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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - November 2, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                VOLf XXL Vole for tlw jr K BEFORE YOU VOTE The affairs interest how th that a vote for vote for HOXJChTY ECOXOJIV of Davless county are your Iti Is to your business of the county Is j Hemcntl ler the democratic county ticket next Tuesday 18 n place of In place of CAREFULNESS hi place of LOW TAXrjS in place of high I COMPETENCY in place of i carefulness and competency in tho bni I nosii affaire of IJavlcss county mcaiiN tliat the county be n In for Running tho countyfor loss money nuuns a low tax A low ratr mrahs nionoy sflvrd to AS ATEMENT FROM MHENRY To the Doinocrat t but I am ndvised that i I slum I hesitate to Write n Matrm rrpy the Hrrnlil of October I Iiad ratrrnjitl Sofrlt my personal Anil I hav every reason to bvlieve that Sefrlt knows my true cjiaractei I have had regard for the character of 1 am personally hurt in two ways That Sffrjts pub licly expressed opinion of me is so different from what li though It really Anil that 1 have found my own estimate of frits character I The fact thaj he 1ms done so Is the only thing hy i which rould lune been iuide to believe that he would descend to sucl gross I can hardly be clmritablc cupuuh t think that he thought what he wild All the snitder Ilia Sefrlt shouldit the Hhest of the Herald syndicate lifter sucl untrue statements j to llje manner In which Killions letter WHS i i to myj power in tlic democratic nominating to my stand us to the religious qunliticatbms o the cnndldates to lie put on the democratic Killjon has abundantly answered the Heads un true statement as how his refutation of the Heralds o tlomlnj was Klllion was askcd fur u true sqitenien jf the He gave It willingly aiid in bis nuyJ I were not on I lie ticket myself as 1 examine tjie elm airier tit the randiilates nominated by the lioijiinatln I should take It as the highest civic and jmlitirn praise to huve It tjild of me that 1 u dominant and uyisterfu spirit in Hint That cunventljin did not nominate a singleboodler or blarkj I entered for Ihe of making my piirty clean and honest Of lay in my iower to Xo man with jwhom 1 have talked will say Hint I hitvc my canvass ion other than a high 1 If Sefrilj had used his influence with the County Central Coijimittee I feel sure that the agreement in good faith by thf Democratic County Central Committee jind thijja democratic cnndidijtes for a clean election would have bfcn acil and republicans of this county and men of the republican ticket would have hccn saved tho of the debauching methods of n part of Scfrits party ceuiA j I am vtjlllnj stand upon my I have levielj tribute the if this county for political funds and I promisf that no act of mine while County Superintendf oiVt of Schools bring the blush of shame to any oie loves our public 8 of tho republican candidates iftdnstri onsly circulating not only on myscjf hot also upon ivilliam lies are manufactured without the shadow a foundation hut njc being told as based on the election of ty School These lies are ioo Hilly to bo gi Jen dcnce by sensible The charge that am lo having Cnthollcsjon tho ticket Is absolutely I huw and consistently worked for tho and election of sijrh Catholics as Johq Emannol Altfin Padgett and And Jf I am i to live so long I cxjiort to support nuilly i i What twofacefl hypocrites some of the republicaH candidates j mid workers ore i For years they have been appealing to Protestunf iletnorrnts to vote the democrat ticket because of thenumbr ofiCnlhos Jlqs on i Vow thy anappealing to the Catholic democrats not vote thf democrat ticket there are only five Catholics Theso hypocrites care nothing for It is votjis they i This campaign is not a campaign of religion but it Isln tarn Jiajgn of men and j i nspectfully j j PHILANDER CHANGE OF YARDMASTERS Clyde Southwest ern yardmaster at this has been granted a leave ofabsence and he will go to Hot Springs to receive treatment for During his absence William a Bouthwestem have charge of tho yardfi sriTsi Vesley Cleveland et aj Eni 3 Cotterell et on notk attornisy for INSANE MAN Ap insane man escaped from the bound tAln at noon i He has not ba captured at latet It is not known f rota what place the mail was being flfc to the Evansville i hospital for Widow Rachel Moots of west end died from dropsy a senfices wltlj tfeld at BetBanjat 10 isclock day j I J4 and retu from a trip to Texas and Old Me BUY your mflllnery of James I ters at cost andjstart a n 3 I COUNTYS SPLENDID ji DEFICIT 13177 111 905 x cb A DISCOHhANT J Atthe elevtnth hour m the eve of we regret fa that the Heratd has Been Qt to 4drag religion into the one thing that above all others should up kejit Suoh a thing is unfa called for andunihought of in fa these days when the utmost freodoni in religious matters Is fy accorded evevry Tim that any Sate on the democratic ticket prescribed or attempted to fa prescribe any sort of a test In making up a ticket Is of ionrse maliciously and uniiuallfiedly believe In sweir by the constitution of the United and the Immortaltecfa of Independence ten by the most illustrious democrat of The constitution forbids any rollttiouB test for holding fa 4and tho men who put theif names to famous docu that proclaimed freedom fa independence were not asked where they came from fa or what church theV In the immortal list of signers 4 we bohold dho names of the Presbyterian 4Scotch Button the j Irish Robert er Stepben and the Catholic Charles Carroll of 41 The old veterans of the 4great war ot the rebellion 4marched1 side1 by side as and nfever thought of Inquiring if their 4creeds 4 Our cbntemporarj must be 41 growing desperate indeed to resort A i I f fa ANT i TH E IN MATS s c M MONEY AMD HEAB THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT COUNTY AFFAIRS AT PEOPLES TONIGHT K r f i GOMPEBS INDORSES DAVIS Oct 1000 Ai j lhar your Inquiry as tothe selection of from the Second Indiana permit Ito that tlicre can be but one choice if jcstnj of ibose favorable to the toiler are to be jThUj i Cyrus Davis to represent the peo ple of tlri would be a dlxtinct for the of the I do notiadvocate the ejection W unynne because he is affiliated with one party of anyone because he is coiuiected with tbe but where one stands now and has shojini by ihls ictiOns in tlu past tliat he has ever stood in the some for the of those ironld Inure to the good of Uie toller I believe that labc r and tllon that sympathize with labor should exert tlulr in llpe ice to the end that government and a righteous condition of affairs Khali It is therefore that I think Oyrrisi Davis should be elected nH because be KNa or a democrat but that lit is of the common Yourself and Will Rookee may iconi sentiments to our friends and brothers in Davfcj1 j j i i Fraternally j V SAMUEL Fn Diivless county the people Just waiting up to what been on their They hava dlscovdred that politics has elbowed its every public ajnd that by reason of Rrowing higher higher evjery year In spite the fact that the county now more than twice as much us ltvhad years Increased in a County ought to hut It has not so But THE PUBLIC IS TO the democrats oPDavlepa chanty snb a proposition that t Re voters both ff ey6ry effort to prevent the usai of money t In i The acting fqjthe partyj without gnthorl proposTtion in the not profited by the use of boiflle and fiat in We will not and you Shall npt The of the cliqoe wasevidebt at that ymo and ifS more voters The Work of the cllqie and money whisky has gathered a that will rea Money was secure4 from the and from all Ihe Bounty repair sugprintendents who this1 have Jtttpend ed ipote thousand dollarsin the repair of the gravel roafls tausing a deficiency inthat The le sent to all parts of the county ThS Ulque td with whisky Thfrtyseven gallons itnpint t bottleswere purchased one keener In CLIQUE OF PUBLIC PARASITES SECURED ITS COITNTY THROUGH TSS O ijJEjtgKY AND ITS HOPE EJECTION TO Wlfl THAT IS THE REASONWHY PURE ELECTION money and whisky In Elections means the taxiaytfeigipavress county than the cprruptioq if the and thai crime Itself to retire the The offlfces ot boolie is Davyess cl moony do not pay big salaries and the great stnna ot IJre expendedon election day must be got batdt In by the j an dfflcer hi Daviess coonty or miff considering the clerk hire he lilm in spending more money honestly in such than the average farmer s of laud clear of debt can give yemriy tat picnics and When you county jjirowlnjr money to the birds hi days r touiiship your reason oofpUr to reasonable voter that either the pedpte most o foot the bills or the said Will I GRIM The Baker has secured the of tojs sermon to the Old Sunday 4assessahle properly y Fronds Re nlnfled Him of His 1 drtbday Annl George fiodwlnjis here frOnTAl i Peoples Hall local rdfnei Greenwood and T Abner D Henry L surprise was the ifort his birth infad of the Walshlngto Street Railway Company co ipllmented with a Tl irsfldy It Kth al aut forty friends called at horn to help him cele brate jjiereceived a gold watcjij number fistful ments wereserve SIX Pnl Mr Faith us the Kljl OS I an Among I J j i t j V The most httei estlng ting of the campaign at i J ml eL k IT SHOULD HAVE MADE A CHANGE AT THE COCrRT HOUSE YEARS BUT ITj SEE1IS THE PAYERS HAD NOT SUF AT THAT THEY KNOW TER The oldtime Will led by the GR CELERY celery plants an acre of the PhilandeS of the placed o farm sou ti west leleryls now and Abner large day John Charles OBr sbn wer T democratic Marys Joseph Smi and all tlte st yet the hall AN IMPORTANT MAHER T GO TOVTU5 POLUS EARLY In there Is no candi Every citizen who is inte datq th ProWbltl0 inter4 oil for ested in Cresting county from the j taxeaters shouSl 4f SENATOR aud for PROSE over the rn tracks on east Fifteenth nre abont 5 Shafles Cllnfajil of V townshdp was here jjuilversary of gather at the polls at H ypu are a next Tuesdajto vote and or a populist and wish T that tho election machinery f or Ithe democratic findidate started off all right for faltor JOHN HSPEN You can aBord to giye AJCBIV democratic candidate CHARLES QBRIEN yoivmay dd go by the cflcje containing 4one day lor countyg and charm and a Refresh piirty emblem the i g in f font bf a9d OBriens aame onHhe ENTERTAINED F William Mattlngly of east i Fourth and South was aur y I faulted the Ladies Auxiliary T The aftornooa was spent In not giving i playlng progri4lve euchrei Hano ue fit gravel if 4 music added gaiety of tie ei he knew and t lat 3ue ought to I A handsome 4 haye kbpwn alter building as painted dish was presented to much rioid a son and j John call discussed by i ti t Democratic you vote foK flail iho of your own iijnd itoH the1 demoMatic nominees for denafor andf There is no peoples candidate fdr tongress if yqa are Voting peoples jfarty jicket And desire to vote the ilemijcijatic candidate for con igress JYR0g JDAVISi may so by marking j within the i circle ppw amd THE DEMOCRATIC speakers will be John Atvln Mflim Arthur fjf v Bal k At In creased Raflway I J Is I jjftobeftsi the L Bjj In to Thoj propor IgpvernijiBnt emplojies lytio igoing himc jto vot4 Is smaller year Scarcely froi   

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