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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Atlanta, Georgia C Freeman ami A. C. of Owner ol MRS. X a of il- Fla. L. L. Internally J. L. arm 5" A. C. Injured about June An extra freight train tHe Athens division of the Central railway a tourist car belonging to A. C of at of this at 2 aged 7, and badly Camp and J. Lc All of the automobile were Dr. were who a o an had Internal the men 1 like the COLUMBUS The of the Commercial to Be Derived From Being the Route of the Automobile Are Showing Keen I of was In charge of tne extra freight 40 away when lie discovered the car oh the He had Just rounded a sharp curve arid the view of the car was i ed; by an The of the whistle and the brakes did little relief party was made up In with Howard at the the passenger train fook party to the scene of tbe were Immediately bring All the Injured Dr. was 32.yeam-df family 4s prominent from home In Florida and cone out this a- taking three of the Injured persons critically hurt and more the accident from the of Superintendent in wiU in this country of Porter Rome the has deaded to the who are detaining him as fugitive have the steps this will the Hudson at June organization entered the Beld today with the in- in the supreme court of the Church Its poses OS set forth are similar to of the Salvation Army and the teers New Yorkers are the Hoke Joseph M. Brown leaders of two mehts In tho peace through wiping ol old We selection of a son of qr position the state's No knew that Judge Hart WM .It Ha left last to Ws went farm Jit When he the his announcement she did not f over throughout Saturday tho question quiet the vengeful political at speculated on ithe this If many In the and Smith camps would unite on the state would oe. saved from bitter turmoil tho animosities engendered by partisan sleek cows In- pasture chewed on Rage Gamely Till received It Is Kucker will at a very be appointed to some position will HenSy of president of the Tatt It Is known that president notified him some that he Intended to NO TAX ON GEORGIA SAYS HOUSE COMMITTEE OF SHERIFF J. of chief of of J sheriff of J Kf deputy sheriff of Irwln dangerously shot in abdomen arm A. stomach and probably fatally W. a prominent farmer shot June even of death closed volley after volley from rifles of companies a the white desperado Babi day Instantaneous two the the paid penalty of death I He many received from the 1 volley fired Into early In the night a mob of zens or those of the military I companies which began their I after f o'clock Almost the P. who was wounded making a desperate remove a wound officer from the range ol I Bostwick's deadly another off was to the wounded the early I merging but It is 4 that he will I to the iMmt I Surrounded by his six children i he held prisoners to tBe I end of who ht declared Intention of dying rathi I than submit to arrest on the charge Tof attempting murder his brother because a out ot the of his wife's es fought the and not once i or sign of surrender pass his lip or appear In tlic of his was tbe desperate ar tax of n all dogs of the state that in very shirt The Monday the There dealing with this subject id Each way for the hat considerable decided to one dog without payment of was tabled along with the exception by TBe committee will submit re- port to the house and Mr. will endeavor to It up passage some taxing by the legislature at tbe and created discussion In. the counties of the than almost counties people positively refused .to pay It. and the race for Is Judge Entrance to No In the race tor governor of Georgia unfit the last counted on August 23." With that emphatic assertion yes former Governor Hoke Smith killed the rumor which became current that might withdraw race InK the announcement of Attorney General Jonn C. Hart for Judge Hart Issued his an- Monday morning tions he be i or for- mer or might or withdraw has no other Allen and Gamble In the event that Judge John C. Hart tenders Brown Ms tlon as attorney pressure be the governor to appoi cessor several well ki those so far connection the strong .to bear upon as ship are Hewlett of state executive Judge John J. Judge of county court of and Judge Roger L. of former judge of superior All of them are well-known lawyers have been Broad Smile tor La Departs from Sagamore Hill Oyster N. June M. La United States senator from and the father of publican spent two hours talking politics Theodore He left Bay wearing a broad Senator Elmer of is com ng to Sagamore Hill after Colonel Roosevelt returns from He will talk Representative of Kansas Insurgent and ardent defender of Gilford as a of the investigating will be Sagamore Hill probably late this will be arrived early in the He had with B. a- New York who was law Colonel Roosevelt's chauffeur for whisked them away to a The senator had pulled his hat and tried to escape But he was caught fairly at It by a of newspaper saw the Roosevelt They tackled him on although nobody recognized for his hat hid famous a going to Sagamore but I a word said m When he returned In time to catch a train for New he looked a schoolboy who had Just won a He was smiling his most ex- persuasive all cried The colonel says I may talk to The train pulled out and so the group of Interviewers hopped with the and to the next he replied to June Local and there of. them say Columbua must Oft the map of the tour to be held next They argue that ft will not be a run Georgia un- less U conies touch ern going from here by Preston and Dawson direct to thence by or down practically to Florida line; thence to the seacoast at Brunswick or then up to gusta on the extreme eastern side from the foothills of Blue Ridge to Is route for a tour around said a leading business man here have-been talking to a number of and are very much Columbus will put In more cars than so far as I can judge from what I see In the The on the Macon route do not appear to the significance and the ties of the realize that It means a route for motor tourists toured through New I what a well touring t means to Jhe towns England wa the hotels ana Inns met the farm serving lunches and travelers over a farmer kept The blacksmith shops were doing a good garage and repair lir New Hampshire and Vermont the abandoned farms are In demand for summer homes by city Lands which the owners could hardly give away a few years are now selling like suburban fact everything Is suburban to man with a wants that tour to We put In a number of cars and we will give toward the Columbus has public when something worth shows Some of our people are In correspondence with Atlanta and vannah about the and we are going to swing that run this way If it is Georgia Is our Columbus does a very large business with that part of the state and we want to keep In close touch with It If we get a good road from here f to hundreds of the b- men down there will run up their instead of Jumping train and going to or There are twenty counties which are nearer to Columbus thai and every one of those cot ties Is developing A goi highway from here to Albany Weather and he bis own or behalf In was that liW 'the are confident in the race will be decided nipon the st arrange the af of hla -As soon it that a In: the attorney office was very friends Judge .In the legislature to the he was solicitor of that and emphasized the talked of the session of con- gress from attitude of these bers of the republican party whom the newspapers pleased to you I that they from I pleased result of visit very modi v The paused a recalling tlie of after- left his face 1m- that Colonel and Partly f variable Lowest Highest temperature Normal Rainfall Ip 24 since of month since Jan. 1 from Stations and State of pt. clear cloudy rain cloudy clear 82 78 80 7Z if 82 82 7> M 1.14 Corpus clear pt. clear clear pt cloudy Kansas Key clear pt. cL M 14 71 81 8! 68 84 88 84 82 86 New 74 New j 80 clear rain 74 86 yW W 1 clear W San clear St. rain St. clear 9t pt. j
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