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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1911, Washington, Indiana TBS GAZEFIX AND DECEMBER VOLUME NUMBEB I would become citizens as soon as they We are hopeful In coming he went because we expect to en Joyie religious freedom that Is Im possible In Russia We will make good citizens because we are re lew abiding and more pros perous than the ordinary The pastor has eigbtc eni acknowledged arounl STAR POLITICAL SIDELIGHTS OF INTEREST IN SECOND DISTRICT or do anything else to In the stata District Attorney how asserted that Loctewood was le gally connected withthe Jury from the minute his naajfl was drawn from uituuvw uta uiat Elmer Hastings of Washington him as the antlTasgart leader in the j the jnry wheel last president of the Indiana Lincoln simply and only because he says he believes the coming forced Vollmer to get out of the convention of the to be held Some democrats tte rural and trustful his table Includlngthls There are many Mennonitecolon ies In the United The lead Ing tenets of are baptism February will be a big awakener enough to look to Gwtn for on antl DATE TEB MEETING TO BE HEIiD IX port of the state in That our can not oecojne soldiers Is the thing wel nslst upon the most eai the pastor ENTRIES WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAUANW 8 to all the politicians of all Taggart action tie state commlt IThe indications said Therewajjlo fight on the state that the convention will draw H is but the biggest crowd of hustling and ent tne democrats of the Second have be ln many by certain that awfns that he is a Tasgarf be a Big array of aspirants out So they are flght for republican nominations and thaj lng at this time to prevent him fTt BOOM TOMA3 MARSHALL Nov mov ing tpicture rapidity Important mat were presented to the Indiana yesterday and The net result follows Governor Marshalls boom for the presidential nomination was launch ed formally by the state committee And party Governor Marshall addresses the predicting his success with Indiana behind and calling HOSPITAL TALK outlook from getting In on the 1912 organlzaattention to it this is such as to to all On state Issues BAXKERS TO SKRVE jritY OOSDHSSIOXERS TOK Let us hope that one from we have the opposition at a big dls The deeper meaning of this fight against Gwin In the Second in many More than mlght traced to the BoehDe move republicans are determined to ment whlch aps over from ihe Flr3t take advantage of the weakness of dlstrict and which has some little Continue Until and Including January The White River Poultry and Pet Stock association will hold its an nual meeting in this city on January 19 and and the entries for the exposition will be closed oil declares at patty Joyefeast that he proposes to retire trorn the organiza tion next Senator Kern aftemipts to remove himself from consideration as presi dential possibility by declaring for Governor MarshalPas Indianas can dent the spirit which Oias won victory been named But tne chances are Ljidate y after victory in the Indiana Is vp gpipotwt and started I tnat wnen ne is selected ana started Committee decides to issue call for on his it will be found he ij i conventions December 29 to elect district committeeraen and for meet one of the things for whjchithe There is a positive strength in parts of the Exposition Open on January 17 anlj we render thanks will be a bosj settogether and there is evlto thlg tlme opponent has not Taggart pltal for our city or Vlncennes has a Oln has a Seymour has a hoapitj naturally a republican That on De found he Is i al and there are What Is jfact be demonstrated clearly next Boebne man rather than a Sam Ral thejnatter with Washington booster in the governorship Talk of monuments orphans home as it elands now is a sort of colossal monument to the mistakes of a few What is the matter with the peo ple of Washington when they January The association let ji mere technicality prevent the It Is that the republicans the Second dlst ii state lng here January 4 to elect state The antlTaggart men of the Second Delegates to district con ln thffast tocomivenHons will be nnined December Tho committee took ahand In the as candidate for Bland made the race in He If he de haveboen Wne OLuer nf Ol in 1U agalnst TaSKart j TTtutA Haute to copose Gwin will be a Is prepared to lock arms appointing a a resolution Riving each element of promises to its members the largest j turning of the orphans which sires to make another try the repubocrat show of the kind ever held In this hqfi outsrown its usefulness and on illcans probably will nominate him by Steve John section and the breeders of fancy I which so much of the peoples money It Is said that Will or any other man who hates poultry osii pet stock are highly has already been expanded Into a MM BEAD AND L HATFIELO CHOSEN Appointees to Succeed George Urijtht and William Kennedy Judge Ogdon has appointed Read and Elisha Hat well known bankers of this jury commissioners for tho Da viefs circuit court for the year Tnev succeed George boards wmiam K hv i r b aJoptlnb that the order is enforced If the dls elated over the prospects of a good How many weeks are there In tho The officers are now busy in shap ing the premium which will he much larger than In this re one of the officers said to The j year in which there is not some one Herald We want it understood this j sent from Washington year that the merchants will not be pltals of nearby cities wits solicitors for advertiseit hospital when It is so much needed The fa alt Is Can the build the hospital Will tie women help workers to take the place of the contest ajjoeether and some other fighter Gwln A fcai Sec I S made bv all of tho Indiana ctotn n served two years in the ca pacity ot jury Judge In making the ap pointment of the new commissioners adhered to the custom of naming men from the opposite political par is a democrat while Hatfkld Is a The s not some one On the in the SecsMte chairmanship contest by events maoe D a OI lnc tne n to the Fabus Gwln of district wnlcb he nad little In f wept RepreDH he is TJJlhk about who desires to shortj the home folk hnve made t so nes Haacn and who ere not cashier c Im Voles Nations j Is having the flpht of his for he not rent h Seaators Shlve but we not bother them with Premium lists and en blanks will te ready for patrons meats for the If the bus This is a really Rood jlltical life to hold It is said by tlme to matters other than his ownlyNatlonal cess man want to take the initiative it i some of the antlOwin who have bacon ag district If tbeSamueI Ralston All and offer prizes for stool or other It the help not cub j taken up the task of downing continues to rise Gwln sPolfe for and for a uancial of we will accept of Uhat he wHl swamped whon the mnjbe forced to petout ofthe for democratli time The Second district has vnox I Several party we KVTHlSIXSM IX bem sweet on Thoma That1 the of the various for many When of the exhibition within a few days churchesof the as a jof Washington was district chairman jight in diie JBoehne boomers were most Those who know I workers 3mas methods are predicting for the meeting and to boom Alvrt Pajpet tnat will quietly duck out of various rict chairman and can be secured for the in tne duties wMch are ne joined the antiTapsart mei In an i Benjmin from lably erpected of that one of the best known inhere s considerable room for im judpes of and pet stock In the enthusiasm and United States will serve the jmale was the concen county association and it willbe a sl13 ot Pinion the laymen of satisfaction to the owners of who gathered at he First Methodist Tuesday night to discuss the well bred stock that has odHteente to serve in local application of and The offlcrre of the are rellpious forwarf movement and to enroll new members the organi Vice Thomas L to overthrow He f The tip is that the man who Is to declared that well satisfied 3 radical and virile anti nKnt Gwin for district chairman i the showing his made Tassart When John Archer of Ralstans lieutenants were confident Vollmer of now treasurer Archer la Bald to be equipped not onthat he has the nomination of proposed or was of to give Gwin a good fight but tn Fifth fered to the democrats of the district make a district chairman after he may become n candidate for for their just before the Those who oppose Gwln degoverno last the rural counties dare he did not make good as an or1 Much of the district combined against panlzer in They cite the vote port that Senator Xe Interested attached to a re It was distinctively a lay mens gathering and in the opinion of the who were i knoi county and declared that they of that year to substantiate their would refuse to accent Then They say there was a fall William t lvas ODe of the most successful Gla3sheetings ever held In Claude The speakers of the evening were and Hugh Lett Drc member of the These people have devoted First Methodist Supertntend erable of their time and expended ent a member of the considerable money fe the hope that Westminster Presbyterian church and a high grade of chickens and pet Hamlet a member of the stock might be introduceJ Into Da First Baptist The oppor viess That their effort is betnnltles for social service that abound ing rewarded Is best evidenced by tha and the appeal that such activity in number of people now ft behalf of mankind makes fo the nor will be recalled that in previous mal man who gets away from his scl exhibltlons the list has constantly infish idea of form T creased until last year It was claimei ed the keynotes of the That ihe largest of the kind in the they were sounded with great effect This year many more farmers was apparent to the observer of the nave become Interested and of eager faces tnat lit with tions points to a much larger inspiration for the moment as these i who representative cit TOO IX related their observations and Two sturdy with heavy experiences In tlje fields of activity dish In New they They pointed on the steamship George Washington opt the tact that there is a distinct to study farming conditions preparaneed of men in the and em jrose Fabe Gwin to champion the ing off of in the democratic cause of the people who opposed Vollvote In the district and they declare tory to brlnginga group of a hundrel the fact that when men now employed ev lnto is a candidate for lieutenant There were reports regarJ Friends of inp Edward Fort ns j Washington were Tho of the new com niissionrs was announced by Judge Osdon The appoln appearel st the office of the clerk of the court during the day and were civen the oath pledging faithful discharge of their The compensation of the oomml3 sloners in this county amounts to about a the commissioners rotiiim day for each day they The clerk of rourt Is the mernhfr of the board of jury Faith about a suprise The rural knowingly the clump was due to defective candidate for chairj when he announced that he was or not elected Some hailed He said that Is not a can There is a ithat a Heal is being made to CHiHfK AGAIXST gato Brown said that no more the Los rests would be made ugly smirch of suspected bribery was trailed yesterday across the trial of James McNamara for the alleged j The governor in expressing lls to predlc l for the city from Terre Haute with bis bride to spend Thanksgiving day with home Faith was marrleil to Maud Crane ol In the home of the brfde on f n presidency he will succeed In land GrantFalth U one of known miliar to followers of A murder of Charles one of frmer United the victims of the Acquainted with criminals through tlons has ana the meti Uced law In Washlnston is T of a pleased smoothest republican politician dumfoun1ed defense took stock a detective disguised as a of the days vork of Samuel close enough to hear what was I chief investigator of the who arested three men and stacked Dlstrin Attorney Fredericks desk high with bank notes taken Detective sheltered by a building was close enough with his assistants to catch the three men he from the arrested mena pockets lnfore of tnem Fredericks take their hands oat of their pockets H Bert a former deputy Is they had stuffed the mon or more to settle this there is a real work for sayB the Xew York the to do and not a iselflsb complatence bv te McNamara defense as nn In released late on end of their first In New simply in they cash is to appear n hands in the were marched to the hail of where the McNamara trial is ing residents df Davless The call for the district born here and for years iprac wlth ils auJ the politicians this section of the state and has a following of political and per sonal Faith is a hand some woman of the southern carrying with her many of thefea i tures of the women of the sotith land After a few lays spent here with relatives and Paith will re turn to Terre Haute where Faith will take up his professional Theywould rally to the Christian stan explaining that theijrreat tidal court tomorrow to answer charges011 tne Jourth District Attor of bribery and atemipted e Fredericks waited for them on the eleventh Hands In they were much tour the The nien are Pastor Klass iwBve of the men movement now j sworn to by Esau and Peter Semens of the sweeping the country was due to the George an un they entered the When the u r a T m Mennonite church at that are nvfte Jo show and E J and the colonists are members men their chiefly In an alleged both e New North not Fort South Bi a telegraph operator hands catne Brown Ithe school who languishes Hamlet prinripnl of in the E M tie local high school and a member and Miss Stella Ewallers of Steelo of the city a casual j were granted a marriage 11 ffliaintance with Edward Wednesday afternoon by deputy county They bills clung In their finz of that jarrestel with are at We want to come to the addresses d musical lerty anl acocrdlng to District Attor the pastor said through an interpretprogram was consisting of they will appear a because Siberia is too cold forjlectloas by a mens chorus of against We moved to Omask from southtwenty o4J Delos Brown al30 I Five hundred dollars was taken erk Russia twelve years That Was Beard in a pleasing No set j from Ixickwoods pockets Is declared a sreat change of and program was followed during the erby the prosecution to have been the were married by Justice prisoner In the Knox count Iams at bls office ln tne oourt attention being to the United we decided to Investi gate the conditions We first go to then to and aftf rsard to New If we de cide to it will be as Boon as for we are a farming colony and would want to be in time o put In fhe spring hare been much impressed by we have The traf and the the most Bna Tire ouiKiingii wje wo Htertu we We Matthew bare returnea inecewafT u ar as Tranklta te rr eaing and the speakers eald what they buteven at that H was not a knockers Another meeting has been callel for njft Mondaynlgatwheft the or ganliauon ot local society wilt be tally completed arrangemnts completed for bamjnet Friday ev j Murptiy and and first jpavment of a which he receive if he prevent an adrerae verdict In the case and found on was declared to be the balance to be paid when the jury was Rumors of a grand Jury Investiga tion to ascertain where tne money came front flew thick and fast yes terday throughout the Xo grand IB In It may be necessary to This U not to ride In Hid tiMt ftpendfmg charged with slaying his father minutes later tho Georte a and Eupnosed i xent out of the swinging firmer of Kncx J hardly enough time to allow the dlctnunn If POLICE COURT Announcement that they would appear against Franklin Plate witnesses followed them remarked that the state would flnd that It was mistaken and bad no Question as to the legal status of Lockwood arose aa soon aa the report of the arrest gained He bad not been reached by any real re Unless some one other than en officer the court told the venire list he did not can be taxknow It If be dW not know lie WM mCt at the of bli aunt in Knox county a few years Ago and he made favorable Impression on Alien at that I surprised to learn that Edward bad been arrest said Saturday morn At the I met him he seemed tuch a modest and Inoffensive young man that It fa almost tavpoesl We to believe ttjrthe could be charged with such ainooetrona He Impressed me Mithe tyipe of man who would the i last to eommitt and espectollly to morder his Ather jo cold blooA wttii and Bt en of Umratn IntbrmavUMi Ja ventreauut he could not hare been 11 Edward Stebblntis ublrty years L ittatiiliil aft iia n mm tOtA att larestl to Jury Henry a German was one of the trio that faced Mayor McCarty Monday Lampie answered guilty to a charge of Intox ication and wa fined and which was suspended upon promise to leave the city on Lha next Herman and Sam charged with Intoxication and plead ed guilty to each Fines of and costs were assessed against them in each Miss Ida Billings gone to BboajB for a days and frleads wtth
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