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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, OCTOBER li, 1907.
PAGE FOUR. THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. Palladium Printing Co., Publishers. Office North 9th and A Streets. RICHMOND, INDIANA. PRICE Pep Copy, Daily 2s Per Couy, Sunday 3c Per Week, Daily and Sunday 1Cc IN ADVANCE One Year $5.00 Entered at Richmond. Ind., Postcfflce As Second Class Mail Matter. Sunday at Churches St. Paul's Episcopal Cor. 8th and A streets, Kev. David C. Huntington, jrector. 7:30 a. m., Holy Communion. ;9:15 a. m., Sunday school, Mr. H. It. tRobinson, superintendent. 10:30 a. im., morning prayer and sermon. The I offertory will be J. Varlcy Robert's '"Peace I leave with You," with Miss Juliet Ilobbins as soloist. 7:30 p. m., evening service and sermon. The ser vico will consist of full choral even song with Mrs. Chenoweth and others as soloists. Strangers and friends cordially invited. On Monday, Octo be 21st, there will be special services Ir. St. Paul's in the interests of Sunday school work, at 4:15 p. m., for Sunday school teachers; i p. m., for mothers of Sunday school children and at 5:30 p. m.. for fathers of Sunday school chil dren. North A Street Friends First Day school at 1):15 a. m. Meeting for wor ship at 10:30. Edward Grubb of Lon don, England will attend this meeting. Y. F. A. Round Table at 0:30 p. m. Discussion: "The Extent of the School Teachers' Influence." Edward Grubb will give an address on Tuesday even ing at 7:30 on the subject "What is the Inward Light?" On Wednesday even ing he will speak on "The Silence of God." Mid-week meeting Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, followed by the regular monthly meeting for business. St. Paul's Lutheran South Seventh street between C and E. Sunday school 9:00 a. m. Morning service, 10:30 a. m. Special evening servica. Music bya male chorus. Flute, violin and organ music. Invitations have been distributed in the factories of the city. Everyone welcome. St. Mary's Catholic Masses every Sunday at 8 and 9 o'clock and High Mass and sermons at 10:30; Vespers and benediction every Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev. J. F. Mattlng'y, rector, Rev. Thomas A. Hoffman, assistant. St. Andrew's Catholic Fifth and South C streets. Mass at 7:30: Hieh Mass at 9:45; Vespers, sermonette and benediction at 3 o'clock. Rev. Frank A. Roell, rector. Rev. II. J. Gadlage, assistant. First M. E. R. J. Wade pastor. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Morning service at 10:30 a. m. Sermon by Rev. T. M. Guild, D. D., presiding ei der; ClassN meeting at 11:45; Junior League at 2:30; prayer service at Margaret Smith Home at 3 p. m.: Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.; even ing service at 7:30. Pulpit occupied by Friends ministers from the Five Years meeting. Music by choir in charge of Prof. J. L. Harris. A cordial welcome to strangers, visitors and friends. First Church Christ Scientist Sunday morning services at 10:45, subject "Probation After Death." Children's Sunday school at 9:30; "Wednesday evening testimonial meet ing at 7:45 In Commercial club rooms, second floor Masonic Temple. Chris tian Science Reading room, 10 North Tenth Street. Public invited. Reid Memorial United Presbyterian Corner Eleventh and North A streets. Rev. S. R. Lyons, pastor. Preaching by the pastor 10:30 a. m. Mornlng subject: "The Love of Christ," a communion service. At 7:30 Ellison Purdy of Iowa will preach. Sabbath school at 9:15 a. m. Christian Union, 6:30 p. m. Second Presbyterian Robert Duna way pastor. Sabbath Bible school at 9:15; morning worship and sermon at 10:30; Earlham Heights Sabbath school at 2; Junior Endeavor Instruc tion at 2; Junior Endeavor studies at C:15; popular Sabbath evening ser vice at 7; Training classes Wednes day evening at 7:15; Fellowship ser vice Thursday evening at' 7:15; In struction in sacred music Friday ev ening at 7:15. See Friends' Five Year meeting announcement for speakers at the two preaching services. Como and get a spiritual uplift. First Presbyterian Thomas J. Gra ham, pastor. Sabbath school 9:15 a. m. ; Divine worship 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastor rreaches in the morning and a minister of the Five Years meeting at night. Thurs day evening meeting under the direc tion of the Missionary society. Second English. Lutheran Pearl and Northwest Third. Sabbath school at 9:00 a. m., P. Johnson, superinten dent. Worship at 10:30 a. m. with preaching by one of the visiting Friends. Harvest homo services at 7:30 p. m. with sermon by the pastor. Rev. G. Emerson Harsh; theme: "Christian Fruitage." All are invited to attend. Third M. E. O. S. Harrison pastor. Services will be held in the old church on Hunt street. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; preaching by the pastor at 10:30 Junior Epworth League at ' 6:30; preaching by the presiding el der at 7, to be followed by secrament of the Lords supper. South Eighth Street Friends' H. R. Keates ; pastor. 9:00 a. m. Bible school; 10:30 a. m. meeting for wor ship; 6:30 p. m. young people's meet ing; 7:30 p. m. evening meeting. The following delegates to the Five Years ' meeting are expected to speak. At j 10:30 a. m. Arthur Pine of Dublin j Yearly meeting and Gulielma Cros-1 field of London Yearly meeting. At the young people's meeting Ruf as M. Jones of New England Yearly meet ing. At 7:30 p. m. Edward Grubb of London Yearly meeting and Rufus M. Jones. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all these meetings. United Brethren Corner Eleventh and North B streets. M. Hobson pas tor. Preaching at 1.0 30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme, "The Ethics and Dynamics of Christianity." Evening theme, "A Lan Full of Wild Gourds." Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Evangelist Shannon will hold a ser vice for children at 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. C. U. at 6:30 p. m. Tne public invit ed. First Christian Corner Tenth and South A streets. Samuel V. Traum, pastor. Bible school 0:05 a. m.. Prof. Albert Jones superintendent. Chris tian Endeavor 6:30; Junior Christian Endeavor 2 p. m.. Ruth Harris super intendent. Services for worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Levi Mills of Wilmington, O., will preach in the morning and Joseph Peelo of North Carolina in the evening. You are cordially invited to attend these meetings. Fifth Street M. E. J. O. Campbell, pastor. Sunday School at 9:15; preaching at 10:30 by the Rev. Robert Newby of Wilmington, Ohio, and at 7:30 by the Rev. Charles White ct Earlham, Iowa. Junior League at 2: Epworth League at C:30. Special mu sic in charge of Prof. Jesse Wood. Friends and strangers are cordially invited. Grace M. E. V. M. Nelson, pastor. Sunday School at 9:00 a. m. Sacra mental service and reception of mem bers at 10:30 a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. by Dr. S. Newlin, a delegate to the Friends' Five Years Meeting. The Second Quarterly Conference of the year will convene on Tuesday evening at 7:30. Rally Day will oe observed in the Sunday School and r.l! are most cordially invited to the services. First Baptist II. Robert Smlt'a pas tor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. Char les Sweet of Iowa. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.; Juniors at 2:30 p. nv.; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. All are cor dially invited to these services. HAGERSTOWN. Methodist Services Sunday 9:30 Sabbath school, Fred Murry superin tendent; preaching 7. A cordial invi tation extended. Wm. H. Pierce pas tor. CENTERVILLE. Methodist Sunday school at 9:30; services at 10:30 and 7:00; preaching by the pastor the Rev. W. E. Whit lock. Epworth league at 6. Christian Sunday school at 9:30; services at 10:30 and 7:00, preaching by the pastor, the Rev. L. A. Winn. Young People's society of Christian Endeavor at 6:00. Friends Sunday school at 9:30; meeting for worship 10:30, preaching by the assistant pastor, Mrs. jsteiia Manly Teas. Rev. Aaron Napier will fill his regular appointment at Milton. MILTON. The topic for the C. E. meeting at the Christian church Sunday evening will be "The Duties of the Day." Miss j Lelia Paxson is the leader. Miss ; Jessie Lantz is the leader for the Ep-j worth League at the M. E. church j Sunday evening. The topic is 'Hear ing and Doing." Rev. T. J. Scull new minister of the M. E. church will fill his first appointment at the church Sunday morning and evening. The poulation of Canada has creased 21 per cent in six years. in- HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown. Ind., Oct. 10. Charles Teetor and wife. Frank Hawkins, Ras tus Brant and Miss Nellie Brant made a trip to Muncle Thursday in Teetor's automobile. Mrs. Margaret Presbaugh of New Castle, was the guest of Chas. Backen stoe and wife, Thursday. Chas. Knapp is improving his resi dence property on South "Washington street, with a coat of paint. Mrs. L. B. Ferry and Mrs. W. L. Dra per of New Castle, were guests of the Misses Anna and Martha Kaufman, south-west of town. Mrs. Reba Rudy returned to her home at Anderson, Thursday evening, after a week's visit here with her sis- ters. Mrs. M. T. Fox and Mrs. Theod. Sells. Mrs. Jennie Gray of Dublin, spent Thursday with Chas. iiy. Knapp and fam- OLD SOAKERS Get Satuated With Caffeine. When a person has used coffee for a number of years and gradually de- clined in health, it is time the coffee should be left off in order to see whether or not that has been the cause of the trouble. A lady in Huntsville, Ala., says she used coffee for about 40 years, and for the past 20 years has had severe ! stomach trouble. "I have been treat ed by many physicians but all in vain. Everything failed to give relief. Was prostrated for some time, and came near dying. When I recovered suffi ciently to partake of food and drink I tried coffee again and it soured on my stomach. "I finally concluded that coffee was the cause of my troubles and stoppe d using it. 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This coupon is good for one trial package of Gauss' Combined Ca tarrh Cure, mailed free in plain package. Simply fill in your name and address on dotted lines below and mail to C. E. GAUSS, 326 Main Street, Marshall, Mich. MILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., Oct. Lathrop visited in 10. Mrs. Edward Cambridge City Friday. Albert Williams has returned from Knightstown. Miss Ilea Wagner was in Conners ville Saturday. Miss Mary Sipple of Cambridge City, visited friends Friday. Miss Lena Meyers of Huntingdon, Pa., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed. Jones and family. Miss Erma McMath attended the meeting of the Standard Bearer soci- J ety at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John I Judkins in Cambridge City Friday evening, j Mrs. Sarah Woodburn and daughter, j Mrs. Roney of Clayville, Pa., and Mrs. ! Mary Davis of Richmond, are guests of their brothers, Hiram and Frank Jones and families. Rev. F. C . McCormick visited in Hartford City Friday. Mrs. Henry Schlegel and son have returned from a visit with her parents at Metamora. Mrs. F. C. McCormick and son Rod erick returned home from Ft. Wayne j Friday, i Hard Times in Kansas. The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today; although la citizen of Codell, Earl Shambunr. has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered. He says: "I was wor out and discouraged by coughing night and day, and could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery. It took less than one bottle to complete ly cure me." The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discover ed. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co. drug store 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. DUBLiii, IMP. Dublin, Ind.. Oct. 10. Mrs. Wat son's sale was well attended Thursday. Walter Wood worth was home Wed nesday. Several out of town people attended rink here Wednesday night. Mrs. Mary Wise and Miss Glenna Hoover are spending the week with rel atives at Indianapolis and Terre Haute. Guy Wilson has bought the Joanna McGeath property. mil. $1 RATE LAW PROVES UNDOING OP ROAD The Virginia and Southwest ern Has Suspended Oper ations as a Result. SAYS ROAD IS POWERLESS. C. & E. I. CANNOT PROVIDE CARS IN WHICH TO MOVE THE GRAIN THAT ALMOST BURSTS THE ELEVATORS. Asheville, N. C, Oct. 19. TheVir ginia & Southwestern railroad which was last June sold to the Sciuhcrn for $10,000,000 has suspeude I i'j op eration on account of tho new rate law. It is stated that the ab.indo'.iment of this road was made r.ecessary bv the failure of the Southern to provide sufficient improvement funds with which to carry it on. With the advent of railroad ltris lation in North Carolina and other Southern states, and the subsequent litigation over the reduction of rail road passenger faros and the tumbl ing of railroad stocks and "oends it was announced that t:.e Soutlern Railway, unable to market its ;?."0. 000,000 improvement bond issues at a reasonable value, had determined to cut off much contemplated now work and abandon much proposed double tracking. This policy of curtailment has been pursued and much work along the Southern s-yistem hu.? been stepped. RAILROAD 7s POWERLESS. W. J. Jackson, superintendent of the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rail way, Friday "threw up his hands" bo fore the Indiana Railway commission and admitted that his road was pow erless to afford relief to the grain dealers along the line of the C. A II T. Complaints from owners of eleva tors that, are fairly bursting with grain that can not be moved for lack of cars, supplemented with a recent report made to the commission by In spector David E. Matthews, brought Superintendent Jackson to Indianapo lis. "Elevators along the line of the road in Indiana are fairly running ov er with grain that is going to spoil if it is not moved," said a member of the commission. Complaints from elevator owrers of the lack of cars on the C. & E. I. line have been coming to the commission for some time. Recent'y the commis sion sent Inspector Matthews aiong the line to investigate the complaints. His report indicated that the situa tion is grave. WASHINGTON INDIGNANT. The improvements made by the railroads at the Washington terminal have cost about $15,000,000. Of this the railroads have expended $11 000, 000. In return for this they get far better facilities than ever before and an opportunity for increasing their ' uusuiess wiui greater economy in its handling. Until the recent meeting of officiais of the Pennsylvania and : other lines centering at Washington, ' in which they talked over the situa tion, matters were moving very satis factorily. But when it was virtually decided to increase the price on all tickets to and from Washington or through tickets via Washington 20 or; 25 cents i-n order that the railroads might not only get back the money ; they had expended upon the statioa, 1 but might reap some profit as well, the matter took on a different aspect. Until these disclosures were made. Washington was proud of its new rail road station and had felt kindly to ward the railroads constructing it. Now the feeling is one of intense in dignation. MINOR NOTES. The Pennsylvania lines during the month of September handled in and out of Cleveland an increase of mre than 9,000 loaded cars over the same month last year. The latest returns show that in Texas there are 15,482 miles of main line in operation, Wl miles b-nn-; built in the year ending June 1, 1007. Since July 1 16S miles additional have been constructed. Wells-Fargo company has at last succeeded in gaining entrance into Pittsburg. For many years compet ing companies had excluded it. The Erie Railroad, one of the roads on which the company has express priv ileges, will drop W?lls-Fargo pack ages bound for Pittsburg at Butler, Pa., thirty-two miles from Pittsburg. From there the packages will be deliv ered to Pittsburg in express cars on the Pittsburg & Butlor Street Railway company's trolley line. Consumption's record in New fg York City alone: 40,000 suffer ers; 10,000 deaths every year 200 e5 weekly 28 daily S Qi one every hour. eg Scoff X E,mxxlsion Qi nas curea more gg, q coughs and colds q and prevented more consumption than any other prepara- j tion in the world. AO dranitti i 50c and $1.00. hi 1 pa ivT Q hri fas a-to fc K ' A As long as this fci'owarJ had 40 yjTv rj i3" 'TKSiOAT DOWN sosasi una : VJO OLD QUSCX LY yq:.-.i-Ur. 1, :C-c i t :itr. i-( nil i!ru;i!.ti. PALLADIUM DOLLAR IS VISIBLE SHORT TIME Exhibited at tho -cosier Store Tt;!!"r"''V' OUT AG; ON FRIDAY. . HO Thursday ever.iir. tlollar va:: on !:: i-Irj dow (;? the i pasc r.s ai'iu Mnin examine i! i.s ivlrhi-;; morninjr i':o dollar Karl Acii( i ;ha:i nud the in if. lil lium i v. iii i nianv pivil to Tri'ln y out to COil!. w.is pit id rince iis n verv Imsv rase U in its is uppo.scu to re mission of pin-sins ncss iivcnucs of the proving to ihr :n ' i the advisability of s at heme. through the bu.'i city uf Richmond. h:.u.t-; and citizens ;c miinir the money LETTER LIST. Women Mrs. Orin Anderson. Mrs. Julian A. Burruss. ?lrs. Sarah Berning. Mrs. D. C. Bowser, Mrs. Allie Damson. Mrs. B. II. Holmes. Miss Grace E. Hall, Mtes Edna Hardsaw, Verlista James. Mrs. Esterina Mclone, Miss Maple Moore, Xetta Monagomery, Laura Xeehman, Emma Pogue, Elizabeth Rhinhart, Bessie Rhodhumel. Kathryn Swartart, Cora Shearer, Mrs. Joe Sehafer. Men Mr. Arlexio, Chas. Ault. Frank Boyd. Win. Beunet, Harry Guthrie. Ollie Hayden, Harry Howard. H. J. Hendricks, J. Hemphill. John Joyr.ton, Geo. E. MfCreary. W. H. Robinson, Luther Reynolds, Claud Spencer, C. E. Willis iK; Co. Drops-Mi Belle Welche. Foreign John D. Johnson. Package-Opal Ola dfeltcr. J. A. SPEKENHIER, P. M. Queerest Tcwn In Engiond. The most curious to-.vn in England !s North vrich. There is not a edraight street nor. in fact, a slrai.ght house in the place. Every jKirt of it has the ap pearance of an earthp.nke. Nortlnvlch is the center of t!i ;'.lt industry in Cheshire, Engl of the town a. their engines nd. On nearly all sides :-e b:: lit w us. with pumping lumdnnls of gallons of brine everv thousand of g -week. At a de; feet .".re immci: of brine, and m OI some ;t) or o,t ten i:!':ui lakes c intents of tlieso are pumped and pump;'' way the up- per crust of earth is correspondingly weakened, and the result an occasioi!- al suMsi'Ienee. a "pulling" cff( :es: si:! isid.-nees have in the rest build- ings, and they are drawn all ways and give the 1 iv.ii an extreme ly dissipated appearance. Ths Gertr.'or of the !"con. In English.. French , Italian, Latin and Gre- k the moon is feminine, but in all the Teuton;- tongues the moon is masculine Which of the twain is its true gen lev': Wo go luu-k to the Sanskrit for an answer. Professor Max Mulier rightly says ('-On the Re ligions of India" i. "It is no longer de nied that for throwing light on some of the darkest problems that have to le solved by the student of language nothing is so useful as a critlrv.l study of Sanskrit.' Here the word for the moon is num. whi h Is masculine. Mark how even what Hamlet calls "word.-, word--, words," lend their weight .ind value to tV- adjustment of this groat avgrumont. The very moon is masculine and. like Wordsworth's child, is "father of the man." "Moon Lore." I rr. Tsrtir.cr.t. Clara Well, a-.nt. have your photo fro::: Mr. lac .1? Miss id they ; pressing? Clara Mavdeva! ci. -. yi-Vos. Th a ::!(' r mv oidnion ef his irr.tmdfia j Craclonsl What wa if: Mis? May I tleval Why. on the l-a k of every j.Ie j ture were tliese v.-or.!s: "The .rigin:il j of this is eanfr.liy preserved." I.on i don Chronicle. Diplozcy. To-wne Of- our.-e the scheme H a ! pooa one, tiu ! yen :imn joar wiie j will api'fove 'l it? I'rjwsie Ye. if by ! careful hintii g I can get her to forma I late it herself and make her Lc-Iieve it's her own. Pearson's Weekly. Gravitation. Examiner What do you know about the power of the earth's attraction? Candidate It is the strongest at i about 2 o'clock in the morning. F3ie- gende Blatter. I believe rather in drawin? men to ward pood than shutting them out ft'Sm bad. Zola. AARON BRAY TO PREACH. Aaron Bray of Oregon will preach at the Orange church Sunday night. Ev eryone invited. fv'i i,v Tun ':" i THE I I h ."i vvayI .: ic.M l..-.;. :. i ...... , :,, i( r, ALL OBJECTION IS ED FINALLY Nothing Stands in the Way of A New Building at the Wernle Home- FEEGER'S TRIP A SUCCESS. A PROBLEM WILL DE PRESENT ED IN CARE FOR THE CHILDREN WHILE ERECTING A NEW BUILDING. .All objection to the construction of tht- ntv Wernle home has been re moid ar.d preliminary plans looking toward the work will be arranged dur ini; the winter months. The Rev. Al- nt-ri j. r eejer nas returneu irom me j v. . t,;,.r w,.;, .. ,,t ,, t .wi . ii Ui.,,.HVl U1V ( tilth V ' I Hit JVHil . . , . , . . , . symm ot Ohio, held tins week, where : ! he asked the meeting to ro.-ciiui its last year's t-vder that only sir." he spent ; on the homo. He was successful as the' order i:hn is. that if tho on' Me walls of the home were dangerous a new . home should he constructed. As this I is the cat the order was taken as a con-1 ;it to the construction of a new l.uiioing. Tl;e supcrintt-ndent and Wernle Home 1'oard will have quite a problem en their hands when active construc tion w fliildn nition. rk begins, as the eighty-three n who will then be in the insti will be without shelter unless dan is devised for their care. : the course of the building op : omo j Darim erations it is probable that a number of temporary abodes will be ereeUd to house the inmates. Next week three children will be sent from Winnipeg, Can., to the home. ECONOMY, IND. ' Economy. Ind.. Oct. 10. Frank Cole is spending this week in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor are visit ing relatives in Iowa. Miss Vergia Stanley is in Richmond for a few days. John Replogle is buying some fine stock for his farm. Marsh Lindsey arrived from Chicago Wednesday where he had been to buy sheep. Dr. Crump of Greensfork was here Wednesday. REMOV Jrsj; jvSAY"".-f rr. mmmk ,J 1rPa mmzWEgL It Ml mmMt'- A fc$S3S 3221 If. I dange m m You can carry it aboul and care for it just as easily as a lamp. Brass oil font holds 4 quarts burning 9 hours. Handsomely fin ished in japan and nickel. Every heater warranted. The W winter brilliant lizht to read, sew or brass, nickel plated, latest improved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted. If your dealer can- t-'C not supply fcrtecuon Oil Heater or Kayo Lamp write our nearest agency for descriptive circular. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) 'V..w..i.-ii-. " MONO AUT ... GAR.R.AGE SUPPLIES STORAGE, ETC. 1207 Main Street Phone 425 Open All Night. W. J. COSGROVE The Richmond PSumbsng and Electric Co. Modern Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, Electric Wiring and Supplies. 418 Main St. Richmond, Ind. j Wedding Bells are ringing. I "We Have 18 and 22 karat. No such assortment Is tiered except In large cities. m . Free Otxrc Aches and Pafns In Side, Sack or Bones, Swollen Joints- Manic DIood Oaim the Wonder of the Age Thousands of Rheumatics Cured by Its US3. LARGE SAMPLE FEttE TO ALL! 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