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THE DAY BOOR
500 S. PEORIA ST. 398 TEL. MONROE 353
tVoL 1, No. 283 Chicago, Thursday, Aug. 22,l?l One Cent
P WESTERN BANDIT HAS tHRIL&piG CAREER
Written for' The Day Book by the Outlaw Himself.
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Editor's Note. AL Jennings,
an honest" lawyer with'.a'highly
colored past is the Democratic
nominee for 'county 'attorney of
Oklahoma county, Ida. JJe has
the nerve to.admit alLthe facts of
his checkered' career, including
a term -in therOhro penitentiary,
and only asks for a square deal
By Al J. Jennings.
I was borfcjn Virginia jn 1863.
"The officers opened fire onjne,
killing my horse and-wounding
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west;: went back to Virginia and
I came to Oklahoma City in
1889 to practice law. The older
I spent my earl youth in the 1
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