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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 17, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana T a 4 a i i a devoted to the interests of the citizens of Quot Williamsport and Warren county Indiana. Review entered As second class iat ter at the Post office at Williamsport Indiana. I . 8, no. 6williamsport, Indiana thursday november 17, 1921 publisher relatives Honor memory of Benefactor veterans of the world War o a Day earlier of next week o local news l Olin Hait of i. C. Smith whose bequest gave Smith j Hall to University i next week o the Young ladies choir of the a wui5u o o presbyterian Church will Render for to i it n i fim 0 mat of Lay the Day on which o special music which every body will flt i 1 a for Ali traced o it to View rep wiccan usually is q enjoy at the meeting sunday eve of lev 3 your a mailed out on the Rural routes owning november 20th at the _ Mary j. Lewis of Attica j c Park l. Messner and Isaac Julian of Quot Williamsport mrs. Ollie lii Creek of Lafayette Samuel d. Messner of Indianapolis William Julian of Danville 111., and John Julian of Chicago nephews and nieces of William Smith a former resident of Williamsport have recently placed in Sii Ritli Hall of Purdue University a a handsome portrait of their Uncle who by will provided the funds to erect Sui a Hail. The Pictral is done in Black and White Azid is an excellent likeness of the deceased donor of this splendid gift to the University. The Frame of the picture carries and engraved plate giving the name of the University s Bene Factor and of these nephews and nieces who thus Honor their uncles memory. Or. Smith was a Bachelor born and reared in Warren county. He was born poor but by Economy and j William Smith and the Thrift accumulated a Fortune As a building he gave to Purdue banker and Farmer. For Many years University. Before he died in 1911 he had been a great believer in Purdue University a a to through the courses and fully appreciated its work in be a provided half of the agriculture interest of j Foj. The purpose of encouraging the state. By this will he gave thei knowledge and to help those in need University $50,000 in Cash to build of it or. Smith provided that there and furnish buildings for the use of j should be admitted annually to All the school of agriculture. He courses of the University ten Stu gave the University 1,500 acres of cents from Warren county who real estate located in Minnesota for should attend without tuition charge the same purposes but recommended ges. The trustees of the University that the land be held until it was accepted this condition and these More valuable and it is supposed students have their expenses reduced that a like sum will be realized from about ?50 annually its future Sale. This is one of the a. Smith was a great believer greatest bequests Ever received Kyjin education and with that in View the University. The state Legisla by his will gave Williamsport ?25,-Ture of 1913 was so highly pleased too and provided for the construct with the magnificent donation that tion of a centralized school in Liber it unanimously passed a Law release to township Warren county at a ing the bequest from taxation during Cost of ,s25,000. This school was the construction period of the buil built at Judy Ille in that county and Ding and also passed unanimously a constitutes a Grade school and High joint Resolution of thanks and a school with an attendance of 150. Precia tion for the donation. I pupils. The University trustees determined that a Dairy building was i schools have greatest need of the University Parent Par Horti a or a school of agriculture and determined Paul get teachers club to expend the $50 000 for that Pur i Is Jie of Tjie disagreeable weath pose and to name the building Smith Quot a ,., a number of it erected Neonile met Hall in Honor of the a donor of Peuplie met i school House Friday afternoon Luna. The building is located on the i Quot ter enjoying the armistice Dav South halt of the Campus fronting. c., ,.1 a program Given by mrs. Hamilton s state Street and is used exclusively ,. ,. I pupils they proceeded to re organize by students taking courses m Dairy Parent teachers club ing and in administration of various a. To state act,, concerned of \ so Dar. Business. , a was the ,0, a a e it Quot placed entirely by the University so a. A that the fund could be used entirely Ivi. O to a for the building. Smith Hall is j Zzz Quot r most Superior Dairy building con a Quot presi necked with any University in the country. Nebraska possibly has a larger building but none compare with Smith Hall in equipment and facilities. From this building goes you served your country loyally j during the world War. I if you have any disability no mat o ter How slight which can be i to that service you should file it i claim and make a record of it even o next thursday being thanksgivi o a though you Are not asking for any o ing Day there will be no Rural o Laid from the government at present. O deliveries for this reason we o if you Are now receiving govern o will move up our press Day one o in int Aid of any sort and think you j o Day earlier so As to Send out our o j Are entitled to More claim for paper on . Then too o same should be made at once. O who Cine Lori is in our Ohice de Quot o in order that every service Man in o set i to to have a full Day Oft on o Warren county shall receive Quick a o thanksgiving and this would o a everything to which he is entitled. 20 that the thanksgiving meeting. Come and hear them. Rev. Hoot of Williamsport preached at the presbyterian Church in Marshfield sunday evening. S. M. Frame of Williamsport attended the services at the presbyterian Church at West Lebanon monday i evening. Of i a it i months old but gets the paper regularly each week it not he possible it ave issued our o because of nov disability or in tneia paper on the regular Day o Derrick at the Oil Well at w. Case of death that his relatives May o advertisers will have the add a dismantled for re receive All Thev should the govern o Vantage in this Way of get oiment is sending to Lafayette de o ting their final thanksgiving a William Lowe a resident of Cov Cevher st to 13th inclusive a squad j o announcement before Prospect of Quot it. Elizabeth s Hospi-01 eight men representing various j a tic buyers in time to enable of saturday night in Danville 111. I bureaus for the express purpose of o them to Avail themselves of bar o a Quot Quot Sale of Veedersburg. It it gains ordered for thanksgiving o Friday afternoon. I o Rea ions will also have in news o Quot is a As 70 years old and o throng us the review Republic o quickly investigating claims and effecting an immediate settlement. Therefore if you have any claim of any kind or if there is any possible air o can so they will be Able to Dis o to of your Ever having one or if you Are dissatisfied in any Way with what is being done for you now you should make your wants known to the red Cross Secretary who will take your Case up with the squad. Every Man who is in need of a medical examination will be furnished transportation to and from the squad. This is your Opportunity to secure from your government everything to which you Are entitled. Do not Overlook it. Eva Moore. A Surprise party Dent mrs. H. B. Eiwood Secretary. Mrs. Lona Shannon was elected treasurer. The organizations wants it thoroughly understood that the membership is not limited to parents out annually the famous Dairy trains or teachers Only but everyone who which carry to the Farmers of the has the interest and welfare of Chil state the information essential in Dren and schools at heart is urgent the Dairy cattle and milk Industry of by invited to come to the meetings the state. From this building is con and co operate with them in working trolled All the milk testing work of j for the improvement of our school the state and the never ending Cam j buildings and equipment pain for better Dairy cows and bet a Surprise party was Given in Honor of or. And mrs. L. W. Bowlus on tuesday evening nov. 15, 1921. The conium into has been trying to pull a Sti Pirse party on them for some time and succeed this time the third time is the Charm. Mrs. Jane Sipes was the organizer. It was an Oyster supper in general with lots of oysters. The following were present mrs. Jane Sipes or. And mrs. Fred Bowman and family or. And mrs. Clarence Brenner and son James or. And mrs. Farr Butler and son Gerald or. And mrs. Clarence Zin Ner or and mrs. Walter Balser and family or. And mrs. Tom Marsh and family or. And mrs. John Bowlus and Madge Bowlus Bill Sipes George Howard mrs. Mary Brown Bowlus and or. And mrs. Warren Sipes of Columbus ind., who Are visiting Here. About 9 30 of sters and crackers with the rest of the trimmings that go with it were served. Clarence Brenner and Bill Sipes were champions at Oyster eating. The evening was spent in playing cards. Cigars were served after supper. O Russ them with their friends o o with whom they Are % visiting. O Road machine Demontra _ tion tuesday successful services at presbyterian Church ter methods in the milk Industry continually goes Forward from this institution and covers the state. In the last ten years the number of Farmers and dealers using Cream separators has increased at least 100 per cent the average annual butter fat production of the Dairy cows of the state has increased from 140 pounds to 160 pounds and the number of pure bred Dairy cattle has increased from a few thousand to 21-Llo. There is installed in Smith Hall a Complete butter making Plant from which the famous Purdue butter comes. There is also installed extensive and modern laboratories where constant investigation is going Forward for the improvement of them ilk butter ice Cream condensed milk and other Allied products and the institution and its staff have acquired a National reputation in their line. Smith Hall in addition to the Creamery and laboratories is also equipped with numerous lecture. Lemontrati6n and recitation rooms for the use of the staff and students. Annii ally there Are about 400 Stu first methodist episcopal Church on next sunday night there will be Union services at the presbyterian Church at 7 30 o clock at which Rev. A. V. Babbs by invitation will deliver the annual thanksgiving Sermon. This is by vote of both congregation. Since services on thanksgiving morning have ceased to be Well attended. The theme will be Quot our causes for the Public is freely invited to attend. Morning theme at 10 30 Quot the parable of the sower and the sunday school 9 30 a. M. Epworth league at six p. M. Adjournment at 6 45 to attend thanksgiving service. The presbyterian Church will have morning and evening Church services sunday. The pastor will preach a thanksgiving Sermon sunday morning. Union thanksgiving services on sunday night. Remember the sunday school session at 9 30 in the morning. Special thanksgiving program to be Given besides the study of the lesson. Young people s service at 6 00 p. M. To be led by Edna Painter. The topic the goodness of god. An invitation is extended to All to attend the Christian Endeavor at the presbyterian Church. The meetings Are Good with an average attendance of Between 30 and 40. Come next sunday night and see for yourself. The course of entertainments to be Given by the Dennis lyceum Bureau at the presbyterian Church has been cancelled owing to the difficulty of the Sale of season tickets which the local committee encountered. Rev. W. F. Hoot pastor. Much interest was Arroush in those that saw the Quot Road Razer Quot demonstration tuesday afternoon. The Bush Hill on the West Lebanon Road was selected because of the Many rocks in the gravel and general roughness of the Road at this place. A few rounds with the machine Tore up the rocks and the Blades levelled Down the Loose Grael which made it about As smooth and even As a hard surfaced Road. This machine known As the Road Razer Quot has Only been on the Market about one year and is now said to be in use in sacral ind it aia junkies and in Michigan Ohio and Illinois. The surprising thing about its operation is the ease with which it is handled As it can be turned completely around in much smaller space than a team of horses and much More quickly. It travels at the rate of about three Miles per hour when working at full capacity which enables one Man to level As much Road in a Day As could be done by four or five men with teams or trucks. The machine is built by the Avery company and has the same engine they have in their trucks and tractors. No doubt the future main ten had been a minister for 45 years. 1 the Hoagland Coal co. Will Deli Jer Block Coal for $6.50. Leave All orders with Dan Tague Williamsport. 6tl the funeral was conducted monday at the United Brethren Church. Mrs. Bert storm of Marshfield is one of his daughters. Mrs. Carl Routzahn and mrs. Fred Bone Brake of Marshfield were calling on friends wednesday evening. Or. And mrs. Messmore of Marshfield attended the show at the Banner theatre saturday evening. Or. Walter Williams was a Marshfield caller Friday. The Clover Leaf class of the Christian Church were entertained by miss Mathis Friday evening All reported a Good time. A Little girl arrived at the Home of or. And mrs Herbert Hilkey of Detroit Michigan nov. 7, 1921,she will go by the name of Gladys mar Jorie. Mrs. Hilkey was former miss Dortha Wood daughter of or. And mrs. Fletch Wood of West Lebanon. The presbyterian Church started a two weeks meeting at West Lebanon last sunday. Owing to. The illness in his family Rev. Roland who was to conduct the meetings was unable to come at present. Rev. Clark preached sunday morning and evening. As he was called away to preach a funeral Rev. Post of state line preached monday evening and Rev. Hoot of Williamsport preached tuesday evening. They have secured or. L. T. Bui Nett of Chicago who has charge of the singing. He has Ance of our gravel roads and City streets will require a machine of this organized a com ind. Joel d. Sutton has been in i in ale chorus. There Are 16 Strumental in etting this machine Here and having a Man Here to demonstrate it. Local b. B. Team it defeats Veedersburg the Independent Basket Ball team of Williamsport won a Victory Over the fast Veedersburg team on the local floor wednesday evening. The game was a real one As the visitors were real Quot scrappers Quot and allowed our local boys a Lead of Only one Point the final score being 31 to 30. Although just organized with Only a few evenings practice the Williamsport boys showed endurance team work and skill which bespeaks Success for them this season. The following was the line up Williamsport Veedersburg Sexton forwards Bogan Phillips forwards Leshook g. Stewart Center guards guards subs. Subs. Sub. Yelton j. Stewart Vanmeter Hunter Farmer Crane Lockwood Hall Bonebrake Stucker men members of the quartet. If you Don t attend the meeting you will miss a great treat. Owing to the bad weather Friday Only a few ladies ventured out to the Methuselah club meeting which was held at mrs. Ned Mccabe s Home. The election of officers was postponed and that matter will be taken up at another Date. Thei a will be no meeting of the club this week. A recess being taken until after thanksgiving. The girls West minister Guild of the presbyterian Church were delightfully entertained at the Home of miss Clara Louise Haun wednesday Evenin. Three new members were taken into the club. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Mckinzie and Little son of Clinton ind., spent sunday with mrs. Mckinzie s parents or. And mrs. V. P. Smith and family. The review Republican is proud of the distinction of having a subscriber Only 6 months old. Lowell Vern Hogue whose picture appears above is a regular paid up subscriber the Label on his paper Reading october 1, 1922. He is the son of or. And mrs. Rene Anderson of Prairie township. His grandparents or and mrs. Quintus Quot Whit Quot Anderson Are Well known residents of the county and All Are anxious that the Youthful Steps of Young Lowell be guided aright and a therefore enrolling him at this Early age in the review Republican family. Lowell has a great or at Uncle Perry b. Anderson a civil War Veteran 77 years of age and at his suggestion Lowell was made a subscriber of the review Republican. Among the Many subscriptions we were favored with during Home town paper week last week none Are appreciated quite As much As that of Lowell Vern Hogue 6 months old. We take pleasure in running the Cut this week of our baby subscriber for we feel sure there is not another newspaper in the country having such a novel feature. Quot train up a child in the Way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it Quot we Trust in this Case will assure a life Long member of our family of readers and a staunch supporter of the civic economic moral and political principles for which the review Republican stands and which it endeavours to disseminate among the Public. Steuben twp. Farmers Melet the Steuben twp. Farmers association will meet at the school House in Marshfield on Friday evening nov. 18th, at 7 30 p. M. Refreshment will be served and a Good program is on. Ray Chandler legion meeting All legion members Are requested to turn out for the meeting to be held on monday night nov. 21, at legion head it quarters. Some very important business will be taken up at this meeting and it is urgently requested that All members attend. A Joe e. Lewis Post Coni Mander real estate Transfer Jacob ringer of Williamsport was calling in Attica monday. By John held abstracted. Annie m. Darlings to Frank l. Messner and wife warranty deed for property in Williamsport dated sept. 9, 1921�?$266.66. Charles w. Amos and wife to Charles d. Holtz and wife warranty deed for property in West Lebanon Date nov. 5. 1921�?$300.00. Robert e. Cottingham it. Al. Trustees of Union Church of Warren co Unity Indiana to William o. Little warranty deed for 1 acre of land in Adams township dated november 7, 1921�?$75.00. W. Ross French and wife to Mary p. Weed warranty deed for property in West Lebanon dated nov. 10, 1921�?$3.000.00.dream lore. To dream you Are at the Equator a rifles an abundance of the Neces titles of life. To Farmers it is a goo Ltd Omen As it promises Good weather and Fine crops. To merchants it foretells a decrease in business. To Cross the a Nator in a ship riches if the ship the North bound poverty if South bound. To see a line where the Equator is denotes Good business qualify tit tons Sucre o commercial Ufa Over Power night watchman and wreck a printing Plant try a for Job plat Las. English cattle importation. The importation of horned Catt from Ireland and Scotland to England was prohibited a Gay Law in 1663, but Latar the Law was repealed and the importations were very Large but not until 1842 did England receive importations of cattle from foreign Counti Iee and until 1846 levied a con Ltd in durable tax on each animal in of prod. Lot or stolen Large White and Black spotted hound with crooked tail. Disappeared nov. 9. $10.00 Reward for any information leading to his recovery. 6tlfp or. Ford Pence ind. Following election of Frank Callahan Independent As mayor of East Chicago in a City election tuesday four masked men broke into the twin City Sentinel newspaper office at 3 o clock wednesday morning overpowered the night watchman Albert Rhodes and wrecked the printing press Linotype and various other equipment. The intruders gained Entrance to the Plant through a rear basement door and widow and ordered the watchman to sit Down while they unmasked and went on their Way of destruction. The damage is estimated to be Between $9,000 and $20,000. An automatic printing machine of a press association recently put in also was wrecked presumably by a Sledge Hammer or some other heavy Blunt instrument. The Sentinel a recently organized publication was supporting John a Reppa Republican candidate for mayor who was Defeated by Callahan by More than a thousand votes. The feeling ran High All through the race and in a final Effort to main Tain order Reppa appealed to the state government at Indianapolis for Protection. Major a. P. Melton of the Indiana National guard was ordered to East Chicago yesterday for this purpose but no signs of disorder prevailed until to lib wrecking of the Sentinel Plant. Ada in this paper always pay. I i. A i

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