REG vacated plantation
DENIES HE HAS VACATED PLANTATION FOR GOOfl Russoll E. Gardner, Gov. Patterson's Brothcr-iu-Law, Brothcr-iu-Law, Brothcr-iu-Law, Brothcr-iu-Law, Brothcr-iu-Law, Says He Has Retained Hunting Privileges. (Special Dispatch.) FRITZ IANDJNO. Ark.. Doc. 23. Russell E. Gardner, St. IaiuIs mllllon-nlrc. mllllon-nlrc. mllllon-nlrc. who wns ri-mirleil ri-mirleil ri-mirleil to lie the recipient recipient or thrcntH wlili-h. wlili-h. wlili-h. It wns ilenlurod, caused him to leu so out Ills ftiniuun plantation plantation to other people, denies thnt lio has x-iicated x-iicated x-iicated the premises for (rood. Tlio St. I.ouls manufacturer saya he has retained retained tho lUintlliK privileges of thu Ramo proservo. which comprises many square miles of territory. Gardner, who la a hrother-ln-law hrother-ln-law hrother-ln-law hrother-ln-law hrother-ln-law of Governor Patterson of Tennessee, was reported lo hnvn aroused tho Iro of Arltansas farmers hv Increasing Increasing lahor rates of nepro farm hnnds anil by other innovations unknown to'" tho average farmer.