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The iT,Wf ypjp.Y ggo ELEVEN .V.rMTIFft ., ROADS ANU kiuum. ,,hinon. tools and equipment for road work ....1.000.00 080." i i,nnrrinor marl a. inrlnHinor ina nt . Sion "f right-of-way for roads 10,000.00 HnoI T-2 miles W. of Colbert . .2,675.00 No 2. Rock Creek, Sees. 14 and 23 Brl?V 4 4okiv . n TntiKntitr Praftlr "k aa am ,0. iicnucnj M "" Z.OUU.UU COUNTY EStlMXTE-Continued from paee 10 Bridge Bridge Bridge SeNo. 7.-C. of Sec 2, T. 6, R. 10 5,000.00 ".. .. a onnnnn K No. 4. Sees. 7 and 18, T. 5, R. 10 2,000.00 ESS No. 5.-Bet. Sees. 11 and 14, T. 5 R. 11 3,600.00 So.C Bet. Sees. 3 and 10, T. 5, R. 11 3,500.00 nrfdee No- 8. 2,000.00 nsinpii" ""7""V""-'""-r" -"" P SOUtll 01 bbiiihihsw" w . o,ouu.uu .,'.. .,.,,1 nvnprmpq of Countv Encinppr 5 Knn, on, iprUICHi "" -;-m- . ; r": i" iiaintenalire ol roaas aim repair images on Ce Highways 1,000.00 Knnilir.ES. Bridge No. Triclo Bridge 5,600.00 Bridge iM'. ijiccn. '''"' .ouu.uu 5IS Vn Noar Ashford's 1.600.00 hridee No. 4 east of Caddo 3,000.00 Bridge Mo. o east ui vouuu a.ouu.uu bridge No. 6. east of Caddo .2,500.00 T0TAI - 32,700.00 .EDUCATIONAL rnMMON SCHOOL. m t Common Schools (to be apportioned .twelfth each month on Warrant of County bk to Common ocnooi runa z,vu&.7 TOTAL 59,705.79 .SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 19. ilary of tcacners ozo.uu pr" maintenance 150.00 TOTAL 675.00 I, SEPARATE SUJtlUUJLi yioxnuji. li. zu. jlsrv of teachers 350.00 her maintenance 1,200.00 TOTAL 1,650.00 SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 32 lary of teachers 300.00 ier maintenance 150.00 TOTAI 450.00 SEPARATE SUHUUli LUSTKiUT JNU.3. lary of teachers 525.00 ;hcr maintenance iou.uu TOTAI 675.00 EPARATK SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 51. arv ot teacners oto.w ;her maintenance 200.00 TOTAI 725.00 SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 60 larv of teachers 350.00 her maintenance 100.00 TOTAL 450.00 For X For For X For For X-z. SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 61. Enr Sry f JTherS L440.00 tner maintenance 30o.OO 1 0 1 AL i 74Q qq X-Z.SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO." 66 ' tor Balary of teachers 5,025.00 For other maintenance .'...5,000.00 IVLALi 4 025 00 X-Z.SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.67.' ' " ror salary of teacher eoenn other maintenance . TOTAL 67500 z. SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 68. salary of teachers 525.00 other maintenance 500 00 TOTAL 72500 z. SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 697 salary of teachers 625.00 other maintenance vnn'nn TOTAL 72500 X-Z.SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT Nb7"70A7 For salary of teachers 350.00 For other maintenance ioo 00 TOTAL 7ZZ!Z!460!00 TOTAL Separate Schools 12.865.00 COUNTY ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND IX-W. ROADS AND BRIDGES. For Improvement of Roads 5,000.00 d. Bridge No. 16, Patrolmen 140.00 56.880.00 ratrolmen 16,000.00 TOTAL 47880.00 SINKING FUND. VIII. GENERAL GOVERNMENT. Maturing interest coupons 37,950.00 Commission to Fiscal Agency. Annual Accrual on Judgments 185.00 Refund on tax sale certificates (Sec. 7045 R. L.) 2,500.00 IX. BONDED DEBT. Annual Accrual on Bonds Decifit .52,862.61 Improvement Bonds 86,000.00 TOTAL 99,479.61 SUMMARY OF ESTIMATES Executive 56,034.00 Administrative ;. 35,822.50 Regulative 5,500.00 Judicial 13,910.00 Curative 6,075.00 Charitable 3,000.00 General Government .7,350.00 Agriculture 17550.00 Constructive 63,810.00 Common School 29,705.79 Separate School 12,865.00 Accrual on Bonds 36,000.00 TOTAL 557,52259 ESTIMATED INCOME FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN ADVALOREM TAXATION ' GENERAL FUND. Source and Class Total Fund County ATTORNEY. Fees 1,025.00 SHERIFF. Fees Earnings by Deputies 1,877.71 COUNTY CLERK. Fees Clerk's Division Fees Register's Division 13,000.00 License Vendors and Cigarette TREASURER. Fees 478.15 SUPERINTENDENT. Fees Application for Teacher's Certificates . 362.00 COUNTY COURT. Fees License Pool and Billiard Fines Forfeitures 8,357.55 Marriage Ceremonies COURT CLERK Fees County Court Fees District Court Fees Stenographer's MISCELLANEOUS J. P. Gross Production Tax 3056 TOTAL 25,130.66 STATE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION FUND State Highway Tax (1-4 Mill.) 9,834.00 TOTAL 9,834.00 COUNTY ROAD MAINTENANCE FUND. Automobile Tax 14,700.00 TOTAL 14,700.00 SINKING FUND TREASURER. Interest on Inv. of Sinking Fund 600.00 Penaty on Delinquent Tax 6.000.00 TOTAL 6,500.00 COMMON SCHOOL FUND State Apportionment 82,113.05 Interest on Daily Balance 11,791.85 Mortgage Tax .3,128.29 Registration of Choses in Action 13.65 Marriage License 1,566.P0 Fines and Forfeitures J. P .3,092.90 TOTAL 61,705.64 CERTIFICATE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, COUNTY OF BRYAN.sa: We, the undersigned, duly elected and acting members of the Board of County Commissioners, of said County and State, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing estimate was made at a meeting of the Board of County Commissioners, held on the first Monday in July, 1921 ; that the same is correct and that all estimates made are necessary for the respective pur poses above set forth. Dated at Durant, Okla., this 5th day of July, 1921. J. W. JONES, Chairman Bard of County Commissioneds. B. N. HULTSMAN, Commissioner. W. L. RAMBO, Commissioner. Attest : EARL WARD, County Clerk. ,K.Appear8 Chickasha And Asks Clean Up ltheChii'na'-hn Express) pts of Ku Klux Klnn" have to Sht'itff Matt Sankey to nediat .-.tens to eliminate litlon outlined In letters re- Ma fir 0 Coftnian and lips, chief of police. Tho ap- nade In a letter found lay- be floor in. the sheriff's of- utin rnp nf the letter fol- dajs aso letters were wrlt- Coffman, Mayor, and Ben Itaiet of fmlipp of Chickasha peir attention to an unde- M'tlon exhtlne In this p knowK-iiKo of the condt- Mt forth in the letters re- loo exist ami havo reasons i that Mnwir Coffman and flllps know of these condi- nare re.i.-fms in hpllnvn know of the. conditions j lot, Hw that this is a matter ' u ato not. dlrectlv r- tut Inasmuch as thn Mtv pferred (o have, throuch Itnd public statements, do lmen conditions exist and elimn.lt Pd thorn anil N they ,lo still exist, VTO jou as sheriff of Grady "enext hlsher officer to ln appeal, to take, Jmme- r unwary steps to rid HOeSe Utlileslrnhlo olHTana m a delrnhlo condition In tjre youths undivided sup- Ilttn.. 8 'TinnAAftnf1- r the Ku Klux Klan." EATV MlM'O T. DIK TO COMB UP esters around Wash : now avim h. t..i "'S ma u ..j ... Ilk. ' v "POClOQ o L- oaiueg. mlnn8 the . --" -nam, at, wnicn MM V. ?".. " ? Itfli. ino nepuoil- KEMP POSTMASTER HAS A STATEMENT TO MAKE The Achlllo Press on failing to col lect an account from one of Its sub scribers finds no other way of ap peasing its wrath than trying to quibble with the postmasters. In its Issue of July the fifteenth it says that the postmaster at Kemp, Okla homa has not the courtesy of a com mon business man and as evidence offers the statement that It, Inquired of him some thirty days ago as to who had been receivelng its publi cation at that office but as yet has not received any reply. This reminds us of a lonely maiden who addressed an inquiry to the north star some three centuries ago and desired to know If her lover who had gone in quest of the north pole had perished In the snow or had he found a sunny paradise from which he cared not to return. At last ac count she had not received any an swer. Yet, we all know that the north star still shines true to its set purpose and violates no law of nature. To those who do not know the postmaster at Kemp we wish to say that rnurtenv Ir our motto and the Golden Rule Is our religion. If the Achllle Press or any other concern will send Its mailing list to ub, we will revise and return It In proper observance of the postal laws and regulations. We wll state further that we have no grievance with the Press and we desire to cultivate the good will of and render our best services to that Institution as well as to all others. R. L. ADAMS, Postmaster at Kemp, Oklahoma. Harding Requests Power To Dicker On Tariff Rates President Harding amazed Con gress and tho whole contry early this week when he asked Congress to give him authority to bargain with other nations of the world to remove ex isting duties on oil or other discrim inations which he said hampered the trade with the United States. The request was conxyed through a let ter to Congressman Fordney. author of tho nresent Republican tariff bill. The president appeared in direct op position to the duties on oil but wants authority to impose them against any nation that hampers tho facili ties of trade with the United States. For the most part Republicans hnvB fnvored an imnort duty on oil and Democrats have opposed it. Ok lahoma oil men and those rrom omer States have put up a big fight for a protective tariff and when news first came that the Item was not on the free list there was much rejoicing In the numerous Oklahoma oil towns. Tulsa oil men ecn Invited the Presi dent to attend a conference on tho subject at Tulsa. SPOUTS TO SPEND WEEK AT DEVILS DEN The several troops of Boy Scouts of Durant are to spend the whole of next week, commencing July 25, at beautiful Devil's Den In Johnson county, some four miles west of Tishomingo, whore they will be in charge of Scout Commissioner John S. Vnughan, with troop masters of tho several troops In command of the several troops. Thoy and their varied lot of camp equipment and tents will got away early Monday in two huge trucks, one of them haul inu (lie equipment and tho other the forty-five or fifty boys In tho gang. While thero they will equip an Ideal camp, among the trees, close to fish ing, swimming and boating water and are making big plans for a great time. The State convention of tho Okla homa State Musical Association will be held at McAlester August 5, 6 and 7. Wm. C. Mattox, who is secretary of the convention, announces that he has received this announcement from the president, A. E. Harshaw, who lives at Sclplo, Oklahoma. Georges Carpentier, who has been signed to meet Gibbons, the fast light heavyweight ot Milwaukee, some time In October. Gibbons Is very fast and a clever boxer, although the big sporting writers don't seem to give him much chance with the lightening fast Frenchman. Hoarr bk wltboat quMtion llf HUNTS OUARANTEEU I SKIN DISEASE RBMBDIBO (Hunt oi op, ... thetrntmint of Iteh. Btitoii, Rlngwon,Ttttf or oOwr 1Mb. ioi skin dlMMM. Try thai traatmrat at our rUB. A. U KIMURIEL'S DRUG STORK IIYlria o m tapr. wwcva wim UNDERESTIMATED We cannot appreciate the value of a checking ac coJnt unlil iffitae comes that demands more ready cash than we have in our pocket. HAVE YOU ONE? With our folding pocket check book your balance is always at hand. Deposits Guaranteed FIRST STATE BANK Durmnt, Oklahoma ANOTHER ONE Tho Bokchlto oil well will be opened up and drilling will begin next week. Mr. Walk, the contrac tor, Is here on the ground, and says he has a large and sufficient quan tity of casing on the way which he is looking for any time and he as sures tho people that drilling will bo gin just as soon as It arrives Bok chlto Advocate. CLAIM TO HAVE STRUCK OIL SAND NEAR CADIM) "It did not take tho drillers long after putting tho Keystone rig to work on the McCoy well to got through the hard rock that had baf fled the rotary so long. A amid was promise that the di filers sunk casing struck Monday night, that gavo such and bailed tho well, getting a fine oil showing, so wo aro told. "The men having chargo of tho work are Ruing carefully nnd will give this a thorough test before go ing further. Thoy are at tho same depth that this showing was encoun tered Inst year In tho other well. "Tho drillers have great faith that a paying well will ho mado at this depth right away." Caildn Horald. Tho Nows is now prepared to turn out first class job printing. Sp( f c f )eaai oaie TOILET GOODS Talcums, Perfumes, Creams, Powders, Rouges and Lotions An opportunity to save money on Toilet' Necessities COME IN TOMORROW CRESCENT DRUG COMPANY 217 W. Main Telephone 99 CAPITAL $100fi00M SURPLUS $55 fiOOM The Bank That Accommodates The First National Bank OF DURANT, OKLAHOMA. Business Solicited. C. C. HATCHETT, PresUmi GREEN THOMPSON, VUPmMmt FRANK GIBSON, Vl&Prmldmt DIAL CVRRIN. CmahUr FRANK L. DYER, AuUlmnt-Cathier RALPH OWN BY, A-Utmmt Cmthler J, 8. TURNER, Amktmt Cmahier. m CIa.1 m m m (hit JS.V4 imi lm$ P ka. " bOHMMAIir' SLV-sj-top-"- "urMt,okia.