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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1910, Connersville, Indiana My w. Fli i Fht times news company incorporate a Kinnari if quot the select i it let of lii Diana . Per year la Avau to. I i quot wednesday january 26, a a personal As those who owe on real estate. Political announcements. Joint representative. We Are authorized to announce the name of John c. Harvey of Wayne county As a candidate for the Republican nomination for joint representative from Wayne and Fayette counties subject to the decision of the Republican voters of the two counties for county recorder. We Are authorized to announce the name of w. J. Cain As a candidate for recorder of Fayette county subject to the decision of the republicans of the county at their primary election. We Are authorized to announce the name of Charles r. Perin As a candidate for the Republican nomination for county recorder subject to the decision of the Republican voters of the county at the primary election. Back to the land. Many things Are being said regarding the Best Way to keep boys and girls on the farm. Yet Day by Day they continue to leave the farm and seek for happiness and Fortune in the cities and towns. Some succeed admirably others in a moderate Way while Many either Huttt re fail or make Little or no Progress. With the latter the Only real gain is that they realize that the country is the better place for them and they would gladly go Back if there were any Chance for them to get a foot hold and make a living. But relying on their own efforts alone they can not go Back. In time there will be re colonization of the Large almost deserted Large farm districts where iii Chinery has largely supplanted human labor. Quot the Little red school House quot will again be occupied. The conservation idea is gaining strength helped largely by the so called higher Cost of ving. _ More front Page space is now Given in tie big newspapers to the food problem than wins even Given or. Cook when he came out of the Frozen North and told of Liis quot discovery quot to an Aji lauding world. The food subject is quot dished up quot if that figure of speech be Jermis Sable i in every form . Oilie Newman s Home with contents barely escaped the Home of mrs. Ollie Newman a widow of Glenwood was totally destroyed by fire about Midnight last night along with its valuable contents. Mrs. Newman and three children barely escaped with their lives. The neighbors rallied promptly but nothing of value could be saved. The House and contents Are estimated As Worth from $2,500 to $2,-800. Mrs. Newman carried $1,700 insurance. She had a Library which alone was valued at $500. The fire is thought to have resulted from a defective flue. New House threatened. The new Home of mrs. Milt Ochiltree stands next door to the Newman Home site. When the neighbors saw that nothing could be done to save the property of mrs. Newman they concentrated their efforts on the Ochiltree residence and by hard work prevented it from catching fire. The House had just been finished and is about to be occupied by the owner. The Midnight fire was a startling event for Glenwood people. The men and Many boys responded nobly in their efforts to save property and there were few women and children in the town but witnessed the stirring scene. Mrs. Newman has the warmest sympathy of her neighbors in the loss not Only of her Home but of Many cherished articles a Iose value to her cannot be measured in Dolli to and cent. Quot a Wayne county Board Are giving the matter serious thought a difficult Job for treasurers the Pennsylvania Iman commended. Publishing a list of the names of All persons owing delinquent Persou al taxes As an Aid in the collection thereof is a matter now being seriously considered by the county commissioners says the Richmond item. While no provision for the publication of such a list is made still an appropriation covering the Cost could be made on the grounds that it is regarded As a necessity. The matter of collecting delinquent personal tax is a problem that has confronted county treasurers for years and no solution has Ever been offered that has proven satisfactory. Piles upon piles of notices have been sent out to delinquents and in most counties More than half of these Are returned to the treasurer unclaimed. Parties owing personal taxes Are divided into three classes deceased transients and those who Are generally without sufficient funds to meet the obligation. It is a conceded impossibility to make collections fro a the first two classes and almost us much of a Job from the third. While the Law provides that a Man s effects in excess of $100 Worth of household goods May be seized for the obligation still sentiment and Charity Are such Large factors that not one treasurer in a Hundred will Avail lii self of the provision and Talie the property in lieu of the Money. In Many instances it would Meiji deprivation to Large families. The nearest Correct i solution of tic problem Ever employed is that in Vogue now in the state of Pennsylvania whose Laws prohibit a Man from voting unless he can produce a receipt for personal taxes. Indiana trea Sierers Are heartily in favor of a similar Law and there is already a movement on foot to have a Bill of this kind formulated and present it he to the next legislature that it May become a Law. Hmm Nubin City and saturday in country meeting 2 p. Committee Clairman will be chosen at conclusion of mass convention coming a Eek will be Busy one for aspirants. Real politics will begin next week and already the pot shows signs of sizzling. On next Friday evening the republicans of Connersville township will meet at the court House and Waterloo township and precincts one and two of Harrison township will meet at Sam Dehaven s Barber shop to choose delegates and alternates to the county macs convention and select precinct committeemen. On saturday at 1 p. M., the other townships will meet at the court House for the same purpose and at two o clock a mass convention will be held at Odd Fellows Hall to select delegates to various conventions and to fix the time for the county primary. Immediately after the mass convention the various precinct committeemen will meet and select a county chairman. Voters generally Shoum Post themselves and exercise Ihler rights As citizens at these gatherings As their votes there count More than anywhere As passe Evale died this morning at five o aged sixty five. Was Man of wonderful vitality and was noted i or being the Victon of Many severe accidents iii feral it monday. Joseph a Ivalee for Many years a resident of this county died at his Home on Vermont Avenue at half past five o clock ii this morning after an illness of several weeks. His health Luid been failing for a year or More and his death which terminated a re and Long sickness was not unix ted. Or. Revalee was born in Hamilton ohir., april 2, . When Only a child he was brought by his parents to this county and Here he has lived. It r since. He is Well known about chr county As he worked on various farms throughout his Active manhood. His physical Power was Little is than wonderful. Always engage. In rough hard work he met in the course of his lifetime with More to inti one Accident which would prob Anil it live ended the life of an ordinal y Man. Mint in years ago he was Sanii k by a swiftly moving Lake Kri train just North of the City. The Pilot chipped out a Section of his Ford and allow him a Small portion of the enclosed lira in substance to is Caithe Idi Sirian who attended or. Vevalee told him that he had about one Chance in one thousand of Lio Tinl Well. In his characteristic manner or. Revalee replied that he would tak i hat. He recovered and onion used to lie an Active Man. A few years later he fell from the loft of a Bain North West of this City striking a i Low which sat upon the lower floor. The handles of the plow were demolished but or. Revalee is Majied with no worse injury than two fractured ribs. At another time he Fel from the loft of a barn and struck a heavy Timber several feet below and once he was accidentally shot the Bullet lodging in Bis lung. He was a hard working Man always and in his life time has accomplished More actual service in the Way of labor than most men. He will be remembered Long and sadly for rugged As his nature was it was not without certain finer qualities which challenged the admiration of All. He leaves a widow and two children a son and daughter. The funeral will be held from the House monday afternoon at two o clock and interment will be made in the City cemetery. An immunity Bath Chas. R. Heike Secretary of the sugar Trust he has taken it. New York Jan. 25.�?a special plea of immunity was made by John b. Stanch Neld in the United states circuit court on behalf of Charles h. Heike the indicted Secretary of the american Suar refining company. Heike was indicted by the Federal grand jury jointly with five of tigers on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the government by under i thing Suar importations and the false entry of weights. Heike s plea is based on the ground that on several occasions he testified before the Federal grand jury in the sugar investigation and submitted documentary evidence. Or. Stanchfield said that under these circumstances to prosecute Heike would be an invasion of his constitutional rights. Counsel for the other indicted men entered tentative pleas of not guilty and were Given until Friday to enter special pleas of immunity if they de sired to do so. Judge Hough will hear argument on the question of immunity then. March 17 was set by judge Hough for the trial of Fritz Augustus Heinze on two outstanding indictments found nearly two years ago. These indictments have been consolidated and together they contain thirty one counts fifteen for of the Otto Heinze amp co. Checks a fifteen for mis application of the funds of the mercantile National Bank and one count charging the misapplication of $.500,000 of the Hank s funds for Henze s own Benefit. Card of thanks. I desire to thank the Independent order of foresters and also the officers of court Orr no. J682, for the prompt payment of the policy held by my husband John e. Cook. P mrs. Til lib t. Cook. A bold step to overcome the Well grounded and reasonable objections of the More intelligent to the use of secret medicinal compounds or. R. V. Pierce of Buffalo n. Y., some time ago decided to make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the rankers of put up medicines for Domestic use and so has published Broad cast and openly to the whole world a full and Complete list of All the ingredients entering into the composition of his widely celebrated medicines. Thus or Pierce has taken his numerous patrons and patients into his tue Confidence. Thus too he has removed his med quot icings from Amon secret nostrums of doubtful merits and placed them in a class ail by themselves by making them remedies of known composition. By this bold step or. Pierce has shown that his formulas Are of such excellence that he is not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny. Not Only does the wrapper of every bottle of or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery the famous Medicine for weak stomach torpid liver or bilious Ness and All catarrhal diseases wherever located have printed upon it in Plain English a full and Complete list of All the ingredients composing it but a Small Book has been compiled from numerous Standard medical works of All the different schools of practice containing very numerous extracts from the writings of leading practitioners of Medicine endorsing in the strongest possible terms each and every ingredient contained in i r. Pierce s medicines. One of these Little books will be mailed free to any one sending address on postal card or by letter to or. R. V. Pierce Buffalo n. Y., and requesting the same. From this Little to k it will be Learned that or. Pierce s medicines contain no alcohol narcotics Mineral agents or other poisonous or injurious agents and that they Are made from native medicinal roots of great value also that some of the most valuable ingredients contained in or. Pierce s favorite prescription for weak nervous overworked quot run Down quot nervous and debilitated women were employed Long years ago by the indians for similar ailments affecting their squaws. In fact one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering into the composition of or. Pierce s favorite prescription was known to the indians As quot our knowledge of the uses of not a few of our most valuable native medicinal plants was gained from the indians. As made up by improved and exact processes the quot favorite prescription quot is a most efficient remedy for regulating All the womanly functions correcting displacements As pro Lapsus ant Eversion and Retro version overcoming painful periods toning up the nerves and bringing about a perfect state of health. Sold by All dealers in s firs a first prison duty was to Vlake up to rules said he slept very quot Well i edition for his i Arlt lon started in Clay county will lie widely circulated. A it Eaven Worth kas., Jan. 20.�?i slept very Well thank you quot replied John r. Walsh the former Chicano banker in response to the greeting of a guard this morning at the Federal prison Here. The aged banker had Arisen after his first night As quot convict 6861," had made up the Little cot in his cell and stood As did the other nine Hundred prisoners awaiting the order to March to breakfast. Today it was planned and probably for several Days to come or. Walsh was to be permitted to rest before entering upon the regular routine of prison life. If the prisoner was on the verge of collapse he covered up the symptoms. His chief concern seemed to be that he should violate none of the rules of the institution. He was even eager to carry out to the letter every order that might be Given him and this he did with a cheerfulness that made his keepers who had seen Many a Stout heart give Way when finally merged into the existence of hundreds of fellow prisoners Marvel. After he had retired last night his relatives having Bidden him goodbye and started Back to Chicago no sound came from or. Walsh s cell to indicate that relentlessness was taking hold of him. When the Gong sounded at 5 30 this morning for the prisoners to arise he was on his feet promptly busily engaged in dressing. This finished he turned to his first prison duty that of making up his cot and preparing for breakfast. A petition for Walsh s Pardon which was started in Clay county is being signed by practically everybody approached. It will be widely circulated. To All whom it May concern. Notice is hereby that the undersigned who have heretofore been carrying on a partnership Husi nebs at Connersville Fayette county Indiana under the firm name of the quot Dufrat electrical company quot have this Day by Mutual consent dissolved said partnership. Executed in Triplicate. Dated december 28, 1909. Roy l. Williams. His w. H. X do Fra. Mark. L. C. Bauer. Attest d. W. Mckee. 29dec-d36twlily7t female footpads we women accused of holding up a wealthy new yorker. New York Jan. 25.�?warner m. Van Norden who is president of the Van Norden Trust company and a Deacon in the fifth Avenue presbyterian Church is the Man who was robbed of $28,000 in Bills in East Twenty third Street on wednesday night of last a week. Two women have been arrested As those suspected of having been guilty of the robbery and or. Van nor it ien went to Headquarters to identify them and later signed his name to complaints against them in the Jefferson Market court. Though one of the women had made a partial admission of the crime charged against her neither of Fhenia has in Oduces the i $1,000 and Twenty $10it Buji a which Van Norden said had a Isi i i d Freni a Wallet in the inner a Joo Kot his after an in round r he Iliad a Villi the Ruinen a few doors East of quot the Corner of fifth Avenue and fast thirty third Street about Niiro night on vedness May. My. Van Borden taid that he had been a victim of a a ure Case of hour up and the fact that two women instead of one or More men did the trick did not in the least alter the character of tie crime. The Senate wants to know. Washington. Jan. 25.�?the Senate has adopted a formal Resolution calling on attorney general Wickersham for information As to Why the department of Justice had not proceeded in accordance with instructions of the Senate in a Resolution passed in 1908 to forfeit the land Grants in Oregon to the Harriman roads for their failure to observe the conditions of the has but two legs. Shelbyville ind., Jan. 25.�?a. Hodge of Homer has a curiosity in the shape of a two legged pig which is now four months old. The pig has Learned to walk on the two legs by balancing itself and can do its share of wreck on Vandalia. Peoria 111., Jan. 25.�?an inbound extra freight train was wrecked near Mackinaw on the Vandalia Road. Engineer o Brien was killed and three others of the train Crew were badly injured. Made the application. Quot How Are things quot the Barber asked pleasantly of the shrinking Man in the chair. Quot Dull very Dull quot and the Knight of the razor looked for a moment As if he thought the remark was we bewildered cow the Only animal the Myers farm of a sign of a Fox was seen within wide scope of Field and Wood land a covered to quot drive quot again saturday. Saturday s daily. A Large number of citizens of Harrison township and Vicinity took Par in an exciting Fox Chase Early Toda some two Hundred men some eau quot Ped with fire arms of tigers with t horns Drums and other instruments of auditory torture set Forth through the Snow Early this morning and formed in lines extending from har Risburg northward and Westward and from Bentonville eastward and southward thus forming a rough Square. The units composing this figure then began a systematic Campaign of Brush hammering am pained with terrific noises in vetoing to drive the foxes from their cover. It was the plan to Center on Jiga ter Myers s farm South of Benton lle. At last after every Woodland Field and Briar grown Fence Cor Verhn the township had been thrashed through amid whooping and hallo oing tin party canal to a Center on the Myers s farm according to arrangement. When the Circle consisting of nearly a Quarter of a thousand Bouls Paliy formed at the Myers s place my an examination of the quot catch quot i Nade it was found that the on they had surrounded a eyed old Milch cow belong Myers and which seemed a a at the drive will take poll saturday. Next Anthracite Coal we have on track now one car of the Best anti cite Coal you Ever saw. Order what you need Connersville lumber Compaq o. E. To h c a Vlf s o n of Unks a al Difebo Otobio Heine main Block 627 Central Venus

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