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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - March 23, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana
The , m Auch 23. I9i6 the review Republican one Dollar per year. Leading paper in Warren county. J. H. Stephenson editor. Review established 189l Scarcity of meat products and a Cor a View responding by increased Market Republican thus will american Farmers a profit for several years to come As a question their motive and they would find plenty of volunteers eager to join them and become a part of their Church or Lodge from the better element now in the out Side world and commonly known As sinners. We were at peace at Home and the boys of the Blue and the boys of the Gray had Shook hands across that i bloody chasm and they were friends. The great Bone of contentions the american people All belong slavery had been removed the to a great Stock company. We All government United and we were by t. C. Powell. Time table at Williamsport. Gasoline from sbale., a of East bound to. 54�?bally except sunday. 7 42 a. M r.no.28�?dally sunday Only. 6 11 a. M in View of the Ever increase my de of our revolutionary quot fathers in or greatest Stock company that Ever of daily except sunday it 52p.ni Mand for the gasoline and the in Der that this might be a free and in existed. Quot quot quot quot quot crease in Price of crude Oil from dependent nation. Aye and we have have Stock in the Flag that was made again one people under one Flag sacred by being washed in the blood owned loved and respected by the quot any r iks. Any Boll a. Any Bonus to ii its the same old Ineller in the same old Way quot this is the song the department of Commerce is singing. In another quot of argonauts sailed recently for one of those quot confidential so for Buenos Aires where they will attend use of morning papers quot effusions the deliberations of the pan Ameri which it is obtained it is important another Flag that was made doubly to know that an almost in exhaust sacred by being re baptised in the ble Supply of Oil May be obtained Best blood of the american citizens from the shale of Northwestern col in and for the preservation of this Secretary Mcadoo and his party Orado northeastern Utah and South Union. Result of the War in Europe. Which make their diurnal flight from the re Fieldian pub City Headquarters we Are asked to save our rags for by so doing it will quot mean genuine Relief to our paper Industry and a diminished Drain upon our sources of Supply for new quot the department of Commerce declares that it will be glad to put inquirers in touch with manufacturers who interested. So if any of you Are can joint High commission. Or. Mcadoo will Tell the latin Amer cans How he fools the people of this country in regard to the net balance in the general fund of the Treasury department. In other words his interpretation of the Golden fleece. Samuel Untermeyer declares that when history records its verdict the Wilson method of handling foreign have any old rags to sell the depart relations will prove to be the Bright ment will be your agent. Most of j est Page in diplomatic annals. Sam us however will be obliged to Wear Uel is a lawyer and in this Case he our old rags until republicanism talks like a Man who has just re and resultant Prosperity Ilumin the land. Some time ago the department wanted to go into the Bone business on Pribilof islands. Bottles and Oil junk next. Cei Ved a big fee for the defence. One of the Large Western cities recently lost a factory employing 400 workers. A democratic paper commenting upon this incident says that every Man woman or child leaving a City for an outlier residence decreases the value of Industrial Sites si.000 per capita. This coming from a democratic paper is a surprising argument in favor of a protective Tariff Law. If the loss of a factory employing h workers Means a heavy loss to the sit value of a City the Bui icing i of american industries under the in a enc of a �3rotecti\ e Taril Ivi Orins i or respond into increase in the silo Miniie of every part of the states. Quot land values arc to e Niue stained b. Providing Protection and employ v i 1.1 i 1 ment quot says a Deloit civic with the Republican View effect of a protective Tariff. Western quot Wyoming. This shale contains material which when heated May be converted into crude Oil Gas and ammonia. The High Cost of Dis tilling Oil from shale As compared to the Cost of producing Oil from Wells has thus far prevented the development in this country of such an Industry and May continue to prevent it for some time but sooner or later this great source of Supply will be utilized to supplement the decreasing production from the regular Oil Fields. The Oil derived from the shale is i similar to that which is being produced from Wells in the United states at the rate of More than 250,000,000 barrels a year. Quot when refined by Ordinary methods the shale Oil yields an average of about 10 per cent gasoline 35 per cent kerosene and a Large amount of paraffin. The yield of gasoline from the shale May probably be largely increased by the use of re quot fining methods especially designed for that purpose. The Gas which is a very Good illuminating Gas will perhaps be sufi client to furnish All the heat required to distil the crude 011 from the shale. The ammonia is a most valuable by product of the distillation and May be utilized in the manufacture of commercial fertilizer or other nitrogen compounds As the Market demands. If Oil and gasoline can be produce from Western shale it stands to j reason that shale in Indiana Ai tie reason Iven out by 1 so produce tie same products a Hen and pulpit Are that those i Given the same treatment. If this Cori pose tiie membership of j is the Case and it stands to reason open tip a new Industry for Indiana As there is shale Warren at the recent primaries in Indiana there were not enough Republican ballots 10 meet the demand in some precincts and we understand that it will re Juire enlarged ballot boxes in Indiana next fall to hold the re pub can vote. Stand by the president certainly. Where is the president standing just now by the Way he Chorch is. A the Lodge. One going up the other going rapidly downward. It has been printed and it was expounded from the pulpit that the Chui Ches of this nation were rapidly if Linini in numbers As to member ship and ii iii pres Anc Wiio i of quot that individual Church or de-1 that it is. It will ,. Nomination do not As a Rule practice por Arv which a entirely m Narmont a Liat they preach or m outlier words in this state in abundance. Do not live up to the the Bible of the Church and of their in Boston alone German merchant j they profess to love steamers Are interned capacity of 87,510 with a total i these self same ministers from tons. This excl air pulpits and the papers in their Plains a Large part of the shortage of Ocean transportation. As soon As the War is Over these ships with others interned in other ports of the United states and of other Neutral nations will re enter the transportation business. The enactment of columns Point out that the Lodge the secret orders of the country Are far exceeding the churches in membership and Are adding new material each and every week. Perhaps this is True but there is a reason first the Lodge requires its members teachings of i county is blessed with a goodly Supply and Williamsport has plenty of it at almost her very door and if some of our enterprising citizens want to make a great future for Williamsport let them get Busy and develop this great Industry. A government Purchase act would to observe certain rules and to obey not release these ships. Since ship j certain Laws second the Lodge looks building Yards already have All the i a its members very closely they orders they can fill within the next visit the sick Bury the dead and see two years government Appropria-1that the widow and orphans Are tons for the Purchase of ships could Lor and third if you failed to not increase the Quantity of ship-1 up your obligation or if you Vio Ping available but might enable its rules and Laws you Are no private owners to unload shins upon to quot aei quot i quot recognized a Good member the government at High prices which compelled to begin anew would immediately decline when a but the Church do you not pay peace treaty has set the German. A support of the pastor and ships free to re enter Active Trade j toward its various auxiliaries which a i As a matter of fact is very expend the postponing of an important Sive but must be done if we expect vote in Congress in order to permit to maintain these instruments for democratic member s from Indiana the purity of society in our comm do you know that to pass Over the Date of their primaries without having to go on record on a most important National question is a fair measure of the motives which actuate the democratic party in its conduct of the country s affairs. In this Case what the democratic leaders would like to have counted As Courtesy is really cowardice and will be resented As such As soon As the people find a Chance to express themselves. Millions of head of meat animals have been lost to the meat producing Industry in Europe on account or of the increased consumption of i meat and the wasteful methods of kiting. It will take years of careful Breeding to restore the destroyed herds. For this reason we shall have for Many years a relative nity. But do they Force their membership to strictly fulfil the letter of the Law As Laid Down by the Church no. Do they visit the sick and when necessary furnish a nurse at the churches expense for one of their flock so afflicted no. Do they Bury their dead and care for the widow and orphans other than in a spiritual Way no. Do the members so live in action and word on the Street in their Homes and in business that they Are a continual example and a guide to the erring one outside the kingdom of god then by contrasting the Virtues and splendid work of the Lodge open air is the Best Spring tonic the careless sneeze is the great grip spreader typhoid fever is a disease Peru Culiar to Man measles kills Over 11,000 american children annually there has not been a single Case of yellow fever in the United states since 1905? four per cent of the inhabitants of certain sections of the South have malaria the United states Public health service has trapped 615,744 rodents in new Orleans in the past 18 months what Satarl is it has been said that every third person has Catarrh in some form. Science has Sho that nasal Catarrh often indicates a general weakness of the body and local treatments in the form of snuffs and Vapours do Little if any Good. To Correct Catarrh you should treat its cause by enriching your blood with the Oil food in Scott s Enid Tsiou which is a medicinal food and a building tonic free from alcohol or any harmful drugs. Try it. Scott amp Bowne Bloomfield. N. J. An astonishing record. The or. Powell quot vegetable tincture has done wonders in cases of Colic flux dysentery diarrhoea and summer complaints. Try a bottle it will convince you that it is the Best remedy in the world for such cases. You should never be without this Good Mert Cine. At your druggists. Of. It is easily seen Why the lodges Are prospering and the churches As a whole Are on the one desires to live in a Community where the Church is not but 4f the Church would look More diligently after its members and keep them walking in the straight and narrow Way and if the Church and Lodge would in a Way unite they would be a greater Power for Good than they Are now. Both Are commendable organizations both Are Powers that could by unison m work and harmonious co operation eradicate Many of the evils that Are stains upon our National character today. Should they undertake the work along this moral line no a one would for rent. 65 acres of land East of Carbondale. Part farm land and part pasture. This farm will be better known As the we. Johnson farm. For further particulars see Jacob Johnson administrator quot Williamsport Indiana. Also i have a belgian stallion for Sale and a lot of Good farm horses and mules. Farm Sale notes wanted. I want $200,000 Worth of farm Sale notes. Chas. E. Mccabe. For Sale a dry split and Block Wood. $2.25 and $2.00 delivered. Phones 190 and 141. Of. Herman Nehrig. For Sale a a farm of 70 acres for Sale cheap. Well improved. Easy terms of. Lee Vanreed. Jno. C. Stephens amp son quot the a Strauters quot Are making some Dandy farm Loans try them. Jno. C. Stephens amp son quot the abstract ers quot have thie Best and cheap est Farni Loans. It is True there was a when that Stock run Low in the markets of the world when the dark Clouds of the civil War were settling Down All Over this land and the Flag was being trailed and trampled in the dust by a rebel foe. At that time this nation was placed in a balance and the Wisest of our statesmen were unable to Tell which Way the beam was going to tip whether it would tip to the South or whether it would withstand the awful Strain. None were Able to Tell what the outcome of the struggle would be but we had True and Loyal men at the head of this government and they said that this Union must be saved at All Hazzards and at the command of that great statesman the immortal Lincoln the Moyal men of the North sprang to arms. They rallied around that Flag they held it aloft they carried it through shot and Shell and to Victory. It is trite there were thousands and tens of thousands who gave up their lives on the bloody Battle Field there were thousands and tens of thousands who died in hospitals and Southern prisons they met Many a defeat they were driven Back Only to close up the broken ranks and recharge to take the ground they had lost and they struggled on for three Long years without making much Progress for they were fighting a Brave foe. They were fighting men of our on nationality men of our own blood upon their own grounds and they were a hard foe to con cider. Be it known that they were a determined set of men. They were willing to give up their lives but they were not willing to give up their fancied rights and wrong form of government for what is a country without a government and when that great commander the hero of fort Donalson and Vicks Burg was placed in command of the armies of the North the boys were inspired with new courage for they had Confidence in Grant. They had Confidence in Sherman quot old Pap quot Thomas Jolon a. Logan and Joe Hooker. When Joe Hooker with his Brave boys scaled the Heights of Lookout Mountain and fought the Only Battle that was fought above the Clouds and drove Back the rebel foe and planted the Flag on the highest Peak of the Cumberland mountains and again when quot old Pap quot Thomas with his Brave boys in Blue scaled the highest Point of missionary Ridge amid the smoke of Battle and the Roar of Cannon and drove Back another Wing of the rebel foe and planted the Flag on the rebel breastworks we earned a place in this great Stock company. The Stock in this company Rose higher and higher As the memorable Atlanta Campaign advanced. After the Battles of Resaca Dallas Woods new Hope Church peach tree Creek Jonesboro and the Down fall of Atlanta that rebel stronghold. Then there was another Advance in Stock. Old quot Billy quot Sherman had put in the entering wedge which was destined to split the confederacy As he made his March to the sea with that magnificent army and opened up communication with Grant then in front of Richmond and with his government at Washington. This situation gave the Stock another great boost but it did not Stop at that it continued to go higher. Again when quot old Pap quot Thomas whipped and drove Back the daring Hood from in front of Nashville scattering quot that rebel army to the four winds of heaven and Appomattox where Lee surrendered to Grant the Flower of the confederacy there was an Advance in Stock of Over ten thousand Point. But until the last rebel had Laid Down his arms and sworn allege ence to the Flag then and not till then was that Stock Back at Par As the reconstruction of the Southern states went on. All nations of this world were now anxious to be our friends As they saw that the stars and stripes torn and ragged As it was had come to stay and that our Friendship was Worth seeking. We were now at peace with All nations of the world Tanly a fits . F. Nutter declares he feels stronger than he has for years. To. N o. So. 6�?dally.11 41a. M Dall. 1 37 p. M 2�?stoiis Only.12 18 a. M list bound. To. Dally Lias Stop. I a .2a. To n o. 9�?stops on sunday Only. 9 i5 a. In n o. A Dally except sunday. 7 42 a. M to. 1�?daily. 2 59 p. M to. 5�?stops on sunday Only. 8 30 p. In >0. 53�?dally except sunday. 5 52 p. M Kokomo ind., j. F. Nutter quot a Well known Glass worker who lives at 749 South Street Kokomo recently said regarding Tarlac the master Medicine quot constipation and stomach trouble caused me great annoyance and pain for months. I suffered intensely with indigestion had fre tient i severe headaches and was very Ner i Vous. I Felt nauseated most of the time and had a very poor appetite. Almost everything i ate produced j nausea. I was extremely restless at i night owing to Fly nerves being Unstrung and i got very Little sleep. / quot Tarlac appealed to me because i Covington Branch. A o. 35-leave Attica. 8 00 a. M a to. 37�?leave Attica. 4 05 p. M n o. 34�?.ave Covington.i0 .50 a. In arrive Attica.11 40 a m no. 36�?leave Covington. 4 5o p. M arrive Attica. 3 45 p. Tickets on Sale at this of lace to All Principa Point m in the United slates and Canada. A a a Call Central in regard to time of train. W. H. Warrick agent. Stansbury amp Billings lapels Williams Orr Indiana office on ground floor two doors soot of Warren hotel. Is we practice in All the courts. Knew of the Good it was doing i others. I decided that a Medicine that was doing so much Good for others ought to Kielp me. Since taking Tarlac i sleep better than i have for years and the headaches have disappeared. Idly nerves also Are in Good condition now and the stomach trouble has been relieved wonderfully. Tarlac just fits my Case. I feel better and stronger than i have for thousands of Indiana people Are i now deriving Benefit from Tarlac. It is. Especially beneficial for Stom ach liver and kidney troubles rheumatism loss of appetite catarrhal troubles and the like. A Tarlac is now sold in Williamsport at Winger s drug store. I John help Absler Affef of titles farm Loans Jay Darling superintendent. Castings of All kinds on Short notice give us a Call. A Carl a expert samoans. The women of Samoa often Flash in the sea Aviti out nets boats or Hooks. They simply Wade into the water and form themselves into a ring. The fishes Bein a so i plentiful. Are almost sure to have imprisoned some in the ring. These women very Quick and Active and every time they Ratcli a fish with their hands the simply threw it alive into the Basket on their Back. T Roseau Tunc to Rev for Sikli civil t in Cut. Tic twin i Houe 17 Willi a sport considerate. Quot have you Ever done to make the world happier quot asked the solemn person with the Dunbar Breed liar. answered the Holly Man with the double Chin. Quot i was once invited to in Leiblie and g residence office phone 66 phone \99 c. R. Matsick v. My veterinary physician and surgeon can Logist. Otterbein ind ele Stansbury. H. D. Rolling out of the Mouths of babes. Quot my grandpa had a porn levity fit the Liber said Small Dorthy. Quot i perplexity tit quot Edward quot you mean a parallel stroke Don t ?"�?p.iirfalo news. Victor h. Ringer a Lavayer and Futaky Public office a upstairs second stairway South of court tto uie. A hone lug. , ind. I touched. "1 suppose you were Toucher quot when your wife i ave Ami that fifty Dollar easy chair for your quot i Vas Touchard before she gave Foston transcript. looking for Clover seed i have it some of the very finest. Joel d. Sutton. Of. For rent a the up Stair rooms Over the Larren county Bank Are for rent. Of. Joon w. Sutton ? attorney it Law. And notary Public special attention Given to drawings of wills deeds mortgages leases 5 office front room a i stars m build-9 ing North of court House. Tohn j. Hall a 1�iior��ey==, strained eyes Seldom get better without some help. Ivland Are bom with defects of vision others acquire them. Take care of your eyes and they will care of you. A children s eyes should have attention. We Are equipped with the Best modern scientific instruments and accurate machinery for testing eyes Meas eng the face building frames and Grid my lenses right in our own office. Both the lenses and frames should be made to measure. We appreciate the Confidence you place in us when you consult us about your eyes and glasses and assure you that your eyes will be Well cared for Here. Omar c. De seems Orfo Melruth mrs. Optician Agtuca Indiana general practice and settlement of. Estates. Oil ice 1 door South of Warren hotel. Winnian sport ind v s cd Van f. Mccabe Charles Mccabe i Mcgabe s Mcgabe 7ttornev$=at= office upstairs in Ridenour building second door South of the Warren hotel Williamsport. Indiana it i leis a Teil you 1. Furrier How to e i have a plan that helps you to a lot of extra Money Durini your spare time. Your friends will not Only be glad to by but thank you. It is a proposition that every Farmer. Once he hears about it he cannot fail to buy. A Yery Sale you make is easy and you get big profits. 35,000 Farmers have already bought. You see How popular our proposition is. Write today. A postal card costs one cent. Then you will learn about this re mar table proposition. Don t delay. This is not an investment proposition. H. L 3-23 Ide pres.,. Hog Joy farms Dep t l., Springfield. Ili. Farm Loans Long time part payment privilege. No commission. Also insurance All kinds and real estate. F. E. Mow West Lebanon ind
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