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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 16, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana A a of tip a a a a of quot 25 per cent reduction on All patterns costing 20 cents per single Roll or patterns at Loepp Roll we also have a Lull and Complete line of High Grade paints. If you Are going to pain tit will pay you to Call and get our prices. Caban s paint Sim Ana my paper store. 121 n. Peppy Street Attica Indiana. Spent thursday afternoon with mrs. Tom Pink and. Children. Mrs. Robert Hurst spent thursday afternoon with mrs. Earl Hoppes and Ruby Wattles. Or and mrs. W. F. Brown entertained wednesday afternoon in try. Mary Brown of Williamsport mrs. Clem Brown and mrs. Robert Jones and children. Winthrop items Attica route five Robert Jones was in Rainsville sunday Forenoon. Prank season was in Lafayette wednesday of last week. Or. Robert Martin was a caller in Rainsville saturday evening. Or. Prank reason was a caller in Attica tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jay Warbritton and daughter Mabel spent Friday afternoon with mrs. Robert Martin and family. Charles Hetrick and family spent sunday with Henry Martin and family. Mrs. Henry Martin and son Clair were in Williamsport saturday afternoon. Miss Mary Haddock and John Suttle called on Bessie Jones sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Robert Jones were in Williamsport and Attica saturday evening. Mrs. Marie Reid and daughter spent thursday afternoon with Bessie Jones. Robert Jones and family spent thursday evening with mrs. Robert Martin and family. Or. And mrs. Jay Warbritton mrs. Fanny Cobb was a Lafayette visitor Mondau miss pern Mckinzie is Home for her summer vacation. The Dorcas society met with mrs. Cecil Milligan last wednesday. Mie Anna Allen is visiting her sister mrs. Earl Reed of East Chicago. Miss Myra Redman entertained with a dancing party thursday evening. Or. William malady and Wilson Albright were in bismark Illinois sunday. Mrs. Vada Parton was operated upon at the Home Hospital at la Fayette tuesday. Or. Dan Fuller of Auburn Nebraska spent monday with his Uncle. J. W. Kerr. Or. And mrs. G. E. Hickman spent sunday with Jake Bender and family near Green Hill. Or. And mrs. J. W. Kerr and or. And mrs. Noah Emmons spent wednesday in Lafayette. Guy Milligan and family of Pine Village spent sunday with Cecil Milligan and family. Or. And mrs. Dick Steadman of Independence spent sunday with or. And mrs. W. A. Robertus. Or. And mrs. Murray Cobb went to Lafayette to be present at the operation of mrs. Vada Parton. Or. And mrs. J. R. Hickman spent sunday with their son Don Hickman and family near Newtown. Or. And mrs. Walter Hogan Ana George Hanley spent sunday with or and los. Fred Bush East of Attica. Mrs. Noah Emmons mrs. Marion Ritenour and miss Nell Kerr entertained the sunday school children with a picnic at Ravine Park Friday. Miss Enid Holder of Otterbein returned Home after visiting her great Uncle j. W. Kerr and family and Cousin Chester Rozell and family. Or. And mrs. J. W. Kerr and daughter Nell and Lowell Kerr and mrs. Chester Rozell and children attended the dinner sunday Given in Honor of mrs. Helen Coy of Enterprise Mississippi at the Home of m. M. Mulrey near Mont Morenci. This Man dreaded to be eight come was so be Stiess he could t sleep and Daylight was always welc05ie John attorney for administer matrix no Tige of notice is hereby Given that the under sign cd has been appointed by the clerk of the circuit court of Warren county. State of Indiana administer matrix of the a state of Isaac t. Slater late of Warren county deceased. Said estate is supposed to a solvent. Mab Gabet Elizabeth Slauter. Dated june 1,1921. Administer matrix. June 2.1921-w3. Green hell items follow the crowd tonight and tomorrow y night to see Charlie Earl Shoaf visited Home folks last sunday. Charles Mann and wife were quot Lafayette callers last saturday. A. H. We Jason and wife visited relatives at Potomac 111., last sunday. Floyd Biggs and faintly have moved into tie Guy Mckinnis property. John Scarlet and wife of Riverside visited last sunday with Wil mer Franklin s. Bert Thompson and family and Emma Franklin were guests of de. Bucks last sunday. Children s Day was observed at the lutheran Church last sunday. A Good quot program Wai i it tiered. Leona Johnson of Otterbein. Visited her grandmother mrs. Emmaline , monday. The i. O. O. P. Lodge went to Hai Svide on wednesday night of last week and gave the second degree. Wiley Rater wife and son of Indianapolis were guests of mrs. Emmaline Franklin last saturday night and sunday. We. Morgan s entertained at dinner last sunday Rev. Mccoy wife and daughter Martha and win. Thompson wife and son. The helping hands class held their meeting at the Home of mrs. We. Thompson on last thursday. About forty were present and a Good time enjoyed by ail. Quot with the exception of a Little milk Toast which comprised my diet for More Tolian eight weeks i could not eat anything quot said capt. George w. Womble residing at 105 Jennings Street Knoxville tenn., a highly respected citizen of that City. Quot i am now Able a continued Captain Womble quot after taking two bottles of Tarlac to eat practically anything. I had a bad form of stomach and intestinal trouble for a Long time and for months my condition had been such that i suffered agony. I got so i could not eat the simplest food. I tried doctor after doctor and All kinds of Medicine but nothing that was prescribed for me seemed to do me any Good. I had a terrible pain in my breast just Over my heart and for weeks and weeks i got no Relief. I finally got so nervous that i actually dreaded to see night come As i could not sleep and was always so restless that i would rejoice to see Daylight come. I was also constipated All of the time. In fact life seemed a Burden and i was so miserable that i was almost on the verge of despair. Several of my neighbors told me about Tarlac and advised me to try it i am personally acquainted with or. Dan m. Chambliss of the firm of Kuhlman amp Chambliss and when told him of my condition and How suffered he advised me to begin taking Tarlac without delay and that it had relieved hundreds of the Best people in Knoxville. I have now taken two bottles of Tarlac and am giving you this testimonial in the Hope to iat it May induce others to take it. Since taking this Medicine i actually feel like i had been made All Over again with the youth Energy and ambition of a sixteen year old h. D. Billings attorney for administer matrix no Tige to heirs creditors he. In the matter of the is in the Warren Clr Tate of Henry Rohmey it , deceased. J ber term 1921. Notice is hereby Given that Lizzie Rohmey. Eras administer matrix of the estate of Henry Lohmeyer deceased has presented and filed her account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit court on the 5th Day of september 1921, at which time All heirs creditors or legatees of said estate Are required to appear in said court and show cause. If any there be. Why said account and vouchers should not lie approved and let All heirs legatees and other persons interested appear and make proof of their claim to any part of said estate. Lizzie Lohmeyer administer matrix. Witness my hand and the Seal of said sea court at Fuji Asport Indiana this 26th Day of May 1921. William Cowgill clerk. June 2,1921-w3. Victor h. Ringer attorney for administer matrix notice of adminis ration. Pence items in the big comedy special Mort Briggs transacted in Danville saturday. Business notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed by the judge of the circuit court of Warren county. State of Indiana administer matrix of the estate of John l. Ogborn. Late of Warren county deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. Anna Ogborn administer matrix. Dated May 17.1921. May 19, 1921-w3. Holmes amp Troup Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff notice of Commisso s sue. You Are going to yell when you see him wander thru the daily trials of quot motherhood and the Midnight trails of father Hood. It is rightly termed Hobart Sloan and family were in Ros Ille saturday evening. Several from Here attended the free entertainment at Williamsport tuesday. Rev. Hackley attended the sunday school convention at Lafayette this week. Or. And mrs. T. B. Gillespie and or. And mrs Charley Herndon were in Covington sunday. George and Charley Holtz were in town saturday. Uncle Charley looks Well for a Man of his age. N. C. Goodwine went to Kentland saturday. To visit his daughter and family or. And mrs. Bud turn Paugh. % mrs. Ollie Barbee of Lovington 111., came up monday to spend the week with grandma Gillespie and other relatives. Mrs. Bob Bartlett mrs. Arch Glover and mrs Olof Glover were calling on or. And mrs. Vis Grey monday evening. Childrens Day exercises were Given at the m. A Church sunday evening a Large crowd was in attendance and the children did Fine. A very prominent quot Young quot Man of our town was recently married and occupies a House that a family moved out of that bad children and on moving had left behind a very Beautiful baby Carriage. Now this quot Young quot Man will dispose of this baby Carriage at a bargain As he has no use for it whatever. Cole and family were the guests of George and Frank Ford sunday. Jerry Cole and wife William Cox and family of Williamsport were the guests of Zara Pence and family sunday. It there will be an ice Cream and cake social at the pleasant View Christian Church saturday night june 25. Now is your time to get Home made ice Cream and cake. Everybody invited. The ladies Aid society met with mrs. Nettie Bachard wednesday june 8th, 1921, with 16 members 6 visitors and 3 children. They will meet with mrs. Mary. Cole and daughter june 22. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned commissioner appointed in an action Lor partition in the Warren circuit court wherein Elizabeth e. Thompson is plaintiff and John Patterson it al Are defendants for the partition of certain real estate described in the complaint in said cause to sell the real estate so described i will As such commissioner on the 9tli Day of july a. D. 1921, beginning at 1 30 p. H. And from Day to Day to Rafter until sold offer for Sale at private Sale to the highest and Best bidder at the office of Mccabe amp sons Williamsport ind., the following described real estate situated in Warren county Indiana to wit the South East Quarter of Section seventeen 17township Twenty one 21 North Range nine 9 West containing 160 a cres More or less. Terms of Sale. One third Cash in hand one third in nine 9 months and one third in eighteen 18 months from Day of Sale the deferred payments to be secured by promissory notes of the purchaser secured by a mortgage on said real estate said notes waiving Relief from valuation or appraisement Laws with six per cent. Interest from Date and attorneys fees with the privilege to the purchaser of paying any amount on said deferred payments at any time before to feel maturity. Said real estate to be sold subject to the rights of the tenant Chester Cray Craft and subject to the taxes Loi the year 1921, payable in 1922, the purchaser to receive the landlord s share of the crops raised on said real estate during the present year. An abstract of title Lor said real estate will be furnished the purchaser and will be continued to the Date of Sale and May be inspected at the office of the undersigned. Said real estate is appraised at 820.000.00. And no bid will be received for less than the appraised value thereof. This farm is known As the Golden Patterson farm and is a Good Prairie farm located one half mile North of Marshfield and three Anc one half Miles East of the Illinois line. Foi further information see the undersigned. Charles e. Mccabe Tommis Slosier june 2,1921-w-5. A Surprise party was Given at the Home of Harley Cole s Friday afternoon june 10, in Honor of their son Herbert Lee. It was his sixth birthday. Refreshments of ice Cream and cake were served. Those present were Florence Stitt Thelma Hurley Mildred Merle and Claudine Haptonstall Richard Haptonstall Earl and Lowell Brooks of Williamsport Howard and Urbert Hurley or. And mrs. Jerry Cole mrs. Mary Brooks or. Evan Brooks mrs. Lucinda Dun Kelberger of Williamsport mrs. Ross Stitt mrs. William Hurley and mrs. John Haptonstall. All wished Herbert Lee Many More Happy birthdays. Pleasant View items come get your share Odie theatre Williamsport Maude Pence is visiting her aunt mrs. Jerry Cole of Williamsport this week. Ina and Neuse Hurley visited sunday afternoon with Opal and Lorene Heck. Lawrence Evans left for Chicago monday morning to visit his friends for a few Days. Several of the. Girls of this neighbourhood hate Jomoad tie sewing club of West Lebanon. Abner Pence Wilmer Foster and several other boys visited Cedar Lake saturday and sunday. Ross Stitt and family Harley notice of b0�0 Saie we wish to Call attention to the and of Fay keys on Page seven of this Issue. On december 24th or. Keys will give a new Ford roadster car free to some Purceli Seii of a new Ford car or tractor. It will be Well Worth your while to see or. Keys and find out How i will be Given away. Notice is hereby Given by the undersigned treasurer of Warren county. State of Indiana that on and after the hour of 10 o clock a. M on the 24th Day of june 1921, at the office of said treasurer in the court House. In the town of Williamsport indians the undersigned As treasurer of said count will offer for Sale at not less than the princ pal sum named in said Bond with All accrue interest thereon certain Highway improve ment Bonds of the Par value of $12,980,01 bearing interest at the rate of five per Cen per annul payable Semi annually Sal Bonds bearing Date of june 6,1921, being i sued in a series of Twenty Bonds of s649. Each the first falling due on the 15th Day it May 1922, and one each six months then after said Bonds being payable at the offic of the treasurer of said county. Said Bonds have been issued pursuant 1 an order of the Board of commissioners i said county for the purpose of provides funds for the improvement of a certain Hugl Way for Pine township said county As pet cloned for by James a Haslet it al. To right is reserved to reject any and All bids. J. F. Hildenbrand to insurer Warren county Indiana. June 9.1821-w2. Notice of Bono sue try a want and and get results. Lonce of Komini nution notice la Here Raven. Out the de has been appointed by the. Clerk of Cir Only a Btu it of Warren Cobty. State of in Ana. Administrator of the estate of Euen Pierce Lafe of warred county deceased. Said Este is supposed to be solvent habby Pierce. Administrator. Dated june 9,1921. Jund 16, �21-w3 notice is hereby Given by the undersigned treasurer of Warren county state of int Ana that on and after the hour of 10 o clo it quot quot on the 11th Day of 3uly,19z1, at theofice of said treasurer in the Cou House in the town of Williamsport Inglai the undersigned As treasurer of said coun will offer for Sale at not less than the Prin pal sum named in said Bonds with All accrue interest thereon certain Highway i pro ment Bonds of the total amount of s46,280, bearing interest at the rate of six 6 per be per Anguin payable Semi annually is Bonds bearing Date of june 10,1921, there be forty Bonds of 81,157.00 each issued in Wei equal series the first two Bonds la lung d on the fifteenth Day of May 1922, and t Bonds falling due on each fifteenth Day of j vember and May thereafter until All Are i said Bonds being payable at the office of 1 treasurer of said county. Said Bonds have been issued pursuant an. Order of the Board of county cd my stoners of Warren county Indiana with 1 consent and approval of the Indiana st Board of tax commissioners under the i visions 6l chapter 222 of the Acta of 1921, proved Muico 1921, for the purpose of i of Dunk funds to my for the improvement it free gravel Road in Liberty towns lip is Ren county Indiana. As petitioned for Lewis Bend it al. The right is reserved reject any and All bids. J. F. Hilden braid. Treasurer of Warren county Indrani we. Re it Fennith bust is women Are reforming i men they re not neglecting their e Post

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