Crawfordsville Journal Dispatch in Crawfordsville, Indiana
23 Jul 1887

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23 Jul 1887

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Crawfordsville Journal Dispatch (Newspaper) - July 23, 1887, Crawfordsville, IndianaA Uka and no i to any one pay Cash and save from to $2 per week on Yoiiro Bills. <"11 i Nim it a is lbs Best roller a Ioir. lbs Bis roller a Ioir. 2."i lbs finest roil a Lour. 50 lbs Riih st roller our. .11 in i Ltd a a Tishi font bottle Lili Fuir. 5-< Ciu . Iii font package Bini see it i. 2.">-< int Etui Royal Bakrim Hgt Var. To Crit can Kuy in Baki Nii Powitt. A Keiit liar soil a. An Ologa it Japan. J m or .�1.5 a a .25 it is not Onk n few Good we sell cheap but our Biju c Izaj it Groc Ries and by quot. For Ivy Niones. Rokl to Date. Conc and but disc hes it voc on tic bargains in furniture for to Davs. Whole line. Go where Vou can six v Quick meal gasoline stoves Market. We Are Ofie Riny arc i Barnhill Hornaday amp picket irl the pantry with time comes changes Siulc Lieut. Lori i Ami in Dutiful tit v i flan it Rovt. Quality will always Tell _ los r. Iosty Uris Van silk Kuit Nurs on a re ii or Mirin kure Ltd of. afternoon. By Uii Vint the Sinic. At this Offiel or at m. W. Hrs not r. Of ire the Finci t win in lib rail . Tiie i Gnu a it Viboit i a i ver. it,Iht--.\ a lain Pold Bracelet. R Mew Here on main the or Between main strict in it i Wab Asli Avenue or Walnut a invt. Fin Clor will Oil am Nonni to this office a to set Reward. Fok wet ,4i Avenue 4 rooms Kitchen. Wolt Alhi . Ii ill order. Omo Sile the Iiron Nisei of 1. Hunter or at Liis Oli Ioc. Always Tell of Quality. We Wnnie to this time Call wanted. a of oof in a Oil on mrs. K. A i Jetterson Star i t.-. Attention to the most i Milete line of Alisa Lutell Jii ire spices in Crau Cail ai5 i examine use a re in be it in Bitely. Bolln. Corner of Wal to Iem font it vile and Conidia re Tipeni wit i tie spices Vou have been using Ami you will vie convinced. .\1so our cakes and crackers in it a the noted ii Akers. It tavi urd tav in. Of Ian it Field. Hilo. Uliey consist of Tiina r quot naps. Animal cakes Kiiji Cottee v juin les Iloner Lumsde tel a to bind your Malra in ii. Law or n is Zicai Jonir nails or a a Riim Micals of any kind. Call at this Ollice for rates on such work. 1701. old i,, x at Ellis of ioe. For Sale. E cents in a in Ciu 8.vhf.--c no new dancer Kashae stove share. Heap quot All and at Ian a Cert soil Liard a l Einon wafers. I retells soda biscuit. Crack knew a Etc. Etc. Tie fruit by. Bayless ten cent Hack evil. Hin t. Ail trains or make of the City for Calisto any part to i no a Bao of Aoe 15 a iii a. i it gift at Joe Taylor a in it is Orin a or by tee a hone will Neive prom it attention. The railroads Monon route. Tii inc Ortii a a a if mail p. M., except sunday Nihl Eljin is a i a. Was freight 1 4 l. Ii. Polho South a fait mail 1 43 p. A i capt Sanday night express i a i a. M., daily Way fun she -.3 a. Vast Aida . and , a m express in or p in. Accommodation l j in. 1u�j a in. Eire so 5 .">5 p a ii comm a lotion. 12 to. I., b. 4 a no. 1, 9 in it a. A. Daily. No. A a. U., daily. No. 5, 1 40 p. In., daily except sunday. Cd Oino a it a no. Quot i i 3� i p. M., daily. No. 4 2 Jav i. M., lib Day. No. 0, s 47 a. In. Daily except to and ii. The City. To he a s be tel for la report. Kor Indiana fair weather and the ii Hrisi Turc. Geo. W. A successor to Gilill is Ron in it Jer be mkt in la Kinos of c i Coke am and kinds of glazed sewer pipe fire Brick Lime i Cement Etc. In la Lee and Yards Southeast Corner Market and Walnut streets. They list. I Hillips a Cocoa in iii lii. He Ike it Smith s i Hari Juicy. Syrup a neat store it is the Reid Park of every it it by that the Sti get a front Rik try Sture is the neatest Aud it Uius pm ice ili the City. Of the jmj Praetor be. Jis up has lick in Makini and Infin talk Ini its pre edit tid Liness and Sellon ii oods Sor less Money than any boil a he will Bave tie we in Heve he will v nother car Load of Turnbull wagons just Norri ved in Cohoon a Fisher s. Kuy the it. Crawfordsville ind. Hong Guay s laundry 119 South Green Street next door to journal Otloe. Is still the most popular laundry in the City. Prices Are reasonable ivs Good Woik can be done for and he sends i it it Noth info but first class work. Miss Mary a Dodd still retains Trio position of a lady and will a Nar Anteo each customer satisfaction. The Sowers Kethion. The reunion of the sex soldiers of the old eighth District at this City on the 19th, Aud 31st of september promises to be the largest gathering Ever held in the county. The executive committee is hard at work getting affairs into shape to make the occasion a Success in every respect. It realizes that it has a vast amount of third work in hand and in View of this fact it asks Aud expects the Hearty co operation of All the people not Only of sex soldiers but of those who wore not soldiers men women and children. This is a Montgomery county Alfau and one in which the Pride and patriotism of All the people should be enlisted. When the committee shall Call upon the people soliciting subsistence to feed the boys during the three Days they will be in Cami it Here let them from their abundant stores contribute liberally and Unstine Teddy. The commit Ltd will want about eleven on foot one from each township three thousand chickens and everything in proportion. Montgomery county should not be behind her sister counties in Sci hospitality to the boys of quot tilt. We believe she will be equal to the emergency. . Tic ii Tuaua so motor. Tom Nichols of since making his records As a Swift bicycle has been dubbed by the Wheeling fraternity the Indiana the wheelman s record published at Indi uti Apolis contains the following notice from a Detroit correspondent Tom b. Nicholson will return to Detroit about August 1, where he will spend several Days As the guest of the Star club. Tom has made hosts of friends Here even among Crank riders by his quiet unassuming Mann i he resembles George Weber in More ways than one. And if he Don t make Luite As Good time As that King of Star riders used to do he is Gelting there just the this is Only one among a number of kind words said ii bout Tom in tie record. Whittaker when Here last full predicted a great future for him. And his prediction has already become True. Ave double it. Colfax courier a a the Crawfordsville Journa Udosen t speak Virv flattering by of the cooking ability of some of the Young ladies of that City. The Young ladies while sojourning in the country made a cake and it not having the desired flavor they threw it out to the chickens. The fowls devoured it greedily and soon the ground was strewn with the dead and dying. We will Wager that Colfax girls can make cake that won t kill chickens our fair the Montgomery county fair will begin on september a quot i. It is one of the first fairs in the country and the exhibition promises everything instructive entertaining and i leasing to see. Splendid races bicycle races Stock exhibitions and Many other special features will Combine to make the exhibition one of the finest Over witnessed in the county. The Ina nagers of our fair Are never behind in anything hence it is the largest and Best in the slate. Tot it Lind. Charlie Webster has the base Ball fever bail with a big b. He is at work now on a tax duplicate Union which the name of Ball occurred and this is what to wrote Ball bit 4u acres Kokonis to Crawfordsville i township list. I Iladel Yihia it Indianapolis to North Detroit 4, Chicago to Range 5, Frankfort 0, Crawfordsville 10, West. Out on bases 4." it took him two hours to Correct the Book. The to incr attire As tak it it a K. Kro Tiit Ihrck different Timi s the Day from Ltd it in a ther t . . It . I ill 7. Tri is 74 july. To a Luly .1 a a. To. July 111 ii i july i. Iti i Kuiv re. To s t 75 july i to us. 7� july i. To july i>1 it m july a. Lib a m july it. . 1 11 july 1 to it w 7.-> Juk i h., to quot st 7 i july lit. To i try july j 1. To july jul. Ltd j a Sivc. Of so Heilyn a Mellk a Hack Tufts thi a Kad in town no l in a i inic Vlf. They list. I Hillips a Cocoa in iii lii. He Ike it Smith s i Hari Juicy. Syrup be Jluis a s laundry. Softli Wishington Street opposite or. Duncan s. Good fluting a specially Shina quot quote pc a Oass in up uric undershirts5c a night shirt , per pairs hnodkbifhiofs.2c Lilios is. Per pair Csc the new store. Tii new dry a of Kis House of . Wilson a a a on. Opened this Vefik in the gliomas Tilous Istle a attraction now among tvs less to rises. The House keeps u full une of ladies shoes in Simiu quot. Everything elst usually found in a first Chiss dry Siire. Teing a str otly c ii suit ush i enl it is Able to it Seu go kids lower thai the lowest. Fruits full Kin sat the a ult ii Market milk Shak at the i Upton Market. Mutik shake heinous. At is doth a l narnia cd is de Baptist Basket Moet Ufi. The baptists will hold a Basket meeting at the shades of death on next sunday in this Mouth to which everybody is invited. There will be services in the morning and afternoon conducted by Rev. H. C. Calif Crawfordsville and Kev. L. F. Tia lev. Of Waveland and also at the Bank Hall at Waveland in the evening. The grounds will to free to All on that Day. A Crisli Sale. The Terre haute sex a says the Indianapolis journal of yesterday contained a statement that in the Jiu Chase of the t. H. Amp 1. The Ives Syndicate paid i4 i in Cash and gave c. H. To d. Stock As Security for the balance of the uni rehash Money. The express is reliably informed that this is not True. The Purchase Price was nearly All paid in Eash and or. Mckeen has t a cent s Worth of the c. H. Amp d. the wheat crop. The wheat crop of this county is better this season than it has a Chen for several years. All the wheat marketed in this City so far has been of an excellent it Quality and the careful tests usually applied to Grain Are almost entirely omitted this year. The acreage of wheat was Large and the yield a it or acre is much above the average. Tho evangelical meeting of the Cli Ristin Church at Colfax. Representatives from the Christian churches in this Boone and Clinton counties met at Colfax last thursday Aud organized the eleventh District of the three counties for evangelical purposes. Besides a Large representation from the churches quite a number of the Brethren and Sisters from Crawfordsville Frankfort and other Points were present. Rest. H. O. Smith state evangelist of Indianapolis revs. Ghent and Mckensie of Frankfort Rev. Kerr of a tie town Mccall me of Irvington j. A. Johnston of Darlington Rev. Hardee of Irvington t. H. Coon and j. P. Ewing of Crawfordsville were present. After some preliminary discussion a discourse was preached by Rev. Smith. A permanent organization was effected. J. P. Ewing was chosen president and a vice president from each county. Miss Kelley of Frankfort was elected Secretary with or. Palmer As her assistant t. H. Coon corresponding Secretary and or. Nevens of Thorntown treasurer. T. H. Coon reported a subscription of ?1, 2 w to begin with. J. A. Johnston was Ems Oloyed to begin the work on the first of september and give All his time in the three counties and another meeting will to held at Frankfort on sept. 0, at which time tho evangelist or. Johnston will to set to work. A Friendly . The Frankfort editors Hail from Parke county talks As follows quote. G. Wilson a Man for years past prominent intent in commercial and political circles of Parke county and whose excellent business qualities Ripe exit Prience and reputation for Square dealing and True manliness is Well known for Miles around Montezuma at which i place he carried on business has located in Crawfordsville. Where he will live the remainder of his life. He Haso Peu of a Large Stock of dry goods and with his three sons. Bob Jim Aud Harry will carry on business under the firm name of e. G. Wilson amp sons. We congratulate or. Wilson on his change of residence believing it the Wisest step he could have taken with the single exception of Frankfort it in our opinion being the Best place for business in All Hoosier Dom and though sorry he did not locate Here wish him a Long life of a it piness and Success in Crawfordsville. We cheerfully recommend him and his sons to the citizens of Montgomery county As men worthy their full co Clidence and Seaman s Model Ohice. The . has received from Frauk sea Iuan a neat Sample Book containing the faces of the Metal Typo in the Tribune Job office at Knoxville Tennessee of which he is in charge. The Type has evidently been selected by or. Seaman himself. As the lines displayed in the Book show to one who is familiar with his artistic taste and we have no doubt that to has the finest and most Complete Job office in the state of Tennessee. He is a born artist in theline of Prmt ing. There never has been in Crawfordsville a Man who could print with Frank and the a proprietors of the tril une can rest assured thu if Fine work is what the people of Tennessee desire the Tribune will secure the bulk of the printing. . The average thermometer is about As inaccurate As the Geol Crist who presumes to designate the place where Gas May be found. Every Indi dual who has a thermometer reposes in it the same Confidence that he bestows upon his Best Friend and swears by it As positively As he does his watch. No matter How unreliable the instrument May be or what varying stories it May Tell he knows it is right. Yet an honest and reliable thermometer is a rarity owing to the lube into which the Mercury expands is in rei Iular and the expansion of the Mercury in the wide and narrow places is very different causing the Mercury to Vai a accordingly. Kire at the trestle. Yesterday evening about 5 30 o clock the Long trestle work of the i. B. Amp Just West of this City was discovered on fire. Word was sent to the Mcmakin amp Davis elevator and Geo. Brown coloured received a red Flag of the watchman and ran toward the trestle. Wien about half Way across the work the evening passenger come around the curve and stopped just at the West end. Water was taken from the engine tender and the fire subdued. The passengers were All very thankful to Brown for his services and the conductor told him that he should be paid for his trouble. To loan $10,000 on business property. This is no Agency no commission Long time Low interest Money ready a item . Box 458. Is Eye and ear. Or. K. Huntsinger the Eye Aud ear specialist hits resumed his tto and will let a Here regularly every saturday. Go and so res chorus bazaars has week. To will Sieve you Money on ail summer . Tiie Best soda you Ever Kilmuk at i v. Crane s lost a Small lean maltese Kitten an swering to the name of Ijo Xie. When last seen it bad a soiled Blue ribbon a oud its Nick. Return to Tennis court at College Between the of 6 and a p. And receive Reward. The reason that Bischofs special Sale is a Success is l a cause he keeps in his store what he advertises. Yearn at Bollyn so All flavors. an it Index Dent the Century mag Azine will soon begin the publication of articles on the a a Battle Fields of the South As they api it oar at present quot from tho Jan of Kev. J. H. Hollingsworth formerly pastor of the m. E. Church at this place. The Richmond comedy company led by we. L. Richmond is holding the boards at Veedersburg this week. The be Wirter says tho present company is the by st Richmond has Ever had. traffic is so heavy Over the t. H. I l. Division of the Vandalia that some of tie heavy freight engines on the Luain line Are lobe Transfer roti to the logans Wrt division. The quot bad in its quot combination has struck Waveland and according to the inde in deut the words have had a telling effect on some old chronic As they have elsewhere. excellent article from the pen of James mount of Shannondale appears in this week s Issue of the Church at work. About people. Peso at notes Ano social gossip of the Day. The comings and Doit Gas of Crawford vilcans and outliers. Syrup of figs. Manufactured Only by the Call Tonia Kig Byrne co., Sau Franciseo. Cal., is nature s own True laxative. This pleasant California liquid fruit remedy May be had or messes. Nye amp co. Large bottles at fifty cents or one Dollar. J Lis too a a Post pleasant Promp and effective remedy cleanse Tihe sys tem to act on the ?sr�.i�6 bowels gently yet thoroughly to dispel colds and Seveik to Core a a Stipati idol Gestson and a snored ills. The Midland come any is putting Down a mile of steel track East of Noblesville. Tho old Iron will he used of Side track. The old settlers at Russelville on August 4 will be addressed by seventy five old residents in Short so leeches. �?>1. Hunter is in Lafayette on business. A mrs. A Vilha Lucas has gone to Chicago. A miss Mabel Galey is visiting in Covington. A Rev. J. W. Greene Lias gone to Terry haute. A mrs. Prudence Bell is visiting wave Laud friends. A prof. J. B. Evans of the be Cross Normal is in the City to Day. A Siim Gully of this City is ill at Waveland with typhoid fever. Of. R. Sutherland registered at the grand at Indianapolis yesterday. Cd. W. Cox and family spent yesterday and to Day at Maxin Keokee. A will Brush will spend sunday with . F. Feirce at . A al co Boru Aud wife of Noblesville Are visiting at Henry Alfrey s. By Isle sub Hanna and family will spend sunday at the shades of death. A George Sloan is Home from California after an absence of several years. A miss Olletta Tilton is recovering from a sunstroke received some Days ago. A judge Allen is up from Terre haute to spend sunday w Ith or. Gott s family. To. P. Carter has returned to Paris ky., after a Short visit with hurry Naylor. A a. R. Bayless is in Alamo attending his daughter Mary Sparks who been ill. A Charley Berry Aud Mother went to Maxin Keokee morning to spend sunday. A judge Snyder went to Terre haute this morning the staudacher Case. A sol Tannenbaum lowered tho water in the big Spring four inches before o clock this morning. A Bob Ross out to Day for the first time in a week he having been Couil Ntxo to the House by illness. A mrs. Kate Miller of Terre haute has re Curneil Home after a pleasant visit among friends in this City. A miss Laura Turner returned to Day to blood Lugton after a week s visit with her Consin John Gwinn. Guy Hustis entertained a number of his Young last evening at his Home on East Market Street. A Jamestown Tribune Charles e. Yoang visited Terre haute Crawfordsville Green Castle fld Indianapolis this week. Thorntown Argus prof. C. E. and or. F. Sti Itou visited last week. Doubtless on professional errands. Pc. B. Mock editor of the Lebanon Mercury has written a Book which will be published soon. What its nature is we fail to learn. A Waveland Independent Tom Ball is Home from Waynetown. He has resigned his position wit i Morris Herzog at that plan and will enter Wabash College. A Rev. John a Mills formerly a student of Wabash a ollege has written to friends Here that he will be in the City next tuesday. Or. Mills is the pastor of a Church in Nebraska. A judge Thomas and wife and miss May Essnek returned to Day from a tour through Northern Michigan. A sister of mrs Elizabeth Essnek accompanied them Home. A Noblesville Republican Ledger Edwil hit and Verd Galey two genial Young men of Crawfordsville visited e. S. Bishop Friday. They think the Gas Wells the wonder of the age. Is. A. R. Beach of Whitlock was in the to Day. He says the terrible drouth in Tippecanoe county As related by or. Bowles is True the Lafayette Call to the contrary notwithstanding. A a. Armstrong of the John Street meat Market had the misfortune to badly sprain his right ankle yesterday evening while participating in an Amateur gave of Ball on East Jefferson Street. Old settlers. The fifth annual reunion of the old settlers quot at sugar Plain. Boone county promises to be the largest gathering of the kind Ever held in that county. Or in fact in this part of Indiana. People will be there from various counties and states. Many old settlers who have in past years moved to Western states will take advantage of this Opportunity to see their old friends All in a body. The committee Are leaving nothing undone that will tend to add to the Comfort and pleasure of the . The Date is aug. 0. Interfering quot with Federau receiver. Receiver Henderson of the i. B. Amp w., applied to tho u. S. Court yesterday for the arrest of George b. Miller Jerry Collins and Mike o Neil of Baughville who attacked conductor Stevenson sunday night on his train. They were hitting on the car to avoid payment of fare and had to be ejected. As the receiver is a court officer the action of the men in interfering with the train was deemed in contempt of the it Leral court and they were forthwith arrested by a Deputy marshal. Dismis.4ed. Wednesday evening the coloured people held a social in the room Over Poole s grocery. And Ike Mccrea and a couple of col ored boys living at Upton Keane s got into a Row which roused from a Tuiet slumber every citizen on South Washington Street. They were arrested and brought before the mayor who gave them a Good scare and let them go. Tue following Are the officers of our new suburb of Englewood d. S. Enoch T. Harlan and l. C. Ambrose trustees t. A Lahr treasurer e. W. Stafford clerk. To Rekk Are now thirty tired at the poor farm. Nine persons Quad summer comforts Light underwear Cool , Straw hats. Schweizer the Hatter. The Only practical watchmaker and jeweler in the City. East Maui Street opposite the court House. Again in the Field. W. T. Bayless has bought the Loyd Bros grocery Corner Plum and College streets and is ready to Welcome his old friends Aud As Nauy new ones As can crowd in. Tie Stock has been replenished and is full and Complete. Kereji your gaze riveted upon this space Lewis bottled milk on ice always on hand. T-Itta-Ttjlra-1 of a a is Good enough in its place and it is a commodity greatly desired in this Community. But this has nothing to do with the extreme Low figures at we ask a trial and a clean Stock and prices which defy Competition. Guarantee satisfaction. Mcclure amp Malsbury Cor. Market and Morgan streets. Townsley amp son Deal in tho Best makes of organs. They Seu the beet pianos made. Musical instruments of All kinds. Sheet music a specially. Can get you anything you want. Cau and see us. Townsley amp son. East main Street 2 doors East of Elston Bank. The new residences of George Steele on West Wabash Avenue have been surrounded by a neat picket Fence. At Waveland last sunday Twenty eight persons were received As full members into the methodist Church. The staudacher Case which was tried by judge Snyder at Terre haute will be taken to the supreme court. Pets ions have been granted to Thomas j. Beard and Jerome r. Farmer of this City. Ika Cadwallader is a new Patron of the a water works. He got service yesterday. The Champaign club Defeated the Decatur it erday by a score of 11 to 0. Aie two inmates at the county jail. A trip. Liis morning Cornelius Siersema driving the Hearse of William Volckmer of Lafayette passed through this City. He had been to Union cemetery with the body of William soup who died thursday at o Dell s Corners in Tippecanoe county and was taken to his parents who reside near Union Chapel. He was the eldest of 11 children unmarried and about 40 years of age. Or. Siersema was about worn out having had no rest for -22 hours. The new toss fair. The Job al acknowledges the receipt of compliment Aries to the new Ross fair. The Secretary informs us that everything is to veg along in Good shape and the prospects for a Good fair Are flattering in fact better than Ever before. Much Fine Stock has arranged for and Many fast horses will compete for prizes. Quot West Lebanon Gazette the negro minstrels were m town three nights during the latter part of last week. They were a part of the Hays show that was Here not Ion since be Hays Crembi option Bare ted no and the darkies were trying to make enough Money Imp get Back Home. Hereafter tho people s Druk store will be open on st Days As follows 6 to 10 a. Open at j p. Hear this in mind please. It. C. Smith i co. Are the Only of Ilav orig extract in the City. They Are pure and wholesome. Luis Bischof will sell you adamantine pins this week for in. A paper Worth 5c. Milkshake the new drink at Binford s drug store. Bischof will sail 100 Good Vic hair pins for 3c. This week. Tie Jolt Street meat Market continues to let a the latest and cleanest in the City. Tho proprietor is one of the most accommodating and the meats the choicest and tenderest in the Market the 1 Acme i wire Doyen i mattress manufactured Byj m. Acy 118 West main Street with Cumberland amp Harter Crawfordsville ind. Val Wolf watchmaker and Jewele has removed to 2 doors soil Ali of Elston Bank on Green Street Crawfordsville ind. Subscribe for the journal dispatch. All the news for to cents per week. Polar Creamery. Go to Bischofs cheap Sale. Soda water Ginger ale shake at Binford s. Moxie and milk every housekeeper should attend the great table Linen Sale at Bisci ions to Morrow. Every body says Binford s Nylk Are the be st go to Bischofs mid summer clearance Sale and save Money. Tho ruins of the fire Over one thousand people called to take a View of the Conner Luckett and Vancleave ruins. Most of the faces were familiar to Tom Conner As they were All customers. He will enlarge his Stock As soon As the room is repaired. Tom was Selling goods four hours after the Are and still the people come. Sateen and lawns almost Bischof Bazaar. Given away at cleanliness is next to godliness. The present state of the weather suggests an occasional Bath As a Relief from the intolerable heat and As cleanliness is very Essex Ual to Good health in any weather More particularly in such As we Are at present sniff ering through the next thing to look for is a clean Bath room room with pure water and the necessary conveniences for a perfect Bath at George Neilist Barber shop and Bath rooms in main Street will be of ted the latest improved Bath tabs an experience attendant and everything neat and tidy. Bathe at Neilist Bath rooms. The latest improved Cream raising system which has been put to the most Bergere test by the beet butter makers and has proved an Unser passed Success. It la a non conductor of heat and cold. Can be attached to any hand pump wind pump or Spring without danger of being flooded. Does not require a constant Treani. Can be used for a refrigerator and Creamery combined. Send for free circular. . Foote seedsman agent for the manufacturer Crawfordville that rarest of combinations True delicacy of flavor with True Efficacy of action has been attained in the famous California liquid fruit remedy syrup of figs. Its pleasant taste and beneficial effects have rendered it immensely in Jpilar. Large bottles for Sale by Nye let co. Vandalia b. B. Items. The quot Vanda a has a Complete list of tickets on Sale to a of the principal summer resorts at very Low rates. To Lake Maxlyn Nckee and return Good ten Days . 7o Cedar Beach Lake and return i Nna Good thirty Days. Tco Garland Dell Springs and return $1. This and amp of the shades gasoline quot the Best Quality by the gallon or barrel at Cash Fry a the West main Street grocer. Or. Fanny Mcclelland gives special attention to the diseases of women. Office hours from 9 to 12 a. A and 1 to 4 p. In office in Bryant Block. East Market st. Crawfordsville Ini the new bakery is Selling 8 loaves of bread for 28 cents. The Best bread in the City and red to your door every Morin orders with it on m 1

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