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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS. VOL. I. SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, June, 25, 1909. No, 43 Only a few More Days to purchase at the June sale. We have many choice bargains for this week You will see something different every day. Campbell & Co. Big Cash Store, Bloomington. Ind Local News Is it warm enough for you? Miss Mary Bennett is on the sick list this week. There isn't enough energy in town this week to raise a fuss. John Moore came down from Bloomington, on a visit Wednesday. We are glad to learn that Henry Woolery is at work in the quarry again. Rev. Fred Reynolds will preach at Mt Ebal Sunday morning at 10:30. Lynn Harrell has bought a new Kimball organ for his daughter, of Grant Hazel. Mrs. Walker Burkhart was visiting her son J. N. Burkhart and family, yesterday. A horse driven by Odel Bell, belonging to Ray Taylor became frightened at Frank Strains automobile near the depot at Harrodsburg, Sunday and turned the buggy over badly damaging it. Maurice Lucas and wife has bought a fine new Kimball piano of Grant Hazel. Mrs. G. W. Oldham and Mrs. Geo. Gaither visited relatives in Brown Co. Sunday. Miss Mabel Strain, of Harrodsburg, was the guest of Miss Anna Grimes, Saturday night. Perry Wooden of Illinois, formerly a resident of this township is here on a visit with old friends and relatives. Mrs. Chas. Spalding and son Roy, returned to their home near Seymour Monday morning after a weeks visit with old friends and relatives. Oh! Willie-—Willie O'Roroic, who is well known here by the older citizens, has just made a visit at Bloomington. He and his mother used to come here quite frequently about 15 years ago. The Tomilson heirs have just got a title quited through circuit court on some land at Sanders. The Tomilson quarry was the second quarry to begin operation in this district about 18 years ago. The Oolitic was first and is yet one of the best quarries in southern Indiana. Whew! wonder if there is any place any hotter than this. Noble Burkhart is contemplating going into the piano business with Grant Hazel at Bloomington. NOTICE—Anyone suffering! from Cancer, and wanting to get well address Lock Box 282, Edinburg, Indiana. There is nothing nicer than neatly printed stationary on good paper. There no better place to get a nice clean job that at this office. The total amount cleared by the M. E. aid at the ice cream supper last Saturday evening, was $9.02.which will help purchase a new carpet for the church. The sum taken in was $23.35, but the expenses were rather heavy. Mrs. Lelia Nossaman left yesterday afternoon for her home in Wichita, Kan., after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives here. She was accompanied by Mrs. Maude Kentling as far as Indianapolis, where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fee, for a few days. A union Sunday school will be organized at Sanders, at the school house on Sunday 27 inst. at 2:30 o'clock. At the same time a sermon will be preached. All are invited, quarry men and their families are invited to be present. Lets give the boys a chance. Remember next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wm. Wampler gave a party Tuesday evening in honor of their sister Miss Pearl Tanksley, who is their guest this week. Games were indulged indulged in until a late hour and all present enjoyed the occasion very much. Those present were Misses Daisy Zike, Amelia and Sallie Wampler, Cecil and Ola Botkin, Alta Clark, Maude Sylvester, Minnie Lucas and Pearl Tanksley. Messrs Charlie Dill, Chauncey Wooden, Willie and Edgar Sciscoe Willie Clark, Willie Vaught, Willie Cantrell, Charlie and Homer Clark, Estell Fox and Carnie Boruff. Nearly time to cut wheat. Don't forget the ''big doings" Monday July 5th, at the Fair Grounds. 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 train. SMITHVILLE North Bound No. 8 Bloomington Accom 6 56 p No. 12 Lafayette Accom 3 47 p m South Bound No. 7 Louisville Accom 6 37 a m No. 11 French Lick Accom 10 55 am No. 41 Local, Freight 7 20 am For time tables, folders and all other information apply to T. Thrasher, Agt. Smithville, Indiana. NOTICE—All parties knowing themselves indebted to Fogle & Burkhart will please call at Fogle's and settle at once. Said parties having dissolved partnership. All account must be settled immediate-ly. Capt. Mitchell of the Salvation Army of JBloomington expects to be in Smithville and Sanders on Saturday the 26 inst., distributing "The War Cry." The army is getting out an enormous Fourth of July edition of the "Cry" and the good Captain is making an effort to sell 1100 copies of that issue, Let everybody help the good work. The Captain , will speak at Harrodsburg on July 18, in the morning, and in the afternoon of the same day at Smithville. How They Are Known. The Physican by his physique. The Steel Magnate, by his temper. The farmer, by his corns. The Surveyor, by his feet. The Detective, by his shadow. The Butcher, by his ribs. The Tourist, by his trunk. The Dairyman, by his calves. The Temperance man, by his no's. The Drunkard by his nose. The "Joke-Smith," by his hum-erous. The Miner by his veins. The Paper Manufacturer, by his tissues. The Druggist by his liniments. The Printer by his Fine Stationary. Subscribe for The News.
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