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Enrollments la Quaker colleges
have, -without exception, been greatly
increased over those of last year, ac
pording to Information gleaned from
various letters received at the Friends
Central offices from the presidents o:
these Institutions. The survey chows
that in some Instances the colleges
were compellfd to admit more than a
capacity enrollment, but there also is
a marked tendency to restrict the
number received into the freshman
class to the normal figure.
The letter from Wilmington college,
Wilmington, Ohio, states that the
present enrollment of 245 students
snows a slight increase over that of
last year and that there are 24 on the
faculty of that institution at present.
Haverford college, Haverford, Pa..
a school outside the Five Years meet
ing, reports a registration of 212 stu
dents, with a gain over last year.
It Is at Guilford college, Guilford,
N. C, that the board of trustees has
authorized the discontinuation of the
preparatory department of the school
in order that the entire equipment
may be turned over to college work
Here there is an enrollment of 230
students and 27 faculty members.
The - total -number of Btudents en
rolled and the number on the fac
ulty -were not given in the letter re
ceived from Friends university, Wich
ita, Kas., but It was stated that there
la a first-year- class enrollment at that
institution this year of 135.
Whittier college, Whittier, Cal., has
195 young men and women enrolled
in the (student body and reports 23
faculty members. Pacific college at
Newberg, Ore., Is another extreme
western college of the Friends faith,
and here there are enrolled 57 college
An Increase of 52 per cent over last
year Is reported in the enrollment of
Nebraska Central college at Central
City, Neb., whero there is a student
body of 100. Penn college at Oska
loosa, la., will celebrate its fiftieth an
niversary during the next year. Its
present freshman enrollment is 107,
but the total number in the etudent
body there was not given.
Earlham college here is the largest
In point of enrollment of any of the
Quaker colleges, it having an enroll
ment this year of 458. This number
was more than the limit, but the man
agement felt compelled to lift the re
strictions, but the freshman class wa3
held down to 107.
It Is noted from the survey that
aside from the Friends society mem
bers there aro representatives of from
four to six denominations p.resent in
the student bodies of all of the Friends
institutions. There are, however, many
young Friends who attend these coi
leges to lay the groundwork for the
future work of the church, say the letters.
THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND,
PHILOMATH, Ind. Mrs. Russell
Hawkins called on Mrs. Mary Shank
Monday afternoon Mrs. Willard
and Mrs. Elmer Rodenburg and Mrs.
Mary Shank spent Tuesday afternoon
with Mrs. Rufus Stinson Mrs. Vill-
man, Mr. and Mrs.. Richardson, Bu
chanan Vernon of Connersville, Mrs.
John Clevenger and daughter Alta, and
Mrs. J. T. Bradley of Centerville,
spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. M
B. McCashJand. . . .Mr.( and Mrs. Will
ard Rodenburg "and son Charley, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy .Rodenburg and eons,
John Rodenburg, Mr and Mrs. Elmer
Rodenburg. Adam Fulton, Mr. and Mrs.
John Hendrix attended the Hamilton
fair Friday George Fulton and Mrs.
Eliza Martin left Thursday for a visii
with relatives at Sales Creek, Tenn.
....Mrs. Harry Lambert and children
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Hayward. of Angola, this week
Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson
and daughter of Liberty, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Stinson and family of
Abington, spent Sunday with MA and
Mrs. Samuel Stinson. .. .Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus Stinson and son Ernest, spent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. James
Lyboult, of near Green's Fork.... Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Plankenhorri and son
Orval, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Shadle and son Roscie of near
Centerville Mr. and Mrs. James
Shank of near Milton, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shank
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCashland and
family of Roseburg. 6pent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McCashland
Doretta Carlos of Liberty spent a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dodd
ridge and sons.
ECOXOMY. Ind. The golden wed
ding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. W.
P. Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cecil
were celebrated at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W. Jordan, near the
John W. Jordan home now owned by
C. J. Atkinson, Tuesday.' Both cou
ples were married 50 years ago by
Thomas Jordan, brother of W. D. Jor
dan and Mrs. Cecil. Many flowers
were presented to both couples. A
bountiful dinner was served at the
roon hour to the following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cecil, New Burling-
FOR THE RELIEF OF
Coughs, Colds. Croup
WHOOPING COUGH. HOARSENESS
DOUBLE MURDERER'S INNOCENT VICTIMS
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Jealousy of Clifford Hayes, an
admirer of Miss Pearl Bahmer,
above, is said to have caused
the double murder which
Criminologists throughout the coun
try are questioning the confession al
leged to have been, made by Raymond
Schneider which accuses Clifford
Hayes of the double murder of the
Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall and, Mrs.
ton; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan, Mun-
cie; Charley Cecil,' Muncie; Mr. and
Mrs. Blackburn, Potsdam, Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Jordan, Richmond; Mrs.
Burgess McMahan, Lois McMahan and
Wilmer McMahan, Richmond; Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Dennis and daughter
Zelma, Hagerstown; Mr. and Mrs. Syl
vester Billhelmer, Hagerstown: ' Mr.
and Mrs. Clarkson Dennis, Hagers
town; Mr- and Mrs. D. W. Harris,
Green's Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Cain, Economy; Joe. Neiswanger and
daughter Grace, . Plainville; Mr! and
Mrs. Clifford Smith, Muncie; Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Ross, Muncie; Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Cecil, Muncie; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lumpkin. Mr. and Mrs.
J. 1m Dennis; Mrs. Wallace Cheesman,
Losantville; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. John Lumpkin,
Mrs. Frank Waltz and son Ralph, Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Dennis and daughter,
Mr. ana Mrs. Arthur Dennis, Mr. and
Mrs. Hansel Dennis and daughter. Mrs.
Harmon Dennis and daughter, Hagers
town: Mr. and Mrs." W. D. Jordan, Mr.
and Mrs. Enos Veal, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. veaver. Mrs. Martha Cain, Miss
Ella Cain, Mrs. Louisa Denny, Miss Jo
sephine Denny, Mrs. Martha Atkinson.
Economy; Mrs. Catherine Porch, Chi
cago; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Atkinson. Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Cain and daughters, Alma, Mil
dred and Catherine, Mr. and Mrs. Ce
cil Cain. Mrs. Lida Fouts, Economy;
Miss Ethel Henderson, Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W. Jordan and son
LYNN. Ind. Mrs. Mand Swnl
a shopper in Richmond MnnHav
Mrs. Edith Jordan spent Monday "in
Kicnmono Mr and Mrs. Will Till-
son returned Monday from an over
Sunday visit with relatives in Rich
mond Mrs. S. A. Sarver. who un
derwent an operation at the Randolph
county hospital, is convalescent
Mrs. Mae Horn and family spent Sun
day with Mr and Mrs. Jerry Horn, at
ueinei timer llodgm returned
Resulted in the death of Mrs.
Eleanor Mills, mother of Char
lotte Mills, above, and the Rev.
Edward Wheeler HalL
Eleanor Mills, near New Brunswick,
N. J. According -to the alleged con
fession Hayes sho; the couple when
he mistook the minister and his choir
leader for Miss Pearl Bahmer and her
stepfather. Hayes is said to have
been infatuated with Miss Bahmer.
Tuesday from an over Sunday visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hodgin at
New Madison, Ohio.....T. J. White,
of Greenville. Ohio, transacted busi
ness in Lynn, Wednesday Miss Ida
Johnson remains in much the same
condition after several weeks illness.
COTTAGE GROVE, Ind Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Meyers and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Meyers spent Saturday in Ham
ilton, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Eevrett
Miller of near Oxford, called on Omar
Miller Saturday afternosn Mrs. Ed.
ward Williamson and daughters, Cleo
and Freda, spent Friday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Logue
Alonzo Logue and George Keelor wer
Liberty callers Saturday Salem
Missionary society met last Thursdav
with Mrs. Edward Lee, west of Lib-
prtx C. P. Creek passed away last
Friday morning after a two months'
illness of the flu George Brown
is still very ill Mrs. Tom Burris
has been quite ill.. .Mr. and Mrs. Oma.
Mller, Pauline and Max Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gardner spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Paddock and sons Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Meyers spent Sunday in Rich
mond Raymond Wyatt, of Rich
mond, spent Sunday with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Miller spent
Sunday evening with Edward William
son and family Sears Williamson
and Miss Edith Keelor spent Sunday
evening with Miss Veda Miller
Mrs. Harry Shirkey spent Friday in
Liberty The C. G. S. club will
meet with Mrs. Omar Miller nexc
Friday afternoon.. .Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Caldwell spant Saturday in Richmond,
NEW FALL FABRICS
now on display. Let me tailor you 1
I a suit that will please you. 1
G. H. GERLACH I
10314 Main St. Over Farwig's
FILES COURT MOTION
GREENVILLE, Ohio, Oct. 12. The
Knupp Auto company has filed a mo
tion in common pleas court to have
stricken from the file a "petition to
set aside the judgment" filed in the
case of the Knupp Auto Supply com
pany against Harry DeWitt, saying
the paper writing was not authorized
by the court and that the allegatione
made therein are not true. The Knupp
Auto company secured a Judgment for
$1,006 and seven percent interest from
May to Sept 6, 1922.
The hearing of the case of N-. C.
Bayman, and N. R- Bayman against
John Q. Landis for $481.27 and inter
est from May 17, 1921 has been called
up for hearing in common pleas court.
Some 10 witnesses have been subpoen
aed to give testimony. , The case
was tried once before in common pleas
court but the. jury disagreed.
H. H. Minnich was appointed admin
istrator de bonus non of the estate of
Frank B. Schreel, deceased. Bond
J. B. Young was appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Ethel Young, de
ceased. Bond $3,000.
Benton E. Witt was appointed ad
ministrator of Albert Wilt, deceased.
Bond. $10,000. . .
Order of public sale of real estate is
sued to J. B. Grilliott. administrator
of Wilhelmina Schmeiding,' deceased.
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Gardner.. .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meyers
and sons, Alvin and Will, spent last
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Meyers. .... Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and
children and Miss Ethel Smith spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Rush Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gardner,
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Logue, Mrs. Ellen
Rucker and Omar Miller were among
those from here who attended the
funeral of Charles Creek and Mrs.
Anna Johnson.. .Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Williamson and daughters, Cleo and
Fred,a, called on Mr. and Mrs. Cam
Miller Sunday afternoon. Mr. Miller
is improving.. .Mrs. Edith Keelor and
Miss LeLora Logue spent Sunday with
Miss Verda Miller.. .Mrs. Harry Quick
and lady friend, of Connersville, spent
Sunday1 with Mr. and Mrs. David Mor.
rett Mr. and Mrs. Willus Sanfod
took supper with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Barnard, of Liberty. Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Benner and
Mrs. Mary . Casada
How's Your Appetite?
Are You Nervous?
Do You Cough?
Bedford, Ind. I had the 'flu' and it
almost got the best of me. . It left
me in a very weak, nervous. condition.
I had no appetite. and was so weak it
was all I could do to walk across the
room; I also had an awful cough. I
tried several different medicines and
a good doctor also, but was getting
weaker every day. At last I decided to
try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, and I can truthfully say that
it has done me more good than any
other medicine I have ever taken. The
third day after I began taking it I was
i hungry. My appetite is now very good.
and I am able to do my housework."
Mrs Mary E. Casada, 309 North M
Obtain this "Discovery" in tablets
or liquid at your nearest drug store.
f Carl Kimpel, D. C, Ph. C.
1 Chiropractor I
48 South 7th St. Phone 2278
Razing Old Lynn Landmark;
To Build Filling Station
LYNN, Ind., Oct 12. One of Lynn's
oldest buildings, which has stood for
years on the corner of Main and
Church streets, known as the Nichals
House, is being, torn down by Deboy
and Thompson, recent purchasers. An
up-to-date filling station is to be erect
ed on the corner when the present
building has been removed.
baby daughter, Marjorie. of College
Corner, spent Sunday with Mrs. Rach
el Wright and daughter. Susie Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Meyers and family
were visitors in Hamilton Monday af
ternoon. .. .Mrs. Sam Caldwell spenl
Tuesday in Richmond . .". .Mrs. Alonzo
Logue spent Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. Omar Miller Mrs. Kavanaugh
Robinson and daughter, Virginia, call
ed on Miss Verda Miller Tuesday evening.
BETHEL, Ind. Eugene Long and
family, Mrs. Joseph Long and Mrs. Al
bert Cappellar of Centerville, Mrs.
Charles Davis and son Earnest and
Miss Pauline Jarrett of Green's Fork
were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Ansen Brumfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Brumfield Mr. and Mrs. John
Harding and daughter Miss Marie, Mr.
and Mrs. Merl Coleman, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Spencer and daughter Loreen
and son Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Spencer spent Sunday with Ray Petti-
john and family of Ridgeville Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Windle spent Satur
day night with Mr. and. Mrs. William
Windle then spent the day Sunday
The Word Han Gone Forth That
Stnarl' Dyxpepnia Tablets Hetn
atate You At the Banquets.
All you gassy, sour stomachs who
fear to eat because from acidity you
suffer the pangs of Indigestion, let it
Ladles and Gentlemen: AH Mho Are
Xot Supplied Vlth Stnart'a
Dyspepsia Tablets Are
Out of Luck.
be known that you find relief from
such distress by simply chewing one or
two Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after
means. A host of people have gone
hack to fried eggs and bacon, sausage,
doughnuts, baked beans, pie and cheese,
steak and onions, cucumbers, cream
with pnffp nrA en nn ...... . . 1 1. . r ..
covered that after eating such things.
a. oiuari s uyspepsia xaoiet gave the
stomach a sweetened alkaline effect
and there was no sour, acid, gassv
heartburn, belching, pressure and such
distresses due to indigestion after eat-
in? 1 1 in 11 i . 1 1 tn , , 1, ,-. nnflnn . i. : .
...m. - . ..... . J i . i. ' . 1 1 1 I t V, 1 ui tlllS
and to get a 60 cent box of Stuart's Dys-
ij-pma. laoieis at any arug store. Be
armed and prepared for the big din
nera and banquests. Advertisement.
Folding Wash Benches
Order Your Winter Overcoat
DENNIS-GAAR CO- Inc.
Tailors and Haberdashers
1010 Main St. In the Wettcott
Mew Wool Sweaters
Indeed, an autumn without a Sweater would
be as flavorless as a dance without music.
You must have at least one or two to spice up
your wardrobe. Our stocks are now com
plete with the newest weaves and colors. Just
to make things lively in our Sweater depart
ment for the next several days, we expect to
mark some of our be"st $3.00 and $4.00 Slip-
on Sweaters at
Colors Navy, Scarlet, Brown, Buff and White
Come and See Them Go!
The Original Cut-Rate
DRUG . STORES
HOT WATER BOTTLES
All New Stock
$1.29, $1.49, $1.79, $2.29
Combination Water Bottles
and Syringe $1.89,
Every home should be prepared
for -winter. Our prices are low
est in years and we stand back
of every bottle as to quality and
29c 59c 79c
35c Piso's 29c
60c King's New Discovery
35c . Chamberlain's 29c
65c Chamberlain's 59c
30c Bell Pine Tar and Hon
ey for 24c
60c Bell Pine Tar and Hon
ey for 49c
65c Pinex (to make 1 pint)
All other makes same
35c Tonsiline 29c
60c Tonsiline 49c
$1.25 Absorbine Jr. . .$1.15
30c Grove's Quinine. . . ,21c
30c Hill's Quinine . . . . .23c
35c Pape's Cold Comp. .29c
Vick's Salve. . ,24c, 49c, 98c
Scrap Tobacco, 3 for. . .25c
Camel and Lucky Strike
Cigarettes 1 5c
Omar and Fatima Cigar
with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hyde Miss
Hellen Collins who is goinK to Busi
ness College at Richmond spent Sat
urday evening and Sunday here with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Col
lins Mrs. Emma Downing and
daughter Maude of Union City spent
Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Isa
Brown Isaac Bowen of Richmond
spent Sunday with Jehn Boren and
family Mrs. William Lee is now
able to sit up a little. She is improv
inB Mrs. Cellia Anderson is spend
ing a few days at Richmond with her
son Albert and other relatives S.
M. Boren of Marion who has been
spending the past month with his
brother Jehn Boren and familv, is now
spending a few days with Elmer Har
rison and family.. :..S. M. Boren spent
a couple of days last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Grant Robinson Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Anderson were guests Sun
day of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams
of Fountain City Mr. and Mrs. Ol
iver Spencer entertained the following
guests to a 6 o'clock dinner Wednes
day in honor of Lowell Spencer's
birthday. The guests were Lowell
Spencer. Miss Loreen Spencer, Miss
Hellen Gale, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spen
Parish Night Program
Am. V? m. MM P T 'Li
sic rirsi m. c. i omgiu
The first Parish night program will
be held at the First M. E. church
Thursday night, supper being served
at 6 o'clock, a devotional service from
7 o'clock to 8 o'clock and a recrea-"
tional hour will be conducted from 8
o'clock'to 9 o'clock. The Parish night
programs were held every Thursday
night last winter and it is planned
to carry out the same idea this winter.
The purpose of the program at th-
church is to promote higher devo
tional attainments and to further the
social life of the church and of the
invited guests who live in the parish
and who may be strangers in the conw
Opp. Post Office
The Easiest Thing
We Have to Sell is
.Good Clothes Values
.pHE BETTER grade of clothing represents value
which is the easiest thing to sell. That's why we
prefer to deal entirely in good clothes, for they are far
more satisfying than ordinary clothes, yet cost little more.
FASHION PARK SUITS and OVERCOATS
as well as other well-known makes, comprise our Fall line.
Overcoats at $15.00 up Suits at $20.00 up
We sell and recommend Manhattan Shirts
and Holeproof Hose.
W. E. JAMESON, Proprietor
709-711 Main Street
for Friday and Saturday
54-inch Navy Storm Serge, sponged and shrunk; an
exceptional value at, yard $1.39
54-inch French All-Wool Serge, navy and brown,
sponged and shrunk, a $2.00 value, yard $1.59
48-inch to 54-inch All-Wool Skirtings, stripes and
plaids, value to $3.00; special Friday and Saturday,
per yard $1.29
40-inch All-Silk Canton Crepe in eight good shades,
special at $2.9S
32-inch Silk-Stripe Shirting Madras in the wanted
shades; yard 59
36-inch Outings in either light or dark patterns;
per yard 20c4
63-inch linen-finish Indian Head, fine for table
cloths ; yard 59
S4.25 wool-finish Blankets in good plaid patterns,
large size, extra heavy, pair $3.69
$10.00 All-Wool Blankets in 8-block patterns, large
size, pair ...$7.98
70x80 Wearwell Blankets in grey and tan, extra
weight, pair $3.00
Hope or Daisy Bleached Muslin, all you want ; special
at 6 yards for $1.00
75c Bath Robe material in good colors and patterns ;
per yard 59
Bath Robe Blankets, large size, good patterns, special
at only $4.50
$4.50 Crepe Bed Spreads, stripes in blue and pink,
special at $3.19
Ladies' Cashmere Gauntlets, brown, beaver and
mode, all sizes, pair $1.00
Ladies plain and fancy Wool Gloves, all colors and
sizes 81.50 and $1.75
I OYSTERS Standards and
i Selects. , Fresh every day. I
LEE B. NUSBAUM GO.