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HARTFORD, KYM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, il)-J2
LLOYD GEORSEISTfl BEATEN
wore called before County Judge
Wedding, last Tuesday, they werrt
' ... nniTlfH ri rnTIDii a"ism'Bsea' "pon motion of tho county
111 tiiillluH iLtullUli attorney. The warrants ogalnst Os-
'car Daniel, Katie Daniel, J. C.
ru-- iiu i-.:. r'- lift Ward, Cora Ward and Ina
To 44; Conservatives Have
Majority Over All of 80.
charged with disturbing religious
! worship, were also dismissed.
I According to Rey.' Nesnilth the
warrants Issued ngainst him and the
other members of the congregation
London, Nov. 16. The long drawn waa merely "spite work." lie stated
out fight between former Premier .that he was holding a revival and
Lloyd George and Sir George Young- that members of a rival faction dis
HEVVBERRY RESIGNS US '
UNITED SHIES SEHATOB
Democratic, Victory in Michigan
and Throughout Country
Given as Hcason.
PCQLiNG PLEDGE IS HELD
. - EIS2ISS IH FUST SUIT
BANKS COME TO
aid of Tin: root-
Washington, Nov. 19
i.uninn ll. Newberry, of Jllihigan, Tobacco Growers' Co-o.vratlve Asso
whose right to n place in tho Si nato elation won Its first biilt ngninat a
er has for tho timesended with vie- turbed his services. lie took out has been a subject of long and btl."r 'contract breaker this morning, when , Kraikhaw. Jr.. clialrmnn
tory for the chairman of the Union-, warrants against sciew persons ann controversy, has submitted his roa'feT.- Ju!r,e James C. Redman, of Cynthia-' ,,anco committee.
1st party. result warrants were Issued ' at;on with u request that it ha -erne mi, presiding Judge in 'the absence j Tho National Hank of Kentucky.
Yesterdays elections nave return-, effective immediately. of Judge Robert L. Stout, who 1m 111 nt Loulnvillo, and the Fourth anil
raducah, Ky., Nov. 16. Willi the
pvrml.'io of two banks, ono In Lbuis-
v!!!e and tho ot'.cr In Nar.hvillo, to
rodhroiint notes of miT.il; era of tho
1 Dark Tobacco Crower.i Co-openitivo
1 Ma: ketin;: asam Jutlon made at fniW
c:nl liiitiititlom In Urn dark (IMiict
, to the amount of J2,0U,)i'i, the re-
rnrls, Ky-, Nov. 14. The Eurlcy . volvlns fund of tho association ha
grown J 1.0 ,7,350 according to an
announcement, tr.nii.-lit by W. F.
of the li-
ma, mm m tiff.
MIS b'l SSiilli '1
Cm l;y Association Given Ja&g
ment Against Contract
i i-r .'-alia.
Con. lair I... ::,.
iliiilllU "I Vl., l!.v 'I
h ... II ,,l t ..
' 1 '.n i ..a: .nop; n:i
il.i li b war. i.i;, l.;i;.!d i- r,,a:ta
I'pun i mil ;; kin?;, ih,. i'nl an
ed a parliament with almost the; vn one occasion it is saiu mat ntj in a ott(.r ta Gov Au,x j Cr003.' up!leid tho validity of the contract Flriit X,toi:nl Hank, at Nashville
ame overwhelming predominance of the Littlo Z:on church in Ohio coun- ,,, jc mil(lo pui,iic hero tonight, M:-. lu the case of' the association againsi ,1!,ve r!, h ogriM?d to 1. n 1 any IuaU
Conservatives as the last parliament l' wnicn ne was uuiuihb services, Newberry naid h
ii.nt been imnelu.l Ga -;ett Watts. wcnlthv Fnvf.tt., nu:on in west l.en'iK Uy and V e:;t
door and ' f r, rft'.v: vrl;inlnr:1v Iwi.?iim-. f 1 1. .. I ., r... ............ 1 ,1 1.1.. .1.. TinilPf4.;in SI IlllOnil!) rT, nunnlnfinti
- ' ....... ui : ,t vuiiih; ia linn , u,ti 1 uilu 1IIS II U- . .... ....owi.i.iiui
er to tho association's petition ",,"' notes if t.:e lo: al Ianks are (
cave lndKiacnt nuainst Wuti.4 m:;blo to hand e them.
election In 1918 on V wave of grate-; members had barred the
lul enthusiasm to Lloyd George as v- " .-" " v aefeat of his Republican colleaguo, mm
"Winner of the war." him out. He said that he broke the senator Towiisend, in the election of and
In the next parliament Premier , cnaln ttna iock ana neia eervicos ( November 7. The turn of events, he for ?325 mid costs in the case. j There has been $2,077, .Itln pledged
Bonar Law will command a majority , that evening, for which a warrant ' H.M wou,i malie lt 'rmne" for him: -In its suit the association alleged the organization by Leaks in out
over all parties combined of approxl-, w8 issued against him for destroy-' lo attempt to continue his public that Mr. Watts had violated his!rl"!lt loans to members. Kentucky
mately eighty. ing church property. He insisted ' yt.rVke since he; continually would be ' contract with the association by sell-! lMUk' have promised .Sl.717.OUi;
;!lM ,.Z. (1 tll.it In- v.; ! :,;
ll'lt llli.ii i I tl o i li i lii,,). ,.,
ii.ii.u di.ite daii.ter.
'ih :,iiia:i i nle to I.ii v
GeiirTal r.ari-iiiKidii, Hi,,
(.'oiiiiiiand r-i!i--.iii-;', on We.;
r.ins statiu:; he un ;!!,
' to !),! !;i (.;,:.-;; u.j .... Oil
While this cannot be properly de
clared as a landslide as the Conserva
tives at the time of the dissolution of
parliament numbered -ubout- 383, it
amounts almost to tho same thing.
It means a parliament with little
changes, except that Mr. Bonar Law,
replaces Mr. Lloyd George as prime
minister and that the former prem-
upon a trial but could not get U.
'hampered by partisan
political' Ing tobacco pledged to the organizu- Tennessee Institutions $35'
'"tlon on loose leaf floors last fall. , t'"- Chrlwiiey Stale tank, of Chrl::ney,
Reviewing the outstanding fca- - In a demurrer to the petition the.1"'1- Ila pleased sr,,0i)i.
HKiH IX C HIC.UiO
. , .. . ., ,. , . over Henry Ford, his Democratic op.
Cniontrn nv M iler I irn ton Tift n. v
, . .t ., , ponent, h
Byi.iuoi oi ine pel iiieuiing iiiuueucei . ,
, ,. , , . . . scat In the
of religion in home, business andi
. mililip llfu unit In nil nattnnnl nnrl In-i
lers attenuated following of Nation-, tho future, there seemed to be op- holds with its members. The cao.
, . ,, , . . . . . , ,, ternat'.oMal relations, tho cornerstone . . i
al Liberals, reduced by the elections Flf EnIaCopal church the iP"'l in' ln ' Rcnll:Q- ha ( was the first one tried under th.
to under fifty, will presumably hence-1 v J woui l not he.;itate to offer himself ' provisions of the Bingham Act en
opposition, instead of j
"Th response, of the banks in
West Tennessee and West Kentucky
lures of tho eoiuToversy wlrfili -grew Tlcfeiidaiit alleged that the contract;
out of his election four years ago' was illegal. !
77,000 Contiacts Affected .have passed my expectations." Mr.
declared his right to a! The decision of Judge Dedmnn BriwUIiaw said last night.
Senate had been "fully, wa , important as it upholds the 77,-j "! I!d not expe.-t more than $1,
Ile added that if,' in &00 contracts which the eskoi iatioa . '"SO.Ootl from bo h states, and now
Tli- Si;lta:i did not
la.ive ti-.e pel e e In 1'cre
arrang.-ni: ir.a '.nre aiad
ly . This niiiiuing a car
a! II., i i;;. mi's ai ie in e
e need n.ing
iiii Ci ner
'V c p a l t!i.
si-.lu eutiance t, ill"
Shortly ai'ier .vanl,
waa bcla,? c'.;;;nueil.
the $2,000,00!) niavk has
hi;) son, I'rince i
a::; ni. r.ili. r. ;;'
JK(1 (fiietly i;ito
the iliiti.sh nar
v.!ii!e t'je guacl
the Siillan. tti.lt
.tie paia-.-e stall.
.he car and irr,v, to
al base where J.:li-
Voi th be ln
workicg in co-operation with
T.tfivfl f .,'fii'i?f.lsiti Reiitfkn
. . ,. . t , j i early next year, v. Ill be more than
The downfall of Lloyd Georgelsm i . . ' , .
Located in the heart of the busy
Loop, tho building, when completed
r.onv is r.uvTKi
nn.l vlil.. I,
, - , .... . . U.JIWIJ Aft V II tl li, u
elections. The Coalition Liberals at, dtI" Methodist auspices, It was deslg-
niitiiH in tin Hii-iiineniiiiiHirn nf 1
the dissolution numbered 1.8; they, estant morrow, Convicted In Michigan of a trial. The case va., submitted to the,
are represented it the new Parlia-, coniracy to violate election laws court oa the law and the facts.
mem Dy oniy ionj-iour meuioers. '....., . . .j,,., , ,, Senator Newberry appealed to the . The Hurley Tobacco Growers' Co- t;i.t
board of direatorj .
Nov. 18. A '
The A3quithlan Liberals lately Im-,
proved their position, rising fromj
hiriv.fnni In th a1i! narltument to I
... i . .... ,l j,,, , be devoted largely to religious pur-1
sixty-two In the niw, but they did
to h State and country. . ; acted by tha 1922 General Assembly
Coiivicted In Mieliinii j lecalifc.ng the fo:ma;ion of co-opera-
The resignation brings to an end a tlve a.i.iotiations.
fljiit which already has made pollti-j ' The case was heard1 in chambers.
'i.,l 1.11.,., nn.l ,.!.!..,. 1, ...., ...I..... .1
Wlilltt f'rbpieTllv tin-' -jiwij hu ,.iii.u it eicaivu iu lijoliiiiu.ij, w us uihtii. uiiiit uuiu
iiiu:u uc icumiu uuriy in iiiu ses- in ine loriu oi aiuuaviis wnicn nail id, uie u.iri; loeacco urowers III
sion of Congress wiilch begins to- been prepared In advance of the 'operative A.-ao; l .t ion of Kentucky
am! Teliai ssee. Tiie black pat, li had
btea divided into twe,;!-lliree di.:-
ii ,id ono dlreetor was nuiaeil
i:n u;ate,y i
taiial's liar;..- v
v.i.s lo veil t,)
.is elee.ed today' ..,,., . ,
vvl by .,i'.ini
ary enterprise, regardless of denoml-i
national control. - i
The first three or four stories will :
not do so well as they expected. -On
the other hand labor, although lt
failed to fulfill the high hopes the;
pariy entertained at the dissolution,!
has done exceedingly well,
from 76 to 130 scats.
While. the Btrength of Conserva.
Uvea U a matter of surprise, perhaps
. Above will bo o.Hces devoted to
Supremo Court which declared un-; operative Mai kiting As:'oci::tion was
constitutional the statute under tepresented by the law firms of
which he wai accused. ! Franklin, Taibot & Chapman of Lex-
The Senate llaelf, after a long In- 4ai;ion, Lad Wcrihington, ilrownins
In- 4ai;ion, Lad Vv
tl- Reed of Ma.
or buaiucss enterprises. "The build-
rising i',lg 'a otn a ParauIu aDl1 lesson,
( A deadlock exist.; in the district
c uu'.pored of t'riit-uden, Hopkins
iu.il Webster Coitntles. Ii. I Jak
soa of Dixon and li. II. Oden of
Slaughters are tin; contesting candi-
dates and the delcgules up to u late
hour tonight had been unable to
com;; to an ugn i inent.
. I .now comes ine ueienuaat uar-. ine uneciors via noni ineir nr.st
1 rett Watts and files his demurrer to meeting here Monday. The election
Kpw Vnrlf Vnv. 1R Pmalilnnt .1... .:.tn.. .1... ..r.l...l.r 1. 1.. ,.f nn:..... ...111 1... ... .1.... .1
;: , 7 V .J "1 '!: ,ha should vitalize and permeate all our' , " luw pnu ... ,...,.., ...... .., u,: ,,,.u uiue.
the keynote of the elections is thel . . Harding has written a second letter which is noted of record. Said de- Several leading growers are being
decline of liberalism ana tne grovuni in wulch ha Is quoted as admitting murrer being heard and the court mentioned for the various otliees, but .,...,,
ui me uiuui mil. ni,:'KFATOlt K Rl.ivi) l4 l,,al luc i'""'"; ainuiuo lunuru jiiu- auvlseit, it is now aujuugeu mat tne mere u iiotning taiigmle unon which
Lubur Second Strongest WKll WITH KtflHTI.Ksn hibltion has changed. It was re-' contract sued on herein, which is ta base a prediction as to who will
MAIDS XD Ml'SK'IAXS coivea today by E. C. Stokt-s of Tien- one of a number of identical con- ba elected.
Republican State Chairman of tracts entered into by tho plaintiff. Directors elected are: District No.
v.:l Ilarl:i;:!;.n an,! Xeviiif lieu,
. a-tin;; Uririi.h H!;;h ( 1,1,1; i..,.-:
er, recaiv.'.: i.iia. The f'.uliaii
iii..i!iei! 0:1 ii,,. ,
II. e iiiiti,,;, I)-.,,
v bare he wit.-;
a I 1'iMek.
i:.i r I!. .;i'..;: ,;n r.;:.ve ill
onie i'i ilia name ef iin
. .1 tl,! Ta.';;. 11 ..I'lnarch'H si t: a
font on :.!!;. .h t.rriiory. 't'-i
; G ir-
declared Bishop Thomas Nicholson
in his address.
"It Is a symbol of
Ventilation finally continued his ti- S Reed of Maysville. Judge. Goorg-
tie to a seat by a margin of live C. Webb of Lexington, was legal
votes. In the campaign Just closed ' counsel for Mr. Watts.
ine courts decision in tne ca.se
was worded as follows:
"Now comes the defendant Gar-
the case was an issue in many Slates.
IIAUD1XG TALKS V. S. TKK.M) WET
aii.ur.j; that h- '
ii.'.l was in re'y
The Ma.'ay.i st
ale.y for M :!:a
v.ill be rcc. ived
destir.ation cf tli
It is too early
tangible idea as
ti:at be I'.-il .;
i.itt or cire.it i
r.;.s "r.ot iib.l
I'.-mot : ; 1 r 7
" t i in.
amei! off imuiedl
wiiere iii;ru -t-'ons
us hi ,!le eV, 11; i;al
as yet lo g; t any
to ..iiat effect th,"
The position now is that Labor Is
the second . strongest party In the
houte and ln what looks as the im
probable event of the present govern
New York, Nov. 16. Miss Wlnl
fred Holt, her wedding march played
The first letter
ment suffering in parliament, "i ............ Mrs. Douglas Uobiuson, Republican 3ociatlon.
would be to the kauor party mat tue tQW BlshtleBg bridesmaids, was mar-, ISati0Ual Committeewoman and sls-
King would naturally turn for a new i rled t0(,ay t0 Rufu3 Graves Mather '. tur uf the late Theodore Roosevelt.
with diii'trent persons, is binding on 1, Reams D. Farmer of Adam-;
was received by defendant as a member of said as- Tenn.: No. 2. R. J. McDanit 1. Snrlns-
Oilier Suits l'liuuicd
It is further advised that tho de-
lleld, Tenn.; No.
Cook, C'larksville, No.
of Princeton, N. J., ln The Llght-
hlie read extracts from It at a meet- murrer of tho defendant through ' fieid, DicMlen, Tenn.; No. 6. Ed Wil
Another striking ieature oi i"e nouse ono ot tne refugos she estab-, luS t the Republican .Neighborhood piaiutill'a petition bu and the same liamson, Fulton, Ky.; No. 7, W. F.
elections is that the women voters ,i8ned for tne bIind Association. 1 is hereby overruled. j B'.adsbaw, Taducah ; No. 8, Boone
ha-ve uuen an unexpecieu ovrou iu- mind men, women and children! me seconu letter is an answer to. Now comes defendant and files Hill, Marshall County; No. 9, J. IS. 1
terest ln the' struggle, their partlcl-' . . . . . hndreda , go..ietv foik a communication which Mr. Stokes his answer herein, which is noted of Hewitt, Princeton: No. ln. R
as guests. mo cereiuuuy was per-, ., ou
than anything else for the exceeding- fomed by mbop Manning of th-j wet victory In the New Jersey elec- as to the
ly heavy polling. But, however keen' , dt(M,4 . New Ym.k. tlon and suggoiitlug that liberalise 1 js owned an
their interest in political life, they . Wfclifine dowrv wa tion of the Volstead Act might be an'aut in 1921 tho law and facts are ' Trenton : No. 14. W
do not appear to be in the niood to BWoUen at the bour ot tne cereniouy aJvisable policy for the Republican 'submitted to tho court, and it is now Cadiz; No. 15. N. T
pation probably accounting more gueBts. The ceremony was per-,Bont t0 tb0 l'te3iaent reviewing the record, and there being a question , Cooper, llopkinsville; No. 11
iiiioiint of tobacco which, Jones, llopkinsville; No. 12,
and grown by the def i ud-. Dc.y, Fergu. ou; No. 13, Frank Camp
elect women to parliament, only La'
dy Astor and Mrs. Wintringhani, al
ready in the house, being returned,
by many cash presents, which are to Part)'. Mr- Stokes declined to make adjudged that the plaintiff, the Bur- ruy; No. 10, Dr. D. W. Doran, May
be applied toward liquidation of a public tho contents of the President 3 ( jey Tobacco Co-operative Assocla- field; No. 18, Jesse Farley, Hendor
1100. 000 debt due on the Paris Limit letter. , lion, recover from tho defendant sou; No. 19. G. W. Hill. Calhoun:
There . are still ten seats, the re- n0UBei whlch Miss Holt founded dur- Tho communication, however, was Watts the sum of $325 and costs No. 20, p. M. Humphries, Hawes-
ville; No. 21, C. A. Rogers, Owens-
suits of which will not be announced
tonitht, namely, some ot the unl
ing the war. (quoteu as similar to ine one receivea therein."
President Harding in a letter to W Mi'8- Robinson, and the President, The Watts cube Is
Sultan's flight will have on the local
situation. The Keiualisls. ii is uei.-
thoaglit, will endeavor to
make It appear that the Sultan fled
under British pressure, it is declar
ed in British quarters, lio.vever, that
there it not the slightest foundation
for such an alienation.
Apparently the Sultan did not
wi;-h lo face the nrilieil nt Hi..
Nc.. -J, Claude; s.,lan,iw , ,,m,.t .i , i,.,,,i. , ....
Sultan ut mosque, which occurs oi
Friday, the Mohammedan Sabbath,
at noon. The Selamik last Friday
was a somewhat palhetle spe, tacle.
which the Sultan carried through
(wlth courage and dignity, but it is
thought he feared uu uttempt would
I by made upon his life on the next
I'p to 1 o'cliuk this afternoon o(!l
ciuli, at the palace adopted the course
of denying that the soverlgn hail
lift. When they wcro asked why
the usual Friday Selamik was not
held, they answered ibal the Sultan
versities and "distant scattered Scot- Mlgg HqU expre8ge(1 dlsappointmeut is Bh;a to have declared in effect that number of prosecutions to bo iusti- Auburn.
isn lerruones, wmtu ..um hlll nft,.,,iltf lo attend
. , , . . , .. i ..
the wed- while he did not expect the Elgh- gated by the association aguinBt
suits may not be available Delore .. teenth Amendment to be repealed, members who violated their con-
. Saturday. , there wus perceptibly a change !u tracts by offerlu? tobacco sale in
.otewoitliy Casualties 3 DE.VD, U Hl'ltT IX STILL BLAST the public's uttitude toward prohi- the Independent loose leaf ware
There have been mauy noteworthy - b.tion. This change, the Presideut houses.
, ualti.es among all the parties, thej Chicago, Nov. 17. Joseph Verdonl Is reported to have said, probably j ..
1 ost striking perhaps belug the de- waB under police guard ln a hospital would rebult ln slight "liberaMza- i'. I). (, to FINISH DAVIS
1 t of Arthur Henderson, Labor ( today and may be charged with Hon" of the dry law. . I SHAFT WITHIN XKXT VEAlt
J utder, and Winston luurcuiu, iorm- manslaughter as the result of an ex-; Mrs. Robinson Issued a statement
I " ' WUS EUn. l'll'.L' from I, lenl en 1,1
the first of a boro, niul No. 22, J. Uuthrlo Coke,:
THIS IS Wl
No report has been received from :
district twenty-tliree, composed of
the border counties.
! Washl.,glon. Nov
lowing iiuminary ot '
...... . ,
er colonial secretary, ana tne over-, plosion which killed bis wife and t v"ay in which she expressed regret j Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 17. The Grower Co-operative Association
throw ot five members ot the ueWUttur daughter -and a neighbor's son at publicity declaring that the letter ( United Daughters of the Confederacy voted by mull or In porsou In the
administration for whom safe seats and injured at least nine others, in- wus leceived before the election and 1 will complete the Jefferson Davis election of delegates, Friday. Quite
will some how have to be found. j eluding Verdonl. last night. ,exolalned that she read the extracts 'monument at Falrvlew, Ky., wlthiu a number failed to sIku their ballots.
The defeats ot iMT. Churchill, SIrJ The police today attributed the to "bhow her lellow workers in the the-next year if a report aud rue- thus Invalidating them. There were
Hamar Greenwood, former chief sec- explosion to "as accumulated in ussoi.iutlou the patience and conii- oininandution ot tho Davis Mouument tour delegate to be elected from the
retarjr tor Ireland, and Frederick O. connection with two alleged moon- ousuess ot President HardinB. ( Committee read before the annual elylit names printed upon tho bal-
Kellaway, former postmaster general 8aine mils In the basement under Com er-Jourual. , coiiveutlon here today is adopted. lots. The successful candidates are
were two sever blows to Mr. Lloyd ( verdonl's store. j The lommitte recommended that Messrs. T. It. Black, O.-esr L. Shulu,
George, who, nowever, naa me si-j A theory that bomb possibly ut.-N. Vt incur is pledges be taken from the floor to WuUer Mldkiff und Henry Greer.'
DKAD IX TKXXKSSKH raise $30,000, the remainder of The standing of the eight candidates
lfl. The f'll-
TOltlCt'O Assoc 1 IT'ov lowing miminary 01 tne results oi 1!;,,
DKI.KtiATKS KLK(TKI) ,'lL'c'lio"! u IksuciI today by the
bourd of temperance, prohibition un t
A large per emt of the Ohio Conn- mibliu "1(,,''ll!, of the Methodi.,
tv members of the Dark Tl,. n Epiwopal church:
istaction of' seeing his son returned had wrecked the building, causlug a
by a big majority, while both his ( ar6i WM abandoned. The police al
aecretarles, 81r Edward M. Qrigg and t0 (0und a fifty-gallon drum of alco
0. H. Bhakespeare, were elected. - hoi in the basement.
Immediately after the explosion, Wright, who died at his home here r RIGHT-OF-WAY TO
Wets reelected lo house, 79.
Drys reelected, 224.
Wet new members, 54.
Dry new members, 72.
Drys gain three votes in senate.
Ohio majority against beer, 137.
000. California passed bone dry Wright
law by a majority of 60, One.
KOi'iil'OHT P. T. A.
'Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 18. Fun
eral services ' for General Lukel
the is giveu below:
i T. H. Black . .
. . .743
ALJj WARHAXTH ARK DISMISSED flame, enveloped the building, trap last night, will be held tomorrow.
ping the occupants. General Wright, was a former.
Donning a gas mask and ordering Secretary of War uudur the admlult-
uecessary to complete
The P. T. A., of Hockport had its
regular meeting Thursday, Nov. 9,
with a number of enthusiastic niem-
MADISOXVILLK OBTAINED Henry Greer 369 bera present, l'laus were made fur
Will Brown 334 a big Thanksgiving dinner to be gtv-
, Oscar L. Shultz 583
, Walter Mldklu 434
, 1 .. t Vaw
""' " ; ' " i Donning a gas mask and ordering Secretary of War uudor the admluis-. Madlsouville, Ky.. Nov. 17. With James Withers 294 en In the Masonic building. Every
"-' t xJ t B0ttl hut bis chauffeur, Charles irauon 01 rresiaeui jtooseveit. He u ot the right-of-way obtaiued, the Hiram Miller . . 282 oue is cordially iuvited. and a p-
Neswith, Baptist clergyman, ot West Br-Ui ,0 ,ollow milk Braband. reslgued to resume the practice of Illinois Central Railroad Company J. W. Poster 248 clal Invitation Is extended to each
Louisville, charged with disturbing BjittaIloB r,M Chlef, resjiued three tuw (a Memphis. will commence construction wort at The four delegates went to Cal-' member ot every P. T. A. Ii the
..... r, ,w t,i,Qren. uenerai wriguis oeain was early date on Us line extending houn, Saturday, where they partlc- county. Come and
hastened by Injuries received In a rom Dawson 6prlngs, passing near lpated In
operating and managing a lottery. The Hartford Herald, S1JH U-e year tall down stairs several weeks ago. uis city.
county. Come and enjoy a real
the electiou of a director Thanksgiving pMuuer and boost the
for tho Ohio-McLeun district.
schools of your county.