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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - January 13, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                state One of ihf opponents Of tlic combinp Jmlgp PollsrJ Wliafr lie said Jo nlciiU SOTIIP of the TMio apiinwinsl1 I IT Hie Tih UK Sprt we irv ifSnot of a persmml It igjtmrixiliciesand methods tFujt we Indiana was Aino when yon came into control derjonit liax gone In yoncaiu read tli verdict of tlie people conoerninf yonr faciion of s of the Second riit J ovirvtlie defeat of Jiciiijren al lat t HmiJO of Iho powerful denm era I jo of Ihe dia reiih I ineiiij Tiie I t and Jaid out cold and Mark in the i of Theilir iicl prtixped for i I Aliin TrKircirr Tniv MAVI AMI IciiiiixiM is liy Caucus lot Is Trapped Into Kefiistil niajoi its of HE II The baciilis is he I aint the in 1 thai lie eon v vcyed directly or one individiial lo an It invades ner I j tssue of and i be a al ain period of Infants are very iivJe to bui in them I T i i ir 4j reproduced frowj the Wasn t is a fair of rate of i Tayioifrom Indiana i COUNTV REMOVED IX OEATH OP THOMAS from ta iliil Taylor as compromie I the usually escape for ProMMiiiitm and lie I Or the nUribiiiifjh tho HtUe impropiplii speech lo Jmlsc Howard is i as of m Iho of Hu tin j in the opinion thai ihe jjnini n cllmenjijlaree elected in elonday were entitled to take their veaisllimi r rin trieilito make I heinselves they a It wa lo tilKiu ir Xo while nher pans 1 Old are eompura 1 I lively adult t v ions by Ken court ojj resort called in iil it is staled by wiio lime examined Their runj dead bodies mod 1 p liia one loviiiior Taylor I have ever par rtdok trial in riluln uary not diiy oT iYr ion railo Svho is Tr7 TherJIe Tossabout what it Is raJd is Ftill maklns a1 ihe ekrl of if t present city the miniiios of thii ihe of hat it is Koins lo a Demcrt of i MI i lied in Imild out a X Now If this stranqc assertion oTJJ rinm l the Democrat menns lit is 01 i that having stood the the rolten councilj J caucusbefore the v should coumil alone and i elecHon is over The election heinsi t their Hon of the niotion before p rliM Ii o L people having registered Ac jo their protest against n venal must remain wliJIo iho riii 111 f i u management of the city s t t Jll O I eil 1 goes on just because the political f iu J r anipalgri passed sort of I l h of 1P aid t proposition thls made by our 11ls j ilvii l We suppose that the Dem1 u iounil In the matter ai jiii ni ocrat pursues hc same sort of rgas1 r onius in Us gnii ported the caucus in the it miifit needstruele to it repaid less of theverdict of ihe people at the poll citizen Sinoe for the caucus Aftor a taK in 5UIlort ilu lh v flir voied tne in Tbo l neeas irucKiu io n now resraru iue lie a of the verdict of ihe people at V It will Ftijkc Ibe avertie n that there is reason flow Y of voe a e Oha oTl i of the camnaNsn liilmn the press o watch tiir roiiEcil us than there was I iiiinfs i m v id on Me j rWe reprint following fromjlhe i I Wuiocra for the reason1 r i that it is Hiich beaiiiifiil Smool mid logicwhat is io be heard in of the But reiUy tlic democratic situation ni u nee an nr i does notIndicate anything ii t d liiaf bosh i The whole contest is directed 10 uiMnoed to i v ting full expression the reply lo this pfciist fijl i o assart or some Tn an uneerlain man should lead The Fairbadlis os Hght is golely ftfr the of i j keeping Die other fellows out ofriofjiperiurualion nna ficeand the The opposins whatever 4lr a light the ln Tile mayors tOji1 ThiMas ie Kairhanlcs It iafi always a i have n lf itever to noliiks for the That is n rP i asked that 1 only a is fo Ipear n this nnivei of the di Ill scar 11 i i lie he shows in Hie Ilie and I Oileriiriltil of il s iiie propuriionh p n AV or oar lar e liiieve fioverntir hr if lie iiio hands pf jit in of of id pl and tfeniane i ho milde in l ilie lali ion iniis ia iiie family fs rot To eti in ei he mi inherited it he Ilia runK jn ihe Mifluiei k ill jfiven IE Was Founder of Merchandising Finn of and Deaths and Thomas of east State a pioneer Q the 0al mining industry of Davieas It which was due 16 general de iilltyr at 9 oclock Tuesday and the burial took iJuco Thursday afternoon at Oak Irove His ago if as elghty ix which placed him inuins the oldest cltlzensjof Davlesa Ilnni In Thomas Wilson was botii In ilan January Us parents were John and Saraa Glover Both were ba of but the mother was f Welsh His father was miner and the son was reared near he In fact his WM assed in the great coat mines ot Tho mother died while as of a tender age and the father ollowed her when young Wilson was i Came to 1S53 he came to this coun y and settled In the coallreglonB of bringing wllli him hte iff who was Mary a na vo of whom ha mar eil in and children He staid I I ili I i I ai e ill opera iil e filled in and ai ioli holders pi lo eoiilniii liie s aill iniieilirieiy will double the of he A fcirni a par of new Ji is Ihi Ill I i k illll I O be llf il ll Ule in ihe of ii b put Tile ot xpkM d lo si before the ISSrllelT the f i e owed was not in ou nv tli Id M j i T i r Qllai Note the language of the and Wd Gar eoominltteo appointidlo purelra3ejfliner d thai their iiMrs F fire department nnd and If or fdloaloneevontiaetforami allowed Jo take the the com mi It ered chase any and aH supplies for sajid lueniners of ilin Gar flre The Fenience exjjlained thai the demand was wardly bill iiie splil because of ihewimcertaiuly of Infinitive does not the rov law the tinjeu the Democrat now tries to tclis lie and thill the committee never to to act under the couitifll but niirejy Uvere iM ii IVi lo preachers nnd the cbiiivh yo of ihe men of Bedford to tffpi pfoppi He thai if per tuejperformance of The nijiV ilil no olfer rvady CrooliVin that lown by j to e ai iiie 4ivt did not do ihe cafise tin year it come aiion They thcimscltje ilU something to shudder over for sosli tlie i we aJiuJre1 ih then and ii must be admiifid on ivhich that shows of a cerlaiu ehafaeto no jou ibejcau OHKht to ilie ije of 5il i Alexander hi In parts of ihe i piionijily proposed Davis has been jip of the ir since Ihe he save nob vfliicii the check for to get out of the iiie ityto wrile checks thai beii io ner ami n j AValier o the wttji i Mis lar llu Far siiic exjtiainrd io ll is could jjlol be Ml acifott iniisf be iirion dionlWl Alex i Know liat an ippenl laln fipn th iliiiir on sitie nielli in I than IP eniiens i li and sa in a iiini ie JIIL ilia i liijn i fiends of of diniir n le lo his home from v F I le realiy surprised io ii lid i il lillcd willv anil the Probably sixly sal as iven man as ill tvliieh liis AniiHiLr lliose n Seb pl i j j IranK M Allen and r Hj lot it Ihe liar in L Iaal had iiiln i and iftlmi ipid rear door lui i i and a in Ih i ibie i The ui not lie llried in oi Tleir toiir d in jafl o a lli ill ita i lia OLD ions1 ie old soliliers of and lipid liiiir unnnal ilin ti Tile aJTair i of lie illid 111 es ICaeh Viir ihe old sol he a desirable qualification for hal laying M a democratic nominee for talY did iii s I i i ff it may be iKrely i I 1 Davis is claimjns the e n of DavjesS1 Alsothai he his saying so he cnufdi i i good grouuds far his j tjirttwould i i ai I Gomsioek is iif i ooinuiission1 on account oj an lar etiiiiii inj while he was latins e il HiJis iu 1iio at A ii v f fragmrnt of a broKeu piieiier cur Jris Thcjndse s a he i ibanil i Ibe firii of iri i m i in due and thore is no n AiexnidT miners p the a if h b a iinalh sn an n i fo thai i The iu the appoluiimJilR iva TIM i I Aitorney ONall has forwardd lo lie ap lonn ihe brief for a of the eas of the I 6ii iinia ii i uj is tninv I asainst the iii and I PL ihe sum in Ma r in I11 ln he coiupjiny in con Ii 1 qn I4 WiijiOi lie Anlii AiflDily M siuera ion of lie i locailnir of and whieh was J forfeited by the net of ihe company in from ihe i ll i 1 In iie aiid iA alornoy made 10 i argument for a iv o ma he iase by th He ail h rrd iu itJliii until In the autumn of 1 in J1 year he flrst foot on Dt viess county jtlme few mines were in operationth this aec1 tiou but the dUcbvery coal had jieen noised about tie attention was beiirg gtVen to the which was In fade and i Ilis brother William find preceded him n small mlno near tne place where Ihe Cincinnati Seating factory youstands when he came to Wash ington and he entered the business with He was poor but the In vestment proved a paying one and he secured leases southof the Southwestern then the With a gin and a none about the flrst coal that eirer came from a In southern Indiana was hoisted from these which sup plied Washington with what was classed as the cheapest and best fuel in he A company now had beou known as Thomas Wilson which was composed oV Iiio elder Thomaj Wilson ot east Walnut Wllson and lata Joseph who was mayor of Washing Ion at one i An EnerRetic The Wilsons were per filled with a desire to bettr tluir own and by their la Ixirs large sums of money ware made n Ihu coal Operations vere extended and soon was operating a largo number of about One was i of the city another Was situ on riie Dttnean near the anntlier was at which the Davleas company now Tile fiiiher also was Interested in the Valley number num the Dutch and Spring Valley south of which wiirc partly owned by members of th6 Cubel Kauffman Iilviil in One Place Many Thomas came to he did not buy He flrst llvedwhere he After he moved to property onsoutlieast Eleventh few years he bnuglit what was knpwnas the ieorue Trantar prop erty of When hla la in he roa industry had been re h bought property where i for ii from that time until Founder of Tlionins Wilson also was the founder of the general merchandls i linn of Wilson and jliii which in the front rank of jietl mirculitile establishment In this find for iliiin Mitiia II lo ijnie f N ei iiri fiJiim igi b divjdeii J lines Jun n bin ihe iiial iy after daiii d tij 11 o ithtitj of lie KlKlX 1 I li 51 So is another Khmd ji the field JTlIaMhews of J COUlf oil wood will not he in bis Jud the living leaders iiievp flip disliic tluu t cnmeJ home from tjjv reply ihe is i for finnl on account of had been heiird snemi of AI JAS The sum involve for Ihe had Jar citys jwniey and nsevi4iihntl o ncv Pafiinery for nully was Doris Elnton 50Od prospect i was n fine iliijjjjdiner that tljciVmtnci 10 ri Gls compaiiyj arrived Snt that Irislinian injrnory j sit en an liulirec exprpSoh that Vas make a ivpijtL to Ihe conmHof Work of the ma had his laugh before he tacWed i hard to ff f is in progress and ai the end1 you j jpnioot and Horrail thnt in oi 1agf Oijomn 3 of the mnnlU the coimmny cciurt for final erd oriiri ill the suit has been in Ihe courtsfor 1 t t t Til1 atoriirys fori are Oirdnn ri Airbony onj wai ne in rii mind lie hpjl otliee of the but aver in pus r of tht This company did i a business in bulld and southeast Third for several The firm of Thomas and He hiiy four Thomas and Joseph The part was dissolved about 1900 be business sold to Neal His All i Ltnfaj Tlie entrsy and induHtrioutness of jnionias Wilson bave forth remarks from a strons to take active part in the mining Indus i The uveii aficr having accumulated mid a deal of He pre eiraioj ferred inlate notwiihstand roll Iniied on 1age Column S   

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