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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana A review new series of. Vwilliams Polit Warren county Indiana thursday november 8, 1917. Number 3warren death takes old resident prominent business Man of this place died yesterday after lingering illness. Marshfield lad injured Harold Nolan the 6-year-old son of or. And mrs. William Nolan of Marshfield is a patient at the st. Elizabeth Hospital at Danville where he is receiving treatment for a broken leg. The fracture which is close the hip of the right leg was treated by or. A. E. Dale of that City and last night the boy was reported be resting nicely. _ r a 1 the injury was sustained Friday _ . Butt one of the most widely the Village school in Nown business Nien in the county Jed yesterday about 10 o clock at his Home Here after an illness cover ing several months from hardening the. Top of of the arteries. I a missed and when near the he had been in the,.1 a a the stairway made a misstep and grocery business at this place Loito i /. Fell headlong the Bottom. He was Over thirty years but for the past. A a n Given first Aid treatment m the Oil ice i two years has been confined at us 11 i a a r. I \. U a it of a Marshfield physician after Home most of the time his son d. I Karl butt taking charge of the bus mess when he was unable do so any longer. The latter is now in j the army having recently enlisted and the wife of deceased is in a precarious condition from a stroke of paralysis received but a Short time ago. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o clock at the methodist Church and burial will be made in Highland cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Church from 10 a. M. Until 2 30 today. Banes shoots a Blank when the Warren Sentinel news Pine Village Indiana answers the questions pro pounded in an article published in the review Republican entitled quot dedicated some cowardly cur quot then said paper can consistently come out with head lines As on nov. 2, 1917, quot the big guns Are until such time As these questions Are answered it must be taken for granted that the review Republican article is properly dedicated and that Banes quot big guns quot have shot a Blank. Home coming at Pence last sunday was Home coming Day at the Pence methodist Church i the big crowds and general Good i time going away beyond expectation j excellent addresses were made Dur i ing the Day by or. Switzer of Lafayette Rev. Kenyon a former pastor and Rev. Simonson the present pastor. Splendid music was furnished by the West Lebanon orchestra with a number of duets and trios and a Reading by mrs. John Larch. At noon an elegant rep ast was spread in the basement of the Church which was one of the most attractive features of the Day. Taken altogether the event proven be one of the biggest in Pence in a Long time and from All reports will stand a y. M. C. A. Meeting was held at the court House in this place tuesday evening but owing Lack of proper publicity or other causes Only about 35 or 40 responded. Those who attended. However where amply repaid for the trouble As the addresses of or. G. A Switzer of Lafayette and j. M. Davis. Secretary of the quot a activities at it. Benj. Harrison were most excellent and the conclusion of the talks a permanent organization was perfected with Howard Campbell As county chairman and e. F. Mccabe Harry Evans acid John e. Mccloud As advisory committee. B. O. Hudler was appointed As publicity plan As outlined is make a hard and Quick drive next week raise -55,500, which is Warren county s allotment of the �1,000,000 fund be raised by Indiana for this great following men were elected As chairmen of the various townships with the allotment for each township Adams Seymour Rhode chairman allotment s600.jordan�?Frank r. Pence. Quot quot s500.kent�?george Beckett quot quot. S200.liberty�?o. R. Judy Vest. Will Kramer East s500.medina�?s. S. Daugherty chairman allotment s300.mound-4\. J. Fields quot quot s200.pike�?f. E. Mow. Quot quot $600.pine�?Frank Bright quot quot s500.prairie�?John Larch quot quot $600.steuben�?John crowd quot quot s400.Warren-James n. Rhode. Quot quot �500.washington-o.l.stewart. Quot quot �900. Restricts production. An order has been received by the Carmichael gravel co. From Uncle Sam forbidding them Selling any of their products for the purpose of constructing maintaining or repairing of Public or private roadways streets or sidewalks buildings or structures be used for places of amusement the manufacture of pleasure or passenger vehicles furniture or musical instruments. This order was sent All producers of building material. Edward Menefee passed away Well known Warren comity Mao Dies at family Home in state line Edward r. Menefee a prominent and wealthy resident of Kent town t.,n a. I ship died at his Home m state me 1 his May be All right and m keep a ,. Friday evening my with the present conservation illness irom a movements but what of the Many. / Down of the system. A Miles of Roadway either Concrete. ,.1 i. A hem Ornage was the immediate Brick or gravel that Are m course. R j Ujj cause of Deanii win Chi came sudden after an general extended breaking cerebral of construction what about the Many patches of Roadway that needs be repaired at this season i of the year before Winter sets in i and which will be in a bad state by j next Spring i our minds this is a serious s Jorn at Lafayette arid for sixty years give your Aid the organization that is on duty wherever the boys in Khaki Are found help keep the Home fires burning in the heart of every boy at the front who is fighting your fight and mine y. M. C. Connection with the state a. Of realization. It is announced that this Large increase Over the estimate made for y. M. C. A. Work in the army and Navy made in april is due the unexpected military activities of the government at Home and abroad. Millions will have be spent in France for work with the United states troops. With Coal at $60 a ton it is estimated it will Cost $750,-000 heat the american quot a quot huts in France this Winter. The budget committee of which see his brother i Jug movement for the conservation Cyrus h. Mccormick of Chicago is visits boys at Camp beginning november 11, All Over Indiana a great financial drive is be launched for $1,000,000 for the Extension and support of Young men s Christian association work in the United states army and Navy in the Camps and Cantonment in this county and among our struggling allies abroad. The movement is be part of a nation wide Campaign raise a fund of $35,000,000 for this great of Large business affairs the jurors selected the following jurors have drawn for the november term grand jury All Over the country have Volunteer Charles Hunter went Camp tay give the time and Money Lor saturday i Frank who is stationed there. He of Young american manhood. The i saw nearly All of the Warren coun-1 general Campaign is be conduct by and unexpected deceased w May 15, 1842, has been a resident of the state line neighbourhood where he has lived a retired life the past ten years. His parents died within a few hours of mistake. Given three or four weeks a ,. T i u u bleach other at Lafayette when he was about five years old and he was ,. Taken raise by John r. Johnson traffic and the necessary Reis a i whom he made his Home until Early manhood. He was United in marriage miss Mary Hartsook of Wayne oven. Born five children four of whom survive. After these new roads could have been completed and opened for Winter made at this time on roads needing it. If All the repairs on roads buildings Are prohibited it will j mean a big decrease in production i the country Over and cause thous ands of men be thrown out of employment. In one breath Uncle Sam asks us quot keep business As usual quot and in the next curtails the production of one of the most important branches of business activity in the country. Been boys and found them in Good health and Well satisfied. Frank had leave of absence from saturday evening until sunday night and chairman estimates that it will take More than $11,000,000 carry on de by the National War work coun the y. M. C. A. Work among the in his wife s death in 1893 he was again i married this time mrs. Mattie d. Gains who also survives him. The children Are mrs. Mary Francis Cunningham wife of o. N. Cunningham of Bismarck or. William n. Menefee of new Ross ind. Mrs. Elizabeth May Andrews of st his Louis wife of Morton Andrews mrs. Grace Lowe of st. Louis wife of Charles Lowe. Another child died at the age of eleven. Dist. No. 1�?f.l. Clark and Frank stayed in the City Over night with Goodwine. His brother. They took in the sights dist. No. 2�?James Haberlin and of Louisville saturday night and we. Puffenbarger. Sunday morning went the Camp. Cil of the y. M. C. A. Of the u. S. Indiana is being organized into eighteen districts push the work dist. No. 3�?John l. Hildenbrand and Melvin Akers. Petrr jury no. 1�?lewis Clem f. K. Lucas a. D. Murray Grover c. Miller w. S. Fleming Frank Flint. No. 2�?d. J. Swan j. O. T. Handy Arley Goodwine Chas. Schlosser where they spent the balance of the i time. Charley says the Camp is a i wonderful place with its Miles of i hard roads lined on either Side with i Barracks canteens y. M. C. A s and i other buildings its Model water and i sanitation system and the const Arft i flow of Khaki Clad warriors inter colors from enjoyed the _ u a Persed with brighter Armstrong Evans John Forrest no 3-John Edmonds l. Ballen. Jacob Mart Dale Arthur Eberly Noole Cal son and Hugh m. Bow-1 yer. To the voters of Williamsport Box supper at no. 5. A Box supper will be Given at the Mann school House no. 5 five Miles listed men in this country. The vast sum of $35,000,000 is be expended in carrying on the work at with Campaign organizations in 1 Home and Over seas for the nine Ever City and town. Harry m. Months ending june 30. The plans Blair identified with the banking j contemplate extensive work not interest of Philadelphia said be i Only among our own men abroad found old land Grant. In looking through some of father s old Legal papers recently Joel d. Sutton came across a land Grant issued Samuel b. Mathis in j Preston 1848 for forty acres described As months follows quot the North East Quarter of i funeral services were held from the North West Quarter of Section the family residence at 2 o clock two North Range nine West in the sunday afternoon. The interment District of lands subject Sale at j was at the masonic cemetery South Crawfordsville st of state line. Or. Menefee the instrument was signed at had been a member of the masonic Washington by president James k. J order for Many years and in his Polk through the assistant Secre i earlier Days had taken a prominent rotary j. K. Stephens. Nearly 70 a part but had dropped out with his years have passed since it was retirement from Active work drawn but the Parchment on which it was written is still in Good Condi card of thanks specially qualified for organization but the Camps of the French tion and the writing perfectly Legi i the undersigned desire express work of this character will give his russian and italian soldiers and be. I their sincere thanks friends and time the Campaign in Indiana in j among the prisoners of War. Or. Sutton gave the paper Wal neighbors for their kindness during. I ter Mathis a grandson of the orig i the illness and death of our dear Inal Grant or who will preserve election sow increase quiet affair Halwen i at supt. Evans office monday George Bender and daughter talk Over plans of increasing the Thelma very delightfully entertain Supply of pork during the War per de the country club and families Little enthusiasm shown and Day i Iod. R. W. Covalt of Purdue uni and a number of invited guests at a husband and father. Mrs. E. R. Menefee and children. Another German spy while Thomas Ping residing on passed with scarcely a Ripple the Amanda b. Strain place West of i sity came do a Zitlin Date i masquerade party on the evening of West Lebanon was in the barn milk movement with the help of Emer halloween. I ing sunday evening about dusk a with mingled feelings of deepest p. Latitude and heart Elt appreciation november wish thank al those who so miss Gertrude Dennis teacher. Loyally and faithfully supported me in the election just closed and i sin a Cerely Promise that i will execute the duties assigned me As town clerk and treasurer the Best of my Ahi officers training Camp at it. Ben Lity. A thanking you again i remain yours very truly James Darling. Gency demonstration agent har halloween novelties and Decora stranger walked in and asked him a Ibaugh and today and tomorrow tons were used in profusion in de number of question s concerning thursday and Friday six meetings coating the Home. Shipment of potatoes which he stat i will be held in the county by a sue games and contests were enjoyed a Light vote and general apathy a orate sup the outstanding features Oflga co operating with per was served. Purdue. The guests departed at a late up l Fred Gnu the. Nip inf today s meetings will be held at hour having spent a most enjoyable Fred Bowlus who is in the second Nemor ratio in a 2 o clock evening and voting or. Bender and a a democratic my unbent and Van at Frank Clarks and at 7 30 in the daughter admirable entertainers. West Lebanon school House. Comes Home for visit were tuesday s Darling on election Here the Independent James ticket commissioners meet at the county commissioners Reg Gular meeting on monday in addition the regular business transacted the Board appointed Mont Padgett superintendent on the Borders Coffelt Road in Prairie township. In the afternoon the Board inspected the Marion Fink gravel Road in Liberty township and accepted it As part of Warren county s gravel Road system. Chas. Mathis of West Lebanon was the contractor. The contract for furnishing Coal for the court House and the county farm was let the Warren county Grain co., As follows court House mine run at $4.25 per ton county farm Lump at $4.60. Jamin Harrison came Down sunday and spent the Day and part of monday with Home folks. Fred likes the life Fine and says that there Are less than 7000 now at the fort the 46th regiment having been sent Camp Taylor recently. He is certainly looking Well and has gained 25 or 30 pounds since his Entrance the Camp. Hamilton a Republican. The vote stood Darling 115, holtzl09, Hamilton 34. Harry winks easily defeat aint got no pigs we got our old Friend Chub Pence in trouble last week when we stated that he had nearly lost a valuable hog which he had butchered and which three of his neighbors tried swipe. We should have said it was Zara Pence who had the narrow escape As quot Chub quot has butchered yet does intend Butcher and furthermore has any hogs that he can Butcher if he wanted . De the present incumbent Fred Goodwine a 2 o clock at Henry Bru Steinberg for Irislee in the second Ward the vote standing 115 and 89. Charles Watkins had no opposition in the third Ward and polled 275 votes. Friend. The election was one of the quietest Ever known Here due perhaps the conditions brought about by the War which occupies the mind of every person at this time. A few of the candidates and their workers were at the polls All Day but failed get out the customary vote. The men elected Are firs class in a very particular and will give Williamsport a Good clean administration. De had been billed Ping at Sloan the latter denied any knowledge of them and became suspicious of the stranger s actions and Cross questioned him but could learn nothing not even his name. The visitor leaned Over the milk bucket and according or. Ping poured something out of a paper into the milk pail and then left. Or. Ping notified 4. Ton. To or marshal Thorpe of West Lebanon tus 7 30 at the Pine Village school or with a Good Chance for an Epi j Early next morning and the latter nouse. Demic. Only one Case the Hittle i a the posse went on a still Hunt for every Farmer is urged attend j daughter of Fred Holster Man has j be stranger finally locating him in one of these meetings and bring a fully developed but others Are ex-1 Woods near the Ping Home. He Friday morning at ten at tab diphtheria at Kramer diphtheria has broken out at Kra Don fail attend the Public Sale saturday afternoon at the Mathis room. Important notice any one desiring contribute the fund for making Christmas packets for the soldiers will please do so at once As these packets must be sent before november 15th. Hand or mail your donations mrs. R. A. Butler Williamsport Indiana. J petted As the Little girl was playing i out with others before the disease was discovered. Later the Little i son of Dan citizen was stricken with the disease yesterday and More Are expected. Box supper a Box supper will be held at the Broadie school on Friday night nov. 16th. Come and have one big time. Berneice Hunter teacher. Attend the Princess tonight. A banquet will be held at the Elm Grove Church on saturday evening nov. 10th. Supper served at 7 30. Everybody invited. Brought the stranger this place. And locked him in the county bas tile and a Sample of the milk wast sent Purdue for analysis. The prisoner who bears every evidence of being highly educated informed sheriff Mcferren that he had been confined a number of times in sanitarians because of his mental condition. According his Story he is perfectly harmless but when in one of his quot absent minded quot spells he is not so much so and warned the sheriff that effect. He stated that he had been working As a Section hand at West Lebanon a Toshich investigation proved be True

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