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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS VOL 6 75c A Year SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAAY, APRIL, 3, 1914 No. 46 LOCAL NEWS April fool: wash your face and go to school! Sam Carson, who has been sick is better. Mrs Oscar Eades, of Allens Creek is quite sick. The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Fox is quite sick. Mr and Mrs John Cline of Indianapolis, visited Mr and Mrs Chas Clines over Sunday. Mrs and Mrs Henry Siscoe spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Joe Flinn east of Bloomington. Edmond, the three year old son of Mr and Mrs Joe Zikes, died Tuesday evening of pneumonia fever. The funeral was held yesterday at 10 oclock at the christian church. Joe Stull now has a telephone. Tom Hardin has been indiated by the grand jury for first degree murder, which the penalty is death in the electric chair. A HOUSE DIVIDED Poor Good Old Clear Creek, township, the democratic west of Monroe County is full of mutiny, and next Wednesday one of the bitterest fought conventions will take place. The real fight will be, to beat Hensley. Although his prospects at this time, seem very favorable. In evnt af his nomination the "ring will turn to try to elect a republican trustee. The "Bull Moose" will also have out a ticket so there is yet some fun between now and next November. Commissioner Wisley has bought a new ford, several around here are going to buy new cars this spring. Peter Deckard has already bought one and Henry Siscoe is nearly in the notion. OUR MINISTER HEADS TICKET The Progressives of Lawrence County met in mass convention at Saturday, more than 200 representatives of the party being presant. A full county ticket was nominated, headed by the Rev. Quincy Short, of Springville, a minister of the Christian Church, as candidate for representative. Robert Mellen an attorney was elected Democratic county chairman at Bedford Saturday. Seed Patatoes $1.00 per bushel C. E. Deckard. Democratic Primary Ticket Select From These CONGRESS Chas D. Hunt W. A. Cullop JUDGE Robert W. Miers. PROSECUTOR Joseph K. Barclay CLERK Walter E. Hottel SHERIFF Walter Jones. COUNTY ASSESSOR Frank X. Sherlock J. L. Dowden CORONER Dr. Joseph Kentling Dr. D. G. Holland TRUSTEE Clear Creek Township, Geo. Hensley George M. Deckard Elmer Lucas BUFF ORPHINGTONS Throughbred stock utility egg $1.00 per 15. $3.00 per 50. $5.00 per hundred. A few male at $1.00 and $2.00 each, at: 6-1 D. W. KETCHAM Bloomington, Indiana, R.R. No. ? A suprise birthday dinner was given Mrs Jennie Butcher by Edgar and Lillian. The dinning room was decorated with carnations and furns, the table decoration were in all pink and white. The name of the guests were Misses Sallie Charlotte and Celia Watson, Hazel Egan. A special nurse of the Chicago Hospital, Mrs Geo Nilles Margaret Sweeten and Lena Watson and Margarett Anderson; Miss Clyde Wells, Frank Norland John Johnston, Wesland Daniels Gus Baine. Frank Kupperheimer Geo Nilles, and Frank Mumb- Games were played, a number of useful presents were given. All departed at a late hour wishing many more happy returns of the day. CARD OF THANKS We desire in this means to thank all our friends for their assistance and sympathy during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father, also the railroad men M. E. church, for their beautiful flower offering. Mrs A F Bennet J M and George Bennett. Spring has certainly had a wreck along the road. YOU ARE NO DOUBT PREPARING FOR SPRING HOUSE CLEANING YOU'LL FIND OUR STORE CROWDED WITH RUGS, DRAPERIES, LINOLEUMS. WINDOW SHADES CAMPBELL & CO. Big Cash Store, Bloomington, Ind. MIERS SURE WINNER FOR JUDGE. Robert W. Miers is certain to be nominated for judge next Wednsday, and he is exactly the right man for this important position. He is a real lawyer who has been [missing text] and found faithful to every trust. The voters of Monroe and Owen Counties are fortunate in having such a high class man to support as judge, and he will discharge the duties of this office with honesty and capability. He will receive the votes of all men who want the best man for the position The race for the congressional nomination in this district is attracting much attention. Congressman Cullop deserves another term because he has worked lor the best interests of the district. He has been especially successful in advancing the Oolitic stone industry, and has obtained its use is goverment buildings in Washington City, and other parts of the country. The Democrats cf Monroe County, are pleased with Cullop's record in congress, and will give him an almost unanimous vote next Wednesday. Mr Cullop was especially fortunate in his selections for office in this county, and we know that his appointment of postmaster at Bloomington, give the best of satisfaction. Dentist- I will be at Dr Kentlings office every Tuesday. Anyone wanting dental work call and see me. Prices reasonable, and all work guaranteed, ELMER M. BULL MONON ROUTE Is the best route to Chicago, LaFayette Indianapolis, and Louisville and all points North and Northwest Solid Vestibule Trains, Dining cars on through day trains, and Pullman Sleepers on all night trains. Smithville North Bound No. 8 Bloomington Accom 6;51 p m No, 12 Lafayette Accom' 3;50 p m No. 58 Accom Sunda ONLY 9;31 p m South Bound No. 7 Louisville Accom 6;37 a m No 11 French Lick Accom 10;42 am For time tables, folders and all other information apply to T Thrasher Agt. Smithville, Indiana. You will notice in this issue the Duntley Pneumatic Carpet Sweeper ad, and we would like to impress our readers of what a wonderful machine this sweeper is, so if you are interested in a good, economical sweeper, call and see a sample machine at C. E. Deckards who has the agency, or you can see one at this office. We have tried it out and our 'Old Woman' likes it fine. The manufacturers of this sweeper are a responsible firm and its Pres. Mr. J. W. Duntley is a pneumatic inventor of several useful articles and some of his inventions can be found in all ships yards and steel construction works. If you want to keep your rugs bright and clean, you should call on Mr. Deckard about one of these sweepers at once.
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|Title||Smithville News 1914-05-03|
Monroe County (Ind.)
Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township)
Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News
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