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A service for the baptism ; Ci5 Will S1'" M u of children at 3 p. ni. Endeavor Society at C:30 p. m. Second Presbyterian. Rev. Shirey, pastor. Sunday-school at 9 :15 a. m. F. D. Warner, superintendent. Clnldrens Day program begins at 10:15 and takes the place of morning- service with a short talk from the pastor. Evening service with preaching by ilie pastor at 7:30. C. E. meeting at (5:45 p. m. led by Anna Saxton. United Presbyterian. -rr Rev. S. R. Lyons, D. D., pastor. Preaching by Rev. G. H. Hanna, D. D., of Stubenville, Ohio, at 10:3C a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath-school at 9:15 a. m. Chris tian Union at 6:45 p. m. St. Mary's. Rev. J. F. Mattingly, rector. Holy sacrifice of the mass at 6, S, 0 and 10:30 a. in. Sunday-school at 2:30 p. m. Vespers and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m. St. Andrew's. Rev. Frank A. Roell, rector. Holv sacrifice of the mass at 7:30 a. m. and 9:45 a. m. Sermon by the rector. Sunday-school at 2 :30 p. m. j Vespers and benediction of the I j Blessed Sacrament at 3 p. m. First Methodist Episcopal. Rev. Madison Swadener, D. D., pastor Sabbath-school at 9:15 a. ra Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. subject "The Value of Childhood to Church and Nation," and 7:30 p. m. Epworth League at 0:30 p. m. Sabbath beimr Children' s day there will bo special services all day, Avith beautiful decorations and music. In the evening the regular Children's day program will he given by the school. A verv cordial invitation is extended to the public. Fifth Street M. E. J. 0. Campbell, pastor. Sunday-school at 9 :15 a. m. Preach- ing at 10:30 a. m. Junior league at 2 p. m. Class meeting at 2:30 p. m. Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. First English Lutheran. Rev. Elmer G. Howard, pastor. A series of evening lectures and j song services is announced for the Sunday evenings of June at the First j English Lutheran church. The general theme oE the lecture is "Demons of Today." "The Demon of the Dol lar," "The Demon of Dissipation." "The Demon of Debt," "The Demon of Doubt." The music will be led hy the Chorus Choir. Second English Lutheran. Rev. H. Allen Leader, pastor. Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Divine worship in the morning at 10:30. Evening service at 7:30. Bethel A. M. E. Chnrch. Rev. F. P. Baker, Pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. Sunday-school at 2 p. m. Preach ing at S n. m. All arewelcome. Ninth Street Baptist. Rev. II. C. Randolph, pastor. Sundav-school at 9 a. m. John Watkins Superintendent. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. South Eighth Street Friends. Rev. Elwood O. Ellis, pasttr. j TOPICS mjHE CHURCHES j Bible-school with Children's Day Painkiller (Perry Davis'), has in exercises at 9:15 a. m. Meeting duced many people to try to make for worship at 0:30 a. m. C. Fi. something to sell, said to be "just as prayer meeting at 10:30 .p ra. The good as the genuine." STREET. advance. ... 25 ... 8 00 'evening service will be discontinued through the summer. North A Street Friends. First-day school at 9 a. m.; meet inr for worship, 10:30; evening meet lj ins? at. G :30. Topic "Our Calling." c? - Whitewater Friends' Church. O. M. Frazer, pastor. Bible-school at 9 a. m. Meeting for worship at 10:30 a. m. A talk will be given by the pastor on the " Life of Christ ' ' under the auspices of the C. E. at G:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 d. m. St. Paul's I-utheran. Rev. Conrad Huber, pastor. Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Preaching service at 10:30 a. m. Young People's meeting at G:30 p. m. English service at 7 p. m. East Main Street Friends. Bible-school at 9 a. m. Prof. E. P. Trueblood, superintendent. Meeting for worship at 10:30 a. m. Senior Endeavor at G:30 p. m. A Children's day program will be ren dered at the Sabbath school. Third M. E. Church. W. H. Peirce, pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., E. Towl, superintendent. -Preaching at 10:30 a. n. and 7::30 p. m. Epworth League devotional service at 0:30 p. m. Christian Church. J. J. White, pastor. Bible-school at 9 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. Theme, "Righteousness. Its Possession and Practice," and 7:30 p. m. Theme, "The Whereabouts of the Soul." Junior and intermediate C. E. meeting at 2 p. m. Senior En deavor meeting at G:30. First Church of Christ Scientist. Services at 10:30. Subject, "Is the Universe Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" Wed- nesday evening experience meeting at S o'clock Pythian Temple. All are welcome. First Baptist. Rev. Addison Parker, pastor. Sunday school Superintendent, Mr. C. S. Farnham; chorister, Mr. 'Albert Mote. Leader of orchestra, W. W. Clark. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Morning service at 10:30 a. m. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Evening service meeting at 7:30 p. m. A hearty welcome. United Brethren. Chas. Broughraan, pastor. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m., Rev. 0. C. Taylor, Superintendent. Preach ing service at 10:30 a. m. Services in Rhoda Temple. The pub lie is cordiallv invited to attend. TOWNSHIP COMMENCEMENT. fllollandsburg Independent.) The township commencement exer cises will be held in the Christian church in this place on Saturday even ing, June 18th. We are glad to have the honor of entertaining the visitors who visit our town on this occasion and anything our people can do to ward assisting in making this event a grand success, will be cheerfully .and freely done Will Cure Stomach Ache in Five Minutes. This is just what Painkiller will do; try it. Have a bottle in tho house (for instant use, as it will save von hours of suffering. Watch out that the dealer does not sell you an imi tation, as the great reputation of MFLABEI3 CRUEL STEP- FATHER CAUSE . . . y . ' OF WILLIE DAVIS LEAVING HIS HOME IN LA SALLE, ILLINOIS. HE LOVES HIS MOTHER And Sister, and Writes, to Them Came Here With Jake Haz zard's Show. William Davis is a bright lad, but one of these days conditions will change for the environments are not what they should be. He is a boj' about eighteen years old, at least he says that is his age, but he looks younger. Last year Willie was a mem ber of Jake Hazzard's show, and was rather fascinated with that sort of living. That was the attraction that brought him to Richmond and that is also one of the allurements that keeps him away from home and friends. A Palladium representative had a talk with Willie and learned a good many things from him that are most ! interesting. Tip to last year the young fellow lived at La Salle, Illinois, with his step-father, mother, one real sis ter, and several step-brothers and sisters. He says that his step-father was very cruel to him, and that his constant abuse of the boy made him run away from home, to which he will never return, he says, until his step-father is dead. "How about your mother?" was asked, and he rolled his eyes upand looking the reporter straight in the face said: "My mother, you bet she was good to me, and always treated me right and took my part and I write to her every week." "And your sister, don't you like her," was asked of the little waif. "Yes, she is a good sister, and she's got lots of dough, too." She married a rich baker and they live in style in New York. But the others are not very good to me and I will not go back. ' ' The little fellow is most interest ing and as bright as a dollar.. He is loafing about Hazzard's saloon, cor ner north F and fourteenth and vis iting around among the neighbors. He likes to travel around with the show. The boy is too bright to be allowed to live this kind of a life. Efforts should be made to have him surrounded with conditions which will make a man out of him. FOR FAIR (Continued From First Page.) several improvements over the old trains. The two trains now in service, the westbound leaving here at 4:45 a. m. and the eastbound leaving at 8:45 p. m.. are doing a big business out of Richmond and are proving very popular trains, as the needs of new limiteds attest. They make but three stops between here and St. Louis. The sections of double track west of Indianapolis are now nearly com pleted and will enable the trains to make fast time. The Pennsylvania is making Rich mond a terminal point for the dining cars, which stop off here, waiting for other trains, and the coach excur sions from the East are scheduled to reach here about six o'clock in the mornimr, thus giving the excursion ists a chance to get breakfast here. The local passenger officials state that the St. Louis traffic is beginning now to come up to the expectations of the officials and that the enlarge ment of the trains must come soon. A French engine was carried by Train No. 7 yesterday afternoon, which train was six hours late. The lines of it are graceful yet of differ ent proportions from the American engines and as a whole, look slighter and less able to do the hard work that the Atlantic type of locomotives that draw the Pennsylvania fast trains do. It will be a French firm's exhibit in the Transportation build ing, as the Frenchman who traveled with it, a dapper little man, explained to a crowd v.ho stood around the en gine. Ideal is the "pass word" to the home of the hungry. Iff LIIITEDS 50 Members of Congress Send Letters of To the Inventor of thesGreat Catarrh Remedy, Pe-rir-ria. Congressman Ltaney from North Carolina, . Writes i "My secretary had as bad a case of catarrh as 1 ever saw, and since he has taken one bottle of I'eruna he seems like a different man." Romulus Z. Liuney, Taylorsville, N. C. Congressman Ogden from Louisiana, Writes: I can coneientiously recom mend your Peruna." II. W. Ogden, Denton, La. Congressman Smith from Illinois, Writes from Murphysboro, III.: "I have taken one bottle of Peruna for my ca tarrh and I feel very much benefited." Geo. W. Smith. Congressman Meektson from Ohio, Says: "1 have used several bottles of Peruna and feel greatly benefited there by from my catarrh of the head." David Meekison, Napoleon, O. Congressman Dunnelt from Minnesota, Writes from Owatowna, Minn. : "Your Prruna lias been used by myself and friends not only as a cure for catarrh but also as an admirable tonic for physical recuperation." Congressman Thompson of Kentucky, Writes: "Besides being one of the very best tonics Peruna is a good, substantial catarrh remedy." Phil. P. Thompson. Senator Thurston of Nebraska, Writes from Omaha, Neb.: "Poruna entirely relieved me of a very irritating cough." J. M. Thurston. Congressman Worth ington from Nevada, Writes: "I have taken one bottle of Peruna and and it has benefited me im mensely." II. G. Worthington. Congressman Bankhead from Alabama, Writes-: "Your Peruna is one of the best medicines I ever tried." J. Ii. Dank head, Fayette, Ala. Congressman Powers from Vermont, Writes from Morrisville Vt. : "I can recommend Peruna as an excellent family remedy." 11. Henry Powers. Ssnaior Sullivan from Mississippi, Writes from Oxford. Miss.: "I take pleasure in recommending your great national catarrh curr, Peruna, as the best I have ever tried." W. V. Sullivan. Congressman Snover of Michigan, Writes from Port Austin, Mich. "1 have found Peruna a very efficient and speedy remedy for a j.ersistent and annoying cough." II. G. rhover. Senator McEnery of Louisiana, Writes: " P.-rvma is an excellent tonic. I have used it. sufficiently to aay that I believe it to he all that you claim for it." S. I). McT;rery, New Orleans, La. Congressman Brow a low of Tennessee, Writes: "i have taken throe bottles of Peruna a rc. feel satisfied that I am now almost, if uot permanently, cured of ca tarrh or the stomach." W. P. Brown low, Joiji?sboro, Tenn. Senator Mallory or Florida, Write., from Pcnsacoia, Fla. : " I have used ycur excellent remedy, Peruna, and hae recommended ii both as a tonic and a safo catarrh remedy." Stephen R. Maliory. Of Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, Richmond, Ind., Sun day, June 12th, 1904. Order of Service 10:30 a. m. Prelude Jules Orison. Doxologv and Invocation. Hymn 770. Apostles' Creed. I' raver. "Hearken Unto Me, My People" Arthur Sullivan. Responsive ReadingjPsalm CXXII. Oloria. Scripture Hebrews X 11-25. Otferjfoire Invocation J. Theresa. Announcements. "The Marvelous Work, 'Crea tion' " Haydn. Dedicatory sermon by the Rev. William D. Parr, D. D., Secretary of the Church Extension Society. Offerings by the people. Hymn. 862. Benediction. Post hide, Coronation March Mey erbeer, j 7:30 p. m. Triumphant March J. Lemmens. Hymn 866. Prayer Rev. I. M. Hughes D. D. "The Marvelous Work, 'Crea tion' " Haydn. Scripture. Duet, "Hark, Hark, My Soul" Shelley. Announcements. "King All Glorious" (ancient Greek song) J. Barnby. Sermon Rev. William D. Parr, D. D. Hymn 868. Benediction. Postlude, Grand March Raff. A most cordial invitation is extend ed to the public to attend any or all these services. M. S. Marble, Pastor. Miss Marie C. Brehm, president of the stale Illinois W. C. T. U., and national lecturer, will deliver a lec ture in this city on June 24, at 7:30 p. m. She comes highly recommend ed and our peQple should avail them selves of it. The lecture will be free. Try the Palladium for job printing. ' DEDICATION Senator Butler of South Carolina, -U. S. Senator M. C. Butler writes: "I can recommend Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble." M. C. Butler, Edgfleld, S. C. V Congressman Brook shire of Indiana. Says: "Prom what my friends say Pe runa is a good tonic and a safe catarrh cure." E.V.Brookshire,Crawfordsville, Ind. Congressman Dovlnerol West Virginia, Writes from Wheeling, V. Va.: " I join with my colleagues in the House of Rep resentatives in recommending your ex cellent remedy." B. B. Dovinger. Congressman Broderlck of Kansas, Writes from Holton, Kas.: "I have taken two bottles of Peruna and find it to be an excellent remedy for cold and throat trouble." Case Broderick'. Congressman Voder of Ohio, Writes: "I only used Peruna for a short time and am thoroughly satisfied as to its merits." S. S. Yoder, Lima, O. Congressman Mabon of Pennsylvania, Writes from Chambersburg, Pa.: "I commend Peruna as a substantial tonic." Thad M. Mahon. Congressman Sparkman ct Florida, Writes from Tampa, riorida: ''lean in dorse I'eruna as a first rate tonic and a very effective cure for catarrh." S. M. Sparkman. Congressman Brewer ot Alobztna, Writes: "I have used one bottle of Pe runa for lassitude. I recommend it." Willis Brewer, Hayncsville, Ala. V, S. Senator Gear of Iowa, Writes from Burlington, la.: "Peruna I can recommend to all as a very good tonic." John II. Gear. Congressman Culberson ol Texas, Writes: "1 can recommend Peruna as one of the very best of tonics." D. B. Culberson, Jefferson, Texas. Congressman Livingston from Georgia, Writes: "I take pleasure in joining with General Wheeler, Congressman Brewer and others in recommending Peruna as an excellent tonic and a catarrh cure." L. I. Livingston, Kings, Ga. Congressman Clark ol Missouri, Says: "I can recommend your Peruna as a good, substantial tonic and as one of ' the I est remedies for catarrhal troubles." I John B. Ciuk. Widely Apart Notf. I From what he supposed was a safe distance the professor watched the ante-election riot. A brick carelessly thrown came in his direction. "Who would ever think," he moral ized, retreating to a still safer distance, "that the words 'polite' and 'pontics' , come from the same root!" j For the professor simply can't help shedding information even in the most , unpropitious surroundings. Chicago Tribune. I Why He TlioiiKht Sc. ; I shouldn't object to your accept ing him if I thought you had given the matter sufficient consideration." ' "But why do you think I haven't, papa?" "Because you haven't changed your mind." Puck. Alas, roor Fido! "Oh. John," sobbed the young wife. "I baked some cakes today and that wretched little Fido has eaten them all." "Well." replied the heartless hus band. "I'm glad the little brute's dead. I never did like that dog anyway." Exchange. I About tlie Size of One. "Is that a chicken?" asked the boarder dismally. "Of course," replied the landlady. "What did you think it was?" "A canary," answered the boarder, as he counted the number of people to be served. Chicago Post. Maternal Failli. "I always knew you did Josh an in justice," said Mrs. Corntossel. "Some of the folks that was to town said he told 'em he was on the water wagon now." "That's good news." "Of course it is. It shows the boy ain't afraid of work. If he can't find anything else to do, he'll drive a sprin kling cart." Washington Star. Be Not Deceived. The forty-five years experience of Alfred Speer, President of the Speer N. J. Wine Co., has resulted in the production of Grape Brand v that ri- ivals Hennessy and Martell of Cognac, lis known as Speer's Climax Brandy, made in 1S7S. "The Way to Go." t c j : it. j jery ounuuy, excursions via me t Dayton & Western to Soldiers' home , and Daylton, $1.00. Trains every lionr. fin iinv f5mA von wish. A clpnn land cool Sundav outing. No smoke. no cinders, no dust. 7-tf Endorsement Congressman Peiham st Virginia, Writes from BaneroftYa.: "My sister-in-law has" been using peruna for about one week for Catarrh of the throat and Is manifestly improved."C. Peiham. Congressman Burnett of Alabama, Writes: "i cheerfully recommend Peru na as a very good catarrh remedy and gooa, suosiantiai tonic."-John L. Bur nett, Gadsden, Ala. Congressman Botkin of Kansas, Writes from Holton, Kas.: "Peruna fcaa given me almost complete relief from catarrh of the stomach and constipa tion." J. D. Botkin. Congressman Wblt of North Carolina, Writes from Tarboro, N.C.: "I find Po runa to be an excellent remedy for the grip and catarrh. I have used it in my family." G. II. White. Congressman Wllber of New York, in a letter from Oneonta. N. Y., saysi "I rrn fully convinced that Peruna is all you claim r,r it." David F. Wilber. Congressman Dungaa of Ohio, Writes from Jackson, O.: "I recommend Peruna to anyone in need of an invigor ating tonic." Irvine Dungan. Congressman Barkam from California, Writes from Santa Bosa, Cal.: "I used your Peruna and can cheerfully recom mend it." J. A. Barnaul. Congressman Deweese from Indiana, Writes: "Peruna should be in every household." John I. Deweese. Congressman Turner from Kansas, Writes: "Peruna is certainly a cure for catarrh." E. J. Turner. Other members of Congress who en dorse I'eruna, are. Ex-U. S. Senator, B. F. Rice, of Okla homa. Congressman Fred. S. Goodrich, of Florida. Congressman Harry Skinner, of North Carolina. Ex-Congressman L. P. Featherstone, of Beaumont, Texas. Congressman J. ti. fiuling, of West Virginia. Congressman D. L. Russell, ot North Carolina. Congressman Spencer Blackburn ol North Carolina. Congressman Turner ol New York. 1 Congressman Culberson, oi Texas. Congressman Nunn, of Tennessee, Congressman Fiizpatrick, from Ken tucky. Congressman Purmart, from Florida. Congressman Uazleton, Wisconsin, Congressman Bartlne, from Nevcdjs. U. S. Senator Call, ot Florida. For free book address the Peruna Medicine Co., CoiuuxLu, ULlo. DR. M'MURTRY Elected President of American Medi cal Society. Atlantic City, June 11. When Dr. L. S. McMurty of Louisville, was elected president of the American Medical Association at the National convention the highest honors in the realms of American medicine and surgery was bestowed upon a Louis villp,' Ky., physician for the second time. Dr. J. M. Matthews received the honor six years ago. Dr. McMurty is fifty-two years of age, and has been prominent in Ken tucky for twenty-two years. He has had a National reputation as one f the leading surgeons for fifteen years. Dr. McMurty is president of the fac ulty of the ilospital College of Medi cine and holds the chair of abdominal surgery. In the last ten years he has been president of the Kentucky State Medical Association; president of the Mississippi Valley Medical Associa tion, and president of the American Society of Abdominal Surgeons. The position was held for years by the late Dr. James F. Hibberd of this citv. Competition is lost when it comes to the par excellence of Richmond Baking Co Ideal & Mother's Bread. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent ifree. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Family Pills are the best.