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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - July 6, 1925, Harrisonburg, Virginia BY ron by Boy fot Starred - Serious 7<a :ui * the that an Judge Gore made to transfer the of the stage to another and Rhea county the In tn the the July 5.^P Dv me nearer and ot defense Associated July 5.Dr. W. veterinary and who have been the object ot ten-day search by a of more than 150 meii disappearance on the night of Junii by an federal of prosecution counSial have that the case will be foff Friday and John L. of the array of lawyers assured Dayton that the will be held comment on the of a scene fof trial and It could not be he had signed the a restraining ani George once the pros 'd a leading Jim a men were but in due to their long Insufficient They were brought here to a and after being 8Ufliblfenly stated that ypon the night of their by Ave hooded off from Dr. Mason's car to a Each arrived to seek Judge John J. U. S. of Middle Late this an 1 Gore went to attend a conference with other Tr. 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M Dr. Mitchell la a former student of Dr. Tha ol their not to 11 May two men were KRind on a a was previously by V It Is believed that the each night to a of the mountain that ' searched previously by the their discovery being thus very Bowmart to according to but Mason did not Bowman said that it had been four Mason having at being And to eat 1 the Associated July 5.The ruins of tho Pickwick Club which early tad ttp 33 bodies at nine Of 29 had been men and Ave injured were In and toe department Ssed to estimate the number that might still lie beneath impossible to of OIT OJf HI FALLINO f 2 Latere Thousands Been 8to^ was a Luray by taking the reel bapd started three to fall caused the races Farl to be postponed until next the first the Santa Barbara was worse than the San we through of out house up the opt groaning and nOise my I sprang utf and urAS pitched headlong into my daughter reached mel and started for the front it had grown dark and the heat twas we reached the with and ilown around are some of the Police Find Ford Taken WhUe Its Driver Was He iis covered with heavy thinking him if Thomas He i always carry water on Sy S as to in the I bottle of water which he grabbed at I ' In it from him Mter he about three swal ow w the ejects then turned my attention to Dr who was lying in a Lawrece said he through his lips aid allowed the water to 4fesentf^ he began to Signs of i Ufe and began fhe I him hut afraid Identified EDITH 28. JOHN J. 21. club MARGET 29. J. 25; 0ARIi PAUL p. 28. wraNK 28. 28 manager of the JOHN J 20. H. 30. Ford stolen while parked near Emmanuel Episcopal Church Yesterday while Mrs. D. W. ww was - recovered laie last night by the Staunton was south Mrs. last night of the finding of the upon leaving church and finding car notified in got m touch with of A and being a colored left the key In the car parked to enter In was taken a few minutes after parking .as another car Its place after the indicating that the car had been taken to permit another to park his car in Its Mrs. of in the Santa Barbara earthquake in a letter to her Payne M. of this Avis received letter She said her daughters Miss Avis who only recently went to had been a terrible and the and that locks of her hair shower an ehd to the Mp ond night of Uhe street carnival on the of Court thousand out-of-town tors packed during the for the was more than In and which of the procession here last during the State in the line of march were - eight nre two F- fife and drum 50 and in Hiw by in their neW consisting of a W with over the the best of any in parade and H. physiologist iof the oJohns I Who has been to the com. by of the United Stales Public Health I to look Into any ' Ini the of leaded Palmer's la Goine Thru hours of all the I ever want tp lUlT Hits ' to in By will have had the nevertheless to tell her and have prize of by 46 The burg Hose ' of now lies in as far W Us ness uad was 31 wedt all line outfit was awarded the the best appearing comply The Always There Ladder of i had men ftt the line of | hour 28: have section of 8Sea* mt Thursday I to Wf and others beyond the earthquake occurred .an the But 6:45 Veterana of had 25 In headed duration B metti I I I off to second of short course in domestic science new name for old-fashioned and lasting until July 10th, by Mrs. M. A. of under the auspices of the Music Lovers Cl ib at the Social Hall of the aeries of lessons will be given at 2i>30 and 4:30 in the The lessons are who may desire some new ideas In preparing these days of PAULINE PE LUC 40. in of Boston police and into out news of the J rtf besieged the time Mason a. 100 had Bowman was and cam near the the N. ' N. JOSEPH G. JOHN a 35. S of New York condition and lUtle hope la Six others suffering from six Stress bf work 1 eight of hlB comrades to put him a large by two thia the and tSh relieved tt W would be the 5--President and Mrs. today In the historic Tabernacle Congregational Church at this founded in 1836, they heard the the nation traced and a plea made | It assume leadership in of world peace and intimation of their Mr. and accompanied by F W. left the summet White House shortly after 10 motoring to met ushers and escorted to a pew was practically filled before the service started soon arrival and a crowd outside when they his the Rev. C- H. asked for blessings on those associated in 0. Exhibit and Ohio Railroad System had the largest delegation In the having three floats and 20 automobiles filled with veterans and The ' Sunshine on an ed this carried t-o prize for the best The of the ey of B. O. v. represented by the more than and of way in the On the boiler of the rode Gen. M. Confederate and retired Who pulled the VoU cord the coming of the of the B. O and Morris were .in charge of the railroad section of the Three of the oldest railroad veterans were In the They were Gen. who began In T. J. who began in 1872; and E. who began In 1880. _ the unique of floats was the farm entered by the Corp. detail of a poultry farm of a we have been spared ships and trains of and medical arrived from Los and not know what 1b before as It is turning hotter food and water have been rushed to the hundreds 6f sailors at each the city under martial and all Knob Newa Valley the Lee W the said jauch that he did iha WM torn He did an the President's nanie w In and WIU ter setting forth the goal fpr * 10 weeta V mm W. ger train Pittsburgh was in are j are night by but IM or more and are of some of oMr personal in up or In parks or out on the Avis Snd spread on the ground of and but cold severe at With severe f we of waV up for a we of several car lengths cold today was were train reached the left the First reporta said no one was of the accident to the said cause had the point of the about 50 from the Ties alona oT my and the rocking up and not The moat hideous my to baby chicks fading the pitched a Tried ana can t g. Denton and Sons a which required time to house made in line of of the was which and we started for the It hadi the ASI N. of over Curtis * 28, fell 800 feet to ira ' Caped with 9|tli|t1 in world thp s of statesmen and a from the East fot and f connected are hy are receiving hH ' no close car in the of ing three loa
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