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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS. VOL. V. SMITHVILLE. INDIANA, FRIDAY. OCT. 4, 1912 No. 1 DEATH OF ARRA McCORMICK Arra Belle McCormick aged 52, died at her home in Smithville, Thursday Sept. 26th, at 9 o'clock p. m. from an abdominal tumor. She had been in failing health for 6 years and was bedfast for 6 weeks. She was a member of the M. E. church and took a great interest in chruch and charitable work. Miss McCormick was a sister of Mrs. J. E. Luzadder, of Bloomington, Mrs. Jessie Woodward of Crawfordsville, brothers, Judge James Mcormick, deceased of Phoenix, Arizona, A. F. McCormick and Ralph Carter of Smithville. Miss McCormick had of late years been spending the winter months with Mrs. Luzadder. The funeral was held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the M. E. church in charge of Rev. Coffin, of New Castle and undertaker Harrell. Beautiful floral offerings were presented by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hepley, wreath. Mrs. Jessie Woodward and Mrs. W. O. Hepley, roses. R. B. Cater and Mrs. J. E. Luzadder; carnations; W C T U, bouquet; Mr and Mrs. C. Stacy, roses; Mrs. Blush Nichols and Mrs. Lizzie Smallwood, [missing text] ter and Mrs. Nannie Dowden, dahlias; Mrs. Wm. Rogers, Mrs. Joe Woodward Mrs. Lotta May, Mrs. Maryh Dowden and Mrs. I. O. Sutphin, roses and carnations; Mrs. and Mrs. Tobe Carter, carnations, Conversation Club of Bloomington, crysanthemums and dahlias; Mrs. Hazel, dahlias; Mr. and Mrs. Paris Trisler, bouquet. Another Wagon Accident Clinton Perring the Victim The old farm wagon has nearly as many death accidents to its credit as the automobile. No one is safe from death and in the prime of life we cannot tell what minute the life of this world will be snuffed out. Mr. Perring was building a new house of the John Stipp farm and went to the quarry Wednesday to haul a load of stone and was returning home and had reached the lower part of the Stipp farm, when it is supposed he had a stroke of apoplexy and fell off the wagon and the wheel run over him. He was taken to Stanley Mitchell's residence where he died at 10 o'clock. Mr. Perring is well known and was a might nice man, he was married to Miss Sallie Adams a few years ago. The funeral was held this afternoon at Clear Creek. Death of Thos. Clark Thomas Clark Sr. was born June 16th 1857, in Clinton Co. Ky, and moved to Indiana with his parents at the age of three years and lived in and near Smithville until death. He was married ot Ida Boltenhouse Sept.13, 1888 and this union two girls were born, Mamie and Emma, both dying while small children. He untied with the Christian church at this place in the year 1891 and remained a faithful member until death. Brother Tom was honest and upright and loved by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed in this community, especially by the merchants. He had been afflicted with heart trouble for several years and had been unable to work much for the last year. He died Sunday Sept. 22nd 1912, at 3 o'clock p. m., aged 55 yrs. 3 mo. and 5 days. The funeral was held at the Christian church, Tuesday afternoon in charge of Rev. Trusty and Undertaker Pauley. Floral offerings were as follows: Pillow of dahlias, Christian church; [missing text] geraniums [missing text] ferns,W. C. T. U.; chrysanthimums and ferns, Mrs. Leonard and Dora; dahlias and ferns. Mrs. Kate Lucas and Miss Lizzie Deckard, chrysanthemums and nasturtinms. Mrs. Julia Livingstone; dahlias. Mrs. alice Hainey; dahlias and ferns, Mrs. Emma Rhorer; dahlias canna and coleus. Mrs. Vessie Hepley; dahlias and ferns, Mrs. Margaret Trisler; cosmos, zinnias, gerniums and asters, Mrs. Sallie Clark and Mrs. Mary Judah; carnations and ferns, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Payne; zinnias and nastirtums, Coze[missing text[ and Catherine Burris; dahlia[missing text] asters and zinnias, Iona Fo[missing text] dahlias and ferns, Mrs. Sara [missing text] Strain; asters and ferns, M[missing text] Hannah Clark. Poor old uncle David Smith died Tuesday night at the home of his sister Mrs. Willis Cox, at Sanders. He had been in [missing text] health for some time and fell about three weeks ago and broke his leg, the shcok being too great for his feeble old age. He was buried at Clear Creek yesterday. Joe Grubb has moved into Mrs. Wooden's property. Fall Opening Of Millinery and Exposition the New Fall Suits, Coats Dress Goods, Silks, Shoes and Dress Accesories. Campbell & Co. Big Cash Store, Bloomington, Ind. in the -----] eve says an [missing text] politics after the [missing text] Who care anything [missing text] political speaking? The [missing text] of either party in their recent efforts to draw a crowd to hear some of their speakers shows the time is coming when there will be no such thing as a political speaking. We don't suppose there is ever a vote changed by a speaking anyway. People read up in the newspapers everything that is worth mentioning Iong before some speaker comes [missing text], so by the time they make [missing text] trips for the privilege of voting [missing text] some fellow, the think that [missing text]aking enough of their time. [missing text]ese small crowds do not signify [missing text]thing about the voting [missing text] party from here, enjoyed a [missing text] ride to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Keller, west of town, Saturday night, Sept 21, where they were treated to some very fine [missing text] ice cream and cake was alos [missing text] a very pleasant evening spent by all. Those presents were Misses Anna Grimes, Daisy Deckard, Muriel Trisler, Anna Updegraff, Ethel Wooden, Mary Thrasher, Claude Ross and Ada Gaither. Messrs Roy and Edgar Deckard, John Stull, Chess Burris, Lowell Mason, and Charlie Dill. 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 3 47 p m South Bound No. 7 Louisville Accom 6 37 a m No. 11 French Lick Accom 10 42 am No. 41 Local Freight 7 20 a m For timetables, 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.
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|Title||Smithville News 1912-10-04|
Monroe County (Ind.)
Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township)
Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News
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