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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XXXII THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1932 NUMBER 40 LEftDERu TRY TO LEf! aifiiTfX To Seek Other Possible Sources Of Revenue Before Turn- lo Sales ECONOMY WATCHWORD Effort Made to Lop Half- Billion From Appropri- ation Bills WASHINGTON. I lee. 2S '.I'1 Means of balancing tin- federal budget wllho.il resorting to tin- sales lax weie sought anew today Hi" ilenincrallc leadership in rnngri'SS. Ciuphasbi wax placid on i-cnn- nmy In appropi lailng government funds. I x d expendlt un-.i iinioiinllng lo more than a hit linn dollars annually cal.....ind-'i closer scrutiny. The drlvi- to legalize mid tax hc'-i Innk mi added xlienrlh Tln-se detelnpmeiils fnllowed word finm Alhiiny that Prosldont- elecl was "horrified" In published reports that he had endnixcil Ihe yeneral maiiufiictn- ers sales lax as a budget bal- ancer. Prexlnnsly house ilemncrallc leaders had said that they would approve such a If necessary lo bring Ihe gnvornnn-nl's Income loin line with expenditures. Itnl when Speaker Garner wan In formed of Mr. Itnosevelt'x tilde, hi- xald Dial "kills the sales lax for Ibis Carrying nn iiulck passage nf tin- major ap- propriation I.Ills, the house today continued consideration of the Prolonged Campnixn clniriii Makes Many Necessary Man- TOKYO. 2S 1.11 Plans In holster Japan's inllllary strength In Manchuria wen- 1111- liotinc'Ml liiilay by tin- war office, llaxlc changes In Ihi' nation's entile military establishment ami Its ailiiilnlHlratliin a No wen- in I In- effected. .Modernization i.f arms ami equipment and the j I raining at Irani IOII.IIIMI of- i fleers anil iiirn In llu-lr MHO were Important phases "f tin- reform plan. It watt announced Iliat. al- though tin- iiuinhi-r of mills' WOlllll III- Illlt Illlll' Increased. (Ill- iinallly of 'if Japan's forri-H In .Manchuria would In-1 greatly Improved. Mori- es, heavy KHUN ami mnliir-j niillH anil Improved FE SEEKS Petitions For Permit to Junk Road From Ada to Lchigh, Byars to Purcell WASHINGTON. Dec. 27.--'.T> Pi-rnils-dun tn abandon ill miles of railroad In Oklahoma wax asked of the Inli rstute commerce commission today In an applica- tion filed by tli- Alchl-on. To liekii K Santa I'e and tin- Oklahoma road Tin- line In two one runs finm i nkla.. In Aila j in 1'nntnlnc coiinly. ii of Kallniail Co., Central Kall- sections, ill Coil I junction distance mill-s. ai.l Ihe nther from liya.-x Jinn-linn In McCliiln conn- IV. In 1'iircell In Hie same conn Iy. a distance of 21 miles. application the seg- of line an1 nn lunger needed, that they are operating ill a loss iind that then- Is mi pioiprcl nf ilcvelophm liu.llllesx eiioiiuh iii Ihe future to warrant rnnlinin d nperallnii. appllcatloi oils of cniiimunicallnn would be prni hied. l-'or this purpose, tin1 forces re- maining In Japan proper would ________ lie reduced as much as possible. I'linds needed for the readjust-! OKLAHOMA CITV, mi-lit were Included In the army's i.l'i A beiiring on tin I I >en budget fnr nf the Simla IV rallrniid In ahnn- I iinnnunceil Nou-mher Its lines between I'nrcell and (This Is about I.OIIO.onn I. jllyars anil between Ada .lum-lion Tin- war office statement siil'l. i l.ehlgh probably "ill be In although tin- empire was In lln1 Oklahoma City. K. I. Thompson, throes of a world deprcsslnn. the railioad division of lln-ror- fnrlher postponement nf army commission, said Unlay, readjustment wan Impossible "In i Abandonment of the two bran- view of Ihe prem-r.t crisis." iehcit. the tlrst miles long and principally by about II miles long. nf Ihe army fnr another i branch In ope ration yar's campaign In .Manchuria. ;ronnectlng with Ihe line through xslon Japani'se of Ishawnee. iiie c-iinp-ilrn for i (about JI70.1 a separate hearing be- has already been approved (ll......rpiirnllnn commission by the cabinet and will conn- necessary was not known fore parliament when It reaxsem-; Tlioiiipxon said the iSEHIES OF LIKES OKLAHOMA CITV. Der. 2S for 1.000 men wilt FOB BlRTLEStLE Ht-xldi-iU.i of 2S Ilartlexvllle assured today with the award-land Washington county will bo Ing of contracts by the state I provided with free fishing lakes highway commission as part of built with funds from the recon- the federal aid road structlon corporation, provided program. i Governor Murray approves the Slxtee.ii projects lii cost ap-1 project. The proposed plan would proxlmately Including furnish labor for the county un- tlii! controverted Wellston gap employed under the direction of paving on C. S. KG In Lincoln John Horsley who Is In charRu of county, were bid upon yesterday, i the made work program. All except the Wellston gap con-, C. K. Ittirllngatue. oil and gas tract, which must be held up at man has volunteered his least ten days to allow plaintiffs In securing sufficient funds for for nn Injunction to file an ap-llln- purchase of land, apprnxlma plication for a superscdeas bond tely I.IH'O acres for the lake, pro will he awarded today. i vlded Governor Murray approved S. tin- apparent low bidder nn miles of pavement at Well- fishing resort self pi ston, ill Way. of Walli seemed low on tin ivlil .Maxey nT Piiriuil was the location anil provides the la- low Indder on the hnr. It Is planned tit make I In' xuslalnlllK 'iy Ledford ill J2S four bridge: iind the sale of cabin sites, camping hunting fees along with Hie i on sab- of hoarding iind concessions. i Two locations an- being con- Ixldered, one on llo-shooler creek and another on Iluller creek. i PRESENT SEEKS Vacation Fleet Moves South- ward. Fishing Still With- out Result Hy JOHN T. CHKSTEU WITH 1'UESIUKNT HOOVKi: IN FI.OKtnA 1NI.ANII PASSAGi: Dec. Hoover's fishing which so far has gone flshless. today pushed far- ther southward once more In search of bettor -ingllng In the deep sea game fishing grounds off lower Florida. Held Jo slow cruising speed yesterday afternoon because of shallow waters In Hie I'lorlda Kast Coast Canal, the president Where Mud Dog Roved Cow' Develops Symptoms Indi- cating Hydrophobia First Care Will Be to Cut Ap- propriations to Lowest Possible Level and as tin vanccd (hi- actions of the drew a number of people watch her as. foaming at mouth, xhe dashed bllndl..- i anything that came near her. Previously she had the repu- tin; time Daytona llcach w.i? tallon of being of gentle dlsposl- rcachcd today whether to take a, Hon. AS ;l precautionary meas- A vlvdl reminder that the man-j aci' (if rabies lias tint entirely disappeared here has cnini' In di- In a cow of x> miitoins' InillcalliiK that xhi1 suffer-' lllK frnni Tin1 iiwurr rhahu-d tin1 animal _. _ sn.ui afti-r xh- n, act, Snys Slate Cnnnol Borrow lUell dlxcaxo iid- riiw tu tin1! MORRAY AGAINST BONDS Out of Present Financial Crisis al expected to make a decision by Texas Hiitlniiid Commission] Restrained Frnm Knfiirriiu: j y Well Order ngrlciiltmc d- mi'iisuie. This I nine In-fore II. have been cut partment wan Hi' supply Ililnl Hi Ides January 2n. The budget Is Those three bills I I 125.721.mi der Ihe current year and ale b-ss than Hie presi- dent's Inidgcl asked. Sennli> Mill III I trees'. Tin- senate wax III recess until I'rlday. but Chairman Nnnls of the renal'1 Judiciary coinnillI--'' nllempteil to muxler a iinorum of his uioup lo begin formal consid- eration of tin- r.illlcr ln-i-r bill u-hlch already has pnsm-d tin' hiinxi-. Meiiiiwhlli a milicomiiill- leir of the Indlcliiry gioup ivax malilou ii study of Its rout-litn- llnnal plmxe-i. Tin- ilemncralH have mail I.....r with ii f.'i barrel as main attacking point of their drhr lo balance the budget, enact ecnnnmy liieaxntcs. piixs ii f.u in relief hill anil adnpl a resoliillon for repeal of Ihe Klgbleeotb ainemlmeiit ami thus avoid the Immediate callllr.: nf a HI.....liil session iifter Mnirh I If all Ibis could be done. Sen- said the largest In Japan's history.) Tin- wiir office declared Its nn- purpose was non-aggressive and that Japan was merely trying to close a gap by which It hitherto had lagged behind the military progress of other world powers. A war office spokesman said Japanese forces In .Manchuria at present were under to.linn meii but that n-ailluslment In the course of the hh-nnlum will make the strength from r.o.iimi to K.'.niin troops. H" recalled that the recent stali: will have a iany order of the I iin-rce cnmmixsion 'TIME TO f right lo protest Intel-stale Clllll- cnmmlx.-inn froni elifotc- order closing a portion AI'STIN. Texas, '-I'1 A three-Judge I'nlted Sliltes district court has an in- junction n-tralnlna the Texas railroad lug iin of tin- west panhandle gas field i there was until certain operators tin-re can today as Ii oblaln a market oiillel for lln-lr cediire. prodm-t. Plaintiffs In tin- case were the Texoma Natural Gas company and the Cities Service lias ennip- slgned by Jr.. Culled and in: v ill McMillan. Judges. I wo pipe whose petition last June re- train on south or continue aboard ship. In any evenl. a refueling slop for the depleted Hoover fleet W.IB set for tlayloiia. with an Immedi- ate start onward toward I'ort Pierce If the water transporta- tion Is lo be continued. At the reduced speed ordered j for lint presidential flotilla yes- terday, nearly two days would he reunited In reach Kurt Pierce by Authorities Announce j water, with Palm llcach still' I some distance away iind Ihe sail fishing grounds off Miami ntlll farther removed. j llnrlng tin1 cruise from Augustine yesterday, speed OKLAHOMA CITV. lire. Declaring n rednctliiu. to In -.late appriiprla- ,110ns for Ihe two years piis- slide "If I had the power of _ lire sin- was killed. i framing tin- budget anil ci.-rtiltli. j The owner of the cow lived changes of administrative I very near the place win-re a small cios." Governor Murray said li'i- dog recently went mad and (ill day he bnpex In bring Okla KHnrt to Secure I-lxtraciilion Not Given Up .Pi Tin Dec. 2S. St. i was one Mam-hull.' inllllary offensive In the northwest corner of Man- brnnuht the Japanese i iirmy In close contact with the HliinUs to Me Mailed From l-'cdcrnl Office T.arly in January any. Tin- order was Joseph c. llnlclicxon. Stales circuit Judge. W-xt iind ISiibert J. Culled Slalex nlMilct The plalnllffs are line cnmpiinle.-i on this same court CHICAGO. fiLhl lii bring Samuel Insult. xlowi-d iit times to barely bad; lo the Culled Slates lo face j un hour, sounding coiislant- hls accusers Is In go on. bill j avoid shoaling the C. S. S. lilg niiirk i fliigshlp of the flotilla, tin- method of pro-- The route lay through a wlnd- Ing passage, at some points barc- was Indicated today by'ly Till fei-t from shore tn shore, the prosecution which accused The department of commerce ,h- ntlllll-s czar of liu-lyacht Kilkenny, which Is of deep- cei.v and which draft than the Seiinola. at tlm- Ihe Greek court of appeals at almost slopped. refused III order Ills One nf thl Officers Confronted Deep As Sr.airh l-'nr Murderer j linina's bmlgi-l within a nun.null total uinli-r con- dlHons. He d upon Pl-l-sldi-nt-llll'Ct lloosi-vi-ll 's opposition lo manufacturers sales tax In praise tin- democratic chieftain and to. assert governmental expenditures, must be brought below tin- lotnl Income so Hml the surplus may be to care for the and pay official debts. j "If we gel mil of this Iron- [hie. we must mil another additional dollar of debl." In1 F the ive made leg-, army. i "Although n of Mississippi .ve could iilnii-: extra xi xslon until alor llatrl'o ye-terdav without .in lille XIIIIIIII--I Iliineier. reports have I.....n thai Pieslilent lloii-er (he ilfmiicriillc lii-er i-nd farm lellef and In Ihl- connection Senator Koh- loioii. di'iiiociallc li-adi r of f-liate. xiild In a xlateir-'lil la-t thai Ihe nniibllc.il. iu'-iiln- Israelnn was cnuarln.: "111 ii pm- Ici of piiillvin pnlillial obMtincl- Inn to prevent fie i-li.ict in.-nl nf Irul'lal Ion apl'.i ll'lilh with the tdeii of forcing tin- Incoming president to call a special HI-X- Wniilil Ili-llll Helm IJeferrlng to reports of pros- of hl-er. fill III re- lief and other lioblll- MIII said "Thin, of course, means mil noli delay during which a dc- pilvatlini of additional revenues I Continued on Pago S, No. G) lii-nnie lax forms for calendar year will In1 by the colleclor of In- Ituxsla's Hi-'lernal revenue January Html.- toward -Japan is at j Someihlnu ifU Inn.n.M. forms i-nt entirely friendly. It Ix Im- I will be mailed to all taxpayers possible to forecast Ihe future." who flh d returns fnr the pr......d- he said. "Therefore we ninsl i i.ili-ndiii year. Any who d" bring our forces In Manchuria 'ojnol Ive the proper forms a state of efficiency, sliould write lo the collector of lion and mechanization ciiual to lni.Tn.il revi'iiue. nlil.iln.....i City. thiit of the lied army" I IH tin- lime In b.-gin I A Japanese gnveriimenl j on tin- Inncme tax spnkesiiiiin said recently tln-rr ri-lnrn.. mi WHM little chance of a March 1 gresslon pact beliiK carried j by liussla iind Japan iis j result of the recent rcsiimplloi strained Ihe railinad cotnmlsslnn from reiiiiirlnu In i.hare their market persons owu- tnu- wells In Ihe flel.l bavin-.; no market nutlet. The latest shul-dnwn order was Issued npnu cnm plaints of inile- peiident operators In the field that pipe line companies i j re uas from wells liy tliem ami refusing lo pnr- cliiise from Independent' wlthnuti market nutlets. 1 "It Is alleged ihiil the order. wan for- the purpose nt tradition to the Culled Slates on the aronii'l depositions failed In t-iippoit the nllemillnns. i There was n pnsslbllllv that Stale's Attorney Thomas ney wniilil a.-k the slate ineiii at Wushlnui'iii to reiiuesl Ihe Creek uevernlllelll III deport Mr. Inxiill to some country from which he nii-hl be lull he declhlei! In -five a defi- nite answiM- tn tills phiis case. Ills reply wns that he make every effort" bill that he would no comment. He did hnwoviT, that he would first a-ik Assistant Stale's Charles A. I'.ellnws and Andrew .1. Vlarhos In se'- If II of the coast uiiard cutters accompanylnu the parly ran Into minor engine trouble during the day ami hail tn turn back. An- other Iioii4 was dispatched down the outside passage Irnm l-'ernan- dlna, l-'la.. tn replace II. During much nf the day. the president at an Impro- vised desk on the Seiiuola. ulvInK conslderallnn to war debt and other problems and anxwerhm mall placed aboard during a brief stop at St. AtitjucUDu. used In 1 which Ix largely responsible for tin- evils that beset us." tin1 gov; i i-rnnr said. "We cannot borrow out of this trouble nor can we bund ourselves out nf this eco- mimic dnngeoii. We must ri-nnivn.. the causes thai brought ll about.. all iiatlons could lilke Hie bankruptcy law mid all lof tin- Culled Slates were freed from their ilebls, together with T be filed lath NKWixllliK. I'OKNI'CI.T. Mo., llec. 2S I urn lo i-nnrty nf Karl Within five years I" men IHIM- j iinlnn. In pi i-p.H atlnn tin hi- M-C- ciiiighl trial on a chniiL-i- of v.-nne it of relations between China and lillxsla. He expressed open re- xentmenl of Ihe Sliio-Unsslaii I agreement I. MAN the I Iliiudi-ndistel anil Sclmen store: j here. Number wax cau--hl irarly today by a llaudendl-tel i landdllo Schnen. the owners, and) night officer W. I- X.linmerinaii. i The prisoner admitted he was C. j '.I lleauchmln. N. I.VJ.V.! In Oklahoma peiillenllai y from which he escaped last July after serving seven >ears of a; "O-'Ti-Ml-year term for safe blow-1 i'ng. lie'will he returned to OU- lahoma. OP TO Til OELWEO Prof. Rautenstrauch of Columbia Expounds 'Message of Technocracy7 Development of Machine Methods, Their Effect of Civilization and Adjustment of Human Race to Changed Conditions In the Future. in the slaying of .1- and Glillith. MlackweM school wiis ili lay d lodiiy by tin- death of old Martha Jo Mcl'.nlileu. daii-lil.-r of Sln-r- ifr...... Tin- litli'- girl died of compll- liitloui followid aciil" np- PI ndlcliN. tfiiinn. w ho-e death sentence Mils voided liy the appellate court, mil-! be hioiulil hifk here from Mali prison to new iriiil coinpi-lllim pliilnllffs, by indirect- posxlble lo npin'iil from Un- ion lo do what the court had ill-j decision of Ihe creek court, joined Hi'- drfendanlx from ill- which held that Mr. In.-ull had lectly compelling them to do, no fraudulent intentions when xhare tlo-lr markets with tin-: payment of and flni.nnn of well.- were made lo brokers said In Its opinion. by McCnrmlck. trvasnrer nf tin- utilities concerns. In be- half of .Mr. Ill-bill's brother. Martin. Tin- latter Is now out on bond at Orlllla. lint.. the Xtilte'x lleXt IIIOXi- Oil charges xllll- llav tn HiiiM' made aunlnxt his Kay County Bur Condemns SlatcmentH About Duvnl in Miller Case flu- owners I the court The court noted that the ciini- i mlxxlon !iiid nct'il "vvlthoiit it jxtatiltc aill iuileed. In i the face of a xtatnli- prolilh'tlnu. Ihe curtallm-iil of prndiictlnn. except to pri'M-tll W.isle of Ililt- lirnl ri-sonrci-i." jbrolln-r. The opinion al-o slated Unit All efforts lo -jiiiird against tin- commission was "undertaking, technicalities which inl--lit pn- lo Impose upon plaintiffs venl extradition, the llleL'iil conilillon thiit ln-> prn-i-ciiliir mid. would IM- made, thi'lr facilltbx wilhnut aiinoiinci.d thii! his office I'ompcnsiitlon Iheiefor. with own-1 amending Ihe on el'S Of (ithtT Wi'lls III field." "Thl.i i- 'running Ho- public Interest ;i r-ii mi-lit into uround'." couit "It l.lklll-j of the prnpi.TM of one. to nlve It wtthoitl compeiisallon. no' to the pillillc. hut to iinollii-r. It i.  years and wax par- ticularly known for her charily woik, often making layettes and other clolhlng lor the needy, l-'or the hixl eight yoarx xhe had taught i ii free sewing class at Ihe Young' Women's Christian Association. She Wiis the daughter of the late Judge W. S. Wnlfeiiborgcr.' who calm- to .Mnxkngee from I'ort! Smith. Ark., iibnut '.12 years Judge Wolfi-nlierger died In I A brotln-r of tin- dressmaker wax killed In action during tin- ni street." war. Two sisters. Hazel and Ib-ul-' Although Covernor Murray has ah. an- employed In county of flees I of the trend "ol ibis ii-coin.....ndallons. In- Is As authorities continued Hn-lr; closi-ly tin; lest mailer until all revisions and details have ii compleled. It was not expected In- would the Illt-S- sage public for piibllciillon lln- Hun- of Us delivery. oils of tin- two Oklahoma legislator If Hie prom- ises and prognostications of law- makers and stall- officials mater- While Governor Mnrrny pulii the Hnlshlng loui-hes Into bin i first menage to the slate assi-in- lily. i-ommllli-i-s n-presi-nlliiR i-conomy and lux reiliu-ilonlslH ate lolibylng dally j with legislators, hoping In see measures that may bring rcllel lo both tin- home owner ami tin' of .Indue Ilu- governor lo Hey Jiihn A. Sw'an.- In Xeniber elecllnll. Meanwhile there Is to b letup In lln- federal sovernm imiuiry Into tin- affairs of Judicial conduit i Altor asks tin- tin- No- T'confexx error." 1'pon receiving (he I Judge Dnviil iixsiilb-d Munay'H ,conduct and said the executive or-j "In Ibis instance has no fnun-j Idatlon In law, and tin- allegations i Invextluatloii of the slaving, thev, Were Inclined to believe Mlxs Was Hie victim of iltl assailant whn attempted In tak-i her pllfxe. The purse, pnllce III- Veall'll, Was ll! Oil-Ill tn the police j Million hist at about o'clock by a m-uro. Smith. I'rnin all Imllcatlonx. the exiciitlve Is apiiriHirhlnu his Ixlailve prnunim In niin-li who xald In- had picked It up Hi- school building. as governors of other In tin- purse were huxlin-sx slalex, and tin- In papers and a llf'- iiixurance policy: vli-w of the oiilotainlliig need for In Ml-s Wllf'-nbercer's miine (Continued on I'aEr No. ciirtallmenl of expi-nsi-s I tCoiiHiiueil on Pave H, nml'ili- No. n I nil comp.inlex, chief of the tin- hureau nf Inve xald I'.t HiiWAIiH III. Ki: I'lf. Sdrnic Mum) CITY. N. J H ;iv The "nn hcli nnrrart pin pose iii-permosl pioperly siibnrilltiiiii-il" pii'M-nii-il lietore tin- Amirl- rnn -nclalli'li for Ihe mi-lit nf Scleuc- Inday Trot. Waller lliiiiti-iiili.ini-h. of Cnliiiu- blii iillU.-l "I >oii tin1 nn sxiim- of tcchnocrticy." he siild briefly III Inlrndm-in- himself at a slnn of "-tahllliatlon nf polyitieni" n of M-lentlsls. ItiUlten-triliu-li Is tin- piofcssor4' dlrecllnx tin- up of facts annuls tin- trnup of 10 tinder tin1 lead rxhlp nf Howard Scott, engineer, m.ikliiK tin- i-m-ruy Mirvey of North America, which Ix called technocracy for short. He Is head of tin1 Columbia department of Industrial I Ills was -first, the story which said history ntv- lerted lo IHI. nf lln1 power revo-1 unem- "ulllet si'lited its entitled lo hold office as a Justice of tin1 i supreme court even thnuKh his M .1.1 mole Import-1 at Hie time nf tin1! us and legislation.. Nni-i-mher S ci-ner.'il eli-ctlnn In Heel- on man. iind a ri-spouse filed by attorn- eys for two nil companies ask- In.- dismissal of a motion to va- cate an opinion written by Ixorncnay. The motion was by attorneys for the Carter and Tidal Oil companies which won a reversal of .1 Nowatii county district court Judgment by Wayne Ilayless. Clan-more district jndiit1 who was elected as KorneSa.v's successor. Attorneys for Taylor Kll and other claimants tn the valuable oil estate of the late Nancy nil. a Cherokee Indian, had charged Kornecay's term ended with the i-lectlon while he maintains the term runs until January, inllon. it'--'ill .ml than all v S> i ond. Its (In- "ridiculous nnd Illogical re- he thlnlv are forecast un- less mote purpose comes Its illitction. Thlril. ii piouam of tin- "four cardinal of any success- ful future chllliMllnii as Hn- technocrat M---X Ihlngx. I'lnally. that this new energy ch ri'lses lems "of social mechanism the prior system." What prnti- under mlclit price" prohlem done about be did not say. "The he xaid. "Is a inn-sllon-r. IK- knows no 'holy places" wlnre he dare not tread." Ili-tliiiilnu of I llcxoliillon The revolnllnn about L'On years he xald. In simple machines for use In home spinning and In nilni-s. That event raised man oil! of a condi- tion that Iind existed unchanged for ti.ilOil years In which "tin1 physical basis of civilization In (Continued on fas" 4. No. 1) WASHINGTON. Ark.. Inc. -Mi -To his "dellmiiient cus- d.-parlnn-nl of Justice miners." Dr. I.. M. l.lle has pro-1 Should federal Imllctiin-nls le- pns.-d a way to their tin- Instillx iln- counts with him lo Ihu benefit of; i-'ov.-rnmeiit Is expected to In-Kin own extradition proceeillnss. "I proposi- that all of you Indi-pendent of any iictlor, which have a surplus of fond, take1 may he pemlliu In tin- courts ol whatever yon can without de-iCimu county. Chicago, your own family to the' The word of tin- courts' Cross." he salil In an adver- ruling yesterday prompled form- tlsenn-nt piihllsln-d In a local IT Slate's Allorney newspaper. HiUiipioii In thai apparently "They will Issue a receipt that you can present to my bookkeep-i i-r and receive credit on votir ac-, II. Pur-: I herein have no foiiiidiiilon mil Chicago office i fiicts. It Is Itclltloiis In law, and; .Hgatlon In false III fact." TAMH1NA. Okla.. "niiick Glp." a marauding wnlf blamed for klllins more than 3110 sliecp. heifers and year. Kot paid In kind. Kd Hltnes. hunter, trapped anil shot him. Itlnck Hip farmers about In the four years. count with me to the amount shown on said receipt." The physician set upon this plan because In- said many of those owing him could not dis- pose of their surplus farm pro- ducts. "Ilust off your conscience and let's start a new deal." In- said. WASHINGTON. Dec. On the plea that the farmers didn't have money to attend fairs the Iiousi.- today reduced the de- partment of agriculture appropri- ation for participation In them from SfiO.nOn to JlO.nnO. Keprestntatlve Al-i'od I P.. Ala.. Introduced the amendment. "Wllli cotton. fi-cent appal tin- Athens IrllMin.il hail lak  first of the.nc wasinor'ii military actions aro subject the endliMB litigation over prora-itn Judicial rnvlnwr. Tlio rullns tlon. thu fall of tho principle of physical control and HIM uncertain status of martial lav enforcement of oil regulations. Thievery, In tlin of rillin- Ing oil from wells counter to orders, also played Its part In this Industrial drama. Constant hammering at thn was handed down after the netd for such military action lu Tnr- had pasiied. As the year ended East Tczax pumps and boilers were stilled. whllu the slain railroad conimlH- slon sniight statistics on fk-ld conditions to permit eiiultabln (Contliiunt on I'IIBO T, No. fl>   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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