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Laurel Daily Argus, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1912, Laurel, Mississippi -U-T xTrt 100 THE 19001 Consolidated VOL. XI.----NO. 133 (August, 1911 LAUREL, MISS, MONDAV. MARCH 1912. FIVE CENTS A COP1 THE BAtLY ARGUS COVERS LAUREL AND JONES COUNTY LIKE THE DEW. ARGUS ADVERTISERS GET IMMEDIATE RESUL INQUISITORIAL BODY IS UAKGVG GOOD PROGRESS Indictments Placed ou Otheis are Certain to Follow Torty eight indictments had been returned bv the grana juiy at the conclusion oi Saluidaj s> work twenty-eight ol which weie Upon the seciet dooket, as the pailie1 have not yet been ailisted The indictments, placed upon Hie Tetord aie as lollows ,S Johnson, giand laicenj Tom Williams, giand laictny and burglar) Tom Kennj giand laiePiis Heywaid loid giand laieen-v Ed lloweis, giand laieuiy lerry Kpayhea giand iaieeny J P Gable, perjuiy George Moore assault and bat- tery with intent. Jim Head, attempt to tape J M Pylate trespass Lea, assault with in perjury Johnson, Napoleon Thigpen assault intent Willie Mitchell n'tailmg Tom Paikei retailing Archie Valentine trespass. Tannie Vale, letailing two fc The following mdiclmuita aiefup on the seei el docket 101 le fceij 1 perjun 1 letailing 10 sodorm crime igunsl nalm i nunati inteiroursp 1 pi opi inoi tbigerJ 2 sellilng in gigod piopeiU 2 MU mug tone ed weapons I i mb I suill and billi wilh mlenl ciueltv to animals 1 Tin gund is slill m SPEAKER IS TROUBLED OVER C4MPAIGN OUTLOOK Kno Hi W Spe lot- the nat, his, leai asfc hm ot the jou boo P Of I ma in bii boom ex- MOiS ul his stati' Missouri n a lew westein states Ihey e that the speakers boom is ly artificial and m kept bj s peisonal fuends in Congress la e Distncl oi Columbia, where jb lived ioi many yoais Glaik I opulai and time ib-conbideiable noi >e loi linn m doe s not amount to much, IJei aust tin people of the distnet li i no in national elections nit stnd six dr-lpfriles lo th national Uemoiialie So tin Glaik hull all HI Washington don I amout fo anything So idi io laptuimg ilie nominilion is eoi 11 ined i phase ol tli situation is Glaik inudi WHIM Up is holding tile PAilUd ollire ol spi ikd md il hi eontniuis m ionDiess will doulilliss hold two oi Uu i inoio mm sessions ll tin IXinoci ils con lirl lln liousi 111 il long iul supposi m Ins IKing leip li i tin ollici of pnsid nl In miss s II) I Ii would Imd lumsell out AluiUim Miich this IfOy Mississippi s lallesl j I Ibtie w ib eoiisitl( i ml ili about Int Stind u ool! n o daj whin N Hi a il- ly a bt Jlississipp an fiom I'm plating an oidn Ioi u1' Easltr sinl with Hits populai stiie This wnm0' man rtiou0h'bul i" old i si MII lei I high outei spam ol his liouseis niuabUie 5T nidus HIP i2l-2 mchN length of toal liom lollai siamjto bottom I 2 indies w-iih a bipifbt m 2 i 2 Minigu I'u i that m Ins 20 ynis i m Hie tailonng business this is the tallest man Iw lias miMsuied and Tie tint this vning man is- Mississippi s falleal citizen. V Shrimps! Crabs and Oysters Fish of All Kinds Fresh Every Day Phone 502 A. SAIK Hack Exchange. FREE DELIVERY OPEN DAY AND NIGHT H> Vs i lesull ol uiotln i blundti in (hi pait ol the legislatuie it is at least i possibility thai ill peisons who weie eonvictpd of 11 tailing Itquoi it this teiin of the couit at Lauiel will escapi Ihe penalty of Che law At Ihe tnal ol on s ige that the old law h wing bt i_n jepi could not b( invokul in the ptosu ulions of olfinikis, ind Hi il Ihf new law rould mil apply lo of fiii-es pi 101 to its passage Judgt Johnson ovpiiulid this contention il is said that an ap- be taken in. most of tlis lufi wwk, ini com- petent assert tint Hit su pieme com I will piobabh o (h judge m his decision Members of City Council To Inspect Street Paving In Several Large Cities M no! liu-h mil llu mtiiiln is ol toi Niw Oili ills lo t m ilti i ol sin d it ind In (jiuslion ol tin kind ol pixnifc lo In put down in Limel ind tliluls ol lln spei iln itions lo IK ipqiilnd ol i initial loi s bidduin upon Hi woil II is piob ibli 111 il UK t I illiii bPimi inloimilion wlmh will In ttn usif othu ulnshdon iduni ol lo Hum in di ti innmiife Hi I inj. lo I iml hoiist ol K [itestiil on lint imi denth win n a diango lor the biittoi was noted ind foi tin past i stiadv mipiou'imril liad takou pi lu m his londitinn had his b d and wis piepaimg to laluin to Elhs- tlAUSE NEED 'Nr OK (mmot Sill Liquom I hut I'l'oiij tin Dots Noi I Ti'ulflt Ink-ion Mauh l lln loss ol i liii ml In i mnlhtmli 11 li m H lions lln li id loiind linn I I i m in upon whost lioiush linfli lulni ss mil Ilili Iih HIM iiiultl ibso lull i 'U nrnl Ih ll h 11 iiihin d wilh lln S( ilith s n i in i li n iinl lose ol his li How m m li oni wllith his Inisiniss wniilil nlliii snl In No ippi' ll lin hi Ip v r i TIIII him Hi Hit tmonioi points oul Uial li lirfislaliin i umol aullunue Hit snl ol i hi MI igc thai is now pmhibil I In statute ineith In imposing piiMl hiuist on the li ilili Unl ii Iliu niui-bi'ei pllond foi sih i- in ol lilt -.'aluli piuliihil Hi ball ol vinous spintous in mall irilovit atnig liquois Uu n Hi niei possession oi n li ti'iisi will not I In- Minims li pi OM'ttittniin It is quite I'Mtlent Unit m soijit towns ol (In slati Ibis 'soil dnnli eslablishnipiils mlind lo eontiimi' in opinilion it'gudUss ol how luan' piohibition hws mas bi wi Ih ligislal.tiK Ibis is jiiii Cie.nl u Iv ti ui m Vnksliuig win n Hi sialt-wnk piohihilion nir isiun his b i n i Hi id h If i i i siiu n tnndi d I'ml i llns new nt UK [invihgi I iw lln slalp sinipb fed 11 liom th bnsi- ntss lint il lh> sum huic Hie h-, i nsi will m n illofd no pn It r lion lo Hi di ih i s if lln w( I Iliil piiiihui iiiliixii ilioit 11 MI ill ss liou sm ill In Hi p M nl ol di ohol lln n m Old I) H III ll I SIVs 111 III) Illl I UliMt. llKllll (.I HI UNI ll Is lllll i iii ilo sn I h i d III in ii il lln Mi Ilii) lisl iliiiii Ii wlul iiilli iiiil Ii ill il i oiislsli rillj I i Hi' nblin ilnm h (In n ISSIJLI II is i M ison m mb i it u t ilii i liiinlii in i i l- in I lunioi Dull i lit I i I) si I s 'us III llll llHSllli Ss I-, s I ill Illli I slsh M Mis lltl Mis i mil in i nf Slnibul i m i Mis ll ....TO-NIGHT... 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