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Y OCTOtlBR 21. 1921
sN JANKH BKDTIMK ,M
I ,l,' ItunnxV Htory tt
i ,i, Jncklo Coll," railed
. mi Vim look ko unhan
inny Ik HlnR to tell us
, iirtl UuokIo tlamlrr. You
v ll KolllK lU tell US
wIhmi I hnd my hlith.
i Hover 1ik frightened
ulil Jnrkle foil.
ouk trco In t ho cow lot
i ti.irnyntil friends xvnlt-
lc tlumlcr to rotiim
Colt, for then Undo
to lHi;ln IiIh dory.
upon ii big rock, to ho
ti one uiul they could
la' would hurry up nnd
Mm. Spucklo Top, who
unking forward for Un-
(.lory with groat nnxloty.
, n.ild Hod Pig," for
nklo nnd Onoslo now."
I ncle llunny," called
o nru bo Rind you hnvo
wo uro," exclaimed moro
s..lil Undo Uunuy, "I will
, wo aro ready I" ex
t. 0 anxious Darnynrd
"C N riR jubI as the trees were
Kgir 1 t0 turn srecn, and tho
iln;, i nacK irotn me sown,"
Itgan 1 olo uuuny, "a strango bird
nee .r.u our happy torest. Of
iccrtu w cio all friendly toward
U2 ami abut-'u uiui iu vibil uucu
"Onw night whon ho was staying
riib mu, i crowd of Forest people
ize to hoar him talk. Ho told
kinv sto'U'B. Ho told us that we
ltd all icon very good to htm,
bMle 01. Ills vacation, but one. He
lid sinii'tliliig would happen, which
LoulJ 1.1 i--o tliat ono to bo vory sad,
Yfco w. s It? who was ItT" asked
Ktcr.ii !':t no wouia not ten. 110
li!d, tin nuxt time tho moon Is full
iftr.ini;' nnlmnl will come into this
forest 1' il ''.it every ono of tho nnl-
bls 1 linn lie flow nxvny. Wp knew
h( !' 1 .11 treated him as nlco ns
Ht night wo saw thn full
to iilnu over tnc lice tops.
I!! 1 i' forest friends gathered at
k ' , eiy frightened. We
11' is . nu Hours, nanny 0; ar
te ' 1 in tin', at last wo glow
KM, wp tuimi'ii a nigiii wairn
l:i! 1 i thing I knew, tho sun
Ira- ' ml- in at my window. Wo
rer irnid in tho day time for
v at night tho strango init
ial I iiinip. Dining all tho
it1' " full moon shono, the foi-
:; "itlioiod at tny linuso. At
' union rlianged and no
' i111.il had comp to harm
v ' many, full moons hnp
i.-f 1 nil nothing has mine to our
loi' . hunt us. So you see tno
t'ri wanted to scare us."
A I u !' Hunny finished a loud
l"i 11 1 .11110 from tho barnyard
1 1 ii- another story!" exclnlm
1 ten rl
' N iIiih ovenlng. It Is growing
we .if 1 I must ho going homo," re-
Uil ' 1 le llunny.
A!'r being thanked and thank-
H, r itp llunny scampered away,
pht the barnyard friends, to talk
Iboji Mie Mranco story.
Ktrraihp, Mwt Monday To Mart
Movrmrnt. ItnlurilmM On
iTOght Arr Aim ItrtlovrO
TIB PHIfflr WlljT Nam
1st Insertion Oct. 7. 1921.
4th Insertion Oct. 2$, 1921.
KOTICK OK I'AUTNUUMIIII.
Monday more than nnn.hmnir.j
oxecutleh r (he KIPal unk rft
ronil llne are to meet at Chicago Know A" Mp "" These Tirsents:
to discus, the mnttei of wages nnd Tl,nt '. ' Whltwnrth nnd J.
ttnnsportntlon rates. 0. Whltworth, tho undersigned, both
Tho executhoa, besides consider- '",,,R r,'l,lpn'l of tho town of Wado,
till r.ito-i, will, It u officially said ' ,,rynn Crt,in,.v. Stnto of Oklahoma,
ask the Hallro.nl Labor Ilonrd lor ' hpr,',,y Cl',l,f' "" wo avo nssoclnt
further reductions or railroad wages ,,,, ,0'JOn',i' In 11 tiartnershlp under
and stait action foo tho amendment i,no "rm ,,n,",, nn,, "',n "Wndo Cash
of tho tiansportiitlon art to put nil ,,roc,,,'." nnd that thorn Is no other
wagp iitriiions affecting tho roads l,ersol1R Interested In nor partners In
In tho hands of the Inteiatnto Com- aU f,rm
morco Comml-slon Instead of tho ' t.. WIIITWOHTII.
Hallroad l.nboi Hontd. J. C. WIUTWOHTH.
It Is expected that In asking for Subscribed and swoin to before
fuithor wage icdiictlnns thu execu- ", "X -' I. Whltwnrth nnd J. C. '
tlcs will take a decided stand. 'Whltwnrth, thin 4th day of October,'
That all of tho oxoriillu's will vote ,n21'
In favor or somo further reductions (Seal)
III wagon ii tho null- iw.ci.tl, lr. ......
" ".. "i.J
on Iho 7th day of June. 1921, lor
tho sum of $1760.00, with ten pr
cent per nnnutn Interest thsrson
from September 7, 1020, nnd flSI.OO
attorney's few, and the costs amount
ing to 2l 4'i nnd accruing costs;
said sate will be subject to a tint
mortgage In favor of Indian Trrl
tory llulldlng A Loan Asviclatlon,
on which thero Is unpaid nboul
$77.1.42, and n second mortgage In
lax 01 of .ieso M. ttntchott, on
which thero Is unpaid tho sum of
17or.00, Including accumulated In
terest. Witness my hand thu 7lh day of
Oi tolier, 1021.
Sherlfr of Ilrynii County, Okla.
Ily t'l.YMi: NOHMAN.
Ilatchett Semple, Attorneys for
of cutting opeiailon costs nnd thus1
making posMulo fi eight into do-'
creases Is fully expected.
The tailro.ul union lendeis, In ox-i
ecutlxo session at Chicago Thurs
day, declined to mako public their
derision on a possible stilkc nnd1
would not say whether they win try
to confer xxlth tint exeeu'tlxes for
sumo sort of compromise.
C. A. WOODS.
commission expires April IS,
1st liiMrtlnn, Oct 7, 1021.
Mb Inveitlon Nux. I, 1 s 1 . 1
notici: ov sui:mri"s si.k. I
Xotlrp Is herolix gixen that the1
undeiflLMied shoilff of llrynn Conn-!
ty, Okl.ilmiiin, will, on tin. 7th day!
of Nox ember, 1021, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. in., at the oast front'
door of thu County Cuuit House, lnof Oklahoma, In the aboxo entitled
KIiAN HEAD 1WINTS APTEIt
William J. Simmons, imperial
wlrard of tho Ku Klux Klan collap.
sed Thursday at tho closo of n five
hour defense of tho ordor boforo a
Houso Commltteo and while Chair
man Campbell was trying to suppress
applause which Rroeted tho conclu
sion of his statement.
Tho committee ordered a brief ro
cess after friends of tho Imperial
wizard announced that his condition
was not bcrlous but later adjourned
Resuming his testimony before
tho Houso Hulcs Commltteo Sim
mons again launched an attack
against C. Anderson Wright, a for
mer klnnsmnn, who recently publish-
vu ....! iM.nH.iit-u 10 oe an expose, ciuto wen- defendants, commanding
or the order. , mp t() I(,vv ,, j,,,,,,;,! :,nil RPn
A ccitified copy of tho Ku Klux said real estate tn satisfy a Jud
chartcr, obtained in Georgia, was ' inetit and deereo of foieplosuro In
ptpscnted to the committee. It set'faxnr of the plaintiff and against
forth among other things that tho the defendants, manted in said court iiiiii-l.iii-M.iiiiiug
1st intcrtlnn Oct. 7, 102t
ltd lusettloii October 21, 1021
I ST ATP. OK OKLAHOMA,
MM SIIMATAUA COPNTY.
IN TIM! COI'NTY Ctll'HT IN AND
I'OU lM'SIIMATAHA COI'NTY,
f 1 tl. 1 men 1
In the Mutter or tho Ou.trdlnnshlp
of IM11.1 Murphy, an Incompetent,
V M Locke, (iuaiiliau.
Olld-: OK SM.K. Ob' HKAIi
Volli'p Is heieby glxen that under
nt d b xiiiup of an older liuuln nnd
pii'eieil by the County Couit In
ni d lnr I'lishinntnlia Countx'. Stnto
scribed ns follows, to-wll:
(a) Tho NK4 of RW4 of HIM!
K2 of NW4 of 8R4: R2 of RW4 ol
NK4! NW4 of HW4 of NR4: 8K4 of
SK4 of NW4i nnd W2 of 152 of NK4
of Section !1.1, Toxvnshlp ft South,
limine ,x Knst ut the Indian Itnsp and
Metldlun, In llr)nn County, Oklu
hiimu, less tho rlRht of xxay for tho
St Louis A San Kranclsco Hallroad.
(10 Thn NY4 of SK4 of 8R4, Ipsa
. r acres for St Louis a San Kran
clsco Hallroad light of xvnx, SW4 of
NR4 of SK.4, less ,2S ncres for SI,
Louis San Kianclsco Hnllioad right
of way: NW4 of SKI, less O.tl.s acies
'or St Louis San Kianclsco Hall
road tight of way; 8W4 of NK4, less
7 to ncres for SI. Louis San Kran
clsco Hnllioad right of way; and S2
or NW4 of NKI, less 4 7;i ncios Tor
St Louis San Kianclsco Hnllrnnd
right or way, nnd .01 acres for A.
C Hnllioad 1 lubt or way, nil In
Section 2S, Township ' South, It.ihgn
M Rnst, In llryatt County, Oklahoma.
Bald lands and premises will b
sold nt public outcry, nnd will bo tolA
subject to thn continuation of th
County Court of Pushmataha Cnuft
ty, Oklahoma; snld sale tn bn mad
to the highest ntut best lilddvr tor
Dated this the 20th day of 8f.
lembor. A. I), 1021.
V. M. LOCKR,
S S Lawrence.
Attoiuexs for Otinrdlan.
CITIKRSS OIL COMPANY
YVIiole.snlc nnd Retail
(innollno nnd Oils
Service Station 420 W. Mat
Ktvc Delivery in City
Toloiilmno T2 DurAnt, Okla.
tho Clly of Diiiant. Hi van Countx-.
Oklahoma, offer for halo and sell to
the highest bidder, for cash, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate
In Ilryun County, Oklahoma, to-xvlt:
Lot Six (6) In Hlock Ono Hun
dred Ninety-one (191) In tho
City of Durnnt, according to the
government plat thereof,
together with tho improx-cments
thereon and tho appurtenances there
Said sale will be mado pursuant
to a Special Execution and Order of
Salo Issued out of the District Court
of Tlrynn County, Oklahoma, on tho
5th day of October, 1021, In csbo
No. HSR, an action In xvhlch D. H.
Maddera xvns plaintiff and W. C.
Baxter, L. (i. Baxter and 1'eto Mc-
and tiuinlicipil case on tho 20th day
ot September, l'.isi, thn nliovo named
guardian will sell nt public sale, to
the highest, and best bidder for
cash, nt tho Kasl door of tho llrynn
County Court Houso, In tho City ot
Duinnt, Hrynn County, Oklahoma, at
tho hour of ten o'clock A. M.. on
the 26th day ot Octobor, 1921, tho
lauds and premises belonging to the
sal.l incompetent, nnd specifically do.
FOR forty years Sloan's Liniment
lias licrn the iiiicke-.t rclii I fur
iiiiir.ilgii, mI.iI km ami iliiiini.i-ti-111,
tired muscles, ,uni.i.ii ks, t-praiiis
ni' 1 .-trains, ,'ulies uiul iuiiis.
Kicp Sin in'.s httudy ami apply fretly,
iiitl.t'Ht tuli'iM, at tho lii.l 'twinge.
It i i-cs ami brines iiunhitl miiiK
ntnl readily, 'ou'll I1111I il lI.mii and
Kian xv as "purely a honovolont or-1
dor, xvttlinut capital stock or profit '
or gain to members." Touching on
charges that tho klan xv.ia a mer
cenniy outfit, .Mr. Simmons, holding
his hand aloft, explained:
"God xvill hear mo xvltnocs that
noxer in tho six years of my associa
tion with this organization did ono
mercenary or commercial thought
flit through my mind."
I Me-uy hixlc Vbjlhnut cnslin I
If HUNTS QUAkANTKKIl
SKIN DISICASK KICMKDIIVi i
(Hunt's Salvf-ut.tl SonpT, lull in I
llir Iretnui I rf lull. Ketrm i,
Killut rtn.Trttirornthrrllrh- '
11. fcifitl (llHrHrH. Iry thic
tlrotuilllt bt our llftk. 1
A. L. KIMHICKL'H DHCU STOKK
Slam's Liiiiiueiil ii ruin's rnptnv.
At nil ihiiEgists 35c, 70c, S1.40.
' i.J.xl.li lb. IcncmxJ
shi .v r I lines
I'ui d into n
si-i.l l.iss for
C7wi if ; "1. T7
1 Cola Co. Mm. 'Jlk
a.l!u. GO. Il tWm
Special Rates to Dallas
State Fair of Texas
Rate Includes War Tax
-Tickets on sale daily October 8 to 23 inclusive, 1921.
-Limited to return leaving Dallas October 25, 1921.
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Good grntlc OntlnR Klnnnoll, light ruicl dnrk colorB; 3
our prlco, per yard ... lSe
Good grade Gingham, pretty patterns; our prlco, per yd
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Pretty Men's Shirts, with or without collars, pretty pat
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$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, and $1.95
Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes; our price
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Men's Solid Leather Dress Slioen, pretty lasts; our price $
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tier farm wagoni, Winona farm
wagons, John Detre farm
wagons also Peter Scbnttler
and Winona wide tire' low
wheel wagons, Ledbetter and
Wluona trucka ranging In
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Prince Albert's a new
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Talking about rolling
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You've got a handful-of-happiness
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P. A. and the makin's
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And, for a fact, rolling
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to beat the band!
Prince Albert is so good
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