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   Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - July 27, 1900, Advance, Indiana                                 ^ THE HUSTLER. ^  Devoted to The Interest of Advance and Surrounding Community.  SUBSCRIPTION 75g7V YE/VR.  NO. 39.  ADVANCE, INDIANA, FRIDAY JULY 27, 1900.  VOL. 1.  Our Katitat Uttwr.  Dear little Hustler please excuse me ,but I thought I would just lom over and have a little chat with you this pleasant afternoon and so I will just sit down right here by this great big desk and hurriedly tell you something of your dear little boys and their doings away out in Southern Kansas. Well, well they are a happy go lucky set and they wei-e having a Jolly good time this afternoon lounging about reading, carpentering and painting and since dinner is over and my chum cook has stolen awa}' to some silent shade to repose for awliile 1 have un-knownly to tliem sped on sil. ent wings to your quiet nook. Now don't open your eyes so wide and ask "who are vou" for I will tell you before T close, perhaps soine of your Advance peo])le will remember me as the " Honolulu Bill" <i>n one o<-<%Tsioii. Well your boys are all right as the Irish story goes' but some of them ai-e badlv out of re-pair, some need new limbs, some new heads some hearts and in fact some needs an entire new body. Such a general mix up mny make a f^mile steal across your face and should I t^ell you some tales out of school vou need not t^ll any one. Well 1 hardly Know where to begin, but I will begin at the greatest and finish with the least, so that Advance wonder J. V-Ross has adopted the Kan' sas ways and admidst his western «.-areer and success he is giving cake walks with the frontier broncos and now carries a sinned shin, the hum of his coffee mill is a musical sonnd with the litpiid n(jtes of his fire steed as a •I)relude and inletude add much charm to the whis])er-ing zephorb as they float o er the great fields of golden grain. And now then (Charlie Thompson, the Irish coniedi-m\ who still wc^ars his Balar-ney smile with a happy-go lucky air, is now a coni-ipetant ]>rofesK()r in the culi-1 nary de]>artnient of the west-1 ern wheat field #ab, where! the weary do rest and the hungry are fc<l. Ah! sad do I i hate to tell vou the fate of!  pletely lose his head. Well there is Joe—Joe Sturman the man who enjoyi solitude is one of the best hands of J, V/s the itun may shine, the rain may fall and still he remains faithful to duty and ever in place. W^hile Otha Kibby with his head shaved is useful as ornamental and adds much in completing the outfit that is devastating the rich smiles of wealth.  And the last and least is poor little Earl, deeply afflicted with lassie heart trouble put is much improved since he has ap])lied a lotion of duty, judgment and good common sence and I trust he may growtobe his own man.  Now dont you go to scolding I told you I would not stay long and by the way of explanaliion I am none other than,  Kansas Joe.  Don't whip a horse when he sttimUeAor slides. Stumbling i« often the fault of badslfoeing, and for this the owner of coarse is to blame, and not the animal. Skying is a relic of the wild state of the horse, end one that receives a lash from the whip when he eweifves aside suddenly from some imaginary danger or strange object will be only the -mroe timid, nervouct and ex citable when he again encounters an object that creates endden a-larm.-^ Thorntown Argus.  The family of Edgar Denny desire to thank, through these columns, all their friends and neighboiis, for the kindness recently shown thenx.  The ^^die game" Club of Lebanon passed through here Saturday on a freight train enroute to the Shades. From the amount of racket they made if they were dying at all they were surely dying game.  Prom tiie number of ticKet« m the field and the good men heading them, one could .surely vote his sentiments tliis fall. Take your choice.  Republican. /  President-Wm. McKinley, Ohio»  Vice President-Theo. Roosevelt, New York.  Democratic.  President-W. J. Bryan, Nebraska.  Vice President-Adli E- Stevenson, Illinois.  Peoqles Party(Middle-of-Road) P reeident-Wharton Barker, Pa. Vice President-Ignatius Donnelly, Minnesota.  Peoples )jarty (Fusion.) Presideiit-W. J. Bryan, Nebraska.  Vice President-chas. A- Towne, Minne.sota.  Social Democrat«. President -Eugene V. Debs, Indiana.  Vice President -Job Harriman, California.  Prohibition. President--John G. Woolley, Illinois.  Vice President--Henry B. Met-calf, Rhode Island.  United Christian. President -Rev. S. C. Swallow, Pennsylvania.  Vice President-Jno. G. Woolly Illinois.  I DeLeon Sorialiat.  I Presibent--Joseph F. Maloney, I Massachusetts.  Vice President--Valentine Re-mill, Pennsylvania.  Silver Republicans. President--W. J. Bryan, Nebraska.  Vice President--Adli E.Stevenson, Illinois.  Eusebius (pronounced you-see-by-us) who lived in the third century wa«called "TheFather of Church History." He is also the patron saint of our Optical Department; and every .spectacle in our store store calls his name to some one of the many poor victims of eye trouble "you-see by-usi you see by us"I  W.S.aQdLulaH.Lasley  Opticans & Jewelers.  OBITUMRY,  date Smith, he still (^xists ill i Bowman and Miss  body bnt nlis(-iit ill spirit and Frankie Duncan were married n s he f'V<pi(Mitly sits forget- at the home of the bride, Sunday'  ut ñ:4ll by C. Li.  ful of duty, the whistle niiiy blow, the belts they may fly and the wheels may stop but 8till he dreams on. Tell 8ome one in Advance not to U8e red ant in letter writing or the dear little boy will com-  afternoon Airhart.  The young couple will live with the groom's father for th e present at any rate  Congratulations from the H. are "extended to Mr Bowman and wife.  Maiy, the little daug:hter of Edward and Ollie Denny, died Thurrday morning July 19, after only a few days sickness. She was cared for by tender hands, doing all they could for her. She was loved and petted by all who Knew her. She leaves a fatlier, mother, grandparents and a host of friends to mourn her loss. She is only one more who has gone on before to join the angels and .sing around the great white throne.  This lovely bud so vdiin;; and luir, Called iWuce by early doom,  Jii».t OHiue tonhow how »weet u flower In I'araditie would Uloom.  E'er since could liarm or sorrow t^ide, Deulh cunie with friendly care.  The opening bud to Ueavbu conveyed, \iid bade it iiloHHom there.  Interment in the old Mt- Zion ceiretry. Eld. Hamilton con-ducthig services.  --A Friend.  Mary Ester, was born, Janu-aay, 23 lb98,wa» 2yr. ;» mo. and 24 dayqiold. Th* band playtd a ueautiltil selection at the house and led th© procession as far as the rail road there the boys divided. lines, until the procession passed. ,  LOCAL NEWS.  [CoBtribu)ed by a local resident.]  Chad. McClaine and wife were in Kokomo Tuesday.  Honest Nelson came in Saturday with 27 head of Colorado horses which may be seen on John Heath's farm.  A. C. Threldkeld was in Lebanon Wednesday IooSRk after the interest of a s^ which will take place soon.  Ora Beaver's three sisters paid him a visit at the restaurant Tuesday.  Clarence Melson will take a pleasure trip to New York Look at Whitsett's fine crop of tomatoes, soon.  Pay close attention to the ads in the paper this week.  Quite a crowd of young folks attended church at Union Sunday eve.  Dr. Shields had a verv busy day, Saturday.^  Pete Stephens and Sidney Riggens was in town Tuesday on business.  Airhart & Co. sold and put up a wind mill for Eli Brown Tuesday.  Alvy Threldkeld purchased a new wagon Tuesday.  Henry Canada and wife spent Sunday with B. F. Jones and wife.  George Joseph while on his way home from Lebanon Tuesdav with a load of fur-nature was caught in the rain and slightly damaged it.  Jake Waters was in North Salem Tuesday on business.  Don't forget the band concert and bicvcle race Satur-day eve.  Willie Caldwell, one of our busiiiesH, but now in business ill Clark's Hill, was hi Indianapolis Monday.  Chas. Lee, of Lebanon was here Monday.  A show troupe drove in nere Tuesday eve and on account of not getting the hall did not show.  The mill hands are all idle tiiis week for the first time this summer.  The late rains Imve damaged the oat (irop to some extent.  Thomas Shera and wife sj)cnt a few days in Nobles-villes this week fishing.  Jim (irey had his barn painted this week.  All ice Kincaid has gone back to Tom Shera'sto work again,  Johnce Nicely drove to Dover Tuesday on business.  Ghas. D. Oreai Lawyer.  Lebanon, Indiani  Rooms 1 and 2 Neal Block  L W.^4<  Lebanon, Indiani  Painless Extraction of Teeth]  ORA BERVER  Dealer in  Fine Candies,  Choice Cigars, Best Tobaccos,  Cold Dnnks, all Re sturant Sup-TDiiesand the celebrated Ballard's Ice  Cream.  Advance, Indiana.  Chas. Miller.  Bf\RB&R  Shop moved one door south of where I have been located.  AGENT FOR EISHLEMAN'S LAUNDRY,  GRANT SMITH  has a restavirant stock that merits your patronage. Candies, Cigars Etc.  When In Town Make Yonr-....Self At Honte At The....  G.KBarber Shop.  Your will is my plea«iure. Pine  Hair Cutting a Specialty. Fine line of Toilete, Coke Dandruff Cure-best in the world. Also Agent For  Elite Steam Laundry.  B^GrO To"^ A. H. YAaER.  FOR  BlacksmithinG  AND  Woodw.orK.  Advance Indiana.  Read the Hustler  iwriîii'iiiii'.   

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