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MRS. DANIEL CLARK
BUfiie TO DEATH
While Using Gasoline to Polish
A Stove It Exploded
With Fatal Results.
WEATHER FORECAST Thursday, Fresh South Winds; Showers.
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LIVED FOR THREE HOURS.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUN-TEL.EGRAM, WEDXESDAY,OCTOBER 1G, 1907.
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SCHOOL MAY OPEN AT GREENS
FORK NOVEMBER 1 FIRE AT
FOUNTAIN CITY NEWS OF
OHIO AND INDIANA TOWNS.
Lynn, Ind., Oct. 1C Mrs. Daniel
Clark, of Spartanburg, was burned to
death at her home Monday. Mrs.
Clark was polishing a stave and had
placed some gasoline in the polish to
give It the glossy appearance, when :i
customer entered the front part of the
house In which she Kept a small store.
Just as she started toward the door,
the gasoline exploded, burning all of
hear wearing apparel from her body,
excepting one stocking. The accident
occurred about 1 o'clock and death
came about 4:30. Mrs. Clark was a
young married woman, wife of Daniel
Clark and daughter of Mr. and Mr.
James Jackson. She leaves no children.
IS NEARLY COMPLETED.
School May Open There By November
First.
Greensfork. Ind., Oct. 1". The new
rchool building is almost completed. It
Is thought probable school will begin
he first of November.
WAS AWARDED $2,500.
John P. Wright Wins His Suit at Eat
on, Ohio.
t.aton, O., Oct. Hi. John P. Wright
was awarded $2.."M) damages from
Clement L. Wikle for the alienation of
his wife's affections. He sought four
limes that amount. Wright lias just
been released from the penitentiary,
where he served a year for shooting at
Wikle with intent to kill.
FIRE AT FOUNTAIN CITY.
The Rev. Luke Woodard Suffers a
$2C0 Lo3s.
Fountain City, Ind., Oct. Hi. Rev.
Luke Woodard's house caught fire
from a defective flue Monday morn
ing. The fire engine was called and
business was closed for a time all fight
ing the f'.ames. Once or twice it looked
as though they were beyond control.
The household goods were all taken
cut of the house with the exception of
a couple of carpets and a few small ar
ticles. The loss was about $"2H, most
ly covered by insurance. The fire
company was a volunteer one so Rev.
Woodard gave them $10 for their service.
QUARTET TO PENNSYLVANIA.
Methodist Organization Away on a
Singing Tour.
Centerville. Ind.. Oct. Hi. The North
Indiana conference quartet, composed
of Dr. Naftzger, presiding elder of the
Muncle district: the Rev. Earle Naftz
ger. Hartford City; t.ie Rev. Daniel
Guild, Warsaw, and the Rev. F. F.
Thornburg, of Knightstown, has left
for Pennsylvania to spend two weeks
ninging in evangelistic work.
MARRIES OHIO GIRL.
fred H. Kramer Takes a
Hamilton.
Bride at
Oxford, O.. Oct. Hi. On ' Monday.
Sept. 14, Fred H. Kramer of Center
ville, Ind., and Miss Minnie Wolfe of
this place were quietly married at the
M. E. parsonage at Hamilton, the Rev.
Austin officiating. After the ceremo
ny the bridal party repaired to the
German kitchen, where they partook
of a wedding dinner Mr. and Mrs.
Kramer left on an afternoon train for
an extended trip through Indian Ter
ritory. On their return they will be
at home to their many friends on his
Uher's farm south of Centerville. Ind.
THOMAS FRANCIS' -IERAL.
Cambridge City, Ind.. Uct. 1;. The
funeral of Thomas Francis was the
largest that has been in this city for
several years, the funeral train being
about f u- squares in length. The
ma jo of the members of the I. O.
It. ?. A. R. and Pocahontas lodges
were attendance besides a large
number of friends and relatives. The
burial was at Riverside cemetery.
MARSON IS IMPROVED.
Cambridge City, Ind., Oct. Hi. The
condition of John Marson, who was in
jured by being struck with a ball bat
Sunday during practice is much improved.
MERRY-GO-ROUND MEETS.
Milton, Ind., Oct. 16. Mrs. Oliver
Ferguson entertained the Merry Go
Round card .club Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Chas. Davis was awarded the
first prize at pedro and Mrs. Oliver
Thornburg the low. The guests were
Mesdames Chas. Ferguson, Oliver
Thornburg and Walter Wood. Elabo
rate refreshments were served by the
hostesF
PLENTY CORN AND WALNUTS.
Dublin, Ind., Oct 10. Some fieldr Cf
corn in this vicinity will yield eir,.ay
bushels to the acre. Walnuts were
never more plentiful. Some cabbage
beads weigh ten to twelve pounds.
-a suit of clothes will tell its own story.
What it says will be either good or bad
There is no happy medium.
The houses which make up OUR garments have
their reputation to sustain OUR reputation, the
same as we have ours to keep in YOUR esti
mation. One poor garment will lose a dozen
customers'
One good one will win twice as many,
and we are always on the winning side
ask for the new style Hart, Schaffner & Marx Sack
next time you are near here. It is an exclusive 'Eastern"
design.
13.00 to 25.00
not just as good but the best possible suits for busi
ness or dress, in stunning fabrics, designed and made by
"Clothcraft."
10, $12.50, $15
-Neckwear
-Underwear
-Nightclothes
-Bath Robes
-Hosiery
-Fine Gloves
refinement and dignity in- our overcoats, you find all
Ithese as well as quality and true style.
$15.00 to $30.00
The Best Made Ha!
In America
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The Mallory'
presents itself in exclusive new blocks of both Soft and
Derby shapes but of co-importance with shape the
"Mallory" quality is the peer of any $5.00 agency hats.
"Mallory's" are guaranteed to give that same satisfac
tion for -S3.50
Others $2tOO, 32. SO and 33.00
-All Kinds of Men's Furnishings.
Mothers Should See
Omf Boys5 Shop
mothers, we want you to see our
splendid display of suits, top coats and
overcoats for boys,
Never have we had such styles before. It's not an uncommon
thing to hear mothers say when they first visit our boys shop:
"My, I had no idea they had such a fine display as this."
Juvenile and Eaton, Serges, Fancy Cheviots, from 3 to
8, in Sailor and Russian Blouses $2.50 to $6.00
Boys' Knee Pants Suits, Double Breasted with straight
and Blouse Trousers $2.50 to $7.00
Special Suits, 8 to 16, a Double Breasted Boys' Suit
with two pairs pants $6.00
WTHE HOUSE OF LASTING MERIT"
Open
Every
Wednesday
Evening
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dies took their lunch and at noon en
joyed a picnic dinner. . pleasant day
was spent by all.
AN ALL-DAY QIULTING.
Milton. Ind., Oct. 16. The Ladies'
Lid society of the Christian church
leld an all day quilting at the home of
David Jftent tod Xhe 1.
LIVERY STABLE SOLD.
Hagerstown, Ind., Oct. 16. Theo
dore Sells has disposed of his livery
and i -ble business to Chas.
Smith ot ui.s place. Mr. Smith will
increase the stock and will add sever
al new features.
ENTERTAINS AID SOCIETY.
iLageiBtawaInd. Oct. 16.rMrs,
Anna Addington will entertain the
M. E. Aid society Thursday afternoon
at the home of her son, F. W. Adding
ton on South Plum street.
MISS FAGAN SURPRISED.
Greensfork, Ind., Oct 16. A party
of young people from here pleasantly
surprised Miss Hazel Pagan of Jack
sonburg Saturday night. An enjoy
able evening was spent.
AID SOCIETY DINNERS.
Chester. JnL. -Oct,-4TheC&tef
Ladies Union Aid society furnished
dinner at the Stone sale today and
will do the same for the Gaar & Shur
ley sale Friday.
SERVICES AT ABINGTON.
Abington, Ind., Oct. 16. Rev. Dobb-
sin preached a very interesting and
instructing sermon at Locust Grove ,
Sunday afternoon. He will be there
again in two weeks at 2:30 p. m. Rev.
L. A. Winn will occupy the pulpit at
the Christian church Sunday, Oct 20,
at 2:30 p. m.
KILLED IN A HOTEL.
White Branch, Ind., Oct. 16. Mrs.
Thomas Burroughs, while spending a
few days with James Ledbetter and
family received a message conveying
the word that her son Garl, had died
at St. Loui3, at which place he was
burled. Later a letter from his slste
stated he was shot in a saloon in a
dispute over a difference of 23 cent
with the landlord of the hotel where
he boarded.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.
Household Goods Packed
Shipping aft
for
DUNHAM'S
1FURMTURE : STORE

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