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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - January 25, 1924, Middlesboro, Kentucky DAto Every Alterrtoon Except Sunday ROAD PROGRAM ACTIVE I M 'i Vim, f> r II i s UilO Hill) I ml Is ii 1 is Mn'li lenient tills! On the Job i i r m 25.1924 r K01DS 01 vn I 1M 'i I f nrtl nn i luii In, fun, I nlfoittlu iimiini, ror inipltlip I'm he hi I I Pn.hopil f teinoi r np rt I he inenil r i I Ol" 11CH tit Inplm It l ,1 Ion )ir ii I tt ni11 Ii i I cimmenil d to the sen He t ic nfnin lion Monday. M ijoi lltlhurn u I hi h 11 j nt m o r the trciiud f hi iiur. p ill n to kion it M i til rn np fir I oi n'Tit I I, cm l isiyp I HiUpier h ri il prmim in ICentu 1 f r tl> ir eil administration- would nridouhtiMIr IK m let ve one Inlciliui he i, i thnt die v lOuuOjM till i (ill pass iiid it it does tnprp tuil i lo revenue for roads. 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II. lial! lipro fra j1'1'' nior" than ir. ..aMIsIirs'fYiiip'rs" in .Many Counties -Npeilcd In Care ef Children COURT CONVENED lij fiivcr.-liiy. in IlPihurii ;jild, P ,ii, .iiiac that PlievP.I tlip.v he ah'.ni liip fir ills ti'i.iiavs the rieiiora! f.irih" I IV, m nrn til roiidp lias inlrodn I IIP stil i dnil.t ihrtil u i Ih f i h IU (II II'OI'MUV VMM N S! M I illr t HIE opr i lnk i u if, i, i nmiy pi ml i 1 HID 11 ft i -111 that IIP HIM lor s HIIO tinip In iililiilnn 11Ml ilflns 11 HIP IPII n l flirr of huddtni llOtll Will (IP 1 1 1 "if, Oftljii lh> Hi PlltllPK III IP 1 in Ii Jllll MVS (1 ,t HS like ihiplilnpn 'I (nn lliu-.'.i! I'ivil cis l I.I IIP Of. 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Tim Hiireau of, child llP.illli to loweri Hi I ls.li uVitii rile mil 10 iss st mo Ihprs in rcaiim; i-hildroiiwho will.he physh-a" Tore a nnved en lutlie life HP 10- Press 1MMHVOTOV Jan pofl nlraost mute toiisj before the breath taking serle, flf rensstjon that 1 silent snbtw- oil reserve, nf anrt Calfronla in Senate, Lands wlttee now the legMaihSptatw of the unnerse The trial of In- sniing from the'Doheny 'Ii'tlosnre3 and hack agate to the Sin-' flair Teipot Dome emfeoglio with' Colonel vnarnr at- tornej on the stand loaned the first half Of hU name, wnths ago to a certain Sinclair race _ Associated Press WASHINGTON, Jan Kail former Secretarv of the Interior when the Teapot Dome M- lease made, today rtfi (o make -i statement- m with the auction o( E California loaned Fall .ev. lirjor to the signing of n nith the Doheny interwita Fill said he noifln- make no ntate'ineiit 'until appears hefpre the iniecllsation or Hoys who, join (he. army 'In sronps Ww lie insured of being lept to Kethcr In the to .Michael M. flordon. local re- rnltei .Tiie follr.wlng all from Piiie- Ille enlisted Ucdnc dn ml Thin'! iday: Denton Colson, .Milton A. Creech, lloheit Kdnard olletr hirles H i Clark nnd .Sanford SpPck.' The- first haye heeii assigned lo the quarter jmastPr corps it loit TJirnns, the oilier lo the infantii il I on Denning, lead licl, (outlining t although he hn I In he assisted to thp' At the plpctlons of last Kniem The'BnHwnfvJne OT-lLooose driien hi He'll hank near. n" 'INTMlir, iin Belli county nil! pji tins lear on a full es I KOIUR to the polls, hon Unplo lias n o "ler "'Ii Sfi tlon uho iilsb for him of the ,Hi The folloi'ing rates r( men ainmnmed for en- t the local IP nieilt in f, linni unit Ii, his Ipflsnl HIP floor of idihtion on (he ci t nip of I si, il ilhont iho first of h uilh line of fresh ipgeiahlcs frmt inn tiill he in of the new Ihe store will he run on i nnd ciiri i Inn mil s mil spcunl seiiK e iisn il unli fonipini ire promis" 1C n snpeihilendPiil rf lOrUtori foi tins ciiipinr it is ll'Uth t cnlPis I HP been perininent ly e.stulilishfd in the followinc conn II hfi tinn Dmess (ii in fir luloi shel l.y. Henry; Itnvle, I uicnln, I nl i M 'UtiiUPt, KUIX Iliilm like Midlsnn In Uoolf.nl soti. Ktnion, Mi i I np'li fpffpr on istle 'and I'ulton. hill II Dili (.liters to nidli Pr lh-> ippirlmntt or n (I'lvsical mint ill u ol (lulliPii nn IPI i ieirs I lli of Chicago, former1 Phillip. Andorer, lale University star an I one of the nest-known coaehes In the united stateiSvfll coaclj foiS.ll> jiirn nlit luvilMllf ie liest at the Unlversliy of Ken-f is'ne're "'ckl' a contract be-J Cold Kilpltnck the Hue Mnrp'n (.'oi.dyc.ir .Tire c.i. Oppe i id "IK I I r, I ukliu N'ew Month 11 I s If. m epn rcirliPillhlcr .hlldren? Its llon rlf (0 or nip or Slip for or olhar lillMnl develop i j depirtment flushed ilks along the nesa (docks; of Cinnhcrlanii nvehne his morning iwUh the fiKl hose At places where f Indersi had heeu plscd on, aopomii of the slick paie niPnls jesterilay. Ihei In neftl nf Th Jnnw, flintier Irts not heen tlscj yet There js so'irte o.neillon lo or lift! thit truck and and tor ulle, hn" in assessment of Pniei tile's distrid leads in tho vilup or coal and tirolier lands In Intingllde personalty was assessed nt Vi in Dell countii This Mini Is an Increase of npprothiiitelv oier last jcar t c' 1'1 j connirr'na I WNrRH, FOR ROBFR1SON IT t P M fV SPART Mondu when 'o( nnce was received 'i f -i ilnrpliv who has iKWn'oHt football gnme reoentlv, as one of the foremoStj o( .vvtM' he close of the of go Into' busmen Deddlng to re-enter the coaching proTeaaioi, j- sold his busing In Oolorido lo Cli'iagr) atKMVMt furnltnrr. not household, at fl.uVMT. and household it rwt.naT i (There nere 717 aiildmobl cd at IW _ .r.: and 102 carrliiges'nni] .IVF. MOOT OWI, MAHM t HOMB m J TAFE A large hool (ire one thit .n neier j-et chosen perch on tr. lines-Is the -1, tJL t J I iixc and'Is on in fhe wlnilon there. The htnllvnttl Ak KMneril sen ices for Dr lioh ertson were held at it t o clock this ntternoon, K F- DoiiRln officiating Intermpnt took place In i i 'mcteri (here f P IlPi.lg, II, K Judi Pr. C K Itroshcer, Dr l v logan, of ulle and I) o Hlnks nceompanied Ihe hodi lo Spirlanshiirg ft Ihe UnnersUy of pin was onee more' Kn- tuckv authorities; hid [hini coibe for a eonfprence athletic "counsel ranci gased o as far as. nilh the fun >rnl pirli The hndi remailied at the undertaking
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