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Washington Herald Newspaper Archive: February 26, 1920 - Page 1

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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Washington, Indiana                                fft WIDELY KNOWS BOtTHERK IX DtANA MINISTER OIKS AT The Hcv John A pastor of tho First Brethren Walnut and west First died at Wednesday night his homp 501 northeast First utter a prolonged illness of Brights HP fifty years of age The Rev Hlle had been in fail ing for eighteen months and was in a serious at the time of his appointment to the pas of the chiircji by tho annual conference at Plairiviilc in He ivas as signed to the local church to succeed the who was to the Vincehnes chUivh of the and came to this slty from where he serv ed thci congregation there for two The Hlle returned in January from where lie had undergone treatment at the Webber for five His condition then as before going there was gerlous and he failed tho transition been expected for some Born near m Spemci coun where hp giew to lie was licensed by annual confer ence in in and continued his ministeiial in the Indiana conference which cov ered a period of years until his After serving as sup ply pastor for a part of a filling a vacancy caused by he was given the church at Montgomeiy for hisflrat conference He suc cessively held pastorates at Alfords Becks i Platayjilet was UpneC ftfr3tfiV6 A Freneh v The Hila jvas a mcmlier ot the Independent Order of pelj His education was received in the Spencer rajuiity During I one of his pastorates I lie Wiss Agnes who I survives together his mothj one a school teacher ahcl college student one soul a Washington high school student two brothers and five sls 1 As a Hile wnp one ot best known and most suns opssful members of the liitliaiia cou drawing inspira tion from his life and can tes tify to tire that came in nis powerful He possessed in a marked the ability 16 make young men and youris womep take hold of themselves and makfi themselves Mis knowledge of the scriptures was profound and coupled with a gift of won for an enviable Not only in but In mani other southern Indiana will friends lament live loss of mnn of big heart and Devo tion to his friends and love of Uift family were not his lesser character j The funeral services will be beljl at the United Brethren church at ij oclock Friday The body j will be forwaided at Friday afternoon to Dale for J1E1TTV PROSS TO HHFORMATOIIY Hay farm hand and riv who was sentenced to serve ji term of from one to seven years by Judge Ogdonin circuit court terday morning on hia plea of guiHJ to a charge ot neglecting his will begin doing Ip charge of Crossu was taken to the IiidiS aria reformatory at JeffersonviHe tnife the deputy sheriff and hlji prisoner leaving Washington on tho early morningeastbound Baltimore and Ohio Commitment papers were prepared 1 nRATH visjrrs JdlOKriil ivrfi IXTO IIOlSKriOLU OP lOME IX AUDITING THK Auditors of the Indiana public service commission are in tlie city auditing the rec 0ds ind hooks of the Wash ington Light and company incidental 10 the to a re of the water and gas rates i of the I H jbujlt to a point lear where j stepping will Hurley 22 Inear thfe was sH I rested Tuesday charged with sttfal ingfifty i bushels jjaf corn premises of Thomas bis lansj Boyles will Ebo tried toilny Tore Jildge Tjaylor lit ifc Pike iiieiiit court B ij By Associated IX MoHfson the young ed of VJte President anti died here early today after years hut n tyear ajp troi bio thp ship of matrimony str icU in a a a jtyphon or one of the misadventures that fog up the Icing dfvnrce was granted Sanders against on condition that pay VISITORS DO XQT SKK IUKSIJ KVT i 5IKXT TO HIS II w AT fTIY The forenoon sosMon of the couujtjy rural scliool conference to lie held i Washington tomorrow will iljp council chamber of the city lipljl i i 11KHATK IS ItKKrMRft A i lKAXlK1 A XIV RKKI lUTTRRliy HKNOrXf K VKRSAIUtKS PACf instead qf a shijrt j Tilp child tiiree years old and had Been a mdnvberOf the virti presi family l I I 1JH i UC PUJ i t the A short time hem armoriai to Wilson urging of schoo He was suffering ried again and Melissa wife number enters the Mpre He filed another sujt for hm the a par the VicfiPresid 1 lltie boy tfnents ii Marsha the Klec pant of t the Lawrence County 1rosecu He digging into old records disc it was ered that Sanders had neglected cht and Marshall no chillien of their own and hilds p ljic Ligl lwhere i fficers ol Fru and the jejectiou the ecord complete payment of costs pf the I iBy Associated Representatives the re presented a ns previously lam coinfy this session will be In t to Cox dlsjnissed second case as a illegally first taken to their court bodnd to support htitas neith er of the women seems Inclined to dabble in the Sanders imutjril 1 standing is as much in the dark fas T liotel for a visit who was touched by by that he veto the compromise raihoad They were joined by thd represen tatives of the Farmers who supplemented a pjievu oils request for veto with t The visitors did not but were received b who promised to thd memorial and other documents fore the salary qiu The afternoljji Another le assembly rupm I Py TJip and the Associated broadside of lenuncintiSii loosed by irreconcilable oppogr eiits of the peace treaty today whin the Semite took up the undfir teriicm of a successor to to keep if county will te takejij cbuwderation until Disposed it N a meeting Senator the county board o menlj and Missouf of which organization will be led off for the ft treaty hate and latter calling it hriupq ol winch organization will be ija Off for the irre i Washington to attend former rharacterizin e the pjesii school Conference instrument of hi y ers wil1 include state sig and the lattt IX pcrintendent slate anil fShool children supply ijiumbers which the ligrani B In a small box in the well of 9JmoUe staekj of the Vincennes tlaiid Power company ti been placed twen AXNOVXOKS 1JBKIC1T OK IX By Associated Hegulations requiring CIIJAN to disclose their real lOlXPUX should be reasonable and assisting serpent of The debate began afterl the had voted with only a ing noes to pass overi Article until nction had been taken on the other proposed g William of the federal trade years a complete history Farmers State of yalparaii 4 erection of the together and the iHobart of of the and Subsidiary tpie was dis closed yesterday afternoon by ord of Otto state iui j following report4y slat seciytiry of bank examiners that a Shortage general 1 today before the house agrictijture fcommittee when hearings on iproj posed legislation to ivgailate the packers and other the of the and Subsidiary wejie vvere J Mi Cojver sajrl companies should he legislation from trading poultry and Louii U years two year ngo ran away from jtlie Home in of his manager of tlje Oriental By Robert Underwood forns ievly ot newlyn Pointed to calle Partf hls Or d by Harry gtlie anaser at the time of si OoiiiE BROTHERS ROADSTER Serviceable and Dependable Can make immediate No change in Keith Motor par Company 304 South had Ixjg exac reel Sam Ifrson jsiinders of wltmen se had been T r examiners report also stated that hrj tin box and had learned thap funds of t of tlie placed il lit in the hank were being used in Stptlc sptc julation in ar KXffJKii cording to the are control Tifiili T vo wiVek wijte or no j talent is luitdecided as to the cif Binders marital ca any jrale its married qne woman several hy William Gardnerif 5alparais the examiners ha seen since they ibugan check i the books of the institutions ear this Henry cas ief of the Valparaiso the exat inters has the short age of neat because fie says rtM i tried to make him a aa Lgreat packins has been located in Hope rescue mis1 White House todajfto final instructions before leaviii He said he about March J siou informed lop Chief of 5 Police Petty the ha mother who is in Nci thus iiending a l ATIOX OX DURlXfJ S HI i WILL IK SHORT Feb The manufacture of maple syrupj lias commenced in Pifee county andonly a small number of sugar cnrnpi are IIISPATCHKS By correspondents here Alaple syrup is comnjand their flisPatches per and the four Hirers can not even fill their ne Iocal offiial tlfterent at this The weather lins been y e nnfntnrnhln nnH tho n LJghting ar es a unfavoraible and the run promises to S Matorlal for the new strippins mine to opened at six i miles oast of by the Is arriving and the fcom jpapy will endeavor conji early A y extremists Supposed The fourth unknown Meighbois of to In tliA By Associated I Ntate committee took no aii rtlnn in reSHid to the irtoposert spssion of the tlij nnri a thiri to ie is maintained n supposedly IF David but no caiirlUNoii jps east Waijint JJBVIO MOIIZK V 8 fined i J i i nintllittO1 in tnnt ivnniit nA jl early istiramerj arid costs by JudgeAnderson on She is not exported charge ot selling i I ji S SutMutlt Electric FOR DAVIESS AND MARTIN COUNTYS crfllcs niystcrj fmude by Inlversnl v col Is in this type of Wodlworth 5c AND ilclodrinua of t Imitation CutGlass Per card Choice lOc i Sprclal boxes be cts jpearl 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