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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - September 22, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana Revee devoted to the interests of and a Furren county vol. Viii. Williamsport warred i county Indiana thursday september 22, 1898. Lium beb 39. Ouk boys Back. The boys Olio went to War from this county in the 158th regiment Are All Back to remain until next month. The Headquarters for the regiment is at Indianapolis adhere they must report the 17th of october. Fred Webb Scott Thomas Scott and Thad Crow were All members of the same company. Quot Webb is looking Well. He had a touch of Camp fever but got rid of it in a few Days. Scott Crow was also sick and he is much reduced in flesh though looking All right otherwise now. The Crow boys Are. Looking Well. In a talk with Fred Webb tuesday he stated that Scott Crow was the youngest and lightest Man in the regiment so far As he knew but that he was never off duty and never complained. He spoke very highly of All the boys from this county As always being pleasant and agreeable and Good soldiers. When asked about the fare he said that there was no real cause for complaint. He stated that As a Rule they had fresh meat at least once a Day and of a Good Quality except at times it was spoiled before reaching the Camp which was no fault of the government. They had vegetables for dinner nearly always and the fare was Good Soldier rations not As Good of course As some of them had been used to at Home but those who did complain were always persons who had never had As Good at Home As the government furnished the boys. The Only complaint made by the men who enlisted for the purpose of going to War was that they were not sent to Cuba. Want to know How Ile Doks it. Several weeks ago the review announced that g. D. Palmer of Portland Indiana had visit a John f. Judy at his Home a Jud Yville. Or. Palmer is an extensive dealer in horses buggies and harness. His business is conducted on a plan somewhat similar to or. Judy s and is one of the most extensive in the state outside the Jud Yville Plant. When Here or. Palmer became greatly impressed with the Judy system and in compliance with a Promise to go Over and put him onto some of the curves j. F. Went Over last Satur Day and remained a Day or two to give his Friend some pointers. J. F. Is strictly a Vav Arren county product and our citizens Are glad that he is commanding the notice and attention of leading business men outside who desire to learn the quot Judy Way quot of doing things but As his interests in Williams port increase we have the right to expect and demand that he Reserve his Best efforts and give his attention to the up building of our town. The Way he is going ahead with improvements and his proposed plans of operation at the big livery barn show that he is ready and willing to do More than his share for the town. Estate settled a b. Dennis the Williamsport. Eweler has a new advertisement in this Issue. Cunningham the Attica dentist las a new advertisement in this Issue of the review. Mahaffey Brothers Are now ready o furnish bread cake pies and All kinds of baked goods. Give them a trial. Party orders a specially. If you would like to better your condition in life Send to Union business College Lafayette and get information that will interest you. _ the committee should see to it hat every available space is filled with chairs at the opera House next tuesday night As a big crowd May be expected. Frank Demmary received a Large consignment of clothing and furnishing goods last week and is now ready to Supply the Trade at prices that will interest All buyers. More improve Mei its Are being made at Jud Yville. A barn 60 by 128, three stories is being put up two houses Are being built. Or. Judy is also putting up a House at Carbondale. John James has moved from his farm in Adams township to Green Hill where he has established an office and All business connected with his duties As trustee will be transacted on wednesdays. You will not be favored with an Opportunity of hearing a More eloquent or Brainy Man in the Campaign than the Hon. Albert j. Beveridge who will speak in Williamsport next tuesday night. A Date has been arranged for the appearance of the Schumann concert co. To appear at the new opera House on tuesday evening oct. 25. Notices giving full details will appear in stir next and following issues. In this Issue will be found an interesting article on the subject a a University association and world s Congress Extension which should be carefully read by teachers and everyone interested in higher education. Ben Bush has the contract for the erection of the building to be used for the school House heating Plant. He is to receive 1400.00 for the Job. The building is to be constructed with the View of shutting out the water and a Brick stack fifty feet High is to be Campaign will be opened at Williamsport on tuesday september 27, the meeting to be addressed by hear the eloquent Beveridge at Williamsport next tuesday night at 8. Hear the Only Beveridge at Williamsport next tuesday even no sept. 27. Attorney John w. Sutton has leased the suite of offices in the View Block above this office and will move into his new quarters next week. Hon. Albert j. Beveri Geof Indianapolis who operated the state Campaign in the Capitol City last week. Our county Central committee in making requisitions upon the state committee for speakers succeeded in securing Hon. Albert j. Beveridge of Indianapolis who will speak at the opera House in Williamsport next tuesday evening september 27th, at 8 00 o clock. There is but one opinion regarding the oratorical ability of this speaker. By unanimous consent he is the greatest orator in America . E. D. Crump Acker a. W. Brier asks the review express to his friends and customers who patronized him during the sixteen years that he conducted his livery business Here is thanks for their patronage and support. Benoit Bertrand ine Village was seriously injured by horses last candidate for Congress from the congressional District will address 10th picked him in the breast breaking one rib and or. Bertrand sustained serious internal injuries. Correll amp Boyd made two trips to Benton county last week with big loads of furniture. The Trade of this Well known concern is increasing All the time. They carry a Fine Stock and have a Way of doing things that pleases the number of big rally at Pine Village. About two years ago Robert payback of Circleville Ohio a brother of mrs. Robert Anderson of this place died leaving an of about $35,000.00 which he willed to his nephews and nieces mrs. Anderson s ten children coming in for a share of the estate. As in such cases the matter went into the courts and attorney Tabourn of Williamsport was employed to represent the Anderson heirs. Or. Rabourn returned from Circleville last monday after making the third trip Over there and announced to his clients that a final settlement had been made. A distribution has been made heretofore and the final settlement puts into the hands of the Anderson family a Little Oyer 1000 each All told. Through the work of a Clever detective who was employed to work up the Case four men have been arrested for the murder of l o. Arms formerly of this county who was waylaid and shot last Winter near Ocala Florida. The men have been examined before a Justice and bound Over to await the action of the grand jury. The finding of the dead Man s watch in the Possession of the parties is one of the important links in the Chain of circumstantial to be held at West Lebanon Marsh Field the Springs and Pine Village. Chairman Fleming has arranged with the st the committee for a series of meetings to be held in this county which will be addressed by congressman Hon. E. D. Chi Packer the opening meeting to be help at Williamsport on saturday oct. 1, one week from next saturday dates for other meetings have been fixed As follows All to be addressee by or. Crumpacker Marshfield monday october 3, at 7 30 p a. West Lebanon tuesday october 4, at 2 p. M. Indiana Mineral Springs tuesday evening at 7 30. Pine Village wednesday october 5, at 2. P. M. At this meeting or Crumpacker will be assisted by Daniel e. Storms of Lafayette. This will be one of the big rally of the Campaign. The meeting Wil be held in Boyers Grove. Everybody is invited regardless o politics. Republicans and All others desiring to hear the live political is sues of the Day ably discussed Are urged to attend any or All these meetings. Be it remembered that or. Crumpacker is one of the to amp forceful and Brilliant speakers in the state and All who hear him i be favourably impressed with the masterly manner in which he deals with the important political issues in this Campaign. Our committee is being congratulated on Evey hand for providing such Talent As they have so far engaged for the Campaign and they Are perfecting arrangements to hold two or three More big rallies. One of the sad results of the War was the death of Sargeant s. C. Sapp which occurred at Lexington last thursday evening. Young Sapp was a member of co., h 160tb, Indiana. He enlisted at Warsaw. His Mother mrs. Elizabeth Sapp a sister of mrs. Fred Sullivan was Here on a visit and was called to Lexington several Days before his death but he was unable to recognize her then or at any time afterwards. Young Sapp was one of the brightest Young men of Warsaw just past Twenty two and the Only child of a widowed Mother. Mrs. Sullivan left for Warsaw last Friday night and was present at the funeral which occurred sunday. She will remain until saturday. Sudden death. Last monday morning Michael Chine who resided on the Steve daughter farm in Pine township went out to put in some Grain and while operating the Drill he was seized with violent pains and started for the House. By the time he reached the House he was so weak that he had to be assisted to walk and he died within a Short time. Or. Cline was a brother to John Cline who resided in Williamsport some years ago. He leaves a wife grown up daughter and two Small children. In the i dish. The Anderson morning Herald modestly admits that it has recently added to its equipment a new Miehle press and that it has 572,-000 impressions to rum upon it. The Herald is just getting itself into shape to ride to Fortune on the wave of m Kinley Prosperity now sweeping Over the country that s All. Editor Campbell is to be congratulated. In the last three or four years the Herald has been built from a Small Congem to on of the concerns a close Cavil. �?0�? will Grady a Young Farmer living East of Hedrick had a close shave with death last tuesday afternoon. He was visiting Geo Bell s tile factory at Sledrick and while inspecting the Machiner the tail of his overcoat caught in in some cog wheels and Pullin Grady backward dragged him in among the flying wheels. By the presence of mind of one of the hands John Jacobs the Belt Tigh ener was thrown off and the machinery stopped. Or. Grac was badly bruised about the Bod and says he does not care to re peat the adventure. Observations. Not intended As smart sayings but we Hope worthy your perusal. Living near kicked and one of his the horse the world frowns upon the heiress who marries her Coachman but nothing is said when she marries the Groom. V there is an unlimited Field for the invention of a cashier s account that will occasionally Over run instead of everlastingly falling Short. The popular preacher is the one who puts lots of his own soul into his preaching but does t put in too much about the souls of his hearers. It is a close thing which is the More Flat and uninteresting a cold buckwheat Pancake or the weekly edition of the average daily paper. What is there of interest to the average Reader in a big City weekly ? real. Estate deals. Bath tubs Marble washstand hydrants Street washers Gas pipe water fronts for stoves pressure boilers plumbers fittings of All ends plumbing and water systems put in. Call and see at Hottenstein s hardware Williamsport ind. Judge Rabb was called to Chicago Friday on account of the sickness of his son George. On reaching there he found his condition was not serious and that he would be about in a few Days. He is expected Home today or tomorrow. The judge returned Home sunday. Warren Smith was Here Over sunday visiting friends. He and his brother t. C. Are members of the 28th Battery Indiana volunteers. The organization is now at Indianapolis. They were in Camp at Chickamauga All summer. The Battery is composed of 175 men who operate six of the latest improved Hotchkiss Breech loading guns three and two tenth Inch. Warren is looking Strong and healthy though considerably reduced in weight. He had an attack of malarial fever while at Chickamauga which lasted but a Short time. T. C. Is Well and is standing army life first rate. Many stories Are related concerning the business transactions of j. F. Judy concerning the Money made Selling property getting Down payments and balances secured by mortgage getting his property Back by defaults in payments Selling it Over and so the stories Are Good jokes to the p. W. Anderson property in old town consisting of a Small House and five lots was sold last week to Elijah Brown. Mrs. Ivins sold her property on Monroe-st., opposite the Boston store to miss Jennie Thomas the consideration being $1400.00. John l. Hamilton the Hoopes ton banker who owned a 240 acre tract in Liberty township sold it to Ola Tyler for $10,800. John t. Evans sold to we. H. Evans 40 acres in Jordan township for $2800. These deals were made through 0. L. Winks real estate Agency. Miss Thomas will occupy her property As soon As it can be vacated. Her Mother will reside with her and j. E. Hunter and family will occupy some of the sleeping rooms. Miss Thomas desires to rent the property she is to vacate a Large Brick of ten rooms. About steam heating. On. Services at methodist Church. 9 30 class. Meeting�?10 30 preaching subject quot the new secret of the 2 30 Sanday school�?7 30 preaching Force military or moral. Quot a sunday morning will be Roll est at the methodist Church. Each Jde Saber is expected to be present and Ito take some part in this novel a Ervilee. It is the first and quite most important printing a last service of in the go Belt is Ufi l All Are invited. Laugh at and or. Judy treats them As such. Seriously there is probably no Man in the state of Indiana who has Given More men a Start in life than Judy. With men who attempt to run off property he is severe and with others who make no Effort to meet their obligations he is forced to take the chattels Back but with people who come Forward with hard Luck stores and show an inclination to do the right thing and Are Able to meet the interest account he is lenient and extends the time. Since the Deal for the Brier livery property was made however a Story has been going the rounds that Judy froze Brier out and took his property away from him for debt. The facts in the Case Are that Brier did not owe Judy a Dollar and they have both grown tired of hearing the Story and neither Are inclined to treat it As a joke. We notice an item in an Exchange stating that a company has Deen formed and incorporated for he purpose of constructing a Plant and furnishing steam heat to Consumers from a Central station. Plenty of Idle Money in Williamsport seeking investment and no Oetter place to put it than into such a Plant. Who will take the ini Atory ? a Plant could be built and put in operation Here within Orty Days. Wedding bears. Ora Kinney and Lena Siddons were United in marriage acc the residence of Prev. Geo. Ogle in Steuben township last thu slay. The Groom is a Young Farmer living near Hedrick while the Bride is the daughter of Matthew Siddens one of Steuben s prosperous Farmers. The Happy couple will go to keeping House in Hedrick at once. Services at Christian Church. Sunday school at 9�?morning worship at 10 30, subject quot the Christian brotherhood. Quot Christian Endeavor at 6 30, Leader mis Mccorkle. Evening service at 7 30, subject pure preaching at Lincoln s school House at 2 30 Beveridge is Good Beveridge is Brainy Beveridge is eloquent Beveridge is the Best and Only Beveridge you will have the Opportunity of hearing this Campaign so Don t miss the Opportunity. At the opera House next tuesday evening at 8. George stump has the contract for the erection of a Large Bam on the 0. V. Mcadams farm in Warren township

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