Rushville Republican from Rushville, Indiana on September 14, 1939 · 8
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Rushville Republican from Rushville, Indiana · 8

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. ' I Thursday, September 13, 1939. f I Page Eight - v. News Phone 3033 THE RTJgHYILtE (INDIANA) REPUBLICAN Ad Phone 2222 METHODISTS OPEN STATE CONFERENCE Indianapolis, Sept. 13 (JP) The Indiana Methodist conference began here today its first annual meeting since the three branches of Methodism Methodist Episcopal, M. E.. (South) and Methodist Protestant were uni-fie.1. . Union was effected last April in Kansas City. The Rev. Titus Lowe was named bishop of the Indianapolis area. - Since then, both the old northwest Indiana conference and the old north Indiana conference of the Methodist Episcopal church have met with members of the Now On Display THE NEW THE LOW PRICED BEAUTY WITH THE LUXURY RIDE Come and See It Now Dr! Ware 119 EAST THIRD STREET otheij branches in their territor-ies. t j v Scheduled, for today, were examination Qf candidates for the ministry, board an committee meetings, sermons and admin-stration of Holy Communion by ;he bishop. j. Dr. T. D. Ellis of Louisville will represent the former M. E. church (South), of which he was secretary of the Board of Church Extension. President Clyde E- Wildman of DePauw university will speak tomorrow night at a dinner relating to the college and the Wesley Foundation for ministerial students. ' The meeting will end Sunday night. j MANY ATTORNEYS IN CASE Connersville, Ind., Sept. 14 It looks like a lawyers convention at the Fayette county court house where attorneys from three cities have gathered for the case of Charles Dwight Miller vs. Otis L. Miller and Mary Miller, a suit to quiet title of real estate, venued here from Rush county. The jury had been summoned but was .not used. The case is being tried' by the court. Farm land in Rush county is involved. J 1 The plaintiff is represented by C. M- George of Rushville, Klv-itt Sc Kivitt and Vernon Sc Vernon of Martinsville, and Hime-lick Sc Himelick of Connersville, and the defense attorneys are Kiplinger & Kiplinger and Tits worth Sc Titsworth of Rushville, and Wiles, Springer Connersville. & Roots of We Present for Your Pleasure Timely Articles and Necessities for Every Home STOVE RUGS ! These are not cheap rugs manufactured for a high profit, but are from Armstrongs Roll Goods. All Good Patterns, 41)x41j Ft. Dwl ARMSTRONG RUGS Size 9x12 Armstrong and Calmar rugs. Guaranteed to satisfy. First quality only. We have a QJ AO complete range of beautiful patterns BLANKETS Cold nights are just ahead! We have the answer warm blankets! New plaids in 5 wool. . Q 70x80 blankets at a new price tjs JL0 Window Long wearing, waterproof fibre window shades. Will not fray at edges. No pinholes! Sizes 32, 34, 36 inch widths, 7 ft. lonff. Colors tan or green. 39c Each jj 3 FOR $1.00 Wider Shades to Match, 42 Inch ... 45 Inch 48 Inch 59c 69c 79c . All Seven Feet Long All shades are on good rollers. Fixtures are included. Double Blankets 70x80 $1.69 Large size plaid blankets. Not less than 5 -wool! These are worth more on the market today ! School Shoes For boys and girls of all ages. Our Stocks are complete $1 $1.49 $1.98 Double Blankets 70x80 $1.00 All soft, fleecy cotton blankets in pretty colors. Very new colors! Boys Shirts for School 49c Fast color percale shirts for school. Fancy patterns. In sizes 6 lo 14. Special! Single Cotton BLANKETS Beautiful plaid cotton single blankets in new , fall colors. Size 64x76 You should save on several of these ! 44c EACH SCHOOL PANTS Boys fancy cotton suitings in various patterns. Ex- $1.00 SCHOOL DRESSES These are hard to buy now. We may have no! more. 80 square, fast color prints in cute styles. 'Aa Sizes 1 to 14 tf luffin lest Store Robert Crawley, Manager THElGAY thirties Muncie, Ind., Sept. 14 (A3) Out for a new worlds light-airplane endurance record, Robert McDaniel of Muncie and Kelvin Baxter of Richmond were still aloft as their tiny monoplane went Into Its fourth day of con-.Inqous flight today. COLBS Cause discomfort For quick relief from, the misery of colds, take 666 uui raacarra - salvb now Doe TRY OUR WANT AD COLUMNS IPunMfic Salle -qf 1 t ' EmnselhieM is - Six miles northeast of Shelbyville, 2 miles north of Rays Crossing, 4 miles west of Manilla, on Mon., Sept. 18, 1939 Starting Promptly at 12:34 P. M. - v- Four piece overstuffed suite, rocking chairs, Morris chair, lawn bench and chairs, McDougal kitchen cabinet, dining table and chairs, 2 half-beds with springs and mattresses, safe, work table with 6 drawers and 2 shelves in center, single door dish cabinet with 5 shelves, long table with galvanized top, large Ironing board, 3 Asbesto sad irons, end table, lawn mower, new mowing scythe, garden tools, old fashioned flour chest, new Conservo cooker and canner, a few cooking utensils, a few dishes, shotgun, rifle, Aladdin lamp, hay, several antiques, gasoline heater, blow torch and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH ' Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Murdock Local Newspapers and Theatre Offer Youngsters Chance to Ride in Movie Rig A brick in hand Is worth two out of reach. Boys and girls get ready for the thrill of a lifetime! Youve all been hearing and eading about the glittering technicolor motion picture The Wizard of Oz, with all Its songs and dances and hundreds of midgets and a wondrous Land of Oz where horses change colors and monkeys fly and many -unbelievable things happen. One of the outstanding attractions in the movie is the famous pair of gleaming coal black Shetland ponies Wizard and Oz which draw Judy Garland through the Land of Oz on a handsomely carved phaeton carriage. Many people have remarked on the beauty of these ponies and the carriage. And now this same outfit the same ponies and phaeton carriage used in making the picture at the Culver City studios by Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer will be brought to Rushville for five lucky youngsters of this city to ride in! Yes, the very same carriage Judy Garland rode in will be ridden in by some lucky girl. In addition, four other youngsters will ride with "her, all brightly costumed. The five lucky ones chosen will take part in a gala parade, which will proceed from in front of the Princess theatre at 2:30 oclock Monday. They will all be dressed in original Wizard of Oz character costumes made up by famous Hollywood designers. To enter this thrilling contest being conducted by the Rushville Republican and Telegram In conjunction with the Princess theatre and which will decide the five lucky boys and girls. Just mail In on a penny post card or a letter the following facts about yourself: your age, height, weight and color hair and eyes. Mail this Information to the manager of the Princess theatre where The Wizard of Oz opens on Sept. 24. Or, if youd like Just put the Information on a slip of The Cowardly Lion, played by Bert Lahr in The Wizard of Oz, who will be impersonated by some lucky youngster. paper and leave it at the box office. The boys and girl who come closest to the costume measurements will be chosen to lead the Wizard of Oz parade. So get busy now. Who will win the honor of wearing the famous Wizard of Oz costumes? Get your entry In today. And good luck! Friday, Sept. 15, is the last day entries will be received. Winners in the contest will be rewarded with courtesy tickets good at either the Princess or Castle theatres. Noble Farm Bureau In Monthly flfeefing MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thla Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Many sufferer relieve nagging backmeha quickly, woe they discover that the real cause a their tmnkle vnew ke A- 1 L -1 of their trouble may he tired kidneys. The kidneys are Natures chief way of taking ds end waste out of the blood. r - - - v svwmuh iu yutu UlOOU J may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains. .Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes hows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Dont wait! Ask your druggist for Doans Fills, used successfully by millions for over 40 . help the loisonous Regular monthly meeting of the Noble township Farm Bureau was held at the New Salem school building Tuesday night when an interesting program was enjoyed. The program consisted of talks by Mrs Charles Fisher on public speaking; Carl Smith of the New Salem school on the schools educational program; Mr. Cotting-ham vocational agriculture teacher, on agriculture Instruction; Carter Sidebottom on oil; and George Sites on the Co-op program. A social period closed the meeting. HERRIN BROWN, Auctioneer VERL RICE, Clerk J MODEST SEQUINS Paris (A3) Sequins are hiding their light In a modest way. A black afternoon frock in Patous collection has the bodice front overlaid with sequins veiled with black georgette. Each sequin Is wrapped In a little georg- i ette Coyer. Multi-color pailettes In an evening blouse, shine shine through an overblouse of pleated tulle, another veiling notion from the same source. TRADE WOW... r Special AUxuuclhg&L Because were known as trade-in headquarters, used tire buyers always see us first. The spring rush has cleaned out our used tire stock. Buyers are waiting. We must satisfy bur trade and will go the limit, right now, in allowance on every make and size to meet the demand. No matter how many miles are left in your tires, youll be money ahead to trade now. 'tiJe'ne. ctfecuhfiUGniesU. Uwi TIRE VALUES IN EVERY PRICE RANGE Squeegee-Generals; General Silent-Grip, with the famous Corkscrew-Grip Tk-ead; General Dual-Grip, the tire that built Generals mileage reputation ... values that"canft be matched by any other tires regardless of price or quality. No matter what you want, see us first. Q$gJES& tUNS Wc fAu.No wrinkle when iu-atag. Noa -capping. Slow, va w , r. L(f Mileage. STOPS like this. 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