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The Richmond Palladium, Tuesday, November 6, 1906.
Page Five, S3 n fim no? Nx-x ' 2. - i VI i : The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There a disease prevailing in this Country rt dangerous because so decep- P oy ii neart cus SE ease. DJieuinonia. heart failure or apoplexy are often result of kid- disease. If trouble is toadvance the kiduey-itoison- , ed blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the Sidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper. treatment of the kidneys. Ii you are fee ing badly you can make no mistake taking Ur. Kilmer s iwamp-Kooi, te great kidney, liver and bladder reme It corrects inability to hold urine Mnd scalding pain in passing it, and er comes that unpleasant necessity of ing compelled to go often through the day, anl to get up many times durii m the night. The mild and the extra oii nary effect of Swajnp-Root is soon rAhzed. It stands the highest for its. wrderful cures of the most distressing Swamu-Root is pleasant total and is cold bv all druggists in fiftfr-dtrnt and one-dollar size bottles. You rayft' have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery and a look that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mer & Co., Biiighamtoti, X. "Y. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. EVIDENCE GIVEN T AGAINS COMPANY Many Witnesses Were Heard in Inquiry Into Atlantic City Wreck. GOING VERY FAST HAGERSTOWN. Hagerstown, Ind., Nov. 5. (Spl.) Rev. and Mrs. Walk drove through to Campbellstown, where Rev. Walk fill ed his regular appointment yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk, of New Castle, are here, the guests of Mrs. Burke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Knode Porter. The Women's Jlistory Club met this afternoon with Mrs. Lontz, at the home of Mrs. Will Porter. The Christian Aid Society of the Christian church will meet at the home of Mrs. II. C. Teeter, tonight Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green street of Economy, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred Smith, over Sunday. Mr. Ras Brant came home the lat ter part of last week from west of New Castle, where he is drilling a gas well. Mr. Sol Miller, and Mrs. June Wil liams of New Castle, spent Sunday here, the guets of Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Foutz and friends. Mr. Bryan Elliott of Pittsburg, Pa., who has een sick at the home of his mother. Is able to be out again. Miss Vinnie Armstrong of Camden, who has been visiting Mr. Chas. Knapps, for several weeks, has gone to Richmond for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Rheinegger and daughter, entertained at dinner yes terday, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stoltz and family, of San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. Banta of Eaton, Ohio, is here, the guest" of her brother, Mr. Will Roller and family. Mr. Jake Rommel, employed by the Light Inspection Car Co., will move here with his family this week. Mrs. Lew Waltz returned to her home in Anderson this morning after a few days visit with Mr. John Teet er and family.. Mr. George Shuller was called to Indianapolis last Saturday by a tele gram stating that his father had tak en suddenly ill. Mrs. Shuller and daughter went to Indianapolis today. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brant entertain ed at dinner yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. O-'phia Jcnes. and daughter Reta, Mr. nnd Mrs. Adam Rowe. The reserved seats are selling quite rapidly for The Foxy Tramp, played here tomorrow night by the Troy Comedy Co. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Teeter entertain ed at dinner yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. John Wright and "daughter of Mooreland, and Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Wikoff. The Salisbury family will be here at the I. O. O. F. hall Nov. 30. They have been here before and their mu sic gave perfect satisfaction. The Mendelssohn Glee Trio is to be he first number of the lecture course under the auspices of the Hagerstow Ugh School Alumni Association. Th date is Nor. 17. CLAIMED THAT BRIDGE TENDER HAD A QUARREL WITH YACHT CAPTAIN JUST BEFORE: THE WRECK OCCURRED. CHESTER. .Publishers' Press! Atlantic City, N. J., No v The in quest into the wreck on the Pennsyl vania railroad's electric railway at the Thoroughfare drawbridge in which more than 50 persons lost their lives, as resumed by the coroner of At lantic county. Great Interest is still centered in the investigation. Joseph Dangerfleld, who lives near the scene of the wreck, was fishing on a near by bridge when the wreck occurred. He 6aid that Captain Kessler, of the yacht Sinbad, for which the draw had been opened a few minutes before the train came alcg had a quarrel with Bridge Tender Stewart over opening of the bridge. Witness said he heard the captain say: "I'll fix the third rail." Dangereld said he believed Kessler meant he would have Stewart dis charged for alleged slowness In open ing the bridge. The witness said that the ill fated train was traveling over the bridge at a higher rate of speed than that of many other trains that had gone over it. Lloyd Brier, an assistant city elec trician, proved an Interesting witness. He said he had been employed on th new electric road during the past sum mer and several times noticed that the rail which is believed to have caused the wreck stuck. He had driven it down himself several times. He did not know what caused the rail to stick, unless it was because it had not been properly laid. Woodruff's Claim. New York, Nov. 5. Timothy L. Woodruff, chairman of the Republican state committee, said that he regards the election of Charles E. Hughes as practically certain. "Mr. Hughes will get 150,000 or more above the Bronx," said Mr. Woodruff. "Mr. Hearst can not get more than 50,000 plurality in the greater city, according to the computation of his own managers, and in my opinion the Greater City will come close to giving Mr. Hughes a plurality." Banker Joins Labor Union. New York, Nov. 5. Banker Jacob Schiff has become a member of the Journeymen Stonemasons and Set ters union. No. 84. With due solemn ity the millionaire financier has pledged himself to have nothing to do with a non-union job and not to work for less than 70 cents an hour. Schiff got his card when he became a union stonesetter, In order that he could lay the cornerstone of the new synagogue of the First Hungarian church. A Suicide. Columbus, O., Nov. 5. The dead body of Carl DuBois, 25Hof 6S Wood avenue, was found near the plant of the Columbus Packing company where he had,, been employed. Two bullet holes in his mouth and a revolver at his side indicated that he had com mitted suicide. A week ago he was found unconscious in his room, having taken poison and had been cared for at the Emergency hospital until he was discharged. Chester, Inc.., Nov. 5. (Spl.) Mrs. Netttie Wesler Is lying dan gerously sick at her home of her daughter, Mrs. Warfel, at Richmond, her son Ray has come home. Miss Bertha Davenport is able to be out again. Born to Elmer Rendall and wife a girl. W. C. Jefferies, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Will Chenowith of Richmond, were here to attend the Boswell sale. Mr. and Mrs. Boswell leave for Oklahoma thi3 week. Floral and Ethel Young, of Rich mond, visited at Will Jefferies over Sunday. Harry White, of New Pans, was at Will Morrows Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jordan spent Monday at White Water at Harry Wrights. C. H. Minor and family will move to heir new home at Richmond this eek. We all regret to lose them ;rom our little village. Mrs. Clark, of Minnesota, in com' pany with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cox attended church here Sunday morning. The entertainment given by Nellie Hodgin and pupils was a decided suc cess. Twenty-five dollars was taken in. Mrs. Elliott and son. Homer, of Muncie, have been visiting Mrs. Lee Fulghum. Mr. Actor is at Dayton, Ohio and will remain there for a month work ing on a green house. Mrs. Knolle, August Knolle and family were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Coppic Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gistwell leave this week for a visit with Mr. Gist's mother in Kansas. Mrs. Will Cooper was called to Butler Co., Ohio last week on the account of the death of Mrs. Martha Snyder, the grandmother of Mrs. Cooper. Quite a number from here attended M. E. Quartely meeting at Webster Sundaj Wood Williamsford, of Muncie, has been visiting here. Ida Cook is visiting in Richmond. Charlie Keerlin, of Richmond, visit ed here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bulla visited at Preston Grimes Sunday. Lucille Huffman received a nice organ as a birthday gilt from her father. Clara Pickett, Nellie Morrow, Nel lie Hodgin and Clara Kendayy attend ed institute at Richmond Saturday. Mrs. Ona Marshall and D. M. Pyle were the guest of Mrs. Mattie Taylor Tuesday. Mr. "and Mrs. Robert Neff, of Kan sas are here visiting. They are ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bimker, of Marion. Neut BunI er has moved to his form recently purchased by him. Mrs. Laura Morton and daughter Lily, of Greenville, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. St!dham. Gertrude Acton, Marie Stidbam, Emma Summons, Velma Miller sand at the institute at Richmond Satur day. Wilson DeVoe attended church at Webster Sunday. James Iyerlin has been quite sick the past week. Alice Kerlin visited Mrs. Lizzie Harvey Sunday. '-5 -A 5 1 Last weeks cloak semhg surpa YEARS. A hasty trip t he cloak necessary. Every exvrels will ad assortment 4 - I 1 ed every record for the pa arket bypur cloak buyer h new arid attractive garment - 7 t a r 1 an y O TWELVE been made to our large It means that Boston Store Cloaks are superior h style, fit, finish and quality We Have the Goods. We Have the Prices. IHI y Social end Personal Mention TICKNOR CLUB MET YESTERDAY AFTERNOON WITH MRS. J. M. COATE ON SOUTH 12th STREET MRS. WILL GAAR WAS HOSTESS FOR CARD PARTY AT THE COUN TRY CLUB YESTERDAY AFTERNOON MRS. KINSEY EN TERTAINED MAGAZINE CLUB YESTERDAY. Society Editor 'Phone 1076. The Ticknor Club met yesterday af ternoon with Mrs. J. W. Coate at her home on South 12th street after the Dreamreading of "A Midsummer Nights Dream," the d'scussion was led by Mrs. E. B. Clements. The next meeting will be Monday, Nov. 12th at the home of Mrs. Harry Math ther, on North 12th street. if -Ar Mrs. Will Gaar was the hostess for a card party at the Country Club yes- North 15 street. All members and friends welcome. tftdav afternoon. Bridge Whst was Miss Rhea Hutchinson and Dr. Lo- 1);,vpd at five tables, the prizes being ner were the guests of Miss Laura nWor(iPri to Airs Geo. R. Williams and Hoover Sunday. j Krnpst. Finulav. Mr. Davenport is better. I z Mrs. Ellen Davis is much improved ! in health. Use artificial gas for light an M I WATCH WORKOATY wammmaamammamaamamaamar' I 1 M 7 I The dealer ff foseo't have DUEBEflmAMPDBN WAr(.ni!.a pay reu you they are not &hm best. He went to sell what he has it's human nature. Before buying. k the Y dealer who has them. ii Chas. H. Haner Returns to His Cell. Arapahoe, Okla., Nov. 5. W. G. Lewis, who is charged with murder, escaped from jail with five other pris oners In a carefully planned delivery anjli after roamine around town for veral hours, returned and locked imself in his cell. AH the time he was at liberty the jailer, J. W. Kellum, was locked in a ce!l where he had been thrust by the prisoners before they made their escape. Commander Wounded. Nizhni-Novgorod, Russia, Nov. 5. Colonel Bozhranoff of the Viborg regi ment, of which the German emperor is honorary commander, was seriously wounded by a bullet fired by a mem ber of his own command while the soldiers were practicing volley firing with blank cartridges. It is said that the shot was fired accidentally. Killed in a Fight. Bedford, Ind.. Nov. 5. Ezra Kinzer struck , and killed Edward Deckard with a club during a fight at a resort on the hill In the northern part o this county. Kinzer is being searched br by the authorities. JACKS0NBURG. Jacksonburg, Nov. 5. (Spl.) Mrs. Nora Scott and children and Miss Mamie Scott spent Saturday at Cam bridge City. Horace Tompson was home Sunday from Richmond, where he is at work The Ladies Aid Society will have an all day sewing at Mrs. L. Ammer masis next Thursday. Mrs. Kate Scott and daughter Crjs tal were in Richmond shopping Sat urday. Martin Hoffman was in Richmond on business Saturday. Joseph Blose and wife visited at Whitewater Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Pete Mttll visited his daughter, Ella Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hosier and daughter Blanche and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Odom and baby visited Mrs. Laura Stanton Sunday. Ida Williams went to Fountain City Monday where she will stay this win ter. Mrs. Anna Williams is visiting at Richmond. Word has been received here of the death of Henry Connor. He d'ed at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Joe. Ryan, at Richmond. CAMBRIDGE CITY. OAST ORIAi Bmm tl laa iM VCJ F2V3 A!3TS Botl Sign&tnx of 6 Cambridge City, Nov. 5. (Spl.) M. G. Kreusch, of Chicago, is spend ing a few days vacation with his fam ily at their home on East Main St. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Butler of East Germantown, were the guests of friends in this city Satirday. Miss Agnes Pusinelli, who is at- Mrs. Kinsey entertained the Maga zine club yesterday afternoon at her home on North 8th strreet. Mrs El gar Hibberd was the reader for the afternoon. Tho next meeting will be Monday, Nov. 12, at the home of Mrs. Erie Reynolds, on East Main street, the readers will be Mrs. Frank Gil bert and Mrs. Ostrander. v.- -K- The Aftermath will meet this after noon at 2:15 with Mrs. Harry Dalbey, er on North 12 street. Miss Agnes Kelly will entertain this evening at her home in West Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. George Paulson enter tm'npfl at dirtnpr Sundav at their country home south of the city. The &Plis PERSONAL MENTION. Misses Cora and Nellie Winship of Rushville, were the guests of Miss El len Swayne over Sunday. Mrs. W. C. Wilcox of Lagrange is visiting W. F. O'Neal and family of South ICth street. " Miss Anna Mae White is visiting friends in Union City. Dale and Walter Schrieve have re turned from a visit at Fountain City. Mrs. J. D. Snavely and son have returned from a visit with friends in Indianapolis. Mrs. Mary SeeSoth is the guest of friends in Hamilton. Mrs. Will Pormer and Mrs. Brax ton Carpenter are the guests of friends in IndianaioIis. Mrs. D. R. Ampey who has been the guest of Mrs. J. S. Shofer, has return ed to her home in Bloomington. Dr. Francis of Cincinnati has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Omar Murray for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Walls have re turned from a visit at Williamsburg. Mrs. Arthur Curme has returned from a visit at Cincinnati. Mrs. B. B. Johnson will leave the latter part of the week for a visit with her son Fred Johnson of Indian- Public Sal Attend pv nousenom g Nov. 8, at street. illic salet lods, TJr lcjoP; $300 worth of irsday afternoon, at 212 South 8th 6-lt MB Richmond MonnnCo j 33 Horjh ESh St. t Phone 1457 jflehmond, Ind. Artistically MetropqJ: 1n every detail is t mi n mj wweaamr lusic burnished In Rlchf ot exo.lveiy Tet-rauq Concert6aartet . . .f .. PHONE1717 Green or Black Directions One teaspoonful for two cups. Add absolutely boiling water. Steep five minutes. Do not Boil these teas. guests were Messrs. and Mesdames: i Mrs. W. R. Windsor of Muncie is tending school at Indianapolis, spent , Frank Davenport, Elwood Davenport, here to attend the funeral of William Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthonjr-Pusinelli at their home on West Church street. Edward Drischell, of Columbus, O., is home on a vacation for a few dayaw Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Penny enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kepler liv ing north of town, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dryer, of Penville, at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Huddleston visited their son Onier Huddleston and famly at Newcastle. Sunday. Mrs. Henry Stoffer visited relatives in New Lisbon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kirgwood were the guests of Mrs. Sarah Hixon at Newcastde Sunday. Mr. Will Protzman, of Richmond, visited his brother, Chas. Protzman, in this city Saturday and Sunday. Robert P. Mosbaugh is home for a faw days vacation from Cincinnati Dental College. Miss Helen Clark -entertained a number of her girl friends Saturday afternoon, in honor of her guest. Miss Rozella Matthews, of Centerville. Mrs. Joe McKee and Helen and i John Tyler, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gethers at East Ger mantown, Sunday. Several of Catherine Ulerich's lit tle friends gave her a surprise party Saturday afternoon, in honor of her seventh birthday, at her home on Front street. Refreshments were served. Richard Davenport, Lee Ryan, and son, Mrs. Alonzo Davenport and son, Mr. Warner Davenport, Miss Alice Davenport and Mis3 Fannie Clark. -Jf- -X Mrs. T. H. Kuhn entertained the Young Ladies Society of the Christian church at her home on South, 12th street. A paper entitled '"Echoes of the Convention at Buffalo," written by Mrs. J. A. Walls' was read after which the time was spent socially. a- Mrs. Levi Pilman will entertain the Spring Grove Sewing Circle this af ternoon at her home north of the city. 4r 45- "?f The History Club will meet tomor row afternoon at the Library. Miss Carrie Salter was the hostess for a meeting of the Nomad Club Sat urday evening at her home on North 6th street. Blose. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones and Miss Elaine Jones have returned from a visit at Milton. Mrs. W. C. Dorsey and son, of Boonville, Ind., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Igleman. Father Spellman of New Castle is the guest of Rev. J. F. Mattingly. Mrs. John Munson of Liberty spent yesterday in the city. Mrs. DeMoss and Mrs. Dunbar of Centerville, spent the afternoon and evening with Mrs. Ed Stigleman of 24 North 14th street. Mrs. Ed. Stigleman will spend to day at Greensfork. fhe will attend the dinner given by the Cemetery Association. A. B. C. of Right Living. A very interesting and helpful book has been written by Joseph M. Thurs- tirirr n- ton. M. D.. entitled "The A. B. C. of the C. W. B M. of the Christian ght Living." This is a text book church will be held this afternoon at of practical suggestions as a guidance 2:30 o'clock at the hom of Miss Belle ito every day living, essential to good Are sold loose or In ets by Great Atlantic & Co.. 727 Main. sealed pack Pacific Tea (Published by Authority of the In dia and Ceylon Commissioner.) Upholstering, Varnishing tnair pamnj. Matfrassas Kpde& Ra ROBERT T3RFURT Jr. 315 South 5t! ndi -Jlrad ? I J m aw Sweet Cider (Just is sweet and g New Chestnuts. Rambo and J Apples at HADLEY This Hade od.. Gi 1 Imes Golden tan Eating ROS. khone 292. : : Palladium Want Ads Pay. IMS I0M r "V""" BiOlS nos Ufymt Sold on . Easy Payments The Starr Piano Co. 931-935 Main Street. Well Known Merchant Dead. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 5. Theo dore. GriSth a well known wholesale millinery merchant of this city, is dead. Death was due to thinning of the blood with which Mr. Griffith has been afflicted for several weeks. Mr. Oriffith was born October 14, 1S45, at Dayton, O. During the civil war he served in an Ohio volunteer regiment. The deceased has been a rsident of this city for SO years Scott, 110 North 15 street. , Mrs. Reed will entertain the Ivy health. The book waslwritten by Dr. Thurs ton while on a vacation in Englai Club tomorrow afternoon at her borne I and embraces his ideas on XJ Cookery, holesome mating. ful Drinking and Optimistic For all at all book stores, 3 on South 17th street. 4f -S- The Wednesday Duplicate Whist Whist Club will meet Thursday after noon with Mrs. Erie Reynolds at her home on East Main street. Mrs. E. B. Grosvenor will entertain with a Whist Luncheon Friday af ternoon at 1 o'clock at her home on National Road West. -3? The regular monthly meeting of the Auxiliary to the "Christian Woman's Board of Missons' of the Christian church will occur on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Miss Scott, 110 I I'd a m m sr W A it .a - -a i j A la. JJ ; Sr.; Pancaes. really figw, AWA hAns- Ask yourySo toSSL tf& Mrs. Austin's perior to everyt cer. Use artificial gas for 1 rand heat. 10-tf See how what you have in print and get a dollar f. Win the news "tip! Artificial gas, the r.eaf'dieoks or doina it Century faeL 10-tX DR. J. M. WALLS THE SPECIALIST At Homo Oficc921 S. 10th Monday Tuesday, & Frirlnv and Gatftrdnv each week. Consultation and One Wonthfi Treatment Free. fD TDC1TC CnrrrCCCni I V all fornllof Chronic Diseases that are tt IKEAl J OUlLEjJl liLLI culftt&l Diseases of the Throat. Lungs, Kidneys, Liver and Bladder, Rheuaiatism, Dyspepsia and all Diseases of the blood, Eoilepsy (or falling fits,) Cancer, Scrofula, Private and Nervous Dis eases, Female Diseases, Night Losses, Loss of Vitality from in;!creticns in youth or matnrer years. Piles, Fistula. Fissure and Ulceration of the Rectum, without detention from business. . Rupture Posttirclr Cured and Guaranteed. Office. No. SI Gouth Tenth Qt. - RICHMOND, IND.