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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - February 3, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana Up a review Republican leading paper of Warren county a few series vol. 7, no. It Wilma sport thursday february 3, 1931 j. H. Stephenson editor John Ogborn to acknowledge love As pay for Grain sent to the starving Europe by Robert Fuller written specially for the review Republican Chicago 111., feb. 1.�?in less than live minutes 100,000 bushels of Corn were pledged for free distribution to the starving people of Europe and the far East it was at the sixth annual meeting of the Illinois agricultural Assof nation following an Appeal by president j. R. Howard of the american farm Bureau federation. He asked simply that Farmers give a part of the huge Corn crop which remains unsold. Fifth cars were pledged by the Illinois members of the farm Bureau federation. Telegrams were then i Ead from farm bureaus in Missouri Indiana. Ohio and Kansas announcing that Farmers there were pledging another 100,000 bushels. This will make a train of 100 cars of Corn in the first shipment. The movement is sure adm to the whole Corn Belt of the Middle West. Other states Are expected to contribute generously. The Corn is to be assigned to the More needy countries through Herbert Hoover. Arrangements Are being made to soon Load a Steamer for exporting the huge cargo to Europe a Ere it will alleviate the hunger which he people of Central Europe and Asia minor Are suffer Reg. A god has been Good to us Quot said Robert n. Clarke of the Grain marketing committee of the Illinois agricultural association to the assembled delegates. Quot we have plenty to eai and More. Let us Market our surplus Corn in the shape of Relie or the unfortunate and take our Pav in that stampeded the meeting and a a moment a dozen men were on their feet offering to share their Corn crop with the needy men women and children of the stricken coun tries. Don t miss this one Xeal Hart s latest picture m his great outdoor series is said to be the be the has Ever made. It is a Story of the great Northwest Replete with thrills and excitement. The Story dates Back to the Davs of the Chippewa indians and their mythical belief in the Spint of the Aurora boreal is. Which led them from darkness to Light from hunger to plenty. The picture is entitled Quot sky fire. And is unique for the reason that it shows what very few persons have a Ever seen the glow of the Northern lights in the sky. This was accomplished by Means of special electrical ecu piment. The picture Quot sky tre Quot will be shown at the Odle theatre tonight Only. Admission 15 and 25c. John l., son of Amos and Lucinda Ogborn was born on the old Shotae place pne mile West of Pine Village March 2nd, 1860, and departed this life at Daytona Florida january 27th, 1921, aged 60 years 10 months and 25 Days. October 8th, 1892, he selected As his life s companion miss Anna Gray. To this Union were born three sons Clarence and the twin Brothers Ray and Roy who with the bereft companion Are so suddenly deprived of the kind and Loving husband and father. For More than forty years he had identified himself with the methodist Church. During the ministerial services of Rev. Crapp he became an Active member always interesting himself in the promotion and welfare of the Church. It can be truthfully said that few fathers have left a greater inheritance in the Way of example and character than has this Man. J his surviving Brothers and Sis-1 or. Levi Frank b. And mrs. Alic3j Dinwiddie constitute the remainder of the once Large family. His education consisted principally of a primary schooling. His chosen occupation that of a Farmer. Later he yearned for a More Active life and entered the commercial lines in Pine Village becoming i partner in 190 2 with his brother. Frank b. Ogborn. In the general mercantile business. Some eight years ago he decided to enter the insurance business which proved to be the avocation for which he was most suited j through Energy and determination Success crowned his labors in this particular work far beyond his most sanguine expectations. The Indianapolis life insurance company has looked upon John Ogborn As among their most energetic and productive agents to the extent of defraying his expense. On a vacation trip to Florida which terminated so abruptly. On december 24th, 1020, he. With his wife started to a Winter resort in Florida where they to spend the Winter in rest and recreation it being the first vacation of this kind they had Ever taken in All their married life. He was enjoying this Outing to the fullest extent having spent the entire Day in recreation. Returning to his room in the evening he was Strick ened Down and grew weaker until thursday. January 27th, when he fell asleep As peacefully As a child in its Mother s arms for Many years he has been an Active member of the masonic and Woodmen orders of Pine Village who extend sympathy to the sorrowing family. The wife has lost a devoted husband. The sons an. Affectionate rather. The Brothers and sister a Loving brother and the Community a Man whose life stood for All that was True and Noble. The funeral services were held monday afternoon at 2 o clock Rev. Hagenbook officiating. Interment at Pine Village cemetery. Lincoln memorial completed Farmers learn cos of pork production the great Lincoln memorial at Washington costing about two and a half million dollars is virtually completed and will Likely be dedicated this Vear tvs architectural Beauty impresses and inspires All who visit it but big As it is. As Beautiful As it is it can Only serve in its mute limited Way to remind this nation in the centuries to come of the great spirit of the Man whose memory it commemorates the Humble Abe Lincoln american born feb. 12, 1s09 died april 15, 1865. Sorrow everyone has yet nothing is so admirable As to know one is plainly wretched and j yet not exploiting it. A fresh wound shrinks from the had hand of the surgeon and then Grade Sonie real grief or he ally submits and even Calls for it so imagines a lot of Sor or is with grief it at at first wants Row he makes real to to be let alone but at length if touched with tenderness calmly and willingly resigns itself to friends yet himself. Grief is most m tense and May wholly possess us at its first but time ameliorates dissipates it yet keeps the finer and Best part of its emotion. Grief is most intense and May wholly possess us at its first but time ameliorates dissipates it yet keeps the finer and Best part of its emotion. Grief fills the room up. Of my a a a a Olly die like the dried Many remedies must be had from within the world admires Graceful grief. Grief is a shr Velling burning emotion that nature Waters with tears. It is the agony of its insistence to which tears respond to indulge grief past tears is the Blunder of the bereaved. Grief is a Flower As delicate and As prompt to fade As happiness yet it sixty Farmers in Clinton is Miami Tipton Franklin Union and Hancock counties Are co operating with county agents and the agricultural Extension department of Purdue University in keeping Cost records on hogs. The object of the work is to determine the Basic factors of Cost in producing hogs that is to find out How much labor feed Etc is required in pork production and to study different methods and practices in raising hogs to find out which Are most economical and profitable. This work was started in Deer Creek town slip Miami county a Little More than a year ago with six Farmers co operating. They have completed their records on last Spring s pigs. On the average it required 496 pounds of feed for each 100 pounds of live pork produced including All feed fed to sows from Breeding time until the pigs were weaned and All the feed fed to the pigs from weaning time until they went to Market. The average Cost of feed including pasture was $11.50 per Hundred pounds gain. The total feed Bill on the six farms was $6,091.12. The Sale value of the hogs after deducting marketing expense was ?6, which leaves a margin of Only $492.7 6 to cover labor equipment charge interest on investment Etc. The Cost of these items was ?2.10 per Hundred pounds or ?1,110.90 on the 52.-900 pounds of pork marketed. In other words the returns lacked .?617.14 of paying the Cost of raising the hogs. Because of Lack of care at farrowing time one Man lost two thirds of the total amount lost in the operations of All six because he saved Only ?.7 per cent of his pigs. Quot the Man who raised Only 37 per cent of his pigs allowed his sows to run together during most of the far rowing and suckling period. The older pigs robbed the younger ones which resulted in Many runts Quot said j. R. Wiley animal husbandry Man who conducted this work. Quot another Man who made the largest profit though it was decidedly Small saved 9.&Quot per cent of his diffs because sep Arate farrowing pens were provided and his litters were kept separate for six sent child it his bed. Walks up and Down Vith me. I Rose it May revive. Why destroy present happiness in one s self and others with a Distant puts on his pretty looks repeats j his welds. Kern embers me. All his gracious parts stuffs out wifi vacant garment with his grieved May step Forth in greater buoyancy in a tried and Keener Lite to new pleasures. There Are no permanent Griefs they Are but Clouds in the sky that move on and others grief has its seasons but none of follow them and even the Imamov it reaches the dead except As Emer Able ones Are absorbed and become e pays Small Fine charged with hauling heavy Load in violation of Indiana Road Law. Covington ind., Jan. 29�?a Bench warrant has been issued for the Fountain produce company of Veedersburg on the affidavits of Cha leg Holland superintendent of highways for Fulton township and Aetna Fletcher superintendent for Mih Creek. Both affidavits charge the defendant with violation of the Highway Laws of the state. It is alleged that the truck Driver for the produce company appeared a few Days ago in the town of Cates with a Large Load of poultry and eggs. When he was accosted by Holland and require to weigh his Load it is said that after the Load was removed the truck alone As heavier than the Load permitted by Law but that Holland told the Driver if he would leave the Load and return the empty track to Veedersburg prosecution would be withheld. It is said that the Driver phoned the office of the company and the truck left Cates going in the opposite direction. Holland inv Aiti gated and Learned that the same truck was loading with produce in the town of Kingman. He notified Fletcher and the state s attorney secured the Bench warrant. A representative of the company appeared in court Friday to Ming pleaded guilty and was fined $5 and costs. Liberty township program Complete surprised. M. P. C. Loses to Attica five Attica ind., Jan. 28.�?the Attica car Coupler company team Defeated the y. M. P. C. Team of Lafayette in a fast Battle Here tonight 36 to 25. Cain put the visitors in the Lead at the Start of the game with a Field goal but Attica soon forged into the Lead and ran the score up to 11 to 8. Burke dropped one in for Lafayette and Cain put the visitors in the Lead with another Field goal. However Attica regained the Lead again and the first half ended 18 to 12 in favor of the locals. Play became speedier in the second half and both teams scored repeatedly but the locals could not be al meetings to begin. Rev. Daniel Sollars will begin a series of revival meetings at the car Bondale Church on sunday evening february 6, 1921. Rev. Sollars needs no introduction from us. Let everybody turn out and give interest to these meetings. Rev. Sollars closed a very interesting series of meetings at Kramer last sunday. Fingers Cut in meat grinder. Albert Critzer. Clerk at the Odle grocery and meat Market almost lost two fingers on his left hand in an Accident thursday afternoon. Albert was cleaning the meat grinder the guard slipped from the knife just As his left hand passed under the Blade. His third and fourth fingers were Cut across the knuckle. The tendons were severed which will probably result in his fingers being stiff. He was Able to be at his work this daily Tribune. We have heard of sausage being made of most All kinds of meats but we did t know meats were High priced enough for a person to grind up their fingers for hotel damaged by fire Covington ind., Jan. 28.�?the greater part of the roof of the tre Mont hotel was destroyed by fire at noon thursday despite the prompt response of the Covington fire department. The loss is covered by insurance. Carpenters went to work immediately after the fire to repair the print any blog you want. The family of Thomas Powell jr., of Attica were released from quarantine last thursday. The children had a Light Case of Scarlet fever. Sou says Quot to show Quot them How shallow it is. Nor does it carry us one real Quot none can cure their harms by wailing the Best cure for grief is action a Little More excessive action than the even Tenor of our ways the very Busy cannot indulge grief so much yet Quot every one can master grief except he who has Resolution is the Best conqueror of grief. Grief is an awful Stone that bears heavily Down two Bear it More lightly and their hearts Are More closely bound for grief knits in closer Bonds than happiness Ever can. Shakespeare says Quot honest Plain words Best Pierce the ear of grief and helps the Crown of Quot you May my glories and my state depose. But not my Griefs still i am King of Light Griefs Are plaintive but great grief is dumb. Yet dignity Calls for the exercise of life in Beautiful Effort for recovery i know no greater grief than to remember Days of Joy when misery is Here. Grief hallows hearts but Ages Heads and purifies the soul if proper cultivation follows in its relaxation. Just wait a Little then try amusement to dissipate it. I would not presume to dictate nor direct the sacred sorrow due the loss i know while grief is fresh every pattern it to direct or divert Only irritates it. The More tender was our love the More of grief we let in even then we should not make a display of it smaller until thay too must sooner or later vanish. Take to life and expression yet by correctly telling our grief we May have less As by communicating our pleasures we have More. The business and usual cares of life should be vigorously sought for they summon us away from much useless grief and Call us to the exercise of the common Virtues of Thrift and usefulness from which grief has called us for grief weakens More than the most strenuous useful Effort. He grieves More than necessary who grieves before or after it is necessary. Grief is a species of idleness and decay a canker that preys on the Rosy Bloom of youth and Beauty dries up More of the already poverty sapped of the aged who indulge it. Quot some grief shows much of love but much of grief shows still some want of much of grief is sordid selfishness to fill a material desire to soothe a material vacuum. Whoever heard of robbers stealing or people quarrelling or grieving about the educational or spiritual things of life. They grow vicious Only about material differences for the support of these things and the material self pity grief is More a matter of the material than of the spiritual or intellectual. Why go to the Graves of the lost ones they Are not there their clothes and the body a Mere combination of physical elements is now in decomposition. Is not the spirit and mind More in continued on Page 5 a very pleasant Surprise was Given or. And mrs. Jerry Cole at their Home in the pleasant View neighbourhood Friday night Jan. 2sth. The affair was just a Little Farewell to them As they Are leaving the neighbourhood and will make their future Home in Williamsport. At the hour of 7 o clock just one Hundred and two Quot a. ladies Aid members friends and neighbors arrived with baskets of fruit salad and cake there being Twenty two cakes in All. The evening was spent in social conversation music and cards for married people and party games for the Young. Or. And mrs. Cole regret very much leaving their old friends and they say Quot a better Community could not be those present were or. And mrs. Arnet Byers and family or. And mrs. Joe Followell or. And mrs. Grant Rice or. And mrs. Van Armstrong or. And mrs. John Hurley or. And mrs. Clair Day or. And mrs. Philip High and Little son or. And mrs. Elmer Etchison and daughters or. And mrs. De. Evans and family or. And mrs. Frank Followell and son or. And mrs. D. A. Haupt and son or. And mrs. A. A. Evans or. And mrs. D. W. Scudder of Danville 111. Or. And mrs. Henry Worley and family or. And mrs. We. Hurley and family or. And mrs. A. E. Heck and family or. And mrs. Cecil Day and daughter or. And mrs. John Haptonstall and family or. And mrs. Harley Cole and family or. And mrs. Omer Cole or. And mrs. Lester Day and son or. And mrs. Zara Pence and family mrs. Mary Brooks and sons Horace Day and daughter Lindsey Odle and draught of miss Esther Butler miss Edith Lane Zoe Tharp Nettie Bacchari Joe Pugh Fred Graham Leonard Alkire Henry Pollom and George and Frank Ford. All departed at the Midnight hour wishing or. And mrs. Cole happiness in the r future of them. The Liberty township Farmers association will have its regular monthly meeting on february .9th, at 7 30 o clock in the evening in the Carbondale Church. Besides the regular business that will come before the association the following special program has been arranged Quot growing Clover Quot Walter Hogan discussion,.--------ed. S. Hobart crop rotation a. H. Madaus discussion Joe Clin Quot making the Best use of our crops Quot James Bootel discussion Albert Carlson several musical numbers will be Given by Delia Cline and Leota Booth. The program will be of interest to All and every one is invited to come. The aim of the Liberty township Farmers association is to be of some service to every one in the township. G. Frank Beason chairman Jas. Fetterling secy treas. Ask fire tonight scientists Tell us that the Aurora boreal is is a once in a lifetime occurrence. And few have really seen this phenomenon in the heavens. Quot sky fire Quot which will be seen at the Odle theatre tonight portrays the Aurora boreal is on the screen in All its natural Beauty and colors. This photoplay is the latest release starring Neal Hart Quot America s pal Quot and is adapted from the mythical legends of the clip pea indians who believed their Fate Hung upon the spirit of the Northern lights a. Big powerful drama of the Canadian Northwest at 15 and 25c admission. Widow elected to husband s Senate seat at a special senatorial election held tuesday january 25th, mrs. J. Parks Worley of Bluff cite Tennessee. Formerly Anna Lee keys of Boswell was elected state senator for her District. Her husband j. Parks Worley who died january 6, 1921, had been a member of the Tennessee state legislature for the past fifteen years having held membership in the lower House nine years and for the past six years having been a member of the Senate. Mrs Worley was a Boswell girl daughter of mrs. Sarah keys and sister of Ray keys of Attica and mrs. C. A Foster of Boswell. The army wants men from 18 to 35 years of age. A one to three years enlistment. Fourth division at Gamp Lewis Wash. Seventh division at Camp Meade my. Eighth and Isth Field artillery at hawaiian islands. Are now open for three years enlistment. For further information see Sergt. James g. Pemberton recruiting station Williamsport ind. Ii

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