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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - March 11, 1902, Bloomington, Indiana Ujj of Deal with the e makers flirt oct and Bamfo. Dpi with us Etc. M oar whirl we Romlow a Yowhn or Ariizu a firm to Chat own to a tag themes Eldell Bis to can Rte it Tam la �?�vti7 to nor of Ite of entry. We quote to Bune rate to prov lat to would give to to Olfer my a tort mint to it room Bow. Whip of tar pore Haw save two protts so. We a a Irisy. Farsjo Willi in a a a r it ii Rte to u a. L9lit>iiicnt Iru Iii . For too 0� to ibo Oad Otter Bono of of Tombu. Wulw for oar Avo Lulu Hihn Coll of la Wildi to Dow Otbo the Bosson Carrm psf Nokia. Ote., Tot Bavo Bis Sroy i. Doat wait Dpi Yoor need la Moro pc ans Willolo Tea and lib to the Eai Alonsoo by you for future a. The Colum in Samime a a no Matt co. Cd Isrom 0. . To 77t. ,m�.p.0.l�il4. Wii loto. To. Boisr Burpee s i mail you get your Money s Worth in the by in sods that grow and Yoa have your cd oboe of ran Novatin for 1901. A Liili cannot be Lead Ebe a where. Write to idly a postal cud we do for oar Complete Cal Dofine a Fec to All who intend to pm liase seeds. A w. Atlee impede amp co. again Nade a raid upon Clear Creek last Niflot from Friday daily the Little torn of Clear Creek three Miles South of the City was visited by robbers again last night. The thieves secured an Entrance to the general store of g. M. John son through a rear door and ran a amp a cd the building. They made away with $30 Worth of Clover seed and if they secured anything else it has not been missed. They also visited the Vilice of the Clear Creek Stone company and stole the Telephone Box. No Clew to the guilty parties. It will be remembered that the Post office and the Dillman store at Clear Creek were robbed the first of the comes next. The Monon has just completed the prettiest depot on the Road. It is at Lafayette and a Brief description of the new building is As follows the general waiting room is finished in Light Green Burlap being used on the Walls. The ceiling will for the present remain the color of the so Many Eair that is stubborn and Dull. It won t grow. What s the reason hair needs help just As anything else does at times. The roots require feeding. When hair stops Grovling it loses its Luster. It Looi amps dead. We Nair visor tots almost instantly on such hair. It awakens new life in the hair bulbs. The effect is astonishing. Your hair grows a clones thicker and All Dandruff is removed. And the original color of Early life is restored to faded or Gray heir. This is Al it a ays the Case. Of a total. A a inv Zlotta. Quot i a Ira to avar s if nor vigor am Reaty fms Ltd Imam <1 it i a a a a it l it liar a i Ino u kit i it tii liar Fruin Contie out. It i till Siosi topic Itsvo tried ail Ulii Uuttu to comments it to Ziy Fri Mattie , be it. 24, use. I Turling Ion n. C. If Tim Nalitt to Fiu Ihn Tinc flt trn Exi it a ctr a Froid tic use at the hair i Fig Onui inc v it Fot a it mgt it i. Add eat kit. J. C. Aver. Lawell Aias. The ladies and gentlemen s rooms off the general waiting room Are finished in Burlap painted yellow As Are the closets off these rooms. The ticket office in the Center of the general waiting room is the most convenient. It is finished m Green Burlap. The baggage room is at the South end of the depot and the Walls and ceiling of this room Are finished in Oak. A Monon official has said that this depot was the pet of or. Mcdoel and nothing would be left undone to make it attractive. The building will be heated by a hot water system and the Plant has already been installed. Electricity will be used for lighting meet to select Nev Coutv Central commit teen vaccination order causes trouble. The school Auttano Rutits of Terre haute decided they would comply with a Rule of the City Board of health and exclude a vaccinated children from school but yesterday about forty a vaccinated pupils reported at school and the principal after Reading to them the exclusion order permitted them to take their places in the respective classes. This action on Bis part was by the advice on the Board of health which did not like the idea of using Force to eject the pupils. This condition of affairs exists because among the parents of pupils of this school there Are Many who Are anti vac nation its. They have employed lawyers to take the matter into the courts should their children be excluded from school. A is Isham id favor of our Stone the Washington correspondent of the Indiana Solis Sentinel says Secretary of the Treasury Shaw prefers Indiana Limestone for the Indianapolis Public building and he intends to take part in the selection of the material. This the news resulting from the conference which congressman Miers bad with him today. The subject was discussed at length and details of Tho conversation were not made Public. Three Public buildings were constructed in Iowa of Indiana Stone during governor Shaw s regime and he then made a thorough and satisfactory investigation of the Stone. It i am convinced Quot said or. Miera it that or. Shaw intends to give our Stone a fair trial in the completion and that All things else being equal Indiana Stone will be Wiio Sale prices Houseni. Our general Ca Logue quotes them. Send 15c to partly pay postage or express age and Well a end you one. It has 1100 pages 17,000 illustrations and quotes prices on nearly 70,000 things that you eat and use and Wear. We constantly carry in Stock All articles Quot tid. Ward a Eoj the Host gun of the democratic Campaign was fired the afternoon before an immense crowd of the faithful in the court House. A Large number of prominent republicans were present to witness the old article of genuine Harmony. County chairman r. H. Hast called the convention to order and stated that the very Best men from each township would be selected to form the new Central committee. Hon. Seymour Riddle was unanimously selected As permanent chairman. He said he a glad to see this Early interest manifested by the democrats of Monroe county As this is the Best time in the history of the party for an aggressive and successful fight. The Republican party As at present organized offers no Hope or Promise to the great mass of people of this great Republic of ours. They do not believe in legislation for the people. They never have had Faith in the millions. No National party can Long be in Power who does not have Confidence in the mass of people of this great Republic. At one time the Republican party stood for a Good principle but now it stands for nothing great or pure. The democratic party represents the direct opposite views. It believes in Liberty and Equality with special privileges to none and with these principles succeed. The time has come when the taxpayers will see that the Republican party is not their Friend. The Republican party believes in imperialism denies the fundamental Faith that All just Laws derive their Powers from the consent of the governed. They want to give some ship subsidy or some private Benefit to special classes. The democratic party is opposed to tariffs or special subsidies for the Benefit of private . Or. Riddle closed by showing the Republican on the protective Tariff and said the protected interests sell their products in foreign countries cheaper than they do at Home. On motion of John d. Morgan Oscar Cravens of the world courier and h. J. Felt soothe Star were chosen secretaries. On motion of John w. Cravens the voters from the various townships retired to select their precinct committeemen and report to the Roget a Pran Bise an Indianapolis dispatch says that the Indianapolis Southern Railroad will probably to granted a franchise this afternoon. All the conditions have been complied with by the company with a few new ones added follows the shops of the company shall be locate Ted in Indianapolis. If the company refuse to elevate its tracks when the Board orders the Board reserves authority to have the work done Atid collect from Tho company. This can Only be done when All other companies Are compelled to elevate their tracks however. A rate of not to exceed one half a cent a ton a mile for carrying Coal to Indianapolis from the Southern Indiana Coal Fields is fixed. The company says the Fields Are about seventy Miles from Indianapolis so this will make the rate about 35 cents. Other conditions such As Tho Deposit of $25,000 to insure the construction of the Road in five years and the forfeit of All rights unless All the conditions of the franchise arc complied with have been name is sprung in Consec Tina with chairman ship of democratic committee Washington March 6�?the name of congressman Miers of Bloomington ind., was sprung today As a Compromise candidate for the chairmanship of the democratic National congressional Campaign committee. The avowed candidates Are congressman Griggs of Georgia and senator Clark of Montana the Multi million re. Or. Griggs so far is in the Lead and there is a bitter feeling Over the fact that the Northern congressmen want one of their number chosen. They Are Willins to forsake Clark if Miers can be elected. Miers has served during two sessions besides this one. He is not a candidate but would probably serve if jumps prom a train. A Greencastle dispatch says Quot Jacob Reynolds threw a Little girl from a moving train on the Monon Railroad at Limedale at 3 o clock this morning. He then Jumpei after her escaping a Kentucky sheriff who had been after him since october 11. The sheriff had arrested Reynolds at Valparaiso on a warrant charging him with kidnapping the Little daughter of a married woman who lives in Greene county Kentucky. Reynolds says he is the father of the child but the woman denies it. The prisoner was being taken Back to Kentucky and the Handcuffs were Reni ored from him to permit him to take Tho Little girl into the other end of the car. His continued absence Niar med the sheriff finally and his Sui. Lons of an Escofie were fulfil cd w a. To and the conductor made a search for Reynolds. The prisoner not be can death of Jason thrasher. From Friday Dally Jason n. Thrasher aged 50, died at 7 30 this morning at a is Home on West second Street after an illness of pneumonia of ten Days duration. The deceased was a son of Joseph thrasher and was born in Van Buren township. He was married thirty nine years ago to miss Nannie Anderson and to this Union were born four children All of whom Are living As follows mrs Ollie Brown Frank James and Alma thrasher. Or. Thrasher moved his family Here about a year ago and built a neat Cotlage on West second Street afterwards engaging in the grocery business on South Rogers Street. He was a member of the Morton Street Church of Christ. The funeral will not he held before sunday As the family is awaiting the arrival of relatives from Colorado and Tomt bumb. A Man who has been attracting much attention today is Clarence George who arrived at noon from Carrolton to join the Side show department of one of the Gentry shows. George is Only about two and one half feet tall but is about 85 years old. Hirt body and head arc Well developed and his Only deficiency is in his Short growth. Interrogatories. 1. Is the Church making the Best possible Effort in Accord wih the scriptures to Advance the kingdom of god on Earth 2. Is the individual members of the churches striving to imitate the example of the master in their own lives As christians 3. Are the members of the Church striving to present their bodies a living sacrifice and not conforming themselves to this world but being transformed by the renewing of their minds in the spirit of the master 4. Is not the pret it tendency in All churches to let Locse the old gospel method of government of the Church and simply strive to outdo every other Church h in display and style rather thin Excell in True modest Chris Larity and True and Noble Virtues 5. Are not the tendencies in the direction to Overlook personal conduct and consider wealth and Ini Lencs More than mobility of life and Pui 2ty of thought and action 6. Is not the prese at tendency in the Homes to relax self government Over children and to permit them to do As they please enter society when Young and often make ship wreck of Home and self. 7. Is not the presence of so Many clubs Aud Orsani canons in our midst at this time absorbing All the social part of our natures and consuming it in the clubs at the Ball room card tables and places of amusement rather than at Home and the Church so that the social life of the Church and Home is dying out and being transferred to the clubs lodges Ball room and card tables rather than Home and the Church a contributor. Miss May Strauh of Wabash is Here and has taken a position As trimmer in the millinery depart ment of the Star store. License to marry Johb Kob Inson to Mossie Lee Washin Ito township. Quot for. Siml mrs. William f. Blu. Of Story Ville Lackson county in. Visiting or. And mrs. J. O. And other relatives. Mrs. John Skirvin and children who have Lieen visiting mrs. Skir tin s parents or. And mrs. C. J. Thompson returned to Stinesville this morning. The Racket store under the management of James Spear opened for business this Infin log and has been having in immense Trade All Day. Bornice Lemon one year old daughter of or. And mrs. Kobert Lemon of Washin Irton town Sii i a die Ltd this morning of pneumonia. The funeral will be held tomorrow at it. Pleasant. Rev. Frank Ross of Kansas City preaches tomorrow at the United presbyterian Church morn ing and evening. Rev roes will 1 0 Here tinting next week and Wylli preach the following Sabbath. He is the guest of or. Nud mrs. Walter Woodburn. H. W. Kiel who has vested in Levrai Hundred acres of Hon Roe of Monty land came Down from a Bioko this morning. Indiana Limestone. Representative Miers of Indiana saw the Secretary of the Treasury yesterday to request that official to order i Donna Limestone used for the coir Truc Ion of the new Indianapolis Putin building. The supervising architect has recommended the use of Granite. Or. Miers la very much encouraged Over his interview. The Secretary referred to the fact that several buildings in Iowa had been Ancora Sunlly con Ted of the Indiana Atoot. The Daviess county Denu crat says while and c. W. Wellman arc allowing no scion i District grass to grow under their feet while making Tho signal Campaign your Kocir Bob minors is quietly sending out Ever so Many sacks of Garden seed and saying nothing. Bedford Democrat for nearly three weeks John Johnson jr., publisher of Tho Democrat has been confine Ltd to his bed with a very sore foot. This morning or. A. J. Mcdonald amputated two of his toes and he seems to be getting along As Well As could be expected. Or. Mcdonald says the condition of his foot is encouraging but will be some time before or. Johnson will be Able to get Arou Iid and attend to business. Samuel Webb and Charles god sey have been elected members of the Board of directors of comp in h. c r loads of big structural Iron for the new French lick How Tel went South on the Monon this morning. Misses Edith and Kate Cooder have returned to Orleans after a pleasant visit of a week with mrs. Margaret Rice East Kirk i Avenue. The Louisville accommodation train on the mood is now made up of coaches that have just come out of the paint shops and Shine like new dollars. Presiding elder or. J. H. Doddridge arrived from Green Castic this afternoon and will be entertained Over sunday by or. And mrs. Elsworth Williams East sixth Street. Tic funeral of Jason thrasher will be held monday afternoon at two o clock at the Monton Street Church of Christ in charge of elder Homer Adamson. The burial will be at Rose . Amp o. So. By. Time . Mitchell Ino daiy except sunday. Trains going East no. 12, fast mail daily Tocin Cunati and new York 3 17 . No. Fast mail daily to Cin Cunati and new York. 8ki0a.m. No. 2, fast Mai daily to Cincinnati Ami new York 2 22 . No. A acini n daily sex. Sunday to Cincinnati 2 56 . Trains going West. No. 9 Siu Niaj only�?621 no. Quot it. Fast mail daily to St. St la Iii 6 33a.m. No. 7. Accommodation . To St Louis ll33a.nl no. 1, fast mail daily to St , 12 1 no. A fast mail daily to St Louis. 12 pm Midnight. Sandaj Only for further particulars address 15. R. M Ace vain agent Mitchell ind. Terre Hai to r k Terre haute time card Soey a. Cd. Ump is it 4 a is no it. H. It Kasl sex 11 15 a i a o we. O. And Fla. Spi is 11 9 a a so 4-Chi. I i. Fax is 11 s Lka South. No i cd. Amp s. Lira is to 3-ch. Amp Tkv. Sex is 6 a a a no 1�?idd slav. Mail s 90 so �3-n. O. It Fla. Spin is 5 a p p. . . A a Gouni route to try it traverses a Terr Toffy Rich i undeveloped resources a ten glory containing unlimited Pouniu Liticea for agric Hurc horticulture Stodt Las tag mining and . And last but not least it it the Scenic a Mim Lor Toni rats. The Frisco system now off Brisibe travelling Public excellent Tiv Aai fast time Between St. Louis and Kosap City and Points in Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Tori tory and the Soud sweat. Between Kansas City and Pooia in Tennessee Alabama Missin Ippi Georgia Florida and the South Matt. Between Birmingham and Man Phis and Points in Kansas Arka Ataa Oklahoma Indian Terri tiny t and the West and Southwest. Full information As to Fomo sad rates cheerfully furnished upon application to any of the company or to pms Ducr traffic
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