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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1913, Washington, Indiana                                A a OCTOBER 1 VOLCMB1X JrtMBER 133 Mendacity or Which ww GBOWJXO the Peoplps Jfatlonal batik is this imfprecslon of tie The continual this eatab Usbed banking Jiouse la the cauneof graflncatlon among the people of the The Democrat wildly calls on the of The treas urers books shot that tho sum paid In first page to to the city through the county treas sa Mayor McCarty from ury in 1912 was then on another page tries explain or excuse mayors mts Many Were Killed by Suffocation V After the Fans Were Stopped By the he lire mute In the mine Jutu yes terday encouraged officers in charge of rescue work to hope that some live are still entombed In o room located more than feet from an son of SlcShane York widow of a former hundred and fortyseven mln t en believed to bo beneath 4 tons of fallen coal am In the cuts rooms of Staff I 2 of the Stag Canon Fue r company at r Hundreds of working In of fifteen are slowlj forcing their way the rooms i and etftrfejL fltfhttag against dangers gas anjpS started In an threatens la Whteh en ipnly twtntrthree awnwoave men from the f njgbt thefirst miner to be rescued alive within twelve hours taken from the main He was found J a which ear the evening had been found Tourteen twentythree res f cned make up the total of the days work of The finding of heavy stockholder in the is among the known who was hut nineteen years of had gone to the rofne In which fatherls estate still held an Interest In order to learn mining from praitl cal chief of the United States mine bureau In the of the misrepresentations designed credit Mayor McCarty and dis credit bis dead predecessor in of The Democrat soya Any differences thero might bo In mbllshed figures is brought about argolyby the method of handling be amount received from the county rom the city tax and polltax md that from special assessments of ircperty tuch as curb and gutter for Van Trees Grand sew and the llkfc If that statement in or relatively and a committee citizens of Washington acquaints Kith financial Mr Tho titter of the mayocb statement and abrtrdlty of the Dem ocrats contention that the difference In published brought by the raetho I of handling the funds IB shown fact that the levy of in on the was sufficient in 1912 to produce more than j wblch is more than the mayor says the city This levy of 1 14JB Is for general oiid la exclusive of he levy for the library and all spe cial taxes for street some equally Ignor ant as hefor his mcasage dec laratlons The books of the city treas nrer and city clerk bate been doctored so that they do not BKree tvith the county treas urers books by some covering the transactions of three One or the other of these propoal must be the correct Nor can Mayor McCarty explain the dis crepancy ly crying gang and tho He led the pack In denuncia tion Bourgholtzer and slan dered him all over town because Bourgholtzer dared to run for office Funeral services for Myers will bo conducted from the family residence at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon by the Rader as sisted by the Oideon Burial will at Oak Grove Read of the Washington Xatlnnnl Burke of the Ken New Mexico is In Trust Mr said Impossible to tell what occn nloncd the but that It of such violence KB to cause to o hone for tho rescue of any morp Ormt Tn tho nt thp time of the 2S4 minors and that IP dPBth TM will rench crent n IB to thcfact that rrft whWt kent the air Ircnlatlnc within the r Hin Vot nntl four n WPTP the fstvs Some of the rescue DBrtles Continjiea rase Good Shoes for Wet Weather of the State nil demo crats bnt one examining the figures say and tho mayors message bearing on the are true and fair statements of fact in this then The Herald will with draw its objections to the election of Mayor McCarty and advise the people of Washington to vote for Thats isnt it The mayor says In his message hat the city received from the couu y treasurer in the year 1912 the I and the It ir tho levy to prothe first time in his duce the fund which tho He leads running expenses The city actually rccMfed from the county treasurgr A ThcmayorlBajS It Was a dltrerenceof over It Is clear body wbo has studied these flgurM Tho mayor has deliberately doctored the report he made In Ms niessaRC to tlie conncll for the purpose of his own Interests by reflecting upon tho omcial characftr his pred ecessor l The mayor is absolutely lg norant of tbo finances of the clfy and accepted the flgttres of H the pack chasing through the byways of thecity yllllfylng Robert Russell and misrepresenting the finances of the Russell But he Inup a tree with something he can not a twisted public doc ument that is the result either ol studied mendacity or cross The cry of wolf is not going to get Mayor McCarty What tho people want to know just now what Is the explanation for the dis crepancy of between the mayors plain statement in his mes sage and the cold records of tho county treasury Stand What is wrong with the books YOyXG LENTS turned One of them was for purposter to have been drawn by Oscar Atbaugh and was cashed at the Hlnton and Hardwlck Another for cashed by Patterson Rlsacber and alleged to have been signed by Emma Another for and another for f were cashed at the White River It soems that there were some the facts case being hard to get The speculations be gan September 24 but were not un covered until this In all he Is alleged to havo cashed fraudu lent checks for about His preliminary hearing was leard before Squire Treanor Wednes day and he was bound over to the circuit court In a bond of SUBSCRIPTIONS VOTES MUST BE AT OFFICE 8 OCLOCK amiRDAY VET Proper Work Tomorrow Can Win Among Those Who Are Well Vp in HARTS ICE CREAM HOME MADE night at 8 oclock the last subscription be In and the last ballot at least be at Tho Herald offices and The Heralds circulation campaign will be As soon as pocslble after that hour the judges have been selected will take charge of the ballot box and make the final count and determine winners of the The campaign Is and yet there Is plenty of time for tome of those entered to Jump In and makethemselvesthe winner of the first The race Icilose and after the final counHsinade the win ners of tho ntizes will ger that they have woo Drlnclnally on work which thpr have In tie last few A hnllothnr 1aii In mnrt flnVnlone In MCOH OP MONEY DUE AT TRKAS URERS OPFTCE STILL What Makes a Good Shoe for Wet Weather A strong solid leather for uppers that will not absorb an outer sole of oak tanned that resists moisture and an inside sole of1 honest leather to bind all parts of the shoe and lastly careful painstaking workman that leaves no holes or badly fitted places for go rlliese ere the Shoes We Sell i carefnny selected and macarefnlly used in the most comfortable bnt every pair neat and fandtUris v nfevboer ibpes I 9SMO mm Force Advises Taxpayers to Appear at Once and Thereby Avoid There are just eight days left for the payment of taxes in Dariess coun ty and at the end of that time if j are any who have not paid their taxes the penalty for delinquency whl be still is a lotof money un paid and unless It comes in many times faster It has been for tho there willbe many de Every year the county treasurers State Commander of the Knlshts of Macabees of the was In the city Thursday evening from his homo In Washington to visit the subordinate lodge re cently organized spolte at length in explanation of the features of the orderand his remarks were received with Interest by the He ex pressed bis satisfaction at the progress belns made by the Infant organization and will return to tho city with In a short when it Is proponed to Initiate a large has a time with the taxpayers who come The office must be kopt opon out of the regular hours for them and even then the rush Is so great that there la no chance for the senIce that could be given If the people would come at a reasonable time In the tax paying Treas urer Clark Is once more appealing to the come promis ing better service If they do and the certainty of not being fined for a young man who has been engaged In and pearl trading here for the last has become In trouble over the serious of says the Martin County He was arrested at Wheat land Tuesday night by Sheriff Patter son and taken to Shoals where he was lodged in jail to await trial at the coming term of The alleged forgeries were dls i covered Monday by the local some questionable checks Weather Prospects Fotix INDICATIONS u i Rain except fair north west portion cold er south portion Saturday probably yesterdays T ft iese Bearer Board Walls and Geilmgs 1 i fi FRESH OYSTERS BUTTER PHONE 870 Miss vfolPt TVar has returned to Loozootpe after visltlnjj rela tives in this LADIES SHOES 165 pairs of fine ladies patent leather lace and button shoes at less than half John Cross and Dorothy Dodd welt shoes worth pair at They are allmedinm high heels and medium narrow The style for this fall and next spring are very narrow toes We are buying narrow toes and long vamps for spring I Watches   

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