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THE RICH3IOXD PALLADIUM .AND. SUX-TELEGRAM, MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1910.
PAGE SEVE Branch Offices, Branch offices are located In every part of the city and county towns. Leave your want ad with the one nearest you. Rates are the same. WANTED. WANTEDTo buy a modern dwell ing, one located near Court House preferred. Call phone 2026. 15-7t WAlsrfil Your old carpets, any klnd; order now for spring delivery 'or earlier. Phone E. B. Spencer, 1005, Rep. of the AshJIan Bros. Rug Co. of Indianapolis. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address 48 South 10th Street, Richmond. 15-3t wTNTEDbctflber fit Palladium. Leave at Palladium office. Wanted Everybody to use Routh'a Air Pres sure on their bicycle tires. 160 FT. WAYNE AVE. 12-7t WANTED Roomers at 323 N. 14th. Furnace, bath and electric light. ll-7t WXnTED Good solicitors. Apply National Products Co., Cor. Sth and South A Sts. septl7-lmo WANTEDWe want immediately a good solicitor to represent us In this territory. Good position for a buatler. Full Information on re quest. Hooker, Wyman & Co., Ro chester, N. Y. OC&-16-23 no 6 WANTED Pin boys; must teen. City Bowling Alley. WANTEDIrlfor general work; 410 N. 9th. be six- 23-tf house-10-tf "Phone 8-tf WANTED Hot air furnace. 2370. WVa TED Bread baker at 8 St. s. Uth 7-tf WANTED You to go to Murray Bil liard parlors for recreatira. 12-tf WANTED Young men to assist in erection of steel lockers at Garfield school. Ask for Mr. Drummond. 16-2t WANTED We pay cash for second hand base burners; 1029 Main St. Phone 1014; Richmond Plating Co. sun-wed-sat-2 wks WANT?; D To repair your baby cabs, furniture, bicycles and all kinds of repair- work. We also do picture frsmUc Brown 4k Darnell, 1022 Main. Phone 1936. 18-tf WANTED If you want money in place of your city property or farm, gr right to Porterfield's Real Es tate office, Kelley Block, Sth and Main. - ll-tf WANTED Six canvassers. Apply H. E. Becraft, Central hotel. Main street. . 16-2t : EATOH. OHIO. . Eaton, O., Oct 17. Following five years' successful pastorate of the Church of Visitation, the Rev. Father D. M. Hclpln has been transferred to Sr. Mary's Catholic church In Cin cinnati. He will leave at once to as sume hie new charge. During his resi dence in Eaton the Rev. Hal pin has made many warm friends In and out of his church, and his removal from Eaton Is a cause for genuine regret lis will be succeeded by the Rer. Father James Qulnn, who has been as sistant pastor of St Raphael's Cath olic church at Springfield. Millard Clear was the victim of a rerjr pleassnt surprise Sunday, a num ber of friends and relatives assembl ing at his Hubbell street home to commemorate the 62nd anniversary of his birth. A pleasant time was had by all and Mr. Clear was the recipient of many handsome and useful pres ents. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Krelmeler, Mr.' and Mrs. William Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Henham; Mr. and Mrs. William Welaslnger and Mr. and Mrs. William Schults, all of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Clear and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flshback and children of Eaton. William Fisher, a plumber employ ed by Paddock brothers, suffered a painful Injury to his foot Saturday af ternoon In an alley at the rear of the Mrs. Theressa . Herllch residence on Main street where he was caught by a cave-In In a deep ditch. Fellow workmen extricated Fisher and he was able to go borne unassisted. Accepting the proposition of the Ohio ' State Highway Commission, Washington township Is soon to have one mile of model highway, the coun ty commissioners at a recent meet ing deciding to Improve the. Eaton and Sugar Valley turnpike after the plans laid down by the commission. The Improvement, which will cost In the neighborhood of $12,000. will be paid for one-half by the state, one fourth by the township and one-fourth by the owners of the abutting prop erty. This Is the first real activity that has been taken by Preble coun tlaui toward the complete rejuvena tion of her highways. J. Martin Yost principal of the Eat on schools st the south building, has been arrested on a charge of assanlt and battery preferred by Sheriff Wil liam 8. Boner, who claims the peda gogue unmercifully and without cause chastised his 13 year old son. Hobart a few, days since. Yost has been ad mitted to ball and the .case will be tried next Thursday afternoon in May or Miller's court. Mr. Yost has been a teacher la the Eaton schools for a number of years. ; Many of Preble county's pedagogues will go to Hamilton next Saturday to attend the annual session of the South western Ohio Teachers' association. News of Surrounding Towns o -BATTLING FOR THE RIGHT" The Life Story of Theodore Roosevelt. Authentic. Up-to-date. Great money maker. Liberal terms. Outfit free. Zelgler Co.. 269 Fourth St, Phila delphia, tu-tbur-sun 2wkS FOR SALE. FOR SALE New Peninsular base burner; don't need its, have Pilgrim furnace now; call 604 South 7th St. 17-2t FOR SALE 8 Shropshire bucks. Syl vester E. Alexander, R. 4, Fountain . City, Phone 171-E. ,15-3t FORS A LEG ood reed go-cart with hood, $3; bicycle in good repair, 88. 900 North 8th. It FOR SALESmall pug. Phone 4063. It FOR SATE Heating stove andnicu bator. 821 North I. 17-4t FOR SALE Nice base burner, cheap; 827 N. I. 17-7t FOR 8ALE Crown Jewel Base Burn er in excellent condition. J. M. Coe, 917 Main St. FOR SALE An 18 inch self feed fod dcr cutter and 26 ft. swivel carrier, good aa new. Will sell for .one-third price of a new one. C. I. Stoner, Phone 27G, 'Boston. , 16-7t FOR SALE Roof and bridge paint; guaranteed 5 years. Retail at wholesale prices. Clendenin & Co., 257 Ft. Wayne Ave. Phone 3426. octl4-tf FOR SALE New counters and show cases. Telephone 3078. 13-7t FOR SALE Sewing machine cheap. Call 37 South 4th. 16-2t FOR SALE Auto 4 cylinder Ford runabout; good condition; new tires. Phone 3166. 16-2t MEN We mall on trial a full dollar box of Blel's Nerve Tablets. They act on the system like "steam acts on an engine," giving health, Strength, Vim, Vigor and Vitality or cost nothing. Send no money, just name and address. Blel Mfg. Co., Dent C. 146, Denver, Col. ! 16-23 FOR SALE--Good base burner; call 209 8. 9th street. 16-2t FOR SALE Walk, Drive and Auto matic Gates. All sizes, plain and ornamental; special sizes to order. If your hardware dealer doesn't han- ' die them, order direct from our fac tory. Eureka Fence Mfg. Co., Phone 3731. - sept30-2wks-eod FORSALE Berkshire pigs of either sex. Elias Scholl & Son, Conners vllle, Ind. 8-tues-thur-frl-7t Miss Marie Deem, of Eaton, a well known musician will take a prominent part In the musical features of the pro gram. ' Hon. William K. Swan, of Camden, republican candidate for re-election to the legislature, spent Saturday In Eat on. - The Preble county republican ex ecutive committee held a meeting in Eaton Saturday, discussing features pertaining to the conduct of the fall campaign. Miss Gertrude Weaver and Mrs. Charles Osborne spent Sunday in Cin cinnati. Mrs. Elisabeth Walters and brother. George McCormlck, have returned to their home In Modoc, Ind., after sev eral days visit here with Mr. and Mrs. William Harris. Mr. and Mrs. John Noakes visited Campbellstown friends Sunday. JACKS0NBURG. ind.. Hagerstown, ind., Oct. 17. Solomon Miller spent last week at Greensfork among relatives. The Piiscllla club was entertained by Mrs. Frank Gelsler. Hallowe'en favors were given. Mrs. Polly Thornburg returned to her home with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Allen at Indianapolis, accom panied by her son John Thornburg. Mrs. Henry Adams of New Castle spent Friday here the guest of Mrs. J. H. Kidwell. - Mrs. Vera Pentecost has joined her husband at Lafayette where they will go to housekeeping. Mr. Pentecost has purchased a fire-chair barber shop there. Mrs. William Forkner of Hartford City la visiting Mrs. John Thorn burg and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Knapp enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray and family at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Sells were the guests Saturday at dinner of their son, John Sells and family. Frank Petro and Ray Warfel pur chased a car load of cattle at Indian apolis. Miss Emma Conway returned to Richmond after a visit with her moth er, Mrs. Martha Conway, north of town. Floyd Beeson Joined his family at Muncle and spent Saturday and Sun day at' the home of Oliver Beeson. Rev. Arthur Love and mother will occupy the Presbaugh property. Mr. and Mrs. Jyle Jones snd two children and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jones motored to -Dayton. O Satur day, where they spent the day with Francis Antrim and wife and other relatives. They spent Sunday at Wil mington and will return Tuesday af ter visiting at other points. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marsh, son and daughter, and Mrs. Eleanor Ricks and son Wallace Ricks left Saturday PALLADIUM o o Want Ado WANT AD LETT ' The following are replies to Palla dium Want Ads. received at this of flee. Advertisers will confer a great favor by calling. for mall in answer to their ads. Mail at this office up to 12 noon today tt follows: Experience .. 2 Tailorshop ... 1 5130E 1 28 T. F 1 C C X A. B. C 2 Mail will be kopt ror s aays only. All mall not cal'ed for witLtn that Ume.will be cast out. FOR SALE Pure bred Indian Run ner Drakes. E. O. Cokefair, Cam bridge City, Ind. 25-thu-sat-2wks FOR SALE -New and second hand buggies and carriages. Newborn's Shop. 105 N. 4th St. Phone 1612. 27-tf FOR SALE Second hand furnace, cheap, 103 S. 9th St ll-7t FOR SALE Cook stove. 127 S. 4th St. ll-7t FOR SALE 36 Shropshires; also some yearling bucks. J. B. Engle, Carlos, Ind. 15-4t FOR KENT. FOR RENT Rooms, lodging, board ing or light housekeeping; 103 N. 17th St. 17-3t FOR RENT Brick bouse, rooms, furnace, bath, electric lights and gad; 423 S. 12th. Inquire 2116 Main. 17-3t FOR RENT 4 room flat for light housekeeping, Cor. 5th and South A streets. 5 room flat, Cor. 5th and Main. Al Gregg, Hoosier Store. 16-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Ham ilton's Restaurant 404 Main St. 16-7t FOR RENT Modern furnished front room. Inquire over Husson's groc ery, 13th and Main. 16-2t FORRENT Furnished room, bath and electric light Call 115 North 16th street 14-4t FOR RENT A new three roomed flat furnished for light housekeeping; 105 N. 4th St Phone 1612. 2? t FORRENT Furnished room. Phone 1958. 14-4t FOR RENT Furnished room, heat and bath, 25 N. 16th. 13-7t for California. The Marsh's will stop at Los Angeles and Mr. Rioks and mother will locate ln Southern Cali fornia for the benefit of the former's health. Miss Mabel Teetor, 'Mrs. Raymond Small, Mrs. John Harris and Mrs. Joe Stonecipher were at New Castle on Friady afternoon. Mrs. Sheridan Campbell went to Indianapolis Saturday to spend a few days with Mrs. Campbell. Mrs. Ella Leavell was given the sil verware and Jack Herron the rocking chair at Stahr's Friday. MILTON, IND. Milton, Ind., Oct 17. Miss Cassie Turner, who has been the experienced nurse for Mrs. Branson several weeks, has returned home. M. V. Zrown exhibits a dozen ears of corn, half white and the other half yellow, that is exceedingly fine. One ear of white measures 13 inches,. in length and ; makes a total number -of 1116 grains. The one Is an average of the remaining eleven ears. William Berry Is home from New Castle much indisposed. Mrs. Virgil Newman of Cambridge City held the lucky number given out for Uneeda biscuit at Mr. Graver's gro cery In that city and drew a twenty dollar set of dishes. Clark and Watson Faucett, east of town, exhibit four very fine Irish po tatoes. One measures elecen inches in circumference and five and three fourths inches In length. Miss Ethel Parvia of Connersvlle, spent over yesterday with Miss Lena Berry. Chas. Mueller went to Brookville. Saturday to spend a few weeks with his daughters. Joseph Dailey of Cambridge City was greeting friends here. Saturday. The Eastern Star meets Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Shank and family were at dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale, yesterday. The Saulsbury family will give a concert at the Christian church, Feb ruary 15th. The date is thus given out early. Mesdames E. B. Newman and Eliza beth Harden were at Cambridge City, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Sands and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Sands of Richmond, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jones. The Carolinian Jubilee Singers at the Odd Fellows hall Friday evening. This Is the first number of the lec ture course. Get your season tickets. The course promises to be fine throughout t . . - . Messrs. and Mesdames Frank Kin der of Abington. Wld Kinder, of Philo math, and John Hubbell and family of Bentonvllle, were guesta of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hubbell. yesterday. -Prof. C. H. Wood and his entire corps of teachers. T. G. Davis, high school principal and the Misses Mur phy. Marshall and Gingrich, attended teachers institute at Richmond. Sat urday. The teachers of . the entire EG. LAST o o o Coltuiinrninis FOR SALE R AL ESTATE. FOR SALE One of the best money making farms in Wayne county at 8100 per acre. W. F. Bennett Foun tain City. Indiana. 16-7t FOR SALE Choice residence lot. first e-juare Soutn 12th St Dr. Sw ing. 2T.-tf FOR SALE New 6 room house in Benton Heights. Benj. F. Harris. 13-7t FOR SALE Modern home. Goodl cation: equipped with electricity, bath and furnace. Call phone 2037 or call at 318 N. 14th St 28-tt FOR SALS or trade For Richmond property, two modern houses in tine location in Indianapolis, very at tractive. Address P. O. box 67, Rich mond. Indiana. jly9-tf SEE MORGAN for Real Estate in all its phases and local Information office. 8th and North E Sts. 16-tf FOR SALE 120 acres, good 8 room house, big barn, good fences, near a small town. Will take In city prop erty. Price $70 ad acre. Kaufman, over 828 Main St. 15-tX FOR SALE House and household goods; 115 N. 12th. Phone 24S4. 24-tf FOR SALE Six room noose wltZ bath, furnace and electrio light f2.300.OO. Phone 1522. 17-tf FOR SALE Modern home with hot water heat. Address, "Modern." care Palladium. 15-Tt FOR SALE 8 room house, soutneast corner Sherman and Boyer street. Price S30. Rents for $13 per month. Must be sold. Phone 2477. 204 S. 12th. 14-tf FOR SALE Double house and lots at 122 Randolph St. One side rents for $10 and other for $13. Will sell for $2,350. 12-7t FOR SALE Modern home. Apply 315 S. 12th. ll-14t FOR SALE Modern home. "Pnoliw 3234. 5-tf FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. Porterfield, Kelly Blk., 8th and Main. sept3-tf FOR SaI Small, well improved su burban premises; well fruited, good house and barn; other outbuildings; an ideal little borne for the retired farmer, or city man seeking a su burban home. Price $4,000. Apply to The J. 13. M. Agency, over 6 North Seventh street. sept 1-tf -township, Alexander Stout and Miss es Marie Snyder, Roe Wagner, Ollie Castetter, Mclane and Esther Jones, were also at the Institute. Messrs. and Mesdames Chas. Cor nell and daughters, of WayneSville, and Maurice Cornell of Dayton, visit ed their sick relative, Mrs. Mary Park ins, and other relatives, yesterday. Miss-Barbara' Kern and niece, Mrs. Martha Staner, went to Muncie, Sat urday to visit friends. They go from there to Indianapolis. Miss Satherine Snyder . visited friends at New Castle, Saturday. , Will Cooney, Carl Cooney and Louis Cooney are all home from Indianapo lis to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Griff Cooney. Louis is suffering from badly burned feet - He is employed in a foundry at Indianapolis, and when pouring off, a ladle upset and 1800 pounds o hot metal spread around ov er the floor. Although he attempted to escape, both feet were badly burned. Miss Florence Daniels spent yester day with Miss Blanche Gipe at East Germantown. Irvln Gard, of Sioux City, visited his friend, Benj. Kellam, Saturday. He was enroute to visit relatives at Con nersvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hubbard and family of Indianapolis, spent Saturday with Mrs. Alice Gresh. Messrs. Chas. Hurst and Hubbard were at New Cas tle Saturday.' He and his family are now visiting Mrs. Hubbard's father, Elijah Hurst at the home of Chas. Hurst and family. Mesdames R. P. Lindsay and Mary Lindsay visited friends at Knights-' town, Friday. Word was received that Mr. Quinn is still very low at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Earl Thomas at New Lisbon. She also writes that her hus band's sister is not much improved. Misses Louise Mueller of Indianap olis and. Edith Stoltz of Connersville, who were guests of the former's sis ter. Miss Katherine Mueller enter tained Messrs. Jesse Harmel. Watson Faucett and Sam Thompson at an oys ter supper, Saturday evening. The sup per was served with all that goes with oysters and all had a merry time. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown were at supper with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Brown. Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lowery and daughter. Miss Edna, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan near Lewisville. and called on Mr. and Mrs. Omer Frayer where Miss Edna re mained to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Lowery and fam ily of New Lisbon were at dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Lowery- James Gordon was 81 years old, Wednesday. He was born near Har rlsburg. south of Milton five miles, October 12th. 1S29. Mr. and Mrs. John Sipples and daughter, also Lacey Sipples, of Ft Wayne, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murley. Messrs. Sipples are brothers of Mrs. Murley. Mr. snd Mrs. Benj. Copeland enter tained relatives including Mr. Cooe- I land's mother from Huntington,-recently. Mr, and Mrs. Copeland also .1 cent per word. 7 days for the price of 5 days. We charge advertisements sent In by phone and collected for after Its Insertion. MISCELLANEOUS, J. M. Lacsy Pawnor oaer, Sth and Main. 26-Smo HAIR weaving, manicuring, taco m sage and scalp treatment Shampoo ing. 35c Open of evenings till 8 o'clock. Miss Steward, 16 South Sixth. may25-6mo PINE HORSES Like people, die. Therefore. If you have any valuable ones. Insure them against death from any cause. For particulars call on or 'phone Dougan A Co.. Room 1, I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phona 1330. 15-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Do you want a strictly legitimate business requiring absolutely no capital ex cepting stationary and postage? Stamp brings Information. Enter prise Advertising Co., P. O. Box 202, Cleveland. O. 15-3t AUCTIONEERING For auctioneer lng on farm, personal property, etc. cee 'John Kenworthy, 830 N. 12th. sept20-wed&sun-l mo PATENTS procured. . aiso bold on commission. Positively no advance fee. Patent Exchange, Jenifer Build ing, Washington. D. C. may22tf BUSINESS CHANGE Theo Hunt, for a number of years with tbe4firm of H. R- Downing & Son, is ner asso ciated with Messrs. Chas. W. Jor dan and Daniel McManus under the firm rams of Jordan, McManus & Hunt Funeral Directors. 1014 Main Street Tel. 2175. tues-wed-eun-4 wks LOST LOST Bracelet; "A. D. L." engraved on same. Return to 29 South 5th. Reward. It LOSTBoston Bull dog, one-half face white. Call Phone 1834. Reward. Lost Self-fining foun tain pen, Richmond make. Reward If re turned to Palladium of fice. lOtf LOST A gold pin with amethyst set Call phone 1235 3015. ' : . C h I c k e h ID i mi Let Us Serve' HAMILTON'S 404 MAIN attended a nice social at the new school house - on Grand Avenue, at Connersville, Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Dan Clevenger attend ed Dunkard meeting at Hagerstown, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wedding are vis iting at Mr. Fritz's. While the Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Pn nick were recently visiting at New. burg from which the Rev. Mr. Pin nick came to Milton M. E. charge, they were guests at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Foulke, that city. One morning by invitation the Rev. Mr. Pinnlck performed the cere mony of infant baptism over the little son, Walter Martin Foulke, aged six years. The services were very Im pressive. Mr. and Mrs. Foulke are prominent members of the M. E. church at Newburg. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Whipple are vis iting friends in the southern part of the state. The social given by the pupils of the Thornburg school west of town, Fri day night brought them 130. Aside from the boxes they served lemonade, cake, peanut and sandwiches. A twenty dollar china tea set of three pieces was given away. Miss Cora Hebbler of Cambridge City was the lucky one. , The revival meetings at the Chris tian church will continue throughout the week. Enoch Warman is indisposed. Mrs. Park Thornburg is indisposed. Mr. and Mrs. Linville Wallace spent Saturday with their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Wright at Knightstown. Mrs. Lafe Royle visited her sister, Mrs. John Ohmit at Cambridge City, and took a basket of her beautiful dahlias to her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beeson and family were at dinner with his father and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lycurgus Bee son, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sizelove and family and Mrs. Ursula Ferguson formed an automobile party Saturday to Elwood. They will visit at Kokomo and Marion before returning home. Mrs. Kste Broaddus, of near Harris burg is visiting at Marion, f Mrs. Bert McBride was called to Muncle Saturday because of a aick aunt Miss Ruby Moore was home from Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. , Alex Whitely, of Richmond were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore. Will Passmore made a business trip to Richmond, Saturday. NEW PARIS. OHIO. New Paris, O, Oct 17. Mrs. Co hurst of Dayton is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Cox. - ' Mr. Earl Richards expects to leave Saturday to travel on the road as a traveling salesman. ; ; Mrs. Susan Miller entertained on Wednesday Mrs. Reid and Mrs. LWia of Eaton. . -Next Thursday night October 20, the Ida Klnley company will appear at the Presbyterian church, the proceeds to go for the benefit of the public li RATES L08T 14 In. gear wheel from Clen denin & Co's wagon. Return to 257 Ft. Wayne avenue. Reward. It LOST Hand bag, containing watch valued as a gift and money. Return to 515 N, 19th St Reward. ll-7t LOST Belt buckle with safety fast ener somewhere between high school and East End Friends' church. Leave at Palladium and receive reward. 16-3t FOUND. FOUND Watch; owner can have same by calling at Bullerdlck's coal yard. FOUND Two tickets to Gennett the ater performance tonight belonging to Miss Ruby Moore. , Call for same this evening at 7:45. FOUND A Scotch Collie dog at 413 S. 11th. BUSINESS CLASSIFIED. MACHINE SHOP. We- Will Make Yuur MeUl Patterns &s well as do your repair work. WARD MACHINE CO., 200 N. 9th fit ART STORK. Fsucy work and borne baking. Haner's Art Store. 8 S. 11th. Phone 2180. ( . : lO tf FOR SALE Richmond property a specialty. For terfield. Kelly Blk.. Sth Main. AugS-tf STORAGE. Don't forget Atkinson and his tire- proof building when you want to store furniture. Phone 1845. 4th and Main street June J 8-tf RESTAURANT. The best meals are gotten at Profit's, 14 8. Eighth street 2.1 this concern yea, raad carafnUyi TH Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ! positively (nuu d to curs Indirection, constipation, alck bad che. offensive braath, malaria and ail diasaati -Ulus from atomach trcuBW. n e r S u n d ay You at . Restaiaramit STREET brary. It was only by chance that this excellent company was secured. They had an open date between Richmond and Dayton and kindly consented to show at New Paris on that date. Or dinarilv the orlce for this mm nan v would be so high as to preclude-' its coming here at all. Mr. and Mrs. William Dwyer are the proud parents of a baby daughter which was born at Anderson where Mrs. Dwyer has been visiting for some time. Joshua Mackey of Abington was see non our streets Wednesday. There will be a masquerade social at the K. of P. hall next Saturday, October 15. - -, - : Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McKeon left for their new home at Minneapolis on Wednesday night, where Mr. McKeon has a very responsible and lucrative position. Their daughter Marjorie Is visiting at her grandparents at Green ville, the other two girls are at Pitts burg, and the son will stay at his grandparents, A. B. Reid and wife, un til Mr. and Mrs. McKeon are fully set tied In their new home. New Paris people regret exceedingly to lose such excellent people, but all unite in well wishes for their future in their new home.. : Work on the new bridge in" front of the corporation building is going on at a good rate and It is expected that the cement work will be all done this week or the first of next Mr. Harold Mitchell of Crawfords vtlle attended the funeralof Mrs. Mont Mitchell here Wednesday. Mr. Alva Klncald who has been vis iting her for some time returned, to Colorado Wednesday night Miss Blanche Mitchell of Green ville, was here Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mont MltcheiL Mr. Lawrence Hawley who has been a telegrapher in California for th last year returned home Tuesday morning. He expects to remain here for an indefinite time. Mr. Fred Kemp who is well known here is now located at Bradford, was united in marriage to a young lady of that place Tuesday. They spent Wed nesday and Thursday here with his parents. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City. Ind., Oct, 17. Mr. and Mrs. John Judkins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Spahr south of Centerville. Miss Eva Kershner of Mooresville, former residents of Cambridge City, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse PauL The first large party of the sea ton was the euchre given Friday af ternoon by Mrs. F. C. Mosbaugh. Mrs. Laura Richer and Miss Daisy Ayler at the home of Mrs. Mosbaaarh. Th guests were received by the hostesses itt the parlors which were attractive with dahlias and cosmos arranged in dainty flower receptacles. There were guests for seven tables. Miss Ethel Bertsch secured the favor, the fern bowL Mrs. R. L. Scott and Mrs. Ly- curgus Beeson of Milton shared hon or. Refreshment were served late in the afternoon, the hostesses were assisted In the serving by Mrs. Char lea Loeb, The out of . town guest wens Mrs, Willard Hall. Mrs, Frank Parsons and Miss Gertrude McWhtn ney of Richmond. Mrs. Lycurgus Bee- son, Mrs. Oliver Beeson and Mrs, Lin vllle Ferguson, of Miltou. Fred Krone of Richmond spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs; Walter Krone. Jeff Howland of Plain City, is spend ing the week in the home of Mr. and Mra. Join Judkina. ; The Social . Union of the M, E. church held an Open meeting at the beautiful home of Mr, and Mra. John Jackson, last Friday ? evening. The large rooms were, well filled with guests from Cambridge City, Ceuter- vtlle, Milton. Dublin nd Germantown. Among the features of the evening' entertainment was an interesting and Instructive talk on the Passion Play. at Oberammergau by Mlsa Annette Edmunds. . which she witnessed this past summer. At the conclusion of the talk. Rev. J. E. Coffin, fittingly led in the singing of "Nearer My Ood to Thee. Light refreshments were serv ed by the committee at the close of the evening. A generous contribution to th new church wss made. Prof. W. J." Bowden. Mrs. J. T. Reese, the - Misses Jennie Hussey, Katherine Knetse, Eleanor Newman, Edith Bowman and Ethel Thomas at tended the Teachers' association at Richmond, Saturday, A. A. lively was given a very pleas ant surprise Saturday evening on the occasion of his birthday anniversary, by a number of friends "dropping in to spend the evening. The partici pants in the enjoyment were the Rev. George Gulchard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shldler and son, DeWltt Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lair and ton, Frank, Mrs.. Harry 8tannsh and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.. Mills and daughter, Miss Grace. The evening was a pleas ant one to all. Refreshments of cake, cream and mints were aerved. The game of football at Oakland Park Saturday afternoon, between the Cambridge City and Lynn teams re sulted In the score of 43 to 5 in favor of Cambridge City. WILL HOLD REUNION Survivors of Eighth and Eight eenth Regiments Will' Meet in the City. MEETING AT COURT HOUSE The annuel reunion of the eighth and eighteenth Indiana Infantry regi ments will be held at the court house on Wednesday. The meeting will he attended by a hundred or more veter ans of the Civil war and the program which has been prepared for the oc casion includes a reciting of the stor ies of the Civil wsr. Citizens and business bouses have been requested by the local members of these two - regiments to - decorate) their places with flags or other appro priate decorating material. The morn ing and afternoon sessions of- the re union will , be held in the court room while dinner will be given by the) Women's Relief" Corps in the post quarters in the court house. ' The pro gram for the reunion Is as follows: Assemble in court room at ' 10:09 o'clock. i , j ' Invocation William" JVStbtt super intendent of the Soldiers and Sailors orphanage at Kalglitstown. Address of Welcome Comrade H. C. Fox, judge of the Wayne elrealt court. . , . ; - - Response Comrade E. L. Bemans, Wabash. Reading roll of deceased members. . Appointments of committees. - Dinner at 11:30 o'clock. Assemble at 1:30 o'clock. . , . ' Invocation Comrade William Gos sett Honeycreek. - Duet Mrs. George Cbrlsman and Mrs. Hasty. Recitation "Sheridan's Ride," Mrs. VliltBUi.ll. " - Reading letters from - absent com rsdes. . Reports of committees. Camp Are talks from comrades. Election- of officers and selection of next meeting place. Supper at 6 o'clock. NOTICE OF LETTING OF CON TRACT. Notice is hereby given that until the 6th day of November, ltlO, at 11 o'clock, noon, sealed proposals will be received by the clerk of the hoard of education ; of - Jefferson ' township school district. Preble county, Ohio, at his address below given, for hand ing a school house and furnishing ma terial for same in sub-district No. I of said township school district, and according to the plans and specifica tions on file at the First National bank of New Paris. Ohio, and with w. s. Kaufman Son, architects, Richmond, Indiana. Each bid shall contain tha name of every parson interestad is th same, and shall be accompanied by a suffi cient guarantee of some disinterested person, that if the hid Is accepted, a contract win be entered into, and th performance - of it mStpetly secured, said guarsfitea to ba a eertifled check for the gam of On Hundred Dollars. When both labor and materia Is are embraced In the work bid . for, each must be separately stated in. the hid, with the price thereof . - None but the lowest responsible bid ' will bo accepted, and the heard re serves the right to reject all the bids, or accept any hid for both labor, ifstd material which 1 -the lowest la the aggregate. Bids should he sealed snd addressed to the undersigned. . Byorder of the Board of Education. H. Jf. ENGLE, Clerk of the Board of Education of Jefferson Township, Preble County, O. New Paris, Ohio. -; r Oct 3-10-17-14