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OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN INDIAN TERRITOHY--ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS.
I'lH lists ntfv AKDMORK, I. T., WHDXKSDA ViKVKNINd, rll'LV ll I !)()(. HEARST FOR End of Tomato Shipping. .lacKson.iiio, Tcxns, July in. No more tomntnnn will ! .... tltWl! title I HRVA M soason 1,1 mrlo.nl lots, no the crop In II. U. Ulll HI! Practically marketed. Not counting express consignments, thore havo licon 516 solid car load of lomatoo OKLAHOMA CORN STATE GASH DOWN IN FUTURE UNDERSTANDING REACHED TWEEN THE TWO MEN. BE- 'Hearst It Not a Presidential Can.ll date But Will Likely be Supported by Dryan Faction In His Race Far Governor. routed this sonwm grown within n CONDITION OF CROPS IS 'THE New York. July 10. William J. Dryan anil William It. Hoarst havo roaohod an understanding and Mr. Hoarst will osltlvoly support Mr. Hryan for the Domocmttc notulnntlon for president In 1008. That, accord lug to Honrst mon horo, In tho monti- log of Mr. Huh rat ' announcement that ho Ik not a cnnillitHte for the Dem ocrntlc presidential nomination. It Is loarncd that negotiation havo boon In progroHH for somo tlmo be tween theHo rivals for Democrats leadership In fact, over olno Mr llryan'H now boom took definite shape M'r. Hearst mado certain donmnds ai tho price of his support, anl thoru Ih good reason to bellovo that Mr. Hry an has promised to grant them. Ono of thoso donnnds, and parhniM tho most Important from Mr. Htf rst'J point of vlow, Ih that tho men who wore rosKnslhlo for the nomination of Parker In 1904 shall bo rologatcd to tho roar, and deprived of whatovor control they now have of tho party ma chinery of tho Democratic party. The lemand Includes the deposition of Tom Tnggart as Democratic national chair man and tho exclusion of August Del monl and William F, Shcchan from the party councils. Mr. Hryan Is ex pected to do all this by virtue of his position us tho apparently Inevitable candidate of tho Democrats two years hence. Whether his moral Mippnrt will bo given U Mr. Hearst In the latter' attempt to capturo tho regular Demo cratlc nomination for governor of tblK htato Is not known; but an Inference to that effect Is drawn from tho fac. that Hryan recently gavo I caret friendly mention as a Democratic can .ldato for president. radius of rcvoh miles of this place, approximating $300,000 worth of to- matoos, tho highest record of any season. HIGHEST IN SOUTHWEST. NO MORE TOWN LOT5 IN TERRI TORY ON INSTALLMENT PLAN Condition of Banks In Territory, Washington, July, 10. The avorage resorve of tho banks of Indian Terri tory was 18.05 per cent on April C Loans and illncountH Increased from $15,274,2.15 to $16.81(3,010; Kd coin from $217,088 to $800,101; lawful mon Western States Have a Million Acres Government Will Require Purchaser af More In Cultivation than Last Lots Sold to Pav Full Cash Amount Year Conditions of Corn July 1 Indian Territory. at Time of Pu.-r.hase Lots Sold tc Hlghesi Bidder Washington, July 10. Tho crop . U'Msh. I. T., July io. Tho record sun agaii.jt waters-pierce. Arkansas Demands Two Million Dol- lara In Fines From Oil Company. Uttio Hock, Ark., July 10 Suit for pennltlofl aggregating $2,000,000 was Instituted Saturday by tho state, through Attornoy General lingers and Prosecuting Attorney Hhoton. against tiio Wntcrs-l'lorce Oil Company, un der tho nntl-trust law of Arkansas. Tho complnlnt nllegoH that the do- GLEAN UNDER THE WATER IS WHAT I WANT, SAID A CORPU LENT SISTER TO MINISTER. of Indlnnn; the Hepubllc Oil Company, h corporation nrgunliiil unilor tho law, of tho ttlnte of New York; the indHrd Oil Compflny. onriwntlnn Tha Ml.l.l.. T- , . . . fendant has enlorcd Into an nerco- V " " ' ..r ,o a "cr ,0 F"r Not. monl with the Standard Oil Company. Z"ni Z VhJ ,aZi " V" a company organized under tho laws s," L f "? A"dle"-''"mer.ed u.mU appropriate sonp;. lining iioaru or the buronu of ttH- In the nlllcra of the Indian ln.m.rlor ... ... . ... . . . i . . . i ubuuh in uh? iiopnniont or agncu- snow that there arc hundreds of tow. . ..rwmliied iin.Ier th. Uw nf Vnu- rr. ..,-,,..,.,,,, ,. , . .. . nv rMorvit iiimraniA.1 r...... mi mom i i-'--- ...v urn im t,i iiifi .t-rrmirv .imiiiwj. nun (iiiii'ra. m rMfi.in.A nmi iw to $I.108,2,J; Individual delu from rWK),,,l',,!,1 ngwnl" wf Uie ' J"' wn ilofawltoil In Iho Kiy tho price of article of manufacture. Ill 130.U6 to $13,776,771 .. .. m iiimi never wmii sold at tbe inriuuing petroieu lean as follows: ' '""""""J rmiirn. snow I lie Hero- gov.rnmllt UHlo been use lb- n.,i,r.l.. such a imnbtlin lt..ln. v-n.,- ....... " ' """ "una- . . I I , " . .v. nvarwviu iiiin W 11 1 ijb lumrki.iul.. At. . . . . kkc m torn ro lm pmnti nlM)ut 91.- anifi.t w io. i.ui. i-n.i .i imi.mu... ..h. " "i rue or nan- Hterllng. Ok.. July 10.-A Motho.ll.. in'..i-ter of this ,wrt of the new state, who Is constitutionally and almost doc irlimlly oppol to Immersion as a mode of Imnll.in. runnnii.. n. and all prodnc.s NBImi of mm ."'a Prominent Politician Su.c.des. M6.000 acr,.. an Increnso of aboi .ni w "2Z ZiZ u "T.. '"" ' north of Hy Asuoclated Prws. IJ5U.000 or 1.0 Irt.r cent as compar- ho old at public auction to tl. i.i.i,. the .(..fmnli.... i.. Hi.n,. A'" ' rl . "8 ""rilmtei. the mlsfor Omaha. July ll.-An.,.! i. tr.. ' wl11' H'''"te of the ncre(te ut bidder for ensh. Thin Is oi.. i.. vlslnn. ,t n. ,,.!.... i-u- "WhwnrdneM. his tender nlngs. former city treasurer for six ,""V'Hr- , , , mHk" "m" """ lelslnlnre. and I. liable L this ZiHH o f hi." m !,u, tears, nml ronnlillr-nn a '"e coiuiiiion or corn July I, Is us dor the obi vim mnvor In.t ...ri..e n .,,..... follows: men, ,,.... ,, ,llri , .,., .... ""'"' ln,'y heenmo convcrtcl -i ruivn.u 1 . - ......... I ...v.v jiui . .'r.iiiv-.i .n iinnn. mi n Rill I Ull.lur I II. Ill lion. I. ml ... ....I... .1. . .. .. . .1.. . .... .1 ' "- IIIU .HUUHhllHt faith. Having that Immerslou t form of bap. pared with 87.3 on July 1, 1905, 86.1 In the future when a mm. I.I.I, fnr . Ht tho corresponding date In 1901 and lot at govoniment snlo It will be on a ion joni nvorage or hu.i. , (l CMh ,.18m ,, , , . The average comlKlou of wlnlor over the ontlro amount and tho pat wheat on July 1 wns S5.C as compared out will he Issued at once. Iots bought with 83 Inst month 82.7 on July 1, 1905, that way will sell for loss money than o.i ui iiiu corrosiKJUu i k i nto is u. i n.i..r ..... t ... ,. at his homo hero this morning, by snooting. No cause Is assigned lastIandTf RED MAN cc ... . . """" MM n U,wn ,ot t,,oro WM" 2R "M,r J"W'wnt Is nske.1 for a surrender and decided to ..ir KanmiH 88; ndlan Territory 90; cen. paid down and the remainder of the charter of the company to do church Oklahoma 93; ITn.te, states 87.6. In three ,ua. annua, payments, .n tnc business In this stale and damages In .1 a i, , e The average condition of the grow- Choctaw and Chickasaw nations the the sum of $2,000,000. was the , m, lr n. i . i Ing crop on July 1 was S7.G as com- payments were even easier than that. ' " .."J ? T!.T HEAVY FINES OPENING OF BIG PASTURE WILL "'"! U tC" onr'H HVornKo of 79.1 MARK THAT EPOCH. These Lands to be Opened In Septem ber will be Finished Before the Constitutional Convention Shall Have Convened. Tho following tnblo shows tho fol lowing western states having ono mil lion acros or upward In winter wheat, tho condition on July 1 this year with the respective ton year average: Ten year Ave rag o 0 Insiwctors will not soil any of thoso lots until ho gets ordors from the sec retary of tho Interior. States July 1 190C Kansas 7; California 90 Oklahoma hi! . 8S.0 Wyoming Fish Story. Cheycnno, Wyo., July 11 (Special) Whnt Is believed to bo tho trout that viciously attacked and Injured n fish erman lioro about a month ago lnus been captured at Iiko Mahapaluth on a set line. Kred Dlllmnn, tho fish's victim, caught tho trout whllo seated on tho end of an Ico chute, nnd at tempted to Insert his fingers In Its gills to drng It to shore Instantly tho fish loaned nt him, uclzlng his hand In Its mouth and terribly lacerating tho flesh from tho wrist downward, thereafter making Its escape Tho fish weighs eight pounds and hns teeth a quarter of an Inch In length. A hook nnd several yards of lino word found In Its gullet. Oklahoma City. Ok.. Julv in win. the opening of the big pasture In Co- tJnl,lMl statas nunchc county, allotments of which will bo participated In oy tho Klowns Comanches and Apaches, tho last In dlan lands In Oklahoma will havo been opened to settlement, and tho now state of Oklahoma will bear tho distinction of coming Into statehood 1 1 83 79.1 To Make United Appeal Hy Associated Press. Salt l-nko City, July 11. silver How Trades and Iabor assembly, Hntto, Mont., has sqnt out an appeal to over' Central uilor body In tho United States to set apart Sunday, August G, Tho nvnmt-o rnnillMim of u..rl..r I r. - - ... aw,..,. ... ...., t. n ... wh.-nt nn J..U- 1 w 01 !',.a ... """ ""UK" rninic J. amitn 01 V ' ' Vllllfil fU next fiir n connrnl ..nin,t nn.i "J" Asoclnted Press. I ll,l-,. ...I .. viii"ui '"f n. juuge u'iniiis or tlsm, she demnndeil the administration of that modo. On the wny out to tho creek she said to the minister: ".Vow, brother. I want vnu ... ARE IMPOSED "M,,l"r 10 wn,or cl8n" 1 r m id .Nover fear, madam," replied tho minister, with feigned relish of tho dreaded Job, "I'll get you clean undor," Sbo weighed over two hundred imunds, wniio the minister was n spindling fel low with soft muscles. In tho water the minister concluded his prelimin ary ceremony with "In tho name or tho Father, nnd the Sou and tho Holy Ohost," nnd laid her gently back upon tho wntor. All of her two hundred pounds of weight wont under hut hor faci. "Cot mo clean under," she de manded. "Never fenr,'' said tho nor- CHICAGO AND LTON RAILROAD FINED $-10,000. Two Officers Fined $10,000 Each Con vlcted of Granting Illegal Rebates. Fine Is Same as Burlington Railroad Paid. witn 93 last month, 91 on July 1, 1905; 93.7 nt tho corresponding dnto In 1901 and a ten 8S.2. The avernge condition on July 1, sentenced tho Chlcngo and Alton without any Indian or nubile ln.,.i of ,r,"K 11,1,1 wltur whent combined for futuro settlement. Perhaps no nth wn" 87,8 "I"''11 wlth 8C-S on lfatla.4 Sr r a m .ft Caldwell, Idaho, either to glvo Moycr, HnVWOOd nnd Voll .inn., nn I trial nr nrimit i.nr isnii .t,..iirt rwiu, recently convicted of KrnntlnK VOr livrrnin nf I in-tiuiu ... . B" - trial for tho murder of Oovcrnor Stc- " ,vm"m' " P" no or i20,- uneberg. 0,1 enc" or lwo counts, or a total or m,ooo, tho United States .ll.trlrl "'"" ""r. B you under." K..n., , n,., V. ' 1 "'' "o released ono hand from be hind nnd pushed her faco beneath tho water. Then It became necessary to relcnso tho other hand to get behind her In order to lift her out of tho wa- FUNDS MAY BE INADEQUATE. John Kalthern and Kred A. Wann, Q "' " ! " ""Miwiiiuun lunrv iiuiu ma former onirlal. nf tiw, r,..i M ' " m' or Ktntn ti.nt , .......!.... .u. I Jly 1, 190G and 81.C at tho correstioi.il. Oklahoma Dl.trirtinn n,rj m, m..j , . ... .. . rm 8ll'I'co from under him nnd ho ...... ,.Mn i... iiu.i.iiivil llj IIIU I, ... " I u iuu . hum nu...Tii;i-i m INtJ II UtlO lu-nu ., I....,.,. ,i union can-bniHt r iibn .iu. ' pcnoii in luui. me amount of An Additional Anoronriatinn. ir. nno nri. , . ..., ""' "'"k " "u mum current. In fact, in nearly evorv other. M.to w,,cnt remaining In the hands of farm- (luthrlo, O. T July lO.-Prellmlnarv of $10,000 each. ikifendnntK nn.i . "l U' .oW My camo w,, a Llu- that Is now in thn ..ninn iu I L'ra " Jui . ih estimated nt about ostlmntes mado bv tho owinhnmn ,11.. nn tun ,.( t ..!., ""u iw irom nor less land that ..n- nv.,r .0B3,000 bushels, onulvalent to trlctlng board Indicate that thn lino. t.l..ln- tl... m,,n,u .w..n ... mmi"' 8,10 ejaculated, "I'm satisfied. . . -- . tiIKn. and Is yet available to Uio home steader. 10,01.3,000 bushels, equivalent to trlctlng board Indicate that tho $100.- talnlng tho counts. The specific charge " , ' alc, "lm a"flI. about O.G per cent of tho crop of last 000 appropriated by congress to pay on which they wore conv cted was glv- u i , ' Z, Kl mo,c'Cnn Undt'r'" an(1 lh0 CX"enstB "f 1,10 constitutional con- Ing the Schwarzchl.d. SuhSgercSi. S u Z "?JIT?. 'h 'V' th Oklahoma and Indian Territory, tho ,no aver"K condition of tho oat ventlon and Its preliminaries and (ho pnny ono dollar per car on alt aliln- " . .. . . l" u-"k iin big country originally set apart by tho on July w"8 81'0' united Stntos government especially for tho Indians, will ho cleared of In WILSON GOES TO OMAHA. elections rendered necessary by It, monts from tho Kansas City plant of win no entirely inadequate for that tho packing company. purpose. Lhnrles II. Fllson, secretary Tho court In nasslnc sentence snl.l or rne ooara ana disbursing ngent for ho could see no extenuating clrcum- fllntt l..n,lu l.t li l i ""uo "H "cuiaiiy ia- To ni0.ct Paelnn Hnll. Th .. .... ' 7 . ken on tho cloak of active statohood. Sat ,erf ..h 7 " ",u luu-uuu ""i". nccoming to tho stnnceH In granting rebates. .vaw leruis or mo sinienood nil . savs Hint Nut Growers' Association. College Station, ToxaB, July 11. (Special) Tho featuro of today's ses Hlon of tho Farmers' congress Is meeting of tho Texas Nut Orowors' as sociation. Tho poenn Industry Is nn Important ono In this stnto and the mooting lias attracted a conHldor.iblr number of people. Prosldont Falkm r of Waco dol'vored 'iO opening aJ dross, and explained tho procosH of budding tho nntlvo pecan trees, which abound nlnng tho rivers of Texas, with tho flnor vnrlotlos, nnd tnua Increas ing tho quantity and quality of tho crop. Papers wero also road by Judge II. A. Halbort of Houston, II. P. At water of Qalvoston and others. rerms or tno statehood bill, says that Defendants gavo notlco of appeal. L.Vt r 7i, m.! ,u" It Is. however, tho Intention nf th. n ... . 01,1 of 11,0 walur ' corpulent sister n.l....n 11CJ ........... . . . ' . " - ...v. ....u iu,,.., in lUUIIUCni hlL-nn l...m...l.,. "-TLw..., -.....!. ... (shed before tho constitutional con- , t"A,ni n ',Z,r ,ea, w "V "'. with that Im,K.ed upon tho Hurling- , . no,. , " :",.; " "Z i.n i . - ...oivuu iiiu willlOl I rccani in t int fnrt nn.l Iruat Ir... i . .. - - " ""u uci w.i..,.i nuiiii iimo couvoneii. I lie ,.ni,i., i..,. ....... ........... " " a nnuiiiir enwo uy !, .,. ... nun uu llllil in COICrOSS to mnkn nniirnnr nil ...j It.... t...i. . ... ... . . -- ....... ... . . . .. Ulll..:.. ll'L. ...... ... ..... ......I(1 M Tl.n nnnnlnff . n n.. ... r. . I .... ,....... bu..ulll.u ... OCHUIU- ny AHHOCn,0(J V08S uur, in vuiimncuo county, will no nn- The I iinnlflnir l.n.icnu thnr,. wlndlnir im of the Irlbnl nff.ilr- r ih. " 7 . . "'r- " """ Osago Indians nnd the nllottlnK of " TT0' h." " to cover any deficiency which may re circuit court. their lands which has been uolne nn L " T l"u "cago su't. The opinion of tho members of now for tho nasi si woni. win M . .""1K 0U!r onon 10 "ielr the loan! Is that congress Intended Attempted Assassination. tbe Ounce K.tion n..w ..... r n.,. , m"lH 8a,",,,ry "'' t'"t the tl p.cvldo for tho payment of nil tho Hy Associated P lahomn, cleaned of Its Indian lands tho water. Turning to tho nudlcnc. upon tho bank, ho announced: "IJt us sing 'All Hall tho Power of Jesua .Vanio,' " hut tho nudlenco was so nmuscd It could not sing and as tho dripping pair camo straightway up Races at Brighton Beach. Now York, July 11. (Special.) Tho racing season at Hrtghton Ilcach track opened this afternoon, tho chief ovents being tho Distaff stakes and tho Hrighton mile. Many good horses aro entered for both races. Tomorrow tho Jamaica stakes will bo run and on Saturday tho "big thing" of the meet, tho Hrighton handlcnp, will a) mo off. Tho season will closo Aug. -1 i-Ith tho Hrighton Derby. To Straighten Neosho River. Hons Into effoct August find. Thaw Denies Insanity. Hy Assoclnted Press. York. July 11. Hurry K. Thaw had reportors sout to his coll today, whoro ho reiterated tho state ment mado last night that ho was not Insane Ho wished tho widest public ity bo given to tho statement he gnvo tho roimrtors last night, donylng that i nn..m ... " w Hisaiio, "r Hint a luiinoy com " I" ". n.l.loM l. .-... ... . .... Of war will, thn n.nn.l.ora nf t.l Trll. """" ,.,..,..,, to lll.iuiru iniO i i... ......... . . , ,,ls 8tno of mind' ttv Duiibitnuaiuill ptlltui vnillliuiliu, hns taken no active part In tho allot ment of lands that aro to como to his people. This will bo guarded, prob ably, solely by tho government. Catholic Educators Meet. Hy Associated Press. Cleveland. O.. Julv 11 M.mv .to... ...in . ... . . " ... . . . ' " ...,..., 1...1-111 mi. p..i luvinuii ruguia- oxpeimeH or tiie coiu-tlutlonal convon- tsovnstlvol, July 11. An attempt sontatlvo olurlcH and teachprs of tha ross. the occupants of which aro tho rich est Indians In tho world. Qunnnli Parker, chief of all the Co mnnchos, Gotobo, chlof of tho Klowns, and Goronln. chief or tho Apaches, aro to flguro In tho last nllotmont of lands to bo mado to Indians In Okla homa. Hoth Gotobo and Parker havo been busy for tho Inst two weeks ad vising among .heir pcoplo In tho se lection of allotments for their pco nnd was caught by tho train, which wns switching. Tho head was cul lS cloan and ono arm nin.hn.r tn ninn. I. ... k. . ... ...... . ,.0..u.KUu, ji.-io-liu , Meyer , Rurvved by a wife nnd two corps oi government, engineers win children, who" resldd Texas, uu seni io ivansas in a row unys io njnko n .survoy of tho Neosho river Russian Students Shoot' and Rob By rtssoclated Press, Indon, July 11. A dispatch to a nows agency from St. Petersburg says Blacksmith Beheaded. three young mon, students at tho unl Eunice, La., July 10. Gustav Moy- verslty, shot and wounded a paymastor er, a German blacksmith from San nna two watchmen this afternoon In Antonio, Texas was beheaded by a tno ""Ico of tho paymastor of tho ad freight train horo tast night. Moyor nralty, nnd decamped' with $12,000 was a member oi tho Southern Pacific construction crow engaged In work Strike at Buffalo. horo. Ho was walking In tho yards Hy Associated Press. Huffalo, July 11. a ggneral strllio of frleght hundlers at this port today spread to nil companies whoro freight Is handled. A heavy detail of pollco was sent to tho dbcKs, whoro thoy made II rlmri-n nn tl... virion.. ........ . . r .... ...w D.tinu.,, uniiiK bhOW a innn that vou bnvn Hnmn rn. hi. ... .. ..... . . nnd to estlmnto tho cost of straight-' gard for his good onldon nf m, f . ' ' B,"Kjrrt. responded cnlng and dyke.ng. that .stream. an ' ourrlendt . fe "fe tlon and elections although thoy havo was mndo this nftenioon to assassl- Homan Catholic churc.i aro In attend- so far been iinahlo to got uny ruling ato Vlco Admiral ChouUnln, commnn- uco nt tho third annual meeting of on mat point from tho comptroller of der of tho Hlack Son fleet. The ailinl- 'ho Catholic Kducatlonal association tho curroncy, undor whoso direction ml wns wounded nnd taken to the ' session here. Previous to begin- mo lunus must bo oxpoudod. hospital. nlug Its business sosslons this morn ing tho mombom of Mm nuunnlnir.... .... a.nuuts ut HUM I NING. MY3TERIOU3LY MURDERED. tendnd tl... rntnl.rniln.. . .... riintia n Tttia n,.n..i t nt..t Younn Ladv lnlurri 3nrf inhn um. Vm.n cu. e... "k u" "'""0 """'""n". """P ul7. " "-- - - -h- nortsmann oillclntlng. Tho mcctlng Durlng the 7 . v Z Z , . nMJ """" Wl" C,,U0 " " w' - w. ... , - ... .".in. nllltU lionlf . 1 1 .. p . tl.l. nf...r.,nn.. 11..1....1.... ..... ...... .. "DU" "'"cmwion oi an ..hm,,,,, nmun iiiu ..iiiiiiHiipuiin, j.uj n. I no UlOlllliy nhiiKOS nf nomlnnrv mil.. Hue on tho residence of John Hblfinun of the woman who was killed bv a i ," , L.0!"." 00,1080 ... .1 . . .. .. . . - m.i Jkliuui num. ii. ii..- ouiuimuHi pan or ine cuy, myiorioiis nfsaiiant wbllo sbo slept MinChlllK II llOWll anil Ii iiiIhl' ihlni-u I In n rnnm nt Mm imllnnl hntn. o I ......u... IIIILUI IIUIU . .... around at n llvnlv rntn. Mlu M,,,i vnsiiininv nu ,.0.i,iii..i ..ii. A0'nst immoral Posters, daughter of Rov. II. II. Watson, pas! as Miss MIIIlo Kllston. a milliner of Associated Press. tor of tho Methodist church chanced Klsworth, Wis., daughtor of a furmer. Chicago, III., July U, There waa a. to bo standing by tho water sink, nnd The man who registered at the hotel ,nrK0 a"o"lanco today at tho openInr was knocked Insensible for a fow mo- nn M. P. Wilson of Milwaukee was or tn0 leenth annual convention oC mcnts, hor Injuries, howovor, wore not scon running from the woman's room. 1,10 Associated Blllpostors nnd DU- serlous and sho soon rallied from tho The pollco wero unahlo to traco him. "'uutors. Tho gathering vrna called shock. All tho lights wore put out Robbory ws tho motive of tho murder to ordor at 10 o'clock In tho assembly of action by tho electric fluid, and It tho womnn had sold out her mllllnorj "al of tho Autdltorium hotel. Tho ai ls inaeeu lucky that further damago shop nt Kllsworth for $6,S00 and com. ur0S8 or ''resident Harney Link and did not result. hero upon business. No trace of the 1,10 reports o: various commltteea monev was fn.iml nn M... vnnno- &-nm I showed that durlntr Lno nnnl raun Lumner Falls at Chickasaw Yards. an who has always bomo a good repu- th(J association has made gratifying .u.hu miioum or uimoor ren at taiioi.. progress n Us warfare cn Immoral rtl.l ....... . i . . ... I I . . v.....nuou luiuoer yaru uuring tno postora and Immoral shown. On tha rain storm this nftornoon. Tho weight Ready for Duty. protest of tho nssoelntlnn .nvnmt n. or tno lumber wns too much for tho Associate"- rrcss. tlcularl- obecUonal melodramas or snou, tno rafters of which broke. Tho "s,r nay, jiuy it. i-iward lurid title and suggestlvo postors wero tianuiRo is ngnr. and tho shed can bo nr, nrresicu ror in- withdrawn from tho road during (he repaired lor ntiout $10. iun.-iuiuii umuj, iiuor caning up sag- seakon. amoro Hill on telophono and r.nnounc ..f....A. . .. . . i . ...... . . . """ nr.. uorii leauors anu ing uini no was reauv to tnKo chargo it wm.i.i i.a nBv n . if it- , uor ,OUowers mercor. oi uie presiuoni s secret servjeo force was as useful as the amnn.ior.