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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JAN., 7, 1909 VOL. II SMITHVILLE SCHOOL NOTES. Edgar Deckard,........Reporter. School has resumed work again after a weeks vacation. We have resolved to do better work in the last half than in the first. Maud Sylvester is a new pupil in the Grammar Dept. -'Jjlilt ' Li Hie Pale was absent thts wee? on account of an attack pf tonso-litis. Elsie Arndt and Clara Stanley are new pupils in the Intermediate Dept. and Helen Stanley in the Primary. Olive Zike has been absent from school two weeks on account of sickness. With the exception of one day the Grammar Dept. has had two weeks vacation. I O where is our treat, it surely has disappeared. Etta Parker has been unable to attend school this week. Starts on Wednesday, Jan. 5th. for 15 Days. All Surplus Winter Stock Reduced 20 to 50 percent it is Blooomington's greatest saving event. DROP EVERYTHING AND COME Mrs. Wm. Reynolds has returned from a visit with relatives at Bedford. Mrs. G. W. Oldham has gone to Lafayette for a weeks visit with J. M. Bennett and family. Miss Alta Clark, east of town on the sick list this week. v E Igar Lucas and little daughter near the Adams quarry are serious-ly ill. Miss Ethel Wooden has returned from a visit with her aunt Mrs. Henry Seward, at Bloomington. Two sons of Perry Sciscoe near lens Creek, are sick with typhoid Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Sciscoe have returned from a visit with Perry Sci;-coe near Aliens Creek. Miss E. A. Deckard has returned from a visit with Bedford relatives. James Burkhart has been appointed a Justice of the Peace. Since the death of George Davenport there has been no justice of the peace in this township until Mr. Burkhart qualified. Anyone wanting to get into trouble or "start something" may do so by filing an affidavitt with him. Wm.. Crouch, near Fairfax, who has been very ill with pneumonia fever is much better. Robt. Stanley, who has been mill boss at the Oolitic quarry for several years, has bought the Jake Meadows property in Midway and moved into it. Mr. Meadows has moved to Bedford. The consideration in the deal was $900.00 Miss Mary T Thrasher left Tuesday for Terre Haute, where she will enter for a term at the State Normal. No,19 OUR MIGHTY JANUARY CAMPBELL & CO. local news Frank Fox and family, spent New Years with relatives at Bloom-in-ton. Mr. and Mrs. C. Zike have returned from a visit with her parents west of town. Miss Gladys Trisler has returned toiler home at Clear Creek, after a pleasant visit with her cousins, ?uriel and Pearl Trisler. Dr. Simmons and several other Clear Creek citizens have gone to Arkansas on a prospecting trip. Dr. Simmons owns a large farm there. REORGANIZING OF THE CHRISTAIN CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. The Sunday School met at the Christain church Sunday at 2 o'clock, the usual hour with 70 or more persons present, both old and young. After singing, and prayer by Rev. Trusty, the school reorganized with Rev. Trusty acting as chairman and Bro. J. H. Burkhart as temporary Sec'y. Bro. G. M. Deckard was selected Supt with Bro. Wesley Burris as assist-! ant. Sec'y. Arra Wooden, Treas. Mrs. Leonard, Librarian, Edgar Deckard. Everyone seemed to be delighted and felt it was as good place to be. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank the public and all our friends and neighbors, for their kindness, assistance and sympathy, during the illness and death of our dear daughter and • ister. A F. Bennett and Family. J, H. Burkhart will begin his singing school next Monday night at the Christain church. Every one that signed is requested to be present and anyone else that desires to sign to this school. Books will be furnished at 'the actual cost. Office and residence phones 916. DR. C. A. COLEMAN, Special Attention to General Surgery and Stomach Diseases. Suite 1 Allen Bldg. Bloomington, Indiana. MONON ROUTE is the best route to Chicago, LaFayette, Indianapolis and Louisville and all points North and Northwest. Solid Vestibule Trains, Dining Jars, 011 through day trains and Pullman Sleepers on all night train. SMITHVILLE North Bound No. 8 Bloomington Accom 6 56 p m No. 12 Lafayette Accom 3 47 p m Sou:h Bound No. 7 Louisville Accom 6 37 am No. 11 French Lick Accnm 10 55 am No. 41 Local Freight 7 20am For time tables, folders and all other information apply to T. Thrasher, Agt. Smithville, Indiana.
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|Title||Smithville News 1909-01-07|
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