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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - September 21, 1916, Williamsport, Indiana The review Bettj Blick september 21, l916. The review Republican one Dollar per year. Leading paper in Warren county. J. H. Stephenson editor. Review established 1891. Republican quot 1844. A the rep dbl n National ticket for president a Rahlfs Evans Hughes of vice president Charles Warren Fairbanks state ticket for United states senator Long term Harry s. New tor United states senator Short term James e. Watson for governor James p. Goodrich for lieutenant governor Edgar a Bush for Secretary of state de Jackson for auditor of state Otto l. Klauss for treasurer of state us Mcmurtrie for attorney general ele Sta Bury for reporter so preme court vill h. Adams for state superintendent of Public instruction Horace Ellis tor chief of the Bureau of statistics Henry a. Roberts for judge of supreme court David a. Myers for judge of supreme court Lawson m. Harvey for judge of appellate court e. A. Dausman for judge of appellate court Ira c. Batman democrats profess supreme Confidence in their ability to re elect the president a or perhaps better phrased in the ability of the president to re elect himself. Yet when the topic is taken up in detail state by state there Are Many essential elements lacking to a successful computation. They expect no electoral votes in new England. They doubt if they can carry new York. They know that they cannot carry Illinois or Ohio and that the chances Are against them in Indiana. There is an axiom in mathematics that the whole is equal to the sum of its parts yet democratic leaders who contend that they can carry the country admit that they cannot carry the states which Are most necessary to a National Victory. Quot a million shells a Day Are hurled by the allies guns on the Somme and the germans reply with fury quot says a headline in a democratic paper which denies that we Are enjoying a quot War order quot Prosperity. Back of those million shells a Day is an army that must be fed and clothed equipped and transported. We Are furnishing a Large part of the food and clothing the guns the automobiles and aeroplanes. The democratic press would do Well to discontinue its news columns if it wants its readers to believe its editorial columns. It is unfortunate for the country that the Public is ready to accept the theory that president Wilson played politics with the threatened railway strike. But what else could be expected in the Way he has played politics or tried to play it with Many important questions if had not shifted and reversed on so Many issues when he found himself on the unpopular Side there would be More Confidence in his sincerity. Nurse relieves suffering the patient see helped makes interesting statement Madison . Oscar Day of 1606 Monona ave., fair Oaks this town says quot before my baby was bom i suffered terribly with womanly troubles and nervousness and was living in a state of fear All the time. One Day an old Friend of mine a who by the Way is a nurse and goes around to All cases brought me a bottle of card the woman s tonic and told me to keep on taking it right along. I did and Felt much better after the first bottle. I kept on taking it and had As Little trouble As anybody could wish for. Feeling very Good now. There never was a better Medicine for women than Cardui and i will recommend it to any one who is in need of it. This nurse uses Cardui with her patients so it is Well known All around Here. I am never without a bottle of Cardui in my we urge you to try card a i the woman s tonic for your troubles. It will help you Over the hard places just As it has thousands of of i a women. Don t delay. Begin taking Cardui today. You won t regret it. Ncb5 item to be charged to the Woodrow wobble. What have we to show for it Villa is again on the War path. The new director of the mint is a Southern democrats that goes without saying and is a Farmer in Florida. He is supposed to be an expert on mint quot. The kind that goes in mint juleps. The Manchester n. A Union goes Woodrow Wilson one better in alliteration in an editorial entitled quot watch wait wobble Indianapolis editor lets the cat out of the bag. So he District ticket quot for representative in Congress will r. Wood tor state senator of Fountain Vermilion and Warren counties Edward b. James for joint re Presentati of Tippecanoe and Warren counties Henry a. Miller for prosecuting attorney of Twenty first judicial circuit Wilbur g. Nolin county ticket for treasurer j. Frank Hildenbrand for recorder Logan d. Etnire for sheriff Lloyd Mcferren for Surveyor John r. Gregory for Coroner Ohmer Stewart tor commissioner of first District Peter m. Rodgers for commissioner of second District John a. Crawford Republican organization. Sute h. Hays sum Van stole w. Henley Indianapolis a Job tract . E. Lyons Brook county shelter Lula sport. County a. Mehaley Lula sport. Tells just Why Rural carriers in Fountain and Warren counties were let out of the service. From Ilie Attica that politics was really behind the recent removal of the Rural carriers in Fountain and Warren coun representative Switzer of Ohio ties was charged in these columns quot now my democratic friends if it at the time the changes were made 1914, you were reprimanded for certain delinquencies the decision has been reached that the interest of the service demands your separation therefrom. However in order not to place the stigma of removal against your record you Are Given an Opportunity to resign and you will therefore submit your written resignation to the postmaster for transmission to this office. Failure to comply with the terms of this letter within eight Days from the Date thereof will result in an order being issued for your removal. J. I Pickett acting fourth assistant postmaster Are you prepared with a bottle of the or. Powell tincture it is the Best Medicine in the world to use in cases of Colic flux dysentery diarrhoea and summer complaint. Good for old and Young alike. Try a bottle. A very prominent travelling Man said the other Day quot i would t be without the or. Powell tincture for anything. Believe me i Don t take any chances when i can get a Quick Safe sure remedy like this for 25c." better be Wise too and ask your druggist for a bottle or write to the or. Powell tincture co., Attica ind. Special notice to breeders. When a Man invests Money in Good horses which floods the country with Good Colts that command at any time the top notch Price he naturally expects that those whom he has accommodated will come Forward and show their appreciation by making full and Complete settlement. I need my Money by september 1, As i have Bills that must be met at that time and while i have not been hard on any of my customers i must insist that they see me before that time and you know i have Good horses and you have Good Colts and should be willing to make settlement at once to insure the same courtesies being extended to you next year. I need and want Money and must have it by september 1, and Trust that this notice will be sufficient. Edw. O. Larch. 44tf. Machines ? put a Mogul 8-16 on your farm by Mogul 8-16�?"the Small farm tractor for All farm work quot soon makes a place for itself on any farm of 100 acres or larger. It does the blowing in the Spring while the horses tender form the Winter s idleness Are hauling manure to the Field and spreading it. It draws the Binder while the horses work at other tasks. It does the summer fallowing and fall blowing. Through the whole season it takes the hardest work off the horses then in the fall and Winter it runs the ens Ilage Cutter Wood saw Corn Sheller feed grinder and so makes itself generally useful and profitable throughout the year. The Mogul 8-16 Burns kerosene. It handles easier than a team. It saves Money for its owner it costs $675 Cash f. O. B. Chicago. Come in and talk it . G. Broadie. Notice. Parable of the sower. Behold an advertiser went Fortha j to strayed from pasture week of to sow. And when he sowed some go egg 5 seed fell to hand Bills and dodgers old weight about 1,000 pounds 15 and the Street cleaner came and hands and 1 Inch High knot on left gathered them up. Ankle and with a very slight curb. Any one knowing of or having this Mare in their Possession receive Reward by notifying will Aaron f. Larch tab Indiana. Wanted dead animals Grace Hoagland went to West Lebanon Friday to spend the Day with friends. Some fell amongst programs and the people being interested in the performance and not in bargains they were left on the seats or crumpled and thrown on the floor. And some fell on fake schemes and fake enterprises and popular if you have any dead horses Cattie or sheep that Yoti want taken contempt sprang up and choked 1 Are of free of charge let us know them. I by Telephone at our expense. But some fell into legitimate Home j John r. Brooks town newspapers which found their. Phones i and 2 on 111 Ambia ind. Way into the Homes of the people 4-w-pd who had time to read them and i some thirty-1 seed wheat for Sale fold some sixty fold some one Hun-1 i have some very Fine Canadian dred fold. Who hath ears to hear hybrid seed wheat for Sale let him hear. Lee Vanreed Williamsport ind. Is constitutional in this particular Industry to resort to a tax and Levy a tax on imported dyestuffs to nurture and encourage this Industry Why is it not constitutional and a Wise policy to Levy duties All along the line in order to nurture and build up and maintain and protect american Industry in 1912 there were 682,189 democratic votes cast in the solid South. They elected 94 members of the electoral College. _ that same year held of september but there were loud denials from certain democratic sources. The Ledger has t much respect for the veracity of the democratic Herald whose editor has had considerable trouble at various times explaining his connection with certain illegal deals for the Sale of supplies to Tov ship trustees but the Sheet is published As a democratic Organ at Indianapolis and its utterances can thus be accepted As democratic doctrine. Note the following from the there were 655,475 votes for Wilson in the state of the new York and they netted him Only 45 electoral votes. The states of the solid South Are loaded Dice for the democrats in the political game. You buy the twelve land credit which the new Rural credits Bill establishes will Call for nine million dollars of capital. It is not expected that individual subscriptions will provide much of this so the Federal Treasury already working under extreme pressure will have to come Forward with the necessary funds. Quot he kept us out of War quot is the chief democratic slogan this year. When that $130,000,000 of Bonds Are issued to pay the Cost of president Wilson s Brand of quot peace quot we suppose there will be an additional Strain to the song Reading quot he got us into it counted in 1907. The new York times editorially january 11, 1907�?says quot As one qualification for the contest or. Hughes has simple honesty. He is disinterested he is not building up a machine of his own he is not striving for personal advantage but exhibits a curious old fashioned Devotion to the Public perhaps Secretary Baker will Tell his audiences Why that distinguished authority on International Law John Bassett Moore gave up his place in the state department. Or. Moore told the president he ought to recognize Huerta. Then he lost his Job. Quot postmaster de. High at Williamsport is getting a few democratic Rural mail carriers. John Hill yer and Joe Zimmerman two Good democrats have recently been appointed and Are now at work Banks there is one More Republican Carrier but he will soon give away to a Democrat thus making the three places filled by democrats. The government caught the old Republican carriers with excess postage Money in their pockets in the Sale of stationery and that settled them. In Fountain county a dozen Republican Rural carriers ought to be removed and we think they will be very soon for the same reason. The democrats Are entitled to these Federal positions and ought to have them p. D. Q. This thing of retaining a gang of Republican spies year after year is not fair to the Loyal democrats who put Wilson in the Whitehouse and Are going to do it again this year. But let us make the party stronger by rewarding the democrats so far As possible who do the Active work in campaigns republicans follow that idea always but the democrats stand Back and heard in Nashville. Quot you know How i have always voted quot said one Man to another after hearing Hughes speech quot but that talk s got me. If we Are out to protect women and children Why Don t we begin on own first quot the democrats will Issue Bonds for $130,000,000 to cover the Cost of military operations in Mexico and along the Border. That is another a it Rich the new York Sun wants to know what president Wilson desires his record to rest on his thought or his afterthought rheumatism arrested Many people suffer the tortures of lame Muscles and stiffened joints because of impurities in the blood and each succeeding attack seems More acute until the whole system. To arrest rheumatism it is quite Asim s great blood my Ker while its Medid nal nourishment strengthens the organs to expel the impurities and up build your eur Earth. Soott s emulsion is helping thousands every Day who could not find other Relief. Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. You want tie Best Vaye you can get for your moneys doot Yogi Ivi Ost folks come ii Ere for expect More of us than they do of others the following which was handed us by Chauncey w. Musselman mail Carrier on route no. 2 out of Williamsport is a Sample of the Flimsy charges made in order to get these places for some of the quot Washington d. C., , 1916. Chauncey w. Musselman Rural car. Rier no. 2, Williamsport ind from the report of an inspector who visited Williamsport it appears that your route directory and trip reports Are inaccurate that you present a poor appearance and that your efficiency rating is of a very Low Grade. In View of the fact that in april West la the Best shoes do the Best repairing Joe n. Bigg exclusive shoe store East Side Williamsport

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