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TTIE RICII3IOXD PALLADIU3I AND SUN-TELEGRAM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910. OVA ilG IS IIAVI LIVELY CAMPAIGN Presence of Ex-president Roosevelt Next Week Will Add to Excitement. FIGHT FOR GOVERNOR HOT DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE HAS BEEN ACTIVE AND HAS BEEN AIDED BY BRYAN REPUBLI CANS CONFIDENT. (American New Service) Dei Moines, la., Oct 28 Only ten more days and the political campaign which baa kept things In a state of turmoil In this state will come to an end. to culminate In the election on November 8, which will dissipate all mist and bring clearness In the polit ical situation. Doth the leading par ties will continue their campaign work energetically to the closing mo ments and the presence of ex-President Roosevelt, who is expected here next week - to deliver several ad dresses In the Interest of some of the congressional candidates of the repub lican side Is expected to arouse more than ordinary Interest In the closing scenes of this Important campaign. The gubernatorial ' campaign has been conducted with considerable vi gor on the part of the democratic can didate, Claude R. .Porter, who has been touring the state for nearly a month and has had the oratorical sup port of William Jennings Bryan, who delivered addresses in his Interest in several localities. Governor B. F. Carroll, candidate for re-election on the republican ticket has given com paratively little , time to active cam 1 palgn work. He seems to bo contd ent of re-election and the republican leaders, believing that the democratic candidate has practically no prospect of winning In the contest,' have con centrated their efforts mainly upon the , congressional campaign In the districts In which the critical situa tion seemed to demand special effort in behalf of the republican congres sional candidates. "Mulct Law" Issue. The republicans base their confi dence of success In the gubernatorial contest principally upon the "mulct law" Issue. This law, which operates as St bar against prosecution under the prohibition law which la still on the statutef and is operative In about sixty counties, la exceedingly unpopu lar with the democrats, who have gone on record as opposing it and havo pledged themselves to abolish it. In ita place they propose to adopt a law which would give the saloon ac cess to cities of every else, where a majority of the community should vote by secret ballot for the admis sion of the saloon. It is estimated that this system would restore the saloon to hundreds of towns from which It has been excluded since 1884. The republicans who Indorse the present- "mulct law," are of the opinion that this issue will induce thousands of democrats who are opposed to the saloon, to support the republican can didate, thus insuring his .election. As to the situation in the various Is ths Tcbercehsis Crusade Lcsisg Ground? ' Despite 'all the efforts 'being' made by advot-atra of fresh air and egg-and-milk treatments, the, number of new cases has not been noticeably de creased. Write to us and ask to be referred to Clergymen." Priests. ; men and wo men who took E' k man's Alterative and today are well and strong; wtttmut a trace of tuberculosis pronounced so by physicians. Home of them took the Alterative 10 years ago when doc tors said they would not live 10 weeks. Could anything he fairer to your self and those who love you and would do anything to restore you to health? ir you aro skeptical investigate us. our medicine, our advertised state ments. Write to those who have sent In affidavits and testimonials t-llinr how Ki kman's Alterative cured them, tlerp is one: 6323 Olrard Ave.. Philadelphia, Pa. tlpntlemen: "In the winter of 103. I htd an attack vt Grippe, followed uy Pneumonia and later by Consump tion. I grew steadily worse. In the winter of 1004 I had rough, night swsits, fever and raised iuantlties of awful looking stuff and latfr. I had many hemorrhaaes; at one time, three In three successive days. Milk and eggs became so distasteful 1 could keep nothing down. Three physicians treated me. I was ordered to the mountains, but I did not go. Eckman's Alterative was recommended by u friend. After taklncr a small quantity I had the first quiet night's sleep for weeks. Mr Improvement was marked from the first. I gained strength and wela-ht and appetite. I never had an other hemorrhage and mv cough grad ually lessened until entirely gone. I am perfectly well. everything I say here can be verified by my family and friends." (Signed Affidavit) Annie Floyd Loughran. Kckman's Alterative cures Bron chitis, Asthma. Hay Fever: Throat and Lung Affections. For sale by A. O. I.uken end Company, and other leading druggists. Ask for booklet of cured case and write to Eckman laboratory. Philadelphia. Pa., for additional evi !cans7ee.m io have little to "fear and they are confident that congressman Pickett in the Third, Haugen in the Fourth. Good in the Fifth, Smith in the Ninth, Woods in the Tenth and Hubbard In the Eleventh, win be elect ed by a comfortable margin. : A Richmond Petoskey congressional districts, it may be said that in most of them it Is rather doubt ful. In the First district the fight Is quite close but the republicans are confident that Congress-mon C. A. Ken nedy will be re-elected over J. A. S. Pollard, the democratic candidate, and democrats do not insist upon denying this claim. Crllk a Progressive.. In the Second district, heretofore represented by a democrat, Charles Grilk, the republican candidate has been making a vigorous fight and it is expected by the republican side that Col. Roosevelt's assistance next week will turn the tide In favor of Mr.' Grilk, who is classed among -the progres sives. The democratic candidate, I. S. Pepper, 4s said to be handicapped by the fact that, he is a protege of former Congressman ' Wade, who was responsible for the democratic liquor resolution. The Sixth district was always rather close and Congressman N. E. Kendall, the republican incumbent, Is believed to be in danger of being defeated by Dan Hamilton, the democratic candi date. The democrats claim that the republican standpatters will knife Congressman Kendall because he vot ed against the tariff bllL In the Seventh district the re-election of Congressman S. F. Prouty is claimed by the republicans and prac tically conceded by the democrats. The republican majority in that dis trict is too large to be seriously af fected by the deflection of even a con siderable number of standpatters. In the Eighth district, which Is now represented by W. D. Jameison, a democrat, the result is still considered doubtful, but the republicans are confi dent that their candidate, Judge H. M. Towner, will defeat the . democratic candidate. Frank Q. Stuart, as he will probably receive the full republican rote, being considered tree from any suspicion of being in any way connect ed with the-odious Hepburn machine. In the other districts the republi- Rlchmond now has the opportunity of establishing a "Petoskey" right here at home, in securing the Hawkins land for lake and park, purposes. The option on the tract of land expires on November 1, and the stock must be placed Immediately, if this lake and park is to become a reality. It will be Impossible for the solicit ors to call on everybody and as the number of shares are limited, persons who .are Interested may write or tel-' ephone to H. R. Robinson, or Charles V. Jordan and subscription blanks will be furnished. Remember that the shares are only $50. payable In easy payments and this stock may be used in paying for a lot upon which a tent or cottage may be placed. The stockholders will get the choice of lots. Just think of Richmond having a beautiful lake, furnishing delightful boating, fishing, bathing; the pleas ures of a summer vacation right here at home without the expense of hun dreds of miles in travel. The following is a list of the names that have taken stock, thus showing their fath In the plan. Help this list grow, by adding your name: Abner H. Han, Harry Land, E. B. Clements, Dr. T. Henry Davis, Her man F. Pilgrim, Cash Beall, John C. Crawford, Starr Piano company, A. G. Gregg, Wilfred Jessup. David Hawkins, Adam H. Bartel & Sons. William H. Campbell, , Daniel Goens, Dr. D. W. Cst tk Orijfcrl end Csssis B 8 El HI DO MALTED PI LI! Tfe Fecd-drfci fcr IS Ages. . For Infants, InvalkKand Growing children. PureNutritMoupbuikfing the whole body. Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged. Rich milk, mahed gram, in powder form. K quick lunch prepared in a auaate. rJce no substitute. Ask for HORUCK'S. T- Tfumi Rlchmofid, " InL. against The White River Light and v Power company, Ralph Beaton, of Columbus, Ohio, as receiver for the company, asks the privilege of selling the plant at a re ceiver's sale. Judge Vestal has order ed the plant sold on December 19. In the event that the plant is sold for enough to cover all indebtedness of the company it must bring: $190,000. , The petition shows the financial con dition of the company to be as fol lows Outstanding bonds. $143,700; oreferred stock. $33,400; notes secur ed by bonds, $27,276; interest due on i 1 : i Stevenson, Henry W. Deuker, Frank M. Taylor, Ira C. Wood, James A. Carr,' R. H. Fetta, X. B. Craighead, S. W, ,'Gaar, J. F. Miller. Richard Sedgwick. Chas. W. Jordan. Chas G. Carpenter, l Howard Campbell. Howard A. Dill, ' Edward E. Xoggle. Win. D. Fou!kc and C. M. Reeves, Sharon E. Jones, C. P. Holton, Frank Land, George H. Egge- rmeyer, H. R. Robinson, John M. Lontz. bonds and unpaid, $1,1 78; ' unsecured claims. $14,000. The company is engaged in building a hydraulic dam across W hue river north-; of this ;city. ;lt is understood that a committee of bondholders will buy the-plant and put up the money to complete it. Several ' Cincinnati and Columbus (Ohio) capitalists are interested in the project. Only One "BROMO QUININE That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUI NINE. Look for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the World over to Cure a Cold in One Dayv 25c Convenient, wholesome. , really the best, Mrs. Austins Famous Buckwheat. PALLADIUM WANT ADS PAY. A Nourishing Diet. Top, what do bulls and bears tu Wall street live onr Mostly lamb chops, my boy." Baltimore American. New Dress Hats and Street Hats at Sharkey's, 7 S. 7th st. All ORDER TO SELL C3ou teoil H eiVeuir v : : feofcQBGSii--TriQl Frco Jonas Gaar Petitions Success fully to Dispose of Hy draulic Dam Company. IS IN RECEIVER'S HANDS Noblesville, Ind., Oct. 28. In a pe tition filed in court by Jonas Gaar, of It Is too long a story to tell of all the different methods resorted to for tht cure of constipation, ranging, as they do, from massage to stomach pads and from simple salts to powerful cathartics. It is only after a person has tried these makeshift methods that he begins to realize how futile they are. Waste no further time on them but try a setanttflo preparation, est that has seme bull ta mm and (act, and then watch reaulta. The remedy for the Intelligent, who are striving tor permanent not tem porary results, and do not want their Intestines nearly strangled by the average violent cathartic. Is Dr. Caldwell's 8yrup Pepsin, which has been on the market for so many years that its stability is as sured. Any drucaist win sail yen a bottle It is a liquid remedy and not a pill at fifty cents and one dollar, but it you hesitate about buying; even In spite of numberless testimonials, then write Dr. Caldwell for a free sample bottle, which he will gladly send you en receipt of your name and address. Thousands of per sons have recovered the perfect nee of their stomach and bowel muscles by first being Introduced to Syrup Pepsin in the form of a free sample bottle, sent direct to the home. Mr. J. A. Vernon of Okla homa City and Mrs. 8. E. Snyder of Canton. Ill both used It for stubborn constipation of many years' standing and now publicly report cures. You will never nnd anything better-for constipation, liver trouble, sick headache, 'biliousness. Indi rection and similar complaints. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the purchase of his remedy ends his obli gation. He has specialised la stomach, liver and bowel diseases for over forty years and will be pleased to give the reader any advice on the .subject free of charge. All are welcome to write him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Ml Caldwell building. Montlcello. IlL sile i line that expenses increase. Fuel bills, clothing, etc. Are you needing extra money or would it be of help to get a few small bills paid up? We will be glad to explain our methods and, terms and advance you enough to do this. Furniture, pianos, teams, fixtures, etc., serve as security. Letter or phone call will bring our agent to your home. See us be fore borrowing. 20 veers' experience in our business. The Farmer's Watch That Is True and Strong You need never miss the train if you carry this watch. On the road, in the field everywhere, all the time in heat or cold, drought or ' storm, you can be sure it will run true to the second, no matter how jarred or roughly handled. : You can very seldom compare your watch with a jeweler's clock. Why not own one that you know is always right ? Elgin Watch G. M. WHEELER MODEL 18 Size The cost is moderate but for accuracy, long service and beauty, this watch cannot be beaten at any price I The very next time you go to town, stop st your jeweler's, and he will gladly show you the. 17 Jewels, which prevent all pivots from wear; the Compensating Balance, which automatically adjusts the watch in changes of temperature; the Mlcrometiic Regulator, which cannot be accidentally moved ; the rigid construction, strong mainspring, the fine finish, handsome case, and all its other good points. It is cased and timed at the factory. You will really be surprised how to valuable a watch can be sold st the price. Price of Movement Only. S17. In Filled Gold Cases, $80 and up. In Solid Gold Cases. $50 and up. Fv.ry man and woman abould own an fftrto Watch. There are many models, priced ac cording to Ui. caw and the works, and all fUUjr guaranteed. Jewelers everywhere cl! litem. ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO.. Elgin, Illinois. THE FIRE DEPARTMENT may be called to your home tonight. Are you prepared to sustain the loss that would occasion their visitf Insured V ( House ' Is Your Furniture ; . ( Piano Better Insure today for 'tis dangerous to delay. 'Phone 2082 or ISSJ and 'II call on you promptly and place your insurance in a good, .reliable, company. - I. 0. Knollenberg, Room 6, Knollenberg Annex TO ML STOWS! QmaHiitty, MMsBii, ServSc Three Chief Characteristics Others There Are, But These THREE GRACES WIN the Hearts cf People Who Buy ol Us .Tie Faniiiii. twtmrifap- . Sited toips , Idnt Masts : These stoves don't get to the second-hand store nor ad vertised for sale by owners, becaucc tliey qIvc ' entire satisfaction and last so long - We Set Stoves Rlr3t sc3 Qalch We Guarantee Satlsfccllca : . 7e Give Liberal Terns it Dzslrcd We Give the Kost For Yoct Clssgy m'm ' a-wra -j.S at' i--Tl V ask Anyone wno uonai oi us dJ(D) HIKES' The Silk Sale SEVEN DAYS MORE OF THIS SILK SELLING. $1.00 19 inch Plaids 73c $1.25 27 inch Plaids ..,.85c 75c 19 inch Messalines 39c BLACK SILKS 36 inch Taffetas 75c, 85c 36 inch PeauDeSoies ...... 85c, $1.19 36 inch Messalines, $1.35 quality ..98c All Saimtls' Pay Tcmorrow, Saturday WE SELL 75c FiRST QUALITY CARNA TIONS FOR 45c DOZEN. We hope to have enough to last all day. It is safest to orcter early. : Blue Willow CEiIno The Blue Willow China Sale ends tomor- ; row, Saturday , evening. Choice of 20 ' , articles' worth up to 20c, now ... 10c 24 Piece Breakfast Set; now . $2.58 47 Piece Cottage Set, now $5.48 100 Piece Dinner Set, now .. $9.48 Tie CBmE leiDi The ladies' ready-to-wear department is now at its very best: We ms5e buying easy and satisfactory. There is only one price. The lowest and only price is always giv en without the asking: - WINTER UNDERWEAR FOREST MILLSESSEX MILLS Good. Satisfactory Underwear at". Popular Prices. "'V'C Ladles' Separate pieces ........25c to $1.50 Ladies' Union Suits ,.50c to $340 Special Ladies Union Suit, bleached. : heary, silk taped neck. 4 to 6, regular $1.25 goods, special now ...;'.89c Men's Separate pieces .'.50c to $1.50 Men's Union Suits ..........$1X0 to $25 Children's Vests and Pants ....'.15c to 60c Children's Union Suits. ....25c to $130 FLANNELETTE GOWNS. 20 doz. Ladies' flannelette Gowns with or without collar, 89c value, now 59c. See them in window, Leeds building. - ' . ' . : . CORSETS American Lady Corsets in all the new models, $1 .00 to' $2.50 i. B. Corsets ....$1.00 and $10 La Resista for stout figures, $3.00 ECONOMY HOSE FOR MEN ' Case men's black and colored hose, Burgundy, Navy, Brown, Tan, Pur ple, Grey, also Black with White feet,-19c values; Special, 15c; two for 25c. BOX PAPER 500 boxes special stationery, 24 sheets 24 envelopes, 10c, worth double. . NEW NECKWEAR AH the new Persian Effects, Dutch Collars and Jabots, Special price 25 cents. HAIR GOODS 18, 20 and 22 inch Switches, $1.00 26 inch first qualify. Switch, ; $3.50 .value $2X0 28 to 34 inch oval length Switch, $8.00 value $5X0 25 inch $7.50 grey Switch, now .$4.50 16 curl Puffs all shades... $1.00 16 curl grey Puffs, $3.00 val ue, now -.............$2X0 SPECIAL VALUE IN PURSES. SPECIAL VALUE IN GLOVES. ILEVATOR TO FOURTH FLOOR. Ccr. Hsin end 7th, Richmond, Ind. Phone 25C0.