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Connersville Daily News (Newspaper) - January 29, 1900, Connersville, Indiana Mem Mem. For sail fire life Tornado Accident health employers liability surety Bonds and plate Glass insurance. Houses and lots. E. Ela rows. For Sale two cottages 700 each easy terms. Large lot two cottages Kijoo. Large Brick cottage Fino. Cottage table Etc. 900. Two 5 room cottages 12 0 each. Residence eight rooms $1850. Another like size $000. Re Luence �T�3500, Fiaoo 40 Kone on North Central ave. Improved lot North Central ave. 1200, 0th or unimproved lots. W. E. Ochiltree. First stairway North of Turkenkoph s Cigar store. Hot water bottles rubber air cushions Fountain syringes and All other approved makes at popular prices. Duvall drugstore opposite court House. Of Kmart a each lbs dumm4 Bim. In Royal pills . A a re a into reu.kl., to it a Urheim in a Kuhn urn in glue do a mond Brand in red ult Lucid Meullier , i pm a ith Blu. Rih Hoo. Take Quot Mother. Be Ute a . At rd�inat.,.rmatte in a tamp fur , to Jilin Oglu m Quot Relief Chr Adlea Quot Iguiter. By ret a r mall 1,000 . Kept. It .11 oru Kuliu. Cal healer a hell rel �?�400 my limb More i Uilama. A. Dont be fooled the Market is being flooded with worthless Imit tons of Rocky Mountain Tea. To protect the Public we Call Especial attention to our Trade Mark printed on every age. Demand the Genu for Sale by All drug glib traits with Yon whether Yon Enn Lnae the Berre kill link tobacco bal it it. No to Mac Remore the Delire for tobacco with . Pipe Linico tine Puri Uei the blood r store Loit Mahboud Makoa id heal and pocket Book. Iio Xei a old. 400,000 Caseh cured our o to iliac from your own drug iritis. Who ill touch for a. Take it with ,patlpitl7,periiliitentlt.0ne Boies a a a und Money. . I i Boz Ai. Usually cures s a tro Granteed to cure or we ref Kleiff Mytr daily news. Conner8ville, Indiana. Monday. Jan. 29, 1900. Local and personal mrs. Pat ready was taken sad Dealy ill Saladay. Alvah Hannah has returned Home from new Castle. Mrs. Anna Mcnutt spent sunday with Milton friends. Or. A a Brink and wife were at Cambridge City sunday. John Myers returned Home from Cambridge City last night. Earl Carter of Indianapolis spent sunday with relative a in this City. W. E. Wallace undertaker and pm Balmer. Frazee phone 102 Central Union 82, of mrs. J. B Sacre spent sunday at the Home of James Henry in Waterloo township. Miss Lucia Payne was entertained by miss Bess Sparks East of the City Over sunday. Mrs. J. Thomas and daughter. Miss Sadie were the guests of Cambridge City relatives sunday. Herman Krautter and wife spent sunday with their brother John and family at Indianapolis. George Clark coloured of Boone county Kentucky i. The guest of Bis Mother mrs. Martha Clark. Misses Maude Meyer and Maynie Lilie spent sunday at Bushville the guests of miss Mary Brown. Julius Turkenkoph and wife went to Martin Villi this morning on a ten Days stay for their health. Save doo ors Bill by giving Fotey s Jon i and. Tar to infants and children in time to part it vent pneumonia or croup which Are fatal to to Many thousands of Jia bics. My Keenan amp Ashworth. Bow Are your old Rya t or. Bobbi mar stun l lilt cure it All Kiil icy Uli. Pia free. Add. Biu Lluu Soiu Dyco bit us our Sam Williams jr., has pneumonia Pat Bonan has gone to Indian Apolis. Mrs. Charles Stone is much worse to Day. Mrs. Hustice of Maplewood quite ill. F. Arnold spent sunday at Bushville. W. E. Ochiltree is spending to Day at Rushville. Mrs. John Grubb of East Conners Ville is very sick. Ernest Dille and wife were the guest of new Castle relatives sunday. Mrs. William Edwards and child run returned from Lexington Ohio this morning. Milt Holberg and f. Y. Thomas left this morning for West Biden on a ten Days visit. An empty sack cannot stand Neight r cull poor it us Teliin blood nourish a tud Sims fixin the Viliy Sicili sys torn. Hood s stirs Parilla is tic Standifird purify apr Atid True to iii for the Liloon. Hood s pills it to not tripe. All ,25c. Clarence pippin of East coroners Ville who has been confined to his bed for several weeks has been pro Nonn oed out of danger by his physician. Chapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly by Vianner Sal re most Healing ointment in the world. Mckennan amp Ashworth. I. R. Nave received word to Day that or. Hall of Cannel town Ohio had accepted the Call to Trinity Church of this City and would soon move his family Here. Harry Robinson a husband who has been failing to provide for his wife and family was arrested saturday on complaint of mrs. Robinson promising to do better he was discharged. Mrs. J. A. Fleming and daughter h Zel Wei e called to Andrews Indiana this morning by a Telegram stating that mrs. Hannah Kelly the former s sister had been fatally burned. The pythian Sisters will give a Maine social tuesday january 30th, at k. Of Hall. All Kutch to and families Are invited to put on their prettiest face and be present. Adults 10c children 5o. Fr3t j. A. Lambert of Rachel a c., writes Quot i heartily endorse Foley a kidney cure. It does what Yon claim it will do and there is nothing equal to it and i thank you for the Good t has done Mckennan amp Ashworth Aldine the six year old daughter of mrs. Josie Weaver coloured on water Street died saturday evening at 7 o clock of acute indigestion the funeral took place from the House this afternoon at two o clock. Interment in City cemetery. Rev. E. A. Eros who took advantage of the lumbermen s excursion t Florida returned to his Home at esst Connersville this morning. He brought with him an Alligator a Monkey and a Parrot. De says he likes the Sou h so Well that he seriously thinks of moving there. Edarae Vojir i Uleu Livili Mararetha. Cannily sithi Iriti euro constr pit on forever. Loo. ail i a Long look ahead z it May seem to you when you 3 May seem to you when you will need glasses for your sight but that is the mistake Many make when they need help to the sight right now. It Don t Cost anything to cume in and have in test your eyes it May have Yogi from losing your sight altogether if you have properly adjusted glasses fitted in time. We will do it at a reasonable s jewelry store. I. T. Trusler is at Indianapolis today on Legal business. De Bixler is moving his family to Cleveland Ohio to Day. Wayne Smolley is transacting business at Brookville to Day. Mrs. L. P. Zellar returned to her Home at Milton this afternoon. Jake Schweikle of Indianapolis spent sunday with his parents. James daily of Indianapolis spending a few Days in our City. De Maley returned from a Short visit to Cincinnati this morning. Mrs. Bertie Adams coloured returned from Rushville this morning. Austin ready and wife returned from their Florida trip this morning. Aaron Hole spent sunday with his parents at it. Auburn Henry county. Editor e. E. Moore of the courier returned from College Corner Thih morning. The Neomi Circle will meet at the Home of mrs. Martha to Theriel tuesday afternoon. Frank Ashton who has been roaming through the wilds of Dakota Han returned Home to stay. Oliver Devers is Here from Oxford to Day making preparations for moving his family to this City about the first of March. William Gregg h. Bro Aikins and Emory Manove 3l tended tie in no ral of John h. Tyner at in Tigris Burg sunday. James e. Mount Aud Taylor Jav Ford of it huh calling n Roth amp co., to d y. In the interest of the Deering co. There Wil be preaching at the m. E. Pin Rob every Avenir a this Wenk by Rev. Dim Pitt the pastor. The afternoon in�.�eting5 Wil by dispensed with. Go Den weddings Are taking place All Over the country. The old couples evidently took Rocky Mountain Tea u their Young Days. Ask Jour druggist. Agents wanted to sell or. Conger s private Book for ladies just out 38 coloured plates goo pages out lit free. American publishing House Chicago. R2t a Small daughter of George runner of College Corner who died Friday evening was brought Here for burial sunday. Or. Bunner formerly lived Here. We have just received a splendid assortment of new goods for Spring suits and trousers. They Are beauties. Come in Aud look them Over. W. H. Beck s sons. Fit Green Wood and daughter mits Kate John Wood and wife and miss Bess Thomas were entertained to sunday dinner by Anson Miller and wife of East Connersville. W. H. Hatton executor will offer for Sale the two Story Brick House and lot on water Street Between 5th and Goth streets january 31, 1900. Sale at 2 o clock At court Hause. Loc fancy Outing. $7.00 jackets $10.00 jackets $15.00 jackets s2.98 Loc White Outing. 7c Hea y 76c comforts. $2 hand tied comforts s9o blankets. Large 75c Cotton blankets.49c Fine $4 All Wool blankets $2.98 $5 blankets,$3-75 $5.50 very Fine blankets34.1 9 40c Flannelette skirts.25c 75c Wool skirts 59c $1.25 heavy Wool shirts.89c 75c Feather Boas. I of $2.50 capes. 95c $5.00 \ Sqq Golf Cape Olio $15 Lush capes a i$7.98 $2.75 Fine i or Boas. $1.79 Phil Joseph s double Mammoth store. Servita pills restore vitality lost vigor and manhood cur impotency. Naglit emissions. Loss of Meotti ory. All wasting diseases All effects of self abuse or excess and , a nerve tox Xio and blood builder. Brivot the Pink glow to a la Cheeks and restores the Are of youth. By Nail _ .60c per Xix 6 boxes for 92.50, with our bankable Arau Rantee to Core or refund the Money paid. Send for circular Quot Ilo Gua and copy of our bankable guarantee to it Ond. Extra strength revolt to Servita tablets yellow Label positively rain ranted cure for loss of Power varicocele l Nuevo loped or shrunken organs pare iii locomotor ataxia nervous pro tray Uon hysteria. Kits insanity i analysis and the a faults of excessive use of tobacco opium or liquor. By mail in niacin package. 81.00 a Box 6 for $6.00 with our bankable Amar Antee Bond to cure in 30 Days or refund Money paid. Address Servita medical co. Cunt on amp Jackson sts., Chicago ill. Snid Impi Iurii by am Androsh 421 v mitral a Fine ail d. W. Ilif Iirth opera drug Hora a members of the k. Of a Are request cd to Ancet at Castle Hall this evening to make Arr aug Meota for the funeral of brother Scott of Chicago. Andrew j. Henry. C. C. C. I. Showalter k. Of b. Amp s. If Sweet Yong widow want to Ketch Quot 8ome sweetheart in then tiny Tang lab of their Golden Rorls they d better take Kocky Ivion ii he in tel. Great Medicine. 35o. Ask Muiir drug gift. A Farmer with a two horse a on loaded with l arb wire had a in Ishway at noon to Day near the Catholic Ohnich. The Hornea took fright at an Iuo Oming freight train. A wheel was torn off the Wagon and the Harneth broken. We were unit ble to learn the Drivers name. A party of boys whose age Range from 15 to 17 yearn broke up a re Ligi Riih meeting at the Kobin Sod school House last night. This has happened before and the authorities will 860 that the male factors Are severely dealt with a melodrama of life Quot Quot the world against an excellent Emo Loual to tres a powerful pay. Competent support several curtain rails and a big audience was the it Oord at the Pittsburg opera House evening when Agnes Wallace Villa appeared in Quot the w rid Agni int the play is a record Brea or and sure of he Csehh who never mid wherever presented. While the play has often been when this City it hah Seldom been belter pref i cited than it was last night and the Aadil nce was Erith Niantic in it applause. Andre theatre to night. To i Ira a Tapoca Misuns i iii la Quot Vallui Kllc. Loco Reso. If A Full to Uuro re fun mop mrs. James Huston of Maplewood 18 not to Well to Day. T. S. Monger made his son. Perry and family of a Bushville a visit Sun Day. I reckon not the seasons nor the years that come and go life s an All round p ensure to uie since taking Rocky Mountain Tea. Ank your druggist. Mrs. Rudy mrs. Dan fiant miss Emma White and Perry Stelle spent sunday with William Lindy at Indianapolis. They report him very much improved. Ostheimer amp Murray shipped a car Load of hogs to Cincinnati to Day. This makes their fiftieth car since sept it it Ember 2ud. Something Over .�30.000 ban been paid for the fifty loads. Our Spring Stock of suiting Trouse rings Etc. Just received. Very handsome and confined styles. Look them Over ear y before the Choice styles Are closed. W. H. Beck s sons. Ult it the Young men of the y. A s. C. A of the Christian Church will enter Tail the lady members with a five onor Nfn dinner tuesday evening at 7 0 o Duek at the Home of mrs. L. K. Tingley on lived Street. J he vice president of the Railroad which is to run Frum Connersville to no innate. To connect with the l. E. In w. At this i Point in Ortler to carry he freight direct to the Queen City wan in this City one Day last week. Ati Ltd a no Aniced that he had secured Erifili it Ltd want for the Road fruit Cin i iii Iriti to it a tinker town i lion county Siml Hilo fro ii neural Fayette county Farmers in a Fiina h Towi Ingup. Wickli l kill s Tiik Tell Olmos. The H. It d. By. Ban on thu at its principal ticket Ollices both single hid round trip tick to to All Points in cal it a and the West indies Belize British Honduras. Livingston and port Barrios Jna Tamala port cur tel Ceiba and Truxillo Spanish Honduras port l nen Costa Utica epochs de Toro Columbia Chi Fields and Kama n l Ragga also to Many other Points in i ventral and in ugh am Rica baggage checked through to Des Tinatin. Sleeping car space and Steamer accommodations reserved on application to ticket agent. If you a often plate a Southern trip get information from your nearest h. Is agent or a write i. K Edwards T. M., Cincinnati Ohio. This paper it Nye 10 cents a week try it sunday afternoon Blaze. The Home of Arthur Forir raw it fire Tun the a Vire busily . Sunday afternoon innit five o clock the air Neindorf i Tidence. In Kast Connersville occupied to by Arthur Foote and family wan in covered to Beni fire. S Nie , hanging Over the i ack of a chair near a i ruin caught fire and the Llames were Raj idly spreading when detected. Or. Foote succeeded in Stingu Shin the tire with the Aid of several neighbors. The damage is slight mrs. Foote who is confined to her bed by sickness was badly frightened and it is feared will suffer a relapse a a Joseph b. Scott dead. Joseph b. Scott died at his Home on Fayette Street sunday at 12 30 o clock from double pneumonia aged thirty eight years. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn their Lois. He was the son of Francis m. Scott a prominent Farmer of Jackson township for several years he resided at Chicago where he he d a responsible position As Book keeper. Last october he moved his family to this City and accepted a position with the sex buggy co., with whom he was employed at the time of Bis death. The funeral cortege will leave the House at 10 o clock wednesday morn ins preceded by a Short service by the u. . Of p., of which he was a member. Bev. Hedges will conduct the religious services at the m. E. Church at Everton. Interment at the Everton cemetery. Raymond Coal. For Sale by Henry Bray phone 175 Bell phone 124. Frazee f8t p mrs. D. B. Ball and daughter miss Belle spent sunday at Nashville with relatives. The Plainfield Keeley Institute established March 1891. T i a Quot let Ami ,.st iii �"ri7.p<1 Kooist in persons have been permanently cured of of a Briety e morphine Quot Naff Quot i to Thili isadmliil�tere4 it try Liim. Iii lii a 14 ii in x psf of Ontic iii Lim u. U. Write for inform Inton and circular l Lind. Or i i Luj Lulu Gliime in loti it u it mud i in .-.l, a v in it John Petro a Pioneer Farmer living in Jennings township and about eighty years of age was immersed by elder life of the Dunkard can Rob sunday afternoon about one o clock in the River near the Railroad Bridge at East Connersville. The custom of the can Rob is that the candidate for baptism Kneel a the water facing the East and that the minister who has charge dips the body Forward submerging it three times afterwards saluting wit ii a kiss. A Large crowd witnessed the ceremony. Desanty is Millood deep. Ciran Liloon paeans a Clynn skin. No Beauty without it. C , Candy cathartic Dan your i Judd and a Ftp it clean by Titiro iii up the Lazy liver and driving Allim i Uritia from tiie Lidov. I5egin to Day to banish ii Noplos l , blotches blackheads and that icily bilious Komi Ilorion by taking Casi arts a Lio Auty for ten cents. All drug Gist a satisfaction guaranteed 10c, 25c, 60c. A. L. Scudder of Doniphan Nebraska an old a absorber to the times is relatives in tia county and shaking hands with old friends. Or. Scudder came to indu Ana to Settle no the business of Bis brother who was recently killed in a fire at Knightstown. He formerly was in business in this county. Or. Scudder was agreeably surprised with the remarkable growth of oor City since Bis last visit to Birteen years ago. How and it Teeth among to any Imich As to Han pc in Lif life and fact b Kline diseases cured that had been pronounced incurable or. G. A. Stilton. Merchant of Foley s kidney Core is meeting with wonderful Kuc Thavy i Here hat pronounced incurable i. Myself am Able to testify to it. Ment.,. My face to Day is a jiving picture of health and our a Lily cure has made it Auch 1 had suffered Twenty seven years with the i ease and to Day i fed ten years you incr than i did of be year to can obtain some wonderful certificates of its medical qualities Here boi int Many persons have kidney disorder of some sort and do not know it. They take All kinds of treatment for various sicknesses which Are Only the misunderstood symptoms of kidney disease without reaching the Root of their troubles. Foley s kidney cure unconditionally guaranteed to bring health to the kidney and throw ii them to the whole body. Try it to Day and so for your Money Back if it docs not cure. A simple test set aside a bottle of urine for twelve hours and if a sediment or settling occurs it is a sure Sijon of kidney or bladder disease. Banner Salve is the surest Safi st and quickest cure for piles. The first a i i cation will by iii a feel iii of co Niort you will be thankful or it is Ano Best for Burns and bruises cuts Aud corns Salt Rheum Tetter and All skin Diseati get a. Ruk a Alk us my Linnan a Asu South

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