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. I1.! . i. 111 111', 1,'t ill fan ! R&i fci. ft & V ! !fcl ;,3 N I? EIGHT Tftft.pffPANT WFBKI.V NEWS Cousin Jane's Bedtime Stories Jacklr Colt's ISIrthday Party (By Royce Anderson) Everythlnq wai hurry, Fcurry In the barn yard. The nun Rhone out brightly end everyone was preparing (or a great time for to day was Jackie Colt's birthday. "We muft hurry babies," called out Mis. Speckle Top to her chicks," "or we will be left out, for It is to begin strictly at eight o'clock." "Mamma, let me help," chirped the least chickadee, who would be more in the way than help. "No, no, dear we must hurry, here comes Mrs. Bronze Turkey with her babies, put on your bonnets and let's go along with her," and with a cluck, cluck they started off. "Have you heard the news, Mrs. Speckle Top?" asked Mrs. Ilronze Turkey. "Uncle Bunny Itabblt is going to be there and will tell us lots of nice stories." "Oh, how grand I've always want ed to hear him!" exclaimed Mrs, Speckle Top. "What Is he going to tell about?" "I don't know, although, I'm sure It will be something nice, but listen," aid Mrs. Bronze Turkey, lowering her voice, "We mustn't let Hover Dog know or be will run him away." "Isn't It a shame Rover Dog has to bark no and scare him away," replied Mrs. Speckle Top. The party was going to be a great thing for all the barnyard people. They had never had any before. Mamma Hattle Horse had every thing ready for the expected many of her friends to be there. The house cat with her three kittens, Bell, May and Bess were to te there, the barn cat with her two kittens, Wise Old Mr. Turkey Gobbler, Goosle Gander and many others. Even Uncle Bunny Rabbit was coming. He had promised if anything didn't happen and Rover Dog wasn't there to come and tell them stories us he was con sidered very wise by all the barn yard friends. "Oh. what a jolly time we are go ing to have, "whispered kitty Bell to her sisters May and Bess aB they Joined the party. "Hello. Jackie Colt." called Mrs. Speckle Top. "Are we late? I hur ried as fast an I coo Id. You know I have so many babies to take care of." "Oh, no, you are not late. Uncle Bunny hasn't come yet," replied Jackie Colt. Just then there came a cherry Hello everybody, and turning around there stood Uncle Bunny Rabbit. "Hello," cried everyone," We thought you were not coming." "I'm sorry if I am late," replied Uncle Bunny. "We are ready for the games to Btart," announced Mamma Hattle Horn. "What shall be the first game?" "Let's let Uncle Bunny suggest something the forest people play." "said Jackie Colt. "Alright," agreed the others. "Well, let me see," said the Bun ny Uncle, studying a minute. "Sup pose we play "Walk as I wolk. Choose pomeone for your leader and the way he walks oil the rest try to walk like he does. He can hop, crawl or do any way he wants to do." "That will be fun, who shall be our leader? exclaimed Jackie Colt. "Let Jackie Colt" exclaimed sev eral. "Let floosie Gander or Callie Calf." called others. It was decided that kitty Spot, the house cat. was to be leader. "Alright walk where I walk." she called out climbing up a tree near by. . "That i'n't fair." called out wise Old Tuikey Cobbler, "we can't climb a tree. "Choose another lender " said Uncle Bunny. "Wise Old Turkey Gobbler was chosen this time. "Every one walk as I walk," gob bled Tin key Gobbler, hopping on one foot. It was iiuite n bit of fun hopping on one foot. Of course some couldn't "Thot's enough of that game, let's hae Uncle Bunny's story," sug gested a new voice; and upon looking mound they beheld ltoer Doy right in their midst. "Oh! Uncle Bunny will run away!" exclaimed Mts. Ilronze Turkey at the top of her voice. But she was too late Uncle Bun ny scampered away as fast as his legs would carry him Into the woods with Hover Dog Barking loudly be hind. So the barnyatd friends had to go to their homes very much disappointed. Democratic State Meeting July 26 Meeting of the State Democratic Central Committee will be held in Oklahoma City July 2.1 for submls. sion by a special committee of a plan for reorganizing the party organiza tion in the State. Notices of the meeting, together with copies of the proposed plan, have been sent out by Chairman Ren Lafayette and Secretary I). B. Welty of the com mittee. The special committee sub. mlttlng the plan Is George Bowman, Kingfisher, national committeemen, A. A. McDonald, Hugo, and H. L. Fogg, El Reno. The special committee was author ized at a meeting of the State com mittee last December to submit some plans for reorganization. The plan provides first for precinct organi zations', chairman of which shall compose the county committee. Chairman of the county committees shall compose the State committee but the chairman of the State com mittee does not necessarily have to be a county committeeman. The plan also provides for a State confeience, this to be held in Febru ary of any campaign year for selec tion of State candidates, the State committee to Issue call for such, a conference In December preceding. The proposed plan will have li'en considered by members of the com mittee and they will be prepared to decide If it is to be adopted when they meet the latter part of the month. COW WITH IlAIUKft DITES MAN ON THK HAND Near Sherman. Texas last week, P. J. Francis, was bitten on the hand by his family milch cow, which had been found to be affiliated with rubies. When the owner and a vet-erlns-rlan went Into the pasture to see about the cow, she chased them Into trees, but not until Francis had been bitten. The cow died shortly The injured man was given the Pas. teur treatment. ItF.KKiNKD FROM NEWSPAPER Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Jennings are down from Oklahoma City to spend a few days with relatives. Mr Jen nings has been associated with the Oklahoma News for the pest year, but has severed his connection with the paper and It is probable that he will re-enter school work, having several nice positions offered him. Maw haafc Jk . i ItfHUNra OUARANTEED I HON DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt' Satoa and Soap), fail la the treatment of Itch. Bcitma, Int akin dltrawa. Try thia MMinnn ai our rwa. A. L. KIMIlltlKIK UltKi STOKE II f ll bIBBBBBBBbM Hill BgPPEpOS.TS GUARANTEEDjjg IT'S A SAFE BET- ll.at tlu young man you see working hard and savin,' a portion of his money each week will certainly succeed. ARE YOr ONE OF THEM? If not best start this week. This Hank offers the best fa cilities to take care of your needs. How To Prevent Summer Diarrhea i!y Dr. A. It. Lewis State Health Commissioner.) Most mothers dread (!. hut SUCCEEDS HIS FATHER AS C. OF C. DIRECTOR At the noon luncheon of the Dur ant Chamber of Commerce, held on Thursday noon, Oalln H. McKlnney u uiecteii ns r. director of the as- weather becuuse It Is then tint their relation to fill out the unexpired babiey aie most likely to It lck. term of his father, Ed. G. McKlnney, In fact, until a few years ago, pople (deceased. generally believed no baby u uM e- Oalln Is one of the city's most cape Diarrhea, or "suiutin r com-1 promising young business men and plaint", during the hot weutlur and has succeeded to his father's jobs they accepted this condltiM- ith In several particulars, lesignation. ! He has also been honored recently The establishment of heal" .en. 'by election to the directorate of the tets with the "follow.up" uik ol public health nurses, has vei r i ' ly reduced the death rate aim tig i rants In the ciowded, imlii-triul cities of the East. That of Brook lyn, Massachusetts hag been leilu.eil to .14 pel 100,000 population -Okla homa City's is 84. ThU slin, be Dun.nt National Bank to rucceed A. L. Severance, resigned. HKXNINUTON TEST WELL IS ABANDONED According to the Bennington Trl. hune. the test well being drilled near yond a doubt that with Instruction th town 1US been abandoned at 1,- and proper care, summer di.nihea 6 feet, the casing pulled and the may be prevented. Sanitary surroundings (utilili In- liifluu Ihp nlitil.firfa nf fllou I tilenlV of pure drinking water, restt'nl sleep further drilling, and the proper food while tie baby is cutting his teeth are the imiioit- ant preventive measures U r the Important preventive measiiies fur the mother to adopt. driller gone. It seems that a strata of very hard rock similar to granite was encountered which put a snag in ununnttnununuttxtnuttu a a n LEGAL NOTICES Improper food Is usually the un- 888888888888888888 dertaking cause of Diarrhea. When i a baby starts to cut his teeth, a de-1 Jst insertion July I, 1921 cided chemical change take., nlace 4th Insertion July 22, 1921 in the digestive tract. In tle stom achs of normal babies there is a kind of ferment, or chemical fluid which Nature has provided for the special purpose of digesting milk. When the teeth are cut tins "fer ment" disappears. It is dining this period when the milk diet is banged to the food diet, that the greatest care should be exercised because the digestive tract is not sufficiently de veloped, to digest coarse foods or vegetables. Don't give the baby "just any thing" to eat because be crie for it. Have your family physician help you decide on a definite course of feeding and stick to the program. Milk in certain quantities Is go.nl but it must be handled with the utmost care to prevent contamination Bot tle babies should have certified milk. And babies, the same as grown-ups like more water in the sunimei. Give him plenty of water between feed ings. In addition to screens on the doors, the baby should be protected fiom flies by netting and .specially while he is asleep. Health rules which mothers follow more or less Irregularly, must be strictly adhear ed to during the hot months, if they would prevent their babies from Summer Diarrhea. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of August, 1921, or as soon thereafter as can be heard ap plication for executive clemency will be made for Tom Harper, convicted of robbery In the first degree, in the district court of Bryan County, Ok lahoma, during the October term 1920 and sentenced to serve a term of ten years in the Penitentiary at McAIester, Oklahoma. Witness my band this the 27th day of June 1921. Tom Harper Phillips & Shirley, Attorneys. the above named Court for foreclot. ure of mortgage on 8E4 of 8E4 of NW4 of Sec. 31, Twp. 6 South, Rani 9 East, In Bryan County, Oklahoma and for the sale of said property to satisfy an indebtedness of $142.76 with Interest at ten per cent per an num from February 4th., 1920 and $400.00 with interest at ten per cent from December 19th 1919, and for $100.00 attorneys fee for foreclosure of mortgage and must answer the petition filed against him therein by said plaintiff on or before the 12th day of August, 1921, or said petition will be taken as true and Judgment rendered accordingly for the fore, closure of said mortgage and the sale of said lands to satisfy said Indebtedness. Attest: Lacy Grimes, Court Clerk. Warren B. Phillips, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1st insertion July 1, 1921 3rd Insertion July 16, 1921 STATE OF OKLAHOMA, 'SB. COUNTY OF BRYAN. ' IN THE DISTRICT COURT NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENTS AND PETITIONS FOR FINAL DISCHARGES. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing Administrators and Guar dians have filed their Final Reports and Petitions for discharge and dis tribution of estate. Said Reports and Petitions for distribution of estate will come on for hearing at the July Term of 'the County Court of Bryan County, Ok lahoma, on the 20th day of July, A. D. 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. of said day, at the County Court Room in the City of Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma, and all persons Interested therein will ap pear on or before said date and file their written objection to said Re ports and Petitions for Distribution of the zoii n .. " 0fDVld'D.Rtti, --, m io" A.5ttr " .Thomas Di dlan of .i.. ? Minor. ues 1"2 Thomas d dlan of Willi. 'rs Minor. """"ml 1446 V. T. Tin.. iiiii . JOnBo. nj Lillian Johnson itLri 1761 Gen ": MMf. I Howard Willi. ' ---- --.,: Hunter, 20 rewJr,,;6t- . Jlmmle Gibson, j!' 2nan nr ". "in, r. ttim i Ancle Gibson, MhV Lorena Git.on. MI'W t L. winham Given unit.. ....'.ril .i ..:.::: "'i homa. this 29th ,it ctj .CT( "' l Merit or Bryan I "J ucaaie rrancitco BREG, GARRETT i D. L. Stradfori, j FARM L0A Our Titlfin dm , in Durant, assurisfi serve you, if it uFn 34 Wet Mrf. i Durmt,0kk BELFAHT RIOTING At.AIN Regardless of the truce signed last week between the Irish Republ.ic England the Black and Tanelements in Ireland, which was effective at once, rioting broke out in Belfast Sunday in which fifteen persons were killed and hundreds Injured. 1st insertion July 1, 1921 4th Insertion July 22, 1921 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION In the District Court of Bryan County, State of Oklahoma. Harold M. Phillips, Plaintiff, versus W. H. Knoles, defendant. No. 4642. Said defendant, W. H. Knoles, will take notice that he has been sued in J. R. HANNAH Attorney .at-Law GRIDER BUILDING Rooms 5-7 Durant, Oklahoma AUTOMOBILE FIRES Over 50 per cent of automobile fires are calised by the car setting itself afire back-firing or something else. 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