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Way To tun lie.il In In lice tilt' AIlDMOKKlTi: Want Columns Good Teeth Y'urll nhonr wUilom liy Iiruniplnnn in Tooth lllllttPN Dr. J. P. FANN DENTIST. Over K.ini40 4lrumtirfl 0tt VOLUME XII. f SIDNEY SUOtlO.) 1 PaorBiiToa, J ARDMORE. END. TER.. SUNDAY MORNING. KEBItUARY 5 ltHK SUBSCRIPTION 50G PR MONTH NUMBER 74 ft PROHIBITION THIS PROVISION MAY BE STRICK EN FROM STATEHOOD DILL. Argument Advanced That Provision Is Unconstitutional Is Proving Ef fectiveWith Statehood Terri tory Ceaces as Reservation. WllleDgeattlo shrdlu cmfwyr Washington, Feb. 4. The Indica tions aro that tlio senate will strike out of tho statehood bill Uio provlBlon prohibiting the sale of Intoxicating 11,.,,,.- . 1.1 Hw. inillnii 'rWrltnrv. Si'n- ' ator Spooner and other leading law-j()r. a,MM,al dis,,,. yern In the senate have argued with, ,' Danu. charloy Terry; dls- gTeat forte during tho last few days that tho government has not the con btltutlnnal right to deprive a state ot tho right to regulate the sale of in toxicants. They assert that the Indian Terri tory will cease to be an Indian reserv- at Ion -with tin; expiration of tribal gov ernments and that It will then become a part of the state of Oklahoma.. These arguments, are having telling effect. Delegate Klynn and representatives from Oklahoma City aro greatly alarm ed over prospects of adoption on an amendment proposed to the statehood bill, taking Oklahoma county out of tho third congressional district and iittlng it In tho fifth congressional dis trict, which It Is conceded will be Democratic. It looks as though this amendment will be adopted. COURT AT PAULS VALLEY. Judge Townsend Adjourns Term Afte Busy Session of Four Weeks. After a busy session lasting four weeks Federal Judge Townsend ad journed court at Pauls Valley. Tho term Tvas for the trial of civil cases only. The last week was au extreme ly busy one for the court. In tact Judge Townsend made such rapid progress that tho term ended a week and a half before the date set lor ad journment. Following aro a portion of tho cases disposed of: Haggard Hros" et al. vs. Ilutton is Light; vordlct for W. II. Hlevins for $65. Wnples-Platter Co. vs. Hoy Cakes; dismiss od. Waples-Platter Co. vs. C. J. Web stor; dlsmlssoJ. 12. N. Nesbltt of Wynnewood ap pointed notary public. J. T. Fleming or Kntle. appoluted notary public. United States vs. K. K. Merciiaut $750. United States vs. Ivouls and John Tayolr and John Alathls! iorfelture of bond, $500. Mary M. Hennlu vs. A. II. Pratt; -erdict for plaintiff for $250. H. "W. Fielding ot Davis appointed notary public. Jaa. H. Nicholas of Dyars appoint ed notary public. Hiram Thompson appointed guard ian for Uenjanitn Andrew Freeney and Mary Ada Freeney. First National Hank ol Holt vs. is'. Ii. Spearman; vordlct for plalntttr i $25. Mooro & Hollow vs. Planters' Com press Co; verdict for plaintiff tor $203 and cost. Mooro & Hollow vs. Indian Territory Cotton Product Co.; verdict for plain tiff for $71. United States vs. W. II. Kennedy, W. T. Sellars, C. C. and J. D. Atkins; forfeiture of bond, $500. Unltod States vs. Anson Morey, U. W. Crawford, J. W. Llkowlskl; forfeit ure ot bond, $500. United States vs. Will Poff. D. 11. J'off and J. W. Murphy; bond $300. United Status 'vs. S. S. lawronce, J. II. Lee, Anderson King, A. Telle; bond, $300. United States vs. Marlon Keck, U Keck, D. A. Colett; bond, $500. United Statos vs. John Williams, .1. A. nyars; bond, $300. United States vs. It. C. Murphy; bond, $150. Unltod States vs. J. H. Kennedy, .1. 1). Adkln, C. C. Adkin; bond, $300. United States vs. V. F. Hoatwrlght; bond, $150. United States U C. Murrell; bond, $150. United States vs. J. II. Davis, U Lacy, J, A. Dovlns; bond, $500. T. D. Wagner vs. S. U Williams; ! transferred to Purcell. Salle Jam Faust vs. .Iiihn Pope, dismissed. I (. T. Johnson of Lindsay npiKiinted notary public tlce. H. C. Gray and admitted to prac vs. Chun. J on em; ill- mlssod. A. C. Connor vs. W. Y, Guthrie; dismissed. Yowell &. Wlllams vs. II. M .Carr; judgment for plaintiffs for $K Willi stay of execution. Deoring Harves-tor Co., vs. Lokey Hros.; Judment Tor plaintiff lor $152. C. W. Gohlson vs. It. I Rogers; Judgment for plaintiff tor $10(1. T. H. Newbeni vs. R. 1,. Heaves; Judgment for plaintiff for $140. II. C. Dobord vs. W. P. Unnb; Judg ment for plolntiff for $74. Town of Pauls Valley vs. A. F. I'yeatt; apieal, dismissed. Town of Pauls Valley vs. Y. H. Tay- missed. United States vs. Iritis Taylor et nl.; firmer Julgmcn reiuleml i $100. United States vs. W. W. Kennedy el al.: Judgment reduced to $58. t P. Haggard vs. J. W. Thompson; verdict for plaintiff for $74. Pauls Valley vs. Jennie Wheeler; dismissed. Dick Uandolph vs. John Churchman, dismissed. Sol ICrdwurm vs. L. Johnson; ver dict for plaintiff. JUDGMENT RENDERED. Burnham-Hanna-Munger Co. of Kan sas City Sues to Recover on Notes. The enso of the Hurnham-Hauna-Miiuger company of Kansas City vs. Jerome Whltesel, Mary Whltesel, Richard Scarbrough, Hlioda U. Scar brough, Clarence C. I.ovclace and Mezzle Ijovolace, having been heard before Judge Townsend tho court has caused to bo entored a judgment against the defendants. The plain tiff's claim Is based ou seven promis sory notes, six for $500 each and one for $150, signed by the defendants, and the notes are secured by a mort gage on certain property In the town of Sulphur. It appears that said lauds, have been condemned by the government ot tho United States, and said property ap praised to bo paid for to tho proper parties owning same. Tho court rendered a Judgment In favor of the Hurnham company against the defendants for tho sum of $2,'J50, with tho Interest thereon from this date until paid at the rate or S per cent per annum. Tho court held that a Hen existed upon said property and Improvements and ordered that a certified copy ot tho judgment bo furnished by the clerk of this court to Frank C. Church Ill, United States Indian inspector, und tho marshal of the court Is direct ed to execute tho judgment In all things lu accordance with the law. Clerk Campllall Is authorized by the jurgment to receipt the govern ment of the United States for Uio ap praised value of the lots and improve ments mentioned nnd his receipts shall discharge tho United States gov ernment from any and all liability to any of tho parties In this action aris ing out of tho claims to any or said lots or Improvements above described- I II vi-ns fnrllier nrdiiri'd bv the c-ourl that oxecutlou may Issue against said defendants anil each of them for the satisfaction of this judgment an.! costs. Eracy on Base Ball. II. II. Hracy president or the Aril more Hase ball Association, left yes terday for Ft. Worth where ho wl'l meet President Roberts of tho '1'e.xnn league and Manager Ward it the IT Worth team today. Mr. Hracy said that ho would use all his efforts in try ing to gel Ardmoro In the Texas leag ue. He said In Ills opinion, the fran iv Lo that had been granted to Temple by tho Texns league would not bo sun ported by Temple, In that way Ard more might be able to get In. Mi'. Hracy said If Ardmore does not sue ceed In getting Into tho Texas l.cagil that tho only way for her to have n team, this coming season, that will do credit to tho town, will be to organ ize a Territory league, he says It Is out of the question to play Independ enl ball with the uncertainty that Is attached to the getting of games to lay oxpeilses, Mr. Hracy will return tomorrow and the directors of tho base ball association will meet Monday night, at which time definite action will bo taken as to whether Ardmoro will have a team the coming season or not. FIGHTING BIC FEE DICK McLISH ISTITUTES SUIT TO STOP ITS PAYMENT. Secretary of Treasury, Secretary Hitchcock and 1 '. S. Treasurer Roberts Have Been linjolned From Drawing and Paying Warrants to Attorneys Washington, Feb. 4. SiiimiionH to day were served ou Secretary of III-.' Treasury Shaw, Secretary or the In terior HltcluMck and Unlti"'. Statos Treasurer Huberts lu proceedings in stituted against them by Richard Mc l.lsli, a Choctaw Indian, to enjoin them fmm drawing ami paying warrants to batisry tho award or a fee or $75" to the law firm of Mc.Murray, Mansfield & Cornish of South McAlcster, I. T., for services lu "purifying" the citizen ship ro Islof the Chlctaw Indians. The award was .undo under authority ot an act of congress. I Mcl.lsh charged that the firm secur ed this fee by fraudulently concealing 'mil wltlilinlillnir the fnrl tli:il the Unit had already len paid salaries aggre - , gating $50,000 a year Mr their services I r,m" "Mm'u ",r ""mmu""v' awUm Hi:, lbs., a month ago. Ro land sums aggregating approximately!1 ' " Washlngion ... represent our , (.(,,l)(s (hU W(V)( a,,0 $200,000 for their expends, etc. II" J '"p'''!' "re billed ! h.g continued good prices. alleged that the cllzeushlp cases on account of which the fee had been al lowed aro not yet dually determined, und that the rights to enrollment of the Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians funds are not yet finally settled. GO TO PAY PENALTY. Several Prisoners Recently Convicted I Taken to Fort Leavenworth, . United Stnles Marshal Colbert nc- j j compauled by several guards, depart-' cd for Ft. Leavenworth yesterday over , the Snnia IV, having lu charge scv Somo timo has passed since tho pub-! which I llo have been gradually Jl ral prisoners convicted during the re-1 He Irive bad an olllclal report ironi the mlnlshliiK. until now there are scarco cent term ol court. j Hem oleni society, but we have not!1)- any bad men left," remarked Hon. Lunch was prepared beforo lenvln,; I Lei :. e. As long as good weather nnd ! Richard McLish of the Chickasaw and the prisoners will be served. In tho 'con on-; -cklng lasted there were few ! Nation at tho Oxford, car. In addition to this hot coffee will leal', for help, but January brought us ' "Twenty years ago there were cat be furnished them. The guards were: ) nun. I: v ork to do. And In no ono month 1 "f thieves, train robbers and miirdor- O. A. Wells, Arthur Kyle, J. P. Irhy, l-andrum Johnson, James Bridges and W. Moore. I'lio following were the prisoners sentenced. join of wood and money, and sutTerlng. .'.irney "entor larceny; one year! During tho month or December our ! and ono ln i.' i K,,,,iU- init.,i,iiw.iiiir, mi,. ; ' ' i ' ; year aud ono day. Jim Thompson,' larcony; ono year and one day. Jack .lewett, larceny, two years. ' Will Carter, arson; two years. Charlos Carter, adultery; two years, .Mark l.owery. manslaughter; live yearn. I Wllber Putty, larceny; live years. Albert Moore, selling liquor; one year and one day. I John Harris, larceny; ono year and ono day. Arthur Prudoe, robbery, two yeais. I Dr. John Miller, selling liquor; onojin Valn. What do you think about If.' year and one day. .. M. L. MADDUN, PAULS VALLEY PERSONALS. are To tho Ardinoreite. Pnuls Valley, I. T ..Feb. I.- -We l,.n-ln .ui. .ifiit fif vv.ritiii- nl iimwmit ...... ..h ..... .. .. J.C Hybarger was an Oklahoma vH- hid pas ueen conocung ine iniuan iux !. .,..,n.v, mm nun wuu m un Our cit.ens met this week In inas4,,0 HsM Umt hall ,net wltu vory clty from Whltowrlght, Texas, tor so meeting, and J .11. Thompson was sent J(lo tmuul, collecting tho tax so far'cial days, tho guest ot I). K. Hookor to Washington lu regard to our coun ;am, ,)mt thouKht t)l0 u,0 decision; and family, loft ywdorday for Umt ty Hnos. i()f UU) murt ma(ll! 8omL, 1Inl0 aBO tnat 1 place accompanloil by Mr. Hooker, wh Mrs. W. M. Freeman and children IIU,rc,mtM of tho territory were sub-' Is at that place, home, returned from a visit to relatives at , ,, , 1Y ,,., .,., Mrs. J. M. Halrd. district deputy Wapnnucka this week. J. L. M'enefee and wire place left tills week for a Stanford, Ky. or this j visit 10 D. A. Fielder was an Ardmore vU- lior this week. comiiu'ior nimpMiu 01 ..10 passenger service between this place and Shaw neu Is ofT this week. Kd Miller Is In ins piuee. ueo. uynes 01 .uuysvuee was over on business yesterday. Mr. Cox aud family or Haldwln, Ohio are now arrivals at his place, where they will make their home. W. O. Duston was hero this week looking after his mercantile Interests The prospects for an oil mill and Ice plant aro brightening. U-. Frlemel or Ardmore was a vis- Itor this week. II. H. Pennington was in tho pas- i itfei wticu Sunday and w.w bruised mini", tun inn -erlnusl) TOWNSEND ADJOURNS CUUHT. Pauls Valley Term Ended Thursday. Thompson to Washington. Social to the Ard.norolle. Pauls Valley. I. T.. Feb. I.-The ills- trlct court at this place, presided over by Judge llosou Townsend. HiiIbIicmI IIh Unrk nn Tlim-mlni- f)nll n limit. - bor of ease were tried but over half tho docket was continued. High! here It Is proper to remark that the Judge was hero promptly to try nil causes, hut continuances aro al- ways obtained by the parties tlioni- selves Uiroagh their attorneys, "!, all complaint acalnst a congesto,! docket should be lodged against the parties and not ngnlnst the judge. iThe Commercial Club hero held a meeting yesterday evening at I he court house, and the provision ot the Stew an hill and the propowil to make a recording district or Sulphur and tho Bunoundlng territory wore Lilly discussed and unanimously opposed. It wns a largi' muetlng or our eiii.uns. ii inert' in 11 ui.tu in uiik section or the territory that Is In In- vor or either or these measures the , .....ik.... i i ... i.i... .liiri nun iii.i iii-.iiu in iiiiu, i hi-- h'towar. bill means statehood with a dictator presiding, and the Sulphur ; court means a grart lor the lot own- j ers around this goveriimenlal pel, re-' garjlless of the good, convenience or will of the surrounding districts, ine Hon. J. H. Thompson was selected', $s5 m.(Mlm, w,.lghts are l""' ""' n,om'y pay his uxpeiiKCS !" milium ,I1,J" All our p-opio aie walling wiin anx iety for Tuesda. the 7th day or this month, when the statehood bill Is to be "votod on In the senate. Hilt wo l.idellnltc'i.v prefer to remain as wo I-...1 I.. 11. n ...II are an u..ree,.6...:.i ... ...v .lernoss rather than havo statcl.ood with the unusual, obnoxious and damn - a.in ro.4iric.ions proKisea 10 no pin upon us by the bills now pending In i congress, Report ot benevolent Society. sluco we havo been In this wo.k has crs galore down lu the territory, and so many been warmed and fed. Iast I thuro was constant warfare between Thursday alone wo ordered sovoiil'l'o olllcors of the law and tho bands 1 loads or wood Tor those who reportoi expenses amounted to rorty ltvo dollars ! t ir. nn 1 'i , . , . . . Wo furnished lor those who reeelv- j ed freo dinners Christmas the chick- I ens. tho bread and the sacks of good . ' n 1 lee. The whole costing us $31.15. No one hns been reported to us as j needing assistance whoso cases have 1 nni boon Investigated by us person ally or by the Captain of the "Salva tin Vrmy." And nil casei reported have been assisted except one ramlly and It was found thnl this family hal money and were able to take care ot themselves. We' feel that our work has not been Secretary Pro Tern. Collecting Tribal Tax. James F. Hums, the Indian Tux col 1 .nit-if ...Dli 1ninil,iii!it-ti,t-H lioro roliirn . . - ... .. y,.sa,nlay n.om u m) lo nirwii, ,,, VnHoy all(l Wynnewood where deal of good and that tho merchants would view Uie matter In tho rlgin way. and pay the lax without any Iron- hie. Ho said that ho had to close un 0H, ln(,r(.i,ant nt Purcell, several days ago, hut ho was later convinced lu the mUor and paid tho tax. being only t.(,sed about ten minutes. Mr. Hums w, ,1HVU Mola). for uio towns on 1 the Rock Island where he will engage llMl(, Han. business, The Rltchles. Considering the severity' ot the weather Friday night a very fair an- dlcnco greeted the Ritchie's In their .unique entrtalnment at tho opera house. It goes without saying all wer. i.ell rc paid for their trouble. Ah en - tertalners to suit all ages and classes iot an audlcnco the Rltchles will take front rank with almost any. 1 . Special to the Ardinorrlii- MillKilM Ully. .Mil., l ol). I - Til.' (lua antlnii market since Tiitwdny or this wwk JmB been w, M0,,m, n severe Troubtti between salesmen :m, liuvrs. -,-,, nmrl(ul .Momiliy wnB tronK'to ,,,. hR,u,P on K,)ot, Hlvvn 0(h(.rrt W,MX, bnrely tl.ady. ,.((WH steady, bui , u. arrivals wore .llBije.l o tquluUly. .... .. .. . .... . i iiesiiny iiuyers twumi uieir stun ( llt ,mm. ,.,,.. l)Ut when .,..,,, fol. tarlwr reductions yesterday all(1 IO)layi KnU.Hmoll lmlko, ,, tMl at ,,,. seventeen loads ot wer ovo,. fr)m y0f(t(r. ,,. ,, fow ,,, wl rr. warded today bv some of I Kjiiosmen who refuse to give In; others are olos-! lug out at a small reduction from j .Monday' prices. The salesmen will j not concede t lint tlrero Is any ground i for lower prices, flood to choice stoe In native yards are selling higher this week, medium to common ones lower, i , (((lny a claHHlH nro lrom l)IlroIy 1 , ,0 ullU ,HW(,r (1o(M, Ht(Vr, I , tjHnniIlMlu, tllvlHlon hav0 ,,, at , $.2othlH week, somii today a MARKET LETTER. those pilcos, medium ones at $3.00 to'volvers. It Is reported over Uie tele- " !$3. SR. Cows are worth $'J.50 to $2.85, dinners $2. to $2.30, bulls $2.50 to ,.. ,r ..n,f.. ?.., i.i, v....,. ... . vw.....r., .iiiiiii;, ii-i.il u mm iuii imn iimimit in Hog market went down rapidly the,(h, coal districts of Domhrown and last three days of Inst week, but lias Sosnovlco. been higher every day this week, anil i According to the best Inlormatlon $5 was reached today for tops, s.ime obtalnablo the olllclal list of persons ii best price last woek. Hulk or sales . Killed during disturbances here con- I 1 ... 1 ,.,1 II. .1.1 .....I..1.I ., n . I .....a . 1.. .,1.1 . - jii .ii i.n ui ti.uii, ukiil nuihiim iii nlPavi,,rt mnv averaging about 210 lbs. ' Mutton markets are strong this .week, and all of the severe break ot I lasi week has been rocovored. Top ' prices today are $5.15 for Western owes, $5.(15 for wethers, top yearlings i yesterday sold al $C.35. lambs $7.35, rln.oes , l0H0 chl8H0H , tmteA l0. i(,ay T()(luy.8 jmpUot (. ca((1 H,n)nK , () , (,ius ,llK,inr alul t00,,er9 line making plenty of money now. Game and Crlmnals Go. Tho desperadoes of (ho unction in f rullians. There was the Leo gans If l'rso thlevus, who thought it run j kill a man If ho got In their way, and there was Hill Glass, who was bo- oiid iloulit tho most desoerato no nro Ii,.i...i, ... ii... ,-i, ..nii.i.i 'piiiu mnvu tough In the whole nation. Uils Glass was reputed to have killed lirtecn men ' before ho was llnally slain himself. ... "Coincident wiin me extermination; or criminals lias Doen tlio disappear- f ico ot tho game ot our region. Two decades ago I havo seen as many as 200 deer lu one herd within flvo miles ' or my rancii; today deer aro not oueo, met with, and oven pralrlo chickens (ng Cub Unabe t0 Visit Our City, aro about gone. Quail are still very A. j. 'r00n,1( a resident of Ardmoro, plentiful, and so aro squlrrols at cer- L.ho Is rtlK) president ot tho Cook Coun inln seasons, but aro so much sought ty I)cnl0crntlc club of Chicago, ono of by the pot huntera that they, too, will j tho atro,igC!it politic-it organizations soon be extinct." Washington Post. , , country, 8 )n receipt ot a let- 'tor which statos that the club, at a m(Jutmg j, jlujU( imii completed ar- PERSONAL NOTES. ( rnngemonts for their Southern trip. 4..126.96.36.199. 4. 188.8.131.52. 4.4.4. and it would bo Impossible for them to Assistant District Attorney Albert ' f i...,!. ,.r t)n,.lu t,,it,. ..,,. ,.. n... - ... .mv.i. 1 yesterday matron of tlio Order or tho Kustorn Star, wife of Conductor Hulrd, who has been attending the school or In- structlnn for that order at Purcell the past week, returned to her home at Hnlleyvillo yostorday. coming by way r Ardmore. .Mis. muni says mo weather was excessively cold, but tho visitors were most roynlly entertalne I by the people of Purcell. Mrs. .1. W. LiiKins 01 Mauiii anil 1 j.-rUay Hrtnrnoon she went out lu the Mis. Ruth McN'eal or .Marietta nro lnjyimi lo r,y,Hi ,t.r chickens and when the city the guesus of friends. Those j fl)m, was ayulK the snow dead, li'dles aro en route to Uieir homes 1 sho was a ,m.mber or a colored secret from Purcell whero they havo been fratorllal WK'loty, und will bo burl J attending tho School or Instruction ot ,;,,s nf,trKOOn by that order. the icasteru Star of the Territory which has been in session at that place ' A number of hunUrs visited the d f 1 for tho paBt week. , 1 I Chans cured right in a night by the 1 1 uso of Ramsey's Witch Hazel Dalai. 1 RESTLESS RUSSIA I BLOOD FLOWS IN STREETS IN LAND OF THE CZAR, Wild Disorders Reported at Lodt Troops Fire on Riotous Strikers Who Reply With Revolvers. . Many Killed and Injured. Warsaw, Feb. I. Disorders broko out today at Udz, where 20,000 tne.i are striking. Some of the employes ot a lurue fiu-lorv utteiimitil in mtnm in work and the remainder forcibly pre entod Km. A MU,m(. , patnj I was su.nmoued and attacked and ilred I in the strikers, who replied with re- phono that the dring was continued at 1 I o'clock this afternoon. , C-...H.... ................ .i.i i.. i iniiis over iuu names, in nuiuiiou in many unldentllletl Itodles lying nt Hi , receiving vaults In tho cemetery. Tin uiildcutltlcd dead will be burled lo night. A group of soldiers outside n liquor stor.i last night tired ou pass ersliys without warning killed a shot) keeper and wounding another man. St. Petersburg, Feb. 4. The report of Maxim Gorky's release Is Incorrect. 1 1 is the intention ot the government to bring Maxim Gorky, and seven otu ers to trial ou Klltl'nl charges, , t 1 id., Russian Poland, Feb, 1. in a I coulllci between the troops and strlk i ore at tho Kouultzer factory here to day the soldiers fired, killing six per sons and wounding forty-seven. Shoot Inn also occurred at the Keller lace factory'. .i St. Petersburg, Feb. 4. Olllclal re ports of tho deliberations of Uio com mlttee of ministers on guarantees for the observance of the laws and for tho prevention of arbitrary conduct by olllclals evoke general satisfaction. Card of Thanks. With deep gratitude I extend our thanks to all Uiose whoso hearts have been with me nnd mine during tho long season of our alllictlon; whoso , " ' " ho.ightrul.iess has done so much I l "car up U,e burden of our wirmw. tlin em nf mil- liorenvemiit. Sincerely. MRS. C. C. .IONICS. ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. The Cook County Democratic March- visit Ardmoro. The route selected Is not known. Thero Is somo disappoint runt hero because Uio club cannot vis t ' ",,ls point. Mmbers of tho commercial club, nnxlous to show them the city and entertain the visitors, regret the Inability of tho organization to come 1 here. Tho club had just extended au In vitation to them. Mnyor Dick In behalt of the city, nlso Invited that body o j pay Ardmoro a visit. Very Sudden Death. Mrs. Grit Denton, colored, of Norm 1 . , drouned den 1 r -Iday afte. I n(Km between ono and two o'clock 1 .,, 0ng gnl In feeding her chickens , )llM. llomu. ,t ,s sllpposed that Jtu (t!(, rro)n htlurt tllmv M her death j wa(. vury hU(,,eI1. sho i,ft,i IU,Ver been I troubled with heart trouble before. ferent lakes near tho city yesterday niorulng In quest of ducks. They wer uuusually successful and a large uum bor wore killed.