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iVVsfl ' "iv i.iji-tr-j . - v f.-rTfKS"!!! ninAV. APRIL 15, 1921 s ', v -' ' f 'ii'w,"- ', Vij. ' v,MvvV ' ZarSFAVSPAPER MEN THENt.fifJSE G0VERN0R ... special Session For Financial I' .' tii.i. minted Bill To Villi! "" . ' Hit- Voter Second. Blpar. purl Nun Board. v.31mt wen advised Saturday ult'h (iovcrnor Robertson relative to , ..,.,, iw nf sunnlvlne neces- i,nu "'.-. .. o.o.r-. i,...i. .. i- ...ilnm-nlne without mak turcs a" '" -' - ' .' .i. !. kPPii the State's busl. 1 running, in view of the legisla. .-- ..nnmnrlatlons, The newspaper men made four recommendations which are briefly as follows: i That, we recommend a special .PSJlon of the Legislature be called immediately, provided that, prevl. ..,. m the call, the Governor se- ,,,w norsonal assurance satlsfac- torV t hitlist'll iruill cuouju ui iud jeg"l"ltors to assure a majority which will Rive prompt attention to the State's financial problems. early pipage of the legislation and immi'illate adjournment. "2. That if such assurance can not lie Governor's dlclsion, after full consideration of the problems, that Oils legl-latinn should be initiated, we pledge our personal support and the support of our publications to juch initiated bills, to the end that they may be adopted and the State saved from Its dangerous emer gency. "3. We recommend, in the event that the bills be initiated, that they he prepared and submitted by a bi partisan committee, representing as aearly as possible all occupations and walks in life, along such lines as will prevent partisan opposition and assure their adoption. "4. We request all Chambers of Commerce, civic ciuds and otner commercial organizations, and all farmer and labor organizations, to call immediately upon their repre sentatives and urge upon them the neresslty at this time of laying aside all partisan considerations and returning to the support of the State government and the State institu tions, to the end that our State uni. vcHty, A. & M. College, and other educational Institutions, do not have to close down and the penitentiary anil asylums open their doors, and that organized government do not cease in Oklahoma." Meantime, during the period of un certainty. Governor Hobertson has, insttucti'il all State institutions car ing for (liminnln and other dependent-, tn nceivc no more inmates. The (inM-inor is asking numerous inople In all walks of like, their opinion as to what, should be done, admitting frankly, that he does not know. I from where they wanted to go. t - One of the biggest things of the convention was the serving of a large uuuquei xo rour.thousand people in one immense room vL block square In the Forum. The organization was so perfect that the entire crowd marched in and seated in twenty three minutes, and eight-hundred waitresses had all served In ten min utes more. About sixty clubs had big delega tions there, and nearly all of them had distinctive uniforms and caps or hats, and a half-dozen brought along their brass bands and quartettes or other musical organizations. The Kansas City club brought an excel lent Saxaphone sextette. The serious narts of tho mntar. ence, business sessions and elec. tlons, were held Thursday and Fri day during the day sessions, but the night meetings were devoted to stunts of various flubs whlrh were found very entertaining. The local aggregation wore light blue badges bearing the Rotary em blem, a six spoke wheel, and the words, Durant, Oklahoma. Each wore a light tan cap and carried a cane, fastened to which was a large penant also bearing the words, "Du rant, Oklahoma." Those who attend. ed from Out ant, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baird and Miss Cecil Peak, their nelce, Dan Stewart. James E. McKlnney, Milas Mho'on, George Malone, Kerr Gllstrap, Steve Whale. Mark Staton, Jewell Hicks, Howard Holmes. Obe Shannon. Horn Mar shall, Albert Eaklns, Charlie Shane ana uveret Evans. Tun IMniANT Wkpkiv m The allied renaratlons commission demanded, 55 billion dollars. Ger many threw up her hands, and then offered 7 billions. The commission threw up Its hands and quit, and then, when Germany had defaulted on a payment, part of her territory was occupied. On May first 20 bil lion of marks are due, and an ulti matum Is expected if she falls. It is Interesting to note In this connection that Remark M naruch. American financial expert, says that uermany ig amply able to pay Iliteen billion In reparation. R0TAR1ANS RETURN FROM DISTRICT CONFERENCE l!i ii I Perfect Organization at Wich ita I'm- Knlciliiinnicnt of Four Tlniiiuml Guests. The M-wntcon folks who last wenk went to Wichita. Kansas to nttend the ilNuitt Confcience of Itotarv ("lulu, returned last Saturday night, after a four day trip and report an excellent time. On tho way. at Ardmorn tho local Mlows weie entertained at, lunch by me Ariimore club and shown nvnr 'he city in cars. The special train in which llioy arrived at Wichita. w.is made up of one car from Durant. to finm Aulmore, one from Normal, "ui irom Oklahoma City, and two from Guthiie. Arriving at Wichita, each dpleeate vkis furnished a large envelope bear ing his name, in which were lunch. on tlrkots, picture show tickets, a "iiien-nce badge, program of the tonfeiencc, etc. Mote than ono.thousand cars were Placed at tho disposition of tho four thousand visitors to Wichita, and " were on hand everywhere at all "'"es, to take the visitors to and EXTRA SESSION PLANS ON IMPORTANT CHANGES Declaration Of Peace With Germany And Enactment of Budget Law Included In Republican Program. This is the program for the extra, ordinary session of congress as ten tatively outlined by Republican lead ers. Adoption of a resolution termi nating the technical state of war be tween the United States and Ger many. A budget law to meet the objec tions indicated In President Wilson's veto message. Reclassification of all government employes. Immigration legislation along the lines of tho measure which was given a pocket veto by Wilson. Emergency tariff, permanent tar iff and revinue legislation. Disposition of the treaty compen sating Columbia for the loss of Pan ama. Passage of the army and naval appropriation bills, which failed at the last, session. Indications are that a deficiency appropriation bill will be necessary there being Indications of shortage In several of the departments. MKTIIOHIST ItKVIVAIi SERVICES CLOSED SUNDAY NIGHT Revival services at the Methodist church, commenced by the pastor, Rev. C. II. Cross on Easter Sunday, with Mr. Bloodworth of Ft. Worth leading the singing, were brought to a close lact Sunday night. During the serlc3 a great Interest has been shown by both members of that church and others as well as by many clear out of the church. The services regarded as the best that chutch has had in many years, and has resulted In some sixty-five additions to that flock. XEW PROPOSITION KXPEfTED ON GERMAN REPARATIONS It has been stated In Paris that a new proposition is expected from Germany on the matter of repara tions, and that Germany is trying to interest the United States to make herself heard In the negotiations aawwwas3rgaaaaacwwwwffasggggiggsigaaaag IT IS A FACT -that the consistant saving of money is the nucleus ot Success. History proves this statement. you desire to attain Success start saving NOW step in and talk with us about it we can give you a practical plan to follow. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED FIRST STATE BANK Durant, Oklahoma Bryan County- suffered a heavy loss of life in April of 1919 when the b'g Tornado struck you remember it. Some ten or twelve people were killed and a great loss in property. Why expose your property to a risk like that INSURE TODAY and be at your ease. REASONABLE RATES JOHNSON, MARSHALL & PENDLETON "ear Durant Nat'l Bank Bldg. Durant, Okla. gtttttt8ttttaan8Kts8t K LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS tt it M KttttUtttt88ttts8tsnunnn 1st insertion April 15th, 1921 3rd Insertion April 29, 1921 PUBLICATION NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT STATE OP OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF BRYAN. I Hannah Emery, Plaintiff. vs. Otto Emery, Defendant. No. 4527 THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, to Otto Emery, Defendant: The Defendant Otto Emery Is here by notified that he has been sued by the plaintiff, Hannah Emery, for divorce on grounds ot gross neglect ot duty and abandonment, and ex treme cruelty, and must answer the Petition filed by the plaintiff, Han nah Emery, on or before the 27th day of May, 1921, ot the allegations as set forth tn the petition of the said plaintiff will be taken as true and Judgment for divorce and custody ot children will be rendered according ly. Witness my hand and the seal of said court on this the 9th day ot April, 1921. LACY GRIMES, Court Clerk. By Ralnh H. Dauehertv. Dcnutv J. A. SHIRLEY, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1st Insertion April 8, 1921 4th insertion April 29, 1921 NOTICE OF TAX DEED STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF BRYAN. ss. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned J. W. Crutchfleld did on the 5th day of November, A. D. 1918 at the County Treasurer's office in the City of Durant, said County and 8tate, purchase at public auction the following described lot, parcel, or tract of land, situated In Bryan County and State ot Oklahoma, to wit: NW4 NE4 SW4 Section 5, T. 6 S., R. 10 E. for the sum of Seven & 991100 Lot. lars for the eaxes due on said prop erty for the year 1917, upon the payment of which the said County Treasurer issued a certificate of pur chase for said described nrnnnrfv the same Certificate No. 119; that ute title -to said property is vested In T. C. Cole who Is a non-resident of the State or County upon whom personal service cannot h hail a shown by notice placed In the hands of the sheriff and his return there on. Now. therefore, the said T. C. Cole. owner, and no occupant thereof, will ibko notice that If the certificate Of purchase, held hv thf linHarnlirn- ed, for the taxes on the above de scribed lot, or parcel of land, is not redeemed within sixty (80) days from the date of the niihllcatlnn hereof, the bolder ot said certificate win demand trom the County Treas. urer of said County and State a deed for said property, to issue according to law, J. W. CRUTCHFIELD, Holder of Certificate No. 119, Cov ering NW4 NE4 SW4 Section 6-5-10. 1st insertion April 8, 1921 4th Insertion April 29, 1921 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, jss. COUNTY OF BRYAN. I IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE. W. E. Halley, Plaintiff, vs. F. A. Bush, Frank Lannon and Fred W. Thomas, Doing Business under the Firm name and Style of, "The Washita Oil and Gas Company." Defendants. No. 4515. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION. The State of Oklahoma to F. A. Busch and Fred W. Thomas: Take notice that vou have been sued in the above named Court in a'n action tor money, due upon an oral contract, said contract, helncr nnn nf employment by said defendants of said plaintiff to manage and look af ter the business nf the snlrl rtofpn. dants in Bryan County, at a salary of Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00) per month and all expenses, under 'ixiizr ' V-tt L "P . WtV NINE ;' 1 Defective Flues I HHgJTOroaKBifflnggg Phone 22 Carelessness with the stove or furnace is often the cause of many fires in the Winter, Fall or Spring. INSURE NOW in one of our strong Companies and be secure. LOW RATES SALMON, GILSTRAP& WARD Durant, Okla B tmaaaamBiaBmmaaBiSiaBiaasaemcMaaaiBmBmaaaeiesa Remodeling Throughout The extensive remodeling work that has occupied our attentions for the past three weeks is now practically com plete and we can turn our attention to our customers once more in full earnest. It will be our policy as heretofore to give our customers 100 per cent Drug Service but with the recent improve ments we hope to do more. Swinney Drug Co. ten . . .... ig Telephone 91 Third and Alain K g ft A Real Bargain! We are selling BELLE OF OKLAHOMA, Highest Patent Soft Wheat Flour, which we guarantee to be as good as any flour that ever came to Durant and bet ter than many brands, at per hundred $4.90 We ask you to try this Flour and you will become one of the many satisfied customers now using it. ORDER A SACK TODAY GEO. BOSTON & SONS FREE DELIVERY 130 West Main Phone 143 which said contract plaintiff claims to have worked ten months, and asking for judgment, In the sum ot Thirty-eight Hundred Dollars 1(3, 800.00), Three Thousand Dollars (3000) of which amount Is due for salary, and the Eight Hundred Dol lars (1800.00) ot which said amount Is due as expenses, with Interest from April 5, 1921 on said amount ot Thirty-eight Hundred Dollars (1 3,. 800.00) until paid, and for the sus taining ot tho attachment had fn said action, and must answer the petition tiled therein by said plaintiff, on or before tho 20th day of May, A. D. 1921, or said petition will be taken as true and a judgment for said plain tiff tor Thlrty-elght Hundred Dol lars (13,800.00), the amount due under said contract for salary and expenses, as stipulated under said contract, with Interest thereon from April 6, 1921 until paid, at the rate of six uer cent per annum and the sustaining ot the attachment on the property ot the defendants, located In Bryan County, Oklahoma, thore in had and granted, will be rendered accordingly. Dated this 5th day ot April, 1921. LACY GRIMES, Court Clerk. JOHN A. MacDONALD, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1st Insertion April 8th, 1921 Last Insertion May 6th, 1921 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF BRYAN. NOTICE OF HHERIFF'H HALE Notice is hereby given that the AA AV. HnilAMlnAll alAltff . DMt.H A..-Jkil ".T .A 1 undersigned sheriff of Bryan Cotaaf.WM Oklahoma, will at the hour ot tW)Wi o'clock d. m. and at the East mu 'la trance to the Bryan County Court n Tfnnaa nf Miv O. 1091 sail tt ifca A htgheit and best bidder for cash tJtj following described real estate A-'Vl premises, 10-wn; SW4 ot NE4 ot Section 6, Town ship 9 South, Range 11 East of the Indian base and Meridian, Bryan County, Oklahoma, i Said property being levied upon by the undersigned sheriff ot Brya ' County, Oklahoma to satisfy judg ment rendered by the District Coart ot Bryan County, Oklahoma on tho 22nd day ot March 1921, In an action wherein the Farmers ft Merchants National Bank of Achilla, Oklahoma Is plaintiff and Laura B. Beshirs l defendant, and to enforce which Judgment an execution was issneA by the court, clerk of Bryan County Oklahoma on the 28th day of March 1921 and placed In my hand for service, said writ being executed by me by making the levy upon Mil. lands as the property ot said defen dant and causing the tame to be ap praised, a copy ot which appraise ment Is on file with the court clerk ot Bryan County, Oklahoma. Bald Judgment, being for the sum of 1701. 10 to which is to be added costs and Interest. s Signed this 1st day of April 1121. RUEL TAYLOR, Sheriff, Bryan County, Oklahoma. HATCHETT ft FERGUSON, Attorneys. COLUMBIA K-2 $150.00 Your fortune says happiness is coming you will meet a pleasant little lady who willSell you a Columbia Gr.apho- phone and some records. Thats us. Liberty Music Store 117 N. Third Ave. Telephone 790 GRAFONOLAS fHnWMHHMKtfflMKMMWMtfttg.HllgraHl) i B FIRE SALE The entire stock of THE D. HEAD & SON GROCERY Corner Seventh and Main Sale Opens Thursday, APRIL 14th Everything Must Go This Week The Insurance Company's Loss Is Your Gain GE3X IN ON IT! Nothing delivered Nothing charged B. & J. Fire Sales Co. gsssssaaags