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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS. VOL V. SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1912, No. 2 LOCAL NEWS Miss Grace Hainey is visting in Bloomington. Miss Ada Gaither visited her sister Maude in Indianapolis, last Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Grimes, at Chicago, a daughter, Helen Susan Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stull have gone to Columbus for an extended visit with relatives. LOST—A canvas wagon cover near Smithville. Finder please notify Tom Hardin, Clear Creek. Mrs, M. E. Butcher, south west of town has gone to Winchester, to spend the winter with her son, Prof. R. E. Butcher and family. LOST---Some where, between Smithville and Bloomington, a heavy plush Lap Robe, one side plain black, other, plain green. Finder please return to C. E. Deckard and receive reward. John Chambers; a well to do farmer living near Dinsmore, and a former resident of this place, was married Monday to Mrs. Carrie Smiley. Mrs. Smiley is a sister of Lee Strain. George and Fred Woodward west of Clear Creek, were, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Kentling Monday. The young men have sold their farm and are arranging to go to California. HATS! HATSl New hats, all prices. Call and see them. Miss E. A. Deckard. On the new five cent pieces, for what designs are making, a buffalo will replace the Goddess of Liberty. The other side will bear the head of an Indian. They will be unfamiliar looking coins but not mere so probably than the old ones have been. BRIEF AND BREEZY This is the season of the year when candidates for office begin talking to death what little chance they may have had. The raise in the price of Chicago meat may be the far [missing text] the trnst before the effects of the bumper corn crops begin to assert themselves. In expressing confidence of this own re-election: President Taft has submmitted another issue to the governor and the colonel for mild discussion. The West Virginia girl who flagged a train with her apron in time to prevent a wreck owns an apology to the moving picture men for not notifying them first. In appearance at least the fuzzy hat is a last year's bird's nest. Meanwhile the fruit is ripening on the political bough and some of is plums but most of it is lemons. Married women want sh[missing text] hour and more alimony. Even a married man does as he pleases as long as he pleases his wife. Just because a man does the things his wife wants him to do is no sign that he is stuck on the job. In the even that th Colonel is elected will it be proper to sneak of the members of the cabinet as "none little mooses"? It is as hard to tell a fool anything as it is unnecessary. A scientist declares that the speed mania has converted great many automobilists into [missing text]. We would like to have hi[missing text] noise the case of the [missing text] who has to dodge him. The official government [missing text] shows that the high cost of dying is almost equal to the high cost of living. Same day someone will invent a disappearing ink, and then they won't be no more Clapp investigating committee. There is absolutely no hope of beef getting cheaper, so let's re-to our muttons. Alimony is the post graduate fee in the course of love. Fall Opening Of Millinery and Exposition of the New Fall Suits, Coats Dress Goods,Silks, Shoes and Dress Accesories Campbell & Co. Big Cash Store, Bloomington, Ind. Fight O'er Again the Battles of 61. Maj. Grimes and wife, Mrs. A. F. Bennett and Luther Grimes left last Satuday, in Luther's automobile, for Decatur, Ala., wher they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Stipp. Mrs. Luther Grimes joined the party at Nashville, Tenn. They spent a few days at Chattanoga, on the "old battle grounds," in which Mr. Grimes fought during the civil war and visited many other places of interest. Miss Anaa Grimes and Mr. nad Mrs. Joe Shields are running the Grimes farm while they are away. Holy Smoke! Ralph Carpenter's name is so nearly like "ye Ed's'' that one or the other of us is always getting Credit for the others fortunes or mjsfotunes. Last week the home of Mr. Carpenter was blessed with the arrival of a new girl and the Daily Telephone printed it as an arrival at the print shop. Many congratulations had to be turned down with compliments to our neighbor. On thumping its venerable walls Col. Roosevelt professes to have discovered places that sound hollow in the so called solid south. MONON ROUTE is the best route to Chicago, LaFayette, Indianapolis and Louisville and all points North and Northwest. Solid Vestibule Trains, Dining Cars, on through day trains and Pullman Sleepers on all night train. SMITHVILLE North Bound No. 8 Bloomington Accom 6 19 p m No. 12 Lafayette Accom 347 p m South Bound No. 7 Louisville Accom 6 37 a m No. 11 French Lick Accom 10 42 a m No. 41 Local Freight 7 20 a m For time tables, folders and all other information apply to T. Thrasher, Agt. Smithville, Indiana. Patents Trade-Marks and copyrights obtained or no fee. Send model, sketches or photos and brief description for FREE SEARCH and report on patentability. 26 years experience. Send 2-cent stamp for NEW BOOKLET full of patent information. It will help you to fortune. READ PAGES 11 and 12 before applying for a patent. Write to-day. d. swift & co Patent Lawyers, 303 Seventh St., Washington, D.C.
|Collection Name||Smithville Newspapers|
|Title||Smithville News 1912-10-11|
Monroe County (Ind.)
Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township)
Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News
Carter, Ralph B. (1876- 1918)
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