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THE niCniIOND PALLADIUM A2H 8UW-TEIJEG R All, TUESDAY, 3IAY lO, IOIO.
HIT IET0B0 OF LB.' AOD PICIOT No Dates for Dig Conservation Will De Set Until They Return Home. News of Surrounding Towns CONVENTION AT ST. PAUL APPEARANCE OF ROOSEVELT ON THE PROGRAM WILL MEAN AN IMMENSE ATTENDANCE AT THE BIO MEETING. St. Paul, Minn., May 10. Represen tatives or leading St. Paul commercial organizations have returned from Washington with the information that no dates will be set for the big nation al contiervation congress to be held here in September, until President I'inchot returns from . Europe and Theodore Roosevelt, who will be the fttar speaker, arrives on his home shores and Is able to announce on ' what date he may be expected. Pend ing the return of Mr. Pinchot, all de- j tails of arrangements for the big meeting will be held up. . Secretary Bhipp and other promin ent conservationists are confident that the attendance will greatly exceed that at any previous conferences on conservation subjects. President War ner, of the St. Paul Commercial club, who was In Washington in conference with ' National Association officers, says; ' ' ' , ..' , MJCven with seating capacity for 10, 140 In the municipal auditorium, St. Paul will be put to it to handle the people who are coming. There is ev ery evidence that the coming con gress will be the greatest meeting of its kind ever held in the country. President Roosevelt has already in formed the officers of the national as sociation that they may depend upon his presence. His appearance upon the program will b'ring delegates from every western state, and is sufficient in the opinion of those in charge of arrangements, to ensure the atten dance of every man , in the United States who has been active in the con servation movement . The congress follows the recent Minnesota Conservation congress, which developed a delegate ' atten dance of 4,163 and was the first to be held in any of the states. The , suc cess of that congress was largely in strumental in securing the national meetings in September for St. Paul. Officers and men active in the Minne sota congress have volunteered their services in the handling of the larger national congress and work is already under way in preparation for the larg est convention crowds the city has ever seen. Headnuarters .will doubt less be established at the new $1,000, 000 St. Paul .bote just opened, which Is only a city block distant from the immense municipal auditorium, where the sessions will be held. Governor A. O. Eberhaxt, president of the Minnesota Conservation con gress and one of the leaders in the movement to bring the national con gress into the northwest, is enthusias tic over the prospects for unusually successful sessions... , . , . .,-.'.' "The most noted man of. the entire country will be in attendance, he suys, "and with President Roosevelt as the leading speaker, the congress Is bound to be a tremendous success. Here In. the northwest, , where conser vation sentiment has taken a practi cal and active form, and our farmers, business men, professional men and all classes have joined hands : and definitely expressed themselves, there Is a foundation laid upon which we may reasonably expect a, national con gress which will , give clear expres sion to the thought of the entire coun try or these important questions. The conservation campaign is a live sub ject in the northwest. The coming congress will unify sentiment - and show the country how practical, con servation may be arrived at along reasonable, conservative and business like lines." Officers of the civil service in New South Wales must Insure their lives. THOUGHT AND ACTION. ' . Mark this well, ye proud men of action I Ye arc, after all, but un conscious instruments of the men of thwght.Heinrich Heine. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City, Ind., May 10. Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Hall of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Cal laway. ' Mrs. Virginia C. Meredith and Miss Catherine Callaway attended a club meeting at the home of Mrs. McFar land at -Connersville Saturday. C. H. Graver has begun the removal of the old brick building on the site re cently purchased preparatory to the erection of a modern business block. With the removal of this structure passes another of the old landmarks of Cambridge City. Mrs. Willard Rummell and daughter Thelma spent Sunday with I. N- Falls and family. Miss Annette Edmunds a teacher in the public schools will sail for Eng land June 11, leaving New York on the steamship Coronia for England where she will spend some time visiting rela tives. From thence she will go to Ober amergau, Germany to witness the Pas sion Play, returning to England by way of Paris. She will sail from Eng land for America on August i. The Rev. George Gulchard of Dan ville, has accepted the call extended to his by the congregation of the local Presbyterian church and will preach the last two Sundays of this month, beginning the regular work on the charge the first of uJne. He will move bis family to Cambridge City during the month of uJne. - Mr. and Mrs. George Volkert of Con- nersville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. McGraw Sunday, v John Conk I in and Miss Laura Rush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rush, were married by the Rev. R. E. Hawley at his home Sunday morning. After which they drove to the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. New ton Conklln, north of Cambridge City, where a six o'clock dinner was served to which forty guests had been Invited. A. T. Luddington passed his eighty fifth birthday anniversary Sunday in a very quiet and pleasant manner. Mr. Luddlngton has been a continuous res ident of Cambridge City for more than fifty years. Claud Kitterman and O. If. Beeson went to - Chicago Sunday morning where they will spend several day3 buying cattle. Cogill of . Losantsvllle were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thurston. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hutcheson en tertained his parents of Milville Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rinehart and son Luther of near Greensfork and Mr, and : Mrs. Solomon Bowman were guests of Robert Marlatt and family, Sunday. ' Mr. Glen Whitsell of Richmond was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitsell Sunday. worth League each presented a pretty program in honor of Mothers Day. Oliver Ferguson and W. E. Williams called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doll at East Germantown yesterday. HAGERSTOWN, IND. HagerstowH, Ind., May. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Dorwin Durbin v spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brown enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Teetor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keagy and their guest Chas. Keagy of Altoona, Pa., Mrs. Dianna Teetor and Mrs. Delia Rudy. Thos. Allen, and daughter Ruth en tertained Sunday Mrs. Lewis Allen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Allen. ' Mrs. Ora Wheeler and two daugh ters of Cambridge City have been vis iting with her parents. Mrs. William Mathews has been the guest of. relatives at Dayton and Greenville, Ohio., Mr. and Mrs.? Raymond, Fleetemey er entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rowe and two chil dren, v Miss Etta Thalls and niece Miss Edith Heiney have returned from Texas. Gilbert Foyst was the guest of Ralph , Nicholson at Richmond over Sunday. : ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Porter and daughter Dorothy were guests din ner Sunday of Mr. and . Mrs. Edward Moore. The funeral of Frank Favorite took place Monday afternoon at the M. E. church at Hagerstown. Rev. Hawley was in charge of the services.' The deceased died at the home of a sister at Cambridge City. His father and several brothers and sisters survive. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Teetor had as their guests Saturday night and Sun day Mr. and Mrs. Edson Benson and two children of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis of near Greensfork were visitors of Mrs. Dav is's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rum mel, Sunday afternoon. , Miss Mable Teetor was at home from Indianapolis Sunday and enter tained the following guests: Miss Campbell, Mr. Fred Cellars and Mr. Swlgget of Indianapolis, Miss Hazel Knapp and Mr. Samuel Siersdorfer. , Mr. and Mrs. William Allender en tertained from Saturday until' Tues day, .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haner and Ben Balhman of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dallfy entertain ed Mr. and Mrs. Loren Helmsing and daughters at dinner Sunday. . Miss Ara Wiggins and Mr. Ernest NEW PARIS, OHIO. New Paris, O., May 10. Miss Laura Kemp of Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents. Miss Elsie McGill : was a guest of friends in Anderson Sunday. Mrs. Caroline Taylor is visiting in New Hope this week. ' . Miss Roxie McKee entertained at Sunday dinner, Misses Amy and Olive Banfield of New Madison, Louise and Henretta Shinkle. o - " : , Mrs. Ella Bloom is visiting relatives in Dayton this week. . Mrs. Susan Miller is a guest of rela tives at Camden. Mrs. John Sawyer is very sick with rheumatism. Mrs. Chas. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Carrie Clark attended the funeral of Mrs. Ed Weaver at Greenfield, Ind., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver were formerly residents of this place, he being ticket agent here for several years. ; The school board met Saturday and consolidated the following schools: Number three will join number four, six and eight join number five. The following teachers were also hired: No. 1, Osa Kordel; No. 2, Isla Craw ford; Nos. 3 ! and 4, Wm. Wisman : Nos. 5. 6 and 8, Mary O'Dea; No. 7, Eva McKee; No. 9, Mrs. Kutta. MIgs Mary Austin of Richmond was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Ora Whitak-er. MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., May 10. Mrs. M. Grigs by of Frankfort is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Oliver Wallace and calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs.- Cranor of Dublin also spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. The following constitute the newly elected trustees of Valley Grove Chapel and Cemetery, south of town: Lycurgus . Beeson, president; Will Wallace, secretary; David Wise, treas urer. 'Wilbur Napier, while working at Cambridge City caught one of his fing ers in a machine and had the end torn off. The Mothers' Day services at the Christian Sunday school Sunday morn ing 'were well attended. The follow ing program was observed : Reading Ed Manlove. Reading Harry Manlove. Solo Harry Doty. The evening church service was un der the auspices of the "Loyal Wom en's Adult Class" in honor of Mothers' Day. The following were special fea tures of the program: Scripture read ing; invocation, Mrs. D. H. Warren; talk on '"The Woman's Movement," Mrs. J. L. Manlove; quartet Mes- dames F. M. Jones, Ada Swearinger, R. W, Warren and JEd Wilson; reading "When the Mists have Cleared Away," with organ accompaniment, Mrs. L. H. Warren ; sermon by the Rev. E. K. Van Winkle. Sermon subject: "Jesus and His Mother." Harry Borders left yesterday en route for Texas. Mothers Day was observed at the M. E. school Sunday morning with the following program: Recitation, Miss Ruth Leverton; chorus, by Miss Car rie Walker's class of girls; recitation, by Lloyd Parkins,' with several num bers of special music. A talk explain ing the origin of Mothers' Day was given by the superintendent, W. L. Parkins. The Junior League and Ep- FOUNTAINJMTY. IND. Fountain City, Ind.. May la Mrs. John Boren met with a slight accident Saturday. In starting a fire she by accident got the gasoline can instead of the coal oil can and poured it on the wood and when she touched a match it exploded, burning her face some and hurting her eye." Mrs. John Macy. Is suffering from a bruised foot. After returning from Richmond on Saturday she went to the cupboard to get a dish and a large heavy steak dish fell edgewise on her toes making a painful bruise. At the call of the bugle Friday morn ing at two-thirty, several assembled at the bridge and other points to, get a view, of the comet- John Wright Johnson is confined to the house with infirmities Incident tc old age. - He is now past ninety. Green and Walnut streets are to be opened south and east to intersect Main Cross street at Will ,Bensons south line. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gardner and little son spent a few days with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gardner. Mr. J. Ov Barber and family of Rich mond spent Sunday with A brain Har ris and Arthur Collins and wife, Mr. Gifford Hunt is now working at Richmond where he has accepted a position with the Adams Express com pany. ' Mr. Fred Scarce of uMncie spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Scarce. Fred is looking exceedingly well. . , . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benton of Rich mond and daughters, Mildred and Mrs. George Shook and husband and baby, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strong over Sunday. . , ECONOMY. IND. Economy, Ind., May 10. Tot Cranor bought 17 veal calves and delivered them to Richmond shippers Saturday. Mr. Cranor bought Joe Lamb's hogs and John Manlng's for a Cambridge City man who will fatten them for the market. . Farmers like to sell their stock .to "Tot" as he pays top prices. Walker Kidwell, Harry Flood arid Ora Green of Hagerstown were here on their way to Richmond on bicycles Staurday morning. The M. E. aid society will give a strawberry festival Saturday evening, May 21 in the church basement. Every body invited. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison and Miss Ruby Morrison attended the ' commencement-at Lynn Saturday evening. We were treated to apples and pears by Elam Osborn recently. The apples were not Ben Davis either, and the pears were the shape of the luscious little supar pear, only larger, and have a very pleasant taste. Mt. Os born's apples and pears are of the va riety that are good keepers. Mrs. Stella Cranor and daughter and Cora Mumbower spent one day the last of the week i Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Stanley entertained at dinner recently the Misses Topsy and Snucome of West River. Miss Hulda Haxton of Richmond is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ray Daugherty of West River this week., Mrs. Elvira Marshall celebrated her 80th birthday anniversary, last Friday May 6, She was remembered by a number of her friends with post card greetings. " Mr. and Mrs. Bert Clark and chil dren ate their Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Link Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atkinson en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Albert Atkin r on and daughter of West River Sun day. Mrs. Grace Hunt of Detroit, Mich., ate dinner with Mrs. Nancy Peirce Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fennimore and son Harold spent Sunday afternoon with Hagerstown relatives. Rev. Lawrence Thornburg of Mun cie preached at Sugar Grove U. B. church Sunday morning and in the U. B. church here Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Cunningham of Richmond were : here Saturday night and Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Replogle. There was a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Myrtle Daugherty in honor of Mrs. Mabel Mendenhall, nee Hunnicntt, who recently was married to Guy Mendenhall. Mrs. Mendenhall received many useful presents. Fox & Olvy have opened up their ice cream parlor In connection with their grocery. r; Harrison Fox and daugher Marie, and Miss Bovinger of New Castle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Replogle Sunday. , . r . Miss Vera Harris visited Williams burg relatives Sunday. Miss Stella Kimball of Blottntsville, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Han nah Kimball Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Williams enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mts. Lydia Hiatt and children and Miss Annie Love Hiatt. Mr. and Mrs. Will Swain entertain ed at dinner Sunday company from Richmond. " Mirs. Edna Replogle and children will spend the first part of the week with Hagerstown relatives. Johnny Williams of near Williams burg was visiting Jacob Williams Sun day. " - Miss Annie Hadley entertained Miss Lona Flneming at dinner Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oler of Sugar Grove were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Sunday. CENTER V I LLE, IND. Centerville. ' Ind., May 10. The Alumni Association of the Centerville High School held their second annual banquet Friday evening in the K. of P. temple, there being about one hun dred present, : A very interesting pro gram was rendered by different mem bers after which a constitution and by laws were read and adopted and new officers elected for the ensuing year. Mrs. Samuel Lashley la quite iU at her home on East Main street . Mr. and 'J.Mrs.- Harry Darnell of Richmond, spent Sunday with J. W. Darnell and family. Mrs. Belle Noble Smith of . Irving- ton, and Mrs. Dora Dietrich of Rich mond, are visiting Mrs. Kersey for a few days. Mrs. Dietrich will leave in a few days for California where she in tends making an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Aliason spent Sunday with Will Darnell and wife. Mr. Elmer Smith of Richmond spent Sunday with his parents, C. W. Smith and wife. Mr. William Hort of Anderson is vis iting his mother, Mrs. Lucinda Hort. .' Mr. Frank Cunningham and wife of Illinois, former residents of this place are here visiting friends mat veUtt for a few days. They are nrot to their home in Western TOlnoia after ; having spent the winter In FlofWa. ; Mr. and Mrs. William Robbiaa, ot near Eaton, Ohio, spent Sunday with Mrs. A. J. Lashley and family. Mr. John Voss, who has been so seriously ill, is somewhat Improved. Mr. Walter Voss and family and Mr, and Mrs. Edward Voas ot Rich mond spent Sunday with John Yost aadvfamily. , PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY, Get Reduced Rates on ,. Household Goods to fee skipped to Western Folate at Dunham's Farnilcrc Store $100 Reward, $100 i The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catari-h being a constitutional disease, requires y a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting; directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation f the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer On Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. 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Telephone 2175, Day and Night.. Automobile service for calls at a distance out of city. We've cided a new Uzz Get you'll te interested in seeing Autoniciilc Accessories. The display in our window wiSI give you a fair idea of what we're handling. All our gocds are not in yet, but when they arrive we wia haye a complete stock including just about ev erything that any autoist needs. , Everything we handle in this line is as coed as the market affords. You might be sb to get costlier goods, but you can't get any that will be more serviceable or more gencraSy sat isfactory than these lines. . A Feu c! GieMfeEss CcTii An attractive lot of Auto Ccps, Coats, Gloves, Etc. Diamond Tires, both outer and inner tubes. Tire Cases, Tire Irons, Tire Chains. Lamps, Generators, Electric Heahts, and Electric Converters for old beacM$. Then there are Horns, Wind Shields, Pri mary and Secondary Cables, Storage Batter ies, Spark Plugs, Oil Cans, and a!l the supplies needed for the auto. . 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