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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - August 28, 1919, Williamsport, Indiana The Price of the review Republican will be $1.50 a year after sept. I warred county july 16 19 new a blues volume a Willie is foot Mdian a a Wae Kei a to thursday August 28, 19i9, Xuy Mhz a a 17 m of a in n t of quot t c a a Aii Xii tit ii i. a any cases will be tried but not any cases of importance Are yet booked the Warren circuit court will Convene next monday for the september term. The following new cases have been filed Lane amp Berry is. Anna Garrison it al debt. Whicker amp Whitehall attorneys for plaintiff. State of Indiana is. Oscar sting Ley unlawful transportation of liquor. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for defendant. Lydia Ransom is. Thomas r. Ransom appointment of guardian. Elmore Barce attorney for plaintiff. Jennie Shaffer is. Raymond l. Shaffer divorce. Victor h. Ringer attorney for plaintiff. Thomas n. Ross is. William Day Breech of warranty. E. C. Collins attorney for plaintiff. Loreen Harvey is. Stanley Harvey annulled marriage contract and damages. Whistler amp liven Good attorneys for plaintiff. State of Indiana is. Frank Smith bootlegging. Robert Kirts and wife in the mat ler of the adoption of Roy Robert Shoemaker. E. Yount attorney for plaintiff. State of Indiana is. E. B. Ham Brey bootlegging. John Lape is. Isaac n. Julian suit on promissory Noie. J. E. Rodenbeck attorney for plaintiff. George r. Johnson it al partition suit. Victor h. Ringer attorney for plaintiff. Harley Long is. Charles Long it al partition suit. H. D. Billings attorney for plaintiff. Robert Quincy Hartlep is. Henry b. Ogle it al quiet title. E. F. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Petition of Emerson m. Brewer to repair the Ira Evans tile Drain. H. D. Billings attorney tor plaintiff. Robert Cottingham is. William Henry it al quiet title. Victor h. Ringer attorney for plaintiff. Joseph Kirsch is. William f. Startz it al quiet title. W. F. Morgan Frazier amp Isham attorneys for plaintiff. James Lawrence Strickland is. Ella Reynolds it al quiet title. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Stella a Allison is. Walter Allison divorce. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Grant Buck and Lucy f. Buck is. Ezra j. Covey it al quiet title. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Ruth Gott is. Samuel Gott divorce. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Maggie Landon is. William Lan Don support. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Flora b. Max is. Jay w. Max divorce. Elmore Barce attorney for plaintiff. I county. State of Indiana is. Joe Jones and i Steve Funk Petit larceny. Bertha Livingston is. Thomas e. Livingston divorce. Victor h. Rin Ger attorney for plaintiff. Aaron Hewitt is. Ernest c. Hewitt i petition to appoint a guardian. John j. Hall attorney for plaintiff. I Verlie j. Blue is. Edward Farris it al partition. H. D. Billings at Torneo for plaintiff. Mary Reece is. Pascal Reece divorce. J. R. Crask attorney for plaintiff. Edward a. Wurtsbaugh is. Ura Seeger it al debt. Mccabe amp sons attorneys for plaintiff. Warren county boys s and girl s calf and pig club Content closes sept. 1 the Warren county calf and pig club members will exhibit their Stock not later than september 2nd i at the Covington fair. All calves and pigs must be entered on tuesday morning. Stalls for the calves and pens for the pigs have been arranged for. Records of feed fed and the Story of How the calves and pigs were raised ought to be in the office of the county agent by August 30th. Through the Bankers of Warren county and the Secretary of the Covington fair George p. Schwin it is possible to offer the following prizes in Warren county As Well As in Fountain county. feeding club sweepstakes Best calf in the county a trip to the International Best calf in township trip to Purdue second calf in 5.00 third calf in township. 2.50 fourth calf in township. L50 fifth calf in township. 1.00 pig feeding club sweepstakes Best pig in county trip to International i Best pig in township trip to Purdue second pie in 3.00 third pig in township. 2.00 fourth pig in township. 1.50 fifth pig in township. 1.00 i furthermore the Angus shorthorn and Hereford breeders associations of Indiana Are also offering attractive prizes to the boys and girls judge Keith dead in the clubs with shorthorn Angus judge Ernest r. Keith of Superior or Hereford calf. A boy with an an court room died at the method Gus calf will enter his calf in the is Hospital in Indianapolis at 6 30 i Angus class. Likewise a boy with o clock Sun Lay morning from Nerv-1 a shorthorn will enter his calf in j us trouble. He had been ill since the shorthorn class. The people attending the coving-1 Pital Only one wee judge Keith ton fair this year will see one of the i resided at 1624 North Pennsylvania finest and Best exhibits by the boys Street Indianapolis and girls Ever shown. We can As in the super is court judge sure the people of Warren county Keith a Republican succeeded that they will be proud of what judge John j. R it chord a demo the club members did in the respect crat. Dec. 20. 1918. He was the last tive clubs. You will find calves and of the judges ducted in the 1918 pigs bigger and larger and fatter elections to take office. He suffered than most Farmers have in their l a nervous breakdown last Spring feeding pens today. J attributed by his friends to his hard the calves and pigs will be judg j work since taking office. Special de on thursday sept. 4th and will judge William s. Mcmaster repro 1 hero comes barn and contents burned the Large barn on the Mary i White farm one and one half Miles East of Marshfield was struck by lightning during the rain and wind storm last sunday afternoon and Early june but he been at the hoj j a a Jim destroyed by fire. There were also about Twenty tons of baled Hay and Straw in the barn together with three sets of harness and one horse destroyed by the flames. The farm was occupied by mrs. White s son James and family is Ici they were at Home at the time the lightning struck the barn. The family ran to the barn As soon As the fire was discovered but the flames were burning so fierce they could not enter the barn to save anything. The loss Falls pretty be sold on Friday. If any member tentative from Marion county tem heavily on the family. Roosevelt memorial association new York aug. 25.�?the Roosevelt memorial association of which former president William h. Taft and former Justice Chas. E. Hughes Are honorary presidents will conduct a National Campaign during the week of october 20-27, to raise a minimum of $5,000,000 to build a National memorial at Washington to establish a Park at Oyster Bay l. I., which May ultimately include Sagamore Hill colonel Roosevelt s Home and to establish a foundation to perpetuate Roosevelt s ideals of courageous americanism. The offices of the memorial association Are at one Madison Avenue new York. William Boyce Thompson is president of the National organization William Loeb jr., vice president Albert h. Wiggin president of the Chase National Bank of new York is treasurer and Harry , Secretary. The National executive committee includes gen. Leonard Wood Henry Cabot Lodge governor James p. Goodrich will h. Hays Otto m. Kahn Herman Hagedorn jr., George w. Perkins Gifford Pinchot Elihu Root Hiram w. Johnson mrs. Medill Mccormick a. T. Hert Luke e. Wright John Mitchell t. Dupont and mrs. C. A. Severance. Quot there will be no pressure exerted during the Campaign As was done during the Liberty loan Campaign and other War work drives quot said or. Thompson. Quot this collection offends is not to be a drive quot in the j sense that the red Cross y. M. C. A., and similar wartime enterprises were drives. What we intend to 001 Muhm reports shows the Auto taxes to be refunded to the different counties Are very Large wants to sell his calf or pig a buyer from Armour will be there. Going to Mammoth Cave i de. Horn and family Harvey Smith and family Mary Barnes and Kenneth Larch All of Prairie town i ship stopped off in Williamsport monday for a few minutes while on their Way to the Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. They Are motoring their Way through. They expect to be gone ten Days. We wish them a pleasant trip. Pora Rily relieved judge Keith on the Bench shortly before the summer vacation. The review Republican $1,50 next monday saturday is the last Day the review Republican can be bought at $1 per year and is also the last Day old subscrib3rs can renew at the old Price. Next moriday and after it will require $1.50 per year to renew or for a new subscriber to get the paper. We were Loath to increase the Price but the Price of print paper help etc., have advanced so much we Are forced to raise the Theodore Huffman of Parkman Wyoming a brother of mrs. Lutitia Ermey of this place arrived here.,. Thursday of last week for a few or close up business. Days visit. His coming was a sur i prise. On saturday noon they went county Institute to Boswell to make a visit to a Sis i the annual county teachers inter mrs. Belle . I statute which has been in session All take Many prizes at Illinois fair Claire Rhode of Pine Village last week exhibited Twenty six head of Hampshire hogs at the Illinois state fair at Springfield his Herd taking first and third prizes and standing at the top All through the exhibits. Or. Rhode and William Essig of Tipton took More than half the prizes at the fair where there were More than four Hundred Hampshire hogs exhibited. Do is to have our system so Complete that not one person in All the land May Lack the Opportunity to participate in this movement if he so desires. And i believe every True american will so the officers of the state organization in Indiana Are we. C. Bobbs president of Bobbs Merrill co., publishers Indianapolis state chairman mrs. Linton a. Cox vice chairman and Albert Sahm treasurer both of Indiana ohs and Harry l. Kitselman of Muncie Secretary. The members of the state executive committee will be announced later. Deboy Mikles mrs. Lucy Bell Deboy and William Mikles of Battle ground son of or. And mrs. George Mikels were married last Friday at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. Warren Lyman at Riverside. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Some specials at the Princess the Princess theatre has booked two big special features for the near future that will be of interest to movie fans. The first will be Chas. Chaplin s third million Dollar production Sunnyside quot on thursday september 11, and the other is the second Mary Pickford special quot the hoodlum quot on thursday september 26. This is said to be better and funnier than the first one quot daddy beginning next monday this popular playhouse will begin giving entertainments every night during the week and has booked Many first class productions so the theatre going Public will be Given Many rare treats in the near future. William a. Roach Secretary of state has announced the amount each county will receive As its share in the automobile License receipts for the first six months of the year. According to figures worked out by Frank a. Richards of the department the total net receipts from january 1 to july 1 amounted to ,-359,388.47, Only $34,350.63 less than the 1918 net receipts. The Monsy is now being distributed to the counties through the state auditor and state treasurer. Marion county will receive $65,384, the greatest single amount. The amount for Benton Courty is $15,210 Fountain county $13,930 a Arren county $12,823, and Vermilion county $14,792. After expenses of the department Are taken out the net fund is distributed to the counties on the basis of one third equally one third on the basis of Road Miles and one third on the basis of receipts from each county. This is the last big distribution to the counties. The 1919 legislature provided that after the end of the year the receipts should go to the state Highway commission. The receipts of the last six months of the year will be the Only other to go to the counties. The receipts for that period Are smaller by far than for the first half of the year when ail the automobiles must obtain new licenses. H. D. Mcclelland head of the automobile department submitted a number of figures to show the volume of business done by the department. The licenses issued to Date this year exceed by approximately 35,000 the number issued in 1918. The department in the first six months issued 19,143 More sets of plates than it did in the corresponding period last year. The Issue of sets up to july 1 was near 246,203. The Issue to Date has passed the 260,000 Mark. The entire 1918 Issue was 227,000. The citizens of Mellott Are going i week will close tomorrow. Some Mccloud of this City. To hold a big Home coming at that i very interesting lectures have been i Plade next saturday with a big bar Given by prof. E m. Linton miss Bertha Stinespring and mrs. E m. Linton and Becue at the noon hour in to of i prof. Geo. E. Schlafer of the state by Moore who Are clerks in the the returned soldiers of Fountain i University at blooms ton ind. A Good attendance has been recorded. Mcdermond store at Attica Are taking a two week s a Tara tuia last week Joseph Mccormick who runs a store at Ambia while pulling some bananas from a Bunch discovered a Mammoth Tara tuia hidden in the Bunch. It was captured and placed on exhibition in or. Mccormick s store. Big and Little Rich Ana poor they All buy suppl Fos for the inner and outer Man Wien Uncle Sam Sells at Cost especially in the nationwide rap at the High Cost of living. These photographs show How Washington folks trom laddies to Well to do grown ups gladly gave up 55 for �?25 army Blank ets and bought peas Beans and Bacon at prices unheard of sine before the War. Vandame Lamb the marriage of miss Louise Marie Van Dame daughter of or. And mrs. Joe w. Vandame to Ray r. Lamb son of or. And mrs. J. L. Lamb of route c. From Lafayette took place at Marion last thursday at the Home of the bridegroom s sister. The Bride has been employed at the Queen City store for the past four years. Or. Lamb owns a farm Southeast of the City. After a ten Days wedding trip or. And mrs. Lamb will return to Lafayette for residence. Close Call from fire last Friday night Charles Smith and family of this City had a close Call from having their Home destroyed by fire. The family leaves a lamp burning at night and on saturday morning when they arose they found the lamp overturned on the table the table cloth burned up and the top of the table ruined. The Rug on the floor had a Large Hole burned in it. Or. Smith had a new hat destroyed and a pair of shoes for one of the children was burned. How the fire extinguished itself is a mystery. In All probability if the fire had t extinguished itself the family probably would have been burned to death. Berl Beaver pardoned county clerk William Cowgill received notice last thursday from gov. Goodrich that Berl Beaver had been pardoned and placed under his supervision. Under the terms of the Pardon Beaver is to pay his Fine of $10 and costs in weekly instalments of $2. Beaver it will be remembered was sentenced to six months at the penal farm last May on the charge of larceny. Or. And mrs. Frank Hanthorn of Attica spent saturday in this City the guests of Ernest Phillips and family. Review Republican liked in West Virginia we Are in receipt of a letter from mrs. C. W. Nern of Parkersburg West Virginia in which this lady enclosed $1 to extend her subscription for another year. She says quot we Are always glad to hear from our old friends in Indiana through the Warren review. Our list of Reading would not be Complete without the George Reiff wife and two children a former Williamsport boy and son of mrs. Rosetta Reiff arrived Here saturday afternoon and ill make a visit of ten Days with his Mother and the family and old friends. George is now located in Cincinnati and is in the electrical business there. They drove through in an Auto and made the trip of 213 Miles in about Loi hours. Logan d. Etnire was a visitor in Janville sunday

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