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Washington Gazette And Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1905, Washington, Indiana HIKERS SfltL ARE OPT AND 1 MAINTAINS S ItENCE ABC UT THE fllLJt no power much as la action no Application to an toris mutilai djissatisfa sertjingi that had the he would havje been brc r i or prjpar d ballo Ugh ten f 1 The Costello tailorip Ing ranking WJP jihlne 4 lesday Squire morning JOKXT U 1 sWestiefn TItof AXD BIG BASE GJuidj ARE THE i Si if he ijirpprietor is seriously ill ittpm caught fire i ome of Consta for a few miin Difficult to Foretell When l May Be Looked Hair tarns From Cinclnnatil Superlntendjet it of Motive John Hair arrived in the city fromCincinnati where he went suit was watched wltljgjntj rednesday to jronsult with the offi cers of tbe South western The result of tpe con ultatlon Is not jot have The held ielther among officers of lit company The officers rif the remain emeut Power The congregation Mays u4rch will give a strawbferrj alat the church u AGA1XST I it on tjpe bla j before PAPER REPORTER QLAJQIXATIOX IX IXG OF DISTlRBAJfC was going toil be threw a cai et tinguished the ire lustdamage was d ot 1 fbefjury in the Defiipster the Singer chine Company has rituri dtcj favor of the was hotly contested atad Tbe sltuaion in he strike much e as il was un HULDA Hl TI strikers axe si ill out no meetings todav themselves nOr with it this Will I firm and re South use to II has Ceither i ave they ask d the men that are put to return ti The discharge Donovan who si Charge of the boiler itill maintain and is difficult to tell whei ilement can be looked for Henceon the dp sr Ijjj SCHOOLS WHICH SHI 1 is v v I I i I Hulda Howardof Hdfenstreet will be tlit onl tjuutfujr big in WashX ingfonl erdwds are expected from ijall points of the cqifipaMi Jfind fe estimated that jcir visitors will behere rhsB dili fThe aitijjirtlons are a base bail gftliieTand a of Colum caujclidates for mem InTttie Knjghts of Columbus iijiliated mto the mysteries ojrder Sunday afternoon at Of this number are from Miss B 8 3 1 commence SB i friejiids an will attend exjbrclses spend a at Pel week vgiit and the jotter onjl degree inkers lef jsimons parochial sfhoof j Ihfd if matter rha BehnaiB plev y will work will be done de ously been con ictive The be conferred by iihe vlsj matter I The comiuenceWnJ a beheld some timi is fine Bate has not lindViH Of TOUNKIL EXERCISES BE AT OAK GROJVE CEMETERY JTJXB f Holwatd Is the daughter ft Mrji i Edward Howard of j and Is a t anijfg ulalr ypung Jof age and waji bdjn She came wgii hfjiHiitr en6i lirom lijfiterjishe pelted her parents to wliere atltended the for two year4 her parents iyerfrssago and since Korbv alid staff of in the through Jlne 1 desejt ldi mule teap ecKLl train Swill be run from Evinsville lo accom Vl1 f m SS Places ihat desire lo attend tfe p1 T j fp tliat The council will sciul loll Vjucennes by a delegation and llffy luiishts to this hAii 3 The Washington 11 be Represented by it bershipj over it is piajjllc npmSn thiij city the Su muuii t ja g Criwley wjis hcf deuidjna jOtt JO COUXTY OF the twentymule i i tjjige borax wagon port at Ion of Blth Valley pf in Sujli thje big demobr i id when jai f i I Si j Jghts of Saloon i I Responsible for Stories in iOnisYea Closing ai Mr If Johii G at ban SN trial h use jibrofcen thro ha foilud jSOUtK of I little town of EJnoraJi situ in trie northern part of ttfe cdli at trie Junction of th4 jfc I 4nd SPutfiern Indiana thje Subject of matjy storl4s of Many of these 5 les without any truth Most of the stories can be Jtraceclj ftp of the liqaor Itbe sailoofa forces in their desperate jef taiid thejaddfng sjiruqtors ex pellad the scho i the corps of tt teacper has rVon board to tlj b oltrd ofj best business i i fdrt f o secure liquor ieens C frit jfThey ar inst luslness salpon m fent persons s tithe p CONTEST Promises the MostIn Kvi nt in Historji of The annual ern Indiana j association ties of Ftod of t Or Ccfen ijjnd Mess Vtanroe aad jfllciejit bi held 2ft Sal nental iivi buddiij L and ing Tjiany things and miny y ail ifionty of tales about the of which is done for no re than j to create sympathy ifojthjeir The henchmen of Jacob Bennett land jTft by the lesiier lifehtsj carrying petitions trying nued on I withdrawals from remiji lagairist the These i jlrculating a petition aj s the one hubd ed board reduce the j Tiilmlin T 8 fold will not send on athi ereiitlng of tl e South tancal tOfli eoun Da will The high schools in tjip issociatioi Mitchel OrllaKs Pa olt Salem and Wtfslfmgtol Bed tic V Ifile initially work a smoker I The Woodmin of the Wotild will TheJ commencement ijune at Oaki Grove cemetery one unveil the monument of OllieJ Keller June at Oaki Grove The of the order will gather at Jthelodge room at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon and march to the ceme jtery In a leaving the hall al Wl ofj South sovercigu iitale of El will be In the city aid take In the is exjircted on The Lintc ibf Woodmen attend the and a special train will the railroad cpm persons desiring Iness the The Lint team and the Grays w at the west end park and I number ot Linton fans wil lithe city to witness the game a lodge unvell be run j mny 11 play a large be in jj Entertained by James S Thursday Afternoon S The Thursday Afternoon i Anna Culliran winning fi rf and Bowling seco Johjn McCarty will at ichiiirman pjf the mepting and detedhn the hall aojoreij I is j cffl NK rf a featurej vlle ff rt j j The musical prepared will 5 OTflneous will1 be given of die Vinconnes roun IHnni Madden of tho Evans frifll and tjie Tuites suJi Married Couple UrivL1 to and Board AloP to witceSnejp friends and n baseat Union depot ptsw ly Ihigrried couple rljbe When traitj 12 arryj4i it usual stop put Alsoti were not pb IThe f thinking that11 groom would leave ontfie mpifnlug trainlbut instead they stjpleatlOTJarch jonf tjiem and in g jdrlvffli to Wheatland wiiere 3 s a Pfjbe An jjleal fsji and the The train arriving here wi31 ibring the baseball cejlm to pi is Several I fans Jtlis estimated will ny thp Several pf from Brazil al tnke adyianlaw of the ex fri intend the joint initia i i i Southwestern will ruin tjvrovexcnrsiofts to this city Sun dtiejrom and the other band Anoi compiOse thab on whicha were at yorl T flthc hUffita j I cue tickets and w4iit aast 4 faqd a message thatplace day club was Thu ternoon by James The afternoon was spent Miss st prize id Refreshments were served nd sev eral piano selections were rendered by Patrick pres ent were William George Charles Sidney Ed Mcr 11 t I Harry f ornwald i and Miss Anna Euchre thjs ftiorning stated piat ado libs Will for C Ijf J JMiss I ii Mfss Bernedette Matthews H E si turned to her in isit in the i i will be the place by both t hje Reeve Thujrsd iniGodwiijs afternoon and MjbttenTyi aijd i the deno i f pp who le in yisi iade a political spec h came from Had was used to a club DaSid tie tounty i committee and of the largest dfer The Sullivan nmr to escort thfe istiiir team that yisi ed iuriiig the campaign of Abe riilly The big lof itwentyone hftac of W a large flat amber of rail spjitlers All of the oxert pre ithe town marshal to a will have to Ibls qfl trnship Pupils HH1 ilie Int their efforts to telling that he 4adefsi of the jempecancc forces are jnl tujrsjof the notorious Itand afe the Black anditlliai tflmrlerance element j uphold Aviingers their I Cpnntry people aie liqudr element if they to iJwn iat jthe temperance people will cajitse lienj trouble by setting tlje j upon themi bui onLjtBe ihe hand the liquor jmeffi f tie country rthom they have hoodwinked kill ign their petitions thlat njo trpuble iill befall And by thjis method i Bmes are being added to thetrt i I j j Toe truth of the matitpr yelling and t tilowing alxjnes tovyn Names sncement of Wnship afternoon schools and i ialliat S given up to th riiltendent Phpa e pupils read clkmations whlje e a County allace and e Ellisr d Vljbcennes university made i during the eteeing Settle for Burning Fence on Ellisj was Some JEfeen of CliWner Ti stljt broutjit by Oharner Haw lgaijnst the railroad com jfprdamagjes was tried this Squire that several a i spark from a freight tials of aijdiwas of The for the Tifustee Jesse and was ftn MltlUEL TOUGH Miss lona lona will fey Jays for will a few jri tiolhis fence hsiTsind aridsburned several rods wi Uie could be extin The railroad com Iwiij payinJO for the t Well Known in Washingtc f Away at Cincinnati died at tils morning at his hom ve relu Day who was fBlends and Michael well qinnatliof 6Hidren snryive fortuble shoes any berjt i the vorld make ot r If rigid spec Icati i i Jity and style tle closely by them wtts clerk to Mister chanic He of tjhe Mens Oxfi Including the ashlonable style Best values you Womens ratoa te new CibsPn and this M v T and tie beautifu colors including orthopldic to thej al avd njeen with but not until iraWn from the rembnstjance jand ajddJd to the other petition lhatjone Would suppose alwajss rfenjain any petition fcfrjlaw j s j This fight has been for jsjinie ima but not until the to4n alj host destroyed by tire did th peo ple bf the place begin fo IhlBprOr to which the trpublp The liquor element dhafge the temperance But when aidetjectife accomulated evidence1 upon certain wliiskjr lawless element began the that are mfijie po Wajsh Goo their regy We are chance thi as tor so lit all were rnpre cc chance colpring of urejd Duck 1 At id a choice sifile plalin and Nojde and 1 Ai 15 flnisht desiia At 20 at a ittl valu th seaso f r tbis ifeaijqns selling no better itnprov i At Pie j printin ij Preca am di dtber fl 4 San eoi 4 Foul fab Mer Vei had J that they are Iryijpg tow to farry The temperance jpgpple have been charged with fhirmgj ithe dofted Be Batistes as At brpidered alj shade rifcr and the popular large desi fiovelties jn woven Vol unfls many shades losjjly the freat cy Slllcllousselines plain and flatted H hite s detective to make unwarranted sjtateJ i i perhaps the most seriQiusjpatt ofi the whole affair was the I boycott ofthe Butt thatj has hori materialized yet is good as before began ILait Saturday was one jhe best idatfs for business that the tpwii has I s i he fiuancial condition bf thejjtpwn iis Some few yearsafeo rf fine thmer shirtwaists and s Q wn ist is fine andharoiBianyth far is follows arejj tott miny to mebtiou here jercerize 11 n liawnp nd Sunday at heijome stripe neat figures school building was Greeted Diotted Mu slk strip iflMerc provision made for theijf pa years ago it became jeanip to raise the tax to pasf off tsiase Thincrease in wages of ha te Bleached ipnen IB iy Boyd and son lailves at Wheatai Ltffle ngster I glad garmint thp foery boS ial which he fits healthy lor s mother he can iplay freely M f 1 iSe FRJKbE his tajem In theJ dry V6u won t have u jprbBabiy willi and jou lyoujfcAnt spend arm Da to 7 years ds thoughts etc single or doubly of very sweH j erge cannot duplicate fnll bleached f T LIJ are ask fancy patterrisv nobby salts a theL anything you IA j Jacht straw t serge We have Iananui will go iQrowintf liad i fabrics wfreisure ou will improve atlsfies tend Orgmdies all colored grounds Il Gingham0 in damtv Orn4ndies or and printed cksiin m iiin de Ako p shides nnu this f Toi of si oisej on ill plain arid Jaojjue 1 othe fine pin mdftyjshadf i aad soft land pied Piif
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