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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                Proposed Hotel to Retiree Stories of Wljh Odd Competition in the hotel Washington Is Ifkely to be sharp ened next Walshiagtoin in probability will have ia new hotef by that i The proposed hotel wlll be erect ed by the Terre Haute Brewing sam It will be on southeast Sec ond on the property now oc cupied by the SchucH the Gross bakery and the Greenwood tin The company dwns a plot Gagg and Bru of lerre were1 he tan automobile last week and lover the and conslde r Thersj of Snanclal backing i bfel propos il to build a fin as Filley is treasurer company aid is sonlnla Crawford the Haute Several j holders in the brewing compan interested In the Wabash Ixjai Realty The case charged w against Amos Ha th obstructing a highway bp building a fence was continued until next w4e fore Squire Wallace Friday Raincoats The Raincoat is an alltheh yearround Not 4j month inthe year should be out cjf Be sijirei that it is and thatj it is rain prooftj These are guaranteed T of all wool collarless efl tflnished with cloth and j braid to tan and value i of all woool new plaited effectfe strictly tailor lairge patch pock raid and cut very value JK8 Raincoats Raincoats The above are bit two of the many barga Our assortme comprises all kinds from up to the mjore elaborate niitable for both rainjy days and evening as high i Room The Cloak room holds very strong attractions these Real style and correctness in every way characterize jthi new In every detail of trimming and oring the garments are right as can attractive and desirable Auto Coats and gray plaid mixtures long and lojos patch trimmed and velvet At blg BnowlnS real Coats for them ire pretty gray light 4et ium and dark handsomely tailored and trimmed ale broadcloths and kersjes handsomely braid and velvet x i novelty aand plain cloths lined an trimmed with panne braid and JA big asosrttaent to choose from at this poi ular Positively the bjggest values to be Coats at are shown here actual value in the garments with for high sounding names They are blunched ODa tab of arjyil garment lor found hereabouts and ilarge girls last heavy and Just the seasons kind of flail here n a wide Several serges and rajge norel dressy little garments are always i when its too warm tor the Covert d i About fifty to Coats needed for ind yon have choice The Indlspenslbbi to choose from and ones just Jaunty fall Jacket is III possible prettier than fitted These handy prtate for cool Tight and loose f i Novelty Fall and satin Haed graiy mixtures ind also and f j any figure near nd we shall advise lelfl jto fthelr democratic ac J M I if Washington Demcorat saysthat it wasIn eijror in laying that what it called the for j ears 19056 reached the suim of We should have the bit the are c making this ehallei 1 the technical en or of Thiit Is too for repeat ihe jprppos Jflif if these m j OCTOBER 13j by feet mfl present is siofy brick building in whidh willli be siity odd modern No and specifications for the m have been cpnsequei tl exact plan of the not The hold has been talked c BREWING COMPANY XNSIDERS Some time by the company erection of the building was c ered about a year agoand the FAVORABLY BWULDIXG i OVEHEREJ i pany has Had the proposltlo mind ever Two officers v sides1 of i the case that the eipet Uon If McCartyj ses of Doviess ec ahty for the year 19045 were that the In this cojinty wlH end so far as this pape the republican tandidates for coi nmlssioner to withdraw and leav m after looking jinto the Situation will say to the people of Day y Ihjat jthe expenses of county reached or a of the countys we shall make our words giod to retire from the campalgi f Better that these proposals If these three ot any three democrats of equal In the will say to people that the expenses all jn reached or a figure near that tildy OF THREE The Herald ask tHe peopl of Daviess county to elect tt kj candidates ror Wej have mentioned Ogdon and but we jhave tried to make It plain th desfre to limit the choice of a commlttiee to these thred We shall not obje lotratwho Th0re are Nathan for the president of the Wa lel ionaJ and Wllliaii the chief officer of the Citizens Loan and Trust compat these men are practical afljeef and they both understand the county We ffe perfectly willing to leave to these Njithan Read ahd Wllllt4n If they will say to the Da lesscounty that the ackual expenses ofDsvless county reached the sum of yqi rsj or In any tw support the democratic candidates for county commissioner aid advise their 1IK and Mr Burke will after have liS coq clear sum anyways near that figure any They are Each of them has served In OR IN AjNY PERIOD OF proposition is m IHIEF GETS VALUABLE AT CAXNELBURO TlftORSDAY ajidlng demo we do to any ilhgton Both jcoun jques ppjle of jnj the FHREE then The I will de in absolute good faith pail AM Low s Cam mad geta hiirselhief got in his woi lelpurg Thursday good likewise a son of In a w do ah for Elizabeth Dant of Carrico Is a threeyearold bay lt about thd size of a right shoulder w He paid laa hoh e feij Ti adec ua one ana of I wl 7 shbt j wl a tlni rel FflOM FED thb urrlco and lieldis Dant Seen at Shonls k at He good Carrico and Beldls Da a this nlss wlth half Jlght mare in his city a few injths Dant lost a sUyearold color fl teen pounds vorth He refused an of fl40 for the horse a few days e of the thief s in ilSo far as is known only Ij In Cannelbnrg hlm to give nny description iTJhat person Is a najraedi who works at I Cap coal mine at night Ing a i uinp McBride sa Is did iocli te rpil mai in the pasture were Thursday h Carrico or Dant the asking e iyas doing there at He received he man walking F 3 horses and leading the othc from the He attention to his was one of the days he wore an overcoat j It Is reported that a mai a horse and leading another I through Shoals lleved the thief and this the same No othejr has been Dant tel to John Morgan of this day morning and had him officers here to ikeep a watch The officers of other have been potlfed eral reward wll thiefs Are away little tbitfklng It ilcBride nd was city notify be paid for MISS JOSEPHINE Miss JosaphinS Axtell of en at Main street will give a euchre paty this IniVitatloni been Issued bewlemenl against If he i i Munford came here froih Jeorgla about six With the ex eeptlon of the small Dunkin says he finds fhe restiof business In excellent cond MlSIC i The appellate courij de jcidod that It is music and oot music boxes which is forbidden ip saloons i by A judgment ieonvlttlijig Ed ward Collins of keeping ji Regina box in his suloonj at Elk tart was i tlOJl DS PORT IT STILL JSHOWS BIRTHS iOR XKG rsm CARBOLIC Thomas Welsh killed himsjelf at Friday by sifaljowins He had mada tirvo at tempts to end his life by at previous ACCKITS I In County in Quurte Stmt ember There were no n bo n in Daviess county a letter addressed li Chair man Conners William Friday formally accepted ocratlc nomination fur not New riding passed is be in are trace phoned Frl the for the towns A lib the CALVERT WAS YEARS i JuUa Oalvert CrOoke her home oh west Main stree idled at of man the be s he from bout He and him that no Jrfde f the Wednesday afternoon at thej seventyfour Aunt Julia as she known by her wasborn iiji Law rence She was married to Monroe Crooke and moved jid Odon several years She was mem ber of the Her four Dhe Charles and WUllam Cipoke of Gaijjfen and Albert Crooke of twk step Ol Crooke of Odon am James Crooke iof and several grand children are were arch at the The funeral conducted at the ch Odon Thursday afternoon were iittended by a large Burial nut Hill siine man riding one in It for Yo IE TONIQHT into our s ore tonight nieans that you see fhe handsomest line of suits and dothi s in the cityit means a sav i SUIT FAL SHOWING OF ALL THE ITMA MUXPORD LEAVES PEW ACCOUXTS IN A BOARD BlLf OWTXG ITMXG Dunkin of Kv Checking tp the the Compan man Harding Miller musi east Main has from tbec ity and no know where he has go beard of him he was a He left behind him a B the also a Includin Munford left the c saying be was got pany Munford as cinnatl QIJ her way toj state she came from heri Tuesday he wl clnnati that he would next but he fatlB No trace of him has be Dunkin of Eva ejlng salesman for the was here three or fou for the caime the week and took charj He Immediately Ing up the books to s ford stands with the t first the situation look Dunkin gradually clearing up thinks the shortage W It will be a few day Dunkin can know Just ford does he does not know whet pany will bring proceed Hearst dilll vrijior of NO XEGRO UJ d in Daviess Ending ro children In the three tlidei Septetnbsr accord quarterly eport of secretary of the boardjof health neither were thiru any marriages among negroes within the at least none was reported to the It may bej there births of ne sro children land the phy sicians fall tf report said m Hrs t1 or WKRE KELT COXTIMAI FOR AT j i The most sfvoro k in months was felt at oclock Fridajy It ia said thie shocks the stHretarv i no 11 here is nos some physici All w should be re of the count In may out a fi 1 Rio perform amone negrcjcs should rted to board were felt continuously for At the same tin HeTre ks of of the Store on loppears to The last with golher ac a board Moinday io accom as Cln the fdr a from Cln back the tjj trav ifany who jears ago hte first of jf the of check Mun At black for but it Is I he now be before Mun juhkln says the com for shocks were experienced and No dai been marriages to thn secre The birth jreport fo ended it there were 1J7 I births teii In three iln slight ge has Thlsl is 1 i ti P n ia the number births I Elijah atyphjokt fever patient of Hefron the young son if Evans of Ogdon who is Charles a baMi th Star Is able to hp aftr an attack of typhoid for the last tributed ls f A in a 1 PR a MI Ill I state board be there are Is the the part of is in mi king hether wUte or the secretary f health that II ng these the quarter shows that in Daviess all Ing off from i the quarter The births hrre tuonths were dis llows fortyfive two sev SeventyeipJit were fal ofj i heir pn n they i In iani son of Charles roJirtjiey nf west Van Trees street whj was ill of typhoid able Miss Lucia Matthews Main street is able to lc room after an attack of The condition of son of William Prator of avj her tjphoid j west Donnldsdjn i lette jict of f rcqueui d wh port Swiss familj fiithev died fathers deat Tl deniandocl pi children and tended failed I those childre I property left it has r That I to when two ni made things netysix iiirtjs the heath has written on the sub fn it Van Trees who Is seHoiisly ill of is Frank Lewis of who was Miss Mary em plpye of the Central tfle phone company is sefioasly ill of and will be taiken to home of her parents ak TSunnel Her Miss Saraj FJeld of this has gone to to accompany Lewis to There was number of DnriesR conn ed Septembe secretarvs diseases and OtT SEVKXTKKX George the nbgnb who shJDt and killed Patrolman Pettlcord of Indianapolis was found guilty of murder inlttie first dejgree Friday with death by hanging as the piniihment The jniry was out seventjeea min ients a greai Klwt to re one j instance a to his the iifi his brother in Mie lime after the left property to the government 10f of thd birth of the the physician who at to make H Now i can not secure thp to them by their uncle everted to the govern was a hard blow for a ive one of his families nutes timewould have Health remarkably large fpver cases in for tho quarter end as shown by the return of contagious infectious In July there were three typhoid in August t In Sep tember maJipft a total for the three months of There were our cases of scarlet fe ver and one case of Of there were forty eighteen In twelve In Au and nineteen VAI Youll want a place where you goods for this almost an endless Cut Glass Is the lai fine French and the largest dty sto Our stock very GUI redding gift for the prospective Ko id such it variety of useful and jaS at oaf In sterlng silver we have of pretty useful Our lijie Iof anifl prettiest ever shown in the ijn itfid China yon cant find a ftner lijneiiin M A pretty tllock Is awlays an acceptable these naefnl and ornamental artlclcw Frank Burkhardt o caped being mine near His fat of the Accident Burkhardt mine when was the shaft a young bruised and His from him F be out and to resume precipit ued mai son of John this es killed at work in a a few weeks her just received word a few days as on a cage at the he cable parted he to the bottom of out ninety The was considerably was laid up for several father received word and he Is able to believes he jtitl be able ork about November SOMf ispect i i Eva one cessful farme at this offici measure In teen and The cori ty and was farm Evans thinls corn crop ol above the in ROW one of our most suc has on exhibition twd ears of corn that length fifteen and flf haif inches reapectful is of the yellow varie grqwn on Evans ast of Washington the condition of the section Is much Vincennes Sun John Lackey went to Br dgeport Friday to view the oil flel Lackey owns same land in the oil districl and he will thisvt some of the oil com panies wording fin ehat   

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