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Lebanon Pioneer (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lebanon, Indiana _______________' ___-____'.. . ' , :____•_^___ THE LEBANON l»ÌOI«itkft; THIIKilMY, D0t4»iSII Si^ 1914. PAÔB jnPTBBN. 0Í5 Accorarrs Solicited 3 per cent on time deposits. UNION TRUST COMPANY♦ ♦♦ BOONE COUNTY NEWS ♦♦ ♦ MAX. Sunday school at this place was ■well attended Sunday. Richard Lasley took a load of pumpkins to Jamestown Monday. Miss Alta Stewart, of Advance, was the guest of Miss Velva Burris Sunday. George Lasley and family took Sunday »dinner with friends north of Lebanon. The Sunday guests of Mrs. Rosanna Lasley and Richard Lasley's were Oliver Hunt and wife. There will be preaching at the Max United Brethren church next Sunday morning and Sunday night. Mrs. Sherman Burris and daughter, Dorothy, j^penl Saturday and Sunday with Ernest Essex and family, of of near Gadsden. THORNTOWN R. D. 17. Dr. Kimmel has moved to Richmond this week for their future home Rev. William Cleaver and wife, of Sugar Plain, called on Daniel Kin-caid's Tuesday. The relatives of Mrs. Ira Hutchens held a reunion at her home Sunday. Thirty-seven were there for dinner. Dr. Laughlin, wife and daughter, of Lafayette, visited Mrs. Laughlin's brother, D. C. Miller, and family Sunday. Mrs. Lyle French and son, Charles, of Frankfort, and Miss Grace Clouser, of Bowers, visited M. A. Davis and wife Thursday. Rev. J. W. Shell, Will Funkhouser and wife and Lannis Funkhouser and wife, of Slabtown, called on M. A. Davis and wife Sunday. Dan Kincaid and family attended church at Sugar Plain Sunday and took dinner with his mother, Mrs. Taylor Sykes, who lives near the Plain. Rev. Harry Davis, of Hillsboro, preached at the Christian church here Sunday morning and evening. The Happy Hollow Camp Fire Girls will give a Hallowe'en social at the I. O. O. F. hall the evening of October 31st. Mrs. Omer Nash, of Crawfordsville, spent the first of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hughes and family. Mrs. Monroe Edwards, of Newcastle, spent from Wednesday until Friday with her son, Chester Edwards, and wife. Mrs. Elsworth Davis and daughter, Emma, and Mrs. Harry Barlow saw "Sis Hopkins," at the Lyceum theater, in Indianapolis, Tuesday. EEL RIVER. ROSSTON R. D. 31. R('V. Tremaine filled his regular appointment at Lane's Chapel Sunday night. Mrs. Slarvin Gullion wa.^; called to the bedside of her mother, at Indianapolis, last week. Samuel Reser and wife, of near Rosston, spent Sunday with Andy Reser and wife, near Kirklin. Charley Peters, wife and daughters, Ruth and Maude; William Nichols, wife and daughter, Maria, and Daniel Gallichan took dinner Sunday with Bert Gallichan and wife. Miss Mabel Hickson entertained her Sunday school class at a social from 2:00 until 4:00 o'clock Saturday evening. Those present were Inaz McDonald, Ruth and Maude Peters, Hazel Gullion, Hazel Kincaid, Ange-line Cobb, Ola Padgett. Amy and Louis Malsberry, Vesta Perigo, Olive Hick-son and Marie Myers. The evening was spent in playing games and music. BROWNSBURG. Miss Mae Morris, of Clermont, spent Friday with Miss Mae Talbert. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barlow spent Thursday with friends at Indianapolis. Mrs. Harry Barlow spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Davis. Mrs. Jerry Salmon spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Morris and family, at Clermont. Dick Long has re-roofed his stock barn. Mrs. Effie Davis was real sick last week. Sam Pratt gave a dance Saturday night. Mrs. Clara Neff continues real poorly. Frank Reynolds shipped his hogs to Indianapolis Friday. Mrs. Dill and son are improving, after a seige of typhoid fever. Ed Davis and Dennis Chambers started their shredder Saturday. Emmett Crain is moving from North Salem to Claude Robbins' farm. Klova Davis attended a class party at Miss Verdie Richardson's Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Claunce and little son, Cluriel, were at Indianapolis Wednesday. Mrs. Belle Chambers visited Wednesday with Mrs. Martha Davis and Mrs. Nora Davis. Mrs. Zanie Claunce and Mrs. Lena Reynolds spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Effie Davis. Vernon Hedge, Cass Davis and Harry Pounds helped Vorice Davis move to Jamestown Tuesday. Ed Davis, Dennis Chambers and Arthur Richardson made a business trip to Indianapolis Wednesday. Mrs. Lottie Wilson, of near Dover, has been the guest of her brothers, Andy and Milton Davis, and families. Sam Pratt hauled his hogs and Roy Kibby hauled a load of hogs for Dennis Chamber.s to Indianapolis Tuesday. Ca.ss Davis helped Dennis Chambers put in a foundation and lay new floors for his crib the nrst of Ihe week. Frank Reynolds has been improving his place in the way of remodeling his corn cribs and feed lot, some new-fencing and gates. Mrs. Lena Reynolds, assisted her mother, Mrs. Pine Evans, at Jamestown, entertained friends from Crawfordsville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brooks were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wor-rick and daughters Sunday. Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Browning called in the afternoon. Dennis Chambers and children, Eugene and Pauline, and his mother, Mrs. Belle Chambers, and Standley Meyers ate Sunday dinner with Cass Davis, wife and daughter. The following relatives spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis: Andy Davis and wife, Ed Davis, wife and baby, Asa Davis, wife and baby, and Mrs Lottie Wilson, of near Dover. Elmer Richardson and wife had as their guests Saturday and Sunday, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gray and son, Arnold, of New Ross, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark and children. COME TO OVERLEESE With Your Tire Troubles Also bear in mind, when you suffer blowout punctures and skidding, they are best met by DIAMOND DOUBLE THICK SAFETY TREAD TIRES Men who want safety, sturdiness, freedom fropi troubles must yield to these induce ments. Facts known to so many will sometimes be proved to you. Now winter is coming on try DIAMOND SAFETY TREAD. You never saw an antiskid so sharp, so tough, and so resistless. There are many good Bicycle Tires, but try a pair of hearsers and see the difference. Sold and gnannteed by Otus Overlives rwanK witti^. JAMESTOWN. Mrs. J. T. Bell is improving- Mrs. Cora Roberts is getting bet^ ter. "Glias. E. Goudy is home from Indianapolis. C. H. Goudy was at Indianapolis last week. Mrs. W. J. Darnell is home from Indianapolis. Miss Tina Jacks was at Indianapolis this week. Fred Smith was here from Wayne-town Saturday. Mrs. Maye Young was quite ill a few days last week. Warren Dickson was out from Indianapolis last week. There will be a mask social at the school hall Hallowe'en. Miss Virgie Malone was at Indianapolis Saturday and Sunday. Miss Sylva Rogers entertained at a party one night last -week. The C. C. club picniced at John Hendrick's one day last week. O. F. Lowry, of Kingfisher, Okla., has been visiting relatives here. Miss Lizzie Durham, of Lebanon, visited Mary Durham last week. James Stewart was in Crawfordsville Monday afternoon and night. Mrs. Louisa Cook is visiting her brother, Mr. Utterback, at Ladoga. Miss Madge Nicely was here from Advance Saturday visiting friends. Granville Wells and father, Isaac Wells, are at Martinsville Springs. Mrs. Lige Emby, of Bedford, visited Charles Proctor and family Friday. Julius Underwood s were guests of Dr. Robbins, at Ladoga, last week. Mrs. Cerna Ann Miller is the guest of Mrs. Shuey and daughter, Laura. Roy Nicely is serving on the grand jury and Frank Coshow on the petit jury. Miss Goldie Neff was here Sunday afternoon from Lebanon visiting relatives. Mrs. J. W. Gillaspie, of Odon, was the week-end guest of her mother here. / Dr. S. E. Davis spent several days the past week with friends at Detroit, Mich. Leonard Earhart, of Indianapolis, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harris last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wal McConn saw "Sis Hopkins" at Indianapolis Thursday night. B. F. Higgins, of Indianapolis, has been visiting J. R. Covey and other relatives, Mr. Snyder, of Switzerland, lectured before the high school one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Davidson have gone to North Vernon to make t^^eir future home. Mrs. Juanita Lowry Ely, formerly of Jamestown, is recovering from a severe illness. Miss Alice Piersol spent Saturday and Sunday at Indianapolis with Miss Noan Mathers. Mrs. Charles Proctor and son, Joe Proctor and wife visited in Indianapolis, Saturday. The factory closed down its work on tomatoes last week. The pumpkin season is now on. Boone county Sunday school executives will meet at the Methodist church October 30. Mrs. Lucile Gant, of Maxwell, has been visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. C. Brown. Master Maurice Ashley, grandson of T. W. Porter, has diphtheria at his home in Evansville. Miss Madge Nicely, of Advance, was the week-end guest of Miss Blanche Armbruster. Miss Naomi Ayers visited Miss Gladys McVey, at New Ross, Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Smith and son were at Indianapolis last week visiting the Burgelin family. Norman Younger's, of Indianapolis, were guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Stewart, last week. Mrs. Alice Lewis, and grandson, Gerald Clore, were guests of relatives at Indianapolis last week. The Methodist church people gave the Rev. Mr. G. E. Francis a pound party one night last week. Mrs. Claude Robbins, of near North Salem, was guest of Mrs. Cecil Johnson, at Mrs. Jacks' Sunday. Miss Bertha Mitchell visited her sister, Mrs. Lem Howard, at Indianapolis, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Isa Pollard and friend, Miss Opel, of Chicago, w^ere at her sister's, Mrs. A. C. Gibson's, recently. Dr. Morrison, of West Point. Ky., was the guest of Miss Rowena Carl from Saturday until Monday. Dr. J. E. Gibson, of New York, visited his daughter, Mrs. Fred Roult, the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bell are keeping house for Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bell during Mrs. Bell's continued illness. Miss Mary Proctor visited her sister, Mrs. Ivy Stark, and family, in Ladoga, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart ,and Mr. and Mrs. James Whitely visited Mrs. Sarah Scaggs, at Mace, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abney, of West-field, are guests of his father, Milton Abney, and sister, Mrs. A. C. Kibbey. John Yelton, who has been with his daughter, Mrs. Ellis, is now visiting his daughter, Mrs. Tom Wilson, here. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Smith, of Lebanon, visited Mrs. Smith's pa^ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cass Smith. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robbins, of near North Salem, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gardner, Sunday. Protracted meeting is in progress at the Methodist church. Mrs. Cline is the singer and G. E. Francis the pastor. Miss Helen Hendricks had as guest last week Miss Elizabeth Stocktbn, of DePauw, Miss Hendricks was home on a visit. Mrs. John Hedge has returned home from a vlsU with her brother, Mr. Woodard, and famUjr, in Jenniogs county. Mr. and Mrs. James Nlcelr, wlio hETe iMen vUittliig Mr. tod Mm, JUaei Stewt, left iOf*t]Mir home In Toledo, O., Monday. Vr. «n4 M«». Write; C. Braliii ni«ADOGTOmOVlCEAnd is Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-etable Compound* Euphemia, Ohio.—"Because of total ignorance of how to care for myself when verging into womanhood, and from taking cold when going to school, I suffered from a displacement, and each month I had severe pains and nausea which always meant a lay-off from work for two to four days from the time I was 16 years old. "I went to Kansas to live with my sister and while there a doctpr told me of the Pinkham remedies but I did not use them then as my faith in patent medicines was limited. After my sister died I came home to Ohio to live and that hás been my home for the last 18 years. "TheChange of Life came when I was 47 years old and about this time I saw my physical condition plainly described in one of your advertisements. Then I began using Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-etable Compound and I cannot tell you or any one the relief it gave me in the first three months. It put me right where I need not lay off every month and during the last 18 years I have not paid out two dollars to a doctor, and have been blest with excellenthealth fora wo-woman of my age and I can thank Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetableCompoundforit "Since the Change of Life is over 1 have been a maternity nurse and being wholly self-supporting I cannot over estimate the value of good health. I have now earned a comfortable little home just by sewing and nursing. I have recommended the Compound to mañy with good results, as it is excellent to take before and after childbirth."—Miss Evelyn Adelia Stewart, Euphemia, Ohio. If you want special advice wHte to Jjydia £. Piukham Medicine Co. (coufl-dential) Lrnn, Mass. Your letter will be opened) read and answered by a woman and beld in strict confidence« Geo. M. Comley Funeral Director. Undertaking Establishment in the Pioneer Building, 114 South Meridian Street. Thones—Office 43; Residence 80. Office Open Day and Niglif Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Bounell and Dr. S. E. Davis and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hendricks had as guests last week Messrs. John Prentiss, Owen Young, Paul DeVester and Mr. Mann, of Wabash College. Mrs. Jacks and daughters entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Linton, of Brownsburg; Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Johnson and children, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Trusty and son, and Mrs. Mary Trusty, of Indianapolis; J. R. Covey, of Jamestown; B. F. Higgins, of St. Louis, and Jas. A. Starr, of Tulsa, Okla.Minutes Mean Dollars IN TREATING ANIMALS Doubtless you Know the danger of delayed treatment Df colic and other diseases. You also realize tbat wrongly applied remedies are often worse than noi treatment at all. In other words, not to diagnose a disease accurately may prove fataL Every owner ihould be able to recognize an ailment and give oorrect treatment at the first aymptoma. Prompt action is the great secret of treatlEg horses. Minutes mean dollars. Of course proper treatment is always necessary. That Is Just how Humpn-reys' SOO page Veterinary Manual will prove so valuable to you. It Is by F. Humphreys, H.D.,V.S. and teaches how to diagnose and give proper treatment. This book will save yon hundreds of dollars and costs you nothing. It will be sent absolutelr free on request to any farmer In order to lntroduo,e Humphreys'Veterinary Remedies. Bemembor.itia absolutely free. You do not have to order any remedies to secure the book. Address, Humphreys« Homeopathic Medicine Company, 156 William Street. Sew York City. This Is a splendid opportunity to obtain a veterinary treatise that yoo should have In your library. As a reference work you will find It invaluable. To have It In the time of need will be worth manydoIlsT8,whereas ItwlUcoet yoo bat a post card by writing for 11 no w. STEWART'S CHAPEL. Henry Canada and John Richardson have traded farms. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Hall and Miss Ellen Sloan were in Danville Sunday. Kussel and Otho Richardson called on Lloyd Hopkins Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers visited Sunday with Ed McClaine and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bennington visited Sunday with Guy Cox and family. Mr. and Mrs. Peabody, of Lebanon, visited Friday with Charley Hopkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Shelley called on Charley Hopkins and famiiy last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Clock and son, Ralph, visited Sunday with Charley Hopkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wyncoop and daughter, Edna, visited Sunday with George Straughn and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Norton and son, Willie, of Lebanon, spent Thursday night with James Wall and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Hedge and Thelma Graham called on Mrs. Nancy Graham and daughters Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. James Wall visited Sunday with Frank Riner and family, northwest of Advance.JAMESTOWN R. D. 24. Halcle Heady was entertained by Verlie Scott Sunday. Miss Artie Whistler visited the Ragsdale sisters Sunday. Miss Goldia Hiland spent Sunday with Miss Velma Wiley. John F. Dinsmore and wife spent Sunday with Ovid Knowlton and wife. Rev. Bulgin, of Indianapoolis, spent Sunday with Ira Robertson and family. Mrs. Dee Scott and Don Dale had their hogs vaccinated one day last week. Misses Ortha Dinsmore and Hazel Dlckerson visited Miss Grace Black Sunday. Miss Nora Evans, of Milledgeville, was entertained by Miss Maye Higgins Sunday. Mr. Shockley and family, of near Jamestown, visited Don Dale and family Sunday. James Randle and wife visited Alonzo Woodward and family, of hear Pittsboro, Friday. Martin Carney and family, of Whltestown, visited witn John Carney and family Sunday. Roy McCabe and fanilly. Of Advance. visited in the New Bruaswlck neighborhood Sunday.Artie Clifton and family and George Brambzlett and family visited John Dale and family Sunday. Mrs. Jane Hiland returned home Sunday from a few days' visit with Artie Clifton and family. John W. Dinsmore and Raymond Wiley helped Elmer Dinsmore haul his hogs- to market last week. Artie Handle and wife and Ra^ Ragsdale. wife and son. Hobart, spent Sunday witit James Randle and family. Rtfeter HUmd and wUd. Adol^hui M. Ifergnret RaU went 10 Inlliaaapcrfit on a butlnMp, trl|i ftmr^ »wclM DMiewe ipi Mn. BnmMi CHICHESTERSPILLS BRAND x^ntst JLdt Tomr l>nMMbt for CHI-CHBS-TBR S DIAMOND BRAND PII,LS in Red and Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Bli Sibbon. TArB kg otbba. Bar«F7«i Dingstot sad Mk for OHI.OHES.T£KS DIAMOND BUAHO PII.K.8, for twenty-five years ngSLTded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TIME TBinn EVERYWHEREZOeowlyCHAS. T. BRYAN Agent Indianapolis Star FIRE ANDCYCLONE ANCE. INSUR- West Side Square. 23-tt ♦ ♦♦ GUIDE TO TRAVEL ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ TBRRE HAUTE. INDIANAPOLIS A EJASTfiRN TRACTION CO. (Northwestern Division.) Trains leave Lebanon for Whites-town, Zipnsville and Indianapolis and interme(n£ •Local . •Local . Local .. Local ., Limited Local .. Local .. Limited. Local .. ate points 5:22 am 8:22 am 7:22 am »:22 am 9:25 am 10:22 am 11:22 am 12:25 pm 1:22 pm as follows: Local Limited •Local Local . Local . Limited Local . Local . Limited •Except 2:22 pm 3:25 pm 3:45 pm 4:22 pm 5:22 pm 6:25 pm 7:22 pm 9:22 pm 10:25 pm Sunday Trains leave Lebanon for Frankfort and Lafayette and intermediate points as follows: •Local Local ... Local .., Local .., Limited , Local .. Local .. Limited. Local .., Local .., Limited 5:22 am 6:22 am 7:22 am 8:22 am 917 am 10:22 am 11:32 am 12:17 pm 1:22 pm 2:22 pm 3:17 pm 4:22 pm 5:22 pm 6:17 pm 6:45 pm 7:22 pm 8:16 pm 10:25 pm 12:39 am •Except Sunday tFrankfort only Local . Local . Limited Local . Local . Limited Local . tLocal Last car leaves Indianapolis at 11:30 p. m. and Lafayette at 11 p. m. Limited trains stop at Zionsville, Whltestown, Lebanon. Frankfort and Mulberry. (Crawfordsville Division.) Trains leave for Crawfordsville at 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 a. m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 p. m. All trains are locals. Trains arrive from Crawfordsville at 20 minutes after the odd hour. (Thorntown Line.) Trains leave for Thorntown on the Lebanon-Thorntown line at 6:26, 8:26, 10:26 a. m., and 12:26, 2:26, 4:26, 6:26, 8:26 and 10:26 p. m. Trains arrive from Thorntown 10 imnutes after the hour on the even hours. J. W. HEDGES, Agent.DR. L. M. BEAVEN,OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office—Farmers' State Bank Building. 'Phone 254. mtmmmmmB^summmmmmmam 5 Per Cent Money Fire and Tornado Insurance. Real BMtate and Loans. PERRILL & STORM. 233 CflMon-Neal BuIIdlns.Iiebanoii Mayo's Medical and Surgical Institute 715 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis, Indiana. Dr. W. R. Mayo SPECIALIST WILL BE AT THE CLUTE HOTEL Lebanon, Indiana FRIDAY November 6 And every four weeks thereafter. Dr. Mayo has treated a number of cases of cancer without the knife. Dr. Mayo has treatea successfully all forms of Chronic Diseases that are curable, such as diseases of the Brain, Heart, Lungs, Throat, Eye and Ear, Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Bladder, Blood Poison, Rectum, Dropsy, Female Diseases, Nervous Diseases, Eczema, Epilepsy, Catarrh in all stages, etc. A speedy, permanent and lasting cure is what I will give you beyond a doubt if your case is curable; if not I will not accept your money and promise to do anything for you. The best referfence I could give as to professional reliability is the many cured, satisfied patients I dismiss. Diseases Peculiar to Wpman Given Special Attention I will give the POOREST man a chance as well as the RICH to receive a cure from me at & SMALL COST. There is no man too ^ POOR'to get^my best advice FREE. Variocele and Hydrocele. Our one treatment cure is what yon should have. Only one visit is required- We do no cutting. All signs disappear within a few dayi| or weeks. Blood Poison. Skin Diseases. We wlU give you^ treatment that will In a few days cure all raah loi««. Stricture, Kidney, Bladder. Prostatic Glands are scientifically treated by US. Our methoda immedla^^ lliraeftt ypu. ^ PUei, Ftatida. We oan cure ad o«!^ and eaaUy that you will be anr^ed. Wa viU give you juat the rie^t and cure you are lookl^ tor. ; Ittvtui^ TimM Aftar ^ ^ ;