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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana The review Republican cd a ssh a mss cd a sri i ssh my a a to 1 it Date t the j r. 1 a Lorie it a tiv of c act and of titi v action upon t Peciu Ous a rur a. Has proved the reliable treatment a or ridding the system of All catarrhal poisons. It aids digestion stimulates the liver and bo7el action enriches the blood tonc3 up the nervous so Steni and soothe the inflamed and congested mucous linings. Honest and dependable a the verdict of thousands. Everywhere tablets or liquid Warren county Corn show i red Cross notes the following is a report of the Home service Section during the Morth of february. Families dealt with____________31 services rendered______________21 information __________________10 sex service men in training by Federal Board Way e. Metsker Independence is taking bookkeeping and typewriting at tie Central business College Indianapolis Indiana. Other studies at the y. C. A. Laurn e. Hetrick Kramer is at Fri state College Angola Indiana course metallurgical chemistry. Joseph Hubert Green was placed in training March 1st., in key s garage Attica Indiana. A Check was received from Mary Bel Foster asking that she been rolled As member of the red Cross for Medina township. The Warren county Farmers association met on last saturday for the regular Montij meeting. A directors meeting was held in the x Forenoon and a general meeting in j the afternoon. T the program for the afternoon Rajz eluded consideration of european # Relief work. The advisability of giving Corn was discussed and also that of Selling the Corn locally and giving the Money instead of the Corn. It was decided to leave the a different townships to work out their own method of contributing to this cause. I on motion a committee of three i was appointed by chairman f. J. Goodwine to arrange for a meeting of the Warren county Wool growers and it is planned to decide on a Wool marketing plan at the meeting. The Wool committee consists of Oscar w. Larm Arba Brutus and Clarence Bowlus. This committee met on saturday and decided to have Ameet ing of the Wool growers of the county on March 15th at 1 30 p. In Williamsport. Everyone who is interested in Wool should Mark Down this Date and come to the meeting and get acquainted with the Wool marketing plan. The Warren county seed Corn show was held in connection with the meeting of the Farmers association on saturday and proved to be of considerable interest. In the ten ear class eleven samples were entered. The Corn was All of a Ery Good Quality. Arba Brutus of Pine Village won first on the yellow Corn and w. H. Brenner Williamsport won second in this class. In the White Corn in this class we. A. Hill of i West , won first and Zara i Pence won second. In the single ii thousand six Hundred a goo i i n i. Ear class Arba Brutus won first. 01 2inal discharge certificates a on i ii in the finance office of the War he shelling contest proved to be the most interest iii and most in a str Clive feature of the slow. In t . They have been sent in by exse vice men in support of cd Liju is for travel pay Bonus arrears no this a Peck of ear Corn was entered i y tie exhibitor. Each exhibit was weighed and after shelling the of pay Etc. And that office Lias Pectier mailing Antress. A a placate Yhvh Nutre papers ears the percent of shelled Corn was r Cerli Licate of i a e slip quot it is i x an apr la cation i for service can be obtained in Lien of a los or destroyed discharge certify Cill i. Tisci arg quot certify Isaios Are to be Ionno that percent of shelled Corn to ear Corn varied from 87.7% i Down to s4.3% the average of All i the Len entries was 8.5.7-1 quot vow. Which Means that in each Bushel of this tires Lucking in information As to quot quot. Quot quot. By Les wounds Etc. And sometimes weighing 70 pounds in the ear. I co Uain misstatements of fact. These Rie e Ould be 60.01 pounds of. Can a corrected. I shelled Corn. Arba Brutus won first a forms for unclaimed disc Large certificates have been received a the red Cross office for the use of the agronomy department at Purdue in this contest. Proffesor m. L. Fisher of the men also application la is for Victory medals. Eva Moore Home service Secretary american red Cross. Try a want and for results. Did the judging in a very satisfactory manner. The association also enjoyed professor Fisher s talk on selection and improvement of Corn. He described the Type of ear that had proven most satisfactory in All Corn contests both in Corn shows and yield contests. Proffesor Fisher was Well pleased with the show and said he hoped Warren county would have an annual seed Corn show. The of Tlly i publisher president of the u. S. Now is the time to order your monuments for Spring delivery. I have a Fine Stock of memorials on hand to select from. I pay no agent s commission and give my customers the Benefit of this saving. All work executed in first class Stock. Leroy Pope Williamsport Indiana. American phonograph real musical wonder tone play All disc records bean Tirol Cabinet greatest value yet offered be sure to see and hear it you will Marvel that the music can be reproduced to perfectly easy payments$1 per week enjoy the phonograph while paying for it we have Large Stock of records popular and classic music latest hits Gal or write for Booklet and particulars Omar c. Deselms Attica ind. American lie Giov display the american legion will give an exhibition on War souvenirs in their room at the old Donovan drug store saturday March 12tii. Equipment and weapons of the various armies will be shown. Admission 10 cents. The Post commander will be present and those eligible who Are desirous of becoming members of the Post will be Given receipts at that time rather than on regular meeting night. Quot you re not my he Osband quot you re not my we pc quot the fight bed but the wrong husband blame some one for it not Cal you can t blame Little Blanchie Hawkins because there were twin Beds in her new apartment. And you can t blame Signor Monti when he wandered wine tiny into the wrong Flat. You can t blame either of them for All the delirious big doings before Blanchie s husband and Monti s wife raved in on them. And no one will blame you if you have to be carted Home on a Plank after you be seen it Cayenne keyholes complications i Warren g. Harding coutry news a a i paper publisher is in the White jux House president of the United states. May he become the greatest of american presidents. Certainly this newspaper pledges its Earnest Effort to help him to that end. He faces perplexing problems both at Home and abroad but none so bewildering that it cannot be solved by the application of Correct reasoning and lio Nesty of purpose. We have an abiding Faith in the sound thought of american people and we rejoice because president Harding As a publisher need not be taught the value of wholesome Contact with his fellow men and women. If he take counsel with the nation he is pledged to serve the great voice will not Lead him astray. In the Days to come should we offer facts in criticism of his policies it will come because we fear our president May err As a result of silence. Our wish is to be helpful to put at the disposal of the president the Best of our thought always in the interest of the people to whose Sei vice the life of this Good Man is dedicated. The president of the United states does not represent the Republican party the democratic party or any other party. He represents America and we stand for that with face uplifted with pen in hand and unafraid. Margaret Mayo and Salisbury Field s popular Panama play put into six delirious twin bed Nightmare sheets of laughter pillows Ful of Pep and nothing to Blanket your fun at the Odie theatre Williamsport March 17shows at 7 00 and 8 30. Admission \0 and 30c, Eddie Musselman dead Chauncey Musselman of this City received a Telegram tuesday announcing the death of his son Eddie , at his Home in los Angeles California where he was Deputy City attorney. He was 30 years of age and leaves to mourn his loss a wife Mother and sister in los Angeles and a father in this City. No word concerning the cause of death or the time of the funeral has been received Here yet. 3iethodist Church Kotes new Auto repair shop Ralph Hunter has opened a new Auto repair shop in the room opposite the court House next to Joel d. Sutton s hardware store. He has had 10 years experience in that line. He says he will be reasonable m his charges. See his quot and quot in another column of this paper. Marriage licenses last saturday county clerk William Cowgill issued a marriage License to the following named persons Harold Pearson and Irene Watkins both of Attica. Miss wat Kins is a daughter of or. And mrs. Ben Watkins. Miss Doris Odle of Attica spent saturday with relatives Here. Sabbath school at 9 30. The i Kum join us class had 48 men in it last sunday with 4 new ones. Enrolment in the class 62. We Hope All members will be present next sunday. Quot the father and son ban-1 Quet will be March the 18th. May the school reach the 200 Mark next sunday. Preaching at 10 30. Subject quot the whole duty of Epworth league at 6 o clock. Subject the kingdom come in my Home. Leader John Smith. W. H. Evang will give the closing talk on the missionary Book. Preaching at 7 00. Subject quot the Man who lost his Good music both morning and evening. Prayer meeting wednesday night at 7 30. The ladies Bazaar was one of the Best Ever held by them. Thanks to All who assisted or attended. Total receipt was $147.21. John e. Mccloud pastor to the stockholders of the Wililiam sport state Bank there will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Williamsport state Bank at their banking room on tuesday March loth 1921, at ten o clock a. M., for the purpose of electing officers and the transaction of such other business As May come before it. 21-2t the review Republican want ads get Quick result afraid of glasses Many people who suffer from eyestrain put off having their eyes examined because they fear they will have to Wear glasses. If you Are doing this just remember that a contest with nature or old age is hopeless. The Only Wise thing to do is to submit gracefully. Defective sight is insidious because it never leaves you it is always there always limiting your ability and injuring your work. There Are thousands today who Are being kept out of their rightful sphere by bad vision. Their natural ability is seriously handicapped until the defect is remedied by Means of properly fitted glasses. If your sight is defective if you Are in doubt have your eyes examined without further delay and learn their True quot . Michael consulting optometrist every tues amp a in state Bank big. Other Days by appointment. Tel. 142. J a

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