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TlfE RICII3IOND PALLADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, TflTKSDAV, MARCH 26. 1903. Don't IVoar A Truss Brookt' Appltenc. U B.w tclsottfle dlcoTery with automttlc air enii tool tbftt drtwi the broke parti together and bind, them ae 70a would a bro ken limb. It absolutely hold, firmly and comfort ably and nerer sllpe; alwaji light aod cool and ' con forme to every move ment of tbe bodf without chafing or hartiof. I make Ittorourmeaeore and aend It to you on a atrlct guar antee of eatlifaetloa or money refunded and I hare put my price ao low that anybody, rich or poor, can bay It. Bemember, I make It to your order eend it to you you wear It and if It doetn't aattif y you, you end it back to me and 1 will refund your money, Tbe banke or any reiponalble cltlzeo In Marshall will tell you that I tbe way I do bualneaa always abiu lutely on the square and I bate fold to thousand of people this way for the past fire years. Remember. Z nse no salves, no harness, no lies, no fakes I Just give you a straight business deal at a reasonable price. C. E. BROOKS. 1701 Brooks Bids-. Marshall, Mich- ECONOMY, IND. Economy, Ind., March 26. Jack 6tudy of Centervllle was here Mon day. Thomas Plainer and daughter, Bes sie were in Fountain City. A party visited the Albert Charnness Bugar camp Monday night. Those present were Mr. and Mia. Lester $ViIIiams. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shively, fctufus Williams, Perry Shively, Mr. Bnd Mrs. A. N. Chainness and children, Vaugh and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hiatt. M. C Lamb John Ileplogle and Joe lamb were ljou Kdwards' visitors .Monday. Charley Atkinson was in Muncie Monday night, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morrison ivsit ed Mr. and Mrs. Rob Morrison of near Carlos City Tuesday. Charley Kraiser ia snending a few 3ays in Muncie this week. Mr. I'nd'.Mrs. Franklin Oler, enter tained the following at their home, .southeast of Economy: Messrs and Mesdamea Ol Gaylor. Bucher McMul len. Dr. J. D. Kerr, Franklin, Mrs. Liz ie Gaylor, Raymond McMullen, How ard Gaylor, George Mosey, Ida Gaylor, James Olor, Master Eugene and Gor den Gaylor, Clyd McMullen, Gerald JVeyl and Mrs. Earn Weyl. Joe Williams of Muncie was here Tuesday. Charley Hunnicutt was in Williams burg Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shtvely returned to Bunker Hill Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Scantland was in Wil liamsburg Tuesday. Perry Shively returned to Peru Tuesday after a few days visit with friends here. Good For Everybody. Mr. Norman R. Coulter, a prominent architect, in the Delbert Building, San Francisco, says: "I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It is good for ev erybody. It corrects btomach,, liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the aystem." Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a drug gist's counter; as a blood purifier it is unequaled. 50c. at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store. CAMPBELLSTOWN, OHIO. Campbellstown. O.. March 26. Prof. Coblintz is on the sick list. Mrs. Wilson of Cambridge is here visiting her daughter Mrs. Jas. Shu mate and family. Misses Bessie and Imo Cooper and Messrs. Wm. Markey and George Rust of this place, Howard Hart and wife of Richmond, witnessed the wedding of Charles Cooper and Daisy House erf Eaton at the Christian parsonage at Eaton. Rev. Smith, officiated. MIbb Ethel Davis of Eaton visited here with relatives. Ed Campbell and wife of Eaton spent Sunday with Charles Scarce and family. There will be services at the North church next Sunday morning and ev ening, by a minister from New Paris Mrs. Mantie Kelly of Richmond, "visited with Harve McWhinney and family. Mrs. Frank Miller and Mrs. Emora Bwjsher of this place and Mrs. V. W, McCabe of Eaton, were in Dayton Wednesday. Mrs. Jas. Jackson and children, Guy end Thelma of New Paris spent Sun day with her parents, J. M. Cooper una family. Miss Francis Hill of Richmond visit ed here with Mrs. Amy Arrismith. Byron, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Soblintz who died Saturday af ternoon, was buried Monday morning at New Paris, O. Wm. Paddock is in Oklahoma this Week. FOR SAFE KEEPING. A twelve years old boy, who said he was the son of George Graham, of this city, was taken off the front End of a Panhandle freight train at Ham llton yesterday. The lad is now be ing held for safe keeping by the Ham ilton police. WHAT IS POWER Nature supplies force. Wind turns the wind-mill. The brook turns the water-wheel. Coal runs the engine and food runs the man. Some things contain little force some things much. One substance full of power is SCOTT'S EMULSION Nature put the power there. It b a wonderful flesh-producer. This is not only a matter of nourishment but of new vigor anil activity in the tissues. All Dnwfctet 80c mod f 1.00. WOMAN DROPPED THE GO-DEVIL Gusher of Richmond Company Near Hagerstown Has Been Drilled. BIG FIELD IS EXPECTED. THOUGHT THAT OTHER WELLS WILL PROVE SUCCESSFUL AND FARMERS ARE HAPPY THINK ING THEY WILL GET PART OF THE GAS. Representatives of the Richmond Natural Gas company are congratulat ing themselves over what promises to be an important new gas field just added to their large territory. An ex perimental well, put down in new ter ritory has been completed. The well is located on the farm owned by Moses Heiney, near the Valley rail road, two miles south of Hagerstown. The drill was sent into the gas-bear ing rock nearly eighty feet, with ; rery small quantity of gas showing. A heavy charge of nitroglycerin was fir ed in the hole, with the result that the flow of gas is greater than an previous well has shown in this lim ited territory. The flame burns u; twelve or fifteen feet and escapes with a roar like that of the old-time gas wells. Farmers Jubilant. Neighboring farmers are jubilant for it means free gas in abundant for them, and Hagerstown resident: are hopeful that the town may benel'i from the discovery. The Richmow. company has leased a large sectioi of land in the vicinity and drilling new wells will be actively continued The second well is already under wu: in a swamp a few rods north of the first well. The "go-devil", which fired the charge of explosive in the well, was dropped by Mrs. Maud Elvoid. This task is usually given a woman and much superstition attaches to this part of the work. It is said if a wo man is "lucky" the well will be l gusher. Mrs. Elvoid performed sol emn ceremonies over the instrument before she dropped it and now believ ers say it was her incantation that caused the dry hole to turn out to bt a producer. The new well is dry as v bone and the flow of gas is without water. There is no trace of oil. Foley's Orino Laxative is sold un der a positive guarantee to cure con stipation, sick headache, stomacl trouble, or any form of indigestion If it fails, the manufacturers refunc your money. What more can any out do. A. G. Luken & Co. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., March 26 Miss Mildred Doney was in Conners ville Tuesday. The Tonneau club will meet wit! Mrs. O. F. White, on Friday afternoon Mr. Abiram Boyd was in Indianapo lis on Wednesday. Father Kern of Indianapolis, was th guest of Father Coulter, Tuesday. Laurence Bertsch, of this city anr William Smith, of Dublin are at In dianapolis, as delegates to the demo cratic state convention. Mrs. Walter Boden is quite eick wit" the grip. Mrs. Elias Hastings was the sue.; of Mrs. Emma Frazee, of Milton Wed nesday. Mrs. Anna Davis has returned to hei home in Dayton, after a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Shilli to. Next Sunday will close the work o1 the conference year, in the M. E. church in this city. The pastor. Rev. T. M. Walter has made a special re quest of all members of the different societies of the church, to be present at the morning hour, as he intends making the service a departmental one. Subject of the morning dis course "An Old Sermon," and of the evening, "John Mitchell and His Work." Mr. and Mrs. David Hartman en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Harmel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Storch at an elegant dinner. Mrs. Carl Boyd and Mrs. George Babeock visited in Centerville, Wed nesday afternoon. Miss Edith Doney and Russell Worl, our Earlham students, are at home for their spring vacation. Miss Don ey completes the course this year. Mrs. Fred Storch visited Miss Anna McDermott, at East Haven, on Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Habbeman is making a short visit to her mother, and other friends in Dayton, O. Father Coulter, of the Saint Eliza beth's church went to Laurel, on Wed nesday, where he was called to con- dust a funeral service. Miss May Shipman is at home af ter a two weeks visit in Toledo. Lowell Wilson went to Terre Haute Wednesday afternoon, to engage in business. BILL OF EXCEPTIONS. John L. Rupe, attorney for the de- fendants in the case of Peoples Loan ani lTust company, of Winchester, vs. Edwin M. Campfield and the First Na tional Bank has filed a bill of excep tions to the order of the court in an pointing a receiver for Campfield. The claim is advanced that the defendants were not notified of the probability of sucn action being taken: were not giv en opportunity to present a defense and the complaint of the plaintiff was withdrawn and not returned to the flies until by an order of court. The request is made to set aside the court order. Try This For a Severe Cough. Take three-quarters of a pound of Granulated Sugar, add water, heat and stir until you have a thick syrup. Put 2 oz. of Pinex in a pint bottle and fill it up with the Granulated Sugar Syrup. Shake well and take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours? The prompt results from this simple, home-made remedy will surprise you. It has been known to conquer a deep-seated cough in 24 hours. It is also an ex cellent thing for whooping cough, soreness of the lungs, bronchial troubles and other throat affections. The proportion above sug gested is enough to last a fam ily a long time. It is equally effective for young or old, and has a very pleasant taste. Well corked, it never spoils. It takes less than five minutes to pre f pare, and is very inexpensive. i The '2.Vz oz. ofPinex should coet j on about fifty cents, and the : Granulated Suguar about four cents. Pinex. as you probably know, $is the most concentrated form of Norway White Pine Extract, f It is rich, in guaiacol and other elements that make the oxone Lot the pine forests so effective 'in curingithroat and lung diseas es. & There. are many pine tar and T pine oil preparations, but none ' of these are to be compared with the pure Pinex itself. All druggists have it or can get it for you without trouble if requested. 3RYAN S SUCCESSOR TO BE JAM ED SOON Several Candidates for Sena tor's Old Position. Tallahassee, Fla., March 2. Gover- aorBroward is away from the city and he question of appointing a successor io Senator Bryan will not be considered until he returns. The question of a successor has aroused considerable discussion md Governor Broward himself may de :lare himself a candidate. Other can iidates are James E. Crane, a state senator; G. A. Carson, brother-in-law of Senator Bryan, and former Governor vV. S. Jennings. The selection may be itate Senator Thomas West of Santa ;tosa. PURCHASES PROPERTY. fcwill Watt, of Preble county, has purchased the Philip Schneider prop arty on South Eleventh street. It will e occupied by Mr. Watt's son-in-law, Will Watson and family. The consid eration was $3,800. Colonist Low To Montana, Idaho, California and North Pacific Coast. Consult any Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent or write to W. W. Richardson, Assistant Gen eral Passenger A gent, Indianapolis. Fares Besides the Coupon, we will allow you one vote for the most popular little lady with each ten cent purchase. CONDITIONS Remember with every 10c purchase ONE VOTE. CUT OUT THIS COUPON BRING TO OUR STORE. CAIIPAM F0R D0LLY FAVORITE to be given away absolutely FREE, Sat w w W m w IM urday, April 4, by the Peter Johnson Co. This coupon prop erly filled out and sent to our store is good for one vote for Name. Address. Now girls, get to work for this handsome prize. Get your friends, neighbors and schoolmates to help you gather coupons, and be sure to bring them to our store before 5:30 p. m. next Friday and get your name in the list of contestants next Sunday. Also remember with every 10c purchase you get one vote. Thus if your purchase amounts to $7.50, you get "3 votes, etc. Be sure an 1 make your purchase here this week. Note the specials all week. The Peter Johnson. TANiENESS MARKED SPECIAL MESSAGE Congressmen Used to Sensa tions Were Disappointed Yesterday. DEMOCRATS APPLAUDED. WHEN ANY PARTICULAR CLAUSE STRUCK THEIR FANCY, THEY MADE THEIR SENTIMENT.. KNOWN MEASURE TO SOAK. Washington, March 26. Th Presi dent's special message yesterday was received by the Republicans In a pas sive way. Its contents were generally known before they were read to the two houses. Accustomed to receiving communications of a somewhat start ling character from the White House, Congressmen were rather disappointed over the conservative tone of the docu ment. In the House the declaration that the time had come for a revision of the tariff elicited some hand-clapping on the part of Democratic members. The Republicans waited and confined the applause to the message as a whole. In the Senate the message was received without comment of any kind. Now that the Republican leaders know officially what the President wants they will attempt to reach a de cision as to just what shall be done. Already there is substantial agreement that the Aldrich bill, in amended form, shall be passed: that an employers' lia bility law shall be enacted, and that some provision shall be made for a tariff inquiry preliminary to a general revision by the next Congress. Will Be Allowed to "Soak." The general talk about Congress in dicated that the proposed amendments to the Sherman anti-trust law will not be passed at this session; they will be allowed to "soak" until the short ses sion, which begins next December. Public men are disposed to regard the President's recommendations touching the tariff as of large significance. For the first time he commits himself through a message to Congress in fa vor of tariff revision; he would have the duty taken off wool pulp at this session, but as the ways and means committee is determined that the tariff Ehall not b touched at this time there is small hope of the recommendation being carried out. After having heard tlie message in fluential Senators and Representatives said that a legislative program would no doubt be finally agreed upon within a few day. It will be bo shaped, they said, as to provide for adjournment be fore the first of June. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown, Ind., March 28. Mrs. John Teetor and Mrs. Chas. Teetor, were at New Castle, Wednesday. County Assessor Marine, spent a part of Wednesday with Assessor Chas. Petro and Deputy M. T. Fox. He also made a trip to Dalton and Econo my. The Presbyterian Aid socity will meet on Friday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Roller. The Christian Aid society will meet with Mrs. Pleas Davis at her home on Main street next Tuesday afternoon. Cort Wimmer of Indianapolis has been visiting friends here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lille y, twin baby girls. Mrs. Lilley was for merly Miss Elizabeth Pollard. The Young Ladies auxiliary of the M. E. church met with Miss Florence Bell Tuesday afternoon. There was a good attendance and a very interest ing and instructive program was ren dered. A tempting lunch was served. Good Until April 3rd, 1908 CENTERVILLE. IND. Centerville, Ind., March 26. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Clawson assisted by Mrs. Cushman and Mrs. De Yarnian. gave a turkey dinner to a number of their friends. The guests were: Mrs. Martha L. Peelle, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nugent, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Porter, of Centerville and Mrs. Charles Clawson of Richmond. Mrs. Jacob A. Gates has returned from a two weeks' visit to Mrs. Nora Morton of Dayton, O.. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stevens and daughter Laurabel, were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Stevens at Richmond. Miss Kate Hoar of Indianapolis is visiting her mother, Mrs, Margaret Hoar. . Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crull of East Germantown entertained at supper on Monday. Those present were Mrs. Laura Patterson of Kingfisher, Okla homa, and Mrs. Dora Brumfield. and Miss Lois Brumfield. of Centerville. Thomas Gunckel and Jesse Byrd of Greensfork were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Harvey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seifert and daughter, Freda, of Richmond, were entertained the early part of the week by Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Deardoff. Mrs. Aaron Napier will be the host ess this afternoon for the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of. the Friends' church. MrLand Mrs. G. T. Linting and fam ily were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Martindale at Greensfork. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork, Ind., March 26. Mrs. Frank Underhill spent Tuesday with relatives in Hagerstown. Mrs. Frank Boyd stepped on a nail running it through her foot. Ollie Nicholson of Indianapolis, is spending a few days with relatives here. Albert Keinzle is confined to the house with a severe attack of rheu matism. Lowell Boyd, who was quite sick is able to be out again. Al Nicholson has taken his place at the elevator for a few days. Mrs. Alva Cook and Mrs. James Ridge, spent Wednesday in Hagers town with relatives. Prof. W. D. Cook is attending the democratic state convention in India- Special ALL THIS WEEK Gas Mantels 10 CENTS EACH Or Three for only VVItb eacb purchase of one of these gas mantels entitles tbe holder to ONE VOTE for some little girl. If you purchase 3 for 25c, three votes. OIF THE CONTEST Co., Main napolis this week. His daughter is teaching here while he is absent. Mr. and Mrs.' Glen Bavender are the parents of a baby girl. Mrs. Boyd Bond and son were guests of relatives in Richmond Tuesday. Miss May Iamb, has resumed her duties as teacher after having an at tack of the mumps. John Foland spent Tuesday with relatives in Richmond. Miss Lucile Jones and Shannon Neff who are attending Earlham, are spending the week at home. Henry Bowman's son, west of town, is recovering from an attack of mumps. Ten women attended the Aid soci ety meeting at Mrs. Ed. Martindale's Tuesday. Dr. Kerr has completed his auto inn, adjoining his office. There are 32 widows living in town. SHOE For Men Here is a shoe that act ually justifies the claim "better than others. Every lining;, thread, welt and box in a "Bostonian" passes under the exacting scrutiny of an eye satis fied with nothing less than perfection. Hence, "Bostonian" Shoes are as well built inside as they are outside and that's telling: the whole story of an unusually good shoe. "Bostonians' don't tire your feet. and, besides, they carry that air of elegance and good form that every shoe wearer aims lot.j CUNNINGHAM & LAHRMAN Special All Week: Hot Plate CUT OUT m COUPONS Appearing in THIS PAPER Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday of each week. Read This For Particulars. This Great Coupon Clipping and Voting Contest Started Monday, March 9th, and all little girls under twelve years of age are eligible to enter no matter where you live. THE THING TO DO ig, cut out th coupon appearing in thia advertisement, gather all you can from your friends and neighbors, get them to send or bring them to our store, with your name and address on them or bring them in yourself. They will count Just the same either way. But be sure and have your name and address written on them if you want them counted. St., Richmond, End. . W ABINGTON, IND. Abington, Ind., March 26. Miss Lo la B. Oler visited with Miss Mamie Fender. Mrs. George Crowe and family en tertained the following persons at din ner and taffy pulling: Mr. and Mrs. Blose, Misses Stella and Marie Col vin, Mr. Donald and Mr. Lawrence Berchum. Services were conducted in the Christian church, both morning and evening by Rev. Leslie Bond of Earl iiam college. Mrs. Rose Kinder and Mrs. Carrio Wood visited the school Tuesday. Mrs. Emmett Dye. Mrs. John Wood and Mrs. Butler Rhodenberg visited here Monday. American automobiles sold in 1007 brought flOTM .' SSE As a special Inducement this week we will place on sale one-burner hot plates for only 65c. This will entitle the pur chaser to 7 votes for the Dolly Favorite. Other hot plates $1.50 to $4.00.