National Affairs: In Oklahoma

On a farm near Tecumseh, 40 miles from Oklahoma City, lived James Harris. With him one day last week was his brother-in-law, Oscar Lowery. Both under 40, they had been in the Army during the War. Suddenly they looked up to see four men, all armed, coming across the field to the house. . . . When the four men left, Harris and Lowery were dying and the Treasury Department in Washington had another dry shooting on its hands.

W. W. Thomason, U. S. Prohibition officer for Pottawatomie county, veteran chaser of 'leggers among...

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