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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - August 18, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana A Uwi i a a Ai Rollin Bunch ineligible for a mayor Pattok Ney general. Lesh gives his opinion attorney general Lesh in an opinion made Public monday held that Donn Roberts mayoralty nominee on the democratic ticket at Terre haute could not take of Sce although he a won the november election. The question of Roberts eligibility was raised by Clem j. Richards of Terre haute a Republican member of the Senate in last legislature a who pointed out Roberts conviction and prison service on charges of violating Federal Laws in connection with the 1914 election in quot Vigo county. He also asked the effect of the Law passed by the last legislature barring persons convicted of Federal Law violations from holding Public office. Lesh s opinion quot in my opinion quot wrote the attorney general quot he Roberts could not take the office of mayor of Terry haute even though he should receive a majority vote at the City election this Rollin Bunch candidate on the democratic ticket at Muncie also served a sentence in Federal prison and his eligibility has been Guestion de in local political discussions but without any formal opinion being asked from the Tomey general. Or. Lesh s opinion in the Roberts Case however was said to be equally applicable to Bunch Stephensons and i tenors motoring to Atlantic coast or. And mrs. John f. Ritenour of the state Bank and or. And mrs. J. H. Stephenson formerly of the review Republican Are taking a much deserved vacation and spending jibe time in an Auto trip to the Atlantic coast. A the party Lefter Ray sunday morning in or. Ritenour s Hayne s car and a Short message received by friends tuesday stated to a d arrived at Uniontown Pennsylvania monday evening at six o clock. While All the objective Points a not fully determined it was pretty definitely decided that Philadelphia new York and Washington would be visited. Or. Stephenson deserves and will no doubt get a warm by Indiana statesmen at the National capital for the Long years of party service he rendered during his extended newspaper career in Warren a county. Iris expected the trip will occupy about two weeks. We Hope to favor the Many friends of the party in Warren county and adjacent territory with items of interest of the trip through the columns of the review Republican. Editor buys Home in Williamsport county Institute the Warren county Institute will Convene next monday morning at 9 30 a. M. At the court House. The instructors Are a. Thomas b. Rice who will talk on heredity and prof. P. C. Tilden of Depauw University whose work will be in English. It is expected that All teachers not in school will be in attendance during the week. It is hoped that quot the teachers Reading Circle books will be on hand for distribution during the week. Harry Evans county supt. The review Republican 11.50. I. W. Cripe editor of the review Republican has purchased the vacant House located on Lincoln Street at the Corner of Center Street belonging to Harry e. Herr and which is better known As the i. N. Taylor prop Ertz. The Interior of the House is being entirely remodeler new paper will inc placed on the Walls and ceilings throughout and All the Wood work will be repainted. The porches Are being repaired and rebuilt and a garage will be erected on the premises. The reclaiming of this place of property will add to the already attractive appearance of that part of the town of Williamsport and will relieve the shortage of houses which is now so acute to the extent of one additional residence. It is to be hoped that the example will induce those who Are financially Able to do so to build additional Homes in Williamsport so that families wishing to locate Here will not be debarred on account of not being Able to rent a closing out Sale Grade footwear bought at about 60c on the Dollar from the quot shoe Mart quot Stock of Muncie. You la mss an Opportunity to buy Classy seasonable footwear at exception ally Lbw prices if you fail to attend. S men s gunmetal calf English sewed soles. Show a wac Price $4.50, close out Price $2.95 men s High Grade work shoes brow i calf sewed and nailed soles close out Price $3.95 men s tan and Black pull toe shoes shoe Mart Price $6.00, close out Price Black Laid Theo ties shoe Mart Price $7, $8, $9, a a Ajel be out Price ladies kid and Patent Low a cuts High and Low heels shoe Mart Price $6 close out Price $2.98 $2.95 3ien s oxfords All styles 300 pairs shoe Mart Price �9 to $12, close out go Price men s tan calf genuine army shoe Munson last shoe Mart Price $8, close out Price ladies Brora an Black kid 9-Inch boots. Rice amp Hutch ins mak6, shoe Mart Price $9. Close out Price $5.85 White Canvas straps ibid oxfords. Shoe Marj Price $3 to $4. Close out of a to Price a a misses and cold White Low shoes All styles shoe Mart Price $2 to $3, 43 close out Price a space is too a panted to till yous a you must see these shoes to appreciate their full value. Miridel shoe store l a Moa Jonathan Brace quot Yii South car Una As Mary a a n d a amp a been made a proprietary government i n like Mahner the territory extending from Virginia to Florida was granted by Charles h in 1663 to eight gentlemen As a Reward for their efforts in his behalf. The name Carolina comes from the latin Carolus mean a Charles. It was not i airy named after Churles a i j but origin ally in Honor of Charles # in King of France by Hugue j not whip built a fort near Beaufort in 1562. The fact that the Carolinas became later two distinct colonies was due to Chance. It happened. That the earliest settlements located at Points far removed from each other. The first permanent settlements in South Carolina were about Charleston while those in North Carolina were around Albemarle sound. The life in the two Sec t tons also was quite different. South Carolina was largely devoted to the cultivation of Rice and indigo and the planters soon grew very Rich with their Large estates on which the labor was performed by slaves. In fact just before the revolution the population showed twice As Many Blacks As Whites. In 1729 the government of the Carolinas was turned Back by the lord proprietors to the King and there was then formed the j two separate provinces. South Carolina was the eighth state to adopt the Constitution the vote of ratification being passed in May 1788. The Palmetto state As South Carolina is sometimes called extends Over 30,989 Square Miles and it participates in the presidential election to the extent of nine electors a by Mcclure newspaper Syndicate t t t # t t t t t t t s # a f t t t i 4 t t f i i f t f t 4 w. H. Ii a co. Lafayette ind w. In x.11s1s co Lafayette. Ind. The Zinn store s week end Sale every saturday has become an established Factor m the reduction of living expenses. Through Quantity buying and Quantity Selling we Are Able to quote prices far lower than you anticipated. Mare out your grocery list for your week s supplies and gome to the Zinn grocery Section in the basement this sat urday. Wonders of America. \ by Pony contest vote prof. Stockton. From 1913 to 1917 he was assistant professor of economics at in Diana University. Has also been instructor in universities of Rochester Michigan and Minnesota. While connected with Indiana University delivered papers on tax questions before the Indiana tax association and the annual meeting of the county assessors. Was asked by the National tax association to i View for its bulletin the report of the Indiana special tax commission appointed governor Ralston. A member of the i National tax association and the american economic. Association. Last Winter quot gave an address on tax matters before the state meeting of the South Dakota county auditors held under the supervision of the South Dakota state tax commission. Has conducted courses on taxation since 1911 at universities of Rochester Indiana Minnesota and South Dakota. Believing that the coming election september 6, for a change in the Constitution of Indiana is of great importance and not thoroughly understood by a majority of the voters especially the amendment concerning taxation the undersigned have invited prof. Stockton to give an address on the subject of taxation at the court House wednesday night August 24, at 8 o clock. Prof. Stockton comes Well recommended to instruct the voters on this subject As shown by the work he has done and is now doing. Rev j. E. Mccloud. H. H. Madaus. Harry Evans. Western Kew paper Union. American Campanile the records of past Ages Are authority for the fact that Campanile or Bell towers became very common in Italy and especially in Rome Between the eighth and eleventh centuries. Almost everybody has at some time seen a picture of that famous old one of old st. Mark s Church in Venice. On the other hand Campanile Are rarely seen in the United states now a Days and yet California boasts what is perhaps the most splendid example of a Bell Tower on the Western hemisphere. It is one of the most pleasing and Graceful architectural structures one can Hope to look upon and is located in the grounds of the University of California at Berkeley. The gift of a mrs. Sater it Cost about $200,000, is 302 feet High approximately 36 feet Square and is constructed of California Granite with the exception of the Pyramid ally shaped top piece which is of White Marble. Within the Tower is an immense clock and a chime of twelve beautifully toned Bells. These precious Bells were safely transported through the submarine infested Waters of the Atlantic on their journey from the old world during the earlier Days of the world War. These Bells also the gift of mrs. Sater Range in weight from 349 to 4,118 pounds. The Tenor or largest Bell carries the following inscription written especially for the purpose by professor Flagg of the University quot we ring we chime we loll la incl be the silent part stome answer in the heart some Echo in the the following is the result of the votes of Odle s grocery Pony contest Herbert Darling--------.-.1,200,655 Elizabeth wag Iier 836.475 Herbert Cole 796,890 Robert 625. 05 Robert Hellwig 610,030 m. Dennis 172- is5 cletis sipes______________________.25 Martha Gregory 38,895 George citizen 37,840 Helen 21,000 Elizabeth Painter 20,190 Mary Wilkinson 17,965 Catherine Brier 10,920 Richard Darding 9,765 Janette seals 9,200 Paul Lucas. 5,945 nine contestants receiving less than 5,000 votes not of cowgirls go to Indianapolis for election supplies mrs. J. B. Dennis Wei to Indianapolis yesterday to Fanny Mccray s millinery opening. Mrs. Dinis will remain in Indianapolis several Days to study the styles and to Pur Clotese her fall Stock of millinery mrs Denis will have her fall line of millinery on display in a few Days and the exact Dat of her open will be announced next Meek. A a 45tl or and mrs. B. Moss of Lamar mp., and their son Fredick Oka to amp a and mrs. Bred. Wise of Upton Lac Illinois spent the latter part of last week with mrs. Moss s sister mrs. Burk. The party including or st Burk motored to Frankfort monday to visit the brother of mrs Burk. Richard Jac is r.?turned Home monday from a visit wit i his Qon at tab Indiana. Quot a Fine Quality Home grown Timothy seed. Joel d. ?8 it Frank Johnson of West , has accepted a position with Harley Wallace in Attica. Miss Hortense Mcmullen of Pine Village visited in Attica Over sunday. County clerk William Cowgill and wife left for Indianapolis monday to get the supplies for the special election to be held september 6. County assessor Metzger was in charge of a the clerk s office during the absence of or. And mrs. Cow ii who will return today. Wash Nolton s Flygt new Papor. The first newspaper quot put laced la Washington was called the Washington Gazette. It was issued on june 11. 1796. Or. And mrs. Fay keys entertained at a family dinner at their Home in Attica on sunday in Honor of mrs. J. Parkes Worley wife of senator Worley of Bluff City Tennessee who stopped in the City for a Short visit on her Way to Boswell in her car to spend six weeks with her Mother mrs. Sarah keys. The out of town guests were or. And mrs. Harry spinning of Williamsport and or. A and mrs. Charles Foster and son Donald of Western newspaper museum of natural history the Cornerstone of the Home of this wonderful collection in Manhattan Square new York City which contains some ten acres of floor space was Laid by president Grant in 1877. The purpose of this great quot Carloa Ity shop quot is to procure actual spec i Fiens upon which accurate knowledge quot of the animals Birds Mineral and other wonders of the world Are based and exhibit them for the edification of the Public. A few of the displays which attract particular attention the like of which probably does not exist elsewhere Are a largest known meteorite brought Tom Greenland and weighing 36 tons an Indian dugout Mhz feet Long made from a single tree a Section of a California tree 16 feet in diameter and More than 1,300 years old a life size Model of a 79 foot whale probably the largest animal that Ever lived and which probably weighed 70 tons mounted specimens of More Daft Erent kinds of Birds than you imagine the world contains a collection of in Plep vents used by prehistoric Man representing a period of approximately. 250,000 years exhibits of fishes including some so primitive As to be scale less an exhibit of snakes that gives you the creeps t an intensely interesting exhibit showing How disease is transmitted by insects and a Library of some 70,000 volumes on natural history travel and anthropology. Mrs. Will Hunter and two daughters of Warren county went to Winona Lake ind., on sunday to hear Galli Curci sing there sometime this week. William Hart of the Lafayette soldiers Home is spending a few Days with Charles Bethel of Warren county. I Odle s Cash store is gaining in business every Day. There s a reason we Are saving our customers Money below we quote Only a few of our Money saving items just to convince you of what we Are doing i grocery department Large cans Salmon special a Ltd Oats Small Sie __________________10c meat department prices quoted Are for no. 1 Quality. Carlr a al in Oats Large size________________-----25c Blossom pork and Beans Veribest Large cans pork and Beans. -i4c Large cans tomatoes_________________18c Small cans Veribest cream______________5c everything we sell in proportion. Chuck Steak a a Sec boiling beef is t0-18c Bacon per ,15 to 55c we sell everything in fresh and cured meats. Special for saturday yellow extra Fine Sweet potatoes at per Pound 7 cents. Have you tried our bread cakes Coo does buns Etc we Are Selling More and More each Day. We sell for less than quot out of town quot bread. Dont Lse an a a a is _ quot out of town quot bread Uyer. Use Home product so Long As they Are of first class Quality As is of bakery contest closed. The Pony contest we conducted is Over. The Pony was won by Herbert Darling by a a Lijo Rity Over the closest contestant of 364,180 votes remember we always have a Complete line of Presh fruits vegetables etc., Fob your sunday dinner. Trade at our store and save s sui store. We am Pobi. A

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