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The Richmond Palladium, Monday, July 2, 1906.
News of the Neighborhood CAMBRIDGE CITY. Cambridge City, July i. (Spl.) Allan Mettert and Charles Protzman left for Mendon, O., Saturday evening where they will spend a few days vis it with friends. Freemont Freeman was the guest of relatives in Liberty, Saturday and Sunday. ' Mrs. Lafe Beeson and son Wayne of Jacksonburg were the guests of her mother Mrs. Silas Spitlor Saturday. Miss Reba Ohmit was the guest, of Miss Edith Hall at Dublin Saturday. Jessie Wilson of ConnersvIHe was the guest of his parents Mr. vl'd-A. JdCi Viligj'Umday. '. 'hXfJlt Harry- Dennis - and wife of Rich mond were the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. R. Mauk, Sunday. Mr. L. A. Williams and daughter of Newcastle were the guests of Lee Ault and family, Sunday. J. T. Reese returned from Frank fort Saturday evening where he has ben attending a Music Teachers con vention. Mrs. Sarah C. Williams and Her bert Fisher will spend the Fourth with relatives in Henry county. Miss Julia Gough of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs. Ophelia Gough this week. Mrs. Lon Worl visited Mr. and Mrs. MILTON. Milton, Ind., July 1. (Spl.) Jacob Kerber and son of Hamilton, O., are at his fathers, Chris Kerber's. John Sullivan and wife and Wm. McManus and wife of Richmond were atMrs. Hanna Sullivans the first part of last week: Mrs. George Tilby was at Richmond Thursday. Mrs. Richard Sills and Miss Mary Sill3 have returned from a visit to Indianapolis. Earl Ackinson who has been play ing in the east with a dramatic Co., is, expected home shortly for a vaca tion. Pearl P. Hassler of "News was at Richmond Friday. Clarence Wise at Connersville Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Baxter o! Circle ville, O., are the guests of John Pat ton and daughters this week. Joe Marsh of Hagerstown was the guest of his family on North Front St. Sunday. Jack Amerine will spend the Fourth with friends in Cincinnati. Loren Helmsing and family of Hag erstown 'were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wharton Sunday. Humor aid Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS. An easy way to kill time is to take chloroform. People who' forget themselves are pt to make others sit up and take no tice. Gossip Is the circulating medium .with which tho curious get paid for getting busy. Thero is nothing doing when a man Is doing time. The trouble seems to be that there re so many born bosses out of place. What some people lack in courtesy they make up In stupidity. There's only one thing -harder than being asked to explain, and that's ex plaining. Trouble Is a commodity dealt in by Innocent looking people with a burn ing desire to help In matters they know nothing about. lie who invents a painless clamp to hold' the limber tongue in a state of rest will .merit the deep thanks of a nation. The Girl of Other Days. Once I loved a little maiden In the days of-long ago. She was just my kind of people, And I think I told her so. But, alas, apart we drifted. She to school and I to biz, And our brief romance was ended. But I wonder where she Is. We would wander In the meadows When the weather wasn't rough Planning how we should get married Soon as we got blgf enough. When the shades of evening length ened Homeward nlowly we would flock Lent we should get spanked for stay ing Out till after eight o'clock. No one knew our tender secret, No one guessed we were engaged Or that underneath our Jackets Such a Aery passion raged. For we kept It under cover Lest the boys and girls should cry: "He's her feller!" "She's his honey!" As they saw us passing by. It was In the sober autumn Or perhaps It was In May, For I cannot quite remember When her parents moved away That we parted, vows exchanging, Down beside the old mill dam. But I often Idly wonder Does she wonder where I am. IwMTDOHT YOU) But She Did. "Heard you had a quarrel with your wife." ' "Yes, a fierce one." "What did you Bayr "Nevei jild; a word." THE FARRAR MEMORIAL. Tablet to the Memory of the Dean of Canterbury. ' ' The memorial to the late Frederick W. Farrar which was recently placed In the nave of Canterbury cathedral, England; -will be an object of interest to many American tourists, as the great English preacher and writer had many admirers in this country. He was dean of Canterbury when he died, but was best known In the United States as "Canon Farrar," as he was canon of Westminster for many years before 3V v. mm. . i rmmm aT w 29 SKtUI KM THH FABBAB MKilOHIAI. bis elevation to the post he held at his death. He was an exponent of liberal theology and was nvidMy known for. bis writings and afr9W In'oppoa tlon to the doctrine of everlasting pun ishment. Ills "Life of Christ" is con sidered one of tho greatest works of the kind ever published. Ills literary labors were voluminous and embraced many subjects. Interfering With Their Snap. Americans who stroll over into Mexi co looking for treasure or most any thing that looks like a second cousin to easy money sometimes bump into other things besides gold and copper mines. As long as the natives consent to dig holes In the ground and shovel ore from them into a box car life is sweet and sunny for the prospector, but when the natives get tired of digging and go on vacation or the warpath things arc not so pleasant. When the American miner gets up In the morning and finds his favorito engineer, who had not been complain ing the day before that he needed ven tilation, shot full of holes he is apt to say unpleasant things about the gov ernment and to express a. wish to his private secretary or his favorite mule that his great and good friend. Uncle Sam, were the powers that be on that side of the line. Of course he can get another en gineer, but a fracas of that sort is apt to alarm his friends, who were grab bing mining stock as a hungry fish goes after a piece of liver. A Sure Tip. I ruin That 4 V-UJ 'Ta, when Is the dollar sign used?" "Whenever a man wants to get quick service, my son." The Boom City, "now large is the population of this town?" "About 21.000." "But I met a man half an hour ago who said it was 20,000." "Well, that Just shows how it is growing." Warm Prospect. The summer days may warm up some And roast us to a turn. But when the fall elections come We'll have hot air to burn. Where He Got His Idea. "He Is predicting the end of the world in thirty days." "Must have a note coming due then." Up to Her. CST.tlV'yox Sbe hasn't told me yet" "How do ypu- il-yournew hired Not Her. "Would you think of taking Jack seriously ?" "No, I wouldn't think of taking him at all." ' larg- 4 Curme's Special" Is the sensation ofUie year In the Richmond shoe trade. It is havl , r aaio man anyxjyicr sna ever S0I0 in the City. WHYf Because it Is AAtrlctly $3.50 shoe for $2.50, Is GUARANTEED Mo be the BEST shoe Dfafle for the money, and more than fills the guaaee. CURnftfe'S SHOE STORE, 724 main sttreet. DR. HAMILTON NORTH 'TENTH STREET DEN TlSfl il ZZZJ Humor arid Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH MAN, THE INSCRUTABLE Yon met a man and talk to him For days and even years. Together smoke your brier pipes. Perhaps have sev ral beers. But, though you Beem to know him well Through many a friendly chat, Tou never dream what schemes stored Away beneath his hat. are Tou cannot guess, to watch his face, What visions stir his soul Or where ambition has marked out Aloft for him a goal. His only care would seem to be To get his daily bread. Tou never would suspect the plana That rattle In his head. He may have hoped some day to be A senator and sit Around the capltol as though He had been raised to It; Nor can you even make a guess From outward signs you see But what beneath his hat may buzj A presidential bee. You may be close to him for years And never see a sign That he has great ambitions in Society to shine. Ambltionless he seems to be While resting In his chair. But he may have it all blocked out To be a millionaire. Another Soulless Combine. In these days when things are being reformed while you wait, although many of them never find it out, the latest thing that calls for smiting is a combine that has gathered to itself the pills, powder and lotions of the land and is now politely inviting us to pay the price or leave them alone, Just as we see fit. Congress may know how to handle the drug trust, and we hope it does, but if It is open to advice we would suggest that It give the naughty com bine a dose of quinine without any Jelly once every hour until it throws up its hands and cries "Enough!" If this does not do the work in four teen days there are some other drugs that you and I were obliged to take as children that it could sandwich In be tween for good measure. In other words, the drug trust should be given doses of its own' medicine in large quantities and at regular intervals un til cured. Instantaneous Shorthand. "By my system you can get short hand In thirty days." "Huh, I knew a fellow who beat that!" "Impossible." "It wasn't with him. He monkeyed with a buzz saw." ( When Inspiration Flags. Kind reader, did you ever sit And watch the moments lightly flit And try to think with all your might Of something very cute to write? The clock hands slowly moved along Much swifter than your joke or song And you have In an hour or so Some paper clean and white to show. It's easy when you read a bit Of poetry or sparkling wit. Some one has dashed it off, you think, But test the thing with pen and Ink. Of course there's no such word as fall. But try a sonnet or a tale And see, as they refuse; to frame. The beauty of the writing game. You think and think and think some more Until your Intellect Is sore And wonder if you didn't miss Your calling when you took to this. The -hour to go to press, draws nigh. And still your copy hook is shy. So you fix up to make a b.iow Some ancient joke and let 'er go. Case For the Surgeon. "Did he take the automobile accident to heart?" "Sure, he was all broke up over it." An Unusual Way. "When you buy a drink do you make It a practice to treat the bartender?" "Just with contempt." PERT PARAGRAPHS. A good bosses one that gets along without bossing. It would be Interesting to know what kind of a courtship preceded "a mad marriage." Who steals the thoughts of most writers steals" trash: Keeping one's mouth shut Is a time saving de vice. Some of us have so much to do to protect ourselves from , t our friends j wo have no time i to consider our enemies. J Wherfver a man flinsrs away ambl tlonJre is pretty apt to remember the spoJwhere he tossed it. Dissatisfaction is the mother of in vestigation. v Frankness and credulity are twin virtues that are apt to land their pos sessor in unpleasant places. Grand Army of the Republic. Send 2 cent stamp for intinerary of special trains to the 40th Annual En- ampraent, Minneapolis, August 15th to ISth. Extensive arrangements are being made by The North Western Line to provide first class accommoda tions for the veterans and their friends. Four regular trains per day between Chicago and the Twin Cities via the direct route. The rate to Minneapolis from points in the Cen tral States will be one cent per mile. Rates from Chicago only $3.00 round trip. Address A. H. Waggener, Trav. Agt, 215 Jackso BlYi CbjcaT9, UL 2S-5t I A Love Newspaper r THAI MSJJ14RACTER 1 : : , The Only SaMind to Have in tbe House HAVE YOU EVER PAUSED TO THINK of the influence of a newspapeV in your home? ?! is a daily como&nion for better, for worse. 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