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   Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - November 1, 1899, Advance, Indiana                                 THE ADVANCE HUSTLER  VOL. 1  ADVANCE, INDIANA, NOVEMBER 1, 1899.  NO. L  REMEMBER  Fred KauifmannJI  The American Tailor.  For Custom Made ¡; I G-arnieiits. Per-i feet Fit G-uarant'd.  { SEE LOCALAGENT  I - W M . ROSS.  CBEETimi.  n  <rO TO ^  Kind Readers:—It is our pleasure to greet you and present you with this, the first copj^ of our little journal, Advance Hustler This paper is presented for the interest of Advance and vicinity and nothing is printed that is not calculated to interest or instruct.  Would be glad to see you take an interest in your home paper and will be pleased to hand you extra copies for your friends.  We aim to make friends and try  I a * S to please all by being uniformally  \ II H ^ ! polite, prompt and acomodating  ^ fli. ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^  > To get your liorses | Honest Treatment to one and AH"  " shod and repairing ji , Pnntmii has been our favorite  o ^ j desn-e for some time and at last  done. All kinds of I Woodwork done to | order.  ohceingand Plov/ \Vork  < c s pec I à i L y. All work i s j  < Oi!3i<iT.tccci aril! pi iccs ncisciiabic. % .-".t ^^üU) Gtrccí Crossi,  S^./». WW^ W ■ ^VW AAA.^  Lora i.  ì  Jj  'nii:  AI.L T  iCu'  liAiii ( r  - i" S'l ^'LKS XG DON!'; ) (>r'CK.  ^ SatisfactionGucrant'ed Aíicní For Eiite  vre liave made the start and we liope by 3'oiir patronagi." and favor to bo able to continue the business We hope to give you the best nnd most entertaining news and p'.cüsc you as far as wo cun. Would lie glad t<>ha\ (' all friends call al our oliict^ ;ind will sliow \-on oui- cslablislimi'nt. w We aslv our readers to talco a  I  è <'ji;iii'and comc^ U]) to tlio family J, table and ]'oad cari fully all v.'e ^ ^ liavc to say. Xot^'oui' roasona'olo and s}>c c:al j^rices in anoliier col-I i unni. Cjiisidor car, fally tho ^ itiK^ matte:- aiid if yon can afford to miss lilis ,<4raiidoìì]v,)rt\:u-  Heat Surprise.  Invited guest.s to the number of about thirty assembled and com pletelv surprised ]Mrs W. D. Leap Sunday Oct. This was not a birtlulay surprise but a general good time. Those present tluit l)art(,^ok of the many good eatables were Dave Koimey andv^-ife Jno. ^Veldon and vrife. Win Derai and family; Chas. Miller and wife Elmer Vanarsdall and family, Lo-ra McClaine and Vviie, Ora Beaver, 0!'a ]\IcDaniel, Misses Helen Rogers, Carrie Ross and Myrtle Knov. Loula aaid Stella Sullivan  I^.Irs oa.rah Higgins, I^.irs . Charnli'-rlain and son, R:;y, GrajiV Smith and dauirlitor.  ^Ima :Mrs  k New Mm  S Also  S Steam Lanndry.  It v.  Yoi¡i-s Truly, OÌ:A INJCDANIKJ..  ^ All Vvork {ir.araiiii'cd.  fOP COURSE I  > / make Shoes and Soots <  > and shoes, repair all f  > kinds of leaiher goods  > and am a woodworkman ^  > and vehicle painter. ^  > ivork thourcuchlyguar-$ antoed......  IJA.KE WATEHR.  >  C"UT-  1J  \ I iU  i i  Barbe;- Work. Z Agent for the Di-I aiiiond La^undry. Best in tlie State.  . Vf- A r/ LL. .  vi-^s-iii ;  The editor oi the Hiistler was boni (me iiiili! soutli of Ca.son on Aug. hi, in a_ iTiited, lavo  roomlog cabin. He a>tt'.-nded tho common scliocls ai Casoii initil 11' yea.rs of ag'\ wlìan bis pareiits movi'd vj ar Ath an -e. The re-inaliid-i' (;f bis odrta'ioii was ro-;-e!\'cd at Advaiii'e, witli the ex-( ■.■|iiion oi two winters, wliero he in'a.dua.tedv in oommi ii b.rancla s at the ii^'c of L^i, ur.dor the insti iKlions fro]!! Ci'istler. liebegius bis lìiAv CiK-ation of t th^' age of wiihout e bi;i as il;.-s:ì \ ing goes ••Wh.'Ve t!i"i';>"s a, v;ili 'lìièiv's a way", s') Ile will ( nilcaA'or 1o uis-<-harge bis daty to the h,.(>Nt of bis abili!  A liv w lodge, The Coming Àien ofAiüerioa, has recnitly oi-gan-izod herewith seven chai tt r iii'ein-bers. Thry liold forth, every Tuesday night and tiie.lodg*' is des-iuned i(>r l)oysonly-from li^to I'H) yeai's i.ld.  Tlie i;i-mborship thus f;ir includes.Chas.Kav.Pi'os. Leo Whoi ley, Vic - Pi-es. C^ h'. ^Ic Daniel, Sec. Fradih- S]):irl-:s, Troa.s. Sumner Owviis, Director. Roy Melson. Speaker. Leo Owens Sentinel. Cha..-. L>oan, Physicia.n.  Description OÍ Âdvance  Advance is situated 10 miles south of Lebancm, (m theC. & S. E. Ry., is .') miles north of Jamestown, 7 miles northeast of New Ross and 4 miles south of Cason.  Tli(^ town is surrounded by some of the most fertile soil in the state and will raise all kinds of grain adai^ted to this latitude. We have ul)out ;iOO populatiini and many of our citizens and business men are genuine hustlers. They are doing aJl the good they can for the tov/n and with such men to back it Advance has great hopes for tho future.  We have blacksmith shops, I woodwork and paint sliop, 1 liver}' stable, 1 meat market, 3 barber sho])s, ij grocery and dry goods stores, r(\sturants, 1 furniture store, - drug stores, - hard-v>'ia'o st(~)res, (levators, saw and tile mill, lawoftico, jewolry repair-in', 4 doctors, 1 saloon several car]i)i-ntors, bride mason, well digg(-rs and drill(M s, house mov-(^rs, carpet weH\'oi's. millineiy and clotliing dopartiui'iits also 3 churches, (i secret organizations and a stocl'T and g'l'a.in market to bo equaled by none of the small-o>r towns. Yes, you should come to Ad va nci^ either to loaf or locate.  Tlve for ye  V\'(M']. 1  Tila  a.rs  Tli >] eon ; he Siili Lh '  hii-gest hog v^-eig-hod here r.i's v.'as bong]it hero last ;y Sherat inid ]5owman. rig v.as lilile past tv.'o ye-I a^id w; i-'.'hetl T.'iit pounds. has(^ wasinadi' of Cüd-v.'litc:! sliO'Ws that ^Ir.  a Í3Í1; hij:^ ch ah.  p.  DEATH.  Sam Vails, aged .">6, living 4 miles west of town died almost suddenly at six oclock in the forenoon of Oct. I'lst. Funeral at Providence by liro. Cornelius Airhart. Burial at Beckville.  "iiiess.  11 H.M.Piltonger was tho first e ; jìorson to plank* downth(>ca,sh a.iul ^ ; say h(> wantiHl the 1 luslh:]', You ^ ' ma vh'iioAvth.at hi> v.'as aaixious to  t-' : ir<'t tli»3 i)ai)ei  lie subscri!).<d c.a-c^' tw- » for.'tîîe first oihtion \v,  start  T- V, 1- .  , > e ; ■ 1 \ (h.ie.  The ([riostioi!, '"How do you  expect  to i)ubilsh a. nev.-s});i]ier when you neviT ;u'd any ex])e]"ienco in that line .''"" V. as asked of tho editor the other da.y. 'Tis true, hov;ever, that «.v> vievcj- worl-red in a news ]ia]>er < fiice a minato in our life, and vei\N>'lightly a"qrahited with Job ]ii eaiin-;- l)ut Vi'üai follow waln^^ 1 o.L'o is ]>ii)l)atbly what he will snceeod best at. We have a,lw;;;.'.; ,vork(Ml on a. faaan andwill nov« l!;,' and handle some type j witii I !'■•, a v.']-'V-. aci'd and clumsv  Pie Supper.  The pie supper at the Ballard school house on the night of Oct. '2i 'th was a succ(^ss tinancially and v^-as most largely attended.  The names up for the prettiest aii'l were Irena Emmert, Roxie Wells; Ruth Vöries, Dottie Emmert, Ella Golliday, Grace Davis, Bernice Harting and Lessie Ray.  Miss Wells received the ring by over ^U. Miss Ray being in close ead wtth over ^10.  Clias. Wells recei^'ed a box of cigars for being the ugliest man.  A barrel of hard cider not far away and a fistic combat were some of thi' unadvertised features of tho occa.sion. Over ^oO was (d eared.  )r  > We have a itili line ^ i of C jgu' S, Tobacco < Í Gai Lcics Co Canned : '> G-ocds and le&tnr- I I out süT)i3Íies. Ï  i Lunch át all hours. | I GrZdAl^T SMITH, lit:,.;  This hind (4' (■DUi'agerü'.'rA î ,)iio. hhir'ln  fi'i  o t'  ' 'H'  ' IS gi'.'at -iui;iis]ii r. } J was next.  fi'ú  Ihig-;' ^ in ti ;  tw>li.  haixl i;  ti-iK'O  nea¡-  Ad ha. iui t;[  X SUiiSCRîBE r on THÍ; HUSTLEn, A  The C. S. E. Ky. will siv)ii move ii- iiia'-'hiiie sho}:>s i'roui Lah.lAO'i [O r eii-'i - ,  ieg e'-eei i;;;,^- a \vat(^J' sta-ti(m here. Secaadd tli 'y decide to do so a ! "-'i; Avih probably bi' ])ut u]) to fill tho taaik witli inste-a.d of usinu' an eniiine,  liian and woiiuui a: ted on the b(,'t-• ■ ia(id; r and hy aiid lievei'i'aihng ])a-:Ve suci acded in getting i(r|>. 'ìMìis v'av, ?\ov. I, i,hu'e Olii' i':;oî <-nthe 1<.)W-Md by iiai'il lai)o:' (lor we hat iab^a- iv-th" saiue . r a;.!riiii hindiiess, pat-• hon, sty atuc^ ih(.' ¡leoples AOÎI1. iiL and Support, wo  Our Typo.  Ore." Typo, the cdi trirs only bro-tlier, (4iaa-l(>s, is 17 years of a.ge and is ¡)r(>i)ably tlio best composer in the state for his ago andexper-i!ni; e. Hc^ admired the trade of r'l'ie'ing at tho aigo of 10 and se-eiu-ed a 15cent ruhher typ(> outfit, later he sc'aui'od a 3 hand inking press a.nd iha.t whole outtiit wa^s woi'th about ii^J. The next  or sv a; c kn.a,. thii;;; . a iena ' an  eiicouia, _ __ _ .............  wish io advan-e step by step and | piTclnise was a ()X<) Baltimorean day b,/ day mivil wi;en v.'i3 hav(! i hand^iress and outfit. He still rcael^ dsrifiieient height and look I tiiat outfit and small job  bach . -i oi;i.ihst attenipt that the ¡n'intinii will be executed on that worle, say. .'-W (di d(..ne good ' ^ow with a new and full  and i aiihfui servants, come up equipmentof printing; material he  another stop"'.  will give composers a close run.  c -.ji^u-j.. la   

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