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Brazil Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Brazil, Indiana Dollar Day edition Brazil daily to mks Brazil Indiana monday april 23, 1323. Specials for Day Dollar Quot Hite Spray soap 40 bars for. Good yellow free Stone peaches regular 30 cent can four for. Four glasses of Witch preserves a 35 cent value. Gallon cans of peeled yellow peaches special for wednesday. $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 60c Shaf Fer s Collier for xxi ass Ink to give pageant history classics of High school will present historical Pachan Friday May Ith. Try try Williams treatment 85 cent bottle a doses free Dollar Day specials 18c 36c 18c 9c 25 cent Honey Cream cakes. 50 cent Honey Cream cakes. 25 cent cake doughnuts dozen.13 cent i Pound loaves whole wheat bread. Perfect bakery Remel services. Rev Lane will conduct services at the Peniel m. E. Church Northwest of the City tonight instead of tuesday night As previously tile dance of the grecian howl in a Polly wants a crockery at evening. Is. Frank Lla pin of Danville 111., was in the City yesterday visiting friends. Track meet with Coal City team Oia ded schools of Clay City will close the school year next thursday with a program at gymnasium in he evening. Clay City ind., april 23.�? i it us .a1 j the historical pageant being prepared by the history Cir a eve of the High school under inc once the to. Of Clarence Soh lege o. Ii High school faculty will be in the gymnasium Friday evening May 4th. The pageant is entitled a Pioneer Days and will represent local Pioneer events. Particular emphasis will be Given to tile Strong religious character hospitality and marked self re Itam e As demonstrated in Pioneer Rimes. An old time school with pupils seated on their crude benches and taught their lanolin a writing end spell in by an old time teacher vill be the event of the play. The Clay City High school Lias scheduled a track meet with Coal City april 30. The school is emphasizing track work rather than baseball this Spring because it affords better athletic training and also because there Art other opportunities of playing baseball throughout the summer and few if any other chances for str cd work. The highest ranking students in the High school for tile past six weeks Are. Victor Gibbons 97.5 Crystal English 97.1 Kathryn Holden 97.3 Mabel Harbaugh 95.1 Galen Baker 95 Oscar Akire 34.7 Wilma Schauwecker 94.5 Virginia Francis 94 Ruth Steiner 94 Olive Landis 93.7. Tin graded schools of Clay City will close next thursday with a program at the gymnasium in the evening under the direction of the Grade teachers. The program follows two Little web ones. Geniau Lewis Rentsc Hlf and Hen just because you Start the Day worried and tired stiff legs and inns and Muscles an aching head burning and bearing Down pains in the Hack worn Cut before the Day begins do not think you have to stay in that condition. Be Strong Well with no stiff joints sore Muscles rheumatic pains aching Back or kidney trouble caused by body made acids. Of you suffer from bladder weakness with burning scalding pains or if you Are in and out of bed half i dozen times a night you will appreciate the rest Comfort and strength this treatment should give. To prove the Williams treatment conquers kidney and bladder diseases rheumatism and All other ailments when due to excessive uric Icid no matter How chronic or stubborn if you have never Trietch the Williams treatment we will give one 85c. Bottle 32 doses free if you will Cut out this notice and Send t with your name and address. Please Send to cents to help pay postage packing etc., to the or. D. A. Williams company dept.aa-3280, p. O. Building East Hampton Conn. Send at once and you will receive by parcel Post a regular 85c. Bottle without charge and without incurring any obligation. Only one bottle to the same address or family. I Jmmy filftt1 Fri Pirl of a Al Riri i Iri re re i i i Quot a i wifi Era off Prairi w i Jim Iju Vijh juju a Jiji Jim Usu ii Jijin Kiu Iii Oil i to i i j of j of lilo its Ici 111 i Kruzan a Dollar Day wednesday april 25th tissue Gingham so wallpaper pretty patterns in stripes High Grade living room plaids and $1.00 pattern 35c value per checks 3 Yards shirting Madras Woven Stripe Fine Quality Madras for menus dress shirts 3 Yards $1.00 Dollar Bay Dollar Day done to forget wednesday children a Gingham dresses sizes 2 to 12 years $1.00 each ladies White Wash Waist $1.00 each barm0n famed for fit and famed for feature House dresses $1.00 for the girl graduate Light and dark suits. $12.95 to $49.50 dresses in All new colors Green Lavendar Sand White Pink Blue $15.00 to $39.50 a Corticelli Sik hosiery in All sizes and All colors the shopper 28 Walnut Street written Sourwine Block Gutta Luther. Spring walk song. Second Grade rain pantomime. First Grade Wise Little owls characteristic song. Second third and fourth grades. A i school and out. John Lawson Folk dance. Second Grade a when the teacher gets Cross a recitation. George Goshorn a the Best fun of aug a dialogue. Second Grade a Little Dairy maids. Second and third grades a the umbrella brigade. Fourth and fifth grades the birdies compliment song. First Grade six or nine recitations. Chester Evans my red rocking chair. Second Grade a until next september a dialogue second Grade Jolly gypsies a musical Reading fourth and fifth grades a the whipping Johnny did no to get. Seventh Aud eighth grades a Star Solo. Marjory Kress and chorus a aunt Lucinda a mistake. Seventh and eighth grades Drill. Fourth and fifth grades mrs. J. It. Allen entertained the woman a missionary society of the first m. E. Church Friday after Loon. 4� Charles Robinson of Ideal stores made a business trip to Chicago this Veo. Raymond Fisher Dudley Burns my Floyd Correll spent Munday in Greencastle. Mrs. S. W. Stewart entertained he lad so thimble club thurs Lay afternoon having As her guests mesdames James Sutton s a. Travis j. P. Crabtree c. E. Baker w. V. Allen j. H. Bunce h. E Sutton. J. W. Danhour it. A. Eng ii Sii. J. G. Goshorn and John mid Bemas. Mrs. Arthur Magerlein. Of swazi is visiting her sister mrs. P. T. Jett miss Edith Sutton of Depauw spent the week end with her paints. Or. And mrs. H. E. Sutton. Miss Geneva Moffett a class in Domestic science lass of the High school will give a play and fashion in tile High school Wynina Burn Friday evening april 27. A meeting of the Clay count sunday school was held it elite Point sunday and elected the Fol owing officers president Earl Conn Secretary Treasur a mrs. S. G. Brandenburg children a l>ept., Ariel Gardner educational b. F. Goshorn. William Wilson aged 2 4, of Kii Burney. Scotland arrived in Clay City thursday for an extended visit with his Uncle James Wilson. Tile ladies Aid society of the in. B. Church met with Rev. And mrs. T. Ill Ley wednesday afternoon. Those present were mesdames win. Moyer. Guy mover c. J. Easley it. G. Temple Charles Weber Alva Mark Ley d. C. Middleman Harry storm. Henry Weber Ami miss Nanty Herh Lizor. A birthday dinner was Given for John in Ziefel at his Home sunday. The guests were or. And mrs. Sam Tiefel Aud son Norman or. And mrs. We. Tiefel and daughters or. And mrs. Frank Tiefel and children Aud or. Aud hrs Fred scan nit and family or. And me. Emery Fulk and shirting Gingham Plain Blue Everett shirting Gingham a i of \ Fri 6 Yards a a us ii s children a dresses i j Plain color and fancy i j plaids sizes 2 a i i j to 6 years a a i double Roll 20c Kitchen pattern special 8c per double Roll i room to customer. Shopping baskets fancy coloured shopping. Baskets if each. Duc of Linen towering a pure Linen towering Flat thread in or bleached 8 yes it. Vul $ silk gloves ladies embroidered Back i ask j silk Hose ladies pure thread silk Hose Black Sqq Percale 36-in. Percale Light and dark patterns amp i an 6 Yards Al us Light aprons ladies Bungalow aprons i k-7 $1.00 i toilet soap High Grade complexion soap Woodbury Castolon Menneti skin soap certified complexion soap a $1.00 toilet soap 10c toilet soap ounce bars 12 bars Large 8 $1.00 i ii ii ii and a me colors Lisle Hose ladies White 5 pair for. Lisle Hose $1.00 9-4 sheeting bleached 9-4 sheeting yid $1.00 Pillow cases 42x36 size bleached Pillow a a $1.00 Talcum High Grade Talcum Mary Yaj Garden Armand and pus Willow .25c i j water glasses a High. Polished thin Crystal i water glasses 6 for. L Guj Rousu. P j 50c is tall ice Tea glasses glasses 6 for ii shoes High polished thin optic tall ice Tea Sqq Ujj _ s Heel All sizes to close out $1.00 shoes i ii ladies Black oxfords medium haute is visiting mrs. T. J. Brillion. Mrs. John Wells attend several lays this week with her sister at the Union Hospital Terre haute. Lucian Sutton who has been at he hrs. Furgerson amp Furgerson sanitarium in Terre haute the past to weeks where he has been taking special treatment for tuberculosis will return Home wednesday. Miss Edith Mickey is visiting her deter mrs. E. J. Church at Rush Ille id. Miss Anna merchant is visiting in Indianapolis this week. Or. And mrs. Frank Brown were n Terre haute wednesday. Mrs. M. Jensen Lucille Mills or. My mrs. Ralph Osier and children vill leave sunday for a visit in co Winbus and new Lexington Ohio. An Orange social and entertainment will he Given at the american Region Hall now used by the u. B. Congregation during the completion if their new Church by the Young married ladies class of the u. B. Sunday school next tuesday evening. Yaj Yaj ii Dollar Day special a for wednesday i 14 quart aluminium dish pan 11 Good Quality Ware i no More Dandruff a leading hair Dresser says she Las found nothing As Good As parisian Sage to banish All Dandruff and nuke the hair Wavy thick and Lustrous. The Schultz Weinland drug co. Sell it on the Money Back plan. Ski of thanks. $1.19 Chas. A. Miller hardware furnaces implements Sheet Metal work we desire to thank our Many friends and neighbors for their kindness Ami sympathy during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Margaret e. Vance and family. Over 400 More than 400 families in Tho City of Brazil Are supplied Dally with Nance a pasteurized milk or Cream. Think it Over and phone your order to lambs Dairy 6461. Early morning delivery every Day in the year. 4-17-6t Dollar Day bargains in clothing two suits of athletic underwear All sizes. Dress shirts neck band or Collar attached. Cotton dress Hose 12 pairs. Menus regular $1.50 Caps. $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 of All likes or dislikes regarding Peanut butter is absolutely imaginary unless you have used Livermore a make. Miss Elizabeth Boothe spent the or. Atul mrs. Arthur Gummer at tended a birthday dinner at nubbin l Riu 1 on station sunday. Mrs Ella Mcginnis of Terri or. And mrs. Sol Tabeek spent yesterday in Terre haute. Try Frow a Chi. Frank Baye Cpl West Natl. Ave. Near spot St

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