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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, MAT 22. 10OS. MITCHELL MAY GO INTO U.S. SERVICE Mans Prepared to Make Him Head of New Bureau Of Mines. HE MAY NOT ACCEPT IT. A BIG BOOM FOR HIM FOR SEC OND PLACE ON DEMOCRATIC NA TIONAL TICKET IS LAUNCHED AND MAY INTERFERE. Washington, May 22. If John Mit chell Isn't on his guard he will be drafted into the government service. The house by a vote of"21S yeas to 27 nays, passed a bill, prepared by Rep resentative Chancy, for the establish ment of a bureau of mines in the de partment of the interior. The bill un doubtedly will pass the s?nate. Mr. Chancy at once telegraphed Mitchell of the victory won in the house. Then he started4 a movement for Mitchell for chief of the new bur eau, a $0,000 position. He said the Indiana delegation will probably pre sent Mitchell's name to the president and the Illinois delegation-will join in recommending him. "Mitchell can't refuse," said Cha ney. "His great constructive genius is needed in the development of this new bureau. It opens suchia splendid field of usefulness to his fellow min ers that I am sum ho will 'not refuse." Wide Range of Supervision. The new bureau will hare a wide range of supervision over all of the various mining activities ofsthe nation and it is expected that its researches will result in the adoption) of mining methods that will largely reduce the death rate In mines. Just now Mitchell is enjoying a very live boom for the vice presidential nomination on the democratic ticket. Whether he will take the new position remains to le seen, but no one doubts that the president will offer it to him. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown. Ind., May 22. Mrs. Cora Clendenin was the guest of friends at New Casrtle, Wednesday. Mrs. Kstella Jenkins and baby of Cambridge City, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Josephus Mundell. Mrs. Sadie Shafer spent Wednes day at New Castle. Mrs. Kbert Wycoff was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hall at Splceland, Wednesday. Byram Kliott has returned to Pitts burg, Pa. Mrs. Sara Boll and Miss Florence Bell have returned from attending the funeral of a relative, John Wood, at Moutpelier. Miss lone Thornburg returned Wed nesday evening from a visit with New Castle friends. Miss Edna Addington will go to Hope, Ind., Saturday morning to visit her sister. Miss Irene Addington, for a few days. Mrs. Charles Allen is the guest of her son, Dr. H. W. Allen and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Miller of Greens fork spent Thursday with Harley Ben bow's. Mrs. M. T. Fox who has been the guest of her sisters, Mrs. H. C. Knode at Indianapolis, and Mrs. C. M. Miller at Anderson, is confined at the home of Mrs. Miller, as the result of a fsprnlned foot. The well which was being drilled on the farm of Mrs. Rachel Petty near Olive Branch has been abandoned, there being no gas. Richmond Wednesday to attend the funeral of an uncle. Mrs. Omer Pearce arrived home from an extended visit with her par ents at Indianapolis. Mrs. Maude St Meyer of Richmond, is the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Harold Duke and Mrs. Frank Mikesell. Mrs. L. I. Cranor was in Richmond Wednesday and called on Mrs. James Ladd who recently underwent an oper ation for appendicitis at Reid Mem orial Hospital. She reports Mrs. I .Add improving rapidly. M. J. Roberts is improving his property with a coat of paint, and re modeling his barn. Mrs. Dora L.eiloId and Miss Kdessa Cuykendall returned from the Rebekah assembly at Indianapolis Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mart Watkins is able to be away from home. Jess White, of Muncie, is visiting relatives. Mrs. James Ross, who has been con fined to the house for several months with rheumatism is able to be on the streets again. Miss Eva Campbell is attending the Sunday School convention at Foun tain City. WILLIAMSBURG. IND. Williamsburg. Ind., May 22. O. G. Leibold was in Richmond, Wednesday, on business. Mrs. Grant Kennedy and Mrs. L. C. Marlin spent Thursday in Economy, quests of Wade Kennedy. Mrs. B. B. Duke of Richmond visit ed with her daughter this week. Mrs. Howard Davis was called to Neuralgia Pains Arc the result of an abnormal condition of the more prominent nerve branches, caused bv con gestion, irritation, or dis ease. If vou want to re lieve the pain trv Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills. Thev often relieve when every thing else fails. They leave no disagreeable after-effects. Just a pleasurable sense of re lief. Try them. "I have neuralgia headache right over my eyas, and I am rallv afraid that raf eys will burst. I also have neuralgia pain around mv heart. I have been taking Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills recently and find thev re lieve these troubles quickly. 1 seldom find It necessary to take more than two tablets for eoQxplete relief." MRS. KATHERINE BARTON 1117 Valley St. Carthagre. Ma. "I hv awful sptslls of neuralgia, and have doctored a great deal with out gettinjr much benefit. For the List two years I have been takins Pr. Miles' AnU-P&ln Pitts and they always relieve me. I have been so bad with neural tnt 1 sometimes thought I would go craiy. Sometimes it is necessary to take two of them, but never more and they are eure to relieve me." MRS. FERIUSR. 2434 Lynn St.. Lincoln. Neb. Your drugplst aeMa Dr. Mites' Anti Pain PlUa. and we autror4z htm ta return the price or flrat package (only) If it falla to benefit you. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Ind session of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fel lows at Indianapolis. The "Little Giants" base ball team of Cambridge City will play the Greens fork team at the ball park here Sun day afternoon. William Barton is able to be out aft er a few days' illness. Miss Anna Davis of Richmond, spent Thursday with friends here. Mrs. Boyd Bond was shopping in Richmond Thursday. Mrs. Helen Stigleman visited rela tives in Richmond Thursday. IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Don't Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles. A Richmond Citizen Shows How to Cure Them. Many people never suspect their kidneys. If suffering from a lame, weak or aching hack they think that it is only a muscular weakness: when urinary trouble sets in they think it will soon correct itself. And so it is with all the other symptoms of kidney disorders. That is just where the danger lios. You nmt euro thes-'f troubles or thoy may lead to diabetes or Mright's disease. The best remedy to use is Doan's Kidney Pills. It cures all ills which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys. Richmond people testify to permanent cures. Enoch Cromer, living at 221 North 19th St.. Richmond, Ind., says: "Rail roading is said to lie hard on the kid neys and the continued jar and jolt of riding on trains got me into a bad condition. My kidneys became weak and there was inflamation of the blad der. Many nights there would lie three or four pnssaces of the secre tions before I could get to sleep and this loss of rest made me weak, de pressed and in no condition for work. Frequently I felt faint and dizzy sen sations and a general feeling of lassi tude and weakness. Mr. Hiatt of the Ilia 1 1 Drug Co., advised me to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I did so with good results. The backache was re lieved and the kidney action became regular." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge IS BEING ARRANGED FOR ACT OF HEROISM WINS PRETTY BRIDE Souvenir Post Cards Sent Out. Will Be ; Wisconsin Man Soon to Girl He Rescued. Wed Peru ECONOMY, IND . Economy, Ind., May Mrs. Alice Edwards and daughters Pearl and Mary, -spent Wednesday shopping in Richmond. Mrs. Hattie Stoner returned to St. Louis Wednesday. She had heen call ed here by the illness of Mrs. Will Segrist. Miss Mary Caty of Carlos City was the guest of Miss Blanche Fenimore Wednesday. Lewis Chamness who met, with a painful accident by running an old nail in his foot about three weeks ago, is now able to walk without crutches. Charles Edwards was visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ed wards Wednesday. Joseph Umli lost a cow Wednesday by being clovered. Mrs. Cyrus Gwin, who has been in poor health the past three years is re ported dangerously ill. Johnny Bowman is improving his residence by the addition of a veran da. Elihu Swain quit tilling the soil and has gone to carpentering. Mrs. Glennie Lamb was trading in Economy Wednesday afternoon. Miss Edith Deardorff Watson of Winchester, and who is known here, is in Indianapolis this week. Captain John Macy went to Kokomo to attend the state G. A. R. encamp ment Wednesday. Hannah Pierce has been real sick and is still unable to do the house work. 'Squire Fraieer went to Richmond Thursday for an indefinte time. Mrs. Martha Farmer is visiting her grandaughter, Mrs. George Williams of Muncie. this week. Dr. J. B. and Mrs. Tilla Clark was in Richmond Wednesday. Mrs. E-maiine Greenstreet and Frank Greenstreet spent Wednesday in Richmond. Mrs. Ella Lamb is sewing for Mrs. Alice Fraiser this week. Mrs. Ren Norris and daughter re turned to Richmond Wednesday. A Mr. Saunders was in Bloomings port Thursday. City, Ind., May 22. jtion Miss Hettie Hunt, of Charlottesville, will attend commencement. While here she will be the guest of Miss An nette Edmunds. Mrs. Charles Lamb, and daughter, Jeanette, visited Miss Nellie Lamb on Thursday. Mrs. Henry Storch and Miss Beat rice Storch, of Harvey's Crossing are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Storch. The ladies of the Social Union will give a market in the Stoddard build ing on next Saturday afternoon. Patrick Johnson of New Lisbon, at tended Mission services at the St. Eli zabeth church Thursday morning. Mrs. Horace Boyd and Mrs. Harry Hobbs were in Richmond Thursday. Mrs. Bent Wilson and little daugh ter are spending a few days with friends in New Castle. Mr. Wilson will join t.iem Sunday. The Social Union will meet with Mrs. Herman Schellheimer on next Tuesday afternoon, to sew. Miss Rhea Patton, who has been visiting her father, Mr. John Patton for the past, ten days, has returned to I ndianapolis. Mrs. John Huddleston and little granddaughter, Lillian Van Buskirk, are visiting relatives in Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loeh are spending the week with friends in In dianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lemharger are in Fountain City attending the Sunday School Convention, as repre sentatives from the Baptist school. Mr. and Mrs. Sharon .Font's, of Rich mond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bent Wilson, Wednesday. Miss Emma Murray, of DePauw. well known here has been honored in being chosen president of the College club, of which she is a member. J. W. Judk'ns has sold the frame building on the corner of Main street and Myers avenue to Alva Polk, who will move it on to the lot near his home in East Cambridge and remodel it for residence. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mosbaugh have returned from Columbus, )., where they attended the commencement ex-ej-cises of the Ohio University, from which their son Robert, was graduat ed on Wednesday evening. Centerville, Ind., May 22. A meet ing was held cn Wednesday evening of the committee on advertising con nected with the Homecoming associa- A report was made by the com- i mittee appointed at the last meeting i on issuing post cards. Several views in Centerville have been selected as embelishments on the cards. The committees on obtaining the names and addresses of former resi dents of Centerville. were instructed to begin the canvass immediately as time passes rapidly and invitations must be sent at soon as the list is completed. App'eton. Wis., will be Clemens i ward for an act of I r.iidht last winter. May 22 A No: w oratzky's heroi.-m w hen, he rescued WIFE ASSAULTER GOES TO Man Slashed Throat. Wife's bride ie-oiie Miss Theresa Jonen from a building that threatened to collapse as a reu't of a gas explosion that almost completely demolished t.:o svueture and resumed in tile injury of about a linz.-n persons. Hearing the crash and j. eing th-- im minent danut. r to persons on th-" sec ond floor of the building, lost no tin..' in a.-cend:t and. gropi.ig in the dai Miss Jop.en and as.-is ted On .June tl -zky its inception sion. will be soh-n Norwora u tin- ;ars. i l.iiest., found j i.vv to safety, j whii'.l iound ! u't of the explo- uiminate in a marriage tot ni.e(l at St. Joseph's church romance as a re in this citv. LORD DUNDREARY. The Peru, Ind.. May 22. James H. Clear today pleaded g'.iilty to the charge of assault and battery with intent, to commit murder and was sentenced to prison for from two to fourteen years. Friday, Clear brought his wife to Peru from Indianapolis after a period of separation. He told her, it is said, that he had received $1,400 back pen sion and thev could live happily in Peru. Saturday morning while the woman was asleep Clear attacked her and cut i her throat, breast, shoulder and back. He then cut his own throat, though not seriously. The woman is in a critical condition. Cure for Drunkenness Orrine Treatment to Be Used at Home Without Publicity or Loss of Time from Business. GREENSF0RK, IND. Greensfork. Ind.. May 22. Rev. Speckin will fill his regular appoint ment at the Methodist church Sun day evening. Mrs. Nettie Buntin is Spending the week in Richmond. Miss Maria Underbill is attending the Wayne county Sunday school con vention at Fountain City. Mrs. Roy Copeland has returned to her home in Cambridge City after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyd. Rev. Bunday will hold services at the Friends' church Sunday morning at ten thirty. Leo and Samuel Boyd of Hagerstown are spending the week with relatives here. Miss Linnie Hatfield is spending a few days with Mrs. Harry Buntin of Richmond. Mrs. Harry Hart spent Thursday In Richmond. John Clawson attended Thursday's CHESTER, IND. Chester, Ind., May 22. Alex Owens of Springfield. O., has been visiting here. He formerly lived at Chester. Joseph Bennett is slightly improved. Sunday was the SOth birthday of James Kerlin and it, was celebrated by a home coming of the children. A picnic dinner and supper was served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. .Fas. Kerlin, Miss Alice Kerlin, Dr. E. I. Kerlin. of Chicago; W. D. Kerlin of j Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Fred liar-1 vey, Banl Harvey, r red Minor. Jane Kerlin, Howard Kerlin and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Addleman. The following officers were elected to serve the coming year in the Ep worth league: Presidents, Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Pickett, the Misses Jay, Hodgin and Davenport; treasurer, Mr. Buall; secretary, Chauncy Mor row. Mrs. John Reid is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Borsheim were calling on Chester friends recently. A number of Miss Nora Kerlins friends pave her a surprise, in honor of her birthday anniversary. There were 27 present. Refreshments were served. Music was the evening's en tertainment. Mrs. Lizzie Gist and Ruth Gist are visiting Mrs. Alice Gist. Lora Harris is visiting in Chicago. George Davis of Indianapolis is in Chester this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Love of Ok lahoma are visiting W. C. Stidham. Mrs. Love was formerly Kit tie Stidham. How to Cure Gonsiipaiion Few people altogether escape a disor der of the bowels. You may catch cold, over-eat, over-drink, worry too much, not exercise enough or do a hundred and one other things that result in constipa tion or costiveness. When the trouble comes it is well to know what to do for it. In the opinion of thousands there is no better cure for constipation than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which anyone can obtain for 50 cents or $1 at a drug store. We all have constipation occa sionally, and the sensible thing to do is to have s bottle of this remedy always In the bouse. You take It at night on retiring, tor example, and when you wake up in the morning at your usual hour it produces its results. Your stomach ins tan tly becomes lighter, your head clearer, your eyes brighter, you feel active and spry once again, your appetite has re turned and you are ready to work witti enthu siasm and Tigor. All this may not have taken more than a dose or two. at a cost not to exceed two or three cents. Can you afford to teei bad when you can feel good for so little? Dr. Wilson Brown, of Metropolis. 111., baa no hesitancy in saying that Dr. Caldwell 8 Syrup Pepsin is the greatest of all laxatives and ha frankly admits to his patients that if they used it when the stomach, liver or bowels got oat ot order they would have less need of him. It is without doubt the best cure tor occasional or chronic constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness. Jaundice, sour stomach, lazy liver, flatulency, diarrhea, and similar digestive ills in old or youn. It Is a taousand tunes better than salts or purgative waters, acts gently but surely, is pleasant to the taste, does not gripe, and cures permanently. Go to your druggist and get a SO cent or tl bottle and see if our claims are not Justified. The best aid to temperance is some thing that will strengthen the drunk ard's wrecked nervous system and cure his unnatural craving for drink. We believe that any man who really de sires to be cured of the liquor habit car. cure himself by using Orrine. This remarkable treatment has made so many cures that we are glad to sell it under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure. It is in two forms: No. 1 that can be given secretly, and No. 2 for those who wish to be cured. It is not only the most reliable treatment known, but it is also the most economical as it costs only .1 a box and there is no de tention from the usual duties, while if a cure is not effected, taere is no ex pense whatever. Mail orders filled on receipt of price in plain sealed package. Write for free booklet. The Orrine Co . Washington D. C, or A. G. Luken iv Co., Richmond Ind. MARKS OF GARRDTERS FOUND HAD BODY Thought Holmes a Victim of Murderers. Chicago. May Robert C. P. Holmes, purchasing agent for the Commonwealth Edison Electric com pany, was found dead with the mark of garroters on his neck and his face black from the strangulation in an alley in the downtown district. The body was found by an employe of the street cleaning department and was identified by the contents of the pockets. Not the smallest coin or the slight est article of jewelry was left on the garroted man's person. The body was taken to an undertaking establishment and the police began search for the assailants. Elder Sothern's Story of How the Part Was Written. The Theater Magazine tel.s bow the part of Lord Dundreary came to be created by Sothern. the elder. "There id not a single word or act," wrote E. A. Sothern three years be fore bis death, "in Lord Dundreary that has not been suggested to me by persons whom I have known since I was five years of age." This was written in 1S7S. when Lord Dundreary had become better known than most members of the English no bility, when his whiskers had set the fashion, his clothes bad been copied, by the elect, his ulster (suggested by the long frieze coat of an Irish pij driver) had introduced that comfortable gar ment to society, his remarks were household words, and everywhere this unique creation of Sothern's mercurial genius and nimble wit had become a familiar and, in spite of his apparent ly empty mind, a beloved friend. If Mr. Sothern's statement is to be ac cepted literally he must have met a vast number of oddities in bis time. Yet a the beginning Lord Dundrea ry was a minor part, with ,1ust forty seven lines to speak, in a very poor plav. In ISoS, as a stop gap, Laura Keene put in rehearsal "Our Auneri Cousin," by Tom Taylor, a comedy having as its central figure a Yankee as imagined by an Englishman of the time, a grotesque caricature without merit. The role of Dundreary, a conven tional English fop, was given to Ed ward Askey Sothern, an English actor of thirty-two, who had been with Les ter Wallack for four seasons, acting heavy parts and low comedy, making his first success in 1M."7 as Duval to Matilda Heron's Camille. Dundreary was not at all to his lik ing, but permission to "gag" ad libi tum made him willing to go on with it. The role was practically rewritten, in accordance with an idea Mr. Sothern had bad in mind for years. Every thing that was bsu:l and extravagant was added, 'ind changes and additions were frequent. Soon came the gait that was nothing like human, the hesi tating, earnest speech, the "magnifi cent sneeze," the letter from his "bwother," the business of counting his fingers, the twisted proverbs, the thousand and one touches that went to make up this absurd, half entirely amusing figure, who nevertheless, a certain measure of in telllgent shrewdness and whose wild est conversational shot usually hit eome sort of mark, though not perhaps the one he had aimed 'at. The career of "Our American Cousin" was long and honorable, ifld, although Mr. Sothern appeared with success and distinction in other plays, it was as Dundreary that his audiences wanted. Lim, and it is In that role that his nai:-o will be handed to posterity. Fron". 1ST.S to 1SC1 he played it in this country, always to crowded houses. In 1SG1 he took it to London. Tor two weeks the company faced fai'ure; then came phenomenal success, run of over 400 nights. It was the fi--st of the long runs in that city. The Kiblinger Motor Buggy $375.00 and upwards. Statement of Condition FIRST NATIONAL BANK Richmond, Ind., May 14, 190S. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $722,170.00 Overdrafts 2,805.23 U. S. Bonds (par value) 150.000.00 Other Bonds 1.527.49 Banking House and Safety Deposit Vaults 19.500.00 Due from U. S. Treasurer 5.000.00 Cash and Sight Exchange 345.644.49 $1,246,647.21 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits 58.935.55 Circulation Outstanding 97,747.50 Deposits 989.964.16 $1,246,647.21 STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS at the second call ol the Comptroller ot the Currency in each year for five years. March 28ih, 1904 $378,794.64 March 14th, 1S05 413.603.79 April 6th. 1906 512.441.46 March 22nd. 1907 777.897.53 May 14th, 1908 1.. 989,964.16 ULGARIAN WALKING AROUND THE WORLD Will Journey for Seven Years More. came walking in'o town today. H intends to continue his pilgrimage Mtn years more. NiUohdf started with two companions, but ibey were i-hun in Turkey. Ho traverse! the iIi m ri lit' Sahara in sixty-oinht ias ai;! trarvil Africa ami Asia. isiting tlu- piiiieip.il chic, toolv steamer to Victoria, truivrt Alaska, thence by sitaiuer to Seattle and overland to St. lHl i?. St. Tenuis Nikoloff of ed in lie': Mo.. May JJ .II. M. .1. Vidin. Bulgaria, who start to tour the earth afoot. A color resembling pewter may h. Kiven to brass by boi'.iuj; the casting in a cream of tartar solution containing a small amount of chloride f tin. i i I ; T I Ml ' f ya i a pi Ladies 1 their sisters arid take Cardui. Cardui is a non- Pi mineral, non-intoxicating medicine for women. It sis for sick, weak ladies, with sick female organs. 'I take EmRO B T1 It Will Help You J 27 .14 01 in It is a genuine, curative medicine, that builds C2up the female svstem and relieves female pain. m Mrs. M. A. St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. Va., writes: W possessed I &j getting well. I had suffered for 3 years with my K and now Cardui has about cured my female trouble." n AT ALL DRUG STORES 3 Hi NEW GOODS oper. No. 4 Crownie 8x10. Only $1.00. Eastman's Plate Tank Developer Pre mo Film Pack Tank Dcvcl- Enlarging Camera, enlarges up to VV. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 801 Main St. CONFERENCE-SUCCESS Mid Week Service Held The First Presbyterian Church. at WERE SEVERAL SPEAKERS. FREE TEST Z to tr wit't Synio Peosta before buy ing can hive a tret sample boroe tent to ttieir home try addressing the company. Tftts offer it to prove that the remedy will do at we claim, and It only ooea to those who have never taken It. Send lor It H yoe have aey symptoms of stomach, mer or bowel disease. 6ettaEt yet most effective laxative tor children, woman and oid folks. A guaranteed, permanent home cue. THE PUBLIC VEROiCT: "No Laxative So 6ood and Sure as OR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN." This product bean punty guarantee No. 17, Washington, O. C, PEPSIN SYRUP CO. tOg Caldwell Bldg- Montloano, III. The mid-week conference at the First Presbyterian church last night, was the best in attendance for some time. Special interest centered in the subject. "Prayer for the General As sembly." The assembly was consti tuted at Kansas City yesterday with l..0 commissioners in attendance. Rev. I. M. Hughes. D. D.. and Rev. T. J. Graham related their experiences and impressions as commissioners in past years to the general assembly. Miss Virginia Colburn told in a telling manner, the story "The General and Tom," a tale of the work of the general assembly. Mr. John M. Coate. an el der of the First church, will be a visit or at the assembly in Kansas City next week. A practical, successful, economical, automobile at a bmall cost. Double cylinder, air cooled, 10-12 II. P. Solid rubber tires. 'Will run through deep mud or sand, and will climb steep hills. Write for our Asrency Terms. W. H. KIBLINGER CO., Box N. 320. Auburn, Ind. She Most people admire my mouth. Do you? He (absentmfndedly) I Jthink it is simply immense." Round Trip to Cincinnati Via C. C. & L. R. R. Sunday, May 24. BASE BALL Reds vs. Brooklyn. Train leaves Richmond 5:15 am Train leaves So. Richmond 5:20 am Train leaves Boston 5:D3 am Train leaves Kitchell o.41 am Train lvs Cottage Grove 5:53 am leaves Cincinnati Returning, train at 9 p. m. Home C. A. BLAIR, P. Tel. 2062. & T. A. Tuberose. Gladlolas. Dahlias. Coladlams Lawn Grass Seed. Garden and Lawn Fertilizer. Gluten Feed. Calf Meal. ALL KINDS OF FEED AND SEED. 9 11 MAIN STREET fit1 NOW? Burn Artificial Gas in an Artificial Gas Range. Do it now and watch your gas bill. See the Richmond Light, Beat & Power Co.