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indigetion, insomnia; *painful pass.
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1)ISAUIAMEONT PLAN i
Iltl Seniator Finds Siport From,
'I'.i JDeuiocrit le Senattors, 3Ic~elluri
of Tenn~iessee 11111 Kingt of U'tah.
WVasulington, Jan. 27.-B~I31-partisan I
s4ll p port. fo r the naval d Iisarm11:11nclit1
moveicvitt NN as givell ill the 2;dlte to-*
(day ,(lullig (Ii-eliiotl of Senat or
lm':ihl' dis.1iriU1:ent resolution.
SC:1Io ~ ~ ),al "~:1: ~~ or an official
fdot e m i ua~ I 'mC.-t fliuik' vam W
111g ship.-. in the Aine~ eami naval pro
-j -1 A in !"e .,,lat., d~f d aL,
a1CIIL ) s'ci~ a
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LAIR). TO LIVING SON
Coroner's Jury Charges Edmund 111g.
hamn with Milling Mother, Sister,
lirother aud Sisters Two Adopted
l'amplico, Jan. 27.-''ho coroner's
jn ry, which has been investigating
the hilling on .anuary 15 of five men
hers of the Hlighaim family near here,
ritrned a verdict late last. night
char.ing dmund Higham, now iII the
Florvtnce jail with the crilelc.
'ihe verdict, delivered after about
5imites of dejliberation, holds "that
Mr.~ M. M. 1igham, Mrs. Marjorie
'a, b.S. Hiham and Johni andi Lee
l. Crackrn caie to thetr death by
ru shoit wlids Inflicted at the hands
of ' dm11und RighIamt."
Mrs. lilghamli wa the mother of
he- acrtvcel mat; Mrs. Bllack, a sister;
L.. g viham, a brother, and the two
:'ll 1 McCracken ho ys.-;, adopte:'l Chi
.ol Mrs. t iack.
' rn; begi at 2 o'clock yes
* ' m !L iI' n 5 id 21) wit
- ' L Lo ~ *(d I L! 1 (i lt t
order to accomplish the aints of the
conference there was applause. But
when a moment later the railway
mon's leader, J. 11. Thomas counseled Your C t For Higher Prices
moderation urging that paarliament
was the only authority which could
Conservative Loans Made o
give effect to the workers' recom
nendtioni there ;was 'also applaise Cotton Consigned to Us.
and It wvas difficult to determine which
section was the doniantin'g one.
Whmt Mrs. Brennbiger, of New York,
Says9 About Rat Po18s1n .. eI O( VF
"Tried preparations that kill rats,
but AT-SNAP is the only one thutt
prevents disoigrtab.le odors after kill
Ing. Also like RAT-SNAP because it Cotton Factara ad Brekers
comlies in liilnly cakes, no ni.xing with
other food. You don't .hve to dirty
youtr lnds, It's the 'best for 'household Greewvie,8. C.
ui:." Try RAT-SNAlP. Three sizes,
65c, i and $1.25. SId and guaranteed
by Latirens Hard wnamre Co., Putnm's
lFC Storeo Cmonedy signed-t U..
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