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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - August 4, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana r in new series Voli. 7, no. 43. Williamsport Indiana. Thursday August 4, 1921 i. W. Cripe owner and publisher campers cause of horse brim Flag neck company of horse traders brought Back to Marshfield by sheriff Stewart of Williamsport and made to pay damages. Having his Fortune told a band of Livorse traders were encamped in tie Vicinity of a Marshfield Marshfield Indiana and Square the account. Here they made the foolish sunday and caused such a disturb mistake of attempting to Bluff Bance that sheriff Stewart of War sheriff Stewart by informing him Ren county had to take a hand in the that he did not look Able to persuade affair and straighten out matters. Them to return to Indiana. Simul the ecu piment of the company Vaneous with this the sheriff pro consisted of the usual train of old i diced his viscous looking quot seven buggies and wagons which were drawn by a lot of old Flea bitten horses which were feeding on the Bounty of the Oats Fields along the roads. The Camp was pitched near Marsh Field by tying the horses to the Fence along one Side of the Road and lining up the buggies and wagons on the other Side. This left but a narrow passage Way in the Road and the wandering travellers were resting their weary Bones when their peaceful Sabbath rest was disturbed by an episode which was no less than a serious Accident. Oscar Allison a Young Man of the neighbourhood was driving along the country Road in his buggy Bent on sunday diversion and recreation. Even he approached the Camp of the wandering horse traders he found the Road almost blockaded. While driving his frightened horse through the narrow passage Way All went Well until a dog jumped out from under a Wagon at Allison s horse which caused the fractious animal to lunge Over against one of the trader s horses tied to the Fence. A Shaft of the buggy was gouged into the hide of the horse and broken off and the buggy was overturned and altogether considerably smashed up in the Melee. Allison s horse broke Loose from the buggy and ran Down the Road towards Marshfield shooter quot and the horse traders capitulated at once. The two leaders of the party were ordered to mount the Back seat of the sheriff s Dodge car by the Side of his Deputy and they at once obeyed without a word of protest. Not a word was spoken by either one of them until they were safely within the Borders of Indiana when one of them broke the silence by saying quot or. Sheriff we Don t have the Money to pay for that horse that was it was found upon their arrival in Marshfield that they Only had about $12.50 in their Possession and their entire outfit across the Illinois line was not Worth even that much so the Martter was compromised by them paying for the damages on the buggy and promising to leave the county for Good All of which they will doubtless fulfil since they have found that Warren county has a sheriff that will not be trifled with. Boosts you or Home gives local news Keai ily Don t you think your Home newspaper Worth the Price Ligget family dependents at Pine Creek sunday important a meeting saturday at Williamsport prominent men will talk Warren Bounty hens culled j at the meeting of the War Reif there should be a Large attendance county Farmers association on the dependents of Andrew Ligget consisting of five Brothers and at the meeting in the court House in Williamsport saturday after Foon to hear the discussion of the new proposed constitutional amendments to be voted on by the people of Indiana september 6. Texas had a special election a week ago to vote on proposed amendments to the state Constitution. General Lack of interest prevailed the lightest vote Ever cast in a state election hav Iny been polled on this occasion. The Dallas news estimated that not More than one sixth of the total vote was cast and in Many precincts the polls were not opened and no elections were held. In View of the fact that on september 6, the voters of Indiana will be called upon to vote upon the sixteen amendments that have been proposed to the Constitution of the i state the news from Texas is inter saturday August 6, two prominent the months of August and september Are the Best time of the year to Tell the laying Hen from the one speakers will talk on the proposed j that is a poor and unprofitable layer. Amendments of state Constitution. Or. C. O. Holmes of Gary Indiana who is president of South Side Trust amp savings Bank at Gary ind., and or. Charles s. Batt of Terre haute who is president of tax Payes league of Vigo county will be the speakers. Both of these men Are familiar with the proposed amendments and How they would effect the state Constitution and Are recommended As being Well qualified to speak on the subject. The meeting will be called at 2 p. M. In the court House. Steals clothing rearrested on Auto theft Sisters met last sunday on the Banks Esting and useful in that it Points of pm Creek in Honor of the oldest sister mrs. Hallie Dunn of Baton Rouge la a a Many Tiue Indiana is not Texas but j the fact remains that too parked in front of the Church. The j a _ at the noon hour there were As hoosiers Are not taking the proper where a number of automobiles were a 5g representatives of our interest in the constitutional Amend ments to be voted upon next month. Many voters Are not even aware of the fact that the special election is a frightened animal plunged into the representing Illinois mrs. Automo Biles of Ray and Hal Chand-,3,j ler and demolished these machines Jujj j William u u considerably. I al al and in Len m i a surprising where he is held in default of Bond. Hereupon sheriff Stewart of number do not know that changes Waller Correl of Danville was arrested saturday by Constable Joseph Russell of Williamsport for stealing some articles of clothing from Gabe Case who resides South West of Marshfield. _ sheriff Stewart was notified by the chief of police of Danville that Correl was also wanted there for stealing an automobile. Correl was arrested and taken to Danville by the chief of police Liam sport was called of the scene of action and proceeded to fix the responsibility and adjust damages. It was found that the campers had not secured a permit from the land owner along the Highway where they 111 Lester Grant and wife the Constitution Are bang cons dlr a steals wrist watch it a few have forgotten that prom Adams to. Girl the last legislature passed on these children Hoopeston 111. Raymond mauler and baby Hoopeston 111. Or. And mrs. William Fink Hoopeston 111. Those of Indiana or. Charlie were encamped which is necessary. For campers m the state of Indiana. Mckinzie and it was also found that they had so _ parked their vehicles and hitched their horses As to obstruct the Public lug Hway. This a the company of horse traders liable for damages As a result of the Parley Between. Sheriff Stewart and the campers it was agreed that the latter should Paya a to m v ,., mrs. Thomas Fink and children tab the damages on the buggy and help or. Allison find his missing horse. All this they agreed to do on Mon Day morning before they broke Purdue poultry Man will Camp. Or. Allison being anxious As to the whereabouts of his lost horse went Warren county will have the Serin search of him Early monday morn vices of or. W. F. Rue of the paring thinking the Promise of the j a a poultry department on tuesday horse traders would hold them at j August 9th in connection with the the Camp until he could locate his a Bounty poultry pulling work. Or. Come to Warren county horse and reach the Camp. The horse was found about two Miles South of Marshfield dead by the Road Side. The evidence showed that the frightened animal attempted to jump across a wide ditch to go into a Field and the stretch was too Broad for him and in the Effort the a animal broke his neck. It May be the news of this was flashed to the horse traders Camp by wireless or that they were impelled by a desire to ply their Trade in other territory for they broke Camp Early monday morning and travelled rapidly towards the Illinois line. Upon discovery of All this sheriff Stewart was again called and started Oli the Trail of the fleeing offenders. Their Trail was picked up and they were followed by the Rue will give two demonstrations of culling poultry and a talk on quot How to ten the laying the demonstration in the Forenoon will be at the farm of or. Leroy Rhode in Warren township and in the afternoon at the farm of Edwin Magee in Medina township. Or. Rue has Given a great number of these demonstrations All Over the state. They have proven interesting and very instructive. Girl sold kiss for $5, he says but also took f75 sixteen amendments and left them to be submitted to the people for adoption or rejection. The worst thing about such an election As that held in Texas is that it amounts to minority Rule. If the voters of Indiana do what the voters of Texas did there is sure to be profound regret and much wailing and gnashing of Teeth Over the result. Such an important instrument As the Constitution should not be left to the few to determine what fundamentals of Law it should contain. Quot the vote on september 6 should be the heaviest polled in years. Kissing in Berlin Par gets judicial approval Berlin. This was the kissing is not illegal decision Given by a Berlin court yesterday when a lawyer s clerk and a pretty typist were tried for making a Public scandal by kissing in the tie Garten zoological Garden. They had kissed Many times As they walked along before they were stopped by a detective who had followed them for half an hour. Their counsel told the court that he spoke As the defender of All lovers and the court acquitted them. They had a Good kiss outside. John Noland was arrested sunday by sheriff Stewart of Williamsport for stealing a wrist watch belonging to Erma st John from her Home in Adams township. Noland was tried in Justice court but for Lack of sufficient evidence was not. Convicted. He was however considered an undesirable citizen and requested to leave town Noland claimed he had a Job in Chicago and left to return Ball game Friday East Side is West Side the method of telling which Hen is the Best layer is so easy to do that one can learn How in a Short time. A Campaign of instruction in poultry culling is being undertaken by the county agent s office by which an Effort will be made to inform every poultry owner in the county to cull their own flocks. The Campaign will consist of giving two culling demonstrations in a clip township in the county. Everyone in the township will be invited to see the culling work done at these demonstrations. The poultry on the two different farms where the demonstrations Are held will be culled. Egg records of the flocks will be kept for a week before the culling is done and also for a week after the culling. The records will prove that of laying hens Are discarded with the cull hens. The Campaign will begin on tuesday August 9th at the farms of or. Edwin Magee in Medina township and or. Leroy Rhode of Warren township. The Campaign will be opened by or. W. F. Rue of the Purdue poultry department who will give demonstrations at the first two farms. The work will then be continued by the county agent until 24 demonstrations have been Given in the county. Every member of the Warren county Farmers association and others As soon As names and addresses can tie secured will be notified of the Date and time of Day the meetings will be held in their township. Everyone interested in improving the production of their flock is invited to attend these demonstrations As it is now assured that by culling and saving Only the Best producing hens Fox Breeding purposes the production of eggs can be built up very rapidly in our flocks. The base Ball game tomorrow afternoon at Farmer s Field will of Fod a great occasion for fun and recreation. A picked team from the East Side of main Street will play a like line up from the West Side. There will be no modern professionals playing but some excellent quot has beens quot will Grace the Diamond. doubt the quot old is quot will show the younger generation some new tricks. The occasion promises to be a real gala Day for scholars awaits someone speech is restored by wild ride in air plane new York August 3, Joyce 20, a Telephone operator of Brooklyn was siting with Herman Schlueter in the quot Gold mine quot one of i the amusements at Coney Island of sheriff until they were overtaken in when Schleuter offered her 5 for a the Vicinity of bismark Illinois. Here the Climax of the Story was enacted. Sheriff Stewart reminded them they had failed to make Good their Promise in regard to or. Allison s damages and that it would 9 9 necessary for them to return to kiss according to his testimony in con Island court. The Young woman accepted and a amp be the kiss a and took the $5, according to Schlueter but he said she also took his Wallet containing 75. She vigorously denied the charge. Indian head Saskatchewan a Case parallel to that of the american Soldier who regained his speech during an air plane flight is been brought to Light Here. More than a year ago Wilfred Vemer a Young Farmer was kicked in the head by a horse and had been unable to speak until the other Day at a picnic he took an air plane ride. As a result he was ill when he landed but was Able to talk. Tools for Sale at Vester s Public Sale next tuesday. Indianapolis August 3.�?the state Board of Public instruction has an unclaimed scholarship in the Colorado school of mines l. N.,Hines, state superintendent said. He said the Board would like to hear from any eligible person desiring the scholarship which is awarded annually. The scholarship was awarded some time ago but the receiver will be unable to attend the school or. Hines said. Dalie Stansbury and wife of Indianapolis and or. And mrs. Frank t. Stockton of Vermillion so. Dakota came to Williamsport saturday for a week s visit with or. And mrs. Eie Stansbury parents of Dale Stansbury and mrs. Stockton. California has record month for marriages Sacramento California this june marriages year broke All records in the history of the state for any single month totalling approximately 5,500, says an announcement of l. E. Ross head of vital statistics. Cupid s feat in leading More couples to the marriage altar than in any corresponding month last year is considered log Fly remarkable by the statistician As Many romances which were interrupted by the world War had their culmination in the favorite month of 1920. In june last year 5,418 couples Nvere married thus setting record at thai time. Ross also announce that marriages generally Are on the increase there having been approximately 600 More in the first months of this same period of 1920. The Brook reporter finds Condi i tons Are doubly hard on the Small country weekly As Well As the grocer or Farmer. Last week several Famera i decided the paper at Vas too i heavy a Burden to Bear and a topped the paper. Thi leads our dear Friend Marcus for Sinan to say a few Evite saws that fit our Case As a Ell As of Many others who found it absolutely necessary to raise the Price of the paper. Quot during the War we were Selling the paper at $1.50 and you or. Farmer was getting two and three prices for your produce buying. Autos tractors and everything you wanted and we bought your at the prevailing prices and never squealed. The newspaper helped fight the War without a cent from the government and a dead business in shop. These present taxes you pay did t come from any expense created by us but come from yourselves and what you sold your products for in both raw and manufactured materials. We get our share of the taxes without the added increase in value of our producing Stock since it is constantly depreciating Stock and material. During the War prices of paper advanced to three Hundred per cent and other printing supplies accordingly. After the War they went up another three Hundred per cent and Are still thirty five per cent above pre War prices. And you Don t think the publisher entitled to a part of the increase. Only a fraction of what you received during the War period. You can Stop the paper and take a City paper. It is always full of your town happenings and fights for the Farmer. It tells of your adversity and Prosperity in season and out. You can afford to kill your Home town paper but when you do and the paper a dead and the Railroad taken away from the elevators and Stock Yards then the liveliest spots in your Community will be the cemetery and the mausoleum. The Price of this paper is two dollars per year you can get a City paper a daily for $5 per year filled with murder arson adultery Highway assault and robbery and another one with refined adultery for $7, and if you prefer that one to the one that tells of your churches schools Homes Prosperity deaths and births. We say if you prefer the one with All the horrible details of divorce scandals that refers to the Farmer As Reube and Hay seed paints your face with Straw in your whiskers fights your interests at every turn then god help you and let you go y6ur Way. Stop this paper and relieve us of a Hope that some Farmer will come in some Day and Tell us that his Mother in Law is dead and will quot you kindly print this column obituary telling How we loved her quot free of course Why do it Quick and end the Hope and agony. But if you believe in a clean reflection of your Home Community Hap openings pay us two dollars As soon As it is due and our children As Well a yours will Call you honest. We know you Are hard up but we have not yet heard a Farmer who has sold his Auto or tractor to ease the tax Burden Only he saves by stopping his two Dollar Home paper. Spanked before steady girl leaves her Home Pittsburgh August 3.�?because her Mother spanked her with a Slipper on the front porch of their Home in the presence of her quot study quot miss Anna Hughes 18, disappeared from Home and she has not been seen or heard from since. Milk cows for Sale at Vester s Public Sale augus Stephenson retires j. H. Stephenson for years fore Man of the old Warren Republican at Williamsport and later owner of the Warren review established in 1891 by the editor of this paper sold the review Republican which he hag owned and edited since 1914, to i. W. Gripe formerly of the Delphi journal who is now in charge of the management. Or. Stephenson has been Couf nested with the newspapers of Williamsport for Many years and advanced age and poor health is Given As the reason for retirement. Or. Gripe is credited with being a real newspaper Man and will doubtless continue to give Warren county a live Republican. Vester s Public Sale begins at 10 o clock. See Ajo a. 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