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Lebanon Pioneer (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lebanon, Indiana y ' ï ,fï ' ' .êv. PAGE SIXTEEN. , ^    “"'r * V * A'firb / *:    Î-    ' * '    i ^T-v, - m TH*.L1*ÂW6NPI0N**R,THUMDAY, ÒCTOBU 21, Itft. A Healthy Mouth The comfort of pure breath and clean teeth, the effect produced on others of a clean and healthy mouth, freedom from suffering caused by diseased teeth till advance life, are good reasons why they should receive intelligent and earnest care. Examination and our advice free. Painless extraction 25 cents. L. W. KIRTLEY, Dentist Over Boone County State Bank ♦    BOONE COUNTY NEWS ♦ ♦    ♦ SHEPARD. The Shepardsville ball team was defeated by Fayette Sunday 19 to 11. There will be a box supper at No. 3 Friday night. Everybody invited. John Cavin and family took dinner with Lon Worland and wife Sunday. George Dickerson and wife spent Monday night with J. C. Shoemaker and family. Ed Brown and family and Miss Margaret Herr Sundayed with William Shirley and family. Mrs. Eva Larsh and daughters, Fern and Mabel; Goldie Layton and Carl Larsh spent Sunday with Floyd Walker and family. Those who spent Sunday with Jacob Slagle and family were Charlie Smith and family, Raymond Slagle and family, of Lebanon, and Henry Smith and wife, of near Mechanicsburg. Robert Eaton, wife and son, Cecil, Mack Ottinger, wife and sons, Haven and Basil; Walter Swails, son and daughter, Roscoe and Claire, and Miss Mary Stevens took dinner with Elmer Slagle and family Sunday. Will Larsh and son, Edmund, of Lebanon; John Sullivan and wife, of Pittsboro; Mrs. James Cornett and grandson, Arthur Smith. Those who visited Sunday with George Smith and wife were Tom J. Smith and family, Albert Sallee and family, of Pittsboro; Tom E. Smith and family, Rev. Preston Smith and wife, of Whitestown; Verla Sanders, Vernice Sullivan, Loren Smith and Golda Sallee. the GADSDEN. Mrs. Mollie Dulin, of Rirklin, spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Cora Bush. Mrs. Blanch Emmert, of Lebanon, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mort Clingler. George Sharp and sister, Miss Eliabeth, visited over Sunday with relatives at Brown’s Valley. Mrs. Laura Allen spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Isenhour, at Lebanon. Dora Stark, wife and daughters, Elleanor and Dorothy, of Lebanon, took Sunday dinner with John P. Stark and wife. Miss Geraldine Allen, who has been with her sister, Mrs. Bertha Walters, at Thorntown, for a few weeks, returned home Monday. Harvey Bush and family entertained at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Grant Routh and daughter, Thelma; Mr. and Mrs. John Ullery and daughter, Mary; Mr. and Mrs. James Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, Misses Chloe Shoemaker, Flossie and Luella Johnson, Messrs. Hersrhel Johnson, Venter Smith, Paul Routh, Buren Shoemaker and Cleve Good. FAIRVIEW. John Sicks and wife attended church here Sunday night. E. A. Woodard and wife visited Ed Pipes, near Whitestown, Sunday. Miss Neva Dulin, of Mts. Run, spent Sunday night with E. A. Woodard’s. Mrs. E. E. Adams is visiting Adolphus Dulin’s, near Whitestown, this week. Miss Mary Kimmell visited friends, at Frankfort from Friday till Sunday evening. Miss Essie Zenor, of near Sherid-dan, visited her brother, Will Zenor, and family last week. Mrs. Elmer Stookey and sons, Fleet and Delmar, visited friends at Thorntown last Friday night. A large and atentive audience attended church services at this place Sunday morning and evening. George Moffitt is running the engine for W7allace Dulin’s shredder. They began shredding Monday. Miss Ruth Huffman, of Wroodbine, visited Mary Cragun and attended church Saturday night and Sunday. Alva Lewallen and family, of Stringtown, and Fred Killon, wife and baby dined with Pleasant Lewallen’s Sunday. Walter Perrine and family, of Per-rine Stop, and Frank Yates and family. of Woodbine, were Sunday guests of E. C. Beeman’s. Revival services at this place will continue over next Sunday. Rev. J T. Agema has been preaching the gospel in a very able manner. Charlie Morris made a business trip to Indianapolis Friday and was accompanied by Rev. J. T. Agema, of Swayzee, and Rev. D. O. Coy, of Lebanon. Miss Mary Cragun entertained the following young -ladies at a sumptu ous dinner last Sunday: Misses Clara Miller, Lina Akers, Fay, Opal and Fern Quick, Floy and May West, Pearl Myers and Jessie Proffitt and Ruth Huffman, of Heath’s Station. Rev D. O. Coy was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cragun. OAK QROVE. Miss Flossie Wiley visited No. 10 school Friday. Bessie, Opal and Delmon Sail spent Sunday with Henry Cavin and wife. James Hall’s horse, which was very badly cut on barbed wire, is better. Moncil and Eugene Cavin spent Friday afternoon with J. W. Hall and family. Buren Cunningham and wife, of Perrine, spent Monday at Sylvester Cunningham’s. Miss May Dillon spent two days and nights last week with Mrs. Dora Belt in Shepherdsville. Bert Cunningham and wife spent Saturday night with Abe Eckert and wife, near Gossett's Chapel. Oral Cavin and wife and Mrs. Mary Ann Cavin spent Sunday with Rey-burn Holmes and family, in Lebanon. Roy Warren and wife, of Big Springs, spent part of last week with Newt Hardes'ty and family and Jesse Hardesty and wife. John Dillon and family have been attending the bedside of Warren Dillon in Lebanon. Mr. Dillon died Sunday night of diabetes. John Frost, wife and son, Merl, and granddaughter, Dorothy Merri-ott, of Lebanon, called on James Hall and family Sunday evening. Mrs. Phebe Hall and daughters, May and Bessie, and Mrs. Mary A. Cavin called on Henry Cavin and family Thursday afternoon. James Hall, wife and daughters, May and Bessie and Mrs. Will Hayden, spent Wednesday of last week at Cecil Whitaker’s in Lebanon. Mrs. Dora Belt and children, Dorothy and Eugene, of near Shepherdsville, and Mrs. Phebe Hall and daughters, May and Bessie, spent Tuesday afternoon with John Dillon and family. Miss Edna Loring and Guy Thompson, of Frankfort; Carl Crosstreet, wife and children, Byron and Isabelle; Ambrose Crosstreet and wife, of Dover; Huston Weaver, wife and son, Ovid, of near Sheridan; George Groover and wife, Buren Cunningham and wife, Miss Verda Cunningham, Frank Kelley and wife, Russell Kelley and family, Uncle Billy Cunningham, Bert Cunningham and wife and Miss Belle Ross spent Sunday with Sylvester Cunningham and family. Robert Wilhoite hauled his wheat off this week. Ralph Wilhoite is husking com this, week for Benny Shirley. RoBcoe Smith had a masquerade party last Friday night at Ed. Dickerson's. All the guests had a fine time. Those who spent Sunday with Robert Wilhoite and family were Clint Gentry and family, William Reed and family, Roy and Sylvia Mayfield and Harold and Gladys Walters. No. 3 Sunday school class of Concord is' doing great work. Forest Worrell is teacher; Else Thompson, president; Clarence Callahan, vice-president; Russell Swails, secretary, and Dorla Worrell, assistant secretary. The class aims to meet every three weeks for a social hour. HOW FAR IS WAVELAND? A Monument or Marker i! Is something which every family owes to its de* parted members. At present time we have a large stock of monuments on display. You can come in and make sélections from monuments on display, instead of designs. Prices are right Henderson Monument Co 220 N. Lebanon Street, Lebanon, Ind. Phone 719. FAYETTE. Miss Leota Neal is working for Joe Belt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Belt are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Friday, October 2H. L. O. Chambers and family spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner. John Dinsmore and wife, of Mt Union, spent Sunday with Forest Layton and family. Miss Josephine and Miss Katherine Pedigo visited Saturday with Mrs Charles Herring. Harvey Cave and family, of Indianapolis, spent the day Sunday with Elias Larsh and wife. Mrs. Morris Hager and Mrs. Carve Hager, of Whitestown, visited Friday with Mrs. Ural Smith. Mrs. Will Larsh and son, Edmund, of Lebanon, visited from Friday until Sunday with relatives of this place. Mrs. James Shirley and daughter, Mary, of Whitestown, and Mrs. Rose Keeney visited with Mrs. Alcie Ottering. Those who visited Sunday with Ural Smith and family were Walker Smith, Elmer Smith and wife, of Brownsburg; Rev. Raleigh SmithT wife and children, John and Izolia, of Pittsboro. Those who spent the day Sunday with Omer Sullivan and wife were George Sutphin and family and Mrs. HARRISON NO. 1. William Reiber is building a hog house. Not So Far That the Statements of Its Residents Cannot Be Verified. Rather an interesting case has been developed in Waveland. Being so near by, it is well worth publishing here. The statement is sincere—the proof convincing: W. D. Rinehart, Waveland, Ind., says; “For two years I suffered constantly from kidney complaint, brought on, no doubt, by the constant jarring I received while riding on the engine. I had sharp twinges through by kidneys and at night I was nervous and restless. When I got up, I was lame and stiff. I had headaches and dizzy spells and the kidney secretions annoyed me by their too frequent passages. When I caught cold, it always settled on my kidneys and made me worse. One day while in Lebanon, I heard of Doan’s Kidney Pills and got a supply at Miller & Sons' drug store. I soon noticed their beneficial effect and by the time I had finished three boxes, I was free from backache and all other symptoms of kidney complaint. My weight increased from one hundred and eighty to two hundred and thirty pounds and all the aches and pains were removed.” Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Rinehart had. Foster-Milbum Co,. Props., Buffalo, N Y.—adv. Percentage Proves Highest Protection And that’s why frame dwelling construction is so generally preferred over any other kind of material. Look about you right here at home and note the preponderate evidence in favor of lumber. And while you’re looking, don’t fail to note the hospitable, homey appearance of the frame houses as compared with the .others. That’s what you want in your home, isn’t it? Well, we’re past masters in the art of suggesting those little things that add value to a house without additional cost. We also think we know what’s best in lumber— you might as well get the best when the cost is no more. Come in. Pinnell-Coombs Lumber Co “There’s No Place Like Home*’ APPLES WeRaise’em! You Eat’em! We are now offering the public our bountiful crop o^ fine apples, at living prices. a Prepared to fill all orders, in varieties on hand, on short notice. Call on or address T. J. Christie & Son Hadley, Indiana I Ivory C. Toile Clark L. Lindsay Lindsay & Tolle f FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Residence Funeral Parlors. 123 South Meridian St. Office phone 139. Open night and day. DB Domestic Science Exhibit! Different Eyeglasses for ferent Faces Whether you “look well in eyeglasses” cr not depends greatly upon the shape of the lens. Your face isn’t the shape or size of Cousin John’s or Aunt«* Sue’s. Then, why should all of you expect to wear the same shape and size lens and still have your glasses look well? Our first consideration is of course accuracy and comfort. But we do not forget appearance. We have in our prescription shop machines with which we shape from the rough a lens that is best suited in shape'"and size to your features. That’s just a part of our SERVICE. H. A. McDaniel & Bro Optometrist* and Opticians. ELIZAVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw spent Monday in Lebanon. Tom Reed and family spent Sunday with relatives in Thorntown. Miss Fern Mcllwain, of Lebanon spent Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Batts, of near Lebanon, spent Sunday with Butler Batts. Mrs. W. A. Mcllwain attended the funeral of her niece at Greenfield Sunday. Norval Carroll and family spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Malis sa Carroll. Rev. Harrington will lecture here on “Ben-Hur” and “In His Steps” No vember 6 and 7. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones spent Sunday with Clay Turner and fam ily, of Lebanon. Mrs. T. R. Caldwell and daughter Miss Ivy, visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Bextel. Claude Cogswell was the guest of relatives in Indianapolis the latter part of the week. Misses Lillian Bextel and Annie Caldwell spent Sunday with Miss Stella Warburton. Rev. Young and family, of Acton, visited in this neighborhood from Friday until Tuesday. Perry McDonald and son, Irvin, made a trip to their farm in Hendricks county last week. J. F. McKinley and Norval Carroll attended the grand lodge of Red Men at Indianapolis last week. Mesdames Net Coy and Carrie Sipe and son, Leo, visited Monday with Clarence Kincaid and family. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Higbee spent Tuesday with tneir son, Charles Higbee, and family, of Lebanon. - Mrs. Mollie Berry and son, Roily, of Dillard, visited Monday with her sister, Mrs. Mellie Warburton. Mrs. G. W. Crain and Miss Aileen HAwkins, of Flemingsburg, Ky., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mcllwain. John Long, of Snohomish, Wash., is visiting with his cousins, Stacy Cogswell and J. J. Warburton, and families. Mary Cogswell is home again after staying for three months with her ^cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ira McClintock, of Anderson. Mrs. J. H. McMath and little daughter, Fanny, of near Sheridan, spent Friday and Saturday with J. J. Warburton and family. Will Eaton and family entertained Sunday Miss Cora Clark and Alfred Short, of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Brooke Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ransdell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mcllwain, Mrs. G. W, Crain and Miss Aileen Hawkins motored to Indianapolis Tuesday. Mr. Sells, of Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Likens and nephew, Bobby Jones, of Fortvllle, spent Sunday with Stacy Cogswell and family and J. J. Warburton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vtheridge and daughter, Geraldine; Mr. and Mrs. 81« las Bextel and son, Robert, and .'Mr. . and Mrs. John Bextel were Thursday guests ot Mr. and Mrs. JTraak Stake?. YOU CORDIALLY INVITED to an expert exhibition of the most important Domestic Science Unit in your home. See the famous COLE’S HOT BLAST RANGE in actual operation. Big Range Sale SEE THE HOT BLASTS»“ combustion save the gas part of your fuel — wasted by all other ranges. FRESH AIR OVEN brown baking top, bottom, sides— no turning pans. SEE IT BROIL STEAK COVE’S HOT BLAST The Best Range Ever Built for Family Use without smoke or odor—ROAST, TOAST, WASH, BAKE, IRON — all with one fire, at same time. FREE This valuable set of pure ALUMINUM WARE will be given absolutely FREE to every person ordering Cole’s Hot Blast Range, during the exhibition only. IS —PIECES —IS November 2, 3 and 4 ■ - •*£. S--»; - S. 1 %mMÀü ;
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