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Advance Hustler (Newspaper) - November 22, 1901, Advance, Indiana ¡- ¡day. Nov. 22. The Rdvanca^Hiistler. 50 CENTS A YEAR. GET READY! Jr^^or the lev T31asts oí Winter AVill Hoon Be TJopn Us. We have interesting prices on sto; es. Heaters from 3.50 to $20 and are choice of the markets. Investijjfate them Our cook stove We sell raiig^es line is complete, as good as any We can fnrnishjdealer in Boone a very desirable wnivfy and can article for from^jnote them at 15.00 to S30.00.i4«.00 to $50.00 They are^ goo<V.,Pati^onize home. We Sell and Recommend Penninsiilar and BockwiMourid Oaks W hen it becomes necessary to lea^^e a warm ing^ we can again keep you warm with on*_ Ouc^line of lap_n>l^s is the wariest lever y^^UL horse with one of our heavy horse blankets. Come anh See and go drlv-lap robes. AIRHART & WHORLEY BROS. Wh^n Lebanon gej.s tlinir electric line Hnd its oitiEt'Uis doing their trading al Indinnn polls, then what will bocouio of our cauBty sc;ifr If thoro i8 no ! objection» the ocunity wcordscan I be moved to Jamestown -that is, j if they don't object over »t Ad- j vane«.—Jaraestowu Nt^ws. Of coiirRC Advanc»! vrould bo glad to havf the county record« but lk»4t is iiBj>OKsible to |fet th«m we will show ourgoneroj^itr and decline from any contest for Hame, should such arise, in fftvcr of our Bister neigliS jy. A. II. Yjì i>er LEADINO BI.ACKSMITH. THE DOES GOOD WOKK IK BOTH IKON AND WOOD. To remove a troubleiioine eoni or bunion; Firet soak the corn or bunion in warm water to.sc»>en iv, then p«re it down as closely as possible without drawiux Mie blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice dai'y; rubbing vigorously ior live minites at each application. A corn plaster should be worn for a few days,to protect it from the ahoe. The Balm is f'ir sale by Joseph Bros, and as a (general liniment for spraiuK, brinses, lameness and rhematlsm, Pain Balm is tin-CM nulled. NOTICE. All perHons iiid^bted to the, firm of Aiiiiat-t.Ailes & VVhor! Ipy will please cttll nnc^ sei-j (lent once. We prefer canhj KottUMuentK, but in « ase you j are not. prepared to pay cai^h ' want your trade at their restaurant. able to j^et nionev on it. W« ttiUHt cloHe our rtcrountH at, ori<^e Mr. Airlmrt is going ' into biiteiness at Koachdale and ili obliged to get bueiiiesi' cloHfMl up h^re. Don't put _ thiK off until we will Imre tu NOW IS THE TIME TO BTTY YOUR COAL pee you perHonally, for this ! ^hILE YOU CAN OET IT AT SUMMER HieanH you, if rou-owe un. Uespeotfully Airhart, Ai&es & Whorley. -—- 1 NOW WHILE YOU CAN BUY RIOHT. A Quality and Quanltty ia j CARLO AD A WEEK. oount^ you f et both at Chas Me- ! j ^ . ^^ » y—^ cuin« 1 rA. ti. YriOtjK* Oni/VIES FÜftGESON, Prompt and Polite Attention. Lay in Yonr f.Q A I.. PRICES. WE ANTICIPATE A RAISE IN THE PRICE OF COAL SOON, SO BUY
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