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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 29, 1917, Williamsport, Indiana Review Republican new series vol. , Warher is county Pothana thursday love tree 29, 1917. Litu Bee 0 the seed Corn it be called quot the Lincoln division. How the name Best known of All jul citation Rah american names to europeans 1 u a i Lui Dau i land upon the arrival of the boys i from Camp Zachary Taylor at the government Man works in county front. How it would Echo through Hunting mature Cern for t 5ee�. Out Europe. Quot the Lincoln division quot dispatched across the Atlantic to strike a blow for Freedom and demo Cracy quot the Lincoln division quot at i the Gates of the Hun in response to or. Palin finished three Days work he sentiment of civilized Europe i in the county last week locating Well voiced in Kipling s Battle cry quot the matured seed Corn. In Many com Jun is at the i unities in Indiana Farmers will quot the Lincoln division quot has the have no seed for next year due to a ight sound. It Cleaves the air like the late season and Early Frost. In Lance. In form neither too Short this county or. Palin reports that i a for too Long and in meaning Broad i the conditions Are just As bad As enough to cover the purpose of America s soldiers in Europe it would be to our allies a blazoned Banner of americanism. To the men and officers of the 84th division they can be. Less than one Bushel of matured or Corn fit for seed was found and it will ruin if not cared for. He has found that the following Ould be inspiration sufficient to have Well matured Corn from which Gend them quot Over the top quot with a Good seed May be selected punch that would awaken the envy Mary Bowlus Jesse Pugh Harry of the Brilliant canadians and aus Fletcher Arnet Byers f. R. Pence j Tralins who have won the Admira robs a. Butler Abe Auter James Keister Arba Brutus Charles f. Tion of the world by the style of their fighting As units of the Allied Lowe Jacob sniffer William Bren armies. It would mean More and Ner Ciarence Brenner Franklin be known More widely than quot the Clark John Chambers Sim Booth j Rainbow we. Balser Harry Flesher old and i quot the Lincoln division quot it is Geo new vim. Martindale old corny graphically. Quot the Lincoln division quot Harry Lowe. The following have been selected As seed Cor i Council for the county de. S. Hobart president f. L. Clark vice president Rae Fleming Secretary f. R. Pence or. Seger Hal Chandler w. H. Brenner and Arnet Byer. Or. Palin urges Farmers who do a in after it. Not have seed to secure same from one 01 the above named men or others who May have matured seed it should be officially. The 84th is trained in Kentucky by Gen Hale who is from Illinois. There is not a Man at Camp Zachary Taylor who would not be proud of the designation. Has anyone elsewhere any argument against it if so let him 1 throw his hat into the ring and jump son Corn causes deny Farmers who have started to har Vest crop compelled to go very slowly contains much Vater returns to . J a edding Bells Max Long and family will return the marriage of miss Nelle Cronk to Williamsport to reside and have Hite and Earl Watkins of West Leb int emotional entries smash All records Revei sing the season s precedent Street. Or. Long has spent the past three years in the East where he has live Stock exposition show a mat Erial increase Over previous years the effect is lasting rented the butt property on second j anon ind., occurred saturday nov-1 entries for the 1917 Ember 17, 1917 at Attica ind., Rev Jackman performing the ceremony been employed in some of the larg-1 that bound them for life. Mrs. Wat-1 for the quot firs time in the history of est Auto factories in the world. He Kins is an accomplished Young j Enterprise expansion is Neces has received his diploma As an elec-1 woman the daughter of Leroy i Gry and More space will be needed hurry and get it All out and Shell it trial Auto Engineer and his work Cronkhite of the u. S. A. And the a use exhibits immediately but the elevator Man j although the weather has been i Ideal the past week for husking Many Farmers who have begun to Harvest this season s crop have been compelled to give it up on account of the vast amount of soft wet Corn to be found throughout the Fields. Farmers who have cribbed several Hundred bushels Are removing the Corn from the cribs and scattering it around in the lots in order that it might dry out a Little. The Farmer who harvests his Corn with care sorting the dry Corn and leaving out the soft will be the farm i or who will get the Price for the i Grain because his Corn will make i the required Grade. Carelessness will Only result in losing More of j the crop than already damaged by the Early frosts. Reports come from various parts of the Corn Belt that from 20 to 50 per cent of the Corn is soft and unfit i to crib. Most Farmers think that it will be no better and that it will Only i rot if left in the Field. Even so better leave it a Little longer give it a i Chance to dry out instead of paying International i Busker 6 cents a Bushel to get it into the cab to have it spoil and eventually be tii rown out and burned. Another Farmer thinks he can. As soon As possible. Most of these i judge Berry is one of the Best ex-1 daughter of mrs. Hannah quot a quot the great drive to increase food i cannot take soft Corn even though men Are not equipped for storing temp pm Vaneous speakers in this coun-1 construction and repair of starry with whom she lived. She i Gap a a Egge Tiai i a a a the it is shelled and the Man that Sells War the live Stock Industry fully any Large amount of seed. Every Farmer can find a place where he can store enough seed for his own to. He not Only clinches his Points i in Good language but he impresses i his hearers with the feeling that his automobiles. He will take charge has Many friends who wish for her it on his own Hook will Only get 30 of the repair work at the Mcferren a Happy wedded life. Or. Watkins the v ,. A j i garage which will give the owner use where it win dry properly before that growing concern an added partner of or. Davis in a heavy freeze. House Don t let it freeze. Doubt i speech less there is some Good seed county that was not located. If Ture Many i West Lebanon. He is an honorable take it into the i a Long Way in making an effective there Are Many eloquent at to a i a u to. I or. Mcferren is making in the i speakers who never reach the hear pm Anges in the and exemplary Young Man. Many you eel that i Ujj everything showers Are now being Given the fitted up for storage when cold i Bride As she is very popular among the younger set. I we bespeak for them a Happy fun killed in Peru car Way a Friend. I realizes its responsibility and the 45 cents per Bushel for it. Groom is the lib tej National live Stock exposition naturally if. One Farmer keeps the Furni j ich As usual will be held during i and undertaking business in the first week in december i of their audience there is this should be reported to i they have studied the part As a cold de. S. Hobart president. Ministers i proposition to sustain their position i a her arrives Bankers Grain dealers in fact every j a patriots or orators and when the one should assist the local distribut-1 quot sic of their oration has passed its ing Agency in notifying Farmers j effect goes with it. But when men where they can get their seed Corn i the judge Berry stamp talk to Isaac Owens of Homer 111., lost a for next year s crop. Everybody i straight from honest convict j valuable cow recently through a should urge the importance of get tons the effect is lasting for the Peculiar Accident. Or. Owens had Ting the seed this fall. I Sood of the cause they if there should be any Farmer or Tribune. Is performing its part. More cattle hogs and sheep at Chicago the first of december mean stimulation of the Industry. Enthusiasm among showmen will be married monday. John Fritz 26 of Attica and Gol been cutting Corn stalks with a ski i i Lowe 18, who has been staying Cutter and left the machine at the i the Charles st. John in this place. Husking his neighbors will think that if he can Husk and crib the Corn they can too but the Man that takes the greatest care in separating the dry Corn and the soft Corn this yer will be far Richer in the end than the Farmer who boasts that he was who cannot obtain enough Good seed this fall write to the Extension department of Purdue University is. Stella May Smoot wife of Lafayette India a who will endear Jhn Huston Smoot died at 3 30 or to put Hun m touch with some lock Friday morning at the fam Farmer who has a residence in Danville after a Long Side of a Fence. The cow tried to in marriage monday by former resident dead i through the Fence to her calf on John e Mccloud. This is the i Urmer Ive Spaeni Queaa second marriage for each the form the other Side when a dog came. She com securing his divorce in 1916, and the latter last May. The Groom is reflected in commercial circles. It j the first Man in the Community to will be the show of former years j finish the vim and Energy created by a a r the War situation which has Stimus Village evens count lated the breeders of the United Defeated earlier m the season by states to added Effort. I Hammond at Lafayette Pine Vii the increase in entries at the quot in luge sunday overwhelmed the state ter National quot is Gratifying As other line town on its own Gridiron and live Stock displays of the season won decisively 21 to 6. The game were deficient in this respect. Prac-1 was never in doubt after full Back tidally All of them showed contract i Dick King of Harvard scored a of i touchdown in the first five minutes to Liberty Bond buyers. I illness with a leases. She was a daughter in spite of the efforts of the treas i is and Margaret Sidden Coon Jug Ury department and the Bureau of i was born in state line june 12, engraving at Washington to keep i 1889, and came to Illinois at the age Pace with the demand for Bonds j years. She was United in they have so far been Able to fill i marriage to j. H. Smoot july 25, Only a limited proportion of the i and was the Mother of four requisitions. It is therefore impose i children one son and three Daugh sible to indicate definite dates for i ers. The son and one of the Daugh along and barked at to blk away from the Dos the the Groom is tion in display and subsidence a and sked nto to the son of John Fritz a Farmer near Energy. Of play on a series of line smashes. The Cutter seved the International live Stock sex Mccartney ran Twenty five Yards the Cutter sever my one leg comple a a. He great i for a touchdown m the second per complication of Dis a Eirand the other partly through i cd Thornton to Ca. The animal had to be deliveries. I ters preceded the Mother in death. Many of the subscribers Are not there also survives a brother and a accustomed to purchasing Bonds sister and perhaps do not understand Why delivery should be delayed. The funeral services were held sunday afternoon at 2 o clock from the x local Banks have besieged with family residence 1101 North Collett inquiries but can give no further Street and the interment was made information than is Given above. I at Greenwood cemetery. Faroo is actress coming. Movie fans be delighted to hear that the Farious actress Fanny Ward wiil appear at the Princess theatre to Morrow Friday night in the great Paramount production quot a school for it is said that the costumes worn by miss Ward in this play Are the most elaborate Ever shown on the screen. The play is Given under the auspices of the w. H. S. Junior class the proceeds to go to the red Cross and y. M. C. A. Fund. Don t fail to attend and see an extra Strong play. Est the world has Ever seen. Herds civil service examination. And flocks not usually in the Lime an examination for fourth class Light will be represented on the tan postmaster will be held at Danville bark and the Best the country pos-111., on january 12, 1918, to fill the senses of the Equine Bovine porcine vacancy at Pence. The Bompensa and ovine species will be in evidence. Tion at that office was $292 last Blanks and full Informa-1 will Divide proceeds a tion can be secured from the Pence Post office or from the u. S. Cml Dation has made an offer to the red service d. C. Commission Washington poverty social there will be a quot poverty social quot at Locust Grove Church saturday night november 31. To be in keeping with conservation times every a approx ria. Name j notice of meeting. The eighty fourth division of the All members and those interested k. Of p. District meeting. Ing will be compelled to pay a Fine. National army quartered at Camp in the welfare and up keep of the the annual meeting of k. Of p s the eats will be. In keeping with Zachary Taylor made up of men Christian Church of Williamsport for the District composed of foun the rest of the program. A prize from Indiana Illinois and Kentucky Are earnestly requested to be pros i Tain and Warren counties will be i will be Given to the ones wearing three states with which Lincoln is ent at a business meeting in that held at West Lebanon on tuesday uhe ragged est costume. Everyone especially identified is without a Church Friday night november 30, i december 11, 1917. I is invited to join us in having a Jolly name. It has been suggested that at 7 30 o clock. I Harry Lowe d. D. Good time. Cross society to donate half of the net proceeds this year to the cause provided the society will furnish a doorkeeper. This is a Liberal and patriotic offer on the part of the association and will probably be the Means of drawing Many people to the show this year who have never attended before. The 1918 show opens monday dec. 31,-and closes on saturday Jan. 5. Ford for Sale. I Ord roadster 1917 Model in excellent condition. Frank l. Messner. Iod and just before the end of play Bacon intercepted a for Ard pass by Driscoll and ran thirty five Yards for a touchdown. Driscoll made Hammond s touchdown in the last period. Hammond showed a Complete reversal of form. Hammond and Pine Village Are now tied for leadership of the Indiana professional league. Hammond attributes its defeat to injuries received a week Spud growers Farmers and potato growers in Indiana Are advised in a statement issued today by state food administrator h. E. Barnard not to hold their potatoes for High prices in the Spring. He Points out that this year s crop is the biggest in the history of the country and that a big drop in prices is due in the Spring rather than an increase. For sale�?50 barred Rock . Want to sell at once. We. M. Hamilton

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