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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - January 9, 1919, Williamsport, Indiana Warren county a i ism series volume t a i Iana waj�zee�z7 county thursday january 9,1919, a a 12 Princess theatre program week from Jan. 13 to 18 a a t i a t i a. 000, i vllc1uc u1. Juto Irav of ii i monday Bessie love the to. Angeles school girl who through l. And True Christian woman. She was also a member of Olive Rebekah Lodge no. 336, of Otterbein. Besides quot her Eloise Jean a sister. Kathleen Rowe sheer Merit Rose from the ranks to a stardom quot within a new nth in the quot great and Rurh. A a i Beautiful Pathe screen Story a Ell told. 11 and 17 cents. A brother Claude Rowe of Otter Bein. The funeral conducted tuesday sixth episode of Thea a noon at fast mating serial quot to h e brass o clock. Rev. Mcnary of the of Bullet quot entitled quot a dangerous Church officiated and made in Pond Grove a quot growing better every week. Don t miss a one. 6 amp 11c wednesday William Farnum in the great gripping Fox drama a fighting a 1919 version inspired by the song quot my old Kentucky Here s one you can t afford to pass up. 11 and 17c. Thursday Goldwyn presents a Cho noted Beauty and stage favorite Maxine Elliott in quot fighting 01 a Story of a wife s loyalty quot big business quot a of Well paid Erica labor of scheming Jinan a. Is the labourer work he of his see this quot liar. 11 and �7 cts. Who s Here the pm Ani it in int. Quot wii a so Ory of it in i roiling Hlls of West disc Lijsing inane ii inti Ous is Well As Inri Iling to Boer fences. Tiie greatest mirth or Voker of the year. 11 and 17 cents. Saturday Virginia Pearson in a ave reel Fox univ quot stolen Hon a society drama of love and also a quot Muti amp Jeff car quot that tale of a an sex revient program for tonight. 11 and 17 cents. Two shows every saturday -230 and 7 15. cemetery. Info Otily u to Vroni. Vie open i aids a ice. To 5 it a i. tsp after contractors the Indianapolis news recently contained the following news in regard vote Fleming Road in Pine township Benton county quot the state Board of accounts has turned Over to the governor for to the attorney general for collection charges totalling $10,-552.37 against Evans son amp Van Natta contractors who Are alleged to have fallen that far Short of coming up to the plans and specifications of a Road they constructed in Pine township in Benton county in 1917-1918. Quot the Road in Ciu estion is the William Fleming free gravel Road. The Road and the contractors have been in the limelight for time and the action is the first of Legal Steps for collection of the amount out of which the county is alleged to have been slimmed quot personal and local notes gifts for All occasions at Dennis the Evv Eler. Harry Smith is again Able to be out after his siege of the Ilu and pneumonia. I a Complete line of gentlemen a Gold watches Elgins South bends and the jeweler. Don t fail to attend the matinee at the Princess theatre every Satur i Day afternoon at 2 30. Yar Moliis regular meeting iii ice yield saturday 2 o clock at the court ii ouse. All members Are org de to attend. A lost Crank pin and Cap from i aul Jairn car Between Williamsport i and Vest Lebanon. Please return co Dawson it mrs. Amos lower left monday i for Martinsville ind., a Here she will take three weeks treatment at i the sanitarium. There. W. H. Evans has resigned his Posi Lex pres Mitt my a Sevy i tion with Joel d. Sutton in the hard i Ware store but As yet does not Knovs what line of Vork he will take up. I a for sle quot Black Beauty quot Mare Pony weight about 500 pounds five years old also buggy and harness. George f. Vester Otterbein route 2. Or. And mrs. J. H. Vanreed returned tuesday to Louisville ky., after a ten Days furlough spent Here with his father and with her parents at Attica. A for Sale quot Black Beauty quot Mare Pony weight about 500 pounds five years old also buggy and f. Vester Otterbein route 2. A wanted Job on farm by married Man Small family must have Good House to live in. References Given and Baker Williamsport route 3. The ladies Aid of the m. E. Church will Nieset with mrs. Anna Moore next thursday afternoon Jan. 16. All members Are requested to be . Mary Brooks Sec. Bill Shuey Home soon Somme voice France dec. 13, 1918 Reinbold Bert Statzel Inez Smith Lucile Goodwine and mrs. Carl i Myers. Rev. A. W. Tackman gave a very interesting talk which was in i Joyed by All. As the Dock was strik a ing 12 brother Jackman with con your letter and Mother s receive i Gre gation Sang very impressively sure glad to hear from i quot Blest be the tie that binds quot. We not heard from you for i regret very much to have Rev. Jack a weeks. Time goes As i Man leave us after preaching for so Vly now that Days Are weeks us two years but he Felt duty called 1 a time drags but be him. To another Field where he began another month if nothing Hap his work Jan. 5, 1919. We Hope j a quot in Good old America some Day to have him As our minis-1 talk about celebrating i guess ter again. I be will celebrate and then some for a a this has been no pleasure trip i can no news from son i ure you. I shipped you by parcel a Post about a week ago a Shell As one i of the last that were used in our parts. I a mean used by the tanks. Tie fuse is from anther Shell and fixed up by a quot Frog quot i suppose that you will have received it before this turns up. Plow is school now Hope that the flu is Over and everything is going Nice Hope to be biome in time for he final athletic meets. Don t sup of so you Fellows have a team. Sure a Oxild like to Piaf n few Gani Cri Titis As it will i o Jie second year it j to Olio a he William Cottingham came out from Lafayette saturday seeking what information could be obtained from Glenn Clark s letters concerning the Fate of his son William Cottingham who has been missing in i France since some time last summer says the Oxford Gazette. So far or. Coltin Ghani can a earn from the government i son is mis dog in actin n. I Lov Ever. in it i in h id Ali Iros is Dueain at mis Moine a tit Pence doings i too late for last week i Lafe Wagner was in town Mon-1 Day. I isome Herndon was a Danville caller sunday. Via sunday to receive treatment for rheumatism. William and Margaret Armstorng took dinner sunday with Elmer Ford and wife. Isome Herndon and Otis Cochran i have to Decatur 111., for an j. D. And Floyd Martin were in i indefinite stay. Zara Pence and family from South of Hedrick attended Church services Gnu ii it a a ii it Ost Anci Doit Wiiri ecoling lad found in a he Iliad been murdered by More Vian a dozen germans who might have taken him prisoner As he was unarmed but who riddled him with machine gun bullets to \ e a a any hire Anri a Ruddy is Ali i. No Sno but Goess will out it just about the Timo we Sai 1 supine be Itiat it will be awful �o3ad weather. Perhaps will sail a Little after Wraas so eat my share of h and that Willie had died to save is a a inner As i la have quot Don ears i that Day if i can get them. Another Peculiar thing that in Good y kid till i see you in god s parents Vav Illie i land. His letters to his Danville monday. Lee Evans and wife were shopping in Danville saturday. J. H. Worley. Was transacting business Here monday. Officers elected Here sunday night. Elder p. J. Lough and Fred Green Burg and wife enjoyed on excellent i repast at the Home of t. B. Gillespie Joe we Gardner was transact my i sunday business Here saturday. I the township advisory Board met m. A Mccoskey of near Locust j with trustee Fisher Here monday Grove was transacting business for the transaction of important Here monday. Business Michial Barker and wife Are both grandma Mccandless entertained reported critically ill with pneuma at diner sunday Ernest Mccand Nia at the Home of John Irvin South less and family f. R. Pence and West of town. Wife and h. M. Pence and family. Lawrence Crawford presented his i quot wife with a new washing machine j tab i monday. Mrs. Crawford was much i Henry Foster is on the sick list a sales Vns a experienced ener j pleased with the present. Improving mrs. Cecil Scott has joined her ladies Aid meet with mrs. W. I. Getic to sell paint paint specialities and Auto lubricants. Big commis ,. Husband at Momence ind., where Cook this week. I Sions territory near the miss Inez Smith sent sunday i Oil part co., Roll Euclid ave. C. Amp e. I. Railroad company. I with Mil Mary born Cottingham spoke several times of i having allotted pay to them yet they have never received a cent of his pay since that time. He also i wrote them that he had taken out j an insurance policy. When this did not arrive after a sufficient interval or. Cottingham wrote to the government and on being told that they had no record of such a policy he sent the letter to Willie who wrote him that there had been a mistake and that he was taking out another policy. He afterwards spoke several times of having paid his insurance. Neither of these policies has Ever come to or. Cottingham. Will a. Skurky. The regular meeting of stockholders of the Warren count Bank last saturday Charles e. Hun i Cleveland Ohio. Downey and family Elmer. Ter was elected the Nev cashier to i at the last meeting of the town i Pord and wife and t. B. Gillespie i serve one year. Or. Hunter has Board Jess Lindsley was appointed i and family were entertained at din i Lafayette Friday been acting cashier of the Bank As fire marshal a hich carries with ner sunday by Chas. Herndon and Ernie Grostick s father has come Dince the former cashier j. I. Van-1 it theoflice of fire chief. Pie is nov. I to make his Home with him. Reed was called into army service on duty As head of the fire fighting i and has made Good. He is efficient i forces of the City. F with the Publ a Collings last saturday evening. Or. Harve Smith and wife ate sunday admirable my. For the place. Lee i authorities at in Collings was out doing his chores dinner with de Mehaffey and wife. Vanreed was elected president and i f of Phim to be on the when mrs. Co lungs became alarmed chem Brown entertained his neigh Lon h Vanreed vice president for it checks number at his delay m not coming in went is at a butchering party monday. Joun h. Yankee Dice president. I a go egg nest Grey was advanced to the Posi i tion of assistant cashier for which he is Well qualified. Mrs. Aaron Larch and son Clair this Community was shocked to Carl Brown and wife ate sunday learn of the sudden death of George dinner with de Horn and family. H. D. Billings. Attorney. Notice of letting gravel Road contract notice is hereby Given that the Board of commissioners of Warren county in the state of Indiana will in their office in the town of Williamsport said county and state on the 3rd Day of february 1919, and until the hour of 1 o clock p. M. On said Day receive sealed proposals for the furnishing of All necessary material and labor and constructing to gravel roads in said county As follows one of said roads being designated As the Joseph Horn gravel Road and located in Pine township and being 5349.5 feet in length the estimated Cost being $5381.10. The other gravel Road being known As the Wright gravel Road and located on the line Between Pine and Adams townships and being 5900 feet in length and the estimated Cost being $9881.55. Separate bids and Bonds shall be the parties who took traps from i the r. S. Haupt place Are known and to save trouble had better re-1 turn same. Stolen from their offices recently death lying on the ground near the he is also urged to pass the warning i Wood shed. The Community shares i along to Banks and business houses. With mrs. Collings in this her and later mrs. Otis Downey is on the sick the marriage of Charles m. Steir. List. Dawson Haupt. It hour and miss Lova haves occurred a i sunday at the Home of the Bride s i George r. Bell of Hedrick was in mrs. Helen r. Johnston parents or. And mrs. Dora Hayes town monday. Pneumonia caused the death of Attica Rev. J. G. Campbell per-1 William Cole was shopping in Dan mrs. Helen r. Johnston wife of Earl forming the ceremony. The Groom Ville saturday. L. Johnston which occurred at her brother of ars. Amos lower of Jesse Ford was transacting Busi Home in Otterbein Friday afternoon place and is Well and favourably Ness Here monday at 2 20 o clock. Mrs. Johnston who known by Many. They will take Walter Bowers and family were was the eldest daughter of or. And quot a their residence at Minnear 111., mrs. C. F. Rowe of Otterbein was i he Home town of the Groom. Con born in Warren county Twenty three grat lations Are extended. She was educated in the notice to Public the undersigned. Trustee of Pine Fred Aldrath and a Ife spent sunday with Chas. Chocked and family. Mrs. John Huling spent the weekend at it. Sheridan guest of capt. Moffit and family. Carl Myers and wife Clem Brown and will Worgum and families and Vista Clark spent sunday with Ike Myers and wife. Only 53 were out at Bible school last lord s Day. Let s have a larger attendance next sunday. Ohn Skinner is supt. For this year. Years ago. Grade schools of Otterbein and graduated from the High school at that place with the class of 1911. Site was United in marriage a ii Hisari Joi Inston on november 25, idl 1. Mrs. Johnston was a member of the methodist Church at Otterbein since she Vas seven years old and was a in Danville saturday. Robert Scott and wife were in i Williamsport saturday. I Doc Ford is Back from Camp and i he looks Fine in his suit of Khaki. It of. M. Evans of Walton ind., was Monta Viola Troxel Monta Viola Troxel daughter of William Troxel of Riverside ind., died at the family Home on Jan. 4th, of pneumonia follow ing influenza. On account of the entire family being sick with the same disease the body was brought to Correll amp Boyd s undertaking rooms Here where Short services were held monday afternoon by Rev. Mccloud after which the remains were entered in Highland cemetery. The Case was a particularly sad one on account of the family not being Able to attend the funeral or have it at Home one brother who reached Here in time from an army Camp being the Only member Able to attend. Or. Troxel will be remembered by Many As a former Well known and highly respected resident of this county and one daughter now mrs. Emory Poole was employed at pitchers before her marriage. She is among the flu vie tims at the Home and has a new babe Only a few Days old. The sympathy of their old friends in this Community will go out to this family and we Hope they will not have to give up any More of their course Aldcorn show off the annual Farmers Short course which had been scheduled for Jan filed to each Raveiro and plan 13 to 17, and the state Corn show files and specifications for each of i which was to have been held the said improvements Are on file in the j same week at Purtie University of Nice of the auditor of said county gun definitely called off As a and open to the a Section of the i a Public i result of the influenza situation As the Board of commissioners re j was announced several weeks ago. Serves the right to reject All or any j scores of inquiries concerning the to course and the Corn show have come in witness whereof i William h. University in the last few Days. The calling off of the Short course and the Corn show will not affect the poultry and Dairy Short courses which a ill be Given Jan. 20 to feb. 1, nor the tractor and other Short courses planned for later in the year. Stephens auditor of said county Hereunto subscribe my name and affix the Seal of said Board of commissioners. 3v/ w. H. Stephens to taxpayers on account of the probable passage of a Bill requiring the assessment of All property owned on january 1st, taxpayers should take an accurate inventory of All property owned by them on january 1, 1919. This is being done to avoid a misunderstanding should the Law pass. Christian Endeavor was held Sun-1 the proposed Bill has an Emer a a u 1 i i t gency clause attached and will be Day evening at the hotel with a Large a ome effective As soon As passed. In attendance. Of tiers were elected the event that the Bill does not pass for the coming year. Miss Gladys All Farmers and other owners of Wilson was Leader. Special music personal property should make their and a Good Ttoe enjoyed by All. Ris rest i new year s eve at tab was one by complying with these requests Long to be remembered. Supper taxpayers will do the assessors a was served in basement of Church great in or and insure an accurate Independence red Cross the following list of articles have been sent into Williamsport from this unit since nov. 15, 1918 wristlets one pair sweaters four Comfort kits twelve socks sixty two pairs girls Chemise Twenty five baby squares twelve baby shirts ten baby bootees one pair baby dresses ten Wash rags two Tow township will be at his office at the i. ,.residence on monday of each week i transact my business Here saturday. To transact All business pertaining mrs. Oilie Roberts was Cahng on a. I in. a to tits office. Mrs. Bessie thui Man monday after-1 after which a very interesting pro. Sly a be to Alskaf st Charles Hagel. I noon. I Gram was rendered in Audito Rurrie value this year. Mrs. Mrs. Otto May Sec y a a nes King. Chaitman �9 we. 1 mrs. A. M. Wood went to Mudla-1 consisting of special music by Fay James Metsker co. Assessor. Joseph e. Mccloud returned to Purdue University last monday to take a course in engineering

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