Covington Friend in Covington, Indiana
17 Sep 1915

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17 Sep 1915

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Covington Friend (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Covington, Indiana M of Friend by j. B. Schwin. Enter in the or us Vuk of in i he coir in a Hess Puiatti a. May be no town elections As result of a blonder officials if a a us r i it at towns in incl anti Are Liale to conic Vic m. Oil ice until la i i Siml Eli a to ii a is Amati Ltd. As a result of a Lilii der univ by the in Mobers of the Indiana leg i Lalur it in 1911. Orlu i the i Lection Law quot was amended. This became known Here when e. M. Bailey town Lei k of Hillsboro appealed to the attorney Gene rail for a ruling and was informed that under the Law As amended in 1911-no reference is made to the time of holding elections for town officials. The legislature of 1905 passed a Law fixing the length of the term for town offices and also the time to hold town elections. Law was amended by the legislature of 1909. The legislature of 1911 again a mended the Law and left out All reference to the time of elections. Many apr deals Hafl been received from town clerks for a ruling of the Law. It was admitted that under Thel awas it now stands the town clerks can not Call an times. In spite of this primary conventions Are being held preparatory to elections in most of the towns in this part of the state end there May be a Legal test of the Law when some of the new off Ceib seek to get Possession of the Gli Ucli adds forty the methodist Church of Hillsboro held a Reci / i i Frida it Rug lit for Rew no Mac i s and the pastor Kev. I. B Jour s. Who was returned by the recent conference. The Church was decorated in Flowers and autumn leaves and nearly ii50 were resent. Including t i new meal ers. Who were converts of the recent Evang disc Camj Saign. To Ere was a interest Ingn it Gilim including music Liy miss Sparks Hazel Pitman and Kalph a rile Reading by mrs. Prank n quot a Kirk and a talk by or. E. I Bozir Nell. Welcoming thu Rettin of the pastor. The latter made an address to tie new members and after a social hour refreshments Wert s ered. Sided and has often reception for Aphis Good wite the Meliers of the Covington m. E. Church gave thir pastor Kev. E. W Strecker and his far ily a pleasing reception at the Church last thursday evening. This is Rev. Strecker k fifth year Here and the Church Peon ii and the Community were greatly pleased to have him return. A Short musical program was Ren dered by the string Quartetti and the stars and stripes March by the sunday Schof orchestra. The Wel Madiare a was i ii by miss lera is go in the following poetical lines. Dear frit it is a incl fellow members of the Covington m. E. Church a singly kindly motive without doubt if we could search your hearts has prompted you co night to be assembled Here. And join each other it this feast of Fellowship and cheers not methodists alone but folks of every Church persuasion quot delighting to participate on such a glad occasion. A tis love that makes it the world go round and love the motive is that congregates Good citizens for functions such As this love for our neighbors Ilove for a All in our Community a Hotoi kills to taif it mail v in Covington where she visited. when first he did appear we liked him better when he was returned to us for we had Learned to love him for himself and his ability his us Lic work and Pri Tite life Boch make a Good impression. And we glad to have him Back the fifth year in succession. A quot again t i reach to us and wit i us All to Pray a a Hel to Lead Lis Onward in the Sti right and narrow Way n be it s to Eliare our help i increase our Joys. Advise us in misfortune and Baji uni girls and boys to office ire with smiles when re it of us Are married. Tell our Virtues tearfully Wien one of us is buried be Welcome him site heartily wife and children too. For we Are sure they strive to do just As we d have them do. We love them for their quiet their cheerful faithfulness their presence at each Means of Grace and really we confess we love them better evry year they re worthy of the knowing we Hope it May be Many years before they shall be going. We Promise them our love our prayers and All our sym Attiya this Man who comes to serve us and his faithful family Well Back him for another year and help hold up his hands. And try to quot move up Forward whenever he commands. And. We Are sure if All Are True and follow at his leading Well reach the sweetest pastures and have the Best of feeding lut words of mine Are feeble things our feelings to express the task is yours dear people to make known the happiness you feel As individuals at having thus returned to us a Man whom the respect of every one has earned. So. Do you each your part to make this a successful meeting driving the and his wife a Kiihul and cordial greeting. And now dear Friend and preacher Man since All but being Here. Imply they re glad tit have you Lack with us another year in All their names i Welcome you and by this Foken Greet our newest minister the Man to fill the place most meet. We Welcome you As members of your Church and congregation. And know you will appreciate this Friendly demonstration. Refreshments were served by the ladies Aid society and a social time was enjoyed until a late estate transfers transactions in Fountain county real estate during the past week a list prepared for the Friend from the title deeds As they Hare been filed for record by Douglas amp Nelson abstract ers of titles and agents for 5 per cent mortgage Loans Covington Indiana f. M. Hudson and of to Luther a Clingan 172 a Fultor i pm a $10.000 Thos. S. Stone and of to Mary a Harper it lots 1 c amp y add veed ers Liuro $250, c. H. Ratcliff adm to a Young it lots 15 o. P Mellott $333.34. Elmer Martin and of co e. D. Mat Cox 40 a Richland tp., $5,000. Jas. A. Coats and of to Chas p Coats 40 a Millcreek tp., $4,800. Chas. P. Coats to Jas a Coats and of 81 a Vanburen tp., $6,000. Richland Lodge i. O. By a ito the Richland Lodge f. Amp a. Met lot 155 Newtown $3,000. Alice j. Mcdonald it to c. J. Haller it lots 41-42 resurvey at Tica $20.00. Maggie Laflin and Hub to he. Purviance lot 146 p. Add Attica $125.00.courty s hogs suspends of a for to wed. So a roil a to raise air of $1.240,0003000 Jefe use a be bg8est item. A us to Nettla fair and Stormy weather Yea love s the motive Wei Are Bure that brings us All together. We meet to Welcome one we love to publicly receive one whom we All appreciate one whom we All believe is upright Earnest faithful a Juite talented As Well quot who does not fear Disfavour who do Sot Tau to Tell. Us where our Christian duty lies according to Grod s teaching one who is loved Fly everyone who bits beneath his preaching. We Welcome him As coming Back to us another year we used Taxa very Well at first plans for army and Navy Call for expenditure of vast sums committees now at work devising an efficient i method to meeting deficit that is sure to arise. The question of finances promises to occupy much time in the approach log session of cough Esse How the government going to raise sufficient Revenue to meet the Ordinary running expenses of the nation and at the same time provide funds to carry out the proposed improvements in the army and Navy. As yet no definite method has been outlined by the leaders of the party in Power and before the Revenue raising Bills Are passed there will be much debate pro and con from both the Small and the big army and Navy advocates. The largest estimates of government expenditures Ever submitted to a Secretary of the Treasury of the United states in time of peace were presented for the fiscal year As re queued by Law for discussion by congressional committees in Advance of the re Tilar session. They Are being examined in detail by president Wilson and his Cabinet with an estimated increase for National defense of about .l.w.000.000 Over last year together with the Cost of new tasks Lompo sed of the state department and other branches of the government by reason of the european War. It is probable the amount of expenditures will let a augmented to a total of about ?1.240.lxk ,000. Plans for the Navy. Secretary Daniels has prepared a five year Hilt Long program for the suited states i avy which contemplates the creation of a new Fleet. This program provides for from fifteen to Twenty eight Tig Thig ships of the dreadnought and Battle Cruiser to Pes with a proportionate number of seagoing submarines coast submarines scout cruisers destroyers and Auxilia rules. President Wilson and Secretary Daniels Are agreed that to be adequately prepared for defense the present strength of the Fleet must be ii most doubled in the next five year Vruth the addition of Many of the latest Type of fast and powerful fighting Craft. The five a ear naval program when completed would add in add lion to dreadnoughts and Battle cruise nearly a Hundred submarines about seventy destroyers and several scout cruisers and a proportionate number of fuel and Hospital ships $248,000,000 this year. The total Cost of the proposed program for the first year Accord Uig to present plans is estimated at nearly $248,000,000, or about $100.000. 00 increase Over last year. Complete plans for defense of new York against land attack by an invading army have been prepared by the War department. Similar plans for Boston and Philadelphia have been worked out. Every foot of ground within striking distance of now York has been gone Over by Neil Lutry off Cei a and the Topography has let Oon mapped. These maps indicate where and How Trench of shall be dug the number of tools necessary and the number of men required. The plans Are locked in Safe Deposit boxes subject to the instant Call of army Foroi is on duty at the various military Headquarters. Military exports Are now experimenting with Trench digging tools that Are expected to take the place of pick and Spade but meanwhile thousands of shovels Are being manufacture eco to be stored in each important City. The army program the army program As it now stands Calls for substantially the following first a establishment of training Camps to teach the rudiments of warfare to 133.000 men expected annually to enlist each citizen Soldier will receive six months actual train Hig during during three years. addition to the Aerial equipment of the army of at least Twenty aeroplanes of most Modem Type. Young Wesco in editor it Polo Zes for Wontai e.11 i be. A radome of leu Aati he a ,.l, sch is Odi a n is Oric it. Asked that air i i Viii. A a a is ski i a a a it a Vav Susi quot in in ii i Lile papi a a of he a away tii i it �1. so a id a quot a \ e Doii i win Cut i is. Is t in in f a a Mien intr Luis i 1 a quot a to Ilir. Do in i at a a get ii to it a Veek. And a iii a i a yours ar. you Are in Kli saw n g in to As Yoni ii Draia next Wock s Issue. To. Our i no i it i is in t dead i or it in t a Hail Luu a. Oren the i i of Uii i r. Win a Bird season Wlach Isai ii ill is. La fast of matter i. aro gri Inu to obey the lii a i that and a Man not to live me Ory Back speech gone. Man tells strange Story of being Losi since Boer War. mind a Blank for the till teen years that have Ela Vised since he was Ren ii Rcd unions pious beneath a horse s Hoot s in a Stirni iii in the Boer War. William Tait. Who says he Tomu lauded a party of British scouts at Mafeking. Has come to himself in the county hos Intai Here. Tait was in the Woods of the Duwamish River near Seattle. He imagined thit i quot seeking lost troopers. 7 he a bursting a f i Good in his brain i s ii or or of Ord Liis memory but has Dpi incl in of the i it Ower of speech. Lie has a i Rock in i tion of How he came to Anion quot no Alii of y pending suit. Indiana judge makes new ruling in divorce actions. South i end. A women who Start proce Ali is of maintenance in the st. Joseph Superior court will not receive a i or a y support and Attori yes. Fees in of der of the court pending to ial. A Ordi Iru to a ruling made by Geurrie toi a. Judge of the court. The is All precedent in lie s ate. Ii h. A cording to judge i Ord. Is in . Of i,.-. With a recent Sra tii -. Local say a o ruling will work a Haa on us iii women who cannot la Ose Mie o r suits without an order of it o a he husbands to sur list it the n .ir.vhile. Covington girl married miss Clara Stiles of Covington and James Ai Thui Dove of la i Fayette wore married tuesday at i noon at the Home of the Groom s Mother. Simms in la Fayette. The ceremony was per formed to a. V. Geo. W. Watsonii. And was with shot we Gay it w relatives. The let id is a. Coo Ninish de i Man m is pts Omlar urn he. Arsi Ici us. Tiie i Oom i.-, eni at the Evans undertaking establishment ii. Lafa Yein arid they will make their Homo in that . Watch your children often Childreth do not let parents Knor they Are constipated. Thev fear something distasteful. Thev will ii e Rexall orderlies Arnvid laxative that tastes like sugar. S old Only by us of cents. T. A Rainier. Trinkle fail is Fiji Ilion be it. My. L a i trip a i iii a. 1 resin of Ofa i a Chick a inn a Girer repairing Bridge i approach John Hankins and Clias. F. Lowe who have the contract for building the approach to the new i Ini a a toi iii Niay at Anil a. 8. D i fri re her e Ai g. Ini a is timid All pres r t. Piat Ltd we to Laid for Twenty. Among those i Osborn we of my anti mrs. Jasper Trinkle ant i or. And mrs. Milton Itri i. Min Rev. And mrs. O p Warren mrs. Iii be Rogers i Itei Shu Holiver Trinkle. All of. Ai.t.r., Ger and Veedersburg mrs. Dora Wilson mrs. Isalelle Snyder or. And mrs River Bridge on the Darren county Martin t. Snyder and daughter Side Are now engaged in the . All of Bismarck 111. Work and expect to Complete the j Grade within a few Days. The Hea quot a rain sunday made it nearly impassible and Many automobiles stuck in the deep mud that evening. When the work is com dieted it will be an easy wide Grade and Well Gravelled on top. Notice of the appointment of receiver of tie Universal Sand amp crave company and of the time limit fixed for riling claims Ajja inst the hew life st Artias san Francisco. And and $9,000.00., Richland Lodge p. Amp a. A to Richland Lodge 0. Of it lot 156, Newtown $250.00. H. M. Mcbride and of to Henry Zimmerman 63 a Troy tp., $7300 Alice Mcmahon and Hub to v. E. Liveng Ood 45 a Troy tp.$4500 h. E. Slusser to c m Slusser 55 a Richland tp., $5.00 Arley. Labaw and Hub to Reu Ben Labaw 309 k. Add Veedersburg $000. A Dollar spent with m. Schesley is a Dollar left in ii. San h. Loud sixty years quot Young quot with his camping outfit of two Burros and a cart has walked 1.7.50 Miles across burning desert and rugged Mountain to get a quot Start in and iii Randy Cloud has established the Long distance Walker s record for of ten months. Mirandy is one of Cloud s Burros. Cloud who abandoned his mining quot Prospect quot thirty Miles from Prescott ariz., spread his blankets in the Shadow of the Tovics of jewels outside the exposition grounds. The glitter and Glare of the exposition have never had a More colourful contrast than this picture of sturdy suu.ironzed a re in lop boots and Khaki. The a a tender out quot of the City stood amazed. Tlaloc piled up on Market Street As the strange Earavin from the desert ipod red Down Ilie Reat business artery. I oils Lowed. Men cheered. Babies i need in u Lee. Quot sell Nie the i Urov quot said a miss Louise Guirten. Quot won t or Fremer Mother quot replied Cloud. Quot ill buy Tipeni said miss Burton s sister Mabel. Quot Tiow much quot quot to . Billars quot answered Harry. Quot of quot said the girls. Then they gasped again. Quot Well Toliese quot Ere.iurros Are my Only pals quot said Cloud. Quot would you value a Friend at less i m Startin quot after a Fortune. I la need it when i get old. An i be got to have friends to help get it. If i have the ten thousand i won t need Tarros for Fried us. That s proved philosophy. Setai there Linnie quot oversight saves his Money. Grocer forgets to take Cash Home Iril Thiemar Are pm a Elfid. Nona Mahaska is John p. Mat increases in the quot of Tillery Branch of the service now lamentably weak. laying in of vast supplies of Reserve ammunition. Sixth. A a standing army whose strength will be a comp Onilse Between the figures of the quot Small army quot advocates who Are opposed to any increase and the quot big army quot forces that desire an army of 200,000 to 300.000 men. The addition of ten infant fire regiments and forty six companies of coast artillery is now the quot plan of the administration. This Means that the president will ask Congress for a total appropriation of $184.000,000 for the army in the year 1915-16. The total will he about $75,000.000 More than the last budget for the army. And Josephine Vonberg. Who were hostesses to the Young ladies at Montgomery co. Recorder Dies Henry d. Servies recorder of Montgomery at Culver Union Hospital in Crawfordsville j saturday afternoon at 30, As the result of an attack of appendicitis that developed on wednesday night. On Friday it was decided that an operation should be performed and or. Servies was taken to the Hospital. A preliminary operation performed and it was found that the appendix had already burst. Drainage tribes Vav Ere inserted and it was looped that he might be prepared for t be further ordeal but the conditions that of tii ined were too far advanced and he died at the hour stated. Or. Servies realized the Gravity of his condition and previous to going to the Hospital he quot set his House in order quot and gave the same methodical attention to the arrangement of his business affairs that had characterized his while in Active Good health. He was conscious to the last moment of his ailment. N Lidice is hereby Given that the undersigned was duly appointed receiver of the Universal Sand amp gravel company whose properties Are located in Vav Arren count in Diana by the circuit court of Putnam county Indiana Greencastle in the cause entitled Albert d. Rule is the Universal Sand amp gravel company. And that said court has fixed monday the is Day of november 1p15, As the time limit for filing claims against the receiver and the assets of said company. You can mail claim to the clerk of the Putnam county circuit court As an intervening petition in said cause or file same with the undersigned at . Oscar o. Mcdonald. Receiver. One of Fountain county s oldest and Best painters says Sherwin Williams paint is the Best and Cov ers the most surface per gallon of any paint a has Ever used. I a a it a Chance and be convinced. D. J. Young amp co., Covington Indiana Athen knit Unden Vear is greatly appreciated by Active women especially by those who shop much ride walk Golf dance or not or because it is tailored to fit a Oes Jit and is therefore most comfortable. Above All it adds greatly to the appearance of the gown. Here Are the features that give Athena its Comfort dainties a and tailored fit Slonim shoulders and Slee ves conform to the shoulders with out drink Rinir under arms. Perfected shoulder a stay keeps garment from stretching across the shoulder and holds sleeve in place. Our armhole brings Arm seams to the natural curve of the shoulder and holds garment snugly and smoothly up under Arm doing away with unnecessary cloth. Three cornered gusset is so shaped As to relieve the usual Strain at the thigh. Insures greater Comfort and longer Wear Bantz Snori ure be Xii Gnu la take with him the Cash receipts for the Day about Loo. Just after he retired some one knocked and shouted that his barn was burning. While lines was away thieves searched his Honse from top to Bottom. They made away with All the change in lines clothing and it is the belief of the police the barn was first set on fire by persons who knew quot lines was in the habit of taking the Money from the store to his Home each saturday night Sepal Atud fifty six years. Toledo. a separation of fifty six years irs. Helen Mccu Jongh. A widow of this City has located her brother. .7. D. Biri Cham. At Kalamazoo mich., and has Golie there to see him. Time but it hater developed Inatio pneumonia which caused her death bust than the Back so this garment is made with extra fullness in Fronti. Patent seat this consists of a Plait on each Side of the Back instead of extra cloth in the Middle where it causes discomfort. Always stays closed and allows sufficient room sitting or a Tandog. Sold exclusively by the Leader Covingto ii Indiana i i

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