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ntiiAY. MARCH 3, 1922
Many Bankers Invade
Durant Thursday In
1 nnual Group Meet
Tub DralMT Whtot Npws
SLEEP IS OP GREAT
IMPORTANCE TO ALL
(By Dr. A. R. Lewis, State Health
. When the veterans of Napoleon
i,,,.. r plavecl host Thursday to were sent to conquor the forces of
m l.uo' hundred bankers, the L'Ouverturc in Haiti, this wily mlli-
n n ,. lii'inK t,u" annual meeting t7 leader realized that with an
Ct rr .11. 'iv. of the Oklahoma Bank- army of less than one-fifth the num-
L k., lation In addition to group bcr of the French he could not ven-
tT . , there were many visiting turc a battle. But he could keep them
?,piPr Hpre.-cntinp institutions in awake. And he did. Night after
,i I .' SiiitoV larger cities, and several night as soon as the French troops
( t'h. :)Kor city banks, including got to Bleep small detachments of
2L...N fttv St. Louis. Topeka. Pitts- L'Ouverture'w troops made a feint of
we f hiuiRO and New ork. attacking them, and within a few
ViU- ',h representatives of the weeks Napoleon's . army of 30,000,
i.!.. Wik especially, revcais inai mo witnout a single engagement in the
ntinir fraternity looks with hope the field, was reduced to less than
...,i mitiniMn upon the immediate 5,000 effectives by lack of sleep.
butine'- futuro an(1 re,nBTe tnat School children, business men and
the ui-ieial financial tone is much women, quite as well as soldiers can
Zucr a- indicated by numerous in- not be expected to do efficient work
.."r,.. i.i better general economic if they do not have sufficient sleep,
condition. . Some onc nas aPtlv said that "Sleep
The ntotfinni w"s carried out near- recharges the batteries of life. Sleep
... . ? nnnnunccd. uovernor buck jH one of Natures great restora-
M,Kmnv of the Dallas federal lie- tices."
jcr ( Hank down for a speech could The person or child who habitually
not ,. ,mc. shortens his hours of sleep, whether
t ? I ttcruacK uiwuvu iiiuuiihco on account ot nusiness. or in the pur-
at die morning session when in his sujt 0f pleasure, is constantly de-
n3ua orilliant oratory he extended pletinc; his nervous energy.
Dunn'-'1' welcome to the visitors. One has but to observe the great
At noon un excellent lunch was number of small children taken to
served 1 the ladies of the Presby- amusement places or playing upon
tcnar Church, in the church dining tno strcet iong after thoy shouid be
r00,n Tabic- were served by pupils in )edl reaijze thc dangerous ten-
0f o r folk-go, and while the guests jency ot pcopie 0f the present day to
W(,re ..-.nr.K numerous musical num- curtail the hours that should be do-
fcrs were rendered by the college I votcd to sIecpi not on)y of thcm.
mrlf , ,, , . .selves but of their children.
Attached 10 mu muukuu j,,,,, ls iargciy a matter of habit,
werc two other tickets one getting. it docs not foow that the ,MS of
the henrtr free admittance to any siccp is any thc ,ess harmful in the
theatre in town, ine ouitr a puaa fjnaI summin up Thc averaKe
Bonus Bill Doomed
To A Delay As The
Sales Tax Plan Fades
The proposed sales tax to produce
funds for thc soldier's bonuj is de
clared as dead as a mackerel.'
In fact, there is increasing doubt
that any bonus legislation will pass
both houses of Congress for some
Administration leaders didn't
wish the sales tax proposed in the
first place, knowing it couldn't pass
and President Harding was cog
nizant of thc situation when he pro
posed it. Now it appears that the
House Ways and Means Committee
will probably report out a bonus
bill merely authorizing the Presi
dent to use funds available from
savings in army and navy curtail
ments, collections on foreign obliga
The only thing this or any other
plan will accomplish now will be de-'
lay, which is exactly what a ma-i
jority of Congress both wishes and
On the bonus question Congress is
between two fires. With elections
coming on it is concerned at the
the American Legion. At thc samo
time it is afraid to impose new or
added taxes because of the inevita
ble political reaction.
FEDERAL RAIL RATE
CONTROL IS UPHELD
Railroad passenger fares within a
State arc subject to regulation by
the Federal Government, the Supremo
Court Monday declared.
Th court sustained thc lower
court's decision which prohibited the
Wisconsin Railroad Commission from
interfering with the Chicago Bur
lington & Quincy Railroad, in put
ting into effect increases in passen
ger fares in State travel authorized
by thc Interstate Commerce Commls-
The court in another decision held
that railroad rates, fares and charges
within the State of New York arc
subject to regulation by the Inter
state Commerce Commission.
Ix-ninc says he will attend the
Genoa conference. Do you regard
this as a good or a bad sign?
young mother is quite averse to
sacrificing any social pleasure to
the establishing of a regular and
early bedtime for her child. But it
is a matter of little doubt to think-
inn nnnnln 4lin4- 4-lm im-akah aaa
"- " . - , , . . i fe ftwjc vimv fciit; jiii;ai-iii tjjiuiu-
visitors cru iuuu ." t" tion of children will face a tremen
of Durante generous spirit of hos-,dous dof,ct of vita, cncrRy at ma.
pitality j turity. ,
mw ,.,vnB i Up to six years of age a child
0KLAIH1MA Cm MAOR should s, not lcS3 than twelve
ENDORSE!) FOR GOVERNOR hmn out Jf the 04. cmdrm from
port to the dance at the liiKs uiud
Ottintf tn inclement weather the
tntomobile trip over thc city and
thc adjacent hard-surfaced roads had
to be abandoned
STOCK COUNTRY CLUB
LAKE WITH GAME FISH
eight to ten should have eleven hours
' ' of sleep; children from eleven to
ten hours; young
people of fifteen should have nine
and a half hours, and from sixteen
to eighteen years, nine hours. The
average adult requires eight hours.
The quality of sleep is quite ns
essential as its quantity. It is quite
Mav.' I C Walton of Oklaho
. t .i. .. i.ifml nnnnimmiti inrlnran-
ma . .. ......j... ............ ..-.. ...w.- fourteen require
ffiCn ' ne io uccii-uiii-u uuiujsuwra
to thr b .ie convention of thc Okla
homa K... instruction League for
Eomina' . .r at Shawnee Thursday af
ternoon Tin- action of the league
follo-.wil ..dnption of a platform up-
on whi. h Ii.- league members expect ,..ni, , v-, n nua. nr n cr.-mi-n
nmim, rnMllinicrn m OV- ' . . " . .....
person either, to sleep resttuiiy in a
room that is poorly ventilated. Too
little or too much covering disturbs
the sleep. The eating of a heavy
meal just before retiring, the .wrong
combination of food, or the drinking
of tea or coffee all affect the quality
of sleep if not its quantity,
to m.iku h, coming campaign m Ok-
Ham iidell of Frederick was
indur-t-ii for Lieutenant Governor.
and finii' .luilge .1. II. Humphrey
of At ia i -unity for Attorney General
The name of John A. Simpson,
president of the Oklahoma Farm
ers' Union, was placed before the
conention for indorsement for Gov
ernor but he declined in favor of Mr.
Walton The convention authorized
that Mr Walton be notified and to
request him to come immediately to
Edgar Tcnton, Oklahoma City.
president of the State Federation of
Labor, placed Mr. Walton's name be
fore the convention. A number of
delecatcs arose and representing
their respective counties, seconded
the nomination of Mr. Walton.
Each child should have its own
bed if possible. Certainly a child
should never sleep in the bed with an
Teachers continually complain
that nunils are inattentive because
of lack of sleep. The late hours of
the child today will prove a great
detriment to his physical, mental and
SKI.ED AND ONE
MVN ARRESTED MONDAY
A still a seized by Deputy Sher
iff .1 M P.tiihison and Federal en
forcement officers Jake Sims and
Forbis IjMore on the Townsend
farm, sevm miles northeast of Du
rant Momlaj L. Graham was ar
rested v, the- seizure of the still
and i.r.,n?ht ", Durant. Sixty gal
lons of rr.ash was destroyed. The
still tiad i f ve gallon boiler capacity.
BlaMIUl ROOSTING ORCHARDS
I)p.'r.i f i.rcharcl nroilucts soon
Will bt ch,,t jr,., mtn mnirl inerp.iso.
in Dttkl -im county, if the present in-
tore- r ,, , r h:rA sietivifins rnntinups.
Sly .1 n ooi i. wbieh T. J. 'Eldrerfp-P.
farm d-n ,n Imtion niint. in sont
to lu- Fv ension Division of Okla
homa A and M. College. Eldredgo
is mak nt an especial effort, he says,
t0 h.Ve ei'erv f.irmnr in -RopMihtti
county crow enough fruit for his own
"Only One Thing
is My Cold"
5'.". r " f tint IV. Ivin,'ss NVv
u. i). ,,y j.", ,, fr,,lw ptuli lorn i!-l
1 s, " I 'inrn Iiing "lies. j;i ,;
'i':- .: I'lnriiK ri..'.bs lias :i. ui
i'i- -ui n. I n-n-eilv it is t 't..
', ' .,. i i i r fiff eT-i an I iv i-r
i ; .). ' .- t'.an II. i. ,. N'jliarn !ul
'i . -i "! -nor iHti.-s (!- ii-li. f in
- . . I ili :oi .Hid e.i..-.l on. !
Alvi i liable, and -.'loi . ,r tin'
' ;. li...". lla.- a (U'lvtni nu, I ' il
; I ill 'li .ui its i-o'id niviaiiiul
.,! 1 1 s. A-. ail iImij.i U, 0U cent-,.
The lake at the Country Club will
be stocked with fish at once. The
work will be under the direct super
vision of Mr. Wallace, manager of
the state fish hatchery, at Arm
strong. The lake will be stocked with
bass, brim and yhitc perch.
Thc dam has been repaired and
there is now a large amount of water
in thc lake, caught from the recent
New Bis cover y
For Colds and Coughs
a rumiimn ww in I a igJMKJ
uli. of Constipation jr.-
1 !li , I'lllOllsllc-o, hillou
- mttT in the intt-tinal
( 'irr. t tliis be.ilili-iinder-"
'i.inn by liking Or King's
i'i'U. Js eeut- All drueciMs
PROMPT! WON'T GR.IPE
r. Rings PUls
k ! .
T i-t ,
Good Hogs Suggest Good
You cannot afford to turn
Rood hogs out on the range and
e have anticipated your needs
"J Putting in stock a car load
hey-Jone Sqnare Deal Hog
-encing which v. ff. .
,eaJy reduced prices. We ($.
ct-rry in 8tock poultry net. W&&
-M i-ouury and rabbit fenc
J barbd wire, 8mooth wire
""Jt.ytles. We have got the
8tort nd wJU make the price.
A. L. Severance Hardware Co.
Wt lUto stwrt Durant, Okla.
USE SLOAN'S TO
EASE LAME BACKS
7"(1 can't do your best when
J jour back anil every muscle
allies with fatigue.
Apply Slum's Liniment freelv, a-ii-c:u
rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative
j iou of warmth and comfort.
C.nod for rheumatism, neuralgia,
. pr.iins anil strains, aches anil uins,
s, i.iiu.i, bore imisilcs, stiff joints and
tne .ifier t-fkets of weather exposure.
.For fortv jears ruin's enemy. Ask
ourncighbor. Kicp Sloan's handy.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
WARD SEEKS REELECTION
Earl Ward this week announces
himself as candidate for a second
term as county clerk, subject to the
Democratic primary August 1. His
name will be found in the announce
ment column. A few weeks hence
Earl will make a statement in theso
columns nbout himself and his candidacy.
If you can't
210 W. Main
Perm's spells quality.
Because Penn'si is packed air
tight in the patented new
container the quality is
So Penn's is always fresh. Have you
over really chewed frosh tobacco?
Buy Penn's the next time. Try it No
tice, thefinc condition-fresh-Penn's.
WlLPmilLll -BVVC nr
liiSMisill mwwiwM yl2uUi
v -W vvM
Save J y
the I I A
wrappers I "ll
Satisfies the sweet tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth.
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combines pleasure and
Dont miss the joy of the
new WRIGLEY'S P-K the sugar
coated peppermint tid bit!
3!L' tfllltj Mwrnhlfflfl
" .ops' XilL enr m
'Mtthmr. qaick, lath
uttut Billy hm ton
mnd Mpi (IW whnlm
big box of K.fl.cff'f
Corn Flmkot. I'll toy
ht Utnt thorn a Ml-
by all means try
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Tomorrow morning set KELLOGG'S
Corn Flakes before the family 1 A feast for
the eye and a feast for keen appetites 1 For, -Kellogg's
arc as extra-delicious as "they look
as you pour out generous bowlfuls all sunny
brown and wonderfully crispy, crunchy! My,
. but how they delight everybody!
Kellogg's Corn Flakes are not only dis
tinctly superior to any imitation, but thc most
fascinating cereal you ever ate! Kellogg's
appeal to every age! Little folks and old folks
find in them the same joyous pleasure! For
Kellogg's have a wonderful flavor and
Kellogg's are. never tough or leathery or hard
Insist upon KELLOGG'S the original
Corn Flakes in the RED and GREEN pack
age! It bears the signature of W. K. Kellogg,
originator of Toasted Corn Flakes! NONE
ARE GENUINE WITHOUT IT!
Don't loittt, KELLOGG'S Cora
Flakes ate made by thclolks who
tave you the JUNGLELAND
Moving Pictures. Coupon inside
tvtiy package ot KELLOGG'S
Corn Flakes explains how you
can obtain another copy of
Alio m.V.n of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and
KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooled and krunoles
5 j -ijsmWifj9SgMfii tf fcW9gvfi j5l jMBSEjSB
Tlint is n strong statement to make. Let's see
if it will hold water.
The Knttlc KiiiR wile ir extra heavy, cf toush
tire triinl -toek, r.m) pivesf reptinmlly long
u nr unclir tin. Ii.inli.-u us..c.c. The durable all
riili'utr irppcis an b.n.l'f'1 ly layer of rubber
i.ud cloth, anolliu l.iytr of 'iilibcrc-.tcil cloth,
onil finally n ht-.ivy biov.ii lletcc IiniiiR wlucli
extends clear to rie tne, 1 bis means warmth
rib will ns wear. Tluri- arc ample icmrorcc-liu-ntswhi-rivrr
a strnm comes, ami all U joined
lonttlur tost ay by tli'- Hood Prissure Process.
So imicli for lonp, wcatuiR qualities -Ahich
means economy. The Kattle Kiiik i easily
cleaned and retains no odors. It sheds water
feet just ns dry t.t niRht as when starting out
in thc morning. Uppers do not frieze or crack.
The Kattle KinR is comfortable to wear. There
arc other points, but these are the big reasons
why wc honestly believe the Kattle King in
thc best outdoor overshoe.
HOOD KUBBER PRODUCTS CO., Inc.
NSs-S; TV v'.-X
It itn't nrceitary to itWf'B
wearttifT leathers under tVtaiSL&niH
Wurkibut for comfort v llH lH
oru economy. S. A BjJy'BM
Strong treods of rubber. V wEtaira&IIHR
durable duck uppers. J flMnfH
double insoles with air vl y4'H
cusluon heels. Miles and lEfapVB
months of comfort and nir!9k!'&LLLLLLM
wear at small rot In the llJJ!srffr
mil year 'round, JrSrJfh " B
$l WU 5U0HCK.