Brazil Daily Times from Brazil, Indiana on March 20, 1913 · Page 6
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Brazil Daily Times from Brazil, Indiana · Page 6

Brazil, Indiana
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Thursday, March 20, 1913
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c y l; : Louis on tsrnoon for t fciu'.rsfcr.a trip. Ike Kroncuibr-rger 1 for Chicago where h ft la-1 evc-ning will visit for a few days, 1 he Dawn of hope for humanity is so universally celebrated by all mankind that we catch the example cf blossom, bud and flower; arranging ourselves in fresh, new n-rments. Miss Nancy Tribbl? of P.enwood, who has be-f-n visiting relatives at Dana, 111., was in the city today on her way home. Evert MeCullough and Miss Gladys GHmour, students of Indiana I'nivi-r-sity return-d home today to spend, a few days during spring vacation. 1 j-irf i piun 4' A 0 f " f - " Via.-' : - 1 jtx? CL-emlsts tests Lave ciona msl a part cl lie alua from tlscoil nss3 Willi aa alaza baking powder passes Into the stomach, and tfcat digestion is retarded CiereLy. fizz tmici tehai and ms.!;a slto oaf yeas ZizL'r.j ccwsl&i 3 not tztzzZa from aiusam "L itt h e s t o n 1 1: s" ABOUT Till' TOWN. e s s t new assortments and varieties of spring merchandise will do for the people what nature has done for the earth. Note the following V. .v1 Is Entertaining. Mrs. Hugh Stevenson is entertaining with an all day sewing party at her horns on South Forest avenue. Woman's Bible Class. The Woman's Bible Class of tae First II. E. Sunday school will nice; at the home of Mrs. George Hazlett, ca South Forest Ave., Friday evening at 7:30. Members are invited to trlns Husbands or gentleman friends. (ilave I tinner. T.Irs. Kay Marks entertain?d yes terday with a prettily appointed twelve o'clock dinner at her home la -Harmony. Plates were- laid for l!r. and Mrs. John Marks and daugh ter Edna and eon Calvin, Mr. and j Utb. Phillip Raab and daughters' Virgie and Katherjne, Mrs. Bert EtOkor and Bon Milton of Harmony. Entertained With Dinner. Mrs. John Phillips was hostess for a tw-elve o'clock dinner yesterday at her home in Harmony in honor o her daughter, Mrs. Otto Scott, of Indianapolis. Plates were laid for eight, the guests being Mrs. Fred Bayor and Mrs. Clint Bayor and daughter of this city and the konoi guest. . Ilappy-Go-Iiiicky Club. The Happy-Go-Lucky club was entertained last evening at the home cf .Miss Lora Leonhardt in Harmony The evening rzs spent socially and at thf. usual time a luncheon was served. Miss Virgie Raab was s rueat. The neit meeting was not decided upon. Wednesday Sewing Club. Mrs. Ross Thimm was host-sss for the regular meeting of the Wed-nc-sday Afternoon Sewing- Club, at her hom in Knightsville, '-yestierday fiiternoon. The afternoon was spen' !a a very delightful manner in needle work and crocheting and social conversation, and later the hostes'-sarved a luncheon. Thi next meet Ins '3S not decide,?, upon. Brotherhood Meet in jr. An open meeting: of the Brother-l:C.od of the Presbyterian Church was - I last night and was greatly en-j.-syed by the ladie3 and gentlemen. Utb. Stisason of Terre Haute, wh lis gained considraole prominence through hor Eocial work among the X'oor people, spoke on th subject b! th writings of Paul, showing hov t's idas could be put in practice to day. At the conclusion of the evening refreshments were served. La Md Society Jlecfs. The Section Two of the Ladies Aid Cadsty of the First Methodist C".:urch rn :t yesterday afternoon at t. home of Mrs. ThC'i.i-, Hyrd on I" rt.!i Chic? jo Avenu-4. r,n, "Easter Morn'' v nesday Afternoon Cinch Club held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. E. Adams on north Walnut street. At the usual time refresh- ments were served. The guests of the club were Mrs. Frank McClelland of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. Waiter Ach-eson, Mrs. Austin Shattuck, Mrs. Roy Shattuck, Mrs. Dan Pollom, and Mrs. Harry W'einland. The next meeting was not decided upon. "Sweet Sixteen" Social. The "Sweet Sixteen" social given at the Christian Church last even- iUM.Lj Mrs. Clem Bell and son Ralph of HadleytowrJ were in the city yes-day on their way to Harmony to visit Mrs. Ellsworth Bell. Fresh river fish at Hudson Bros., 215 W. National Ave. Mrs. Bert Bell of Harmony was in the city yesterday. j terday in Terre Haute. "Extra special! Misses' Sac mercer- ing by the class of Mrs. S. M. Comp-I ized lisle "Wayne Knit" hose for 23c, ton was one of the most pleasant ' Friday and Saturday. Kruzan & Co. 2 and successful entertainments ever given by the class. The program consisted of music and readings, the Misses Etta, and Erna Fes.-ler rendered, a duet; Rev. Homer Cooke save a recitation; Miss Beulah Smith sang a solo; Lucy Cutshall gave a recitation; Miss Marie Houk played a violin solo and Miss Cora Howard played a piano solo; .Mis. Theo Wilk-Ins gave a reading; Miss Margaret Leavitt sang a solo; Miss Nelle Dun- & Co can gave a recitation; Perry Samp son sang a soio; ij-etaie Golz gave a reading; Fred llarger played a violin solo; Verna Burns gave a reading and Harry McNeill sang a solo. Alter the program refreshments were served. AT THE COLONIAL TOMOHT "A Will and a Way," being the 8th picture of the story, "What Happened to Mary," showing' the rescue from the lire. Exciting from start to finish. Second reel, Alkalie Acts, "Is Bound to a Cur," a rip roaring comedy. 3 BURN HI "DEATH HOUSE" Building With a Long Record cf Fatalities Destroyed by an In-cendiarFire in Chicago. Chicago, March 20. The tragic existence of the "House of Death" at 2359 Wentworth, avenue closed with Its destruction by an incendiary fire, in which three lives were lost. Frank Pustella and his brother-in-law, Joseph Cavelieri, escaped with severe burns by jumping from a second-story window, but Mrs. Pustelia and her daughters, aged 3 and 5 years, respec tively, were overcome by smoke as they reached a window and perished n the flames. The house gained its name because of the fatalities, murders, suicides and accidental deaths, which have - oc-rurred in it during the last 10 vea vs. The L.L1 r r. ; 1 ! j"AY0n THREATENED. Ill II3TE "The Gray Esnd" DemarVJs That Sale cf Ortie McManlgai's Ccnfes-sion De Suppressed. Ca!., March 20. May r Alexander received a letter threat . William Miller; li"'.e " . - Pit" Cory delivered a reiit-'l "i -. II. C. Cory had an i ' '! :' Mrs. F-ar!v wa (I 4 - i . cf the society. I ,il t' :1 fco-ir the hoKti 1 " 1 r tin a' .t t e .r (.". 'p t" If K cf oi ..3 : f L A: C'?y 1 .1 h.r, 3 e : i p.' i 1 - Mrs. Isabelle Iafollette and her guest Mrs. Mary Jacobs of Terre Haute are spending the day at Ham-ricks Station visiting the former's sister Mrs. Samuel Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. James Trackwell are the parents of a new boy :baby. Special Easter sale of long silk, gloves. 'Regular ,$1.00 . value priced Friday and Saturday at 67i the pair. See East window Kruzan 19-2t Miss Virgie Raab of Harmony was in the city today visiting her friends. Mrs. Harry Cash and children are spending the day in Terre Haute visiting friends. Marshall Wilder left today for k Dayton, Ohio, where he will spend a few days visiting. Frank Lancet of Center Toint was in the city yesterday. Messrs. Thomas and Wiiliam Wyatt of Bridgeton are the guests of Mrs. Fremont Miller. Fresh river fish at Hudson Bros., 21.", W. National Ave. Messrs. Joseph Longshore and Frank Acree of Harmony were in the city today. Dr. M. H. Young of Harmony was in Indianapolis today on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Reynolds, of Glen Ayr were in the city today vis iting friends. Mrs. Emma Cory of Terre Haute, was in the city today. ' . Ladies 23c black silk hose for 1.9c a pair, Friday and, Saturday. Kruzan & Co. 19-2t Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kegerreis, of Indianapolis, who have been visiting in Terre Haute, were in the city to day on their way home. Miss Voilette Dunsford and Lynn Reeves aTe spending the afternoon in Terre Haute. Special sale of long silk gloves, $1 value for C7c pair, Friday and Saturday. Kruzan & Co. 10-2t Miss Flora Smith left today for West Terre Haute, where she wili vi.-it, r. end Mrs. Amos uautert. 'Mrs.' O. B. Coleman is spending the afternoc-n in Terre Haute. Miss Doru Falls cf Greencastle i? visiting- relatives in the- city. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones and daughter Edna Mae of London, :Ky. who have been the guests of Mr, and Mrs. John Early at KnUhisvnie and Mr. and .Mrs. Steve C:eele of. Harmony were hi the city today jr-n tlseir way he . Ladies 50c LI'ek t.ilk hcr3 for 30c Friday end T:? ; at Krui:. a's. 2 j Not U the "astern.' ra who go west anj, establish farms are satisfied. There is a Lit of sarcasm in the following public safe "ad" in the Limon (Col.) Express, which was sent to James Miller, living w.'st of the city by his son, who is a railroader in Colorado: "PUBLIC SALE! "The undersigned, intending to commit suicide will sell at public auction at Ranch, 1 mile -north ot city, at the Rendering Works on the Bulltoad Road and a short dis tance from the shop on April 1st. 1913 all my belongings, viz: One Poland China Bull, good as new, 7 milch cows, two of which are bulls; also two fell cows and two that never fell; 1 Plymouth Rock calf, will have pups by day of sale; weather permitting; Brown Jlgi horn pig's with their goid'U hair hanging down their backs; I oM fashioned wood. saw wi'l f"il dinv- tions for use; 1 triple expansion, J patent lever bicycle with full jew els; 1 Drumgold sulky plow, will b" fresh by day before sale; 7 dun 3' forks, 3 of which are equipped with fly net attachments; t Berkshire wheel barrow, with ball bearing geared, 120, can trot, pace or fcallop; dapple grey chickens; 1 jaggcr wagon with the jagger broken off; 1 large Oliver chilled plow with velve-tine flounces, 1 fine cherry colored Jassac with good open countenance and splendid physic. 1 double breasted cupboard, fleece iined; 1 stationery bake oven; 2 fine hand painted DOD sleds, with automatic. ut off; 1 patented, adjustable cross eyed fountain pen, just the thins for s left handed person; I colored canine, constructed) on the Iliberian plan, and T goats, 2 of which are Willies with red whiskers, a la mode. These goats do excellent team work as they are very strong. Sale to commence at 11 a. m., when terms will br made known." suggestions. '! F f i f"t ' Dress"s and Coats from our Ke.i'!y-to-v, cr.r Department in fresh stylish CQfl frt'IRfl garments front . . Co.wii lJ u fu.w J 1 1 I'M r f t - a m " f j ; i i , ; t i I ; s i f S 1 w k w i s v . i t i. t w U i v u m I Tailored Modeled Suits from JS.S ;o $2$ jnchtd-injr the Gnat I'rintzess models which are the teer of the jxierless. I-1ver tiling in S:ii"t Waists an-1 Dress Skirts. In our Clothing Department Men's (Szhr.crv a-,d Serye Suits at cJf00, olQ CP. J S15 C3ch tr.z 3 tarr'n Boys v.e..ol h'ue ser'j snits at . ... Great line of yonii; nun's a.,' pants, l-ats, raps and siiirts. ?3.C3 fi'trv v. i':e;;t v.hh 1. ti c ii r n and raec i t . - ! 5 y. : ; I Shoes si;h ronlidcm e invite on i(t a feast of i;t- j tetcstins: styles ant alm-- that make comrk te an j F.aster (otunus;f A!'fl,,',i ar, ; 15 ;. f;:si.;i. lx-oitty L'.v, ;;d-c ri ',"het , f c ' '. 1 j : . : i'r :'! ;.i ,- 10c up fo S3.C0 a!ld '. ; 1 - , J 1 . r; . church cnon: to mv.v.t. A call is issued 1o the members ot the choir of !the Annunciation Church to me-t tonight for the last rehearsal of Easter musr. I ., ;l fy v v.. J 4c h fy "i n r r In our millinery department we pre showing styles that will plesse you. The styles are becoming and the colors striking. Your interest will be well served if you will visit us and make your selection in our comfortably and attractive Millinery Department. r r 5 f 1 1 1 f r r- ,. 1 L - J ? - CLASSIFIED -r.DVERTiSEL'E!lT3 FOR RENT. Five room h.,n-c. with Hi barn ard thre a --s cif icunl. 1 5 -;; t ' 1 Call Phone 72" 1. COliLD'l'T GET EMAII ixlx;e notice. William M. Black Chapter No. 80, order of Eastern Star will meet in the stated session Friday evening at 7:. 10. All members are requested to be present. Her Dearest Desire. Nearly every woman want3 her husband to make his mark, so that she may smile derisively at her relatives who thought she threw herEelt away 'when ehe became his wile. FOR SALE. Thoroughbred Barred 'ZZty I Blymoiith Rock Errs, ?1 jut H-itii,; Ross Rector. 1 4 2 ( north M-ridiati St. I PVi nn. r i l 1 f. , ! Mhi P.dd CUvs ,f I n -. 1 M. I C!iiir! I'tul,!. 1.1 Oi.t.-un ("oliitiiontr t-'f Stitrl 1) Ia'i 1 vrf. FOR SALE. - A tew rare bargain, . J: it t , in new ana second nana gas - a w-jrram irom ; :. ranges if sold at .one. Brazil Gas! f Addr:-'s Emma Hte-wart, R. R. I. r.ryan, in a n-p-'-t.- ai i ..; .' 'ompany. 1 r.-r.t jRrazil, Ind. Is-r;; ?(!itt hia lytic 1; ('i ! WANTED. f;ii l for Rtaf ral l,.v of hrt First M. E. .-"ai.d .y S. Not Then. "Parting, you know, 13 sweet sorrow," said Browne. "Not always," replied Toivne. Gues you never had a quinine capsule part just after you put It iu your mouth, did you?" Owl . "I may not know algebra," said the Esaks, "but I'm quite an adder!" vi vtpii . i . I work, Mrs. Wio. M. Zt-il -r. MIC X !'-,.,.. n . !.;.' i-r WANTKI). Sewers to know we r-nt i a i't th" iiiv..a..m. 4 -r.'-i Meridian M. 2f-r,t : crutr.,.!. in v ' 1 thrnuRh the ity S u:. ?; y new Singer Sewln? Machines and 1' 1 furnish supplies and repairs for all makes. Singer Sewing Machine WANTED. Restaurs Co., Phcne 7 231. tf n t ir. n n . 1 " j entire of Sam Williams, Cor. Net-jiona! Ave and Meridian sir'ei. 2-lf to f-'ep c:I ht ? r Jouc ; WANTED. P-ople to know that 1 have opened a shoe repair shop at Number 15 North Franklin St. All kinds of repair work neatly done at reasonable prices. Kindly give me a call. MACK PHEGLEV. 17-f.l LOST. Fox hound, year oil; blaek. white and tan; fema! Call Orphans' Home, Knightsville. lS-3t short cngSRCTne-nt. Th fre-ni the 1;' r ; a bin- t: ' thai it w ou'J l-" ir..j:.ib t a f i . 1 . i j ; Mutj Keep Ever!aetin;fy at It. The man who "eui's" Las r.o thaw. The fellow with jut an ordinary j tr ir - 10 ' ' !: v- - r ;'' amount cf sticktoitivtnees dcesn't zo ir.dianapol !',?r ti-f- Su:j',::y far, if he roes at all. It is the nr.:. a ; . who is everlat tinely ca the Jcb v, Lo i counts. j t fiit;Ken View. a:r Ii'k : e-" ui 'ty w.l i c-tii'.ic is lire's j A And S&met'.mea Keener. Ilunzr makes the train heavier. ) which grn.IV d a l: li t:.e C: y, t f. ! telierf i Lc'd au?l.t a . v '1 i 1 0 Hr" c ?v1 FmhrrJrl-rv Unn.'s for t!i- wes ones in an endiess j ! ; " i ivij K r - r f f t . . r fi v n c ." . f t ("if I r ' f"! ' ' V - t i ! i t C e itiiw Ui V i 1 I i v-i i O w.. jiwk v. 4 4 v 4 " t - 1' t : cf

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