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Ttasfr Bare Kidsej
Trestle and hits Sespsct ft
Bow To Find Oat.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
wmter and let it stand twenty.fonr boors;
a brick Oust sedi
ment, or settling,
I stringy or milky
indicates an un
tion of the kid
neys; too fre
quent Mesire to
MSB it or coin in
t i . .
me uac are aiso symptoms that tell you i
the kidney and bladder are out of orrW
and need attention.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
liver, bladder and every part of the urinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get op many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of Swamp-Root is
soon realized. It stands the highest he.
neaitn restoring prop
erties If yon needs
medicine you should
have the best. Sold by
druggists in fifty-cent
uu uuc-uouar sizes. -rr..
You may have a sample bottle sent free
by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. Mention this paper and
remember the name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp.
jiuui, uuu me auaress, iiiognamton,
i. uu every Dome,
The Greenville Journal.
HOIK PHOSR S44
THURSDAY, APR. 28, 1910.
Miss Cora Price spent Sunday
Ed. Williams and wife spent
Sunday in Piqua.
Samuel Stevenson of Piqua was
a Greenville visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Joe O'Brien and little son
visited relatives in Dayton this
Harry Lansdowne is home from
Nevada to spend the summer
with his mother.
Miss Myrtle Galbreath of Eat
on, 0., spent Saturday and Sun
day with Greenville friends.
Howard Carter and wife of
Hamilton, 0., were the Sunday
guests of Martin Pierson and
Miss Mable Trainor entertained
the class of 1912 at her pleasant
home on Vine street last Friday
' Samuel L. Clemens (Mark
Twain) the noted humorist and
writer, died at 6 :30 o'clock last
Miss Ada McCune left Monday
morning for the Grant hospital
in Columbus, where she will be
come a professional nurse.
Mrs. E. C. Otwell returned
home Monday evening from a
two weeks' visit at Knightstown,
Ind., with her mother, brother
and his wife.
Hale Bell, who, at one time,
was a prominent business man in
this city, was found dead in bed
Monday morning at a hotel in
Denver, Col. ,
Luther Dispennette and Miss
Bertha Idding, two well known
young people residing on the
Requarth pike, went to Kentucky
last Thursday and were quietly
Judge Teegarden was in Day
ton Monday to visit his daughter,
Miss Loraine, who is at the Mi
ami Valley Hospital undergoing
treatment for appendicitis. Her
condition is now somewhat im
Liveryman Reed of Versailles
has recovered his rig hired to
Orla Stambaugh a few days ago,
which the latter had disposed of
for $16 and an old suit of clothes.
Stambaugh, who is an old offend
er, is now being sought by the
officers for horse stealing.
The contract for building the
new steel and concrete amphi
theater at the fair ground was
awarded by the Board last Mon
day to Dennis Dwyer of this city
for $22,881.90. His was the low
est and best bid.
Mrs. Fred. Hupe, aged sixty
six years, died Friday evening at
their home in the Meeker addi
tion, after an illness of two
weeks. She leaves her husband.
two sons and two daughters.
Funeral services were held Mon
James Gerard, a former resi
dent of this city, died last Mon
day morning at the home of his
son John in Dayton, O., aged 70
years. His remains were bro't
to this city and funeral services
held Wednesday afternoon from
the Christian church.
Governor Harmon vetoed the
Anderson Sunday base ball bill
last week on the grounds of its
unconstitutionality. This means
there will be no Sunday ball in
Ohio, except in the large cities,
where, by some manipulation of
the law, games are pulled off.
Judge Albert H. Kunkle of
Springfield handed down a deci
sion in Common Pleas court there
that where a street had been
previously graded and graveled,
where the city orders that street
macadamized, the city must pay
onehalf the cost of such macada-
mizing, ne noming mac sucn
macadamizing is a re-paving of
Dr. H. V. Brown of Portland,
Ind., who for several years has
been a contributor to the Journal
under the nom de plume of
Darke County Boy," suffered a
stroke of paralysis at his home
last week, and may never be able
to again wield his facile pen.
This, we know, will be read with
regret by many of our readers
and his friends in Darke county,
but we hope that he may soon
recover from this' attack.
W. A. Hopkins, a prominent
citizen and member of the Henry
St. Clair wholesale grocery com
pany, died rather suddenly Sat
urday afternoon of neuralgia of
the heart, after only a few days'
illness. He was aged 66 years
and is survived by his second
wife, .one son and a daughter.
Funeral services were held from
his late home Tuesday afternoon
and the remains taken to Yellow
Springs, 0., Wednesday morn
ing for interment 1
The first observation of the
comet in the morning sky shows
that it is disappointingly faint.
Its intrinsic light has evidently
not increased as rapidly as in the
case of some other comets. Un
less there is a change in this re
spect, it will be far from con
spicuous to the naked eye until
the latter part of May, and those
who wish to see it in the morn
ing sky will do well to use field
glasses, and to look for a much
fainter object, with far less of a
tail, than our front page illus
tration of last week showed.
The Mote, Wenrick & Hawkins
grain elevator at the Cincinnati
Northern depot in this city, was
destroyed by fire last Friday af
ternoon The fire started in the
engine room, from a leakage o
gasoline, and had gained, such
headway before discovered that
practically none of the contents
could be saved. About five car
loads of grain was destroyed.
The good work of our fire de
partment saved the gas works
and surrounding property from
catching fire. Their loss is hea
vy and partially covered by in
After the testimony for plain
tiff had been concluded in the
slander suit of Charles E. Hanes
versus Ira Farmer, heard before
Judge Teegarden and a jury last
Thursday, attorney for defense
stated that he would offer no
testimony in behalf of his client.
and asked that the court instruct
the jury to find for the defend
ant, Mr. Farmer. This the court
did and the jury promptly re
turned a verdict in accordance
and were dismissed. The par
ties are both residents of Rich-
and township and Hanes sued
for $3000 damages to his charac
ter, claiming that Farmer pun
ished in front of divers persons
that he (Hanes) would not pay
; debts, &c, and that he
(Farmer) would not trust him
or any sum, &c.
C AST O R I A
Young women of eighteen years
and over. Work light and clean .
Good wages and comfortable ho
tel accommodations close to the
actory. Address the Peters Car
tridge Company, King's Mills,
Hannah Wenger, daughter of
William and Elizabeth Oswalt,
was born near uermaniown,
Montgomery Co., Ohio, on Nov,
1830. She, with her parents,
moved to Darke Co., Ohio, in the
year of 1833, where she resided
until her death.
August 9, 1859, she united in
holy wedlock with Ezra Wenger.
To this union were born four
children three daughters and
one son. The nusDana ana one
daughter have preceded her to
the other shore. The husband
died September 1, 1864, the
daughter died September 13,
m, , 1 1 J
She united with the United
Brethren church in her girlhood
days, one atienaea cnurcn aim
Sunday school as long as her
. . 1 1 .1 1 I
She died April 13, 1910, at the
home of her daughter. Elizabeth
Harding, near Carnahan, Darke
CO., Ohio, 01 dropsy, aiier two
. . - - . i 1
months of sickness, which she
bore with patience. She was
ready and willing to go. Aged
78 years, 4 months, 5 days. She
leaves two daughters, one son,
fifteen grandchildren, four great
grandchildren, two sisters, one
brother, and a host of friends to
mourn their loss.
We would not grieve that thou hast
Our mother to the sky;
We would not call her back to earth
To suffer and to die.
But, oh, may we so faithful prove,
That when our time snail come;
We may meet her with the loved
1 n Father's house, at home.
; Funeral services were held at
Nashville U. B. church on April
15, 1910, at 10:30 a.m by Rev.
W. K. Albright Interment in
20th Century ideas in clothes
at The Pbogeess.
Impossible to be Well
It is impossible to be well, simply impossible, if the
bowels are constipated. You must pay attention to the
laws of nature, c: suffer the consequences. Undigested
material, waste products, poisonous substances, must be I
removed irom me rouy at least once cacn uay, or mere
will be trouble. A sluggish liver is responsible for an
immense amount of suffering and serious disease. Ask
vour doctor about Averts Pills. He knov:.; v.-'-v rrt
directly on the liver. Trust
EX U. S. EXAMINING SURGEON
Specialist lor fhs Treatment and Cure of all Long-Standing and Difficult Chronic Dis
eases and Diseases of Ike Blood and Nervous System.
Will meet bia patients in this county every month for the next year.and mm imlnt
all afllictod fit. Office. Columbus. Ohio.
Dr. Kutchie has been visiting this County every lour weeks (or fifteen years.
This well known sperfallst in the treatment and cure of difficult chronic dis
eases will give all the a Hi ic ted an opportunity to consult him tree of charge and se
cure the latest and best treatment (or such diseases as the regular family physi
cian is not prepared to treat.
By seeing the Doctor the expense and trouble of visiting the city and going to a
Hospital may be avoided.
The Doctor treats no acute diseases, bnt makes a specialty of chronic and long
standing diseases. Cases given up by other Doctors and pronounced incurable he
most desires to see. He has treated successfully many cases in Ohio in the last
lifteen years that had been given up at incurable.
The Doctor is surrounded with a line collection of instruments for examining
and treating all chronic diseasesof the Head. Face. Eye. Ear. Throat. Heart. I.ungs.
Stomach, l.iver. Kidneys. Bladder. Skin, Brain and Nervous System. Cancers. Tu
mors. Piles. Swellings. Old Sores. Fits. Paralysis. Neuralgia. Rheumatism. Dropsy.
iont. Sick Headache. Debility. Depression of Spirits, Diseasesof Children. Heredi
tary Diseases, etc.. and. in fact, all long standing and chronic dis
eases. All surgical operations performed.
He adopted the following plan, which is peculiar to large hospitals, viz: hecare
f'llly notes the symptoms of the patient and ascertains the condition of the inter
nal oreans, all of which he carefully records In his register for future reference In
this way he ascertains the true nature of the disease and its cause. When sick
people consult him. be readily tells them whether he can cure or help then or
whether they are beyond hope.
HIS IMPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT
Arc mild and pleasant, agree perfectly with the most delicate Lady or Child, do
not reduce strength; can be used while at work and give the greatest possible bene
fit in the shortest possible time. Patients can consult him or communicate with
him as often as they choose, during the whole time required for the treatment
without extra charge, thus rendering the treatment as successful and satisfactory
as though they were living next door.
DISEASES Or WOMEN,
Such as have baffled the skill of other physicians and remedies. Dr. Eutchin
quickly cures Canceri. Tumors, Fibroid and Polypoid Growths, cared without
the use of the knife. No cutting, no pain, no danger.
A LIFE OF EXPERIENCE
The Doctor has had a whole lif of study and experience in his profession
and enjoys advantages which fall to the lot of but few. After attending his full
courses in the Medical Colleges, and graduating with the highest
honors, he was not content to stop there, but has since attended other Col leges
and several times reviewed the whole profession: has also traveled extensively for
the purpose of improvement, having visited the best Medical Colleges. Hospitals
Dispensaries. Eye. Ear, Lung and other Medical and Surgical Institutions of
Europe, improving every advantage within his command, and devoting the best
years of his life to become thoroughly familiar with his profession in all its
There are many diseases which physicians in common practice do not usually
treat, such cases are the Doctor's specialties.
Art You Afflicted T Your case may now be perfectly curable, but re
member, every moment of neglect brings you nearer its incurable stages, when
perhaps, the most skillful physician can render you no assistance. The present is
ours, the future may be Too Late.
Free Examination of the Urine. Each person applying for medi
cal treatment should send or bring 2 to 4 ounces of urine, which will receive a care
- Cases and correspondence confidential. Treatment sent C. O. D to any
purl of the I ni ted States. Correspondence with invalids solicited. All letters
with stamps enclosed answered free.
Call and be examined and at least learn the cause of your disease, and if it can
be cured. Tape Worms removed in from three to five hours without starva
tion. The remedies for the whole course of treatment are furnished from the
' mice all at once or by the month.
COXSDLTBTIOX, EIBiTIXHTIOH JHD
OFFICE HOI KS S a.m. to p.m.
Notice for Parole.
VTOTICE 13 HEREBY given that Walter
l Smith, a prisoner now confined in
the Ohio Stale Reformatory, i entitled, un
der the law and rules governing paroles
from said institution, to recoiunieuuaiion
to the Board of Managers by theSr.perinten-
? , pa!"la " wcrlby r e"sil,era"
I cl.l .nnlinniinn twt far liPArine on
l ana alter may i'"
J LARK, Chief Clerk.
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0DTICE FBEE TO ILL AT THE
Timrsflay, May 5
I'leaae rail in the FOKF..OOX.
lu the Court of Common Fleas, Darke Coun
Kstell Smith, Plaintiff,
Harley Smith, Defendant.
Hnrley Smith, whose place or residence
and posiollice address ix No. lWk" Marion Av
enue, I he city of Marion and Stte of Indi
ana, will take notice that on the 191 h day of
March, A. D. Will, in the Court of Common
Plena of Darke county. Ohio, where the ac
tion in now pendlne, being cause No. 19,214,
the underpinned, Ks'ell Smith, filed her pe
tition against laid Harley Bni'h, praying
for di voice from him and the restoration of
her former name of Katell Hxrman.
Tht the grounds charged in said petition
for divorce are gioia neglect of duly and
The said Harley Smith is required to ans
wer the petition in said set ion uot later
than six weeks after the 21th dav of March,
A, I). lltl Ihedsteof the first publication
of this notice, or on or before Mav 5, 1910, or
such divorce and relief may be granted.
KS1ELL SMITH, l'lslntifl.
Trainor A Trainor, Her Attorneys.
Mar. 21, HUuwd
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