Page 1 of 27 Jul 1916 Issue of Williamsport Review Republican in Williamsport, Indiana

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 27 Jul 1916 in Williamsport, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Williamsport Review Republican.

Browse Williamsport Review Republican

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 27 Jul 1916 Williamsport Review Republican in Williamsport, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - July 27, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The w Arrea gouty july 16 14 devoted to the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Kew series vol. Ii. William spout Waken county Imoaka. Tuesday 27, 1916. 42h�,nly nominated on Frissi s former governor finally lodges in the tree top. After leaving the Republican party because he could t be quot daddy quot quot grand daddy quot and the whole family j. Frank Hanly former governor of Indiana then went to the progressive party and wanted to be finds so Olen Rig in and buggy hired from Furay found near Brook. Last week the review Republican contained an article of a horse thief who supposedly hired a livery Rig from John Furay but who in reality had gotten hold of the Rig with felonious intent being traced from their candidate for governor but Bismarck 111., to Jud Yville. The fellow who gave his name As Edward Hall first secured a Rig at Danville which he drove to Bis that party had no room on their Roost for him and As he had to have shelter somewhere he wormed his Way into the prohibition and this i Marck and placed in a Bam then in party took him up and were glad to turn hired the Furay Rig which he get him As their ranks Are Dwin j drove to Jud Yville and attempted to doing away and they Are ready to j sell. Failing to find a purchaser he Welcome any old thing into their j drove on and when the posse a party ranks who will agree to Wear i Rived at Jud Yville Hall and the Rig the Label. No sooner had Hanly had completely disappeared and All gained their recognition until he be Trace of them for a Day or two was Gan to aspire for honors and imme-1 lost. Furay however did not give Diatel became a candidate for pr�s-1 up the search but drove across Indi ident of the United states against i Ana in a northerly direction touch William Sulzer sex governor of new ing several of the towns in Newton York another disgruntled politician j Jasper White and Tippecanoe coun who was homeless and part less. Ties and finally located his horse and the National prohibition Conven buggy on a farm near Brook where tion was held in st. Paul minn., Hall had disposed of it to a Man by tuesday wednesday thursday and the name of Coon. Friday of last week and in Friday it appears that after Hall had Dis evening about 4 o clock Hanly War posed of the Rig he went Back to nominated by the convention on the Danville to revel in his ill gotten first ballot for president of the gains but Noone and Furay who United states by a vote of 440 As were both victimized gave a Good against 181, cast for William Sulzer. Description of the thief and he was there were several other aspirants 1 arrested by the Vermilion county but for them the vote was very sheriff. Hall has also operated in Light. Or. Ira d. Landrith of Nash-1 the Vicinity of Champaign and the Ville tenn., was nominated for the officers from that part of Illinois Alberi j. Beveridge for h�oghe8.was nominee for a s. Senator in 1914 on the progressive ticket. Re a Ferguson Winger located at the Home of her sister in the City of Kokomo. Vice presidency. Were also looking for him. After it had been arranged to make the being taken into the toils of the Law nominations on thursday but Many Hall confessed to the Champaign of the delegates departed for their Homes and not a few of them were disgruntled. For More than three gang that was working the country county sheriff that he had stolen the Rig and also told of an organized hours thursday they were held in the torrid auditorium listening to a half dozen collegians deliver orations that would not hold water expecting of course that at the close the nominations would be made As Many horses that he could not Tell under the Nom de Plum of the quot gentlemanly in speaking of himself personally Hall is reported to have said that he had stolen and assisted in stealing so per announcement As soon As the College boys had finished but for the exact number taken. It is also stated that this gang has been oper some unexplained reason leaders rating in Indiana and Illinois for a proposed an adjournment and the tired delegates put up no kick Many More of them being glad that the sooner or later the perpetrators Are Opportunity again presented itself caught and punished for whatever crimes they have committed. Number of years but True to the old saying quot murder will out quot and Albert j. Beveridge one of the prominent statement and orators of Indiana who was the nominee for United state senator on the progressive party ticket during the Campaign of 1914, has openly stated that he will support the Republican party during the present Campaign. Or. Beveridge held a three hours conference with Charles e. Hughes Republican nominee for president after which he gave out the following statement which appeared in the Lafayette journal saturday morning quot the progressive party As an organized party no longer exists. People have Many opinions As to the causes that produced this condition but it is useless to discuss them for the fact itself stares us in the face. Quot therefore progressives must either refrain from voting for president at All or support the candidate of some other party. I shall vote for or. Hughes. In taking this stand i do not make or any criticism of progressives who May decide differently. I personally know Large numbers of the men and women and hold them in the highest regard and esteem. Whatever they individually determine to do will be the result of their mature judgment arrived at conscientiously. Quot i have known or. Hughes for several years and Admire his ability integrity and courage. He is above All a straightforward Man trustworthy and dependable. He Means what he says and says what he Means. I Trust him like him am his Friend and shall support him. Quot the work on which i am engaged a the writing of the life of chief Justice Marshall has absolutely prevented All political activity on my part forthe last eighteen months in Case the demands of this work Are such As to permit me to take any part in the Campaign i shall give my reasons on the stump for my conviction that the welfare of the country demands the election of or. Indiana is the Hub of the present she has one presidential and two vice presidential candidates. Died from being Over headed. Biser became too hot while shocking Oats. For them to get away for Home. It was later said that Prohic Bitio does not prohibit in the sense j that the party would have you under j stand its purpose and if this is the Howard Case the shrewd voter will pause and look the Issue Over squarely before he will cast his ballot with a Howard Biser who lives on Rural party that cannot put m Force the i a Jug 3 out of Williamsport principles that it advocates. Pro South West of Here on wednesday Hibi tion either state or National j of a it Eek became too hot while wide would in a measure be a Good working in the Harvest Field Shock thing for this country after the i eng Oats and died at 9 30 o clock the country had adjusted itself to the following morning from its effects change of conditions but to vote he was the son of Victor Biser and for it As it is advocated at the pros i Ife Well known in this place and ent time and under its present con of also is a grandson of David editions and platform would to use Giser of this City a common term be like pouring water on a Duck s Back. You would Reta Ferguson Winger of whom the review Republican gave an account of her deserting her husband while they were seated at the wedding supper in a restaurant in Covington about an hour after their marriage a Little More than a week ago was located last Friday at the Home of her sister in Kokomo from which place a Telephone message was received to that effect. The run away Bride is said to have gone to Mellott thence to Crawfordsville and from there to Kokomo at which place she arrived in the night. The deserted husband had about Given up the search and also has Given up the idea of trying to induce his Bride of an hour to live with him and on Friday afternoon with the girl s Mother went to Lafayette to consult an attorney and to Institute proceedings for a divorce. The Bride who in her flight from her husband was in new Richmond a Short time last thursday stated so it is said that she left the husband because she did not love him and did not want to live with him and never would. Her father William Sutton says that the girl had no Money when she walked out of the restaurant and left the wedding party seated at the table he is at a loss to understand How or where she got the Money to travel on. He also stoutly denies that the Mother of the girl forced her daughter to marry or. Winger or that she Ever entertained any idea of sending the girl to the girl s Industrial school As an incorrigible. The girl in reply to the above statement asserts so it is said Only consented to her marriage to Winger Well to do Young Man from Clarks Hill that she might gain her Niue penance. She is said to be Only sixteen years old and very pretty. Married by Justice Powell Raymond Lou ton and Viola Simmermon embark for a life s hold the championship. Progressives name site Williamsport baseball club has every club beaten around Here. Indiana s progressives Are determined to make a stand. Not after years of voting be any nearer the goal than they Are Ai the present time. Not More than a dozen years ago the Republican party took up the the Young Man was working in the Field with others who were taking it a Little slow because of the intense heat when suddenly they missed Howard. They immediately began to look for him and in a few minutes found him lying on the question of Temperance m local Way i ground in an unconscious condition and for the most part the state was a he was taken to the House and med almost made dry outside the larger j i al Aid called but he grew steadily cities but following closely upon the Ever regaining conscious action of the Republican party the a egg. Phe Young Man had about Temperance question was made an reached his majority and was rept Issue in the Campaign and it is a go Verv Fine Young fellow a despite the fact that a great Many of the leaders of the progressive party have deserted it and returned to the Republican party because did ring fort Wayne quot Lafayette the Williamsport Ball team under the management of i. N. Julian has taken the glory away from All the surrounding teams and their Fame has spread until it was impossible to get a game with a team for last sunday. The manager wrote about 30" letters to different places. Indiana Indiana great is Indiana. To Day she stands out As the Hub of the eyes of the nation and world Are turned toward Indiana. We Are glad and very proud too that we Are a resident of this great state. It is not Only great because of its agricultural and manufacturing resources but it is great because it produces great men National leaders noted women who stand As a peer among the women of the entire world famous horses that Are world beaters and is the greatest automobile manufacturing Center in the known world. When the u. S. A. Or the world want great men they turn to Indiana when they want a noted woman they visit Indiana and when they want a race horse whose record can t be beaten they search Indiana. Great is Indiana. Her greatness has gone out All Over the United states and each succeeding National convention has from among the Large number of eminent men who has aspired for National honors at the hands of delegates choose three of her Brilliant sons to Lead the mighty hosts. To Day Indiana stands preeminent among her sister states As a hold up for commendation one presidential candidate on the prohibition ticket j. Frank Hanly. One candidate for vice president on the Republican ticket Charles Warren Fairbanks and one candidate for vice president on the democratic ticket Thomas r. Marshall. Great is Indiana. Who of you Are not glad that you Are a Hoosier and if you Are not a native born Are you not proud that you claim Hoosier Dom As your own dear state and your Home the time was when Indiana was in her swadling clothes that the aristocracy of the Eastern states poked fun at us. They ridiculed the Hoosier in his flannel shirt and Jean Pantaloon they spoke lightly of our Hoosier schoolmaster and they even intimated that the hoosiers had horns and lived in the Brush. Times have changed. Indiana has in Many instances led the Advance guard in the March of civilization. She has gone Forward by leaps and Bounds until to Day she is recognized As the greatest state in the Union. Ali the world pays homage to her. Great in Sirb Miami tuition. They realize that there must be a Logansport Kokomo and South United party if the democrats Are Bend but none of the teams seem dethroned there Are those who yet cling to the sinking ship with the false Hope that they May yet find the pot of Gold at the end of the Rainbow. These faithful ones and we have no Bones to pick with them because of their beef met in Indianapolis wednesday and thursday of last week and influenced by their Leader Edwin m. Lee named a full state ticket. It was a Small convention possibly smaller than some of the enthusiastic leaders expected. Only 175 delegates and proxy holders were present in the seats although the allotment of the convention was for de to relish the idea of being beaten or quot shut out quot and turned Down the proposition. It took a Long time for or. Julian to get his club in Good playing order but by persistent work he finally got a club that can go up against the Best of them without the fear of losing a game. The Small clubs around Williamsport have Only been a Little better than practice games but even then when it looked like they might score the Hershbell boys the Pitcher and Catcher quot sport quot Hunter the first baseman Dewey Dee the Short Stop who has a quot Southern Belle quot for a sweetheart. Last thursday afternoon Justice Tom Powell was called upon to perform the important function to solemnize a marriage ceremony. He evidently knew he would have this duty to perform As he gave the office a Little dusting donned his Linen trousers parted his hair in the Middle and did everything he could to make the contracting parties realize that married life was one continual round of Joys with never a Cloud to mar or Jar their congenial happiness. The parties who set sail for the first time last thursday afternoon on the matrimonial sea for better or for worse were miss Viola Marie Simmermon and Raymond Lou ton both of Kramer. They secured the License of our Young Friend. Deputy circuit clerk Fred Ritenour and then with their faces wreathed in smiles wended their Way Over to Justice Powell s office where this August person in his most polite and pleasing manner told them to stand up while he reverently and in a dignified manner recited the ceremony that made them Man and wife. The ceremony Over the Happy Young couple left at once for Kramer where the Groom is employed As Captain of the Bell corps at the mud Lavia hotel their friends at Kramer and at the big hotel wish them All kinds of Good Luck during their marriage sojourn and Hope their troubles May be melted away by Joys of s Young people enjoying the Shady nooks along Pine Bank of Pence is in a flourishing condition at present. 544 delegates. There were at times Charley Brant on the third sack and As Many As 100 spectators in the Joe Lewis out in the Field All see to fact beyond Lany dispute that men i hard worker honest and upright j rear sets and in the Balcony but As it that the visitors fail to reach the who proclaimed Temperance from j a very attractive to his father and convention progressed the spec i Home plate. The House top and that Many who j Mother who Are grief stricken be-1 thinned out claimed and affiliated with the pro Caus of the sad loss that so sudden i quot Hibi tion party and men who person-1 by ame upon them and their Home j res secs were doing ally worked on the streets As a the funeral services were held with such men As Roosevelt per bund preaching Temperance to j saturday Forenoon at the late Home. 1 Kins Beveridge and other lesser others went to the polls on election i torment was made in the West a lights leaving the phantom ship it Day and cast his ballot favouring the j legislation of the open Saloon. How j r. U 1 a m. U o a is this known that s easy take the i presbyterian Church sort Ces. Vote that was cast in Warren county i self Cost to alone and you 11 find that there were 100 4. Only 60 votes cast in War refi county9 30 a. school. For a county candidate and for a i 10 30 p. services. State candidate it was Only 62 in the go p. Endeavor a a prayer meeting every wednesday county. This condition has not a right at 7 30 o clock improved with age and until men decide to vote As they preach it would appear to be Folly to line up with a party that cannot accomplish Bradner e. Wells pastor. Its object. Samuel Frame and wife attended a reunion of the Frame family up near Milford 111., last thursday at mrs. John Heilman was an Attica which there were 27 frames or de visitor saturday. 1 ascendants of the frames present. Is hard for the review Republican to understand where the progressives can find a Ray of Hope that they will in any Way Wield enough influence to make a showing that will add strength and gather new workers to their ranks. They Are in the minority at the present time and have been in the minority from because of the we have a Good Bunch of Ball what the pro-1 players that might be compared to the Days of our old time football team when the big husky Fellows who kicked the quot pig skin quot to Victory had All the knights of the Gridiron bluffed out. Some of you older Fellows remember those Days. Methodist Church services. 9 30 a. . 10 30 a. services. 6 30 p. league. 7 30 p. services. Prayer meeting every wednesday their birth and this paper without night at 7 30 o clock any malice toward them whatever i e. L. Butler pastor. Believes that As the Campaign pro j a dresses they will find deserters Leav i mrs. Russell Wood of West Leba ing the ranks daily regardless of non has been appointed Post Mist the fact that they have put into the Ress at that place for a term of four Field a state ticket. Years dating from july 3rd. Edgar a. Wood cashier of the prosperous banking institution of Pence was in the county Capitol last thursday afternoon and left an order for some Bank statements in folder form to be distributed among the Bank s customers and friends. The officers of this Bank Are John h. Crawford president Philip Cadle vice president and Edgar a. Wood cashier. The names of these men who Are men of More than Ordinary ability give tone to the Bank which has a capital Stock of $20,000.00. The directors of the Bank Are John Crawford Philip Cadle John Ridenour and Edgar a. Wood. The name of our Friend John Ridenour connected with this Bank and linked with these other solid and substantial men should without any question convince the Public that the Bank of Pence is Safe and solid. This Bank like All other progressive Banks pays 4 per cent on time deposits which should be an inducement for the people of the surrounding Community to do their banking business with the Bank of Pence. The cashier or. Wood is a Young business Man of Good judgment and is possessed of the qualities that go to make a Good official one who is inclined to build the business to larger proportions. He is kind pleasant and courteous and will extend favors to the customers of the Bank just As far As is in keeping with a Good banking system. ----------0� a a a remember if you have moved from one precinct to another since the last general election you have to Register october 9, in order to be eligible to vote at the coming november election. Leo Stephens and wife de. Hamilton and wife Joe Lewis and miss Blanche Fullenlove and Earl Hobart and miss Grace Trott Are maintaining an Outing Camp at the foot of the Johnson Hill on the Banks of Pine Creek just this Side of the Bridge. The spot where they have pitched their tents is a Beautiful place Cool and Shady and an Ideal camping place. They opened Camp last thursday afternoon by putting up two Large tents and taking Beds bedding cooking utensils an Oil stove and an Auto Load of provisions. The ladies do the cooking and the men that is Hamilton and Stephens try to provide enough fish and wild game to break the Monotony of quot sawdust and Hobart and Lewis work during the Day but go to the Camp at night and Well guess you that they look pretty closely after the Trot lines before retiring for the night. This is a Jolly Bunch of Williams port s Best Young people who got weary of the sweltering heat of the town and took advantage of the occasion to go to the Green Cool Mossy Banks of Pine Creek where they could at least have a week or ten Days of real out door life. Of course the flies and mosquitoes May bother a Little but these Are easily barred out and if there is no other Way of getting rid of them the men folks can build a Camp fire and smoke the Pesky things out. This getting Back to nature is a great thing and very conductive of Good reunion. The Dawson Franklin reunion is to be held at Green Hill on the old school grounds today thursday. Last year the reunion was held at Dawson Park 111. The officers who have charge of the reunion this year Are As follows president j. Wilbur Franklin treasurers Doc. Dawson of Dawon Park iii., and Wilden Mann of Independence secretaries c. R. Dawson of Milford 111., and Ella Buck Otter Bein. The entertainment committee Rhembert Are mrs. De May and mrs. Morgan Sten it Remington ind., Wilmer Franklin Green Hill t. J. Dawson and Homer Johnston Otterbein and Ira Dawson Bennett Nebraska

Search All Newspapers in Williamsport, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Williamsport Review Republican Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Williamsport Review Republican?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection