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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - July 6, 1910, Connersville, Indiana A a Uliuli rown. A or. And mrs. Orlando Elliott and daughter Mary Agnes of ,ivi8ited Elijah Elliott and family several Days the past week. A Valari a Annatta and Lizzie Stethe guests of Laurel rela i nday and monday. Laid mrs s. J. Murray spent with mrs. The. Massey at ier Iville. Feb e Gray of Harrisburg spent sinday with his Mother mrs. Lizzie right. Ii airs. Maude sheets of Connere visited her Parent John of Harry and wife the past Wem. Or. And mrs. Henry Hilbert and daughter Gertrude of Connersville and John Almeroth and daughters of Indianapolis spent the fourth with John Hilbert and wife. Irma Jackson returned Home thursday after a pleasant visit with relatives at Metamora. James Guerin and family of Connersville spent sunday with friends Here. Rachel Rowe visited her sister Marie at Glenwood several Days the past week. Or. And mrs. Orville Hood spent sunday with de Hood and family. Bert Murray of Connersville visited his parents or. And mrs. S. J. Murray sunday. Mrs. Will Meyers and children of Connersville Are visiting or. And i s. Dan King. Or. And mrs. Will Clifton and or. And mrs. Joe Clifton were guests of / or. And mrs. Ben Ball sunday. Scott and de Michener of con a Ner Svilis. Wore Here Between trains monday. Or. And mrs. B. F. Fisher daughter Ruby and son Frank Essie Nan. Ralli Slusser and Chester Trdy were pleasantly entertained or. And mrs. Clia Rieb Hardy a. R. 1111 quot frs. Andrew Horning and Ildren of Connersville and amiss Annie Clifton of Morristown spent saturday with will Clifton and family. Or. Aud mrs. Aloi Izo Brumfiel and daughter Chira or. And mrs. Clarence Jackson and son lather Janis Handley and mrs. Ola Smullen it re guests of or. And mrs. Oliver Bruit feel sunday. Joe Clifton and family returned to their Home at Indianapolis monday after a pleasant visit to or. And mrs. Will Clifton. Or. And mrs. Will Fox and daughter of East Connersville mrs. Wolf and mrs. Stewart of Piqua Ohio spent the fourth with b. F. Fisher a and family. Mrs. Grac Hays of Indianapolis came saturday to visit for a few Days with relatives. Quite a Shower of birthday Post cards was sent from Brownsville saturday by relatives and friends to mrs. Sarah Leonard of Gas City who is now the guest of her daughter mrs. P. B. Nye of Liberty. Mrs. Cappa Kaufman was visiting relatives and shopping at Connersville saturday Rev. G. L. Mann of Shelbyville filled his appointment at the c. U. Church sunday and preached both morning arid evening. Rev. Or. Wilf of Troy Ohio will preach in the cd Church next sunday july 10, both morning and evening. The Brownsville be s. Will hold a lira yer service at the Home of or. And mrs. Ben Thomas thursday evening july 7th, a or. And mrs. Allie Showalter of the. It. Pleasant Vicinity attended Church services Here sunday and were the guests of w. J. Knott and wife. C., h. Amp d. Station at Brownsville has since july 1st, three Telegraph operators each serving eight in the hours. T. Boggs agent. Of sunday morning when or Thompson quot of Liberty and his father were returning Home in a buggy the horse stumbled and All fell Down a High fill just East of Brownsville. One of the men was bruised and Cut about the head and face. The horse was slightly injured. Considering the locality where the Accident occurred it is remarkable that All were not fatally Hurt. Mrs. T. W. Mcintosh recently had a pleasant Call from Joseph Levis ton of st. Louis mo., his sister mrs. Henry Sanders of Indianapolis and their Mother mrs. Cynthia Leviston of Liberty. Leviston and Vicinity. Mrs. R. Beeson of Indianapolis visited with mrs. Julia Mason and mrs. Gladys Jones tuesday afternoon. R. W. Henry and Little daughter and mrs. Jesse Chrisman spent sunday afternoon with the latter s brother David Price and family of Alquina. Or. And mrs. Emmett Burr a were passengers sunday morn Rig to Louisville ky., where they spent the fourth with Phil Goodman and family. They returned Home tuesday. Or. And mrs. Charles guard spent sunday with the latter s parents or. And mrs. Lon Allison. Mrs. Julia Mason visited her granddaughter mrs. Ida Powell near Bentonville thursday. Or. And mrs Edgar Thomas entertained several cd their friends on the fourth. Brownsville. K or. And mrs. A. B. Scotten of Indianapolis were Here a part of last afternoon also some original poetry the Glenwood correspondent has been resting it would seem. Readers of the news Are clamouring for items from our Little City and As we Are having Many quot things doing quot we ought really to be heard from. The Public ditch has become almost a thing of the past and the crushed Stone Road is progressing Fine and the newest thing is the City dads quot met last night and ordered everything on wheels off the sidewalk. We do not know whether people with wheels in their head quot Are allowed on the or not. Charles Lester of Ada Ohio and James Rusk Are the night men at the c. H. Amp d. Station Jesse Cregor returned to Indianapolis wednesday evening after a Short visit with relatives and friends. Miss Eudora Shortridge entertained several Young lady friends recently. Mrs. Anne Ochiltree and daughter mrs. Hypatia Pyle and mrs. Dell Dunn entertained several lady friends wednesday. Avery Putman and family of in Diana Solis Are visiting their parents Here. A Sei vices for sunday Are As follows in the m. E. Church sunday school in the morning at 9l45, followed by pro aching. Epworth league 6 45, followed by preaching 7 30. A Welcome to All. Rev. S. Black. Or. And mrs. Alex Brown delightfully entertained about thirty relatives and friends tuesday. It Vas also in the nature of a Surprise. They were not expecting so Many guests. Among those present were mrs. Brown s five Sisters and brother. And any one who has Ever been fortunate enough to eat with mesdames Brown Kinder Ficklin Mcconnel and ried know just what Good things the table was groaning under. Music was enjoyed in the respond to Blue eyes. Quot every Little while physio Louisj s come to the front with some accruing to people who have Blue eyes quot said the cite Salesman quot Ell. I discovered a Point that they have never mentioned. A jeweler told me. Lie is manager of the Jeweh a department of a big Stor. I applied to him for a situation for my wife s Cousin. A quot what s the color of her eyes Fae asked. Quot Brown i said. Quot bring her Down and i will take a look at her he said but i am afraid she won t do. People with a certain Shade of Blue eyes Mae the Best jewelry salesmen. Many customers who buy jewelry want some one to try it on so they can get the effect of the stones when worn. There is something about deep Blue eyes that brigs out the Best lights in most jewels. Take notice and you will find that two thirds of the jewelry salesmen in new York have times. Blue eyes quot a new York. Stingy Queen Bess. Every one who Ever did anything for Queen Bess seems to have been left with a bad debt on his books. So we find an unfortunate John Conley writing to sir Robert Cecil that for the last two years he had been suitor for �100 for quot Beeves for the army quot and complaining that quot unless some order be taken i shall be undone quot sir Edward Hastings. After spending his life in serving the Queen had to Pawn his wife s jewels and beg her majesty quot to bestow something upon me in this my latter age quot so badly was the Fleet that beat the Armada provisioned that Francis Drake had to seize at Plymouth ninety bags of Rice and the unfortunate owner after ten years waiting was refused payment quot Rice being an extraordinary Victual not allowed for the nor did common soldiers fare better. The chief anxiety of All Elizabeth s ministers ought in her View to have been How to save most Telegraph. Eating for the love of it. Pawlow was Given epicureanism in eating Strong scientific support and Many of Horace Fletcher s ideas find orthodox justification. The first Rule of dietetic conduct according to Fletcher is to eat Only when one is hungry and to eat Only the things from which one anticipates enjoyment. He also teaches that one must eat in the Way that gives the greatest sensual pleasure that is by thorough chewing and tasting also serenity of mind. Pleas it surroundings at a meal congenial friends pleasurable conversation in fact everything that adds to enjoyment aids . In other Woi is the process of digestion a Beautiful illustration of the influence of mind upon matter. The inspiring stimulus is not mechanical but psychic. The prelim Nai essential to the orderly assimilation of food is the keen desire for s Magazine. A paradoxical River. On the african Shore near the Gulf of Aden and connecting the Lake of assail with the main Ocean May be found one of the most wonderful Rivers in the world. This curiosity does not flow to but from the Ocean toward Inland. The surface of like Assal itself is nearly too feet below a the mean tide and it is fed by this paradoxical River which is about Twenty two Miles in length. It is highly probable that the whole Basin which the Lagoon partly Falls was once an Arm of the sea which Bec Arhe separated therefrom by the Duning of Loose Sand. The info Vitug River has a limited volume. Being fullest of course at High tide and has filled the Basin to such an extent that evaporation and Supply exactly balance each other. His maternal Gravid a. A devoted father after a Day s absence was met by his two Little sons. Quot have you been Good boys quot silence. Quot have you been Good boys quot quot no. Papa i called grandma a bad word quot said five year old turning Scarlet. Quot is it possible what did you Call your grandma a quot quot i called her a human the father with a mighty Effort maintained his Gravity and closed the scene decorous by. Quot i must forgive Yoti for once but remember if you Ever Call your grandmother a human being again i shall have to spank he change of a the period Nyhen British Columbia was the Reade nine of withdraw from the Dominion of Canada because the Carnarvon settlement had been ignored by the Mackenzie administration the late lord do eff Rin took i Art in a Public function in Queen a. While the procession was moving through the principal streets a gentleman breathless with excitement hurried up to Bis excellency s Carriage to say a quot rebel quot arc bad been placed across the Road 80 As to identify the Viceroy with the approval of the disloyal inscription thereon. Quot can you Tell me what words there Are on the Arch quot quietly asked Duffer i. Quot of yes / replied his in dormant quot they Are Carnarvon terms or separation quot quot Send the committee to commanded his excellency. Quot now gentlemen quot said he. With a smile to the committee quot re go under your Beautiful Arch on one condition. 1 won t ask you to do much and 1 beg but a trifling favor. 1 merely ask that you alter one better in your motto. Turn the s into an re make it Carnarvon terms or reparation a and i will gladly pass under it quot the committee yielded and eventually Dufferin contrived to smooth Over the Dif Licul Les and to reconcile the malcontents. Odd Street names. In Cle Kenwell. England there is a Street called pickled egg walk. It takes its name from pickled egg tavern which formerly stood there and made a specially of serving pickled eggs. An interesting London thoroughfare is hanging sword Alley which is mentioned in Dickens quot tale of two London has also Pickle her ring Street. In Leicester is a Street called the holy Bones and another called Gallows tree Gate Hull has a Street with the extraordinary name the land of Green Ginger. Corydon has a Street named pump pail and there some years ago lived Peter Pottle. A dealer in furniture. The most daring of farce writers might Well have hesitated to invent a combination of name and address so improbable As that which really belonged to Peter Pottle of pump James Gazette. Squaring the Circle. The origin of the pro Blein squaring the Circle is almost lost in the mists of Antiquity but there is a record of an attempted quadrature in Egypt 500 years before the exodus of the jews. There is also a claim according to hone that the problem was solved by a discovery of hip probates the Geometric Ian of chios not the physician-500 b. A. Now the efforts of Hippocrates were devoted toward converting a Circle into a Crescent because he had found that the area of a figure produced by drawing two perpendicular Radii in a Circle is exactly equal to the Triangle formed by the line of Junction. This is the famous theorem of the quot Lunes of Hippocrates quot and is. Like Glauburg s salts out of the philosopher s ston an example of the useful results which follow a search for the unattainable. Quot a lady came into my store lately and said quot i have been using a new perfection Oil Cook stove All Winter in my apartment. I want one now summer Home. I think these Oil stoves Are wonderful. If Only women knew what a Comfort they Are they would All have one. I spoke about my stove to a lot of my friends and they were a stoic shed. They thought that there was smell and smoke from an Oil stove and that it heated a room just like any other stove. I told them of my experience and one after another they got one Aid now not one of them would give hers up for five times its Cost quot the lady who said this had thought an Oil stove was All right for quickly heating milk for a baby or boiling a Kettle of water or to make Coffee quickly in the morning but she never dreamed of using it for difficult of heavy cooking. Now she knows. Do you really appreciate what a new perfection Oil Cook stove Means to you ? no More Coal to carry no More coming to the dinner table so tired out that you can t eat. Lust Light a perfection stops and immediately the feat from an intense Blue flame shoots up to the Bottom of pot Kettle or oven. But the room in t heated. There is no smoke no a Mell no outside beat no Drudgery in the it Chen where one of these stoves is used. Wic14 Blue r i. A Ivi k Oil Cook stove it has a Cabinet top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot. The Nickel finish with the Bright Blae of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental and attractive. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3-Bamer to Tom can be had with or without Cabinet. Every dealer everywhere if not at Youra write for Decarl Tive circular. To the nearest Agency of the Standard of company Lacon Ponita stars of the Arena Constellation of Aerial sate ites with Hagen Heck Vallace shows. Stated a fact. Quot do you see the horizon yonder where the sky see is to meet the Earth a quot quot yes. quot boy 1 have journeyed so near there that i could t put a Between my head and the quot of Uncle what a whopper quot quot it s a fact Iny iad. 1 had t one to s weekly. Power of imagination. Quot the imagination is wonderful quot said a College professor. "1 know a Chicago Man who wont last summer to Asbury i Ark. He in a quaint Way proved my Point. He did t reach Asbury Park till 10 o clock at night and. Very tired he turned in at once. As he settled his head comfortably on the Pillow he said to his wife a a listen to the Thunder and Hiss of the surges. Maria. 1 Haven t heard that glorious sound for forty years. No More in Sonuia now quot quot and. Indeed for the first time in three Mouths the Man slept like a log. But when he awoke in the morning he found that the uproar which had lulled him to sleep was rhe noise of a garage i the rear of the hotel. The sea was Over a mile a Detroit free press. Runciman and Henley. It is related that shortly after Runciman the Well known writer on seafarers and smugglers and poachers had bitterly fallen out with w. E. Henley he Lay dying in i Ondon. To Henley in Edinburgh lame and ill. Came an indirect that Runciman believed that it Henley would come and look on him he would get Well. It was a dying Man s . But Henley took the train from Edinburgh and arrived in London to and his Friend dead. If week the guests of. The latter s Mother mrs. Huldah trembly. De v. Hauss wife and son Irwin a came up in their Auto from Cincinnati Friday and were the guests of mrs. Hauss s brother b. G. Stevens and family. Chas. Conner purchased a car Load of cattle at Indianapolis last week quot. A number of Brownsville people i attended the funeral of James Ryan i a at Liberty last thursday. Or. Rya was born and reared Here but had been living at Peoria Illinois for the a past 18 years. Mrs. D. V. Spivey had a serious attack of heart trouble last saturday us spent the week s end with or. Morning and mrs. Arthur Reynolds by mrs. Eva Rietl who is very Clever along that line. After very pleasant Good byes the company departed feeling they had spent a delightful Day together. I mrs. Bert Chew who has been i very sick with heart trouble is not improving As her friends Wisla. J mrs. Catherine Wardwell and i daughter Grace who have been at Rockwood sanitarium since March Are Home on a ten Days visit. F. E. Pelham has a new soda Fountain in his drug store. This is quite a treat to people in Glenwood. Or. And mrs. Elmire of Indian Apo an unnecessary system. Quot you ought to have a burglar alarm system in your House quot said the electrical Supply agent quot so that you will be awakened if n burglar one of the windows or opens a door at quot no burglar can get in hero while we Are peacefully. replied or. New Poi. Quot we Are weaning our a Chicago record Hera id. Notable exceptions. Mrs. Bloo bumper yes everybody always ready to give advice. Bloo bumper there Are . Quot Are Tipiere quot quot yes doctors and lawyers quot the lessons of life Are lost if they do not impress with the necessity of making ample allowances for the immature conclusions of others. Under the spell. Dash away few Short hours ago 1 was sitting with a Giri telling her she was the Only one in All the world 1 Ever loved and so Forth. Cloverton a and she believed you did t she quot How could she help it Why i believed it without trimmings. Payne an examiner at Cambridge University Whoso Jne it ions were always of a peculiarly exasperating nature once asked a student at a special examination to quot give a Deal Netlon of quot an exemption from Payne quot was the reply. Setting her right mistress a so you want to leave Maryv with what motive Are you leaving Cook it Ain t a motive mum it s a policeman a Boston courier. Fame. Quot Why Are statues erected to famous men. Father quot said a child. Quot so that they May become known dear quot was the . Who by aspersions throw a Stone at the Bead of others hit Belr Herbert. A genuine Surprise is in store for those who profess to have knowledge of who is who in the circus world when the Hagenbeck Wallace shows which exhibit Here tuesday july 19, erect their enormous tents. They will find this wonderful moving City of enchantment a big Factor to be reckoned with in All future deductions and by process of elimination undoubtedly place them in the first ranking position among the big ones in the tented Field. From a combined circus and trained wild animal show they have become a Many featured Gigantic amusement Enterprise which in breath of scope and from the standpoint of originality of Conception is without counterpart in the world today. In the first place there is a circus a a Large modern three ring circus a equally As Large without its Auxin Ary attractions As any other show of similar character and with the advantage of presenting new faces and new acts that have never been Seel Bel Ore. The circus performances Are As Complete and perfect As brains capital ingenuity and Talent can make them. Three Hundred artists of Boih sexes and with International reputations represent every known class of arsenic performers and each and every one is a Star in his or her respective line. There Are companies and troupes of aerialist and acrobats equestrians and Equilio brits. There Are premiers and Cory Pees in dancing divert sements and artistic ensembles inspiring and Beautiful tournaments and thrilling races. A constant quest for Novelty has been prodigiously fruitful of results with the consequence that there Are presented More startling so called feature performances than have Ever been seen before. An interesting adjunct is the wonderful trained wild beast exhibition which Forns an important part of j this Many featured Enterprise. Here i to fore without alluring aids this trained wild animal organization has j divided attention with the largest travelling tented amusement enter i l rises and indelibly impressed itself i on the Public mind As the most re-1 a i exhibition of the Chin ter Ever presented. There Are Start j Ling new groups and sensational sur a Prises in these trained wild animal j performances which have never been equated for daring and originality. Among the Many actors of the animal kingdom Are african Lions Bon i Gal tigers tis resses Polar bears leopards pumas and zebras. Bethe morning after township property notice is hereby Given that i As trustee of Connersville school township of Payette county Indiana on thursday july 28, 1910, at ten o clock a. M., will offer for Sale at Public auction to the highest and Best bidder and for not less than two thirds appraised value at trustee s office the following property belonging to Connersville school township to wit one Frame school building and out buildings in school District no. 7, in Connersville school township Fayette county Indiana. The terms of the Sale Are Cash reserving the right to reject any and All bids. Dated this 27th Day of june 1910. Ambrose Elliott trustee Connersville school township Fayette county Indiana do un2 9,j uly6,13 wk-july6,13,2 0 m i i of too Undt quot nyx Ipp Mcl Jolo big four route a a two a Jull information in pamphlet form can be sides these Many european Novelty exhibitions and Oriental expositional features that in themselves would compose several Ordinary tented organizations Are presented for the delectation and amusement of the circus Loving Public. Ajim Jel tries Vei a sore but $200,000 Richer. Reno nev., july 5.�?Richer by nearly two Hundred thousand dollars than he was before he signed the articles to fight yesterday s Battle Jeffries awoke to Day painfully stiff and with his face and head still swollen and discoloured. Corps of rubbers massaged Jeffries but it will require some time to get his fact into its former condition. An Eye is in very bad shape. With All he was cheerful but mrs. Jeffries sobbed every time the Liht was mentioned. It is estimated to Day that fully half a million dollars changed hands on the result of the fight in Reno and hundreds Are stranded. The winners continued their hilarious orgy All through the Hight and to Day. Quot poor old Jeff quot is the slogan heard everywhere. It is reported to Day that Johnson landed a blow in the second round which caused Jeff to be partially paralysed on the right Side. His vision avas so affected that part of the time he saw two negroes instead of one before him. Jeff retains his great popularity. He has cancelled his theatrical engagements and will go Back to the Alfalfa farm. A Sinesi obtained from ticket agent. I. P. Of i36�?n. Be i

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