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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1908.
PAGE SIX. TIDE TURNING TOWARD WATS Dark Clouds Which Hung Over Republican State Tick et Lifting. STATE STANDS BY HIM. FROM ALL LOCALITIES FAVORA BLE REPORTS ARE BEING HEARD WHICH INDICATE HIS ELECTION NEXT "WEEK. Lafayette, Ind., Oct. 27. That James E. Watson is gaining rapidly and that his Democratic opponent, Mr. Mar shall, is losing In a corresponding de gree Is the message one hears from the political workers In every part of the tate during the closing week of the campaign.' "The tide has started toward Wat eon," is the story that comes from every section of the commonwealth. "it looked pretty bad for the state ticket for a while, but everything is coming our way now," declare the pre cinct workers in many localities. The Watson campaign has left the "doldrums" and is moving rapidly ahead, with a good prospect of anchor ing safely in the gubernatorial harbor one week from today. And, while the reports of gains by Watson are gen eral over the state, it appears that no where else is he maiking greater head way than in the northwestern part. Two weeks ago Mr. Watson's friends were solicitous and the managers of the Democratic state campaign were in correspondingly high feather. The brewers, their allies and coherts had been both noisy and active. The tem perance element of the state had been quiet aid reserved, and there was doubt in ordinarily well-informed quarters whether it would "come across" for Watson. . The later developments of the cam palgn have been very encouraging to Mr. Watson's friends and have largely dispelled the apprehension that existed before the candidates started on the homestretch. Party Behind Watson. The almost universal report, which Bee ma worthy of the highest credence, Is that as the people approach near to the ballot box many Republicans who were talking against Watson on ac count of the temperance issue earlier in the campaign, and who no doubt thought at that time they would vote aeainst him. have decided they will not scratch, but will vote the ticket Ftialght. from alectors down to town ship assessor; T On the other hand, the reports show the temperance people are taking a livelier interest in the campaign, and that in the rural districts temperance Democrats who ordinarily vote their ticket straight are showing a pro nounced Intention to vote for the party that is pledged to keep the coun ty local option law on the statute boks. Had a Close Call. Mrs. Ada L. Croom, the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel, Vaughn, Miss., "says: "For several months I suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me, when a friend recommend ed Dr. King's New Discovery. I be gan taking It, and three bottles effect ed a complete, cure." The fame of this life saving cough and cold reme dy, and lung and throat healer is world wide. Sold at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot tie free. NEW PARIS, OHIO. New Paris, Oct 27. Mrs. Cail Rein heimer is visiting relatives at Earlan ger. Ky. - Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wise of St Jo seph, Mo., are visiting with C. C. Hawley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Campbell and On many Prepare -LL PERFECTION Oil Healer (Equipped with Smokeless Device) and you'll have genial, glowing want it without smoke or smell smokeless de vice prevents turn the wick as high or as low as you like. Easily carried about Brass font holds 4 quarts o! oil hums 9 hours. 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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Levering and daughter attended the funeral of Mrs. Levering's grandfather at Piqua, O., Sunday. Miss Mary Melody who is employed tin the People's Bank at Fountain City, Ind., spent Sunday at home. Mr. Lawrence Hawley spent Sun day at home, after a week's vacation at Chicago, 111. Mr. Lawrence Melody left Monday morning for Norfolk, Va., where he has been stationed for some time in the U. S. Marine Corps. The social given Saturday evening by the teachers' training school was quite a success. Games, music and various contests were the entertain ments of the evening. A royal time was enjoyed by all, there being about sixty present. Mr. William Wrenn returned home from Michigan, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. James Reid and daugh ter Gladys spent Sunday at Lon Mor rison's. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Loucke spent Sunday with Jonathan Gray and family-Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKee spent Sunday with Thomas Brawley and Ol lle Brajidenlmrg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wehrly are en tertaining their cousin, Mrs. A. R. King" of Greenville. Miss Anna Hammar spent Saturday and Sunday with Matilda Rohe at Richmond, Ind. Miss Minnie Campbell of Eaton, spent Monday with C. C. Hawley and family. Rev. C. S. Grauser and family enter tained his father of Dayton, Sunday. Mrs. Spangler of Eaton spent Sun day with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Hol broke. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kilbourne and family spent Sunday in Richmond. Mr. Josiah Jones and Miss Mary O'Toole who have been visiting at Red Key, Ind., returned home Mon day. Mr. Lester Offenbacker spent Satur day and Sunday at his home In Ur bana. Miss Julia and Kate Marriman at tended confirmation services at St. Paul's Episcopal church in Eaton, Monday. Mrs. Alice Dowler and daughter La- dessa spent Sunday with Mrs. Ell Brawley. Miss Nellie Morey of Washington, D. C, came Monday to spend a few days here with relatives and friends. ARE YOU ONLY HALF ALIVE? People with kidney trouble are so weak and exhausted that they are on ly half alive. Foley's Kidney Remedy crakes healthy kidneys, restores lost vitality, and weak delicate people are restored to health. Refuse any but Foley's. A. G. Luken & Co. HAGERSTOWN, IND." Hagerstown, Ind., Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Coate of Dayton, . Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Teeter from Saturday evening until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fouts had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Gilmore and baby of near Sugar Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leonard of Mill ville visited their son Mahlon Leon ard and family, east of town, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hoover enter tained Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brant, Mr and Mrs. Orpha Jones, Mr. and Mrs Hollce Hoover, Misses Nellie Brant and I 'Ha Jones and Frank Brant, Sun day. Mf. and Mrs. Michael Conniff, Mr. and Mrs. John Sells and children were entertained Sunday at the home of Wll Replogle, east of town. Mrs. Minnie Hovelimeir and child- When the Furnace Fails a cold winter morning you will wake to find the tires "out Wh; are you going to do about it shiver at II ? I a I now lor the emergency with heat instantly wherever ill fen spent Sunday with her aunt ne:. Greensfork. Mrs. Lottie Smith is visiting h son. Reed Smith and wife at Winehe ter, who are the proud parents of baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Waltz of Moor land visited at the home of Ed Raff Sunday. Miss India Keys has been confine to her home on South Perry stre with the grip. Mrs. Job Swain of Economy hi been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Newe' Cain. Misses Mae Dilling and Amand Widows attended a German Baptis meeting at Anderson, Sunday. Raymond Knapp was the gue6t r Miss Edna Merrill at Michlgantowi Sunday. George Makew of Ridgeville ha; been the guest of Frank Hawkins. The parcel rush given at the hom of Miss Cora Fouts in honor of Mis Mary Strickler, whose marriage t Harry Rinehart occurs soon, was one of the most successful social event? given recently. Nearly seventy-fiv Invitations were issued. The brlde-tc be is a very popular young woman A two-course lunch was served by the hostesses, Misses Cora Fouts, Faye Moore and Bessie Strickler. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Teeter and son, Herman. Mrs. John Teeter and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Coate of Dayton, Ohio, visited at Abner Bond's near Greens fork, Sunday afternoon. AN HONEST MAN SAVED BY A PHILANTHROPIST. Mr. T. A. Morgan, of Hammond, Ind. had suffered for years with his stom ach and kidneys, and while the great Root Juice scientist was proving the merits of the Root Juice remedy to the people of northern Indiana, Mr. Mor gan purchased six bottles of the Juice and while it was being wrapped up. he said: "If Root Juice cures me I will make the scientist a present of one hundred dollars." A short while ago Mr. Morgan called on he scientist and said that he could eat anything with out the slightest inconvenience and that his kidney trouble was entirely cured. Ho wanted the scientist to take the one hundred dollars, but it was re fused. However, it was agreed to give the money to an orphan asylum. So Root Juice is not only curing the sick, but in this Instance will be the indi rect means of caring for some dead mother's child. Root Juice has proved j its wonderful merits to many people of this point. From the very start it seems to soothe and heal the linings of the stomach and bowels and strength en the liver and kidneys, thereby giv ing nature a chance to, in her own way, throw off the impurities of the bood. It is a wonderful medicine, sold for $1.00 a bottle or three for $2.50, at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IMD. Cambridge City, Oct 27. Mrs. Thomas Francis is in Indianapolis for a few weeks' visit. The Friday Night club have issued invitations to the members to be pres ent at a social meeting to be hold at j the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ault i on Thursday night of thla week. Mrs. Elizabeth Kaldar Martin of Co- lumbus, O., who has been visiting Mrs. Charles Loeb and other members of the Drischel family returned to her home this morning. Mrs. George Hindman is in Indian apolis the guest of her Eon Frank and family. George Boden and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Martz spent Sunday with Dublin friends. Curt Gosnell and Charles Loeb made a trip to Dayton and London, O., Monday. Lawrence Commons, of Centerville, was a Cambridge City visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Drischel, of Rich mond, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dean House. Miss Jessie Whissler is critically 111 at her home in Mount Auburn. Mr. and'Mrs. Frank Herrington, of Greensburg, were Sunday visitors of Robert Hicks and family. Charles Drischel is making a busi- nes trip through the western part of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John! Judkins spent Sunday with friends at Doddridge. Mrs. Charles Myers has been spend ing a few days with friends in Brook ville, O. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gray are enjoying a visit with friends at Indianapolis. Lawrence Butch made a business trip to Cincinnati, Monday. Glenn Scott of Greenfield was calling on Cambridge City friends Sunday. C. B. Lowery of Indianapolis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Diffenduf fer for a few days. Miss Hazel Bertch entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Mabel Hasemier of Richmond, the following young ladies: Carlyle Diffenduffer, Lena Ludlngton, Shiloh and Janette Vanmeter, and Julia Boyd in the after noon other friends joined the company and a pleasant time was enjoyed. Mrs. Charles Bertch was called to the country Sunday on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Mary How ard, who that morning suffered a slight stroke of paralysis. Mrs. George E. Callaway was an In dianapolis visitor last week. Arthur Reece who has been spend lng several weeks at Danville, 111., has returned to his home in this city much improved in health. The Guild of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. John E. Miller on Wednesday afternoon. CENTERVILLE, IND. Centerville, Ind., Oct. 27. The Rev. Leslie Bond, of Earlham College, nreached at the Friends church on Sunday forenoon. There vas a large congregation in attendance. Clark Wilson and family are moving from the cottage adjoining the black smith shop, to the homo he recently purchased from Edward King. Edward King and family are at pres ent residing with Mrs. Leander Rob bins on east Main street Ma ana Uxa. Barer Horl aatfirtailk Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Butler and their i ildren. Rush and Phillis, of Rich ond. Sunday. Mrs. O. M. Hurst is making a visit f two weeks to relatives at Arba. Mrs. Martha Culbertson gave a dln--t Sunday for Mrs. J. W. Hart, of ichita, Kans., Mrs. Maberry Study, i near Chester. Ind., and Mr. A. J. udy of Centerville. Miss Rachel Coffman, of Richmond, as the guest of Miss Kate Frazier, .nday. , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gaffney and hildren, of Youngstown. O.; Mrs. liza Monger, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas ronger and family, and Miss Lizzie Pilgrim, all of the vicinity of Center ille, were the guests at a dinner given y Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey on mday. Miss Jennie O'Melia has returned to chool after recovering from an attack f typhoid fever. Mrs. Mary Dunbar, one of the aged esidents of Centerville is critically ill it the home of her son, Andrew Dunbar. WHITEWATER, IND. Whitewater, Ind., Oct 27. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Curtis spent Saturday even ing and Sunday at the guests of Rich mond friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Glunt were the guests of Nathan Grave and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Chenoweth, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. James Blose, and Mr. and Mrs. Nath an Grave visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Diehl at their home near Richmond, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hunt and son. Gayle, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles White and daughter, Mildred visited Joseph Marshall and family, Sunday. Rev. J. W. Zerbe will preach at the M. E. church next Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Judge Barnard of New Castle, can didate for congress, addressed the vot ers at Laurel Hall, Monday. A large and enthusiastic audience greeted him. Mrs. William Nicholas visited at Greenville, Ohio, recently. Mr. O. B. Butts lost a valuable horse last week. William Bennett and family spent Sunday with relatives near Middle boro. Thos. Smith, precinct committee man, was called to Richmond on offi cial business recently. The last meeting of the Republican club will be held Wednesday evening at the Masonic hall. All members are earnestly requested to attend as much important business must be transacted. The hour of meeting is set for 7:30 o'clock. Well drillers working In the White water school yard have at yet been unable to strike water although the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weyl and chil pipe has been driven into the ground dren took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. 155 feet. A JEWELER'S EXPERIENCE C. R. Kluger, The Jeweler, 1060 Vir ginia Ave., Indianapolis, Ind, writes: "I was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred feet Four bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion, cured my backache and the Irregularities dis appeared, and I can now attend to business every day, and recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers as it cured me after the doctors ana other remedies had failed. A. G. Lu ken & Co. ECONOMY. IND . Tr',vr Tr a rw 97. Mr. and Mrs. Tot Cranor entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank Banks ana aaugnter jen aetta of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peterson of Economy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chamness had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Shafer and children, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wood of Mooreland. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Weyl arrived from Winchester Sunday where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Smith of near carina ctv cava a Hi nTipr Sunday in , r t n n vTiimnr of Snarks. Nevada. Those present were Mr. and v. V - -r " Mrs. Hurlie Lantz and children. Mil dred and Dudley of Hagerstown, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Fenimore and son, Howard of Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fenimore and children Lum, Blanche and Hearld. Miss Lois Blankenshlp of near In dianapolis is the guest of Miss Nellie' Jones this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ol Thornburg are back from Muncie after a short visit here, j Clarence Oler of Williamsburg and Miss Pearl Edwards were guests of Fraisers last night Squire Fraiser spent Saturday and Sunday in Rlqhmond. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hiatt gave a Sunday dinner to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Culbertson and chil dren of Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Underhill and children of Greensfork. Mr. and Mrs. George Thornburg are now home after a brief visit with Muncie relatives. Ora Edwards spent the day In Rich mond on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle and son Charles were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cheesman of West River, Sunday. Lon Edwards was the guest of Joe Lamb Sunday. Miss Martha Weyl was in Winches ter for a short 6tay recently. There was a pleasant. reunion at the home of Mrs. Nannie Pierce Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ben nie Bell of Muncie, Mrs. Hattie Hunt of Detroit Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison and daughter Bernice of Morgan's Chapel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Link Morrison and children, Joe and Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Clark and son Eugene. An Elegant dinner was served and the afternoon was enjoyed with social chats. Next Sunday, November 1, will be "Old Folks Day" at the M. E. church. It will be an all day's meeting and dinner will be eaten in the church basement Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor entertain ed the Misses Edna Hall and Mabel New scorn of Earlham. Ruby Jones, Beasis Taylor. Kola Oler and. MasUr Paul Oler. were Miss The two Earlham girls Oler's guests Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Less Maning had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenstreet, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Maning and children. John Durbin and Miss Martha Weyl, Hobert Durbin and Mrs. Mabel Jack son attended meeting at Carlos City Sunday night Russel Greenstreet arrived home from Richmond Sunday. Sunday was Rally day at the M. E. church. Five people were made mem bers of the church. Jesse Greenstreet left for California today to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. David Bailey of Lynn will leave for Southern California Wednesday where they intend to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Anvel Edwards took ! dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Clyd Oler Sunday. Simpson and Dora Pierce were guests of the Greenstreets Sunday ev- ening. Lewis Weyl Sunday. MILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., Oct 27. Miss Ruby Moore was home from Rushville over Sunday. Mrs. Lydia Trine and Ed. Trine are visiting in Butler count, O. T. M. McClyng is teaching school In Missouri. Mrs. Jesse Fulghum and grand daughter, Emma Louise Fetta, of Richmond, visited the Misses Roberts, Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray on Friday, Oct. 23, a son who has been named Maurice Higham Murray. Lafe Rayl was at Richmond, Sat- uraaj Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wallace are home from their wedding journey. Emerson Booth was at Richmond Saturday. Vernon Branson, who has been visltr ing his parents, Mr. and Mts. Elisha Branson at Beech wood returned to Covington, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Beeeon enter tained a dinner party Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bee- ! son, Mr. and Mts. O. L. Bee son, Mr. ' . , . in TT 1 lure, varies reu, , i Ferguson and Linville-B. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Oanby and daughter Mary, of Richmond, spent Sunday at R. F. Callaway's. Oscar Beeson, of Connersville, was at his aunt's, Mrs. Ella Hoffman, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chase, of East Germantowir, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Bishop. Mrs. Neff, of Columbus, O., continues very low. Miss Nora Campbell was at Frank Murray's East Germantown, Sunday. The Misses Napiers visited Milton friends Sunday. One hundred and fifteen were pres ent at the Christian Sunday school Sunday morning. Mrs. Alice H. Gresh's class, fifteen young men, be ing in attendance, was the banner class. Harry Doty sang a beautiful solo at the Christian church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George Borders, Harry Borders and Miss Muriel Halney spent Sunday at R. R. Brinkleys in eastern part of Washington township. Mr. Brinkley and family will move north of Centerville after the election. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Bishop are at their farm near Liberty. Rev. F. A. Scott preached a fine ser mon Sunday morning on "Of One Ac cord in One Place." He made a strong point on united work on temperance issues. Verne Bragy has accepted a position with the D. It Baldwin company at Cincinnati. Mrs. Edgar P. Jones led a fine en deavor service Sunday evening, the subject being "Missions in Persia." Mrs. Will McNary, of Alexandria, and Mrs. Willis Ellis of Anderson; are Mrs. R. P. Lindsay's guests at Beech wood. Frank Adams and family spent Sun day at Dublin with Mr. and Mrs. James Adams. , Miss Ruby Bright has returned to her home at Point Edwards, Ontario, after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Mar ion Leverton. Mesdames O. Ia Callaway and Edwin Callaway, of Cambridge City, were calling on Milton friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Hicks enter tained a company of relatives at din ner Sunday. Thirty-nine were present Dr. I. F. Sweeney was at Richmond, Monday. Mrs. Will Shafer of Indianapolis, is at the home of Richard Sills. Mrs. L. M. Gentle and Miss Margaret Gentle were at Richmond, Monday. Mrs. Leroy Kimmel is at Centerville visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar cus Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Heath, who had for some days been Frank Callaway's guests returned home Monday. Miss Marshall was at Richmond, Saturday. Miss Gertrude McWhinney of Rlch- mond. is at Mrs. E. P. Jones. Mrt, Benjamin Toms died of nneu- monia Monday afternoon at her home, "Elm Hill," two miles west of Milton. Funeral arrangement not completed. LIBERTY, IND. Liberty, Ind., Oct 27. Miss Edna Coughlin spent Monday in Cincinnati. Mrs. John Stevens Is spending this week in Richmond. Miss Edna Louise Cook of Hunting- , ton, was the guest of her mother over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heiger return ed to their home In Richmond, Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moore of Col lege Corner, were shopping in Liber ty today. Hubert Gregory of Hamilton was the guest of Herbert Fosdick last Sun day. Mrs. Edd Johnson and son, Bennett are home after a pleasant visit with Richmond friends. Mrs. Ellis of Richmond, is visiting at the home of Cliff Bevington and family. Mrs. Thomas Records left Sunday for Terre Haute where she will spend a few weeks visiting with friends. C. W. Osborn of College Corner, was In this city, Monday. H0LLANSBURG, 0. Hollansburg. O., Oct 27. Mrs. Ida Shumaker has gone to' Springfield, O to spend the winter. Mrs. Dr. W. B. Roads returned home Monday evening from a visit to her parents at Hillsboro, O. Paul Ketring of Richmond. Ind., spent Sunday here with Jesse Hoos. Frost Thomas and friend. Miss Four of New Castle, Ind., and Mr. Louis Thompson of Defiance, O., were guests of C. A. Thomas and family Sunday. Miss Inez Chenoweth of Warsaw. Ind., is making an extended visit with her many relatives in this vicinity. Corry White and family spent Sun day with relatives at West Manches ter, O. Mrs. Lacey Mikesell and son Robert have returned to their home at India napolis, Ind., after several days visit with relatives here. Merrill Brandon, superintendent of our high school visited his mother at Ansonia. Sunday. Miss Venetta Hughes spent Sunday with her parents at Yanketown. Mr. and Mrs. George Banks and son. Harley, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C W. Chenoweth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pitman have re turned to their homo at Rapid City. Mich. Mr. Pitman is in very poor health and after consulting a special- Dr. Dowell, Dentist Anybody who knows how to make a Velox Print can successfully use a Brownie Enlarg ing Camera. Three sizes, $2.00, $3.00 and $4, W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main, Richmond. 1,000 CORDS 1,000 wooo HACKMAN, KLEHFOTH & CO. ist at Cincinnati, he returned very much discouraged over hts condition. Mrs. Chester Williams and daugh ters. Mary and Dorothy are spending several days with relatives at White water, Ind. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork, Ind., Oct 27. Mr. and Mrs. Vere Sheffer of Williamsburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Char les Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Asher Chamness of Williamsburg entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Foland. Miss Mattie, John and Fred Bailey Sunday. Mrs. Stiglemart is visiting her daughter at Anderson. Maree Underhill has returned home after attending the funeral of her uncle Mr. Hayworth in Union county. Rev. Bundy filled the pulpit at the Friends church Sunday morning. John Coddington and wife have rented the Mrs. Corbet proierty on North Green street, and will move Into it in the near future. V Mrs. Susan Cain of Winchester Is visiting Wills Cain and family. Mrs. Charles Black and children have returned from Cambridge after a few days visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cal Boyd. Richard Brown of Cincinnati Is spending a few days with his sister Mrs. Ham Squires east of town. Jonathan Cloud, southeast of town is building a barn on the lot purchas ed or Chas. Smith In the south part of town and will build his dwelling next spring. Rev. Speckin filled his regular ap pointment at the M. E. church Mon day night. Mrs. Chas. Nicholson has returned from a visit with relatives in Rich mond. Dr. Keinzel has bought the Steward property on North Main street Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown are pre paring to remove to Richmond this week. Frank Boyd accompanied a car load of poultry to Pittsburg Saturday, ship ped by Harris & Co. Mrs. Mary Brown Is visiting her daughter at Centerville for a few weeks. A committee from Cambridge City was in town Saturday Inviting the Ladles Horse Back Riding club to at tend the rally at that place Wednes day. Miss Maude Brooks of Richmond Is visiting relatives here. EAST GERMANTOWN, IND. East Germantown, Ind., Oct 27. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray are the parents of a baby boy. Mr. Frank Gehr and family of Rich mond spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Philip Frantzman. Mrs. Ellen Penny leave soon to spend the winter with her children, Mr. and Mrs. David Temple ton at New Castle. Miss Mary Doll who has been visit- iur ner untie narry uou ana immiiy for several months, returned to her home in Louisiana Monday. Her aunt Mrs. Doll accompanied her. 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