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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - June 10, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana A m . The Coury o a devoted to the interests of will a it sport we Wal Rren county. Vol. Vii. Williaj Visout Wauriw county in a in la a thursday june 10, Psi 7. A a limb a 24.local news. W. W. Crane Hedrick for Mer Cleaudise of any kind. There will be four graduates of the High school this year. The latest creation. Green coloured shoes at the Boston store. Much mischief has been done by Rii aking virtue seem a nuisance. Chicken thieves regard a Bird in the hand is Worth two in the Roost. The latest creation Green coloured shoes at the Boston store. A chronic Grumbler can be set d it in As a person who Loans too much. It is much easier to organize a Trust than to Trust the parties who organize the proceeds of the presbyterian Exchange last saturday were $10.50. Attend the High school commencement and h3ar the Fine orchestra. Any kind of Hay tools can be bought very cheap of c. G. Dick Carbondale. A million persons need one Dollar to one person who needs a million dollars. Three ministers have resigned their charges at Lafayette within the past month. Too Many people have an idea that religion can be measured by the length of the face. It will pay you big to take your Wool to j. Frank Mcdermond. Highest Price guaranteed. For a neat clean and up to Date hair Cut and shave Call on j. W. Ammerman. 22-4. $2.00 buys the finest dress shoe for ladies or gentleman at the new Gem shoe Sture. E. A. Biggs. The greatest bargains of the season. Men s and boys shoes at -25 per pair at the Boston store. I have $700 to place on farm loan. Clear abstract of title . L. Tabourn. 22-h. See the ladies Low shoes the Boston store has placed on Sale quot at 98 cents Plain Black and chocolate. Frank Field a Well known citizen of Mound township died at his Home sunday evening of consumption. I if it member the Buckeye is the Best Mower in the world All leading Farmers use them pc. G. Dick Carbondale. Special pains have been taken to secure Fine music for the commencement this year. You will be delighted with it. Attention is called to the advertisement of d. K. Butt the opera House grocer which appears in this Issue of the review. Quot according to custom the i. O. O. F. Of Williamsport will decorate the Graves of their departed members on sunday june 20. I will close out my entire line of Plain White Queen Iswani eat Cost to make room for my incoming shoe Stock. E. A. Biggs for Buckeye mowers and binders it Avill pay you to go to Carbondale and see c. G. Dick he Seils very cheap. 22-4 i keep a full line of Barbers supplies. When in need of anything in that line Call on j. A Ammermon. 22-4 Fob rent i have two Good farms to rent for Cash. Will rent for one year or More. 24-2 . Winks. A Large party of Young people from Williamsport were entertained at the Beautiful country Home of attorney j. A. Sutton monday evening. Cut prices on Buckeye mowers and binders the Best in the world., i can save you . G. Dick Carbondale. The press work on this Issue of the review is not As Good As the publisher would like to have seen but that feature will be improved by next week. If you want Good prices on twine implements and machinery come and see c. G. Dick at Carbondale ind. Lemon s orchestra consisting of a Fine combination of Vind and stringed instruments will furnish the music for the High school commencement program. Roy Fox proprietor of Williamsport s big double front grocery House has a new advertisement in this Issue which will be of interest to All readers. 99 cents will this week buy for you a pair of ladies Fine summer walking shoes Eather tan or Black. At the new Gem shoe store. Call at once to secure sizes. E. A. Biggs. Always remember that w. W. Crane at Hedrick has the goods and makes prices that will interest you on general Merchando a and farm implements carriages wagons Etc. Arthur j. Broser with his Tribune furnishes the people of Porter comity a Bright neatly printed paper giving his patrons the news in a comprehensive and Able manner. Attica s Long sought for dry Well is now a reality and the work of completing her water works will now be pushed Forward. It is expected that the Plant will be completed by september 1. The attention of review read ers is directed to the new advert Ismen of the quot Blue front quot grocery store China Ware Given away to purchasers. Nothing else Given away by text to it prices very Low. M. E. Taylor the Pine Village hardware furniture and implement Man comes to the front this week with a new advertisement. Custo mers will find bargains at All times in or. Taylor s establishment. Or. And mrs. P. W. Fleming entertained a party of their Frie ids to the number of about seventy on tuesday evening. Refreshments were served and the occasion was a most enjoyable one to All present. Quarterly meeting at the m. E. Church occurs saturday and sunday june 12 and 13. Services saturday at 2 30 and 7 30 p. My a and the regular sunday services. Elder buckles presiding at All meetings. A quot what Large animal did Man first come in Contact with in settling our Western country that i would be the most afraid of quot inquired a lady teacher of her class. Quot a mouse quot promptly responded a Bright Urchin. Or William Reed aged 82 years died at West Lebanon saturday evening of paralysis. The remains were tak a to Remington monday for burial beside the remains of her husband who died several years ago. The weather being so. Cold saturday evening the festival Given by the ladies of the Christian Church was not very Well attended consequently the receipts were Light the society Only netting about five dollars out of the affair. Read the new advertisement of f. B. Ogborn the dry goods Man at Pine Village. Bargains at the right of you bargains at the Lef of you bargains in front of you and bargains behind you is wha you find upon entering this store John c. Goodwine who recently returned from his regular Winter Sujo Itron in the South was in town monday to ans atting business. While Here he paid the review a visit. Or. Good wine is one of the representative men o the county. Interesting Trade news will be Lound in the occupied by the Boston store quot an honest tale speeds Best being plainly told quot a and the management adopt the plainest Way to Tell the Story of its honest values by telling it in Plain figures. Hundreds of thousands have been n d u c e d to try Chamberlain s Bugh remedy by Reading what it has done for others and have ested its merits for themselves Are to Day its warmest friends. For Sale by Armstrong amp Swank druggists Williamsport ind. Mrs. Nancy Wilhite Nee Bolty died at her Home at Hedi ick Jordan township saturday morning after a lingering illness with consumption she was buried sunday at nine o clock at the Wilhite cemetery North of Hedrick. There was quite a Large funeral. Arch e. Ray Attica s hustling shoe Man Calls attention to a Novelty in a shoe lace. Or. Ray says that if every stitch in his Best grades of shoes sold could speak they d never Stop telling their Good Points. As it is they must be worn to find what they Are Worth. One of the last acts of president Cleveland before retiring from the presidency was to sign a Bill by which the government will pay an indemnity of $10 on and registered package lost if it contains that amount or More in value. The new Law will soon be put in operation. The grocery concern of l. W. Judy amp co., desires that people know they Are not a one night stand but a continuous performance with no narrow gauge methods. Good goods and the lion s share of the profits to their customers. Read their announcement. The old Village is looking her very prettiest now the Beautiful Shade Trees and Nice clean streets add very much to its appearance. A travelling Man remarked the other Day that he die. Not know of a nicer town of its size in Western i Village news. The Democrat at Spencer the Capitol of Owen county was sole ast week to George b. Grift in the late publisher r. Mcneill formerly owned the Democrat a Attica and is Well known in this Vicinity. It is understood tha or. Mcneil has no definite plans or the future. An announcement of the Star a Lothing House will be read wit much interest. A bargain Banque is at hand and you Are invited to sit Down to a merchandising Feas which will be Replete with tempt ing offers on which you can Gorge your Money saving desires to the satisfaction Point l. W. Clifton and wife Chicago Are Here visiting his parents or. And mrs. C. W. Clifton and her relatives and friends at West l eld anon this week. They Are making the Best of their Outing Riding about on their tandem. They Rode or from Lafayette enjoying the trip very much. The men Selling Mills for grinding feed Are operating in this Section. The business end of the Deal the part that hurts is when the Farmer who becomes an agent has to step up to the Bank and pay a note we Rich he supposed was a contract for the handling of Mills. Look out for the swindlers. W. L. Rabourn presented the review wit ii a Nice lot of strawberries of the Jesse Crescent and Gay Field varieties. Theorists say that vines to be productive must be replanted every two years. These were Choice berries though not As Large or Raburn says As last year yet they Are the fifth crop. The local editor of the Attica daily in i facetiously remarks that work has been resumed in the dry Well. This writer is not onto All the curves yet but pre sex ass there is a deep Well defined joke concerning tie dry Well. We understand though that or. Case is considerable of a dry joker though. A new advertisement for Judy amp Titus appears in this Issue. This concern from the Start had the grit o defy temporary gain for a per manent standing disdained meteoric advancement for permanent Public position and Pinn e d value quot openly on their sleeve hat All might know where they Stop As merchants. Leopold by sch a prominent resident of Elgin Illinois who Cam a to the Hunter Miner i Springs about three weeks ago for be Ament died there tuesday morning. He had been suffering Tom diabetes for nearly three years and his physicians pronounced his Case hopeless before he decided to try the Springs. Vest Lebanon has a new Post master the Transfer of the office eing made saturday night h. H. I ugh the new Man at the Helm is Young and Active and the people of Lebanon believe he will give them Good service. His daughter will act As Deputy. The retiring officer Bolivar Robb served four ears giving general a tits action. A petition was presented the Doard of county commissioners by he town of Williamsport asking hat certain territory lying South of town be annexed. The matter was brought before that body yes erd by for argument. Hon. Eie Stansbury representing the town and j. M. Hunter the property owners apposed to the annexation. The commissioners decided by a vote of two to one to reject the petition. My husband has suffered with sick headache Ever since a Little boy and has tried everything he Ever heard of but obtained no Relief. We have been using Carter s Cascara cordial and Are very much pleased with it my husband has been growing steadily better and we feel confident he will entirely recover. We Are very thankful and take great pleasure in recommending Carter s Cascara cordial As a splendid Medicine. Mrs. May Sanders Chicago iii. This Story is guaranteed by the woman who tells it for she quot saw the boy quot it was in a Little town up in new York state. It could be named but that for the moment the has slipped the mind. But any Way it was in one of those Small towns where the residents Swap farm products for groceries. Quot the boy quot had gone to the store for his Mamma and this was what the astonished outsider heard him say to the storekeeper quot mister a says you re to please give me a egg s Worth of Mustard. The hen is for three years we have never been without Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy in the hc5use," says a. H. Patter with e. C. Atkins amp co., Indianapolis ind and my wife would As soon think of being without flour As a bottle of this remedy in the summer season. We have used it with All three of our children and it has never failed to Cmel not simply Stop a pain but cure absolutely. It is All right and any one who tries it will find it for Sale by Armstrong amp Swank druggists Willian Asport ind. One of the Best equipped Edu optional institutions in America is Purdue University of Lafayette Indiana. This University embraces six departments of instruction. Tend Over four years and Lead to the degree of Bachelor of science b. A. These departments Are a school of mechanical engineering a school of civil engineering a school of electrical engineering a school of applied science a school of agriculture and a school of pharmacy. Tuition is free to residents of the state. Agents wanted a for or. Tal Mage s quot the Earth girdled quot or his famous tour around the world. A thrilling Story of Savage and barbarous lands. Four million Talmage books sold and quot the Earth girdled quot is his late st and greatest. Demand enormous a everybody want this famous Blok Only s3.50. Big Book big commission a Gold mine for workers credit Given freight paid out fit free drop All trash and sell the King of books and make �300 per month. Address f r outfit and territory. Peoples 3941 Market st., Philadelphia Penna. 19-g. Uncle William Grovv has been a resident of this state since january 1820, and has lived in Warren county since february 1s30. He says he knows of but three persons who have been residents of the county As Long a As he. Elsilia Rogers of Mound was Here when he came. He was engaged in merchandising Clown the River at a Point then known As Baltimore Long since abandoned. Abner Good wine of Jordan and William Briar of Pine Are the two others. These four men have resided in the county More than sixty seven years some of them Over seventy years. From a valued clip the following paragraph which should big. Preserved read often by Young men and boys quot every boy and Young Man in town is spotted and when vacancies occur in Banks or other positions of responsibility they do not go to those who hang Aroi ind the i Public places nor those who put in their time smoking cigarettes and aping the styles of dudes and mashers but to the intelligent Man who has a clean record for Industry sobriety and honesty to the one who is anxious to do All in his Power for his employer. A straight clean Manly boy never has to Hunt very Long for a Job. He is always a stabbing affray occurred in Attica one evening last week in which a Man by the name of Holly made a desperate Effort to take the life of Jim Miller proprietor of a Pool room. It seems that Holly surrounded a Large Quantity of red liquor and then entered the aforesaid Pool room and proceeded to break up the furniture. Miller threw the disturber into the Street and there a fight ensued. Holly showed a disposition to take the life of Miller by making Many vicious thrusts at him with a pocket knife but he fell Short succeeding Only in making three or four slight cuts through Miller s clothing to the flesh. Miller s shirt was Cut in shreds. Fletcher Boyd who became postmaster at Covington tuesday had a Peculiar experience. On taking the office he was approached by three of the old clerks who demanded employment for a certain length of time under a written contract. The postmaster refused to accede to their demands. 9 and they walked out leaving him alone and without experience to run the office As Best he could. Are not these men who were government employees subject to prosecution for quot conspiracy their action retards government business. Working for an individual is one thing for the government another. To be sure they Avert in the employment and would be yet at the same time handling government business and ther is at least a question whether or not they should answer to the government for their actions. Judge Wallace of the Superior court at Lafayette was asked saturday night by Stansbury amp Stephens of Williamsport and Hanly amp Wood of Lafayette attorneys for John f. Judy and Daniel p. Gaines to Issue a temporary injunction a prohibiting Samuel Snoddy from Selling or in any Way encumbering his West Lafayette property until such time As a final hearing for a perpetual injunction can be had the plaintiffs allege that in january last they filed a Siut against said defendant for labor and work demanding 85,000. That said claim was referred to a master who reported that said Judy was entitled a to $1,558,97 and said Gaines Tov a ,059,54. The complaint alleges that or. Snoddy is about to dispose of his quot West Side property to quot a r ies in i Linci in Exchange for real estate and that this will take from beyond ii he jurisdiction of the court the Means of plaintiffs sati tying their claims. A Bond is filed with one gentleman thereon represented As being Worth $125,-000 the Case will come up for hearing june 14. Tuesday a 11 o r n e y Robert Braden was seen by a review representative and the usual inquiry was made As to whether or not he knew of anything that would make a news item. He could think of nothing yet the Attica daily news of monday has the following quot a picnic party spent sunday at Portland Arch returning by Way of this City and. Taking supper at a the . Those in the party were miss Delia Fleming of West Lebanon miss Bertie Braden and miss Addie Mccurdy of Danville Frank Goodwine of West Lebanon and Robert Braden of Williamsport. In their Case the old proverb of quot it never Rains but it pours quot was aptly illustrated. They got caught in the real rain broke a Trace in going up the Portland Hill broke a single tree soon afterwards and then just before reaching this City broke the other single tree. It fell on one of the horses and it entertained them for some time with an exhibition of fancy and High kicking that would have been a credit to the vaudeville it would seem that or. Braden is not capable of judging As to what material is necessary in making a newspaper item. A great physician once said that a if every one knew the value of Buttermilk As a drink it would be More freely partaken of by persons who drink so excessively of other beverages and further compared its effects upon the system to the cleaning out of a Cook stove that has been clogged up with ashes that have been sifted through filling every Crevice and crack saying that the human system is like the stove and collects and gathers re ouse matter that can in no Way be exterminated from the system so effectually As by drinking Buttermilk. It is also a remedy for indigestion soothes and quiets the nerves and is very somnolent to those who Aie troubled Avith sleeplessness. Its medicinal x properties cannot be Over rated and it should be freely used by All who can get it. Every one who values Good health should drink Buttermilk every Day in warm weather and let Tea Coffee and water alone. For the Benefit of those who Are not already aware of it i May add that in the churning of it the first i to Cess of digestion is gone through making it one of the easiest and Xii Chest of All things to digest. It makes gastric Jinice and contains properties that readily assimilate with it with very Little Wear upon the Coli ses in each. Of which Sci under the pay of the postmaster the digestive organs. Quot of a v

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