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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - August 19, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana to the interests of a Leif sport and of Loren county. Vol. , War Kex county i a dial sta thursday August 19, 1897.local news the x Ray Coniti ivies to come under the head of current Minuse ment. Billy Bryan s hard Timos Boom seems to be suffering from the tired puncture. Joseph stump is building a porch and otherwise improving his West third st residence. Preaching next sunday morning Ai Christ s Church. Theme. The Reward of a Beautiful character. A Large party mostly ladies went to Chicago tins morning taking advantage of the cheap rate. Y quot Klondyke quot is said to mean plenty of wish quot but whether or not this refers to suckers to Don t know. Joe Biggs gave a party monday evening in Honor of his Friend Harry Haas of Chicago who avas Here on a visit. A Large party of Attica and people held a picnic in Flescher s Woods near West Lebanon last Friday. This has been a remarkable year for rain in South Makoto. The total rainfall since Jan. 1st, has been Over 24 inches. There was a Large picnic gathering at Stockwell saturday. Hon. J. Frank Hanley was present and addressed the people. Lillian Russell May regard marriage As a failure but How can she Tell when she never stayed married Long enough to know. A coloured Camp meeting was opened last thursday evening at the old fair grounds in Attica and the meetings continue throughout this week a new advertisement for c. L. I Mcelhany the Marshfield Hustler appears in this Issue. People Over in the Vicinity of Marshfield will do Well to investigate. When poverty comes in at the quot door love flies out of the window. When free Trade comes in at the front Gate Prosperity takes to the Woods Over the Back Fence. In the meantime if you Are still thinking about striking it Rich in the alaskan Gold Fields it is just As Well to remember that perhaps you Kon and perhaps you Kon t. Thos. Follen the hustling Wabash passenger agent with Headquarters at Lafayette was a he View caller last Friday. He is taking a Lively interest in the g. A. It. Special. That Prophet who predicts a falling off of Public interest in the bicycle probably proceeds on the theory that anything iii connection with a bicycle is Likely to fall off. It must require a High geared Heel in the head for a free Trade Democrat of today to liken his politics Guaito that of Jefferson and Jackson who were protectionists to the Core. Warren county will be represented at the Crawfordsville Covington and other fairs by Elias Schlosser who will be on hand with his string of trotting and pacing horses. To the wearer of the new English Freak the tapering browsers full at the top and tight at the Bottoms this villainous garment May seem to be a fit but it appears More like a convulsion. The Christian Endeavor society will hold an ice Cream and cake social at the chamber s Block thursday evening for the entertainment of the teachers and every one in . On thursday aug. 26, near Pine Village will occur a social meeting of relatives and friends of sey Listii quot Cobb and Alvin Pierce it ill be a Basket picnic to occur in Grove near Giay <6 Nethery. The Adams township sunday school association will hold a convention to occur at the m. A Church in Pine Village sunday sept. 26. A grand and successful meeting is contemplated. The intensely interesting Story of Tolje Klondyke to appear in the review next week and the Issue fallowing will appear exclusively in this paper. No other paper in the county will be Able to secure it. One of the greatest fairs of the year to be held in this Section will be that of the Tippecanoe county fair association to be held at Lafayette aug. 31stto september 3. See advertisement in another column mrs. Emma Rhode who a few months ago purchased a farm on the barrens and moved there from Lafayette is the proud possessor of a very Fine piano recently purchased of d. H. Baldwin amp co., Indianapolis. A John w. Rhode and wife and or. And mrs. Gramos residing ii ear Rainsville returned last Friday after extended trips in the West. The Foi Mer were gone about two weeks visiting in Colorado. The latter were away six months in California e c. Livengood jr., has purchased the winks grocery and Bai Ery located in the Chambers Block and will hereafter conduct the l usin is. The Young Man is full of Pluck and Energy and he will undoubtedly meet with in his undertaking. It seems that a dispute has existed in this state Between the township trustees and the county commissioners As to who shall destroy the weeds. Attorney general Ketcham says that All weeds on highways gravel roads incl Ideal must be removed by the supervisors cd fit Harris of Boswell was Here recent inspecting our electric Light Plant with the View of obtaining i of inters preparatory to electing a Plant in his town. He saw Here one of the Best built most Complete and Well managed i lants to be found any where. The work of the county Institute now in session is progressing in splendid shape. The attendance is Good the enrolment being As follows monday 94 tuesday 135 wednesday 111. Next week the a knew will contain a fall report of the sessions from Day to d by. An ii Poi Tant Case will come up for Liwaj ing in the september Teim of the Fountain quot inc iii court wherein Glascock amp Richardson contractors bring suit against the City of Attica in the sum of $1819, �?��o2, an amount claimed due Vliem for Street work performed in 1891. I on monday evening mrs. A b. Durborow gave a party in Honor of her guests miss Narcissa it ster of South Bend and miss Lizzie Mac Lilly of Valparaiso the later a teacher in tie Normal Institute it was a gathering composed principally of school mates of former Days the Boswell Enterprise shakes hands with itself Over the improvement it has made in the past two years under it s present management and promises greater improvement in the near future. The Enterprise has certainly improved under the hand of it s present publisher and he has reason to congratulate himself. Mrs. John p. Hunter who was visiting at the Home of i h. B. Campbell in Attila last week was quite seriously injured by a fall from the door step. No Bones were broken but she was badly bruised and shocked. Mrs. Hunter is 82 years old consequently an Accident of the kind might prove to be of a serious nature. Twelve boxes of matches for ten cents at Sailor s grocery while the West bound Wabash freight was switching at state line monday night John Rogers a 15 year old lad attempted to Board a moving car when his foot slipped and he fell under the wheels. He lost one leg by the operation. Umber 3/vv> of Harvest hands Are at a Premium in Kansas and it is related that a Farmer put a sign on his Fence As follows quot Harvest hands wanted. Hired girl blonde and genial. Cabinet Organ music in the evening. Pie Turee times a Day. Thee spoonfuls of sugar with every cup of Coffee hammocks featherbeds or leather divans at your option for sleeping. Rising hours 9 o clock in the morning. Three hours rest at noon. Come one come i sex. Fine line of set rings has just been received by j. B. Dennis the jeweler. Last monday the announcement was made of an important this incident should be a warning Deal whereby Charles w. Zeigler if you pay your Small debts the other fellow will be Able to pay his big debts and thus times will improve Wounder fully. Your subscription to the review is a Small debt. A Bank note of 850,00 or $100.00, or a paper Bill of the same amount to us is a big debt. By your paying the Small debt we Are enabled to pay the big debts. To boys who Are in the habit of climbing onto moving cars. Read the new real estate advertisement of o. L. Winks. A. O. Reser he of stenographic Fame who is now engaged in doing some state work at Indianapolis is taking advantage of the Opportunity to learn to ride a wheel while staying in the famous wheel City. He has taken several headers but is becoming quite proficient in the Art of running against every thing he tries to miss. Luppold amp Broadie sell the x rays plow. Examine it s merits. The West bound passenger on the Aya Bash due Here at 4 41 p. A ran into a switch left open by Section men at Rockford monday. The Engineer and fireman jumped from the engine the fireman escaped injury but the Engineer had an Arm broken find his Back was seriously injured. The engine was derailed causing a delay of about two hours. Have none but the x rays plow to be seen at Luppold k Broadie s. A new business Khuou Niemet of the Boston store a Spears in this Issue. The Boston desires to have it understood that it is not their practice to quot work off quot goods on a customer. Such a practice is not present Daj business gumption. It s giving him such Good honest values in Diat he needs that it brings him Back again and again brings his , too. That s the Way of the the Boston. The plow of , is the x rays at Lupi Jold. Amp Broadies another fire occurred in Attica saturday morning resulting in the destruction of a tool House belonging to Frank Bernhart a contractor. The building was an old land Mark erected probably seventy years ago but it contained nearly All or Bernhart s tools consisting of derricks ropes tackles Etc on which there was no insurance. His loss is said to be $2,000 outside the building Good lunch at All hours at Frank Welchs. The Pine Village Jack s complains that gambling is openly indulged in at the Village that a game is carried on in a Grove almost within the Shadow of the Church on sunday where the stakes run High and that Small boys stand around and witness the game. When such things Are sex i owed by the press the authorities should act promptly in their suppression. Go to Frank Welchs for a Good fish dinner for 20 cents. Notice has been issued to the county auditors by the auditor of the state giving the tax Levy for state purposes for 1897. For the general fund the rate is 9 cents on each $100 and 50 cents on each poll a Levy of 5 cents to be made for the benevolent institution fund and 3 cents for the state debt sinking fund. The Levy for educational purposes is 12,3 cents and 11 cunts and a poll tax of 50 cents for school Revenue. Became the sole owner of the Well known Attica dry goods House. In 1877 the late Andrew Zeigler founder of the business retired and turned the management Over to Reid and will but outside interests demanded their attention is Why they retired. Charles the new proprietor is a thoroughgoing business Man and capable of sustaining the splendid reputation the Zeigler House has always held through it s fifty five years of existence. Read what a f. Medaris has to say in his new advertisement this week a brakeman named George Campbell working on the West bound Wabash freight no 75, was badly injured at the Monroe st crossing last thursday evening while engaged in switching cars. He caught his foot in a Frog and before he could extricate it or before the train could be stopped two cars passed Over the imprisoned member. The foot was badly crushed and the Heel Cut. All the Flebut was ripped off of the ankle and calf of the leg. He was taken to the new Falls House and or. Dehart was called to dress the . He was taken next morning on train no. 2, to the Hospital at Peru the big sensational comedy drama. Railroad Jack at the new opera House monday August 23, believing that Many review readers have not been afforded the Opportunity of Reading about the great Gold discoveries in Alaska we have arranged to begin next week the publication of tha Story of the Klondike told by Joseph la due a returned Miner. People who have had Access to the dailies will be especially interested in this Story of the great Gold finds As it will contain none of the Over drawn pictures that have appeared in the daily papers but will be a True account of things As they exist in the great Frozen District of the North furnished by an experienced Miner who has been operating in that now far famed country for 15 years. Boots for men boys and youths. Rubber boots boots and shoes and foot Wear of every description. Boots and shoes repaired. Go to e. A Biggs Williamsport Indiana. The opening attraction at the opera House this year will be the big sensational comedy drama rail Road Jack the Date will be monday aug 23. It is said to be one of the Best organized attractions on the Road. Railroad Jack is a play on the sensational comedy order with a pretty love Story entwined within. It is full of Good comedy interspersed with Bright specialities and will please All classes. Manager Ray was particularly fortunate in securing such a Good play to Start the season with. The company should be greeted with a packed House. It is expected that a number of visitors will attend from Attica and surrounding towns. Tickets Are on Sale at Armstrong amp Swank s. The annual reunion of co. C., of he 86th Indiana regiment occurred at Osborn s Prairie in Fountain county last Friday. Between four and five Hundred people were present including about thirty of the surviving members of the company Harry Millard John Bethel and Jerry Haxton were the company s representatives from Attica. A bounteous dinner was served to which All present were invited. Short talks were made by gen. Geo. Of Dick of Bloomington 111. Rev. J. A. Maxwell of Attica Andrew Marshall and Rev. J. W. Nye of Veedersburg and others. The following officers were elected president of Boord Secretary m. B. Briney treasurer de Mclean committees were also appointed to arrange for next year s reunion which will be held at the same place. Shoes neatly repair Edat the Gem. Prices . A Biggs Williamsport. The announcement of the great Zeigler store in Attica appears in this impression of the review this is the store where there is no Lack of interest. This is the season of the year when this concern likes to especially remind it s friends that it is not Dull not sleepy not tired and not even resting. Many classes of business seem Content to rest on their oars just now but not so at Zeigler no Idle heels dangling Over their counters. This is the concern that likes to be a everlastingly at it quot with better goods at lower prices than Ever before known. There s not a department into which the bargin prices do not reach not a Nook or Corner in the whole store that will not Supply your needs at figures that could t begin to be afforded if it was t that the goods must be turned into Cash this month. Personal. A mrs. is visiting friends at Lafayette this week. A miss Oda Wright of Brooks ton is the guest of Rev. Harper and wife a attorney m. A Rhodes Newport was Here monday on Legal business. A mrs a i Judy Florenc for the Best shoes and mending in fact All sorts of shoe business Call at the Gem. E. A Biggs proprietor. On tuesday evening at the Assembly room of the Ceu trial school building occurred the annual county oratorical contest. The exercises were opened with music followed by prayer by Rev Harper. After a second selection by the orchestra the programme was continued in the following order House Nan Elsie w. Johnson Medina township. Ella m. Mehaney. Steuben township. boy that wont from Home Edith Miller Jordan township. of Claudius Cynthia Bessie Schoonover Liberty township. Recitation. Success Bertha Odle Adams township. Each one participating in the contest preformed her part admirably and on the whole a most interesting entertainment was Given. The contest resulted in a Victory for miss Ella a Mehaney of Steuben township who won the handsomely engraved Gold medal. At the close of the contest miss Lizzie Schoonover of Williamsport miss Berda Lawson of Rainsville and miss Maggie Heishman of Independence each in tui fax ville Illinois is the guest of her son a w. Judy. Mrs Herman Ammerman joined her husband Here last week and they Are now residents of Williamsport. A mrs. Emma Rhode of the barrens is entertaining friends from Cras Fordsville and Lafayette this week. A Harry Haas of Chicago form ily in the employ of j. , who was Here on visit returned Home tuesday a or and mrs. W. Clifton left this morning for Chicago where they will visit a few Days with their son a mrs. Liou Pitcher entertained the quot Toronto seven quot and several others of their friends at Tea tuesday evening a mrs. Henrietta Bent and sister miss Sallie Gibson of Louisville Kentucky Are guests of judge and mrs. Rabb. A mrs j. A Letcher and daughter left this morning for Toledo and grand rapids Ohio adhere they will remain about ten Days a or and mrs. Stinespring and mrs. John Armstrong made a trip to Covington sunday where they visited the family of to a. Clifton. A miss Jessie Cones who has been visiting her sister mrs. Alice Baldwin of Walnut Grove has returned to her Home in West Lafayette. A Rev. D. M Brubaker went to Eugene Vermillion county last shoe saturday where he held services saturday evening sunday and sunday evening. A prof s. Hanson has returned from his Western trip. He attended an important teachers Institute at Council Bluffs Iowa taking a leading part in the affair cd. P. Phillips the Advance agent for Railroad Jack was in town this week advertising his attraction which appears at the new opera House monday Axi gust 23. A i Stu Aster Holtz returned from his Colorado trip saturday where he went to visit his wife. Mrs. Holtz is compelled to remain in Colorado being a sufferer from asthma a Edward Ryan of Winthrop was transacting business with our photo Grapher tuesday de. Is engaged in the picture business at the above place and is in a fair Way to Success a Chester Rossiter is Here this week attending the Institute and will remain in this Vicinity until time for the opening of schools when he will resume his work in the school room a Deputy auditor re. Winks and wife left yesterday on a two week s trip to Toledo Ohio to visit the ored the audience with selections. Family of his brother t. A winks which were Well rendered and fax they will also visit Detroit and orally received after which prof a e. Griffith instructor in the state University at Bloomington presented miss Mehaney with the badge. The orchestra then rendered a selection and the entertainment closed Avith a Benediction by Rev. Norton pastor of the Christian Church. Miss Mehaney who captured the badge is a Pupil in the Marsh Field schools. She is ambitious and studious and Well worthy the distinction she has gained in this contest. She exhibits marked ability and. With proper training is Likely to gain More than a lo3al reputation. Possibly Buffalo and Niagara Falls. A miss Jennie Westfall of Lafayette visited or. And mrs a h. Letcher this week. Miss Westfall is a Cousin of mrs Fremont Goodwine and mrs. Claud Stearns whom she also visits while Here. She will also be a guest at the Hunter s Springs hotel for a few Days. �?a1 Vail of Oxford accompanied by his sister Nellie were the guests of do Boggs tuesday. Or Vail is interested with his brother George in the gent s furnishing business at Oxford. They Are fld time residents of this county the father Joseph Vail who resides in Warren township is of e of the pioneers of the county. I. 1 i a

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