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Tl-T.Y 15, 1921
THE TttTBAWy WEEKI V 1 i.n Association l.OOh.OOn PAID ntnnn..n.. .NINE . , , ...... nvniunnn During the fiscal year, which end ed June 30th, approximately $1,000 000 was paid by the State Industrial Commission to Injured workmen In compensation, hospital and medical attention, according to figures sub. mltted In the annual report of the State Industrial Commission, which has charge of the administration of the Workmens Compensation Law of Oklahoma. Of this amount $729,870 was paid in compensation for injuries and $236,000 was paid for hospital and medical attention. During the year a total of 22,714 accidents, wherein workmen were Injured, were reported to the Commission and the adjust ment of clMms based upon these In juries cost thn Sfno n Lds Session Here satlon of the Internal strife that has flamed through the ages, became effective at noon last Monday. At that hour by orders of the Brltlsli Government and Eamonn de Valera, all fighting ceased. Sinn Fein pledged Itself to refrain from Its harassing tactics, the crown for ces, constabulary and Black and Tans wute Inactive and friends for the flrit time in history, an ab. solute state of peace will have been effected in the turbulent Island. I'AY CHECK WAITING Capt. Highland Mitchell, reports that chocks are In readiness and waiting for thirty-two members of Company e. representing service rendeted by the men, who have oi 11.67 each. On an average of 78 accidents are reported to the Com mission each day. The Workmen's Compensation Law provides a fixed schedule of compensation to workmen In certain Ines of industry who are injured In the course of their employment, and takes the place of expensive and long drawn out litigation In damage suits. The law Is administered without ex Ptiise to the Injured workmen. I RISH-MRITISH TKUCE EFFECTIVE LAST MONDAV The Irlsh-Brltlsh armistice has been signed. A truce between the two Nations, the first authorized ces- either been discharged or moved away. Tho checks range in size from $7 to SO. Any former member of1 the company, having pay due him i should communicate with Capt.1 camping conditions are tine. Tourists passing through the city, often wish for a place to spend the night. There are now from twenty five to fifty tourists passing through each day, and many will spend the night here. 0lAf.vr iuesuuy ik of tho recently Mitchell. r , .vmilii-.fioiii Oklahoma ttfiJiK-l-'i i-onvones here C11 i. Timilir nt next TOURISTS' CAMP OHOUM) The Chamber of Commerce Is pre paring to establish a camp for auto tourlstA. At the noon luncheon Thursday, a committee wac appoint, ed to investigate sites. Lawrence Lee has offered the committee tho free use of a nice block of land, on the K. of T. and Jefferson highway. In the north part of the city. It Is an Ideal location, being right on the highway and accessible to the city. Plenty of shade trees dot tk lot, aid rii. turn '"" t,r l.. .1 urhlnt. !,! 1!'. I " ' "'"" "v ""- LJ"'- ...III l. at looat DR. HARRY S. RICHARDS Graduate Veterinarian Special Attention Given to Small Animals All Calls Answered Promptly Office Shannon Drug Shop Phone 40O efcu . ., hv-lrlnnq anil mm from in- - " , 0.r ji the program Is as ... itfAA a. m. Isioaopm;" .- I" . ., n. w.i h. ire by iti'm""'" - iTf(..ni nki'alnlona ... ,,., nf I lIIt'M'Ill uujoivibuo .rua- " i1110" PDases of la an'-. "-" Wrt of rnmiiiinw- tmunicailon ..i..,m!.. fur membership. nwKd i.'n of officers. l3ih,'. 1... n'"" lJlPl Mill'" d r ,j!-r of this city is , of '1" anctottnn. Drs. TMt" r Armstrong ana J. 'U!er' rnmirl the committee fMSMMfl'' Mlutting aio io maKe au . ,. i..ilui.s .-it bluets. Dr. Hal. luu Hum. Li. Jas. L. Shuler, It; Dr. T. H HilBgs, AtoKa; v HatrK Hugo; ur. k. m. Broken How: ur. H. B. Fus- kkcaito; I)! A. D. Ricks, Cad ! H. K.i. Colbert; Dr. J. lea, Caddo' li. Thomas Hen- , Ft To .-mi: Ur. K. P. Hamp- lODer: 'r. "' "urucouu, L tynn!iN. Durant; ur. it. In: Dr W N Johns, Hugo; Huco: Dr M. Gray, Durant; b Moor. Huso; Dr. M. Gray, t; Dr. J n Moore. Hugo; Dr. tri,iom. Itrokon Bow: Dr. H. lann. AntW; Dr. L. H. Hill. If $30 Will Buy mimred With One Year Or Less Ago Ijoat .-'to!'1 "nmpany of Kan f bi- aii-worfil the people's r-iai! ii - pi ices by posting lir Tilnlitv - ii large circular IbM "Tin- Purchasing Power Frmn id; 'Me of the card n a'lniv i mok.ng into tne Iwir- thN message: 330 la year aeo would buy 100 lbs. of granulated sugar arrow tn the left points to P" $30 Ida will iniy at this store prati'il.i:,il ugar ezr-s lb Imtt-r Old Dutfh rnffee Wiiffc an.l croon tea pa"kac" I'nst toasties !Mk flmi- k:c ,m f.nke flour is Win"!)!!1, milk r? :s I.oe cabii. sirup i' toman.'; corn ft p.i- rico yl!o'.v n-nnipal roHil v- I salmon t3r1lni pork and beans :ka. darker kacoj wa-hing powder 'Crista White snan M pntnrop U Pfirhee 1 aprfrnti fM H-07 bread r.aron n lite", m .rcirnnl 1 of Jar, naiy hf.ris doi2h"nt liack salt I Prix's hakim nnnl w. . ",1-, '- I'MiNherry bran ns nri-(iiiPrt wheat Panut initter 1 orarieoi FIV irnT AT MILL J2ltr,f'V nrs.U.., - .1 lit, 111 r-wutui Ul Uia " when lio ,. .. ,. - InthPMdebyaswIng. 1(1 oru . ni hi .j.t.- rt. h, ... .",""r?7 '"-iay but 1, improving 8tarni'n uAR.. IU4 In : "" WO arIlfl tr.nc-j . an- i1rte'J moving. The "n in the aide. -P0l'Vi, nnr. m i ,. rion 1 tke hi-.,... ... r ia , ;:: a cau.ent i tra ' "m" was tasen &" aAh r the l8 yh weighing Seventy. IKerm,. Wal a hM Blue SBffl twniimiitK9mmmifjfgfgaiBli ''"""-TTTmiMl HHHHHHmHHHHnHHM Mid-Season Clearing Sale The money saving advantages made possible by this sale will greatly exceed your highest ex pectations. The season was late in opening, so in order to turn our over supplies into money quickly we announce an unusual number of record breaking price concessions every article placed on sale adheres strictly to the highest in quality standard of our store. Suits Have Not Cost You So Little in Years The best lines of Suits made are now ready to go at this low record fine good looking Casmiers, Wors teds, i weeds m blues and herring tones. LOT 1 Hirsh-Wickwire Suits; values $55.00, $60.00 and $65.00 now - LOT 2 - $34.85 Light Weight Worsteds, Palm Beach, Mo hairs and Gaberdines $18.50 Palm Beach now $12.45 $37.50 R. & W. Gaberdines now $27.50 $15.00 Palm Beaches now $9.85 $30.00 Tropical Worsteds now $19.50 Values from $9.50 to $12.50 now $6.85 1 TNftS'Sw STETSON HATS Carhartt I Boy's Overalls I im ,J? Dres ShirtB csonrk TT'-,v,., C4.4.nn 0C Mi in Fancy Percales and Madras 5jy.UU ancy btetsons $b.uu rx Texas Kid and while they last $1.00 CQ tc tpo,, cffcc! u 07 U Ver alls onethird off on all dress $8.00 Fancy Stetsons $4.95 ouo Oklahoma Boy shirts $7.00 Fancy Stetsons $4.50 a j jq fiC BOY'S UNION CUITS All Cowbov and Larger pl'r!7 07C $i.r,o Suits now 89c Ail uow oo ana idigei $1 00 gults now 6gc Stvles " Cc Suits now 49c . m ii i nn n j 50c Suits now . 39c one-third off Lion Collars 1M Grade In Stetson Hats A L Coar8 Bjue Work 3 B One-Third Off on All Knox Reduced AU Size8 B and Fancy Hats .. MIHH 17c 49c Iflfl Men's Union $uo MM 21 Suits Blue Work Shirts HH ?Y $1.25 now Heavy Coat Style H vlHI 69c 69c nl "" Men's Best 240 UNION MADE LZ3 Here Is a Chance to Get a . New One- Khald Pants MENS PANTS- - ALLmuws Overalls Sf' 1-2 PRICE Finch's Be8t $9.00 Pants now $7JBS $8 00 Pantg now 96JS The Best Make A- , $7.00 Pants now $sjbs .- wwAfPG Shi Q5 QSr $6.00 Pants now $4.65 KNOX HATS P J7UC .4,00 Pants now $325 A. & L.. ClotKing Co. THE QUALITY STORE 122 West Main Durant, Okla. 1 a rt u m; r: .tst- " a m B ojiq pan.