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 - MANY SPEECHES ON PROHIBITION J A Maples Will...
MANY SPEECHES ON PROHIBITION J A Maples Will Make an Address at the Baptist Tabernacle. This afternoon at Baptist Tabernacle J. A. Maples a noted temperance ora tor from Texas will speak. Mr. Maples has won for himself quite a reputation as a temperance speaker having traveled all over the country delivering addresses in hot prohibition campaigns. He will also speak on Monday night at the tent toeing used by the congregation of fit. Paul's Methodist church. Other rallies -which will be held this eveiUng .at 8 o'clock are Woodward Avenue Baptist church. Colonel R. N. Hardman speaker. St. Paul's Methodist church tent on Broyles street. Colonel Claud Payton of Worth county speaker. Walker Street church. Colonel W. T. Burkhalter of Tattnall county speaker. Central Baptist church. 'v. J. Flanders of Johnson county speaker. Monday will be a busy day for the prohibitionists. Among the meetings to be held iwili be the following Century building room 114 second ward executive committee business meet- Ing. St. Paul's church tent -J. A. Maples of Texas speaker. General rally for third ward. Fifth ward club -business meeting. A delightful moonlight picnic was given to two visiting young ladles. Misses Hartfleld of Henderson Ky. and Morris of Athens by Mr. I. Samuels on last Thursday night at Grant park. The young people were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Louis Regenstein and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin. The party en joyed a trolley ride via Brookwood arriving at the park at 9 o'clock where danciag engaged their time for the re mainder of the evening. Those who enjoyed the picnic were Misses Lulls Elsa. Pauline Bless Flora Stelnham- merA Ada Stahl Edna Bang Minnie Hertz Minnie Morris Flora Hertz Messrs. I. Samuels Harry Rosenbury. Louts Hirshberg. Morris Steirns Eugene Stahl Albert Steinhammer. Ansie Stelnbammer. Sidney Solomonson Louis 'Furstlnsteln Earn Saubman. MANY.SPEECHES I J. T r. 'pn reputation' ce oeoimtl" ad-I cam gns. u ed Methodist 6vel ng speaker M day hll ttlonists.Among 114. MOONLIGHT PICNIC TO VISITING LADIES I i on young en- re-I El. EIs .s. mer. Klnn'te Stein hammer. Lo ls I I t. lIt I I 14 s re- I , , , . . . , ¬ , . . , : ¬ . . ' . ¬ - . ' : . ¬ . . , . . ' , . , , . . . . , , . . . . ¬ , , . ¬ . : , , - . . ' , - . . , , . . , - . . , . , , . . . . . . . . ¬ , ' , ¬ . , , - , , , , ; . . , . . , ¬ , . . , ' , . . . ' - ' ! ) \ ' " ) ' ! ! ! ! ' ! " ' : ; . } ' / ' ' : _ . - > ' : . ' ) , . . ) ' ; " & ' . . . . . . . ' . : ' : . . . , ! : , : . - . ; & . . . - . :

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 28 Jul 1907, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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