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Clinton Plaindealer (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Clinton, Indiana wmm ¡Mpppppj The Clinton Plaindealer A HOMK NKWSFAPEB BT HOME PEOPLE. By CHARLES H. VAUGHN. CLINTON, INDUNA, JUNE 6. 1907. VOLUME 2. NO. 24 ■r \ PURE ICECREAM Rich Ice Cream Delicious Ice Cream Come to White's and get the best ice cream in Clinton. We're Getting Boastful All right; but you taste the Velvet lee Cream made at White's. You'll shut up or boast also. It is Ice Cream Worth Talking About WHITE'S Pharmacy CLINTON'S GREATEST DRUG STORE THEY GOT THEIRS West Terre Haute Were an Easy Mark for Us. Our Trolleys easily defeated the West Terre Haute Trolleys here last Sunday by a score of 7 to 1. Clinton won by heavy hitting. The attandancc was only fair, as the weather and mud kept many away. Below we give the score and summary: Score by Innings. Clinton......0 2005000—7 West T. H. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 (» 0—1 Summary. Two-base hits—Truitt. W. Hargrove, G. Hargrove, Hudson. Three-base Viiu—Sehlensker, Base on balls—OtT Hickman, 2; oil Skel-ton, 4. Struck out—By Hickman, 0 ; by Ski ton, 2. Passed balls-Jacobs, 1. Hiv by pitched bcill—"VV. Hargrove. McDonald. Attendance —400. Time of game—l;!"). Umpire—Mcdonald. FIGHTING EDITOR MOVES. Mrs. Nancy Reed Dead. Mrs. Nancy Reed, one of the oldest women in this part of ih(> country, died at her home near St. Ber-nice last Saturday evening. She had been an invalid and confined to her bed for six years. She was a woman of strong character and an influential church worker. She was the wife of the lato David Reed, who settlod near St. Bernice when it was nothing but a wilderness. The old couple have a very large number of descendants in Helt township, and the funeral was largely attended. Perrysville Blue Pencil Man Comes to Clinton. A dispatch from Perrysville under date of June 4 states that R. S. Osborn has leased the Perrysville "Blue Pencil" to L. W. Morgan and B. L. Graham, who will continue to edit the paper. Osborn will go to Clinton, where he will form a partnership with L. O. Bishop of the Clinton Argus. Osborn is known throughout the western part of Ijtdiana as "the fighting editor." He has been editor of the Blue Pencil for the past three yeai-s, coming from Cayuga to Perrysville, During that time he has had some (brain) stormy times. He took up the temperance cause two years ago and waged war against the liquor trafiic, causing a great deal of ill feeling against him in that township. His sanctum was bombarded with bullets and rocks on two occasions, but that did not cause him to cease fighting. Mr. Osborn claims the distinction of being the originator of the "blind tiger" idea, which became a law at the meeting of the last legislature. A BIG BOOM For Clinton is Now on the Way. The Miami Coal Co., which is one of the^ largest and strongest coal companies in the country, have leased 1000 acres of land three miles southwest of Clinton and are now making large preparations to put down several shafts. This company have been operating several mines in Clay county and are strong and financially reliable, so that there can be no mistake in regard to the stability of this new and welcome enterprise for Clinton. The Plain-dealer is close to the press hour at this writing, so will have to cut this good news short. Had Some Bad Luck The drillers for the Blue Ridge Oil & Gas Co., who are sinking a well on the Matthews farm west of town, met with some bad luck Tuesday when the rope broke and let the drill and some of the rope drop to the bottom of the well. They had quite a time fishing out the paraphernelia. They have went down lo5 feet and through the 2nd vein of coal which is about 4 feet and 8 inches thick. The Plaindeal-er wishes them better luck. COUNCIL MET MONDAY NIGHT Been Raininj^ Some Rain, rain, rain the past week or two. The Wabash has slopped over its lianks and invaded the low lands where the catfish swimmeth and feast on the corn that has been planted. The overflow will do thousands of dollars worth of damage to the low land farmers along the ri%-cr. Base Ball, Sunday. A warm one is looked for Sunday next between the Terre Haute Trolleys and the Clinton Trolleys at Morris' park. Game called at 3:45 on account of the decoration exercises of the various lodges. All lovers of the sport, come out and see our Trolleys gime "em theirs. Our boys ai-e still in the Jead and we are going to see to it that they keep handing It to 'em. Entertained. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bogart of Terre Haute gave a dinner Friday evening of last week at the Country Club in conpliment to Susan Meade Strong and Mr. James A. Cooper. Sweet peas were used in the decorations for the tables with candles in candelabra. The place cards were in the form of hearts. And the FoUowlnir Bills Were AI-loWed and Other Business Done The common council met Monday night in regular session with Marshall V. Robb, president of the council, acting in the absence of mayor Lowry, who is confined to his home with illness. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted by the council. A representative of the Terre Haute Traction and Light Co., asked for an option on the excavating and concrete work under ties, etc. The council granted. The following bills were allowed: Elijah Lowry, sewer.......$50.00 Levi Marshall, sewer....... 49.00 L.B, Anderson, cityengineer 75.00 C. H. Vaughn, printing.. .. 12.50 T. L. Kibby, meals........ 5. GO Sam Black, hauling........ 1.50 Robt Lyday, cemetery..... 1.80 Wm Vaughn, " .. ...... 1.80 James Butcher, "......... 1.80 Henry Seward, "......... 4.50 J. Workman, feed......... 3.00 C.B.Harrison, streets.... 2.20 Wylie Evans, fire House... 25.67 C. L. & Power Co ..... 220.50 II 11 11 If II ............7.20 Geo MeFee, work city hall. .50 David Reed, police......... 70.00 Brisco Harrison "......... GO. 00 Harry Vannest "......... 60.00 A. J. Hayes "......... 54.00 W. Foncannon, " ........ 60.00 Ed Lindsay, "......... 2.00 John White, fire house..... 55.00 Hays & Balmer, work...... 50.00 Postage stamps. Clerk, .... 1.50 Ind. Road Scraper Co..... 200.00 There were two or three communications of no importance read. A special meeting was announced for June 10, to hear the bids read for the Main street paving which will probably be decided. There was some discussion on the needs and advantages of extending water mains down to the south part of the city to where most needed. L. E. Marvel was elected as a member of the school board, to succeed Jas H. Wilson, whose time expires August 1, 1D07. There was some talk on street grading, which was left to the street committee for investigation. Applications for liquor license were granted to the following persons: James Harrrison, Dominick Strazabosco, Modesto Stefant, John Pesavento, Andrew Buffo, Mike Mosk, Wladislaw Peitroff and 3ratt Rodegherio. Council then adjourned. SPECIAL SALE -OF- FARM IMPLEMENTS, 3 WEEKS ONLY Deere Edge Drop Corn Planters.................. qO Moline Grechen Planters............................. 33 00 Puritan Listers with subsoil........................ 17 GO Dutch Uncle Riding Cultivators................. 25 00 Klondike Riding Cdltivators........................ 25 00 Elk Riding Cultivators.............................. 23 00 Brown Riding Cultivators........................... 28 00 3-Section Heavy Closed End Land Rollers...... 26 00 Moline Disc Cultivators.............................. 33 00 Walking Cultivators from $12.00 to.............. 19 50 Garden Cultivators from $3.00 to.................. 5 00 10-Foo'f3-Section Harrow........................... 11 CO Double and Single Shovel Plows.................... 2 50 Great Snake Disc Cultivator........................ 15 00 11-Tooth Garden Harrow, one-horse............................5 00 80 Rods Check Row Wire......................................................3 00 Hoosier Double Corn Drill......................................................15 00 Hoosier Single Com Drill......................................................12 00 REMEMBER, THESE ARE STANDARD GOODS. THE KIND YOU CAN GET REPAIRS FOR IN ANY TOWN. HOOSIEK PDMPS "THEY DONT NEED FIXIN . ' Harlan <& Hîggîns Watch This Space Next Week. SODA DAYS i HERE AND SO IS SODA. OUR FOUNTAIN is a popular point of interest these days. The season is fairly opened and there is no reason why it should not be the most successful we have ever had. Our service will be up-to-date in every respect. Our soda will be a marvel of purity and as delicious as it is pure. For our ice cream soda and sundaes we shall provide a superior frade of ice cream, and with it shall serve the nest fresh or preserved fruits and syrup that can be obtained. Our menu will include about seventy-five beverages or sundaes—all different kinds of good. A Happy Reunion. Glad was the heart made of Mrs. Sarah E. Thomas, when recently her brother, Wm. Hale of Nebraska, whom she had not seen in 52 years, and Henry L. Donham of Misouri, whom she had not seen in 34 years, dropped in on her and great was the meeting. The old folks had a nice visit together and recalled the good old days when they were boys and girls together long before the war. To say that Mrs. Thomas was pleased would be putting it mild. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will hold decoi-ation services next Sunday afternoon. Old Residenters Here Yisitin^f Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Perrin and Mrs. A. E. Scribner, all of Marshall, Mich., arrived in Clinton this morning on a visit to old friends and relatives. Mrs. Perrin was formerly xVIiss Clara Tillotson, a sister ol' County Coiiifriissioner, Geo B. Tillotson. and Mrs. Scribner was formerly Miss Clara Pei--rin. Smallpox at Fairview Smallpox at Fairvie^v Park is the latest exciting news going the rounds on the streets this morning. Frank Shuman, who resides at Fairview has been on a trip down in Texas and arrived home a day or so ago, bringing with him a genuine case of smallpox. Dr. Gerrish is the attending health officer. All the care and precaution is being taken co prevent the disease from spreadir.g-. Not Very Important, if True. Clinton v.ill have a daily i),ip. r of democratic persuasion, which I;. S. Osborn of the Blue Pencil will be launched on the 19 daj of August 1907. It is to be known aa the Daily Argus. Query If Uncle Lute Bishop gets out a u .t'!:-ly paper once a month and Old Bkn can try to get his Pencil out oncp a week, as is now the case, how many daily papers could the twu combined get o\it in the course of a month or two, supposing that they both try real hard during that length of time.—Cayuga Herald. The Clinton Publishing Co., met Monday night and elected officers for^the ensuing year. Consult us About Your Eges On the first day that you can make it convenient. We are able to tell you exactly the condition your eyes are in and how to correct any ailment Let us look into your case. Examination costs you nothing H arger & H ad ley Leading Jewelers and Opticians BONNER-BENCE DRUG CO. ^ FRANi' BENCE^ Ph. G.. Proprietor John G. Campbell III. John G. Campbell, an old and well known citizen, is lying at th e point of death at Lis hem® on West Blackman street. He ie about 79 years old and has been identified with the business interests of Clin, ton for 50 years. As we go to press this (Thursday) afternoon it is reported that he cannot survive but a short time. Mrs. L N. BuUington of Pitti-burg, Pa., Is here visiting friends. She will also visit old friends at Newport. , A Good One Hal McClelluu and Fred Suthpen have opened up a coal yard in this city on Water street between muII-berry and Blackman streets. This is one of the busimesa enterprises that Clinton has long felt the want of, and it will be run and managed on a thorough business t>a8ls. The Presbyterian Sabbath school is preparing a beautiful Praise service for Sunday evening, called "The Children's Hosannas." It is a delightful and instructive program. Let all the parents and clildren be present and have part In this beautiful service of song and praise. SODA Ice Cream and Orangeade WALKER'S DRUG STORE
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