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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana The review Republican a a notice to taxpayers of a lie a option of rules 23 and �4 adopted january 19211 by the state of Ludiana concerning the assessment of property tor the taxpayers of the entire state of Indi Ajia arg hereby notified that the state Boud of tax commissioners has adopted the a our my Kules Mike 23. Under its Power to prescribe and promulgate al forms of books schedules Blanks notices and All other papers of in in Lul y carrying out the purpose of the tax Law the state Board of tax coi missioners l january loth 1921, did adopt necessary to is to be used for the assessing of property in the state of Indiana such form being numbered from one to thirty five Botn Mcl Sive. Individuals firms Partl ships unincorporated companies and foreign corporations engaged in manufacturing merchandising or brokerage business m the Tate Indiana shall be and Are required to answer the questions and give the ii formation asked for in quot form no. 3-1921,and All Domestic corporations a provided in Section 107 and 108 of the tax Law shall be and Are required to answer the questions and give the a formation asked Foi in quot form no 2-1921". All taxpayers shall be and a re required to answer the interrogatories set out in quot form no. 1-1921", known As the personal property schedule and give such other information concerning the value of property As Nav be required of them. Any failure on the part of a tar pay a to give the information requested shall be considered a refusal to give information to the assessing of flyer and the assessing officer is authorized to assess such taxpayer such amount of personal As he May deem just. That a Rule is similar in effect to Rule 10 adopted Lor the year 1920. Rule 24 under its Power to order a re assessment of real estate m and taxing unit or units or of any individual owning real estate the state Board of tax commissioners will receive applications from taxpayers for a re assessment of real estate at any time prior to the first Day of 4pril. An application for re assessment shall contain 1 the description of the property. 2 the name of the wherein it is located 3 the assessed value 4 the True Cash value of same on March 1st of the current year 5 waiver of the notice required by the provisions of Section 152 of quot an act concerning taxation approved March 11, 1919, and 6 the approval of the county assessor county auditor and county treasurer or any two of these officers of the county wherein such real estate is located. On receiving such application duly verified if approved by the Board the Board Wil order a re assessment of the real estate to be made by the pro ser local assessing officer. Such officer shall assess the said real estate and notify the owner of the amount of the assess men made and such . If he is not satisfied May appear before the county Board of review at quot its regular session in june and make such objection As he May deem necessary. If not satisfied with the action of the county Board of review he May quot Appeal to the state Board of tax commissioners As provided in Section 1s9 of the tax Law. Any taxpayer desiring a re appraisement of any real estate where the assessed value of such real estate is less than its full True Cash value a a i file an an Licarion similar to that herein provided without a waiver of notice not later than March 21st. If approved by the Board notice shall thereafter be Given and proceedings had As provided in said Section 152 of an act concerning taxation approved March 11, 1919." the state Board of tax commissioners will also receive recommendations of the three county officers herein mentioned or any two of them without the joining of any taxpayer in such recommendation when it is shown by such officers that a re assessment is necessary in order to maintain an equitable and just valuation but such recommendation shall be Nade not later than March 21st, and if approved by the Board proceedings thereafter shall be had As provided in Section 1.52. The state Board of tax commissioners reserves the right on its own initiative to order a re assessment of and real estate As provided in said Section 152. Taxpayers Are required to take notice of these rules and govern them Selv is accordingly. This Rule is similar in effect to Rule 22 adopted for the year 1920. In whereof we have Hereunto set our hand this 20th january 1921. State Board of tax commissioners. Attest chairman. We. C. Harrison Secretary of the Board. Blanks will be furnished at the county assessor s office. The circuit court the docket for this term is rather Light and contains no important cases. Wolcott loses to Otterbein quintet Attica wins from Ambia 13 to 11 Attica ind., feb. 12.__the Attica i High school Basket Ball team defeat i de Ambia h Ere last night in a fast i and exciting game�?13 to 11. Close guarding was the feature of the contest and tended to keep the score of both teams Down. Ambia led at the end of the first half. 4 to 1, but the locals came Back Strong in the second period. Morgan starred for Ambia while Grogan and Nixon played Best for Attica. America s richest Man Bowood cigarettes for Loc from one sack of genuine John d. Rockefeller is America s richest Man and mrs. Edward h. Har Riman widow of the late i Ai Road King is the wealthiest woman according to income tax statistics just published by the internal Revenue Bureau in Washington. It is estimated that John d. Rockefeller has accumulated $1,500,000,-000 during his lifetime and that in 1918 his total wealth was Between 88,000.000 and 81,000,000.000 and is now not much less. Mrs. Harriman it is said paid taxes on an income of from $4,000,-000 to $5.000,000 in 1918. The government of course gives no names of persons paying income , but it is easy to deduce from the report who Many of them Are. I Gotts it with tobacco mrs. Ruth Gott and Edward Snaith both of Williamsport were United in marriage at the methodist parsonage saturday evening Zebrum 12, 1921. By the Rev. John e. Mccloud. A a a a t afraid of glasses 1 Many people who suffer from eyestrain put off having their eyes examined because they fear they will have to Wear glasses. If you Are doing this just remember that a contest with nature or old age is hopeless. The Only Vise thing to do is to submit gracefully. Defective sight is insidious because it never leaves you it is always there always limiting your ability and injuring your work. There Are thousands today who Are being kept out of their rightful sphere by bad vision. Their natural ability is seriously handicapped until the defect is remedied by Means of properly fitted glasses. If your sight is defective if you Are in doubt have your eyes examined without further delay and learn their True condition a. M. Michael consulting optometrist every tuesday in state Bank bldg. Other Days by appointment. Tel. 142, the Warren circuit court convened last monday morning with judge Berry occupying the judicial chair. The Day was Given Over to the setting of the various cases for trial. The trial of cases began on tuesday. The docket for this term is rather Light and contains no cases that will create an amount of interest. There Are Only fifteen state cases to be tried among which Are three for forgery one for bootlegging one for receiving liquor and the rest for burglary Etc. There Are eighty five civil causes and seven claim cases. Cases set for trial the following cases were set for trial monday for the dates Given below state of Indiana is. Benjamin e. Abolt bootlegging. Tried tuesday and found guilty and fined .?100 and costs. State of Indiana is. W. J. Malady receiving liquor. Tried tuesday found guilty and fined $50 and costs. Lucy silvers is. Joseph r. Albright debt. Set aside. Nora Dashler it al. Is. John Stephens contest of will. Set for trial feb. 21. Delia m. Pence admx., is. Delia m. Pence it al petition to sell real estate. Set for trial feb. 28. The Bank of Pence is. Hazel Powers complaint to set aside fraudulent conveyance. Set for trial March 3 Charles Farmer it al. e. Farmer partition. No Sale. Charles b. Hartlep is. Frank r. Pence it al. Attachment. Dismissed. Everette a. Smith it al. Is. Otis Downey it al. Foreclose Lien. Dismissed. George r. Keister is. Otis Downey it al. Debt. Dismissed. Robert l. Bush is. Otis Downey it al. Debt. Dismissed. Leroy Brier is. Otis Downey it al Dei t. Dismissed. Dallas m. Yeoman it al is. Otis Downey it al. Complaint to foreclose. Dismissed. James d. Martin it al. Is. Otis Downey it al. Complaint to foreclose. Dismissed. Homei e. Dalby is. The town of state line City. Set or trial March-7. First National Bank of Hume 111., is. Marion gouty debt. Set for trial March 9. John Pugh is. John h. Crawford petition to remove trustee. Dismissed. William h. Evans is. Lewis Bush debt. Set for trial the second monday. Margaret m. Stearns it al is. Kit tie j. Mckinnis it al. A it in. Ruled to answer on the third monday. John f. Judy is. James Kirts debt. Ruled to answer on the second monday. Henry Muehlhausen jr., is. Otis r. Ermey debt. Dismissed. Lewis a. Hess and Warren county Bank is. William Hess adm. Petition to remove administrator. Set for trial the third monday. Charles e. Mccabe trustee is. Anna Mccandless partition. Set for trial March 14. Mary a. Cook is. Edward o. Larch and Cyrus Evans debt and foreclosure. Set for trial on second monday. Herman Moore is. James towels it al debt. Set for trial on second monday. Danville Auburn Auto co. Is. Harry Ferguson debt. Dismissed. Lemuel Shipman is. Bower mfg. Co. Debt. Set for trial feb. 28. Otterbein ind., feb. 12.�?the Otterbein High school Basket Ball team Defeated Wolcott Here tonight�?17 to 8. Otterbein took the Lead at the Start of the game leading at the end of the first half 10 to 7. The visitors were clearly outclassed during the second period of play being Able to secure but one free throw. Stevenson starred for the winners scor singing a Field goal and three foul goals while Ward scored three times from the floor for the locals. Humphreys played Best for Wolcott scoring Alt the Points for the visiting team. Stockholders meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the citizen state Bank of tab will be held at 2 p. M. Wednesday february 23, 1921, at the Bank at which time there will be an election of officers and other business of importance will be transacted. We. H. Eberhardt. Cd id with for colds coughs and la Grippe neglected colds Are dangerous take no chances. Keep this Standard remedy Handy for the first sneeze. Breaks up a coid in 24 hours a relieves Grippe in 3 Days excellent for headache quinine in that. Form doas net affect the head Cascara is Best tonic laxative a no c plate in Hill s. All druggists sell it card of thanks helped us in carrying our Burden when the Load seemed crushing in to our relatives neighbors and i Jwj Joe who doth All friends who so kindly helped us in i our sorrow we extend our sincerest thanks. We cannot express to you j always in words our appreciation of your thoughtful assistance but it has things Well bless you and keep you mrs. Lillie Thomas and Hazel. Frank Crumpton dead. Or. Frank Crumpton a former highly respected citizen of this place died tuesday morning at his Home in Lafayette from a complication of diseases. Or. Crumpton was born just North of this City and spent All his life in to is neighbourhood until about two years ago when he moved to Lafayette. He was 58 years 6 months and 10 Days of age and his quiet unassuming ways had made lasting friends of All who knew him. The body was brought to this City today where the funeral services will be held this thursday afternoon at the m. E. Church at 2 p. M. Interment will be made in the Highland cemetery. A he leaves to mourn his loss a wife and one son , besides other relatives and friends. He was an honoured member of the Wood a Nian of the world Sal Only s More Days remain make your selections during this Sale and we will hold your purchases for delivery later without extra charge the list below will give one an idea of the great saving these february Sale prices bring to you. There is nothing reserved. A. Full size Vernis Martin bed continuous Post. 2. $40 All brass Beds full size. 3. 45 Pound All Felt mattress. 4. All steel fabric bed Springs. 5. All steel sanitary cots. $11.75 $27.50 $1l00 $ 5.00 $ 7.50 $209 4.picee bed room suites at $105.00 7. $22.50 solid Golden Oak Chiff Onier february Sale Price. 8. $27.50 solid Golden Oak Dresser with French plate Mirror february Sale Price. 9. $24.75 american Golden Oak Beds february Sale Price. 10. $26.75 american quartered Golden Oak Chiff Onier French plate Mirror february Sale Price. La $30 american quartered Golden Oak Dresser with French plate Mirror february Sale Price. $12.75 $16.50 $12.50 $14.50 $18.75rugs at tremendous reductions every Rug in our entire Stock included $55 tapestry rugs 9x12.132.50 $67.50 Axminster rugs 9x12.$42.50 $65.00 seamless velvet rugs 9x12. .$42.50 $128.50 seamless Royal Wilton rugs 9x12.$92.50 $145.00 Bundar Royal Wilton pigs 9x12.$119.50 $15.00 grass rugs 9x12. .$7.50 $9,00 japanese matting rugs 9x12.$4.95 $10.00 velvet rugs 36x72 size. .$6.00 $14.75 Bundar Wilton rugs.$10.00come this week Sandusky furniture store 37-39 var Muon st. Danville Illinois 4 a a

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