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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - July 5, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana Be review Republican new series vol. , Warren county Indiana thursday july 5, 1917. Number 37 now in jail form it met Isaac d. High Luois 111. Mrs. Frank Mann mrs. A rvs Mimre Urmia act Mcfear Robb Lnu null Kuum i land and daughter Julia and miss mrs. Min Pine Vaiagae Man placed in toils on charge of stealing chickens Fred Stingle residing on his father s farm Northeast of Pine Village is in jail Here charged with stealing chickens from John t. Ritenour a neighbouring Farmer the warrant having been sworn out by the Pine Village horse thief detective association. Stingle was arrested last tuesday brought to this place and arraigned before Justice t. Powell giving Bond for his appearance for trial Friday. At the trial he waived examination and was bound Over to the circuit court in the sum of $500 which he was unable to give and he was placed in jail. Following the preliminary trial Friday morning Stingle confessed to stealing the chickens and threw himself on the mercy of the court. As he is a married Man and the father of six children it is possible that clemency will be granted him. He is the son of John d. Stingle a highly respected citizen of Adams township and his wife is the daughter of county assessor Jas. Metsker. Reba Rush of Otterbein Nie Gephart and daughters Gladys and Elizabeth mrs. John b. Mann mrs. Frank Mann mrs. Homer Wilson and daughter Rosalie mrs. Edward Wilson mrs. Bert Yager and daughter Mary Wilson and daughter Evalyn mrs. Ella Franklin mrs. Guy Mckinnis mrs. Floyd Kennedy mrs. Walter Myers or. And mrs. Paul Mcfarland mrs. Chas. Myers misses Nora Cantrall Cecil Smith Clara Johnston Lagreta Mann and Luella Myers. They departed late in the Evenmo expressing their thanks to the hostess for the Good time they had William b. Hesler age 42, of Veedersburg and Cora e. Smith of Danville age 30, were married at the office of Justice t. Powell on wednesday of last week. The Bride s Mother live in Chrisman 111., and the Groom is a life insurance agent at Veedersburg. Isaac a High one of the most widely known men in Warren county died at his Home near. Locust Grove yesterday wednesday after Long illness from cancer of the stomach. The funeral will be held in the Locust Grove Church saturday at two o clock. Deceased was born in Berks county Pennsylvania near Reading of March 9,1845, and in 1852 came with his parents to Warren county where be has since resided. % Martin Mckee at the marriage Parlours of the officiating minister p. T. Martin in this place last saturday occurred the marriage of Danial f. Martin of West Lebanon and Edna m. Mckee of st. Louis. The Groom is the present assessor of Pike township and the Bride is a sister of mrs. Mary e Hall of West Lebanon. Congratulations Are extended the newly married couple. Special Exchange column in Harmony with the movement to conserve All food products the idea being suggested a number of our exchanges the review Republican will run a free Exchange column during the present crop season. In nearly every Garden and Orchard there will be a greater Supply o some things than can be used in the Honie and which would be gladly purchased or accepted by others those having such surplus either for Sale or which they will give away May list them below by Phon ing this Celebration the double birthday of Jesse and Geo. Ford which was june 24th was celebrated july 1st at the Home of the former near Tab by a number of relatives and friends. A Good dinner and a Jolly Good time was enjoyed by All. This has been the custom of the Brothers for Many years. Jesse was 54. George would not give his age As he is still unmarried but we found out by asking his brother that he was just 60, and he Dosen t look to be Over 30. Otto Pence enlists Otto Pence age Nineteen years son of a. R. Pence of West of Ross ville has enlisted in the regular army and has been sent to fort Thomas by. He has been working on the e. J. Amp e. Out of Gary and enlisted at Gary. Mellott couple married saturday saturday night at the Christian parsonage at Mellott occurred the wedding of two prominent Young people or. Doan Helms and miss Reina Keefer. The Groom is the son of j. Frank Helms of Northwest of Tov a and the Bride is an Attica school teacher. The ring ceremony was pronounced by Rev. Martin at 7 30, a ter which the couple departed on Short wedding trip. The attendants were or. And mrs. De Brown of Wingate mrs. Brown being a sister of the Groom. They have the Best wishes of a Large Circle of friends and acquaintances. They will reside for the present near the Home of the Groom s father who is a prominent Farmer of that Section. Died wednesday iter Long illness from cancer of stomach aged 72�?Warren county Pioneer lived with an automobile and received a bad Gash on the forehead. The boy was Riding on a bicycle and was following a buggy. The Driver of the Rig a Young girl turned out to pass the car when Young unaware of its approach started around the Bugg and struck the machine the headlight cutting a Gash across his forehead. The horse gave a jump when the tar and bicycle collided and threw the Driver across the dashboard knocking the breath from her body. Both were taken to Attica in the car and medical attention Given them. Neither was seriously injured. Hurrah ringing Day almost Here big circus and great spectacle occupy five trains crammed with wonders announces marriage cards were received Here last week from l. D. Nordstrum at it. Wayne announcing the marriage of his sister Fern Gertrude to or. Frank p. Hunter which occurred in that City on monday june 25, 1917 following an extended honeymoon trip they will be at Home after August 15th at 425 Perrin Avenue Lafayette. The Groom is the son of Hon. James m. Hunter of this county and is a successful practitioner at Lafayette. He enlisted in the army where he served until the close of the War after which he started farming in Prairie township and died within two Miles of the old Homestead. He was the oldest of a family of ten three Sisters preceding him in death. Three Brothers and three Sisters survive Charles Edward and John and mrs. Sarah Orr mrs. Lucy Mills of Nebraska and mrs. Bessie Vanderbilt of this place. Two sons and three daughters Are left John and William of Prairie township mrs. Rosa Hooker of Pine Village mrs. Lucy Porter of Terre haute and mrs. Susan Daulton of Carbondale and fourteen grandchildren. His wife died two months ago lacking one Atter Coal Barons governor Goodrich is in deadly Earnest about Indiana s Coal situation and has issued an ultimatum stating that if the Federal authorities do not take control of Coal prices and regulation the legislature of Indiana will be called together and this state will pass legislation to control output and prices. The governor sent a 350 word message to the Federal Trade commission to the effect quot that Indiana operators had said they would Rem Edy matters if cars were furnished this has been done in Indiana and yet the operators keep the prices at of notch. Many cars from the Indiana Field Lave actually been under loaded in order to keep the Supply of Coa from increasing to affect prices. For Sale or Trade the Only meat business in a town of 600. Property consists of meat Market and Slaughter House All fully equipped. Reason for Selling poor health. Address e. G. Mccormack. Perrysville ind. 3 was gravel Road contract letting last monday at the regular monthly mating of the Board of Coromis sinners contracts were let for the construction of two new gravel roads in Prairie township As follows the we. Goodacre Road was let to Conner Bros of Fountain county for the contract Price of $3997.00. The we. Felix Road was let to c. L. Irvin amp co., also of Fountain county for the contract Price of $14,500. The sum of the contract prices totalled $2392, less than the estimated Cost of the two roads. Defeat Hoopeston in a fast game of Ball at Rocky Ford sunday afternoon Rainsville cleaned up on the much touted Hoopeston cubs the score at the close standing 6 to 2. The Rainsville boys had their opponents shut out up to the ninth inning when two Lucky scratch hits let in their Only runs. Miscellaneous Shower a mrs. Luella Myers entertained at a miscellaneous Shower at her Home in Green Hill on Friday june 29th, from to 6 p. M., in Honor of her sister mrs. Paul Mcfarland a june Bride. The House was decorated in potted plants and Cut Flowers. The afternoon was spent in music and a Mes and Dainty refreshments were served. The Bride received Many handsome and useful gifts. Among those present were mrs. John l. Mitch Are you looking for trouble do you know that the Law is now in Force concerning dimmers on automobiles you May get by Here on account of you neighbors but you will be picked up away from Home some time and the penalty is from $5.00 to $25.00. Besides this you May cause a bad wreck or the other fellow May cause you one. You May have so much Money that you would father pay a Fine of $25 than get a dimmer but you should not risk the lives of other people by neglecting to get and use a dimmer according to a pretty wedding took place in Independence yesterday when tur pie Smith and mrs. Nettie Mckinzie were made Man and wife. The wedding occurred at the Home of the Bride in that City and we wit a by pkg and dec him fall a distance nested by a few of the intimate a out iou Tecu feet breaking his friends and Rda tives of the contract of Elow the shoulder and my parties. The Groom is a Nephew by Rusing the left Side internal injuries caused peritonitis from which he died. Death of Daniel Rex Daniel Rex a Well known citizen of Independence died at his Home last Friday at the age of 72 years. Funeral was held at the Christian Church in Independence sunday afternoon under the auspices of the Willian sport k. Of p. Lodge of which he was a member. He is survive by a Vidow and a son and daughter from a former marriage. Death was due to injuries received recently when a ladder he was climb s disappearance causes insanity mrs. Kitturah c. Williams of Hills Boro has been declared of unsound mind and papers for her admission to the Hospital for the insane have been Fofe warded to Indianapolis mrs. Williams is one of the bes known women of Hillsboro where she has lived for More than half Century. Her unfortunate trouble is due to constant worry Over the disappearance of her youngest son Herbert who disappeared from Home in 1906. A nation wide search has been made for the Young Man but to this Day no Trace of his whereabouts has been obtained. At one time he was reported to be in Peon age in Mexico and his brother made a trip to that country a few years ago and spent hundreds of dollars in searching for him. Mrs. Williams later was rejected by the Hospital authorities and arrangements have been made to care for her in a private Covington Friend. The big vent for which the youngsters and grownups have been impatiently waiting is drawing near or on saturday july 14 Ringling mothers circus is to exhibit afternoon and night in Lafayette. Expectancy never ran so High be Ore and it is Likely that this District will Send a Large delegation to feed the elephants. Unusual interest centers around the Gigantic spectacle quot Cinderella quot with which the famous showmen Are this season opening their wonderful main teut program. Quot Cinderella quot is probably the Best loved of All fairy tales and to see it produced with quot quot More than .000 persons hundreds of dancing girls and glorious pageants indeed gives Promise of making quot child Lood s Golden dreams come n the same great tent will come the marvelous circus numbers in which 400 men and women performers scores of trained animals and a Galaxy of special features Are introduced. The majority of the acts Are entirely new to America the Ringling Bros having secured the pick of All european performers who have seen obliged to seek engagements in this country. The All new Street Parade will take place show Day morning. A barn belonging to Hettie and eve Campbel Between Covington and the Village of Stone Bluff was struck and burned to the ground. Fortunately there was no live Stock in the barn but several tons of Hay and about 100 bushels of Corn were burned. The heavy downpour of rain saved the dwelling from burning. There was no insurance. A Large barn owned by mrs. Ever Ette Campbell near Stone Bluff was also struck by lightning during the storm and burned to the ground. The barn on the old winks farm in Western Steuben township occupied by Deal Hurley was also hit by a Bolt and burned Down. A Quantity of Grain and harness were lost but no live Stock. The barn was insured. Women can Register contrary to the first reports sent out last week in regard to the injunction issued by judge Thornton barring women from registering advices from attorney general ele Stansbury state that women should continue to Register As before. If the injunction should be made per manent by the supreme court no harm will come of the registration and if the decision goes the other Way the women will be ready to vote. They Are therefore urged to come to Williamsport and Register. An Auto Accident Alva Ford the seventeen year old son of Wesley Ford of Pence met a Sims children with quite an Accident about 2 Miles journal Northwest of Pence saturday evening about 7 30, when his car struck a deep rut in the Road bed. He was driving North at a right merry clip 16-year-old germs infect Sims family have Scarlet fever germs the Power of remaining viable for sixteen years one would not think so but ask Warren Sims who lives just South of Otterbein. The quarantine was lifted on his Home yesterday two members of his family having been affected with the dread ailment. They were his children Floy aged 7 years and a baby age i5 years. Or. Sims claims that the source of the disease was an old Box of clothes which had not been opened for sixteen years and which was packed by Wiliam purple of co Virigon who was mrs. Sims father. They had been shipped from mrs. Sims old Home Many years ago. Mrs. Sims then 13 years old had the Scarlet fever when the clothes were packed. The spores of the dread germs remained viable All the sixteen years till unpacked and the the Battle ground Assembly of 1917 the Battle ground Institute and Camp meeting promises to be one of the Best in the history of the association. The Institute will open monday night july 23d, and close the following sunday night. In addition to the regular work Given at the Institute one hour each Day will be Given to red Cross work under an efficient teacher. The Forenoon of each Day will be Given to class work and each night to social work and lectures. The afternoon each Day will devoted to recreation. We Are expecting about 1000 to be in attendance. The Camp meeting will open on monday july 30 and close sunday August the 12. Some of the special Days August 2nd�?Home missionary. August 3d�?foreign missionary. August 4th�?rural conference. August 6th and 7th�?sunday school Institute. August 9th�?laymen s Day. August 10th�?boyville, or boy s Day. A each sunday has been Well supplied but we desire to specially emphasize the last sunday. Bishop j. H. Mccoy d. D. Of Birmingham Alabama will preach in the morning and or. Clarence True Wilson of Washington d. C., will preach a Temperance Sermon in the afternoon. Some of the workers Are the Rev. B. E. Kirkpatrick the Rev. Joseph n. Green or. L. R. Eckardt or. James m. Taylor of new York or. Edgar Blake of Chicago prof. Vogt of new York and Bishop j. H. Mccoy. There Are Many other workers. I have plenty of programs and will be glad to Supply one to any who May want it. This announcement is to the Public without regard to Church affiliation. John e. Mccloud secy. Gives big Bond mrs. Cyrus c. Evans has been a of mrs. John Andrews and a Cousin of Jake Andrews of this City. They Are both estimable Young people and have Many friends who extend congratulations. They will Eli of no. 10 mrs. George Jones and Dennis hat Shopi contract Job accepted reside in the Bride s Home in inde the commissioners monday in Attica Tribune. I spec ted and accepted the painting a of the Independence Bridge and the Library notice i to it Alance of the contract Price $1243,was paid the contractors who Tiad on account of increasing interest previously received $600 on the Job. The Public Library will be open every Day in the week except sunday until further Board. Accede it which might have r proved serious happened on the 4tb on the Attica levee when a Young lad from Attica named Fugate col when he struck rut which was Caus pointed executrix of the estate of Edby the recent Rains and his car a father the late George w. Smith shot across the ditch and into a bar Given Bond in the sum. Of $100,000. The estate will run Over the half million Dollar Mark and is divided Between the two children of the deceased mrs. Evans of this bed wire Fence a couple of rods of which were torn up. One wheel was broken off and the machine otherwise badly damaged. Young Ford s a to it c c n face was badly Cut and his body jul be and Ashley r. Smith of Green Comisi durably bruised but he Mana i ged to get to the Home of John Fol quot a for the executrix. Lowell Auto livery i am now located at Frame amp son s garage and am ready to do your Auto livery business. Earl l. Hobart. Princess theatre sold the Princess theatre has been sold to p. E. Reece of Fowler who took charge thursday night. Or. Reece and family will move to Williamsport As soon As they can secure a suitable residence. The former Orner Harley Strader is undecided what he will do but will be Here for a quot Short time at least before locating elsewhere. A half mile North of where the Accident occurred. He was taken to his Home in Pence where medical attention was Given him. Lightning s pranks during the severe electrical storm last wednesday night considerable a three sided Accident just received a new line of Felt two it ilk cows for Sale. One red polled cow 6 years old weight 1300, giving three Gallons of milk a Day fresh in november. One Jersey 6 years old with Heifer calf by Side. Call this office for Messner s line of linoleum. \ May still enlist men subject to draft May still Volunteer until such time As the lists of conscripted men Are published. This will probably be in two or three weeks. Men Between the Ages of 18 and 21 and 31 and 40 May be accepted for Volunteer enlistment at anytime thereafter according to Sergt. V. Hinkle of the Lafayette recruiting station. Squirrel season opens August 1 there is much conf Sion among damage was done through this Sec the Hunters of the state Over the tion of the country. J provisions of the Hunting Law affect the Home of Gus Verden North ing squirrels and Hunters Are warn of Marshfield was struck damaging red to acquaint themselves with the i the Kitchen considerable. The barn new amended Law. Under the new on the Fleming farm in the same act of the last legislature Tycie Squir neighbourhood occupied by Dick gee re season is open Only Between was also hit by a Bolt which ran August 1 and december 1. In past Down the comb and Corner posts years the Sqq Irrel season opened on tearing things up greatly. July 1.iif.>

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