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LOST HIS WIFE BY FIRE INSURANCE RHEMSH The Reductions Are Genuine No High Asking Prices Here Strange Creed of Amish Sect Of Adams County Re vealed in Court. FATHER-IN-LAW IS SUED. 1 warst every chronic rheumatic to tlirow way al! aetflctue, all Uaineata; ail piasters, .jd ifcre MNTO'S' SlJEC MA TS !A1 ItTiMKDCra trXai: -r wht j-out 'ioctor mar sy, no raaUer T?hat yor friends iay 'iHn; -no jaSr fw prejndleefi yoo mar waBost i&fdrer osed cenrtii. at oure So x2ur drng-gl-" an gt a bottle of tie EHEVMA TiSM ,ftEM SDY. If it. JfcHs,tp jftr satis-, faction.1. w!l! refcadj&cr ao-.-Jfimyon Rerceajtter this teased jtcoata'ias' n sal Icyilc acid, no opium' otH-aJue. raorphin or otter harmful dross. It pet up aawr tin guarantee of vhe Pert? food" cr.C D-uz For sale tr Cructs- rrice. 25c. CHURCH OPPOSES FIRE INSUR ANCE AND WHEN PAILLE AC CEPTED IT HIS NAME WA3 8TRICKEN FROM RECORDS. THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY JANUARY 22, 190&. 0 Portland, Ind.,"Jan. 22. The $5,000 damage suit filed in the Adams cir cuit court at Decatur by George E. Paille against Joseph A., Peter, Jacob P. Christ, John P. and Samuel P. Swartz, Noah Neusbaum, Joseph Hil Xf, Jacob Eicher, David Wickey, Noah Bacheice and Samuel Ceroe, for the alienation of his wife's affections, and sent to this county on change of ven ue came up for trial before Judge La Follette and a jury. The case is a peculiar one and not without pathos, in that It recites the breaking up of a once happy home be cause of the plaintiff's actions in ac cepting $150 insurance money after the barn on his farm near Berne was destroyed by fire an absolute viola tion of the rules of the most peculiar (religious sect, the Amish. Church Belief Is Odd. So odd is the belief of this church to which all the participants in the trial belong, that the members, in their ad iherance to the teachings of the bible, garb themselves in clothing of an an cient style, using hooks and eyes in stead of buttons, the men wearing their hair long and their beards un Itrlmmed, while the women are known from the plainness of their apparel, a blue sunbonnet covering their heads lln all weather. In the cultivation of their farms, some of which are among ithe finest In Adams county they fol low the old custom having nothing to do with the new jand modern inven tions. Many other singularities are embodied In the life of an Amish churchman, one of which is to main tain an extra room at each home for the use of the poor and needy, who Jnay chance to happen their way and esk for food or shelter. The unfortu nate always find a haven of rest in the Amish settlement They never believe In going Into court to adjust worldly differences and this suit is one of the first Jn the history of the church In this state to ever reach litigation. Jf "Guest" Room the Cause. . To the malntainance of the guest room at the home of Joseph A. Swartz can be traced directly the cause of the present action.. Paille ten years ago wandered into the settlement and be ing in need was given food and rest. He remained for some time and helped about the farm work and as the time slipped along he fell in love with Katy, the daughter of his host. They were married, after Paillee had Joined the church to which his fiancee belonged, and the good Amish gave him a small tract of land, erected him a house and barn and set them up in housekeeping. Constipation Caused By Indigestion It Cured by Helping the Stomach Do Its Work As It Should. All forms of constipation, bowel or Intestinal trouble owe most of their origin to the improper digestion of food. The bowels measure 30 feet. The inside walls or surfaces are wound tightly about with millions of nerves. These nerves give life and control millions of little mouths or Buckers which are supposed to take nourishment from the food as it leaves the stomach and passes along this 30-foot human canal. When indigestion, dyspepsia or stomach trouble occurs, the food be ing undigested, passes over these mil lions of mouths, it is a fermented de caying mass and holds no nourishment as it should. The little mouths suck it up, im part these impurities to the blood, im pregnate the little nerves with poison and so the work of constipation and bowel trouble begins. A natural juice or secretion belongs normally in the little cells and glands along the mucous membrane of the 30-foot canal or bowel. When Indi gestion occurs this juice is lacking and so the mass of waste matter cannot pass along as it should and is piled up and caked in the bowel thus bringing pain and misery. After a while the nerves and nerve centers which give vigor and life to the bowel become paralyzed, thus for ever prohibiting the bowel from per forming its natural duties. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, when taken after meals, digests the food properly even though the stomach is sick and it passes to the bowels nour ishment and juices, which help the in testines not only to do their work at once, but builds them up, restores vi tality to the nerves, brings new secre tion to the glands and cells, helps bow el action and enriches the blood. The stomach is the cause. Com mon sense and science are one on this point You see it yourself. One little grain of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will perfectly digest 3,000 grains of food. The assimilation of a meal by one of these tablets is an easy matter and it keeps the stomach clean and sweet so that in a brief time his organ Is restored. Every druggist carries them in stock; price 50c. Send us your name and address and we will send you a trial package by mail free. Address P. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg Marshall, Mich- Things in the new home went along smoothly and in time two children came to brighten the home. Naught but pleasure and happiness reigned in the home until last July when the barn on the Paille farm burned and a few days later George drove to De catur and collected the insurance money that was due him he having taken out a policy unknown to the church elders and contrary to the rules of the church. It became known to the churhemen, and as in their opin ion no greater cvme against the laws of God can be committed than that of carrying insurance, Paille was shun ned. He was ordered to give the money back, refused, and then his wife would no longer cohabit with him. Eventually his name was erased from the roster of the list of faithful. Queers Himself Again. Deprived of the society of his wife and children and robbed of the com forts of his home, Paille again did something that was contrary to the church rules by bringing suit against his father-in-law and twelve other members of the church, alleging that they had been the cause of his dis comforture. Ready in a jiffy, easy to prepare, a good, hearty breakfast is Mrs. Austin's Famous pancakes. PARKS' GOOD RECORD Former Trustee Boston Town ship Put Its Financial Af fairs in Good Condition. WORKED OFF HEAVY DEBT It is probable that none of the township trustees who retired from of fice the first of the year left behind a better record than that of A. B. Parks of Boston township. Mr. Parks assumed the office when the township was in debt and left it with a large balance in the treasury. Boston town ship citizens, who appreciated his good work regretted that the law would not permit a re-election. The report of the trustee to his ad visory board showed that ho assumed office January 1, 1907. He was turned over by his predecessor $226.87 with a debt in bonds and notes amounting to $2,800. On this indebtedness dur the first year of his position, Mr. Parks paid interest on the same amounting to $228.47. In the follow ing year $140 was paid in interest. On October 5, 1007, the bond and in terest amounting to $1,463.08 was paid and in October of last year $1,570.50 was paid on the bond, note and interest. The total amount paid $3,402.05, leaving the township clear of indebtedness and a balance to Mr. Parks' successor in office amounting to $1,230.97. WILLARD RUPE HAS RETURNED TO CITY Disposes of Interest in Monte zuma Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rupe have re turned to make Richmond their home, at least temporarily. Mr. Rupe was for four years interested in a bank at Montezuma, Ind. Recently he dis posed of this interest. He has not yet definitely decided what business he will now engage in. TUBERCULOSIS DAY AT AN INSTITUTE Farmers Will See the Disease Germs. In connection with the farmers' In stitute at Shelbyville, there will be a "tuberculosis day.". It is the intention of the physicians of Shelby county to call the public attention to the evils of the disease. An exhibit will be presented and the public will be giv en a chance to see through micro scopes the germs of the disease that is proving the greatest abuse to hu manity. Dryden married , Lady Elizabeth Howard, a shrew of marked . ability. no attention, and wished herself a book that she might enjoy more of her society. "Wish yourself an al manac, my dear; then I could change you every year," replied Dryden. u m DTT8 Get the habit of making out a memorandum off all youiF wamitls. That is the new and the right way. That is the way to gett the greatest good from our EVERYTHING REDUCED CLEARANCE SALE. Thousands of customers are following out this sugges tion with great profit to themselves. Saturday will be a big day. More clerks have been added. You can avoid the afternoon rush and jam by coming Him the morning hours. H. C. HASEMEEER CO. THE THEATER THEATRICAL CALENDAR. GENNETT. All Week Aubrey Stock Co. NEW PHILLIPS. All Week High Class Vaudeville. The New Phillips. The Casad brothers scored a suc cess at the New Phillips theater yes terday afternoon and evening at the openings of the last' half of the week's bill. It is a musical comedy act and the elder of the two actors has the grimances of the negro down to a fine point. He doesn't have to say very much to get a laugh from his audiences. Harry C. Pierce, monologuist, tells the people witty things about almost every subject on the map and thrusts a few good parodies on popular songs to his hearers. "Wanted A Donkey" is a little com edy farce that is ripe with humor and bubbling over with fun. Along with the act is a little singing and some very good horozontal bar performing. Three films of interesting motion pic tures and the illustrated song ocm-ple-te the program. Mr. Skinner, is a Bonapartist hero who had carried Napoleon's orders on the Champs de Mars. The actor is ideally fitted with, this part. Prom inent in his support is Miss Percy Haswell, an accomplished artist, who always brings charm and force to ev ery role she undertakes and who her self starred with conspicuous success in recent seasons. Francis Carlyle, Albert Garcia Andrews, Alfred Hud son, Jr., Harry Burkhardt and Sarah Padden, comprise an organization of exceptional artistic worth. Kansas City gives him ample scope to display his versatility. January 27. Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE. Look for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. Otis Skinner. Otis Skinner always makes a deep and lasting impression among thought ful playgoers on each appearance here. He will appear, under Charles Frohman's direction in his new play, "The Honor of the Family" at the Gennett theater Jan. 25. This is de clared to be the strongest and best vehicle that this fine artist has ever had. Its New York success was em phatic. "The Honor of the Family" has for its groundwork a romance of Balzac which has been utilized in the most effective manner for stage use. Charles Frohman saw this play acted in Paris and lost no time in securing the American rights to the play. The adaptation came from the skillful pen of that master of technique, Paul M. Potter. The central figure, allotted to Aubrey Stcck Co. That Aubrey Stock company contin ue to do capacity business at the Gen nett and tonight it is safe to say the Gennett will not hold he public who wants to see "Why Girls Leave Home." This they announce as the feature bill and judging from the ad vance sale, it will also be the record of the house. At the matinee yester day seats were at a premium, on Sat urday night the company will give as a souvenir a beautiful diamond ring to some one in the audience and at the performance, , "The Outlaw's Daughter" will be played. The usual children's matinee will be given Saturday. "Too Many Wives." If you want to spend an hour or two being amused, if you like to see young girls who can sing and dance some, "Too Many Wives" at the Gen nett theatre will about fill the bill. It is a big prescription in two doses, guaranteed to banish care for a while, and has" been carefully compounded by those experts., Charles Horwitz and Frederick V. Bowers, the former be ing responsible for the book and lyr ics and the latter for the music of the production. This musical farce serves as a vehicle to star Joe Morris, the well-known Hebrew comedian, and his new role of "Isadore Meyer" from Special Notice. All accounts due J. Will Mount & Son are payable now and are due not later than Jpn. 0, i;X, after which they will be placed in the hands of an attorney to collect with costs, Mr. Mount, Sr., having sold out to Paul A. Mount, we desire to close all accounts by the above date. J. Will Mount & Son Phillips Theatre. VAUDEVILLE. WEEK JAN. 17IB. Entire change of pragram Monday Thursday THE Sad Comedy Co. 7 Other Big Acts. Admission 10 cents to all parts of the house. A SECRET FOR WOMEN i Albert O. Martin, D. D. S. Colonial Building, Rooms 18 and 19. PHONE 1637 Tells How Become of Kleure. Deformed Superb The treatment consists of ap plying a powerful, harmless nervine-stimulant direct to the cells of the skin, to be absorb ed and utilized to create nour ishment of flesh and tissue growth. The most beautiful changes are wrought; ugly, de formed women with scrawny neck, arms and limbs, with no bust development at all visible, are quickly transformed into charming personages with well rounded arms and neck, full, normal bust of exquisite curve and proportion, and shapely figure so much admired in our great actresses and society leaders, and so attractive to the other sex always. Obtain the ingredients sepa rately at any good drug store, and mix carefully at home. Get two ounces of glycerine, three ounces of rosewater, one ounce tincture cadomene compound (not cardamom) and five cents' worth of borax. Mix the glyc erine with tincture cadomene and let stand two hours; then add rosewater and a teaspoon -f ul of borax. Apply morning and night. rubbing it in thoroughly. Then wash with hot water and soap, and dry. It is related that one woman de veloped a figure that won for her a very, very wealthy hus-, band. , 4 NO SOOT. NO CLINKER. Best for Domestic use. RED ASH DARBY COAL JreS.veiy by A. narsh Coal & Sopply Co. Mary's Lamb, opera music to be at Gennett early In Feb. "Richmond Rag, by May Aul derbetde. -Bugle Girl March, Roy Allen. At MODE'S MUSIC STORE, 5 N. 8th St. Call for 10c Catalog of Sheet Music Next time you order bread from your grocer, ask him to give you either MOTHERS or VICTOR Try them once. You will like them. Other people have tried them and found them fine, and besides the labels are , worth some thing. Save them and see what nice premiums you can secure. 2ftp ORAMSE SALE 2 90 Doz. SWEET FLORIDA RUSSETS. Dei. Pressed! CMcEieims2 FAT NORWAY MACKEREL, CREAM TO 17CL?. Pbcse Orders ezref3y deJ. PHONE 2292 I I PRONE 2222 ... BROMIDE ENLARGING... It Is easy. Booklet of Instruction Free. Brownie Enlarging Camera. $2.00. S&AO and $4.00 W. H. ROSS DRUG COMPANY. -COR. Otti and MAIN STREETS. FURNITURE OEDDING PICTURES H. G. mers.Lei id Mgr. GENNETT THEATRE Tele 1CSS "THAT" AUBREY GTOCK CO. Presents tonight "WHY GIRLS LEAVE ROME." All special scenery. 6 Vaudeville Acts -6. Daily matinees with changs of program. PRICES NIGHT.10, 20c; MATIXEE. 10c. Seats on sale at box office after 10 a. m. See special Inducement Jen- kin's Jewelry Store. Harry C Sonunem. Lessee and Manager. Phone 1SSS C h Shizzzr In the New York and Paris success, Tli Honor of the FakvMyS9 Entire production and original cast as at the Hudson theater. New York City for four months last season. Company includes Miss Percy Haswell, Francis Carlyle, Harry Burkhardt, Frederic Sargent, Russell Crawford, Walter Scott, A. G. Andrews, Alfred Hudson. Jr., Harry Barfoot, R. V. Ferguson and Mrs. Eugenie Woodward. , Sale opens Friday morning at box office. 10 a.m. Prices $1.50. $1.00. 73, 50. 25.