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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 16, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana _ the review Republican american ships flying die Stan and stripes will carry you and your 0ood� anywhere two and Throe generations ago the Staci and Stripo were All Over the world. Then they Ahn oct Sanidi from the seven teas. But today they we Back again. Big a did a a a Waw Ameri can owned and opened it trim Paa Sengen and goods Are crowd ing it it air Way into All foreign harbours with the Star and stripes proudly fluttering front their mitts. American exp octets import Eta travel Erst All Caa help by shipping and sailing under to stars and stripes. Operators of passenger service _ 17 Sam Stretc new York h v. Matron Navis a Ioa company 26 so. Gay Street Barimore my. New Tork and Porto Rico s. S. Co., 11 Broa it Iway new York. N. Y. Pacific mail s. S. Co., 45 Broadway new York n. Y. U. A. Mail s. S. Q., a Bro Iway new a n. It Ward line of jew York arid Cuba Maii s. S. Co foot of Wall Stowt. New York n. Y. Free use of shiping Board films use of shipping Board a Ocion picture Mma four Recis free an request of any mayor pastor postmas a or organization. A Gileot Duea Kinal picture of ship and the Aea. Write for into aii action to h. Laue director information bums 1j19 Street n. Washington d. C. Ships for Salb a Amer in Elim tit a a a steel Stea Amra. Both Oil awl Ami Baraer. Alto Wood tee Mere Wood Balle and Oeena to into to a. Pm time Aiena Aoel obtain and by Reia eat for sailings of i a and freight skips to All parts of the world Andall other information write any of the above lines oru Safi Ping Board phonograph real musical wonder tone plays All disc record Bea Tifal Cabinet greatest value yet offered be sure to see and hear it Hoa w9 Marvel that the music can be be produced to perfectly East paym�nts-$1 per week enjoy the phonograph while paying for it we have Lartie Stock of records popular and classic muu latest hits Call or write for Booklet and parti colors Omar c. Deselms Attica ind. Come Assi Oneriv ammo dances june term 1921 m. M. Mccoskey Sala a ?207.88 u. S. Motor truck co. Truck 1,591.72 James Robb 113.75 Carmichael gravel co. Or 669.14 Kickapoo gravel co., or 143.00 Grant Rice gravel a 4.00 George Watkins labor a 26.00 j. D. Adams co., supplies 12.52 q. O Neal supplies 31.20 j. Sellers labor 10.00 Millard Beckett 124.5.0 Albert Johnson labor 144.75 de. A. Davis labor 629.25 j. L. K Nowles labor 620.77 Frank Kiser labor 289.56 Jesse Neal labor 250.45 Charles Millburg Labory 172.75 Andrew Swain labor la 233.35 Charles Renville labor a 418.85 j. N. Boswell labor 420.20 we. G. Mcclure labor 333.62 s. N. Hinton labor 329.25 e. A. Liebhardt labor 277.30 we. Talbert labor 324.90 Harry Mcelhoe labor 177.25 Ralph Hunter labor 60.20 a. G. Broadie supplies 13.50 c. A. Davies Oil and Gas 121.32 Broadie amp Anderson ship a 48.10 Colburn Goodwine Labory 42.00 Haywood pub. Co sup 89.50 j. H. Stephenson sup 14.50 Lafayette typewriter sup 30.50 Lafayette typewriter 7.50 Haywood pub. Co., sup 19.40 w. H. Stephens postage 5.80 j. P. Hildenbrand salary 166.67 a v. Hildenbrand postage 5.00 o. L. Stewart per diem 2.00 0. L. Stewart boarding prisoners 19.40 j. H. Stephenson notice 1.60 j. H. Stephenson sup 2.25 Harry Evans salary 200.00 Harry Evans office expense 33.25 Haywood pub. Co., sup 27.25 James Metsker salary 79.17 j. H. Stephenson sup 3.00 James Metsker office sex 15.00 Eldo Michael 59.50 s. G. Delancey b. Of a 15.00 Henry Anno salary 52.00 Henry Anno postage 2.00 Roy Odle assessing 272.00 James Haslet assessing 272.00 j. T. Rodgers assessing 272.00 Earl Cronkhite assessing Steuben to 272.00 Dan Martin assessing Pike township 272.00 c. B. Mcadams assessing Warren township 272.00 w. C. Taylor assessing Medina township 272.00 Byron Vanreed assessing Liberty township 272.00 Levi Ogborn assessing Adams township a 260.00 Thomas Gillespie assessing Jordan township 272.00 Roy Borders assessing Prairie township a 272.00 w. W. Siddens assessing Kent township 272.00go to John c. Stephens for abstracts of title prices same As before the a a. Good eyesight the Numey id time devoted to having a Cir eyes examined regularly and your glasses kept in adjustment will pay Liberal dividends in better eyesight greater efficiency a greater earning Power and Freedom from the ills and disc it Imbior Liat make Fife mi86lal>& you iii Lanei or when Yoa need a of lenses. A Bike Yoor qty be Guttly quot Ynar is Des Mii 0#�biefri Attick Nix sol wonders of America Western newspaper Union. Quot the electric ship quot the new Mexico was the first battleship constructed in a the United states to be propelled by Electol cloy. This dip is 624 feet Long weighs 32,000 t<w8 and from the water line to the top of the Mast is As High As a ten Story building. To drive it 21 knots an hour requires 28,000 horse Power. Her Oil by Ming engines Are fed from tanks which carry approximately 1,000,000 Gallons of Oil. It s nine boilers produce 86,000 horse Power of steam Energy. This steam turns two turbines which develop 32,000 horse Power. These turbines Are marvelous savers of fuel and space. Bach Turbine is connected to an electric Generator. Each Generator produces 16,000 horse Power of electrical Energy. Huge cables carry this current to the control Board from which the Engineer operates the ship. From this Point this Power is sent to four giant motors of 7,000 horse Power each one of which is attached to each propeller Shaft. Quot let electricity do it quot is the motto on the new Mexico. Electricity revolves the gun turrets moves loads the guns raises the Anchor moves the rudder and pushes the ship Lowers the boats pumps the water runs the machine and shops heats and lights the boat operates the Interior communicating fire Protection refrigerating ventilating and Telephone systems and wireless instruments peels potatoes washes dishes mixes the bread dough washes and Irons the clothes in the laundry Beer Loizes the instruments in the Hospital and does numerous other unlocked for stunts. In every sense of the word the new Mexico is an electric ship. Good Coal two Miles from Wililie Lamport talk. Self is the easiest topic of Conversa tin there is. And usually it i.? the dullest. S. E. Shaw repairs______________5.15 we. Mcferren janitor 90.00 Broadie amp Anderson sup 50.33 b. J. Winger supplies--------3.50 Mace Parks night watch____10.00 w. H. Stephens freight------1.50 j. M. Humpreys supplies____27.00 s. E. Shaw supplies____________5.55 b. J. Winger supplies______19.34 w. J. Forrester 72.00 Lewis Bush repairs____________8.00 Walter Skinner repairs______3.00 Elwood Simmerman repairs 15.00 Harry Wagner repairs________10.50 Emil Nehrig repairs____________3.50 s. E. Shaw repairs____________34.50 we. Waterman repairs------56.85 Martha Mccarty matron____30.00 w. F. Mccarty labor__________60.00 Homer Mccarty supt__________225.00 b. J. Winger supplies________20.02 f. A. Dunklebarger sup______17.50 John Waltz supplies__________9.00 Broadie amp Anderson sup____39.18 . Carter supplies_______53.00 George Cockrel supplies 15.50 Standard Oil co., sup�?____6.88 Joe n. Biggs supplies________11.25 o. L. Stewart insane__________20.00 j. H. Stephenson printing 28.60 b. O. Hudler printing________28.20 w. R. Benedict re. Viewer. 9.30 we. Prebble re. Viewer____9.30 o. L. Stewart serving Road viewer------------------------5.50 George o. Crawford Road viewer�?---------------------9.30 John held insurance__________8.40 f. B. Ogborn insurance------9.25 j. H. Stephenson sup. 20.75 Fred Harper erroneous tax 63.79 w. H. Stephens assigned Bounty claims i f. E. Brier Lewis Reynolds re pairs a Abe Myers inspector j. R. Gregory Engineer Owen Crawford livery Demotte amp Carter est 2,720.60 j. R. Gregory Engineer------3325 c. A. Hudson inspeting------22.50 we. E. Vanhorn estimate 1,097.00 w. O. Thomason estimate 2,000.00 j. R. Gregory Engineer 111.75 Owen Crawford livery a 3.50 h. K. Beckett labor�______46.00 h. B. Campbell who lives on his Elm Grove farm in Warren county Only two and a half Miles from Williamsport has opened a Coal mine on his place that gives great Promise for a Good output of Coal. Or. Campbell has named his Possession the quot owls glory Coal the vein is 3 % feet thick and gives Promise of a greater thickness As the work of mining progresses. The Coal produced is of a Fine Quality burning free of clinker and producing a White Ash. Or Campbell says he is experiencing no trouble in securing miners to work the mine and is at present working four men under the supervision of Carl Pennick. If this mine develops into a real producer it will prove a Good thing for Williamsport As the mine is easy of Access by wagons and the Coal can be hauled Here and sold to the consumer considerably under the Market Price. Some of this Coal has already been burned by our people and they pronounce it first class far Superior to other Indiana Coal and equal to some of the High priced out of state Coal that is being used tires now Selling at the lowest Price level in tire history 30x3 32x4- $24.50- 46.30- 54.90 and other sizes in proportion tire repair men who judge values Best class these tires As having the sturdiest carcass made. Forty seven High Grade car manufacturers use them As Standard equipment they Are the Quality Choice of Cord users. Mem my or ? y m ill tip i t i. This new Low Price is made possible by strictest economies and specialized production. Plant no. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3h-Inch non skid fabric tires. With a daily capacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes this Plant permits refined production on a Quantity basis. All materials used Are the Best obtainable. The Quality is uniform. It is the Best fabric tire Ever offered to the car owner at any Price. Whim sport Auto station e. L Hortenstein English cattle importation. The importation of horned cattle from Ireland and Scotland to England was prohibited by Law in 1663, but later the Law was repealed and the importations were very Large but not until 1842 did England receive importations of cattle from foreign countries and until 1846 levied a considerable tax on each animal imported. Woodchuck hard to capture. Many woodchucks Are caught in steel traps but a the animal often escapes by gnawing of its own leg As near the jaws of the trap As possible says the american forestry Magazine. Sometimes a woodchuck will pull the trap Down a Burrow As far he can do so and Seal himself in it then becomes quite a task to unearth him and poll him out for he hangs on Llor an armadillo. Secret of Happy life. The secret of the Happy life is found in the direction of our eyes and the order of our thoughts. Which do we look for first complaint or Praise which goes first into our scale for estimation trial or mercy Are we looking part Way up to compare ourselves with More men or far beyond Success to the Center of our life and Joy a Exchange. 22.75 2.95 50.00 12.00 54.00 2.25 try a want and and get re Salta. A a a i a a try a want and and get re Salta. Vind storm did damage to Attica the heavy rain which visited this Section last monday afternoon was accompanied by a heavy wind at Attica which did much damage to buildings and Trees. A part of the roof of the Thornton garage was blown into the Street and roofs of several other buildings were damaged More or less. Trees were uprooted in several parts of the town. In this City the wind did no Deniage As the heaviest of the Gale passed East of this place. Mickie says ome it Watn of wows wet Xiaoe is to quit rum wig Nert of it Start luus Foik Jonm Roytbu so tues to Rufee. Poor my a quit in Loci working like Bej hers. Quot beavers do no work for a period of three months or More each summer quot according to an Exchange. And College professors it is said quot work like Sun. Valuable undoubtedly the ass was domesticated Long before the horse. The latter probably was native to a humid country but the ass Lias a Small hard Hoof adapted to the dry desert. It can get a subsistence from nothing More sustaining than creosote Brush. It can eat any thur Itiat a Man can eat. The domesticated asses of our own West which Are called quot Burros quot will browse on Bacon rinds and other remnants of Camp provender. Five chinese Virtues. There Are five buttons on the Cli Nainan s coat to remind him of the five Virtues recommended by confucius humility Justice order prudence rectitude. Canada s animal three animal Parks in the Csc a Nadlman West but Scalo Park Elk is it land and Foremost Reserve in Southern albertan have a combined area of 184 Square Miles or 117,700 acres. They have fenced enclosures and they contain about 5,200 Buffalo 100 Ante lop and a Large number of Moosa Elk Deer Yak and cattle. Original protestants. The name protestant was first applied to the adherents of outlier from their against the decree passed by the Catholic states at the second diet of Speyer in 1529. Protestantism spread rapidly Over some of the German states , Denmark Switzerland England and Scotland at about the same time. What Man learns. Another thing the thoughtful Man learns after a while As he blunders along through Liis old Vale of tears and laughter trying to do the Best he can under All the circumstances is to distinguish rather carefully Between the reformers who mean it and the who Are doing it to make their jobs state journal. Hollow Dasher Shaft to permit air to be taken in at top. All Wood coming in Contact with water is Best Grade Lou Isle a red Cypress. Note wringer Board which is made of Hardwood which makes it very Strong and wringer Clamp will not Chew holes in same. Note shape of tub. It is round making a Large capacity and no lodging of clothes in Corners. Body of this Washer is made of rust resisting durable Metal sheets. Cannot shrink or Warp. Never have a Leaky tub will last a life time. Note location of lever. You stand in a perfectly natural position while operating the machine. Any child can run it. Bolt from leg to leg under body of machine holding legs Secore also prevents Bottom of tub from sagging. Fly wheel bolted to Frame. Lid can be raised without disturbing same. Cover is locked with thumb screw. Ali gears Are Cut on automatic gear machines which makes them absolutely perfect and noiseless. The legs Are made of Hardwood and of ample size so they will withstand abuse. The Dasher with four spouts this is the part of this machine that does the work. This Dasher has a value at lower end of Dasher Shaft which permits of taking in air at upward stroke then valve closes on downward stroke forcing the suds and hot water through the clothes. No pegs to bore holes in the you Shoi ild use a National vac imn Wasli Eif it washes much quicker does it much cleaner and with a great Deal less work to the because does it Wasli quicker because the rapid action of the Dasher driving the hot water and through. The soiled clothes forces the dirt out the agitation of the hot water makes the dirt respond immediately. Two to six minutes will remove the dirt from any fabric that can be cleaned with soap and e. L. Hottenstein Williamsport ind

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