D.L. Pendleton elected to the board of the Kentucky Telephone Association.
TELEPHONE Men In Convention At Winchester. TO ; EXTEND .THEIR LINES. YEW FREIGHT BATE CHANGES - ' MADE AT ATLANTA. -:- DROP IN PIG IRON PRICES. Winchester, Ky., June 7. Special. Th i Kentucky Telephone . Association met here to-day. Fifteen Independent companies were represented, comprising those of Central . Kentucky and some from other parts of the State. The following officers were elected: David Prewltt, of Pine Grove President; A. H. Bastln. of Crab Orchard, Vice Presi dent; W. W. Longmoor,. of Frankfort, Treasurer; James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, Secretary; D. L. Pendleton, of Winches, ter, attorney; R. V. Blnhop, of C-ttrt-ana; D. 8. Baldwin, of Richmond, and D. L. Pendleton, of Winchester, Executive Committee. Arrangements were msde to connect the central and. northern counties in the 8tate by metsllio ircults, and this work will be carried out this year. The lines of the Independent companies will be pushed toward Louisville, Cincinnati, Knoxville and other large cities on or near the borders of the State. Uniform toll rates and metallic circuits on all lines will be Insisted on, end a mutual interchange of business will be made, while the companies will still retain their present status of independence. ;