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-THE RICHMOND PAIXiADIUM AND SUN-TELEGR AM, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1909.
PAGE TMTinK. EATOD'S 59TII FAIR Will OPEII MOIIDir Kid Conner and French Countess News of Surrounding Towns Final Details Made, and Only Good Weather Needed For Successful Week. TEACHERS' MEETING ENDS C. H. MOSES OF GRATIS, ELECTED PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION TERRIBLE LONG SENTENCE OF LONE PRISONER. Eaton, O., Sept 11. The fifty-ninth annual fair of the Preble County Agri cultural society, will be opened at Ea ton next Monday. Practically all the final details for the meeting have been completed and the event gives promise of being one of the most successful ever held since the organization of the society. The following officers were chosen Friday morning by the Preble County Teachers' association to serve during the ensuing year: President Charles H. Moses, Gratis. Vice President O. P. Klmmel, Eaton. Secretary Miss Goldie Trunck, Ea ton. Executive committee C R. Coblentz, Campbellstown. Other members of this committee are M. M. Letter, of Lewisburg and L. D. Bruse, of West Alexandria. Preble County's jail now contain but one inmate, William Butler, who was committed there by Judge Fisher for the illegal selling of whiskey. But ler was assessed a fine of ?15 and costs and sent to jail until "such fine and costs were paid, or otherwise re leased according to law." Such a commitment might keep the man there for a lifetime, were it not in the province of the county commission ers to order his release. These offi cials have not as yet seen fit to rec ommend his discharge, an dare appar ently in no hurry to consider his case. Butler has been confined for 45 days And though he is anxious to get out. still his release appears to be a matter of remote conjecture. The senior ball team from the St. Mary's Military institute, Dayton, will contest with the Eaton team Sunday afternoon on the local grounds, south of Eaton. SHORT PER80NAL NOTES. Sam F, Dana, of Dayton, was an Ea ton visitor Friday. Louis E. Murray has arranged to give two select dances at the armory hall on Thursday and Friday nights of next weekr "-"7 " The Rev. C. H. Haines of Macon. Ga., a former pastor of the St. Paul's M. E. church, spent Thursday in Eaton with old acquaintances. Mr. and Mtrs. John A. Rhinehart, of Lewisburg, will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 9. Fisher and family next week. William Wyatt of Elwood, Ind., will Visit friends in Eaton next week. Mrs. William Troxell, Miss Eva Henry and Miss Setta Troxell, of Ger xnantown, will be guests of Mrs. Alma iWatkins, part of next week. Miss Bess Dowty returned to Hamil ton Friday, after a week's visit here with Miss Madge Kline. Miss. Elisabeth Tillman, of New Paris, was a visitor in Eaton Friday. Miss Setta M. Troxell of German town, will spend Sunday with Eaton friends. RAW AND SCALY Itched and Burned Terribly Arms Affected, Too Could Not Move Thumbs Without Flesh Cracking Sleep and Work Often Impossible-Was Fairly Worn Out. CUTICURA SOON CURED HIS FEARFUL ECZEMA "About a year ago an itching humor began to appear around the back of my . hand. It started in to spread, and pretty soon it covered both my hands and got up over my wrists and even up to the elbows. The itching and burning were terrible. My hands got all scaly and when I scratched, as I was doing a good part of the time, the urface would be covered with blisters and then get raw. The ecaema got so bad in around the pit of my thumbs that I could not move the thumbs without deep cracks appearing. I went to my doctor, but his medicine could only stop the itching and did not seem to heal my hands up at all. At night I suffered so fearfully that I could no. sleep, often lying awake until well toward morning, then waking up still tired. I am a chef and steward by trade and I had to give up my place, as my hands were so terrible to look at that they did not like to have me around about the food. I could not bear to touch them with water, but when I positively had to get my hands clean I would rub them with oil. "This sort of business went on for three months and I kept trying sine and tar ointments and such remedies with no particular benefit. I did not know what to do, for I was fairly worn, put. For a long time several friends kept asking me why X didn't use Cuti pura and at last I thought I would. First I got the Cuticura Soap, then Cuticura Ointment and at last Cuticura , BeseJvent. I put the Cuticura Oint ment on at night, covering my hands with hgbt cotton gloves. In the morn ing the inside of the gloves would be , lined with scales, sometimes half as long as your finger, leaving nice healed places where the scales had been. In month I was cured and have kept so now for nine months. My hands and arms are perfectly dear of all traces of ecaema and I think I am well rid of it. Walter H. Cox. 1ft Somerset St Bos ton, Mass. Sept. 25. 1908." US MM h ri ;l -vkTtQ 4 iV vyV flli 1" ' "The Red -Mill" which appeared at the Gennett this afternoon pleased a good sized crowd. Th show wiil be given again tonight. "The Man of the Hour." Nothing succeeds like, success, and this is once more demonstrated in the case of George Broadhurst's "The Man of the Hour," which is now in its fourth successful year and which comes to the Gennett next Wednesday afternoon and night. The secret of the success that has attended "The Man of the Hour" is really not hard to find. We have had the so-called problem plays, based on theories and expounded into arguments. They soon wearied us. We have had, too, the sensational melodrama, and the hodge podge farce comedy We soon lost interest in them. What we shall never tire of, however, is a clean and wholesome story put together in such a way that each character, as revealed will be a photograph of real life. There are things in "The Man of the hour" which make the higher life at tractive, broaden the mind, enlarge the heart, soothe the soul and open the field for the true enjoyment of life and the things which do not harm our fellow man. Plays of this sort are doing good work and their popularity ACTOR AGE LIMIT BADLY VIOLATED Some Three Score Years and Ten Tried to Take Kiddish Role of Sweet M'Liss. SHOW A LUDICROUS AFFAIR SMALL AUDIENCE SEES BRET HARTE'S CREDITABLE PRODUC TION SLAUGHTERED BY AN IN FERIOR COMPANY. If the show, "M'Liss," presented at the Gennett theater last night, with Miss Nellie McHenry in the title role, is a fair sample of the kind of shows the management of that theater is go ing to offer the amusement loving pub lic of Richmond the coming winter, it is probable that the poor public will not survive the shock long. In the first place, the entire company was, perhaps, the poorest that has been seen Appearing at New : Miss Bessie Sheldon and F. D. McMuHen, principals la the Yonder Stock Company which opened at the New Phillips this afternoon. proves that the influence of the stage can be for good as readily as for evil. "Red Mill" Pleased. "The Red Mill" pleased a large au dience this afternoon at the Gennett This Is the first time that children have had an opportunity of seeing a matinee of a comic opera and to say that they enjoyed it is to put it mildly. The. little Dutch Kiddies received en core after encore. The coBtumes and scenery are all fresh, starting in at the beginning of the season. Bert Swor and Franker Woods are two clever comedians and their various disguises met with big receptions. STOCK COMPANY OPENS. Starting with a matinee today the Youder Stock Co., will present for their opening play the original version and production of "At Cozy Corners." There will be vaudeville, moving pic tures and the usual specialties. Mat inees will be given on Wednesday and Satrday. All seats 10 cents; evenings 10, 15 and 20 cents. Reserved seats are now on sale at the box office for the entire week. The first twenty-five ladies in line tonight will be admitted free. in this .ity for several years at least. It was absolutely pathetic to see one of the age of "Jolly" Nellie McHenry at tempt to assume a kiddish part and appear coy and coquettish. Perhaps there was a time, long years ago, when she was fairly successful in that sort of thing, but the time has long passed and the mere handful of persons who witnessed the performance last even ing was painfully aware of this fact. The Plot Is Excellent. The plot of "M'Liss," is an excellent one, and with a good company to put it on, is well worth seeing. But to see it butchered as it was last night would positively bring tears to a pair of glass eyes, and cause the public to sit up and wonder how the management can pos sible be hoodwinked into presenting this play before the people and accept ing real money for it. It is decidedly in the ten," twenty and thirty cent class and there have been stock companies here this season presenting much bet ter plays. Many people delude themselves by saying, "It will wear away," when they notice symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble. This is a mistake. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy and stop the drain on the vitality. It cures backache, rheumatism, kidney and bladder trouble, and makes every trace of pain, weakness, and urinary trouble disappear. A. G. Luken & Co. Phillips Theater in iiiemi 1 1 n.iiiillti aiMMSaM HAGERSTOWN. 1N0. Hagerstown, Ind., Sept. 11. Earl Brown and family have moved te Joe Teetors property at HaytL Oliver Rowe will occupy the house vacated by Brown. Mrs. Otho Williams has been very ilL Mrs. John Wimmer was taken to In dianapolis Thursday to Eastman's hos pital, where she will undergo an oper ation next week for a tumor. Mrs. John Geisler, Jr., was called to New Castle by the illness of her moth er, Mrs. Mary Wimings. Mrs. Delia Rudy spent this week among friends and relatives at Indian apolis. , Mrs. John Teetor visited friends at Indianapolis this week. Mrs. Elwood Lawson of New Castle spent the day Thursday here with her mother, Mrs. Ann Dilling. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray and son of Richmond, were guests Thursday of Thos. Murray and family. 1 Miss Ada WTisehart returned to An derson Thursday evening after a visit with her grand parents. Eli Wisehart and wife, and Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Har ter. Mrs. Anna Green went to New Castle Thursday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones. Miss Neva Deardorff spent this week the guest of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Deardorff, who is matron of the Y. M. C. A. building at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bond and two children of Richmond, were guests of Prof, and Mrs. Clark Wissler Thurs day, at the home of Mrs. Amanda Gep hart. The Woman's Missionary Society of the M. E. church met this week at the home of miss Ethel Harter on W. Main street. Among those visiting the state fair this week were Alex Stonecipher, Peter Wrise, John D. Hoover, T. L. McCon aughy, J. M. Hartley, Ed Petre, Mr. and Mrs. James Bagford. The reunion of the Pressel family will be held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cramer, near Mill ville. Rev. Powers, of Dayton, Ohio, pas tor of the Christian church, will preach his last sermon for the year Sunday. Mr. Powers will probably be secured for the coming year. Mrs. Thad. McCown spent Friday with friends at Richmond. Mrs. Rice Miller of Greensfork, spent a part of the week here with her sister, Mrs. Harley wenoow ana others. - . , -1 V 4 .... Mrs. Loren Heimsmg ana ububuwi Gladys, were guests Thursday of rela tives at Cambridge City. Mrs. Cordelia Scott spent a few days this week with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Newcomb and family, at In dianapolis. Moses Forest is building a new house on his farm, three miles east of town. Harley Benbow Is recovering from a siege of malarial fever. Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Wycoff are spending ten days visiting northern points of Interest. Solomon Miller is visiting relatives for two weeks at Tipton, Ind. Miss Helen Jameson of Richmond, was the truest of her grandmother. Mm. u..n(iini TUildridee. a part of the The new house of Dave Werking in the northwest part of town, is nearly completed and will soon be ready for their occupancy. Dr. Abernefiy, the great English physician, said "Watch your kidneys. When they are Vffected, life is in dan- r Folev's Kidney Remedy makes healthy kidne,ys, corrects urinary ir regularities.ind tones up the whole svstem. AG. Luken & co. GREENSFORK, IND. Greensfork, Ind., Sept. lL Mrs. Rice Miller was called to Hagerstown recently on account of the illness of har hrother-in-law. Harley BenDow, who haa typhoid fever. Pierson Bain has rented the Oliver Wilson farm northwest of town and will move there in the near future. Thos. Tarbleson's mother is his miest. while Mrs. Tarkleeon and 6on George are spending a few weeks at Petoskey, Mich-, on account of her son havin hay fever. They will not return until next month. Florence Boyd and eon Horace, came back from Elwood Thursday and reoorts that his brother John is still in a serious condition. He doubts his recovery. E. B. Reynolds of Hagerstown and Mrs. Mary Brown, Lizzie Floyd and Maria Underbill were guests of Mr, and Mrs. James W. Martindale, Thurs day. Mr. MiHs of Atlantic Iowa, was the guest of Harmon Davis and family Thursday. He was a former neigh bor of Harmon's in Delaware county monv years ago. This was his first visit in Greensfork since 1865. HEALTH AMD BEAUTY AID Cosmetics sanfl lotions will not clear your compleuon of pimples and blotches like Faleys Orino Laxative, for indigestion, stomach, and liver trouble and habitual constipation. Cleanses y the system and is pleasant to take. A. G. Luken it Co. CENTER VI LLE. IND. Centerville, Ind, SepL 11. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Clevenger. of Center ville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clevenger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dodd ridge, Mrs. Nancy Ranck, Miss Ethel Ranck all of Doddridge attended the wedding at Indianapolis on Wednes day of Miss Iva R. Ranck and Mr. El mer J. Klingensmith. Mrs. Lydia C Jay is spending sev eral days with relatives at Dublin. T. G. Dunbar returned Thursday from Indianapolis where he had gone to attend the postmasters convention. Mr. and Mrs. J W. Home and daughter Miss Geneve entertained few days this week Mr. Earl F. Heta- ler of Germantown, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. George Home of Farmland, Ind. Mrs. M. A. Brown and Miss Mode Brown spent Wednesday and Thurs day with Mrs. Phebe Brown and other relatives at Dublin. Ralph Stevens of Richmond was the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stevens and family. Mrs. Dora Mendenhall was the guest at dinner on Thursday of Mrs. G. A. Mendenhall at, Richmond. Mrs. G. A. Mendenhall is entertaining as house guests Mrs. Mina Larsh and her daughter Miss Mamie of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dunbar are visit ing relatives at Noblesville and other places in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Frailer who have taken charge of the telephone office have moved from Plum street into the rooms which adjoin the office. Mrs. Frank Scott gave a dinner on Friday for the Misses Iris and Lillian Scott of Dayton. O.. Miss Letha Dun bar and Julian Dunbar. Mrs. Nannie Dynes and her grand son Donald Dynes of Indianapolis are visiting John F. Dynes and family. Mrs. Bertha Dunbar entertained re cently Miss Katherine Dunlap of In dianapolis. The reunion of the Helms family will be held on Saturday at Jackson park. WARNING Do not be persuaded into taking anything but Fole'sHoney and Tar fever, asthma andlung trouble, as it stops the cough aid heals the lungs. A. G. Luken 4fe Co. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., Sept. 11. Miss Kate Gohring of Hagerstown, visited her sister, Mrs. David Harter. Thursday. Miss Helen Alexander, who has been the guest of W. D. Wagar and family, returned to her home in Indianapolis yesterday. Bert Redding has returned to Bluff- ton after having spent several days in this place. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlatt of Straughns, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lembarger, Friday. The Daughters of Rebekah held their second annual picnic at Jackson's park Thursday. A good representation of the membership was in attendance. The day was spent in a social manner, the dinner, served at noon, was not the least enjoyable part of the day's pro gram. Miss Louise Rudolph, of Oldenburg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Ebert, Friday. Prof. Robert Brooks, and sister. Miss Bessie, went to Indianapolis yester day to see Hanlon's Superba, which Is presented in that city this week. Mrs. Bert King of Anderson, is a vis itor in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Shidler. Miss Maud Drischel has returned to Indianapolis after a visit with her father, Daniel Drischel, and other rela tives in this place. Mrs. H. E. Penny and daugher, Jean, of Richmond, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Live'-', Friday. John Hazelrigg attended the state fair, Thursday. The Woman's Home Missionary so ciety held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. T. E. Frazer, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. B. Allen led the devotional exercises. Mrs. T. B. Fra zer read a paper bringing out the pur pose of the society, the uplift of life in general, and dealing with the home as the well spring of society. In the ab sence of Mrs. John Judklns she also showed what had been accomplished by the various departments of the work, from the Mother's Jewels, the Home Guards, up to the work of the adult society. Rev. J. E. Coffin gave an Interesting talk on the Toung Peo ple's Movement in the cause, showing that all interests start from the insti tution, the Home. Mrs. Raymond Ferguson, and sons Olin and Paul, went to Indianapolis yesterday to remain over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ferguson. Mrs. Charles Kneise spent Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Beeson of Milton. A NARROW ESCAPE. Edgar N. Bayliss, a merchant of Robinsonville, DeL wrote: "About two years ago I was thin and sick, and coughed all the, time and If I did not have consumption it was near to it. I commenced using Foley's Honey and Tar, and it stopped my cough, and I am nbw entirely well, and have gained twenty-eight pounds, all due to the good results from taking Foley's Honey and Tar." A. G. Luken & Co. MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., SepL 11. Mrs. George Allee and children who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Keever return ed to Wilkinson, today. Mrs. Mary Elliott of Indianapolis is visiting her niece. Miss Nora Camp belL She Is the widow of the late P. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Null of Bee son's station came yesterday. They will move here soon. W. H. Brown has returned from In dianapolis. Mrs. Brown remained to visit relatives. Mrs. John Schepman and children have returned from Columbus, where they spent several weeks. Linville Ferguson will leave In a few days for Bloom! ngton to enter the Indiana university. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hess have re turned from a visit with friends at In dianapolis. Mrs. Will Wallace and daughter. Miss Edna Wallace were visiting friends at Richmond and shopping Thursday. Sunday services at the Christian church: Sunday school at 9:15 a- m. The Rev. F. A. Scott will preach morning and evening: The morning sermon will be "Modern Scales. That of the evening. The New Birth." ELECTRO DRW Throws all its Mat right dawn at the bottom of the Iron. -It doesn't host your hand and the whole room. Its heating element, is replacable. It only costs 4 and will pay for itself many times over In a year. Saves energy, time, money. JONES The Endeavor society will meet at its usual hour before preaching service. Mrs. George Dowhower attended the D. of R. Ladies Aid society picnic oi Cambridge City, at Jackson's Park, Thursday. Jesse Matthews of Centerville. ac companied his grandmother, Mrs. Needham, home yesterday. v George Baker, of Brookville. who was recently at Frankfort and Indiana polis, is now spending a few days with his sisters, Mrs. L. E. Ward and Mar tha Baker. Mesdames Mary St. Clair and Hattie Heist attended the funeral of the late Jacob Condo, of East Germantown. this morning. The services were held at the Evangelist church. Mrs. Ed Schepman has returned from Columbus, where she was at tending the bedside of the sick baby of her niece. Mrs. Golden. Mesdames Iawrence Wissler. Alvin Lowery and Miss Ruby Kellam were Cambridge City callers, yesterday. This is the first time Mrs. Wissler has been out since her return from the hospital, at Indianapolis. Mesdames Will Laudlc of Hagers town. Harrison Hicks. Alice Wiggans and Miss Metta Hicks, spent Thurs day with Mrs. Geo. Keever. Mr. and Mrs. Will Filby, Mr. and Mrs. Deck visited Mr. and Mrs. Ells worth Filby at Richmond, yesterday. Miss Inez Lockhart, of Connersville, Is visiting at Jesse Moore's. Miss Charlotte Newman, of Cam bridge City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Newman Atkinson and family at In dianapolis. Miss Napier is home from Richmond on a vacation. TESTIFIES AFTER FOUR YEARS Carlisle Center, N. Y., G. B. Burhans, writes: "Abouft four years ago I wrote you that I had veen entirely cured of kidney trouble by taking two bottles of Foley's KidneV Remedy, and after four years I ami again pleased to state that I have never had any re turn of those symptoms, and I am ev idently cured to sty cure 4." Foley's Kidney Remedy will do the same for you. A. G. Luken Co. ECONOm. IND. Economy, Ind.. Sept. 11 Mrs. Damn and daughter of Atlanta, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gwin and friends this week. Mrs. Maude Swain who went to In dianapolis to have an operation per formed is improving nicely since the operation. Wm. McCannles and daughter of Carlos City were here Wednesday. Bert Oler, Joe Morrison and Ernest Replogle are camping and fishing down in Brown county this week. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Oler and daughter Martha have returned to their home in' Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chamness are back from Muncie where they visited a day. Mrs. Miller and daughter-in-law, of Carlos City were here Wednesday aft ernoon. Relatives of Aunt Emily Adlmson who was recently taken back to her home in Muncie on a stretcher, and was very sick while here is not near so well as when she left. Charles D. Hunnicutt left Friday night -for a six weeks' trip through the west. He will make the first stop at Loom Is, Nebraska, where a brother lives. Then the two brothers will visit the Yellowstone Park, then on to Se attle. After doing the "Great Fair they will travel in other Western States. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parker enter tained at the Parker house the follow ing: Mrs. Tilda Martin and her guest. Mrs. R. W. Routh of Richmond; Mr Fudge of Winchester, Nelson Weaver of Dal ton. Mrs. Minnie Beard and her guests. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rich and Miss Lisa Cooper of Modoc: Will Swain Mr. Howard and Mr. Bradbury of Richmond. Miss Lois Macey, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macey of West River, is boarding at the Parker house and attending school here. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cheesman of West River attended the State fair. Mt. and Mrs. Caleb Fenimore of NEW PHILLIP'G THEATRE 4 Nights, Commencing. SATURDAY KATuSE, a-IE2I UG. Popular Matinee Wed. and Sat. 20 cents. Ladies admitted free Monday nnd Thursday nights usual conditions. First 25 Ladies in Line Tonight Will Be Admitted Free. THOS Muncie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fenimore of Carlos City. Thursday. - Rev. Mahlon Chamness of Franklin is visiting A. W. Cnamness and family. Rev. Fred Green street of GreenfleM was here Thursday paying a farewell visit to friends and relatives before departing for Boston where he will take a special course In theology. James Jackson received word Thurs day evening that his wife's mother, Mrs. Trueblood. of Eden, was dead. Miss Martha Weyl of Richmond, Is visiting Mt. and Mrs. Lewis Weyl. Morris Ballenger was visiting Car. los City relatives today. In the last year Ohent, Belgium, exported to the United States rabbit skins valued at nearly a million and a halt. All kinds of furs for may lady. DR. L S. CHENOWETH Dentist. Now on vacation; will be In New Offices In Murray Theater Bldg.. Oct.- 15. Cor. 10th Main Sta. Pesiavdjr.. $1S Vtlrtj. Noiscac NO LESS raws 710 Rlcbciosd Lodes Loyal Orter mi MOOSE Now Forsnlata Charter Members Accepted. $5.00. "Moose" pay $7.00 a week, sick or accident; $100.00 burial fund. Free medical at tendance for members and fam ily. FINEST CLUB AND LODGE FEATURES. Richmond. Ind. 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