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TUE RICU3IOXD PALLAD1UJ1 A.D SU-TELliGKA3I, 1LLSDAV, .JANUARY 14. 1!MS.
PAGK SIX., SALOON me n t ok LEGAL VICTORY Applicants for License Get Cases Out of Commis sioners' Court. CIRCUIT COURT TO DECIDE. 6AL00NISTS WILL INSIST THAT THE NAMES ON THE REMON STRANCES FILED BE STRICTLY GENUINE IN EVERY RESPECT. New Castle, Ind., Jan. 14. The li quor Interests got exactly what they desired in the hearing of the Henry township blanket remonstrance case before the county commissioners yes terday afternoon, namely the taking of the case out of the commissioners' xurt with a chance to have it filed in the circuit court at an early date. The ruse was again taken up yesterday morning, after having been postponed from Thursday and on account of the saloon men not having filed a cost' strators liond attorneys for the remou made a motion that the applications m dismissed. The commissioners fcave notice that the ruling would be made this afternoon and, after con vening, held to their order as to the cost bond and the throe applications, those of .1. F. MeOrath. A. H. Ward anft William T'inher. wtrfi dismissed. A.,,-a f. u ,-oin,m .nr, hold! a conference this afternoon and out- lined their future action. It is the intention to file a bond for appeal and then file their applications in the cir- cult court. There is absolutely no pos- ihintv rf th r.n tino- trirt in this c ounty and a change of venue will be Ksked as soon as the necessary papers are filed. It is expected that more 1han three hundred witnesses will bo called and the expense will be heavy. The saloon men have made affidavit that over three hundred names on the remonstrance are illegal and will in sist that the remonstrators furnish proof of their genuineness. It is ex pected that the appeal from the decis ion of the commissioners will bo made Jn the next few days and then It will be definitely known where the case will be tried. MRS. EWERS DEAD. fixpirts at Home of Son Haute. Torre Milton, Ind., Jan. 14 Mrs. James G. Ewers died suddenly of heart trouble at the home ot her son J. Els worth Ewers at Terre Haute Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ewers had gone to Terre Haute several weeks ago to spend the winter. For some ton, Abner uuua. n. uuna, a. m. time she had been in poor health ow-1 Hoover, Irvin Hoover, Homer Estell. Ing to a complication of diseases. The j Lee Fulghum, Will Morrow, Louis Sie body will be brought to Milton, thejweke, Silas Williamson. Laura Hoover, funeral will be held at 10 a. m. Wed-I Claude Hoover, Stella, Grace and Da nesday at the Ewers home ou West vid Hoover. Lawrence Estell, Nellie Main street. Her husband, two sous, j Morrow, Nellie Hodgin, Wilbern aud Thomas of Mishawaka, J. Elsworlh of I Frank Hodgin, Esther Menk and Pas- Terre Haute, two daughters, Mrs. Roy Alfonte of Chicago and Miss Viola of Mishawaka, are her surviving family. SOCIALIST ACTIVE. Those of Washington Tp. Will Put Out Ticket. Milton, Ind., Jan. 14. The socialists of Washington township met at Kin sey's hall. After an address by Fred- fdek Guy Strickland an organization was affected, James M. Doddridge be- mg elected organizer, jonn ran, N1He MorroWt Mrs. will Morrow. A chairman, Chas. Wolfgang secretary- IlluBical program was given during the treasurer. There were seventeen vo- afternoou by Miss Kich and Miss tors who became members of the lo-: mjnjj ral, a little more than half the total ; ' number of socialists in the township. I D They resolved to put out a full town-! TO THE GRIP hip ticket. A luncheon was served j LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re the visiting socialists who were In at-1 moves the cause. To get the genuine, tendance from Richmond and neigh boring towns. CENTERVILLE IMPROVES. New Scenery and Chairs for Town Hall Purchased. Centerville, Ind., Jan. 14. At an ad journed meeting of the Centerville own council th new stage scenery was Inspected and accepted and the bill for the same was ordered paid. The bill for one hundred and twenty five new opera chairs was also order ed paid. The bond of the town treas urer, C. A. Langley, was reduced to $500. STUDY GLORIA CHRISTI. Missionary Society Outlines Course Officers Elected. Economy. Ind., Jan. 11. The Friends Missionary society held its regular meeting at the friends' church Saturday afternoon. The coming year will be devoted to a study of Gloria Christl, an outline Mudy of missions and social progress. The newly elect id officers are President, Mrs. Hun- Home Mm J-20 Kinetic Energy Kinetic is a good word. It mean "power to make things go." A fat bank account, a rock on the edge of a hill, a barrel of gunpowder, and SCOTT'S EMULSION all contain "kinetic energy," so the professor tells us. Power is stored up in Scott's Emulsion This force let loose in the system of the consumptive gives him the strength to take on new flesh. It is a powerful flesh-producer. All DruccUti j 50c. and $1.00. nicutt; Vice Pres., Mrs. Lmma lliatt; Secretary, Miss Virgie Stanley. ALL NIGHT SERVICES HELD, j Durina This Time. Four Peoole Were Converted. economy, Jan. u mere is a re- vival meeting progressing at Grace Chapel, three miles north of Modoc. Several conversions are reported and there was an all night meeting Sat- "rd;iV nisht. The meeting did not close until 6 o'clock Sunday morning. Four were converted. FIGURES 1NRUNAWAY. Miss Morrow Was Injured and Horse Was Crippled. Chester. Ind., Jan. 14 A horse be i"S driven by Miss Nellie Morrow, be- fame frightened Friday and ran away. The animal traveled three mlles before it was stopped. Miss Morrow was badly sprained about the arins. The horse was crippled. A Cure for Misery. "I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces," says R. M. James, of Louellen, S. C. '"It's called Electric F.itters, and comes in 50 cent bottles. It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time; and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission." This great tonic med icine and blood purifier gives quick re lief in all stomach, liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back. Sold under guarantee at A. G. Luken & Co., drug store. CHESTER, IND. Chester, Ind., Jan. 14. Mrs. Lizzie Acton entertained the Chester S. S. club In honor of Mr. Acton's birthday anniversary. A dainty lunch was served. A musical program was ren dered by Abner Bulla and the younger members of the club. Those present were Messrs. and Mesdames O. I). Ac- sie Williamson. The Happy Home club met at the home of Mrs. John Lamb, northwest of town. The afternoon was spent in needle work. A two course lunch was served by Mrs. Lamb and daughter Kate. Those women present were Mrs. John Lamb. Mrs. Will Rich, Mrs. Joe Starr, Mrs. Frank Rich, Miss Car rie Starr, Mrs. Harry Thompson. Mrs. Wilber Davis. Mrs. Edd Deitmeyer, I Mrs. Charles Deiterueyer, Mrs. Joe ' jor(ian Mrs Brown Mrs. Eadler Miss Katie Lamb, Miss Marjorie Rich, Miss call for full name and look for signa ture of E. W. GROVE. 2Tc. CENTERVILLE, IND. Centerville, Ind., Jan. 14. Mr. Arch ibald Stafford of Indianapolis, is vis iting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Deardorff. W. K. Cheesman. trustee of Center township, will atteud the state associ ation of township trustees to be held at Indianapolis on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Schissler of Richmond were eutcrtained at supper on Sunday by G. T. Linting and fam ily. William Jackson and daughter. Miss Nova, of Nebraska, are visiting rela tives in Wayne county. The Woman's Literary club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Irma Varrott. Responses to roll call were from William Cullen Bryant. Mrs. Ella Dunbar read an able paper enti tled 'Literature iu the Nineteenth Cen tury." Mrs. Nugent read a magazine article which had for its subject, "Wo men's Clubs." After a dainty lunch the meeting adjourned to meet in two weeks, Mrs. Nugent being hostess. You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home, for any form of female trouble, wouldn't you? Well, it can be done. No reason why you should not be able to relieve or cure your suffering, as thousands of other women have done, by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment. Begin by taking Wme off Cardin the well-known female Joe Moorhead, of Archibald, !. T., writes; "My wife had suffered for years from female trouMe, On your advice, I gave her the Cardui Homo Treatment, aad nov she hardly suffers at alL" Sold by druggist!. WRITE US A LETTER EDUCATED WOMEN ARROW MINDED College Women Do Not Mar ry Enthusiastically and Race Suicide Results. SAM'L McCORMICK TALKS. YOUNG MEN ARE TAKEN FROM SCHOOLS AND PLACED TO WORK AS NUMBER OF YOUNG WOMEN DESIRE EDUCATION. Pittsburg, Penn., Jan. U- Dr. Samuel li. McCormiek, Chancellor of the Western University of Pennsylva nia, is not enthusiastic over higher ed ucation for women. He declared in an address before the Pittsburg Princi- pals' Association, at its weekly meeL- ing, that women with modern educa tions gamed in colleges rattier en couraged race suicide. His subject w ..The Irot.l- Attitude of the TeacnersJ JIo declared that the numuer of young women pursuing hit,hcr education is increasing, com- elinf! parents to take young men from 8cnool early and put them to worlt. I "In the next generation it is assert ed the educated women will see that their sons are educated and conditions will equalize themselves, " said the Chancellor. "This theory will not stand, however, as facts have proved that college women do not marry en thusiastically, and seldom raise fam ilies. Then education causes women to become narrow-minded. Too many seek education to gain money and power. Breadth of view and real in dividuality interest in pupils is what teachers should have. They should teach them to use their learning to more than one end." DRUNKENNESS A Curable Disease I Eminent Physicians and Scientific Men Agree That It Should Be Treated As Such. Drunkenness? is a progressive di sease; the moderate drinker is not satisfied with two or three drinks a day, the craving for more and more I becomes irresistible as the disease ad vances; the result is Chronic Alcohol ism. The treatment used successfully by thousands right in their own homes is Orrine. It is a scientific cure for Drunkenness and has given such uni versal satisfaction that it is sold under a positive guarantee to effect a cure or your money will be refunded. This guarantee is given in good faith and is carried out to the letter. Orrine is not a new remedy; it. has been sold by the leading druggists in every city for years. It has lifted tens of thou sands from the depths to worthy man hood and has the hearty endorsement of grateful men and women in every state in the Union. Orrine No. 1 is the secret remedy; Orrine No. 2. is for those willing to take the treatment. Either form costs $1.00. The guarantee is the same in either case. Write to The Orrine Co., Washington, D. C, for free treatise on Drunkenness, mailed in plain sealed envelope. Orrine will bo mailed sealed on receipt of price. Sold by the lead- ing druggists in every town and city, ani m this city by A. u. JuuKeu t to. MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., Jan. 14. Miss Nellie Jones left Monday for Cincinnati. Miss Edna Mann of Richmond was with Milton friends Sunday. Messrs. Slinl-r and Mote of Rich mond were in Milton Sunday. Miss Nora Mann, who spent a week with Mrs. Alice H. Gresh, returned to Richmond Sunday. Miss Irene Price of Richmond, visiting Mrs. Lizzie Kimmel. Mrs. Anna Mills of Straughn, visiting Milton friends. Leroy Kimmel left Monday to is is re- sume his run on the Monon railroad. O. Levern Bragg of Indianapolis, was home over Sunday. Ralph Hoswell has returned to La Rose, III. Alvin Lowry is starting a box ball game iu uie hotel block. Hilda, the six-year-old daughter of Tine and Myrtle Miles Richardson, died Monday morning of pneumonia, which followed whooping cough. Fu neral at Doddridge Chapel Wednes day afternoon. Mrs. E. B. Newman, aged SI, is seri ously ill with grip, her sons Homer E of Orville, Ohio, and Kutledge H. ol Richmond, have been summoned and are at her bedside. Clark Faucet t will leave Thursday for Lafayette to take the winter course in agriculture at Purdue university. tonic For sale at all drug stores. E ;o4y 1w a frm copy of valuable f4-tt fflnstrfcJ Book for Worn. If you an4 Medical 7"' rir ivcriwr-., mrr. ana i Lad Advisory Drpi.. Tha Chattanooga SOLDIERS SHOULD NOT BE FLUNKEYS Old Veterans of Richmond In dorse Editorial of Ohio Paper. ARMY LIFE UNPOPULAR. A GENERAL SERVICE CORPS, THEY THINK, SHOULD BE ES TABLISHED WHICH WOULD MAKE LIFE MORE PLEASANT. G. L. Runnels states to the Palladi um that the ex-soldiers of this city en dorse an editorial which recently ap peared in the Dayton Journal con cerning the trouble the government is experiencing in enlisting men into the army. Ill treatment by commission ed offkers'and the severe work bur dened upon enlisted men are assigned as the causes of discontent. A general service corps for the army which corps would be expected to do all the manual labor, such as road 'building, "flunkying" for officers and other disagreeable tasks is a remedy recommended by the Journal to make army life more popular. The edito rial referred to concludes as follows: "It is now proposed to increase the pay or the soldier. that win not bring better or more material into the regular army. There may be more enlistments, but the standard of the service will not be raised. "Patriotism and not money is what makes an army. Aud the man who handles the guu must be patriotic if the efficiency of the army is to be kept up to what it should be. But the av erage man with the gun fiuds it a diffi cult task to maintain his equilibrium and love the service a-s long as his su perior officers assume that they are made of a better quality of clay. "What the army needs is good old fashioned democracy between man and man. When that comes, men will join the army through patriotism rath er than because of financial stringen cies, as is so often the case at pres ent." ECONOMY, IND . Economy, Ind., Jan. 14 Mrs. Luz zetta Fenimore aiyi children Blanche and Harold, spent Saturday and Sun day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hur lie Lontz of Hagerstown. Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin were in Richmond recently. Mrs. Carrie Jackson ha3 been 111 with neuralgia of the stomach the past few days. L. W. Stamra came from Dayton Friday evening and stayed until Sun day evening with his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vernon who re cently moved on Grant Mendenhall's farm, have a new girl baby. Miss Mabel Hunnicutt returned to Bloomingsport Sunday evening for a week's stay. Mrs. Jennie Scantlan entertained at dinner Sunday Prof. Morris of Earl ham, Miss Mabel Hunnicutt of Bloom husport, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hunni cutt and daughter Myra. Protracted meeting commenced at Sugar Grove, in the United Brethren church Sunday night. Miss Lola Martin returned to Wil liamsburg Sunday morning after visit- . ing relatives here a few days John Jackson of Texas, has been the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Will McGunni gill of Modoc. The Rev. Hannah Stanley will as sist Rev. H. L. Scott in a protracted meeting at Prairieville Christian church in Tipton county. Howard Johnson spent Sunday with Howard Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris, Pearl Gaddis, Rhesa McGunnigill, Jaiiey Jones of Richmond. Vita VanTress. Os car Fox of New Castle and Garnet Van Tress formed a skating party at Lynn Saturday night. Ed Ballenger, who recently moved to Greencastle, was here over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Weyl of Rich mond, spent Sunday here with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Olie Weyl spent Sunday with relatives in Muncie. Rhesa McGunnigill and Garnet Van Tress of Modoc were in Muncie re cently. Miss Bessie Fraiser is visiting Foun tain City relatives. Frank Gardner returned to Rich mond Sunday evening to resume work after a few weeks' vacation. "Squire Fraiser made a business trip to Richmond. AN INSIDIOUS DANGER One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dis ease and before the victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the first sign of troubles as it corrects irreg ularities and prevents Bright's disease and diabetes. tL G. Luken & Co.. my will h wnt in plain sale4 enveiope. Mrdidna Co, Oatfaaoofa. Tenn- L " PRINCE HENRY WILL Kaiser's Brother to Retire From Navy League. Berlin, Jan. 14. An official com munication just issued sets forth that Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of Emperor William, and representative of the Kaiser, as patron of the Navy League lias decided to retire from his position in the event of Major-General Keim continuing as managing director of the league. This decision would appear to be a result of a recent lengthy conference between Emperor William and Prince Ruppreeht of Bavaria, during which the prince explained that his retire ment from the Bavarian branch of the league was due to the fact that Major General Keim had made use of the re sources of the association for political purposes. The attitude taken by the Emperor undoubtedly will result in forcing Major-General Keim to resigu. Special Announcement Regarding the National Pure Food ?nd Drug Law. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, 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. WOMEN PROPOSE? . PASTOR SAYS NO Declares Initiative in Such Af fairs Belongs to Men. Chicago, ill.. Jan. 1 1. Hot denuncia tion of the tradition which gives to wo men the initiative in love affairs on leap year was made by the Rev. Mel bourne P. Boynton in Lexington Ave nue Baptist church. He held that the leap year custom decreases the charm and power of wo man and promotes in young men a feeling for all women kind. "The charm of woman is her purity and her spirituality," he said. Her power over man is in the blessed fact tnat she is above him and makes him look up. Anything that tends to les sen this charm aud power of woman must be carefully considered. "I do not know where the silly leap year joke originated or who is its au thor. To suggest that woman take the initiative in the matter of matri mony is to lower her in the esteem of most men and cause her to lose much of her charm and most of her power for good.'' A CARD This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund money if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, beals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The penuiruj is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co. The Burmese government proposes to sell the lease of the government rub ber plantation at. Mergnl for a period of thirty years with the right of renew al for another twenty years. The area contains about 3), rubber trees. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE J La grippe coughs are dangerous as j they frequently develop into pneu j monia. Foley's Honey and Tar not j or.'y stops the cough but heals and : strengthens the lungs so that no ser ious results need he feared. The gen uine Foley's Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co. HAGERSTOWN, IND. For the strong that they may keep their strength. For the weak that they may regain their strength. For the young that they may grow in strength. Uneeda Biscuit the most nutritious food made from wheat. Clean, crisp and fresh. 0 In moisture and dust proof packages. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Mrs. Michael Conniff and family enter tained the following Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. John Falck and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Campbell of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hirchberger. Mr. and Mrs. Win Keevcr has as their guests Sunday, Mr. aud Mrs. Em ory Hartcr and baby and Mr. and Mrs. It's Poor Ecoioiay To pay for goods that you do not get; but it is just as bad economy to pay more than necessary for what you do get. That is just exactly what you are doing so long as you trade at the stores that do business on a credit basis. NOTICE THESE PRICES : Potatoes, white and mealy, per bushel 80c Onions (fancy red), per bushel 85c Fresh Country Butter, per lb 25c Fresh Gathered Country Eggs, per dozen 25c California Cured Hams, per lb .... 10c Regular Hams (fine) per lb - 12! ic 18 lbs. Granulated, 19 lbs. A, 20 lbs. C Sugar $1.00 Sweet, Sour, Mixed and Mustard Pickles, Stamps with each ten-cent purchase. Model Department Store, 11 S. 7th St. Interurban New Phone 1838. Smith & Goodrich, Props. Substantial and Artistic Dentistry Permanently located In rooms 18 and 19, Colonial Building - Have you Ordered Your Printing Fop 1908? Be prepared and start tbe new year with a lull supply and the right kind of stationery. It you want the best at THE RIGHT PRICE, we can furnish it. Let us furnish samples and submit a bid on your work. Our motto Is: Good work at Right Prices. We will save you money. We print Candidate Cards on short notice. Quaker City Printing Co. Over 17 and 19 North 8th Street. 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 light the nearest to the sun itself. A mantle saves one-third in gas consumption. Richmond Light Heat & Power Co. I! II Florence Nicholson and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bowman and fam ily entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Teetor and family Sunday. Mrs. Lute Dolby of Indianapolis Is vioiting friends here. Mrs. Milt Bur gess and children will accompany h?r home for an indefinite visit. Station. Colonial BIdg. Be!) Phone 47R 3 Phone 4215 Hagerstown, Ind., Jan. 14. Mr. and