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away on u out of nt that In up been head -In Ihe warm farmers vim. to little year*. this which W. A. to Macon. again. Louis out know. We In his la present toon be their mall teacher* Mr*, employed. Law S53.7S $10,770.Ki BALANCES. There is a balance In only four of the funds as follows: library $09.13 Police 89.03 Public Improvement 10.34 Water 306.47 In the following funds thern is no money on hand: Contingent, light, street and alley, fire, health, law, cleaning crossings, cleaning streets, salary, sidewalk and crossing, repairing paved street*, llmo warrant fund, Interest, park and rent funds. their at but no aud- nna* and salted peanuts were served. The spread was bountiful. One boy found room far six large dishes of Ice cream, beside* a good supply of other good things on the bill, and the other boys were net very far hehlnS, There were other attractions than the "eating." fluy Rlghter took hi* phonograph out and gave n number of selections and took a few records that could not he taken anywhere else. One of these was n song by J, Frank, "Oh, Lord, How LongT" Tom Ronan played several numbers on Ihe organ, and the young folks amused themselves with cards, carom* and other games. Mrs. Coonradt was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. J. 8. Freeman. THOSE PRESENT. Representatives of the different department* present were as follows: Circulation Manager Will Coonradt. Carriers: Roy Parish, Lout* Cosh. Carleton Cash. Earl Mann. Alex Clarkson. Ray Sawyer. Fred Rlggln. Tom Ronan. Orvllle Cross. Harold Enlowi. ROKOC Redmon, Frank Bcherer. Morris Richardson. Tom Whltley. Phil Ruebaamen. John Burke. Frank Stewart. Tom Albert. Ralph Hubert. Robert Munsle. Claude Rlggln. Charles Woessner. Bert Wilson. Newsboy^Myrton Doty. Subscription Clerks-Max Halmbacher. Roy Blckei. Ben Orallker. Mailing Clerks-Logan j|lbert, Jamn Albert. Advertising departmental. Frank Jones. Clyde L. Bankaon, Inn J. Bender. _* I LOOKING AT BUTTERFLIES. COMMITTEES Profeiaor Dyer .of the Smithsonian In- T-- ··*·"** , Mtq ,, a( WMhtott()B WM here yMterdajp Of th« Comity B4Mrd Nuaed by '° ·"»,""'"*· w " 1 *""··· «o"«cu« of butterflies. Dr. Barnes ha* many rare ·peclmens, and Professor Dyer being MADb BUSINESS. $1«0,000 in Proflts Sent to Some Towns. The Phillips corn deal* in Chicago mado budness good for the telegraph companies , (luring the month of April. A great many leople In thl* part of the state were flnan- I dally Interested. It Is sold that fully $160,000 In profit* on corn deals were paid In some of the neighboring town* eaat of Decatur. Then are many other* whole balance is on Ihe wrong aide. Heard Glaw. Mr*. Charles E. Burg, who live* at the corner of Eldorado and Calhoun street*, heard the approach of the party to the fire alarm box and tho breaking of the I glass when the fade alarm was turned In | from the box at that corner Friday night. i The person who turned In the alarm came [on Eldorado street from tho direction of ' the city whittling loudly a familiar air. There wa* a pauso of an Instant when «he heard the glass break. She did not : think of the flr e alarm signal but of a | window. A moment later and she seem;ed to hear more breaking glasi. She _ could not hear footsteps afterward. He must have left speedily and on tho beds, other In a T. containing menta containing sold were dishes total about 811 PROF. and health modern knife. Be* Even o( Don'* In

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  1. The Daily Review,
  2. 05 May 1901, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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