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I COLD WAVE!
LOSES EDGE AS n mimr cm ii uuiviLu mui Disagreeable Weather Predicted for This Region. SOLDIERS ARE SHIVERING Low Temperatures Have k* Reached the Mexican r I Border. (By A4Wl;itrr1 I"? Washington. nov. u.?ry(. tola Wavo from the Rocky nioimlo111 region continued to move eastward today and freezing temperatures had extended southward to the Mexican border] where the troops wore feeling their | effects. The coldest place today was l.an-i iler, Wvo., where H was IU degrees; helow /.to. Pueblo. ' 'olorado. and Valentine. Neli. reported 8 below. J Charles City, Iowa, anil North Platte.! Neb.. 4 below and Huron. South Uakota. 2 below. The advancing cold was being fnltj throughout the middle west and possible all states east of the Mississippi river, but it seemed lo be losing its intensity as it moved eastward. Snow has been falling in New Kits land, interior New York, the Great l.ake region and the upper Mississippi valley, while rain, sleet and snow were railing In the Ohio valley and Tennessee; sleet and rain in the West Gulf states and rain in the Middle states j and Southern New England. Much colder weather is predh ted to overspread the Atlantic and East Gulf states tonight and Wednesday and the upper Ohio valley and lower Lake regions tonight. First. Snnw Fa,11 Is One Day Early \ Y ~ ? DID NOT OCCUR LAST YEAR UNV TIL NOVEMBER FIFTEETH The cold blast at the window beats; The window panes are white: The snow whirls through the empty streets; It Is a tlrearv night; ?SAKGEXT Many a poor shivering wage earner on hla way to work this morning fot got all about the election mat la not; .vat countod. and as lie hurried along 'he'firat fluttering snow flakes of the season turned Ills thoughts In a sober realization of the Tact thai winter is almost hero. All over the eltv today I he cloudy threatening shy ami the occasional snow flurries have superseded the political situation as a topic of conversation. The talk hns taken a somber re moraefnl turn and on every hand is heard the reports that a severe cold wave Is renting Others who are optimistic predict that this is to he merely a short rold wave and that Indian summer Is yet to come. Yet the snow this year is only one day earlier than it was last year. Front | November 12 to 14 last year almost continuous rains fell and on the November 15 snow flurries were recorded In many sections of the stat^, More anow fell belweett November 20 and 28. November of last year was much vrarmer and wetter than is usual for this month and (hp amount of sun shine recorded was greater than in any past, except N'ovember. 11110. Many local weather prophets predict that the month this year trill be much colder one than usual. ? <Reward Offered for Young Burglars Barlis Swimnis and Crrso Brumfield, both of Huntington, the Von nor II and the latter IB. escaped frrtn tht State Reform school at Ciruftcu yesterday. Circulars Issued by the f.cViol state that both hoys are bad ones and that Swlmms has a criminal record After breaking out of the inatlit.tior the bova entered a private resl lei.c? at Grafton and stole two pairs of tlioes, two blue sweaters and two black coats J They then entered a Grafton s.ore and stole overalls and jumpers. A re.. ward of twenty-five dollars !s offered for the return of each. Searing of Graves to Be Held Tomorrow f Ily As.tncirleil Press) WASHINGTON. Nov I t - H.e Her- j man embassy dors not brliovo fjat : Karl Armyanrd Graves self-styled !u i ternatlonal spy, secured from the steamship Oscar IT., as lie says, the letter he Is alleged to hare used In an i attempt to extort ?a.COO from Countess | von Bernstorff wife of tho German ambassador. Graves will be arraigned for preliminary hearing here tomorrow before United 8tate? Commissioner Taylor. & ?? County Court Postpones Canvass The cnur.1v rourt met again Huh morning to canvas*. the election re-' Mm*. ( omrois&ionrr Snavor wis sick and Commissioner Glover wanted to get a way arly so the hoard adjourned : ftor a half hour session at which the canvass of I'nioti district was com-: r.lftt.nl |7?W.U. Wlnficld district war rc'iijdeted ve.?-1 tcrdaj and in the two districts very few rhn lines were made. None of the i lui!iK"> yd inside will affect the result of the election. The court will meet a^ain tomorrow. M.VJCOHfANt diivo onrrnnn duio oiHrrunu MI III BAXTER 4 No Immediate Changes to Be Made in Operation | ? !' Plant. The entire pmpeit\ of tin* Stafford Coal company's initio at Baxter, will pass into control of the Mommgahcda Valley Traction eon.pany at a meeting of tlie officers ami stockholders of tho coal company at its offices in Bdl j tlmore tomorrow. The mine will start operating under M V. T ownership' Wednesday morning, \ntieiputing that | the future will develop drains on the ! natural gas supph which will make a producer gas reserve jdvtsaiile. the i Traction company is protecting its service by actpiiring ownership of what j coal ni-Mi declare is the best gas coal property in the district. Tin* Stafford proper!\ consists ot i 200 acres of the richest gas coal ia I Marion county: the mine and squip mem at Baxter, the company store and miners' houses together with several hundred acres of surface laud owned In the company. |? is the larg est outright purchase of coal proper ties that has been made in this section for some time. No immediate changes in the operation of the plant will he made, the M. V T. having simply purchased th stock of the Stafford company, tint!* r whose original charter the comput \ will continue to operate. The pros } cut com facts of the company will l?c tilled and until the erection of the pro- j duocr phMii new one* vv ftl Us i*nt?v cd Into. How soon this producer plant will be built could not he stated definitely by officials of the company today. 4 hv wuc nits ut-cii pxuiH'raiDi. uur Sal of Gordon's remains will tnko place at Cascade where the body will be shipped by rndertaker K. Mu*gravc . who has prepared It for shipment. Four Killed When Locomotive Blew Up (F.v Aswiatcd EASTON. I'a.. Nov. 14 ? Kour train-' men were killed near lluineshiirg. X. J., today when a locomotive drawing 1 an east-hound freight on the I). I..1 und W. railroad blew up The vie-1 time TVBPP nil OP.&innnn flnan.rir. ??'? ? ' brakemen. The Weather Wet Virginia Snow flurries au-1 much colder tonight; Wednesday, fair and continued considerably colli. local weather readings. F. P. Hall. Observer. Temperature at S a. m. today. :!7. Yesterday's weather, cloudy; torn ' perature, maximum. 70; minimum, 37; I precipitation, It, t oun.v nir tini iii ati (sun la ii inn:* touting tliiiik and will not lend itself lo definite predictions. "The output of the Stafford mine will he sufficient for any qantlty ol producer gas we may ever make, and it i- highly improbably that we will acquire any additional coal propertics/'said K. B. Moore. general manager of the Traction company today. Mr. Moore went on to say that the coal property, and the prospective coal producer pas plant, were not decided upon because there was a possibility of tlio failing of the natural pas supply in the near future, hut because the growth of the city niipht be so rapid as to make a producer plant reserve an advisable thin p. The idea of uninterrupted and hiehlv efficient service is behind the hip ileal. When the pas-making plant is built, it will he of the most modern, bv pro-j duct type of construction. Virtually j every particle of the coal that is used j by the plant will be turned to some' ninci'liaillllc'ihln tilfllnolnl I'nol - - .....I I many such kindred materials will be conserved and collected and will lioig ten materially the value of the coal. There are now between -00 and 2."?0 men employed at the Maxtor mine, and ' ii is probable that this number will be increased as the plant is expanded ii Ion x the lines planned Ijy the new owners. At the officers and stockholders' meeting in Baltimore at eleven o'clock tomorrow morning, new directors will he elected and it Is likely thai practically an entire new directing hoard will be selected. G-eorge Gordon Dies, Shot by His Wife George Gordon, colored, (lied at Winers' Hospital Inst night Horn gun shot wounds Inflicted accidently by his wife at thoir home in Cascade. VV. Va. The bullet- entered the abdomen.! JOBBING Guns BEGIN OPERATION iirnr iiirnurnniv ntnt ntuntdUAi Stevenson Company Hopes to Have Six Men on Road by Dec. 1. TEN MEN IN WAREHOUSE Manager Harry L. Flowers Has Completed Preparations fur ( liinninir . ? r Willi pruetually a complete stock, and everything such as labor and equipment on band and ready, the Stevenson Grocery Company 1* watting expectantly tor Wednesday, for on that day the company officially starts operation. Harry 1,. Flowers, manager of the irni. arrived from Barkersburg last Wednesday and has since that time been applying every moment of bis ttine* to completing preparations for the opening. By the first of the month, at least, six traveling salesmen will be on the road for the concern, their territory embracing ten or the northern counties of the . tate and possibly taking in sruUlcd when a Southern railroad passenger train frotn Augusta to NewYork was wrecked in a collision in 'lie yards here early today. Eight Are Killed in Trolley Car Wreck < l*y A?.?nciat??tl Pr?"s?^ KVAXSVILLK. Ind.. Nov. 14. -Eight persons are reported killed in a headon collision between cars on the Evansvillc and Eastern interurlian line at I'osev curve, a few miles front Yankoetown. Warwick county. A relief car carrying doctors and nurses has gone to scene from litis city. High Lights European War II Kit UN. Nov. 14.?The stubborn defense made by the German's of tlie positions near the Rlvor Ancre which were attacked vest'1 rdav by the Brll-J ish paused the defenders to suffer Important losses, the War office said today The capture by British of Beaumonr-Hamel and St. I'lerre Dlvion with the luteral connecting lines Is reported. I.ONDON. Nov. 14.?The number of prisoners taken by the British In the lighting oil the Ancre sector of the Somme from is now over 4,000 according lo an official statement Issued by ilie War office today. The capture of Beaumont lianiel which was reported unofficially yesterday is announced in today's statement. PARIS. Nov. 14?A Rtrong German detachment made an attack last night west of Auborlve ill the Champagne I lie war office announces. The as tiiuilt war checked by the French, j South of the Somme In the vicinity of I'ressoirc. there was active artiilerv fighting BERLIN'. Nov. .14?Russian forces have retired front the Gycrgyo mountains in northern Transylvania to the Rumanian frontier as a result at Gorntan and Anr-tro-Hungarian attack i says today's German olflelul statement. To the south of Tulglics pass, the statement adds, the Bavarian and Austro-Hungarlan battallions . havoj made progress despite the tenacious, defense of the I *. s ,v' . , j i?n iii i i iinr?> 11 111>1 ururi of goods tli.tu is usually offered, at prices thiit arc a Utile lower because of ihe size of the company and its subsequent buy!up power, coupled wltli clean aggressive merchandising methods. is expected to win for the new company the favor of every merchant in the section Several exclusive lines will to catriefl. some ol which tliey have the state agencies for. I'ocks tea ami Ureon's cakes and crackers are two ot these. Tin y also h?m their oun ?ollec roastinp plant ie Ohio :.:?d will otler to this section for the lirsi time S'evcnson's coiTee. Bevo is handled bv theiu In a number of the counties of the state and other specialties will be added. To handle their volume of business, ten inen have been employea i't the warehouse u?? j others w;'S : kely be added as the remainder '? their stocks, now o:dered. begin to arrive. When they open Wednesday at least a third of LUo . will *^A, and the remainder will be stored iu the next two weeks. Harry L. Flowers, local manager, is an aggressive, affable business man. and under his leadership It is believed the Stevenson Wholesale company will become a factor In the jobbing trade of the state. Famous Educator in Serious Wreck ' I'.y A?win ted ri-IAHLOTTSVILLE. Va.. Nov 14 ? David U. Johnson, president of Win tlirop college, llockhlll. South Carolina. and also president of the National (education Association anil eight other passengers were Injured, the engineer killed and llrcmun liadlv GREATEST WARSHIP I I A. Tlic l". S. S. Arizona, mightiest battleship In the world, is shown hero , passing the world's tallest building. ! the Woolwurth tower in New York. NEW B.&0. STATION1 ! PUNS ARE READY President Willard Says Now Bridge Would Not Affect Location. ."resident Daniel Willard of the llaltinioro and Ohio lines while in the city f?r a fow minutes yesterday looked over the company's properly here and seemed particularly satisfied with conditions here as well as afl other sections of the road. lie was areompanicd by J. F. Kcegan, general superintendent of the Wheeling system; J. M. Scott of the I Moaonguh division. A. W. Thompson. ; vice president of road with hcadquar| ters at Pittsburg; E. E. Hamilton, of 1 Baltimore, 0 I'. McCurly. passenger ttahic manager; J 11. Taggert. passenger agent; Samuel Wpllesherger. ooDiomui. ruj/ui inii;liu>:iu Ul I lip 1JJI* ' nollsville division. J. H. Petri, depart-' men! otjnwjnuuuuyo qf wjy;_^l. H.: , Cabi.l, generalbiipcrlnu'uuem of llie* I Pittsburgh lines and John Lloyd of' | the operating department. The ITesldent of the Royal Mine lines refused to have anything to say concerning tho results of the elor-1 lion. He did say that the plans for! . the new station and the new freight ' depot are prepared and that the loca-, : Hon of the new bridges In Fairmont1 i would not nave any effect on them. The special arrived at 4:1!0 p. in.' and left at 4.4ii coming 111 from Wheellug and going east via Connellsvllle. and Cumberland. building sub 10 j replace Bremen! a ? * 1 wwetit | ucuiscnianu win wot uarry Back Mail on This Trip. ; i (!>y Axsocln Prw* WASHINGTON. Nov 14.?Another . great transatlantic merchant subnta| rlne to take the place of the Urenion. | , sister ship of the DeulBChland. which j was lost with all hands on her maid- j en voyage to the Culted States now is ! | being bnllt in Oermnny. Definite information regarding the i new vessel is lacking. The submarine,' it is said here, will lie purely ntcrcan! tile in character, her arrangement being similar to that of the Iteutschland. It is not known when the vessel will be ready for the first trip to the Unl 1 tod States. The Deutschland. tt was learned today, will not carry any regular mail from the United States to | Germany or. the routing trip. Norwegians Stop 'German Steamships ir.v Associated Preset COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Nov 14. i ?The Morgenbladt says that a Norwegian torpedo boat lias Cirod upon a . German steumor vblrh rettised to p stop when passing Stavanger. The Norwegian fired a shot at tho rigging, tne newspaper says. then j boarded I he steatusr and dismantled her wireless. Since the beginning of the war foreign ships have not been ! permitted t.i carry wireless installation when in Norwegian waters. Turkey is Asked To Explain Policy iH.' Anpnciatctl l*r??59l .WASHINGTON. Nov 14. ? Secrctniy Lansing cabled instructiona today to Ambassador Elkns at Constantinople to definitely ascertain why the Turkish government declines to allow wives and children of Ametican citizens and of others who hsve declared their intentfnti ot becoming citizens to l leave Turkey to join their families | 1 era. 'ASSES TALLEST BUILDI? A ? , v. * The Arizona is passing: under the i Brooklyn bridge to enter the I* S ser- j vice for thp first time The shin is a ' i supmlrcadnaiiRht. fitted with 1J four-ji CHARTER CASE NOW li IN FEDERAL COURTi Republicans Will Again Ask I to Be Made Parties to Suit. Allison S. Fleming. attorney reprelenting the ilPpubliranH <if Fairmont i in tin; new ritv rhnrter rase. went to i j Philippi today to attend the first hear 1 tup; of Hits case in the federal court | before .JU(1 pe A. G. Dayton. This Is the ruse lleulien Anderson and others against the Fairmont l it - ' Commissioners, and the plaintiff, who is harked by the Democratic party of,1 the city seeks to restrain tlio city ui j flcluls from allowing the new charter 1 to go into effect. The case was fought out in (ho state ' courts anil the Hepuhlican committee. which was allowed to become a party : to the suit. won. and the Supreme 1 court directed that the new charter ; bs.put. ipto ?*--*,* -4 't he Democrats have now taken the ; case Into the federal court and Attor- ncv Fleming will again bo compelled ] to make a motion to allow the ttepub- ] llcans to become parties to the litigation ' ? Barchfield May Be i Defeated For Congress . (P.y Associated Press) li PITTSBURGH. Nov. 14.?The offic-1 ( iul count of the vote cast in the Thirty-!; second Pennsylvania Pongrcsaionat I district had covered two city words!* at noon with a net gaiu of 14 votes for Guy E. Campbell, Democrat, who 1 declared ho has been elected over Rep- 1 resentntlvc A. J. Harchfield by 215. The unofficial count gave the election to Harchfield hv a small margin. As a number of townships outside the city are included in the district election officials expressed the belief that the official result would not be known for a week. Girl Nurse Attacked at Soldiers Home i (By Associated Prcas> LAFAYETTE. Intl.. Nov. 14.?Miss Beatrice Compton. aged 2ft, a nurso at the Indiana State Soldiers' home, was ; ttabbed and injured seriously and, three others who attempted to defend i her were less seriously cut early to-1 day. ] t Hobart. Davis, of Louisville, Ky.. 11 employed at the home. Is alleged to j , have attacked Miss Compton and otli-j. ?rs. He was shot and subdued, but not ill o ft o- k. t a t-i ? * in niiiii .iu iinu flHUllUU IlimSPlI R ' * number of times. Jealousy is said to 1 ( have been the cause of the act. I r : r GIRL SUPERVISOR OF i I WOMEN WAR WORKERS [ I !' HISS b&WIE- MfcK&NNA. After taklns a "fourse" in n Canadian munitions factory, Misa McKeu na. of St. Tliomaa. Ont.. and graduate ' of Toronto unlTcralty, has been ap } pointed supervisor of the women work- t era in Canada, by the minister of 1a- t bor. She has specialized in social 1 work. v t? JG ON FIRST TRIP OFT ft If 1 4Mii 1(1/ :*?C. 1 ' e t rffOWUVDOD teen-inch guns and can go 21 knots a:: liour The contract price for luill ana n.u hinor> was $7.4!."?.000. which would nuke its entire cost about $12,000,000. iFwiM<T Illl111 I III I I1LUULU EXAMINED TODAY ftrand Jury Inquisition Will Probably Last Entire Week. The second day of the November term of circuit court before Judge Hay-' mend today busied itself with tlie ex nmination of witnesses by the grand iury. a large number being beard. Late yesterday afternoon the civil iocket was read and n number of case, set for the present term of UlU'l i I lit' lolluwiui: witiicsbOH were exnamed tuiiuy. J. V. Williams, Chas. i Drake, Karl West, .lass Fletcher, Jesse Suialhvooil, ('has. Anderson, Bert Iclskill, David Cunningham, Jar.. I Stewart, Uumenlck Lolarato, Tony "hci'monto. D'inieniek l.aratt, Uoriudiek Pillars, William Eimlley, U J. Michael, ,Daulfll llllihs.. Jack 'label, aline Joiihsoh, Lewis 1 lager, J. At. McDonnel, D. N. Musgrave, 11. C. Satlertield, Alex. N'Orich. Bowie Scott, Luther E. Gibson, David Thome II. E. Staley, t'hns. H. Waggouer, Jesse Brock, Laura Brock, B. L. Lock, Joe McCafforty, Millard Ixlnknid, C. S. Pitzer. Lorenzo Morrovso. Domonick Paduia, Larney Morris, .Milas Smith, Mndsay Ball. Witnesac:, beard yesterday afterloon were A. I,, lloiy. Levi Harris, Dent Tabler, Walter Tabler, Calvin lookB. Ralph Searon, \V. K. Arnett, rotn Barrett, Ewra Towels, Lawrence Sattertield, H. C. Conner, George Smith, Sarah Hutclicr, M. Gray and iohnson Bartleia No indictments are expected to he i 'elurncd until the latter part of the seek. NIANYSUGAR BEETS TO BE GROWN HERE Russia Has Sent Millions^ of Pounds of Seeds To This Country. WASHINGTON, Nov Ht?Great acIvKtt in 1 ? I l.?a ?- ! >?vj >u iut sugm urui iimuau v in | his country Is foreshadowed by the ccont record breaking imports of su;nr beet seeds. Figures made public , ty the Rureati of Foreign and Domes-' ic commerce, of the Department of |1 'ommerce indicate that for the nine nonths ended September "0, the im-j lorts of seed reached n total of t SI nilllon pounds, whlclt is a million lounds more than were imported durng the complete calendar years 1913 ind 1914 and nearly double those for he full year 1912. Before the war Germany was the iticf source of sugar beet seeds, but he trade is now in the hands of the ; lussians. In the fiscal year 1914 the t Jcrmans supplied nearly 9 million : lounds out of a total of 10 1-4 million' lounds. the remainder coming chief-1 y from Austria-Hungary. Russia and follatid. In the fiscal year 1910 Rus-I ila supplied fi.9Sl.940 pounds out of! , total of 9,042.490 pounds. It Is an interesting fact that exports if refined sugar In the first nine nrtntha nf 1Q1C ,n)nU.I I 1CB OA llfil lounds or nearly 50 per cent, more | han (luring the whole calendar year ; 915. three and one half times more han in 1914. and 26 times more than ' n 1910. 3kicago Politician Sues Five Editors (By Associated Press! CHICAGO. Nov. 14.?Warrants for he arrost of State's Attorney Maclav loyne and the city editors of five Cliitago newspapers wore asked today (y Chief Justice Olsen Olson of the Municipal court who charged crlmllal libel. 1 cull YET 1 1 ?iia I Tmnr^cinn Pfnuoilo a - > unci T*3P$8]3 Governor Hatfield Will ; Not Act. 1. CORNWELL'S DENIAL 1 (iovernor Elect Declare That He Knows of No ' ^;|? Ouster Plans. '"|ag (Sp'-'-ii 1 rhspatrh to tVcst Virginian); "I CIIAIll.KSTON. W. Vn. Nov. 14.?^?| I'p to 1 o'clock in lay Governor Hatfield liar said nothing to Imllcnte Ilia lnten-nyffi tion with reference to calling the leg* ' Islatnre together in extraordinary se?- eg? alon to lirlng alihiit changes in the ;..'?S state statutes liefore the present ad* ministration retires. >' ^IISe The iuiprnssiou obtained at the CSP', itnl that he will nol issue the call. '''.JaB The majority of the ftcpublicun Ihorters who were called here to contet. .oVSg with the executive en the subject haVu ' -vtS? left Charleston, most of them with the belief thai the call will he nmde. . CORNWELI. DEMIES. fTI.Utl.KSTON, W. Vtt., Nov. 14.? S'-tfS III a sialement made public last night .. I y Governor-eleet John J. Cornwall, be denies that the Octroi rullc party haa; '.iijgS illseiissed any plan to bring contesta vJB against itepubltian state officiala be* lieve I in have been clcetod In Wm I uesrinj s election, and sava that he would not In' a party to the unseating * ol any otf'cinls win, received thotr W38 H<>?'tioi! from the voters of West ,Vfip? )$& "I have heard of no such plan." he said, ' ami have not been consulted on ' ?. any proposition. anil those who voted '?-3 for and elected me know that I WOnlof- 'aMS not he a party to it." Hughes Has 15!? Lead M In Minnesota Now >By A socluted Press) . ST. PACL. Minn.. Nov. 14.? Hughes' lead In Minnesota wan cot t? day to below 200 with the final returni^viS Trom the 10 missing precincts ot Koft^.' chirhlng county, the complete reriiviw^ialS vote ot 8t. Louts county and> a amall utrS change in Becker county. The total.: now stands Wilson. 178.981; Hugheir , ^3B 179,186. giving Hughes a margin Oi ;. jjj President Tackles ' *j|i His Back Work'-?m 'By Associated Press) ' WASHINGTON. Nov. 14.?Presidarif vSwfB Wilson cancelled today's cabinet meetr-iOSB ing and all other engagement* ao he could dispose of the pile of ron? :-%|j tine work which lias accumulated duK: r.jjB Ing the campaign. The executive of-. >2g fleers were thronged with visitors'and fn word nns gone out that very few uf .. appointments will be made. Fatal Auto Wreck %Jj? at Rochester, Pa..fJ (By Associated Press) Rochester, Pa.. Nov. 14.?Pete Ob?t- ~ r? Ink. of Midland, was killed, and three companions injured, ono perhaps fatally, when the automobile in which they'!rjjj| were riding skidded and plunged orer tySg a 80-foot embankment at East Roches- ' Youth Accused of Robbery. CHARLESTON. W. Va., Nov. Detectives have capture* .vtlbur ons. a youth of 20 .voars, charging him ' '-S witli having robbed more than a score yys of residences in and near Charleston nS during the last week. The officer* - egjj L'lalni that Lyons hs* * maul* tor a such depredations. " notice to : taxpayers;.;! The Ihl'i lay hooks are now coic^' jjcgj ! plutcd and ready for collection. The; -tr'gjMj books for all Districts will be found ! at the Sheriff's Office dolly until' Nov. dOth. the <dose of the di>oonnt< perioil except Mannington district. HjjBfl which will he found at the Bank; 1$9 of Mannington. I'lesso pay today; as 1 have more time to wait on yon* }Jl now than later. f # C. D. CONAWAY, Sheriff| |j City taxes are now due. || and payable at the City* | Treasurer's Office, Mdhf, % roe street. A discount of;f|j 2V27o will be allowed, J ~ ~-r-nj~Lr-n-~-~-n-ri-r-n-r-'- ' 11