Brazil Daily Times from Brazil, Indiana on May 1, 1908 · Page 3
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Brazil Daily Times from Brazil, Indiana · Page 3

Brazil, Indiana
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Friday, May 1, 1908
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! ii iilViiiHi t3 An advertisement placed 1 The Times brings results. Try it and be convinced. 1 - J VOL. XX. THE BRAZIL TIME3. HAY 1. 1903 11: C3. 1 Warm Weather brings with it the Soda Water season. If you would delight your palate or treat your- friends with the most delicious beverage on earth, call in and have a glass of ' SODA WATER made from pure fruit syrups. Once tried you can never pass the door. SpudniaiFdli's harden-Seed Iriil-Ii The cheapest way to buy your darken seeds and the stock is from fresh seeds. Pure maple syrup at $1.40 per gal. Pure house honey in frames at 25c. Country cured hams and shoulders. Strawberries are coming in eveiy day. all the new fresh vegetables the matket affords and we keep them fresh too, come and look in our windows even if you dont buy, you can see how near spring is here any how. We bake our own bread and cakes. 8 loaves of bread for 2-5c or 3 for 10c. Give us your order we will serve you right. 3J(Bif(Dmnie IEd GROCER and BAUER Get Efready IF1 or Sprfim Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Garden Forks, Poultry Netting, y t Hinges, Locks, Nails and Paints. Kerfoot's Hardware Store No wonder "ncle is smiling he gets his clothe fitted. at A. H. HADLE i Ho Dishanor 3 There is no " dishonor in true economy. Do not hesitate to lay aside a reasonable portion of your income. If you, so desire, we will help you to save it. Riddell National Dank, United States Depositaiy YOU WILL FIND a wide field for your selection if you come to our store to choose any new Wall IPapsFs you may need. We have a larffe and varied stock of all the finest Wall Covrin2s on the market. Dainty Flowered papers. "Main Car idse papers, Handsome "fcpo trjrWffecU, etc. Braiil Decorating Co. C. O. Ciiulte, lldr. 516 Wect National Arcane. . . ffi AD SEARCH OFFICERS ARB FRUSTRATED IN EFFORT TO SOLVE MYSTERY OF MRS. GUNNESS DEATH. DIG IN RUINS OF HOUSE It Is Now Believed That Murder Was Committed and Flames Then Started by the Slayer. LaPorte, Ind., May 1. -Where is the head of Mrs. -Gunness? This is the question which is proving an enigma to the officers who are striving to solve the mystery surrounding the tragic fate of Mrs. Belle Gunness and her three children. Yesterday a score or more of men dug among the ruins In search of the head. If this can not be found strong cerdence will be given to the theory that her murderer stole into her room under cover of darkness, and after decapitating her, set fire to the house that flames might cover up the evidence of his deed. The search yesterday availed nothing. The search is being continued today until every vestige of the debris h?.s been dug away. Ray Lamphere, arrested on suspicion of having started the fire which destroyed the Gunness country home and caused the death of Mrs. Gunness and three children, was today held on a charge of murder In the first degree. FOWER BRAZIL DIES Dies in New Orleans and the Body Is Brought Back to This City Today. Mrs. L. J. Snoddy of Turner last night received a telegram announc ing the death of her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Harris, which occurred yesterday some time at New Orleans, La. The telegram did not state the cause of her death. A telegram received Monday announced her serious illness. The remains of Mrs. Harris arrived in the city at 1:20 this afternoon on the Vandalia, and were at once taken to the home of Mrs. Snoddy at Turner. The brothers of the deceased, William and Herbert Snoddy, went to Effingham last night and met the remains. Mrs. Harris was 32 years old, and for a time a few years ago resided in this city on South Meridian street. She was a beautiful woman, of splendid form and figure. She. was well known here. She left Turner about sixteen years ago, and has been living at New Orleans for about five years. ic is said that her husband is a wealthy shoe manufacturer at Macon, Ga. f. LECTURER VISITS HERE. Ernest Charles House of Indianapolis, the popular lecturer, who lectured in this city the past season In the Christian church lecture course, giving most excellent satisfaction, is visiting relatives and friends here during a vacation preceding "'the opening of the Chautauqua season, as is i gaged to lecture before a number f these societies. V: s TERHE HAUTE WON TSr- ,Terre Haute Central League team won its game from the Grand Fnids bunch yesterday afternoon ai .ne Hut, by a score of 4 to 6. The Brazil Independents have a hard game scheduled for next Sunday at their Harmony park, when they will meet the fast Sullivan team. The game will be called at 3 O'clock.' '..,'1 V, .7? ' ICE AD FCOST Fear That the Fruit Crop Was Serf-ously Damaged By Frost Last Night Are Entertained. While this section of the country has been chuckling and tickling it self In the ribs because of the belief that the frosts and freezes had struck almost every section of the country, north, south, east And west, and missed Clay county. It is feared now that we laughed a little too soon. At an early hour this morn ing there was a most decided frost visible, while a thin coating of ice could be seen In exposed places. The exact extent of the damage is not known yet. and probably will not be for some time. It is believed, however, that the strawberry crop has not been injured, as strawberries are a hardy fruit and requires a pretty hard freeze to kill them. ; 1- CULLOP WINNER Vincennes Man Takes the Race for Congressional Honors in the Second District. Bloomington, Ind., May 1. -Judge William A. Cullop of Vincennes was nominated at midnight last night for congress by the Democratic convention of the Second Indiana District, after the 596th ballot had been taken. : The nomination was the culmination of a deadlock which had continued throughout the afternoon and the entire evening. Delegates were firm for their favorite candidates until a late hour and even the switching of votes from one candidate to another by some counties and the introduction of new names to the race list caused little indication that the deadlock would be broken soon. f State of Ohio, City of Toledo, . Lucas County. as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of LP. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and f State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. 1386. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send t testimonials free. iP. J. CHENEY & C, Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. . NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between Albert Payne and Bernard C. Craig, in the practice of law, has been by mutual consent between the said parties, dissolved, Bernard C. Craig retiring from the said firm. All business now on hand will be completed by the said parties. Thia April 23rd, 1908. ALBERT PAYNE, B. C. CRAIG. Notice. Albert Payne and Warren Payne will occupy the same rooms occupied by Payne it Craig. 27Sd , -4 ; PENSION DAY. Bring your pension vouchers to George E. Law next Monday, the 4th. 29 4d ' Thomas Phillips returned last night from Cory where his brother, Milo, is dangerously 111 of lung and kidney trouble. , . ? ... vUS..--iiXcnw m-w . IU1 uus purcnase is a part of our business you can deposit any amount from a dollar up, and we pay 3 per cent interest compounded every 4 monthe. Resources over one half million dollars. The Brazil Tract Co. First Natioii- . al Mk BRAZIL Capital - $100,000 Surplus - - 35,000 C.S. AM DREW 8, President; H. STEfEXSOX, Cashier; H I. BUCRLIX, Ass't Cashier. TThis bank redeems Its circulating notes In gold coin at Its counter. Our Fountain is Open for the Season Furnas Cream the best made Drop in when down town Shopping. Our pure fruits used in ail drinks. Give us a trail. Leave orders for cream, delivered to your home in any quality. ROACH'S Pharmacy Citizens Bank Bldg. DJbNTI3TS Crown and Bridge-work a Specialty with us, Teeth Extracted Without Pain f -v - ..... Staple and fancy Groceriesthe best that the market affords always in stock. ProcrDt delivery and -assured.' Phone us your order " Vl'V"i! J S So Wo GdDEtlei? i Co. We Pay Ycia to Save Every 'person ought to lay aside every week a certain per cent J of their earnings for sickness, rainy Best Prices in pa pro At the IPlksiFiiimacy.1 Corner Luther St, and Nat'l Ave Mot Cakes I 1J Our Liedig Beef, Iron and Wine is going fast, like it die! last year like hot cakes. Every one that tried it has a pleasant word to say about it. It's a splendid blood purifier and this is the time of the year you need it. Everyone needs a little occasionally. ' 50c for a full pint, and a nice medicine glass free. KE Davis Hotel Blk. Both Phones URBAN & THIMM, Old Hc2!3 Patsiora The best of work done. Cor Forest Ave. and Jackson Give us a trial I w C:3 courteous treatment til m 9c

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