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THE RICHMOND PAL LADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGKAM, 3IOXDAT, 31 AY 35, 1008.
PAGE SEVEN. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, Lost, Found, Miscellaneous, Lodge Notice, Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc., 1 CENT A WORD. Situations Wanted, are Free. The Market Place of Richmond for buyer cr seller. A trial will con vince ycu that Palladium Classified Ads ..re result bringers. 7 INSERTIONS FOR THE PRICE OF WANTED. WANTED Situation as bill clerk; have had experience; address "I). W." care Palladium. 23-:',t WAfcTED-Sitiiat ion bya"girl "to help with housework. - S. W. L'nd St. - l-:'.t WANTED Cheapest, best shorthand, book keeping, typewriting, Mrs. Hi ser'3 school, 15th year. Phone 21T7. L'.'J-tf WANTED Tenor soloist for church quartet. Must read music. Ap ply F. I. Braffet. Second National " Bank. WANTED Youi carpeta, ruga, up holstery, mtttresses. etc.. to clean TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS NEW YORK STOCK QUOTATIONS. (By Correll and Thompson, Brokers, Eaton, Ohio.) New York, May 25. Amalgamated Copper American Smelting American Sugar Atchison B. & O B. R. T C. M. & St. P. . . . New York Central. Northern Pac. . . . Pennsylvania . . People's Gas. . . . Reading Southern Pacific . . Union Pacific . . U. S. Steel U. S. Steel pfd. . Great Northern . . Chicago. CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. (By Corrtil and Thompson, Brokers. Eaton. O.l Chicago, May LTV. Wheat. Open. High. Low. Close. IWay 102 102 lol 102 July 0o !1 ! ,'.1 6ept 87- N7 N7 S7- Corn. Open. Iliwu. Low. Close. May .. .... 7." 7.V 74 74 July ;," oip, tr n Sept (14 tl 01 i;4- Oats. Open. High. Low. Close. May 54 r4 r4 July 47 47 47 47 Sept u7 i. ,".s ;;7J t ."7 Pork. Open. High. Low. Close. jJuly .. .$i:?.47 $W.K2 $13.47 $13.57 ISept .. . 13.75 1.3.85 13.75 13.S2 Lard. Open. High. Low. Closa. tJuly .. . .S.4 $S.47 ?S.4o $S.42 I Sept .. . S.57 S.2 S.57 S.tX Ribs. Open. High. Low. Close. July . . . -$7.32 -7.35 $7.32 S7.35 1 Sept . . . 7.55 7.5" 7.55 7.57 U. S. YARDS, CHICAGO. Chicago. May 25 Hogs, receipts, 63.000. left over 3.338, 10 to 15c low er. Cattle 16,000, 10c higher. Sheep 2,000, steady. Hogs Close. (5c lower.) Light $5.l5(o .$5.50 Mixed a.lSCa 5.50 Heavy 5.1 Oft" 5.50 Rough 5.10 ft 5.20 Indianapolis Grain. Indianapolis, May AVheat, 97. Corn. 73. Oats, 53. Timothy, $12.00. Indianapolis Market. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK. HOGS. T5est heavies $5.f;uri;$.YKO Good to choice 5.5, 5.;o BEEF STEERS. Oocrtl to choice heifers.... 6.35ft" Medium to good steers .. 6.35ft Choice to fancy yearlings 5.00 ft 6.75 6.73 5.75 BUTCHER CATTLE. Choice to fancy heifers... 5,ok,i r.oo Good to choice heifers .... 4.5ft 4.v5 VEAL CALVES. Good to choice 3.00 ft Fair to good 2.00ft" STOCK CATTLE. Good to h'vy fleshy feed'rs 5.25 6.00 5.25 5.50 Fair to good feeders Good to choice stocRcrs Common to fair heifers . . SHEEP. Choice lambs Best yearlings 4.75 ft 5.00 3.50? 4.50 4.00ft 4.65 ;. j 5.00 ft- Richmond Hay Market. (Omar G. Whelan.) Timothy Hay (baled) $12.00 .$10.00311.00 $10 $9.00 10.00 5.00 . . . 65c to 6Sc . . .47 to 50c Timothy Hay (loose) Clover hay (baled) .. Clover Hay t loose) . Mixed Hay Straw (per ton) Corn (per bn) Oats (per bu.) Richmond. CATTLE. (Paid by Richmond Abattoir.) Best hogs,.aref age 200 to -50' lbs 5.35ft? 3.50 by our vacuum process. Richmond House Cleaning Co. Phone, Home 1916. Beli S95R. 22tf WANTED See Morehead for profes sional vault cleaning- Phone ''177. Ji.'l-S Butler Street. mavl6-tf WANTED Mea to Learn barber trade; will equip shop for you or furnish positions, few weeks com pletes, constant practice, careful In structions, tools given. Saturday wages, diplomas granted, write for catalogue. Moler Barber College. Cincinnati. O. tf FOR SALE. FOR SAL.E- Book-case, sideboard, Open 63 71 127 79 High 6014 73 129 M S9'4 5114 133 1U4 132 121 91 113I-3 So 145 37 101 12S Low C3 71 1,3 127V2 79 S714 491.3 130 10314 130 119 91 1 10 3 142 36 100 127 Close 65 7 3 129 Sl S9 51 133 104 132 121 91 1 1 3 S5 145 37 101 128 . . 7 .. 51 . .131 , -l'3'i , . 13"i2 ..119 . . Hi's . .110 . . S3 .112 - 36 . 100U .12714 Good to heavy packers .. . 5.1Ki 5.41 Common and rough 3.4'HV 4.45 Steers, corn fed 5.1tf; 5.s.- Heifers 4.k'( Fat cows :.(MHn' 4.35 Bulls XWKit Calves F.00 4.10 5.25 5.50 Lambs , :o(rC PRICES FOR POULTRY. (Paid by Bee Hive Grocery.) Young chickens, dressed, per lb..lSc Old chickens, per lb 12V& to 15c Turkeys, per lb., 1S0 Ducks, per lb 15C COUNTRY PRODUCE. (Paid by Bee Hive.) Creamery butter, per lb 26c Country butter, per lb iZc Eggs, per doz 15 Richmond Grain Market. (Richmond Roller M1113) Wheat (per bu.) 93c Corn (per bu) 70c Oats, (per bu.) 47c Rye, (per bu.) 70c Bran (per ton) $26.00 Middlings (per ton) $2S.OO Richmond Seed Market. (Runge & Co.) Clover Seed (per bu) $10.00 Timothy (per bu) $2.00 Pittsburg Livestock. Pittsburg, May 25. Cattle Receipts S loads. Prime and extra, $7.0O down. Common and fair, $0. 30ft $0.40. Veal, $7.25 down. Hogs Receipts 5 loads. Hogs, $5.70 down. Sheep and lambs, receipts light. Sheep $1.S5 down. Fair to good lambs, $7.50 down. Spring lambs, :5..", down. Cincinnati Livestock. Cincinnati, May 25. Hogs Receipts 1.961, steady. Butchers. $3.65ft5.S0. rigs, $3.35 ft 4.60. Cattle Receipts 271, steady. Shippers. $5.6"ft 6.50. Veal, $5.00 ft 6.25. Sheep and Lambs Rect's 100 steadv. Sheep, $3. 35ft 5.10. - Lambs, $6. 10ft 7.00. Toledo Grain Toiedo. May 25. Oats 54. Wheat, 90. Corn, 66. Clover (October) $7.47. Alsike $13.50. Rye, S0. East Buffalo Livestock. East Buffalo. May 25. Cattle Receipts. 200: $7 down. Veal Receipts 20: $6.75 down. Sheep and lambs Receipts 4,500. Sheep. $5.50 down. Lambs. $6.25 down. Hogs Receipts. 1.700. Mixed and yorkers, $6.10 down. Pigs. $5.40. The nul Of The Body. The organ around which all the other organs revolve, and upon which they are largely de pendent for their welfare, is the stomach When the functions of the stomach become im paired, the bowels and liver also become de ranged. To enre a disease of the stomach, liver or bowels get a 50 cent or SI bottle of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin at your druggist's. It it the promptest relief for constipation and dj-s pepsia ever cc irpoun?ed. Sophia: Mother used Gold Medal Flour. Thtbesa. bedsteads, etc., 2104 Main St. 23-3t FOR SALE A hand made wagon , suitable for a huckster wagon or light draying. McCain Realty Com pany. 23 North Oth street. 2-")-:jt FOR SALE A small house" suitable for a child's play house. McCain Realty Company, 23 North 9th St. 2D-3t FOR SALE Old lolidcherry-extension table; also various other piec es of furniture; 104 Ft. Wayne Ave. 2.V31 FOR SALE Wall paper. Moorman's Hook Store. 23-7t FOR sXLECa rriage phaeton, run about, all rubber-tired, spring-wagon, carriage and light harness, two TEN ARE KILLED Traction Wreck Near Phila delphia, Sunday Night Was Fatal. PLEASURE SEEKERS DEAD. Philadelphia, Pa., May 25. Awful in its results was a wreck of trolley cars on the Chestnut. Hill traction line, about 12 miles outside the city, late Sunday night. Ten people are dead and nearly 100 injured. The day was an ideal one and all out going cars were crowded with pleasure seekers. At Cie place where the accident oc curred there. a stes) grade, and one car, from some unknown cause, left the track at the bottom of this grad. Right behind it were others. The derailing of the one seems to have knocked the nerve out of the ' motormen of these others. Five mo- tormen lost control of their cars, and one by one, in quick succession, .they crashed into the first, their precious human freight, having no chance of escape. CITY STATISTICS. Deaths and Funerals. LARBES Joseph Larbes died this morning early at his home, 64 3 South E street, after a long illness at the age of 77 years. He is survived by his wife, one son. Rev. Flavian Lar b?s, of Cincinnati and two brothers of Norwood and Delphos, O. The de ceased was a member of St. Joseph's society of St. Andrew's church. Fu neral arrangements will be announc ed later. CHILCOAT William Chilcoat. died Sunday afternoon at h!3 home in New Paris at the age of 57 years. Besides his wife Emily, he leaves one son, Ralph to survive him. The funeral will be Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock- from the home in New Paris. The Rev. Mr. Banner will conduct the services. Burial at Earlham cemetery. WRIGHT Word has been received here today announcing the death ci Miss Fannie Wright, daughter of Mr. and Airs. E. S. Wright, formerly of this city but now of Riverside, Cal. Death was due to typhoid fNr- Mi and Mrs. Wright resided on North Seventeenth street for a number of years. They were members of the Reid Memorial church. Marriage Licenses. Otto H. Vietze to Mina A. Rusche, both of Richmond. j Peter Conditt, of Milton and Ola I Burney, of Dublin. He Didn't Like f ridges. Judge Martin G rover of Troy. N. Y.. was at one time approached by a young citizen who wished to be nominated to the state assembly. The shrewd old Judge had certain doubts about h!m. which he expressed somewhat freely, and yet he was willing to afford hlm'a trial. He therefore addressed the as plrant in this way: "Young man, if you will give me your word that you won't steal when you get to Albany I'll see what kin be done about sendin' you there." "Judge Grover," replied the young man. drawing himself up with great dignity, "I go to Albany unpledged or I don't go at all." Small Tacks. How is this for a stunt? The center of the tack industry used to be Broms grove, a town in Worcestershire. Eng land, where all work was done by hand. It was a cooidiou feat for ex perts to forge 1,000 to 1.200 tacks so small as to fill the barrel of an ordi nary goose quill, their weight being only about twenty grains. New York Press. A Glittering Bargain. "Yes." said the prospective investor to the Billviile.real estate man. "your terms at $2 an acre are very reasona ble. Is there any gold In the land?" The agent looked around as if to as sure himself that no one was listening; then he leaned over and whispered: "It's mostly gold:" Atlaata Constitu tion. Irresistible Attraction. "What are you stopping for, John? If we don't hurry we'll miss our train '." "You can go on if you want to, Ma ria. I'm going to see how they get that balky hqrse state." poles. W. P. Haughton. Spring Grove, New Phone 3 404. 23-2S-31-3 FOR SALE Room and nicture mould ings. Moorman's Hook Store. 23-7 1 FOR SALE Good go-cart cheap: 111 North 11th street. 22-7t FOR SALE A car load of horses every Saturday and Monday at Gus Taube's barn. ti-tf FOR SALEKlu;hen-ange"" wit if ex cellent water box and otler hotise hold goods. '; N. 11th St., tip stairs. '4-2t FOR SALE Cheap. Lot of heavy oak display tables, extra nice. Size 5 feet by 12 feet and 5 feet by 8 feet. Also fire-proof sate, cheap. Also A TRYING LANGUAGE. The Study of Japanese Is Surrounded by Difficulties. Japanese is not an easy language even for the native born subject of the r-ilkado. but it Is very difficult of ac quirement by the westerner. Clive Hol land In his book, "Old and New Ja pan," does not give foreigners any encouragement that they will ever be able really to learn the language. It takes a Japanese child seven years. It is said, to learn the essential parts of the Japanese alphabet. To use a Japa nese dictionary. Mr. Holland says, one must be familiar with no fewer than 214 signs, which may be said to serve the same purpose as initial letters in American dictionaries. Then after one has tracked down In one of these 214 signs some part of the character for which he is about to undertake an ex ploration he still has a veritable north pole hunt ahead of him. The pompous first personal pronoun Is avoided whenever it is possible in speaking Japanese. If it must be used it is introduced casually, but generally the abstract noun "selfishness" serves in its stead. For example, a Japanese would not say "I don't drink wine," but "Wine don't drink," or, if this is not clear enongh, "Selfishness wine don't drink." Reference to one's own possessions must be depreciatory. Thus if a man wishes to point out his own residence he says, "That miserable house," which, of course, could refer to no other than his own. On the oth er hand. That beautiful house" would easily identify the bouse as belonging to some one else. Moreover, any one who wishes to learn Japanese must be prepared to learn two languages, the written and the spoken. The one differs so ma terially from the other that if a Japa nese is reading a book or newspaper and wishes to do so aloud it becomes necessary for him to translate the written words into the colloquial. Tc be able to read any of the higher class Japanese newspapers, Mr. Holland says, it is necessary to master at least from 2,500 to 3,000 Ideographs. j He Held on to His Knife. J On the afternoon of June 1, 1872, ,' an old painter named William McCul I lough while painting the bridge above ! the falls between the first and second I Sister islands fell into the rapids. In j s ntly he was swept furiously toward j the cataract, but whirled into lesser I waves, so that he struck against and j seized a rock not far above the brink, j Hundreds quickly gathered on the I shore and watched, all eager to help, j but ignorant what to do. Among them j was Thomas Conroy, who secured a I coil of rope, fastened one end to a 1 tree on shore and with the other end j in bis hand waded out as far as he could and occasionally swam, the wa ter being from eighteen inches to six feet deep. He aimed far up stream to allow for the power of the current and at last with great difficulty reached the unfortunate painter and bound him to nimseir wirn tn rnno hov wr swept off their feet several times on Polsel ln tne aIr hs an equal atmos the way back to shore, but the rope Pheric pressure on it at all points. The had been firmly fastened, and they ; second principle is that when a sphere finally landed safely. When they J rotates in a current of air the side of reached shore it was found that Mc-1 the sphere which is advancing to meet Cullough still clutched his putty knife j the current Is subjected to greater firmly in his hand, having held it dur- pressure than is that side which la Ing the three hours he had been on the j brink of the fails. I Dublin Bootblacks, 1780. Among the populace of Dublin in 17S0 the shoeblacks were a numerous and formidable body. The polish they ! used was lampblack and eggs, fori which they purchased all that were rot-' ten in the markets. Their implements! consisted of a three legged stool, a has- j kot containing a blunt knife called al spud, a painter's brush and an old! wig. A gentleman usually went out in j the morning with dirty boots or shoes,' sure to find a shoeblack sitting on his; stool at the corner of the street. The j gentleman put his foot in the lap of the ' shoeblack without ceremony, and the : Iow aud ls ln consequence directly op artist scraped it with his spud, wiped j Psed to gravity. The result is a flight ; It with his wig and then laid on his i sustained, but little less than twice as j composition as thick as black naint ! lonS as it would be without this under- j with his painter's brush. The stuff, j dried with a rich polish, requiring nc 1 friction and little inferior to the elab-! orated modern fluids, save only the in-j tolerable odors exhaled from eggs in a j high state of putridity, which filled j any house which was entered before j the composition was quite dry and sometimes even tainted the air of fash ionable drawing rooms. Polishing shoesr we should, mention, was at this time a refinement almost confined to cltie3, people In the country using grease. An Insulting Parrot. Bayard Taylor related the following about a parrot once owned by a lady ln Chicago: When the great fire was raging an wner aanvthatshe could rescue noth- large office desk. Bankrupt stock of Big Store. Call at Coliseum for inspection. 2"-7t FOR SALE OR TRADE Modern-residence. Easy terras. Phone 12.S. FOR SA LE City real estate Polter" field. Keller Block. Mt FOR RENT. FOR RENT- Fh e rouin house : 220 N. 17th street; inquire at ti7 S. lfith street. 2-"-lt FOR RENT -Rooms for light house keeping. 417 N. 11th. 21 2t FOR It E NT 3 room fl a t fsu i tab fe for light housekeeping or business pur poses, centrally located, over 713 ing except v. .ict s.ie intan;'.y touu in her Lauds. There were two objects equally dear, the pnrrt and the old family Bible, and she could take but one. Aiter a moment of hesitation she seized the .Bible and was hastening away when the parrut cried ut in a loud and solemn voice. "Good Lord, deliver us!" No human btfiug could have been deaf to such an appeal. The precious Bible was sacrificed and the bird saved. He was otherwise a clever bird. In the house to whivh the parrot was taken there was. among otbei visitors, a gentlemau rather noted foi volubility. When the parrot first heard him it listened in silence for some time; then, to the amazement of all present, it said very emphatically, "You talk too much!" The gentleman, at first embarrassed, presently resumed his Interrupted dis course. Thereupon the parrot laid his head upon one side, gave an indescrib ably comical and contemptuous "H'm!" and addSxi, "There he goes again!' ; THE GOLF BALL How Gravi'y la Foiled In Its Flight Through the Air. Professor Petrie Gnthrie Talt bad lit tle skill at golf, but a vast deal at sci ence. Among the many problems to which he applied his genius were some concerning that apparently simple thing, the flight of a golf ball. And here be found dUBcnlties so baffling that, though he worked over them for years and called on other scientists for Assistance, many mysteries still re mained. One question that be eolved, however, is of curious interest. The force of gravity is the one force we know as most constant and inevita ble. To defeat gravity is almost to suspend one of nature's laws. In his Investigations Professor Talt suddenly became aware that gravity was de feated by the golf ball. The fact ad mitted no doubt. On timing the flight of the ball he discovered that It re mained in the air almost twice as long as it should have under the influence of gravity. Thus, with gravity acting as usual on other things, a drive of 200 yards would be completed in three and a half seconds. A thrown ball, for example, describing the same tra jectory, would remain in the air only that length of time. The golf ball In passing over that 200 yards floated se renely through the air for six and a half seconds. It was clear, then, that in some man ner the gravity was thwarted. Pro fessor Talt attacked the problem of the means, and In tho end he solved it After searching long he found the cause of the prolonged flight in the ro tation given to the ball by the club's impact. The secret lay in the manner of the stroke from the tee. The first principle of the explanation is in the simple fact that an object moving in the direction of the current. To illustrate, when the golfer slices his tali it is made to spin in such fashion that Its front side is constantly in movement to the right Therefore the pressure of the air is greater on the left side than on the right, and the ball curves to the right. When the ball is pulled, the operation is reversed, and I t'le flight bends away to the left. So if the ball is topped the spinning direc- tion of the front is downward. Thus the I)u11 of gravity is aided and the flight is swiftly checked. But every properly driven ball receives an undercut. By he underspin thus Imparted the front s1de of the ball Is made to spin cp- ward; the added pressure is from be- spin. Moreover. Professor Tait demon-! etrated that without this undercut ' when driving the ball would travel J only about half its usual distance. ; The ordinary golfer is quite unaware ! that he gives any underspin to his best j drives, but he does. Without the un dercut his driving would be a continu ous failure. Chicago Record-Herald. Th- Knnritc vrX.ire. Infarts and children are constantly needins a -axative. It is important to now what to five them. Their stomach aad be well are not strong enough for salts, purgative waters or cathartic Pilis. powders or til. lets. Give them a mSd. pleasant, gentle. laxative toolo-Uke Dr. Cald well's Srrap Pepcin. which sells at tha small sera of iO cents or SI at drag stores. It is tfc one treat remedy for you to have ia the bonae tc give ciiiiarea whr t v-.- pv; it. Bob: Just maie some splendid biscuits Gold Medai Flour. Bittt. Inquire P. W, "0 and "$ 1 .oof care Mf Benj. 23-7 1 j FOR RENT Furnished robins; also I office rooms, with steam heat and bath, at The (trend, for gent on!y. i ! rCR KENT B'tcice rooms ana EatZ Ft. Way. ? Ave. See Alfords. Iti-tf. MISCELLANEOUS. JEAD STO"K removed free nf charge. Cash paid if delivered at factory. Telephone charges paid. Automatic phones Factory 4134; Manager's Residence. r:,. Factory on I'nion Pike, 1'2 miles north of Richmond. LUTHERAN SCHOOL FORGER TO FRONT Sunday Schools in an Interest ing Contest A contest has been going on for some time between the Sunday school of the First M. E. church and that of the First English Lutheran. Dtiring the month of May the First M. E. church has been in the lead having an average of 34 more than the Luth eran school. Yesterday this record was broken and the First English Lutheran is now in the lead having an attendance of 352 while that of the Methodist was 304. Next Sunday the banner will be awarded to the school having the largest attendance for the month of May. SUICIDES OVER PARTY GIVEN IN MS HONOR Chicago Dentist Blows Brains Out. His Chicago, May 25. Excusing him self from a party of friends giving a dinner in his honor, yesterday, Dr. Howard Lancaster went to bis room at his home and blew his brains out. He was a prominent dentist and poet. SERVICESJMPRESSIVE Jacksonburg Honors Her Sold ier Dead in Appro priate Manner. LARGE CROWDS ATTEND. Large crowds and appropriate exer cises marked the Memorial Day" exer cises at Jacksonburg yesterday. The lodge of Odd Fellows turned out en mass to assist in the observance of the day. The old soldiers gathered to do reverence to the memory of their dead brethren in the customary manner. The services were held at the church and burial ground. The principal address was delivered by H. E. Penny, county clerk. He spoke of the obligation that rests up on the American public to revere the memory of the veterans of the Civil War. They were credited with being the men who had saved the country when its salvation was needed most. The musical portion of the program was rendered in an excellent manner. The weather conditions were such as to make the crowd one of the largest that has attended the annual exercis es in recent years. A Reason For Thanks. The Impecunious author's wife was trying on a new dress and endeavoring to observe the hang of it by means of a round mirror on top of a high chiffo nier. Every woman will appreciate what that means. "Oh. dear." she exclaimed as she thought with some pathos. "I haven't seen the bottom of my skirt since I was married." ner husband looked up, brute that he was. and remarked: "Well, you can thank your lucky utars for that" New York Press. Had Left For Parts Unknown. In a murder trial in Texas some years ago the counsel for the defense was examining a venireman regarding his qualifications to serve. The candidate admitted that he had once been a member of a jury which tried a negro for murder. It It not permissible In such cases to ask th result of the trial, so the counsel said: "Where is that negro now?" "I don't know,- waa the reply. The sheriff hanged him at the appointed time." No Idle Boast. Eiikina Snoythe tries to make people believe that he belongs to the npper crust" Wilklns WelL 1 ahould think he did belong to the "upper crust." Bilkins In what way doea he show It? Wilklns Always short and easily broke. Brooklyn Life. j Main street. Palladium. FOR KENT Sv I F. Harris. Clender.in &- Co, Richmond. Ind. Manufacturers of High Grade Ferti I:z,rs mayll niomvfrl tf PROM PT Merchants' Delivery ; call phon VMM. Conkt v-Monnineer Ping C.. -jjTt lost" 's IjOST -Gold open faced w atch on Nol andsfork. south of Greensirk road. Retain to 10;? . i,-,tri t jo ward. 19.:t LAUNDRY. We can help make yen happy hois-' estly wa can. Richmond Steam Laurdry. COURT REFUSES TO PAROLE YOUNG MEN ACCUSED OF CRIME (Continued From Page One.) may have concerning the merit of their cases. Judgment Should Rule. "A judge in discharging the duties of his office, should not permit his inclination to over-ride his judgment as to what the law is. One of the most unpleasant things a judge haa to do in the administration of his office, is that of pronouncing sentence upon those who are unfortunately criminals, but this is a duty from which there la no escape, as crime must be punished In order that the public may be pro-, tected. A judge should earnestly strive to do his duty as he sees it and enforce the law as he understands it. This Is the measure of his responsi bility. The sheriff Is charged with the. execution of the sentence hereto fore pronounced." "HORRY ON; THE BOYS ARE INJWrMMIN' " Sheriff Meredith Gets Urgent Sunday Call. "Hurry on and come down here quick. The boys are in swimmln' and slttin' on the bank, naked." This was the message received, by Sheriff Meredith from a farmer resid ing in the vicinity of Larsh's mill, Bite yesterday afternoon. The sheriff did not appreciate the two mile walk 'In order to run the boys out of the water only to have them return as soon a 8 he was out of sight. He decided 'to wait and let the newspapers Issue his annual proclamation against swim ming in the streams near the road side. The sheriff stated Oliver Test who resides south of the city, near. what ls known as the "step off", a favorite swimming hole along the Whitewater, intends to prosecute persons caught swimming there. Boys who swim within the city limits will bear In mind the police authorities say trunks must be worn or arrests will follow. SETTLED OUT OF COURT. Announcement was made in the Wayne circuit court today, the .case of Hanna Chapman vs. Daisy Conway has been settled out of court by com promise. The euit was brought to foreclose a mechanics' lien. The case has been ordered stricken from the. docket. There Is no medicine so sate and at the tame time so pleasant to take ai Dr. Caldwell's Syrap Pepsin, the posHWe core for all diseases arisisv from stomach tremble. The price is very reas onable S0c and H- Your mothr usd Gold Me4aJ Flour. You can't find bctteT. Don't try. Mabtba. NOTICE OF MEETING OF COUNTY COUNCIL. Notice is hereby given that the Wayne County Council will meet in special session at the office of the County Commissioners in the Court House, Richmond, on Saturday, June 6, 1308, at 1:30 p. m. It DEMAS S. COE, Auditor. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF AD MINISTRATOR. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed 'by the Wayne Circuit Court of Indiana, ad ministrator of the estate of Thomas W. Roberta, deceased, late of Wayna County, Indiana. Said estate is aup posed to be solvent. CHARLES A. ROBERTS. Administrator. Shiveley & Shlvtley, Attorneys for Adm. 25-1-8 The Great Blood Purifier. Fr sal by Leo H. Fine. T. F. McDonald and W. H. SudhofL