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THE RICHMOND PALLADIU3I AXD SUX-TELEGRJLM, TUESDAY, SEPTE3IBER 19, 1911.
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.
1014 Main. Phone 2175
Thoroughly experienced Salesman
for silks and dress goods. State
age, experience and salary expect
ed. Address Mr. C. C. Fin frock,
THE WM, H. BLOCK CO.
LADIES for the folowing departments in
the finest and largest Department
tore in the Middle West:
Corsets, Muslin Underwear, Knit
Underwear, Mllinery, Neckwear
and Veiling, Ribbons, Leather
Goods, Jewelry, Belts, Embroid
ery, Laces, Trimmings, Indies'
Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Notions,
Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods,
Houscfurnlnhings and China.
Must be thoroughly competent
and experienced. State age, ex
perience and salary expected.
Address Mr. C. C. Finnefrock,
The Wm. H.
WANTED- Place to room and board
and be companion while working, by
young girl. Phone 2660. 19-2t
WANTEDIloy with some experience
to work in store and drive wagon.
Address "Boy," care Palladium.
WANTED Good salesman for an ad
vertislng proposition. None but
gilt edge men need apply. 401 Nat.
Bk. , Bldg. 19-2t
WANTED At once, honest, reliable
woman for general housework. Fam
ily of two adults. Country, but on
car line with So fare. Place In a per
manent home for the right party.
Address "II. O. D." care Palladium.
WANTED Position as cook or coacta-
man. Address "Cook,"
care Pal la-19-2t
News From Surrounding Towns
MILTON, Ind., Sept 19. Mrs.
Oant returned yesterday from a visit
with her sister, in Muncie.
The Rev. E. K. Van Winkle went to
Cincinnati to spend a few days. He ac
companied his wife's father, Mr. Pear
son, who was here from Newport, Ky.
to visit his daughter and family.
Messrs and Mesdames Benj. Cope-
land and Grubbs spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Santford Hurst.
Mrs. Thos. Winter died at her home
west of Milton, on the Bentonville
pike, Sunday evening after several
weeks of a lingering Illness. She lea
ves a husband and four children. The
funeral services were conducted at the
home, this morning at ten o'clock and
the burial wai at the cemetery in Dub
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur El well and
family formed an auto party to Greens
George Rothermel has gone to Indi
anapolis to attend the meeting of the
Sovereign Grand lodge I. O. O. F.
Mist Mary Kellam is here to spned
a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Kellam.
Mrs. H. E. Newman came Sunday
from Orrville, Ohio, to visit her father,
Oliver Ferguson, who is sick. He is
about the same.
Mrs. Angelina Warren has gone to
Greenfield to spend some time with
her daughter, Mrs. Edw. Stanley and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murley had as
their guest Sunday, Mrs. Murley's
brother. Lacy Sipple, of Fort Wayne.
Mr. and Mrs: W. P. Moore, Mrs. Wal
ter Templin and children, formed a
party to Richmond to be the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ediwn Moore of that
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Penn of Terre
Haute were guests of the Messrs and
Mesdames, C. J. and R. J. Connell of
south of town, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hubbell has as
their company Sunday, Mesdames
Wood and Chappie.
Louis Knauf, of Cambridge City,
pent Saturday afternoon with his
brother and sister, Charles and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoel entertained
as their guests, Sunday. Mrs. Heel's
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hoover, of Ha
gerstown. Mrs. Amanda Needham and Miss
Rosella Mathews, entertained as tehlr
guest. Miss Helen Clark of Cam
bridge City, Sunday.
, Miss Alice Ward, wha baa been
WANTED Every woman interested
in a home laundry to attend the
wonder washer demonstration Fri
day afternoon at the hardware store
of Seaney and Brown. 19-2t
2120 N. E street.
WANTED Garbage man for restau
rant. Call at City Restaurant. 19-lt
WANTED Girl at Snell's Restaurant,
North Eighth. 19-2t
WANTED Roomer or boarder, 103 N.
WANTED At once a cook and two
. 15 tf
WANTED Boarders. 823 N. F. St.
WANTED Position by boy 16 years
old after school and on Saturdays.
Address E. H. H., Palladium. 14-7t
MASSAGE By a competent masseuse
Call phone 2308. Treatment 1.
WANTED Experienced insurance
agents; new proposition, daily pay
ment, good salary to producers.
Room 220 Colonial Bldg. 7-tf
WE REPAIR baby cabs, sharpen lawn
mowers, make screen doors, picture
framing. We call and deliver.
Brown & Darnell, 1022 Main Street.
Phone 1936. ' auglu-tf
WANTED Boarders., 23 N. F. St.
WANTED If you want money in
place of your city property, go
right to Porterfleld's Real kistat
office. Kelly Block. 8th and Main.
SEE MOORE & 0000 RN for all
kinds of Insurance, Bonds and
Loans, Real Estate am Rentals.
Room 16. 1. O. O. F. Bide. feb20-tf
FOR SALE Share of Greensfork Co
operative Telephone Co. stock.
Write or phone L. H. ' Schepman,
Greensfork, Ind. 19-lt
FOR SALE A Garland coal cook
stove. Five dollars. Phone 3748.
FOR SALE Full blood Jersey heifer.
Tel. 1913 or 4077. 19-7t
FOR" SALE Cheap. Invalid chair,
good as new. O. B. Rees, Easthaven
car line. 19-lt
FOR SALE Chest of old fashioned
drawers. 203 S. 14th. 19-2t
FOR SALE la, Horse power gas en
gine. 207 Lincoln street. 19-7t
FOR SALE Jewel base burner in
first class condition, 97 N. 18th St.
FOR SALE Peninsular base buhner
and small coal heating stove. Phone
FOR SALE Household goods. 20T"S.
spending some time with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ward, returned to
Richmond, Sunday evening.
The Rev. E. K. Van Winkle reports
fine services at the Bentonville Chris
tian church Sunday. The attendance
was large and the Interest good. The
music receives special mention.
Mesdames W. II. and W. E. Swope
entertained as their guests, Sunday,
Mrs. Ida Huddleston, of Cambridge
City and Will Wilson and mother, Mrs.
Susan E. Wilson of south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McMahan enter
tained as their guests at dinner, Sun
day, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McClung and
Miss Eunice McClung, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Doty, Mr. Walter Houseworth,
of Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McMa
han and family of Doddridge. The din
ner was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Har
Mrs. John Champe, of Dublin, called
on Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ferguson, Sun
Miss Nettie Bennett had as her
guest, Saturday, Miss Daisy Ayler, of
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jones entertain
ed Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Jones, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Brown enter
tained at a family gathering Sunday.
Their guests were Messrs. and Mes
dames, W. H. Brown and son, J. A.
Brown and son, Robt Bee son and
Mr. Bragg was home from Indiana
polis over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kimmel, of
east of town, entertained a large com
pany at dinner, Sunday, in honor of
their twelfth marriage anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of
Doddridge, spent Sunday with rela
One of the features of the day with
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Kimmel, of east
of town. Sunday, was the base ball
game. The players were "The Young
Men- vs. "The Old Men." The game
stood 35 to 30 In favor of "The Old
Men." One of the players said "Our
umpire was rotten."
The Embroidery club will meet with
Mrs. Ott Crownover at the home of
her mother, Mrs. W. E. Williamson,
The ladles of the Christian church
have postponed their fair, from Sat
urday. October 7th to Saturday. Octo
ber 14th, owing to the fact that the
first date will be that of the first num
ber of the Odd Fellows Lecture Course
Emerson Gause was home from
New Castle to spend Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cause.
The following are replies to Palla
dium Want Ads. received at this of
fice. Advertisers will confer a great
favor by calling for mail in answer
to their ads. Mail at this office up to
12 noon, as follows:
S. M. B 1
C. K 1
L B 1
M. A. B 1
Overtime .. ..1
Mrs. John B . .1
L. M. B 2
Mail will be kept for 30 days only.
All mail not called for within that
time will be cast out..
FOR SALE Electric piano, good as
new. Cheap. E. L. Schivegman,
1602 Main. 17-7t
PONY SALE Of Shetland and Welsh
Ponies, Wednesday, Sept. 27, 815 E.
Market street, Indianapolis, 10
o'clock. Sale rain or shine. I will
sell my entire herd of 45 ponies con
sisting of stallions, Mares and colts.
They are the best bunch in the state.
Quite a number of these ponies are
city broke and come in bays, black
and black and white and are the
right size and style. Also a lot of
pony buggies and harness. For fur
ther Information inquire at 127 E.
Wabash St., Doug. Case. Will sell
single or in pairs or in any way to
suit purchaser. 19-lt
FOR SALE Cider by 10 or 100 gal
lons. Apples by tree or bushel. R.
Hunt, Phone 5126-B. 17-3t
FOR SALE A Favorite Base Burner
in first class condition, 107 Kinsey
St. Call Mornings. 17-3t
FOR SALE Fresh cow, John Vogel
gesong, on Boston pike. 16-7t
FOR SALE Horses, harness, wagons
and wheat drills and all kinds of
rigs. Shendler, 317 N. A. 14-7t
FOR SALE Poland China pigs, both
sex. Phone 5147-C. A. H. Pyle.
FOR SALE REAL
Richmond property a spec
ialty. Porterfield, Kelly
Blk., 8th and Main.
SEE I MORGAN
for Real Estate la all Its phases and
local Information office 8th and
North E Sta. 16-tf
Dr. and Mrs. Sweeney with their
son, and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Swee
ney, of Cambridge City, were out for
an auto ride, Sunday afternoon when
they came up against an experience.
They were driving along the pike into
New Castle and were just about three
miles this side the city, when they
encountered a piece of very narrow
highway. At the same time they saw
they were to meet an auto party at the
worst place. Both drivers saw the pre
dicament they were In and to avoid
an accident turned out. The catastro-
phe that was to be avoided happened. 1
The autos came together and locked. !
The lady in the New Castle car was
thrown out but luckily was unhurt.
The auto was badly Injured however.
The parties proved to be Dr. and Mrs.
Canaday, of New Castle, enroute to
Dublin to visit Mrs. Canaday's par
ents. Prof, and Mrs. Lee Ault. After all
parties were righted and it was found
the Dr. Sweney's machine was only
slightly injured they took Dr. and Mrs.
Canaday back to New Castle.
EATON, O., Sept. 19. John A. Gru
ver was here from Dayton Sunday
visiting his son, Paul Gruver, and fam
G. F. Scheid was Sunday visitor
in Louisville, Indiana.
W. W. Dickensheets and son Harold,
of Dayton, visited in Eaton Sunday.
Robert" Galloway will leave next
Sunday for Missouli, Mont., for an in
definite stay. He. -anticipates buying
a lot of land in that section.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clemmer, of
Dayton, visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.' William Galloway, of
Cincinnati, spent .Sunday here with
Mrs. Susie Galloway and. family.
Ed and Charles Trunk were home
from Dayton Sunday visiting their
mother, Mrs. Martha Trunk.
Mrs. James L. Sayler and children
went to Knightstown, Indiana, Sun
day for a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. White, before proceeding to
Chicago, where she and her husband
expect to reside permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Poffenberger
spent Sunday with New Madison rela
tives. Miss Anna Tedrick, of Fayetteville,
O.. was a guest over Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Albright.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Vaughan enter
tained her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Christ, of Dayton, Sunday.
James Banta. one of the pioneers of
Eaton, and a very old citizen, suffer
ed a slight paralytic attack: Saturday.
His condition is serious, though not
regarded as dangerous.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sliver and Mrs.
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fSBLigHERg CTUASSIFtED ADVESTXSk
liiii ASSOCIATION PAPEK8
WE ABB MEMBERS
Pipers in U prU of the States sad
Canada. Tear want oppli anywhere any
lice by the bert nirdiamt in tht country.
'et ov membership httt Check papars
fct want. We do the rest.
V.-t:iher CUaaified Advertising Aanelm
Buffalo, X. V-
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE
I, the undersigned living on South
5th St., Liberty Pike, opposite Bul
lerfiick greenhouse, will sell on Sep
tember the 30th, at 2:30, to the high
est Didder my country borne con
sisting of 10 acres, five room new
house, barn and other outbuildings,
pleasantly located, good neighbor-
hood. 3 blocks of city limits. Please
come and lock this little farm over
before sale as it will sell to the
highest bidder, also household goods
consisting of cook stove, heating
stove, dining room table, chairs,
center table, rocking chairs, beds,
lamps, flowers, rugs, carpets, kitch
en table, clocks, china closet, farm
ing tools, chickens, good short horn
cow. Terms made known day of
John Johnson, Owner.
A. O. Deering, Auctioneer, Center
ville, Ind. S-13-15-19-22-24-26-29
FOR SALE A bargain, brick house,
eight rooms, bath, furnace, electrici
ty, gas, slate roof. South 12th St.
Easy terms. Address 2116 Main
St., Phone 3812.
FOR SALE 15 acres well improved.
$3,000. Orville Price. Richmond,
Ind.. R. R. 7. 13-7t
FOR SALE A good lot in Maxwell
addition. Bargain. Call on A. J.
Ford, Cunningham's Shoe store.
FOR SALE 17 acres first bottom
ground with building. Suitable for
truck farming lVfc miles of corpora
tion. Sanford E. Jlenning, 205 N.
FOR SALE OR RENT 6 rooms, elec
tric light acre, all fences on East
haven car line. Call after 5 o'clock.
O. B. Reese. 19-tu-thur
MUST BE SOLD Good brick house,
8 large rooms, large corner lot, good
barn, good location, splendid bar
gain for home or investment. Price
$3,000 1-3 cash, balance on time.
Phone 2477. 19-tu-thur-sat-sun
FOR RENT One half house 219 West
5th street. Knode's Music Store.
FOR RENT A modern house, 407
Pearl street. Call at 405 Pearl St.
FOR RENT Large modern house on
Richmond avenue. Reasonable rent.
Telephone 1582. 19-7t
FOR RENT House. Address Orville
Price, Richmond, Ind., R. R. 7. 19-6t
FOR RENT Ready furnished small
modern house. Inquire 315 West
FOR RENT Flats furnished for
housekeeping. 415 Main street. 18-7t
FOR RENT 4 room cottage. Call at
H. H. Johanning's Plumbing Shop,
1022 S. C. 17-tf
Jack Phelps, of Richmond, are here,
having been called to Eaton by the
death of Mrs. Sliver's sister, Mrs.
Mary A. Bell.
Mrs. Mary Amanda Bell, 77, widow
of the late William C. Bell,, died Fri
day night at her South Baron street
home of paralysis. The funeral was
held from the residence Monday after
noon, conducted by the Rev. O. L.
Utter, of the M. E. church. The body
was burled in Fairmount cemetery, at
Camden. Mrs. James Sliver, of Rich
mond, a sister, is the only surviving
relative. She was a pioneer of Preble
will!im n. n9Hnn sn.
day here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David May.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thoma, of Cin
cinnati, spent Saturday and Sunday
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Longnecker.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Beck and daugh
ter leave this week for Nebraska,
where they will remain Indefinitely,
going for the benefit of their health.
C. R. Gilmore was here from Day
ton Sunday visiting the family of J.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sanders, of Rich
mond, spent Sunday here with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gray, of Gratis,
spent Sunday with local relatives and
Ed Marsh, of Camden, spent Satur
day in Eaton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wysong and Mr.
and Mrs. Orville Runyan spent Sun
day afternoon in Lewisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Stout, of Day
ton, spent Sunday here with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Hezekiah Stout.
A regular meeting of the city coun
cil will be held Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Filbert, of Crip
ple Creek, Colo., are here for an ex-
Vrl" V..:;,: . ' auu
Mrs. Frank P. Filbert and family.
Allen F. Heeter, of West Alexandria,
was an Eaton visitor Sunday.
CENTERVILLE, Ind., Sept- 19.
The marriage of Mrs. Grace McFall of
Indianapolis and Mr. Servenius Staley
of Wilkison, Ind., was solemnized Sat
urday evening at Richmond, the cere
mony being performed by Miss Wil
liams, pastor of the Friends church of
this place. The couple left Saturday
evening for Indianapolis and will go
from there to their home at Wilkison
where Mr. Staley is connected with
the bank at that place. Mrs. Staley
was formerly Miss Grace Roberts a
former resident here.
Mr. Clarence Hampton returned Fri
day from Diberty where he has been
On Finding a Quiet
Place or Boarder
Good environment makes yon more valuable to yourself and to everybody,
live in a homelike Room, if you have no home. Eat wholesome, home-cooked
food, and If yon have a Room to Rent, or Board to oiler, you will be happier if
you have congenial and pleasant people around you. la either case, our little
Want Ads are neat selectors. They eliminate what you don't wast and five
you a chance from scores to select just what you do want. Our little Want
Ads will do both tricks in quick time for the Investment of but pennies. Won
derful little workers I Use them.
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
FOR RENT Low 5 room flat, electric
light and bath. No. 412 West 1st
St.. A. W. Gregg, Hoosier Store.
FOR RENT Front two room apart-
ment furnished for housekeeping.
46 S. 11th. 14-tf
FOR RENT Furniehed room with
heat and bath. 64 S. 12th St. 14-7t
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms for
light housekeeping or office rooms.
26 S. 7th 13-7t
FOR RENT 7 roomed house on S. 11
and J, with garden and barn. Call
Phone 1235 or 3015. 7-tf
FOR RENT Modern 3 room flat for
light housekeeping. 105 North 4th
street. Phone 1612. 27-tf
FOR RENT Seven room new house,
electric light. Cor. W. 5 and Lin
den Ave. Call phone 1235. 21-tf
LOST Diamond ring on N. D. Liber
al reward. Phone 1020. 19-2t
LOST On public road a box contain
ing girl's white dress and skirt. Will
the finder please leave box at Knol
lenberg's and receive reward? 19-lt
LOST Saturday rcight one black
suede shoe for right foot, newly half
soled. Return to Wheelan Feed
LOST Black and white cameo breast
pin. Return Palladium. Reward.
LOST Black cameo belt pin, between
9th and South B and 11th and N. A.
Return to 1017 N. A street. Reward
demonstrating stoves at the Fair this
Miss Laura Gormon of Kokomo is
visiting Miss Lois Means for several
Mr. Lawrence Commons and son,
Howard, returned Saturday from the
Spiceland Sanitarium. The condition
of Mr. Lawrence remains unchanged
while Howard is somewhat improved
and he will return to that institution
the first of the week for further treat
ment. Monroe Stinson and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Wycoff living west of Centerville.
Lincoln Jones and wife and Mr. and
Mrs. Porter Pike and family motored
to Williamsburg Sund
Mr. and TTks. .Hary Dent of Rich
mond and M
and lira. Jessie Green
of near Fouata
1 Ciejf spent Sunday
with Mr. an
servides of Harry
here Sunday and was
Rhodes was held
largely attended, by the f;
ders from Rich mo
and Centerville of,
member. The K. P. lodge
had charge of the burial
John K. Jones and
Indianapolis, have beej
iew aays with u. K. J4me
Miss Helen df
on the farm of Isaac
Spahr south of town Sunday night.
Mr. Andrew Jackson, who lived here.
had been away from home all day and
as he was returning home about mid
night, noticed the building was on
fire and aroused the neighbors. They
were successful in removing most of
the furniture but the building was des-
the building had been forced open and
the contents of the kerosene can had
been emptied, indicating the fire to
have been of an incendiary origin.
The Misses Louise and Anna Kellar
Mr. Everett Lichtenfels and Mr. Han
non of Richmond were guests of Eli
zabeth Leashley, Sunday evening.
Miss Lucy Lantz of Los Angeles,
CaL, grand niece of Miss Amanda and
John Lantz stopped here Friday en
route to the Sweet Brier School for
girls, near Lynchburg, Va.
Harvey Commons was brought to
the home of his sister, Mrs. Omar
McConaha, living south of here, Sun
day morning. Although in a weak con
dition he stood the trip home from
the Memphis hospital wen and it is
thought that if nothing new develops
that he will fully recover. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Lute LanU and daugh
ter of Hilton,
I cent per word. 7 days for ths
price of 5 days.
We charge advertisements sent in
by phone 'and collected for
after its insertion.
LOST Green Silk umbrella. Return
412 S. 9th. Reward. 18-3t
LOST Ladies Gold Watch on Abing'-
ton pike, initials on lid "L. J." Call
Phone 5127-1 17-3t
LOST A black pocketbook, Thursday
morning containing bills and some
silver. Return to Harry J. Eliason
528 N. 22 St. and get reward. 16-tf
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGED A.
M. Roberts. 221 S. B St. Phone 1320.
FIRE INSURANCE and Insurance of
all kinds. Loans, Rentals, Notary
Public and Real Estate. Chas. D.
Shideler, 913 Main. Phone 1814.
Upholstering and awnings. ' All work
first class at an honest price. Esti
mate and prices- freely given. J. H.
Russell, Phoce 1793. 16 South 7th.
RUTH E. PELTZ, teacher of piano.
Certificate from Cincinnati College
of Music. Residence 225 N. 9th
St. Phone 1896. 12-14t
Call on John Kenworthy, 830 N. 12th
street for auctioneering. Formerly
at Union City. 19-lmo
RAFFERTY AND CHASE.
Electrical contractors power plants,
motor works, wiring for lights, bells,
burglar alarms, telephone and re
pair work a specialty. Phone 1469,
in rear of 14 South 8th street. 19-7t
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lantz and dau
ghter of Pendleton, Ind., spent Sunday
evening with Amanda and John Lantz
of this place.
HAGERSTOWN, Ind., Sept 19.
Mr. and Mrs. James Knapp entertain
ed Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sursdorfer at
dinner Saturday evening.
Mrs. Martha Bowman, of Richmond,
spent over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Murray attended
a reunion of the Murray family at
New Madison, Ohio, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petro enter
tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cana
day and family of Economy, Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Vernon and baby, of Lo
santville, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Bousman and family.
Miss Florence Beeson and Mr. El
vin Beeson spent Sunday at New Cas-
Jackson Walker, of near St. Joseph,!
Missouri, spent Sunday visiting mends
here. Mr. Walker formerly lived at
this place. He attended the reunion
of the 36th Indiana Infantry held at
Richmond Friday and was elected vice
Miss Jennie Flemmings, of Rich
mond, has been the guest of Miss
Maud Hayes for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flemming and
son Vernon, of near Economy, were
afternoon visitors of Mrs. J. H. Kid
well. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle and chil
dren, Charles and Ruth, of near Econo
my, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Replogle
and daughter, Helen, were guests Sun
day of their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Replogle, west of town.
Mr. C. T. Knapp took dinner Sunday
with his son James Knapp and family
Mrs. Knapp and two sisters, Mrs. Har
riet Stover and Mrs. Joseph Lacy, of
New Lisbon, spent over Sunday with '
relatives at Fort Wayne.
Miss Malinda Bowman, formerly of
this place was married at a recent
date to Mr. Calvin Watchell, a wealthy
retired merchant, of Muncie. They
will reside at Muncie on West Wash
Mrs. Charley Davis and Mrs. Daisy
Spencer returned to Indianapolis Mon
day after a few days spent at the home
of Wm. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Quickie were
guests at dinner Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Replogle.
The Thanksgiving Harvest services
held at the M. "EL church from Satur
day evening until Monday night, was
well attended. The church present
ed a handsome appearance with its
decorations of fruits, vegetables and
other products. At the servises Sun-
day morning the little daughter Ruth,
of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins, and
Charles Larson, were sprinkled. the
Rev. Biilheiraer pronouncing Hh sto
red rites. The fruits, etc., were sold
at the close of the meeting Monday
evening, the proceeds going to the
Mrs. J- H. Kidwell entertained at
dinner Sunday Mr. Jake Shot, of Har
rison, Ohio, and Mr. Walker Kidwell.
Mrs. Ellen Fox. of Richmond. Mr.
and Mrs. Ulysses Manning and daugh
ter, Rena, of Economy, and their
guest. Miss Vi Ogborn of New Castle,
attended the M. E. services here Sun
day and spent the afternoon at Mrs.
Fox's old home here.
i t;tu.UAir, ina., eepc .
happy to have the pleasure of announ
cing the arrival of another in Perry
township last week, that tirped the
beam at ten an! a half pounds. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Gwin will see that
"youngster" properly managed. Happy
l-rents. Second child.
And still the automobile fever la
raging. Ulysses Manning is the latest
and he now drives a four-passenger
Mr. and Mrs. Sat Rakestraw of Los
antsville spent Sunday here with Mrs.
Lamb and daughter. Miss Ida Lamb.
Mrs. Grace Hunt celebrated her,
let's see, no matter, birthday annlver
sary Sunday. She is so good and says
the "line's busy" with such an elegant
appeal to home patience that we re
frain from asking her what year she.
was born in.
Miss Addle Ballenger of Carlos City
was the guest of Miss Edith Lamb,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb entertained
part of the White Cap League Satur
day night. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gibson and
children attended the M. E. Sunday
The Sunday morning wreck on the
C. & O. near the bridge over Martin
dale's creek west of town, caused a
great many people from going to
Richmond for their Sunday dinner.
Mrs. Ella N. Lamb and daughter
Miss Louise Smith, are visiting Port
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart tried Out
their new buggy Sunday morning by
driving to Webster for a day's visit
Everet Clark fell off the silo he
was helping build for John L. Replo
gle Saturday afternoon, sustaining a
few bruises but was not severely hurt.'
The downward distance covered by
Mr. Clark was 16 feet '
A. N. Chamness of West River was
Mrs. Mary Peterson, the milliner,
received a post card hat picture from
her cousin In Paris that shows the
U. S. has the Identical designs. 80
don't go to Paris for your hats.
Mr. and Mrs. Link Morrison visited'
Mr. and Mrs. Everet Clark Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Haxton and chil
dren, Hilda, Hazel and James, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Haxton and daughter, Lu
cinda and Mary, Mrs. Hulda Haxton.'
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dougherty and chil
dren picnicked all day Sunday In Dick
Haxton's woods on West River.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams and.
children of Richmond were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Green'
street", Sunday. '
Joe Williams of Muncie was here
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hiatt entertain
ed at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Underhlll and children of
Greensfork. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mor
rison of Economy, Mrs. Mattle Oler
and Mrs. Priscllla Oler of Williams
A Fountain City Sunday school will
picnic at Pierce's Lake Saturday.
Mrs. Ethel Evans and children off
Mooreland are visiting Mrs. Alice Fta-'
ser, Mrs. Fraser and Mrs. Ora Ed
wards and daughter, Tbelma arrived'
from Richmond Sunday.
Harry Parker made a pleasure trip
to Modoc Sunday night
The party given Saturday night by-
Charley and Clyde Franklin at their
home was a grand affair. Some fifty "
young people were Invited.
Mr. Laurence Pugh and Miss Em-.
ma Veal of Modoc were here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Love of Sugar
Grove were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lau
rence Hiatt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornburg en
tertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Chamness and children.
Mrs. Harris Clark and daughter.
Helen of Indianapolis were guests of
Dr. J. B. and Mrs. Clark Sunday.
BOSTON, Ind., Aug. 19. Mr. and
Mrs. Hollis Beard and daughter, Tres
sa, from Liberty, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Hester PowelL
Our school is progressing nicely un
der the care of Miss Carrie Witmer.
Leah Parks will atend high school
at Richmond this year.
Dennis Druly has been quite sick
the past week but is much better now.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bea'rd attended ,
the conference of the Christian church
at Mooreland last week.
The Sunday school of the Christian
church will picnic at Glen Miller next
Saturday, leaving this place on the
ten o'clock train and returning at -,
4:15 in the evening.
Every body Is Invited to attend and
help make the day a pleasant one for
Miss Fr ankle Keys has been secur
ed as pastor of the Christian church
for the coming year.
Milo StegalL township president, is
visiting the Sabbath school of the -township
and getting acquainted.
Miss Iinnie Toney is at North Man
chester. She is taking a course of
study at the German Baptist school of
Sam Ketrow has recently moved in
to the house vacated by Charles Rou
quest. ; v...; .
HOME MADE BREAD
Both whole jrheat and white ;