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VOL XXVII NO 140 PADUOAH KY TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 21 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
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MEXICO BOILING
SSEA S OF UNREST
OVER ELECTION
r a The Frontier Country is InRi i
a Foment Over Wholesale
Arrests
Opponent of Diaz Ordered
tr +
Deported From Countrypr
pa
are
arI
lT11I SITUATION IS VKIIV ACUTE OH
t was
watw
Iw
FI faro Juno 20The frontier The
territory of Mexico Is In foment to ha
day over the wholetalo 1 arrests of Tho
ilcrtd nemio of tho M ox loo tOe filE
oi mm tit It It rejiorted that Oku fifty
la twined an order for the denoria oJ
ton t of Franteco Mkdoro the Lib Tli
rrn presidential candidate now In rear
the penUfnlbiry at Monterrey Jnlle or
on the Mexican tide of the border
° i filled It la claimed literature
tens distributed from the United
on
rar ° The Madero followers atoon
nj l to haw t NCI urged to kill l guy III
In the different r
titunint authorities
town If they are denied the right by
+ 0 vrte Sunder The elluatlon I U In
Hull and ttoo are held In read PIn
e ba
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IXCli HAM I AHKKII TO 1 C
IHILSHHVi MtTlt II TV
HI I rn q Juno 250 rurloui bas
Ilir revolutionary iltuatlon become 11 j
r tin Mexican government has asked
the Inltwl Slates to take ntepi to
prerervo neutrality alone the bor
der according to dltpatches from r61
Raeo Sonora Reports Mate twot
tho
Itfthi
thtroopa
aa
t 0111 l at Fort lluncliuora have been tae
ordered to bo ready to march All 10
Meal
It can stile border have fled Into the ed
United Staten Mexican troops are
v being etatloned at the border towns 11m
m
1110 CHOVII A1THXIW ST 111
MUH COMMKNCHMIIXT ion I
At the totii > n < itcetnent exerdws of tl
t f c Mir 1 1 s Krd iii T there was aad
I ige I autlnnc present this ader
nr u HI tho Kentucky tboater TbfI
to I
I viam Mghst 230 ooloolc ando
tor
r > nuee wti filled with friends orto
1 < nsihutt and tlie Mhool Tim j the the
I i ncrjin wtit not limited to tbltb
i aira Wit t the student body ter
T splendid of her
i r paten A program
tru cal number was proimntpd It uk
the else of thi > flfl > ti coud tea er
tin of the aradcmy whkh la one of be
the oldest and most aucectul n
III1ttParullloblloll
s hoots In the city Isle l
IIIpr
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the
LOUISVILLE of tem
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pr
rtic
Sri tic
Attract Many on Illinois Central
Mxrunlon Today =
Two hundred and fifty p ttengort >
Ml Paducah this morning on the
rjwial excursion train to Louisville
The train arrived from Cairo this I
noi nine and left the Union station
it t fl50 oclock The excursionists I
s will arrive In Louisville late thin JrI
I
ly
t riiOiin and will return to Ilducahy I w
e Thin day night The excursion Itw 1
4c ne nt the lint of the summer anden I 1
wax well patronized
rhr following Is a partial lift of r fu
tho > who wont to Ixiuievllle on the I i II
S u xMirrlon Messrs A C Mitchell era
Jpe tinier H M DMlon A J Ham I
berg W K I Crowe Robert Park II L
O tjtllce Frank Rlnkleff Geo Nel to
t n It II Orsoy l Gcorgo Roper
et Diik Shorrer Phil Kothclmor Vlia II
t rn Burko Will Adam K R UlkT tI
llntvry Potter Onxir Stark Roy 10
J CL Switzer er
Honda < F M 1 Morrison
Louis Tlicobold George C abeen ad
Mr and Mrs J W Tyler Mr nnd i bl
Mrs Steve Jotter and daughter Edith SI
rl
¼ Mr and Mrs George Bernard Ifsrl
J datiieii W C Gray Bertha Wolff Jn8p
Gray W II Seek A J Roth Jalg
0
lenkfl Roy Ilallowo and daughter
Alice Jai C VVadllngton Faun k 1 b
4 Manta B J BIlllnRH Misses Loretto a
I iJllllngn Mayme Baunham Ethel Icrop I
t f
j alleyr
e Mr Ed Wheoler foreman of the II
tin shop hag gone to Louisville on
I business t
Ired Fisher has gone to Cincinnati I 1
I on a visit to friends t
Charles Seamon a machinist has d
l
1 gone to San Francisco Before re t II
JeftrleI a In
I Jchnon fight
fightt 1 traveling boiler In I I
epector of Chicago was In the city
today on business
Percy Judd and Frank Browne
Io
will leave omorrow for NaJivlllo to t
attend the army tournament
L Eo McCabe aslsstant superin I
1
t tendent ot the Louisville division
I pasted through the cUr this morning
i
Congressional Appropriation This
Session Largest in History Due to
Rivers and the Public Buildings
BillI I
Billn
Carrying Fifty Million Has
Been on Presidents Desk
For Some Time Now
Washington Juno HThe lj pro
prlatlons by congress at this aent + lon
the largest In history reaching
nOROVKlOOOO compared to 1
OHOGOOOO last year The house
s In kettlou till 1 oclock this
morning The public buildings bill
twenty million dollars won pawed
Incrcattt Is duo to the rivers and
harbor bill and public buildings
former has been waiting Tails
rtgimture for soma time It carries
million dollars excluding the
opening of two pork barrclB
There has been a saving over tact
of thirty million dollar In the
ordinary appropriation
Two nrslil > <
Wattilneton Juno 21 Conferees
tho naval appropriation bill com
pleted their work today and their
roport was submitted to the hours
Chairman Fore of the home naval
attain committee This bill makes
provltlon for the construction of two
batttetlilpt M cost rxchnslVN fof
armor and armament not exceeding
ICOOOOOO each
POSTAL HIM JIALKED
Stlint Fur Inmi Axrwnrnt on the
HlMIM MeiMlirO
Waiblngton Juno 1lnltrad of
ranching a vote on the acceptance of
e house 11011 mvtngt bank bIH
had boon confidently expected the
lonato apparently was farther from
consummation when It adjourn
today than when It convened
elate In the day and following
speeches In opposition to the house
measure Senator Bacon offered an
amendment Striking out the provis
regulating tile Investment of de
posits In government bond and the
motion was pending whon the senate
adjourned
The principal speech In opposition
the homo bill was made by Sena
r Cummins who contended that
measure was a radical reversal of
e senate bill Ho urged Mr Oar
r to reconsider his motion to con
ur and pursue the usual courts of
ikliiR for a conference To do oth
erwise would be to confess failure
raid and he would not have the
senate surrender without a struggle
struggleIsle
yoked especial objection to tho
provision of the house bill governing
e control of the ravings bank trya >
by trustees and the withdrawal
deposits
depositsMr
Mr Heyburn declared the eerve
provision of the bill to be a through
ticket for the money of tho country
to the banks ot New York without
any return
Ho said also that under tho terms
of the bill depositors might demand
government bonds which might ren
der the measure Impossible of en
forcementWashington
Washington June 21The rail
road law has many eponaors as are
auK of a semiofficial statement The
Taft Administration deserves credit
for the mod legislation ever passed
i In one session
MOTHERS ATTENTION COULD
SOT EARLY NEGLECT
Henry the 2raonthzold eon of
Mrs Odle Thomas of Shawneetown
III died at Ute Home of the FrlenJ
less at u oclork this morning Death
was tho result of neglect In the
childs early weeks of life
IChlld
Mrs Thomas deserted the boy
here at the New Richmond hotel
several weeks ago but was arrested
lu Cairo and returned hero to face
a charge of wilfully deserting an Infant
fant She was held over to the cir
cult court grand jury for the Sep
tember term nod released on her
own recognizance The child was
cared for by the manager and Cam
ily at the hotel and afterwards
placed wJ the lIome of the Friend
less It Was In a delicate condition
Mrs Thomas Is I In the city and has
been with the cbHd at tho Institu
lion since being released attending
the balrr
Tho funeral will be held at 5
ooIock this afternoon and burial
wfll ho In Oak Grove cemctoryi The
Rev 1 I W Fookn pastor of the
Dumliorland Presbyterian church
Mil officiate
GET STRANDED ON
THEIR HONEYMOON
TIIIKP nODS XKWLYWKOS THE
MAYOR COMES TO RESCUE
Trouble began for Mr and Mrs
Allle Knight early In their married
life This morning the groom had
the uncomfortable experience of
being broke away from homo Vice
Mayor Bd D llannan gave the newly
weds transportation their home In
Glade thlc morning They were mar
rigid l a short time ago and spent their
honeymoon In the south At Mem
phis yesterday en route home some
thief stow tho suit caw which con
tallied tho money as well as the
clothing of Knight from the Union
station Knight had tufllclent mon
ey to bring him and his bride to Pa
ducnh but wore obliged to call for
aid to reach home which Is near
lien ton 4 1j 1 ij
Crop Condition Are
Very Promi ring Now
IlcCrncken county pas been great I
fewn I
weeks by the excellent growing I
weather and Us prevalence has i J
caused n promising outlook to crops t t
Wheat has been helped wonder
fully and tho harvest has com I
munced All over the county farm I
n have begun tho work of cutting I
lair wheat and this week It U ut 4
Ueveil the harvest will be 01 In 4
every section of the county I
A well known farmer Raid today
lInt crops were In lino shape and
this has been great growing wealhur I
From eXl1rcllaons from other farm I
ers representing tho entire county
Is evident that all sections have
been benolltted The wheat this sea
son Is l In excellent shape and tree
from Injury to any extent It Is
prophesied that tho yield will be
good Tho market for wheat will
threshinga
Ak
being done now an farmers are
yenrsI
crop Many can afford to hold their I
wheat for some time demanding
better prices I
A good clover crop Is looked for
this year and cutting has begunI I
Tho crop Is exceptionally heavy and
the yield per acre Is largo The
drouth last year resulted In the killI I
Ing of much good clover Corn Is
good shape all over tho county
THE WEATHER
The predictions and tempera
ture for the part twentyfour
hours will be found at the top
of the seventh column on page
Iteu
rK
y r
e
and oats as well are looking fine
The acreage and condition of corn r
and oats are above tho average this n
year One farmer predicts one of
tho largest crops for years this yenrt t
Tho planting ot tobacco was about c
completed over the county last week J
and there will bo a full crop It Ist
being worked well and McCracken
county will grow ono ot Its largest
crops this year It Is said over 98
per cent of the crop Is set out prob I
ably even more than that C
11 l
Vegetables have been fair this
season but owing to tho unseason M
able weather they have not reached t
hero In largo quantities The de
mand for them here however Is
being filled
That rain yesterday was the r1
best blessing providence could have
given us said a traveling man this
morning at the Union station I
make the rounds of western Ken
tucky and never have I seen better
prospects for n bumper wheat crop
In this end of the state and In tho
valley of the Tennessee river The
stalks are so heavy with the wheat
grains that they almost break off
The farmers needed a little rain and I
II know that they are mighty pleased
jwlth tho shower yesterday after
noon Western Kentucky Is not regard
ed as a wheat growing country but
a large number of farmers raise tbeI I
cereal The cool weather while n 1
drawback to other farm products h
has been Ideal for the growing ojt
wheat It Is said that the crop fit
the best that It has been In yet s I
around Paducah J
Dr G O McKlnney left this morn I
tag for Louisville where he will 1
spend several daya with frIend t
u
DECISION IN THE
BALLINGER CASE
NEAR AT HAND
Committee Will Meet Satur H
day t te Take a Vote on
Verdict
Seven to Five in Ballingera
Favor Predicted1r
log
IDDC
DC
RESULT ANNOUNCKD IX FALL n4rr
yet
do
Washington June 1Tho Bal
linger investigating committee meets ill
Saturday to take a vote on Its de Cr I
lalou as a result of Its probe It hi t
will then adjourn until the end ot st
summer when tho opinion will be dl
given to the public at
The meeting Saturday will be per tlm
functionary The vote will be seven J 1
to five In favor of Balllnger It is be
DOW stated Graham of Illinois will
write tho minority opinion aDder
Sutherland or Olmstead the ma nl
jority Madison of Kansas the In ant
lurgent will write a separate opln n4
Ion against Dallinger c
ROtS PROMISE TO E D UI
0001 AND UtE DISMISSED I E
Upon their promltw to replace the al
property Qua Arnold Jack Wooten m i
and L O Oyerby three colored boys w
ore fined In juvenile court and the rl i
tines set aside this morning by i nl
County Judge Alben W Darkley his I
Yesterday City Engineer L A Wash nl
Ington was taking grades and placed
his note book on a mall box at nl i
Twelfth and Clay streets The boys h 1
spied the book and began trapping Ilaw I 1
over the ownership of the volume VI
In the melee the look was torn toh
pieces > It was not the value of thed <
book but the data It contained that tI
worried Mr WAshingtonII tI
MSELYA SEEKS
SEEKSNEW g
NEW TRIAL I of n
c
tl
IS CASE WHERE MISS GREGORY I
WON 1000 nUDICTg e
Jfiled 6 J
filed in support of the defendants
motion for a new trial In the suit of
lisa Gregory a pretty school teacb
er against J D McElya a promi
nent farmer of the Maxon Mills vl
Inlty At the trial ot the cult bt
fore a Jury Miss Gregory was award
ed = 5000 damage because of ataten
lentd affecting the reputation of
the plaintiff alleged to have been
made by McKIja to John Hobo Mc
Elya filed a motion for a new trial
and Judge William Heed has not
passed upon It yet of
last week McElya filed fix affida L
vita to the effect that John Bobo was n
not to be believed upon oath and a n
general attack upon his veracity n
This morning Miss Gregory filed sev E 1
sateen affidavits from Citizens of r c
klaxon MUU stating that Hobo was a IJ
reliable I man and his sworn state S f
manta were to be believed The suit u
was bitterly fought and because ot t v 1
the prominence of tho parties In theE I
county It attracted much Interest
Judge Reed will toss upon the mo of
lion for a new trial this week
In
Johnson Goes to nenoD tl
San Francisco Juno lJohnsond
will probably leave hero tomorrow l
Cor Reno He Is trying to feet traIn
Ing quarters Jeffries 1e ready t a <
tart to work at the final wordt
t
hlayor McCarthy Issued aj statement C
his morning saying he was sorry
shout the orders of Governor allr
lotto but there was nothing to d othis
low but call the fight off
1 t
BROWNE CASE I GOES
TO JURY TOMORROW r J
1
DKF15XSE CLOSES TODAY AN 1
T UlJ NEARS END I
I
C 1raJO Juno IThe refense
refenae e I
sated Its case at noon today lthI I
fcut calling Lorlmer of Lieut Gov
Oglesby to the stand Oglesbya ap
pearance here today led to the belief I
polls t
cal plot The case probably will go
to tho Jury tomorrow Frederick
Bentner a traveling salesman test I I
fled White told him be was going on
a trip and expected to get 1600 1
Captain Farleys Friends Would
Have Him Run For Secretary of
State at Convention Next Year
He Has Made I Good Record
as Treasurer aad Friends
Think lie Should Receive
Further Recognition
The friends of Captain Ed Farley
from all parts of the state are urg
him to stand for the Republican
nomination for secretary of state
next year but advices to Intimate a
friends hero are that he has not c
et determined just what he would
0
0do
Captain Farley has as state treas D n
urer as Is his wont made a host ofp
p
friends to add to the great many hol1 I I I
has always had over the entire I
state Ho has made a fine record
during his Incumbency of the officelCI i
probably one of the most trying c
times any state treasurer has had In
Is
years and his friends say he should
rewarded
rewardedFrankfort a
Frankfort and the state In gen J
eral Is ripe with political gossip Just I
now and of course the all Import t
nt topic Is who will be the nomi b
nee for governor It Is almost a t
certainty that west Kentucky will I t
urge the selection of Judge James I
Breatbttt of Hopklnsvllle aDd Judge t
C ORears friends are keenly
alive to his Interests Announce 3
ments from Frankfort are that r
while Governor Willson did not 1
relish the way ORear handled the tl
night rider cases he would support
Candidacy should ORear be
nominated
Governor Willson has already an
nounced that he would resume his
law practice at the expiration of
his term and do all be can to ad
vance the Interests of Kentucky It
has been Intimated that the presi
dent would find a place for him on
the supreme court but the governor
modestly denies any such aspira
tionsAuditor i
Auditor Frank James the prophets
ear will etand for auditor again
That Is unless be Is nominated for
governor Ills friends have hopes
a tieup In the convention and I
James being chosen as a compro I
mise
Thomas B McGregor of Marshall
county will be a candidate for at
itorncy general He has made a
good record and has received much
encouragement for his candidacy
t
JESSE EDMONDSONI
EDMONDSONIS B
IS ACCUSED M S
ALLEGES HE
ROCKFORD ILL
l1
SECURED OVER l OOOt
8WI0a
Is
IIII
tLetters from the chief of police n
Rockford 111 to Police Sergeant
fi
Llge Crete of the Paducah depart
ment cay that the wholesale Jewelry
robbery from a pawn chop there two
months ago is attributed to Jesse
Edmondson 19 years oldoC Padu
rob who was placed under arrest In
Detroit Mich a few weeks ago on
suspicion A diamond necklace val
ued at f 15000 and other Jewelry
alued at 1000 was taken from
Bdmondson
BdmondsonI Is about 75 miles couth I
Chicago When Edrnondeon was
srnttd teteeiams were sent here
hopes of finding where be took
tho Jewelry from About two
months ago Kdmondson l was In Paw
deceit having deserted from the
wUnited States army at a western
post and left suddenly He was
heard from In Detroit where he la
Sorgeanlt
Cross went to work on the case Immediately
mediately and succeeded In tracing
the Jewelry A list of the stolen
property was sent Sergeant Cross
and the list contained several ar
ticles of clothing In addition to the
Jewel Edmondjon is well known
here where his family resides
RURXED AT THE STAKE
rNtJtIO In Texas Confessed That He
Assaulted and Murdered Young
White Woman
Rusk Tex June 20 Leonard I
Johnson a negro charged with haying
B
ing killed Maude Redding a young
white woman near here was burned I
at tho stake by a mob near the
scene ot the crime
Sheriff Norwood and a posse were
en route here with tho negro when
they were overpowered by a mob
near the home ot the murdered I
woman The negro stated In his
confession that he not only mur
dered but had assaulted the woman
He was tied toa stake and after
the brushes had been piled high
around him tho torch was applied I
The fire was fed until the negro was
dead
bMr s 1 q
ELEVATOR BALKS
THIRTEEN ABOARD
CITY OFFICIALS PROVE A JOYAB
TO CITY HALL
LIFT
For the first time since lis install
atlon the electric elevator at the
city hall balked exactly at 735
oclock last night with a car load
numbering 13 Including council
men aldermeu city officials and re
porters
Irter the operator MA Frank
Donny had taken on the unlucky
number be closed the first floor
cage and turned on tho power The
elevator etartedbut as It ascended
checked and Mr Dunn seeing the
danger put on the safety clutch
ani brought the lift to a standstill
Just a few feet from the second floor
landing As luck would haw It
there was a little over a foots space
between the floor of the car and the
top of the cagfig allowing Mr Dunn
to climb down Some of the city
lawmakers were frightened and had
to bo pulled through to the first
floor while most ot them waited for
Mr Dunn to replace the burned
fuse the canto of the whole trouble
Then the elevator ascended to the
third floor
RENO FINALLY
FINALLYLANDS
LANDS FIGHT
EIGHTI I
TOWN WILD WITH JOY OVER
CAPTURING THE
EVENT
Ogden Utah June 21ooveraor
Dickerson of Nevada Issued a state
incut here this morning declaring
emphatically he wouldnt Interfer e I
with the lightr
Reno Nor June 21 Rlckan d
announced today that If Reno pay
the JlOOa licence and will guaran
tee to build the arena It can have i
the Jerrrl Johnson fight Governor
oovernorlDIlk
Dlckerson en route home said at
Dole Idaho be had no Intention of
stopping the fght He said no laws
the state could stop It A mass
meeting to raise funds was held this
morning Boosters kept the town
alive all night with celebrations
Following the announcement
Weno went fight mad and the wild
est days ot gold discoveries were
outshone today by the excitement It
believed Governor Dlckerson will
Issue a formal statement this after
noon The executive offices are be
telged by persons trying to stop the
fight
fiRhtRAILHOADS
RAILHOADS MAKE SPECIAL
HATES FOR MATCH RACE
Both railroads have granted spe
cial rates to the Paducah races for
the special day July 1 when Dr M
and Rcelfoot will race Secretary
Rodney Davis received word today
that the special rate had been
granted The tickets will be good
to arrive In Paducah June 30 and
good to return on July 2 The spe
cial rate will draw hundreds ot peo
ple to the race
This morning ti19 grand stand
was Inspected and pronounced In a
safe condition However the asso
ciation will make slight repairs and
place it In thoroughly good condi
tion In order to accommodate the I
largo umber of people who will at
tend the races
LIGHTNING HITS
THE MKINLEY
STROKE DOES ABOUT TWO HUN
DRED DOLLARS DAMAGE
ILightning struck the McKlnley
school building yesterday afternoon
during the flurry and about 200 I
damage was done This morning
Fred Hoyer superintendent of build
lags made an Inspection and found
that the west chimney was badly dam
aged and cracked besides several
square feet of slate roofing were torn
off The loss Is covered by insurance
Nobody was In the building at the
tme The building Is the second
vhool to be damaged by lightning
this year
MOST ELOQUENT
I
MAN IN CONGRESS
SAYS UNCLE JOE
t
Of the Hon James E WitH
Who is at Chtulinqna
Tonight
A Fair Sized Crowd Attciis
Monday Night
A
TOMORROW WOMANS CLUB DAY
1a 1
a large number enjoyed the musical
concert given last night at the Ghau
lauqua by the famous PIlrl4n New
haJl company The company ren
dered a fcro8am which was pro
flounced one of tho finest ever heard
la this chit The same company
gave another concert thla afternoon
at 35 with an entire cbacge of
programThe
The Rev James K Griffin the In
dian preacher delivered a strong
and Interesting lecture and at Ita
close many of the pastors and others
In the audience went up and per
sonally commended and thanked him
for bis magnificent address
Tonight at 8 oclock the HOD
James E Watson of Indiana will
deliver his lecture entitled What
Will Yu Do With JU This noted
speaker will be Introduced bit the
Hon Charles K Wheeler wtoo wja y
an associate In congress of his when
Speaker Joseph Cannon says ot Hop
Watson that be Is The most elo
quent man In the house of represen
tatives It Is needless to ear that
tho amphitheater will be crowded to
Its fullest extent ills speech will
be preceded by a shoot concert to
be venby the ParlandNowball
company which closes their engage
ment In Paducah
Tomorrow has been giver over to
the Woman club and through the
InetrumentaHt of like Virginia
Newell a musics j program his bfeea
arranged for 345 and another at
716 In which 40 well trained per
sons will takes part The reputation
of this young teacher In arranging
entertainments te an assurance la
advance that these entertainments
will be highly enjoyed and vela at
tended
Tomorrow evening between the
hours ot 53ts and 8 oclock the
ladles will sense lunch and the pub
Mc In general is requested to tUron
patrotrllxe
Shooting Follows Quarrelt
Aberdeen S D June 2110 a
quarrel over rent Nick DIscol shut
Charles Bosley a butcher In the
right breast and E M Blrdsey a
meat cutter In the butcher shop
shot Joe DIscol a brother of Nick
behind the right ear Nick fled but
Blrdsey Jumped on a horse and pur
sued him capturing him and turn
ing him over to the police
LONE OAK
ILls INTERESTING CHILDRENS
DAY SERVICE 1
BbatlN1CE
SUNDAY + i1
t
The childrens musical given by
the Lone Oak Methodist Sunday r
decidede
success There was one addition to
the church and two Infanta bap
tized Revs E R Naylor preached
to a good congregation at the even
Ing hour
The Woman Home Missionaryt
society met with Mrs A J Elliott
yesterday afternoon
The Massao Methodist Sunday
school enjoyed an outing on Metrop
olis Jake last Saturday and all re
ported a fine time Last Sunday
afternoon they had their childrens
services The pastor preached
specially to the children and took
the offering
ofY
Lovelacevllle has located with his
family at Lone Oak He has rent
ed ProtoJ S Ragsdales house un
tit he can build Proto Ragsdale has
gone away to attend the summer
school at the University of Indiana
Mr Orvell Crows and Miss Ivie
Newman both of Massac were mar
they
Lone Oak Methodist parsonage W
J Naylor officiated
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CO pft 59
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