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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 29, 1923, Williamsport, Indiana 1/ Vvan ii to y b Jurij 20 quot new so sri a Voli in a �z0 to. \v1 , a Ort 1 Taxa. Avni cd iii to of Price $1.50 i Eil a Yin a Christmas in Wink import Ekin i at Coull l k to Hdavid esl its is a Jug col Vav vat i 4i important. My Erizik h Moi lax payer s was in a lii House us urdu and ill the o org iii Avion i a h Indiana tax pay Frank Goodwin Idem of rne local i. A i Nadif was Idi iia a id win. A Tail i to us to Suity unit ii s Assi quot al ii. Iwas Elf curl Pilot j Urgani Zavion a. I clips. vice prot i vid pro acid Liv Wiliiam Decora s a a card s oud us my Otili Clu i i quot on v i i s Art Piai a by ing in Erini s a i o Ryhana approx in al of in cil i a in play 01-1--, y uis d in a Lari 01 1-. King so to Asur to a Indiana quot i a payers tion Lias ill idea Liquari a a Chis a a in a Mansur Aud a Roin a sin offic i in via p Eny. Ile is Crawfor Duvillo years of land dui ing i Tinl used wit i lieu \. Via a a ii Hiu Lili al Ivic for a Ron lia./. it re Ridini 1 it. Of and a Munib of c ii Cann Nood of lax re of in will find i stocks to Cecaci. A Roni. Lias a car Dwarf stores a a Nitri store. Litre shoe stores twin so Elty Siores a department Giorc of grocery stores. I a in Stoi i. A vet by s Ore Shrei Resi iii Ains. Elk cd real such l. A la of quot a Rooni a Lia k y. i in a i to a Oiin. Be Pai a j a a s e. Fot sex st n i lira my shops Sale Nii Llin Ood . We l Are i shop is a Leiis. Iwo a is a har Sioss Jailil Lias Champion d this Ever since. Init. Enle Lold his audience Fai tile court House saturday in ii in tier to gel a red Cuen in faxes was necessary to lip Ilie coins missioners keep i Roni i sary and Ilia Cyuas ind a rain Levatin Vav a Iole Hoa Iione. Frei co Nio Nunn. It work e i 1. County Niilus i heu i Bill conus up in thi Ile Gislaug a. To assure the Iochai nic in a Bers that he Nied not under the a party whip to vol. For ii Eins Wahidi lie knows Art. and Nii i necessary. To this end . Engie urged the necessity of county organizations in each comity of the slate with a membership Large enough so i that members of the legislature who wanted Economy had Assurance Fiat the a a folks Back Home quot were with them. Ele Stansbury spoke of the importance of keeping the matter tax Reform away from partisan pc Tice. He commended the pers it Unel of the men who were leading in the state organization and that it through a non partisan Organiza tion that we might Hope for Relief rom the Burden of taxation j James n. I Rhode spoke of the efforts the farm Bureau had been making in behalf of tax Reform and the Hope that this new Fino Vemont would supplement their efforts. Victor h. Ringer emphasized the i importance of a definite program a fair the animation. One of like Lack lii ight a a. The Static h v. Shoi Carni Poul Irv Yards Illg a iii. Hom scr s shop. I of a Rafiu. Williamsport is we Pard to take Cai of Ina shot i a Erst so Ion i i ure a in and. Dal Vili. ,. A Ila a Dzing m and l ludic 11 Pri Irist. A by Walter Green ought live in a land that is Young and Strong of Why should i be thankful i live in the land where the Lusty song of the builder s Hammer All Day Long brings the doing of dreams to the ears of the throng of Why should ive in a land where t of Why should i Bei be thankful Lere s room to grow .,-1______�>__ 1 o a Lanfu Newt i Obei l i Rairie of the unexpected Dot Arl of c. Ottenstein a Well known township Farmer was Ceivia d by friends tuesday Evi a iii. ?.r. Hottenstein was hastily taken to the Home Hospital at Lai Ayotte on tues May Aiti noon tor an operation for constricted bowels. He Arr veil at the Hospital at .0 1" p. M., and died at 5 50 o clock just quot a nine be. A flu arriving at the Hospital. His Only surviving brother. E. L. Hot knit iii. Of , arrived at the Hospital Only a few minutes a fair his air Oiler s death. The body was taken Bick to tin Lionie in Prairie 1ov>-Nship tuesday evening. Fungi Aires will lie con cited from the family residence is Oil 0 i a to Hill Lakian Axi act ail it la is al a Umil Sel of Lex to is Jiaxi slice if Avis Rutcher and members of the Green Hill horse thief defective ass n captured a distil Sun i live in the land Whei a the winds May blow for mighty Miles Over Mountain Snow Ere they wet Down the seed of vast Valley below Jyh Why should i be thankful Ieuka prov a will cemetery. Moste cry Reed linear in at 11 m id quot i o clock a a nor a. Trove. Xii need Aci oui ii of of air. Hoti Enstein our Issue next week the Wiltil theil he Altai Kou ghii..ex am i Ishver m a of Sliv and of Sun and rain should i be thankful a a live in the land where the Golden Grain pours from the sheaves of the far Flung Pam for the need of the world pain lie-th., and veil to it pleasure Ayr. Tiie Small i Roperia Nwider and j the Farmis hold the key to a solution of most of our tax ii Rebenis. It has b i n demonstrated that through of Why should i be thankful and that is set apart ivern a of i Pointa of a tax Board another Ali Jib ill in the legislature and another a Economy in local affairs. . Rieur Ger pointed out that much of the present Burden of taxation was to the increased expenditures i oad building and maintenance ithe enormous Cost of school s the present time. Owing to the Busy season of Farmers not Many were present at the meeting. However i to. Englc suggested that a eed to form a jag those present pro permanent Organiza icon which was done. A committee will report a Constitution and by Laws at the next meeting but this it iwas suggested should be in conformity to those recon it ended by the state organization so there would be uniformity in the different counties. The next meeting will be at the Call of the president which . Goodwine said would be soon. J the dues for membership will be uniformly $1.00 All of which fund Mcmains with the local organization. A county wide canvass will be made for members As the strength of the organization depends largely on its University. There was a very a Verible response of those present at the meeting saturday to join the animation. The following is a list of the members to Date i tax Ash s Memi veils f. A. Beckett Covington. Route a. H. H. Bertrand Williamsport. Mrs h. H Bertrand Williamsport. V. G Broadie Williamsport Joseph Cline Attica route 5. .1. B. Campbell Williamsport a. 1. Irs. H. B Campbell in v Cole Williamf sport. Horace h. Day quot quot Gus Fletcher Boswell. F. J. Goodwine West Lebanon. Mrs. F. J. Goodwine Warren Mankey Williamsport j. E. Moffit a. J. Miller Tab Indiana. In. Mccoskey Williamsport. Review Republican Williamsport. Victor n. Ringer Iwillia a. I Sger n. Rhod Attica. Mrs. L. T. Slauter Williamsport. Ble Stansbury Ora Thomason a. J. Winger others May join by sending their names and $1.00 to we. R. Ringer of Williamsport who is the Perraza inst treasurer and their names will be added to Tho list. The Indiana taxpayers although Only about two months old is at i tracing state wide attention. Present Lalifi a quarters Are in the Hume Mansur building in Indianapolis. Such Mem quot in Reship As it has now has been recruit voluntarily but it expects to have u membership of 7 5,-000 in a year that in two years nearly one four tili of the Esti timoted present total taxpayers in. The state. The great Middle organization they can accomplish much toward revising taxes downward. This is what this association expect to do. It is common knowledge that tax rates have Lieen steadily mounting until today the solution of the tax problem constitutes one of the gravest questions confronting the people. But a few year ago the total of taxes collected in Indiana was 84 5.0 0,000 today it is ?115,-000,000. It is planned to organize in every county in the state making the county unit. All membership fees will be reserved to the local organization for its own work. The membership has been made purposely Low .-00 annually to attract As a num Ler of persons who Are interested in cutting taxes. The organization is strictly non in Risian and will remain so. For Nisi governor Durbin is president. The officers a quot the 0. Gardner of appropriation f a a a a a Anapolis measurer . Harry ivies be Secretary biome of tin members of the executive Committie arc l red Simms Tosei ii c. Cravens i rank o. Stalleer Raymond c. Lorgan a. Ii All Well known and prominent men of the state. This is the Best movement that in Ever a Een started in the state looking toward the reduction of taxi And if it is properly supported it will accomplish much Good. The taxpayer has never been properly represented when there was Public mon a to spend. The Only Way to reduce taxes in to Stop the vast expenditure of Public funds. Every taxpayer in Warren county should get behind this movement and give it his Hearty support. It is the Only Way that Relief can be had from the present Burden of High , Why should i be thankful i live in the land of the even Start where none need fail if he does his part and the Worth of a Man is the strength of his heart god keep me always thankful new country club being proposed m b ho�1e will in a erected if so Fri Ciet in test can he use for Aud at the a a a Clear Cut description of the various membership plans. Members of the committee will visit the various surrounding towns i the week of the drive to receive plans of the committee in charge from any who Are interested of the membership drive for the new tie tune and place which the com country club Leive open iii be will be in the various Nae Perl cute d the child health ing heh Init it a the auspices a if i Oard of heal tii Hilt a met with fair Cee ,. Rat Ion in Warren county. I he Ai of rhe staff Vei Kin o examine All clip Khz a und it al 01 age. Careful tili Ysreal fax Uini Civian of such cli Ildren is Imp aug As ii is the Chiet Nieli Iod of gaining information concerning their health. In some localities the people Hail a Milf alien idea that the Torii was examination of school children. A yet there has been appropriation made for that purpose. Work began november 2 2. In Tab where 20 children were examined. In Rainsville 9 were examined Pitie Village it Green Hill 17 and ind timid eng 14. This work to be continued until dec. G. The program is As follows nov. 30, Lud Yville dec. 1, West Lebanon dec. 3, Pence dec. 4, Marshfield dec. 5, state line and dec. Foster. There Are two staffs in Indiana doing this kind of work which Are staff a. And The personnel includes . Arthur Ingliss Hancock. N., miss Clay. Clerk and i a. Smith exhibit director dim innately persons in will please invited to the clul.1 a. To towns and announced later the surrounding understand that pledge in the proposition joining Attica be solutions of respect whereas it has pleased our heavenly father to a move from the living among us on november 1, 1923. Homer Mccarty a neighbourhood Friend Aud brother in our Organiza tion and whereas he was Ever delighted in relieving the Crie it of the distressed and helpful in time of need and whereas we Are deeply touched in the removal of this faithful brother be it therefore resolved that the Williamsport horse their detective association no. 110 of Williamsport ind., in Testin Iony of our loss tender to the family of our deceased brother our sincere condolence in this time of affliction and that a copy of the paper containing these resolutions be sent to the family. De Hobart .1. W. Covalt committee. I will Jib j no l All i co i i try i they arc i ski to a is open w-11 As to the of Tiea itself. I the Niue atm idea. Union i y thu c Jin Mittee was the Harrison Hills 1 country club and this a will no doubt be the per Mach it designation for the organization. H. S. Notes of tax Kenneth b., the 13 year old son of . And mrs. Lawrence Wilson of near five Points broke his wrist a while cranking a machine. . Quot Filton was called and he is getting along nicely. Miss Anna Dalton spent the weekend with miss Christian Deboard of West Lebanon annual Chicken dinner the presbyterian ladies will hold their an Ual Christmas Bazaar and Chicken dinner and supper at the Van Reed sales rooms in Williamsport saturday dec. 8, come and get a real feed. The committee. 8t2 of Agtuca have Ocein to Sacii extent that details can a cow be Given out. A second meeting f this committee has now la a a ill Anil d it Fin if a uni has be a Agre gtd upon. i previously announced the Oli a i of i i Mou of i is to solicit membership for the new club and if one Hundred More members can lie is cured to accept . .1. V har i Ison s proposal to the Community. In Brief. In. Harrison s i proposition is to build a Golf coarse and a new _ club House on the quot Syndicate quot land a t _ a a _ which adjoins Attica on the South a will�zam8p0rt East if a Chib of at least one Inni dred members can be organized to maintain the grounds and club House. This Ommittee Lias undertaken the work of taking a pledges for a new club and As soon As the required number of members Are secured a country club .ganization twill be formed. J the drive for membership will last hut one week december 3rd to december st inclusive and the com Mittee is confident that the proposition con be quot put Over quot in this length of time in fact a much enthusiasm has already beef shown Over the pro Jiosi tion that a whole week May not be necessary to the required number of Niembro ships. The plan of the. Committee is to i take pledges for resident member-1 ships within a radius of 20 Miles from Attica and the Cost of a charter membership will be an initiation fee j of ten dollars which Mist a com j Pany the pledges and a pledge for forty dollars for the first year s dues plus War tax if in effect at the time the pledge is paid. The pledge is in the form of a note which a due on before May first 1924. This charter membership fee of ten dollars however is offered Only during the i week of the membership drive and will be raised to thirty file Dol larg after december 15th. The reason for making this special inducement for members during the one week is to clean the matter up at once and give . Harrison an answer immediately. Some Little time will be necessary to draw plans for a club House and it is imperative that immediate action be taken. The resident membership includes a wife and children up to eighteen years of age a ladies membership has also been provided which will Cost five dollars initiation fee and ten dollars dues per year. A Junior membership for boys and girls from 18 to 21 years of age will be ten dollars per year. The initiation fee for non resident membership will be ten dollars and the dues fifteen dollars per year. On this membership also the initiation fee will be raised substantially after the week of the drive. Considerable publicity is being prepared by the committee which will be issued in pamphlet form and through the newspapers. A drawing of the Golf course and a sketch of the club houses Are being prepared which win appear in the papers next week. M the same time a detailed description of the course and club House details twill be Given As Well Reading Circle books have been put in All the grades by the Parent to earlier association. The freshmen Are practising for a play. The Dale has not yet been decided upon. The seniors had their pictures taken in Attica tuesday afternoon. The seniors have gotten 110 pledges for annuals. The schools a ill close wednesday evening for thanksgiving vacation. There will be a thanksgiving program Given in miss Schoonover s room Wedgie Day. Miss Schoonover is taking miss Hamilton s place in the fifth and sixth grades. Miss Gregory has new curtain up at her windows. Esther Wood is absent from school on account of Scarlet fever. Harrison Crow has the mumps. We would like to be him the window. Florence Snider is Back to school after a week s illness. Miss Carter s room is invited into Aliss Gregory s room for the thanksgiving program wednesday afternoon. Smith is absent from school with the mumps. Allen and Delma Vanest moved to Columbus ind. W. H. S. Has two games used for this week. They Covington last night at Home and Mellot at Hillsboro Friday evening. Examinations this week everybody Busy. An illustrated lecture will be Given on quot health quot at the school building wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock. Have sched played Section 1 of ladies Aid of m. E. Church quilted a quilt at the Home of Mary e. Stockard for Chas. Schlosser that was pieced by his grandmother 30 years ago. It was a gift to him and is prize highly. Mrs. Emma Butler took dinner sunday at Tho Warren hotel. Tompkin s hired Max a comedy of right characters from Pine Village will give this splendid play at Tab tuesday night Doc. 4, and at Ponce thursday night. Doc. 6. Tills play is Given under the auspices of the Christian Church at each place. Admission 13c and 25c. 8tl Rev. La Kuian took dinner Sun Ilav with Georgo Whitac e family. Cut re Brown and family of am is ent Wiki Jar. And alls Las. Roe. T of a quot Earth it and fat iii c Ime Oer Frei ii \1"ats-ka saturday to visit Sioui folks Over . Mrs. Arley Goodwine and son rus Sel spent sinday with her Tatlier in Kramer. In. And mrs. Roy Maddox entertained . And i irs. Billy Bartlett of Kramer sunday. . And mrs Aaron Larch. . And mrs. Kenneth Larch and Helen . A so mrs. John Shepard called on i . W. C. Cook sunday evening a Good attendance in Bible school sunday morning. Preaching next sunday morning a so evening. . And mrs. Lohn Willett entertained at dinner sunday . And mrs. Vista Clark and son . And mrs. H0.5ry Bryant . And mrs. Earl depart and family . And mrs Carl Meyers and family . And mrs. John Shepard. Mrs. Clyde Robinson and daughter called in the afternoon. Walter Grant and family visited . And mrs. Walter Cook sir Day afternoon. Kenneth Larch and family of Tab an miss Mary born of Sloan Spant sunday with Harve Smith and family about fifty of the Rossville o. E i s., were Este Taime by the Tab o. E. S. Thursday sheriff Dut Cher and wife . An mrs. De Keis ter and mrs. Burt Hatzell of Williamsport were among the guests. . An mrs. Carl Brown of Ambia and mrs. Is Roe visited. A Wil Hite at the county farm saturday of to noon . An mrs. Harve Smith and mrs Ken Seth Larch shopped in Danville Friday. Miss Fern Roe is visiting in Ambia with her sister mrs. Carl Brown. Miss ireae Cronkhite spent sunday with her parents Sam Cronkhite and family. . And mrs. We. Clark of West Lebanon spent sunday with and mrs John Farmer miss Lottie Siddons is on her thanksgiving vacation this week and mrs. We. Crowder is on the news staff while she is away. and mrs Raymomd Hatton and . And mrs. Jack Glover spent sunday with mrs. Hatton s parents and mrs Charley Bedford of Lafayette. . And mrs. T a Odle spent sunday with John Odle of Rossville 111. and mrs Chas. Hunter spent sunday at Danville Illinois. . And Dan Smith of Houston Texas Are visiting relatives Here Over thanksgiving. . And .s. Joseph Callohan of Lafayette spent sunday with Frank Messner and wife. Miss Clare Louise Haun gave a Reading before the kiwanis club at Attica last wednesday evening. Mrs. Mary stockard spent thanksgiving with her son j. L. Stockard of Marshfield. . And mrs. Fremont Conley a spent the week end in Gary Indiana on a lonely Island in the Wabash River in the. Indian Hill Vicinity. A Nie Liber of the detective association was in Andlini de in the River on a fishing trip and he quot scented quot some re. Ing. Several men were Busy at work on the Island among whom he it Gizi l win. Fhi Nigon. A Tanner Otlie with whom he quot talk get i quot a Loii fishing but thought about he. to is Ini com was conveyed to the Ioie their detective ass n at Cravn Hill. They to. P. Idiot red to skier a l in timelier wit i several depth Ris be to the it ii Aee late saturday eve. and Laid in a ailing All night id in a s in his morning about nine o Clochi. 1 was then decided that the open had Lien tipped off quot and the. So quot i f deputies decided the i Aid the -. Phu they i Nond a. Numb of Barr Ltd Imp dded in tiie ground filled with Ryt Mash All covered Over with leaves and Brush a fully i quipped distil and c Inta Iners. The bail Els were filled with dirt and apr dances loaded on ten motor boat which the a dirty had wit i them and started up the River to the l Ridge. When about half Way there they heard a Large motor boat coming Down the River. The sheriff s party suspected they might have been premature in their capture and scampered for cover. They unloaded their Booty and proceeded on up the River and passed the Large motor boat without being suspicion de. Some of the sheriff s party hurried to the scene of the Island and As they expected the big motor boat cast Anchor and the occupants went on Shore on the Island when they found quot some one had been there quot they hurried to their motor ii oat and weighed Anchor and steamed up the River. When they got Back up to the Bridge Heril Dutcher and the Deputy sheriff from Tippecanoe county with i Zibers of rhe detective speciation from in Een Hill were it Tipiere and William p Lanigan was recognized on the boat and tried hard to explain it All away. ��nn.a�o-i�? of. Dext Awaa a on , tried at his Home in to Well a onday november 19. He had been ill fim several years and tor the last few months had been confined to his Home. Born at Independence in Warren county february a is Ali in. grew to manhood in War Reti county. He was educated at Green Hill Seminary and taught school for Many years. More than thirty ago he moved to West Lafayette taught school in the Vicinity and studied la Vav at Home. He went from there to ,vell, where he resided until his death. He commenced the practice of Law at bos Well and had an important Liu Sines in that Community until his failing health compelled him to relinquish it. With other citizens of quot Boswell he organized the Fanner s and merchants Bank of Boswell and its first cashier in which position he successfully managed the Bank for More than invent a Yeap and built it into one of the substantial institutions of that part of the state. When his health failed five years ago he was compelled to relinquish further change of the Bank. He was a member of the lower House of the legislature about Twenty years ago. Representing Benton and Warren counties and was a valued member of the committee on ways and Means of that session. More than forty year ago he married Flora Bailey daughter of Jackson and Leah Bailey of Green Hill Iwho survives him. . Frank a to Adams. Of Boswell and Besse Mcadams of Lafayette also four grandchildren. He is survived by two Brothers and one sister . A. J. Mcadams of Harper Kansas c. V. Mcadams of 7g9 Shawnee Avenue Lafayette and miss Jennie Mcadams of the Stockton House., Lafayette. . Mcadams was unassuming and quiet but rigidly honest and circumspect in his life and conduct and in consequence he had a Host of quot warmest and most reliable friends and associates. He was member of the masonic fraternity. Funeral services were conducted from the Home in Boswell at 2 o wednesday afternoon. Inter a was in the Boswell cemetery. Clock ment Palin and a and daughter and mrs. We. . And mrs. Scott ily mrs. Chas. Royal spent sunday with . Rice. . And mrs. Fred Swarts of. Hammond l6d., came wednesday evening to spend with his parents . An mrs. Charles Swarts. . And Iwers. Bafs a Tibbets and son . And mrs. John Pearl and Aughter a is. Anna Zoeckler Chas. And Harold Backley took dinner with . And mrs. W. J. Miller Sun Dayi

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