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jl'LY 28, 1922
. , t srioN REPORT
l. .niiiitv SlnKinc
i (institution and
nc Iliynn county
.nvciicd nt Old
July 2 1st. and
' i ho customary
f the president
f tlie body was
1 1 day niRht, at
1 i. IJRhtfoilt,
I, r and nimluet
c and milling
kIiii- in prayer,
ctitinn was dc-
naily for Imsi
i read, approv
al in- tinfinih
i None being
at tin' con-
of our late
. ii The World
v m anjr in
nday. and ai
iv Itmlv's 1 j-
fii'otiml, I'll live
' ;i 1 I'dll'-il to
, ii cmntle
I ill the la-it
i' i it Ice. on nr-
nuinti'd ns fol-
n'l'i Jlodue and
J Vr. .Inhti'-on.
.iiid voted that
rid one dorcii
imp fee water
,s. hools leport-
' i M-eh. number
n1 fi'idatico !')
ii Sabbath -l"c.
'l-d "!' average
1 1 i leninc: and
- nday nwmltiK
'.ni-iini win ap-
"mv. .1. II. Ktir-
t the request
' red two lemons
1 I'linore KiinneK At
to the visitors.
en' ion proper and
' Prof. Hult.-man
' iiifr service of the
I I hundred persons
v. i'Ient dinner pre
.'d lnilios of Old
. nf tnnnVs rai
ti t. iii iii a- much as there was
I ! I, i wi'ntinn nnn. nirjiiTv
(in- assisted bv Prof.
I man. .1. II. FtirlotiK
. 11. Yates were ap-
i, id -elect the meet-
i nvention conveninc
irrti ! in f '( the -lth Sunday in
e pn mi 'ii icitie-iO(l that in
t.r.c ti.i inietinir place the com-
Mil1' ' t obtain the Miiiport
cr ('in i Man nreanizntinn oper-
t th'i-i' ' ,.t snccial nroirrams
I: to 1,'n'iM'il as welcome tokens.
EARL WARD MAKES HIS AN
NOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY
The Duuant Whekly Nrws
TAYLOR MAKES A FINAL
APPEAL TO DEMOCRATS
lice I'r .
id n I)
'aw f t
f. r all.
n -essmn the afore-
To The Votcra of IJryan County:
In makim? mv nnnnim,.riini
re-election to the office of County
i leiu, i wmi to first express my hlch
appreciation to the voters of the
County for the splendid support civeti
mo two years nio nml fn ,.,., ...
ors shown me duiins? my two years as
v-inuuy v,ieiK. i nave tried to merit
every trust that was placed upon me.
My platform two years a;o was hon
est, courteous and efficient service in
office nnd my record stands as a
testimony to my faithfulness.
After pollintr one of the greatest
majorities probably ever Kien a can
didate two years ago, I went to work
in earnest to prove my woilh. I felt
the great lvtionsibility upon mo nnd
I have worked hard, earnetlv endcav
oiinc to make a record of' which I
would be proud nnd of which the pon
p'e of the county vould be proud. I
feel like I have incceeiled. Mv honest
and efficiency has neer been ipie -turned.
My Seoul lands unchal
lenged. No voter in the County to
d-iy can p lint to one blot on my of
f ii ial record.
It i.i upon a record of cle-in and
bone t service that 1 am asking the
support of the voter- of the County
for a M'cond term, lulieving that the
vc.'ers a-'prcciate tin hind nf .-eiviec.
and that I am woit'iv for a v0cond
Joint. My platform hall cuiitinue to
be hone-t nnd cointeoiis M-vico and if
re-elected to a i-cond teim I piomi-e
to crvp the people in cvei-y wav pos
sible nnd to servo all alike.
I realise the seriousness of the po
litical situation throughout the coun
ty. T have no fight to make. My
record stand? and I challenge any man
to noint out one p'-ice where f have
failed to keep fai'h with the pen
pi". If there ever va- a time when
voters thonld go to the polN with
sober minds, that time is certainly
at hand. Every candidate "hould be
con idered upon hi' own merit- and
not the downfall of some other man.
If I have failed to keep faith with
the people I am not worthy of any
consideration. If I have kept faith
with the lieonlc. then I am entitled
to a second term, and the good will of
all lione.-t men. our County Clerk's
office is an impoitnnt one and only
men with high qualifications should
If you honestly feel like that by
my record I am entitled to a second
term and that I am worthy of j'our
confidence and tiust. I will be grateful
for your support and will do my very
best to merit that confidence anil
trust to the very best of my ability,
and urge that you go to the polls
August 1st, and cast your ballot ac
Adv. EARL WARD
ceeded in keeping law violations down
to the minimum, and In spite of the
lei., ttr i n . . icxirnorainuiy condition those inelin-
iShC& ,A"k,,,Rrr'""" ?" ,R?50Jd 0f . to ctltM" will admit! that "ndi-
" .iiiuiih,c ui wuiy uons are now as really satisfactory
t, il i . .. as possible.
ifn.?i.1,cop,f f. B.r'!!n i'Punt- All that 1 ask is that the pcoiilc
Having only 1 milled time fiefore consider my claim, in a bus nes S
ho?? '"K? T.'"9, ''. ."-:' ?n what shmdd "or
1 1, ,,, t "Vi i' ' ' . "",. u",k uvan- snouid nni no me aw but we n agree
you in the In't'n'r"! U"fty t0 ". ,0 ,,'.,at Rootl .1-In makes fitnessShe
lC tt,t K&JN 3ni'!lci: requirement for n good Sher-
lounty. I made statements hereto-, I want the suppoit of every woman
fX nmi h..i:,.W,!!I,al'c! !? Public' not only in the' ck-cln b.it X?"
I font ii, .ui ,Vf """ ""! an" words as veil, i appreciate the as-
l feel sure that the people know my s stance which thev have already civ-
whArni b"v f-;Cm,"',",1 Wny-. A,ml '-," ,,,,1 ' l'nM.tewha success' I may
of" h iL'V: ."'Wl'1 : ve in enfu.cing the laws to the in-
,.inn.i.. ,, i. . i """"' ami ii, is icrera ine w-micn nave taken.
ornMo ,m,l? i. I1!1 ' a't) l-1?' fav" ,f l nm ,v ",,(lc,1 I mnke Rood
1 ,, l1'0"' Bt it has not again, nnd will bo assured of the
' vters h, fr n?, ill ," r0t', "' !, ,lK' sPmi' "!"" treatment and effi-
oteis m per. on. aid it Is to tho-e cent fervin. as in the pan.
5n.'P i,.r-MCU,',lr,y U,at r am ad- Y""r' veiy reV,,ecfully.
lie ;ing this letter. A(v. -,lUKIj TAyi.OU.
I have spent most of my life in this
County, and I have had many years of I'REIfil! I' I'.V AIR IN 3 YEARS
irait'cal evncrieni e as a pca'ce off I- "Within -, venrs we shall sCU air-
eer. having -erved the United State-, way freiir'it and passenger lines
'he Stite of Oklal win and I'.iyan tninsportin ' heavy loads of conimei-
f unity in that capacity at different dally sati factory i.-ites." ,ays
time--. It has liivn my picn-nro not Charles II-M f tjOJ Angclc . head of
only to help lay the foundation for a staff . f eperts surveving nir
hut nlc to help build up the hitler routes. Ti. -, development of aerial
conditi ins for our County, and I pride navigation Hall avs has been made
my elf on knowing as much about possible by iadio 'telephony, practi-
londilion-in thK Coenty as any other cat nerogia1 hy. non-inflammable gas
tier Oil '111(1 Ut'll sttcll fltinliniiltfilipn i.wl nlnn.i, ,.,. .,11.... .,...!,,:.. lll.l.i
.asd evpenence including act"al ci- ness in flame work.
"' mi me iieeni iciin I do not -
hesitate to ay that I have had oppor- KENTONS HERE ON VISIT
tunny to qualify rarely eoualled. j. C. Kenton and wife, formerly
ci 'll.llV'.tnnt, ' "!IVC ,nnIt' 0(lJ residents f..r many years of Calera,
as .Sheriff for the pre-ent teim. as this eountj. but now of Glendale.
you will remember, I went into office Ariz., nrin.tl last Thursday in their
n a time when one of the greatest car nnd spent a few dnvs visiting
crime waves the world has ever seen friends in tie county. Thev go next
was hnginning to sween the county, to Knnsa City, thciice west heading
and nniuially my office has been con- homeward over the northern route,
fronted with more woik and difficult They will l.avo driven more than 4,000
probl-ni- than during the terms of any miles by the time they icttim homo,
of my preilrce -ors -nice statehood.
I.ut the fn-.-t thing I did was to get
TO THE VOTERS OF nRYAN
t . t ,., piviiiy 01 nus
1 take this means of soliciting your goes after It.
vote nt the polls next Tuesday, in mv
race for rejection ns vour Tnv A J-
1 have been employed nt the court I
house since Stntehood. I know the!
work of the assessor from A in 7..
mall order houses which flood my dis
trict: with rtfiMitnro " Tl.n.n t J..,..
plenty of business for the man who
RUPTURE EXPERT HERE
I have made a record for off iclcncy , Sede , Famous in This Specialty,
t fill itntliu,. t... .. ..It. 1 ! I II . .41 '
flTltl f()l p-nttintr trin tnv w.lT .1.. ' ' .tl...l .. k1
lor iw Treasurer at tho proper time, I
that is not mrpaed in Oklnhomn. v t. o , ,,,,, . .,..,
anS svs rr yf,r i j": &?"S&
& wmk of the off.ee per;onally be at the Ilrinkley Hotel
?.i t whirl I r .miUIVy "? ,,?t.cf",,,n,, wl" n'm"il, in s'"''-"'-,'n. Wedne
if i' , J i ,)ro,,",!!l' f"r ,he f""'ro day only, August 2. Mr. Secley say :
if I am re-elected. ..Tlu. Sieima'io Shield will not only
lours very truly. letain any case of rupture perfectly.
(Adv). I.ONNIE (JLENN. but contracts the opcnfng in 10 day-.
,. on the average cae. Hcing a vast
(iRAM)MA RIDDLE DIF.S I advancement over all former method
At the home of her daughter in exemplifying in-.tantaneous effec't
Caddo fue-day morning at 7 o'clock immediately appreciable and witli
(iiandnin Riddle died after lingering standing any tinln or po ition n-
"K,, 1" yl'ar!- The funeral was had mal'er the ri.e or location, l.-iige or
in lolsom cemetery north of Kene-, difficult ca es. or inci-sional rupture i
fick Wedne-day attended by friends (following operation-) specially sol
and relatives. lu-d. This instrument received lb"
Deceased va an old 'ettlcr in this I only aw aid In England and in Sp.v.n
country, and was the mother of Mr.. 'producing re-nils without surgeiv.
Frank Craighead. All that loving injection, incdiial treatments or pie
friends could do was dmie for her re- 'swiiptioii-. .Mr. Seelcy has document
lief, but it seems a higher power had fiom the 1'nited States Govornmen'.
intervcned.--Caddo Ileiald. ,Wa hington. I). C. for ini-peclion. II.
'will bo glad to demonstrate wlthoir
MADE IIl'SINESS (JOOD FOR HIM charge or fit them if chaired. Hus;
liusiness was bad everywhere in 'ne-s demands prevent stopping nt air.
1021. but Fled P. .Mann sold ?"i00,0()0 other place in this section.
I worth of merchandise in Devil's Lake P. S. Every statement in this nntir
N. D.. a town of 3.00(1 population. 'has been verified before the Federal
Aiiveuising mini my mi -mess lor and Mate i ourlH. !. 11. see ley.
me." he raid, "and my aim today is to i Home Office, 117 No. Dcaiborn St
outdo in nevvsnnner ndvpitl..inr (lie rb!c:i!n.
the bet men available for deputies. ).. Pr,,.. V. H,,,.,.,,
and the next thing wo did was to po -" " tL i(Jlt " (U ' Gil
to work. We have been on the job at CIMHOPKACTOHS
all times sinte. never hesitating on ac- .. ,,,,
count of weather, distance or other "ere Hcallli's ConlnjIousM
cireiinistnncnii til th nil,- .Int.. wuv. rffiin lrn-Q O. r, ... r (I ti r
tho help of the people we have sue- 120 N. Third. ' Durant, OKIa!
TALK rod CAIITVVRIGHT
VOUK ron CAHTVtlGMT
votc roii CAUTviiicHr
JUBJtcr to ctnaawnr nmnat
Hitch your cai-t up right and
vote for Cartwright
I Tf a
" . ,i for convention
' d a testimony meet
d i f fee t and the con
d' mi -ed by the chaji
c aeg Pilgrim" Hope,
nig the Christians'
f we never have the
l inei'i'ig together again
'' i mi Canaan's shore.
k H tfully submitted
l!y Elmore RunneN. Sec.
Love may be blind, but it is seldom
CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
LONG DISTANCE nAULING
SUDDEN BAGGAGE SERVICE
DR. A. L. STOUT
First State Rank Building
Phone 888 Res. Phone CCO-J
C. O. JOHNSON
Durant National Hank Ruilding
Lewis & Matthews
First State Bank Bid.
1 aiididate for
State Commissioner of
harilies and Corrections
nr Evpericncc Humane Agent
wnt Meat Market
I Hlehpst Mnrket Price
pld for Cnttlo nnd Hojrs
W. MASON. Prnn.
I SO. .See. Tln-nn
I tki ,
' nated for Corporation
n me Democratic pri
' ago by more than
'y in a field of eight
" renomination Is to
' did not lend aid and
' enemy in the general
'' ar ago. I did not re-
'ion returns at Repub-
'"'ers, nor rejoice with
The American National Bank
Capital $100,000.oo Surplus $20,000.oo
"Jl School Man for a School Office
M. A. NASH
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Graduate Oklahoma State Normal
Graduate Oklahoma University
(A. B. Degree)
Our line of School Books and
Supplies is very complete.
We can meet the students
needs in this line, let that need
be what it may.
Special prices on quantity
lots of Blackboard Crayons and
Durant Book Store
Phone 699 204 W. Main
7aAe, Mic 0,.$??i.e?eyz, oat cffio&tux,
;s A. WILSON
I ' J'f:
Commercial National Bank
"Service That Really Serves"
G. A. MASON, Pros. SAM STONE, Vice Pros.
W. E. CLARK, Cashier
In Office As
and the Grafters on a
Democratic Primary, August 1, 1922
Do Your Banking With Men
Every mui. who has charge of the affairs of this bank are men who
live here In Lurant, and Bryan County, they are in touch with every
phase of buBlnces, live stock and agriculture.
They want to serve you to the best of their ability consult them
12 YEARS A TEACHER IN OKLAHOMA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
C. C. Hatchett
L. F. Lee
Dr. J. B. Smith
J. D. Abbott
B. O. Brown
V. J. Stcgor
J. XV. Brown
The First National Bank
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