Monday, and various matters per taining to their profession and of mat ters of interest, in conducting church affairs in this district will be dis cussed. The Rev. Raymond J. Wade of this city is on the program for an address Monday afternoon, and will speak on "The Preacher and Civic Duty." Dr. T. M. Guild, presiding elder of the district, has a number of plans which he will submit to the ministers, among the most important of these be ing the employment of a district evan gelist, who will confine his whole ef forts to holding meetings among the weaker, churches, in the endeavor to strengthen them and place them in high positions. According to Dr. Guild's plans, he would have the evan gelist hold tent meetings during the summer months and meetings in the regular places of worship during the winter. The plan, it is said, meets with the heartiest approbation of all ministers in the district. Another of the plans to be discuss ed will be the advisability of holding monthly district ministerial meetings. In this way it is said all ministers could accomplish more in their work, and for Methodism, as monthly confer ences would add much to a complete understanding and a more thorough working basis. Decreasing the Conference. The idea of decreasing the confer ence of which the Richmond district is a member, to five districts, will be brought up. The idea as it stands at present, is to slightly enlarge five districts, monopolizing one of those standing at present. This plan, how ever, does not meet the approval of the majority of the ministers in this district, nor does it suit ministers of other districts in the conference, and it is probable that nothing will be done toward this move at the regular con ference session which will be held soon. The program, as it stands at pres ent, for the ministers' meeting Mon day, is as follows: Morning General conference, per taining to affairs of the churches in the Richmond district. Afternoon General symposium on preachers. "Chief work of preachers," W. W. Martin, Greenfield. "Two-fold purposes of preaching," F. F. Thornburg, Knightstown. "True character of the message" C. King, Dunkirk. "Evidence of successful preaching" J. T. Ratliff, Union City. "Faults of the preacher" H. J. Norris, Winchester. "The preacher and civic duty" Ray mond J. Wade, Richmond. Treasures Found, in Our American Forests. American forests abound in plants which possess the most rinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of the most leal writers and teachers of this and other countries. Even, bd Indians had discovered the usefulness of many native re the advent of the -white race. This information, imparted. le whites, led the latter to continue investigations untit to-dayi a rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots. Dr. Pierce-, of Buffalo. N, V-T believe that our Arn ft abound in medicinal roots for the cure of mot obstinate and fatal dit eases, it we volid properly investigate them, and in confirmation cf this conviction, he points with pride to the mot maryelons cures ef? fee ted by his "Golden Medical Discovery. which has.proven itself to be the most efficient storuach tonic, liver invigortor, lii trmw and reg ulator, and blood cleanser known to medical science. Dy T?.at our valuihje med emineAf med the unrtrfoal plants bffy freely tf MM we hat inflipstiop, torpid liver, functional and evn vaUnlar ancf other affrcy tions of the heart vjfFfl Tf ' fMrat The reason why Golden Mtdic&l Dis-' covery" cures these and many other affections, is clearly shown in a little book of extracts from the standard medical works which is mailed frt to any address by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo. X. Y., to ail sending request for the same. To aid in healing eld sorea, or ulcers, apply Dr. Pierce's Ail-Healing Salve to them while takine the "Golden Medical Dicovery"topumvitndenrichthblood. Dr. Piercefs All - Healing Salva is cleansing and pala relieving. It de stroys the bad odors arising from sup purating, or running, sores and puts them in the best pcaeible condition for healing. The All-Healing Salve " is a superior dressing for all open, running, or sup purating. Sores or Ulcers, ffor healing open wounds, cut and scratches it is unsurpassed. If your medicine dealer does not have the "All-Healing Salve in stock mail 50 cents in postage stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, K. Y., and you will receive it by return post. In treating all open sores, or ulcers, boils, carbuncles and other swellings, it Is important that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery he taken persistently to purify the blood and thereby remove the cause of the trouble. It ia in the blood that the great battle of health has to be fought. The ulcer and the sore are simply the scarlet flowers of disease, with roots running down into the blood. These root must be eradicated or the disease will break out afresh. "Golden Medical Discovery" cleanses the blood of all foul and poisonous accumulations, pushes out the dead and wate matter, and thus purifies the entire life current. Disease in the flesh must die out when it is no longer fed by foul blood. w Golden Medical Discovery " effectively cures disease in the flesh ty curing its cause in the blood. Not less marvelous, in the unparal leled cures it is constantly making of woman's many peculiar affections, weaknesses and distressing derange ments, is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion, as is amply attested by thousands of unsolicited testimonials contributed by grateful patients who have been cured by it of catarrhal pelvic drains, rminful tvr!.ls. irr'rn!arities. nrolftDsns and other displacements caused weakness, ulceration of aterua aa kindred affections, often after many other advertised medicines and physi cians bad failed. Nursing mothers and ovtr-bnrdened women in all stations of life, whosa vigor and vitality may have been un dermined and broken-down bv over work, exacting social duties, the too frequent bearing of children, or other causes, will find in Dr. Pierce's Favorita Prescription the most potent, invigorat ing, restorative strength-giver evw de vised for their special benefit. Nursing mothers will find it especially valuable in sustaining their strength and promot ing an abuudant nourishment for the child. Kxpectant mothers too will find it a priceless boon to prepare the Sys tem for baby's coming and Tendering the ordeal comparatively painless. 1 can do no harm in any state, or con dition of the femala system. Delicate, nervous, weak women, who suffer from frequent headaches, back ache, dragging-down distress low down in the abdomen, or from painful or ir regular monthly periods, gnawing or distressed sensation in stomach, digry or faint spells, see imagkiry specks or spots floating before ryes, have disagree able pelvic catarrhal drair, prolspsus, anteversion or retroversion or other displacements of womanly organs, from weakness of parts, will, whether they experience many or only few of the above symptoms, find relief and a per manent" cure by using fa-thfully, ami fairly persistently, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Both the above mentioned medi cines are wholly made up from the glyceric extracts of native, medicinal roots. The processes employed in their manufacture were original with Dr. Pierce, and they are carried on by skill ed chemists and pharmacists with tha aid of apparatus and appliances specially designed and built for this purpose. Both medicines are entirely free from alcohol and all other harmful, habit forming drags. A full list of their in gredients is printed on each bottle wrapper. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation. Constipation is the causa of many diseases. Cure the cause and yoo cure the disease. r.v to take aa candr. TEN MINERS ENTOMBED Three Rescued Badly Burned Gas Explosion at Greeno, Va. Richmond, Va., March 16. From Wise Court House it is reported that a serious gas explosion occurred to day in the mine of the Bond Coal com pany, at' Greeno, in that county. The report said that ten men were en tombed, three had been rescued bad ly burned and seven were still in the mine, with a slight chance with get ting out alive. The Bond Coal com pany is owned principally by ex State Senator R. P. Bruce and Judge W. II. Bond, of Wise. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of W. H. HUSTON Watchmaker My specialty is Repairing Old Grandpa Clocks for keepsakes and old time pieces. This has been my life study which fact enables me to guarantee first class work. Work that will please my cus tomers. When I do the work, you can depend that it is done right. Clocks bought and sold. To Whom It May Concern: It is with pleasure that we certify to the skill and workmanship of Mr. W. H. Huston, who for us has repaired, and placed In first class running order( an "old Dutch pipe orpran clock" J50 years of age which has remained out of order nearly, twenty (20) . years, waiting for some one to solve the Intricacies of construction, repair the clock, and revive its usefulness. We recommend Mr. Huston to anyone in need of his services. L. F. WINGARD, Attorney-atiJiw, Champaign, 111. ALSO WATCH REPAIRING The Success Loan Jewelry Store. 526 Main St. Dr. Simmons, Prop. JOHN F. WELLENKAKVIP, Jcwolor Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Carefully Repaired. SPECIAL ORDER WORK. 519 Msln Otrast. At Routh'a Music Otora. New Phone 561 Richmond, Ind. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. mm, This large, best lighted and only ex clusive Carpet and Drapery House in Richmond have opened op all their new spring goods ready for your inspection. Continued success is crowning our efforts in the Carpet, Rug and Drapery business. The magnitude and beauty of our new spring stock is the prime cause of the tremendous in crease in business. Call and see for yourself the beautiful designs and colorings in our new Car pets and Rugs j Fine Wilton Carpets. Savonnerie Carpets. Axminster Carpets. Body Brussels Carpets. Velvet Carpets. Tapestry Carpets. Ingrain Carpets. Union Carpets, Over 300 patterns in all to show. ROOM SIZE RUGS. The Rug question is too well understood to make much mention or talk about. This we will say, however, that we show the largest and most complete assortment of room and special size rugs ever brought to Richmond. We have our rugs arranged so we can show you 250 pat terns in twenty minutes. Come and see the dis play of Wilton Rugs, Axminster Rugs, Body Brus sels Rugs, Velvet Rugs, Smyrna Rugs, Tapestry Rugs, Deltox Rugs. Hearth and smaller ruqs in all sizes. American and Imported Oriental Rugs, a large assortment at all times to select from. NEW LACE CURTAINS, NEW DRAPERY CURTAINS. Come and see our display of Lace Curtains. Brussels Net, Irish Points, Renaissance, Tam bour, Arabian Points, Cluny's, Muslin and Fancy Frilled Curtains. Prices just as attractive as the styles; also a large collection of Silk, Damask, Rep and Velour Portiers. Let us figure with you for fine Portiers made to order for you. MATTINGS. People are finding out that it pays to buy Mattings at our store. Chinese and Japanese Mattings in beautiful colorings and designs. Our own importation. Buy your mattings now before the choicest patterns are ail sold. LINOLEUM AND OIL CLOTHS. Printed inlaid and plain Linoleums for the of fice, bath room or kitchen. Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Sash Rods and Trimmings in great variety. We handle Bissell's Cyco-Bearing Grand Rapids Carpet Sweeper, the best made. Try our H. & H. Soap. It has no equal for cleaning your Carpets, Rugs, Silk and Plush cov ered furniture. to 9