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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - August 10, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana
The review at gust 10, 1916.if we make mistakes Tell us four things you get Here 1st courteous treatment 2d Good goods 3d reasonable prices 4th prompt deliver butt s grocery. Phones 50t-243i. Williamsport i tempt All kinds of summer goods that is thin and Cooling at Messner s notion store. It. I Dan Rex of Independence was a business visitor in the county seat tuesday morning. Or. Boyd Jones of Independence made a business trip to our City wednesday morning. Joe Borders and wife attended the funeral of mrs. Border s Uncle Willuam Scott last thursday near Wellington 111. J. 0. Mccormick left tuesday morning for a few Days visit with friends at Rockville and also to attend the Chautauqua. Miss Thelma Stansbury of Kokomo spent the first of the week Here the guests of her cousins Dale an Margaret Stansbury. Or. And mrs. Frank Endsley and i Dave Gasner wife and daughter i Tansa of Milford 111., spent sunday with Joe Borders and wife. Tom butt who about three weeks ago sustained a very bad Burn while working at the car Coupler in Attica is much better and Able to get around. Mrs. J. B. Dennis and Little daughter of Iorbana lu., came Over tuesday evening to spend a few Days with her husband and her Many old j friends in this place. The commissioners held their Reg ular meeting last monday and allowed Bills arid let contracts for painting the River Bridges at Williamsport and at Independence. Mrs. J. C. Young of Frankfort ind., and Frank Mcconnell wife and daughter of Oxford spent the Day saturday with or. And mrs. W h. Langton on Lincoln Street. George Vester and wife who re Side North of Independence were in Williamsport tuesday morning en-1 route to Lafayette to consult a Phy Simian regarding mrs. Vester s health. I Frank Kerst and wife who have been in this Vicinity for the past week visiting the family of James Kerst returned to their Home at Morris Hill near Indianapolis tuesday morning. There is no use going around looking like you were about to melt go to Messner s notion store and have them show the goods that make Cool clothing at prices that Are within your reach. It. Dale Stansbury went to Attica tuesday morning to accompany the car Coupler band and a Bunch of advertising boosters on a trip advertising the Attica Chautauqua which opens to Morrow Friday. The review Republican has been talking Park week after week until even Fowler has caught the fever. But they have gone our people one better they have appointed a committee to investigate tracts of land and when one is found that is suitable they will buy it and make a Park. We could do the same thing if we would. All it takes is a Little push. I the Attica school will open sep a tember 11. Chas. Sipes was a Danville visitor j monday Forenoon. Mrs. John Vanreed was the guest of Attica friends monday. Rae Fleming made a business trip to Marshfield monday Forenoon. Lum Siddens of West Lebanon transacted business in this place monday. W. P. Carmichael of st. Louis was Here looking after business monday. Get a Hammock at Messner s notion store. They Are very reasonable in Price. It. Commissioner Peter Rodgers of Mound township was a visitor in our City monday. Eve. Brown of Warren township was a business visitor in our City saturday Forenoon. Andy Swaim of Independence was a visitor in the county seat londay Forenoon. For Sale a Good rubber tire buggy for Sale cheap. Inquire at Darling s grocery. 46-t2 mrs. Fred Horn who has been Here the. Past week visiting relatives returned to her Home in Dudley 111., monday morning. Frank Demmary came Over from Frankfort saturday evening and spent sunday and monday with his wife son and daughter. Wilmer Sheffer left monday morning for Points in Michigan to buy horses. Last week he had on the Market in Chicago 102 head of horses. A grouch can see All the f aults of others but he can t see his own. What is the use complaining about the weather. We be got to die some Day. Speaking a Good word is like kissing a pretty girl. You want to do it again. The township school in Warren county will open monday september 4. Ray keys and his Mother of bos Well were visitors in Williamsport last Friday morning. Miss Adah Newhouse went to Covington Friday morning in the interest of her music class. Milton Cark from the tab neighbourhood was a business visitor in the county seat last Friday. England too is making naughty eyes at Uncle Sam. But then she did that once before and was sorry. Carrying a Rabbit s foot in your pocket May bring you Good Luck but perseverance and hard work gets the Coin. John e. Briggs of Muncie was in our City a few Days last week visit ing his parents and looking after business matters. Miss j. S. Durham who has been visiting the family of Joe simmer i Mon returned to her Home in Frankfort Friday morning. Mrs. Mary Springman a sister of i mrs. A. W. Harper spent wednes-1 Day and thursday night Here As her sister s guest returning to her Home in Attica Friday morning. Wilbur Nolin the nominee for prosecutor of Benton and Warren counties on the Republican ticket was Down from Fowler Friday Forenoon. He came Down with judge Berry who was called Here to hold a juvenile court. Mrs. A. Riston who has been Here the past few Days visiting her parents John Fritz and wife returned to her Home in Danville monday morning. She was accompanied Home by her sister miss Jessie Fritz. Miss Cleta Kiger who spent last week Here visiting relatives and girl friends returned to her Home in West Lebanon monday morning. She was accompanied Home by miss Ruby Kiger who spent the Day with girl friends. We have underwear for All class of men and women children and 1 wee babies it is the Cool kind just what you need for this hot weather and it is priced reasonable at Messner s notion store. It. Quot dad quot Fisher of Pence and trustee of Jordan township was a business visitor in the county seat monday. Quot dad quot said he intended to buy a Ford car but not this season. It to know we have the cleanest most sanitary and Best stocked grocery and Market in the county. We give our customers the Best possible goods at the lowest possible prices along with the utmost in courteous treatment prompt service and instant deliveries. There s a reason for our always being Busy. A trial will convince you. Better groceries Odle s better meats. Phones 7�z-23i where the word quot Satty Taffy has a meaning. Williamsport. Dayton Coffing was a visitor in Attica saturday morning. Than Pearson made a business trip to Danville saturday. Mrs. Allie Swank and daughter Janice were Lafayette visitors saturday. Geo. Keister of Pence was a business visitor in our City saturday morning. Clarence Thomas and family from near Hedrick were Williamsport shoppers last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Warren Marsh left saturday for Troy Ohio for a week or ten Days visit with her daughter mrs. Etta Stewart. Joe Borders and h. H. Bertrand will each have a tent on the grounds at the Attica Chautauqua which opens to Morrow. Misses Gertrude and Elizabeth Etnire went to Oakwood 111., saturday morning for a week s visit with relatives and friends. Last week Ben Harris moved his household goods to Otterbein where he has a position with the Otterbein Telephone company. Mrs. Eller Mitchell who spent a part of last week Here with her daughter and husband Fred Riten tack him As soon As fall and Winter sets in. I the progressive leaders who As sem bled in Indianapolis last wednes-1 Day and thursday to discuss the advisability of putting a National tick i it in the Fie a decided that it was i too late to do so. Seventeen states were represented at the meeting. Judge Burton Berry of Fowler came Down from Fowler last Friday a morning to hold a closed session of i juvenile court wherein a Bunch of youngsters from West Lebanon had j i been violating the Law due no doubt to Reading quot yellow backed quot novels i i de. Borders of the College Corner neighbourhood was a business Visi a tor in our City saturday Forenoon. I de. Used to go to Boswell to do his j trading but he has found by experience that Williamsport is a much j better town in which to Supply his wants. The Scarcity of leather is expected to bring wooden shoes into Vogue. And if some society Belle in new York should take a notion to Wear a i pair you May be sure that every woman in the United states will be lumbering around with a dugout Canoe on each foot inside of six i months. Automatic Progress and Lenox refrigerators Lee Rishel wife and two children of Attica were guests saturday evening and sunday of Ernest Phillips and family. Mrs. Rishel is a sister of or. Phillips. The misses Gertrude and Hazel Dennis and Fleda Watkins of Urbana 111., came monday afternoon for a visit with the Dennis girls father and Fleda s parents or. And mrs. George Watkins and friends. Joe Weaver superintendent of the county Asylum was a business visitor in the county Capitol monday. Joe stated it was hot and dry out his Way and that crops were badly in need of rain. The women s missionary society of the presbyterian Church will meet at the Home of mrs. Ella Smith thursday August 17, 1916, at 2 30 p. M. Members please take notice and attend. Joseph g. Davis a Printer of Chicago was a caller at this office monday Forenoon. Or. Davis is a brother of quot daddy quot Davis the elevator Man at Jud Yville and is Down in this part of the country on a vacation. Mrs. Bird h. Davis and sons. Shell c., and Samuel b., left Here thursday evening for Williamsport where they stayed All night and left the following morning with editor and mrs. J. H. Stephenson in their machine for Winona Lake ind., where they will visit the former s daughter and attend the Winona Assembly a few Hoosier is the people s store no order too Small or none too Large Bat that we give it our immediate attention. Read this partial list. Groceries meats provisions. Salt by the barrel. Fruits bakery goods artificial . W. Harper. He said he d wait until next August when the Price would be Only $1.98. A. R. Schell of Toledo Ohio a son in Law of H. Warrick arrived Here saturday afternoon for a visit Over sunday. He was accompanied by James Churchill also of the same place who is in the grocery business. They started on their return trip Home monday morning. Philip Garrison went to West Lebanon wednesday to visit friends and to advertise his resident property which he has for Sale Down in old town. Philip offers his property at a reasonable Price and if he Sells it within the next few weeks he will move to Kramer where he can take treatment. Harry salts is Laid up with a very sore hand which he Cut on the number plate of will Cowgill s Auto. He and or. Cowgill were driving Down the Street saturday evening and will quot killed quot his engine and Harry got out to Crank it. In doing so he caught his right hand under the number plate and Cut a very ugly Gash in it which has for the past few Days rendered him unable for duty. Roy Brov a a Farmer residing near Ambia met with a painful injury last. Week. He was hauling sheaf Oats to a threshing machine. Another Wagon was standing at the Carrier when he drove up and he got off the Wagon leaving his pitch Fork on the Load. When it came his turn to unload he took another Fork and threw some sheaves on the Carrier. The Fork he had left on the Wagon became dislodged and fell off. It struck the drive Belt rebounded and penetrated the Skull Over the left Eye the Point of one of the prongs coming out near the left Temple. Brown was rendered unconscious and was carried to his Home. A physician was summoned and the opinion was expressed that he might recover. The Accident occurred on Brown s farm. A our and wife returned to her Home i near Foster saturday morning. The misses Helen and Marion i winks of Watseka 111., who spent a j week in this place visiting their grand Mother mrs. Belle Sentman i and with girl friends returned to i their Home wednesday morning. J John Moliere assumed his new duties As postmaster at Kramer last i wednesday. We know that John will do a Good Job of stamp Licking j or. Perry the retiring postmaster will for a Short time enjoy a Vaca i fion. I h. L. Stockard went to Marsh Field saturday morning to look after business. He said something about doing some harvesting but judging from his clothing about All the harvesting hell do will be at the table shocking potatoes and Beans. Geo. Keller a former resident of Warren county who years ago conducted a Blacksmith shop on the county line at a Small place known As Petersburg which has Long since passed out of existence died at his Home up in Benton county last week. The dramatic company that played Here All last week under a tent were not very liberally patronized. The plays were Good and the company was made up of ladies and gentlemen but for some reason they could t get the people to attend. Last week than Pearson sold his residence property on fourth Street to Ray keys of Boswell consideration $3,500. Chas. Farmer and family who occupy the House have moved into the Miller property in the South part of town. Or. Pearson will go West along about the 1st of september for his health upon the advice of his physician. Than has been enjoying pretty Good health this summer but he is afraid that the rheumatism will again at Rev. J. M. Dawson and daughter i miss Mildred left Friday morning for Sterling Kansas where Evange-1 list Dawson will begin a series of meetings. His daughter has charge of the music and choir. The family his wife and sons have shipped their household effects to Indianapolis where they will make their future Home. Mrs. De. Carter and babe of fort Wayne arrived Here the last of the week to visit her Mother mrs. Catherine Hunter and family. R. W. Alexander of Pine township was a business visitor in the county seat wednesday Forenoon. Lawrence Durborow of the Culver military school spent the fore part of the week Here visiting his Mother and looking after business matters. Airs. Sarah Thompson who has been visiting in Augusta kv., since last May returned to wih iia sport last Friday. A. G. Broadie one of our prominent and progressive hardware merchants transacted business in Lafayette wednesday. Miss Katherine Etnire and her guest. Miss Edith Beamer and the messes. Oliver Astell and George Madden spent last sunday in Lafayette enjoying the Cool breezes at Columbia Park. We. Hurst of Pine township was in the City Friday Forenoon and while knocking around visiting the boys stepped into our Sanctum and gave us a Dollar on his subscription. He also stated that the Farmers in his Section of the country were Nee d ing rain very bad and that it must come pretty soon or else the Corn crop would be almost a failure. Lawrence Woodrow last thursday was the victim of an Accident. He was working for the mud Lavia Springs company and while handling a team of horses one of them struck him with its front foot a severe blow on his left Shin Bone making a very ugly wound. Lawrence did t think very much of it at the time and went on about his work the following two Days but saturday night it began to swell and on sunday it gave him quite a Little trouble so much that he concluded to remain at Home until it got better. I. N. Statzell and wife of this place accompanied by mrs. Carl Statzell and children and Bert Statzell and wife of tab drove to Hoopeston 111., last sunday and attended the Jones reunion. There were descendants to the number of 60 or 65 and they came from Virginia Oklahoma and Indiana. Lewis Jones for whom the reunion was held was present and has lived to see 88 Winters and Summers Fleet by. Even at his advanced age he seems to be enjoying Good health and can enjoy an innocent joke just As Well As when he was Back in his youth. Be Good to your wife think of her working Over a red hot stove cooking three meals per Day for you when you could to Darling s grocery and bakery and save her this toil and worry by buying almost everything you want and can mention already prepared for the table which Means no heat in your Finouse and your wife pleasant and smiling when the meal is served. J h. W. Darling 64i phones 320�z.j
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