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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                FRIGHTFUL AOCIJ T LINGERS UNTIL r fortunate Man 3O Yeats Be aged tothe of and the Royal came Gus Vin Mnnes at oclock Tuesday af iff from the terrible burns he while atttiorpting to repair upright boiler at the Na A WOnal The victim accident was in terribleagony1 ntil death relieved him ot his T fthe Commercial gives the follow ing accopiit of the accident by wh Friend was nearly cooked alive you jig wasIan experienced worling temporarilynjt the Slu herd I tip n dry ijntil thejjiHowell E3 is put In Tu day norn ng he was ordered to the of a man named Rogei who jwak ill and assist Henry key In retiring one of ijjie large t right boilers at the plafct of the tionaja foiling line two enteijed the boiler fro n the smi manjjbojeUn the top aid were gist ting jalolng well with their woi when D61key had occasl n to get of thie tbjoifler for the pu rpose ot ting a jaqk for the purpose ol IhoV Ing pnej end of a flue which tbejj werecosting Wnllje Friend wa alone lii the thie steam tumid the boiler pom the by whom dr In wbja are as yet and though JFplend attempted to esc he was pqly able to get his headdti of ttte the iemainder jo his Jbeing literally Ddtkjey j returned just in time jtjj bear his companions agonlztjnl screflimi ahd he called for someci to sltut off the steam afrd for assip anceln Helping Frientj from lib j Friend was taken ojit but Continued on Page Column i The Clak holds very I attractions these Real bcau tyj style and correctness In every way chariirterize llinew In vcry detail of trimming iuul tailoring the garments are right as ran The 5O and 52 inch fancy plaids but the plain broadclotlui ill black and rotors a while thd warm arid serviceable kersles are by no means You may mt be ready to buy now bikt we would be just us glad to have yon rail and inspect our offer ing of the seasons new attractive and desirable Auto Coats j and gray plaid mixtures long and loose i patch strap trimmed velvet i A big showing of real JlO00 for them arepretty gray ibrokeh med him and dark handsomely tailpred and trimmed also i broadcloths and kersies handsomely bfald and velvet i O novelty aand plain cloths lined and j trimmed with panne braid and A big asosrtmentto from at this pop ular Positively the biggest valtaes to be found hereabouts in I Coats at anO i are shown1 here actual value jn itie garments with noth ing added for high sounding CoatJ About missea and large girls last seasons and just the kind ot Coats needed for school They ari bunched on a table and you have choice of any garment Of Fall The indispensable jaunty fall jacket is here n a wide range1 to choose from and if possible prettier tMan Several newj ones just Loose and fitted serges and U These handy and dressy little garments are always apprpj j priate for cool evenings when ills tooiwaifm for the i IT 50 00 It Sat Firie J MARROW OF hlburu and Mitis t6 Bf Vlebratl Tjiu jsdtiy of Penelle w I i i e pie seil tb teaBnjof Jier marriage ill pilqrrihv pf Cfticag ip iELYiTOI Twp fatM vhen a moel fornied at M nlglit Intent on Jvnchlug Thai men went a search fqf the iral shots were fired f roin two offiwiiicti took iegro was spirited GET TF A syndic ein whichPittsbii Indlanap ind Evansvljle caipital ate inter has closed a big financial or a nurtv er of traction Interests n Indiana ind contiguous President MiBs this ity a few janll has many friends iiofrow is a wealthy s niab pf thp Windy t Ip Itjrotlga east wftl be Ajorrow a touring ariln ilf construction at Bps nanl ritnrn to Chwago cah i The wedding took place f A I retjty j weddiqg ceremony vitnesBedj fTuesday evening at 7 tije home of Vest on he Miss Martha 4 i0tiil8r yqjing was has deteln pned to remfive States marshallor the district of I Jnd marshal of the w tern districtsof Louisiana roxritTioNs i v s Conditions alorig the in the L pathjj again almifst have resunjied mairie Otuar Robertson in the presence of a wS frfcrjdsi and the The of the ii purforniLd the Adding iilatli was played by During the smpip ai sister pf the Miss sunjg ivejr fKl stiiddiHJ with Die fwaB prettily decorated vitjli bripJ roses and jhose present were Rronie of Utlon of Washing1 and Vest ind tliis A KHbpef Was served iml The niake atobertsoti being as electrician at that on train 12 for whoreihiy will ItlHJir Guestil jthijee isii jhujibahdi K jre Xqal on wijl lie of i Bran JAjiion iheje iwl arfe Mis Miss H t the Wedding the bride inj uiothjr includedl ind thei of 111 iof the recent storm i Railfti as h TXVALfABLK TLEI lEJJ FOR U nearly killed in prevejttljtig delivery of released as i soofa a cah btj or Three men jreakilired a jl William pt for in ijitt gnd Moses a flpi is pi convicted of i ted ill anjl most of thejitelegraph and j West owiied by Walter U was destroyed fire in i inter quarters at Ojine Tue was committee tocollect food pnd clothing foit destitute persons on the coast near Mobile by Mayor man of j XS jj AniprJcan army thi lialloou factjjn France and luvjwill receive landed tbi f His in fti HRYAN Tlio dtfn campaign AXI WILLIAMS ocratic StLaws of iunters Coil person w the wood tiis fall o Wilson Hurp aski bulletin is it j bulletin It is buj terms all jjhe game la hat any hui and it In it laws and rules the shipmjj and he export covering the sale the pMnful iuired of all f the tiniof are also glance til residtt jiired of Che and wherl plate sund in served a was Hd teriji for iir J100 jr prisoner who h4sJ Iiiul whoj any INMIUS in hip inipri fpund prison tuanamimeni j fished in book linn in only annuls ami a ifew 1 o found where he is rpc HlRT IX THE LIGHT Tl Robert JYanWiu ftir Life i at i4 llusick 3 Those preseht ji Anna Itnw ned Sanfojd huntii is r wher hibitfj is rioi to gog W I H1 t1 lie 1th Mary liCfyiniimham of lENTPnlHlllieOESIIT JVERNOR TUFT 60E President ha ialedf palace at Havana Taft will take up ItUnii Slirn this Tht r aroyoip hiti of not While thtrb i as to whether Ihf i ameuil aci omplisliekl Cienfulgos reuioii in the Elsewhere they hvmarkablyS is arranging speaking 81 nmlltoo for Willlmin Sharp Bryan and Louise appointed wedding will so Jen nlzecj Thorsdny afternoor atj2 pcl at the home of John T Walnut wher a jNeal Ms eldest daughtei mjarried to Sep Washbtirn fchrtse firom away j will attend JEdith Hillis j and Ray of jCo fron weddinj Kokonio iBonhiini if Columbus MJss Snritihof Brazil Mr and Sirs Ifr Law Pf lxgansport aind slrsj Wade of Territor I luinbn f j Miifi falfcliiW JMiisjiEflna Fatrehild of Clinton wjio liied once and attendei hijeh was hiarried to i Marshal bf Clinton at Lout j Andr wj ji boilermaket jjanjd MJS3 Albertie of 100 jefjat iwi be ithtsj Th Front stree is stonjOf Isaac Th cojipleyiil jive to us U NEEB A OUNEE The answer to leiug the angw j j the s artefthe iii ir se i A street car carrying plo was wrecked near Tuesday resulting teen peoplo lAiiig three pos sibly I UKKDHD TJonias Platt York is saidi to have deeded nrarly all uff IliS property pation of for chapter n moniV to ibroad wit in the sidents ar It all unlesjfthey Li i i i J cruei can ifl no opposition is at Camp Cjiliniibi d to wjthiii tlije so thefre i Hie nliels Serious dimage is to have beeni djbne to the corn in Tennessee by the heajy rain4 of Hie past few j RHODK INLAND The duiJKJcrats of Rhode Jsland hold itjieir state convention to at and In thi througho I be prrHM gcan hunt a v In sixt province gosid on sually mu iv merely no fees for both big from Jin jiliia and psident lice 3nois and jjshington a an tld t fliccifjjeh tin ifiinston Col Taft cablt fl t 4H lltlber fleer depart Infill Tuesday BrigJi Fredrick Furjstiji command the and thf lean I tjpops in lary f an riij immediately that Fbnn e also issued is o0 In I in Bris of the leditiou front era Jahjes Bennett Is from a visitwikh her daughter at1 Fort t fnt llcenso and X 1011 license aeilt legi a gport of hu of poor i as a h 9 a njdencfl ibothpt fe toltja TO COMPLETE ROftO INTO tit John Indiana Walsh i under a financial clp israpidly cPmii ipndir his difficultiesi ail roafl now he completed as first bSc constructed to Inifliaj Hejliow proposts to issue OOfjl ijf new per He is reservi at If PlllEOF WAiREC9i will e to the any interest acquainted of doing busii carry out the eitij witfi RjPf le May lii Disabled From Injuries Kay jFiagans elctric Tuesdaj aped Serious Feagiins is i Siiiueth about jjne of and off to repair he In lined th engine a part was injured the nt about 31 oclock and nariowly es not fatal at the ng oijt nf fix he turned the power he mu Wlnn and on ibod clutch t start the f iJurogi wlnel was torn and s force on thes His nose was masbed flat toj his The blinded him arid eauset liiui to lipe bis foot He fell til the Boor near one of the large bolts that hjs arm was slightly by the Had he fallen a 6w inches closer his body would hnve been snatched up by thei belt and death wojjltl have re sulted A foreman near aod when he saw Ifeagans was blinded from blow jie ran his Fea gans was takdn to bis ie no little that be mer miii I or adier arka rport smith some itime is a siiu of W Grove i An acciden the disabling of Refcve towii at FrSnk Van High Rock abi victini of the of BeSijamin nil the e will be on the laid up for He Iliain Feaeaus of east ivilli1 that result in of Hubert Van Winkle ship for life happened Yinklis saw mill near ut noon The who is a son was push ing saw Carriage when bis foot was jaught in the VanWinkle was thrown was broken toes were cut his Idg was s cles df the th Over the his leg ibove thej two nearly the calf of lil itnd the mus gh were jut and VanWinkleiwas taken to his home and Koulandjof Alfords ville jand Robinson of Porters ville i were icalled toj dress his are notthought to be i VanWinkle is about kwentythree yearsi old anq f the which d for g the issue Those alshs y that e maTtageri formatory have rolelof Jamefs jof theilqdiai sauthorSedj th BlRXS I5RSTS FLfXK frofjamy clalmalit tor the Knocked Flynn of last S in the fifteenth j l WOMAN Thfe Tuesday morn ing ijf Prude Curtis with j intent to kill Charles Robinson a coil mineij who livpfl hero years jwas delayed until oclcxk pending the jarriva offa said Ito be aisaloon who put up ai one dollar ash bond to gain the It is tiiie of her trial will not be for several day4 pending the outcbme of ac cording to tjhe jWhlle Robin son Hs said lo have btjen improving he a relapse Tuesday morhing andj his condltjlon is said to be JThe bondsman isEras tus Morris fef fsald to be a brother of tjhe womanj A RAINCOAT all three is YES T you shqjujcr lose no 1 j ectioujia where1 RAINC S tc rant st ai I IIH HERfi 27 Vtinennes jsun of Os was a visitor in this ityi Tuesday morning on his way to Where he will iZarten has not been in thecity for jthe past thirty years and manyjimproyemnts and great When herebefore no street cars were toad land but little of the pres nt Main sfjreet was built rten Was tjorn In Gibson county and when of joined the Before ccjminf to this city he visited ut a city he had not seen In twentyseven nl ins the prospective j of useful and accept In sterlng silver tvc a and useful Ouri Ihi ever shown in the catyj Chilia jfou cant find a J then i pretty Clpjpk is uwbiys an ible e Bscfij akd ornamental article Jewele a in is Red Men baye jmoved to their lodge rootrs frofn ovr the Peoples National to story of Murph bulljiingsj that have re ceiitly bee i They have the rooms over Wjietseils shoe store and he tntllinery hall will bejdedicated next Fri John of Msirtinsvill Thje rooms are yrell The order has iiboutj250 inembejs tiRYAN IX SPEAKS AT jpreparat ions jjire being made at Likton for enteftalnfittg William wh n helfgoes there to speak Oftober Jn allday rally will I be held aid It expected that sev demc caniiidates on the Irtite tickjet will make   

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