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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Washington, Indiana                                te fa necessary to prevent the spread of contagion or when the attendant nj the school has been cot down to an Appreciable extent by the In the cage of a disease of the character smallpox It is more fbte to close too schools than in epi pi health officers clrcnlar letter the animal open ing of public scarlet fever ami other conjjmialcable Mseaafis JBiis U cer tain children are temporarily carriers the specific The dispo sition on tie part of the laity end health ofljoers as to close schools on the appearance of any coiteglons is nof to com board of health such should be eKcepttfor Only closing is to control or Whan the attendance decreased Jnatfy tho hotald it In section 2of the law iz N DECEMBER i fej r i to apse Schools Only when Action Is LlJL ite or tfevlew with the other connty superfo The scarlet Teer or other contagious and infec ttotfsjdlseases ibreak wit In any school U be the duty of the township school school school authority or auhtborl ndng control to have medicat SUT i DECISION ANNOUNCED BY JUDGE WICKENS OF B1BTHOLO MBW CTRCOTT t or t tion made of the pupils and all dmitted to nl medical Insi ion of protests against the practice S followed of the state school children is far ng a school upon the first closinl of an outbreak of sfcptonis of illness in anv de nd gree must be sent home incaleutebte loss has resulted iWihehhiDhtiherla exclude ali 3uoh suounary action in many dhildrji whose throats are inflamei the inthehighest tter is going to health offlSuch bses mmst be isolated and school authorities throughquaraJined according to1 the state state and they are warned to i Proceedings to Compel Body To Issue Him State ndge Hugh Wickens of the Bar Monday in suit against the state when actioi tntlnued on Page rd of embahners by Theodore Kel of this cityl i The fflecision wto for defndant 1 Izia Jfattlngly of an atturney for was in court whfcn Judge Wlckens announced his He iriemdlately filed a mo or a new which was over and prayjed an appeal to tho was expressed here when ledi that the courts ruling adverse to The evl denjce introduced at tihe trial of last summer apparently was and John Son v rs n their Fli I and finest stock eivr brought to this PricesW higher than you pay tar inferior goods with tha tiff stat flve PRESENT G vless palp Is the rlends in thought of that weeks Si county never falls to have a date and will make the cony ring this year with shou ThJs Sullivan ment is deepseated and w down for the it is sal jSuUJvan county will soon con from ftnder cover and work op k aboveboard for the defeat of C Modesty forbid us mention Dj i choice at the Dtiri love feast John c was asked how he wou to go down Washington City ws take a seat In the house of rep course he refuse spoke right up in meeting an his boomers that he was for C last and all the I knew He only wants portunity to throw the hooki It will be recalled thi Spencer a of the r tions committee at the last stat ventlon fighting for the Ma senatorship proposition He wa en the credit of dumping the Ti machine Into the scrap pile and ing Tom admitted the fact convention O as well as other members of the ana congressional business In the committee room let It be known that the endorse I of such aplank was but the w the democratic barU Of damp Of INEY NHL POSSIBILIHf CoUhtr Democrats Will Not Backward About Asking For WBatjThey Would mony nieettos At Indianapolis a few Spencer has taken occasion to days ago Is cropping out In great a1 aDOlUt He was appro chunks aiiit begins to look like Daiby one of the best known dem JT 111 t rl OrtVl A would shine out theSunday and told that if he pern hint for When ask Herald If he would be a date against he evident as srve of course not Who said the fat wnich is about the uue ran tnat Political as Just watch me Washington i Now weih4ve it that Elmer E For IT P that iho For naTOe tnat loes erwhelmingly in favor of Keller i it was expected by local persons I Ijthat aippears to will push Forsythe he friend Alvin wcrl Palgett must had followed the iproceedlngs I a decision favorable to the plain be the examination for 3 license in May but faileJ the Archer Alvln I the IT tnje springifag of Taylors i that Cullop walks Hi the mentioning of Mayor carries a vision In his mind o i I p 01 Mayor a vision in nis mina of BWomington is but to mud attempt he made to head of water ami that Is the way i at a fiw iars aza r uui IttlHJJ JlO i an average of was put Inaianaipolis at thehad Bill Cullopcome along in love feas aa average grade Of seventy i tney wen which the Daveas county and turned the on fwhlcha elde Op land 4ml to f cuit give aw does not authorize the board court to compel the members him a way nnu Liirnej nd completely ils home but x such a he fllei man is b6in just a bit at is suit in the Bartholomew cir thing that brings about this I switch of He wants to succeed himself as connty me of the members of the board and therP are some of the unterrlflej wer i witnesses in the trial of the ac who wouM like to have that or and answered questions on which friends are pushing them to er had been graded zero on County Superintendent examination papers in much tie same would not throw the com they wen i offorgtful fashion anl gobble 1 the Padgett isnt ting about the dlstrlct for not Hes had all an Continued OB Viige that Keller Continued on ipage TOYLANDl Once more our store ias takeif oiU holiday toys and lain more toys that the eye ci The counters find shelves are heavy The childreiire simply wild when they survey our den and w Christmas stock and go home to dream f the thousands they want Santa to leave at their bedsits 1 ye who are face to face with thtfroblem of finding suitable beautiful gifts that Here are collapsihl other gifts that witt make this your drums gafes and bundreds Iclelight the heart of any boy or girli On account of the rush that certaiko begin at an pdrly date we would ur e ijpori all who contemplate any to do it By so doing you k better attention to say nothing of the jatisfaction of getting the cream the itmas FOR THE OLteR ONEfs r L Besides our Ifre of want to cahttention to thi assortment of goods suitable for gifts in all W stick cuff in facUuntless nuiibersof presents are found If you are iu doubt as to 4at to buy come in now and let us i f If J I mission in fire if it was tenderer to while many of the friends of County Purveyor Madden he could repeat the Forsyte trterk of two years These sup nre principally from the country districts and it is doubt if they will be given a hearing Right here in Washington are some who want to ster Inf Forsythe shoes and are trying to get the ears 0f powers that bte for a moment iSrop the According to Indianapolis advie Alvln John Spencer a ForsvHie arp opposed to the i reelection of Gwin as i The is hill of tho lesser lights who look uprn the tion in the same In to Heralj a well known j said Fabe Gwin wont for minute and it does not Tiinttpr wht sort of a flrht we must to the party of hp must Fob simply lellverpd the ditrit to last year In face rf th fact that we were to nn teeth and toe Of he will be here rretty soon looking about for a suitable county chairman to do his but the chances are hp will an up hill When asked who Gwin would like to have for Dayiess he rpfisel to quote a namehut left an Inference that his choice would be a oowitv If this is the case then Gwin has been fpplins of the Dulse of the along fp line of selecting Fulkerson or certainly not William Wifth the organization meetings hut a days away it is now a foregone concliislon the fur win Toi add to the candlHates for coneress are bo4bta WD tj disturb the and qniet of m Allen Cullooof the dollara May tension From out of Greet e comes worjj that John JRHuHe would like to have that We can save you 50 per cen on Box Paper and Stationer of all kinds CLAPPS THE REXALL i VOLUSCT VUJIBKR 295 iva viess at llke and sen and toid t he op Into olu con hall glv art mll the ndi hal and of rget bed rlct ted nnt ndi hat ing are hat old TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE EX SHOWINGS AND ABE ON THE PURCHASES PUT AWAY FOR FUTURE DELIVERY Merchants Give Credit to For Vruing People o Activity Now rot There is no use talking about said a well known department store manager to a Herald the peo of Washington and Daviess county taking the advice of the newspa pers and are shopping Our trade is simply astonishing along the line of gift The purchasers are not taking them they are leaving them with us for delivery lat er As he said this the manager pointed fo a stack of toys and like which hart been wrapped a tag telling who had made thf pur chase an t awaiting the floor hoy tr cart away to the storage Last he from HIP country bought Christmas as well a from t wn Do you lnow what that means sir it moans lovopr thprp will nil fp sflppts he causp voiir ad vire and ird The only thinr tujvwill have do is to th vone for Santa Clons on will IIP pome satisfac Business this year is better I think every mer wjITt me why tills to is of rto tnwn In this 1 will not attenvit Almost evprv alins the street lends a lilt to heir long the cheer of the of giftt bins are in everv anil great counters are filled to overflowing on the insi The wiseshopupr will take a hint Shop Have some pity upon the sales people lie businesslike enough to get the best to he had while it is in presentable refirnel to dav from a few days visit in ville with If it is to be a Fount in Pen for Christmas we carry the largest line f high grade Pens in Wash We have the leonine Waterman Pens ooklins self filler to We are offering tJ price pen we ever handled this season fqjr It makes an excel All our pens are Get them at LINDEALWS PHARMACY down the at Washington This twme of the hand that Cnlloo took in the Greene eountv court fight togetlier with his opposition to the oyernor Marshall for the of United States senator away with be by Ois last Is dovn on his begging like a I sonol he is being waived by the Marshall lieutenants should have CHRISTMAS BUYERS early tor our lines are You can get your choi e and we can give you bet ter sen ice now than uringthe OYS Bring the little folks We are fixed to eDtertajjn them tor their QUE he store and let them have a good etc SNSWARE This department is brin ful of Fancy Cups and Chop All theae good an going to be next lew ao come early aid make your We purchase away for you and it when you going to be picked over within the ill lay your   

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