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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The a Bevy a Republica 7, wis. In a letter from Florida. Lakeland fla., nov. 25,1916. Or. Editor a As you made me Promise to write you concerning our trip Down Here to Florida will try to give you a few of our ups and Downs. We had pleasant weather All the Way through after the first three Days of rain and Snow. On the fourth Day we put the top of car Down and from that a on we had Sunshine All the Way. In Southern Indiana the roads were so crooked twisting around the Hills you would meet yourself coming Back but the roads were Good most of the Way. We crossed the toll Bridge Over the Ohio River at Louisville kv.,�? 30 cents toll. Followed the Dixie Highway route from the Bridge on Down which was marked All the Way. In Kentucky a Large per cent of the farming District is devoted to tobacco. There was Corn on the Mountain Side that looked like it would be impossible to tend. In crossing Tennessee we passed under eleven toll Gates in one Day at 15 cents each toll which goes to help keep up the roads. The toll Gate consisted of a pole across the Road with a weight on each end the other end fastened Down at the door of the keeper s Lodge which would be loosened and raised up for vehicles to pass under. All the Way Down through Tennessee and Georgia we found All old fashioned windless Wells with the Moss covered bucket. We found three Gates across the Public Highway in different places with a sign quot this is a Public Highway please shut the from Murfreesboro Tennessee we had to leave the direct route on account of improving the Dixie Highway Over the mountains so we missed Chattanooga entirely. We crossed the Tennessee River on a ferry boat which was guided by a Small motor boat. From the ferry we climbed Sand Mountain which was a mile Long and was newly improved with crushed Rock our cars were steaming when we got to the top. We crossed three Mountain ranges in one Day and they were some mountains. It looked very much like rain while we were in the mountains and they told us if it rained it would be some time before we would be Able to get out so we drove late so As to get out of them. The main crops in Alabama and Public Sale i will sell at Public auction at the Casad barn in Williamsport Indiana saturday dec. I9ig beginning at one o clock Sharp head of l k co consisting of 20 head of fresh cows calves at Side and ten head of heavy springers wit terms credit of 6 i osits Ward col. A a. Butler aug. Georgia Are Cotton and the Cotton gins Are As numerous As Grain elevators in the North. We visited a Cotton Gin on the Way which was very interesting to see Hov they removed the seed from the Cotton in order to Bale it. Cotton is Selling from Twenty to Twenty three cents a Pound and a Bale weighs about five Hundred pounds. When we were at Rome ga., we saw Ringling Bros Parade. We always aimed to Stop at Small towns Over night and we met very Clever people All the Way. At Jacksonville we crossed the st. John s River on a big steam ferry which would accommodate about Twenty five cars at a trip besides the foot passengers which were on the upper deck. We visited st. Augustine from sunday until monday which we found to be a very quaint old town and Many things of interest to see the old fort especially. We had a very pleasant trip the scenery along the Way was Beautiful especially crossing the mountains. We did not have any car trouble at All pumped up the tires at Seymour ind., and still using Indiana air used eighty six Gallons of which Cost from Twenty to Twenty nine cents per gallon thirteen Days on the Way and 1,361 Miles in the trip. Yours truly. Edw. Moffit. Are you prepared with a bottle of the or. Powell Tinc Ture it is the Best Medicine in the i world to use in cases of Colic flux dysentery diarrhoea and summer i complaint. Good for old and Young alike. Try a bottle. J a very prominent travelling Man said the other Day quot i would t be i without the or. Powell tincture for anything. Believe me i Don t take i any chances when i Wahget a Quick i Safe sure remedy like this for 25c." better be Wise too and ask your i i druggist for a bottle or write to the i or. Powell tincture co., Attica ind. Now a this is your Chance to make your selection from these swell fabrics these aristocrats of the season. Novelty suiting and Over coatings from the world s famous Vav eavers de luxe models for you Young men who go in Strong for individuality other models for you who care for Comfort Only. Both of you we can suit to a quot to quot in Sioe Zibrun made Tailo iting a sift Shayne Bruit Remenier the fabrics Are guaranteed not merely pure Wool but equally satisfactory from the viewpoint of Safe dyes a durable Wear lasting style. Leave your measure Nowr. M h a t t o n. Post office building Williamsport farm Loans. I loan Money for the Well known a. Goodell amp sons company. Low interest partial payment privilege. No red tape Quick service. Our patrons our Best recommendations. Ernest Grey Williamsport Indiana. Bryan who has shifted one foot in the pro i party is said to have made the assertion that the main Issue in 1920 would be prohibition. He also intimated that he would have no real or serious objections to being a candidate for president at the head of the pro i party. Clarence Moore after a two week s visit Here with his Mother mrs. Anna Moore and his sister mrs. John Demotte left last Friday morning for Whiting ind., where he has employment. Clarence promised to give this paper a Story of his Soldier life Down on the Border but when questioned about the matter stated that it would be but very Little different from what had already been published from his letters. Quot i have a Good boy quot remarked a Man the other Day. Quot he does t swear nor use tobacco in any going Home that Day to our dinner we met the boy on the Street. We wanted to say a Friendly word to the boy. We asked him a question and before he answered he rolled a quid of tobacco in his jaw spit and his answer to our question was emphasized by profanity which merely illustrates that it is a Wise father who knows his own son.toronto Republican. The editor Elmer Kelly might have added to the above paragraph thai it is a wish Mother who knows her own daughter. The Printer s dollars where Are they a Dollar Here and a Dollar there scattered Over numerous Small towns All Over the country Miles and Miles apart How shall they be gathered together come Home be truants to thy father s House be Are wanted. Come Here in single file by columns or platoon a so that the Printer May Send thee Forth again to Battle for him and vindicate his credit. Reader if you discover a stray Dollar around your premises Send him Home tenderly for he Art ours. We would also ask you to be sure you Haven t a couple of stray dollars sticking about your clothes. Public auctioneer j. Webb Dawson Otterbein Indiana sales made anywhere in the state or adjoining states. Satisfaction guaranteed to All. Farm Loans Long time part payment privilege. No commission. Also insurance All kinds and real estate. . Mow West Lebanon Ino. It re that s just what i be always wished a cigarette would do satisfy the feature of Chester Fields is that they begin where other cigarettes leave off in other words besides pleasing the taste Chesterfield go further they satisfy just like a Long drink of cold water satisfies when you re thirsty and yet Chester Fields Are mild it s Chester Fields or nothing if you want this new cigarette Delight because no cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield blend an entirely new combination of tobaccos and the biggest discovery in cigarette blending in 20 years. Give me a package of those cigarettes that satisfy quot i a Nyonee it emf mrs. Earl Campbell spent last Friday in Attica with friends. 1 Thompson were Danville visitors last Friday. Misses Fleda Watkins and Gertrude Dennis were visitors in Lafayette last Friday. John Fox wife and son Johnnie mrs. John Demotte and miss Lelia spent thanksgiving near Riverside Demotte were Attica visitors Friday eth her parents or. And mrs. John afternoon. Misses Esther Luppold and Catherine Trott were Attica visitors Friday afternoon. Misses Theda Cecil and Berneice Edwards. Miss Fern Swanson returned to Indianapolis Friday after spending thanksgiving with her grand Mother mrs. Minerva Butler. Charles Farmer and wife were Lafayette visitors monday. Miss Alda Hill returned to her Home in Logansport Friday afternoon after visiting since wednesday with miss Lottie Siddens. Master Maiden Michael went to Independence last Friday where he spent the Day with his grand parents John Heischman and wife. Mrs. Robert Helwig and son Robert jr., went to state line last Friday morning where they spent the Day with friends and a a re you a woman take the woman s a gel s

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