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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AXD SUX-TELEGRA3I, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1908.
PAGE EIGHT. MEET AT MILTON CAMBRIDGE WOMAN T iL Of JOHN CHANGED HIS PLEA After Saying He Was Guilty, Osborn Withdrew the Statement. IS BADLY BURNED ELLABARGER TOMORROW Services to Be Held at the Late Home. Big Christian Church Conven tion There April 27 And 28. Will Succeed Admiral Evans as Commander of the At lantic Fleet. Gas Explosion Terrific in Force. Is Digestion Labor to Your , Stomach? HOMAS COMMAND FUNERA MANY MEMBERS IN DISTRICT Tho Sixth district conversion Ihc spring of 1J', of the missionary j oeieties, Sunday schools and Chris- : tian Woman's boards of missions of the churcli t Christ, will he neiu at. the Christian church in Milton, April 87 and 2S. The district, represents fifty-five churches with a total of ftbout 17,000 disciples. The territory embraces Hlackford, Jay, Randolph, lielaware, Henry and Wayne counties. The officers of the district are as follows: President, L. C. Howe, New Castle; vice president, H. F. Aspy; secretary, Horace G. Murphy, Mun de; C. E. superintendent, F. C. Mc Cormick; chorister, W. Hallen; cen tennial secretary. S. W. Traum, Rich mond and C. W. B. M., Mrs. J. A. Walls. Rev. Howe's address as president will be delivered at the morning ses elon of the second day. Several local people are arranging to attend. Cambridge Ci'y, Ind.. April 24. Mrs. J. R. Mauk wao badly burned while attempting to light the fire in for j 'he range. Thinking the gas had been entirely turned off, she struck a match, which caused the gas that, had accumulated in a defective burner tf, explode, blowing off the entire- top of the stove. Mrs. Mauk's right hand and arm were badly burned, and her hair and eyebrows were singed. The injuries, while very painful, are not thought to be serious. ANNOUNCE OTHER CHANGES The MILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., April 24. Miss Cora Mundelle is at Hagerstown with rela tives. Mrs. Joseph Ij. Manlove was hostess to the Cary club Thursday. Rea Wagner is attending Earlham jjcollege. Miss Minnie Marshall, of Economy (has been engaged to teach in the Mil-iton-echools made vacant by Miss Evan geline St. Clair, who declined reap pointment for next year. AJ1 the Milton high school pupils passed their final examinations credit ably. Miss Cora Brown is attending Grand Chapter. Eastern Star, at Indianapolis. Miss Effie and Stella Huhbell are vis iting relatives at Cadiz, i Presiding Elder Rawls will preach at Doddridge Sunday morning and in the evening will preach at Milton M. IB. church, following with a commu- jrlon; service. Quarterly conference I will bo held Monday morning. Itev. F. A. Scott will preach morning and evening Sunday, April 'Ji at the Christian chunli. CENTERVILLE. IND. Ccnterville, Ind., April 24. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Means entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Keys, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keys and daughter Margaret, all of Knightstown. Mrs. Frances Trumbull De Noe, who is having a week's vacation from the Ftage, spent Thursday with Mrs. J. A. Dunbar. Mrs. 13. L. Culbertson attended com mencement exercises at Williamsburg Wednesday. She wa3 accompanied liome by her nephew, Robert Duke, who will make a short visit to relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Commons have as their house guest, Miss Lulie Ham 1 mond of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb J. Harvey enter tained at dinner recently, Mr. and Mrs Albertus Horner and daughter. Miss fc'earl, Mrs. Walter King and children Kermit and Katherine. Mrs. iuiia Dunbar entertained with a eard party on Wednesday afternoon in Jionor of Mrs. Floyd Brown of Lead Foutta. Dakota, Mrs. Burl Ruddell of Chicago, Mrs. Ella Thomas and daughter. Miss Elizabeth, of Baltimore 'aid. Elegant refreshments followed j.the games. The New York, New Haven & Hart (ford railroad company is now operat ling forty-two electric locomotives and it is stated that there Is not the least f tfissatisfaetion with the results. 'The Kiblinger Motor Buggy $375.00 and upwards. TIME IS THE TEST Testimony of Richmond Stands the Test. People The test or time is what tells the tale. The public soon finds out when misrepresentations are made, and mer it alone will stand the test of time. Richmond people appreciate merit. and many months ago local citizens publicly endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills; they do so still. Would a citi zen make the statement which fol lows unless convinced that the article was just as represented? A cure that lasts is the kind that every sufferer from kidney ills is looking for. Mrs. Edgar S. Mote, of 17 North Six teenth street, Richmond, Ind., says: 'Some years ago my husband was hav ing some trouble with his back. There was a dull aching pain that bothered him most of the time. Ho was told about Doan's Kidney Pills and got a supply at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store. After taking it he never again mentioned backache to nie. He be lieved that Doan's Kidney Pills are a great remedy and has told several people of the benefit he got through using them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. W a.-hington. April 5. Orders have lteen issued at, the navy department detaching Rear Admiral Charles M. Thomas from duty as commander of ihe second squadron on board the battle ship Minnesota and assigning him to duty in command of the I'nited States Atlantic fleet, on beard tlie Connecticut. This change is to take effect on May '., when Rar Admiral Evans is relieved. Rear Admiral V. II. Emory is dis charged from duty in command of the second division, first squadron and will command the fourth division, sec ond squadron. Rear Admiral Charles S. Sperry is relieved from command of the fourth division, second squad ron and will command the second squadron. Capt. Seaton Schroder is detached from command of the battle ship Virginia to command the second division, first squadron. Capt. Alexander Sharp is relieved from duty at the Washington navy yard and will take command of the battle ship Virginia. Dublin. Ind., April 24. The funeral of John Ellabarger will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at his hue home. The burial will be at Locust Grove cemetery. The decease.-! was ill bur a few days. Mr. Ellabarger retir ed in usual health Monday night. The r.evr morr.ins: his wife endeavored to awaken him but en'1.' not succe She observed finally t tat he was tm- conscimi'-. A physician TRIAL IS ON SATURDAY. Kokomo, Ind., April 24. Worley Os born, charged with the killing of iry McClain Miller, entered a pU-a of yesterday afternoon to murder second degree before Judge J. F. 1- a i guilty in the was summon ed but be wps unable to do anything as paralysis had resulted. The de ceased was over eighty years old and had resided for almost his entire life in this vicinity. He is survived by the widow and six children: Daniel, of Richmond; Horace of Mt. Aub'irn: Crist and Alfred of Anderson; Isaiah of Dublin and Mrs. Emma Wimmer, of Anderson. ECONOMY, IND. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. WHITEWATER, IND. A practical, successful, economical, automobile at a small cost. Double cylinder, air cooled, 10-12 H. P. Solid rubber tires. Will run through deep , mud or sand, and will climb steep hills. Write for our Agency Terms. W. H. KIBLINGER CO., Box N. 320. Auburn, Ind. fIRST EXCURSION Of THE SEASON -to- Cincinnati, Ohio, VIA TheC.C. &L. R.R. ROUND TRIP Sunday, April 26 Trains leave Richmond 5:15 a. m. Returning, leave Cincin nati. O..9:00 p. m. BASE BAIL-Reds vs St. Louis. Sec the new faces. The Reds Hill be winners this year. For Particulars call C. A. BLAIR Home Telephone 2C62 Whitewater, Ind., April 24. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker cave a miscella neous shower Friday evening for Mr. Grover White and Miss Gertie Alexan der. Over one hundred valuable pres ents, as well as a multitude of useful ones, were given by their numerous friends. The evening was pleasantly spent in a social way. Appropriate refreshments were served in an infor mal way. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kelso; Mr. and Mrs. Kelso Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Verling Reid; Mr. and Mrs. Carrie White, the Misses Izetta Ireland, Mary White, Mary Farmer, Hazel White, Jessie Ripenger. Gaynelle Smock, Edna Blose. Beatrice Fanner, Opal Moore, Francis Harlan, Augil Alexander, Hazel Harlan; Messrs. Orie Ireland, Benj. Peden, Raymond Richards, Leonard Thomp son, Wayne Smock, Shurley Cheno- weth, Harry Spencer, Russell Wiley, Benjamin Fanner. Fred Fanner. Married Saturday evening, at the home of L. C. Turner, Orie Ireland and Angie Alexander, Grover White and Gertie Alexander. L. C. Turner officiated. The wedding supper for Mr. and Mrs. Orie Ireland and Mr. and Mrs. Grover White, was served by Mrs. Verne Moore near New Madison. O.. Saturday evening at-S o'clock. Many j guests were present. The brides and j grooms were recipients of much con- ; gratulation and best wishes. All ' parties are well and favorably known ! here and they have the bet wishes j of the entire community. Married at the home of the bride in , Lynn, Saturday evening. Miss Mary j Price and Mr. Ralph Brown. Rev. Zerbe of Fountain City, was calling on friends Wednesday. j A bible class has been organized by members of both churches. The first meeting will be tonight. The scope of the work will cover the leading books of the New Testament. Rev. Zerbe of Fountain City, will ba teach er. Raymond Richards is secretary. There is no limit placed on the number of members and all that is required is the purchase of a text book and a reg ular attendance at the meetings. The first meeting will be at the Christian church. The young ladies of the M. E. church have secured for an evening's entertainment, one of the most promi nent men on the lecture platform at the present time, the Rev. Rawei, a native of New Zealand, whose ancestors were cannibals of the most savage type. He will take for his theme "From Canni balism to Culture." The girls have been very fortunate in securing this number in their series of entertain ments for wherever Rev. Rawei has ap peared he has met crowded houses and has never failed to please. The work of the girls in their deter mination to help with the church im provement cannot, be too highly praised. They have provided the funds for the modern lighting plant, the choir chairs, pulpit and secretary for the Sunday school, in all over a hundred dollars has been realized by their efforts. The lecture will be Friday night. May 1st at Laurel Hall. Cambridge City, Ind., Apiil 21.--Mrs. Alva Howmasier and little son. who1 spent the winter in California with her sister, Mrs. John R. Gray, returned to ; her home, near this city, on Wednes day. Mrs. E. R. Calloway is spending thn week in Richmond, the gii stof her mother. Mrs. Carrie Green. ! Mr. and Mrs. Benton Wilson and lit tle daughter will spend Sunday in M un ci e. Mr. and Mrs. John Beard h:iVc as their guest. Mr. Samuel Harrington of inaianapoi is. Charles Boyd has sold i :s i 'up-riv in East Cambiidge to Daniel Seig ler. and will moe to Richmond at the close of the school year. Miss Louise Ford of Indianapolis is here, the guest of Mrs. Frank Marion and other friends for the week. Mrs. Harry Miller is spending sev eral days with friends in Richmond. Mrs. Alice Atkinson of Wabash, is the guest of Mrs. Margaret McCaf frey. Section one of the Social union of the M. E. Church, will hold a market in the Stoddard building Saturday. Joe Bender has rented his meat mar ket and will devote all of his time to the ice cream trade. Fremont Freeman, who has been as sociated with the National Drill works for many years, has severed his con nection with that company, and will probably locate elsewhere. Cambridge City people very much regret the pros pect of losing Mr. Freeman and .fam ily as citizens. In token of the high esteem in which he is held by the em ployes of the National Drill, they pre sented him with a fine umbrella. Prof. Wood and Dr. Sweeney of Mil ton, were in the city (his morninig. The Union District Medical Society is in session in Eaton, Ohio. Dr. J. N. Study is president of the organiza tion. Dr. J. R. Mauk. Dr. Sweeney, of Milton, and others are in attendance. Economy, Ind., April 24. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stanley are back from New Paris, O., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Abe Stanley for a few days. Rev. Mr. Hobson of the U. B. church, Richmond conducted the fu neral services of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hillon at Sugar Grove Wednesday morning at 10:30. Burial at Sugar Grove cemetery. Mrs. Huffman's funeral services we-ro held at Modoc Wednesday at 10 a. m. and burial at Maxville. The Perry township Sunday schools will convene Sunday afternoon in joint convention at the Friends church. Carpenters have commenced repair ing Odd Fellow.? hall. Ezra Fraiscr and Ray Gwin were in Richmond Wednesday night. U(.y I'eiree died of consumption at 'lc heme ef his parents Mr. and Mrs. I'cwicFi I'eiree. Mr. Peirce was one of the leading business men for a numb er of e.irs. He was m the grocery b.tsiiT'-ss and made a success of it. Ora Hart commenced working for Ildwa.ds brothers Wednesday. Chirence OIo- mid Perl Edwards, Ci.'ireuoe Hinshaw and Alice Gwin, Ora Edwards and Bessie Fraiser were the couples that attended the com mencement at Williamsburg Wednes day night. Howard, Myra and Margaret Hunni cutt visited the'r grandma Scantland at Williamsburg Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morrison were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Weyl Wednesday. ' Mrs. Jennie Scantland took her daughter Edith to Hagerstown Wed- j nesday afternoon and Miss Scantland went from there to Spiceland. j Roscoe Hart was in Richmond Wed- , nesday on business. j Raymond Daugherty and Myrtle j Haxton were at the Williamsburg commencement Wednesday night. Bill Daugnty is back from Rich mond after spending a fe.v days there. Mrs Mabel Gwin's little daughter, Josephine has been very sick the past week. j Elliott, but before sentence was passed, by the court, withdrew the plea. The, defense asked that Prosecutor J. F. ' Cooper dismiss the charge of murder in ; the first degree before sentence was' handed down upon the prisoner's plea. This the prosecutor declined to do. The prosecutor called for the testi mony of Mrs. Mattie Nay, an aunt of the slain girl, and her son. Noel Nay who are the chief witnesses for the state, in which demand the prosecutoi was sustained by the court. There was delay in getting these witnesses in to court, and in the meantime Osborr. and his attorney withdrew the plea fo guilty. The court set Osborn's cas' for trial Saturday, the last day of tlu present term of court. There is a probability that Osborn may a?k for a change of venue from the county. This will not be done if satisfactory arrangements can be made with the state for a plea of guilty to a specific charge suitable to Osborn and his counsel. Do yon lack healthy appetite? Have you an abnormal appetite? Do yoa crave certain foods that you can't dcst? Do yoa feel bloated and full after eating? Does your stomach oppress you? Do you lack Mood? Is your complexion sallow? Are you losing weight? Do you feci drowsy after eat ing? These and other symptoms are sure evidences that digestion is labor to your stomach, that, in fa.-t, you have indigestion or dyspepsia aud that your eating is not doing you the good it should, la many cacs these symp toms are complicated w::h chronic constipation, and that rua'es matters worse. What you need is something to aid your digestion and to regulate vour bowels. A remedy to do that mut have laxative and tor.ic properties. You will find what is needed ia Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the great herb laxative compound and tonic. It stimulates the juices of the stomach which aid ia the digestion of food and acts on the liver and bowels, regulating them to do their work promptly and effectively. Regardless of the cause of the troubie Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsia will cure it. Cured by Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 1 have used Dr. Caldwell's Srup Pepsin in m family for about four rears. It il the beat remedy I eer found lor constipatiou, biliousness and indigestion. ai?d I would not think oi being without it in the home. G. N. Honor, cl Icctur. III. Prominent in labor circlet and local politics, candidate lot Mayor cn the Socialist Ticket. SECOND SEMI ANNUAL SESSi Sunday School Workers Boston Tp. Meet Soon. of Poston, Ind., April 24. The Sunday schools of Hoston township will hold tneir second semi-annual convention at Orange church Sunday, April 20. it, will be an all day convention, be ginning at 9:30 a. m. A full program has been arranged for both forenoon and afternoon. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Every one is request ed to bring their dinner. A. A. Smith is the president and Luella Druley Sheffer is secretary. I have used Dr. Caldwell's Srop Pepsin (or the past tour years tor constipation and find il the most reliable laxative I bare eirr used. Hue also giTcn it to my Utile 6Te-year-old daughter, to relieve colds, and I can most heartily endorse Syrup Pepsin as a palatable remedy ior colds and constipation, as well a.' one which sever (ails. Has. P. J. O'Bmi. Quiacy, 111. In my twenty-five years' eiperience retail druggist I have never handled a medi cine which gives such universal aatisfacticn or which 1 can personally recommend so highly as Dr. Caldweli'a Syrup Pepsin. There is one piiysiclan in this city who prescribes this rem edy in bis practice, and I could secure affi davits from customers who have been cured cl aggravated and chronic cases of Constipation of long standing. I use it mvself and in mv family. It is by far the best Laxative known to the human rare. M. F. MoORE, Westmoreland, Kans. My daughter has sutferrd from indication for the past five years and has tried nearly everything that she could hear of tor smn trouble. She was confined t i her bed when she began taking Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pet sin and after taking one ntiv-ceut bottle i.he ia able to walk a mile at a time, and during the day, yesterday, walked three aud a hall miles. I feel like praising Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep sin because two doctors tuid me my daughter could never get well, and 1 feel that the is on a fa:r road to permanent relief. J. II. M. Crocker, Nashville, Tenn. After receiving your trial bottle of Syrup Pepsin and using it 1 am sure it is the verv thing 1 have been looking for so lonr. I never had so small an amount ol anvthmg to do me so much good. Mrs. P. A Johnson. Do vie Station, Tenn. Your medicine is all right. It has done me more good in correc ting m y indigestion than ail the different kinds of dyspepsia cures have ever tried, and more good than pre scriptions 1 got from three different physicians. Our druggists keep it, and I have used only two 50c bottles and am practically well. You have my permission to use mv name. Gfo. M. Fires. Beeville, Te. For 10 year Collector of Tairs for Beeville and ia now trustee of the liecviile High School. About t year ago I began to use Dr. Cald well's Svrup Pepsia (or indigestion, and find It an excellent remedy, li t.is as a mild laxa tive and greatlv aids the stomach In digesting the food: in fact. I don't know of anything that would be more bt-t.encial to keep at haud for use alter a hearty meal or during a bilioua attack. Aisiin Sailfr, 1304 M.chigan Street, Nashville, Tenn. Regarding the uing of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup CepMn. wiilsav we have used it in our family lor (our years and rtn.i it to be the best remedy for stomach and cont ipation troubles we have ever tried. I have also recommendod It to my triccdswith same result. Ms. A. P. Jackson, 6Ct Woodland Street, Nashville, Tenn. I have (requentlv used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in my family and find it a most excel lent medicine md all that is claimed lor it. Geo. W. Lackev, Lawrenceville, 111. I take pleasure in writing In regard to Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin: I f ate been troubled with the worst lurin of stomarh trouble for a number of years and have tried several of the t est doctors, but received no benefit and see ing vour advertisement I boi:ght a bottle and it heliied me from the start. 1 nave used three bottles aud It has bclred me wonderfully. l utu HokBS, Dixon, 111. Cured by Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin One can never tell what day some member of the family will become constipated or have indigestion, jaundice, bloated stomach, biliousness, sour stomach, bad breath, tlatuleucy, lazy liver, weak stomach, sick headache or some other ailment affecting the stomach, liver or. bowels, and then Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will be instantly needed, as it is sure to cure these diseases. It is sold under a positive jruarantee to do what is claimed for it or money will be refunded. It is easy to take because pleasant to the taste, is gentle in action but promptly effective, and entirely free from the griping so common in salts, purgative waters and cathartic pills, tablets or powders. It is for that reason the best remedy for infants, children, women, old people, invalids and others. Go to your druggist today and get a 50 cent or f 1 bottlo under the guarantee. Complete directions are on every bottle. 4 WHISKY KILLED. Rockport, Ind., April 24. Willie Boyle, aged 5, is dead from the effects of drinking whisky. The parents gave the child a small quantity of the liquor to cure a headache. The boy waited until his mother had left the room and drank freely of the liquor. FREE TEST Those wishing to try Dr. CaldwwTt Syrup Pepsia btfoea buying can have a fraa samon bottle sent to tneir home by addressing the company. This offer tt to prove taken ft Sand for It If yoa have any symptoms or stomacn, trver or oowei oisaase. isennesi yet most enscrrre that the remedy will do wo claim, and is only open to those mo have nevor taxattvo for children, women and old folks. A guaranteed, permanent homo cure. THE PUBLIC VERDICT: "No Laxative So wood and Sure as OR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN." This product bears punty rarantM No. 17, Washington, D. C, Adorus rcrain ainur ww. mo waiewen " hwmwiivi DUBLIN. IND. Dublin, Ind., April 24. Mrs. Maggie Stephenson went to Centerville Thurs day on business. Mrs. Edith Huddlenton is spending a few days with hei grand son, Chas. Hatfield at Fountain City. Eugene Butler of Straughan was in town Thursday. Will Floyd went to Anderson Wed nesday. High school closed Thursday even ing in order that the Freshmen and Sophomore might assist In arrang ing the exhibit work thia morning. The school year has been a 6uecem. The last program was Riven In hlgfc school Thursday morning. Mrs. Mary Moore and Mrs. Sarah Foust of Straughns were guests ol Mrs. N. O. Nelson Thursday. REMOVALS THE CAUSE. To removals from utod the loss in the children in this city. the city is attrib number of school F0UNTAINCITYf IND. Fountain City. Ind., April 2 4. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brittkin have nimed into tho property owned by the ex change. Mike Xocton and family have re turned from a five weeks' vh,it at Cin cinnati and Pittsburg. Mrs. Lnven and Mrs. Lulu William?. Mrs. Mollie Kecver and .Mrs. Ezra ' Clements spent the day in Richmond. I Mr. John Flaraty, living south of . town, is very ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Georce C'app of Richmond, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cranor. Mr. Al Pierce spent the day in Richmond. The Sunday School convention will be held at Concord, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There will be preaching at the ! Christian church Saturday evening, j Sunday morning and Sunday evening ! by Rev. Daniels of Butler Colle.ee. One firm of four men having headquarters near the Illinois gather Sioo.ooo worth of pelts year, which are sent to Europe. their river every ToUiatO and Corn Growers We are giving eight, ten and tw-elve dollars for tomatoes and seven dollars for corn this season. All parties wishing to contract, cail at office or phone 1233. H.C.BulIerdick&Son CANNERS South Fifth Street NOTICE. I have located and opened law offi ces in the Westcott Block, second floor, over Xusbaum's store, and will be glad to see my clients and friends there. W. C. CONVERSE. Cast 1 SB. The Buggy Season Is Mere. The luckiest member of the house must be Congressman Ralph D. Cole, of the Eighteenth Ohio disrrict, who has twice secured his nomination as a republican candidate by the flip of a coia And so are we, with the nicest lines that we have ever had. The prices are right and so are the goods. Give us a call. . . . 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