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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - December 3, 1908, Williamsport, Indiana The Warren review. December 3, it,o8.neigiorliood news f Pence. George Holtz was in town monday. John Pence was in town tuesday. We. Wilhite was in Lafayette sunday. Geo. Fisher was in Danville ills., last saturday. Arthur Scarlett is the new clerk at Cole s restaurant. Charley Tomilson was in this place tuesday on business. Or. And mrs. F. R. Fence spent thanksgiving with their son Harold at Culver ind a d. Mehaffey has sold his restaurant to Abraham Cole who has taken Possession. James Sutton is expecting his brother Here any time. He is in route from Australia. Ivor. And mrs. Ray Shumaker spent thanksgiving with the parents of mrs. Shumaker at West Point ind. Misses Esther and Hazel Thomas who Are attending High school at Williamsport spent thanksgiving at Home. Our teachers Ralph Vandyke and miss Belle Mccand est attended the meeting of the teachers association at Williamsport last Friday. Mrs. Rudisell of Greencastle is visiting her daughter mrs. Thos. Darnell and family Here this week and will also visit Here next week. N. C. Goodwine Clarence Thomas James Moyer William French and James Turnpaugh were in attendance at the International live Stock show in Chicago this week. Indie extence. Miss Addie Dawson is reported very sick at this writing. Or. And mrs. Elmer Brown visited d. A. Waymire last sunday. Wilbur Harmon has quite a Force helping him get his Corn out. Or. And mrs. Frank Morgan United with the u. B. Church monday night or and mrs. Frank Sowers of Kingman Are visiting mrs. Jane Coghill this week. Mrs. Allie Mcgahan is suffering from an attack of Catarrh it affecting her Throat and lungs. Born to or. And mrs. Mike ves ter a Fine girl monday november 80th. All Are doing Well. Otto May was elected vice president of the teachers association last saturday for the ensuing year. Some of the Green Hill Young people attended the Box supper at Bunker Hill last saturday night. Miss Daisy Bowman of Danville ills., came monday to help in the revival meeting now in Progress. Mrs. Sallie Clawson visited her Mother mrs. Belle Whicker of Independence saturday and sunday. Miss Alice Smith returned to Rensselaer last sunday where she is teaching. She was Home for thanks giving. John Shonkwiler returned Home monday after a week s visit with his son Valentine and family at wat seka iii. Delmar Morgan has finished husking Corn for John Morgan where he made an average of about one Hun dred bushels a Day. Or. And mrs. Geo. Lamb of Battle ground visited mrs. Lamb s Sisters mrs. We. Harmon and mrs. Amanda Wadkins of Green Hill last a Eek. Or. And mrs. Frank May entertained at dinner. Thanksgiving or. And mrs. Payton Melton we. Bales and wife and jad Steadman and wife. The protracted meeting is progressing nicely at the u. B. Church under the leadership of the pastor John elder everyone is invited to come and partake of the gospel feast. Mrs. Clara James and Mother entertained at dinner thanksgiving or. And mrs. John w. James or. And mrs. Byron Steadman or. And mrs. John g. Heitchman and Rev. John elder. John Brown and Jennie Corvin were United in marriage wednesday november 25th. Both Are excellent Young people. The writer and the people of the Vicinity wish them a joyous prosperous journey through life. County supt. Harry Evans sex superintendent w. J. Bader and Rev. A. Knowles will address the Public at the dedication of the new school building thursday evening december 10. A music both vocal and instrumental. After the dedication exercises the ladies Aid of the u. B. Church will serve supper As previously announced. The prices. The Hoyles concert company will appear at the opera House to night and will give one of their Best programs. Go and hear them. Prices 15, 25 and 35 cents. Tickets on Sale at wingers. A Nice House for Sale. House with 7 rooms close in Cistern with pump in Kitchen and City water at the door. House in Gooc condition with a Good new Wood House plenty of fruit. Price $1,500, d. A Boggs amp co. The Home coming. Last sunday was a Happy Day for or. And mrs. John Mckinzie who live near Independence. For a week or More they had planned to have All the children at Home. They have been married some -37 years and have reared a family of three boys and four girls All of whom have grown to manhood and womanhood and All Are married and have families of their own except Bertha the youngest daughter who is still at Home. Three years ago father and Mother Mckinzie had the children All at Home at which time a picture of the family was taken which represented three generations. But like All fond parents father and Mother Are not Content unless they can be surrounded by the children and grandchildren and As a result the plan was Laid and worked out to have them All at Home again last sunday. For Days prior to the quot Home coming quot Mother began to fix the fatted turkeys were a laughter cakes and pies baked and so Many other things prepared that were Good that it is useless to try and Tell about them. Dinner was served at noon and the hungry crowd was not slow in making the Many Good things disappear that had been prepared by Mother s hand. It was the kind of cooking Mother used to do quot and of course it tasted mighty Good. Those present were or. And mrs. John Mckinzie or. And mrs. Elmer Mckinzie and sons Lawrence and Loyd of Williamsport or. And mrs will Mckinzie and children Dune and Allen from near Winthrop or. And mrs. Charles Mcadams and children Everett and Glenn of Independence or. And mrs. Alva Mckinzie and children. Floyd and Vera of Independence or. And mrs. James Stacker of Clymers Lud. Or. And mrs. Earl Stacker of Independence def Banes wife and son Raymond of Attica. There was present in All 2�> people besides 7 children and 8 grand children. Late in the afternoon the guests began to depart for their respective Homes wishing grandma and grandpa Mckinzie Many Happy gatherings similar to this one where troubles and grief give Way to pleasure feasting and mirth. Long live father and Mother and May their Days be Happy and peaceful. Gold medal flour makes delicious baked tuft Rhoda the merry makers. On last saturday evening the Unic Jue club and invited guests to the number of about to masked and drove on Hay ladders and in buggies some on Shank s horses to the Home of or. And mrs. C. A Clifton at the Hei Cliff farm in Liberty township for a general Good time which they certainly had. As it happened or and mrs Clifton were in ignorance of what was to shortly come upon them. So when amid shouts and laughter the merry makers entered the Houseal the family were dumbfounded. They could not recognize anyone of sept the Drivers who were unmasked. After the masks were removed All enjoyed a Fine time listening to songs and piano music. Light refreshments were served and at a ate hour All departed for their Homes Eeling that they had a time Long to be remembered. A brakeman killed. Jno. Burroughs brakeman on no. 76, met his death while switching at West Point wednesday morning. He was caught Between the cars while making a coupling and badly crushed in the abdominal Region. He died thirty minutes later while being rushed to Lafayette for medical attention. His Home was at Lafayette. His father is an employee of the Monon Railroad. Is is quot a Danville. Ill. Bankrupt Sale of Fine watches jewelry diamonds and silverware bought at 50c on the Dollar and sold at half Price and less quot we bought from the american Trust amp savings Bank receivers for the bankrupt firm of Job w. Brown amp co. The largest wholesale jewellers in Chicago thousands of dollars Worth of High class watches jewelry and diamonds at about 50e on the Dollar. We Are passing our savings on to you in this wonderful Sale of Fine watches jewelry and diamonds at half Price or less. The greatest jewelry Sale Ever known there has never been a Sale of jewelry that nearly approached this one in the wonderful values it affords and coming As it does just before Christmas it offers an in surpassing Opportunity for buying splendid Christmas gifts at very rare savings in Price. Everything on Sale is strictly High class and at the prices quoted Evi Grything rep resents the most wonderful bargains Ever offered in this class of goods. Share the wonderful bargains now before the Best Are gone. Every Section ready for Christmas every Section of this great store is now ready for Christ Mas and you will find that there is no store in Danville that can so completely Supply your Ever gift need. Gifts of All kinds Are to be had Here for Young Middle aged or old folks for men women and children and the unvarying scale of Low prices airways quoted Here will enable you to save Money on All Christ Mas purchases. Notice of administration notice is hereby Given that the under signed has been adj pointed by Ilju clerk of the warred circuit court of warred county Indiana executor of the will and of tie estate of David Hurst late of warred county Indiana deceased. Said est to is supposed to be solvent. Dated this 2lbt Day of november Loos Wilson quot Woodrick executor. Nov 20, 1908-w3. Real estate transfers. Transactions in Warren county real estate since our last report a list prepared for the review from the title deeds As they have been filed for record and furnished by Jamea c. Odle abstract or of titles and agent for five per cent mortgage Loans conveyances. Jeremiah Clemet al. To Louis Clem a tract in Kent township dated november 7, 1908-111,000, Jeremiah Clemet al. To Charlesb Clem 80 acres in Kent township dated november 7, 1908-$7,200. Jeremiah Clemet al. To Israel h. Clem a tract in Kent township dated november 7, 1908�?15,800, Abraham Cole and wife to John of Judy part of a lot in Pence dated november 20, 1908�?$327,50. John Gerard and wife to William Berry a tract in Williamsport dated november 18, 1908�?$1,500, f. A Roberts and wife to Abraham Cole and wife part of a lot in Pence dated september 18,1903-160, David a Beamer to Walter Kent one half of 262 acres in Steuben township dated november 16,1908�?11. David a. Beamer to Charles h. Kent one half of 262 acres in Steuben township dated november 16,1908�? $1. Daniel Johnston and wife to Earl a Johnston 80 acres in Medina township dated april 10,1908-112,-000, Daniel Johnston and wife to John a Johnston 76 acres in Medina township dated april 10,1908�?$10,-000, Mary a Ana to Jafferson Evans a tract in Warren township dated november 27,1908�?$1, natural love and affection Mary c. Little to John w. Barton and wife two lots in Metsker s first addition to Pine Village dated november in 1908-$200, Louville Beebe and husband to Otho a Martin and wife lot 8, Northeast addition to Williamsport dated november 16,1908�?$300, West Lebanon cemetery association to George w. Smith and wife lot in East division of West Lebanon cemetery dated november 17,1908�? $20, after Tiiu Post Mastri. The pos Torlice department with the Sanction and approval of the president has issued an order that will become i festive immediately to the Eifort that All fourth class postmasters of the entire country will be placed in the Casai died service. This will mean that no matter How Small the Village or How few the letters the servants of Uncle Sam in that place will have to take the civil service examination and tiit on his ability will depend his Fopp ointment. This will make Many i howl from the storekeepers and others who have been receiving the appoint meets but when the government decides on a change it is usually after Long consideration and because the officials think it Best. The offices of this county that will be affected by the ruling Are pipe Village Winthrop West Lebanon Marshfield Jud Yville tab All of them except Williamsport Union preaching service. About one Hundred people gathered in the Christian Church last thursday morning for the Union preaching service. The Lorelli club led the singing. Rev to j. Everett took charge of the services and Rev j. T. Orton preached the Sermon. While the audience was not As Large As it should have been it was appreciative. Attention. Notice is hereby Given that my quot Sale notes quot will be due the 23rd of december 1908, please give this your attention can be found at the Warren county Bank Lon Habitz at Bettie Luppold s. You will find bargains in All kind of notions and dry goods. Want to clean up Stock in order to make changes in room and furniture. Two dozen photos for the Price of one. During december we will give e ree one dozen photo Post Carda of your own picture with each Dozon photos costing $2,00 or More. Get your Christmas pictures now. Tin a Lihty photo for proposals for Deposit of Public funds. Notice is hereby Given Liat tie Board of finance of Adams town help Wiirret county ind will Between the hours of 1 a m. And s p. On the 4th Day of , Looe. At tue school House in Pine Village in the township of Adams county of Warren and state of Indiana receive written proposals from Banks and Trust companies subject to examination by the state of Indiana or by the United states and having their place of ads Lesa in this state for the receipt of a maximum amount of Public funds on Deposit As provided for in an act of the Oen enl Assembly of Indiana entitled quot an act Oonner Nung p a bloc funds their Deposit and Safe keeping and the collection of interest thereon creating boards of finance and de using their Powers duties and procedure punishment for violations prescribing when said act Sholl take Eirot and repealing Laws in con Illet quot approved March a l�u7, and being chapter of the acts of 1907, Page i>u1. Said funds to be deposited consist of the Public funds of Adams town Stilp Warren county. Indiana All proposals personal and surety Eoina Siuy Bonds must be executed according too local forms prepared under the provisions of the above statute. Personal or surety company Bond or collateral Bonds As Security must accompany proposals. The Board of finance of Adams township Waren county. Indiana. By we. S. Axd12rs0x, president. Attest a Kuhn. Rie Cretaro. Ueo. Ii 11107-wl.lotice of a Dorii Iise ration. Xot ici in Lici by Viviin. To lilt tiit Undi is Impi has been , a tri Lork of the Warren circuit c Ouirt Wanen county Indiana and if the of tap of Igor i p. . Late w Arron county Indiana deceased. 8aid Tostato is up pissed to to Solto it. Dated l sufi May of Soto her. Luis 1. Lill Linos . Dec. A i it so. Notice hereby Given Liat tie unders died has then appointed by the it Lerk of Iho Warren circuit court of wait ii county 1 Indiana. Administrator of tie estate of Lavina c. Willhite late of Warren county. Indiana decease d. Said uii Tate Isi Hii Posod to 1 6 solvent. Listed Liis 1 the Day of nude Haber i los. Iames p. Iii own administrator. No. I i a i. I notice for proposals for Deposit of Public funds. Notice is hereby Yive that tie hoi Iril of finance of the town of Williamsport Warren county. Indiana will Between the hours of 7 i p. And p. M., on tie 4th Day Ltd a january 190. At the Folise of the utter signed. Clerk of the Board in the town of Willen sport county 01 wan in and state of Indiana receive written proposals from Banks and Trust companies subject to Exi urination by the state of Indiana or by the i United states and Havine their place of business in this state for tie receptor a maximum amount of Public funds on Deposit As provided for in a act of the Cen Oral Assembly quot of Indiana entitled quot an act concern uni Public funds their Deposit and Safe keeping and tie collection of interest thereon creating boards of Linance and defining Timeir Power i duties and procedure prescribing punishment for violations prescribing alien said act shall take effect and repealing Laws in conflict quot approved March a 1u07, and being chapter in of the acts of Ali 7, Page said funds to be deposited consist of the Public funds of the town of Williamsport. All proposals Perr onal and surety company Bonds must lie executed according to Olli cial forms prepared under the provisions of the above statute. I personal or surety company Bond or collateral Bonds As Sec irly Minisi accompany proposals. The Board of of tie town of Williamsport. Wanen county Indiana. By m. C. , president. Attest �?1. H. Ilok Kri to town clerk. Jec., i. r. In Telforo attorney tor Hotine state of Indiana of. county Edwin Mageet al it is. Of Ila igli it al. In tie Wariex Hrc Ait court Terra Lite. To february Warren circuit court items. Bertie Smith is Charles c. Smith. Cause Dian biased. Celia Collins is we. G. Collina divorce. Cause dismissed. Lewis m. Atkinson is. V. N. Jones. Chubb dismissed. The Covington Bank is. James w. Van Pelt cause dismissed Arminda a. Foreman is. Birton Foreman divorce. Cause dismissed Mary l. Kiger is. Ottoway Kiger divorce. Plaintiff granted decree on payment of costs Loretta states a a. Carl stat la divorce. Plaintiff granted decree on payment of costs. Flora Claypool is. Frederick Clay Pool divorce. Plaintiff granted decree on payment of costs plaintiff s Maiden name restored Alimony to the sum of s50.notice for proposals for Deposit of Public funds. The review per year $1.00. Subscribe now not Loa is hereby Given that the Board of finance of Kent township. Warren county. Ind., will Between the hours of to a. And a i p. On the 28th Day of Dice Nilica 1908, at the trustee s Willoe in the town of state line county of Warren and state of Indiana receive written proposals from Banks and Trust companies subject to examination by the state of Indiana or by the United states and having their place of Busi Nesb in Thig state for the receipt of a maximum a in out of Public funds on Deposit As provided for in an act of the general Assembly of Indiana entitled quot an act concerning Public funds their Deposit and safekeeping and the collection of interest thereon creating boards of Fuance Ana de flying their Powers duties and procedure prescribing punishment for violations pre Borl blog when sai4 act shall take a Lect and repealing Laws Ijiro Nguot quot approved March 1iy07, and being chapter i i of the acts of 1907, Page 391. Said funds to be deposited consist of the Public funds of Kent township warred cup Ity Indiana. All proposals personal and i Jurety company Bonds must be executed according to Olli cial forms prepared under the provision a of the above statute. Personal or surety company Bond or collateral Bonds a Security must accompany proposals. The Board of finance of Kent township. Warren county Indiana. By Scott Crawford president attest a a. A. Beckett Secretary. Peo. 5.190s-w1.notice to heirs editors Etc. In the matter of tie in tiie Warren circuit rate of John t. Head it ourt n o v e in b e r . Term it of notice is hereby Given that William t. Head an administrate in of the estate of John t. Head deceased Lias presented and tiled his account Aud vouchers in final settlement of Baid estate and that tie same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit , on till 12th Dav of december 190s. At Winch time All Boirie Cre it vitors Orlowa Teeson said estate Are required to appear in said court Aud show cause if any there be. Why said account ii i i approved and let in other persons interested Appeal and Malie proof of their claim to any pan of said estate Witk a i a a it Imin Istratov. Aud the Seal of said >.ai. Ourt. At Williaim sport Indiana this -4tii Day of no bomber Wos. Vehn st murky clerk. Nov. Joti ht08-w3, a lot of Good Brood sows at Haun s Sale december Lotta be it Rem sex mail i de. That on this 17th Day of november a. I. 19�s, the above named Plain tills by Charles i. Milford their attorney tiled in the Ollice of the Ucik of said court to Weir complaint Aff inst said defendants Aud also the affidavit of a competent , that said action is for Toque it the title to certain real estates in warred county Indiana and that the defendants Job a iii tiie in Guowu heirs Devi Isles distributes and legatees of Job Haigh deceased Sarali Haigh the unknown heirs Devisees distributes and legatees of Sarah Haigh deceased George Wolfer the widow whose name is jul known of i enrage Wolfer deceased titi unknown heirs Devisees Dis Tribu toils and Iez a atut of Ivorye Wolfer deceased the unknown Liuis Devisees Distributee and legatees of tie widow deceased. Liose Amo Tiku Wii of Jeorge Wolfer deceased Thomas Joli stun the widow whose name is unknown of Thomas Johnston deceased rhe unknown heirs Devis aos distributes and Leea Toos of Thomas Johnston. Deceased the unknown heirs Devisees and legatees of the widow deceased Liose name is unknown of Thomas Johnston deceased Samuel Shacoley the unknown heirs Devisees distributes and legatees of Samuel Sha Geloy deceased tie unknown Iio Devisees distributes and legatees of the widow deceased whose name is us Knowli of Samuel 8haseey, deceased the widow whose Amo is unknown of Samuel so Wageley. Deceased tie wide Whoie Niue is unknown of William tlam Auk the unknown Mieirs. Devisees and Distria tees of the wife whose name is unknown deceased of William Hallam the widow a those name is unknown of William Lla Llam deceased the unknown heirs Devisees distributes and legatees of the widow whose Amo is unknown deceased of William Hallam. William Moore the unknown heirs Devisees distributes and legatees of William Moore deceased the widow whose name is unknown deceased and the unknown heirs Devisees distributes and legatees of the widow deceased Whoso name is unknown of William Moore Are each Aud All non residents of the state of Indiana. Said nou resident defendants Aro therefore hereby Noti Iod of the Pendency of the said suit and that said cause will stand for trial at the february term of said court. 1 09, and that unless said defend tits apis ear and answer of Deli car to said complaint of the 8th Day of february Woski the same being the first judicial Day thereof to to ii Olden at the court House ill Williamsport in said county and state Ijo ginning on the second monday in said month the same will be heard and determined in their absence. Witness my hand and tie Seal of said court affixed at of Lico in Williamsport Indiana this nth Day of . Seal e1�ne3t Geek clerk nov. L a 1908-w-t. S Fiot Ioe to heir editors Etc. In the a Iattoni of the is la the warred circuit Tate of Jolin Jones deceased. Court november term Imp. Notice is lie Reby Given that Hawis Jones a Anun Istratov with will annexed of the estate of Jolin Jones deceased has presented and tiled lii i acc unt and vouchers in Sinai settlement of Sani estate and the same will come up for the examination and Actium of said circuit court on the 14tli Day of december 19as, at we Vicli time All heirs creditors or legatees of spa estate Aie to appear in said court and show Causo if any there be Why said account Aud vouchers should not be approved Anil let All heirs legatees und other persons Interi sted appear and make proof of their claim to any part of said estate. Jones administrator. ass my hand Aud the Seal of said skai court at Williamsport Indiana this Lith Day of november 19�os. Ernest Gluey clerk. Nov. Hlll 08-ws. Observant people Are japs. Trouble is they Are liable to carry it to extremes. A quot la Japa Ziehe Are ii most imitative and observant people and copy every Thiris Alliey see with minute Fidelity. A Rev Sporl nuni recently engaged a japanese Valet Olio was very Attu Tive and satisfactory. His lilies rarely tools him into the Kitchen but when lie had a Chance of watching tie Cook he did so with extraordinary interest. The Cook caught a severe chill and left somewhat suddenly. The lady of to lii House was in despair As she could not replace her. At last the Valet announced Dii i Dei itly that he thought he could Cook a Little and the mistress gladly agreed to give him a trial. The first thing he started on was the potatoes. He took off his shoes Aud socks and put his i out in a Bath of hot Mustard and water. The lady wanted to know what on Earth he was doing. He replied that he saw the Cook do that when she was peeling the potatoes and nothing would persuade him that this was not a necessary part of the process. Main thing is to keep Cool. Advice for those who May lose their Way in the Woods. Let the Man who is lost in the Woods be very careful not to Over exert himself. His chief dangers lie in panic Aud overexertion and though he May be in a great hurry to find shelter 1 must warn him to go slowly. Two Miles an hour on an average through the Snow in the Woods is All that a Man in his condition will he Able to stand without Over fatigue Aud attendant dangers overheating and perspiration. By exercising caution a Man May live to enough a week of what he is undergoing. To make this article Brief to shall suppose that he regains the Road by the afternoon of the first Day. He does t yet know of course just where he is. He should examine the tracks of the person who last passed that Way. It being afternoon he must follow the direction taken by the last passing vehicle or team As shelter will be nearest in that direction. Had it Lieen morning he would have Rake ii the opposite direction As whoever made the tracks must have come from the place where he obtained shelter the previous Magazine. Nuts for the health. One very great advantage which nuts possess Over most foods is their absolute Freedom from adulteration. When you buy nuts you always know what Yon Are getting. Of course those bought in the Shell Are also absolutely clean. And what a Beautiful source they come from How Beautiful to picture the Trees upon which Jiey grow on the outermost branches dancing in the Good health. The sweetest Plum. In All the wedding cake Hope is the sweetest of the p Doug Las Jer a oui. Ahad Hei Way. The oddest named country Home is in Jackson county according to a columbian who is a Friend of the owner. The name As it appears at the front Gate is quot had Herway quot and never fails to attract attention from passersby. For years the wife wanted to leave Kansas City and go to a farm. When the family finally moved they named the Home Herald. Have queer belief. An amusing superstition of old Monmouthshire England is that a Snake has four legs All of which will duly come out if after thoroughly killing him you hold his body Over hot flame. A ass bpm. A a i titi

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