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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Washington, Indiana                                THE AD UP the dividends to look big tor this month iGunkle expects Home Telephone Exchange Had More Than railrpad The officers of the the salaries of Object because Cne o twice as much pay a AFTER THE to go back in tb refused to he operators who erator gets abou the MINSTERS MANAGER RESIGNED And Four Operators Hatl Two Strikes But Two Have Ke simsctl The Home Tele hen employes bad several small Jury Will Look After 5iarriago The nest jiiry will bj given the reccrus o n and will why no ma3c by the rt years show th vn cases nu reti Paviess county ut be ordered to in returns have been rs the cords batjkfor abuul t in one rns have i uf ever een trouble to sttle Wicnftfday evening in i Iflthe tfrand juVrjicaiots for fendtho pxohange was the loot making thb will bo scene of lotsmore tolking than jfined sums of pj to in Thestrike early in the afternoon inliaseiaccordins to It is now four operators and was because a jjnirjf instances impossible the clerk demand for higher wages had not been gtye a copy of marriage record to per met favorably by the It was Sous needing it because there is no lepal called off after a conference with thejiecord of the as was mtntioned J Wednesdays Lits in the af ternopn the operators ajain how ever for the same reason but after a con ference two of them resumed work and1 the officials claim that the other two are on the pay rolls and can return to workj when they want to do During the discussion of he strike differences Manager uuckle became disi Surveyor went to fiver tnuay to fcurviy for a new road ROAP Tt BRIDGE Surveyor Fiiitli is Hunting the Direct satisfied with the treatment triven operators by officers and offered his res ignition as manager which was accept 1ofler of tho Xoriheru Con the new bridg wil cross th rver in He will Curvey on the most direct route pradti and by tintime the bridge is com loritv cf the stock took and next fall a road will be oren run hie plant until a new fsr he of Knox MriGunUie that h construction company doesnt trout the Washington system fairly but t hips mntcTil to VincerJLes and charges it to is somewhat cf a loss for the local slock There is consider ibie talk of gravel the ntvv roiul from re it will meet the OokGrovaniati to the brkVe under by last Jeisaturc lie alsdTv1c permits the of an t x jassed that tite companv will not nf lf enough er material to put in phones at petition If a few thirtv has orders riuM lie as a result theV become dissatisfied UIu3tri the thor l R0 ir b Lcomply tm cancel proposeu road election iS it appears that the company swantsi the say Youll NewSpiingSuits Youll like them for more reasons tiiiin we cui name but principally bee a u s e theyaie good in look and Of if yon dontioare what kind you you can buy a ordinary ivady iiv MIwhere aiid pity iis much for it as weask fur our iinelj7 tailored If you wish to wear at a moderate priceyou make sure of sat by getting1 one of our gruarun tfHd designed h artists and made by skilled sewed with the igoods are srjonged and before patterns aiie stylish and joUCau depend on the wearing quality of the Si Our suits have a stjle and shapeliness that few custom tailors They hold their shape because theyre Aflotlier thing If you buy of you riin hi J TH Original Orffe Price PHONE j 222 MAIN ST ROBINSON DEAD Section Man Died Wed nesday of A PROMINENT ODD FELLOW luueral Services Will bo Held FrUfuy Aliernoon Kt the Lute Charles well known section nuu iliou afternoon at his home in the West after n long siege lie bad been very low for seven days and iis death was Thn deceased was thirtyfour years cf aga and had spent all of his life as a resident of For several years he worked with the fc rail i road and previous to that worked as nbortr and He was a prom inent member of the local fctl the order will attend the fu His wife survives The funeral services will be the residence in Washington Fri i day afternoon at three Burial will be at Oak Grove pastor of the Second church will have charge of tho I The infant child of and of west died Wednesday The childs fithir is a shop employe and recentiy rjuved aere from Th n bi Plied to Shoals Friday and burial will be near there at 11 CONFERENCE The first jail game of the Reason will probably be with the Loogodtee team Miiy I The residence of Harry Smith on east Main street has been completed and furnished afcd and fmith wijl aoon occupy Articles incorporation of the First Church of of tho city of were filed withthe Couni ty KccorderJKrack Emisofa WedneJ j i The objeijt of tho association is worship of pod the ami puriiicatiotj morally anl spiritually of tbe their fellow meji fel Ijw The church are the as UJOSH adopt d by First of cf known as the Mother Church as procjuced by Tiie Houph i llosard dcgiand ouy show arrivfid last night from Loogootee in three cars attached to a freight Tho show pitched its tent at the jld Fair groncijs and gave a small parade nt The Epworth League of the church entertained at the home of and Tuesday New officers were elected ns follows FulUerson First Second Nellie Fourth Alma Osborne were tUICLLes to the district to beiield at JUnc 1 Will Held Ctf to The next seion of the clistrKt ertnce for the Yiiicennes district of churches will lie hed at the churrh n this city June 7th and and HI preparations aie now beint made residing Elder Clippenger and Special papers and sermons will be prcj ented by members of the conferencf ind reports of work j A number of prominent have iromised to inn lie imons them bein of Chij of of Kokomo of Jniversity and of It is believed that the onference will b an unusually pood Dots and ars of jars of ars of potted beef and ars of early ioosbcrry ars of jars of ars of orange Vould the only jars WIT these Xaat occur in Congressman tlie icidress to of the he cnininvnciiurit to May cnwa will school nt Misi Mae daughter of of has leen selected tj represent her hiih chool iti the oratorical contest it the meet nt Bed May won ver six other a Theater was a surpriseJfo the minister and his wife raid was were at Ilittrsburi this minister while The colored Odd ioLLe will spijcia mcrtini next Sunday oclock with tho Vincen at the Peoples Warifen Niclrjls and Rev Ilubbsrd Brewer wjjl make BUSINESS Sprite Things the Commissioners lHave Done Thi Week INSPECTiNQ MORE BRIDGES yVjJt a Tlieni iliis Termr1VJU Adjourn CjiUnty co Me Carter tin i have coin tl moil f j cJii of May term of court tniay t 1QrIuren townships tj accept some jdgts recently They ire jiictid to returnJiere this the court Friday Mpst of the this irm was tiven to bridges through out the county an3 looking after the ijravcl road Work in this and other town i i TO PAY SThe commissionerii will pay of the IWoshington township gravel road bonds this The interest six moritfis on the roai bonds ainuiiMs to The on ttu1 Madison toSvfcship ruacl bondj ill tcwnship Hart and Samuel Aikman appointed fiewers to meel aC the cfllce of OXeall 25 to qualifyj In the matter rf the petition of Charles Keith et al for public highway in Bogard township Joseph Fidel Zimmtrman and Enamel Humerick housn wero appointed viewers to meet at the office of MiUis iUibnday May ir to In ttiv matter of thj petition of Churirs Keith for iibiic highway of In the Thomas Horrall e al fijr chui uf highway in Vfale low Haii and Aikman were appointed The petition of Albert Malone ei ui ior pubhc highway in MdJlJsan was dismissed for inriilliiiiency of In the matter if uie of Tnllty et al public way in Stele townsiiip lhe viewers r that UIP ruau I i of fIE Sft and Frnnk of is in the Linemni Joe Hoopingarner was at this morninj i repairing some Jason fireman on the is layint off on account of a lame He is visiting his parents at Surprise f The railway is the heav st in Lawrence the rs this which was umouiitini to morn than George is i i railruad 1 mornius i The formerly of this kirir the express runs on the i inc Tne puiiir 1 on tho v near Cochran tlie about engine it liijfald fays Mirvij of the If w and put it a he policy i eLSIiid riht LJ Oaviess ctfuntv fur v i f In nintt T of of Kluier j for highway in Venle Aultmin Small for the I i Taylor liartou attarucy List of remaining ip the Wash ington for tho week ending May LADIES The county council of Tike county met at Petersburg this and refusjd o appropriate money to pay what js laimed by exSherilt lisss under tho irovisions of the new law relative to heriffs The councils attor icy advised against I he appropriation on 5 j he theory cf the uuconstitutioDality of I j he Suit will be instigated L JfD3 Bartha Heodricks Linni3 Morrison Amandi The Riley club will bo entertained i GENTLEMEN iday evening by George Sanford D D S Eruner Carl he home of and Pal Cahcl cLp Curtctfield T mer on east Walnut j Hamptun Dave Hicks Chas M cab Thn teamsters union of livery wagcns which was organized a few dnjs ago will probably adopt a wafe scale demanding bifj ip creases at next Tiiesdnv nights Williams j In calling tor the above please say One cent will be charged tised FRANK I ncfverti 1 1 I i Ior JJoyle one of the i A milch with yountj chaplains at the celebration of the partiespishing to sec do so twentyfifth anniversary of Bishop Cbja jjy callirjp at the residence of tardsi elevation at Indianapolis Eait ijast Third and Campbell nn i Gd3 Toe church celebrated the If wefiad evurything our own way second anniversary of Hubbard is a all likely that we Brewers pastorate Wfduesday tirJy si i core skirt vr 1 r n iit an belts to Tasty wui At with stitciud bands of plain Also in plain whits Oxori ciotii rri uliitj novelty xjs to At this popuar price show rjinuy novel in rfiake and Some special protty garments in and At wnh well woiiaiaiui belt to match white   

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