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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1922.
STOCK OF RUSSIAN
HAVE BIG BUSINESS
(Br Aaisociateii Press)
MOSCOW, Oct 12. Pre-war stocks
of French -wines that thirsty Ameri
cans would find almost priceless are
rapidly diminishing in Russia. The
newly opened government retail wine
stores do a rushing business in Mos
cow and Petrograd and soon, connois
seurs fear, only Russian wines will be
left In stock.
After the Soviet government abol
ished total prohibition and placed the
country on a wine and beer basis, all
of the stocks of Burgundies. Bordeaux
and Champagnes which were sealed up
when the czar, early In the war, de
creed prohibition, and other private
6tocks which were confiscated by the
Bolshevik!, were placed In the market
Some went to private dealers, but by
far the largest share has been reserv
ed for the government shops. The
principal one of these In Moscow Is
an elaborate establishment, with uni
formed footmen at the doors. Before
it long linea of carriages may be seen
at certain hours of the day. and It gen
erally la thronged with buyers.
In these stores good French claret
Is still to be had at the equivalent cf
about $1.50 per bottle, while excellent
champagnes, some of them of particu
larly good years, are sold at from five
to six dollars a quart.
Russian wines, produced In the Cau
casus and In the Crimea, can be had
at from 50 cents a bottle for claret to
about two dollars a bottle for excel
lent port and Madeira types. There
are large stocks of these on hand, and
the South Russian vineyards are pro
ducing more this year. It is still ille
gal to sell vodka, and "bootlegging" is
quite prevalent In Moscow." Occasion
ally a drunken man is to be seen in
the streets. The high power spirit?
that are sold surreptitiously are gen
erally Impure and have the usual dis
astrous effects, but those in the know
have little difficulty in securing good
Russian cognac at from three to four
dollars a bottle. The legal limit, how
ever, is 20 per cent alcohol, this being
the Russian, conception of "light
In Petrograd the restaurants are
licensed to sell wine to patrons, but in
Moscow it is only openly procurable in
the shops. Restaurant diners either
bring their own, or buy it surrepti
tiously from waiters at high prices.
The Soviet government derives a
large revenue from the sale of wines.
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HAGERSTOWN, Ind. The Ladies
Progressive club met at the home of
the mw president, Mrs. Raymond
Small. Wednesday afternoon. Seven
teen members answered roll call orn
the subject "Vacation" and reminis
cences of the club from its beginning
in 1905 were given. Greetings frora
the retiring president. Mrs. W. A. Kir
by, were given, after which Mr?.
Brown presented the gavel to the new
president, Mrs. Raymond Small. The
hostess served an elegant one o'clock
luncheon and the hours were very
pleasantly spent The nntt meeting
will be with Mrs. J. II. Kidwell
The Woman's History club met Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Leslie Brown near Tidewater. Fifteen
ladies were present including Miss
Mary Clark and Mrs. Anna Unthank.
of Richmond. Items of interest were
given by each one present and a map
study of Canada was given by Mrs.
E. S. Wikoff, which was very inter
esting.. .M. L. Gebhart, a business
man, fell off a step ladder, at the
Christian church last week and Injured
his hand, shoulder and one side
Mrs. C. C. Smith Ml last week and in
jured her hip. which wa3 fractured a
few months ago Mrs. Phil Gates
and children, of Piqua, Ohio, were
guests Sunday of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Brant Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Brunson, Mr. and Mrs. George
Cox and Mrs. Mary Peak of Indianap
olis, wero guests Saturday and Sunday
of Frederick Stoltz and family
Rev. Walter Rees, pastor of the Naz
arene church, baptised Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. James Choss, Mrs. Sarah
Grey, Mrs. Charles Hartz, Miss Elva
Tllen. Mrs. Walter Rcies and Mrs. Gol-
die Deaver Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
Walker and son Harry, spent Sunday
at Cincinnati, Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Scott are guests of Mrs.
Scott's sister. Mrs. Charles Ford, at
Chicago Mrs. Linda Wachtel. of
Muncie, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Gfiorge Cromer Miss Laura Mason
ppent last week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Worl, near Millville...
..Mr. and Mrs. William Laudig. Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Frantz and children
spent over Sunday at Indianapolis
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs
Carl Hardin and of Mr. and Mrs.
George Hardin and of Mr. and Mrs.
Gforge Schuler Mrs. Edgar Davis
of Indianapolis, is spending this week
with Mr. and Mrs. L. R Kiiby and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Addington
....Mr. and Mrs. Kibben have moved
to this place from Indianapolis
Mr. and Mrs. George Sherry enter
tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
John Denny, Mrs. rank Waltz, Ralph
Waltz. Mr. and Mrs. John Lumpkins
and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Waltz and family and Miss Laura
LIBERTY. Ind. Mrs. Walter Bos
sert entertained with a 500 party at
her home on Union street Monday eve
ning. Cards were played at four ta
bles. High scores were made by Mrs.
Francis Farley and Mrs. Albert
Mitchell. Low score by Mrs. Eunice
Fahrlander. The guests enjoying the
evening were Mrs. Francis Farlev,
Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mrs. How
ard Huddleson, Mrs. Clajr Jobe, Mrs.
George Maibach." Mrs. Ralph Robert
son, Mrs. Eunice Fahrlander, Mrs. Rod
Puvall. Misses Atha Davis, Charlotte
Husted, Mary Rebecca Pigman, Vivian
Doughit, Mary Carmlchael, (SladyB Up.
pett, A delicious luncheon was served
after the game O. L. Stivers start
ed Monday on Ms return from Los
Angeles, Calif Miss Minnie Venier
had for guest3 at dinner Sunday, Mies
Helen Bartlctt and Miss Essie Hamil
ton..... Mrs. Jennie Hill id the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. George Stanley,
near Dunlapsville.. .Mrs. Marie Comb3,
of Richmond, was tap guest of her
parents, Mr. and MrsTHerrrian Bethge
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Connor
spent Monday in Cincinnati. Mrs. Con
nor returned home Tuesday morning.
Ed Johnson and Frank Bethge local
legion members, will go to New Or
leans Saturday, to attend tie national
convention of American Legion.. .Miss
Mary Louise Wilson, of Connersville
spent Sunday here tke guests of
friends Hiss Atha Davis spent Sat
urday in Richmond Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Thomas of Fountain City spent
Sundav here the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. IL Bell.
FOUNTAIN CITY. Ind. On Oct 8,
1852, Rev. Aaron Worth, then a young
man of 16 years, began the ministry
work In the Wesleyan Methodist
church. Last Sunday he celebrated his
seventieth anniversary by preaching in
the Weslayan church here. Rev. Worth
is in failing health. .. .Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Frazier of Newcastle and Mr.
and Mrs. Dr. C. E. Martin of Williams
burg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Alva Study Rev. and Mrs. T. M.
Bodenhorn anl children, Catherine and
Walter, Mrs Sears and Miss Ellen
Davisson took dinner Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Hodgin and daughter,
Mary and Sunday evening; they all at
tended church at Arba Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Carper
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Tudor spent Sunday with Frank Wil
liams and daughters.". . .Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Hartup and son, Howard, visit
ed Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Aaron
Worth Judge Haynes of Portland
visited recently -with Rev. Aaron
CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. The mem
bers of the Baptist church had a sur
prise shower for Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Huddleston in their new home in
the Kiser flats Monday evening. They
received a number of useful presents.
After a social evening refreshments of
ice cream and cake were served
Olgle Sullivan of Green's Fork was the
week end guest of Mrs. John Campbell
and family Rev. Father Shaenk is
spending this week with relatives in
Evansville. . . . John Pritchard has re
turned to his home in Centerville after
a visit with his aunt, Mrs. Lucy Con
roy....Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Newkirk
had as Sunday guests Mrs. Anna Regg
and grandson. Earl Rosie, Mr. and
Mrs. Russel Bailey and sons. Blare and
John, and daughter, Ruth Ellen, Mr.
and Mrs. George Martin and daughter,
Frances of Richmond Mrs. Lily
Morris of Eaton is spending a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ralph
Tague The Friday Night club will
meet Thursday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Emerson Cloyd.
NEW MADISON, Ohio. Mrs. Mar
tha Wise of Dayton spent last week
with Mrs. J. D- Gartrell and other
friends here Rev. and Mrs. Snyder,
Mrs. Jennie Heckler and Mrs. Minerva
Ware attended the anti-saloon meeting
at Greenville Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Emily Morrow of Greenville wa3
a dinner guest Sunday of her cousin,
Mrs. Elizabeth Walker. ...Jerry Not
lis has bought the Martha Hageman
property, now occupied by Eli Smith,
and will .have the house remodeled.
....Mrs. Martha Duckwall is spend
ing this week with her son Ralph and
family. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flatter
and son Minor spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. Elizabeth Barnhart Mrs.
Elizabeth Walker and Mrs. Emily Mor
row called on Mrs. Louisa Smelker
Sunday evening Rev. and Mrs. Sny
der took dinner Thursday with Mr. and
Mrs. Diller Howell Mrs. Adah
Smith is serving on the jury at Green
ville Mrs. John King, Mrs. Paul
King, Mrs. Adah Smith, Mrs. Marth.T
Wise, Mrs. John Gartrell, Mrs. R. P
Bennett. Miss Opal Bowman, Mrs.
Lizzie Trittschuh and Mrs. Louis?
Smelker spent Tuesday evening with
Mrs. Kate Grubbr Mrs. Ellen Bid
die, who has -been very sick, is im
proving Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Clay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernmett Mikesell ana
daughter Ethel of Union City, took
dinner Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
John Heironimus Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Morris of Greenville, spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J
S. Hageman and called to see her aunt.
Mrs. Mary A. Ray Mr. David Snow
and Miss May Mikesell of this place,
who were last week united in mar-
SOCIETIES OF YOUNG
PEOPLE TO ATTEND
CENTERVILLE, Ind., Oct 12.
Young people's societies In all sections
of the county will dismiss their mem
bers Sunday evening In order that
they may attend the special vesper
service of the young people's division
of the Wayne County Sunday School
association which Is to be held In the
new high school building here at 1
o'clock on the evening cf Sunday, Oct
15, and to which all Wayne county
young people are invited.
Perry Wilson, boys work secretary
of the Richmond Y. M. C. A., assisted by
eight of his boys, will be In charge of
the song sen-ice of the meeting. Rev.
R. W. Leazer, pastor of the First Bap
tist church of Richmond, will deliver
the address. It Is stated that the
meeting will be ended by 5:30 o'clock
in order that the young people may get
back to their churches in time for the
evening preaching services.
An opportunity to register will be
given at the meeting of ail delegates
who contemplate attendance at the
young people's conference to be held
at Crawfordsville in the near future.
It is stated that Wayne county will be
represented by more than 25 delegates
to this conference and that the Wayne
county delegation will exert every ef
fort to bring the 1923 convention to
The fact that Wayne county will
have a strong delegation at the con
ference is not to be disputed and it is
stated that the delegation has an ex
cellent chance to secure the confer
ence for Richmond.
riage at the M. E. parsonage in Green
ville, are enjoying their honeymoon
at Niagara Falls and other places in
the East Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grant
ham of Gary, Ind., spent last week
with their daughter, Mrs. Snyder
Miss Jessie Burgess of Long Island,
spent several days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mote.... Mrs. Will
iam Runkle of Greenville is with her
mother, Mrs. Ellen Biddle. . . .Miss Ed
na Smelker is again atending school
at Bonebrake seminary. . .Mrs. Adrian
Wilt, east of town, has been very sick.
Her daughter, Mrs. Clinton Bruss, of
Arcanum, is caring for her Friend
here have received announcement o"
the marriage of Miss Dorothy Ingram,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Ingram,
former residents of our town, to Jack
Ernestine of Germantown. . They wi'.l
reside in Dayton where Mr. Ernestine
is employed Mrs. Alice Collins is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Roberts Miss Alice Roberts is tak
ing a nurse's training course at Reid
hospital at Richmond Mrs. Irvin
Wasner and son Edwin of Springfield,
were here last week attending the
funeral of her uncle, George M. Nog
gle, and visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Noggle Mr. and Mrs.
George Arms of Pittsburgh, Pa., spent
Thursday and Friday with Dr. and
Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Brawley spent last week with Floyd
Deacon and family at Bellaire Mr
and Mrs. William Benchley of Jackson,
Mich., visited relatives in this com
munity last week Friends here
have received news of the death ot
Mrs. William Brown at her home in
San Jose, Calif. Mrs. Brown was 71
years of age. Mr. Brown was a son
of Cornelius Brown, who formerly
lived on the farm south of town now
occupied by Mrs. Margaret Puterbaugs.
All Over Indiana
(By Associated Press)
KOKOMO. Once each week during
the coming winter members of the po
lar bear club will take a swim at the
quarry even if they have to break the
FRANKLIN. Miss Charlotte Tarl
ton in passing a state teacher's exam
ination made an average grade of 99.5
per cent, the highest ever made in
WASHINGTON. Six men and a sev
en year old boy received sixty day sen
tences for stealing one hog on the
MARION. That his wife liked the
bright lights and tried to compel him
to move to Indianapolis was the di
vorce complaint of Jackson N. Brown.
MONTICELLO. L. H. Smith of this
city has been picking his second cro
or rea raspDernes this year and hopes
there will not be a frost soon.
CLINTON. Lewellyn Trovel. 76,
was trampled upon by a team of runa
way horses and died an hour later.
WINSLOW. Alleging that her hus
and pulled down the window shades to
keep her from looking out, Mrs. Melis
sa Shoulders. 70, asked for divorce
from Isaac Shoulders, 83.
HARTFORD CITY. A baby girl
weighing 17 pounds was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Shield.
BLOOMIXGTON.' "Ghosts" which
wander along the roads at the Payne
school and disappear at the toot of au
tomobile horns have worried motorists.
William Brown conducted a meat mar
ket here 40 years ago.
MOORELAND, Ind. N. P. McCol
lum and Frank Reece made a business
trip to Winchester Tuesday Mr.
and Mrs. Seth Lamb entertained Sun
day the following persons: Perrv
Lamb and son, Guy, Miss Edith Lamb
and friend, of Muncie Miss Mil
dred Rodeffer, Minnie Idle, Eva Grim,
Elmer Wampole and Ernest Rodeffer
called on Neva Replogle and Ruth
Marshall, Tuesday evening. .. Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Harter and family enter
tained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burk and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams
and Roy Stone .Lucile Covalt spent
Sunday with Florence Her Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Lamb, of Muncie, called on
Seth Lamb recently Mrs. L. B.
Barrett is spending a fe wdays with
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pope Dr.
and Mrs. Gordon Lamb visited Seth
Lamb Sunday Floyd Covalt and
son, Raymond, and Lucille Covalt
spent Tuesday with Will Bowman and
family Mrs. Jemnie Holcomb called
on Mrs. Gertrude Downing Monday.. .
Floyd Covalt and son Raymond, spent
Sunday with Isaac Covalt Miss
Ruby Barrett spent the week end with
Reba Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Paul spent Sunday with Frank Mercer
of New Lisbon Miss Lee Oma
Parker called on Miss Fredith Hol
comb recently Byron Bales called
on Miss Ruby Barrett Sunday evening.
Elmer Manifold and family have
moved on the Wesley Dye farm
Mike Bookout and family Mr. and Mrs.
David Metsker and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cory spent Sunday with Wilmer
Harvey and family, near Newcastle
Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Parker were
in Losantsville Tuesday.
Guaranteed Stomach Remedy
Makes Big Hit in Richmond
Dr. Orth's Stomach Remedy Now Being Sold by All Drug
gists on the Square Deal Money Back Plan
Go to your drujrgist, says Dr. Orth, if
you are a sufferer from stomach trou
ble, and get a handy form package of
Dr. V)rth's Stomach Remedy remember
the name. Take it according to direc
tion, and if, after taking, vou can
truthfully say it has done you "no good,
I don't want your money. Simply take
the empty box back to your druggist
and get your money back.
So, if you suffer from Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, acidity. Sour Stomach. Gas,
Heartburn, Biliousness and Bloating
after eating, headache, coated., tongue,
or pains in stomach and side, go to
your druggist at once and get a box of
Dr. Orth's Stomach Remedy, and when
you start to take it, realize that you
are taking the prescription of a phy
sician who practiced medicine in the
Mates of Pennsylvania and Ohio for
sixty years, and that in those years lie
successfully treated thousands of cases
cAavuj iiKe yours.
Now, if you really want a good,
healthy, "never bothers me" kind of a
stomach: one that you can always de
pend upon to dicest vour food, s-et a. hnr
U-lght away, and remember that it is
most rigidly guaranteed.
Special note to out-of-town sufferers
75 cents mailed to the Dr. Orth Lab
oratories. Kast Liverpool, Ohio, will
bring a box by Parcel Post, and guar
anteed. You can get it at all druggists.
McKenzie's Pancake Flour ,
Monarch Pancake Flour, 2 for..,
Faultless Flour, 2 1 lbs.
Potatoes, per bu ,
Franklin Sugar, 2-lb. cartons
Delicious Oats, 2 for
Monarch Baked Beans, can
Carpenter's Flour, 24 lbs
. . . 75'
Pure Lard, per lb 12?
Delicious Hominy, large cans, 2 for. .25c
Delicious Hominy, small cans, 2 for. .15
Sauerkraut, 2-lb. cans 20
Mackeral, large size, new stock, 2 for 254
Fancy Head Rice, per lb 10c
Crepe Toilet Paper, 8 rolls 25c
Jersey Sweet Potatoes, lb 5c
Full half-pound package
Many Delicious Ways to Serve It
PERSIMMONS -j O
per box JLC
BANANA APPLES ini
per lb XiC
GRIMES GOLDEN AP- Or
PLES. 4 lbs ut
MALGA GRAPES ir
per lb -. IDt
TOKAY GRAPES 1 r
per lb IOC
per lb UC
ICEBERG LETTUCE Ofk.,
per head dUC
CLEAN," WHITE CElV ' -f r
ERY. 2 bunches IOC
per dozen OUC
SEEDED RAISINS 1Q
per lb IOC
CLEAN. LARGE ift
PRUNED, lb XOC
DRIED PEACHES -t Q
per lb. lyC
HENS"-' " Q
per lb OC
COUNTRY BUTTER J r
per lb 4UC
SMOKED HAM inn
sliced, lb ".. ftiC
DRIED BEEF H(n
per lb UC
BREAKFAST BACON Ofl
per lb LuQ,
MILLER and HART OA-
BACON, lb OiC
OYSTER 40c pint, 75c quart
5 BARS 24c
TO BE MADE FRIDAY
Plans for the annual poultrymen's
tour are being completed by the coun
ty agent In co-operation with poultry
men of the county. The tour will take
place on Friday, leaving the court
house at 9:30 and visiting possibly a
dozen poultry -farms in the county.
An especial attempt has been made
this year to find out-standing ex
amples of good practises, housing facil
ities or other equipment and of true-to-type,
well bred birds. Every flock
visited will be of Interest for some one"
or more points. More of the general
purpose breeds, rather than the lay
ing breeds alone.-will be visited this
year also, although the lattea are not
One point that will be illustrated
this year will be the reconstruction of
old buildings so as to accommodate
poultry flocks. There are frequent ex
amples of inexpensive construction of
good poultry houses from old barn3
or other buldings.
Selection of cocks for flock improve
ment, and culling of pullets, are two
subjects that will be" treated by P. G
Riley. Purdue poultry expert who will
accompany the tourists.
In case the weather should be too
rainy for the trip, an .all-day meeting
will be held at the courthouse with
lectures by Mr. Riley and talks by the
local producers, including explanations
of the various features in which they
have had especial success.
Sunday School Activities
To Be Discussed Friday
Future activities of the Richmond
Sunday school association will be dis
cussed at a meeting of that body at
the Y. M. C. A. on the tening of
Friday, Oct. 20. Each school is to be
represented at the meeting by the pas
tor of the church, the Sunday school
superintendent and a lay member. It
is expected that the association will
bring to Richmond during the month
of November, a Sunday school worker
of international repute. Definite an
nouncement regarding this matter will
be made later.
ANDERSON, Ind., Oct. 12. Because
a fortune teller informed her that hex
husband was courting another woman,
Mrs. John Parker, 22 years old, is al
leged to have attempted to end her life
by swallowing poison. A physician
worked with her an hour and she is
said to have a good chance to recover.
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