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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The review in december 7, l 9l6the review Republican one Dollar per paper in Warren . H. Stephenson editor. Review Republican or. Wilson s have been plurality of 400,000 in Many cases so much doubt exists As to what caused the wounding and sinking of a Steamer that a Coroner s jury would doubtless return a verdict to the effect that the deceased vessel came to its death As a result of the War. As they would say in vaudeville the Adamson Law seems to have been Given the Hook. Established 1891. Tead of being placed in the Cabi-1844 i some of those it to Are urging j their claims for recognition should i be placed in the refrigerator. Voice of the people j Providence r. 1. Journal an pm the real piano Illinois news free Trade Bargo on food would necessarily never by it a manufacturing City in have a bad effect on our american America. Farmers and what effects them must Rockport Indiana journal the eventually affect the rest of us. Only War this country is headed for Easton a free press Secre is an Industrial one. Tary Baker announces that it was a Seneca Falls n. A press it s a mistake he will not resign. Those Good thing to be kind to the beg late returns certainly did stiffen the Gars. We May want to borrow democratic officeholder s Backbone Money of them some Day. Brooklyn Standard Union hav Pittsburg Gazette times a one ing brought the president and con Washington dispatch says the pres Gress to terms on the eve of election ident has a plan for rendering strikes i the Pride of Conquest moved the impossible. Aha a three hour i brotherhoods to declare they would Day order a country wide strike if any Minneapolis Tribune unless the attempt were made to repeal the hrs i need results Are upset by offi wage raising Law or even to test its 1 a a a Linnor plate Plant constitutionality in the courts. Cocci in new Hamp Houston Texas Post a senator Hue. I Chamberlain declares that the _. J change of a few thousand votes in Cornog n. Journa invest California would have elected options of the High Cost of food Are i a go although Wilson received a Gold to the amount of $3,000,000 i More was withdrawn from the new York sub Treasury for shipment to Argentina. Argentina apparently is building up some Trade in the United states. Congressman elect Bleakley of Pennsylvania journeyed to Washington by air plane but Congress lady elect Rankin of Montana won t need an air plane to attract attention. With eggs Selling at 40 cents a dozen and the Price of Ham up to 35 cents a Pound it is still possible to sustain life on Oatmeal and Chuck Steak if you can afford it. Every citizen Hopes the railway brotherhoods will not regard it As incumbent on them to spoil a Happy new year. Demonstrating conclusively that the a popular plurality of the country s Farmer has a new six Cylinder Auto electorate. Suppose the 1,800,000 i Black of voting age in the South Bluefield w. A Telegraph in had gone to the polls where would turn an embargo Bill Over and upon the other Side you will see that famous trademark quot made in putting a certain Well known one term Plank on the Market has not lowered the Price of lumber. »s1 Public Sale tuesday december 19, 1916 the policy that quot kept us out of War quot will keep us out of work for the next four years. Mexico to return to an old topic is now having peace in its most virulent form. Congress can pass an eight hour Law but judge Hook is from Missouri. Many a Man who pretends to be looking for work looks the wrong Way. Free Trade saving Means nationwide losing. As i am going to quit farming i will offer for Sale on the above named Date at 10 o clock at my Home i a Miles North of Independence 2 Miles North of Riverside 6 Miles North East of Attica. And 18 Miles South West of Lafayette the following personal property to wit mi10 head of horses one Span of Black mares coming 4 and 5 years Well matched weight 2,500, a pair hard to beat. One Bay team Mare and gelding 3 years old weight 2,250. One Bay Mare 11 years old weight 1,400. One Bay Mare 5 years old. Weight 1,400. One Black Mare 6 years old weight 1350. The horses Are All Well broken sound and Good pullers. Three Good yearling draft Colts 1 Mare and 2 geldings. 40 Mead of cattle. U head of Young Dairy cows consisting of holsteins Short horns and Angus 4 with calves by Side 4 will be fresh in december balance giving milk now. This is an extra Good Bunch of cows there being several 5 and 6 gallon milkers in the lot 5 coming 2-year old heifers. These heifers Are All bred and me prospects for milk cows. One Good yearling red polled m. Nagle. James m. Nagle of Medina Texas died at the Home of his daughters in Urbana 111., november 20, 1916, and was buried by the Side of his wife Lydia at Gibson 111. James Nagle was the son of William and Elizabeth Nagle and his boyhood Days were spent at the family Home near Indian Hill he was born August 17, 1849, and Well known throughout Benton and Tippecanoe counties. He was agent for the l. E. Amp w. For Many years having served in Otterbein Boswell and Gibson City. The past thirteen years he had been in poor health and went to the Southwest in search of a better climate where he spent most of his time on a farm. Several weeks ago he contracted malaria and came North to the Home of his daughters and died two weeks after his arrival. He leaves to mourn his death three daughters j misses Elizabeth and Sibyl Nagle i and mrs. Harriet Wagoner of Urbana and one son. Forest Nagle of Gibson City besides two Brothers Frank Nagle of Oregon and Thos. Nagle of Missouri three Sisters mrs. Jane Davis mrs. Jacob Switzer and Elizabeth Nagle of Tippecanoe county and three Otterbein Sun. One pair of eyes to a life time and still Yoa neglect and abuse the your eyes May need attention it them you put it off from Day to Yotz know the risk is ruin danger to your health and eyesight. We provide glasses to meet every detect of vision and our charges Are . Plasterer Eye specialist office with or. King dentist Williamsport Friday of each week after thorough examination of your eyes we find you do not need glasses we a will Tell you so and make no charge for same. M15 Spring calves. These calves Are mostly half blood herefords Are All Good feeders have been Vav Ell taken care of and Are in the Best of shape. If. You want some Good calves Don t Overlook this Opportunity about so mea0 five tried sows bred to registered male. 12 head of Spring gilts bred to same hog. This is a line lot of Brood sows full blood Duroc and cholera immune. 28 head of fall shoats weighing about 125 pounds 16 head of these Are eligible to Register. There Are some extra Good boar pigs and some Dandy gilts in the lot. 1 Good yearling registered Duroc boar an extra Good breeder. A Mother s Good Fortune. A Mother in one of the Dakota s lost several of her children with croup and was Dis paring when she obtained a receipt for a Salve from an Early settler and made it up. It contained Only vegetable ingredients and no poisons and when croup attacked ber next child it was Given some internally and the Throat was rubbed Well with it and wrapped up. The result was wonderful. She never lost another child with croup. It is now made by this Mother s brother s grandchild and known As camphor. It is just As Good for Catarrh colds soreness of the Chest cold in the head sprains bruises cuts wounds piles Burns headache chilblains rheumatism chafing sore and tired feet neuralgia sore arms pain or inflammation anywhere. Money Back if it does not relieve. At your leading druggist b. J. Winger for 25 cents. Adv implements one Turnbull Wagon nearly new 1 Weber Wagon 1 Weber gear 1 Hay ladder with hog or Straw rack 1 Deer ing Binder in Good condition 1 Good Johnson Mower 1 Superior 12-disc wheat Drill with fertilizer attachment 1 Hayes Corn planter 1 new Avery cultivator 1 old Avery cultivator 1 Janesville cultivator 1 one horse cultivator 1 new land roller or pulverized 1 Pace maker gang plow. 12-Inch 1 Hancock disc gang plow 1 John Deere Stag sulky 14-Inch 1 Oliver walking breaking plow 14-Inch 1 John Deere walking breaking plow 14-Inch 1 Imperial Wood beam Sod or new ground plow 13-Inch i Keystone disc Harrow 1 3-Section Spike Harrow 1 Osborne Spring tooth Harrow 1 double shovel 1 single shovel 1 hand Corn grinder 1 Corn Sheller 1 7-gallon modern churn 1 a h. P. Economy Gas engine 1 2-horse i. H. C. Upright Gas engine 1 Elkhart top buggy 1 set single harness 1 storm front 4 sets work harness several horse collars 1 Good Stock Saddle. Forks shovels pick Sledge and wedges Cross Cut saw wheel Barrow log chains mail Box two Iron butchering kettles scoop end Gates hog troughs and other articles too numerous to mention. Free transportation will be furnished from Riverside to All persons coming to the Sale on the morning trains and returning on the evening trains. Farm insurance the Farmers Mutual insurance company of Warren county does general farm insurance. Jas. C. Jones president w. A. Rhode. Secretary. Pine Village ind. Dale r. Warrick solicitor tab ind. Elmer Foster. Solicit a. Ambia. A a tvs Only about three weeks until Christmas. In All sums under Sio Cash in hand. On All sums Over $10, a credit of 9 months will be Given the purchaser giving a bankable note without interest if paid at maturity but if not paid at , to draw 8 per cent interest from Date. No property to be removed from the premises until the terms of the Sale have been complied with. A discount of 4 per cent for Cash when entitled to credit. Col r. A. Butler auctioneer. Post office address Williamsport Indiana f. A. May and Clias. C. Davis clerks. Dinner will be served by the ladies Aid of the u. B. Church. Tired strained Seldom get better without some help. Many Are bom with defects of vision others acquire them. Take care of your eyes and they Wili care of you. Children s eyes should have attention we Are equipped with the Best Modem scientific instruments and accurate a i winery for testing eyes measuring the Ace building frames and grinding lenses right in our own office. Both the lenses and frames should be made to measure. We appreciate the Confidence you place in us when you consult us about your eyes and glasses and assure you that your eyes will be Well cared for Here. Omar c. De seems mfg. Optician attic it Indian everything that s Good to eat at lower s restaurant. Meals Short orders. Fish dinners. Cigars and tobacco. Special Chicken dinner for sunday. They save time and worry at Home. Come and try them at the hard and soft Coa Kentucky White Ash Virginia splint Best Grade of Range Coal Pocahontas and Cannell Coal Premium Anthracite flour feed and Salt Williamsport Grain company full weight always guaranteed full weight always guarantee Why rent quot when Yoti can get some one to sell you a Home and take payments after while give you the property and you have simply paid your rent. I have 3 dwelling houses and one business room in Williamsport and two houses in Attica i do not a ant and would like to sell them to you Cash or time payments. Will sell or rent to you. Is Hyou can get Good work Here j 1 foul 8-16�?"the Small farm tractor for All my farm work quot soon makes a place for itself on any farm of 100 acres or larger. It does the blowing in the Spring while the horses tender form the Winter s idleness Are hauling manure to the Field and Sureau ing it. It draws the Binder while the horses work at other tasks. It does the summer fallowing and fall blowing. Through the whole season it takes the hardest work off the horses then in the fall and Winter it runs the ens Ilage Cutter Wood saw Corn Sheller feed grinder and so makes itself generally useful and profitable throughout the year. Tiie p4ogul 8-16 Burns kerosene. It handles easier than a team. It saves Money for its owner. It costs �675 Cash f. O. B. Chicago. Come in and talk it Over. We do Job printing that pleases

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