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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1908.
JOHNSON AGAIN SWEARS SUPPORT Will Not Oppose Bryan in the State Over Which He Is Governor. For HE HAS NO SORE SPOTS. NOTHING RANKLES IN HIS HEART AND HE FEELS ALL RIGHT ABOUT IT, SAYS ENVOY TO FAIRVIEW. PAGE TEN, 1 F?l J u Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 6. Of more than usual significance was the visit to Falrview of Frank B. Lynch, of St. Paul, Democratic national committee man from Minnesota and manager of Governor Johnson's campaign for the presidential nomination at the Denver convention. Mr. Lynch arrived in com pany with B. F. Nelson of Minneapolis, president of the State Fair Associa tion. Mr. Lynch's presence at Falrview was at the special request of Mr. Bry an. He lost no time in conveying to the Democratic nominee Governor Johnson's assurance of loyal support of the Democratic ticket and intention to take the stump in Mr. Bryan's be half. "There is no animosity toward Bry an in Minnesota," said Mr. Lynch. "While I do not promise that the Dem ocrats will carry Minnesota this year, I think they have a very good chance." Mr. Lynch declared nothing rankled In Governor Johnson's heart because be was defeated for the nomination. "He feels all right about it," said he, "and all Minnesota Democrats are for Bryan." The business which brought Dr. Nel son to Falrview was to invite Mr. Bryan to attend the State Fair in St. Paul and deliver an address. The in vitation was accepted, the date being fixed at Aug. 31, but with the under standing that there should be no charge for admission to the grounds on that day. It was announced the St. Paul speech would be the only one Mr. Bryan will make in Minnesota dur ing the campaign. The subject to be discussed probably will be the tariff. EXCELLENT HEALTH ADVICE. Mrs. M. M. Davison, of No. 379 Gil ford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says: "The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family remedy, for headache, bilious ness and torpor of the liver and bow els is so pronounced that I am prompt ed to say a word In its favor, for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions. There is more health for the digestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than in any other remedy I know of." Sold under guar antee at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store, 50c. STRAUGHN, IND. Straughn, Ind., Aug. 6. Mrs. Betsy Walters and Mrs. Ben Brinner are 111. Rev. Heoffer of Richmond has been engaged to preach at the Christian church the coming year. He is now starting his fourteenth year as pastor of the local church. Miss Goldie Moore has returned home from Marion, Ind., where she graduated from the Normal school. She will be assistant principal at Greentown, Ind., the coming school year. HOW TO AVOID APPENDICITIS Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated. Foley's Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels. Foley's Orino Laxative does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take. Re fuse substitutes. A. G. Luken & Co. GREENSFORK. IND. Greensfork, Ind., Aug. 6. Ell Cates, Jr., the base ball twirler for the Wash ington City league team, left Monday to join the club at Cleveland, Ohio. William Wilson and Stewart Thomp Bon of Jacksonburg were in town Mon day. Miss Frank Dean has returned from a visit with her sisters in Chicago. A number of people from here at tended the Old Settlers picnic at Bal lengers lake near Economy Tuesday. Rev. Wolford and wife of Chambers burg, Pa., are guests of relatives here. Ollle Nicholson of Indianapolis is spending a few days with his father Rhodes Nicholson. Mr. Sanders of Indianapolis spent Wednesday here. Mrs. Frank Boyd and children have HaUtual , Constipation May pcrmarvently overcome by proper "personal efforts vitKtre assistance of the one truly benejicial laxative remedy, Syro of figs and UuwsfSetn, jwKicK enables one to form regular Habits aatfy so that assistance lo a lure may be gradual)? dispensed vhn no longer needed a trie best of remeaics.w'hcnreauircd, are to assist tature arw! not to supjJant tne natar. a) unctions, vlucn. must depend ulli mately upon proper nourishment, proper cJJorts,and rigkt living general. JTogettts beneficial effects, always hy the genuine Manufactured ty tfc California Tic Syrup Co. only s0u bymluadinc drugcists mtvxt wy price 50t flottlt 4 Bth are weBeome to come to the beautiful iftyoff Richmond j LnJ l1 f u vj y F1 E I o c X o Along with the rest, welcomes you to their warerooms, Cor. Tenth and Main Streets, and will give each and every person a FREE RIDE TO THEIR FAC TORY, which is the most modern machine shop of its kind in the country. We Will eve s P jyso K1 from early morning until late at night, which takes place in our warerooms. Come hereand make yourself AT HOME. You are welcome. We have a few upright pianos that have been used, but are AS GOOD AS NEW, and we will place them on sale at decidedly big reductions, which lasts only during the Good Roads Con gress, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th. as; A Few Organs Which We Will Dispose of Very Cheap at (fix 51 O up Y0 o oats' -in TH W Wi&m ST, been the guests of her mother Mrs. Rose Chamberlain at Centerville for a few days. Mrs. Florence Nicholson and Harry Davis of Hagerstown were calling on friends here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunton of Rich mond are spending the week with rel atives here. Miss Jessie Anderson of Indiana polis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd for a few days. Mrs. Maraby Bennett has returned to her home here after spending sev eral weeks in Richmond. Ex-Commissioner James Martindale and wife attended the Old Settlers pic nic at Economy Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brooks spent Tuesday at Economy. Ora Smith arrived home from Okla homa City, Okla., Tuesday after hav ing a light attack of typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings of Union City and Mrs. Stevenson of Winchester have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevenson. Charles Stetson of Richmond was in town Wednesday. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge Citv. Ind.. Aue. 6. Mr. ' and Mrs. Wid Forkner of Lewisville, :were here Tuesday. j Mrs. Will Hunt is spending several days with friends in Greensfork. I Miss Madge Miesse and Miss Flos- ; sie Copeland, who have been visiting : friends in this city, returned to Green ville, Tuesday evening. At the regular meeting of the School Board Tuesday evening. Dr. H. B. Boyd was elected President, Dr. J. E. Wright, secretary, and W. A. Creltz, treasurer. Claud Kitterman made a business trip to Spencer, Ind., the first of the week. Mrs. James Scott, of Chicago, and Mrs. Joe Teetor, of Hagerstown, are the guests of their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Crossley. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Canaday, of New Castle, are for a couple of days with friends. Miss Thelma Runimel of Connera vllle, attended the party given for Miss Dorothy Moore, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Converse of Chi cago, are the guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Converse, and sister. Miss Muriel. Ernest Shockley, of Straughns, was In the city, Wednesday. Mrs. Pearl McCrory, of Falmouth, is the guest of Mrs. John Manlove. Dr. D. H. Dean and family, of Rush ville are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Wright. The Business Men's Association held a meeting Wednesday evening. Misses Mayme Metts, Mary Dillon and their guest, Miss Agnes Spencer, spent Tuesday in Richmond. Mrs. Mont Washburn and children of Anderson, who have been visiting in this city, returned home Tuesday morning. Gage Rife has returned after a week spent in Charleston, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boden and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler are among the Niagara excursionists. Mr. William Hunt entertained Clay- Itching or Psoriasis. Use Blanchard's Eczema Lotion Prof. J. Blanchard, Skin Specialist, 3811 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, will diagnose your skin disease Free, also give advice, and state how the disease will act, and disappear, under use of his Lotion. How many are there that can do this? Write for symptom blank. His Lotion is sold At CONKEY & MOXNLGER'S Richmond, Ind. ton Stonecipher at supper, Tuesday evening. Thoughtful Drummer. Salesman: "Mr. Osborn, did it ever occur to you how seldom your clerks introduce goods of merit and profit to customers." "Yes, I am aware of it, Mr. Salesman, your remark is too true. I am constantly instructing them on that particular point. Only this morn ing a lady came in to make her week ly purchases of groceries and among the articles she wanted was a cheap soap. I knew Easy Task was the highest grade goods of its kind on my shelf and sold her a quarter's worth. She will buy it again, everyone does who uses it once." ECONOMY, IND. Economy, Ind., Aug. 6. The "Old Folks' Picnic" at Ballenger's park on Tuesday was attended by a fair sized crowd. Aaron Worth of Fountain City delivered the principal talk. Miss Flossy Neff, the charming daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Neff of Greensfork gave a reading. Mr. and Mrs John Lamb of Rich mond spent Tuesday here. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCullough of Muncle were here for the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lamb were here Tvjesday and returned to Richmond Wednesday morning. Horace Kimball of Cincinnati is here vlsisting relatives. Miss Blanche Fenimore came from Muncie Tuesday morning. Jack Goodson. of Modoc was here Tuesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Potter of Greensfork is spending a few dcys. with the Hiatts. Mrs. Emma Neff and children. Flos sy, Shannon and Reba, of Greensfork, Mr. tad Mrm. Joshua Ballenger of Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Swain, were guests at the Edwards home Tuesday. Ellsworth Marshall nf Invest ta hera t for a few days as the guest of rela tives. J. A. Hiatt of Richmond was the guest of Mrs. Emaline Cole and sons Tuesday evening. Paul Cain and Gail Haxton, Joe Osborn and Hazel Moore spent Tues day evening at Hagerstown. Ray Gwin gave a party at his home Tuesday evening. Hot Stove Cool Kitchen BOSTON. IND. Boston, Ind., Aug. 6. Robert L. Kelly, president of Earlham College, will address the Sunday School work ers of Boston township at the M. E. church at Boston next Sunday, Aug. 9th, at 2:30 p. m. This is to be a mass meeting preparatory to the great Sun day School rally to be held at Rich mond, Aug. 22nd. A cordial invitation j is extended to all and an urgent re quest for all Sunday School workers j to be present at this most important meeting. 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Trial bottle fre- Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove the kitchen actually seems as comfortable as you could wish it to be. i This, in itself, is wonderful, but, more than that, the "New Perfection" Oil Stove does perfectly every thing that any stove can do. It is an ideal all-round cook-stove. Made in three sizes, and fully warranted. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency. c5l$3 Lamp The a substantial, strong ly made and hand some lamp. Burns for hours with a strong, mellow light Just what you need for even ing reading or to light the dining-room. If not with roar dealer, write our nearest agency. SIAN9AKO Oil. CO MT ANY A Palladium Want Ads Go Into All Homes, a