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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana The review Republican my into be vol to Ypon j g. Providing that county officials court taxi Smith s shall be elected for four years and i new activity shall be eligible to serve Only four a years out of eight. This applies to Courland Smith named by pres-1 i urch at Mcgay lan funeral the funeral of mrs. Emma he a Gahan was conducted from the u. B. Green Hill Friday after Date set for. September keg18tratiom for same not necessary c. I clerk of the circuit court auditor Idem Harding As assistant to. Ilie noon at 2 o clock Rev h w recorder treasurer sheriff and Coro postmaster general in entering j Franklin of Albion quot and Rev my i a Ner. Public life takes tie second step in Coy of Otterbein officiated. Burial 7. A making the term of prosecute a life Tvorik dedicated to the services in the Green Hill cemetery. The ing attorneys four years instead of of the country people. He has a deceased is survived by her husband . But permitting him to serve any Cepter the Post because he believes number of terms. I a Field before him affords still a s. This amendment provides that is eater Opportunity than As presi a special election is called for the purpose of voting on the thirteen amendments to the Constitution of Haw. The state which were passed by the now the general Assembly May by Law h of the american press Assoc a provide for the a qualifications of per or helpfulness to the Farmer sons admitted to the practice of Home Dweller the coun quot Good moral character quot Isi a i on wife and the country All that the Constitution be quot a paper. Last legislature. For the Benefit of our readers we publish the amendments to be voted upon below 1. The first of the proposed amendments is the one that makes the state Constitution comply with the Federal amendment permitting women to vote. This amendment a merely changes the Constitution to quires. 9. Provides that the legislature shall provide for the appointment of the state superintendent of Public in i Struc fion. He is now elected. 10. This proposal provides that quot the general Assembly shall provide by Law a system of this provision would enable the Assembly Thomas a Mcgahan a daughter Lillian Mcgahan and a son Everett Mcgahan. Two Sisters mrs. F. A. Hanley of Veedersburg and Milly Bell of Attica and a brother James Rayl survive. 5t to tax lav has Boscn so hat the Stato tax Bora. Can do almost any lii but enter spent All of his working the House and count the Bod slice of. Are depend-1 amended the Tiller of the soil read quot every citizen of the United almost any kind of tax leg states quot instead of quot male quot Over the a go Ion 11 the age of Twenty one years. The Jujj Ujj Jaq Jug now imposed by the con amendment will also prohibit aliens Hych now reads from voting until they have com general Assembly shall pro plated their naturalization. Quot and equal 2. The second gives the Legisla-1 a Power to classify cities and re prescribe such regulations As i Happ mess and Weka re ral districts for the purpose of in valuation for tax a,1 ape. Makes its Appeal action of All property both real and. I Birong and count it a personal excepting such As Mav be i trained from boyhood to sense fact that american life and i american development ent on the Tiller of the soil Smith Lias life carrying out the ideals of his father and has sought to make country life happier and country folks More prosperous establishing his j Contact with even the Remote sections by Means of the american press association whose Mission has been to make prosperous the country newspaper. The growth of the Prosperity of the country newspaper has meant in proportionate degree a and thex so be the acting Laws for the registration of voters. The theory behind this this is certainly the local tax ing authorities quot the fullest measure of about All the local Citi o zen is a poked to do i to get the property together for the quot super Man quot at Indianapolis. As our old o Friend hence Hill used to say quot All % they want out in the state is a Bunch of Fellows with Strong backs and weak reporter. Lord sat , new Spring shoes and Chi the War prices a i 11 men s Good work shoes All leather.$2.75 men s dress shoes All leather Goodyear Welt Brower or Black. $5.00 st. Patricia s Day party the a. B. C. Club of the neighbourhood held a st. Patrick s Day party at the Home of William i amendment is that the Rural districts up Jujj. under this pro newspapers meant to or. Smith the Moffitt last thursday night at which away with entire taxing and smaller towns need no registry amendment the Assembly if tion Law. Whereas it is necessary in desired could do the cities. Under the present terms of the Constitution the election and income basis or it therefore registration Laws must be uniform. 8. Amends Section 4 and article 4 of the Constitution to eliminate the necessity of taking an enumeration of male voters for the purpose of apportioning legislative representation. The amendment provides that the apportionment ability of the a Rab Lisher to put be a a Large crowd were fore the i Verner Ajril i Cationic that i evening As spent in a social Way on an income could establish a of classification of property such As other quot quot quot Stajos now have. More in Piui Nore inspiring 1 say that before the country could efficiently carry of and eve a a Ono present report a Good time. A Good line of women s Low and Comfort shoes from $2.25 to $6.00.these Are All new shoes and have been bought this season. Also a new line of misses present. Thoj and baby shoes High and Lov at prices right. N i -3? inv y i t <11 it buy your shoes of me Ana i pm treat you right and give Yot better prices than anyone. be made each six years on the Ujj Tever basis of the total number of votes 11. This is the Amend sent a a Hie in specifically Grants to the Assembly authority to establish income tax. It reads quot the general ass ably May provide by lav for the Levy and col Section of taxes on incomes and from a is the Niue ent has Ireat service i education Itiat j country newspaper publish i become financially Index enact and in the last eight years he i in nov n r aks of l a in Ger a Gou y. To tahe to Danville t Ursa succeeded in developing Nown Ltd l ave yle paper income from an annual us n of i Pirvul a for about ?10.000 to an annual i ico n. Was o o a to of o. Cut Cut it it r Livi. I �?�0 Upu map i 0 1 source derived in such manner As shall be prescribed by cast for the Secretary of state at the. Reasonable exp emotions May provided. 12. This amends the Constitution to provide that negroes May serve in making apportionment. At present Only male voters Are considered. 4. Amends the Constitution so that the governor May veto any item in the approx rat on Bills. Election preceding the Niento this permit the consider-1 action of male and female voters in eluded. In. Provides that the term of office or salary of Public officials shall not be increased quot during the term 5. Providing that the Secretary auditor and treasurer of Stie shall be elected for a period of four years instead of two years As the Constitution now demands. the review Republican at id iritis. Of $2,000.000. It is understood by the to amp to. Til. Smith sees in the postal savings j bks and in the Rural free delivery for greatly extending the and Benefit of the Rural communities As Well As a Means of establishing a closer Contact Between the government and the people. And gaining a More intelligent understanding of Wise government functioning. Financially not a Rich Man As riches go in the.?e Days the new assistant Postie master general makes a personal sacrifice to play his part in the work As he sees it Sale Titan tractor Back to Price notice is hoi by Given that the undersigned As trustee in bankruptcy of Abe Cole bankrupt Viii at the farm recently occupied by said bankrupt owned by Joel s. Briggs situate Jordan township a Darren county Indiana 3 Miles Southwest of Jud Vilie 5 Cut cast of Pence 6.Miles Northeast of Hedrick and 12 Miles Northwest of Williar sport on _ beginning at to o clock a. Morsel at Public auction the goods and chattels of said bankrupt to wit quot we have reduced the Price of the Titan 10-20 to a its former Low Price of $ 1,000 f. O. B. Chicago. This is the same Titan tractor which 75,000 Farmers have put into remarkably successful service a the same tractor plus 1921 improvements and additions a full set of removable Extension Angle lugs sold As extra equipment under the former $ 1,000 Price is now included without extra Cost. Fenders platform Angle lugs the Rode governor friction clutch Pulley wide Range adjustable drawbar water air cleaner a All Are included in the $ 1,000 Price. 1 Brown Mare 6 years old 1 Bay gelding 8 years old 1 Bay gelding 7 years old 1 Bay Mare 7 years old 1 Brown stallion 2 years old 1 dark Gray horse. 3 years old 1 Black horse 10 in years old 1 Roan 17 years old 1 Bay Mare 10 years old 1 Bay Mare 13 years old 1 Bay quot Mare 13 years old 1 Gray horse 13 years old 1 Brown horse 6 years old 1 team mules 1 Brov a Jersey cow 14 years old 1 Brown and White Jersey Heifer 2 years old 1 shorthorn cow 5 years old 1 Brown Jersey Heifer 2 years old 1 red shorthorn cow 10 years old 1 red shorthorn cow 6 years old 1 Brown Jersey cow. 6 years old. O Farmers who want a lighter tractor built like a High Grade automobile but with the same sturdiness and reliability of the Titan can now get the International 8-16 at $1,000 . Chicago. Be have Iong restricted the Sale of this Model to a limited territory but increased production enables us to re fit lease it to All sections of the United states. The International 15-30 tractor has been reduced to $1,950 f. O. B. Chicago. Bear in mind that we give unequalled service made possible through 92 Branch houses and thousands of local dealers to every International tractor owner no matter where located. Prices of other lines reduced prices have also been reduced on chilled plows tractor plows Cream separators kerosene engines seeding machines International threshers Harvester threshers wagons Hay presses and a number of other lines on which your dealer can give you full information. International Harvester company of America Chicago Usa 92 a Fowich houses and 15,000 dealers in the United states 1 gasoline engine. 1 pump Jack. 20 feet of galvanized pipe 1 80-Gailon gasoline tank 1 100-gallon gasoline tank 1 50-Galion Oil tank 1 30-gallon Oil tank 6 Garden hoes 3 scythes 1 Oil speeder. 5 scoop shovels. 3 5-gallon Coal Oil cans. 9 sets of work harness 19 leather collars. 5 pads. 1 set of Fly nets 1 Hart tractor disc and plow 1 Hay Rake. 1 walking plow 1 4-Section Harrow 1 old buggy 1 Oats seeder and Box 3 Tower gophers 3 John Deere gophers 1 storm buggy. 1 Deering Mower. 4 Knock boards 1 gravel bed. 4 scoop end Gates. 1 Wagon with 2 sets of wheels. 4 old wagons 2 2-Section steel harrows. 3 3-Section harrows 3 8-foot discs 1 Harrow cart 2 p. Amp o. Gang plows. 1 John Deere sulky Plo quot a. 2 land rollers. 2 Hayes Corn planters. 5 John Deere single Row cultivators. 1 disc plow. 1 single shovel plow 1 double shovel plow. 1 hog Fountain. 1 pile of rails. 1 hog feeder. 1 tractor for Binder 1 set of Gopher attachments 1 pile Oak lumber and poles. 1 pile of junk. 1 sack of Millet 1 incubator and other articles too numerous to mention. Or Davudc if of Cly Ili it Sale before the removal of 1. Drilli of goods. This Sale will be held by virtue of an or Der of Charles a. Barnett esq., referee in bankruptcy free of liens. James col. R. A. Butler auctioneer., trustee. Dinner on grounds. Byron Vanreed clerk

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