Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - May 27, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana Jl. newspaper published in the interests of and warren the world MAY 27, 1897. 22. I LOCAL remove on it before it is band will be held at Rensselaer June 3. Anna Mears went to latest Green colored shoes at the Boston at the school assembly room Monday latest Green colored shoes at the Boston branch lines of railroad will be built to this of the house to house who is selling wart Ed. Helwig and son Albert have gone to on a two week's Medaris visited the family of his at over kind of hay tools can be very cheap of C. G. the War Songs concert next Monday evening at the school a at Push it its a good School chorus of 50 voices will sing next Monday evening at the assembly will pay you big to take your wool to J. Frank McDermond price next Monday back in the Admission 10, 15 and 25 Minta Hamer visited the family of her Schuyler at West For a and up to date cut and call on J. AV. buys the finest dress shoe for ladies or at tlie Gem Shoe E. A. darkies you seen de at the school assembly room on Monday forget when you want any thing in the line of job We cau please troubles in as little as you can for yourself and never tell them among Massa run De darkey 110, At the assembly room next Monday lie is often told without saying a by putting the rotten apples in the bottom of tlie greatest bargains of the Men's and shoes at per pair at the Boston F. of was in town and did not forget call on the printer while the ladies low shoes the Boston Store has placed on sale at 98 plain black and have to place on farm abstract of title L. 22-8. Stump new He is going to have a bicycle a little later on in the A. H. now has ten deers in his another was born Sunday making the the Buckeye is the best in the all leading farmers use G. Daniel Brubaker conducted a series of meetings in and near Sunday and Monday of this and last county will probably a new Court House this subject is being strongly agitated at Good old Bugle we'll sing another at the High School Assembly room next Monday prices on Buckeye mowers and binders the best in the I can save you G. H. this week moves to the McClaflin property on West Third They wiil soon ngain be at home to D. A. pastor of the M. E. Church at Pine was the guest of the family of Dove on Thursday will close out my entire line c f Plain at cost to make room for my incoming Shoe A. keep a full line of Barbers When in need of anything in that line call on J. W. who is working at was at home He will have work there about two months Buckeye mowers and binders it will you to go to Carbondale and see C. G. He seds very who has in a brick factory at this has returned to Williamsport to will be held in tlie church next Sunday morning at 10:30 Elder E. Norton All are invited to you want good prices of the family of Justice last new time card went into on the Wabash but no important changes were except on the Covington The card is corrected as per the and in this not forget that Prof. Guy Stephens will call on you at your homes with all kinds of meats after this Listen for his F. implements and machinery come and see C. G. at W. R. of will preach at the German Baptist church in this Friday May 28th at 7:30 and Mrs. Ed. F. Banes are DOW settled in a suit of rooms at Mr. and Mrs. and are now afc home to their man who gets mad at what the newspapers say about him should return three times a day for what the newspapers know about him and don't Review presents its this with a handsomely illustrated devoted to the subject of Memorial we think will be greatly bay sound and Also seat top and one set of single harness B. cents this week buy for you a pair of Ladies fine summer walking eather tan or At the New Gem shoe Call at once to secure E. A. cloth trim med Avith between Indiana Springs and Attica via reward if returned to the office of this German Baptists of this place will hold their communion at their Saturday May 29th, commencing at 9 All are invited to attend this vicinity seems to be fortunate in escaping storms this Terrific wind storms have raged not far away and it even snowed as near as within a few Review acknowledges the receipt of copies of the Free from our Clinton The Free Press is a prosperous looking Mary A anc Miss teacher in the and Mrs. all of lady or mnn of fair Salary first increased to 825 and board second the hardware advertises in this issue of The to give away a This is a and will meet with the of the people in G. Hedrick and G. N. Dove and their families were here and attended Memorial They Avere the guests oi the family of Hedrick is a vetran of the Pierce of his of over The Dr. Avas called to Chicago on professional and comes to see his brother on of the Williamsport bar will talk on Day as Hon. Ele at C. V. at and W. L. Rabourn at Pine same ot Avas in town 3'esterday. He called on The gave a. word of encouragement and and left a good American for advance payment for the All of which is highly appreciated by the outlook for wheat Avas very discouraging through the winter and but the improvement in the past month has been Where Avas apparently no wheat a few now the prospects fire Many farmers speak of the improved A. of was in town and called on the doing tlie thing in the Avay of paying a A glance at the the family occupy a large portion of sections 19 and 20, and they are all ing A. A. pastor of Second Presbyterian church at greatly surprised his congregation last Sunday by announcing his determination to the same to take effect July 1. It is said that an effort Avill be made to have him reconsider the Louise Vera and Louise Nellie Ruth and Grace Isa Miles and Jessie Wells a party of young ladies who spent Sunday in this the guests of the They returned home Monday morning smiling and graduating exercises of the Williamsport schools Avill take place Monday June 14. There are but four members of the class this Miss Grace Miss Nellie Moore Rupert and John The exercises given by the loAver grades will occur on Friday June 11. report of the contes by the Boston in the There are now 17 Avith votes 100. Ed. Livengood has 225 Avith Miss Lottie Dye a close Avith 201, while othe rs are close to the 200 The race will be spirited as it proprietors of the Boston stoie prepared to observe Memorial by a splendid window decoration most fitting for the The window represents a cemetery Avith a grave Avith of all forming a beautiful and impressive picture to the little dams sound | of newspaper advertising and had and out of your tried to do though to in company and a high sign board English | like it had years service in the W. Lewis was called to In- business avus already in position last to attend the to do its part in the alluring funeral of a. Mrs. Jesse The ordinance there last Miss a wet blanket on the and tlie concern its tent Avas born and raised in Arabs and her death Avill Acting under a State in this She town can pass an twenty-nine full that will hold and keep out of hope and i class oL stricken with typhoid fever six months with com resulted in leaves husband and a son Jones and Joseph ' years of age to mourn her of Home at and Albert of applicants for Avere all examined by Dr Jacob 1 pension examiner for The doctor has a of Examinations occur every S. C- Hanson recently the State and Avas granted a Professor's Slide for a period of eight Professor Hanson is a institute and I devotes much time year to m a 11 e r s in this antl other aiming all the time to keep in touch Avith the best methods school William near in and called in The Review Crow is one of Liberty's principal farmers and He is West indulges in a of and using nn to say some one what is ailing the editor of the recommend the is prominently in one tile his J by the improvements he is He is a house for one of ins and Avill build a another son this He has made other improvements in the past two with to her progress as a and says she all hog pens the city Our own city of Lafayette has made a along his line that is by he adoption of the cremating system for the destruction of the Let the city dads the hog pens the city hus engaging in another praiseworthy J. Farrell Avent to LaFayette to see some of the horses that are in training A three to he and Robert 13utl(>r. is likely to show some speed before the end of the the property of our A. W. has shown a half mile in 1:19, This animal is likely to some speed that Avill be of value to its as he is only a green colt and been the in regard to an old resident of that for many years in the employ of the L. A. C. Ry. have used Chamberlain's Cholera and diarrhoea Remedy for ten years or never it in my consider it the best remedy of the kind I take pleasure in It is a specific for all bowel disorders For sale by Armstrong you are given to the habit of You enter into with a man never or in other words a By and by you begin to per that he is a man your remarks have a tame feeble sound to your ears Your cheeks begin to barn Avith and using The case to be and the For Dr. his famous tour Iho A thrilling of Savage and Four books and Earth is his latest anal Demand wants this famous Only big a gold all trash and seli the King of and make outfit and 3911 Market Penna. 19-(;. evening a driven by tAVo at M became frightened and ran The animal was headed toward and the bridge creek was very as il struck the center piece in the The girls didn't the of B. and Martha J. worthy or Avere liere 1:15 p. at residence ot 102 The was by About 30 were The invitations in a majority had issued to relatives and friends of tlie parties no tlie and it is said by of a bui none the iess happy on account of Mr. and Mrs. Mathis are now at home those at the out the city were Mr. ani i Mrs. Winans and August of John Miss Hettie on the dash board out into a landing somewhere about tlie center the They picked not much the worse their udden and proceeded on foot to The horseless on tlie H. a wealthy and influential citizen ol Fountain became insane last and was taken to the State where he died Tuesday Mr. Volvia has been a resident of township for sixty and Avas Avell not only throughout his county adjoining He Avas an attorney and served as justice of the Richland township for 30 Avas a prominent Mason and Odd Fellow and the leading Republican of that Voliva was born near Newtown on March 10, 183g. He Avas married to Frances Grilfith on October 23, 18(51- The wife and five children survive commercial vagrant is getting it in the neck all along the Monticello has an ordinance requiring transient dealers to pay a license of 815.00 a The in commenting on the passage of the It took immediate elfect on an to open out here in tlu Opera House The H. editor er tho at his aome at iif Hp had been iil for about a but was not in a serious until JIo had in poor fur two when he a attack of was lie moved to in 1S7H the folio married ( c a old a survive several years ho was of the Covington Friend and for four years was of In 1S!,12 to for two years of tiie I p. lie he tlie time of Mr. scrupulously in the home lio was a h U S 0 cl nd and and in the he was a and enterprising He liad a fund of humor anti was very In his profession he was his newspaper with taet and a writer of The writer has been thrown into the closest business relations anci ean testify to integrity and to his fair and honorable As a friend he was as tnis as and though lie svas in advocating what lie thought to The news of Mr. Gwynn's death will be received with sadness ail over this section and universal sympathy is expressed for the was a member of the Masonic fraternity and that order had charge of the burial services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 interment was made in tiie Masonic cemetery at AVAS who may at any ho seized a desire to seek to interview the lighting with the view of doing him publisher of this paper was assaulted on the street Tuesday evening by Tobe Dr. dressed liis wounds and the hauled him Wc guarantee satisfaction in job work and prices are as low as the uu ti Never a large in the sense of your friend's done a certain amount or 10c.