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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana The a View Rote Ember 8, 1917books a big new Lisic of Good books children s Linen and paper books.5 to 50 cents boys and girls books25, 30, 35 and 60 cents new books from 60 cents to $i.50 each bibles50 cents to $5.00 to $i,00 memorandum books.5 to 35 cents account 5 cents to $1.75 scale books Large size35 cents log books .25 cents dictionaries25 cents to $1.25 tablets All kinds5 and to cents envelopes packages of 255 and to cents waxed paper5 cents per Roll of 24 sheets shelf paper All colors.5 cents crepe paper All cents paper napkins .5 cents per dozen White paper napkins20 cents per too playing cards25, 35 and 40 cents per pack score Patsio quot its tally cent Picc cards cent program pencils.j5 cents a dozen Williamsport Indiana answers the nation s Call Herbert Hoover having designated the International live Stock exposition a quot food training Camp quot by this act drafted this institution into the service of trips country. I quot More meat is the Appeal of the food administrator. To a in the War beef and pork especially the latter will be necessary. There is a shortage of meat and fats. For years this deficiency has been developing. During that period the International live Stock exposition has acted As a conserving Agency educating the country along lines of economical production otherwise Supply conditions in this emergency would have been even less favourable. This season a great drive for immediate increase in production will be made. The moment is opportune and conditions Ripe. Furnished by John held abstracted of titles. Thomas r. Ransom and wife to Wilmer h. Ransom and wife 40 acres in Prairie township warranty deed dated oct. 29th. 1917�?$1.00. N. S. Pearson to John Rater 10�? 100 of an acre in Warren township warranty deed dated nov. 1st. 1917 �?$15.00. Winthrop elevator company to r John t. Nixon elevator property consumption of meats Winthrop Warran has reached a stage several laps a red dat6d nov. 5th. 1917-$2000. Ahead of production and the International livestock exposition teaches the Way out. Adore cattle hogs and sheep of better Quality and earlier maturity insuring maximum weight and minimum expense the solution of the problem. The International live Stock exposition which will be held during pay a prepared the first week in december will this a bottle of the or. Powell Tinc year emphasize its Mission. ? it is the Best Medicine in the problem of the moment is More a id to use in cases of Colic flux. Property for Sale seven room House Good barn i lots of fruit cellar Cistern and Well. Good location in Williamsport. 1 terms to suit purchaser. C. Edward Holston. Tab Hare Smith and family spent sunday at Williamsport. Gus and his quot Jitney quot put in their appearance s me time sunday. A couple of Auto loads went Down to Camp Taylor last Friday week. After so Long a time the correspondent from tab has come to life. Frank Wilbur and wife. Milt Clark and wife were shopping in Lafayette monday. The ladies Aid gave an Oyster supper in the basement of the Church saturday evening nov. 3. Chas. Wyatt and Harley Raley took in the Odd Fellows doings at Williamsport sunday week. We Are having some weather these Days. It is just what we need rain to make the fall blowing Good. Fred Wallrath and wife were Indianapolis visitors last week returning Home saturday. The former s Mother and sister returned with them to spend a few Days. De Horn and family Ike Myers and family Fred Wallrath and family mrs. Wyatt and son Edgar Edith Brooks and Alta Towles took in the Home coming at West Lebanon sunday afternoon. Clair Larch had business in Lafayette saturday. Clair Larch visited in Rossville sunday evening. Joe Weaver had business Here monday morning. Brother Lough from Pence was one of the visitors at Church sunday night. John Willett Vera Dysert and it Iora Hall visited at the Home of Aaron Larch sunday. Several from Here attended the Home coming at the methodist Church at Pence sunday. One of the most enjoyable times yet came tuesday evening when vie Dames Aaron Larch and Chas. Wyatt entertained the sunday school classes which ranged from 2 to 16 years of age at a halloween party at spooky Corner. The House was in darkness when the youngsters arrived who were prepared to be caught by any ghost or spook. One main ghost that excited them was in or. Larch s clothes. Though very Small it seemed to be the funniest. All kinds of games and contests were played and at a late hour pumpkin pie Ginger snaps and apples were served. All voted their teachers the Best entertainers yet and were sanctioned by mrs. De Horn mrs. Walrath and her sister in Law from Indianapolis. About 60 children were present. Two weeks visit with relatives in Marshfield. Rev. Sollars and wife filled their appointment Here sunday evening with a Large attendance. The big revival meeting will began at this place on sunday dec. 2nd. Everybody Welcome. Con Jones and family accompanied by Bob. Jones spent sunday after noon with Lew Jones and family. Mrs. Clair Byers and son of Marsh Field was the guest of her parents David Hiatt and wife saturday sunday and monday. Miss Vivian Strickler of Stanton Virginia returned to her Home last thursday. She was accompanied by her aunt mrs. Jack Wade who will spend two weeks visiting with relatives. Food and in no other Way can the dysentery diarrhoea and summer lesson be More convincingly taught. Complaint. Good for old and Young alike. Try a your Sale Bills to to amp is office. Bring your Job printing to us. Will do it promptly. Were of in e 30 we have a Fine line of shoes for men women and children that we would like to have you inspect before buying Joe n. Bigg Williamsport or ini Irir West Lebanon John Zufall sr., is very ill at his Home Here. Charles Mccord of Danville had Biness Here monday. Ira Cadwallader and wife were Danville callers sunday. C. A. Davis and family were the sunday guests of his parents at Marshall ind. Fred haunt and wife mrs. James Hall and mrs. Daniel Martin motored to Danville tuesday and spent the Day with Walter Warner and family. D. A. Hobart one of our leading grocers offers to give 10 per cent of All his Cash proceeds to the red Cross which he will take in on the 17th of this month. Every one try to patronize him on this Day Anc help to Benefit the red Cross association. The following persons from Here attended the aviation meet at Danville sunday Chas. Amos and wife Hans Stally and wife James Shields and wife Alvan salts and wife Clarence Debord and family Pace Reece and wife mrs. Harve Kiser Harold Kiser Harry Zufall Mont Doty Ben Wallace Andrew Sexton and Clarence Swisher. The Large Frame residence of ear Reynolds on East third Street was discovered on fire by mrs. Reynolds monday afternoon. She had been burning leaves in the Back Yard and thinking the fire was out had gone to one of the neighbors and upon retuning Home found the whole Back part of the House in flames. The fire department was soon at the scene and with the Good water works system we now have the Blaze was soon under control. The furniture was slightly damaged but the entire loss is covered by insurance. Methodist Church Sabbath school at 9 30. We Are looking for you. Wanted 50 men and women in the adult Bible class. Will you be one preaching at 10 30. The subject is quot the new Epworth league at 6 p. M. Sub act quot taking men alive quot. Leader Gladys Collier. Preaching at 7 p. M. Subject Stop being a Mere renter Ner be an of there Are Many renters who Are making enough this year to buy a Small farm by paying a few Hundred dollars Down with Long time to pay the balance. Write us if you want a farm. Mccabe amp sons Wilha sport ind. Don t plead guilty. The red Cross Christmas Seal the two great mistakes of Campaign which so largely sup prayer meeting wednesday even ports the growing anti tuberculosis ing at 7 p. M. Movement proposes annually to i have planned to Exchange Revi-1 give All persons in the United states Val meeting work with Rev. Ear a Chance to plead quot not guilty quot to Heimburger of Reynolds. Rev. The charge made by lord Shaugh Heimburger is a Good Leader of sing Nessy against Canadian people ing. We shall hold meetings at his i lord Shaughnessy who is presi Church next week and the following i Dent of the Canadian Pacific rail and Here sometime later. I will be Way company and an organizer of Home for each sunday. British Victory stated that As Many John e. Mccloud pastor canadians have been killed at homely tuberculosis a preventable Dis danger from burning since the War began As have this is the time of falling leaves to Stop the a and bonfires. Ravages of tuberculosis they would beware of the Bonfire it is a i quot a he ravages menace to the lives of children and to All property. Lord Shaughnessy said quot if we wind and Sparks run a riotous let this Home enemy keep killing race in mid air. With their carnival our people As fast As germans kill comes the soft stepping undertaker i them at the front then the less we and the Clang of the fire Gong. Talk of intelligence the rotted leaves make Fine fertilizer. The Leaf Mold will pay a thousandfold in increased Fertility for All labor expended. Conserve the leaves by burying not burning. Bonfires on City pavements cause ruin which Means dollars from the tax payers pocket. Remember always carelessness which starts a fire in wartime is treason. Unicie Sims Nisi on head. 1 to id you so Don t get you i Ullin quot said Uncle ebon. Quot de Man dat knew de storm was comin needs an umbrella same As anybody Honey Branch Bryan Cline assisted Fred Bush in moving last week. Bessie Jones spent last sunday with Maud Brown. Frank Trickey and wife were Williamsport visitors Friday. Miss Chloe Creamer returned Home last week after visiting relatives in Iowa. Miss Opal Hillyer attended the state teachers Institute in Indianapolis last week. We. Brown and family were guests of Chas. Johnson and wife of Jud Yville sunday. Mesdames we. Balser and Jasper Gaskill called on mrs. Andy Myres Friday afternoon. We. Gra Rhes and daughters Grace and Beulah were Williamsport visitors saturday afternoon. The revival meeting closed at Hickman Heights last thursday evening with three new additions to the Church. Ray Roberts and family of near Boswell and mrs. Eva Vantress of near Pine Village were guests of John Brown sunday. Carbondale Jennie Daulton spent tuesday night with Tula Bartlett. I miss and Well is the guest of miss a Mccormick for a few Days. Ruby Foster visited saturday night and sunday with Mabel fix. Miss Nell Ransom was a guest of friends in Boswell Friday and saturday. Mona Irving returned Home after Pence Milt Clark and family were in Danville monday. F. R. Pence was in Williamsport and Danville monday. Cecil Scott and wife Are visiting relatives at Foresman ind. George Keister and wife were shopping in Danville Friday. Our streets Are being greatly improved by a coat of crushed Stone. Clayton Mclaughlin and family were shopping in Danville saturday. Fred Greenburg and wife spent sunday with f. R. Pence and family. Tom Downey and family dinner sunday with Otis Downey and family. Griff Johnson and family of car Bondale spent monday with Thos. Gillespie and family. William Ruark and wife of Kramer spent sunday Here guests of his son Walter and family. William b. Idle and family spent saturday night and sunday guests of Harve Smith and family near tab. In the hog joke in the paper last week some of the hogs got the name of quot Chub quot Pence substituted for Zara Pence. Wesley Ford and son Elmo came up from Washington county Friday. Wesley came on business and Elmo came to see i mean just for company for his father. Miss Laura Gillespie is working As Domestic for mrs. George Whipp school was closed Here last thursday and Friday on account of teachers Institute at Indianapolis. For splendid 100 acre farm one mile and a half from the elevator with full equipment of buildings and new fences suitable for a Home or an investment. Only $100 per acre. You can t beat it. Mccabe amp sons Williamsport ind. For Sale pure bred Buff of Ping ton cockerel. L. D. Etnire Williamsport. 3-tf a a i it a Geo. A. Bender veterinary surgeon Calls answered promptly Day and night. Phone 2-on-83 quot Williamsport Berkshire hogs Best of Breeding registered and immune from cholera. Now offering some Choice Spring pigs at reasonable prices. Come and see them or write for description. H. H. Madaus Williamsport ind. Rojs 3 lower s restaurant soft drinks All kinds cigars tobacco Auto repair shop wanted dead animals if you have any dead horses or cattle that you want taken care of free of charge let us know. Phone at our expense i and 2 Ambia or i and 1 on 27, f. Amp m. Exchange Boswell. Read the review Republican. I have leased the or. Pugh room on North Monroe Street and am now prepared to do All kinds of Auto repair work promptly and to your satisfaction. I have secured the services of John Dunbar who will have charge of this work. Every Job strictly guaranteed. Call and see us. Supplies of All kinds Agency for Dodge motor cars l. A. Hess Williamsport Indiana a l

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