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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana
The review Republic ait to Zembek 15. 1917stopbeing a Mere renter be an owner i there Are Many renters who Are making enough this j ear 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 Wilma sport ind. 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 2 and 2 Ambia or i and 1 on 27, f. Amp m. Exchange Boswell. Bos supper a Box supper will be held at the Broadie school on Friday night nov. 16th. Come and have one big time. Berneice Hunter s stylish suit sat big savings quot women s suits in latest approved styles typical of the Best thought of leading suit designers in fabrics of the wanted kind Broadcloth Serge velour Burella Cheviot velvet Gaberdine Silvertone and Novelty mixtures in Plain tailored and fancy models some charmingly trimmed with fur others with braid skirts Plain tailored with pockets and Belt. Women s suits up to $25.00 handsome suits to s42.50$29.75 women s suits to $50.00$39.75 .75 stylish suits up to s35.00 $26.75women s warm and cozy coat sin attractive new models Why not have an attractive Model in your new Winter coat. One that will also be warm and cozy. No trouble whatever to choose a becoming style from our Large assortment. Represented Are the fashionable materials and stylish colors some Are priced As Low as�12.50 Straus and Louis $ Danville Illinois news j several Days ago while at play and who was taken to the st. Elizabeth Hospital at Danville was returned to his Home Here sunday noon and is getting along nicely. Ments to have their first show next thursday night. These pictures Are of an educational nature and were enjoyed All last Winter by a Large crowd. They Are Given once a week. Come and enjoy a pleasant i with Marshfield n. W. Slater was a Danville caller Friday. Mrs. 0. W. Haynes is visiting relatives at Rantoul 111. Alan Galyean of West. Lebanon was a caller Here Friday. Miss Emma Kellar of Rockville ind., is Here visiting will Kellar and family. Charles Fearington of Montrose 111., was a caller Here last week. Miss Lucille Vanpelt spent sunday with miss Lily Greenwood. George Lyons and wife of Tilton 111., were visitors Here the latter part of the week. Trustee e. A. Wurtsbaugh and family Elwood Williams and wife metered to Terre haute sunday. Bert Wysong and wife of coving i ton visited Friday with the former s 1 Mother mrs. Margaret Wysong. Alvin Roderick and family motored to Attica sunday and spent the Day with Jess Vanleer and family. Frank Dailey and family Frank Barnes and family All of near Arm i Strong. Iii., were visitors Here sunday. Charles Alburn and family Herman Alburn and family spent sunday afternoon with relatives at Wilma sport. Mrs. Harriet Rutter of Pine Village and i. N. Statzell and wife of Wilma sport visited sunday afternoon with mrs. Aria Berkshire. Lee Whitehaus and wife and mrs. Charles Talbert and son Charles jr., All of Attica visited Friday afternoon with will Talbert and wife. Mrs. Emmsie Holycross received a card wednesday from her son Geo. Telling of his Safe arrival in France. He is one of the Battery a. Boys from Danville. Harold the five year old son of Chas. Nolan who had his leg broken Liam Clark visited sunday Billy Hooker and wife. Ralph Cooper and wife were in Indianapolis monday. Luther Perigo of Otterbein visit evening of music and pictures. Thi \ Boswell. School owns its own Victrola and i Lewis Freeman and wife spent movie machine. It s All free. Sunday with mrs. Lettie Orange of i a Boswell. Mrs. Jake Schussler of Lafayette is visiting her sister mrs. Bill Harris of this place. Jap Akers and family of West a a u visited sunday at the Home of r. And Roy spent sunday with Mac relatives Here. Labounty. Mrs. Harmon Hooker entertained i Friday evening for supper bro. He spent i ber and bro. Monera. West Lebanon. Miss Nellie Ogle was an Attica caller saturday. Mrs. George Foster and son were Attica callers saturday. Max hosts of Danville iii., spent sunday with friends Here. Mrs. William Young and sons b. Simpkins and family near Danville Illinois. Frank Cronkhite and daughter. Honey Branch j Abe Myers was an Attica visitor saturday. Stephen Cline of Iowa is visiting Doris Landon spent sunday with a a Marie Trickey. We. Gaskill and family miss Lora have moved in the House sunday near Winthrop. Rren i have purchased the pleasant garage together with the building that it occupies a and expect to conduct a first class i have also purchased two Modernly equipped closed cars and will employ Only competent and careful Drivers storage at moderate prices. Room heated by. Mammoth Heaters supplies of All kinds. Repair work guaranteed with his sister mrs. M. S. Good wine for the Winter. William Wurtsbaugh wife and son of South Raub motored Here sunday and Are spending a few Days with his Mother and other relatives. Frank Judy who is stationed at fort Benjamin Harrison was Here sunday on a 30-hour furlough. He is Well and enjoying army life Fine. Ernest Lape accompanied him Back As far As Lafayette. Mrs. John Crone returned Home saturday from a pleasant visit with Ler son. Lieutenant John b. Crone and wife in Pennsylvania. She was accompanied Home by her daughter in Law mrs. Crone who win visit Lier parents Ike Hall and wife. Or. Crone has been transferred to South Arolina and left Friday for his new Village mrs. Susan Odle is visiting mrs. Nettie Kiger of Goodland. Charles Cobb who is on the sick list is Able to be out again. Gus Mikesell and family and mrs. Laura Brier spent sunday at Sheldon. James Metsker and a Ife of Wilma sport visited sunday with relatives Here. Mrs. Harriet Rutter is visiting with the family of 1. N. Statzell in Williamsport. Vincent Ambler of the soldiers Home is visiting a few Days with relatives Here. Or. And mrs. Gare and children of Talbot spent sunday with mrs Elizabeth Winchell. The ladies Aid of the Christian Church will hold a Bazaar at the Church november 24th. C. J. Shackleton and wife and Raymond v. Pence and wife were Lafayette visitors saturday. John Howarth and wife and g. Howarth and wife of Oxford visited sunday with Joe Howarth and family. Mrs. Charles Cobb returned saturday from a visit with her parents John Wagner and wife of Danville Indiana. The literary club will be entertained tuesday at dinner at the Home of mrs. B. F. Blind at West Lafayette. Harry Balkema wife and children of Hebron Charles Sandbloom 0 West Lafayette Gus Sandbloom wife and family Jake Smiley Anc mrs. Marshall ate sunday dinner with Wiliam Haley and family. With John Brown spent sunday Frank Trickey and family. We. Brown and family visited relatives in Lafayette Friday. Mrs. Loraine Melson of Jud Yville came sunday to visit her Mother mrs. Lettie Orange of this place. Mrs. Carl Rogers and son George Edward left monday for Indiana James Booth and family spent Olis where she will visit relatives sunday with Joe Horn and wife. As Vantress and wife were guests of Jont Hillyer and family sunday. Mrs. Allendorff of Kramer spent and friends two weeks. Mrs. E. M. Sterling and son Miu Burn returned from Indianapolis monday where she has been visit sunday with Chas. Hetrick and fam ing her husband who is in the hos ily. Pital at that place. Roy Shawcross of Indianapolis Eli Rogers wife and son George spent saturday night with Frank i and mrs. Harry murder and Daugh Brown. I ter Helen Moxene from near in Tom and Blanch Mulkins were Diana Polis visited Over sunday with guests of Chas. Goodacre and wife i Freeman and family of near Talbot sunday. Near Julia sport sunday. We. Brown and family Chas. Smith and family were guests of 3en Brown at Attica sunday. Henry Martin and wife mrs. Martin and son John visited relatives near Lafayette thursday and Friday. Bruce Huyer and family were sunday guests of James Jones and Amily near Pine Village. A Large crowd attended the Surprise part on miss Blanch Mulkins saturday evening. Games and music were the diversions of the evening. Refreshments were served at a late hour. Robert Jones and family were guests of Charles Brown and family property for Sale seven room House Good barn. Lots of fruit cellar Cistern and Well. In Good location in Wilma sport. Terms to suit purchaser. C. Edward Holston. Not very intellectual Many a fellow who More Money Ian has t the Price of a Pacle if enquirer. Boswell George fix is the owner of a new Ford touring car. Dale Hubbard wife and son Wil Geo. A. Bender veterinary surgeon Calls answered promptly Day and night. Phone 2-on-83 Williamsport a a a a a a a bring your Sale Bills to this office. Them for me i will take care of your i will buy rags old Iron magazines books old papers Etc. In fact anything in the Way of old Call me. I la be there. Bert Vanreed Williamsport la to lower s restaurants a Good place to eat tab Walter Allison went to Chicago saturday Moning. Harve Smith and family visited m Williamsport sunday. Mrs. Aaron Larch and Clair were i in Ambia monday afternoon j Horace Goodwine took dinner saturday with his daughter mrs. A. F. Lar ii and family. The Young people were royally entertained at the Home of Elmer Foster saturday evening i mesdames w. L Cook and Ora Goodwine and daughter Buryl wer Danville shoppers Friday afternoon. The ladies Aid and red Cross meeting was held at the Church wednesday afternoon and worked on the red Cross garments. The y. M. C. A. Meeting was Well attended and talks by Brothers Simpson of Pence a. W. Jackman of Attica and e. R. Brooks from Camp Taylor were Given. This township is working hard to get their amount into the treasurer. The masquerade Box supper was Well attended and the amount of $49 was taken in. Ernest Bryant and Alice Larch got the pickles for being the most quot love sick quot couple there but several others wanted it 80 we think quot there were i the school has made arrange soft drinks All kinds cigars tobacco a 1 a a i i 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 Williamsport Indiana
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