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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - March 30, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The review re pub March 30, 1916. The review Republican one Dollar per year. Leading paper in Warren county. J. H. Stephenson editor. Review established 1891. Republican quot 1844. Senator Underwood declares that lie has not seen a Congress in 20 years where business is so far behind As it is this year. It is now taken for granted that the session will extend Well into the autumn and Many doubt if an adjournment can be taken before election Day. Out of fourteen appropriation Bills Only one and that the least important has been passed. The president has pleaded with his party leaders to expedite the administration programme but the incoherent majority is unable to adjust its internal differences and is appealing in turn to the republicans to help. This is not a Republican problem however. The democrats have yearned for Power and having secured it they do not know How to employ it. Rations. However it could probably be served As peace rations also. Senator Sherman does t look much like Lincoln now. He looks More like Henry Ford or Bill Bryan or one of those in american hyphens. Late last fall president Wilson quot began to prepare quot his plans for National defense. He endorsed plans worked out by Secretary of War Garrison and later refused to stand quot by those plans though espousing no others. Five committees of Congress have spent three months hearing testimony from students of the subject including officers of the army and Navy. Still the problem is far from solved. Yet when preparedness legislation shall finally be passed president Wilson s friends will claim All the credit for him. Champ Clark says Wilson quot has the world by the Well he is Welcome to that end. All we want is a Republican at the head of the nation. What t. R. Can t understand is a president admitting that he has Learned something since assuming office. To a Man who is Down to his last Penny a Silver Dollar looks like a wheel of Fortune. People who Are always looking for trouble Are never satisfied when they find it. Now is the time for All Good americans to come to the support of the nation. Able to return to daily g. W. Shisler of Muncie has not lost an hour s time since taking Tarlac. Getting into Mexico is enough but getting out is something else again. Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Villa is our lot. Supplement Republican Stivi convention cull former governor James b. Mccreary of Kentucky in an interview Given out at Washington testified to his wonderful fortitude Byi declaring that he read every one of president Wilson s speeches on preparedness during his Western trip. Quot not once did the president repeat himself quot says or. Mccreary. This is a compliment of somewhat doubtful application. Was it because the president changed his mind daily or because he had a different line of argument to hand out to each particular Section of the country the Milwaukee wis journal is boasting that the beet sugar Industry has not been ruined by the dem cratic Tariff Law. There Are just two reasons Why it has not first the War gave us Protection and a larger Market and second the final repeal of the sugar duty was not to become effective until May so that As of fact the sugar Industry still has a Large measure of the Protection Given it by republicans. And the democrats will continue that Protection. Fifteen cities in Maine have lately held municipal elections in which party lines were drawn. Eleven of them chose Republican mayors and the vote showed once More that the victorious party has reunited its forces. Every test thus far taken in Normal Republican territory has resulted similarly. This is a Republican year. To the republicans of Indiana and ail who desire to affiliate with them the general election Law and the primary election Law enacted by the 69th general Assembly of Indiana provide that in the event that any state or Federal office which must be filled at the next general election and for which there May be preferential voting at any primary becomes vacant by reason of death or otherwise and such vacancy occurs after the time when a candidate for such office would be entitled to file his petition for nomination at such primary the state conventions of each party shall nominate a candidate for the unexpired term of such office. A vacancy in the senatorial succession beginning March 4, 1915, has been occasioned by death. This vacancy will be filled at the general election november 7,1916. Therefore the Republican state convention composed of delegates chosen at the primary election on March 7, 1916, in session at Tomlinson Hall Indianapolis april 5th and 6th, in addition to its other duties will nominate a candidate for United states senator for the term ending March 4, 1921, to be voted for at the general election tuesday november 7th, 1916. Will h. Hays chairman. L. W. Henley Secretary. Just Man. Quot Man quot is a funny Little cuss and has t Long to stay he flies around and makes a fuss and then he hikes congressman Nick Longworth has Wilson s number. In debating the Bill for the repeal of free sugar he desisted from offering amendment saying quot i want this Bill passed As it is and i want it done As soon As possible fearful As i am that if it be not passed speedily somebody might change his mind senator Jim Ham Lewis has recorded himself among those who assert that Woodrow Wilson is a second Abe Lincoln. This More than Ever convinces us of the truth a of the saying quot republics Are the British government has a awarded a contract for 600,000,000 one Pound cans of beef Stew at a Cost of $91,000,000 for use As warm word for mothers a it is a grave mistake for mothers to be Lect their aches and pains and suffer silence this Only leads to chronic sick a Neas and often shortens life. If your work is tiring if your nerves Are excitable if you feel languid weary or a depressed you should know that Scott s emulsion overcomes just such conditions. It possesses in concentrated form the very elements to invigorate the blood strengthen the tissues nourish the nerves by wild strength. Scott 8 is strengthening thousands of an others and will help you. Noa Roobol. Scott amp Bottne. . S. Muncie ind., quot one bottle of Tarlac has done me More Good than All the other medicines i have taken in the last four months quot g. W. Schis ler who lives on Rural route no. 12, near Muncie said recently. Quot i have suffered with kidney trouble for several months. For the last four months it has been particularly severe and i have had to lose considerable time from my work As a result. I suffered most during the night and Early in the morning. My Back was so stiff that i could hardly straighten up. My kidneys were irregular. I did t sleep Well and had to get up often. My stomach also was in bad condition. I was subject to spells of dizziness. Quot since i began taking Tarlac i have resumed my work and Haven t lost an hour s time. The kidney trouble has been greatly relieved and the stomach trouble benefited. The pains in my Back Are not so severe and my kidneys Are More regular than they have been for a Long time. I am sleeping better and my appetite has improved. In fact i am better in every Tarlac the master Medicine that has proved such a Boon to thousands of Indiana people is especially beneficial for stomach liver and kidney troubles rheumatism insomnia defective circulation and the like. It is now sold exclusively in Williamsport at b. J. Winger s drug store. Bird Law still in Force. A misleading statement has recently become current in newspapers of the Mississippi Valley and elsewhere to the effect that the department has suspended the enforcement of the Federal regulations under the migratory Bird Law and by this Means has enabled sportsmen under state Laws to shoot wild fowl the coming Spring. Under the Federal regulations As they now stand the season on All migratory wild fowl is Closen until next autumn throughout the United states. Federal inspectors and wardens Are required and others interested in the Protection of wild fowl Are requested to report to the department of agriculture All cases of the regulation in order that proper action May be taken. The department of agriculture has no Power to suspend the Law or Pardon violations of the regulations. Doubtless the erroneous impression on which the newspaper statements Are based has grown out of the Pendency of litigation involving the constitutionality of the act of Congress approved March 4,1913, under which the regulations were promulgated. The lower Federal courts disagreed As to the Validity of the statute and the Issue was carried to the supreme court of the United states. The Case was argued in the supreme court in october 1915, but away. Some men imagine they Are has not yet been decided. Follow great and try to tear up Jack but ing the lower court decisions con each one meets the same old Fate and trots the same old track. Great Caesar s dead and turned to Clay and so is Cicero and Alexander s gone the Way the rest must go. The sages heroes poets All the men of wealth and Worth into an open grave must fall and crumble Back to Earth Why agonize our life away for really what s the use let s live and love and sing and smile and work some now and then and give every one a smile that cheers the heart of men. And whether we Are crowned with Flowers or chilled with Winter s snows with happiness let s fill our hours Ere we turn up our that great Stock company second instalment by t. Powell. Warns Farmers to test seed Corn. Assistant Secretary Vrooman declares this to be necessary precaution this year. When the battleship Maine was so treacherously sunk in Havana Harbor the pulse of the nation beat As it never beat bet re our Flag had been insulted by a foreign foe. The men of the North and the men of j the South All alike were anxious to revenge the Maine. Men that had fought four Long years to destroy that Flag were now wiring to give there lives in its defense and when Congress met in extra session they done what had never been done before they without a dissenting voice placed in the hands of president Mckinley fifty million dollars a not for War but to prepare for War. All nations stood and looked on in astonishment. They were non paused at the action of a Little Republic that was just recovering from the greatest rebellion the world Ever knew and yet it was Able it was Able to place fifty million dollars in the hands of one Man to prepare for War and wondered what it might not be Able to do in time of peace. But there were greater surprises awaiting the nations of the world when that great commander Admiral Dewey went so fearlessly into Manilla Bay and without the loss of a ship destroyed and sent to the Bottom of the Ocean the Spanish Fleet. Then again in front of Santiago when Sampson and Schley without the loss of a Man or boat destroyed and sent to the Bottom of the Ocean the Flower of the Spanish Fleet. Again All nations of the world stood in amazement. They began to see what this nation was made of. They had seen a that we were on land and they were now realizing what we could do on the High seas. They saw our commanders upon the Bridges and they demonstrated to them what our men behind the guns could do. One Hundred Days from the time War was declared against Spain the Spanish Navy had been destroyed the Isle of Cuba was j a free from Spanish tyranny. Porto Rico was free and Spanish Rule banished from the Western hemisphere and that grand old Flag was floating Over the far off Isles of the sea seven thousand Miles away. The Stock in the stars and stripes and that grand old Flag went sky High but it is to go higher and still higher until a the nations of the world will feel the Good results of Progress that surely will and must follow it wherever it May float. For Sale a setting of White Plymouth Rock eggs. Fifteen eggs per setting $1.00. These Are the pure bred White rocks that grow Large and Are Good layers. Call and see Thomas e. Hamilton Williamsport. 4w-28pd Washington d. C., March 27.�? Farmers who take the advice of Carl Vrooman the assistant Secretary of the United states department of agriculture will test every ear of Corn this year before they Plant it. The seed Corn situation or. Vrooman says is probably More serious now than it has been for years. On account of the late cold season and the heavy frosts in the Early part of last october very Little Corn especially in the Northern half of the Corn Belt ripened naturally and at the time of the first hard frosts much of it still contained a Large amount of moisture. Quot testing seed Corn is always a Wise precaution quot said or. Vrooman quot but this year it is a necessary one. Every Farmer should test his seed this Spring by the individual ear test. No matter How much Confidence you have in the Man you buy seed from make a test and know for yourself that the seed is Good. If the seed is not Good you can get some other that is. Quot a number of seed men who have Well constructed seed houses report that they find the Early picked seed tests very satisfactorily but the seed picked later even if properly dried is very unsatisfactory. One test in northeastern Nebraska showed 90 per cent of the Early Field picked seed to be Good while Only 68 per cent of the crib selected seed germinated. In Many sections of Northern Iowa and Illinois the percentage of Good seed is much lower even when the seed was picked before Frost and properly dried while seed picked from the Wagon at husking time or from the crib is practically worthless As seed. One reason for this is that Many Farmers in this Section Are raising Corn of a very Large variety which requires a full growing season and this Corn did not Ripen before the Early frosts. Quot under these circumstances testing each ear is simply Good insurance. One ear of Corn will produce about five bushels if All the grains grow. With Corn at 60 cents a Bushel planting a dead ear or ear that will produce Only weak unproductive stalks Means a loss of $3. If you catch Only one bad ear your testing has paid you a Good Day s wages. If you catch the average number you be saved a week s pay in a Winter farm Loans. I loan Money for the Well known a. Goodell amp sons company. Low interest partial payment privilege. No red tape Quick service. Our patrons our Best recommendations. Ernest Grey Williamsport Indiana. For Sale a a few Good work horses and mules. Will sell for Good bankable note of. Lee Butler. F. R f 1 infant Harris dead. Leonard Dean Harris the infant son of or. And mrs. Ben Harris died last Friday evening at the age of four months. The Little Flower was never Well from the Day of its birth and was too fair to be marred by the bad things of this wicked old world. A Short funeral service was held at the family residence Rev. I l. Butler of the m. E. Church officiating quot after the funeral services were concluded the remains were taken to Beulah cemetery near Rob Roy for interment. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the Community in their sorrow Gress appropriated Money for the purpose of continuing the enforcement of the Law. The department of agriculture is bound to report to the department of Justice violations of the regulations if the supreme court should declare the Law unconstitutional. All persons should therefore be warned of the danger they incur from failure to abide by the regulations. Farm insurance the Farmers Mutual insurance company of Warren county does general farm insurance. Jas. Jones president w. A. Rhode. Secretary. Pine Village ind. Dale r. Warrick. Solicitor. Tab ind. Elmer Foster. Solicit a. Ambala. For rent. 65 acres of land East of Carbondale. Part farm land and part pasture. This farm will be better known As the win. Johnson farm. For further particulars see Jacob Johnson administrator Williamsport Indiana. Also i have a belgian stallion for Sale and a lot of Good farm horses and for Clover seed i have it some of the very finest. Joel d. Sutton. Of. The most Cream separator value for your Money a a Primrose separator there Are no me Changcai adjustments to make except the turning of one screw to bring the bowl to the Correct height a once a year perhaps. Every bearing is oiled with Dean fresh Oil before the handle makes a Quarter turn. There is no Chance to injure the spindle or spindle bearing when replacing the bowl. These Are three exclusive Primrose separator features. The milk Supply bowl is firmly set in one place a the right place. The milk float goes into just the right position either Side up. The gears Are All rigidly fastened. The bowl has the cleanest closest skimming device and the largest skimming surface Ever put into a Cream separator. The Primrose is Worth More than any other separator built and it Sells for less than Many of hem. Drop in and let the dealer show you Why. International Harvester company of America lock Portwo Primrose Cream mar agora in am by a. G. Bra die hardware time table at Williamsport. No. No. No. No. No. To. N o. No. To. So. So. To. 54�?dauy 28�?bauy 50�?dally 6�?dally 4�?dally 2�?stops 3�?dally 9�?stops 51�?dally in Dally 5�?stops 53�?dally a of East bound except sunday. 7 sunday Only. 6 except sunday .6 .111 Sui iday only____i.12 West bound. Flag Stop. 1 on sunday Only. 9 except sunday .7 .2 on sunday Only.8 except sunday. 5 42 a. M 11 a. M 52 p. M 41 a. M 37 p. M 18 a. M 52 a. M 35 a. M 42 a. M 59 p. M 30 p. M 52 p. M Covington Branch. So. 35�?leave Attica. 8 00 a. M no. 37�?leave Attica.4 06 p. M no. 34�?leave covington.10 50 a. M arrive Attica.11 40 a. M no. 36�?leave covington.4 50 p. M arrive Attica.5 45 p. N tickets on Sale at this office to All Pron clap Point k in the United states and Canada. Call Central in regard to time of train. W. H. Warrick., agent Stansbury amp billin surns Williamsport Indiana office on ground floor two doors 80ut of Warren hotel practice in All the courts. John held abstracted of titles farm Loans. Notary Public. Insurance Williamsport foundry Jay Darling superintendent. Castings of All kinds on Short notice. Give us a Call. A Carl a. Mehaffei attorn by ats Caw Prosic Utlang attorney for the Twenty first judicial circuit. Phone 179 Indiana residence office phone 66 phone i99 c. R. Mather d. V. M. Veterinary physician and Surg son can Logist. Otterbein ind ele Stan Buei h. D. Billing Victor h. Ring by i lawyer and notary Public office a upstairs second stairway South of court House. Phone 151. I Williamsport ind. John in. Sutton i attorney at Law i and notary Public x special attention Given to drawings 5 of wills deeds mortgages leases. J office front room upstairs in build Ling North of court his j. H a i attorney it at Caw general practice Ana settlement of estates. Office 1 door South of the 4 Warren hotel. Williasm sport ind 9 Edwin f. Mccabe Charles Mccabe Mcgabe amp Mcgabe it at it Law office upstairs in ride non building Geconda door South of the Warren Betel. Williams Post. Indiana let me Teil you or. Farmer to make some Money. I have a plan that helps you to make a lot of extra Money during your spare time. Your friends will not Only be glad to buy but thank you. It is a proposition that interests every Farmer. Once he hears about it he cannot fail to buy. Every 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 remarkable proposition. Don t delay. This is not an investment proposition h. L Ide pres., hog Loy farms 3-23 Dep t a Spring elem ii farm Loans Long time part payment privilege no commission. Also insurance All kinds Jid real . E. Mow West Lebi inon ind

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