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To Leave It To Arbitration

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
February
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The case of WilHana H. Bishop, faih er, vs. Wiliiaiu 8. Btobop, eon, will )e srttled by arhitration instead of drag gring tueir ddfferenees tliroug-h the courts. The%partiefl live in Augusta. The father ieased his farm to the son anl this Ieae terminales in Api-il. llf Uiousht the son was selling off the live stock at too a-aipid a i-dt and síH-ured an injunetiín restradníng bim ft-om doing tmything furthter in thi line. Tlie mm carne back at him w-!th a counter injuiK-tioii enjoining the farth er froin molesüng in any way the sraan oi" $926 wlmh was the Inrarance mooey cadlected on tbe dwelllng bouae. The kou wHntéfd hia Interest in ihis ]i!')]icy detérmined by tlie court.' iloinlay was the I;it? set for hearing these injuii.-fioiis ;n;(! i.,th parties came pnepared ro fig-bt it out but upoo the adviri' &f frlends tlioy decidid to beave the entir matter to three trators and book the ear for in :i qiïite fricndly mood.