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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1921. uiB SEVEN BROWN CASE TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT BY DAYTON COURT GREENVILLE. Ohio, Dec. 30. The motion of Prosecutor Hoel to strike out part of the answer in the quo warranto proceedings against County Treasurer Brown a"hd also a motion for judgment on the pleadings was heard by the court of appeals at Day ton before Judsres Allread. Fernedint and Kunkle. The court took the case under advisement ' ' Just before Attorney Kyle started his argument for the state. Attorney John Maher, for the defense, was granted permission by the court to file an amended answer, in which will be set out the fact that Treasurer Brown already has been placed on trial and acquitted on one of the in dictments. Attorney Kyle made the opening ar gument for the state and was followed by Attorneys Maher and Murphy, for the defense. The closine argument was made by Prosecutor Hoel. Judge Ferneding stated that. In view of the importance of the case, an early decision would be made. 93 Less Marriages There has been quite, a slump in marriage licenses during the year 1921. During 1920 there were issued 375 licenses, and in 1921, up to Thurs day noon, there had been 277 licenses issued. New Cases Common Pleas Daisv V. Marker vs. J. C. Medford. J. W. Spidel. Lewis S. Plyley, Nettle Plvlev and Charles Shepherd. Money, Amount claimed. $1,000. with interest from Nov. 14. 1921. Kirk Hoffman, attoraev for olaintiff. M. C. Cain vs. S. R. Hiatt, auditor of Darke county Ohio, and Dan H Brown, treasurer of Darke county. ' Ohio. Injunction and equitable relief. V' ""f.V. D. Brumbaugh, attorney for plain- tirr. Samuel Hill vs. S. R. Hiatt, auditor of Darke county, Ohio, and Dan H. Brown, treasurer of Darke county, Ohio. Injunction and equitable relief. W. D. Brumbaugh, attorney for plain tiff. Probate Court L. F. Hoschouel, administrator of the estate of Phoebe Routzong, de ceased, filed inventory and appraise ment. Zelpha G. Ault, administratrix of the estate of Elizabeth Wilson, de ceased, filed petition to tlx and deter mine amount of inheritance tax. from home. The fire was caused by a defective flue. Most of the contenta of the house was saved The Christ mas entertainment, given by the church and school Friday night was well attended Mr. and Mrs. Rus- seU Lambcrson were .the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henby of north of Straughns. . . .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beihl called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beihl Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sweet and family of Connersville and Mrs. John Knecht of Rushville called on Mrs. C. D. Haulm Monday while en route to Raleigh to the home of their brother, George bweet, who died Sunday, Dec. 25. in terment in the Raleigh cemetery Tues day, Dec. 27. FAIR HAVEN, Ohio Mrs. Sarah Roush and Miss Marguerite Brown are visiting relatives in El wood Mr. and Mrs. Emery Houser and fam ily spent Sunday near Sugar Valley. .... Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whit and fam ily of near Brookville spent from Thursday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis White Mrs. Mary Sauer- hoerer of Cincinnati is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phllpott Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ramsey of MIddletown, Mr. and Mis. Lester Heavenridge, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Heavenridge and Mr. M. C. Wisely of Ancona spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. James Heavenridge Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Brown entertained their children at a Christmas dinner Sun day Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bostick, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Bostick, Mr. and Mrs. Will Marshall and George Craig spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Bostick and daughter, Florence. . . .Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace entertained company Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lor- imer Charles have moved to their new home.... The Christmas program at the M. E. church was well attended Sunday afternoon On the. evening of Dec. 20 Marguerite Brown and Kathryn Wallace gave a shower at the George Wallace home, one and one half miles west of Camden, in honor of Ruby White, whose marriage to Myrl Heavenridge took place Dec. 24. The rooms were beautifully decorated FE SCORES HIGH UN INTELLIGENCE TEST dred Woodard and daughters Elsie and spent the week-end in Richmond.... Bettie spent Christmas eve at the' Mrs. Florence Kennedy and daughter home of E. E. Whiteman Mr. and . - ,,, ,, ,, A w Claud Lock and daughter spent "7 "T T 1 iriper mis ween. . . .ftliss juiiaieu auu Mrs. Christina with Addison and Martha! Lock Mary Morgan and Christina J William Jenkinson of Indiana univers- Morgan called on Ida Blatt Sunday. jty. Miss Grace Pottenger of Sullen's morning ... Howara iianey ana iam-coll ege of Bristoi Tenn Misses Helen Mrs. Dr. Harley Norman Morgan jHart and MaiT Beard of Earlham are; and family and Hue Schlosser spent j spending their vacation with their, Christmas with Joe Alexanders. parents Miss lone Robinson of; Cora Fulkerson spent Tuesday with Peru is here for a short visit with, Martha Lock Mrs. Carl Baker call-i relatives Miss India Stanford of, ed on Mrs. Hershal Micksell Sunday. Richmond is visiting with her grand-1 Mrs. L. C. Thurston called on Wal- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Druley ter Williams Wednesday Mr. and I Mrs- Liy Brattin is spending a Mrs. Sam Wolfal. and cHildren spent tew davs with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Christmas with Addam Wolfal and 1 Johnson of Peru Miss Golda and , wife Howard Piatt is the victim of ! Albert Young of Cincinnati are the. Beard... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis are visiting relatives in St. Louis and Clay City Worth le Williams spent Mon day In Cincinnati.. . .Mies Thelma and Ear! Brattin spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Moss,... Mrs. Young Is visiting relatives near Shelbyville ...Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Eenuer of New Paris, O., were guests of relatives hers over the week-end. ' -- Bertram D. Holder man. Bertram D. Holderman, sixteen-year-old youth of Pittsburg, Pa., who is a freshman at Pennsylvania state college, has established a psychological test record for col lege students. He made a score of 163 out of a possible 168. Only seven of the 13,000 college men and women who have taken this same test have made a score cf lfiO or better, but not one equaled Hold erman's record of completing it in 23 of the 30 minutes allotted. and especially the living room, where there was a very large Christmas tree. HOLLANSBURG, Ohio. Frank Ile lan and family, C. E. Byrant and Mil- pneumonia Doris Richard is spend ing this weekrWith Viola Richards Mary Williams called on Merle Harris Monday Mr. and Mrs. Van White and daughter spent Sunday evening with Dr. and Mrs. Bishop Mattie Lock called on Etta Hill Monday Etta Hill returned home Saturday after a visit at Cincinnati... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Caskey and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Caskey and Chalmer Caskey spent Monday in Richmond Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wiggs and son, Robert Charles, spent Christmas with Mae Piatt. Mrs. Jessie Simpson called on Mrs. Norma Richards TOuesday afternoon. . Frank Irelan and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Byrant of Cincinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodard of Charles ton, W. Va., and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Whiteman spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Meek Ida Piatt. Mary Morgan, Defbthy Williams, Martha Albright, 'Christina Morgan, Bonnie Bayne, Edith Miller, Susan Billman, Edris Chenoweth and Dorothy Slick called on Donna Irelan Thursday eve ning Miss Nola Teaford called on Miss Ruth Caskey Saturd'ay evening. Mrs. Chester Williams called, on Mrs. Walter Williams Wednesday Mrs. Sinks and R. A. Downing called on Mrs. L. C. Thurston Sunday. BOSTON, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Alph Kutter, Mrs. Earl Miller and daughter Suburban v ' GREEN'S FORK Mrs. Effie Brooks spent Sundav with her parents at Economy Mrs. E. M. Stanton and daughters spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stinson near Centerville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bovd and family erent Christmas in Richmond Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Gunckle returned Tuesday evening from Muncie where they have been visiting Gerald Kennedy of Purdue university is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Cranor Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cum mins and daughters, Nellie, Catherine and Esther Jane Mr. and Mrs. .Lute Hatfield. Hazel Hatfield, Harry Hat field, Mr. and Mrs. Rice Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Oil Gaylor, Mr. and Mrs. Vervl Shaffer, Joe Benboe. Rhea. Aus terman, Aileen Hower. Gordon Gaylor, Eugene Gaylor, John Fox and Charles Wise, were entertained to a turkey !inner Christmas day by Mr. and Mrs. 5lorris Harrison and children Velet atld Freda Benboe at Hagerstown. . .'. Mary Downing and Jesse Bird spnt Mondav evening with Mrs. Rice Miller and John Fox A Christmas enter tainment was given Sunday at the Christian and Methodist churches Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harrison and Velet Benboe of Hagerstown spent Mondav afternoon with Mrs. Rice Mil jor Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Pickett of Richmond spent Sunday witn Mrs. iaa i Pickf t and family Mr. and Mrs. ( Ves Nicholson visited in Richmond) Saturday and Sunday Mrs. George j Smith, Mrs. Rice Miller and Mrs. Charles Cummins spont ednesday in Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Eh in Ben son returned Tuesday evening from Hacerstown where they have been visiting since Saturday. DALTON, Ind. A Christmas pro pram was given by the pupils at the Dal ton school house Friday afternoon und was well attended Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dennis entertained at Christmas dinner the following per rons: Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Dennis and daughter Mildred. Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Dennis and daughters Ruth and Thelma, Mr. and Mr3. Arthur Dennis and daughters Esther and Martha and son Thotnas and Miss y.elnm Dennis. . .Mrs. EM;t Groves and pon, Hnrlev. of Topeka, Has., are stay ing with Mr.-and Mrs. Morton Harfpr a few days Frank Matchct of Mun cie rppnt Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Pan Mntchet Mr. and Mrs. t ., i0 v.-itrs nnd familv entertained at tWrhristrnaa dinnf the following pev (TA .ns: Mr. and Mrs. John Bales and sons itaiyn ai iunnm. ....... benjamin Jackson. Orvil and Pearl Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jackson and daughters of Dalevilie... William Farlow, who is spending the winter with his son. S. C. Farlow, of Delaware count. i3 recovering from in juries sustained when he fell down a Kairwav last Friday night. .. .Mr. and Mis. Jake Study. Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Beeson. Mr. and Mj-s. Tessa Vardiman dined with Mr. and Mrs. Abija Alircd Christmas clay. . .Charles and Vivian Taylor of Westfieid are spending a vacation with Mr. and Mr-. Ed Beeson Mrs. Bessie Harter and daughter left Wednesday for Van Buren to spend a few days with her h(1ns Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Beeson and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bogue of Muncie are) moving to the farm of the late Wil liam Harter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beeson ar.d family and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilkinson and family spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Ber nard Beeson of Losantville Rev. Willie Richards of Matthews is hold ing meetings at the Baptist church for a few days. BENTONVILLE, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sheets of Michigan, are visiting the former's brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Sheets, for a few days m. nn,i u-a. Miller and family at tended a pitch-in dinner at Milton in KWor of the latter's sister, Mrs. Ll3hop, of Illinois Arthur Manlove and son, Russell were ine ouuuay xiiests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hussey Mark Laughlin's home wa3 de ;rnvei bv fire Sunday evening about C o'clock, while Ui-a family was awayj 9 em 9 NeYearRe$olutions and ) fisr There's one pledge that's easy to keep and worth keeping: To use Silver Flash and nothing but Silver Flash in your car. You won't be tempted to switch to another brand w hen you know the quick, easy start that Silver Flash gives, and the fast pick-up, the masterful power and the bg mileages you always get from it. WESTERN OIL REFINING CO. Indianapolis You can now get Silver Flash Gasoline from the following good dealers. They sell it to you because they know it's the best, the most efficienf and the cheapest in the long run: ANDREW WALKER GROCERY Greenwood Ave. L. E. LITTLE 432 Lincoln St. , HARRY HASELTINE GROCERY 103 Richmond Ave. GEORGE WORLEY'S GARAGE 15 South Ninth St. CHENOWETH ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. 1115 Main St. EARL WRIGHT MOTORCYCLE GARAGE 31 South Fifth St. ELMER SMITH'S MOTORCYCLE GARAGE 426 Main St. F. E. THREEWIT'S GARAGE 703 South Ninth St. THE DAFLER-MOSER CO. 272 Ft. Wavne Ave. HOWARD BROOKS East End Lunch Room, Opp. Roundhouse. BROOKS BROS. GARAGE National Road, West GLEN McIIENRY Grant and Sheridan JOHN ZWISSLER'S 28 South Fifth St. J. P. AIKIN & SONS' GROCERY, 1415 N. C St COFFMAN & SON GARAGE 46 South Sixth St. McCONAIIA'S GARAGE 418 Main St. ROSCOE HELM'S GARAGE Centerville, Ind. . F.B.JENKINSON'SSTORE Boston, Ind. ' FRANKLIN & RIGGELMAN Williamsburg, Ind. DAVIS GARAGE Hagerstown, Ind. F. D. PALMER Fountain City, Ind. Western Oil; Refining Co. Richmond Branch 1723 North F E. F. WILSON, Mgr. Res. Phone 4504 Office Phone 3125 BUY YOUR SILVER FLASH GAS ROM Richmond, Ind. McCONAHA'S GARAGE Phone 1480 guests of relatives Mrs. Mark Bos-; worth has returned to her home, in: Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Charles1 Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis of ; Montpelier. Mr. Draper of Aniboy vis ited with the families of W. C. How ard and Claude Ballenger this weeR.. i ..Rev. and Mrs. Thorn and daughter spent this week at Lynn with rela tives. . . .Mrs. Joseph Brower visited in Richmond Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Warner Card, Mr and Mrs. Elmer j Farnsworth of Richmond spent Christ- j mas with Mr. and Mrs. Will Porter-! field and Dr. J. J. Rile Mr. and; Mrs. Herfert Carrico and sons were called to Norwood, Va., by the death i of a relative Mr. and Mrs. P. .L-j Eeatd entertained at dinner Sunday,! Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Beard and chil-! dren of College Corner, Mr. and Mrs. i Z. H. Stanley of Witts, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell and son of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Eby and Mary Announcement! We wish to announce to our former patrons and f rjends that we have purchased the Kroger Grocery Store atv 203 Richmond , avenue. We will carry notions and .dry goods as ?ie carried before. Thomas W. Erk v 203 Richmond Ave. & r kz Cream GOAL When you think of COAL, think of us. We have .Coal that will please you. And we will please you with our service. Farmers' National Grain Assn. Old Champion Mill Phone 2549 Yards Boston, Kitchel, Fountain City and Richmond, Ind. j PASTEURIZED QUALITY DRINK SAFE MILK SERVICE The safe Milk is Wayne Dairy Products Company"! Pasteurized Milk always remember that. And when, it is a question of health we should not take chances. All of the dairies supplying milk for the Wayne Dairy Products Company are inspected by Rich mond's dairy inspector. Use the home products. WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM WAYNE DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. Phone 5238 " South 6th and A Sta. 9a IJre-Inventory Specials in Footwear FOR SATURDAY ONLY AS i y - fflttt ill ""Boys' Shoes for school or dress in brown or black calf, medium, English and soft toe, army last, Goodyear welted leather soles ' and wingf oot rubber heels Citf 4 I I 'I $2.95 Children's Shoes in black or brown, round or medium toes, low rubber heel; every pair built for service $2.75 Ladies' Brogue Oxfords in light tan or dark brown calf military or low rubber heels. Pre Inventory Sale calf- $4.45 $3.95 GEO. E. KLUTE Ladies' Dress Shoes in brown or black kid and skin, medium English toes, military or low heels, at Shoe Department 925-929 Main i 3 QuaSty Merchandise Reasonably Priced m Quality Merchandise Reasonably Priced Special reductions on all our Blankets and Comforts right at the time of year when they are most needed. Avail yourself of this opportunity to supply your needs at abig saving. Blankets Plain tan Cotton Blanket, single bed size, QQ now at - tOv 64x76 plain tan Cotton Blanket, pink " A A or blue borders pJ-Vt 64x76 extra hea-y grey or tan Cotton Blankets, pink or blue borders, now at 72x80 plain grey extra heavy Cotton Blaniet, blue borders, now at 66x80 Woolnap Blanket, plain grey with pink or blue borders (St A "ICI now at . . . : vc -i- 72x84 Plaid Woolnap Blankets, beautiful blue, pink or tan plants, (J A A Q now at tpfi.4l-0 S2.29 yrey extra laniet, blue $2.98 Comforts Cotton-filled good, heavy Comfort, made of cotton challie; desirable patterns. Reduced (j2 Good heavy Comfort, plain colored, satin-finished bor ders, center of figured silk oline. Reduced (0 Qi oov p ft! I ha 1 in to Extra heavy sateen-bordered cretonne center well- made Comfort, reduced to . .v. $5.19 Sateen-bordered Comforts, centers of beautiful floral pattern cretonnes ; stitch ing guaranteed for 5 years. QQ QQ Reduced to 0UQ Boys' Suits and Mackinaws at prices that are especially attractive to those parents who wish to start the bov to school in a new outfit. - $6.95 Boys' $9.00 All-Wool Suits reduced to (Some have two pairs trousers) Boys' $11 -All-Wool Suits fiQ AO reduced to , PO0 (Some have two pairs trousers) Boys' $7.50 fine quality Chinchilla Overcoats, well tailored, - tf 4 AO reduced to tp4iO , Boys' plaidall-wool well tailored Mackinaws One lot of Boys' good qufaity School Trousers Special, each $5.98 ...78 c GEO E. S25-929 Main Street UTE .- SSI ?