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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 15, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana
The be flew Juke 15, 1916.j�mes Rhode runs Over boy. It was pure ii accidental and unavoidable on the part of both. Saturday morning As James Rhode who lives near Winthrop was driving along the Street near the Farmers amp merchants Bank in Attica he had the misfortune to run Over Obe Vaughn s 6-year-old boy who darted from behind another Auto directly j in front of or. Rhode s machine j in passing Over the boy whom he did not see until the car was nearly on him and it was too late to Stop breaking the boy s Arm and otherwise bruising him up. The boy was immediately picked up and taken to a physician where his wounds were dressed and he was afterwards taken Home where he is getting along very nicely and was Able to be up and around his Home monday morning. Or. Rhode Felt so badly about the Accident that within an hour after the Accident he sold his car for which he gave $460 Only a Short time before for $400. The Accident was purely accidental on the part of or. Rhode and wholly unavoidable. He was running very slow and watching the Corner when the Little boy All of a sudden darted out from behind a machine parked at the Side of the Street and ran in front of or. Rhode s car. It was done so quickly that there was no time to apply i the emergency Brake. Auction Sale of Angus cattle. Quot several Hundred people assembled i at Rominger s stable this afternoon to attend the auction Sale of Angus cattle by messes. Cobb amp Derby of York Ala. Quot preceding the auction Carleton Smith county agricultural commissioner introduced col. Judy. Or. Ladies new summer skirts skirts in All sizes in gabardine material. $2.25 Palm Beach skirts in All sizes $2.50 and $5 Linene skirts in All sizes at.$1.25 these Are of the very newest designs and patterns and just the thing for summer Wear. A whole new shipment of ladies waists in All colors and sizes to match the above skirts at $i.25, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00. Watch our ads and see what s new at the right Price. Ben Diamondstone estate. Good clothes for everybody. We Are on the go. James a. Pope manager. Found dead in his James Wagner died Indianapolis last week. Near Odd Fellows will hold impressive services at Williamsport sunday june 18. Program. called to grand quartet grand vocal duet. Ruby Hamilton Fred Butler Jordan and or Derby who spoke Reading names of deceased members briefly on the Fine qualities of the pjj.�. Angus . P. T. Martin quot the Sale began at 2 o clock and the first animal offered was a Bull Rebekah. Mcdermitt and was bid in by or. Austin of Bovina for $160." i the above is taken from the Vicks quot Burg miss evening Post and is a demonstration that or. A. Judy i one of Warren county s Foremost cattle men is in demand in All parts u a u a of the country. As a judge of cat Street and headed by the band will tie he has no Superior and his judg j March to the cemetery where they ment is taken in All cases and under j gym exemplify their impressive ritualistic work and strew pretty Blos Hon. Eie Stansbury orchestra after the above program has Bee executed the Odd Fellows and Rebekah will form in line on the this Man is an evaporator in Phat s what a Little girl said speaking of Gilbert Atlee al dredge. Who will be heard Here in interesting character delineations on the second Day of the Chautauqua she meant Impersonator of course but evaporator does just As Well for or. Eldredge is an evaporator. He evaporates quot the blues quot or any other melancholy feelings hear him and see sin to admin Tonj to Haar Iha Chautauqua air actions Viil total �3.4-0. Bat you can buy a Deajon ticket from your local committee a or Only . A do it mow drops Pordy be hazing Case. Shoals girl dismisses against seven former students. All circumstances. Cemetery notice. The trustees and interested parties of the Redwood cemetery association Are requested to meet on the grounds saturday june 17, at 9 o clock a. M., for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year and transacting other business. All parties having lots or Graves not marked Are requested to Mark the same in order to give the Secretary a Complete list of All grave s. All parties interested will please take i notice and govern themselves accordingly. L. Mcconnell Sec y a Hen and now. Soms on the Graves of deceased Brothers and Sisters. Note a it is requested and urged that All Odd Fellows and Rebekah meet at the Lodge room promptly at 1 30 p. M., sunday june 18. A cordial invitation is extended to All Odd Fellows and Rebekah of other lodges to attend. And s�o1ll we coniing be to grow time makes a great difference in All j bad weather conventions or carnivals things pertaining to Man. Are no detriment whatever. The famous Purdue hazing Case will not come to trial. Setting Forth that the health of Mabel Rogers of Shoal the plaintiff is so broken that she is unable to withstand the ordeal of the trial a motion was filed in the Montgomery county court at Craw Fordsville saturday for the dismissal of the Case. The defendants Are seven Purdue girls All of whom have since been graduated. Mary Clark one of the defendants has died since the complaint was filed in 1915. Miss Rogers alleged that the defendants had mistreated her in Purdue dormitory that they had painted her with red Ink stuck her with pins and thrower her into a tub of water. She sued for $7,000. The Case was taken from Lafayette to Crawfor is Ville on a change of venue. Miss Lee of Oxford and miss Sheridan of Attica were two of the Young lady defendants. Word reached Williamsport last a thursday that sex trustee James Wagner who formerly lived in my Dina township this county was dead his lifeless body having been i found in his bed on the previous i wednesday morning at his Home j on his farm near Indianapolis where j he had recently moved. I a few years ago or. Wagner was i trustee of Medina township and i during that time he got into a Little i financial trouble due to a habit that i had taken a firm hold upon him and one which it seemed he was j powerless to overcome. His trou i bles of finance were however Satis i Facto Rily adjusted and he resigned i the trusteeship before the expire i tion of his term and moved to la Fayette after a Short residence there he moved to Attica but did not Tarry Long going from there to in i Diana Polis or near that City where he had a farm. He lived on the farm a Short time and then moved Back to Lafayette but Only remained a few months when he again re turned to his Marion county Home where he died. No particulars As to the cause of his death could be Learned but it is i said that he was in fairly Good complaint i health and bid fair to round out a Ripe old age. Or. Wagner was not a bad Man at heart he was Clever Liberal and generous of spirit but he had a habit and try As he would he seemed unable to break away from it in other words he was his own worst enemy. Aside from this he was highly respected among his Fellowmen and when he was possessed of his natural faculties he was a Good business Man keen and screwed and one whose Council was often sought. He is gone and May al the Little misgivings that held against him be forgotten and May his soul rest in peace. 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 Wilha sport Indiana. For Sale or Trade. One five year old Mare suitable for Light farm work or driving. For particulars inquire at this office. For rent a the up Stair rooms Over the Warren county Bank Are for rent. of review. The Board of review of Warren county for 1916 consists of the following named persons James n. Rhode s. W. Shatell d. H. Moffitt Ernest Grey and James Metsker. The Board set the following dates for the different townships to hear grievances if any and to equalize the assessments Friday june 16, Mound and Kent state line. Monday june 19, Pine and Medina. Tuesday june 20, Prairie wednesday june 21, Adams Pine Village. Thursday june 22, Liberty. Friday june 23, merchants Day. Monday june 26, elevator. James Metsker pres t. D. H. Moffitt Sec y. Money % loan at a Low rate of interest on particulars see. H. the Warren county Bank. Fifty years ago or More when Abraham Lincoln was a candidate for president the speaker made the nominating speech Short and Sweet and the following is an example of just How much talk it took to get his name before the convention or. Judd of Illinois quot i desire on behalf of the delegation from Illinois to put in nomination As candidate for president of the United states Abraham that s All. Today the speaker must produce a Long flowery speech one that will fill three or four columns of an Ordinary newspaper. It must be a profusion of language. It must pick the favorite son out of the infant crib and carry him along to the present Day. It must Tell All or about All the details in his life s Ca i reer. It must give his Public Opin-1 Ion on All things pertaining to All i questions and above All he must measure up to the Standard and requirements of the present Day people. Not so in Lincoln s Day. If a Man was morally Good if he had an education and belonged to one or i the other of the old line parties that i was about All the people cared to know about him. They trusted that he would carry out the principles and platform of the party and that if any new and untried questions came up he would be Able to Cope with them. Are you prepared with a bottle of the or. Powell tincture it is the Best Medicine in the world to use in cases of conc flux since our last publication Day we have added three new readers people who have never taken the paper dysentery diarrhoea and summer who Are Gus Peterson who gets his complaint. Good for old and Young mail on Rural route 12 out of bos Well Fred Cox the Barber in mar Latt s shop in this City and mrs. Isia alike. Try a bottle. A very prominent said the other Day travelling Man i quot i would t be Fink of Rio Vista California. Along without the or. Powell tincture for with these new ones we have Sev anything. Believe me i Don t take eral renewals which is very in any chances when i can get a Quick r Cou raging and while some Are kick Safe sure remedy like this for 50c." i ing about business being quiet we must admit that we have no complaint to make. Bad weather conventions and carnivals Don t seem to be any hindrance. People want the news and they know a live paper is the place to get it hence they keep dropping into our office and have their names enrolled As subscribers. Pleased Well yes pleased because we can serve the people pleased be cause the people stand by us so loyally and give us grand support and further pleased because be Are Able to please an appreciative Community. Better be Wise too and ask your druggist for a bottle or write to the or. Powell tincture co., Attica ind. Wanted men who desire to earn Over $125.00 per month write us today for position As Salesman every Opportunity for advancement. Central Petroleum co., Cleveland Ohio. Strained eyes Seldom get better without some help. Many Are Bora with defects of vision others acquire them. Take care of Youit eyes and they will take care of you. Children s eyes should have attention. We Are equipped with the Best Modem scientific instruments and accurate machinery 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 mfg. Optician Attica you know that Rural sanitation is a health Protection to the City Dweller rats Are the most expensive animals which Man maintains it s foolish to educate a boy and then let him die of typhoid fever it is estimated that the average manure pile will Breed 900,000 flies per ton clean water clean food clean houses make clean healthy Ameri. Can citizens the u. S. Public health service issues a free bulletin on the summer care of infants the state of California has reduced its typhoid death rate 70 per cent in the last ten years most men become experts at but ting in. Sometimes it is Good for a Man to have an Active enemy. I i iof blessings like their removal. Silence has every other kind of a Bluff backed off the boards. Two women can remain Good friends if they Don t meet often. It s easier to grasp some opportunities than it is to let go of them. Every Man expects to j become great some Day but he keeps put ting it off. And it s As easy for a Man to break a Promise As it is for a woman to break a Man. A Man and his wife Are different a also indifferent after they have been married a few years. The fatter a woman gets the easier it is for her to believe other women Are unable to notice it. Never judge a Man by his i Ela Tives instead of by his companions. Relatives Are thrust upon him but companions Are usually selected by himself. Put a Mogul 8-16 on your farm i Ogul 8-16�?"the Small farm tractor for All farm work quot soon makes a place for itself on any farm of Lod acres or larger. It does the blowing in the Spring while the horses tender form the Winter s idleness Are Hanling manure to the Field and spreading it. It draws the Binder while the horses work at other tasks. It does the summer fallowing and fall blowing. Through the whole season it takes the hardest work off the horses then in the fall and Wietec it runs the ens Ilage Cutter Wood saw Corn Sheller 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. F
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