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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - April 15, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana Warren county t. A. Ollk Tokkie a to Rand publisher. A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Quot Home first the world afterwards �1.10 i Etc ear vol. Vii Williamsport. Warren Cottney. Indi an a. Thu Day april 15 i �97 not Makr 16. Professional cards. Staws bum amp Stephens. I i 6t-Szsr y a r so office Odd Fellows Block. . Kosport. . W. B. Durborow. Office Over jud\"8 grocery. Williams poet ind. Hanly by Aden amp Billings. Law insurance and abstracts. A a office Hanly bloc. Williams poet in. Of Bogige a. A Jua cts Loans amp insurance. Offi Ico Over auditor s office in Coart House. . W. L. Iia Bouilin a Aye office front room Over review Filco. Williams Post into. O. L. Win Lis he Law insurance realty. Office ind door in Odd Fellows Block. Willial sport ind. Sutton amp Micak lawyers office old Bank building. Williams poet. Ind. C. V. A Cadams Law year. Office opposite court House Williams poet ind. Stakes amp Kingeak. 1_awamd la Mil if Tamse. Office Over state Bank Williamsport id. Dentist of. John d. Special attention to tie preservation of the Nii Tural Teeth. Painless extracting by the Best and most approved local attest Lietins. W Post Lebanon every wednesday Home office in Lanly Block. Trustees notice. Trubek s notice. 1 will beat Independence on saturday of each week Lor the transaction of township business David Benson Warren township trustee trustee s notice. I will be found at my Home of lace in Liberty township on wednesday of each week for the transaction of township business. F. L. Olak i Liberty township trustee. V trustee s notice. 1 will be at my Home of Lee three Miles South West of Green Hill in Medina township on wednesday of each week for the transaction of township business. John , trustee. Legal notices. Stan Slinky it i Saint air. St punks attorneys for non resident r notice. The state of Indiana a Khan county. I n the Warron circuit a cart May term a. Ii 7. Isaiah f. Tharp 1 car Dine c. Hanson and Martha Shields is. 1 Elizabeth Ford. Ford Frederick Shields Llu Ssell 11. Hanson James m. Tharp. Martin Oija a Isaiah Aniis Troni Van Buren Armstrong i Clarence Armstrong Ada Good risk Uhn Goodrich la Lillie c. Sexton Thomas Sexton Martha f. Holtz Charles Holtz a William j. Mont and Andrew j. Mong. Be it remembered Liat on this list a of y March a. Dis a Quot the above named plaintiffs by Sta Asbury amp Stephens their attorneys libel ill thi Dille of the clerk of said court Liis complaint Afi inst said defendants together with an Atli Davit of a competent person that the defendants Lillie Sexton gliomas Sexton Artlia f. Holtz and Hailes Holtz Are non a of the state of 1 Indiana and said suit is to partition real estate in said county. Said non resident Delem lants Are therefore hereby notified of the p mid ency of said suit and that said cause will stand for trial at the May term of said court 1897 and that unless said defendants appear and answer or demur to said complaint on the 21th Day of May 1.ssi7, the same will be heard and determined in their ii sence. Witness my hand and the Seal of said court Allied at of lace in Williamsport Indiana on this iii st Day of March a. D., 1s97. Al y John g. Mecord clerk. H. C. Johnson Deputy. Quot i i it i j. Ii live ill i local news. See Bittie Luppold s new line of Spring capes. For be repairs of All kinds go to Luppold amp Blondie. Two weeks until the town Elk c a tion. The boys Are getting ready. New goods in every department at the new Gem store Williams port Indiana. If your wheel goes wrong take it to Gus. Broadie he will repair it of Short order. The review is the medium in which to announce your candidacy. Only $1 in Advance. See the Fine Enster display at the new Gem store. Williamsport e. A. Biggs proprietor. This office is the place to get your horse Bills and advertising. Don t forget it horsemen. A heavy Thunder storm passed Over this Section Between one and two o clock monday night. A Heel very Nice wheels at Luppold amp Broadie s. J. Frank Mcdermand is in new York buying dry goods and carpets for the big store Attica. Bettio Luppold is cutting Price in millinery goods. Do not fail to see the hat and get a bargain. A Good iii due Shade 7 feet Long Best Spring roller for 10 cents at j. Frank Mcdermand a Attica. Pasture to let out three and one half Miles South West of Williamsport. James Stewa it. We Call your attention to the horse Quot and Quot of Dawson Hou Jit found in this Issue. Read it carefully. Bettie Luppold is closing out a lot of last summer s shallies sateen and other dress goods at half Price. Men s working shoes one of our specialities in the Gem shoe . A. Biggs Williamsport. All the latest styles in pattern hats bonnets baby Caps and ribbons at Anna Mears millinery store. Have just the material for your horse and Sale Bills. Also see our line of cuts for Bills and cards. Fine easter styles of hats bonnets Etc at Anna Mears millinery store. Prices away Down. See them. For rent a eighty acres of Good Blue grass pasture for the . H. Cottingham Independence ind. All Kvool carpets Choice designs at 35 cents per Yard Only at j. Frank Mcdermond a Attica where it pays you to Trade. Swisher Bros shipped a Fine lot of hogs from this Point monday. They were purchased from adjoining Farn ers. The special Low prices for april As advertised Are taking the people to j. Frank Mcdermond a Attica. Go and see for yourself. If you was to see that Fine line of matting and carpets at the Boston store Williamsport you would. Not rest until you had one of them we Call your attention this week to the change of of c. L. Mcelhaney of Marshfield. You miss a bargain if you Over look him. R. H. Ivins has rented the Thomas room Corner 1st and Mon Roe where he has opened a Justice s office and his shoe shop. Call on him. The choicest line of Silks Ever shown in Western Indiana from 18 Yards up Only at j. Frank Mcdermond a Attica. Go and see them. A number of boys engaged in a three cornered horse Trade on the Street tuesday. All seemed to enjoy it and each got a better horse. All Wool dress goods very Choice patterns at 25 cts. A yd., up Only at j. Frank Mcdermond a Attica it would pay you to see them. A. H. Haun mrs. Amanda Wakeman and James Armstrong have greatly improved their lawns and terraces by leveling and sodding them. Vwe want you to read Frank Moore s new in this paper. See Page 5. He offers you something free for the a Upolu contained amp Broadie will sell you the latest improved wheel for less Money and on better terms and Attica. He was out of work Han any body. Call and see their and despond but. Ide display. I do not claim to have the biggest store on Earth but do claim to give \ he Best goods for the least Money at the new Gem store a Illiams port India Quot a. Wanted a a Good Man to sell our King sickle and tool grinder Warren county. Big profits. Address the Union foundry amp mfg. Co., Dayton Ohio. Note the change found in the Quot and Quot of the Quot double store Quot grocery opposite the court House. New and rare bargains Are quoted read or. Fox s Quot and Quot. Bettie Luppold is offering the West prices in millinery this season that were Ever Given. D a not fail to gee the elegant pattern lats just received from Chicago. Easter services will be held at Elm Grove sunday morning at he usual sunday school hour. An dig interesting programme has been at arranged and All Are invited to lend. Lost pair Gold spec tical last wednesday Between Williamsport and Geo. Butler s farm. Finder will be rewarded by leaving the same at this office or to John Carlson. Justice r. H. Ivins United in marriage at his office in this place last thursday Harry Templeton and i s Minnie Swank both of this county. The review wishes them Well. For Sale or Trade a i have a two Story Frame House and barn two lots with Orchard which i will Ell or Trade on most reasonable terms. Call on w. S. Sutton or Oliver Nice. There will be preaching services at the presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning instead of the evening As is usual. No services at night. All please note the change for next sunday. Our readers and All Farmers will carefully read the big Quot to Quot steel Post Quot and Quot found on Page seven of this Issue. It is something new and one of the Best things in the Fence line on the Market. Paper your room for a $1.00, yes for 75 or 50 cents just As the notion strikes you. To learn How see Cottingham the Wall paper Man. He beats the Best of them of Avail paper. Star clothing store. For Sale a few agricultural implements consisting of plows harrows planters Etc., which wish to close out will sell at Cost. C. W. Day. Hedrick ind. Boots and shoes. §2.00 buys any i air of shoes in my store for either ladies or men. I have the Best bargains Ever of ered on footwear at the new Gem bargain . A. Biggs Williamsport ind. E. L. Hottenstein hardware Man talks to you through a new this week. He always has up to Date goods the Best and plenty of them. Look Over his on Page two and Call on him. The Stone company is now operating the Quarry in Good Force and getting out an extra tine Quality of Stone for building and Bridge purposes. The Quarry is proving to be one of the City s Best interests. 1 he ladies of the Christian Church will hold an easter social in the Haun room. Opera House Block saturday evening of this week. Every body is invited to come and take supper and have a Good time. An unknown Blacksmith was hanging at the water tank in Alyin tuesday morning. In Hedrick monday he applied for work and stated he had worked in this place Don t forget while in town to visit the Star clothing store and look Over the line of Wall paper shown by Cottingham the Wall paper Man. He is Selling out at Cost and offers extra inducements in All grades of Wall paper. The time is Here to begin to think Arian ii g for decoration exercises. There is some talk of inviting the Rev. A Rodgers of Pine Village to make one of the addresses Here. A better selection could not be made. J. W. Ammerman has rented the Ridenour room and will fit up the same and furnish it in the most modern style for a Barber shop moving into the same in the near future John Avill have an elegant place when All has been put in order. Change the completion of your Walls while you have an of Portuni to of getting the paper cheap. Never before has there been such inducements offered As now. Pat erns Complete and up to Date no old Stock. Cottingham the Wall paper Man. David Fauber formerly of this county died at his Home in Chicago last wednesday. The funeral services occurred from his residence on saturday he was a relative of i. Tayler of this place and Well known in Steuben township. Get a copy of the leaflet Quot How to make Home of Cottingham the Wall paper Man. Wall paper for the Pailor bed rooms Dinning room Halls or Kitchen and a lot cheaper than Ever before. Star clothing store Williams ort. Taking this remedy As soon As the first symptoms of the disease appear. 25 and 50 cent bottles for Sale by Armstrong amp Swank druggists. Our Fisherman under the new Law catch it hard. Nothing but a pole and line vow goes and the t line must not have Over three Hooks on it. If our boys Are Mace to strictly adhere to the Law they should also each constitute himself a vigilance commit e o one. The Law Hov Ever if properly informed will make Good sport in a few years fur pole and line fishing. Homer Smith one of Prairie township s rising Young men and also one of tie county s brightest teachers has entered the Law office of ii ii. W. B. Durborow of this City and in now delvin<.-, daily deep into the Nii series of Blackstone. Homer is a Model student and in Dir his efficient Tutor is Siu a to achieve a High degree of Success. We heartily extend to Jinni our hand in Best wishes. The Hasty bros., comedy co., in the wild Goose Chase a speared Here at the opera Louse wednesday night. Every one of the company Are got d ind the play was mirth throughout. Prominent throughout. Among the performers m is miss Frank Cameron one of Williams port s Well known Young people she has been with the company some time and sustained her part throughout to perfection. Her is Ecial ties were Fine and took Well. The town election this time promises a vigorous contest. There Are already a number of candidates in the Field and a mass convention of the citizens is called for tomorrow at 2 00 p. M., in the of. A Clayton transacted business in Danville 111., monday. A Hon j. Frank haul did business in this place monday. A Hon. E. F. Mccabe transacted business in Lafayette monday. A John Hopkins was in this place looking after interests monday. A will Clifton spent sunday with relatives and friends at Newtown. A Joseph Goudy of Mound transit cited business in this place tuesday. I Esher Weidell Amnier was in own tuesday. He is now a resident of Puiri. A William newel of Steuben was in this place wednesday look i in after in interests. A Harry Evans sr., of Jordan was in this place monday look iii Ai ter business interests. A Hon. A. L. Rabourn and Elias had Legal business in Crawford ile tuesday. A Peter m. Rodgers of Mound was in this place last saturday attending to business interests. A mrs. C. L. Harper and children went to White county to vist friends wednesday morning. A Henry Rossiter of Prairie was in town wednesday. He is one of the county s Best citizens. A lion iii Cobb and j. Decamp of Pine Village called while in this place paying taxes last saturday. A Hon. C. V. Mcadams transacted be al business in Fowler and o Boswell the Early part of the week. A John f. Wagner of Pine Village was Down monday paying urt House. The candidates in we have just put m the latest a improved machinery tor making shed. Ross Wil Liam Moore and William Hains ice Cream As Good As the Best and we ask your patronage. On orders of three Gallons or More 80 cents per gallon. All Orde 8 delivered at your door. Frank Welch Welch s bakery and restaurant. The ladies of the Christian Church at their easter festival will furnish a full Sun per to All that come for ten cents. You will l e served with cake and Cream also should you prefer it to supper for fifteen cents. All Are invited to attend. Remember the Dace in the Haun room. E. L. Hottenstein s hardware store is this week undergoing a thorough renovating White washing. Painting scrubbing the Woodwork Etc. De. Says when he gets through he will turn the Brush and give himself a Daub dutch wants one and All to come and see him largest Stock Best goods and prices within the reach of All. T. C. Powell and Robe t Hall were recently appointed by the county commissioners As justices of the peace for this township. One vacancy existed from the fact that or. Hall failed to qualify when elected and the other was occasioned by the death of the late s. C. Fisher. Neither gentlemen have As yet received their commission. The entertainment Given at the Assembly room by mrs. Charlotte Scott under the auspices of the Epworth league was Only fairly attended. The Gross receipts were $17.50 and of this the speaker received s15 00 and her expenses while Here. The entertainment consisted of humorous recitations character sketches and songs and was very Fine. It will be an agreeable Surprise to persons subject to attacks of bilious Colic to learn that prompt Relief May be had by taking Chamberlain s Colic cholera and Diar Rhea remedy. In Many instances the attack May be prevented by for the third Ward vol Correll Welt. Alexander and John Fox for clerk John c Stephens ant John a. Hatton. For marshal j c. Russell and James Anderson All Are Good men but Only four o them can be elected it is evident during the Winter of 1893, f. M Martin of Long reach West a a. Contracted a severe cold which Lof him with a cough. In speaking o How he cured it he says Quot i inset several kinds of cough syrup by found no Relief until i bought a bottle of Chamberlain s cough remedy which relieved me almost instantly and in a Short time brought about a Complete when troubled with a cough or cold use this remedy and you will not find it necessary to try several kinds be re you get Relief. It has been in the Market for Over Twenty years and constantly grown in favor and popularity. For Sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by Armstrong amp Swank personal. I a Mel. Akers was in town monday. A Josie Heilman spent sunday at Home. James Warrick was in town monday. A Lee Butler was in Danville tuesday. A Bud Patterson of Prairie was in tuesday. A Samuel Abolt drove Down saturday afternoon. A Guy Sutton of Purdue spent sunday at Home. A commissioner w o o d h a m s drove Down monday. A a. P James and family spent wednesday in Lafayette a Wash. Hackney was among our callers monday morning. Taxes Ami Loo Iang after business interests. A mrs. Mary _ Stewart of West Lebanon came up monday morning to transact business and Call on friends. A a. H. Haun has been quite ill for several Days past with stomach trouble. He is now Able to be about a in. A Wilson , John James a. R. Mckinnis and others of Medina transacted business in this place saturday. A or. And mrs. John g. Eberle of Pino Village were in the City transacting business and calling on friends. A Thomas a Brown of Independence was in this place wednesday paying taxes and shaking hands with friends. A. V. H ill yer of Pine is at Home from the Hospital at Indiana Olis at least temporarily. His health is much improved. A Post master ebb of West Lebanon Vas in this place wednesday visiting his brother and looking Afton Intel ests a a. Brown of Rainsville made us a pleasant Call saturday. Or. Brown is a Man on the Square and an exenia Liary citizen. A Henry Johnson and miss Millie returned from Chicago and the North West where they have been visiting. Monday night. A a. P. Burghart and son of Mound made this office a a peasant Call while in this place tuesday trading and looking after interests. A George Statzell father of sheriff Statzell was in this Pla a wednesday looking after taxes and visiting his son. He kindly remembered us with a pleasant Call a judge Rabb wont to Logan sport tuesday morning to hold court in Cass county for a couple of Days. The judge is acquiring a wine and deserved reputation As a Jurist. A Hon. M h. , of Laramie Wyo and his Niece miss Mamie canutt of Rosedale Kansas both former residents of this county visited Philip Kadel and family last week. Of a is a in in a the. A j w

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