Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana 28 Jul 1898
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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - July 28, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana
Kains Villa. Mrs. Susie Lee and Little son of Oxford in is visiting Imre. Or Junos fresh of Kickapoo visited Clarence Dawson last sunday. Will Ilu st and family have been visiting grandma Hurst near Liswell. Cainsville was Well represented at the West Pine c. E. Pieniel last sunday. mrs. John Cobb entertained friends and relatives from Ambia last Friday. Mrs Kate st Nile is the proud owner of a new cresent bicycle purchased in Attica. Miss Alba Shen Cross of Lafayette is visiting a sirs. Will Brown and other relatives hero. Mrs. Lillie loll Man went last. Wednesday. To Gessie ind., to visit bar grand father who is sick. Or. Parker Smith and son of Boswell were in town Friday in the interest of the Central Telephone soon to be erected Here. I it of quot to forget the ice Cream social at the m. E. Church next saturday even ing july 30. Good cakes Good Cream and a pleasant evening will be enjoyed by All who come. Jackson fix has purchased the Bond farm one mile South of Talbot. Or. Fix will take Possession next Spring. He also sold his farm near Pine Village to Jacob Fry. Will Peltier will move on the farm now occupied by Jackson fix. _ August Luiks Home journal. The Rusti jew Williams poet wih july 28, 1898. You need dry goods or carpets you owe it to your family you owe it to yourself to visit Charles w. Zeigler s Cut Price Sale and buy the Best and cheapest Bill of dry goods you Ever bought. Zeigler s dry goods store is the largest in Attica. Zeigler s dry goods store is the Only one in Attica having one Price. Zeigler s dry goods store is tie store Itiat Bias honest and real Cut Price sates. a. Zbig Elbr the largest and Only one Price or goods and carpet House in Attica. Pine Village. All those who Are fond of Bright entertaining fiction for Midsummer Reading will find the August ladies Home journal entirely to their taste. As usual the August Issue of the journal is largely Given up to Short stories there being nine in one number. These include a picturesquely weird Story by Hawthorne a strongly realistic tale by Clara Morris the actress a numerous adventure by John Kendrick Bangs and romances told in a tenderer key by e. H. Mayde abbe Carter Goodloe Sewell Ford and Betti a Welch. Virginia Woodward Cloud graphically pictures a a a girl of Salem quot in vigorous verse and Julia Magruder concludes her novelette quot a heaven kissing Hill. There is genuine humor in Robert j. Burdett s Tongue less liars quot and fresh interest in summer Piazza stories shall our girls go to College quot is answered by Edward Bok who also writes in advocacy of quot giving allowances to Girla quot and if a tidies the various kinds of mushrooms growing in the Woods that Are fit for food. There Are practice articles in Needle work millinery and on a variety of homely topics and the musical feature is a song quot when i wait at thebans for Nell by the Curtis a Villi Hing company Philadelphia. One Dollar a year Teu cents per copy. Wells Hoosier poultry powder makes hens Lay euros cholera gapes and roup and keeps poultry healthy. Price 25c. Per a Scrace. Sold by Armstrong amp Swank. Wilma sport music on the goal hol hone. Few people appreciate the marvelous Power of the graph phone As an entertainer. It is an instrument which though it costs much less than the least expensive musical instruments will enable its owner to have at pleasure music of any kind from that of a bagpipe to that of a grand military baud. It reproduces vocal selections and gives one command of every pleasure that appeals to the sense of hearing. No investment pays such Large returns in pleasure. Besides reproducing the musical and other records made for entertainment purposes the graph phone will record immediately and reproduce at once and As often As is desired your own words or song or any sound. By writing to Columbia phonograph co., 211 state Street. Chicago 111., you can obtain a catalogue that will give you full information As to prices of graph phone outfits. 19-tf by c. M. Frank Frazier of otters iii was in town tuesday. The photograph Man is doing some Good work while among us. A. S. Gagnier the new Baker is doing Good baking and the shop is having a a us rutile business. The Oxford press has quite a Breezy correspondent at the Village. A Cool Breeze is a Good thing. The race track is kept hot now. Races on tuesday s and Friday s. Thei eare several Good horses around the Village. S. C. Fenton Sun Dayed in i Billsboro. Lie visited relatives and friends returning Home Early in the week to attend to his music class. Thos. Rhode and family were in attendance at the West Pine Endeavor meeting sunday. Several others from the Village were present. Bro. Quot White preached Good sermons sunday morning and evening. In the evening the service was held in the Church j Ard where there was a Little Breeze. The ladies of the m. E. Church will have a social at the residence of aunt Sarah Metsker to which All Are cordial invited. Next saturday evening is he time. Go to the people s grocery for Low prices on groceries. Highest prices paid for country produce. Always a Large Stock of tobacco s on hand. Give us a Call. S. A. Mccord proprietor. Roy Shackleton and sister Lena will to to Attica to school this Winter. Both Are Well advanced for their years. They have bail Many opportunities and have improved them All. This is one Way to obtain greatness. Editor Harry Boss after an extended visit in Michigan returned the first of the week. His brother will deserves compliments on the appearance of the news last week and James Ross did the Ink act quite Well estate pc and Cyclone insurance. Relief in six hours. Distressing kidney and b adder disease relieved in six hours by new great South american kidney it is a great Surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in bladder kidneys and Back in male or female. Relieves retention almost immediately. If you want Quick Relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold by a. B. Donovan druggist Williams port Indiana. 9-42 Morris English stable liniment Tiu Rei lameness cuts bruised scratch a Galu Sweeney. Spavins splint curb Etc. Price Boe. Per Bogue sold by Armstrong amp Swank. for Salk of Trade. The largest and beet livery establishment in Williamsport including the real estate and Stock is for Sale or will Trade for a Good farm. Oal on or address a. W. Brier s livery barn Williamsport ind. 30-tf quot fire in the morning. Money in full in pocket Quick As it can travel. No worry or having to Settle for Hilf when iii Sun de with in any a business Man you know could not stand up Long enough to be counted if it were not for the All sustaining arms of insurance. How necessary then that it should be Good. Over forty years dealing i Ali men and still occupying an esteemed position among insurance companies. That s the record of our newly acquired companies with our experience and the financial backing of our companies every Man can insure Home and feel Safe. Few conditions. No technicalities. Echoes come from imitators. It s from sound insurance methods that comes the real ring. A sight to see is the site where your Home was located that is now in ruins. Such a sight can be robbed of its terrors by having an insurance policy safely placed in your pocket. To place the policy Worth its weigh t in Gold place it with Braden amp Rossiter. What can t be cured May be endured if you Are insured. Sort ado in Strance. Are Yon insured against Tornado ? this class of insurance is being recognized by the Public As a necessity no one including the mortgagees secure vivit Haiut it. This is the season of the year in which cyclones Are most prevalent no Section of the country is exempt. The press gives accounts of terrible disasters almost daily. Remember the Koval and Connecticut insurance companies Issue Tornado policies As Well As fire policies at reasonable rates for one year or a term of years. Fantastic timepieces. In after a very pleasant ride of too Miles Clarence Mcmullen returned Home. Francesville Logansport Peru Wabash Marion where is situated the soldiers Home and Kokomo were some of the towns lie visited a Large number of the Young friends of we. Little from the Village and Oxford gathered at his Home five Miles South East of the Village on last thursday evening and were delightfully entertained by the Host. William is a a ight Young Man full of life and ambition. He made All feel at Home and we could not have spent a More pleasant evening in a King s Palace. His genial Sisters did much to make the evening a Success. Will is Well liked by his Many friends and his future is a Bright estate yes buy real estate. It s the safest investment one can make. It won t Burn decay or run away. It s the foundation of All securities and everything else that is substantial and solid. It pays better interest and is More liable to increase in value than any other investment. 90 per cent of the wealth in men of the world have made most of their Money in real estate. Why can t you ? we buy and sell real estate and loan Money on Long or Short Yon want anything in our line see is before Yon do business. Braden amp Rossiter Williamsport ind. Office in Republican Block. Is. State of Ohio City of toi edo Lucas county. Frank j. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of f. J. Cheney amp co., doing business in the City of Toledo county and state aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one Hundred dollars it each and every Case of Satarrah that cannot be cured by the use of Hal ii s Catarrh cure. Frank j. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th Day of december a. D. 1886.a a a. W. Gleason i Seal. Notary Public Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Chenry amp co., Toledo Ohio sold by druggists 75c. Hall family pills Are the Tell the Story not wind it is a Economy is a Good thing. It is a to buy our goods is True Economy. It is a our Stock is better selected and better suited to the Trade of Warren and adjoining counties than any other Stock hereabouts. It is a our goods give perfect satisfaction to everyone buying them. It is a if you want the Best furniture at the most reasonable prices you can get it of leading dealers in furniture and under talking. A Telephone 111.--night Calls 7 7. That the review Ano costs Butone Dollak Dill fashioned watches were made Many carious shapes. Since timepieces have come within the reach of everybody and watches Are made Large enough for bicycle bars and Small enough for the lady s ring it is curiously interesting to recall some of the old fashioned ones that served our ancestors leg Well generations ago. Long before our time or that of our grandfathers watches were made in such fantastic fashion that it is a Marvel that their owners managed to carry them about. No one seems to know the exact Date of the first timepiece but the Middle of the fifteenth Century seems to have been the period when quot portable clocks quot began to appear in the different collections of Antiquaries there Are a few specimens of the quot Nuremberg eggs quot or watches made in Oval shapes and coming from the town after which they were named. In the Possession of lady Fitzgerald of England there was one watch which was shaped like an Eagle which had a email boy on its Back. This Odd ornament was made to hint at the Story of Jupiter and Ganymede. The breast of the Bird opened to show the dial beneath it and the works were most elaborately ornamented. When the fair owner of this treasure did not wish to Wear it on her Girdle she could stand it on her table. Gold and Silver Smiths seem to have let their fancy run riot during the sixteenth Century and watches made in the form of ducks acorns of Cockle shells and of All possible things made their appearance. Most of them struck the hour and one notable invention fired a diminutive pistol at certain intervals. When Henry ii of France fell in love with Diana of Poitiers about 1547eho was a widow and wore mourning. Of course that offered an Opportunity to the extravagant courtiers of the Day and the result was that All the ornaments at court were fashioned after such Gre some ideas that the ridiculous was close upon the Sublime to say the least. Rings were formed like skeletons tiny col snip of Gold were worn As ornaments and they contained enamelled Fig ires of death but the most striking products of tho hour were the watches which dangled from fair ladies belts and which represented grinning skulls the tops of which lifted to disclose the dial plate of course the eyes were Brilliant jewels and Small fortunes were spent in the elaborate ornamentation of these funeral trinkets. But the watches the trinkets and the people who wore them have Allpass de away and since 1620, or thereabout the Flat Oval or round timepiece has been the general favorite. Time does not go so fantastically with us As it did with those untutored geniuses of earlier times and perhaps our Plain substantial watches Teil As much of our character As did those bizarre inventions of earlier Days about the men and women who wore Earle. F gation of Sagar beets. The irrigation should not begin Emtil the beets show plainly that they Are in need of moist a if water is applied too Early the beets Are Apt to be a cwt and springy instead of Long and tapering As desired. The number of irrigation will depend on the soil and location but All watering should cease at least three weeks before the time of harvesting. Prepare for irrigation by running Small ditches in alternate rows and in taming the water m be very careful not to overflow the ditches for flooding will damage the crop. Cultivate As soon As the ground is dry enough after each irrigation. It will keep tho soil Loose and help in retain 1 ing the Experiment station. _ it o West Rine. V. X. Jones was in Boswell saturday. James Grames and family of Rains Ville were visiting Here sunday Joe sales of main Sivile passed through Here on his Bike sunday. The social at or. Melvins wednesday night was Well attended. W. Harmon and family of Pine Village were the guests of w. 11. Shores sunday. Authur Lilly or who is Reading Law in the office of Lee Bartlett spent sunday at Home. Miss pet Boggs of Williamsport spent several Days last week and this with Lulu Bussell. Ralph Bartlett and miss Brown of Ambia wheeled to West Pine on a Tai Idem sunday. Mrs. Chas. Smith mrs. V. N. Jones and mrs. Samuel Lewis were visiting. Friends near Pine Village monday. Mrs. Samuel Lewis of Walnut Grove was visiting her son Chas. Smith and her daughter mrs. V. N. Jones a couple of Days last week. The Endeavor last sunday was led by mrs. Tom Jones and a very interesting meeting it was. A duet Sang by the misses Mattie Brown and Bessie Jones was the captivating feature of the occasion. Amos Laswell who has been at work Here for several months received a Telegram saturday saying that his brother was seriously ill at his Home Versailles and he accordingly returned there immediately. Amos has made Many friends Here and we Are sorry to Haye him called Home on so sad an occasion. Jap Akres was seen with a smile All Over his face sunday morning i Inch of course demonstrated that something out of the Ordinary had happened. Upon investigating we found that a girl baby of average proportions had made its appearance at his Home and expressed a willingness to stay. Mother and child Are doing Well. We always thought that the editor of the review was a great big heir ted fellow and we were More fully convinced of it than Ever last tues Lay alien he presented us with something very handsome As a compensation for the work done by us for his paper. We will still continue to do All we can to deserve the compliments which lie pays us. The Endeavor Day meeting last sunday was Well attended and was very interesting. Rev. Fillmore delivered a stirring and eloquent address in the morning on quot god s hand in ende Avor work quot we agreed with Hiis on every Point he made except when he said the Christian ende Avoyer has been the sole Means of eradicating the Mason and Dixon line and exit rating there Are Many other Christian organizations which have just As great a tendency to draw our people together As the Christian Endeavor and we believe in giving them their Sha a of the Praise. Furthermore the Lov for our country has brought Many aple into a Unity with the masses who Are too sceptical to be brought by Christian work. The Chase choir Sang a splendid Anthem and misses Freeman and Coffenberry of Boswell Sang a duet that was Well received by the audience. Mrs. Left new s paper was appreciated by All and Eider Armstrong s address was very Good. Sulky Fok Sale. A two seated Surry and one set of Surry harness for Sale Cash or on time. Callon or address , 29-tf Williamsport ind insecticides for Watermelon. The following Ach Duje of prefer Utica a Ary operations is recommended by is. W. Stama in a bulletin on Waterm log of issued by the Georgia station in which he pictures a the lot of the Cota Mercial Melon grower As not a Happy one and says that in order to protect himself with certainty against a in Sec de predators the grower must take it fat granted they will each visit him in turn a Pinch of nitrate of soda to each. Hiu As soon As the Young plants Ore up. This is to insure full vigor and Power of Resis Toce to All enemies As they arrive on the scene. wit i Paris greens four ounces to to Gallons water at in Tercala of a week for two or three spraying. This is for the Rae Lon worm striped Cucumber Beetle and Flea Bee la Inte mediately at intervals of a week Midway Between the Arsenite spraying with a 1 to 15 mixture of kerosene and water kerosene emulsion same strength or whale Oil soap two pounds to the gallon May be used instead w the Melon Louse is found to have locate d on the plants. Carbon Disulphide May be used in obdurate cases or where the planting is sufficiently Large to justify it should these Steps be taken the Power May be reasonably certain of saving i Jill crop and As they Are not very mostly it will be found to Well repay the Effie it. Oases he Nellie aged 3, was out walking with her father but she soon became tired and he is obliged to carry her. Quot is i a by heavy papa quot she Aske As he set her Down a Demerit to rest. Quot indeed you Are quot he replied. Quot say papa quot continued the Litty miss quot in t you dest awful tickled Laid t Twina quot a
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