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TITE RICHrONT) PALLADIUM AND StTN'-TEljEGTt A3I, WEDXESDAT APRIL 13, 1X3.
PACE SIX
V
A NEW CONDITION
More Boys in - Whitewater
Graduating Class Than
Girls This Year.
COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM.
Tore boys are members of the grad
uating classes of the high and common
school branches at Whitewater this
year than girls. This condition is re
garded as very unusual. It happens
frequently that twice as many girls
graduate in one class as boys. In the
high school class there are six boys
and one girl, and in the common school
there are eight toys and two girls. The
work of the year has been unusually
successful.
Six of the seven members of the high
school class have taken the teachers'
examinations and expect to become in
structors. One member of the class
will enter Purdue university for a
course in mechanical engineering. The
school attendance was very regular
and above the usual average.
The following is the program for the
commencement exercises Friday even
ing: Music.
Invocation Rev. J. R. Wade.
"Slav, Celt or Saxon" Kenneth
Jlerle Barton.
Recitation Rettie-Marshall.
"The Industrial Ages" Raymond
Earle Richards.
Music.
"The Elizabethian Age of English
Literature" Clyde Chloe Madison.
Solo Edna Richards.
"First Days in the New World" Ol
lis Wilber Shaffer.
Music.
Class Address Rev. Aaron Worth.
Presentation of diplomas Chas W.
Jordan.
Benediction.
ECONOMY, IND.
Economy, Ind., April 15. Mrs. Ema
y Jeffries, of Rich Square was visiting
the Hiatts Monday.
Claud Swaim and Deck Haxton
were in Winchester Monday.
Isaac King was here on business
Monday.
The Modoc lineman was here Mon
day. The Misses Myrtle and Gail Haxton
are clerking in the Haxton grocery.
Mrs. and Mrs. Cal Smith of Carlos
City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Stanley.
Mrs. Nellie Fenimorc and son How
ard are visiting the Fenimores this
week.
Oliver Knode and Mrs. Ballenger of
Richmond were Quests of Mr. and
Mrs. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fraiser visit
ed recently in Fountain City.
Miss Iola Martin has returned to
Williamsburg after a short visit with
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lamb.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Massy returned to
Richmond Sunday evening.
Mrs. Cxiila Jessup and daughters
Nellie Jones and Mary Jessup were
guests of Mrs. Lue Fenimore Monday.
Charley Williams of Muncie was
here buying horses, Monday.
Mrs. Carrie Jackson is suffering
with throat trouble.
Farmers are up with the lark these
fine spring mornings and hundreds of
acres of oats will be sown this week
if the weather remains favorable.
Allen Oler of near Cranor's school
house was here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Jackson of near
Sugar Grove were visitors of the Jack
eons' recently.
Mrs. Aseneth Osborn and Mrs. Jen
nie Scantland, attended the funeral of
Larken Chamness at Nettle Creek
Monday.
Mrs. Maude Williams of Muncie vis
ited Dr. J. B. and Mrs. Clark Monday.
Charley Clyd and Bennie Franklin
were Kelso MendenhalTs visitors Sun
day. The Stanley girls were in town Mon
day evening.
Ray Daugherty a milk hauler for
the Economy creamery met with bad
luck on his return trip Monday. His
wagon was upset and 50 gallons of
milk were spilled.
There was a surprise on Ulysess
Waning Sunday. Those present were
Pain
Weakens
Headache, rheumatism,
neuralgia, or pains of any
nature weaken the sys
temthey are a strain up
Dn the nerves. Almost
instant relief can be ob
tained by taking Dr. Miles
'Anti-Pain Pills, and with
out any bad after-effects.
ETake one on first indica
tion of an attack it will
ward it off. They are a
pleasant little tablet, sold
by druggists everywhere,
25 doses 25 cents;
never sold in bulk.
"I was subject to constant head
aches for a period of four vears. At
times I -was almost unfitted for the
ork !n which X am engaged, that of
station anent. Through the advice
ff a friend I tried rr. Miles' Antl-
?"ain Kills, and the result has been
hat I have entirrlv eradicated my
system of thosa continuous headaches
that follow a continual mental strain.
They have, done, for mo all that Is
claimed for them."
O. L. RUSSELL,
Art C. & N. W. Ry., Battle Creek. Ia,
"I have used Dr. Miles' Anti-fain
Fills for a year now for neuralgia
find find there Is nothing like them.
They surely have been a blessing- to
me." MRS. M. J. HAMILTON.
Upper Alton, Ills.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Antl
Paln Pills, and ws authorize him to
return the price of first package (only)
If It falls to benefit you.
, Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cain and children,
Mt. and Mrs. Edgar Maning and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Hurlin Wilson and
children, Mr. and Mrs. John Maning
and children. Mr. and Mrs. Tot Cra
nor and daughter Carrie, Paul Cain
and Gail Haxton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hunnicutt visited
in Henry county.
Prof, and Mrs. Moore have gone to
their home near Indianapolis.
W. B. Williams was in Richmond
recently.
Miss Mabel Hunnicutt entertained
the Misses Myrtle Haxton, Elizabeth
Stanley and Hulda Haxton recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stanley of India
napolis attended the commencement
here and were guests of the Stanleys.'
Mr. and Mrs. Levi W. Stamm at
tended the annual Dunkard meeting
near Hagerstown.
Mrs. Emma Hiatt spent Sunday in
Richmond.
The M. E. Aid society will have a
market in ojeration each day this
week and Saturday, April 18, tnere
will be a social held by the society
at the M. E. church parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Fenimore and
son Howard of Muncie were guests of
W. L. Fenimore and family.
Lewis Chamness has arrived from
Muncie.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lamb of Rich
mond were guests of William Lamb
and family recently.
Dan Harris was at Blountsville.
Mrs. Inda Ballenger of Richmond
visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Cook recently.
Ab Fraiser has arrived from a s'.iort
visit in Richmond.
Everson Atkinson of Losantsville
visited here recently.
Mrs. Jennie Thornburg spent Sun
day here with Mrs. Louie Albertson
and returned to Richmond en the ev
ening train.
Recent visitors at the Edwards
home were Hiatt and Hawkins of
Richmond, Miller Xewcom and Dingle
bert of Hagerstown, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Swain and daughter Mildred, Charles
Cole, Cal Fenimore, John Mills, Rufus
Williams and George Mosey of Greens
fork. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle enter
tained company rfom Hagerstown re
cently. Mrs. Jennie Bowman of Richmond
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Bowman.
STRAUGHN, IND.
Straughn, Ind., April 13. Cassius
Jenkins a. id family of Columbus, O.,
have returned home after having
spent two weeks with home folks.
W. L. Charles has gone to Hamil
ton, O.
Miss Mabel Burnett of Indianapolis
was the guest of her cousin. Miss Eth
el Sullivan and other relatives recent
ly. Will Gauker and family of Con
nersviiie, were the guests of home
folks recently.
Albert Lamberson was in Rich
mond recently.
Mrs. Anna Cox, daughter Hazel, and
son, W'ilbur, of Rushville, Ind., are
visiting their parents.
Miss Borgia Haskett was home
from Earlham on a short visit.
A. A. Roush ras gone to visit rela
tives and friends at Logansport and
other places.
Mrs. Laura Heeck died at her home
near BentonvIIle, April 10th. The
funeral was held at Bentonville, April
12th conducted by Rev. Heoffer of
Richmond, pastor of Straughn Chris
tian church, of which she was a mem
ber. The burial was at Bentonville.
Ben Lamberson and family of El
wood were called to Straughn Satur
day by the death of his sister, Mrs.
Laura Heeck.
Mrs. Ella Hageman and children
have returned after having spent a
few days with home folks at New J
Madison, O.
Mrs. Lide Benjamin and son, Den
zel, who have been staying a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Pearl
Kinder at Greenfield, Ind., have re
turned home.
CHAS. H. FELTMAN
P
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The
JUST
WrigHT
5hoE
STUNNING EASTER FOOTWEAR
Tans of the just correct shades and shapes and beautiful Blacks in all leathers. Pumps, Oxfords and Gibson Tics.
FOR WOIVIEIM
Tan Low Shoes, also Pumps and Sailor Ties in the light or dark shades
turns or welts a magnificent assortment to choose from. We can please
the most particular and careful dressers. We carry AA to E in widths and
the makes we carry combine comfort with style.
Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords
A NEW SAILOR TIE in Tan Calf, at
the low price of $2 a pair. A real
nobby shoe with lots of style. Also
in Patent.
FELTMAN'S TRAMP LAST, Patent
Colt Blucher, Vici Kid Blucher, low
and high shoes, are dark kid and
tan, only $3 a pair.
BOLTON'S EASY SHOES for ladies
are here in both low and high cuts,
$3 and $3.50, a few at $4.
FELTMAN'S HONEST VALUE SHOE
for women. Button, Patent Tip,
Lace, Blucher, heavy or single sole,
the best shoe ever eold at $2.
FOR MEN
We have the best Low S! -in ea
that will please the young men, in dul
or blucher, also buckles, the extreme
to choose from and a fit assured.
rth in the handsomest styles a shoe
I calf, tan or patent colt skin, button
narrow or swing lasts. A splendid lot
Men's Shoes and Oxfords
FELTMAN'S SPECIAL $2.50 SHOE
for men. The Best on earth for the
price. Over 2.500 pairs sold the past
year. All leathers, button or lace.
HANAN $6 SHOES FOR MEN.
MCDONNELL & WILE $5 SHOE
They're great. Come in and take a
look.
FELTMAN'S SUNNY JIM LAST, the
real young man's shoe. Oxfords in
tan and button calf, made on this
great last. Notice it in our window.
Per pair, $4.00.
Store Open
Wednesday Eve'g
CHAS. H. FELTMAN, 724 Main Street
iproclty day, and all woman's organi
zations, including churches, lodges,
and clubs were invited to participate.
The sessions were held in the Central
Christian church.
CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND.
Cambridge City, Ind.. April 15. Miss
Grace Pennyfather has returned from
Crawfordsville, where she attended the
funeral of an aunt.
Mrs. Brown's millinery rooms have
been much improved by the addition of
electric lights.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Nesbit, from
rorth of the city, spent Sunday with
Elihu Mills and family.
Mr. Whitsell of the Wulschner Piano
Co., was in the city on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Gilbert, and
children of Hopewell, and Dr. Charlea
Wilson and wife, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Wilson on last
Sabbath.
Rev. Joe Garvin filled the pulpit in
one of the Indianapolis churches on
last Sabbath.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ohmit entertained
Mr. and Mrs. George Martz, and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Storch on last Sabbath.
Mrs. Lyda Stonecipher has been the
gvest of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Inger-man.
Mrs. Bennet Weaver of Hagerstown.
is spending a few days with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ora Wheeler.
Mrs. Will Ballenger. and children,
of Flint. Mich., arrived last night,
called here by the serious illness of the
formers mother. Mrs. Silas Wheeler.
Thirty members of the Rebecca lodge
from this city visited the Dublin lodge
on Tuesday night.
Charles Pevor of Connersville. was
in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Israel Morrey. who has been in
ill health for some time, went to Mar
tinsville Monday morning to take treat
ment. The Ezra Hill property cn East Main
street, is tmdergoing repairs. A new
veranda, roof and other improvements
r.re being made.
Mrs. Ada Dennis spent Wednesday in
Richmond.
Mrs. Virginia Meredith, Mrs. Louisa
Boyd, and Mrs. J. T. Reese received in
Mr. J. X. Pennell of Tipton, superin
ttndent of bridges on the L. E. and
W. road, was in the city on Tuesday.
The j. E. & W. is making extensive
improvements all along the line,
vital ions to attend the Cary Club at
1 Connersville on Tuesday. It was rec-
HAGERSTOWN. IND.
Hagerstown. Ind., April 5. Miss
Belle Savoy made a business trip to
Indianapolis Monday.
Miss Jessie Newcom spent Monday
night and Tuesday at Richmond.
Miss Anna Ripner of Spiceland is
spending a few days with Mrs. John
Harris.
The I. O. O. F. order will celebrate
the 87th anniversary of Odd Fellow
ship by attending church in a body, ac
companied the sister organization,
Daughters of Rebekah, April 115. Rev.
J. P. Barrett will deliver the address
at the Christian church. In late years
the order here has given a banquet to
the families and guests of the members
?nd which was looked forward to by
&11 from year to year.
Among those at Richmond Monday
were Miss Katharine Gohring and
Mrs. Frank Hoover.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Sells have com
pleted moving to their newly purchas
ed home near Fancy Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Teetor were at
Buckcreek recently to visit Mr. Teet
er's mother, who is very poorly.
Mrs. Elizabeth Winnings will be
hostess for the Ladies' Progressive
club at her home on North Elm street
Wednesday afternoon.
Misses Minnie and Edith Weber en
tertained several of their young
friends at a dinner party Sunday.
Mr. T. T. Sells resigned from the city
council last evening, owing to the fact
that he had removed from the corpor
ate limits of Hagerstown. Mr. Ralph
Worl, junior member of the firm of
J." M. Worl & Son, was elected to fill
out the unexpired term.
Frank Pitts of Salisburg. North. Car
olina, who has been visiting his moth
er here, is now employed at Stahr &
Erowder's as tinner.
Mr. Clouds remained over Sunday and
Mrs. Clouds will continue her visit for
a longer period.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wellenkamp and
baby Mildred of Richmond, spent Sun
day with George Murley and family.
Mr. and Mrs. H. U Jones entertained
at dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hurst.
Mrs. Alice H. Gresh entertained for
dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Hurst, Mr. Elijah Hurst, Norma and
Howard Hurst.
Inez Doddridge was home from Earl
ham college over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Heck were at
Bentonville, Sunday to attend the fu
neral of Mrs. Walter Heck.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Bishop are in Un
ion county looking after their recently
purchased farm.
Mr. and Mrs. George Beeson and
children of Connersville spent Sunday
with Mrs. E. B. Hoffman and family.
J. L. Gresh was home from Indianapolis.
OLIVE HILL, IND.
Olive Hill, Ind., April 13 Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Culbertson entertained Mrs.
Lyde Brunton, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Potter of Richmond. Mrs. Lettie
Cheesman of Centerville, and Kate
Horney and daughter Mary, from this
place.
George Armstrong and wife enter
tained Mr. Charles Hanes and family
from near Richmond, and James Bus
by and wife.
Miss Lillian Warn is -visiting in
Muncie for a few weeks.
Lemuel McNutt and wife visited
near Fountain City.
Mrs. Pearl Conny who has been
living with her sister, Mrs. Futtle for
some weeks, has returned to her home
in Centerville.
Robert Medearis and Burt Tuttle
are building a barn at Centerville for
Joe King.
Mrs. John Jones is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Stigleman.
CENTERVILLE, IND.
Centerville. Ind., April 13. Mrs.
Floyd Brown and children Elizabeth
and Venard of Lead, South Dakota,
came Monday to make an extended vis
it to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dunbar.
M. L. Fender is quite sick with the
grip.
Mrs. George W. Sanders spent Sun
day with her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Wise, residing near Richmond.
Miss Elizabeth Thomas has returned
from a visit to relatives at Indianap
olis. Mrs. Dora Dietrich of Richmond was
the guest of Mrs. Sarah Kersey, the
forepart of the week.
Mr. A. W. Early of Spokane, Wash.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Hurst
and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Cortea H. Jones re
cently entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Albertson of near Greensfork.
Mrs. M. A. Wilson Is spending some
days as the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Frank Price at Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dunbar were Al
bert Kienzle's visitors recently at
Greensfork.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Davis, who have
been living here a short time, will
move back to Richmond this week.
WHITEWATER, IND.
Whitewater, ind., April l.". Joe C. j
Burgess and family and J. P. Cheno
weth and wife, were the guests of W.
J. Curtis and family Sunday.
Albert Anderson has purchased a
arge farm east of Richmond and after
I'ext spring will make that place his
future home.
C. E. Wiley is slowly recovering his
voice, which was badly disjointed at
Shelbyville last week.
Albert Anderson, township trustee is
busy with the enumeration at present.
T. S. Pyle is busily engaged in ar
ranging his spring stock of goods.
Charles L. White spent Monday in
Richmond. m
Chas. Hunt and family were the
guests of Irwin Anderson and family
Sunday.
The young ladies of the M. E. church
are planning a supper for Saturday
evening. April IS. This will be a
rovel affair as everything pertaining
to it will be of an Easter nature. Eggs
in every conceivable form will be serv
ed as well as ice cream and cake. The
public is cordially invited.
ML B. Loper, Dentist,
Of Colonial Building, is temporarily located at
26 South 7th Street.
IT IS SERIOUS
MILTON, IND.
Milton. Ind.. April l.". Dr. Charles
A. Roark returned Friday from a
week's visit to Chicago relatives.
A large number of Milton people at
tended the Wabash College Glee club
entertainment at Cambridge City.
Mrs. P. A. Barns who visited her
daughter. Mrs. W. A. Brumfield. has
returned to her home at Brownsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clouds of In
dianapolis, cam. to Hilton Saturday.
GREENSFORK, IND.
Greensfork, Ind., April 15. Mrs. Mar
aba Bennett of Richmond, is spending
a few- days with relatives here.
George W. Hoover Sr., south of town
Is seriously ill.
Miss Horosia McDivitt has returned
from a short visit in Cambridge City.
Mrs. Lee Reynolds of Hagerstown,
spent Monday here.
Mrs. Janet Buntin has returned to
Richmond after spending a short time
with relatives here.
Ollie Thomas of Richmond was in
town Tuesday.
Miss Hazel Hatfield spent Tuesday at
Hagerstown.
D. W. Harris & Co., took in one thou
sand cases of eggs at their packing
house last week.
Mrs. Boyd Bond and son are guests
of relatives in Richmond.
John Martindale made a business
trip to Centerville Tuesday.
Mrs. John Roller spent Tuesday in
Richmond, the guest of relatives.
Mrs. Jane Hamm has returned from
a several weeks visit with relatives
near East Germantown.
Mr. Burton was in town Monday
making arrangements for moving here.
, 11 vUi Ut a newspaper.
Some Richmond People Fail to Real
ize the Seriousness.
The constant, aching of a bad back,
The weariness, the tired feeling.
The pains and aches of kidney ills
Are serious if neglected.
Dangerous urinary troubles follow.
A Richmond citizen shows you how
to avoid them.
L. F. Cooper of T14 North Thirteenth
St., Richmond, Ind., says: "For two
years there existed sharp pains in my
loins and sides and a continual feel
ing of soreness. It was hard for me
to stoop, lift or bend over and when
I caught cold it always settled in the
kidneys. The secretions were irregu
lar and much too frequent. The medi
cines I used brought me no benefit
until I began taking Doan's Kidney
Pills. I used two boxes of this reme
dy last winter and since then have
been free from all trouble with the
kidneys. I am, therefore, glad to rec
ommend the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Kodaks! Kodaks! Pnoto supplies.
Bom Phones Cameras ! Cameras !
W. II. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main St.
Fresh Garden Seeds
Just Received.
We now have a complete assort
ment and advise our friends to supply
themselves while they can get all the
varieties they will need. These are
Rice's Northern Grown Seeds. Sweet
peas and Nasturtiums in bulk.
Geo. Brehm Co.
Automatic Phone 1747
Open evenings. 517 Main St.
ANOTHER BLOW
TO "MERRY WIDOWS"
Councilmen Think Headgear a
Nuisance.
A Talk on Cake
The best way to avoid the heat,
trouble, chance of failure through in
terruption, lack of weights and
measures, etr., incidental to cake bak
ine. is to order us to bake for you
just the cake you have in mind. Our
ovens hold so much and are in such
constant use that the cost to you per
cake is really less than if you baked
it yourself.
Zwisslcr's
908 Main St
BAKERY and
RESTAURANT
. Pbone 1653.
Another hard blow has been handed
the merry widow headgear by munici
pal authorities. The town council of
Greensburg has passed an ordinance re
quiring milady to remove her head
gear at theaters and all other public
gatherings. The fine in connection
with violation of the ordinance is $50.
The large hats in vogue this spring are
t'irectly responsible for the order as a
number of councilmen became dis
gusted when attending a theatrical per
formance recently and found them
selves unable to see the stage because
of the bats in front of them.
EXD) IT
M(D)W2
Burn Artificial Gas in an
Artificial Gas Range.
Do it now andjwatch
your gas bill.
See the
Richmond Light, Heat & Power Co.
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