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TXXIS RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TEUOKA5I, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1910.
PAGB 01 DELEGATES VILt GET ."GLflO HfttlD" ConnersviHe Vi!l Warmly Wel come Republicans There on Thursday. CONVENTION HELD THERE RECEPTION WILL BE HELD THE . EVENING BEFORE THE GATHER ING AN AUTOMOBILE TRIP IS j ALSO PLANNED. Connersviile, Ind.. April 16.-r-The Sixth district congressional conven tion will be held in Connersviile, Thursday, April 21 and as many of the delegates) and visitors will arrive In the city the . evening before, ar rangements have been made to give them a cordial greeting. The Con nersviile Commercial club directors, through their president, Mr. E. V. Hawkinsextend an Invitation to the visitors to make use of the club par lors, billiard and reception rooms dur ing their stay In the city. Those who nay have a few idle hours to while away will find the club a delightful haven. A reception committee has been named, composed of the following citi zens: E. W. Tatman, R. N. Elliott. P. II. Kensler, John W. Pawcett, 1 A Frazee, M. M. Erb, T. P. Helnemann. W..M. Oregg, E. P. Hawkins, A. A. Ansted, A. E. Letter, A. H. McParlan, P. B. Ansted, Dr. J. R, Mountain. C. R. Roots. R. C. McKennan. J. H. Mount, P, E. Kehl, P. E. Buckley, Dr. II. M. Zehrung, H. Holberg, G. W. An sted. George Cain, C. I. Showalter. P C. Heeb, R. T. Huston, A. W. Hotch kiss. P. I. Barrows. H. D. Fearis, C. C, Bower, Dora Sherry, B. P. McCready, Simon Doenges, Dr. G. I Masters, Charles Myers, L. K. Tlngley. Myron Levlnson. Will Luklng. R. S. Spring er, John Carlos., H. U. Hurst. Dr. H. M. Lamberson, Ambrose Elliott, G. R. Beeson and K. L. Hanson. The gathering at the club rooms will be strictly an Informal one, It being the desire of the Commercial club merely to extend the hospitality of the club to the strangers within their gates. T A light luncheon will be spread late in the evening, and there will probably be a few informal re marks by some of the visitors and several local men. V : An Automobile Tour. . As the convention will not begin until eleven o'clock Thursday, it . is also planned to -take the visitors for n automobile ride over the city Thursday morning. The party will tart: from the Commercial club at 8 o'clock Thursday morning and ride for an hour through the factory and resi dence district of the city. This will enable them , to return to the auditor- . .. 41 111 v V-1.1 lunrwuere we convention win we uu about two hours before the session begins.'- ' " V'; Chairman Lee to Attend. State Chairman Lee has written Mr. Hawkins that he will be present at the convention and if possible will reach the city -the evening before. A number of the candidates on the state republican ticket are also expected. A Stroke of Business. A writer who was very intimate with Frank R. Stockton says that when the Stockton family lived In Bucks county, Pa Frank and his brother had a dog which they trained solely to hunt cats. The brothers were overhauled one day by a farmer whose cat they were chas ing. To placate the farmer they gave him a dollar for a pig, which they took home. By driving away their father's pigs at feeding time they soon made their own the fattest pig In the pen and sold him at a profit of $7. Prank R. Stockton always considered the deal a tribute to his business acumen. Dean Stanley's handwriting was atro cious. The late Lord Lyttleton hand ed In an amendment to the Tory re form bill of Lord Derby. The clerk t the table could hot read it, nor could any one else. . At last, Lord Lyttleton, a rare scholar andean accomplished man of letterswas asked to read It himself. He explained, that though he could not pretend to read the text, Its purpose was to enact that no man should be admitted to the poll unless he could sign his own name In legible handwriting. UY DOCTOR jllTY HUE TthAs tU Us Ksre cf Ctr Cocfcr Cr.ce Re Aivbtd Ky-"My doctor.-writes Mrs. Hattic in, "who advised me to take Ctrdtd, for my troubles, is a mfghty tint doctor, ana i say uoa Mess uvdui and the people who nuke it. "Before I took Caraui, I suffered with female troubles for sixteen years. I would have to send for a doctor every three month, and oht how dreadhitly I "I wedi expand lave convulsions ci tlUxti tie I would die. Attest I toehCrrcal and ohl what a surprisel I fowsittwssCiemediclaeformel Tross tSie first bottle, I began to mend Mtva aavw sjum wesav was w iuvi wuia. can wcSc and go where I please and it coxr ccn me, ana owe nt& to uaraut. Crrdd fct!ss skit wcaea back to rt-X fttesbeeo doing this for over Uyetrs. It a not a laxaave, or a heart cr kidney saedkdne it Is a woman's sueCcuie. - ' , H you ma woman, try it. News of Surrounding Towns EATON, OHIO. Eaton. 0.. April 16. The fifth an nual Bruce memorial dinner for the Inmates of the Preble, county child ren's home was enjoyed at that insti tution Friday. , Besides the inmates, the dinner was attended by the home trustees and their families, officers of the Juvenile and common pleas courts. the superintendent and matron of the county Infirmary and officers in the county auditor's office.. James Bruce, In whose honor the dinner is given. Is the man who laid out and founded the town of Eaton. At his death a legacy was left the home, and in his will it was stipulated that the interest j accruing therefrom was to be extend-j ed for the dinner on his natal day. Dr. J. C. Walls, of Richnvnd. InL, was an Eaton visitor Thursday. Mrs. E. L. Grauser and children, of Dayton, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ell Murphy. Mm. Alma Watklns will go to Ger- mantown Saturday for an indefinite stay. Carl Huber of Richmond, Ind., was an Eaton visitor Friday. Harold, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Black, west of Eaton, has been seriously ill with typhoid fever for several days., Mrs. William Clawson has gone to Indianapolis, for a several days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Coov- er. The members of the Research club were entertainea weanesaay aiier noon at the home of Mrs. Anna, Moses East Main street. Owing to the fact that this was the last meeting for the year, the session was unusually inter esting. The matter of a public park on the east bank of Seven Mile creek north of the Main street bridge, was taken up and discussed, and it is pos sible that through their efforts the proposed improvement will be consu- mated.. ' " " The contract for constructing the central school building at Campbells- town, has been awarded Contractors Ervln and Shaffer, of that place. A bond issue of $15,000 was voted for the new building. Professor C. S. Bunger has been em ployed as superintendent of the Lew- Isburg schools, M. M. Letter not being a candidate for re-election to the po sition. The schools at that place have recently been placed in the first class by State School Commissioner Zel ler, of Columbus. Earl H. Irvin, democrat,' defeated two years ago by W. K. Swan, repub lican, for the office of county repre sentative, has announced that he again Is a candidate for the notnln ation. C C Poos, of Eaton, Is another democrat,' who seeks the office. Swan will possibly be the only republican for the office. B. A. Landis, republi can, and C. M. Eikenberry, Camden. democrat, are being mentioned for the state senatorship. ' The funeral of Mrs" Lydia N. 8chenck, 74. who died Tuesday even ing at her home in Camden, was held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the M. E. church at that place, conducted by the Rev. C.L. Gowdy. The deceas ed was well known in Eaton. ONE CONDUCTOR WHO WAS CURED. Mr. Wilford Adams is his name, and he writes about it. "Some time ago I was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism. I used two bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy with good ef fect, and the third bottle put me on my feet and I resumed work as con ductor on the Lexington; Ky., Street Railway. It gave me more relief than any medicine I had ever used, and it will do all you claim In cases of rheu matism." Foley's Kidney Remedy cures rheumatism by eliminating the urio acid from the blood. Sold by all druggists. '.. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., April 16.-Mrs Carrie Franklin has returned to her nome m Bedford, after two weeks spent with relatives in Cambridge uny. Dr. J. N. Study spent Friday with Mrs. Study at the Deaconness Hospit al m Indianapolis. The Dorcas Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs. Charles Kerlin. next Wednesday afternoon. That County Clerk H. E. Penny of Richmond, a L. Calloway, G. E. Cal loway and P. H. Ohmlt of this city, are progressive in all that the term im plies, was evinced on Thursday when with the latest equipment in fishing tackle and comfortably seated In an automobile, they started out to try the fisherman's luck. Just what the result, or the species of the places caught, is yet to be ascertained. Mrs. Celeste Bond spent Friday in Richmond. The Friday Night club held the meet ing of the week at the home of Prof. and Mrs. J. T. Reese. A musical pro gram was the order of the evening, and proved a pleasant diversion from the regular routine. The Misses Blanche Boyd, Mary Bertsch, Irene Toms, and Walter Krone, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Wheeler, contributed to the evening's enjoment by their mu sical numbers, while .Miss, Elisabeth Thomas of Richmond, who Is possess ed of a full rich voice, sang Carrie Ja cobs Bond's "Just A Wearyin for Ton,' and Herbert Johnson's "Face to Face." Master Robert Krone, celebrated his eighth birthday anniversary this after noon, by entertaining twenty-two of his boy friends, at his home in East Cambridge. Games and music made a merry time for the lads. Master J'arlowe Kluter of . Richmond, accom paa.'cd by his mother, Mrs. Henry Klut er, played several pretty flute solos. A two course lunch finished the after. noon s pleasure. A. stranger case Into Cambridge City Thursday morr'n with a load of hides and made an effort to dispose of them to various local parties. But the suspicious looks of the strananr. MMrf UkKktll TMarltall m 1m wno,. ,aiw quesuoning nun, sent nun back to ConnersviUe. . , , JThere win be services in the Chrls- tian church both Sunday morning and evening. Clayborn Stonecipher who has been auite sick is Improving. Mrs. Curtis of Bentonvllle was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Manlove Thursday. Miss Mary Dillon spent Thursday afternoon In Richmond. The Ladies of the Social Union en tertained their friends Friday after noon at the home of Mrs. John eard. The idea of an April shower was the predominating feature of the day. Be fitting the occasion the house was dec orated with umbrellas and spring flowers, while at intervals during the hours, the rumble of distant thunder, plainly manufactured, reverberated through the rooms. Music, and the reading of numerous bits of advice, al luding to the spring time, were pinned in various places about the rooms. A veritable spring luncheon, consisting of sandwiches, garnished with water cress, strawberry ice cream and sassa fras tea as a beveridge. was served dur ing the afternoon. - Attorney J. C. Dodson made a busi ness trip to Indianapolis Friday. THE SOUND SLEEP OF GOOD HEALTH The restorative power . of sound sleep can not be over estimated and any ailment that prevents It is a men ace to health. J. L. Southers, Bau Claire, Wis., says: '.'For a long time I have been unable to sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condition was much run down. I have been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock. I eat and enjoy my meals, and my general . condition Is greatly : im proved. I can honestly ; recommend Foley's Kidney Pills as I know they have cured me." Sold by all drug gists. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown, Ind., April 16. Mrs. John Kldwell is confined to her home with a very sore foot, caused by step ping on a rusty nail which penetrated through her shoe. John Hoover has purchased an au tomobile. Mrs. Mahlon Leonard .and daughter Myra purchased v Myra spent Wednesday at Xew Castle. Mrs. Emma Peirce has gone to Los Angeles, California, after a several weeks stay among relatives here and at Muncle. Mrs. Pierce intends to make Los Angeles her home. Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Ves ' Karris at her home a Richmond, early Friday - morning, Mr. and Mrs. Harris -were formerly residents of the farm now occupied by their son, Clarence Harris, at Walnut Level. .. The deceased ' had been in poor health for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Teetor, Mrs. A.. R. Jones "and Mrs. Stuart, motored , over to GreenBfork Thursday evening and were guests of the Bonds. , : The twenty-ninth annual commence ment of the Hagerstown high school will take place Thursday, April- 21st. Following is the program "Proceed, Not Recede." Music. Invocation Rev. L. W. Teetor. Music. . Address Dr. F. J. McConnell, presi dent De Pauw University. Music. ' ; Presentation of Diplomas Superin tendent. Music. . , T Benediction Rev. W. T. Warbinton Music. - - Baccalaureate Sermon, Sunday April 17, at 10:30 a. m., at Christian church bjr Rev. O. W. Powers. The graduates are Mark Allen, Ruth Allen, Milbried Cleveland, Vera - Flemming, Hugh Deardorff, Byram Macy, Ira Kendrick Sylva Dennis. Eva Roller, Charles Waltz, Lona Flemming, Leora McCul lough. The Priscilla Embroidery club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. R. Jones. . Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. ' No medicine can do more. Sold by all druggists. ECONOMY. IND. Economy, Ind., April 16. Mrs. Nettie Cole and Mrs. Bessie Edwards planned a surprise on Mrs. Alice Fraiser Wed nesday evening. 'Her birthday anni versary is on Saturday, but it was thought best to pull the event before that time, as she might take a hint that something was in the air. Those present were: Otta Replogle and daughter, Viola, Susie Swain and daughter Olive, Flora Swain, Edith Cain and baby, Clara Chamness and baby. Addle Parker,, Daisy Osborn, Mary Ballenger, Alice Edwards and daughter Mary, Mabel Bowman and two children, Emma Smith and three children, Cora Mumbower and son For est, Golds Oler, May Mumbower, Edith Lamb, Lilly Chamness, Edna, Wise, El la Lamb. Louise Smith, ' Flora King, Martha Good, Hannah Kimball, Clau dia Peirce and son Robert, Emallne Cole, May Edwards, Lue Nelson, Ida Clark, Nettle Cole, Bessie Edwards and Kixxie Edorington. When refresh ments were ready to be served, the fol lowing gentlemen came: Oscar Ed wards,, Charley Cole, Charley Ed wards, Byram Cole, Esa Fraiser and Squire Fraiser. Ice cream and cake were served to the jolly crowd. Mrs. Fraiser ' was completely "snowed un der! as she never dreamed what was in store for her when she arrived on the evening train from Richmond. " Mrs. Grace Hunt and Miss Lixxie Jones went violet hunting on Wed- UCE LLEH'8 FC3T-E&CE, ' , It MB theft swat tvMiertasd is TSmm skaaa. nesday afternoon, down by Sugar Grove.? They found a "whole field of j the little sky kissed beauties and then called on Vn. Essie Oler for a friendly chat and a lunch, then came back to town in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dick? TJlry arrived "here Thursday morning from Seattle, Wash ington, where they spent the winter. Mr. TJlry was lineman for the Modoc telephone company before going West, and It was at the company's request that he came back to accept the old position with the company as their lineman again. Mr. Ulry Installed the new switch board here last sum mer and is thoroughly acquainted with thep lant. The Richmond Palladium rushed off an extra Thursday morning containing the confession of Charles Revalee, who so brutally murdered Mrs. Frank Alli son, - and copies were distributed , all over the county in automobiles ; by j kindness of the Palladium. We just had a letter from Miss Flora B. Stlgleman, an artist of considerable note, who Is doing southern California with friends. She gave descriptions of some of the most interesting places in her travels that sure must be beau tiful this time of the year. This is the season there for roses, and along some of the road ways on ' either side are hedges of rose bushes ,10 . to 15 feet high .and loaded with cream and pink roses as large as 'medium sised sau cers. - James Jackson has bought part of the late Billy Shaw farm and will move there later on. , : Ibs - Paul Barton is to be the ' M. E. preacher again here.l ' Rev. Oliver Fraiser, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hlatt are attending the big Friends Missionary which is being held at Indianapolis this week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gottschall, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bullerdlck of Rich mond, were here Wednesday evening, the former were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle, the latter, Mr. and Mrs. George' Cook's guests. BOSTON, IND. Boston, Ind. April 16. Ora Seaney, who was. here to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Margaret Seaney, has returned to his home in New York city- : ' -. Rev. Ragsdale of the E E. church will deliver a lecture on the Yellow stone National Park on next Saturday evening, April 16th. No admission A collection will be taken. The .Township Sunday . school con vention will be held at the Universal ist church next .Sunday,. , There will be an afternoon and night session. A good program has been arranged by the president, Mr. Albert Smith. Good music and good speaking. Let all Sun day School workers attend... Mr. J. C. Starr begins his work on the census today. Clarence Parks has been on the sick list, but is slowly Improving. - Several persons from this place will go to see the ball game between Earl- ham and Butler College. Listen for wedding bells. The Christian Endeavor . society of the-Christian , church will give a Pov erty 'social at the church on Saturday night. April 23. You must wear your old clothes or nay a fine. Refresh ments will be served. Maggie Druly underwent an opera tion forx appendicitis at the Reid Me morial Hospital on Thusday of this week. At last report she was doing well. Mrs. Lee Turner and children of Richmond, are visiting Mrs. Turner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Powell, Mr. Joseph Powell who has been in very poor health for sometime is not so well at this writing. WATCH FOR THE COMET The Red Dragon of the sky. Watch the children for spring coughs and colds. "Careful mothers keep Foley's Honey and Tar in the house. It is the best and safest prevention and cure for croup where the need is urgent and immediate relief a vital necessity. Contains no opiates or harmful drugs, Refuse substitutes. Sold by all drug gists. MILTON. IND. Milton. Ind.. April 16. MIbs Ida Hutchinson who was the guest of her brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hutchinson, has returned to Benton villa A barn moving near Cambridge City a-reatlv interfered with the conven ience of Milton people Thursday' af ternoon and yesterday until two p. m. The barn was across the Milton and Cambridge' City interurban road and j all ears were , stopped. Mrs. Mary parkins is very low. Miss Cassie Turner has been , engaged as nurse. Miss Esther Jones came yesterday to attend the township schools com mencement at Doddridge Chapel this evening. A ferret belonging to John 8 peers escaped from home Friday. It was found at Joseph Clevenger's in , the southeast , part of town yesterday. Clark Fawcett and Ernest Doty cen sus takers for Milton and Washington township began their work yesterday. Miss Ida Bertsch of east, of town, returned yesterday from a visit with Mrs. Doestler of Hagerstown. : Frank Doty was at Eaton yesterday on a business trip. - Miss Lula ; Ward called on Cam bridge City friends yesterday. The services at the M. E. prayer meeting Thursday evening: , were well attended and of a very Interest! njc na ture. - . t Miss Pern Paxson writes from Chi cago that she arrived there all O. K. She - will not enter business college for a few weeks but will secure em ployment at the office of the Butler Paper company, where her sister. Miss Leila Paxson is employed. - ' 5 Marion Leverton recently put out a young peach tree. Yesterday he found the young; tree dying and Bfted it to examine it. At the roots he found two large grab worms. The Milton high school is arrang ing to give the play "A Noble Omt- east soon. Dr. Sweney reports himself as feet- i-- Kttr ' U. W. Paxson made a bIea trio to "Richmond and Knlghtstown Thurs day in the Interest of the Milton Riv erside; flour mills. He was at Rush ville yesterday. Mrs. Emory Manlove enroute home to Connersviile from New Castle, spent yesterday with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson. She had been to New Castle to SCO her daugh ter who is with "A Winning Miss," which played in that city. Mrs. Louise Snissler of Richmond has been visiting friends here. Harry Manlove Is out on the road for a few days on an entertainment tour. Sunday services: Baccalaureate services at the M. E.' church tomorrow morning. : Preaching by the pastor at night. Sunday school at Friends, the Christian and M. E. churches at. 9: 15 a. m. Endeavor at the Christian church and Epworth league at M. E. church at the usual hour. Junior lea gue at the latter church at 3 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Beeson, Mrs. Melinda Barton and Miss Bertie Fra- xer formed an automobue party to Connersviile. Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Doddridge and family have moved into Albert Wil liams property vacated by Will Hurst Elmer Lowery and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lowery attended the funeral of the former's sister . and the latter's aunt, Mrs. Isham Gregory at Orestes, Thursday. Miss Catherine Snyder is much in disposed. ' . Good results always follow the use of Foley's Kidney Pills. They give prompt relief in all cases of kidney and bladder disorders, are healing, strengthening and anti-septic. Try them. Sold by all druggists. A DELICATE HINT. The Present Qirard Sent to One of His : Ship Captains. : One of the sea captains in the em ploy of Stephen Girard, the founder of Girard college, had a rural Yankee's fondness for whittling with his Jack- knife and on one trip succeeded. in get ting away with a large part of the rail, although, feeling that he was not without the artistic sense, he really regarded the rail as greatly improved in appearance. When the vessel came to ; Philadelphia, Girard went aboard, made a general Inspection in the cap tain's absence and as he was about to return to shore asked one of the sea men who had been cutting 'the rail. The seaman told him the captain and then, afraid his telling might have un pleasant consequences were the cap tain to learn of it in a roundabout way, informed that official of the interview with Girard. The captain was in ter ror of a reprimand, but, hearing noth ing from his employer, supposed the incident closed. As he was about weighing anchor ready to leave port a dray loaded with shingles drove down to the wharf, and the driver hailed the vessel. "There must be some mistaken shouted the captain. "Our bill of lad ing doesn't mention shingles." "This is where they belong," suns back the driver. "Mr. Girard himself told me to deliver them. He said they are for the captain to whittle.' s Self Examination. Every man's life is an imperfect sort Of circle which he repeateth and run neth over every day. ' He hath a set of thoughts, desires and inclinations which return upon him in their proper time and order and will very hardly be laid aside to make room for any thing new and uncommon, so that call upon him when you please to set about the study of his own heart and you are sure to find him pre-engaged. Either he has some business to do or some company that he must entertain or some cross accident hath put aim out of humor and unfitted him for such a grave employment. And thus it cometh to pass that a man can nev er find leisure to look into himself, be cause be doth not set apart some por tion of the day for that very purpose. but foolishly deferreth from one day to , another until his glass is almost run out and be is called upon to give a miserable account of himself in the other world. Dean Swift A Pheasant's Blind Flight. Speaking of the habits of pheasants. Bailey's Magaxine says: "A very curious incident was record ed in October, 1896. . A hen pheasant was flushed in a field of turnips, and as she get up flew into a piece of rot ten, wet leaf, which clung around her head, completely enveloping it and blindfolding her. 8he kept ahead to wind, so that the wet leaf still re mained plastered over her eyes, and in this plight fluttered higher till she became exhausted and gradually sank to earth again. ' "The frequency with which pheas ants fly through windows, sometimes with fatal results, is thought to be due to the bird in its haste being deceived by the reflection in the glass of the landscape behind It-" ftenoncrS&cp UU Cs!a SL tbtst 1C3 SUBURBAN HOUE We have for sale a choice of Suburban property. WM. H. BRADBURY SON, w Rooms 12 Westcott Block. WANTED! AN EXPERIENCED GENERAL HOUSEKEEPER (2inF.T.ny) Apply si encs at 51 ScuCilCUiStrccL , - - ' - S0I1G OF A COIIVICT Wins Sympathy of Robert Un derwood Johnson VVho Is Now Aiding Him. PARDON FOR YOUTH ASKED New York, April 16. Literary circles and no less the general New York pub lic read with a moving interest the sto ry of John Carter, the young poet-con vict now in the Minnesota penitentiary where, as he says, to "kill time," and ease his unhappy thoughts, he has written verse that has brought to light his unfortunate predicament. Robert Underwood Johnson, editor of the Century Magazine, formerly of Richmond, Ind., and brother of ex-Congressman, Henry U. Johnson, speaking of John Carter, said: "The young man has written several letters to me. I became interested in his case, not only on account of the merit of his verses, but also from the manly tone in which his communica tions were couched.- He has unbosom ed himself to me in his letters. I be lieve this young man is worth saving. I voluntarily wrote a letter to the state ooard of pardons of Minnesota, asking for a remission of Carter's sentence. He mentioned in one of his letters that he intended to apply to the state board of pardons for freedom, but in none of his communications was there a trace of whine or plea for me to Intercede for him. He has learned his lesson and his release will place in the world a better man." Verses of a Felon. j In his cell Carter penned a poem un der the title of "Ballade of Misery and Iron," verses of which read: Haggard faces and trembling knees, Eyes that shine with a weakling's hate. Lips that mutter their blasphemies Murderous hearts that darkly wait: These were they who were men of late, Fit to hold a plow or sword. If a prayer this wall will penetrate, . Have pity on these , my comrades, Lord. Poet sings of life at the lees, - sssrsnass X mrs. a. a. Msxis, certain specific for indi'sestion and its attendant ills." Mrs. R. A. Perlie, 1512 PacificAve., Atlantic City, N.J. DEoffiTy'G Faairo pC3 DUiiBcCici; has to its credit fifty years of public service. 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The Hunter Werks With a Trained Fig and a Pointed Staff. The truffles looked exactly like white potatoes that had been very thorough Jy dusted with powdered cinnamon. They were the sise of white potatoes, and they had the white potato's irreg ular shape. "On the way to the Riviera, said the host, "I stopped at Marseilles In order to see a truffier. or truffle gath erer, at work. Truffles come only from France. They cost, even over there, about $5 a pound. The taste? Well, musbroomy, but much richer. "Our Marseilles truffier carried a pointed staff. His indispensable col laborator was a trained pig on a leash. The pig was like any other, only his snout was longer and better devel oped. ' "We spectators had hardly walked 100 yards over the. fields when the pis stopped and began to root near the foot of an oak. The truffier helped him to dig with the pointed staff, Some truffles appeared a foot under ground, and the truffier pushed the pig aside, threw it an acorn and put the truffles in bis bag. "He found, or, rather, bis pig found, a dozen truffles in the hour we watch ed him. At every find the pig was re warded with an acorn. These: pigs cost StiO apiece. The man made about S4 that morning." Exchange. A bird expert has returned to Europe from the West Indies with over-two hundred captives. ' : He , boiled' down tree sap into a thick, sticky mess, and put it on shrubs and branches at plac es where birds took food and drink. Once they grasped the sticky, perches they were fast and could not fly away, says the expert : Some were caught "br tying to a string large grains which birds swallowed and there they were. -Among the captures are' starlings, finches, pigeons, doves, herons and canaries. New York Plwss. A narveiious retire Lsnectoav tor Peril of tho U. 3. Navy Prescribed Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey For His Mother mcA It Restored Her to Health. -"Two years ago I hsd periton itis and after recovery I bad indiges tion of the worst form. I tried 3 kinds of medicines and tonka that did me no good. X was so weak: that I staggered while walking the streets My son Doctor Perlie of the U. S Navy ordered me . to. take; DuCy Pure Halt Whiskey. I took one bottle, but as other Physicisns dis couraged me I gave it up. After a while I again concluded to try the' whiskey and used four bottles. It cured my indigestion, my strength and physical vigor were restored mod I am now in perfect health. I can safely recommend the whiskey as a "Sdtr INDIANA LOAN CO saataccs . , tataia poH Srd FaSST CSISvllSI EM, latai , aa lye. Cgtaata. a sHONZ 1341 ROCU 1 RICHMOND. , -y-