The Daily Republican from Rushville, Indiana on February 10, 1911 · Page 5
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Triday Evening, February IO, 1911. THE DAILY REPUBLICAN PAGE FIVE. Everybody Should Attend the Men’s Bij| Meeting At the Main Street Christian Church. Address by Senator Seaborn Wright, of Georgia, or The Women’s Mass Meeting at the United Presbyterian Church Address by R. H. Moore, NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 2:30 P. M. Fine Music. Great Address. yxyQQ000Q0QQQ0'3Q0'~<x; loooooooooooooooooooooooooyoooooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooö Combination Sale The next Combination Sale will >e held Tuesday, February 28tti, 1911 AT -------Davis Bros. Sale Barn ENTER YOUR STOCK EARLY F. A. CAPP, Auctioneer Dr. Frank H. Davis, Sec. Oliver Day at the store of Havens & Riggs Rushville, Indiana Saturday, February 18,1911 The Oliver Chilled Plow Works, of South Bend, Indiana, will on the above date, have a representative at our store, to explain to the farmers the good qualities of their Plows and Cultivators. We Invite Every Farmer In Rush County to be at our store on that day and hear this man’s talk on these Celebrated Riding and Walking Plows and Cultivators Vaudet Theatre FILM (THANHOUSER) ‘‘Rip Van Winkle” (AMBROSIA) “Shipwrecked” “The Jealous Wife' A NEW SONG 5c ADMISSION IM ■■■■■■■■■ M If H ■■■(■■ 5c ..Star-Grand. FILM (( (THANHOUSER) « BASEBALL AND BLOOMERS” m (Great Comedy of College Life) SONG—“Let Me Speak the Longing in MyHeart” EXTRA- Mme. Edith Meeker And Performing Goats i 5c ADMISSION 10c si PERSONAL POIiO AMUSEMENTS a I Palace r. fheatre | 1 FILM (BIOGRAPH) 8 1 “His Trust” I S (Drama) Ég ADMISSION 5c 1 —Marvin Lively visited in ludl- i anapolis today. —Mrs. V. W. Tevis visited in Iin'i- anapolis today. —Guy Abercrombie spent the I y , in,Indianapolis. —B. L. Smith was a visitor in Indianapolis today. —Mrs. W. C. Smith was a visitor in Indianapolis today. —Lon Link transacted business in Indianapolis today. —Miss Martha Marr Ilogsetf spent the day in Indianapolis. —Will Frank of Connersville was here yesterday on business. —Raymond Barbin of New Castle is the guest of friends in this city. —-Samuel Gardner of Shelbyvitle transacted business in this city yesterday. —Mr. ^nd Mrs. J. M. Amos were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. Derbyshire in Connersville yesterday. —Miss Frances Johnson of Shel- bvville came today for a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Samuel Wagoner. —Mrs. John Rakestraw and son of Lima, Ohio, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Michael, in Carthage. Mrs. Fanny Maupin and son Merle went to Richmond today, where they will be the gnests of friends over Sunday. —Mrs, C. J. Murphy of Conners-1 ville, who has been the guest of Miss Sadie William and sister, returned home Inst evening. —The Misses Mary and Alice Gates of Carthage went to Logans- jxirt to spend the week end with their sister, Mrs. Waldo Binford. —Aaron O. Hill of Carthage has gone to Westchester. Pa., to he at the bedside of his sister, Mr-. Asenath Reese, who is suffering with pneumonia. —Sidney Baker has returned to New Castle after being- here at the bedside of his mother, who has been seriously ill, bnt is now much improved. —John Iviplinger transacted business in Greensburg this afternoon. Byron Cowing, who was operated on for appendicitis is greatly improved and was able to be removed to his home today. —Connersville News: Jack Sapp of Elwood. Indiana, and Mrs. Hester Parish of Rush county have been called to Bio- ml -.r Grove, on account of the dangerous illness of their mother, Mrs. Sapp. The .patient Is at the home of W. L. Dora and her condition is regarded as critical. —'Connersville Examiner: Mrs. Will X. Fitz spent Wednesday at Rushville, where she attended a family reunion celebrating the eighty- seventh birthday anniversary of her grandmother, Mrs. MeMichaels. She was accompanied bv her mother, Mrs. J. M. Ilufford of Greenfield, for a few days’ visit. The Palace theater will offer a Bio­ graph this evening entitled “Ilis Trust.” It is a dramatic story, acted by the all-star Biograph company, which has pleased and delighted five- cent theater goers here since the company has been in existence. Miss Iva Brown will sing a new illustrated song. The Star Grand was crowded last night at every performance to see Mme. Edith Meeker with her educated goats and everybody was well pleased with the many tricks they did, especially the ball rolling and rope walking acts. They will remain the rest of the week and give matinees tomorrow afternoon. The film for tonight is a Thanhouser entitled “Baseball and Bloomers.” It is a great comedy of college life. Earl Robertson will sing “Let me Speak the Longing in My Heart.” The Yatidet management offers a big program of two reels of pictures tonight. The Thanhouser film, “Rip Van Winkle” is a reproduction of the story by the same name, which has become famous in the field of literature. Everyone, including the schoolboy and girl is familiar with the theme. The Ambrosia film contains two subjects. “Shipwrecked” is a drama as well as “The Jealous Wife” both repeating stories of unusual interest. A new illustrated song will he sung. In announcing the advent of Louis Mann at the Murat theater, Indianapolis next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and popular Wednesday matinee, February 13, 14, and 15, Wm. A. Brady who has brought many splendid attractions to Indianapolis in the past, feels sanguine that the theater-going public will find in “The Cheater,” Mr. Mann’s newest and most emphatic success, one of the merriest theatrical offerings, seen here in recent years. Indeed, “The Cheater” lias been voted one of the funiest plays in the last decade, and as such has held audiences in laughing hysteria ever since its initial pro- ducih n at the Lyric ihealer in New York City, where it enjoyed five months of uncommon prosperity. Louis Mann lias long been regarded as the foremost character actor on the American stage and while his performance in ‘‘The Man Who Stood Still” last sea-», n brought forward most convincing proof that he was capable of more serious work, nevertheless in ‘‘The Cheater.” he returns to the line of comedy that first made him a conspicuous figure as a comedian of distinguished subtlety and everywhere he has appeared in this comic play, adapted by himself from a German s. urea, his work has been hfiiled as a refreshing relief, bubbling over with wholesome laughter. Seats now on sale. EVEN TOWN PUMP. The Cambridge City Tribune of this week contains several items which show that that town is indeed “dry.” One item tells of the closing of the last saloon in the town and in another column is an item telling jof the town pump also being dry. Cambridge City assuredly is dry for sure. The flowers of many trees, like the oak, elm and hickory,-are so, inconspicuous that they are popularly supposed to be altogether lacking. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. Notice. William Flanagan, the Irish Auctioneer, posted on pedigreed stock and values. Call or write me for dates. Milton, Ind. 255t38 Smoke FAIR PROMISE 5c Cigars. Ready in a jiffy, delicious brown cakes. Mrs. Austin’s Buckwheat Flour. Best by Test, Fair Promise 5c Cigar. The Rushville Shoe Hustlers Drop in and See a hundred styles of new spring Shoes. Our special styles beggar description. We tell the names of some but we can only give you a hint of their stylish appearance In Ladies’ 'Shoes we have the new spring styles in large varieties in S3.00 and S3.50 grade, made by the Selby Shoe Co. And for Gentlemen the RALSTON in all the High Toes, High Heels, Button, Lace or Blucher. Ask your neighbor about these Shoes. They wear them. The Shoe Man BEN A. COX The Shoe Man 232 N. Main Street M. V. SPIVEY Groceryman, 130 W. Second St. Handles Best Barrel Salt Handles Best Sorghum Molasses Handles Beet New Orleans Molasses Handles Best Bucket Syrup Handles Best New Pack Mackerel Handles Best New Pack Herring, Handles Best New Pack Kit Fish Handles Best New Pack of Canned Goods, all Kinds See Me Saturday andfGet My Prices on Your Butter and Ef{£s and Fresh Meat. Phone 1501 >300000 WE’RE MAKING THE People Sit Up and Take Notice not on account of any great noise we are making, but on account of the individuality and “DIFFERENTNESS” of CLARK’S PURITY FLOUR. TRY A SACK. Ci-CLi.R* SOM* .ili'fJ**?-- 1 It .. 75c AT YOUR GROCERS WE OFFER A LIMITED AMOUNT OF Dodge Manufacturing Co. Mishawaka, Ind. 7% Cumulative Preferred Stock TAX EXEMPT IN INDIANA A 7% SAFE INVESTMENT Wollenberger $ Co., Bankers Corn Exchange Bank Building, Chicago, 111. m WE buy our Rubber Goods direct from the manufacturer, hence * the high standard of quality. We carry Crutches'1; Trusses, H and sick room supplies. Phone 1038. We do the rest. M M 5 LYTLES DRUG STORE * THE REXALL STORE THE REXALL STORE

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