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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - September 21, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The review Bex Jln lican september 21 1916. New5 table and Bro. Sam. Lamb elder of in ton spent sunday with Eliasof the West Pine Church returned Johnson and family i thanks after which everyone helped Florence Ennis of Fountain is i themselves in Dairy lunch visiting with her sister mrs. Tom i the meal was served there was about Trott for a few Days. One and a half hours spent in a i Pic Ane and family of Frank Good old fashioned visit then came of it have moved to the property a Independence. Or. Michael has engaged in the sheep business and has gone to Chicago to Purchase a Carload of sheep. Filling silos in this Section seems to be All the go now a Days. You had better hurry or Jack Frost will beat you to it. Revival meetings will begin at the Christian Church in Independence oct. 24. Mrs. Laura Vandusen is to have charge of the meeting. Everybody invited to attend. Remember the Date. Or. Stanley Harvey mrs. Lottie Knowles Cedric and Thelma i rated by Charley Miller. Miss Lottie Siddens of Williams visited Grover Johnson and the parting hour which was spent in a sacred Way. Song by the entire is Swiss Mons in behalf of the Church to mrs. George Grimes and son re Bro. Clarence Dawson in very touch turned Home saturday morning ing and sympathetic Way for which i after a visit with relatives m Illinois. Bro. Dawson thanked the Church in i mrs. Howard Northrop returned a very touching and inspiring Way i Home Friday evening after a few followed by a song quot god be with i Days visit with relatives at Frank will Talbert wife and daughter i Opal spent the Day sunday with p quot of quot it a a a Bert Ermentrout and wife of John it or a Jtj a jew e at h e r fort. Mrs. Robert Mclaughlin and Mother mrs. John Siddens of Pence were calling on relatives Here thursday. You till we meet again quot and a very touching prayer by Bro. Val. Jones. Immediately the crowd separated for their different Homes wishing or. Dawson Many More Happy re turns of the Day. Winthrop. Us Spiri de. Smalley and wife have moved will Grady was a Pence caller Bungay. A a. Day now and hands Are very scarce. John Crawford was a Danville vis Knowles took miss Mary Durham iter saturday. But the dry weather made them very to her Home in st. Francisville last Tom Gott of tab was a caller Small. Sunday sept. 17. Who knows but Here Friday. I _ the heavy Frost of Friday and what a Bride and Groom will serum to the Harvey Home mrs. Mary Copsey of Danville 111., and mrs. Wallace Copsy and sons Lamoine and Harold of Williamsport spent tuesday of last week with mrs. Aria Berkshire and children. Robert the 16-year old son of Geo. Lyons and wife was painfully injured sunday evening about 5 o clock. He with some other boys were playing on the elevator Grade. Robert was just running Down the Grade never seeing a car coming from the West driven by Aaron Wright. He ran into the car cutting a Gash in his limb about three inches Long and Clear to the Bone also a few cuts on one hand. If the car had been running at a great rate of Speed it might have proven More serious. Or. E. E. Johnson was called to attend his injuries. Moe Byers and wife were Dan i saturday nights has caught All the Ville visitors saturday. Late Garden truck. i the ladies Aid met with mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton is Mak sunday school picnic. George Johnson wednesday. Ing arrangements to move Here there. Brown saturday afternoon. There will be a sunday school Ross Miller and wife spent Sun quot or week from Fowler. We miss Catherine Cline called on Honey Branch. Mrs. Andy Myers was an Attica visitor saturday. Frank Brown was an Attica visitor saturday afternoon. John Martin and Bessie Jones were Williamsport visitors monday. Mrs. Robert Jones called on mrs. Picnic and All Day rally at the old by yith Oscar George and wife. Clawson school House or just East of the House in the Geo. Mcgahan Welcome her Bacic. Sam Simmermon and served in the Good old fashioned Way is visiting her daughter mrs. Guy evea Uig at 6 o Cipcic at the noon hour. Everybody rpm a i y Johnson of _ 1 their baskets Well holed and enjoy a a mph a Dotis litter Visitin wit err re Fri Perl-01 Cui Kin nov Ai cd lib of Sulci in Bhe we Golda Beason saturday afternoon. Wilbur Bell and mrs guv Bellut wife Are several from this Vicinity attend hour flu Diu i Vii. Juci. A Jupp Over the arrival of a Pound i a uji up Chou. Laos Rol o of i c 1 it 1 n Ere est Lebanon carers Oathur i de the show at Kain Sivile last week. Of sonic ii Sii t m a Day. A loin g win Psi Asje Sas quot i a Rames and Daught Grace uses u n do. To. Lie Loran Kinney and Orval Ottinger services for sui Day Bible school Green Hill Bible school will furnish were West Lebanon callers Satur at 9 30 in the morning. Christian the principle part i music in the Day. Endeavor in evening at 8 o lock. Misses Grace and Beulah Grames Forenoon. Basket dinner will be mrs. Galbreath of Ashmore 111., i ver meet my every thursday ent May afternoon with miss Rochester ind., Frank Trickey wife and Daugh a her relatives her Marie were guests sunday of. A. Bhe went to Williams Ray Roberts and family of Fletcher Jennie pm of to inlay lor a Short visit and Springs. Will also visit in Attica Jiw Days. ? John f. Ritenour and wife of Williamsport and we. H. Brown and . Life motored to Momence iii Sun mrs. Mary be is visiting rela Day and spent the Day with relatives Tives at Danville 111. A Large crowd attended the party Ralph White of West Lebanon at James Cine s last thursday even sweater Coats for men women and children knit Caps of o a men women and children Stansbury amp Billings attorneys tor plaintiff a resident not ice. We have a assortment these goods big of All new just in. They Are priced so you can buy any of them. Essmier s ion store of , Waken county in the Warren circuit court Tolep Neiuber term a. 191g. Minnie Ramsey is. Daniel p. Ramsey. Bis it remembered that on the 25th Day of april a. 1916, the above named plaintiff by Stansbury amp Billings her attorneys filed in the office of the clerk of said court a complaint against said defendant and also the affidavit of a competent person that said action is for divorce and that the defendant Daniel p. Lamsey 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 first Day of said term being the 13th Day of november. 1916, to be Holden at the court House in Williamsport in said county and state Beirl nning on the 2nd monday in said month the same will be heard and determined in his absence. Witness my hand and the Seal of said court affixed at office in Wlliams Seal port. Indiana this 12th Day of september. 1916. William Cowgill clerk. By Fred f. Ritenour Deputy. Sept. 14, 1916-w3. John j. Hall attorney for administrator. Notice to heirs creditors Etc notice is hereby al Van. That Jacob Johnson As administrator of the estate of William m. Johnson deceased Lias presented and filed a final account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit court Oil the re Day of october Ishii at which time ail heirs creditors or legatees of said estate Are required to appear in said court and show cause if any there be Why said account and vouchers should not be approved. Avilliah Cowcill. Clerk. 155" fuel f. Rit Enugu Deputy. A sept. 1-1, i 16-\vt. Good visit with friends. The afternoon session will bet in at ,30 with a Sone service by tie Clawson so Looi and reminiscence talks by old settlers followed by More music. Preaching by Rev. A. W. Jackman at 3 o clock. Everybody cordially invited to attend ail Day Clarion ii Dave sox supt. Lagretta Mann Sec. Spent saturday night with bytes Joe Clarey and Vav Ife spent sunday afternoon with Charley roes of Pence. Irs. Robert Miller is spend Init a few Days with her daughter at Pax was a caller Here sunday. Ton iii. Mrs. Zara Pence and daughter George Talbert wife and cli Illren mane were West Lebanon visitors visited sunday with relatives it til surprised Clarence Dawson. Thursday. Of Illinois. Just As Clarence Dawson and a life mrs. Henry Sheppard returned to misses Edith and Delta Roderick returned from sunday school last her Home in Shepardsville ky., last spent sunday with the misses Lolah sunday morning an Auto party wednesday. And Alnena Berkshire from old West Pine and Vicinity Hopkins and wife of Judy drove to the Dawson Hoine and got Ille were visitors in this place Sun and Harold visited sunday with Rel out and reminded Nim that it was Jay afternoon. Natives at Danville his Ooth by today. I Here were a o in g Etchison and wife Are the mrs f a Yuul child the part old and True Nienas of r a a i Vii. I. I ,.,h Ciufu or Dawson and wife Thev All 9p Ren Are visiting her parents prank brought their dinner and when the a a Armstrong 111. Table was spread it inmost groaned mrs. Russel Hanson visited Withers. Nora Vanpelt and daughters beneath the weight but however it or daughter mrs. John pug of ate dinner sunday with mrs. David was soon relieved of its Burden Pence thursday. Hiatt and grand daughter Mona when 56 be Ojile surrounded the Mose Clawson and family of Cov Irving. My. Music and games were the amusements of the evening. All departed at a late hour having spent a most enjoyable evening. West Lebanon. Miss Nettie Howard was a Dan mrs. Clias. Nolan and sons Ohmer Ville shopper saturday. Mrs. Minnie w Ood of Indianapolis was called Here sunday by the illness of her Mother mrs. Fletcher Wood. Mrs. Elsie Kin Cade and son of a Osvell Are spending the week with her parents John Livingston and . Greene Wallace and wife Are at the bedside of their daughter mrs. I Edith Snooks of Springfield Ohio who is very Low with typhoid fever. The High school baseball team crossed bats with the local team at ii and a Itera i twelve people. Special scenery for each play. Up to Date vaudeville Between acts. Our own orchestra the grounds Here Friday. The i score was 20 to 6 in favor of the local boys. Mrs. Fletcher w Ood suffered a stroke of paralysis at her Home last j sunday. This is the unfortunate i lady s sixth stroke. Friends Hope her a speedy recovery. The Eastern Star Lodge held their annual decoration Day services at the West Lebanon cemetery last sunday. Rev. Mcmillan gave a Beautiful address in Honor of the departed members. Mrs. Ray Fleming of Williamsport was worthy Matron. The annual reunion of the Mcintosh relatives Vas held at the Home of e. R. Bonebrake and wife South of Here sunday at which 68 relatives and friends were present. The occasion was the 68th birthday Anni i Ersary of b. H. Mcintosh. A pleas ant Day was spent by All. Miss Lavina Vanpelt and James i Wallace stole a March on their Many friends saturday and motored i to Danville where they were quietly i married by Justice Judy. The i Young couple Are two of our most highly accomplished residents and i have a score a friends to extend to them their Heartiest congratulations. They will reside Village mrs. Ellen Brier is reported on the sick list. W. Larr was a Lafayette visitor wednesday of last week. Joe Howorth wife and children were Earl Park visitors sunday. Mrs. Nancy Dill of Oxford is visiting her daughter mrs. Laura Brier. George Eberly has accepted a position at Whiting in one of the factories. Luther Hail of Chamberlain s. D., returned Home last thursday after a Short visit with relatives. Jake Vester wife and children of Rainsville took sunday dinner with mrs. Vester s parents Dan Brown and a life. John Taylor and wife of Royal Center motored Here sunday to take mrs. Taylor s Mother mrs Mary Thomas Home with them to spend the Winter. Mrs. Hannah Leveque and mrs. Frank buckles returned to their Homes in California tuesday after visiting with friends and relatives at this place and other Points. The old ladies Bible class of the m. E. Church met last thursday afternoon with mrs. B. F. Gephart. An enjoyable time was had by All present. Ice Cream and cake were served. The ladies Aid of the Christian Church and the Happy hustlers were entertained by mrs. E. St. John and daughter Nellie saturday afternoon at their Home in the country. Refreshments were served. Carl a. Mehaffey attorney for administrator. Notice to heirs creditors Etc notice hereby Kiven. That John w. James As administrator of the estate of has presented and tiled a Sinai account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit court on tiie Goth Day of october ii ii at which time ail heirs creditors or legatees of said estate Are required to appear in said a Jurt and show cause if any there be Why said account and vouchers should not be api it roved. William Cowgill. Clerk. A f ten f. , Deputy. Sept. 11, l9l we. Victor h. Ringer attorney for petitioners. Notice of petition to better and improve the Baldwin Public Drain situate in Pine and Liberty Downsi tips Warren county Indiana. Boswell. Lewis Freeman was in Oxford sat urday. I Wilbert Campbell is very ill at this writing. 1 mrs. Cass Young has been on the sick list. I Victor Freeman was in Oxford saturday. Miss Lorene Orange was Home sunday to visit her Mother. people living near and wife of East Lynn i mrs. Ethel Loag and Little son i spent sunday with their parents. I it to Cut or last i thursday to pack Joe Lynch of Delphi spent Sun air House How goods preparatory i Day with his parents and . Little Juta Hillyer and Lorenze Brown Are victims of the whooping cough. Jerry toops wife and son Albert spent last sunday with the former s brother near Fowler. Mrs. Laura Hillyer entertained the ladies Aid society at her Home West of town last thursday. Mrs. George Bartlett who underwent an operation at her Home Here wednesday of last week is improving nicely. Miss Marguerite Wilson who is attending school at Danville 111., spent saturday and sunday with Home folks. Tie Epworth league met sunday evening and re organized. There will now be regular league each sunday evening. The Cooper show was Here All last week. This company gave a musical program each evening that was Well received by those attending. Monday september 25th will be every member s quot canvass Day quot for the a. E. Church Here. Let every one interested in the Church be ready to receive the canvases on that Day. Miss Amy Hazel accompanied miss Lura Cooper to her Home in Danville ind., thursday and will visit lor a few Days with former a Otic is hereby Siivon to ail persons whose lands or other property were Oriel Nasiy assessed lor tie construction of tie ii Aldwin i us Lic i Ulii in i Inland Liberty town slips a quot a Reu cd Uty Indiana that a petition was filed in this Oil ice on tiie Hist Day of Ai Cust Lehi by the Reid Misite number of interested landowners and by tiie interested owners of tiie requisite amount of land in acreage Aspi i by Section 1 of an act of tiie Den eral Assembly entitled quot a act concerns ii the maintenance repair Imp Iro vement anti betterment of Dit cities and drains quot api Roc March s. . Itiat the i Aldwin i Public Lutcis he bettered and Inisi moved in the ii Lowin manner to wit Liy tie Dilt u Ink of a proper to nch in a Jubic ditch and by thu Latiuk in said Trench of a tile Drain made of Well Birm Sli Aie tile of Sulci size As Sigall to deemed necessary by the Euc Ineer and that such tie Drain be in at the source of said ii Aidwin i Widic Dittli and end at the intersection of said i Ullic ditch and the Public i Oliway running Ortii and Soutsi on tiie Center line of Section fourteen us towns lii Twenty two 22 Northi Range eight 8i Wesl and Fiat the lands and other property originally assessed for the construction of the ii Aldwin i Public ditch will ice affected by the contemplated improvements and betterment and rendered liable to taxation for the purpose of paying tiie costs and expenses of making and ejecting the Imi it to eur cents and betterment specified elsewhere in Titis notice and Yogi and each of you Are hereby notified to appear at the regular session of the Lioard of cornus sinners. To be held on the Atli Day of november til i at the courthouse at Ilia sport in said Warren county and show cause if any there be Why the improvements and betterment specs lid elsewhere in this notice should not be , my hand and Seal this list a Day of August 1911. 11. Moffitt county auditor of Warren county Indiana. Sept. 7, i lii a i. Notice of application to change Nanie of in Diana Pauli in col qty. In the circuit court september term Ilij Pkt of is Jueds c a i to Cuni we ate amt. Notice is ii Reby Given that the undersigned Lias applied to the circuit court of Warren county Indiana to have its corporate name Clia Liged from Indiana Springs comi it any to mud Lavia Springs company and Itiat said petition Ana application will be presented to and Wieard by said court at tie first Day of tie love Niiler Terni Lilli of said court. Ii Taxa is Anby k. H. Iii Amii president. Attest a a. S. 1 Lacock Secretary. Skai. Martcil tins Hist Day of August a lii sit. 7, i u a. Air. Douglas one of Boswell s old jest citizens died thursday of last week. Leads Freeman and family spent their household to nicking to Brook. Or. Laoag will teach in the Hijii school at the latter the above plays Are nigh class Royalty Bills and have never been presented at popular a monday night ladies free if a com companies by of. Paid ticket. In scats mow i i a e of pcs la Siee of Xii is Sec okd to 10 Morics to Hay and Straw balers tut. 1>1a.-.1<>n1> 1�zu\n�. Kyj As Best safest al wave Klinl la r sold by druggists everywhere 1 easy to work at Joel d. Sutton s. Lethia Cooper. Miss Ruth Alexander has Gonci a a a Back to Indiana University to finish for Sale to o 4-year-old mares her Winter term. J one with foal by Side 16 Hans sound or. Edmond barn burned Down rift every Way a Good team to Friday night. No one knows How Gether. One Flanders roadster 1912 the fire in Good running order. M. A. Mcdonald i farm Loans Long time part payment privilege. No commission. Also insurance All kinds and real estate. F. E. Mow West Lebanon ind. S�1s�s55s Williamsport ind. The Basket Ball team of the bos Well High school will play their first game Friday with Ambia. Repertoire company Ever pre a very exciting game of base Ball seated such plays As quot a pair of j was played sunday Between bos Sixes quot and quot the Little rebel quot sex j Well and Fowler. The score was 6 cent the Beveridge players opera to 7 in favor of bos vell. House september 25, 26 and 27. foundry Jay Darling superintendent. Castings of ail kinds on Short notice. Give us a

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