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Council Hill Eagle (Newspaper) - January 11, 1906, Council Hill, Oklahoma COUNCIL JANUARY 11, 1906. Another Field for There are so things suggested for the to An that It Is not they halt ini But nowhere among nil the objects tn vast range of American from marble medical to orchestral tnp great nause of Amer to It must be pretty low down to have 8t> singular an In all giving has anybody been known to aside anything fcr raising the level of cultivation the And is thin ng how fond of the the people are snrt how ranch money they spend In Roing to I ho Mr. Carnegie would that people must learn to read before pet the highest good of the which literature and the fine of. so moral a as Mr. who has never entered a would not wish to promote or even anything so manifestly tending to Boston CRIMINALS OP NOTE SOCIAL OUTLAWS WITH PROMINENT Not Oaring to Return to Men Who Wave Country's Laws Out Their Existence In Exile Charles whose shadowy extends from Cincinnati to Los would ' return to American shores If he But even the attraction of mishandling the United states malls his and be Is believed to be hero In who spent the better part of bis sixty years in and John Harkins are two other a few s co year terms in I s to relieving a I rler of in diamonds a le ' as a His record began In years ago lie In Plotting behind he sv stages to St. T - s. anJ I As a rolling store h ro- tl the maxim by e Ini jewels tc the value of Thomas O. i to naming tables and boss's exile to the day of Indicted he to where he resided for on his that some day the dice of turn favorably enable face toward his native land the Parcae were him to John taker of lives and was another notable member of f'je After a major offense he was committed to the NeW York whence net half a dozen Inmates have But this was cf ps victims of Ho had J to and a woman happened to be JuBt thi I to hlai In the 8twc wis to afi three a V. the so U test was to with 7 farces o' Is Arriving tie tie sartorial cams But It waa not the behind vvhom the trod doorway Sharkey managed to reach Havana oa a fading steamer Discovered tharo a few weeks later he moved on tot where his came to an abrupt NEW MONEY Will I revent Jan. first of the new of money orders bits been and who been en in money order bay will have a time working In the department feels tkat H will be impossible to aUor newf of and in puy ueat for he amply 1a the new atew one in im years U tint the order will be of the Kof calling for the payment or on the good for swindlers iu ing order have to arid by erasing tiie line the ioi in amount Coder mi order for 16 i cnta v I tor on mt: 'n a ib good for more Umn one int. pa ail that the orders are ready for and taut Blay a supply as boon aa their stock of the old orders it Other cf new orders are the on the order ot the of the the street of ce Already High Has Jumped Per Thousand 3.- Lumber has made a jump It wui now cost on an average of more per it have a This action is a result oi a meeting oi the of values of Southern i ol 61. Louis The sales nave 1 the new w ch met ive fhe tl litti to THE FARMERS Kc Made p at the salii tia tried and nf crime to say why tut to on a your do I It out i me lo more than i. beir s a and so 1 Tect I t. I've It a year lost at i as compared with tata n I. of the tM says the ia uo i papers in the prop er that in his general secretary Of gave as liis opin Ion that for tbo bent to aet as Mr. thinks on its merits tnd that it should lie upon a legal basin und not standpoint 11T. that he will peal the matter to Otto 8ump, starring as Early in Widow from the he played by of Council Hill will be a treat to those who performance from the West will be at Council Hill i should suj Ult a charming old Dont fall to meet the widow from ihc West when she comes to Council to be here the will be Old advice to his son to of the didn't our tae ing only a the affected to t Ration or w at the Tho at u extent oi an list carries but is s in ply oi d Over 16'JJ Subordinate Unions iu Indian and Oklahoma During the month of December up io dale 125 ait tin Lave been sent out worn Union to new locals over the cotton and twenty an now to ai D. 11..1;, s thai new Ji cals been are 1.1 Missouri and ' new unions ui unions aie not to have a it is that the whole number of ih 8,ot>7. They uio distn 1.nttd: m 3, and Indian Territories Arkansas 4,iHt, Ala Stati unions these Miss ouri Tennessee 93, South Carolina 63, North 10, 131, 3, Virginia 3, Oregon 1, Mexico 8, Florida 3 In the pastern part o f tho organization has been late begun and is spreading rapid of the locals has the member to more than 16u 5, 19o(j is tite time tor the meeting of the tive of executive committee of the a aimers Educational and Co-operative Union of America and two days later there will be a joint in with tne six members of the ive committee selected atA the Texarkana At this time tho - question of paramount importance is that of the status of the now or the of the Tex arkana selection whether the older sometimes called and improper it is tho will surrender at time the charter granting rights and the powers now exercised 1. 1.. jan. 3. - Today a party 01 will begin the search for toe body ot was lost in a large cave near a about six m iOS southwest ol tiie Matt Du. one of exploring the cave two the hat of it s believed ins body will not tar from the hat n a of this will toe and seen sa il tie to river that tumbles over tho sides of the cavern eise of Some time last summer the mayor of i is and while in tho lA Nebo an 1 under ground st ami reported it in the public giving details as to size ani g .ai 11 les distant from c .to 1 but many u stream HOWS i. A nil s 11od t h e Turner Fails oav 1 yesterday with two well Icn geologists and they ml tuts cave would probably prove most interesting janci wju become a Stato union Porter of the Creek left last night for the 0/ to look after affairs of j his at the v year thirty years the 909191099 Of at asked on the passage of this winter commit himself on any for Chinese from Indicate funi la a demand In fur when fully ex mi. Tney gave as their opinion tuat the body of Curtain would be if at all in a state of decomposition and could not dj for They advised that Polston and bury the body ih the which is believed to be a large running It has been suggested that Curtain may have wandered down into the stream and was If this llu his boiy will probably never bo 60 EXPERIENCE PATENTS AC A nHM * pti m H oa I * Co. m mil bant in Scientific four tL Bokl brail on equal footing with tho other State t a h Indian Inspector Wright been the of the interior not collections of tribal cattle Ui in the Choctaw and Chick asaw nations nor of the Crack tribal permit tax accruing after December 81,100 until further as the secretary the interior has to congress that such tribal taxes be after 81,'1005. cattle upon in the Creek and Cherokee u tax will be col: as heretofore and as provided with the Creeks and Cher ' vc people nay that they like a An tins were literally true hours would Ire spent One hour digging out a two hour i gnawing a hour waiting for a cat to down out half an hour ir get Io tho house and tl balance of on a ciat the cold Io an oi a water 622?26 5
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