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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1932 NUMBER 37 BIG TURKEY POOL Much of Meuane Devoted to1 Question of Taxation and Budget WOULDJUfBUOGET Recommendf of Half Bil-j lion and Tax; Silent On Prohibition ChriHtmas Market Pool in Coun- ty Mny Surpass luirlicr One in FIRST OF BUTTLE BY SMALL BUSTING THE BUSTER Future Attitude To- wards Question Matter of Uncertainty VOTE Change of Five Votes Would Have Carried Resolution To Repeal WASHINGTON. Dec. Indications now are for a Christmas turkey marketing pool In this county that will snrpni-s the bit TbankstlvliiK pool, when almost 2.00H turkeys were ills- of to the Creamery company of Giithrie. .More than l.'iOil turkeys have already been listed and the final: fltlire" Is expected lo to above I tin- mark. ______ Itlds are to received between WASHINGTON. D-r. December 7 and 10. and those Iii. A blanketing iminiifacinrers'salesi Of liamlllni: the pool are'Ily a martin so narrow la- vlrtitallv ev.-rythliii: 1 nendlim out notices and Inquiries chanm- or tiv ts' sales ta> .it a "uniform" bill i itiispecltled tale. are sonn-l of hi" t.ir-riiiou- proposals Hie hall Imdtel V.'M'-h lie t.-rrill llrcc-.. III "Illl- I- resulted conridetn In the ot C.l- fedetal e.oVi-1 Illlietit, witll ex- el nllve order.i In "-.vltliln n ft w days" for n-tioup- Illlk- lo the desitnaled place and bow a pool IB liamll'd. Tin- pool Is a sltht worth see-. hit when the turkeys are broutht In by watons, trucks, trailers and, buttles, until there an- hun- dreds or the bit birds In oil" enclosure. "Come and fee" will be the In- vitation the pool sponsors lo Ibe general public when the lurke.VH state their own shn-.v here soon. In lime to reach (he markctH for Christmas use. and i tin -l.ll that a votes would hav- the result, the house of representatives today defeated the Garner prohibition repeal resolu- tion. the vote WHS 272 In Its favor to lit atalnst. A two thirds vole was needed to approve the resolution, since it was for amendment of the con- stitution. I "Two thirds no! havlns voted tin resolullon Is lost." travely! announced Garner. once the j count was completed. Cheers from drys treeted Iilm.j while proponents of the proposal: evinced their dlsappolnlnn nt In! depressed expressions. Many "lame rcpresen-i talives defeated for re. lection.! opposed Hie resolution. The action by Hie lionse vir- tually spells the death ktn-11 for prohibition repeal In durlnt tin- short s er Garner Indicated that H would to over to the new democratic contress, which Is plodded In t'.ie platform. Nevertheless, the democratic badershlp plans to to ahead with Its protram to leaallzij beer for i WETS WILL FIGHT TO Early Vote on Repeal Reso- 'j Dr. S. Mend of Pennsylvania I University Approves Principal Feature lution Will Be Souijhl in Upper Chamber STILL HOPElOR BEER Believed Special Session Will Be Called If Win Now PHII.ADKI.PH1A. Dec. i Kdward S. Mead, professor i of corporation finance of lln1 j I'nlvcrslty of Pennsylvania, told the Kntlneers club today that "the voluntary allotment plan, j which represents Presldenl-elei t lioosevi It's Ideas of effective I farm relief, offers the best meth-j oil Immediately available to brill.: I the country out of the business! II OIL FIELDS McKeevcr Charges Wholesale Corruption in Enforce- ment of Proralion HEPSTSJ5UIRY Reported Much Oil Produced Illegally Throuj-h Bribery Methods WASHINGTON. 'I- '-I" I 'The senate today referred hack 1 in Judiciary eom-.iittee tin- .Glass resolution repeal mendment tiul ban atalnst the voluntary allotment I OKLAHOMA CITY. Deo. said Dr Mead "alms lo 1 Chartcs that the Oklahoma City restore farm prices at least lo the machine Is not eiinlliihly levels or Since that time 'operated, thai Hie system Is "rol- ot the ISth Mltntlnt n loiin. This had been probable vehicle for bltlon debate promised M-tiate. where both tin- can and democratic atieeil today that Ibe i he threshed Mittested an (hi Hie Income of American farmers, with the fall tu farm 'prlc.s, has declined mine than fmir billion dollars, and the husl- tills III that hrancli Mfi. fur cowboys at the rodeo and live ii-sslon. Speak-j Hen'- Mickey (I'.N.-ll. brone buster. tettlnu a cheerful wouldn't bust. little of the displeasure of a bronc that II SCO SCHOOLS certainly session. In lln- house. meanwhile. Chairman Collier opened the way for hcarlnts on a I.....r bill hy .sponsoring a measure allowint modification of Hie Volstead act. I lieferrint of the Glass resoln- jllnn to committee was tin- Hist i letlsiallvo action of tlie senate jthis session, and came al run- Illusion or the readinu of !deiil Hoover's annual messate. The senate tave unanimous consent to the moM- at tin- n- jiliiesl of Senator illass I after lie said In- had received assurance" Hie jinll- j clary commiltee would ulvo i "prompt attention" to the letis- llalion and report on II. arly prnhl- ness produced liy the of that four billion dollars. In Hi various channels Into which the farmer's money toes, has declin- ed by sev.ral times that amount. Kvcry industry and business In Ibe I'lilted States Is silfferlnt from the shrinkage of farm pur- chaslnt power. "The plan Is. In substance, first, the' levy of an excise tax upon the consumers of rood and other filrm products, a tax which will be paid. In the first In lo Hie core." that there Is wldesptcad corruption and flat- rant violation of prorailon rules broutht leiiuesis from attorneys for Immunity lot- violators or for elimination of Ibe present system before the state corporation com- mission today In Its Investigation of oil conditions. Horace Mclxeever. rtllorney for the Champlln Iteflnlnt company, demanded thai an Impartial hear- Inu be held and that other attor- neys not seek to Intimidate wit- nesses Into tlvlnu evidence as to violations of their own or other companies. "H ibis commUsloii will lo by flour millers, me.it j the producers that II will train packers, and cotton and lobacc-> i Immunity or pass violations I manufacturers. This tax Hi.-1 tuaranteo you that out of loo manufacturers will shift lo Hie of the violators will come In here consumer by advancing his prices, i and show their hands." he said. so that tin-'tax will appear as know that HUT Increased cost of llvint. Second. Hie proceeds of this lax will be paid lo tin1 farmer, on condition that be reduces planted act-cut" of wheat, corn. tobacco, cotton ducts, and the lire-dint slock. and other pro- number of 111-" Those farmers i have been vio- lations and still are but I can't to on tlie stand and prove II." "'I'll.' temptation onl there Is si> treat that anybody can run 10.- IMIO barrels of oil every nlthl If he will pay out .1 or HI cents a barrel to the emplovees. The lid shollldirt be blown off. for I Will Fill Vacancies in Pun tciloc and Other Counties; Would Kcflislrict State OKLAHOMA CITY. Her. Abolition of district jlldueshlps out of ill Inclndlni; one al Tnlsa and three Whose Jlldtes have I.....U elerled lo the Mlpleme court, will be asked l-i and run'olldatlnt more Iliatij :.o r.-dei.ii d. pan.....t tmeiiM and .'lirles. i'..it I 1 pei out slash In j l.-ial -.alatles. tilth .ii t l.onn In addllloii to Hie III S 1 I ed'li il'll innlel Hie fill I'.null s> j-lelll. K. dnelion- III iipiiioprialioiis ll'nl l Ih.ise lot I lie preseltl !i--- i-.il ve.it or ibis Iii Iii iiflsct ill pail by Inrieases ill "Illll ollltollable Hems" ol MI.onn.olio Illartlr Whlilllnt down ol pe'idltntc4 ror pnbllr woi Us from of ceiialn niinam- lo veleliltls nil-Ill- Idele.l leti-l.llll.ll.' after already adopled liy saM-d Ibe ni-xl llou They Volt WASHINGTON. Dec. -i.P) Hen's how th" parlle..; lined up 'on the votes rejectlllt re- 'p.-al: I'or repeal; Democrats _________________1''s (republicans i I'arm.-r-labor _____________ At.ilnr-l repeal: It Uepubllcans ----------------------loo p I 1 I I'III' T, I'.ial ll.lll "111111011111. l-llllllt f I "III i.lent-. it. -eon- pre-.ld' llle.isill e deVOIed a full section of lo i i Iticl-m ol t 'n- b.inklnt sy-t. He "v. li'e.pre.ul ..a.ii.in. '-I' m.lional m-ce-tsliv ai-d t t tor nil Hi a b.- -.lid. l.-nliuit has failed I" nn-ei ,11 elllci telicy. "It can In- said wll hunt ion or doubt Ibal HIM and ill.lie.s have heel) tfeallv ant- ineiil.il liy Its whollt lls Inability as a (en lo respond lo our needs ii loilai a constant drain upon! pintle-, i recovery." Mi. HIIIIMT explained thai In' did not lefer lo Individual banks i bill to a which I in "Its In-l.iMMM Is .1.1 ell. idle ll.'liter- III Olir ecolllllllic systi'tll Allboutti specific r.-ftitms w lint naiin-d In the message, plesldetil pointed out that lailhods hate been exh.nistlv inilned and .-aid thai he leason IIIMI ith> solution 'timid not be lounil at the pies- i nt of the rontress." Win us liiflallon lie warned, however, that "lu- ll, illoti of the currency or col.duel of sHiiuld nut have a pail In these I n forms. I The Mr. Hoover j slid, should exercise care not to. become a participant In economic! It-ill social life except In finer- Reticles because hy so diiint it; liecnmes "a i-iiinpi-tltor lor tin1 people." I "As n be said. "It becomes al once a tyranny In j whatever direction It m.iy toucli.J We have around us nutueroiH Mich experiences, no one of which ran be found to have Justified Itself except In cases where the people as a whole have met forces beyond their control, such as the ureiit war nnd this creat depression, where the full pow- ers of Hie federal tovernment must be exerted lo protect Un- people, lint even these must lie limited to an emergency sense ami must be promptly ended when these dangers are over- come." Tiirnlnu to the field of lnler; national relations. HIP president Contlniiiil on l'nui> n. No. y Covernor letlslaturc. The governor announced today In- will not appoint a sucn-ssor lo succeed Distilrl .Iiidte Owen Owen or Ttil-a Mho died Saturday but woiild Hie "Mice vacant. Likewise, h. will make n-i ap- pointments he said. to replace Wayne llayl'-ss of Clan-more. Ore-l Mushy or Ada. and Karl Welch ol i Antlers, who will become hiipr rourl Justices next month. In addition, be will that idxteell other Jlldl.'esblps be Isheil as well as superior coiiils, In anil Okinnltecj counties. The superior courts In I Seiiiitnde and Garllelil counties. will be continued. _______ Conn n-porter posts lor I'1'-1 Invited to Visit Displays iiillll' also would be eliminated. Should the It-ulslatnrc (all loj rollou hi; recommendation, the said he would entone wishes b> vetoint appropriations j for the unices. The boys and ulrb- In the I'rls- N. M.. Dec. school have many Interesting 7. i.P Ten nn-ii w-n- i.ilb'd attractive Hiints, within their dav In all explosion In tin- rooms, lo look at other than Cerrllbis Coal company'.! 'Hi.-ir so-called "dry books." mine ut Madrid, in miles .....th! corner of the hluhor of In-re. said a statement I--sued trade loom, the pupils have ar- Hiis afternoon h-. ......ipany nl (i- ranm-d an alt raetive reading table clals. which are found an jlre.isllte lioll-e of Interest III U' liookb-ts. bulletins. pamphlets. current and oilier periodicals which furnish liie-.n with a wetillh of lea ill tit ma- terial diirini: (heir span- time. A tniscroscope occnple-' its place mom and but Is and pro- Ihe Of liircis For Rest Week lit He asset ted the move Would save taxpayers annually. The KOVCIUOI expressed the oplll- j loii that Ibree of Tnlsa's common pleas courts should be abollsbed. He said be would ask the letlMa- ture to ledlstrlct the state, p bably elimliiatlni; are (wo Jndt. less' district." In enotith. Then- kotee county; alleinate ills- said. aie three one Is Ill "One is In Mus- plenly. Jiulcp I'rank .Matthews or Alms i Some entries came III this mornlnt for the twentieth annual winter poultry show sponsored by the Ponlotoc. County Poultry association, and more were ex peeled Ibis nftornonn. Karly en- tries were of Bond nuality anil when all of the birds are In the competition for premiums will be keen as breeders pit tln-lr finest atalnst ach other. Jndtint will hi'Bln nt in o'clock Thursday morning, after eltht or nine bavi entries have been closed an hour coveied and that at b earlier. mien, many of them 1 The show, which nprnril Ibis dead, were N. M.. n- l.l'i An explosion In I lie .Vo; coal mine, at Madiid. N. M. miles north of here, ratin-d d to a number of miners, early esti- maies raiitint from In vo. All available ambnlan inenl and physicians wen- rushed from The company's office at reporter! i-lit or nine" initielS Were killed. IPlotfii-ill reports pl.iced III" number 1 l-h as ninety. Psisseimcrs on a train at Domlnto. who said the-, In Madrid this iiioriiint lob! tie- Associated Press they under-! I about 7" mi n killed. Company official- said Iliev were not c.-itain how many wer" at work at the time oT tin- explosion occurred and t" make an tho-e millar with mlnlir- op. r.-.tlon: al Madrlil i.'ld cu. rilj a'.ont KKI men are employed. -phone call rtiim Domin.-.'i, about miles from tin mine. the Associated I'r- -s from one the tta'.n pa .sender- lndlc.it ,-d n l.- maklnt It III saloons, 'its sal.- In hoi rants. I 11 also would provide for lection of dry stales Mom 'Invasion of from wet com- monwealths. Speaker Garner said today he was "satisfied with bis action" In forclnt a vole on prohibition repeal on the tlrst day of ront- ress. "If had lo do It over atnln." 'be said at bis press conlei i-nee. will have In addition a hluher' price for each bushel of Ills n-- dilced crop, cause the total i wheat acreate will be reduced, l1 At present. wheat Is selling around II cents In Chlcato. Tin' I farm value Is not ovnr cent.'.1! McKeever's assertions came af- er lioy Hughes, commission mem- ber, had declared some steps should be taken Immediately In determine the Oklahoma market demand so that Texas and oilier stales would not continue to "ho-4 liy Hi- voluntary allotment .thi) price xvoiild be advanced to' .Mi cents, Hie Chlcato price plus times Xlnkes Slnteiiienl (he tariff above this foreltn i 'imports would check the rise. In S.imin-l W. Haves, special allor- addiilon. the wheat trmver will in'.v for prorailon ileparliiifiil ri reive -in cents per bushel froaijnnil who has I.....n handllm: the the tovernment. ulvitit him a lo-! Investltatlon. as-ertoil that lal prl.....if si has three counties In he told me title jlllltl seven counties." bis district; could sent- Dec. 7 priatlnn for tuornln-. will continue Saturday. This year the inrk--y division Is expected to rival 111-' chicken department In seneral Interest. Thtire will also be a junior department. The general public Is Invlte.l lo visit the show In the Coffiiiaii liulliHne on Kast Main and In- spect the fine displays of rholo.' Ponlotoc county birds. liev .d Inside. re-t v.-o the mine siM d to b in another part of Hit all invitation to each child lo u.-l liis daily h ssotis well prepar- ed ami lo com" and see a bit of the microscopic world. As nil aid in the piacll......f art, posters have been ordiicd free. thtour.h Hie courtesy of the I.lster- eiie company. P.ooklels. contaln- stories and pictures to be col- Oted. have b'.'ll leeched free Ihtoiith the i.....rtesy of the IJuak- er nats i.....ipatiy. These liooklets ami posters have been painted and roliued and attractively attant.-d about the room. The 1'iisco hoys and ulrls claim the honur of bavtiii: the largest collection of flee materials of any. elemeiilary school in Ibis section of the stale. To this collection; the pupils have furthered their1 practice In the writini; of business; letters, and have written to such concerns as: The M.-tropolltan I Lit.- Ins.. Co., Tin- Company, Tin I'liited I'riilt Company. The would do It the 'wanted to carry out the people as expr. polls Nov. s." Garner attributed defeat ol Hi' 'resolution to "lame duck" mem hers. "The Immediate effect." h said, "will In- to speed ratllica-'- c.. r- Minn of the constitutional amend- County Officials to iMnte Lnpi nn-nl .-llmlnatlnt the latin- duel PROTESTS TQ TT fore tol Tiiniiirriiw For Levy Decision HOI'STON. T-x., Dec. '.I'' Mis. .Nellie Hon-'lon llrlnthutsl. daughter "f General Sam Hous- ton, died In San Antonio today from automohil at'cidenl Injur- ies. Sin- was SO V'.irs old. She was tlie fifth born in a i line of eltht children, of whom A Jl.oiKi.noo appropriation innnlui: Ibe farm hoard diirln- S I U I r the next fiscal year was rerom- U I n I U fire prev -frniii peti mediat.-lv. Warren mine left !-.n- medl.it. ly ;i'ter tin- i eport reived here and planned t" aid in -tin- rescue work and t" make an ;imestt-ation. lit'ports here said tin- explosion 'was apparently caused by th Unltlon of tas. Madrid Is a settlement In mountains north of soft T'n- coal mended to contress today In th" pr> sldent's annual budtet mes- sate. This represents an Increase of over the present year. The larter amount was advocat- ed "lo ellm'lnate the necessity for administrative furlonths." If the full million Is approvel by rcineress. farm board officials said, a number of employes w'ni had been dismissed or fnrloutbe'l would be return.d to Hie payroll. Durlni; the current year the staff ri PHT Aibuiineniue and H r il irHil Cerrlllns coal company. The min- LLLU I mile from M i- four were suns and four daugh- ters. H'-r motln-r. prior to In-r marrlute to General Houston, was Martaret She married Major William L. Itrlntbnrst. a prolessor at tin- Texas A. and M. collet.-, at Hie governor's mansion in Austin. IVhriiary ;s, -Ini; then away In marrlate by Governor Ilubb.ud, a close frb-nd or her valuable furnishes family. Major p.rlnthursl died som.-tlilni: wiirtbwblle within tlini-" year.-, ato nnd llrlnt- four walls of tin- school room for I hurst and In-r daiitht.-r niov.-il a child to to to .school for- some-j to San Antonio. and various other places i fhroiithoul the S. including the nf commerce in tin- dif- t. lent cities and tin; different cab-i imt departments In Wasblntton D. c. This complete collection, tnireth- er -Ail :i a raielnlly M-l.-rteil lltirary tilled with a store bouse or liter-1 art. bistoiy. atricultute. t. otraphy. and numerous oilier thine to look forward to each and ev> I day. C. elect. State sixth annnunccm the recent election the organization. i drld. There a; facilities In the no l.-l- pboti" lialley of Ada has been I In the town and tills I director of the Oklahoma j reports from beint con- Poultry Federation for tin-: Immediately, district, according to an I Company officials said the nl of Hi- result? iiad been closed and tlrit of officers liy IU reopened only this mornlnf. j They paid tin- normal number HELD mm OP FOIS s A metn'.i.-r of lof tin- irepnbllc jtook active part work p.-rtalnint j i.-volution, unn-nt to at mi.inn Other ofrirers are as follows: of miners was not on duty. They President. K. K. lluck. they did not believe more Hit. DaiiKli of eh" I In all patriotic; lo tin- iiuv.-lled Hn- mon- li-T father, which, Hit- entrance to tln-i ri. In Houston, In; I Several c'Hii'ly oftlclals will 'to in (Iklabnma city early Wed- nesday tor preliminary conrer- i.-nces on prod-sis ol county, township and school district lax 'levies; which an- scheduled to come belore th" slate colllt of lax review Thursday. Protests have Hied hy tin- Oklahoma Pipeline company. Frisco railroad. Ix. O. G. tall- road, o. c. A. A. railroad and Simla railroad. Tin- iil-tlay protest pi 1'iMilotoe roiinly levies about a week ato nnd Ho- In-ar- was set hy I IIP lax court. i l-'ri-liuelllly levy dllfel etices twe.-n and proteslini; companies at.- Ironed out or com- promised liefnre Ih.-y to Illlo the nnirt. In oiln-r raxes tin- rourl makes Hi.- derisions. After the protests have I.....n M-tt.-M by atreeiin-nt or rourl decision, tin- tax assessor can lie- till lo r I'-lire the amount of ad tax dm- atalnst each bit i of properly. When Ibis has b.-.-n 'completed and the honks turned 'over In the office of tin- rollecilon of taxes call b.-tln. Sin- was and wrote both Nettb a poet of some note under the name or Houston and Nettl" In j Thompson. Sllllwater; secretary i L. II. Hltzhaupt. Gnlbrle. approprlatlnn 1( McKnltht. Tulsa; election rnmmlssloner. H. K. Ilotts. Vlnltn: director district Charles C. Ward. C.nthrle. No. I. H. II. Hossan. Mnskouee. No. v Alva savre. has been curtailed from 3T.O :ilr. employe-i. A xvns made for Ibe hoard last July for wheat and cotton which wan distributed to the needy. No amount for this purpose was innmemled for year. Tint liudKft dealt only with administrative A total _ of silOO.ooo.ooo already has Inenj made nvallahlp to thi> board as i a revolvlnc fund for nlil to co- operative associations, MIAMI. horse ers are InstallliiK electrical inn-'1" wl" sic devices In their stables atj'1 Hlaleah park to ijulet Hie thor- J- innhbrcils' nerves. They figure the music will stop the horses from fretllnt In their stalls al if l f i t City; vice president. H. II. than ten miners wer- killed an.l Pioneer I'ln-lclim Dead OKLAHOMA CITY. Pec. W. .Morfett. ''.4. neer Oklahoma that none was trapped. The mine Is In hilly country stiiddled with plnnns. Access to the town from Albuiitn-rinie Is over a round-about road that at present Is In poor condition.' COOK AIM'OIVTKD SI'KCIAL A ne-ro name on me and wrote under the name nt Okla.. Dec. i.T) complaint w..s tlv.-n as l-'rlr hoth'Nettle Houston nnd robbers kidnaped two em- Kia-ier on bis lets marks j Houston Ilrinthurst. One of In-r and one ciislomer and es- of idi-ntili'-atlon which may volumes was published. 'raped with from the Hank u-.d in pu-hint cliatt.-s or lar-j Survlvlnc are a dauthler. Mrs.} Of Cyril today. c.-iiy of donn sllr fowls from tilt'i Settle Mush, and a Tlie robbers, after InotlnK the' h.-Ti hon-e of I'rank Harper "tjter. Martar.-t Mush, both of San cash till and vault of rolns and! Stonewall Friday nlirlit. Antonio; u lirotln-r. Col. Andrew! currency, lied with L. W. Gelst, Harper is said to have heard aljncksnn Houston, of ami assistant cashier; Homer .Me-' confessed their violations, but disiiirbint noise in the hen houseja niiinliHr of nl.-ce-. and nephews. bookkeeper, and I'. A.'WI. know they are not Koine to do Walker. a farmer. (this." Three other customers, all I At noon attorneys were attempt- i of in.....mipaiiles In the field bav- lived up lo proiatlon and have It lo the limit, only lo he rohhed by who have violated rules of the commission, "ir we an- toluu to permit Ibis Haul.ml violation of tin- rules then I say wipe out the orders." Hays asserted. "Kvery law violat- or justifies bis acts In his own ronsclence. but Ibis Is no to rontlnue to violate the law. "If Ibis ronimlsslon admits that ,11 Is unable lo i-nrorri) the law. then It must rhatite lls system; we an- to permit these violations at Hie rost of those who have sup- ported Hie law, then we must seek a remedy." "Slnre we started rase I have had siittestlons that put every opeiator In the field under suspicion. I haven't been-able to sift then, down to prove any of them, but I do know that rontl- denre In all operators Is b.-lnu wrecked, and that a strlntent rem- edy Is i.....ded nl this lime. That Is what we an- M-eklnt to find and we i......1 the In-lp of every pro- rlod ror diic.-r In the field." expired lluthes hald that be talked with an operator Tuesday nlcht who had a larte Investnienl In the field was unable lo make a return on his profits. he ron- Irart.-d to sell barrels of oil for rents a barrel. McKi-.-v.-r Ibeii painted tin- plltbt or a produn-r who had ad- mitted lo him sale of lilt-tally pro- duced ;i very low' price III survive. "That Is the con.ntlon here b" roiiiiii-'iitt'tl. "Many of Ihese men have their backs In .the wall and they seek the law of self-preservation to clothe them. Proration has reached the rarke- tcerlnt: point In some states and unless these men ran pron-eil wllh state which seeks to protect I them and rt-tulale them we will have that condition." Irninn Paul Walker told .Mr- thai bis alletallons prob- ably are true, but that clmrues of corruption and other criminal al- IctrallniiH would have to be taker In-fore ,1 urn nil Jurv." "Th" Kiillty should lie proKernt- ed and we want to that done." he roiitlnned. "Hnxvever. don't want to do an Injustice throiith this commli'slon. All "f us would IIP belter off If the utility came III physician ami died here last hurled Wednesday al Harper. Kan. TWO sisters. Mrs. Lynn and Mrs. II. S. Mc- Kee. live In Kansas City. Moffett. an practiced medicine In Ardmore for 10 years before movlni; to Oklahoma City. OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec. T L. Cook, of Atoka appointees hy Gor. Murray as a special supremo court justice In the mitt In which Hush A. I.edbettpr of Ardmore. Is s'ek- Inc reinstatement to the bar In Oklahoma. to have found an Intruder there. Harper firvd bis slintzitn lat Hi.- invader and today Prasler Ix In jail rcroverlni: from painful but not danterous wounds. Kr.enniii D'-.iton. wanted In 'Ibis comity to answer charges or Ir.irtlary of some bouses at Hoff several, weeks ato. was arrested Oklahoma City about IVate HI Any 'farmers, were forced tn llu on to reach a decision as In how uhn Thuyjmiich tiion- t'Vlilence will hi- In- olden wed-1, u. T carter. Ralph Matlock trodnct-d so that a rwns may lie Justice J. Clark 'o'clock this mornlnt. accordlns Lfdbetter was disbarred tl, sheriff L. K. r'ranklln. as an ontcrowlh of slven In testimony Owens contempt case. the O. O. Greatest returns for the, amount jlnveVteil News' ClaBslflcd Ails. 'and Juan llastardo. A citizens' posse, traveling In I.KKK. son. ct-lebrallnc his s din- anniversary, sale! that ke Ing peace In the family has b> ......_ no problem at stays home pressed closely nlchts. 'after the robber car for 50 ymrs IIP has stayed Cyril on home evury nlcht except OIIH. "On ;77_ that nlsht I sat up with a sick I Cyril In In Caddo county, friend." He's never1 seen the sea or a an It U. 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