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Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - November 2, 1900, Advance, Indiana ^ THE HUSTLER. Devoted to the Interest of Advance and Snrroundiiig: Community. SUBSCRIPTION 75g /V YE/VR. NO. 1 ADVANCE, INDIANA, FRIDAY NOV. 2,1900. VOL. 2. ©E.E1 A. H. YAGER. FOR BlacksmithinG AND REPAIRING. WOODWORK DONE TO ORDER. < OAL FOR SALE f von wuut the hfst sha\'e HOT TIME IN OLD TOWN HALLOWEEN Everybody had a good time and tore up GhftS MlU^r -¿-^^micrw^ rv^vi1 Ti^ie iie.'itcst hair cnttin<2r out. tlie town in general. j ^^^ f<.rEshl nms Laundry 1 , I - c • f 11 ^ , 1 ^ Shop in soiith end Ae you all Know, \\ediies- years. A «>reat many were!or rainfall prevented lot« I day night was halloween ui)on the streets disguised | fun and drove home the raid-1 ^ ^ llVMilTOX )f at : night and peo])le usualy I and ready to maKe any tun|ers at an early hour. ^Ad vaiuV?. t real N^Rseasenof T OWE8T PRIC'ES^ know what to expect for this; that would add to the enjoy- j everybody seemed to have i\ ^yE _ ^ ^ night, he who ie out on mis- nient of the evening. As far !good time. Thosewhocould : chief bent. Ghas. D, Orear Lawyer. Lebanon, Indiana. Rooms 1 and - Neal Block No exceptions as we have heard no damage;not satisfy themselves here can be made to Advance; was done to property but i this time for more devilment;simply things to try the pat-was done than haebc^ii done ience of he who hath a tem- in one night for several per. Continuous showers Thursday. and near about went to st^k other quarters to do their devilment. The work came EAR NOSE AND THROAT, oes general )>r;iciice and examines eyes and fits suitableixlassesfor same. OBITUARY. LOCA I^ IS EWS. When In To.,n Make Your-; John McDaniel, who l-m<l been Threewit 4 Wvii. oop have! Owing to the fart that we Self At Home At Tlie .. helpless with paralysis the piist, , , ,. " , . .i , " . „ , , r njr^JZr^ fou^ear«, puLd peacefullt a^i^«««^^'^^^ partnership nnd i want to give alHarmers who ; ^ U.i^.HSXOeT C^nop. .^^e homeof his dau^diter Wyncoo]) now has con- ; desire a chance to husk their ! Yourwill ismy pleu'^uie. ; the east partof town, Tuesday trol of the meat shop. ! ci op of corn and pick from! Hair Cutting a SiHx ialty. ' ni/iht at 10:30. The deceased crowd passed j it the choicest eai s, we have | Thursdiiy ! decided to wait until a later ^ 1 . Ì i morning going to James-ito make a decision as to Mwr. Ac^mt Fr.v Indiana With his parents when: t . i i n • • o" T . in Ids early teens, to Montp.m town to see W m. Jennings | who shall be wmner m the Elite Steam Laundry. | ,„unty,wl.ere tliey loc ated,a ' lii-yan. few milef^ west oi Parkersburi,% Wednesday evening in which neighborhood he found ^^^^^^ ^^ y g^j ^^^ his wife—Marv Jane Jauies. .... . r\ . , . . ^ _ bride s parents, (arey Denny After the birth ot two children ; , „ ^ , he and family moved to a iarm ^^^^iÌ ^^^^^ in Hendricks county, in nbout ; were quietly married in the the year 18tjy' and in the year j presence of only a' few inti-1S72 he moved to North Salem | mate friends and relatives. AT LAW AND jq-O-i«^^ ^^®^^"^' A i^ep^ion'^was ^ven. th^ ' ness, which business he remain- ^ the ha'.-Wness thorughly. They ed in there until the fall of'/4,' j i r i " . , 1 . T ^ : loween marauders and more are Irom Lebanon, when he moved to Jamestown j racket than wes made <-onld i Uarshbarger for photos. D FARMS FOE SALE. OREAB Brothers. amestown Ind. "" - • ----------— vV iai ge rn Fine lint' of Toilets, Colie Dand j was born in Montgomery county here ruff C'urt'-best in the world. :Ky.,Oct. 13, 1^31, He came to, o-oino- Lora iGlaine Prop. J. C. SMITH TABY PUBLIC. ADVANCE, IND; Hustler Corn Contest. The Mason Coon Town show was in town Thui'sday night. Martin & Downes hav completed three jobs of cement work in this town and a glance at the work shows A 3ISI Hon. S. M. Ralston, Lebanon addressed the ¿W.SMMai.Lasley, Dyspepsia Cure ; itnd took charge of a drug stoi e he purchased here,iii which bus- ^^^^^ ^^^ ' inesHhe has bee«engaged in up ^vas satisfied. to the time of his disabilitv ex- FOR SALK—Five Poland, , , . ^ , , ^ , ceptmg about one year,at which China male pigs ready for this <-o in mat.y QptlCanS and Dealers time he had disposed of his sioro use. Price Reasonable. ; ^^^ Mens Hall hxstjj^ James Sheva. Tuesday evening and a large; ^^^ . -- crowd was in at tendance. | f f ftt'CllGS«^ This same niuht having sold it. Previous to the saleofois business his st(.»re was destroyed by lire. He was the ialher of eight ciiildreii, two Digests what you eat. ItarUficiiillydiK'ests the food and aid« liuture in MronptUuiir^i acd reoon- of whom survive him- Judson etructlng iho exhausted dlgostl^TO o^ McDaniei and T.izzie Olinhant. giiD.s. IL is the lat^tdiBCovcrc cldigest- / . ant and ionic. 5o other proparatlon : He was a member of the C hnst- can appn-ach it in offlcieucy. It I»- ian chuich for many vears. »itantly relieves and pormancntlycaree / ii" , Dyspepsia, Indl^'estlon, Ueartburn, bhort services were held at the iaalnlen«-e Slc)mach, the house today (last Fridav) Sick ana . , , f , alloLlierresulusof iuiperfectdigostlon. at 1 o clock, after which the re- FrW9<k-.u»d«. main« Were inferred in the Ful- Kuull sir-c. B»K>«aU;i.L)OUtayhpi-psi;iu<:i.uca irM Prepared by E. c DewiTT A CO., Chicago, ien cemeter}'.—JamestownPress Henry R. Prichard, a minister of Avide reputatisn one of the most unique and beloved men in the religious history oi Indiana died sud-n , , , easilv as tiu denly .Saturday at Chester- field, near Anderson. Rev. Prichard shomewasat 2007 Harslibarger takes photos North Senate avenue, hid-' En^due for S.,le titir; ianapolis. s same niglit being; ••shower night"' the amount! of corn that was thro>Yii i could not be estimated very j ground was i Clocks and a kinds of Jewelry aadS »äi.»' Li's :i ¡> Li-.-;iiti. S i .u ui:l t'C. f ,1 hnii'iii . .losiU'ii a HORTICULTURAL GRAPHIC ARTS, FORESTRY Al\!D MINES BUILDINGS AT BUFFALO. PA! l'I FUL Ana o PREVENTIVE ínp FEMALE TÄE£GU1.AR7.T1ES. Are Safe nnci Re!;-.bin. gg," Pcrfgcil-f Hsrri'.fa Purelv Vcfe- ublel Never FaiU PniCESl-OO Sent postpaid cn receipt of 7 TIC!. Money rsiuncJed if not as we ' • v'ln ca CiüclioPA Co. t>es Mciase, Iowa. i ( yr«<i>*Ur pr«cmr«d. OB KO rSE. Rend modtl. fk«t«h,J (•r^tefcrfrMrtn^aa r«Wnl»büitT. Brxik "HowV ^ iloOktfctmir.». MUTormfii F^lent.f■aa<lT^l.de-M!lrk^■•W JL'fMS. y^trwt terme fv.-r to InTfutom.^ ^fArar* LAVTSM OP I» YEARS' PRACTICE. ^ » 20^ minv OOah fcSio»* .--tic ^ptf^M. lloArrat« I PATEHTS PROCURED THTOUBH THEM. Svaud »4via(i. t'iiithiul( .•JO tin: oÍMirve« (I) ^U^C. A. SNOW & CO.^ PATENT LAWYERS, ; Chip. U. Piteiit Office, RASHiNfiTON, D. C Copvnj;hi. Ji»<);j, l.y ttii- l'aii-A.'m riran K.vposition ( i,. x .\t the raii-Aiueric.-xn Kxposiikm. whloh is to be la-Ul iu Huffalo from May 1 to Nov. 1. r.M)l. tlu> Hortirultural biiildinj;, f('«'t 8<iuHrp. is ihuiked on the Koulh by the Ton'Stry and Miut's and on th« north by tlie Oraphlc Arts buildiiivrs. »-acb l.">0 fcrt stjuan*. Thi» whole ;:roi;|i is connected by arcadi's, forininy a Keniicirciilar court. In which will stand the "P'oiintaln ol' the Seasons." Tlie Horticultural buildini; will be al)out 240 feet hiifh. The Graphic Arts and Forestry and ^Hnes bulldiuRf! are comimnion structures of the siime size and style, having four corner towers. Two colored compositions above the eavteru entrance of the Horticultural building will represent Ceres, goddess of tin harvest, iu a chariot drawn by tiiree lions, led l»y Flora and Primavera. Has Jaiiiestowii dentist? Yes. vV'iiat is liis name? Dr. O.iiJ.oteveson. Where did he graduate? At the Indiana Dental College. I Where is his office? i Opposite Phenix hot'l. Beni. Johns- Experien-Deed AUCTIONEER- Rate.'"., 50 c.-nts hundred. Woilv" ivuarauüt^ic'd. Füll iiifoi'iiKition at this office. FIRE INSURANCE. Strong'cst ( onii)iinies Prompt Adjustiiii'iits Ueasonable Ibit^'S '^jFor pun Part;culars AddrcssT"^ Chas. L. Harri Crawfordsville, Ind Joel Block.
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