fetters 6 oct 1914

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fetters 6 oct 1914 - Constable Charles Lynn, R. R. 6, Warren, Ind....
Constable Charles Lynn, R. R. 6, Warren, Ind. Advisory Board George Morris, R. R. 1, Warren, Ind.; Levi Detamore, R. 1, Warren, Ind.; E. L. Boyd, R. R. 6, Warren, Ind. Road Supervisors O. N. Leffler, R. R. 6, Warren, Ind.; N. W. Pinkerton, R. R. 6, Warren, Ind.; Grant Myers, Warern, Ind.; Vernon Spahr, Warren, Ind. Salamonle Township. Trustee James C. Prlbble, Warren, Ind., R. R. 4. Assessor Henry Holmes, Warren, Ind. . : Justice of Peace George Smith, Warren, Ind.; David E. Blatchley, Constable Edward Mullen, Warren, Ind.; William T. Norrle, Warren, Ind., R. R. 4. - ' Road Supervisorr - William Newlln, Warren," Ind.; R. R.; George' Wilson, Ind., R. R.; David M. Shultz, Warren, Intl., R. R. 3. ; Elmer Chopson, Warren, Ind. . Advisory Board Samuel G. Kari - ger, Warren, Ind.; Byron Thompson, Warren, Ind., R. R, 4.; Ernest Holmes, Warren, Ind., R..R. 4. Fl ISHMENT GIRL LEAVES HOME - Samuel Fetters . went to take his fourteen - year - old daughter from the Lewis Everding home but after they left 1 the Everdlng home she broke away and disappeared in the dark - PUN ness. Acting Deputy Sheriff Shoemaker Shoemaker helped to And her. The girl said she was afraid of punishment It is probable that the girl will be sent to the orphans' home at Mexi co, Ind. . ON WAR TAX BILL Washington, Oct 6. No session of the senate was held today because of the Democratic caucus on the - war tax bill. Kern said the caucus would not try to - pledge majority senators to vote for the committee draft of the bill, but a gentleman's agreement for such action was considered probable.'' The war tax bill today remained the only important unfinished business of the senate blocking adjournment. TICKETS ON SALE FOR CLUB'S SHOW Final rehearsals for the Country Club minstrels will be held 'Tuesday evening and .Wednesday. Harold Ll - pinsky has shown himself an able director, as was the case in former Country Club minstrels, and things are progressing smoothly. There are a number of new hits, and clever Jokes and stunts. The show will open Thursday - even DEMOCRATS

Clipped from The Huntington Herald06 Oct 1914, TuePage 8

The Huntington Herald (Huntington, Indiana)06 Oct 1914, TuePage 8
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