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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1902, Washington, Indiana J t ik On Trial at 1 71 Dai U Wai On i 7r CASE Stuul Almitt IM rain and Gambling i pass of State ex Addie is on trial fn sire tut court lat and r ibal ly last is to tp i b ten lost by Davis while gaii over rds ion East Mi iSE T i 1 for The near W i the Jefe The at selected to try the ip ed i the J marii J ihn Joseph I Imc 5eorge Frank Wi ems ike I 6nr Toe i for Davis are Jud e 0 K Hou Judge a Hon J T for D Hare J Padgett and the firii o BouSe for the and w fol lowed b to great hu has aske OB Has oi pdo dain Shi to fulfil iis 6 e lmer Js attor r Wall d Scaw icd the ooc ning lor the de t after 3 the first f was a of wit Mr i anil of thp d i a ihe same She elder aSfan thirty f and sj four 3ti ey l the of t Tea ter a nd Sii id ide Bert VI W t 1 l S of Addia d just across the street rom the People of the ment o j th 9 gambling di vices and appearance with At this on every da noon and sometimes all money m tt e crowd The favo iti game elegant attractive i gambling i ent s in the a tec night when the tould hold He de scribed t e name the tha fine table electric and Wit less narrated dil Cerent in which he saw plain iff and defendant engaged ind k 36 from a to orer a th us ind in one nij Defend nt always 1 furnished the drinks free 1 1 the gambling room v itn the drink all you be Witness s Wore he never lost at rM Hina M at This at Thre I j 1 ha jUry in agreed on a verdict i ai il was guilty Judge l the jury arill Og mada a motion for ap the motion iof riot be sentenced but the sentence tpi twentyone 1 topk a of nqc majority ffrr ion rind five for bil vote stood ther it toloi I i jury has been qui effr Since toe court This purt roam ton repeated a oji iji Who ars J to p RichardC lomit to exceed in his Davis was on the st ind ugh to describe one gime fetty Oak I heme at J be Jhe will for Waa a when court the It was about the teMt at Davis that when he want op he to in his that he in a of eat h chip waf f the value Of a stack of 40 chips 150 bet at One A ter they as the first J to give bnt required to get money I wen t the bank nd got in deposited my ch ick for ar ied it in Mtf H illard was Baiting for fma down stai B it the back floor He tt ok and put it in tke Bale agree proceed h the the extern Isaid it there ind check it up n day i nj i saw f about an hi half SDi lard I had alii and f emt back the thu gambling room by Yaffle door a nd outside out bo to hird I got m pilfer this two marked II 00 fend teft Dillard waiting foi n 9 down sti ire m his sale on back do took thp I as befi re t sewn t It was bait past two thb I 1 afterwards made nth the I u This no nil g the time Me story of hi j id and ef Trees I visited M Andrew is busily eB hiS nursery stock to n Aw le of Wash iad i M V If nn nearer W who has daya Is beta im fei S Edward and Miss pell were marriage by at tn The City n B to stop Mayor paying jio as city 6Jk and the closing tile SB leg the case Judge that if by iitt cil it Bart was made t MrJ tto case pi t Hastings ioi j BJJ J Mary Stoser et al Vit attrition eif ordered salp ji among the Commissioner j W by court but 1 1 Ct fffl speaker be inor ever this Elliott has U to be his It has befi of their before It delegates faf city the tHeiir Half the more Jon than onj any although one or The now no unless Is of this is will get it i from the 3bine of thj are almost a solid j of Richmond In ends tpf b4 this for I supreme vice chancellor of Of for 6sition defeated a small at biennial meeting of th i at Detroit year i that edWith Oj arrived this jand gave hif The thj t Eib came to in the lead inflicted wit i a gun in the bands of his wife asd that Mis apted m verdict w as expected by al most ever abd meet i lilting S lim in Ij ben eon of State Union B fitter to San Francisco whi he vn take rill hava tie if thb e if for of here is 3n boom for the iie for governor in boil a but if shape them selves tils I Goodwine was gener regar led a one of the most con and most influential mem tiers of the senate during thb last tWi his ha his frequent mention as f State Ma lleli vS Josep J A j i at n Fbs A ait Hya Theres no soaking req if you us Austins Quick lunch a not not mad Cai 6O To L a i lunt Confederate Veterans reun will sel H tickets to 01 and 20 at iron Returning tickets wil Ev be good to leavd later thai April except by depositing tick Bt agent and paying SO cents limit VAll be extended to May f Pi 4 i s W Louis CAPITAL Hag An L March ecar Jar f has rs Elijah ipsp r of 3f James P djr Peru the cpn that at Ko late again for speaker I of Created it L tew ago that the beo will un be factor Ma Well aid derl of his hte 0urt on jahe j to years in the circuit fori stealing a from jJ weeks anl a convict will be Reid is s is When tp General Miles i i i i General Miles mask L J wng hat iie is nqt ie White y it Coi The qii 11 Dili 1 tn ilii t pi not as b fl i I Sayre because grei Blonal remaining in the Wai h j the week ending Marshall lacy for friends easiest It March at th B Marcy lost t ie HE of tl e i during the jice Monda f jantz ot a Gloer W b rake so baj last out of an m Uut a GENTLEMEN JM of to be iat th ehei a In railways ei ch ijt te was fired the bul President which which re as lie It tha pras the 1 cartridges that were In all been turned over tpth s Buffalo Historical and will placed In the museum pi tie i i j Mine I March ejc caused at Lawton orer the miners in the of an 85pound ni 83 pure It was In the scene of he of the Span here many crucibles have beep nA I Scores at In orms Ihei state department in a cable Bated March 22 that goy announces an Important vie ory the who have jeen threatening the capita I court in appointed of Kings coun y to turn over alnd i to Charles the governor oil charges of malfeasance in house 2 has the contested Election lease of In coq rt Sale J th bs in o Mrs Kempf v i Padgett has all tl would bp base p Mr I j and 3j the caso it brought tio t i SI be i murder as time said action j the decision of the cpn this if ho e tl i ail 4 i tt fir hi was tun J i M jj ii Shi nine Uil iTKe nations y tout now i t madu v his been arrest inro She r this i i condition placed in Her B of Haute A car f seree Pi Yrii tit i a firi nor iv bo V tarn ml in ts lit that irt rki the col I us i HI i iov luo It m m that dere on Vickers ol Burns as here Tuesday 3 attested the of james at wasa proprietor fe the Grand at and lir MJU thia place and at Indianapolis A number of our peupla attended th sale Garten thie miles south of tawn Frank waj largely at Warch A number of can th county j here Sat political in were present Robert ind John looking after t Work has commenced on the propos ed sy Jem of rock roads Th grading will be rapidly as poss pie before the hot weather commences and entertained he members of the School ind teachers Monday evening n honor of am Will last of th don Miss will a pn mary here thi i aid nd1 Bliss Nellie Fisher returned to Franklin Tuesday a few days visi ith relatives return to Chi ago Studies n the Illinois College in a i S j Emory Montgomery will enter tli rate University i i Grant wife will go to next Saturday ti enter the tate 4 JohnsoB of St Jaul temperance lecture at the church The commencement for graduates in le schools Held at the Church Friday j The drillers at the oil well were com work Sat rday bn account of er Vein of prater they struck 40 i Satur He j 3old hi Edward i day his family lot Where they will property here bile en fare having so much auspicious lofe i i foil ni the was n Mm One of liuj was jil i the winner of last i American tell arid broke his It g re la b n destroyed to 5reffnt ti I t v iri r 111 m i UH Mi bt stomach ot mt ky v i mi f un t if of med for the Mill be Hmr tl see wele 10 Jiddi II deliver the 4 ai t pim terr at of a now fry going up and an 7Tr T r r a freight train i i Hie and a m A w ure Johji wife ai id their little vero at igo mf li are oday by Major thu de ot ths MIB war the of Bear Admira will Kiel regatti si jl r Richard an old unis frontier wai With jn the illfated Sitting Km by 1 at r and deliberately n head and Hied for thi pi ic labor industries ias re t chief of wai shot and oa a o fHo Will be gone a r ft nee and FJ of were ai A salute w ik kiliwi at illi id red in a tf F eon Mil jr a opened to is lowai ft to walk opt f i r Patrick murder at Vf a o from I If
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