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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - April 5, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana A a Pubil key Lbw april 5. 19ltget that new easter suit at the Bell largest boy s department in Eastern Illinois Damp Neville a largest clothing store largest Stock lowest prices finest values we give s. O trading Stamps not inter Carbondale next sunday is easter. Lee Butler is improving nicely from a Long siege of illness. John Mankey transacted business in Indianapolis Friday. Ansel Pearson and wife spent Sun Honey Branch mrs. Andy Myers was shopping in Attica saturday. William Grames is the owner of a i new Dodge touring car. Mrs. Eva Vantress called on John Brown monday afternoon. Mrs. Laurence Hill was shopping Day with John Foster and family. ,., Chloe Creamer and Gladys my j Williamsport wednesday. Kinzie were Attica callers saturday. Miss fairy Brown of Rainsville i a a spent sunday with Beulah Grames. John stump and wife were William sport shoppers saturday even mrs. Mart Landon and sons spent i wednesday with mrs. Andy Myers. John Weaver and daughter Gold a mrs. William Brown called on were Williamsport shoppers Mon mrs. William Grames Friday after Day. J noon. Mrs. De. Neal and children spent Walter Mitten and family moved sunday with her daughter at Kra from Attica to mrs. Fink s place last Winthrop. Mrs. Koser is on the sick list. Mrs. George Larter is slowly improving. Doyle Simpson spent sunday with his parents. Lee Hanely spent sunday Here with friends. Woldert Hoskins was an Attica visitor monday. Hershal Larter was in Attica monday on business. Elmer Hoskins was a Williamsport caller saturday. A Large crowd witnessed the baptizing on sunday. Mrs. Charles Arnold spent monday with mrs. Robert Hoskins. Grandma Baker is visiting with Charles Baker and family. Miss Luevena Floyd spent Friday in Attica visiting friends. Art Dailey a former resident was Here tuesday on business. Herbert Larter was a business visitor at Attica on monday. Misses Marie Stephens and Gertrude Taylor were baptized sunday. Mer. Mrs. Clark Dick and daughter Cora called on mrs. Jack Wade Friday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Daulton and daughter Angia were Williamsport callers monday afternoon. Mrs. Clint Butler spent sunday in Boswell the guest of her Mother mrs. Letta Orange and family. Joe Daulton and family spent sunday with their daughter mrs. Charles Roberts and family of near Boswell. Don t forget preaching services next sunday morning at 11 o clock and sunday evening at 7 15. Everybody invited. Clint Butler and wife left for Montana monday where they will spend the summer. Clint says he expects to return to Indiana to spend the James Ford is on the sick list. F. R. Pence and Charley Herndon were in Ambia sunday. Mrs. Clarence Margason called on mrs. Eugene Thurman saturday. Miss Helen Beebe of Hammond is visiting friends Here this week. Or. And mrs. Earl Mehaffey of Attica Are visiting or. And mrs. A. M. Fisher. Several from Here attended the week. Mrs. Frank Trickey and daughter Marie spent sunday with John Brown. Mrs. Jasper Gaskill and children spent Friday afternoon with mrs. Willie Gaskill. Misses Maude Brown and Grace Grames were Rainsville visitors Friday afternoon. Several from this Vicinity attended the Sale at the Hunter hotel in Kramer thursday. Mrs. Shoemaker and daughter Irene of Kramer spent sunday with mrs. Gus Gephart. Mrs. James Fetterling and mrs. Robert Jones were guests of mrs. Robert Martin thursday. Mrs. James Cline and daughters Catherine and Frances were shop a Ping in Danville saturday mrs. Frank Beason and children spent saturday night and sunday with Hei father George Mitton of mrs. Mary Barber was on the sick list last week. Victor Freeman a toed to Kent land saturday. Lucy Brown spent saturday and sunday with Home folks. Mrs. William Dice and Clarice nem visited sunday afternoon with mrs. Mary Barber. Or. And mrs. Charles fix returned Friday from Florida where they have spent the Winter. Or. And mrs. George French of Talbot visited Over sunday with Lee Kelley and family at Raub. Mrs. Oscar Reid and mrs. Charles Huddler spent Friday with mrs. Harmon Hooker South of town. Or. And mrs. Ralph Cooper spent sunday afternoon with or. And mrs. John Barber South of town. Louise Kirtley of Indianapolis came saturday to visit her grandparents or. And mrs. John spies. Mrs. Flossie Plasket and children of Indianapolis Are visiting with her parents or. And mrs. Frank Miller. Mrs. Glenn Stokes and baby of Ross Deboy and wife spent Bun Hoopeston. Are visiting with her parents or. And mrs. Charles fix. Mrs. Mary Hickman of Boswell and mrs. Margaret Pierce of Nobles Ville called on mrs. Mary Barber Winthrop mrs. Robert Hoskins is improving in health. Mrs. Kruger has been on the sick list the past week. Rite Steele spent wednesday evening with gust. Peterson and family. Mrs. John Peterson spent thursday with mrs. Gust. Peterson. Or. And mrs. Wilbur Smith ate Elmer Beach and wife were calling i sunday dinner with Perry Anderson in Winthrop sunday afternoon. The a. B. C. Club met with mrs. Or. And mrs. Art Dailey Are move gust. Peterson wednesday after ing Back to Winthrop this week. I Howard Baker after two weeks illness with lung fever is Able to be telephones put out again. Day with Robert Hoskins and wife. Elmer be cd and wife of Kramer spent sunday with John Ross and wife. Howard Baker is confined to his bed with a severe attack of pneumonia. George Baker and wife were the guests of Charles Baker and wife on sunday. Mrs. Sherman fix returned monday after a few Days visit with her parents. Erran Martin wife and children visited with Walt Stettler and wife sunday. Saturday. Mrs. George Wakely and mrs. Henry Gunther of near tab spent saturday and sunday Here to help with the Bazaar and attended sunday school and Hill or. And mrs. John y. Bell Are the proud parents of a baby girl. Marshall Rhode of Chatterton will Stettler and wife spent Sun-1 was in our town last monday. There will be easter exercises sunday night at the Church. Everybody invited. Mrs. John marquess and children visited with her sister mrs. Robert Hoskins last week. Or. And mrs. Steadman of Independence visited with mrs. Rod Bertus Friday afternoon. Harley Smalley and his new Bride visited with his parents de Smalley and wife near this place the past week. After a Fine rain saturday and sunday the Sun has come out Bright and warm and the Trees Are budding rapidly. Mrs. Baker Charles Baker s Mother who has been visiting with them the past few Days has gone to Indianapolis for a Brief visit. Herbert Tarter who has been Home on a vacation for a couple of months will return to new York this week. His Mother is at present suffering intensely with Throat j trouble. Briscoe mrs. A ill Moffitt has been on the sick list the past week. Louise Biggs is spending the week with mrs. Gust. Peterson. Misses Delora Hazel and Margue Jer Ford had telephones put in last week. Wilbur Smith and Perry Anderson with their wives called on Charles Kochel sunday miss pumice Drollinger spent the Day sunday with Hazel Keller. Jess Greenwood was among the visitors Here sunday afternoon. Mrs. Miles Norris and son Harold were callers Here Friday morning. Ujj a i trustee e. A. Wurtsbaugh was a grand preparedness Parade in Dan. A a at f Ville saturday Williamsport caller monday after. Noon. Harold Pence returned to Valparaiso sunday after spending a few Days Here visiting his parents or. And mrs. F. R. Pence. The Christian Endeavor contest was won by the boys they having 7218 Points the girls having 1118. Now girls it s your treat. Word was received Here that Ray Wyatt son of j. W. Wyatt of this place had his Ford roadster stolen in Indianapolis one Day last week. The Young people s class of the Christian Church will give an easter Bazaar next saturday at the Church serving a Chicken pie supper and ice Cream. Everybody invited. Mrs. William Dicks returned from i visited a few Days last week with st. Elizabeth Hospital wednesday of ail wife and Naomi. Lawrence Cronkhite and wife of Danville were visitors Here monday morning. Dewey Dee of Williamsport was a caller Here tuesday evening of last week. A James Flesher and wife of John Sonville were West Lebanon visitors wednesday afternoon. C. O. Byers wife and children of Tilton visited the latter part of last week with relatives Here. Ves Larrabee and wife of West Lebanon spent Friday with Sherman Larrabee and family. Miss Konova Jones of Danville Harley Long wife and children mrs. Last week where she underwent a very delicate operation. She is re spent the Day sunday with ported As getting along nicely. Long s brother John Martin. I miss Lucille Vanpelt spent wed Day with John Stettler of near Independence. Mrs. Robert Hoskins has taken a Back set and is not getting along As she should. Miss Alma Perigo took her school children for an afternoon s Outing wednesday. The Little son of will Stettler and wife has been sick but at present is greatly improved. Miss Elia Farmer and Little Nephew Robert Lee spent monday with miss Jane Farmer. Mrs. Cecil Brown and children left saturday for a few Days visit with friends in Attica. Bill Hinton and family of near Williamsport spent sunday with Nelson Hinton and wife. Mrs. J. L. Marquess and children came monday for a few Days visit with mrs. Robert Hoskins. Miss Nellie Kerr spent sunday with her parents. She returned monday to Lafayette where she is attending Purdue Clarence Naville went to Detroit mich., last week. Mrs. Arley Goodwine has been on the sick list but is convalescing. The easter Bazaar at Locust Grove was Well attended saturday night. Mrs. Clarence Harvey of Independence visited with mrs. Harve Smith from tuesday until thursday. Or. And mrs. John Larch and or. And mrs. Bert Statzell attended Church at Williamsport sunday the aged Mother of mrs. Frank Bright is in poor health. Mrs. Louise Reed is visiting her daughter mrs. Tom Kirts. Mrs. Mabel Myers Ball of Iowa is visiting relatives at this place. A. W. Brown and family took sunday dinner with William Grames. Miss Opal Hillyer closed a very successful term at the Smith school saturday. C. J. Vester and family spent sunday with George Vester and family near Green Hill. The ladies Aid society will serve ice Cream and cake along with their Bazaar saturday evening. Mrs. Rachel Roberts has returned Home from Indianapolis where she spent the Winter with her daughter mrs. Kruse. The sunday school will give a Short easter program sunday morning. This is the regular preaching Day and a Good attendance is anticipated. The teachers and pupils of our schools Are preparing an elaborate program for the last Day of school Friday. Both or. Myers and miss Bisner have been very successful teachers and most All of the pupils regret that school is so near out. Miss Cecil Smith was the guest of miss Jesse Myers last sunday. Bom to or. And mrs. If fomer Wilson last sunday a nine Pound baby girl. Miss Nellie Hildebrand was the guest of or. And mrs. Peter Brown last sunday at dinner. There was a Good attendance at the Sabbath school last sunday con considering the i clemency of the weather. Rev. W. B. Taylor preached to a Good sized audience Here last sunday morning. There were two taken into the Church. William Knowles Eari Shoaf Vernon Straughn and Thomas Wilson went to Wiki Asport to attend the men s meeting last sunday afternoon. The Warren county Sabbath school convention will be held Here at the u. B. Church on thursday april 26. It is hoped that every Sabbath school in the county will Send delegates to this convention. Or. And mrs. E. H. Wilson entertained at dinner last Friday Rev. W. B. Taylor and wife and daughter Grace. W. B. And e. H. Drove to Williamsport and attended the to Dell Maxwell meeting in the afternoon. Fire Tornado liability insurance health Accident plate Glass farm Loans a. Goodell amp sons co. Low interest partial payments gel Road Ernest Grey Bonds a a surety and Fidelity Williamsport ind. It a a t it 1 phone 374 Rural route i or. And mrs. Harve Smith enter i mesday night of last week with miss j trained at dinner sunday or. There Aire thousands of children who Are Bright but frail not sick but underdeveloped they play with their f Oody they catch colds easily and do and not thrive they Only need auctioneer farm and Stock sales a specially Marshfield Indiana it i it i it a it it it it it it it it save them for me i will take care of your dead horses and cow Good Timothy Hay for Sale also some Mammoth Clover seed absolutely Cican and free free from Buckhorn. At my farm in Pine Vanreed Willi import Ethel Flesher of Johnsonville. Misses Gladys and Mildred White spent saturday afternoon with the misses Mabel and Lucille Vanpelt. James Talbert wife and son Martin of Tilton visited saturday and sunday with the former s parents or. And mrs. George Talbert. Mrs. Bert Statzell or. And mrs. John Larch and son Meredith. Jare you prepared with a bottle of the or. Powell tincture it is the Best Medicine in the world to use in cases of Colic flux dysentery diarrhoea and summer con plaint. Good for old and Young alike. Try a bottle. Nature cures the doctor lakes the fee there is an old saying that Quot nature cures the doctor takes the fee Quot but As everyone knows you can help nature very much and thereby enable it to effect a cure in much less time than is usually required. This is particularly True of colds. Chamberlain s cough remedy relieves the lungs liquified the Tough mucus and aids in its expectoration in allays the cough and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Adv. Envision to Start them growing and keep them going. Child Len relish Scotts and it carries rare nutritive qualities to their blood streams ibid gives them flesh food Bone food and strength food. Nothing Ham Ful in Scotts. 6c�tt& Bowse Bloomfield . Itrat i will Btry , old Iron magma mes books old papers Etc. In fact anything in the Way of old Januc. Just Call me i la be there. Vanreed Williamsport a Happy Home for a hungry Man a at lower s restaurant p. special sunday Chicken dinner eliminates that Sabbath worry. I

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