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THE SMITHVILLE NEWS VOL. I. SMITHVILLE, INDIANA, FRIDAY, July, 2, 1909. No, 44 THE, MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE is proving to be a feast of Bargains for those who attend. Profits are forgotten. The merchandise must be sold. For years the Annual Clearance Sales have been buried deep in the minds of shrewd buyers and locked forward to as the bargain event of the year. We have always taken this plan to clear our many departments of all Spring and Summer merchandise. Every department is represented in this sale. You are always welcome to look whether or not you care to buy . Many Bargains Await You. Campbell & Co. Big Cash Store, Bloomington, Ind. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Lovel Bowers is visiting relatives at Bedford. Fred Hazel of Bloomington, was the guest of Alger Burkhart Tuesday. Walker Burkhart and Wm. W. Stultz were business callers here Tuesday. Miss Maude Gaither was visiting in Bloomington the first of the week. Miss Nell Butcher, of Bedford, was the guest of Mrs. Abb Wooden over Sun day. Mrs. J. V. Baker was at Harrodsburg on a visit with friends the first of the week. Mrs. Blanche-Hainey Stephens has returned to Milltowh, Ky.. after a three weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. N. E. Hainey. If some old farmer don't run you off his place and you can shoot straight enough, you may kill squirrels without, having to pay a fine. The season opened yesterday, will continue until Oct 1st, but people say that squirrels are very hard to find. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Perring of Bloomington were the gusets of C. E. Deckard and family Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew Deckard and children, east of town, spent Wednesday with her sister Miss Mary Thrasher. FOR SALE—Good Shovel Riding Cultivator for $10.—D. ,W. Ketchain, phone through Clear Creek exchange. Wheat cutting has commenced with the best crop this part of the country has had for years. Of course flour will be no cheaper until the farmer gets ready to sell. The old maid counts her wrinkles in sorrow—but she ought to be awfully glad she wasn't chosen for an affinity of a Morman elder who wanted to eat garlic three times a day. A double birthday party and post card shower, was given Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Burris, in honor of the anniversaries of Mrs. Burris and Miss Mary Thrasher. About 30 friends were present and spent the evening in music, conversation and games. A feature tha was much enjoyed by all, was the delicious lemonade which was served on the front veranda. Miss Ola Botkin is spending the week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mitchell, near Bloomington. If you haven't subscribed to the Smithville News, why haven't you? You should not miss getting this paper to help balance up with other papers. That was a brave lady who was witnessing a base ball game and when the bats were all broken took off her wooden leg and handed it to her favorite and told him to take it and make a home run. When a female rooter is that intense, to be sure it is the National Game and no mistake. DEATH OF MRS. PALMER Mrs. Sallie Palmer, wife of Geo. Palmer, died at her home in Grimes addition, just before noon Tuesday, after an illness of more than three years, of cancer of the stomach. The funeral was held at the house Wednesday morning at 10:30, in charge of Rev. Fred and undertaker Harrell with interrment at Mt. Ebal cemetery. Mrs. Palmer was about 50 years old, and leaves, a husband, seven children and a host of friends to mourn her loss. NEAR HARRODBURG Clear Creek valley has a fine prospect for corn this year. Mrs. J. W. Taylor is sick at present, her husband, who has been ill for some time, is slowly improving. Prayer meeting was held Wednesday night at the home of Wm,Taylor, by Rev. Bair, pastor of Harrodsburg charge. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chambers were the invited guests of Mr, and Mrs. Vora Underwood, Sunday, to enjoy a bounteous dinner consisting of green beans and other good things to numerous to mention. SUNDAY SCHOOL AT SANDERS. A union Sunday school was organized at Sanders Sunday^ June 27th with the following officers: Grover Hawkins, superintendent; Talbot Young, assistant superintendent; Miss Lilly Tate, secretary; Hugh Barrett, treasurer; Miss Pearl Souders and Miss Dosh Cox librarians; Mrs. Maud Babb and Miss Gladys Palmer, organists. The Sunday schooIosMl ^^jUyh^o ^ o'clock, as it is believed that this hour will accommodate the people better. About 45 persons were present and the school starts off with good prospects of success. Bioomington will celebrate m Fourtn ^ On Monday July 5th. At the Fair Grounds ADMISSION FREE TO ALL. Good Horse Ra cing, All kinds of Foot Racing, Bicycle, .Motorcycle and Automobile Racing. Dancing Pavilion, All kinds of Shows, Baloon Assension, Sham Battle and Bfl$e BJfCC Trains to and from the prounds bourlu-Excursions on all Roads- See posters to be mailed later.
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|Title||Smithville News 1909-07-02|
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