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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1909. BABY'S ITCHING V; AS INTOLERABLE Girl of Six Months had Fearful " Attack of Eczema Spread All Over Her Face and Eyes Began to Swell Scratched Till Blood Came Relieved in a Night and CURED BY CUTICURA AFTER LONG SUFFERING "Whw my little girl was six months Id I noticed small red spota on her right cheek. I did not pay any attention to them but finally the apota grew go large that, 1 1 aent for the doc- tor who aaid it waa ringworm. He pre 'acribed an ointment which I uaed for two weeks, but instead of helping the eruption, the ointment seemed to make It worse. Then I went to a second doctor who after examining the baby aaid it was eczema. He also gave me an ointment which did not help cither. The disease in the meantime spread all over the face and the eyes began to swell. I became very anxious. The itching grew intolerable. I had to tie the baby's hands to the cradle to prevent her scratching. The cheeks were covered with blood and it was a terrible sight to aee. 1 consulted doc tors from September to December, but they aere unable to cure the baby. I paid out from twenty to thirty dollars without relief. "One of my friends told me of the Cuticura Remedies and I sent at once (or a, set which I began to use that even ing. The next morning the baby's face waa all white Instead of red and you can Imagine how surprised I was. I cannot And words enough to praise Cuticura and I do not know what would have become of my baby only for it. I used the Cuticura Remedies until the eczema entirely disappeared. The child is now three years old and quite well. I used three cakes of Cuticura Soap, two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and one bottle of Cuticura Resolvent and I never use any other soap. I always recommend them whenever there is a chance for doing so. I will send you one of her pictures which she had taken just after she was healed. Mrs. P. E. Gumbin, Sheldon, la., July 13, 1908." Cutleur Soap (36c.), Ointment (50e.), Rnolrent S0e.), and Chocolate Coated Pllla 25e., are Hold throughout the world. Potter Druf a Chem. Corp-. Sole Prone., 137 Oolumbii Ave.. Boeton. arMalled Free. Cuticura Book on Skin Platans. News of Surrounding Towns MILTON. IND. A LIVE WIRE DOWN The trolley wire at the corner of Eighth and North A streets broke yes terday, and pedestrians in that vicin ity were somewhat "leary" abort where they stepped, for a time. Sever al horses narrowly escaped stepping on tbe live wire which would have caused instant death to the animals had they not been prevented from doing so. Milton, Ind., Dec. 8. John Warren of Dayton, Ohio, is visiting his brother, D. H. Warren and family. Frank Morris was at Connersville on a business trip yesterday. G. A. Borders, agent at the Lake Erie & Western station had a mishap yesterday. He was looking after some of his railroad interests and fell over tbe mail sack that happened to be in his way and was unseen by him. The consequence was he got a bloody nose. There was quite a gash cut in his nose. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Snyder and fam ily attended the funeral of his late brother, George Snyder, at Cambridge City, yesterday. The Red Cross Christmas stamps are having a ready sale and going fast. Messrs. and Mesdames O. H. Beeson, W. B. Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Kniese and daughter were guests with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Davis, at dinner Mon day. The guests of honor at dinner. Miss Hattie Sills was a Richmond visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wallace of Wa bash, are visiting John Ferguson and sister, Mrs. Catherine Swafford, near Beeson's station. They were at Con nersville yesterday. Miss Cora Brown was a Cambridge City visitor, yesterday. Mrs. Charles Ferguson and daugh ter, Mrs. Oscar Kirlin, were calling on friends at Cambridge City Monday. Mrs. John Ball and daughter. Miss Inez, left Monday for Richmond. They will spend the winter with Mrs. Ball'. daughters, Mesdames Homer Wissler and Oscar Kleinknecht. Miss Nellie TenEycke, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jennie Sum mers, has returned to Anderson. The Rev. E. C. Van Winkle, of Spar tanburg, has received a call from the Christian church at Milton, to preach for them the coming year. The Woman's cemetery association met with Mrs. Richard Sills Monday night. There were several important business matters looked after. One was the postponement of the bean sup per. It was to have been the fifteenth of this month, but as it came so close to Christmas the time was changed to February 22nd. v Mrs. David Nugent has been much indisposed with a severe cold since her return from Dayton. Mrs. Ray Thornburg and daughter, of near Bentonville, were at Conners ville yesterday. Sunday school teacher of the Liberal United Brethren church, Mr. George Fouts and Mrs. Fouts and classmates as follows: Misses Maud Wilson, Eliz abeth Hovelmeir, Nellie Bartlett, Blanche Barges and Faye Moore. Messrs. Chas. Barlett, Bobart Durbin Earl Conley, Walter Cain and Harr7 Hovelmeir. A Christmas entertainment will be fountain of Youth. I Mce a boy again !" exclaimed Uncle Charlie Perry, of Lockport, N. Y, moo is 92 years old, after a three weeks course of DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY. And he looked it, too. The ruddy flush of health was in his cheeks, the youthful fire and brightness had returned to his eyes, and in his walk there was all the light-hearted buoyancy and vigor of his early manhood. A mira cle? Ko: that is iust what DUFFY'S PURE MALT given at the Liberal United Bretnrev, V m V -i- uv"" eveT.aay ior we iiv anuig w iiv use as a iuuh; and stimulant. It cures like maeic church at Sugar Grove. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Addington enter tained Miss Janet Fennlmore, who lec tured at the Davis theatorium Tuesday night in the interests of the socialis-party. If you wish to keep youne. strone and vigorous and have on your cheeks the plow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, regularly, according ; to direction. It tones and strengthens j the heart action and purities the entire system. It enables the old to enjoy the sports of youth. It keeps the young strong ana vigorous. Greensfork, Ind., Dec. 8. Oliver J Tbe renulno rufry' Pure Malt Whla- riavlnr hna hoon snpndin? a few davs Ke'j.a "?la Dy drursists nd grrocers. uayior nas Deen spenamg a iew ut.i r uirecti at j, 00 a bottle. Write for GREENSFORK, IND. Fearing the introduction of hydro phobia, the Governor of -Jamaica has prohibited the inportation . of dogs from the United States, Panama, or the Canal Zone. Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy, re moves cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. at home with his family. Mrs. Gay- lor is still somewhat indisposed, slight ly improving. Wash Study of Greene township, was in town Monday on business. Mrs. Jane Hamm is visiting a niece near Whitewater, and will remain there during the winter. Mrs. Alva Cook was at Hagerstown on business Monday. Mattie Yager a former resident of this place, who has been seriously ill for some time, is slightly improved at this writing. Miss Daisy Conaway recently resign ed her position at Geo. Mosey's drv goods store. Frank Boyd is driving the huckster) wagon lor D. W. Harris and company: this week. Mrs. Alice Bousman is on the sick list for a few days. Enos West, who formerly resided here, is railroading in California. Miss Blanch Kerr is assisting with the singing at the series of meetings conducted by the Rev. Bennett and wife at Jacksonburg. Wm. I. Conley is spending a few day3 with his family east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo M. Harris, Ed ward Bond, wife and daughter Virgin ia, was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn burg, near Dalton, Sunday. Mrs, Thornburg was formerly Sarrilda Har ris and resided here for several years. Mrs. Eva Corbert of Indianapolis was here Monday and Tuesday, calling on friends. Norman Mosey of Cincinnati has ta ken a position with his brother, Geo. Mosey as clerk in his dry goods store. Lester Nicholson an employe of East haven, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Nicholson, north of town Sunday. Howard Cook, wife and son, returned from Sulphur Springs after visiting his uncle, Will Cook, and family a few days. free medical booklet containing svmn- toms and treatment of each disease and convincing; testimonials to the Soffjr asals Truster Co., Bocbaater, W.T. Arsenic is a useful mineral. It Is used in the manufacture of glass, while metal, paris green and a great variety of paints, in printing calico, in mak ing toilet soaps, cosmetics and com plexion iiowders, in the manufacture of fireworks and as a constituent of many alloys. For these and similar purposes between five thousand and six thous and tons are eruported into the United States every year. The average value of white arsenic may be placed at about $85 a ton. pro WE ARE READY! ARE YOU? The greatest variety and the most attractive display of EMMay (BdDcnxsilo Ever made by this Noted Headquarters for Gift Goods Como amid Soo F&nm0)iiKr ebir. 729 Main St RicHmond A Kansas City manufacturer, recall- ing his own early struggles as an in- ventor, will equip a workshop for the ' free use of worthy geniuses to develop j their ideas. KIDNEY OR BLADDER MISERY GOES AND YOUR LAME BACK FEELS FINE. HAGERSTOWN, IND. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., Dec. 8. Will Several doses will make your out-of-order Kidneys act fine. Hundreds of folks here are needless ly miserable and worried because of out-of-order kidneys, backache or blad der trouble. If you will take several doses of Pape's Diuretic all misery from a lame back, rheumatism, painful stitches, in flamed or swollen eyelids, nervous headache, irritability, dizziness, worn out, sick feeling and other symptoms of overworked or deranged kideneys will vanish. Uncontrollable, smarting, frequent urination (especially at night) and all bladder misery ends. and glands affected, and completes tbt cure before you realize it. The moment yo ususpect any kidn? or urinary disorder, or feel rheuma tism coming, begin taking this harm less medicine, with the knowledge that there is no other remedy, at any price, made anywhere else in the world, which will effect so thorough and prompt a cure as a fifty-cent treat ment of Pape's Diuretic, which anv druggist can supply. Your physician, pharmacist, banker or any mercantile agency will tell you that Pape, Thompson & Pape of Cin cinnati, is a large and responsible med icine concern, thoroughly worthy of your confidence. Only curative results can come from taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days' treatment means clean, active, healthy kidneys, bladder and urinary organs- Regarding saccharine as a medical product, Spain has prohibited the im portation of foodstuffs containing it. THE GOOD PHYSICIAN'S METHOD It is a small wonder that physicians prescribe an alterative (blood purifier) for so many afflictions, since the blood is so intimately related with every function of the human body. Poisoned, or impure blood, aside from such manifestations as syphilis, catarrh, inflammatory rheumatism, pimples, boils, sores, muddy complex ion, etc., effects the appetitie, the diges tion and the whole human organism. The most powerful and effective al terative known is Dr. A. B. Simpson's Vcgeteable Compound, discovered by a famous physician of Indiana and used in his practice more than forty years ago. It has never failed to cure the most dreadful form of all poisoned blood (syphilis) and has of course read ily conquered all the lesser blood dis eases. Nothing has ever equalled it for giv ing a clear, healthy complexion. It is sold at $1 per bottle at all drug stores, Hagerstown, Ind., Dec. 8 Mr, Mrs. Floyd Beeson and family Mrs. Mary White, spent Sunday wif.h Mrs; Lewis Beeson. near Dalton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Replogle enter tained Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dilling and daughter, Olive. Mr. and Mrs. Will Byrd and daugh ter, Miss Carrie Byrd. of Greensfork, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mettert. - Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brown were vis itors Sunday of W. O. Jones and fam ily, east of town. Miss Harriet Mettert entertained Sunday evening, Misses Faye and Fern Moore, Mae Nicholson and Messrs. Earl Conley, Earl Stewart and Elmer Crull. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McGrew were called to the home of Peter Wissler. the former's uncle, near New Lisbon, on accont of his serious illness. The new house of Moses Forrest, east of town, is nearing completion. Harry Rinehart is putting on the inside fin ishing this week. Mrs. Will Teetor is spending this week at Middletown, assisting in the iursing of her father, Samuel Gebp hart, who underwent an operation. Miss Chloe Oler entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of her sis ter, Mrs. Chas. Lamb, north of Sugar Grove. The guests were Miss Oler's This unusual preparation goes at once to the disordered kidneys, blad- and you feel fine. der and urinary system, and distrib- Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty- and Townsend of Lafayette, is spending a j utes its healing, cleansing and vitaliz- j cent treatment from any drug store and few davs witb nis mother, Mrs. Franx ing influence directly upon the organs ; any where in the world. Martin. A Christmas Delight It will be to the dainty woman or those who appreciate hygiene la the home if you make your wife a Xmaa gift of fitting up a model bathroom for the family at Xmas time. Give us your order now and we will make a quick and scientific Job for you by Xmas. . Chas. Johoxminrj TW I PJUJjUNUM HIT II Tho Small HDopooitor Receives the same courteous con sideration here as the large one We are anxious for you to in vestigate the strong features of this institution. Test us on every point and we arc certain you V7HLfLr -DEPOSIT WITH Tho Socod National Q22(ID(D.(PD Mrs. Nora Wright and daughter, Lillian, have returned after a few days visit with friends in Indianapolis. Mrs. C. H. Graver entertained a company of boys, last Saturday af ternoon, for her son. Ivan, the occa sion being his ninth birthday anniver sary. Games made the time fly quick ly. Ice cream and cake proved of equal interest to the lads. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fritz, and son. of New Castle, spent Sunday with Mr. Fritz.'s aunt, Mrs. Dan Wissler. George White, of Chicago, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sutton, of this vicinity, Sunday. Matt Kreusch, traveling salesman for the Edison Phonograph company, spent Sunday with his family in this place. John McCullough, of Richmond, spent Saturday and Sunday in Cam bridge City. Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Mills, and daughter, Miss Grace, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Mills near Straughns. Preparations for the Christmas ba zaar and market to be given in the Central hotel building by the ladies of the Social Union, of the Methodist church, December tenth and eleveutli are nearing completion. The Red Choes Christmas Stamps, handled by the ladies of the Helen Hunt club can be secured at B. A. Carpenter's drug store and Morris & Krahl's dry goods store. The stamps are an attractive addition to all pack ages and letters Shd the cause the raising of funds to afford relief to tuberculosis sufferers, a most worthy one. The stamps are not only being sold by various organizations but business men, all over the country, are attaching them to all mail matter and larger packages, which should be speak for them a ready sale. One of the newest advertising de vices, the invention of an Oregonian, is a hat hook for public places, which deposits a card within a hat when it is hung upon it. Alaska's copper output this year will exceed 4,000,000 pounds. Before YOU slip or get the grippe, INSURE with E. B. KNOLLENBERG Room 6, Knollenberg Annex. Accident, Health, Life and Fire Insurance. i r 7 io Sfc iclmosP- rn mi SSI IK k Ilk 11 In retrospection the old piano makers of Richmond view their efforts of forty years with great astonishment on the announcement of the completion of the eighty thousandth piano, which is a superb Starr Parlor Grand; that the Richmond organiza tion was founded by the pioneers of the western piano industry, and for years and years stood alone in this section is a historical record of the development of piano manufacturing west of the mountains. This age and permanency has kept abreast of the times, benefitting by all discoveries of advantage in the creation of our artistic piano. It is a distinct characteristic of the Starr piano to be made as well as mater ial and skill combined can create that artistic element so essential in the best pianos. Nothing will do for a Starr that is not ideally correct, regardless of cost or the loss of materials in process of construction. Yet the price is consistent and fair, as a cus tomer you can review any first class piano factory, or for that matter factories turn ing out indifferent and low price pianos you will not in a single instance find superior or equal facilities. Here there are no outside burdens of bonds, preferred stocks and rents for the culmination of economical management has perfected resources to enable the com pany to furnish the customer with the cheapest values, to employ their skilled artisans permanently, which gives a responsibility that is well known, and every Starr Piano must consequently be the best as well as satisfactory, for the men are trained that slighted or poor work will not be permitted. The output of the Starr Pianos must naturally be limited, as the length of time for their creation is so extended that the factories as large and as well organized as they are, the largest for the making of artistic pianos in the world, have never supplied the orders ahead for shipment, yet if you will visit the plant you will find hundreds of grands and uprights under covers seasoning, as here the Starr system of natural curing prevails to encounter any or all atmospheric conditions. The Richmond warerooms have been allotted a varied group of Grands, Uprights and Player Pianos. You are invited to come in and try the instruments. The eighty thousandth piano is on exhibition. If you contemplate purchasing during the holidays, make a selection for Christmas delivery, as the values are the cheapest, consistent, and the terms easiest. Cor. Tenth and Main Oto.