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Bloomington Courier (Newspaper) - May 30, 1902, Bloomington, Indiana Hmm Row i. Blood Inchon courier courier Ard year world 8th Yeu. Bloomington Indiana. Friday Flay 30,190a. Cravens pub Railroad situation / to Liiva nil mite Drain in a Vor of Lodi Anapolis Southern. From Jodii Silay the county commissioners will meet in regular session Mont Lay and wednesday will receive the petitions of the Indianapolis Southern Anil Oliuer railroads for to election to vote on subsidy propositions. It May be pro liable that the Olliveras will not ask for a subsidy a it is understood that the of facials of that proposed Road and the officers of the Southern Are about to agree on a proposition. It stated on Good authority that the Olliveras will abandon the project of constructing a line Between Victor and Martinsville if they can secure Assurance from the Indianapolis Southern officials that their Road will be constructed 1 Bloomington within the next a and it is understood that the of tigers of the Southern will com ply with the wishes of the Oliver a if the latter Road project is Given a. From a reliable source it is Learned that the Olliveras Are demanding that the Southern lie constructed within a year and that it Ball be in no Way connected with the Monoa Railroad. The exact situation will be known next wed Esclay. I. D. Trustees Hill Hamilton and Shive by re elected yesterday. Weun Csuvay h daily at the meeting of the state Board of Kil cation yesterday i Nat u. Hill of Bloomington b. In 2>hively of South Bend and k. A a. Hamilton of Huntington were selected trustees of Indiana University to serve three years. These men have been Loyal to the interests of the University and their re appointment was a deserved compliment. Under the administration of president Swain and the present Board of trustees Indiana University was never in a More prosperous condition. The attendance is larger the work is Tietter the material growth More rapid than Ever before. Monon averted by timely action of Young judicial it has been Semi official la decided by the democrats of the counties of Monroe and Lawr Cnoc not to nominate a candidate for judge of the circuit. James b. Wilson who is the Friend of everybody suits the democrats to a Queens taste and he will receive their a a Tea at the coming election. No higher endorsement could to paid or. Wilson than in the Coffee bin not a pleasant thought Iet when coffees Are ept open in bulk who knows what different Quot tilings Quot come climb ing and floating in lion Goffo put up in sealed cages insures cleanliness uniform Quality freshness and delicious and what caused them. Or. Hurty Secretary of the state Board of health has prepared for his annual report a table showing the deaths in Indiana in 1>01 from preventable diseases. The total shown on the table is 9,377. Of these 4,062 were from consumption 1,198 from typhoid fever 149 from Scarlet fever 554 from diphtheria and 2.501 from diarrhoeal diseases 2u2 from puerperal fever and 21 from smallpox. Of those dying from pulmonary tuberculosis the greatest number died in april and the least in september. Most of those who died from pulmonary tuberculosis were Between the Ages of Tiv Enty and Twenty i quarantines against Indiana. At a meeting of the Kentucky state Board of health held in Louisville yesterday a quarantine was proclaimed against Indiana on account of smallpox which is now epidemic in this state. The Ynar Antine goes into effect at noon june i and affects the entire state. All those entering Kentucky from Indiana must carry certificates of health. New Albany and Jeffersonville Are included in the order. All passengers into Kentucky from the North must have certificates of vac it citation. Regulations do not affect passengers on through trains that do not Stop in Indiana. Low water Mark on Indiana Shore is the Boundary line. All municipal offers in Kent icky towns Are appointed health inspectors and instructed to look to enforcement of order. A Poali dispatch says a a the South bound passenger train on the French lick Branch of the Monon Railroad three Miles North of Here escaped great dam age and probable loss of life by the timely action of Harry Millis a Young Farmer reitling near Here. The heavy Rains had washed away a Large till pm the Road and Mil Lis discovered it and signalled the train to Stop which it did just in time to Avert an awful Dis Aster. This is the second time this fat or son has saved the wrecking of a train and probable loss of life at this place and the train men pro posed to Reward him by securing him a lifetime pass Over the entire system of the Road."deg0rati0npr06ram exercises in collese Avenue Church and at Rose Hill do you wish the finest bread Ead Cdake it is conceded that Royal baking powder is purest and strongest of All a baking pow Ders absolutely free from Alum ammonia and every adulterants Royal makes the Best and most wholesome food. %. Morn. Lai Iliia hmm Oft m Shumi Tanumi wifi from wednesday s daily world. The official program for Decora Tina Day was completed this morning. The exercises at the College Avenue Church will begin at two o clock and Are As follows music by the band. Music by the choir. Prayer by Rev. L. F. Dimmitt. Reading of Lincoln s Getteys Burg address by mrs. R. G. Miller. Reading of the Roll of Honor by m. D. Griffy. Music by the choir. Oration by John r. Rast. Music by the choir. Benediction by Rev. L. F. Dimmitt. Forming of column. City band. Co. H state guards. Sons of veterans children to distribute Flowers. G. A. R. And Allex soldiers. Spanish War soldiers. Orator chaplain and readers in Curi Ages. W. R. In carriages. Citizens of foot. Citizens in carriages. The g. A. R. And Allex soldiers sons of veterans and w. R. Will meet at the g. A. R. Hall at i p. M. The City band and co. H state guard will form on the Comer of Walnut and sixth Street marching West on sixth Street and in front of the g. A. R. Hall will be joined by the sons of veterans w. R. C., g. A. R. And Allex soldiers and will March West to College Avenue m. E. Church where after the exercises the procession will be formed in the same order for the March to the cemetery. Exercises at cemetery. Decoration of the Graves of the fallen soldiers exercises of w. R. At the Monument in memory of unknown dead. Firing of the Stante by co. H. Taps by Charley Stiesberg. W. J. Allen Marbil. The new time card on the Monon will up into effect june let. The Bloomington amp Lafayette accommodation will be ran to French lick Init lad of stopping hero and coming Loath will take of a coach irom bal it decoration completed for honouring the Soldier Omeda ill 1 Quot a people believe rheumatism is a disease of the blood. Perhaps it is and perhaps it is not. If it is a blood disease Why is it the pain often stays in the same place ? Why is it the blood does t always carry the disease All Over the body and into every muscle and joint ? your doctor May be Able to explain it but it is All Guesswork anyhow. Omega Oil is what you ought to use for rheumatism. It is to be Well rubbed on the place where the pain is. No matter whether the trouble is in the blood or not Omega Oil goes in finds it out and cures it. What s the Odds so from film Kyl in daily at a mass meeting of citizens held at the court House last night arrangements were completed for decoration Day. Hon. William f. Browning was made chairman of the meeting and upon motion of capt. A j. Allen. Frank Headley and d. Miller were selected As secretaries. It was announced that the decoration ceremonies will be held Friday in the audience room of the College Avenue m. In. Church instead of the armorial theatre and the address of the Day will be delivered by Hon. John r. Rast. Mrs. Rollert Miller will read president Lincoln s get Wesburg address an i Comrade Gritty will read the Roll of Honor. Capt. W. J. Allen will be marshal of the Day. The exercises at the Church will begin at two o clock Long As you get Relief and mrs. T. A. Allen will direct i drink plenty of fresh the music. All children of the City schools Are requested to bring Flowers and wreaths to the court Bouse by nine Friday morning. All old soldiers members of the w. R. And sons of veterans Are asked to be at the g. A. R. Hall at one o clock Friday to March to the Church. The March will be from the Squire Down College Avenue preceded by the baud. William t. Blair and j. G. Mcpheeters were appointed As a committee on finance and the following Flower committees were appointed first Ward Edward f. Hall s. K. Carmichael capt. Will Louden mesdames j. R. Wilson Samuel Gilmore a t. Blair Ewing Batterton and Wil Iam Johnson. Second Ward John Kuhnl Frank water every night and morning while using Omega Oil. The water will keep the kidneys Well flushed and will bring about a quicker cure of rheumatism. Try this plan for two weeks and see the result my divorce wanted. Harried and parted on the 13th. Wife preferred to live in town. William r. Williams of Stines Ville has commenced divorce proceedings again Louisa Williams. Henley amp Wilson Are the plaintiff s Headley c. R. Worrall mesdames j attorneys. The complaint states Frank r. Woolley p. B. Martin that they were married february j. W. Shoemaker Charles Weir 1 13, 1902, and separated May 13, and Edward Seward. Of the same year Here is where third Ward Fred fess Lon 113 an unlucky number. Davis d. Miller. Mesdames j the complaint further sets out Claude Malotte j. T. Clark j. I. J Jug plaintiff is an old Man and Bradwell will Buzzaird and miss by Jurd work he has secured a together with competence and that his the w. R. Are asked to be at the court House by nine o clock Friday morning. Trust invades Coal Hields. Judge d. W. Henry of Terre haute representing the Allied companies of the United states Stool corporation will enter the soul Fields of Sullivan county. The re rc9entatives of the Cor a ration Lave been prospecting in a Large Arena of the Coal Fields of that county and in the adj accent Lic lds. A Deal has been consummated by which they secure from 1,000 to 1,200 acres of the richest Coal Field in this part of the state situated cast of Sullivan. It it understood that the corporation will not take up further options. A Eood look inc to ouse and poor hooking har Nudel is Llie wont Kiihul of u com of us sued. Eureka harness Oil not Onia Makelim learn ii an Ltd the Hui i Tooji by tur. Exit Liia Keh tit shul ice a Oft a my itis git Quot Piitz it in of a a into la it a Wick in Lunt 09 it Only mrily Wulim. J 1,7. Of m a a a for hrs in cd a a a Ull. Iitto. Ii i i it a Standard Oil co. Give your horse a Chance marriage with Louisa was a second marriage and that he has always been a peaceable citizen and was in every Way Good and kind to his wife. Serious charges Are then made against the wife As follows it is alleged that immediately after their marriage they went to the farm of Williams to live and that Louisa began at once to demand of Williams that he sell Bis farm and move to town to live and that in order to compel Williams to carry out her wishes she would follow him to the Field where he was at work and would curse him and would threaten to Burn his House and would beat him and would strike at him with Sticks of stove Wood and hit head with a stick of stove Wood cutting to his Skull and All without provocation on the Bart of the plaintiff. Lie asks for absolute divorce and All other proper Relief he travelled with a dog show mad in that Way develop8d his Toleat for training and Bodling Anini Felt. He Buff it and borrowed a ooh dogs to Start a Small show of his own. The first year he a a played Cross roads schoolhouses and a a a opera boosts but his Sac Oess Wai from the jump almost Antil noir he practically has a Trust of tha dog and Pony show business. He has showed All Over the to Tad states and a part of Canada and now he is of Neotha wealthiest men in Indiana with a Bank acc omit that grows As each season advances. An amoling Story is told of the first performance he Ever gave at Bloomington his Home City. He borrowed a few dogs to fill in Quot with and when their owners Cam Etoina the show some of them whistled for fun and the dogs recognising their masters jumped off Tea stage. The performance temporarily stopped As Gentry could not go ahead without the borrowed in you can Leattah Orso to water but you can to make him drink. It u ran t make him eat crib r. I ii can stuff food a Hio on thei r. Thin Man s stomach but Success of the Gentry shows. An Indianapolis special says the great business done by the Gentry dog and Pony show in Indianapolis last week brings to mind the marvelous Success achieved by Henry Gentry. Less than 15 years ago he was As near penniless As the average Young Man who woks on a Small salary. That cd can t make him use it. Sudit s emulsion can make him it. How by Mak ing him Hung \ of course. Scoti s emulsion makes a thin body h Ungry All Over. Thought 1 thin body was naturally hungry did t you Well it in t a thin body is asleep not Vav orking gone on a strike. It does t try to use its food. A Scott s emulsion wakes it up puts it to work again making new flesh. That s the Way to get fat. Send for free Samok. Hairr amp ii own. Ii main. 4�?��rmrts am ski Dpi As it him

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