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ml 'resident wen atlon that s IcKinlcy be noble wsitlon K'illiatn lasbeen patriotic o cone f ears and f--"God ils through humanity, shall not And HOLE Occupied By Woman. The NO ROOM FOR THE POLE Mrs, Maria Owens Bids D^ fiance To Bell Telephone -No Poles Ne^r House. It is an oM siylng tint "there Is a woman in the cise," but there was u woman in Ihe bole tills when tbe Bell Telephone men went to place a pole in 11 hole tbey had dun at the corner of gnoble trenuouslife; 'orb, does bitter ibe April, .y it, of have oven make who excuse a unscrupulous a dangerous cringing career think kind public ba we make the even who fool Isb not certain ceases Kood stance, Is Men, »)«frw. which inns along the property of Mrs. Muria W. Owens, widow u( E. 0,veils, and Xorth Second street. "You put a pole in that liole and do it over my bonus," emphatically declared Mrs. Owens, as she jumped down Into the big, deep hole and defiance to the g:ii)K of men employed by one of the richest eirpora- Oions in tbe United Slates. TDK T H O U U L E . trouble between Mrs. Owens and the Telephone ompany construe tlon gang all started this i n u r n f after breakfast time, wliei; Mrs. Owens noticed that the; men li-ul n hole in the alley near tlie corner of flcr front fence almost to Second street and intended placing a pole stringing wires. Mrs. Owns is a woman of p!u;Jc ami awl going wt she informed tlie men that they must not put a They refused to quit work and Mrs. Owens put on her bonuec urn) andgolon to her lawynr told him get mil an Injunction. ,Sbo was In- that this could not be done to the court house being closed. I'll so b J C k a n d g e declared Mrs, Owens, and she She walked bn ck home and traight to tbo hole, j u m p e d the men to proceed. It was a novel sight and soon attracted a large crowd of people, all amused at u woman holding a crowd men at bay. Rut tbe woman won. men not only q u i t work, Init the hole at Sirs. Oweas' request iud went farther down the alley to T A L K E D TO REPORTER. Dj.'Mocii.v'i 1 reporter palled at Mrs. Owens' homo and talked with her about tbe matter. lie was received courteously and when heusked wliattbe trouble was, Owens replied "Oh, nothing much. Where are you from:' Ascn't you si reporter?" '·Yes, I'm from ttie DEMOCRAT," was the reply. "Well, I don't like the DEJIOUSAT, that's not my politics, 1 have no the DEMOCRAT," said Mrs. Owens. well, this is not a matter of Mrs. Owens," said the reporter, "1 just want to knaw what's the "Well, I'll tell von. Just after breakfast this morning they dug that fur a telephone pole and J don't want it there. My Hue of sewer and water pipes run along there and it would ruin them spoiling the looks of the property which is for sale. I told them to like gentlemen and lill up the They refused and 1 went up town ijctout an injunction but tho court was closed. Judge Hume told to use a club and i will if it's I told him I'd come l»cl and in the bole. J did and would have there but they liiled up tt:e hole I Intended to sit out there with a chair, but they left. "You think they'll come back to night .So do J. but I'l bo here and hatchet H:K) sickle." "You ought to get, a shot-gun." "No, .1 sickle and hatchet arc enough for rnc." "I'm (,'cttlotf as isolcrl as Carrie Nation. Just look at the crowd," re marked Mrs. Owens as iflic pointed a', tbroac uf men, women and chil Ihe premises. "Well, -*d iiii-k to you, Mrs Owens," said the reporter as he left you, I'll stick to it," wa- reply. HATS NIGHT AND DAY. Tlio busiest and mi)Jhlitst little Hung tint ever was made is Dr Klujr's New Life Tills. These pills we.ikne.ss Into strength, list cxiiirss into energy, br.iin-f.in menial piwcr. Tlii-y're wonderful in ur i In, lioillli. Only -K,c, per Sold by tUdcliliu llros , corner .Second and ll'y'J ··"«! Third anil Day ' U , SILENT

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  1. Butler County Democrat,
  2. 26 Aug 1901, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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