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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 8, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana I Yon can gel More eggs from the same hens b. Supplying them with the things they can t get Friom nature. They have ranged Over the same ground so Long that the roots and herbs Are no longer there to furnish them what they need. It o s poultry powder contains what chickens need to make them Quot layers Quot instead of i have lots of satisfied customers in Warren county that will testify to this. It costs you nothing to give Rawleigh s poultry powder a trial c a. Livengood of Williamsport Quot the Rawleigh Man Quot will Call on you so on or sooner if you write him or phone no. 22. A ,. A commissioners allow Ance december term 1921. I i. M. Mccosley salary----?130.00 James Rabb labor----------------40.00 Ora Milligan gravel--------------5 5.75 Emil Nebrig labor----------------13.00 Gertrude Etnire gravel--------18.55 Geo. W. Watkins labor--------72.00 Greenwood Washburn 7-92 Hawkeye Oil co., Gas Oil 41.75 Albert Cobb lumber--------------640.5s Kiger amp co., supplies------------7.02 Carmichael co., gravel----------25 2.04 Robert Milligan tile------------33.00 Coburn Goodwine labor--------66.10 we. G. Mcclure labor----154.47 Frank Kiser labor________________97.00 Chas. Millburg labor------------54.40 s. N. Hinton labor----------------25.50 Jim. Talbert labor________185.42 Albert Johnson labor---1�? 47.60 Chas. Renville labor-------174.50 j. L. Knowles labor------------45.50 Audrey Booth labor------------g3.50 Millard Beckett labor__________87.70 Jesse Neal labor.----------------24.80 a. A. H. Haun rent----------125.00 Lafayette typewriter shop repairs _______________________________7.50 d. H. Moffit clerical help 125.00 j. P. Hildenbrand salary___166.67 j. B. Dennis repairs------------2.50 j. F. Hildenbrand 5.00 0. L. Stewart per diem--------8.00 o. L. Stewart boarding Pris. 39.00 John Vanreed office Haywood pub. Co., sup----------1.25 Harry Evans salary______________200.00 Harry Evans office exp----------12.93 Haywood pub. Co., sup .36 James Metsker salary----------79.17 Eldo Michael inquest------------80.90 Lee Williams salary--------------60.00 Lee Williams mileage----------30.00 we. Mcferren salary------------90.00 Amos Conley drayage----------3.00 i Roy oleum prod. Co., 35.45 Mace Park night watch--------10.00 i associated mfg. Co., sup--------14 60 o. W. Pierce co., sup------------4.46 w. H. Stephens freight Erp. 2.30 town of Williamsport water and light_______________111,92 Herman Nehrig sup----------------1.75 Kiger amp co., sup--------------------1.36 Robt. Bush labor____________________6.90 town of wms port Light--------24.00 Fred Boyd sup----------------------1.50 Demattee amp denton., c. Farm __________________540.00 Elwood Simmerman Lobar 39.00 w. L. Mccarty labor____________60.00 Homer Mccarty salary--------225.00 Martha Mccarty mator________30.00 Joe n. Biggs sup------------13.00 a it a Public Sal As we have More Stock than we can Winter we will sell at Public auction on the Joel w. Gray farm 5 mile West of Rainsville 9 Miles South East of bos Well 7 Miles East of tab 10 Miles North West of Williamsport 26 Miles due West of Lafayette and about 20 Miles South East of Hoopeston Illinois on 15,1921, commencing at 10 30 o clock a m., the following property to wit. 16 head horses and mules 16 one Percheron stallion 6 years old weighing 1800. One team Grey geldings 4 years old weighing 2800, Well matched Well broke and Good workers. One Grey Mare 4 years o3, weighing 1450 bred to Jack a Good worker. One Black Mare 2 years old and i Black Mare i year old foil Sisters and Well matched will make a Good big team. One Bay gelding 2 years old. One Bay gelding i year old. One team of mules 2 years old weighing 2250, Well matched and broke and Good workers. One Brown Marc 9 years old weighing 1250 broke to All harness Good worker and Driver bred to Jack. One Black Marc 9 years old weighing 1400 Good worker bred to Jack. One team of mules i year old Good size. One team of weaning moles they Are Well matched. Four head of shorthorn cows All bred. Seven head steer calves extra Good. One Roan shorthorn 44 a f to cattle Boll 3 years old ctr pts a thirty head of ewes will Lamb in february. One Shropshire Bock. Terms of Sale Cash in hand. On soms of More than $10 a credit of in months will be Given so Chaser giving note with proved Security bearing 7 per cent interest from Date if paid at Maori to 8 per cent interest from Date will be charged if not paid when Doe. Two per cent discount for Cash when entitled to credit. No property to be removed from premises until terms of Sale Are complied with. Strickler Brothers Butler bros., auctioneers. Oakley Bright clerk. Boswell bros., decorators. Lonch will be served by the Rainsville ladies Aid. We. Cockerel Coal----------------41.92 h. B. Ford veterinary Harry Wagner,Smithing--------19.50 p. A. Dunklebarger sup------20.20 a Hawkeye Gas aril Oil------------7.55 Louis Nathan Supplica-------8.00 r. G. Beiderman Smithing 8.90 Fred Boyd sup----------------------97.15 c. A. Davies Soldier burial 75.00 Bert Hudler pub., print--------86.35 review Republican publish. Print.__________________________21.12_ s. G. Pomeroy pub. 82.00 j. R. Gregory Engineer--------10.35 Geo. Bartlett return finest 1.�0 o. , criminals------30.50 w. H. Stephens assigned Bounty claims--------------------2.75 Haywood pub. Co., sap----------35.58 j. R. Gregory Hunter or. Mound tp----------------------------27.50 j. R. Gregory g. Johson or. Liberty tp--------------------------3.13 j. R. Gregory j. Igor or. Pine to --------------2.50 j. R. Gregory g. Hilfman or Warren tp__________________________32.50 j. R. Gregory l. Rend or. Liberty tp_____________________28.75 Ulric Hunter rend or. Liberty tp________4--------7.50 Geo. Demote g. Johnson or. Liberty to 22.50 a Arren county Indiana. Board of commissioners. W. H. Stephens auditor. Big pour �1a� but c. Amp a j. Foal Road John c. Ernig indu Lral agent for the big four Railroad company with Headquarters at Cincinnati Ohio and a or. Woods another big four official passed Over the o. Amp e. I. Railroad thursday on an inspection trip. These gentlemen were sent Over this Road by the Lingher officials to gather data upon a hich to base a decision on a proposition which they have under consideration of either purchasing or leasing the Road. After passing Over the Road my Emig expressed himself As being much pleased with the Road and the country through which it passed everything showing up much better than he expected. The big four is in better position to operate the Road than any other Railroad touching this line. Its lines Cross the Indiana Coal Road at Brazil Coal Bluff Veedersburg and Swannington and it can be seen that the Coal Road would make an excellent feeder for the big four system of roads. Davis tragedy be Callied near Independence interest in the Warren county circuit court has been entered this week in the Davis Wili Cash. This recalls the terrible tragedy which occurred in the Independence Vicinity last june which resulted in the murder of Charles Fox and Jennie mad area and the suicide of Harrison Davis. Out of this has grown the suit for the breaking of the will left by or. Davis who left an estate valued at about $75,000 on the ground that he was a person if unsound mind at the time of the execution of his will. Up to the Tinis of going to press about Twenty witnesses have been examined and there Are said to be that Many More. It is probable the Case will go to the jury sometime this week. The following is a list of jurors who Are to decide the state of the mind of or. Davis according to the evidences at the time he made his will. Jury George acres Rufus Day Perry o Dixon h. P. Berkhart E. Byers Horace Day Edwin Buck Charles Clawson Jno. W. Dalton Jerry Cole George Demott and Joe Kiger. Pine Village items. Young Rockef Eilet outlines the straight and narrow path to a Large and robust sunday so fool class every weekend does a real Good Job of i1. I we should fall into a bed made up of Rose leaven and million Dollar Bills we could do the get too. The Christian advocate says Carnegie s gift of a million to Vander bilt univer Siviy is an insult to the Church. We re willing to be insulted that Vay any old i tue. Classes no. 9 and 11 gave an Oyster supper and a play entitled the Quot minister Bride Quot saturday evening at i. 0. R. M. Hall. A Good crowd was present. The program was a Success financially. Or. F. B. Osborn and or. C. Ermentrout were callers it Lafayette saturday. The Booster class of the Christian sunday school will hold a watch j party saturday evening dec. 31st. The E. Church furnaces Are undergoing repairs. Sunday the sunday school and Church services were held at the Christian Church. A nearly 200 were present. A Community Xmas tree and exercises will be held at the High school gym. The committee in charge consists of or. Hary Little mrs. O. F. Brier or. James Hooker and prof. Burnette. A the ladies Aid of the Christian Church met in the Church Parlours wednesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Raymond Fearce returned to their Home in Lafayette after a visit with mrs. Pearce s parents or. And mrs. James Minnear. Mrs. Harold Fenters and baby of Attica Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. Frank Steinart. Or. Joe st. John who has been on the sick list is better at this writing. The residence of or. George Conn burned to the ground sunday eve i Nung. The fire is thought to have j caught from the flue. All the House-1 hold goods were fully insured. The Art class was entertained at the Home of mrs. Susie Cundiff on tuesday afternoon. The afternoon i was spent socially and refreshments were served by mrs. Cundiff. Don t make any differ ence whether times Are Good or bad or indifferent Little Dan cupid and the old Stork Are always on to Job. leave your order for Xmas candies no wat Hatton s. 8tl. Visit our gift de i apartment on 2d i Firof there War have grouped numberless Small gifts Dainty tasteful but inexpensive. Book Eads $3.75 to �17.00 candlesticks to $16.00. Fancy Tea pots $1.50 to $2.25. Pictures $1.39 of $35.00. Vases 7 5c to $10.00. Serving Quot trays $3.00 to $11.00., humidors mahogany $9.50. Dinner Chimes $5.00, Tabouret $1.39 to $10.00. Waste baskets $1.00 to $10.00. Many other gift s too numerous to mention. Visit this depart ment. It will be to your advantage. New York dec. 7.�?once upon a time there was a Collie dog that did tricks in the circus. He walked on his Hind legs and on his forepaws for applause. Bulfone Day he got lost. He went hungry and thin and shaggy. He wandered ii Ito a school room at Jamaica and suddenly finding himself in the presence of spectators this old trouper immediately began hopping on his Hind legs and on his forepaws expecting applause. He got five bullets from a policeman s gun when somebody yelled Quot mad so ionize new cars at Lafayette Fine furniture and rugs. Quot our goods squat vake or it i we 1 this is a preparation to preserve and protect the finish on new cars and is universally used by All owners of Good cars. You do not have the Shine. It leaves no mud spots no discoloration and leaves a Clear Bright Luster. It is inexpensive. Williamsport Auto i aint shop. 5tf for Sale. A Ford Coupe 1920 Model latest equipment Quot in a number one condition., mrs. H. C. Finfrock 307 b. Washington st., Attica ind. Wanted can you sell guaranteed Bank securities tax free earning eight percent with safety if you can we want you in Warren county. 0. T. Kirk Field representative Veedersburg ind. Box 165. 9t3d. Quot keep the Hopie fires burning Quot Vruth Hoagland Coal. Btl. Ads in this paper always Lafayette fur dealer guarantees \1 spot Cash no need to wait for your Money.2 big City prices no commissions deducted.3 honest grading he grades right in front of you .4 Money saved no transportation charges.5 no loss of furs in transit.6 that no valuable furs will be spoilt in shipping.7 absolute pay big City prices we pay the top notch Price. We ask no 5 per cent commission which is deducted by most fur houses. That commission and the Cost of shipping to big cities eats up about ten per cent of your profits. We assure you of honest grading right before your eyes. We will not Trade unless you Are satisfied and we pay you at once. You need not ship to big cities. This is your Chance to save Money. Get the Best City prices save that 5 per cent commission you usually lose. Bring your furs in now Don t wait. Come in and let us Grade your furs today. Bogan Jaques co. First and main its Lafayette ind. Phones 657-658labaw s Wail 25 per cent discount on All Stock on hands now. New Stock coming int 7c per Roll and up. We also carry a Good line of paint and Glass. Caban s paint Glass Jund Olalla 121 n. Perry Street. Paper store. Attica. Ind. I the Best stoves Laurel Heaters Laurel ranges Laurel base burners Are the cheapest for they n. E. Of court House. Williamsport Indiana. Of the fuel. We also carry a full line of stove pipe stove boards and Coal buckets. We know the War is Over and make prices accordingly. Pm to a it Herman Nehrig Ihbe Rev Erik Stefi Ibuyan Waitt Adb get Quick a Buias a a air a a a Oil

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