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   Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - October 19, 1900, Advance, Indiana                                 See Our Stoves Before LOCiVLSl Tlie  Season^ îîew ross.  Piirelmsiiig  We are  genuine p. d.  Elsewhere.  agents for the beckwith  ^o^}ï]à Oak StoVes.  i . L. Airliart c^ Coiiipain  AihH'J()boi i.-.ouocan lab.'lsi JQ QN i School be-aü Monday. There  lortoniatoos has iiist b.n-i) com- ^ ' ! good attendance,  j.li't.'d for the .lohn P. S.-rviroi \\ li.v not ,uvt r.j) nil opem; Cantons returned from  Company, at this oiiic-'. This <"<>in]»;iiiy ;it Advance. i Richmond, Va. Tuesday,  entire Job \vas run out on a No. h;l vo pb-iity of lioo'I tah^lit Ceo. Saniord and wife are i;! l>aUimor(vin hand ]hvss. hor<';nul coiil(i inako several visiting in Indianapolis this week COMINC- ."ii >l)!)l. }vh)ntc7Aima eiiio val ile <>veiiiiio s tilis wiu- There was an Old Soldier'«s Re-flour lit Sullivan Le i]) & Dean, t\,r the p!'()])le of Advaiice union at the Fair Crounda» Wed-  Buy your flour wliih^ you can ;nid <-oiniinniit v. have ^ : ■  -et it atthu'old }uicel\ S. allso;^^,,^,, Tom Bronough wa^s in Pitts-  head (juartej's fdj' shoes- Sulli\'an '' Leap A: Dean.  All wool seliool suits ol.i'O to ■lollhnir st(.>re.  \V<' 1ì;nm1 is soineoiio to plisli^ it alonj^-. and we can liave somethilm- instruct i v(^a.s Avelli  boro ^Monday.  Oscar Imel has returned from  Muncie.  iisainnsive ior the  Bessie Coiliday is visiting rel-\ onng ativesiiear Darlington this week.  YES SIR!  PTJRITY KJ^OUR is manufactured by the l aíillíti,ir Co,  of whitestown, ind. for sale in adyance.  >1,  N Vol .¡;n!ii'st own.  Now is a -ood- time to ]>eo])le oí Ad vallee. We cotlld , excursion to  000000000(^<UKUUHKHHM . gravoi your sidewalks before organizo a troupe nnd ].re-. Ilh Sunday.  will [er cOules,  1Î Da \ s to i rade wil h ( has.  K. .M  el lailie. Not \\ i( h.Sl;llldil!g tlii^  can get tlioni and jirodnct  ti william george  Si lire I'o," 1'are 1 )rngs and Snadries. l'a. i eat .M' di'-ìiM'^ .-iUil S(>a]is. I'aiais and < 1'resci'ipi ions a ad l'aniii\- Ke.-eipes Carc-¡ail>' i lied. ! ie;¡i!.¡!; ¡a-'el-SiSriu .()! Sllp]lii<»s.  iò'ì  vó  rc-  V vi CfC'  i a -  si I'lii't ions gì ven ont^ 1>\' the hoar'i oí h"alt ii. some fev«- oí oar ci Î i/.ens !iav(-' iai]:'d lo eiean 11]) 1 h"ir j)!'oj)erty as li!'.;,- shonìd.  \v'c aì'.'iiinìaedìy lia V(» t wo  ìaN' Sei;()<ils in tilis town soar' one wil iienergy oaoivi .pad in a. I : e]!d,;nee. ¡aienr- io li-y. 1 am joìiaind c!\l!eeii()n to any \ ery t ruly yonrs.  seii<ds in a tiiwii t!i<^ size oí ("lias. l'^irh)Vv".  Advance. Ljìsi Sanday tl^e riiristia,!! Sunday school had an atten(lanc(^ of SD and  ])a>re ;¡ j>iay ea.cli month dwv- Carl Smith transacted business  ingthe w inUM' season and at Crawloj-dsville Tuesday,  why JH)t do it. (rood.moral. ClydeJones, of I^idoga, was  liiimeron-« and sentimental here Tuesday.  l)lays are adways in demand candy man, wiu, here a.nd ne\-er fail to mei't a]»pr()\'ad »)! t-Iie peoj)le.  ■ Tuesday. i^y^^, Tlioi'e were a fewv from tliis  play at Ca-  iheni 'A iîli the v( ry hest eal.  Howling thaa we ca.n  tad-  pluce attended the d(;ga Monday night. They re-})oj'ied it tine.  Rev. Reader tilled hisappoint-uieiit a', tlie Al.E.church Sunday '' 3Iiss Toodit. Hul't leturno'.l liome frcjtii Advance Sunday  AVullace liai'ri.s is v;orking in in the Isarber shop with Hankins  >o  Si <-ollectionoi dòc. A re])ort theSliilo school has not been  j '>¡ lys 1 \Vi > j lii'Ct ■ Í wool ) elothin  ' .hauestowji.  ■hooi suit store,  !1  Hl-OtlieX'S. || ivceivec  McClain was at Leb- ^'^''^''-  AMNOUMGEMEMTS-  Thdi-r ;his heiKiinz \\ill ih.-oui- all the aiinuunceiiieuts .Mm wish topubliab. 1)0 not let your church, lotliie or institution i he ll(J,^'l^-•ct<,•tl hut report iinmediately. All iohlison Meath has pnr-iiotlces under this heading will be imb-  |chas<'d pi-op(>rty of N'inson  ed IVoe'.  vîîsi  anon Monday. Chas. Mcdaine little bov  Try the new firm of  lìmmìì k wfiiSKOop  We keep a nice clean  line of Fresh, Dried^^^^ ].retty;  ana Salted meats on hands ar, all hours, badly bnrned Tuesday . ^  Fresh butter bought a.nd ^oid:walking throttgh a bed |JVSD6DSI£l vUTB  dieve ther<'wati some ' " . . .  Digests what you eat.  It artificijilly digests the food and aids I of the season will take idace  Dodd w ho has Ixn^n ' iu strengtheuing aod reoon-; . ,, .  i;o(i(i WHO lias "f < n , ^^^ ^ ^^^ Davis gT()v<'. near  wotkinti' in the Hoorieston. gaus. ltistbehite»^tdiscovereddig^t- q^wMMit..Avt. M/.f  ^ . , autand tonic. No other preparaUon iilOintown, Uct. o. l)ei\\een  asiles fire, lîov  Hon. wm, j. Bryan wili _;s[)eakat Lebanon Oct. 4, 7 ' [>111.  a Democrat rally will be held at Lebanon Oct, d.  a k<'ptiblican rally w ill be held at Jamestown Oct, 4th. The o])eningioT)tball game  fwni, HEBE.  at the same old stand selling good goods at reasonable prices. Give me a share of your patronage. A child gets good weights andmeasures as older people. See me for in-o]»eiiy io Dan Whiteman.  lil. (\annin,Li- factory arrive<l can approach it in efiiciency. It in- .¿i FrMnk-fr^rtTi«r<.i-< -wui flu. , . litantly relievesandpermanentlycuresi^^^^ ^  home Sunday. Dyspopsia, Indigestion, Het^tburn, : Thorntowii team. (iaiUie to  be ealled at ]». in.  i Flntuleuce, Soor Stomacii, Ktu .. Ilenr\' Kei-noiile will teach ' Sick Headache,Gastmlgla,Cramps and ■ ,, . , ,-ill other results of imperfect digestloa.  SCOOl at -Max tnis winter. Prl;-« Kud si. Lariro6lzecont!ilii8 2\i »Sj»«B  siOAllsiec. Boci nil aboutdyspep»lumailodiroe  llenr\" rrazierhas sold his Prepared by E.C.DcWITT&CO.. Chicago.  School Supplies.  Yonrs truly,  JOSEPH HUOS.  c  la^  T  ff V  ^ 1  i ame.  TABULES  it  ind.  {»-ompMy procured, OA MO FS£. ßeod model, ikctafa A  or ptuit-o far trao report on pateutabiliu-. Book "How^ »oObtiiBU.». »nd Toi«ifnPateoM»ndTiado-M»rks," FBSE. y»iT»«t term» evcT ofI«red to inTcntor». PATEKT WLWTKRB OP 36 TEAa»' PEACTICE-i  20.001 PATENTS PROCURED THROUGH THEM. ,  AH biuiseaa «ooUdcntikl. Soand advioe, Fkithful K^nric«. Uoder»ta «tardea.  ^rc. A. SNOW & CO.j  PATENT LAWYERS,  0pp. U. S. Patent Office, WASHINGTON, 0. i.}  for maiikiiid  WANTF.D —A case of hsd heslth t'.at R-I'P'A'N'S will cot beaefit. They banish pain and proloDj; lite. CJkie give» relref. Notf the word K I P A'N S on the pack»ge and iKcept BO substiluie. R-J PA'N'S lo for j cents, may be had at any drug store. Ten aamples and «oe (houxand teslimoDuhi will be mailed to any addres« (or fi»» cenu. forwarded lo the Kipant Ctieiliical Co., No. lo Spract Street, New York.  •lessjc Smith has ])ni-chase(l I'x'iford Mahoney".»- ])ro])erty \V.\.\Ti:i)— 100 ton of j»nm|»kinH l!ie Advance; Cannin<¿'Co. |  Al Midline of Sa.m])h\s of| Domestic Calendars ready' for voiii'inspection at thisj oliice. ( all and tíe^í them Ixs ' foi-e c)rderin<.i'. j  W. Ya}i,-er, of Indianap-1 : olis, was siiakinjr hands with | old friends here tlie first of |  < ¡Cross  ! Three Stiibebaker wa<z'ons:a|» : w(a-e sold to Wilkes Warrick, | I ftllSy |.]oe AJiiler and lînd 'h>nes|p;ijg I this week bv L. Airliart ® ' ■ 'Co.  I  ! (\ L. Aiihart & ai-e PRlCE$l.oO  |])nttino- 11}) a wind mill for pr^e.^l.^'Ìrre^^^^^^^^ Mat Mai'tin near Lebanon this we(^k.  j A liryan Club was oi'iz-an-! — |i/ed at(^a80iiTliesdaV lli^ht.i When In Town Make Your-' larov crowd and a rousin- j ■ • • ■ ^elf At Homo At Tlie.. .. ha.'eting was reported by ^ O.KBarber ShOp. I Cornelius Aii'liart, who was : Your will is my ¡one of the sp(\akei-s. Next Monday and Tiiesda y  FOh  Suppress^;] MenstrLQiion  PAINFUL Menstruation  Ana a PREVENT1V13 for  FEMALE -  ^RREGULAKITIES.  Are Safe and Reliable, gag" Perfectly Harinless  ■ ^^ Purely Vege-* tablet Never  t^ FaiU  School be^ii'an ^londay.  Kev. (Joodwin, onr new pastor, pn^ached here Sun.  FranK Kobbins and James Hurt took two loads of hay to Indianapolis one day last week.  w.h.Xay and dau<>liters. Conia and Ethel, went to the State Fair Friday.  John McConuhay is movine- to Beckville. Mr.Collins will move in the house vacated by McConuhay.  imll James has his house completed.  im de Mona Co.  Des Moines, Iowa.  Joseph Brothers,  L W. KIRTLEY  Lebanon, Indiana.  Painless Extraction of Teeth  GRANT SMITH  has a restaurant  Harley Olipbaut of C'ville will preach at the Ba])tist church. Service at night also Rev. liuchananand Jones, wll be in attendance also.  Fine  Hair Cuttin'-i" u SjHH'iaUy.  Fine hn(^ oiToih>ts, Coke Dand-1 ^^fOCk tliat nieritS ruft' Cure-htist in tlio world. Also Airent For  Elite Steam Laundry.  Lora HcLaine Prop.  your patronage. Candies, Cigars Etc.   

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