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.,. -4- V .... IBorning Baai& and Pilot FOURIthNTH VKAH HRYAN, TKXAi, THURSDAY .vlOJLMJ, MAiiCH !.. i) NUMBER M JUST RECEIVED RED The CLOUJKHEESE Finest UrfiCream Cheese Howell &l Newton Grocers and CoRee Roatters Phunr. 2 i l EE3 TOBAYEi vne take pleasure will have for your inspection the latest styles in millinery, Imported models, Pari sian Patterns designed by celebrated ar tists. Beautiful line of tailored hats as well as creations of our own work room. You are Most Cordially Invited to be Present "Y 1 'V '"o-vj $XMtofr43 St J' Spring Opening on above UNDER MARTIAL LAW. ; Death List at and Near Brinklef ( Put at Forty-Two. Hrltiklr. Ark.. March ;0 Twenty, j nine (M-nuni d-d and evnty four Injured U the Iti inkl-y casualty lilt j as the fault of the tornado. Governor Itouagbey, who arrived from Little fln k. declared martial law and placed th n'tiiatlMi H tfce the sheriff All of the dead and In jured wi-r ptoperly tared for aud lit rc fori 'h if men am a I uu . . lug away tin. wreckage. One. hundred convicts from the x nll'iitlarv wet brought in avj.t In the work. ("' m announcing our eiM have .1ii.m-,i a determination I to rehullj the town at once Meetings w-re b-Id at Little Rork. Mtiipni. Ileiet, and other cities, for the puritoee of raising money and up- pit tor in fj-Htini' 1 he atortn whirh wrought s'irn bav- at Hrlitkley a'Mtaren'ly filtered the atate from the uibwe.t aid swept over elecen c.iint.!H to the northeast - ...- I . .... I w.i....i- oi mintwey inirieeti persons were Kinea and rorty nig Injured, eral of whom may n t recover. Oropi Dead Working. Who. March 1'1-K. W. Simpson fell dead while working In the sub urb He lavt a widow aad nine hlldren. day. We 1 r. I I A of all nltb i Real l-.t.r-" I T7 I Ctty National .Are antoii" ne 4 fl I larif Rcil r.!atJ vji0r. ommanity aid the r Roal KstaffiMl.!!!! ar." an ' Ad J:tioiia! cujracrec of th. Safety 't vour i)i;ovt in :h. ba:ic. The City (I. S. I'ARKkK. lrts:J,-n:. K. H. ASTIN. Vive P.-. A. V. VII.KKRON. K. W. CRKNHAU. C'ahier. Ast. Cahier. J. N. CCM.L J. K. PARKER. J. W. F.NGI.IiH SIX VICT1M8JF WIND. Dozen Businesa Houses Demot Uhed Alao. CUTHBERT, GA.4 STRICKEN Number af Ptraona Attending a Ra ytval Matting in Church Soma Oia Unea Rtturn Horn to Find Thair Retideneta Randtred Unmhab'tabia Cuthbert. Ua.. March lu Half a dtuen necroea were killed here by a tornado and a dozen bualnena build inca aluoHt totally destroyed The toniado alitu tore of (oruera and made fan i a -tic mutilatioiiK on many build Several white iieiaona were In jured, but. ao far at known nrne ae riouhly A r-vlval nietlrg waa in pronTi durltiK th tort:ali. which pn.-d l nn- dlnlarn i from ihe ( hun h. 1 ii'upan! mi-t'Jk the storm mar f.ir ! t!iu::ic-r and remained in tl.e rhun-h !hro'!k'bii1it tl.e (..l.-iace of th 'tatst'-r." Later :n.u wothli.pei v."e;u home t!Uili (lf"in t-k'e, to f.nd th- Ir re d-;;. i r tin oi iti.-:r friend liiiinha''. .!..! . !t!i ten. I tlieie a limit.. a4 ; . ;.;.t. rtio-t a ( on. pK'i i hs li wnv ni'', 'i! ter had taken it apart luted ly luird Th." nr' at-'t part of tL - d-.-tni ti..u a (intiii. to the tn R-o quarters Tl.e total !u- pntiiaMy rea b IliHi.mhi. t-iiih'ett his ;..Vmj iiiJiabi taut. HALF IS SOLD. Fifty Per Cent of the Output It In Tankt at Tulaa. Tulna. ttkla. March !. With two reftaeriea In thia city, whlrh will atMtn be In operatiou. aud with the Rli hard eon refinery at Sjpulpa and the Ok-luulg-e and Muskoaee refineries do ing their part. Oklahoma oil producers hae come to the conclunlon that the Teflneriea are aoun to berime an im portant fattor In aolvlug the problem ot oxrptoductloa In the Oklahoma oil rields. The dally production here In now In excea of l'o.i).M barrel. Of thla. at present but little over half la being marketed. the remainder ruing Into .aiika. Forty million barrels of oil are standing in stork In the Okla homa oil fit-Ms at pre.ent. chile at. most every week new pitol of oil are b-'lng discovered,. Husband Haa Preacher Arrested. Atlanta. March in ltv. Ctitrles Wolfrstu. ordalnd as a minister of the Holiness faith, was arrested :harged with alienating the affecilonr ot Mrs. M P. I ksrt. Complaint wa made by Mrs. l.ixkhart's husband. SPECIAL FOR Your March Oritn CORNED BT7F IRISH POTATOES SWEET POTATOES CABBCAE SPINACH CCLCRY TURNIPS TOMATOES LETTUCE : I er. aT r r National a AMERICAN JAP ALLIANCE. Daughter of Episcopal Mlrtleter and Son of Late Aoki to Wed. San Francfeco, March 10. The en (aaement of Mla Helen Gladys Emery, daughter of Rev. John A. Bia ery, archdeacon of the. Eplacopal df ree of California, to Cungrlo Aokl. son of the late General Aokl of Japan, ha been announced Both Mlu Bm ery and hla mother admit the eacae meot, but they refuae to give tke date of the wedding, which muat take placo outnlde this state, where the marrla of orient ala and Cauraalana Is forbid den Aokl lu a member of one of the moat dlatlngtilahed Jspaneae famlltea and la aald to be a relative of Vlsoount Aokl. who represented his country at Waahlngtnn. lie la a brother of Rev C. Aokl. who hen charge of the Bpla copal Jap:iie minion In this city. Through the efforta of the latW Ouncrt Aokl was taken Into the coun try home of Kmery'a at Corte Ma dura to learn Chrttttlanlty and It waa there h met Ml Kmery. Th prospective bridegroom l en gaK"'l in the lomml.iKton busineja. RACE RIOT RACES. Rutalint and Armeniana Fiercely Fight Upon Neutral Soil. Lets AneeW. Manh !. A Rnnsian Arnieniati rare war Im J.os Ang"lej litftke out and resulted in a pitched battle, partli Ipate.J In !) n!:'it f tt n.eti and women of the two ra-e neat th" Salt l.a!;e City talla d-'itot. On Armenian may di- and two other ar In a hospital, while i-evral KH-iii er. badiy unej up epter V.e:a n wan hit on the heaj by a brick and his skull frartuied The feud has been In an arute state for two weeks and flhtj have been ocrurrlngs nightly. The Armenian claim that the Humlati ate always ta agresors. The fight was precipiUte-1 when a number of the Aimenlan wen en their way ta th- station to bid food bye to several fellow country men who were returning to Europe The RussUna attacked the proceaAtau and a fight followed The Armenians were outnumbered aud baJly worsted FIVE DROWN. Heaviest Rain at Montgomery For the Paat Twenty Year. Montgomery. Ala.. March Id. F1v persons drowned Wednesday la the. Alabama river hre owing to the rising waters. whirh followed Tuesday night a storm. Three whites and a n gro drowned from the ferry and Wil liam Dlllard. a boy. while playing nar the river bunk, fell in and wa drowned. The rain waa the heaviest here In twenty years. Not Guilty, Inetruction to Jury. Ctilcago. March M Judge Aader on decide to instruct the Jury in la Standard Oil company cae to fiad the company not guilty. THIS MONTH Will he Appreciated FRESH VEGETABLES CHIPPED BEEF plum runnirrL B R 0 1 L EJlSTfeTER E L KtJMfrZL HERRING E.MCH SARDINES IN OLIVE OIL NEW CATCH BC3TON MAC KEREL ETC Itrrrtlumg gmJ (e ttt, af t4 fotwil fricti fMtFttt aVaWty ftaasaf trmc C. E. BULLOCK & CO.