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YEAR BY BOARD
County Commluioaoi Decide
That No Decrease Con Bo
Mad# As Yet
SPECIAL levies for
Awerasboro No. Has Lory Of
SO Coats For White And
20 Conte Far Colored School
—T ownskip Treasurers
Most Report To Auditor By
10th Of Month.
The Board of Count; Coouniaaioti
era met early Monday morning and
atayrd on the job tin lata in the after
noon. In fart tha iun got tired of
watting for the County rath an to
finish their labor* end hied Itself be
'low the bortaoD. In the common ver
nacular. tha Cotamitaloaem were “In
a sweet” all day, what with tha rou
tine buainna which Menu never to
diminish in volume, the Axing of the
tax levy for the good year 1922, and
last, but not at all toast, passing op
os petition* for adjustment of ladtw
dual appraisement* of property where
owner* were not of a decided opinion
that they were liable for toe much
trihut* tr> fiMiT ihnnld the •tertuam
Ur valuations remain, the asm* until
the tax books were mad* oat and
placed in Che hands of the high sher
Ths registrar and judges of~ elec
tion of Duke school dietrict No. 1 re
ported the result of election held on
April 29 as feUears: Registered 27,
<or 28, against 1.
The registrar and Jodgra of elec
tion of Averaaboro school district 4
reported the result ef election held
oa July II aa follows: Registered
118, for 81, against 18.
The Board passed an erdar calling
for Up resignation of W. H. Johnson
aa road commissioner of Johnaonville
township, he having movad out Of
ths township, “or show cause why
he should net resign."'
due deliberation that they could not
gat along and live In peace with the
creditors of the county unless a rate
M least as high aa that ef 1921 wae
levied upon the property of it* eitl
sens in 1922; and so the rate remains
the same aa last year—twenty cents
for general county purposes, desig
nated as follows: county uses 18c;
bonds, 2c; bridges, He.
Chairman J. M. Hodges and the
member* of the Board of Education,
backed up by Supt. B. P. Gentry,
made representation to ths County
Executive* that fifty cents would be
required to meet the obligations to
be undertaken by the School Board
tor the session to come. Tall figur
ing was indulged la- by both boards
la an effort to eon vines themselves
that this levy could bo lowered bat
cold facts and ststioUes Would bob
up at every turn and show them that
It was mil a mistake, and that “yon
can’t get something for nothing.’’
Standing oat as a patent fact was
the intense Interest that haa been
aroused Batons the eittaenry of Hsr
Mtt county ,n the acbool system.
Both men and women from all parts
of the county aaam determined to
see that tbs achoola are taken ears
of In tha proper manner. As Chair
man Hedges exp rased It, there Is an
evident overturn of sentiment in fa
vor of better schools, consolidation
er no consolidation. Sines the peo
ple hast been gfvan to understand
that they ware going te be allowed
to'Tsass their way about it, there baa
come about a wonderfully healthy
growth of sentiment favoring equal
opportunity for all. the children In
the public schools of Harnett county.
The cbmmiseonera of education as
wall as the eoihmlseienert of county
■••I" agreed that the people were
right In wanting aaspla school fadll
tlea and so the tfty-cent levy was
ordered that the eapesieee of running
tha achoola might ha mat.
fToltanrUff m the WrW« to take
ears of tha speeial taxsa voted In tha
various indtsidue) school districts:
Anderson Crash—No. 1, Me; No.
8, 80c; No. 4, 80e; No. 0, 80c.
Asasushoro—No. J, BOc; No. «,
80c; No. 7, 16<; No. 8. aOc; No. 10,
80c; No. 4. 80c.
Barbecue—Ns t, ltc( No. *, 80e,
No. 8, 80c; No. 4. 80c; No. », s«a.
Bleeit River—No. 8, 80s; No. 4,
\ Buehhom—No. I, 10e
Otuva—No. l, tOo; Ho. 8, 18c; Mo
8, 81.80; No. 4, 80c; No. I. 80c; No
8. 10o; Me. 7, ltc.
Hectors Creek—No. 8, 18c; No. 8
*8e; No. 1, 8So.
LBUagten—No. 1, 80a.
NrfHa Create—Mo. 8, l«c
•*<aasl« Crash Ms. I, lie; Aa
•“ UAndeo. t*.)
CWM Lfttla pbrer — He. I. 88a
> -it, 'e
1U AUVAntt LUI (UN
Aimietlin Direct* That Amount Be
Fined On Cottm P*Nnni
ANer September T
Raleigh, Aug, 8.—The axocuttre
committ*« of the North Caroline Cot
ton Grower* Cooperative aaaociation
waa authoriacd by the board of direc
tor* today to Ax the amount of the
advance* to be made member* on the
cotton delivered to the aaaociation af
ter September 1. The amount will
be around SO par cent, it waa indica
A. E. Bing, national bank examiner
for the North Carolina diatriet with
headquarters In Baleigh, waa elected
secretary and treaaurer of the asso
ciation. Mr. Bing waa for 18 year*
connected with the National bank of
Elkin, Weat Virginia.
Genera] Manager U. B. Blalock
waa authorised to aecure new quar
ter* for the association which 1* now
housed in the State School for the
Blind, but moat move out early in the
The association la thinking of mov
ing into the Academy of Music build
ing in Baleigh and if this deal goes
through it will mark the passing of a
theater that haj seen all tha notable
actors and actresses of a half a ren
Naw Postmaster Gets Down
To Work At Duke
Duke, Aug. 8.—With hit nomlna
tin** alaaeile ewaeatfl— itai k. ik.
end bis so mm lesion received two day*
■go, 0. R. Bimpson Tuesday assumed
charge of tbs perl*Ac* here. The
poetofflee situation hat W.en hanging
Bra hart for several months, however,
until ooly recently when it' was a
certainty that Mr. Simpson would
cross the line ahead of the others.
Tha new postmaster' has bean a resi
dent of Dolce for more than fifteen
years, and Is a staunch Republican,
tiring bean magistrate kero for sev
eral years. Mr. Bimpson has announ
ced that, beginning immediately, ha
will observe new office hours, espec
ially during the morning, when the
train leaves early. Ho will be misted
by Mias Eunice Byrd, who has as
Paso mad Mass
A recent trial In the local record
er'* court brought out s*iae impres
sive statements. A mother indicted
hor husband for assault spon her.
On* of the children in the home eras
placed upon the stand and ashed jrhat
be knew about the affair. “All I know
is that they base been raising hell for
tbs last BO yearn,” was his reply. He
snsa referring to his father and mo
ther—"Happy Jack," Uunborton Ro
Along Durham and Soulhera
A correspondent of the Apes Jour
nal, tails of several Urge families on
the line of the Durham Southern rail
sray. 8. B. Adcock has ton children;
W. H, Gregory, at Angler, nine boys
and girls; Gurtln Metthesra, Barclays,
sille, 15 children, 7 sons and 8 daugh
ters; exaheriS Turlington, of Lilllng
ton, 14 children; a Mr. Ferguson, who
lisas near New Hill, has RO children.
The Utter has been married twice.—
No. 4, 15c; No. 5, 20c; No. 8, 15c;
No. 8, 80c; No. 10, 80c; No. 11, 20c.
Buko— No. 1, 45c.
Aseiaaboro—No. 1, 80e; Barbecue
No. 2, 20e; LUUngton No. 1, *0c;
Uppor Little Hirer No. 4, 20c; Stew
arts Creek No. i, 30c.
Special Reed Tea
Following arc the township road le
Upper Little River—20c
Bockhorn — 20c
Upon request of the officials of the
Harnett County Agricultural Pair as
sociation, the following resolution
Bo it resolved by the Beard of Con
mi salon era of Harnett County
That ne circus menagerie. wiW
weat show, deg end perry skew, ear
nival show, shall exMbit witkla flve
■dies of the pAlic fair grounds ei
ths Harnott County gricnttural Pah
association. Inc., of Duna. N. C
which la a regularly organised sgri
cuHaral fair of Harnott soanty. from
Its beginning an October 13, I8M
to He ending an October 13, 1833
both dates Inclusive.
That notice he invert to the sherif
*t Harnett county net to Issue fuel
| Iteeaae to said asrtorulaaseata dxt
days prior to the date of aoah a*M
I (CeeUsned on p^e 3)
CAMP BRAGG PAY
CommiMnt Will Malta Final
Payment of $872,000 For
Newt and Observer. *
Pinal paymanla aggregating 8872,
000 far land taken over by the Pad
rre] Government for the Camp Bragg
reservation Krill' be mad? this morn
ing when W. H. McDonald, acting for
the War Department turns over to
the Federal coart a check covering
the balance dao former landholders
in tha camp area. Payment* will in
clude interest at 6 par cant on bal
ance* since last Decomber.
, With the payment of the last of
the claims today, the Federal court
will have done with the litigation
that at on* time carried 729 separate
action on the calendar. But the liti
gation Is not over, nor will it likely
be over for arveki to come. Next Mon
day morning it coma* up again in
Hoke coanty court when K 8. Smith,
who represent#*! numbers of the
claimants In coart hart, rats hia eb
on U to collect hi* attorney's fee*
Payments to be asade today will
bring the total to f 1,800,000 for the
122,000 acres of land Included In the
artillery reservation. ADproxtmatoly
(800.000 was paid oat in private De
foliation* for tkt purchase of land,
but owner* of the wet of the area
brought their claim* to Federal ceart.
Hearing the evideacei in the case
confirmed many weeks and judgment
we* signed last December.
Appropriation* were Inadequate to
make payment at the time, and only
recently has Congrem made money
available to settle the last of the
claims. Tho government has now clear
till* to practically oil the land in the
ramp, with the exception of three or
four small tracts aggregating about
200 acres, aad raised at 12,004.
Claimants of tbit land have never
Neill A. Blue is the largest sharer
in the money to be paid eat today,
deed dollars Alt the litigants have
signed deeds to tbs property. This
entire negotiations have been con
ducted by Mr. McDonald, wno has
been with the War Department Land
Office for many years.
A publication called The Budget,
organ of the National Badge! Com
mittee, makes out a very 'good case
for the budget system, but at the
same time gives, incidental evidence
that even the budget system It not
sufficient to an the Government
embarrassment on. its economy pro
mises. “The Administration," It says,
"naturally and rightfully congratu
lates itself upon the conclusion of a
(seal ysar which began arith a pros
pective deficit of 124,448,706 and
ended with a surplus of receipts over
expenditures totalling (918,801,651.
10, the National debt, incidentally,
having been reduced by (1,014,068,
844.28 while a balance of (171,105,
512. A3 remained in the genera) fund.
Bat these economies and savings
are no economise and savings at alL
.Secretary Mellon, htmnelf, lost April
spoke of the apparent aarplas sstab
itehed as only “a shift," and ha
warned that much of the reduction
In: expenditure* “was merely post
ponement of payments," and that “s
correspondingly larger deficit would
arise daring the decal yoar 1*23" So,
while the President has bean "point'
ing with pride" hie Secretary is paint
ing to a warning la support ol Secre
tary Xenon's frank ad natation and
dagger signal, William P. Helm, Jr.,
contributes to the same issue of The
Budget an article shewing that addi
tional taxes seem "insperetire." Ha
says the American people face' higher
taxes daring the present fiscal year.
Our Vcelpte be declares, will ha
leea than we had ftrnred on; ear ex
penditures more. Between the two,
President Harding aanoonecd at flhn
recent meeting of the BoXneas Org
anisation af Gorcrnmenl, there l* aa
unfcridgcd span of »«*1.000,000 II
Greet Britain falta ta pay Interest an
money lent bar hors daring the was
the discrepancy will approximate
Against this hags exeeae of expen
ditures over receipts then should hi
deduced as an offset MU,000,000
representing the general balaact ir
the Treasury at the dose of the paal
fleeal year. The act deficit therefor*
to care far which a way miA hr
found aa surely as the day fodowi tin
night, *411 ha not lees than MIS/IOO.
000 and if Great Britain dtoald fai
ta pay Uta 1100,000.000 interact ex
P*«tod, the act deficit would raagl
' Thus the prospective situation Is m
■ admittedly had that *B attempts t
edmeu flags ft have been chemises
of the I
17,000 maipbar* the North Oaro- i
'.in* Cotton Omwvra' Cooperative Aa- I
location, -wtllfbe received at about
120 point* hi Ifeg State, according to <
B. P. Blown, manager of the w»n
hoaiv department. Thoac points are
«o distributed Aa- to bo of the great
eat ecconunodptloB to Ac member*.
Only in leolatM instance* will mem
ber* be calledfo bo *hlp their cotton
end in ell n4 ran, freight charge*
will be padd tyy the Amoctallon.
Of the IBB feoelving point*, about
70 win be dBlebumm. end the re
mainder vrtn he shipping points, **
Ivctad for the eonvenlencv of mem
ber* living 4 odoalderuble dlrtanee
from a designated warehouse.
A mentor map deliver hi* cotton
at on* of tta designated warehouse*
yn any burtiUm day. The warehouse
will receive, -Weigh, tag, sample and
store the cotton for the Association.
Be will give,the member a “pertlcl
petlon receive memo random copy.
The member heaps the copy a* bis
evidence of*tdeUv*ry and may take
the original jEo Us hank, which will
make him lb* advene* payment in
the amouah^eiboriaed by the dlree
A membenebo doe* not lire near a
'leiigneUdHpiltdhoa** may deliver to
the Cotton mmeciatien ait aa appoint
ed ehlpplagpdhit. An agent of the
Aeeoelatlew ptfe-he at each Slipping
paint eti uN* day*, at least on*
day in veiMe>y and mere if nee**
nry. Ho tag, aaatplo and
•hip tha tha Aaaactatiaa.
Ha will of the aa
laoiiitc with mom
Tha masher bMpa
•ad ha a original of tha
hill of bank, WMeh will
A a leag diitanca
from intom or aMp^
pin* rip direct to tha
tag to each
of tha aaao
elatloa a loan at once
on Ma far
1 ward tha
arin ba aa
AM n&w dlip e ltd
Um yirpli. |f.
WASH BRYANT FREE
UNDER $l,C::i BOND
It la Llkoly That Now tmdict
menl Will B« Sectored
fuwa and Observer. •
Wash Bryant, notorious character
if Harnett county, wfce waa laat Do
wmber aantancad to three yuan ia
ha United State* prison at Atlaata
>y Judge H. G. Conner waa yeeler
lay released apon a bond of f 1,000
for hi* appearance at the next regu
ar term of court ia Koeeober, fol
owtng the return of the prisoner to
he coart apon * wrK of habeas cor
>u* issued by United States Judge
taranal B. Sibley, oi Atlanta, Ga.
The priaancr was granted bail yee
erday by Judge Connor, apon motion
for the defendant, bat It ia eon
idered probable that the District At
omey will secure another indictment
rorn a grand jury and andaaror to
ia»o Bryant returned to prison.
At the trial last Dec rasher, the de
Vndant'a sons teadftod that they bad
won forced w work at a whiskey
till hy their father and a number
if prominent eittaens appear to taaft
'y to (he bed rapaUtion of the dc
ondant, who was ones triad ia Use
rtfs. At thr time, tba east was pro
louncad on* af tha moat aggravated
rrer brought to trial bora aad was
•no of tha vary faw id which Judge
lonnor baa hmpaaed the full liaut Ba
ler tha Volataad Art.
Bryant* ralaah* waa affected apon
i pare technicality Under tba pre
miere of the federal coart a first
ffanae far violation of tb* profalbi
Ion law eon bo tried on aa ■‘iafsamm*
lon* furbished by tha District At
ornay, each a ease being a miade
aaanor with a maximaia punishment
if ala naoirths Is jail. la order to
OBviet for a aaeoad off ansa, which
tenalu of a sentence In tba peoiten
iary. tber* moat b* a trne bill ro
nmed, specifically charging a aee
wd offense. Oaa af tba eaaes was
dared on lb* doebot aa an **iafomm
i*o" and a true hfll am* found la tbs
ours* precluded the prlaaa sentence,
lawevar. sine* tb* prayer far judg
asnt waa continued is tb* other case,
bo Georgia judge refused to release
try ant, ordering him returned to this
liatrict to be reoentescod.
JAILS AND JAILEJLS
"The sheriff shall have ears aad
-ostody af the jail la his cornsty; aad
dtall b*. or appoint, tb* hooper tbero
>f."—C. 8. 6944.
Occasionally la North Carolina out
aay find tb* sheriff himself in chart*
>f «ho jail. More often n deputy sher
iff, or jailer, appointed by tb* aber
ff I* l» charge. He is ueuaUy paid a
certain amount par prisoner, par day.
la moot of tb* counties the jailor
Irvotas a part of bia time to other
pursuits. Ha may perform other du
ties aa deputy sheriff, or ba auy
engage In aoma trade or baste am cat
Uraly unconnected with bia datioo a*
jailor. It is not ucusual, tbersfore,
to find the jailer's wife, or daughter,
hi active charge af the jail
In a county jail recently visited by
a member of the staff of tha Com
Btiaaioacr of Public Welfare a Fed
eral prisoner serving a sentence car
ries the hays. At tha tlm# of tha visit
be happened to hi** walked up town.
No one could got into the jail until
At least three count!** bavs, or
have recently had, negro jailers. He
stay not be the officially designated
Ifiilmp kill km um im’n Ik. ■- — - -
Ume ego a dletingUrtiad me from
another slate visited the Jail [a a
wealthy aad yn many reepaete pra
grcetlee county. Ho wae shown
through the Jail bf the negro Jailor.
Ho wae conducted through tha while
men'i ward; than through tha negro
men's ward. They than earn* t« tha
untie nee to tho white eoam’i ward.
The negro Jailer nuertej hie key and
without any other rigaal throw open
tha door. The * latter iatpseud tho
ward. They came to the entraaea to
the negro wemin’r ward. Tha negro
Jailar Inserted hie key sad without
farther signal opened the doer. This
negro man still carrier the keys U
H Is a rare rxeepUen to the gas
oral rule when eat ftnde seen la
tho moot po pul our rouahles a matron
ia exclusive <barge of the wemeu'i
quarto re la tho Jail The Jailar ear
ries tho kayu to erary apartment aad
has free aeesat to erery cell at all
heart. Ia a ratal! eeosty some «<—
**» *h* Jailer became so Inf stoat*
with an attract!re prostitute who weu
confined la the Jail that whew hei
ttaM was ^ he dlesppearnd with her
to some later, aad It ia tha hatto
M l»w H haaraUy. la fast
*“t »*» has tow bream i the par
of wledom^—Charlotte Observer.
GOOD PROGRESS MADE
ON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
la lyite Of Palayi IglFhlial—l
Jarvis la Oalateg Imdly Ok and
—RaaU^ After HslUUyi
• Ahl.oegb band leapt id by the de
layed arrival of material Beaded ia
construction. H. 0. Jarvla. who bai
direct charge af tha work aa tha. new
grammar aehoel situated at Km soo
th am aad af MagaoUa avaoae, la
making ttaady pragma on tha atrae
tara. By tha beginning af next week
the force engaged in tip; work will
have reached to tccoaa floor aad
within a abort time carpenters con
begin finishing the interior.
It ia thought now that the building
will be ready far aw after tha Christ
Na prattler school bo tiding than
this will bo after it la aomplatad can
bo found In North Caroling. Its front
wtU be finished la bard, rough-ear
faced black and rad brick aad terra
cotta. ft will bo of twe-etariaa aad a
basement for the beating plant. |t
will have ream for all of the gram- 1
mar grades and odfeae far tha pifacl- ‘
pal ia changa. The coot of tha atraa (
tura, completely faralabed. wU bo 1
shout $75,000 <
'"""tSS OfS^orUc Court 1
Plrtt Week 1
J. Z. limit—Avermabora
3. C. Enina—Grove.
3. E. Dowd—Block Bivor.
T. A. Bette—Beckham. 1
N. A. Honeycutt—pteck Bhror.
A. H. Meerut—Upper Little Btver. 1
3. Walter Sleaaart—Utlingtoa.
G M. Beeaemo—AoeraaAera.
H. A. Smith—Neilla Creak.
3. B. B. Jrralgoa—Avarteber*.
W. B. Raaaboast—Hectare Creak. ;
3. V. MeGoc—Black Biver.
G. L. ■—wall—Daka. 1
T. L. Papa Avorattara.
M. r. McKay—John—nviDe.
W. L. Whit tent on—-Block River.
Noill McFarland—Hactors Crack.
M. McCormick—Andaraon Crook.
W. C. Mubburn—Heetora Crook.
C. B. Graham—Barbecue
W. M. Keene—Grove.
A. P. Fowler—Coke.
W. C. Davie—Upper Little Brer*.
M. J. Wood—Upper Little Biver.
W. K. Bradley—Heetora Creak.
A. B. Wetter—Upper Little Rrvrr.
A. A. Johaaco Heetora Crack.
F. 8. Cooper—Avaiaaboio.
3. L. Bylao—Daka..
3. W. Langley—Avaroeboro.
L D. Weat—Andaraon Crock.
C. F. Lao—Avaroeboro.
W. M. Baggntt Avararliora.
L M. Stewart—Aarraaboro.
8. A. Cameron—Barbeeae.
J. E. Job noon—Neil It Crock.
Joe C. Stewart—Grove.
3. V. Todor—Buebbora.
W. M. Tonne—Black Biver.
W. A. Holder—Anderson Creek.
J. C. Best—Neills Creek.
I* M. Cooper, of Saiepoon. one at
the prominent farmers of that rich
county, told an Observer reporter
today that he regretted meek to have
to coatiediet reports Oat Blare are
ne hall treevBs ia Bampaaa coeaty.
He eays the poets are there hi nans
hers too groat to salt the wtsbes of
OecasioaaMy one tad* a jailor who
stands oat ia aach sharp eoatreat
with the average that it ii almost a
pleasure to visit his jail Wake coeaty
baa each a Jailer. Thors an many
things he docent know about prison
administration. A jailer eaaaet he ex
pected to bo a trained penologist. Bat
hr takes pstds la the condition of Ms
jail. Every prisoner spaa catering
le riven a bath, inspected for vermin,
•ad famished an entire oetftt of
eleea clothing. The eons are kept
eteaa. The mattrvaaee an the eats are
savored with brewa cotton slip* that
can bo, and are, removed pad lean
dared whenever they beteme dirty.
The blankets, too, are kept dean.
The jailer will not my that them is
not a bedbug ia Me jaB, hat be la
willing to wager that yea eaaaet Bad
others, for tbe^Wthy^ eendhieas ee
goaaral In joOs la that whh the shah
i of people who became jefl prisoners
• It li Impossible to Im* the sella m
the hods does. The Waho Coeat]
jofl has a* way of -Net lag Ns prie
• eaem. Tkraa hand rad kaoe boon rs
, eetved wHMa the Nat six meaBu. T%
I Wake Coeaty jaB Is eleea. fato
BURDENS OF UFE
ON SHOULDERS OF
. GODWIN SAYS
Borden mi mm ||—jB mt
tte *nWin «f i Urn pat
l/« U to gat ill *ajr Ml (imTiw
"*«»■ la wteff»~hT5£
teMdtel U Ctevia, (mm m
maimaw taM a -ifag «f
Tuptw af TTiimiih Im fMte
>%te mtUr'Wpim , n • f,,,
te T. L. Xitel., Mcmarr, ted rah
4 d1%laaaa». n« nttliltei atead
“ tte.cteater by «a> wte tea*
>a*«r tatea Ite trooU. U-rl
rfcat tte amaJaatioa tea -*— te
e»y* w«Mtot hi**"
■■"“r to* Igain-t to i M or
oo cwmI to vMt to
Pitot tom to pMk life a tofc*
« do far their film. • ha
•id, *%taad oa tha atraat < iw|
tolarar ahoat tfciaga <4 afcU
wrcr.arilL They ahnyalHa'niaa. Hit
hew do it. Oar Jeh to work."
Mr. Qodwia wa --■'mi M
l>ua wa* tha hast torn ia r
Satotiaa. far tu ago, ha arid. It
^totot waadarft*) tawa Jo thaHsfS *f
*!* *; * **8 ■
•• done by tha holi wsarO if tha ria
Buaity eoatiaae* to pin Ha whaia
’»lth an cotton, an
NT* would ha don*.
Ha wants tha
i» poach eakar*, hag
nidag and direnifiad taming oa •
>arg* and iataBigaat aaaia. Ha
•* tha gnat profit that has eao* .
•aadhill land owner* threat*
tad of tha taa *n—pit aa thy Haora
Tartingtaa to the natter of hi
lag. "I aa* gaing to Nt fifty I
Pcachca this fall,** ha *ald.
rire a Ibt of attoattoa to
^xwidao cotton. My friend
over than, I haUarC hi gatag t* p*
tfty aera* to chickens. ”
^ PrreWent Celdatol* ontltoad what
■hr Month* of this patina aaaeito
pUahmenta wan bu7 ma4 mtUj
Secretary Biddle -*-«■ — M _
toeeMplUhareota, astUfyfa* all no.
lent that the omahaSe? toi m
been idle. — -to
Jadge JoLd C. digard naha at
tatoa length to aa
the ergaatoatloa he
ally end he Made to
glee ha fall help to the _
Ckariw M. Morten, «f to*
can Cotton Grower* Exchange, QaBa*
Texas, gat* to tha totwatoa of ae
■f—w* H* mu Ja r**’
“1 km km itaU t* talk to yw
m to. .vktoct *f Tto Unto *
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