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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - January 27, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana Tny or of. to the interests of Williamsport and Warren county new series yol. , Markek coot to Indiana thursday january 27, 1916. Imber 16 should be nominated. Democrats hold mass convention. Select precinct commit men and name candidates for the several offices. Our new City councilman. Daniel Tague was appointed to fill out i. N. Statzell s unexpired term. Lafayette journal of Jan. 19, 1916, editorially says quot Hon. Ele Stansbury. Of Williamsport is a candidate for the nomination for attorney general of Indiana. He is making a vigorous Campaign and should receive the nomination he is seeking. Four years ago he accepted the nomination when it was conceded on every hand that there was no Chance of winning. He gave freely of his time and made speeches in behalf of the party All Over the state know ing that there was no possibility of the ticket being elected under the conditions which then existed. Quot this year the conditions Are reversed and the Outlook for a Republican Victory is exceptionally Bright and when the state convention assembles it will add strength to the ticket if the name of ele Stansbury is placed thereon. Or. Stansbury has a wide acquaintance Over the state he is Well qualified to fill the office he is seeking and has Ever been a Loyal and enthusiastic supporter of Republican doctrines and Republican candidates. Quot his nomination would add strength to the ticket because of the fact that the tenth District is famous for its support of its candidates and in the Case of or. Stansbury this loyalty would find continued enthusiastic expression because of the character of the Man and the ability which he would bring to the performance of the duties of attorney when a Young Man in the year 1883, Hon. Ele Stansbury a homeless lad left his native state Illinois and member of this important state Board. Statistics Are Dull Reading and one and came to Williamsport to cast his soon wearied of them but for All that lot with the Good people of Warren they Are an Index to one s Success or county and the state of Indiana. His failure As he goes up or Down the parents were people in Model ate ladder of life. Turning Back in circumstances and hence As the old years gone past and then turning to saw goes he was not one of those the present Day we find or. Stans who was quot born with a Silver spoon Bury s life a very Active one we find it in his he was a poor boy fixed with loyalty to his government and when he came to Warren county loyalty to his god his Home to the he carried All his earthly possessions Soldier and to his party. We find in his hand and on his backs not him serving at present As county much to say the most but he was am attorney a position he has filled for bilious and when he turned his face the past 11 years. We note that it to the East to set foot on Warren was or. Stansbury who when the county soil it was with a grim determination that if possible before life s course should be run he would Rise to a position where he would be a Benefactor to his fellow men and make for himself a place court House burned collected the $25,000 insurance and actively aided the commissioners in constructing a new court House and jail and in various ways has been instrumental in saving the county and tax payers among men of Power and influence goodly sums of Money that might from All the professions of life have been otherwise expended that held out an Opportunity to this if time and space would permit struggling Young Man for a Liveli the review Republican could Point Hood he chose the profession of out Many More Good things he has Law applied himself and in due done in official Public and private time brought himself into Public life but it is enough to state that he recognition to the extent that in 1887 is a Republican in All that the term he was appointed Deputy prosecuting implies it is enough to say that the attorney. This appointive office editor of this paper saw him come gave him a Little More prominence in up from the common walks of life the Legal world and brought him to the position he now occupies into great favor with the people and that of a prominent attorney an he was elected prosecuting attorney honorable citizen and a Loyal Man of Fountain and Warren counties in 1892 and served in this important official capacity until 1894. This was really the beginning of a Long and useful term of years in which he has served the Public As a servant of the people to their entire satisfaction and due credit to himself. His republicanism has never been questioned and because of this fact he was chosen As a presidential to his constituents. It is enough to say that or. Stansbury has Given time has spent Money of his own free will and at Ord for the love of his party with no thought whatever of personal gain. It is enough to say that at no time and under no condition would he stand for any sacrifice of his party s principles. Republicanism has always been a part of his life and next to his god Warren county democrats launched their Campaign for the next election at a mass meeting held in the circuit court room Here saturday afternoon at the Call of m. A. Mcdonald county chairman. The meeting was a Harmony meeting for the purpose of consultation and for getting the candidates to sign their declarations of candidacy. However no candidate will be prohibited from filing his declaration of candidacy for any office because of the action taken at this meeting. The county Central committee will remain practically the same if the candidates named at the meeting Are elected at the democratic primary election Only a few new names appearing on the list. Despite the fact that the country roads were almost impassable the meeting was attended by a Large number of democrats from All parts of the county. The spirit of Harmony was evident at All times during the meeting. County chairman m. A. Mcdonald served As chairman of the meeting while Bert o. Hudler acted As Secretary. Or. Mcdonald called the meeting to order at 2 30 o clock. The first part of the session was devoted to the Reading of letters from the state organization regarding the intricacies of the new primary election Laws passed at the last session of the legislature. Or. Mcdonald announced the appointment of or. Jack Lavault for primary election commissioner and sex offi Cio general election commissioner for the democratic party. He also proposed the division of the county into districts for sending delegates to the state convention As follows first District. Pike Steuben Mound Kent one Delegate second District Washington Liberty Pine Prairie Jordan two delegates third District Warren Adams Medina one Delegate. This proposal was adopted. The precinct committeemen selected at the meeting and who have filed their declarations of candidacy Are Robert Moudy Covington Mound Albert Williams state line Kent William 1. Mong Marshfield North Steuben William Cole Marshfield s. Steuben j. C. White West Lebanon West Pike John Sexton West Lebanon East Pike Fred Holtz Williamsport first Washington m. A. Mcdonald Williamsport second Washington Bert Hudler Williamsport third Washington Frank Wood Attica East Liberty Joseph Hamblen tab West Liberty Edwin e. Grames Attica Pine James far Rell Talbot Prairie Ernest Mccandless. Pence Jordan Orie e. Milli Gan Attica West Warren Alonzo Woodruff Independence East Warren or. J. A. Simms Pine Village East Adams James Hooker Pine Village West Adams George claw son Attica Medina. Democratic candidates for offices who were selected at the meeting and who filed their declarations of candidacy were for prosecuting attorney Ross Mccabe Williamsport. Legislature Warren and Tippecanoe counties Charles e. Mccabe Williamsport. County commissioner first District Robert h. Jones West Lebanon. Second District Robert Butler Williamsport. A week or More ago or at the last meeting of the town Council i. N. Statzell the former councilman with two More years to serve resigned his office for reasons better known to himself. The other two members messes Fred Steinberg and Lewis Helwig began to look about for a Good Man to appoint in his Stead. Several made it known that they were quite willing to accept the position but the two councilmen used As they thought their very Best judgment attention rep ans the new primary Law requires that ail candidates for places on county or township tickets must file formal notices of their candidacies with the clerk of their circuit court the following has been sent to the county chairman by the Republican state commit men that All candidates for places on quot county or township tickets must file formal notices of their candidacies with the clerk of their circuit court on or before saturday february 5, 1916. Form of petition is set Forth in the acts of the 1915 legislature. Get the Blanks from your county chairman. That candidates for Congress the state legislature prosecuting attorney and judge of circuit Superior probate or criminal court must file formal notices of their candidacies with the Secretary of state on or before saturday february 5, 1916. The form of the required petition is set Forth in the acts of the 1915 legislature. Get Blanks from county chairman. That every candidate for Delegate to the state convention must file a petition signed by ten Legal voters of his county with the clerk of the circuit court on or before february 15, 1916. Form of. Necessary petition is set Forth in the acts of the 1915 legislature. Get Blanks from county chairman. That candidates for precinct committeeman must file formal notice of their candidacies with the clerk of their circuit court on or before saturday february 5,1916. Get Blanks from county chairman. Jacob Sheffer county chairman. Drank carbolic acid by mistake. Daniel Tague. And selected Daniel Tague sex sheriff of Warren county and a resident of Williamsport. Or. Tague has property Here he is a tax payer and is identified with interests and the welfare of Williamsport and her future growth. During the time he was sheriff of Warren county he proved himself to be a Good business Man. He made Frank Gaffield s Little daughter narrow escape from death. Has last sunday Frank Gaffield s 11-year-old daughter had a narrow escape from death by drinking a Small Quantity of carbolic acid which she got hold of by mistake. The girl had often times taken the Lemon essence bottle and taken a Small Swallow from it. Sunday burglars get $2,000 in loot. Besides the loot they also got $20 in Money while family slept. While five persons slept soundly burglars tuesday night methodically ransacked the Home of c. R. Cronk Auto livery Man 1518 Louisiana Street smoking cigarettes As they made their selection of Between $1,700 and $2,000 Worth of assorted loot. Even the cigarettes were stolen taken from the pockets of the Gaffield a who now live South a Good official and also made a Host company and while i or. Cronk s coat hanging by the of friends by dog his whole official the Mother s attention was turned a head of his bed. The stubs duty regardless of Friend or foe. Attending to household duties thrown promiscuously the Little girl got hold of the wrong floors. Bottle. Of course the fluid began unusually methodical the intrude As town councilman the re View Republic an believes that he will look Well to the interests of the whole people and that also when it comes to an of the were about the i to Burn her Mouth and Throat and ers were also unusually Choice in she began to cry out with pain their selection although it covered ,. ,.1 1 i this attracted the attention of the a wide Range from Fine silk lingerie Meo. The robbery wll the advisability and the Pur-1 quot a knew at once what the trouble i was discovered at 7 o clock wednes pose for which it is to be expended. I was. A hurried Call was put in for or. Tague believes in progression a physician who Over the phone he believes having and making his told the parents what to do to re Home town second to none in the Lieve the child s suffering until he state he believes in Good streets could arrive. Good pavements a Good Light and i the latest reports from the Home water Plant but he opposes very Are to the effect that she is resting stoutly the expenditure of Money Well and getting along As Well As where the results will not be Benefi. Could be expected under the Circum cial to the masses. Stances. Looking at the matter from a Busi Ness standpoint the review Republican believes the appointment of or. Tague is a Wise Choice and that with the business of the town in the hands of messes. Steinberg Helwig and Tague there will be no cause for any uneasiness As far As the town s business is concerned. Interested in Angus Caule. Electorinl900fromthetenthdistrict and his family he has stood for it and True to his Trust and with that fought for it without fear old time loyalty to his party he voted for William Mckinley and quot Teddy quot Roosevelt. In 1902 and 1904 he was elected a member of the general Assembly and in 1907, Hanly As governor of Indi pay he should or favor. Ele Stansbury is a Republican a moral gentleman a Good citizen a Man among men and because of the sacrifices he has made for his without question Ana appointed him As one of the receive the nomination for attorney Short sess Trivic Faiq for Ftp school for general at the state convention for trustees for the state school ror Igig. His friends and the Republican the deaf he being re appointed by pm to throughout the state of Indi sex governor Marshall. Which gave Ana should stand As a unit for him 1 him a term of eight years As trustee because he is deserving. Surveyor e. Guy Sutton Williamsport. Coroner or. Earl e. Johnson West Lebanon. Sheriff Sandy Shatell Pence. Recorder Joseph w. Simmermon Williamsport. Treasurer Joseph Horn tab. At the close of the meeting the old precinct committeeman held a will Cowgill made a business trip to Green Hill last Friday. Next wednesday Day. Presbyterian Church services. 9 30 a. school. 6 00 p. Endeavor. No preaching services for the pros. Ent. Is ground hog prayer meeting every wednesday night at 7 00 o clock. Appointed postmaster. George Munson one of the progressive merchants at Independence last saturday received his appointment As postmaster at that place to succeed j. W. James who has been acting in that place to fill out the in Field agent visits City and is shown farm of s. R. Hughes near City. M. A. Judy of West Lebanon,ind., Field Man of the american Aberdeen Angus breeders association spent the Day in Vicksburg. He wants to interest the people of this Section in embarking in the cattle raising business and wishes especially to induce them to raise the Angus Breed. Yesterday or. Judy spent in i expired term of a former postmaster Nona. Miss., where a state Assoc a or. Munson is a very capable and Angus cattle growers was Well qualified Man for the position j formed with about forty members and will no doubt make a Good offi j pese state members become of cial for the people a of independ-1 the National association ence. He will also it is believed rendered All possible Aid by move the office to his store room association and by such experts As or. Judy. As he has a room that will make an Ideal place for it and which is nicely located. The review Republican congratulates or. Munson upon his appointment. Broke her left wrist. On wednesday evening of last week mrs. Don Swan had the misfortune. To fall at her Home in the Northeast part of town and break her left wrist. The Good lady was going Down into the cellar to look after some of the this morning or. Judy was t in i guest of or. S. R. Hughes and went to or. Hughes place South of the City. Or. Hughes has become interested in the Angus cattle. He has a Fine Bull several Angus cows and a number of scrubs. It is recalled too that w. T. Burnett of this City has a Fine Herd of Angus cattle at his Palmyra Island place and if the Opportunity presents itself or. Judy will visit this Stock farm. Day morning when various Mem Beis of the household started to dress and found they had no clothes. Virtually every article of clothing in the House was taken. Arranged wardrobe. Mrs. Cronk and her sister miss Frances Winquest a graduate nurse sat up until 11 o clock last night sewing and arranging their wardrobe for a proposed visit to hot Springs. The visit will be postponed until the wardrobe can be replenished. With the exception of two rooms the entire House was ransacked and a Wagon must have been used in taking the loot away. In the House at the time were or. And mis. Cronk mrs. Cronk s parents or. And mrs. O. M. Winquest and their daughter miss Frances Winquest registered nurse. They slept upstairs retiring about h o clock tuesday Democrat january 19. The Crooks and inquests were a few years ago residents of Warren county and have relatives living in the county at present. Their friends will be grieved at their loss but it will be hard to suppress a smile when we realize that the family were surely sound sleepers. According to or. Judy this Section visa Fine place for cattle raising and household duties and As she started a Gangus Breed will thrive except Down the stairway she tripped and tonally Well. He was much inter fell in such a manner that her left ested in the Winter feeding arrange wrist was broken. Medical Aid was ments and the possibilities of this called at once and the broken wrist Section As . Hughes was set in place again. For a time i or. Judy is accompanied by his it gave her much pain but by care wife. He expects to go from missis Ful treatment it is Healing nicely and Sippi to South , she is getting along As Well As could miss evening Post january 21, be expected. 1916. Will r. Wood for the Farmer. Will r. Wood made his Maiden speech in Congress last week in support of a Bill which would appropriate annually $25,000,000 for g0od roads in several states. Under ithe Bill Indiana would receive More than one million dollars. Congressman Wood s speech was from the standpoint of a Farmer and his support of the Bill was because of its great value to those living in the country. The speech is Only consistent with congressman Wood s policy during the entire time he has been associated with legislation. He has always fought for the Farmer and this should Appeal to the Large Rural vote in the tenth District. As Long As will r. Wood represents this District in Congress the Farmer May feel that his interests will be Well cared for

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