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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - April 26, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana The review Beau Bialcak april 26, i�i7 Honey Branch several from this Vicinity were Utica shoppers saturday. Clint Brown and wife spent Sun quot a with we. F. Brown and family. Frank Trickey and son Loren Ere Attica visitors thursday after icon. Sunday school was Well attended sunday there being 66 in attendance. We. Hurst of Rainsville spent sunday with Frank Trickey and family. Norma Bartlett and family were guests of Albert Carlson and family sunday. Nelson Olson and family were sunday guests of James Cline and family. Mart Landon and family and mrs. Sarah Cline spent sunday Vith Fred Bush and wife on the Prairie. Are visiting or. And mrs. Elmer Ammerman this week. Or. And mrs. Clarence Mcdonald of Williamsport spent sunday afternoon with mrs. Pearl Sauer . Mitchell of Danville has taken the contract of building a new Brick garage 120 feet Long and 40 feet wide for Thomas Groves. The old Frame Block on main Street is now being torn away and the new building will be erected there. Lateon Smith died Friday morning after a few Days illness due to a stroke of paralysis. He was the oldest Veteran of our town being 88 years old. Surviving Are two daughters. Misses May and Josephine Smith one brother Benj. Smith of Oxford and one grandson William Smith of Attica. Funeral services were held at the family residence on East fourth Street sunday afternoon at two o clock. Rev. P. A. Reisner of the m. E. Church officiating and burial was made in the West Lebanon too late for last week wanted�?150 in Bible school Sun mrs. Eva Van tress of near Pine Day at 10 00 a. M. Village and mrs. James simmer Paul Clark spent sunday with Man and daughter Gladys of near Meridith Larch. Elm Grove were guests sunday of Corrine Roe is helping mrs. A. F. John Brown. Larch this week. The Myers school taught by miss Frank Wilbur and family were Irene Schlosser and the Modoc Hoopeston shoppers monday school taught by miss Constance is. Chas. Hickman was among Talbert closed wednesday of last i oppers Avion Day. Week. The affair being held at the Goodwine and wife entertain Myers school. Be patrons gathered by gunday. Or. And mrs. John Huling called at the noon hour with Well filled baskets and gave the teachers and pupils a pleasant Surprise. After the dinner was Over an interesting program was rendered by the pupils consisting of recitations dialogues and John Mankey and family were Danville shoppers . John stump and daughters were Attica callers saturday. Geprge Ruthford and wife spent sunday with Joe Doulton and family. T. A. Hall transacted business in Hillsboro wednesday of last week. Mabel fix spent saturday night and sunday with Alice and Ruby John Weaver and wife entertained reverend Sellers and wife at dinner sunday. Norma Bartlett wife and daughter were sunday guests of Albert Carlson and family. Mrs. Mollie Mccabe of near Pine. Village spent saturday night and sunday with j. B. Wade and wife. Mrs. John Foster mrs. Lew Jones and mrs. Jack Wade were Attica and Williamsport shoppers tues i or. And mrs. Mckinney and or. I and mrs. Everett Smith of Scotland hi., spent sunday with or. And mrs. I t. A. Hall. Mrs. Hall and mrs. Mckinney Are Sisters. J on a. F. Larch and wife tuesday. Arley Goodwine and Kenneth Larch drove to Danville tuesday morning. Several of the Young people took advantage of the weather and went picnicking sunday afternoon. Arley Goodwine and wife and ber Nice Goodwine visited with Lew Short and family East of Attica sunday. Mrs. Harve Smith and children and mrs. Aaron Larch and son Kenneth were in Ambia monday afternoon. Dal Yoeman went to Aurora to visit daughter Lois who is slowly improving from a severe attack of pneumonia. Quot the Yankee peddle quot Given by the Junior sunday school class Here sunday night was Well attended and credit to All that had a part should be Given. The children will give it at the Christian Church at Ambia on saturday night apr. 21st and at Pence Friday night apr. 27. The door receipts Here were near $30.00. Frame a i son successors to l. A. Hess a West Lebanon Clarence Debord and family were Danville callers sunday. Doc gating of Stone Bluff spent sunday with Home folks Here. A party of Young folks from Here motored to Danville sunday evening. The work of laying the pipes for the waterworks system is rapidly progressing. Mrs. William Young and two sons b. R. And Roy spent sunday with Mack Simpkins and family at Camp-1 Bell station. I Earl Ford and family of Kokomo garage tires and Auto accessories repairing in charge of an experienced Man. Or. Farmer we have an acetylene welding machine and Are prepared to Weld any broken part of your machinery. Come in and talk it Over with us. Fire Tornado liability insurance health Accident plate Glass farm Loans a. Goodell amp sons co. A Low interest partial payment gravel Road Bonds surety and Fidelity Ernest Grey agent Williamsport Warren Bussell is the owner of a new Reo car. Elmer Larch and family visited Over sunday in Lafayette. Cuba Woods of Watseka was a Boswell visitor saturday. Jake Schussele of Lafayette was in Boswell Friday on business. Will dually of Indianapolis visited Over sunday with Mother. Or. And mrs. Harmon Hooker went to Fine Village Friday on business. Mrs. Lavon Mon tier of Chicago came saturday to visit her Little son Eugene. Or. And mrs. We. G. Wattles of West Pine spent sunday with John Freeman. Harmon Hooker and wife and mrs. Will Dick a toed to Hoopeston thursday. Mrs. Charles fix went to Hoopes ton to be at the bedside of her son Glenn stocks. Favier Mon tier of Tab visited with Mother mrs. Veazy of Boswell last week. Mrs. Sigel Royster of Delphi came saturday to visit Over sunday with relatives of Boswell. Or. And mrs. Claude fix of Brook spent sunday in Boswell visiting friends and relatives. Harley Moyer Mother and sister and miss Minnie Eberly spent sunday afternoon in Rainsville. Mrs. Lewis Freeman and mrs. Lettie Orange and daughter Loraine shopped in Danville saturday. Jim Hooker and wife of Pine Village visited sunday afternoon with Billy Hooker and wife of Boswell. Or. And mrs. Ross Kelley of East Lynn visited Over sunday with her parents or. And mrs. Harry Johnson. Lewis Freeman a toed to Ade Friday to attend the last Day of school where son Sigel has been teaching. Irene Byerley and miss Blanche Wagner went to Ambia Friday to the last Day of school and exhibition. Miss Laurabelle Glascock and Walter Moyer were married saturday at the Home of Rev. Arthur in Attica. Miss Margaret Maddox one of the Boswell High school teachers returned to her Home at Otterbein saturday. Charles Wagner came from Frank ton wednesday to spend the summer with Mother and grandparents or. And mrs. Lewis Freeman. Miss Mary Hamilton returned to her Home at Swaningson after spending the Winter with her grandmother and going to school. Billy Hooker and wife entertained at sunday dinner mrs. Sigel Royster or. And mrs. Dale Hubbard Sigel Victor and Myrtle Joe libel was a West Lebanon visitor saturday. Trustee e. A. Wurtsbaugh was business caller at Indianapolis monday. Or. And mrs. H. E. Wright and son spent sunday with or. And mrs. Charles Alburn. Herman Alburn wife and children spent sunday with or. And mrs. Frank Wysong. Or. And mrs. Charles Jack and 1 Earl visited sunday with Charles Fearington and family. I mrs. Claude Reinbolt and baby of i att Ica visit d saturday and sunday with Wes Sutton and family. Or. And mrs. James Williams visited sunday with their daughter mrs. Arthur Ping and family. Miss Christine Prather of Williamsport spent the Day monday with mrs. Will Nail and Naomi. Porter Williams of West Lebanon spent saturday and sunday with or. And mrs. Elwood Williams. Pence a. M. Wood is on the sick list. Jesse Ford was in town monday. S. W. Shatell spent sunday at Home. Lee Evans transacted business in Rossville saturday. O. W. Fisher and wife attended the funeral of mrs. Rebecca Sears at Danville sunday. James Ford and wife returned saturday from a prospecting tour through Southern Indiana. T. S. Roberts and family of Rainsville were calling on Geo. Whipps and wife sunday afternoon. Thos. Downey and family and Otis Downey and family spent sunday with John Downey and family at Johnsonville. Walter Ruark Mose Fisher Arley Fisher and isome hem Don assisted the Alvin band last thursday to play for the Flag raising. The Young people of the Ambia Christian Church will give a play at the Church saturday evening april 28. Quot Down in Dixie quot is a War play in which the subject is treated in a fair and unprejudiced manner. The hero is from the North the heroine from the South. A Southern villain and a Northern scoundrel each figure prominently in the Story. It is Given for the Benefit of the Loyal boys and girls class. Too late for last week 0. W. Fisher and wife spent sunday in Hoopeston. George Whipps and Elmore fore were in Williamsport saturday. Miss Eva Robinson of Augusta Illinois is the guest of miss Lela Wood. Wesley Ford has moved to town he occupies the Sam Roberts prop erty on Jordan Street. F. B. Gillespie and family and Walter Ruark and family attendee the funeral of Uncle Sam Story a Kramer monday. Lewis Lohrmeyer son of Henry Lohrmeyer West of town fell while playing at school Friday and Frac tured left Arm. Hits pm hard the county clerks in the Northern part of the state and Chicago have been doing a Rushing business since War has been declared issuing marriage licenses to the Fellows who Don t want to be soldiers. They Fig ure that in Case of a draft or compulsory service the single Fellows will be called first. One Day this week Over one thousand marriage licenses were issued in Chicago Anc one Young Man who applied for License was honest enough to the the clerk that he was entering Matrimony to keep from fighting. The Young wives of these men should be proud of them ? and if a draft is necessary they should be the first to go to the front and should be place in the first line As men of this Kinc Are worthless to the government and their worthless carcass May be the Means of saving some Brave fellow wh6 might otherwise be Benton review. Ill i 111 11111 ill n 11 irim i 11 n i inn 111 in i i i i nig 3ge to visitors from abroad and surrounding country when in Pence and you want a first class meal or lunch Call a the Whipps rests Grant Corner of Ridenour and first Street. I also handle groceries at the Loyest Price possible give me a Call and be convinced Eide doll up come in and get a first class shave a modern hair Cut and a refreshing shampoo and be somebody. So Ewart s 8ani�zary Barber Williamsport Indiana i a 3qe hard and soft Coal Kentucky White Ash. Virginia splint Best Grade of Range Coal Pocahontas and Cannell Coal Premium Anthracite flour feed and Salt Williamsport Grain company full we ight always guaranteed full weight always guarantee save them for me i will take care of your dead How uses and cows i will buy ra8 sold Iron rna Jjames books old papers Etc. In fact in the Way of Oli tank. Just Call me i la be there. Quot quot a ii a sport Here is a remedy that will put new strength and vigor into your run Down system or. And mrs. Webb Tanner spent the Day sunday with mrs. Tanner s Mother mrs. David Jordan at West Lebanon. 1 miss Mona Irving returned Home saturday evening from Carbondale after a week s visit with her grandmother mrs. David Hiatt. Or. And mrs. Grover Williams and son Arnold visited sunday with mrs. Williams parents or. And mrs Park Lawson of near Johnsonville. Comp. Extract. Sarsaparilla is being used with great sue Cess by thousands and we recommend it to you with perfect Confidence that the results will More than satisfy you. Note the formula on the Label. This tonic will enrich your blood strengthen your nerves and make you feel More refreshed than Ever. Sold in two sizes 50c and $i.oo. 1 by to. Odle s grocery and Market will pay 35c for fresh Sweet country butter. St re Indiana the Trafford a will pull a two twelve Inch Bottoms in any Ordinary soil and a sixteen Inch Bottoms anywhere. Harrows two sections of Spring tooth or three sections of Peg Harrow. Manure spreader loaded and working. Drills roller or pulverized mowers binders com harvesters potato diggers Hay loaders Road graders Road drags discs. The test any Load on any farm that can be successfully handled by three horses. L. Burns Otterbein Indiana. Agent for Warren and Benton counties. H i a i Williamsport a iii it i Luisiii so i a i iii i i ii i iii i i n i i n Lili you can Etter printing Here

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