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THE IUCII3IOM) PALLA1ML3I AND SI X TE LE(iRA31, TUESDAY, MAIU II X8.
en representative, one man who has! sore lunb When a oold occasions stitches through the rung to the back, and a tightneea up in the Chest, only the curative qualities of I)r. Bull's Cough Syrup can be safely relied upon for o roaipt, eatiBfaetory and thorough cure. rzr A BRIGHT J WHILE OTHERS FIGHT HEWITHDRAWS Littlefield. Noted Congress man. Resigns. WAS INJURED BY EXPLODING SPUDS. Milton, Ind., March 24. Mrs. Caleb Morris, of this place, was burned in an unusual manner a few days ago. She was roasting Irish potatoes and was about to Try whether they were done when two of them exploded. One was thrown out on her arm, where its contents caused a severe burn. The other was thrown the entire length of the room and the skin was emp tied of its contents. gained more than customary recogni tion in th-'1 House, should announce his intention to withdraw and assigns as his reason financial loss. Charles K. l.ittleiieid of the Second Maine Pts tric?. is the man who has gained pe- American Kid 5c CIGAR. It s all in the Blend. These Ciais are In rter than the Kh1 Ask j our dealer. ED. A. FELTMAN. MAKER. 6C9 Mam Street. PARTICULAR STAR WILL WAGE FIGHT cu'iar distinction by his action. The Rolled High Scores in Bowling Games. iv.-ignaun was a great surprise to Governor Cobb ol Maine and t l.ii tit field's eonstii uents. Desires to Be Next Democratic Nominee for President, He Says. It seems rather unusual in view o! the fact that in the Sixth Indiana Dis trict, six men are striving to be chos- a;pnrii or,; jo pc3m pi-'i oqj jo poq nvi ii.Hid Atittrti v, ::;;puu;i in, juq 'iKid-ki iirMJj v si 'VsUviius HAS NO UNDERSTANDING. l'AGE TWO. GOVERNOR DHNSON Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup was recommended to me by a Mrs. Clordon. and fler using two bottles el it, I w as entirely cured f severe pilM la my back and a severe cough, oth caused by a heavy cold on my chest. Mrs. Win. Bayer, 85 E. 4th ht.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Trial Dottle Free. Vhavp,absoiitc.orilidenc in Dr. Bull's Cough Hyrup sunt to cuiivium you that if, will cure, we will Bend H trial bottlw free to all who will writ us and mention this i pnpr. A. ('. Jlycr ft Co.. Baltimore. JM. DON'T BUY A SUBSTITUTE. Dr. Hull's Cough Ryriip gets the strongest Jcind of testimonial becaiim it cures. It far nutclasses the dewler's cheap suhst it utc which Js pushed for a bigger profit Hirnply. Ask for rind get Pr. Bull s Cough Kyrup. Price asc.. I nVDr. Bull's Cough Syrup can be given with kTorfcct safety to the youngest child. It Is ab solutely pure. Ouaranteed under the National 4'ure Food anil Drugs Act: serial No. 226. YOUTHFUL KIBBEYS DEFEATED STARRS Close Score at Coliseum Last Might. In a fast overtime game the Kibboy Juniors defeated the Starr Piano team last evening at. the coliseum by the ncorc of to L'. The game was of the pnsationaI order. CANDIDATES REPORT HEREJEXT WEEK About Twenty of Jessup's Braves Coming. .lust a week from today and the warriors of Manager .lessup's tribe of Itrnves will report, here for spring; practice. Twenly husky youngsters will try out for places on the team. About, the first oi .May the ax will fall on the necks of eight candidates. New York city has Die third largest German population of any city in the world, only Berlin and Hamburg being ahead of it. Only One "BROMO QUININE," that Is Laxative Bromo Quinine Tj a Crt in One TYnvr aC in 9 Tt MET CITY BOWLING LEAGUE. Won. Lost. I'ct. Hunts l'.t 11 Colonials is z y Kntre Nous 17 . 4M Hichmonds 1 -J.-', .::; Scores Monday Night. Richmond Too s:; 71 Imtre Nous 714 7'.") NjS The tail-end Richmond team in the City liowliriK league, took a new lea.se of life Monday evening, winning two out of three games from the En tie Nous team. In the third game the Kntre Nous outfit, braced and swept the cellar champions off their feet. Hoover, for the Entre Nous team, was the bright, particular Mar of the even ing. He got a poor start, but in the Second and third games he rolled re spectively, scores of 1''.'! and 107. Summary : Klcu.MONDS i stf iMt;. :;dG. Crump )7o Johnson 1 to if,:; i o Bric.kcr . . lis lo; i.;.-, Harrold 1'U 1S' I'j;: Roberts 14S i; l.'O Totals 75. S.'"2 71 S ENTKK NOI S. IstC. 'MC.. :WG. Lahrman 1."iH I.V! 17! Had ley l;r. 1 1 TTt Morell 1 i:; 14.". lil Hoover 1 is r.i:; U7 Waldrip 1:s ir,i Totals 71 1 7.C KT.8 HIGH SCHOOL LADS PRACTICEJASE BALL Twenty Candidates for Posi tions on Team. The high school base ball team were out last evening for their first prac tice at the play grounds. There were some twenly candidates out and the prospects for a. good team are excel lent. Captain Allison sent the men through practice in twirling the ball and getting limbered up. Mrs. Charles Porter entertained the members of the. Woman's club. Mon day afternoon. Responses to roll call were from James (!. Holland and an excellent article on "Prayer'' was read by Mrs. Angelina Cushman. "The Relationship of Men to the World." was a splendid and well written paper by Mrs. Lawrence Commons. Miss Martha Peelle recited in a pleasing manner. Mrs. Carl BcrtMh and Mrs. Charles Porter delightfully enter tained the club with music during the social hour. Electric elevators are to he construct ed in New York's tallest structures. - en evtry x. 26c RAG? T NO AGREEMENT BETWEEN HE AND BRYAN PREDICTS HE WILL TAKE MINNESOTA FROM BRYAN FORCES. Chicago. March LM. Governor John A. Johnson of Minnesota last night authorized a formal announcement of his candidacy for the democratic nom ination for the presidency. Writing from St. Paul to the Chicago Record Herald, his private secretary says: "Governor John A. Johnson is a can didate for the presidential nomination of the democratic party. He author izes me to make this statement in his behalf." "He Is something less than an ag gressive candidate in that he is mak ing and will make no organized syste matic effort to secure, the nomination. He. is something more than a receptive candidate, because, in a quiet, and dig nified way he and his friends are look ing after his interests and because the governor and his friends will control the delegation from this state 1o the Denver convention, and Minnesota with substantially unanimous voice will present her candidate, 'the man who can win at the polls.' to the na tional democracy." "Governor John6on authorized this announcement, to bo made because I pointed out. to him that almost every where in the cotintry, great, uncertain ty exists as to his present attitude and J future course. So many rumors and conflicting statements concerning him has been in circulation that, the people do not know what to believe. "It has been said that he not. only would not. be a candidate, but that lie would soon formally forbid the use of his name as a candidate against Mr. Bryan: that he had an understanding with Bryan by which he was not to op pose the Nebraskan. This he denied tonight." KIBBEYS HAVE T Season in City League Ends Tomorrow Night. Tomorrow evening at the Coliseum, two city league games will be played. At. 7:30 the Greeks and Umpires will hook up. At 8:00 the Kibbeys and Beallviews will take the floor. Friday night the championship race comes to an end. The Kibbeys have first place cinched and it looks like the Crescents for second honors. The Beallviews will draw the booby prize. 1 TeflO Yy Sme4hDinis IftleWo HAS GOOD PITCHERS Two of Them Helped Decatur To Victory. The Huutiflgton team will take the field with as classv a pitching staff as there is to be found in the I. O. league. The Huntington twirlers arc Hull. Guhl. Oalden Wynu and Gosh oni. It was principally due to the work of the first two slabtnen that Decatur won the I. O. league pennant last sea son. How's This? f offer fine Hundred Hollars lie ward for any ease of Catarrh that can not be cur"il In' Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHKXKV A- CO., Toledo. O. W'c, the undersigned, have known 1". J. Cheney for the lust IT. years, and helievo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldins:. Kinnun Marvin, Wholesale hniKeisls, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting- 'directly upon the b'ood and mucous surface of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price T5c. per bottle. Hold by all iJrustKists. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights This Week Ever known in this section of the state. Everything must go at Richmond Shoe Company's Closing out Sale. You may find exactly what you want. Ql) The Well Dresser Knows by experience what sort of Clothing bears the Rosen-bloom-Buntin label. Our clothing bears the most exclus ive styles and the newest fabrics, made by such well known Tailors as Clothcraft and Hart, Schaffner & Marx. You will find all the prettiest shades and colorings here. Prices are from $10 to $30 Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co. S24 Main Street nly One OF GEE ATEST SALE MUMIPE Corner Eighth and Main. p p More Week THE T W eft y dh B ft People Say The Sale is Genuine. Come and Sec At Richmond Shoe Co.