state scna,or on the Republican , , , . ,,, ,., j ticket, sustained cuts and bruises, , ' .. . . ' 'when his car, a rord, ana a is,,.- is,,.- . ,;; ,,.', t,, ! Buiek, containing several Iowa CAR ACCIDENT ON GEISHA RUT HILL II. B. Hart of Versailles, Cam-denton Cam-denton Cam-denton county, candidate for negroes, collided head-on head-on head-on on the Gebhardt hill, on route 61, about two miles north of Palmyra, about 9 o'clock Sunday night. Hart was taken to St. Mary hospital, hospital, Quincy, by a passing motorist motorist and the Lewis ambulance was called to take the negroes to St. Elizabeth hospital, Hannibal. Two of the negroes received head injuries and a woman sustained a broken leg. Both cars, badly damaged, were towed to Palmyra. Palmyra. When released from the hospital hospital Monday morning, Henry Gipson, driver of the Buick, was arrested by Sheriff Rothwciler, who preferred a charge of careless careless and reckless driving. Gipson pleaded guilty in justice court of Robert Johnson and was fined $25 and costs, amounting to $36.65.