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THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1907.
PLAN BIG SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY
Program of Unusual Length
Arranged for Event
At Economy.
IT IS AN ANNUAL AFFAIR.
SEVERAL RICHMOND PEOPLE
WILL GO HAG ER STOW N MAN
INVENTS BUGGY HUB OTHER
WAYNE COUNTY NEWS.
Economy. Ind., Dec. lo. Former
teachers and pupils of the Economy
schools are making great, preparations
for the annual reunion, which will bo
held at thiH place Wednesday. A
program of liiiu.sual lenpth has bei-n
arranged, and which follows: Song
by the school quartette: greetings. Ed
gar Farmer; recitation. Hulda Haxton:
music, Ruth Jackson; recitation. "He
Careful What You Say," Marie Wil
liams; "Johnny's History Lesson." Ga
lard Sanders; recitation. Louise Mail
ing; piano solo. Herschel Ballengei ;
recitation, "We Thank Thee." Pauline
Daugherty; recitations, Ijouise Stolts.
Mary Ballenger. Minnie Brown, Allen
TV'eyl. Forest Macy. Kelso Mendenhall;
duet. Myrtle and Lucinda Haxton; rec
itation. Loya Smith; song by the girls,
primary; recitation, Osa Covalt; dia
logue, Edith Oler and Hellen Farmer;
recitation. Francis Lindsey; piano so
lo, Anna Hadley; Jack Frost, Kenith
Cain; recitations, Henry Farmer, Wil
lard Jordan. Ervin Hunt. Opal Wad
man; piano solo. Herschel Ballenger:
"The Rain Bow Sisters," primary; rec
itations, Louise Charles. Hazel Hax
Brown and Vergie Mendenhall; "Little
Wadman: piano solo, Myrtle Haxton:
recitations, Letta Segrist, Cecil Cain;
Bong, primary; dialogue, intermedial?;
recitation, Louise Smith; piano solo.
Elizabeth Stanley; recitations. Harold
Fouts, Fred Lebrick, Fern Woofers,
Herbert Wadman; duet. Marjory
ton. Gerald Weyl. Irene Leullen, Inez
Eed Riding Hood." primary; recita
tions, Cecil Cain, Gerald Kennedy, El
drlge Sanders. Russel Fueston; quar
tette, high school; recitation. Russel
Shoemaker; song, Ruby Morrison and
Wary Haxton; recitation. Homer
Smith. Myra Hunnicutt, Frank Leb
rick, Mary Cranor, Blanche Bell; trio.
Kuby Jones, Lucinda Haxton and Lu
cinda Hollingsworth; "History of Econ
omy School," Mark Albertson; "The
Owl Song," boys, primary; song. Ruby
Morrison and Mary Haxton: recitation.
Ixjve Lindsey; piano solo. Myrtle Hax
ton; recitation, Audry Benson; exer
cise, boys, primary; song, Gusta Scott;
exercise, boys, intermediate; recita
tions, Anna Hadley, Joe Ballenger; pi
ano solo, Elizabeth Stanley; recitation,
l.eo Bundy.
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Trial Package Mailed Free to
All in Plain Wrapper.
but
easy
Tiles is a fearful disease,
to cure if you go at it right.
An operation with the: knife is dan
gerous, cruel, humiliating and unnec
essary. There is just one other sure way
to be cured painless, safe and in the
privacy of your own home it is Pyra
mid Pile Cure.
We mail a trial package free to all
who write.
It will give you instant, relief, show
you the harmless, painless nature of
this great remedy and start you "vvjII
on the way toward a perfect cure.
Then you can get full-sized box
from any druggist for 50 cents, and
often one box cures.
Insist on having whac you call for.
If the druggist, tries to sell yon
something just as good, it is because
he makes more money on the substi
tute?. The cure begins at once and contiii
ues rapidly until it is complete and
permanent.
You can go right ahead with your
work and be easy and comfortable all
the time.
It is well worth trying.
Just send your name and address to
Pyramid Drug Co., !2 Pyramid Build
ing, Marshall. Mich., and receive free
by return mail the trial package in a
plain wrapper.
Thousands have been cured in this
easy, painless and inexpensive way, in
the privacy of the home.
No knife and its torture.
No doctor and his bills.
All druggists, SO cents
day for a free package.
BUFFALO BILL FIRES
VOLLEY AT GOULD
Declares He Paid Miss Mar a
Large Amount to Testify
In Divorce Case.
FAMOUS SCOUT EXPLAINS.
HE SAYS
REASON
WITH NOW
SCANDAL.
THAT THERE IS NO
FOR CONNECTING HIM
FAMOUS DOMESTIC
MILTON, IND.
Writ e to-
GIRL DIES
THREE
LEAVING
HUSBANDS
From Girlhood a Pretty Con
necticut Lass Had
Charmed All.
WEDDED THREE IN A WEEK.
M'CONNAUGHEY INVENTOR.
6ecures Offer fori Very Valuable
gy Hub Devise.
Bug-
Haeerstown. Dec. 10 G. L. Mc-
Connauchev has received a patent on
a buggy hub for which he has been
offered $5,000 or a royalty. Mr. Mc
Connaughey has been a buggy manu
facturer at this place tor twenty-tive
years.
HER CAREER BEGAN WHEN SHE
WENT TO CIRCUS AT AGE OF
FIFTEEN AND RAN OFF WITH
TATOOED MAN.
Denver, Col., Dec. 10. That Howard
Gould paid Helen Mar, the English wo
man and erstwhile companion of
Gould's wife, so much per word for her
recent testimony in his divorce case,
and that Gould offered him ."VO.X to
go on the witness stand and corrobo
rate Miss Mar's testimony, was the
startling declaration of Col. William F.
Cody, otherwise known as Buffalo
Bill, today in an interview in which
he denied the story of his alleged as
sociations with Katherine Clemmons.
Gould hinges his divorce case on the
testimony of Miss Mar. The pretty
young English woman told of alleged
confidences which the then Miss Clem
mons made to her, in which she con
fessed to indiscreet actions with Col.
Cody.
Saw Miss Clemmons's Talent.
"Katherine Clemmons was a beauti
ful girl, a brilliant girl, and she was a
wonderful actress; but I only knew her
professionally," said Col. Cody today
when asked to make a statement.
"At the time I met her, I was in the
show business, and was constantly
looking for talent." continued Col.
Cody. "Other men have hired talent
and have hired it as 1 did, as a busi
ness proposition. At that time, I
might say there was a dearth of show j to secure a pulpit supply for the day.
talent, especially female talent. There ' Arrangements will be made for servic-
was tfoot.n among men, duc ne naa es on the J'na ot December.
about finished his career. Then, there Mrs. Frank Wallace and Miss Hazel
was myself, also a great actor. But : Ferguson are at Martinsville taking
where were the actresses?
none. I recognized talent
Milton. Ind.. Dec. !. George Bor
ders was at Mt. Summit visiting his
brother Charles and family over Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Golden have re
turned to Columbus. Ind.
Miss Stella Campbell, who has been
he guest of Mrs. Sherman Werking.
returned to her home at North Ver
non. Miss Nora Wagner was at Richmond
Saturday.
The relatives of John Kirlin Sr., and
Mrs. Mary Kirlin, surprised them Sat
urday night. An oyster supper was
served and a pleasant evening was
spent.
Messrs. and Mesdames Lycurgus
Beeson. Jack Bishop. Oliver Ferguson
and Willard E. Williams, were at In
dianapolis to spend Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Doll.
The C. W. B. M. met with Mrs. D. H.
Warren last week. Mrs. Ed Wilson
conducted the devotional service. Miss
Mary Moore gave a talk on "The Amer
ican Ocupation of the Philippines, the
Protestant Mission and Present Prob
lems." Mrs. H. II. Maulove read an
excellent paper on "The Past Year, lis
Progress and Its Lessons." Mrs. G.
F. Doty gave a reading. At the con
clusion of the program a dainty col
lation was seized by the hostess.
Mrs. J. M. Grigsby has returned to
Logansport.
Mrs. Edgar P. Jones has received
word of the death of her grandmother
Lovell. at Huntington, Pa.
Verne Bragg of Indianapolis spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Bragg.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beeson of Con
nersville. visited their aunt, Mrs. Ella
Hoffman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wissler of Rich
mond spent Sunday with their parents.
Miss Hester Kahle has returned from
a visit at Indianapolis.
Miss Nora Minn of Richmond visit
ed relatives Sunday.
Ernest Brumfield went to Franklin
Sunday to take a place as manager of
the Franklin Telephone Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Brumfield were ft
Philip Frantzman's east of German
tawn, Sunday.
There was no preaching service in
Milton Sunday, owing to the board
of the Christian church not being able
1 C 1
When the
Furnace Fails
BIG BARN BURNS.
Lightning Struck Structure
Was Destroyed.
and It
Cambridge City, Ind., Dec. 10. The
large barn owned by Wm. Nichols,
rear Now Lisbon was struck by lightn
ing about 5 o'clock Monday evening,
und with its contents was totally des
troyed by fire. Estimated loss $2,000;
partially insured.
South Norwalk, Conn., Dec. 10. Af
ter a checkered career and while still
in her teens, Mrs. Minnie Dauchey,
known as "The Wild Rose of Wilton,"
died in the Norwalk hospital, leaving
three husbands and four children.
Minnie Brotherton. a rosy-cheeked
little country lass, with jet black hair
and eyes, lo lashes and beauty of
face and form that won her many suit
ors, gained notoriety by three mar
riages in one week five years ago.
She went to a circus when 1 years
old and ran off with a tatooed man,
to whom she was married. Upbraided
by her parents for not having her hus
band when she returned two days later.
off she went again and was married to
Peter Sturm of South Norwalk. The
wedding was declared void as was the
first one. because of her age, and a
third time within the week she was led
to the altar this time by Harry Dauch
ey, with the consent of her parents.
Such was her beauty that she could
win a husband in a few minutes. Later
she added to her reputation by joining
the Salvation Arms.
in Kather
ine Clemmons and placed her in the
show business. She traveled in Amer
ica, England, France and other coun
tries, and became great. She met and
married Howard Gould of New York,
and became greater.
"I am getting used to being 'smoked
up' in the newspapers, but. at that, I
believe they treat me for the most part
kindly. There is no rei.on for con
necting my name with the Gould case,
or for 'smoking me up' on Katherine
Clemmons's account. They might as
well connect my name with every wo
man who ever worked for me, and I
had thirty or sixty in my show last
year."
Says Gould Paid for Testimony.
"Miss Helen Mar was paid so much
a word for her testimony in the How
ard Gould divorce case, when she tes
tified against. Mrs. Gould in New
York," continued Col. Cody. "Alter
the lawyers for the defense are through
with the evidence she gave, she will
not amount to anything.
"As for press reports concerning,
Gould's offer to me to testify against
the character of his wife," said the pi
oneer and scout. "I was offered not
$2..O0O, but $.VMR'H to testify, and I re
fused the offer.
There was treatment at a sanitarium.
Arlon Doll and Lute
lantz were
guests of Connersville friends Sunday
-Mr.
the
A Real Wonderland.
South Dakota, with its rich silver
jnines, bonanza farms, wide ranges
lind strange natural formations, is a
Heritable wonderland. At Mound City,
In the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp, a
wonderful case of healing has lately
occurred. Her son seemed near death
vlth. lung and throat trouble. "Ex
hausting coughing spells occurred ev
rry five minutes." writes Mrs. Clapp.
when I began giving Dr. King's New
Discovery, the great medicine, that
saved his life and completely cured
him." Guaranteed for coughs and
colds, throat and lung troubles, by A.
C. Luken & So., druggist. 50c. and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
FOUNTAIN CITY, IND.
Fountain City. Ind.. Dec. 10. Ernest
Ketts spent Sunday in Muncie with his
brother Harry, who intends to go to
!allas, Texas, to spend the winter.
Aaron Worth and wife visited his
(lister at Modoc, Ind., Sunday.
Howard Harrison of Richmond has
moved back to Fountain City.
Kate Pegg spent Sunday in Rich
mond with her grandparents, Mr. and
"Mrs. Lauler.
Tie New Pure Food and Drug Law.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coug'is.
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
adults! A. G. Luken &. Co.
REV. H0BS0N WILL ASSIST.
Rev. M. Ilobson left today to assist
Rev. A. C. Wilmore in a revival meet
ing near Economy.
LAWFUL FOR WIVES
TO NAGHUSBANDS
Court Holds It Is Not Cruel and
Inhuman Treatment.
WHITEWATER. IND.
Whitewater, Ind., Dec. 1 O.
Frank Smith of Indianapolis was
guest of his parents over Sunda;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker and
family entertained Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Carrie White, Mr. and Mrs. John
Richards, Misses Hasel White, Edna
Richards, Gertie and Angie Alexan
der; Mr. Grover . Wnite, Cleveland
Pyle, Reed and Tullus Gordon.
Rev. Sharitt began a series of reviv
al meetings at the Christian church
Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pyle were the
guests of Mr. and Mis. A. L. Wiley
at, Bethel Sunday.
The joint teachevs institute; of
Franklin and New Garden townships
was held at, the school building Sat
urday.
Floyd Best and family were the
guests of S. W. Nicholson and famliy
Sunday.
Alonzo Cain and wife of Hagers
town, John Manning and wife of Econ
omy, Albert Anderson and wife. Wal
ter and Willie Anderson, Harold Man
ning, Louise Manning and Marcella
Cain were the guests of Joe C. Bur
gess and family.
On many a cold winter morning y
will wake to find the fires "out" Wh
arc you qoinq to do about it shiv
Prepare non- lor the emergency with
PERFECTION
Oil Heater
tEqulpped with Smokeless Device)
and you'll have genial, glowing heat instantly wherever
want it without smoke or smell smokeless de
vice prevents turn the wick as high or as low as
you like. Easily carried about. Brass font holds
4 quarts ol oil burns 9 hours. Handsomely fin
ished in japan and nickel. Every heater warranted.
i?cy&Lamp
makes enrery me long
evening brilliant, steady
light lor reading or sew
ing. Made ol brass, nickel plated and equipped with the IatesJ
improved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted.
If your dealer doesn't carry the Perlechon Oil Heater and Riy
Lamp, write our nearest agency lor descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Incorporated)
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WESTBOUND.
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(Effective April TtH. 19C7.)
EASTBOUND.
Ko.1
a.m.
Chicago. dS:35
Pern ....12:50
Marion... 1:44
Muncie .. :41
Riehm'd.. 4 05
CIu'U 6:35
p.m.
No.2
am.
Cln'tl ...d8:40
No.3 No.3I No.3-b
p.m. a.m.
930 3:35
2:05 4:40
2:59 5:37
3:57 6:40
5:15 805
7:30 10:26
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No.4 No.S2 No.6-4
p.m. a.m.
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9:35
HAG ER STOW N, IND.
Hagerstown. Dec. "!. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Reploele entertained Sunday at
'heir home east of town. Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Connfff. Mr. and Mrs. John
Jessr.
MAY HAVE VIOLENT TEMPER
Selis and children. Leona and
nd Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sturm.
.Mark Funu and daughter of Muncie,
w ere guests over bunday or his mot ti
er, Mrs Mary Ann Funk on North Elm
Cloella Lumpkin entertained at
her home north of town Saturday
night. Misses Elma Kerr, Ruth Gwinu,
Brant and Eva Roller.
Mr. and Mrs. Rqbt. Smith and family
entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D.
B. Uller and daughter, Sarah Marie cf
near Economy, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
smith and daughter Frances Margue-
rite.
The "pie social" given Saturday
night by the Pocohontas ladies was
well patronized, the proceeds amount
ing to ,$t;.lo. Games and dancing were
indulged in after lunch.
Miss Mary Smith, nurse at Reid Me
morial hospital visited Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedekind.
Announcements have been received
here bey relatives of the marriage of
Howard Rinehart. son of David Rine
hart. east of town, and Miss Deardoff.
which took place in North Dakota on
Thanksgiving day. Mr. Rineharl has
been in that state since August. Mrs.
Rinehart is a cousin of Ed Deardoff
north of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Nelson and son.
of near Economy, and Mr. McMann of
Richmond, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Fonts on South Terry street
Sunday.
J. L. Replogle and family moved on
Monday from the L. M. Pierce farm
north of town to the home of Philip
Pipher. south of town.
David Rinehart attended the funeral
services of his grandson, son of Chas.
Rinehart and wife of Marion Sunday.
STRAUGHN, IND.
Straufthn. Ind.. Dec. lo. Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Stiener and son of Knights-
town, visited relatives her Sunday.
Glen Walters and Russel Eaton, who
have been il. are able to be out.
Mrs. John Willis. Mrs. Stella Leon
berger and Miss Maggie leonberger
were shopping in Richmond Saturday.
The ioint institute of Dudley and
Franklin township was held here Sat
urday. A very interesting session was
held. The New Lisbon teachers
were entertained to dinner by Mr. and
Mrs. Chesleigh Haskett.
Miss Goldie More one of our teachers
was a victim of the mumps last week
Eugene Butler had charge of her room.
Mrs. Esther Woods of Fairmount,
who has been visiting her mother and
other relatives here returned home Sat
urday.
Mrs. Edna Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs
J. B. Tapscott visited in Dublin Sun
day.
CHESTER, IND.
Mrs.
Rlchm'd.
Muncie. .
Marlon .
?eru . . .
Chicago
9:00
11:22
12:45
1:41
2:45
7:00
a.m.
aft
10
12
1
40 p.m.
55 S:S0
17 8:00
:19 9:00
2:25 10:00
9:20 7:00
p.m. a.ra.
Sunday.
10:55
12.17
1:19
2:25
6:40
p.m.
Dally. d-Dally Except
e-S'inday Only.
"Through Vestlbuled Tralna betw
Chicago and Cincinnati oar our owl
rails. Double dally service. Through
Sleepers on trains Nos. 3 and 4 be
tween Chicago and Cincinnati. Local
sleeper between Muncie. Marlon, .Pe
ru and Chicago, handled In trains Noi
and 6, between Muncie and Peru,
thence trains Nos. 3 and 4, between
Peru and Chicago.
For schedules, rates and further
Information call on or write.
C. A. BLAIR. P. T. A.
Richmond. Ind.
Christmas
The Terre Haute, Indianapolis
& Eastern Traction Co.
EXCESS FARE ELIMINATED
When buying tickets beyond
INDIANAPOLIS
To all points touched by Traction
Lines in Indiana and Ohio.
One Hundred and Fifty Pounds of
Baggage Checked Free. Special Serv
ice to Handle the Heavy Christmas
Travel.
THE BEST OF SERVICE
5 LIMITED TRAINS
EACH WAY DAILY.
For further information inquire of
local agent or address:
C. S. KITCH,
Dist. P. &. F. A., Indianapolis.
Badly Mixed Up.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY.
NO DIFFERENCE
Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roid cures any
form of Piles Internal, External,
Bleeding, Bling, Itching, Supperatiug.
Piles are caused by conjestion of
blood in the lower bowel, and only an
internal remedy can remove the cause.
Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roid is a tab
let taken internally. Money back if
It fails.
$1.00 at Leo II. Fihe, or Dr. Leon
hardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y.
Chicago passengers using C, C. &
L. trains land at 12th st. (Illinois
Central) Station; most conveniently
located. Remember this. 6-tf
Have too trouble of any kind arising from
a disordered stomach? Iro to your drufUt
and get a 50c or SI bottle of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, which is positively g-aaxanteed to
cure you and keep you weii.
According to a decision of the ap
pellate court of Indiana a wife may
"nag" her husband to her heart's con
tent. She may exhibit violent temper
and interfere with his schemes for
making money to the point of refusing
to join in deeding away their property.
She may do all these things without
being guilty of '"cruel and inhuman
treatment." This decision was ren
dered in the case of Will G. Hofman
vs. Hannah Hofman. of "Orange coun
ty, in which the former was granted a
divorce. The appellate court, howev
er, reversed the action of the lower
court. Judge Rabb. who rendered the
opinion, said that in standing by her
rights to an interest in her husband's
real estate is a marital offense for
which a wife could be divorced, it
would be better than the law giving
her such right be repealed. "Such is
not the case however," said Judge
Rabb. "The marital relation is not to
be cast aside on any such trivial and
insufficient grounds."
Abraham Brown, cf Winterton, N.
Y.. lie d a very remarkable experience;
he says: "Doctors got badly mixed up
over me; one said heart disease; two
called it kidney trouble; the fourth,
blood poison, and tlK fifth stomach
and liver trouble; but none of them
helped me; so my wife advised trying
Electric Bitters, which are restoring
me to perfect health. One bottle did
me more good than all the five doc
tors prescribed." Guaranteed for
blood poison, weakness and all stom
ach, liver and kidney complaints, by
A. G. Luken & Co.. druggist, oOc.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY
ECONOMY. IND.
Economy, Dec. 10. Levi W. Stamm
returned to Dayton Sunday evening
after spending Saturday night and Sun
day with his wife at this place.
Miss Effie Wilson was in Richmond
last week.
Miss Ruth Jackson entertained Miss
Alcie Gwin. Ruby Morrison and Mary
Mumbowers. Sunday.
Mrs. Babel Gwin and little daughter
Carrie arrived home Sunday afternoon
after a few days' visrt with Mrs. Cora
Scantland of near Williamsburg.
Miss vergie Stanley is still visiting
Mrs. Glen Shirley at Peru.
Rufus Williams arrived home from
Marion Sunday.
The Franklin boys. Charley, Clyde
and Benny, attended Sugar Grove
Sunday school.
Everybody invited to the school re
uniou at Economy December 11th.
For
Woman's
Eye
Women's troubles very often occur regularly at a certain time every month. Be
cause this may have been so all your life, is no reason why it should continue.
Many thousands of women, who had previously suffered from troubles similar to yours,
due to disorder of the womanly organs, have found welcome relief or cure in that
wonderfully successful medicine for women,
Wime of Cardii
Mrs. Leota Forte, of Toledo. I1L. writes: "I am veil pleased with the results of using CarduL I have
taken three bottles and am now perfectly well free from pain and have gained 25 pounds in weight"
UJD1TP I1C A I FTTF D 'rit 0dyJor ,w copv vlut,'e Illustrated Book for Wown. If vou n4 Medical Ad
it ill I C U J ft LC 1 1 Lit :JrZpt-??iZ'Te aJi,reF'y "nt in 'envelope. AJirws :
L4ict Advisory Dcct.. The Chattanooga AUdicine Co.. Chaiunotxra. Tenn.
Dancing Proves Fatal.
Many men and women catch colds
at dances which terminate in pneu
monia and consumption. After expo
sure, if Foley's Honey and Tar is tak
en it will break up a cold and no ser
ious results need be feared. Refuse
any but the genuine in a yellow pack
age. A. G. Luken & Co.
Chester, Ind.. Dec. 10. Mr. and
Gist have returned from Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carman entertain
ed C. II. Bulla and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Deitmeyer and
Mrs. Charlie Deitmeyer, Charlie Huff
man and family, Laura Neff, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Morrow and Nellie Morrow
were among the guests at a social
gathering at the home of Mr. aud Mrs.
Brown's.
Wilbern llodgin and Laurence Es
tell were to see Leonard Hill Saturday
at his home in Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hart enter
tained at dinner Sunday.
Ben Norris will spend the winter
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jehu
Norris.
Ulysess Pickett continues to im
prove. The funeral of Sarah Townseud was
largely attended Monday.
Nature always warns you if your
bowels are clogged or inflamed heed
this. Take Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea, it relieves ali congestion and
restores natural digettoon. Cj cents.
Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co.
Low Round Trip
Winter Tourist Rates
To Florida Points
Via The C. C. & L. R; R.
Return Limit June 1, 1908
To Jacksonville $36.03
To Daytona 2.GZ
To Do Land 42.70
To Miami T.S.or,
To Orlando 41. '..")
To Palm Beach &1..V.
To Pensacola 29.r.0
To sl Augustine ::$.r.
To Sanford A?,XZ
To Tampa 4S.;r.
To Havana, Cuba 78.50
For rates to additional points and
other information, call
C. A. BLAIR, P. & T. A.,
Home Tel. 2062 Richmond.
THE RAYS OF
HAPPINESS
in a home at night are in
creased a thousand-fold if the
rooms are well lighted. Put
a mantle on your gas jet and
you have a cheerful, steady
white lightthe nearest to
the sun itself. A mantle saves
one-third in gas consumption.
Richmond Light
Heat & Power Co.
RICHMOND AUTO AGENCY
REPAIRING
, ETC.
1207 Main Street Phone 425
Open All Niyht.
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
t
LOANS, RENTS
W. H. Bradbury & Son
f Rooms 1 and 3, Wostcott BIk
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Moore & Ogborn
Can supply you with a good loan at
a low rate of interest.
Can furnish you with bonds of any
kind on short notice.
Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bids- Phones,
Home 1CS9. Bell 53-R.
EASY PAYMENTS
J.HASSENBUSCH
Furniture, Carpets
Stoves, Etc.
503-507 Main St.. Richmond, Ind.
Round Trip
Sunday Rates
Every Sunday
Via The C. C. & L. R. R.
To Cincinnati, O $1-50
To Cottage Grove, Ind r.5
To Boston, Ind 25
To Williamsburg SO
To Economy 50
To Losantville TO
To Muncie 120
To Marion 2.20
To Peru
Trains Leave going East, 5:13 a. m.
Trains Lt. going West 10:53 a. m.
Daily.
For further information call
C. A. BLAIR, P. & T.
Home Tel. 2062. Richmond.
PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY

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