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PAGE SIX. tHE RtCIUIOND PALLADITJM AND StJX-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, MAT 1, 1908. E IS A ECHO OP THE FLOOD uQDSON takes charge I 2 - 0) -s O c tn fi '" O O -a CM C4 z OP NEW LIGHT PLANT .5 2 A TCP LIL Miss Nina Newall of Earlham Attacked by Con tagion. When Johnstown Was Swept Away, Couple Was Parted But Are Reunited. Local Man to Guide Hagers-i town Municipal Venture. Ji -o iiURS VICTIM BASKET BALL STAR IS ILL. fffpft what efforts she aaay Lave taken to avoid the disease, Miss Nina Newall, nurse at Earlham college, has fallen a victim to the measles. The severity of the attack is no greater than it was to the members of the stu dent body, whom Miss Newall did not rare to nurse. In view of the fact Miss Newall 'Tct'iised" (according to T)r. Bond and some students or "dn not. want'" (according to Dr. Marvel and Supt. Waret to nurse Miss Florence Maple, the first student to be afflicted with the malady, it. appears somewhat of an unusual coincidence that she should become one of the victims the malady. Following the declaration of Miss Newall that she had not had the meas les aiui did not care to run the risk of Infection by nursing a patient, stu dents of the institution were placed in a quandary as to what course to pur:-tie In case the disease attacked them. The meablcs germ was finite energetic, and a few flays, ago left the girl's dormitory to pay avisit to Hundy Hall, where are lodged the young men Measl (Jerin hcouted about the halls and finally en tered the room of Kay New-sonic, a member of the basket, ball team. w fomft extended a joyful welcome and immediately capitulated to the . harms of the visitor. He blushed at the at tention paid hlra and has not been able to remove the signs of embarrassment. He probably will not. succeed until the doctor has induced his guest lo leave. When NewHome became afflicted an other contingency arose that demanded folution. NewKome did not want a wo man nurse. Miss Newall. the regular nurse did not wish to assume the risk of exposure In the case of Miss Ma ple, so she was not. called upon and the young men- did not wish to be placed under the care of the assistant nurse and removed to the nursery. Newsome preferred a male attend ant, and- two fellow students expressed r willingness, to attend to his wants during hid Illness?. The physician was willing and th college authorities ap proved the plan. The young men at tendants were instructed by the physi cian to guard against infection and to change clothing after leaving the sick room. They assumed all responsibil ity and remained with their friend during the period of his most serious Illness. FOUNTAIN CITY CLOSES ITS SCHOOLS MftY 1 Commencement Exercises Be Held May 9. to Fountain City, Ind.. May 1. The Fountain City high school will close Thursday, May 7 and the commence ment will be on the following evening, Friday, May !. The class sermon will be preached by Rev. .1. V. Zerbe, pastor of the M. 10. church, Sunday. May at. the Methodist church. The music for that, occasion will be ren dered by the high school students. FOUNTAIN CITY, IND. Fountain City, Ind., May 1. Mrs. Win, Davis, Mrs. Win. Bennett and Mrs. Frank Hunt, attended the Chris tian church convention at Dublin. They were the delegates sent from the Fountain City church. Ol Marine has gone to Vinceunes. He is foremau of the Hamilton Sys tem Aceyteline Gas Generators plant. The generators are not manufactured liere now as the machinery has been shipped to Vineennes. Mr. Marine is the only man who understands the making of the machine. Emigration from the United States to C&rutfia in January and February in creased il per cent., while foreign emigrants arriving at Canadian ports decreased' -Wiper cent. Over 1,0 Amer ican settlers reached Sattkitchewaa on March K. A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract, a simple, non-intoxicating remedy, women, of all ages, for womanly pains, irregularity, falling feelings, nervousness, "weakness, and any other form of sickness, peculiar to females. TAKE It WU1 Mrs. A. C. Beaver, of Unicoi, Route No. 1, Mar bleton, Tenn., writes: "I suffered with bearing down pains, feet swelled, pain in right side, headache, pains in shoulders, nervous palpitation, and other troubles I cannot mention, but I took "Wine of Cardui 1 1 J J L A. T i. 3 T -i Iiiuu iiave iouuu u nm ucsu ineuiuiue ever usea, for female troubles ' Try Cardui. AT ALL DRUG STORES v si is I V Ol II . n dtHTSP 1 V fell pma ? mm n r; x r, 5 Pc z. I"-Oo. d i y u .'i h 2 lO QC CD D. Q OO HAVE DETECTIVES FOUND A CLUE Two Pennsylvania Men Inves tigate Roobery. Jfngerfdown, Ind. tectives have been the interests of the , May 1. Two de iti Hagerstown in Pennsylvania rail road company. They were hunting for clues to the robbing of the depot last week and it is thought that they were successful. DUBLIN, IND. Dublin. Ind.. May 1. Mr. Raymond Knapp and Miss Edna Merrel of Ha gerstown. were guests of Mrs. Ma.iy Fnnk and daughter, Inez. Wednesday evening. Grover Winters is spending a few ' days here. Mr. Dills of Indianapolis was in town Thursday on business. Miss Lc-ona Vickrey of Caton. O., aft er a few days' visit with Wm. Pea andj family, has returned home. j Will Morton of Tipton, visited with ' Chas. Kvans and family Thursday. Guy Jones of New Castle, was the; gius! of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Middelton Jones, Thursday. Mrs. James Morris and daughter Ru by were in Milton Thursday evening. ' Mrs. Divinia Ilines entertained at : dinner Thursday, Mrs. Smalley, Miss; Nellie Hayes, Mrs. Chlora Hayes and her daughter and Arthur Hines and j family of near Raleigh. ! Mr. and Mrs. Dan Van Duskirkof' Cambridge City and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. i Hates, and son, Harry a.nd wife and 1 Miss Goldie Shaw composed a fishing' party. Thursday afternoon. They fished sout h of town. John Christ man has gone to Day-; ton to spend a few days with his sons, ' Ora Christmau and Harry Christman' and their families. j Mr. A. C. Van Slyke has purchased j the imerest of his father-in-law, Mr.' liroothers in the Pi mothers iV Van Slyke grocery and it will now be run1 under the head of the A. C. Van Slyke i Grocery. j Mr. and Mrs". Brootheis will soon! move back to Connersville. j Mrs. A. G. Bilby went to Knights-! town Thursday to spend a few days; with her daughter Mrs. Blanche White. , Miss Glenna Needham entertained j and L,eo Floyd. Hazel McGeth. Grace Oler. Minnie Morton and Elizabeth Morris. Dainty refreshments were served. Wm. Gates is spending a few days with J. E. Scott and family. The Ladies' Aid society of the Chris tian church met with Mr. George Mc Conkey. recommended to girls and j '! Help You THEY MET ON THE STREET. Pittsburg, Penn., May 1 , news of the Johnstown flood - When reached this city, nearly 19 years ago, and the extent of the loss of life and property became known, one of the first men to volunteer his services for rescue work was Thomas Smith. Fondly bid ding good-by to his wife of three mon'hs, .Smith boarded a train for the stricken citv. Week after week he j worked as a laborer. After more than a month of the I hardest of work Smith returned to ! Pittsburg to claim his wife Katie, j Not, a trace could he find of her. i During his time in Johnstown they did not correspond owing to tne demorali zation of the mail service. Smith made many efforts to find the woman but without avail. This afternoon, while walking along Smithfield street, the pair met for the i first time since May 30. 1SS9, when j the husband took the first relief train ; for Johnstown. ! .... , ...... ... s .:.,. .MTnougn uoin are now m miuuic age. the greeting between husband and wife was aa enthusiastic as it would have been 2f years ago. Kxplanations were in order and. aft er these were forthcoming. Smith took his wife to hts boarding house, where lie will keep her until he is able to rent and furnish a home. CENTERVILLE, IND. Centerville, Ind.. May 1. Mrs. Claude Gould and daughter Zelda have gone to South Bend. Ind.. to reside. Mrs. Gould's husband is employed on The Tribune of that. city. Mrs. lienjamin Haworth of George town, 111., has arrived to spend a few weeks with relatives and friends in Centerville and Richmond. Newton Helms of near Richmond, was entertained Wednesday by his aunt, Mrs-. Thomas J. Clevenger. Mrs. Margaret Nevitt has returned to her home at Indianapolis after a week's visit, to Mrs. Catherine O'Melia. Mrs. M. K. Stafford of Brookville, )., is the guest, this week of her daughter, Mrs. R. J. DeardolT. The Bryan Women's cemetery asso- jciation will meet, next Wednesday att I ernoon, May G. at Bryan Chapel. William Mathews and family recent -j ly entertained Miss Ruby Ranks ami ! Miss Alice Patterson of West Rich mond. Miss Mode Brown, teacher of the in termediate room in the Centerville public schools, will leave next Satur day for Bloomington. Ind., to attend the spring term at the state university. Mrs. Morris Jones was pleasantly surprised Tuesday by neighbors and relatives, the occasion being her birth day anniversary. Those present were Mesdanies Voss. Sullivan. Price, Card. Ratliff. Meek, Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph Jenkins and son Robert. Miss Ru by Voss. Miss Lucy Gard, Miss Lizzie Jones, Daniel Gard. Master Howard Jones of Chicago. Mrs. Rea of Goshen, and Mrs. J. M. Fonts and children. Es ther and Paul of Centerville. A number of the members of Wayne Chapter. Order of Eastern Star, went to Williamsburg Thursday evening to witness initiation ceremonies at the Williamsburg Chapter. Miss Daisy Morgan was a guest this week of Mrs. Joseph Bender at Cam bridge City. John M. Thomas of Richmond, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cheesman on Thursday. On Saturday evening the degree team of Webster lodge will confer the sec ond degree on seven candidates of Hoosier lodge of Centerville. A num ber of the order from Richmond are ex pected to be present. A banquet will follow the ceremonies. E. L. Cuibertson has been sick with the grippe since Monday. R. D. Cui bertson is filling his place in the bar ber shop. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brack ney intend moing to Olive Hill the first of next week. ECONOMY, IND. Economy, lud.. May 1. Worth Os born of Winchester was here visiting his mother Aseneth Osborn recently. El wood Clark is very tick. Mrs. Nora Stanim is back from a visit in Ohio. The Fenimores spent Thursday vis iting Hagerstown relatives. I'. B. quarterly meeting Saturday and Sunday in their Economy church. Lewis Oler was the guest of Charley Morrison Wednesday. Vine Scott commenced shearing sheep Wednesday. Robert Han and son Ora. with their families will move to Ohio soon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson of Richmond are moving in the .It dm Manning property. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Walace Cheesman of West River, recently. Vine Scott and daughter Gn.-ta en tertained a party from New Paris. O., recently. The sick are better except Mrs. Se srist. who Is still very low with con sumption. Ryram Tierce is moving his stock of groceries out of the Osborn build ing into the business room under the Odd Fellows hall. Nicholson brothers of Greensfork. were here looking up work in their line of business. Mrs. Ab Fraiser and daughter have gone to Muncie on a visit. Mrs. Zora Kepler has returned to Mur.cie after a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Bernett. Wipg What a homely fellow Bjoaes is! Ware Yes. but he really has a handsome mug ia the barber aUop. Hagerstown, Ind.. May l.-On ac count of unexpected business interests. Mr. Clarence Nulf of Fraakton. Ind.. who was to take charge of Hagers town's electric light plant, withdrew ! his acceptance of the position. Mr. George Dodson of Richmond, with sev eral years' experience, has been secured in Nulf's stead. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City. Ind.. May 1. Frank Morgan made a business trip to Honey Creek, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wiison. Mrs. F. S. Wilson of Dublin and Mrs. Perry Brown of Hartford City, were th' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ogbon.e. cn Wet Front street. Thursday. While crossing the railroad near the Pennsylvania station, one of the large gray horses belonging to Boden and Son. caught its foot in the track, lam ing the animal in such a manner, as to unfit it, for service for ionic time. Mrs. Virginia Meredith was in Con r.ersville Wednesday. Rev. Joe Garvin will spend Sunday with his father, Thomas Garvin and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kahi in Columbus. Ohio. George Bridrnbucher of Indianapolis was in the city on Tuesday. Alvin Bert sen, one of Cambridge City's Indiana university hoys, ha. niade quite a record for himself in ath let ir. sports. Prof. P. V. Voris of Dublin, visited the schools of this city on Wednesday. The ladies of the St. Elizabet h's church held a social with Mrs. Thom as Hangley. Wednesday evening. The Helen Hunt club held its nied ing this week with Mrs. Willard Petr... A. review of the work done by the cbi;i from the time of the organization to the present. time was given. The decorations in green and white, the club colors, were in accord with th time of the year. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon. Miss Gaynelle Haggemanii will at tend commencement, at New Madison. Friday evening, and remain over Sun day, for a visit, with friends !n that city. The Standard Manufacturing compa ny moved into their new office Wed nesday. It is one of the most com pletely -equipped business offices in the city. "The Cat Came Bac.k"-Wm. Hull. who moved to the country, a distance of two ami one-half miles, took with them the family cat. As the animal did not like the rural districts, it has returned and taken up its abode in this city. The Queen Esther band met at the home of Alice Walter Wednesday even ing, April 'J. Ten members were present. The following officers were elected to serve the coming six months: President, Myrtle Eaton: vice presi dent, Alice Walter: secretary. Helen Tyler: assistant secretary. Alice Me- Caffrey: treasurer. Gertrude Graver: pi - i anist Nina Harrison: assistant pianist, i Susie Freeman: corresponding secreta-; rv, Floreda Sehaelach; mite box secre tary, Sarah Oliver. Presbyterian church Sunday school !:o a. m. Morning- sermon, 1:4."; evening sermon , Junior En deavor. "J p. m. M. E. Church Sunday school '.::. Morning sermon .10 :?.. subject. "This Mind." Epworth League. ':.". p. m. Evening sermon 7:.o. subject "Some reasons why men stay away from church. Mrs. Emily Ernshaw who has been the guest of Mrs. Israel Morey for sev eral weeks, rettidned to her home at Indianapolis Thursday. Mr. George Scott spent Wednesday with his sister, Mrs. North Front street. Wesley Carey on HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hazerstown, Ind., May 1. The sec ond base ball team of this place will play against the Williamsburg team at Williamsburg Sunday afternoon. May J. E. Patterson has nearly complet ed moving his stock of dry goods to the Kiser store rooms on West Main street . Mrs. Laura Hines, Mrs. M. T. Fox. Mrs. Henry Keagy, spent Wednesday at Richmond and New Paris. The Christian Aid society will meet n'-xt Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Martin Werking. Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Weaver that thev are ' grand parents to a new- granddaughter ; which was born to Mr. ?tvl Mrs. Ora Wheeler at Cambridge City. It is the ; scco:i.i child. I Mrs, W. H. Davis of Greens. lirir. i Ind.. and Mrs. Flora Anton of St. l;is .Mi is vis' t me le to iri'T s Mrs. mother, Mrs. Powers ;:i A. ( Walker and family. MISS MELCHER SPEAKS. I Miss Sarah Melcher of Indianapolis the s'aV secretary of the Youns ' Woman's Christian association, ad I dressed the members of the associa tion at Earlham. Miss Melcher talked I to the young ladies on "Different Classes of Friendship Anions Girls." Miss Melcher travels over the state, speakine at the several colleees and friiis' schools and is doing much .sood work. Her home is in Cambridge, Mass. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Proposals for supplies for the use of the Eastern Indiana Hospital for the Insane for the month of June, will be received by the board of trustees at the hospital before p. m.. Wednesday. May fi. l!8. Specifications may be feen at the Second National Bank, or at the hoFpital. By order of the board The (1 MM Vi i See our JONES HARDWARE COMPANY GAIN IN NUMBER OF SCHOOL CHILDREN Cheesman Completes Enum eration in Center Tp. Centerville, Ind., May 1. W. K. Cheesman, township trustee, has just completed the enumeration of Center township school children between the ages of six and twenty-one, outside of j Centerville. The enumeration shows ! a gain of twelve children over last ye;ir. The total number is now hundred and seventeen. three OVERTAXED Hundreds of Richmond Readers Know What It Means. The kidneys are overtaxed; Have too much to do. Thev tell about it in many aches and pains Bachache, sideache. headache. Early symptoms of kidney ills. I'rinary troubles, diabetes, Blight's disease follow. A Richmond citizen tells here a cer tain cure. Dallas C.sel. living at 711 South Eighth St Richmond. Ind.. says: "I think it was about fifteen years ago that I was cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. At that time I was working, ami in the course of a hard day's work had quite a bit of heavy lifting which brought on severe backache and dizzy headaches. I had tried sev eral remedies but with no effect. Finally I w;.s induced to get a box of Doan's Kidm y Pills at A. G. Luk n & Go's drug store. After I had taken them for a short time the dull aching ir, back disappeared and with it the headaches. Since that time I have not been troubled, and have recom mended Down's Kidney Pills to many other sufferers." For sate by all dealers. Price .0 cents Fester Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States?. Remember the name Doan's ami take no other. NOTICE. i have located and opened law off: i cc s in the Wep-cntt Block. second I floor, over Nusbaum's s-ore. and will ; be clad to see my clients nd friends i there. W. C. CONYERSK. I In the Slavonic section of N'ew Vz-.rU- iMihlic lihrarv there ;ire V volumes and a very larse proportion of the Russian readers se!ect books on social and governmental subjects. SEE THE P. J. L. Antique Furniture Co. for all kinds of repairing and re finishing. Screens made to ord er. Odd pieces of furniture made to order. 922 Main St. Greatest of All Sports OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEAGUE 54g line of 1908 Balls, Bats, , Suits Wholesale Retail MQ)W2 Burn Artificial Gas in an Artificial Gas Range. Do it now and watch your gas bill. Sec the Richmond Light, Heat & Power Co. I H DIED BEFORE HE COULD TELL WHEBEMONEY WAS Life Secret of Husband Went To Grave With Him. Waukeean. I1!.. May 1 . With death at hand. W. S. Williams today made a futib- effort to tell his wife where he had hidden money at.d stocks. H' kei.t the sr-rpet all his married liff of several yfa rs. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY DAIRYMEN Call and get prices on Gluten Feed. Large shipment ust re ceived. 311 MAIN STREET. H. B. Loper, Dentist, Of Colonial Building, is located over Meyer's Cigar Store, Main Street, Kodaks! Kodaks! Photo supplies. Bom Phones Cameras ! Cameras ! VV. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main St. II C. W. MORGAN THE GROCER (Successor to Harry J. Doan) 12th and Main Streett. Automatic Phone l.'!6f; Bell 223. Phone I's Your Order. : INSURANCE.REAI ESTATE: LOANS. RENTS W. H. Bradbury & Son t t Room 1 and 3, WosteoH Bid PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. i I 3 & m. SMITH, Med. Supt.