You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Clinton Clintonian (Newspaper) - April 4, 1914, Clinton, Indiana EVERY DAY SATURDAY 4, 1914 128 TIME CLAY ( AT DRIVES MAKKS LAST l AND NECK iN ot ir. to WHO CONSTA ULES PAYS EOK of Clinton especially those who have come here from 1 the miner red to in this article from the of ased 73 months and 20 died about lu o'clock this morning at his home in of general sickness of two Suttie was born in but came to many years ago and has lived in Clay | county almost the beginning operations in block coal Ho | engaged In mining for many retiring on of his was a. of and the I. O. r. Cardonia lodge cf will of be the at Sunday Rev. L. fourteen LIS having as an extra rider at mine 8. was to along to Ibis His the back and the neck the of the young man crushed out almost As as he extricated under the cars he was hoisted to body was taken to undertaking establishment of Herman in this where remains being for for which the details have nat yet been Neal for a long time liad been a trapper at the and his trip to death was his first trip as an extra It is stated that at the whistle for the mine to start the the mine boss sent the trapper with a to one of the regular waiting in the ii is refused to drive the for some and the lad concluded to take a trip back ro tlie bottom as he took the rejected mule back to report to the animal was hooked to four cars and the start was made with the novice driver on the In making a short and a little down the cars were moving at a good rate of In some manner the boy lost his balance and fell the The the mule and the cars to a but not before the life of the lad had been crushed Until Coroner Jett of Vigo county and the mine inspector have made there will be no inclination to fix the blame for the distressing The saddened in keeping with left the mine for the the tragic Neal lived with his about two miles west of the in Clinton and was said to be an industrious contributing materially to the support of the The William works as a miner at another of the mines in the New Goshen No arrangement has yet been made for the but all the details will be arranged this evening when the father and the friends come to the city to remove tlie body to the BOTH AND SOCIAL ON LONG ON TEARFUL who strolled from the glitter of her after a bask of only a is now in deep She was down to the office of of the Peace Bob this a tale of woe as long as a gravel road Her greatest sorrow was that her who is friendly her had carried away a basketful of her hobble skirts and other clothes and refused to let her have She says with a whole basketful of her wardrobe she hasn't spare clothing left to wrap up a sore and to remain out whirl her mamma relents or the police go out there and force her to hand over the said she would have never hooked up with Andrew had she not been driven by her She says she doesn't like her new husband one bit and that when she promised before high heaven and a few of her friends that she would fry fritters for Andrew for ever and a she didn't mean it. She says Andrew has threatened to kill ker and she is actually fearful he will let some cold ozone into her has another but is afraid to be with him in fear Andrew will interrupt them with his presence and self-cocking The old world looks black to her now and while talking to Justice Guinn and Chief of Police Deck this she said she be out of this world than with a famine of clothing and a surplus of Chief Vanness gave her some - and Ruby some regret in a kj and then went the clerks down at the lice a liitle slow about handing i out your the delivery windows like they were wishing for quitting attribute it all to the fact thay were all and enjoying a toothsome taste of last The hired hands of your Uncle Samuel and their boss antl recent boss enjoyed a banquet at Clinton Friday double-header plan of the outgoing John O. a and the incoming John R. a was secretly planned by the clerks and was a pleasing It was before the close of the day's business that Messrs. Stark and Paine were informed that presence was required at the dining room of the Clinton hotel at a given they they the room in complete charge of tbi postal and the preliminary for the on the edibles The room was beautifully the tables heavily freighted with good things sending the appetizing aroma through the clusters of fragrant and sweet music vibrated through every corner and crevice of the Miss Alma Briggs presided at the and the music was one of the pleasing features of the frolic and the Postmaster O. D. Wellman was chosen to officiate as and the pleasing manner in which the silent servant of Sara acquitted himself was a sur prise and pleasure to He made a neat talk on the work of the force during the past four years and spoke pleasingly of the harmony which had He paid high tribute to the kindly and considerate manner in which the clerks have been treated by Mr. Stark and in heaving the true imprint of welcomed John R. Paine as the head of the official Mr. Stark in a speech which with good feeling and expressed more regret at leaving the presence of his than at letting loose of the He paid them a tribute for the loyal manner which they had aided in his to give the city a good mail Postmaster Paine and though his remarks of drove away with the rig of ilio two who had gone out I to him for malicious of was fined and is once inore with the state of Ho pleaded guilty to a chargo oi malicious destruction of property and was fined and Then he was charged with cruelty to but the warrant failed state whether the cruelty was to the horse or the Any he pleaded guilty and was fined one dollar and the customary assessments for the judicial John says enjoyed the but tlie enjoyment wiil dig a big in his next F liUYS LATE T. ( iKis two-story 0,1 South Fifth P. f. guardian for the of hite his he home is one of in the built by a and builder Ins own is P Tlie price is as being between and Dr. and Mrs. who living at the J. H. Mulberry and Fourth will move into the home Mrs. Martin plans io to AT WITH BUSINESS THE TRAIN Cause Know HER NAME WAS iS CITY SOMF RARE IN name is and until exciting little escapade of a months she looked after the pie foundry of Pat the colored keeper of an undescribed establishment down on Elm near But she and Pat had a falling out and Patrick belabored her with a two-by-four scantling or other implement of war the palace of Pat ceased to be a happy home for So Maud assembled her tooth curling and hiked to mingle with the colored four hundred down at in the northeast corner of Terre But absence kindled the smouldering coals of that illicit and Patrick took his pen in hand and wrote for Maud to come and this is why she slumbered on a biink in tiie Friday When Maude came and tossed her picture hat oyer on the she noticed that there were a few other colored women hanging around and making themselves too much at home with Patrick and the and then she proceeded to do a little spring house There was a of hobble skirts up and Water course Patrick was displeased at the abrupt manner in which Maud had made known her coming and said things to her that men seldom say to their In the Maud had poured frequent adult doses from the mysterious black and as a result her reason was tottering on its The interview continued until Maud wandered up into the city anu then it became so loud that there was a fear of awakening the depart to restore and policeman laid official hands Maud and placed her on a bunk anti as the the city where she dreamed know and slumbered until the Chief of Police Deck Vanness came down and listened to Maud's tale of he was greatly He didn't weep but he was real He informed Maud that he believed the society of Clinton could wiggle along without and if she would just journey back to Terre he would give her a new lease on American freedom and all would be Maud has all know John the know he was sincere in he the Miss Emma M. who smiles at the sang a couple of and her efforts were highly Mrs. Clifford Connerly also sang some selections and her efforts elicited profuse the responses to Toastmaster Wellman was Verda who officiates as a general and tits nicely to any part of the local She talked of the work of the past four and of how harmoniously the force had worked and of the work She spoke kindly of the retiring postmaster and predicted the same courteous consideration from Mr. Miss Moore also made short along the same and was followed by other members of the official and all had kind words for the retiring official and wished him success in whatever vocation he might napkin holders at the feast Mr. and Mrs. John O. Mr. and Mrs. John Paine and little Mr. O. D. Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Misses Verda M. Emma Sadie Hunter and Alma SIN DEFINED BY SAYS IT'S FIGHTING AGAINST HOLY ADDITIONS TO CHURCH NOW 52 FOR Pickel and James charged with assault and battery on a named Frank appeared before Justice Robert Friday and pleaded guilty to the charge and were fined and costs The unpleasantness occurred out on Ninth on April The three men fell out over some proposition pertaining to the return to work pending There were several fights out in that section of the city during the but all the other filters managed to avoid the police and thus averted official and a would you have thought I had to come to a city like Clinton to find such furniture as was the exclamation made by the furniture surgeon and who was referring to some mahogany and other pieces of furniture he had recently repaired for Dr. Mr. White said that two old fashioned mahogany beds and a dresser of quaint type are particularly rare he if the owner wanted to realize on them there are people of wealth who would pay astonishing figures for such furniture as of the mahogany with very high richly hand was that of Dr. William which has become a valuable heirloom in the family of the late governor of The other is a bed of very different strikes the lover of rich old fashioned furniture as being almost equally beautiful and dresser over which Mr. While almost has a- revolving mirror arrangement unlike anything seen in modern dressers or Dr. says she often thinks of how her own grandmother looked when as a young Kentucky belle she stood before This young mother's life was in giving birth to the son who was destined later to be a governor of the neighboring state of The mirror arrangement permits it to be tipped to any and the old fashioned way in ' which wooden pans fasten this through the dresser add to its charms for lovers of these three there are many small ones that make the home at once rich in interest because of its heirlooms antiques and beautifully fitted for its as an A black walnut which sat upon the back porch at the Matthews has been given new life by the furniture and occupies the principle place in the dining A quaint little kitchen which is an heirloom in the family of Dr. Allen B. has been fixed up at the furniture hospital on Mulberry and is highly The physicians are immensely pleased with this and all other do at the hospital and say just as enthusiastic things about the furniture man as he does about their He has fixed up many pieces for the larger pieces one finds in visiting some of the rooms of the home a few things though have interesting For example there is a little brass which belonged to James father of the late Mrs. who was another of Indiana's governors and who occupied a seat in United States A little remembrance is prized as a gift thift late Senator to Mrs. ' unpardonable sin is not one particular said Evangelist last at the Christian church any sin might become the incentive to commit unpardonable is fighting the holy spirit manifested in the dictates of by inspiration of the holp spirit and not the word of you or anyone else is ever saved it will be through acceptance of Jesus Christ as savior or not at reject Christ is to refuse the witness of the spirit and that will not be forgiven there any answer to the shall we escape if we neglect are many people who love to construct their own and be save their there is only one and that is God's men under conviction have fought the holy spirit and waited too spirit will not always strive with of the world's greatest have been caused by And every soul is lost by is a we know not A we know not Which marks the destiny of men To glory or is a by us That crosses every Which marks the between God's mercy and his last night was fully as large as the one on Thursday night and the interest was fully as The sermon held the attention of the people and Thomas was at his very Helen Scott very beautifully Not Too At the four ladies thus bringing the total number of additions up to is every promise of a great day Church workers say there is no doubt the goal of 401 in the Sunday school will be for there are many personal workers who are eagerly working to reach that Sunday night a great evangelistic service will be held when the evangelist promises io preach one of his greatest of the of district 11, was ill this and at a. he and or others of the Mine to speak to at gotten out by W. B. this simply state important matters ot business will he is understood the main purpose of the officials is to try to get the mine and to them first hand the status of the contract and work pending It known that only misunderstandings could lead to trouble anu the officials will gladly answer any and will do as much explaining as the time will If they don't get to talk tJ all that want to hear the matters they will perhaps be to talk to sonte who will pass along the was absolutely peaceable and orderly out on Ninth this morning according to several who live right near where the train goes out and there is absolutely no cause to expect anything they though there is no need for the mine officials to come to to explain the contract it may afford an to exchange ideas as to the terms of the proposed delegates at Terre Haute and on Tuesday their scale committee is to meet the scale The it is will ask for some changes in for the next two but it is regarded as improbable that present business and the many receiverships for coal operators during the past year will permit any concessions that will mean more expense in getting out the The public in such a city as Clinton of be glad to see concessions not only in conditions but in the wage but would also deplore seeing anything asked for and insisted unless it is known the conditions do warrant it. The mine officials are a knowing and a reasonable group of men and it is believed President Houston and those working with him will know what they ought to and will use sensible means in reaching a Pennsylvania and Illinois operators and miners have been sparring for a but have so far reached no If press reports are it looks very much as though there will be practically a of the wage scale of the past two years in those F. T. of Fourth has to for a visit with her The golden which was borne on Matthews by those to Chicago democratic to boost favorite son as a presidential is given a prominent place on a It was Bryan's famous of cross of that resulted in his being unexpectedly kept this particular eagle from having an even more interesting heirlooms fit in particularly well in a home where antique furniture has been given such a prominent It is not for any one who will take the to have one ( more pieces of antique furniture fixed up so that it will be a prized old but it is not everybody who can have an outlay as in the home of Dr. and her They are particularly glad that a competent furniture doctor came to Nellie 528 North Main had eight words omitted from the Wednesday missing word supplied in an sent in to the Omitted Word and gets the dollar this Although Mrs. Hays had supplied three words or more than she still had the answer nearest all This was another big of good Practice makes some of the contestants although thus each new with one or two has brought a new Most anybody is liable to sit go over the ads and be able to supply the correct ones to bring the big dollar for the list of ads in today's is tae last with the missing words supplied in capital IN this OUR White's Furniture a Sears THE NOW we can. In THE Brisbin AND the YOUR
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.