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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Washington, Indiana THE WA SHINGTON HERALD JUNE L V BTDMBBR REQUEST OF CAB SHOP PORK MAJf FOB VACA HOJf GETS EFFECTIVE I General Foremen of Local Shops Re quired to Work Sunday and i Holidays By New IWTTATIOX8 Invitations for the annual com mencement of Simons academy have been There are two graduates this Misses Ara Jager and Marie The exer the local railroad j rises will be held Friday notified Friday that hisJune in Simons Henry of the car request for a six months furlough been Marsh made application for the furlough Decor ation day and it Is to become effec tive June or as soon as he com pany can arrange for a man to lake charge in his Marsh Is one of the best known officers employed on the Southwestern division of the He has been foreman of the car shops here for the last eight years and has been employed by the Southwestern In various ca pacities for sixteen General foremen of the Washing ton shops are hit by a recent ordsr promulgated by the B South The order requires all gen eral foremen to put In ten hours including Sundays and HORSE DRIVEN BY MAYSVILLE WO1IAX TAKES FRIGHT AT PASSING THREW OCCUPANTS DOT Zack Taylor Receives Several Vglj Bruises Bnt Her Xlere Kscapes Without on east Fifth street Saturday morn Ing about 10 oclock and ran at breakneck speed for several squarej Taylor was In the buggy at the lime and received several Taylor had been In the north ern part of the city delivering some butter and eggs and was driving up the Fifth street when near the home of Austin the animal became frightened at a passing ve hicle and ran west on east Flora street at considerable At Fourth street it turned soutb and on reaching Hefron street started to turn east again but In doing so over turned the buggy Taylor and her little niece Into the Neighbors heard the crash and hurried to the to assist i Taylor from beneath the wheels the After turning the vehicle over the horn stopped and It Is for tunate for Taylor that It because when the neighbors reached her her body was between the front and rear wheels and the reins were1 around her Had the horse not stopped when it did she would probably been fataly Injured She waa taken to the home of Maurice o a light became frightened HawhJns and her injuries j She was bruised considerably about i the hands aHfl knees and suffered much pain from her although I is pot Her little niece who was In company with her at the was also thrown from the but she rolled In the dust for sever al feet and escaped The shafts of the and also some of the harness was FOK A spirited belonging to Zack and hitched The state board of tax convmU sloners has iplaced the assessment against the street railway company of Washington at FAMOUS KANSAS HATVHK WIKMMCK UIKS IX WORTH SANATtmil The local camp of the ftiodern Woodmen will devote tomorrow in remembrance of the dead of the camp by dec orating the graves of those pone on and listening Jo a sennon by the Rev at the Westminster NERVE COLLAPSE CAUSE i cof died at 7 oclock last he Kv trgreen sanitarium Mxtvsix ars old I il iieeii 10 the sani laniarv from Vi enM into fame was i U i hia several years she repeated i how ev a i Ha her a and i o M i tie larger citlej lif f I armed Uth a Mri I raid in Wicil h smashed three months Livcil I lo MnnoK HIT Family C I n riiMulr in ft u u Carrie by htr Nation of i trail of Many vriken when ate up and ire into action f the sa 1 oo n AT A MEETING OF THE SCHOOL BOARD IT DAS DECIDED TO REDECORATE i NEW CUPS Bubbling Will lie Park To Be At a meeilug of the school boalrd al the Walnut street school Washinjffions Crowing Stores joint i a imd iho Mil i Ie le I i rlnc I a horse In Na REMODELING SALE We have now contracted for the remodeling of our spacious store rooms and wkhin the next two weeks workmen will be busy transforming our present quarters into the most beautiful and uptodate stores in These changes comprise an entire new copper and plate glass new stairway to second rearrangement of our second floor space and general going over of the entire Naturally these alterations will call for the disarrangement of a large part of our Rather than have to move a part of it we have decided to offer the people of Washington such i h Kns I j ir irl Draperies We have keen showing an excep tasty lot of and bor acrtma for These are rapKUy etpplaatlng lace lend touch to any room that no other can For these wg them al 15c acrlm plain or bordered 12 yc 18c plain or bordered I5c 2Qc ecrim plala or bordered 18c 25c scrim bordered 2Oc Dotten Swisses lOc it 12 loom Tapestry Portieres sold from do op to the pair now priced at Onethird Off thU sale offer a generalreduction of curtains of 2O per rent Off Woolen Dress Goods Here and now Is the time and the olace to Uly the material for a all dress at prices that will be unap proachable next We cleaned out all back numbers last spring at a low price so there is nothing but saleable goods In our Among the large assortment are maonUh repellant novelty suit etc The large number of these cloths prohibits giv ing Individual prices so we make one full swoop and price them at 2O PER OFF I GREAT REDUCTIONS that they will help us move them by carrying them Our entire stock is marked down to unheard of Drices and no one can buy during this sale without savingmoneyTWe particnianycanTODrattentronlo ffie tact thai this is no sale of shop worn and out of date styles but embraces all our regu lar merchandise without On this page we have listed but a few of the many good things that await the shrewd buyer who will take advan tage of this Dont put off buying until after such a uni versal price cutting was never known here before and you may be sure there will be a large number of shoppers who will hasten to cull the best of our Our advice is shop early and Silks f This is a silk Tbere been and is still a heary demand for the aristocrat of dress We offer jou a large selection to choose Peau de Sol yard wide 85c 27 inches wide yard wide 85c 27 Inches 75c yard wide 39c silk Jacquard foulard 39c chaatecler jaequard 350 49c seminole 35c moonbeam silk 50c ribbon marquisette Skirts We have recently bought heartfce In skirts and have a full line for your We had a small sale of Jthese a short time since and were so successful that we have decided to feature this line All Woolen Skirts off and Wash Skirts 9Hc Wash Kkirts Wash Skirts Wash Wash Wash Skirts WO0h Wasi Shirt Waists waists in beauti ful All modern in cut and 50c 75c 65c waists 98c Ladies Suits and Coats Our ladies readjton ear depart ment is one of the ends of our busi ness that will be mosi affecled in work aa are mined that there will nothing left of It to move and to that end we are bending every effort To start with we announce a clean cut 33 13 tper cent on all suits and Spain Suits Spring Suits Spring Spring Suits Spring Suits Spring Suits Jackets 50 Jackets Jackws Long Coats 00 Long Coats Ixng Coats Coats 00 Long Coats One lot of tub Onehalf SI SI i Ribbons Our ribbon cases contain led assortment to list Among many otherare sat etr All Hijc ribbons All 20c ribbons All 15c ribbons All loc ribbons too ail Lingerie Under k of of tliee halldsoMie ser ladles readlo ileparliiKrn Is tieaihjuarters or all that is ilc and nptodale in tin Ml and pitiicoais haie marked doun from ten to Floor Coverings Sa Hx I L H x 1 re x i il I a 31 Mil tit 0 I 1 K al vi a 1 l Tap TOY so I liortll J Brussels Hxll i i Axmltister r 1 1 1 1JxIS 1L i mat HUE h up to yard m always sold at 71c square now ft5c for for i Axnmister 1 rolls neu Japan the Men and Boys Clothing lur i lot l Itroi a MJ men i was all al int w el I u i h We and In order i k have pet for the profits and t hi ry Ille of St I ar you know All Siiininer Suits All MenH Tro Wash I1 iri All S I Jj a h t Me M havi sjalj are ours tu i e t he reliiira Ginghams ill Soon af a1 Dr is a run ka rl He did In th or t o 1 Mr Nation wns at Mum In darflel or f reven i T 1 apron die i lic Ililitv iit 1L a vard 1 i X l r aril 1 ll Muslins iles whll ir to 7 1 u li M SranJv f ih I1 i III a J er i r HV Table Linen Our of Hi at terns are the land ian prodice set off t a lie II Jj white all ll ard white all hi a rd sel for is that The will su Percales HYIday It was decide Uut impruvements will to the various school rooms la during the old fashioned tin drinking cup will be abandoned and drlnlOnc fountains sanitary bitbllng cupa will i Two of bllbbltng cups were itallid last auramer and were to i usp1 nn and aa they bate rh Proved oaiisfactory to the of the It has 1 M that all of the old cups be doned and the sanitary put fifteen school rooms will be redecorated this The walla of some of the rooms are painted A dark color and are to be In order that more light be afforded In the It was also decided to plant several xhade along the south aide of built across the brooklet that through the grounds and It Is the of the board that Ihe irronnds be made ornamental as well e move 1 until I b iln I MMITRD TO ONK I It has found nrceseary to limit the number of Indianapolis facturers and who ar9 the retail merchants herf after to one This number be eicluslre of the band has fifty members The train therefore aarif and linres as first announced bad oeet placed i at the of rs of 1ic Indlanapolla Trade I nit fin o the1memI8ni sire lo make the Wihea as luaile lo the i It was announced that no additional cart be placed on the train as It rendv consisted of nine lutst mol1 of sleeping known the compartment has for the fonvpnlence of It allows each man to have a private The flTe In the Irut arrange i taent Just enough to rare for HI 7n IMMI TONS or men Now It Is a question among the association member as who shal Ibe left The special train will te the finest that has erer paMKed thrnuich southern li and Two on OtirKuurth proper t or 1 nc a 1 lj per i I ijxTcal a 1 I fa he I l auj in I r Boots and Shoes are n The al dealers in n ti burn u looking fo like a Kl e st line iron If shoe to tit lont po past flu Oxfonls Oxfoni lot uf and mi Spwial lot of Men s Shoes jn ani J I mi One lol of Men s Oxfords i to Jl i Fifty airs of Womms uorth from J J fill Kxtra ial Id ji i a onh up na j nil t1 Saturday Grocery Specials CAVNKI Why irnublod all summer with sour milk always ready Isually sells for Die On Saturday BAKKlrs Walter Bakers brand stands for qu half pouns sells for I TM HIT canned eet He SODA brittle wafers bought especially for this das bu for MKATS Hunic ficulty and afford toothsome deli meatc and to start them offer for th K x ra 2 Potted meate sohc the dif for the lunch basket We bought a sale at alk for Ingenuity iti sanjnii IKA MT 1U1TKK ubtiut for meat In the vegetarian OFFKK it week our sales of hhpopular brand You will large assortment of potted the 4 Ixjiii on and Ier t the habit if will only 2 lt for Toweling Tiie to overlook of the n t o stoi k ui ioit tx et i our stock is re h suit o u rse 1 f w 5iiir of linen of tea towii Ia crash v lc 1 crasli 1 j c crash 1 rash all hiiK all hneii n n Hi7c I 11 I r iix Parasols This for j n 1OSe to of the sim u a i a of i omfort as well a sunshatls J mi I snnshad 7 M Slinhales ii anioutr til afford SI oil UNi Gloves We have taken the razor into 01 Kluve department and tu pricos until the pioflu are en tirely the best we i an bu and we know the e win interest OM kid 11 button I kid kid kid gloves silk 1C button silk gloves OOc lisle gloves Ih la II cansos F j i of M Olbson who at home In Barr was tirrmehl to Wajihlnston Friday In the after noon from tho Klmt rnlird Brethren i hurch and burial look place In Oak ctmetery OibAot was s for H o Southwestern brakeman I a member of the local lodge i hllniherhood of Railway Traln i lltM lt 1H1 In t of thtf river at at lo meet untv at Portenmlle on j complete the sr its for letting the O UK lat sale was a Grand Success in every ami went far beyond our ex There is a We give you whai YOU want when you want it under per ect Sanitary weight Full raeaa Full A Few Suggestions fur Sunday The Vollmer Sanitary
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