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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - April 11, 1912, Williamsport, Indiana Telb a Abbon by Tow afrin i 11, 1912. Polio ical announcement. Edit of review you will please announce the Nam of j. Wesley Whickcar of Attica As a candidate for the office of state senator on the Republican ticket for the District composed of the counties of Fountain Veri Nullon and Warren subject to the decision of delegates in convention when held. Gossip Jour of Mir Notum Tou Marshfield. Will Mcintosh was in town sunday evening. Miss Pansy Hann returned to her Home in Ross Viii after a two Days stay Here. Miss Ellen Murphy spent from thursday until sunday with relatives in Danville. Miss Belle Ware was calling on mrs. Mintie Wurtsbaugh and son Dale saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Chas. Vanpelt and miss Golda Vanpelt were guests of or. And mrs. Mark e. Zufall sunday. Quot Brownie quot Cronkhite and quot Watso quot Ross took their usual Outing sunday afternoon. They report a most Lovely time. Miss Kathryn Talbert of near Williamsport spent a few Days last week with Ler friends and relatives of this place. Misses Lola Meadows and Mabel Wurtsbaugh Sam Sidenbender and Walter Jordan were out Riding sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. W. E. Thaney and son Paul spent easter week with mrs. Thaney s parents or. And mrs. De Spencer of near Foster ind. Or. And mrs. C. 0. Byers entertained the following sunday or. And mrs. W. S. Nail and daughters and or and mrs Mose Byers and children of Alvin 111. At miss Etta in Attica sat Minnie Kochel returned Home saturday from a three weeks stay with her aunt mrs. Mat Mathis of Williamsport. Keep your Eye on this paper so you will be sure to see the Date of the entertainment to be held at Myers school House in a few weeks. Services will be held at the Myers school House at 7 30 o clock saturday night april 13, by Rev. A. W. Jack Man of Attica. Everybody come. Winthrop. Miss Celia Farmer went to Attica monday. Henry Allen and family were Tica visitors easter. Mrs. Guy Mckinzie and Gamble were shopping urday. Or. And mrs. Robert Mcclatchy transacted business in Winthrop monday. Mrs. Elmer Beach and mrs. Jessie Simmerman were calling in Winthrop Friday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Wade Perigo spent easter with the latter s parents or. And mrs. W. A. Robertus. Mrs. J. W. Kerr is going to Mont Morenci tuesday where her son Robert is Down with a severe attack of mumps. The easter Box sapper was called off saturday night at Bethel Church on account of the storm. They will hold it soon. The school at Winthrop closed thursday. Miss Marie o Hara the teacher has taught a very successful term of school. A splendid program was rendered in the afternoon. The children did their parts Well mrs. Jas Farmer is reported better. She has pneumonia. She has been Down sick two weeks. Willie Farmer s wife has been nursing her. Or. And mrs. W. M. Flint of Williamsport have been with them most of the time. Honey Branch. Maud Brown was a Williamsport shopper saturday. Anna Cline spent wednesday with Golda and Marinda Beason. Henry Martin and family called on Mary Jones sunday afternoon. Mrs. Andy Myers and Anna Cline were in Rainsville saturday. Mason and Lawrence Beason were in Williamsport sunday evening. Golda and Marinda Beason spent Friday with mrs. John Ketrick. Jasper Trickey and son Frank were in Kramer tuesday of last week. John Beason and wife were in Williamsport saturday afternoon. Charley Hetrick or. And family visited relatives at Kramer sunday. Anna Cline spent Friday afternoon with mrs. De Hughes and children. Golda and Marinda Beason called Oil Maud Brown thursday afternoon. C. J. Hetrick and wife visited sunday with their son Ferman Hetrick and family. Walter Mitton and Bryan Cline attended the entertainment at Kramer thursday evening. Jacob Fink and family and g. A Fink spent sunday with Tom Sim Merman and family. The infant son of or. And mrs Sam Wallace was buried thursday in the Rainsville cemetery. Jack Beason wife and son Paul of Williamsport were calling in this Vicinity monday afternoon. Griff Johnson and family and Frank Trickey and family visited sunday with Jasper Trickey and wife. William Mckinzie and mrs. Seymour Rhode and children of Chatterton called on Mary Jones monday afternoon. In memorial t i William Henry Howard was born in Butler county Ohio november 1st, 1840, and died february 29th, 1912, at the farm residence about one half mile Northwest of Williamsport Indiana. He was married August 18th, 1865, to miss Sarah Jane Schoonover the daughter of Peter and Mariah Schoonover. His wife and three sons survive him Worten Lee and Everet Howard. Or. Howard resided in Warren county continuously for several years before his marriage to the Date of his death. He was confined to his bed for three months before his death and suffered much. Through it All he maintained the same Noble Christian fortitude which had Well marked All the years of his life. All who knew him Best rest in the assured satisfaction that William Howard is now fully enjoying the Best god has prepared for Man s future. Interment in Highland cemetery Williamsport. For Sale. Indian runner Duck eggs for setting White Emden Goose eggs for setting farm of 76 acres farm of 70 acres farm of 110 acres. These farms Are within one and a half Miles of the town of Williamsport. Also i have a House and lot for Sale. For further particulars Call on of e. B. Anderson. Save Money h. W. Darling prompt service. The store that treats you right. 1 dozen bargains for saturday april Isth. 25 bag granulated i 55 49 bag Golden West flour.$.�.48 7 bars Lenox soap.2 3 4 packages Snow Flake com starch.2 3 2 cans kidney Beans i 5c, or 3 for.2 3 2 cans Hominy for i 5c, or 3 for. -23 2 cans of Corn for i 5c, or 3 for.2 3 2 cans Blue ribbon baking powder for i 5c, or 3 for.2 3 2 pkg. Quaker com flakes for i 5c, or 3 for.23 1 pkg. Lourico coffee.2 3 2 cans Climax paper cleaner for j 5c, or 3 for.2 3 quot it takes two to make a bargain a Quality an4 Price. Bar a in giving is a condition of our method of Selling. H. W. Darling phone no. 64. Stock food Why pay $2.50 and $3.00 for a 25 Pound pail of Stock food from paddlers when you can buy the Best at Winger s $1.60 you May think it Don t pay but you try the or. Hess food and see if it Don t pay. For Sale at Winger s drug Williamsport Indiana. Store a Rbar Dat proclamation. Governor Marshall names april 26 and october 25. Governor Marshall has issued the annual Arbor Day proclamation setting aside Friday april 26, and Friday october 25, As the Days to be observed. The Days Are usually observed chiefly in the Public schools by appropriate exercises and the planting of Trees. In his proclamation he governor sets out that the Observance of Arbor Day custom has helped to make the people of the state see the necessity of caring for he Trees. Two Days Are always designated because the schools in the country Are usually dismissed before he Day selected for the Observance in the Spring. The country schools As a Rule hold their exercises in the All. We. B. Darborow attorney for notice. State of in Diana l.,. Walk is Coutv i political Side lights. Say do you know there Are Only thirty three More Days of school Elwyn Williams at last has publicly announced the fact that he has Cap tured some one important last Chance want an annual please Send in name accompanied by fifty cents. Miss Noble in English class a parting is such Sweet course it is evident what was referred to. At present the court docket is wanting those having cases to file criminal or civil please do so at once. What was the nature of the to no note which was written by Alice Mae wednesday evening a a snip shooter. Notice to boys of w. H. S a hav my viewed an epistle to Blanche Fullenlove i find that she has open dates any night during the week but she must dish the dates very carefully on sunday Moore. A c. Carson is now an Apt subject to be placed upon the operating table. He not Only has a broken heart one bad lamp which is continually running out of gear two bowed legs but also a separation of one Side of his Collar Bone from the radial Section of his wish Bone. I quot if Johnny Stevenson wants to be i state senator and if ele Stansbury wants to be judge Don t you see i there s going to be Doin s Down on the Wabash. We advise both gentlemen to pick a Berry for a Winner of the judgeship and May Johnny win the senator ship if he Gazette. That s the time you hit the Nail on the head. You re right there is going to be something doing Down on the Wabash and we Are going to be at the quot Doin As for ourselves we have not said that we want the if you quot senator ship quot and we Are not so egotistical As to say that we Don t want the office and that the people Are just pushing it on us As did a certain candidate in our hearing not Long since. This quot Don t want the office quot gag May be All right up in your end of the District but we have not heard any quot Berry pickers quot talking that Way Down Here. Our candidate for judge is one of the Best qualified men in the judicial District and we Are going to win if we can. I he wants the office and is modest i enough to ask the people to help him i get it. He has never said quot he did t want it and that the people were crowding it onto no quot Berry pickers quot for us Bro. Craw. The presbyterian Church last sunday was beautifully decorated with Palms and Flowers and the services of the Day were unusually interesting and Well attended. The choir under he leadership of e. Guy Sutton rendered at the morning service two special easter anthems and a Beautiful Duett was Sung by miss Edith Keister and or. Sutton. The Sermon was from the text quot for me to live is Christ and to die this was followed by the communion service. Imagination. Joe Wing says that one of the chief factors in his Success is that he can look at one Alfalfa Plant and see a whole Field. It is imagination like this that makes the difference Between a plodder and a Genius. The boy with an imagination will never be a clod Hopper. He will never go stumbling Down a Furrow with dragging feet and shoulders stooped and weary. Not much he sees the Furrow s end and at the end of that Furrow he sees a brighter vision than the fabled pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow. To him the crumbling Brown Earth the Spring Sunshine and the Rains Are his to transform into food for a hungry world. Work is a Joy weariness Only makes him sleep the sounder and so come More quickly to another Day. Every Day uses his dreams become More real. In place of mud and weeds and toil come Fields of waving Green and yellow. What the quot the Gazette s candidate for governor George n. Lockwood is a Winner. The idea is Oxford Gazette. Shake Bro. Craw shake. Here s where we get together if we Are divided on the judgeship and in this you see the error of your Way a Little later on and come into the fold. The Sherwood Dollar a Day pension Bill is dead. The democratic senators killed it. But they have another. A Fowler Leader. Representative Barnhart of Indiana has been a Farmer and editor is a director of the prison at Michigan City and a trustee of the state Hospital for insane As shown in the congressional directory. Uncle Joe Cannon in Reading this remarked quot this fellow is a consistent Democrat. I see Here that he started out As a Farmer then became an editor went by easy stages to the state prison and then to the Asylum and then finally logically enough reached Congress. When he comes to his senses hell go Back to county Enterprise. Easter at the presbyterian Church. In the Wiirret circuit court to april term 1912. Titomas k. Fenton is. The unknown Liers represent lives Devisees legatees distributes successors and assigns of Rhoda Jane i Lowrey deceased and their respective husbands or wives it al. J b1- it remembered that of this 2lst Day of March a. D. 1912, the above named plaintiff by we. B. Durborow his attorney tiled in the office of the clerk of said court his complaint against said defendants and also the fall Davit of a competent person that said action is or to foreclose a mortgage on certain real estate in Warren county Indiana. And that the defendants. The unknown heirs representatives Devisees legatees and distributes successors and assigns of Khoda Jane Towrey deceased and their respective or wives. William Scott Lowrey. The children of William Scott Lowrey whose Christian names Are unknown John , the children of John Lowrey whose Christian names Are unknown Permilla bold a the children of Permilla Bolln whose Christian names Are unknown Amanda Beach the children of Amanda Beach whose Christian names Are unknown Mary Mirabili the children of Mary Ora Bill whose Christian names Are unknown Robert k. Leach Richard t. Becali William s. Bolin Sarah a. , Martha Kayfield the heirs representatives Devisees legatees executors administrators Liu bands wives receivers lessees successors and assigns of each Ollie above named defendants and All persons claiming from through or under each and All of the above named defendants Kus Tachin Ash known As so ster Sustache Mother Superior of tie ii aint Anthoney s Home in the City of Lafayette Cletus of zem Brath. Are each and All non residents of the state of Indiana. Said non resident defendants Are tii Refore hereby notified of the Pendency of said suit and that said cause will stand for trial at the april term of said court. 1912, and that unless said defendants appear and answer or demur to said complaint on the 19th Day of said term being the 13tii Day of May 1912, to be Holden at the court House in Williamsport in said county and state beginning on the fourth monday in said month the same will be heard and determined in their absence. Witness my hand and the Seal of said court affixed at office in Wiliams Seal port Indiana this 21st Day of March 1912. John k. Rat Emorit. Clerk. Ken st Okky Deputy. Mar. 22, 1912-\v4. Journey s end. Here s the Emiil of roaming Gyp so love o Miuji Here s the i lice to Settle while the world goes by Here the fire is burning Here the Lump s Ashine Here s a spot to cling to till the Clay we die toss aside your bundle throw your staff away snuggle to the fireside in the warm soft Gloam. Here s the end of roving Here s the place to stay Here is quiet shelter Here s the port of Home Here s the end of dreamland Here s the place of rest Here s our Little cottage where the roses blow what to us Are breezes singing of the West what to us Are voices that we used to know yet the Road was merry yet the life m As Sweet How the firelight flickers on the cottage floor Here s the end of travel for our weary feet Here s the end of roaming till we roam once More a Bertoti Braley in Munsey s Magazine. Stansbury amp Billings attorneys for plaintiff non resident notice. Trustee s notice. Notice is hereby Given that i will be in my office at my Home in Warren township on tuesday and Friday of each week f the transaction of township business. James p. Brow trustee Warren township. W. H. Cox attorney for administer matrix. Non resident notice. Is unique masonic ceremony. For the first time in 2,000 years the ceremony of laying the Keystone of an Arch will be performed by califor Nia masons at san Diego this april Harvest lacks in bushels it makes up in 10,000 gorgeously attired main satisfaction and experience and Hopes for better things another year. And the next year the better things come and the next year better still. Let the boys and the girls dream and May the dreams grow greater with the passing years. With buoyant spirits and a Joy in living that misfortune can not Dull they will see these dreams come True and fail Only to climb to a higher Success. It looks like a crime to sep rate a boy from a Box of Buck Len s Arnica Salve. His pimples boils scratches knocks sprains and bruises demand it and its Quick re if for Burns scalds or Cut is his right. Keep it Handy for boys also girls. Heals everything sealable and does it Quick. Unequalled for piles. Only 25 cents at Winger s drug store. Sons will be present to take part in the ceremonies. The Keystone will be placed in the memorial Arch of the Panama California International exposition at the Laurel Street Entrance of the exposition grounds. The grand chapter Royal Arch masons will be in session at san Diego at that time and will place the Keystone assisted by the grand commander. Knights Templar. Extensive preparations Are being made in san Diego to entertain visitors on this occasion. State of Indiana Waughen county in the Warren circuit court april term u 12. A Mary Imurphy. Administer matrix of tie estate of Gano Murphy. , is. Mary Murihy it al. To George d. Murphy and Minnie Murphy his wife William it. Murhy and Ella Murphy his wife Mary .1. Byrd and Edward Byrd her husband Fannie h. Sid Deus and Edward saddens. Her husband Ada e. Smith and Edward Smith her husband Stella Hoover and Seth 11. Hoover her husband. You Are hereby severally notified that the above named Petitioner As Ollie estate of said Iano Murphy deceased has filed in the circuit court of Warren county Indiana a petition making you defendants thereto and praying therein for an order and decree of said court Antii Orling the Sale of certain real estate belong Ink to the estate of said decedent and in said petition described to make assets for the payment of the debts and liabilities of said estate and has also averred under oath in said petition that you Are non residents of the state of Indiana and that you and each of you Are necessary parties to said proceedings and Itiat said petition so led and which is now pending is set for hearing in said circuit it ourt at tie courthouse in the town of Williamsport Indiana on the quot til Day of May 1912, the same being the 14th Lud Iclal Day of the Verll term. 1912, of the Warren circuit court and unless you be and appear at said time and place said i Eltion will be Theani and determined in your absence. Witness. The clerk and Seal of said court seat this 20th Day of March. 1912. John f. Riteno Uii clerk of Warren circuit court. April 4, 1912-w4. State of Indiana o. Walk in Cul nov j in the Warren circuit court to april term 1912. Laruie k. Thauley is. Frank Man left al al. Beit Hemet baked that of this 27th Day of March a. D. 1912, t in above named Pla Lutier by Stansbury it Lilly bugs his , filed in the Ollie of the clerk of said court his complaint against said dete Dauts and also the affidavit of a competent j or son that said action is to try determine and quiet the title to certain real estate situate in Warren county Indiana and that each of the defendants Are necessary parties to said action and that the defendants b rank Man Elf. Mcnurl. The wife or widow of Frank Mcalli the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of i Ank Mcnuff. The unknown legatees of the unknown wife or widow of Frank Man ii Maggie Mcniff Mcalli husband of Maggie Man Ltd. The a known heirs of Mcniff. Husband of Maggie Mcnill. The unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of Maggie Mcnill Peter 11. Zehring. Zehring the wife or widow o i Eter 15. Zehring the unknown heirs legatees and Devisee i of i Eter b. Zehring. The unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of the unknown widow of i Eter b. Zehring and Frank met Niff ii Assignee of i Eter b. Zehring Are non re of the state of Indiana. Said non resident defendants Are therefore hereby notified of the Pendency of said suit and that said cause will stand for trial at the april term of said court. 1912, and that unless said defendants appear and answer or demur to said complaint on the 27th Day of said term to be Holden at the court House in the town of Williamsport. In said county and state beginning on the fourth Monde in said ii nth the s Ime will be heard and determined in their absence. Witness. My hand and Seal of said court affixed at my office in Williamsport. Skai in said county and slate this the 27th Day of March 1912. A Lolin f. Ill Enoltt. Clerk. Mar. 28, 1912-w4. Stansbury amp Billings attorneys for plaintiff non resident notice. Titis acc s notice notice is hereby Given that my office Days for the transaction of township business vill be Friday of each week. My office will be at my grocery store in slate line. J. L. Cavanaugh to Vitioe of Kent township. Administrator s Sale of land. Notice is hereby Given that on saturday april 20, 1912, at ten o clock a. Ni., at the Law office of Tohn j. Half in Williamsport Indiana the undersigned administrator of the estate of Grover c. Campbell. . Will sell the following real estate for tie purpose of making assets to pay the debts of said Grover c. Campbell. The East half of the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section twelve 12. Township Twenty one 21 North Range ten 10 West in Warren county Indiana. Terms of Salvo said real estate will be sold at private Sale for not less than the value thereof. I lor one half of the Purchase Price Cash in 1 hand. A credit of six months will be Given on the deferred payments the same to draw i six per cent interest from Date of Sale All to be evidenced by the a purchaser s note Wall Uig Relief and providing for attorney fees. The purchaser will receive a certificate of Purchase entitling him to a deed on making full payment. I John j. Halu administrator of the estate of Grover c. Campbell deceased. Mar. 28.19xa-w4. State of Indiana wait in county j in tie Warren circuit court to april term 1912. Frank by Siig is. Holden Sisson it al. Be it remembered that on this 2 the Day of March a. 1. 1912, the above named plaint for by Stansbury amp Billings his attorneys. Filed in the office of the clerk of said county his complaint in said cause against said defendants and also the All Davit of competent person that said action is brought to try. Determine and quiet the title to certain real estate in Warren county and the state of Indiana and that the defendants named in said cause Holden Sisson the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of Holden Sisson Sisson the unknown wife of Holden Sisson and the unknown , legatees and Devisees of Sisson the unknown wife of Holden Sisson Levi Cronkhite the unknown . Legatees and Devisees of Levi Cronkhite Cronkhite the unknown wife or widow of i i Cronkhite and the u known heirs legatees and Devisees of the unknown widow of Levi Cronkhite Joseph lowing the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of Joseph Ewing Ewing the Unknow i widow of Joseppi Ewing and the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of tiie unknown widow of Joseppi Ewing Kendall is Hankland the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of Kendall Shankland Shankland. The unknown widow of Kendall is Hankland. And the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of the unknown widow of Kendall Shankland Edward , the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of Edward Tonshay Kors Hay. The unknown widow of Edward fors Liay and the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of the unknown widow of Edward Forshay Melton m. Mcneil Robert Ai. Ramsey the unknown heirs of Robert m. La Wimsey Kamsey the widow of Robert Ai. Ramsey and the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of the Uii known widow of Robert m. the unknown husband of Seely Hetfield deceased and the unknown heirs legatees and Devisees of the unknown husband of Seely Hetfield deceased Are non residents of the state of Indiana. Said non resident defendants Are tii Refore hereby notified of the Pendency of said suit and that said cause will stand for trial at the april term of said court 1912, and that unless said defendants appear and answer or demur to said complaint on the 27th Day of said term to be Holden at the court House in Williamsport in said county and state beginning on the fourth monday in said month the same will be heard and determined in their absence. Witness my hand and the Seal of said court Allied at Ollice in Willlams skai.port Indiana this 26th Day of March 1912. John f. Ritenour clerk Warren circuit court. Mar. 28, i912-w4.i John j. Hall s attorney at Law will practice in nil the court in civil and other cases Gss Assw r

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