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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS. VOL. II. SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEB., 25, 1910. No,29 The Great White Sale Ends This Week Stocks are kept up and Assortments meet every demand, we are going to usher out the last few days of this sale with buying more spirited than the opening days. Don't fail to profit by the last opportunity of the year to lay in your WHITE NEEDS at a saving Campbell & Co. Big Cash Store, Bloomington, Ind. LOCAL NEWS A son of Wm. Jacobs, east of town, is ill with appendicitis. Miss May Fox, of Bloomington, visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Dr. C. M. Jackson has been called to Bloomington by the illness of her grandfather. H. B. Gentry has some nice city property he would like to trade for 100 acres of land some place. Ruth, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Humphery, has been very sick of indigestion. Andy Stull has gone to Columbus, his former home, to spend a week with his mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Humphery and daughters Ruth and Mabel, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dean May at Clear Creek, over Sunday. RED MEN To Give Banquet. The Red Men are arranging to give a banquet to-morrow night at the Hall. They will have some good speeches and the band will furnish some music. (News Special Correspondent.) Mrs. Martin East was the guest of her brother Glovie Bartlett, in Bedford Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cutright spent Tuesday in Bloomington. Miss Grace Hainey spent Wednesday night with Miss Lilly Deckard, at Mt Ebal. Mrs. Joe Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mallicoat were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Conner, Wednesday. Mrs. J. G. Fogle has recovered from a severe attack of grippe. Mrs. Pink Zike and daughter Daisy, were the guests of Mrs. Hainey and daughters Thursday afternoon. Rev. Fred Reynolds has taken up his work as pastor of the Solsberrv M. E. circuit. Mr. Solomon Huffman has returned from a visit of several weeks with relatives in Illinois. John Cutright has resigned his position at the National Quarry and is now employed at the Oolitic, Henry Bast will take charge of the derrick which Cutright has been running at the National. Tom Deckard, the well known farmer has traded his farm for a grain elevator, coal and lumber yard near Danville, Ill. He intends to move soon after his sale March 3rd. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at Public Auction at my residence 2 1/2 miles southeast of Smithvlle, on Thursday March 3rd. 1901. Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following personal property, Horses, Hogs, Cattle, Farming Implements, Hay Corn and other articles not herein mentioned. Terms of Sale. All sums of $5.00 and under, cash in hand, all sums over $5.00, a credit of 7 months will be given without interest if paid at maturity, if not paid at maturity 8 per cent Interest, from date of sale will be charged, purchaser giving bankable note. All property to remain on premises until notes are made. T. M. DECKARD, R. H. Rice, Auctioneer. A. D. CHAMBERS. Secures Good Government Position. A. D.Chambers, better known as "Denny" Chambers, has been appointed deputy postmaster at Bedford, and has moved his family there and commenced work Monday morning. Mr. Chambers was, one of the largest and well to do land owners of this part of the county, but invested in the telephone business, which proved to be an unprofitable investment, and his two farms and some three or four thousand dollars in money was lost. He then took up school teaching and was a teacher in the Harrodsburg schools and resigned last Friday to take up his new duties at Bedford. Mrs. Harry Tell, of Clear Creek, gave a turkey dinner Sunday in honor of her 51st. birthday. The day was pleasantly spent in jokes and singing. At 12 o'clock prompt the dining table fairly groaned with good things to eat, Mrs. Tell received many nice and useful pres ents. All departed wishing her I many more happy birthdays. Those present were: Mrs. Caroline Stewart of Bedford, and Mrs. Matilda Mar-[missing text], of Guthrie, sisters of Mrs. Tell. Mr. and Mrs. David Hunter, of Scotland, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Tell and daughter Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vaughn and daughter Mabel, of Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Tell and son Wilson, Ralph Girard, of Chicago and Wm. McMurphy' of Osgood, Ind. Lew Ellis, of Washington Ind is the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Edith Bowers. CLEAR CREEK Last week when the weather was so cold most everydody was out of coal, and they found it very cold hustling around to get coal to keep their families from getting cold. Charlie Martin and family visited friends in Bloomipgton Sunday. Miss Pearl Robinson spent Sunday . with friends at Ellettsville. _ Miss Vesta Simmons spent Saturday and Sunday at home, she has a position as teacher in English, at North Vernon. Thomas Randall is very sick with lung fever. George Dodd and family spent Monday with Pierce Dodds at Bloomington. Mrs. Stewart, of Oolitic, is spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Tell. Ralph Gariard visited friends at Sanders, Sunday. The Bloomington reporter says "for me to go to H- —" well I have nothing to regret as I "can't get ahead of the Irishman" he'll be there first. Simple Simon 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 19 p m No. 12 Lafayette Accom 3 47 p m South Bound No. 7 Louisville Accom 6 37 a in No. 11 French Lick Accnm 10 42 am No. 41 Local Freight 7 20 a m For time tables, folders and all other information apply co T. Thrasher, Agt. Smilhviile, Indiana. The Bedford strike, still continues with nothing in particular in view. There are hundreds of men out of employment and a number of merchants are on the verge of bankruptcy on account of carrying so many without employment. Unless there is some relief in some way, many will be driven to desperation. Leo McCormick spent Sunday at Harrodsburg.
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|Title||Smithville News 1910-02-25|
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