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.THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1922.
by Marion Rubmcana
Chapter 99 -
"No, I shouldn't like it." Pan ob
jected mldly. "First of all it would
be mean to spoil Mrs. Clarke's pleas
ure, she's doing so much and she's hav
ing such a good time.
"And I shouldn't want my family
no, I'd like my father, of course. Ha
would understand the others "
She broke off, and sat quietly for a
moment. They were seated on the long
couch in Mr. Clarke's "study," a big
shabby affair that Mr. Clarke adored
lying on full length, a book 'on his
chest and his eyes focused at a most
unhealthy angle for reading.
"It's i.robably wicked of me," she
went on. "But the others belong so
entirely to another part of my - life
that I want to keep them out as much
as possible from this new life. That
is, I should like to see them now and
then and hear from them, they were
good to me, I suppose "
"Not very when they worked you
hard and did everything they could to
hurt you." George would naturally
always be resentful towards the aunt
and uncle and cousin.
"Your father I'd like, I think, the
whimsical, impractical, lovaljle sort. T
trampled the Rockies once with a guide
"Yes, you'd like him. We'll make
him come and see us, if we can per
suade him to stay in the city for more
than a day or so," Pan said. "He's
doing well, from his letters, and he
likes ranch life. Out in the wilds hi
sees half a dozen men only, and two
women, wives of other ranchmen. Ha
likes that and I don't believe he
misses me. It's odd how well he can
get along without people. He doesn't
care for anyone in the world but me,
but he can get along without me for
Tears at a time and not be unhappy.
I'm not like that I want people, and
I could not get along very well with
out someone I loved you, for in
stance." She had an odd little trick of tuck
ing her hand into his as they sat to
gethera habit George liked because
it was simple and sweet and childlike,
"I don't want you to have to get
alone without me." he said. "As for
'the aunts and uncles, you shall se-3
them when you want "
"I had a letter from Aunt Maude,"
Pan remarked. "She said Gladys' baby
was a boy and big and healthy and
looked very much like Morton, only
pretty. Morton was homely, you know.
Gladys is perfectly happy now. I can
see her, she has everything in life she
wants, a husband, a house, and -i
"The great essentials," George com
"Ah yes but I want all that and so
much more! I want you to be in lovo
with me always Gladys doesn't care
mush about that. She wanted Morton
in just the same way as she wanted a
new oak dining room suite. She has
the same pleasure in looking at him
as she has in looking at it it's hers,-
as Dossession. She has as much pleas
ure and as few thrills as little actual
joy I don't know what I want to say.
She turned to him, half smiling,
Then suddenly: :
"This is what I want," she said.
And she loosened her hand from his
and put both arms around his neck,
and her face close to his, and kissel
him with a warmth that surprised him,
that made him hold her tightly and
loath to let her go:
"That's love and passionate love
- too." she said with a quaint little wis
dom. "I want that, and friendly love
v as well I'd like to tramp the Rockies
you. I've roughed it with father and
it's been great fun."
"We'll do it next summer or this
Autumn when we get back if it isn't
too cold, and if Gloria comes back to
take care of her child," George said.
"Gloria!" Pan came back to earth
and her sense of duty. "George, w
must let her know. Perhaps she would
want to come back for the weddinr,
for it's really going to be a weddin"
after all, I can see that. Perhaps "
"She might feel offended if we didn't
tell her. All right, I'll send her a Ion?
wire tonight and you can write her."
He pulled out a list of addresses from
a pocket book with the hotels they
would stay at and the probable time
they would be there.
"Write to the Grand hotel in Rome.
I fancy they'll be there now," he said.
"Pan. you must draw on Gloria's bank
account for all these clothes Mrs.
Clarke is getting you. I'll fix it later
with Gloria. As a husband, I've a per
fect right to " .
"Pay for your wife's -wedding
The little mood of intensity had
passed. If George was hoping it woul 1
come back, he was disappointed when
Mrs. Clarke's voice called them. After
a discreet interval she entered the
"Some people have already arrived.
she announced. "So I must tear yen
away. Poor George I know is ready to
hate me. But children, I have a good
idea and wanted to speak to you be
fore we went out and were hosts and
hostesses. Why don't you take our
farm for your honeymoon? We shan't
go down there for weeks yet. It's quiet
and secluded and pretty, no one there
but the servants. You can be as far
from the world as you want."
Pan looked her joy at this, and even
George was pleased. It was an ideal
spot to spend a honeymoon!
Tomorrow Going Away
Save Time and
Money by Bidding a
Gaiage For Your Car
By Edna Kent Forbes
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Stop spending that $10, $12 or $15
every month for . storage space for
your car. Instead of keeping it at a
distant garage, why not build a con
crete house for your machine right in
your own back yard?
You can do this yourself, without
outside help of any kind. The pro
cess is simple. The result will last
Many other things can be con
structed with this artificial stone.
Cellar floors, clothesline posts, laundry
tubs, fence posts, driveways, walks,
and a hundred other conveniences for
the home or farm can be made with
Everything you need to know about
concrete is contained in a booklet
which this Bureau has for free dis
tribution. Write for a copy of this
booklet today. Enclose two cents in
stamps for return postage.
Information Bureau, '
Washington, D. C. I
' Frederick J. Haskin. Director. I
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM j
I enclose herewith two cents j
in stamps for return postage on j
a free copy of the Concrete j
IV.' vv w ,
Make Cosmetic Gloves for Yourself
The busiest woman is sure to be th'
one who needs' hand treatments the
most. The housewife can manage a
little time each day to repair the rav
ages of cooking and cleaning. But the
business woman is rarely mistress of
her hours, that is, sha will be so tired
at night that she will want to rest or
enjoy herself, rather than spend her
precious leisure beautifying herself.
For such women 1 would suggest a
weekly hand treatment that will not
take a great deal of time. This is to
wear what are called cosmetic gloves
every Saturday night, since Sunday
morning she will have more time t
continue the treatment. She can pur
chase any number of bleaching pastes
which come for this purpose but plain
vaseline or cold cream will do if the
hands are simply dry and old looking
A bleaching paste is made as follows:
Powdered myrrh 1 ounce
Honey 4 ounces
Yellow wax 2 ounces
Rosewater 6 ounces
Melt the wax and stir in the myrrh.
beat thoroughly and add the honey ana
rosewater and a little plain glycerine.
As it cools it hardens, but by adding
the glycerine you will soon have a
paste that will spread easily.
Srub the hands thoroughly with hot
water and soap, removing stains wita
lemon juice. Rinse, rub in a generous '
quantity of the paste and pull on ove-j
the hands an old pair of loose kid
gloves. Wear these all night. In the i
morning wash off the paste with soap
and water and as soon as convenient
afterwards give the nails a thorough
manicure. Such a treatment once a
week will always keep the hands pretty.
CHESTER, Ind. The friends and
neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Strader gave them a surprise masquer
ade last Tuesday night. Games and
contests were played. A three course
lunch was served to the following
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bogan, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Park Elwood, Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kurlin, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeMoss,
Mrs. Ida Barker, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. El
bert Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sitloh,
Alfred Kemp, Myron and Marvel Bar
ker, Byron McKee, Lester Strader,
Ivan Sitloh, Helen Kerlin, Josephine
Steader, Ruth Barker, Jessie Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Will Felty (and family
spent Sunday atCampbellstown, Ohio.
The missionary society met in the
church Thursday afternoon, an inter
esting program was given Mrs.
I Lulu Webster and daughter Florence
have as their guest Mrs. Hubert Web
ster of Wyomlng.l '. . .Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam H. Wester called on Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Addleman Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Huffman spent Wednes
day with Mrs. Harry Warnauf....
Mrs. Will Brown and Mrs. Will Tho
mas were the hostesses of the annual
Halloween party of the "Booster class"
of the Chester M. E. church. Games
and contests were held. Mrs. Will
Felty and Mrs. Charles Woodruff were
the winners. A lunch was served to
the' following members: Mrs. Caleb
Duke, Mrs. Warren Stigleman, Mrs.
Richard Cutter, Mrs. Ethel Bailey, Mrs.
Will Felty, Mrs. Lulu , Webster, Mrs.
Charles Woodruff, Mrs.' Harry Haw
orth, Mrs. Everett Hunt, Mrs. Fred
Varnauf, Mrs. Clayton Beard, Mrs.
Will Thomas, Mrs. Will Brown. The
guests, Mrs. Charles Buroker, Mrs.
Joseph Brown, Mrs. John Murphy. Mrs.
Harry Brown -and children, Elvin and
vMlma Mrs. Ayers Rhyne spent
Thursday with Mrs. Michael Kendall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huffman and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vanauf and fam
ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Brown. .... The Booster class
will meet with Mrs. Richard Cutter
Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Don Berry
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Newman of Richmond Misses
Mary and Frances Hinshaw spent Fri
day night with Mrs. Charles Woodruff.
Mrs. J. F. Pickett spent the week
end at Brookville. Ind Mr. and Mrs.
T. S. Martin entertained Sunday Mr.
ana Airs. J. w. Hall. Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Kittle and family. Mrs. Hen-
ning, Mrs. Mary Henning and daughter
uorotny Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey
Mikesell spent Sunady with Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Hobbs Mr. and Mrs.!
Maurice Hinshaw and family returned
home Saturday in Winchester after
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. O. 0.
Boerner Mrs. Mary Huffman called
on Mrs. O. O. Boerner Friday after
noon Mr. and Mrs. Claude Berry
spent the week end in Indianapolis, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ker
tring Mr. and Mrs. Pierson Bane
of Lynn entertained Sunday for din
;ner Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Pyle. Mr. and
Mrs. Mabel Study, Mr. and Mrs. El
bert R. Kemp, Harry Study, Alfred
Kemp, Adelaide Kemp, Marie Bage...
..Mrs. Elmer Woodruff and Mr. Loren
Buroker attended the Billy Sunday
meeting at Dayton Sunday Friends
and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Cutter gave them a surprise last night.
Mrs. George Bowen spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Holiday of
Spartansburg Miss Marjorie Pick
ett entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Clemepts, Mr. and Mrs. Heiman
Schaeffer Mr. and Mrs. Charles
CenterviUe Friends Plan
Revival Starting Nov. 9
C ENTER VILLE, Ind.. Nov. 8. Re
vival services will begin at the Friends
church here- Thursday and continue
over Sunday. The pastor, the Rev.
Marie Casscll, will base her sermons
on "The Study of the Book of He
brew." Prayer services will be held
Sunday with relatives here Mrs
M. T. Fox entertained at a thimble
party Friday afternoon, Mrs. A. R.
Jones, Mrs. Joe Stonecipher, Mrs. Al
bert Hindman, Mrs. Joe Teetor, Mns
Ralph Worl, Mrs. Clifford Foutz. Mrs.
John Kidwell, Mrs. Charley Parsonc,
Mrs. Etta Porter, Mrs. Emma Burton.
Mrs. Charles Backenstoe, Mrs. Charles
Hatter, Mrs. Henry Keagy, and Mrs.
H. H. Short, all of this place, and Sirs
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iiuhv aniBi h ue mm. j, M. Lonti of Richmond. A dainty
luncheon was served,... Mr. and Mrc.
Roscoe Helm3 and Mrs. Ollie Ball, and
Fridav mornine the service will be
held at the home of Mrs. Charles Tay
lor and Mrs. Mattie Hunt. The public
is invited to attend all services. -
A social will be held in the Evelyn
Rebekah lodge room on the evening of
Nov. 12, and all members and their
families are Invited to come and bring
a box lunch, packed for one. These
lunches will be sold at 10 cents each
and the proceeds will go toward a
C. N. Teetor, accompanied by the!
children, Winifred and Herman Tee
tor, and Gordon Murray motored to
Champaign, 111., Friday and visited
their son, Donald Teetor, who is a
student in Illinois university. They
returned home Sunday Mr. an-i
Mrs. Ollie Keizer entertained at din
ner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Wiss
ler and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Byram Macy. On the Sunday previ
ous they entertained Miss Elizabeth
Hovelmryer and Dr. Kreuger and fam
ily of Richmond.
Woodruff entertained the two young
people's classes of the M. E. church
Friday evening. Games and contests CLARK'S STATION, Ohio Mr. anJ
were me evenings enimiuumcuu - Mrs Tlan Potrv STnt Snndav with
three course lunch was served Rarhara w.hi-uv ai. vMraHn
i W. H. Stump and family spent Sunday
HAGERSTOWN, Ind. The Women s j witn Mr and Mrs George Stump, of
History club met Monday afternoon I Eldorado Orville McKee and fam
Creek church last Sunday Quite a
number of the patrons of this school
district attended the entertainment at
the school house last Friday night....
Loren Jones finished husking corn
last week Loren Jones sold some
corn to Irvin Reck, of near Ft.' Jeffer
son, last week Ralph McKee trans
acted business at Greenville Saturday
Loren Jones and family attended
the entertainment at New Madison
consolidated schools last Friday night
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lutz and Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Rupe visited relatives
in Richmond Sunday afternoon.
Apply thickly ovar throat
cover witii hot flannel
ford protection and freedom for exer
Turkey: Hair-lip is a case for ex
pert, surgery. No formula will avail
'All Inquiries addressed to Miss Forbes
In care of the "Beauty Chats" depart
ment will be answered in these columns
In their turn. This requires consider
able time, however, owing to the great
number received. So if a personal or
quicker reply is desired, a stamped and
self-addressed envelope must be en
closed with the quertlo The Kditor.
Always an interesting subject, and
we always think of them as sheer and
feathery little things of daintiest
handiwork and always dread to trust
them to the wash tub. but that is all
unnecessary now. They are as safe
in the laundry tub as they would be
with the dry cleaner, and minus the
odor of gasoline. Hewitt's Borax Soap
Flakes will preserve and whiten them
and leave them soft and fluffy. Made
of borax, purest white tallow and co
coanut oil, and sold in big 15-ounce
packages at your grocer's. Advertisement.
with Mrs. Sarah Bell Mrs. Anthony
Hower spent over Sunday at Indian
apolis with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lem
barger W. C. Peiice and three chil
dren and Miss Louise Hower were the
guests at dinner Sunday of Mr.
Peirce's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Peirce, near Millville Mr. and Mrs.
Ott Weigacd and family, who formerly
lived here, now of Hamilton, Ohio,
spent Sunday here Mr. and Mr.i.
James Evers and Miss Emma Goodwin
of Muncie, called at the home of the'r
cousin, Mrs. Sarah Bell, Saturday af
ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Porter Thorn
burgh, of Urbana, Ohio, were guests
Sunday of Mrs. Mollie Thornburgs.
They also visited Newcastle Mrs
Robert Palmer of Juliette, 111., return
ed home Monday after spending
week with Mrs. Lothair Teetor. Mr.
and Mrs. Teetor and their guest speri
Sunday at Dayton, Ohio Charley
Hartley, of Chicago. 111., spent over
ily attended the love feast at Price's
Pimply? Well, Don't Be
People Notice It. Drive them Off
with Dr. Edward's Olive
A pimply face will not embarrass
you much longer if you get a package
of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The
skin should begin to clear after you
have taken the tablets a few nights.
Cleanse the blood, bowels and liver
with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the
successful substitute for calomel;
there's no sickness or pain after tak
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does, and just as ef
fectively, but their action is gentle
and safe instead of severe and irri
tating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is
ever cursed with a "dark brown
taste, a bad breath, a dull, listless,
"no good" feeling, constipation, torpid
liver, bad disposition or pimply face.
Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil; you
will know them by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among
patients afflicted with liver and bowel
complaints, and Olive Tablets are the
immensely effective result. Take one
or two nightly for a week. See how
much better you feel and look. 15c and
IF BACK HURTS
Eat less meat, also take glass
of Salts before breakfast
Too much meat may form uric acid.,
which excites the kidneys; they be
come overworked; get sluggish, ache
and feel like lumps of lead. The urine
becomes cloudy; the bladder is irri
tated, and you may be obliged to seek
relief two or three times during the
night. When the kidneys clog you
must help them flush off the body's
urinous waste or you'll be a real sick
person shortly. At first you feel a
dull misery in the kidney region; you
suffer from backache, sick headache,
dizziness, stomach gets sour, tongue
coated and you feel rheumatic twinges
when the weather is bad.
Drink lots of water; also get from
any pharmacist four ounces of Jad
Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass
of water before breakfast for a few
days and your kidneys may then act
fine. This famous salts is made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithia, and has been
used for generations to clean clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity, also to help neutralize the
acids in urine, so it no longer is a
source of irritation, thus often ending
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia water drink which everyone
should take now and then to help
keep the kidneys clean and active.
Druggists here say they, sell lots of
Jad Salts to folks who believe in cor
recting kidney trouble while it is
only trouble. Advertisement.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am suffering
with eczema on my hands. Will you
please tell me what to do for it.
' MRS. C. D.
Consult a physician at once. Ecze
ma is a disorder which should be treat
ed constitutionally, and it is even more
important that you eat the right foods
and free your blood of poisons than
to apply external remedies. With
proper medical attention the external
remedies will aid in getting rid of the
trouble. I cannot advise you in this
matter because it is something which
needs examination. Don't let yourself
worry about the condition, because
proper treatment will cure it.
Dear Mrs. Thompson: Is there any
one that buys tinfoil? I have a large
ball of it and wondered if It was sale
Call any of the junk dealers.
Curlie: A girl of 15. 5 ft., 4 In., is
normal weight at 110 to 115 pound?.
If your hair becomes too oily before
shampoo time dust some powder
through it and allow it to remain on
only long enough to absorb the excess
oil. Shake all of this out' of the hai-.
as any that remains will cause it to
dry and become eventually brittle.
' Oxfords and woolen hose make a
combortable combination as they af-
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GET RID OF THAT
DO you feel run down and half
sick all the time? Are you thin,
pale, easily tired no energy, no
ambition, no "pep"?
Now is the time to take Gude's
Pepto-Manfan. It will brace you up,
give you a delightful feeling of vigor
and ambition, enrich your blood, build
firm, 6olid flesh, and bring the healthy
color back to your skin.
Your druggist has Gude's Liquid
or solid, as you prefer.
Tonic and Blood Enricher
I wish to inform the people of Richmond and vicinity that I have
purchased the Homrighous Jewelry Store at 1021 Main street, and
after this date this store will be operated under the name of
ED. E. WENDLING.
This store will carry a complete stock of Diamonds, Watches,
Clocks, Silverware and Jewelry, endeavoring to give you the finest
in quality and the latest in design. I will always be pleased to show
you and offer suggestions. ,
ED E. WENDLING
1021 Main St. High-Grade Watch Repairing a Specialty Phone 1867
People go on suffertny from little
stomach troubles for years and Imagine
they have & serious disease.
They over-eat and force on, the stom
ach a lot of extra work.
But they never think that the stomach
rwds extra help to do extra work.
If these people, would take a Mi-O-Na
Tablet with or after meals It would be
preat bl help to the stomach In Its
strain of overwork.
Ml-O-Na helps your tired out stom
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find stop gas belchingr In five minutes.
Thi heaviness disappears and the stom
oh Is greatly aided in its work of di
gestion. And Ml-O-Na not only promptly re
lieves all distress but If taken regularly
will banish indlrestton.
Pruarirists everywhere and A. G. Luk
cn Dru Co., and Dafler Drng Co. sell
Ml-O-Na oa the money back plan. Ad-
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PALLADIUM WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
Practically 90 per cent of
the 95,000,000 barrels of
Portland cement shipped
last year was delivered in
returnable cotton sacks.
To supply users of cement
prompdy,the industry must
have about 200,000,000
sacks either on hand or in
The sack method of ship
ping is most convenient.
There are four sacks to a
barrel. Each sack contains
94 pounds of cement a
cubic foot. And a cubic
foot is a handy volume in
When cement is shipped, the sacks
are billed to the purchaser. When
they are returned,they are bought
back at the same price if they are
in usable or repairable condition.
This involves much work in
checking, cleaning, sorting and
But in spite of the fact that every
good cement sack is redeemable,
30,000,000 of the sacks shipped
everyyear fail to come back a loss
of nearly $5,000,000 a year at
present prices of new sacks.
To replace these "lost, strayed or
stolen" sacks requires annually
over 30,000 bales of cotton. It re
quires that the textile industry
weave a strip of cloth 30 inches
wide and 17,000 miles long. It
means that 1,600 looms are kept
working full time for a year.
Thousands of sacks returned to
the cement mills for redemption
are damaged, yet accepted for
credit, if they can be repaired.
This repair is done by the cement
manufacturer at his own expense.
A medium sized plant shipping,
say 1,000,000 barrels of cement a
year, has to repair an average of
6,000 sacks per day from among
those returned for credit. This
keeps 6 people constandy working
at rapidly operated electric sew
ing machines. In a million barrel
a year plant, 22 people are con
stantly employed sorting, counting,
repairing and otherwise caring for
returned sacks so that they may
, again be used.
At the present time $30,000,000
would be a conservative estimate
of the investment which the ce
ment industry has in cotton sacks.
Sacks are one of the lesser, but
, - nevertheless important items in
the cement industry.
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
&4 National Organization
to Improve and Extend the Uses of Concrete
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