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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1908.
highly pleased with, the speech of "Our Jim," and returned home very much enthused. The Greensfork drum corps was also in attendance. Miss Florence A. Wattles will speak here Sunday afternoon, Nov. 1, at 2 o'clock, on socialism. Her subject will be "The Bread and Butter Prob lem." RIDERS STAND FOR NEGRO EXPULSION AMERICAN FLEET Think Visit Indicates Back ing U. S. Will Give That Nation, Farmers Not Permitted to Hire Them, Says Outlaws' Constitution. PAGE SIX. CHINESE WELCOM THesc Are BSisy lay all Sjj TDK CK 0 H El FOR FRIENDLY RELATIONS. CELESTIALS WILL DO ALL WITH IN THEIR POWER TO MAKE A VISIT OF AMERICANS A MOST NOTABLE OCCASION. Amoy, Oct. SO. Eight battle ships comprising the second squadron of the American battle ship fleet, under com mand of Rear Admiral William H. Emoryt have arrived here. To the Chinese the visit is of far-reachinj? Im portance, and every preparation haa been made not only to extend to the representatives of the United States a flattering welcome, but to impress upon them China's desire for even jnore friendly relations than have pre vailed heretofore. The sixteen ships of the fleet left Yokohama together on Sunday morn ing, but divided into two squadrons when two days out, the first under command of Rear Admiral Sperry on the flagship Connecticut, heading for Olongapo, Philippine Islands, and the second, under Rear Admiral Emory, on the Louisiana, bound for Amoy. The two squadrons will join forces again at Manila, the second division being scheduled to leave this port on November 4 and to arrive at Manila on November 7. China welcomes her American visi tors with unbounded' enthusiasm. The preparations to this end are complete, and Chinamen of exalted rank will take part in the festivities. China is struggling to preserve the territorial Integrity of Mongolia and Manchuria from the encroachments of Russia and Japan, and the presence of these American battle ships at Amoy is wel come to the Peking government be cause of the Interpretation China has chosen to give to this friendly act that the United States is inclined to support her in her contentions with her . neighbors, an interpretation that is not recognized officially, but is of China's own making, the desire in this ease- being father to the thought. ' A HEALTHY FAMILY. "Our, whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr. King's New Life Pills, three years ago," says L. A. Bartlet, of Rural Route 1, Guil ford. Maine. Tbey cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that does . j nr. ... 1 T . . l o r you guuu. aou, ai a. ur. uu&eu ec vu a drug store.' . : GREENSFORK, IND; Greensfork. Ind.. Oct. 30. The Clay township delegation won the prize ban ner at the Cambridge City rally Wed nesday" afternoon. It was a large, beautiful American flag and the local delegation is proud of the honor con ferred upqn us. The delegation con sisted of one large decorated wagon, drawn by eight horses, driven by Charles- Nicholson and Quinn Richard' son. Tills wagon contained about forty voters and the drum corps. Next came a two-horse hack which contain ed women and children. There were twenty-five horse back riders, twenty nt ihum worn TriMnhprfl rf thft firppria- came automobiles, carriages and bug gies from all parts of the township. The entire number in the delegation Consisted of 120 people. The Ladies' Cemetery association will serve- dinner and supper in .Kienile'shall, Tuesday, November 3. Arrangements are being made to re ceive the election returns in the hall during the evening, a telephone will be Installed. There were 110 of our citizens at tended the Republican meeting ad dressed br James" Watson in Rich mond, Wednesday night. They were A Constipation Romedy Free There is no action of your daily life of greater importance than to see that your bowels move. They should move at least once a day naturally, and by that is meant without any help. u xney ao not move at least once a day you can consider yourself con stipated and it is time you did -something about it. You will be glad to know there ts a way out of the difficulty. Lem uel Landerdale, an old soldier at Qulncy, 111., Elmer McMillan, of Speed, Mo., Mrs. Monahan, of Stonewall, Miss., and many bthera were as you are now. But one thf.y ,wok to the fact that Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin was curing their friends, so they bought It too and It Cured them. Today they are loud la praise of It. , What Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin did for them It should do for you. Surely your ConsUpaUon is no worse than theirs, one M whom had it since '61. It only remains for you to realise that salts are of but temporary good, and what you want la a e"na"ent cure; that purgative tablets. Cathartic pills and such violent things Pk Kreat show of doing something, but do nothing that Is lasting. Dr. Cald well Syrup Pepsin Is a scientific prepa ration, a laxative-tonic, a mild syrupy liquid that contains Ingredients that not Jnly cure the constipation, but tone the Intestinal muscles so that they learn kgaln to work without help. A bottle can be bought of any druggist for the small price of 60 cents, and there Is a dollar fcixe for families who have already found but its wonderful value In stomach, liver and bowel troubles. In old or young. Send your name and address to the doc tor and a free trial bottle will be sent you to that you can test it hfnr h,,- " mere is anytning about your ailment that you don't understand, or If you want any medical advice, write to the doctor, and he will answer you fully. There la nn rhim fnr thlm I JyS The address la Dr. W. B. I I Caldwell. 801 Caldwell bJd I V 1 MontlceUo. UL FAIR EXCHANGE. A New Back for an Old One How It Is Done in Richmond. The back aches at times with a dull, indescribable feeling, making you weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of the kid neys, and again the loins are so lame to stoop is agony. No use to rub or apply a plaster to the back in this con dition. You cannot reach the cause. Exchange the bad back for a new and stronger one. Follow the example of this Richmond citizen. Dallas Cassel, employed at the Starr Piano factory, and living at 711 South Eighth street, Richmond, Ind., says: I think it was about fifteen years since I was cured of kidney complaint by Doan's Kidney Pills. At that time I was working for the Richmond Cas ket Co., and in the course of a hard day's work did quite a bit of heavy lifting, which brought on severe back aches and headaches. I tried several remedies with no effect and finally I was induced to get a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at A. G. Luken & Co's Drug Store. After I had used them for a short time the dull aching in my back disappeared and with it the head aches. Since that time I have not been troubled at all, and have recom mended Doan's Kidney Pills to many other sufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. hollandsbUrg, 0. Hollansburg, O., Oct. 30. Mrs. Ad dle Irelan and son, Frank, were Greenville visitors, Wednesday. Mrs. Elsie Saylor of Palestine, O., spent a couple of days this week with Miss Lizzie Hoos. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis and son made a business trip to Richmond, Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Tillson and Mrs. Edie Harris of Union City, Ind., arrived Thursday morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Irelan and other relatives a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mutchner of near Union City were guests of C. A. Thomas and family, Thursday. Mr. James Rush, former resident of this place, but now of Minot, N. Dako ta, arrived Wednesday evening on a visit to relatives and friends. Squire G. Chenoweth, a well known and highly respected young gentleman of this place, was married on Wednes day evening of this week to Miss Ad dle Miller, at the home of the bride's parents at Greenville, "O. They will be gin house keeping immediately on the J. M. Chenoweth farm just west of here. The nine year old son of Andrew Kimberling who lives south east of this place, is very seriously ill with Infantile paralysis. WHERE BULLETS FLEW. David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y., a veteran of the civil war, who lost a foot at Gettysburg, says: "The good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me. I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble, to little purpose. I then tried Electric BUters, and they cured me. I now take them as a tonic, and they keep me strong and well." 50c, at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store. ECONOMY, IND . Economy, Ind., Oct. 30. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle and son, Charles, spent Wednesday in Hagerstown. Albert Chamness and Carl William3 of West River attended the Watson meeting at Richmond, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Williams were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Replo gle of Hagerstown, Wednesday. Harry Macy and George Thornburg were in Richmond Wednesday night to hear Watson. Mrs. Ethel Evans and son, Russel. and Miss Audrey Waltz of Mooreland are guests of Mrs. Alice Fraiser this week. Mrs. Nettie Cecil of Parker is visit ing friends here this week. Ernest Replogle was in Richmond Wednesday night. R. Williams was in Hagerstown Thursday looking after a business deal. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Weyl, Thursday. Farmers are busy cribbing corn and if the weather remains favorable for a few days more the corn will all have been cribbed. Lon Edwards has a bad case of grip. C. D. Hunnicutt has returned from Richmond. Mrs. Alice Edwards and daughter, Pearl were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oler, recently. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lamb will soon move in their home in town. Mrs. Hallie Hunt did not leave for Detroit, Mich., until this evening. Mrs. Emma Clark and daughter, Ju lia, were at Williamsburg, recently. The Misses Nellie Jones and Lois Blankenshlp arrived from Richmond Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hulda Haxton has rheumatism. Charles Cole was up to Farmland on a pleasure trip recently. There is a considerable shortage in the spruce gum crop in Maine this year, and first-class gum is now worth 11.75 a pound, laid down in Bangor by the pickers. The retailer gets 15 sents an ounce, and the price Is rising. Woodsmen say the decrease in the supply is due to extensive lumbering, operations for the pulp mills. DOCUMENT JUST PROCURED WILL BE USED IN PROSECUTION OF RIDERS IN TENNESSEE THIRTY-THREE MEN GIVEN THEIR RELEASE. Camp Nemo, Reelfoot Lake, Tenn., Oct. 30. Today was a quiet one with the military here. No detachment went out in search of night-rider sus pects or witnesses and but one prison er was brought in by the civil offi cers. The weeding out of prisoners has begun and 33 who have been able to give satisfactory accounts of themsel ves have been released. Mrs. Matilda Rassaker, mother of the three Rassaker boys under arrest here, is dead. Heart trouble, superin duced by worry over the arrest of her sons, is said to have caused her death. P. C. Ward, proprietor of the hotel at Walnut Log, has been given his liberty. Nothing important was se cured from him. It is reported on what is considered good authority that the constitution and by-laws of the night riders have been procured and brought here and will be placed in the hands of the grand jury. The constitution and by-laws, among many other things, provide that no bank or trust company will ba per mitted to make any loans, large or small, for a greater rate of interest than 6 per cent, and, further, that af ter the first day of July, 1909, no farm er will be allowed to employ any color ed help on his farm and that all ne groes will be notified to leave the country under penalty of death; that all merchants shall sell their goods and merchandise at not to exceed 10 per cent profit, and otherwise regu lating all .wages to be paid by the farmer for help and regulating the price of all farm products to be sold, cotton, com, etc. These by-laws show that the organ ization does not only comprise the night riders of Obion county, but all night riders organizations over the entire country. This document is of such importance that a verbatim copy cannot be had. ; WOULD MORTGAGE THE FARM. A farmer on Rural Route 2, Empire, Ga., W. A. Floyd by name, says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw: one on my hand and one on my leg. It Is worth more than its weight in gold. I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it." Ouly 25c at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store. HAGERSTOWN. IND. Hagerstown, Ind., Oct. 30. Miss Gertrude Bullock of Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Teeter. Mrs. L. P, McTigue of Richmond, was the guest of friends here Wed nesday evening. . Mrs. Bertram Carpenter and daugh ter, Milried of Cambridge City have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geis ler and others. Mrs. Joe Teeter entertained at a unique Hallowe'en party, Wednesday evening at her home on South Wash ington street. The guests were mem bers of the Thimble club and four hon or guests being Miss Gertrude Bullock of Chicago, Miss Leona Halderman, Mrs. John Teeter and Mrs. M. T. Fox. The Christian Aid Society will not meet next week, but will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10th with Mrs. Theo dore Sells. Mrs. Wm. Mathews and Mrs. Adam Rowe have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Best at Winches ter. Mrs. Elizabeth Fox and Mrs. Laura Rohrer entertained Wednesday at a family dinner, Mrs. Chas. Smith and j Mrs. Ellen Fox of Greensfork, Will i Fox of New Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Ru dy Quickie, Mrs. Henry Replogle. CURES ECZEMA QUICKLY. New Drug, Poslam, Now Obtainable in Small Quantities. Since its discovery one year ago the new drug, poslam, has successfully cured thousands of chronic cases of eczema and other distressing skin af flictions. Heretofore poslam has been dispensed solely for the benefit of eczema patients in large jars suffi cient for a month's treatment. This was found to be an inconvenience to many thousands who use it for minor skin troubles, such as pimples, black heads, herpes, acne, scaly scalp, com plexion blemishes, itching feet, piles. etc., which require but a small quan tity to cure. To overcome this, and in response to urgent appeals, the dis pensers of poslam have been obliged to adopt, in addition to the regular two-dollar package, a special fifty cent size, which in future may be found on sale at W. H. Sudhoffs and other leading drug stores, in Rich mond, or may be ordered direct from the Emergency Laboratories, No. 32 West 25th Street, New York City. In all eczema cases poslam stops Itching with first application, and proceeds to heal immediately; chronic cases being cured in two weeks. In less serious skin troubles, results are seen after an overnight application. Samples for experimental purposes may still be 'had, free of charge, by writing to the laboratories for them. The great Oxford dictionary, which has been under way for a generation. vhas reached "pra," No firm in Wayne county has opened the 190S fall season "with prices so far below market values as the Hoosier. We bought right when the manufacturers and jobbers could give the greatest possible concessions and were only too glad to turn into cash, and now we have the merchandise that we can turn t8 the many thousands that have helped to make the Hoosier a power in tho mercantile market of Richmond at from 10 to 20 lower than the real market value. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Underwear 22 REPUBLICANS 164 This Will Be Complexion of Next House, Says Lou denslager. the REPUBLICAN INCREASE. CHAIRMAN HITCHCOCK SCHED ULED TO GIVE OUT HIS PRE DICTIONS ON COMING ELECTION THIS AFTERNOON. New York, Oct. 30. Representative Henry C. Loudenslager, of New Jer sey, secretary of the national republi can congressional committee, who had been in charge of the New York head quarters of the committee has given out his estimates of the complexion of the national house of representa tives in the sixty-first congress: "From the several thousand letters received," said Mr. Loudenslager, "and from personal interviews with politicians and other observers from all sections of the country, I am con vinced that a conservative estimate of the political complexion of the next house is that it will show 227 republi cans and 164 democrats. I am confi dent that the election results will give an Increase in the number of republi cans rather than a decrease. This campaign has been a strong one in many respects, unusual conditions have existed in different sections, and, while there will be some changes, the net results will, in my judgment, be as stated." Chairman Hitchcock, of the republi can national committee, said that he would probably give out his forecast of the electoral vote this afternoon. He said the statement would Include the doubtful as well as the certain states for both parties. Mr. Hitch cock is still of the opinion that Ne braska will be very close, but he is quite confident of Montana. Informa tion from leaders In Kentucky and Tennessee continue to come in, and are to the effect that the republican candidate has more than a fighting chance in those two states. While he feels sure about Maryland, he thinks the fight will be close there. Voluntary Immolation on the fun eral pyre of her husband was of fre quent occurrence in India before Lord Bentick's suppression of It. In olden times the tendency of thought and feeling gave an impetus to the boing of such deeds. This devotion to the departed husband is not con fined to the widow only. It Is expect ed of the wife, in circumstances of unnatural conduct on the part of the living husband. He may spurn her; still she should not only bow to her lord without demur, but be loyal to DEMQCFIATS We have a large line of Mill Ends Linoleums in the 50c and 60c qual ity. They run in lengths from 2 to 5 yards, all good patterns, at 40c per yard. Floor Oil Cloths in the best grade at 25c per yard. Art Square in Oil Cloth for stovss at 65c, 75c, 98c and $1.25. Men's extra heavy Jersey fleeced un derwear, the 50c kind at 45c Men's dark fleeced In dark gray at 50c Men's ribbed fleeced at 50c Men's dark blue underwear at.... 25c Ladies' Union suits at 50c Ladies', ribbed fleeced at 25c Ladies' extra heavy fleeced underwear at 50c Children's union suits in the Jersey fleeced at 25c and 50c The savages of Africa seek wisdom from their proverbs. Here are some from the Basutos, the Yorubus, the Wolofs and the Pashtos: "Cross the river before you abuse the crocodile." "He who unjustly spears another knifes himself." The mad hippopot amus does not bring forth the ga zelle." "One head impaled on the gatepost is more valuable than six on the shoulders of enemies." "Kraals built in a day ar& mud ruins iu a Ntreek." Headache? Want to know the quickest and best way to stop it? Take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They are the best because they do not leave any disagreeable! after effects. Just simply quiet the nerve irritation which causes the distress. What is equally important they do not derange the stomach only a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use. "I am in fairly good health, but sub ject to frequent heavy, cloudy head, and occasionally dull pain. I get relief with one or two of Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills. They are very beneficial to me and I - do not like to be without them." D. F. LEWIS, Cleveland. O. The first package will benefit; If not, your druggist will return your money. Pay Less This Season If you've decided on paying $25 or $28 for your Fall Suit, let us show you what he offer this season. Fall Suits worth as high as $28 at $18, $20, $22 Undoubtedly the best line ever dis played at so low a price. KRONE The Tailor 12 N. Ninth St. -HARMON SHOFER- First Class Livery New Coaches Special for Fun eral and Wedding Parties South 6th and A Sts. Ladies' box calf shoes, solid throughout, but every pair guar anteed to wear, at $1.50 Ladies' Dongola kid shoes In heavy extended soles, just the thing for winter wear, at $1.50 Ladies' fine dress shoes in the best kid stock at $1.98 Ladies' First Quality rubbers 50c Ladies' warm lined shoes at 98c, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.69, lined 'with felt or wool to make them extra warm. Ladies' warm lined rubbers at 60c Henry W. Deuker FANCY GROCER High Grade Coffees and Teas Cor. 6th St. and Ft. Wayne ave Phone 1204 Established 1874 Dr. A. 0. Martin, Dentist rHISSB lal Bk. New phone 1637. Dr. Dowell, Dentist "SMSr Cogan's Shoes for Boys. Little Wanderer Shoes for Girls and Boys. Budd's Baby Shoes for Babies. Humpe's Shoe Store See Our Window. Anybody who knows how to make a Velox Print can successfully use a Brownie Enlarg ing Camera. Three sizes, $2.00, $3.00 and $4. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main, Richmond. A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY In the Provident Life and Trust Co- la characterized by Its liberality In all essentials. Its low premium rate, and large annual dividend. E. B. KNOLLENBEKG, Agent. .,, , Men's and Women's Ihi(De ..Custom Shirts Guaranteed to fit and wear " Made In Richmond " By experienced shirt cutters and makers. Pajamas and , night robes. Mono grams and Greek Letter Designs. The Elrod Shirt Co. N. E. Cor. 9th and Main 807 Main Street. 11 South Eights SU Palladium Want Ads Go Into All Homes