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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - March 11, 1902, Bloomington, Indiana Ipp a Hpak a h n s 1a car Load sure i Nhuom we will place oin Sals tuesday morning Anarch 11. Lot 9036 -2.50lot 51701 3.50lot9340"075 lot 93201lot 93701 lot 60761 lot 6345 lot 9540 -4.50�o Kahn s Worth 3 to 4 times that Wuich Kahn s ror Cash Only. No trading checks. Pm have just bought out the John r. East Stock of clothing. Hats and furnishing goods invoicing Over $3000, at less than 15 cents on the Dollar. I 0� Stock will be sold accordingly. Watch for further announcements in the world courier. I this evening s Mew a. \ 7 00�?modern woot Mon. 7 00�?knights of pythias. C. M. Dobbins is up from Bedford. B. L. Millikan is up from Bedford. _ j. W. Wingert has returned to Irdi Anapolis. Or. And mrs. George Carothers went to Indianapolis this morning. Howard Maxwell went to Indianapolis this morning on business. Weather partly Cloudy with probably showers tuesday and Southwest portion tonight. A. V. Fans has gone to the North part of the state on business. Mrs. Maude showers and mrs. Or Ory went to Indianapolis this Morni is. Born to or. And mrs. Henry Beard South Washington Street % son. Be out of two Clay Beard is Able to again after an illness weeks. Born to or. And mrs. Thomas Hudson West of the City a daughter. Mrs. John Shields and children have gone to Hayes. 111., to visit relatives. Hon. Seymour Kiddle has returned from Legal business at Bloomfield. Mrs. H. J. Nichols has gone to Indianapolis to attend the Spring millinery openings. J. H. Green or. And mrs. C. M. A Viuker returned to Terre haute this morning. Atty. R. H. East attended to Legal business in Bedford this morning. Miss Louis Ecooper has gone to Cloverdale to visit the family of her Uncle. Presiding elder or. Doddridge returned to Castle this morning. Mrs. Richard Chastine and miss Rawlins Are attending the millinery openings in Indianapolis. Or. George Munson was called to Ellettsville this morning on a Ood unt of the serious illness of his Mother mrs. W. B. Munson. The pulpit of he United presbyterian Church sunday morning was filled by Rev. F. R. Ross of Kaneas City who delivered a Strong Sermon. It is hard to find Choice beef. We have it at Alexander s meat Market. So Vii him Fra tartan Rhen is no Mora agonizing trouble a pile. Dewitt s with Basel Stive Eurea piles at Ono unequal de for skin Dite aaes cuts bams Brm Arki suffered for years Witt pm Luff a Muff and cd m Lief Zottl a few Boses of Arnt switch Essel Salve eco Isle died me. Nobs Sto ribs in amp with a there were two cases for Public intoxication in the mayor s court this morning. Miss Fannie Brough East of the City has gone to Monticello to visit relatives. Miss Clara Stimpson has returned to Ellettsville after a visit with miss Lizzie Rogers. A social and smoker for the members Only will be Given tonight by the fortnightly club. Mrs. Charles Michael has returned to Laporte from a visit with her sister mrs. G. C. Schaeffer. License to marry Silas a. Wisley to Essie Siscoe Polk township. F. M. Stephenson has returned to Greencastle after a Short business trip Here. The old Arkansaw company Here saturday night appears at Bedford tonight. Mrs. S. K. Rhorer jr., spent sunday with her Mother mrs. Moore at grecncastie.iw6 want you to s66 ? the largest Ais Quot Ost Beautiful showing of mrs. Jennie Alexander went to Indianapolis this morning to join a theatre party at the English opera House tonight. Mrs. Alice Crawley and daughter of Greencastle Are visiting the sister of mrs. Crawley mrs. J. A Wentworth East fourth Street. Mrs. Joseph Rogers writes from Lancaster ky., where she is making her Home that her father Malcolm Gill recently died. _ Rev. Wesley Shields is Here with his Bride visiting Home folks. Or. Shields was married last week to a miss Rhodes of Pike county. Major t. J. Louden went to Martinsville today on business connected with the Crafton Case that comes up for trial at Martinsville tomorrow. A fresh country eggs 15 cents a Doseo the Beldon grocery. L%v9fllb new Lar Bwye Fem. Konsti Pathi Maas Del lakes de health. De Wilt s utile sprit risen stimulate the liver Ops the bowels Nadia live . A Sis sol Terai to 0, in John a talc president of the Acme store company came Down from Chicago this morning. Local meat Market men say that it is almost impossible to secure Good Home meats and As a result the Price of fresh meat has advanced 30 per cent. Miss Zella Gilstrap returned this morning to Indianapolis where she has a position As attendant in a Hospital after visiting her parents South East of the City. Quarterly meeting services were held at College Avenue m. E. Church yesterday sacrament i being served a the Forenoon. I there was one accession to the membership. Born to or. And mrs. James Webb North Jackson Street a son. The birth of this child makes the seventh son the Stork has left at or. Webb s Home and there have been no girl babies. The special services that Are to continue for a week began at the Eis it Street m. E. Church last night. Rev. A. It. Beach a leading minister of Indianapolis will be Here wednesday to assist Rev. w. J. Weddle the grocer had a severe attack of heart trouble last night. To was standing on his front porch when he fell prostrated and had to be assisted in the House. He is somewhat improve Ltd this morning. Hon. And mrs. John r. East will go to Indian Aix it Lis tomorrow to spend the week with their daughter mrs. J. S. Vanwie. Or. East has been on the sick list for several weeks Ami expects to take a rest from his Legal . Quot by boy took the croup one night Quot says a. V. Reynolds Mansfield o. We feared he would die but one minute cough cure quickly relieved him and he won t to Abs lately Safe. Arts immediately. Cues holds croup grip bronchitis awl Loag troubles of a Uada o a Mimir s toy Steps Spring goods i Ever offered by us a a mrs. F. K. Wooley of this City deput3 state official of the Rathbone sister visited the Lodge at Ellettsville thurst Lay night. Work in the amplified third was most satisfactorily exemplified after which a social and luncheon was dulled in. Mrs. Crawford Johnson aged 20, wife of a drayman at Bedford come utter suicide saturday afternoon by taking an ounce of carbolic acid. She climbed into the barn loft at her Home and after swallowing the deadly drug died in awful agony. Despondency was the cause. I exclusiveness and newness strikingly visible everywhere silk waists Choice $5.00. 30 in the lot come in All colors. The new Gibson and other late styles in the lot. It s the swell est display we be Ever made at the skirts. Tomorrow we put of Sale two big lots of the very latest at $1.98 and $2.98. Above Are decidedly special Quot is ladies tailoring a a a j the funeral of Jason thrasher i was held at tie Morton Street Church of Christ at two o clock this afternoon in charge of elder Homer Adamson. The interment was at Rose Hill. The pall bearers were John p. Harrell George thrasher b. F. Thrasher Peter i thrasher Stanford thrasher j. M. K. Thrasher. George Houston aged 46, the Colo Rcd Man who conducted a Barber shop in the basement of the Monroe county Bank died at six o clock saturday evening at the Home of Moses Hafford. The j hotly was shipped to Princeton at j an Early hour yesterday morning. 1 Houston was married and had been Here Only about four weeks. A mild succed Ham and fresh egg at Alexander s meat Market. A the Sale at the Rackitt store bus Inion one of the greatest Ever held in Boon Kington. The store crowded Lall Day Friday and was Haven t said a word about this department for months. The Why of it is we have had More than we could do a this department. We Are putting in new machines this week that will stitch 62�?12 at a time. Hence we will be Able to turn of out More work. A our specialities Pickit slits waists of skirts. We can give you the Best City tailor made styles without their High prices. I Street hats a the new Spring styles Al Are Here. Al they Are very in sets. You will be surprised at the bargains and Beauty of the display j Quot Bie Dicot t a Vav. A a saturday Aivil so great wins the Trade that it was necessary to lock the doors every 15 minutes. The looks were not o ened today until two o clock As it was necessary to re arrange the Stock. It is no wonder the Roplo Are Grablin at such bargains when it is consid cred that every article in the Racket store is Selling at just half Price. Nothing is reserved from the Stock Tine chinaware cutlery notions toys and All go in the Sale. _ a Best of Western and native beef at alexanders meat Market he saner inc Over. I Hare lately been much troubled with dyspepsia belching and sour writes m. S. Lead Lattle Toro Mas. I took Kodol do Pep a cures and have had no More trouble an when one can go to eating mince Pia cheese Candy and nato after such a time their die Tom must be pretty Good Kodel peptic cure dig your food. M a Jott Iwai Lim to Ditl. I Quot -v.it-lit. Xit a a j
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