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THE RICHMOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUN TELEGRA3I, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1910. News of Surrounding Towns GREENSFORK. 1ND. Greensfork, Ind., March 3. Mrs. Florence Snyder and daughter Freda of Indianapolis are guests of her par ents, Mr, and Mrs. William Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. Will Roller attended the funeral services of Mrs. J. M. Coe in Richmond, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter are remov ing from Indianapolis to their farm east of town. A. T. Ballcnger of Williamsburg was transacting business here Tuesday. The; funeral services of Charles Ta pey were held a the home of his par ents .south of town Monday morning. Services conducted by Rev. Bennett. Interment at Dublin. Mrs. Sue Gaylor returned to Rich mond Monday after spending a few days at home. Jesse and Mias Carrie Byrd have re turned from a two months visit with relatives in Missouri. Miss Minnie Long teacher in Jeffer son township, spent Saturday and Sun day with her parents, M. and Mrs. To bias Fink. Miss Lucile Jones has returned home after a two weeks' trip to new Orleans and other southern points. H. W. Dean continues quite sick. Several farmers of this vicinity open ed their sugar camps this week. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roller, of Richmond was brought here for burial Tuesday. The .monthly business meeting of the First National bank was held Tuesday afternoon. The wheat crop iu this vicinity is not very promising. Rev. Bennett will fill his regular ap pointment at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening. A. D. Bond returned from a short visit in Indianapolis Monday. The annual business meeting of the Greensfork Co-Operative Telephone company was held Tuesday. A series of meetings will begin at the M. E. church next Sunday evening. Rev. Speckein will conduct the meet ings until the arrival of Rev. Hobson, about the middle of the week, who will then take charge. Mrs. John Linderman and Mrs. Rice Miller have returned from a visit with relatives at Campbellstown. Tuesday. She received 45 post card remembrances and one letter and a package as her greetings for the day. Mrs. Jas. Napier is again able to get out. Mrs Ann Maupln of Stanardsville, Va., well known in the Doddridge neighborhood, where she spent some time with her daughter, Mrs. Isaac Doddridge, was 72 years old yesterday. She was remembered by relatives and (rienda here. ITCHING ERUPTIONS QUICKLY COOLED Just a few drops of oil of winter green properly compounded in the thymol, glycerinet etc., and applied to the skin will take away instantly the worst kind of an itch. We posi tively know this. The D. D. D. Prescription made at the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago seems to be just the right compound. It sells regularly at one dollar a bot tle, but we have secured a limited number of special bottles for a trial at 25 cents on a special offer, and ad vise you to take advantage of this of fer now, as we do not know how long the Laboratories in Chicago will con tinue the 25 cent offer. We KNOW you can take away that itch TONIGHT. Conkey Drug Company. HILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., March 3. The following program was observed at the W. C. T. U., with Mrs. G. A. Borders. Select reading from the Home Department of the Union Signal, Mrs. William Fer ris; Leaflet on the patent medicine bot tle," Mrs. Chas. Ferris; leaflet on Cig arette Smoking, Miss Carrie Walker. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Sam-Hoshour. Chas. Hale paid $2,30O for the 3t acres of land with Improvements that he recently bought of Jerome Vernon. Mrs. Dan Schuder has returned to Tipton after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beam, and other friends. -Mrs. C. H. Plnnick had a birthday yesterday and the following from Dod dridge Chapel congregation, gave her a surprise: Messrs. and Mesdames D. D. Clevlnger, Isaac Doddridge, M. D. Dod dridge. Richard Spahr, Frank Kordell, Frank Preston, Mesdames Walter Dod dridge Isaiah Doddridge, J. W. Jud kins ot Cambridge City, Sam Wlllitts, Geo. Knoll, Misses Nora Doddridge, Florence Spahr, Serena Wright, Bessie George and Ethel Rarock. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Semlar of Dod dridge vteited thjeir daughter, Mrs. Will Judkins. at Cambridge City, yesterday. A number from the Christian church here will attend the all day Foreign Mission rally at the Christian church in Richmond tomorrow. Mrs. Matthew Garthwaite of Dublin spent Tuesday afternoon with her sis ter, Mrs. Bennett. Timothy Connell was at New Castle on business, yesterday. Frank Doty was at Ft. Wayne yester day on a business trip. Cyrus Phillpott opened his contract for ditching on John L. Manlove's farm yesterday. He has aoo rods to lay. Mrs. J. A. Brown and son have gone to Noblesville to visit relatives. Alvin Lowery was at Ricrxmond Tuesday. Mesdames Elias Hastings of Cam bridge City and Emma Frazee, spent yesterday afternoon with their sister, Mrs. L. R. Gresh. Fred Murley due out two "star" skunks Tuesday while hunting. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Earl Doddridge and family and Miss Bertha Filby have re turned from a visit with Mrs. Dod dridge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Daily, east of town. Mr. Dailey had p. sale of farm products and stock Mon day. Mr. Griffith and son of Oklahoma are visiting the former's brother, Abram Griffith and family. Mrs. O. L. Beeson had a birthday HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown, Ind., March 3. Mrs. Phoebe Rinehart spent Wednesday at Richmond. The Alumni association is rehears ing for a play entitled, "Bound by an Oath." Mrs. Lew Waltz of Anderson came Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. John Teetor. Mr. and Mrs. Add Kiser and family are moving from the Armstrong ten ant farm to the property of Mrs. Eliza Neal on North Perry street. Mrs. Knode Porter went to New Castle, Tuesday evening to visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Burke. Thos. Benbow who has been spend ing the winter with his son Frank at Cincinnati is visiting here. Knode Benbow and wife of Dakota are also here. The death of Mrs. Henry Schultz of paralisis occurred Wednesday at her home near Mooreland. The deceased was a member of the German Baptist church west of Hagerstown. The burial of Ed Baldridge an in mate of the county farm, will be held at West Lawn cemetery. The deceas ed was a former resident of this vicin ity. Jacob Taylor fell on the ice Tues day and fractured his right arm. Miss Mable Teetor of Indianapolis has been spending a few days here. Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. Ap pleton There is an unusual amount of sick ness in the community at the present time. Mrs. Irene Walker spent Wednes day in Richmond the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Land. CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. Cambridge City, Ind., March 3. Mrs. I. N. Falls spent Wednesday in Indian apolis The Friday Night club will not hold the regular meeting this week the last number of the lecture course. The Orpheum Musical Club occurring on that dtte. The next meeting, a social evening, will be with the President, Miss Catherine Callaway, March sev enteenth. Mrs. Amanda Mauk of Columbus, O., is the guest of friends in this city. The Rebeckah Aid Society met with Mrs. Caarles Driggs this afternoon. Miss Ina Hurst is ill with the grippe. The Helen Hunt club met at the home of Mrs. May Borden Monday aft ernoon. Miss Hannah Overbeck gave a reading, by Gervlnus, the great German historian and critic on "The Beauty of Shakespeare," discussing the development of the English language and bringing out the thought that while the average vocabulary is four hundred words, that of Shakespeare was at least twenty-five thousand. Mrs. W. H. Doney, in an excellent paper, which showed both thought and time in the preparation, portrayed the "Motherless Girls of Shakespeare's Dramas," reviewing all the heroines in the dramas studied by the club. Mrs. Harry McCrae of Chicago, came this morning to visit her aunt, Mrs. George Paul. The Wayne Lodge, h O. O. F., No. 17, will hold the annual roll call and social session, Saturday evening of this week. A. A. Sprague of New York, was a Cambridge City visitor Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Brooks and guest, Mrs. J. S. Karr of Sonnersville, spent Wed nesday with friends in Indianapolis. Miss Edith Hiatt of Indianapolis, is spending a few days with friends in this city. WILL HOLD RALLY Meeting of Christian Churches of Two Counties Here Tomorrow. AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM CENTERVILLE. IND. Centerville, Ind., March 3. The Cemetery association will have a meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Hatfield. Mrs. Wickard is seriously ill with pneumonia. The condition of Mr. Walter Mathews who has been threatened with appendicitis, remains unimprov ed. Mr. E. E. Oldaker attended the Nat ional Educational association at India napolis Thursday. Miss Mode Brown has been quite 111 with grippe this week. Mrs. Char les King is teaching in her absence. The "Gigglers Sewing club" met this week with Miss Mary Jackson. Miss Nola Savage spent Wednesday in Richmond the guest of her sister, Mrs. Paul O'Neal. Miss Mary Duke of Williamsburg Is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ras Culbertson. The dance given on Wednesday ev ening in the town hall was a success ful affair. The condition of Mrs. Mary Lynch is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Medearis spent Deafness Cannot Be Cured. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ins of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rum blinfc sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restor ed to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing: but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces. We will grive One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's catarrn ljure. send ror circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Drusrgists, 7.rc. Take Hall's Kamily Pills for constipation. -RUBBER C300F1MG- For many purposes a good prepared Rubber Roofing is prefer able to any other roofing material. Let us show you our line and give you our prices. CAIN LUMBER COMPANY PHQNE 1010. 19 TO 27 S. 11TH ST. Heathen Lands A. McLean. The Work of the Fields Last Tear E. K. Van Winkle. Milton. Twenty-five Years in India M. D. Adams, Bilaspur, India. The Square Deal in Missions R. A. Bennett, Greensfork. Institute Hour Conference on Mis sionary Work and Methods. Question box conducted by the mis sionaries and Pres. McLean. 7:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. A trip around the world with ster eopticon and moving picture views, by A. McLean or M. D. Adams. III0IGES1II. HEARTBURN GAS AIID STOM HEADACHE 60. An all day missionary rally and institute at the First Christian church will be held tomorrow. The Christian congregations of Wayne and Henry counties will assemble here to consid er matters relative to their foreign work. Local churches and their pas-. tors have been invited to share in these meetings, as they are purely educational. Provision has been made for the entertainment of the out-of-; town guests. Dinner and supper will be served at the church. The Rev. Archibald McLean, president of the Foreign Missionary society will have charge of the meetings, and will be as sisted by two returned missionaries. A unique feature of the evening ses sion is an illustrated lecture, using moving picture films. The program is as follows: 10 A. M. to 12 M. Bible Study on Missions, h Pres. A. McLern. of Cincinnati. The Program on Christ L. C. Howe, New Castle. The Heroic Giving Required by the Great Task T. H. Kuhn, Richmond. My Work on the Congo R. Ray El dfed, Longa, Africa Excuses for not Supporting Foreign Missions Dr. J. A. Walls, Richmond. Information, The Crying Need Mrs. Nettie V. Traum, Richmond. Study of the fields and work with maps and charts. 2 P. M. to 4 P. M. 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