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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana The review Belij lican february 1, 1917 # a Large new line of Valentines All prices from in to $2.00 de. Held Green Hill mrs. Edwin Magee who has been quite sick is improving. The Hiatt and Cleome Sale last monday was Well attended and Good prices were realized. Mrs. Mary Killin of Pine Village is visiting with her brother e. H. Wilson of this place. A Thomas Wilson wife and , Are making a ten Days visit with relatives at Remington. Milton Buck who has been very a Low and Given up to die is much a warm rom tyke a Sathm Moi Day morning just after he Gatej. Gaining slowly. It iffy 1 mall n i had Arisen from bed. Medical Aid uvas called immediately. He is re a bli in a ported better at this writing. I Nii Vav i Otis and Thomas Downey were f no called to the bedside of their father by Telephone Friday. He was Seri Sously ill. He lives near Nashville Indiana. They returned sunday and a a a j j j sunday school was Well attended reported their father As some better., saturday was Well attended and Oun Udy of ii uni to x a fairly Good prices were realized. Sunday. I the Young people s class of the Jake Troxel had business in Wil i Church of Christ gave a play last Liam sport monday. Saturday night entitled Quot the poor t. A. Hall transacted business in Williamsport monday. Mrs Carbondale. H. A. Johnston has purchased property in Attica and will move to that place in the near future. J. and wife entertained at dinner last sunday Ben Wil ber and wife of Independence. Acute poisoning. Kramer. Mrs. Nellie seals was a Danville 111., visitor saturday. Elwood Simmermon was on the sick list the fore part of the week. Postmaster John Moliere and wife were Williamsport visitors tuesday. Isabelle Thompson and Florence Hall were Attica callers tuesday evening. H. J. Russell of Troy new York visited with and sniffer cd Tiwu Boismi Sheti Lirl a Admiral Dewey s successor. Admiral William s. Benson u. S. The Quick Wae of Mustard and Jas been appointed ranking Haa saved Many a life., Winou a of acute poisoning occurs it 5,a n 3rally has one of Turci he succeeds the late Admiral Dewey origins. i iii a swallowed As president of the general Board of the Poison in mistake for Medicine the Navy retaining also his duties he has tried to Couin it suicide or As chief of naval operations. And he has eaten something that for Miral Henson was next in rank to one teas p or Lui Osiier is not lit for i Admiral Dewey. Food. When we h a lii at a who i i a Milf or an entire has family sunday. Florence Hall of state line is visiting with mrs. D. Thomp son and family. Frank Carswell jr., of Attica spent the week end Vith his parents Frank Carswell and wife. Don t forget to attend the Box social to be Given at the school son will be the co rect one. It Luau i be that the food taken is inherently j poisonous As in the ease of Poison i Ous inns rooms. Or it May be that i food originally pure has Sutie red chemical Chan ies because it Billings amp Mehaffey attorneys for administrator. Notice or admin Striction. Notice is hereby riven that the under Sigrid Hiis been Ipp Luied by the clerk of ih.5 circuit court of Warren county state of in Iyub Lia iii. of tiie of a Lille i been kept too Long or has not been pro Erly eared for. The Bert Pritchett Sale on last a House on Friday evening february the 2nd. Come and buy a Box and married Man Quot which was largely attended and was Well received. The a receipts were $32.00. The class will Joh Mankey transacted business saturday night in Indianapolis thursday of last week. Mrs. Harrison Blackwell and mrs. Sollars spent monday with mrs. We. Burr. Jack Wade and wife and Franklin Biggs spent sunday with Robert i at tab. Those who ate dinner with Milt Clark and family sunday were vis Grey and wife Arch Glover and wife of Attica miss Tula Bartlett of Rainsville the misses Samantha Biggs Bessie Gillespie and Laura Gillespie messes. Floyd Gillespie Lucas and family. Earl Foster of locus Grove and Qia Glover and Elsie Norris. Alice Foster spent sunday with miss Angie Daulton. Honey Branch. Miss Fern Swanson returned to j Vantress spent sunday Indiana ohs tuesday morning after j Brown a few Days visit with relatives Here. I Attica Quot and Carter Daulton wife and babe Yjih a port visitor saturday. Spent sunday with mrs. Daulton s j we. Grames and daughters were parents Isaac High and wife near Williamsport saturday. Jesse Darding and Frank Trickey mesdames George Butler amt. Butler Lee Butler and son Chester. Were Lafayette visitors thursday of ast week i baby were a a guests of John Beason and family the two Little daughters of James Booth and wife have been ill with eat with your Best girl. Bad colds but Are reported better at this writing. Lee Butler and wife entertained at dinner sunday Clint Butler and wife Robert Butler and wife mrs. Sam miss Grace Grames spent saturday night and sunday with miss Maud Brown. Clem Brown wife and son. Clai ence of near tab were guests of h. H. Harrison of Danville 111., visited last saturday and sunday with his sister mrs. E. H. Wilson. Walter Myers who is teaching at Rainsville spent saturday and sunday with his parents c. W. Myers and wife. There was quite a number from Here went to see the Quot birth of a nation Quot at Lafayette wednesday and thursday of last week. J Joseph Grolo is moving in with mrs. Nancy Lemming. It is reported that Adam Bess will occupy the property vacated by or. Groin. Last thursday being mrs. J. A Franklin s 31st birthday a number of her friends gathered at her Home with Well filled baskets and helped 1 her to celebrate the Day. Those i present were Bert Thompson wife and son Homer Johnston wife and children Floyd Kennedy and wife Homer Wilson wife and daughter e. H. Wilson and wife mrs. Mary Killin mrs. Emma Franklin and mrs. Sarah Stephenson misses Nona and Lota Cantrell mrs. Mary Mckinnis and children. A Bountiful dinner was served which was much enjoyed by those present. 9 Good Timothy i Hay for Sale said estate is supposed to be solvent. Hii Xuy to. Ogle administrator dated this ind Day of january i it. Jan. 4, Victor h. Ringer attorney for administrator. Notice to heirs credit frs Etc a i the matter of the 1 in the Warren i ria Euit court Keri a Sun. Deceased. J Ary term 1917. Notice is hereby Given that John in Hunter and daughter Berviece Ben we. Brown and family sunday. Bush wife and son and miss Fern Swanson. Rev. Sollars and wife filled their appointment Here sunday evening and also monday evening. Rev. Sollars and wife leave for old Virginia tuesday february 6th, to hold a three or four weeks meeting. Pence. George Whipps was in Jud Yville monday. Lillard Fisher spent sunday in Kentland. Jesse Ford and wife Are both sick from la Grippe. Mrs. Cecil Hogan was in Ambia monday visiting her parents. Lester Martin one of our most popular Young men has purchased a Ford car. What next Harold Pence returned to Valparaiso Law school last sunday after spending the week end Here with his parents. O. W. Fisher was called to rising Sun Indiana Friday to see his aged Mother who is very Low from cancer. Miss Maud Brown returned Home saturday after a two weeks visit with relatives in Indianapolis and Lafayette. Sunday school and Church was Well attended sunday. Rev. Hole preached a very interesting Sermon. The subject was Quot what is Christian baptism Quot Rev. Legg the state evangelist and miss Winsor As Singer Are holding a series of meetings at Hickman Heights Church. Everybody invited to come and hear the Good sermons. The party at Henry Martin s saturday evening was enjoyed by a Large number of friends. Music and games were the diversions of the evening after which Dainty refreshments were served. All departed at a late hour having spent a most delightful evening. Many of the citizens of Attica Are suffering from a contagion of sore eyes commonly known As the Pink Eye and the physicians Are advising care on the part of families where i any of the members Are affected John Howard was Taen suddenly i with the theatre at my farm in Pine township. For particulars Call on Lee Vanreed Williamsport i Reading while Riding. There is one Safe Way to relieve the Strain on tie eyes. Reading in a iii Ovinac train or i Street car is a Vivis and the doctors arc i unit against it. However him e a Way to mini Nirize the Ilariu Toti. Effects of Puii read iii. Nud ii is be i Ollow i get iiit5 in this the a i Ptonis of acute poisoning Are generally so terrifying that the doctor is Quick a Quot summoned and that is Well for he Mill be needed. In Many it is not i o.s5ible to Tell at Onee just Liat Kii id of Poison is causing the trouble but it j is certain that whatever it is it i must be removed from Ilie body As quickly As possible. There Are two was of removing Poison quickly a is Anu Istratov Frinc nov a i Oil in a Liv a season. Deceased has presented and Alec irom ine pc Tomzell a Eitner a a i ins Inal a covet and vouchers in Linal Bettle Sto Iaeli pump lii he tie doctor will bring and use or by an emetic. The Siiple Mustard and water emetic can us no harm and you should give it while you Are waiting for the doctor. Plain Ial be Mustard a Lable spoonful stirred in half a pint of slightly warm water and Swallo red quickly a has saved Many a life. It sides a Liing out Attica Indiana. Tione 383 showing the world s finest photo plays will Presentay Pickford in her latest and greatest achievement less than the dust Quot produced by her own company tuesday feb. 6,1917 matinee 2 30. Adults 15e children Loe evening 2 shows 7 00 and 9 00. Seats reserved at Ioc Ioc 20c and 25c. Seats on Sale at Cri ler s drug store beginning 9 00 a. M., Friday feb. 2nd. Mail orders with remittance to either Thos. B. Crigler or m. Paul Williamson Attica phone orders accepted from parties known to either of these. Phone orders will be charged to party placing the order. This is the first of a series of eight Mary Pickford productions to be shown at the Messner theatre Attica during the coming year in each of which miss Pickford will portray a character of a different nationality. In Quot less than the dust Quot she plays the part of an East Indian hindu maid. Briscoe. Will Moffitt butchered tuesday. Emory Morgan butchered tuesday. Born to Ben Hazel and wife sunday a 5 Pound girl. Dolph Turner and family went visiting last sunday. Perry Anderson was in Indianapolis several Days last week. Mrs. Gus Peterson and Myrtle Smith spent Friday with Nina Peterson. Wilbur Smith and wife spent saturday evening with Willie Brier and family. Mrs. Henry Woods of Montara a is visiting this week with mrs. John Peterson. Grest Peterson and family spent sunday with Gus Biggs West of Jud Yville. Bertha Ratcliff and Sophia Green called on Elizabeth Kerst tuesday afternoon. Lula Brier spent tuesday with her parents Joe Hambin and wife be Attica. Grandma Morgan returned Home thursday evening after spending several Days in Bose Ell. Gus Peterson and wife a toed to Bismarck 111., wednesday to spend the Day with Jewell Young and family. John Carpenter drove to Bismarck 111., last thursday to spend a few Days with Jewell Youn and family. Mrs. Perry Anderson spent several Days last week with her parents John Wattles and wife North of Boswell. Willie Brier and wife. Bertha rat Cliff and Sophia Green attended the movies in Williamsport tuesday Evenmo. Mrs. Gus Peterson Myrtle Smith Sophia Green and Lula Brier took dinner with Bertha Ratcliff thursday of last week. I farm insurance the Farmers Mutual insurance company of Warren county does general farm insurance. A Jas. C. Jones president w. A. Rhode. Secretary. Pine Village ind. Dale r. Warrick solicitor tab ind. Elmer Foster. Solicit a. Ambia. De by any one w Inabit. Let us see exact ii what Liap Jens to the Eye when a person reads on a moving train. The Rimini a we Are interested Isi is tie of the train win ii causes relative motion Between the Eye Aud tie Book be. Ins read. If we could so arrange things Thiu. The distance and direction of the Book Iroini the Eye re i rained the same Liere would of i , be no problem at ail to be a i a solved for the fastest motion of the train Forward would then no difference. What does the jogging do then it simply causes the eyes to Lump Aro Imd quickly and constantly in an Endeavor to keep the glance on the place in the Book. This causes an imbue exertion by the six Seta of tiny Muscles used to turn the Eye in different directions. Whereas the Eye ordinarily uses these Muscles slowly it now has to use Thimi fast consequently jerking them shia reply. This tires them a great Deal. The stomach it Lias a so glibly stimulating Eifret which is an excellent thing a Nee acute poisoning is often i followed by a dangerous collapse. I or that reason do everything you can lor up not the strength of a poisoned get it on. Eve ii aft or the Lomacki Luis been Enid tied j and ii Partite pm Itom it Sui sided in o be very Gri at. Aim Blanki to and Hul a Atri by Julles Are a i Cipy us. I u1 it it of Niti i to give i iii Aniis by the Muiir s Stiriti the stomach has a Quot on in iii a. A Kheit a ii ois ii is a is rung Cid Ilu it h a a iii cannot be used Bettie Merit of said estate and that the same we come up for the Chain nation and action o said circuit court on the i Ith Day of february u7. At which time All heirs creditor or legatees of said estate Are required let. Appear in said court and a How cause if aug there be Why said account acid vouchers should not be to proved. And let All heirs let aces and of intr persons interested appear Ani make proof us Ali or claim to any part of Sair estate. Loux 11. Lili Oadle. Admin Strati. Or Rikss my hand and the Seal of Sai court at Williamsport Indiana Itutti Day of Hin uary. 1817. cowoii.l., clerk. Liy Frau k. Kirk Louii i a put. Jan. Iii it i. Billings �5c Mehaffey attorneys notice of utting gravel Road s. Dan Fer of collapse Mav notice is hereby Given that on mond in i f oth Day of i february 1�oi7. I from the hours of o clock a. M., until 2 o clock p. In. At the office of the auditor of Warren county. Indiana ii tie town of Williamsport in said county Anc , the Lioard of commissioners of said Warren county Indiana will receive sealed priv Powals for the furn Shink of All juices Sari labor and Matie rals and constructing each o the following Cravel Road improvements i county. Far of Fui to or Kliss r. A Public till Hway improve Nien. Petitioned for by .1. Salts al. Al., in Steu in the a civil i owns i in said county Anc t1 11 a t. 1 known As the salts i travel Load. The Tola ready lacerate i Gullet Ana tie ene Lenth o said improvement Beins i a ? 2-i fee. And the estimated Cost thereof Beins s15,."�s.5so con. A Public i Elvay known on the. Lua tic Liest to eat Merit we can ado v. Imi in cases of food tie Muije is a Vait Taille Adji imm to the a re atm it. I he Cut it Llau it be May be serious Eno agh to re Jii ire energetic treatment with slip not Lant. Records As the Arthur u. Jones travel Road situate on the line Between Mound and Ken civil i own slips ill said county said Tiehwa Ielne 11. 2 2 fiet in Leneth and the estimated Cost thereof being in l,i27.-ll. Said is aled shall be for the Fui nishant of All Maleri in Aud labor and tie con a Striction of the improvements of each of Sale ii Perl \ Inie Ctina strychnine i a i it veral highways respectively by a Radunc ,. A i Drammgh did paving with to Raven and by con or Liv giving Oral a or c0lu>e air l Struc tins Bri Dires cuu erts and unders ironic drains All in accordance with the profile re port of the civil Una mixer and Anc. The plans Aud Speed liar tons of said roads it both either by a Iouli or by Means of an enema according to the Coli lotion of the companion. ,. ,. Spect ively. Contractors submit patient. A j outly 3 i bids tor the improvement of either of Saio it roads it being the intention that each of said i roads shall be bid upon let and constructed . Fighting fishes of Siam. I Quot Ach bidder must file with his proposal i i the Devol Quot a roat Cai Quot to the on penal sum equal to double the Sun Quot Quot of his proposal As by Law required. The said Board of commissioners Reserve the Rob lit to reject any and All bids. Cultivation of to iii famous fighting flashes Lino in As Jila Kat. The interest in Fhy r.7> Vii i hip ors in with ass what roof. Id. H. Moinett m the fights on Wholl tie spectators auditor of county Indiana Stav e Large sums of Money is so great i . Hereunto subscribe my name Anc. 1 fri v top Altir in 1 co 1 of co Lih of Nii t it that thi it to hold them brings a Large annual Revenue to the King of Gazett al affix the Olli Cial Seal of said county or the st Day of january 1917. D. To fire. Auditor of Warren county Indiana Jan. 11, 191t-ws so Placo theror Saie. Fine South Bend malleable Kite Hen Range belonging to estate of Edward Smith deceased of. John Smith administrate the remedy is Arm Liol Ding the Book that it will Suiter the least relative displacement to the body and head Wien the head moves. That is Wrhen the Bead moves the Arm Shoi ild move also in the same direction and tiie same amount. This May be done by a fouling the Arm which holds the wit i the Elbow pressed closely into the Side and keeping it from touching the car seat. Even Lilter is to lipid the Book Wii ii both Ami keep both elbows a a re sed into their re set Active sides of tie body. If one ice s a still neck so that like Lead won t hoi Forward and a backward wit i the motion of the train this will help also. A the thing to remember to matter How accomplish died is to keep the head and Book the same distance apart and the same direction from one York american. Obliging Quot Only Viive Nin Tinh your Honor Quot tie convicted air isomer. Quot All replied the judge. Quot How will ten years suite a Baltimore mer ican. Limited experience. Mistress to new girl a we entertain a Good Deal. Have you had much experience at parties girls Only As a guest Haven Register. Curiosity is looking Over other people s affairs and cute looking our own. A Wayland. P. T. Martin attorney at Law special attention Given to collections Moline Universal is tie most practical economical and versatile farm tractor it is Ideal for the average size farm because it pulls the usual five horse Load and will do As much work As seven horses owing to its greater Speed and endurance. It requires less space than one horse and less care than one horse. It can be used for blowing harrowing planting cultivating haying harvesting All Field work. And it develops 10 to 12 a p. For Belt d. Sutton i have one of these tractors on the floor and will take great pleasure in showing this tractor which saves horse flesh and puts More bushels of Corn in your cribs with less work

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