Lebanon Pioneer (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lebanon, Indiana
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♦ BOONE COUNTY NEWS ♦
Noble Eaton spent Sunday with home folks.
Watch for “Dr. Cureall,” who will appear at Elizaville soon.
Mrs. Alice Dooley fell and sprained her ankle Tuesday of last week.
Rev. McClure, of Indianapolis, was the guest of John Brown Sunday.
Ollie Howard returned home from Martinsville Saturday much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Howard spent Wednesday with Mrs. Grant Swift, near Bethel.
Miss Verna Hoffman was at home from high school last week on account of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slagle, from south of Lebanon, were guests of As-bury Williams and wife Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Btook Williams and Mr. Short, of Indianapolis, were Sunday guests of Willie Eaton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cash spent Sunday with Clarence Kincaid and family, at Baker’s Corner.
Mrs. Cora Brown and son, Randell, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kern motored to Pittsboro, last Thursday to attend the bedside of William Walters, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Brown.
Frank Gordon, wrho has been sick for some time, is no better.
Francis Tansel, of Illinois, is visiting his sister, Mrs. A. M. Lewis.
Miss Laura Wilson and her mother are both ill with typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Vinda Starkey, of near Brownsburg, spent Thursday with relatives here.
Miss Ruby Roark, of Indianapolis, spent the week with her uncle, James VanScyoc, and wife.
Miss Ruth Heminway, of Liberty, visited last week with Miss Imo Bren-del and other friends.
Frank White, of Traders’ Point, called on his parents, James White and wife, Saturday aiternoon.
Ellis Smith and family and Ora Smitn and family spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Louise Smith.
Miss Rose Kichler and Miss Nellie Lichen, of Indianapolis, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. James Van-scyoc.
The members of the junior class held their annual Hallowe’en social at the high school building Wednesday evening.
Mr, and Mrs. Albert Newby and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ferguson, of Broad Ripple, spent Sunday with Misses Ruth and Ellen Bowen.
Mrs. Ruby Roark and Miss Rose Kichler, of Indianapolis, and Mrs James Vanscyoc spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Sarah Lumpkin and family.
F. W. Heminway and family and C. S. Heminway and family, of Liberty, but formerly of Zionsville, have purchased a 210-acre farm in New York state and moved last week.
John Young’s have their house al most done.
Miss Edith Campbell entertained a friend of Greencastle last Sunday.
Charles Bean and Roy Swindler have Marion Reed’s house completed.
John Young and wife spent Sunday with Pearl Whitely and wife, west of Advance.
Mrs. Mollie Bean and Miss Edith Campbell were in Lebanon last Thursday.
Austin Emmert received word that his mother is very ill at her home in Pittsboro.
Mrs. Katherine Thompson and son, Fred, have moved in their new home in Advance.
James Swindler’s are improving his place by building a warm house and coal house.
Mrs. Nannie Martin, of Lebanon, visited her sister, Mrs. Maggie Sutton, near Max, Saturday night and Sunday.
Those who were at Joe Dean’s Sunday were George Ray and wife, Earl Ray and family, west of Advance, and Ralph Dean and family, of Lebanon.
Those who attended the birthday surprise at Perry Ray’s last Friday night were Miss Edith Campbell and Miss Virdie Suttin and Ora Swindler and Basil Debard.
James Bean and wife entertained last Wednesday for dinner Elisha Higgs and wife and daughter, Hallie, of near Shannondale; Mrs. Elva Swindler and children and Mrs. Grace Bean and children, of near Max.
Mark Bowman spent Sunday with Dwane Bratton.
Attendance at Sunday school Sunday, 44; collection, 74 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bowmen spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Horn.
John Cogle spent part of the week with his daughter, Mrs. Harry Apple, near Snowden Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Montgomery and daughter, Naomi.
Miss Gertie Mills and Miss Swindler, of Crawfordsville, spent Sunday with Will Pittinger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Caplinger and son, Kenneth, and Roy Hunter spent Sunday with Samuel Caplinger and family.
Misses Ada Shelley, Gladys and Maude Bowman and Noble Shelley spent Sunday afternoon with Stella, Walter and Edgar Caplinger.
Misses Stella Caplinger, Eva McLaughlin, Ada Shelley and Gladys and Maude Bowman, Messrs Claudy and Guy McLaughlin, John Coons and Walter and Edgar Caplinger attended a surprise party for Miss Olga Ray near Advance, Friday night.
A large crowd attended the surprise dinner for Mrs. Stella Threlkeld Sun day. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Garner and daughter, Dor othy; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Garner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Gamer and son, Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garner and son, Sherman; Mr. and Mrs. James Reed and son, Jimmie Mr. and Mrs. Johnny McNutt and family, Mr. and Mrs . Harry Apple and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Threl keld and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Threlkeld, Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Cogle Mr. and Mrs. John Threlkeld, Lona Threlkeld, Mrs. Susan Garner, Mrs Mary Custer and Mrs. Rhoda Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Beck.
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Mrs. Ella McMannls took dinner with Frank Neese and family Sunday.
Homer Dunlap, of Indianapolis, visited Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Laugh-ner.
Mrs. Lucretia Neese and daughter, Mrs. Elmer Dodson, were in Lebanon Friday.
Mrs. Robert Linville and Miss Lula Glouver took dinner at Samuel Rose’s Monday. i
Prof. and Mrs. Walter Huckstep were in Indianapolis on business Wednesday.
Mrs. P. B. Little spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Wash Julian, near Big Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. James Harsin visited Sunday with with Mrs. Fannie Voris, near Lebanon.
Meda Froßt spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Allie Jones, of Lebanon.
Mrs. Martha Starkey, of North Vernon, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. George Harr.
Mrs. L. E. Smith visited last week with relatives and friends near Mil-ledgeville and Max.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hauser spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Harvey, of Zionsville.
Miss Maude Sanders is spending a few days writh her sister, Mrs. Santa Hicks, north of town.
Vaughn Harvey left Monday for lilford, 111., where he will probably work until Christmas.
Miss Eula Caldwell visited from Friday until Monday with Miss Ruth Sloan, of Brown’s Valley.
Mrs. Sarah Laughner and daughter, Lillian, visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ottinger, near here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Turner and Miss Susan Turner visited at John Miller’s, west of town, Sunday.
Guy Amick, of near Brownsburg, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Rose Laughner and family.
Miss Katherine Baker spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin, Miss Martha Morris, of Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Harr and family were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Harlos at dinner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Goodwin and daughter, Wilma June, visited at Dora Dulin’s, north of town, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rose were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Glover.
Prof. M. C. Marshall broke and dislocated his right wrist, Saturday evening wrhile cranking his automo bile.
Mrs. Morris Hager and Mrs. T. C. Hager spent Friday with the former’s mother, Mrs. James Cornet, of Fayette.
Mrs. Cleve Goodwin and daughter, Donna Jeane, visited Friday night with Miss Floy Kinniman, of Zions ville.
Mrs. Levi Kendall and Miss Etta Courtney spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kendall, east of town.
Charles Livepgood and family and Roscoe Livengood and family spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Stark.
Mrs. James Medsker, of Williamsport, visited Wednesday night and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lucas.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Laughner visited over Sunday with their son, Al bert Laughner, and family, of Indianapolis.
Mrs. Carrie Brandom and Mrs. Al bert Laughner spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Neese, of Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bürgin visited Sunday with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bürgin, near Lebanon.
Frank Lane, of Jennings county, was the guest of his brother, James Lane, and »wife, Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Clyde Neese and daughter, Mary Cline, of Lebanon, visited from Tuesday until Friday with Mr. ahd Rome Neese.
James Elston, of near Jolietville spent Saturday night with Mrs. Mertie Neese and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Noah Harvey
Mrs. William Maise and sons Fredrick and Lewis, of West Leba non, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs C. T. Siddens.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neese and daughter, Lois Vivian, northwest of town, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rome Neese.
Mr. and Mrs. George Neidlinger and family, of Gadsden, spent Sunday with the former’s fatner, J. M. Neid linger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Stewart and sons, Paul and Whitson, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hughes southwest of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fulwider and daughter, Emma, and granddaughter, Agnes, spent Sunday with Charles Fulwider and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson were among those entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Bush, near Big Spring. *
Mrs. Sarah E. Snyder, of Traders Point, came Saturday to spend a few days wih Mrs. Jessie Simpson and Mrs. Phoebe Dickerson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Salmon, of Brownsburg. and Miss Mary Parker, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Keeney.
Misses ßonriie and Madeline^ McKinney attended a party at the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martin, of near Lebanon, Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Julia Wood and son, Cecil, were among the guests entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harry Sullivan, near Fayette.
Mrs. S. B. Scott and Misses Gertrude Hager and Dora Schooler saw “Sis Hopkins" at the Lyceum theater at Indianapolis Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Shoemaker visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. John Hedrick and Mrs. Candads Dumlch. of Indianapolis.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Alonso Powell sad daughters, Minnie and Jerollne, and Miss Alice Hand visited Sunday with Jfr. and Mrs. Nelson Isenhour, near ’hM* ,‘ ■■■ -
tfr. and Mrs. Georte U. Dafls and daughter, Bind*, did M*. taft Mr*.
Mrs. Della-Etter and sens, Joe and Harry, Mr. and Mrs. Zemra Etter and family and Miss Opal Witt visited Sunday at Richard Delong’s, near Zionsville.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Stroup and daughter, Wanda, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Earl, of Nobles-ville. The latter remained to spend the week.
Mrs. Luther Laughner and children, of Indianapolis, visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shoemaker and visited until Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. Ora Mitchell and grandchildren, Miss Daisy and Alton Kern, of near Elizaville, visited Friday night and Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. T. Linville.
Misses Katherine Christy and Jennie Scott and Messrs. Roy and Edward Hackleberry saw “Sis Hopkins at the Lycemm theater, Indianapolis, Saturday night Mr. and Mn Vandover Ottinger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mustin and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mustin, of near Zionsville, spent Sunday with O. A. Marsh and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane^ Wheeler and daughter, Gladys, of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kendall were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Levi Kendall.
Fred Hendricks, a cornet soloist, of Frankfort, and Prof. and Mrs. Walter Huckstep and sons, "Russel and Lynn, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gordon were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Taylor, Sunday.
L. E. Smith and J. C. Graham went on a prospecting trip to Kansas last week. They returned Monday, Mr. Graham having purchased a quarter section near Udall, in Cowley county. He will move to it soon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Brown and daughter, Nora, and B. F. Elmore and daughter, Jennie, attended a birthday dinner Saturday at the home of Mrs. Julia Harriman, of Mooresville, in honor of her hundredth birthday.
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Byrkett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rome T&ylor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Byrkett were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur^ Shelburne, near St. Clair.
Mrs. Jane Christy and daughters, Clara and Edna; Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
inville, Misses Minnie Linville and Edda Christy and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Linville, Jr., spent Sunday with James Linville and daughter, Ruby, of Frankfort.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hull, Mr. and Mrs. John Hull and family, of Royal-ton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shaw and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schooler were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schooler Sunday.
Misses Jennie and Ruby Scott entertained at a slumber party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith Tuesday night Misses Grace Miller, Edna Christy, Arline Neese, Merle Harvey, Dora Schooler, Alice Hand, Pauline Stark and Maude Sanders.
The supper given at the school building last Friday night was well attended and an interesting program was rendered by both the high school and grades. The proceeds were used for athletic supplies. T. G. Stewart, a high school teacher, did the buying at Indianapolis, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith and son, Wilbur; Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Seaton Ferrill and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Tomlinson and Rev. and Mrs. Guy Tremaine and daughters, Mildred and Bernice, of Lebanon.
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IF YOU ARE, YOU ARE A VERY LUCKY MAN FOR THE NEXT
Never before in the history of the world did farmers have the opportunity of securing such high prices for their products as they will have for the next five years. Wheat, cattle, hogs and horses will be the great money-makers. Don’t overlook it, as fanning will outclass any other business in one year's time. Get busy for 1915 crop or you will be one year behind.
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Banks, loan companies and trust companies may refuse to loan on good security, and raise the interest to 8 per cent., but our interest remains the same to the farmers. We need him to keep the business of the world going. The farmer is the backbone of the world, and he can’t afford to pay any loan company 8 or 10 per cent., neither should any company or man ask it. Be liberal with the farmer and the country will be prosperous.
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Beckville, and Dud Caplinger and family, of Advance. Those from Johnson county were George McClaine and family, Mose McClaine and family, Henry McClaine and family, John McClaine and family, of Greenwood; Orin Banta and family, Mon and Sam McClaine. In all there were seventy-two guests.
Shelling a cathedral hurts a town, and shelling peanuts doesn't help it much.
FOR FLETCHER’S CASTORI A
MT. ZION AND SURROUNDINGS.
Cecile Broshar has his new house nearly done.
Theo. McDuffie is gathering corn for S. Z. Billingsly.
Dave Hedge has rented Pete Stein-walt's farm, north of Max.
Mel Edrington is talking of starting his shredder the middle of the week.
A. F. Heistand was in the vicinity of Beckville Wednesday looking for a shredder.
O. M. Edrington and family, of Hamilton county, spent Sunday with M. M. Edrington and family.
S. J. Edrington spent Saturday night with his son, S. E. Edrington, and family, near Hazel College.
George McClaine and wife and daughter, of Johnson county, visited R. D. Billingsly and other relatives here the latter part of last week.
Dorse Butler and family and R. if. Billingsly and Miss Ashley, of Jamestown; R. D. Billingsly and Samuel Billingsly, Jr., and family took dinner Sunday with Mel Edrington and family.
Those who took dinner with R. D. Billingsly Saturday were S. Z. Billingsly and family, Sam Caplinger and family, James Caplinger and family, Sant Caplinger and family, William Weldon and family, of Advance; Mrs. Frances Sefton, Mrs. Rush Voris, Dave Hedge and family, Charles McClaine and family, from near Dover Staton; Mrs. Carl Ferguson and children, from west of Dover; Mrs. Lou Caplinger and son, Carm Caplingler; M. M. Edrington and family, Jefferson Shelley and family, from near
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