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.ntv. nov. n. itai
COMIiNVi TU LjIU'JJj
1or Vartotes Offlm Be
P"- - . -.
fMl"r A"001 rwr
t'lipalRn. in 1919, there
. rroat many men anilous
11. MB tttjt IM! A Htt7t
' ..ilrnrtlvn In vlnw nf thn
I'0 II.. tilk ne,t nf lllnir
illilllJ l"B" vw- ...mB,
. Ixi n ttlffnriinl ilnw
I-.,., t in t. . ..,
V-rimMlun that wilt open short
.... i first of January, hecauso
iiro a lt lower, the sal-
.itirticil to oiflco nro tho
iMtor ami John arc harder
i of tho business Is thnt
. Iru.uly qulto sovral pros
u Dilates for various county
tm of them openly an-
others "Just looking
,itul stilt others often spo-
,n tho political situation
f,,illy centers around tJio
,.!f r.uo, anu ii scorns imeiy
Lt tin o will no a ii men oi nspir-
ft, r.t 'ir.
.6,ri'f Hiiol Taylor, now serving
i fir-' im wwi arK ro-eieciion. u
fciu'il v dono and he has said so
lvr Phillips, formerly sheriff
i ttc unty, is an avowea canui-
bl 110 ll'UIl) OUMI nil IU U IUI-
ifitiho or mis nowspaper last
i m t lint makes two sure ones.
,It ViMlts, former county assessor
L4 i ter unuur snirm, is rrcoiy
Lkei! ' ! n canumaio tor tno or-
i. o far as luis scriuo has
rsi 1 li '" not R0 ftatod.
n.c aRuin, mo ropori Bams
OTrd that Davo WriRht, whom
Igtl m'or dcroaieu ror ro-oicction,
Ul leu. -i Bhortiy and himself mnke
It t. '
it I i'Ijo Bald that John Conn has
Iten i cil io make thn race for
il If. In a receptho attitude
. boon mentioned In former
i Im has never been suffl
tu dusted heretofore.
,n no busybody, Dame Rum
i if It that lleorge Carpenter
Ke the campaign. It Is ip
' it (JoorRo on a former c
d too late to have his
b-on talked for a Iouk timu
. f of 1'ollco Jim Kiel sey
liTltf Home il.iy, but It is
I he will oppose Kuel Ta
of Ktnniet lloyilxtun of
also freely mentioned In
i as a piospcctlvc canill-
i f ir as Is known lie has
r or not rounty Jtiilce I'ln-
tei'ledlon U a ptoMeni
ii i lost'it frlendn ha that
ill the I mining but will at.
bailor Jinllcl.il position.
. iiimoiI that foiinei .Mulct;
i i In. at pri'-i nt State I'.ii-
l'lmle Attorncx, will letnin
inr to j.ot the count
1 ji bark It It roenlleil In
nertlon that be and Judge
mi" out mighty rinse In the
inning, but when it was all
Mr I limey ua adjudged to
h'i tln t'leuiou. It Is i u 1 1 y
woiMit Mt tka efftM afftla tf
u wan mmm to klB, bit mn
QBttImM ehaai thtlr nladt. All
that he has said to a rtprMtnUtlv
or inn paper About It It that he It
anxlou to Ret back into private
It Is practically conceded that As
sistant. County Attorney Stanley Wll
Hams, formerly of Caddo, will Mplre
to tho chief's job. Btanley seems to
havo mado mighty good at second
man, and then, It Is usually done.
Hero again tho name of (loot go V,
Deck bobs up. Oeorgc likes to be In
criminal enses, and there are plenty
oi mom m get into In the county
attorney's office. Ills closest friends
say that If he Miould get Into the
poutirni ring nt all It will he for
Judge lioner'a name likewise
comes up In mention of candidates
tor county attorney. Iln has boon
assistant for qulto some time, doing
some special work In connection with
tho Indian tax suits, nnd helped on
genornU work fnennwhlln. llo Isn't
much of a chap to tell his business
to people anil hasn't put out much
talk nboit bis Intention In this re
gard. The niiinu of J. It. Hannah li al
so mentioned ns n pmspect. Mr.
Hannah was assistant for a while,
but resigned the position to beconio
Indian 1'iobalo Attorney. Soon ar
ler the Republicans got hold of
things nationally, Mr. Hannah re
signed that, position and Is now In
private piactlee, but bis frlontW are
It looks like Bart iota a eee tern
There promises to be Interest la
the assessor's race. Lonnte Glenn
has as good aa said he would aeek
re-election. He won by a wide mar
gins In former campaigns.
Justice of the Peace W. 8. Archi
bald Is also talked of In this connec
tion. His closest friends say ho haa
mado plans to enter tho race at the
proper time, and he has Intimated
as much to the writer.
J. I. Clinton, who has been a can
didate for tho offlco before Is being
talked as a propecllvo randidate
again, but as fni ns wo have learned,
bus not encoutnged or dlcouraged
The name of V. II. Yeatts, bobbs
up again In connection with tho as-
County Superintendent J. I., Cun
ningham In serxlng his second terms,
for first vlertlon and re-elortlon, J.
i. llle gae him ,i run tor his
money, ltoth race were mighty close.
Kolks are uiglnc Mr. Cunningham
to ask another term, but ho hasn't
said yog or no, loud enough for tho
writer to hear. Ho Is to bo regarded
an a proipcrl how oxer for the pres
ent. Mr. lt)lu announced, when he con
reded defeat In 1120, that ho would
run until he won. Ho hasn't made
any iintiounremont to tho contrary
within out knowleilgo, Ko he must he
i. tin,? ... . ii i . . .... wiinin out Ktiowiei go, no he in
li .Inn to get him interested, it is lnmpl(loUM, nR Rtl,11,,,110.ppcl
ul th.it San, Maytubby, Jr., of
will be ;i ('.iniliil.ite Sain ran
got Into tho rare lato and
Mug owryihlnc pollid a good
't rnoy G. P. Dork of Durnnl U
! spoken of as a prospect, but te
b:i I. ibnt (loorge has (hopped lends
to 'in (onrluslou that tie may get
la', imltlci hut not for that Job
Ge. ( h.is beeir a citizen here for
tw " -flic year and has lieon arilxo
la I'l'imicratlc nff.tlra, but has not
ti i fflre
1ti'n ngiiln, It is reported that As
'tTi County Atlornv W I, lloner
ii eek tills office. Wbllo former
J- I', 'lllu una confined to bed
Minis, Mr. Honor acted County
.iinl tieemeil to like tho work
i H'i he hasn't had anything to
bout It himsolf.
tur C. Phillips is sonlng his
ul term as lounty attorney, he
Id ti havo stated that be
There Isn't much dope about the
county trcusurei's race. The shake
up of tho past few days (.pilled tho
dope. Jim Mooro of Caddo, appoint
ed to tho offico to fill out tho unex
pired term of tho absconding official,
Is said to bo recehlng urge fiom
his friends to bo a candidate for the
offlco next time. Ho hag been too
busy getting started in as treasurer
to talk ubout the political end of It.
It Is ronridrntially expected that
Joo Mo)il of llennlngtoii will run
next ear. Homier bent him in 1020,
but not. badly. Mr. l.lod got into the
i.ico lato , In xlew of which he made
a splendid showing In tln returns.
Frank Ilymls, foimo. Mayor of Ilu-
rant, whoo nnmo was proposed to
the rounty commissioners when fll
ling the x.ir.mcy In the orflco recent
ly, Is said to be a prospective candi
date, and hi closest fi lends are try
ing to push him into the ring He
hasn't said publicly w bethel or not
be Is interested.
'I he i-aiiie lemarks prett apply
to Tom lleusoii, eciotaiy of the
rotiut I'll ft Ion bo.ml, wbo-e name
was also proposed fir the acamy
111 the offlie Tom Is one of the old
timers In the county and knows al
most ru'rybody, and would l .i
t.ingeioiis iiiioneut for nn man.
Karl Wind Is mixing hi.s rlisi
lei in as i mint doik and is expected
to ask a sucond one Ho nun the of
Hi i la-t tlmo b) Mich a big nrirgln
nf votes that opposltlnii Seoul to
b.ne hoi n scared off, for the wilier
has not he.ird of a single man spoken
of seriously as a prospective i.unll
dale Our iliipo Is tlibrefore nil and
It A Cbostiut, of llokrhllo, made
a good l are against It. K. Mcintosh
once. Humor sax a thai be bus his
e.xo on the office again and that ho
may heroine a candidate.
They havo lady superintendents in
lots of States and In soma counties
in Oklahoma Mr Cunningham's
first assignment Is a very competent
oung woman. Miss Kthol I.unn, a
Duiant raised young woman. It is
reported In some circles thnt Miss
l.unn may be prevailed upon to en
ter the race, In the event Mr. Cun
ningham dors not ask another term.
Thole isn't much dope on the
court clerk's rate, elthot. l.acy
iJilmos won reelection without oppo
sition He hasn't said whether or
not be vvlhes or would nrrept an-
nthci term, and hasn't been intor-
x lowed on the subject, but It Is
known thnt ho Is being uigod some,
In some quarters it Is expected
that Ralph Dnughcity will nsplio to
the offlie. He Is at piosetit deputy
clerk, and apparently n highly com
petent one He likewise lias not
been aked as to his intentions In the
matter lu an open Held he xx'ould
di.ixv his support, no doubt, from ex
erxlco men of which he Is one
B. r. ttuon will robably be a
candidate tor reetecUoa. Ha raa
several times before he won, sad
seems to have Riven satlsfaetloa
during his first term.
It Is eipected that R. A. Bishop,
former weigher, may get Into the
rare again. He Is being asked to
do so, hut hasn't said.
Tho name nt Hob Illalr nf the
Utlca community bobbs up as a pros
pective candidate. Hob msdo the
rare before and polled a good vote
District Judge tleorge C, March of
Mndlll will ho a candidate for the
office, his closest friends say. Jitdgo
March was appointed by tlovemor
Itnbeilson to till out the unexpired
term of Judge J. M Crook, who re
signed to go Into the oil business,
Judge March has never been elected
and loiisoiiuoiilly hi political
stiengtb Is unknown,
It is in connection with the ills
ttlct judgeship that tho name of
Ctmni) Judge John Plutiey looms up
the stioiigcst Krlends havo boon
urging him to make the race, ho says.
Hut, oven to these closest friends, ho
has not announced definitely his
plans Ho I strong politically In
The name of Representative Porter
New mutt Is freely mentioned lu this
coniiertlun. Porter once served aa
county Judge In Texns nnd has been
a loprosontatlvo from Hryan County
for n long tlmo. lie has a largo fol
lowing and will bo a strong factor,
should he get Into tho race.
Walter J. Tiirnhull, former county
attorney, and most recently Choctaw
Tribal Attorney, Is another good
prospective candldnto. Ho has not
boon Interviewed on tho subject, hut
close friends Inform us that ho Is be
ing urgod to run and Is considering
There Is curront talk In the court
1st Insertion November IS, Mil
4th Insertion December 9, 1911
NOT1CK or TAX HKKI
8TATK Or OKLAHOMA. COUNTY
OP I1IIYAN. ss.
Notice Is hereby given thnt tho un
dersigned II. P. James did on the 6th
day of Nov., A. 1). IMP nt the County
Treasurer's office In the City of l)u-
rant, said County nnd State, purchase
nt public miction the following de
scribed lot, parcel of tract of land,
situated In Hryan County nnd State
of Oklahoma, lo-wlt:
I'.J NV SV Sec 8 Txvp. 7 Itango 8
Hast for the Sum of Six and TI00
Dollais for the taxes duo on said pin
penv tor the ear litis, upon the
pa.vmeiit of which the said County
Treasurer Issued n certificate of pur
chase for said described ptoperty, tho
same being No. 3S4: that the title
to said property is vestool in unknown
who Is a non-resident of tho State i
or County upon whom personal ser
vice r.itmot he had, as shown by'
nollco plnced In tho hands of Hie
sheriff nnd his return thereon.
Now, theroforo, tho said owner,'
and occupant thereof, will tao nottco
that If tho snld certificate ot pur
chnso, hold by tho undersigned, for'
tho taxes on tho above described lot, I
: er aareal of taa, ta at miaaa
rltkla elity () aays tram IM
date of tke aabllutlon kereof.
holder of said certificate will deasaaA
front the County Treasurer of sail
County and State a deed tor eaia
property, to Issue according to law.
H, P. JAMES,
Holder of Certificate No. 384, oot
erlng K2 NV HV 8-7.8.
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Good grade Outing FIatnn'11 liKht, dark and modium col
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Good grade Men's and Women's Union Suits our price
$1M,$U5 and $1.75
Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes our price
$2.25, $2.45, $2.95 and $3.45
Ladle' Oxfords and Pumps, very dressy, in Gun Metal, Vlcl
Kid and Hussla Calf extra value
$3M and $4.95
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