Hooven Owens Rentschler Co Loan

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Hooven Owens Rentschler Co Loan  - Hooven, Owens Rentschler Co. loan $100,000...
Hooven, Owens Rentschler Co. loan $100,000 Capt. Wulzen, Lieut. Morris And Congressman Gard Make Stirring Talks At The Noon G. A. Rentschler Largest Individual Buyer for $40,000 NEARLY $900,000 AT TIIK NOON-iDAY LUNCH RK- I'OHTS VViWE MADE IN ADDIT ADDIT I O N TO THOSE P R E V I 1'KEl'AK.KI) W H I C H B R I TOTAL SUHSCIUPTIONS U? TO NOON THURSDAY TO 1851,250. i m ^ Tlu'isH, \vi; THE TOTALS Hamilton ?S'1G,950 bounty 710,CSO First ward 70,r00 Second wanl M.fiOO Third ward Fourth ward Fifth wurd Sixth ward 15,000 $1.5,450 11,050 IO,ffiO Tho ward figured .iro Included In tlic total of ?lj!C,!)fiO for Hamilton. Hamilton. And Hamilton's $516,050 IB included in the county total of $716,650. I. A.H it is l t y ; « n :i division in tlie | I V V / L v J T I I K H A M I I / l ' O N ' DISTHICT H A S A M I L L I O N ' D O L L A R S Y K T TO CO 0\ Tlir. V r C T O K Y U)AX. THK QUOTA I-'OH TIIK, H A M I L TON TON D I S T R I C T . W H I C H ( N C C l . l ' D I W ALL OK I f U T U O I I COUNTY COUNTY i;XCl-:i'T MUIDLKTOWN AND M-:MIJN T O W N S I I I I ' , is #1,71-1,800. I J T TO N O O N T O D A Y THK A . M O I ' N T RMI'OHTI'.I) W A K *71li,- ()"(), OK \ V l l l i ; i i .*.V)li,!),-l) HAS ( C o n t i n u e d oil G. A. BENTSCHLER BUYS $40,000 The largest individual »nbscrii»lion w n j niuioiinccd lit tbe hineb todny--- G. A. Heiilsclilcr for $40,000. Mr. UenlschlGr never fails to do his part in (lie great eiinse. WUIZENTMORRIS AND GARP SPOKE Tho noon-dny lunch bad « distinctly m i l i t a r y f l a v o r try tbo tins S|ciikcrs table of Cupl. \Vcslcy Wtilxon and Lieut. J. Wesley .Morris. As eacli of the army o i i i e e r (irnsonlcil I lie crowd rose mid ebeered. CnpU Wnlzon snid--"Tbe sneri- fiecs m a d e by you do not eoniparo w i l d Ibose nnnle by tbe U n t l boys w h i l e f i g h t i n g in Tbey bad a job to perform--you lini'e H .job lo perform. Tbey linvo ilone t h e i r work, it is up lo people of H a m i l t o n to ilo yours.'' Captain Wnlzen said tlnil lie was surprised to [earn t h a t the Victory Lonn committee was h a v i n g i n f i n d i n g s u f f i c i e n t Lieut. .1. Wesley itorm said t h a i it. wit.s u coiiunon tliii; to hear people say they had "given until it l i u r t , " b u t be asked, "(:nn | rijice you biivc made 01 .-ire niakiii^ I compare w i t h tlie hardship*, the ., or the (lungers experienced I by Hamilton's Company E ' " ? " W i t h heavy packs, bandolier.-i, I'illed w i t h i i m i i u i n i t i o Company ]·) hiked 25 miles, engaged in a five-day offensive and in t h a (Continued, on Pore 2.1

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 24 Apr 1919, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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