On post office list of people unable to locate for delivery of Christmas packages.

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EVEY, WILLIAM MRS - circuit on the report separate hanging their...
circuit on the report separate hanging their Action of n week of there tual docket i a l of l Ic de| cases crim- bench g Feb 9 and Unable to Locate Many Persons. There are a number of undelivered Christmas packages at the post office, office, the post office force having unable to locate the people they are intended for. 'The 1 packages are ad- diessed to Tot Allen, Virgil A r t h u r , Ackerly, Mrs. Mathilda Avis, Mrs. Vester Allen, Fred Ashbaucher, Frank Beckhcr, Wnlmoth Bright, Hal Broyles, Mrs. Cora Bauman, Mrs. John Berrels, Tohn C. Cowes. Mrs. James Cowan, Velma Colbrook, Pauline Cunningham, Cunningham, Mrs C Carey, Harry'B. Carlock, Mrs. C. H. Christy, Paul Dills, Rev. J. T. Disney, care 'William Anna Durbin, 75 1 . A. Ellis Mrs. Eldora Emmert. Mrs. William Evey, Mrs. J. Fullingin, Mrs. Frank Gesslng. Martha Hall, Lottie Hack, C. E. Houston, Nora Hilsenberg, Myrel Higglns, Mrs. Henry Hodson, Hqbert Hadley, Mrs. T. Hess, F. L. Hill. Mrs. Jessie Johnson, Frederick Klebe, E. L. Kimberlin, Nora Listen, Oscar Mullikin, Sam Medlow, Mrs. Joseph Meal, care II. Blbon; Mrs. Lena Otten, Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. L D. Park, Susan Reddick. Mrs. G. W. Richardson, W. Read, Albert Romans, Mrs. Stotenberg, Ester Schnlpper, Mrs. T!. A. Townsend, Lottie Wilson, Delbert Wright, Paul Wlnterstein Evelyn Woodrum, Bessie Wheeler, Mrs Mai Welkel. piece one- cen paper and 1864 five It with tha ten als 1S56 ntcgral parts oif the thing that makes him powrfu'l, which at tlhe ,me time make him liable to throw ra.y the advantages o his position. These things, *nd many more, ouglit be set down. But it is not tbe intention of tbe resent article to aittemipt a portrait xf Se.na.toT BoraJi, alluring: tu r tlhat ittem.pt Is to anyone who 'has ha! much eh«mce to observe the subject 1 it, fund useful tut the result, If jompetently done, would be to tbe ubllc. DISCUSSED CAMPAIGN. One day, about the tim« ttie oif Nations was In the malting--It must have been about the month une, 1913--I dropped Into Senator Borah'* otfice. 1\h« trosslp of the vlult urned on tlh« jer*ona!ltle» and Issues Issues likely to com* to the front he Presidential ejection of 1920 which was just then aippeartajr on the horizon ft year aneaa. I »»ksd Senator Borah wtat h thought would be the leading issue* n the 1920 election. H« replied wiitlh a terse promptness which Indicated that he bad given rouch thought ;b» question »nd Jad arrived at i clear conclusion: LBAiOTtB OF NATIONS. "The Issue," he «ald, "will be th of Nations." I had siven but little thought tic .he question. It had Just occurred tc me 1m the cowse of our conversa-tlo over simlla-r topics. The -prorraptnee* a.nd declslvenes otf Senator Borah's answer, togethe with th« nature of the «mewer it self, struck me with * surprise iprobably showed In my manner For Senator Borafh Immediate! launched into an earnest expcoltio et the grounds for Ms belief. Thos grounds were /partly « summary present facts, and partly based *r historic j«.rajlle.ls. RECAHiBD F'RIECED'E'NT

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  1. The Decatur Daily Review,
  2. 07 Jan 1923, Sun,
  3. Page 23

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  • EVEY, WILLIAM MRS — On post office list of people unable to locate for delivery of Christmas packages.

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