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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - October 19, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The re Tiew a october 1, 1916. Day and visited until sunday with mrs. Carl Rogers parents Lewis Freeman and wife. John Liptrap and wife entertained 1 at sunday dinner will Mcdaniel and i family Harmon Hooker and family 1 John Liptrap and children Newton i Kelly and wife or. And mrs. Stone cipher and or. And mrs. Lamb shopped in Lafayette Roberts shopped in Lafayette Orange was a Lafayette visitor Hubbard and wife spent sunday in hash and wife Are the proud parents of a baby Hooker was absent from school monday on account of Hooker and father were in Chicago on business the first of the . Frances Davis of Rankin visited with her sister mrs. Jim Cooper of Boswell saturday and . Pearl French of Talbot spent wednesday afternoon with her sister mrs. Harmon . Charles ried and children spent saturday with Oscar ried and wife South of Rose Labounty was absent from school the first of the week on account of Roberts and Mother visited sunday at the Home of Billy Hooker and wife of Baker wife and daughter of near Rainsville visited Over sunday with will Dice and hash of Peru visited Over sunday with his brother Robert and his sister mrs. Dale Rains of California came monday to be with his brother Zack who is very Low at this . Chas Huddler spent the first of the week with he daughter mrs. Harmon Hooker South of . Cecil Williamson left tuesday morning for Aurora 111., where they will make their future . Chas. Fix returned from Hoopeston thursday after a week s visit with her daughter mrs. Goldie . Guy James and daughter Irene of near Williamsport is the guest of mrs. E. Sterling this Rogers and children George and Helen and Carl Rogers and wife a toed from Indianapolis Fri Ambia. Daisy Wellman is better. H. Myers in on the sick list Lloyd Gray has returned to la Cross. Laura Crawford has moved to Lafayette. Mary Welman was an Ambia visitor tuesday. David Roberts and family visited in Danville sunday. Olive Morgan visited her sister in Wellington saturday. Dale Bessie of Lafayette spent sunday with Home folks. Lillie Gillespie Katie Davis and Marguet James a toed to Hoopeston sunday. George Blessing wife and daughter and Alice Boyer spent Friday in Cissna Park. Gladys Pope and Cora Tibitts of Wellington were guests of Olive Morgan sunday. Cecil James will go to work for Dell Armstrong South of Pence in the near future. Mrs. Carrie Stephens and children were sunday visitors at the Home of mrs. Margurite James. There was a Box supper at the Douglas school House Friday night. Bessie Greenberg is the teacher. Wesley Fleenor is moving his family to the Gwin Douglas farm and will work for or. Douglas. The Ambia High school Basket Ball team won a hard earned Victory saturday afternoon from Wellington by a score of 12 to 10. Mary Thompson has gone to Hoopeston to take charge of a Rooming and John Stephens her Brothers will make their Home with her. Be one of the 150 at the Bible school next sunday. Arley Goodwine and wife were Attica and Independence visitors wednesday. The revival meeting conducted by the Clarke family at the Christian Church is drawing big family evangelists were called to Newtown sunday to attend the funeral of or. Clarke s brother in Law. Independence. Dan Rex and wife were visitors in Attica saturday. Miss Ellis household goods were sold at auction wednesday. Mrs. Vandeusen is at tab helping in the meeting which is proving a Success. Mrs. Larch and son Kenneth of tab visited mrs. Vanduesen last saturday. John Heischman and wife entertained the teacher s of the township in their Home last Friday evening. A Fine audience was present at the Christian Church sunday night. The Bible school was also Well attended. John g. Heischman and wife went to Lafayette sunday to visit the former s sister who is in the Hospital at that place. Be sure to remember the revival meetings beam at the Christian Church next tuesday night. Be in attendance the first night. Tab. Mrs. Wyatt is on the sick list. Ralph Smith was quiet for few Days. Rev. Mrs. Vandeusen is Here helping in the revival. Dwain Goodwine visited his parents Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Cook of Danville visited mrs. Larch sunday. The Wilbur family Are having a hard seige of typhoid fever. Aaron Larch made a business trip to Crawfordsville saturday. Kramer. Linzie Ruark and wife have gone South. We. Landon left saturday for a visit in fort Wayne. Warren seals and wife were Williamsport callers monday evening. Stella Bedie visited a few Days with Home folks in Argos ind., last week. John Simmerman has accepted a position As House Man at the mud Avia hotel. There will be a masquerade dance at the town Hall on thursday evening october 26. A number of people from Chalmers ind., spent sunday with Arthur Laurie and family. Floyd Landon of Jud Yville spent sunday Here with his aunt mrs. Jennie Solomon and family. Mrs. Ida Stull and Little daughter of Veedersburg visited with mrs. Warren Selby the latter part of last week. Harve Jackson returned sunday after spending the week end with his son Carl and family at Indianapolis. D. Thompson and wife left tuesday for a visit with the for mer s brother. We. Thompson and family of Martinsville 111., also her sister mrs. Barr and family. There was a Farewell masquerade party Given in Honor of Edith Landon sunday evening at her Home. Edith left monday for Chicago to resume her duties in the Moler College of manicuring and hair dressing. West Lebanon. Mrs. Grace Dean was on the sick list saturday. V. P. Smith of five Points was a business caller Here saturday. Mrs. Mabel Powell spent thursday with Williamsport relatives. Richard Harris and family of pleasant View were callers Here sunday. Hany Hobaugh spent thursday with his wife at the Home Hospital at Lafayette and reports her slowly improving. A. B. Salts and wife entertained Wallace salts and sons Herman and Cecil and Wilham salts and family of Marshfield sunday. Mrs. Addie French entertained the following relatives at her Home Here sunday Neil French mrs. Monroe salts Fletcher Woods wife and daughter miss Dorothy Donald Crawford wife and babe Guy salts wife and two children and mrs. Emma salts. A Fine Day was reported by All. A miss Melva Meitzler daughter of mrs. Cal Kidwell of this City and Glen Stitt who has been employed on a farm near Here stole a March on their relatives and friends and left last week for Columbus ind., where they were quietly married and Are now visiting his parents at that place. The Young lady has been employed at Hedrick the past two months and her marriage was a Complete Shock to her Mother. Friends extend congratulations to the Happy Young couple. Notice open icon. State of Indiana. Waken county i William Dowgul clerk of the Warren circuit court within and for said county and state do hereby certify that there will be a general election held at the several voting precincts in said Warren county on tuesday november 7, 1916, Between the hours of six o clock m. And six o clock p. M., to receive votes for president and vice president of the United states to wit a two presidential electors for the state at Large and one presidential elector lor each congressional District of said state and for the following state and county officers to wit United states senator for the Long term of the state of Indiana. United states senator for the Short term of the state of Indiana. Governor of the state of Indiana. Lieutenant governor. Secretary of state. Auditor of state. Treasurer of state. Attorney general. Reporter of the supreme court. Superintendent of Public instruction. Chief of the Bureau of statistics. Judge of the supreme court 2nd District. Judge of the supreme court. 3rd District. Judge of the appellate court Northern division. Judge of the appellate court Southern division. Representative in Congress for tenth congressional District. State senator for the counties of Fountain Vermilion and Warren. Joint representative for the counties of Tippecanoe and Warren. Prosecute be attorney for the 21st judicial circuit. County treasurer. County Sherill. County recorder. County Surveyor. County Coroner. County commissioner for the 1st District. County commissioner for the 2nd District also seven county councilmen. In testimony whereof i have herein to subscribed my name and affixed Seal the Seal of said court at Ray office in Williamsport Indiana this 16th Day of october a. D. 1916. William Cowgill. Clerk of the Warren circuit court. Hong Joseph g. Cao a a n cd Hoe Edward to m Tate present Campaign Good music during file John j. Hall attorney for administrator. Notice of Uomini Smoli s Sale of real estate. The undersigned. Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Elizabeth d. Boyer deceased by virtue of an order of the Warren circuit court made and entered in the matter of the estate of said decedent hereby gives notice that on the 31st Day of october 1916, and from Day to Day thereafter at the office of John j. Hall in Williamsport Indiana he will Oiler for Sale at private Vendue at not less than the full appraised value. He following described several of real estate situate in Liberty township. Warren county. Indiana to wet parcel number 1. The East half 04 of the South West Quarter of Section six 6. Township Twenty two 22 North Range eight 8 West parcel number 2. The West half 54 of the South East Quarter of of said Section sir 6township Twenty two 22 North Range eight 8 West parcel number 3. The East half k of the South East Quarter of said Section sis 6township Twenty two 22 North Range eight 8 West. Terms of Sale a said administrator will sell All of the above described land in one tract or in parcels As above described As shall be deemed by him to be for the Best interests of said estate. Said real estate will be sold for Cash in hand or one third of the Purchase Money Cash in hand one third in six and one third in twelve months from Date of Sale deferred payments to be evidenced by promissory notes of the purchaser or purchasers bearing interest at the rate of six per cent from Date waiving Relief and providing for attorney s fees. Said administrator will is vie on Date of Sale a certificate of Purchase to the purchaser or purchasers of such several parcels of land and upon the payment of the full Purchase Price or the notes evidencing the same and the approval of Sald Sale by the court said administrator will execute to such purchaser or purchasers a deed of conveyance. H. La Wilence Durborow administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Elizabeth d. Boyer deceased. Oct. 5, 1916-w4. Ian a. 1 to , Carbondale. Sunday school and Church were Well attended sunday. Jack Wade and wife spent sunday with John Foster and family. Mesdames Ben Polton and Turner Hall were Attica shoppers Friday. Walter Balser and family spent sunday with Ben Polton and wife. Mrs. Jack Wade called on mrs. Turner Hall last thursday evening. Elwood Carlson and lady Friend were Attica visitors saturday evening. Rev. Sollars and wife took dinner with Albert Carlson and wife sunday. Mrs. Charles High and daughter Letta were Williamsport callers on wednesday. Mrs. Lonnie citizen of Attica is visiting with Home folks Charles Lape and wife. Mrs. Frank Kyle visited the latter part of last week with her sister mrs. Lew Jones. G. C. Butler and wife returned Home from Montana where they spent the summer on their farm. Having Fine meetings at this place a Large crowds and special music. Everybody invited to hear the Good sermons. John Mankey and daughter mrs. Dessie Smith mrs. Harrison Black Well and Rev. Solu irs and wife were Lafayette callers saturday. Notice. Strayed from pasture i Eek of june 30, 1916, one Bay Mare five years old weight about look pounds 1 fifteen hands and one Inch High knot on left Hind Anick i and with a very slight curb. Any one knowing of or having this Mare in their Possession will receive Reward by notifying Aaron f. Larck tab Indiana. State of Indi wares county i Lloyd Mcferren. Sherll of Warren county. Indiana hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a True full and Complete copy of the notice of election As Given me by said clerk on the Date above written. Witness. hand this 16th Day of october a. D. 1916. Lloyd Mcferren. Sheriff of Warren county. Oct. 19, 1916-w3. Carl a. Mehaffey a attorney for commissioner. Notice of commissioner s Sale of real estate. Carl a. Mehaffey attorney for plaintiff. Sheriff s Sale. John j. Hall a Lorney for plaintiff. Resl Dei i a of ice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned commissioner appointed in an action for partition in the Warren circuit court wherein Mary Summers is plaint a to and Ned Barnes Don Barnes Jerald Barnes Winn Fred Ellis Ellis Brown. Blanche Brown will Ellis. Fred Barnes Gertrude Ellis and John w. James. Administrator of the estate of Esther Ellis deceased Are defendants for the partition of certain real estate described in the complaint in said cause i will As commissioner on tuesday october 31, 1916, offer tor Sale to the highest and Best bidder for not less than the full appraised value thereof the following real estate in said county of Warren and state of Indiana to wet the North West Quarter �4 of the Southwest 14 of Section fifteen 15township Twenty two 22 North Range seven 7 West containing in All forty 40 acres More or less and All in Warren county. . Also the South West Quarter a i of the North West Quarter 4 of Section fifteen 15township Twenty two 22 North Range seven 7 West containing in ill forty to acres More or less and All in Warren county state of Indiana. Also lots numbered fifty six Ufi. Ninety two 921 and ninety three 93 of the original plat of the town of Independence Indiana. Terms of one third Ca of the Purchase Price shall be paid c so in hand on Day of Sale one third ill in six i months and the remaining one third in twelve 12 months Sulci deferred Jia ments to be evidenced by promissory notes Tirc Didiuk for six 6 per cent interest her Jimim irom Date of Sale until paid and for attorney s tees and to lie secured by a mortgage on heal la state. Said Sale to take place in the Soltice of Carl a. Meharey. In win Caius port. Indiana it the hour of two o clock i. A. Of said Date and to continue from Day to Day thereafter until said la al estate is sold pursuant to Law. Dated Day of october 191g. A for Nix w. James commissioner. Oct. A a 19ir>-wl. Carl a. Mehaffey attorney for commissioner. Willce of commis Ioir s Sale of real estate by virtue of an execution to me directed from the clerk of the Warren circuit court of Warren county Indiana i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 21 st Day of october a. D. 1916, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4 o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House in Williamsport Warren county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following described real estate situate in said county and state to wet lots five 5 and six 6in the West addition to the town of Williamsport Warren county Indiana. And on failure to realize the full amount of judgment interest and costs on said exec Ron. I will at the same time expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate. Taken As the property of Anna Prather it the suit of the state of Indiana i Rel. Carl a. Mehaley. Prosecuting attorney. Said Sale will be made without and Relief a whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Lloyd Mcferren. Sheriff of Warren county Indiana. Sept. 28, 1916-w4. Mehaffey Stansbury a Billings. Attorney for commit Mioner Lotge of commission it s Saie of real estate. Stati 1 in wait or lii Lili u l inc iii cd Lenin a. Ii. Lib Ali. John w. A i\v.soii. I menu l. A i is quot a. Iii l i i my a Mhz i i ii i. Of i i0ll tl-1. A. 11. Uii. Hilj . By a. Hall. Lil in in to la Culici a i a to l Uri i quot it it i it a ii ili i isl Llic Lipil Ivil it Coni ass i i -1 a x Ornta. In. To november in Llie a lii Day love Nacneil is Alt Orisey. a ill court i i i Vieni in it and ais<3 pc ii person. ils ii it i trial a in Leie Ridant icon i esi Leiu of the Saeliou is tor Ivoree an Myrtle l. . Is stale of i n i iii Noii re Sii Hiil Ilene Iuiana is therefore Hereley Noti Neil of tie Jieu Lotney of said suit Anil that a ii Ltd \ ill stand for trial at tie Novena in a tei in of said Ouirt. 19h>. And Ali said Dei. And int ii and i inst. Ers or to said of the a in Ali Day of said tonn Betti inc Luis Day of let a Chin la r. Lidia. To be Holden at the court House in Liuia Niport in s Iid of Timity and state Tjoei Minnini on the 2nd mum Lay in said Uio Iilah the same will be to Earl and Date ruined ii her Ai sence. A re la is. has a and the Seal of a i contral heed at Tolice in Willlams ii Ort. Indiana i lis uth Day of october. I l i. Cost Lull clerk. By in a a. Hit it of Nermy. Get. Ill i l. John w. Sutton attorney for administrator. A a a a ice of a a minis Iraq Lon. Notice is hereby a Ivon that the undersigned. Conin missioner. Appel nod in an action for partition in the Warren circuit Stirt Liere in Nannie Harper and Lucy b i Rne Are Plain Lills and Wili Iani Teuton else Linton. I quot rank Linton Hamp Joe Linton. Sylvia Omholt /., Rhomas iii ton. Milton Linton. And Lohn , administrator of the l state of Lizabeth a. Hiilton. Degoeas cd. Are . For the partition of certain heal l state therein described to sell the in al p state described in the Comida nit in said cause 1 will As commissioner on tuesday. October 31. 1916, Oller for Sale Torii Hoesl and Best lii Der. To r not less than the full appraise in value thereof the Vollov iii Ueal in said Warren county. State o Indiana to wit a itty quot Ali acres Oil 01 the South end of the North one half by a of die North East Quarter 14 of Section three. In towns Ivi Twenty two 22 North Ranee a seven 17 West and All in Warren county stale of Indiana. of one third i Cash in Liand on of Sale one third l ii ill six lii months and the re Mai inc one tii ird in twelve 12 months said deterred p in cents to be secured by a first Iborti Haiie on said Ileal and to be evidenced by Jiron Missory notes drawing interest at the rate of it per cent per annul from late until paid and attorney s fees. Said Sale to take ii lace in the Ollic of Arl a. Meharey. In Williamsport. Indiana at the hour of two o clock i. Of said Date and to continue from Day to Day 1hercafl a until said real estate is sold pursuant to Law. Dated Titis ird Day of october u l i. In Lex w. Jami a. Commissioner. Oct. A 1910-w4. Mice to heirs creditors Etc. Notice is hereby Given that the mud Erslyn de has appointed by the clerk of the circuit to Ouirl of Warren county. State of Indiana administrator of the estate of Joseph f. Moore late of Warren county deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. Dated this 12th Day of october lilith. e. Watk1n,s, administrator. Oct. 19. 1916-\v4. Chichester s pills the Udall on my and. A la it la it by a Udo girl Ruebl b Imda in cd and void Nie Tamick let Oes sealed with Blue ribbon. Tulio no other. Buy of your wrong filst. s whamond it Anu i . For 25 years i Nown As Best safest always a Clit be sold by Brug lists everywhere notice is hereby five i. That Mary i l i it Evan Isle As adminis Gratrix of the estate of Lohn Martiness deceased has presented and tiled her final account and vouchers in final settlement of estate and that the same will come lip for the examination and action of said circuit court on the 13th Day of november i l i. At which Lime All heirs creditors or quot Leir tees of said estate Are re it Muired to appear in Stid court and show cause if any there be Why said account and vouchers should not to approved. Wlm Jaim Cowo Bijj clerk by i Tiki f. Uit souk. Iieput.\. Of ept. 2i. 19ui-\vt. For All Kodak and cameras write for particulars. O. C. , a in Ca. A Dlana notice is hereby Piven. That the undersigned. Commissioner appointed in an action for partition in the Warren circuit court wherein Dale o. Rush and Verlle i. Rush Are Plain gifts and James Farris Edward Farris. Howard Needle. I Vorence Beedle Albert Beedle and Beedle Are defendants for the partition of certain real estate therein described to sell the real estate described in the complaint in said cause i will As such commissioner on monday november 6, 1916, ofter for Sale to the highest and Best bidder for not less than the full appraised value thereof the follow nor real estate in said county of Warren and state of Indiana to wit that part of the West half of the Northeast Quarter of Section Nineteen 19town ship Twenty one 21 North Range eight 8 West which lies South of a Public Highway which runs North Westerly across said West half of said North East Quarter of said Section Nineteen i9. Said tract contain in forty two 42 acres also Twenty four 24 acres of of the South end of the East half of the North West in Garter of said Section Nineteen 19 also the following described part of the Northwest iii Arter of said Section Nineteen 19to wit commence us at the South East Corner of the West fractional half of the North West Fiu Arter of said Section Nineteen 19and winning thence North sixteen 16 feet thence West to the Lames Goodwine gravel Road thence South Westerly along said Road to the Center line running East and West through the Center of said Section Nineteen 19and thence East to the place of commencing and also lots numbered thirty three thirty four i4. Thirty five and thirty six 36in it. H. Lank s plat of lots of the town of Riverside. Fountain county Indiana terms of Sale one tii ird�1 Cash in hand on Day of Sale one third % in six 6 Mouths and the remaining one third i in twelve 12 months said deferred payments to be evidenced by promissory notes providing for interest at the rate of six 6 percent per annul from Date until Inrid and for attorneys fees Atid to be secured by a first mortgage on said real b state. Sild Sale to take place at the office of Carl a. Mehaffey in Williamsport Indiana at the hour of two 12 00 o clock p. On said Date and to continue from Day to Day thereafter until said Lieal estate is sold pursuant to Law. Dated this 3rd Day of october 1916. o. Rusu commissioner. Oct. 12, 19in-w4. Carl a. Mehaffey attorney for plaintiffs. Non resident notice. of Indiana us. Washin county in the Warren circuit court to november term 1916. Anna Cornwell . William w. Cornwell. Bio it Kim Embred that on the sri Day of october a. D. 1916, the above named pain tier. By Carl a Mehaley her attorney filed in the office of the clerk of said court her complaint against said defendant and also the Ali Davit of a competent person that said action is for divorce and that the defendant. William w. Cornwell is a non resident of the state of Indiana. Said non resident defendant is therefore hereby notified of the Pendency of said suit and that said cause will stand for trial at the november term of said court 1916. And that unless said defendant appears and answers or demurs to said complaint on the 16th Day of said term being the 30th Day of november 1916. To be Holden at the court House in a Williamsport in said county and state been Nung on the second monday in said month the same will be. Heard and determined in his absence. Witness my hand and Seal of Fjald court al heed at office in Williamsport. In skai Dlana. On this 3rd Day of october 1916. William Cowa Ilu cleric. Oct. 5, 1916-w4

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