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Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - July 6, 1900, Advance, Indiana ^Ál? •il Devoted To The Interööt Of Advance and Surrounding: Go SUBSCRIPTION 75g I\ YEP P. ^ NO. 36. ADVANCE, INDIANA, FRIDAY JULY 6, 1900. ORTH Ri^v. Kiiotti!^ will preach his farewell sermon at Providence the second Sunday in July. Mr. and Mra, Swisher visited friendH at Darlington Monday. Mr. Frank Beck made a businesH tri]) to Crawfordn-ville Monday. Then^ will bf' an i(>e cream NOTICE. All persons knowin^r them-selveH indebted to tlif^fii iu of Ailes Bros, will })lease call at the store of C. L. Airhart & Co and settle. If we should not be there ourselves our books will, and any of the firm of C. L. Airhart & Co. will act for us. Please attend to this without us having to a«k to asK you personally, we The ma.n who advertises is • -looked iii>-oii as the om- who ! ' TV ' iJS.L.'.or is <-loin«r business: pcopl«^ ] nv-! fer to df'al with the merchant | voters i-r.d ov.iiht tol^o deprlv-ed Hupper sr.ven bv tl,emeiabprs| have our mouey. of the M. R: Chunh tliei lie«pectfnll,v Your«. Ailes Bros. fourth night in July. Mr. Carl Loop, of Indianapolis is visiting friends and relatives here before stating for Chicago to study law. Miss Susan Darnel and her grand son. Arthur visi ted relatives in Jamestown Sat^-diiv. NOTICE. Our books are left at the elevator with Wall Bros. All knowing themselves in debt to us will please call and settle by cash or note. Yager ^ Martin. The new.s of the dav is iiot cal- who is not afraid to let them know what he has in stock or what his prices are. They Imve learned that the advertiser does not try to fill his establisliment with would be customers only to send them away disappointed and angry because of misrpreesent-jition. Tlie public has learned that ad\ ertisers do not buy ispace in newspaper for the mere fun of telling fairy stories. and most of all, it lias MIsh Kat.) Hanlvwill start cuint^d to .-^trensthen tlip coiifi- of the ballot. In deciding to serve out his term as governor of New York Col. Roosvelt is following the example-ot Hon. Grover his term wiU expire Jpmuo-y 1, 1901. All honor to Gov. Roosevelt for refusing to try to make a ]>o-Utioal event of bis attendence ut! the Oklahoma Rough Riders reunion. There is a time and a place for everything auu vise is the man who keefw that 1 ict. in mind. Two Indinna fools wiiu f light •1 in to be understood ])y fo]-the Tx>.ssossion of a people <2;enerally tiiat. whei) b»-r i «TMild no iui advertiser lias bav^-añis, bo^te^- t^'-n ki" t^io girJ, wiio any is . ¡ ! Florida Tuesday to spend the rest of the Hummcr. 'i'he horse t.amers were in ! donee of those who are hopinij for the dawn of an era of universa peace. The mix-up in China threatens this neijrhborhood Tuesday distnrbiuee to the v.orid'rt com-breakin^^ colts. m»'rL(-¿ For tJuit reason, if fo to offer, his ad verüseii!. published not in his uni v. but for the bene i ' ■ 1 ,,, ,,,^ 1 -, f'vei'v one who maybi'iv iH ed ! ' ■■ , iìi the thinp:s he mentioTH-d. i Aiíiíl more than all that ■ '»iibiic has 'oiiclnded flNif :nem < ' Ì ew any :nem been y; ':hey \ VK "om- 'e in- inr ri*"» y( -v 'ce i y to '■^o N-w th:vt sow^oa.-'^. ino other: the cívíIíkpíI njitior-! iirc .Tustifindh» in tlKiir deu - r>!- ;-t X»^\t S\]iiday is lie v. .ios- ei)h s re^Liilar apnoiiitment ' * i • ' ' nation to re«toreorder in ( i;iii;i. at ()ld Fis^ral, (thnreh. | Venters for tlin yei- Ah Mr. MeLauj^hlin came in i lo jiressare now innldn/r fab i town hist Thun.dsv morniiiy:! '-ampai-n eont^ií v'j ; his i,(>iiv b.M-anie fri-hteiied va.rh-t« gentium..., ' ni: ^h j , ' 1 1.- t \- 1 writ - W'-rc tvi.'- ■ ! aiKi rnn ua I nine beh)i e he ^ ,,, n • tre;isur!fs ■'.vov.i.l 1 'OverMownig «•oiild «'•et liiíii unfU'r eoTitrcl. r i-.! !i ; ■1 - .iig roc"')^ in (Jh n« nobotiy seems t(i be kicking about their having been sent \i Í ) < writ • Wi'rc tr; tresisurifs -«.vo'.il.l 1 with oac-ili. liucl the political strik-Mr. and Mrs. M. rtin made ers the happie.st men in the coun ¡ihere. Deepdown in the heart of «'Very man ie the opinion that it is the i uporaiive duty of every f'overnii .-Vit lo ]>rotect it's citizens : ndthi'U int<M st.-:, wiienever they iiiny be. Uncle S;ini has f.und time to a business t-ip to Crawfords-' viil ' Tuesday. They are talking peace a.-^ain Mr. L<)V<- of ^\■]) it (>s ville the Philippinen, und it Jookt aK though it would go thn ugh thi." I'd friends • Snuda V. iiud I'ointives tiuK^ The yrinciplo ob^tach HPems to he to decido whut .shall Mi'. Mills ;md dau.ii-hters.be d(»ne with tho. Friiir.-j and .M'-s. Davis aiid Mni'v Bow-, their property, in in w(*nt to Crawfoi-dsvilh'; The booming man for nominato buy ihe eiir])et for the tion for Vice I?i esident who was chui'ch. I once a leading «mdidate for Prs- ident is an •exemplification of , the rapid changes in ix)litical cu r-trip to Illmois to spend the ! rest ( the summer i o i. j * i ^ I Somebody seems to have have Tie' above items were received : made the mistake of suppo.ning t ,o hit. for publication last week ^^^^ ^ ^^^ hundred foreign ma- Mr. (). Price madea flying K jd-Tfs, of Congressional notoriety, hn.s been found guilty of unlawful <ohabitation by u Utah jury and fined |150. rinescffuld liok thousands of fanatical Chinese. Result, loss of-good b.'ood and the acquirement of eonie knowledge. ootli oi wbicb iniiicted with a revival of the industry of ]V['n-ufacturing news. Politicians nc ^-ig'^t to to throw ston?s at v c^^vn ".cv saying no when they yo,-. The porcelain-lined bath tub of Gen. Niles wasn't in the s.'^ 'vo class of luxuries with the gelu-reinind H'o Sultan of Turkey of'trimmed bath tub that has eoen his failur«'to settle those Amer- put in-to the President's Caa-ican miss (marv claims. ton resident. i A'- ;; .^TÍN J- JL .r-x L H or , 'Cv - > ; UAVE ORDERS LI .Jo '^03. D¡Í::3 " ADUAMGE,
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