The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Indian Terr.), Vol. 13, No. 21, Ed. 1, Tuesday, June 12, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Ardmore Tuesday June 12 1906
TH DA'LT ArtDMUREITE.
m Tv) arDmorcilc.
CTM T y Except Saturday By
OUI AIMOREITE PUBLISHING
1d7 8ag PMiMeot
0. U Uyrne Vlco-Presldent
. A- KUnd Managing Editor
j feotress Wisdom.. Assoctats Editor
I T Eaaley.......Bsstnes Manager
Published erery afternoon (except
Uturdaj) aad Sunday tnoralBg.
Vuirxi t luie FostoQce at Arcmore
a Second-CUs Matter
November 2 1892.
Confer with the Managing miUK
a ill mattors prtalalnR to the mi-
(ttUI department ami with the Pros-
Uvnt or liuslnws Manager on trail.
The Veekly Ardmorelts.
rr Tear by Mall 11
Rli Monthi M
The Dally Ardmer sits.
On Month M
Year 6 08
Any erroneous reflection upon the
rav.tetor ami rcptatatlon of any per-
vra which may bo printed In the Art-
oxmdte or any article baaed on re-
torts that are faUe will be gladly cor-
rctd It brouKbt to th attention it
tiiiur-.M . maker's Offlee f3
City Editor! Offlce 6
Unr Distance 11H
Ardmore Tueaday June 12 1908.
Krerywhcro tho name of William J
llryan la being acclaimed n tho Dam
ocratlc loader In the next presidential
It will bo a Kind day when the peo-
ple ceaso talking nhotit tho statehood
bill and enn meet faro lo face prow
4-nl and future nuods of one of the
j;ri-atcst commonwealths In tho union
Vorrpnr senator James K. Jones of
Arknna.il twlco chairman of tho Dem-
ocratic national comlttoe says llrynn
will bo tho next Democratic nominee
llryan will ho moru nccoptnblo to tho
"JK-mooratlc party uh n whole thfin
Tho senatorial standard (Infilled by
"Mr Cohurn In his letter to flovornnr
Ifoch nnd In hU Interview concerning
his di-clluntlon oiikIiI to havo a sat-
ntnry effect In tho coiiiIiik contest for
uloctlon to tho lliirton it. Mr. Co-
lin rn In entitled to nuhmlt his claim
for n Canii'Klo lioro nioiliil.
Tho atnto railroad commission ot
Texas roci'tilly Issued an ordor direct-
In; tho HoiiNlifii A. Toxiim Central to
rndncu Uh punseiiKor faro In thu Itn
sis (if ciiiiIh h "mile. It la wild
that tlm road will tnho nil IukoI moons
to roidiit tho enforcement of tho or-
der. A reduction on thin lino would
fort-u ri'ductloiiM on a number of oth-
In tho United KIiiIoh court In Now
Mexico Inst week tho Krand Jury
linuu-.tit lu a number of Indlctmenti
nimliiat tho Atchison Topokii & Kuutii
Ku for violation of tho Interstate com
inrrco Inw It In mild that tho Indlrt-
incntH which aro nccompantod nlso
by Indictments of tho Colorado Pool
& Iron company havo lo do with of
fences tdmllur lo iiinl porliup con-
nected with Ihimo which figured in
tho Interstate commurco commission
lu ventlKut Iiiii a your or more iiho.
Occasional nicnllim lists been inndti
In Tho Ardmorelle ndatlvo to I hi peo-
pin doing tholr plain duty at tli - Iwl-
lot Ikix when latohool atmim. Inxarl-
ably ri'iini IOh and uHinplaliit witahcnrd.
If all men nro ImproKuablw and uiiaa-
r.nllalili' why hIioiiIiI llioy ahun aunli
"What MtroiiKor bronntplnto tlmn a
Thrlco la ho uriii'd thai lintli hlR imr
And ho but linked. thouBh IooX'imI up
WIiohc muuclence with lujtiBtlco It
Krcp ) mind that tho boat time lo
nmutiHt tho khhmI of thtt (Nrrorttlloii
ia fmm tlila pierloun moment until
u itifid mhiI Mtahlo conalltutlou la fnim
i-d mid Ian lu oonfoiiiilty tborrto are
cimcliid. 1'he runl owmira of thin
country io all I lit iooplt. The pmud
fi.t IiohhI of luir a; runt lopubllo la that
It rrcoKuUca oach free man mm u wiv
erei"ii einpowHrcd to piotout 1 Inmell
l y liinlnii an ihhhI voIcm In tho illr
ml mtlon of tbo lawa that ahnll bind
Mm and IiIm aaaoclatoa: that ovcry nit
('(.i.jllve deelnrntlon (hroimh the lull
I ' hut la tho imuiiclatlon of a com-
nar' Ixilwouii huoIi aovoryUna cnufed
i'( -f lonBlliir-for inutiiHl wifely 'iud
t.iUi.r.-. that wifTniHH.U h pi'viIxkc
I'll kImiiiIiI I to onjrtyi'd' by .ill iimlti
! lu. csceottng oHinlnala and lot no
piniiui. ' :.-
HEfiRY VATTERSON ON BRYAN
7 y T a- 1 v.' 1 -t
that. lrfj v-.f')r- h- rww-fr.Mtna; of
th national democratic convention of
J to. WillUn inalaa Rryaa will
ha W put la aoralMtloa by at a tea
naogh in tbtr ar pa rate aa4 arm!
roDTatloM to ! to the larger
body only the baalaeaa of coaflrtqlac
an alroady acrootl eaa4MaUi Um a-
ieetlac of aJa ijika-nato ad dM
bolldlM of a irfattorm
la lata ttawr aaooart a cortala la
atlart of Um people which oltoa t
flm the boat laid plaaa of tb
moat far-Motaa; atatosawa a ad artat
That wkldi la aboat to raaaoaa w
Mr Bryan happeand lo Mr. TtMoa.
Rejected by the party loader la ISM.
wbea the lame of the old tlckat woald
hare a wept Um eovatry kia aaaal
mow awepua caata too late la
IM4 The eat of OrayatoM bod frowa
old and Infirm and coo Id not avail
himiKrlf of the glory that at loaajUi
waa hl Ha IWed. however lokg
rouub lo wltaa tha tiiumph of the
cattae which waa Cosr to bla heart
la the aartoa of a aaaolaoa pat for-
ward by hlmaetf aad Ma ImmotHate
f lira 4.
Mr. HryAB la mora forfuaata thaa
Mr. Tlldeti lie cnrrles no dlaaMHtlea
Ha haa anrrlved Um emdlUaa and
hyaterla of tb lU-aUuretl (Wiapalan of
ISM. Thoagk )H wat to a dwldll
Inatood of n rising vote In l'J(W. lie
baa held hla ornaril.ntlon and follow-
ing Intact. Tbw end of tho caTnilgn
of l'j'M aaw him the one kingpin
erected nnd atandlng; and alnco then
It mint b conceded that ho hna car-
ried hlmaolf with a prudence and
aplomb Intimating to thoughtful oh-
aorvera tbo growing rather than the
Tho Nebraahan la at the height of
hla powurn. If tho imrty ennnot be
uiiltiHt on hlrn iifion whnrn elte?
There la a living hope among the dem-
ocratic rank nnd file that wo can car-
ry tho next election and a latent fear
thnt the chance of doing ao may be
hllchted by Hiaalbl factlonlam mud
dM by mlalendlng Inlluencoa. Thoao
democrata rofuao to take two bltoa
at a cherry. Mr. llryan la na good n
ho will le two yonra hence. They In-
tend to any ao. They do not Intend to
wait. Wliat ho will moat neiil wUI bo
moral aupport. and thla they moan to
lnup up lu in lllcletil moHNure and In
ndvanco. Aa n connoiiucnce inich
Ktato at Ifimt In the wt and aoutli
which mcota In convention fur nny
purtxmo from now onward will fol-
low tho lend of MUiwiiirl. ArkanKna
nnd IndlatiH naming him na the
ulandaril lienrer for 1008.
So much for tho more or lean auper-
flelal nnd fwrty aapecta of tho cnao.
Hut behind thorn and bolow them
there lie yet half-hidden forces Im-
meaaiircable and momunloua. Tho
people have loat control of their kov-
ernment and they Ih.-kIii to feel IL
to aeo It. to know It. The free illver
emotion for It wna little ulao waa
merely tho nmnlfoatntlnn of a dla-
temper ot whoae real UHtiiro an I ex-
tent lu lMTi tho country waa not ful-
ly advUod. Something nllwl It. It
cried aloud and In anawer to thla
cry varloua doctora nppirod; -.nuny
of them emplrlclata moat of them
IroiiKorH but all of them urgt'ig n
noatrum which aa ovorybody ouht
now to reallne waa not a romody at
If Mr. llryan had been olectcd lu
I81H1 and tho free atlver cure-Hll could
have bcim tried It would have brought
no rollof. On tho contrary It would
havo renultod In ovorwhelmlng dla-
appolntmimt and roantlou. Jual aa tho
trend of modern thouglit had hot
acnluat the double atatidMrd at the
ckwe of It. Klavery had become lmoa-
alble nnd It went It way. Khhj allvor
vh iHiually ImfHHatlblo and It haa
Hone Ita wny. Ita dlajtpiKMtrauco makca
doinooracy uholo aplu. It bring
democrata toaetlu'rmtltf "Inora prartm'
ly aa after the war '"$lf aec-tloua they
cuiiio tcmellier. all fuotltMia and f"
tlonal laauaa rvmovl. tho bond of
njinement yet vital d eternal; the
pact of the tuaaaea agalnat theclaaaoa
tho mllltla KKtUnat the igular; tho
aoviirumeitt of the peoul aud by the
pmiplo. aceklng tho greate.it Rood to
tho aroHtoat Hiimher agalnat the or
Kiiulced power of dlahonoat money Hot-
ting through favorltlam and prlvlli
the government of the ayudlcatoa by
tho HymllcatoM and for the ywlloatea
Thla lattor wo miroly know tiiloa
In the two limine; of coufrca at
Waahlngton If not In the White llouao
whuro a yot problematic character In
plnylng queer ihiIIIIch and pursuing
iIbvIouh waye to what llnnllty no nmu
emu plainly any or Hue. but aa demo
crHta evorywhoro feel and bfllt-ve
boding no bkhI to uny real or laatlng
Tho republican party la n mammoth
I runt. It la the areatoat of all ayndlca
toe. It could not If It would mund auy
nf tho nbiiKtw whluli Imvo grown up
under Ita nilnUtrtitlon and which aj)
I mnr in ovory department ot the pullf
leal (Himmerolitl nnd ocouomlo uroua
It la roapouelblfe for the omivorslon ui
m' . irrn' f-r '-noil latloc of
ail financial por to a few handc at
a few money coaUra; for the etimlna
tkn of the eptrlt 9 id a'nea of te
eouatabtllty from Um par? fab 1c lor
ibf corraptJoft of Um vary ma of
ta political fabric la Uta Ielsl3tarj
and ta alactorau frotr. ot tnd of Ot)
lar.4 to tk other.
Thla la aot m orar-atatemaac It to
sot a prafaic4 atataaaeox It to fat.
Ijr aaaauatiated by tfea revelaUoaa to
ddaat to the InaarfMc laaalry tk
rarelatknaa lacMaat to tha procind
lags of ongreaa tao ravelaUoar toy
eMaat to tha axaaaaraa of Um eor-
poraUoaa. ba1aalac artfk Suaatard
Oil aa4 cadlag wttk te Pcaaaylvaala
Thara la a aaoral awakcatag. Tawra
ara a popular roruiato ami apriahts.
Tkra aaaat ba a tkoroagb ovarhaulbag
of the srttatB. a complet cbaaac of
the parties la Um government aad ao
nfatter how attract Ira the prfsldont
may appear ia the character of a re-
former or hoar aoceaefully h mat
akape the elemeata ao aa to forra kto
party to accept him or defeat la
there la a prevmRim belief wtrtt
ay proT Irreaiatlble that Mr. Mry
an kaa aerved Ms probation and rn-
wi hla reward; that In hla pereorj
tanda an actual and vialble vlotlw
of all thtt la wanton and crimlral In
oar politics; that with Increasing
yeara and atudy and travel beta come.
Increasing wladom; that. In short he
can ba truated to take tho holm and
ateer ua away from the breakers of
gang-and-graft politics having Ita
headquarters in the republican ateor-
Ing committee of tho aonate nnd In
the republican apeaker and hla rules
committee of tho home.
Such la tho meaning and portent
of the llryan boom and movement
which "upon the roturn of tho na-
tive" will at ence receive an Impotux
and accoleratlon great enough to al
lay all doubt of Ita apontaneoni and
The Courier-Journal accepts the alb
nation heartily. It I a democrat pure
ami hlmple. It nurse neither aorea
nor aiorca. Nothing haa over ontcrod
the hood of It about Mr. llryan which
It did not long no kick out at the
heel and It proponoa to labor earnest-
ly and unceaalnKly to make hla olcc-
tlon an nccompllnhod fact entertain-
ing tho while the very liveliest and
largest hopo. UmUvlllo Courier
Anyway tho Oyator liny dato lino
will coma after nwhllo.
PACKERS FOUND GUILTY.
Jury Decides Against a Number of
Packers In Rebate Cases.
KanaaH City. June 12. Armour ft
Co.. Hwlft & Co. Cudahy & Co. and
tho Nulfcou Morrla I'ackjng Co. were
found guilty In the United States ills
trlct court hero ahortly before noon
toilny of accepting concoafon lion
thellurllngton rnllwn on export ship-
inontH of imcklng Iiouho prmlticta.
JiiiIko Smith Mol'heraon of Hod Oak
Iowa the protddlng judge atnted that
sentuncu would not ho asonod until
thu chho annliiKt tho Ilurlington which
Is clmrged with granting concession
to iwkera la coiulud'd Tho Ilu
llugtou's ttlal bctilua thla afternoon
The lw In the ch" pfvld's fr fiif
only ami not any Jail suntonco.
Aftor the Jury rotlreil A. (1. Valken
hurgh district attorney annoiimed
thnt the Kovornmont ami attornov for
ilufwndauta had practically a.-n-od
upon the atatement ot facta In the
case of the Chicago llurllnglor- A
Quliicy railway which was mnler In-
dictment charged with granting con
cession to Micklng comitsnlea whose
csKca were ou trial today. No wit
tieasos thoroforo will bo oxamlnel In
th lliirllugtou caso. which will proti
ably (jouie to trial thla afternoon.
Slmou. I. T Juno II. Dr. and Mrs.
Itogera .1. W. Drown wife timl dauKh-
tor attunded a oblldron's day svrtloe at
OsvvHlt yeateulHy. They report a good
time and a royal entertainment. The
Oswalt HH)ple novur do tilings hi
The A. V. & A. M. hold their niinuul
election Matunta). T. .1. llrisco pre
nidi- with (1. VV. Illcli sec re tar) i'oi
the lomliig year.
On nccouut of ao much wet wonth
er. tho furmera aro badlv behind with
their work but amp arc !iokliig irnn
onably wdl. Tho cotton acr.'ag! In
till h kectlon U consderwbl) ahortei
than usual aud the crop late. Mtinv
farmera lmvu hnd to plnnt over two
and three times.
A scheme haa been set on foot to
build a big (-'armors' Union gin at
this place. Nothliux delltilte. however
has boon given to (ho public t hut
lu all probability tho glu will he built.
The Woodmen have sot Friday the
lUtli for deconitlon day. Tho entire
n.Qlghborhood will Join in mid the
wholo Hay In) apont In n goiteral oloau
itta; up of the ghtvu yard.
DOS FROM OOwGHERTY
f .. .- . T J . ii '. -Frr !
pa-t wk w ta- had fine cottoo
weather. The tkerxnaoMter rtaiater-
lag lt la the sta le about 1 p. m..
yterday. Joae loth and the fartaars
John Tollaaoa kaa parch as d UM
home of WUlUxa Oaa and will make
some needed repairs. Mr. Oats will
make Ms home la Texas as he la an
old Confederate Veteran sad will
share la Um states appropriation for
Lee Oall of Ardmore. kaa baaa
loading three ears of Um Ism stone
quarried here the peat weak.
ilob Motthlna and family of Ard-
more apaat part of last weak with
friends la tbls villaaa.
Miss Rtkai Ford commences a
short term of Boaster school in this
Miaa Delia Malee and Miss Mary
Maahbara of Darls. 1. T. wars lesta
of Miss MatUe Muater from frldaj
ntll Sunday night. While here tliry
enjoyod aa excursion V the canyon
and expressed themselves as delight
d with Uie beanUful soanary of
Miss F rankle CoCeo who has been
confided to Um house by sickness
T-trly all tba winter aad gpring was
moved to Uie crnaher laat week hop-
ing that the cot would benefit her
ike will rlMt her sister Mr. Alleu
Klward Fairies assistant of tho
Santa Fe agent at this station visited
friends at Crowley Tex. on Sunday.
Uncle Hobby Fauikner took out a
flahlng fisrty on Friday and they re-
port having had a fine time. Cooking
their fish on tne banks of the stream.
Who ever la fortunate enough to re-
ceive an Invitation to go with I'ncle
Hobby fishing la sure of a right good
'.Ime for ono day at least.
Hubert Young of Crusher spent Sun-
lay at Dougherty.
Thieves entered tho home of Char-
lie and Jeaa Darker situated about a
half mile south of this village and
-lose to thu railroad track whllo the
families were absent and took about
what they wanted too one day last
I.lttlu Cloddlc lSlklns haa been quite
dek for n number of days nnd It lb
feared tie Is going to have alow fever.
Mrs. IIIMmrd Ik moving bur house-
hold kooiIh to Holdenvlllo.
(iuy I'urduo of Ardmoro visited
friends In town last Friday.
The MImsoh Smith of Mill Creek vis
Itfd Dougherty on Saturday last.
Harden Duo) Is at homo again nttet
u trip down Into Texas extending
over several weeks.
V. C. Ingram had buslnosa which
took him to Caliioavlllo Te.au yes-
Kobberson I. T. Juno 11. The p'.sl
reek hat been very hot and dlwigrc-
-able to the farmers but Just tho kind
of weather for crop.
Cotton Is up to it kooiI stnnd. Some
few ot tho farmers howovor nro ro
pluutlng. Com Is looking flno.
Tho school hero closed May 31. Prof.
0. J. Kvnua left for Ardmoro. It Is
tho deslro of the pupils nnd patrons
of tho school that ho touch hero agulu
next term. A school mooting will be
held next Saturday to elect trustcci
for the next year.
John Wilson nnd MIhh Kldrlgu wore
married here last week.
Itev. Thomas preached hero thu llrst
Sunday lu thla month.
Iter. Dllbeck filled hla regular ap
poiiitmeut lure laat Sunday.
Mrs. Wright haa returned from Da-
m. whore slm wont after hor daugh
ter. Miss Nettle who has been visiting
there tho iast week.
Wo have literary horo ovory two
weens conducted by tho young pao
Tho body of Chas. Dunulgan. who
war drowned May 30 was found last
W'e now havo a good Sunday school
hore with Mr. George Smith as sup
eriutenilent ; Jim Wilson uaaistaut
superintendent; Miss Mary Wright
eecratitry ami C. IS. Mureland trcus
'' With tho uxcuptlon of whooping
cough tho health of tho oommiinlty
la excel lent.
There are ninny ieople who Imvo
used Chamberlain's Colic Chnloru nnC
Dlarrhcoa Itomody with aplondld r
mils but who aro unknown hecau:
they huvo hosltuttid about ulvlng i
testimonial of their experlonco for
puhllcntlon. Thesn people howevor
nro uouo the less friends of this rem-
edy. Thoy huvo do-no much townul
nialdng It n hniuchold word by their
personal rocommtmdittlous to friends
and neighbors. It lit n rooiI moJIelno
to have In tho homo nnd l- wlik'iy
known for Its cures of diarrhoea and
nl foma of bowol trouble. For buIo by
F. J ItnniBoy W. n. Framb Ardmore
Drup Co. Uonner & UonnQr.
Don't do longor without a roomor.
rjso nn Ardmorolto want ml. '
CHARGED WITH MURDER
Choetaw Indian Arrested This Morn
Ing Charged With Killing Cous ru
King Isaacs a Choctaw Indian who
lives south of the city was arrested
tbls momlBg aad placed ra the federal
jair-oa a cnlrge of murder
Isaacs Is ekarged with tbemntJerof
Deaals Isaacs also a Onoeta Indian
aad a cousin of King's oa tke !th
of May It will ba remembered that
the body of DbbIs Isaaor was fished
oat of a we i south of tne city rn Ui.
Um SSUi of May two days after ke
bad disappeared At Uie time it
tkoogkt that Isaacs had faltoa lato
tke well aad drowaed. and no arrest
or Investigation was made. Tke war
raat for Klars arrest was swam out
by Um motoer of the dead.maa. who
believes that her son was murdered.
The story that Klntr told nt tke
time tke body of Dennis waa found
was to tke effect that he and Dennts
kad come to tows oaetker Sanrday
afternoon and gotten drunk That they
started home late Saturday aftt-noon
and go as far as the old stock yards
when Dennis getting sleepy lay down
under the shade of a tree to sleep
off his drunk afu-i which he was to
come home. King thinking that Den-
nis would be at tioiue as soon us he
ROBERTS 6c BONNER
mSURAWKE AMP BOP-jDS
Wo write Fiio Tornado. Pluto Gluss Accident and Health
Insurance. The oldest mroncy ir Ardmr.rf.
Strofl'f.'St Companion ruiiresontod.
Insurance that Insures
4- Cfrfr-f-t U.Vi.4il.A4l UIJUlxAJ. J.J. J .1-J. J. . . . a. jJfc
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To Kepp House with New Gt.ods Evchanud for nny Old
J Goods We do repairing ol all kinds. See us if you want to
: SAVE MONEY I
Call write send word or 'Phone 101.
Shall & hillisi
t . South Side Moin Street. 1
!- ! -H--H --1 -M- 4-HK
Did you sny you were IooHinjJ for a nobby Summer
Suit? If so we are prepared for you.
T Was it price you wanted? Well we havo the price
hammered down until all tho KicKs and Complaints
M are hammered out.
LooK in Our West Window
If you aro cvon from Missouri wo can convince you.
Our salo tlio past week has boon nn oyo oponed fcr tho
d jicoplo. Wo proposo thnt this week shnll bo ovon bettor.
Don't lot blind proj udlco keej you nwny.
fr Men's Wool Casslmoro Pants roo.1 $2.00 nnd J2.2G
uo no this weok 1 ook In tho window gQ
Men's IC.00 Suits go nt $3.45
Mon'H $8.50 SultB now ut.... $6.65
Men's fD.OO Sult3 this wook nt $6.85
Men's $10.00 SulU this week nt $7.15
Men's $12.50 Suits now nt $8.55
ff This applies to Suits dlslnyod In window.
& Shirts Uudorwtmr etc. at ssnio prices us last weok.
For the Ladies ;
& One lot l.lslt-Mercorisod I.aco Hose tho Gocont grndo 3
puir to a customer ko this wtjel; nt J...t 35c
S Wo will continue "
Th-r.Oc and 76(!Cpraots at i... 25c
IJIi-i;ant Ilatlstc Co'raets four hoso supporters 50c
All W II. Corsets j. 75 C
T We will noil you i
fP $1.00 grade 72 Inch all Unon Danmsk for only 75c
$ We will aho continue
A The I .are Ciirinln salo. I-oolc In our tmst window nnd
you will get a glim po of our I.uco Curbiln stock.
Wo will save you one-third
f n p. ..... . t I.. . . . .
ii iiil . .ii. itiv utifs ii.vvn iii uury iiupai nn.Mt to
movo tho oods. V'o do not proposo to give n dollar's
worth for ton cents but wo will knock all such film flam
b uliKJS silly with n tual values on honest gooda.
ONE PUICE-SPOT CASH
Plenty 8-oz. DucU now on hand 1
got s.beir left fcl&j an J wen titer.
Wfc'-j r nns did Ehow up Sun-
i day morning he (King) came to town
to a.k about Mm Iiu as he could not
secure nny Information he returned
Itdme. He fame to town again Monday
1 aad told Chief of Police Garrett that
1 a party of Indians who had gone out
to search for Dennis had found his
kat jieor an old well close to tho
' place where Klntf had left klm Sat
; unJay nlgkt. Mr Garrett In company
with several other want out to tbo
I well aad got the body out
j It was sapposed that the Indian be
lag drank kad fallen Into the well
' and at Uie time thU version of tho
story as given by Klag wat not
i donbted. It seems that Um govern
' meat has ."ecu red evidence that tho
lire men kad a fight aboat thirty days
before the death of Dennis.
Tke examining trial will ne held
tomorrow a iter noon oe;ore commission-
' er Robnett CSlh of the men are mar
' tied and have allotments. Thy live. I
near one another and except the fight
which Cm governent Is prepared to
ahovf .ooeurred some thirty davi ago
have never had any tronhle.
Galnmor ranges arc guaranteed.
See our ad.
Stevens Kennerly tt Spraglns Co.
Over City Hat. BanK
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