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HARTFORD, K.. Vv hJoNEDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, r.rj'J.
Masterly Presentation of Co
operative Plan Results In
. , , . An effort Is to be mado to double
A large and enthusiastic crowd of . , ,
the membership of the K, E. A. be
Ohlo County tobacco raisers greeted twec,n now and tne Ume o( meutiug.
Judge Robert W. Bingham, ot Louis- tn an effort to get 10,000 members
ville, .at the Court House in this the Association of County Superln-
-city yesterday afternoon at 1
clock. The circuit court hall
filled to overflowing with the farm-
ers business men and others inter
ested in the agricultural progress of
the county. The occasion was also
graced by the presence of a number
ot ladies. ' The meeting was presided
over by the County Chairman, Mr.
T. H. Black, and the speaker of the
afternoon was introduced by Hon A.
B. Tichenor, of Point
Judge Bingham was listened to with
especial pleasurcbecauso of his fame
as the originator of the co-operative
tnarKeting piBTi as arpnea to i.en-
uv, am j,iofc "i i. . . v. w 1 v , vi..uw,
logical English. In a masterly ad-
dress of over au hour Le outlined
the history and methods ot co-opera-,
tive marketing as successfully tried
itui iu Denmark, Califorina and
the Burley sectliir. of Keutucky and
pointed out the benefits which caa b
realized by the growers of tho weed
only through organization and col-
lective bargaining. Most flattunng
o" r r.
of the drive for pool pledges in the,
other counties ot tne ureea juver
At the close ot the sddi ess
speeches were mado by seyral Ohio
County workers, scores of growers
pledged their crops to the A33oci-, and will reside in Morgantown. Dur
tlon and as a result ti was plainly ine the past year he has had charge
apparent that Ohio County will de- of Oreen River, Narrows and Bar
liver the goods'wJth the best of nett's Creek churches. ' He succeeds
them. Watch us grow.
Judge Bingham left Inter in the
atternoou for Calhoun where ho
speaks today. j
H.RDIN TANNER SHOT
BY WILLIAM LYSLK
Hardin Tanner age 37, was shot
..and dangerously wounded by Wll-
liam Lysle, age 45, near Deanefield,
this county, early Thursday 'after-
noon. Lysle used a 38 calibre re-
. volver. the bullet penetrating l,U
victim's breast and coming - out
through his back. '
i .-irt. who 1. thn fit.
rorced wife of Tann.r. resided in a'
tent. Tanner went to the tent witn ,
the allleged intention of persuading;
his son. who was livltig wth the
Lysle family, to return koine with ;
him. Failing to dothls.it is re-!
ported that he threatened Lysle with
knife when the later secured the cense, ueiug iiuormeu inui ue uu t - ;n iiuuch ui umi me uuu, n-ii n-.n..,,. -
' revolver and shot him. " , no authorlif to do this on Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Annendi. Only gll0t ollt r,0m urder tlio rear of the back as 1m ai d as recent as i:K.
Sheriff O A Ra'ph was lmmedi-'the young folks went away only to one new member was added to the , car oy tle 1)ack pr03cnce of the rear Ono of t!i !rr:?e bulldiupi benri t'l-ate'y-
called and with Deputy Geo.('.returii at midnight and reirew their, last year's faculty. Such being thwhee,g Tu0 t.nr URguu , subuiergo' da e of 1S'!9.
Jones went to the scene where they request, which was theu grauted. ; se the work was easily nd quickly jpoz;mh i,artiy had time to leap1 Alnns with the property will l.c
arrested Lysle brought him to Hart- Having obtained the coveted paper, arranged. This is the fourth yearlto taMyt tho car sinking In about ! sold much of (he old. antique furnl
ford and placed him in the county , at about 12:30 a. in. they proceeded P- Mitchell lias been at the head . u,,,.ty feet of watt,r Mr Holbrook ( tern and other per.ona'ty
ial, - - tto the residence of County Judge R. ,of tlie ehooI and through his ellkl-, w.lg j t lie ferryboat pushing on the'
' Latest reports yesterday were to
the effect that Tanner will probably
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McHENRY C1BL KILLED ' "i
11Y FltKKiHT TRAI.V,
' Miss Lena Lashley. 16 year old
daughter of Mr. Felix Lashley, of
McHeury, was fatally Injured by j
I C. freight tralti Just west of the
P03t Office in that city, at about 9 r
o'clock, yenerday morning.
' It seems that she had gone for thej
mall and while on her return home
passed along the railway siding, the'
engine of 'a passing train striking j
iher. She was lmmediate'y removed
to her hom and a physician called. 1
It was found that the left side of
her skull had been crushed and thatj 4.
she had sustained other serious in-!At Beaver Dam: ,
Juries. Her ' O.eath occured a few j Sunday Biaver Dam
liours later. ' 1
"AD llllOUtillT RESULTS
Mavtwlck. Ky.', ept. 15., 1922. ''.
The Hartford HerjCd, ' ' '
Hartford. Ky. ' , '
Gentlemen: ' ' ' '. ', '
, Iuclosed timi .check for $1.30 for
three iwert!ous' of advertlseiueut
in your pnper. Found keys p. K.
Tbaak you. '
. H. J. BO7D. ' j
A. TO MEET IX
LOUISVILLE, . NEXT
LoulsvU'e, Ky., Sept 15. The
Kentucky Educational Association
land affiliated , organizations will
j moot In Louisville next April 19,
r20 and 21, It was decided today by
the Hoard of Directors of the K. E.
A. in. session at the Hotel Honry
tendents will be divided into com-
. mitteos and each superintendent
will be asked to endeavor to enlist
every teacher in his county In the
SIMMONS ROAD ACT
Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 15. The;
Ulm..,. VIII nn..nn,l,rl
. , wiim""'"!
cue niHifl hiit nwnv npannrrm nr.
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was neia unconstitutional by Juuge;
Sam Hurst in the Franklin Circuit
Court today. Judge Hurst ruled tpr of w
that the 1922 Legislature did not'OI,- ,,, '
save the authority to name
COmm:38l0n C" " W -x!
, J-ek9- The mother was much sur-
ocuaiuis imam i en; anu
R. c; Simmons, who brought tho,
' action to have the Simmons bill I
declared constitutional, announced
immediately after the trial that an
appeal to the Court ot Appeals
( would be taken. '
REV. IHUCH SHIELDS TO BE
COUNTY MISSIONARY IX BUTLER
1 Kov. Birch Shields.' of Cromwell.
.....ithe big Live stock Faviiiion by u.
has resigned all Ms charges ' , Carne; Cr08g gecretar3r of the gytate
county missionary work in the Jas-
' per . River Association, which em"
braces Butler County. Ha wi" as-
eume his new charge Qctob-'r 1st.
Rev. T. T. Moore in trie Butter C'oun-
ty work. 1
Rev. Shields Is a native of this
county and taught school a number
of years before entering the minis
try. He has been one of the lendlnar
ministers In the Ohio County Asso-
elation and haa accomplished much
for Christianity here and all who
know him regret that he U to leave,
yet wa wish him CAd speed in hlt
ivu i.r. .n.inmr.u i
MIDNIGHT HOt i!
. Miss Sarah Belle Allen
J.. Walter Baize, ot the Renfrew
1... 1 ..1 1. A ; ,l
Mason Morris, came to Hart
ford. Sunday afternoon, and going to
tho residence of County Clerk Guy
Ranney requested that he issue the
first named couple
. . t ,
R. Weddlug auu aroused nun iroui
his slumbers and were then and
there united iu the bonds of matri -
mony. and proceeded to their home
. Tha newivweds are nonular young
people in their community and have best seliools in the state. All par
the very best wishes ot a host of ties concerned are to be congraiu-
' Thursday-- Hartford, 4;
Friday Hartford, 10 ;i- Louis
Saturday Hartford. 9; Louis-
Sunday Hartford, 5; Louiavil'.o,
AlTREtiATES 1IEK COMMISSION
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' ' Ceniertown. Ky., Sept. 15, 192H.
j Managing Editor Herald. jrnm Very corner to the electrolier.
! Detlr It is with pleasure l.The (avor were mlrltiture suit eases
! ackncwlede receipt of the cash com-! flllaj wltn confette. the rase bearing
mlsiiioi Kriuttd me In the IWrnld n,e lae cnupuel-ll tUe eneagenieiit.'
contest. Thanking you or any who 1)e redding will take place i"
bad to do with granting me the com- ,v, rail. The groom-elect is a
mhsloh? I wish you much success.,
luo percent i i:rfet
Louisville, Sent. 15. Kentucky
can boost of a perfect Child. She is
Virginia May Miller, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Carl W. Millar of '
Jeffersontown, champion baby In ,
the Slate Fair Baby Health Contest,
Of tha ninru ll,.,n. 4 fiArt tl.l.r.n
....... v ..mu v,vv.s .u,.uit-i,
who have been examined by epo-
clalisls under the charge of Dr. Ed
ward J. Meyer during the ten an
nual contests, Virginia Is the first
one N found not to have a slnslo
b'emlsh. Fcrfect In every form, she
scored 100 per cent.
it is me nrst-yeur mat a gin na.3
won over a boy. The champion boy.
Is James Scannell wells, son of Mr.
ami fra Innmi t'ft1j Anna H'.u(
buu nirs. james eus, jus wesi
Broadway. His score was 99.6. Ahnojt the entire male population '
Both the boy and girl were In the j of tuo city and a largo number of:
class for babies between the ages ofi women and children responded to;
12 and 24 months. the alarm but tho fire hud gained ,
Tiie sraud chamoki'n babv Is lS.mirh Iipu.i
months old. Her father Is a mo-
i . ... . - -.
. n iQivin nr run i r v i:oiinrro
Ho Is 31
vnnm nlrt flnrl thn tnnthpr fa fR Mrq
Miep was uu,an HoUoway (laugh;
S. Holloway ot Buoehel.
th'at Virginia May was a
bottlr-fexl haliv. aim not hnvlnir npen
prised at the baby's showing, not
realizing that tho baby was perfect
G04 Children F.nt-retl
The contest this year was the
largest on record, 504 children hav
hiB been entered. There were 241
girls, 245 boys and nine pairs ot
twins. Winners In, the' fourteen
events were awarded their trophies
and ribbons at 3 o'clock today in
the big Live Stock Pavillion by O.
j C'EXTIIAL PARK St'HOOlT
has Al'SI'lC'lOl'S HKUIXNIXG
The Central Park Graded andm.,..,, ,1.. , nf Alr. r,n, iim!.
High School, MeHenry. opened on
Monday. .Sept. 4th. After siughix
.America devotional exercises were
j conducted by Rev. Dnley. He com
' mended the many patrons who had
assembled to witness the opening up
1 on tho superior school they have and
briefly encouraged patrons, pupils
and teachers to rally around the
school and make it even better. Rev.
-McAtee made a short talk which was
both humorous and inspirational
ana was nigniy enjoyea oy an. Ai-ito Muhlenberg County points, one ;
ter a few preliminary remarks by!igl.-t Feueally. Being unable to'
Prof. J. S. Mitchell and Mr. RX ; ttr0use. the ferryman, they undertook
Hocker, the pupils were placed iiit ferry themselves and their Ford
chargoof their respective teachers, 1 turlllg car across and all went well '
who tu rolled all
the tact that it was the largest ono
in me uisiory or tne scnooi oeing
more than 400 In tho grades and 45
iu high school department
Tbe faculty Is composed ot the,
following: Prof. J. S. Mitchell, Mr.
Itay Hockerl MUs Cliflio Telix, Miss'
Edih Nucko's, Miss Pearl Brown,!
Mva AIL.fia Fit, lilt Miiia lnrv Tli'iiurrt
" (car uy 1110 obck pressure 01 mi. r-ar
"X " Interested and appreciative j wag raIged nejt ,,av UIl, wnr,p f0P
jtitueney. a faculty excelled by ' ,!le exi,orlHUU0.
"none and a board of trustees whose; - ...
1 motto is "Service.- the school has, IIOIITOX
progressed until -it ranks with tho
-liuen upon inut success. uoiuri
Mlm Etliel Crteveit (Jive's W011I at
. Rrldge Luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Grieves
V-avo ntinf)iinc:d the engagement of
their daugV-tcr. Miss Elhcl Grivea to
)jir..Joiin J. Wlllluuis, of Wiluilng-
item, former'y of Lansdowne, Tn. Tho
i a.' uounc:uient came out Saturday at
-1 Biiilgs Luncheon given by M'.ss:
Griverto her circle of friends. There
were three tables. When the hour
urrlved for iffreshraents the guests
wttre invited lo the d'. iitig room
wjii(h was beuutifu'.ly decorated
wta hearts and streamer festooned
; Kentitck'au and U rmp'oyed by the
tCrew-LevlcU Oil Company. (Tuoand Mr. AuOrew Alford, of Roslne.
Smyrna, Delaware Times
Mr. Willlar.is Is a former H.irtf.ird
boy, haviiiB been born hire, the
youngest son of the lute Mr. and
Mrs. Gross B. Williams. Ho is
pleasantly remembered by a large
aumVr of local frieiuls who wish
for lum end his chosen he'pmato th
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j ULIUOsL UappilJKSS.
REV. it. K. FUQl'A'tt HOME
DESTROYED BY FLAMES
lite, wi'.l bo ?o:d at puljl'r auction,
Te two-story residence of Rev. It, j for tiie Sliulters have d 'i:!ii:ril uu.i:
E. I'liona Oil Cluy Street, this ciiy. j only t.v or luree wi re Kit anJ
wa3 oiai'y dciioytd by lire, which, tlnsw were well along in ivan a.
was discovered shortly after 7 o -
clock, Sunday morning. A defer. -
tive Hue is supposed to have been
' u .h M.I.. . i. n .t....
, re;p ins li e for tlm ronnuirrat Ion.
" ' '
thero was no chance
ing it and every effort was made to
Bave surrounding buildings and the
contents of the burning residence!
The greater portion of tho household
goodi in the lower rooms was saved. I
i Tlftu-m-u. T.,n....v 111.
valued It UOO;- 4 b e !
with ,.U. blankets and feather!:,,,, ,kerS Uidot believe in ma.-
beds; a large range and an almost
new heating stove; two good over -
coat::, several pairs of shoes and
other eliothing; 45 qts. struwberrv
preserves and 86 tans tomatoes;
dresser, "a wash stand, two incuba
tors mid a $16 motorcycle, headlight
Were among the articles destroyed.
The total lous is estimated at $2500.
There was no insurance.
Sunday being Rev. Fnqua'iii
preaching date at Prentiss, hi
wife were iu that community and
there was no 0110 a home cxo3p
their ton's wife, Mn
Willie Vuqua.,011 the otiier.
and her father, .Mr. D. K BuniiAti,.
who was taking breakfast there.
After n:at of the crowd had ia-
soll.s u(.roB the Btreet caught fire
aa(1 ,Ub larm was uirulii sounded
but the fianies were soon put out.
'LIZZIE' KICKS SELF
Messrs. Rowan Holbrook and John
Bozarth, of Hartford, hud a thrilling
experience at tlio ferry at Klnche -
loo's Bluif on Green River as tlioy
, WHro rptu.-ning from a business trip
Until they reached the Ohio County
Ending, the boat
was moored and
Bl,zarth attempted to drive off lh
bout. There w:ib a strip of mud at
the water's edge in which tho front
wheels of the car became- struck.
Uozarth then put on all the power
available with the result that tic
stake to which the boat wus tied
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(Too Late For Last Week!
Miss Beu'uh Baize, of Cuneyville,
h:'H returned home from Hortou,
whro she has lieen visiting Miss Al
Tho ic!ioo' at tills place is pro
gressing nicely and hus good attend
Miss Lucy Smith and '.Master Clif
ton Smith spent 8a'turdny and Stin-
, d:iy with their .sister, Mrs
Woosley, of Cuneyville.
Master Aduison V.'llliauis, of
j R utkport, has returned home nfter
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Mag-
g'o Hammous, of this plnco
riaater Clryton Woosley, of Cun
eyville, W visiting his grandmother,
M Leor.a Finlth, ot .this p'ace.
M'a A'ma C rowder and Mr. O'
Coiinell Ctowdir are attending
school' at Beaver Dam again this
Mii Maurlne Alford, of Rosin,
r.yeat Sunday and Monday with Miss
Jostpiiiuo Thouison, of this place.
Mr. aid Mrs. M. II. Thomson, and
tittle daughter. Murgartt
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
LOGAN COrXTV SIIAKERTOWX
to co ixdek ham.vh;;;
Shnkertown, out! of the hint. Jt lc:
spois of U'.viti'rn Kentucky at.u the
liomi; for niorii tlmii u century
or.e o( tin? few colonic of tSr-Her
in the inlV'j Males, will l).' only u
?r September "i;'h. o-:
that clay, tU'j 4,113 acres o.' ric i
farm lui.u, comparable to Hie Val
ley of the Niie, together with t'.:e
farming equipment, herds r.t entile.
itney have t'umv hack to tho parent
' oniony in Nlw Vnrk to v p.. n .1 thor
I declining days,
I n. i. ... V
The S ha k, rt nm nun nf the
picturesque religious t-eets of tliis
country. Though they never became
very siroiiir iuimr.ricai:y asotluv
roliglou.-i peoples have, still liecauso
.1 ....... ..win buu ".IUM.I
beliefs and ninae of
nies to themselves.
trnctod a gi-eat dvul of attention. j
The. colony ut South Union Ir.
Warren county, Kertucky, U tli !
last in tiie Fiat ;. At one time it
., ,. ... .1 ....... v. , ,
riage, uinl only by accessions from
! the OMt.si.le could their numbers be
Increased or maintained. For a
time they prew at a considerable
rate, but then tiiey begun to decline
and now have almost passed o,it of
Whilo men nnd women dwelt to
gether tn the same colonies, tkey
lived gepirnto and apar:. Ther;
were sepanite entraeneB to the bui'.d
j Ingi for men
stairways in tho house', and !h-! me'
roomed on one s'do ai d tin winvu
Tiny sprang from the Quakers iu!
England and dressed iu much the1
same manlier and used tho s-nel
stylo of aliiresiin;? others; nlv.ay.i
the "ilue" nlid "thou" and .the'
"yeu" ucd "nay." I
Tit, y did not lielicvo in ma!;i!ii;
oath, la offering resistance or re
taliation for any imiiositioits or
wrongs, iiiid iuiiiiife.st,l a lii:li rcl'-
1 gloim f-plrlt. They wtro very in-:
! dustrluiis and their lauil.H were kept'
at u wondertul state of cultivation;'
J they raised tho flifwt crops an-l
bred splendid cattle. Thev imjuh-
many thlrgs, sii.'i r.
brooms. pr.v;rrvts. batltets. a id
raised g inlen; nnd Held seed that
were much scuht after. In
tucky they tv.n grew bilk worms t:
a considerable, extent and m;,nu-
faeiured silk from the cocoons
Every community had IU ivvu
stores where speciultliu of the grou'i
' w-h-h offered for sale. Ituilditi.s of
j tl'e Kentucky colony which are to b"
si'il. ov:' one liur.ilred In nuiuber.
iiic'ud'i stores, hotels nil o:!,.r
struitun?. a'l In good triirtuli;;'.
Some of these buildings hair tie:
j 1 A mo. t p'cusanl surprise dliuu r
1 was given. Mrs. Lloyd Wani'c.i. "f
the No Cre.'k c ..uiuiiunlty, T'iMr? : ; .
Sept. 14th. Iu honor of hi r Sis',
birthday, whtn umny of bor tcivth
and relatlvtM gr.'hered at lier h in
with woll-ni'eil bal;eu. The trlht:ie
j was iiifih'y uppr, elated by M;.
i Woriiea and the day wus enjoyed
. by utl.
j F,;li:,wln:t Is a list of t' 11 .
'ci-t: Mr.' and f is. Lloyd V.'ortilca
mil i'uu I ter, Helen; Mr. and .Mrs.
1 H. F. Milil.iau and son, E-tii; Mr.
ard Mr's.iL..M. Ward; Mr. and Mrs.
James Lewis; Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert
Sui'to't r; 'r. toid'Mr.i. W. !'.
:tn-l b-'by: V d .Vrs. R. K. R-m,-
Ih'iiu nti.l l'.ljy: Mr. uvd ?t,-.-. TVz
Ward a ;d son, Morris; M .:,iai:iet.
jL. F. Ward, M. B. Hari'ard. Piudie
8eveiu, Godfrey Ilenueit, F.. B,
I Ward. Vlriril faii'lerftir, i:inie
' Ward. G. .i7P"ri apd two iln u jr !i -
te:-s; Miens Onlie'in Ware!. Ann '
S''ffer, Wullud i HillK, I.-11 1 Ouri
Ward, Clarice Ward, Ireno Ward,
Main,) Want. Almeda Wurd; Messrs. :
Clmrlto Ward. Wl'son Ward. 4. T).
MMHaan. 1C. V. fleuhiim. W, O. Vt rl
1 nt IjCv.Ii Ward,
I -. . . .
' Hurt ford
Heiulil, St.An the )c;.r
OH 0 CEEif
Number of Ca.-ts A!i:;.tJ)
pod i, by umri; Jur
iriali Ikan Vcsierda.
i Tli,? regular ocp'cMb'M'
i t Ohio Ureai: ( uur:. !ki-.j.
.tiny morning with ',il-i (j. i. ;;
Wil:.on. qt uwtii .b iro. :r-.id!is ai:-'
Common wLulih's A.'oii.cy Gl.jt
ii. t'ary, it' t:alhoi'i, 1 nr.;
tiie SiaK Tlitre will ii- no K"3"'l
;Jii:- this lunn and probacy viry iil-
i t.e criuiinul Iju-.ticss will vi tiktn
up. However tho fo!'t,w!t;g ( o u
moiiwialtu cases hive !-,.,;
.of, viz: Com'tii. vs. V.". C. I)a;is'i",t-
ty, charged with il'.eg.i!
t',iicatin liquor, pi".-' of ;::;:lty, l,,v
and facts submitted to Court, .ir.ti
piiliislmient lixed at (im of a .ii
SO dny. in Jii!; Cnm'th. vs. W. t:.
I)au:;hi rf y, c'..ar;;"d with iiii-SK.
manufacture of Into:;ira:l;ir liq,iar.
a! -n p!i a of guilty. .",11 line air!
Id l'y. ill jt.l. t H?,l.. li,;,f
salil 4ior4a;!fcit-h'! ai.Mjy .. ,.".
the nuH:ii"r of days ir.il'cat.l ii
uucler agreement with Common
wealth's Attorney, !i was idvv.'"
credit for said time on his n r .1 i .
Five ofh,r cnss nqiiliist the same
d'.'i''-:i(Iar.t. on s:mi!iir ciinrgi-n. were
Tiie following ci'lz'"i
Tuesday mnniius' and wr
U'.'led as petit jurors, viz.
TaH !. CV Sohroj.l
, .1. V. Cue
ltoss; J. M.
hi.iv T U lla.1, . A I, I
- : . ', '. ' ' "
C W. Foreman; Rnmiuc-y Grahtim:
J. T. Barnes; W. R. Skinner; Dick
Stivetis; Jesse Sv.-ope; n. V. It, .-I::
J. W. Miller: Harnett Tln-.Uy .ml
The following cli! l usii' ss '
been disposed or fo 11: : le.ss'e
Draco 3. Claiulc Mo.:e:, y. coii.prei 1:
e, atl'l (Hsil'i- ed : ('i- sr e.it Cruc- ' V
Co. V3. H. I... llowi :). n, e ii-u - J :
Herb, rt Mli'kiiT vj, A v;.
nii'ndute of Court (f Apyeals, ;,u
tuining Ohio Circuit Conn iu favu'r
of tlefepdant, fii 'd; Kiliert S'o'l v.,.
Mlgg e StOll. judtMe't'. for (I'e. rr...;
B mk of Livevmore v. V. ".. Ur.e
I'.ismled for want of rr.sec"t:i:
Crien Itivr-;1 Coal Mir.ir.3 Co. v.
Ohio County Ilor.ul of j'upervisorj
tri:, before Judge bettuu. 'akinz o:'
plaintiff s teitimony comple'ed ai"'
continued uuil Stb. day; K. P
DennU vs. W. H. Ma.i.! . ..M"s ".
bmich of contract, Ku'miitte:! m jary
before noon udjonrr.mt Mt : t.'-. ij jy.
There was no session u' cn.rr v -terdsy
afternoon on iii ui,t of th
tobacco rally and ne:il:lfjr a' '!
im:v. FitA7.iF.it t;oi:.
U v. T. T Kra:;ier
l:ig fir Cent nil City
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