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V X ' V V IAKKOW looks well as long as it lasts lasts longer than ordinary collars S and costs no more I 15 cents 3 for as cents ' ChMtt, Pertody a Co., Maka) Arfow Cuffs S3 cnta a pair tr GIVE A LOVING CUP Milton, Ind., July 22. The Christian Sunday school as a token of their ap preciation of the retiring superintend ent, F. M. Jones presented him a lov ing cup. The cup is of silver, gold lined. It is ten inches high including the base. On it is the inscription, "Presented F. M. Jones by the Chris tian Sun-day school as a token of appre ciation of valued services, July 1909." The presentation address was made by Mrs. J. L. Manlove and worded in her usual beautiful language. It was re sponded to gracefully, yet feelingly. by Mr. Jones, who was completely sur prised. Mir. Jones has served- the school twenty-one years' having ac cepted the office at the time that Mrs. Sarah Peters, now Mrs. Thaddeus Gor don resigned to go to Indianapolis to take the position of matron at the deaf and dumb institute. During that time he has ever given the Sunday school bis faithful service, never being absent xeept under necessity. FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY Milton, Ind., July 22. The fiftieth birthday of Albert Wilson of Dodd ridge, was celebrated in a pleasant manner by a surprise party given in his honor Sunday. The invited 'guests were Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Pinnick, Mrs. Susie Wilson, mother of Mrs. Wilson, Mr, and Mrs. L. P. Zeller. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Roark, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Wtasler, Mrs. Susan Wilson and son Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and son, Mrs. Emma ' Ferguson and grandchil dren, Robert and Harold McDaniel, Miss Lulu Ferguson and Dr. C. A. Roark. Mr. Wilson's birthday came on Saturday, and he stated that if they had come on that day he would not have been surprised, but as it was he was completely and happily surprised. The dinner was one of those affairs that make the mouth water to think of, to say nothing of the eating. Wlggs He used to help her np and down stairs before they were married. Mrs. Wlggs Now she has to look out lest be trips her. London Telegraph. Use III Order Your Supply Today From Your Dealer Never 1m without a package of 20 Mule Teasa Powdered Borax lathe house reedy and convenient for use. It Is Good For The Fa, y Cuts. Burns. Sores. Soslp Md Heir. ; Th Eyes. Throat, Skin Disease. ra, ... Ran J 9 and Nells, Teeth and llouta. The Nursery. Catarrh. The laundry. . Perspiration The Kitchen. Chaflar, General Uses. ete. (Pure GBorox has fully demonstrated Its value la the heme far a hundred different pur pose. Borax is more economical than any other embetance that will do the same work. ; Whtn PWe Borax enters the family as en article of common use. it soon becomes a neoemitr. and is as fixed a ooauaoahty tor recular household sup ply as salt, soap or sucar. 20 Mule Team Powdered Package Borax is 99f to 100 puras BORAX Oearaateed by Mu edeKark . - . and Mannlaotnrer. let Yctr Dealer Sapftj Yov Ttday any -lis? J W8THER OF THAW WHITES Oil CASE She Issues a Book Which Is Entitled "The Secret ' Unveiled." DEALS WITH FAMOUS CASE SHE STATES HER 80N'S IMPRIS ONMENT IS ILLEGAL AND THAT JEROME BELIEVES THAT HE IS . 8ANE. New York, July 22. Harry Thaw's mother has issued her book In which she attacks the courts. District Attor ney Jerome and all others connected in any way either with the prosecution of her son for the murder of Stanford White or with keeping him in the asy lum at Matteawan since he escaped conviction on the plea of insanity. She nas mailed copies to many newspapers. The title is "The Secret Unveiled." She says: It Is Cowardly. "When I returned from Europe In July, 1906, I found a cowardly combin ation of men of professional standing, with disappointed blackmailers, per jurers and others all working in the interest of the very rich companions of Stanford White to prevent a trial which would result in exposure. They set to work to blacken the reputation of my son, an average young man with a chivalrous nature. Then the entire family living and dead was at tacked by slanderous falsehoods. They pretended my son had delusions re garding those three infamous dens used by Stanford White and his com panions in their orgies. Judge from the unlooked-for disclosures and from the powerful influence of these misera ble degenerates of the corruption be hind this persecution." It Is Illegal. She declares Thaw's confinement in Matteawan "illegal imprisonment that would wreck most men of fortitude." Criticising: the courts she says the "five appellate Judges handed down three separate opinions, two of which must be wrong. The opinion of Judge Dowling was based on the testimony of one of the most unreliable witnesses In the case. There could be no denun ciation too severe for a Russian judge who would dare sustain a sentence so unjust ani cruel and so violative of every constitutional safeguard. Every doctor who has examined my son, 17 in all, say .Thaw was and is sane.' He never had any delusions and no para nol whatever. Nothing is more ob vious than that Jerome believes him sane, or he would not have so persist ently sought to prevent a hearing on his sanity." Nb attempt is made at a real review of the case. Mrs. Thaw only quotes from the arguments used in her son's defense. TO HOLD MEETING FOB GOOD ROADS Preble County Society Meets August 3rd. Eaton, O., July 22. The following is the detailed program to be given at the regular . meeting of the Preble County Good Roads association, which is to be held in Eaton on Tuesday, August 3. Roll call and reading of minutes. Enrollment of new members. Report of officers and committees on unfinished business. Address, Hon. J. C. Wonders, state highway commissioner. Symposium The King Drag; Road Rollers; One of Many Road Superivis ora The Object, Aim and Scope of Good Roads Organizations, Lon Disher, Lewisburg. Question Box. IS GETTING SPORTY Another boxing carnival was held at Anderson last night. Tickets were purchased by mail from sports at Mu ri de, New Castle, Indianapolis and all the nearby towns. The Madison county seat seems to be bound to boom in one way or the other. HAGERSTOVN III NEED 0FJV10HE MEN Car Company Enlarges and Adds More Men. Hagerstown, Ind., July 22. -Tbe Light Inspection Car Co. is repairing its buildings on the east side of Wash ington street and placing new machin ery, preparatory to taking on a force of fifty or more sew men. Among the Improvements to the factory is the bridge 5 overhead between the : two buildings which is completed. There waa never such a demand tor houses to rent in Hagerstown as at present. . Several new ones have been built to met the requirements but the supply is yet under the demand and more will be required before the new comers can find accommodations. A number of additional residences will be put up this talL PIIICH GYPSY Wet' Arrested by Marshall Drischell For Alleged Theft of Money. A LINEKAN WAS A VICTIM Milton, Ind., July 22.A gypsy wo man has been arested by Marshal Drischell of Cambridge City and charged with the theft of money from the cook of a gang of Western Union telegraph linemen, who have been working in this vicinity for some time. The woman is accused of taking a gold watch- that was in the trunk, also. She was taken to Cambridge City. It is probable that some sensational devel opments may result if the case comes to trial. The woman claims the cook or other members of the gang were indebted to her. The .gypsies have been camping near here for some time. They are noi very desirable residents, but have not been found- committing any misde meanors. It is claimed- the woman had been working about the camp of the linemen. Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken the constitution and develop into con sumption, but heals and strengthen the lungs. It affords comfort and relief in the worst cases of chronic bronchitis, asthma, hay fever and lung trouble. A. G. Luken & Co. AU. uiu.11 ca&lRIES. Where New Yorkers Can Have Wanti Supplied at Any Hour. Among the many places of business of one and another sort that iu a great city are kept open all night are bak eries.. The bakery is a peculiarly domes tic business establishment, supplying mostly home wants, and as most peo ple work days and sleep nights it might be supposed that there would be uo occasion to keep bakeries open nights, but here, where with the city's manifold industries there mast be a large number of people working at all times to keep things going, there are bakeries that do keep open and find trade at all hours. Home of these all night bakeries have lunch room attachments, where people stop la to eat going to or from work, while others do a bakery busi ness only. At either customers come in at all hours of the night to buy things to carry away, just as people do at any hour of the day, for the people who go to work at midnight or at 1. 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning want bread and bakery stuff before they go, just the same as do those who begin their labors at 7, 8 or 9, and there is likely to be in their neighborhood an all night open bakery where they can regularly supply their wants. From 2 to 5 a. m. are the hours that mark low ebb in the all night bakery trade, but customers are dropping in all night long. New York Sun. "Entertaining job that chap has." remarked a man to a companion at a wild beast show. "What's entertaining about feeding the lions?" was the question that fol lowed. "He keeps tbe table in a roar!" re sponded tbn joker Imdon Mail. WORK IS COMPLETED Preble x Grand Jury Adjourned . After Finding Four True Bills.- MURDER, RAPE AND ARSON Eaton, O., July 22. The grand jury which had been in session for the past three days completed their work at noon Wednesday and have filed a re port of their session. Besides the charge of first degree murder returned against Harry Rife, slayer of Mrs, LJda Gilmore Griswold, three other true bills were found. They are: Samuel C. Siders, murder in the sec ond degree. At a preliminary bearing given Siders he was charged with as sault During a fight Siders had with John Mann, the latter was struck on the head with a pick handle, receiving injuries from which he died about a week after the occurrence. William Duggins, charged with ar son. He was charged with having caused a fire that destroyed a building occupied by his barber shop, which was to have been sold the day follow ing the fire, to satisfy a claim assessed against him by the common pleas court. Arthur Garner was Indicted on the charge of rape. The report of the jury states a visit had been made to the jail and Its con dition inquired Into. They found ev ery regulation of the judge had been complied with, and every detail cor rect. Tbe jury recommended that the iron- work on the interior of the baa tlle be repainted and a small amount of plastering be done in the women's department. In Every Crumb of Grope -Nuts There's health and strength for Body and Brain. There's a Reason" Read "The Road to Wellville," in pkas. A PPETTY SHIGER SfiiO MSSIIIG Well Known Indianapolis Wom an Thought to Have Eloped With a Teacher. LEAVES HUBBY AND SON MAN, MRS. GEO. E. MAURICE It THOUGHT TO HAVE GONE WITH IS NORMAN KENT, PROMINENT VOCAL TEACHER. Indianapolis, July 22. Mrs. George E. Maurice, contralto soloist in St. John's Catholic church. Is missing from her home, 924 Udell street. She was last seen on July 11, when Nor man Kent, her voice teacher and tenor in the same church choir, disappeared. The two have been closely associated in musical work for three years. Kent was a frequent visitor at the Maurice home. James Brannon, 1006 Udell street. Mrs. Maurice's father, is at a loss to explain her disappearance. He said he knew Kent well and never suspect ed him of intending to entice his only daughter away from her husband and young son. Wanted Boy Cared For. Mrs. Maurice called on her father about July 11 and told him she was going away for a brief visit with rela tives. She asked him to care for the boy. Maurice, the woman's husband, travels for Hollweg & Rees, 128 South Meridian street, and will not return to this city until Saturday. He came home last Saturday and was surprised to find his wife missing, according to Brannon. The police say that Mrs. Maurice was the heavily veiled companion of Kent mentioned in an anonymous communication received by them. They have been looking for her quiet ly and intended to keep- the matter a secret. Many people with chronic throat and lung trouble have found comfort 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 better until I took Foley's Honey and Tar. It stopped the hemorrhages and pain in my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet." A. G. Luken & Co. ANCIENT GUNS. Remarkable Weapons That Were Used by the Turks and Chinese. At the siege of Rhodes the Turks constructed mortars by hollowing oat cavities in tbe solid rock at tbe proper angle, and in the arsenal at Malta is a trophy of the long and glorious defense of Valetta in a Turkish gun. about a six pounder, composed of a copper tube colled over with strong rope and "jack eted" with rawhide. In tbe same col lection are some antique "quick firers." breechloaders, with small bores and immensely long barrels, like punt guns. The Malay pirates put great trust In tbe long brass swivel guns called "lela," and in Borneo these lelas were used as a kind of currency, large sums being estimated in guns. Tbe Chinese cast excellent bronze guns (there is a fine specimen of them in Devouport dockyard), but so little did they understand gunnery that in the so called "opium war" the forts of the Bocca Tigris, defending the Can-, ton river, had the guns built Immova bly into tbe walls. Tbe Sikh gunners opposed to England in tbe two Punjab wars, though they loaded with amaz ing recklessness, shoveling In the pow der from open boxes, stuck to their guns to the last. The blood of the first man killed was smeared on tbe gun. and the whole detachment died beside it sooner than retreat. Chambers' Journal. Too Much of a Tonic. When Mr. Chinchin returned home from Chinch in it Chinchin's the other day he found bis wife lying worn out upon tbe sofa. "Nothing wrong. I hope! he ex claimed. "I'm afraid I shall have to stop that tonic the doctor prescribed for Tom my. Mrs. Chinchin faintly murmured. "Why? Isn't he any better r asked Chinchin. "Oh, yes. but I think the tonic must be too invigorating. Why. he has slid down the banisters six times this morning, broken the hall lamp, two vases, a water jug and a looking glass, tied a tin can to the cat's tall and scribbled his name on the drawing room paper. Of course It's very grati fying, but I don't feel I could stand much mere, so I think I I'll stop the tonic." - Bats Inside Bamboo. The cutting down of a clump of bamboos in the royal botanical gar dens, Singapore, shows that the hol lows in the stems of these plants may afford a dwelling place for bats. On the splitting of a joint three bats flew out. and it was perceived that others were within. Care was taken to pre vent further escape, and later exami nation of the Joint revealed the pres ence of twenty-three bats in the hol low. Fenr of these were adult females and nineteen young ones. : Other bam boo joints were also found to contain a nuaaber of bats. Tbe species is known as Vesperugo pachypus. Lon don Scrape. .. . .. - -. ... v. The Proper Question. The man with the glassy eye and pretematvraUy solemn djraieanor pot down a sovereign at the booking office at Charing Cross and demanded a ticket. "What station T snapped the booting clerk. Tbe would be traveler steadied himself "What stations have your he asked, with quiet dignity. - Fatima Cigarettes afford continual eejoymcnt to many thousand cigarette smokers, ysar'ra and year out. The Fajtima blend is neither too atxoos.nor too mild-it is Just risht. Skillful blenaof tlaftsd tobaccos develops a delicate, ditrtncTtare-fisaror nut always attracts, and a fulL rich 1 satisfies. Smokers aooreciate t tity as well as their high THIS WEEK Emmons Tailoring Co. will show the New Fall Styles in Suitings this week. The styles for the fall are very attrac tive. Neat plaids and stripes will be worn, also blue serges. Venetian cloth and unfinished worsteds In plain col ors. There are also Scotch mixtures and decidedly pretty are certain Eng lish effects in which a distinctive pat tern is produced by two tones of the same color blending into the design. A cordial invitation is extended to all to see the new fall styles. Fine suits $15, 18. $20. 20-at Bob: Juat mad some splendid biscuits Gold Mu nour. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY. Suifls ..Positively.. $15 Vtlaes. NO MORE NO LESS 710 Main St BAKED HAM, POTATO CHIPS, BULK OLIVES. PEANUT BUTTER. HADLEY BROS. i FOR GALE I Small tract of land near tae city suitable and equipped J t lor aardealaa sad calekea Z e raising W. B. BRADBURY SON ! 1 suad S.Westeot1 Block I A Isrge laveke ef pyro- a a a a . fgrspay gooas ssa scis jssi t received xt I ucoauANirs coos stcze I There la Notalafj to Equal t ZWISSLEETS I: QUAKER OREAD For sale ay aO fjroecrs Try Our HARD COAL n. C teSxrCt A Sea. Pte BR. IF TU FJ O AN ICON D2AY PH? Also the Best Horse Feed 01 the Market. Just the kind far sum mer. A coot and invigorating feed. This la no stuff. We have all the goods; call and see us. . MCCKOrn) FEED STC2 11-13 n.c FhelrYrenertcMjtf auan- if a f I I quality. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY We suave tkasn. sJl sixes, all SA Brownie esUy six. W. D. RCSS DX2UG ' To Niagara Falls eVuzust 10 via Cleveland and the Lake. To Atlantic City, Cape Map '' 1 And other Seashore Resorts. August S '-'.'. ..... i ... . ...... ; ....;, To Colorado and California Daily with ions UmlL Variable routes. ' . ' m "' . V' 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 mar he made ova variable routes west of Chicago and St. Louis. Homeseekers Northwest, West, Southwest On designated dates during 'Summer. "V - - . Sunday Excursion to Indianapolis $1.25 Round Trip. July 25th, 1909. Special Train Leaves at 7 A. XL Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati $1.25 Round Trip. July 25th. 1909. Special Train Leaves at 8:25 A. XL GET PARTCeU LAHC From nearest Ticket Agent, or call on or write C. W. Elmer, .Richmond. Ind. DO. G. a Will be at the Resldeace of Every Friday Kl , ; C. IWf. HAMILTON, DENTICT Over 82$ Uala Street. Rasa X213. DR. S. EDGAR BOMD Removed from Richmond Ave. to 207 N. 9th. ChangedePhoao No. tin. Until Aiiouott 1 f 1CCO. itjo will malio all conrccottlono from our malno to you? collar Richmond For psrticulcro Polkdion Uont yc re is cd c prices salt CO, C21 ISsSn CL l:ot WC1 dcr. lid ol.EacSt.Wi 0- ILBc tcIcpScno 1 C37 ilcb - Cczl a T7cd