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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

Weekly Bureau of Information for All Who Till the Soil or Are Interested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All Itiqulrlrn find rommunlcnUooi addrr?i?d to Thf 1imM-DI?patch Mill rrwlvf prompt nttrntlon. '1'hln dtpnrlmrul will npprar rach .Moniln>, na(1 coatrlbutloua or lUKKfutlimi will b* wrlruravd. Facts for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poultry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gardeners?'Queries and Answers BRIEF NOTES THOUGHT OUT BY THE WAYSIDE Never allow tin* pnin'nef t? stay in the orchard. lturn them ? The best cltv driver we ever knew never carried a whip on Ms ? a^un. j Heart warmth Is Kenerated by the friendly touoh of another's hand. ?i We cannot prow plus ntoflfablv without fced'.ntr ? to k? ? p tin :n Gaining steadils Tou cannot plant poor oft tysr potatoes year after >c.ir, and i ft cood . results. Make ?ire that the teat." are ihor- . r?tijjtIi 1 y dr> after mllkinp or you may have crarked t? -mt~ t.i 'intend with Charles M'.jrpliy. ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

jRirfimoriil CimtS-ftiSpalclj; SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR I 1 I ADMITTEDLY TUB I1KST MRDIUM IN THE SOUTH FOR CI.ASdIKIED ADVERTISING. t'lSLKPlIONH Y?Un WANTS TO THK T1M1SS- DISPATCH It WDOLP1I 1 1 It AN DOIJHIl WANT AI>. UATKS. ''"tll.Y, pnc rent ? *.T(1 when paid In ?(1vsnce. No uO. lor Ipkb than 10 cant*. M.NJ>.\y, one nnU cute half ccii'h a wor;t for ?ill claiwlllod ticfiu Hltuutlone Wunteil ftt one cent a wurj. No bil. tukeit lor Iuji taun lb centa. NO A OS. i r.Hen tor Vkij thkn S3 cent* wbun charged tr ^Uaned In. Phunol or<ler? not Kuunui tc<IU. llicutlonn not KUaraatoe'l 4.lt?*r b-.W t1. AJ DEATHS. ROISSKAt*.- I ut the Virginia HosliilJll, l"'i lii'ii:. |-y 7, 1 ** 1at s . 1T. P. ,M? 1C. JiOISSlOA i". He is survived by bis wife siii<1 live children-?Dr. James Mordoti HoIdhohii, of Now York City: Rb'helleu (?\ ?'., Jr., and Francis Abbott Holsseau, of Hits cMy, and one daupliter, MIms Anna Pape Roisseaii. of Amelia < 'our...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

V LILLIAN RUSSELL TALKS About distinctly feminine thlan* that women unnl to know? rvfrr dnjr In THE TIMES-DISPATCH f?iriimond 0Time;s>-fH?>patcIi RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1915. THE PLACE TO BOARD ??? m?llr be dtUraitn?4 ky pattloic a KLinll A?. la lk? clMilflrd rolunmi of THE TIMES-DISPATCH The Shopping Centre Mi'ner&Rhoatfs ||r*-cf;?'"' I Speaking of Corsets HTHERE is no A better fitting or better wearing Corset than a WARNER'S made to shape fashionably, to lit comfortably, to outwear any other corset, and not to rust, break nor tear?a corset that is all that it should bo in shape, service and appearance. Thoro Isn't much more to say for a t'orsot excepting to ,);?ck this ('.unrant.ee with the garments. The excellent shaping of iliese corsets and the long wear will commend them to every woman $1 to $3 Per Pair "Security" Rubber Button Hose Supporters are ntached to each pair, irrespective of the price you pay. Kvery I'air (Junrnnteed. Sec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

THE MORNING STORY ud (he- Woman'* I'mr rrlll afford you a (ew niloiitta mental re- ? matlon dally. THE TIMES-DISPATCH IT'S GOOD BUSINESS (o read (ho Want Ad rolumna. The little ada reltevt the tread of affair*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Goth. YEAR voi.uur. or. M'MUKH <10 RICHMOND, VA? TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1915.?1TWELVE PAGES WKATIIKH I'ajre 0 -FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS CONFEREES WORK ON TAX DETAILS Final Action on Governor's Bill Expcctcd in Both Houses To-Day. FIGHT DISEASE IN CATTLE Special Appropriation of $10,000 Made on Recommendation of Governor Stuart. Committers for conference on the tax bills were named yesterflay afternoon '?}* the president of the Senate and 'he Speaker of th? House of Delegnt?s, for two hours last night the conferees were In session. At 10:30 o'clock they adjourned until fl o'clock 'his mornlYii?, having failed to reach an agreement Keconstructlng the Tavenner amendment ho an to make It conform with the constitutional law and yet retain its effect, proved a...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

it must not be taken t?a an absolute certainty that the German* are weakunlnp their forces here to strenpthoii their position In Fast Prussia an J lend Assistance t<> their sorelv harassed allies in the Carpathians Official and semlofllelal communications show that elsewhere In the Carpathians rapid and victorious progress In be I hk made. The Russians have now crossed ihe ridge by the Me*n-l^vborch l'uss, taking the town from which it derives Its name, and pursuing tho Austrian* down the valley 0:1 the Hungnrlan tide on Thursday and Friday about 100 offlccrs and S.O^O of the vault a5id file were taken prisoners in this region alone, s!nc? January ZC, the army corps operating here has made ait'Tfthrt th?* fe!!cw:nif car lures Tw i> heavy eleven-inch field cu* \ two mortars, tw ? iitv-twj iu! :.rers. a (iihhm of transports with horses, ton telephones. t v > . < :n:v.\ndln c oflicets. 170 other officers and 10,000 of the lower gra...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

BOOK PUBLISHERS DENY EXISTENCE OF "GWIFT" Swear Integrity of State Board of Kducatlon Is Beyond Heproacli. UHAXD CIIARGKS OUTKAGEOU8 Man, Charging Graft in State Board, Will Testify To-Night?Final Derision of InvcNtiKatliiK Committees Awaited With Keen Interest. Hepresent atlves of bonded publlshiiiKhounon furnishing books for use In the public schools of Virginia testified last night before tliu legislative committee Inquiring into charges that publishers have discriminated against this State In prh'es charged for books. Witnesses furnished detailed descriptions <>f contracts under which they are doing business in various States, and were closely questioned regarding methods of distribution of books employed in the various localities. Kaeh witness swore that Che integrity of tlie State Hoard of KducUtlon Is beyond reproach, and all of them asserted that no discriminations have been practiced against Virginia in the matter of prices charged for t ex t hooka. W....

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

Useful \V J 1 II Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story HKIt I.AST MATCH. 11 -v ''""rrnrr Alfred t'luy. It was said Of Aunt Mary Haker, of Wcllsvllle, shortly hp fore she died nt a ?ood Old a no, that she hn<l mado more motromonlal matches than any five women In tlio State combined. She was only thirty-Ave years of a?e M hen her husband died, and Instead of looking solemn for a year and then marrying avail,, which she ootiM have done, she said to herself: "No. no. There Is work to he dotio and my mission shall he to do it " I>id she mean that i-lie was koIiik into tin- cause of temperance? '("hat she was jroliif; to smash show windows and set lions, s a tire In the e aviso of woman's rights ' That she was K<>'"K '? XVl : "P :i taste for mutton instead of missionary lit the cannibal, islands. That Mi,. was toinp to fur-1 nlsh a hundred bucksaws and a like number .viwhuoks and max the tramps <f Ameriea to tak.* ?.rr ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

A Clean-Cut Business Proposition OUR offer to the Citizens of the City of Richmond is to Lease, not to Purchase, the City's Gas Works. We have submitted two propositions and under either, the City of Richmond will not only benefit financially, but by the expenditure by us of large sums of money your City will be given a quality of Gas and Service equal to any city in the country. , TO THE? President and Members of the Common Council of tlic City of Richmond, Richmond, Va. Gentlemen:? On September 24, 1913, the Southern Gas and Electric Corporation made to you and through you to the City of Richmond, an offer to lease the Municipal Gas Works. The offer caused much discussion, both among the citizens and on the part of the press, but the matter was not acted upon by the previous Council. We fully understand that the only question which can be determined by you at this time is whether the matter of leasing the Municipal Gas Works shall or shall not be submitted to the people of Richmon...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

Sirfimmili Cun^-fK&mtcl) TUB TIMR*. Founded 77Z TII1C fllSI'ATCH, Founded It'blUbed every day In the yenr by Tl.r Time.,, pnteh I ulilbililiiK Company, Inc. Addren* nil comanateationii to tub tpiks - dispatch ?. w ,l"pn,',h """'""K. 10 South IV.,th Street, Itichmoiiil, Va. TGI,KI>II().\K, IIAXDOMMI i Pulilloatlon Ofllee to South Tenth Street ! South Itlchinoud |0-<l Hull Street 1 I f(rr?llur|t ,?0 North Syemnore Street I.yncl.bnra U!S street HASIIItOOK, STilllV .It IIHOOKS, INC., Sperliil AdvertlNliiK Hcprenentnt Ivea. r?IT 2 ?,r,r , Avenue I k. Unti.nl Mfe n?iildli.K hlenjfo i'eople'x t:?n Iluildlni; SrilSCIIII'TION MAT1CS ?M\?XAU" ?nr S'* Three tine ; I'OSTAtiK PAID %enr. Mom. Mom. Mo. Dally a nil Sunday. . . 9(1.OO S3 (10 SI.50 $ .sr. Dully only 4.00 2 00 l.oo .515 i Simdny only ? 00 1.00 rsu las t n.T Tlnien.DlMpnteh Cnrrler Delivery Servlee In Itlehinond (nnil NuhurliMi niul I'eterNburK: Dully ?l(h Sundny, one week I," cent, I>nlly i...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

RICHMOND CtRMIAN CLUB ] CIS HUM DANGEi Last "Monduy" Ilefore Ijent Proves Fashionable uiul Attractive Event. IIKRCTAXTKH AUK IN KVIDKNCK \ nuua! Confederate Ten Is Given by I lit liiiioni] Cliupter, United Daughters of Confederacy, at fjeo Camp Hal!?Affairs of To-I)ny. Colonel Joo Lane Htern led tho "Monday" gerjnan at the Jefferson Hotel last ? ve.nini?, (lancing; with Miss ftoherta Kyle Pleasants, tho debutante nleco of Mr*. Reginald Gilham. Miss Pleasant* was frowned In palo yellow satin, made with an overdress of lace and chiffon ?-aught up with rosettes of black velvet, and her flowers were American I'.eauty roses. This If tho last dance of 'he winter season given hy th? Richmond German Club before l.ent, and ? he members were out !n force So attend it. The ballroom was decorated n palmsi and bay trees. and ferns and italmn screened the stage, where the ?rchestru was stationed. In the dln-i'g-room, win-re Kiipptr was served .it J o'clock, the tables v.cr? arranged with French b...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

1 I l'l ?IIW I ' IMIMIM ? ' ? CI SPORTS I NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD | SPORTS WILL CLOSE BASEBALL DEAL THIS AFTERNOON It road St root Park Corporation awl Ofllccrs of New Company to Moot in Olllce of \V. It. IMzzlnl Co. pick nami: roit m:\v team ltourd of Directors Met Yesterday and Selected ' Virginians" us tlie .Most Appropriate?Continue Active Canvass for 1'iinds. This nftfiioon tli- b< vr.l of directors of the lilchmond Inhibition Company will nirt-t in the <?!!>.?? "f W. I: l'i/.zini Co., Kast Main Street. to close tho deal with the I'.rciail Street Park Corporation !?>; th' sale of the local lights io tin- company. ' President Smith an>l the other memhcrs of the loard of governors spent the lx.it part ..f yesterday canvassing the merchant.- ?*??? subscriptions and luid a succ* ssfui day. Tho total amount of t h<' i>l'-?lnes had not been Known lato last nirht, hut It Is said to have rea...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

MH.ITIU MUST EARN OUTING RT STATE RANGE I Only Those Who Qualify b.n Indoor Marksmen Will Ho Taken to Cami>. Wllili shoot for ten days \ uniKtl Encampment at Virginia Heucli This Summer Will He Entirely for Rille Practice?Artillery May Go ElHCwhere for Munoenvres. Not every member of the State militia will have the privilege of going to camp this summer at Virginia I (each. Those who do go will have earned the right, according to the plans of Adjutant-General W. \V. Hale, who is now preparing Instructions lit i"nard to the annual encampment for the culiliinct' of the commandliig oflleers of tlii* varlou.s companies. Marksmanship on the Indoor ranges will he tlie tern required for those who denlrts to ko to camp- Those who make the prescribed record will he permitted l? take tho trip. Those who fail to meet the requirements will remain at home. Tho whole idea is to cut off the pleasure from the Idlers, and to "?ward those who carry out their military duties faithfully. In ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

NOTE OF STRENGTH GIVEN TO DOT'S STOCK MARKET Character of lluylng and of Storks Houulit Is I'nusnally Good. TRADING IS DriiL, HIT KIItM Tlirir Is Indication Tlint Prices Are on tin* Way?Confidence Knconraued in Industrial Issues hy Activity In Specialties. 11V imOADAN \V \ I.I.. N'KW Y?> It '< Kcl.runry * Tli* <Miarnc?*r of the buyinc and t u* char tctt ? of the I outfit, loath pot>d. nn .* a note of Mrencth to todnv> Mock marlp! Firm nfss was ncromp.mio'ol by iVr'nes*. but. although the volume of tradlnc dwindled *> the da> pr?>cre?!??,<!> there w:m :in 1 n?l!t at Ion of hlirher prices to come 1 ?? th> hem Stool md Ueadlnir were nip :m.l t.i.V f..? ? t? ? * From r l\ Ifeth|e|icui Stool rot. to Att?*mpt? of shorts to rovers were partly responsible f??r the :????. iii?f. a the n:h .? is bellex ?? ! an artov#* fittoMi; ? :t;l- ?<? for.' ? th?? prl e u. 'I...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

SIXTY-FIFTH yeah r admittedly thr bkst medium in THHJ SOUTH I'On CLASS* IKllCL) AJ>VKRTISING. 'KliBPIIONB V"Ull WANTS to TUB T1MKS-DISPATCH riAMJOLPU 1 , U-tNOttLP,, WANT ad. ItATISa. ?ll c'laJain"? 1"? "h?lL??nt" a wof(' vsrvEr& ma f'lcr i;3j ?"??'"cBtlonii not Kuarantaa^ l-rOST AM) FOUND. u.?oruiA1 ?' ';j,rh i>,t,,r?' ^ iVr7iVlyf "V J iiiit'H-DjvipatVh. AU"'?-?? I. -1. "ss^v i' ,:"iy Catawba Rann?roiM| Sirctt"'' lc' f""' % "llust U&,8?? JEW* OAkwood : 2skj8H ' viv.Sr,'o ({ ''with 7l!>Y *, ,ri'."11"' Oxford t' orri S) -i t? I i|>rn!\" r?? .1 l,:*J"-rs es r. for \v,,::t cun ?; so w''n.Ht r ?? A?,? '? ?&'w.7J5; address.,l to above ss s sfta..jt;3';.,;r<ward if r? ttrrn. .l tV "f J'"'.' ,:'" o, , ,n' Madiy?n . <V" ?"' v''"' UK 1-1' \\\\ STKli? SSSA 'v&v'v?." "-: ?sllf P'fk'iire .'V'i1 '''? *? with ??.?? ^ < v. at, ; src? & ?Idwpntch. ' ' tar?-' Tlmcs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 February 1915

' * ~ REAL ESTATE NEWS U prraratrd dally Trltli an ntitnrpawrd |>rrfrc(luu of detail and lutfrrat In THE TIMES-DISPATCH ftidpnond ?tne^Pi^pafcfi KICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1915. TO KEEP INFORMED On matters of Importance la city, State and nation, you need bat read THE TIMES,DISPATCH See iho several big exhibits of these Shirts in the windows and on special counters in the department?first floor. Sixth Street corner. The opportunity is ripe for getting in a season's supply and a substantial saving of money besides. Use it. Men's Shirts of Quality In an Extraordinary Sale, Beginning Here This Morning . 1 5 Each Or 5 for S5.00. Seems almost unnecessary to say it; that these Shirts in every way "grade up" to the high standard of excellence usual with all other merchandise sold at Miller & Rhoads; they simply wouldn't be here at any price if tiiev didn't. EXAMINE THE MATERIALS! They are the BEST woven and printed madrases, reps and crepe cloth: all of such...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 February 1915

CHIC FASHION HINTS Of liirnlrulnltlc value limy br found dally In the lilni'k nn?l ?hlte aketclie* un the Woman'* I'drc. THE TIMES-DISPATCH ' fUdjtnoni* 0TimcS<3 is) j at cl) IF YOU NEED A "JOB" Try a ClMilflfd Ad. lo (ho Situation Wanted Column. le ? word. THE TIMES-DISPATCH Goth YEAR VOI.ITMK ?.% M'MIIKU -II RICHMOND. VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915.?TWELVE PAGES WKATHKR T? A TT? i?nKc ? ?r AlrC PRICE 2 CENTS RECESS FOR TWO WEEKS PROPOSED, Legislature May Give Committees Time to Pcrfect Details of Tax Code. ADOPT CONFERENCE REPORT Substitute for Tavenner Amend-, ment Gives Localities Right to j Tax Intangibles. The final vote on the administration's tax hills. constituting the n**w system , of taxation to be established In Vlr- ' glnla. may be delayed two wcclts. This does not moan that sentiment : In the General Assembly in favor of ticpartial segregation scheme has suf- i fered a setback. Conditions not entirely unforeseen have materialized that make Inadvisable, if...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 February 1915

the network of llr:cs covering the llunKitrini) plain. information at band doe? not justify anything more than hopes of success on tbls front. It Is learned '.o-day. howeviM, that the llusslnn retirement In Bukowina has not extended very fat. and the stories told l.y the prisoner.-* taken further to the west ?ii' the surest proof that all Is Kointr well with the Ursnatis there. It Is a familiar symptom of the earlier battles In Gallcla, only in a more exasperated form. The l.ttest hatch of war prisoners to arrive at Kiev contains t?*n women, w!'. ? wer< t.t!\?>n In battle. Thev were not actively in the firing line. Put were carrying shells (o tne artillery Though row ileeldi lly second i* Interest to tlie situation in the Oarpathiaris. the Bzura anil Kawka front is still th? scene < ? f important events. The enemy ts fullx alive to its value here, and i: defend!njj i: with groat stuhl ri.!!?;>? It ts sittnift ant that more than 3" 1 ?!&...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 February 1915

GOOD CONItO* PRESENTED AT SCHQOLBOOK INQUIRY Witness Falls to Substantiate Charges of "draft" Against Htate Hoard. SCIIOOLBOOK PItOIlB CONTINUES Salesman Falls to Olv? Any Concrete Instances of "Grafting," but Kays l'ubllc Believes There Is "Something Wrong." Comedy of a typo seldom seen off stage wan presented l.iHt night. when li. P. Shelor, of Salem. beforo tho legislative committee appointed to probe charges that publishing concerns have practiced discrimination Rgalnst Virginia In the matter of prices charged for schoolbooks. Mr. Shelor, who Is president of the civil Betterment League of Saletn. was summoned to appear before the Investigators after ho had written a letter to Senator Andrews, of Roanoke, In which he strongly Intimated tli?? existence of "Kraft" In tho State Board of Kducatlon. When he was asked last night to rite a concrete Instance of "grafting," Mr. Shelor said: "I havo never heard a name mentioned, but the public believes there is something wron g." Slll'.l.o...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 February 1915

Useful \V 1 1 I I Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story v ICAM)SOMJC Ml\. ll.v .lolin DnrUiiR. Ijlfih. gradually dawned upon the darkness of tho wounded soldier's wind With a vapiio consciousness he looked about, and bis eyes fell upon ihe last person in the world whom lie expected to see Marian Hamilton. A Meeting smile crossed bis lips and lit up his t.v.-s for a moment. and then sleep enveloped him onoo piore. Hours afterward, when he awoke .Vcain. lie looked in vain for the face ??f the k ' r 1 H<- was very weak from J tho Ion* illness since he had been i carried from the battlefl?ld, and the' constant watching of the door f<?r a j sipht of Marian fretted him and re- j tarded his iivovery. Where ;s she"" he asked at last of j one of the nurses who came to minis- J ter to htm. j ?The?the nuis? who stood by my. bedside when 1 first came to life j Marian Hamilton." It was a long 1 speech f.>r him, and he was visibly > weake...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 February 1915

?'Ovenstclii Iirothers Comply With Ortler of Court in Nuit Against Insurance Companies. "?KY ARE DEMANDING $02,000 ''ItlRntlon Is Outgrowth of Fire Which Destroyed Htoro in 1UI8. ltoacl Hulhlliif; Is Interrupted |>y liad Weather. * \s ' ?' cliruary a.? Imv'Jvi i i. y. t,,H ?"??'"K8 Court. Parti .?iV ,*r0'. .,f* have ,l,c'd 11 "I- iik.i ' "i "le!r huIt against thirty r,....... , Insurance companies tu ? nr& 'Mrr1 ?f l,,? n??f?Kato amount u Jw , U,Une'' "" lhwlr of koods destroyed by lire in November. ' , T"'* on wh,ch huvc ,,ot b,ca x? m , Th". <J,'r, "?l??tH have taken nnhw? r?"8? l<??1 h'n? Sind wlU '?* thulr f/.n Kruunda of defense, for tNalK W h U,? ,;;iso wl" be ?ct Itond l.ulld.?B Interrupted. wing to tbe bad weather of the past rew weeks, road building in this .rftr.ioI8|. in ?cr,?,,?,y Interrupted and practically Mopped The copious and ff'-quent rains have made the ground slble't !l 1,:,H bten "lrnf-'st Imposh hie to work en the ro...

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