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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1921, Washington, Indiana                                HERALD TfiE GAZETTE AND HERALD MAY REMOVED FROM 1SH VOLUME NUMBER 67 I POLJCE FOR AVTO THAT WAS SEEN AT AKAXDONKU SHAFT 1State High School Meet at Franklin A By the hhrh school atlilrtes Wre today for the annual state school track and Held Only winners of flrtt and u in the ten sectional of last Saturday competed events were hed on the Frank lin college Lift Your tyac SIIOAIS The md of the worid mnxt or only a day or io away Its hlirh tune for all to befln to look tlw oUirr xhl to sail The repuWican V 1 JTETH WHITE Former Local Man Dying at Bicknell May used about 36 f nt of UK wn IOT l lie oilier j ahlp about ready I ran appointment of By the Associated Press whlV accepting thelimits with May body in which that understanding is pos cf a man identified as fin found in an ahanj conl mine nor Clinton I Hfntt fhnrnail With The after it flOTgea W IUI tpported to the jxillce a postmaster Is pleaijne to especially the Washington Democrat Think uf that dont you thick the time arrived when the lion and thf lamb irUJ Ue down to Kel her Listen to this fromt lie Wash ington lo tills day ol Our never admitted that any art Honors rendered Impressive by Jwas diseovohd hy the Shoals section repobllran or a republican admlnls iho of the iho body jerow when the momlwrs of tho crew tration came within a mile of being corof Ktlwnrd chlrf work on the road Thursrect Padding Pay roller according to The Appointment of as x artlnc postmaster Is crallfyine to Ills efficiency fan not be deputy postmaster he lias become thoroughly acquaint ed with every phase of ihe It is admitted by friends of other candidates for the office fliat Me fiehee Is Ihe best iiuallfled man for the place that could be to be a former resident injuries the Panluudle mine this moriune tlial OFFICIAL IJFE IN HALTS Peeled to his death this afterj rREsnVTKIlI ANS AlillPT ItKSOLl Is bijlloved to have been an un successful attempt to one of night Baltimore and Ohio mall trains bile was soon to drive up to tho minoi I j late night and after droppliiKI j K a lt xraF some object oocuiKints spodod m Seymour district Of miBslnc tho u tthe state highway is under 1hx KnilnK ready 10 start to On tho day the man an at Vornon cbarffd wlth their theso wore found near item a loca sayinc Tnp sot out whoIT and his family had gone to KWOrn ny removed thf holts from Oveland for a A lopo found w IC maintenance the oflwo rails of tho tld around the mans track and had made efforts to Wealthy Chicago Brokers Wife Is Held for Robbery tho ARsociatort Press May automnhle t which in injuries load iris Mumod by rola Oraco at in Ho in alleged In havr worked some of the deiartment lalwr ors on his farm and charged their time tho splkos and a Thoh i failure is holievid to have boon duo to I Inability tnjremnve tho If Frank McTiehee daeonl take off his xky piece and bow away down IlfRlXii H OF CHIEF JlSTICfc Hy tho Press Mny of Inltnl today At I was Duuliar was shovellne coal when a f coal caught him anil crushed Mm Ihiougli lie neck and He was employed a a nucliiiumat at the TIONS PltAISIXIi OF KVANCELLST Onk Hill Luwi ml Litrs puMir Kvldeneo of an nttempl to break Into Jo the writer of tliat in the l which Justice clositi ilncrs of tho Kovornment dojwrt iponlK and the dull thudding a ut noial Kiluto from I atterler at Fort Mfy Pafomac aJnne marked nntwanlly tho nations President and with cah liut commltiois of hlnh department offlrials ami a povernmont In wrro in Heiiuioui hy Jntjulrj amoue Washington of Hie Itunbar family liHioated tluil Injured man formerly lived on smith Mrrdbn ftriH with his Remonstrance On Road Bond Issue A rjmdnslramv approval tho Hunt IVinkel tu lives and tnlny for thearts of Joweph wife of n wealthy and wlio confessed neoordine to tho that for more than a year she had IMOI mhhlne homes nf wjallhy families hy posing ns a Tho loot wns said to ho nioro than dfiO and much of jt was found in Ileil Hell was in a deten tion home Her condition was said by attending thyRieians to he seri ous for In additional to mental was said to he afflicted she Is Boon to become League Minus United timo diirinc Wodmsday night was f at Washlneton Ihen Allhrbrh aukomdhlH WodrifPtoy nlcht Bloom field Man i Killed in Fall Bryan of Bloom died at a hospital in Indianapolis Thursday night as the result of injuries received when a scaffolding in a now building owned hy dropping him twenty feet into a Death was duo to a fracture of the with Harry west Arizona Indianap was painting the skylight of tho Southern Indiana is IxmK combed iri main iart of the building when the tp flnd fcuimrn who hp DixlP fnst Chi i liistfrn Hllnnis train at Prince shoulder and severe bruises about tnn oclock Friday asan uncrateful sort of H and Harding did not that of ye followers Harding And that Is not all When the new ianv tho bo to at fiiRt thdijeht to havlnon the work poslniaMiT recommended Clyde Burris as deputy post therein advanclntr of oniony in of oyriuersimay have lieen committed by tlie WDiiidlx train WTeckers to prof vldia means of makinRr their Infto the The autoni4hllc was when Precedent the pas supply hocamo Tho jrtiilty persons loft no cli Atleihpt lo Wreck on dent Hohhs received a of the fracture of the right head and Phyciolans said he prob ably would States Can Not Stand i CttSC Dismissed May Evening commonrine last night on thu After Marriage The criminal charge against rawi him at address of llnitod Stales Ambassador an employee of the Hnrvey at the dinner given hy Pil eial foal who was arrested on mohilo nnd men drove up to tho tracks and d a automobile on ft seven before train was Shelby IT years a saw them as ho sat in front of tho bakery Ay hoy wo o rtbout to supplement th hunil cr with a crossllo of tho mei d The two moi iho track ran to the auto t srims Kays that he dixision of thoa paternity charge filed A j watch at Iho Haz to have was dismissed late Friday and M Inlted States not thint to do witK the tiuns obviously most Iho leagues position The nontspapcr j at city deputy thereinadvanclnR connected with the Wash Democrat cracks an ROADS A RE TIED UP TOO TIGHT iys Mtlrul roui in m sentetl lo the slati Ietitioilj the iiuiMlnuof the l ij I By til iatid I WIXOXA May liiritais work f Hit William Siimlav of the IVesliVlei rhtlivll 111 the Loltl ilinismado t tho that th Sunday that huil TI Action lowitrdunlnii of tintlio PI ihe Prtsliylortan ohinfh tually when a reixirl liniiia tfl rhlirch ui 1 union that nothing Itw than attiial union nf the will n nl ner tincost Inexevs The itiiitRiit for the I Ihun thn the n i anil Itplv miles in was y u un a republicans of and for it Is well worth your time and attention Kitrrix has been In charge of the money order department at the post office for and his promo tion Li well for he has made an accommodating government the end of the world is not more than a day or so away ro light if their mi to lie placed on l Primary Candidates File Statement Cannel ferries and failure KS lKforo can do anything run tho properties tho they P league of naernoon when the couple was marriedof tho cnr to either convlncis rail the Imllana ho soriotmly affects hy Harry a Justice of thelrnad detocilos the men still in thin citizens whoso names appeared on liavo got li Smith nf York fonlnil Frl ilny iioforo tho sennitInterstate com nwtrcc which is Investigating tho IuNir fuel tax hruld lie lio wlille til intorstato commono iomnilssion slMMM give the roads more In roply to L ouohtion nf Clalrmnn I funiiiins dircetiHl at his rtatonunt con corning tho Internal j coinincrfo Smith said Would Make Tariff Schedules Effective Py the Associated Press May ways nnil mrariH eoiliniitte reJ Iioi til a jniiit ri whieli KcheilnJes in llio iwrinnneritJ tariff hill would lie mailo effective mediately intrmliution of that ae By tliiAssiHiateil May of all iristian rliliiilies lo aoiMtlpliMli the angeliJiinK of tho entire nation was nrgitl by ihe jileiif the fo tin ChtirthtH of uf Anieriea nt I Ihf goneral oiKifeiond of Brethren He ilflartd ihere was all Biennial Convention of Nine Miners Called lning made liy tho uf His if the ecinniitte cy tinsneh slit lhat ait Former Governor Is reirtilftiion had too Campaign It was i out tliat it doubts whether withJ Treesr first marriage rince taking the flyer the United StateB tho league can j office of justice of tho WlneBarsaiid nJirh It declaring the lives at He is twenty I carrlid 150 liiixue might conceivably have fulfilled years many of wli fnnciionK liad all the nun worked to i I OVER Withoutjhat A conlroversjover iomovaj of wires it niusl lend to liecmno a unelosii developed today liotwen positively danoMhs city administrationand the Indi nna Bell company with tho the It is it was some consum to inako efforts Oj inp uBjlt would bo without cur undei fliandLnp Hcrschol thoUisper hoon a does not stop at Princeton bo I theofficial ballots at Iho primar lieratife we listed all hroiish at a high Tl 3 inomi ly from May fof ihcw iant by poreomage for the las city clerk three years or mm arid any one of their cfinipulxn Thej j that If you tako 7Tpar cent of IS cents of Pull arc silhject lo If tho docujand per oont of cents nnd jack to out of lial By thrAyHtvintrd Props Mav cruvorilfir of toifuy on fuloial rant from Ilrilda charglrn poonainv Ills bond at when ho licfun1niinl Mates or ii Ufmo are not filofl within that Ex1 them all up prnsc tiled with the city clerk got tn Onte follow 3 Paul I nn In jamea K igh has John Av Henry j and it 0 suing over n ftvlutve KO iiack and or properly any readjust these olnted a rlrrk in Cit A TALE OF THE WEST IS The Winding Trail Featuring Buck supported my an exceptional cast includ ing Marjorie IT MAKES THE HEART BEAT FAST AND HOLDS THE SPECTATOR IN A STATE OF SUSPENSE AND BEWILDERMENT ZIP ACTION Star Comedy TWIN H USBANDS THRILLS Admissions KINOGkAM NEWS 2 to jl 20 cents DEAR PARENTS i Your child is nearing that day of no have always intended a nice gift that would be a lasting remembrance of the but have you ever stopped to consider that the Gifts that Last are Jewelry DI9B6 Just a few suggestions FOR Diamond up Bracelet Watches Pearl Beads Beautiful Lavalliers Ivory Toilet Ware Silk and Ivory Umbrellas Bar Pins and Brooches Mesh Purses Sincerely Your Jeweler FOR Gentlemens Eine Watches Sterling Buckle and Belts Fine Cufr Links Handsome Rings Fountain Penf Eversharp Pencils Wtch Chains Beautiful Scarf Pins Gents Umbrellas Jewelry Corner Fourth ai of J3 Thomas Kobort KliTi lietb DHlard and Louie Of mn of li tfio H thrf asi iifOhcli yi President t oDeliver Address to SixtyGfaduates Sixty pupils of tho Washington high school TVill IKBiiuluatod at the annual commencement May 2i at the of tho high school Tho Itaccalaunate service will held at the Flmt Christian church tomorrov morning nt The J will deliver tha sor Tho comrnoncement exf rcisesTuexdnj will at 8 oclock The pro gram will high school tho KlHs President W Oakland City coIlcgVV Presentation of tleasurer of board of tho Earl Tho mimes o the members of tho irrmlimilnfr clam will he found olso whore in this WATSON DENIES BOSTON STORY NP GENERAL SHORTAGE JN COUNTRYS FRUIT Jlamanc to fruit from in MIIMO seo of a 11 nf thelnitcd k iis iC Ainnriea tho ir delegates frnm all Hi eal unions awl fioni tjje arsoitatiun whieh is ionnecled wtlli ihe mining iiulustry nf this lhi ti tnvntylchth corsointlvo nnl l tilth liiennial of the IM in the iniiiuiUL it is llul the rniiveiniiii till yrai ivlll In iho larffes ever ami cillH for tho convention are htinir ui etarytieasiinr nf the ami ulhei pliinM aro IMIMC hy The roiitvn is in HI on Tues July and will proUiMy he In se sieil Ihe rest nf The nhftinuH hiheld at till KiiiiriUs roluiiilius Vnttitutiin ill illestions Will In1 discussed Mid pre liuiifiarnork fur etm will also he has jJreaily burn si t it M not proltaile that the not in 1 Cnorgia lMnchex nnjl are al ready iiriulnjj to the while the wns siald to be abimd aift in several HAS NFAV tSJfttt bMpfxa tnou In y ii the Inrtl4fta seo ught of ia President and Party to Leave Late Today Py tho Atsociated Press Xfay presJont and Mrs accom a party of will Save at today on tho presidential for Xew where Iho will two addresses Tho Mayflower Is ojcjiccted to Jin New diy j break Monday and will start her return Voytwe late that Those In tht party hesldes the president arid HardinK will ho Secretary Prlsadier Ofiiernl tho secretary wnr and of and Mrst Sen ator und Rcnatur of Xcw Senator of Now Carmi lias Ixen lol to tuition1 known by an olis to Vio Boston toil Malson8 friends in liad docldod thru President j Harding would bo t onetermer and already Kroiining Wiitsjn to succocd hinu In order to scotch this ropnrt iSenatoi XVatson Friday wroten let tor to tho tariiT commlssloii In which hie says j I niri In receipt of from the Boston Tianserlpt under dateof May head Watson for That Is a very beautiful piece of political it tears ns much resemblance to truth as tho fourth chapter of JlUg Veda to tho tariff on Bermuda I did not want to lx president In I do not want to be president and ncvt r cxiect to want to IK presld I am for Harding as long he iontmuos to liiake good nn1 there is nnbulv Itiut an say that up to tho pres ent timo ho Is not functioning to tlu and absolute t itisfactlon of tho Ameilcan A Oill undirUiKliiR is a new etnMiiiintion loaih nnd niacliine uid willdeal with MtST UK KIT TO May ning at once every man obtaining i inurrJiKiliCfiiKti In pro tluro within liVdays and nil hy uiVproveil i thai the applicant is five rtiin siKUtl fXDKRGOKS ni tho r I r tlm ImMana Funeral Diicclnrs associa lion at est Badrn hnV tindenvent an tho remova I t tho county hospital this I Her condllinr is Firing at Merrimac Breaks Zones Calm By Press West May Within a few after the authorities nftcr examining their morning reports mm tho upjier Tug river vaJley liad an nounred that all was they werv nfornied that mining town o the scene of much rimming1 he last un had again noon lire Siiqday GRAND Monday There were no thv AllenCountfr Bank Visited by Bandits Ey the Associated Prws May nhbers today held up the cashier of the Inmertown fourteen miles north f this and escaped with In of a former Unlcash In They made twl Slates Ihoir KOtnwuy In an MRS MIERS Lloyd GeorffeThere But Not BHand BWmlnifton World Robert Mien suffered a slight stroke pa Bythe Associated Press offectingr her rlffht On ac May Llovd count tf her advanced the physl has grone OB where he Will spend the Weekend health last week when Sir Phiapp Sueeestlonii were bor itspldcn wBddinjr annlvermry WM made that he Brikad Awhile at Hyths but dlBputohesfrom Parlt indicau there no disposition on ihe jiart of the French premidr w the Slloeia qsration with Lloyd INTO SECOND Tha pontofflce at Jasper will go into George btforc Tueddajiat the list ofsecond class cfflcs July James Oliver Curwood Presents NOMADS NORTH FROM HIS FAMOUS Betty Blythe and an all star Mountain Wild Cats and all the wild beasts of the forest flee be fore Jhe forest fire In this majnilflcent Greater Than Back to Gods Coun try and ADDED Special Two Reel Joe Martin Monkey Comedy BABY DOLL BANDIT TOPICS OF THE to 1130 PATIIE AdmUslons pltutaz   

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