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Bedford Daily Mail (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Bedford, Indiana A nuke election predictions International no we service new boric sept 2.�?the whole of the United states with pot tible exception of ten Southern states will Flo a publican thia year says will he Hays. The Electon depends upon Ohio Indiana West Virginia and Lii Nois. If we carry these four states Cox will be next president says George White. Thus in an exclusive interview the party chairmen summed up democratic and Republican chances telling what they expect not what they Hope. Hay predicted Ken Tuci y will go Republican by forty i thousand. Termed North Carolina of Ahofia and Tennessee Republican possibilities. Hays claim Maryland and Missouri. White claim Ostia homa Kentucky North Carolina and Maryland. White said democratic majority May be reduced in Missouri. He claims Hundred and fifty seven votes of South. Wil Hays conceded Cox Only Hundred ten. White listed thirteen states As doubtful Ohio Indiana West Virginia Illinois Washington Idaho California new Hampshire Massachusetts new boric new Jersey Delaware and North dal it Ota. Ple cd Iltz hints tha happ5 a made by Fred Harold Jones mayor Allen s court to bigamy charge. Rococi sized circuit court Fred Harold Jones this morning entered a plea of guilty to the charge of bigamy when brought before mayor Clias. H. Allen and he was recognized to appear in the Lawrence circuit court to answer to the charge. Jones admitted when arrested that he had another wife and this morning said he thought she was in Blooming ton. He married Irene Braden August 9th in this pie silent defective Indianapolis men arrested Ity Orth Lily a House in secluded Seet Lort six Miles from Martina Vlha a contrivance Cost Over $1,200. International news service Paris sept. 23.miiierand has been elected president of France. Wiring May have been cause of fire loss at Home of a. B. Sappenfield last night. A is will be a Felt bit tips to advertise la Reri a county farm pro to its fair. Went to Williams Elliis of 9rnoon to inspect farm in Sarah Williams suit. Against Power company still i damages Over $1.000 a five room cottage of North o i Street owned by a. B. Sappenfield and Vicc pied by the Sappenfield family and or. And mrs. Claude Marliani was badly damaged by fire at 11 o clock last night. Of Elza Johnson was placed on record in the. Office of the county clerk today. The Are originated in a summer Kitchen from some unknown cause an there had been no fire in that part of the House since yesterday noon. Defective wiring was found and thin May have caused the Blaze. Here oct. Fair 71. A left All to widow the jury in the a ase of Sarah wll Lucuns \8. The Southern Indiana Power company went to Williams this afternoon to take a look at the farm alleged to have been damaged by t ii overflow of water alleged to have been caused by the c construct lon of the Ilam at Williams. A meeting Lueje Lawrence county farm fair committees developed t _ that plans arc a maturing rapidly for the big show october 6tb, 7th and a the. The classes of the various exhibits were determined and Cash As Well of article premiums placed in All de i Pait ments. I the committees us arrangements i Are platting rhe Public Square placing the roof was burned from one room f the Sites for the Ferris wheel st am o the House and the entire building a Wing and other entertainment con was badly damaged by water. Most cd a a Quot a. Tenis for the Oulu y and of the furniture was carried out. Other live Slock which will be on sex the damage will probably exceed a lilt More Tolian Oue Day. They Are Martins value sept. 22.�?sh�riif Fanner a ind other local officers made a Liscord haul when they captured what is reported to be the largest illicit still found in Indiana since the country went dry. Sheriff Farmer Bis Deputy. Emmett Farmer chief of police Pouard policemen Huxley aint Ernest Dixon went to a log House in a secluded place about six Miles North West of this City and by lying in wait captured two men who drove up in an Auto and then entered the place arresting the Man in charge. The party gave their names As Mill Gael Classy and r. B. Totten in the Auto and Dan Lockwon in charge of the still All from Indianapolis. Lockwood said the place was owned by Lee Graham residing near Indianapolis and that Graham furnished Money to ran the l uslnes8. The three men were brought Here and placed in jail. The Therill then secured a warrant for Graham and tie officers with the Aid of Incila Zapoli policemen found Graham and Broux lit him Ieie also. A four Are held in i ii without let Ond a id will be Given in a Rigi a Bain in the Morgan circuit co tim a 100-gallon Copper still estimated to live Cost More than $1,200, i As brought in. Was th0 a Mig ii 3lse�� of Carl Graor in j. L. 8i9�0�z�s a pretty wedding we yesterday a it Muon la the j. Laffoo of Toflia tenth Street yep pm nieces miss 011 ton. Who has been Irini time was United fri Carl Grimm. Of the Well tot we n. gown with he store. Iligir of fair Awer handsome Broom my All aeon Kortes or. And Frt a for a so then tf��., 4 they Wal at the pm men Volunteer to make addressees at various churches in. Support. Co to Church Day Bride. Making every Effort in w i opt Omery the last will of elea Johnson dated april 12, 1919, and witnessed by wit Liam e. Stipp and w. F. Brooks wan placed on record in Tho office of the county clerk. I,000, co ered by insurance. Lost in big Horte shoe contest yesterday afternoon with Bedford teams. Gallen a Martin finish mayor Charles h. Allen and h. D. Martin Wero the cloning team in the horse shoe contest played at Spring ville yesterday afternoon. The Bedford teems who Pai tic Pat us were Martin end Allen Leonid mud Jackson and Hetfield und soon. The Springvale teems were Evans and Martin Armstroff end Giles and Stunnard and Kiwi Miehael. William Fod Drui end Clifford Aid Ridge who recently enlisted in the ser vice and had been to Cemp Benjamin Harrison indie Zapelli. Have returned there after a tilt with Home folks. They expect to leave that place this week for Cemp trates. Texas. I tiie flu provided that ail property go to the wife Massie e. Johns ii during her life time and that site Jivu tile privilege of Selling any and All As is necessary. Upon Tho death of the l of mrs. William widow the remainder goes to the Sou. Merl. Neral Browning be conducted at Gilgal to building the horses to hold tie planks on which will to displayed in the open the farm products free space will be allotted to both the country and tou a men who wish to display any special line. The committee have received some wonderful coloured cards i pennants automobile Bann Cira Wim Dow sheets illustrating the show will i which will be placed this week. Cuti i exe Tive meet Jig of the rally Day butt to it Rani Patlon. Mho Are working to have a full attendance at sunday school and Church on sunday october 3rd, x920. In his characteristic Miner he enthusiasm into every member attending the meeting. Ban Henderson volunteered to act As a minute Man and addressed the prayer meeting tuesday night at the free methodist Church. He delivered an inspiring a message to the Congre gation. Or. Hawkins was the next Volt steer and he Bald he would gladly address the prayer meeting at the Pentecost Church thursday evening. On wednesday evening or. J. J. Tatom said he would like to visit the first m. E. Church and address the prayer meeting and help plan for the great rally Day on october 3rd, 1820 John a. Rowe although he could not attend the executive meeting was a a a signed to address the prayer meeting a Sion ready for convention Indianapolis sept. 22.�?the Indiana Diomei who a i legation to Tho second Annuel con , fair Iivo nation of the american legion will to take up its Cleveland a in the Cleveland hotel next sunday in preparation for the Convent Iirth whih opens monday september 2t for e three Day session. In addition to the Indiana Headquarters Aresery Fttie have been made at the Clevelend the Lake City s newest ind finest hotel for 150 Indiana legionaries who he it expected to attend the convention. The delegates from Indiana will not Lemo for the convention City until to i saturday night. Many 6t the Are expected to take their by Ivy a. And monday was with that expectation that >81� Stark mar of a Ger Alio a i a made at the Cleveland hotel. 28 candidates ride boat. Terre haute sept. 22.�?twenty- eight candidates were admitted to the Indra Guild. Ancient Mystic order of Bagman of Bagdad at the largest ceremonial session Ever held by the Lodge at the pythian Temple. A Parade of ,123 members of the Organ eation and the candidates headed by a baby and a police patrol marched through the principal business streets. Following the Ltd Remon lal a banquet was held of which off cd of the Guild and several members made Short talks. C. V the four wimp been of poi tel 1er ther the i to Elmre lit al. B. Or Merld menu iii. Presb Storien Kins Beh he Christian Jet l of Indianapolis was Kwoni the Clyde Meek candidates. Ludra Guild is the Only Apia Eisimi Branch of the degree of the United 0. Go to a commercial travellers in Indiana. Chimil of if lie View Sites for new state Park. No n North Vernon sept. 22.�?bichardi lib Iber w. A. Out Hole and e. L. Car. Of As an evidence of the spirit and in wednesday evening at the first presbyterian Church. Speeders Morrow Forenoon. Burial will be there have been warned and names taken now they will fined police say be the funeral services of mrs. Wll Llan Browning will be conducted at a algal tomorrow Forenoon at 10 30 o clock. Burial will be in the cemetery there. Crusade has begun the local police Force is plan nuns make a clean up on speedsters in Tiu next few Days and to keep up the Campaign until Bedford Drivers slow Down to and Sano observation of tha traffic regulations. For some time Tho Puli co have been warning those who Are careless and at the same time taking their names for later reference. 1 thu Siam behind this project a num ber of men have volunteered their cars for a whirlwind trip Over this and adjacent counties to boost the proposition and Piu Furd Overy available Point. There will be ten teams the list and their routes Are As follows Mitchell Orleans poll French lick Orange Liley of. W. Tech. Munda i Church Clear Springs nor it tic Heltonville a win. Roberts. Williams Bryan Taville a. Moore. Brow stood. Seymour Albert Smith. Tunnelton it. Ritner Leesville. Mrs. Wili a Duncan who was the guest or her parents or. And mrs. Matthew Robertson at Campbellsburg accompanied by her sister. Miss Oil Robertson returned Home tum Day. Or. And mrs. Be Job har Niau Aud daughter. Merr of Henryville Are the guest of their daughter mrs. Frank Martin family. U Street. It mrs. Walter Marie went to Colum a mrs. Marts s Wale. John Prlanty. Of bus to la is a Ornis for a visit with her Ottawa Kee. A i aks a a Fuest in the egg a aunt who is a Lueit in her you Mertle Boue. Iila a Home la to a a a a Quot Quot operation miss Mabel Brooks daughter of or. And mrs. W. F. Brooks so muted o e surf oal operation at the atty Hospital a i thle Mora if for the Relief of appendicitis the pet to is dollies Well is would been timoted. A Merit 90u11t. Chariei 9fr w Fuglei. Donor a. Montgomery. Rivervale Lawrenceport. Leipsic Salem Campbellsburg a. B. Crowe. Ool tic Bloomington Albert Smith. Spring Ille Silverville Owensburg. Fayetteville Miles Sund Fth. Georgia. Luron shoe Law a. Of. Brooks. Bertlette Villu. Guthrie a eerie so or. Laugh in mrs. Lena Mcgrath. To relied nurse who wee bere attending ber Matsoe min Vernon Trueblood. Who its Eio or re covering from a Surg Leal per area at Tutt Dunn to spill. Bae be Luria to ber Home to Shelby Vlf a. By. Or. Mckensley agreed to address the prayer meeting at the first Baptist Church on wednesday evening. Rev. Bolos will deliver an address it the salvation army on thursday night and there is every indication of e Good attendance to hear this address i i.<a8t but not least j. Mcmilland and e. W. Montgomery will address the congregation at the Church of god on thursday evening of this week. Sunday. October 3, 1920, has been designated As rally Day it and the ser it vices begin with sunday school exercises at twelve of the churches in Bedford. Indiana. Very religious organisation in this City is bending every Effort to full its House of worship or sunday. October 3rd. 1930. And the exp Ercles begin with sunday school and Aro closed at noon. Or. And mrs. Flu Wal e owl Ebu it Dren whose borne Wea figued by Are j la st week Ere Wotli tuft i Ina a s mob Ermie. H. U. I a Milf Imit al to a repaired. Ter of the state conservation Deil it ment with Vernon it and North Velmor ice teens formed an Auto party that Yio wed Sites in Jennings even to for a proposed new state Park. At Vera a Ulicy were shown the old Tunnel will dam and the Muscat tuck River. Here it is pm tanned to Hames Ibe great volume of water by Means of a series of dams and use Tho Potter to generate Eisot Kiclty in the further Develi ment of industries in Southern Indiana. A s brings Bride Freni Oranee. Shelby Lue. Sept. 22. Donald a Young Larmer resting South of Here arrived Home i discharge Fannu Milliery service to compacted by his wife a French Spiri whom he married White Oye Feegee at be had been maed was not known to Hie parents or for ids until has arrival Here wit ii his by de. The wedding took piece a Yov tuo a fact m Bich he was st tio oed in. I Kirman he is a son of or. And menu John Mcdonald prominent people of. Thu Cote it. I v mtg Imp a beat it a Bole to bal m when the Trento iii lie rei m a we Mimi Demhi it a lived Liyi Belg i Hay. Noer
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