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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - March 3, 1905, Washington, Indiana Ml After Exciting Chfse and Summons Were Young Sberrili waawbrkibg Hawkins at the tipej andf aays be W order to bim4lftor i pair of tovea worth 15 cents and vr Thta WM abouta monjtbjago tinea then the bor bai awedi eeotonce in jail for carrying oonoMJed Ha n twenty RAN fROM DEPUTY SHERBFT To feeep from Appear in band Wants 4 Jemima formeriy of this Kaox couaty and bar been eeariing fot wascaptured aceosdiDg to tte foUowiag story in the Vmcenuaa Capital V deputy this In getting tnwa of aad after an ex read a aantmons to her 16 SAtOONWAR IN ELMORE COX BEINGS I SUIT Dj Otta Cor filed awi divorce from bar husband Liwrence Cox this morning in the Circuit fihe aays that they were married to and that they HVed togethernotil February 1908 when she says be left without She claims ride for her although he waa man of she asks that hermsiden name Miss Otta BUia be restored the court gire her all other Allen Hastings are her Attorneys OLD CI1IZEN IS SINKING In court aa a defaniant in a suit flleajjy Edward Efforts have to find trace of her fcr aererr al but each baa proved unsuc Alter learning of her where abotfa Deputy Thompaon wentflto the plaM this bu Doraett saw tiro and made a ran to keeyhlm from reading summons to evidently knowing ita contents andjoot wishing to have tbe summons Dorselt ia said to have run severalhousee and to havees for a few minutaa by hiding be aome She was finally and pleas to not read the summons ware SOW Doraett much of hex time here and bar hoaband watffa Waahtaetoe a few Be haa brought suit for rrorce her summoned to alwaya eradedthe brought here some time but she fought the case and kept him from getting a the is a religious and startled local attorceys by kneeHng and ptajing far socceealn the At the close she is sued a of thanks to thexxiurt ofi cials easastedlur Josiah Palmer Not fxpect edto Recovery Jostah Pmlmeri one of pie most prominent farmers and wtU diTided his one of the wealthiest land owners of the is dangefonslT ill at his home northwest of city neuralgia of the He wajs stricken Thursday ard ia sinking atives hae slight hopes of bis Palmer is almost eighty old aid ia the father ot Mri Charfttt Blaabeth Will and Seth Palmer of this Will Again Come Up in Com missioners venlog of consumption after a She well city aareUtirea 4ill be Viocenties Saturday n WILL CONDUCT REVIVAL i pastorjojr the first Baptist church will leaire Saturday morning for to rWof rerival meetijogs WITHDRAWALS ere will be filled Sunday W e i 1ANKS HOME IS jj filed Today By LIqaor Coming To plgbt From A MARTIN COUZWT HOT IN Marshal GUrdner ot ar reitsd Cutler Bherrili yeeterday on a chaste of forgery at charge against young Sherrill is aa affidavit filed by Jamaa a taeilr of near alleging the forge ry ot aa order oo a prominent Sheala AMOSEMESTS Stock company jopeai a aolid week a engagement alf Spints Opera house Monday night in the four act melodrama ShadoVof this Guillo Leroy has secured liome ek celtent talent this seasoalto siipport him to such Btrang ThB Gamblers Michel Margnage Each production b eqaipped jrithacenic electrical jlfaw aid up to dataapacialties will be Introduced DC Monday iadies cent ticket purchased before seats go on Bale The moon saloon fight comes up f jr another round in cannty commia atonera court next week and this time tbe liquor forces seem to have fair Chanceeof Charles Granger has filed an ap plication for a license to open a saloon inthe Sipa building at and with bia application has filed withdrawals for 45 who he says have signed the remonstrance against saloons in Elmore As yet tbe remonstrance against Granger has not been filed but will be An electioa has been held in Elmore township since the last remonstrance Was filed and the election 606 rotes It therefore is necessary to hare 304 names on a When filedthe remonstrance should bare 348 45 withdraw pBouiamoNiara MAT It is believed that the antisaloon forces will be unable to get that number several ptomjuent republicans who here tofore have affiliated with them baring refused to sign a new claiming the prohibitionists broke faith whh them in refusing to anpport JJin republican pnhibitioniat for trus tee last Instead they sup ported a party candidate and as a reanl a democrat was F1BE The home of Danksat atoka caught fire from a i lefeclive flue Thursday and considelrabli Bamage was done before the bucket biigaaa extin gnjahed the Mr Di taka formerly ved here and is the fjubeiof j Oarid barberat Schunks barber shop on south east Second cut his finger severely on a floor4 The lack caught his finger and mashed the member K THREE TKAMPS ABE J Al LEp FOK LOAFING 4 patrolman Will Borders arrested three i tramps near tbe grounds Thursday The men were loitering and creating a distur They refused to give names Trials fate tills Look to Your Feet f v Many people who are careful and i correct dressers pay little attention to their Shabby shoes spoil the effect of any and the wrong shoes with the right dress are almost i i ji las 1 for evening wear are a luxury and aont cost i I readyjand they freshen t and m an intitation to the or L t ll Tfottr business footgear will wear bfetterf and be more sanitary for longer rest and let us jro our day and evening shoes at a comljiBKHoh price for the ivro We promise cbjnfort for little f r rs rda conducf a BU pulpit HALLENGE MORE TROUBLE Cursed Officer When Taken in Court for HE STRUCK HIS WIFE And was Bearrf sted by CitpUlD Kermode and Patrolman i j ikachlniat apprentices at fhopi leaf a in ifew days for a jrip New They will gone I I 1 Allla Busies who bad a hand Injured weeks ago While at the tbpps as eogiqeer is able to He will noi ba able j to work Smith has been appointed su perintendent of the Louis division of the Southern wiih hsidquartere at to sucxa4 Oharies the atjop his feats in hypnttism is attracting much attention id He is to put the subjects to sleep and doing unusual Poyae ia in the city dianapolia visiting frqm In WAGON HlT BY A TRAIN Was ThroWn Upon Depot Pla form and Smashed Thursday afternoon an pas senger train engine struck the Ttrre Haute Brewing oompamy wagon at the Main stieet croadog and threw tha engine onto the The wagon was damaged but the mule an 1 bronco pulling it were The drivei had left the wigon and tha sUrtedto across the track in front ef the psaajjnger Washington Basket Ball Team Will Ask The High Sjhool basket ball entbus though practicing the game only ne are developing j rapidly Md rpeotto soon hsve twi good From ffreep men to begin West has developed ast Yelcb and especially how up i The team as soon as will challenge Vincennes for a The Old Post boys hareplayed the game1 for years but Washington will tackle them MASQUERADE JDANCE WILL BE SUCCESS eomplr KliSIGMS SITUATION WITH FUBHITUKE CO yesterday maigned his situation with the Ideal Furniture He has been bookkeepe and general salesman for tha firm since the first of the He will again en gage in the work of inspecting count Ideal company has employed Charles Wilson of Washington Court to succeed takes charge at Wilson ui an experienced furnitureman and cornea well BLIND TIGERS BUN OUT OF The last of iha blind which bate been in operation at Corydonhas Charles the pleading guilty to a tharga of maintain ing a nabuee and being flavd HO and By remonstrances the temper ante element baa praTantad the iasuance of tlcensea during the last two but another fight baa been opened by John Btanth filing an application for remonstrance will be preaantad to tha Uonoty when tha board maata next BfiJl f Arrangements have been or themasquerade ball U be given by the Pleasant club inext Monday Prize dances fill consist ot the j fol lowing First toj the best mapked couple in the grand Second to the best msiked ccnple in prize j Third to the best mateked couple in prize two j Fourth to tha bent makked gentleman in tbe prize ithg The dance being on the comic order the prizes will be awarded to tbe oses attracting the most atten i j j There will be alarge number of out Will arrested Tharaday mflrning for assault and katterr OB bis sister Philip is still id tbe lime Bolster was takan before Mayor Clark for trial late Thurs day afternoon and had hardly landed in the court rcJm until he began abntlng the court officialu and the witnesses in the The officers were unable to quiet him ajid Mayor aseeaaed a fine of 115 and costs or m The amount was stayed and ReUter promlaad not to drinkany They weot home and a half hour later the were summoned to bia home by saying he waa beat ing his Captain Wilt and Patrolman Will Walker arrested Reister him to He remained in the lockup but early tbia morninp was released by Marshal Gejer on application ofhis I V If he causes more trouble he will be tried on thi charge of beating hit but if he quits drinking ha may escape turther There is some question eJjont Bajateri reformatory The has but he waa paroled year which probably haa not expired becanaend discharge paper Grocery Orders Dp you give Grocery oidprs to for Dayton cr other oufef town nhonscsf If you do you loose You can at see before you pay for it and save 10 per cent and will refill with goods of same quality and on same any order mayibave bought from such houses within the last sixty days and deduct ten per cent and freight from Btjug order slips showing quantities and prices and we willjfill them as abote fioni our own large stock of reliable Gro You will save ten per cent and together equal to 13 per cent aid have the satisfaction spending you money at home witr help you pay your taxes and feel an interest in the the city county KODSING I AT PLEASANT At Pleasant Bill chnrcjt fire miles south of the a reriTafc ia in promises a weoderful the and an irange are conducting the Carter ia a powerful evangelist from and has been working several oftown visitors and no i doubt it will prove a j John Diyle was here today from loo Nullis was here today oennep joe Graham this Hnlett was VIMCESNB8 WOMAN KNOWN 11 of Vinceo Fraden died Widneaday Dorset Five st IBS of Corset good quality handsomely finished and j Aflne showing oJ sev eral styles at this popular lUat cloth add Cambric from the to tha most elaborately Several dainty styles of tha finest cambric cfattly trimmed in eibroidery and Ffner ones at SO and NOTES of SHOPS AND hasreported Fireman Frank Smith for Boas of the boiler shop if Jon the lick Traveling engineer Enqis Humphrey is at Dispatcher Tom Flanagan ill trans acting buiiness at I bircmi i Maloae is laying od his i Ziba Gralam renirnediat ocon jfrom TraiQmmster Owens baa re urn Nice muslin Drawers with three rows of hemstitched others with deep flonnaes bice SOe Extra valuef muslip and cambric daintily trim lace and embroidery rnfflea aito drawn work f hem 73e Several dozen pretty styles to choose trimmed 16 nice combinations of efnbroidtry and SOc Good muslin full size and tucked lacej embroidery and ribbon At fine Nainsook and cambric pretty new styles with drawn tucked njcely trimmed lacersnd insertione to j At to Pretty creations of fine needle work ia several styles elaborately trim med with finest enbroid ery and At SOc We start the price at for well handsomely good muslin Many to choose At Several as many Finest muslin and Abundance of j hemstitched ruffles sad i wide At to Fin Long Cloth and cambric daintily wide hemstitched tucks and oratt val laces and insertion to returned to Loogootee hre today1 from Odon transacting Fred Bosch went to iVinoenoei Ibis morniag on a business Sherman Weaver was here today from Blnora transacting John Grate is here trim Tlsitlng friends and i Gilllsjof West Walnut is rlsltiof relatives atiVinien Ljuis Clements of Elnora is vis tlng and Misses Battle acd Josephine Kocher vent to Wljeatlind at i Earl Hair arrived here todayfrom Cincinnati to jpind a few days visiting i I MlasGrace Bogaid baa from a1ll a visit with frientts and relstives at OUie Lynch arrived in the city this morning frompOhieago to visit 41 r and Mel Green returnee Cacnalbarg this mjirnli R afcer a jjrialt in the wajt end with Wat to hit home in from a business trip to Cincinnati Machinist Foster Banes reported fr work this morning after a Machinist Grant Johnson haa1 return ed to work after a few days Fireman B Brown iand wife left today for tolviait Engineers Joe Lynch and Stump are laying j Chief oar inspector waa here today from Cincinnati transacting Assirtant division engineer Dor ley is transacting business on ths Spring field Bridge foreman Bysr haa re turned to Flora after transacting busi ness at the Frank Sipleof tha remind who has been off for aavaraj daya reported for work this morningj Traveling auditor M Bnaataa transacted from make this city bia Will Gooldy Aaa BadjfpinM 15he Embroideries f is splendid of 4 hitt dainliuesH is OIK of merit anid styles to suit every Newest styles in combinations in Nainsodfc aid Baby I Flonnc Galoons and i Special mention of a few of the hundreds in j Opn cambric all newpatterns A large 3e FbU lacey open woraj and 5 wide new and iartistlc loe Mitch Seta of SwlWNarDaooVJ and fine cambrul and dainty 20c and tse If inch Cambric SkliTflooiiceai and Corset COT ahowy openwork patterts beading edges flounced and ioraei coyer J lim aaaortmant of black cream and new Thejargi of pricea abooaini S
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