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THE WORLD'S GRESSET07T7th. 1915
3rd. Page HOOSIER COLUMN. PEARSON'S NOTICES. Well Bro Garrett I do shurely wish to extend bust regards Now that noble Cresset $$ tak en up pew abode in a place that aint so far from old Colony For we always love the paper and whatever it contains All way from two man theory to attack on Pope of Rome. So let Rood work go a head for the more ahead we go the less space we have goi to cover. Because everybody has buen gave certain sections to work on. Some being larger and better than others. And if you are in lonly fence corner of a place where they aiot much racket nor nobody to see what you do, just act like busher who is trying to do his best know ing that a big league scout is in tbe!grand stand, For always tl ey is some kind of a big lea guer ready to yank us out and put us where we candp btfi 4ovlctet we can do better? , And that is my greeting to paper that has did so much in war on plutes and all that aint right, And I know that in new home Dear Cresset will keep its space of being just a little bit different from anything that man ever set up in type. And I shall send dollar for subscription in short time and Want to urge all friends who I have bad subscribe to send dol lar to the Ed for he will need it Especially if the Cressett is to wear different colors every week For Joseph's ma likely spent moe on bis coat of different colors than she done on others. And mabe she hadnt ought . to have did it, As it made others soe. Now send in money to Bro. Garrett for who knows but that ' his boot is out on the side just at the time when a calf wasent Quite fat enough to be sold Or that little Baz needs some cloth- in. I am for Bro. Garretts whole family and want ail patriots to be Well certainly ws I surpris ed the other day It was late in the afternoon and I was just helping Old Paul Brown haul out last load of manure from Bert Beveridgea garbage where he keeps his autos whe whc should walk up but old Bro. Hubbart looking much the same as he did the morning Kit Prag er commented on cuffes, He is down here researching for something that may or may not pan out I done know what it is all about but the brother is get ting a P. H. B and before he is handed it they make him go out in the world and dig up aomo tbing that aint of no use and that nobody else aint found, So he came to Indiana where every thing is to literal and has been at State House nosing round. Lovely wife tndbaby still in Chicago but Bro. Hubbard talks of them lots so he still loves them, Although he is smartest mn Scott turned out and is jury is in session and old Bro. Carter is a swift side stepper when a jury gets busy He was at races there Saturday bat gues home in time for Sunday school class Old sister Carter hab been busy making lovely daughter some nica clothing for to wear at school this year and is artist with needle and thread. I only wish I bad tickets this winter like I did when I and Bro. Carter done so much uplift work two winters ago We was roosting far down in front every night and them cer. tainly was the days, Old George Padgett dont call it Roothy no more George baa wrote poems of late that sound fairly good. I have wrote some myself and while I aintno Hank Longfellow, O Holmes, Jim Riley or Eddie Poe, they do go well and I write nothing that aint spiritual. Old Ei Searles who works for. Del and Rich Smith is mt ,;., wi bin reach of his P H B. he jaIter 8jgnt injury sustained in till feelstoseeifthaitooth is bl8 basement He is aid to bo there ?8ro. Hubbart t.as at jereate8t lnterviep . T. church:ndayandb.9behavior!BoBWellwroteup gam John8oQ was ui wc uen. .some limn hun.lr Old Sister Nichols is simmer I Old Bro. Kin Hubbard ovPr. Ing down gettinK ready to say j 0ked a good one the other day that whatever the G. 0. P. desjHe was in ball pulling theone a aint so worse in view of the factlhmu iho Triahmon aA o-. .j i j(jJi auu rope ana Harry Lauder when that they aint ;no moosers left here. She are German in antcs in spite of alfT. R. says. Stran ge that the sister should tbink so but it is nice return to the eld trough where the? dished up thing? to be proud of for so long The sister served Burgoo at late affair and old Bross wrote rose water editorial which shows Star will be back in the old ranks when the big campaign gets cn T. R and Bertie should read this gang of backsliders a riot act. Sister Artbella Carter has again went away to school and Old Bill will have to begin send' ing pony money down there He was in former home in Kentuc ky the other day and came borne blowing about it being better than Scott I notice be dident stay till it was daylight and guess they is reason for gTand woman went by who deserved report She was wearing life sized hairlip and had a gold inlay Toe point being that the two dont mix very well It takes a lot of cheek and chin to set off a V shape in the top lip. Bro. Hub bard huild ilo for Booth Tar kingtoff last week. Paul Brown and Rev. Edmin- on wniriwind evangelist, bad blows after church last sabbath And both should ought to be as hamed If mt-n cant listen to the word without having such awful differences their place aint in the news Bro Brown object to what the pastor Raid regarding perseverance of the saints and they flew to it Both walked off with bloody noses and the air was full of dire threats If this town bad any kind of mayor tbey would have been pinched. J. M. Pearson. Con.