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mCIILIOND DAILY PALLADIUM, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1904.
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THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET. NEW VORK CITY. : We. Hold Thee Safe Also Life and Accident Insurance. 8 and 10 North 7th St. , RiefflMD CREAM 60. ICE CREAM, ICES, Etc. Delivered to any part of the city MILK AND CREAM FOR SALE 12 North 7th St. (Old Harrington Building) RICHMOND, IND. Home Phone 1188 Bell Phone 116 W OOOOOOOOIIOliOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o R. R. R. Lunch Room. 825 NORTH E ST. L. M. HAYS Prop. MEALS 15 CENTS. OOOOOOOOIIOIDOOOOOOO Hfc TntATS SUCCESSFULLY Jlorationof the Rwtnm. without detention from b-JTi r. 7 . in . r 7. 1 ""tujiAURai, vbr.riA, ana an jjxs.ka5.es OF THE BLOOD FP'!jf ? IvS5n.?VCnr:.Scrofu, Private and Nervons Diseases. Female Disease, Nigh Losses. Loss or Vitality from md wretiAr. i .k . .. o;i.. t-.,. "! f: .mTSvJVTVKLY IKE1 AN I GUARANTEED. l Vh yoal ,ntere(,t to consult the Doctor if you are suffering from disease. And if he cannot cure you he will tell you so at once. 8unermS xrom Ketnember the time and place. Will return every four weeks. Iffice and Laboratory. No. 21 SOUTH TENTH STREET, RICHMOND, IND. KNOWN AS THE IJEST. Mince me at Bought, and which has been has borne the signature of has been made under his per- Signature of Place your FIRE INSURANCE with GEO. C. BALL, Agent, successor to B. B. Myrlck's Agency. O O O O O O O O O O A P DR J. A.WALLS THE SPECIALIST At home office Monday, Tuesday, Fri day and Saturday of each week. Consultation and One Month's Treatment FREE ! oS'c DISEASES OP THE THROAT, LUNGS, KID bimneo. w jcaic, XiffcUUa, JTlSBUre &&C J. 0. HARDEST 7 ' I Iff ROLL SEEKING LAND THAT IS CLAIM ED FOR HIS WIFE. IN HEARTOF KOKOMO Three Acres Used For a Cemetery Now a City Park Law Suit. Anderson, Ind., Sept. 19. John C. Hardesty, for many years the editor of The Herald, and now a resident of Dayton, O., is in the city. He has returned to Indiana on an interesting mission, which may result in himself and wfe securing possession of a val uable tract of land in the rentral part of Kokomo. Mr. Hardesty was at the Doxey last night and he con firmed the following dispatch from Kokomo : " Kokomo 's old cemetery, the scant three acres that cradles the dust of many of the pioneers of the city, is in a fair way to become the object of contention in a lawsuit. The city has grown up all around the old burial bround and the space it occupies has become of considerable value. This fact has led to the preliminary steps being taken to have the place restor ed to a private holding in the name of an heir of the man who was the original grantor. J. O. Hardesty and wife, of Ander son, arrived in Kokomo Thursday, and are now preparing to institute proceedings to procure for Mrs. Har desty title to and possession of the grounds embraced in what is knoAvn as the Old cemetery. Mrs. Hardesty was a daughter of the late T. J. Falk ner, the man who deeded the ground to the commissioners of Howard county nearly sixty yetirs ago for cemetery purposes. It is clcaimed by Mr. Hardesty and by attorneys who have looked into the records, that the deed from Falk ner to the commissioners contained a clause to the effect that the ground should be used for burial purposes and no other. Mrs. Hardesty 's con tention is that whenever the grounds were yiven over to any other use than that expressly provided for in the deed, the title reverted to the original grantor or his heirs. ' A Prompt Headache Cure. Probably no form of suffering is so general as that caused by headache. The value of time lost through this complaint is something stupendous. If you are subject to headache from overwork or mental exhaustion throb bing or splitting headache, nervous headache, or headache caused by indi gestion you should seek relief before the trouble becomes chronic. Phen-a-mid Tablets are an invalu able remedy for all forms of this trouble. They are prescribed by hun dreds of reputable physicians through out the country, and are used exten sively in hospital practice. Phen-a-mid Tablets contain no in jurious drug and never depress or weaken the heart. They may be safe ly administered by anyone. Phen-a-mid, the great pain destroy er, is a positive and speedy cure for headache and all forms of pain, in eluding neuralgia, backache, rheuma tism, sciatica and is very efficient in all cases of colds, chills and fevers. No family can afford to be without a bottle of Phen-a-mid in the house. 25 cents at the druggist's, or by mail from the manufacturers, Osborn-Col-well Co., 46 Cliff street, New York. 1 EDUCATIONAL DAY Report of Earlham College Shows Prosperity. Plainfield, Ind.. September 19. Saturday was educational dav at yearly meeting, and from all sections have come the leaders who have the education of Quaker youth in their keeping. In all their migrations from one part of the country to an other, the Friends, as soon as they reached their destination, immedi ately erected a meetng-honse with a school building adjacent to it. The most important educational in stitution under the care of Western and Indiana Yearly Meetings is Earl ham College, and the a-nnual report of Earlham, read by President Rob ert L. Kelly showed the last vear of that college to have been one of the most successful in its historv. Important Business Session. One of the most important business sessions of the Western Yearly Meet ing was that of the morning, when reports of the evangelistic and church extension committee and on the Earl ham Bible societies were read. Fol lowing the reading of the reports tke annual selection of the superintend ent of the evangelistic and hurch extension committee was made, and Thomas C. Brown, of Carmel, was re appointed to that position. There are never any candidates for this and the selection Avas unanimous. The ex ecutive committee for this work was appointed, as follows: Louis E. Stout, of Plainfield; David Hartley, of Danville; William L. Pyle, of In dianapolis; Charlotte Yickers, of Chicago, and Martha E. Newlin, of Westfield. The annual report of this commit tee was encouraging. It showed an increase of 70 per cent, during the last year in the home mission work, and it was found that thirty-seven young men and women had announc ed themselves as ready to go into the ministry. A score of speakers, including Al len Jay of Richmond commended the Avork of the Earlham Bible Society, and it was announced that at the next institute every meeting in the yearly meeting should be represented in the institute. Beside the report of Earlham Col lege an intesesting address Avas gi'en by A. S. Mitchell, of Bloomingdale, on "The Need of Our Academy.' 1 13TH DISTRICT Sunday-School Association Conven tion at Losantsville. The First Annual Institute of the 13th District of Indiana Sunday School Association which Avas held at Losantsville, Randolph County hvt Wednesday and Thursday el sed Thursday afternoon. The delegates returned to their respective homes feeling that the Institute had been a great success. After, devotional ex-ercises led by Rev. A. W. Otis, of Franklin, Ird., words of welcome by Mr. J. Parker of Losantsville, and response by T. W. Wilmore, of Winchester, E. W. Halpenny, state secrcetary, of Indi anapolis, gave a very interesting talk on The Art of Questioning. J. 'Seward Beard, of Economy. Ind.; read a Avell prepared papr on The Need of a Revival in B-ble Study. E. R. Black, of NeAvcastle, Ind., gaA'e a most interesting chart lesson on Paul's Epistles. C. I. Truby, of Winchester, Ind., crave some most excellent thoughts on the subject The Importance of P.blo Study. ' F. W. Halpenny, of India :Violis, rpoke on Jesus as a Personal Woiker. Miss Vivian Jordan, of Blounts ville. Ind., favored the institute with a solo. I. L. Dungan, Newcastle, Ind., gave The Bible as a Message and gave the Message of all the Book from Genesis to Revelation. Thursday. ReA A. W. Otis lead in the Bible Study and Devotional Service. E. W. Halpenny gave a blackboard talk on Special Sunday School days. T. A. Morrison of Economy. Ind.. on the subject of A. Model Normal Drill on Blackboard gave tAo very instrueti-e lessons for a Normal Class E. W. Halpenny gave an excellent talk on Mathews Oospel. F. F. Haisley, of Richmond, Ind.. grave a very interesting talk on Half a Crop. E. W. Halpenny gave a blackboard talk on The Oospel of John. Two young ladies of Losantsville favored the Institute with a duet. Rev. C. Huber, of Richmond, Ind., gave a very interesting talk on the Four Gospels. E. W. Halpenny closed the address with the giving of honors and re wards. A -ote of thanks Avas tendered the people of Losantsville by J. S. Har ris, district chairman, of Richmond, Ind.. followed by a few remarks by J. Parker of Losantsville. Only Did His Duty as He Saw it. "I deem it my duty to add a word of praise for Chamberlain's Colic, Cho'era and Diarrhoea Remedy, ' says J. Wiley Park, the well known mer chant and postmaster at Wiley, Ky. "I have been selling it for three or four years, and it gives complete sat isfaction. Several of my customers tell me they would not be without it for anything. Very often, to my knowledge, one single doe has cured j evere attaek of diarrhoea, and I ! a positively know that it will cure the flux (dysentery). You are at liberty to use this testimonial as yon please." Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H. Sudhoff, Fifth and Main street. Wakeful? Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be LooKed To. There are tliree different manifesta tions of sleeplessness. First, harCly to sleep a wink all night, second, to lie awake a long time before falling asleep; third, to fall asleep soon, waking up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again. They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres, somewhere in the brain cells, somewhere In the tlood vessels that carry blood to the brain, something is radically wrong, and must be righted, or the end may be worse than death. To right It, take Dr. Jliles Nervine. Some other symptoms of nerve trou ble are: Dizziness, Headache, Back ache, Worry, Fretfulness, Irritability, Melancholy, Lack of Ambition. They indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance, Nervous Prostration. Paralysis. Insanity. Nothing will give such quick and last ing relief as Dr. Miles' Nervine. "My husband had been pick for weeks, could not sit up to have his bed made. "With all the medical help we could Ket he continued to grow worse. He could neither sleep or eat. Our baby girl was sent away, and all callers barred, be cause he could not stand a bit of talk ing. I read of a case of nervous pros tration cured by Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. We began giving it to him, and in a few days he was able to be dressed. From that time he steadily improved. Nervine saved his life." MRS. A. G. 1IASKIN, FreeviUe, N. Y. TfDTiTi "Vrite to us for Free Trial X XVXjXj package of Dr. MiUs' Antl Paln Pills, the New Scientitic Remedy for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell you what is wrong, and how to right it. Free. DR. AI1LKS MEDICAL C07. lAJiORATORLCiJ, X:i.KlLUtT, IND. im mm i "I find Caoiff ts so gooil that I ttodM not b without tliem. 1 was troubled a stent deal wit torpid Jiver and headache. Now since taViufc Cascaretg Candy Cathartic I feel very much bett r i 1 shall certainly recommend them to my friend! as the best medicine I hare ever Keen." i Anus Buainet, Osborn Mill No. 2, Fall River, lias. ' Best For The bowels Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Oood, f.ever Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 2.1c. 50e. Never old in bnlk. The gennine tablet stamped C C C. uuarauteed to euro or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 6oi ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Weak Men Made Vigorous rn2f7 nn$xr xfqs&t What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did! It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when all 11. Young men regain lost manhood; old others fal men recover youthful vigor. Absolutely Ouar nteed to Cure Nervonmeu, Lost Vitality, I in potency, Nlrhily Kniisslono, Lost Power, either sex. Failing Memory, Wasting Vis eases, and all effect of telf-nbute or excenet and indiscretion. Wards off Insanity and consumption. Don't let druggist impose a worthless substitute on f ou because It yields a greater profit. Insist on hav ng PEPFKR'S N EKV1GOK, or send for it Can be carried la vest pocket. Prepaid, plain 'wrapper, $1 per box, or for $5, with A Written Uuar antre to Cure or Krfand Money. Pamphlet free FJSFFEB MEDICAL ASS'N, Chicago, 111. Sold by A. O. Luken & Co. YOUR TRIP to Los Angeles or San Francisco will not be perfect unless you use the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY etther on going or returning jour either on the going or returning jour ney. It has the grandest and most won derful scenery in the world, which is in full view fro mthe train for 600 miles, or can be viewed from the many mountain resorts along the line. Stopovers Allowed. Free Observation Cars. Trip Through Paget Sound between Vancouver, Victoria and Se attle without extra charge. Write for illustrated literature. A. C. SHAW, Gen. Agt., Passgr. Dept. Chicago, HI. MONEY LOANED From 5 to 6 per cent. Thompson's Loan and Real Estate tcency. Main and seventh streets. P. D. Armstrong, La Crosse Had stomach troubles, indigestion, and kidney diseases. ITollister's Rocky Mounlain Tea completely cured me. Gained sixty pounds. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. A. G. Luken & Co. Impossible to forn?e an accident. 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