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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1912, Washington, Indiana ago and tone ler and as be it that be obtained nary this j SAME ier Joseph Keller ester of Wwhlngtoa llant Madden At Atotta aWetr daye after date the WIB honor Dy BiaV SUCH Known of elciof Bent r Re It thfa tliat tEF5 Bttl pWOMIiff to been br Kerters pMvnts to fdmnelf fcttail 1 to m tmlM given to to M a lustra VI NUMBER j At the which will TO b I i in tie general fall the making at rt oexb bVin the haridioi Jn eaeholj of the counts as 1 Voter comes home to register afld to i tote be must do so at bis own ex MEMBERS QKCMJB VISIT WATER PLAXT I dealsthe narde of Stalcuj wa nsed one wSo had bleeri Injured by j I Time drifted on note was I due and Staicilp left It at tUe for1 Voti Dosefc and with the were nottfed of the ex latency of the TI ese three men Month of July j Understanding It Is possible thftt by this time next year the Clqre Manufacturing pany will be employing twice as many books naWfs of registered illlj be permitted to of sufl I is essentiBljj lifted voter p and DavteSHj one of the three opportunities undfcr The and will be next Then task will beeftisler and more t later ami register ARRAXGESIEJSTS COMPUFED FOR MAY JjIEETrXG OF RE See Demonstration of Methods Useri to Purify River Through the conrtesy Of Se1 thirty members ofj the Wo mans club were taken to the waj ter plant Tuesday afternoon In auto1 The methods usfed in the l 1 it 14 Alteration ofriver water i and the jculture of bacteria were djrflonstrat jed In an entertaining manner by A carefully written pa t per read by Semans i disclosed i raanv interesting facts concerning Under New lairVoters Must jdrlnltiog At the close sandwiches were ser BRttDY Befori They Can Vote In have been com let was executed isoaie lew years ind ackmr taken by Mfas bookleeper for the MlM SchofieM ttlit Kel wheu the it Is claimed Contest willbe herchapterhas written In thejblghrflnance deals which gave something to talk about called at the unking Institution toj gether and lookig at the sjgthat Its output will be at least twice natures branded the sdme as effect8 of thls Joseph JJ Keller whlse namcrease will be felt In Washington appears on the Is1 a brother some time during the month of Au Theodore whll4 Madden Is brotherinlaw living lit Indi i In talking with The Herald several days last week In the who lives the home of the John Deere ntwAnt Until friot fVm i Mflnii rfvimrmnv TMnaao mon on east Main said that the Manufacturing These men this Edward and a note was tor payable In ninety l were In Mollnesimply to gather such days fromWtel I sad nothing to i any the men j who ha signed it as surety for I believe It Continuefi on paf Information as could be applied to the successful management of the lo be Kilt j cal did not miss the op f portunlty to put in a word for busl e P0JRNISHI 1 r A L ftaff to the of the Wi to jroor mr to the best advantage our purchasing faclllt e hullt np this line until tt is exceeded by For perfection of lit and beautj of pattern we place for servlcfc take sec Shirts i r f i feature the Ixiuls made Ferguson McKinney tfie best materialthat cam be pnt In Of Uw choicest patterns that tlie market affords it in your whileto get acquainted with this j Shirts without1 jeach i Laiihderled shirts without collars in choice line tof strides each Ba and Spit shfrts witbsbft link collar of same material Pleatedbbsom wtilte the nicest you each 1 i Underwear i the advent of the warm season yon want to I you are baying the most comfortable and most serviceable when purchase yonr sumnter uftderwearr Por an ideaof yoiir needs see the list below i brtggan underwear in cream ankle each Balbrlggan union suit with short drawers and A nice soft the Balbriggan Union Suits that If you have tried to use a uQl suit and been disgusted with them because jthey didnt feel ihe fit was not Let us measure you by the method and fit you with the most comfortable arment you have ever separate samegrade as c acjh50c POROSKNIT We handle thejgtmulnc Poroa Juiii such as you see advertised in your Thli fabric beci ittse of Its many good features is widely imitated by cheaper mal es that disgust purchaser who stings himself by buying the The is the coolest and most c omfort that Is more and mears longer than f the We have them in shod sleeve ankle length drawers In a dark cream color that shows soiling tne leastl TinlOttj Mens Ties 50 A splendid new line of the newest in gr lys ani is arid with It all they are made of silks that give maxi T i T Some Specials j w 1 Kloaflt petticoats In assorted ilarly selling at they last f I good quallity bleached musllji OB t they are genuine j bargal is but t Saturday We will make a each and they run in It jubt happened that during the days of their visit thV sales managers of tht different sections of the Deere com pany were In Mollne for conferencs and It was from this that Washington will ODotfnell and Mr Clore too in Washington and Davless to be held 180 days fore the Two other r rations will Septembtjr ndOctober i A voter must rqglf at one of tfhese registration he will not bo to yot j flection Should he register morrow it will j not be necessar i register again unless he sh residence In picnic fasiilonby the Misses Mitchell and ij The club women left therpumping I A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COMMON COUNCIL HELD OS t EL EXTEND CUR Prom East Eleventh ant Streets to Rostside Par c by Way 01 Grand Walnut station thoroughly convinced thnt At the last regular meeting otthoi ed for the first registration of river purified as It jis at the common council Zlba of nty Washington is by faij the saf the Washington Street Railway com r bo eat of all water for i The regular club which was given the library before ad journjng to the water con presented thatbody a pray which amounted a1 contrast if the council the was given the library before ad i Journjng to the con sisted of three well prepared papers franchise granted some time ago to on auto Thomas the BurnslConstructton company for onjNugent Safeguarding the par Hollingsworth a I 6 side donate a portion of ground Qeere a creater amount of General Manage of the manV features Dales Aviary and a pal Chinese Of all the the reapectlve precincts to registration blanks at and ti local Hoss immedjatley fell In with the suggestion asi the goods needed rio recommendation to He in sltuted an among the section sales managers a to where they pnrr chased theirsoods and as Informed that they came from other places than Manager Hoss then requested each Being children of the sun demand quarters of desert roasting heat and flooded with j conditions they refuse to eat anuij jdle In their food habijd they are omnivorous Although I Ohange another Registration booths will be bjien In every precincjt in the city qpinly Thuraday from 5 oclock in J Lthe morning until C Oclock at Inspectors of the registratlot lu j various itretjilncts In Washing ton have arranged TOr the voters In tl 10 i Miss Mae 11 Id to STRAW on east Grand aveaue so that an out IILEI AGAIXST let could be made and cut off the top HOUSE AND ilR FIREO of east end the j durt there into the low I Attempt Is Made to Burn lands he would extend the car Of An attempt was made jto burn line to the In 8pelal meeting Tuesday even Ing the proposition Cof rOraham residence of Joseph Hari in Loo was lnto and but 1 cnsslon was The ordinance was Tuesday Striw piled near the side of the house and f lengthy document but on There is no cleiw to of na identify of the the The donation land spoken of Is a of the lot at inj posted notices informing Wiinams pacingfn i ters Where blanks be pro JC tJ may be Completed Fjmof do tf the aily tneBtructnr The straw had been j given to the htreet caf company li but within T The work on the extension will be commenced at once and according to to file his Tafiulsltiqn for needs during 1913 with the Clore Manr Ing chiefly npon vegetable foods devour birds and eggs with greaf In partly treeclimbing partly tei By reason ot itheir toothbacks they so odd tThe voter must appear in per ion i foot or two of the Tt before the of registration r In i burning briskly when Wil Ms precinct and announce his naine I Hares passed the I Hart is the franchise grant will be completed and present big wbfich at loss t6 know why i by the first of The Jerminas attempt to destroy his of the line western edgl authorities filled out and by llim before he Appears to If calnnot write Englieh he may fill the application in any dud facturing company of WashiUgtcn Vrttf at he may of all material manufactured by the Mr Hoss further In y SQme Qf the their own They are found Wi tol wrlte his name for him and mi the local concern samples of all ma terial not now manufactured by it and have the same in Washington by this year and that ne would come to Washington during that month and personally superintend the construction of models and the I China They are from five to feet irregular in being ia mixture of black green and A row of long fringelikescales run along the One look at itslong and extremely slender toos of an the idea that like It Is mon tuis statement is a the local persons interested believe 1 that the Clore concern will have to j double Its working capacity and out put 1 beautiful birds and s ir Ktris Hart is engaged thej saloon at Loogoptee i P AOCUSEI OP of the It was also decided by council it as a committee of tie Accompanied by City cAJtorney 9oen cer and visit the park site on nextVWedflesday li tlon also must sign bis own name an attesting Each member 4f the board of r s while is aui orijfed to arrest any person creatl i a disturbance In or around the roo or interferring withthe work of tti The law makes no m I ris Is In addition to the dragon are six tf other uip must be made to take care of the morning on the Elks lot on east Mai way of the and Superintendent For many years the two concerns have been In terested with each other in a busi ness small though it was so far as the Clores were but j large for the John Deere company know that tnev were honest and conscientious work that the product was second to none in the United He sail tbaC he would do everything in bis way to increase the business of the Washington plant as a compliment to the Clores and bid It The Clore plant now furnishes em ployment to something like sixty skilled and With the company of the Deere business it Is estimated that no less than one hundred and twenty men will be fur nished with COLONEt UQADS IK Stay J from the republican county conven tlons received II1 oclock last nrght give anv votes in tbe t thirty delegates necessary to tdhtntl state conven 127 i challenging an applicant to r but it his Is Illes al he may be On election d iy may be challenged for lie al Registration wlfl be necessary fcn the part of those jwho hold the riiht sof Suffrage in Indiana in order tt at ithey can vote atj the next gene al If a voters name is njot Ion the reglstration bOQks when he Appears to cast ballot next May the purpose of Inspepttng fbe place aged twentyfive onlylson of5and improve a wealthy was tndlctjed vesments there as may bejecessary to terday on the charge of killing his j bring about a permanent rest plae Minnie Slaijch It Is thought that tan and burning her home to Icdver up will be made at the south edge of the crime bodj WJB the park neartne right of wav foundin the ruins of the Harof the O Southwestern If it The Herald prints be reduced to ten cents to ever he will nbt toe permitted nJ3t ib TELEGRAM PROM MANAGER WKRR RECEIVED IS Saying that An Engineer Will Av rive In Waiihlngtpn Frank who is inter ested In the new baa received a telegram from manager of the Pike County Telephone who is in Chi saying that an engineer will ar rive In Washington Thursday to look over the ground here and make esti mates as to the cost of establishing a system I SCORE HURT IK Ma score or more persons were hurt when train on toe Southern Washington to was de railed thirtyftve miles north of Co lumbia Two sleeping cars turned Most of pas were able to Break Ing of the axle on one the driv ing wheels th engine caused the The only way a man in India can Vote at the election next fall w II for him to register ap a voter i n taie j the registration ai only way he ran gerslpnally being present at the ion of tie tie elecHon presinct ip which he livesj said a well known j Washington af tornby and an authority on reglstr this This Cfeen to be meaning bt th lAw by men who hkve closely djl i interpretation leaves it IE possible for any absent voter tomak registration TJKere Is nothing li new law whlcjhj construe making any exception in the the man who Is absent and who i s to j The law plain that no man shall be permittei vote who has nbt an1 t ihe applicant to register must isent his application for registrar ti the board 1n j the new corrupt practice pirty organiHiitlonE and lies are not permitted to spend an to bring absent voters bonv f register or If the absent Special This Week THE OWL DRUG give 14 of either of the following perfumes f CorylopiU with a purchate of a jean of Imperial Crown Talculcn Row OWL DRUG StORE iARK Manaperj JCnights of Columbna for the purpose of forming a lagoon Electric light will be iplaced at dif ferent places about the park so the evenings besfcent In a pleai fant Rest benches and the like will be added but pothlng will in a temporary wav AH ths work will not be done this how just thatabsolutely BS the Jmrk fnrd is at low It Is proposed rv the council to such Improvements frqpTyear to that the fund will ipermlt until tho park site is fitted with all that MAKING The home of which was damaged by fire some weeks ago Is being extensively re Benjamin Clawson has the contract and when the work 1s com pleted the dwelling will take On a different appearance than jf Special Sale Extraordinary 1 lot of John Cross one strap pumps la fine gun metal worth in fine Especially priced at lot Cross and other well kflown makes all wointh speclanr nrjced One Jot Ladles Tan beet grades ahd ffijkw wbtfi and priced JohnReinsel
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