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4 Correspondence DO YOU KNOW That we will sell you an or Only 4(5 Cash SJold on BO Trial to Responsible Parties a auu taiuu xuuiaun iu iun i lived for many vears on a farm north of patients I nhn nnr HENRY CO IND in THE JAPS at i HARD TO BEAT Nye's China Store 708 Main CHAS HANER RICHMOND IND 810 MAIN ST tlUUU ilCMlCIiHK Kiruu aaiv vaxcaaiu has purchased forty acres of the old week Some people hmt at some things i i Tjkit ia i A HamY PHOTOGRAPHS Window' Shades ser ft 1 Ha iirn Rock Bottom Solicited! of of The bow has a groove on each end A collar runs down inside the pendant (stem) and fits into the grooves firmly locking the bow to the nendant zso that it cannon be puiiea or twisted on Cabinet Size Enamel inish li only $200 Card Size $ioo All Work Guaranteed THE JEWELER Wk dorado 0 are visiting her sister Mrs Peter Rowe Miss Nellie Champe of Dublin spent Sunday with Miss Alva Beck Mr and Mrs Teeple of Decatur are visiting at Peter Mrs Tom Bertsch and daughter spent Sunday at Conuers ville David Reiser is much better at this writing Ephriam Wolfgang died at his home north of Germantown on Monday of last week after many weeks of suffering He wan nne of the best known citizens in Harrison township and was universally respected by all A wife and several children survive him He was about 65 years of age The funeral took place at the Luthern cemetary on Wednesday and was largely attended i Michael Sowers one of the oldest citi zens of this vicinitv died on Tuesday of last week He was born in York county Pa "and came to Indiana in 1837 to to About A Brilliant Idea! ft I will go to this week and have my eyes carefully tested That is just what I was think i ing as I have also heard that you can get a pair of spectacles or eye glasses fit ted up cheaper at than at any where else in town and he al wave 5' Guarantees Satisfaction WATTS 9 Cor 13th and Main Richmond Ind How is it Adam Married at Richmond Wednesday Sept 26th Miss Lily Creamer and Oliver Canby 4 Mrs Vashti Kimmel entertained her sister Mrs Keplinger of Eaton over Sun day ft 4 VZ Miss Alpha Wittmer attendedjthe conveniion of the Christian church at feed Key last week as a dele gate from the Society at Milton Mrs Rebecca Buser of Anderson is visiting her brothers Messis Kimmel and her sister Mrs Mary Crawford John tSouman complains of being tired He ran a restaurant at the jCon Henry Wissler who has been ill of ty A new iron bridge is to be put in over the canal near Manlove park by the township Will Ogborn and wife of Rushville were guests of his sister Mrs Will Snope Wednesday The Prohibitionists of this township have not yet made out their township ticket but will in due time Miss lora Champe of Dublin was calling on friends here Thursday Calvin Kellum father of Mrs Urias Wissler is very low with heart trouble' At this writing his death is hourly ex pected Mrs Oliver erguson and her guest Mrs Myra Champe of Dublin spent ri day at Mrs? Dick in the Dodd ridge neighborhood 7 A Neff baker at the Boss bakery is taking a short vacation Mrs Lionville erguson as quite sick a few days last week Aunt Marina erguson is again on the sick list Mrs Geo Deck returned home from Knightstown Monday Wesley Odell of Liberty joined his HAIR ON THE EMALE ACE Hair on cheeks Can only be had with cases stamped with this trade mark Sold by Jas Boss rilled Watch Cases are now fitted with this' great bow (ring) They look and wear like solid gold cases Cost only about half as much and are guaranteed for twenty years Sold only through watch dealers Remember the name aiuii vu uicu vuuonr above the beard line fa moles hirthmark sNi and all facial blew 'A lisbes destroyed or VC Iever No pain scar shock or injury by the ELECTRIC NEEDLE iby Dr Van Dyck Boston Electrons Co Circle Park Hotel Indianapolis Ind 18 Years Experience Over 10000 Cases Cured Note Dr Van Dyck will have par lors at the Huntington Grand Hotel Richmond all day Tuesday Octo ber 9th Every case! cured no matter how bad it may be Terms reas lonaoie (hook reel Anything in the Pump or Implement Line ouiu tii me very lowest Prices blankets lap robes whips and other goods in his line Will onts George Wright Prank Osborn and rank Mitchel went to Cin cinnati on the Big our Sunday 'excur sion ft Will Bowman 01 Thornburg Tom Lamb and Wyatt Dean are spending some days in an outing at the reservoir John Manning moved into Elwood property last week ortner is visiting relatives here ft Haxton Bros have added a nice line of shoes and are a iding to their dry goods department from time tojtime One more show stopped at our town Tuesday but failure was stamped all over it Ballenger was at Richmond on business Tuesday zS Quite a goodly number of riends from this place attended Yearly Meeting AXLUWK vviivio ircic innvuu uuavv rjuvu and Aseneth Clark Rhoda Cain Lean der Cnamness and family Mrs CRobbins Nan Cook and Dora Pierce Rev Elmer Jordan and wife from Southwestern Indiana called on rela tives and friends here Saturday and Sunday Sunday afternoon Elmer preached an interesting sermon to an appreciative audience at Mt Pleasant Several from this place were in attend ance z'Z A revival meeting is to begin at the latter place a week from Sunday con ducted Joy Rev A Neal Mrs? Betsy Ruggles of Missouri is visiting her sister Mrs John Jordan Milfred Harris is recovering from his sickness 1 1 Thornburgh attended Yearly meeting at Richmond last week Harry Macy spent Saturday and Sun day witn inendsat Richmond ourtam City Everybody seemed to have gone Portland to the fair or to Richmond Yearly meeting last Thursday 50 tickets were sold for Portland Enoch Marine and family were visit ing Wm Davidson near Mount Vernon on Sunday yz Townsend and hands went east of Winchester to bale hay this week ft Ella Hartley leaves for her home in 1 Indian Territory this week Thomas is considerably behind with his sorghum making ijoiiii Aaris iOfcL uis day oook on bis market wagon on riday evening' of last week The finder will confer a favor by leaving the same at the post office Thieving seems to be in order in these parts Oliver Pickett lost nearly twenty live bushels of wheat a few days since and chickens go almost nightly Some body had better look out or they willhear something Branson Evansand wife returned from a visit to theiichildren at Portland last week Robert Hough son of Addison Hough of West Richmond was married on the evening of the 4th to Celia daughter of Joseph Cox and wife of Mills Mrs Melvin Coggshall paid rather dear for her trip to the Portland fair last week being relieved of her pocket book containing S100 as she was entering the cars to return home late in the evening Windsor Wiggs has a badly cut hand Tuesday at 6 at the residence of the bi parents Miss Ida Thorn and Will Parker of Arba were united3 in marriage 'At 8p tbezband boys gave them a few choice selections and retired in goodj order May success attend all parties concerned 1 Attend our Cheap Carpet Sale next week Jones Co Richmond Ind 'ft Milton? ft" 'ft' Some one has been ciying out voice of the squash and the song of the but our farmers are crying out a scarcity of pumpkins Toe Deckerliving south of here on rank farm found a gold watch on the Connersville air grounds riday The owner can reclaim it by indentifying the watch ft rank Beeson and Cy Clark two of our prominent farmers have suffered a loss of a large number of hogs through cholera ft El Beeson and Charley Johnson made a trip to Madison ounty and back on their wheels They made a ride of 70 miles on riday Mrs rank Johnson of Indianapolis Has been spending the hast week with her parents A Bragg and wife Miss Gusta Wirtz of Hamilton has been the guest of Miss Emma Klieber rank Dotv made a business trip to Richmond Saturday Prof Share and A Hoffman were at Richmond tjie first part of the week Adam Spangler was at Noblesyille last Institute oi rentnansaip ana anur Hand Occupies an entire building Six department None better Send for catalogue Auurw hiviiiiiuiiw Business College Co Whitewater Our pastor at Whitewater ME church gave us a fine a discourse Sunday from the 84th Psalm: Lord God is a It aboundeif with ft gems of thought and his illustrations were grand Zft ft zftftft MARRIED ft' z' ft ft On Saturday evening Sept 29th' ult at the home of the parents Mr Charles? Jordan and Miss Bertha Chenoweth both of ranklin 'township Mr Jordan is principal of the school at Whitewater and Chenoweth is a highly esteemed young lady danghter of Wm and Viola Chenoweth Services conducted by Rev A Jackson The Whitewater Band came in as a grand appendix and furnished some very fine music on the occasion ft Thanks boys Sur A 'fV supply of horse! I NOTICE APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been by the circuit court of Wayne county appointed administrator ot tne Mtate or car pime vhamness late ot said county aeceasea Keystone Watch Case Co PHILADELPHIA May Defeat the Chinese Government but will be East Germantown ft 1 mon on last Sunday morning and will Mrs Sarah Vance and daughter of E1J leave "eek t0 the v4 VUUILU JU VlHHJVl JI VJ I Misses Louie and Effie Smith are af flicted with malarial fever Mr and Mrs Baldwin who have been here during the illness and funeral of Mrs Ruth Venard returned to Muncie on Saturdaj' evening Will Hart and wife returned to Hunt ington on Sunday evening Wm A Peelle was at Richmond Sat urday on legal business ft rank Buell who is down with typhoid iever is improving slowly Leonard Hill and wife of Randolph county were the guests of Mrs Peelle Saturday and Sunday ft ft' ftz' ft Mies Rella Lewis of Lynn is visiting at Mrs this week 7 The union service at the church oh Sunday evening was well attended and the sermon was preached by Bro Hall The subject of the discourse was on Christian perfection ft ftftft i Dr Gabel lias been for the past two weeks kept very busy attending on his i ft'' ft jonn voornees is ciersmg iu reeiie oc grocery' store Hardin Peelle can walk around some by the use of his cane and attend some to business affairs Cornelius shoe and notion i store was doing a lively business on Sat urday evening waiting on thgir custom ers ft ft Aft' Mr Tyler will move this week into Hardin house on East Wal nut street ft ftft ft ft James Dorsey has unoved back to Richmond zftft Mr Stewart and Albert Hill of Bah dolph county have some attraction that calls them in this direction occasionally Miss Rella returned to Lynn on Tuesday ft ft ft A brother of Mrs Charles Bertsch Xenia Ohio is visiting at the home his sister for the past few days Miss Nellie Leeson is now working Indianapolis Rev Charles Hiatt will preach church on Sunday morning and evening Ift ft Caleb Jackson and James Nichols moved the goods of Bro Hall to Con nersville on Wednesday of tliis week Eld Garyof New Castle preach es in the Christian church the 2nd day in October ft The will hold their meet ing after this week at the home of Mi's McDowel every Thursday at 2p All invited ft Joseph Culbertson moves this week into his newly repaired house on East Main street Some of the sisters of the attended the State convention at Indian apolis this week and will also visit the Hadley Home while there ft the Idea Of the Non pull out Bow The great watch saver' Saves the watch from thieves and falls cannot be pulled oft the costs nothing extra EMALE PILLS Htw DISCqyiBY NEVER AILS A now rvUnhifl sand JtafR PliAf fnt pressedxcefisivecantyor painful men 4g etmtion Mow uied by over 80000 males BODiniy invigorates tnew organs Beware of imitations Hams paper 82 per box or trial box 31 Beni sealed in plain wrapper Send la in etiLmnA fnr nartleulars Sold by Loeal a Address: PEER ASSOCIATIONj Chicago Sudhoff Grand Kapids Indiana Railroad ft Time card for Richmond In eb 1 TRAINS GOING NORTH No 3cRich Gi Rapids 1 Ex 11 OOam No Rich Wayne Ac Ex 7 :35 Trains arrive from the North No 2 Gr Rapids Rich and Ex 3:45 pm No 6 Bamds Rich Ex 8:15 a Daily except Saturday All trains unless otherwise indicated depart and arrive daily ex eept Bunday CL LOCCWOODG ATAft 0 ELMER Agent ft Richmond Ind 'V 1' i 4 NW 1 3 ENTERPRISEftRICHMOND INDIANA RIDAY QOTOBER Attention armers i Cambridge City but came to i this place some years ago and lived re tired from the active duties of life His "wife died several years ago since which time his wants have been attended to by relatives He was a good citizen His death was the result of old age IIe was buried at the Luthern cemetary on Thursday John Jacebs son of John and Cas sandra was born near Abington Wayne Co eb 1 1832 and died at his homp in Pennville Ind Sept 27 1894 He was a man of many domestic virtues and was nearly always to be found with in the langecf his owyi home He al ft wavs had great reverence for sacred things faith in Christ and was a 'mem ber of the Presbyterian church He had been an invalid for many years and dur ing his long affliction bore his suffering with patience and fortitude He brother two sisters numerous rela tives and a host of friends to mourn hisl loss He was buried at the Luthern cemetery on Saturday Henry Kiser son oi Daniel Kiser (lied at bis home north of Cambridge on Thursday of week He leaves a wife three chilren a father and mother brothers and sisters and numerous ft friends to mourn his loss He was bur led at the Luthern cemetary Sunday byft the Cambridge City lodge of Red men I 1 Dublin lift 'John 'Miles is having quite a large fi ft amount of Sorghum to manufacture There seems to be' quite an amount offt corn topped and cut up this season I i The farmers are about done with their fall seeding The morning train goingeast stopped I every day at this place last week for the Iftftft accommodation of those who wished to li attend the yearly meetiug at Richmond ft ft Miss Hortense Gilbert of Richmond I ft was visiting her old home and friends iz here last week Rev McMahan of Marion was here Ik visiting friends recently I Our town seems to be filling up of late I as several families are about moving I here trom a distance ft ft ftft ftft ftft I Mr Benj Kiser who had been living I 4 near New Lisbon Henry county died I on riday last and was brought through I ft here on Sunday for burial at Geriqan I V' town' The procession was a large one I ft 'Rev Mrs Robbine preached in 5 the I new church on Sunday ft Her hus I Rev Robbins' has been wrestlings zwith a I 'severe ease of typhoid fever for a month I or more but is getting much better I ftMr William Haldon of Indianapolis I is about moving back to this place again I and open out a first class barber shop I ft ft He at one time did work here and is a I No 1 barber besides quite a gentleman I Strauehns ft I The farmers are all about through I 1 sowing wheat pnd cutting Up corn I The John Starr store room is now I 'zfinishel up with the exception ot the I' glass in the front which is expected I everyday' ft I Isabel Straughns has rented her house I ft' ft to the gentleman who will occupy the I Starr store room I Mr Jones of Knightstown will move I into Moses property lately vacated I ft ft by Zachariah White ft ftftz ft I 'O wing to MrsJsabel Straughns renting I ft her property Elmer Willis and wife her I grand children will go to housekeeping I rank Allison of Knightstown has I moved to this place for the purpose of I ft hauling hickory logs to be shipped to the above named place ft 1 I The child of Mr Nelson of Dublin l1 died Sunday with' the kfiux and was buried at the Salem church cemetery I one mile north of this place Monday I John Hazlerizir our grain merchant B'S Ift home farm joining this place' I Straughns is on a boom now ft Clive Leving ton ut his leg below 'the knee last Monday week which laid 'him I up from working until last Monday 4 Dill Waddell our merchant and post zz i master will move into his new house this week 'ft? I ft Mrs Mary Leonard sold Thomas Brad I way one of her cows last week ft ft Sol Gilbert went to Emory Monday morning to hull'clover seed Not much more room in Ed lor varil fnr loz Charley Henly while working in the '(mil) loading lumber last fell 'and All Steel Wind Mill 8 fbot an a 30 foot Steel Tower 4 bteei Anchor Posts All Galvanized I The PRICES ON CHINA DISHES at 6th and jV 111 I 8 Main Sts I Everv Wednesday 2 pm i accurately lemeu anu Bpecuuaw uiieu hurt himself so bad that be could not do nersvwe rair last weea nn MPnrv Wlflfl AT WHO 1 1 cLLJ 'J UJJvii iTxujj vi We won id like to know if of the phoid fever is improving ft ft ftrbrrespi'mdents of the Enterprise have had any experience it H' Diamond Bone dust as tertihzer on wheat Centerville i rr Ruth Venard died on last ThursdayvxiDoruing Tne funeral occured on Sat at 10:30 a ni at the yl'be discourse was delivered by VRev Charles Hiatt from the text ft sft'She hath done what she Ruth an exemplary mother and a very kind neighbor and will lie sadlyA missed in the community The 'body ft was borne to Crown Hili cemetery laid to rest The berett family of Ruth Venard will break up housekeeping ioz Jennie the widowed daughter will ft move into her own house on West Wal ftV nut street an I Willie will nrobably make ft his heifie with her The other daughters will find other homes as convenience a offers It is sad to see tli family ft ft broken up but such isdife and we have to submit May grace mercy and zsi peace be with tiieybereit family is the Lain cere desire of their many friends ft Eld Hall preacnea nis lareweu wife at her Mrs Armstrong last week The latter does not improve Mesdames Amos Caldwell Hattie Heist and Vene Beeson spent Saturday in Richmond rank Miller is clerking at Booth grocery Mrs Booth and Mrs Mattie Stiles were at Centerville Monday to visit the sister Miss Electa Shra der Mrs Warren and son Wallace returned Saturday from Warsaw Mrs Kellar and daughter of Chicago are visiting here Mrs Templin was the guest of Mrs John Adams of Cambridge City Wed nesday Jerry Dorgan wife and cousin Mrs Kate Stillabower are visiting relatives in Columbus ft That Mother Goose aprohrthat Booth wears was a present to him Ask him who gave it to him We Tike "Among others were Elwood Macy Ellen 10 Tell VAIOS OUv OI Wm Kidd and wife of Muncie been at Urias for the past ft few days ft ft' Eld Hall of Butler University was greeting friends in Milton Monday The Odd ellows picnic at Manlove Park Thursday was not largely attended as might have been expected owing to the Connersville air and other attract ions But the day was a pleasant one to all The address of Binkley of Richmond is highly complimented and the music of the Milton band good The next one will be held in August at Hag erstown "ft The Milton Alumni met at Harry on Thursday evening The members of the class of were received and an elegant banquet served Miss Vene Caldwell is spending a few weeks with her sister in Chicago Mr and Mrs Munger of near Benton ville were at Linville Sun day 'S ft' See the new case' of beautifulftsilver ware at the New York store given as a premium for cash purchases Lou Jones of Greenfield Sundayed at home here Miss Stunkard is the new trimmer at Mesdames erguson and millin ery store 'V "Will Callaway came in from Indianap olis Sunday to visit his parents The following unclaimed letters in the Milton post office this month Mrs Em ma Schneider Mrs'Elizzbeth Reed Miss Lizzie Taylor Miss Ida Zink and Hen ry Cooptr i Mrs Kate Stafford ahd Miss Vina Grimme of station' were enter tained by Mrs Brown Sunday Charley erguson has a five month old colt that paced the mile track at Con nersville fair riday 2:58 Mrs Chas Miller was at Cincinnati this week Erk moved his family to Rich mond this week Miss Cora Brown is visiting her aunt in Richmond this week Mr and Mrs Tom McDaniel spent a day in Cincinnati this week The Christian Sunday school will have a rally next Sunday Williams has moved to his new home in Milton this week Mrs Lizzie Cochoran was the guest of Connersville friends Wednesday i Eld Wells preaches here next Sundav We are in receipt of an invitation to the marriage of Miss Marcia Marlatt and Henry McMahan of Doddridges Jt will take place at Doddridge Chapel at 4 Oct 10th Mordecai Gilbert will preach at Ortho dox church next Sunday Prof Sawyer of Connersville conduct ed a piano recital at Mrs Jones Monday evening k' Harry Bragg andr Miss Bert McCready of Connersville were guests of Miss lo Broaddus Sunday Mrs Alice Great gaye a tea party Tuesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs rank Callaway 1 Mr and Mrs Will Conkling of Xenia 0 "at Mrs Louis Cummings Charley Hannen has the fever '7 Mrs Sam Hoshour and the Misses Kateand Mary Hoshour were visiting in Richmond over Sunday Dalton A large number of the people of this vicinity attended Yearly Meeting Emanuel Canaday lost a valuable horse last week in a mysterious way It seems evident that he threw up hia head dodge a fly and struck the top his head against a limb of the tree under which he was standing ft Rachel wife of Nathan Baldwin died Tuesday evening ft Her disease was typhoid fever uneral at 2 on Thursday Services conducted by Ira Johnson of Lynn J' 'B came home from the State Normal School Saturday night to visit his mother in law Mrs Rachel Baldwin Sarah Sanders of New Castle sister of the late Joseoh Sanders is doing the ImuEewi'i at Nathan Rain fell in torrents Tuesday night: Mrs Boone of Richmond visited herfatlur Lindsey Dennis the latter part of last and fore part of this weekWilliam Baldwin of St Ohio reached the bedside of his stepmother Monday Elijah and Mary Chamness Rich nieun air vei Nattian on Wednesday morning too late io see their sister alive Mr and Mrs George Baldwin and Mr and Mrs rank Harter each hate a new girl at their house Burley Lewellen who has been work ing for I Beeson went to Rockand to start to school Monday 1 rs Louisa and Nancy Moore and Mrs Beeson visited at Mrs Lizzie Lesh and son" of Steam Goat Rock Iowa are on a visit to friends here and a general reunion and welcome was bad at David Wednesday Mrs Lovina ield nee Beeson is keeping bouse for Mrs Lesh in her absence ft Economy Wes Mattox sold his farming imnle ments stock and ain at public sale last Saturday and will find employment at Anderson ft Mrs Cody and two youngest children of Brightwood suburb of Indianapolis have been visiting friends in this vicini ty for some days ftt 3 ft ft Mrs George Canaday is visiting a sister in Anderson Grant Mendenhall's team took a nttle run with a log wagon in town Tuesday evening but were stopped before any damage was done TTlrv aAt rrtno in Qat iJlLUVi 1U AU UULUVUU urday and laid in a i sale The undorgigned administrator of the Estate I of Caroline Chamness deceased hereby givesnotice that he will on Thursday October 4th I J4 beginning at ten in the forenoon at I the late residence of the deceased a quarter of a mile east of the town of Daltop Wayne county I Indiana sell at public auction the personal I property of said decedent consisting of four I head ofjiorses three milk cows one Holetien bull one yearling calf and one sprit calf four sows seven fat hogs and forty five spring pigsft I about forty acres corn in the field hay in the I mow farm wagon wheat drill breaking plows harrows harness and many other articles too Tn A Inuraeroustomentionuponthetoiiowingterms: I QTYITTGL H'lin 1 Purchases of $500 and under cash on sums over ft AJvV I $500 a credit of ten months will be I be given the purchaser giving lus note with I approved secnritywaiving relief from valuation ft land appraisem*nt laws with interest after 1000' Window Shades with maturity 'ft spring fixtures at 15c and 25c I RILEY chamness Regular 25c and 38c value I 3 12lstrator I XJOTICE is hereby given that Vernon Elegant Vase Lamps decorated I IN Grave the undersigned has tins day been bowl and shade at O5c aad $100 and Upward i I Indiana Said estate is solvent ft ft I VERNON GRAVE Administrator 500 pair of Men's Pants at I September i8rl ifi 4 3 $150 and DR ALLEN OPTICIAN Haeeifitown Indiana 5'00 and Caps at 15c two fur 25e worth 5oc May be seen at No Iu North 10th street lot of 1 TitiltrelLis clieao I Richmond Indiana 4 1 1 i 8U 'T ft SI I vid I 'I 7 I ft5' "A 5 1 1 4 it 1 'J a 4 At 1 MB '1 'ftftftl 7 4 4 I iii 4 I I Jn 1'7 ft 6 I I ih oliik 1 1 'ijl ft 11 II 'll 3LAEX i 1 kM 45 5 'g fi 4 ft 1 'n Oi Ml tW 'W T' ft ft'' 7" A AX MM ft.

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