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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The review Republican it july 20, 19i9.what army �n1�zs from the companies to Field forces Are traced. Have you seen them veto Jol those new wide Stripe sport skirts in Palm Beach Linene and Gaberdine materials they certainly Are swell and Are Selling big. We have a full run of sizes at. I.$3.50, $4.00, $4.75, $5.00. I the composition of higher units of an army is a mystery to Many persons who read of Field armies army corps brigades or divisions without being Able to comprehend them. The smallest administrative unit is the company of infantry engineers or signal corps the troop of cavalry or the Battery of artillery each commanded by a Captain. A company of infantry is 100 men in peace strength and 150 men or War footing War raises a cavalry troop from 70 to 105 men and a Battery from 160 to 190 men. The bigger organizations Are made up As follows battalion infantry four companies commanded by a major. Batalion engineers three companies. Battaion artillery Light three j batteries. Battalion artillery heavy two i batteries. Squadron cavalry four troops. Regiment infantry twelve companies riflemen Supply company i Headquarters company and machine gun company commanded by a colonel. I Njg Jug a a Squadron one ammunition regiment eng Meers six Compa. Pm Engineer _ i ziment cavalry twelve oops noted race uses died last i riflemen Supply troop Headquarters cavalry three brigades Timur Day in a Hospital. Troop machine and gun troop. _ cavalry one regiment Field Artil regiment. Artillery six batteries battalion mounted Engi m. W. Savage owner of several of brigade formations. Neers one mounted signal Battaion the most celebrated pacing and Trot brigade infantry three regi Squadron one ammunition ? ting horses in the world died last ments of infantry commanded by Supply train one Engineer a thursday in a Hospital at a Neap train and one Hospital corps. Olis minn., after a Brief illness. He army corps two or More infant i was 55 years old and had resided m one cavalry division Minneapolis since 1886. His death with the striped Arm cuffs and collars in Green Black old Rose Cope Hague and Scarlet also Many of the Plain White with the corded braid All at.$1.00. These Are new and right to the minute. We get is new. Ben Diamondstone estate. Good clothes for everybody. We Are on the go James a. Pope manager m. W. 8�,v�,ge dead. Brigadier general. Brigade cavalry ments. Brigade artillery three ments. Three regi regi Stry divisions. R ,. R i one Field artillery brigade one tele-1 followed by one Day that of his a graph battalion one Field signal Bat-1 Mous and most noted race Norse. Division infantry three brigades ammunition Supply Dan Patch. Infantry one brigade artillery one i regiment of cavalry one regiment of engineers one signal Batalion. Engineer or sanitary trams As Are i this world Champion pacer was needed in addition to the divisional i raised at Oxford. Benton county by i trains. Commanded by a Heute Mantdan Messner who is at present con general. Ducting a dry goods store in that j quot. Place. When Dan Patch was a suckling Colt he gave great Promise i of being a pacer but or. Messner i never dared to Hope that the Colt would become tired strained eyes Seldom get better without some help. Many Are bom with defects of vision others acquire them. Take care of your eyes and they jul take care of you. Children 3 eyes should have attention we Are equipped with the Best Modem scientific instruments and accurate Mac winery for testing eyes measuring the face 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 optometrists mls. Opt Ciui Attica Indiana quot hungry Hogan quot is dead. Henry Hogan familiarly known As quot hungry Hogan quot the quot up and Down Hackman quot who in the 19121 ,., -.r, in i and fastest pacer. When the horse Campaign was named by friends As ii. U a a. R us i became a two year old he matched a Loke candidate for the Nomma i. A r a i a him against a fast stallion by the tion for congressman at Large from Illinois and who came near being Pine Village. Mrs. Mattie Arbuckle was an Oxford caller thursday. Will Fisher and Robert Steele and wife were Lafayette callers saturday. Mrs. Charles Riggs who had a very severe sickness last week is improving. Joe Howarth who was on the sick list last week is again on duty at the lumber Yard. Mrs. Lewis Hornstein of Indianapolis visited last week with John Furnan and family. Frank Friday. Postmaster at Kramer and he is i anxious to Leam All the newfangled ways of Licking the stamp. A Good 1100-Pound Mare and Bug i by for Sale. Fred f. Ritenour j Williamsport. Jno. C. Stephens amp son quot the a Strauters quot have the Best and cheap i est farm Loans. Quot National Blue flame Oil Cook i stoves quot uses less Oil and make More i and quicker heat. Last a life time. 1 see the Oil stove with a reputation. 1e. L. Hottenstein hardware Wil i Liam sport ind. 38-tf. Last Friday while cleaning a locomotive Tod Yount son of a it Yount the Independence Grocey Man now practising Law in Atti jct was scalded. He was cleaning i up switch engine 609, when the wa-1 ter Guage burst and threw boiling i water Over the Back of his left hand. William Hurst of Pine township was a business visitor Here saturday in Williamsport. Bill makes a Good i hand on the farm in the Early Spring i time when the weather is Cool but when it gets real warm. Bill says he can do a better Job of shocking wheat or Oats in the Shade of some Friendly tree. J Dale Stansbury returned to his Home in this City last thursday i afternoon to spend two months a a cation then he will go Back to i Bloomington and resume his school i duties. Dale wanted to be a Soldier and he wanted to go with the regi mental band Down to the Border line but Fate was against him. As it l was with a thousand or More of the mrs. Charles mounts of Attica boys and he returned Home to enjoy was a visitor in our City saturday the companionship of his parents Forenoon. And sister. Mrs. Oscar Riley and children of i county chairman Jacob Sheffer Attica were guests of Ernest Phil Hon. Ele Stansbury and j. H. Steph has and family last thursday after-1 Enson were in Lafayette last Friday i afternoon attending the Republican w. P. Carmichael of st. Louis meeting of the newspaper men and was Here saturday visiting the fam county chairmen of the tenth con ily of e. Guy Sutton and looking Gressional District. It was a great after business and Jake Sheffer got so in miss Nellie Kerr of near win chused that he said he would t care Throp visited in the family of mrs. If they had such a meeting every Ella Siddens in this place from sat Day if he Only had time to attend urday evening until tuesday. Them. Elected died at his Home in Chicago last Friday. Hogan was known to travellers Rev. Wagner and wife of the world s greatest ton returned to their Home after visiting friends at and Vicinity. James Hooker Oral Brier Roy Fenters Robt. Bowman Mckinley Martindale and or. Dalton were visitors at the capital City Friday. Name of quot Way Mark quot but the fast stallion which was driven by Harry spinning was an easy victim for Patch and at that time or. Wattles Nguyan Wao a a drove pact from All parts 0 the United states Home of miss Hazel Frasch Friday knights to who have visited Chicago m the last two generations. Place on the Boswell race track and he was As much a part of the Busi d 4. U tvs from there Dan Patch went to Ness Section of Chicago As the maj a pig company but wherever he went he pulled Down first Money As a pacer until he won and held the honors of being the fastest pacing horse in the harness world. Sonic Temple or any of the All night restaurants. When they started to tear Down the old Union station the oldest landmark still remained Hogan and his cab. Farm Loans. I loan Money for the Well known a. Goodell amp sons company. Low i interest partial payment privilege. I no red tape Quick service. Our patrons our Best recommendations. Ernest Grey Williamsport Indiana. For Sale a a farm of 70 acres for Sale cheap. Well improved. Easy terms of. Lee Vanreed. See the spendthrift of woe betide he throws his Money from Side to Side squandering squandering As he goes nor stops to think As he wildly sows of the Harvest of want he will have to reap when the aging years their Shadow creep and throw their gloom across his Way when youth has fled and Bis hair is Gray. Of t take this lesson to your heart dear Friend nor from the saving path depart for so surely follows night the Day the spendthrift has his Price to pay for follies and for wicked waste the cup of Rue he s forced to taste. Moral Start a Savines cd count at this Bank and escape the penalty of the miss Golda Beebe returned Sun-1 the county agent in Benton Day night from a month s visit with county seems to be a thing of the this place relatives at Hammond ind., and al past As the Farmers and township so visited relatives to be at Wauke trustees seems to think that it is a Sha. Wis. Useless expenditure of Money in the miss Pressa Carpenter returned Way of salary. Facts Are there Are saturday evening from a month s several offices created by the late visit with relatives and friends in democratic legislature that should be abolished the discontinuance of which would mean quite a saving to the taxpayers Over the state. The Happy hustlers met at the j Kentucky Bloomington ind., and at in ind. Afternoon. Ice Cream and cake a Ere a cob Rucker a business Man of served and a social time had by All Attica last week sold his farm near present. West Lebanon to will Hill who has i West Lebanon lady dead. Audrey Yarbro who was badly been living on one of h. W. Brigg s mrs. Mary Stewart one of the bruised on the Back by a fall he re-1 places near Jud Yville. There was a Pioneer residents of West Lebanon Cei ved when the break handle broke 120-acre tract of land and sold for died at the Home of her daughter and threw him on the wheel of the $90 per acre. Mrs. Samuel Erskine at that place Friday afternoon from the Eft acts of now live to himself. The self made Man has been lauded for his Pluck and Energy for his perseverance and persistency in overcoming obstacles in the pathway to Success. He has been held up to Young people As a Bright and shinning example. The Man or woman who can get ahead in the world largely by his or her own efforts is deserving of much Praise and it is right and proper that the world i should give them it s admiration a but it should not be forgotten that these so called self made folks Are not wholly of their own making. They Are after All social products they Are indebted to those around them for Many things. Were it not for society for opportunities provided by society they would not have been Able of themselves to do what they have done. No Man can live unto himself alone he must recognize others and the More he does so the faster he will climb up the ladder of achievement. Selfishness is the greatest Barrier to self advancement. Wagon is Able to be about again. Roy Shackleton motored from Worth saturday. He was accompanied Home by his wife and children sunday who had been making a a. L. Winks wife and children of West Lafayette motored to this place sunday morning and spent the Day with mrs. Eliza Fox and family. Miss Ada Newhouse a visit with c. J. Shackleton and wife companies thefts iome in the even mrs. R. C. Plush and children ing for a week s visit. Leslie and Marie of Childress Tex and mrs. Martha Orr of Dallas,tex., Are visiting with mrs. William Armstrong and miss Sulvan. Mrs. Orr is a sister of these two ladies and upped have not seen each other for forty years. The three Sisters Are past a fall she received about three weeks ago. She is survived by three Daugh ters mrs. Erskine mrs. Adelia Crawford and mrs. Ross French besides other near relatives and a Host of friends who deeply sympathize with the relatives. The funeral the Indiana postmasters will hold occurred sunday. A convention at Lafayette july 18 to i 20. If John Moliere is not present i Hay loaders Combine Side Rake it will be because the trains have and Tedder. Millet seed in any John is the new Quantity at Joel d. Suttons. Of. Do you know that Warren county you prepared with a bottle of the or. Powell tinc Ture it is the Best Medicine in the world to use in cases of Colic flux dysentery diarrhoea and summer complaint. Good for old and Young alike. Try a bottle. A very prominent travelling Man said the other Day quot i would t be without the or. Powell tincture for anything. Believe me i Don t take any chances when i can get a Quick Safe sure remedy like this for 50c." better be Wise too and ask your druggist for a bottle or write to the or. Powell tincture co., Attica . Black cow 3 years old weight about 800 lbs. Strayed away saturday night. Finder please notify Lee Butler. Sedentary habits shorten life Many a severe cold ends in tuberculosis heavy eating like heavy drinking shortens life intelligent motherhood conserves the nation s Best crop a Low infant mortality rate indicates High Community intelligence neglected adenoids and defective Teeth in childhood menace adult health the registration of sickness is even More important than the registration of deaths the u. S. Public health service co operates with state and local authorities to improve Rural sanitation a Acme binders and mowers Are made right and work right the machines with the trouble Cut out 1 sell repairs for All makes of machines we have them in Stock. I have the repairs. E. L. Hottenstein hardware Williamsport ind. 38-tf. A full one of repairs for All Johnston machines regardless of what the other Fellows say. Sold by Joel d. Sutton. Of. For Sale one three Burner jewel gasoline stove with enclosed oven Good As new. Inquire of Claire Shaun. Pot a Mogul 846 on your farm Ogul 8-16�?"the Small farm tractor for All 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 spreading it. It draws the Binder while the horses work at other tasks. It does the Slimmer 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 shelter feed grinder and so makes itself generally useful and profitable throughout the year. The Mogul 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 Aud talk it Over. A. G. Bro die

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