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Covington Friend (Newspaper) - December 19, 1913, Covington, Indiana
The Covington Friend the pro pub 6 pri blvd. A Taibl isms it is4� terms year. To 0oovwcton. Fountain county Indiana. A Day december 19. T913 seventy fourth tia judgment reduced al me cases Edge Berry Rales of motion for new trial in the famous riles Vyse alien Ationo Case judge Blurry of that Warren circuit a it dirt. Cirii Idohl Iovu his Doci Aioli it it a Luimit 1-"riday on the motion for .1 Nev trial in the suit brought by lab Vyse. This Cyrus riles and a Nail y. Of Vivai ten county a Imit Ray l of in Covington. The for a the no a tion for a trial 5f the plaintiff a greed t a a if tiie judgment irm to the Attorri is for their a a Evno a notify tim a at thru cons quoth m i i he Ca in in it. I. I Ca a a a. A Ltd a s. A i 1 a a a to run t a at a a a i u a a it j i to ,. A a a. M Fri Sun a i m to. A girl s i a a a Onri n i a a Ofa a a a a a a quot n a n i of a inf Jim. Her is Jug not in a a a a the .3. N i. M x. N for a1 a it Ita a Moli quot. Kii Aav. The. I. I Vve. Ait a. A a t. -.v., 1 c quot i Ipi it l i -.1 a. I a t i a. A a m. A i Vav a Nii Irmaa "h., l a a a i to .1 -.v.,? in. A i i Aluir let a it a quot. I i Sai i. H As find unconscious near the trough anti it was decided i of take him to the Culver Hospital at i a a Ord it vile. It once. Immedi a at fit icon reaching the Hospital an i it operation was performed. Re j moving the Bones of the Skull and relieving the pressure i it a the brain. The operation was successful and the phys Ciakis Are now very hopeful if no bad and Wilmenta sacred cantata for Christmas rendered by be presbyterian choir i us in Mai court Chester Phillips a thirteen year old Attica lad was before judge Schoonover last saturday in the j juvenile court. The boy has noi parents and his condition was brought to the notice of the offi cers it of juvenile court. To had no no to look after iii. And thei court a decided that he would be. Better off with the Board of state charities and sheriff Martin took him. Hanapi is . I a a a a d i 1 pitifully when in i a hah i n. A a we he i a a a h a quot. N Christmas at the presbyterian Church will begin sunday morning december 21 with special music and an appropriate Sermon by the pastor. In the evening the sacred cantata entitled quot Promise and fulfilment quot will be rendered by the regular morning choir and Young ladies choir with the assistance of . Harris. The cantata is a Beautiful interpretation of the Christmas spirit and All Pausic lovers i a have a great treat. Much Eil Orthas been spent in bringing rendition up to a Point of excellence al Are cordially invited to hear this i cantata. The following is a Brief Index fart it a the Promise i Mal tenant Fui chorus right n this a in i in suit v. A Lavt mod i my that i ctr Pic ants i Gowl a it a i a t it a a own on account Ai a a n a a their Pic i a. A i a v 1.1 i h i a a a a to Ltd the of . A \.im. A l Olti and hot . Nti-.-. Fad ii sri by Ano it a no it of Arr a a it Lullaby Roi. An it la Hli Trato i thu. Of f in Liff "1 vat Harris ,. A. C i. A a h Kin have journeyed a a k t Lete lim is. Arr. Liv Ric pm ii pot a no on v quot quot the to in been All a Iiene greatly final chorus re ,1. A ird to tap the a a Ihie Ehos will a wed the Pant. A a a a Day evening a Christ May can a a a wad Nihi. There an tata quot in Santa s land with the in is a. In quot will a. a t a Man quot the cantatas a free . iii it a. A i a. A in a of Artie married at Hillsboro so uitus term of court Enos i t w la a if the sept Max term i found a i circa t . �?�\,.r oni Hundred Cass were disposed during t lie term and a. Hundred is u Ere carried for to the Nixt term a hic. Praises to to get a on your i term wiil Fth a Novene i quot ith. And will Flint into for twelve. We Momey for Petet Road the c a Mai Sio a wired Tjie contract at their last term for the construction of five new Grivel rii ads in Richland tp., it has a w Wen Learned that All of them a not by built at this time. When the auditor figured out the Bond Jaime on each of these roads he found that be total of them ail would exceed the 4 per sent. Limit ii Poi a by the statute. The Soimis for All of them except the Marahall Petet Road will be issued now but they will have to wait until a sufficient number of those Bonds already issued have been paid off to let it in it was the Cheape it Road of the five therefore it was left us office Guy n eff will open a Law office in velt Kersburg about the first of the year. He formerly practice Law there several ago. But ceased when he took a position with tie Wabash Clay co. He had special .iining in the Indiana Law is Hool and is Well had so fractured Samuiel. The fourteen year old son of Celo Ward Davidan it of Viiar Wallace. Met i with a serious Accident on Timur Day afternoon of last Veel a Heo he was kicked in the of cd 1�y a horse. The boy was tis the horse to the watering it his tether Home lbs. Anna Napier Dies it a -. I map. R died at the . it. of. . Dot a. 11. 1 Kos e a id quot Eer Ahi air for 0\ . Frim which she led. M n a. R was a resident of a a it it it ii flt Ltd Many year. But a a a a Nie time ago she vent to the . Her d.iugntt. At Hills Boru. Vii to re suit a Chei quot of better during her . The funeral was held in Cijigton lat saturday afternoon from the of .race Pey ton. Oil teary. I Anna savers was it Orn m Putnam county .duina, May 17, 1s44 died dec. Ii lil3, aged 69 years to n�3. And in Days. She was married to James Xavier in 1559, and came to Covington to live in 1360. After a Ward going to Attica for some time returning to Covington in 186<, where she has since resided. The death of her husband occurred in Jan. 3, 1m4. Her family consisted of one son who died in infancy and five Daugh ters her youngest daughter wife quot of Edward. Dreyer died in Jackson tenri., in 1s9s. 3he is survived by Fiur daughters. Mrs. Borace Peyton of Covington mrs. Harry Judy a k. Clifton Arizona. 3irj Elza Wil and mrs. John Wilt of Hillsboro ind., and one grand sin. Naf Ier Wilt son of . And mrs. John Wilt. She a As most patient and i her Ful luring her Long and tedious illness always optimistic and Ever hopeful she had been a Mcm ler of the m. E. Church since her girlhood lately uniting with the Churchi in Covington. Miss Nellie a quot is daughter of m. And .-. Deli vat . Son of . And i it. I race Eitner. Both Young a people residing near happily married sunday morning al the Home of the urides Arensb West of Hillsb it to. The ceremony i was performed by Rev. . A is in the presence of the immediate members of the families. Follow ing tiie service an elegant wed Ding dinner was served to Frej assembled guests. Their Many friends Hearty congrats la i tons. Father Tremmel ill i i i Hev. Father Tremmel. Who for a number of years was the beloved pastor of the st. Joseph s Catholic Church in this City but who j has been located at Plymouth for some time., has suffered a nervous breakdown and word has been received that he will have to give up has charge. He will leave in a he not time for Southern California. Where he will spend the Winter and take a much needed rest in rhe Horpe of recuperating his former health. His Many friends wish him a speedy and ultimate recovery file is one of the Best j known priests in the diocese. Seen from 1 he Street. No one is suspected As yet but . Mcmahon is convinced that the work was done by local Talent and some eie who was thoroughly acquainted with the surroundings and perhaps had some knowledge of the Safe combination. Ordinarily ii does not have that much Cash Lottie Safe but on saturday nights his receipts Are Large and he keeps More Cash than usual on hands with which to Cash checks for Labouring men who a trompe him. Caird of thanks. We desire to express our sincere thanks to the kind Fried Idland for their kindness and s7mpatl a in our sad bereavement the Famely. Inspect our Atodd before f9��g a where to Pool a r6bbeii a a burglar entered James Mcmahon s Pool room on the South West Corner of the Square sometime on saturday night sunday morning and robbed his Safe of .$70.00 in Cash. The robbery was not Dis covered until sunday Nior Ning a i bout eight o clock when Jim of a ened up. He found that the Safe i had been Pendl and the he Ahad evidently not clo ted doot when he turned the comma a i tion Fot the bolts were shot but the door was not entirely closed. The Back door was unlocked Entrance evidently having been made through that door by the use of a Skeleton key. Night police tim oods saw nor heard Anythia to to taal about t9ie place during the nit that owing to the secluded theft Toimi of the a al Fato Friar Coura hmm Lhnn at a Ork and not Helenr a pc. a quot quot Jolly Farmers quot meet Anna Henselman him openly daughter of Oliver Boord died in Oregon. Was Well known in Covington Oliver Boord of this City received a Telegram wednesday morning stating that Liis daughter Anna Hense Manof Medford. Oregon had died suddenly on tuesday evening n further particulars have been received. Mrs. Hens Ernan was the wife of John it a Elnan and the daughter of Oliver Boord. She was bom and raised in Covington and with her most of her life Here she was -52 years of age. Several years ago the family removed to on last wednesday evening the a Jolly Farmers club quot of the old Ken tuck neighbourhood met at the Home of my. And mrs. Mahlon Boule East of shia City. A most enjoyable evening was spent music and games were indulged in and an old fashioned quadrille fur Oregon where they have since re wished much amusement for both sided. Mrs. Henselman was be Voung and old. I verely afflicted with asthma and an legs int two course luncheon it was on that account that they was served by the Host and hostess sought another climate where she which As enjoyed by . And mrs would be better. . Boord sup Roland Luke James Barkley wal poses that her death was caused ter Muttter Barkley James by asthma. Welch. It link Mccoy of misses poor the distance is so great that it ence Barkley Bath Hanter Ellen will be impossible for any of the and Oma Marie and Vivian Mccord he Serfi. I nest Stuart Homer Grady and Bongene Barkley. Ail departed at hour Votsos . And us. A bodice 7oyaieitexttdabn. Relatives from Here to attend the funeral. They have telegraphed to Paul boor4 who lives within 400 mme Andi be will if Bably be Able to get Post mers named congressman Martin a. Morrison of the ninth District made four recommendations last saturday for postmasters in this Dipatri to. He has thir t6gn pr6sici�ncin.i offices in i District and he has selected four out of that number. For Covington. Geo. P. Schwin was recommended for the place he has been associated in business Vith the Friend for the past fifteen years. He will succeed f. W. Boyd who will finish his fourth successive four year term on Jan. 20, 1.q14. For Attica Frank w. Mccough try was recommended. . Mccoughtry is one of the most prominent democrats of the county and has been county chairman for the past four years. It has been generally understood for several months that he would be selected. He succeeds Harry c. Martial whose term feb. 22 next. Bar vey h. Flora was named at Frankfort the Home of . Moral soil. He is the present county chairman and succeeds Edward a. Spray. In Lebanon the Choice fell upon Thos. O. Beck who is the present a county chairman of Boone county. He sue needs Samuel s. Heath who goes out on Jan. 20th, next. Dix forget the Victrola mini Seal at the c3ftjpoa<l Musk co. Flt Oire this evening. It Iscra a
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