Rev. shackelford- items stolen from.
- - - v. nacHrxreM neiiiie. Thieves BW4I a Keaa Cartel BlaMtsl Prows Hiss Wswestw. Rev: Shackelford, who was formerly pastor of the Trinity M. E. church in tblacity, but now stationed at Wai suffered a loss from thieves ss will be seen by, the fallowing from ' yesterday's Warsaw Times: "On going to the barn where he kehs nu rig, ir Hhackciioro, tins morning, was considerably surprised to find thst he was minus his fodr - whocled road cart e vehicle used - in hia practice. Tbe Indications are that some one bad entered the stable, run onl - the cart and hitched a horse to It, then making off This view of the case is warranted by the fact that Night - watch - Garner, at about o clock this, Tuesday, morning. saw some one driving through the streets eastward, (ha wheeled vehicle very, nearly, if not quite fully, tallying with the missing cart. Tbe latter waa comparatively new, having only been in use a fsw months. Two good fclsnkete were also taken. The stable occupied by Dr. Shackelford for his horse and rig is on tbe residenco nroperty of Mr. W. B. Punk." ' 51: ,