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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 10OS. (Get Cut Glass, Crockery, Willow "Base Biraers, and all Kitchen and Household We make it a specialty of giving the best for the money. You can always be suited here because nothing but quality, and at the right price, too, talks with us. If you have in mind any of the above named articles, give us a call, and we will try to replenish your wants. GEORGE W. D. HORSEMEN MEET 1NJNDIANAP0LIS Plans Discussed for Increas ing Show Classes. Horsemen, including managers of Btock farms, owners of racing stables, officers of racing circuits, secretaries of half-milo track meetings and oth ers, held a conference in Indianapolis for the purpose of adopting plans for elevating and increasing the interest In show classes and racing on the half-mile tracks of the middle West. "What is needed," said one of the men," is high-class racing an the half- men generally, and breeders general- v, and cause individual farmers to i wish to get into the game, at least to : the extent of obtaining for road use and breeding purposes one or two high-class, standard-bred mares, to bo "bred to high-class stallions every year, in this way farmers and farm er boys will be interested In the brood marcs and their produce, and the breaking and educating of colts every year to prepare them for high-class road horses, with the expectation that pome of them will bo good enough to race." PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY INSUnANUt.RcAL ESTATc LOANS. RENTS W. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3, Wasteott Blk .. DEFIT5ST.. HOME PHONE 1382. 5 , if . j HnuP Dunkic Hat I llrtl Mdn ctMt.t r.....4 . is , IIU J IMIIIII OU i m Ul UUIIH I MIJI I . Kiblingcr Motor Bnggy, $375 And Upwards DOUBLE CYLINDER, Air Cooled 9-10 H. P. Tho Autoaio - 6!lo for wiaier. Xo w;er .o freeze. puactureu ures. smiyia taie aau W. H. KIBLiNGEH CO., Box No. 320. Auburn Ind. The Great Blood Purifier. For sale by Leo H. Fihe. T. F. McDonald and W. H, Sudhoff. WBBM W. 604-608 Main Street fine Wood Ware, 604-608 Main Street DISAPPOINTED LOVER INSTANTLY KILLED Cambria, Va., Feb. 8. Because pretty Ada Blank enship married an other man, Frank Cauthorn, 2o, went to her house when she was alone, de liberately drew a pistol and killed her. He surrendered, anr-; is more insist ent even than the prosecutor that the death penalty be enforced in his own case. He refuses to express the least re morse for his act. "I have been expecting to do this for over a year," he said calmly, "I married to another man. No. I urn ' not sorry. 1 wot' Id do it all over ', again. I have committed a crime, The punishment is death. Go ahead and hang me. I don't want any law yer." The young man's stony self posses-1 EDITOR ACCEPTS CALL TO HAGERSTOWN Will Serve as Pastor of Chris tian Church. Hagersiown, Ind., Feb. S The Rev. J. F. Barrett, editor of the Herald of Gospel Liberty, of Da ton. the offi cial organ of the Christian church, is considering a call from the First Christian church ef Hagerstown, to preach regularly f r the congregation. Mr. Barren, was former;;, in char Die Newport News tV; t. . ei ti i t and resigned his chat go when he ae ce-.'ied the editorship of tbe Herald o," 'u'snei i-u'ei iy. cno u ae acee'-i i ne ca.I from this church he will iu ret.;. 1 1 . 1 1 ne v imivii e -' K ' e ti ' i n e u- ti'i'.e to 11 e in Dayten and visit this chinch every two weeks for two serv ices, morning and evening. Many rare and valuable paintings haw j'lst been discovered in one o ;:e Mii.u rruneiir. pa arcs of tin I Slate C r.e here'-. 'I '!v bnibiincr w.i . formerlv in th i'Oss- :in of the Je-. ! t.it.. and it is b."lk--vd tka' wh- ; ! the y were expeib-! i-.'-m tt;e eo-.nrry i"ry walled up u r. omir; cat. i- com os o; tn- biutdinc in unit; tna com Us of the b their treasures tf art and wea'.i I. : r-n-re;-! i Smith; be concealed.- Pucbl.i i . . . . ponuenee yicxie;n: H rraiu. The Tn illgM Of LJfe The raosefcs of the stomach h io cJ'J ag ate act Cttence okt people are very abfot to cnnt:pa- ' t:cn catd jndJccstierr. Manx- scWotn bare a bowel inovemect vriihout urtlrlcial aid. Many. I atso, have nopteasact eructations of cas from I rrK i rtmvc .en In V.llT'i T r-rtr S 'b? h. e" c D7l'caidwc;Vs lrSp l;ln; viii i-rroaDFouv tnjamcs tee txmcis so thit firr: icmarn t-ar .-O'ri '1ii.-N-fi wir,vt ibcIi,ru, 'PU i; tfv "'i China, enware, Ranges, Ware DREW GU AND FORMER SWEETHEART siou has amazed the whole country side. Before the girl married Sidney Jones, Cauthorn regarded her as his sweetheart. She was one of the pret tiest and most vivacious girls in the little town of Cambria. When the married another Cauthorn aaid quietly and without heat that he would Kill her as soon as he got the chance. The chance came a few days ago, when he discovered that she was alone r" T ..v ., 7 V , 1 ! refused he fired twice, and left her dead. The officers removed him to mob law and summary vengeance. j Several ministers have called at the jail to see Catithorn. "Go away,"' he says, "I am not ask ing for mercy, and I am not sorry. She will be mine in the next world. any way. GOV. JOHNSON TO ANNOUNCE HIMSELF Will Monday or Tuesday Issue A Letter. Louisville, Ky.. Feb. 8. The Cour- icr-Journal. Henry Watterson's paper, j under a Chicago date line declares Governor Johnson, of Minnesota, will i Monday or Tuesday, issue a letter which will put him squaroy in the race for democratic nomination for the presidency. Johnson i h- dark horse .-o pronimeir ly boomed by Waittrson. Wntterscu. however, r.ow declares r.ofs not ieiie nr.t!ii!.g can prevei:' liryati from securing the rorniration. Illinois, i- is aaid will send a solid del-ga:-:ou to tbe naiional convention in structed for Johnson in the event that : Minnesota ami Kentucky fall iu line The F!zs and the Regiment. Whn Wilihnn MKinley was Major MeK'itley. ..r.ce male an address In vhirh he des-'-ribtU tin? d:ftrence le- iweeli ike V l.l-M'icf. a voltJVsteer and tli-1 , sO'dier ef c-Ui.H' tia!i'rj. lb? 3-.CU tit.') j wfre hi? eorar.t0es in the war between ', the s-tate. he M. :.-t n'y :"e :vht. bur thought. To i;;;:s:r.:te this he re lated an ancelote a ecu: a y-uug ivl d'.cr ia se-uie uortbtra rea'.ment whw duty it was x- earry tbe rczsziml fag. Od the tnr"h the boy on ihp.i.1 wi-h the fn-r strenrwiac: in th . ,.. . ...... . -TTr. : ; .;.u t ,.v vi l u - i. ...... . I be erled. "Bring: tbr.t t'nir back to the I regnment: The boy tamed and replied, "Aw, ! you bring your regiment up to the ' fld" PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY - SQUARE DEAL IS ASKED BY DAIRYMAN Says Milk Dealers Will Not An tagonize Physicians, But Want Justice. THE DAIRY SITUATION. FROM A DEALER'S STANDPOINT, W. C. REYNOLDS TOUCHES ON THE AGITATION FOR GOVERN MENT INSPECTION. W. C. Reynolds, a. prominent dairy man doing business in Richmond, does not take kindly the agitation which the physicians of the county are starting pertaining to the government milk inspection proposition, and has addressed the following to the Palla dium: Editor Palladium: Much has been said through the agency of the press concerning the unsanitary condition of the dairies and the milk question in general. It is an undeniable fact that some of the dairies could be improved upon. It also seems that a few of the doctors are over charged with splun and must do something, and as the dairies are the most vulnerable objects they give vent to it. covering the whole industry. A few days ago one of the dairymen did have the courage to make a state ment, and I wish to add a little to his cause, and touch on the following topics: "The Milk Ticket," "Unsani tary Surroundings," and "Pasteuriz ing." The objection to the milk ticket la that it often passes from an infected home through the milk man, causing disease in another family. Let us grant the statement. But is the milk ticket the only medium of exchange that passes from infected homes? Are milk tickets more dangerous than our circulating medium? Did you ever know one of these doc tors to object to taking this money from a infected home for his services, and passing it on the unsuspecting? Have milk tickets a greater affinity for germs than pennies, nickels, dimes and paper dollars. Yet fifty pieces of money pass out of these infected homes to one milk ticket. The editor of this paper endeavored to show the "stay-at-home" qualities of the dollar, and trace it in its circulation. Yet these would be statesmen of your city leave the germ carrying, lilthy paper dollar out of the question. No one regrets the unsanitary con ditions of some of the dairies more than the major portion of the dairy men. The water supply should be pure. The stable should be well veu tilated; what matters if the ceiling be six feet or twelve, if the ventilation be good? The cows should be well cared for, and should be in a healthy con dition, and the milking done with care But the end is not with the dairyman But few of the consumers of milk un derstand the conditions necessary to keep milk sweet. An ice chest is not necessarily es sential to the keeping of milk. Scald ing water applied to the milk vessels is of much more importance. Homes with ice chests are visited by the man delivering milk and spoiled milk is reported the next day; others possess intr rA t rn . ai? t ! ofiP'fli from tlin i same can, and the milk is sweet after ! forty-eight hours. I easily drawn. Conclusions are I noticed some member of the board of health had recommended Pasteuriz - ing the milk for infants under certain conditions. If this recommendation nad come live years ago it would have received the approval of the scientific world. But in view of recent scientific investigation we are privileged to take a different view of it. What is the history of milk for a fw hours after it is drawn V There are known to be about one hundred different kinds of lactic acid bacteria. These germs are in the air by the multitudes, at a low tempera ture they are inactive, at a moderate temperature they develop rapidly. There life energies are so great that the germs of putrefaction are neutra lized. ... j u i . 1' ,lie in ilk is Pasteurized the lactic a( id germs are tlestroypdt but the germs of putrefaction still are vital. "With no neutralizing agency, the milk becomes dangerous in a few hours Permit me to quote a few men ac- ' knowledged by the scientific world ac,ni nQnr. authority. "The !actacid bacteria act as whole- : tomo conservators?, and so long as they ! remain in control hinder er inhibit the ' injurious changes that lattr may occar ' !n milk. " -Piffard. in Xt-w York Medi-. cal Journal. January. IPOS. '"Among the useful bacteria, the ; place' of honor should be reserved to i the laqtie bacilli. They produce lactic . I of butyric and putrefactive ferments ! which we should regard as some of our redoubtable enemies." Metchnikoff. "Sour milk is healthful, and the pres ence of lactic bacteria is not in the slightest degree harmful. If the lactic ?erms multiply rapidly the otter germs srow foarc?iy at all: Ticnce the lactic bacteria protect the milk from the srowtli of other species, which would be metre apt to produce trouble and ham-.." Cocii. "The bacteria survivins Pasteuriza tion are. for the most part, the quick ro'is; bacteria of putrefaction which are inhibited in raw milk by the lactic acid bacteria, but in Pasteurized milk they multiply very fast and undoubt- etiiy they are capable of generating poisonous s?ibsianc-es."'-.Teusor.. it is not the purpose of this artiele ' amajsomz" ny action, of the !nr' h-.a'th U.at Iwks for-Mi lo Xh health of the citizens. But the dairy men deserve a "square deal."' which they feel they have uot received. Resiectfully. W. C. REYNOLDS. Dairyman. CENTERVILLE. IND. Center ille. Ind.. Feb. .V Mr. and Mr;-. Isaac Spahr gave a supper on Thursday at their home at Bryan for the Rev. W. E. Whitlotk. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Langley and daughter Esther. E. S. Wright of Cenierville. and Oliver N. Long of Richmond are en gaged in the buying and selling of live stock. Mrs. M. A. Brown has received word that ber sister-in-law. Mrs. I'hebe Brown, residing at Dublin, fell on the ice one day this weeK. and broke her right arm. Mrs. Dallas Brooks and family have moved to the Omer McCouaha farm, three miles south of Centerville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Scott have left for their new home at San Mar i ial. New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Porter have returned from a visit of some weeks to relatives in Anderson and Brown's Vallev, Indiana. Abner Clawson is ill with a siege of grip, inner niemoers or tee iamny have been afflicted. The Glazier Lyceum bureau will present the sixth number of the enter tainment course on Thursday evening. ; February Y.. at the town hall. The j Hon. James K. Barkley or Iowa, clay worker and cartoonist, wnl give one of his artistic exhibitions. The Teachers' institute of Abington. Center and Harrison townships and the Centerville schools was held today in the high school rooms. The pro gram as outlined for study was of much interest as presented by the teachers who participated. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown. Ind., Feb. 8. Mre. E. A. Jones of Richmond and daughter. Miss Eether Jones, are to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunt on North Perry street, Sunday, the event being Mr. Hunt's fifty-fifth birthday. At a called meetiug of the Eastern Star chapter, Friday evening. Mrs. Alice Lamar was made a member. A banquet was served arter the work in Mrs. Lamar's honor and also Miss Irene Addington. Institute of the teachers of Jefferson and Dalion township was held here today. A very interesting program was rendered by tfcoae taking part. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapp had as their quests Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Os car Jones and Miss Lela Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherry of Mil ville visited at Mahlon Leonard's, east of town Friday. Mrs. Thed. Sells is hostess to the members of the Thimble club next Wednesday afternoon at her home on West Main street. Dr. Grant of Richmond made a pro fessional trip to this place Friday. L. S. Bowman, Florence Nicholson, M T. Fox, and Arpha Jones were among those who spent Saturday at Richmond. Charles Knapp has sold the livery stable building on East Main street and now occupied by Arch Hindman to Nellie Mayhandou of Conuersville for .Jl.'Joo. Following is- Hie program for the Ladies' Progressive club next Wednes day after noon, February l'J: Responses, quotations from longfel low. "How the World of Today Is Pre paring for the World of Tomorrow,' Mrs. J. C. Hunt; "Items of Interest," Hostess Mrs. Otho Williams. MILTONJND. Milton, Ind.. Feb. 8 Mrs. Win. I Johnson was at Cambridge City, Fri- ; day. Mrs. Edgar P. Jones was host33 to 1 the C. W. B. M, Friday. Rev. Aaron Napier of Centerville, visited in Milton. He has just closed a revival meeting at Wilkinson with 74 conversions. He will hold a meet ing at the Friends' church in Milton, of which he is pastor, early in the spring. Regular preaching services will be held at M. E. church, Sunday by the pastor. Rev. J. T. Scull. Rev. F. A. Scott will preach at Ben touville, Sunday. Will Lyons will occupy the tenant house on Hiram Crook's farm. The T. C. club gave a dance Friday night at Kinsey's hall. An owl flow out of a burning chim ney at Coverach, Cornwall, England, v.ith its feathers on fire, and perched on a hay rick near at hand. The re sult was that the rich was completely destroyed, and several stacks of straw j '. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY I DON'T LIKE OUR LETTERHEAD! Has this remark ever been j ma-de b' an of the members of j J"our t-ompany . u is a lemaru w which constantly comes to us from new customers. We can get up a desisro which will be perfectly satisfactory to you and the members of yonr firm. If vou will send (or we will call and get) a sample of your present heading, we will be glad i to outline our ideas for improve- ment. Should our idea prove inter- eetlng to you, we want a trial; order and will do our Lest to ! make you a satisfied customer. : Call phone 1121 and we will call i and take your order. i "Th home of good printing." ; QUAKER CITY PRINTING CO. ' Over 174.19 N. Sth St. lit Main e'reet. Today's Ads WANTED. FEM ALE HELP WANTED -Ladies to Copy Ieiters at Home; spare time: good pay: cash weekly; reliable; send stamp. Zeck Co., Morrlstown, n. y. t-n WANTEIV Agents for Kerosene, In candescent Mantle Lamp. Twelve limes cheaper than gas. seven times cheaper than ordinary kerosene lamp. CONTINENTAL CO., Bmadway, New York. 0-1 1 WANTED Carpet sweeners and babv ! cabs to repair: razors, knives ami shears sharpened, at Brown & Dar nell's. 1022 Main street. t:U WANTED You to know how easy it is to get furniture for your home, for cash or on easy payments, at E. Wyatt's, 510 Main street. 0-lt MALE HELP WANTED CigarSaloV man wanted: In your localitv to represent us. Experience unneces sary; 6S per mo. and expenses. I Write for particulars. MONROE CIGAR CO. TOLEDO, OHIO. !' -It WANTED All kinds moving the large Empire moving cars are the leaders In the city for moving fur niture and pianos. We also trans fer in and out of the city. We do packing and crating of furniture for shipment by the load or car load. Those wishing goods stored call on me. I employ reliable and exper ienced men ouly. Please phone your orders. Office "0 N. 6th st. Phono 425S. Al Winterstein. l'.t-lt WANTED Experienced single m'an for farm work. S. M. Parrish, Rich mond, Route No. ;:. S -L't SALESMAN WANTED Sell retail trade, jour locality, $C."i per month and expenses to start, or connnls. sioii. Experience unnecessary. Her mingsen Cigar Co., Toledo, O. S-V WANTED A good team of work horses anil set of second-hand har ness and a wagon with gravel bed. Also a heavy spring dray. Address 121 Pearl street. s-:t WANTED To do typewriting at home; call l." X. ICfh street. s-t WAXTED -Two rooms for light house keeping close to Pennsylvania depot. Call New Windsor Hotel. .'l-Tt WANTED Old feather beds; highest price paid fer old feathers; will stay a week- in Richmond. Address Simon Cohen, General Delivery; will can. 31-lOt WANTED To clean wall paper. Sat isfaction guaranteed. 219 S. B. 80-1U WANTED Men to Learn barber trade: will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weeks- com pletes, constant practice, careful in structions, tools given, Saturday wages, diplomas granted, w rite for catalogue. Cincinnati. Moler O. Barber College, tf MALE HELP WAXTED YOUXO MEN to prepare for examination tor RAILWAY MAIL and other GOV. COSITIOXS. Superior instruction by MAIL. Established 14 years. Thousands of successful students. Sample questions and "How Gov't. Positions are Secured" sent free. Inter-State Schools, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. V-30t WANTED If you have horses you want to buy or sell, visit Taube' barn. 12C X. 6th street. Shipping horses at all times i'2-tf WAXTED An experienced middle aeed girl for general housework. Call at 3 X. 17th. Phone 120:: - rf AN l ld ir you want to ouy or euu real eatate, or loan or borrow mon- j ey, see that Morgan, Cor. !th and X. j E streets. Both phones. 12 tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two houses, six and sev - en dollars: newly pape-red and painted. Phone :;4;7. Alfred Un- derhi!!. ISl X. F street. 7Aft-''t. FOR RENT Small hou.se on X. I near 12th, $0.00; call at 1200 X. C. or phone Zi22. S-3t j FOR rent Nicely furnished front , room 201 North 7th. S-2t FOR REXT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping; 419 X. 1Kb. S-"t ' FOR RENT House nf fnur rnrm f t 704 south 6th street. 8-2t ; roR REXT Furnished room, mod- era, 205 X. &th 6treet. 6-7t I FOR RENT Furnished ! and bath; 30 X. 12th. room. heat j Z t i jpoR-RE X TS i x room house. .'2;7 Thir,, lrtnllt ru. trie light. both kinds water. Phon FOR RENT Furciibeu. looms', nil i movltru eonwniences le:: South ?eh :-:it FOR FI E N rr - F; t f rx-n: h.i! -e. o'j N. th J'rP". : ;rri-ii-e & j FOR SALE. FOR SALK -Fine Hue of u'eu!hHs. novelties aad pos::tl e.t;us. a; M,h : man's book moiv. .v.'O .M.u;i s . FOR S l: C 'a',. tlv A Vli.,,', make butl. I'll, at Newborn" Norrh 4;h and A or udh i ry shop oi .ilu, s'reet... v ; FOR SALE -An;iquf Furr.'Tuiv. e.i: Pits and Movis. r. 1 M.i:n :tuv Good harua'lis. See i;. '.', FOR SALE Schooi Ho. mami's. 0" -AH Indiana .aid ltit. '-s ur.ii SuppiUs at Moo Main s:ieo. ! '. r FAIRY STICK CANDY and But tercups, homemade. 20o lb.: Kuchenbuch, 169 Fort Wayne Ave. '' u FOR SALE Richmond real estate a specialty. Merchandise stK'ks. fire insurance. Porterfieid, Kelly Block, Mh & Main. Ttt FOR SALE - Ladies' heavy Mack coat. :'.-. with skirt, very cheap: 111 N. lieh. i FOR SALE Five mom house, cellar. eisUrn. waterworks. natural gas. ! lot f0xl.v: title perfect; Stieet i made: at $'.K".0.O'i; a bargain; vents $10.tK per manth. Inquire S. K ' Morgan. Mh and North K. S ot ; FOR SALE Building material! To any one contemplating building this spring. I have for sile several thou sand goinl cle.'.n brick, ready to lay in the wall; also joints, studding, flooring, windows and doors. Sr. James Heath, South 15th tdrett. . 4-;t ! FOR SALE OR TRADE Farms: will sell or trade for larger f.onis or cltv property. 1U acres, 100 tillable, fair buildings; tile drained. 7 mile from Richmond. 42 from Center ville, $7,000, or 140 acres including the 106 acres, $.00O; i5 acres join ing small town, good buildings. 7 room house, S miles from Richmond, $2,000. Address P. O. Box 324. Richmond. 4-7t. FOR SALE Another lot of pure bred tested seed oats; order this year before the-y are all gone. Phon ::i:;o. o. E. FuUhum. t it FOR SALE 10 acivs of t-aw timber: oak, ash, elm and beech. One and one-half miles southwest of Boston: W. L. Seanev. 4-7. FOR SALE-Carriage r.JO. South f.th Si. and harness FOR SALE Small place of ten acres, with good house, l.;ru and other outbuildings: fruit, etc. Price XL loo. Ball V Peltz, Real Estate and Insuranee. s and 1 X. 7th. :i-7t FOR SALE -A farm or 1j;t aer; s in Ald ington Township, Wane county In diana, about one mile east of th town of Abinulon. For further par ticulars write to or rail on Clark R. Crowe, Richmond. R. II. No. 1. or .Vdin D. Crowe, Webster, Ind., R. R. No. '-Ti. VI :st FOR SALE One M t .f Furs. Boa and Muff, also one Persian Lamb neck piece, slightly used, at a sacrifice: can bo set n at the Palladium offlco. 4 1 r MISCELLANEOUS. PROF. Rolling, for a sure cur for corns, 2o S. Nth. Phono 41'4V. 17 -3ft LOST A bunch of keys; flnde: please leave at John Eggemeyt r'i grocery. Name of Allen W. Grave is on keys. ; it FOUND A pocketbook; owner ran hav by calling and describing same, at 34 X. 11th street, city, i.r Lincoln Watkius at Williamsburg. t-3t I DRV CLEAXIXG - Dry Cleaning an I Dyeing, Richmond Dry Cleaning Co., 1024 Main. Phone 1072. l.VKt 1 gcHOOL School of Shorthand and Typewriting. Mrs. W. S. Hiscr. Zl S. 13th St. Phone 077. f.tf FARM LANDS. All kinds, anywhere, J. er 6 N. 7th street. Ed. Moore, ov. jan6-uin DENTISTS. CHENOWETII & DYKEMAN, Mason ic Temple. Automatic phono 207.:. Hit i HERBERT B. LOPER, Dentist, IUmh j and 17 Colonial Bldg. Phor, 21 :;"t FIRE INSURANCE. Richmond Insurance Agency, Hans !f. Koll, Mgr., 716 Main. 14 tf ! , i - FLOUR AND FEED STORE. Flour. Feed. Cardpn Beedf. Hay an 'I Straw. J. G. Gilbert, 11 and 13 N. Idh street. Phone 21&6. IS-St't MONUMENTS AND MARKERS. Richmond Monunient Co.. c. E. Eradbury. Mgr., Z3 North 8th Street. UNDERTAKERS. I ! H R. Downing & Son, 16 X. Sth at. i2scptCm-j LAUNDRY. We can help make ycu happy hon estly T7e can. Ricbmond Steau Laundry. I? t3-j are tro"b;J vrith ;ck headache. crr-r-fira;ioo. !nJiytioa. ofTesive br.th c-r tv,- rr il fottip t,i Lf. f ajl w i SytBt I'epsia. it. is pvtiUveiy KaarJitr4 to ctu you.