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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - December 12, 1905, Washington, Indiana                                fi VOL XX i THEFEUDHENEWEO Jake Killed a Deputy Swears He Will Not Be Taken MUCH IS Judge Harris JHas Declared in Favor of Askiujr ForiTroops to Mako It la Thought Noble ind His Adher Well Are Barricad ed and Will Resist itt Bounty fend broken out afresh and much bloodshed is feared before it Is f Jakp Noble and killed Deputy Grant Holiiday at Marcum a mils and a half from Holliday sought to arrest Noble Bred at As he fpll Noble killed whose body jtell over a 50 foot cliff and remained Noble is still at He swears he will never be taken nor will he evfer be tried by Jadge He is an antiHargis member Of the Noble family Which defeated the Hargis clan at the last He defies arrest the hands of the Hargis His was himat the tiiiie of the shoot Ing and is now with Sheriff Callahan ami his deputies have had a conferencewith Henry newly superintendent of and askedihim to advise his brother to surrender without fur Henry Noble said they wouldnever go to jnor would they ever be tried before Juflge James Har r Both sides are heavily and hostilities are teeth and accompanied a of heavily armed have gone In the direction of and tt is apitched battle will occur when efforts are made to apprehend them A Warrant special says A warrant issued by JudgeHargis for Jake Jerry Noble and John David as the result of the shooting of iDeputy Grant land placed m the hands of the It is report ed that the Nobles left town in com pany with1 a body armed menrand that they are at Lost termites j DECEMBER 1 lols T is CWjitorniMit nail i ble will It it rljfe JalioNoblt say iiat he wir arrcs ir ri Sheriff liiy i ixjst crpk h y from Jiickson iays lhu Jmjge lias flctlared iii favor of lijUnd G y Bcckhiim IOVHIH toicrrepr ifc Noble one of JalfS killed Deputy Sbtiriff Holliday Xhej brothers Lost 12 miles in lif inleiioj and are heavily says Uinthe bijllovis anyeftirt on life rj Of local ajtithorities In tljjjj resim In rants llfive beepissued nnd Nojile anil JulinjDaYidsaijj Hpniqay 4 the thihl man be killed by Jalie Xiji existed between Nobles arid theHargis faction resultpi the recent hdn rht fusiod dn which one the J rijuvdefeated the ticket pifL IhoSfiIn Jake Nnble n charged with disorderly When Holliday ordered 1itH to surjtander Noble demanded lo bf shownlia Hollidnjy fired himWJftha slfotgun and Nbble fi tobk the gun frim fijaising on his lake ble Ihisn officer jhlm I PJOWFRS CAS4 Arguments Wllj Be Heard in ed States Supreme Court 1 el three er victedfof complicity in the apsaEsii of on in turn Jheld luporlant conference with the LO the state of n agreement was reached ask t i of the Unitej Statef o hearvthe arguments on January he decfelon was subseqiienilyj sn to thesupreme courtj ofc States in the shape if and the case was placedfoni that iaya MlockeU Solicitor Hoyt stated thej overhment had decided to rofraiiij rom participating inthe The petition is based upon thq theiwy thaK he court was without ijuris3 itctioh in thp dnsn ol TIiem Land Pllll SfflJitljF Were Led bij tin Ssjfiijscd Out of Chris in the RfeU Nfif of Ihen 0 nuil igAirmi discln Disastrous disastrous yopt lose because indigestion aDdlonStipatio4 have snapped jt awajf Piompt relief can behddin Dri Kinsif New Life i The build nfl your dig and cniie etc 3uarf anteed Jones drag st6rej 25cil iTTN Dl Jo A ICiloC pi i i lour 4 falling out with ybuf r light you Then what Setter pleise it jiving it a good Aye rs Hair The hair stops cloming becomes soft L color pf youth come hsick tog ay Sold for60 r omfort Dp jour feetever hurt Tp women tender j to those whose feet are seaj to every change in j i the weather il RED CROSS SHOES j give unspeakable The poles of RED CROSS are made of a speM cially prepared used M in no other flek1 ible that the sole of even the heavier walking boot can j be bent The Rib Cfcoss is designed for comj fort it is buJt scientific j but is correct Have a pair tried will enjoy a new sen of shoe Solfl exclusively by Hundred them eye hfrfo frojtj and Sflnife1 ofi them told oftheir ex themselves lain IBriileii while ijar kussian Ojtrijjtian strik a newspaper whb hijid long Island that of t ers ilij and Irid of t iKioji jthjMr were itiil Jin Citizens cloiJiiijjSr were ibut Tiicfe from rrll of jjjvhoniiljjjlj in Mon tlljat czar proclagiied wore fyiccd jiidthg tdi saie their a three whjo lived GEORGE TEMPLE STORt Make yourCh n4tnas money do purchases at this being i this kind to any great extent NO OLD 9TOCK CARRI New Idesfsfkew yon are out sttw of thg Odossifi when rjjjjal iyhieh were colebrijting clife met ahrl Hetol how little childrcsji high win patroll ed in bands iprotect ing jftws bands iof men Aftier ihe first two ditrys companions es caped from ifiv Hiding ijhfc Dur ins pihH the manifesto i sciiiiVd toj verjj for npiirlyiiill jn doors heard people nrarchijis Six weeks several other iipiirs jthe gar rrtt fo ifiJfftjipe iiforii amob in slciry 6uililii Jhorc along raft ers Snehes un j Whije jn tljs house men cjjine iffeiiilidarlc tot escape tjell what happened in jiftitf houpej where Aj man told ai me hfid been jJM wero in miifflijers of mob butciifer jind some whifh and which Jwpru fcrjushiLg and iri jthe house n In pf them Bnjl a few alder There they were ciasljti giii jtli up to fivejpr yiere living ihit oflWiS Jtjiirid idbpr Windows into fhildren and Jijlladl before be ing mtejni told me storyijjjsafcj a of sev eral hiijHircdilstuifertts ana a ifew po lice in tjhjftjjqjarrtst some of these njijithatj iftgr they Jail Spmej of the by their i tha police i j 1 safp SHafthe Ifaceg of the dead Iwcjre tpOi mktilated jbso that in a priest Favod Iplacing them his ilijdiana State Tilie Balance of the Money Due State Has Been Collected j Ind before leaving for his honln In AVTanold T Burbin lii npunped of the mo ejdue from ex Auditor li who is under bond ajiswpr ijttf etiargo of state lias beencMlectid at will bo paid immediately lipon the r quest of the proper state Officials original a cording to the was burbin stated tnnher exception dollaf for dolll twen realized on the secuntjt tufneil over to the state by the ex a1 Oh this account loss It iWill be between one and pe The continuance granted h Juilgii Alford fixes the late of Shop ridlts trial for January S the hearing of Dai id ll exiaujiltor of stale was postpone fromDecember 14 until tanuiiry I His Addison C llarrjs al leges that Sherrick is ment illy an1 phjsitaily unfit to undergo a trul TO HER BROTHER IN LAW Deeded Property of Which His Wift j Had Disinherited Him M Mrs Lucre tia a newspipai writer auj majraziuo contributoi who died I hers beriueathed her entirp cstata cqusisi of real estate of her Georto 0 disIuhentiFg her a mtrcfhan nt BJ who four years ago conveyed his ippsscsslnns ti liib Jay Uld Slonday Robinson deeded tojiel brotherinlaw her entire Inheritance he had made oVe his wjfps peculiar uujler in totbe Itlllians law he could have claimed a one thin Curtis will Is rpgardet as an1 arid was aQ ceptecj as by HIP slbtor bpnefl CRUDE OIL EXPLODED i A Fatally and a Woman and Chili Seriously Burned me thai Muder of i Eydtkuh is ood dnty by making yonr Holiday mic first year to handle a line of ALE NEW ANp TTPrTODAlfB D as a Prices right Stop in next time mAntf AfV 217 EAST t MAIN STREET complefIy Even is not fcaij ty Reaching Petjkrsbuifl bn4 The the Baltic Hesecra tion hind The in they iittacked a detachment1 seized tie inva sion They on I railway after itjHraSii nieeting VtiiiaEer which jvas jreiresenta lives all jadvocat inga the ba sis of broken up by tlie htj audi ence fifim ilijf tftatltik are open ly by publish upris i SAVE YOUR CREDIT By lprrpwing idmeyifrom us aid pay jup thosesmall bills ip different placssjand get them all in one you will probably need i Ijittle extra mon y for the It come to us and we will Joan you money ftorn to on Household left in yourpossessior semUtAonthly We ajnd you can re ay usin Small on diamonds and watches board ol manages of Alliance issued for tlie reljef in The iSppeal is acJUfeBsed To the IPejople ofJfAmericSi 4i 5 cried ffiinnahjlplaiitf jif Rock Buck ens 1 Arnica my fear f al rarifing ling else S Buf fered Ifiijjs iijBiarvelpus healer w ng Pec 12 Weinlnnd was fatally TUI as and tht ItifinJ daughter wore sitrluush biirric 1 by explosion of pan cf ciiiiit oil ttl jsier fire and almpsl cltsrto i I the jbome jof on the fohi iWeihlind farm west of Poiicto i 1111 was being useil to st ft i Wallaces SAM folu it ir rescued by MISIJ whoj her and li jflameai reenteriTr iht burning land threw the boy out of window j Killed at I Die 12 In pun fi child with whom he WTS a promlmity residenj pf ran in front of a Tom jpasspafeer train waa tq jdeathi He met death within jfeetjot the spot where his brotherj jjohn was killed in a Butting aC jlray several years ayD l The Trial of John Dec 12pThd John iged 7S for jnurl jhjis begun at Hocl vljft H feebieJand can his invalid qhair Without years ago jhe Sihot John atcd at Ly jtordj will aelf defense After Conzman Tcrrp Deo 12 the Vigo bank cashier who over to the federal grand embezzlement has Tieen seen n Terre Haute in the pist ftw diys Beveral deputy United Slijitts tair fehalS Have been here Brown Built a Dec Bamuej whose o our jeil built the Ojjio Valley from this city to Biiucelou jthm is now part of Illinois HP wtia vthe fust prerfclptit of the road I With a Bullet In His Brain Dec n bullet aticking in the edte brain feilas aged II residing heir two miles felli He shot a com anipn while hunting The hd irobabjy Boat j Dec a ievere wind the steamer Loalslanji of an excursion jioat ilown iipon the bank abovothe citv and it is feared sjle will be bftdlj dam igedi fehe worth about OCMM i i i I i Back Tb r Dec Che sheriff of Canon Col Arrived here to take in custigiy Albert ivanted for the murcfpr ofi his James GoodiJat Canon fcity November Fought To a I bf and Voting Mtiho of fought ten fierce foundsito a draw at the RefereeRyans decisijjh was re Reived jwith Buys For Yard Dec jcnusytvania Railroad Co closed i deal ifor a tract of land near Its hops paying 5lo for 12 acres Theland will be used foij enlarging Er Cost tjie InsuranceConipany Hadley to 5 Set NE FAILEJJ 0 REPAY HIS J Resident i Scott testified That Hi3 I Four Soils and a Nephew Arc Bit i plojes of the Tjhe Provident Wrote of Insurance in the Last Five a Tojtal of dOO of i i legislative opmmitteeiwas engaged a part of the time Monday ty inquiijihg into the affairs of the Provident Savings Life Aissurance i societjl of jNew El courisel for the had brought cjut by ques tioning Ediward dpnt of that cdmpanyj that when j of New secured control of tjhe company i41896 he iborrpwefl f rom the cinipany on his collateral notes to pay up forithe stock of the insurance Scoi t testified that Jfadley nef er repa d thosb loans tflat the iisurancej company realized only on the sale collat Companies In Hadley was failtsd and i shortly aft erward he cost the insuitance cijunpany just tdf Hadley ito get con trol of said the Mrj Hadley had borrowed to pay for the sujrance companys stock and had put up that stock as collaterall Scott testified that he bought that stock at auction after Hadley death and borrowed the money to doi it from the Npw and Trust John president iof tie jiew York Life Insurance Scott said Wood back the nego tiation of the j pther witnesses have testified that tlfe New Y6rk Life Unsurance con trplled the New Yiork and Tjust iAfterhei got cojntrol of the John Hor brotheftinlaw at Joba wtiB made tontroller of the Provident Savings Assurance at a M Scott testified also that Bis sons and uephevvj are employed by thjfe cpmpany of which he ib Scoti said it is altogether trite that tfte companys chrref galna in eyeral years were on invtistmentsi iteivd of on Hugies oijt tiatLal tbjugh t Life of insurance in tie lastfive yejais it losl a of a net losi of He thisdid nptjndjiate a high percentage J of tlhe witness aaijdhe not i I HugHes read j from d statement from the legal expdnses brtheProvi doat ajlist of fijve payijnehts toilAndrewi Hamilton the legislative of the New Ylrk Lifp Insurance who isjnow in Paris and who has een asked Ito cornel to New York and Thp payments covered a riod from to was irid anothei amcfunts the others not feeing The witness iiamilfem had visited the insur of Illinois and Kan sas rand ppsfeibly some othitr states to Secure parmifisipn for the Liffe Insurance Co Provident to lssue a roiicy on first jyear of which ho be The coirt jaiiy got vitness also acted as Counsel for companyin a ttest in which hecompany resisted thej contention if sUitss insurance department of that the law Imposing a on premiums The oiiipany Wm this j COMMITTEE pinti i before bs the iene i store taken ialf an nan ally keep iargative Ipbey ire mild and FoifjElate by Lin B I i Parlous FightIngl writes of Wash hijid a t itter with chronic stomach and at last I and c ured niy by the nse of JSlec trio I unhesitatingly reCom i lend and dons intend in t be future toibe without thiain in the 1 i They are certainly a Wonderful i to have cured anch A bad case is Sold under guarantee to do tiie same for by N Jtines dfag atSOcabottle Try them Speaker Can ion Has Solved the Dif j iflcuft D i a repubtipan member to all of the mportant 6nimlttee of house has eniibled Speaker Cannon tij solve the llficult problem ofcommittee asslgn manta in whici appears riosi satisfactory tio both parties in he j Only impoitant chalr nqnships aprroprlations and rlii iawneyjiof was chosen hiifman and cif cl airman of buildings afad ajwiey gives lip hlschair nanship of on arts and xposltions and Ms place onthe ways nd rrteans i The minofilty committee places were eeided on iy j the ml of Xlis and of aresuc ceeded on tjhe interstate foreign coinmerce cpmmittee by of and of Dn of and Rhiode were named for the democratic vacancies on ways arid 1 j TheSJultan fias correspond entof the jbaily News Constanti nople iultan has He has accepted the for the financial cq4trol ofJMacedobja as em boified in tlie last icoliectlvel note of tha m mmm imp TO Open ii LOT real Santa Claushas Vfcent and We have proraisedtp the chiidrein nntJLGhrSstnPei syertising space tell nvjte the chilSrenito m he sooner the v 12i30 inchesj itaceiy paii ted in dapple wl Others noholstered 75c dlherlli H 1 Ij jij Wi n i k li l 81 Iran Jftoae Bi5 Sfensils f OOq and f 1 00 with fiV ill lasraifeS1 LOr 25t J M China and Biaj 15f 25c and J l L bth nr CCWCCBC 68 jeover Sd with goold po platforin and Wheels 26c ant Ji wheely ilvs inch Ijody ft m m STK imfnl oday wj fill E stwhaj f Swly e amen 1 vaji ip in 8M jf ladder inch 15 ateel 6Oc 5 ust e a pnt bx 17l fiecGB Childs two JitronftTy psmtaarT nicely and llfOO k Steam En 9 inches high 2Bc 50cjind H l S1 H II tfpy TOOi ac li es tray land Iftdk 25c 50d 75c tlOO oil JftatnL nuil i wed wo 1O combi black board and deslf 26C fidoV 75c swinS f Slid most c ict The collection of stjlinh fnr set pmplete we from if i White Persian Lamb seta for 5 the lljtt 3 tots Sfltiirrel an 1 Beaver sets at l I are entirely Sid n to New lOo SO pheag pat tern pood j No I yfttterd so Cheapl IS iWlshinofoas Torture of a i he story Of the torture will interest ieunl ting FRESH Oysters ri6 SUMJ Stj pastor of the Baptist Harpers Helssya lauffered n persistent I sleep sitting ir I tried many remed will out untill tok K Omgha entirely cured my sayed me f Consi imptioo onie for diseased c anii 50c aaa boi tie conditions Jones yon because of i from the in Discovery and A grand Of Throat druggist Trial weefei Join ip Phonograph i 1 i 1 Con ond Center 1 SJVpllme Growintf V NTIST over Jejpeons Jewelry i i jt dfcw i 1 31 tm r r Metal ormcp state ind tin Vork REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY J Furnace Second Phone Nf Washington hi i No m m oiijpTpjf iimxtptiretttiry ac toys and t early rgsjy X m wfi ender anc 26c CO tad 83 to t I tOc if 125 raJW 26k J1 agie Lantern liU inooes completii and bdrttuis 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