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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana The review Republican the my m for Sale pure bred Buff Orpington eggs. I. W. Brier Pine Village Indiana. 23-8t. Disappeared monday air Dale dog one year old dark Grey Brown Point. Any information leading to iii recovery will be rewarded. Notify William a. Hill West Lebanon ind. For sale�?1500 posts 7 feet Long Winter Cut 8 Miles North of Wilha sport. Also 3,000 feet of 8 foot Oak lumber at $3 per 100 feet. See me. Daniel citizen has passed away Isaac t. Slauter vice president of Williamsport st.41e Balv is Laid to rest 3�rs. Tho it is b. South salesmen wanted to solicit orders for lubricating oils greases and paints. Salary or commission. Address the Harvey Oil co. Cleveland Ohio. 2-t in st a 16 Inch Black travelling bag containing clothing Between Williamsport and Pete Smith s farm last saturday night. Finder leave or this office. Reward. Mrs. Lawrence Mckinzie. Salesmen wanted sell Oil grease paint specialities. All or part time. Commission basis i hould have car or Rig. Samples free. A rite for the profitable terms. Deliveries from our Riverside refining company Cleveland Ohio. Local manager wanted at once by the largest concern of it s kind in the world to develop and handle local business. No investment or experience required. ?2.500 o $10,000 profits first year according to population and wonderful of iture possibilities As ours is a a Staple commodity with constant unlimited demand and we undersell All Competition. Guarantee Coal mining company. 1215 a Omo bldg. Chicago. Sarah Ann Bowman daughter of Pickens and Sarah Ann Bowman was born in Hamilton county Indiana on september 23, 1s37, and departed this life May 22, 1921, aged 83 years and 8 months. She was one of a family of eleven children. She was United in marriage with Thomas b. Smith at Mie town. Indiana on March 29, 1869, and there were ten children born to this mrs. Smith joined the methodist episcopal Church Early in life and lived As a consistent Christian being a member of the Williamsport methodist episcopal Church at the time of her death. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband Thomas b. Smith and children Cotena s. Kinsell Gertrude s. Kelly and Alfred h. Smith All of Williamsport Harry j. Smith of Lafayette and Mary s. Mitzner of Chicago also nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren and three Brothers w. Nelson Bowman and James n. Bowman of Remington Indiana and Robert d. Bowman of Starks Iowa. Of All the thought of god that Are borne inward into souls afar along the psalmist s music deep now tells me if that any is. For gift or Grace surpassing this quot he liveth his beloved his Dews drop mutely on the Hill. His Cloud above it sail eth still though on its slope men sow and reap More softly than the Dew is shed or Cloud is floated overhead quot he liveth his beloved funeral services were held at the late residence on East fifth Street at 2 00 o clock tuesday afternoon Rev. John e. Mccloud officiating. Interment was made in Highland cemetery. National vacuum Washer. Isaac t. Slauter son of Isaac and Martha Smalley Slauter was born on the Elm Grove farm Warren county Indiana february 5, 1842, and departed this like at his Home in Williamsport May 21, 1921, in his Soth year. He was United in marriage with miss Margaret e. Hanes daughter of Lewis and Sarah Clifton Hanes february 20, 1868, and together they travelled life s pathway with love and Confidence for More than 5 3 years. He was soundly converted in his boyhood Days and this religious experience never left him. During a series of meetings he United with the methodist episcopal Church on his 30th birthday under the pastorate of the Rev. David Lesourd at Elm Grove being taught Christian principles from his youth he escaped Many of the Pitfalls that destroyed and his clean wholesome life was a Challenge to every doubt. He loved Young people and often said that the Young men of his acquaintances were among his Best friends. He loved his Home and his books and Ever turned to them for Comfort from the carping cares of life. He would have made a Succes i in research work had he Felt free to follow his natural castes. He quot found sermons in stones and books in running Brooks and Good in Isaac t. Slauter has been one of the leading citizens of Williamsport for Many years. In 1888, together with his wife they transferred their Church membership from the Elm to beekeepers meeting on thurs Grove Church to the methodist Lay May 19th was Well attended by Church in Williamsport and he was interested members from All Over a trustee of the same unti 1 his Jug county. I at the election of officers or. He kept in touch with the current i George r Bell of Hedrick was events because he was a great read i Gigg a president and w. C. Cole of or of the Best papers magazines and j Williamsport. Was elected Secretary books. He had a Good mind for j treasurer. The new officers of the business and kept an interest in his j association Are hard at work to farms and the Williamsport state a a be the Warren county Assoc a Bank. Of which he had been vice j a a members to the very president for the last fifteen years. I egg advantage and to make Bee he had a remarkable desire to be a keeping More interesting and profit Tive and every Day Winter and Suni mer went Down town. This Custon a r q Yost of the state in of his was carried out until the ver. department gave a very morning of his transition. Interesting talk in which he review Isaac Slauter the upright Hirv briefly the Progress made souled born gentleman will be miss beekeeping in recent years. Heed in these Days of tumult and i to ted that a Large amount of this anxiety. I i chess had been due to the organi he is survived by his wife Orelj tion of beekeepers in the state sister. Mrs. Cynthia Copeland of Garly All of the present Williamsport. One brother James b. I a big a a get the Bee keepers Asso Slauter. Of Springdale Arkansas fiction and everyone showed a Dis also Many other relatives and a Host position to Furt Iier the interests in of friends. I Warren county association. Hollow Dasher Shaft to permit air to be taken in at top. All Wood coming in Contact with water is Best Grade Lou Isian 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. child can run it. Bolt from leg to leg under body of machine holding legs secure also prevents Bottom of tub from sagging. Fly wheel bolted to Frame. Lid can be raised without disturbing same. A cover is screw. Locked with thumb -411 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 hag 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 clothes. Liy Yon Slio ild use a Ai Onail Vaco inn Aslauer it washes much quicker does it much cleaner and with a great Deal less work to the because operator. Wily does ii Wash quicker because the rapid action of the Dasher driving the hot water and suds 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 water. E. L. Hottenstein Wiki Asport ind. Warken county Bee keepers swarm Good eyesight the Money and time devoted to having your eyes regularly and your of passes kept in adjustment will pay Liberal dividends a better eyesight greater efficiency greater earning Power and Freedom from the ills and that make life miserable when you need glasses or when you need a change of lenses. Have us examine your eyes regularly Omar c. Deselms optometrist Attica Indiana. The disease and a Lack of a ppr Cia Jit is again used for bees. Colonies alive in a Short time. Tion of the seriousness of the disease. Whenever a Colony of bees Dies when the disease is detected in a or. C. O. Yost is making a 1 Nientsu to have a state Man come to i veg Colony of bees All bees should quot quo the county Early in june to visit be transferred to a new clean hive a. A from any cause the hive should be having full sheets of foundation and closed up immediately so that no visiting bees can enter the hive and if after investigation the disease is found to be Presena the hive should be removed from the Yard All old comb Cut from the frames and burned or buried. The frames should then be boiled in Strong Lye water for 10 minutes and the hive body scorched with a blow Torch before the old hive treated in the same Way As if the Colony had died. It will be Only by strict attention of every Bee keeper in following the rules for stamping out the disease and preventing spread that the Community can be kept free from this disease and if the disease quot is not stamped out it will be impossible for anyone to be Able to keep any sired along the line of Bee keeping. Chichester s pills the Diamond band. A i Jaleal j Cal cues tar 9 a Lampad bread Puu in tied and a old metallic Boies sealed with Blua re boo Diamond Brand pills for m Arcara known Best safest always re Labia Solo by druggists Ever Winevie the finest re for Small cars the funeral services were held in the methodist Church on monday at 2 o clock May 2.3, 1921, by the pastor John e. Mccloud and interment took place the Highland cemetery. A old resident of Medina township passes away m american phonograph real musical wonder tone Playa ail Dis records by Antifoe Cabinet greatest value yet offered be sure to see and hear it gym Marvel that the music can be a of produced to perfectly easy payments--$1 per week a oily the phonograph while paying for in we have a arte Stock of record a popular and classic Tuic latest hits Call or write for Booklet and particular to Omar c. Deselms attic a ind. Sarah Stephenson of Green Hill. Ind., died at her Home on monday evening May 23, after a five Days illness. She was born in England on March 1st, 1s26, came to America in 1s3 8 and was married to Nelson Stephenson on february 23, is 4 5. To which Union was born three children one boy and two girls. The Only surviving member of the family being or. Joseph Foj Anklin with whom the Mother made her Home for More than forty years. She is survived by three grandchildren seventeen great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren. She was a member of the United Brethren Church at Green Hill and her quiet and kind disposition made her loved and respected by All who knew her. Funeral services held from the u. B. Church on wednesday at 2 30. With Rev. D. P. Mccoy and Rev. Harley Franklin officiating. Burial in the Davis cemetery. Notice it is the intention of the g. A. R. And american legion posts of this City to decorate each Soldier s grave on memorial Day. We would like for everyone wishing to donate Flowers for this purpose to kindly notify either of the following persons who will Call for the Flowers in the morning of memorial Day. Ladies of the g. A. R. Mrs Thomas Powell or. Mrs. James Pope. Mrs. L. F. Gregory. American legion a. R. Mckinney. After the meeting was adjourned an inspection tour was made and All of the bees in this part of the county were inspected. Or. Yost gave everal demonstrations in transferring bees from old hives to new ones. The easy and harmless method of handling the bees attracted a great Deal of attention. The fees were so congenial that they not Only refused to sting but permitted a eing scooped up by the handfuls liar handed. One feature of the inspection tour was the detection of a great Deal of disease among the local bees namely the american foul Brood. This disease s present in the Young bees when they Are in the larva stage or before the Young bees Are hatched. The Small larva or grub Are attacked by the disease quot quot before they emerge from the. Cell in the Brood comb. When infected with this bacterial disease the Young Bee Dies and decays in the cell. The Queen Bee will not Lay eggs in any cells that contain dead bees consequently when the disease has developed sufficiently in a Colony that All of the Brood comb cells Are filled with dead bees the rearing of bees in the Colony becomes impossible and in a Short time the old bees die from old age which in some seasons of the year is Only 42 Days and the Colony is extinct. After All the bees in the hive Are dead neighbouring bees come to the hive and carry out the infected Honey left in the hive and in this Way infect other hives in the neighbourhood. The spread of the disease progresses very rapidly when no precautions Are taken. Of the 15 beekeepers visited in thi part of the county the disease was found present in 14 of the 15 places. The disease having spread to practically every Colony in the i Community. This larger spread of j the disease has been due to a Lack of understanding of the nature of at the 20fo Price reduction Goodrich 30x3i anti skid safety tread fabric tire now available at the 20% Price red Aion which went into offed May 2nd Here is a30x3i tire with Snappy Black tread and creamy White sides clean trim splendidly finished generously Large and Fuu in size with the Goodrich anti skid safety tread. This tire will give you much longer mileage the greatest of durability the utmost Riding Comfort and the fullest Satis fad Ion. Like All other Goodrich tires the 30x3 2" is made Only in one Quality. It is so thoroughly and unusually Good that its makers frankly declare it the Best tire Ever made for Small cars. The rubber company Oak Ron Ohio dealers everywhere Are Selling Goodrich Silver town cords Goodrich fabric tires and Goodrich red or Gray tubes All one Quality at the 20% reduction in prices which Goodrich made Ese five May 2nd, 1921. I st

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