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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1908, Washington, Indiana NUMBER I fTV fl Vf K i An 5pi6iense crpwS igatihiered hear the can L i the eoii didate lip speech in r I jfor sev iji jmaijy more ft i f in hour voice S pr 1 citizens im I m ito fel him jpVei i i made ipnej o J4 1 i j ilrpppii i thjtrje cbe the crd He sooa speech Irit O t j 1 i i jnas T iii3 i j it j is famed for antiipieafed in i i 1 t i t j iTo tjfateXipiany gathered to ViAaV nAi ixf T ii co v niv itting hiin I fitflli I the dratik il would say on j teijjperaricej Isatte wprds A prolisKt j and ad fi s 1 H ifT y i miratioin fijr siJLakd he takes land i i Hi J I i ljl i ppnioij will his i i ir i ii i first j i Vhen The em L Jhie told of the iparty taken In theStateijonUhe i i fluestitlli Jnfefc wlio Will vote Ui rfr i 3i r i thatwayi this ffaal Irrespective of j j i ay in ftie jfiest Iwith them IV selves Jf pr fjhaying Idsfldedtd support 1 j Iwajs in the quent the tp 5 tliat convincing i way a As il an tlie speaSterj rahks with first tlifesiail none was ii disappointed ihim jfi the afternoon s r iie itwilh spendf iSundily with v fe i I jWatsbiil repiiblicati can i i didateSfoKgttveraiieiof was S S i j p i in Saturday two to H rr i Vj i j meet iftiejiferge that gathered i l i i n i to of the tissues i of the state r in iihii good nights rest i 5 speiiding the Bjn tie sppalfpf J vaSjii ison Today In His i 4 i i i K i f T if I I i ridicule the onh 1m poll J TJ I and public ft It was wi tjie gla R il isf rt tail 5S828 5iis feet the i 1 state platforfii atjdl s the onh in FJ state that lusf as ymhn i F t I II its Jeet Slld chtcred him 1 j ii the tiho TJje trttlpennclj pp in northern EjBavfess Us Jproi the Mini btteiiies love tfce 1 1 will t j statute book to bie Vi qmbble iboujl 5 roper ior fl tlji e peppie h n Ff i doe III sudi 0f Jndi r it n fll pabs the il lion bjll iis I i 1 and itbouf On the I I tin p Utoliiii decluefl h s II t r to i i S K l WiitsAii from th i I 11 uojuin in foi i ii of f of Indiana ands boti n tin JS e left the encdftrtglnc step I i arena were lUed ind bhown npjin all their ri people of daon ind I i i i i dicnioiJBness VJr did not I viesh thai f s i 1 P i S 11 Six i ups todij fly nf tin men laid oft in the car shops w ill itsuiiie nSk MoUd n ncys was felad c fall n otiiiof men bv did of thi month been out of foi ttt I J I it i ji H I H SkSSC f marked ifS 1 iiu i tpjwnshipjpwho In hstfof and vojce for i JAn earl trijj tA pdpn by way of kn au 1 toinobjlei laiidjad busy me i filprtlueM 10 rtt 5 i pcjlocli he sjwSjs met by a large iea the tefeU 6 tnernjoine foliows I i i oparatippei wjas i M JOTtil SL irjpyed have b ted books of Indianawill contain lav by eacH voter in the county shall5 say whether or npt sjllooW shall exist in he Jtxtwo minutes after the tjpot df his Ipeech thiis unceasing wotUr was an the automobile being I i back across ijaviess counts to ftlll his afternoon fed I iel1 I he the the ind of nds of in His eniluranct is With scarCelyi hours rest in the dav breathing the i i diisti of the ipuntrj loads nndtihe i deadly rag hi made tsvcj of the jmoslpowerful in Daviess county in i On lj I every I were inon iifor a handshake with a11 the word was How lh next i o hiid r ifc iniii HS i Ifr4 ihi ilflM finis I ifc II H jjiipre fiday ati fllil limfortunatis inal nade thtj ss th sible iijurj jthe jwithout me I Lions path of Utel bul abdomen teamed B the miareht grazed Jnida tUeja or g theml finding its path m the W tiiat Ji of 4aBilj 1 let ftlfey riin ids front of its foi the 1 the bo extracted anij The Jr poi mattei i thus Jeuhakcing thfI ejovery i other Ad were carefUllj examined and and no i Will ayKtir hi ish t inbanefc jisj to general Fndaj JM lfcoisist term there can be to doubt that his exactlf that in bad shapp from a nervous he did no to i to breakdown from wShich he has been meet DilMnl hw anflJi breakjdown from he has been suffering man weegs j Hale makes roj excuse forjhis trlmel but does u hisiflrbt statettitrft as to the cause leading up to the pears reconciled t ife before the stand the penalt to stick Heapr aUhe fact he and is ready to I His grip was given to him late Frida night and from it he two bpttles of mefliqine one ijvilen he arriif the hf f asj tlerl to gstfhini t Ham could vised Male and ifor TJieet hfmil get into ication As ik haiMied Dillon aJrA been1 stirted tq infonued ji change gotjgh the telephja x oftiiei for some i is familiar esierljone iale Owing to fhe phjyjcal j timeijo produce and the other n tnu of and his being ac that he inight eat He spent little i i ML i omid td freij outdoor lifelhir i i jw i s plepmg night after a ppi was able tj stand the shock conference with at Attorney and vq plonlghing throughbis prosecutor To otje person the It from i prisoner da ight rfalej tended to I blnj fun k flfiirthe hai Itliat operation1 was sutceskul j Dilloi tln talkihtBio a reporter of at has sjifh jlerjald FrldaS Hale seemed for irecovermg ltd Jail Attempted and tffic j firm jm Atx fbH that 1I said got i willing to tell of to ui j make the fatal ad Ije trouble to the pplnt where uSktatement would icaidlng changed failed hotel that titeO faiifi csuaty jail i probably is w by an attorney hutfnothibg is knoyn It is said Dillon thatHale h is insane While I i 1 I r as thf sdmething his wife he could j o Anfact of Hale jtragedy f Up hits a Ueen him and He sjatd n tand j get his buli prt Ije Ito he fe inthe rtecarn tierff jn eji aj that fss instich 3 ti at the with that citv had Bting 4i lit PI lion law steps t he mart iettle id to Lookingtd the Young Mensj Republican Uiib a i I meeting was held FruUn at the Masonic crowd was and de i livpred by James HJ nom inee for and othci lepding Shadi quarlet was attendanci land sang three Earje Humipson Aas ihairjuan of jlie ahdanohi i I mittep was 4ppointld to fliaJvf fyt 1 j ther Reward the orMpizatton of clubi f A medium will beifeld atthi repubjllcaii Sun day irfieriiooh ami plins will I i f Meinber of faithj may belong to the clutr and therejare noiiise rfjtnctions I l FOUR IXJljIUKn IX By to1 The latld j 12 e four employes the ing Machine probably fatally injured this mbra ing by jin explosion of illuminating was in the jvtill safq of the Ami ffhe injured arej pow a hobpitn explosion nhen ln ktttjnpr was pade tojliglit j gab jet atelyj tne vault The third of thf By Wireto iThe 1 i Brighton the It tweajjyfpurfrijnr hi collar bone find three nhsbfolten and his marline n recked whenlihe crashed a fhls morning TEie b smashed in t le today I i that temperature Sar lian competitor inttae I I THE WEA1 Generally fair Sunday not much oTS jTH i fi
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