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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             NEW VOLUME XXXIV ADA QUIET FOURTH EXCEPT FIRM ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1934 McKeown Leads fjedy Mars Early Hours In Death of Ben Hampton On Railroad FAMILY IN CAR WRECK Citizens of Ada Spend Holiday In Many Places And In Many Ways relelirai.-d !h.- fll'.rlous Fourth with one e.l the I Illle ob-eivanres In yai Children r.-b-biai-'l flie'vorljs earlv hour: NUMBER 14 Pontotoc County Ticket Short cned by Results of Tues- day's Election II 'ie-nie intake of th. favor, el spots ami otl.ers I' Vi itini: wilh in ntlie-r com CnNDIDATESje Little Rest for Those Whose Fate Will Be in Hands of Voters July 24 Foiirll. w gllilliis tool; ildv, holiday to go lo -ome In i-ol.llel! :f......S. relatives or frienel m'.inili.-s was faM.ii-d of ce-le-bratlni: tin- 'lav. The- Mipidy of ah-oholic re- Ir.-sh.....nl rurtailed Monday morning wln-i, ,-ltv police raided a lo, al of' such comnioeliiie- and whi.ke-y. much of I' -bot'tled in l.e.ml" -ome "I it names famous In clrcb-5. The heat of tin- at >-r- noon lnt.rf.-r.--l litil- with hoi- day plans, in mid-afternoon t.n- tb.-i nioni'-t'-r read 1H2 d.-ur-. and many spois were much bolter, but In genera, the day was highly satisfactory. Hun II) Train Th" day was inarn-d h the discovery about o'''1 of n l.ody. thai of sill-nl of tin had been m train 1 i: e-hair OKLAHOMA (MTV. July i AP i Complete nnofric-ial turns from tin- fcmrtli conuies- ,-ional district unlay showed KI-II. Tom McKeown of Ada only two vote's in tin- l.'acl of Disirict I1. I- Cassaway. Coal-ali-. Tin- two will I'iuhl it out in tin- July 24 primary ..-l.-ction for lln- di-iinici-iitlc iie.minatiim fur con--- res.-.. .M c K i- o w n poll'-d 1 Ca-saway 111.771. In Iliiril plat1.' w.is Jo.- 1.01.....V of -wol.a witli K..I77. Anglin Issues Statement Promis ing Support to Marland As Head of Ticket Marland Leads by Votes; Walton Larjs Behind Anglin in Finals l.y Deficit Due Entirely to Gigantic Recovery Program of Ad- ministration Klectlon lute-rest nan not beet diminishing at the customar rale following the actual castln of the vote. Oklahoma rolled up a huge vot on Tuesday In the first prl mary. When the tide of ballot had'been tabulated, many race settled and successful can- didates nominated, but in many others run-oft' contests were made necessary. Today, from constable to gov- ernor, candidates were rallying their e-nergies and political acu- men for three weeks more of campaigning, this time with no more; than two opponents In each race and with July 21 to be the deciding date. Winners on July 24 will then have until November when party nominees will face each other In the ballot battle. Pontotoc county voters dispos- ed of a number of candidate; COUNTY JUDGE, SHERIFF, SUPERINTENDENT AND ASSESSOR NOMINATED tin- morning Identified as Ion. Indian r. ty. where it a Krl liave lieeli II" on.1 and No other iiKijor ai-cldents wrre rcporic in th" c-ounty and minor mishup-. The roiitilv offi- WASHINGTON, June ii- government, winding up its fiscal year today, found It ha-.l ispent about more I than it collected, coin.- That's counting emergency ex- penses. Balancing receipts a-ainst ordinary expenditures. the government was declared 10 be "iu the black" for the year. i Treasury officials scanned the limhislrial picture' for an Indlca- Tuesday. The following were nominated in the first vote, get' ting a majority of votes cast ii their respective races: Clyde Kaiser, sheriff: Bay Ste uall, Bounty superintendent; John IJoyce McKeel, county judge; Bill Ile-vers, tax assessor; Aub- rey Kerr, state legislature; Sher- wood W. Hill, Justice of the peace. Contests remain between Fred McCoy and T. J. Chambless for county treasurer. Turner King and W. V. Slanlleld for county attorney, A. A. Caldwell and dies Roberts for county commissioner in Dist. 1, Charles Johnson and Uleorge Collins for couniy com- VOTK FOI: The latest tabulation for governor from nut of gave the follow- ing results: Marland _____________' !i-l.i'.12 kValton________i-------- ;mlth ____________ Hums______________ OKLAHOMA CITY. July accustoineil to political shocks, blinked today at he unprecedented lleau Cue.--e )l Tom Anulln, who withdrew from the democratic runoit pri- mary, fdvlim the noinliiatle.n for Kovi-rnor to Cou-ressman W. Marland, "new deal" candidat-. The choice- of (Jovcrnoi "Al- falfa Bill" Murray. Austin told' the last niuht: "The first primary is over and Mr. Marland is le-adlnu bv plurality of approximately 30.000 votes. I cannot see my way clear to call upon my friends -uul porters for additional in a runoff campaign. I "I retire from public office with cood will toward nil ami with thousands eif the best friends any man ever had "I think It Is best for the state auel for my thousands of friends not further continue the stniK- Kle. n.it to fnrt'niT embroil tin- state In unnecessary turmoil e-n- by a three weeks' ciim- 'l'palKii but to bow to the will e.l Forced to Land in France When Body Found Near Gasoline Supply is Ex- hausted by Long Flight ,..r.; rep'T jinc-e. and made only and drunkenn C, led no rail of liiipoi-t in Ada "In- arr.-sl> on Wednesday, seven fi ss and one for i.o.-s1- K. P.. Snoildv und chil- dren Fletcher. Okla.. wer- i" il car iiccid.-nt between Stone'vall an.l Tupelo Wediii-day night about o'clock. Tlie-y spending ii vacation Mrs. Snoeldv-s par.-nts m Centi-ih-m'i Mr Snoddy's parents at Le.al- he- be nu- Tniik Their car was hit by a truck and demoli-h.-d. K-v. Snoddy ie- i-.-lved Mveral rib- and Snoildv being brulM-el P iin- fnlly iihout tin- face and h.-ail. They wen- bn.uidit to the- home ot Mrs. suoddv's si-ter. Sliiil.- Norman. F. Tbirt Where they Were repotted to be re-ting fairly Snoddy is pastor of the Methodist church at I'h-te-h Funeral -e-rvie-.- Hamr' were held :it ehap'-l "f Cri-w.-ll Fun.-riil Home early t afternoon. B--v. J. f. Curry, p tor of the Fir-t M.-thodi-t chur officiating. P.uriiil lollmu-.l i- Mirviled by (_....... ll> CUIII- i t'i'oii' ibe new year would i niissioncr In Dist. 2, D. B. Davis '_m_ nieiin to 'and J. K. Hall for county coni-l1'- President Uoos.evi'lt has esti-1 misrtloner In Dist. W. H. Ebey mated nearly Austin Deaton for state leg- 11 would be added to the national T. O. Culllns iind A. W. -'de-ht by emergency expense's elur-, j.jstlco of the peace I i.... .1... t 1 monl bs. Th is Ada spirited campaign Is under my withdrawal president pay-oil' for the Ity lliat tini federal bent, J. third In tin K. McKeel. liavlnu run the first vote and leiiv- race now to Claude V. ing the 12 months 'was predicted on recovery i would make Industrial pniduct-, fm- district judge, the Incuin- ion average- !iS per cent of the1 level, i In July. Iliopes to start the 'recovery prouram. has said, the budget .should terms county judge, balanced. According to the 'serve board's index-, jtrial year abeivi I Thompson, county judge-, and la I I Crawford, who was for several county judge. Cong. Tom McKcown of Aela carried the county by a decisivi his opponents an-1 of complete unoffl- two votes of Tuesday, nominate Mill-land, see thill he is le-cted in November and give ilm every assistance we ran dtir- ,ng bis administration a.-; gover- nor. i: At a later dad I wiP file- the proper officials." The runoff will be "Naturally. am Marland July 2 I. very much comm-nted. "it will save his friends and Hire Ink- the over production figure for the- basis just ende-el was slightly returns nosed out the SI per cent average of Coalgate by the- president based hi-1 over the district. Joe Looncy oi In May it rose- to S7. We-woka slipped hack to third ,1-eV'luly it went to Ml for a j after holding the lead for hnosteel by speculative bus-m time-, leaving McKeown and for todav jine.ss activity. The last hgures avalk. 'June 27, show the national de-.it wen i'w-is V'7 iis compar-l W'wilh lhe cor da> last ye-iir. (lassoway in Supporters weeks of hard in tills very hoi wei.iliei-. more- Important. H will vent the Incurring of 1'uitlnr riv- alries and jealousies within the make :i cle-iir ro.ul to November election. An-lin's withdrawal much better f.-ellnc elemoci-iitic piirty and hope that we all now party and victory In "Mr. makes for within the I sincerely I'LFIiS, France, June _ dwindling gasoline supply today forced two flying brothel's from" Brooklyn, Benjamin and Joseph Adamowlcz. to land their b i g trl-colored monoplane at Saint Andre JK- Messet. near here, thwarting for the second time their cherished hopes ot Hying the Atlantic non-stop to Warsaw, Poland. Tin; t w o brothers, Benjamli and Joseph Adamowlcz. Hiooklyr soeta pop manufacturers, hoppei off from Harbor Grace, New- 'fniiiullaiul. yesterday at a. m. (KCTl I'l an effort to fl> their big. brlght-hued monoplant the veteran of on transAtlantlc crossing, non-stoi to Wai saw. Tin- silent polr eased thei ship the "Warsaw" down safel at a. in. M. T. a !m KSTi 21! hours and mil !ute.i iifler their take-off yester 'day ill Harbor ('.race. N. F. At Saint Andre. 50 miles Hi land on the Normandy coast, th 'brothers Immediately announce their Intention of contniilng o In Warsaw tomorrow If they ca find enough gasoline In tha small village. Otiie-rwise, luey said, tin would fly to I.e- liourget field, Paris, for refuelling. Tin- Itrooklyn pair, not sighted since- they took off yesterday at a. in. (I'.ST) at Harbor C.'r'iice with till) gallons of gaso- line in the tank of their ship, saiel they lost their way. They reached the French coast about 'midnight, they added, but fog prevented their getting their bearings. Flying Inland without much idea us to where they were, they circled for nearly five hours until dawn began to clear away liie 'naze. Then, they salel. their gasoline began lo run short and they picked the first available spot to land. Once before the Brooklyn soda pop manufacturers had planned lo fly non-stop to Poland. Last year" they took "ft from New York only to crack up In This Mornins Believed That Of Ben Hampton A body found on the Frisco racks about 3 o'clock this niorn- nK was Identified later in the ,ay as that ot Hen Hampton, UO, vhose home was near Ada. Kallroud officials have express John Boyce McKeel, Clyde Kaiser, Ray Stegall, Bill Bevers Get OK of Voters; Other Races Close Four county democratic nominations were settled by Tues- day's vole, the final unofficial total of votes cast in the county revealed. These ure the offices of county judge, sheriff, county superintendent and tux assessor. In addition. Sherwood W. Hill easily outstripped three opponents in the voting for justice of the peace No. 1 for Ada. John Boycc McKeel defeated Truman Harrison in n spirit- fllcluls have express- for the democratic nomination for county judKc. Harri- id thiToplnlon tiiat the 'south-! Son. elected twice as county attorney, sought the judicial position hound passenger train No. 1171 Claude V. Thompson, present county judge, entered the struck the man. causing v-uiuuc e.nn leatli. l-'ew details of the grue- to some accident have beeu avail- able. The accident occurred about one and one-halt miles cast of and the body was brought lere for investigation and for an effort to ascertain the identity of the victim. The body was mangled and torn until i-eceisnltlon was made extremely difficult. The head was so mutilated that no Identi- fication could be. made from the facial features. Relatives and friends, however, finally found marks which were reported to have definitely es- tablished the identity of lhe vic- tim as Hampton. A hat found near the place ________ where the body was picked up. was recognized as one Hampton: Oil and Gravel Mixed I nor- 'flnger i -uBMy to Provide Dustless. aided In the Identification. Lasting burtace On the body was fould a coat.j three vests and three pairs of race for district judge. McKcel's top heavy majority was 6.690 trousers. There was nothing >n the pockets lo furnish a clue as to who ho was or where he came from. Funeral announcement will "e made later by the Crlswell Fun- eral Chapel. Hampton was a son of Grant Hampton. votes. Sheriff Clyde Kaiser accomplished Tuesday what has not been done in Pontotoc county for years, by winning the nomi- nation that is equivalent to election. His leading opponent was Luther Franklin, whom Kaiser displaced as sheriff two years ago. Kaiser polled 1 votes, Franklin 3.763 and Lee Nabors trailed with 914. Slegnll Outvotes Mitchell When James W. Huff, elected county superintendent two times, announced that he would not seek, re-election again. Kay Stegall and Norman C. Mitchell entered the. for the place. Ste.- abler vote-getter ahead of Mitchell with 0.1 4 S 3.711. Hill deputy tax assessor, was successful In his first political campaign, amassing votes for lhe office from which Charley Floyd Is retiring. T. O. Fowler was runner-up with and J. M. Ilyrd was last with I.'.IOO votes. Sherwood Hill apparently Is a regular winner In running for Justice of the peace. Again lie An Improvement method Is being used on some of lhe gravel streets of Ada iind will be used on mole of the streets lu the near future. Percy Armstrong., street commissioner, says. The gravel already used for Is mixed with the of oil which is of a consistency, the two he- turned until thoroughly the same principle that g much used In highway WASHINC.TON. il- in HIESMPES can get behind Hie recovery pro- Hie; run-oll. .-run planned lor tin- si in-." 'ot K- W' I" "I would' like lo add that I ad- rejoiclng today over the I.U his illation for governor. Marland carried Ada and Pontotoc coun- iy Tuesday. i c.-niet Ilillllptoll widow. Mi Hampton: a ter. Juanita r. (Irani li I.ottie and J imm i Him- louinl hie to ,i ar e.bl d hi- 11, t U" o r- ii'ml brolhe-rs. Hampton, ifd-r Hampton the .uiliioritii iel.I-.ti Mr-. Fox. Jlllle For a boily vas W.T.- una..... cau-e of its mutilated condition, i lull .n la-' the identity w..s n- i.itely .--i.ibli-h. el. No iletiiil- bine h. en availabl" the in llamp- j ton met hi.- I Andy Payne Wins First Heat Of Another Derby OKI. A CITY. July t I.T- boy f.imoii- is 1. aiiiii--- r.iyne, I July A K.-ar old girl, lourt'i victim ol 'uniilenlili.-.l men assailants In th" two wi-.-ks lie-re, was rei-HV- irin-4 in Denver general lio.-pllul today, afd-r e.-caping them. The u-irl. Cweneleilyn Slnilien- lo-t he-r street car transfer while on h.-r way holm- and stiirt- ed to walk. On a viaduct two nn-H foiced their car iinU tie-el a over her mouth. Thev drove h.-r tei North l.aci; downtown and into a -id- street. As the car -loppi'd sle- jumped and star.'e-d run hut tripped ;iml Tie- men took her to West ave- nue iil'el Shoshone street where -he- agiiin jiimpe-d from t''cl illld Physicians -aid she .va- jscrate-heil briliseil but not ---i-loiisly Injiiu'd. In the -am.- hospital Is Virgin- Tom Anglln's friends, however, pointed to the thousands of votes that went to candidates other than the two who are still in the I running and are working enrneat- to line UP em.ugli support for] lhe Holdeiivllle man to turn the tide the other way 1 the July 21 election. Miglln's surprlslni: action, l.ik- en wltnont "Alfiiirii Bill's" pub- lic approval, climaxed a "band ance and Improvement. 'tin Tills method makes a duslkss ...'surrace. smooth after It ban warnlnu that conllrnu.lion failed several limes, and Uhe oil does not splash up iinlomoliiles as when poured on top of the gravel. si-yen blocks on Kast backers of the new law. 'Fifteenth' two of Fourteenth and McCoy Lends lluco Kennedy, democratic Thirteenth streets hav- seeking a second friend of 1 resilient [.m M-; and others are led the veil, was elected chairniiin fol it. of three candidates for that. iasi mmi is tin; nin-off vole he will owner of adjoining property that to T. J. which stock market control ls; came today from 1 does not have to go Into a run-off in the second primary. His vole of l.StiG was a clear majority over his competitors, whose totals were as follows: K. It. Matherly .V.I2, Joe Anderson 457. IIyarn Chapman ;I22. Spirited campaigning Is In pros- pe-ct in He-veral county races for next three weeks. T M. King, of Ada. led W. V. Stanflelil of Huff 1.772 to 4.5SU by the unofficial tabulation, but John Bliinford's :i7li ballot4 kept King from getting a majority for the nomination for county at- torney. re-milatory commission The w'hite Hou.-e- bac-l-ed K'-n- nedy for the post. Cemmissioue-r ,.-aii In get credit for joining with former mayor the 1 of Ada. McCoy votes, well ahead on 1 M rs. .ag.-il behalf. In which Attorney FOR FLU la Lerch. .iiiinped ahead of C.us iin Mipreme court clerk ileinocratic race for rein Payne- -he.wed hi- I'e-.-l- fiebl with bii'.lot- basis of rl urns from duels out of M-cond with 1 l-vi; I- Payne Los Angeles lo N he comph-teil in TI'I.SA. Olila., June- 311 Six antonieiolb- loads of heavily armed city and county officers i surrounded a house- lie-re last night and made a futile searcn for Charles I Pretty Hoy) Floyd, Oklahoma outlaw. Sis nun were reported to have visit.d Hie house earlier In tin nlgnl. but all ''ad when (he arrived. None ot seen. City detectives hiid been Informed eii. occasions that Floyd the p 1 il c e-. The the- five supposedly CelllV- al J. Berry King and State- sen- ator John Mai-Donald, two ......-r candlilate-s, were first Join. Murray c.iuld not be reached tor comment. King, bltlerest of the anil- Murray clan, telegraphed Mar- land before Aiiglin's aiinonnc.-- ment that his victory Indicated the end of "Murraylsm" aiul that "I am convinced that vim vnll actually plan a new politi- cal iind economic deal in keeping with the splendid Koosevi-lt pro- O'r.x.. Louise Fishback Wright, wife of Kdwln Wright. Ferdinand 1-ecora. noled as thcj-' senate's of Wall St.. ,'1" had been boomed for chairman. There were report-, h" opposed "i. Ino.i the appolntmenl of Kennedy, who was shown to have engc.ged 111 :i J market pool a year ago. 'iiiid the elimination of I H. Summers threatened lo tllO cU'CtlOIli I 1 mprovement Chambless1 3.042. but Tommy Ford ran strongly In a number of points out low Ipreclncls. getting ballots to elimination of dusl. better j force a continuation of the racu "'driving surface, absence of sur-; between the two leaders. After denied any died Wednesday night at liil the! family residence. 725 Kast j smilingly street. Death came very '.unexpectedly. Mrs. Wright being, senator '.stricken only a short time before of the law ilhe end cam Fletcher She resided in Ada i tofon- llfi.-d. Tin King. with been vhlch you have here- so prominently iilen- s.ih! they num.-runs vlsil names of Pool pre- wa- in th" race f i inn w York. t day.-. eael of hours and minute- his neiirest competitor. cor.i's is Col. William C. Harllee. in charge of the southern recruiting division -nnu- vacan- cies in the Marine Corps are lo lie filled. Any young man inter- ested should wrile bis ollice at once, il i.- located in Ne-v, Ur- win) Wiis attacked w, ___ SuiieUy ni-ht. She- critical condlllein from a iv KILLS Wllll LODlii: PRATT. Kan.. July 2.--'.T'--- Pierced in the chest by ii lodge iweirel In tin- hands e.f his 1 7-yeiir- nld se.n. J. Shaw. Hock Islanel conductor, elied instantly here to- liiy. Officers said the lioy had ob- laineel the sword when Shaw e-n- gaged In an argument with his wife and pushed It against his father's back, asking him lo de- sist. Shaw turned and lunged at the boy. the officers said, the sword penetrating his chest. A coroner's jury was empaneled for an Flovd wire not given. ESCAPES LIGHTNING .McAlest.T Man Somewhat flgiued. lint Still (inliiK I.T) lluck tangleel with a bolt of lightning here yesterday, but he's still alive. An ear was burned off. his clothing torn to shreds, both shoes ivere ripped open and his legs were temporarily paralyzed. Dazzh-r, III', was hoeing corn at the That nudist cenlly at tin Fair was the easiest wedding held re- Chicago World's assignment late- r-ount showed .f. Berry attorney general, still In fourth place with Corner Smith, Oklahoma City attorney, was fifth with from 2.17II pre- clncts showed Scott A. Ferris, nephew and namesake of tin- democratic national inan. out stripping bis opponents in the close- (iltorney ge-ne-ral's race-. He had 4I.HS2 votes to for Miic Williamson. Pauls Valley, who was In second place-. O. H. Seure-y. Tulsa. had moved nbead of Albert C. Hunt, former supreme court justice, fe.r third place with to James K. Berry. Stillwat. r banker, moved Into second place behind Bay O. Weems. stato treasurer. In the lieutenant gov- ernor's race, flreel the opening short for a fight iigalnst the Mur- ray candidates. Berry Mnrliind Pledging his support to Mar- land, Berry scored Weems for the hitter's "lukewarm repudiation of Murray's endorsement." Weems declined the governor's endorse- ment winter, hut Hugh Har iinore than 2il years and WiiH high- ly i.-steemed by a large circle of 'friends. j Mrs. Wright was born at Lex-j ilngton. III. She moved to Ada In and had resided here since that time. I Surviving an; her husband and I two daughters by a former mar-1 riage. Mrs. Lillian Wellington of Dallas and Mrs. Certrnde Balrel, who resides near Oakman. Funeral services will be con- ducted Friday afternoon at o'clock from Crlswell's Funeral Home. Interment In Memorial Park cemetery. banking co.nmitle-e which consider Kennedy's nomlna- In January, was OIK- of those' who Indicated Kenivelv's work would be closely watched. Asked if there- wo-.ibl be op- position to confirmation, Florida senator said lie- did know, hut added: "That will depend upon record he miikes." Ihe the almost all maintenance reasons for the program. STlPFIC BE PUT WHIN GOLD WASHINC.TON. July The body of former Senator Chester I. Long of Kansas, who lied last night In his 75th year, vill he sent to Wichita for burial. A kidney ailment killed the republican, who besides n the fight against the Bryan ree silver drives was president CKNF.VA. July -.11 American project to curl, the inar.ufacture and traffic of arms, not! urged by President Ijoo.ipvel! as was adopted at a plenary session of the disarm- ament conference's commute" handling the- situation. The Plan provides Inter- national registration und publi- city and the strictest Inspection anil supervision of all armaments. Uepre.-entatlvi-s of C.reat Brlt- Un France. Venezuela. Sweden, -Switzerland nnd N. Jul> L. sni.pe.rled and paid tribu-.e The state court of appeals upheld the constltullonallty of the i I" 'congressional action abrogating gold clause" of obligations .payable In the Fulled States, esti- m a ted at to The vote was four to one, with two Judtu's not silting. States for Iis con- proposal. A Venezuelan representative said it would "go down in his- tory as ii great success." draft of the propos il In-' sent te> all governments the Idea that il will be Incorpora-1 nln more votes than three oppon- ents but failed of a majority. As a result, he and H. J. Owens will be on Hie ballot July 21 for coun- lly weigher. Vote totals were: Summers 1.022, Owens 2.2n.r., Ira illoce l.sfl-l. C. L. 1'oarch All three county commissioner races today moved Into the run-off stage. Energetic campaigns were made In the county and the was split so that no majority wua achieved. In District 1. A. A. Caldwell led with 1.37K votes, Ches Uobi-rls, In- iciimbent, barely winning Into tlin run-off with 1 votes to Hardy [.Mundy'H 1.D3S. W. M. Pegg follow- led With SS8. i In District 2. the run-off Iponeiits will be Charles N. John- ison. present commissioner, and C.eorge Collins, whom Johnson defeated two years ago while Col- lins was In office. The votes: Johnson 1.1112. Collins '.152. C. W. Martin 72 I. Hiram Jones Ben Murphy 17'J. U. Hunt 205. W. D. Dame !M. Commissioner D. B. Davis was runner-up in District with will I votes. J. K. Hall was top man with These will remain In-the run- the following votes Die All rin society reporters ever 'lad. they had to describe was :he rell, his assistant, accepted a. place on the Murray slate In hi! race for state treasurer. (Continued on I'.-ige O, U) In upholding the legality of the resolution enacted In June. Chief Judge Cuthbert Pound ruled that bonds of the Baltimore Ohio railroad should he paid only at their face value in the money ted In lhe treaty. addr ___ hnvlns general d'ls'aTimi'meiii Insufflclenl: Ben Allison 1ST., c.. H. McDonald 200. J. ,U. of American Am- Scott Thomas A. Hill 20, ......_-. Wilson, an.ioun- i.lcn Boring It, free silver drives was president jof states now current, >f the American Bar Association promise they contain 11 1025 and fi> to'pav In "gold coin of the United In T.I03, Long was elected to the" United States senate and Was similar to one- served one term. Years previous- two weeks ago by a ly he engaged In a series of dra- district Judge In St. Louis, malic contests with "Socklessl Jerry" Simpson, sllverlle, which resulted national "an important that security large in the nations." contribution which looms eyes of ?o many oi peace Justice No. 2. Voles were: 1.0.14. Oliver Clay I Jones' 551. l.tinsford 45H. Hubert C.argls Jlni Kmory C. M. Chnuncey 242. FAYF.TTKVILI.K. N. C. -A drv kiln which maintains a tcm- In several terms In tlie house lor Long. w_________-_ When Camera gets back to Italy, he can tell Mussolini, "Is that man Baer a funny boxer? Why, he nearly slew VIENNA, July official Welnef ZeltuiiK today (luotcd diplomatic circles as say- MONTIIKAL, I. linrdick In superior court was .HI.. to IIMVI. eaten his wor.N. perature of 180 degrees was cloc- TesUinonv showed thai Hunllck.led a week ago at the Box Ins they had "assurance" Presi dent Paul von HindenburK of Germany had taken u. rejuvena- tion' treatment. called M. D. on to pay Ivanoff. a the document, tore It to bl'.s swallowed the scraps. IlurJlck denied this and wild he Ivanoff. but Ivanoff won. .nat ijuruieK. uu "v-.ix a note to land Lumber company, hlx day.. baker, obtained later It was opened. Crouched III the motor box was Thomas York's cnl. weak und wobbly. Today she run "about gully, aa uvcr.   

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