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FOUC : VASXULDIVU JWWKTINO CO. laettot ff M MCh vwk, evenings and MMy rln. (t RICHMOND, INDIANA. CIMriM M. HHIU W. R. 1 .annate -6Me. Maaaser. . ,Hwi Miter. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. la Richmond 1.00 per year ln ad 1 met) or 10c per week. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION. Oa roar. In advance ... $5. 00 Sic months, in advance .......... z.60 Ob month. In advance ..... f ,' , ; - .". RURAL , ROUTES. :. . Oft year. In advance ........... .S3.S0 SUe months, In advance .......... l.M One month, la advance .......... .25 Address chanced at often as desired; both new and old addresses muat be erven. Vfubscrfbers will please remit with order, which should be given for a If led term: name will not ne enier- Tlcs to the Republican party and to bis friends, Hanly will Do nominated with loud acclaim. In all seriousness the 'Anti-Saloon league could do nothing more aulct dical than to tie up with Hanly. And for a very simple reason. About the time that be had gotten all that there was for J. Frank he would be doing the . will of the wisp act in search of something from someone else. All hail the gentle sepbyr. We forget which of the schedules in the tariff It is but it is there none the less the tariff on chocolate drops. The Baltimore Sun has declared for the free and unlimited coinage e Chocolate Drops. We have not had time to look up nee: ed u until payment Is received. Entered at Richmond, Indiana, post office aa second claaa mall matter. AJuJahiri (New Yetfc Crry)aas Oatf OsCgTwef4 I tatts resort aw j fcAaaajsjsjsaBS&BfcAaA a aa a a at 11 1 ngaBggamamsssssMss 'i i " tl GOING SOME! rThe Manufacturer'! Record of Bai timore has been projecting itself into the future trying to spell something out of the afterworld. Coming as it does on the tide of the operations of the Optimists Club its observations are at, least worth read inf. ;. ." Basing the rate of increase during the next 10 years upon the average of the last 18 years, our population in 118 would be over 106,000,000, against 87,000,000 last year. On the same bails, the total wealth of the country. estimated now at about $129,000,000, 000, would then be upwards of $200, 000.000,000; or, In' other words, the gain in the next ten years would be about $70,000,000,000, Or $5,000,000,000 more than the total wealth of the country in 1800, or nearly 80 per cent, as much as the total wealth of 1900. Considering the marvelous resources of the country and the limitless possi billtiet of development, it is not at all unreasonable to forecast . that the growth of the next 10 years will equal id percentage the rate of growth dur ing the last 18. ! v PARADISE ENOW Even Mr.-Aldrich is in favor of the thermometer being revised down- wards. But in reality there is nothing the matter with the weather. The fault is in the one thousand and one things that the human animal thinks it necessary to put around his body, We read of the idyllic existence of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden there was nothing the matter .with the weather then the trouble only began after the latest fashions of fig aprons were introduced. As long as Adam law around under . the fig tree in the shade Instead of putting, on his fig leaf collar, his fig leaf necktie, his grapevine , suspenders and hung peach stone necklace around his neck to fight off the rheumatism every thing was bright and shining. The New York Sun has been muck raking ; against the use of under clothes. , This is undoubtedly all right if the genus Homo Insists on wearing all his accouterment on Fifth avenue but we would point out that in the tropica, underclothes are worn by the nicest people without any thing else. A wise providence, and modesty has put certain regulations on our wear ing apparel police regulations. But with a. little ingenuity much may be accomplished. The scientists Inform us that this is , criminal weather abounding In suicide and man slaugh ter. Vf " ;.v -,;;". " . . But don't blame the weather it makes the corn grow. Keep the Ad am's apple free and all will be para : diss enow;."' HIS SUPPORTERS UfflDJHE PLUM Senator Beveridge Forgets Opposition in Naming Census Officers. THE MELLIFLUOUS CHOCOLATE g QAUSING A DISCUSSION IT. WAS THOUGHT SENIOR SENA TOR WOULD NAME LEADERS OF OTHER FACTION FOR THE FED ERAL "PLUMS." Indianapolis, July 20. It has taken I ,,.. 1 A r. iro fnr the nnlitipiansi tn fie- anrf sm which Senatorial and Coulee-1 w 1 tionarv Child has caused all this ure out just the factional standing trmi hlB. Is It Uncle Joe? We fear so. Uncle Joe has been eating tobacco for by Senator Beveridge for appoint. o Inn, w hlieve that he must have ments as census i"Po or tne forgotten his taste for chocolate eleven democratic districts In the o state, but it has been learned that creams, vji ueruays il w oweuu i . , M , , , they are all out and out Beveridge ureal ror we are put ever . Q There wag a beUef on the part thing off on our be6t beloved Nels Aid- Qf many of the party leaders some rich. time ago that Senator Beveridge But "won't you please remove your would not select all of his appointees I m a. i MlWaa.1 a1Uw. tariff from off our candy box?" That J "w" ' Tl" is the way to talk to the Conference been mlgtalcen In view Df the fact Committee. that the state committee is to be re- Has it gotten to the point that we I organised within the next few months MMiinn rac BiiieldA bv withdraw- ana mat it is to get reaay ir uuc . ,, , j t - v. . i- I paign next year wmcn win mcou ing a inuucemem tu . u .u " UuCal life or death for Senator Bev- to arrive at the age when he can erldge it was their hope that he would munch a chocolate drop? - Igo outside of his own element of the party for a part of his timber for cen- To Anxious Enquirer: No Geraldine, I bus inspectors. Mr. Taft is working over time to ln-j Has Much Patronage, sure the bon-bon a long life and a I Senator Beveridge is the one man DROPPED .THE TUB." And Like a Qeed Girt Prenewneed the Word Correctly. . W. 8. Gilbert contributed an imu log article on "Acton and Authors" to a program of the London Irory Lane theater. The following extract will be reed with appreciation: The author's greatest difficulty lies In the necessity of directing an actor's attention to an obvious mispronuncia tion a feat that must be achieved without humiliating the actor in the presence of his professional brethren. - Many years ago 1 was engaged In rehearsing a burlesque, and a very clever young lady had to sing the coup let: . . ,- , Indubitably If yon do ' It wiU be tn worse (or you. The clever young lady, whose pro nunciation was not always beyond re proach, delivered the lines thus: Indubltublr If you do It will be the worse for you. .This, of course, would not do, so I determined to slter the word to "in evitably. The young lady agreed that EMf.10.lS TAIUK CO. ENLARGE - THEIR BUSINESS JELECTRIC PRESSING ' SYS- , ; TBM INSTALLED. Emmons Tailoring Co. have enlarg ed their business. In addition to the large , and fine line of suiting they make at $15 and $18, they have added an extra fine line of Imported Suit ings that they will make up at $22. This is the same goods sold by high priced tailors at $35. The connection of Emmons Tailoring Co. with one of the largest woolen houses in the coun try gives them unusual advantage in price. . - - - Emmons Tailoring Co. have also in stalled an Electric Pressing system This system does the best pressing work at low prices. Pressing suits. 35c; trousers, 15c Best work or no charge. They are also showing surprising the alteration greatly Improved the lvalues in their Fall line. verse, but she was not to be-deprived of her "tub." so she sang It: Inevitably It you do It wilt be the wort for yon. This was just as bad, so I made It "unquestionably," and, of course, it came out: Unquestlonubly If you do It will be the worse for you. A cordial invitation is extended to all to look over their new Fall styles. Deafness Cannot Be Cured happy one. Hems Gathered in From Far and Near Sordid Smuggling. From the New York World.- -Times who controls all of the federal ap pointments in eleven of . the thirteen districts in Indiana, because he is the only republican senator and there are eleven democratic congressmen. The administration being republican, of course, the democratic congressmen are not allowed to make any appoint ments and all of this patronage falls to Senator Beveridge. No senator or were when the career of the smuggler " T" " 17 i i , .1 congressman ever before in the hls- mance. The pebbly beach, the moon- , , , . less night, the signal upon the head- Polnt,ments t0 make as hM Senat0r land, muffled oars, the whispered rrm m an A ""Ottl 1 a o v. mw Via a vf 1 1 the silent landing of the wine casks If It Disappears, It S tCZema. and the bales of silk and lace, the click of the horse's hoof on the flint, i a sudden rush of the excise men from their concealment in the rocks, the cutting loose of the horses, the flying escape, and Dirck the smuggler is be yond pursuit. - These were the con comitants of the old-time, drama. 1 Those days are no more. The tax- dodger is not ; a picturesque figure. Smuggling has dropped to a dead lev el of sordidness. To say that smuggl- How to Tell Whether a Skin Affec tion is an Inherited Blood Disease or Not. Sometimes it is hard to determine whether a skin affection is a sign of a blood disorder or simply a form of eczema. Even physicians are often puzsled in their diagnosis. . The best way for any one afflicted is to go to W. H. Sudhoff's or any good druggist lng is largely a woman's offense Is to ha Bndles mire druss and obtain 60 advance an easily maintained proposi- eftnt. worth of noslam. Annlv this. tion. Dodging government claims is and lf tne itching stops at onoe and not a matter of sex. But mental atti- trouble is cured in a few days it tudes differ. The male smuggler is may be Set down having been ecze the more conscious offender of the mat ag thi8 8 the way poslam acts in two. tie win more reauuy aamu tne th6 w0rst cases of eczema, and in cur- force of the argument that revenue lng acne herpes, blotches, tetter, must be raised for public expenses plleS( galt rneum, rash, barber's and and it may he to protect home Indus- otner forms of itch, scaly scalp, and tries, likewise that it is only fair to all 8urfaCe skin affections. by local applications, as thy cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure dear neas. and that Is by constitutional I could think Of no Other word that remedies, nearness is caused by an i, - - i infiamea ronnuion 01 me mucous lin wuuiu yunwe, , aa ., th- Eustachian Tube. When lust resource. I said to her: I this tube is inflamed you have a rum. 1V nm think It advls.ihlA tn riv I blin souna or imperieci neannj, ana uo you mink, n aavisaDie to give i . lt , -ntireiv closed. narn. i. tne wora its rrencn accents. ithe result, ana unless tne mriamma itt. - ft ' I tion can be taken out ana tnis tube re auw .vu stored to Its normal condition, hearing "Why. unquestlonubly that S the will be destroyed forever: nine cases wav it is pronounced in Paris. In ad- f ten .CUW1.,,Z catarrh. aressing as cugtwo auQience peruaps i dltion of the mucous surfaces. the simple English version of the word I We win give One Hundred Del would be better. Try it at aU events, '0Phv "JthT th.V ."'a.rn! 'unquestionably,' 'a Instead Of U.' I cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send TTnauestlonublv' would be all verv tor circulars tree. r tk. . .!! kt th. oll.rv J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O. . . ix.. CO 111 oy is i UHli.io. I uv;. WOUlun l understand It. I T.k. Hall's Familv fills for ronatl. Of course, she said, "the English I ration. accent would certainly be more appro priate.1 And abe sang it "unquestionably" I like the good girl that she was. Argo naut. tax objects of luxury at a higher rate than necessaries. Those who will write to the Emer gency Laboratories, ' no. 3z west Vwentv- fifth Street. New York, can Don't Forget How to Walk. secure, by mail free of charge, a sup- From the Baltimore Sun. The trol-1 ply sufficient to cure a small eczema ley car, the automobile and the train I surface or clear a complexion over have made transportation so easy that I night and remove pimples in twenty- people seldom walk any more. They I four hours, ride to business, to the theater, the store, the resort, from the country in to town, from one street to another, untu warning nas become almost a lost art. In a generation or two more we will forget how to use our legs. Man is by nature a walking animal. He was never made to sit still and be swiftly moved from place to place. A RULING BY COURT FUTILE FLABBERGASTING ..". UW I, l KUU1 zephyrs of Hanly on the Chautauqua platform breezing through the Aeolian Chin Whiskers of his Press Agent. Small difference it may as well be. But from the Invisible into the Some where comes the tale along the waft ing wireless of the warm air currents that our old friend Hanly Is contem plating being a candidate for 'U. S. senator and failing in that that he will be a candidate for governor. Pax voblscum! , Also Pax nobis. It is a good advertisement. Long may the double flags of Hanly wave in the Chautauqua Salute. A much discerning public will no doubt see why Hanly should be given the senatorship; also why Beveridge should be turned down. Beveridge as is well known has done nothing for the people of Indiana. It is Hanly, not Beveridge who has accomplished things tn a great struggle which has just begun. No doubt In recognition to the ser- TWINKLES In the claims against the estate of Nantnr Lutz. the circuit court made And he is beginning to show the re-1 mllnes vesterdav afternoon flxins: the suits of failure to use the motor mus- amount to be paid Christine Brenner cies. tie is necoming too iat and . ua ami i-mm n tiavH t ii at pudgy, and no small portion of his HI $490. ' The first named sued for $558.- neaim migui oe tracea to xnis iaiiure 50 ani the second for $1,300 for per to develop nis muscles and use his sonal services rendered the decedent pnysicai faculties. Many people with chronic throat and lung trouble have found comforf and relief in Foley's Honey and Tar as it cures stubborn coughs after other treatment has failed. L. M. Ruggles, Reasnor, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had consumption, and I got no Simple Fervor. better until I took Foley's Honey and "What I long to hear." said the man Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and with a "Prince Albert" coat and a naln in my lunes and they are now as turn-down collar, "is some of the fer-1 sound as a bullet." A. O. Luken & Co. vid eloquence that ' used I to echo through the halls of legislation. Well," rejoined Senator Surphum, you ought to drop into the cloak room some day and hear us statesmen discussing the weather." (By Philander Johnson) A TUSK HUNTER'S ESCAPE. So Close Call the Native Really Thought Himself Oead. Hunting elephants for their tusks In volves courage, patience and Infinite cunning. Frequently the hunter be comes the hunted, and the tables may be turned fatally. A. writer In Mc- Ciure's Magazine tells of an escape, vouched for by "an Indian dealer who never, lied about anything and who claims to have seen this deliverance exactly as he reported it." Some natives were hunting elephants In the neighborhood of Lake Rudolph, and he was with them for the purpose of trading cotton cloth for Ivory. Ele phants like old bunch grass that has become dry like hay. and a herd of them, attracted by "dry gracing," as It Is . called. , came suddenly within an eighth of a mile of the camp. . k , One native named Juma, from the coast, an unskilled hunter, observing' that the wind wss in such a direction that it blew news of the herd to him rather than blowing his whereabouts to the knowledge of the herd, ran out in the open with his rifle and aimed at short range at a powerful creature which was . watering a straggling shrub with water be had taken in his trunk from the pond. Once hit, the elephant was corre spondingly furious and rushed at Juma after a deliberate scrutiny of the immediate foreground to discover his whereabouts. Having determined where bis assailant stood, he tore along, crazy with rage, toward the shaking savage. Juma. with an oriental's Instinct of prostration before such an overwhelm ing force, merely threw himself flat upon the ground. The-elephant rushed completely over htm. but by accident left him safe, although choked and blinded with the disturbed and sandy soil. The great feet cleared him, and the tusks missed him. Almost twenty-four hours passed be fore Jnma dared believe himself alive and sound, and for the first twelve hours after the excitement he spoke of himself only in the past tense, as of one dead. The Clothesline Test. "Let me see her clothes on the line," said an old fashioned woman recently. "and I can tell if she is a good house keeper." The test lies in the way the garments are hung. If the shirts are scattered around promiscuously the woman lets garbage stand on her kitchen table overnight. - The shirts. like we men, should slwsys bang to gether, shoulder to shoulder, and ev erything of Its kind should bang In a row. Atchison Globe, f 1909 Hagerstown Fair. F. S. JULY 27, 28, 29, 30. W. C. ABBOTT, President WALKER, Secretary. PALLADIUM WANT AOS. PAY "Dar is some men," said Uncle Eben "who is such natural-born bullies dat dey regards common politeness as a sign dat you is afraid of 'em." Molding a Future. "What kind of a career have you mapped out for your boy Josh?" "I'm goin' to make a lawyer of him," answered Farmer Corntossel. "He's Cac of Precision. Sir Henry Brackenbury tells some interesting anecdotes of Marshal Can robert, this among them: "Most Important to Canrobert's mind was the wording of an order so that it could not be misinterpreted, and bis favorite story was Le Bourgeois de Falaise.' In the town of Falaise an order was for some good reason issued that no one should go out at night without a lantern. The first nigbt after the issue of the order an official ran up against a man in the dark and took him before the authorities. 'Where is your lantern T It is here.' But there Is no candle in it. 'Your got an unconquerable fancy fur tendin to other folks business, an he might I order said nothing about a candle.' On as well git paid fur it." Sportive Prospects. "You have settled a liberal allow ance on your titled son-in-law?" , "I have," answered Mr. Cumrox. Do you think he can manage to keep out of debt?" "I dunno about that. the next nigbt the same bourgeois was again run Into and again brought up. What have you to sayT 'Here Is the lantern and the candle In if 'But the candle Is not lighted. : Tour order said nothing about Its being lighted.' " Delay in taking Foley's Kidney One of us is Remedy if you have backache, kidney bound to feel more or less pinched, or bladder trouble, fastens the disease Which it is will probably depend on anon you and makes a cure more dlf whether I can persuade him to play flcult. Commence taking Foley's Kid poker or he can persuade me to try ney Remedy today and you will soon baccarat. 1 De wen. vny. risa a serious maiauy; A. G. Luken & Co. MASONIC CALENDAR. At a marrier aorrlrw tn RnrlinMt th Wednesday Evening, July 21. bride waa nrm. t.r M? V a aa a w aa a . I voo umi k . . et a. u. Btat-i that wham about to atra ea meeting. ; 1 her falae teeth dimmed oat. To Niagara Falls ' J August 10 via Cleveland and the Lake. To Atlantic City, Cape Map And other Seashore Resorts. August S To Colorado and California Daily with long limit. Variable routes. To Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Daily. Seattle, Portland. San Francisco and other Pacific Coast and West ern cities may be visited on the trip, which may be made over variable routes west of Chicago and St. Louis. Homeseekers Northwest, West, Southwest On designated dates during Summer. Sunday Excursion to Indianapolis $1.23 Round Trip. July 25th, 1909. Special Train Leaves at . 7 A. JL Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati , e a - $1.23 Round Trip, July 25th, 1909. Special Train Leaves at 8:25 A. M. GET PARTICULARS From nearest Ticket Agent, or call on or write C W. Elmer, Richmond. Ind.r C. 1VI. HAMILTON, DENTIST Over 82S Main Street. e HIS. DR. S. EDGAR BOND Removed from Richmond Ave. to 207 N. 9th. Changed Phone No. 245S. Open All tho Year ftound ML Clemens Mineral Water Baths Nature's Cure for RHEUMATISM and All Nervous and Blood DIssssca Ths popularity of If . CtaneMM a HE. oh saonssSlas: yssy. K-ClmM offers Th merits of Mt. Clemens Mineral Water 1 hihmsHKALTH AKDVTMAKUKM RESORT i werv reonialtai for r t Itsi aaa mm The merits of Mt. Clemens Mineral Water Bex Us ere sttee tea Toy ptesBtneat hbtskmi where. Ms. Clemens Is deliehtfallT situated SO mile from Drtroit. Thromgh Mm directions. Detroit sobarbeji loii le care mrtry half fconr. IUuMf H d booli of MX. mailed free. Address F. ft. EASTMAN. CMWM acamsiieros. . v wttfc I as . V aT 1 DEL J. A. WALLS, THE SPEOALIST tk Testis. St3s CI4 OKlee days Satsvtey sj! Consultation and ttcHay, Traesmay. nrlCay ana eacSi week, one Free. nonth'a Traatmsnt jri rttar.iRKii nr this throat. LUNG SV &&fyt KIDNEYS. UVER and BLADDER. RHEATISM. hl ifiZf . DYSPEPSIA a.Bd DISEASES OF THE BlaOOD. Epl- ptse-iSi! FeTnaleDi.ea.; Lo-f SSSSXSTJSlJS in. f issure ana uicersiion. 7.;V Dinn RUPTURE POSITIVELY CURED AND GUARANTEED. - Net Desired. Having at enormous pains got her length, breadth and thickness about right, the woman heaved a sigh of re lief. "No fourth dimension In mine, if von please !" she exclaimed with un mistakable feeling. X Some aver that the feminine mino Is not attracted by metaphysics any way! Exchange. Out In the Rain. It Js particularly aggravating when yon get canght in the rain with yonr new hat to see by the official weather report that the precipitation was only six one-hnndredths of an Inch. Ohio State Journal. Idleness makes such slow progress that misery-easily catches It at the first turning of the roadway. THERE IS NOT A GOOD WOMAN IN WAYNE COUNTY Who can afford to miss the educa tional lecture given by Dr. Sarah Goodwin, of Chicago, in the Grace M. E. church, corner 10th and N. A. Thursday. July 22nd. at 2:30 P. M. Free. To ladies only. Subject: .The House in Which We Live." 20-2t The poppy, so the ancient story goes, was created to allay her grief by Ceres while searching for her beloved daugh ter. Prosernina. What 8,000,000 Women Want You have no idea how much the women are doing to make this world a better place to live in. The historian of the future will peer over his specs and sagely observe that the woman's movement of 1909 was one of the great events in the world's history. Woman's progress started in the literary clubs that met to read Browning and discuss Re naissance Art and other high brow things. Now the club women are just about on the verge of bossing everything between the two seas. Certainly, this is a matter you will enjoy looking into. Rheta Childe Dorr has written a splen did article on the subject. In HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE AUGUST ON SALE NOW Twenty other features, any one of them enough to make you say that this is the "best magazine in America." Capturinr Wild A nimals A live Captain Fritz Duquesne tells an amazing story of the risks taken by men who capture wild animals alive. Roosevelt's dan ger is as nothing compared with it. King Pierpont the First, and the Trust that will Control all other Trusts Water power will soon control farming, manufac turing, transportation. The power of the Water Power Trust will be beyond Comprehension." John L. Mathews tells how and why in an article that will give you new things to think about. ; " The Private Bank Puzsle." ' by Edwin Palmer and William B. MacHarg. Another of the series of achievements of Luther Trant, Psychologist Detective. " The Wood Box " by Gouver neur Morris, a story oi the Lost Dauphin, charmingly told in Mr. Morris's delightful style. And ether splendtd vacation fiction by Elmer Blaney Harris, O. Henry, Myra Kelly and Ger trude Auen, G. W. Ogden, etc Why They Like Iodoform. "Train robbers, burglars, safe blow- I m hAMnn nMn aifit In tnnt tMtarlv all that class of professional criminals who resort to deeds of : violence are greatly addicted to the use of. iodo form." said a former California sher iff. "These fellows after committing some crime besprinkle their clothing liberally with the load smelling fluid. They also pour it on their guns and knives and the tools of their trade. The reason is that they often make hurried flights in which they are not Infrequently trailed with bloodhound. There is nothing a bloodhound hates worse than the scent of Iodoform, and it has been repeatedly the cause of the dog abandoning pursuit of a fugitive malefactor. Knowing this, the crooks are liberal buyers of an article that may tend to cause their freedom from capture. Baltimore American. Bay it today asry five 15 HAtXfTQtnttAXlAZDtZ.HmrmYmA FANCY GQGCEQ WUWmwmm tzss CMs&Ss&s 1ST a FOR OALC I SMntrst t dtwOTstal Caw1 t w. txr caAss3Y a so i 1 aa SAYestcertl CeS i Stop The unspeakable torture of Rheumatism cast be promptly relieved and eventually Hnpptd by the use of Crocker's Rheumatio Cure. Even in the most advanced and oust i sore cases this wonderful remedy rarely fails, because it supplies the blood with the power to eradicate the cause of the disease. Why suffer, when prompt relief can be had frees Crocker's rHILIJPS DRUG CO- WAKKEX. PA. 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