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WANTED Work to do; cooking, bak
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WANTED To buy an electric fan;
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season; also lawn mowers to clean,
sharpen and repair, called for and
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HELL ROARING TOM
Quits Swearing and All Em
ployes of W. and A.
Do the Same.
THEY LAUGHED AT FIRST.
FELLOW EMPLOYES OF MOST
PROFANE MAN IN ATLANTA
SNEERED, BUT THEIR MOCK
ERY WAS HOLLOW.
Atlanta, Ga., May So . The statement
Is eerlously made that there is not a
locomotive engineer, a fireman, a
switchman, a conductor, a brakeman,
a train dispatcher, a station agent, a
telegraph operator, an engine wiper or
a trackman on the Western & Atlan
tic railroad who swears. The state
ment is made, too, that none of them
rises intoxicating liquors. Maybe you
think the Western & Atlantic is a jerk
water road. Not much. Its main line
extends from here to Chattanooga.
Until two years ago, nearly everybody
on the road swore when the occasion
warranted strong language, but that
was before "Hell Roaring Tom" Har
rison reformed, and, in reforming, re
formed the whole railroad. There
never was a man employed by the W.
& A. who was a match for Tom Har
rison when it came to profanity. He
was pointed out to visitors as the
most profane man in Atlanta. It was
a boast that he could drive a locomo
tive at top speed and turn loose a dif
ferent cuss word for every three feet
of the road between here and Chatta
nooga. And no one was prouder of
his accomplishment than was "Hell
One day there came into the yards
of the Western Atantic a stranger
who stood by while Harrison and a
group of fellow railroaders had a dis
cussion. In the course of the discus
sion "Hell Roaring Tom" turned loose
one of the strings of profanity for
which he was famous. The stranger
made no sign, but that night he knock
ed at the door of Harrison's home and
asked the privilege of a few minutes'
conversation with him.
"I wish 1 knew his name," says Har
rison now in telling the story of the
isit, "but I did not ask it. It was
shortly after supper that he came in.
He did not leave until after breakfast
then next morning. He talked to me
all the night. Then he went away,
and I never have seen or heard of him
since, but he changed the whole
course of my life. He told me that he
had been a great criminal, and that he
was in prison when his soul was awak
ened by a casual reading of the bible.
No clergyman had anything to do
"He did not preach to me. He just
talked to me as man to man, as broth
er to brother. And there we sat the
whole night long, with no thought of
anything but this one of saving my
soul. After breakfast we shook
hands, and he passed out of my life;
but from the minute he came into ray
house up to the present moment I have
not used a profane word. I have
changed in thought, in action and in
And if the stranger wrought a great
change in "Tom" Harrison, so "Tom"
Harrison has wrought a great change
in the employes of the Western & At
lantic. Of course, ther? was a mighty
swell of merriment wheu the word
went forth that "Hell Roaring Tom"
had stopped swearing. But somehow
the mirth seemed hollow and forced in
the presence of Harrison, for instead
of being reckless, devil-may-care and
loud, he changed in a day to an earn
est, serious, patient and kindly man.
who in voice and manner was as dif
ferent from the Harrison of old as it
seemed possible to be. Then, when he
was asked what had caused the re
markable change, he told his story,
told it in the plain, simple language of
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structions, tools given, Saturday
wages, diplomas granted, write for
catalogue. Moler Barber CoVege.
Cincinnati. O. tf
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Phone 31.16. 29-3t
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WAITED CooFlind"sec6ndgirir 114
North 1.1th street. 2-7t
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neatly done at Up-to-date Shoe Re
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wTNTFrDGTri to do general house
the man whose whole heart is in the
telling. And after he told the story
no one felt like using profanity in his
Xhere are some men v;ho have an
unusual gift in influencing the
thoughts of others. Harrison has this
gift to a decided degree, and when he
declared that swearing was only a hab
it, a foul habit, the offensiveness of
which is not realized at all by 05 per
cent of those who indulge in it, others
got to saying the same thing.
This had an excellent effect. Within
a few months if a man used profanity
about the yards of the W. & A. he wa3
looked at with amazement. Along the
whole line the same spirit spread. The
W. & A. is reformed, reformed by a
man who had no training in the evan
gelistic field. Harrison is "Hell
Roaring Tom" no longer. He is
"Tom" today to everyone. Boys, girls,
men and women never think of calling
him Thomas or Mr. Harrison. He
still runs his engine. Occasionally at
night he goes to the Y. M. C. A. and
delivers a short talk. The Y. M. C. A.
people say he is one of the best work
ers for good they ever have had in At
lanta. He goes to church, too, shirk
ing nothing, not even to carrying the
"It's strange, isn't it?" said Harri
son, to a friend the other day. "Only
two years ago I thought all those who
professed religion were fakers. I
did'nt believe that any man or woman
was good. And now it is difficult for
me to understand how I could have
been so blind."
T GALL CRAZY"
This Is Not a Mere Term But a
Possible Stern Reality for
Lovers of Game.
A DOCTOR'S STATEMENT.
Philadelphia, May 30. It will not he
safe after this to say you are "just
crazy over football" if. on. trial for
your liberty, you are obliged to face a
board of alienists. The American
Neurological Association, in thirty
fourth annual meeting assembled at
the College of Physicians, heard from
Dr. Charles K. Mills and Dr. Charles
H. Frazier, of the University of Penn
sylvania, how a woman, whose en
thusiasm for football became an actual
mania, had finally become irresponsi
ble at one of the games, and upon be
ing operated upon in the University
hospital, was found to have a cyst in
her brain three inches in diameter.
"S'.ie couldn't get enough of foot
ball," said Dr. Mills, reviewing the his
tory of the case, "and she went at ev
ery opportunity. She attended a game
here; then she went to New York for
more. She went to the Harvard-Indian
game in Boston and rushed back
here again for the Army and Navy
game. And every time she went to a
football game she would become very
nauseated and dizzy and would be
come partially disorientated. She was
so ill at the last. Army and Navy
game that she attempted to leave the
stand and in heading for the aisles ran
into a post. Her symptoms were left
lateral homonymous hemianopsia and
hemiataxia, especially marked in her
The general depression noticeable
in some quarters at the close cf the
football season was particularly mark
ed in this victim of the new "demen
tia." After her operation her recovery
was rapid and virtually complete, so
far as can be positively ascertained
before the beginning of the next foot
As this is the only case of its kind
yet run to cover by the proper author
ities, too general deductions cannot he
made from it. But it is possible that
suspicious cases will be rigorously
watched when the seasons opens and
persons finding themselves victims of
an uncontrollable fondness for foot
hall may be subjected to examinations
in the interest of science.
Gold Medal Flour makes pfect trad.
work. Judge H. C. Fox, Corner
West Third and National Ave.
WANTED Cheapest, best shorthand,
book keeping, typewriting, Mrs. Hi
ser's school, 15th year. Phone
WANTED Tenor soloist for church
quartet Must read music. Ap
ply F. I. Braffet, Second National
FOR SALE Carriage, phaeton, run
about, all rubber-tired, spring-wagon,
carriage and light harness, two
poles. W. P. Maughton, Spring
Grove, New Phone 3404.
FOR SALE Fire and accident insur
ance. R. L. Moore, at McCain Real
ty Co., 23 X. 9th street. Phone
FOR SALE Go-cart, 434 S. 13th.
FOR SALE Kodak in perfect condi
HIGSEN MAY BE
Probable He Will Be Placed to
Lead the Independence
HE IS AN INDIANA MAN.
THE MAN HAS SERVED THE
LEAGUE IN THE STATE OF MAS
SACHUSETTS IN SEVERAL PO
Springfield, Mass., May P0. With
all the mystery that covers the selec
tion of a presidential candidate of the
Independence national party there is
persistent mention of the name of
Thomas L,. Hisgen that seems to mark
him as the man for the honor.
Who is Hisgen? He is in charge of
an independent oil company at West
Springfield, just across the river from
this thriving city. It is a branch of
an oil company and the largest axle
grease factory in the world, located at
Albany, and Hisgen is president of the
He has done big things. Starting
from nothing he has in twenty years
developed a great industrial concern,
made his fortune, and whipped the
Standard Oil Co.
Hisgen was born at Petersburg, Ind.
in 1858. When he was sixteen years
old he removed with his parents and
ten other children of the family to a
farm near Albany, N. Y. In a few
years he and three of his brothers se
cured employment as clerks in a
clothing store. They were successful.
It then occurred to Thomas that if
they could sell clothing for another
man probably they could sell things
for themselves, preferably something
of their own manufacture.
Their father, who was Something
of a chemist, had a formula for mak
ing axle grease. Two of the boys
made it and the other two acted as
selling agents. That was in 1888. Ten
years later, the Standard Oil Co.,
which also sells axle grease, offered
them $600,000 for their business.
They declined the offer, and the
Standard by the use of its character
istic methods, set out to ruin them.
Most dealers who handle axle grease
also sell kerosene. The Standard no
tified these dealers that unless they
quit dealing with the Hisgen brothers
they would get no oil. The Hisgens
met this emergency by going into the
oil business. They have met the
Standard at every point, however,
have beaten it and have increased
Hisgen was nominated for state aud
itor on the independence league ticket
two years ago and received 150,000
votes. As league candidate for gov
ernor last year he polled 75,000 votes
which was 6,000 more than were cast
for the regular democratic nominee.
"I feel confident," he says, "that the
independence national party will poll
3.000,000 votes this year and that in
1912 it will sweep the country."
He wedded in 1900, Miss Barbara
Fox of Albany. They have three
children. Tom, junior, aged 6, Cather
i ine, 5, and Henrietta, 2 years old.
WOMEN ARE VULGAR
AT PRETIY WEDDINGS
Vicar of St. Catherine's Enters
A Bitter Protest.
Washington, D. C, May SO The ir
reverence and vulgarity of women
spectators at weddings is the subject
of a bitter remonstrance by the vicar
of St. Catherine's, Leytonstone. a
London suburban parish. Referring in
the parish magazine to women who
attended, a recent wedding, he writes:
" Though dressed as ladies tbey were
tion. No. 3, 34x44. at less than
two-thirds cost. Brehrn, 517 Main.
FOR SALE Cheap, driving mare,
work-horse: call mornings or even
ings; 622 N. 13th. 30-2t
FOR SALE Small farm near cityTes1
pecially adapted for dairy and poul
try. Address "Bargain," care of
FOR-SALE Turtles at Muey'i7 cov
ner South II and Liberty avenue.
FOR SALE $6.00 Mission lamp for
$4.50, while they last; for electric
light or gas. Antique Furniture Co.,
519 Main. 25-7t
FOR SALE A car load of horses every
Saturday and Monday at Gus Taube's
FOR SALE OR TRADE Modern resF
dence. Easy terms. Phone
FOR SALE City real estate. Forter
field, Kelley Block. 0-tf
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nothing more than female hooligans.
These people amused themselves and
disturbed others by standing on chairs
and commenting audibly on other
women's dresses and pricing the ma
terials. We had a policeman to re
strain the curiosity of children outside
but I thought we might trust the re
spectability of Ieystoustone for de
cent behavior inside the church."
An incandescent lamp in its green
shade, will when turned upwar toward
the ceiling, spread a soft and pleas
antly diffused light plenty strong
enough for a room where no one is
reading. When the lamp is so used
no shadows are cast.
Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad Co.
Eastbound Chicago Cincinnati
Lv Cottage Grove
Ar Cincinnati ....
Westbound Cincinnati Chicago
K " I IIU i I 1
2 4 6 32
, STATIONS Except
Sunday Dal,y Dally Sunday
Lv Cincinnati 8.40am 9.00pm 8.40am
Lv Cottage Grovo 10.15am 10.40pm 10.15am
Lv Richmond 10.55am 11.15pm 6.30pm 10.55am
Lv Muncie 12.17pm fl2.45am 8.00pm 12.17pm
Lv Marion 1.19pm 1.44am 9.00pm 1.19pm
Ar Pern 2.15pm 2.35am 10.00pm 2.15pm
Lv Peru 2.25pm 2.45am 4.50pm
Ar Chicago (12th St. Station) 6.40pm 7.00am 9.20pm
Through Vestibuled Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati over our
own rails. Double daily service. Through Sleepers on trains Nos. 3 and 4
between Chicago and Cincinnati. Local eleeper between Muncie, Marlon,
Peru and Chicago, handled in trains Nos. 5 and 6, between Muncie and
Peru, thence trains Nos. 3 and 4, between Peru and Chicago.
For train connections and other information call
C. A. BLAIR.
Home Telephone 2062.
DR. A. O. MARTIN Mm,Vg$3?mfm
Thoroughly Equipped for Up-to-Date Dentistry.
Take a KODAK With You
Anybody can Kodak. Good results from the start. No dark
room. Daylight all the way.
COMPLETE OUTFITS FROM $1.00 UP.
W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main St.
Enter the Summer Term
Monday, June 1
RICHMOND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone 2040 L. B. Campbell, Res. Mgr. Phone 1096
Baked Ham (cooked done,
Chips (fresh); Bulk Olives,
Phone 2292. .
LOST Brown purse containing $S.
and cards with name Ruth Nisewan
der, between Knollenberg's and
North 7th. between Main and A.
Finder return to Orville Ashinger.
Knollenberg's store. ;u 2t
LOST Pair spectacle? near cor. IlV.i
ar.ri Main. Leave at Hudson's cm
eery. Receive reward. 31 -2t
LOST Thursday afternoon, grass side i
on North Kith and North F. to 12th
up North 12th to Owen's farm.
Finder please notify McDarby, Pal
ladium carrier, 51." North iwth. 2i-3t
FOR RENT-Five room house, 3.T. S.
loth. 31-1 1
FOR RENT Five room
North ltrth. street.
FOR RENT Cottage, S03 N. H street;
call at 309 S. 9th street. 31-2t
FORTRENT Five- robms4lT Wesl
The Great Blood Purifier. Fr sale
by Leo H. Fine. T. F. McDonald and
W. II. Sudhoff.
Th Sunrise Of Life.
Infants and children are constantly needing S
axative. It is important to know what to give
them. Their stomach and bowels are not strong:
enough for (alts, purgative waters or cathartic
pills, powders or t-blets. Give them a mild,
pleasant, gentle, laxative tonio like Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin, which sells at the small
sum of 50 cents or 1 at drug stores. It la the
no great remedy for you to have ia the bouse to
children w"- '- - ' 1 ft.
P. & T. A.
H. Lackey, DENTIST
12 North Tentb St.
Successor to Dr. Hamilton
it's delicious); Potato
Third: also house, ;;.; Randolph'
street; North Mh '.nvt. : '.n '
FOR KENT Four" i m '..-t;ag. in
fine location; electric lights; see me,
quick; Al H. Hunt. ;trt-2t
FOR RENl" Furnished rooms; alio
office rooms, with steam heat and
bath, at The Cirsnd, for gent only.
fTlTTfENT-B"us'iEeT9 rooms and flatsT
Ft. Wsyfis Ave. See Alfords. Ui-tf.
FIRE INS FRANCE Richmond In
surance Agency, Hans N. Koll. Mgr.
716 Main. may; sun & thur tf
Bl ILD A HOI'S E T honi psons"Ag"
tncy. Consummated th.rt.-e building
loans In two days. 3'K't
NOTICE Geisha ROUGE foFt he" face
and lips. To Introduce Geisha Rouge
into thousands at new homes we
wPl send one regular 50c site bottle
to all who answer this advertise
ment and inclose 10 cents to cover
cost of postage. Remember this is
Don't Play a Long Shot !
The Favorite in the
Smokers1 Handicap is the
American Kid Cigar
Ask Your Dealer
Ed. A. Feltman, Mfr.
I INSURANGE.REAL ESTATE
t LOANS, RENT8 g
t W. H. Bradbury & Son J
Rooms 1 and 3, Wostoott Blk J
SEE OUR SPRING LINE
V I aaa
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Fire Insurance Agents. Will go on
your Bond. Will Insure you against
Burglary, Theft and Larceny. Room
16, I. O. O. F. Bldg., Phones, Home
1589. Bell 53 IL
Terre Haute, Indianapolis &
Eastern Traction Co.
(Time Table Effective Oct. 27, 1907.)
Trains leave Richmond for Indian
apolis and intermediate stations at
6:00 a. m., 7:25, S:00, 9:25, 10:00.
11:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:25, 3:00. 4:00.
5:25. 6:00, 7:30, 8:40, 9:00, 10:00,
Last car to Indianapolis, 8:40 p. m.
Last car to New Castle, 10:00 p. m.
Trains connect at Indianapolis for
Lafayette, Frankfort, Crawfordsville,
Terre Haute, Clinton, Sullivan, Paris
(Ills.) Tickets sold through.
Don't try to makf ancH food utiles you
use Gold tfdal Flour. Belinda..
Go via The Terre Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern
Traction Co., when attending The 32nd National
Saengerfest of the North American Saengerbund,
Indianapolis, June 17-20. Special Service. Low Rates.
Burn Artificial Gas in an
Artiiieial Gas Range.
Do it now and watch
your gas bill.
Richmond Light, Heat & Power Co.
not a sample bottle, but a regular
r.'V sue bottle. Agents wanted.
Wii'e for liberal terms. Address
Ktisha Mfg Co. 62 East 131st St .
New York. apr26-sun-tf
PRO M PT Merchants- Delivery ; call
phone 1904. Conkey-Monninser
Drug Co. 25-7t
MONEY LOANED Low ratea, easy
terms. Thompson's loau aad rsil
estate agency. Wide stair. 710
Main stree. Bonds automatic
phco No COOS. l-wd-tbur frUat-tf
We can help make ycu happy hoc
estly wa can. Richmond Steam
Bibbs Mrs. liotueleigh nays ber hus
band is a great sufferer.
Glbbs-I'm not nurpriHsl. How lor.g
has he beeu married to her?
to see the
W. II. Rogers
The Kiblinger Motor Buggy
$375.00 and upwards.
A practical, successful, economical,
automobile at a small cost. Double
cylinder, air cooled. 10-12 1L 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.
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