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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1911, Washington, Indiana 5HITS J the propoejtion CU wife a for the the the oounjy eoun an be gassed of iinonu A committee of the of Grant jg this city appeared ln connmissi court in the interest of tnejwiition when the hearing was j committee was acabmpanJed ibyjtedge Mayor John W MJ Carty and severaljehort talks in of the proposed jnonu tment were j TOunty it will be session Defeber 12 and the reconfmendatloni the Matton will f likely afsthsit the SEVVY VOTE JCA8T 1 TOWSS WIBrH NO PARSTV L1XES flX toe presented to It is Bebevea That Amoont Should Be Ap county coimmissioners Wednes day morning gave a hearing on the for erection of a monu of the old eoldiers of i They showed their the imovemeht toy de urt I the bridge eons I rtby flatii coichisioa of jthe hear wetter to the county jjocnajelt recommeniifetidn df be appror priated for the purpose of erecting Washington is coin his on thes He j j the hearing to tl e Jopm few mtou announced by teitothw county yi He of the mo vement in JJiearIBije haVe cached iaSL agreement togrant of es lat on the At The county odjnmlsBionefs idrovo to the rfte of jf the EdwjaiiSfeport IwJdge is an autOjBpbile thlsjafter noon toiieet thejJKnox WOTK with IT Ltearn tottit McCttJiii and Mayialjagrr witt practical tejfant in tJu oon ofEajk Wttk from 3 oclock to Any one to call lor furfhir I 1 Regain New York and Kentucky Returns to Her First the liThe elections Mi eld in Odou and Tuesday passed off in extraordinarjquiet but JUWle interest taken in he re in Montgomery thedenocrats er but ticket ifcs usual cleaned up the plat llje or HOLE ABOUT X OK A presiding offiwir of that flourish Ing The nominating I and election committee of f the past presidents of the Dora ijant and Cliff met in session Tue 1 day night and determined I upon the selection of According to the rules of order thej members have nothing to say in the election of and the same Is true as to ex Inauguration of the newpresidents will a notable af fair in the history of the torder and arrangements are already making for the meeting which will be In all in the i new east First street j New Well Wipl Be Put Down on the James Pfttigrew Farm in Harrison If success or at least Tne selected a spot for igave a frujt In jbqnor of tQe Bordnet jTjhe loss anothertest in section and jfoiurteentn birthday Tuesto the building is estimated at l mlaiie a representative lljontgomery resiilt I jCouncllman 75 i Treasurer Clerk 75 Burk Marshal j j i A vote was ipolled In Odon total lieing The citizens tick scooped up platter the Continued on page two rill efforts of men who are everlastingly on the job oil wdil certainly ths result down Harrison township MORMOV LEADER Salt Laike j thirtyyears presiding patrl of the Mormon and a nephew of itsjfounder and Brst presi Joseph is after a days Hljiess of Ho aeventyiilne years j Pa Smithes the sixth to tie chos en to his the only Ihereditary one BIG BLAZE EARLY TODAY BOYD WILLIAMS SUFFTPRS A OR HIS BEATJTlFirL SUBURBAN i DEFEG1IVEI fLUE House Was Known as the Bordnet Homestead On a Harrison Township j iFire between 12 and j joclock Tuesday morning wiped from of the earth the beautiful ihpme of Williams to Harrisjoij town TENDERED PRtlT i j of Miss Nejlie Glover known to Davjess counjtjlpeople the derrick ty being the Reinsel jo the new Severalxlajre ago when the Reinsel well plugged and casing a meeting was tjeld to determine the future plans about east of f to them ami of the At that ftiincit decided to drill one or morer hole in that section andi the matter of selecting the site was left at the option Qf the Tuesday aifternooft those drillers made a sur vey of the surroundings and decided tihait a spot iijfi the James iPettlgrew and loss on household goods range from between i to amount of car and among the ipersons who at tended Lillian Ona Anna Margaret Sarali Maggie ried by Williams Is not known Anna iMay Gilliett and John The fire was discovered jshortly Emew CJlaude Pallatter midnight at Joseph Robert Beat1 flames were eatingtheir John were i ijhreequarters of a mile elnsel looked good preparations wias im mediately ccBMnencea to move the drilling 8 i f EM 1 Goats foil Weather I i L Gold weather is QOW with A good heavV coat wiH turn the icy bjasts and fill the heart with the song of We are showifig a line of all wool coats t look right and thaf will keep up youri come in a wid j range of styles andjlfabrics ker and the modish land double faced j JThey are priced to suit a 1 pocket books t4 ML the I west was sud4enly Tues i i day with a peculiar ailment Re1 idly that it was Impossible ffcjr much j of the household tumlbuirei to be in fact the family had po time to think of other than tneirjojwn wel The furnishings of only one room were taken A t defective flue is thought to hkve beejnjrespon for the The building was This Will be a few days and commenced at The has closed ffp olptlons and leases jm considerable territory in it is tie intention to gas will a franchise jjand enter Washinigton Heavy courses of j excellent sands were penetrated j i In the Reinsjsil well and all the stock holders are i confident success j will be the 3 KlIDlt 1UI LLIC and for a time he was in 4 dangerous i trick strnctniel and it condition is wag U and no of fatal Results now BELIEVED IN Becl Coverings itte1or Winter Wear ioned home made Cotton Blankets 1 and per pair Woolnap Cotton soft and All Wool Blank1 eta to We have some cellent spreads t hat inf of the old fashl Under priced at Are jronlpokfl durable shoes i One thit keep in rainy or slnshyl weather aiid Tie soft and at all times Sncha shoe i the Hamilton Thiscomes to i may behad in elkskinl We desire themphasize the fact geieqnaj comfort and wear al Stylish Siiits We llftve had an enormous enit bnsmesg tAis fall and we ateibnte it all to the sterling quality of onr garments They ore preeminent in workman ship and If yon are I looking a snit that will yon and look right yon cannot afford to pass bjf onr New garments are arriving1 Price roil from Sf tu l a small want fay to Prank A want brcugM Forniwajlid lost his beautiful I 4 4 charm day ami hfe iplaced a want noticed it In The HeraW dldnft well to make a long story silort hes jrot the A reader of the ad found It down has arrangedfto give dancing les sons at he Peoples hall each Lessons will be giv en Fridajy afternoon from 3 to 6 oclock Frldajy even ing 7 to 9 oclock danc ing lesstjns will ibe to accommodate ipersons jwho are to take lessons in the After 9J oclock a regular dance will be with mmeic furnished by the Scoble WliHams moved tntoltje prop erty one year hayiiig come to this county from Knoxi after he had purchased the OARS ABE Keep the Children Warm Does your boy or girl kick cover off and wake np in the nightj crying with the cold Do yon get chilled through and through Vrhen vou have to get out in the jcold and straighten him out If our advicb is Buy Dentqns sleeping garm i They jare madeof extra heavy napped cover tlie feet andjthe hands if and keep the little bodies warm as come ihages from oife tosix and are priced at i near Hatflela Palmers store ami took it oveifjto the Fornwald to find the owner preparing to i retire for So frustrated and heirtjy mpon the return of the charm Fomwald neglected jtb turn ouijjtihe electric lights and Ithe electric jtvorks got the oeneflt of the sale of current that otherwise would have not Ijeen re cord eft MufJ Fornwald is convinced that people jdo read and 7i5c lie Stjiit I WEAR alnm innm cooking ntensila that ar i Sale of Rug iccia desirous of cljsaning up our stock rugs before the holidayrash is freprder to do this wb have1 priced will sell them If you affe inierested the following prices iterest Carjpets yard size 27x54 iachei ool Filled I worth 65c TOM Joon Spencerboarded the honmd train at ke by a refontj4r where he wasj headed for the cityattorney saH Im just going down track nn a little I rainy stoi at Hkiok awi Buckskin 1 may have Delayed Green IH hP nark all If the trails continue to rjin or walking all OnetMns jlm not going to Wood Alt of which made thd news man if a Second district dem ocratic politician wasnt going down into the First to do a little misslon jary work this frienli Tom Ma the Baltimore Ohio j Sou f Tuesday after 11 9 oclock onehalf mile west 4f Several accordips to the wordi were 4the right of The bik jwas at work In the when the call came and did not leave 4Vincennes until XEW Ben the I Wednesday morning commenced the construction tf a mcilern cottage with basement fot The cottage is located on southeast First street in j Sputhslde OOell is enjployed by the American Steam a dry cleaner and j We Have the Agency For Nunnallya Liggette i Ffenways 1 Candy in THCjRCXALL H r iCLUB TO DAXCBi The newly organlzei ilanc ing will give its jslcond at the Peoples ihall to A fourpiece orphjestra will soiipiply the With all i the dignity that he could possess Past President Thomas of formed him day of jJahiiary he wouljd le the SATJ Axminiitrs 9x12 Velvets Peerless Velveta J t in waited Upon Hmah Cox Weiineelay morning I and in that and after CANDY L0WNEYtS I JOHNSONS BILLINGS JBox Candies ate the kind we carry in It is all and FRESH and three of the best makes on Ibhje SVe liavcj it and i75c iNext time yoit want candy try a small box of the above and youjiwill be convinced as to its j feet in the of buying PURE and1 Wholesome Candy at I Lindemans Pharmacy o CANDY JERSEY Washington people who ie market for a Jer sey coif will have chance of a time to obtain that wfhteh they want here Safcur when iLand of Salem load ol dispose of a car Indiana It is said thiivt the aiock comes fif of which the own ducted 4 from will he con the L ell JfohnlReinsel fif So I Announce the arrival of their Fall The and Ifinest stock ever brought to i you pay for inferior with less style and wj this
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