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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1909, Washington, Indiana                                had a not onj which red Irish al to The L Iod May 1 The local optiqo election of Fri April brought to a close one of tl e most streuoas campaigns ever pulle d off In Mattinj From the time that thejJejleclion was called until the polls w6re closed both sides claiming the vJctory and put up the est fight possible to It was Indeed so vigorously that all attemptsjit lestimates were mere guesses ana the result prov d fnat the mpBt experienced po litica forecasters were no better than noviies getting at a correct figuri It nad IcVg been contended by thi leaders ofjboth sides thatthe vote would Je close and whichever side von would to be content with i majority of poi over one ill1 Ma tin iounty to be DO ex ceptii n toj many mhef counties that have Voted so far on the The irys ncrt easily but Every in the county cast m unexpectfd dity lote except it to even the most sanguine df She wets gf ting i majority In of the thul Ieavlngi4t fiiver a voted went as sidefof the quSstf and twice as muchj conservative territory of get pn the as p H iSii Rutherford of being tWo thi ler ele them if Loogootee anii urged the men Laical was served and bbons 4 worn in j large Ljrjv j Tne tiotal votej pious that1 about ninety ber cenij 01 those their ballot pjn tae Tlte banner iry preeiact is fne I south precinct of McCajt and the ban ner wet jrecinct Ji the southeast pre erry township j But little mojieyj was spent by either and cpn be said that Practical y every I fvotjer the coun tjl had tl e in the die influsnce froi Tne outcome Martin cjunty tjjhad tie opportjanity to express his un oi contest gives without before i this tini tion can novel experience ajcjonsj for aj g has never i ijs Anr not be short n The saphduaoret vere jgiven qations in Latin and English aia a est in llsWry this Dean the fouryearold son of ahd Harry of fnis placet had a singular exjierlence 3e complajiied of being sicki and in lis effort to1 free his stomachpf some ejected a small tin The id had belonged to a box of jdhesiye as shown by letter It is a1 size larger than p quar It had evidently laid Jin his some iill ap Posterfe the dual ere put Up Mom K The drawing classes in the sc 160 lave again ijiken lip The tang hound chase Wfednesday i umber of postjpoijed nare for lltfe jgirls was t4ld A irls Unpaged in The reSeiptt for uearl ftvo Hal IF fresh Supply Now I Jist in season i pleasure 1fth and i Bglker Mjtcheltree McCameron Brown idry The toin was last higljt and mcj noisy demonstrations were in dujged in by have accepted the vote as thefeeling of peopli in the and no com pl4int oflany conSeqipence is Tne cajivassing jboird met at the coqrt hoise this i mornilng and of ficially i Totaij Dryjimajorityy The day of quiejly as a or disorder repcirted from stdnp of wet and M ere surroundedtn4 M S v much discussion iwpJBfJntiulged wereliere to was cerla saidi to the goo thatrinone matSrililiip no dirlnking closed as tight ABJ a Iponsr will be tjufeljujas wlthlh the whfch for fne delivery o purp Won is that of con and from residen froni the on necessity for forth to the statloaijy The carpel on coming the a station by the puts the inair in a small or i box Sthe Activity in ent jrice reductions of fitiei bd suits have made our department the basiest W tibn of It is not It ta accoiUt for this Whenyou arg ccnfronted with the merchaEdise si ch paltry It is our pirrpose to close out every i consequently have marked n grat prices jjust twenty clkss ones Bcmt miss this yrtunity to eepin the Well Dressed Circle 00 Suits v BlackSp satin lined i T SOMETHING DOING IN 1HE tiEPARJNIEpT JSiii I PAIRS tJ52 widu 3 to Regru retail values per tymle they FOR 6 rolls all fras wlf a strand o wire w justed between po its larnlviil at empjtled ai rt ils to trie at tihe rural iriven the mijll to at a distance away with the back i and s alons the athl I1 H a young man fropi the Kentucky side of the river was fined court Friday afternoon on a charge of in tojolcatipn Unusual lipd not lasts evening amour ted ileaving itle funq of the sch 4 Professor was unable hij classes TV djij on account of j Theboys fcnoris has sdvieral week for duisical Friday afternoon I day was oblserved Fri a number bf pr4ditBble selectii were given b Indivjdukls and by schnol chbruses j I to lay he the on Tljojnas condupMng a gambling establishment formes AlrtprrAnln Aldernan J Fallc East fiJew jtestifled that lost a jquarterj of dollarfe gambiiijg1 during tli yearsjalthougb i PI un kbits pla he became a crying and sail ia wheujhe becar i Wflen iisked how he i burst ktt learned to gamble e ian j ODON j j Charles of Chittai Esther Wat Wednesday evening at thehome of ifeev w Snjjder in JOnly the rplaf ives jnd a immediate frieridi witnessed the The s a daligtter bridegroom is a If orraer Daviess boy biit is living at CJlatta where thje iouple wiil i nif There would be nothing in the announcement Quinn lent spice to the proceedings by giving anexhibition of foot rac ing that would gain him faiine in a Marathon When ne by Marshal Ellis andtakento the office he used his of itoquerice to pursuade the jiisticetb let him promising to cross the ir he lived a thousand year When he found he could riof reach the heaft of Ine justice by hi plead ng he dlslayed Ms resourcefulness by abandoning the efforts to outtalk the justice arid attempted to outfoot il jahoota It over Marshal Quinn got off in ei iposited into canil rate b has beenj ad tij this signals it is tejr to When it Is Bhot j making the mile a min By a simple jn nipulationi the ftil lie heli Ci jhe kissccl fhemliershii fcent the fejas rtw state s at the f r not on JJi tipn about js output df left in the atlier ngC Prjo ade iich head lll be d4i anly by iiit riiso f m Wlntj and p ogram ieakprs h ie cbnven dth thisi numberi te been I lead aiid maintained his lend for about blocks when he stepped into a gutter and ho could getup the marshal pnbbed him and dragged Mm off jto Jail where hewill for sixtedii days unless spine of his Kentucky friends come to his either end Thfi in be adjusted a mile from which competed oh the track today Waoltex SMts aiti Cfots r Woi When Shopping Visit the i I I I i Graduation time will soon Gotnlmuvon gifts are Iting lougit r 1 gift from our 101 BUT fQU GECT AMD Tflj4 BEST FltioM jt i I May the association tel 2 and isents in ts entyflve per jiwho will tne phases of saloon iind brewing businessifrom the of the The brew ers of the will i so be menwithin ranks jie brewers of ug men from n will attend y in the last ksed in all In its fmans stand in Jan low being br p well known Jdjto addres f Is arid kindred anjd on acijpu H the itn attache to this the dayj theicohvendoj jrieat deal iccord ince witi tl icinvefuion ihere be ivatbhed with f Buciessfullyj adbpted at the at MiLwAukfee j last wBica e plan wh ch delivered Iby set the resuita legislation and iiroh lie extent to which sa is related to the iarid bad ably indl loon regulations general of efficiency inmu nicipal It will be shown that lax legisla tion induces oyer competition intithe and that over dpm fletitlon invites political land police The efforts oftfne brewers to correct saloon evilsj in Xew Wisconsin and er states whjre results have teen accomplished during the wilj be explained jnen who have actual knowledge of j tlje local tradeInterest Ind concern Will b3 relegated to Th shoes iva are shewing ecutive sessions of the The otlher mqetiiigs are open tprthe press prill ue at least 6ne Tneetfng to whioB the general will be Dorothy Ootta m Pum lards ana tl alt style price S3 tit T G toes ana Goaafear The slues Smtth colt 3 i i coif John Reinsel Son if I 1   

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