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NEW BERN, N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1913 FIRST SECTION
nrlfW" I ill
eare August M For Gardner's
ft? Where Targe Practice
Will Be Held.
EVERYTHING IS IN READINESS
Crolte Will Be Made t On Board
The U. 8. Battleship
, .. . Alabama.
BRAVES SMALLPOX TO WED.
Girl Marries Typhoid Victim In
Lebanon, Pa., July 31. The death of
Wallace Van Sickle, of Macon, Ga., in a
hospital here, revealed the devo
tion of Miss Miriam Bowman, a memj Theory If They Perpetrated By
ucr ui a. pruininciii Licuauuu mmu' -
frkl and .he became eniraired to wed Some One With Access To
and shortly after the announcement! Wealthiest Ho
was made he was stricken with typhoid
The date of the wedding had been ROBBERIES EASILY PERFORMED
fixed, but it was postponed in tne nope
of Van Sickle's speedy recwrer. There
was no change in his condition, how- Thieves Show Acquaintance With
Congressman Has A Bout With
Street Car Conductor.
On August 24 the North Carolina
Naval Militia which is composed of
inies located in New Bern,
City, Plymouth, Hertford
lington, will leave for Norfolk
on the following day they wilt
go on board the United States battle-
aba ma 'for a ten days cruise
rhich time they will engage in
ctice, and be instructed in
of 'a member of the crew of
Jnfefe Sam's fighting ships.
eks the various companies
preparing for this trip
now practically in readiness.
Bern company will carry
hundred and fifty men,
officers, surgeons, seamen,
etc., and probably five hundred men
will be carried by the remaining four
The Alabama will sail from Norfolk
for New York on August 25. Arriving
at that port the men will be allowed
shore leave for a day and a half, during
which time they will have an oppor
taaity seeing the sights of the big
town, fen board the Alabama with the
North Carolina Naval Militia will
be the Indiana Naval Militia, compai
ins several companies, and they will
also have shore leave at the same time.
At the expiration of the time allowed
the men to spend in the metropolis
the Alabama will go to Gardner's
Bay, L. I., where the men will be in
stracted in the use of the big thirteen
inch tuns, firing at floating targets
The members of the North Carolina
Naval Militia have had considerable
practice in the use of the smaller
gens and have made some excellent
bat .tMs will be their ftrst
ce with the large guns.
On September 2 the Alabama will
return to Norfolk and the militia
will leave the vessel and return to their
respective homes. This cruise
be of much benefit to every member
of the militia on account of the fact
that they will be instructed in every
detail of work and the every day
life on board of a battleship and it
is possible that this information will
at some time prove of great benefit
The North Carotins Naval Militia
while on this cruise will be under the
supervision st Captain C. D. Bradham.
The New Bera division will be in charge
of Lieutenant Albert T. Willis.
ever, so it was decided that the mar
riage ceremony should be performed I
in the hospital.
The hospital, owing to smallpox in I
the institution, was under quarantine,
but the authorities permitted the young
Interior Arrangements Of '
Houses Of The Pier.
Narragansett Pier, July 31. A
woman and clergyman to enter after theory in connection with the Rum
they had submitted to vaccination, sey, Hanan and Ives jewel robberies, in
The ceremony was performed and the which the local police are placing
bride remained at the bedside of her credence and which is gaining headway
husband until he died.
WANTS $7,000 FOR
with the agency detectives, who are
working on these' cases, is that the
thefts were engineered, if not actually
accomplished by some person who has
access as a guest to the wealthiest
homes t Narragansett Pier.,
Who this person may be there is not
the slightest hint so far, but the local
police, at least, are laying streess on the
theory in their investigations on the
ground that it best explains the ease
NEW BERN SYRIAN WILL SUE I with which the robberies were put
WESTERN UNION TELE- SStjSTSffl
1 U1UVC uuroiug mis view urai urc mas-
GRAPH COMPANY. her thief who made the arrangements
for the thefts, selected the property to
be taken, and provided for its disposi-
Claimine that he was caused great tion, had servants in various of the
mental aneuish bv the delayed delivery larger homes at the pier, who kept him
of a telegram sent him by his wife posted regarding the movements of the
when she arrived In America from intended victims, and who, possibly
Europe a few weeks ago, Salim Davis, may assist in the actual thefts. In
a Syrian who is at present living each of the three robberies reported as
in this citv. it- preparing to sue the occurring between rnoay nignt ana
Western Union Telegraph Company Sunday night, the thieves knew just
for damages in the sum of seven thou- what they wanted, where it was to be
sand dollars. found, and the exact time when it could
Davis' wife arrived at Ellis Island, best be obtained.
N. Y., the immigration station, on I Mrs. John H. Hanan still declines to
July 5. She wired her husband in this make public the value of the articles of
city requesting that he forward her jewelry, between forty and fifty in
money necessary to defray her expenses number, which were taken from the
in reaching New Bern. The telegram Hanan summer home, Shore acres, last
arrived at the local telegraph othce Friday night, but reportd current
but Davis was not found and Davis among the cottagers today based upon
claims two weeks elapsed before Jthe a knowledge of the jewels Mrs. Hanan
message was finally delivered to him. has with her at Narragansett put the
In the meantime Davis' wife, not total at close to $150,000. In the ab-
hearing from her husband, had gone BCnce f any confirmation from Mrs,
to a Western State where she has a I Hanan this amount is believed to be
brother and It was only a few days ago considerably exaggerated.
that Davis located her. He has securea Meanwhi e the amount of the loss
the services of a prominent attorney ,u,tained by Mrs. Charles Carey Rum
and the case will probably come up dauBhter of the late E. H. Harri
at the next term oi craven county man Jn the robbery of her home on
Washington, Aug. 2. Representa
tive Frank Buchanan, of Illinois, who
ased to be an ironworker, had a wrest
ling match with a conductor on a sur
face car yesterday afternoon.
The fight started at the Peace Monu
ment near the Capitol. Mr. Buchanan
tendered to the conductor a transfer
which the latter said was no good. He
added that Buchanan would have to pay
or get Off.
"If I get off, you'll put me off," Bu
chanan, who weighs about 200 pounds,
is alleged to have said.
Thereupon the conductor, witnesses
say, made a dive for him. He attached
himself to Buchanan's frame and was
triving to throw him from the door
when Representative Tom Reilly of
Connecticut who was peacefully read
ing a newspaper, advised his colleague
to pay his fare or get off the car.
Several passengers offered to pay the
fare for the sake of peace, but Mr.
Buchanan decided to do a little walking
GIVE HON A
ONSLOW COUNTY CITIZEN
MOVES TO NEW BERN.
The following article was clipped
from the Jacksonville Enterprise of
. . iA' - - . .
many friends in tali town
sorry to learn of the fact
ir. and Mrs. i. n. suiion
sometime ago to move to
rp, and carried out this res-
ffoaday morning. They have
been hem; for two years or more,
&vttoa- holding an important
with the J. C. Foster Umber
"While herathey made many friends.
who deeply regret to see them move
swy . Mr. Sutton has accepted
a position with the Pine Lumber
flpty, st New Bera."
DANCE AT BEAUFORT.
DECIDED HE'D WALK.
Throws The Gauntlet Down
Representative Robert L.
Henry Of Texas.
WHO'S WHO, HE CASUALLY ASKS
After "Call Down" Of Congressman,
Better Progress On Cur
rency Bill Results.
.0. BUILDING TO
GET NEW AWNINGS
POSTMASTER BASNIGHT IN
STRUCTED TO GO AHEAD
AND SECURE BIDS.
Postmaster J. S. Basnight will re
ceive bids for supplying the postoffice
and custom house buildings with
awnings. Bids will be received up
to and including August 15. Post
master Basnight some time ago wrote
the authorities at Washington a strong
Irtter calling attention to the tattered
condition of the awnings and mentioned
the fact that the press and the public
were criticizing the appearance of the
awnings, an article naving appeared
in the Journal calling attention to the
need for new awnings.
The postmaster put the proposition
up to the authorities with all the cm
phasis he could command and he was
greatly gratified when he received
instructions yesterday to go ahead
and secure bids for the work.
POLICE TO ANTI'S AID.
Delightful Affair At The Famous
Bsauort, July 31. One of the most
brilliant sad delightful affairs of the
season here was a dance at the Inlet
Ian, last night. The floor wss crowd
ed from the time that the Worth or
chestra played their grand inarch,
until a very late hour of the night. Ail
wrtc highly pleased with the splendid
Hjr and nice floor. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. William
Fuller, of New York City; Miss Lucy
Goion, Mr. aad Mrs. C. E. Hancock,
Miss Elinor Berry, O. B. Bonner, Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Warren, all of New Bern
,D. O'Brien, of New Yor
in, of Raleigh;
Olvs GlUlkin, Miss Mabel
Carrow, Miss Grace Jeffreys, Misses
Martha and Delight Carrow, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Schuieder, Mr. and Mrs.
Ctrl Chadwick, Miss Luta Spain,
Miss Helen Fsrnell, Miss Lutie Jones,
sad Messrs. CRU Whawsly, Granger
Hudglns, Thos' Not, Albnso Thomas,
tad Chsrlie Boy
Ocean road, has climbed from the $75,
000, originally given out to well over
1100,000. It was said here today that
a second string of pearls belonging to
Mrs. Rumsey was taken as well as the
larger string which was given to her
by her mother as a wedding gift. The
smaller string is valued at $40,000. In
addition to the necklace and other
larger jeweled pieces, several less val
uator articles were taken, including a
ASSOCIATES HONOR RETIRING ,ma patinum and goM purge whfch
OFFICIALS OF THE NOR- was Inside the diamond and sapphire
tuddet gold mesh bag, a gold foun
tain pen, gold pencil, and gold vanity
box. A Greek coin kept in the small
i . i j . ...i..
Mll, l..l !. farawl dinner Pu. " P""" ",,u lu,cn
ws. given at the Cape Henry Casino Hth he Pu. is - d bV?f "re
.... fLu. u ...i.i, t .v.. No estimate of its value has been made
.a.i ; .vk.. . ,rj .hi. morn.
d.n.,tmnt nf th Norfo r Southern .w ,
ll .u,, ,.,l ,kr lnru. rrvhlmr ,
n.ll I 1 -I U7r.rr.or U7, ml. lnS
Z P-ngeg- age. takene withinthe Ust week
tnd Thomas B. Ogle, retiring 'general " bttn"
perintendent of the electric divUion 11 Lw uJTZ
of the company. . I ' ... .. f . .
W. L. Bird, auditor for the Norfolk""" l"
Southern presided, tnd addresses of the . bowever-
preciation were made by associates of the une ot tne nomes mentioned oy me
guests of honor. To Mr. Croxton, who rumors head among the cottagers was
will leave this morning for Atlante tint w. sna ran. nreraosra luumir
where he will tomorrow assume tht son. Dr. Thompson denied this report
duties of general passenger agen- immediately. He, was one of the cot-
h. Atlanta Birmingham and At- lagers who arc agitating the employ-
Untie Railroad, was presented a hand- ment ott speguu ponce lorce to guaro
omc travelling bee. and to Mr. Oriel the summer nomes again, as was aone
. mmNl Mumite nendint and a last summer. It Is believed that sue n
I a m 11-11 . I
Masonic lapel button. The presea- a special torce win oe established witn
tation addresses were made by T. H. in t few days.
Lamb and W. T. Anderson. Other Some of the larger of the homes are
speakers were Captain M. Manly, fairly barricaded against burglars now
treasurer of the Norfolk Southern; and servants are kept under closer
Joseph Robinson, H. H. Fisher, sta-1 scrutiny than before the recent fob-
tioner of the Norfolk Southern and one berles. The night force of the local
of the oldest employes in the service; police department comprises only three
George C. Gill, trainmaster at the 1 men, and their beats do not extend
terminal station; L. D. Mathes, who I to many of the larger cottages. There
will succeed Mr. Ogle tomorrow as' are at least ten private detectives
Suffragette and Opponents
SEVERAL NEW CHARTERS.
Secretary Of State Grants Three
Raleigh, August 1. The following
charters were issued today:
Hotel Huffry Company, of Hick
ory: authorized capital, $100,000,
with $25,000 paid in by William P.
Mrs. Ora M. and Cyriel E. Duffman.
The American Progressive Company,
of Asheville: to do a general jobbing
business in soda fountains, supplies,
etc.; authorized capital $20,000, with
$2,500 subscribed (or by John O. Chap
lain, S. F. Roberts and H. M. Weir.
Sterling Construction Company, of
Wcldon, Halifax county; to manu
facture and deal in building ma
terials; suthorized capital, $100,000,
with $25,000 paid in by S. A. Har
rington, H. G. Walton and W. W.
Oashineton. July 31. President Wil- Wiggins.
son, it is reported in high authority,
has thrown down the gauntlet to
Representatibe Robert L. Henry, Icad-
of the Democratic "insurgent"
movement against the Administration's
currency measure now before the House
Committee on Banking and Currency.
While Mr. Henry was at the White
House recently to discuss his position on
the currency legislation with" in. Presi
dent. Mr. Wilson turned to the Texan
and frankly asked him whether his
opposition to the Administration's pro
gram was intended as a challenge
to him as the leader of the Democratic
party ot tne nation. 1 ne fresident, Whilc returning from Morchcad City
it is said, added tnat it Mr. Henry Friday afternoon .where they had been
was inclined to cnancnge nis icauersnip atlcn(ijn lhc convention of the North
he was ready to meet him and fight it Carolina Good Roads Association, an
JOHN P; METGHEL
After All Night Setsion Select Him
As Nominee For Mayor Of
Greater New York.
ROADS WERE 100
MUCH FOR AUTO
GOOD ROADS DELEGATES MEET
WITH ACCIDENT IN NEW
Mr. Henry promptly told the Presi
dent that his opposition to the Glass
bill was not intended as a challenge
to him, but it was based upon sin
Since this conversation the work of
the Glass Banking and Currency Com
mittee has been much smoother. Rep
resentative Willard Ragsdale, of South
automobile owned by William Dunn,
of this city, in which were Mr. and Mrs.
William Dunn, R. E. Snowdon, super
visor of the roads of Craven county
and a Mr. West, became stalled in
Newport pocossin, just inside the
Craven county line and the party was
forced to spend the night at the home
of a farmer living in that section.
SATISFACTION AT WHITE HOUSE
Principal Candidate To Oppose
Mitchell Will Probably Be
New York, Aug. 2. Republicans,
Progressives and Independents as rep
rescnted by a Fusion committee of one
hundred and eight members,, agreed
yesterday upon the nomination of
John Purroy Mitchel, collector of cus
toms of the port of New York as a
candidate for Mayor. The regular
Democratic candidate or that to be
backr3tf b. Tammany Hall has not yet
been named, but Mayor Gaynor Is un
derstood to be a candidate for nomina
tion for another term.
The agreement of the Fusionists
which put Mitchel forward as their
candidate was not reached until after
an all night struggle during which the
committee took nine ballots, on the
first of which Mitchel led by a slight
margin over District Attorney Charles
S. Whitman, and Borough President
George McAneny, of Manhattan. These
were the only three candidates con
sidered. In selecting a Fusion ticket to fight
Tammany for the municipal offices the
coining autumn, the Committee of 107
had the choice of three complete tickets
which had been arranged carefully
by its executive committee. The
latter had been unable to agree upon
a candidate for Mayor, as between
S. Whitman, John Purroy
Mr. Dunn's automobile is a large
Carolina, who was one of Mr. Henry's tournlg Car and is very heavy. Before
lieutenants in the "insurgent" move- i,v;nir r;1riprot countv it stuck in the
ment said the opponents ot the currency d and the tv ha(I considerable fh.irlp.
measure, as it now stands, would not troube in getting it clear. There was Mitchell and Georee McAncnv. There-
attempt in any manner to delay con- no furthcr troubk. lmtil thc Newport fnr,. ;r comoosed three tickets with
pocossin was reached and there the I onl. 0f these names at thc head of each.
machine became fastened in thc mud an,j when the Committee of 107 opened
and despite the combined efforts of the js scssion in the Fifth avenue building
male members of thc party, assisted
by the farmer at whose home they
spent the night, the big machine could
not be freed.
Mr. Snowden and Mr. West returned
to the city yesterday morning by rail
general superintendent of the electric
division, tnd S. O'Brien, travelling
Ms. anJ'liif O
PICNIC AT RHEM8.
Tht annual picnic of the Sunday
school of the Methodist church tt
R hem's will take pi see on August
14 on tht church grounds. All are
invited to come and bring well-filled
baskets. A delightful occasion is anti
from the Burns tnd Pinkerton agen
cies in town tonight. One of these
said tonight that he had a clue which
he believed wss the correct key to the
mystery, and that he believed he would
retch t solution within twenty-four
hours. He wts not in t position to give
tay information regarding the nature
ot his discovery.
Trenton, N. J., July 29 Suffragettes
led by the four women couriers, rep
resenting the National Association for
Woman's Suffrage, who are on tour
from New York to Washington, and the
New Jersey Association Opposed to
Woman's Suffrage engaged in alterca
tion in thc street beiore tne rooms oi
the local organization yesterday. The
police interfered to prevent a possible
While the women screamed defiance
at each other the bluccoats ordered the
suffragettes to move one, and the In
terrupted meeting was held farther
down the street in comparative peace.
Sympathizers with each faction joined
in the argument and demonstration
and the oolke was summoned. The
police ordered the suffragettes to move
tnd conducted them down the
street. There the speecn ma icing waB
continued, while the anti-suffragettes
called an impromptu meeting in their
The suffragette couriers are on their
way to Washington to urge a constitu
tional tmendment which shtll give the
right to vote to women in all the States
of the Union.
Trouble started when the touring suf
fragettes, including Mrs. Mary Ware
Dennett, Frances Bjokman, Rheta
Childe Dore and Helen Todd, drove in
tn tutomobile to the curb in front of
the local anti-suffrage society. There
they prepared to hold an open meeting
tnd htd begun speeches criticizing the
local organization when women in
the society's rooms objected.
Opposing speeches were begun and
the efforts of the two factions to make
themselves heard soon developed into
screaming dcdlarations for and against
the cause." The anti-suffrage rooms
are almost in the center of the city
tnd t large crowd wts attracted.
sideration of the bill, but will co
operate to have it ready for the Demo
cratic caucus on August 11.
"There will be no filibustering tactics,
no dilatory methods on the part of the
men who arc opposed to the Glass bill,"
said Mr. Ragsdale. "On thc other hand,
we will do all we can to complete its
consideration in the Democratic com
mittee conference by August H. We
will submit our amendments, and if
they are defeated we will stop right,
there in the committee conference
We will, however, continue our fight
in thc Democratic caucus and make
every effort to have the caucus in
corporate some of our views especially
the plan to make agricultural pro
ducts thc basis for emergency currency
in thc bill.
"I also want it understood that thc
reports indicating the currency com
mittee is badly split is 'rot.' Don't
understand me to deny there have not
been tense moments in the committee
when men earnestly advocated Changes
in the bill. But the reports that thc
committee was in chaos arc wrong."
Mr. Ragsdale, who had a long private
conference with Chairman Glass, said
he wanted it understood that he had
not bolted the Democratic committee
conference. He said Mr. Glass under
stands his position and he understands
Mr. Glass' attitude, and there is no
feeling between them
the executive committee said: "There,
take your choice."
Washington, Aug. 2. When John
Purroy Mitchel was appointed by Presi
dent Wilson as collector of thc port
of New York, the understanding was
but Mr. and Mrs. Dunn remained tla( f he designed to enter thc mayorla-
until the car had been freed from the
mud and continued thc trip in this,
arriving here yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Dunn encountered several stret
ches of bad roads near Riverdalc
and Croatan. Rain on Friday and a
heavy rain in that section yesterday
morning caused thc roads to be in very
bad shape. Fortunately the car did
not again stall.
ty contest he could do so without
resigning until he felt ready to do so.
While the White House had no comment
on Mr. Mitchcl's sel ction as thc Fu
sion mayoralty candidate it was ap
parent that officials there were pleased.
R. S. 8TBPHEN8ON STATE CHAP
LAIN OF THE ELKS
The remains of Mrs. Laura A. Miller,
wife of William C. Miller, of Saint's
Creek, who died at Stewart's Stnatarium
but ihursdty titer noon, were yester
day taken to Btlrd't Creek for Inter,
neat Tht funeral wts conducted
from the home yesterday afternoon
tad toe remains hud tt rest in the
Raleigh. Aug. 1. Mr. P. A. Gorrell
of Winston-Salem, the president
the North Csrollna state association
of Elks, hat appointed Rev. R
Stephenson of Raleigh the chaplai
for the year. The next meeting of the
association to be held at Winston
Salem. The Vice-Presidents are Messrs
Joseph F. Ferrtll of Raleigh tnd Ar
thur Lyon of High Point; secretary
A transfer of stock in one of the
E'Vcrything is working smoothly eCst lumber mills in the State took place before the permit is issued, under tne
now and everybody! $ trying to complete a few days ago when Mrs. C. W. old form only twelve question Were
the bill in time for the Democratic I Munger sold to Killiam Bennett and asked.
caucus," said Mr. Ragsdale, "and what's several capitalists of Camden, N. J., A defect in thc form of application
more, it will be completed. and Philadelphia, Pa., her stock in has been discovered. No provision has
Mr. Ragsdale added that he intended the Munger and Bennett Lumber I been made for inquiring into the rela-
to abide by the decision of thc Dem- Compay. tionship of thc applicants notwith-
ocratic caucus on the bill, but he had I This company owns one of thc lar- 1 standing that the marriage Of cousins
no authority to speak for other Demo-I nest mills in Eastern North Carolina or nearer blood relatives is forbidden
cratic opponents to thc measure as land has valuable timber holdings
It now stands. all over this section. They do an enor
mous business each year, shipping their
NEW BLOOD FAILS TO SAVE.
Lelght Mlddleton Diet Despite Fire
Transfusions From Relatives
New York, Aug. 1. Five offerings of
blood by members of the wealthy
Middleton family failed to save the
life of Leight Bourne Middleton, who
died this afternoon.
For 10 days he had been at death
door with aplastic tntemit, or poverty
of blood, which frequent transfusion
were unable to appease. His father
brother, wife, cousin tnd t college
mttc til poured their blood in his
veins within 10 dtyt.
Young Middleton wts first stricken
while on hit wedding trip, twp months
ago. His brMe gave ISigier cettoft
blood supply, tnd his mother wtnted to
tdd t qutntity of her blood to that
cd, but. physicians for
SELLS HER STOCK
kill I AN BENNETT AND NORTII
ERNjCAPITALISTS NOW OWN
BIG LUMBER COMPANY.
NECESSARY TO ANSWER 48
QUESTIONS UNDER NEW LAW
Philadelphia, July 31. Applicants
for marriage licenses under tne act
recently signed by Gov. Tcner will la
required to answer forty-eight questi ns
in this State. It is probable that t re-
.... j. i .1..,..
vision will oc maae m a i uoyo.
Unlike the old method under which
product all over the world. The con- either thc man or woman could obtain
UNION MEETING ANNOUNCED. 6idcration paid has not been made thc license, both must appear under the
public. new law. In addition to thc Usual
Pamlico Union Will Meet With . Questions of name, residence, age tnd
Church At Arapahoe. NEW BERN LADY WAS GUEST OF occupations, the applicants under;. bath
J HONOR. will be required to give thc following
Arapahoe N. C, July 31 On information:
the fifth Saturday and Sunday I Louitburg, July 31. A most enjoy-1 Name of father, name of mother,
in August the Pamlico Union of theabe au.tomobilc party was given Mon-1 majdcn name of mother, residence of
Church of Christ, meets with the jjy night by thc young men og Louis- father, residence of mother, color of
Church of this place. In connection hurg cornpimCntary to Misses Annie (ather, color of mother, occupation of
with thc Union thc new church build- Adams, of Four Oaks; Cora Munger,, (athcr, occupation of mother, birthplace
ing will probably be dedicated. 0f nCw Bern; Ncta Mastin, of Winston father and birthplace of mother.
This building is said to be the finest t8 f0f Miss Margaret Hicks. The clerk will further ask:
wood building in the county. Alone, I The party took automobiles just before I "Is the applicant an imbecile, epi
the windows, doors and pews cost8Upper ana madc their way tlo the I ieptic, of unsound mind, under the guard
over $600.00. The inside painting cost hign bridge neanng thc crossing o! the ;an as person of unsound mind, or
$102.00; t piano just from thc factory, rajb-ond over Tar River, by way of uncicr the influence of any intoxicating
and modern lights have been installed Franklinton over the State's best iiqU0r or narcotic drug? Has the ap
and the indebtedness is very small. ' "e I roads. At thc bridge the party alight- nicant within five years been an in
members of the church have all been I tntj ve(i wjtn the beautiful seen-1 mate of any county asylum or home
Interested, have worked together and f awhile, after which lunch, consist-1 Ior indigent persons? Is the applicant
-t a .. . .1-...,. I . . 7. t . t. ll
met mosi oi wic mikhc ii ng 0t many nainiics, whk.ii physically aoie 10 aupijun imri
wts incurred. The property is vtlued forth a rcijgh that causes one to r,e marriage license clerk it give
tt tbout $3,500.00. raikc something good is in store, was tne power to refuse licenses to persona
Rev. J. W. Wsters, the pastor )aij on a neaty preptred spot tnd harred by the new law, but appeals may
has been a splendid leader in this work. (he party partook of a delicious re- taken, with cost, to the Orptuaa'
He begins s meeting nerc tne nm kt After thc lunch and conversa- Court
Sunday in August. tm they began their return home
A large attendance is look for during I i.v appreciating the pleasures d-
the Union meeting, ur. ), aioweu rjV(1(j from a trip in an excellent au-
presidcnt of A. C. College, will prcacn t0mobilc over Franklin county s good
the dedicatory sermon, and dinner I roacs.
will be served on the grounds. Wc led I
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tht business visitorsin the city yes- ortjugm m irom imui 1 passed through his body.
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