Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
5 Aug 1897

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5 Aug 1897

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - August 5, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana The Eevi new we Letam sport my August 5, Leo t. In a a wedding etiquette. groomsmen and take so wed a Piug favors at the Clerch. It is note worthy How frequently children Are Bosen to act As bridesmaids and Paes. Abroad it Lias become an established custom to Hao pages in attendance even at so called quiet a weddings one fir two As the Case May be. Occasionally at smart weddings As Many As four images accompany four Little Bride aids and thus follow the hide. This fashion of choosing children obviates the necessity of the elder Sisters of a Bride acting As bridesmaids when there is a disparity of age or when there Are several Sisters still unmarried and the Youn est is the Bride elect. Be bides it is considered More picturesque to include pretty children in the bridal group than to live Only Young ladies in and out i f their teens. The nearest relatives of tie Bride and bridegroom Are chosen for this of inc tie children of the married Brothers and married Sisters or of favorite cousins. It is always considered a compliment to be asked to officiate As bridesmaids by the girl friends of a Bride and Vith her it rests to decide upon the bridesmaids dresses color and style but although these dresses Are generally made by the same dressmakers yet the expense is not borne by the parents of the Bride but by the parents of the bridesmaids severally. It is also the custom to invite the friends of the bridegroom to act As groomsmen. Formerly this title was considered bad style and was not applied to any of the bridegroom s friends and supporters. Their duties Are almost nil As the lest Man undertakes All that is required to be done on the bridegroom s behalf. The old fashioned wedding favor is now a thing of the past and even the Floral buttonhole bouquets a which superseded it Are fast following in Wake at Many smart Iddings no a wedding favors of any kind being Given to the guests. For one thing it takes up to much time to distribute buttonhole bouquets to a very Large number of guests and thus it is More occasionally than generally done. The bridesmaids and pages should wait the Brizie s arrival at the Entrance inside the Church ranged on either Side and should then close up in the order in which it was previously arranged that hey should walk. The bridegroom and Best Man should on the contrary await the Bride s coming with the clergy. The relatives and friends of the Bride and bridegroom should on arrival take the seats allotted to them on either Side of the Nave the bridegroom s friends on the right hand Side the Bride s on the left. Stylos in veil. Some of the milliners prophesied this Toason that lie Short veil reaching just Over the nose would be worn again with or spy toques and capote but if they Are Younng they have not yet appeared according to the new York Tribune Wheeli says veils Are certainly growing unobtrusive although one is no longer confined to Mere Black or White. Tulle which tones in with the a married. School Schlos skiis Cronk Hite in Attica on wednesday july 28, by Rev. W. Wilmer William e. Beh Losser and miss Dessie e. Cronkhite. J both of War in county. 8jukv�?vise�?in William sport i Bui iday aug. 1, by Rev. W. Vvil-1 Iner Franklin Shuey and Melvina j Vise Lith of \villiam3p0rt. Cure your stomach. You can Jui Ekly do this by using Soith America Nervine. It can cure every ease of weak stomach in tiie world. It always cures never fails. It knows no failure. It will Gladden your heart and put Sunshine in our life. It is a most surprising cure. A weak stomach and broken nerves will drag j of Down to death. Houth american Nervine will help you immediately. No failures always cures never disappoints. Lovely to take. Sold by a. , druggist. Williamsport ind. . Esta i k transfers. Total. 50. Ill Vick . General scheme of the toilet is better liked for Dressy ctr Sions than is Plain or Dotti in net. The Dut cd nets Are still in favor for a Lidwig lists and wit i a Businesslike Cimisi inn. Their by coming ness and al Mility in cd Imine Lucks of hair is undeniable. The authority quoted illustrates a tulle veil with appliqued Olgr a Cardinal Chenille veil and a Tullu veil Voith self coloured souffle spots. Strawberry Slitor take. Allow a pint of flour a leaping Tea spoonful of baking powder and Orten ing the size of an egg for each cake sift the powder thoroughly into the flour rub in the lard and Salt. Make a soft dough with Sweet milk Roll and bake on a pie pan split and butter Well. Have re airy a quart of strawberries and three fourths of a cupful of sugar. Divide the berries Between the Middle and top of the cake Rinkle the sugar Over them and set Roth sugar and Cream. James to Wilmain. Acres in Meil Aua Tow. I a a William Lowies to Dania and Ito a Mali in state Lino City a. A. I d. Lii iii t Lair us Wysong in ish ii Jan tp., com. Dora howls to Artlia Frankenbery Del n acres in Lili erty tp., q. C. D. ,. A Lohn slip crops to Benj. Calloway in won , w. A. Isaac 8tatzell to Toliu Mills Acrey in Pine tp., Slie rift s a. A in iii p. Andy it Alto Central state Hank 20 acres in Jordan township q. C. A. Daniel Waymire to Fredarics Way Nile 10 acres la Independence w. A. Mattie Watts to Hettie Luppold i quot quot a in Liberty tp.,c. C. A. Theorge 11 to Wesley Whicker in steel in to. Craw font to Scott Norton in West Lebanon a. A. Marv in Reditt to Marion k. Taylor in i ine Villal e. I. C a. Jolius k. Sah to Marion Taylor in Pine Village a. A. Martha Frauk Enberger to Dora Bow us acres in Liberty Tordet Reo. Susanah Liren Iier to h. W. Brenner 1-0 acres in Washington q. C. A. Cattherine lii an to Archt Boyd quot in acres in Stein men tp., w a. Newton Mcclure to Sarah c. Mcc hire acres in Liberty to. Com a. �1, 1. Billings comr. To Martha Krank Einberger old acres in Liberty to. I of. A n. Williams to Murphy Murphy to arces in Kent to a. A. C. Williams to Edward Hin Dolds in a Euhen tiia c. A. Laura Crouch to Margret Etnire join res in Washington to. A. D a co 00 a s40.00 1300.00 .00 120.10 u report of receipts and expenditures on i account of special Schudlt of Coli by the trustee of Washington township i Warien county Indiana from augus Nishti to August -j.lmit. . Aug hand at Date of last report. I dec. 24. Isfan amount received from c Mountj treasurer. Luivie if Isitt. Amount received from county treasurer. Total receipts up Cial school fund. Total since last a it port. Balance on hand. . 18h. Us. Al w. A Graham classification Register. Aug. E. Kent express on l 00ks a a aug. 22, George Kingle for Wood aug. 21, Harry , mowing school Yards. Sep. Franklin i publishing co., school supplies. Sept. 20,e. Kent express supplies. Sept. Ii William Howard blowing school Vard. Sept. 12 Losh. Taylor scrubbing school House and repairs. Sept. 12, Logan Etnire scrubbing two school houses. Sept. 10, John h. Messner towling for schools.2. Sept. 10, Marion stump Dippier for sept. 10, a. H. Gemmer county maps. I .5ii sept. 2. Peter Lartz whitewashing school House. F ii a sept. 20, Chas. He Holg Rei airs on school House. 1.2. I sept. Lune Sipes. For ood. 15.ti dec . Hanson for song books. I.5u dec. Lohn Luppold repairing pump. I a .�7. Feb. 2ii. D. Violle school visitor 5,2, mar. 1,1, v Essie Swisher attending six i not tintes. 12.oo mar. I Blanche Ludy attending six i not suites. 12,00 1 8i> it. Dec Fri Strong a Swank Chalk Schird supplies,7. I a is 7. Too to is 1.00 101 cot ate tit shoe lace Ai just , simple perfect and free in All men s shoes. Sold by Arch. E. Ray Attica a my. 00 1,00 1.0 1 .50 5.110 cannot be bought of any other House in the two counties. Mar. 2. Xxi ,-. 7. d of tuition l Imd 20-50 sc.\1m.\kv. Sc.\1m.\kv. I inn. 1 of t i i pts. Sex. Uni twi Islip fund a $ tuition la al i i 1 1 1 .71 7mi,u s in Lunil Rind ,i7 in 1.71 Rigail Fumi Unni Dpi Flinoil id total 21 .",0. Is i Vici cd1 it of tic . Onice 52 Cihiy it �2, i Lio iid ii township 2 i quot Dii National 15iiay 2,, total. A 1iu,0 1 i �10 ii ii 00 240.00 feb 25, d. K. Butt three brooms ,. Feb. 27, Warren county lumber co., lumber and Coal. Mar. 20. Udani Tingle Wood. April 21. Buries Burgenson repairs on school House door. May Adam Bingle Wood. May 15, Lane . Lury 2, Kent express. July 1a Cipolle examination papers and Ioor Book. Luly 0, Alice Thouis attending six institutes. 1,2 1 Oil i. I ii i 1,111 12,011 Makl la it i Liconsi. A John Lawson and Amanda Swanson. .1. Marion Chaldee and Bessie Walsh. Wade Porior and Josie Kod Burtus. Walter Myers and Anna Thomas. Sidney Kennedy and ire Daliy. A. Wagoner and Minnie Sellars. Abraham Yannatta to Jane vim Strong. Franklin gliomas and Sarah Cook w. A Winters unit Mary Stutson. Dovilas Cole and Mary Mcellaney. William sch lesser and Dessie Cronkhite a on. Iones and Santa b. Baily. Franklin and Molvina Vise. Thl Styfs re Post. Washington township. Total. 202, report of count of Lic seipts Luck expenditures on a Road tax find or to or / in con to. Quot 1, Charles Walkin. Trustee of Washington tii Wiship. In said county do solemnly swear t hat t iii report i. 1 Rue and Correct As 1 verily believe. Ill i is Watkins trustee. Subscribed and Sunru to Lief re me this 2nd of aug list let ii. W. 11. , Zdilor Warren county examined and App Niril by us this 2nd Dav of a Gist 1-07. K. C. Link Cood. Ii Miv . .i.\.\1ks c. . I ,-< Cal Wariti drop of Ink Mamake a million think we would drop a Wise word to interest j of for your own Good recommending the my a Thorney it r Plain Itile. Sheriff s Sale by the trustee of Wasi comity Indiana trom 2, 1s07, Lington towns ii i. Wai big is. Soil to a aug Floii aii umut of last report. Dec 24, Imp amount on nth treasurer. June i. A -it7, amount comity treasurer i on hand at Date run ust Rece veil from receive to from Walii Nifton township trustee Piort to the of Warren county Indiana by l i Arlo Watkins trustee. La report of account of Kun Ceiplis and expenditures on township find Lithe trustee Wiirre ii county o aug. 2, 1,07. Of Washington township i Dlana from aug is of tills Liat and Trio other. Corded mohair one of the French this season. Still diamonds and roman pearls were never in greater demand than at the present time. Among the decided novelties Are umbrella and parasol handles in Gan Metal enriched with gems. An inappropriate and expensive Fash ion comes from eng had. It is that of a wearing White gloves for bicycling. A variety of Light Green stones classed As semiprecious Are effectively utilized in dragon flies and hot Terilia for hair and dress decoration. The Ascot tie made of striped or plaid Madras in a combination us of Brilliant colors is very Natty when work with a tailor made coat. A hat May be tilted Down Over the brow or turned Back Over the hair in front turned up at both sides or Only on one Side or have a straight round or Flat brim. The trimmings on tie new skirts Are almost As varied As the decoration on the bodices and flounces frills Ruches Noks cording and rows of ribbons i oui a on All the thin materials. Be Ceil to. Aug a. Isoo amount on hand at Itati of last i port. ? a Lune , 1.v.i7. Amount received from county treasurer. Total fund. Total i quot up and itunes since last report. Balance on hand. . 1 six. Us. A w. H. Stephens earing to i port. I aug. 21, John Gregory. Publishing report. Ilei. 21, Jesse Swisher supervisors work. win Swank supervisors work.0� 201.21 22. Of i0.40 i8�7. Mar. 0. Willis cart a burying dead Stock. Aug 2, Charles Watkins services As trustee. Total. 11, on a �o.20 14.70 20.00 1 of 240.00 i0.40 be porn of account of la a Ceiplis and expenditures on fit Noby the trustee of Washington township Waren county Indiana from August soil to August 2, a i7. . i i amount on Handu Date of last report. Sep. , amount received from treasurer. Dec. 21. Is ii amount received from comity treasurer. Be i. So 07. Amount received from county to easier Rune 111. Is .i7. Amount received from county Treasur tir. Transferred from dog fund. Total receipts tuition fund. Expenditures paid out since last report. Bali Ince on hand. . Ikiri. Lila Che Judy teaching \ Essa Swisher teaching Blanche Ludy teaching a Lic it i Thomas teaching l0 15 114.20 237. Tiu iri2.4ii �?�2.s4.74 �?�20.50 1014.71 780.00 oct. 10, school oct. 21, school nov. 17, school dec 5. School 7 feb. I Alice Thomas school teaching. Fid. 0, Blanche Judy teaching tool. Mar. 1. Vossa Swisher teaching school. Mar. 1, Blanche Judy teaching school. July 30, Alice Tuomala teaching �2 14.74 �10. Co �0.00�.go so,00 40.00 200,00 130,00 total Keck tiits Road tax fund. Total expenditures since last report. Balance on hand. i. Us k. Clarles Burgens ii. Blasting Rock. Us. Is Joseph stump. Stone work. Quot 22, Chas. Burgenson Stone work. Quot 20. Rthur set nip Stone work. Quot 20, Iosiph stump for Rock. Sept. 10. , Stone work quot Lesse Swisher Lifbor Highway quot quot Job Taylor shovelling gravel 20, Williamsport Stone co. Rock. Oct. La Leonard cast. Scraping in it. Quot 12, Wallace Lincoln shovelling gravel. Oct. 17, Josh. Taylor shovelling gravel. Quot 21. Sam Shaw shovelling Gravil. Quot 21. Harley Kobb quot quot. Quot 10, la Kussell quot Yards of gravel. Quot 2, Lewis French r2. I Yards of gravel. Oct. 24. Lesse Swisher labor on Highway. Oct. 24. Civile Swisher working in pit. Oct 24, Clarence Kisling shovelling gravel. Oct 27.cluuies Schlosser gravel. Oct. 27, Dora bowl is i avel. Nov. Of Neil shovelling gravel. Nov i Charles . Quot 7, .1.kussell gravel. 11, Joseph w. Sulton Gravid. Quot 2s, William Swank Rock and Sand. Oct. A William Smith shovelling gravel. Nov. 25, Mike Golden. Repairs on Road tools. Dec. I Clark butt labor on Highway. Quot iti,.Lohn Luppold for scrapers. A a 19, Warren county lumber co., Cement Foi Culvert. . A winks blasting. 8 7. Jan. "2, James Lla Berlin. Gravel. Feb. I i Henry i Renli Road tax receipt. Quot John i. Mccord Road tax i e cedi to. Mar 12,.i. A Biggs repair son graders quot �20. Henry Keister pulling tile across mail. A Viril 5, f. C. Astin manufacturing il., Zilow and grader. Pril 5, i rank Buirge. Freight on grader Anil making two following chains pril �24, Lessie Swisher labor on High Way. Pril 24, Charley Burgenson blasting stumps. Mav 22. Jake mail att labor and Bridge Timper. June 5. In Llagun. Road tix receipt. June i i. Clyde Swisler Laboi Highway. June 21. C. K. Ii Owyer. Tile. July 10, c. Y. , Bridge across Rock Creek. A july 20. We. Swank la Boron Highway. Quot i i Frank Burge repairs on trailers. July 20, Tiiman Watkins. Labor on Highway. July t0. Lohn Swank labor on Highway. July al w h. Stephens making Road tax list. July a John a Broadie labor on Highway. July 1, Jesse Swisher la Boron Highway. Tot al. Of 4. My too i2 Loio 4 i it a a �i.12 ii a ii 2. I i 2,s.5ii l"0 7.7,11 1 20, i 5 i i is 7.7 i.7r. . I .i i h,15 i 2 i .4 1. 75 i 5 42 15 21.0 1 40.2 1 i i5 1 1, 5 i 12, a i is �5,5 i t25 250 7.0 1 i5 i i.s5 �?�27.i i 5.0 1 i 2 i.,5l 2 25. I 1 1.02 hi.0 1 2.01 2.5 1 2.ci i ii5 l �7.50 i 1 1, al 5.0 1 by virtue Ola i ert i lied copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Warren circuit court in a cause wherein the Fowler National Bank of Lafayette Indiana is plus Ditill. And Louisa Moore Lohn Luppold Fred l. Hemmer and others Are life Naats Reid hiring me to make the sum of thine Hundred and seventy three dollars .i07 ibid Doghty Imine emits Sopwith interest on said i Cree and costs. I will expose at j Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday. We 28th Day of August a. D. 1897, bet Ween the hours of 10 o clock a a. And 4 of clock p. M., of said Day at the court House in Warren county. 1 Liliana the and a Rolls for a term not exceeding is Vii years of the following la al a state to wit lots 1 5, i and 2r. Feet Oil of the Lossl Side of lot 7, All in k. D. Miller s West addition to tie town of Williamsport Warren county Indiana also a tract described As follows commencing on the Liast Side of Street in said town at the Point where it intersects with tie North line of said lot 7 in 1. I. Miller s West addition to town and ten nce running fast out Hundred and Twenty live 125 feet along the North line of said addition thence North one Hundred and fifteen hoi Teet thence West one Hundred and Twenty live l 25l feet to the Kasl line of Boyer Street and thence South along the kist line of said Boyer Street one lung red and to Terni 1151 feet to t he Dace of beginning. Said tracts will be of ered for Sale in pm Reles As set fort h in such decree. If such rents and a profits will not sell lor a sul Lucient sum to satisfy said decree interest ail costs 1 will at the same Lime and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said Keal estate in pm Reles As ordered the oui t or so much thereof As Muy be sul Lucient of discharge said Cree interest and costs. Said Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement aws. 1. N Statzell Griir Warren county. Us. 4th,a. I., is07. í2- not up of application for License. 4. L .0 1 h .75 0 2.12 Kep Ortof receipt count of and a Xii id Turc do it i tax fund. By the i trustee of wishing in , Warren con nov. Indiana from August i Moo to August 2. 1sh7. Lick lots. Aug. Hishi amount on hand at Date of received from received from last report dec. 24, , amount county treasurer june 10, lmi7, amount county treasurer to i 50 19. K total receipts dog tax fund. Total expenditures since last report. Balance on hand. 9550 2e50 69.00 notice is hereby Given to the Clit tins of gains ville and of Pine township. Warren county Indiana that the undersigned a male inhabit in of said town and township Over Twenty one yours old. Will a it it the Board of count commis icon m a of said Warren Cini Uty at their september term 1s07, for a License to sell in a less Quan ity than a Qin irl at a time with Permis Siim to to allow the same to be drank on the premises where sold. Spirituous vinous mall and other intoxicating liquors. On the following premises in said town of liar Neville Lowit in the one Story Franu building situated on lot no. Forty six i and fronting on main Street in said town said License to run for a period of one a John Hiams. "dr.jwles, through his Nervine is a Benefactor to thousands widely known Wisconsin publisher who resides at Green Bay writes March 6th, 189. 5, As follows quot five years ago 1 Beamo so nervous that mental work Burden. I could not rest at night on account i sleeplessness. My attention was called to or. Miles Vestora Tive Nervine and i Emmen cd to use it with the very Best collect. Since then i have kept a bottle in my and use it whenever my nerves become Unstrung with always the same Good results. My son also takes it for nervousness with like never failing Success. I have recommended it to Many and it cures Vliem. All who suffer from Norvo troubles should try it. It is free from narcotics perfectly harmless and yet soothes and strengthens. Or. Miles through his Orvine is a Benefactor to thousands a. C. Lehman. Editor Aud proprietor of Deu Landsman. Or. Miles Nervine is sold on guarantee first bottle will Benefit or Mousy refunded. Or. Miles Nervine restores health. is the cooking apparatus that is Revoli ionizing the stove Trade in this country. It is unlike any stove you Ever saw it is better More economical More durable and does the work of two stoves with half the fuel used by one Ordinary stove. See the Majestic at our store it will be a revelation to you. hot Einstein at tie head of tie procession in hardware furniture and implements at Pink Village the better the Grade the bigger the Trade nov of was there a truer word spoken. It has been our watch word from tie Stirt Giitl our growth proves the Trutlin of it. Nothing but the Best floods at any Rise but the Price is always the lowest. To Oiler i Nuino bargains at All times and invite an inspection of our Stock. W. Carry a full Aud Complete line of stoves and general hardware furniture together with farm implements wagons carriages j5uggios, curries to. The Elel rated Studebaker and o Brien wagons Standard makes. When von want the Best at a Low Price see. E. Taylor Pine Village sell the Central cast steel ranges the Best on Yon buy buy the Price is the same. 0the review i Dollar a year. Three months for 25c.you get All the news and and get it when it is news

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