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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Washington, Indiana                                FIDAY FEBRUAK5T WAYSIDE JOTTINGS BY NE WHO HAS NOTHING pUE TO DO HUMS FILED SUBMITS STATEMENTS TO VERT AFFIDAVIT OP YOUNG ROBERT nNUURY HUHPREPIRED 1 Judge Houghton Orders the Sheriff to FUce Wfllle Davidson In Motion Under Advisementr Three counter amdavlts have been ffied Iby the state 4n the circuit court IB opposition to the affldaivit and imo tion for mew trial filed Thursday by Oounly loas recelvad from gressman James Watson of Rushville an acceptance of an invitation to address the Daviess county republicans ait the county convention in this fclty on 30ifh of has a fondness I for Oavless The boys hire oiways were for Padgetts office with she ring the street car fare for me as came in the street car affiant fur r says that because of persuasion1 Alfred and Robert and kindly feel fox made statements and and to affidavits pre Padgett that in truth 1 In fact ihe did not go to Vln ines with Robrt Helton about i tr nor at any other time Af W it further says that said mother 05 defendants on evening of Febrii before they Iboarded street car to go to Padgetts wlho have been convicted of petit The affidavits are toy Sheriff Fielding Da and Henry Waltz and IMnridson were questioned by the prosecutor and Gardiner afternoon at the ofllce of fpTndge Gardiner Davidson admitted inert ihis affidavit to the that Sie bad accompanied Rpfbert iHelton Vlncennea Iwheife thfe affidavit al leged Helton j attempted to sell the to a Junk dealer was false signed hy htm only after urgent solicitation by of Hel ton The affidavit of Sheriff Colbert merely sets out the discovery of the note Robert Helton attempted destroy fie was searched at the jail Thursday afternoon and its admission by Helton to the sheriff that Claude Hel ton in jail Wednesday gave the note to him to give his Tne Important parts of the affi davlta of Davidson and Waltz fbl from here and would take af with them it he I jjd d PaJsett what Bab requested 4 COff BY Asks for Pi eaves and AttackadS bj a spell of Frederick Asmanof R6eve a the was led the circuit after he had grlvlnsjjnis The sheriB to tell M his wife duly sworn upon bis eays that he 1s eigh t teen years of and that Ms par 3 enta are dead r that he is fcy the Southwestern railroad company at its shops in the of I that on the 23d day of 4 Robert Helton commonly f called came to me between 12 i and 1 oclock at tihe car shops of the railroad company and said flhatt iPadg j ett wanted me to come up there and g lim that nue and Sob took that I brass over there Vin k cennes and he said to tell Padgett t that Ohess Turner T4 to take it over there and 1 Chat had got me to go with film and to tell Padgett did go with Bob and was with him when fe threw 4he brass Jn Cie eaid that If 1 would do this It would get i Cbem all out of trouble but affiant I refused at that time to come up to f that about fifteen minutes before 5 oclock on said day the mother of said Robert and the said defendant met affiant on the street rar tracks near the shops and told lofan fihat Padgett wanted tosee and he came to j WILLIE iJSubserlbed and sworn to before El T prosecuting attorr toeing duJy his oath says that he Is nine years of that he is emi at railroad shops of uthwestern in tihe city ithat at on the of February he saw Robert Hel engaged in conversation with illle Davidson and he heard said at said time and place say to Vidson rthat lie Davidson and Helton better go uip and I guilty that Bill and Bob sd that over to VIncennes before hat It and that when got there and found what and throwed it out as soonas ay found out what it and that she woulddo that they all ie and I heard Willie say he not want to go up there Acknowledged by prosesirting at Houghton announced after e filing of the counter affidavits at Ee Would take them under ad ient until An affidavit been prepared tihe Robert Helton with perjury it it has not the court Willie put in jail pending the final oatcome of the Finds Against After ihearing the testimony In the of Dan Long against the Ham H lion Judge Houghtoa gave esumta a seat in the court it vfas great djjficulty Asman fehortly after taking the witness stand flushed and was seen that something was faltered in his talk and ils was Interrupted with xplanatldifa that he jspas suibjeot to lervous j Oijjce he almost and the sher n a cup o water nftfet which he iWas able to go n wffeh fis iHe stag left the dhair for the gered to witnesses ff to Hie It la su endant on witnesses ness i Asman was a witness for the plaln iff in of Anna Belle Cleaves alnst Cleaves o Reeve decislOn againstthe claimant who represented ibyT The for the estate was Alvln a TRIA1 The county commissioners journed with the MoCracken ditch The hearingwill be ned again March Our line of floor covering for Spring of 1910 is now complete and ready for We are better prepared than ever before to sleeve Call and inspect our lines and be convinced tttfjt this is the place to buy your house conducted to the cpiirt room wliere the suffer er rested Himself on After a vigorous the sheriff and to Dompletelyjbroke down ff hurried the man id wastake n by the aher uvenlle coii t osed the sxcifememt at is ibeirig ca lied the Is emivarrfsstng to imany brought Asmtens 111 iship ilfors t the ent isltne court The Judge Hough wiflh ArnoE In ttie eges mat oclock Cleaves Is and was pres seated J his attorney tplalnt Cleaves al to leave becausp of her She on one her refused to tjeatment for her was only feigning ill Shq allege hie owns a farm n Reeve township property valued at decree she dgment tfor all attorpeM Is Flavian A the witness w3io became a brotherin e jfriarrled In Mar ias tin separtrttlqni the coins Octobfr The ame January this year nt LOCAL DELEGfllES SEE NEW OF A OF TO ASSEM AT CAPITOL first exemipllfloa In recently the geneM rfenal coAd ttee of the lodgej w Modern Of America lodge will he fiyJll hi adianapoli of the 590 r presented aeon and officers of itness the exem een chosen at a present the local at Indianapolis win by joflicers and team of OfTCO day to having recefli njleting i lodgi L I I Marlon 3558 thfe direction of wh the genelral ritual c MOST OF THE TOWNSHIPS ONLY SIX MONTHS SCHOOL THIS SHORTAGE OF FUNDS Regular Monthly1 Teachers tlon Will Be Held at Court House J All the township high school the county will have seven but in eight of She J fHeies to to CShtef McCrisaken May iou sleep the sleep plf the Just1 We read your words afbout tiae chick ns aid looked ovef the yard for a ilace to up another flower Some how we feel assured that we can n w put in several boars time In makii ig at least of portion of Wash ington beautiful Kvmg in eadlir fear that 1unch of con rary old hens aecross tie Street maklig a raid upon jour Uowera and oinigl more destruction three min utes than we nere coax na ture Jto do good in six i weeks If only make enjl stay where they we will ibe iglad to give you the privilege a lielilng yourself to any of iBhe3blossome3that may chance xsu t your i With the thp winter in o spring will mean ian increase of he use of tihe and the lonk will be heard fef night the summer the warmest Last year ityaishington was Van Buren retty well and ut this year will see nearly double the fflkimiber in Two garages now In working where wifih the dpening of last season Washington one was installed aterj Many purchases have been made during the winter somej of the deliveries being made on daysj wihen the wearthet was at such a low stage that a ride in one of these machines was far from Tlie majority of the drivers here aboutare the careful lave some conception of what a ma dhine Is made for and wJiat it rwill and at same giving to jhe people iwiio iprefer maybe through force of clroirmatances are comipelled to sit least a rea sonable of ttie there are some people who have1 access to the steering wheel of automobiles herealbouts that are albout as dangerous ai a ton of gun cotton ready for use Uncle Sams wtoo wear the These drivers have no more regard to a crowded street than a jhog has as to wihlch aide of a garden paitch he shall commence his work of summer when thie feJiy Satur day night crowds would be ulpon the streets these subjects of the Wood mere hospital would niake a turn into Main street without i semblance of a and as a result the crowd at the corners wouli have to make a hurried getaway to save unnecessary doctor The dHvers most cases would assume a smile equal to the one carried by oufi pldfrlend Jim of the ibreakfast food The speedlimit they cared nothing land no arrests have ever been made in the city ifor its To say that this limltlsi not violated almost dally making an as sertion that would us to lose our meaiibershop in Anffmtoa club even among liars Uhere Is hon at One driver last summer was ligolnig at such a speed that iwlhen he attempted a turn in the east end of the city the machine struck a tele phone The pole was clipped off near the ground and the machine was sent to the repair It is this same element of drivers who take out over the gravel roads of the county at a maddening speed and witSiout any attempt at courtesy when a team is will pass them ait top possibly yelling for the occupants ofthe to turn out that they may have the right This show the country gawTcs that the gravel roads are for the exclusive use of are a back numiber and should be sent to the these fellows bring the conservative drivers into ibad repute up such a comimunlty sentiment that K 4 4 4 1 4 CHARMING C parley Forbes of Indian land popular promoter of piano city arranging to give series of concerts aiustjratlng tha Ajjollo which fe said to marvelous f The boncert will be given In f the Hyatt toouse parlors j be ginning next on Fortbes iwifl there with his demion of Ma two years term In Connersagreed to resign at and to lend his support In will be otil months term of ithe district and this will end in two weeks In of the In Some1 of the schools there has been a of time from illness and such will have to foe up schools that have been carried without interruption close two from Last year nearly all tihe townships had seven months a school ibnfir a shortage of money of necessity inade the terms briefer titils Thtajle ficlency In school money Is attributed to the fact that the salaries ofjthe teachers have Increased new laws and the levies were allowed to remain the Steele township the district sol six and a ihalf win t six nHMiUiiBami ituiuiu In Washington townshtp llls pofeple 2ul ln ffolng their ithat here will be seven and a half months of The regular monthly for applicants teachers licenses undef Tie quesaions for the arrived today and will remalbed 6BTALS J 5 twentyfive years old and jwas arrested ulpon Ms own Sonfessljon for the robbery of the RICHARD KEfMjiUf OF WINS IAHV SHOOTS IN HEAD A SHE LIVEDBUT 1JNO HOIlllS Consumption Causes Ijeath of John Fields at Hotnejpf His Sis ter in This The relatives and friends In this county of Richard wife of a prominent politician of ex Brothers drug were shockedI ihours of 5 and oclock s attheibarn 5 oclock on t Kinaman side door of the then an oldstyje rifHelfronj Hs over the the stock of the floorjshe placed her forehead against thel muzzle and pushed the trigger with the Her husband the shot left the but did not think it came from Che JA later tat tefi TE the door and rifled He committed the leed after an allnight tour the ired light KEEPS SECRET SLX or rc f r ca Feb I d the floor S their friends while attend the state fair a i rind Miss Sada Robinson sloped and were found tout lt the that utaeas on They to ound i vine two hours out No for her suicide has been i unDaiaucea her mind ae she has suf Yesterday announced their wedding fered for sWerai mpnths been success fronj i Kinaman was fortyseven years old and who was acandidate for the republican nom ination for sheriff of f Ike is wellknown in Four mOntlhs ago Kinaman suddenly disappeared Ijand was gone MADE FAREYlEIiL f In a remarkable speech James beheld at the office of tne cditntyj of said farewell r the United States sealed until the time for beginr ing the The recent on the jeot requires precaution to avoid any confusion Teachers who the the senate after a service of but a supervision of Ben The senator for tllree He returned as leliveran oration but Su4denly 33 he say jses sketched his life tag that he haii been Kansas his regret at His made effort pos sible while he was to get some trace Whether or not his disappearance has any on his wifes suicide Is Young John twfentyone years old and idled oclock this mornings at the iiome JBODY SIAN GLED AND The body of William haive the privilege of sending Ixmlsvplle was founid Mangled and frozen Thursday in an quarry behind the city papers direct to the state board They also may hand thr papers to the superintendent of f for He charges but the state manuscripts are cent to FEAR OP FLOOD ttnli riverTeached airatage of here last with a a mnamimaim stage of forty tie fear la expressed for farmem tal the low and consldanaWe damage 0 THOMAS WAItDRON WI TAKEN TO FRANKFORT FORGERY pi of the United1 tapks and such instruments of de struction are placed in the roadway MTSSWRI dlAN IN HUl arrested Donfiftft Ap a warrant isl sued M connectlon i nth the death of Profe Vaugd at i Thfe arreatf is Prolecutfhg Granite and Sultana Cottage per Wool Pilled Ingrain BOcand OOc AH per and yard per yard China Mattings excellent for Japan Waitings beautiful line prices suit any purse to to In elzee to fit any Tapestry Bugs each Axmlneter Hugs each linoleum is the moot sensWa covering ftir Kitchen and Din becauee it is stum and inexpensive per Rufs and Undeums while you have the the new assort Upon payment of dollar down we will reserve Carpet DT Unoleumuntil you are ready touse 70 camps in this d in Toimllnson night camps In Indiana j John the Washington go to Indianapolis Satur f John ivas secretary of he request of Rleger of Adatr aritreTfl went afternoJMi stay over Stm relativesi o injure any arid all machines that chance to ipass alongv An instance of kind occurred South of the city lairing last summer In which a tious horse demolished a ibuggy and dumped a young man and woman out upon the more or Injuring machine driver evidently thoughtte had done his duty in the instancet for the went his way without offering any The automobile others drivers wlho managing of their andSwtoo observe the law within limits ofthe city andx iupon thel country should form an for their protection tTaese Imposing and brainless and1 furnish to the authorities that would be sufficient to cauia convictions for violations of the Machines are pretty well scattered over the county this season and representatives of euch a club could posted on al most every leading i thoroughfare in rural After a few prosecutions and if Convictions the farmers would convinced that the average driver fiitends to Ibe upon tihe square and sucS Incidents as was a dally Wneatland last year would passiout of Bind all 1 NotTwoJAlike Sterling German Silver Genume Goat and Walrusall priced J iff Miller has gone to to returne Thomas N lias ben arrestea tnere on the of forgery His arrest Is the oiijnit ation of the sensational affairs whlol he has involved htmseH He drew money at berry bank on a note signed toy hi self and bearing the signature 1 Then 5ie deserted his elopd January with woman living In The ty has filed suit for divorce and ibank filed suit to This suit developed IT WaJdren had not signed the i Che charge and arrest tor f orgetjy i Waldron was one fiHe most highly izens in the It te said the woman with waom eWJae wltfii him in 1 4 absurd stofry is printed Demgcrat to the effect State r Ezra Mart y is ai aspirant for a InatfOh fo It hardly ne iessary to de iidiic iloua Is prfntoc In ithe hope cc but Matitlng ly Is not and tor agreement of pike 4 Youre not game if you donttbring Hewig out and help us eafethe oyster telephoned flremen of number 8 company to State Represemtatlve Ohrtotian iHewig hour after marriage said and he and Hewlg were e fa good fadth years he republican nor InoUon itihis to toPike on the 4 4 4 4 eesj Sena tor Hot 4 po to 4 of any ftevtess county re ixlb 4iiis BRIDE WILL LAY ITS SIXTH OA New vice president and feenft manager of the CommerciaiiCaHl announces that in Tl the public demand tor ln cable facilities and greater transmission the Commercial company iwdll proceed at ones jto an addition tranaaitlatic T will be the sixth cable wiskjh Cable connpany WiJJ between Europe and Than Regular ilNEN New Crashes p Table Linen II p in setts or by the yard 2 14 and 2 12 yards For the wide or round Asbestos Table Padding never When shopping the honored guesw at toe tMe In the hose Hewig bad get tor his the fire across the street bis birthplace and only In eel bration of her He wtg was Augfcsta It Is Hepresentalve lewiss first inar He te a has been active to regjablloMj poll MEETING ATTRACTTS The annual lUianks ing of the of Baptist church nigWiatg of Allen large Japanese were served toy young girls aSHreil I Japanese costumes tlona of tfne home were in flags and lanterns An program was f THK TOTlllem Conners wtllj talned as chairman of toe state democratio committee tics lot1 twcntyi Spars ao4 ta known In the abate organisations of tihe Elks and the Knights and Ladles of WHAT OF BOYCOTT The price of ttie ibest grade of hogs went to afcundred In the Louis ville stock yards Dealers that tne be reachedwkhln a IW WEATHEB Unsettled rain oif snow In the north i tonight or Saturday 4444 OOP WATCHES GIVEN Every Pair j Boys Gun Plate Shoes Good Styteand Wear Sizes 1 12 and 2 J Sizes 2 12 to 5 12 i j The watches are warrajiteil by the Connecticut Watch Company of IJew York We are still out ladies fine tan shoes at one JOHN RE1NSEL SON   

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