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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 15, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana
It a Matteu county 16devoted to the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. New series vol. , Warken county Indiana thursday june 15, 1916. Number 36will Lead the g. 0. P. To Success Pughes accepts the nomination. Charles Warren Fairbanks is chosen for second place. Quot i stand for the firm and unflinching maintenance of All the i rights of american citizens on land and sea. I neither impugn motives nor underestimate difficulties. But it is most regrettably True that in our foreign Charles Evans Hughes of new relations we have suffered in Calculi York was nominated saturday for Bly from the weak and vacillating president of the United states by course which has been taken with the Republican National convention regard to Mexico a course Lamen and Charles Warren Fairbanks of table wrong with regard to both Indiana was nominated for vice our rights and our duties. We in erred without consistency and Justice Hughes nomination came Hile seeking to dictate when we on the third ballot and but one ballot was needed to select for vice president Fairbanks. There was an enthusiastic demonstration after the candidates were named. Were not concerned we utterly failed to appreciate and discharge our Plain duty to our citizens. Quot at the outset of the administration the High responsibilities of our and on the same Day upon Noti diplomatic Intercourse with foreign fiction of what had been done nations were subordinated to a con Justice Hughes accepted the Nomi-1 option of partisan requirements nation of the Republican National and we presented to the world a he convention for the presidency and iii rating spectacle of ineptitude. Resigned As an associate Justice of. Belated efforts have not availed to the supreme court of the United i recover the influence and prestige states. A unfortunately sacrificed and the acceptance of the nomination rave words have been stripped of was made in a Telegram sent to their Force by Warren g. Harding chairman of vice presidency. The convention who previously had. A a a r j a. T c u t i accept tag the Nom mation of notified the Justice of his selection. It. I or quot it u. U a u vice presidency Charles War or. Hughes s message which broke a r . Ren Fairbanks said of the Indiana his Long silence on the issues of thei i 4. A j r a r a i delegation who were Loyal to him Day criticised the foreign policies of the Wilson administration and Roosevelt. 18 Lodge. 7 Dupont. 5 weeks. 3 absent. 1 t paper Esther Ellis Dies suddenly. Wants 515,000 for heart Balm total987 the vote for vice president. The ballot for vice president showed this count Fairbanks. 863 Burkett a. 108 Borah. 8 Burton. 1 i Johnson. 1 absent and not voting. 6 j i we want one copy of the review Republican of the Date of july 15,1915. Bring same to this office and get $1.00 for your trouble. We need this for our Fellows will decorate. One of the most highly respected citizens of Independence expires. A b. Ham of Hoopeston sues f. E. Brier. Attica for breach of Promise. Declared for a dominant thoroughgoing americanism. The following statement was issued by Justice Hughes quot or. Chairman and delegates quot i have not desired the nomination. I have wished to remain on from Start to finish the following quot i prize More the Loyal faithful 1 untiring support of the Indiana Del-1 negation than any possible Honor of i the Chicago convention. No Man j Ever had a More generous support i under similar circumstances. I am j grateful to every Delegate and al1. N a i Ai Ternate from the Bottom of my the Bench. But m the critical period to. J a a heart. I shall always remember m our National history i recognize i ,., a a such service with a gratitude which is inexpressible. That it is your right to summon and that it is my Paramount duty to respond. You speak at a time of na-1 tonal exigency transcending merely partisan considerations. You voice the demand for a dominant thorough going americanism witha at a u t u. ,. Foundry touched me. I wish i could firm protective up building policies tit i n 4. F quot i wish to thank my friends throughout the state who have manifested such a keen interest in our cause. They have shown a Zeal in it for Many months which has pro essential to our peace and Security and to that Call in this crisis i can not fail to answer with the pledge of All that is in me to the service of our country. Therefore i accept the nomination. Convey to them the full extent of my the vote for president. The third and nominating ballot showed this count total. 987 i i at 2 01 p. M., saturday the convention adjourned. There were expressions of Harmony from All the leaders and among the delegates. The delegations which on the final ballot had cast votes for others than or. Hughes made statements declaring their loyalty to the nominees. Through talking for the present. The colonel refuses to make known his future plans or indicate whether or not he will support Hughes. Theodore Roosevelt reiterated saturday night that he is quot out of quot i want to Tell you newspapermen quot he said that it s of no use for you to come to see me. I will have nothing to say. I will answer no questions so please Don t ask me to. I am out Kcf if the former president has any plans for the immediate future other than to continue his literary work he has not made them Public. While colonel Roosevelt would not discuss the question his intimates considered it altogether unlikely that he would reconsider his conditional refusal to head a third ticket. He has not yet made it Clear whether he will support the candidacy of or. Church ser Ceis. 9 30 a. �?bible school. 10 30 a. �?preaching services. 7 30 p. �?preaching services. The Public is invited to attend All services. P. T Martin hold services at Independence sunday june 25, 1916. On sunday june 25th, the Lone Star Lodge no. 545, of Independence will hold their decoration services. Great preparations Are being made for this service in the Way of a Fine program to which will be added a Good speaker and some splendid band music. This Lodge is one among the largest and strongest in the county and when they Start to do things something Worth while always happens. For this occasion the Independence boys expect to have one of the Best programs and one of the most irn pres Sive ceremonies held in the history of the order. They expect Many other orders to join them and the Public is invited to participate in the Cream social. The ladies of the Dorcas society of the Winthrop Church will hold an ice Cream social at that place Friday night june 16, to which the Public is invited. The social is for the Benefit of the Church and there should be a Large crowd present to help the ladies in their commendable Church services. Quot enter into his Gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with 100 4. 9 30 a. school. 10 30 p. �?preaching services. 6 30 p. Christian Endeavor. 7 30 p. �?preaching services. Prayer meeting every wednesday night at 7 30 o clock. Bradner e. Wells pastor. Esther Ellis a very highly respected citizen and one who had resided a Long time in the Community of Independence died at the Home of James Stacker sr., in that place very suddenly saturday night from heart trouble due to a Little excitement brought on by a conversation that is reported to have taken place Between the deceased and a Nephew. After the conversation which is said to have been Over Money matters mrs. Ellis went to the Home of James Stacker just across the Street and leaning on a table told them that she was going to die. A physician was called and he stated the ailment was not serious and that she would recover As she was subject to these attacks left her some Medicine and went away. In the meantime she asked the Stacker family we Are told to Lay her Down which they did and likewise did everything they could to make her comfortable relieve her suffering and keep the spark of life alive. But the end had come life s race had been run and she passed into the great beyond. After the conversation with her Nephew about hours before she died the Nephew it is said passed Down the Street got a Chance to come to Williamsport and was out on the carnival grounds when the sad news was telephoned to him of his aunt s death. The funeral services were held monday afternoon at 3 o clock and on tuesday morning the remains were taken by Auto to Homer 111., where interment took place in the Davis cemetery. The deceased was a highly respected woman a lady in every respect of the term. She was loved and admired by All who knew her and in life and during the time mrs. Fred Buck was pos mistress at Independence she often assisted mrs. Buck in her official duties As Deputy pos mistress. The deceased was born May 12,1844, in Vermont Ida b. Harn of Hoopeston has filed a suit for $15,000 damages against Francis e. Brier of Attica in which she alleges that she has quot been humiliated and disgraced quot by the defendant s failure to marry her As he is alleged to have promised and in addition quot has lost an advantageous marriage defendant being wealthy and having a Good social the suit was filed in the United states District court at Indianapolis. The defendant Francis e. Brier is known Here. In her Bill filed last thursday the plaintiff claims that she and the defendant entered into a marriage agreement in March 1913, and As a result she incurred $800 expenses in preparing for the wedding in moving from Hoopeston to Attica and thence Back to Hoopeston. It is charged that after she moved to Attica Brier made it Plain to her that he had quot changed his mind quot and refused absolutely to marry her. This is the first breach of Promise suit filed in the Federal court in in Diana ohs for More than two years and was filed there because it is an interstate Fine strawberries. Our Friend Samuel Cole of this City brought to this office Friday afternoon a Box of the largest and nicest strawberries we have seen this season. The berries were grown in or. Cole s Garden and shows that As a Gardener and truck grower he has no equal and fully understands the method of developing Large Sweet luscious berries the kind that go so Well in that Strawberry Shortcake and always taste like Church services. 9 30 a. �?sunday-school. 10 30 a. �?preaching services. 6 30 p. �?Epworth league. 7 30 p. �?preaching services. Prayer meeting every wednesday night at 7 30 o clock. E. L. Butler pastor
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