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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TEIjEGR AM, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
PAGE FIVE. Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder Cleanses, preserves and beautifies the teeth, and ' Purifies the breath A superior dentifrice for people of refinement Established in 1866 by POWERS CASE COSTLY Kentucky Spent $40,000 in The Endeavor to Pun ish the Man. OTHER CASES TO BE HEARD. Frankfort, Ky., July 7. When Judge J. S. Morris went to Georgetown yes terday and ordered the case of the commonwealth against Caleb Powers stricken from the docket the last step in the most famous murder case in the history of the state was brought to an end. Judge Morris called the case, as this was the day set for the opening of the apecial term of court. The Scott coun ty jailer filed the pardon that had been granted Powers, and the judge ordered auch an entry made in the record. He also ordered the expense of the last trial naid. amounting to $5,000, and that the Marlin rifle said to have been used in killing Ooebel be returned to Orant L. Roberts of this city. The trial of Powers has cost the Btate 140.000. The trials of Taylor and Charles Finley are the only ones left to be held in the Goebel murder case They will be called at the next term of the Franklin court. Just Exactly Right. "I have used Dr. King's New Life PillB for several years, and find them just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Fel ton. of Harrisville. N. Y. New Life Pills relieve without the least discom lort. Best remedy for constipation, biliousness and malaria. 25c. at A. G, JLiUken & Co. drug store. OFFICERS NAMED FOR . MILTON FARMERS BANK Mordica Doddridge Is Elected President. Milton, Ind., July 7. The stockhold ers of the Farmers' Bank of Milton, held their semi-annual meeting and annual election at Milton July 6. All stockholders excepting two, Howard Mount and C. O. Hurst, were present. AJ. Hart, C. O. Hurst, Mordica Dod dridge, Jas. Mount and L. W. Beeson were elected directors. The board then elected Mordica Doddridge, president; C. O. Hurst, vice president; l. W. Bee son, cashier; O. M. Kerlln, assistant cashier. A dividend of 5 per cent semi annually, was declared. Resolu tions were passed. Cured at Home Will be at Arlington Hotel, Rich mond, Friday, July 10, and until noon. 11 Saturday. All persons, Male or Female, suffer ing from loss of Expelling Forces, Pro lapsing, Fissures, Fistulas. Catarrh, Inflamation, Ulceration, Constipation, Bleeding, Blind or Itching Piles, are kindly requested to call and see me. No Examination No Operation Medicine placed direct to the diseas ed parts by yourself. I claim the most complete successful, original and sen Bible method of curing these terrible afflictions ever offered to the public. By the use of my Positive Painless Pile Core All the above named rectal diseases can be cured as easily as if it were on the outside. Come in and see me and learn something worth knowing; it may save you hundreds of dollars 8nd years of suffering. Most kindly yours, S. U. TARNEY Bole Proprietor and Manufacturer, AUBURN, IND. SOCIAL To Reach the Society Editor, Call Home Phone 1121. or Bell Phone 21 EVENTS FOR TODAY. Missionary society of the First Christian church meets with Mrs. John Sheffer. Ladies Aid society of the Whitewater Friends church meets this afternoon with Mrs. Leander Woodard at her home in Spring Grove. The Ladies Aid society of the United Brethren church will give a social this evening in the church parlors. The affair will be in honor of new mem bers of the congregation. A party composed of Miss Mae Burns, Miss Eleanor Murphy. Miss Katherine Murphy, Miss Bertha Dwy er, Miss Mayme Murphy, Miss Anna Kelley of this city and the Misses Mollie and Alice Jackson of Butte, Mont., are visiting in Richmond. Ind. They are the guests of Mrs. William Torbeck. Indianapolis -Star. jJ Miss Ruby Ilaner of South Four teenth street is entertaining Miss Eva Demand of Oxford, O., for a few days. Miss Demand, is also visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Frances Edmunds, while in the city. J Miss Ola Cummings, of Middletown, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hoeffer of Richmond, Ind., spent Sunday with Miss Edith Aldag at her home on Ran dolph street Indianapolis Star. i The hostess seem to be tired of par ties and home affairs. Picnics are quite popular and more have been given this year than in several years past. House parties and camping par ties are also being enjoyed to a great extent. Several parties from this city are now in camp. Mr. Roland Coate, Mr. Malcolm Robbins, Mr. Wiley Glass and Mr. Andrew Scott will leave this week for Cold Springs where they will camp for about three weeks. .4 t Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heet and daugh ter of this city, with Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Greenwald of Springfield. Ohio, were delightfully entertained by friends at Hamilton, Ohio, over Satur day and Sunday. A hay wagon party was given in their honor on the Fourth. The merry crowd drove to the beautiful country home of Mrs. Stoh near Hamilton, where an elegant dinner was served. Jt Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Nelson have issued Invitations for a reception in honor of their fifteenth wedding anni versary. They read as follows: Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Nelson will re ceive Monday evening, July twentieth, nineteen hundred and eight at Grace M. E. church. Hours 7:30 to 10:30. The Woman's Home and Foreign missionary society of the First Eng lish Lutheran church, will meet Wed nesday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock at the home of Mrs. William H. Sudhoff, 22S South Fourth street .2 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper and Ralph Cooper, Junior,- Mr. and Mrs Clinton Sells, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howells, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kirkman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ridenour, with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson.of Liberty, who have been camping in Unthank's grove north of Webster, have returned to their homes. Jt J j Mr. Emmett Bartel and Mr. Nor man Craighead will give a dancing party, Friday evening, July tenth, in the pavilion at Jackson's park. Mem bers of the Tuesday evening cotillion class which met regularly during the winter months, have received invita tions. Miss Dorothy Vaughan of North Tenth street, is the guest of Miss Om wake of Avondale. After a short visit there, Miss Vaughan will go to Petos- ky, where she will be joined by Mrs Frank Vaughan. Miss Clara Brown of Earlham col lege, has returned from Covington, O., where she has been visiting for a few days. P K Mr. T. A. Mott, superintendent of the Grace M. E. Sunday school, assist ed by J. . Mount, assistant superin tendent, and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, ladv as sistant, gave a reception last evening in the church parlors for the older stu dents of the school and also for the teachers and officers. A short busi ness session was held after which Mrs. J. W. Taylor gave an interesting report of a Sunday school convention which was held recently at Louisville and to which she was a delegate. The remaining hours were spent in a s cial manner. Refreshments wort served. JS ,7)1 The members of the Penny club wil. meet tomorrow afternoon at Glen Mil ler park. The affair will be in the nature of a picnic. Supper will be served at six-thirty o'clock in the east part of the park. If the weather should prove unfavorable the meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Swain, 61 South Fifteenth street. v . Mr. Charles Bullerdick entertained with a camping party over Saturday and Sunday in the Waid's campinp ground. Those who attended were: Misses Maude Trimble. Lucy McEl downey, Pearl Verregge and Trusa Williamson. Messrs. Mont Norris. Warner Railsback and Charles King. The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. John Puthoff with their lit tle son Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jordan were guests of the party for dinner and supper Sunday. A Mrs. E. B. Grosvenor will entertain tomorrow evening at her home. 7TO National road, west. ." J Mrs. S. S. Saxton and children of Chicago, who have been the guests of NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Elgar Hibberd for sever al weeks, returned home last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. LIndemuth have returned to their home in Chi cago after visiting in this city for a few days. 4 Miss Mary Dunham is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dunham of North Tenth street for sev eral weeks. Miss Dunham has been connected with the library of the Uni versity of Texas for about four years. She will assist next year In the new Carnegie library at Indiana Universi ty, of which Mr. Will Jenkins, former- 15' of this city, is librarian. Miss Dun ham is a graduate of the Library School at Albany, New York. Miss Marcella Luken and Mrs. John Harrington, Jr., entertained last even ing at the home of the former on South Thirteenth street. The affair was complimentary to Miss May Ditto of Fort Wayne. The evening was spent at cards, the games being played at six tables. Miss Ditto was award ed the prize. At the conclusion of the game a luncheon in several courses was served. The guests were: Misses Mable Barber, Blanch Griffin, Kath leen Murray. Anna McCarthy, Elsie Beeler, Blanche Fay and a Miss Hutz ell of Fort Wayne, with Miss Marie Davis, Anna Harrington, Esther Mc- Kone, Mable Steinkamp, Blanch Lu ken. Alice Griffin, Catherine Conroy, Maude Flanagan, Mary Barton; Mes dames Arnold Pfeiffer, Arnold Klein and Karl Meyers. FOUNTAIN CITY HAS TWO ACCIDENTS Cannon Firecrackers and Sky rocket Do the Work. Fountain City, Ind., July 7. Charlie Clark got his hand badly torn and burned Saturday evening with a can non fire cracker. He thought it was not going to go off so picked it up and it exploded while in his hand. The other boys warned him not to pick it up. Negro Injured. Mr. Will Cottman. colored, got his hand and arm badly burned in town Saturday. A sky rocket went off while in his hand. You Can Have a Cool Kitchen. A soap that can be used without boiling is a great blessing to woman kind. Its use means the absence of those steamy, sudsy smells that makes wash day intolerable. Think of avoid ing the roasting fires, and the big fuel bills that go with them. All this com fort may be had by the users of Easy Task soap. Isn't it worth a trial? 5c a cake everywhere. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS (Furnished by County Recorder Mosbaugh.) Thomas R. Manning to Cornelius E. Wiley, part S. E. 'Jl-15-1, Franklin township, $6,533. Cornelius E. Wiley to Thos. R. Man ning, part N. E. 11-155-1, Franklin township, $2,MX Joseph T. Wetherell to Joseph P. Carty, lot 25 Home Add to Richmond, $1,025. Carra L. Brown to Martha E. Carty, part north half 32-14-1 Rchmond, $500. Daniel R. Ellabarger to Belle C. Bailey, lot 16 pt 17 Mendenhall & Price add to Richmond, $rt,200. It Can't Be Beat. The best of all teacners is experi ence. C. M. Harden, of Silver City, North Carolina, says: "I find Electric Bitters does all that's claimed for it. For Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles it can t be beat. I have tried it and find it a most excellent medi cine." Mr. Harden is right; it's the best of all medicines also for weak ness, lame back, and all run down con ditions. Best too for chills and ma laria. Sold under guarantee at A. G. Lunken & Co. drug store. 50c. 'Those who hesitate are lost, Sleeplessness, Despon dency, Nerve Depression, Malaria, Weak Heart, will all disappear If You Use BISHOP'S Am0r (Absolutely Non-Alcoholic) E. C. PARMEL.EE. Highland, n. J.. writ "Have purchased two bottle of Am-or-ou from Heg-emaa'a Fbarmaey In New York City. nd found thrm U to th good and bear oat all you claim for It." PETEK DENZINGF.R. 409 22a t.. CoJlegepoint. N. Y.. writes"! received your sample of Am-or-ou and have tided it with eplendid result. Enclosed please find H.OO for further supply." A free f enarom sample.- tablet form, on application to Penn Drug Co. Ffciladelpbi. Fa. jold and recommended by Leo Fine, 830 Main St. Westcott Phar- macy, 1004 Main St. J. M. Qurjiey, Court House Pharmacy, wait, 415 N. 8th 8t C. Thistleth- On TIED THE KNOT DOUBLY TIGHT De Sagan Weds Mme. Gould Under Civil and Relig ious Ceremonies. FRENCH MAN COO-COOING. SAYS BOTH HE AND HIS WIFE ARE HAPPY HE CHANGES HIS RELIGION BEFORE MARRIAGE IS SOLEMNIZED. London, July 7. After much delay the Gould-De Sagan wedding took place today. In order that the marri age might conform with whatever laws obtain, either iri France or Ger many, the couple decided to have a double ceremony performed. A civil one took place before the Registrar n Henrietta street, the religious one in the Lutheran church in Soho square. Prince De Sagan said tonight: "I am quite happy and may say that my future wife is also very happy. On the day following the wedding my wife and I leave for France. I have, it is true, become a Protestant. It was impossible for me as a Catholic to marry in the Catholic church and not desiring to be half married that is, have it said my wife had married me, but I had not married her I de cided to become a Protestant. Mme Gould has also reverted to Protestant ism." A REVELATION. It is a revelation to people, the se vere cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foley's Honey and Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs. L. M Ruggles, Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had consumption, and I got no better until I took Folov's Honey and Tar. It stopped the hem morrhages and pain in my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet." A G. Luken & Co. 10' FORGET J. W. KERN They Will Vote for Gray First For Vice-President, and Then for Kern. MANY H00SIERS IN DENVER. DELEGATION IS NOW SECOND LARGEST ON SCENE AND MORE ARE EXPECTED MARSHALL ARRIVES. Denver, Col., July ".The fact that the letter "D" comes before "I" in the .call of the states at the convention has cleared off the vice presidential situation in Indiana. It was general ly admitted by the closest friends of John W. Kern and the highest demo crats in the state that when Delaware proposes George Gray of that state, for vice president the Indiana delega tion, on the instance and at the wish of Kern, will cast its vote for Gray. Should Delaware fait to name Gray, or should the New England man fail of nomination, the Indiana men will return to their instructions for Kern and vote for him until a vice president is nominated. These facts became apparent last night and were generally admitted by the Indiana delegates. "We are for John Kern if Gray is out of the race, and we are doing our best with Delaware to get them to put Gray in the fight," said one delegate from the Indianapolis district. "We realize that Kern as matters stand at present, has no chance ?nd Gray Is our choice for the vicepresidency." Distribution of tickets occupied the Indiana men all of the early part of last evening. John W. Kern presided at the meeting, and no more serious business than seeing that delegates and alternates were attended to was indulged in. Big Delegation on Hand. With the possible exception of New York, Indiana claims the honor of hav ing the largest delegation at the dem ocratic national convention. The big delegation already here was largely in creased when the Indiana democratic 1 club of Indianapolis, headed by Thom as F. Marshall, of Columbia City, the democratic nominee for governor, ar rived in Denver. The Hoosiers who were already on the ground marched to the station and gave a rousing wel come to "the next governor of Indi ana" and members of the democratic club. ; Two brass bands played "On the Banks of the Wabash Far Away," and there was a rivalry between the musi cians and those who cheered for Bry an and Marshall. All the democratic leaders from In diana, such as Thomas Taggart. Stokes Jackson. John E. Lamb, Lin coln Dixon. John W. Holtzman and others, said the fact that such a large j number of democrats had traveled all the way from Indiana to Denver testi-) fied to the enthusiasm and the zeal of j Indiana democrats. 1 Taggart, Kern. Lamb and Marshall : were in conference for some time. All jjjsaid that politics was not discussed, H. i but arrangements were being made to supply the large number of Indiana; ; ceiegates witn tiCKets 10 uie conven tion. However, it was learned thatj ND ANA MEN ffe iqjianq democrats hare not lost 1 Ladies' Gause Vests 5c Ladies' Union Suits 25c The Prettiest Ribbon Combs In Richmond. See Them. $1.25 White Waist 89c See Them. THE PEOPLE'S STORE Open Evenings. Both Phones. sight of Kern's vice presidential boom by any means. They are simply sitting in the mid dle of the boat and hoping that a sit uation will develop which may call for the nomination of Korn. Repre sentative Lincoln Dixon said: "Tho Indiana democrats are united for Kern for vice president, but we do not want to do anything unless we know exactly where we are at." It is known that Kern wants the vice presidential nomination, and the In We'll Buy One Package. Then You'll KYiow The best way to know Mapl-Flake is to use it. So we offer to buy the first package, to let the food itself show you how much you've missed. Let us do it now. These are not good days for fad foods. Hot weather is the time for whole wheat. Whea't is the food of the ages. The time will never come when other cereals can take the place of wheat. It is doubly important now, because it pro duces the minimum heat. And it gives the max imum nourishment. Heat-producing foods, in summer, should be sparingly employed. At least one meal a day should be Mapl-Flake and fruit. Comfort and health demand it. But wheat uncooked would be indigestible. And wheat half-cooked would only half digest. The particles must be separated by a fierce heat so the digestive juices can get to them. Else part of the wheat goes to waste. Worse than that, it ferments and causes digestive dis orders. Even mere economy requires that the wheat be prepared in the proper way. So we spend 96 hours to make Mapl-Flake. It could be prepared, as some flakes are, in 18 or 20 hours. We steam-cook the wheat for six hours. Then we cure it for days a partial digestive process. Then we flake each separate berry so thin that the full heat of our ovens can attack every particle. Then those thin flakes are toasted 30 minutes in a heat of 400 degrees. I t""'"V fy" """""" 1 1, 11 1 , ,mm 1 11 1 This Week's Greatt Values In Lawns, Shirt Waists, Skirts, Suits, Underwear A $5.00 Silk Embroid'd Waist 1 $10 The Busy Store, 9th and Main diana democrats are relying upon the fact that Indiana is a pivotal state and that the national loaders will deter mine at the last minute that it will be good politics to take Bryan's running mate from Indiana. It was rumored that Indiana was one of the states that would be glad to leave Bryan at any time. Dixon, who was at headquarters nearly all day, said: "It can not be stated too emphatic ally that Indiana will stand by Bryan I - i a. 6c Lawns 3Jc 25c Lawns 13Jc New Lot Ribbon Combs 25c 35c 50c 65c. 121c Lawns 8c See Them. first, last and all the time. There ! no state In the union where the democ racy is more loyal to Bryan than In Indiana." Favor Anti-Injunction Plank. A number of th Indiana delegates are outspoken in favor of an anti-Injunction plank. The Indiana headquarters is la charge of J. M. Coyle, of Peru, and he says that the number of Indiana dem ocrats in attendance at the convention will exceed 000. And the wheat is cooked in pure maple syrup, to give it that enticing flavor. We want chil dren to like best the food that is best for them. So do you. So we make this perfect food more delicious than any inferior food. Those who eat it onto, never will go without it. One Package Free Mapl-Flake itself can tell you more than words can tell about it. So we ask you to try it, at our expense, rather than have you delay. Don't let other children have better food than yours. Learn what Mapl-Flake means to them. Just send us this coupon now, before you forget it. We will then send you an order, good at your grocer's, for a full-size package free. See if it's as good as we say. Cut Out This Coupon mmd nail It to th Ryglaalc T4 C.. BattU Cra. Mick. I have never used Mapl Flake, but if you will send me an order on my grocer for a 15c package free, I shall be glad to try it. rr. I flame St. Address. City