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RICHMOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1901
Richmond Palladium TUESDAY. NOV. 12. 1901. Indiana and Onto Weather CTABHi.fOTcm, D. . C. Nov. 12 7r Indiana Fair tODiht and Wednesday, cooler tonight, warmer in tbe west Wednesday. For Obio--Fair, colder tonight, Wednesday fair. LOCAL MENTION. There was no police court today. Ddbrk glasses for the sua. Iliaar's Spectacles. ' correctly fitted at Haner's. Kernels of wheat the queen break fast food. oct9dtf I. N. Lamb went to Cincinnati this morning. Doi't mi9s the Burlesque show Thursday night. Thomas Logan went to Indianapo lis this morning. Mrs Dr. Haughton went to Indi anapolis this morning. TLeo. Woodhurst is at Cincinnati today on a real estate trade. Parle Gipe and Grover Piper of Etst German town are in town today. Mrs. H. C.;3wafford of Muncie ar rived this manning to visit Mr. L. C. Hoover. v Miss Florence Haines of Easthaven went to Eaton this morning for a visit to friends. Arthur T. Ballenger of -Green township announces that he will jje a candidate for sheriff. :- Watson's Big Burlesque show at the Phillips Thursday night. Lvi Brown has the place vacated tv Will Rowlett in the pattern room at the F. fc N. works. Miss Nellie Mawhood left this Tiioming for Asheville, N. C. for the benefit of her health. Th Rev. Geo. Hill returned from Cambridge City this morning where he was on business for several days. Sale bills posted up announce the sale ol Charley Taylor, on the 21st, on his farm between Fountain City acd Webster. Earl Widup was able to be at his oftice yesterday for a little while, but is not yet sufficiently recovered to be able to attend to business. ; Travel is still light on the rail roads. Many drummers came in to day, more than for a week past, but not the usual number of them at that. The Hey. E. O. ElHs delivers an address on temperance at a confer ence at Clear Springs Friends' church near Knightstown on Friday afternoon next. Thirty people includinga first class vaudeville entertainment and chorus of pretty maidens. Dr. J, , Taylor and daughter, Julia, went to Utica, N.J Y., this nomine to attend the funeral of Mrs Taylor's father, Mr. Snell. Mrs. Taylor is already there, and was there at the time of Mr. Snell's death. A man from Bowling Green, O., -was in the city this morning looking over the field with a view to intro ducing a new line of artistic manu facturing here, being mirrors and etched glass work. His intention was to locate here if he received proper encouragement, but when last -seen he was discouraged and prob ably left the city. The boom which the transfer busi ness has taken iu the past two weeks since Turner went into the business again has made Richmond to have about the best iacilities in that line in the state, and travelling men all remark it. Green has just come on the street with a new rubber tired 'bus that is a beauty and a sight to see. At both depots at the arrival of trains the number of really fins carriages and 'busses give the town a very metropolitan appearance. The manner in which outside ter ritory is being thrown open to us by the traction lines is a frequent sub ject of conversation. One of the un expected things, however, is the in vasion of this market by outside dealers. Dunbar, the Centerville grocer, is selling lots of goods here and sending them over on the street cars. The traction company are fig uring. too, on a sort of club house and theatre at Centerville for next season at which plays will be given on certain nights of the week. They do not expect to try to run a theatre -every night as was tried last season. In several of our churches tbe ladies have been removing their hats during the services, and at the even ing services it has been the custom for many of the ladies to come with out anv hat or bonnet. Now that the cold weather is here and ladies" head gear is to be even more large and heavy during the winter, and they still" can not come with bare heads, the matter is being discussed. "The fact that the church floors are main lv flat makes a lady's big hat even more obstructive than it would be in a theater where the floor is in ctined. The same point is being agi tated at Indianapolis and other towns around us. At Anderson where Mrs. Governor Durbin resides and attends the Presbyterian church, that lady has announced that white she would not wear a large hat or bonnett to church she does not con sider it proper that a lady should sit through a service without anything on her head and she will not do it. This was in reply to the annource ment of the minister that he should request the removal of bafts and bon nets after the Sunday just past.- -'November's as Dleasant as Mav All sing. ... Richmond lodge of Masons have work la the first degree tonight. Uruce Miller is in Illinois this week introducing his tire extinguisher. . Charley Swain was at Winchester yetc-day Inspecting the rural routes there. S. G.Snyder and wife of Lafay ette are visiting J. C. Horrell and family. Jeff Meyers will start up in busi ness again on north iiinth street next week. Ed ; Harris, who was recently de clared insane, has been admitted to the asylum. , The board of control of Easthaven met yesterday and let the usual monthly contracts. - Born, to James M. and Lillian Le Fevre , Martin, 310 north fifteenth street, a son, first child. At Grace M. E. church Wednesday evening from 5:30 to 7:30 a chicken dinner with dumplingsS:c. will be served. Richmond lodge of Odd Fellows had work on thiee candidates last night and there was a very large at tendance. The Ladies Penny club will have a call meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kate Ayler, 502 Main street. Mrs. Harm Carrington of New Richmond, O., arrived this morning on a visit to her father, Arthur Brown, who is very ill. Aft the meeting of the Druids last evening two candidates were ini tiated and the applications of three others were accepted by ballot. Miss Turpen has a dramatic voice brimful of temperament, of good range, and unusual purity. Hear her tomorrow night at Pythian temple. Mrs. Levi Williams of El wood, who was visiting friends here, returned home today, accompanied by Mrs. M. Dennis, who will spend the bal ance of the week there. The Artist Recital of the Musical club tomorrow night at the Pythian temple promises to be a rare treat. Come and hear Miss Geyer and Miss Turpen. . Josh Hunt was at Winchester yes terday. He has been in the hickory nut market this fall, buying all the nuts in sight, and has made a neat little sum thus far. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Whitewater Monthly meet ing of Friends will meet at the home of Mrs. Timothv Nicholson, 132 south ninth street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:15 p. m. The Mrs. Rebecca Johnson, who died at Seymour and was buried Sun day afternoon, was the wife of Daniel Johnson, a brother of Calvin and Samuel Johnson, once the best known printers in this part of the state. ' Id the regular chapel exercises at high school vesterday orations were delivered as follows: Life in Mexico, Gordon Grave; Cultivation, of the Sunflower. Martha Sloan; Farm Life, India Smelser; A Trip to Niagara, Lucille Mayr. Every one should hear Miss Julia Geyer tomorrow night at the Pyth ian temple. "Miss Geyr takes every one by surprise by her admira ble playing. It was a delightful mu sical treat to hear her." The Queen, London, England. Lodge work is heavy in this city this fall. It is usual for the lodges to have much initiatory work at the beginning of winter but this winter seems to be a record breaker in that line. Not a lodge in the citv but has from one to a dozen candidates to initiate at each meeting. The flats which Walls fe Harris are getting out of the old Christian church are a surprise to everybody. They are putting on the imitation stone finish on the outside which is becoming so popular here, and rear ranging the interior in modern fash ion so that four families can live there two families above and two below. Sternberg, the young German who is thought to be wealthy and who is unquestionably off his normal con dition of gray matter, is still in the county jail and improving somewhat, though his mind is still affected. His people, who were written to by the German consul at Cincinnati through the efforts of Mr. Zeyen, have made no reply as yet but will be heard from by the last of the week no doubt. "Miss Julia Geyer plays with ex cellent intelligence, with good tone, finished phrasing and a warm color." New York Times. Guy Middleton has secured a posi tion at Indianapolis which he will take as soon as his health will per mit. He plays the flute at the Eng lish opera house and will be able to stand the work as he has but eight performances a week at the most, and pirt of the time less than that. Thev never have more than two matinees a week at tbat house. -He gets a See salary. Good fiute play- Cleans and polishes the house from kitchen to parlor, pots to statuan, paint to mirrors. Royal Baking Powder has not its counterpart at home or abroad. Its qualities, which make the bread more health ful and the cake of finer appearance and flavor, are peculiar to itself and are not constituent in any other leav ening agent. ers for orchestra work are scarce and hard to get and draw about as good salaries as leaders on that account. J In ci-cuit court this morning a di vorce was granted Caroline Jackson from Alonzo Jackson. The meeting of the W. F. M. S. of the Friends church has been post- Lponed one week on account of the death of Mrs. Chapman ol r.arinam college. The officers of the American Win dow Glass company passed through this afternoon in a special train on their way east after inspecting their properties in this state. Mr. and Mrs. James Martin are happy today over the safe arrival of an eight-pound baby boy. Mrs. Mar tin was with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. LeFevre, north fifteenth street. E. H. Wright of Belle vue, O., is visiting J. C. Horrel. He was a son-in-law of the late William C. Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Wright celebrated their golden wedding last summer, . at which the venerable Mr. Bond was present. Seldom that a father lives to be present at his daughter's golden wedding. , Ed Dal bey has his samples now, fully, for his line of calendars, of which be makes a specialty at this part of the year. The calendar as an advertising medium has become a recognized necessity. Mr. Dalbey's productions in this line are famous for their beauty and appropriateness as well as their cheapness. We learned in a quiet way today that there is every prospect of one of the most prominent men in this government coming here for one evening during the state Y. M. C. A.. convention here. An invitation has been extended and conditionally ac cepted. Further particulars will be given tomorrow. The tendency of the Pennsylvania railroad company is to encourage temperance among 'their employee, and it has been fostered to an extent to make it noticeable all over their system. On that account attempts are making to have some of their officials send some of their head men here during the temperance meetings next week and with excellent pros pects. A Washington dispatch of yester day states that: "President and Mrs. Roosevelt entertained at dinner James B. Sheffield, Ansleyfc"ilcox,of Buffalo, at whose house the President took his oath of office, President John R. Proctor, of the civil service commission, and Mrs. Proctor, and W. D. Foulke, of Indiana, the newly appointed civil service commissioner, and Miss Foulke." The club of Bumpernickles from Muncie came down Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Renk, and also to help celebrate Mr. Renk's birthday anniversary. They bi ought with them a nice present. The afternoon was spent in taking a drive over the city. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Phil StautT, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pfitzner, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kicks, Mrs. Groundheit, Muncie; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Zutttrmeister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peer, Mildred Stauff, Pauline Ricks and ThelcfcJ Zuttermeister. M DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Ledbetter Elijah Led better was born in Wayne county, Indiana, on the 11th day of May, 1834, and died ic Winchester, Indiana, on the ith day of November, 1301, at the age of 67 years, 6 months and 3 days. His father and mother came to Wayne county seventy years ago. and settled on a farm southwest of Economy. They came from Guilford county, North Carolina, and were strict mem bers of the old-time Friends church, the mother being a sister of Barry j Coffin and others of the noted family of Friends. Street cider. Hadley Bros. Special Meeting of Wayne County Council. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial meetic g of t ae V ayne Co. Council ; will Ko holi-i at thA rif.i-A nf th ni'.rii- ! tor of Wayne county, Ind , at 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday, Nov. 19,1901. Alex S. Keid. Auditor Wayne Co. Town Burned. ".. Cumberland. Md., Nov. 12 -miaing town of Thomas. W. Va The on tVia Wt Virmnio Pontral ' .tr Tite burg railway, was almost destroyed by fire early today, which started in the Gersberger hotel. Twenty busi ness houses and seventy dwellings burned. The homcle&o have been sheltered in box cars. The Washington club will meet at the home of Mrs. John Bayer. 138 south eighth street, tomorrow after noon at 2 o'clock. "Some years ago while at Martins burg, W. Va., I was taken with cholera morbus, which v as followed bv diarrhoea. The doctor's medicine did me no good. I was advised to get a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I did, and it cured me sound and well." G. A. Morris, Embree ville, Pa. Sold by A. G. Luken & Co. and W. H.Sudhoff & Co. Pumpkins. Hartley Bros. WEBSTER. Abner Harvey has "a very sick child, with peritonitis, and is still in a critical condition. James Borton, who has been at In dianapolis for some time, is spend ing a few days at home with his parents in this place. The creamery is now making about 200 pounds of butter a day. The distemper has been very critical among the horses in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. ulorton McMahan and family took djr ner at John Men denhall's lst Sunpay. Charley King ras put up a new wind pump. Mr! Susan Irwin put up one two weekago. ,It seems as though wind pursue have come to be a necessity instetv of a luxury. Rev. Harter n-4ached an interest ing sermon at thwl. E church last Sunday afternoon! The shredding is pretty well done in this vicinity. Every farmer is uneasy about his hogs on account of the hog cholera being so near. Heiskell's Ointment Heals the Skin. Ptot. ft on atabbora nn of pimple., eczema tUw, .rr.iP.lM, nicer., or any eruption. Tb. ear. is perm.Dnt. M emit. box. .t dracffiett or bjr m.iL, poetpeio'. Buk ap it. food work nth HeiekeU'e Medicated Soap. a cent. JOHKHTOX, MLUW1T Jk OH, ell Ceinireo BU, Philadelphia. f will never cea giving praise fe what Helskell'e Ointment ha done for ma." Mrs. G.C. 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