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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The Beliew rept blk cd in Decemb a a a 7, 1916. Mrs. John Foster called on mrs. Turner Hall thursday afternoon. John Mankey and family were Williamsport shoppers saturday. Jack Wade and wife visited friends in Attica wednesday of last week. Lew Jones and family were guests thanksgiving of b. F. Robinson and family. Mrs. John stump and children ate sunday dinner with we. Burr and family. . Forester and Walter Winner Boswell mrs. Geo. Labonty is on the sick list. J. M. Freeman and wife spent sunday in Ambia. A a Perry Smith is the owner of a new i began work at the car Coupler Iru Ford roadster de beavers made a business to in to Lafayette tuesday. Harmon Hooker made a business trip to Attica Friday. Fred Sargent is the owner of a new Ford touring car. Myrtle Freeman and Blanche Wagner were in Oxford saturday. Oscar Reid and wife visited sunday with Lewis Coy and family. Dale Hubbard and wife spent sunday with Billy Hooker and wife. Earl Rossiter spent the first of the week with his brother Tom of near Oxford. Mrs. Annie Hooker spent wednesday afternoon with Lewis French and wife. Lewis Freeman and wife visited sunday with Henry May and family of Talbot. John Schindles and family of Boswell spent sunday with mrs. Scott Talbot. Miss Reannie Rossiter returned from Alvin sunday from a visit with her Uncle who is very ill. Cecil Keller and wife of near la Favette spent thanksgiving at the Home of Newt Kelley and wife. Mrs. Clint Butler of Carbondale visited wednesday with her Mother mrs. Lettie Orange of Boswell. Ira Cronkhite and family spent tuesday at the Home of mrs. Cronk Hite s Mother near Williamsport. Pete Rossiter and family of Mason cite Iowa Are visiting with his Mother mrs. Jim Rossiter South of Boswell. Mrs. Oscar Reid and son Freeman mrs. Will Freeman and Alice Saksman spent tuesday at the Home of Lewis Freeman and family. John Border wife and son Harold a toed to Morgantown wed Neslav to visit with the latter s parents. Or. And mrs. Wise returning Home sunday. Ruth Alexander who is attending school at Bloomington came Home to spend thanksgiving with her parents or. And mrs. Jim Alexander of Boswell. Geo. French and wife of near Talbot entertained at sunday dinner Chas. Huddle and wife Harmon Hooker and family Henry Miller Attica monday morning Joe Dalton and family visited thanksgiving Day with the former s parents wat Dalton and wife. B. F. Johnson wife and two children and Sam Hankins and wife of Portland visited with Lew Jones and family sunday. Lee Butler and wife entertained at dinner thanksgiving Day Clint Butler and wife Robert Butler and wife and miss Fern Swanson. And family wife. Ana Bert French no a a of a a West Lebanon. Robert series has been on the sick list the past week. Or. And mrs. C. E. Jones spent sunday with or. And mrs. Earl at Hoopeston. Miss Lucy Debord and brother. John left sunday for a visit with relatives at Indianapolis. Or. And mrs. Estell Debord of Pence Wek Umed a line son saturday night. All Are doing Fine. Mrs. George Ogle who is spending the Winter at Riverside spent the week end with Home folks Here. Several Flora Here attended the dance at lii cirs Fiield saturday night and All report a Large crowd and a Fine time. A the West Lebanon basketball team went to Pine Village Friday night and a keyed the team result of the Hajne was 23 to 16 in Favi r of Pine Village. A nine Pound son was lion to or. And mrs. Ralph Flesher Friday night but tie Little one Only lived an Sinur. It was buried in the local saturday Village. Mrs. Ray Ogborn and son Are visiting with relatives at Bloomington. Mrs. Amanda Cobb is visiting at Peoria 111., with Ralph Bartlett and wife. Bert Dill and family of Dawson Park visited with mrs. Laura Brier sunday. A social dance will be Given at the red men s Hall Friday evening december 8th. Prof. B. F. Ropp returned monday after a few Days visit at Columbia City with relatives. The poverty social Given by the pythian Sisters was Well attended. The proceeds being 817.00. Mrs. F. B. Ogborn was called to Des Moines Iowa by the serious illness of her sister mrs Kate Frank in. The ladies Aid of the E. Church Are planning a Bazaar to be held at the Church december 9th. Miss Maskey our music and drawing teacher returned Home sunday after a few Days visit at Chicago. The Christian Church is planning lab rate Christmas exercises to be Given on saturday evening december 23, a game of Basket Ball was played Friday evening with West Lebanon and Pine Village at the gymnasium. The score was 16 to 23 in favor of the Home boys. Isaac Wade and wife of Lafayette visited with relatives at this place the latter part of the week. Or. Wade delivered an address sunday evening at the Christian Church. Mrs. James Johnson of Lockwood Ohio returned to her Home monday after a 10 Days visit at this place. Mrs. Johnson was called Here to attend the funeral of her sister mrs. Dan Brown. Mrs. Lillie Lamoreaux of Chicago visited relatives at this place the latter part of the week. She was accompanied Home monday by her Mother mrs. Harriet Lagesse who will spend the Winter with mrs. Lamoreaux. Miss Floy the accomplished daughter of n. J. Blind and wife was married to George Akers at 1 o clock wednesday afternoon by the Rev. A s. Godwin of the E. Church. Or. Akers is the son of Melvin Akers and wife. After a Brief wedding trip to Chicago and other Points they will be Home to their Many friends january 1st, at their farm Home 4 Miles Southeast of Pine prices soaring. Prices on All materials that enter into an automobile s construction have advanced from 30 to 50 per cent during the last few months. Most manufacturers have already advanced prices or have announced quot mess Nev their intention of doing so. A the Ford motor co., As usual Are the first to lower prices and the last to raise but the tremendous increase in prices of All articles used in the manufacture of cars is beyond the control of Man. Present prices of Ford cars Are still in effect but Are not guaranteed against Advance for a single Day nor will orders be accepted for future delivery at the present prices. If you intend buying a Ford in the Spring by All Means buy it now. For can match anything you have for Trade in real or personal property. We will advertise a description not exceeding 50 words of your property free. The trading Central 9w3 Terre haute Indiana. Public Sale. The undersigned will sell at Public auction thursday dec. 14, 1916, the personal property of Zachariah Rains deceased at his late residence 3 Miles South and 2 mile West 01 Boswell ind., near College Corner the following property to wit 16 head of horses and colts�?7 Good Vork mares 2 work geldings 2 year-Olds b yearling Colts All Good heavy drafters. 4 Good cows one with calf by her Side 3 weanling calves. 4 sows 1 boar. 0. 1. C. Stock. 6 sets work harness 1 single buggy harness 1 cattle whip 16 leather head halters 15 Good leather collars some pads and nets. One Ford automobile. 1 mowing machine and Clover Buncher Binder 1 a talking plow 1 wheat plow Vise forge and Anvil 3 Oliver sulky plows 1 new gang plow 1 planter and Check were 1 fertilizer attachment 2 disc harrows and 1 smoothing Harrow 1 roller 1 pulverized 3 cultivators 1 Row cultivator 1 weeder seedier and cart 4 wagons 1 new 2 buggies 1 lot Bench tools Pinch bar Post Digger Spade 2 sacks Clover seed 2 Metal Oil barrels 1 new gasoline pump engine 1 Good Corn elevator and Power 2 log chains Block and tackle 2 Iron kettles ladder 2 Straw Racks about 60 rods wire Fence 1 hog trough 1 steel Waterer 3 scoop shovels 7 Forks 2 Straw knives 1 feed cart about 500 bushels of Oats and about 1.000 bushels of Corn. 3 sets bump boards 1 hand Corn Sheller 1 Tongue Spring and chains 1 Hay Rake 900 ears seed Corn and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of Sale All sums of s5 and under Cash on Day of Sale. A credit of nine months will be Given on All sums Over s5. Purchaser giving the usual bankable Noie drawing 6 per cent interest from Date. Bright administrator. Butler bros., auctioneers. Dinner by College Corner ladies Aid society. Clarence v. Naville sheriff. 3.00 i Locust Grove ladies Aid meals. 7.00 Kvashin ton township. Leroy Brier inspectors 8 00 Fred held Jussel to c. Stephens Jusfre 00 e. A a Clinzie clerk4.00alfred Klaire. Clerk of Davy Smith. Sherlft00 William , sheriff3.00 room Rento. B Pitcher Bros meals for Milt Keister. Coal quot it Rufus s. La aunt. t. X. Statzell jiidire.4.00 Heury Hartz. Judgre4.00 Georee Demotte clerk4.00 William Mariatt clerk4.00 Everett Howard sheriff3.00 William fun Daley. Sheriff3. To j. H. Stephenson room rent a a Ower meals for Board quot 00 h. M. , a Robert Whitley judge4.00 a Lohn a Lorn judee4.00 Laymond Bush clerk4.00 Delbert Mcclinney. Clerk4.00 Fohn Shamp sheriff3.00 Henry Conger sheriff3.00 Fred Loitz room Renta 00 Amos lower meals for i link tows Shil. A Vel w. Brown Oscar w. . Judge. 1". M. Seals Iudice. Arthur w. Lii Lyer clerk. Laymond Bisner clerk. Dolph Terry sheriff. A Ediin w. Thompson Sli Riff. Mrs. Lila Loffman. Meals for Board. It town sur. Andrew Fields Insp Clor. A Lames Goudy. Judge. Diavid Cromer judge. William Oehmke. Clerk. M. L. Bout inner. Clerk. Thomas Lio Darvi a sheriff. A James Nease. Sheril. Mrs. Lnch Ricketts meals for Board. Mrs. We. Smith . Washil. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for petitioners. Victor h. Ringer attorney for petitioners. Notice of filing anti Lime for present notice of filing and time for present Ino petition tor a free gravel Road. To tace is hereby Given that on the ind Day of november 1916, there was filed in the of Nice of the auditor of Warren county Indiana a petition for the improvement of a Public Highway in Prairie township. Warren county Indiana by , which petition reads As follows to wit state of , a a county j in petition lor a free gravel Road. 9.30 4.00 4.001. a i. 00 3. Go 3. Ill 7 10 1 1 til i 00 1.0 1 0 1 to 7. Of i50 pm of 5pence. Independence. Milo Stafford is confined Home by illness. The ladies Aid of the to i u. B. Jesse Beebe transacted business in w i 11 i a m s p 0 r t monday. N. J. Tricey spent thanksgiving with Thos. Gillespie and family. James Ford left for tuesday just to see the country. Ves Grey Aud wife spent sunday with Milt Clark and family near tab. E. A. Wood Johnnie Carpenter and Cilen Herndon Are on the sick list. Otis Downey and wife spent thanksgiving with friends at Indianapolis. Of Cernier term. 1916. ,.\ 1 i. Acc in n a quot i c -.11 11 i a a quot a 11 up eco quot a who st Nikon to by a. Alburn. A Psi Ector. 1. N. Lones. Judge. A Lames 10, while judge. Owen w. Lohn Stim clerk. Quot Illiam 11. White clerk. Rich Norris. Sheriff. Lohn Clark sheriff. Ice , room rent. Ladies id s,.eiety. Meals for Board. L. C. Cronkhite inspector. Frank Hall judge. Of 15. Or Zemrout judge. Herman Alfourn clerk. Sherman , clerk. Homer Drollinger sheriff. A James al la a los sheriff. Mrs. Win. Talbert room rent. Ladles Aid society meals fir Board. I Ike . George. Pence inspector Etc. Boss i Yench. Judge. Daniel Martin judge. Charles mos. Clerk. Quot William Brenner clerk. A Lames Sexton sheriff. Harry i quot Erguson sheriff. Thomas Groves room rent. Mrs. I Irace bean meals for Board. W. 1-. Benedict inspector. Lames , judge. B. H. Mcintosh judge. Harry , clerk. C. White clerk. Frank Lones sheriff. Oliver Ellison sheriff. Central Hank room rent. Harry . Meals for Iniard. Kint towns iii. L \ a Fowler ins Peell. W. Williams judge. I Vii Lones judge. A a erne Williams clerk. I.1 Lyd Beckett clerk. Cai a it Ianis sheriff. Clarles i a veins. Sharili. Leruey Sidi tens room rent. W. W. , Laisiu. .1. I i. Alli dii. Suit pics. Mallei Hoover meal for Bnard. K l al t 111n co m 1 is 10 a quot . L red Volt a a ii. 11, Moi itt . Carl Mehaffey cominis Siguer. sri is i i c. .1. H. Stephenson 1 Laywood i Vililla Shiner co., suit flues. A quot Ime. Supplies. A Illiam Cowgill election expense. Sci i titi election expense. A Sci i, ii s clai.m.-. .1. 11. Sti Slif non. Clerk s stationery,., Haywood l ili Ishing co. Clerk s Sla y. Same editor s stat Ioui by. Crop u his Lam a Carbon mfg.o., supplies for editor s of flick. A inc. I i lies for i re Asuri i s it the. Haywood i us Nishii a co., supplies lor i s office. L rms o by. I treasurer s Oitice expense. Lloyd Sci i Treu. Per lii i attending i court. Same. Let in divil prisoners. Harry i a ans county superintendent s a i i. W. Mirle Idle supplies tor co Unity us it s of tick. Las. , Jui ify assessor s publish jul co. Supplies for county assessor s office. .shiie. Supplies for Coroner s office. I Dimer l. Stewart Coroner holding inquest. It it reit i Cici k a Imine st. If. 11 of tuii Stein. Witness. Clarles hotter Stein witness. Lauds i ser. Wit. 1i. Canu hell. Witness. I Arles 1 Lann. Witness. Saiu Iel i. . Witness. I or iii Colvert. Witness. 1 Foy is iii siring. Wit Ness. I re of 1 lealtli.,. 9 0 a 001,0 a i 00 4.00 3.00 �3, 10 0, 10 7.1ki 9,00 Loo 4,00 4. 10 4,00 3.00 3.00 quote i Loki �4.00 a Loo 4.110 4 00 3.00 7.00 s.704.00 4.004. Oil Loo �z.00 3.0o a a 00 7.00 10.001, 10 �.0 1 �1 0 1 a Loo a of too t id ii 1111 7,0 1 a i do 2-. 110 51,00 quot 7. I i �2 i.h0 i. 00 �?�2.7 1 to the b0.\rd of of said county we the undersigned respectfully represent that there is a present established Public Highway in Prairie township in said county along and Over the following route to wet commencing at the South West Corner of Section of township Twenty Tiree 23 North Range ten Loi West �2nd. I it a running thence East one mile to its intersection with a i ree gravel i Oad running North and South Between Section six a lib aforesaid and Section live i5j in said township and Range nine 9. Your petitioners further represent that said Highway is now an u diary dirt Highway and has never been improved and that Public necessity and convenience requires thai it be improved by trading draining and Graveling the Roadway thereof and that the costs will be less than the benefits. Wherefore your petitioners recommend that Siuri Highway be forty feet in Width and i Liat it be improved As to provide a double track one of Din and the outlier paved with gravel. \ our petitioners Furt incr represent that they Are each freeholders and voters in said towns iii. Adhere More your petitioners Pray that said a Highway be Imiu-,.nod As aforesaid and that tie costs thereof be paid by a Genera tax assessed against the i property of said township and Itiat i Jones be issued to pay therefor As provided try pm. William Goodacre quot William Felix Joseph Felix John Verbeck Norman d. Besse Whit Anderson George Bisel Cimias. Little Henry b. Ogle ii ii w. Torpey Bert Frank i. Young Lobert leak c. I. Hickman a Lohn Byrne Ora j. Goodwine a. F. Larch w. W. Titomas Harrison Goodwine Frank Xavi Ile be i Eyton . Francis a. Parnell c. To. Kern David Irr John c. Kern Frank Kern or Wiliiam a we. Mcclure a. I t Nderson James Dysert Marvin Dysert a rank Fisher a. C. Stum Titos. It. Ii Ansom 1. B. Nderson i. Dili a 1. A. Effeil Ora Sigler j. A. Borders .1. H. Lowinson Chris Fisher Jolius Cooley j. A. Coteil w. 11. I i it Erhardt a. A i Padgitt i. I. I Errin Clarles Larch a Lohn w. A Rodrick Clayborn Orr w. 1., fryant a i. W. Mollit a Virnest Sottley Starlus Spacey Colburn g Lodwino .1. H. Willett Las. F. Farrell Peter Cullen Ceorge w. Wakley Allien k Erst in c. Llott Enstein .1. 1. Davis i Amer a a Oster. A and i As editor of county hav no design cited by end arsement on said Peti ion tile first of fam iary 10f7, As the Day s l for tile he Irvng and i presentation of said petition is hereby ii Ven Itiat said petition will he ii resented to the boar i of com a missioners of said Warren county on the first Day of .lanu.ary. I017, Llie same being the first Ilay of tie regular january term 1917, of said Iford of it Noimi a Souers. in Ness w , i Hereunto sub scribe my name and affix the Seal of a Iid county this 4t Day of decent ber. Lino. Notice is hereby Given that on the 5th Day of i december. 1916, there was filed in the office of the auditor of a Arren county Indiana a petition for the improvement of a Public Highway in Prairie township. Warren county Indiana by taxation which petition reads As follows to wit state of in Diana couty j in the commissioners court to january term 1917. To the Board of com Mussli Xeia is of warred county the undersigned freeholders and Legal voters of Prairie township. Warren county. Indiana respectfully petition your honorable Board for the improvement by the grading draining and paving with Graver of the present established he Gusvay in said Prairie township. Warren county Indiana the beginning terminus and general description of the Center line of which Are follows. To wit commencing at the North East Corner of the South Quarter of Section thirty three i 3f, township Twenty three 23 North Range Jirine ,9 West running Tience West on the Center line of sections thirty three 33.1 and to dirty two 1,321, to in slip and Range aforesaid to the North West Corner of the Southwest Luarie i of said Section to dirty two >2i thence South on the West line of said Section thirty to a o i .2i to the South West Corner of said Section thirty two .32the same to be paid for by general taxation on the taxable property of said i Rairie township. Petitioners recommend that the Width of said Road be fixed at thirty five feet from Fence line to Fence line and that said improvement be accomplished by properly grading and leveling tie and draining tie same tie construction of Side drains tile i Ains sewers culverts and Bridges Wiere needed and paving the Roadway with gravel. Petitioners also represent that the begin Ning Point tie East end of said Highway proposed to be improved connects with a established free gravel Road in Prairie township. And that tiie South end thereof connects with the South Boundary line of said Prairie township that said Road proposed to be improved is less than three Miles in length that a i United states Rural mall route is and is in operation on and along and passes Over the entire length of the Road pro Josed to be improved that no part of still Highway proposed to be improved the limits of an incorporated town or City that Tipiere is no incorporated town or City in said township iia ving a population of More than thirty thousand 30.000 inhabitants and that said improvement will be of Public Utility. Therefore your petitioners Pray for an order for the reference of said improvement tit an Engineer and viewers for the establish Tetu of said proposed As provided by Law and tor the taking of All other Steps As required by Law. Albert Kerst Imer Foster 13,."ill 5. Is i.-. 2,0 1 1010 100,0 1 00.00 Loo 1 to 1 1 a 11 111 1111 1 d. 11. La it quot in Ray. 1 nil 10,011 44, Lov s Williauk i in Olioli p. F. Monann. Julie. Sam Lawson i i re. Sam Foster if i ,1 Anns i al or e. . 1 we. Nov quot a. Sheri. Montana i a i a i Iseh Lilian j it in. Ii Joanl Sii 1 Oil e 11. U o. Ili her ils Church gave an Oyster supper in the basement of the Church last wednesday evening. The Christian Bible school is on the go. The Alten Ruice and interest is growing. There will be special music at each session. To inst sector. Ard. In Shu Lohl i fail steady iii or. Boyd Kay Ellen. Re it. D. C. In a. Elmerl quot. A. W. Ray. Snerli. Sain i Harvey. Sheriff. i 1, Heise iii an. In p. I. Iones iii i Cecior. It. Mokil.zi.-. Julie Dai iii l Salt. Of j of. Fio h. Elerts. Jila i l y Mizii. Ele i k s. N. Gnu ii i c. 1�u email site Riff a i. L. Iones me is Loi a or i re i we. .1. To j Lohn a i will. Irani a. Frank Timeki a clerk. I Chas. T. Wilkerson. Ehrk. A. D. Tho nip s Hei i will. Vood. Sheriff. Lidies Aid of or Niemy. Be it i a Amer in. A Thoi. H. B. Anibell. Iuso Cielur. Win. F Urr. Judge. We. Forrester. Jude. E. re. Toe x. Davis clerk. Ill sheriff. On. Sli Riff. C. Ione i. I of i i eau. A same meals for Lioard. I towns iii c. O. I Surbro Harry i Eire judge. A Sims judge. Go iroc key s. Clerk. Iscar p. Harmon clerk. We in Sel sheriff. a. I voters sheriff. Jj-1 4. i. I Jim Swadley. Meals for Board. Preaching services a Uttie at a at i d. D. Margii Ivr in. Inspector. Quot quot Fhi. V�7rif-�no we it Era a Rinh in George Scisi Iltz. Judge. Evan Mattert Walte. Jud tre. Lake listen our. Clerk. 9 -1 ./111 �1, 10 a 4 1 1 a a i 3, 1 1 i �,0 i .1,1 m to 1.", do to 4 iii 4,0 1 a 00 1 1 0 a a i i so 100, f ii 19.00 Dee. D. H. Moffitt audit roof Warren county Indiana. 7, lil a we. 14.- 20 or i iii to 00 co 9.00 Board. I or. And mrs. Fred Greenburg spent sunday with Walter Bowers i and family. I i the misses Lela Wood and Orpha i Mccandless were shopping in Dan a Ville saturday Ora Thomason of Williamsport and M. Mccoskey of Hedrick David Benson the father of com _ _ John be non is confined were in town saturday to his bed having had a stroke of paralysis. He has a trained nurse mrs. Abe Peyton and daughter by his Side and his Manv friends Are spent sunday with a Harvey is tip --1-------------------- o. W. Fisher and family. Linwood ans entertaining Hopes that he May soon recover. Carbondale. Listen for the wedding Bells. Sunday school was Well attended sunday. Don t forget next sunday dec. 10 Griff Johnson and wife were Williamsport callers saturday. Jake Troxel Tran sacred i business in William spirit Fri Lay. Mrs. Fred Worley of near West Lebanon spent the week end Here with her parents j. W. Wyatt and family. J. W. Wyatt who has been very sick for three weeks with Gal stones this writing. We Are glad to see or. Wyatt up and around again. I j. W. Hunt of Desmoines Iowa is Here visiting his aunt grandma Mccandless and other relatives. Str 4. U f 1. R or. Hunt was born in a Arren coun watch for the Date of a supper to a be Given at this place soon. Go his is his first visit miss Lorine Orang quot spent sunday Back since he left. With or. And mrs. Clint . John Shoemake with Ben Polton and j the ladies Aid of the Christian visited saturday air annual Bazar last saturday. They raised Joe Dalton and family were Wil something Over $84.60. A Large Liam sport shoppers saturday. Crowd was in attendance and a Good Jack Wade and wife visited with time was enjoyed by every one Jake Rhodes and family Friday. Present. I g. A in born clerk Lee Henry she lir. W. H. Wade Sham Iff. I own of Pine \ ill it a. Room Petit. Mrs. Jackson meals tor Board .1 o u in x n 1 w is 11 n Orrin w. Fisher inspector Etc. We. B. Cole judge. Fgeorge r. Boll judge. H. W. Willett. Clerk. Horace Day clerk. Liedman. Sheriff. Harley Cole Sli Riff. O. V. Armstrong meals for b Vird. I . W. It lib Erhardt inspector. Hugh quot Vav i Torpey. Judge. James i quot. L quot arr Eli judge. Harry , clerk. Milt leak clerk. Charles w. Wyatt sheriff. It 1 1 7,00 9,�� -1 iii 4,00 a Loo a l Iio 3,1111 7.00 8.110 4i 4.00 4.00 4.00i l i it 7.00 2.00 8" 0 4, no a 10 4. Fio 4.00 3, 1 3,0 1 7 00 17.40 4.00 4 00 4.00 Loo 3.00 3.00 7.00 9.40 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3. I 3.00 7.00 a 35. 10 4,00 4.00 4,00 4.00 3.00 3.00 7.00 10.00 4.00 �.00 4.00 4,00 3.00 Louis a. . Hoard of health. Henr Aniio i Ilii Eer s Sal y a in. Mefir Roeii. Jaii tor Sal iry. W. I la Pei. Coni t i use in Pilles. T. . Ii birr Louse iii Pilios. Site. See a lies for county lii i. Lohn Weaver. County farm i i deut salary. Same county lai in i up Elise. Loe n. In us lor county farm Ninati. I,1. or. In implies or county farm Loel in ill s. County Larm Enji enc. .1. If. . County Larin snip Ilies. A of i ill a i Oil. Kohlier s Fin real. T eos t. Oll s . I a Erett Walson. Inside i for of Bri Ige .1. A al Stephenson Zinb in Kirin Fiig. A a own Blob ii l a Carli iii Mil. Co. Sup lilies for Coli Only suit Eric teide it s Ollk a. M. X. Cof iii. Est i mate Fon Bridge 3,7 Harry i Ridge. Will. T. Crow pm i Ridge. Chas. Mcclaflin. Win k on Bridge. Red Mcl shoe. a on Bridge. A. M. Smith inspector x Anthorn a quot a r d. Salts a a rame. Livery for in. R. A Lohn Hayner. Estimate a on Mcl Viiu in gravel Road. 100.00 John t. , inspector Mcl Tinzie l Ravel Road. Campbell a Hawkins extras on Wilber Harmon travel to it. In 1- Mckee a co. Esti uate 0 on liar Lef t Grael Road. Sanie. Estimate. 0 Potter g l r a. A i. Williams inspector i Otter g l r d. K Cegan bros., extras on Willett g l r a. Carl a. Mehaffey attorney for commissioner. Log ise of i issues s m of Iell self the Olive is Civen the undo sign cd. ,.-. Appointed in aii action lor partition in the Warren circuit ourt where iii xinni� if Arper and a True Are Piiii fifis and Willlam Llu Itomi. Else Hinton i Raizik Blind ii Maui Lyle Sli nip. Joe Hinton Syria t a hold. Thomis Hinton Mill a Linton. And Louii a. Luik a. of the l state of a. Hinton. Deceased ire def Elatus. For tie partition of cer Tain la al a state ther in described to sell the Beall described in the coins plaint in said cause. I will As , on 11, us i a of Ocie i 1, 1 o i of offer in Sale to highest and Best bidder for not Oit i i than the full Ai it raised value thereof the quot 2 00 �?�2.00 2 10 Lloil 2.50 �27. .0 �23,.50 100,00 200.00 17 00 s2.u2 i Cert stat Ell Dallas Veo Ian a. we. G Mcclure a a. Coffelt e. Hickman w. l Raizik Kern or. W. A w. In in. A l Bierhardt Frank a som j. W. Moffit Lohn Malada Lames Dysert a d. K Eister \. W. Padgitt a. C. Stump 1 no. Stephen 1. 1. Davis a ripest k Kirtley s. I. Clark pos la. Ransom Geo. Bisel Paul Perrin 1. A. Parnell it. 11. Johnson Lohn Cooley Chas. Little Norman i. Besse Joseph Felix and 1. As editor David Orr Frauk Ridenour John v. R. High Josephus Horn j. Harvey co Felt Fletcher Adams join Larch Jas. F. Farrell John c. Kern .1. A. Borders p. B. Anderson Avni Goodacre Chris Fisher w. K. Fligh Marvin Dysert 1. A High b. C. Hottenstein a. 1-. Anderson Bert Dysert w. A. Goodrich U. Young Lon to in Ess a. Spacey to it tis Murphy Cigar Les a Felix c. 1-. Kern Clayborn Orr cedi l e w. Akley Harrison g Ood Winc hii Irh w. Torpey Frank Saville Henry b. Ogle William Felix Bob t leak. Warren county Fiat ing Dosi rated by endorsement Sail Tieti Tion the 1st Day of january 1i17, As the Day set fam the hearing and presentation of said petition notice is ii Reby Given that said petition will be to the Board foil Nils stoners of said Warren county on the 1st Day of Lini iary. 1917. The same being the first Day of the regular january term 1917, of said do aril of co missioners li witness , 1 Hereunto subscribe my name and allx the Seal of , said county Elliis 0th Day of december. 1910. D. H. M i Fri quo audit roof n Irvey county Indiana dec 7, 1910-w4. John j. Hall attorney for executrix. Iii Stilli s Sale. Entice is hereby l Iven. Liat the undersigned As Ailiin Istratov of the state of i a Fulward Smith deceased will offer f or at Public a Duclion. On my m 3 Miles West of Wil Lla Sporl and 2 Miles East of a st on fill Miiu Road tie tween Williamsport and West Lef Janon on Fonda december 18, 1916, beginning at 10 o clock a m., the following i ers Onai property to wit 111 a ski so Ine Bay Mare a Good Driver 1 Black Mare 1 Bay Mare 1 yearling draft Colt and 1 yearling driving Colt. Me red cow which Wil be fresh soon. Bou 2-" bushels of Corn. Some baled Oats Straw Hay. Viso some farming implements and other articles As follows one Wagon bed sideboards and seat 1 sulky plow 1 Hayes planter and wire 1 i Section Spike tooth Harrow 1 single set buggy harness 2 sets leather follow iii Beal a state in said Warre county state of Indiana to wit fifty too acres off of the South lid of the North one half i of die Norelli East i Narter of Section three Oil in township Twenty two 22 North Ranu seven i7 West and All in county state of Indiana. To Abms of i i us t ird i Cish it hand on Day of i one third i1 a a six i months and the remaining one to Laird in twelve fl2. I months i Siid deferred to be secured by a first mortgage on said real state and to be evidenced by promissory notes drawing interest at the rate of six of per cent per annul from Dite until paid and attorney s fees. Said Sale to take place in the Ollice of Carl Melu Fey in Williamsport. Indiana at tie j i Muir of two o clock i. A of said Date and to i continue from Day to Day thereafter until said real a state is sold Iju Suant to Law. I dated this Day of november 1910. J Fulfs w. J.v.m1- a. Commissioner. Nov. I. 1910-w4. In file matter of the in the Warren circuit will and a state of 1 court to november William a Dur Lior i term fillo a it a dece ised. J notice is heretic Given that Mary f., Dur Borow As l a ecu in of the will and Testate of Willfam b. Diu hoi of. Dece is a has presented and filed her final account and com hers in final settlement of said est be. And that the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit coun. On the 12lh Day of i february 1>17, at which time All heirs creditors or legatees of said estate Are required to appear in said court and Sheik ii use if any there be. Wily said account and vouchers should not be apr proved. And let All heirs legatees Anil other persons interested Ai i ear and Mal e Jiro of of to Weir claim to any part of said estate. M.\1y l. It quot Rani us executrix Hixi .s.s, my hand and the Seal of said is i. C Lurt Ai Vini in riot. Indiana this nil Day of i eee infer 1910. , clerk by a uni. 1-. Lin Nofito Deputy dec 7, 19p-w4. John j. Hall attorney for administrator. My �z0 heirs or editors Etc. Notice is hereby Given that James Shaugh Nessy As administrator of the list ate of Catherine Shaughnessy deceased has presented and filed his final account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the a same will come up for the examination and action of said Cir tiit court on the kith Day of december 1910. At which time All heirs creditors or legatees of a Iid estate Are re ii ired to appear in said court and show cause if any there be. Why said account and voc piers should not to approved. co world clerk. By ski n Birk noun Deputy. Nov. 30, 191i�o-w4, in ice of poll bloc Softle the undersigned As administrator of the list ate of Rains deceased will Oiler and sell at Public auction pursuant to Law All of tie personal property of the said Bains dec ased. Said Sale will be held at the late Ilice of Kellii cont Ricl for st Dionery. Notice is hereby l Iven that the Board of on missioners of the county of Warren will receive sealed bids for the contract to furnish Esu Lence of the deceased county Ollices of Warren county Indiana and terms of Sale a �11 be made known at the time and place of Sale. Said Sale to be Heid on thursday the 14th Day of december i91o.vkli y Bright administrator nov 23, 191w3.card of thanks. To the kind friends and neighbors team Harned 1 scoop shovel 1 galvanized a a go willingly assisted us during tank i Kitchen Range 1 lot linoleum 1 hors3.quot j j to i a a a Blanket 1 old Lap Robe 1 breaking plow 1 axe the sickness and death of our 06 1 log Chain 1 quot Tein i Coal Hod 1 bucket log go we wish to express Anil dipper 1 lot of Oil cloth and matting 1i a it a i to open face watch Gold plated Case 1 Goose our Heartfelt thanks also to those barrel vinegar and barrel. Sending Flowers and assisting in the ti2rms-made known on Day of Sale. Music. May the lord bless you All John Smith administrator a spate you such sorrow is our r0t3f.ut a by Vuc Loneer. A quot let a Matt a it j. F. Ritenour clerk. So Cert wish. Bruce Prather nov 23, 191g-w4. And family. With stationery lor the year 1917, until 2 00 o clock p. M. On the 11th Day of december 1916, at the commissioners room in the court Louse in the town of Wilma Niport Warren county. Indiana. J a compile the schedule of to be contracted for is now on file in the Ollice of the auditor for the inspection of the bidders. The Board reserves the right to reject any or All bids. A h. Moffitt. A mud tor Warren county. Indiana nov. 23, Lilliw 2. For All Kodak and cameras developed free write for particulars. O. C. Deselms. Attica Indiana

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