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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS. Here's Where We'll Help You To clothe yourself with the best and most up-to-date clothing that tailors of skill can produce. We're chuck full of nobby suits and overcoats that are in a class to themselves when it comes to style, quality and price. $5 TO $25.00 BOY'S SUITS j$1.00 TO $7.00 Hats, Caps, Cloves, Shirts, Odd Pants, Sweater Vests and everything that man will want. Let us make your suit. Two good houses and 1000 patterns to select from. Our Furnishing Goods department has been NO less neglected. CAMPBELL & COMPANY BIO CASH STORE WEST SIDE SQUARE. BLOOMINGTON, IND. LOCAL NEWS The Harrell Bros, are out shredding fodder. Geo. Palmer is rebuilding a house for Bud Young, near Fairfax. Mrs. John Foster went to West Baden Wednesday, for a few days. Hear Wilson and Henley tomorrow nigh at Sanders. Mrs. Elmer Hainey, of Bloomington, called on Mrs. Luther Hainey this afternoon. Miss Mary Bennett has returned from a visit with her brother, J. M. Bennett, at La Fayette. A number of W. C. T. U. ladies went to Bedford last Friday, to attend the State Convention. Mrs. Abb Wooden, of McCordsville, is here on a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McCormick. They will move from McCordsville after the election. A solution to the change in the pike running through the Adams and Empire quarries, would be to open up a road commencing at the street at Conner's store at Sanders, straight on through to the Salem church. This could be done on all quarry land without any expense to the county or with little expense to to the quarries. KITCHEN CABINETS There is no other one thing that can reduce the house wife's work and worry so much as a Kitchen Cabinet. Of course we mean by that a "McDougall Kitchen Cabinet." In designing the "Mc-Dougall" they seem to have thought of every thing the woman needs in her work. There's the roomy cup-board the spice cans, coffee and tea canisters, sugar and flour bins, bread board, closet for pots and skellets—in fact everything right at your fingers ends. And we have every style to suit every taste. Cabinets from $33 OO to 7.85 CHARLIE WYLIE'S Baker's Old Stand. Speaking at Sanders Oct. 22 The Hon. William Waltman, ex-prosecuting attorney of Jackson County and who is a fine orator will speak at Sanders next Thursday Oct. 22nd, at the School house at 7:30 p. m. Everybody should turn out and hear this able speaker discuss the political issues. Miss Bertha Burkhart is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James Bouher, of Clear Creek, this week. Mrs. Emma Foster, Mrs. Ellen John-son and Mrs. Alice Hainey are new additions to the W. C. T. U. Mose Burris, wife and children, of the National quarry, visited the family of A. A. Burris, Sunday. A delegation of the W. C. T. U. went to Bloomington, yesterday, where they met at Mrs. J. E. Luzadder's. Mrs. J. E. Luzadder came down from Bloomington, this morning, for a few days visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. Dr. Kentling entertai ed Mrs. Andy Deckard, Mrs. Har Trisler, Mrs. Tom Deckard, Mrs. Thos. Mitchell and Mrs. Calvin Wisley, yesterday. Music makes the evening go. Edison Phonograph makes the music. C.M. Norman, west side square over Kadison's cigar store, Bloomington, Ind. Republicans Here Last Friday Night. A good sized bunch of republicans and democrats stood out in 42 degrees of amosphere last Friday night and listened to Judge Wilson Poling and Harris. It had been especially requested that Judge Wilson and Poling come here, one reason for Wilson, was, that everybody likes Judge Wilson, and likes to hear hear him speak. The toning of his speeches are not made up on ''calamity howling" against the other party like most speakers, but mingles only enough politics with his general subject to make it appropriate. It was also desired to see what kind of a man Poling was, and as far as learned, seems to be satisfactory generally. There will be a "Pie Social'' at the school house Saturday night, given for the benefit of the school library. Mrs. Silas Grimes and Mrs. A. F. Bennett spent Tuesday with their sister Mrs. Wm. Strain, at Harrodsbnrg. Some one borrowed the read supervisors plow. Please return and save trouble. It was taken from off the road where it was left last spring. Huffman and Butcher are well pleased with their meat business and are going day and night to meet their demands. Misses Bertha Groh and Edna MCConnell, of the Bloomington Telephon Exahange forec, called on the operator at Smithville, this afternoon. Honor bright, Smithville, are you going to stand by a man for trustee, who is trying to stand up for Smithville? Most towns stand by a man who lives in, and stands up for his home town. Surely Smithville is not an exception. The Robt. Sharpless sale was attended by one of the largest crowds that ever attend a public sale in this vicinity, which should be credited to the advertising through the News. Mr. Sharp-less will move next week to Great Falls, Montana. There are always some people in every town who believe the best way to solve the liquor question and evidently do away with it—is by drinking it all up. Whether or not such a plank is in any of the political platform is not yet being discussed. The Merchants and Farmers Carnival was a success, notwithstanding the cool weather and the rain. The management will be able to pay all bill's and have a little left which under the circumstances shows that they were Napoleons of financiers and captains of industry and deserve to be complimented. It is a very logical and reasonable proposition that all telephone subscribers will support Carter for trustee. One favor should equal another, and every subscriber will be benefited with increased service at less money. Everyone that hasn't got a telephone, expects at some time to have one put in, so in helping me out in a little matter would put me in a better position to do more for you. VOL. I. SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1908. No, 12
|Collection Name||Smithville Newspapers|
|Title||Smithville News 1908-10-16|
Monroe County (Ind.)
Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township)
Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News
Luzadder, John E.
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