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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1907.
PAGE FIVE. A- GRATEFUL WOMAN OPENLY EXPRESSES HER THANKS Mrs. Philomena Kroeger Praises Dunn and Quaker Extract, If people will but read the follow ing, no farther comment will be nec essary. For over 3 years Mrs. Kroeger has been patiently suffering tortures as can be surmised from her own words. She saiL "I cannot explain how I felt and what I really suffered. When I awoke In the morning, I felt more tired than when I went to bed the night before. My tongue would be coated, my taste bad and my breath fonl. After eating I would bloat and belch. I was very nervoua and sub; ject to dizzy sensations. My bowels" were very Irregular and I resorted to the use of salts, pills, tablets and even Injections for relief at times. My heart would palpitate and my bands and feet were constantly cold. Nerv ous headaches and nervous spells would attack me, seemingly growing more aerere every day. I lost all faith In medicines because I had tried so many without getting results. After talking to Dunn, the Quaker Health Teacher, I concluded to try once more. I bought 3 bottles of Quaker Herb Ex tract and since I commenced taking it I began to improve rapidly. I now pleep well, eat well and am gaining in health and flesh every day. My bowels are regular, all bloating feel ings and dizzy sensations have left me, all of which I thankfully and op enly acknowledge to have been brought about by Quaker Herb Ex tract. Dunn, the Quaker Health Teacher, can still be seen at Luken's Drug Store. All who suffer from rheu matism, catarrh, nervousness, kidney, liver, stomach or blood troubles should call and hear what he has to say about Quaker Herb Extract and Oil of Balm. It costs nothing to talk to Dunn. A new supply of the great Quaker Cough Syrup was received yesterday. This Cough Syrup contains no opiates and can be safely taken by children. So great is the demand that hundreds of bottles were sold yesterday. The price is 23c. Quaker Herb Extract, the world's greatest remedy for stomach troubles, worms, blood troubles, sells for $1.00, or 3 for $2.50. On receipt of price these remedies will be sent by express all charges paid. Call on Dunn before he leaves Rich mond. You are more than welcome. He is here to actually prove what the Quaker Remedies will do. Remember he can be seen at Lu ken's drug store daily. SOCIETY NEWS To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121, or Bell Phone 21. HUNTINGTON CRIES INJUSTICE 111 COURT Savs That He Should Not Have Been Given Such a Lengthy Sentence. ALL GET SHORTER TERMS. EVEN DISREPUTABLE WIFE BEAT ERS, WHO HAVE 1 GAINED DIS FAVOR OF COURT, GET OFF WITH LIGHT PUNISHMENT. "I saw quite an article in one of the Columns of 1 tho Palladium today, which dwelt on wife beaters aud how harshly they were dealt with. A man who brutally hits and kicks his wife, u defenseless woman, receives a fine f $1 and costs and ninety days in Jail, making a total of 101 days. How ever if a man assaults a big, over grown ex-policeman he receives 290 flays In the county jail quite a con tract. Surely the women of this city must take off their hats to ex-members of the Richmond police depart ment." The above is a postscript to a very lengthy letter received by the Pal ladium today from Earl Huntington, a man with an equally lengthy police record, who is now serving a long sen tence for assaulting William Golden, and ex-policeman, last June. In this letter, Huntington complains that he has been a victim of injustice, lie says that Jim Kelley, who assisted Huntington in the assault made on Golden, with all the opportunities fur nished an accused person to make a defense, namely a jury trial and coun sel, was fined for the assault, $1 and costs with a thirty days' jail sentence. Huntington then cites the fact that ho received for the same offense a six months' jail sentence and a fine of $100 and did not havo the advantage of a Jury trial or an attorney to de fend him. Huntington in his communi cation, which is well written, dwells i on the fact that most of the punish ment received by Golden was admin istered by Kelley. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in G to 14 days or money refunded. 30c. Water on Gibraltar. On the eastern side of the rock of Gibraltar there is a curious looking white patch which led an American tourist to ask whether the rock was being armor plated. It is really a catchment for rainwater to increase the reserve of water on the rock. The catchment covers ten acres. It Is made of galvanized corrugated iron fixed to piles driven deep into the sandy slopes above the village of Catalan. The wa ter collected at the foot of the catch ment runs through the rock Into a tun nel 2,000 feet long and is delivered In to reservoirs on the western side. The yield to the inch of rainfall is 240,000 gallons. New York Tribune. Billville Office Rules. We never return rejected articles. We get a dollar a ton for them at the paper mill. Write on one side of the paper only. When the other side is blank we can figure up our losses on it. Subscribers who have not receive? the paper in three weeks or inort should inquire at the sheriff's office, where a reason will probably be given them. Frank L. Stanton in Atlanta Constitution. Accounting For It. "No," said the stubborn man. "no body can alter my regard for Jigging. He's a man you don't meet every day." "I admit that." replied Markley, "but 7. attribute it to the fact that I loaned him $10 several months ago." Catho lic Standard and Times. A Faint Resemblance. "Ah, my boy," said the purse proud Individual as be handed round the Flor de Toofas, "that's something like a cigar!" "Yes," responded one of the victims; "what is it?" London Opinion. Is Tl.e Stomach Dispensable! An operation for the removal of the stomach In a Chicago hospital recently, promoted dis cussion among the sarreons whether the stom ach could be removed and the patient be none the worse tor H. Before the discussion had well iied out. the patient had died. It demonstrated le could not live without bis stomach. To keep he stomach In srood condition, and cure const! ation. indirection, etc., ese the great herb laxa tve compound. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin I'rureists sell it at SO cents and Si a bottle. SS&fi ENTIIST Substantial and Artistic Dentistry Permanently located In rooms 18 and 19, Colonial Building E3 We have money to loan on long time, easy payments, with out delay or red-tape, and at lower rates than any similar concern in this section of the country. We loan from $5 up, on house hold goods, livestock, farming implements, tobacco crops and all other chattel security, if you need money, fill in the following, cut out and mail this ad. to us and we will bring the money to jour door. Name Security Address Am't Wanted, $. Try us just one, aud see how easy and satisfactorily you can bor row money from us without bothering your friends to go your se curity Strictly confidential. On Monday night the chemical lab ratory at Earlham was the scene of some brilliant festivities which pre sented chemistry in a new and a more attractive light. The men In the advanced classes of chemistry assisted by th director en tertained the ladies of the department. A long table of uncertain support was placed in the center of the labratory and was covered with a table cloth of spotless filter paper. Beakers, cru cibles and evaporating dishes replac ed the conventional utensils and dish es of the modern table. The place cards and menu cards were written with an invisible ink, which had to be heated over a convenient flam in order to be read and the occasional conflagrations resulting only added to the hilarity of the occa&ion. A delight ful Bohemian spirit prevailed througn out, students and faculty alike joining in the conversation which sparkled with distorted chemical terms. Var ious mystical stunts were performed with the aid of the chemicals in the labratory and the following toasts were proposed by toastmaster Faqua her: "Alchemy" Dr. Harry N. Holmes responding. "Co-ed Chemics" V. Nicholson re sponding. "Kitchen Kemistry" R. Guyer responding. "Aluminum Kemistry" L. Nanney, responding. "Jupitar's Nectar" J. Jones re sponding. The menu cards were decorated with a drawing by Mr. Maier, refer ring to the banquet hall as the "Iodine Inn." The technical terms given are perfectly authentic: Oyster Brew j Re(a)d Hot ' Bivalves Baltimore Counts N. Y. Counts at IS degrees Centigrade Garnished with citric acid (natural) Mollusk Blue points at 100 degrees centigrade in lacteal suspension Sodium chloride Crisplets Celery hearts (nitrogen free) Relishes. Picklets (acetic acid permeated) Queen Olives Anhydrous Goohers. (Vace Satuated.) Chocolate at 85 degrees centigrade. (High percentage, Dunethye-Xanthine. Garnished with beaten Bovuse Extrac tion.) $. gt A marriage of local interest took place at Toledo, O., Nov. 27, when Mr. Walter Wienian, formerly of this city, was married to Miss Helen Croker. of Toledo. The bride wore a gown of champagne colored crepe de chine and carried white roses. The bride's maid of honor was gowned in white lans downe and carried pink roses. Jerry Shea acted as best man. A reception was held at the bride's home, from two to four and a wedding supper fol lowed, served to about twenty guests. Mr. Wienian is well known here being formerly employed at the George II. Knollenberg store. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wieman, of South Twelfth street. They will make their home at Columbus. O., where Mr. Wieman is connected with the Gold Furniture company. Mrs. Harry Doan entertained a num ber of children near the age of two years, in honor of her son Joseph, who celebrated his second birthday nnni versary. The rooms were delightfully decorated for the occasion and -everything was done to amuse and enter tain the little folks. A luncheon was served at one table, the table being charmingly decorated with flowers and candalabra. Th luncheon was served in courses. Those who were present were William Smith, Joseph Smith, Roy Hawokette, Keath K'ng, Richard Lancaster, May Elizabeth Kibby, Edwin Ross, Helen Hazeltine, Ruth Crichet, Alice Starr and Helen Miller. The Aftermath met this afternoon with Mrs. Harry Dal by, of South Sev enteenth street, and a very interest ing program was observed. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Shera and child ren, Nina, Ruth and Grace, left this afternoon for Florida, where they -will spend the winter. A meeting of the Good Cheer Club will be held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Puthoff, residing on the Gaar road. ;. 4. 4. A silver social will be given by the ladies of the First Presbyterian church Wednesday evening. An interesting musical and literary program has been prepared. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Uescher will entertain the Penny Club Wednesday afternoon at her home on the corner of National and Abington pike. It will be in the nature of a basket dinner. 4 A meeting of the Men's Union of First English Lutheran church will be held Wednesday evening. An inter esting program of addresses and mu sic has been arranged. This evening at the country Club will be the opening event of a series of social functions to be held there this winter. The affair this evening is a drive whist party. Mrs. Ray Robinson will be hostess this evening for the Audubon society at her home on National avenue. The complete program for the open meeting of the Musical Study Club, which will take place this evening at the Starr piano rooms, is as follows: Part One. Polonaise Tschaikowski Miss Hasemeier, Miss King, . Miss Townsend, Miss Voorhees. a Waltz Song From Romeo and Juliet Gounod b The Pretty Creation Old Eng lish, 1710-1778. The Cuckoo Liza Lehmann Mrs. Gorman. a Mazurka E. Mtynaiski b Le Cygne C. Saint Saens Miss Forey. The Mad Dog Liza Lehmann I Mr. Krull. Les Preludes Liszt Miss Ross. Mrs. Hunt. ; Part Two. The Daisy Chain Liza Lehniann ; Miss Kaufman, Mrs. Earhart, j Mr. Krone, Mr. Krull. j j On next Monday evening in the Earl tam chapel. L:ndia bail, the Ionian aud Phoenix literary r-ot it ties will give a public, which will he one of the events of the year in the college life at Earlham. The societies will give a Japanese play, with Japanese cos tumes and netting, entitled "Mitsu-Yu-Nissi." Following i-s the cast of characters: Assauo Y'u Nissi Carl Wiesuer. a nobleman of the city of Tokio. Mao Na Dorothy Quimby. his wife, j Nitsu Florence Mellette, their j daughter. Masatura James Eaton, her brother. Kimura Jarmanoto Roy Conrad, a wealthy nobleman of Tokio, Nitsu's promised husband. Tosalsu Laurence Barrett, his son. Tsuzalsa Senlsai Paul Furnas, a Buddhist priest. Y'uki Alice Quimby. Henu Edith Lonley, Japanese nirl. Helen Morton, Ada Binford, Lucy Brown. Miriam Furnas, college girls. Clip This Recipe. It Makes a Pint of Excellent Cough Syrup. The effectiveness of the simple recipe given below will prove a pleasing surprise to those who teem to acquire a cough tn every occasion, and spend con siderable money in "ready made" cough syrups. A full pint is easily made t home in five minutes, at slight expense. It is remarkablv prompt in healing the inflamed membranes usually stopping a derp-reated cough in 21 hour.-. It is. also excellent for sore or weak lungs, whooping cough bronchial troubles and other throat affections. Take three-quarters of a pound of Granulated sugar, add water, heat and stir until you have a thick .syrup. Put 2L-.oz. of Pinex in a pint bottle, then till it up with the Granulated Sugar Syrup, and shae well. Keep well corked and it will neer spoil. 'iako a teaspoonful eery one, two or three hours. The taste is very agreeable a fea ture which commends it to child ren who rebel against most forms of medicine. Pinex, as ou probably know, :s the most concentrated form of Xorway White Pine Extract. It is rich in guaiacol and other elements which make the ozone of the pine forests so effective curing consumption. None of the many pine oil or pine tar prepartions are to be ifinpared with the real Pinex itself. Most druggists have it or t an easily get it for a customer if requested. The 2s 02. of Piuex should cost you about fifty cents, and the Granulated Suar about four cents. Total cost. Til cents for a full piut of the mixture -er."v v,st the whole family a long time. 1 -v ...1.. v..is recipe and pate it in your s-ctap book. Cirtat Value of Honey. "Honey, one of the most nutritious and delicate of foods, should be eaten more than it is," write a cooking ex pert. "Bought in the comb, it is bound to be unadulterated and will keep one free from sore throat and bronchia) troubles. I know a number of ladies who use honey as a cosmetic. They apply it to the skin, rub It in well, then wash it off with hot water. The result is a finer complexion, a glowing color, a young, fresh look." Birming ham Post PRESIDENT TO DEAL WITH BOOMERS Warns Federal Departments To, in No Wise Advocate Third Term Idea. IT IS A PROTECTION. "Did you hear that noise? What can it be?" demanded the janitor of the faehioriable apartment house. His wife went out into the hall and returned. "It was nothing but a rat," she said. "Ah," sighed the Janitor, greatly re lieved, "I thought it was a child." Bohemian PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. WILL BE CONSIDERED A SERIOUS VIOLATION OF OFFICIAL PRO PRIETY AND WILL BE DEALT WITH ACCORDINGLY. Washington, Dec. 10. President Roosevelt, today sent to all federal departments a warning, not to boom him for a third term. Such booming will be considered, be says "Serious violation of official propriety and will be dealt with accordingly." Various Kinds of Msteors. "Meteors" and "meteorologists" hav little in common, although their origin is identical. "Meteor" meant a good many more things to Englishmen of a few generations ago than It does now, in accordance with the meaning of the Greek adjective, which signified "up in the nir." so that "ta meteora." th things up in the air, meant the heav enly bodies. Winds aud whirlwinds were aerial meteors formerly lu Eng lish, clouds, snow and rain were aque ous meteors, aud among luminous me teors were reckoned rainbows and twi light. Meteorology preserves the mem ory of all this, but the word meteor" has gone over altogether to the astron omer's sphere. ' Infinitesimal Shears. A clever workman io a cutlery fae tory in Sheffield, England, made a doz en pairs of shears, each so minute that they altogether weigh less than half a grain. That is about the weight of a postage stamp. Each pair is perfect and will cut if suflicieutly delicate ma terial could be found. Lying on a piece of white paper they seem no larger than fleas. . this cunctroft you, aad carefully, ut. idweU'a feyrup Pepsin is positively mtrtn I Co enra indigestion, coustlpatton. sick bead e, offensive breath, malaria and all diseases sins from stomach '.rouble. School For Scandal Richard Brinsley Sheridan's delightful come dy to be presented by a home talent cast that will include William Dudley Fouike, Mr. and Mrs. James Morrisson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. McCabe, Misses Helen Nicholson, Edith Tallant, Juliet Robbins; Messrs Fred Lemon, Ray Robinson, S. F. Swayne, Walter Eggemeyer and George Bell. The most elaborate home talent pro duction ev?r witnessed in Indiana. Benefit St. Paul's Episcopal church. Prices, 7.". SOand 23 cents. Seat sale opens West cott hotel pharmacy, Dec. 10th. Gennett December 12 and 13 HenMauna Loan Co. Home Phone 1341. Rooms 40-41 Colonial BIdg. RICHMOND. IND. CHA. Mo JFEILTTMIAM FOR OLD AND YOUNG ALIKE. HOES are the most important presents, and you are beginning to think seriously of presents. It is time VOU not Onlv thought of hut hoiltfht thncp diftc vnn knnw will rlli'rfVif 4Vn -::4 Our stock of boots, shoes and slioners is for votir insnection and w invito vnur mnct -t-;ti-ol , ' x-x - r " ' w " jvu nival wj. 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