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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

r"l ~ ~euV * / LONG FLIGHT OF PIGEON fivemnning. 'F old New York. i That Number of Candidate* Travel* Over Six Hundred and For Important Office*. | Fifty Miles- ' Austin, Sept. 12.—The secretary ot state has notified a number of county | T7 A T T C IIPHTJ A ^1 J"t* 11VTFP clerks, &B8ocl&t6d with districts in ^ JTALLj UiUlM A ^ I £AIu£J\. which independent candidates are run- ning for office, of the candidacy of j Captain of El Cid Has on Hit Vessel a these candidates, that their names may , Bird Wuh Silver B.nd .nd Initi.U be Properly placed on the ballot that i .. , will be voted on in the November elec-! Inscribed I hereon, but Nothing tc tion. There are but five independent! Indicate Starting Point—Leads Mob. j candidates, and several of them give r, . n.A . ' as their reason for running that they Carta:., Baker of the El Cid, when are DemocralSi bllt eld n(1? g0 bef0IV his vessel got to Galveston, brought ■ a carrier pigeon which he claims to have picked up at sea, 650 m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

_ BRPp' >- -J') ! >e Courier EVERY FRIDAY I COU..1EB PUBU6HING CO. (unimoospoeatsd) charged for at the mien of 10c per Hue .Bar? OOCRIKK *KrKES*NTATlVKS ery .....Capt. C. R. Bcott H. Williams RAILROAD TIME card I. ft G. N. south 8 a. m. No. 8, 3.66 p. m 4, 6.56 p. m. No. 5, 2.49 a. m G. C. ft S. F. west No. 217, 8.86 a. m. No. 218, 9.15 p. m No. 206, 10.18 p. m. No. 206, 6.00 a. m Tk« Democratic Ticket 1 / M, Far President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN For Vice Preaident-I JOHN W. KERN For Governor— THOMAS M. CAMPBELL For Lieutenant Governor— A. B. DAVIDSON For Attorney General— R. V. DAVIDSON\ ir Comptroller— s J. W. STEPHENS I Fer Commissioner Qen'nLand Office^ 3. T. BOI ' IBH ve to ebest mon- nesa in Id last Sunday's daily papers was an account of the death of a little boy at Dallas from hydro- phobia who bad just returned from tbe Pasteur Institute at Austin, so it can readily be seen that there is danger even if you take the treatment. We think that the only plan that will insure saf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

TheT.St,ga ,of the ALMIGHTY DOLLAR Always Interests the Buying to Jy daHa'r ,h "" 'f Whenever s« a ch""« ' or make a dollar you are at once interested, to s/ve dollars for those who deal with us. We arc glad of our ability, and anxious for wh#t we can and will do. Public. Our desire is an opportunity to demonstrate to you Cadet Hose. Hosiery ia a small item and yet a very important one. We handle Cadet hosiry for boys and girls guaran- teed. Linen Knee, Heel and Toe. The hose made for boys and girls at Boyproof Clothes. 25c Our Jane Hopkins Suits for boys is beyond a doubt the best made line of boys clothing on the market and one truly as near boyproof as clothing can be made. Just the thing for your boys school suits, price per suit $2.50 to $5.00 School Shoes. Remember we are sole agents in Conroe for the celebrated Buster Brown School Shoes fcr boys and girls. Boys remember your promise to Buster when he was here last Spring. Cut Patterns. We have a nice line of novelties in both...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

* ' * M -it* \ Newlyweds—Their Baby By George McManus [Copyright, 1907, Prau Publishing Company.] H£ WANT6 TO 40 UP WITH YOU 10VEY! ALL RI^HT! PAPA 4LA& HAVE &ABY £OME VISIT ON SOrA! For Vice For GoverBor THOMAS M For Lie-. want Gov A. B. DAVIDS For Attorney Gener R. V. DAVIDSO For Comptroller— J. W. STEPHENS Btr Commissioner Gen.'l\I J. T. BO ite 1HERE! I KNEW THAT WAS JUST WHAT HE WANTED! BABY UKE P1AY WlV PAPA? Ll • ''' If DA-DA Tbt • pro , o iUvb, ^ every (?f running r prod*;' >'.>>'•/■ . fi t killed running lo« bail bitten other <■ 'y 'Ay P >„v- YOU OU^HT TO HAVt TAKEN SOME. NOTICE of him, loveyi WANTED TO PLAY WITH YOU HsTER'S report. DAVIS VOTES PRO. _ Arkansas Senator Showa Ilia Annual \atement of Secret* Ballot to Judge. | Inte ,ting Document. Secretary Hester of the New <-'1 , wJ Little Rock. Sept. lu— Regarding SecretaryHester of the New Oj ay be do Question about this, 1 wan*, leans 'cottoin^xchange has made | 3U to say that I have voted against...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

rery lute with tk| America the slatf that thBi 11 evident I than ev A merle under t as, havii ,000, whi 173,000, ncrease Virgi: eond e B crops( en as !, sfiowj 1, 9391 1.29& i last )'( t year. 1,696 ) last; 1,541 last i last'; ist II *sonals and ■1W>' *-«- ♦« , W. C. Brown and wife spent ; Montgomery. RENT—Five Room House, good water, bam. Richard Judge Hanna of Wilburton was shak- ing hands with friends here Monday. Deputy Sheriff Golden of Wilburton, was a visitor to the city Monday. rv «• j i- i - .. „ We are still buying for cash and Ou. Ine and ami,y spent Su- for caih and discounti our h E. N. Oualline and fam.ly at bills with the cash and saving | customers some of their cash by our low ca=h prices. It pays to patronize he store that sells for cash and has no losses on bad accounts to make up on our customers who pay cash. Try us. and we will prove it to you. Ever- ett Cash Grocery Co. Lum Ayers and Edna ar d Rich- visited at Keenan Sunday. ig increased our capital so ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

•7 T".. JL—1——: C Montfr Bobt I'tor Co J. W. Etr Cora State Tr /Imw %'w%Li jj'if- mm/ i&iEgn i "fctf' gleanings from a bumper CROP OF LONG STAPLE VALUES i8$U'J iuctTof Amertai'3 brain and brawn^ur^ycre toyond the reach 0„ With Pder'atnfpowt '■• .Tread Un V« «* „os, b«ai„a money in hand oor people commanded-conee.mona HAND_.itness the opening tine „ . r«p this rich field of bountiful bargains. j\, o&v lata , \>oi° id>* tuU 3 , 4t>AO' 6SC -'•if retail j'iriea >6ut; V\w .. ,l c the harvest sale new ginghams, percales, novelty prints and other early fall dress materials The newest autumn styles d colorings.tor school 5iatw*^iw« from one-half to two-thirds lower your picking here. and the price Some rich values for \ b£AOT F^U N«* BUGS ,ffering Ottoman value "Best Dress Ginghams," new styles for School Dresses, the very same qual- li y selling elsewhere at 12 l-2c, here 10c "Simpson's Zephyrette" Prints in new and stylish dress styles; the usual 10c quality; here at T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

I. SeeT t''' : \ N T, LAWS a t * * L 'v L. 14—NO. 48 CONROE. TEXAS. TtllJRSOAY SEPTEMBER 241908. JUDGE NUGENT REPLIES..OUR CITIZENS [Denies That He Deserted Mr. Morris—Refers Him to the Official Records. Fo the Good People of Montgom-1 ery County: ' kow, as to our personal rela- Some weeks ago the Commis- tions and friendship: We will .oners' Court of Montgomery' see who is the in grate. bounty, dominated largely by Commissioner Morris, without any jurisdfcton, in utter viola- lion of law, the rights of man, ind every instinct of justice, paused to be imprisoned in our jail the city marshal of ly home city. My neighbors and Iriends in large numbers assem- bled - in mass meeting and ap- pointed a committee, of which I yas made chairman, to prepare Resolutions expressive of their Righteous indignation, and a ift of some resolutions was nded to me, which had been fpared that day while I was in iston, JHj&ich assailed Mr. jrris ana the head of the court very caustic manner, calling ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

WAKE -r-C% (ig Friday Night to Organize Industrial Club. a flpsr.liig Rook <4 fci-c-ond Half ,! Texas History. 'J Other sVadie* ta) > s'"? mas History .. ,—• Dur C'oimjty. tttflory .Vrr- FJejpofm at Agriculture... ETig!l/ii Grammar with Comjiositloti grammar School Arithmt1- 3 " a 'v for «V erally |:e com- , to es- 1 into I'in Tex- nta Fe tarloads Prob- ne over sepeople i>t country bstantial business Ind men Rg because as, good nd other |p-e them, at they Mt have a ng of Jftuced tb fasto any ne sort of and com- fiely, by ;jve ways .section ■ done by inter s ink, to begin a ivertising. y the or- ople of Fclub will ;ies to be he town and ~ now th our Iknds. and how [ley are at es the these rwant. the fruit can do bet- . not- know it. : together an® ana to let him 1 his advantage I he is persuaded II come quickly 1 Club must get ' ature, anil the people to Con- tise Conroe, he .time. not stop is but a be- ere~"Sre many oth- 1 near home, that only by the concert- [ of the peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

U- Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy Proof Clothes Are the only clothes that have pleas- ed youngsters and their mothers sea- son after season. If it weren't for style changes it wouldn't be necessary to buy these clothes one season after another, for one suit of this brand easily wears two seasons. The new models are now on display. The fabrics are just as good as before, and the tailoring cannot be excel- led. JOHN We have a good assortment of the L. C*"Sterp Tailored Ladies Suit3 of the ^fewest" desig<iX and fabrics on which we can save you about one-third of the price you usually pay for such goods. Ask to see them. Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Suits for Boys from $2.50 to $6.00 Schwabs Suits $ I 0 to $20 Edwin Clapp Shoes A full line of these celebrated shoes just arrived. All the latest lasts are now on display. A Full Line O: W .L. Douglas Shoes Now on display and they are All Guaranteed m Schwab _ Clothe s—O A fellow is judged l>y the good taste displayed in his apparrel, rather than bv the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

% *.« . board, of Utbe wbrk iC/ men who their share. |nuch use to talk about fii'mg unless we get up This matter has been Tarted from time to time but bus been found to taku the ltd, hence nothing: done. If an "Indignation meeting"' is to be held it can be rustled up in a couple of hours. If Cone Johnson or Tom Ball is to speak, people can be found who will pack pot plants to the Court house all day and sit there for three hours and sweat and cheer until theiV collars are limp. If money is needed to boost or to discredit a politician it is forthcoming. Why can't we ne just as enthusiastic and liberal when the interest of our commu- nity is at stake. Any one of half a dozen ftien we oot id mention rchiId get out and start the ball rolling in an hour. Suppose we call a meeting and talk it over. Mr. Working man, flont be afraid to join any scheme that will help our town Kvery new enter- prise brings more money to our city. Criticism is a' medicine that sometimes kills, but often cures....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

K of BOlil BEIECnViSANfe mm) tmam. m m EAMNC ITALIANS ^fWMSKKT BROTHERHOOD OUTTHE BUCK HAND ON GASOLLNC AND * KSL^O^ENir. BY GEO. V. HOBART, ("HUGH M'HUGH.") In Paris, eh? Give the Moulin Rouge, fully TT. NEW YORK.—Italian-Ameri- cans of prominence and wealth are banding to- gether to put down the so- called "Black Hand." There has just been organized in this city a secret, oath-bound brother- hood to stamp out the Italian criminal in this city. They have sworn to ut- terly exterminate the scores of mar- auding bands that are making the streets dangerous with private war and are mercilessly levying blackmail upon rich Italians. The new organiza- tion will be even more relentless than the criminals they are pursuing. The innumerable blackmailers, thieves and assassins who have so per- 'sistently oparated under the name of "La Mano Nera" are not, however, to be exterminated with pistol and stil- leto. The new organization's plan is to prosecute them judicially. Through its own secret ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

n> Interest In Tp >.« ♦*- «««« « i*&< « «« ♦ BU33 to Mils Whitley and iftis Ira May He Whitley spent Saturdit in our city. wrv and Country two bucks in ori5*rtight last , ... us yonr prescriptions. We *RC' /want your business and can do your work. The (Corner Drug Stce. It you want any kind of fruit not j r carried In stock, tell Ever.ift about It tB« variety dn;] [,e wm orijer j[ for you- Everett in Con- Cash (jroc& .j Q0 I -business here, / yon could get', Deputy Ball is getting his rep up for the telling stories that are hard to believe. j HisJ,*test is one about two men swop- , ! p'irig wives. One of the women had a ; Mrs. Con- and the other fellow gave a cow to her antjf calf to even up the trade. While to leave | we >,jon>t <jare to dispute Mr. Ball,a for Dal-1 wortji we Would like to have a little awhile and in Winsr urn restor- Milton Morris spent Sijjday in Wil- lis with his brother Alf. A full line of patent medicines, Toil- et articles and statio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

WE THA UBmIC pt's Opening. uthfully said that if a t listen to some good beautiful woman a good book it and wiser man. i add to that a moderr. dry I store,with every line symmet- j every article in its place, with rations made with an eye to the [tie, with every shade in its creation larmony with its surroundings, i a place makes one feel like t' e >le world is kin and his hold on the lllars slips as if they were greased. In^oe has such a store and in Mr. idison we have the man with the I Stistie eye. His scheme for the | (J).orations for the "Harvest Sale" ' rifw in full swing is.*r-ctyeam. The f-Stalks gf-jrtigar cane makes Tr rooutli'-WSLter, the scent of newly hay makes you long for the ope.i fields and the woods where you can tread the falling autumn leaves, * the ysrds upon yards of Stars and Stripes awakens the martial spirit in every man and he in fancy can hear the music of fife and drum, the beauti- ful display of lingerie at once carries liis mind to some woman who is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 September 1908

■4! V ? ' •' -■ L'- -v •" . t v, ■ %\ jm Br. «• =fH' r v Con- ' to hey | 'able/'to leave ?rs. Steed, for D Jyili visit for awhile t j >T.,it for a month iptf , We hope she will ret^ er former good healtl] they are after us J Jthe prices, but we hj l^'are doing a cash .ih gVience has taujj Esh custjfewi must fhe.ve price's that suit them^l or our competitors, else' 'trade in Houston, or sonfe Everett Cash Groe W. N. Foster spent several! Augustine county. Geo. Willis was in the^T the week, the guest,tp) VVfc3t sPerV . ft.C& ^ •* '"-iveston wh<* 1(js OVhite-CAB^^' ' Fostoria'bttn46C^t-- ^siness.^ f. *** tuU " e«ect8' t5. - \on«. 4 l. 6 ■Ceer.u' .. • nfna. 10 ' purt Civil Ap! j Court, Civil Ap FMCMBANS *MEACHAM CINo width 9- * joafc 5o a JV other S4\n*asa" I"'™ - VT- vi* fne« ^ K/'f " bUG3 Hp .,aclal^-vesll l>\ : olterWB- Iap Ev4i® ttKug,lWa t&i colors. |2.00 J ' th th* -of N Vft\VlO 7Jn WHITE BED SPREADS in new Miohelllne patterns, fall double bed size, a good $1 60 v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

■ • %r Jl, . - i f BEN T. LAWS at the Bank for FIRE INSURANCE Cbc gonroe Courier, CONROE, TEXAS, FHiRSBAV MAY 20 1*09. SI 00 A YEAR ! iyf HMl*) rnmmmm ?¥?• H E w r| chwabs Set-Price Clothing for Men ■4 THE HOUSEHOLD. Usually needs looking af The Clothing That Always Pleases Because We Siand Back of Every Slit We Sell " JUST RECEIVED r .. . .. . A brand new I this time of year. f , £ v'.'lehratec! HIk. :-\s argvcomplcte any we kins gults foi Jm suj ^iy fable PStruask, will give a Ba I W ice Curtails, Window glades, ri *titig ay'-Orap- ies at ei > ~ ' ' >>s. ;-«s wise shot, ;'/ / OUr. - - 4f.il to see us ir bsu-. ng, But at A brand new lot of the Xuna. M-- for Boys and give a Base Ball and Frfee with every Suit ami Beautiful Hair Ornaments. $3.50 and up. thirty in a and Barette yo need to dress your hair in the latest style. American Beauty Corset iau:' We have greatly en^arg- &£. otrr Corset/f6"4 vituu Cgn fit. alnrsosv in a Corset from $3.50. We have *he'| „ Sung effect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

Conroe Govirier. OONROE PUBLISHING CO. CONROE, % "BLACKMAIL" AND "PIRACY." When waiters neglect early corners to pay assiduous attention to late ar- rivals who have given them tips, they perpetrate a disgraceful Injustice well worthy of punishment as a misde- meanor, says the Milwaukee Wiscon- sin. The United States Is a republic. In a republic distinctions between the rich and poor are especially Invidious. Distinctions between persons who tip and persons who refrain from tlpplnfe are not only Invidious, but constitute a species of blackmail, and blackmail is certainly a misdemeanor, if Indeed It is not a crime. The object of all good taws is to enforce Justice. Is there any ce in a conspiracy among waiters lect those of their employers' who are unwilling or unabie an tfye established and r what they order? Is any less a conspiracy iloyer of the waiters as la sometimes the c^se? on or aU Individual taring to .tl _ ■ — als, to .to against fo do not give oyal to his patrons, but an e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

I 5 til ... ■ ■ ... ' '. ' ..J * •) • <•' <• Quick Dispatch--Rush Orders CARLOADS OR LOCAL SHIPMENTS Flour, Feed, Bacon, etc., From Conroe, Tens. Address, J. McDade, Wholesale (Commission) Brick, Lime, Cement. Cotton Seed Products. Call, Writ®, or 'Phon*. Lodge Directory. frye nestor of congress. Santa fe PORTER & TOWNSEND Carrie* > Uamplata IAm at Wines, Bi indies. Whisk 1m Clga , Tobacco CONEOS TXZAI N. F. CRANE JEWELER uil OPTICIAN Higb-Claat Watcn Glaiiei Fitted by a Skilled r Optician. ... - -s> Conroe - - Texas Conroe Comaiunication Company. Business Phone *3-°° Residence, Private *2.00 Residence, Party $L5° Get a Phone and Stop Your Troublei LLEWELLYN & FOSTER Attorneys-at-Law Office North Side Square r-YtMPQF - TFXAS Member ImmKrratlon and In- dustrial Anuociation or the L & G. N. Country. Jack Montgomery Immigration A«r«nt Intern.tion.1 * Great Northern Railway Company. ItEAL ESTATE Colonization and Timber Landa Specialty. Office Over Corner Drug Sto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

■4 «■ >; *ff\. ■ '- , mmm / mm ■fW Cotiroe Courier i Amendment Election. i The proposed constitutional i amendments will lie voted on :l' p vblished every thvrsbav 1 a special election to be held on the first Tuesday in August, in THE Conbos Cou.iiek publishing Co. accordance with joint resolution County Court. County court convened Monday . (UNINC0ai'0«A.TEt>> morning, Judge S. A. McCa.l pre- — of the serious condition of Couuty j this suggestion. Attorney William's baby. The - tots life has been despaired | £ X. Darby & Co., Real Estate. .tat the next regular term of the Di: - fair yon must put up some m°ney tr;ct Court of Montgomery county, to - don't wait for the other man. be holden at the Cour tHouse thereof, We will be able to say whether | in Conroe; Texas, on the 2nd Monday we will have , , nrv I in Julv, 1909, the same being the 12tl. the fan m a y t _ • T iItr then and there to little rallaoad'xime card north I- & G. N. No. 2.8-rioa. m. No 3, fctt P-m Mo;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

m \% | ***|| t County Correspondence 11 played mean trick on bear their religion a mixture Died—Last Sunday May 16, 19- 1109, at five o'clock a. in. Little Dei,a a*e lhil'leeu years. New Caney. $ KEENAN His father died in 1905. He leaves a mother five sisters and three brothers to mourn their loss. He We had a little storm here last Sat- urday morning- and quite a good deal , of damage was done crops and gardens. I . " /'V, , MoudaV evening 1.30 o clock p. iu. at the County a3 j Line Cemetery. Quite a number of friends and relatives present, to show were their last Dr. J. W. Sandlin of Humble, in our town Monday morning*. Misses Ida Beard and Ida Bourlon accompanied by L. Tippet and W. Beard attended the dance at Splendora I resPect: Tuesday night and report a fine time. —— The H. E. Sc. W. T. Ry. is havimr aL Lttdie3-_If y°u hl*ve waist or new pump house made. We don't know 1' j10 ™attel' how fille the material; how our pumper will do when he sets clean_and l>reaB ot ^ it and in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

ONE AGREEMENT happenings of unusual w tere3t to our readers, in readable shape BOTH FOREIGN ANC DOMESTIC u It W« of Sufficient Importance " Vou Will Find It Recorded Here. V/ASHINGTON NEWS, /-•cording to advlcos received by Hon anient officials la Waghlngton tli.' so-culled current combine, capital- $Uii/,OOU,(M)l , has dlBbanded. 'jOt combine was organized * JHMj, and was composed ol rlaipanies: The Alpha {At Company, the Atlas ^Company, the Port- ly. the Chicago iipany, the Lehigh pm puny and other k - ,11 ;mco baB decided ! "•^■imperial Palace f« of Am An 8-month-old child of Steve Gran- ville. colored, living on the Hunter farm, near Terrell, was burned death Monday night. Louis Atchison, the oldest colored citizen of HiUsboro, said to have been 105 years of age, died at his h°me I lie colored residence section Tuesday. A small party of women left Louis- ville Tuesday for the mountains o Kentucky to study the educational and I natural features of the State. Several hundred deleg...

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