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Enjoys Confidence of All Good Men.
Congressman John W. Boehne, "The
'man who does things," announces his
candidacy for the Democratic nomina
tion for Governor of Indiana. He has
always been a winner and he enjoys
the confidence of the best men of all
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Hopeful for Boehne.
With the Republican editors on
record for local option anfi the First
district candidate for Governor on the
Democratic ticket standing for lib
erty, not license, there ought to be
He is Praised by Labor Lead
ers of Evansville.
LIKED BY HIJ OWN EMPLOYES
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only a small fight over the liquor re- j
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tailing question. i am noc a prouioi- j
uuiusl nur a ia.uu.uc, uui sianu as urui
ly as the rock of Gibraltar against
any wide open, lawless policy and
domination by the liquor or any other
interests whatsoever," says Hon. John
W. Boehne, wfho is endeavoring to se
cure the nemination for Governor
against the wishes of the Taggart
Fairbanks organization. Local Dem
ocrats are very hopeful over his suc
cess up to the present time.
' Some of the Things That Mr. Boehne'a
Home People Are Saying About Him
They Know Him Best and Heartily
Endorse Him, Which Speaks Veil ,
For the Gubernatorial Candidate
From the First Congressional Dis
simuating meiood andHeg ma
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The Kind You Have
Fair, Prank, Fearless and Free.
An Independent Democratic Newspaper that says
what it pler.sss without asking your permission,
Should Work Both Ways.
(Tippecanoe County Democrat.)
The Plymouth Democrat is awfully
afraid that the anti-Crawford Fairbanks-Tag
gart people are going, to
say something before the convention i
which wTill be used by the Republicans
against the nominees after they are
selected. It has been a favorite pas
time of the crowd that wants to buck
and gag the party to charge their
victims very particularly not to make
any noise lest they attract attention
Evansville, February 15. The work
ing -men of Evansville and south
ern Indjana, who know Congressman
John W. Boehne, Democratic candi
date for the nomination for Governor,;
are for him in spite of the many ef-;
forts of the political enemies of Mr.1
Boehne to leave the impression over
the state that he is opposed to lattor.
Mr. Boehne, who has been a toiler
all his life, ic a friend of union labor,
as many workers will testify. Emilj
Ivevy, formerly president of the Cigar
Makers' union of Indiana, and at pres-'
ent an official in the organization, asj
well as a district organizer for the
American Federation of Labor, says,
he has know.n Cosjressman Boehne
for many yea-rs asrd that he has always
found him to be a faiF-mmdeü and;
of the Republicans. How would it do honorable man. "I know he is a man.
for the other fellows not to buck and of his word," said Mr. Levy, ana u
gag? Wouldn't that be the real easy ne is nominated and elected Governor!
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tion, sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions ,Fe veristv
ness and LOSS OF SU5EP.
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way out of it?
V.. ivi'll nrrvro t- lift DTIO. OC the t)CSt
executives this state has ever had. He; MWM
is on the square and is against no
man. I wish we had a few more men
in public life like Mr. Boehne."
Enthusiastic for Boehne.
William Kamm, until recently presi
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The Btn Ed Doane Job Printorium is
excelled ior Fine Commercial printing.
Good Men Rejoice.
(New Harmony Times.)
Good men throughout the state, of
Indiana will vie with renewed hope
the arraignment of the bosses that dent of the Evansville Central Labor'
began with Mr. jaoenne's utterance union made the trip with the ntty .
and has been maintained by the press Boehne boosters to Indianapolis a few,
of this commonwealth. Strongly en- weeks ae:o. and he is one of the most
trenched as they were, the Democratic enthusiastic workers for Mr. Boehne.
office broker's trust at Indianapolis Mr. Kamm has wide influence among
has had its foundation shaken and the the workers.
man hohinri it are learning that the a wpii-lmnwn In.hnr leader, in sneak
(great mass of the people are not with jng Df Mr. Boehne's candidacy had
them in their unholy purposes of this to sn.v J.'Tfe is amusinff how the
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placing offices according to their wont opponents of Mr. Boehne are trying
and in conflict with the people's will, to make tne voters believe that Mr,
In the past this clique of politicians
have determined what shall be in the
Democratic party and who shall repre
sent it. The people of this great state
now are asking upon what meat these
men have fed that they do know what
is best for them; what seer-like pre
science do. they possess, that they ar
rogate to themselves the right to
choose the men the people shall after
wards elect. Today these people de
mand the right to name the men who
Boehne is jiposed to the working
classes. Yoüwcan.not find a respon
sible' laborleader in Evansville who
is fisrhtine fc. Boöhüe. and I do not
a j -rm k-
want Mr. Bo.eine put in a false light V
with -the working people. j
Boehne's Employes LFke Hirn.
"Mr. BoerfcfcQ has employed hun
dreds of peopie för years, and none oi
his .workers aas a word, to say against
him, but on the oher hand, they say
that Mr. Boehne is a good-hearted man
mat 1V11 . 13 Ut1 Illie tl uun-nuai lcu juttu
go upon their ticket and upon whom hß hag treated his
they are expected to place their m- t..
dorsement at the polls. w,tj,rta nf -Rnolm In -Rvnnsvillfl
The approval of Mr. Boehne's utter- v "rrTvr.; "V 7 ,n
. ' .. , UtilltJVC tilt? CILLC1U.IJU IU k.uj.n '".uui
ance against the bosses is not con- jf tllotr nndlHat will
fined to the People or the press of the - "7
F irst aialllwL. UUL UllUUguuuk , , , .
ened state does come a seconding record to jmw
Country FroduGE Wanted!
G-ive us a Call.
Both Phones. Free Delivery.
West Sixth Street.
JASPER, - IND.
Both the Best for the Whole Fa
voice, both fi'em press and people, ap
plauding the brave utterance of a man
who has the hardihood to hurl aeu-
ance to the party boss and his ad
herents at Indianapolis. So much sc
is this true that if the people's will Is
expressed at the coming state conven
and public lite will withstand all at
tacks from he opposition and that
these attacks will simply prove step
ping stones te his nomination for Gov
ernor of Indiana.
If nine men out of every ten in the
city of Evansville were asked the ques
tion it will be Boehne and. not the tion, "Who is the leading citizen of
hnssps who head tne Democratic
ticket in the next oampaign.
Steer Away From Defeat.
The Courier is anxious for its party
to win and for its party candidates to
win. We believe the fight - for the
aarty's success is worth while, aye,
worth every energy that can be put
forth to secure it. But does any one
UftUova thuf Tinrtv success can De
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eained under what one great and fear
less Democratic newspaper has called
a detestable leadership.' Are tne
nartv defeats so remote that they are
forgotten? A short three and a nan
years ago, Indiana was lost for tne
Evansville?" their reply would be the
same. All would 'speak the name oi
John W. Boehne. There is no man in
Evansville who stands higher with the
people and who has done more for the
upbuilding of the city.
A KENTUCKY PAPER ON BOEHNE,
(Madisonville, Ky., Hustler.)
If the Democrats of th state of In
diana are as wise as we think they
are and as wise as they should be,
they will make Hon. John W. Boehne
their nominate for the next Governor
of their state, mile it has never
been our pleasure to even see the man
to know him, and while he is a citizen
of another state from the one of our
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birth, yet we have for a number of
years ago inoinuu w .v - - b watching with a great deal
national ticket and the minor state a n. this
officials were all defeated. In this
laSl CUUipaiöU ivpiiw- I . . , Tnne.;ua
, . , . r MS UlciVUi Ut Lilt: (i UY at xu v cms mc,
stared at home and the margins of r.nllt,t,nnl hn,P,tv n.
Democratic success was but 12,000 """".- -
"There's no hurry," "I can
wait a little longer for my in
surance77 have left many a family
to face a bitter fight with pov
erty and privation. If there is
one thing that should receive the
first consideration of married
men, it is LIFE INSURANCE.
Now is the time to apply for a
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votes. Are tlies-a tilings lorgoiten;
What is there, then, about Craw
ford Fairbanks and Thomas Taggart
that is so precious or so sacred, that
the Democracy will per-mit them to
lead the party once more to stinging
tegrity and a determination to see
that the laws were enforced, such as
was unknown to any of his predeces
sors. As a member of congress from
his district he has reflected credit
upon himself and the people he has
represented. We believe as Governor
of hisstate that he would meet every
Honor to Boehne. v I ,
v I TYin.n tn Kno.oped thfi nresent worthv oc-
(Gibson County Star.) . f a fc .osition
All honor to Representative J. W. TSf as certain as Tom Tacsrart and
Eoehne for his manly and courageous tne gaI1g is dominated by Iiis in-
stund against Tom Taggart and "boss- fluence should defeat Boehne and
m.' While we know that Mr. Boehne nominate a man who is objectionable
h:.s received credit for some things to the masses of the Democratic party
Iii his congressional career that he did and the Republicans should nominate
not realV deserve the federal build- a clean man, just that certain would
ing in Princeton, for instance we do the nominee of the Democratic party
contend that he has made a wise, De defeated at the election next No-
P Si i gg.igt . .
THE DM IN A FEW WORDS
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' faithful and efliaient representative of
the people of the First district regard
les:s of party, and that he is honest
iihd conscientious in his deplaration
against the continued humiliation df
his party through the servile attitude
it has maintained toward the Taggart
vember. The voters are getting des-1
porately tired of boss rule, or bossism
in any form.
FIGHT AGAINST BOSS RULE.
T oHorc nnrfiniTCk tn romA into tho
rule. The Democratic party is sup- Boehne headquarter from all over the
posea to repieseiiL iue peopie, uui state from Dem0Crats who offer en-
r.mira2ement and suDDOrt to Mr,
under "Boss'' Taggart's rule the peö-
pie have no voice in the interests of QQhnQ in hrs fight agai boss rule
the party, unless that voice coincides and machine poiiUcs in -tie Democrat-
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Ä. ECKERT,- PROPRIETOR
Make the Celebrated PAT OKA LILY FLOUR
Best Gerade in tne State of Indiana,
fhey Also Want lour WHEAT "
Aad nav the Highest Harket Price in Casb
Flour and Shin Stuff lor Sale at all time.
with the views o Mr. Taggart.
1 Mioiidor such a man as John
Boehne has hd enough q. it, u