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rmnAY JULY 22, 1921 American l.rclON I'""- '"" PAID FOR ALREADY The i i ,, post of the American Lo ...,,.,oi mmnletnri the nav. i.ii H' grandstand and fence . i ir. !' rk. The co3t of the park ' ,h.ut 51.00 and all but $200 : . t.on t ii !. -md without a single ,-n.,, .. !. minion asked for. M than J" ,v-w lalsed from a,,ver :, , .; . on the fence, other BOW " ' r',l"iCd f,m th0 BB,e f efreMn' ' t '""I Panut concessions, td leici't- " tho Kames nas raised ttfreniunil'-r. . ... Bnniielnna f hla tirnnlr will lmo- :i"" ui.iw.- - - Ip ail tl.t.t- against tho park. Vcmlxr- of Argonne post No. 4 l.f t-'niJ will "ride herd" on automo lm, whi'-li will carry more than a Itbousatxl -ir veteran to that city at tie time ',f lno annual state con tention on ."PiemoBr zo una ti ac- lMlnir 1 1 plans oeing lormuiaiea by Robert I UoBrs, post command-! r. Posts of the Legion throughout the brtheru an d western section of the itate hai( wiitton 10 itogers stat in r that Hiey expect to attend the omcntiuti l force making a trip in ntomolilli s Pup tents, u. u. man lets, bacon .inu corree win De a part at the equipment or. delegations oraini: fr'irn long distance. The ldelep.it" from some posts expect to amp me 1 1 more nights on the way, To pie;.ii(' for the automobiles id afesu iril them the Argonne lost ! -I'nliig a 20 acre tract to be hsed a (illclal parking square for lheu.li M'"rans' cars. A guard will ,on ill' minimi to make sure that neri del 'i. iimn will find Its cars then It ' n.idy to start back. o A (oiapl ' Americanization pro- rran tor units of tho women's aux- iar !a 1" "n forwarded to all units in th- Mate Iy Mrs. C. IJ. Lahman it Tul-.i, mIio has been placed in thaw of tl .it branch of the women's brk in M'. Ada D. Pearce of Ard- oore. ( (iimmandor. Ir-n.,i I'ni.t.ict with tho foreign lorn ci "' luuimunity is urged on wreri .iuhIji member by Mrs". Lah- nar. ' Simw them that you are in- le-esi'M :. tin ir efforts to learn the kmerk.m 1 inguage and customs." Urs. I..ilini.i:i urges in her letter to knit "i':i"'i.4 "Glvo them a lift kherew lmlulu. In friendly con- lersiiinn inch them loyalty to our koierniiii nt They will follow your k1iiu it Hi believe you are a real IrleE'l." I'nit- ,'iu urged t,o assist in tho ib'iri.illmi (jl patriotic annicrsat- is j'., I id inlldw to tho letter the ode on the flag at all times. They .re arLni to arrango public lectures mdn programs for the purpose of iducatiim the people about Uie ac :omplisbiut.iit3 for the nation in art, iichltniuie, invention. manufac- ure, and commerce. Help in enforceing the state laws IreWbltmi; the teaching of German trade schooK and providing for m constdtit display of the flag in ie sdiuol, (a asked of all units. o 0rjerianro of American Legion lift at all county fairs in the state i ureod b h. n. Pell of Ardmoro. pte (uniiiiander. in a letter Just w hy mmh headquarters to all ronty commanders in the state. totintj commanders are asked to l mectlncs of their county execu- P'e committees composed of all post loamanderi at once to make plans I'rth- di'inty reunion of war veter- U at tin lairs. .Snecinl nroemms ! tllsp .((( fnr thn nntut (ilnmnnt V 'he I.trlonnalrcs and other for- Fwsoiiiion who will attend. "Bion jinsts are asked to Join in PMln. i lii.dth sit ovnrv nitntv ir. It l4 quciroclnrt fhnt war rollen J ticttjrf -, ,o Included In thn hnnth ' ! I'i nfflora rr tnamhora Hhirro i' -ill times to aid veterans I' Kal.ni' itmltcatlon for camnsnsa- 08 or ilctnry medals or vocational lulni" Pull Inlnrni'illnn nn traf '' Ir ',llW(. fln1 nlh ,nlln,., r,f Wret I 1 fnmw.r Onlrllnro lo on,,. tested " tat f( Iniinrtnri if tlm Amnrl. r L'noi a iippn moved from the filth floor of the state ' ". It is now located I Mhlrli adjoins the of ' le soldiers relief com- away from their work In tho hay uuu uoiirai iieias, Teams of T.Ainn tMAmKta Colllnsvllle. Sklatook, and Chelsea v-uiijr moiorea lo ciaremoro and hold an Amcilcan Leglou rally with the Claremore post. Addresses woro made by C. H. .ftneway, state vice commander, and the commandors of Rogers and Tulsa counties. TEXAS LFXilSLATUUK IN SPECIAL 8E8SION NOW Texas lepislaturo met at Austin in spoclal session Monday and started consideration of FOme halt-dozon recommendationt by Oovernor Pat Neff, which include, legislation to abolish the Texas suspended sen tence law, more effertlvo State pro hibition law, strict economy in pub lic financing, etc. It Is reported and hinted In numerous dispatches that tho feeling between Oovernor Neff and the legislature Is not very kind ly Just now, and that tho best criti cism of the legislature on tho Gover nor's part is likely to precipitate a row. . TUB DPIANT WEWTI V TMtm FIVE OKLAHOMA IlANKKItS PLEDGE MILLION TO HELP COTTON Tho Oklahoma City cloaring house association, Tuesday definitely pledg ed tho cotton growers' association credit to tho extent of $1,000,000 lo help finaucu the 1921 cotton crop. Tho action followed recommends- lions by a commltteo appointed last iiiuny uy inB uioanng House Asso ciation to investigate the practica bility of co-operation of its members with tho cotton Association. The bankers approvod a plan em bodying the aasurauco and purchase of inland trado bills and bank acceptances. AN INSIDIOUS FOE Malaria in such pn Insidious foo to mankind and once entrenched in tjio human system is so hard to era dicate, that it takes tho combined and coordinated effort of nil citizens In every community subject to the mal ady to eradicate it, t Tho physicians troaU only thoso who conmilt, him and as people begin to feel bolter they often discontin ue treatment with tho result that they become malaria carriers and chronic Biifferers. It takes long and cartful treatments to get tho germ out of the system. Otherwise harm le.ii complications cause hundrwili of deaths lack of vitality produced by this scourage or tho section of the Southern United Slates. The International Health rioard In cooperation with the state and fed eral health authorities is conducting many campaigns and malaria con trol projects. In theso demonstra tions it strongly recommended that the Inhabitants of a malaria infected district take quinine systematically as a preventative measure. The fam ily physician should bo consulted when tho disease shows Itself In any family. Malaria Is gaining in the South. Wrllo tn the Slate Hoard of Health or ask tho local Ited Cross for detailed Information on how to combat It. Health Bulletin of the American Tied Cross. CITIZENS OIL COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Gasoline and Oils Service Station 420 W. Main Free Delivery in City Telephone 721 Durant, Okla. DR. A. L. STOUT OSTEOPATH First BUto Bask BalMlx Phone 888 Durant, Okla. Dr. J. A. Clay Dr. S. Ft. Clay CLAY BROS. Optical Specialist We grind your lenses In our own shop. No delays. Promptness and reliability our Motto Office with O'Banloa Musle Co. Phone 793 Durant tStttttSttStttStSSttttttStltK LODGE DIRECTORY 000 ODltANT LODGE No. 48 K&JkkM. Stated communications on Ttairsv day night after the full Moon of Mk month. Visitors welcome. O. B. DUNLAP. W. U. J. C. 8COTT. Sec'r. TnhTATffCHAPTKR No. 88, R, A. Ml Itegular meetings on Friday alskft oefore tho full Moon of each moaUk. I'lsltors welcome. JOHN W. HBRNDON, H. P. J. C. BCOTT, Sec'y. DURANT COMMANDRY No. 81 K.C Regular conclave, second aaft 'ourth Tuesdays of each monta. Vls '.ors welcome. J. D. HICKMAN, E. a J. C. SCOTT, Recorder IURANT CHAPTER No. 17 O. B. . Regular meetlnga on Satardaf i Ight on or before the fall Mom C tach month. Visitors welcoaa. MRS. M. OR AY, W. K. MRS. V. M. COLI, SM. .'1 ' I'llM 1 Urn's. i' t .i r-lMr J'j( p fa' f' i I1T ( laartt. fJ l"lpli of Oklahoma City, :' fhlf clerk of the 1 iil nook and Is now In ( '!( nfffon DnnJnlnh ...no '' III Vl 1 rvn rtt n Annain I'll j ""'"hn 'uiiu.- ""'"'fU'thMW. V .. O ' Ik, "- l ''"9 "nam post Of '.'.'." '' '-"'Ion and Its worn- nrj ' ". aunuay wun a U" a the ranptl noq- Phalcaa e i,lr S,eo,s were roasted for A -. , ",,rPS ana wr families iBn.j Tne P'cnlc was given 1 Bund; a? to permit farmers to get 1iBi6Chainof Perkins Stores THROUGHOUT Texas and Oklahoma Announce the Opening Date of the KAUFMAN II - lfmnOfiO iZ J- $500,000 worth SZrti&foX f Merchandise 0yV&s&m 9e8 on Sale II II 1921 The Biggest In History RED TAG SALE 'J " The greatest MERCHANDISE MOVEMENT ever inaugurated by the PERKINS BROS. CO. featuring over ONE-HALF MILLION DOL LARS worth of high grade dependable merchan dise at PRE-WAR PRICES. Entire regular stock will be included in this great event; every item on sale, positively no reservations. Don't spend your money until you have made a thor ough investigation of the wonderful values lo be featured in this great SALE. Stocks are being prepared in readiness for OPENING DAY COME! Bring your neighbor. FRIDAY. JULY 22 ATHBtff Make your plans NOW to be present when we throw open our doors on OPEN ING DAY of this, our greatest RED TAG SALE. Come expecting the greatest BARGAINS in Years. Durant, Oklahoma Bej4u!i4B COMPA i info N1Y. J Remember: Every article in this big store will be reduced in price for this giganf'c RED TAG SALE; positively nothing i-'l! be reserved.