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TITE RICHMOITO FAITLADIUBI AXD 8UX-TELEGRA3I, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1909.
PAGE SIX News of Surrounding Towns MILTON. IND. trip to Muncle, Bluffton and that sec tion of the state, yesterday. Mesdames Mary St. Clair, Hattie Heist and L. M. Gentle attended the funeral of their cousin, Miss Maggie Mosbaugh at Cambridge City yester day. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. John Coyne, south of town, Saturday ' evening was a very pretty social event. Milton, Ind., Nov. 3. Miss Cora Brown spent yesterday with Miss Em ma Qulnn, at New Lisbon. Phillip HIgham, of Brownsville de livered a load of wheat at the Milton Riverside flour mills. Mesdames A. . Hart, Lycurgus Bee- son. Oliver Ferguson, Carrie Johnson j There were thirty-eight in attendance and Lydia Bragg, were guests of the j Favors at cards were awarded. Mrs. . . . . . r 1, t 1, . , lfTlll TlfnllntO isiDert (jaiaweii auu vin a"-i I first favors and Mrs. O. L. Beeson and I Prank Wallace, second favors. The party was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Florea, who leave next week for Santiago to remain until May Geo. Kelsey, of southwest of town was greeting friends here, yesterday. social union with Mrs. Van Buskirk of Cambridge City, yesterday. Mrs. E. B. Newman entertained Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Newman, daughter and guests, Jonathan Pyles and . daughter, Mrs. Myers and children, at dinner, Sunday. Miss Selina Hale of Rich mond, was also a guest at supper. Benj. Toms, living west of Milton, had a valuable cow to die. Mrs. C H. Wood presented a paper before her home club. "The Woman's club." at Winchester today. Mrs. Wood sent her paper. Its subject was "Indiana clubs." He said he was looking for men to gather corn. The decorations at the thimble party with Mrs. O. H. Beeson Monday after noon, were handsomely done in au tumn leaves and gave the room a beau tiful appearance. There were fifty in attendance and forty-five registered to Albert Wilson and Miss Bessie become members of "The Prisciua Jm- George, of Doddridge, spent Sunday broidery club." Mrs. O. H. Beeson. afternoon at her mother's here. Mrs. Elwood Beeson, Mrs. J. W. Brum- Mlss Cora Bennett will make her field, were hostesses for the occasion. home with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones. Dougnnuts ana conee w ru , The club will be restricted to two ar- Thh Wvmnr and Ron flhsnncev Wv- 1 uc tluu . x. . ,., ------- tlciPS oniy. The next meeting 01 ine more of Connersville, called on Mrs. M-"- " ' ' l.tt,u 0 T a nraee fmn win ue win ram. oo- Joseph Lamberson, nee Anna ford at Bentonville, Sunday, ter is in ill health. Craw- Mesdames . The hostesses will De ine lai- T nooT, onH iiragg, uran erase. "vu"" n a RnrHers. The time will be No- John Higgins. of New Castle, has vember 15th. Cole entertained about thirty guests, at a Hallowe'en party Saturday even ing at the Stanley home. Mr. Charles Compton of Memphis. Tenn., Is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Engle were enter tained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Mr. Lon Morrison was the guest of James Kuth Tuesday evening. Miss Marie Peelle and Miss Roxle McKee are taking a night course of sewing lessons of Miss Gause of Rich mond. Mr. James King and daughter Ada planned a surprise for Mrs. King at their country home east of town, Mon day evening. The affair was given to celebrate Mrs. King's birthday. A de licious luncheon of ice-cream, cake and coffee was served to thirty-three guests. Mrs. Peelle of Richmond moved Monday into the property she recent ly purchased of Augustus McNeill. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ullom spent Sun day in New Madison. Miss Elma Horner was the guest of friends in New Madison, Sunday. Miss Donna Morrison and Bernice Horner were guests of Miss Ruby Mc Whinney, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heilman of New Madison were entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Short were Sunday guests of Mr. .and Mrs. Jerry McCar thy of Westville. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sherer of Eaton visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shinkle, Sunday. Mr. Frank Miller and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Brown. company last week was one of the most enjoyable and successful enter prises that ever was undertaken In this place. The public certainly ap preciated the efforts that this firm had made for entertainment as was proven by the crowds in attendance, the large store room being packed with people every evening. Mr. Van Antwerp of Dowagiac, Mich., was present demon strating the merits of the Round Oak been at his sister's, Mrs. David Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shepherd of Beeson's station, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Fritz, near Conners ville. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Wagner attend ed the funeral of the late Miss Maggie ALL NEWSPAPERS SHOULD COPY THIS. We cheerfully copy the following: I hope that every newspaper in the Mosbaugh at Cambridge City, yester- country will copy this. If they will, dav. rhev will do worlds of good for thous- Miss Irene Crook has rheumatism, ands of sick people who are now sui- Fountain City, Ind., were guests of The Ladies' Aid society of the Chris- fering as I did for years with my Mr and Mrs HOLLANSBURG, 0. Hollansburg, O., Nov. 3. Miss Alice Flege of Troy, O., was visiting with Rae and Mae Thomas from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Bascom of Lynn. Ind., and Mrs. Eliza Gist of tian church put in a quilt at the home stomach and kidneys, but thanks to of Mrs. Alice Gresh today, for Mrs. the wonderful medicine that is now Clayton Belford of Richmond. doing so much good all over the coun- Mrs. Northern and granddaughter, trv. I am liberated from my years of enroute home to Richmond from Con- torture and am once more enjoying TiAt-HvlllP visited Mrs John Sneers. Uho trrpat hlpssine of good health. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stoten of near For several years my back was hurt Bentonville. spent Sunday with Mr. me me most of the time, and I would and Mrs. Jas. Phillpott, that place. have to get up from ten to fifteen Mr. and Mrs. Santford Mustin of times every night on account of my south of town, spent Sunday with Mr. kidneys. My food would sour and and Mrs. Flora Kellam, in the coun- burn in my stomach and I would bloat try. and belch until I would get dizzy and The friends of Jack Lyons are tell- nervous. I was badly constipated, and ing a funny joke on him. He was had to be taking something all of the talking of his soldier life and asserted time. If I didn't I was sure to have a that he had fought, bled and died for bad spell of sick headache. No one his country. They question as to knows how much I did suffer, but at- whether he is now a spook. ter taking the great remedy, Root Mr. and Mrs. Will Heath and family Juice, a short time, I began to im spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mc- prove, and after using about six bot- Hatton north of Bentonville. ties I am strong and well, and feel like R. J. Kellam spent Monday evening a boy. I am glad to tell every sick with his daughter, Mrs. Sam Williams, person all about it. because I sympa at Cambridge City. thize with those who suffer as I did." Mrs. Charlotte Weaver, of Benton- l. F. Pratt, South Bend, Ind. It is ville. well known here, fell recently well known here that Root Juice i& and la suffering from a sDrained ankle, certainly a wonderful medicine. It is W. E. Booth returned from Con- sold for one dollar a bottle or two bot neravilln vesterdav. He had to auit ties for two dollars and a half. A. G, owing to some accident to machinery Luken & Co.. drug store at the auto factory. He does not con template : returning to Connersville, and will now be ready for calls to do wall papering. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sheets spent Sun HAGERSTOWN. IND. Haeerstown. Ind., Nov. 3. Mr. and Mrs .Tarrth firnvfs of New Castle re day with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Crawford. turned Monday after a visit with Mr. Mrs. Catherine swanora 01 ueesons . Mr nan5. Fist station spent yesteraay wun bit. ami Mr and Mrg Hollace Hoover enter- Mrs. Elwood Beeson. tnineri Siindav. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mrs. Catherine Wallace is not reeling g ,t d daughter Helen. Mrs. Chas so well. TJewcnmff and the Misses Anna and The Manlove comedy company win Martha Kaufman iriva their nlav "The Three Hats." at New Lisbon, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wissler have wi8sler farm east Qf town, recently Elmer McGrew has moved near Cambridge City to tne from B. F. moved to Oliver Ferguson's tenant house near the Big Four station. Mr. and Mrs. Horace .Huddleston have moved to Mrs. Wells's property on West Connersville street. Mrs. Frank Connelly will accompany bought of the Whitsells'. Funeral services of Lewis Gebphart aged "9 years were held at the uer- man Baptist church west of town, Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. Alva Cook of Greensfork is W. L. Robertson, Sun Athens Saved by Poetry. When B. C 404. after a heroic strag gle. Athena, the "City of the Violet Crown," was captured by Lysander there were not wanting clamorous voices to urge that the city whose lust for empire bad brought such woes oa Greece ought to be laid level with the ; ground. The Spartan general at first lent a ' willing ear to bis powerful allies, but stoves and ranges and his arguments while the council was still debating proved to be so convincing that twen- this momentous issue a plaintive voice ty-six of these stoves were sold during was heard from the city walls cbant the opening.. And as the firm was lng those noble lines from the "Elec- making special prices on almost every tra of Lnrlpldes. that most numan line of goods their trade was some- of the poets of Greece, In which the thing surprising even to themselves, heroine contrasts ner raiien lot won in almost every department of their the splendid exploits of her father, large business. who bad dismantled the towers of xxoy. Lysander bent bis head and pon dered on fortune's cruel reverses. Tri umphant as Agamemnon, who could tell but that be might be reserved for a fate as cruel? The lesson of mod eration was accepted. Athens was saved. Milton bss immortalized this dramat ic event in one of his best known sonnets: TO AILING WOMEN A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a Sufferer in Richmond. No woman can be healthy and well if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that pass off in the secretions when the I of d Elect,-,,-, poet had the power kidneys are well, are retained in the To save the Athenian walls from ruin body when the kidneys are sick. Kid- Comets and Great Men. It is somewhat remarkable how of ten the death of an eminent person has been marked by tbe appearance of a comet A certain writer, indeed, aft- neys and bladder become inflamed and swollen and worse troubles quick ly follow. This is often the true cause of bearing down pains, lameness, iqVqVio sidonfho etc. ITric nnison- ing also causes headaches, dizzy r S innmgn a .i spells, languor, nervousness and rheu- X says that It is "as if God mafic nain and nature Intended by comets to ring When suffering so, try Dean's Kid- the knell of VJ'- ?SJ? ney Pills, a remedy that cures sick churches upon earth not sacred kidneys. You will get better as the ough for watt "JJta- kidneys get better, and health will re- "J"r.K. vZTrT. turn when the kidneys are well. Let a Richmond woman tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. Augusta A. Smith, Earlham College, Richmond, Ind.. says: "I had kidney complaint and was in -a gener al run down condition. The kidney secretions were distressing and scanty a few. Lotharius the Yonnger. Louis IL, Charles the Bald. Theotillon. bish op of Tours; Henry II. and Richard L bad their knells thus rang by comets. Even in Shakespeare's time the comet was considered a fitting accompani ment to the obsequies of kings: Hung be tbe heavens with black, yield day to night- day. Oren Buckingham was called to the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. Jennie Stanton, near Oxford, O., last week, who is suffering with cancer and Is in quite a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Kerst of Baker's Store spent Sunday with their daugh ter Mrs. C. C. Davis and family. Mrs. Georgia Downing of New Mad ison. O., spent last week here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf. J. E. Irelan and family spent Sun day at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Martin. Mrs. Sarah Turner will spend some time at the home of her daughter Mrs. Rose Wolfal, until Mr. Wolfal can complete his arrangements to move to town in Mrs. Turner's property. Mrs. Anna Whiteman went to the country Monday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. George Skinner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peden and daughter of Texas are visiting local relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Locke and daughter of Indianapolis, returned to their home Monday after several days visit with Mrs. K. T. Locke and family. The cement work of the new Flatter block is progressing rapidly under thej management of G. M. Tice of Arcan um, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Payne of New Paris were visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Payne, Sunday. Taking advantage of the lovely weather Sunday afternoon, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Roads and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson took a swing around the circle in the doc tor's auto, visiting Bethel, Arba, Crete, Spartanburg, Bartonia, Ind., and Sharpeye, Nashville, Palestine and New Madison, O. The opening of the Wolf Hardware in passage and often a brick-dust sedi-l Comets. Import Ins change of times and ment was noticeable in them. Several years ago I began using Doan's Kid ney Pills and they benefited me so greatly that I have no hesitation In recommending them to persons simi larly afflicted." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co, tatea. Brandish your crystal tresses in the sky. And with tnem scourge the bad revolting star That have consented unto Henry's death. Loudon Outlook. The United States has been making Buffalo, increased purchases of lambs from New York, sole agents for the United Canada, amounting to about 1.0U0,0t"J States. annually for the three fiscal years Remember the name Doan's and 15XX, li07 and liu. For the fiscal take no other. year ended June 30. liKK). however, the amount was not quite $oOO,tKH. The chief ports of entry have been in New York state. Easy Money. How tbe street urchin spots an "easy marie" unit iret the coin iras ihOWD rontlv at Third and Chestnut streets. As many as 12C,XK boxes of Tas An excellently dressed young man j manian apples have arrived in a year with a setter dog which be held by a m ungianu in perieci conuiuon strap was standing on tbe corner. One of the newsboys stood beside ! the dog and when its master was not looking reached down and gave its tail a sharp pull. With a yelp of pain the dog turned quickly and jumped for its tormentor, but missed him by several inches. The fact that tbe dog did not bite him was no obstacle to tbe boy, wbo grabbed bis left arm with his right hand and began to scream furiously. "It bit me; it bit me. Take me to a hospital." The owner of tbe dog became alarm ed and ran to the boy. "Here, son." be said, "take this five dollar bill and keep quiet it'll be all right," and be hurried away. 'Easy money." said tbe newsboy as be joined his companions. Philadel phia Times. lier niece. Mrs. Dent to Sweetwater, vlgItlnK this week with her daughter Tenn., and visit there some days. Mrg Hollace Hoover. Wilbur Elwell received 7 cents a Mlgg Hazel Knapp and grandmother pound for his hogs at Indianapolis. He Mrg Violetta Knapp were guests re had 77 head and the average weight cently o Mrg joseph Grey at DuD. was about 190 pounds. jin Mr. and Mrs. Will Hurst will spend a he jeg Cemetery association few days at Frank Connelly's during met Monday evening and re-elected Mrs. Connelly's absence froh ome. Mrs. officers foll0ws: Mrs. Thad Mc- Hurst will keep house for her. Cown, president; Mrs. Newton Stover, Mesdames C. H. Pinnick. Martha treasurer and Miss Bell savoy, secre- tover. J. W. Judklns and Miss Came tary Arrangements were made to Walker leave today for Brookville to gerye tneir 5tQ annual Thanksgiving attend the district convention of the dnner A number of turkeySi have "Woman's Foreign Missionary society. secure(1 Mrs. Walter Matthews of Centerville Mr and' Mrg Michael Maier of called on her motner. m:s. iNeeanam, Covington G., arrived Tuesday noon Sunday afternoon Mesdames Cordell. Phoebe Pierce snd Miss Bessie Clevenger are dele Bates from the W. P. M. S. at Dod for a visit with Mrs. Maier s father, Volley Gohring and her sisters. Thomas Benbow has returned from a prospecting tour in South Dakota. Doddridge chapel to the district con- Mr Benbow and son Knode Benbow vention at Brookville have each taken a claim of one hun- Some one was wrong, whether the dred and gixty acres of l&ad which ls of extra Quality. Mr. Benbow who was a soldier will have only two years The type K Uve Qn hig claim tQ hold it while the son will have five years. Mr. Ben tvoesetter or correspondent. It was CS0 bushels of corn that Cyrus Phill pott husked in four days, made it read SOS. Mrs. Alice Haus of Kansas City. L, t rptnrn to Dakota until Mo., and father, Jacob McOonley, of j but Ws son and wife already vauiuiiuBc - j j have their home in that state. Fred Porterfield of Richmond was I in Hagerstown, tuning pianos Tues day. NEW PARIS. 0. the sister and daughter, Mrs. Geo. Fil by and family. The D. of R. lodge had work last night. Miss Grace Doddy received the degrees. The work was done by the Iocs lteam In a very nice manner. 'Maeriamoa Alvin Twwarv and Allan Trinn are the graceful leaders of the New Paris, O., Nov. 3. New Paris team. Cake and cream were served at is to have another business industry, the close of the ceremonies. The Ashman Heater Company which Dean Manlove, litUe son of Mr. and has heretofore had its goods made by Mr Uarrv Manlove. is sif!r. contract has rented the W. A. Brown Dr. C, A. Roark has returned from shop building and is installing machin Indianapolis. ery and power and will hereafter Ts Kellam received a nice cirt make their heaters, etc., themselves from Whittier, CaL, from her niece, Mrs. Chas. Caldwell, In the way of a box of English walnuts. Mesdames Alice Gresh and H. L. Jones spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hurst, near Connersville. Miss Anna Tooker, who spent Sun day evening at her Cousins, Dr. Swe ney, and also called on Prof, and Mrs. C H. Wood, will make her home at Connersville instead of Winchester. She has taken a position as stenogra pher with the wheel factory company. Connersville. Frank Doty spent Monday at bis daughter's Mrs. John Thurmssv at Richmond. He was on a business) and in New Paris. This will prove not e. small addition to the town's en terprises and will afford considerable work for our people. The business of Iho Heater company has been growing very rapidly and tie opening of their own factory has beoi contemplated for some time. Most of the pc!-?s for the new elec tric light system have been put up and wire is being strung. Quite number of houses have been wired for the new lights and others are being wired, so that it will not be long until electricity will be the public and large ly the private light of the town. Mrs. Orlo Stanley and Mrs. George Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect. See that your horse is not al lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness. It's wonderfully penetrating- goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant. Here's the Proof. Mr. G. T. Roberts of Resaca, Ga., R.F.D. No. x, Box 43, writes : "I hae used your Liniment on a horse for Swee ney and effected a thorough cure. I al so removed a spavin on a mule. This spavin was as large as a guinea egg. In ray estimation the best remedy for lame ness and soreness is Sloan's Liniment Mr. H. M. Gibbs.of Lawrence, Kan., R.F.D. No. 3. writes: "Your Lini ment is the best that I have ever used. I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and one 50c. bottle of Sloan's Liniment entirely cured her. I keep it around all the time for galls and small swellings sad for everything about the stock." Sloan's Liniment will kill a spavin, curb or splint, re duce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, Sweeney, f o uade and thrush. Prion 60c. and $1.00 mm MHrr ft cm. AMm Dr. Earl S. Sloan, U.S. A. A SI Tit rfr BABY'S TERRIBLE WATERY ECZEMA Itching Humor Broke Out on Tiny Mite's Cheeks-Would Tear His Face Till Blood Streamed Down Uniess Hands were Bandaged Spent $50 on Useless Treatments. CURED BY CUTICURA AT COST OF BUT $1.50 Bloodshed Averted. "When my little boy was two and a Ople Read, the novelist, once told of half months old he Drone out on Dotn his experiences as a Journalist in Ken tucky many years ago. There was a good deal of news," he said, "such as shootings and tninngs. but this news was not regarded as im portant and little attention was paid to it. 1 remember once, when a local feud broke out afresh, when members of tbe opposing sides met at the coun ty seat. There were bot words, a blow was struck, and weapons were drawn, when the sheriff Interfered. He loudly announced that he would he gave an ointment which was so cheeks with ec zema. It was the itchy, watery kind ana we had to keep his little hands wrapped up all the time, and if he would hap pen to get them uncovered he would claw his face till the blood streamed down on his clothing. we called in a physi cian at once, but not tolerate any violence, ordered the parties to separate, and when bis or ders were not obeyed be began shoot ing. 1 forget whether be killed eight or nine, but 1 know that in describing the incident in my paper 1 commend ed the sheriff for his prompt action and bravery and added tbe paragraph, j severe that my babe would scream when it was put on. We changed doctors and medicines until we had spent fifty dol lars or more and baby was getting worse. I was so worn out watching and caring for him night and day that I almost felt sure the disease was in curable. But finally reading of the good results of the Cuticura Remedies, I determined to trv them. I can truth fully Bay I was more than surprised, for been bloodshed. " There Is no doubt but for tbe prompt j t boueht only a dollar and a half's worth action of the sheriff there would have of the Cuticura Remedies (Cuticura ooap, uinimeni ana ruu, ana muj um more good than all my doctors' medi cines I had tried, and in fact entirely cured him. I will send you a photo graph taken when he was fifteen months old and you can see his face is perfectly clear of the least spot or scar of any thing. If I ever have this trouble again. I will never think of doctoring but will send for the Cuticura Remedies at once. As it is, I would never think of using any other than Cuticura Soap for my babe. You are at liberty to publish thin, it mar helo some distressed mother as I was helped. Mrs. W. M. Comerer, Brains For Diet. There Is a latent truth in the primi tive Maori belief that by eating the brains of his enemies a warrior ac quired tbeir skill and cunning. It was a custom among these sav ages, whose descendants I have seen and admired in Hawaii and New Zea land, to bold a brain feast after a suc cessful battle. The conquering chief Burnt Cabins, Pa., Sept. 15. 1008." always reserved for his own portion the gray matter of tbe opposing leader. Observe bow tbe practice works out in modern life. We do not actually eat our rivals' brains, but if we are wise will try to absorb what those Cutleurai Soap t5e.). Ointaent (SOr . Reaolvent (50r ). and CboeolaM Cotied Pills (25c.). are sold throughout the world. Depota: London. 27. Char terboum So.: Parts. 5. Rue de la Palx: Australia. It. Twin A Oa, Sydney: South Arrfea, Lennoa. l td . Cape Town. Natal, etc.: Potter Drue Cbeaa. Corp- Sole Prop,. 137 Otiumtra Ave. Ronton. av-atellad Free, Cuticura Book oa Skla Dawssss. We know of no other medicine which has been so suo" cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so many genuine testimonials, as nas Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In almost ever' community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files con taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, in which many openly state over their own signatures that thev have regained their health by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made ex clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly upon the female organism, restoring it to healthy and normal activity. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy. Minneapolis, Minn. : M I was a great sufferer from femala troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of the system. I read so much of what L.rdia E. Pinkham a Vegetable Compound had done for other suf ferine women, I felt sure it would help me, and I must say It did help me wonder fully. Within three months I was a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made public to show the benefits to he derived from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. JohnG.Moldan.21 15 Second 8t.North. Minneapolls,Minn. Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. CAMERAS AND SUPPLHtS EOT. I We do Developing- and Prlnttau Safety and Old Style Rm Razor Strons Chantllla for the hands and lace ! Drops. Box Candy. Stationery. Foutaia rests. Manlenre Seta. CONKEY DRUG CO., Corner Ninth end Main "II It's Ulled at Conlcey'e It's rloht" &(fl) Tons of Iron a Day Malted to Mk "GARLANDS'' AO "The World's Best. For 3T years th ssost asfotlrriT Mar wen Imts tbs "OAMANO You oar uat aa saocfa for Inferior are supplied with "8ARLAND" Ore Sold hf tbe Beat Deatora Kvenrwhera. WriU for ttoutrmf Wrm GEO W. DEUKER 01 ..LIVE STOCK IFJGVRANCIS., Against loss by death from fire, accident and disease, or from accident and disease only, if so desired. AMERICAN LIVE STOCK INS. CO. It's Plumb nfflht when we plumb your house or build lng. We know how, because It ls our business to know how. We do it sci entifically and nse the best mater ials, so that a Job done by us is one that will last and always give perfect satisfaction. When you want good work call up Cbss. Johcnnicn Phone 2144 we brains contain. Tbe man who makes a big success Is tbe man wbo makes tbe best use of bis enemies, studies their mores, learns tbeir method, knows what thought processes tbey are apt to follow. Down here in the street I guess we're more or less akin to the Maoris, any way. New Tort Herald. Finger Prints Never Fail. Although scars from wounds anrt ul cers frequently partly destroy the pat tern folds, such disfigurements are more often than otherwise aids to Identification. When the system of finger prints was first introduced at police headquarters in New York a lieutenant in one of tbe administra- tlre departments tried to discredit it He bad an experimental print made of the tip of a finger and a short time afterward asked to bare the same finger reprinted. He had meantime ground down tbe skis of this finger on a grindstone until the blood almost flowed. NerertbeJess tbe pattern form was more accurately disclosed in the second printing than in tbe first. Once I the record has been made nothing nas yet been disoorered to toTatidato it. j Charies Brewer is Century. THE SECOND NAT.OKiAIL BAWCI RICHMOND, INDIANA.