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aiid that lo dinner In were J, K. CULLEN STILL IN COM A Niles President Weaker, But Will Surmount .Crisis, Is Belief James K. Cullen, president of The Niles Tool Works Co., was somewhat weaker Thursday, at Hot Springs, Va., where he suffered a stroke of paralysis early Wednesday morning, according to reports received here. He was rest- Ing comfortably, but has failed to regain consciousness. Physicians told members of his family who are at his bedside that Ihey hold no immediate fears for him. They advanced hope that lie will soon pass the present crisis and be In condition for the trip back home to Hamilton. Mr, Cullen Is IS, and his trip to Hot Springs, 10 days ago was inspired by belief that the change would aid in his recovery from a weakened physical condition. Accompanying him on the trip were his son, William Cullen. of Dayton, his dtuighter-in-Jaw, Mrs. Ruth Braver* Oullen and her son, James. Reports ol thÂ« serious Illness of Mr. Cullen aroused grave anxiety throughout the city. His associates in manufacturing circles, the hundreds of leaders who have served with him in civic enterprises, and thousands who knew him more leÂ« intimately ,but are one in nature of their esteem, sought lo learn the nature of his illness and chances for recovery. THREE TREATED FOR DOG BITE Analysis for Rabies Shows Positive Case, at Excello Three members of the family of Thornton Craig, of Excello. bitten by a pet dog, began today taking entl-rabies treatments, after a positive analysis was received from the state health department, showing the dog had rabies. The dog hart been taken to Middletown where It became so furious that it was killed on the order of Or. H. J. Wright, county log warden, and the head was sent to Columbus.