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Gc7C3 r.:a3 - G - At this dm eff the year dry and const? physicians publiah their annual letters warning the public to beware ol eutipa or overripe trait; germ-laden food aad water, eta. Bat of more importance still 4a to wara people to keep their bowels well open these not day, sad this applies to young and old. but especially to the extreme of ages. To be constipated is to be in danger of germ-infect ion. Also, h thickens and orer-beats the blood. croduciog sick-headache, loss of appetite, etc. Instead of trying to get oowei movement by over-eating yourself with fruit (which is more likely to prodece diarrhea than core the constipation) ase DR. CALD WELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN once or twice s week before retiring. It will dean out the bowels, too the stomach and put the blood In good order. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts and purgative waters, tablets, pills, etc., for these are only temporary expedients. DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEP SIN is permanent in its effect and contains ingredients that tone and strengthen the body. Its pleasant taste and freedom from grfping recommends it to children and old people, who espe cially need a gentle laxative. Any. drug gist will sell yon a bottle for only 50 cents or $ LOO and guarantee results. News of Surrounding Towns HAGERSTOWN. IND. Hagerstown, Ind., July 20. Miss Jeanette Mathews has arrived from Springfield, Ohio, to visit her parents, Wm Mathews and wife. , Hugh Gohring of New -Castle, 6pent Saturday night and Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reynolds and sons, and Mrs. Joe Koon and daughter, Pauline, were among the guests Sun day at a dinner at the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Lee Reynolds, east of town. Mr. and Mm John Replogle and children, Charles and Ruth, of . near Economy, spent Sunday with his par ents, Henry Replogle and wife. Eddie Donnelly ' of Cincinnati, was the guest of Miss Mable Teeter, Sun day. ;v'..;:: Miss Florence Benson, Mrs. Agnes Hastings and Elrin Benson, spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Clugglsh, at New Castle. Frank Lilley of New Castle, visited his daughter, Mrs. Clifford Fouty, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Wycoff spent Sunday at Spiceland', with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall. Mm. Charley Porter Is again on the list of the sick. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Brant entertain ed . Rev. J. P. Barrett over Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Warbinton were also guests at dinner Sunday. Alonzo Edwards of Economy, was entertained by Michael Conniff and family Sunday. Miss Ruth Copeland spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brown had as their guests Sunday at dinner, Mr. and Mra C. E. Working and son Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones and daughters,-Rita and Hilda. The funeral services of James Allen, aged 86 years, were held Sunday morn ing at the German Baptist church west of town and were largely attend ed. .;. -N-.' ' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rummel and daughter Goldie, were guests Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer, at ..New Lisbon. Mdss Bertha Gohring of Cambridge City, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Emma Fpyst. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doerst lers, south of town, a ten pound girl, second child. Mr. and Mrs. Alonao Williams and children, Russell. and Mable, of New Castle, spent Saturday night and Sun day with his parents, southwest of , town. Mrs. John Thompson of New Castle, has been visiting her parents, Chas. Keys and wife, a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver and son, Gerald, wjere guests over Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mace at Sheridan, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. John Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Carr, of Hamilton, Ohio, were guests of Chas. Backenstoe and Mr. and Mrs. Exum Copeland, Sunday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith, of Greens- GO SOLID GOLD $ SILVER For a a wa lODe ivnown as NnHnnnl fnm a iwiuiiui wui u .I?,f.?59Jfe,??4ra thousand million farmers" Jsar wt tato the pocket-of the Ad'te betlMi to learn how delicious Kellosa's Toasted Corn Flakes has plaoed corn among- the indispensable items of daily fare. I5llf.r?.ih,0I2: ar laterested in the development of the Kinc of Cereals, and have decided to award a beautiful trophy for the man. woman or child who can produce the best ear of corn la two different imaiwari. "owwu iiJjrr if!"" 01 iowa tae wuese. tne areateat authority on corn In the world, will award thanriE a.fc i m-a?hli0J2lL55D?sitiaia heil?' Omaha, Neb Decembar&h to 18th. MoE TwoieeloTeraSJ TilaV W&?ir:ltWK090r 5 the National Corn Exposition, Omiha, Keb hori EPloU iSfR j?VeJ S5 JSKte to . M mmmm. naw au tune. In other words, you must i' a? JKr lotions. An r man, woman or ohild belonaine to the Association eaa eater. It will be mn i 'TL "i h" Onion. iWaaar lioWan will Judt the eorn pjlcolarlyl5aU, baiiaor oSajTti. ZStLSSSZI u awa vwu par oro is one oojoot Increain the Quality of Corn Used in Making KeHo's WASTE FHAKES ?Z jwjrte think we The CcrriFkhco hcoihio j2naScn POSE Tkm wb. fcava HtirTM h4 BR. CALBV WIUW 1TSCP PEPSI aaa waala UtoM mmkmm taataf It taTara aaytac ta taa Mnhr war frmmt tMrtraulf aatala a PSEC AMfLB BOTTiiTilthVr tm IWbmItm m aar swajabar aT tmrtw faartlyaavataaiag im mm rttow tm tha Mtw. Ta. mmmvIII mm Matte rarkMMfttttrtkMn, IatbUway jaa SaS aat what It will la wlthaat mmrnU aim, u mm mm iranu aiwaauia that MilM nil utU tm aver. mm, writ a latter ta lr. CsUaall asalalata haw tha imi mmm aaa ha wffl stva ra ate lt MZSUCjU. AbVICE, aa half a itary ar aiiriai la ataaMaa, V If ar aaa aawal dlmrmmrm, wftaaat ahai-aw. Ham wha have ralldraa aaaeU a ac atefi ET lefts TO fune," aaatataiaf the la. f tape slilMMlbt. hut. aaa, at., la 'hat aMtkw- laiaartaat aakjaat. DR. W. D. CALDWELL B04 Caldwell IMfr, entleelle, llilaets. fork, were visiting friends at Hagers town, Sunday. A. F. Roller of West Alexander, vis ited his brother, Will Roller and fam ily, Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Plummer and children spent the day Sunday, with Mra. Anna Dilling. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Browder of Get tysburg, Ohio, have been visiting their daughters, Mrs. Stahr and Mrs. Burns, at the Stahr home. f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lea veil enter tained at dinner Sunday, A. F. Roller of West Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Will Roller, Miss Eva Roller, Mrs. Ann Burns and Brown Burns. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bowman and son Kepler, were visiting his parents, Sol Bowman and wife, west of town, Sun day afternoon; John Hara has secured a position as engineer on the Pennsylvania railroad on an engine to be used in grading and establishing a double track between Centerville and Knightstown. Mr. Hara and wife will probably move to. Centerville. Richard Elvord has also been employed to run an engine on the same road. Both were former em ployes of the Big Four. Mr. end Mrs. F. W. Addington enter tained the latter's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.' A. C Cooper, of Anadarko, Okla., Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Maud Elvord of Richmond, spent Saturday night and Sunday here. The base ball game Sunday after noon between the Larks and Greens fork's teem scored. 2 to 3 in favor of Hagerstown. . Seea Mother Grow Young. "It would be hard to overstate tb,e wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric " Bitters," writes Mrs. W, L. Gilpatrick . of Dan forth. Me. "Although past "ft) she seems really to be growing ; young again. She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years.. At last she could neither eat, drink nor sleep. Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health." They invigorate all vital organs, cure Liver and Kidney troubles, induce sleep, im part strength and appetite. Only 50c at A. G. Luken & Co's. . MILTON, IND. . Milton, Ind., July 20. Miss Gertrude Daniels, of Indianapolis., visited her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Daniels, Sunday. Her nephew and niece, Harold Daniels and sister, Miss Florence, accompanied her to Indian apolis. Mt. and Mrs. George Kelsey made an automobile drive to Spiceland, Sunday, to spend the day with his uncle, Geo. Beech. Oliver Ferguson and wife made an auto drive to Connersville, Saturday, to visit relatives. Mrs. Vene Beeson has been staying with Mts. Mary Walker since the ab- the Best Ear of Corn a j S S JIM tne ".i. 7a a To to Awarded at the RvtiAclrlAn AMiki December UApvoi iiuil , VU1UIIU, 6 to 18, 1909. OW.MO.000.000) ear-, of corn were crown in the United States last rear. Ornr rww aw nu ewi4A CPS VIBUU1J. 11 TDUni IH produce the best ear of corn two different 01 ne a wara. out the mala purpose of the haTe reached the point of perfection In Toasted ear odayrlu croW have it. 'OUr eduMUon - .a - nlVaaa sence irom nome oi aire. daughter. . Misses Edith Hiatt and Ruby mey spent over Sunday with relative at Rich Square. John Ball was home from New Cas tle, to spend over Sunday with his family. Mrs. Isaiah Doddridge and son, Wal ter Doddridge, were greeting friends at Milton yesterday. : Mts. Anna Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Thorton Kane and nephew, Mr. Vaughn, of Richmond, formed an auto party to call on Mr. and Mrs. William Ferris, Friday afternoon. Word was received by Mrs. Alice Gresh that Mrs. Early, nee Mrs. Lizzie Fit, formerly of this place, but now of Greenfield, is lying at the point of death. Mesdames Jesse James, of Indian apolis, and Frank Kennard, of Knights town. were guests of their brotaers, Heber and Albert Newman and wife, also calling on other relates here, yesterday. They spent over Sunday nitrht at their brothers. Dr. and Mrs. Hildrup, of near Wind fall, are guccts of Mrs. Martha Lee. Mrs. Harry Manlove and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pritchord, at Cambridge City, Sunday. Mrs. Phillip Benninger has a large yard vase filled with geraniums that arc a body of bloom. There are forty- two clusters. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Beeler, of Rich mond, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hurst, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hurst, formed an auto party with Mrs. Alice Gresh, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Emma Winsett, of Richmond, who was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nora Campbell, returned home yester day. Albert Newman had to play at Rich mond, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hurst entertained their children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson, at dinner, Sunday. Joe Decker, of Connersville, is spend ing a few days with his sister, Mrs. John Debois. Mrs. Lizzie Manlove and daughter. Lou, and Mrs. William VanBusklrk, of Bentonvilie, were callers of Miss Mar garet Vannati, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Kellam enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Mart KeHacn, of east of town, at dinner, Sunday. Mrs. El wood Beeson. on North Con tral Avenue, is reported on the sick list. - Theo. Sexton and son, Warren, are visiting at Kokomo for a few days. Mr. and Mts. Isaiah Doddridge, of Doddridge, were at dinner with Mr. and: Mrs. John Cook, Sunday. Other euests were Harvey Cook anu daugn- ters, of Losantsvnie. Messrs. Cook are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lowery and daughter. Miss Edna Lowery, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mart Low ery. north of Cambridge Ciay. Walter Doddridge and Miss Alice Oliver were at dinner with Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Doddridge, at Doddridge, Sunday. If people with symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble could realize their danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foley's Kid ney Remedy. This great remedy stops the pain and the irregularities, strengthens and builds up these or gane and there is no danger of Brights disease or other serious dis order. Do not disregard the early symptoms. A. G. Luken & Co. CENTERVILLE, IND. Centerville, Ind., July 20. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spears and Mrs. Frances Trumbull DeNoe left on Sunday for Atlantic City, New Jersey, where they will pass the remainder of the summer. Raymond Trumbull also left on Sun day, going to Chicago to visit his mother and- other relatives, before re turning to the Ohio Military college at College Hill, Cincinnati. The town council at the last meeting appointed George Moore town marshal, In the place of James Hanley resigned. Mrs. E. S. Wright recently slipped and fell, injuring the ligaments of her left hand. Miss Lucile Jones of Greensfork, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morgan of In dianapolis, who are visiting relatives AWARD National CornTrophy wordSTthT lUQaTMl T.flH rhMalT. VAII vawiTl . a. yearst rupcrvy tor founder of the trophy is tor Corn Flak.. .. to "ood thlsjrato at Oreensfwrlr, attended the festival give by the iadtee of the Christian church at CeBterrllto, oa Sfetvrday evening. Mrs. WHli&m MeCown. who baa been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Mo Cown, left on Monday for her home at Kalamazoo, Michigan. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith, of In dianapolis, have returned home after spending a week with their aunt. Mrs. Freeman Smith, at West Grove. Th Woman's Cemetery association will meet with Mrs. Frank Scott on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Gentry is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Blanche Cork, at In dianapolis. Miss Elizabeth Lashley Is the guest for several days of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Lashley, at Boston, Indiana. Tortured On A Horse. For ten years I couldn't ride a horse without beine In torture from piles," writes L. S. Napier, of Rugless, Ky., "when all doctors and other rem edies failed. Bucklen's Arnica. Selv cured me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Boils, Fever-Sores, Ecze ma, Salt Rheum. Corns. 25c. Guaran teed by A. G. Luken & Co. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City. Ind., July 20. Charles Doney and sister. Miss Mil dred, spent Monday In Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clark returned to their home in Chicago, Monday, aft er a visit with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark. Mrs. George Drlschel was a Rich mond visitor, Monday. Charles Williams visited relatives In Dayton, Sunday. . Prof. J. T. Reese was called to Con nersviHe, Friday by the continued ser ious illness of J. I. Little. E. 15. Dodge, of Palatka, Fla., visited this place, Monday. The Rev. Charles Brown, of Con nersville, preached at the A. M. E. church both Sunday morning and eve ning. Mrs. Jennie Muckford and little granddaughter of Indianapolis, is here for several days' visit with Mrs. Ada Harned. Prof, and Mrs. Glen Swiggett, of Se wanee, Tenn., come Wednesday for a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Hester Swiggett. Mrs. Evans, the aged mother of W. D. Evans, who came from Pittsburg, several weeks ago to visit her son, is very critically 111 at Evansdale Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weed are spend ing a few days with friends in Laurel. Lew Martin is in Erie, Pa., attend Ing the races. His horse, Sylvia J., was entered for Monday's races. Ralph Ingerman, of New Castle, spent Sunday at his home in this city, Will Butler made a business trip to Muncie, and other points north, Mon day. Mrs. John Beard and son, Robert, joined Harry Beard and family, who are camping on Martin dale's creek; Monday. The five" cent theaters do not ap pear to lose interest for the people of Cambridge City. One of them reports a sale of six hundred tickets, Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Charles Kellar went to Indian apolis, Monday, for a visit of several days with her sister, Mrs. Fred Bogue. Charles Weaver of New Castle, vis ited friends In this place, Sunday. Mrs. H. B. Boyd has returned from Indianapolis, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith of New Castle spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Feemster, Life 100,000 Years Ago. Scientists have found in a cave in 8wltserland bones of men. who lived 100,000 years ago, when life was in constant danger from wild beasts. To day the danger, as shown by A. W. Brown of Alexander, Me., is largely from deadly disease. "If it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery. which cured me. I could not have liv ed," he writes, "suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough." To cure Sore Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent Pneumonia, its the best medicine on earth. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed by A. G. Luken & Co. Trial bottle free. ECONOMY. IND. Economy, Ind.. July 20. Miss Rena Clark made a trip to Richmond Sat urday. The Misses Daisy Osborn and Myr tle Clark went to Muncie Saturday to visit relatives. Marsh Lindsey thrashed his crop of wheat Saturday afternoon. It was the first Job of this season for Perry town ship. Amea Edwards and Deck Haxton arrived from Richmond Saturday ev ening in the latter's auto. The Etude club was entertained by Mrs. Gall Cain Saturday afternoon at her beautiful country home three miles southwest of town. Plenty of music with social chat and dainty re freshments were enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Schellybarger were swooped down on Saturday evening by the well arranged Social White Cap league and were treated royally by the members with ice cream and cake. The Misses Addie and Mae Nichol son, of Sugar Grove spent Saturday in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle and children Charles and Ruth were guests of relatives in Hagerstown Saturday night. Rev. Lee Chamness and wife have gone over in Ohio for a few days visit. A Mr. Dennis of Muncie was here Saturday looking after the Interest of the White River Creamery Co. Mrs. Jennie- Williams of Hartford City arrived here Saturday afternoon to be the summer guest of relatives. Some ladies from near Carlos City were here shopping Saturday. Mrs. Raymond Daugherty and son Ernest and the Misses Mabel Hunni cutt, Hu'.da Haxton and Hazel Haxton were out driving east of town Satur day evening. Friends Monthly Meeting was held here Saturday. " Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hunnicott had as their dinner guests, Mr. and Mra. Wal ter BuBicott and dauchur. EATOfl. CH10. Eaton, O.. July 20. Hon, P. A. Sav ior, of West Alexandria, has been as sistant prosecutor to temporarily act in the, prosecution of Harry Rifer mur derer of Mrs. Lida Gllmore Griswold, now on trial in the common pleas court. County Prosecutor Hugh R. Gilmore was a brother to Mrs. Gris wold, and hence will not represent the state In the matter. A meeting of the members of the Preble County Republican Executive committee was held in Eaton, Satur day, and much business and prelimi nary arrangements for the coming September election were discussed. B. 8. Davis, of New Paris, was recom mended for appointment to County Board of Deputy State Supervisors of Elections. C. A. Hawley, also of New Paris, received the endorsement of the committee for a member of the board of County Pension Examiners.- Mrs. Mary Benham, wife of I. P. Benham, of West Florence died last Friday at their home afterfa lingering Illness from Bright's disease and oth er complications. Mrs. Benham was aged about 45 years. She is survived by nine children, all of whom are grown. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Concord, conduct ed by the Rev. Henry Crampton, of Eaton. Joseph Lugar, formerly owner of the Lugar shows, returned to Eaton Satur day from Tennessee, where he had been taking treatment in a health re sort. Charles W. Bloom, of New Paris, was an Eaton business visitor last Saturday. Ex-representative R. E. Morrow of Campbellstown, spent Saturday after noon in Eaton. Joe Gilmore, of Hamilton, and Jas R. Gilmore, of Hamilton, spent Sun day with their parents, Judge Janes A. and Mrs. Gilmore. Walter McCabe, of Dayton, spent Sunday with his brother, H. P. Mc Cabe and family. Misses Laura Hoover and Lulu Hampton, of Richmond, spent Sunday with Miss Dessie Swlhart. Mr. andi Mrs. Ed Shaffer spent Sat urday evening In Richmond. Mrs. F. M. Greene and Mrs. R. C. Greene and son spent today in Rich mond with the former's son, E. C. Greene and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Tyrrell have gone to Miami Valley Chautauqua for an outing. The regular meeting of the members of the city council will be held tonight in the citybuilding. Mr. and Mrs. Leonid as Disher, of Lewisburg, spent Saturday with Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Gray. Joe C. Murphy and Raymond Horn beck of West Alexandria, transacted business in Eaton, Saturday afternoon Ora Acton, Republican, wants to en ter the race for the marshalship of Eaton, and accordingly is circulating a petition to secure' the signatures of the required number of . voters speci fied by law. John W. Harris, Demo crat, the present incumbent, and J. Wesley Longman, Republican, also are after the office. A Night Aider's Raid. The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your bed to rob you of rest. - Not so with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They never distress or Inconvenience, but always cleanse the system, curing Colds, Headache, Constipation, Ma laria, 25c. at A. G. Luken & Co. GREENSFORK. IND. Greensfork, Ind., July 20. Mrs. Florence Snyder and daughter have returned to their home in Indianapolis after a several weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Byrd. Dan Medearls of Centerville was transacting business here, Saturday. Mr. Bennett of Blountsville has been the guest of his son. Rev. Ben nett and wife. Mrs. Mary Brown has returned from a visit with relatives at Centerville, Rev. Speckein filled his regular ap pointment at the M. E. church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Nicholson spent Sunday in Richmond. Rev. Bundy preached at the Friends' church Sunday morning. Mrs. Mary Ann Lamb is visiting tier son. Oscar and family at Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Harry King were guests of relatives in Richmond, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Shaffer of Wll liaroeburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wise. Mrs. Sue Gaylor of Richmond, spent Sunday at home. Mlas Elite Wilson spent Saturday with relatives in Richmond. Frank Allen of Hagerstown' was transacting business here Monday. Misses Let tie, Katie and Nona Bak er of Winchester are guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Lettie Baker. Frank Land of Richmond spent Sat urday here on business. Misses Julia Ellis and Mary Ragen spent Sunday In Cincinnati. Harris & Co. shipped a car load of cattle to eastern market Saturday. Three of the old district school houses were sold at public auction Saturday. . Frank Land, of Richmond, purchas ed the Fairfield school house for $401 William McLaughlin purchased the Horney school house for $170.00, and James Scruggs the Frog Pond school house for $20000. Mrs. William Byrd and daughter Carrie, entertained Friday afternoon. at a picnic in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Florence Snyder, of Indianapolis. Those present were: Mesdames Ham Squires, Fred Cain, Tom Ounckle, Charley Cummins, Harry Fagan, Flo rence Blah. Lute Hatfield. Abner Gun cKL, John Linderman. Lark: Hoover. Rice Miller, Ed. Hatfield; Misses Mable Squires, Hasle Hatfield. Marie Hoover, Tbeodoeia McDevltt, Jene Brookehira. Edith Hatfield, Agnes Cain. Freda Sny der. Glenn Gunckle. Francis Gunckle and Florence Linderman. An elegant supper was served on the lawn Mrs. Belle Pickett has returned from a visit with relatives at New Castle. 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Hollansburg, Ohio, July 20. Mrs. Rolls Pitman of Rapid City, Michigan, is visiting relatives in this place and vicinity. Claude Locks snd family of Indian apolis, Indiana, were called here Sat urday evening on account of the ser ious condition of his grandfather, K. T. Locke. Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes, of Lynn, Indiana, visited their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Thompson here, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Buckingham at tended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Thom as, at Arba, Indiana, Sunday. Ernest Jones and family, of Lynn, Indiana, visited over Sunday with Os car Anderson and family. Mr. and Mas. P. L Turner. Ora Turn er and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brumbaugh, of Greenville, Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Turner, Sunday. Mr. and Mra. C E. Fulkerson and daughter, are spending torn week at Franklin, Ohio, attending the Chautau qua. Mrs. Laura Thompsoih Is acting cashier of the bank during the absence of Mr. Fulkerson. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Harley were vis itors to Greenville. Ohio, Monday. Mr. Will Brandon of Ansonia. was the guest of Amos Jones and family over Sunday. C Dl Thompson will move his fam ily and household effects from Green ville to this place in the near future. Mr. K. T. Locks, who had been sick for several weeks with a complication of ailments, died at his home here Sunday. Ho was about seventy-six years of age and bad been a resident of this place for a long time, and was regarded as one of our most upright and substantial citizens. His passing away is a source of regret to a large circle of friends and acquaintance. Funeral services conducted by Rev. C. W. Hoeffer at the Christian church Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock. Misses Neva Irelan and Haxel White are spending the week with relatives at West Manchester. Ohio. E. W. Snyder of Little Falls. N. representing the Case Cutlery company was calling on the Wolf Hardware company Monday. Foley's Honey and "ar not only stops chronic coughs that weaken the constitution and develop Into sumption, but heals and strengthen the lungs. It affords comfort and relief In the worst cases of chronic lnufclH, utkmi tiav fiajaaw - aaj aUikwaJkCe. if jyfecj Pfqq c3 fot UL K Cofco WEzzy CIc, Cc CIsss. C!ccd Cbsc3. Are Ccred PerftcCy L7 UIe - !vt:3 Prcpsrcd 1st Tcr Css. AO I7t Wife. bowels and all stomach and troubles are cured in a harmless way by these great, natural, bealth-givtag Little Graina of Life. Health is restored and life ia pro longed by these wonderful life-giving Little Curo Grains to an extent tan heard of since the days of the Patri archs. There is no earthly reason why anyone should not live to the great age of one hundred yearn or ov er, as he did In years gone by. If he keeps his body In a perfect eonsStfoa of health in a natural way, as ho eaa do by using Little Curo Grains of Life, combination three coarse treat ment prepared for each tsjfilvtgail disease. It yon are suffering, from any dis tressing and dangerous slseasoa like Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Goes, Kftgney Disease, Anemia, ConsUpaCsn, ma. Pimples, Blood Dtsaaei of the Stomach or Bowels, Headache, Nervousness or Nervous Debility snd will send us a fear ataraps to help pay postage and pas Ing. wo will send yon at once a fifty osnt pack age of these wonderful Lltae Grains of Life absolutely free, all eoarges prepaid. It will be worth more to than anything that money nasals. 1 hay. Delay will gain you nothing, day. v ' to O Catarrh o P O Anemia n Blood Olt O Insomnia O. Nervous Debility Street No. State AND WRITE PLAINLY NEW PARIS, 0. . : New Paris. O., July 20. Miss Olen na Taylor Is nursing in -Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krelter of Washington. D. C, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Ella Bloom. Mrs. Albert Fudge spent Sunday at Dayton. , . Miss Bernlce Horner spent from Fri day until Sunday with her sister Elma at Oxford. O. " Mrs. Noggle and daughter Florence returned home from Louisville Satur day after several weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Smith. Miss Julia Marriman and Cells ttun gavtn spent 8unday In Xenta. Mrs. Dr. Harris and sister. Miss Hopp are spending a few days at Bed ford. Ind. " Miss Laura Kemp and Onda Lsrsh of Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here. Miss Roxie McKee and Miss Mar garet Bonn expect to leave the last of this week for Evansville. There they will meet an excursion party and make the trip to Mammoth Care by water. Miss Orpha Brandenburg spent Sun day with Miss Edna and Blanche MltchelL Misses Alberta and Selena Raney returned home Saturday from Port land, where they have been visiting their grandparents this summer. Mrs. James Paul of Ludlow. Ky, and Mrs. 0DonnelI of Kirk wood. Mo, spent Sunday with Mike ODonneH. Mr. Peter Hughes or Dayton spent Sunday here. Miss Mabel Cox of West Alexandria spent 8onday with Miss Mae Young. Mrs. Jake Mauck of Dayton. Mrs. Hettie Fleming of Richmond and Km, Nancy Middaugh of Dayton were Sun day guests of Mrs. Mary The Mr. and Mrs. Earl Penes left day for their homo at SheridaawUle, Pa. They will be sootmrpsniod by Mrs. Martha Clark and Ralph Pen land making the trip by the wsay of Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slorp entertain ed Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roin belmer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy KJlboorae. Mr. snd Mrs. Edgar Reinbeimer and family, Harry and MaTgaret Bonn and Russell Reinhelmer. Miss Edna and Blanche Mitchell en tertained several of the young people at their home Saturday evening. Those present were Misses Onda Larsh. Laura Kemp. Margaret Bonn, Eva Miller and Orpha Brssenberg: Messrs. Harry Bonn. Ray McCtars) and Wesley Prather. Everyone would no benefited by taking Foley's Orino Laxative for stomach and liver trouble and habi tual constipation. It sweetens the stomach and breath, gently stimulates the liver and regulates the bowels and is much superior to pills and or dinary laxatives. Why not try Foley's Orino Laxative today? A. CL Lake Co. - -- : ,. .