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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Ada, Oklahoma The legislature is enacting a Bill that gives a Board the Power to fix hours and wages. Just what will happen when the Boss can t dig up the wages is something else to consider fair warmer in North and West portions tonight tuesday partly Cloudy warmer in East portion. The Ada evening news Ada the marketing Center for Southeastern Oklahoma volume Xxxiv number 32ada, Oklahoma monday april 19, 1937 three cents the copy to establish agreed that shipments of munitions and men shall be halted quiet on fronts operations around Bilbao halt loyalists Advance in Teruel area in Union War slaying plot by the associated press insurgent besiegers of Bilbao Drew their lines today for renewal of their offensive after warning the Basque government that 500 artillery pieces were lined up to Shell the City a defences. Although communiques from Headquarters of insurgent general Emilio Mola reported preparations to close the 20-mile Gap which separates his army from the besieged blockaded and near starving City basques declared the interruption meant the drive was a permanently British foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the House of commons that the government was investigating reports that Poison Gas had been shipped from Hamburg Germany to Spain. Speaking a few hours before the scheduled launching of a unique International patrol of Spain by 27 member nations of the no intervention committee. Eden also disclosed that insurgent general Francisco Franco had notified London his forces would a intensify their mine laying at certain Bay of Biscay Points. The British freighter Thorpe Hall successfully ran the insurgent a blockade a arriving at the port of Musel in Oviedo province under the Protection of three British destroyers. Musel is the port for Gijon about 140 Miles West of Bilbao. The British government assuring Protection to its merchant shipping on the High seas but not within the three mile limit of the port of Bilbao has said its Rule applied to a a local situation there where it maintained the Harbor was dangerously mined. Basques protest president Juan Antio Aguirre of the Basque government was reported to have protested against what he called a a baldwins a he told British consular officials the port was not mined and that Long Range coast artillery had prevented the insurgents from establishing an effective blockade. Near the Basque War zone non intervention officials toured the Frontier posts to oversee preparations for the combined land and sea patrol of Spain which starts at Midnight tonight. Neutrality committee agents on the French and portuguese frontiers were ready to begin enforcement of the committee s embargo against further men and munitions. Great Britain France Germany and Italy assembled 60 War vessels to take up patrol stations on the Spanish coasts. A new Effort to land food directly at Bilbao was foreseen when the British freighter Sara Stone arrived at Bordeaux France to have her food cargo checked by the neutrality patrol. The Sara Stone was one of several British freighters prevented last week by insurgent War vessels from putting in at Bilbao. Loyalists Advance advices from Madir said government troops were driving Forward in the Teruel sector in a double threat to Pinch off the Easterly insurgent valiant which has menaced the temporary capital at Valencia since the Early Days of the civil War. A proclamation by Gen. Franco broadcast from Salamanca appealing for Unity among his followers was hailed in insurgent Spain As a virtual declaration of dictatorship. It was generally believed Franco would attempt to Mould his divergent followers among whom there were reports of dissension recently into a new a nationalist Larkin Baker Curley haired Coal Miner was unconcerned above As he told members of the Senate civil liberties committee that he acted for the chief Deputy sheriff of Harlan county ky., in hiring a Man to dynamite Union organizer Lawrence Dwyer. Part of the labor strife in the Harlan Coal Fields the murder attempt failed. Martin announces allegations filed with labor relations Board no word Frow food intimates sympathy strike May be called because of Canadian Row former attorney general of Oklahoma found dead in hotel room weather sunday maximum 83, minimum 49 degrees. Monday 12 30 p. In. Temperature 73 degrees. Oklahoma fair warmer in North and West portion tonight tuesday partly Cloudy warmer in East portion. Arkansas mostly Cloudy tonight and tuesday warmer in North and Central portions tuesday. East Texas mostly Cloudy tonight and tuesday warmer in Northwest portion tonight. Moderate Southeast winds on the coast. West Texas generally fair tonight and tuesday warmer in North portion tonight. Kansas fair to partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday slightly warmer in Southwest portion tonight cooler tuesday in Northwest. Missouri fair tonight tues Day increasing cloudiness with slightly warmer in extreme South portion. Oklahoma City april 19.�? a funeral arrangements for s. P. A a Prince Freeling 64, former Oklahoma attorney general were postponed today until word is received from his sister mrs. Margaret Baj of Bellagio Italy. Mrs. Baj is the Only immediate relative surviving. Eloise Watkins a negro maid found Freeling dead from a cerebral Haemorrhage in his hotel room Here yesterday. Acting Coroner Carl Traub said he apparently died at 9 p. In. Saturday night. Ben Brick Wall a Friend said Freeling apparently was Well when they parted saturday night after a Days fishing. Freeling was elected attorney general in 1914 and re elected in 1918. He resigned in 1922 to represent Oklahoma in a red River Boundary dispute with Texas and won for the state a strip of land a mile wide and 109 Miles Long. Before that time he served As Pottawatomie county attorney in terms beginning in 1902, 1904 and 1912. In 1934, he was unsuccessful in a Campaign for congressman at Large. He prosecuted a murder charge against mrs. Clara Smith Hamon in the death of Jake l. Hamon Republican National committeeman. Mrs. Hamon was acquitted. He devoted his later life to the practice of Law Here and was widely known for his oratorical ability. He was born Jan. 15, 1873, at Mcnairy station Tenn., and obtained his Early education at Union University a. After working As a Railroad brakeman for a Short time he entered Harvard University was graduated with a Bachelor of arts degree then attended the Southern Law College at Nashville Tenn. He came to Oklahoma in 1900, was admitted to the bar and began practice of Law at Shawnee. Besides his sister the survivors Are an Uncle c. H. Freeling Oklahoma City and three cousins mrs. W. M. York and John Freeling Oklahoma City and mrs. Minta Young Ardmore. Washington april 19�?up a Homer Martin president of the United automobile workers said today the Law had discussed with National labor relations Board officials issuance of complaints against Henry Ford. Earlier Martin told reporters charges of discrimination and intimidation already had been filed at the boards Detroit office. But in a late talk with newsmen he said he was not sure that the complaint actually had been filed. Martin said the Law had a plenty of evidence against Ford. He declined to disclose details. Martin flew Here from Detroit today to discuss with the . Executive Board the strike at general motors plants at Oshawa Ontario and plans to organize the Ford motor company Plant. Plans ready a we already have drawn up plans for organization of Ford workers a Martin said a probably the Only thing we will vote on is a sympathy strike at general motors plants in this Martin declined to forecast what the Board would do or express a personal opinion As to the advisability of a second series of strikes in United states plants of general motors. Lewis meanwhile met in Washington with leaders of the Law to outline plans for organizing the Ford motor company workers. Ford is the Only major producer who so far has not negotiated with the Law. Would Cost state $2,000,000 to build Cement Plant committee told death sought t Wilbur Lee Heads 5 Tulsa okla., april 19 a he a Wilbur p. Lee of Ada was elected grand master of the grand Council of Royal and select master masons of Oklahoma today at a meeting of 300 York rite masons from every part of Oklahoma. Other grand Council officers elected and installed today Robert he Phinney Muskogee Deputy grand master Richard e. Newhouse Tulsa grand principal conductor of work John w. Barber Nonman grand treasurer Walter m. Rainey Atoka grand chaplain of the guard James a. Latham Muskogee grand recorder Charles g. Watson Al Reno grand conductor of the Council Hayward ii. Skaggs Enid grand marshal. Man hijacked at Harden City sunday night county officers Are investigating the hijacking Early sunday night of g. W. Cradduck at Harden City. The two men reported to have done the hijacking got about $8.00. According to Cradduck a account As Given to the officers one Man held a gun on him while the other searched him and took the Money. Kansas City april 19 a up a determination to exact two outlaws lives for that of one a Man was expressed today by fellow agents of Wimberly w. Baker shot fatally Friday in a Topeka Post office gunfight. Dwight Brantley head of the Kansas City office of the Federal Bureau of investigation said Alfred Power and Robert Suhay new York gunmen would be arraigned during the Day before Patrick w. Croker u. S. Commissioner in Kansas City Kas. A absolutely a Brantley said to an inquiry whether the death penalty would be sought for Power and Suhay. S. S. Alexander United states attorney at Topeka planned to Issue murder warrants against the pair also accused of the $18,000 robbery of a Bank at Katonah n. Y. Brantley said both men arrested by a country sheriff at Plattsmouth neb., Friday night after they shot their Way out of a trap in the Topeka Post office were paroled convicts. A another parole Board made a mistake for which agent Baker paid with his life a Brantley said. Baker s body was in route to his former Home at Yuma ariz., accompanied by his father state senator h. H. Baker of Yuma. He died in a Topeka Hospital. Brantley said Power and Suhay were a apparently unaffected when informed of bakery a death. Oklahoma City april 19�? Cpin a Senate committee investigating Road material prices was told today by two engineering experts it would Cost the state Between $2,000,000 and $2,500,-000 to erect a Cement Plant at Stringtown sub prison. George r. Nielson new York Engineer for f. L. Smidth and company Cement Plant engineers termed As a a useless an attempt to build a state Cement Plant with $100,000, the amount of an appropriate for a Cement Plant contained in a Bill passed by the Senate. W. A. Swegman Lehigh okla., who described himself As a Cement Plant Engineer recently returned from Russia declared he believed a state Cement Plant would pay for itself in two years at the current Cement Price of $2.32 a barrel charged the state Highway commission. Swegman estimated the Cost to the state of manufacturing Cement at $1.10 a barrel. Nielson said his figures showed the average Cost throughout the nation was $1.17 a barrel. Swegman estimated it would Cost the state $2,000,000 to build a Plant capable of manufacturing 1.000,000 barrels of Cement a year. Nielson estimated $2,500,000 As the Cost of building a Plant Ca Pable of turning out 1,200,000 barrels a year. Ample material available f. C. Wood University of Oklahoma geologist Anet Roscoe Clark of Tulsa who told the committee he was in the Oil business both testified they found at Stringtown a a unlimited quantities of Limestone and other materials needed for Cement manufacture. Wood said near the Stringtown location were huge quantities o Coal which would furnish the fuel needed for Cement manufacture. A this would provide that hardhat Industry with a pretty Good Market a Wood said. The committee was seeking to determine if the state could save Money by building its own Plant. The committee is investigating reports of a a Cement Trust operating in the state to hold up the Price of Cement. Waiting to appear before the committee this afternoon were m. O. Mathews of Ada superintendent of a Cement Plant there and p. R. Chamberlin of Dewey superintendent of a Dewey Plant. Mathews attorney j. F. Mckee is a former member of the state Highway commissions Quot the three men were excluded from the committee room while the investigators questioned the other witnesses this morning. Legislature digs into mass of unfinished work l baseball american league Philadelphia 02 Washington _. Of Smith and Brucker Cascarella and Hogan. National league first game Philadelphia 8 0 Boston _ 4 i Johnson and Wilson Bush and Lopez. Second game Philadelphia 0 Boston 0 Walters and Atwood Macfayden and Lopez. Osaka april 19 a Ltd it a grieving because an a chivalrous thief stole 200 yen $56 from miss Helen Keller an Anonymous japanese vindicated National Honor today by leaving a gift of 250 yen at miss Keller a hotel. Warmer weather due Oklahoma City april 19�? a ply Harry Wahlgren Federal weather observer predicted state temperatures would climb into the 80�?Ts today and higher tomorrow. He said no rain or dust is expected. High temperature Here sunday was 73 degrees. Mcalester reported a Trace of rain. Leader of Senate opposition says such Compromise would win Washington april 16�?it a a Leader of the Senate opposition to the Roosevelt court Bill said today the measure would pass if the president would accept two instead of a potential six additional supreme court justices. The senator who asked not to be quoted by name said a modification would win Over enough democrats who want to a get rights with their party Leader and their constituents to pass the Bill. It was the first time any of the leading opponents of the hotly contested measure had agreed it could be enacted with a provision for an increase in the size of the supreme court. Opposition leaders heretofore have insisted they had a solid Block of 43 votes against the Bill a and that no measure could pass the Senate with that Many fighting opponents. The Senate judiciary committee resumed hearing testimony today under an agreement to continue for a week or ten Days. The opposition presented Alan Lin Burg. New York lawyer. Labors non partisan league will hold mass meetings tonight in 26 cities in support of the Bill. George l. Berry league president and attorney general Cummings will give nationwide radio addresses. Some of the principal foes still were undecided today whether it would be better strategy for them to vote to Cut Down the number of new justices or to oppose any Compromise and Force a vote on the Bill As it stands. The measure would permit the appointment of six new justices unless members Over 70 retire a Strong bloc in the Senate judiciary committee composed of the noncommittal members already was on record As favouring Compromise. Wearing of a Mother Hubbards part penalty for Granite fugitives Berlin. April 19 a a German secret police arrested approximately 40 members of t h e jewish by Nai brith Lodge in Early morning raids on the Homes of Many members today. Officials refused to give any reason for the raids. At least one woman was reported among those taken into custody. The by Nai brith unlike some lodges has never been dissolved officially. Simultaneously with the raids jewish organizations succeeded in having a recently effected 60-Day ban on jewish meetings raised for language courses athletic training and performance of the jewish Kultur round approved by the nazi special commissioner. Jury docket1 turned out to be non jury there began monday morning in District court what had been announced As two weeks of civil jury docket but within a Short time it became evident that it is a non jury docket after All. None of the cases went to the jury. Instead some were stricken some passed to a later term a number had jury trial waived and will be left to decision of judge Tai Crawford. Granite april 19�? put a two recaptured fugitives from Granite reformatory were measured for a Mother Hubbards today and assigned to Wear them in convicts mess As punishment for their flights last Friday. The two both trustees when they escaped Are George Lane 20, captured two Miles West of Hobart okla., and Louis Campbell 23, apprehended at Vernon tex., yesterday. Warden Fred Hunt said they would lose their privileges and Good behaviour credits. Deputy Warden l. V. Warlick said they would be required to Wear the a Mother Hubbards five Days. When returned to the reformatory. The two were put on display in the Rotunda wearing Only their trousers. Clothes besides figuring in their punishment also figured in their capture. Hunt said lanes Trail was picked up at Lone Wolf eight Miles East of Here after reports were received clothing was stolen. Near Altus okla. A Farmer found a prison shirt after missing a shirt and a pair of shoes from his Home. Campbell entered prison feb. 14, 1935, from Choctaw county to serve five years on a charge of larceny of a horse. Lane was committed april 3, 1935, for five years from Leflore county on a charge of larceny of livestock. Hunt said the two were the first to flee the prison and remain at Large overnight or longer in the More than two years he has been Warden. In Wethy Pool Phillips no. 2 Cravens 13-5-5, producer Skelly gets big Well an impressive showing is that being made by a Well extending the Wetley Pool to the northward. Phillips no. 2 Cravens so so be of 13-5-5, drilled into the basal Hunton had Oil Rise 800 feet in the Hole. Swabbed Down Oil Rose about too feet in an hour and operators estimated that it would make too barrels a Day natural flow. They plan to Aci Dize the Well tuesday in an Effort to increase the flow. One of the biggest recent potential showings in the Fitts Field is that of Skelly no. 4 Ingram so so new of 23-2-7 and a North Edge producer of the Northeast trend. The Well in the Hunton Lime made a potential rating of 5,086.40 barrels. Skelly has several rigs building in the Fitts Field including the no. 3 Akers. Sew be and no. 4 Akers so sane of 36-2-6, and the no. La metropolitan sese so of 23-2-7. All to be Hunton Wells. Three Wells Are drilling now in the Sulphur Graben. Rosenthal no. I Howell in 34-1-n-1e, was at 2,500 feet monday. Ben russells test in 9-3s-2e was at 1,750 feet and the Owens no. I Frier in 34-1n-3e, at 500 feet. Big appropriation Bills still await action of both houses tix Bills delayed Daniel presses for passage of letters continue to pour into fre schoo textbook Home Mattson blames Ujj easy paroles _ Oklahoma City april 19�? Tacoma. Wash., april 19�?cpamp a legislators chafing at their a or. W. W. Mattson revealed to reduced pay of $2 a Day and Day new threats have been made anxious to get Back Home were against members of his family t growing ready today to adjust but he expressed Confidence his their differences on major reve sons Kidnap Slayer soon would nue and appropriation measures a ,. I i and Point for final adjournment the father of slam Charles within two or three weeks. Mattson to. Said lives of Muriel j four of he b t Bills Are in sir Yeitz i daughter a i the conference committee the William 16. His remaining son. An both been threatened. He s35 00.0 00< he Vay re Nua an expressed belief the threats were from in the first interview granted since Charles body was found in an Everett wash., Thicket Jan. La or. Mattson disclosed the threats came in the flood of letters delivered at his Home every Day since the kidnapping last dec. 27. The last it was Learned was made less than two weeks ago. A they worry mrs. Mattson a the physician said a but i am confident they Are simply the work of Cranks who write letters to everyone whose name temporarily is news. Undoubtedly they represent the criminal element which walks our Street every Day As a potential menace to every search for kidnapper continues to citation note Issue the 2 per cent sales tax the Chain store graduated tax Bill and the Meas ure to continue the 3-cent Cigar Ette tax. One of the biggest Bills remain my to be passed on by the sen ate is the $12,600,000 a year com school appropriation. The Senate also has the departmental appropriation Bill while the larger institutional appropriation measure has not yet been brought up in the House. House amendments to the min i mum wage maximum hour Bill sent it Back to the Senate for concurrence. The Senate Revenue and taxation committee has recommended increasing motor vehicle License fees about one fourth and body of Sli Man t Crescent april 19.�? cd a the family of Russell Shore 38, Kansas City credit company representative awaited today the return of his body found yesterday in a drainage ditch near Archie mo., after a three weeks search. Samuel Shore the dead Many a father and two Brothers Victore Shore of Conroe tex., and Leland Shore of Arkansas City Kas., who directed the search for the body were expected to return Here today according to mrs. Ward Bost of Chicago a sister. Shore s body was found by or. And mrs. Byron Larkey of Archie with Bullet wounds in the Chest and shoulder. He had been missing since March 30, shortly after he left Kansas City for a scheduled trip through Eastern Kansas and Western Missouri. Larkey and his wife were fishing when they saw the body. He waded into the Witch and brought it to the Bank then notified authorities. Shore was bareheaded but fully clothed. He had no Money but wore a wrist watch. An automobile key and papers were found in a coat pocket. In addition to his parents the two Brothers and sister. Shore is survived by eight other Brothers Maurice Howard Neil Virgil and Marian Shore All of Crescent Earl and Hugh Shore Chicago and Harold Shore Lawton. What to do plenty of controversy was Indi he admitted each threatening rated in both houses on Tho letter is carefully scrutinized by i change would hit Tho Federal Bureau of investigation j pocket books of half a million agents some 40 of whom Are still j oklahoman. The House passed stationed in Tacoma. Refusing to j the Bill with no increases in priv disclose actual Progress of the ate car rates but with some and j Hunt for Charles killer he said a i have great Hope we will get i a a break in the search soon and be Able to put these murderers _ out of Washington april 19�?up j apparently certain More than a receipts from Sale of principal one person participated in the farm products in Oklahoma in crime blamed easy eluding government payments parole systems for the kidnapping operated amusement and vending increased from $8,419,000 in feb and asserted Tacoma Slack of Po-1 machines and punch boards to Mary 1936. To $9,853,000 in feb j lice Protection was responsible j furnish funds for Purchase of free Mary 1937, the Bureau of Agri a for the selection of his son As a textbooks for Grade and High cultural economics said in a re-1 victim. School pupils. Port a criminals should be treated As i rep. Stokes love county and total receipts for january and we do medical cases a he said. J rep. Hopper Comanche county february. 1937, decreased How-1-lepers Are isolated permanent authors of a rival textbook Bill fort i by in Leper colomes but even a i were ready to offer an Amend for the same period in 1936. The t Leper is not As dangerous to so total for the two months in 193< piety As this kidnapping Type of uric coi re period in criminal. You can recognize a 1930, a 1,030,000. Leper but the Man who walks government payments for Jan unnoticed beside you in the Street just ments upward and downward in the various tick classifications. Textbook Bill next the House was ready to resume debate on speaker j. To Daniels proposal to tax Coin uary february 1937 amounted to May be a criminal. $4,108,000 and for toe same per ,4t. _ a a Iod in 1936 to $194,000. I i belie a he men who kid from sales of crops in i aped by son watched the House Oklahoma in february 1937 was for nearly a week before the ment to the Daniel Bill which would Send the Revenue estimated variously at $1,000,000 to $2,-000,000 a year into the general Revenue fund. Daniels Bill would place the Money in a special textbook fund. A companion Bill would appropriate $1,000,000 a year for Pur Given As $1,520,000, a compared coma 11 a shameful that Tacoma Jathas it of books Ith with $2,079,000 in february 1936 to $1,304,000 in february 1935, and to $3,502,000 in february 1934. Livestock and livestock products receipts for the state in february 1937, amounted to $5,-287,000 in february 1936. To no new is not Well enough policed to pre ,. Vent such a crime or to allow and tons. A athe rival measure Calls for a capture of the criminals. If officers had been Able to isolate the Peninsula on which my Home is situated with a few minutes after the kidnapping they might $500,000 annual appropriation with 20 per cent new adoptions each year. A conference committee on the two per cent sales tax scheduled have saved Charley but what _ $6,340,000, in february 1935, to can you do with Only four prowl tentatively to meet tomorrow $5,957,000. And in february 1934, cars0 in thresh out differences on to $3,028,000. A criminals know Tacoma so How the Revenue will be spent. The receipts from sales of All lice Force is the most Underman j senator e. P. Hill of Mcalester principal farm products in okla Ned on the coast. That a Why this j u to inserted an amendment pro homa for february 1937, was re town has been the site of two a i a iding that All funds above 3 per ported As $6,807,000 As compared Jor kidnappings with $8,419,000 for february a a 1936 $7,261,000 for february 1935, and $6,530,000 for february 1934. The Bureau reported that the National Cash receipts for marketing of principal farm products nation a Supply co. Executive Deau cent for collection should go to the Public welfare pension fund predicted the conference would agree on that amendment. The House set aside 47 per cent of the Revenue for the general Revenue fund. House conferees Are expected to wage a fight on the Senate in february this year were High t1rt Ca okla april 19 w or than in february last year it a i a a a i gaining 12 per cent the total in a j Dawson 57. Vice present amendment proving that 7 per come for farm marketing in the oath National Supply company cent of the 9, per cent shall be nation in february this year was died in Kansas City today used for administering the old Given As $504,000,000. I Quot add Een a leading figure in mid age pensions and Grants to de for individual states the Bu-1 continent Oil affairs. ,. Pendent children and needy Reau said total Cash receipts including government payments during the first two months this year were larger than during the same period in 1936 in All but four new England states and in Missouri Nebraska North Carolina and Oklahoma. Oklahoma s gain for february As compared with february last year was 17 per cent the smallest gain in the South Central state Section. A in Oklahoma the Mailer receipts from sales of farm products this february were More than offset by the $3,000,000 received in government payments this year compared with no payments in february last year the Bureau said. Tulsa gets meet Minneapolis. A James l. Dwyer fingerprint expert for the state crime Bureau would like to find his stolen automobile to Check it for fingerprints that is if he could find his fingerprint outfit which also was stolen. Tulsa. April 19�?up�? Tulsa was picked for the Eastern division tournaments of the sooner soft Ball association for the 1937 season and Leo Whitlow Eufaula mayor was elected president of the Eastern division at a meeting Here yesterday. Fred Cowden Sapulpa was named vice president and Sid Steen Tulsa Secretary treasurer. The girls tournament will be held aug. 23-25, the boys aug. 26-30, inclusive. Winners of Eastern and Western divisions will meet in a three game playoff for the state championship and a trip to the National tournament in Chicago. Associates said he had been Blind. Seriously ill for three weeks. Mrs. J we May be Able to leave it at Dawson was at his bedside when7 per cent a Hill Senate member j1 came couple had no of the committee said. A in any children. Event i done to think it will be less As vice president of his com j than 5 Parry Dawson was in charge of the. House the adm Nistra. Tive share at Only 3 per cent and Federal social Security representatives declared that amount was insufficient for efficient admin the in id Western division which included Kansas and Oklahoma. He had travelled extensively in Oil areas in the United states and other countries. He was a member of the Board of directors of the american Petroleum exposition which is held Here and had been Active in that organization for to years. The body is to be returned Bere tomorrow. Funeral arrangements were not completed. Continued on Page 2, no. 5 Protection needed Madison wis. A an armed Man walked into William Nicoles shooting gallery and robbed him of 132. Nicoles had plenty of guns but no Chance to use any of them. An explanation Steve Mitchell who lives at 628 West tenth Street and works for the Crosbie Oil company is not the Steve Mitchell mentioned a few Days ago in this paper As having been arrested in a raid by the county officials. While the names Are the same there is no connection Between the two men. Or. Mitchell the Oil Field worker says he has never been in any trouble of any kind. The Pessimist by Boll Blanks or. Miss Fanny frail expects f be the target at a Rice thrown during the Early part of june. Another Good Way to test your Speed an endurance is i try Runny a Down a in dollars

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