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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXIV IT OF STATE PAPERS SEWING i FOR TO FIELO HUE FR1Y Ex-Servicc Men of All Wats i Oklahoma to Get Man Pardon- Oil Writers Designate Fills Field As Holiest Spol in OP World Invited to Legion Post Occasion Friday. September 21. the Nor- man Howard post of the Ameri- ccl by Texas Governor For Barrow Betrayal ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1934 Chickasaws Endorse Howard- Wheeler Act: Organization Formed Governors Murray and Johnslon, Superintendent and Other Notables Participate in All Day Meeting of Tribe At Seely Chapel, Johnston Counly. NUMBER 28 sent 171 John Collier and his policy, es-t large sums w's onipeclally that embodied In the agreements Okl-i act of the last which Spanish-American wars. The ex-service men of all warf are Invited In come for as much thin- as they are able to be prt to enjoy the comradshlp and barbecue and to get acquainted with the new ofllct-rs of the N-ir- man Howard post. OTHERJffl A. B. MacDonald City Star Here On Activily Hy S. People who h their home for many years hax- had as a part of the l.ai-Kground of visions of Ihe cltv'M future the hope of a big "H develop- ment with Ada as Hie center and with i-lnstrrs of -iroiliicln- wells In several That was no Idle dream, us the present circumstances amply I prove, but a vision backed by tlielr faith that transmuted Into works and now Ada unil Pontoloc county are definitely on the oil maps of tin- giant petrol- eum Industry. The development of oil re- sources of this county has I.....n accompanied by many polnlments mingled with the for- ward steps that when a ma lor, development came many were j Mill unconvinced, and still are in that frame of mind, that Pun'o- toc coiintv has Slow to Itelleve Absence nf a rlp-rniirlng boo.u town atmosphere with sluunlay'Viftl-rnoon and" .-.nil seelhliig excitement a n d j Sunday thousands rnshlni; from all m _ j of life Into new "Eldorado i ,hp First: has tended to discount the.rapid Dr. C. C. Mor-l rll.nb of Ihe John Flits field OF GRAFT More Than Involved] Joe Bell Has Killed About Wolves in County This Year So Fnr In 36 Loans Made in Pontotoc County rly three heavily armed traveling automobile, expected 'to cross the line Into Oklalionia before noon. Methvln signed waivers of ex- tradition and agreed to return wltli the officers to Oklahoma to {stand trial. I "rin not utility." Methvln Sheriff T. Hughes officers 'a practically unanimous vote near "tin- close of the meeting. The attendance of tlie meeting was estimated at -100 or r.OO and Included all classes of Indians all the way from leaders In state af- fairs to full bloods from the hills who could not understand Eng- illsb. Hev. Nelfon Wolfe acted of interpreter and everything was features of the occasion was a report by C.ov Johnston covering all phases of Cblckasaw affairs and his admlu- Among other things he account of the litigation duo It under various with the government have never been fulfilled. It was stated that within the next 12 or 1R months a decision In ex- pected In several of these cases, which are being pushed by Wil- liam H. Fuller. Melvcn Cornish will be associated with him aftor January 1. Several million dollars ire Involved In these claims. A new will lie nmilu to secure com- lensatlon for tin- leased diatrlct that was taken from the Chlcka- and Choctaws In 18GK. ItesnliilloiiN A series of six resolutions was presented and adopted. Tin; first if these was an endorsement o f ommlssloner Collier and the Howard-Wheeler act and ex- pressed the desire of the tribe to share In the benefits of the new law and praising the Collier pro- Pontotoc county farmers were'' .loe F. Hull, who IK with the made 36 land bank and land Fulled States Illologlcal survey, bank commissioner loans amount- "Is duly being to exterminate'the during the six wolves and bobcats In Pontntoc oe- i...iieve iiievimade I'lnln to all. the} Theodore late, 10, Succumbs i Hunnl Laic Sunday Afternoon To Injuries irriim Milllil Funeral services for Theodore JTate, Id year old son of Mr. and .I.Mrs. Hoy Tate. who was Injured 'In an automobile accident late died at a at llcularly In the last few month" Into the spot niiiong M" Mate's newer fields. i lint Ilie Industry which In- volved billions of dollars in dril- ling, producing, pipelines, les, retail outlets, pouring Into transportation its very lift-blood, has been quick lo evaluate wha1 1 sands In I.lttle hope was held lor Theo- dore after physicians examined bis Injuries when he was hroughr to a hospital from tlie scene of the accident. Hay Stegall, superintendent of l.atta school. Is said to have picked Theodore up In his car while the boy was on Ills way 1 port, "and I don't lean convict me." I Identified ns slayer Sheriff Hughes said that lloyd and Sheriff Walters positively) Identified Metlivln as the man 1 who. with Clyde "arrow an d Parker, shot and killed Constable Cal Campbell at Com-1 ________ merce, Okla.. April C of this--------------------------------' i year. After killing Campbell, the. I shot and wounded Chief of; (Police lioyd, took him In their I automobile to within six miles of Fort Scotl, Kans.. and dump- ed him out on the highway. I Methvln. Sheriff Hughes de- clared, admitted being In the automobile with Harrow and the Parker woman but claimed that Harrow and the woman did the shooting. in the cari Fort as the Hide of In es the months period ending August 31. and Johnston counties, was 14. This report of loans made Ada today with two live wolves In this county has been received trapped Wednesday night on from the Federal Land Uank of Henn gan ranch nine miles Ichlta Allu- in nrltor that Hi.- f-irtiiers who! The wolves week before last SK Srss loans has been lllnn ndicated Naval Officer Re- ceived Commutioni on Foreign Sales CUBfi FIGURESlH PROBE indicated Munitions Firm Had Hand in Putting Present Government Into Power deb.t none of the made for more than 75 per cent of the appraised normal agricul- tural value, of thu farm property mortgaged. It Is pointed out. The report explains further that although the land bank had made farm mortgage loans total- Ing over J85.000.000 to farmers In Colorado, Kansas, New Mex- ico, and Oklahoma since the llrst of this year, these loans have not chickens. Mr. .Hell cays he has killed ap- proximately 75 wolves In this county this year. He has been at work In Johnston for about three years and has that territory pretty well cleaned up. The animals on display hero to day were timber wolves and con stated of a mother and her almost Brown offspring. gram. The second dwelt with the Increased the liuleht subject of relief so urgently need-; elinesg of these farmers. The rea- ed by many members of the tribe. Kon is because these farmers have especially the full bloods. It was, uged 99 uer cent of this pointed out thai due lo nalural tota) to pay old standln---: timidity the Indians were They aru about asserting themselves In the i these loans at a dlstrlbullon of relief work, hence it was recommended that a Hep- j (Continual! on rage 3. No. 2) I POLL 11 VOTE Appeals to Americans to Guard Yellow River. or FLOOD DIuASTER lower rate of interest for a long I p v Vote Exceeds That o term without having to pay cost-j1 nnt ly renewal charges every few years. Many There are an average of sever-1 al individuals In addition to the I farmer-borrower who benellt dl- Either Republicans Progressives 'et, MIl.WAUKKE, Sept. democratic state tick strongly In support of 1'resl rectly from the proceeds of tl Rp loans. These Individuals com- .otc i prise not only the principal ere Wisconsin primary, leavln iitors, but grocerymen, supply Against Infringements on Constitution Spreads Waters Over Farming Area to Ills holm on Highway When the Theodore to southwest of Adi' 1 2. car stopped out, Stegall the flinlliii; of uiisber 111'- southeast part of county means. The reri'iil huge iinnlversarv cdlllon of the (ill and .lour- wall until an approaching nal gave the story of the Fills jrar was past, then the hoy dart- field and a nummary of Its toward Ills home, neither lie logical Sinn-lure a prominent j stegall seeini: a second .M. place. Including pictures of Ili'-l in-hind because :ii 'lust. A. J. Harden hoinesti'ad and second car ran over the Mime of the formiitlons of Inflicting the lnj-iri.v  prodm-e the tua- 1tir part of the state's produc- tion allowable. Today A. IV McDonald of tin- Kansas City Star arrived In Ada In gather information for a hlu We took Uoyil about six miles of Hughes quoted him as sayln-.; Sept. 17 "and left him on the. Hide of Ilnliert It. .McCormlck. the highway." publisher of the Chicago Tribune Metlivln. the sheriff said, also i today In an address that I admitted heliiK In the automobile of trial by jury, jf, with Harrow and the. I'arker taxation hy congress, and woman when two Texas highway freedom of expression are being of fleers were shot ami killed Abridged or menaced. near flrapevlne. He claimed., to a constitution Of; merchants. Implement dealers, I doctors, and other business and i professional men, thus benefiting nearly everyone In. the community 'either directly or indirectly. I "It should be kept clearly in the new LaFollelte progresslv parly and the republicans behlni at the rate of about IS votes precinct. M1LWAFKEE. Sept. Democrats renomlnated Al I mind that the Federal Laud .Schmedeman In yestcr- The angry waiters of Hank, when making loans. Is not Jay's primary. Yellow river, ripping out dykes! disbursing the proceeds of appro- tht! democratic cubertiatorliil with a power man has been tin- prlatlons which need not be re- contest 2.HO preclnts gave: able to restrain, continued their) states the report. "Funds Schmdeiiinn William 11. murderous career today In the. which are lent must be collected, Hubln. Richard Lehmann. fertile valley which Is known as and must he repaid In accord- the however, that Harrow and for1 woman did the killing, had Tpon leaving the Caddo par- ish jail. Metlivln had nothing to say except In request the jailer to tell his mollu-r where he had gone. "If my mother comos, tell licr when- I Melhvln requested as he was led from the Caddo jail and started for Oklahoma. the nation's grnnary. Dispatcher from Sodden Hon- an province have not yet inaled the loss of life and vast property destruction In the cur- rent floods, hut reports which have filtered out Indicate an ctiis-y the situation and around wliiini account of th field, the genera the personalities will lie woven the field'.-! history. UNO RUSTED FOR SEPT. 1 Iday audience In Carpenters hall, [meeting place of the first contl- 'ncntal coirgress, to adhere to a 1 rluld Interpretation of the con- stitution. "More economic, social and other major calamity. moral progress has been made In Ijeports from Kalfeng descrlbfd 'America In less than a century as desperate the plight of tlious- land a half under the constitution of farmers In Ilnnan and than In the whole world In the j southern Hopel. where the entire course of recorded hid-; has reached a width of miles, said. lory." Col. McCormlck said. 'Dykes costing a year, Wlch- nominee, also without "This _progress has been made liave been swept Kansas, and slating the town- ran along with the .aside. Farms were Inundated to under What his coinint: means can iie gathered from the following 'n- leresllnii accoiinl "f Ilie veteran newspaperman given by f'liml Harrow, Iiaily OKlabomati oil edi- tor. In Ibis morning's column. "The Slush Veleinn Here ".lust as the Illd HouMahniil wns about to mill through the machine a lot of roimhnecklir- and rot abiml the "II Industry. A. It. Maclionald blew Into Ihe office wild his "P.y blvens. I'hl gla'l lo see you Tiiat may not mean a thing to r. mini In the oil industry. In't to miwspapermen in the south- west it means that work was to reuse anil list.-n. "1'nrle Marl-" is the second oldest active news- man In Ilie country In- doesn't like the term "newsman." lie Is a reporter and n couple of yeais was awarded the Pulitzer for solving a murder mys- tery at Amarillo. He Is "going on 74 vears." and Is a riinnerup for a ilnlehoiise reporter at Salt Lake flly. who Is 1 vears old. "I'licle" Mack" came down here a few years ago to see Ihe WIU Mart- SiiilIU: he returned many times to wa'ch and write about the eiirrnachment of derricks within the city limits of Okla- homa City. He thriingb Seinliiole in Ihe muildv days and was In we.st Texas when Car! C'roiiiwell completed the discovery In the HI- Lake deep area of Heagan county. He was In Sinackover before that so. he's not new to the oil country. His Interestliii; stories during tin- many years he bus been with Kan-.is City Star have covered every phase of development the "great sontbwe.st for score of County In Harrow, in addition, had Hie following say III the day's re- port on the Flits field: "Only one oil field was being talked "about In state oil circles Monday: It was the John Flits M-ctor of southern Pontotoc coun- ty where the third Wilcox gusher was completed late Sun- day." And from Ihe Tulsa World, lo- cated In the "Oil Capital of the World." comes the folio w I n g from the typewriter of Paul Hell- (Continued on Paso 'li No. i MIAMI. Sepl. IS- Henry Metlivln. asserted compan- ion of Clyde llarro-.v and I'. Parker, slain soillliwes'.ern periuloes. was lodte-l todav In a county jail -viiili- nft'lrlals prepared to file i-bavg.-s against him In the slaying of Cal Camphell of Commerce last spring. Officers armed with m.lcliipe unns eonvoyeil the pri.ioit-T in-re yesterday from shrev-jporl. La., "where .Metlivln wa< arrc.Ui d when lie entered th-- iherirfs i.-f- flce to claim the olo'.li -s of liiir- row and the womiiii. Police Chief Perrv iioy-l of Commerce Identified M e t h v i n. Harrow, and Honnle Partc-r the three who kldnapi-d him er shouting down Campbell. Vl.e slaying occurred when the out- laws were freeing their car fnuii a inudhole n.-ar Commerce. Lonnie Howe, whose home base has not been located by city of- ficers, was arrested at a farm- house north of Tutlle Sunday and brought to Ada to charges of si'Coud degree i lary. liichard Hill of Ada bad ready I.....n arrested by thf police t'liey Investigated HIP bur fact burg- thi! constitution and be- cause of the. constitution. "Do not let men coming In a Trojan horse with pretended gifts take It away from you." The publisher asserted that the constitution and bill of rights are now derided by "powerful men who write the laws for con- gress to pass without consider- ation and who claim that with the aid of complacement judges ance with the terms of the bonds nomination precincts which the hank sells to obtain gavu: Philip LaFollettn rJO.Vjr.; the funds which It lends." Henry O. Melsel .fi.OKO. Applications for loans from the For the republican nomltuulon land bank at Wichita are made for governor precincts cave through the secretary treasurer Howard T. C.reene Bred of the local national farm loan n. Zimmerman, James N. association serving the territory TItlemore H.719. wherein Is located Oie farm se- Zimmerman conceded Creenes ctirlty Farmers Jot knowing nomination. the name and address of the sec- Senator K o h e r t i.al'o'lctte. retary-treasurer to whom they without opposition, polled 107.- rlvl'rlmay make application, may oh- votes In precincts. John by writing 11. Chappie, republican senatorial opposition, republican a depth of 10 feet, and many persons were drowned. More than a hundred million Chinese-live on the plain which the river winds and which according to legend Is vis- ited by major floods at 40 year Intervals, with smaller ones In between. The Yellow river has taken ship and range In which the land ticket, on which they wish a loan is sit- uated. 5 MILLION CftTTLE Ilargaln Peptem- as lary of the St. .lor House on West Main her 1. Practically all of the stolen articles, Inrlmllng pistols and Jackets, were recovered here and at Maud. LOGIN SEEKS TO IE Ills vole In 2.101 pre- John M. Callahan held a lead over his nearest rival for thu democratic senatorial nomination. The vote In t.reclncls Callahan I K.I fid; Francis B. Mc- Cl.arles K. Hum- mersley, W. Mrs. Ortrmle Howie.' 21.- 014. WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. Testimony that Foilcra UUiora-' orles, Inc.. of Pittsburgh, n-ml commissions to I.lent.-Com. Jainim rl. Strong for Colombian Kovern- inent orders he procured for the company while he was still tin officer In tin- United Stule.i i-.wvV was Introduced Into the senate munitions committee. Strong dlil not resign fr.im Mm United Stolen navy until Febru- ary 13. 19S4. Jolin W. presldont or Federal LatuwAjbrles. tcstlflnil h" aid on sales for three ihiK-a dtirlni? 1932 and 1JI33. StroiiK now Is In clinrKc of aviation In Colombia. The testimony followed frcnh talk of Rraft In munitions deal- ings In South America ibo" Issuance by the committee -.f a- statement asking citizens of- South America to undorrUml that the alms of the committee, was to promote peace by rtlsolcis- Inp the dealings of the url munitions Industry. It said committee was not dealing morals of nations. The committee's Htatcnicnt the Investigators wnnli'd citizens of South America 'to der.stiind that It affords no ple.is-! urn to this conimlttei- to force; out the truth concerning all Ilieso transactions of North American! companies. "The methods which the arms. makers and arum sellers lo pormotc high-price hostlllllen may easily becomo a menace to the peace of nations In every' of the It added. "We have made an honest effort 'lo got at the facts, and. we Imvc. spared no American company wlilch linn Indicted -Itself from Its own records. "We hare not spared .Bitro- pean makers or sellers where ihb Irtith available to us liiTplv-.vI tl em. We ask the citizens of h'ouih Amurlca to unilcrstaiiil that peace can only come will; com- plelo frankness." thu; un- OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. (.IV- State Senator P.TVid M. Lo- of said today he would ask the fifteenth legisla- ture to approve constitutional amendments to make the ftT FROTILIE FAYF.TTF.VILLK. Ark.. Sep'. 11 today had ended the career of Dr. II. It. Cockrell. presltient of William Woods college of Fulton. Mo., and wide- ly known figure In educational ninl law circle.-i of Texas and Miperintendency an appointive and to provide for "non- litical" hoards of control for Dr. Cockrell died here last state night at a Fayettevllle where he had 1.....n receiving treatment for the past three days] strangers were charged with Chi- na's misfortunes, and the armies of the C.reat Powers were I brought to the gates of Peking I (now Pelplng) lo rescue diplo- mats besieged by Hie boje's. Ill the Yangtze Kla Ig, to Ihe south, took -on estimated 2riti.oon lives. Two years later. In August. the Yellow river claimed another 50.000. The Yellow river. miles long, flows from Tibet to the Yellow sea. The river 1ms built up a bed of silt that lifts It In places above the level of the val- ley through which It flows. pol of about a AFSTIN. Tex.. Sept. 17.- r.overnor Miriam A. Ferguson to- day submitted to the Texa.- legis- lature a bill to extend regulatory powers of the Texas railroad commission to refined products derived from crude oil. Enactment of the hill was ask- ed by the commission as a nec- essary In efforts to regulate proil-iction In the East Texas oil field. A Travis county district court recently ruled the commis- sion was without statutory auth- ority to enforce orders It had promulgated which required ten- ders far the movement of crude products. The commission wa i njolned from enforcing tl.J der against refiners. TERRAPIN DERBY for circulatory obstruction In the Fnlverslty of Oklahoma and lefl leg. Oklahoma A. and M. college. Dr. Cockrell bad been presl- Logan said he planned a reso- Of Missouri college lutlon sponsoring the creation of He served as may- a "non-political" state board of or of Fort Texas, for two terms from to and In was named president of tin1 League of Texas .Municipalities. The department of government itt Texas Christian university. Fort Worth, was established by Dr. Cockrell. He served as a member of the Institution's fac- ulty for 22 years. Funeral services [or Dr. rell will be held at Wlnslow Heights, the Cockrell summer, home at Wlnslow. Ark.. Saturday morning at !l o'clock with the 1 Rev. William Cockrell Jones -if of ducatlon. which would have the power to appoint the state super- intendent. His ultimate hope, he said, was to guarantee to faculty members of state schools and college.'. "steady stale merit basis. -k I service." on TEXIS BTTRCK tabulation showing Texas gest center of operation with heiiil bought Secretary Wallace Mnrhlne Impiiitfil there. disclosed oi.ly yesterday that buying Is "V by ably ended within two to permit concentration on program of feed clearance de- signed to expedite the menls at feeds from areas oi plenty lo denuded secllons. Mil BEPOSITI TO GET OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. seventh dividend of r. per cent amouitlng to will be paid'to depositors of the Security when ct I State Hank of Ada, September 15, Violence i Commissioner HAIILINCEN. Tex.. Sept. K.-- protest demanding Him I the cotton bill Ininiedl- made Inoperative, sign- prominent lilo ley civic leaders, was enrouy; to President Uoosevelt today as- the r.ltermath to tin armed display by llangervllle farmers. Incensed at what they said wiui an attempt of the fi-'eral govern- ment to tax cotl-ii. growers through the Hankhead bill, two carloads of liangervllle farmers, carrying shotguns and rifles, started to San Itenlto to demand tax exemption cerllflcales from Ihe county agent's office. Civic leaders who baited them said they were angered at the de- lays which caused losses to them cotton dropped In price, was prevented when tin farmers were persuaded to re- The payment will turn to their homes and later WASHINCTON. Sopt. The scnale munitions was told today that foreign liltf- chlne guns had been Imported and sold without restriction In this country. Other Ktntements about -.viilcil testimony circled Included: That Lleut.-Com. James H? Strong of the Fulled Stales navy received commissions for muni- tions sales ho mnile to the Co- lombian government while still In the navy. Thai Federal Inc. 'mil engaged In lobbying In Mate, and national capitals to prevent legislation against the -of tear John W.I.YotuiB. president: lif. the Federal Laboratories, more than 100 foreign michlno guns had been Imported thin year and some of the sold by a N-5W Yorii Importer without restrict- ion. Captain Huns Tausclirr. a former Herman 'military attach.1, who was expelled by I'rctldunt Wilson durlns the World war. was dBKcrlbed In testimony as Hie Importer. OKLAHOMATCITV. SepT. A. Overstreet, sen'tencpd lo life In stale's penitentiary for the fatHl H. I'. Kimey. Pawhuska storekeeper, ten yearn ago. was paroled today by Murray. .llm Illglieni-fs Knlry Wins An- nual Tournament al I'ouca I'lly PONCA CITY. Okla.. Sept. 17 terrapin, "Jackass." won the annual 101 ranch terrapin derby and ?7." Sunday. Two entries owned by Charles Price, Ponca City, were second and third. The rodeo and derby were not in the spectacular style of a few- years ago when prizes ran Into the thousands of dollar) but sev- ral hundred attended. OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 17. per cent" of Oklaho- ma's beer dispensers were noiinceil by Chairman Melven Cornish of the tax commission us "attempting to throw the state Dallas officiating. From there, the body will he taken to Fort Worth, Texas, for burial. Ser- vices will he held In Fort Worth Sunday nt Texas Christian uni- versity, while memorial the body but "was doing well for, men. Alfalfa a man his age." i Water ran several Inches deep! KILLED IN WKtUK j of Tain "ell In'a short per-1 Woman of Injuries Siiffeix-d; lod. The heavy rain was not I When fur Mi-Ikes Inick widespread although skies threat- Ty p t C.'t? Cari'ton. 28. fell In those two cities. It was In the Elk City area accident that a disastrous flood claimed; a mlles West number of lives several Elk f da5 'from a n ght In an months Ion HUhwa} i TO on ACT HOUDENVILLE, Sepl. The East, Central conference foot- ball schedule waa arranged at n business meeting here last night and James Frazlcr of Wewoka was re-Olected president. D. Mitchell of H o I <1 c n v I I I e waa named vice president anil D. p. Klrkland of Maud secretary- treasurer. ago before the summer "The commission will conlln-' ter. Dura Louise Cockrell of I- li- ne." he added, "to eiiforce the ton. and son, of law as II has In the past." j Washington. C all of whom .Violations consist principally with several friends were of the salt! of "spiked" beer: bedside during his beer of more than alcoholic ronlenl; leading the buyer Is Illegally plain booll the. legal sale of bet.r to believe It and just at his Illness. No hurricanes or floods should he scheduled during October. the lied Cross people will he away at a convention In Toklo. bunch of farmers to pill fire In a very cIMfled cycle. Officer Howard Luffy ....._ was rid- ing Ihe motorcycle when It burst the Ing automobilo. Mrs. Paul Toage. Into flames near the Tex., 15._ A demand for repeal of the Hank- head cotton act by congress, or mlnn of Hnforcement for early to- another year by President Itoose- received last veil was contained In a re.olu- 1 lion Introduced In the Texas Ken- by T _, Holbrook of; Galveston. i The resolution, referred to a rsss: hy of Carlton, of an approach- w h o was the house put'un- ii resolution. In representatives, which would call on the Ijillted farmers' market. Heron- firemen arrived, no hospital. Ihe farmers had extinguished the' flames with corn husks and bin- lap sacKS. Mm PlLIll TOBge, W II o ntin wiut.ii ,.i...... the Carltont, and her Stales nsU- busbanil. remained In an El Re, tute proceedings to have It de- Iclarcd unconstitutional. Greatest returns for tlie amount I (invested News Clanalflcd Ads. I: Slate To Market OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. 19 state went to mar- ket todav and 1KS.SOO pounds of assorted. beans. 408.000 pounds of sugar. '.Ti.ooo pounds of hominy. I pounds of oatmeal. 21.COO pounds of peas. cases of condensed milk. The Kiipplles for liunatcH aim employes of 21 state Institu- tions for the six months period beginning Ocotber 1 were 15 to 2o per cent higher than at the last purchase, nald Hugh Atikew of the Btate board of at-, fairs.   

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