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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - September 4, 1919, Williamsport, Indiana $1.50 per Yea Rand Worth More Vlatten county t review 5�ew Skiles volume v in Diana Waseen coup a to thursday september 4,1919, Xuy so Bek 48the government tells in the following article Why it is the cheapest and Best insurance. Question. What kind of policies Are offered by the Bureau of War risk insurance into which i May convert my present term insurance answer. The Bureau offers six 6 policies As follows Ordinary life policy Twenty payment life policy. Thirty payment life policy Twenty year endowment policy. Thirty year endowment policy. Endowment policy maturing at age 62. See question 15 for a description of these policies q. How Long a time do i have in which to convert my insurance a. Five years after peace is de dared. If you keep your term insurance in Force during this period you can convert it at any time. If you do not convert it it will cease at the end of five years. Q. Will the government continue to carry the insurance after it is converted a. Yes. Q. Do i have to pass a physical examination in order to convert my insurance a. No. Q. How May i convert my present insurance into one of the permanent forms a. By making application in writing to the Bureau of War risk insurance on the form furnished by he Bureau. Such application must be accompanied by the first Premium for the converted insurance. Q. W Hen is the Premium payable on the converted insurance and How must it be paid a. Premiums May be paid monthly in which Case they Are payable on the first Day of the month. They May also be paid quarterly semiannually or annually. Should you pay quarterly Semi annually or annually and die the discounted value of the premiums paid in Advance beyond the Calendar month in which death occurs would be refunded. All premiums Are due on the first of the month and the insured has the remainder of that month As a Grace period in which to pay the Premium. No interest charge is made for this Grace period and the policy remains in full Force during that period the unpaid premiums being deducted from any settlement under the Poncy. Payment should be made by order or Check payable to the treasurer of the United states and sent to the Premium receipt Section Bureau of War risk insurance Washington d. Q. Do i get any credit on my converted policy for the premiums which i am paying on my present term insurance a. No. Q. Will the premiums on my converted policy be higher than those on my present policy and if so Why a. Yes. The reason is that you Are buying insure Nance at a quot level rate quot which Means that you pay the same Premium throughout the a Hole period and that your premiums do not increase from year to year As is the Case Vav Ith your pres a ent term insurance. In addition by the payment of larger premiums Aow you secure certain privileges in the policy such As Cash surrender value loan value and paid up and extended insurance values. See question 14 for a description of these values q. Can anyone else besides my self change the beneficiary of my insurance a. No. Q. Does a person have to be dependent upon me in order to be named As my beneficiary a. No. Q. May i convert a part of my insurance and retain the remainder in its present form a. Yes. You May convert any amount from $1,000 up to $10,000, in multiples of $500.00. It q. What Protection does the converted insurance provide and what benefits Are payable a. It protects you in the event you become totally permanently disabled acid it protects your beneficiaries in the event you die. The Benefit payable is $5.75 per month for each Loix of insurance that you carry and the payment of these monthly instalments is continued for 240 months. If however you become totally permanently disabled and live longer than 240 months the instalments will be paid to you so Long As you live and Are so disabled. Q. What is the description of the various forms of policies which the Bureau offers a. A Ordinary life policy. On an Ordinary life policy the premiums Are payable during the life of the insured and the policy becomes due and payable at the time of the death of the insured or upon his becoming totally permanently disabled. B Twenty payment life policy. On a Twenty payment life policy the Premium is payable Only during 20 years and the Poncy becomes due and payable at the time of the death of the insured or upon his becoming totally permanently disabled. The difference Between a Twenty payment life policy and an Ordinary life policy is that instead of paying premiums throughout his lifetime the insured pays Only for Twenty years. C thirty payment life policy. On a thirty payment life policy the Premium is payable during Only thirty years. In every other respect it is similar to the Twenty payment life policy. D Twenty year endowment policy. On a Twenty year endowment policy the Premium is payable Only during Twenty years. At the end of Twenty years if the insured is still living the amount for which he is insured will be paid to him in one sum. If however the insured Dies or becomes totally permanently disabled before the end of the Twenty years the policy will become due and payable in instalments. E thirty year endowment policy. On a thirty year endowment policy the Premium is payable Only during thirty years. At the end of the thirty years if the insured is still living the amount for a hich he is insured will be paid to him in one sum. If however the insured Dies or becomes totally permanently disabled before the end of the thirty years the policy will become due and payable in instalments. F endowment policy maturing at age 62. On an endowment policy maturing at age 62, the Premium is payable Only until the insured becomes 62 years of age. When the insured reaches 62 years of age the amount for which he is insured will be payable to him in one sum. If however the insured Williamsport lady won Fame through the Courtesy of the music news published at Chicago we Are enabled to reproduce the photo of miss Katherine Norris Carmichael of st. Louis a former Williams port lady and a daughter of or. And mrs. W. P. Carmichael. Miss Carmichael won great applause at the recent performance of quot the creation quot Given a t Wiona Lake an account of which was published in last week s Issue of the review Republican. We Are always glad to note the great Success won by former Warren county citizens. They always make Good no matter where they go. Sarah Evaline Smith Dies at Otterbein Sarah Evaline Smith wife of i James n. Smith who was born at Pine Village August 11, 1846, died sunday at her Home in Otterbein. She was the third of seven children born to or. And mrs. James Nelson Fardin three of whom survive her. February 24, 1867, she was married to James n. Smith to which Union five children were born a. Smith of Montmorenci Arthur j., of Muncie mrs. Alice e. Kneeling of Otterbein Edwin l., who died december 13, 1888, and Bertha May who died february 14, 1873. In Early life she United with the m. E. Church later in life becoming a member of the Montmorenci u. B. Church of which she was a member at the time of her death. She leaves besides her husband and children to Brothers Joseph a Fardin of i Ine Village and Thomas Fardin of West Lebanon one sister mrs. David Kelso of Coatsville and six grandchildren. Funeral services were held from the Montmorenci m. E. Church at 10 30 o clock tuesday morning. Rev. White officiating. 3urial was made in Montmorenci cemetery. Guaranteed Cash and loan values and also paid up insurance and sex health statistics july had the lowest number of tended term insurance values. Poll deaths from influenza of and month cies issued by private insurance companies usually do not give these values until the insurance has been in the year according to statistics of the Indiana state Board of health. During july there were in Force for three years. Further 12 deaths from this disease in the More the values guaranteed by the state. Typhoid fever was the most give you your full i prevalent disease during july 113 cases being reported and resulted in government full Money s Worth without any quot surrender this is a distinct and 23 deaths. There were 234 cases of Vantage to you. I measles 181 cases of diphtheria 100 the quot Cash value quot of a converted ases of Scarlet fever 223 cases of government policy is the amount cancer. There were 4,372 births the government gives you if you Indiana during july 2,278 males and choose to give up your insurance. 2,094 females. During the first the quot loan value quot Means that you seven months of 1919 there have can borrow Money on your policy een 33,177 births in Indiana As up to 94 per cent of the Cash value. Compared with 38,251 in 1917, a de quot paid up insurance and extended crease of 5,074. This decrease is due term insurance al Lues quot mean that i War conditions it is said. In the new policies if you Stop pay-1--1-�-� ing premiums after one year the of transportation for High school government allows one of the Fol j students lowing two options. Township trustees cannot pay the a to remain insured for a cer Cost of the transportation of High Tain time without Cost to you. School students to and from school b to receive a policy for a according to an interpretation of smaller amount which will be paid no matter when you die but on which you will not have to pay any More premiums. Q. Is any provision made for paying dividends on the converted policies a. Yes. The converted policies provide for the payment of dividends from the gains and savings As they May be determined and a quot portioned. Q. Is the insurance subject to claims of creditors is it taxable and is it assessable a. No. Q. If i do not pay my premiums on a converted policy when they fall Dies or becomes totally permanently 1 a within the Days of Grace do disabled before reaching the age of 62, the policy will become due and payable in instalments. The 1919 Law handed Down by attorney general Stansbury to state superintendent Hines. The Law o 1919 applies Only to elementary schools and repeals the former Law according to the new Law a student must live at least a mile and a Hal away from the school before transportation is furnished while under the old Law a student had to be a least a mile hear Warren county september 23 county auditor w. H. Stephens has received notice from the state Board of tax commissioners tha they will hear the complaints of Warren county people relative to taxation on monday september 22. The other counties to be heard on this Date will be Fountain Mont Paris Green Little Kittie Karr and dinner Bell helped win recent War Ivich gosh in too Frank Foster Frank Foster died at the Home of Lis Sisters Martha and Elizabeth Foster 120 Andrew place West Ayette at 2 45 o clock wednesday afternoon of last week of a complication of diseases. Or. Foster was born in Warren county near Otter Dein january 27, 1862. He was a member of the masonic Lodge at Green Hill and of the shrines in Indianapolis. Surviving Are a son Fred Heath Foster of Oxford two Sisters Martha and Elizabeth of West Lafayette and a brother Samuel Foster of Otterbein. The funeral was held from the Home of his Sisters 120 Andrew place at 10 o clock Friday morning and interment was made in the Armstrong cemetery. Hoosiers takes prize at f. Amp i. Eair in the pig feeding contest at the i. Amp 1. Fair Danville Illinois Donald h. Parkerson of Wingate took first prize winning the Armour special cup Lawrence Smith of Veedersburg second and Reece Rice of Wingate fifth. In the pure bred pig contest Rodney Murphy of Williamsport took second prize and Reece Rice of Wingate took fifth prize. In the baby beef exhibit Charles Hendry of Kentland took sixth and seventh prizes. The prizes were awarded on the track in front of the grand stand where the entries of All the boys exhibiting were also shown. Washington aug. 30.-Paris Green helped win the War. So did a Little Kittie Karr and a dinner Bell. All of them were in the army according to file cards in the Bureau of War risk insurance. Green jives in Huntington w. A. Little Kutie Karr makes his Home in Norfolk a. And dinner Bell Page was rung into the service from Urick to. Some others who appear in the Bureau s files Are Asad experience Wilson of Van Hook n. D. Mih gosh of Chicago Green Horn of Statesboro a. Velvet Couch of Brinkley Ark. Will swindle of Center Texas Slaughter Bugg of Oscar Tarim . And e. Pluribus Brown of Perry a. Chocolate Candy Clark Owen Money Willie Darling great Brit ton Turner Wiley Fox Hunter Green Berry Anderson Youb tus horrible Riner George sleeps House Handsom pleasant Ayres Green Hue Jackson Lloyd George parliament grief Grimes precious Eugene Grant free office Graves Huckleberry Shell Isaac Butcher and Fine German Albu Are listed. The Broad jump record in Gaines goes to a resident of Salmon .uio, who hurdles five before he rat lies the tape. He is Harry Richard Eugene by Zieck and the clerks in the Bureau ire tempted to disturb or. Buhyuck s continuity by punctuating him. The clerks have found 49 ways of spelling Aloysius and 18 was of spelling Ignatz. There were .53,u00 Johnsons 51,000 Smiths and 18,500 walkers in the service. Forty seven thousand Wiiliam ses were with the colors. There were 51 Jose Rodriguezs in the 374th infantry. Abraham lincolns George Washington Robert e. Lees and William Jenningss were in the service by the hundreds. Napoleon Bonaparte or rather a dozen of him fought tor the United states. General Grant general Welington and general Jackson also helped beat the germans. Quite a few Virgin Mays were in the army too. These latter were largely men of latin descent. Orange Cobb of Nolina n. C., and his son. Lemon Cobb were in the service. Charles Trott son of mrs. John Trott of this place and Leonard Bantz both residing two Miles South of this place have purchased the Warrick amp son garage in Covington and took Possession monday. I lose my insurance altogether a. No. The Bureau offers Liberal provisions for reinstating your q. Will my converted policy con converted insurance after it has Lap Gomery boone7 Clinton Carroll tarn All the usual provisions Mcloud sed for the nonpayment of , Hamilton Howard Benton de m policies issued by private com in order to learn the conditions on Jasper Lake Newton Porter tip panties if so what Are they j which you May make reinstatement Peca Ioe and White. A. Yes. Of a converted policy you should a a after one year the new convert a Ake application to the Bureau. Court convened monday de government policies will have q can i reinstate my term War the Warren circuit court con time insurance if it has been drop j vented monday morning with a fair Ped or cancelled and will i have to i sized docket to dispose of. There j pay the overdue premiums Are not Many cases of much import i a. In a new decision t. D. 47 a. I Ance to be considered. There Are a signed july 25, 1919, the Secre-1 ten divorce cases three bootlegging tary of the Treasury ruled that Dis cases one burglary Case and numer Porter of Iowa will fight a c. Of of humus i Claude r. Porter or Centerville. Iowa former assistant u. S. Attorney general has been named chief counsel for the Federal Trade commission. His work will Deal largely with the High Cost of living and prosecutions. Charged soldiers sailors and marines who have dropped their insurance May reinstate it within eighteen months after discharge without paying the Back premiums. All they will be asked to pay will be the Premium on the amount of insurance to be reinstated for the month of Grace in which they were covered and for the current month. Thus for example if a Man dropped $10,000 of insurance in january 1919 and applies for reinstatement the first of August for $5,000, All he will have to pay will be the Premium for january the month of Grace on $5,000. Or if he applies for reinstatement of the full $10,000, he will pay a total of two month s premiums on Ous cases for debt and damages. George w. Smith and step son of West Lebanon have purchased the John Farrell garage in Oxford and took Possession last monday. The new firm have Many friends in this county who wish them Success in their new venture. Quot daddy quot Fisher trustee of Jordan township was transacting business in this place Friday and while Here gave us a pleasant visit. Come again. Dad. Hugh Berryman of near Pine Village transacted business at this place last Bells a a for sale�?26 shoats 7 sows with suckling pigs also 1 registered boar. Fred Swarts old Herrick place. Continued on Page 5, column 3. T. A. Clifton editor of the Covington Republican who lost his hand in a Job press a couple of weeks ago has returned Home from the Hospital at Danville. The injury is getting Alonsa As Well As can be expected. The following is the program of the Bells for the Williamsport schools for the coming year morning. First Bell. 8 30 a. M. Last Bell. 8 57 a. M. Recess Bell.10 30 a. M. Noon dismissal.11 55 a. M. Afternoon. First Bell.12 50 p. M. Last Bell. 1 10 p. M. Dismissal. 4 00 p. M. No Hunting allowed note to whom it May concern that hereafter no Hunting either by person or with dog or dogs or trespassing in any Way will be permitted on the Bright lands. I will prosecute such persons to the full extent of the Law. Frank Bright. Or. J. S. Langton of Bethany 111., visited last week Witti mrs. W. H. Langton in this City going from Here to Columbus Ohio to attend the National Encampment of the g. . Sergeant Hercules Korgis. Born in Greece earned american citizenship by army service. He Cai tured 257 germans single handed while in France. Greek countrymen royally welcomed Korgis to Washington when he returned to America. Or. W. G. Mcclure of near tab was a visitor in our City last thursday and while Here gave this office a pleasant Call. Attorney h. D. Billings and h. E. Chandler trustee of Steuben township were business visitors at Indianapolis last thursday. Is a a for Sale two Well bred Duroc male hogs. Enquire of Joe Hirzel Carbondale ind. 2t

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