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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - January 7, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana To. / Latrett Coutts. Or Pabl Uher. A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport Warren county. Quot Home first. The world afterwards <1.1 0 per Tea Williamsport Warren co Onty Indiana thursday january 7, 1897. Number 1. L notices. I att y for plaintiff. Pence notice. Ite of i Biaka in Ken Covvey. Circuit court doc., is. Term i Irtz Caroden it no. 5s01. Banders Anders. In that on tins 19th Day of the above named plaintiff Litton attorney tiled in the Fyk of said court their Coni Baid defendant s after Day of december 189�, said tie affidavit of a competent a defendant Ithamor Sand ident of the state of Indiana it defendant is therefore a of the Pendency of said iii cause ill stand for trial Lermo said coir8i 7 id defendant appear to said complaint on i it this a the same will be heard n his absence. Xiy hand the sea of said d at office in Williamsport on 1 30th Day of dec., a. U., 18� Joh it g Mccorl Cherli. Jars fees i9.n0, i heirs creditors Etc. Of the estate in the Warren circuit court dec. Term lilo. Oxley pece Asod. Hereby Given that John f. Lading. Of the estate of John based has presented filed a vouchers in final Settie-1 estate that the Samo will the examination action of court on the Leith Day of Jan which time ail heirs creditors if said estate Are required to a court show Causo if any by said account vouchers Llie approved let All heirs other persons interested a Ike proof of their claim to any i estate. 3v hand the Seal of said Nili Ransport Indiana this 21st a of dec. Isug. Johng. Mccord clerk. H. C. Johnson Deputy re per s fees . Dinwi3>i>ie, attorney for ria still. Sheriff s Sale. A virtue of a certified copy of a decree be directed from the clerk of the War circuit court in a Case wherein Nancy i Jones plaintiff Andrew Henry Foy Templeton Cephas Atkinson a Quot Atkinson defendants requiring me in Sakti the sum of two thousand nine Quot a dred Twenty seven dollars a one cents i2,il-27. Al wit i interest on decree costs i will at , to the highest bidder on pay the Ich Day of january a. D., 1�97, the hours of 10 o clock a. M., . M., of said Day at the door of the House in Warren county Indiana Lints profits for a term not exceed then years the following real estate half ivl of the North East Quarter r d the Ortli West Quarter a of Theof Section five Neast Quarter ship Twenty to a a t in the county of Warren state of ii ship Twenty three Ris. Range seven 7 Liana. Of such rents profits will not sell for a Tai Etsumi to satisfy said decree in at c jets i will at the same time place expose to Public Sale the fee to of said real estate or so much Leo Jasmay be sufficient to discharge decree interest costs. Said Sale be made without any Relief whatever a valuation or appraisement Laws. 1. N. Sta Tukli hheri0"of Warren county.2 re a.d., us a 12--21- 9g-wl-ptr-s fees ,$u.ul local news -citst4c. I heat Floc. Oort new 16c old 20c. Hogs per Hundred $3.00. Or. Jolin resident dentist. The Coli it treasurer s tax notice Lue. Mrs pet h Gifis is Sitifer iii with measles. James Cline transacted business monday. R. Jones of Carbondale was in Iilo Aday. New years was Hedrick s Day i ii i Mcnitt court. Kra Julian returned to the Home Lafayette Friday. Get your 6 per cent., Loans at the be of w. L. Rabourn. Two More cases of diphtheria reported in Talbot. Or. Case of Attica had business this Olace wednesday. Wilson Knowles of Green Hills in the City last week. Bargains in groceries saturday 9th at Mustard s store. You want anything in Job come to the review. Jains in groceries saturday Mustard s store. 18 in groceries saturday la at Mustard s store. Fielder now has a daily of evening lies publican. I Sale of groceries Satur Bah at Mustard s store Sial Sale of groceries s Zitur Lin. 9th at Mustard s store Lias Eva Moore entertained her in school class new year s Day 16 review Orange Jud almanac Only $1.40. In chamber or. Is Able to be or a tussle with the measles Lecial Sale of groceries Satur Lia Nuary 9tti at Mustard s store. A Pine Village has according to changes several cases of Chicken pox. A Veedersburg merchant will close at 8 o clock except on saturday rights. A attorney Davidson of Lafayette transacted Legal business in this City monday. A a. Little who has been suffering from the measles is again Able to be out. A All work on the court House at Rensselaer was suspended during the holidays. A Esquire Mcneal of Rainsville was Down monday looking after business interests. A a watch meeting service was held at the m. E. Church in this place new year s eve. A a number of our Young people took in the Quot up to Date club Quot dance at Attica last Friday night. A mrs. John Herricks of this place spent new years with friends relatives near her old Home. A if you want the county news take the review it contains them. Send for a Sample copy see. A about four More weeks until ground hog Day. Plenty of time for Winter Between then now. A you can learn the new butt Wick system of dress cutting free of charge at the Star clothing store. A the cold wave Snow arrived monday but a Little late. It now books is if we had Winter in Earnest. A the executive committe of the county sunday school association was in session saturday in this City. A two of Lebanon Boone county s largest business firms failed last week. Too Many creditors was the cause. A from every locality in this Section of the country come reports of the largest marketing of Corn in ten years a John a. Hock of Green Hill was in this place Friday saturday visiting friends transacting business. A the Veedersburg news is arranging the programme of its annual Abbit Hunt which takes place january 16th. A the Boswell Odd Fellows dedicated their new Hall thursday even no. Several were in attendance from Here. A oysters oysters oysters fish fish fish Good fish fresh barrel every Day at Welch bakery restaurant. A will. Yeagy wife of Lafayette have been spending the holidays h Ere the guests of relatives friends. A we Are under obligations to our Friend e. L. Hottenstein for an 1897 Calendar of the Winchester repeating Anns co. A it is now proper Christmas weather. We suggest that we have it Over again. We Are sure the boys girls will join u3. A the Stone company hns closed Down for the Winter. The a now have out quite a lot of Fine Stone but no orders for present shipment. A the entire family of Taylor Lincoln is at present confined to the House with the measles. Or. Lincoln has been very ill with them. A the present weather if continued will make our local Coal dealer Happy. So far this run of custom has been below the usual Standard. A Homer Smith of prarie spent a position of his Holiday vacation in this place. Or. Smith is a teacher a Young Man of great in Mise a or. John our resident dentist will visit West Lebanon every wednesday. Quot Toni Olgia Quot in painless extraction. Home office in the Hanly Block. A a Chester Rossiter teacher in the Pine Village graded school was in this place a portion of last week spending a part of his holidays with friends. A a. C. Goldsberry of Wolcott had the misfortune to lose his general store by fire tuesday night of last week. The loss is estimated at $3,500.00. A the new butt Wick Chart is the latest system of dress cutting invented can be Learned free of charge for the next ten Days at the Star clothing store. A the new butt Wick dress Chart unique simple Complete. A genuine tailor system of dress cutting can be Learned free of charge at the Star clothing store. A we Call your attention to the change of of c. L. Mcelhaney. Marshfield found in this Issue. Or. Mcelhaney quotes you prices Worth considering. Read them carefully. �?20,000 by bushels of Corn was recently shipped from Rensselaer on one train. This is but a similar instance to those All Over the Corn Belt. Is it any wonder the Price of Corn is Low a How our poor senators representatives in our state legislature will catch it from this on until after a United states senator is elected. Life will be made a Burden by Day by night. A Wilson Wagoner of Attica who Cut so Many Quot wild Bill Quot pranks about his fathers hotel in the above place recently has been adjudged insane taken to Indianapolis for treatment. A Hon. Jos. Sleeper of Oxford was in this place wednesday transacting business. Jos. Was recently married is taking a new Start in life. His Many friends wish him much happiness. Prof. J. H. Stephens of Pittsburg one of our boyhood chums made us a pleasant Call new years while visiting Here. It is like living our boyhood Over again to meet these old friends. A one of those Winter wetting rain came Friday saturday sunday which seems to go everywhere wet every thing. It did much Good however As the rain was needed for the Wells cisterns. A Farmers of Northern Indiana Are killing their horses Selling the hides. They do this to save expense of feeding them through the Winter. They say the feed is Worth More than the animal. A Jacob Sheifer tuesday purchased Hon. A f. Hanly s residence property on Falls Street paying $3,000 for the same. Or. Sheffer will occupy the same when he moves to this place during the year. A the schools were closed again monday noon on account of Lack of attendance. So Many households in town Are Ait listed that there was no attendance when school opened monday it was decided to again close. A John h. Spence the Veteran editor is writing for the Covington rep Uhlian some very interesting Pioneer reminiscences of Fountain county. They Are surely read with no Little interest by the paper s readers. A the old year went out amid the ringing of the Belle the shriek of whistle while the new was ushered in in like manner with shouts the rattle of old fire arms. Time moves on whether we will or not just As of old. Sex Sherril Powell is in Indianapolis looking after his chances for election As door keeper of the Senate. His Many friends wish him Success in his efforts. If he does not get first place we understand his Chance Are Good for a second. A the presbyterian Church entertainment at the Luppold opera House Friday night was a Success. The receipts were $40.95 about $30.00 was cleared for the Church. Those attending speak of the performance As being creditable. A the business men of Fowler up to april 1st will close their places of business at 7 p. M., except saturday night. From april to october the hour will be 8 o clock . This is argued to be a great saving will give business men More Liberty. A Lewis French South West of this 1 place wednesday sold the old Home f pm consisting of 182 acres to mrs. Lemma Rhoades of Lafayette consideration �9100. The Sale was made through the hustling real estate firm of Gass amp Bryant of Attica. A the circuit court is at present engaged in the Case of the damage suit of mrs. Mary Cheek against the i. C. Railroad company the Case will be a tedious one involving the examination of Many witnesses will probably last the rest of the week. A the county officers Are not a bit Happy Over the recent decision of the supreme court on the fee salary Law unless the coming legislature takes it into its head to change the Law there will not be Many Hunting a county office which will go a begging. A Christopher c. Cook mrs Kate sheilas of Independence came to this place last thursday securing a marriage License hunted up Justice Ivins who at his residence gave them permission to Call each other husband wife. They went Home Happy. A Collet Merrimen the sixteen year old son of Bruce Merrimen living South of Newport was shot in the hand by a revolver he was repairing Friday december 26th. He will recover Allright but will be More careful in the future to remove the loads from a gun before he attempts to repair it. A Goodland has increased the rate on her resident incandescent lights from 20 to 25c per month the commercial incandescent from 30 to 3oc per month. The Plant has run at a loss Ever since it was started the new schedule will Fidd �100 a month More to the revenues Tribune a Frank Leslie s popular monthly for no Venber is on our tables is filled As it always is with the Cream of literature. Its authors subjects Are too numerous noted for mention Here but Quot Are always first class. You can put nothing better in the Home than rank Leslie s periodicals. A our ice merchants Are very anxious for continued cold weather. They Are beginning to fear an ice famine. It is yet Early however to get scared As there is at least eight weeks of Good time for Winter ahead. This ought to be enough probably will be from present indications to do the work. A Fullenlove amp Nehrig the practical horse shoes of the county will put on four new shoes for $1.25. These gentlemen give the Best satisfaction in the county. Interfering Over reaching knee banging positively prevented or Money refunded. Remember they give a positive guaranteed on this. A postmaster Holtz left monday evening for Colorado Springs col., to visit his wife mrs. Dessie Holtz who is spending the Winter there for her health. He will be gone some Days we wish him a pleasant Safe journey for he has earned a Good , vacation rest. Fred is an obliging painstaking official. A the Williams theatre company is holding the boards Down at the new Oprea House this week. The plays so far Are said to be very Fine Well rendered. The company Are Clever Nice people deserve the patronage of the show Lov no Public. They should be Given better houses As their performances Are Good. For pain in the Chest a piece of flannel dampened with Camberlain s pain Balm bound on Over the seat of the pain another on the Back Between the shoulders will afford prompt Relief. This is especially valuable in cases where the pain is caused by a cold the a is a tendency toward pneumonia. For Sale by All druggists. A Barney Robards who was recently convicted of the murder of the Judson marshal at Covington was taken to Michigan City last week to serve a Twenty one years sentence. Robards is not the one who will really suffer. It is his wife children who Are left to fight alone for the conforms of life. Yet these May be better off. A read in this Issue the new of mrs. H. Held amp sons. They Are the hustling harness firm of this place keep on hand one of the Best stocks in their line in this country. They sell goods away Down it will always pay you to Trade with them. Their blankets Light heavy harness Are first class they Are sure to treat you the Best. A the River is out of its Banks having raised Over six feet during the past few Days. If the raise continues the pumping station will be rendered useless the City will have a water famine. With this danger staring us in the face everybody should be careful about their fires. If a conflagration Sho Tild Start the fire company would be unable to Cope with news. Married at the Home of the brides parents mr. Howard North West of this place at noon wednesday by Justice r. H. Ivins William Cole of Medina township miss Cora Howard. Following the ceremony an elegant dinner was served to a number of invited guests All participated most pleasantly. The Bride was the recipient of several very useful Beautiful presents. The review extends Best wishes to the Happy Young couple. A not a few who read what or own experience under like circumstances. Quot last Winter i had la Grippe which left me in a Low state of health. I tried numerous remedies none of which did me any Good until i was induced to try a bottle of Chamberlain s cough remedy. The first bottle of it so far relieved me that i was enabled to attend to my work the second bottle effected a for at 25 50 cents per bottle by All druggists. A sometime since our attention was called to the fact t iat Charley Berry of Rainsville who seems to live plenty of rats about his place caught Twenty one at one time in a trap which he recently purchased. It is the popular trap now on Sale is so arranged with windows trap doors that the further in or rat goes the tighter he gets. The trap works Best when two or More a the Boston store Williamsport advertises their third Semi annual clearance Sale in a full Page this Issue. Turn to Page 7 read it carefully. There were never greater bargains offered it is the privilege of every one to visit this Sale see that the matters set Forth in this Quot Quot Are actual facts. The Warren county dry goods co., though but a Little More than a year old is one of the greatest businesses of its kind in All this Section people Are learning that Williamsport is one of the bust places in All this Section to buy dry Good. This enterprising firm keeps any every thing in the Way of dry goods carpets boots amp shoes Etc., at prices away Down. A prosecuting attorney Brissey Deputy Claud Stearns Are hav get in. Surely Charley his trap it of business in the circuit Are a Success. Court this week. There were in All a William Hamilton son of the late w. L. Hamilton aged about Twenty two years operator of the elevator at Marshfield died at his Home in the above place at noon tuesday from Puen Monia following upon a severe cold. He had been ill Only since last thursday. He was a Young Man of exceptional business ability highly respected his death is a sad blow to the family locality. The funeral will be held at 10 30 Friday morning. A mrs. Or. Hopkins the second oldest sister of Jacob Sheffer for Many years a resident of Williamsport died at the residence of her son in st. Louis Friday january 1st, aged about 71 years. The remains were brought to this place sunday morning interred beside those of her husband who died about five years ago at Champaign iii., in Hillside cemetery. Mrs. Hopkins was a prominent worker in the presbyterian Church st. Louis where her funeral services will be held next sunday morning. Obituary later. A the religious sect known As drunkards Are endeavouring to Purchase Brown county ind., Complete organize thereon a settlement governed by their own ideas. They have already purchased 41,000 acres 100 families will located on the the land in a few Days form the nucleus of what is intended to be a great settlement. The proprietors of the scheme say that neither court House nor jail will be needed that the election of local officers will be held Only to comply with the Law As All property will be held a in . Corn will Advance gradually Quot said a local dealer. Quot it May be slow but As the demand commences increases with the exposition of the country s wheat the Price will go up by summer i expect to see it Worth from 25 to 30 cents. In Case this happens it will mean millions of dollars to the Farmers of this country for the Corn crop is one of the largest Ever gathered. In two weeks nearly All the Corn crop in this part of Illinois will have been cribbed. A few Farmers Are buying cattle to feed. They Are High ranging from $3.75 to $4, Good Stock of this kind is Park express. A the biennial report of the trustees of the Indiana University was filed with the governor last Friday asking for an appropriation of �250,-000 for new buildings. There Are now 879 students in the University which is double the attendance of five years ago the trustees say the time has come when Steps must be taken to increase the facilities As Many of the departments Are cooped up in basements. Within the past few years fifteen professors have been taken from the faculty by other educational institutions that paid better salaries if the institution is to hold its teachers they must be paid better salaries. A Allen Pence whose wife children live in Pine Village went Over there last saturday to take the children Home with him for a Little stay. Mrs. Pence was suspicious that he desired to Kidnap them refused. Al. Seems to have run things about there for a while then left town. A warrent was sworn out for his arrest Pence was found sunday taken to Pine Village fined. He refused to pay his Fine was brought Down Here. The sight of this horrible old jail was enough he handed Over $24 the amount of costs al. Was allowed to go to Hia Home in Liberty Robert Rowls of Holland va., has township. He made things Lively to say below will remember their about the Village for a time. About seventy state cases on the docket this term of course All have to be looked after if tried by the prosecuting attorney his deputies. About fifty of these cases however were upon information or indictments charging violations of a Section or sections of the Nicholson Law a trial of one Case would virtually Settle the matter As to a number of others. Butth ground had to be gone Over just the same entailed no Little work. A state Case is always a hard Case to make Good this is especially True when it come to liquor cases because there is so much minutia involved the omission of any Point of which is fatal to a Case. That a conviction occurs is evidence that close careful work has been done on the part of the prosecution. Prosecutor Brissey the firm of Stearns amp ringer deserve much credit for their persistent work in these cases. As in other cases a prosecution in them is very often made upon personal prejudices these when presented to a judge or jury have As they should no standing in court. A one of Crawfordsville s Best known most popular citizens met with an Accident last Friday that Cost him his life cast a gloom of sorrow Over the City or. W. B. Hardee started out Friday afternoon with a gun telling his wife he was going Rabbit Hunting would return at 3 o clock. When he did not return at the appointed time mrs. H. Became uneasy when night came he was still absent the alarm was Given Hunting parties started out in All directions. It was not until near Midnight that the searchers found his dead body lying near a Fence just outside the City limits. The gun was on the opposite Side of the Fence. There was a Bullet Hole in his Temple from appearances of the Fence it is believed the Accident was cased by a rail falling off the Fence striking the gun causing it to explode the Cartridge. Two boys saw talked to or. Hardee just a few minutes before the Accident heard the shot but As they were skating on a Small Pool there were High grounds Between them where they heard the shot they did not see the Accident supposed or. H. Had fired at a Rabbit. Or. Hardee leaves a wife daughter. The widow was formerly the wife of r. E. Ray who was in the shoe business Here a few years Republican. A editor Tom Clifton of the Wae Ken review cried so hard about not receiving a Turkey this Christmas that de. Patton took pity on him forwarded a Fine Bird. Last year de. Sent him a whole Job lot of stuff Tom Blower so much about it that de. Came near swearing off. But pity will melt the hardest heart it got there on ivcifs.-the Turkey got Here All right in the Nick of time. We had been Over to Covington spent All our Loose change in trying to get that stationary contract my How things change Over in Fountain failed. We told trustee Cronk All about it we think he must have explained to our Friend de. Who always was the biggest hearted fellow on Earth Aure enough Here it came. . Always told us we talked too much for our own Good but somehow he understands us we have been trying our Best to obey his injunction. Nevertheless we told a lot of our special friends Over Here about that Fine Turkey de. Sent us it was a caution How their Mouths watered. We know they All wanted such a Friend. But we would not part wit it i de. For the world. Take him where you will he is the Prince of Good Fellows. Don t you think Well Ever for get him his Happy family

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