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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                i i of tteiJwBcm drcqitt win nominate i for ProtecuUng at Loogpotee next i EDITION THE GAZETTE AND The Democrat seems to be dfi turbed because a negro republican voter wbi asked for a nomination on the Gibson county ticket If our esteemed contemporary has such a consuming love lor the wliy doesnt it try to get some of them on tfce ocratlc ticket Theres Charley for He isa good be had been nomina ted for an office on the democratic county he might have been persuaded to remain In JUNE DElGRATSiPY WITH FEW EXCEPTIOJJS THEY APPEAR TO HAVE QOPIED REPUBLICAN Senator Bailey of Texas is another prominent democrat who is not sus pected of being responsible for the premature Bryan The great Texan is one of the biggest men In bis It was a misfortune that Ballets temper led him to make a personal assault on Senator That Incident set Bailey back ten years In the estimation of tie The people of Che pres ent age can not overlook such dis plays of violence In a public It may be said ifor Bailey that fce Is consistent Inhis want of regard for he considering the Nebras kan to be mere of a populist than a h HO milCK ON They cammed on the river bank for waiting for the owners ofjthe nets to show but no one so the officers burned the From there tlhey went the silver and near Linton RIpley Craig and George using a seine In the TBejr were arrested and the seine The men were fined In cougt at Here It may figure out own worth to the community la dollars and Holt of has prepared a ta ble of physical economics show Ing a mans In Holt show that at ten on 3H Per discount a boy Is worth at at From that time on his value decreases cnUl at seventy he Is and at eighty is a drawback on the com munity to theextent of A professional man at twentyfive has Member of Republican Com mittee Says He Can Be Reflected By Biggest Majority Republican leaders of tte state I read the platform adopted i by the I democratic state convention Thurs1 day pretty closely and documents were frequent saya dlanapolls A feature of the platform that I struck republicans rather forcibly was the mirked similarity It ore to the platform adopted by thefrepubj licans in their state convention last One republican who read tile form closely remarked Thj dem with two appear ARE conanissloners Read and have drawn th Juries for June term of the cir cult The venires follow i Grand James James William George George Petit John Edward Washington Thad Jacob The jjtawln Alonzo John Samuel John Van 4 Of TIM Dtvfcss VOLUME RELATING TO BREWERS AND SALOON LICENSES AND OFFICERS an economic aliie of and his highest value Is at when he is worth DOCKET KR Hougjton was in the city II NEW SIGN HEARST SKINS Presented and Placed OR First Read Park Proposition Put June Probate business and Second Jnne Call of clvlj Rules and motions and docket not already setting Bryan has written to a New friend a letter In whicih he It Is time to call a halt on York Bays socialism In the United The movement Is going too We are glad to hear note of warning from the orator ofthe It Is and we Hope It will bo effect But Bryan himself has done more than other one man to spread the seeds fhat grow Into so If he has become conserva tive and In his advancing he Is doing nothing more than he should do In attempting to check the rising tide of distrust and dis content that his voice and his pen gave such hnpetus to In bis early The democratic written by Charles Jewett ttie before the convention and submitted Ca of Btateana probate I A J Jii to the committee on resolutions on I Wednesday Tho comgiittee considered tfie tentative piafform half the night and made changes as were It Is said the committee did not depart adi1 cally from Jewells The fact that the platform did not condemn the present state adnjlnis1 tratlon is causing considerable com said a republicanFri the democracy finds fault Hh about everything the butthey forgot to criticise us Injthls monster The press Is tolerably free In Ser Here are tome extracts from recent Issues of Servian newspapers that are against the administration ft Abominaible polypus King Pe Our unfortunate land Is at last the grasp of your sanguinary fc but we will shake It and monst went to Switzerland to study fand returned a This is the orality you have brought us from Reptile Seest thou not the looks hate that follow thee In the Fearest itlioij not the hand ated one day to iwring thy cursed The article in which we said Flushed with you appeared in our midst reeking with as been pronounced wrongfully luppressed by he as It con ains no mallgnment of King mind and just exposition of cts as they are shall therefore con It Is known that the committee discussed the question of whether It would be wise to criticise Governor and the state and the conclusion was reached fiat the platform had best be silent They did not dare said a ber tflie republican state comriiSt tee Falday That would hive beenijrather a ridiculous proceeding In ligjjt of the fact that several dem ocratic conventions hive strongly Indorsed Governor Go ojt over the state and talkto the siibsjantlal business men aid farmers If sou want to know h4w Goverpor Hanly If the goV a candidate for reelection and thing was to be settled tp morroW he would be elected by tjje biggest that Indiana ever democrats know this and the reason they did nbt Jump pn to Governor Hanlys Third Jpne Closing of Seventh Dayi June State State State Yarbtjr Eighth June Koltlnsky tjie Koltlnsky g Tenth June Fogarty Cannon Southwest ern Railroad Eleventh June Keller Phofnix Preferred Ac cident Accident three Important ordinance that relate to the conduct of city employes and the licenses of brew eries and1 which Intro duced the evening on wL A the present council was Inducted into were placed on their third eadlngs at the meeting of the com mon council Monday evening and passed by unanimous vote in each The ordinance relating to the con uct of city employes makes It un awful for the deputy mar street chief tf ie flre or any member f the forces of street or fire while on duty or while wearing the uniform of any part to drink Intoxicating liquor to be In any yaril o place where such liquor la sold o given or to be in any house o 111 fame except when on official bus They are prohibited froim re William Randolph Hearst has sent the following tele gram to the Indianapolis Star with reference to the Indiana democracys en dorsement of Bryan I have been for many years a sincere friend and earnest supporter of Mr Bryan I rejoice In his T achievements and success and I approve of every hon H est Indorsement of H I would not welcome Into the company of loyal friends of Bryan and 4 sincere advocates of good 4 government any such men as 4 Tom gambling house or 4 keeper of dives and lord protector of crooks and Ir criminals nor would never t welcome such men aa Pat fr or George h McClellan nor any suoh b kings of Industry as Bel h mont and Dave all K of with their stained and draggled banners of Cleveland and the corpora r I believe that Bryan will repudiate i these cnen under professions i of realizing that they are not honestly for any man or any men that will I protect the plain people of I this OTTO MELVIN OF LEFT FOOT BY BUYING IT CAUGHT BETWEEN FREIGHT TWO I heads came being broke in the Second and were several bruises in This bout was a distinct triumph for the loon The trouble appears to have arisen I over the accounts of some of the HUT TO glass workers the saloon JUNE WEDDING The June bells will ring the 27th of this when Wil liam McConmlck tjDd Miss Grace Murphy will The an nouncement does nlit come as a sur i is too bad that wellmeaning misguided persons are so prone resort to violence undar pretence acting for the community Kansas town hasa suit for dam fafes because certain officers of the jlace joined with a party of temper nice women In rottenegging a Ifeilsky Naturally there l4 sympathy for the people of the In their efforts to prevent the of Intoxicating liquor but delr cause injured by displays of If the good people do not ect and pbey the bow in tfie name of sense are such obedi and respect to be establlshet g those who are the avowed of the lawT Another In sMnce of similar illadvised conduct wi the appearance before the town of a town in Illinois of a dep on of women armed with guns axes against the Dting of liquor That i of activity is worse for the of temperance tfcan order that a test might be mfi4e of evidence In J murder In phy sicllns Incinerated a human body in a it being charged that the of of the accused mnfllerer was disposed of in such In the the Jiody was meS in a little more than four nothing remaining liut a cig of The Wiscon recalls the plan adopted ly gang of Martin CELpBRATES Father Charles rector of Trinity CathollV churchj New formerly rec tor Patricks church at near is celebrat ing hist silver jufbllee at Holy Trln Ity church At oclockT that morning solemn high mass wast the cejebrant being Father after which anj address was delivered by the Rtj D auxiliary bishop ef the diofese of Indlinap who was associated with Fain er Curran when he entered the priesthood twentyfive years There are present priests from the of southern Indi ana Father Curran Is a native of New but has been living in Indi ana neatly all the time since he was a He was rector for twentytwo years of Pat ricks charch In this county and was immovable rector of Holy prise to1 as the wedding has been expected some Miss Murphy Is K daughter of Murphy Barr a pros malning In places longer than is necessary to transact such bus The Eaine ordinance provide that it shall bo unlawful for the keeper of any or other per to give or sell Intoxicating liq uor to of tho foregoing city eai ployeg while they are on duty or wearing their A fine of not legs and not more than Is provided for a violation of this the guilty person to pay the costs of The violation of the ordinance by either of the city employes named shall be cause for dismissal from The ordinance provides that It shall e the duty of the his dep the street commissioner and the chief of tho fire department to report to the violations by members of their respective The ordinance pertaining to the breweries places the license at a year and It shall be unlawful for any firm or corporation to establish or maintain a depot for the brides home Tuesday evening b the Kyle pastor of the Christian The groom Is connected with the Prudential In surance His bride Is a daughter of Perry Tliej will live on Center LIST OF List of letters remaining In the post office at Washington for the week ending June 1DOC Women Manda Minerva Miss Lizzie Miss Luclnda Sara Men Lowery James Tom Lee Ma Jeff Mack Charles Warder In calling for the above please say One cent will be barged on all advertised rought to Washington and Hfca Foot Cut Off Below the Ankle Yean iOttQ Melvln of Knax county los foot by having It caught between tgo deadwood of an east bound B Southwestern freight train at Sunday jjMelyin showed enough nerve and under the circumstances locntltle him to a slice of the Car nflgle fund for The acci dcjit happened about 3 Mel started to his southwest of but when he went to the railroad found a long freight blocking hJs He waUed several minutes but the train the foot dldtnot Tired of waiting longer and thinking the might on the track for some lejitarted to climb over the bump ersjao tihe other side of the ashe swung his feet up to waijl the bumpers the engine kicked caught his left foot be nearly raash Melvln scrambled between the cars and started of a v After hob about for several minutes in uccessful searche for a doctor seen by the crew of tho placed In Che caboose pd Brought to this In cross ng of a store at Wheat and Tils big which was hanging y asjjhred of caught between ie cfacks In the platform and was orn The toe was placed on a arreirand viewed by the citizens of Vheafland all day to from Loogoo JIOOB CUMUCO HAS HIS tee three workers reI ARM TORN OFF fused to pay thilr beer Four of the glass Uowehij and as many oon men wentj ddwn the railroad Saturday evening fought until they were tired No one was Seriously V Monday afternoon three glass workers entered Patricks sa loon with the Intention cleaning dot Patricks With Canwlum rigorous measures Jsoon changed ielr Intentions sindjjthey were glad to get away with Two were laid out wltk and some one at He skldooed if nfaotnriDR Company to Llvo in Joseph Carrlco of Loogootee had arm torn oS Tuesday afUrnoott s badly injured Two affidavits resulted from the Ptrick and George I another will be Lhan thO rled soon for asiaiiit and battery nd there Is to be a ciurt of Inquiry irocernlng the trbuwe In a few SURPRISE TO STANDARD County Prosecutor sprung complete siirprlses on the Standard ompany attorneys at Immediately afjer the grand ury made Its report without finding 6j expected indlctiienis against the company and had discharged David stepped to the pro bate court room an4 flfed two Infor mations against the HJuckeya Pipe Line and the Oil com charging themwSh being sub sidiary companies df he Standard Oil Company and for the purpose of restricting The officers named Itj connection witli these are John superintendent of BucKeye Pipe Line and Cuthbert and Curtain of the ilanhattan Oil all of Llmi who are charged with conspir Meljjln bore up well under the op and will no The fgpt was amputated below the He Is about twentyone years His father lives neW Swan northwest of Washing perous has been ste nographer at Cincinnati Seating plant since the factory located McCormicS Seth McCormlck He always has where he Is Known son of the late Walnut j In Washington as one Qf the most popular andenergetic men in the fi The wedding at theFirst church at the Baker will The couple make their home at the McCoignlck home on Walnut distribution of liquors that are the products of a distillery or brewery within the or within four miles of the without first procuring a The fee must be paid In ad A violation of the terms of the upon Is punishable by a of not lesa than not more than for each day euch depot or agency shall be carried on It Is the marshals duty to cause proceedings to be In stituted to recover the penalty In POSTAL OFFICERS Post ofllce Inspectors are working In fndlanapolls trying to tracethe writer of threatening postal which have been mailed from Indi anapolis to Speaker Cannon at It Is apparent that the1 attack on the speaker Is caused by his supposed attitude on the pure food The objectionable postal have been dated South Bend nnd other Indiana but all are In the same and are postmarked dlan h TO KINNAMAV8 g CONTRACT TO The contract for t JUNE new Knights df Columbusbuilding that is to be erected at Main east Foiirtb streets will be sojd jjat Padgett Padgetts law office ijune The plans and specifications for the pro posed building were by Krutsch of Ii Trinity fast succeeding the Reri Father John a greatly beloved who died over a jfeiar Since taking up his residence In New Albany Father Curran become popular with of church af n account of a willing ness to hare part In any movement for the betterment of the citys in I BANDITS SON PAjfSES Jesse son haspassed of the state of Missouri His borne City and ie recently in the Kan iSas City John Waggoner jBd Miss Lula MIley were mirriei Iby the pastor of Second B at his In the end I will live on aitarm in this near Mays j 15 cases of The passing of the saloon ordl nance raises the saloon license from a jear to this sum to be the cerePald at the tme such license is Is provided that the license may at the option of the be procured for the period of three or six No such license shal extend beyond the time of the ter mination of the state license issued to the A conviction of vi olation of the ordinance Is punish able by a fine of not less than nor more than New Sign City Attorney Gardiners new sign which he drew up at In structions of the was placed on Its first It calls for an electric sign bearing not less than 125 lights of two candle power The sign must be lighted sun down until 11 and must be not less than fourteen feet and six Inches above the It also snail meet the approval of There was an Interesting controversy i over the number of lights between Councllmen Hopkins and the first contending that the number of lights should not be limited while the thought differ The vote stood four to three In favor of the ordinance as It was the famous iver examlna of bar ex h a high rat PIGG FOR Relatives of Lawrence the young man who was shot and killed by Marshal Cheek at Mitchell a few days have secured the services of Pigg of the demo cratic politician who was the prin cipal figure in the rumpus at the re cent democratic congressional con vention In this to assist Prese cutor Fletcher of Bedford for the state in the trial In and his bonds and his at W and William appeared In circuit court at Monday afternoon In an ntkejttipt to secure a lesselng of the bonM that Kinnaman Is under at present which is signed by While before the couft the attorneys for Kinna man challenged the right of KessingS to be employed by a com ProsecutorDavid said iie took the courife he did Jhe thereby could secure quicker If the grand jury had returned Indictment the cases would have jgoqe over un til September term court an possibly been postponed sfrom tha he lie sjjeedlly ca bring them to trial afid carry them to the higher n to as OIL COMPANY TO BE Action will be brought at Prince ton against the Sun Oil company of Vlncennes for violating a city ordi nance by storing a car load of oil and gasoline in a vacant building within the city limits and near the business The action of the ompany endangered the western part of the The oil has been moved outside the mlttee of citizens of Sandbor sist in jiosecutlng the and Judge get Monday as the limit Ip whlcrfjKesslnger can file his cre This was done at once by Kesslngffr and be will be able to prove tothe court the position he has takeifc so much so that all of the motions 1f attorneys for the de fense weJe The motion foiWthe lessening of the bond was one those overruled and the bond wasTflxed at with Dave Bruner surety for appearance In the September term of a con tinuance fSiaving been taken until that time KInnamans wife died suddenly feme time He has relatives fe this BL0E LAWS1 AT Sunday newspapers Villj not be sold at Indj Chicago automoblllsts who go tiereiiand meet with accidents may not ma chines repaired next The hundreds who go out by may not even quench their lilrsH with Ice cream The iHammond Salooa Keepers as sociation la going to on Gov ernor Frank Hanlya The members held a star chamber meet ing Tuesday and voted to adopt the which they hlthdrtoihavc re from they though the board of public jjcommls slonera relent aad ict the thirsty iise tie back i The Saloonkeepers Kill jble affi davits vigorously prosofcute alt persons tengaged In anylklnjj of la is no Bmbigijltjvj In the Indiana state laws about Sunday vio and all ball ojllk 5 depots shoe shining cigar MOTHER SUES Cynthia Williams sued iher David Williams and his Addle for a She says that some time ago she sold to John and Anthony through her elRhtythrPo acres of land for The money was placed in the bank In her sons name with understanding that he was to Invest It In for she She he without eighty acres of land from Moses Gcwhorn for 025 and acres from Emma In his Tho remainder of the except that was used to lift a mort gage on the property she was spent for she Sho wants the court to appoint a commissioner to f transfer the land o FOR to get rid of accusing the cnan the Archers Saltpeter Orange They carried body to ground above tlje cavern e and destroyed it by the fire died down a green felled so thai the bushy on the heap of Four later search of the fol the confession of one of the a few fragments of FOtnRTEEN Fourteen pupils were graduated from theicpmmon schools of Wash inston township at the Walnut KtrpM school building Saturday The graduates follow Walter Josephine Walter Ora Fred Flossie Bernard Zenobla Austjn Blanche Qriover Theodore Dobbyn and A good crowd j NEW thousand were In Boston Sunday to attSw the dedl The ordinance providing for the purchase by the city of ground east of town for park purposes was not acted Cicero Eskrldge of the cation of a j Commercial club appeared for that Christian Scientist Six ser vices were held to accom modate the sj TORNADO LOSS A tornado in Chouteau has destroyed an Immense mount of It Is reported hat Fort Asslnnlbolne Is seriously The country Is a stock growing The damage will reach GORMANS MEN deputy etate fish and game went o frith deputies Anderson and Lafayette tie m tones of the murdered J other apd just below that city ud became evidence Inltihey jfoancj in the Wabash river a one of thft 1300foot and eight hoop Pinkney Wbjje of Mary land Monday was Into office astlnlted States genatdrg to succeed thS late BURTONS SpCCI Judge Benson accepted as i senator Kansas loid resignej ssr PENSIC house icceed 357 pen and devoted thfcaremalnder of session to conglderjflon of the sundry civil approprlRtJoa body and asked that action be de He suggested that the club might have a better proposition to offer the city by the next He said that It Is possible that the club will sell fifteen acres more for the same amount that twentyfive acres have been offered Money Placed on The treasurer was instructed to place on time deposit at the Peo ples National bank of the sinking fund and of the city hall In three months the mon ey will draw2 per Interest and in six months 3 per cent NO REQUISITION Ike Ed DcnnlsOn of Bedford who were under arrest In Louisville for stealing brass from the concluded that they might as well return without a requi and were brought back to The belonging to the farm ers of Society of Equi ty In Warsjck county has been Tuesday IBs farmers began to haul it In althojgb not a word had been given out It had been Later out that Ballard were the ptirchaseragit being bought by that firm by Robert Richards of tho Hardy firm at Gur Jey prominent farmer liv ing made the but when risked the price paid a bushel he infused to It is said that hifl received about 86 cents a tjhiyior is general super intendent apd corresponding secre tary of ij and drug stores will be It Is even reported liquor dealers will cause the aijest of the motormeri and conductors ffcr run ning Th3 police de partment will be unable to arrest all the violators If the law s and the Sheriff of Lake county will have to Swear In additional depu ties to secve 1 TOOK Deputy Postmaster Allen and Postmaster of Eluora ondiictpd a civil service lon at the court Jioujn Saturday to ecuro a carrier for the new routff ut of This route will start i operation about July i or it wNi bo twentyfive miles long and will have about JOO El nora then will have three rural mail The were as fol lows Abratn Klmer James Albert KuRonp Reese Oscar Andlo C Earl Odio Me George Kln Alfred Ell Z THREE GRANTED The house has passed a bill in troduced by Representalve Chaney granting pensions of a to Marlon Halbert of Loo Edwin Freeman of BIcknell and Isom Gwln of MARRIED TUESDAY William Evans of Center street THE POWERS Judge Stout announced Tuesday that be will call a special term of the Scott circuit court to dispose of the Powers case as soon as he fin ishes his present sitting at GORMAVS The body of Senator Gorman was taken from the vault in Washington Weddlnssnare coming fast and Clerk Will Walters is kept busjij Issuing marriage licen this month there have been sixtecbj applications Late Tuesday afternoon licenses to marry as follows Bert Jollijfr of a hardware and Sommers of a daughter of John Som mers L Bunch of a hardware and Omle Kin of a daughter of Jo seph Kinnaman Hayden Mills of a ifevellng and Florence of Jackson a daughter cir j i I A SUPPOSED MURDERV What supposed to bei a murder Is being closely investigated fcy the authorities at men and ja wcje enr camped oi the banks the Wa hurriedly broke camp Tuesday morning ordering musstl dig Great quactlUeB of whJch proved to lie toman blood microscope were trailed td a spot on the ittveH that The authorities In ijeigh boring cities have ben to keep a looicout for the stribgers who dlsapneared from thecnmp at Vlncennes j i ulTir RMney Kililinton sworiout a warrantfor the arrest of Jnko Woodard at Linton Tuesday morn ing on the charge of The res idence of Eddlngton was discovered on fire Monday night and he claims that a paper and a postrvl card with on them were found near the He says that he purchased house of and that he owed but on but that when he offered thr last payment to Woodard Monday it was GOODVROADS FOR At the tiection In Pike Only ii light vote ta votes for SKIDOOES AT CRY OF There is merry war on between the saloon pjeii and the glass work ers of The war In the county Satarday tbo good movement carried by i of there of the roads and fiftythree a Eight miles of plkea vwlll be at a cost otL In precinct thelargest In the tcwjijhlp only aix votes were polled i the ROSE Hose bugs havd Mir tinsville and tfc cherries on the On the farms of oruf Pearcy and the bugs ate orery herry in tho and the families will be obliged to buy cherries instead of marketing the big crop they expect ed to stll after supplying their own Sylvester Woodward picked half of his crop the fruit was fully but the buss arrived In time to get the other TO Chancy Saturday afternoon got a bill through the to increase the pension of Horrall of east Walnut street from to The dis patch says Captain Horrall es tablished the Vincennes Commercial e FOrXB DEAD IN i Jamti Bell of Petprsborgl also for some Urn was found djad In bed wttenUng editor of the the members of the family jrled to and Miss Maud Of Tuesday and consigned to its last lastweek half jresijlted In two arouse her fpr tbd of in the Seveial years ago sherlost her sight j j PETITIONIN Romanua Horton in connection with exSwntary of State Joftn Ho Is now over years ol DEATH BY Otto eighteen years while bathing In the Pa oka I noon he climbed to a shaft near tho celling to clamp a using a The belt slipped and caught his left whipping him the ceiling and tearing his arm off half way between the elbow and the shoulder The tearing in two of his arm released him and bo fell to the His face and head were cut and bruised but no bones were broken other than those of the j Carrlco was picked up and car t ried to hla He suffered great i pain but bore up weH under It It i was necessary the arm If at the shoulder because of Injuries jJ to It and this was done by the phy l slclans in the about 12 1 CarrlcoIs and has four He used to Hvo In Barr not far from J He Is about thlrtyflve years resting place In Oak Hill   

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