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Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - November 10, 1899, Advance, Indiana THE ADVANCE HUSTLER VOL. 1 ADVANCE, INDIANA, NOVEMBER lO, 1899. NO. 2. No Snake Story. MARRIAGE. Jake Waters, Frank Jones, Chas McClaine and others were witnesses to a very peculiar case of a chicken not big enough to fry makmg a good-sized lunch on a .snake over a foot long. The circus occured only a few daysago and the men ure reliable and tell this as the truth but th-iy all had the story been told them by some one else they would have doubted it so we will read and believe. Seeing is convincing and as these men were standing in front of Jones' blacksmith shop a chicken was seen in a yard on the opposite side of the street wrestling with the snake and when the chic-k(m undertook to swallow it by the tail the snj'.ke got his dander up and showed tight so the chicken walked off and gazed for a moment at the snake and ¡¡s if se<>ming to say you can't bluff me walked up and after a dog killed tile sn:ike Mr. Chicken prod^'edt d with affairs and linally downed Islr. Snake head tirstand tail last. Th'> chicken then wont off and s;it do .vn undi'r siiaue to cool off after such exertion and later n t le evenirg who n the spectators went to look for the hero it was gone and it is not known Avhetlier the chicken walked off with the snake or the snake crawled off with the chicken. Sunday afternoon at about 4 o'clok, at the residence of Bana Davis, li miles west of town, occured the marriage of Eliga A. Canaday and Nettie E. Buttrey. The ceremony was performed by by Bro. U. C. Brewer of Dan-vill, Ind. in the pre.sence of several friends and relatives. The groom is íU years old and has been living in this community for years. The bride has latelj" came from >Vaveland and since in our midst has made many friends. Her age is 21. They will make their home for the present with the groom's father, Simeon Canaday. The Hustler extends congratulations. Meteoric Shower, It is r!'pi)ited th:it tin-nn teoric shower whicli c/ccui-s only ( Vv-ry oo years will take pLscc (.n the night of >T(A-. 14 alter midniglil. Colleges, slndo n'.s and ];( o:;le all over th(; country ;;re making > -lab;;rate preparations to wi:ne ;.s the event. New Sale Stable. Jno. Caldwell and James Dane-wood have bought a br.ra of Jas. (xolliday and moved it to the lot north of Peffley and Robbins' stable and v.'ill fit it up for a sale barn and probably in c(mnecti(m, add livery service. l^oth are ex])ert horsemen and hi'.ve been buying and selling for years but b.ave never engagedin th(^ busino ss so extensively as they ])reparingto do, If y( u liave a good horse for siile they will siire give you a good ])rice for money cuts no ice with them when they can get the riirht kind of annuals. Â New Attraction. LOOK OUT! Tlî(^ band boys have been making »a i ) reparations for a big ,s>r;]ij su])per but out of fifteen ]i;)>si:n.s wiiieli they had i)ennoKl Ì was, tiiat >'p, 1; ino seajiing i'!'( hi t;. jj' i ( ni it nti'ary i)r<t if thv y ( a;:'t reea^ Ihe gang tlicy v iU ar> (^ntertaininent lliat v. il! iii<'l.:«M"ou laugh a month. Prof. Hovey's young ladies' band and Vitiscopic exhibition was in town Tuesda,y and Wednesday nights and of course it was like all plays it couldn't please all and no one was satisfied. It might do for a ten cent show but when it comes to thirty cents, think of how many good things a person could get to eat and v/hen the whole family goes a man could almost pay his taxes with his admissicm. The viti-scope turned out to be a magic lantern but ;is far as the band i.s concerned the ladies vrere skille d musicians and played long and steady with the greatest ease. Six ladies and one gentlemag leader composed the l:a id, no drums ceingusod. The ladies band was theattradtion for itw:is probably the first ever in toAvn and consequently dre^v a. l:irge crowd Tuesday night, hovrcvi; r tl:is kind oi a trou}) leave several dollars in their path, for they board at hotels and advertise extensivey One good tiling about the show ns a nic.u- or more !>eha\-c d s>"i of ladies a:;d gentie-lii'.Mi sîiTiCj: Advance. All u'( re nea.t, dr('.s:.y aiKl courleo;;s. Till' ]>ri('(^ was too high, thats What Others Say. Advance now has a local newspaper, a four-column folio, published by Ora JMcDaniel, called The Advance Hustler, the first issue of which was put out this week. The subscription price is 25 cents until May 1, lUOO, with the announcement that no subscriptions will be taken farther than that date. The editor states that it has always been his desire to be in the printing business. The first issue .shows an exceedingly'' liberal advertising patronage by Advance merchants. Well we wish Bro. McDaniel success in attaining the ex]ierience he seeks as well as financially. The above is what Bro. Burk-ett of the Jamestown Press has to say in reference to our paper. Bro. Br.rkett is one of our best acquainliinces, as we have contributed, until recently, for his ])aper 1( ng be fore an;l :ifter- ho became the owner of it. A.s t:) our niere/.ants being so liberal in tlr ir advcri ising, shovrs wJiat kind of material our merchants and busim ss men are com-pcjsed of and thc'V are v\'orking to our interest at tlnut. They are glad to get a local paper and have guaranteed all we could ask of them. There are about twenty five enterprises in our town and the Hustler represents almost all of them this week. NOTIGB I carry a complete stock of fresh diugz and choice perfumery, toilet arti-"" cles, paints,oils brashes and in fact everything usually found in a first class Drag: Store. WM. JOSEPH. The initial number of the Advance Hustler greeted us this week. It is a lively sheet and reflects much credit on its youthful publisher, Ora McDaniel. —Thorntown Enterprise. The Advance Hustler is the name of a new paper i)ubli.shedat Advance, this county. It is a four column, four page paper and is edited by Ora McDaniel. It is neatly pi inted and is a good local pap er. — Leba n (.)r Rei h rter. m PATRONIZE putGher 8hop| FOR FRESH MEATS. FOR Vlu Entire SALE! Stock of Mer- Ghandise. Consisting of Fancy and Staple G-ro-ceries. Tinware, Men's Shirts, Hose, Socks, G-loves, Thread, Stationery, Notions and many other items too numerous to mention. I buy for cash and jsell for cash, therefore I can save yon money. I am the only merchant in town who sells the G-ennine Butter milk Baking Powders. Everyboby cordially invited to call in and investigate for themselves. Tii- I'ostinast-rv at Advance, Max ai.^l \Vard - are Tor sub-sci'iption.s for the tiustler. ■ (JetCat Pi'iees on Plîotos iroiii iK^vV uutil Dec. lITt, at Harsh-bai'gers. C H AS. E. 3lcCLAINE.
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