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TnKKICIOIOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUN-TEIEGRA3I, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909.
Allowances Of 1908 News of Surrounding Towns ii : tiie Year I AMfiUAL REPORT Of receipts and expenditures o ac count of Dalton township tax funds by the trustee of Dalton township, Wayne .county, Indiana, for the year ending. Dec. 31, 1908; Receipts. ' Balance on hand 152.63 Jan 27, Jan. Distribution 1,189.99 Jan. 31, Interest ... . . .36 Feb. 29, Interest 1.75 March 31, Interest. . . ....... ... 1.23 April 80. Interest .69 May 20, Emanuel Canaday, dog tax .............. 5 .. 54.00 May 31, Interest ............. .14 June 1, Danl Harter, dog tax.. 1.00 jJune 1, Geo. E. Harter, dog tax 1.00 ! June 1, Wm Huffman, dog tax 1.00 I June 1, Artie Healton, dog tax 3.00 June 1, John C Macy, dog tax 1.00 June 3,Wm."WaltsS, dog tax... 1.00 June 1, Leroy Harter, dog tax. 1.00 (June I,' JoVE. Dennis, dog tax 1.00 I July 22, July Distribution. .. .1713.67 tJuly 31, Interest ' ....... . .64 iAug. 31, Interest 2.20 Aug. 31, ZImri Hanson, J. P. Settlement ...... -"y Sept 30, Interest ............. 1.93 s Oct. 24, John Retz, school hack 200.00 Oct. 31.' Interest '.' 1.88 i Nov. 30. Interest ...... ... . . . 1.48 Dec, 7, Sam'l' Rakestraw, old school hack .... ........ . . .. 6.00 Dec. 28, Zimri Hanspn, J. P. Settlement '. .75 Dec. 31, John Dynes, tuition. . 7.00 Disbursements. ,'Feb 13, Esther J Jones, teacher I Feb. 2, Harvey Healton, driv- ing hack . . ... ; . . . . . . ...... IFeb. 3, A M Chamness, service and bal. due, 1907 i.... ,'Feb. 13. A M Chamness, Fr't. - on, school hack ... .... . . . . . 'Feb 18, F V Thornburgh, gravel Feb. 29, Edward JoneB, balance sup. services .. . V. . . . . . .... Feb. 29, Elizabeth Pitts, keep ,' ing library . . . . ............ ! March 4, J. C. Taylor, gravel . . 1 March 9, O L Dennis, repair on roads March 9, Harvey Healton, driv 50.00 112.27 120.00 19.26 21.20 63.81 4.00 23.50 5.00 10.00 10.00 11.50 8.90 20.00 16.50 4.50 4.25 14.10 255.00 1?.00 129.62 36.58 18.06 3.00 2.75 25.00 5.00 18.13 206.00 3.00 13.00 40.00 60.00 8.00 207.80 5.50 1.00 t 15.00 18.36 17.50 .93 46.36 9.25 30.55 . 7.84 14.00 50.00 4.00 f 3.13 t 4.50 20.00 8.80 ,10.00 10.00 10.00 4.00 1.50 1.25 . 2.00 13.00 1.50 30.00 4.50 9.50 5.00 2.50 17.50 60.00 15.00 - 2.50 25.00 2.17 4.50 17.20 4.44 20.00 ing hack Mar. 25, Esther Jones, teacher March 28, Sylvester Blllheimer gravel Mar. 30, Item Newspaper . Co., printing March 31, Alex Abbott, hauling children to school 1 Mar. 15,-Frank Sherry, gravel.; I Mar. 16, Thos. P. Hadley, work on road Apr. 2, T L McConnaughey, re- jrs on hack 'JptylS, Esther Jones, Tp. Inst y 'lAfir 8 Esther Jones, teacher:. I . ' ' Ape, 3, E M Stanton, haul grav. : ''., 4Ljf 6, Minnie Long, teacher. . I" fir-Minnie Long, teacher. f ; iAJIJ. 6, Minnie,. Long, lost fees Apf. c, Lt s Bowman, janitor 'tees, Tp. Inst. ijr: Jtpfv 7, John Macy, shov. gravel Apr. 10, Harvey Heaton, drlv- ,, Ing hack 'k,KAjr. 15, W. Evans, work No. 3 TApr. 22, W Waltz, brdge lumber . lApr. 24, Daisy Leavell, teacher ;May 1, L D Locke, clean vaults i May 2, Laura H. Fleming, mu sic, commencement ........ May 28, A N Chamness, serv ices as Trustee . June 19, A N Chamness, servlc , es as trustee .............. ' June .23, Perry Heaton, sheep killed ...... ,' July 20, SJ Kiger & Co, hack , and school supplies ......... July 20, S D Kiger & Co., office supplies '.July 4. J Zook, road work...... J July,. 27, Thos. : Murray, bridge i abutments I Aug. 1, Harvey Healton, driv- 'Ing hack ........ (Aug. 4, R L Beckerdite, wood.. Aug. 4, Dan Belcher, road, work' Aug. 4, Win. Waltz, bridge .... j Aug. 6. L C King, printing. . . . Aug. 13, Daisy Leavell, Inst.' - Fees and Janitor, Dip. Ex . . Aug. 15, W." H. Dennis, lumber. Aug- 17, C "JV Walters, blasting StUmpS . . . . . . :;i Aug. 17, p L Dennis, Jordan Fill .Aug. 20, J H Thornburgh, grav Aug. 24, Jas. Vores, road work Aug. 28, Chas W Jordan, Inst... Aug. 31, W H Evans, sup. serv - Aug. 31. Chas. Dennis, road plowing .... . Sept. 1, Sam'l Lamb, adv. board . Sept. 1, J W Retz, adv. board Sept. 1, John W. Harter, adv.. . Sept. 1, Elizabeth Pitts, Tp. Library, .............. . . ... Sept. 12.. W H Porter, school supplies ,. Sept 14, Hugh Deardorff, shov " eling gravel -. .-. Sept. 19, Crozter Thornburg, . carrying water'. ............ ; ; Sept. 15. A M Chamness, enu meration ........,...., ... Sept 19, Nicholson Bros. - J. P. supplies ............. Sept. 23, Frank Sherry, sheep f killed .-.fc ' Sept 2S, J W Dennis, bridge lumber .......... ,:. Sept 29, Lute Baldwin, shovel ing gravel Oct 2, L Harter, driving hack. Oct. 7, J Zook, hauling children Oct 8, Martha A Conday, wood Oet 8, Pierre Helms, teacher.. Oct. 10. A E Lamb, sheep killed Oct 16, W Huffman, road work Oct 17, O L Dennis, sup. serv. Oct 18v B B Paul, shov. grav. ' Oct 20, Chas. O Stotelmeyer. sheep killed Oct 21, N F Weaver, gravel . . . Oct 21, J H Howell, shov. grav Oct 21, L D Locke, cleaning school house Oct 22, Leroy Harter, driving Hack ; . 4S.75 Oct 22. Leroy Harter, wood..: . Oct 22. Geo. L Thornburgh, gravel ........ . Oct 24, Isaac Love, repair on back Oct 24, AM Chamness. wood J 21.00 5.90 1.00 18.00 Oct. 24, A M Chamness, trustee ' services 67.00 Oct. 26, Calvin' Baldwin, shov- ' eling gravel 6.60 Oct. 27, J H Thornburgh, gravel " 10.00 Oct. 28, H B Macy, gravel 27.20 Oct 31, J H Baldwin, shovel ing gravel 2.35 Nov. 3, R. - Chamness, repairs on grader 1.50 Nov. 3, Edward Beeson, justice supplies -. i . .66 Nov. 3, Jerry Hiatt, repairs on pump ....... ...... ..... 3.00 Nov. 6, Johnathan Zook, haul ing children ......... ...... ,3.00 Nov. 7, S D Kiger & Co., road draw, etc 16.50 Nov. 7, Steel & Draper, 2 sew ers .v. ....... 47.65 Nov. 7, Steel it Draper, school supplies , .'. 21.93 Nov. 7, J H.Besselman, shovel ing gravel 6.2." Nov. 1, O L Dennis, sup serv. . 15.00 NeV. 14, Miles W. Lamar, gravel and shoveling ....... 6.79 Nov. 16, Glen Zook, shoveling gravel . 2.25 Nov. 16, J Zook, haul children .65 Nov. 16, E Burroughs, gravel.. 11.80 Nov. 18, S D Kiger & Co., sup plies ............ ......... 11.57 Nov. 18 V Smith, shovel grav 8.75 Nov. 2, H Lamb, shov. gravel, 32.02 Nov. 2, John Bowman, repair grader,- etc 1 1.90 Nov. 21, T P Hadley, haul grav 13.00 Nov. 24, E Durbin, shov grav. 3.75 Nov, 24, L Bales, shov. gravel 6.25 Nov. 24, F V Thornburgh, gcav 26.00 Nov. 24, W H Evans, sup. serv 50.00 Dec. 1, W Healton, gravel. ... 15.00 Dec. 3,-D 8 Coe, road book. . . . 11.00 Dec. 4, J C Taylor, nails, etc.. . 4.22 Dec. 4, J A Fields, meeting hack ...... ......... i ... 3.00 Dec. 7, J Vore,", shov. gravel... 2.50 Dec. 7, S A Rakestraw, repairs on school house . . . . . . ..... 6.00 Dec. 7, -John C Macy, shov grav 1.50 Dec. 8, Chas. Dennis, plowing and shoveling gravel , ...... 16.96 Dec. 10, Chas. E. Potter, board of education .Y. . 6.05 Dec. 11, Werking & Keagy, bridge lumber ........... . .. 35.62 Dec. 11, H Keagy, Treas., to correct tuition error 16.00 Dec. 11, L S Bowman, Inst, jan itor fees ... ........... 3.00 Dec. 15, J Study,, shov. gravel 2.15 Dec. 15, Chas. Fox, shov. grav. 1.55 Dec. 15, W S Farlow dump grav 2.65 Dec. 15, S A Rakestraw, road jwork 8.00 Dec. 17, Wm. M Starr, window glass, etc. L25 Dec. 17, Wm Roller, robes for f ' hack : 3.50 Dec. 17, Pierre Helms, teacher 120.00 Dec 18 L D Locke clean' Vaults 6.00 Dec. 21., Elmer Lumpkins, ehov."" gravel . . . ....... .. 1.25 Dec. 23, W Evans . sup service 10.00 Dec. 23, J H Thornburg, gravel 8.60 Dec. 23, J M Worl & Son. school . supplies . . . . . . 3.00 Dec. 23, J. M Worl A Son, Tp. supplies . ........ ........ . . 1.93 Dec 23, A N Chamness, keep ing school books .......... 13.00 Dec. 23, A. N. Chamness, office rent ...... ......... ...... 18.00 May 11,. O Jelllson, tile ...... 3.15 Dec. 26, Minnie Long, teacher.. 150.00 Dec. 26, A N Chamness, trus tee's meeting . . . . 25.00 Dec. 26, A. N , Chamness, trus tee's services ..A... ... 33.00 Dec. 28, S A Rakestraw, sheep . killed ......... 6.00 Dec. 28, Daisy Leavell, teacher 75.00 Dec. 28, Daisy Leavell, teacher 85.00 Dec. ' 28, Beeson & Seagraves, plow share ...... .i .50 Dec. 28, Chas. O Statelmeyer, Bal. on sheep 2.50 Summary. . . Balance on hand last settlement Township fund, $8.40; tuition fund, $20.90; local tuition fund, $95.96; road fund, $23.87; dog fund, $3.50; Total of all funds $152.63. Receipts Township fund, $854.82; tuition fund, $425.24; local . tuition fund, $673.57; special school fund, $784.51, road fund, $392.32; dog fund, $64.00; Total of all funds. $3,194.46. Total of balance and receipts Township fund, $863.22; tuition fund, $446.14 ; local tuition fund, ? $769.53 ; special school fund, $784.51; road fund $416.19; dog fund, $67.50; Total of all funds $3,347.09. Disbursements Township Fund, $858.81; tuition fund, $44.62; local tu ition fund, $748.58; special school fund, $776.55; road fund, $406.67; dog fund, $66.00; Total of all funds. $3,301 23. Balance Township fund, $4.43; tu ition fund, $1.52; local tuition fund, $20.95; - special school fund. $7.96; Road fund, $9.52; dog fund, $1.50; To tal of all funds, $45.88. State of Indiana, Wayne county, ss: The undersigned, being duly sworn, upon his oath says that the: within is a true and complete showing of all the moneys received and paid out as he verily believes, and that the var ious items of expenditure credited have been fully paid In the sums stated, and without express or im plied agreement ' that any portion thereof shall be retained by or repaid to him, or to any other person, and that he has received no money nor ar ticle of value in consideration of any contract made by him as trustee. ALBERT M. CHAMNESS. Township Trustee. , Subscribed and sworn to before me. this the first day of January, 1909. J. W. HARTER. Chairman of the Advisory Board. Fashion In the Tropics. A missionary who labored in a trop ical island desired to wean his flock to his own ideas of clothing. He ap pealed to their vanity and gave to the ralrest of her tribe several yards of cloth wherewith to make a skirt She was to appear in the garment at the next mission meeting. She did so. But the missionary's pleased expectancy was turned to consternation when the untutored savage appeared with the whole of her gift wound upon her head to the form of a towering turban. Charity Organisation Review. ELDORADO, OHIO. Eldorado, O., Jan. 7. Rev. ' Sara Stoner of New Madison, who has been soliciting funds for the building of a new Unlversalist church at this place, has met with splendid success. She went to her home toda ; Charles Miller, who has been living on the Clint Davisson farm, moved yesterday to the Chauncey Lee farm. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bunger and Mrs. Lucy Mastin, are transacting business in Richmond. Carl Miller was Tuesday evening given a lesson ini the Second Degree work. K. of P. that he most likely will never forget The lesson taught is of especial import to Carl, since he is cashier at the Farmers' Bank. Miss Samantha Wlkle is visiting friends in West Alexandria. Gideon Wlndmlller has purchased the restaurant formerly owned by Mr. Slifer at New Madison and removed to that place yesterday. Mr. Star, salesman for a wholesale grocery, of Richmond, and Mr. Brown of Xenia, traveling In the same line, were calling on the trade today. Simon Blocher of North Dakota, who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity, left this morning to visit friends and relatives in Indiana. Miss Fern Coovert, who has been visiting friends in Mendin, returned home last evening. i C. H. Miller shipped several car loads of hogs to Cincinnati today. Druggist Dickson Is fitting the room above his store into living rooms, which he will occupy in the near fu ture, when H. E. Blllman and family will move into their own property. A reward of $5,000 isi offered to any person who will correctly inform a long-suffering public, as regards the use to which the new building now be ing erected by 'O. W. S. Locke will be put. Mr. Locke refers all applicants for information to his private secre tary, Joseph Byers, but Joseph, when the crucial question is put, evades a direct reply and switches the con versation very suddenly by trying to sell you a lot or farm. V More than twenty of the youne; fSo ple of the Unlversalist, t. P.' C. U. met at the home of Mrs. Bells Kyle on South Main street -The meeting was purely social. It was decided to hold regular meetings on the second and fourth Sunriy evenings. The society had previously pledged $125 to the new,-'" church 'building and at their meeting last evening decided, to raise an additional $100. In the intellectual contest William Deem carried off the telegraph honors, whatever that is. Before leaving a substantial luncheon was served by the hostess, Mrs. Kyle. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork, Ind., Jan. 7. Mrs. Wil liam Coffin of Spiceland is the guest of her son George and family. , Mrs. Mary Young has returned .to Richmond after spending a few days with relatives here. Miss Effle ' Wilson has returned to Economy to resume her ; duties as teacher after spending her vacation here. ' Miss Nellie Jones of Greenfield has been the guest of Dr. W. W. Neff and family for several days. Misses May and Nettie Lamb have returned to Terre Haute after spend ing their vacation at home. Mrs, Wilmer McMahan of Center ville spent Tuesday with Mrs. Mary Brown. - ( Elvln Oler of Economy spent Tues day here. v - Miss Minnie Long, teacher in Dal ton township, spent 'the holiday vaca tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Fink. Mr. McFail of Richmond was the Tuesday. Rev. J. D. Kerr was at Richmond guest of 'George Coffin and family Tuesday. D. W. Harris & Co. shipped a car load of hogs to East Liberty, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chapman enter tained Mrs. David Brooks, Mrs. David Nicholson and Mrs. John Clawson and daughter Cora recently. Mrs-. Luther Murdock, Mrs. Charles Black and Mrs. W. J. Byrd are on the sick list The Wayne county Lumber company delivered a carload of building ma terial to contractors in Richmond on Wednesday. Florence Boyd has turned the trus tee office over to Dr. F, W. Klenzle, who is now a full fledged, trustee. Mr. and Mrs. Florence Blsh's sou has recovered from a several days Ill ness.. ; Lucius Stackhouse of Richmond was In town Tuesday. Pickett , Wisehart .was returning from his farm on his old family horse Monday when the horse became frigh tened and jumped to the side of the road throwing the rider to the ground, but no bones were broken. Rev. ' Miller of the United Brethren church is visiting the members of the church this week. James Paxton of Jacksonburg was in town Tuesday on business. A Simple Rtmedy. Editorial omniscience no longer cs Ists in the big city papers. The several departments require specialists to take charge of them, and woe to the map who steps out of his own narrow field. .Not long. ago .the woman who conducted, the 'page devoted to fern inine interests was. sick, and a young man. a reporter, was called In to trj bis hand.. ; , ' He soon distinguished himself. A let ter , came in inquiring how grease might best be removed from soup. Hf read it hurriedly, noticing only that it was an Inquiry for the removal of grease. This was his answer: "Soak a soft cloth In gasoline and rub gently till the grease is eradicat ed Youth's Companion. Giggles I" know what the skyscraper of the future will he. , Goggles What? . Giggles An irhip -EwhtM CEUTERVILLE. IND. Centerville, Ind., Jan. 7. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Deardoff entertained recent ly Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. L H. Hawes, all of Arcanum, O., Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Forbes of Troy, O., Mr, and Mrs. Robert Study of Richmond. . Mr. and Mrs. John L. King have moved from- their country home and are occupying their residence in town. W. H. Stonecifer of Cambridge City made a business trip to Centerville on Wednesday. Everett Osborn of Liberty was the guest on Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Osborn. Mrs. William A. Stevens of Rich mond, and Miss Olga Shriner of Mun cie, who have been house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stevens have left for their homes. The Locust Grove Woman's ceme terey association will meet "on Thurs day afternoon with Miss Mattle Sny der on the Abington road. Mrs. R. J. Deardoff will open her class in dancing at the town hall on Friday evening, January 15. John Bond of Greensfork, was in Centerville .Wednesday on business. Miss Ada Woodward and Miss Jane Dunlop of Richmond were visitors re cently at Centerville. Mr. Forest Tindall of Dunkirk, Ind., arrived on Tuesday for a short visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Jason Rob erts and his uncles, Charles W. and A. W. Roberts on North Main Cross street. . . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rhodes are moving into the property of H.r H. Peelle on East Main street which was formerly . the homestead of Dr. Wil liam F. King and family. BECOMING THE TOPIC OF UNIVERSAL INTEREST. X .- m - The remarkable results that are be ing accomplished throught the state by the new remedy, Root Juice, Is rap lly becoming the topic of universal interest. So many , people are prais ing the remedy that the general in terest in it is becoming widespread and it is now being sold in such enor mous quantities that it 13 hard to sup ply the demand. It seems to soctbe, heal and strengthen the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels with such rapidity that those who have suffered for years with indigestion, , rheumatism. kidney troubles and nervousness no tice great improvement before they have used the first bottle. Mr. John K. Stevens, police officer, of 1313 Summit street, Fort Wayne, Ind., said: "J am glad to be able . to truthfully say that I have found the great remedy to be all that was claim ed for it. My kidneys and bladder were in a bad condition before I com menced taking it and had been so for some time, but I am now glad to cay that I am entirely cured, end many of the city have told me the remedy has cured them." The great remedy has cured many people at this point within the last few months. It is sold for one dol, lar a bottle, or three bottles for two dollars and a half. : Those who wish to know more, about it and would learn of the many cures it has made, should go to A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. HAGERST0WN, IND. Hagerstown nd., Jan. 7. Born tc Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hatfield southwest of town a daughter, fourth child. The Christian Aid society will meet on Tuesday afternoon next week with Mrs. J. M. Hartley. Charles. Ault of Chicago spent Tues day here with friends. Miss Matrice Geisler is suffering with a severe boil on her arm which will delay her for several days in entering business college1; at Indiana polis. Mr. and Mrs. George Dragro living south of , the depot are the parents ot a new baby girl, third child. George Duter of Modoc is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Belle Coggswell. Thomas Beeson of Falrmount was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pe tro Tuesday. Martin Werking is the efficient man ager of the new clothing and depart ment store to be opened in the Pierce room in a, few days. Byram Cole who has been assisting in the plastering of the new residence of Mrs. Reidy. being erected on South Plum street, stepped on a rusty nail which penetrated through his shoe. The Injury proved very painful and he was removed to his home at Econ omy. : Simon Miller has a class of twenty- four to whom he gives private lessons in the art of dancing once each week. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Shafer went to Indianapolis Thursday, the former as HaytttpcrvutnetiV overcoMoypreMr wtheoittTr KicK enables one to form mepJiar Kbit$ dauy so tW. assishance to na ture snow lc 4tcmIiioI)' diSoewsrdtaitft wWn no longer $tkckestf tciaedieswkeii reyuirect, are to assist tMitare ncl net t tutplant tke ttatur. AlfuUMSwKkK mustclepevjulti tatcly upon prober ttourisfttnent. California Fig &min Co. ttvet SSLp CrMXLEADiMC JT?UCCIVS ii pvtCC Hr CBCll mW benebcial IsxaUve i 0y ui eiiu'mf ii (UUj fi) Cti W(i a delegate to the German Baptist As- sociation which is being held there. The Haymakers enjoyed a social time and supper after lodge Tuesday night Mr. aud Mrs. Newell Cain had as their' guests Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. David Gray of near Dalton. Mr. and Mrs. John Falck and baby of Richmond have been spending this : week with their respective parents ; here. '. i Mrs. Richard Elvord of Indianapolis has been visiting her father, Alonzo Daugherty and wife for several days. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City. Ind., Jan. 7. Mas ter Hugh Litell has returned to his home in Chicago after a visit with his grandfather, Dr. W. R Litell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fronaphel and son have returned from a visit of sev ral days with relatives in Indiana polis.. . .V The Rebekah Aid society met with Mrs. Joe Moore this afternoon. Mrs. I., N. Walker has returned to her home in Warren, Ohio. . after a visit , of several days with her daugh ter, Mrs. Will Wagar. v . Mrs. Harry Hobbs returned to her home in Bridgeport after spending several days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Boyd and family. . Mrs. John Toms has gone to Chi cago to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colman. , The cottage prayer meeting of the M. E. church was held at the home of James Fields Wednesday evening. A ood attendance is reported. I. W. ; Pitman and daughter, Mrs, Charles Pitman of New Castle, : M. and Mrs. Frank Pitman and son of Chadron, Neb., were the guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pitman Tuesday. Mrs. Grace Carpenter and children of Andersop, have returned to their home after a visit with Mrs. Mary Howard. The third quarterly meeting and communion service will be held at the M. E. church Sabbath morning. Dis- trict Superintendent T. M. Guild if Richmond, will preach and conduct the communion service. Mrs. Richard Thornton of Bloom- 'ngton is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Crossley. NEW PARIS, OHIO. New Paris, O., Jan., 7 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murray are visiting at his hroth 3r's, Charles. Murray and family. : Harmony Lodge No. 396 K. of P. will hold their roH call meeting Wed nesday night Short, speeches, letters and talks were heard, and ' refresh ments were served. - s'- Mrs. Timothy Glenn Is visiting friends and relatives of - Indianapolis this week. . '.' : -. .;. .' .. . Miss Meda McCoy is sick and una ble to attend to her work as a music teacher. , ' ' Mrs. W. G. Hahn is confined to her bed with injuries sustained by a fall while coming out of the Christian church Tuesday evening. The Tuesday Club' met Tuesday night with Mrs. Gertrude Newbern as hostess. Response to the roll. call was current events. Miss Baldwin opened the program with a piano number. The two splendid papers of the eve ning were given by Mrs. Kuth, whose subject was "Do Club Women Make Good Home-makers 211 and Mrs. New bern who spoke on "Pure Foods Gov ernment Experiments. The program closed with a song by Miss McNeill. Next meeting, Jan. 19, with Miss McNeill.- , ' . , .. - Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Josiah Jones and Miss Mary O'Toole took dinner with Wm. Mills and wife, Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bloom and Miss Irene Mills attended the institute at New Madison,' Wednesday. ; Mrs. Mac Taylor of New Hope is spending this week with Neiil Mitchell and family. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA GRIPPE. Racking la grippe coughs that may develop Into' pneumonia over riight ire quickly cured by Foley's Honey md Tar. The " sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened, and a dangerous condition is quickly averted. Take only: Foley's Honey and .Tar in the yellow package. A. G. Luken & Co. ECONOMY. IND. Economy. Ind.. Jan. 7. A. N. Cham ness of West River. Willie Williams of here and Bert Hod gin of Fountain City left for the Lone Star state. Tex as. Tuesday morning. Mr. Lebb, a traveling salesman from a Richmond wholesale house was here Tuesday. ''.I ,;- Mr. and Mrs. William Beard enter tained at dinner Tuesday, Asenath Os- wjllXliliMiiljW frfUftU tzW stMc,c t; c ft 'i born and Mrs. LenaOsbtrtpt of Wln- Chester. . ; - i,. , ; Protracted meelng at West River in tne Friends' church is being conducted by Rev. Oliver G6tsohall and Evangel- ist Wilson. Monday night there were two conversions. , ' Rev. M. V. Bartlett was called to Muncie Tuesday as a witness at a trial. Rev. Dr. Singer is assisted in the ' 1 A. V 1 1 W f nere in me u- CBUren u y w' born and Evangelist Hines of War- .aw. Joe Martin of Mooreland Is doing the feeding for Mr. Chamness this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Balllnger of Greencastle are visiting relatives here this week. John Replogle sold a nice bunch of hogs to Bud Dean of Greensfork. Olie Weyls will move his family to Richmond where he will work in a shop. ' ' ' ; :. ,- ' ' First coon killed this season around rere was by a Mr. Gray Tuesday. Squire Fraiser went to Richmond to file his report for the year. Lawrence Bond of Greensfork was l.ere Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bly ot Farm land ate supper with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fraiser recently s Mrs. ByramPierce and son Robert a rrived from Greensfork Tuesday. I Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard who moved to Canada last spring that they are hav ing very cold weather and they are well pleased with their new home which Is a dug out ' , : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ballenger are moving In with Mr. and Mrs. George Ballenger. Mrs. Ella Lamb is mourning the loss of a heavy oval ring that was given to her when but fifteen years old with the initials E. B. L. engraved in side. , V Ernest Replogle , is sick ' and Mr. Lindsey is clerking in his store today. Lon Edwards has a very sore hand caused by running a nail in it Will Se grist is working In Hagers town. A Religious Author's Statement. j For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain in my kidneys and was confined to bed eight days, unable to get up without assistance. My urine con tained a thick white sediment and I passed same frequently day and night I commenced taking Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain gradually abat ed and finally ceased and my urine be came normal. I cheerfully recommend Foley's Kidney Remedy. A. G. Luken & Co. Th Religious Mule. "Dat mule," said the colored citizen, "hez sho got religion in 'im. ,. . . "Think so?" t - "I know so.- Ter my sartin knowl edge he hez kicked six sinners clar ter glory. "But you reckon dey got in? -1 Dey bad ter. Dey broke In. Wen dat mule hits you wld bis heels you'd make daylight thoo a stone wallf Atlanta Constitution. Many little lives have been saved by Foley's Honey and Tar, for - coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. It is the only safe remedy for infants and children as it contains no opiates or other narcotic drugs, and children like Foley's Honey and Tar. Careful mothers keep a bottle in the . house. Refuse substitutes. A. G. Luken' & Co- "Whatsthe difference between ralor and dlssretlon? "Well, to g through Europe without tipping would be valor. V "I Kee." ' ", - '- - ' . " "And then to come back by a differ ent route weuld 1 discretion. Louis ville Courier-Journal. . Albert O. Martin, D. D. S. Colonial Building, Rooms 18 and 19. Hackman, ttlehfotti C ... DROCIOEJE EttLAnGOnG ... It is casry. Booklet ed testntctSest Free. v. n. cess dhug cczzaov. v I ii TO MAKE EFFORT LIQUIDATE OEDT no - Lutheran Church Wants to Raise $6,000. ; Newly elected officers ot St PauT; Lutheran church will be installed atl the church services Sunday. The of-; fleers were elected at a congregatloo- ' al meeting Monday evening. The' church intends to make a strong f fort to raise $6,000 with which to -Ilqul-i date the indebtedness. A committee has been appointed with John Kioto chairman, which will have ,this work; in .charge. I A few years i ago the church was remodeled and repaired I and a portion of this indebtedness re mains. . .William Klopp has been re-electedf an elder. Frank Stelnkamp was se lected -as a trustee. . Daniel Burkhart and Frederick Fredemann were chos en deacons. A committee has been named to prepare a financial state ment for the past year and make Its; report next Sunday. ; There is no case on record of' a cough, cold or la grippe developing f Into pneumonia after Foley's Honey and Taf has been taken, as it cures the most obstinate deep seated coughs! and colds. Why take anything else.! A. G. Luken ft Co. , .Wall Street "Death "While the tremendous tweak in the , mark whlrh fnllnwM fhm HMth ttf ! Governor Flower was still fresh iat a favorite device of the bears In Wan j . trt M aald an aM hmkar. Hnt ther ' met their Waterloo in the summer of 1905. Stocks kept going np and womtl j not go down. So one day, the bears j put out a story that Jacob IL BekCT . was dead. That was quickly disprove. Then they said It was James Epeyer who had been stricken with apoplexy. Immediately Mr. Speyer left his bank ing house and appeared on the floor of the exchange. Then some wit been i to issue bulletins like these: VIHB KMM.mV.VMO 1 TT,J wounded this mernlnc by a aolf baa.' 1 " 'Andrew Carnegie crippled hlelf today while playing bis pipe organ. . -'J. P. Morgan lost his slht today, while viewing a miniature statne of Tenus : ' . ; t -Hetty Green Is on her deathbed- with th Din' That" said the old broker, "settled was laughed out of the cmnatl Times-Star. You would not delay taking Foley's Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder trouble if you real ized that neglect might ' result in Blight's disease or diabetes. Foley's Kidney Remedy corrects irregularities and cures, all kidney and bladder dis orders. A. G. Luken . Co. BRAVE CHILLY BLASTS. ; ' ; As cold as it was yesterday and as hard as the wind blew down the river . valley, the county commissioners aroused their latent nerve and made a trip to the Test bridge. A new floor -in this bridge has been petitioned for and the commissioners wished to pake an inspection before passing on the matter. If you will take Foley's Orino Laxa tive until the bowels become regular you will not have to take purgatives constantly, as Foley's Orino Laxative positively cures chronic constipation land sluggish liver. Pleasant to take. A. G. Luken tc Co. PHONE 1637 AtL Co.'s f-f aundl tJtJ