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ItlOmiOND DAILY PJLIulDIUIl. WEDNESDAY, HAY 11, 1904.
By pedal R St. Joseph's Refined minstrels w"'be peaied GEN NEXT THEATRE JR,D.AY,M,AY 13 tt 1Bw Popular Prices: 500,35c and 25c DUBLIN How welcome are the smiles that May is breathing down upon us. Misses Anna Letner and Ida West lake, both of Dublin, have got posi tions as clerks in Hall's department store at Cambridge City. Miss Lizzie Larsh, of Centerville, was visiting relatives here last week. Mrs. Jane Vicroy, of New Lisbon, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. Champ and family Friday ast. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ammer man, who died a short distance north of town last week, was held in the Christian church Friday at 10:30, af ter which the remains were taken to Milton for interment. Mathew Garthwait, owing to in firmaties and age, is getting quite feeble in health. Samuel Watson is always growing weaker as his disease, that of dropsy, is claiming him as its victim. The combination show that is to be in Richmond on May 16, is largely posted in lliis place. Considerable corn was plantel lat week, and from this on will be put in as fast as opportunities will offer. House painting will be a promi nent feature again in Dublin t' is season in the way of improvements The prospect for an abundant crop of fruit of nearly all kinds has sur prised almost everybody. The fruit trees of nearly all kinds are Ijadel down with bloom and owing to t!'e lateness of fhe season it wii! almost be a sure outcome for a wmderfui yield. Even peaches that had been given up as a total failure will be plenty. Surely as the poet said: "I'ehiiul a frowning providence God hides a smiling face." Rev. Charles Swandrs, of Dublin, and family, visited his brother, Jas. S wanders and famly, near Rich Square. Sunday last. Mrs. Sarah Corsand, of iiear Ridi Square, was visit inr her sister Mrs. Abbie Herbst, of Dublin, Sunday. Frank Champ has been tj-rtt busy of late putting some of Ins lawn swings together, as he lm. qr. 'e large number gotten out, will put them together as fast as circum stances will allow. D. P. Demree and Harry Black were quite recently installed i mem bers of our town board. It r elected one year ago. D. P. Demree lias been chosen as president of tho board as now organized. Mrs. Lilly Tweedy and mother. Mrs. Nathan Karle. attended a mis sionary convention at Fairmount last week, and while in attendance Mrs. ' Tweedy was taken with the measles, and both she and her mother will re main until a change takes places, so that the daughter can be brought tiou:e. A series of meetings has been go ing n at the Christian church for some days, and may run for some days lunger. Flder McGowan is the regular preached at this church. At these meetings Rev. Drown, of Lib erty, has been assisting. Rev. Brown is a fine singer, a part of devotion so essential to a successful meeting, The meetings have been pretty well attended and a uood share of interest laken. a! of which can leave but lit tle dmtbt but that Hood mav result. CAMBRIDGE CITY Some of the Many Occurrences Since Last Report. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. . L. M. Young and family Sunday. j The Martha Girls spent an en-, joyable af ternou Saturday picniek ing along the banks of Martinsdale creek. The first Sunday in every month will be devoted to the children at the Methodist church. Miss Louise Alexander, after a pleasant visit with her cousin, Miss Marie Hodskin, returned to her home in New Castle last night. Grant Wright was the guest of friends in Dayton Sunday. Quite a number of the Daughters of Rebekah attended a social at Mil ton Saturday evening. Harry Bond is home from a busi nes strip through the west. Mr. John Jackson was called to In dianapolis Saturday on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. Salene Morgan. HAGEBSTOWN Lawrence Petty, living north of town, is not expected to live but a dav or two. James Wyatt has returned from California, after spending the win ter there. Just as soon as he can set tle his affairs he will go to California to live. Miss Ada Walt is visiting her sis ter at Connersville. Miss Blanche Hoffman has been employed by the school board for teacher for the next year. She takes the place of Miss Libbie Keener, who resigned. Mr. Patterson, dry gods merchant, will leave this week for the springs for his health. Lon Daugherty will take care of his store during his ab sence. Mr. Helt, employed by the Anti- Saloon League, will deliver temper- ance lectures ail tins weeK in our churches. Mrs. Ruby Thompson, of Sulphur Springs, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kevs. Frank Keys has returned from Muncie and is clerkimr at L. M. Pierce's hardware store. Union .Made C Dottle a The Union Label on our clothing signi fies that it is the product of careful, expert and well-paid workmen. You'll find this clothing ahead of most of its rivals. The fabrics are fancy cheviots and worst eds, also black or blue thibets and cheviots. The Price Range, $8.50 to $20 LOEHR & KLUTE OYS ARE MbKltU WITH OUR SUITS. 1 They are Snappy, made of Up-to Date Fabrics, and Very Reasonable in price. Our Hound Cut Coats with Knee Pants for Boy 8 to 16 years are very desirable for this season's wear, PRICE, $2.50 TO $600 Our Suits for Boys who wear Long Pants are Up-to-Date in Cut and fabrics, PRICE $5.00 TO $12.00. 3n AT THE RICHMOND SHOE CO. Krippendorf & Ditt man's Hand Turn and Extension Sole, like Cut, GARFIELD NOTES Monday morning at S:.'50 general exercises were held in room II. A. number of songs were sung by the pupils. Mr. Bird gave a talk on eivil engineering, which was very inter esting. Huston Marlatt and Julian Cates, two Garfield boys, have just comple ted a table in the manual training de partment, which will be used in Prof. Ileironimus' office. This table will be exhibited in the art exhibit in June. Mr. Ileironimus will permit the boys of Garfield to practice for their field day on Iieid field if they care to. Some time this week Mr. Ileironi mus will make further arrangements for the play-ground which has been purchased by the school board. The school council will probably not meet again this term. Mr. Ileironimus has requested the boys to bring him the name and man ager of any boy team in the city which would like to play one of the Garfield base ball teams. Monday the Shamrocks defeated the Extras in a fast game by the score of S to 3. so good. Mr. Frank Kniese visited friends and relatives in Indianapolis Sunday. Miss Josephine "Wissler spent Sun day with relatives in Milton. Miss Mary Barefoot returned home yesterday from a few days' visit with friends in Eaton, O. George A. Doney made a business trip to Richmond yesterday. Mrs. Thomas Hangley was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ben Lan ick, in Dublin, Sunday. Oharl.'s Radical, of Richomnd, spent Sunday with friends here. Glenn Elliott visited friends in Knightstown Sunday. Willard Ulrich accompanied Jo seph Kennedy, who has been confined to his room with rheumatism for the premises past few months, to Martinsville, yesterday. Mr. Wissler, of New Castle, was Eat Ideal bread and be rewarded. Notice. We strive constantly to bake goods that lead in quality. Ideal and Moth er's bread is the result of improved modern methods of baking. No other Richmond Baking Co. Quality our "motto" it is found in Ideal and Mother's bread. AlFOlRllED For Style, Fit, Wear, and Comfort they can't be beat. oold only at RICHMOND SHOE CO., Feltmaii & Dcuker. Corner 8tli and Main. BRUMLEY Phone 812 flk 17. 6tb Bills Distributed WORK fllMMSTEED. BATES REASONABLE lO N. TENTH ST. "T1E1TTIST IAN0S FOR SALE IAN0S FOR RENT 1ANOS MOViiD IANOS TUNED BOTH PHONES 346 STARR PIANO CO. 93 Main St. REMOVAL FROM 1002 MAIN STREET TO ROOMS 33 and 34, COLONIAL BUILDING T. J. COOK, O. D. Scientific Optician Cures all errors of refraction without dilating the pupil. Eyes tested free. All work guaranteed. Office Hours 8 to 12; 1:30 to 5:30;7 to 9 ELECT BOARDING Home like Menu. Rates Reasonable Mesda'es Fmitti & Conley 30 X. Eleventh St. KB C7 fgfe OTP v0 Open Until Nine O'clock To-night Wednesday. THE RAILROAD STORE We Offer the Best That Care and Experience Can Provide Ladies' Purses OURS ARE ALWAYS THE NEWEST AND BEST Not a larger or more complete line of Nobby Purses and Bags will be found in this city. Everything that is correct ad new and good finds its way to our Pur9e Department, and they are always marked like tbe grocer marks his sugar with a very small margin of profit , 1 Peggy From Paris Bags The new Crush Leather Bags are here in pleasing variety. All colors, with new leather handles 89c up to $3.50 Purses at Less Than Cost We've one lot of good, serviceable Bags and Purses of all sizes, colors and shapes. Sold regularly from 50c to $1,00 Special price 25c i,P6 RT R ATT Si"TJ I aBCTwi hooks '.?) s In keeping with the headlines of this ad. we are giving the M. P. S. Co.'s New Green Trading Stamps Collectors of these stamps receive more valuable and finer presents than is offered by any other concern. We'll give you a book nd a dollar in stamps if you call at our store Men's Tan Sroes ard exfords just re ceived. They are very new shapes and excellent values at 3'5 Pair White Waistings THE MOST I OMPI.ETE LINE IN TOWN Just a word about our immense line of White Waist ings. Ptspte the great advance in the price of cot ton, liren and Mik, we are able to show this season a line of Fancy White Waistings at 25 CENTS that surpasses anything that we've seen this year They are all new, ckan and good, and you'll te sur prised to see how nice they lock at that price We have them cheaj er and better, from 10c up to $ 1.C0. Wash Suitings A NEW LINE THROUGHOUT More popular atd worthier goods than the new cotton voiles and etamines have never appeared on the mar ket. We are showing a handsome variety of these goods in all the newest shades and weaves. Prices are very moderate llc up. A SAVING ON GOOD CARPETS AND RUGS ROOM SIZE RUGS Size 9x12 feet in extra heavy Axminster. Rich colors and new designs.' Regular $30 Rug for $26.98 Size 8 ft. 3 inxlO ft. 6 in. Same as above. Regular $28 Rug for $24. 98 Genuine Sanford 10 wire Tapf stry Brussels Carpet, bright new patterns. Regular $1.00 grade for 8 7c Yard For Sale. . The old Governor Morton home stead at Centerville. Inquire at the 10-3t. Said enough, Ideal them all. bread beats BRUSSELS CARPET SPECIAL Remember Our strictly all Wool Ingrain Carpets at 50c a yard. c8b mm