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Sweetwater Nolan County News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Sweetwater, Texas T 1 FEBRUARY 20, M To Is Plan of RELEASE Feb. 20. Union iho of Labor and tho rail today had well tight In tbe adoption of ihu ' the unions provides a light in and the If It Is there the will direct to President Wilson in ' fUt hope of getting his Sallen Heavier Loss Fnm Fire Than states vper cent of damage or Favors Recognition Admiral Robert E. Of 13 KILLED At Washington ALSO JOINS ENGLISH IN A PLAN TO OPEN PEACE ' Feb. 20- The ot the country tie Valley dam n br forest fires far In of In the great as is the of timber In that the Service Willi ani average annual loss over a or three years amounting to the region east and south oC Kentucky and Tennessee sustained 32 percent of the to the exclusive Of Mississippi the annual avur age damage was 61 per cent ot the to This average for the Mississippi includes the heavy losses In in which alone aggregated facts are cited to show WELSH ADAMS SAFE AT BUT WHETHER THE RANSOM WAS PAID IS NOT 211. Wilson Welsh Ihr an mino 1>''ti by who him tur In mine in and he at to a t Co ills but tho whether the was paid or his was formi by the Mexican i A I ' 1 I t i f ill n. I pii u i 11 r In I'll r 1 i ni ' In i In- 1m lo boon to ill 0 Ilio pi opti iaN ll SI ll A lui ii n-l mi In Mn U ii il Ilio 1 ' tho no s constantinople MAKING -y I 11 mil I. I 1,1 - pio 1(111 Feb. 20.Rear Admiral Robert E. U. S. died at his home here today from pernicious He is credited with having discovered the North products in r n I Ir lor GET DEATH OF THEIR to S ato board has d' that tiie ol employe of H of Kort who while at woi K are entitled Inas much as he sent on which to to and Tastano k to a roll lo dool yoar lasi In 11 ii i; li on 'n is. roil w o Ulitis 111 of AT 1,111,1,.1 ol ai ami hui ion Mr Wanage China Ill 1 ino I- in I 11:1, i Io li I T 1 Ilk In S I 111 1 I ' 1 111 r ' 1 1 I - ll hr h n 11.111.,' 1 il i al II 1,1 111 I 1 1.1 I'll J 1 11 nil 1 ' 1 ' Il k 11 ' 11, I i- I I ill ol I rl oW k 111,' 1 I 111 hi r ll To -' or ll Slip Case At in charge of the criminal appeals court h ' 1 r I our ilay - ll Hatchery Is For West before to GOVERNMENT r I- 1,1' I 11 ( i 1 MAN SUES for POTTERY NIES TO BE REPLACED BY ENG 20. in case of pilo pinto county man that duplication is not 1. ill - l 11-111 i I lo I 11 1,> need of more efficient East as well lor damagos was in ibo The reports indicate that Ihe court lu ro We mom greatest number of fires were started j Iuk by JudKos c. and br burning brush and by the for C- H. Tubbs W to iho OF The suit Is tbo of a WITH PROFITEERING and the of Tulibs by on tho or r Feb. 20. Agitation against profiteering In 1 The plaintiff in his West has become so tion that the had done that the local government has iiim personal lo the asked to pass legislation of ging somo time ago bo one acres of from oil ho was to mako la That dis his liado aflor bo had leased the land lo plaint ff and sot lo run liim olf the by throats and ini 1,1111 ill 111 r ilio i 11 I 11 1 i 1 I ill. OH 1 111,1 the English FAVORED BY THE give to alone power to op german COLORADO AFTER 20 r a r i ia I io i lio liy lii moni in nf has Ibat shali nf ans as lors China iii ilio a of 1 in Ihe iiy in li a lan ihoin tilo ionios affi llian a 1 sidoni tli ui I Ibis lu l .is I rhir or in in nf or i cu ol a il fino nf a day is up iu li nii and wlm 11:,- noi In willi It will bo con- lior h. lilis at Iho - Un lo ill 111 of in 1,1 li 1. 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Feb. 20. - ratification of the peace treaty with senate reservation retaining for tho United States Its right to withdraw from the League of Nations on proper declaration against article ten In Its torm and demanding protection for the Monroe Doctrine in and were advocated lu a platform adopted bere today by the New york Republican ia i n h yo ll. ll 111 I MI la 11 ll a j 1 i a lid 1 on 1 1.1 1 I li w lli ll lo lo 1; ' i II I lio ( i i ii ii s. 1!. sp re Iiir I 111"lii.-i-' iin I p i iu that inin uav i ' 11.' 1.1,-ilion ir I S nl lo irn Wiis a nf ov fnr 1, ranal whon lio in that lio 11 linok and vi In Ihe naval he an Inlo tho luul named SCHOOL alar worth cracki second in 1 1 il -o t l: 111' 111' i Ibi I all ill ll 1 i o anil I'd a in V I oi Mill dollar of WIPES OUT IN EASTERN 211. is still in according lo Moscow quot ing from Smob In of tho prize points which to-day are in the army essay contest has been names h an according to Causey In charge of the recruiting station at 1-2 Oak will be awarded about May ho stated and and In one of his later voyages hO discovered tho which he hack to One of weighing 80 Is Ibat tbe inhabitants wore Daily gun was
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