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St. Tammany farmer. [volume] (Covington, La.) 1874-current, February 15, 1913, Image 2

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SC. Ci. KOIIN. Reeordor.
SOTAUND CoUGH SYRUP.
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4 m~ ates .xpectorsttou easy
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.a active Stateil had broemeht d
on the Stat. capitol' bu idig r e-day
and were clesradtie thihas
eu after A fl-at .l had brought S
been that the malne were
Slie th.se of
eheus a ro Wi . .ad iort
eweralf or as mbera nder arrst,
was in sesson when the reports of
the miners' p.oposed invasion was
•brought in. It ws naot believed, bul
when the men b i ig 4ibng lhto th4
building the flat emil-was sent in.
"Mother" JonesAccused..
L. u i te re eou.te i--n sa
dsturbed by the commot,.n
In the corridors.
Early~nttiht wtarate were sworn
out for "Mother" Jda , well knows
In labor elrmes. of the country; '.
H. Boswell, eitor of a socalist p.
per, and Prank.Bartley and Paul J
aiuson, said to be conseted wtith
thea lternational orgaiation of uino
-.s. They are charged with coUnspr
acy and acoeeortes tbefore the faet ti
the desath of Tred obbett, one of the
victims, of a rcent slot near Muck
low.~ M. Va. Oly Boswell has been
arreted.
fr r oas 1t ts es.
With the wholesale arrests today
the mtlliary court which convened to
day has upwards of 150 Bases to be
cnsitdred,
Altbhngh wire service from the
troubl a eps was partialy etab
ised to-day, oily meager detamls of
tbe rlotseveral days ago have-been
reoeved hero. The mittlitia huas take.
possessia' ato the wires for ofcal
buiness -
Whether more thao sliten persons
as rt reported, were k.lled, amnot
be .*ucedned, w,-O. Bobbett, 4
mtne superlate.dent, whose brother
w.n _a y~ctim of the riots, Btd.
today- ;rom his reports at least .$6
pesons had been killed. Pour ad
tailoo compnies- of amllitis were
ordered to the strLke district taighult
by oearor oasooc.
The :tamte bandtn :and the dbe
d..ce of Governor G2licock are be
i_- suarded tantsht. Thresats asanst
the slife of the state! nee.e tive ar
beai - investigated.
"Motler" Jones mwas arrested t
loght as she lighted tfrOm-,rain In
the Charleston doSo. ' 8h chars
as with ictn raot .sd .compcllit
In the kllangof Psed Bobbett.
Tre Tsials aora awareer.
"I am' a travellng aesman." writes
3. E. Young.. . Berkshrlte, Vt., "sad
wi at ften troubled fbwa<eoustlpt
and Itdiestion till I beganto use Dr.
Reg'P New Life plls, whick I have
toond uan e. lsat remeay." For al
steomac, liver or kldea. troubles they
are unequaled. Only 5 -ents at all
druggsts , M-- pox.
Every Suday at _9 ip. a. es
by Very Rev. ColuaIa, 0. 9S.B.
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it was a hold-up.T ?1 tel
so u -.Thsa as a... o .. .
of :4 Mioria street, M gll t
`. dcPie headquartter " L
ibrja& -ea aser sabot aI t
lade bythe polcle that ha bd ea
held up and robbed.
S"fit wasB1 a jo ..,' wt late
Mame.. of thus revenu 'Davey
who is a good friend :of .ufo we
W a 1 trfonds( .
he was di.cusag Jkes . that he
eould mot tie e to a post as h saeid
heeould. I lesat.
"There were seversl, of us In ths
patty,' he waid. "Thre were "a
ides mymi Ma vapd a ma uul M
John Caprata, proprietor- of a. le
at the head of Morgsan, atw64
aiothgr captal ofotee of the :off
and I told hin that they- conld. no
open my ha tnds after I had Clomid
the..: Capt.ain Masas -s that h.
had ,a good trick, aMe he learned
mR .mmq ago; that he could t
m without rope and I could"
not get sway. 'This da not mm
re.monable, and I offered to bet a
drlna: for the crowd that he coui
not do It.
.The Captain told me to step to
the .i"0 which I did, and before I
reamd anythis I was helpless. Thew
had my less around the post Is sunc
a manner that I was unable to mere
every move I made causea me grm=
pana. They left me and iwet lnto
the saloon. To tease me the.rtook
my wateh and some3 money i batd.
I"didn't mind beng: tied to the
post: so much, but it was raiatin I.
called for help and the poas oat the.
3b th Preclnct, came to my rurt
aca. They could not -f:nloo me
Pnusly, Captain nanson ceo om
Sparatta' saloon and untied-me.
A mesge was sent 8upent t
Renaolds at his home about 2 o'elo.k
Thureday morningt a short while a
ter the Joke had boon played-- H.
istarted a personal Juvestgiatlon, na
soon bad the three men uader- rr-st.
After learning the fat it the-caf
the -uperinted.ent ordered that -
sharse of disturing the peawce be
preferred against the atire party i
the Third Recorder's Comt. -
I ailma Nflsi ed ame
Near Rochelle. Ill., as adIs Weat
to slipp . o a ralroAd track at -Was
killed by the fast exprew. He ,d
for his carelessness with his u
Often it that way whmen poplesaqg
leet coughs and colds. Don't risk
your life whom prompt :se o :Dr.
King's New Discover? will cur," them
ad' so p*tst a Ganisgeus- thurosto
lung treable. "It cemplstel O
me In a short time. of a tribl
casg that follouwed a a
of "ip," writes 1. 8. W at :
dada, Tet.."aad I regaimed 15 pounds
ia weight that I had lost." Quick
safe, reliable and gusrateed. see
and $1. Tialo bottle treeataSi dTrs
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Bo~ue. Maos. `sAnered 0 . ay
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