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   Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - August 31, 1900, Advance, Indiana                                 THE HUSTLER.  Devoted to The Interest of Advance and Surrounding Community  subscription 75g f\ VE/VR.  NO. 44.  Al)VANCE, INDIANA, FRIDAY AUG. 31, 1900.  YOL. L  The New York Dry Goods Store.  1 have new goods coming in  for machinery; in the department of machinery a medal for factory machinery, and also  Geo. M. Gomlßy ä Bro.  Funeral Directos's.  LEBf\NON, IND-  Oltice TI ion.' X(». I-'ii'.  silver "nd bj'onze medals in other  most every day. Goods that have i |  style and durability and that can't Tlie International juries of the ^  be equalled iu the country  • <|uality, taking price in considera- No. 201S. Lebanon St., opposite M. E. Clinrch.  tion. Big values hitched to  • 11 * J M triumph for America.  prices have always drawn trade in addition to ^^inning tin . a andwillci>ntinuetodrawmetrade^ ^^^^^ theGwuiMedais ami mo  ■y.T • J. 11 francs, the single highest ¡nvard  Nowj-ast come over and take a look. A look will convince you that you can  fet the proper thing at the proper price carry nothing but DRY GrOODS and give that my careful attention and can supply your needs. When in my store remember I have one of the most complete MILLINERY departments in the state. Investigate it. Our new styles in sailors are selling rapidly.  for binders, was won easily by the McCormicK Binder at th" field ti-ial at Coulonimievs ou July IV«. against all comers  Miller's New Resturant  ;He;\(l(iii;n-ters foi-  ^candies, cigars, tobaccos, Ball-This is the greatest and niost ard's ìcc crcaui aud resturant  iSXlSlo^ul" supplies. TOM MILLER,  Iiidiaiiapolis.Iiu]. Ani--. 2.", U)(H)  Ad\'ance, Ind. !  Aug, ]9'H'. When In Town Make Your----.........•  WARNER KESSLER, Jamestown, Ind. i ,vrite to infovmof the tTi^ misi O.KBarber Shop.  . _ and nci.irhbors tor tlieir kindness j y^ur will is my pleasure. Pine  IClv iiwl 1111 iM tli c.li/^MT'n nc ii-i < in I"  Hair Cutting a Sp(K-ialty. Rne line of Toilets, Coke Dand -  FIRE INSURANCE.  Strongest ( '(inipjiijies Pi'oiiijtt Adjnstineiits Ileas« )itaiile iiatt's  ^For F"ll Particulars Address"'  Ohas. L. Harris Crawfordsville. Ind  ■ lo.'l Block.  M \ T^Ii TTT ■ ^^^ ^lc('oi'init-K and sympathy shownnsm our  AJJ T AoM Jii MAIIjVIjI ! niacllilie at Pai'is. wliicli was irr<>at bereavement and sad Joss.  Stock. 1 1- i' 1 XI 1 • (/V Oh: what inspiration of hne.  Hol-s....... ...... ''' ^^^ what aspirations it kindles with-  ' leading" ])a}»prB of the ]n'ili<-i- in 1 lie tioubled breast, to  ;].al<-itiesofthe world, and the hands of hwincr friends and  nWriw.^t i^vu-n . i<M'l the magnatism that can only  Hi^dicst maik.t piK C. , ai)l>par in from a lovin-friend or an  ..................i:tilers.  Kve'. '  Oats................  Ghas  D,  Lawvei.  Ducks  Lebanon, Indiana.  Knorns 1 ;i!j(l 1' Xeai Bhifk  GRANT SMITH  has a resiaiifaiit stock !hat tncnts > our patroua^'c. Candies, Cij^ars FAv.  G-o To A. H. YAGER.  FOH  31acksmithinG  AND  WO  , ...________ Xo other partofthe humble Christian.  . , Words of cheer to the troui>led  ^victory e(inals tliat <>t the, oases in the  .... -JUc. I^J,],] ti-ijils at C()Ulonini<M's. dest-rt sands. Words of hope to Poultry Et... .on tl,. hi^h.s, ^tiur oi  Cliickens Iter ii>............. 7c. ])rize.—the ji'old medal and time are like anchors to the  Oon .......................2o() francs This trial was ships tossed on the billowy  UUl .Butter......................ll'c. . deep. They awaken new de.sires  Turkeys......................r-()ndnctedl).ytliedei)artnient uftupthe saddened brow and  Ginfse.......................-c. of the Seine and beinii; }i,ov- ^ives courage to him who would  . .Tic. i .. . - - . 1 ^ faitliful to the end. ____________________________________________ i ^^ninientai and th^ Lxpositi- ^^  On ])ein<j:,'a ^"overnnient <'n- fri(mds and neighbors w^e would  rOTTS S(^nOOI. ternrlse. it was expectedtliat fgrateful  ' , ^ - E.M.Smith and family.  IIOI^SE all niaclunes shown at tlie ----------------------------  ex])osition wonhl lie on liand ORTHt  ; to compete. Tlie De^Tin-ma- improvinir.  Severallrom this i>lace attend-hroni^ht to the snhth moved . lumse  .■d <"onference lust week. field, bllt the cro]) was in for Edd Huffman tlie tirst of the  Jolai Mount called on Herbertit did week. ^  Hot enter The -■.i^iwwi imii Mr. Andy Stom'made acall «m  rutf Cure-best in the world. Also Agent For  Elite Steam Laundry.  Lora McLaine Prop.  IveguJaa- meeting day Pleasant View nextSundav.  Chas. Miller.  ^lop moved oue door soirth of where I have'teeii^eateSi  AGENT FOR EISHLEMANS LAUNDRY.  oi)poi-t niiit  vas the best that eonld 1  Edd Huffman Thursday evening  lialver Sunday .  AVilliam 3Iount was cliosen as i ne ue.-i i...... .Eversou is imijroving  a delegate to the County Sunday found anywhere in tlie world lus farm by building a new barn.  Scliool <:oiiV(^nt\(m which was for some of onr conn)e1 itors Mr. O. S. Bowman and family  hvld at Lebanon Tuesday.  CeorgePricehaspurrhaseda to have demonstrated th<'  lu.'AV corn i)inder. AVilliam Baker  were in Crawfordsville Saturday  Albert LicMausrhlin visited  and familv  fact. Theini y wascomposed : fnends near V»liitestown Sun-of eminent men ami  ........................ .  ha\e gone to Kust Countv lor a . | Jerry Higgins made a V)usi-  visit. ' was notlun.ii-wantin.ii-<'xce/.t j.e^s ^j.jp tH) Jamestown Satur-  MavandMvrtieMountattend-^-^»"^-''^^' somelday.  .-(1 the Ccmnty Sunday School onr competitors who talk Convention at L^ebanon Tuesday h)nd three tiionsaild miles evening. away.  Yonrs trnh'.  llfv. Dic'kett preiichfd liere Snn'lay and Suii'lay iii^'^lit.  Sam Alkiiib went to Munoie last Tuesday.  ( lay MeCoiinaiihay and wife of Jen-niiiL^s .•miutv are visitin:: bure.  A party of youiiir people from here wgul 1(1 Sugar'creek lisiung Wednesday.  Frank Hiestand and wife. .James Uoark and wife went to Cliieago the lirct of the week.  Henrv Shirrel is biiildiui un implement anil {irain barn. A Mr. shelburn is doing the work.  I.ast Friday niirlit tliieves broke into the store of ^anl Atkins and took many articles inehiding the money drawer.  John MeConnauhay has sold his property to Mr. Collins, east of here, and will move this fall.  I he Irish potato (."has. Wyncooi) raised weifihed one pound aud a <iuarter instead  McCormick Wins  Tlu! McCormick H;i.rvestinir  Advance  VF7  . w. k!r  DENTIST .  :y  There will be ft cemetry meeting at Old Pisgah church , the tii'st Saturday in September "I/*  foi" the ]iurpo.se of laying more | Stella May Smith, a bright! grounds, all come that are inter-i and intelligent and highly re-W IT ini ested. ! spected young lady died of con-  W .H.Dillman. ^liiford Higgings and Jolin sumjUion at her home North of i\ Dale made a trip to Crawiords-; town Aug., :i4-lHU0. She was  Pntnam fadeless Dves Saturday. iburied Aug., 26 at Do  ver. Eld. W.G . Higgins iiaving charge of the funeral and Walter  .p, .. , Corv acting as undertaker. Aged  I here wi Ibe u.eeting at Old ^ f,,,,,,,^jis and days.  ^ . ■ , --------- L-i.gahne.Kt Sunday. I In the bloom of vouth she leaves  W.S. cV: I.nla .M. I.asley are Miss Lillie Bowman and Ada |^ut thoughts of hei-  Indiana. Company of Chic-ago. ^o sunli-ht. washhl-and Albert Lasley and family took  For sale b\- Smitl< dhmer witli Billie Mills Sunday.  rni>])in^'. Melson cV' Co.  Lebanon,  Painless Exti-acli«ai of Teetli  has been awarded the ]ui:^es at Pai'is. This is tlie liighest avv'ard .  Tile McCormicIc Company also i-cc('i\<'d ¡he higlu'st awai'd, a goKl medal, on bindei- twine, for the, su}>ei-ior <imihtv ofits})ro-  duct. Siiecial t^^iue■ u.acliinery t lieii', visited iri<^nds near Fort Red  Indiana. ^ from the celebra1-ed McCorm ck liiiih jirafle ¡(nvelry.  i twine mills was exliibite<l to tlie  e-radnated optica,ns and will -l^lt» Bowman ^ j.,^lie lu«arts of  7 ^ A\ednesday altetnoon. I her many associates,  test yonr eyes in>e. Ihewd- ; Mr. Pete Roberts and familv  T.F.Burris brought a tine sam Saturday and Sunday. ipl«' <>f phnnsto this officeyester-  Mr. Geo. Basley and wife visi- ! day. Dr. Shields will beat Hi', ted Albert T^asley Saturday and j Jctf Hudson luis li'corn harvesters and 4 shi'edder due him. Jake Waters M ill soon move  ^.iury ami awarded a medal. Thnrsdav to Sunday,  i TheMc(\)rmicks]iavereceiv(d ^ innisdav ro ^ j  I , , , r 1 S-itni-il-i Sent C» 7 iiiid S F. Bown}an bought a driving  .\</il< th('lartrest iuiiiib<n-()i awards, as • «.aiiU'^. ^  -, . - horse of Marion Stewart Satur-  Onr bonks are left at t lie '  elevator with Wall P>r()s. All I knowiliLL'1 liemsel ves in debt  K.A.Canada, Dode McMnl- day.  Ceo. Swisher lost a tine mare |  to all^' Amei'icaii <'.\-/,i}>ito]'. In  .addition to the Grand Prize .m Ike Kiiolish. John Shelly ^ ^  machines and (¡old Medal on and Nathan Graybill ai>c Tuesday, to ns will ].lease call and s<'t-i,.,,.,. received two'prospecting- in P.rown Co.  medal« in the department of. Harshbarger takes cabinet | Yager A: su])erionty in ^i^^t.d photos for per dozen, ^^^ ' "  to North Salem to engage in the I painting business.  tie' bv cijsli (jr note.  As we lock  onr forms we on  forming medals int(^ special jjarts Examine bis beautiful samples. s])aoe.  Smith Cox, of Leljanon passed through here yt^sterday with a couple of captured men suppos-(¿d to be the burglars of Adkin's store at Max.   

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