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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - July 6, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana
The devoted to the interests of Willie sport and Warren county. Kew series vol. Ii. Williamsport was trek county la trials a tuesday july a 1910. Number 30 no soldiers in Fowler. Soldiers on Way to mexican Border Many Young men from surrounding j three sections of a Wabash troop j towns have enlisted. Train passed through Here last a popular entertainment company to be heard third Day of Chautauqua thursday. Fowler probably the Only town a in this part of the state that not troop trains carrying Massa represented in some company of the Chusett regiments to the mexican National guard that mobilized at Border passed through Williamsport it. Benjamin Harrison at Indianapolis preparatory to leaving for duty on the mexican Border. Herman Keck of Wadena and a of Young men from Remington and other towns have joined the colors but if any one from Fowler or Mcnier township has enlisted we passing through last thursday morn my afternoon and night. People were notified of their coming and quite a Large crowd of people among whom were several of the old ls61-"65. Boys to see them pass through. There were three sections of the train one in the morning. Have not heard of it. At Otterbein a one in the afternoon and one in a a meeting was held monday night tie evening. And p ump any of volunteers was the sections were carrying a Bat to be quot offered to the state Talion each and were making com and Nati i while the War lasts. 36 Parat ively fas time to their Destina me i joined the company and tion which Elpaso Texas. The Manv More Vili crack company of the Massachi and a formed Vounce i iii to Fri May Tiivi and Pelec a be Ciufi Leicil the next meeting to be held Tribune. I a ii Fri Riili an glad a apr Ltd that it not com la Ibsh broadcast any such be have two whose Homes arc Irv Ilia Sporl and whose Homes i i t e a setts i Epimeni passed through Wii Liams Jort about 12 30. This was company k. Second regiment infant a Timeir were were formerly Williamsport be been non residents Only a they Are Dale stans of Hon. Ele and mrs. Orelyn winks son of winks and wife now living in Lafayette but who recently moved there Chet Cheak whose Home Attica but who lived Here and worked at the Barber Trade Carlton winks now living in wat seka. Ik., who was born and raised Here got his education and grew to Here Clarence Moore whose Home Here and who also for Ovid. A l bag rear of each Corn Arla Short Bury stans Abe All troops were operating n kitchens on the trains and of depending on stations along tie Gage car at tie Pany Section was listed up with the Camp Kitchen of the company and the men i be to the door of this car at meal hours and receive their rations exactly if they in the Field. Company a a machine gun outfit was also in the second Section which passed through Williamsport a Little after 5 o clock. The coaches were slightly decorated and the soldiers seemed to Becannon would clean do Mexico. Wanted to be soldiers. Declaration of War help to restore or three of Williamsport Young men Der and save thousands of lives. Were ready to defend quot old glory quot the Fairchild entertainers. H in enjoyed arc air a a polarity Titan the Fairi Hilcie Whu rip car on Tho third Day in the quot a Lantana Ian. This com a or quot four you it . Three of whom Are a a Isicar a. Render of in and Voi Ai Nitsic. Oah oin i a i Intro quot a ability new in ,.s a Cipa in on ome la Nicit instrument. Their pro Praia a. Viii m made in of Soh its duets and iii Artois from Dassi Eal. wed tuii Zilaro in positions to either with readings it and piano Kic Rui a. Offers a raid originality selic in found on the Phu form and one Continuo round of and Ever Melody and entertainment. Jolly and enjoying themselves quot a of a. Well they could under the Circum him to Dine Wilh me so that we j through Here a few minutes before stances yet they looked a Little might have the Opportunity. 5 o clock followed by the second was born and raised Here and who fatigued due no doubt to their Long quot he dined with me and be had a that came along just before 6 it said now at Brownsville journey. At Danville the train Load very Deh Gotful interview. We talk o clock. This one was followed by Texas. Where he enlisted and of soldiers that passed through Here de very fully Over All matters and another train a Little after 8 o clock what company he with has not very a Little after .5 o clock stopped al be Are in Complete one or the trains that came in just been made known Here but suf most an hour in Danville and Dur it understood that col. Roose about 11 30 slowed Down and Citi Rici ent to know that he one offing their stay they got out of theovelt told or. Hughes he would co-1 2ens bought it was going onto the Uncle Sam soldiers. Fred Lem i cars and went through a Drill a operate heartily with him in any of i Side track and Many Ming Dan township another Warren i Stuffy car seats col buy in l Uncle Sam service., in the crowd at the Railroad Here he a member of a new Jerse were some of tie boys who know quot Uncle Joe quot Cannon the Veteran i troop trains bearing soldiers to statesman from Illinois Cut Loose the mexican Border passed through with a Bunch of oratory Intlehouse Williamsport last thursday after last thursday which brought his a noon. Neither one of the trains colleagues to an erect position in were decorated very much but they their seats. He said that the United were conveying a big Bunch of states should go to it with a vim american soldiers who were ready and clean up old Mexico from Stem and willing to sacrifice their Young to Stem for All time to come and do lives in defense of their country it in such a Way that it would with the passing of these trains May or out any doubt whatever eliminate May not have an inspiring effect up any further trouble in the future. On some of our Young men but Uncle Joe also asserted that Condi-1 nevertheless. Leonard Etnire Fred tons in Mexico Heid gone from bad a Lewis and Roy buckles got John de to worse Ever since president Motte to take them in his Auto the Wilson entered into a co part same a ening to Lafayette where Pership with Carranza and \ Illa they made an Effort to enlist sol to get rid of Huerta a Job Diers for the services of the u. S. A. Which took the three of them More the boys , entered into than a year. Democrats interrupting him asked him if he realized he was advocating War with i Mexico quot great Godl quot replied the former speaker quot what it we Are having Down in Mexico now if it in t War what do you Call it certainly it not peace and it never will be until a compact before leaving Williamsport. That unless All were accepted none of them would enlist they wanted to go together and get into the same regiment if possible. Leonard Etnire was the first one to be subjected to an examination and he stepped under the tape line he and Many of them on of Wade Lemming of Jor relaxation from the or sniped up and his plans even to the extent of Mak started up the track to see and have ing a speaking tour if or. Hughes a Chat with the Soldier boys but in quot so Dei ired. Siead of stopping they Only slowed Down because of a bad piece of a infantry regiment. Or this All there Are More Voun Nien ready and willing to go. And i the comes to the worst and i the president issues a Call for volunteers and the strict regulation of enlistment modified this paper can assure its readers that Williamsport and Warren county will furnish her full stare of Soldier boys. The Citi Lens of Williamsport and Warren county Are peace Loving a citizens. They love the quietude of Home and would much rather follow their daily pursuits of life but if we must have War and Liere no alter native but to fight Mexico they Are ready willing to go Forward and sacrifice their lives if needs be for their country Honor because they Are real american citizens. Trash in Road or streets. Complaints have been heard in regard to the throwing of grass and trash and rubbish of various kinds into the country roads Well in the streets. Persons who do this unaware that there a lav regulating this and a Fine attached. The Section that pertains to this of Yense follows quot Sec. N55. Whoever puts throws or leaves any tin can old Iron Brush boxes tools machinery vehicles rubbish Brick Wood logs Glass glassware Glass bottles Glass jars. Too Well what service a Soldier Means and one waved the stars and stripes to the boys on the train he said quot Well folks i know what it All Means and while those boys May apparently seem cheerful there Down deep in their hearts a sort of feeling of a there Are Mother and Wash Milf kills Pony track. After dinner at about 1l 4,5, broke up o clock another train pulled in this Little Ioe Mcdonald ail Over loss of Pony. One Vas loaded with a Battery horses and carrying ammunition. Titis train stopped at the depot and our citizens had an Opportunity to inspect the big guns and talk wit the artillerymen who seemed to Ide in splendid spirits and also anxious to get to the Border and get into Active service. Each car was decorated some More than others Butin All instances quot old glory quot was a ver much in evidence and the boys Early monday morning Little Joe Mcdonald had the sad misfortune unrest in their minds to lose his Pony which was killed by visions of Home and the East bound passenger train. No. Other near and dear . At the depot. Friends and when they Lay Down at m. A. Ivi Cdonald and sons who night if they would speak their conduct a Dairy and ship a Large thoughts wonder if they la Ever get amount of Cream to Danville being Back Home again. Then again i la in need of Cream cans sent Joe with Tell you folks a Hen i was a boy his Pony and Wagon to the depot to seemed to be prouder of the old diag about their Aee or younger. There get some empty cans. While the the fact that they was no train pulled into the station Bov was thus engaged no. 28 came it vere going to the front m the serv 1, ,., eci iii of Uncle Sam. At the present to carry to the scenes of Hosnih thundering along and scared the time War seems inevitable but be ties. We had to shoulder our Musket Pony which broke Loose and ran fore you read this War May be de throw our Knap sack on our Back fill around the East end of the depot cleared or peace negotiations May be our canteens and Ilioof it to the and directive into the train. The nearest Camp and it i. Several car a a a Ossed it but it made an plod ise x Long Days marching to the scene of i other attempt to Cross the track and soldiers that will put the quot greasers quot a furious Battle to be rushed onto a got its head Between two cars handout of commission in a Short time if the Field without food or rest to re was hit so hard by the swiftly mov a he occasions demands that it be Lieve some regiment that had Voith ing train that its neck was broken stood the torrent of Shell and shot the Little boy heart broken Over until fresh troops could be brought his loss the Pony was a great onto the Field. That the Way we i pet and favorite of his and was very did it. Things have changed since valuable he used him every night Herman Nehrig found a very curious then and i am glad of it for and morning to deliver his milk and Freak in his Garden. Sherman said War h�?1, and i Cream to the town patrons _ Hope and Trust that those boys won t. The accommodations at the old among the Many freaks of nature have to endure what we depot Are very limited there not excluding the chickens pigs in a unloading platform accessible Colts and calves vegetables also we recognize conditions they sex found he was too Short by about and throw aside the soothing of an Inch the regulations require syrup and go in there in a business a Soldier to be .5 feet and 4 inches like manner to clean up the coun tall in his stocking feet. This put a a crimp in the boys patriotism not quot Uncle Joe quot was never in finer at they Are just Loyal and Joist fettle. He insisted a declaration of ready to go to the front but they War would enable this country to proposed to be Loyal to one another hasten the work of restoring order i and they were would save thousands of lives the Well would permit the United states to the parents and the friends of the establish a blockade of Mexico to i Yog men feel very proud of them i event the importation there of even if they did fail and turn Back munitions for use against american j Home. Their intentions were Good soldiers and would be a Boon to i they made the Effort and showed by humanity. Quot before a great a while i their actions that they were made we will adjourn quot or. Cannon said i of the kind of stuff that goes to quot and i Hope that before we do and Lake up Good soldiers. Journ action will be taken by this i Congress positive action Manly a i hopeful that the War Cloud not tion that will tend to wipe out the i near so Black it was a week ago present conditions in Mexico on our i yet there plenty of time for a Southern Border and not Only sooth i break to come the quot greasers quot ing syrup not Only procrastination. Are a very unreliable and Slippery but we have to risk the lives of ass of people and we dare say that our Young and patriotic Neonile it should a break come at any future will be done thoroughly and in the time Warren county will be repro language of my Friend from Texas rented by Many True and Loyal it will be so thoroughly done that sons any other county in the we will not have to meet a similar state. We grow pm m this county condition twelve Vears from and the quiet peace Loving citizens quot do i understand from the gentle Don t stand Back when a crisis Man statement quot inquired repro comes but Are among the first to tentative Garner of Texas quot that he hold Aloit the grand old Flag would go into Mexico and straight a. In oat that country thorough his Williams Pori k live Lown. That what he Means quot i mean i the situation in Mexico More done. K Freak Sia Dinc la Geithe and the wonder that More horses come in for their share of notoriety. And More people have not been a Short time ago when Herman killed. It expected that when Nehrig one of our business men or. Mcdonald gets through with who resides on a farm near town the company in this Case they will was out in his Garden he pulled up would go in there for the Benefit of civilization for the Benefit of the whole world for the Benefit of the unfortunate population of Mexico for the Benefit of the people of the United states for our peace and Comfort quot was the answer. Quot i do not want Mexico. I agree that we i do not need Mexico and do not want it but i say further that you cannot i feed those bandits with soothing something doing Here almost Ali the time since Early Spring. Early in the Spring opened in Williamsport with a special bargain Day which although the weather was cock brought a Good crowd of people to town. A Short time after this a carnival struck town and during the first week the weather was bad and they syrup and temp Orize with them. Ai ius i t i staid the second week which also if we had a few More Joe cannons i in the National Congress men who i marked the close of the season for ,., a a i the skating rink which had a run of Are not afraid to Call things by their right name and men not afraid to speak their conviction least i of the Caim val someone becomes offended it the i then came the popular Careve opinion of the review Republican Kingston opera company with its that within a year order would be troupe of ladies and gentleman and brought out of of. I a a a for six consecutive nights conclude Camp meet my. Performances on saturday a Camp meeting now in Progress near Antioch 24 Miles South East of attraction Riverside and 1 mile North of anti fou owed by a big revival meet och. These meetings Are being con ducted by Rev. F. P. Kerst of Ander-1. Son ind. Or Kerst held a meeting promoted by the Volunteer workers of America which being held in the m. E. Church. When broken Glass broken glassware or debris of any kind or character he Phis and Roosevelt Are in perfect wha Isoe or in upon or within the Accord a quot air. F a in brought to a realization that Wil a radish that attracted his attention sometime ago at Riverside in the u. I doses Only about two or three in Enate by o r f i f Liam sport needs a new freight depot he turned it Over and Over looked b. Church and has been called Back Days will elapse until we will go m Penn tenant of braid of commit candidate whose election almost accommodation for at it from All angles then rubbed to the Vicinity with his Camp meet to a five Days Chautauqua which sinners shall on conviction be fined assured president of the United f a i a m i at it idiom an Angieb Chen Luu urea Harp win he ill div will chord an afternoon and a. _ a _ Treigne a nuking Well a new his eyes to be sure he could see All my of ii. Lucic an i in any sum not exceeding fifty Dol states says that he and or. Roose presbyterian Church services. Yvelt Are quot in perfect this statement was made by or. Lughes after he had an interview with or. A quot enter to his Gates with thanks her inter giving and into his courts 100 4. Hughes gave out this further state i 9 30 a. school. A Menf 10 .30 p. services. 6 30 p. depot. Evening entertainment. With the right for on the first impulse he meetings each sunday so come Chautauqua the season of entertain thought perhaps he had hold of a part a bring your friends and a full Basket indent seems to come to an abrupt saturday a real Day of exc Lemeni of a human but after a More Thor and spend the Day with the Day dose unless something he a Goa Ough exact nation he was we Start who a Sunrise prayer serv-1 circus. Only a Freak radish which formed viewed by the newspaper men or six troop trams passed through the almost an exact counter part of a county seat. I human left hand with the thumb. I turned into the Palm. He brought a a.,his Freak radish to town and showed excitement ran High and Patriot-1 to to his friends who like Herman pronounced it a pretty Good imitate followed we the Usua Remine i of preaching throughout the Day. I quot i was very much pleased with a or col. Roosevelt letter of Indorse-1 pm went to the ton notch saturday prayer meeting every wednesday himself i a quot of the Bradner e Wells pastor i passed through this City saturday my Telegram to the progressive com Between the hours of 4 o clock a. M., Marshall coing made a business Mittee. I wanted to talk with col. Tion of a human left hand. This radish now on exhibition in the show window of the review re All evening services to begin at 7 45, afternoon services at 2 30. Those attending this meeting will hear the gospel preached in its fullness. Don t fail to come. You Are Wel publican office and if you Don t be and 2 o clock p. M., each carrying i eve the foregoing statement just trip to West Lebanon saturday Roosevelt fully with respect to the Eastern Soldier boys to the mexican com a and tak7a a Ooka ort ourself a Williamsport morning. Issues of the Campaign and asked Border. The first train passed one look will convince you. Morning. Lyman Allen of Pine Village was visitor saturday which usually a one Day session and brings several of the old Soldier boys to our town. All in All this has been a very Busy season for the people of Williamsport. It has brought Many Strang ers to town it has brought Good crowds to town both Day and and it has had the effect of helping advertise our town one of the liveliest Little cities on the map Between Danville and Lafayette
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