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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana I a $1.50 per year and Worth lore leading paper of Warren co no Yakw series vol. 7, no. 20 Williaj sport Indiana thursday february 24, 1921 j. H. Stephenson editor angst Reid buys Pom ii Arch Banville Man plans to make famous Beauty spot summer resort. A he new Secile tary of the quot half a Sam Longst Etli of Danville has pure leased 62 acres of land in pour Tain county. Ind., on which is located the Portland Arch and will j shortly Start improvements quot with the intention of making the place a summer resort. Or. Longstreth will build a Bunga a Low for himself and family and spend the summer on the place. A number of cottages will be erected a dam installed in Bear Creek which will afford boating and bathing and other improvements made As rapidly As possible. Portland Arch for Many years has neen known far and wide As one of nature s Beauty spots in Western in Diana. Bear Creek at some Early period Cut its Way through the Rock and left a natural Bridge overhead j the place is eight Miles Southwest of Attica and six Miles North of Covington. The quot Dolly Varden quot Railroad passes close by and the land extends to the River on the West. It is easily reached by Good roads and a Ery summer hundreds of motorists visit the place to View the Beautiful scenery. Or. Longstreth bought the place of Franklin Watts who inherited it trom his father. Joel Watts a descendant of John Paul Jones of revolutionary Fame. The land has been in the Watts family for Many years and some Effort to attract tourists has been made in the past but no cottages have Ever been built. The property will be turned Over to or. Longstreth March 1 and the work of improvement started immediately. Or. Longstreth will still retain his business interests in Dan vile. Quot Charles e. Hughes designated by president elect Harding Asl Sec re tary of state in the Cabnet of the new administration has been Long in Public life. He was born in Glens palls n. A. Fifty eight years ago. He received a University training and practice Law in new York from 1884 to 1900. He conducted the insurance investigation in the new York legislature in 1905 and 1906. He served As governor of new York 1907-08 and 1909-10, and was associate Justice of the United states supreme court from 1910 to 1916. He resigned n 1916 to accept the Republican nomination for president. Following the election he resumed the practice of Law in new York. He conducted the government aircraft investigation in 1918. New measure on Ivy a stages. Hoover Livengood nuptials held ten Days Public notice of intent 10 wed would be required before a a Tirri age License May be issued in Indiana under a Bill introduced in the state legislature last week by Del Jlane and Julia d. Or Ison. The authors said r in measure was intended to Eird Elope a hits and divorces. All facts concerning the parties til a proposed Union now required he set Forth under Tjie present la a would be posted for 2 unc be tii us in the corridors of the court i ise. would be issued in tie Lime county of the Bride. Any person desiring to Challenge the right of parties to enter Wedlock have the privilege of filing a petition giving his i reasons with the probate court or court having probate jurisdiction. Parties thus challenged would be Given the right to the reason and produce evidence in sup Poi t of denial. Pine 01 not less than $25 nor More than si00 is provided As a penalty for is nuance of a License in any manner than that prescribed under the Bill. Purdue loses $880 on Lamb feeding two Hundred and Twenty head of Westein lambs fed by the Purdue University agricultural Experiment station in a feeding trial were marketed recently at a loss of More than s4 per head. This loss was due to the rapid decline in Market prices of lambs which dropped steadily during the feeding season. The lambs were bought on the the lambs were bought on the Chicago Market in october for $12.25 per Hundred weight and were sold on the same Market in february for ?10. The total receipts for the Imbs were slightly less than the original Cost which Means that All p eed labor interest freight and other items of Cost in handling lambs not crediting manure were . Animal husbandry men at Purdue pointed out that the results were Sii Nilar to those obtained by Farmers Over the state generally. All Money on their operations because of i Arket fluctuations. If in t enough ngw.= in the paper to suit Vou Send in some. We want All the news we can get. At a very simple but pretty wedding ceremony performed by Rev. W. L. Baxter of the first m. E. Church at the Home of the Bride s parents miss Crystabel Agnes liven Good and Clarence Nelson Hoover were United in marriage saturday evening at 9 o clock. The Home was attractively decorated with red carnations and ferns and Twenty five guests All immediate relatives of the Young couple witnessed the ceremony. The Bride who is the charming daughter of or. And mrs. E. C. Livengood jr., of this City was become ugly costumed in a dark Blue travelling suit with a Corsage bouquet of Pink Rose buds. The couple were unattended. Following the ceremony Dainty refreshments Wei e served Buffet style and while the wedding guests were thus busily engaged the newly married couple were taken by or. And mrs. Joe Verkuyl to Grangeville where their attractive new Bungalow awaited them. I irs. Hoover who has made her Home in Hanford for the past eight years is a graduate of the Hanford High school having been one of the leading members of the class of 1.917. She has taken an Active part in the younger social set where her musical ability coupled with her pleasing personality made her much sought after. The Groom is the son of Andrew Hoover a highly respected Farmer of the i Angeville Section and is associated with his father in farming. He is an sex service Man having served in prance with the a. B. F. He is a Young Man of exemplary habits and has a Host of friends. The Little Bungalow which he has built for his Bride is one of the Coz Iest and quot most completely furnished Homes in that prosperous Section. Many Beautiful wedding gifts were received. Or. And mrs. E. C. Livengood sr., entertained at a dinner on sunday afternoon complimentary to the Bride and Calif Sentinel february 14. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. De. Livengood jr., who formerly lived in this City and has a Large number of friends Here who wish her a Happy and prosperous married life. Shuey Cook with our unqualified Seal of approval we wish to personally commend the stupendous drama quot half a Chance quot for your attention. It features Mahlon Hamilton Star of quot earthbound quot and Lillian Rich. It is adapted from the celebrated novel by Frederic s. Isham. For sheer action tremendous heart Appeal and thrilling scenes no production not even quot the spoilers or quot the Barrier quot has Ever equated quot half a it sweeps with the surge of Niagara from the prize ring to a Steamer s Stoke Hole to a sensational Shipwreck and wonder scenes on a desert Island. Back it flashes to High society and underworld life. It mirrors the soul of a Man s Many a woman s hero. Buffeted by the Law lashed by Fate shipwrecked with everything against him except a faithful dog an Accident turned his half a Chance into a whole one and he took it. Each Climax is like a Bolt of lightning vivid and surprising. Each clash of mind or body is a tense Battle packed with enthralling interest. And the Romance is As alluring As Lavender and old -.rose. Rare enter duct on one to lift and exalt you. See it at the Odle theatre next thursday March 3�?one Day Only. It will keep you talking about it for months. Boswell loses contest. Gonna be by any Mother Hubbards soon Midnight fire in Euseb Section thi Attica hotel found ablaze by the proprietor Thomas Blessi Nii. Cigarette Laws of Indiana quot the girl in no. 29. Oxford ind., feb. defeat of the Boswell commercials basketball team by the Brook independents 29 to 2 6, was the feature of the first round of games in the Western Indiana Independent basketball tournament which started Here this afternoon at 1 o clock. The commercials were favourites to win the tourney and their defeat was so unexpected As to Mark in one of the big upsets of the season. The Boswell manager evidently underestimated the strength of the Brook five starting his second team in the game. Brook began to mount a Large score almost at once and after ten minutes of playing the Boswell first team entered the contest. Their entry was too late to be effective however and the score at the end of the first half stood 24 to in in favor of Brook. The commercials made a desperate Effort to overcome the Lead of their opponents in the second half and at one Point came within one Point of tying the score. I is before the game ended Brook secured the winning Lead and held it until the contest closed. Hoosier sex judge Dies. Evansville. Ind., feb. 18.�?jucge Fred m. Hostetter ,56 years old who retired from the Bench of the Van Dei Burg Superior court january 1, 1919, died at the Home of his daughter i s. Hector Mcclain in Chicago last night. He had been ill for about a year and a half and prior to his removal from Evansville to Chicago spent several months in the deaconess Hospital at Indianapolis. Judge Hostetter s death resulted from neuralgia of the heart. He was removed to Chicago at thanksgiving time. The funeral will be held sunday at Salem ind., the judge s old Home. Judge Hostetter practice Law Here for Many years and served two terms on the Superior court Bench Here. He was elected judge on the democratic ticket in 1910 and served until after he was Defeated by his old Friend and Legal Tutor. Judge Robert j. Tracewell in november 1918. Attica team loses to Veedersburg the marriage of mrs. Ida. Shuey and Charles w. Cook both of this place was performed saturday afternoon by t. H. Bridges Justice of the peace in Lafayette. They have Many friends Here who wish them a Happy married review rep Alcan at fl.50. Attica ind., feb. 19.�?after holding the Lead Over Veedersburg until the final four minutes of play when Mcdermond went out of the game on personal fouls Attica s quintet went to pieces and Veedersburg won out 16 to 14. The first half was slow and neither team was Able to get going and this period was defensive play All the Way through. Attica led at the end of the ii st half 6 to 3, and cot tinted in the Lead until the last minute of play when Veedersburg started on the offensive and crushed the Attica defense. Hersh Berger starred for the Veedersburg team both in scoring and on the floor while Grogan did the Best work for the Attica five. Haas entered the game in the final period showing lots of Speed and his work netted two baskets for Veedersburg. Published by request Section 1. Be it enacted by the general Assembly of the state of Indiana that it shall be unlawful for any person under the full age of Twenty one years by himself or through any other person or by any Means directly or indirectly to buy receive or accept for his own use or the use of any other person whatsoever or to keep or own or to have in his Possession or to sell either Asj principal or agent or to use any cigarette cigarette paper cigarette wrappers or any other paper or wrapper containing morphine nicotine Oil of hemp or any deleterious or poisonous ingredient or substance or intended suited made or Prepa de for the purpose of being filled with tobacco for smoking or any substitute for such cigarette paper cigarette wrapper or any other such paper. Section 2. That it shall be unlawful for any person under the full age of Wenty one years to misrepresent his or her age and state that he or she in Over the age of Twenty one years in order to Purchase procure use yell or otherwise dispose of any cigarette or other article mentioned in Section 1 of this act. Section 2. Any person who shall be convicted of violating any of the provisions of this act shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one Hundred 100 dollars or imprisonment in the county jail for a period not exceeding three 3 months or punishment by both such fines and imprisonment provided that none of the provisions of this act shall be held to repeal any Law against sell i ing cigarettes or other injurious articles to minors and provided further that this act shall be taken As supplemental to and not As superseding quot an act defining delinquency in children and providing for the punishment of any person responsible for or in any Way contributing Toj the delinquency or other offence a of any child quot approved March 6, 1905. Screen plays Are classed usually As dramas comedies and melodramas Cut the management at the Odle theatre promises a blend of All three in quot the girl in number 29," a Universal production starring Frank Mayo which is to be shown saturday. Frank Mayo who will be Remeau Breed As the Star of quot the brute breaker quot quot Lasca quot and quot a peddle of lies quot appears in this Story As Jaurie Devon a Young Man of wealth who has collaborated with a Friend Rodney Bangs in the writing of a play. When it proves a Success he is satisfied to rest on his laurels. His Friend More ambitious vainly attempts to interest him in the writing of other stage stories. Rodney finally enlists the services of Devon s sister and together they plan to put a thrill into Laurie s life. One morning Laurie sees in his Mirror the reflection of a Young girl. She is holding a pistol to her head apparently Bent on suicide. Devon rushes to the adjacent building takes Possession of the weapon and offers to Aid the girl. She intimates that she is pursued by an enemy who is driving her to self destruction. Then Laurie finds himself in the midst of a maelstrom of exciting adventures. Just when the entire Story threatens to become a tragedy a curious turn of affairs transforms it into a delightful comedy. Elizabeth Jordan s novel quot the girl in the Mirror quot is the basis for this photoplay which was directed by Jack Ford. In it Frank Mayo is supported by Claire Anderson Elinor fair Harry Hilliard Robert bolder Arthur Hoyt Ray Ripley and Bull Montana. In addition to the above picture we will show a two reel Christie comedy entitled quot wedding blues quot and also a one reel Star comedy. Shortly before Midnight thursday Thomas Blessing proprietor of the Attica hotel was awakened by the smell of smoke in his hostelry and immediately started on an investigating tour winding up in the Furnace room ,.-Here he found the ceiling ablaze. Or. Blessing immediately turned in a fire alarm to which the fire laddies responded in Good time considering that most of them were in bed asleep. The firemen did first class work on the fire confining the flames to the basement. It required the services of three streams of water to drown the flames. If the fire had a of been discovered when it was it would have been a disastrous Blaze As not Only would the Laige hotel building been consumed but the close proximity of other buildings would have endangered an immense amount of property. I there were nine roomers in the hotel at the time and while a few of the i were greatly excited by the smoke coming into their rooms everybody reached the Street in safety. To what extent the building is damaged or. Blessing could not make an estimate at this time. Considerable property was damaged in the Sample room one travelling Man suffering an almost total loss to a line of shoe samples which were damaged by water. Workmen were in mediately put to work Clearing out the Furnace room of mud and water a new fire was kindled in the Furnace and business at the hotel was resumed again in the Ledger. Woman s party reorganized. 12,000 farm record books put out by Purdue More than 12,000 farm record books have been distributed to Indiana Banks by the farm management department of Purdue University since january 1. These record bocks Are approved by the u. S. Bureau of internal Revenue for use in keeping records for the income tax. The Book is arranged so that the summary Page in the Back May be filled in and will be accepted by the internal Revenue Bureau As a substitute for the Faim schedule form 1040 of thus greatly simplifying the making of income tax returns. The Book is also conveniently arranged for studying the farm business. Many of the Banks Are distributing this sort of Book. It May be Obr trained from the University for 15 cents and will answer the purpose As Well for any farm in Indiana As other books some of which Are Selling for several dollars. C. L. Steinbaugh amp sons who have conducted a clothing store in Attica the past seven years closed their doors last week having sold their Stock of goods to a Terre haute concern. The Steinbaugh will devote their time to Oil Wells they have in Kentucky. The review Republican $1.50. Washington feb. political life of the National woman s party passed away today. A new organization bearing the name and colors of the old was born tonight. The new organization its Leader s said will function with the Energy of the old the Only difference being in its objective which was described As the quot removal of the Legal disabilities of women quot of America. Spirited discussions marked the transformation from the old to the new each step being subject to Many speeches and careful analysis of the convention leaders. The leaders were determined that the machinery created eight years ago to work for the enfranchisement of women should not pass into control of Radical or Militarist hands. Population Center moves. The Center of population As disclosed by the 1920 census is located in the extreme South East Corner of Owen county Indiana South East of the town of Spencer. During the last decade the Center of population continued to move Westward advancing 9.s Miles in that direction and about one fifth of a mile North from Bloomington ind., where it. Was located by the census of 1910. The Bureau attributed the Westward movement in the last decade quot principally to the increase of More than 1,000,000 in the population of the state of death of mrs. Lizzie Allen. Word was received Here this Mora ing of the death of mrs. Lizzie Poole Allen who passed away thursday night at her Home in corsicana.tex., after a Short illness of pneumonia. Her Nephew. Wither Allen of Wheeling w. Va., was with her the time of her death and thursday notified his brother James d. Allen and sister mrs. Rae Perkins of this City of her serous illness. Mrs. Allen is the last of the family of Joseph Poole which Vas one of the most prominent and widely known families in this Vicinity years ago mrs. Allen is the last of three Sisters called by death in less than a year. Miss Lou Peele died last Spring and mrs. Julia Allen in the summer. Mrs. Rae Perkins and Lames d. Allen will leave saturday for Corsi Cana to attend the daily Tribune. Why you should advertise. No Man Ever became Strong through fasting. No store Ever increased its sales by suspending advertising. Advertising is like food. It makes a business grow. And newspaper advertising is the roast beef of advertising mediums. What about your store s advertising menu More advertising quot food quot will make your business healthier and More his Job Mace Parks Deputy sheriff of wednesday night of last week picked up a stray negro at the Wabash depot put him in jail to be sure he would not disturb the slumbers of any of our citizens and the next morning after sending a Telegram to Kentucky in regard to whether he the negro was o. K., turned the coloured Wenneman Loose and made him take a trustees. The creditors of James Werner met at the Law office of Victor h. Ringer on thursday of last week and appointed John Moliere As trustee. Also the creditors of Abe Cole met on thee same Day at the Law office of Mehaffey amp Haupt it pointed James Keister As the review rep ii can. /

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