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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana The to the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. New series vol. , Wakker comity indians a thursday Feble Uain to 1, 1917. Ninsi ber it Mimi the Day. His friends gloriously surprised him on his eighty first birthday. Ontl urn Gaj january 25, the no refused to abolish capital punishment. Indiana will continue to inflict capita punishment for capital . This was determined in the Senate last week when that body killed a Bill introduced by senator Mccray. Of Marion county to Abol j rehearsals for Quot Fiffi Quot probe skins preparations f o r musical fantasy arousing much interest. The cast for Quot fifi of american troops to be withdrawn. Washington d., c., Jan. 28 orders for the withdrawal of american troops from Mexico were of scially i announced today by the War depart j ment with the statement that the i northward movement of general impeachment a Bill i eff re a he Senate if this measure is passed the authority of the governor will be extended. Nitrous s friends and acquaintances Ofish capital punishment and to make shop Quot to be Given thursday Febru-1 or i in began end v thi or. Adam Hartz one of Warren life imprisonment the limit of Pun-1s. At the Bowlus opera House for county s most prominent citizens is Mem under the Indiana criminal j the Benefit of the Library is nearly what is entitled As the governor s Quot impeachment Bill Quot has been placed quietly gathered at his Home near Jud Yville to joyfully him that he had entered upon the eighty first footstep of life s Highway. Although or. Hartz has reached the advanced age of 81 years he is As Hale Hearty and Well As a person approaching fifty and instead of being surprised by his friends he greatly surprised Chern by his Good natured Lively disposition. The occasion proved not to be simply a Surprise party on or. Hartz but a Joyful gathering of his old and Young friends with him As the Pivot. The occasion was a Happy one and or. Hartz was the recipient of Many tokens of the esteem in which he is held by Liis Large Circle f friends. The following persons were present at this to you occasion Clark Dick and family. Jack Davis and family Guy Davis and family mrs. Iva Dick Phon Hartz and children Lon Hartz and wife Charles Hartz Rand wife Horner and wife of Williamsport Jay Mcdermond ind wife of Attica will Hartz and a Ife of Danville 111. Henry Hartz and a Ife of Williamsport Philip Herniy in Laws. The Bill the subject of All completed and from the list of prolonged debate in most of those selected we will undoubtedly the members of the Senate took see an unusually Clever Amateur part. I performance. On the Roll Call for the passage of i mrs. John Hall will have the Prin the Bill the vote stood 29 noes and 18 Cipal female singing role which ayes. L under the Law when a constr i will be Quot fifi Quot the Beautiful Wax Tut ional a Iorito of the members doll with sadly flirtation morning the Colonia Dublan. The final act in the Entrance into changing their salary. A Bill has been introduced that if it becomes a Law will give advisory boards to. O dollars and a half a Day for their sessions but restricts the number of Days to Twenty. The advisory members of the trustees Are now paid five dollars per year no matter How often they May be called by the trustee in consultation will be the of the county Council Are paid a Little More liberally the v of the Senate vote against a Bill the Bill is dead and can not be revived at that session. Therefore the Mccray Bill having been opposed by More than the constitutional Majo ity of Twenty six votes is dead. Ties. Miss i. Evacuation of the present session of the in Diana state legislature and the present Outlook is that it Mexico of 12,no0 american soldiers passed unanimously. The Power it As a result of the Villa massacre of control of the governor receive fifteen dollars a year for seventeen americans at Columbus i Quot it be dangerous if adm mastered i their services. The pay of members n. A. On March 9, 1916, was writ-1 bitterly partisan individual but of either Board is too insignificant if ten today with official announce i their services Are Worth anything of the w. Ten cents a week for the trustee or to dirty cents a week for the county commissioners. True they May not ily flin ious Propersi general Quot Pershing had been ordered i Dia demote Wil be actually had started to bring the Bill provides for the removal Bonnie the toy makes daughter of any county City or township of and makes up As a girl of twelve. Secretary Baker issued the follow demand of five citizens of a have much work to but their the Niesz is now on. Ing part. That Quot fifi of the toy Shon Quot will i Logan Etnire has issued another sweeping Challenge. I ars Kari Utt will the Man m a a Oun Cement Quot general Pershe county. It enables the governor the Moon the principal male smg-1 a ordered to bring his immediately name the Man who troops out of Mexico. The move. Mient is to be an immediate one and be the most Beautiful and Complete Amateur production recently staged j in this City is the prediction of the j friends of the Library Board who have been Quot behind the scenes Quot later advices to the department said thai the troops already had begun the evacuation of Colonia dub Lan Lin from the Border is to fill the place of the ousted officer. Said appointee to hold once pending Appeal by the ousted person. Then the synopsis of the Bill creeps i a. Time is surely Worth something. Many persons hold to the opinion lii at these offices no matter How conscientiously they Are filled by the members Are of Little real value since the members Are in the main. Along a Little further. The True governed almost entirely by the Sug meaning of the Bill is not simply Gest ions and needs of the trustee or the impeachment of City county or when or. William Steininger. The concentrating a Quot ship officers but it will Grant l. Etnire very proudly states Rector was putting the participants few weeks. The last Ameri through their respective parts can Soldier is expected to re Cross. By thursday everything Voll be hol a in about a a ppm that Harvey Billings and Jacob Shef-1 in full swing and there will be re Quot Quot Fer can have their Early tomatoes i hear Sals morning afternoon and j Jet and Garden Sass. Of which they brag evening. As the production will be is a s Quot an much about 10 their neighbors staged february st. The time for iof Tiff i Lafayette. Pictures at tab. There is to be a series of entertainments Given by misses Beaver and Torpy at the school in tab one evening each Creek during the remainder of the school year. With part of the proceeds of the Box supper a projection lantern has been purchased. Slides by lecture notes Are procured from the Extension department of Indiana University and give a ten foot picture when thrown on the screen. The school also Victrola of the o owns and a number of excellent a music is another feature evening s entertainment. Last week views were Given of the scenery along the Canadian Pacific trunk line and scenes from the pan Rima pacing exposition patrons and friends of the school Are cordially invited of come and enjoy the pictures and spend a social hour with their friends. County storage Sui iding. Last fall the county commission so and fri in have the governor the Power to Send the state attorney general into any county to displace the prosecuting attorney and try before a special judge such cases As May be brought the county commissioners. Presbyterian Church. A Day for Young next sunday s services at tiie ins. Single. February st. The for that Bill Cowgill May i preparation is Short and it is Neces be highest scored chickens in i sary that everyone be prompt at All. The town but that neither one of the rehearsals. One Absentee will Serij Miscoi Lune never comes Trio can Quot hang anything Quot on him for piously interfere with the work of Pechar sad Story has just he has Vliem beat to a frazzle in a far i others. Ended in Oxford. Leslie Ogle and better Way. And that if they will take the cast is to include 125 persons a Peep at his Quot Spring frys Quot they will be convinced. Week and prominent social Quot leaders of better Wrork and wages. Two will act As Patr Nesses their names ago a third son was born. Logan appears to be very proud Over the Early arrival of a Batch of vice will be named for the yrs of a. In the governor s name by the states j attorney general. With a removal presbyterian Church a ill be devoted i club in his Possession Over the Heads to the Young people i of elective or appointive officers in j sunday school will open the Day s i eluding mayors sheriffs prosecuting services at 930. Quot get the habit Quot is i attorneys marshals and justices of growing in popularity so is our ithe peace the governor with the sunday Sci tool music by orches Wottle sons la and 8 assistance of the state attorney-1 tra. Be came last year from general and a special judge of his the pastor will preach at 10 30, is distribution of tickets Early in the to Oxford m Hope own choosing would be enabled to specially to the Young on the subject Quot investing a enforce the Laws of the state. sunday Young Chicks and desires to inform to be announced later. De. Held that he will have to get under the wire a Little earlier next year if he expects to beat l. Etnire in raising Quot Early Spring he says that one of his hens hatched out seven Nice Quot frys Quot on the 26th of january and that another Hatch is due to arrive on the i4th of february he says that held did not so very bad. But he ought to there is at present considerable school pupils Are urged to remain and hear this. Guy Sutton Lead the services at 600 p. M., this being Christian Endeavor decision Day. The subject will be Quot visions and have done better for he his Hen to a bringing Vay Quot Logan lit unti Forth january 28 before i her Brood. Shortly after its birth the Mother discussion in regard to the exact Sutie red trom an attack of nieu j meaning of the governors Quot in night school becoming popular. Children and the pachment the general belief the special night classes being j became sick with measles the that the Bill is intended to permit orca sized in cooking and sewing by the governor to go into counties like the Domestic of the High All were helpless at he same. Vigo. Vermillion Benton Marion special Masic. School at Attica for the Benefit of l quo nurse came lor a Porter and others and nut an end to at 7 00 o clock Rev. Wells will cays. But was sent for As her Hind tigers gambling political Dis j liver another Young people s Sermon. Vas Dyg. The neighbors a a a he enforcement of i on the subject Quot How we May have what they cot iid but tuesday uhe Law and other infractions of the t be pleasures of youth and the of last week the Mother died. Or. Of he state. Tim ism of old for them and i a parents Are urged to bring Send planned to limit the classes to. Twenty so it is probable that in the remarks l. D., . Held an Quot I department one class will Etmore will of eat i Vounce i11, ,. J a 1a. Be Heschl Between 4 and 1 1 o clock m next sprig while then inends.j., the other in the and neighbors will have to evening. The work As outlined women and girls outside of school. 1., ,. A Fatnar rare proving popular to be a great Success. Nearly forty enrolled for the cooking class and fourteen for sewing. It. Rate i lor their did of1 Ogle s parents Caitie been. On wednes Aav Liev Sti Home in Keni Ucko. Rvs themselves by eating old hens and an embezzler at Otterbein goes free it is said that through the Vork of detectives an Otterbein business ers let the contract for the season s firm has discovered that it has been Supply of Coal at $2.75 per ton. As the county has no place to store a Large amount of Coal at one time and As the Price of Coal is soaring systematically robbed for several years by one of its trusted clerks. He was suspected of the thefts a few months ago suspicion having been skyward the contractor succeeded in j aroused by his Prosperity and Indus let eing released from his contract j gence in luxuries. Besi les a Fine at a recent meeting of the Board Home he purchased an automobile the contract was awarded to Milt Keister of s-4.75 per ton. Commissioner Rodgers now advocates the building by the county a of a storage room Large enough to hold the Winter s Supply of fuel believing that it would soon pay for itself and save the county Money. Is Boswell dry the Boswell Enterprise says a Quot talk about Boswell being dry and established a Bank account. He was finally confronted with the evidence of his dishonesty and turned Over $3,000 in property and Cash to his employers who very magnanimously permitted him to retain some Money and refused to prosecute at the age of 92 years. Mrs. Mathias Gish one of the oldest residents of Fountain county should be very helpful and with miss Todd head of the Domestic science department As , it should prove a great Success. A number of the teachers of the grades have enrolled not necessarily for preparation for graduation into Matrimony but to fit themselves for teaching elementary cooking sewing Etc. It is the intention As soon As it can be arranged to teach this vocational work in All the grades just As music and drawing Are now. Quot had t done to o or three boy scouts Organ a o and stormed the Quot enemy Quot the a treat to the lovers of music. I other Day and the atmosphere of a delightful concert will be Given i the conflict remained with them next monday evening at the j hate auditorium in Lafayette by a Why two of our citizens sent twelve j and a member of one of the oldest empty whisky barrels Back to Ken-1 and most respected families of that Tucky on monday afternoon. When county passed away last thursday they come Back filled up we Are go. Morning at her Home in Covington ing to donate funnels to some of you after a Brief illness. She was in her people. If our new Law comes into ninety third year and had retained effect soon that we Are trying so her intellect and faculties to a re hard to get some Boswell men will Marrable degree until the very end go bankrupt and out of has 169 town ordinances. Kentland. Newton county i s blessed with an accumulation of town ordinances 169 being spread on the records. Fixing the Powers duties and functions of town officers there Are 42 ordinances defining offences against the town claims 35 of them fixing salaries of town officers 8 pertaining to Public safety 15 transient merchants 8 License fees 16 concerning cattle running at Large 11 Street obstructions 7 and the remainder on various subjects each of which is Well provided with numerous ordinances. The g neral opinion is that in years past when some need presented itself it was easier to pass a new ordinance be eral Days. They set a trap in an Alley on sixth Street and caught a Fra in Parker a prominent baritone sink. Then they had some fun of Chicago and miss Elsie m. Ricks i a Skunk and went to school pianist. Or. Parker has achieved Steele objected to the perfume remarkable Success in concert and oratorio work his work being characterized by Strong individuality in and sent them Home. After Leslie Carson landed in the Bath tub he insisted that he had t Quot done any Tell Igent Reading and interpretation. I ing but pull the Skunk out of the miss Ricks is a very talented and accomplished Young pianist and has appeared with pronounced Success in concert and private musical. The concert is the third number of the artist concert series arranged by miss Lena Baer of the Lafayette conservatory of music. Single admission $1.00. Tickets May be secured by addressing miss Baer. Among the records to find one that had already been enacted. The town Board has ordered an Over hauling of the numerous ordinances the state Encampment. The annual state encamp ment of the grand army of the Republic 11 be held at Indianapolis this j. A on the 10th and 11th of May. 1 his was the announcement made last week. It was Learned that w. J. Patterson of Pittsburg commander in chief of the National grand army could attend on these dates coming from the Encampment of Kentucky which is held on the eighth and ninth of May. The women s Relief corps sons of veterans and Spanish War soldiers will Aid in making the 1917 Encampment one of the greatest in the history of the organization. Of her life. She was born in Kentucky october 15,1824, and with her to meet the occasion than to Dighe has not forgotten us. J. C. Goodwine a prominent Citi. Settled near Covington zen of West Lebanon and who is Well known in All sections of Var i ground hog Day. Men county is spending the Winter i tomorrow Friday february 2, is so that the citizens will know where in the sunny South residing at entitled Quot ground hog Day Quot and they Are Quot at Quot and which ordinance Gainsville Florida As a reminder according to the old time prediction to obey that although he is Many hundreds if that Pesky Little creature arises j of Miles away he has not forgotten from his slumber takes a peek at the i marriage licenses. at that place on monday of last the folks in old Warren. Or. Good outside world and sees his own j Raleigh r. Brooks to Martha but week and discussed the prohibition wine mailed a copy of one of the Shadow he will return to his slum a pm. Question pro and con. A petition leading Southern newspapers to the ber for six weeks longer and thei Meredith Lowe to Cinnie Marie was prepared for the voters to sign. this settled the a Hoie proposition. Evidently it was not what Leslie and the other boys did it was what the Skunk did. And the Young scouts sold the hide for fifty cents. A Fowler Tribune. We or dry Quot the voters of the town of Boswell and Grant township held a Well attended meeting in the auditorium of the Public Library build review Republican for which we poor mortals of this world May pre Kinney sire to thank him. We Are glad pare for two Winters in one year or William r. Shesler to Harriet Hen-t.7 know that he has not forgotten in other words six weeks More of k e. The folks at weather. Frank Allison to Pearl Taylor. It is estimated by those present that there Are less than 25 voters in the town who Are not in favor of prohibition. From four dollars to one Hundred. One year ago at this time of the year commission men were Able to buy cabbages from the growers of the vegetable in Western Pennsylvania and new York at $4 per ton. Last thursday Danville commission men paid Sloo and in some cases $115 per ton for cabbages from the same territory. Getting the High Price during an auction Sale recently Lee and Clint Butler kept Quot crying Quot until they succeeded in auction ering a horse for $265. It certainly was some feat with Corn at 95 cents per Bushel and continually creeping upward in Price. Admiral Dewey s successor. Admiral William s. Benson u. S. N., has been appointed ranking officer of the United states Navy. He succeeds the late Admiral Dewey As president of the general Board of the Navy retaining also his duties As chief of naval operations. Admiral Henson was next in rank to Admiral Dewey. Will erect a $25,000 school. E. A. Wurtsbaugh trustee of Steuben township is making arrangements for the erection of a and urge the Young people to attend p175.icri v committe a. P. folks Are not barred methodist Church. Sabbath school�?9 30 a. As this is the first sunday of the month it will be the Timie for the birthday offering. Preaching�?10 30 a. Subject the greatest thing in the special music by Karl butt. Epworth league�?6 00 p. M., Leader prof. E. L. Stewart. Special music ladies Trio mrs. Stewart misses Gregory and Streit. Preaching�?7 00 p. Subject Quot look and special music by the ladies Trio. Official Board meeting monday night at 7 o clock. Junior league wednesday afternoon. Prayer meeting on wednesday nights at 7 o clock. Remember the Quot partial Post Sale and Penny luncheon Quot Friday afternoon in the Church Parlours. The partial Post of Idaho and California have been heard from and Many closer Points. John e. Mccloud pastor. Becoming City Wise. The Attica Telephone company has been granted permission by the Council of that City to place conduits and wires underground in the business District of that City in an Endeavor to prove the efficiency of the service. Notice. Elm Grove Church will give an indoor picnic on saturday evening february 3. Bring your lunch invite your friends. Come and have a Good time. There will be no charges. Everything free beginning at 7 o clock. Branching out. J. W. Harrison present manager of the Branch of the National car .,located at Attica has been chos-$25,000 school building at Marshfield Enas manager of a new steel corny to the close of the present school Pany to be located at Murphysboro i Illinois. Year

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