Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
17 Mar 1898

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17 Mar 1898

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - March 17, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana The Leview williams1p0rt, ik�., March 17, 1898. In be j. H. Letcher editor. Publish ii every to Linsday and Ferod at the Posto Fluce at Azillia Niport As second clasp mail matter. Subscriptions will be coi tinned unless i Osi timely ordered discount Inrod at the and tim it paid for. Subscription rates. Oae year.$1.0c sixmontlis.50 Job printing. Rehb re Tew is prepared to sex Conte All kinds Job pri ting in tho latest and Best Stylo and at reasonable rates and All work turned out is guaranteed. Special facilities for filling orders for Blank books All kinds and Magazino binding. Address All orders to the review Wiki Asport ind. Wi1.iamsport, ind., March 17, 1898. Republican county ticket. There is now $170,000,000 Gold ill tie National treas iry and it continues to pour in. In times a Republican administration we Don t hear anything about the troublesome Quot endless Chain Quot and various other causes for the depletion the Gold Reserve. It has been a Long time since the prohibition party has been heard from but it startled the country recently. At Anniston ala., the party revived Long enough to nominate j. V. Rhodes a Man who had been dead five years for circuit clerk. Probably the convention went the principle that like a Good Indian the Only Good prohibitionist is a dead one. Heads hair noses and jaws. For auditor William h. Stephens. For treasurer Jacob she feb. For clerk a John g. Mccord. For sheriff i. N. Statzell. For second District e. C. Livengood. For comm Kloner first District James c. Hall. For Surveyor Wilmer Gemmer. For Coroner . Boyd Jones. Spain is finding out that Uncle Sam Hustles while he Waits. Gold Coin is getting so plentiful that people pay it out first to get rid it. Wide round Heads and faces Iudica a selfishness jovially and animal propensities narrow and Long Heads show sober Ness and Stroni character. A deep thinker carries the head Bent Forward a woman capable deep affection carries her head thrown Well Back. Dark hair and complexion in races As Well As individuals signify strength. Dark skinned races Are i always behind the lighter Hue people in line civilization because the physical predominates among them to the exclusion the mental. Coarse red hair indicates marvelous physical endurance. All great Celeber ties have Large noses inclined to the roman Type and Large ears. A Short weak jaw Marks the Man lacking in will while a Broad and heavy jaw shows firmness and even stubbornness. Family four Sago fek debility and loss Plesh Scott s emulsion Lias been the Standard remedy for nearly a i after a Century. Phys dans 1 admit that they out a re sults from it that they cannot Geti l any other flesh forming food. There Are Many other preparations the Market that pretend to do what Scott s emulsion does but they fall to perform it. The pure norwegian cod liver Oil made into a delightful Cream skilfully blended with the hypo hos Whites Lime and soda which Are such valuable tonics makes this preparation an Ideal one and checks the wasting tendency and the i it patient almost immediate a commences to put flesh and gain a Stren tix which surprises them. Be sure you get Scott s emulsion. See that the Man and fish Are the wrapper. 50c. And $1.00, All druggists. Scott amp Bowne chemists new York. Fok marshal. Editor review i hereby announce myself As a candidate for marshal the town Williat sport subject to the decision the voters and if elected it will be my greatest aim to discharge iny duties to the approval the Law abiding citizen Wiki Asport. Joseph Russell hats that will by worn Kastur. A Wlk Conslyn teacher mint Aliis his Ianuly will Anil saves half his m05 salary. A Man could almost create laugh now by declaring for Quot Tariff for Revenue a careful study the operations the Dingley Law makes republicans mighty fast. Silver continues to go Down and wheat refuses to keep company with it. Carry the news to Bryan. President Mckinley in t Hunting trouble but he does t propose to let our american people be humbled by the Spanish. Quot Coin Quot Harvey will have to make a Parachute leap something the kind in order to get his name before tie Public again in the congressional Campaign 1898 calamity howlers will not be a feature except with a few people who Don t read the newspapers. _ a conflict at arms Between Spain and the United states now from whatever immediate cause would be sure to result in the Freedom the struggling cubans. A. H Sander contributes an article to the March ladies Home journal in which he tells How he maintain a family four persons his wife two children and himself $200 per year. He is a school teacher and is paid a salary $405, out which he saves and puts out at interest $200 yearly. Living in a Small Wisconsin town he has the advantage cheap rents his House costing him if36 per year. His other expenses Are provisions $94 82 clothing and footwear $38 magazines and newspapers $5 incidentals $40. Our meals Quot . Zander writes Quot we find abundant in Quantity and variety. For a breakfast we have Coffee Coffee cake bread and butter with eggs and Fried Ham occasionally. For dinner we have boiled potatoes with butter Gravy boiled cabbage other vegetables and pudding pie and Coffee. Sometimes we have pork and Beans and sometimes some egg preparation As potato pancakes dumplings etc., while with one meal it the week we have meat. For supper we have the remains our dinner with Fried baked potatoes and eggs. We have Coffee with every meal. On this fare we thrive the new ill livery that will have its first airing at the close Lent. Leghorn Manilla Chip and raffia in All colors Are used for the new Spring hats As Well As an absolutely new Straw braid with a Satin finish not unlike the silk covered braids which obtained during the Winter. Sailor hats that always have an assured position Are in a new material in the form Woven bulrushes which after being braided Are shaped and generally edged with a narrow Black velvet ribbon. Linen crash is also used for this kind hat. The most striking All Are those White Gray Felt intended for summer Wear. Rich ribbons Quot velvet silk Satin and moire Are All used being plaited and shirred while piece fabrics heavily embroidered with beads and spangles also obtain. The fashion Able colors Are periwinkle Blue Anemone Blue Heliotrope Champagne the Light shades Ruby Brown a Earl Gray Pink and pal Green. Fanciful combinations Are noted in the Flowers. There is a decided fancy for putting the trimming that May take the form a Bunch Flowers a Bow ribbon a drapery velvet Satin under the brim the left Side so massed As to have it come Well the March ladies Home journal. Boston store Wiki Asport Plain talk Quot just a truthful statement facts from week to week about this store is doing More to push it ahead than All the blow and Buster so common in the advertising the period. Our Way is a Little slower but is far surer. The first time a purchaser reads one our ads. He May not come to the store because be make no extravagant promises perhaps he will go elsewhere and be disappointed. Then he will follow up one our ads. And find everything As represented. Result a customer gained. If you take the trouble to put us to the test this very an you la not be disappointed. Ponder Over these Points. Point 1. We need your Trade. Point 2. We ought to have it. Point 3. We need your Trade in order to keep in business. Point 4. We Are going to get it by offering you More goods for less Money than you can get elsewhere. This is a business proposition for you to consider thoroughly. Point 5. After you commence with us we Are going to hold your Trade for 1s98 by continuing to offer you goods at such prices that we Are mighty sure you cannot afford to go elsewhere Only at a financial loss to your self. That is the Point for you to consider. Embroidery Sale. We have placed our Circle counter our new line embroidery which we will make some special prices for Early buyers. At 4c a Yard 100 Yards Nain Sook Cambric edgings and Inse sons Worth g in. At5c, 1,000 Yards Cambric Swiss and Nain Sook edgings and Inse sons Worth 8>3c. At sign 1,500 Yards medium Width embroideries edgings and la versions in Cambric. Muslin and Nain Sook Worth 12 c. Just received a Large line machine Torchon laces that we offer at the Low prices 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c, and 25c per one dozen Yards. Newest 1898 footwear May be found Here in extensive assortment. No need to take our word for this a glance at our window display will prove it and still More convincing evidence will be gained by asking one our salesmen to show you some the new things. Prices will be right and satisfactory As they always Are Here. Warren co. Dry goods co. Wiki Asport ind. A school boy s essay Quot the unanimous vote in both branches Congress for the Bill appropriating $50,000,000 for National defense under direction the president is one the most inspiring events in current history. _ the dawning the millennium has thrown its Rosy glow Over Arkansas. Governor Jones prohibited a prize fight Between Burley and Quot kid Quot Mccoy in that state. Louisiana looks simply in Nebraska a league Quot Maine avengers Quot has been formed with the following Constitution and bylaws Quot he who insults the american Flag must apologize fight when the roster is Complete it will be forwarded to the . Mount Good roads. Gov. Mount says he has lately been studying the Road Laws Indiana and he is surprised at their defects and weaknesses. He says the Road tax Over the state will amount to 15 cents the Hundred dollars valuation. We pay taxes one billion three Hundred million dollars and that Means that we Are supposed to pay about two million dollars each year for Road repairs. He does not believe that one half this sum is expended As the Law supposes and the worst frauds Are perpetrated. He thinks the system that permits the one Hundred and fifty six millions Railroad tax to be worked out the Road amounts to a fraud and very Little advantage to the Wagon roads. He thinks the whole system working out Road tax is wrong and the Law ought to be changed to insure the use to the Best advantage every cent tax that is paid. New Jersey and other states do this he says and he will recommend it to the next legislature. Husking the Down Kow. Alex ten the Tribu Hiltons the la avo hush the Down Kowt he has the spinal column a Jack knife and the meet a Centipede. Consul general Fitzhugh Lee is All right. He is doing his duty As an american at Havana and the american people Are behind him. Spain s intimated desire for his recall met with a prompt and patriotic refusal the part president Mckinley. Man is a curious piece nature and full prunes. He Smideth Down the banisters life and find eth them full splinters torture. Borrow and trials follow him All the Days his Lite. In Bis infancy he is Achi ctr d with Worms and Colic and in his old afe he is tortured by rheumatism and i growing toenails. He Smo Keth a Ciar Contentment and behold it exploded with a loud noise for behold it was loaded. He goeth out Hunting and shooter a a lot ducks he bring eth them into town and find eth they Are mud hens. Then Inq Ireth the whereabouts the fool killer. Behold he run neth for office and the dead beat pullets his leg Ever and anon and then Roteth against him. He exal Teth himself among the people and swell eth with Pride but when the votes Are counted he find eth Bis name is pants. He goeth Forth to breathe the fresh air and meditate upon the vanity All earthly things and is accosted by a Bank cashier with a sight draft for $327 20. S verily Man is but a wart the nose nature and a bunion the toe time Yea even a freckle the face the universe. The Hump the military department our government is getting itself is like to none seen in the country since the rebellion. Quot ojibway Joe Quot a Chippewa chief died in Superior wis., not Long ago. When . By Anas nominated for the presidency he Laid great i stress to the prediction that wheat and Silver would always keep it Many As to Price. Then an ounce Silver was Worth 68 cents and wheat about 65 cents. To i Gaid to have killed More North Day it requires almost two ounces erne a than any other Man in the Silver to buy one Bushel Confederate armies. He said he wheat and we Are still the killed 113. He was a Sharpshooter same Money Standard. Wheat having joined the confederacy be Bas turned state s evidence and cause a personal grievance against left Silver in i a Hole. J the National government. I reckon i am too Independent for my own Good. Lots times 1 write very Good articles for the papers and Send them in saying that i do not care whether they Are printed not. The editors always take me at my word and does not publish them. Anyway i always get in too late after they have enough to fill their papers Plum full. It seems funny that it should happen that Way every time but i rather like fun. I know that they have All they can use before my article gets in because they tall me so and who should know if they Don to but i have always had to Husk the Down Row. You won t know about it unless you have been a boy a farm and if you were not i feel sorry for Jou but i can t help it. The Down Row is the one the Wagon straddles and Breaks Down Flat it is the most prolific Row in the Field because nearly All the Corn grows it. I have seen ears Corn travel for Miles to get a Chance to grow the Down Row for the Benefit the boy Olio husks it. Most the rows Are Down rows. I know because i have husked them but if All were under the Wagon what a yield there would be furthermore i have never heard there being a poor stand in that one Row the boy s Delight. The balance the Field May be straggly. There May be Munh left out that does not grow but Hail Frost Cut Worms the wind and the rain the Earth and All that in them is Sis to it that the Down Row never skips a Hill. If All porn were planted in Down rows there would be no such a thing As a poor stand Corn. I Don t see Why More is not planted that Way. Maybe the Farmer has not thought it. I will speak to him about it. The Down Row also goes the to Ivory that every boy should begin at the Bottom and therefore each ear gets As near the Bottom As possible. What the Wagon wheels do not pass Over digs Down into the Snow the ground like a ground Squirrel. Snow is preferred but if not at hand the ears in the Down Row will spit their hands and dig like a Miner in Klondike i have watched them do it when i ought to have been in other Busl Ness. The ears All dig to get under the Snow the mud so the boy will have a Nice time playing hide and seek after them. But a boy never grows tired. His Back bends like a Jack knife and Breaks in two a half dozen times but he does t mind a trifle like that because he is built that Way. If he had a Back India rubber and As Many feet As a Centipede his Back would break like Glass and he would not have half feet enough to run the errands expected him besides husking the Down Row but being a boy he does t mind it. Nowoj Denman could do half the work and errands a boy a farm does and live but a wooden Man is not a boy. The boy who husks the Down Row is a bin Derance and a cum Berance the face the Earth any Way. His bands look As if they needed Sand papering and varnishing. He comes from the Field with his hands looking like a map Ireland with All its bogs and guns and peat bogs. His feet Are worn Oil just below the Knees and his Back is broken Square Money Oloan Quick Lomis and Loisi Raies. On the morning feb. 20, 1895,1 was sick with rheumatism and Lay in bed until May 21st, when i got a bottle Chamberlain s pain Balm. The first application it relieved me almost entirely from the pain and the second afforded Complete Relief. In a Short time i was Able to be up and about . T. Moreaux Luverene Minn. Sold by Armstrong amp Swank Wiki Asport. Down Row. And yet boys will leave the old farm and folks wonder Why. There is one thing that we shall always envy the boy who husks the Down Row and that is his Chesterton Tribune. i have plenty Money both private and Eastern to loan Good first Keal estate Mort Gago. No Gold clause note. No interest in Advance. No publicity. Privilege partial payments. Money furnished promptly when titles Are Good. $500 at 6 per cent interest $500 at 7 Quot $1000 a t 6 Quot Quot $1000 at 7 $2000 at 6 $3000 at 6 $5000 at 6 $10000 at 6 owing to my Long experience in the loan business and familiarity with the county i can furnish you Money better terms than any broker in this adjoining counties. Don t be persuaded by agents that i you can get Money any cheaper Tolian i quote. You can t do it. Come and see me before making your loan. I will cheerfully assist . L. Winks. William Short ii Sid. The last mayor Canton o., has been arrested and burglar tools found in his desk. He was evidently preparing to re enter Public life As an Alderman a Man named Jackson Jones Hempstead l. I., killed himself last week because his wife Nad her hair Cut. On tuesday she threatened to have her locks shorn and he begged her not to be so foolish. She went to the Barber s notwithstanding and later in the Day when she returned to the House she told her husband she was going to a revival meeting. That angered Jones More and he told her that if she went to Church with cropped head he would kill himself. She went and found him in bed her return. She too went to bed but did not know he was dead until she tried to arouse dentist for. Ivi. To hrs d. D. S. Special attention to the preservation the natural Teeth. Painless extracting by the Best and most approved local antics thetis. West Lebanon every wednesday. Home office in Hanly Block. Bladder troubles. Off in Nineteen different places and him the next morning. He had he is hungry enough to eat a piece statuary but he never gets tired and that is a Good thing for he has a thousand and one chores to do besides bringing up the cows and milking them getting in the Wood carrying water to Wash next Day Hunting the eggs slopping the pigs bringing the Colts from the Stock pasture and bedding Down the calves and closing All the Gates the farm and running Down to Bill Jones to find Cut if he can help Butcher tomorrow. But he is never tired. Certainly not for does t every Man about the place encourage and make life one glad Happy Jubilee by telling him that boys never get tired. So there is enjoyment and happiness a farm besides husking the swallowed Paris Green. A Connecticut Young Man had a favor conferred upon him at a Cotillon the other night that nearly paralysed him. When the moment came for the favor to be Given him says the Boston Herald his hostess stepped Forward and presented him with the Quot Only girl Quot his Choice. Quot take and keep her Quot she said Quot she is yours Quot Quot heaven alive 1 gasped the Happy Lover is this True Quot and then the Quot Only girl Quot whose answer to a Sertain question he had asked a month ago,.straight-Way Rose the tips her toes and in View the assembled company pressed a kiss his Mouth Deolar Send your address to . Kilmer amp ing Quot Yesitis then every co., Binghamton n y. The pro the bladder was created for one purpose namely a reef Tacle for the urine and As such it is not liable to any form disease except by one two ways. The first Way is from imperfect action the kidneys. The second Way is from careless local treatment other diseases. Sample sent free. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause bladder troubles. It is comforting to know that . Kilmer s swamp Root fulfils every wish in quickly curing bladder and urinary troubles. It corrects frequent Calls inability to hold urine and scalding stinging pain in passing it bad effects following use liquor wine Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity being compelled to get up Many times during the night to urinate. The mild and extraordinary effect . Kilmer s swam Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures the most distressing cases. If you need a Medicine you should have the Best. At druggists fifty cents and one Dollar. You May have a Sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail upon receipt three two cent Stamps to cover Cost postage the bottle. Mention the review and one congratulated the pair and the dance went in a Rush. Prietos this paper guarantee the Genu iness this offer

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