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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

.3v. waw,'vw,13iisr' twwwv mar 4Mt-Mw. i . "VW it "'GMInn - m it 9irfo ,--- ' V7 7a - t-ttT Mine Inspector Boyle Says Vote "Yes" on Question 47, Sec. 18 of Mining B Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913 Number 21 Hlf A Jfc '!. 'V f s-. ", V What Ex-Chief Mine Inspector Hanraty Says About the New Law. An answer to the unsigned, shall be one-half mined for the garbled and misleading state- full length of the hole, and no ments regarding extracts from person shall fire any shot in any my report issued while I was room in any coal mine in this Chief Mine Inspector, and other state until the same has been statements regarding mining prepared as above specified, conditions which are ablolutely Any person, firm, corporation a'se , or association violating any pro- These statements are being vision of Section 18 of this act sent to all the newspapers of the ' shall be deemed guilty of a mis stale by the Coal Trust and their demeanor and upon conviction hirelings and are for the pur...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

The Oklahoma Miner EO BOYLE. Edttar A. MARCUM. But Jr ttftBBft. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA Wh MO FES -iaoows or ccwmo events July -t Strt riwr. 4r4s-r T" I4' Awoi Otlrt . -AS- Kk. wnw.aji 6 ,r - '-fcMfR frt Ad !" , A n-U. Bit 'a. OmtUt Z3-Z3. Bi Pmm Sttir. B ". Watafeacioa Csraival, Ass- tt-23 KtTMC Fir. Ttxm tpL f-H Bwi Msctaa GmwSL Sept. -i fmuwumm OsBiy FWr, rZ Strip at prry " 225- 2r5- -ooa. st Faa rS" rt - Shew m luit Om. U-tt-pmt Caratwtt. Damn 11 'a. .. iu fwTtTTSUkS ill r- aars,w je -awrwaaa Cowtr Fair. Fro h S-u-o-a.,, Co-ty Fatr. Fw- Fair. , "M ""nnwiim fti fcr. - -. nnmn 2 -.- -w mJi " ihiii .wmj rim- Jastitwts sued Far. ariaeSSMr SC. IS-H-mLca ft..1. nwi. M.. ? U-lt-Kl rn ramm -- b. mmr wwmx. mtmm- ? Caaao Co ty Fair. A rwg ,1 1bCw CMmty Fair. (3ai U-U-Btafchu. Oatasty Fr. Em Zrrr - Pbwim Fa. fme gjt u-m nnM Comtr rar. --- - ,a mm t. . t MtAUmtmr """" . , im 1c.c -- . . - PhmZilul """'" coqr Flr, --terHai Fair. Stwttas. aS5l 'rT--XfJr UaertB Covmtr Fair. 1"' " ," Cwtr Flsir. Btak...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

Miillrirff'Tl'lttili HtMiMAIMMMMUi mMmmfexiga.!mMtKnn0immBm n.m. B 3E3E 3E 3C3E a D Local INews Items D lirrn 11 -T DUDLKY B. BITBLL Attorney at Law KREBS and M'ALESTER BARGAINS IN Read Hanraty's letter on page. first McAIester Office Over American National Bank. Phones 9S2 & 897-1 and 2 Rings Watch for the big minstrel pa rade Saturday. J no. McGinnis is Coalgate this week. visiting in Huntington's urday night. Minstrels Sat- The News-Capital is about sell out again this week. There is more than 50 percent of the coal mines in the state to ' of Oklahoma that the coal pitches from 15 to 65 deg. These mines will be compelled to get out of Burt Lorince has gone to Pat- business until the law is repealed terson where he has secured a and this is what the Coal Trusts position. 'want, so they can force these mines to sell out to them, nd as Wm. Ashing a former resident soon as they do, the Coal Trusts of Krebs has returned from Heav- will appear back in the chambers ener and will mak...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

-"xvrwi ... - OILY 7x , South: ii SYNOPSIS Major M- I ' ' ' " " '"! nit tn poet nhr F ,rr I it- a man to Interrupt l,i ! ,i it Moil) ww tia44 for w.v !-" A. Indian outbreak Ii thretn4 f-wt IJrt k ' HanaHo fiMU h attire in wh'. h Molly Is trave log. Thr ar dttarkvd by Indiana, arxl Hamlin and Molly i tn the 4rknee HamMa teUe Motly h w Il-hrsJ from t Confederate wm ! in diagraee mwj ax the eioee f the war rttltet4 In ta rrular tnny Ha lugpert one Pap ula L Ferre of bains reapofwtfMa tor his dtsarae Troop appear and under vai km- f.h.r n...,Hr iMa to rejoin bis rogimoat He return m Fort Dode 30ce comprehended the embarrass S5Xm0fh,rfeanTneit of hi. ow. position. He could night Mamim rvshs out. wht he , not cjnfees all be knr , certainly not &&JffiuV ot ! ta j- y " l ? " Lieutenant oKin. who arrutn Hamlin cretly and had vanished while be was k oinsiim Tbe sergeant "? Mr Dupont. whom he recognise as a former sweetheart, who threw him over ; for LeTerre Mrt Dupont telle Hamlin IFa...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

x I J t n ,. &m ., rW Puts Liver ami Qiseiiion uini L'hiul Everybody Says they are Fine; Noth ing so Good for Constipation Ever Before Offered in this Town Young and Old, Male and Ftmalo all Sing the Praises of Hot Springs Liter Buttons Make You Feel Fine in a Day. Don't fool with Calomel or Salts or harsh purgatives that act violently, many times Injuring tho lining of the bow"1, ami causing serious illness. HOT SPRINGS LIVEIt BUTTONS aro mild, gentle, yot absolutely cer tain. They always act blissfully on the bowels and never fall to unclog tho stubborn liver and compel It to do Its work properly. Physicians In Hot Springs. Arkan sas, prescribe them because they know that there is nothing better they can prescribe.. Take HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS as di rected and got rid of constipation, diz ziness, biliousness, sick headache, sal low, pimply skin. They aro a lino tonic. All druggists 25 cents. Sam ple free from Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. Even a fast young man...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

TheOkWioma Miner Z5ZSV a nmcfc f cr cstl. PmUmhod Zvtrj TbsariJby m mm Tbe CS Boron r that thi Saw a fnwi and signed f rw Out fact tfeat Mr. S&aaoon of the 1 State Gcdefiet Serve? said in , . , , ia hss tfccsai report that it wan at tiW!fc at Kri. okav "?" " boot. hoaaa. endcr th An A March & because it ) 2609, tzsftrpnrven that Mr. Shannon made an exbui re irjreftigation rr.t'ii Pw: to3 that he left Okla. uv i our Screen Doors. While They Are Oise Year THOWAY JULY 21 11 fl ' in I Carter'! special fyjt car and went to Lehigh and re- J maroed 45 minutes in that cit and returned and submitted hi ' repart which was plenty of ev- idenc that the law was alright. 1 fceret ert.f, :isi the ar- "Xoff said" Vote "Yes" and re-, egg saaljr f each wof p j, d)Vt ,tatlVn ?&fM&3icat'.& ?,r -.x month a ' mccdta the dat ,f u state . ... . "! , asesjt tfcr handrad. Uthu tow rtly enacted B. A. M ABCUM. Bos. Mgr. in frce in states in ihe bemfaedand sworn before Union? "Yes", one, Col...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

- ' m r - H" fa, REACH CRISIS IN THE BALKANS NEW COALITION BULGARIAN CAB- INET NAMED; NEGOTIA- TIONS TO FOLLOW THE TURKS ARE FIGHTING AGAIN Adrlanople Yields After a Brief Con. flict; Turks Burn and Pillage. Powers Are Powerless In This- Crisis London. The advent of a new Bul garian cabinet, comprising a coalition of the liberal groups seems to have brought a prospect that peace nego tiatinos soon will be entered into. After vain attempts to negotiate separately with Uoumania, the Bulgarian govern ment accepted the adIce of xVustria and ltussia and offered Rouinania an important territorial concession. Bul garia also sent delegates to meet the Servian and Greek and presumably Iioumania representatives at Nish to negotiate an armistice and peace. It is confirmed from Athens that Servia, Greece and Montenegro aro ready to participate in these negotia tions. Turkey, however, has intro duced a new complication and has no tified the European powers of her In tention to make the Maritza r...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 July 1913

luES jfljS 2 QIC The Oklahoma MINER from Unt even HUEBB Thor ill be sent to any address in United States, irmr.-iriiin.i an,.iniiiinwiiiiii,'iLaasaaaiBawwiBCTiFii)i'iiiiii lwiaj'-i'rvt,TVTnfrTtffjHrvrTiriiwjjiM'iiimraSS

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

j -tC--j l's Vote "Yes" on Veto of Sec. 13. It pears on as oes - -j. s- . . ry . n ,, I. -& pfv V.-.v fc;.- W at k. Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1913 Number 22 What Ex-Chief Mine Inspector Hanraty Says About the New Lav. An answer to the unsigned, prepared as above specified, garbled and misleading state- Any Person, firm, corporation .. L or association violating any pro- merits regarding extracts from vision of Section 18 of this act my report issued while I was I shall be deemed guilty of a mis Chief Mine Inspector, and other , d,en?e?nor and upon conviction DUfnmAnf, Vn.nvAn.r. ,;; shall be fined in the sum oi not statements regarding mining ,ess than $5000 nor more than conditions which are ablolutely i$9nn- nvtaA. tim tKi0 cr.Hnn 'C"ul (luiiuwumi, kwio ..vv-u.vw effective until false. These statements are being sent to all the newspapers of the state by the Coal Trust and their hirelings and are for the pur pose cf deceiving the public and shall not become Jul...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

The O'klaJaoma Wamr rft ,r ',.', OKLAHOMA MEWS MOTES v49 &r vw s.fZ?t. otaun 'j$t0isj. Tmti ViMy. H4Lji1iuu Muti r6Mr4fcv f tt.;X tmu M -, Wirm,4m Crmr. w J-L ftow rr, Tib im .. -, MMt wmtri irjjjfiz UlfWmm Cmr Tate, TA S9t, Utf-tliAOM CMutty J'4r. ju 4 ,J?r 'y m. 'it--jKcuiiSi OMtr rar. ' w., -e. dfe K'M - riUjmm Ommty rar, Wfc Stt. Jf-fV-; (Ummi.7 Vt. W- Httftit, MoltMft. 8, 17-Uh-MtHnn Vr, IHmII Upt. U'HHrih fJrmAm Canty Fair, Oo;. l't.Jmfmnn Cmtnly Fair, lUntr, 01, H-K-fwU Cmtniv Ptr, Ittrt. iM in Ihtt ttUhfi t JWcAloatar. Maud hm IOC tKiwtt, hot on day Roar in rurw fjtiolort 4 H&tHU a ioiiH ot hmr UtU) tbo tyit. Jittmj L, lAiiirttr iKHAmmijr ot t'tilrvUrw, Okiti,, Ha Twv.nnt. nMOGrnliu ckinUdnKm tor rmtrn or am bnUUinv. y tnt orr lhr ut. TJMjri hnn )wm JfJOjlOO worth of w)(jht HhiDV'td from DuvUUnn this Mlthi'jy Wiikkw Iih hoeri tiifnpln rkn Iti tlio InturoNl ot y,om rami. oliui:o uro fJOfifrionclriK to toll of Mimrk from orif;lri9N attlnK 'Ire to i.T(ilii utftokx. 'Vvf...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

mammHM mm f, A?r$&rj ) n0MalMMiaiM- mm-,.- ( flk n0 ,K'W"vrwtt nrv -."- apklakomMfeSt ?-- corner-e; TnT Muskoffe'e is blusHiirir. - SKyVJiSu even .MApflA i1'1' ili 7 -tfif ll fp3Cl rrrsac; 77 r j iiy Your, k J 7 X f J . blished Eyey Tyrsdjay, ) BreH$lthelW editor 4 proprietor oft he McAlester Tjh tfVVUem3Jl 8W3K1 IftDOJ 0 I17VEG1KQ UUI L, an 3C acaci hune is mvincr thp npnnlr of thin . BOYLE Etlrto MARCUM DusineM Mn rTcity and Pittsburg county dn .0 i 1 1: tjcIi cmJu wan exoeeiiT sjIiiV , ) .9o airfJ ismM j 'i 1? of the best democratic weekhep Iev'-'Slssued from thofiOWnty sea' i HI -ff nH ni ' ruii rt ft b iftfjJrv 'hiv, j ft it 1 'mjbltj nd p.-' .- P nsi io boioltj b f v ntefBd nd-fclaaBmsT Wiiile Tliey Are Knit ne poswrn tT. .5Ut?ebs?iQkia m&nujj xs:a. weurgm uumucijiiu a, under the Act of March 3, a thorauttn iewspaper man 1 1 1 h ru K9V t! B9. eveiut particular, and deser rittra- Hearty support of the parft kmti 9r;orf n'wi Subscription Price: 0c7j$ sorcM j-, He Year Vo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

Molly McDonald & A TSJLI Of DIE ERONUEK TS:v Smmdi, IS SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding un army post near Port Dodge, weeks u man to Intercept his daughter, Molly, who Is headed for tho post An Indian outbreak In threatened Sergeant "Drlek" Hamlin meets the stage In which Molly Is travel ing. They aro attacked by Indians, and Hamlin and Molly oscape In tho darkness. Hamlin tells Molly ho was discharged from the Confederate servlco In dlsgraco and at tho close of the war enlisted In tho regular army He suspects one Cap taln Lo Fevre of being responsible for his dlsgraco Troops appear and under escort of Lieut Qasklns Molly starts to loin her father. Hamlin leaves to rejoin his regiment. Ho returns to Port Dodgo after iv summer of fighting Indians, and finds Molly thero Shots aro heard In tho night. Hamlin rushes out, sees what ho behoves Is tho llguro of Molly hiding In tho darkness and falls over tho body of Lieutenant Qasklns. who accuses Hamlin of shooting hltn The sergean...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

r NEWS OVER THE STATE (MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME 8CH0OL BUILDING DETSROYED. AND PROPERTY LOSS IS $30,000.00 Corporation Commission Issues New Schedules For Peddler Cars Another Oklahoman Man Lands a Federal Job. Darlington. The industrial building at the Masonic Orphans' home near Darlington, was burned -with all Its contents, causing a loss of more than $30,000. Effective work on the part of the officials and employes with fire ap paratus saved the other buildings at the home. The origin of the Are is unknown. The building was partially-insured. It contains the manual training equip ment, and tho light and power plant Including the electric storage batter ies and engines. The loss on the light and power equipment will reach $8,000; that on the manual training equipment, ?2,000, and the building was worth between $20,000 and $26, 000. It was of brick construction. All the gasoline and lubricating oils wera stored in the building and an ex plosion might have started the fire, it is state...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

1 GrT7?,:r,,,l Nearo Will BARGAINS u loca News items n Lose Out. B 3mx a car Jl IN f Mike Tassois a new subscriber to the Miner this week. Krebs Property Clarence Otterson is visiting relatives in Wilburton this week. At a conference today (Thurs-, day) between Representative-at-large Claude Weaver of Oklaho-' ma and President Wood row Wil son at the White House, the! supplied chief executive expressed his in-1 ovm'v enr- ,.,:.. r ,. :ii..i ; it. -.-. 1U..UU11 ui soon wiuiurawmg uie jot M j ( t nomination of A. E. Patterson. I o a ,i o .... .. .TC. UUUU u-lUUIIl W. J. McClendon of Reese is a , the Muskogee negro, to be reg-, Grand Avenue, good Krebs is now well with music on almost ner. Get you a home in Krebs. The following property situated in city of Krebs has been placed on the market and offered for snle by the Krebs Real Estate Co: 1. One two room house and Price $250. house on well and new subscriber this week. All job printing after this date will be cash on delivery. This r...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

r a . i J7 A "J :v & WALTER ELDER Walter Elder was elected to con gress last fall In the Fifth district of Louisiana without opposition, and of course Is a Democrat. He Is a lawyer, 'married, and Is but little more than thirty years old. TRIANGLMi FIFTY LIVES SNUFFED OUT AT BINGHAMPTON, N. Y. Careless Cigarette Instantly Trans forms Building Into a Roaring, Seething Furnace. " ' Binghampton, N. Y. Fifty persons were killed and aB many injured, a dozen or more fatally, in a fire which swept the four-story factory building of the Binghampton Clothing com pany. The victims were chiefly women and girls. About 125 persons wero In the factory when the lire broke out. The big outstanding fact of the catastrophe is its swiftness. In this the fire bears strong resemblance to the Triangle Waist company holo caust In New York City, where 147 liveB were lost when the inflammable material upon which the employes ,wcre working and the waste littering the floors blazed with inconceivable rapid...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 July 1913

4 e"5wV 7.38'', 3 DC The Oklahoma ER from ntil Jan. 1, 1914 for ii1 m This offer closes aturday be sent to any address in United States. Mi'lll'"""ri '"" """'"MTU T riHHvaiiMaiii

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 August 1913

m m fmzi,-iltmm vaT ww fmnmr At C7 ' iner. Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913 Number 23 News-Capital Change. Cleanliness. miteiiiliOTSSZ i By a Decisive Vote This Law Met Its "Waterloo" on Last Tuesday, . When state question No. 47, -in which was asked the repeal o'f Sec. 18 of the state mining code, probably will receive the largest majority when co'mplete returns have been received, there is nothing to indicate that the vote on that question wili be larger than on the others and all of them yet are leading by suffi cient majorities to indicate that none will lose unless a large ad verse vote comes from the coun ties which have not reported on the special election held Tues day. In the returns received up to Wednesday night from forty-five of the seventy-five counties, only a few of the incomplete, the "si lent" vote totals less than 2,000. The returns from these coun ties show that the majority on state question No. 46, to amend article ix. section 9, the railroad cla...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 August 1913

K R E B S, O K L A., MINER W. A. OLDFIEL'J Mr. Oldfleld, who represents the sec ond Arkansas district, la serving hln third term In congress. AMBASSADOR WILSON RECALLED DOESN'T AGREE WITH PRESI DENT WILSON ON POLICY Affairs Left With Under Secretary Whlle'Ambassador "Takes a Rest" Hucrta May Abdicate. Washington. Ambassador llonry Lnno Wilson will not return to Mex ico. The embassy will bo left in ahnrge of Secretary O'Shnughnossy, while llonry Lane Wilson will "take u rest" at tho request of President Wll eon. Ambassador Wilson. summoned from Moxico City to inform tho Wash- Henry Lane Wilson Ington administration or conditions In the rebellion torn republic, spent two hours with President Wilson and Secretary Bryan submitting chiefly a. recommendation that tho United Statos use Its influence to stabilize tho Huerta regime. No policy was .evolved at least noae was announced but it became known that President Wilsons ideas and those of Ambassador Wilson as to the course to be pursued...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 August 1913

i Kftftrftfs '...: '' EAiUaiMiV ijowoyMtiii wyrfifw ' wixt K R B S, OKLA., M 1 N I K i,.i.jf,j.,.,HPT,7vly The Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday 1 na.ior Bu.ineManaKer ED. BOYLE B A. MARCUM Entered as second-class matter at the postoflice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. $1.00 5qc , Subscription Price; One Year Six Months THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 1913. Circus day Aug. 22. County Fair next month. A very, very quiet election. School days are drawing near. J. J. certainly let down. the bars ! The two Gov's, have "locked ' horns," so to speak. v Krebs has more and better water than any town in Pitts- The small investor was complete-1 burg coanty. ly shut out. Secretary Fisher and other department officials j A few dollai's expended on, however, stood firm until the that unsanitary outdoor closet-' bids were received, they scout will save hundreds of dollars in ing the claims made that only d ictor bills. , the lumber trust would be able ." Enloe of-McAlester was con f...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 August 1913

KREBS, OKLA., MINER M oily McDonald A TA1E Of THE FRONTIER By JKaSOLH A ,V.WBl Si KCsiBW3ltl Fi SYNOPSIS. Major McDonald, commanding an army fiost nwir Kort lJodge, set ki a man to ntercept his daughter. Molly, who Is headed for the post An Indian outbreak In threatened Sergeant "Brick" Hamlin meets the stage In which Molly Is tmvel Ing They nre attacked by Indians, and Hamlin and Molly eacape In the darkness Hamlin tells Molly he was discharged from the Confederate service In disgrace and at the cloie of the war enlisted In the regular army He suspects one Cap tain Le Kevre of being responsible for his disgrace. Troops appear and under escort of Lieut Oasklns Molly starts to Join her father- Hamlin leaes to rejoin his regiment. He returns to Fort Dodge after a summer of righting Indians, and finds Molly there Shots are heard In the night Hamlin rushes out. sees what he believes Is the figure of Molly hiding in the dArknec and falls over the Ihx't of Lleutenan Gasklns. who accuses H...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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