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Connersville Evening News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Connersville, Indiana Age six. Connersville evening news saturday november 3,1917. T t t t t j t t t t t t t t t t or t t t t t t t a t t t t t t t t t t t a special showing of quot Fine furs quot monday and tuesday november 5 and 6 we will have on display manufacturers Sample assortment of All that is new and Good in Fine furs. Muffs and neck pieces of every kind. T t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t j t t a t 1 Shelby does nos in the Way of subscription to the y. M. C. A. Company drilling is the Call to which spectators by thousands answer Camp Shelby is practically Complete in equipment. Camp Shelby miss., nov. 2. Age Eirea Esia mined German statement does not state the reason for the Man Euver French aviators take reprisals for some of the German atrocities artillery is still talking loudly. This will be a splendid Opportunity if you Are interested in Fine furs a Over 200 pieces to select from. Three Kentucky officers were ordered today to it. Sill okla., for instruction in artillery work. They left tonight and probably will be at it. Sill a month or six weeks. Captain Bain Morris quot Trench mortar Battery one Hundred and thir quot Teeth is ordered for instruction in Trench mortars. Lieutenant colonel Robert j. Mcbride of the one Hundred and thirty eighth Field artillery will take instruction in Light horse drawn Field artillery. Major Henry de Fard one Hundred and thirty ninth Field artillery will take instructions in heavy motor tractor artillery work f j Camp Shelby s contribution to the a a great car it sign before the y. M. C. A., in which it is planned to t prices Are very reasonable for dependable furs. Furs of Quality at reasonable prices. A raise a fund of $35,000,000 for use by this association in the promotion a of its work in the thirty two Camps and Cantonment throughout the United states started tonight for Indianapolis. The quot contribution quot f consisted of eight men leaders the quot a quot work Here at Camp. Camp Shelby practically is completed. It was stated today that the m x t x or Rai formally will be turned Over a to Uncle Sam As a Job completed within two weeks. East h evening the big Drill ground nearest division Headquarters Are Berlin via London nov. 2.�?tiic-germans have retreated from Points along the Chemin Des Dames in the Aisne sector of the front in France according to the German off Biol communication issued this evening. The communication gives no reason for the Man Euver but says it. Was made during thursday night systematically and without interference by the French troops. The text of the communication follows quot in Flanders there has been Lively artillery activity on the Yser. Quot unnoticed and undisturbed by the enemy we systematically withdrew our lines from the Hilly front of the Chemin Des Dames last night quot our airmen successfully attacked London and English coastal towns wednesday underwear for women and Chil Rentko on i Usu Woart hat his a Atura spectators while the men it Are put through inspection guard local and personal mrs. It. A. Smelser visited relatives in Glenwood last evening. Vars. Anna b. Baker will return to the bedside of her Mother in Lawrenceburg monday after having Leen called Here by the illness of her laughter in Law mrs. Clarence Baker. Or. And mrs. John Stone and daughter miss Vera will motor to now Salem tomorrow and spend the Day with or. And mrs. Chester Williams. .lir,."? Grace Runyan a student in Derb Shire is ill at his Homo Miami University at Oxford Ohio on wet twelfth Street arrived last evening for a Brief visit wit i her , Frank Runyan of Street. Or. And mrs. West twelfth rally mrs. D. J. Burgoyne. Who has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Earl Gibson and family of Gray courts for several weeks left today for Hei Day at main Street sunday Home in Buffalo new York she school november 4th. At 9 15 a. M. Social program. Everybody come. F2t mrs. G. W. and sen. Edward were the guests of Cincinnati friends today. Or. Ansted who has been spending two at Frenchi Kevill join them a Cincinnati and Rei urn with them. 1 i i i 1 specials m toni by Only r quot Large size heavy Wool Nap edges silk finish our Best $5.00 value. From 7 to 10 p. M. Only pair $2.75 comforters tonight $4.00 comforters tonight $4.50 comforters tonight $8.50 Wool and Fibre 9x12 rugs tonight s special Only 8 layer All Felt $1.98 $2.98 $3.50 $5.95 f i i ? 1 2 was accompanied As far As Cincinnati by mrs. Gibson who spent the Ciao with friends there. Administrators a ale of Verner s. Road Dies . 1917, at 10 o clock a. Ni., at late residence % mile ast of Haj s. Above estate win sell 8 hours Sci 5 cattle 12 Lier Shire How include Init i Oak p is Oats Rye Hay and 32 acres Itou ing Corn. Mount and company drills. The various outfits attract wide attention daily by their Fine appearance and the smoothness with which they now Are executing the commands of their Otic cars. Paris nov. 2.�?French aviators took reprisal last night for the recent German air raid Over Dunkirk the War office announced today seventeen French planes heavily bombed Essenburg and Baden other French Squadrilli dropped bombs Over the Mulheim and thion Ville stations and the Schles Stadt aerodrome and the Ussach Muni Ilion depot. Ten German air planes were brought Down yesterday by the French or compelled to land in damaged condition the War office announces. The artillery Battle continues on the Aisne front. German attacks at several Points were repulsed. Lafollette takes overhand fallout at the men who a lipped a fellow pacifist. Washington nov. 2. Senator la ort2g,27,nov2,3,5,c Follette made Public tonight a let in he had written to the Rev. Her Otto liking and son Alden Bert s. By amp Elow the Cincinnati o. Aidian Pohs who have been Virit preacher recently whipped by a mob ing the former s parents or. And alleged disloyal expressions. Mrs George Murray at metamorr., the senator denounced the whipping tor the past Lew Days will spend t ii a., an attack upon the Liberty of evening with or. And mrs. Hary even y citizen of this Republic quot and Martindale of Eastern Avenue oct Aid that if quot As press reports Indi lore returning Home. Cate quot officials charged with the and mrs. Sarah fruity at eternal repose rites conducted from the residence yesterday. A a ministration of Justice failed in their re a a Tartt Ai or hit i Means would be found to a three weeks. I unmask and punish those who made splendid results in the Relief of. The attack. Kidney and. Madder troubles Are being achieved by Foley kidney pills. Mrs. Effie e. Kle i Averill minn., writes quot i was at Fargo sanitarium for three weeks at one time and two weeks another time for rheumatism 5 and kidney trouble and got no Relief. On my return Home i began uni Foley kidney pills and found imme 45 lbs. Pure / layer Felt. These mattresses Are built layer after Layre not stuffed. Our Best .$15 value i t ? ? ? ? Germin full of alcohol a Bond Petersburg ind., nov. 2.�?a Ger Diate Relief. A bottle completed the i years old and Well educated cure they take away the aches i says in name is Robert erd and i Ains strengthen weak backs was arrested by sheriff Peter r. Miller last night. He is alleged to have broken into or. D. W. Bell s office at Algiers six Miles East of Here. It was stated he stole All the alcohol in the office and became drunk. His arrest followed. On his person was found a copy of the Milwaukee Zeitung with a number or articles clipped out. The county Council of i Efen Sce has notified the Federal government of Erdman s arrest. He refuses to discuss his Case. A drive out stiffness and soreness x and relieve bladder tro bibles too. Sold everywhere. $10,75 see our new line of bedroom s for Pathe phonographs and Pathe records. Y ? ? y t y a y i i Start tomorrow and keep it up every morning get in the habit of drinking a Glass of hot water before breakfast. The funeral rites for mrs. Sarah Foutty were held at her late residence at the Corner of eighth and ried streets at two thirty o clock yesterday afternoon. The science service was conducted Everett Lov e of a coating As the Reader. Near friends and relatives of the deceased attended the rites. The bearers of the pall were Charles p. Bucher George Fries Lohn g. Lindh Charles Ford Werle Vincent and a. A. Hotchkiss. Interment was made in the Dale cemetery. Y of exp eci Mere Comfort in Athena than in Ether bag like underwear because Athenia 13 shaped in the making to it the form without stretching. Athena underwear More than meets your . You feel comport and Freedom of movement such As you never a nov before. Try a suit of Athena underwear. Learn by actual is to Prience what underwear Comfort really Means. Athena costs no More than the other bag like kind step in today and get a suit of Athena. It will Tell you Llic Surv of Comfort better than we can. A sizes weights and qualities. A claimed Louis Keller As its victim yesterday Lind came after a lingering illness a also family tie final kites. Found Between Walls of Rush building of a landmark l a cover a a Gie Vironie i e in perhaps Hunt lid years old. T be Kokomo boy scout my i a medal Kokomo ind., nov. 2.�?John Thompson 13 years old established an enviable record for himself in the recent Liberty loan Bond Campaign Selling $7,100 Worth of the certificates. He is a contender for the National medal offered the boy scout Selling the greatest number of Bonds. The boy scouts Here sold a total of $9,765 Worth of the Bonds. We re not Here Long so let s make our stay agreeable. It us live Well eat Well digest Well work Well sleep Well and look Well what a glorious a condition to attain and yet How very % easy it is if one will Only adopt the x if Oming inside Bath. Folks who Are accustomed to feel x full and heavy when they arise split a ting headache Stuffy from a cold foul y Tongue Nasty breath acid stomach can instead feel As fresh As a Daisy program. The following program will be Given at the main Street sunday school sunday november 4th, at 9 15 o clock song choir. Prayer. Solo miss Helen Thomas. Lesson study. Secretary s report. Flag song children. Reading Mack lines. Duet mrs. James Steele and mrs. Vern lines. Reading mrs. Quincy Sherry. Piano Solo mrs. Chester Hollings Worth. Announcements. Song choir. Benediction. Long fall. It. Vernon inu., nov. 2.�?herman Mills Paugh 27 years old a City mail Carrier Here fell forty feet from a Pecau tree today and was killed instantly. La his plunge he struck a Little girl breaking her leg. Or. Millspaugh called to a Friend that he was dizzy and the next instant he fell. The widow and one child survive. Louis Keller died at his Homo 2 52 Center Street at five o clock yest Day afternoon after a protracted illness. Or. Keller under ent an operation at the Fayette sanitarium several months ago and not for a Long time before and never since has his health been Good. The deceased was fifty years of age. Or. Keller was the son of John and Wilhelmina Keller and was born in new York state october 12, 18 o7. He had been a resident of Conners Ville however for Many years. He was employed As a Cabinet maker before his ii Jess overtook him. His Mother with one brother John Keller and Sisters mrs. Fred Summers and miss Estella Keller All of this City survive him with Tho widow and one daughter. Miss Violet. The funeral services a ill be held monday afternoon at Tavvo o clock at the residence and interment to made in the Dale Demetei y. John Mcdowell will visit friends in Richmond tomorrow. Baudette monday and tuesday matinee monday the famous Aramus pogrom Billie Burke in her famous mystery Story quot tie mysterious miss Terry admission 10 and 20 cents this includes War tax. A Akk a a Khz a by opening the sluices of the system each morning and Flushing out tha whole of the internal poisonous stagnant matter. Everyone whether ailing sick or Well should each morning before breakfast drink a Glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of Limestone phosphate in it to Wash from the stomach liver and bowels the previous Day s indigestible waste sour bile and poisonous toxins thus cleansing sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary canal before putting More food into the stomach. The action of hot water and Limestone phosphate on an empty stomach is wonderfully in vibrating. It cleans out All the sour fermentation gases waste and acidity and gives c a a splendid appetite for breakfast. While you Are enjoying your breakfast the water and phosphate is quietly extracting a Large volume of water from the blood and getting ready for a thorough Flushing of All the inside organs. The millions of people who Lare bothered with constipation bilious spells stomach trouble others who hate Sallow skins blood disorders and sickly complexions Are urged to get a Quarter Pound of Limestone phosphate from the drug store. This will Cost very Little but is sufficient to make anyone a pronounced Crank on the subject of inside hat blog before break fast pumpkin pie Market next Satur Day november 10th, in Thompson s window. Also other eatables. Re i it us Licati City ticket for mayor Charles r. Rider. City clerk Mccormick. Fat i Ltd wid j. Edw. For i Ola m. Treasurer Impleman. For conc in at Large two to elect Frank b. Tingle. Morris it engr. For con cumans first Ward t. E. Joe Moffett. For com Cilman second Ward Grundy Veatch. For Cona Cilman third Ward. Charles Wiker. For Council Many von Rob Ward Clarence e Norton. Public Sale dates. Monday november 5th. John d. Retherford will hold a Stock Sale. Tuesday november g. Oscar Millspaugh will hold a Large farm Sale on the Cory farm 7 Miles North of Brookville. Monday november 19. J a. Widdows will have a Large farm Sale. Wednesday november 28. Herbert Rose will hold a Large Dairy Sale near Fairfield. Traction company March 28, 1915. At a passenger service leave 6 15 8 30 7 00 3 00 t8 40 t4 40 9 00 5 00 �?�10 30 b6 30 11 00 7 00 18 30 8 30 1 00 10 30 Bill 00 b Rushville Only arrive 6 50 8 03 �T�8 48 10 17 to 30 13 17 a 48 2 17 8 48 4 17 fl>4 48 6 17 30 8 15 10 04 10 55 1 18 Tea Osheas Degiose m a Mumn Suie Indianapolis ind., november 2.�? the nominating committee for tha state teachers association tonight ii greed on the following ticket to be i acted tomorrow president Horace Ellis state superintendent Public instruction recording Secretary Harriet Mcclelian Mui Icie Secretary treasurer Charles o. Williams Richmond. A i solution will be presented tomorrow favouring the teaching of German and All foreign language in the Public schools. Rushville nov. 2.�?the , found Between the Walls of in old log House in Circleville last Woelck and thought at first possibly to lie tiit of a Man has since been Uia covered to to the Skeleton of a Monkey. In a few Days it will be in the window of one of the local drug stores for the Benefit of those who Are interested in seeing it. While tearing Down the log Cabin on Noah Matlock s place in Circleville last tuesday Charles Yoni discovered the queer Skeleton. The Cabin is no doubt the oldest House in the county and a it As once used As in old tavern. Muhm with goo he mum Amsterdam nov. 2.�?a Berlin a Spaich says Turat emperor William Lias telegraphed to general a it Pielow Coin amending t la troops on the italian front congratulations for his successes against Italy saying quot our faithless former ally has Peric need what German Stren tii and German Wrath can Mccoin Lish. A Vith Nie the fatherland thanks it incomparable sons. Forward with god quot emperor William also hns order Cal the hoisting of tags and the firing 01 salutes in Prussia and al acc Lorraine in Celebration of the victories Avon against the italians. Miss Francis Lewis will visit friends in Oxford Ohio sunday. A limited. T dispatch. Dark ,. Station Light face am. Express for delivery at bandied on All trains. Rex out debt pcs leave�?8 20 a.m., except sunday arrive�?6 25 a.m., except sunday auditorium starting tuesday night and All week Hassan s Bohemian girls musical comedy company 12�?people�?12 new songs new dances new jokes change of program each night with special photo plays. Admission 10 and 25 cents. This Price includes War tax

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