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THE RIC1I3IOXD PALLADIUM AXD SUX TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, 3IATICII 21. 1903.- INDICATIONS OF ' TRADE REVIVAL Reports of Railroads Shows That Business Is Increasing. TRAFFIC MOVING BRISKLY. SAID THAT THERE ARE LESS SURPLUS CARS IN THE COUN TRY NOW THAN THERE WERE LAST OCTOBER. Washington, March 21. -livery in dication points l.o an improvement generally in the ;rai!road arid industrial situation of the. country, according to reports made by- the prreur railway sys tems of America, to the Interstate Com merce oommisskin. Tbese reports are to the effect that, while, the railroads fcuffered to some extent by what has come to be referred to as t he "October lanic," the loss was by no means ho serious as f?eiierally has been supiosed. It appears from the rw-ports that, ihe effect was felt particularly by the East ern lines and by the lines in the Southeastern part of the country, a few of which wero embarrassed not only by a falling off of revenues, but by their inability to obtain ready cash with which to carry on improvements which they had begun, while the Western lines and tin transcontinen tal roads have not suite red materially from the financial depivssiou. "There are no figures accessible by which a definite answer to your ques tion, can be given," :idd Commissioner Franklin K. Lane, Fiucific coast mem ber of the commission. "From the figures available to the commission, however, it does not appear that, tak ing the country as a whole, the reve nues of the railroads have fallen off to 1 ho extent that generally is believed. "There can be no question but that within the last three weeks there has been a strong upward tendency in freight revenues. A. greater volume if traffic is moving today than has been moved at any time during the last two and perhaps three months. The figures of the American Hail way association show that there is less sur :plus of cars at this timo than at any period since Oct. :;. "This promises an early return to more normal conditions, and railroad men generally are more optimistic than they have been since the Knick erbocker Trust company closed .its doors." FOUNTAIN CITY, IND. Fountain City, March 21. Xate Hunt and family who live north of this place visited at Arba. Sunday. Horace Throckmartin and wife spent Sunday as guests of Geo. Show kalter and family. V Elmer Hunt and family spent Sun day with Henry Gifforii and wife. Karl Clark made a business trip to Jliehinond, Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Scarce spent. Sunday at Muncie visiting her son. Fred. Mrs. Lee preached at the Friends' church Sunday morning, but on ac . count of the revival meetings at the JWesleyan church there was no even ing service. Hubert and Drew Lacy were Rich mond visitors, Saturday. Lafe Mills spent Sunday at Rich mond. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Aughee and eon, Willis, went. Saturday for a few weeks' visit to New Carlyle, O. ECONOMY, IND. CENTERVILLE, IND, Centerville. lnd., March 24. The funeral services for Walter Kliason, who died on Saturday at Richmond, were held at the Christian church at Centerville on Monday morning. The nermon was preached by the Rev. L. A. Winn. The Hootuer lodge I. O. O. F. of Centerville, had charge. Its Impressive ritual was used. Burial was at Bryan cemetery. Mrs. Henry Green and daughter. Miss Hattie, spent Sunday with Miss Minnie Bales at Richmond. John Scott or Westvllle, Q., former ly a resident of Centerville, was the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scott Mrs. C. T. Fait, of Indianapolis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Sey mour. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson gave a dinner on Sunday for Mrs. Luctnda Hort, Mrs. Abbie Wilson, Miss Bessie Buhl. Miss Esther "Wesler. all of Cen terville, and Dr. Snyder of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McConaha are moving to the McConaha farm near Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kitterman and Bon, Max. of Cambridge City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albertus Horn er, on Sunday. B. M. Peelle has been called to Up land, lnd., on account of the death of his brother. James Peelle, who died m Saturday. G. W. Cornelius spent Sunday at Indianapolis with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bingleton and family. March ' I Chnrley , Richmond Saturday Economy. Ind.. Iluuuicuit was in afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborn of Mun cie, spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives here. Willie Williams made a nip to Rich mond Saturday evening. Ab Frasi-r has returned after a visit of a few days in Muncie. Deck llaxton arrived from Rich mond Saturday night. Mr. Glen Shively of Hunker Hill joined his wife here Saturday night, for a visit with relatives. Mrs;. Shive ly arrived on Thursday. Mrs. Hulda llaxton was the victim of a pleasant surprise Sunday. Site has two sons who reside in Economy and they with their wives and child ren went to the residence to eat. Those present were Mrs. Hulda llax ton, Mr. and Mrs. Deck llaxton and children. Myrtle, Hulda, Hazel and James. Mr. and Mrs. Joe llaxton and children, Gail, Lucinda arid Mary. N. H. Edwards entertained W. C. Conrad of Richmond Saturday after-; noun. Rev. Fred Green street, and Rev. Ar- j chie Maning have returned to DePauw j to enler the spring term of college. j Mrs. Mabel Gwin and daughter are back home after a two weeks visit in Anderson and Muncie. Lon Edwards visited John Replogle Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Osborn spent Sunday in Richmoud. This Home-Made Cough .Syrup Beats Them All. The cures of consumption by open air living in the pine for ests have, been very remarkable, but they are no more surprising than the results obtained in a large number of cases of incip ient, consumption through open air living at home, aided by a simple prescription which any housewife can make in five min utes at slight, expense. In both cases the reason for the results is practically the same. The air of the pine forests is laden with guaiacol and other elements of pine which heal the membranes with remarkable rapidity. The- same elements are found in high proportions in Norway White Pine Extract, of which I'inex is the most valua ble and concentrated form suit able for internal use. To make this prescription, take t h ree-o.ua it ers of a pound of graulated sugar, add water, heat and stir until you have a thick syrup. Put oz. of Pinex in a pint bottle, then till it with the Granulated Sugar Syrup. Take a tcaspoonful every one, two or three hours. Keep well corked and it will never spoil. This proportion will give you a full pint of the syrup enough to last a long time. It usually stops a deep-seated cough in 21 hours. It is also excellent for colds, whooping cough, pains in the chest, bronchial troubles and throat affections. Total cost: Pinex, about fifty cents; Granulated Sugar, about four cents. In making this, however, use the pure Pinex itself, as its purity and strength cannot be found in any of the numerous pine oil or pine tar preparations. All druggists have it, or can easily get it for you if requested. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork. Ind., March LM D. W. Harris and Co.. have rented the room There was a musical at Mrs. Manda' in the I. O. O. F. building for a stor- Lantb's Saturday night. Those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Will Conoroe, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and children, Zella, Ijela and Recce, Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Sawin. Mrs. Lamb, Miss Ida Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson, Mrs. Mabel Gwin and daughter Carrie, Julia and Ruth Jackson. Miss Nola Oler returned to Indiana polis Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Cain of New Castle, spent. Saturday and Sunday with relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin and sons Charles. Clyd and Bennie, attend ed church at Sugar Grove Sunday. Miss Minnie Marshall of Williams burg spent Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maynard and baby, were guests of Orlando Marshall and family Saturday evening. Miss Nola Oler and brother Paul were guests of the Franklins recent ly. Onor Oler was in Greensfork Sun day afternoon. Rev. Stanley preached in the U. B. church here Sunday afternoon. Miss Edith Scantland who has suf fered with rheumatism the past winter is now in the Spiceland sauatarium taking special treatment. DUBLIN, IND. Dublin. Ind., March 24. Park Scan dlan of Connersville, has been visiting Park lamberson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garthwaite of Indianapolis, spent Saturday and Sun day with relatives here. George McConkey has moved his barber shop into the building west of Clarence Reid's blacksmith shop. Misses Salone Ogborn and Lenore Woodworth spent Sunday with Mrs. Maude Ellebarger. Delbert Smith has his new waiting room furnished now. Warren Hull of Connersville, spent Sunday with friends here. Miss Blanche Hatfield spent. Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Isaiah Ellebarger. Mis's Anna Gunsalus of Connersville visited her sister, Mrs. Will Blue, Sun day. Frank Hutson, who has been spend ing the past year in California, has re turned home. George Brown went to Indianapolis Monday. Ray Wynings of Indianapolis has been spending a few davs with Wilev Phellis. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutson have been visiting relatives at Cambridge City. Quite a number attended the mas querade at the rink Saturday. Harry Toles of Greenfield, received the um brella for the best masqued gentleman, his representation being a clown, and Miss Blanche Hatfield masqued as a Swedish girl, was awardedthe choco late set as the best masqued lady. Miss Elsie Cm II entertained Satur day evening in honor of Miss Anna Belle Clifford's sixteenth birthday. Those present were Misses Mabel Vor is, Mary Champe. Rena Couthard. Francis Watson, Lenore Woodworth and Anna Belle Clifford. The even ing was spent in games and music. age room. Mr.andMrs. Calvin Boyd have moved to Cambridge City. Ed Hall and family have moved into the Boyd property. Mrs. Martha Boyd has returned after an absence of several months. She is the guest of her brother, Florence nnd family. Mrs. Mary Young of Indianapolis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Yager. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tarkleson and children, have returned from a few days' visit with relatives in New Cas tle. Harry . Hatfield of Richmoud spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lute Hatfield. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith were guests of Rudy Quickel at Hagers town Saturday. No new cases of mumps are report ed in the Greensfork schools. Mr. and Mrs. George Linting of Cen terville, were guests of John Martin dale and family Sunday. Mrs. Sue Gaylor of Richmond spent Sunday with relatives here. Rev. Bundy and family of Bethel, attended services at the Friends' church Sunday. Mrs. L). D. Doyle lias a severe at tack of grip. Mrs. Stigleman is spending a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Melissa Bond, east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen of Cam bridge City, were in town Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Will Teague of Hagers town spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Melissa Evans has returned to her home in Richmond after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. John Fo land. Miss Nellie Lamb of Cambridge City, spent Sunday at home. Frank Oler of Williamsburg spent Saturday here on business. Saturday night, forty-eight persons who had spent the day and evening in Richmond alighted from the 11:30 o'clock Pennsylvania train, leaving on ly three passengers in the ladies' coach, and as many in the smoker. A number attended the musical re cital at Earlham college in which Miss Flossie Neff took a part. MILTON, IND. Milton, lnd., March 24. -Miss Mella Floyd, of Dublin, visited her auut, Mrs. John Ferguson, this week. Frank Benninger is ill and threat ened with appendicitis. Wilbur Elwell was at Connersville, Friday. Rev. Aaron Napier, of Centerville, will begin a protracted meeting at the Friends' church tonight. Frank Gard has returned to Sioux City, Iowa. 4 Miss Maud Ball is ill with mumps and Miss Rea Wagner is substituting as teacher at her school, east of Mil ton. A large audience was present Sun day evening at M. E. church. "The Healing of the Demoniac" was the sub ject of a good sermon by the pastor. Rev. J. T. Scull. The revival services will continue throughout the week un less otherwise announced. R. B. Lantz spent Sunday in Con nersville. Fred Michaels who suffered a brok en leg, has recovered. Joseph Clevenger was at Bentou ville, Monday. Erma AW Math spent Sunday at her sister's, Mrs. Benton Wissler. F. B. Lantz was at. Anderson Sun day to see his brother-in-law, Thomas G. Morris, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Lantz has been with her brother sev eral days. WILLIAMSBURG. IND. Williamsburg, lnd., March 21. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pitts spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. James Clements. Mr. Geo. Brehm and family from Richmond, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bell. The work of grading the base ball park is under good headway and a game is expected next Sunday if the weather is fit. The basket supper in benefit of the IF YOU ONLY KNEW What a wonderful soothing and heal ing tonic Root Juice is. and how quick ly it removes the cause of indigestion, bloating, belching, heartburn, sick headache, constipation, and rheuma tism, and what wonderful healing qualities it contains for the liver and kidneys, you would go now to Luken's drug store and get some of it and soon stop suffering. Ladies invited to attend new spring display of millinery, beginning Wed nesday and continuing all week, at Kielhorn's millinery store. 2o-''t FOUNTAIN CITY, IND. Fountain City, Ind., March 21. Miss Ethel Bennett and Miss I mo Ikenber ry of Richmond, gave a St. Patrick's party last Saturday evening at Miss Bennett's home northeast of Foun tain City. The rooms were decorated in green and white. The evening was spent in music and games. A dainty two course luncheon was served. Those present were the Misses Ethel and El ma Alexander, Zella Colvin, Mary Davis. Myrtle Wooters. Grace Bren nan, Inez Swain. Bernice Anderson, Marie Pegg. Ruth Reece, Naomi Dwiggins and Pauline Conner. Messrs. STRAUGHN, IND. Straughn, Ind., March 24. There is one case of measles in town. There are two more weeks of school for Dublin children. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walters enter tained his mother, Mrs. Betsy Walters. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Huffman and sons last Sunday. The literary society of Straughn gave an entertainment in the hall at Bentonville Saturday night to a good sized audience. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rice and daugh ter of Richmond, visited home folks here Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. Cooper has bought Dr. Thurs ton's property and moved in the same last week. Rev. Walters, pastor of the M. E. church, filled his last appointment for this conference year Sunday night. Allie Moore of Lewisville, visited his aunt, Mrs. Samuel Watson, Sunday af ternoon. Will McKee will move in the near future to the house vacated by Albert Hammer. Mr. Hammer moved to his father's farm west of New Lisbon. MILLVILLE. IND. Millville, Ind., March LM. Mr. James Welker is able to be out. Mr. James Labayteaux and John Wood, transacted business at Losant ville recently. Mr. Bert Daniels was in Hagerstown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Alexander of New Castle and Mr. and Mrs. Stokes Weaver took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Batchfield. Mrs. Grace Wood has been visiting at Mt. Summit. Mr. Seeley Hayes and family spent Sunday with Lew Hayes near Hagers town. Stokes Weaver, the base ball player, w ill start for Cedar Rapids. Iowa. April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Daniels and daughter Beatrice and Miss Maggie Graves spent Sunday with Mark Batchfield and family. Mrs. Mattie Wilkinson and daughter Angeline. called on Mrs. Angie Dan- w lbs 1B Fir Would Be Cheap. ..THE HOOSDEC3 TC3E.. has many just as good bargains to offer this week in our Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Lace Curtains, Lin oleums, Mattings and Carpets. In Our Clothing Department For This Week You can have a Fine Knee Pant Suit, worth S.'i.OO, at $2.98 Boys' $;i.r.O Knee Pant Suits at $2.50 Boys' $:;.00 Knee Pant Suits at $1.98 Boys' $f.00 Knee Pant Suits at $3.50 Boys' $1.00 Knee Pants at 75c Boys' 7."ic Knee Pants at 50c Men's $1.50 Work Pants at 98c Men's $2.00 Work Pants at $1.48 Men's $3.00 Work Pants at $1.93 Many Good Things in the Shoe Department. Boys' Patent Leather Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, worth $1.50, at $1.38 Boys' Yici Kid Shoes, worth $1.7."), at $1.38 Boys' $2.00 Patent Leather Shoes, siz es 12 to 2. worth $2.00, at $1.50 Boys' Sl.riO Satin Calf Shoes at . .$1.25 Bring the little girls to our Shoe De partment next week and we will sur prise you. Granite Carpets, worth r..V, all new spring patterns, at 25c I'nion Carpets, choice pattern!", worth r.Oe. at 38c C. C. Wool Carpets, worth fi5c. extra value at 50c Stair Carpet at .15c, 20c and 25c Mattings, China, good assortment of patterns at 15c Extra heavy and hest quality China Matting, worth i'ic, at 25c Jap Matting, new patterns, at.... 20c Jap Matting, carpet patterns, worth :!;c, at 25c Linoleums at 40c lice Curtains, extra value, worth $1.2.-.. at 98c Lace Curtains, fine and extra wide, worth $2.:.0, special at $1.98 Rugs from 98c to $22.00 All new spring patterns. Carpet Sweepers $1.98, $2.50 and $3.00 Window Shades, all colors. Curtain Poles, oak and white, com plete, at 10c 1U1 UU 0 I UnoX COR. SIXTH AND MAIN. SEE OUR SPRING LINE Of GO-CARTS at HASSENBUSCH'S Moore & Ogborn Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on your Bond. Will Insure you against Burglary, Theft and Larceny. Room 16, I. O. O. F. Bidg.. Phones, Home 1CS9. Bell 53 It. C. W. MORGAN THE GROCER (Successor to Harry J. Doan) 12th and Main Streets. Automatic Phone i:56; Bell 229. Phone Us Your Order. LOAN9, RENTS INSURANGE.REAL ESTATE: LOAN9, RENTS f t W. H. Bradbury & Son Rooms 1 and 3, West cot t Blk f i v 0i ' d Don't Be Depressed when your bread iBn't up to your ei pectations on baking day. I'p-to-datV women in Richmond are not worried with baking bread when they can get such delicious white and nutritious bread from Zwissler's bakery, as ell as rich, ornamental and fancy cakes, etc. Zwissler's 908 Main St. BAKERY and RESTAURANT Phone IMS. Fresh Garden Seeds Just Received. We now have a complete assort ment and advise our friends to supply themselves while they can get all th varieties they will need. These ari Rice's Northern Grown Seeds. Sweet peas and Nasturtiums in bulk. Geo. Brehm Co. Automatic Phone 1747 Open evenlnas. 517 Main S Chester Anderson. Tracy Clark. Harry j iels Saturday. Clark. Duford Wooley, Raymond Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley spent base ball team was well attended and I Swain. Karl Thomas and Fred Han-1 Sunday with Oscar Wood and family. ?''4 was clcrcd for the purchase of j non. suits. The team decided on gray suits ; Mr. George B. Harris and son Eu trlmmed in black. ! gene, and Mr. Frank Thomas have j gone to Indianapolis to attend the Representatives Payne. Dalzell and j lemoeratic state convention. Tawney never appear in the house without a red carnation in their buttonhole. Mark Twain in his earned STOo.OOO. lifetime has It Is a curious coincidence that Can ada's greatest railroad man. Sir Will iam Van Home, is a native of the United States and that the greatest railroad builder of the United States. James J. Hill, is a native of the dominion. Your Passing Shadow J-24 Women's troubles throw a cloud over their lives, which neglect may cause to become permanent Make yours into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs, the dis order of which has caused your womanly troubles. The right remedy for you, when ycu havo headache, backache, nervous spells, dragging pains, Irregular functions etc.. Is Win off Gardui Mrs. R. H. Lawson, of Sprott, Ala,, writes: I suffered with female troubles for 12" years; tried 4 doctors; they did no good, so I took Wlna of Cardui. I have taken 1 8 bottles.'f eel greatly relieved and am better than in 20 years." Sold by all reliable druggists. In $1.00 bottles. Try IL liDITP If A I PTTPD '! tUy for frw copy of v.tMle ilotTd Book fw Worom. If yoa om4 MedkaJ II III 11 UtJ t LiImI 1 LiI dcnbe our symptoms. s-,ine age. ar.d rerlv wilt tc sent 5t vtaia! (MKd envctop. AAirrsi: Udws Advisory Dtot, Tb Chatianoor Mrin Co.. ChanaaoafaTTm. APPLES! APPLES! APPLES! 90c PER BUSHEL. Sound. Medium Size Stock. HADLEY BROS. Phone 2292. The Kiblinger Motor Buggy $375.00 and upwards. A practical, successful, economical, automobile at a small cost. Double cylinder, air cooled, 10-12 H. P. Solid i rubber tires. Will run through leep mud or sand, and will climb steep hills. Write for our Agency Terms. W. H. KIBLINGER CO., Box N. 320. Auburn, Ind. There i no medicine o afe aad at the same time o pleasant to take as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the positive care for all diseases arisicf trom stomach trouble. The price is very reaa- THE RAYS OF HAPPINESS in a home at night arc 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. LLfiaaiiis-Sto o4 H.