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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 8, 1923, Williamsport, Indiana A Vic to a a a is a out , nov. 8, i 2�. Subs Kyi Tox Pike i Pir teak Bui and i wlm ii Cir by other election items be publican fences seem to Good shape in various states the local election passed off in Williaj Nonoi to tuesday very quietly. Riziere were two candidates for clerk treasurer and three for town trustee the first Ward. Fred Holtz Clu a treasurer the Broil Bucu Hubent received 1s2 a votes Liis opponent. B. J. Wink re a a a a a Civ cd l votes. Wirt Hart 2it votes for loin trustee v Hile Leiwig re Rev d 132 and Oiin Shari in a s. This ii ikes the organi it lion of the i in Hoard As a Ollow Fred Holtz. Rii a a id ii. A it tus and Wir thin. The Warsi poi trip a is 12. Tiles. Thor slav. I was Liy miss Faith Oli Iton and in the quot Rve Nina t idea a slow a nah a quot the quot h o w a n wild Flower co iii by. At in st. And Broadway. Rater div of quot Neon t had the pm ii Are of at ii Iid intr tic Ojie Ninsi and d i quot i Ion of the iii Rui place o quot the of lord Loose Jiapu. The reside tire a 2 for t 20tb or. Was or nerd Hyt i quot r Oose Vidt Poinan s ?.limiiorial Assoc iat Ion. The in i h i Rorai Insi As us when he was Horn and a electrification Erea i a inn. Not r of or is the la i. Hal v a he i in of �liit.--1 i i pleasure of hear Chi Tosev quot ii. It Vrr a id Oovi a i a inti n al and ran -. S Jadav a a Nhu of r. Is promis great future is Dollar tor conf d i a irr new books now on shelves at Public Library crr Naan Page More Titan times As inn he will the a old c answer Liat a nest Ion Ordinary Ariton Jerii won t an surer Cotton sold off u Little iii it is Fil a he Veo. And if you Ivan it you Nii put As a Ell buy it nov. It is going to he a search . Fortunately the Cotton growers will get a Sony what better Price not because they desm i it As they do. Huttt because the crop will lie Small. Chicken Lay Moro eggs Yon i she crop if nil Dizin of on ring a t a period of eating. V it vii Ody now ii i shown that Day i he tric Light a a or xxx a Esclas Init is Ion �?��?��?�1 ohm it. In n. Yield tags so in. Rvs be affair. To re asim1 Fin the ohcs i. A. Ludy. i Nisei i s Nul Ward said. F. Loans As clerk and i re Asur it r. F r it Issice of the i each no candidate. Filed and if tie oiiic.? is filled. It Itaev the he done by appoint tin it. Broil i Orro ors of the quot i Hli it l i Ira a to u a i Insoft. >,v1m� Enjoli do to e. Wili in glad o Lif it ilm a. Nev in re Hook a. Rno is thai a Rolon Sittg quot in make or Ort h. I Pecins we one Man of a n s a a Rea a i he Chmir their in to i i a ived. Tit quot quot quot a nil quot quot �1 tune its in Story of a in quot do no pm i r d in or. I a in of h. A ii i via a is s a i v i Dot i . Quot in quot to i Day s j m x to loss it is Possich that a Nat Iotia Coni Init Teenan might e title to detect in elections of to Nedro quot. Hitt tile Joii is too much for hot incl citizen. Vermont went sep to Isican Vith a rather tent usual Fri iii Sis. Dah the Ile publican can Ili Dait for the , was elected Liy a vot of More than two to one tie or Pittl Isican candidate for Congress Reed died votes As against 4.17 1 cast in the Democrat. and quot dry quot i site was in a. In d in t be senatorial election the quot or quot can dilate no. Lit Xiv Yiu k the it stilts As far Asni in quot is concern quot. Is pretty of dts. Idi quot Tanii Nauy Jedi Elk Dicicc in 3.i<niatian is ill quot . 5 la publican a a quot. S a a As a a a r Ai Saadi i. A a ,.,>. A quot is a Chr a a. A a. I a did a. A a m a dlr s go s a r. I quot a. A _ i i quot n Sara a a in s. .-,1 to quot a o j w. Quot a. Iii Gai is i friends. A is a i 1 Wint �zun05ts a no i Jaxk in so i i i n a Taxa y. Quot ii Nan i in san it a Aann t we i s n a 1--, a quot j i a i quot mrs i a it n n a is c a of Seneci k a d. In quot in Oai Rii y. I Stisi i rile a i quot i is air a a s r or intr s i Rietti. A i to quot Ai i in. Of quot iai All have of a linings to avoid run gaining 44 a to i s or 1 Cigar. Dior Inch of , f this a quot or a Rind Giaui. Arvin and a Deanor inv a of quot. Quot to Rio n y Roh Jemid Loy i i. For the Ballani Iner a Nau a quot v. Liva�oii to i quot. Poi ays 111" Ranich. S of the s a All town radio fans a so a of quot a Ladio for 11 a Gal or i re 1. I at in Miles it orse h and Rediers. Variously Esti Nia Timi in a Fror quot. t to 20. To Lilied two Banks at Stencer tucks Day of .?, and two citizens. Travelling in four ant Mobil is the Roii piers first Cut All communication wires then posted guards to prevent atty interruption while they by a the vaults. Tler bandits remained in the town for More than an hour and in gaining Access to the Bank vaults used several explosive charges almost wrecking one building. The Banks entered were the National Bank of Spencer and the Exchange stats Bank. Before the bandits left Iho to in. A citizen rang the fir Bell. Persons who left their Homes in response to to is alarm a it quot Ere driven Back by the robbers shots. A. A. Barge and Frank Gray were slightly to tended. William quot Vanghn night Vatchman. Who was bound and gagged by the bandits said he was told by one of the chapters that there were 20 men in the party. The loss caused by the explosions will be heavy officials said. At the National Bank of Spencer the front of the building Vas partially blown Kavay. Vaughn told the sheriff several men seized Hirn and gagged him and took him to the town Hall. None of the men were masked he said. Siaa on a big scale�?� r a quot a ill night and Cut his it Toston wisc rect Nutly moved from re a a Iris quot Bias been secured. It Ere to Fowler have . Thurr resulted their school work Here. Tver Hamilton s room has new truth of i trains at All of the a Windo Viavi Ford i a pacts to a a i citric pc i r a i st to i a Liat it is nov it. A two new pupils Hester Walker a is logical to expect thai a i and Baul Bennett entered the fifth avae rican railroads will 1 8 Tlectri-1 a a of Jav Bank Cante front the quot Vir dins i a and is highly Reco Muindi do a to state i a de m. at Indianapolis t a a i hot thread nor a mods rat trn. They Don t up pc a i l fort i ii quot a. is it a quot Drav a 1 Nairn air d Bis is r a All in svs re i quot ii a in thai several great forints Hen fit d. Hoid Gefeller s. And t to or a others Are Worth Many titles one Hundred million dollars but the Money is in corporations. The owners of the corporations do not draw the Money out. Uliey reinvest it a Good thing when it is re invested in la Jar enterprises not so Good Volien invested in Bonds Exchange the Good Vine school will hold an Exchange at Broadie amp Anderson s store in Williamsport saturday afternoon no.v., 10. The generous patronage of the Public will be appreciated. Florence Haupt teacher. 5 it of card of thanks the a methodists of Indiana Wil fied eventually. The Coal probably _ a Lacr ,.,. ,. A a i state wide meetings of will 1 burned at the mines Gener of Uhl st importance in Indiana cd rating electric current to be a ent it quot the Kov. 12thand 14th. The t a div to far distances Over High tension the state Council has a sos quot i. The rest or in radio . I quot quot Gil Parks one of cur Basket outstanding Day is the i it Evhen pay no tax Diat a the know system like this players was absent on monday four Large to meetings vii in or Loci f wheel Clio. Of is the dream of 7nanv scientists the Epworth leagues Ltd he ,.,y t president to Ald Hart Are trying to solve the Coal . I Elue seals and Dorothy Babbs will meet All Dav at or sacral a quot ii quot quote quot rulings. Quot la Rhey vision a Dav when the whole i a Kent to the latter part of nue Church. The National officers i land wiil ins irr is Down to pay Recti on issuing a policy Vrzich is a Good Vav of disguising a bet. Ito. Rny Tody for your i a quot of eng were absent in the latter part of nue Church. The National quot Effii eve quot ii instr. To a ? not to let nation will be Ori an electrical a. Veek because of sickness. Of the will com from Chi Jon cot Icorn pad. Irith the quot Nowr derived from i that the three Inch Cago to Condict train inst Confer aces i Dovd s to Gre Doal a the mines incident pin which Robert Painter the Dep inv choir will sing. R r a "400,00 0 Esse of for Ltd of ally saving tremendous on his coat is the seventh Daniel l. I Marsh. The missionary ii ans. I Grade class pin. I authority of Pittsburg. Will give the _ log Barking outside a no evening address. A it of Samar tax held i p at pop ext 1ne Taxa winks quot of quot quot listen to that Chic a quot to Meridian Street Church laymen a i quot. Quot i Bivr a ive eting for Meti and the question is can Ford by any Chance Stampede the Dean socratic convention political leaders be c. Playing the Good sat Maritan Cost i Charles Holtz. Wanted a Patent Congh Silencer Botnen at 10 00 o clock. The speak Ieve that if Ford had a Reg near ers a ill i o h mar al Frank. ,j3f or nomination it a would be impossible Dixon of Lafayette $210 on i _ to cont plaint i we wish to express sincere Tolian is to the Nany Rind friends and neighbors for their helpful words and deeds during the illness and death of our beloved daughter and wife Bertha m. Mckinzie. The Many Beautiful Floral offerings and the excellent music and the consoling a ords by Rev. Fletcher were deeply appreciated. Or. And mrs. V. P. Smith Lawrance Mckinzie. registered with Marshall j. N. Cheak. Or. Dix tin i who conducts an Auto paint shop in Lafayette was Enro Ute to Attica on saturday in his Studebaker touring car. On the Road Between Lafayette and West Point he met t women Wal King and it was raining so h. Invited them to ride. When the Trio reached the West Point station the men Drew automatic pistols and com Mandela 4iim to Stop the car and hold up his hands. They then proceeded to extract his Wallet containing �210 from High pocket. A Wabash freight train headed West happened along at the psychological moment and the alleged bandits boarded it. Dixon made the statement to Marshall Cheak of Attica that he called to several men who were in front of the store near the West Point station for help but they evidently did not hear him. After the Lipold up Dixon seeded his car and made a hurried trip to Attica arriving there ahead of the train. He at once notified marshal Cheak who made a diligent search of the rain. The bandits evidently suspected such a move and got off the train before it reached Attica As they could not be found. Harold Fenters who went to Indianapolis to take treatment is getting along nicely. Miss Kelly in h. S. Music class Sonville a. B. Cline Blitz ton a. Is that Young Bass voice j i a. Rowe Bedford and i Resi Dent ear quot i Aibet e. Stith. D., pm. D., Ohio Northvf Stern University. jury november tbr35 1��2� District no. 1. ,. Crouch William Pfeifer. District no. 2. Raymond Bisner Jasper Gaskill. District x o. 3. Charles Myers John Brutus. Petit jury i i strict no. 1. Dora Clark Ollie Patton John Hoover Carlton Routzan Arnet Andrews George h. Astell. District no 2. Harley James John Moliar George Whipps arms Troffle Evan quot Norma Bartlett Josephus Horn. District no. 3. Ruth p. Ault Jacob Stjohn Ray Allen Daisy Booth Mary a. Barr Albert at West Lebanon a there a will be a me 3ting at the presbyterian Church at West Lebanon next monday evening at 7 30, to consider the Matt Roif a county wide evangelistic Campaign in the near future. Every pastor in the county and a least two Layman from each Church Are urged to attend this meeting As it is very important. Pastors o f the state will also meet it 10 00 in Robert s Park Church a a Vith a Strong Prog Atn. At 2 30 p. M. A kingdom service for both pastors and laymen be conducted by the leading representatives of great causes. Or. R. J. Wade Speaks on quot thy kingdom Conne. Or. I d. Forsyth Philadelphia quot Christ s task in America quot or. Clarence True Wilson Washington d. C., will give a rousing address on quot the Church he is the head of the methodist Iward of Temperance and Public morals. The High Point of the convocation will be the mass meeting at Roi berts Park Church at 7 30 p. M. Or b. Myers of the Indiana medical school will preside. The cheif sprain or will be or. Arthur Nash called quot the Golden Rule merchant quot the Cincinnati manufacturer who in three years has increased his business from $100,000 to ?4,000,000 by Golden Rule methods. At this meeting also the choir of Wesley foundation of Purdue University method dist Church 70 voices a will give a Rich program. All the sessions Are open to the Public. Mrs. Clint Tinsman of Attica who has been quite ill with the Phelmo Nia a reported quite improved. _ to beat him. If the democrats be Lieve it earnestly in 1924, and if Ford had somebody that could produce a quot Cross of Gold quot speech for him stampeding the convention might not be difficult. What politicians want first of All is to win. Last week communists were marching on Berlin to upset the Republican government. In this blessed country at about the same time the Public was learning of a tobacco combination amounting to t to Hundred and fifty millions of dollars Zambini ing big interests simplifying business All excellent provided the Public keeps track of a what is done. Over in Europe they Are tearing things to nieces. Here we Are building up. Happy with a loaf of bread in German costing five billion Marks which would have been $1,250,000,000 in the old Days the intellectual. Allies Are beginning to set aside All question of reparations. They Are Iwon Dering a whether they can hold Germany together and prevent the appearance of another and worse the Learned Harvard professor Shaler in his Book on the mob declares that oven a gathering of clergymen by certain influences could be turned into a notorious Lynching mob. Our animal ancestors Are still alive in the brains that inherit from them tile Demerit s to quot gov error in it i i it i Sut Ial a or iii y. Tioy won a quot Sid quot ii a of a 1 for Flover it Savy Ric. In t pro Slat quot it it s quot a quot gtd be tips rdc tion wa.-. Hisle that Nar a is is a vere involved As far a is i it can. Be in local elections. So t tere is some encouragement in the Resul for the democratic. Talking the elections As a whole they prove As has been shown before that the country is Back where it was before the Harding a Heavel of 1 0 20. As compared with the vote for Harding the vote of yesterday rear sents a great Victory for the democrats. But no one st opposed that the Harding majority was Normal or aii thing approaching. A ring Lack was certain. It occurred a year a co in the state and congressional elections. Tuesday there was quot s is approach to but is Little in tuesday s int no on which to base a prediction for next year. Further than that everything Points to a hard Battle with the result in doubt. Mrs. Rolla Benedict of West Lebanon. Has returned to her Home after taking treatment for rheumatism. At the Martinsville sanitarium. I Lis Emitta Wilson of Attica is very seriously ill at her Horne. Portland Asch t Leasure has la Axser year the Portland Arch resort has been closed for the season with a total of 31.358 paid admission to the Park according to a statement by Sam length stretch the genial proprietor. This is the heaviest year in the history of the resort. It is planned to make the resort even More attractive next year and in additions to the Many natural advantages which the Park possesses Over most resorts to add a number of new features the st. Louis Star renders great service to the country in its exposure of a medical diploma Mill turning Loose upon the country an army of ignorant dangerous men equipped with quot diplomas quot authorizing them to practice Medicine and destroy life. Medical men who have been Content to sit on state boards con fining their activities to attacks on other schools of Healing never finding Taime to investigate their cown House and put it into ords a ought also be interested in the work that the st. Louis Star has done for them

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