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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - March 24, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana Devoted to the interests of and Wrt Rren county. Vol. , Warre Couis to a thursday March 24, 1698. A i umber 18.1 til Ami b if. A of Hon. Joseph m. Kaub of Williams Post a Cali Didtk. Warren county republicans jell eve that Are entitle in to a place on the state ticket. Hon. Joseph m. Rabb who for the Wiist sixteen years has so faithfully and ably served the people As judge of the 21st judicial circuit of Indiana has yielded to the request of his multitude of friends and consented to be a candidate t5c fore the a publican state convention for the Norn nation for one of the judges of the supreme court of the state. He has had the matter under careful consideration for several months and after consulting with friends from a Niy parts of the state and meeting with the most flattering assurances of support he has determined to stand for the nomination. This action on his part will be most Gratifying to his friends. They have urged him to enter the race because they like him personally and Admire him As a judge and having tried him for years they know he will make a splendid candidate if nominated and an Ideal judge if elected. Judge Abb was born in Fountain county Indiana but while still a Small child moved with his parents to Vermillion county where he lived until he was past sixteen years of age when he volunteered As a member of company k. 71st regiment of Indiana volunteers. He was in the service three years and no better of braver Soldier Ever wore a uniform Tymn Quot Joe Abb Quot he was loved Quot Iron red and admired by his comrades always ready for duty and among the volunteers if work calling for real courage bravery and heroism was demanded. After the War he came to Awarren county taught school and studied Law. In 18g8 he was admitted to the bar and at once gained the Confidence of the people both As to his honesty and ability As a lawyer. In his Early practice he gained the Well merited sobriquet of Quot honest Joe Abb Quot which has Ever Siuch Clung to him by common consent. He soon became a Leader at the bar in this Section of the state and in 1882 was elected circuit judge Over the Hon. Thomas f. Davidson now deceased who had held that judgeship for twelve years and was a distinguished judge and an exceedingly popular gentleman. Since that time he has been reelected twice and today has the unbounded Confidence of his constituency. During his Lon service upon the Bench he has b in called to Many different parts of the state a to try important cases and Tejere is today no More Ijo Pular circuit judge in the state than he he is a hard Avor Kei full of life and Energy and a profound judge. He presides in court with dignity and commands at once the respect and esteem of every lawyer who practices before him at the same time being kind considerate approachable and sociable with every one. He decides questions of Law promptly and with accuracy. He always has the courage to decide cases and determine the Law As he sees it uninfluenced by fear or favor or by popular Waves or sentiment. If the people should be Wise enough to promote him to a place upon the supreme Bench he will take with him that same honesty courage and Energy which he has so successfully used As a trial judge and to it will be added his Long and valuable experience upon the circuit Bench. He is not a worn out lawyer Ora judge who should be superannuated on the other hand he is at the very strongest period of his life and now Best fitted for the kind of work required of a judge of the supreme court. He possesses Ripe judicial experience and that added to his peculiarly Strong and Well trained Legal mind together with his honesty sincerity of purpose and great Caj City for work makes him in every respect an Ideal candidate one for whom the people of the state can vote with Pride and with full Confidence that their Trust will not be betrayed. Warren county for Over 40 years has been giving to the be publican party handsome majorities it has always been right it has never Fuu ered but always been True it has never had a state officer elected upon the Republican tick to and now we go into this Campaign with such a candidate As we have a right to Hope and expect to be nominated and elected. The republicans of this county Are proud to know that they can offer the party Stich a candidate and if the republicans of this and adjoining counties who know judge Abb and understand his eminent qualifications for the place will take hold and press his claims which they will no doubt do he will be nominated and if elected will bring Honor to the party and dignify the supreme Bench. Sri merchant s carnival. Fine entertainment Given under tie auspices of tiie u. I. Church at the new opera House wednesday evening March in. A of one of tie most successful Home entertainments Ever Given in Wiki Auasi it ort. A of . Manage la throughout. Hats in All the new styles at mrs. Sweet As Prosperity increases the free Silver sentiment decreases. The Klondike is most i profitable to the transportation companies. The War talk Doissan t disturb tiie minds of the base Ball umpires five female bicycle riders started on a six Day race at Indian so is monday night. People look u on the militia boys with increasing respect now a Days. They re not Quot Feather bed soldiers Quot now. Mrs. Sweet in invites the ladies of Williamsport and surrounding county to Call and see her new Spring millinery. The genial Frank Peacock of Lafayette brother of editor a. S. Peacock of Attica is on the Road for Carson Pirie Scott amp co., of Chicago. The Epworth league will give a supper and social at Luppold s opera House thursday evening March 31st. Admission 10 cents. Supper 15 cents. E. L. Hottenstein reports that last saturday was the biggest Day for sales in machinery and builders hardware that he Ever had in the history of his business. The court of Honor initiated two Canil dates tuesday evening and gave them a banquet in Odd fellow s Hall. This order is rapidly increasing in membership. Washouts occurred on the c. Amp e. I., and on the Cario Branch of the big four tuesday. Trains went Down on both roads but no loss of life or serious damage. Last saturday was a big Day for Trade in Williamsport especially in hardware and implements. All our dealers were kept Busy All Day and a Large amount of stuff was put out. Young Mize 20 years died in Greencastle thursday of hem Orr Hage of the lungs caused by cigarette smoking. The i excessive use of the vile things caused epileptic fits together with consumption. The manufacturers of the world famous a Ray plow sold in Williamsport by Luppold amp Broadie Are running their works night Anc Day to Supply their orders and Luppold amp Broadie sold five o them last week so it will be seen that this plow is taking the Lead Here As Well As elsewhere. On wednesday evening of last week occurred the entertainment Given finder the auspices of the a a. B. Church assisted by the Young people from All the various churches and societies of the town and Many taking part who Are not Allied with any Church. This entertainment was one of the most successful affairs of tho kind Ever Given in the town both from a financial and artistic standpoint. To begin with in is one of the most novel ideas for a Home entertainment to be thought of and All who participated in any Way vied with each other in doing their Best. The scheme of presenting a Quot merchant s carnival Quot is unique and novel and everybody takes hold of it with vim and vigor. Business men Are pleased with it As an advertising scheme and those who take part Are pleased with the idea of representing the firm closing them and they do their Best to appear to advantage. The introduction of the drills and various other special attractions that go to make up the entertainment adds to the Novelty and the result is a Success to the highest degree. The firms and the people representing them Are As follows Armstrong amp Swank Eva Sparks and Minnie Smith. Star clothing store l i d a Statzell. C. Y. Mcadams. Etta bal Kama. Warren Republican Ruth Gregory. Warren review Grace Darling. J. B. Dennis Edna Ermey. Col brigs Madge Briggs. Boston store Gertie Smith and Ada Titus. Pitcher bros.,. Lou Pitcher. Warren co. 13ank, Lura Stephens. A. W. Brier Nettie Brier. Warren co. Lumber co., Pearl Anderson. Lui Pold amp by Oadie Minnie Anderson. E. L. Hottenstein May Jackson. Frank Adair Edna Messner and Eva Ermey. O. L Ruh Ida Haines. J. W. Ammerman mrs. Edna Ammerman. Correll amp Boyd Eulali Wolf. W. B. . I ank Welsh Nettie Welsh. Mrs. H. Held life son Beatrice Brooks. Frank Den Mary Ida Ermey. Sam Biggs mrs. Willis Carter. Fullenlove amp of bring Mamie Prather. Judy amp Titus mrs. Sweet. Judy amp Smith mrs. A. R. Cor bin. Judy amp Corbin. J. F. Dolbow. Joe b. Biggs Velma Biggs. We. Cottingham Eva Lincoln. Williamsport state Bank Ada Corbin. D. C. Boggs Myrtle Boggs. Bettie Luppold Mabel Wilson. J. W. Cps Alec Ruby Jackson. A. L. Rabourn Mary Brooks. D. K. Butt Minnie James. Mrs Sweet Myrtle Mccorkhill. Or. Aam. Dehart Florine Dehart. L. A. Sailor Susie Foster. Thompson amp Mcknight Lura Briggs. J. H. Stephenson Lovetta Corbin. Stansbury amp Stephens Luna Gallaher. Temple of Justice id Ella Russell. J. B. Steinspring Fannie of Burn. O. L. Winks in is Lisk. A. B. Rhodes Ruth Demmary. A. B. Donovan Delia Brubaker. G. A. R. Post Comfort Martin. Frank Barker Sadie citizen. Post office Artie Morfoot. George stump Gladys Beebe. George Reed Myrtle Bush. G. H. Porter Goldie butt. R. M. John Carrie Haines. Clint Anderson May Smith. Levi Van Reed Hattie citizen. U. B. Church Lizzie Long. Elijah Sparks Bessie Sparks. J. H. Messner Lva Ermey. E. F. Mccabe Mary Mccabe Stearns amp ringer Isa Hedrick. The entertainment opened with the Banner Drill which was Well executed. The double s., Ciicle and Sash drills were introduced at various tiniest and this part of the program was Well executed especially considering the time of preparation As there was but four or five rehearsals on the stage. A military Drill was also introduced with miss Edna Messner As Captain. The Young lady handled her company of female soldiers skilfully and they All performed their parts most admirably. Notes. Mrs. Harley b slings presided at the piano accompanied at times by miss Elsie Stephens and miss Lena Biggs played the violin. Plenty of furnished at night. Good music will be the Corn festival to supper tonight at the Corn festival under the auspices of the Christian Endeavor of the presbyterian Church. Admission 10 cents. A Covington girl by the name of Carrie Carrier committed sui Eide last saturday by taking morphine. Despondency Over a misspent life seemed to be the cause. George Points and pointers. Mrs. Or. Of it Mau Sang a Solo which was rendered in Goe d style and manner mrs. Coffman has a Good voice and she can sing. A special feature of the entertainment was a Slack wire performance by Little 6-year-old ota conk Ling of the Conkling family. This Little performer is a Star. Carter last week purchased a House and lot in old town known As the Darling property. The Deal was made through the o. L. A inks real estate the Judy i Rairie horse Market sold 33 horses in one Day last week. Average sales for several weeks about 30 horses per week. Judy is ready now to Trade harness wagons buggies or cows for horses. He says he needs the horses. _ Oliver Shelby one of Fountain county s leading Farmers and Pioneer citizens died at his Home near Covington last saturday at the age of 72 years. In former years or. Shelby was prominent in politics he served the county As commissioner one term. A duet by the misses Stephens and Smith was one of the features of the evening. A of recitations were delivered by Lula Statzell Mamie Prather Eva Sparks and Clara Vincel. These Young ladies All did Well. A of a pantomime entitled Quot dying Cuba Quot representing Cuba in Hei present distressed condition was produced accompanied by a song. This part of the program was presented by the ladies who represented the various Judy concerns. A of Quot the Hoosier Quartetti Quot John and Isaac Julian Herman Ammerman and Claude Kiger who also represented Frank Moore Sang and captured the audience having to respond to a Hearty encore. I have often wondered Why it was that people persisted in patronizing travelling humbugs of various kinds rather than to make purchases from people whom they know to be reliable. The country is being worked by agents in All lines and purchasers in nearly every instance get beaten. There is probably no line that has been so thoroughly worked As that of enlarging pictures and people Are constantly paying double treble and in Many instances four times As much for work As they would have to pay a resident photographer As almost any photographer acts As agent for some reliable House and is prepared to fun Unish Good work at reasonable prices. Instances Are quite common where people have paid $25 or a piece of work that could have been obtained for s6 at Home. These agents must of necessity charge More than a resident in order to keep up big travelling expenses. A Hen you want goods of any kind it is always safer to Purchase from people you know. Bertrand mrs. Fred Judy mrs. Nimrod Frank Welch was there with his ponies and Herschel a Elch Louis Cantrell and Avillie James dressed in proper costume representing different nations Rode across the stage. There was a hitch in this part of the performance As other boys expected to ride failed to appear and the ponies became somewhat unmanageable but considerable fun was created anyway. �?0�? this is the first time the u. B. Church society has Given an entertainment of the kind and they feel very grateful to All who so kindly assisted them in making it a Success. Much credit is due rev. Awarren who worked earnestly and faithfully. A Ilmer Gemmer will move into the C. Fisher property on Lin-Coln-st., lately Pui chased by him and thoroughly refitted. He has added to the building and rebuilt the inside throughout. This will make them a comfortable Home. The family will probably move in next a Eek. George stump reports a big Trade in hardware and implements and in his contracting and building operations he is kept Busy. He now has work enough in sight to keep himself and regular Force Busy until mid summer but he is prepared to take More contracts at any time As he can secure plenty of Good help. N. S. Pearson who left this county two years ago and move to Newton county has returnee and is now i Vruir one mile East o a Winthrop. Or. Pearson came to this state from Miami county Ohio thirty years ago and has been a resident of a Quot Arren count Ever since except the time he re sided in Newton county. The family will be welcomed Back As citizens of Awarren. Herman Ammerman instructed the Soldier girls in their Drill. De. Banes who was financially interested in the affair gave the instructions and trained the j Oung ladies who appeared in the various other drills. A year hence when you talk to democratic editors and politicians about the Tariff and attempt to chaff them for the utterances they Are now making they will say Quot of yes we knew we were lying but we were in a position where we must make a Bluff of some kind and we went on the principle that a in Well stuck to was As Good or setter than the truth. Any sane Man who gives utterances to his beliefs without Bias Well knows that the Dingley Bill is bound to work out int it the country s Good and i believe it that the lying and bluffing now indulged in by the aforesaid democrats will be of no Avail. You can buy any thing of american manufacture As cheap today As before the passage of the Dingley Bill. All kinds of Domestic woolens carpets boots shoes Iron and nails Are As cheap As Ever and there is nothing in the Law to make them higher except the general Prosperity of every department of business. Every intelligent Man and woman Well know these facts and know How to treat the army of National groaners now on exhibition. The receipts amounted to about one Hundred dollars. If All the wind expended in the yellow newspapers of the country could have been trained on Spain in one continuous Stream that in for tui ate old decaying monarchy would have been blown into cold space and into infinitesimal frag ments. The foreign demand for american horses will make the animal More valuable in a Short time. This added to the fact that breeders Are not raising one horse where four were raised a few years ago ought to stiffen the Market to a very great sex teat. Says the Remington press a xxx listed in Jasper county it is interesting to note that the county farms in our neigh Borin counties Are practically self sus Taining and that our own requires Abonit $4,000 per year in addition to the income and products of the farm to keep it up. There is no Good reason Why our county farm should not be self sustaining Anc. With a Good economical Board of commissioners it would be. Dating not Many years Back the Awarren county poor farm has been self sustaining but in the past two or three years extensive building improvements have been made yet with All this the farm has not asked very much of the county Over and above the receipts. Judge Claypool dead. Edison s advice to Young men is Quot never look at the this is not Good advice. Should a Young Man have no watch and if the Only clock in the room does t strike the hours the girl s Mother might find him still there when she came Down to get breakfast. Judge Claypool the noted Jurist who died at Indianapolis last saturday morning was a native of Fountain county and he first began the practice of his profession in Covington in 1852. His professional and political carreer was Brilliant. The deceased leaves five children to mourn his demise mrs. George w. Faris wife of the congressman and mrs. Thomas Vatson mrs. Charles Bradford mrs. R. B. Hilleary mrs Elizabeth and John w. Claypool. Four Brothers also survive Louis of Springfield and Evan Horatio and Richard of Fountain county. A gang of people Are now driving Over the country Selling ranges to the Farmers. This Range business has grown to be a great thing. The entire state is being canvassed. It seems strange that people will patronize strangers As they do when Home dealers claim that they can positively save purchasers Twenty five per cent. They say that not Only can they save you Twenty five per cent on the Purchase but they guarantee to sell you a better Range. Consult the hardware advertisements in this paper. The Dollar saving chances Are numerous now Days and the columns of the review Are constantly pointing them out to you. A. Pointer. Latest styles in Spring hats and veiling at Bettie Luppold s millinery Emporium. For a perfect complexion and a Clear healthy skin use Cosmo Buttermilk soap. Sold by l. A. Sailor. A a Liv

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