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THE RICHMOND PALLADI17M AND 8U3-T4XEURAH, WEDXESDAV, 31 A V 23, ISflO.
1-AGE TEN. RICIILf ID LAUDS THE CORD SCHOOL Prof. Christie of Purdue Shows Appreciation of City's Efforts. FUNDS MUST BE RAISED PROBABLY $1,000 WILL BE NEED ED TO CARRY OUT THE PLANS AS OUTLINED FARMERS 8H0W MUCH INTERE8T. STORM'S DAMAGE IS VERY GREAT Wilmington, Del., Suffers From Effects of Tornado Last Night. HOUSES WERE SWEPT AWAY Business men, farmers and particu larly members of the Young Mien's Bus iness clubs are elated over the acquisi tion of the Sixth District Farmers' Short Course for this city, next winter. Professor O. I. Christie of Purdue uni versity, and originator of the district corn schools promised the delegation of merchants, farmers and members of the club,, who waited on him yester day at the office of County Superin tendent C. W. Jordan, that Richmond's Manifested interest in the affair had decided him in accepting this city as the place for holding the school. 1 The Young Men's Business club as sured Prof. Christie and the others present that it would do all in its pow er to Insure the success of the corn school. The arrangements have been left to the club and at the next meet ing the matter will be brought up, The dates for holding the school have not been announced, but it will prob ably be held in February at the Colis eum. The expense of the institute 'will be about $1,000, which must be borne by the money raised in the Bale of scholar ship tickets. Purdue university will furnish both the instructors and the grain and livestock, also some fruits , by which the experiments will be dem onstrated. The cost of the Instruction will be made as low as possible in or der that a greater number will be bene fited. The Young Men's Business club and others Interested in the matter anticipate an enrollment of 1000 or more farmers, from Wayne, Preble and adjoining counties. ESTIMATED THAT THE MONEY LOSS WILL frUAim i c iuu,- 000 TRAFFIC IS TIED UP IN THAT PART OF 8TATE. ARRIVES TOO LATE In the matter of the foreclosure of a mortgage given Ruth Ann Hunt by Oscar Fox and others, the defendants defaulted In the Wayne circuit court today and a decree in favor of Mrs. hunt was given. About an hour alter the case had been settled, the de fendants entered the court room and protested that they had not been noti fied to appear In the court at any par ticular time today. Whether the de cree will be reversed until the defend ant's side of the case is heard, has not been announced. TROUBLE POSSIBLE Opening of South N Street Ordered by Trustee Howarth. WILL RAILROAD REBEL? Turtle Soup Thursday day at Collet's. all SERVICES FOR G. A. R. The members of Sol Meredith Post G. A. R. have accepted an invitation to attend services next Sunday at the Baptist church, South Ninth street. The Rev. Townsend, pastor of the church is a civil war veteran and mem ber of the post. Turtle-Soup Thursday . all day at Collet's. A Bath 'a Year. The bath, it is said, is the measure In compliance with the order of the I of civilization. He who bathes odc a ! i4t mint h letter hnmin heinsr .I.... I.a wk Kathoa AnAa a .'ttulr lint. Trustee Haworth has of f icially noti- j a month or ke tfae Mexll.an lndlaniI. fled the C. C. & L. officials that he j once a y,ar. There is a belief among will begin the work of opening South; these people that to bathe is to court board of Wayne county commissioners (American News Service) Wilmington, Del., May 25. After a night of darkness and terror, Wil mington began to appraise the damage done last night by the tornado which. tearing across the city, unroofed build ings, played Bavoc and spread terror. Not till this morning could hundreds of inhabitants of the foreign quarters be convinced that Halley's comet had not struck the earth. The damage is estimated at more than $100,000. All night long a big force of men worked over the snarl of wires at the ruined plant of the Wilmington city electric company, which was destroy ed with a loss of $50,000 when lightn ing struck a 2,700 volt feed wire, fir ing the cupola. Nearly the entire city was without illumination the entire night, and even the Bystem of the Wil mington City Railway company, of which the power company is a subsid iary was tied up. Investigation today showed that the tornado first struck the city in the southwestern section, sweeping across the town to t!3 northeast. In the path of the storm was ruin today trees uprooted, fences over turned and poles and wires tangled. Many persons were driven from their homes. THE "TAG DAY" PLANS The reception to be given on Friday afternoon for all those interested in the "tag day", celebration for the bene fit of the Children's Home Society of Indiana, will be held in the parlors of the Westcott and will be a delightful affair. A musical program arranged by Mrs. Fred Miller will be presented and tea will be served. The members of the local board will be assisted by Mrs. Rudolph Leeds and Mrs. George H. Dilks, Jr. The guests will number about one hundred and a short ad dress will be made by one of the state officers, Mrs. Leota Trook, of Indianapolis. N street on Monday morning next. The railroad company has been notified also to have laborers and material sickness and death. There was a sick boy In a hut where a friend of mine stopped one day. and my friend sug gested to the father that a bath might there to floor the tracks at the cross- cure him. The father held up his ing that will result. hands in horror. There has been some question as toj "A bath! That would bill himr he the power of the township to open upi exclaimed. "1 never bathed in my a road across the right-of-way of the . life, aud my children never bathed and company while its affairs are in the never will." hands of a receiver appointed by the Down in the Low Countries however. federal court. Trustee Haworth has ; ej ao oaiue uu a ,.-v,u been between two fires, the order of the county commissioners confronting him on the one side and the implied threat of a writ for injunction on the other. Whether the railroad will re sist the action contemplated by the trustee remains to be seen. A Test of Sociability. "Miss Eliza Beemia la Just nice as she can be," declared her neighbor. Mrs. Elderly, "but there's no thins about her that: I don't Ilk. She tent sociable." Her friend expressed surprise at this accusation and began to defend alias Eliza. ' v . -I know. I know." said Mrs. Elderly, breaking In. "that's all very well, but tell me this: Did you ever seo nor go ing around to tho funerals? No. ot course not. and so I don't see now you can call her sociable real sociable. that is." Youth's Companion. No Little Marian bad been taught ml pieces which she was. called ops to speak on various occasions. There came a time, however, when the worm turned, and on being requested to speak for a visitor one day be abso lutely refused. Tho assembled family coaxed, but In vain, and finally the vis itor Mid. "I don't believe Marina can speak a piece. , ' Upon this Marian took her finger out of her mouth snd said solemnly, ' "Mrs. Wobinson. I can. but 1 atntr Woman's Home Companion. H McEsy to Um I C1Q. end upward V -, JfHl ifUvswv wuiivut wat-r lowest in the city. Our New Plan is the most convenient and we always explain every feature and tell you in INDIANA LOAN CO. ciactly $r- FloOP colonial Bid. what. your PHONE 1M1 ROOM 40, ,oan wiU cost" 1Icre you -get the full otruuniun & amount you ask for and without delay. RICHMOND, V CHANGE FOOD And Los that Uneasy Feeling. A man who has always been a "skinny chap," although hardly ever 111, tells of the way he put on flesh and reduced his Irritability and nerv ous condiUon. By chance he had a taste of Grape Nuts food at the table of a friend and enjoyed the flavour so much that he began to have it every meal. He says: "In a short time I found myself an other person, the old feeling of dis content and uneasiness left me en tirely, it became a pleasure to go about my work,. whereas, before, for years, I had always . had the feeling of being a little weary, now I seem to have a surplus of energy for ev erything. My weight has increased 11 pounds In 4 weeks, and I am still gaining. ' "I have never been very sick, and am satisfied that if my present Im provement In health continues, I shall not be. "The change that this food has made In my life has been remarkable and so satisfactory that I am glad ot the opportunity to tell you." . Read the little book. "The Road to Wellville, in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human Interest. LOCAL VETERANS GO Terre Haute Encampment Has Many Richmond Visitors. A BIG PARADE TOMORROW Richmond will be well represented at the state encampment of the G. A. R. which opened at Terre Haute today for a three day session. Delegations from the Sol Meredith post G. A. R., Woman's Relief Corps and the Ladies ot the Grand Army, in addition' to rep resentatives of the Young Men's Busi ness club, will have one purpose and that Is to secure the 1911 convention for this city. From Sol Meredith post, Judge Dan iel Comstock is the delegate, and he was accompanied by William Young, Prank Brown and Joseph Iliff. Tomor row's delegation from the post will in clude John Markley, Prank Davenport, Clifford Osborn, Martin Bailey and David Hawkins. The representatives of the Woman's Relief Corps include Mrs. George Bowell, Mrs. Will Ste phens, Mrs. Elizabeth Kamp, Mrs. George Chrisman. Those from the Ladies of the Grand Army includs Mrs. Agnes Norkhit, Mrs. Mary Ma jors, Mrs. Laura Nicholson and Mrs. Mary Moore. The delegations from the auxiliary organizations will leave the city tomorrow also. The big parade will take place tomorrow afternoon. PROBATECOURTfiEWS Considerable business was done in the probate court . today; Harry G. Strickland was named as administra tor of the estate of Ann E. Strickland who died May 16, and he filed bond in the sum of $400. Phllomenia C. Geers. executrix of the estate of Mary Epping, deceased, filed partial report, today, showing that $3S.02 was due her. In the set tlement of the estate according to the terms of the will, she was charged with $2,558.05 and the credits against the estate were ?2,596.07. The execu trix paid the excess. C. E. Wiley, guardian of Rose Ann Goodwin, insane, has reported in tae matter, showine that a balance of $1,029.86 is due his ward. David N. Shellenberger, adminis trator of the estate of Isaiah E. Mey ers has filed final report showing that $2,170.19 was distributed. C. E. Wiley, guardian of Francis add Laurene Hyde, minor heirs of Carrie A. Hyde, deceased has filed a current report, showing that $189.75 is due the former and $137.67 to the latter. Turtle Soup Thursday all day at Collet's. Weight Variations, A man weighs less at noon and mid night than at sunrise or sunset at the time of new moon and full moon ow ing to the moon's and sun's attraction then acting together. In fact, he is subject to the same force which causes the tides. London Shop Clerks. The London employer in hiring a shop clerk insist! on an agreement that the latter shall not go into busi ness for himself or enter .the employ of another within a certain distance radius and within a certain time limit after leaving his employer. . We are fitting - KRYPTOK LENSES to those who demand the very best. Ask to see them, also our 14K frames. ..Chas. H. Haner.. The Jeweler, 810 Main St. F. H. Edmunds, Optometrist. MAY CLOSE STREETS Panhandle Wants to Avoid Grade Crossings in Dublin Town. THE COURT IS PETITIONED The Pennsylvania Railroad company filed a petlUon In the circuit court this morning to vacate several streets and alleys in Dublin. In order that it will not have to go to the expense of constructing concrete viaducts at ev ery grade , crossing. ' The company owns all the land on either side of the tracks and It claims that the streets 1 and alleys which It wishes vacated are of little value and would not incon venience any one by their vacation. 20 IIITO MACAABEES A class of twenty candidates was in itiated into the Order of Maccabees at a meeting in the I. O. O. P. hall last evening. Following the work of the local drill team, a banquet was served by the Ladies of the Maccabees and a dance was held. The affair was par ticularly enjoyable and the evening was most pleasantly spenL Short talks were made by several of the state and national officers who were present including Great Commander M. A. Clapping of Hartford City, State Rec ord Keeper J. W.Replogle of Goshen, Ind., and State Deputy W. P. Turgl of Alexander, Ind. The Muncie drill team will put on the work at the next meet ing when another class will be initiated. G. A. R. CAMP FIRE. The Brotherhood of the First M. E. church have invited the G. A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps to hold their camp fire on Thursday night at 7:30. All interested are invited to join them. r 1 (Sained Mbu Munis Ant in better condition physically than I have been for years. Hy stomach, kidneys and liver are in fine shape," says Hr. William A. Burgess. "While serving in the U. S. Army, 1858 to 1901, I contracted stomach and kidney trouble, from which I have suffered ever since, and for which I receive a pension. I tried many remedies, but none gave any noteworthy effect. About three months ago I began using Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as a medicine. I have used three bot tles and have gained fifteen pounds since I began using it. I am still using it, and I do not think there ms. William a. burgess is any medicine made that is equal to it. My stomach, liver and kidneys are in better order than they have been for years, and if these three organs of the body are kept in order one will have few doctor bills. I cheerfully recommend Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as a tonic, a stimulant and renovator of the whole sys tem." William A. Burgess, P. O. box 57-, Danville, 111. Duffy's Pure Matt ITJhlsftey has been before the public for half a century and its curative value has never been questioned. It is an absolutely pure distillation of carefully malted grain. Overworked men, delicate women and sickly children will find in Duffy's- Pure Malt Whiskey the health and strength giving properties that are so necessary to them. It is prescribed by doctors and recognized as a family medicine , everywhere. . :- If in seed of advice, vrlta Msdisal De partment, The Daffr Malt Whiskey Compaay, KochcBter. New York, stating your caae fully. 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