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Dr, J, P, Fann
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AUDMOKK, IND.TER. SUNDAY MORNING. KKBKl-AKY 11). IH05.
StMIPIION 50C PER MONTH
I P0PU11T0E, J
THE BILL IN CONFERENCE
FATE OF STATEHOOD BILL
WITH SENATE MIINORITY.
Cannon and Republicans for
Two States Other News.
Knights of Pythias. v.r .entertained lie- stated tin- con
The local Knights ot Pythias, tit- union wns the largest ecr hold in
. Itlens ami city lll tlmntsolvoH prou I ' tin- Territory ami successful In i'viy
In i.iitirlnliiliii: Iho KnluliiH who Httond-1 imitlculnr. dent good follow the
,i the ,l.t.lct convention Hits weois' convention nn.ong HytlilanUiu. not on-'
Tn. Mbiim dolegntlon wan oilinate.l .ly In Anltnore. lint throughout tin- i
The.-., pan of Ur. conference commit .11 to ISO, from all purls of tho Territory. Tim tcn.nrks of Supremo j INSPECTOR FULLER GETS COM- ... .he matter wl.atoor Komi- took th
' " ' " 1 -wnn it i4vv vuiiiiuii ... ..I.I...- .iitnn K I TT EE T" C AOOICT UIM ...
e is expected to hi' made as -arty as Territory. . Many on...., suites wore ... u auco . . a "J '
, , , epreKOtlled. I III' oiuecis nun mem- - .i,...!- . ..... ..... -
possible, it will hiMilong the two-stntes ,.,,. a,.Ullowcdgln I- given us. was warmly npplnudod.
, lino an has boon lite position of tho ma- ,,liu.vei for the hoaplinllty or Hi Hi- pain a tribute to the clllxciiHtilp ot
It Will be Reported aslt Passed the 1 j,,-Uy party all alone Tho opposition i,lCnl KiiIkIuh. of the clilxciw of Art- UiIh country. Yon have all Ilu- require-
House The Real Issue Shown. to llu. nl,.attro Wi nil 1 10 ftoni the more, ilm moss. In fact Hit town as a ments for Midf-government. he nialn
democrats in tlm senate. Thoy tan at- whole. The visitor ionim.nn.Ml freely tnlne.1 anil you need It. 1
..... .. . .. mum Hi., oerfect arninaementK for the The officers anil committee member- 1
low 11 10 pass; or limy cnii uuieai 11 ... ... , , , . , , ,. . ..1. i
under tho rules handling of ilm law body tho Inelll- of the local lodge eMcnd to the cltlxolis
The doha.o on tho adoption of the U- "o necessary on sue. o, the Ard.norol.e fo.ve. eHpeclally its ,
... .... ,....... .,. ,,.., . easlous. the mooting of delegations at Muff their thanks and appreciation for
jzr - "-" ,r i"; -,Mnr it j .ztk i,,ei....ir ws a ra,.r i..n..iR '""'7 7 .
toZZ It was referred by a ' lug Ihrir dos.ro to encur in .he sen- "or was the town was their, the latch- . (invention such a blR success. ()f , ai.la ,ol; or by Mr Kuller h.msc.r
,.f 11:111,. t-JT'i-beconreioncecom-al.. amendments. Ileproscntatlve (Jros- " , ., ...,. I ' "
THE RAYMOND CHARGES
MITTEE TO ASSIST HIM. tiixlllon Hint thin tnviwiluntlnn I, un
lnK conducted by the department or
Jimtlco and not by the lawyers or Miu
It vn the reiUPHt of Mr. Fuller tha'
11 committee of llvo bo nppolntod to as
xlst him In tukitiK tintlmony. Thin
there was a illsctiftnioii ns to who
should ho the cominltteo and wliethtr
A special fioni .MiihMikiv says Sat- " "'"""Id lie aipolnted by tho bar aso-
Much Disappointment Among Atto.
neys Only Members of the Bar
Were Allowed In the Executive
Session Held FiveChosen.
mlttcv will rcKirt back tho Hamll venor. who concluded the debate, mad
,, were profuse in Hn lr m know I- iIkciii. iii
of the hospitality of all
Rev Ora Samuel Gray. U "'" '",nm,,r!l,l cU"' xwm- mon and .IihIkv Thomas, as proslden'
. '. ' . ..... Tlie meeting of the association wtiM'nr ii i..h....
.. .... 1.11.. .,... ..u I. ,.v..lv ulLnilllPfitil r...ii!ir!.- I llu. ..rtwl Ol Uie IIOSlllllll. in iili A M'lf-tll.'Ule 1111111. flom 1110 Olll lllllll - " " l'l"'" "IK mem il
'I. :., .Ln,,, :.. , ,. , , v ... I On ..n...l.. .. I.... . a nearby ... VllnmiM. U1 llt h0 lHW rlsul i.ni t.y Mr. ,,.sne t;. . uncr. wno ,s . (,mlltllu,l. , 11mhIhI Mi, Kllu.r
liaimin uiu muni- uim i...-. .... ......... i i,iu , . l W . iv- - . .,....! oilUUCtlllK tile UnymoilU IIIVIMWKIIUOII.
1 1 T in .....ill 1 .1 ...t.M f ....I l.lf. .... (,V.
ate. Tho rest of the story Is problem- house, would surely bo vetoed by Hi
atlcal. president and that by sending the bill
Speaker Cannon Is opisised to the to conference ono and possibly two
senate bill. All of the republicans are states would be admitted into the t n
opposed to It. Tho Republicans led by 'Ion.
tho speaker are for a two-slato bill. This was loiistruod by advocates or
The democrats aro for a four-state bill, statuhood for Oklahoma and Indian
Tim temper of the senate democrnts Territory as meaning that In tho i-vini
seems to bo that the statehood bill ibe s. nato will not accept the Iioiiki
will bo smothered by them under tho bill Oklahoma and Indian Territory
no cloture rule of tin upper house. II will be cut loose rrom Arizona anil
vlll not require a Rreat ileal or obstrm New Mexico and ndmllteil us xeparat.
(cn on the part of a vigilant and utj-jstates. Upon the adoption of the n..o
scrupulous minority to kill the ( bailees j lutloii. Speaker Cannon nppolnti I
of statehood In the two weeks Hint ro- .Chairman Hamilton of the bouse U"
main of the session rltorlal committee, and Hepres. nta
Kol tlm givat supply bills are not yet li-es Powers and Moon as conf. i"is
passid and the rate bill and the arid- 01. lb - part or the house. Tim scn.i o
nation treaties are clamorous for at- r-jinirneil today without action, nut
lention which can not In all cases b? v. ill very likely appoint Its conterees
denied. I onion ow'.
the association mucin red. The com
inltteo Is compoveil of Tom Owen, t
t.U tl 111! Iiiiiilinl.l.t u-IM lllu li.pliirnu nre
. . i ... . ei'iinvi) si-BMiui anil ill iwyein winiii. liickHOii P I" Vi.l lltirri- lii.lj
bilKht and spicy, but clean and pure. , , ... . ' '" h ' "t. narry j)au.H
and are often con.par.,1 with thos ot 1" Hly beco.no members,,, . w. . lljllmH.
Conw.il and DeMotte. They appeal!"" i,H,,oH,,, vr-' l,nrrwl ,l" w""' This. i.nltti and Mr. Fuller bad
. all. lasses of p. ople. and make lite.1"" '',PH.r men. '1 I.e., weiv about n llllK.IIK Illm,,la,ely. and it was
.1 I., , and hope brighter tor all who """' Hie aHsoclatlon presei... UKn.(,i ,i1A( (mm IIH. ,m t. .
,,ir llR.m In the executive s.mslon thaiv was ,., KM Hhn ho ,,ulm, r,()hl. ,
unhesitatingly comniend Mr. "or,,,' '"'' " disns. The testimony will be taken
t.- av as a brilliant llh.st.atlon r Hid "Mir '"""'"' lahujjmn , rnnbT oall. and on reioril.
... . II. Hill. .u l...f..i-n l.ll. VII1IIIL' llllfll Ol ' . " "
' " 'Weather turnliiK warmer at noon.
i ,i tin and as a lecturer on popula" (
uliHct- second to no one of tlm pr,js
no i inn
The Ani-rlciin I.yceu.n Course.
i opi ra house. Tuesday, Fob. "1.
Dallas, Texas, Feb. IS.
Special to tlm Arilmorellu.
It Is inlnlim ht-r'e, and turi.li.K cold- j
i some sleet has fallen.
4. j,. Grand Chcncellor, Ind. Ter., Poteau.
. . ix'f'ed to hold a convention In our city (l
A brief outline ol Mime ol the most
common diseases to which the human
sysittm Is heir will be published In thli
paid from timu to time.
Tliroi.nl. Hie kindness or tlm Cl.li"
CxaininliiK Physicians and SurK"
Chlckusha, I. T Fell.
ipis-lal 10 the Arilmoielle.
' A IIkI.i show is fallliiK bete, warmer,
I Telephone mnssaKes received from
different parts of the country wesl m
day luillcatt! that the snow which fell
hero Friday iiIkIiI and yoftlurday morn
I. IK has been funeral and Hint nit par s
of the country have been covered with
the snow kiliK's allows.
' ...1.1 ..in I...
:.i,i.1 ImvI. A11I111010 but lluse Ard- me rotnmucii ni-' "
I 1 It.tu.t-lnlll llllO.- '
inor.i boys bent us to It. and really I nine 10 Knv .u ...1 ,
HI Iteno. O. T., Feb. IS.
Special to tho Aldmorelte.
A heavy snow has fallen hem. tie'
li. i warmer at noon.
AiiKUhtus lllcemcr an iirci! Ceriuan
died at Ilm home of his son-in-law yes
ter.lay u.oruint; in Soutlienst Ardmor-.
-..-!...! 1. t.
,iiria.iuii v,iiuii.ii. - 1 .i,....
. .. . 1...1 - .,. ...1..1.1 .1.. i.u v., .11 imr inatlon concenilui:- tl.eso
Services at the Christian cliurcn ' . ,.
a. .... and 7-1U P- . Tho fu.mr,U - can', do bvtter. ft Z' Z w ,
(Iranil Chancellor Munay was eiai- -i 01 mm ii.u.v -
e,l over the success, and fuely com- liappear In next Sunday.'H Issue. "1 .
. . ... . ......... 11. ..1 ..11 Ji.i.rl. UMinl Is II " l'J
nnnieii upon me eiions i sv.-u ium j....... "
sermon of Mrs. U. F. C.arrotl will be
preached at the forenoon hour
Kvonlnj; subjecl. "Ilalhluaetiri." All nre
J. CliAKHNCH ItKAI), Fastor.
If 't is Burned off Often Enough There
Will be no Doubt that It Will Havs
to be Opened Soon t: Save it.
Many Citizens Indorse it.
First Presbyterian Church.
Services will be held today ns usual
ul 11 a. 111. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
' school at 11.45 a. 111. A cordial welcome
Is extended to all.
CHAS. C. WKlTll, Pastor
Uawton, Okla., Feb. 18. Col. J. M.
There will be services in St. Philips
As Stated In Friday's Ardmoreite Ti
Grand Duke Serglus, Uncle of the
Czar, Suffers the Death Pen
alty Outbreak is Feared.
.lolinson o. l axon w.10 u, mi u., , clnlrcU M.ly lU-U a. ,, !Ul 7.:iu ,,. ,.
today on lmslnoss states that thoru Is Sumlny st.hoo, al y.,5 n ,
yol strong talk of burning thu Brass ,, A ,ijNyi nt,,,-.
from Hie big pasturo reserve as soon J
ns It is dry. This tnlk Is not conlliied Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
to a fow hot-heads as was originally 1
reported, lint many unod cIHzouk have ' lie v. II. U Walker has accepted a
conn to tlm conclusion that It will 'call to tho pastmate or the Cumberland
take Jus. such moans to got the de Presbyterlnn church and will take
partment of Hie Interior In favor or cliarKe of the work at once.
openli.K Ilm lands to settlement. He will preach today at 11 n.
"Von renienibcr that ip in the strip, ' and ".: p. .... Cordial Invitation
said Col. JohiiMin, the homesteaders ' to all.
on Unrdiii lands becumo cnrnRed at o
the ilolliuiuuncy of the department in 1 First Baptist Church.
openlliK tbcsii lands and they burneit Preachl.iK niornlliK and evening by
on' tho mass and continued to burn it I the pastor. Sunday school at 1(1 o'clock
off until the department had to open It. V. P. U.. 2.30 p. .... He sure and
Hie lands to make then, or any value come to church today All are made
whatever. The men mailt large balls of v.i lronu'.
waste material such as is used lit pack
ing car and engine boxes, saturated
them thoroughly with coal oil, wrapped
thorn tightly with wire and tied ilium
J. U Ki:i,l,KK, Pastor.
Heavy Snow Fall.
Tlm heaviest snow fall for years
to tho tails of horses. Il.eso horses ilt.Km uiug about 2 o clock Saturday
would bo hcattered for miles along the
border ami at a signal the run across
morning and by nixm the following day
n depth of several Indies had been al
11,0 roscrvauon wouui no mane, mo tllR.(, K.m l0,1(),.,8 received the Kill
burning balls bounding over tlm grusa (J cut.tail H,,(.t(,K f tlm Chickasaw
tiring It at every ihiiiii 01 coniraci. , (ll)(m WKh ,,,,. 11M ,lMvy ns th-
Hoards stoon annum 11m uoiuers wnu AlonR K, ,u. (,r tlu. Sanl.
guns In their hands 10 Keep uacu any ovt.,.yliinK Is covered with .1 mn.v
who would .tare mieruij wun me (U( of wht,. ..j)u moiHture Is no.
work. needed in the least, although It wl.'l
Col. Johnson believes that the people () m( ,m.n ,o )0 ,.oulltry. -n,,, Klound
on homestoads bonlerlng the big re- )(( W(l MWlHOia.d aml u cops will h
kervo will adopt similar measures Hits ui(()y ,ll,llulll,lu (jt.neially severe win
spring and summer, lie states inai 111 a.t, follow,.(1 by boiintllul croju.
case tlm township trustees are instruct- 01(. ,im,.K 8av tjml ti,t. ,-) ,a ever
ed to open the soUlon Hues for pnbll'.- fH1(M, lu.m,0 fa,.,nt.rH wui rejoice over
highways, there nre men ready to be- ,,.OSp,,ms
gin nt a ma.nent s nonce. .pi,,, KI1I)W wah ,.f.llt surprise to
hundreds. Many complnlned Hint bait
Tin, v .1 llnlllns bank.ui.t slock of weather would neve.- cease. Hut re
.....n ..., i. ...,., n,. u- L.ni.1 member hiininier Is coining, so die -r
Hntl-n mill I4l llLnn ltil 1111 ,
at a IiIk diKrouut at. .Mmllll was picked 11 r
.... 1... i ....t.....-leli.v .w.twthfifil
while staudlng near a stove at hoi
.1. C. Preddy. Mr. PriMldy now has vesieniav. th..
homo great bargains to offer Ilm people 1w lInIIehtl.r'r MrH- (!. w. ,Inllan,,
in sauuies anu narncss. n-vw hovort!ly burl,pi. 0,. hlr. Mrs,
It .'. Williams of this city, lot t at once
t i attend thu in jut oil child's bedside
Tho Ijnlies Aid Society of Ilm ChU
tian Church will meet again with .Mrs.
II. W. Dick, Tuesday afternoon at 2.30
O'clock. MRS. J. C HEAD, Sec
See our J. I. Case plovra and cultl
ton. NOM.N HK03.
EVIL GENIUS SLAIN BY MOB
liiirlng the inoulli of February and
until March It. the comhlucil Special
'lists will give l-'reu Consultation, Klec
irlcnl Treatnient. Dry Hot Air Trsut
ment. Frc: until cured to all who call
al their olllces.
The only expense to bo Incurred ,s '
i tho actual cost of the medicine an- 1
things used in each case.
Hundreds may be cured for sum!
, amounts. i
Without treatment your condition
'may become Incurable. Kcmeiuhnr the'
MILLIONS IN SIGHT TO THE FIV
St. Petersburg. Fell. IS.TI.e Ass.i-
was thrown beneath Grand Duke S
gins' carriage and the latter with the
.. i .i.inl.i.uu u-iim liliiwn lii nieces.
, , i Combined Specialists take no Incurable
Tho (Irand Duke Serglus, uncle : ,.,...
icases for treatment, 1 you wait uni
t ie Russian emperor, and formerly gov. I r ,., ,,IlH .eached an Incimi-
ernor genenil of Moscow, Is understood ,,. Htage, It Is your own fault. Don't
to have been condemned to death l-y , wait hill call and see the Combined
In the Final Settlement of Their Grand
Estate, it Is Estimated There Will
be Thirty Five Millions to be
Wllliln the next year there will be
capital payiifuuts and ilislmrx-
Hated Press has recilved a dlsnalm t)(( 1.L.vluIlmuiry ,,... , ,n.(:,.ulb..r ' Speclaltlsts If they can not cure you ,mmI(j ( ,.,.,, llJnH ()f . vu
lliey will .ell you so.
I it mi Moscow stating that the (.rain;
These expert specialists will dlaR-
rivlli.cil tribes amounting all told (o
Duke Serglus while driving In a ca
Inge to the Kremlin at Moscow to I he governor geneia.suip u .,.o,-,. (. f locating every ache "V('r il nimou tloiiars. the llrsl or
lay. was assassinated by a bomb which was abolished early In the year amllH, ,.ull wllliout asking you a slugli! which will likely be the payment ot
was thrown beneath his carriage. The ' the grand duke, according to dispatch M1,.Mtlon. They have the largest, moat i $15o,.mio to the Delaware Indium.
carriage was blown to pieces. Tho a es lion. Moscow, January 4, kept close- ,.,m,.,i,.t. ani successful medical In- v ... ., i,..,.i.,..i.,..
sassiiis were nrresled. One of Hm:n ly lo tlm well guarded Nickotikl palace , M,,,, ,,H counny, and the branch ' jWttVc.ri of tlu. iiiBbuisiueiit s th.it
was .laii!rousy wounded. Several on the outskirts or Moscok. retaining ,0tl(.o tl Ard.no.e Is a permunenl llx- ..., r ,,' ,. , .. , ,. , '
students who were In .lie vicinity, we.-e his position ns coinmauder-ln-clilet ol ,,.,, j,,.,.,., (n absolute guarantee may ,. , ,.
taken Into custody. tlm military district. . Kivcn in all cases accepted tori.,... .' i
i - h") Hlliriii i ..li i-,un,T imi .ii,; . .111111-1
London, Feb. 18. A dispatch to Iteu lter in January, however, it was an- tu,lIllu,nt. . . . . . . ......
'P. .........n... '.... IJ, 1... .i.i..t.uu, .1.1.. li,.-. ..n...l ,li,l.-.. Ii'.fl .... ......... t I ,.. ..r
ii-i i ,-n , .mi . Mii..iii.. .mm i . ......n..4 .....t .... .....i. ...... i uese spcciaiusiH nave iiiiiiiiieim -n ,. f . i .... ...
nouuclug tl.at an explosion has occtii-- no nas neon ciasstM. as iiie most m() fainUy iioctor hail given up ii'l
led nt the Kremlin, where Hie (Iranil i dictionary member of the litiiijri il ihoix-w of cniln them.
Duke S'.'rglus hud been residing, an.l 1 lutnlly, as tho head of what Is iclerrei! , f y,, art. a sufferer of catarrh,
that It is rumored that the grand dtil.e to as tlm war party and had been stlg- .rimcliltls, asthma, weak eyes' dys
was killed. niatleil by the liberals as Russia's evil i i,(.lltla. i-lieumatlsiu. kidney or lenude
I'he illspau li adds that no conllrin.i genhiit. tioublOH. or diseases of the slo.
' ' " , , . . s n , i.i i in i r. ", tho funds on hand, the sale or town
tersburg says a telephone message has , Midgut refuge In one or the palaces of tcnilni(mlnln from women nil over the i K,U,H my.imlH ul ,. s.,0 of ,.
been m-elved there from Moscow an- the Kremlin. ! country whom they have cured after ,IIK .' .,, nlI10llIlt' f proper
ly to be given to the Indians, not in
' eluding their allotments, will amount
to aboui ?:i5,n(iii,00n. ir all these
t u in Ik an, disbursed dining the year
I'.iik; ami eacli Indian in the live chill
.ed tribes got an ,-nunl share ll
Hon ol the report has been obtained. (irand Duke Serglus was born In j ,,.., v,.,. ,. niaildcr cnll and consult wo)(, ,,, 1)ol, ,;(,,, ,.,. t.al,,.
and that tho population Is greatly e. is." and was married In 1SS4 to Prlii i i.Kl, te.l doctors. u , w, , H,,,uv ,.qm,ny
lted. cess Kll.abeth or Hesse-Darmstadt. Tlu.u. ,urRI) , .,- ,,.,,,,. ,s the ,l).0 w ,w u mmM. , ,,
According to auolli.-r icport a bomb 'lln y have no children.
only one ol the kind In the Indian Ter- 1olml (,r mwwy ,-,.,.,,Ved by the
jrltory and they will give ;.,o .o. any imvrunl TUt! ciierokecK w.ll
years, icaso or Rheiiniallsm they rail lo cur- . ...,,,.,,, ....,. i,(l,i, i lnlui
i with It. .and monev and the Chlckasaws will
Olllces in Hooker and Carter llull.l Rtl (h)) ,rKVH ,r W( , ncll, ,
Bessie Apollos Dead ' yesterday was the worst in
Hessie. tlm ISyenr old daughter ot ri""w l'a fallen in Oklahoma .
I. S. il. Anollos. died yestenlav mom- l'llh ' several Inches.
lug at 10 o'clock. The funeral so.- I lie loliowing is scir-exp.auaiory. lug over post otuce. utuce noms a ... u 0l)au8 w, ,,, (.OI,S,t.r,,.
vb es will be held nt the Christine '' which begun fulling at Aril-1 in., to S p. in.. Special hours for ladle wl,h jvw t,.llHK To ,ak lt.
chiinh this afternoon at 3 o'clock, with ,"'' at a o clock a. in.. Saturday haiis to t p. m. Sunday; hours to a. ' , av,.nlKU ni()tmeui in all live nations
Interment al the Rose Hill cemefry, I""''" " a depth of six Inches. The to 1 p. ni. It is safe to say that the land is worth
the Rev. Read will ottlciate. Thu .H weather Is moderating very much. In- . ii.r.no. This with the cash dlsbil.-s-
ceased had been 111 for the past le.i dlcnllons good for rain.
weeks and had been contined lo h t
room lor a longer period. She wa. III (iainesvllle, Texas, Feb. IX,
at Mannsvllle where she was vlslilni;. Special to the Ardmoreite.
for some time hut she was moved hei . The heuvlesl snow of the winter be-
about three weeks ago ami had con- gHii falling lust night, uml continue
l.liually been glowing worse until t lie up to this time. The fall Is estlinatr.I
end which came ijal unlay moruiug at live Inches.
The deceased is well known In Aid
mole having lived here tlm grcal.-r Purcull, I. '1'., Feb. IS.
pari of her life and the family Iinto Special to the Ardmoreite.
many friends who s,vinpalhl.e wl'S
them In this their hour of trouble.
Sunday excursion to Fort Worth, ed would be I'.'.OWi for each Indian, i
1 ebruary '.'i!. Rate $1.50. Special train K'ul of $10,000 for each average sjy.eil
leaves Ardmor at 7:30 a. m. Indian family And still they call
Mardl (iras. Mobile. Ala., ami Henna him lor 15.
cola. Fla.. Fell, 'is to March . Inelii- Despite lliese tlguies the fact ro-
slve. Rate 2L'.tlo and 2l.-'". mains that many Indians ae very
One way second class colonist rate's poor. It Is also true that these ills
to poi.i.s In the northwest March I to hurseinenls may and probably will b,
.May 1.1. Septj 1 lo Oct. 31, Inclusive, dragged out to cover mouths of line
Rale $l!7.ir. a7..".o and :io. In the payment. liMlan payment
' usually are. lly the time all tho laud
A heavy snow has been falling her- NrH ) p (jarroll. illed yesterday mid properly Is sold and the funds
for thn past twelve hours. At noon it Is nl,1K ai three o'clock at the family 'IMnirsoi! amnng the Indians, some
HEAVIEST FOR YEARS.
with Indications of
Snow has Fallen Over Entire South
western Country Moderating.
Reports nvelveil at the Anlmorcl
Oklahoma City. 0. T Feb. IS.
Special to tho Ardmnreile.
of the thrifty ones will hnw absorbed
'litsldenee. corner Ninth avenue and 1,U KI.,1U, ,,.a , ,n,s n,,.,,, a,,,i oihe.s
street southeast. Tlm funeral services m ,.lv i,,.,.,,,,,,. Very poor.
will be held this morning at 1 1 o'clock ,
from tlm Christian church, Rev. Read, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Gregory return-
Anotlicr heavy snow storm has been jotllclatlng. Interment In Rose cene ed from Oklahoma City ycsten' iv
otllce Indicate Ibai the snow storm. of i piwallluK here for the p:st few hoitrJ, !ler.f.
Mr. (lregory Is gelling along nicely.