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AIOnZIOND DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1904.
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Same. . w "' Commence Deltverv ddress """ " "" This offer may be withdrawn at any time, so act at once. The Palladium For JOB WORK . . . ' ' " DUBLIN. " " Dublin, Ind., October 24. Mrs. Lillie Mayall, teacher at Fountain City, was in Dublin last week. All the Dublin teachers attended Teachers' Institute at Richmond last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Huddleston were visiting: their son, Dr. Albert Huddleston at Winchester, lately. The defeat of the Dublin base ball game at Greensfork lately has been the first for some time. J. V. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Roe Bales, were all off on a visit to the World's Fair last week. Joseph Gilbert and family will in all probability move to New Lisbon soon after the election. Charley King has bought out the grocery store of E. G. Moore at the corner of Johnson and Main street, and is adding to the stock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Champe, af ter several weeks of a pleasant visit among home folks started for their home at Zion City (Dowie's Home) Monday morning. David Mullen, who has had a very much withered hand since a mere child, is now rejoicing in part of its restoration through the laying on of hands by the Rev. Mr. Manley who held a series of meetings here during last week and over Sunday. Orange Hall of the department store of Cambridge City has bought the Hoffman residence on Milton street, once known as the Harrison Cook property, lately, at $1,500. Rufus Crull of Idianapolis who died at that city on Friday last was brought here for burial on Sunday at 0:30 a. m., and the remains were laid beside those of his wife in the West ern cemetery. Mr. Crull was long a citizen of Dublin, but has lived at In dianapolis for some fifteen or more years. He was a cousin to S. F. Crull of this place. Quarterly meeting will he held next Saturday and Sunday at the Fast Main street U. B. church. Mr. and Mrs. M. Garthwait enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garrigus of Washington City, D. C, Tuesday last at dinner. Mr. &nd Mrs. Kemmer spent Sun day with Mr. Kemmer's parents Sun day week ago at Indianapolis. Mrs. Nate Earl is quite on the sick list. Mrs. Bennett of Milton visited her sister, ;Mrs. M. Garthwaite, Tuesday last. Mr. Mid Mrs. W. Garthwait and daughter, Nora, had a pleasant visit last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Garthwait of Richmond. Not much corn as yet cribbed as it seems a little slow this season in maturing. ' Quite a delay 'was -had 'by one of the through Pullman trains Monday morning on the heavy grade at this place going west by some derange ment of the engine. An hour or more was lost. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all oth er diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to he incurable. 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