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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - January 6, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana A tire the devoted to the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. New series of. 11.Williamsport, War Reif cow by i or Diana thursday taxi Ary quot a 1910. Is umber 13 Coal Miner 18 a m a Oil new mini clerk. William Cowgill assumed his new duties saturday. January 1. 1916. Celebrated Christmas. It is reported by driving his wife and children from their Home with a stove poker neighbors went to the Rescue of the family and King escaped. After serving As sheriff of Warren county for two terms William Cowgill aspired to the office of county clerk announced himself and went in to win in the face of Strong opposition consisting of three opposing candidates. Will i Nail Bert Statzell and Frank Og-1 born All Good rep bucans who of course made every honorable Effort i possible to win the nomination. Or. Hemy King a Coal Miner in the wrong. In the meantime Keg got j Cov Gill was also determined to win employ of the Carlson Brothers at hold of his shot gun and it is said backed by his clean official the Carlson Coal mines Northeast of threatened to shoot any one who in-1 record As sheriff and his wide a town along the Banks of Pine traded or dared to try to enter his j Quaintance Over the county he be Creek sometimes gets peeved and Home. Wilham Cockrell who is a lie de could win out and he did starts a rough House and it is said i fellow Coal Miner a big husky Fel As a fight to the finish and sometimes drives his wife and six i Low who knows no fear entered opponents were not at All Lei Eicem cd Ira Cis for roads in Steuben. Warien Medina and Prairie townships monday i bit will close Friday at noon last monday s meeting of the. Board of county commissioners was of particular interest to the taxpayers of Warren county for bids were received for the contract of eight new gravel roads As follows Peter Roderick gravel Road in Steuben township bids ranging from $5,995.00 to 5,468.00, which latter bid was that of e. E. Mckee amp co., of Hillsboro tnd., to whom the commissioners awarded the contract. On the b. F. Potter Road in Steuben township bids ranging from $9,500.-00 to $8,114.00. This Road was also awarded to e. E. Mckee amp co. On children from their Home. The last time he started a rough King s Home in threats knocked the face of his him Down and opponents were ashamed of the is 1 f ving they made in the race against him after the re no More Corn will be received after this Date and on saturday Forenoon Jan. 8, 1916, the ribbons will be tied on and in the afternoon at 1 30 prof. Harper will speak to the Farmers White Corn 1st Best 10 ears.$5 in Gold 2nd Best 10 ears$3 House was last Christmas eve when i took the gun away from him an convention had made it is reported that with a stove poker he drove his family out of the House into the cold and storm and As a result is now confined in the county jail awaiting trial. The Story As reported to this paper by his own son and Warren Cockrell also a Coal Miner is to the of made him Promise to be Good. This i Jim Yuji seemed to Settle the matter for a i time but the and children were afraid to go Back Home. King was left alone to Brood Over his actions saw he had made a grave mis take by beating his wife and by making threats and hastily defect that King has lived in the Vicin j parted but was arrested on wednes a ity of tie Coal mines at Odd times j Day evening of last a Eek in cham-1 for about 20 years and that he has i Kersburg a Little Village South of a mean disposition and is Cross with Veedersburg. Sheriff Mcferren of his family no matter whether he is j this county was notified of his Cap under die influence of liquor or not. J ture and arrest and on last Friday on Tabt Christmas eve it is re-1 evening went after King and ported that King went Home from brought him Back to Warren county his Day s work and that he was and placed him in jail seized by one of these bad tempered i on monday morning prosecutor spells and grabbing the poker struck Mehaffey took King from the Jai his wife in the face inflicting a be i and arraigned him before Justice t. Vere and ugly wound and then in a. Turn drove them from the House the evidence As they tied to the nearest neighbor develop de at this hearing was Suffi and reported the condition of of King being fairs As they a their Home and Wiiliam Cockreil went to the i in order not to conflict with the i the previous arrangements made by the Wabash poultry association which is now holding their annual 3rd Best 10 ears$2 show in the Luppold opera House i 4th Best 10 ears. .2 yrs. Subscription the lecture to be Given for the re i yellow Corn the Yanhorn Road in Pine township i View Republican Corn exhibit will it Best 10 ears. $5 in Gold bids ranged from $9,172.00 to $8,- a quoth our 2 Jug. 33 394 00 court House by prof. Sad Best 10 ears. A a $2 on the o. B. Johnson Road in University. 4th Best 10 ears. .2 yrs. Subscription Prairie township bids ranged from f Corn judge vill pay you for the time you Sio 800 00 to 7 00 on the special study a Pant in bringing your Corn to town. Borders Coffelt Road also in Prairie j i it is saturday Jan. 8,1916, and you la township bids ranged from $9,298, j to $7,243.00. These last three roads least doubt but what he win make vant to come to town anyway to do a Good talk and impart some in-1 your week s shopping attend the formation that will be Well Worth poultry show and visit a Little there remembering and put tag into fore you can Combine business with practical use when you Are putting i pleasure and make next saturday a in the coming season s Corn crop. Gort of a Holiday. Men never get too old to learn a j the ribbons tied on the Corn that fact that is attested to Day by Thevilla indicate the awarded More scientific methods of farming re 1st red 2nd White 3rd Blue 4th which is now p Educ my a better yellow and sweepstakes red White contract for the construction of the i to and Blue. By referring to the table the John t. Mckinzie Road in War-1 h s lecture Ove you see just exactly what is Ren township at a Price of $5,949.00. I f store for you so far As the 10-ear i other bids on this Road ranged As i i combination is concerned but As to noon some advanced idea of a sweepstakes or awarding of the practical farming that will be Benefi up on the single ear proposition were awarded to c. W. Knotts of Anderson. Keo Gan Bros of Brazil ind., were awarded the Willett gravel Road in Prairie township at a Price of $12,-587.00. Other bids on this Road were As High $13,000.00. John Haynes was awarded the i High As $7,744.00. The a Ilber Harmon gravel Road in Medina township was awarded to j Campbell amp Hawkins of Brazil i ind., at a Price of $5,647.00. Other cial during the coming year it will that is left open to or. Harper the the february term Home Lolly it Ved by Warren Cockrell the sum of and one or two on cars to quiet the Man Dot in and try and reason wit i. Him show Hini he was doing 1 quot ack to jail quot Bill quot we Call ii irm by this familiar bid on this Road being As High As cle name As he likes i better was Noni $6,3 . To i ii led f oru iii at lie c. A Able interest was Mani-1 of the circuit j fall election of l in i me year was tested in the letting As there were v500. He was i elected by a Large majority Over All fourteen bidders unable to give Bond and was taken Talkad to the a Rong wan. In a Lale edition of the Indianapolis news thursday evening of last week he Veteran a political reporter a. 11. Biodgett had a Story involving our neighbor Hon. Ele stans Bury and As that Issue did not reach Wiki Asport we give the Story which is As follows ele Stansbury of Wiki Asport a correction. West Lebanon ind., 1 december 31, 1915. I editor review i publican Williamsport ind Friend John i note your article in the last Issue of the review re Public a wherein i am credited with the statement that i expect to support Warren Mccray for gov up Josing candid of which he is w after a i veal quot he a a a a record a a Roud. n Little Over it into his new flee saturday 1916, and is now tie cleric of thei i Warren circuit court of Warren i county ind., and the Rev his re publican is of the a opinion that he a ill make a Good one too inasmuch As he has been staying about the office quite a Little during the the Crim tract prices on the eight roads being Over $60,000.00, which was Over $15,000.00 on the of estimated costs january 1, sync of hii Leif is Immiti have paid you big for the time you i Edge to determine How it shall be spent in coming to the Corn exhibit. Awarded. He May decide to select in the morning or. Harper will single ear from the 10-ear Combina devote his time to judging the Corn i Jon or he May use the single ears now on exhibition and awarding the i Jow on exhibition premiums and we expect mat this the terms on which you May enter represented quot and he Corn show Are just the same As Esting to you and if you can you heretofore Viz that you must live should make your arrangements to Warren county and must have under the i present when he scores the Corn a aged the Corn in this county this. And ties on the ribbons. He May year. It makes no difference whether eight roads i Winner of the you Are a subscriber to this paper or a first Premium and if he does the i quot of neither do it matter we her w i you Are a land Holder or not. Don t Money awarded will be equal to a of and after Friday Jan. Day s wages or if you get any of the 7, 191 3, at noon no More entries premiums which Are As follows will be taken. And Harry , the Indianapolis error. Patriot resemble each other greatly the statement is not Correct and in appearance they Are both Good is not what i said to my Friend Ross lookers. Harry is president of the editor of the Attica Ledger in a lit Severin hotel company and is ming-1 tie Chat with him a few Days ago. Ling and greeting. Ele is stopping brother Ross unintentionally got it at Harry s tavern and is also ming j too Strong i think. Ling and greeting. A statesman from i i a by that i did not know just ? the Banks of the Ohio approached at the progressive party was go. Or. Gates. J a a to do in the Way of candidate quot ele quot said the statesman from Theon the progressive ticket this year Ohio River. Quot i was mighty Well pleas-1 and that in Case the progressives t de with that speech of yours the Ujj to have a ticket in the Field that other i Ould think seriously of sup quot glad you liked to quot replied mr., porting or. Mccray As i believe Gates quot did i hit pm about right quot a in to be a straight Forward and quot you certainly did ele. That honest Man and were i to vote for speech made you a lot of votes rep Hcan it would be or. My quot i am glad of that. I suppose i j qty can depend on your support As usual quot quot you surely can. Our boys Are a Ith you and we Are anxious to have you nominated because you Are a Rong Man and we will elect you a Ernest Grey or iii re i on his second term saturday january 1,1916.a i get onto the Workings of the office. Williams foes rite ear iop my. Ernest Grey the present efficient following this he entered into the _ past few weeks and has Learned to treasurer without any com-1 real great Deal about its needs and what motion whatever and without Anyat which he made Good and which j is required of the clerk. Then too hurry or flurry exchanging of keys he continued to follow until he was a Blose Mecono. His office As sheriff which is closely j learning combinations etc., sue sworn m two years ago As county Allied with the office of clerk will be needed himself As county treasurer treasurer of Warren county. I looping. Harry finally fell for the fact that the was mistaken for the candidate who looks like him and confident. To ally remarked to a Friend that he hoped his speech not Long ago about 4 quot deuces wild quot and quot dogs quot and other animals will not be charged up to or. Stansbury. A watch party. Miss Coral Hurd very pleasantly entertained at her Home december 31, the following Helen Schlosser Helen Crawford Lucile Debord Jadye Flint Hazel Cronk messes. Harles Schlosser Clyde Bush John Debord John Flint and Herman a quot lint and or. And . Fred Bodine. A Arious games were played refresh Lents served and All departed at a late hour having spent a most enjoyable evening i Lew Hess and family were Danville 111., visitors last Friday. I am still opinion but that is not saying that i expect to support him. I was a progressive before the Chicago convention. That convention made me stronger in the Faith. The same old workers Are at the Republican Helm and in the offices possibly an exception or so. They Are using the same tactics therefore i see no reason to go Back to the Republican party. What is the use if we gave less attention to party and More to men i think we would get More out of the Money expended on their i Trust the corrected statement will have the same publicity that the one erroneously made. You were right however when you said i am a Good Friend of the review Republican. I am for you if you Are in jail or out of jail. Yours truly Frank j. Goodwine. Of great help to him in taking up his new duties. He will for the present retain Fred Ritenour the efficient and obliging Deputy clerk who has practically had charge of the office for the past three years and who has a full knowledge of All the detailed Workings of the office. Or. Cowgill is a Good citizen kind and obliging courteous to All but firm in a business Way and these Sterling qualities has made for him a Large following of admiring friends that Are Loyal to him at All j times and under All circumstances hence his election by an overwhelm ing majority. Quot Bill quot is not one of j those Fellows a favor or j accommodation but he is the same Bill Cowgill today that he was yester i of Warren county saturday morning january 1, 1916. In looking Over the tax rates of the several towns in Warren and Ernest Grey j j was unable to reach Indianapolis or. Grey has made a Good and cd a u 1 u a Usu iji.1, t or a m in and or. Fairbanks was called by Day or the Day he asked the people efficient officer and so far As can be 1 quot quot to support him at the polls for clerk Learned from any source whats Telephone and went to the meeting a c a 1 1 j,. And spoke instead of or. Hum in fact he is always the same and the Ever there has been no complaint 1 u a u 1 _ j people like him for it. In return he on the part of his friends. When he i when or. Fairbanks made thanks the people Lor their favors Lif i for a i is appearance on the stage there and by his everyday actions tries of de to the position the peo to show them that he appreciates p e had implicit Confidence in his the Republic All they have done for him. In in ability to handle the office m a Busi i for. Tearing upon his new duties. The Ness like manner and that conf of to of review Republican fully believes a a a up her Ved i or. Fairbanks for president he will make a Good clean official. Quoter been betrayed. Go thing connected with the and will turn the office Over to his a the Job late Ana 1 Fig go. A satisfactory and successor with a Clear unspotted Early and while he is kind cautious republicans were greatly pleased record one that his constituents and accommodating he under a not a Republican present had the will be proud of and one that will stands the Law and stays within its slightest doubt of the party s ability be a credit to himself. He is Hon i to carry Indiana next fall. It was est upright and on the Square and founds thereby leaving no Loop-1 Joe re pub he will make for the people to Frame up a Laicans went Home jubilant. It a it Story that he is not doing his whole will make change. Official duty at All times. On and after monday january or. Grey has a Long clean official the Republican love feast at Indian-1 Fountain counties we find that veed Apolis. I Resburg has the highest rate while a heavy Snow All Over the state j Covington is a close second and Pine blockaded Many trains and Interr j Village our sister town to the North ban cars on last thursday and kept i ranks third. Wiki Asport takes thousands of republicans away fourth place with a rate of $4.26, from the love feast but no with which by All Means is High enough standing the conditions of travelling and should if there was any Possi the enormous crowd of enthusiastic ble Means at All be lowered. The republicans assembled with the in j following is the rate of the several thus asm and interest equal to any i towns love feast Ever held in Indiana. The Veedersburg$4.54 speech of Hon. Edwin p. Morrow of i Covington a. 4.32 a Pine Village. 4.28 Wiki Asport. 4.26 Attica. 3.94 West Lebanon. 3.84 state line. 3.80 from a business standpoint of View there is nothing that will keep a town from growing As rapidly As it should As a High rate of taxation when a Man with Money begins to look around for a town in which to Kentucky was Well received. He brought the message that Kentucky republicans would be for or. Fairbanks in the National convention. Congressman Humphreys who miss Nettie Yarbro of Attica was a guest thursday night of . L to Whistler. 10, 1916, i will change my prices As record since he served two terms follows shave�?15 cents hair Cut As county clerk of Wahren county i �?25 cents. I have also employed from 1904 to 1912, and after the sex will Strumpfer who As every one Pira tion of his term of this office he knows is a first class Barber. There was associated with the clerk swill be no other change. Office More or less for about a year it. Cobe Marlatt. Christian Church services. 9 30 a. school. 10 30 a. services. 7 00 p. services. The Public is invited to attend All services. P. T Martin pastor. There Are twelve cases of Small helping his successor John Ritenour pox at Kentland. Buy a Home where he can give his children the advantages of a Good school or a place where he can take life easy he looks up the tax rate and if this rate is sky High he gives the place tie cold shoulder and goes where taxes do not eat up All his accumulations of years gone by. Revival meetings. A series of revival meetings began at the m. E. Church in Pence wednesday evening january 5th. Evang Ehst George b. Jones a very fluent speaker a minister of note is present and is aiding Rev. Geo. B. Kenyon the resident pastor in the meetings. Or. Jones has announced his subjects that he will speak from one week and a half in an Advance and the people who titi is hearing these sermons will we dare say miss hearing some mighty Good and instructive talks. X i Liitt

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