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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1907, Washington, Indiana stockholders meetlnfei held at each the banl s ttyii meetings wens hejd for ihjb purpose of electing othefc by a of the stock s Peoples j tyo changes were made In the rectory of the Peoplesj bank 11 of directors aW to transact businessincident to a meetin the kind The meetings were Of this amount ferred to capital stool maiining remai plus thereby 3n fund bank hold nu plus fund than is redi national banking laws M Continued pn Page Pp Trelnbentory Of cm ductions never before in Head the Iliegreatly reauc inventory prices sjilfndully laige vi Inur Woniens And Coats of have recent put in b jcreate interest w nien economically To avoid list 6f these coats on 01 sheets the priceret appioximate a third and in n stances half of th Buy Vinter Coat fljnd jou will ha wliole season to Buy tLen and youll profit s Clotfi Winter cloth unrestricted choice of ing garments of black broadcloth and other tailored in the 1fest handsome lonable coats heretofore selling up to none for 1 choice1 POPlTtAR PRICED Pcvpuljar priced such been selling at from 50 to a big variety in vorite plaids and novelty scores from all MISSES twentyseven inllsses winter great variety Of checks and plain Jauntily trimmed collars pockets and sleeves wl trastlng colors of reduced lifani choice for Youll find these coats all iomibly Most of them throughout inSklnner Satin and a Lot Qoats for two to five frfem blue and former ly and choice J lot Coijits in this sortment for three to1 five under The coats in this lot 0 and a Lot were riety of cloths and for ohUdren six to twelve Regular for children eight In full a i som handsome r this sale Lot Twelve iats ranging in s to i Womens fine ca exirja sweep that were Col tranb and in easini the ntiejisur fc Tliel iksti IL I pie n tl n forr varloiis than 2o lined i ractive 1 from1 HI 73j f for Eleven ker wWe 0 and Rain f jTwtnty all wool Si Coats selling Ijtoae for less eluded in A1 ire lnl Gloat iy savrl coats of all wool effectsj finished w 11 d to castor uced to AND ITHIS A WtTERiOVEH HIGH BOTTOM Overtlriw to Be One of tj South of A Tlip Jeouflibouiid freight on the road tvas wrecked on tlic Hoislimi pnp and onehall easj Petersburg Monday ai Traffic on the Ifor Two left 1 the truck and tel down a flii yfootj One car contained ponder consigned to the 3In4J Coali but the ponder failed to althougl thecar its I iieilly ThistslhC tjnrd wreck Hitlin a n lipavy loss1 to the riillioiiil The receiii inns iiiiilermln and letting the rails I Whitfe river cdntiuups to use and Ihp backwater cov ers of acips of Much left im thf1 is Bliulp n found tnen on a little knoll that telv smrrnuiult d by flip was cci White over its for j ears Monday night took And the overflow be iSneof the largest fiom 6 oclock C thjs mpinmg The rise Monday night the evening Vis two and one half and the rise this morn Ing the ljouis of 6 and showing that the was the stream IB sing twice as fist toda as it was lilonday night The rise will pppbaSly put the river over all he TJHttoms and consideiable damage isJfikely o be worked The second rlsp is attributed to in the northern part of he state rivijr men are of the thjjt teh ijhigh waters of the iast fork White river and the Ohio and rivers are hold ng the of jthe west ind teacklng tljem unl No predictions are being ifiiade joday as to when he fall on account of he threatening jlonds that may louij heavy in cjounty will lose worth of corn and wheatas a re mit Jiigh witer in the Patoka rivjr and Wabash river bottojni TJhis coupled with he wrought by the water n other will run the total oss up Scores heir homel pnd tjiive taken tempor iry lodging fvith heighbbrs and rel A lew of jthe IWod sufferers lave to Prjinceton and have een provi4ed fotjd and shel er by the kownsfilp trustee The highest kale in the rivers is ooked forii today and if the better conditions wfU Of the fifteen Schools which were Jlosed lastJweek Dn account of the ngh only a few will reopen week ichoola tt nn In Wjbash township the not resume for several the flood resembles a big Hunters are Out in boats and thous ands of which took refuge in high are ibelng Work Suspended at Coal Work was at the Mas sey coal seven miles south of Petersburg Monday morning as the mine is surrounded bythe waters of the Patoga which is high er than it has ever The shaft hole high water and there js no of the mine flood ing unjess the water breaks through the Second Rise at White river continues to rise at having risen about two feet Sunday Reports up river indicate that it will rise for a day Farmers along the it a great deal of corn or twb river have Iq and The second rise is now on and if it should ram heavily the river would MOTION IX LATE FILES THE AIMEL Attorney General James Bing ham hjjs ifileH motion in the ap pellate court iasking the court to ad vancethe case of the state against former to collect in The mo tion is irt the furm of a siipplemen appiicatioh and the fact of meeting of the In diana legislature as the reason ne cessitating the The motion recites that under the supreme courtconstruction of the aw withreference to insurance tax the cxauditor is not responsible lor such i unless the state per prmed somel at amounting to an icceptance of life money Cjiat was paid to The legislature about to meet pass the act rat fying the acceptance of the insur ance by the and mnko still even under he decision the supreme j as the floors of some ofthe buildings are covered with water and It is probable repairs will have to be itoiade on the Hunters White rived passed twentyone feet on the pecker guage early Mon The directors met ficers for the year as day Biorning and its continued rise president is caiising great alarm vice president E 1 ant and Missi i The capital from to hundred shares were I BY HUGH MATTER OF BATES FOR me SIGNS will send to county aid township advising them that his of flee will not continue the of giving out unotfficial omnjons to such officers or otters on any ques tion i other than t hosej directly af fecting thi state ir any large Tine custom of fving these ojjn unauthorized by rip up jin this until a sidirable part of the time of the of fice been taken up considering said the attorney The on Insufficient were ofteln almost have thought it ajest to put a stop to this RiVal Getsj Is and Sign May Be KemovedL j The big sigasi on Main one jbf them in iront of the Bell clothing store and the other in front of Cojics clothing making sonje little trotjble fop the electric ligjit management just JJHugh Cox insists that he is being discriminated against In the matter of rates tor the The Bellf whith has same thiiig like iso lights twocandle power eaehjj is on a flat Cox says life asked for flat but was and the sign was attached to the store Cox says for sign colst him foil the mojitll ojf That is approximately Be ing no waySof tellihgj jhe precise amount on account of i the fact that both the sfoVe lighls aid the are supplied throiigjh the same me There an2Mi ligljts in Cois I When Cox Jtbo if theDecentlifer light ihe shut pff the the priWjis exorbitant ind when cobr CHURCE The condition Cumberland chu which are now a pal erian church the fortyfour in of the Presliy so BE CA UNTIL LED EXT Ins for at a meeting held MoAday afternoon at the First in Several of pulpits are now Manjt Iof the aife not selfsustaTbdnB and requinJ aid from the homeVmlssion Another missionary bwach er provided for whose bultliiess it travel fjrorii one another and preach until regul pastors are i be is sir ii d Sunn rp Arrang no more trials the cireuitVppurt this jury will Monday for state against Verb ullzail for v salt and battery with intjent iy afternoon of today were taken up of foe dock iseeutoij v that part the in1 moon LELIA BY COMX S pared with the serviciiL received by FhAXUJAN Flanagan has sold his hlrd interest In theAmerican Steam Laundry company which was incor jorited with a capital stock ot to i Harry Wijliama and Robert now sole The firm naine will be Miirdock Wii iams aiid the name will be changed o the American Steam Flanagain will cohttiiue 1 he vefleer SEXATOIIS OIIOSS Senators IJodgo and Fbraker rossed swords In the if ester lay debate over the presidents rder in the Brownsville The iscussion waa ndt KNAPP STILL o Knapp still is confined His ilhiess will keep lim coijvflned jsome He is not able tpi aUenid f 111 I Pf ershoe and i The weather man insists on Ing weather that calls for heavier It is folly to go illy shod while the ground is covered with snow or even It means much In the preservation ofhealth to keep ones feet dry and We Irish yon a look at our ihoes and rubber I the from 45 cents up the kind that snak proof from f to ter get into a Bet hitsneighbo The oral panyhas fo formed by of the sign each night midniglit turn the1 melees biisiiiess Contract Bell com hoiirs ce has been 7 Un lc burping iwhch me of the 7 jh the wlijter and later than The ligbjt iis Jptt at midnighC by an automatic otf by At times tj operate And the burns all tliere has ietn few instances of TJle superintendent of the light any says that cix is iner h ascribing the great increase of 1 has Cox thai ho will tear out the sign hijilier pay a month for Beit says he will dispose of jlthe s sign It Is put on a Bell the ordi ahce permitting i the electric cost increased sign fron Wilt BE BT ATTOUNEV GENEIUL TO DO AWAYf AVITH han s bill to the Mr Axtell nade an appointment with to go over the fCox stipulates that tllqy shall JJurn 7 until 12 in thq at torney General Jariies E who wan hreatenedj by Sunday a peach tree switch es and riSte being teft at assaultejl Miss Maud who lives west of the Crookc home Oak late Monday afternqon and was finid in the maysrs court pleaded guilty when afraigned and staid the It appears that the suspicion 6b tained in the Grooke womans head that Miss Ferris placed the switches anfl the note the Croolce home and the Crooke after throw ing the switches against the Ferris assaulted Miss Ferris with a following an altercation be twen the two The injiiry was s nn of Bord mret w prosecuti committed he agreed Juitgd Houg Ihe Dayiess the trial of he A continuance Elmer regardirlg the wife whtclii fdnesday Ofj ison will aksist the murder vfaJ was In office e state ie last term i of lurtj feontiniied Hi KOLIX1W1NG IMTLJITIOV OP CLASS AXD LOIKiE The local aerie of Eagles will give a banquet Wednesday fol lowing the initiation of a class and regular lodge Thomas Nu gent and toasts will be given by Alvln Ben George Hugh Zed Bonham and Miles Mu sic wills form a part of the oriB EBUSE Kruse lentertained aff her home on east Main af take up four days there are nurj merous witftesses frqm this DeBord will be represented by CDUB ty A T Deputy will conduct ihe prosecution Commissioners Tho all for following gravel road superintendr wereapproved by toe eoiintyl lsKloiiers WiW Trbsl I i Andrew j Billard and James were graatedj liquor HA i this afternoon fpok up the petition Wilson and others for the extension gravel road improvements on the rokd leading from farm about threefourthsflof a mile mile John Gafiible farm Tho petition was granted and George Faith was end gineer and George Hackler artdj ternoon at eiichre a dellghtf ul has prepared a About thirty were present Miss AdaHayes won the first Mrs F S the seeondy and h6 I Carpenter the BEITMAN Mens SniLs Still ari and Boys nvi iOvetcoots 3 6n 25 percent discount table are going In fact no dis ount ever started his gone on at such a It is necessary to be on the spot foit l i i A Shirt Sale Now big tilpthing We placi rapid soon adqed toi our shuts pnWb now for oil shirtsall 89c term on the witness til and tend i It is expected viil tiike four days Emisbn itor Laughlinwere 4ernon The ihe following coneerningi of Prosecuting i cefved word from Washington cay afternoon the of state against Johnson charged with killing his city a few months was set1 for trial In theDaviess circuU court on of week It is thought that thej trial V 1 Frank Bayles are The board this afternoon setFeb ruary 5 as ithe date for the road election in Veale will be decided whether systeta of StlleT of inrprov roads will be The voti are the Scudder tl Pleasant school PLEDGE IS SffllGKENBOM WOULD ANOTHER BROKE SPEECHLESS Declaring on New Years day he would never again touch strong Alonza youttg matt living at vowed that inj his pfedgeV hoped that he would toe dumb He vlsjted a salmon and drink of and fcjgi been speechless The doc are at a loss to explain his tishe is unable ntter a hi f tO OUST Attorney filed court praying thai McCIellan from the York oh the a usurpe legally tp
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