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 Rettew augur to 5, 181 ?. J. Ii. Let iii a. Kii tor. Piibe Ushii Chi in lii Irskay i iii a it rail ill Len pesto Licu it Wiiiiam Rispon As Iacomi Cla Itmari a Natter. will to continued Lively order in in at tho oui of tiiu paid for. Subscription rates. One year.$1.0f six months.50 Job printing. The i Vii a is to re Pluto All Job i iii iii ill thu lat Cal and but Stylo and at Rasoi Sabli rates Anil All work turned out is guar Ariti i d. Tin i Xci it of .>3u,. I Ayer s Sarsaparilla the remedy with a record. 50 years of cures the gloom of depress ii is be s for Zillini Ord is for rank Gini Lilly to Biak a Uvey a Lizul a feeling to limit l Etter tines Are conning books of All kids and Mawazini iii uling. Address All orders u the review Willia Rasport ibid. mar it it. A aii it ust 0. n Silva a Lias declined 9 cents an ounce Witlin tie ast year and the 53 cent Silver Dollar of a year Igo sti icily speaking must now l e referred to As the 4 it cent Dollar. Tie canse of this is the Lesnet of the la a of sup july and demand just As All other commodities Are and Ever will be regulated. Let my a area Sciort Lea for a personal lil erty. Have you n mph a n till quot Libei to he is entitled to. Live him full i edit for All lie is quot worthy of. Regardless of the ques tion flu ther to ii Grees with Yon in politics or religion or a my thing else where men have the Rigl t to differ. When you get so you can think As much of your neigh Lior Olio litters with you As you do of the neighbor who agrees with you. You have reached one of the High ideals of american citizens ii a a senator Mason. A Tai Iiri quot on Corn has just been adopted in Canada. The it Luty is seven cents a Bushel and is con lined to distillers. The distillers must pay the duty but if the Farmer wants our Corn to fatten his hogs to gets it free of duty. Canada is not a Corn country yet they raise 7.000,000 to s,000,000 bushels a year. The Canadian Farmer will iii aurally sell his crop to tin quot distiller and buy our coi a to feed. No such discrimination is practical in this country. It May work Over there if so. Its to our Ailva Taue. J Revais with everybody. Great crop yields Are reported from All sections of tho country and the Advance in rices Over last year is very encouraging. Pros Erity is Heie but it will take time to make it Felt throughout the land there must be time enough to allow new enterprises to Start for men to become employed and for Nui Uey again to it Egin to circulate through the medium of the wage Eai ners. Quot without the general employment of the lab n of the Conatty there can be no real Boom in business no i eat Pios Eric. We have no doubt it will All come in time but to throw one s hat aloft and cry Atud quot the Boom is already Heie quot when the unemployed Are daily pouring their sorrows into the Public ear is worse than Idle. There is no it Nib that this country has started u on an Era of Prosperity such As has Ixion rare eve ii in the unified . But All great things grow gradually and to hold out to the Hiple that the a a Bioni is on quot simply raises Imp of sible hoes making men that Ai o working at Low wages restless Anil Dis Batisti he and i those that have not employment bitter to think that others should be rejoicing it has taken several years to bring us Whei a we Aie it will re Viire some time to return to the Point where we Stai ted on the downward course. A re in a visited that tour iii Milis if keys Pirch amp co. The other l in. And foul this i line Plant in full operation Ami Ilo i ing a Nice business. I i c. H. Porch who is a practical i Miller of Twenty seven years exp Prience. Is in charge of to e anal Superino Eiula tie operation of i a 1 h niacin winery. Beside look inti after a the i Lhumi ical work. In 189-1. Alien Whir Mills were rebuilt after tiie tire the most modern machinery of Taini Ible put in Titis was obtained from tie. B. Allfree Isian fac Turins co. Of indianapoli.-, Lizul. the rape drive system and so constructed Eliut tie Rindini Nia cd winery stands on own foundation entirely free from tie building. It is fed from the top floor and As the Grain goes Down from Roll to Roll it becomes separated and purified and the process is so perfect Anri Complete that with the splendid wheat secured at this Market no Bethi iii or is Ohtani Miln anywhere. The capacity of tie Mills is barrel a of tour in 24 hours and the storage capacity of their elevators is 1,5000 bushels. A a la passenger elevator carries the operators Fiona the basement to the fifth floor. The machinery is div ii by a 75 horse Power Buckeye engine manufactured at Salem Ohio. All in All the Plant is very Nice and All things considered one of the most Complete and Best regulated concerns of the kind Ever seen by Liis writer. K is porch amp co., Are doing a Fine business throughout this part of tie Stath. And their brands of Flor Are Well Ken Jan and Are popular. The Volumn of business done by the concern reaches very near $10,000 a month. t Nykl it i . Filling burning eczema is the external indication of a condition of the blood which produces a fiery irritation almost unbearable. It is a mistake to think that this local irritation is the disease itself it is simply an evidence of a disordered condition of the blood of the seat of the disease is in the blood and this is Why the various salves and ointments usually applied have no effect whatever. They cannot possibly reach the origin of the trouble Only a blood remedy can do that. S. A. S. Is without an equal for blood diseases and pro Nitu and permanently cures eczema and removes All taint. Much torture could be avoided if the first itching symptom us were heeded and a course of . Taken promptly As apparently insignificant skin irritations usually develop into the worst form of eczema unless properly treated. It matters not what other treatment has been tried in vain . Always gets at the seat of the disease and forces it out. Or. William Armstrong an old resident and highly respected citizen of de Fere wis., writes on april is 1896. Pisa Sporl Indiana. W c \ in at t h \ i r Ivy own. Of West 1 pcs tie the a Falk of . Jut two states in tie i Nion elect governor s this fall Ohio and Iowa. The great Battle i oui d will be in Jhio. The democrats Are concentrating their forces and their boasts of what the will accomplish in Ohio Ai e Long and loud. They Aie attenuating to handle the Coal strike so As to make it count in their favor but Liege of putting his team in the the conditions Are against them. It Hai ens that quot i lain Horac Chaj Jitian the democratic Candida i n governor is president of the Ohio association and the miners it of the company of which he is resident Are lai gely responsible for the strike. That fact s ikes the biggest gun of candidate Channan s Camj Saign. Ohio democracy is Ajit to make Strong claims Eai by in the Campaign and the. Leaders Are always enyant Avith Hopes a Rule they in Ohio following a presidential Campaign but not this year. Tiik Long suit of the to Pocrass in Agricia Lusial Conn unities last fall was the Wail that the Price of wheat was always regulated by the Price of Silv it Ira that when Silver went up a heat went up when Silvir went Down wheat was Down. This cheap argument was used to Lead the Farmers into voting for Silver so As to enhance All remember about the cry of the a crime of to quot and the exhibition of charts in an Endeavor to show that this was True. But you Haven t Lizard the st iry repeat l this season have Youv the Leas on is very simple. Wheat has taken a rocket Glide and Silver a Toboggan slide since that argument was first started. During the past year Silver has dropped 9 cents an ounce and a diet has gone no 18 cents a Bushel and the breach is widening every week. One by one the specious arg neuts of a All s Campaign Are falling by their own weight. A runner s it i i it it ii it c in Sci iii ii Toru troi. , till 1 Siopes Tiivi news in the year Isis Uncle Kobby Kin Ley of this City then living near Boswell stared to Lafayette Wei it live Miles Distant and then the nearest Railroad station with a Load of Corn. In crossing a Ford on the Way he got stuck in the mud and paid a Man Lifty cents to hitch his team and help pull the Wagon out of the mud Hole. Before reaching Ija Fayette he travelled twelve Miles of Plank Road on Wlinich he paid three cents a mile toll. Obliged to stay Over night in the City he paid Twenty five cents for the priv e Wagon Yard and one Dollar at the Lahr House for his own meals and lodging. Resold the Corn for seventeen cents a Bushel and by the time he got Home he was seventeen cents in debt oti the trip. The next Day he sold .j,000 bushels of Corn quot to a feeder near by for 12jcents a Bushel and concluded he had made some Money. The a Eason that year was backward and on the 17lh Day of August Corn All Over this country was just in a a roasting . J hat night a heavy killed the esi tiie crop. That fall or. Finley drove up into White county where they had been More fortunate and paid a Dollar a Bushel for Corn enough to feed his horse through the Winter. This is a bit of Pioneer history lor the discouraged Fanner and the pessimistic com plainer who say quot Well never have Good times again quot contemplate and determine with the roads the markets at every door and the excellent crops of the past whether we have not already Good times by comparison and whether they Are not getting better every Day. The Neil it is right. The 122 cent Corn sold that year would not buy mucin compared to what a Bushel of Corn will buy now. In 1863 it took to it to bushels of Corn to buy a Yard of Muslin and about the same to buy a Yard of Calico or a Pound of sugar. This year a Bushel of Corn will buy 5 or Yards of Muslin about the same of Calico and about the same number of pounds of sugar and the comparisons All along tie line will seem about the same. A. Farmer raises two bushels of Corn and markets it at less expense than be did one in those Days and the purchasing Power of one Bushel is As great to Day As that of eight or ten bushels in the year referred to. Quit crying hard times everybody. Times Are better. They will grow better. Help make them so by saying they Are better. Mrs. H. T. Rorer gives her popular formula for Canning Pearlie in august.difii.s of Viii Jon tid. Quot pare and remove the stones and throw tiie peaches into a pan of quot quot cold water quot she directs. Weigh and to each four pounds allow a Pound of sugar and a i Init of water. Put the sugar and water Over the lire boil and skim. Drain the peaches put them in the syrup bring slowly to boiling Point then simmer gently until tender not soft. I gift each piece care fully arranging it in the Jar 1111 a thickly with syrup Ami fasten at once. Or pare the peaches and pack them at once into the jars. Fill each Jar wit i cold water. Place them in a boiler and As soon As the water boils around the jars adjust the rubbers fill to Over towing with boiling water and Seal without delay. I ears May be canned in tie same Way. Apples being More difficult to keep than the other Large fruits should be cooked at once in syrup my sins. Liere s a nettle pleasant Villa nestled Moisik the Leaf . Near id where to it Lanty tits Hilly l quot Angeii fragrant Sui niner line a. Midway in this Little City h Small but open door that i be thought in was a pity Liat 1 uoti cud not ii fore. Till one Day Whon i was Avau iii with tired and a Iliili is t i h gird a Man a Lalk Itig across tie narrow is duct. He toll me of a letter that he thought meant lor me that Aci Ross the Street i d Heller come take a look and see. The letter sure was sent for me. It bore my Lium de name inviting me to come and Iee so lii rough Itiat door i came. When inside of that utile door tho they Wei a so ii Eai for Tavas a pleasant Storo managed by a Maiden Sweet. A pleasant Cinat i had that Day within Talaat pleas Atit store i wish i could spend my life the Way 1 spent within that door. And now Llu joint 1 make dear Friend is Plain and this look at your Lite and in Amend twill ill your soul with Tilliss How like unto the Sareil things the scenes of which 1 write of things above their likeness brings As the Angels Robed ii Wiite. This Little Street is the narrow Way the Villa Ilie City of love. The Maiden Sweet is the Angel Gay guard ing tho door at the Gate above. The Man who spoke across the Street was the Savior to adore the letter was his words so Sweet. Calling attention to the open door. A t. Eslen Art. Or. William aril stong. Quot i have been a sufferer for eight Yeats with that horrible disease a Czerina at times All Over my body and no person can describe the burning and itching i had to Eti Dure. Quot the extent of my sufferings can be appreciated when i state that tny condition was such that i could not take my bed and for three months i never Laid Down but was con Teller to sit in my chair when not moving around. I was treated by the Best of physicians with no Success and tried All the Patent medicines recon mended for Kzenia without any ood results. I then went to the Indiana and Baths with the same results and then to it. Clements the celebrate medical resort where the treatment partially helped me Bat the disease shortly returned. I went to Florida thinking that a change of climate and water and the Citron fruit might cure me but found no cure. I then tried .and after three Days the burning and itching subsided and i continued to improve steadily until i was Well entirely cured. After commencing s. S. S. I never put an external application to my limbs or any part of my body. You May refer to me any person suffering from eczema. I will always keep the s. S. S. In my House for i consider it the Best blood Medicine of the present age. I am seventy years of age and am now in perfect for real blood diseases Relief can Only be obtained by using a real blood remedy. So Many people who Are sufferers from an obstinate or deep seated blood disease make the mistake of taking Rem Dies which at Best Are Only tonics and cannot possibly reach their trouble it is in just such cases which other so called blood remedies cannot reach that . Has made some of the most wonderful cures. A s. S. Cures permanently cancer Catarrh rheumatism eczema Tetter contagious blood Poison scr Fula and All other diseases having their origin in the blood. It is a a real blood remedy and gets at the seat of disease and forces in out promptly even after other so called blood remedies have failed. S. S. S. Is guaranteed purely vegetable. Books on blood and skin diseases who be mailed free to any address by Swift specific co., Atlanta a. Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy always altoids prompt Relief. For Sale by Armstrong amp Swank druggists. It is Gratifying to receive testimonials for Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy and when the endorsement is from a physician it is especially so. There is no More satisfactory or effective remedy than Chamberlian s Colic. Cd orca and diarrhoea remedy quot writes or. Ii. , physician and pharmacist of Olney Ivio. And As he has used the remedy in his own family and Gold it in his drugstore for six years he should certainly known. For Sale by Armstrong amp Swank druggists. Yes when you hit Armstrong amp Swank for paints oils and All kinds of Painter s supplies you Are All right. Call for your ten per cent Silver Coupon on All purchases at w. F. Medals. Our new Tariff. The american protective Tariff league issued tin official print of the new Dingley Tarlit within a few hours of the time it was passed by tie House of representatives at Washington on Mach 31st. This Bofird comprehensive interpretation of the Republican platform should be studied by every voter any of our readers can obtain a copy without charge by sending a postal card addressed As follows quot Send me a Opy of no. 879," address . Wak Kmax genl. Sec. 13.5 West 23 d st., n. Y at last there seems to be a rift in Clouds a Liili have darkened Industrial sky of this country for so Many years. The beginning of the end of hard times has come. Wheat and Corn and other Grain is steadily advancing the Dingley tar iii Bili is in Force and will materially increase the prices of imported goods. This will open on own factories the people will once More go to work. Higher prices will shortly role for All kinds of merchandise therefore we say Eael m of the extremely Low prices which prevail just now. Only one Short month More in which to buy the Best of merchandise at practically your own Price. An As a great ill i act Tom most Sale we i \ or a 1 love Lviv is Olhs quot Day. I it ii in a lit six on this let in Rizii it i i t if ii ii less Yogi Are one of oin i uii Lar Mist Nii is for it is a fact that most Star Kim arts Fiul lug.-iysh.m i i lor Alinosi airy tiling also Ali in for Liisi incr a. Or to iii iii say Liivi i i. Llinat Husi Sioss is sat so i secs go. I Gai d a big a a Volits i Cali not claim so ini Icli a but of to Sirsi you do not Cai i Eliot dior i Ari losing Nom a or not so 1 1 1 Roni pain Ahon Small i or . Lustad ill ii oct some of thu iii of Ali iii Arr attracting Otylior prop i ill Tow Storo and in you see Soini thing us ii tion i d which \1 i1 need wire Fri try Sun you will co iii Iwuc for it. Still Havi i tvs Ltd wins left for o cents a Yard hat were ii cents Lic and quot Jisc summer dress comls for like. Sum Mer Diess funds i of bed spreads. One lot of bed spreads for 49c. $1.25 lot bed spreads for save your life. A Ftp Gay using quot the new South Amer loan Kinky this new remedy is a great Surprise on account of exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the kidneys. Bladder and rack in male or female it relieves retention of water and pain in passing i almost immediately. Save yourselves by using this marvelous cure. Its use will prevent fatal consequences in almost any cases by great alterative and Healing Powers. Sold by a. E. Donovan druggist Williaim sport ind. 39c for waists that were 50c, 60c and 75c. 50c for waists Worth 89c and 1.00. 75c for waists Worth $1.25 and 1.50. $1.00 for waists Worth $2.00. Sinks to dose out we desire to no our silk Stock and we will offer the goods at prices that will cause you to , underwear hosiery. One lot of men s in laundries shirts to close at 29c. One lot men s ool d bosom is al rfcs at 39c. Summer underwear cheap. hosiery cheap. Muslin underwear cheap. Fans cheap. Everything in the Way of summer goods at Cut prices to close out shoes shoes All kinds of summer shoes to close out including ladies children a men s and boy s shoes. These goods must be sold. See our bargain counter for footwear. U 1 v 1 Williamsport Indiana

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