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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - February 9, 1907, Washington, Indiana                                Lit is 4s I crstsira snd Iti pose his FOBCOKGBBSB young j a torney of this maJM the nee on ticket for this distrfa boom has or him meeting of in tills ss decided to pro name for the nomlj ftte Rthern gets the bans derive f the three ajlroads of from rof nattoni Padgett has many throughout the Second triat sad hla boom la Hkely tat gather great Hci as district chairman at recent has prominent In the lltteal therefore hla chances to Obtain nation JiU meeting at which it iiraa decided to propose name for the Inktlon was an toformal HU friends urge 4n his halt that the nomination this time logically belongs to county and Padgett Is the man for the place cause of his past work the Padgett himself has noth ing say regarding the mat at he does not care to talk at this small knoll across the Uute miles from In Before the owner was i prised of the fact the cattle were f an Island confined to an acre in i and with nothing but corn to on which they lived for three Wednesday the owner succeeded getting hay to the The cit tlej were found to be doing I far ft Bast ilatarday the ttetim of a at hsnds of discharged lays thef Olney ipcnvred In front of i THE DEAD ARE y enty persons supposed to haxb killed in the Baltimore ft horror at Woodville on Novemtttr 12 are now found to be Tho coroner Porter county 19 cla md them dead and drew from t county 925 each as subjects of U i s I HLMEB AELTOP OF BfiDKROB ALSO FINED f ijofc I f mm KILLED i f In Mnrderons Assault Made Him Became He oVfid Him Money and Could on jEhnerAlltop was sentenced b Wilson at Bloomlngton Sat nrdsy from to fourteen Jyears ii the pententlary and ojr robbing his Hajvey All ef s note for which he hac glVen and A cnerge o asjmnlt and battery was alto placet against when he has serVec he sentence tor robbery this chargi 11 be pressed against On last Wednesday Harvej a young farmer1 of Brown was eaten and left lying on three miles east of Bloomlngton When last seen he was in the com pany of his Elmer j and a search was at oace bpgun lie last He was capiuredrafter a base througi the hills of Brown and when caught ble to give a Ion of whereabouts at the time his1 brother was He told the story that hawas on to the Altlop da mother to his Injured brothers bedside when A damaging chain of circumstantial gyidence found against nd he was locked Saturday night when with evidence by Prosecutor Ixm en and Sheriff Ratcliff he fld in a Ma and dispassionate Itbont showing wJtnessei and suspect the pletely He Id naTsad41s assailant ai off Baldwin fto hts room isiore has along also msds by plsln The ones The pertinacity with which thf twenty persons have clung to 11 complicates and there Is i ing to be an Immediatelyafter the Chicago lawyers came down in anrry to Woodville and had an mlnlstrator appointed for full si they 1 perished In the wreck by fire or Jury This is said to have been dofc for the purpose of getting a stai ing in court In damage suits agaltt the and how It Is on good authority quite a ber of the sixty are much The ft Ohio officers sjky confidently they have accounted for all the dead except thlrtythret Other peculiar things about tl I or rather about the evei ts that followed are about to be 1 It is it Is that thethree trainmen arrested be the only ones made subject So the Judicial I lUed Guess says that Guess had had quite Guess to qnlet tSqulre Rhodes of i charge of was jst the his dischargewas doeto that act said ce offered jf lL 1 that the dls charge was of break the jnimp did not tneed 1 de Bsltbnore and Ohio Ohio clr and CAME NEAR Jenny Keith and1 George two prominent farmers of Madispn Pike county met with Sccldent that came near costijig them their They were out fin White river in a small catching aw and while on their way to the shore their boat struck i ind In two and thro wed men into the Each s and was rescued by sofl men In a skiff after floating miles down ALBERT LAY Ed Lay of Greene was at Odon Frjday looking his Albert and a hoij valued at that belonged to f which his father Is all to have sold while In an lutoxli The transaction to have taken place Wedi and no trace of either Lay or g npJborse has been found since tjkat itrlctly of the will to be of from f to for in Addition to Imprisonment for two It explains that the same Densities are lefled against passen for any willful whereby they proceed sad REVIVAL revival closed at the church Sunday There good houses at all the It Ing necessary to provide extra sc The interest has been good out the Thirty accessions resulted from ELNORA CLUB The commercial club organii few months ago at Elnora Is gef It trying to get a board and box factory to come and the prospects for success It Is RETURN and Allen Wratten fiave returned to their home near after visiting and Thlmas also and tert and and Alf WHETE8IDE8 TO HNTOK Jasonvflle Leader Thomas who has been wltfi the Leader for the past re snd will go to dajfto accept a good position oi the 101 hW ratal assault on his Some me ago he had borrowed arvey for which given e note secured by a imort gage on his Brown county The note aijd whe his brother asked forpayment h told him they would to com to Bloomlngton to get the money The two started to walk distance of twelve and on tb way the temptation to kill his broth er and destroy the note entered hi Dropping ft few steps behind th unsuspecting man he struck him over the head with a heavy walking stick which he feltrag him to the He then struck him end after dragging him into a fence corner kicked him repeatedly In the face and finallyleaving him for He came on to bui Sunday but the metal i flirted around die i fourteen and fifteen degree marks Sunday night and ran upthe tube until It stl about twenty degrees above The coldest was1 Saturday fourteen shore The wind made the weather seem1 much colder than it reaUy The coldest day of the winter was January 25 when the mercury went within two degrees of the zero r It was a i responsibility torso small an but theground hog went bravelyabout mi th and his task that night and holding the tradition which perpet uates his If he chosen almost otherday since January 1 there would have been no shadow for him to But Feb ruary being ground hog the sun came brightly Into the sky the ground Ills black sniffedthe win ter atmosphere and wagged an ap preciative Then he went back hole and replenished his coal fuse man Jort drun They The As theK that they wlU time In whleh to bpoi the clrcnmst noes of 1 thirsts sni drunk allege entered Addle Dlllard saloon on Main street abon cajle bar and gsMtu Ocloc c Monday af ten toon for Ed th noticing their condition relu e4 to nil to it therbSgan to abuse Dosch and the nun were to leive the told persisted for ji drink CRAMMED Capt George Vice president of the New York Central railway and long prominent n the transportation world died londay In Chicago following an op tratlon performed about ten days Qrammer was born at Ohio and In bis early life moved to He entered the railroad service In He served as gen ral freight and pasesnger agent of the Evansvllle ft Terre road nd in 1886 was appointed traffic managerof the same road and of he Evansvllle Indianapolis road From November to October he was presl ent of the and ft The body will be aken to Evansvllle for mlndi They tory c low tiem to be give i drinks reason that t ley were and jihad no he d Dosch Creager were Ordered to djar was not obeyed ai sUrtidgto who IBS en gag x ylth Ford in an effoi t to put t runken pnan and bell n that Cre iger In tended ito kldk Dosch In grabbed a bier mallet am struck Creagar overrule head Ford gota little the same met it Is toi and both men changed their Is said In tielr de Dlllaid would About Bot leaving the itepped took a i inven f their wounds and cncluded fo a Creiger worst of gurnet tji i being hut Thete the ar ate tw6 goodsized gaihes in Creagurf and several stitches were aikon close The officers were close on Creager and Fords trail and found them having their founds attended The officers Investigated the affair leftshortly and was no again seen until e was found the by SUSS CARRIE Miss Carrie CHne will close her dressmaking shop in a few days and go to Crawfordsville where she wll akia charge of the dressmaking de partment of the Qraham department Miss CHne jhas been ngtona number of Her is In While jin this dty shehas made many friends who ill regret to learn that ate Vrlll eave the She is an experienced and no doubt w411 fill ier new place with entire satisfac MINERS GET 7 The Davless County Coal and Mln ng paid Oft its mployes andit is thought tbat the one mile west of Elnora will bo reopened Thorantno i shut down about two months No cause for the shutdown was and some tbe miner Id i not receive their pay Sat i K BBRNED WHILE ALO Phoebe an aged Iviag alone near was ound unconsclons In bed by ielgh who failed see er household duties and She was badly boat the face anil lothlqg was partially burned She has no recolle pwi the mishap of J MOVES TO OKLAHOMAs Oscar Swanagan left witty his amily Monday for Ok where they will Swanagan jsouth f the city in Harrison NEW LIGHTS FOR Charles Nellls of northeast reet is Installing a Doren system f gas lights in tbe Baptist dmrch t Veale The lights willbe for use Saturday night 4 ODON MEAT i Harve Penning has his meat market at Odon to Charles Harman who will take GROUND HOG COLD Zero fcackoned to the mercoryln the thermometer Saturday night isnd I DEAD AT and Theodore Alk sons of Walter used to livein are ead at Chicago of scarlet and je rest of tbe consisting of le three children id Miss Laura Alk ans formerly bookkeeper tbe Peoples bank has the The two sons wbro burled In the same i The fever Is of a virulent type and as many as 400 casesare reported some days in tho Windy Alkman was clerk at tho Hyatt house several years thoroughly and believe the UBtlflcatlon In Dlllards same and njo charges have agalns Crei ger is Bill tender beei brother of Ford Is A e was action filed Shelly bar SOMETHING Chai els deputy town shal ai was severely the fa Miss Mamle Alkman of this city a is DAMAGE Laurent Hamilton j has died suit at Browostown against the Southwestern for This same case was filed once be fore and was dismissed by the plain tiff on account of a jtechnical point that bad been raised It was said thnt it wotijd bo It will be remembered that the de while on duty as a railway mall was injured In a wreck at Huron on the day of last and has not been on du ty i be and neck while tr Ing t arreat Herbert S Edwards wh lives i ear Ball an Edwards were joking each other and Edwards took effense at some thing said by Ball and as laulte Ball theq tried to arnst Ed i who reflated with a aqd Ball bad recourse to his and E nipped firing threjo shots without ef Ull then called for asslstanc In and li Cheek but he wards was committed tho slashes with the Balls Jugular week Marshal Cheel deputy havo done a lundof flco In one engagemen clpthlng was cut to r was not seriously i PENSION Reports received on Saturday Irom i Baltimore that the new pension system of theBaltimore Ohio will not become operative Feb 1 as bus been It was originally intended that this de partment should be established Jan nary but It has been impossible to comple all details for that were fpUr street a week andj also every da since one fallow cleaning cut the American restaurant by shoo rats w runnln suit of iloh he jmaglned that lie saw along the t Mitchell SENATOR tiT DEFENDS STRONG iS ii m 4 FJHSTN XJ The first of ihls winters Ice was cut In Indian ptfnd about one nora Slie about six Inchejj 4 Was28 Me on ill 1 i attacks ttlngiy fsprlce onliquor 11 d gives to d to the hej jhbil ieliUondiy mar cut 1 wasi cillcid blea o paekec Anjqnj knife revol o Jail knffe ut he 3bons There Ing ac IS It Is skid that since the tovnshlp remonstrances were filed against the Decker saloon the liquor inter ests have threatened violence to some of T the 1 lading temperance workers if the1 saloon men are forced censes MYSTERY SURROUNDS Mystery surrounds a bouse how being completed near In Davless the owner belug woman Christian scientist who Is A bushel of bibles has been sealed In a space within one of the walls and the purpose for Which i the house Is being construc ed Isworrying the AGAINST PALMERS The effect of a decision of the su pVeme court of the United States Monday be that the wldow of Palmerof must pay Jew jYork City a transfer tax the aHxvalue of over fj3ur thousand hareg of railroad AGED WOMAN i f I Aunt Polly Wampler of Royal Knox Sunday celebra ted heriinetyUiIrd birthday pnnl Only the immediate attended 1he celebration on ac countof her fejeble i TO START IN Hoitser of the autamoblle ompany Is home from a trip to the sast He bought manchlnery material for the factory and says the works will be In op ration by TWENTYTWO MEN In an explosion Monday nt j tbe Tbomas coal at twentytwo mostly were LOAN BILL PASSES The bill for a loan of the Jamestown corn any has passed the bouse and now oes to the HAD A LIVELY Walter Fords and Oscar Creagers firsts Monday afternoon late got tern a bunch of They are to suspend when their II explre la j Joseph one of the leading prohibljtiohlsts in Knox countjj said has living Inconstant fear thit his home would be wrecked with dynamite tod the memburs of his Coir illy killed on account cf the stand which he has taken analnst the The war betjvren the salooi and temper mce Interests there has been waged for the past ten years and It apepars that the temperance people Hvlll win ind that the siloon be forced out THE SALARIES Inthe course jor the examln I ation of the jofitcers of the State Life In surancq company Monday at tl e of fice of jthip auditor of re atlve to the manageniont of the com Itwas brdught put that the sa arles of the Officers Increased by and bounds if rom In was the flist officers re ceived straight to In It wasi shown that d irlng most of these years the officers were drawlnf ialariesj as mem bers of the executive comm and office employed 1LJ STARTED i FIR5S1 Fires were stirted Monday the fujnacesj the Hooaler Glass com pany at and operations will begin in thre Two hun dred meh and bosjs will be The facjory was formerly owned by and Carter and it has idle for nearly ilttree TOMJiKE The house passed Ii a tibn prcviding oj form original reiolu an investlgi ttlon by the secretary of commerce the miethods in at the varlins cotton LESOC G ACGHX A gra iddanghter of Abraham Lin coln is being sied for divorce at Mi 111 by her with she bioped when he was famous half tack on s college football and belpg tjtat tbe im IB andqu essary leglBlat brewen dectarec I lit Favor of the as i I Ipsjssed In the sen a vote of time was con measure ai dozen senators in eloquent which tfoll for passage supplanted by the I galleries and when the vote bill slat order the lob ibbamber were eries were of the state He the dnstry In that part the jstito in danger of telng Blodgett Joe Allen and O wen among distinguished visitorsto theti Representative Thomas Davless hascuttas csbll behind and go to home in f with and they irlrt reiiain Ii Indianapolis until thaj sessloi endit Feared BUI Was PSfl m Blodgett in the News Wllle majorityif the vote on the Mattlngly high llcenslrinit about fontjfor to was taken Mondarf rote was JIBBEDJDT m X i mJIesOf roads csjrrtedln the clectfw Twadsy1 r3K bill noon a quiet little investigation wi going on that the members of thj senate did not know about tenant Governor Miller in the debate i called for tbe bill and It could no be Then there was hnstlla j and it was feared that th bill bad been i was The bill had been pn Pejtersbur In the wrong pigeon bole In the fllff th these tbii tjironged about senate chamber ti and wotoien dur attended the argu clerks Tax Board Reorganisation Blimp of Davless day called up his bill for reorganlxai tyflvBper of i Aje bent election was for the Troy of thelmprovenients to f The tabalated rote on the thnhj fosdsi to toproved is ss foUowlft i i B AL r nborf hsaks road road For nine bill KIstler and came addresses Durre and such legislation 0ng argument would lead to jthe schools by f that It was iavoltto school system to an quo Mnitln Ing the on the profits of tho I I i Rppl closing Senator a for bta raeae urerfili glagBattJyiat Us antagonists alif opponents and flcbatfron the subject of the bill tliiglflguVei to bow the noc the proposed antisaloon the Jirohlbjtlonlsts and the In arm to nuilo of he rosd report on the roads calls pure ft The roads are to tlon vof the state tax iwhlcfe Ir88VwIW d by two to obtain tbj Constitutional Within the last eight the board haa added the tax duplicate Of tM In the last year has been added and on this additional taxes has been board how has twoj members In addition to the who has not the time to devote tbe Undorthls bill the board will devote all Its time the year round to the work and the work is too heavy for two members The bill as considered by house provided salaries ot for the members ot the being amended to that effect from the arles ot originally McCullough of Madison explained that ho had spokeand voted against the bill last week un1 ler a misapprehension as to its three roads are as follows I i fllghbanks Troy j The estimated cost s mile Is The construction of the lij be offered for sale on the flfUl iext I The Steele township election petition was acted upon by ths snd an ordered tor March The petJtloii earriei 1th it a total of mIMi of 1m the I rardsport OMaley oad and two streets in The total cost ofthe ent Is estfmated at The Ennls petition Is for an The result iwas poke for the Its passage by avotc off 13 Browns bill to restrict thf re oppope this to say to you t tfie breweries of this country thati arfe plantlnffrthe seeds of de struction by1 establishing saloons at the prohibi tionists have failed to prohibit as are we in the rasjvijof thej liquor demon never to be i i rafflcj admitte number andii oonsjit ue sgu ill wjll i ess he iijlll this the liquor tias bleen It has been that It will decrease tbe of snloonit In other ay If It the sa the amount of let look at this is rely In If this of busl for ina ieglslatnro has bean well it save one boy rom a i IrunkardifeJ grave wouldnt ibf i lad ito It And right here I dienbunce one heresy hat ba bOfn pftklnlnied on this oor Thlsiimeasfire In not a polltl It to raise the pf the sohpol It s ttiei at llni hip BO This sai inoral issued It Is a plan to girls andj our saveour It jia IB collecting ceni4s I who atheJS and i ben on floor iat ey this way for he acljoc la woulivjre tainted enaWrs have contended that it Is vll for ihe to a rice on i that therefore that therefore rijr of inoneyfor saloon rej In i nn sy f or V thcorj vision of the schools to once ini fif teen except on petition of fifty or more county superintendents or county and school superintendents was the vote being 62 and 20 Full Train Crew j The Honan full train crew a Bnj measure backed by the organised forces of railroad passed the senate Tuesday morning by a vote of 41 to Tbe bill originated In the house and passed that body last The railroad men believe that Governor Hanly will not hesi tate It and that It come operative when the laws acted by this general asembly are i i The full train crew bill provides that freight trains consisting of more than fifty exclusive of I ca boose and shall be manned by a crew of slx two brakemen a Freight trains of less than fifty cars zriist be manned with crews tf five n The provision In the section rela ive to freight trains that a light Inn tension and will cause the int of one and three fourths mllesj Troy taking the present Improvements toIheVoale ilnei The Lillte petition also Is far an i The for In this petition Is on IfaysYille snd Thomas or a illst mce of two snd threefo also taking the Improvement road to Veale Should the petitions and should the township Steele tcvnshlp elections therie will be a total of j riles t of njew roads ordered built Alt eady Bogkrd and Harrison townsbipi are talking gravel roads and It will not i ie long It is thought till elections without cars shall have a crew one one engineer and one arov led some but it was on tended by the supporters of jthe of ne measure that this was necessary in ex OT n extend tiat fy jroSce inot up ln theV s doirh hero on earth wherp n ed practical npathyiWlth the fainted provide every safeguard Train The second section bill pro vides that mall or press trains consisting offive j more shall be manned by a consisting of fire brakemah and flag five The penalty clause provides that any railroad company sending out J trains not snned in accordance with the bills shall be guilty of a mis be ordered for Improved roads In Com Lint Tnes resc His Jim Ina i sevei jbhai polic elect a A prew testl Into i S i lVci Hen on Oobama DD3S mes a saloon keeper of died suddenly at bis home day He had bcon to i and Just as he led the gate at hla home be wifepicked him up and dragged into the where he Idled few ELECTION e FayaUe county grand Jury tl Tuesday Indicted i Including Democratic Kaufman and the chief of s for alleged violation of the on SOLDIERS score of negro sotdles were nt at the to y at the investigation by the e committee on military strain Brownsville UP i liens and town officers of held up a erson Route coal train and died the crew to sidetrack leanor and on conviction fined in any sum between snail additional provls 00 I j 10 A tempt Jo AraendJ i i 1 Only ode atteitfJ to amend i the easure the Senator SVU1 Wppd Offered an meridinenlt the i number of one inhabl saloonfa table was killed afattingly it On the S iSKr f i A ibtU ii ems dent topaj reaies the tax to each ffjjtii and each Sea tor Parks enue Is not suf that are that the railroad company liable for any damage sused by aviolation of the provls The state railroad commlsslonls to enforelthe Advocates County s Senator Pearson Is much In a vor of Senator Mattingljjs bill to a tabllsh a court in each tounty toi be known as tbe county Thire has been need cf snch s court In 1 n dlana for years said Senator This bill will Virtually do away obnoxious to every respecting lawyer In Indiana notthat Wl abolish but becansat no lltlgalnt would seek redress before a Justice of the peace when he cijn secure Sl the advantages of a circuit court Jjist as jj People Are r More of the folks atkhome hare iifir y kuab by s northern part Contlnned on Page i threAcars to relieve the coal famine J DRINKING The house has passed Represenj tatlve Ollle Jones bill permitting the Daughters of the American Rev olutlon to erect a fountain at CJOMPANY jThfl Panama Construction com plsnyj organized to finance the sins canal Monday filed Incorporation at ama cans articles of 8DC MINERS were killed and twelve or nn ire persons In s wreck coal train near city of Dis Monday4 FOR LIBRARY Tne Elnora nigh school will stveX party andsupper on Ttbrpacy 14 for the benflt of the Ulnora library and tmprovement 4   

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