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Lebanon Pioneer (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lebanon, Indiana mm^THC LMANON mONKM. TflUfil^Ay, O^^MII . ^ - ' FA€W mBH.................I _' - _——_________:_L.;_^_' _ a Have You Produce to Bring It to Us, as We Pay the Highest Possible Prices Take a look over our store. There is nothing in the grocery line we don't have. Come in and see for yourself, whether you want to buy or not. The Grocery on the Corner of the Square Lewis & Storm San Mario Coffee and Sunshine Goods a Specialty♦ ♦♦ BOONE COUNTY NEWS ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ LISTER'S SCHOOL HOUSE. Some have begun cribing corn. Mrs. Wallace Witt cooks on a new range. Lon Perkins bought twenty spring calves. D, D. Cohee and wife visited in Indianapolis from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas visited at Perry Lucas', near Winamac, last week. James Proffitt has put up a new chicken house and moved their old wood house, making a cow stable of it. ROYALTON, Walter Brandenburg has been very ill with ptomaine poisoning. W. H. Green and wife, of Lebanon, spent Sunday evening with his mother, Mrs. Louisa Green. Walter Bürgin and family, of Darlington, and Logan Bürgin and family spent Sunday wth Simpson Bürgin and family. Charley Herdrich and wife, of Thomtown, and Vern Lemon and wife, of Mechanicsburg, spent Sun day with Fred Herdrich and family. Milton Enlow and family Sundaj evening entertained Daniel Bender and wife, George Turner and wife and Scott Harmon and wife and daughter, Tina. BROWN'S WONDER. E. E.- Rader is plastering his house this week. Mrs. Mary Saunders are moving in his new house. Charley Shaffer is preparing to move to Lebanon. E. E. Rader and wife and son, Ros-coe, spent Saturday night with his father. Rev. W. H. Williams and wife are preparing to go south to spend the winter. Those who spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Duzan, at Thorntown, were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rader, of near Bethel; E. E. Rader and wife and son, Roscoe, of Brown's Wonder, and Miss Smith, of Lebanon. Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Win-gate's parents, at Boyleston. Mesdames Gertrude Rogers, Myrtle George and Erva McCance and Oscar George attended the session of the great council of Pocahontas at Indianapolis Wednesday and Thursday. Fred S. Purnell, Republican candidate for congress, spoke to a fair-sized audience Thursday night. His speech was somewhat of a surprise to the Progressives, for during the house and twenty minutes he spoke he never mentioned the Bull Moose party, but spoke as if there were but the two old parties. HAZELRIGG. MECHANICSBURG. The Masons had a called meeting Monday night. Miss Rosebud Crane was visiting relatives at Brownsburg Sunday. Miss Vivian Cason spent last week with relatives in Laporte county. H. B. Harting and family spent Sunday with E. S. Crane and family, of Buntin. Frank Davis and family were visiting at Carl McDonald's, near Hopewell, Sunday. Lloyd Groves and wife, of Scircle-ville, were the Sunday guests of Joe Thrine and wife. Jesse Hall and family, of Frankfort, were visiting at Dr. C. D. Um-berhine's Sunday. A box supper will be given in the basement of the Christian church next Saturday night. Noah E. Wingate and family spent M. A. Wills is visiting his sister, in Nashville, Mich. Lora Byers is on the sick list, threatened with typhoid fever. Warren Byers, of Indianapolis, spent SunSay with home folks. Leona and Burlena Wills took Sun-Jay dinner with Clara Hazelrigg. Mr. and Mrs. James Long spent Sunday with Frank Thomas and family. Fay Haelrigg and Mrs. Pearl Dor->ett were married last Saturday at Lebanon. Mrs. Mollie Clark, of Judson, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. H. Bratton, ind family. Willard VanHuss and family took linner Sunday with Andrew Bratton ind family. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hill, of Thorntown. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewallen and son spent Sunday with George Follen and family, of Lebanon. Flossie Cain, of Lebanon, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her cousin, Constance Young. Mildred Thomas and Lois Uhler .spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. James Long. Mrs. Ed Lewallen and son, Howard, visited her sister, Mrs. Rena Golds-berry, of Lebanon, Friday. Fern Lewallen gave a party Friday night and announced her marriage to George Horning September 8. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beck and children spent Sunday with Beecher Beck and family, of Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor, Mrs. Pansy Sumpter and children were Sunday visitors of D. C. Taylor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Robinson and children and Mrs. Albert Robinson spent Tuesday with Sam Stowers and family, of Terhune. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylor and son, Lawrence, and Mrs. Lee Taylor, of Lebanon, motored to Illinois Tuesday for a visit with relatives. Dave Wills, of Pittsboro; Flossie Hazelrigg, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Hazelrigg spent Sunday with Jess Hazelrigg and family, near Thomtown. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Robinsoji and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil-lams, of Russiavlle, the trip being made in their automobile. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hardesty and children, of near Bethel, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and daughter, of near Thorntown, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Hardesty. WARD. Mrs. Ed Qraham la very ill. Dan Ryan sold a bunch of hogs this week. Charlie Dale is building a new shed to his bam. Marion Reed is building a new addition to his house. Jack Olock and family were guests of Charlie Hopkins Sunday« There was a good attendance at Ward Sunday school Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Booher has gone to Crawfordsville. to spend a few days. J. W. Jones and wife, of Lebanon, spent Thursday night with Perry Canada. Pleasant Shoemaker, of Lebanon, bought a bunch of sheep of CaJe Shera this week. Charlie Dale and wife spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Fred Taylor, near Milledgeville. Berlie Hawkins, of Zionsville, has the contract of putting a new bridge over Raccoon Creek. Miss Mabef Lucas attended a surprise party on Miss Olga Ray, -near Advance, Saturday night. John Kemodle and Charlie Dale were at Shelbyville Wednesday and Thursday on a business trip. James Swindler is doing some improving in the way of a new engine room, smoke hours and wash house. Bennie Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother-in-law, Neal Day and wife,-west of Advance. Clyde Powell, wife and daughter, Audra, spent Friday night with his parents, Roy Powell and wife, of Lebanon. Lawson Brown, wife and daughter, Edith, spent Sunday with Mrs. Brown's brother, Carl Bowman, and wife, of Advance. Newt Faulkinbury, of Mississippi, is visiting his mother and family. His wife, who was operated on for goiter several weeks ago, is improving in health now. James Ryan and wife entertained the following guests for dinner Sunday: Pat Shahan and family, Dan Ryan and wife, Walter Whitecotton, wife and baby, of Lebanon; Mike Lane and family, near Hazelrigg. William Haun, wife and daughter, Blanche, near Shannondale; Mrs. Blanche George and children, of Advance ; William Tolley, wife and daughter, Leroy Atkinson and wife, of Lebanon, and Mrs. Loreta Faulkinbury and daughter were guests of Elmer Vanarsdall and wife for Sunday dinner. NEW SALEM. Sam Graham and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Len Beck. Mrs. Omer Kersey and son, Harold, called on Mr. and Mrs. Judge Tribbett Sunday. Rev. Lucas will fill his appointment at this place Sunday morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Maze took supper with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beck Saturday evening. Harry Kersey and Miss Ruth Weit-zel, of Lebanon, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Campbell Misses Elizabeth Beck, Mildred Thomas and Olene Uler spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Garrett and daughter, of Kirklin, spent the first of the week with C. M. Jacoby and family. Miss Hester Riley and Mrs. Ed Jacoby and daughter, of near Darlington, visited last week with C. M. Jacoby and family. Miss Ursula Titus, of near Dover, and Blaine Leeke were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Titus. Mary Emhoff, who has been staying with Judge Tribbett's, was called to her home in Lawrence county Saturday by the serious illness of her brother. A party composed of Ava Beck, Edith Titus, Agnes Beck, Lelia Maze, Vida Graham, Mary Emhoff and Lottie Wiggins went fishing Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Len Tribbett, Mrs. Orpha Tribbett and daughter, Neva, and George Tribbett, of Darlington, called on Mr. and Mrs. Judge Tribbett Sunday afternoon. Lawrence Beck and family. Glen Beck and family, Chalmer Beck and family, Charley Hall and family, Frank Miller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eamest Wiggins attended a surprise on Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Beck at Lebanon Sunday. Mrs. C. M. Jacoby entertained the L. C. Embroidery Club Friday afternoon. Four prizes were given, Mrs. Len Beck, Mrs. William Dale, Mrs. Glen Beck and Mrs. Arthur Beck being the ones to receive them. A two-course lunch was served. Guests of the club were Mrs. Ed Jacoby, Miss Hester Riley and Mrs. Anderson. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Glen Beck. Our Shoes for Your Comfo STACY ADAMS' Warren Com-1 bination Last is narrow in heel and inst^ I and broad ball. Absolutely neat and comfortable, $6.00. Howard & Foster's $6.00. ^OiCHiSie Our Olde Tyme Comforts are the best wearing and most comfortable Shoes made for their purpose. Prices from $1.75 to $4.00 the pair, for Men and Women. "Oh, Mother, ^ve me a cooky!" When the rosy faced, happy, healthy child, hungry as a bear, bounces into the house with that very natural request mother usually has to shell out. But mother is very foolish if she stands fuming and fretting over a hot stove in a smelly kitchen even for her hopeful Our bakeshop's the answer. Try Oar SMwirift Breai, 8 Uaves for 2Se Farmer'« Pilone Its Wert SoQlli SiMd When in need of Rubber footwear don't forget that we have the best for the least money. Come and see for yourself. Arctics from 98c to $2.25. Our Children's Department is a source of constant study to us. We give them as much attention as grown people's shoes. Prices right. Hosiery Too! Hosiery Too! CARRE E. DAVIS South Side Square At Work on Noble Street. The crushed stone for the improvement of Noble street has arrived and Contractor George T. Miller began the work of putting it on Monday. CASTORIA For Infants and Chfldrea In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. LOCUST GROVE. Attendance at Mt. Tabor Sunday school Sunday was 41, There will be a box supper at the Faulkner school house Friday night, October 30. Perry Sullivan and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Ed, Agan and wife. Wilhelm Everett and family and Reed Fimkhouser and children spent Sunday with Jim Cox and wife, of Lebanon. Rev. Raleigh Smith and family, of near Pittsboro, attended church at Mt. Tabor and he preached the mom> ing sermon. Rev. Preston Smith, of Whites-town, will preach at Mt. Tabor Sunday, November 1, at 11:00 o'clock a. m. 'and 6:30 o'clock p. m. Stato of Indiana, Boone county, ss: In tho circuit court of Boone county, in tiic state of Indiana, John S. Jones et al, plaintiffs, vs. Isaac Moon et al, défendantes. No. 5P.73. Complaint, for partition and to quiet title. Be it known, that on the 19th day of October, 1914, the above named plaintiffs, by tlieir attorneys, filed in the offlco of the clerk of the circuit court of Boone county, in the state of Indianii, tlu'ir complaint against the above named defendants, and the said plaintiffs having also filed in said clerk's offlce the affidavit of a competent person, showing that said defendant, Calvin Moon, is not a resident of tho state of Indiana. Now, therefore, by order of said court, said defendant, last abov« named is hereby notified of the filing and pendency of said complaint agraJnst him and that unless he appears and answers or demurs thereto, at the calling' of said cause on the 14th day of December. 1914, the same being the 79th Judicial day of a term of said court, to be begun and held at the court house in the city of Lebanon, Ind., on the second Monday in September, 1914, said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined In his absence. JAMES GARDNER. Oct. 22, 1914. 31w3 Clerk. [A. J. Shelby, Artman & Smith, Attys. for Plaintiffs.] SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the clerk's office of the Boone Circuit Court in a cause wherein Elizabeth A. Shulse . is plaintiff, and Ida B. Webb defendant, requiring me to make the sum of eight hundred forty-four dollars and ten cents, with interest on said decree and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday, November 7, A. D., 1914, between the hours of 10:00 o'clock a. m. and 4:00 p. m., of said day, at the door of the court house of said Boone county, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of lot 8 in block number 2, in Smith's addition to Lebanon. Indiana, and run thence east 28 feet, thence north 55 feet, thence east 2 feet, thence north 65 feet, to the alley, thence west 30 feet, to the northwest corner of said lot, thence south 120 feet to the place of beginning. Also, 7 feet of uniform width, off the entire east side of lot number 7, in block number 2, in Smith's addition to Lebanon, Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, I will at the same time and place, expose at public sale, the fee-simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge said decree, interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. B. B. McROBERTS, Sheriff Boone County. Oct, 15, 1914. 30w3 NOTICE TO HEIRS, CREDITORS, ETC. In the Boone circuit court, September term, 1914. In the matter of the estate of James N. Jones, deceased. Notice la hereby given that Charlie L. Jones, as administrator of the estate of James N. Jones, deceased, has presented and filed his account ;md vouchers in final settlement of said «state, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit court, on the 13th day of November, 1914, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said es tate, ai^ required to appear in said court and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. "Witness, the clerk and seal of said Boone circuit court, at Lebanon, Indiana, this 16th day of October, 1914. _ - JAMES GARDNER, Oct. 22, 1914. 31w2 Clerk. lA. J. Shelby, Atty.] NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed executrix of the estate of Rosa M. Wiesehan, deceased. late of Boone county, Indiana. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. MARY E. STOKES. [H. P. New, Attorney.] Oct. 15, 1914—30w3 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Sarah J. Adair, deceased, late of Boone county, Indiana. Said estate is believed to be solvent. EDWARD ADAIR, Oct. .22, 1914. 31w3 Administrator. , [W.m, J. Wood, Atty, for Admr.] Capital Stock, $50,000.00.YOUR HTLE GUARANTEED FREE We make Abstracts, make Loans and Guarantee Titles. PRICES RIGHT. Northeast Comer Square. Lebanon, Ind. Telephone 111. We have the only complete set of Abstract Books in Boone couztty.Boone Title and Guaranty Co What Would You Do? There are «any times when one man questions ancttber's actions and motives. Men .ac^ dlperenUy under different 'circum'staildaai The question is, what would you right ^ow if yon liad m coU t Coidd wn do better tlian tek* CTilwil^ln'i Gongli-itoawdrt 'it ir liStt rooom- .. ...... .f^jMlMU O. ■ Oooih weight tn goM Mid I ÛU ptmmwê M reoomnwedlng tt." Vor tal« Iv an «ealenk-Htir. oi;'^ Quality^ Service, Workmanship and a Moderate Price is the Motto of this Store It U not always the cheapest that is thè best to buy, and you w^ fuid diis true in harness. Mjr Hamìetti» Robes» ^^ the best and you find the prices reasonable. Give me a call for anything kept in a first class Harness Shop. Repairing neiitly and quickly done. ìiétìmti ft I ^ InAm ;
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