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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Williamsport, Indiana No ill ii i new series volume William sport i Bias Sta wherein Coyoty thu bad a april. 24, 1919, sru3 2t America s War tragedy revealed by Roosevelt 11 facts about military mismanage-1 w \ ment and inefficiency for which we j f buy a Bond. 1 paid dearly in priceless american lives Are the substance of Quot lest we forget Quot a revelation of our untre Quot Lyle Barkhurst arrested was just pared Ness based on personal Here for i and observation by Captain Archibald Roosevelt who was cited i decorated and twice wounded while i serving with the Twenty sixth in i Fantry first division a. E. F. The Lyle Barkhurst 19, of this City is a i of to instalments appears in in jail at Danville charged with the everybody s for May. Theft of a motor car belonging to a few significant quotation follow advertising talk to Ivler chants. Since taking Possession of the if the government asked us to give # 1 review Republican on february 1, a outright the four and one half Bil j we Are More than Well pleased at the lion dollars for the forthcoming Many of our local merchants i we have been receiving new Victory loan it would be asking in will no doubt run some Adver subscribers. We have received Many finitely less than it did of every sol j new subscribers each a Eek which Dier who was asked to go into Bat shows our efforts in trying to make tie. The sacrifice of any one of those setting ready to Toledo when arrested. Tising copy on the Victory loan and those wanting special apr. R. M. Montfort. In police court in that City monday morning the accused admitted taking the car waived examination and was bound Over to the grand jury in Bond of $1,000. The Montfort roadster disappeared from North and Vermilion streets Quot men were picked in wild haste. Others a ere snatched from recruiting Camps before they knew the butt of a Rifle from the muzzle. And probably not More than 40 per cent had Ever fired a service Rifle in their lives before embarking for Quot steel helmets had never been s prop Riate cuts can have same f i by calling at the review f # Republican office and select f their Choice of cuts. No charge a will be for cuts. Only s f charge for space occupied f # order at once. F # f this paper better than Ever Are be men can never be stated in terms of in Danville about 8 30 o clock Satur. Used. The never Day evening. He complained to the j a gen seen by most of our regular police. Barkhurst was suspected taken up but lost complications. Was and the Trai through Telephone later it was Learned that in All or Tiabi ity the boy had headed for this City where he makes his Home with his grandmother. Sheriff Stewart of this county was notified and Pilicer William oni cers neither had the Rifle grenade or Stokes mortar. Quot not one Man in our army had Ever been equipped or trained the Gas mask until Long after our first division had landed in Quot Many a weary hour have we Brasted on wigwam and semaphore signalling Only to Luid out later that ing highly appreciated by the Public at Large and also encourages us to make greater Effort in the future. The subscription list on february 1 was about 1,150, and at the present time we have Over 1,400. At the present rate of increase in circulation we a Del have about 1,600 circulation by july 1. Our paper at the present time enters into Over 1,400 Homes which will average More necessary to test seed Corn. Some of our Farmers relying upon the excellent Quality of seed Corn than three persons to the Home. Fig which they stored last fall have not a mpg. Yet seen the necessity of Testma the of persons Corn ear by ear. While itis True that we do not at Here in. Merchant is the Point the present time face such a serious your notice. Seed Corn situation As we did a year for 500 Small 1 ago let us remember that even one j handbills and distribute them on the a Ort Wohead ears m each Quot Undrea used for seed is a very distinct loss. about 100 readers of Dunn came Over to this City sunday j european armies had Long abandon morning. That Gay was arrested a these methods As st As he had a a wished a luncheon Quot okie company of each battalion prepared by iii aged grandmother As disarmed of is rifles Given Pis he had filled the tank with Gaso a is called a machine gun company Lin r. Replenished i. Oil Supply Anfind armed thus the military repro j legit a cuing read. O., he Sia c Cothin and which Arr Stid. The boy v via. D dog div Palmer a hol Esaie vii. Sid my a Dpi ville. A 10 Lor i Ltd it a i Yenta gives of a nation renowned Furlie lir i cir Meed inc Liger be marched through eur uni a be re sets of a pipe swivel i air experts a the Erkd Slater Pri Ciuc a another i ifie i Hie a a Neil to Inteia Cis. This i a Neil Mereu with Corn checked at 3 it. I3 inches there Are 35. 0 Hills per acre or 7100 stalks Vith a stand of 2. A perfect stand Uch As this would mean about 25 bushels per acre if the ears average 12 ounces in weight. Supposing 1 ear of the 10 necessary to Plant this acre will not germinate there is a decrease of in bushels. What Farmer is willing to throw away 7i bushels by a Little neglect it will pay a test every ear of Corn ured to 3 at be. Rici Bat Limo. Foi a a pie -. In Wake of War tank e sin pee a Pill 21.�?it appears Aiana where the ech Eduie i to be sex age of about Luo readers of your handbills while a $2 and in this paper will lie placed before the eyes of nearly 5,000 readers and at the same time the paper will be kept for several Days and read Over several tiniest on account of news value instead of being thrown in the Gutter As the handbills Are with hardly a glance. . Merchant it will pay you big to give this thought your thorough consideration and at the same time give the advertising a a were of this paper a fair trial. We Itiat Ait tee to place your Quot and Quot be Fitte the eyes of More people than avid two papers in the slam a that the a serious Veichi of Tianci leap. In i True. A net it Rev Piet i Iekar tie car said he was sort v that he b d Pine be Eiki sae Vej Cit tiie no ask rite e pay was obtained by having the face piece Liru tightly that after fifteen matits circulation was the easter cantata. Brought Dishner on his relatives that fact seeming to pain him More. Than the fact that he might be Pun Reg. Will boost drug store prices shed for his Actium. Ujj a a regulations governing collection of taxes on drugs and proprietary a very impressive Well rendered a ent Edies have been announced by easter cantata was Given at the internal Revenue Bureau. The presbyterian Church last sunday a. Which goes into effect May evening by the Union choirs of we j a Jim Reg ult in raising the Price of Liam sport. The title of the music practically every article sold in was Quot the risen redeemer Quot by j. Stores Ith the exception of w. Lerman. Eighteen took part. A medicines prescribed. Rev. W. F. Hoot was Leader of the one cent is added to each article chorus. Miss Helen Pugh presided Twenty five cents of at the piano. Those Vino Sang Sojos Selling Price. Here Are some of a ere miss framces Kelly Ivi rss the things on which Revenue Stamps iii cited tire to further Dis q i Point red. The Tare broke Down Jere ten Day ago. A saturday an army Traci to fro to e of t Benjamin Harrison came Here to haul it away. The truck ran off the Road South of Fowler and is deeply buried in mud. Several Mien went to the Aid of the Soldier boys and Are working today to extricate the truck and again Start it on its Way. In Lary Johnson miss Kate Trott miss Ethelyn Gregory and mrs. Edith Keister Davis and mrs. Luna Mathis. The Church was crowded with an appreciative audience. Perhaps our Little City Voll have the will be fixed perfumes essences extracts toil-1 it Waters cosmetics Petroleum Jelly hair oils and restoratives pomade tooth paste and Tooch and Nouth washes hair dyes aromatic Fol Emoriah association top meet play 5th. The members of the Williamsport memorial association and All interested in the Observance of decoration Day this year Are requested to meet at the g. A. R. Room in the court House on monday evening May 5th, 1919, at 8 o clock for the purpose of appointing committees and making All the necessary arrangements for decorating the i Graves of our soldiers. H. D. Billings presi Dent. Pleasure of listening to a Mickie powder and Quot other along the line of a May festival be substances and prepare fore Long. Williamsport has some Good musical Talent and there is no a is imposed on practical reason Why a Quot May festival Quot could medicines for which producers not he produced Here. . A. B. Carter the veterinary of West Lebanon iii this week move claim to have and secret formula. Cult i Battle his household Effe to Williams port. I in has recently bought the Jerry Marlatt property it is his in Tention however to a e a veterinary office at both places a Williams port and West Lebanon. He vill 4.000.000 sheiks fired in Sorn me. During the Battle of the Somme in 1916 the British arty used 4,000,- 000 rounds of artillery ammunition according to a statistical announce ment published by the War department. This is the largest number or. And mrs. Robert e. Hanson of Philadelphia visited with mrs. Hanson s parents or. And mrs. W. B. Schermerhorn of , the fore part of the week. . Hanson is connected with the pre cast Concrete construction co., of Philadelphia. Bob returned Home tuesday i by Way of Chicago. Mrs. Hanson remained with her parents for a few i Days longer visit. A Vickie says from a Potts. Mont Argis. Prance March 22, 1919. Dear Mother and All this is saturday evening and As i have the time will answer your letter i received yesterday. I was glad to hear from you As it was the first time i do not know How Long but it seems to me like a year. Well Mother i am. Feeling Fine now and having a fairly Good , but it is not like Home for it Rains Here nearly All the time. We just came to this place today and i go on duty tomorrow. It is a Nice town about the size of Lafayette. I Vas glad to hear that Fremont was and at work again. He sure was Lucky that he did not have to come Over Here for it was a hard time Over Here while the War was going on. I have not saw any of the boys that left Home when i did. I Hope they Are All right. Do you Knovs anything about those that Are Over Here Well Mother i will have to close and go to bed As it is about nine o clock and we must be in bed by nine thirty if we have no pass. I will close for this time with love to All. Write soon. Your son and brother Ira Potts. May god be with us till we meet again. Private Ira Potts 220 co., m. P. Corps., Mont Argis France. Dollars but Only in principles that Are above All computation. But the government Only asks for a loan and it is As attractive an investment As could be offered to a conservative business Man. It is especially Wise for the Small investor. In fact if the interest returns were Cut in two it would still be a Wise investment for the Man who cannot afford to speculate. The Victory Bonds will yield 3ij per cent exempt from All Federal state and local taxes except estate and inheritance or they will yield 43 per cent exempt from state and local to Cess except estate and inheritance but calling for partial Federal tax. A sounder or better investment could not be found. Instead of a Call to sacrifice the Appeal of the government amounts to presenting a rare for investment. We went out to get Victory. We got it. We knew before we started that we did not have the Money in the Treasury to pay the Bill. To have had it there would have been false to the welfare of the democracy for Money must be kept in cir Cui acion fur the Benefit of the i eople. We had not been hoarding it for stir. Now it is up to us the a 0 in to make our i to st that we Are a Leal democracy Eum posed of real patriots. We must pay and pcs promptly. Happily ill this Case to pay is Only to lend. Famous democratic editor says he believes Wilson is a punishment for some National sin. A ,. A Covin Oion lady dead mrs. Melissa Martin aged 70 years a ife of Jehu d. Martin died at her Hogue Corner Pearl an eighth streets in Covington. Her death followed an illness of Only a few Days due to nervous Shock and worry Over the disastrous fire which came near destroying the Home about three weeks ago. She failed rapidly and despite All that could be done she passed away about 3 o clock wednesday morning of last week. The deceased was born in that City and had spent her entire life there. August 16, 1870, she was United in marriage to Jehu d. Martin. No children were Ever born to this Union but there survives an adopted daughter mrs. Roswell Henson of Newcastle whom they raised from infancy. The deceased was a splendid neighbor and will be greatly missed by a Large Circle of friends. Funeral was held at the presbyterian Church in Covington Friday at 2 o clock Rev. Kiskaddon the pastor in charge. Interment in it. Hope cemetery. Leave or. Frank Buckley in charge shells used in any single engage of the West Lebanon office. . a records show. Buckley will be in charge until or. Second in amount of artillery am Finney returns from the army. Munition used was the Battle of -. Messines Ridge in 1917, when 2,753, Wilmer Dee returned Home last 000 rounds were used by the British. Friday having received his Honor for a single hour however the Able discharge from the army. Wil american forces in the Battle of the Mier was among the first draftees st. Mihiel salient in 1918 far Surpas from this county and served some j sed this record using 1,093,217 shells time in France. He is looking Fine in four hours. And shows army life agreed nth i &Quot.him. Traharn Hunter. Asa c. Hunter son of Villiam h. Miss Anna Shuey who is attend Hunter and miss Maud l. Graham ing school at Terre haute came daughter of Doc Gotham both popu a Home Friday to spend easier Sun j a Young people of Mound town-1 Dav with her Mother mrs. Ida ship were married m tvs aty last Shuey and the family. A thursday forefoot. Ii Rev. Hoot. Quot the Young couple Nave a Host Ofa a. in tel found township who wish j a nerd Brier one _ of Adams township s Well to do citizens was a vii him n our self out i Quot Bumch o s a me am is i to f us amp scr i of Tojo nou get t Ajo Mosku Troisi co them Loans la tar. \l�-rter.3 in to checks of h Olor Lous it Fri Miami fla., March 30.�?in response to Quot the Lerald a Quot inquiry Quot what of the president s continuous performance in Europe Quot or. Henry Watterson detained in Miami by a recent indisposition replied Quot i think that events helped along by the president himself will verify rny forecast that he is not merely a candidate for a third term in the White House but that for a nomination to such he holds All the a dining cards in his Quot the democratic party so called he Long ago abolished living previously Ucli debauched it. Nothing of it survives except the tattered Label and he holds that betwixt his the time Anci f ire fingers. I am inclined to believe however that he has eliminated the United states from ins ii mediate activities As an established Conquest and is now a in Quot ing his mighty thought to p e mob ligation of the a orld. Quot a virtue a it right minded Man thus situated would emulate the humility of t and the Itti Mymit a , or Wil Soti sees unit icing i it himself i id his per Sunai sex aviation Yves t be it thing t for iii Avn a eie Iager nothing Exeen. Poster an i a to Iorii the riot Crete tilings i ruler i ship tear rented i v the regal spend i ors and Feudal glories which Chough i somewhat i Azzlea and fading still to in a Otto him. Quot if i were phrase making or word splitting i might say that he deserves impeachment for going at All. It is the old Story of meddle and muddle. The world is always full of it. Is a consequence of his maladroit tinkering Europe will find itself the Middle of the coming summer in flames. Then we shall have him Home again urging intervention. It has been his Mission in life to make trouble wherever he appeared. When the great Jehovah injected such a sister spirit into our affairs it must have been to punish us for manifold delinquencies As a nation and a people. Quot we should steer Clear of european complications. Never has there been a time when the admonitions of Washington Jefferson and Monroe carried greater weight. . Wilson s mediocre mind and Coll Osal vitality have already carried him far to sea. It is ours to look to it that he does not carry the country to tie Shipwreck of its new York Herald. 17-year-locusts soon to appear deny they want legacy the Lafayette journal of april 18, says quote. D. Randolph attorney for Grace d. Callahan a beneficiary under the will of the late w. C. Smith of Williamsport Calls attention to an error in the report of the matter i published yesterday. The amount Danville it merchants to p.1ake Trade trip the Danville papers announce that the business men of Danville will make a Trade boosting trip into Western Indiana on May 14th. Representatives of nearly very business Lirten in the City will go on the trip. Their delegation Vodli jibe head 2d with a band and a Parade will be j or no al 1 i nnr-1 Nide in every town they visit. A. Seventeen year locusts Are almost Moo Ved is i,o,000 instead of ,m0,000 chairman of ithe com As stated. To c. V. Mcadams As trustee of the estate $5,000 was in Mittee having charge. The program in county seat visitor monday. He gave the review Republican office a pleasant Call. Free speech in the Home often develops into a last word contest. Ready to appear in Indiana. Saturday while doing excavating work g. B. Parker of Greencastle i trusted $2,500 to be expended upon dug up Large numbers of the insects the education of Rupert Julian and which were coming to the top of $2,500 on the education of Vernon the ground preparatory to getting Juhan. Vernon Julian was drown ready to Fly away to join minions of de some years ago and Rupert Julian others that Are due in the next two entered the army before completing i.,months. The locusts were big Fel-1 his education. . Randolph states a nth which he captured alive that the Only Issue is involved in the and brought to this City. Prot. Stewart of the Public schools was notified and took the reptile to some Biak Snake sunday while Carl Brig Sowas out i Hunting mushrooms he found a i Black Snake measuring Over six feet school to be used in nature study. Lows and i ere Vei y much alive. . Parker picked up a handful Money that would have gone to the from turning Over one Spade of dirt. Education of Vernon Julian. The he says he found them in the ground i other heirs Are asking that this sum a to a depth of two feet. They live i be divided among them. He states i a reptile will be skinned and stuff in the Earth and every seventeen that there is no desire on the part f after which in will be kept among years come to the i of mrs. Callahan or the other heirs a Large collect i Attlee schools. Tribune. To deprive Rupert Julian of the i Money provided for his Baker Sanders. Fred Stineberg of the Carmichael i Robert t. Baker son of John c. Co., went to Springfield 111., tues-1 mrs. Vol. Correll received word Baker of near Columbus and miss Day to look after the Sale of gravel from Hon. Iii r. Wood our con i Margaret m. Sanders daughter of to the successful bidders on the Gressman that she has been granted i or. And mrs. Hiram Sanders of Dixie Highway. Contracts were to a widow s pension of $25.00 per i Hedrick were married in this City be let on wednesday on the Road j month dating from last december j last thursday by Rev. J. E. My and Fred wanted to be on hand also she has been granted the a Cloud. We wish to join their Many and try to land his share of the Sale crude pension due her husband at friends in extending congrats la. gravel. The time of his death tons

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