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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1902, Washington, Indiana                                Indianapolfe Capitalist Tallra 01 nt AMcUtln Kay Alba to r QUn Futon WuttftJbxato From Wednesdays An Indianapolis traveling man was in the oity Tuesday and talked with Wash ington merchants regarding an inter urban line from Viacennes to thiscity He said a friend of his at Indianapolis whp is somewhat of a capitalist was in terested and would invest some ofhis pwn money and was associated with men who baa money and would invest it in such a He said the Indianapolis capitalist had suggested the the Business Mens Association of Washington get theright of way from this City to white If such is done he said he might meet the county commissioners and go with them in building a bridge across white river to be used 0th fcr the inter utban road and a wago t i Vincennes bus iuess men are not terested jn such a line fearing all the Knox county farmers along the road will come here t The Business Mens Association tonight will talk the matter but will take no action as the1 Indianapolis man has offered no ro i GWSS The association tonight will also fon sider a proposition pf Charles pf Loogootee fpjr the establishment pf glass factory Mr Lythgoe has been running the Lythgpe at will ask for a bonus of two acres of S1500 and will also ask that 81500 worth of stock in the factory be subscribed by local He agrees to employ FACTOR A Chicago services 4 Cipt conduCted this afternoon Ef ircle attended a ytiay Aid a fijring tacco npsined Oiore cemetery iervicisat the t I Several Cars Demolished and of Mason taiting fi Tjro Xlrant ijnand Milford cauj bt two aid by the iiihe Buit apple Thy pi lied the imd Iprijdlm t j qme witches F upderb they shipped wearing lout so were cut m men tie girls in a belpless t hearing went to the and found Jirls tying on the grout bprigj too i to They took bem to and Butnmoned the MncH Merchandjlsi Destroyed 11 r The EnjinwfOoiMti uiaTirtnWMm tor Brought to put HlgW Oittntfl 4 S 8 W w wHichl near lney the death of Engineer JLotinaty and Fireman one ol most id the history pf tie The Wreck age was piled high an the sides if the track inci open it wprk ot clear ing it took sepenil The Iwrecking craw irom this city ar Mired on the scene at 1 36 o ckKJt and the ctew from a short time Both j crews to work clearmg t racpr itrequired kbout eight arid the track was shape until j about Woven oclock1 last night The night Itrams were the prst to pass operand theV ran on time il J r The was twentysix Cars an aSSaiiantshld made after sop A search jwas They were The girls e re in ja seric na ITie boj were bulre of akea before ponding with men regarding company iscorfes Washington business ithe establishment 1 of their factory in jthis As yet no building has been found enough 83 square feet of floor space is The business association frill The association will also probably consider a plan to raise money to locate factories The plan is to buy a large track pf lasd at the edge pf the city anddivide It in selling the The money and perhaps part of the land would go to the establishment of fact ones This plan hns proven successful where other qilies have tried it bond for their a meatfines Vedpea fl u I could be late Monday id in Eberwines with a be of j secured thi hfer a tnepeople her out and ihejbe gaij higreets un thi North j ft iasajd she w is sijat let fwm Snh J u t 1 t laonsof tie wclrse the i woman was jandxfreliBve t Iron here to Vipi vijnes had only ka9e qf sinkllpox m tho city weeks anfl t aat pase W s1 sent here count HOTIOE TO JffJH j The State of Daviess in the Daviess circuit court Odtober James Wilson vs Francis the unknown legatees and legal representatives of Francis Complaint No Now comes the plaintiff by Allen and files his complaint together fen that the residence of the de fendants is unknown and that diligent inquiry made to ascertain the residenee of said j but that said inquiry has not disclosed the regi dence pf said Nptice is therefore hereby given defendants that unless they be and ap pear on the first day of the next term of the said court to beholden ontthe scfo ond Monday of October 190iJ jit the Court house in Washington m said county and state and answerer demur to said the same will be heard and determined in their In witness I have hereunio set my hand and the seal of said court at Washington this 22nd day bf July p 7 25 Ille Man Glfi Betters baye beeii AlfbrdBVille re beanliaSd Toei went with a tfaO irts ffiliraiar Sotioa of Adnliniitrators 8ao 4f J Notice is hereby that the under signed administrator the estate df George will at iiug at the south door of the court bouse in sell at public auction to the highest bidder the ing real estate in Daviess Inr towlt Lot28 in Clark fe Wilsons second addition to I Terms of sale Goehalf balance in 9 purohasei giving note witi ijing 6 pej ceni approved without rail AMOS BA HeffernaniM 1 7 deferred payi it The Baltimore 4 OhiP railroad has lei contracts for tdfls of rails to bsL in its Regular maintenance E daring next Onehalf the con I tracts thw Baited States SteeHl Corporation and on J ent TheprJoei defied dating Jthe the d ase in the fourteen of them were badly The wrecked weraJoaded merchandize of all The of the huow wis so great that the engine was comriietely torn loose from the remainder if jthe tram and Olear of the Trlls the rest of the tram Iree and it raA down the track for about an eighth of 8 when the first car henmd the tejide r jumped the Tjiis one S 16 ade d with swelled ciorb and it piled uj cars in an immense The trujcks being theyjiwerejeft more loaded these to their own momentum aidlisja matter course wele complel Werp cm for a Thi trick apd aae erp pletely up ovei yirdii and much longer distatce She j ties were so badly thattje llrack wjll hive to bejrelaid before traips Can j safely SJOUY OF j Head Bakeman obly of the The of the that canjgive us nhl y ridesiin tke ergiij Foutch tuijl gone to dfnner and had just and climbed to the the engine He wa fading thej eogiue ocqured was Engineer FireioMt Conductor Cramp and BJrakemen E Foncjhe and Charles Middleton Tbeconfluetoe andbrakemcn were un 1 I i il ONBT n The only explanation offered as to the wreck is that the engine was Carrying too much steam and going over the grade it was shut off thus throwing too much pressure on I1 itEN BROUGHT The victims of the dreadful wreck were brought to this city last night pn 12 and Connatys remains were taken tohua home on Walnut street and Mr Musters body was taken to the iome of his Henry on West Many trainmen considered engine 125 a hoodpof A number of years ago the engine wjks wrecked near GraysivliHe and eft the track and completely turned around i again Fire man Chahea Mitchell fell Ithe en ine at ajjgravel pit near Vincennes and was the engine had beenj out of hop only a few days and it was ordered o be sent to Vincennes to be used as a witch Had it not blown up it Would hafe now been in use pit Vin Celebrated itb Hundred Frople Strred f heitre Law i Spotcbes Made After being over hauled the engine ooked like a bran new one but after the it did not have the slightest re emblance of its former The boiler nings which were made bf half inch teel were torn fnto as if they werp made f Casting weighing hundreds f poundaT were thrown five hundred eet i FCNEKAL SERVICES The furjeral services nf both men will e held The remains 6f luster will be taken to on Thursday morning and the burial will e under direction of ood of Locomotive The seiiyices Engineer Gjinnaty ill be held at nine oclock Thursday morning at Simons ijBuriil ill bo Jnhns The of Locomotive engineers ill a red letter day tp ioc 1 Lodde To IN of this I being tfp iiftieth anniversary of thi establishment of the lodge History Idea records thatitbe action taken toward establishing wak July 1SZ2 tfio Gnintl Master of Indiana dame Charles Childs and a number of others and the lodge the ninth of July bufrths di4 not until the Aatong the othpr charter members were Jblgi Helpbmstine jsmi The order soon gained straagth here and Washington now 1 oneijf the best lodges in Indiana Rebekah degree was first given tp a short time after DEATH i th boose eal ipl ited his roof tqlgp to m 3the roofTand the explo al vhe Foutch said suddenly the feet in In a spcod he o pxplosioh and the deafening noise of 0 saw piooesjbf this high in thjj in all I The enjgine loftj trac r JL idWas tbVown thij pilot fac rig iha This piled the oingine and thi three cars in admass at side Foujiph was thrown fjromi tHe ca boose roof but with me ptner Iraitjnjen he soon tp the oil En ginger Corinaty amj thegi from thjeldjebrfs and cjirry jng them Mr iJFcjiutch vfould navb beenfilled hadjljel becfn on en gine where he usuallf ri4es j H i Lit i The ID ESCAPE here no I ble escape fpr eithier the engineer p as 3the both caught i ndpr pebfis Conbaty regained ct fety moments and aai I pbre was jfet pf wjater iriihp boiler ami hat di not tripw What f caused Fireman Mjnsterlivec i a few hours jj bu Austin jOaattin of Plainville Fell Mom ing on tju Porch at their Home and jbled f Suddenly MJary wife of Austin Chattin ot Plainville fell this morning on the hotne arid died t She arose at about four oclock and seemed to be in her usual health but had just gone out op the fell and had a hemorr duriftg which she died twentyseven years 0f age apd loaves a The remains will bo taken to Alfordsvillo TKursdny morning fqr Cpnripy was ftjiashfedafeou the body bis Aurt Internal injuries prtfoably hi Musteif bpdl mashed andj was badlV ErlgineerjConnitty forty five pf age and Was the sop and bf Be ronioted to engineer l8fJ and kndwn as j Careful Mohn He considered ojne of the safest and engineers oithe road j Sofas a mem ber of the railroad ord srfcanil carrledllih nauunoe Iri the Brotl Mrs wai was lers Mr I me and Tjav Connijty had for some sod leaves a wift small Poem ty the I daugh ter of Thorn s McKiev eVei her bus andfsdeathl i f f Fireman J ike Must ir waf fprtyfpur ears o age andwas fen las ransferred Sack to I He leases wifqand ffro children at Thi crew that bad JJ i J J Trustee feichard of Van Buren tpwnship announces the apppintment of the following teactfers the Doming school ternn Smiley LibertyjMayme Trueblood Hacklerfliyrtle AfJosie j J Gritch e was but to sevyal years the Rebekah did not gaip In the last few years the members hav been especially active and now jthe Washington Robekah lodge is one of best in Indiana Several new members were taken into the Rebekah TJe anniversary was celebrated at the theatreand some of the oldesf said it was the largest gaJtHeTingibf Old Fellows ever held ip Washington Three hundred plates wprft the banquet and every Beat was occupied i had bien neatly decorajted and liagj and liunting wore hiiog tUrotfffhout the stage n stfeaintir nittf the Lsne Truth Eliierlj3 Hitings wae Innster ofltremornes The operfing ad by Vi ill Cogswell and nM offered an MJ then made a pretty speecii tetlmgof the local lodge BndfchiJ wotfe of arranging fpr the banquet vv ftiijhr ns ever attempted were to by W EHiiKey Samuel E jE Spoonts Mr Elli Anniversary ea of the Ipdge from the its orckrfjzntion up to the pijes KBrerpool lodge bad done mars forlho than any othefjodfte1 in as it i WILL XOJ OFFKHp i j If the preaching by telephone JJabit one can go to sleep during ijtire flome sertnon without offending Indianapolis i J EXPLANATION JK OBpER s There are those who wobld ft havo Bryan explain what he means when he says that there will be haf bony in two groups in nd isnapolis qom MORK lie Democrats of the Seventh JSpfth larojlma district voted to indorse Kansas City platform and then inated for Congress a man who for McKmley in and There harmony for you N HOT WMSRlNGTOJi Wjshmgton snchfl street car ine three withtrl he last few days thadres lady uisselnger ias been Set on Vonly Washington is a hot Cjomtaercial t THOSE TILEPHONF t W is to become the vogUil to up the tijlephonesoas to enable people fa mons tep n at home and Jisten of thar pastors very if will go to ncd the wil be in dispensa with hurt hes and have the pastor defjver sejnnong in his study it that ev ent lie congregation might go tp sleep ut ahnoying anvbakjuse Pr the rjiin ter j jAH persons jntcnding to make for earner 0n tjhe rural routes in ie shoald imaitdintelr faleau with the po tmafter af tile ifrom which t lit territorj be irvejl Routes will Jeid from IVfont amery and nito Dawesa Xo bo fur appomtfflenb a barrier must live in the territory to bu served or in the town from whieh roiitej leads Each applicant vvilj ba notified personally by the postmSsteC the eiact fyme the examinatioo The examinations nil be conducted at the pdst named daring the i WMknieii On Boads at PerereljntgKe i turn to Wqrk at Shorter Honrs Labor Commissioner L AlaCor mack was in the city last night enroute from Petersburg to his home in India I Commissioners McCormack and Bchmid ana Judge Ely composed a board of a bit ration that settledthe trouble belween the rock road con tractors anc the workman at Petersburg Wednesday contrkctora employed men and offered to pay fora ten hours day jjrorkThe1 workmen de manded workirig A compromtoe was agreed upon ol a nine hour day workmen to receive 16 cetjtsper h6uror The men are returned to work int the contractors were hot Liverpool lodjjLj that piirohasecl grating afcd plitCd Oak Grove cetnotery Mge ljuilt the Opara gtvirjjjjthp citjf n good entertninmunt hall T named Liverpool Ipdgijas thilt vffli the name of this ait whett the Iodg4 organized j pastor of the Kirbt an entertaining tidk on Value lie pictured fhe nginy financial aiid the first three degrees for of a few visitors presaift Reid seems to to take all of tie he af E of Mar nsySlfej Grand Master pf Fellowship and was For twenty le fselji the closest attention of his large and his address was Mr Pryor is onolbf he IMltig of Indiana and may fe made Grand Master ThfcJast responded to was Why 1 am BO Qdd Fallow by Rev ot the P ThiJ jvaijaip good ona nrjd thojtgfi if was midnight the audienie had prepared tJojfi the inner1 man glaacfat thW mdtju will show PickledEggs 5Uvea iere last FeBraary and settled the big Barr To ship 5 Trustee William pf Barr has appointed the following teachers for the township schools f Kate Hopkins I Abandoned Clara j Edgar Feagano Fred Harris fa Ella Brpttn I Wift Kennedy Mary McOrackenEliinh I Aggie Mattlngly 1 OofffJames Ernest Ij Baney Graves LydiaLavelie Osenr 1 Wm j Mnrtha Vest LengacerLydia Cunningham f I f a Ella Caanelburg j t Mnry Carlin f cj Jennie lluuterJ Adn Services The funeral services ptEngJneer Connaty were held this mormpg Simons church and were attended by a large crowd Burial was at Tie serv ices of fireman Muster feere held last evening at tfje residence 4his brothet Henrv and tins TnorBing the remains were to SeyiftDTtrlftjr burja1 ffanjted Btvall WmUdi KKI luck and Go After Pptato t Cream Slaw t llceICrteam T Fruits ied Cnkei i i Iced Tea ied by singing theclo Ragsdale offer i of Ray Kieferj James Will Kiefijr McCormack and Schmid were and Hwry occupied seats ori 1 i Judge Tom of who s a democrat fcandidate for the con ressional nomination fs trying ta get the stage and the evening fi 94 the First At tb meetin sidered wanp to faotiry position 6f mkny Of from Bankot have declared capital from Washington to prc tighanc Aeom e Mou last night pf factories in this city was Associa location In all locate about eight fac including two furniture factories a a desk The prpp tythgoe to estabfeb adtory meetsjthe approva1 of the assooiation and it It is repdrted pyt igoe wilt remain at her factories all want bonufep t to and positions werolall entirely were not seriously consider mittee ol j and Crane was pointed So secure bids for options fend at at the tiity a v of looating factories on i M   

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