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WL . TOHKK 0, 1022 VV tH'" .. i t fl'W i-' I h r it Ur "' if'.' rt ' hl" H i i'i"'1 iJT ulna li.fci ' Sj- t ." i Tnim wii.i, i . isia N cor.NTY hiiiK D.ili's 'l' Up mm Octtther 7th I trcncral chairman i niinty Democratic I'.rs tliii ly-ouc Dc- dnti's to lie filled 1 .it thirty-one places' .in October 1 to Oc-! iiti" int'lii.sive. ) tniiile tiiat all county nominees lie present nnil that all voters i to be present at the u, ami to tell their I ... dates. Id tuber 7th. I m P. 31. A. II. l-'crKUbon I'le. . I. 31. C. C. Hatchettl !.itt.-h. ' mI'. 31. V. Tyrce1 . i M E. Thornley and ihtiiber 11th II I W T. .C.mnln E. ' ' '" i( I I inley. fet" jf,. !' til I ii l". m. a. ji. rcrguson i ) Deck. Mi tuber 12th .M I. M. Victor 31. .! '-lie (.latex. :.!() I. 31. E. 1'. Mnytubby. inluhcr lSlh ; ..i I'. 31. John Conn .Hill' I' M. V. l- Tyree1 t I . . ...tier lltll. M OorRe 1 Deeh " 31. V. V. Tyrce ' '). r 17th ! f. K. Thornley I'. 31. John Conn J . .11. i '. io'k r ISth U " r. 31. C. E. Thoru- it i i led:. i. ' 1'. 31. John Cor.n and, r in , llrtiiber 1'Jth ' ia l si. w. l' Tyree and' an v. Ha , .i' I'. 31. (JeorKe I'. Deck Id .' mi i ley. Cao' .o I'. 31. V. B. Hayes and W'." ' T inibull. (Iclober 20th Bsnt " in I'. 31. V 1 Tyree and :im Mavtulib. Pm.ii.ird T.JiO 1 31. K. P. White Inl Ct ph Shoemake. Hank 7 'in I'. 31. C. E. Thornley. October 21st PiMant Hill 7:30 P. 31. George K. I led and:. P. White. Athill.. -2.00 P. 31. J. T. Mcintosh NC ( Hatchctt. Hendn 7:30 P. 31. J. T. Mcintosh IirfC f Hatchctt. fcmp 2 no P. 31. A. H. Fcrcupon NW V Semple. October 26th BeiniDRtnn 7:30 P. M. V. B. Hayes NV I Semple. October 27th firt!.. 7..!0 . 31. E. P. White and IU Shirley Blue- 7:110 p. 31. C. E. Thomlev I'sdJohn Conn. BuiWll 7:30 I'. 31. A. II. Feriru- parr Dial Currin. October 28th Mch.t,. 2.(iii p. 31. v. E. Utter- Mtl ami riui. Cochran. HICHV'AY DES'AHTMKNT '10 IIEI.P KE-SntKAtK lt())S Asplmlilc CeveriiiR To Preserve Our I Iliird'Siirfiiced Itu.ids Approud ' Clias. K. 3U'I,lii'iieii aniiotiiued Inst! I'liday that he had seemed the nppin-l val of the State llmlmay Depaitmeiitl una week i.r plans for surfacing our hind surfaced loads with an aspbal tie coverinp: or eaipet, thereby inui itiK their permanency for several years to come. Without such a covering tin- ex tremely heavy tiaffic to which our roads are subjected will soon wear them to wheie the rocks under the clay binder will be extremely rouh. In fact they are wearing now and the constant traffic of automobiles will continue to wear them and Un wind will blow and the lain wn-di away the surface that i-c ground up. The asphaltic carpet will prevent water soaking through the hard sur face and softening the foundation which would lesult in holes in the paving. This is ii proposition that Senator Aict'iierrvn, county officials and Chamber of Comnieicc has been work ing mi some time and is the best piece of work for uui" roads that could lie accomplished at this time and every one connected with the movement ilex-nes the commendation and thanks of the county's entire citizenship. Especially i.- Scnylor 31cl'lierien to be lompliiiieiited on his Kood work ajong this line. The plans will l,n submitted to the l'edeial l.'uioau of Public Koai'.s im mediately fur their appioval. which is iilually sun- and which auics the Covciuiiicnl pajing fifty per i cut of the c.-t of the new treatment. The Pur ant Weekly Nbws SEVEN 'rnmiEis noes make ci.bx SWEEP AT SHEIOIAN'S I'AIU Durant Herd Wins Scut.i1 Prices Including Chanipion Sow l!ran county Duioe-.Iersey hogs have won n second victory in one week, when E. C. Terrell's "second string" of show Img4 made a clean sweep of the prizes at the Ked Elv er Valley Fair at Sherman Thursday of last week. 31r. Ten ell's showing got away with the following prizes, winning easily er all competition, which included showings' from all of north lexas and much of southern Oklahoma. CJrand Champion Boar. First prize aged boar. 1'lrst prize junior yearling boar. (owned by Holmes Brothers, Durant.) First anil second prizes, junior yearling sow. (irand champion sow. First prize, under one year sow. Second prize, under year boar. First prize under six months old pig. Second prize under six months boar. Champion held shown by exhibitor. (With this winning goes n silver cup given by the National Duroc-Jersey Begistry Association.) ty Oklahoma on the 10th day of March IU22 in Cause No. iltiDS where in the Commerce Trust Company, a corporation, is plaintiff and Sophia 31. 1 ivenj foimeily Sophia 31. Pitchlnn and others are defendants and in which action the plaintiff ie covered judgment against the defen dant Sophia 31. Freeny nee Pitchlynn for the principal sum of $'2i,11.00 with interest thereon from December lt. W21 at s per cent per annum and the flintier sum of $2;i."i.ll) attorney's fees, with inteiest at t! per cent per annum fiuiu .March Hi. 15)22 and re covered a fuither judgment against all of the defendants in said cause foreclosing the plaintiff's mortgage on said lands and to enforce which judgment a special execution or order of sale was issued by the coutt clerk of Hi van County, Oklahoma on the 25)th day of September li"22. Signed this 251 th day of September, nUF.ETAYl.OU, Sheiiff, llryan County, Oklahoma. By CLYDE NORMAN, Deputy. HATillETT & FERGUSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. it. .MEMBER STATE HOARD VISITS SOUTHEASTERN PLAN TO REBUILD BURNED (JIN WITHIN FIFTEEN DAYS Announce incut is made that the ginj at Keiiefick, which was binned Thurs day just before noon, will be lebuilt and leady for service within fifteen days. It is leported that the com pany ha- arranged to move a gin plant theie from Tu-hka. At the same time that the gin burn ed the home of W. A. Northcutt ad joining it wa' alto destroyed by the flames entailing a los of ?1,S00 with insurance of about $1,200. The burning of the gin at Kenefick works a serious hardship on cotton growers of the community as it was the only gin there, the other one be ing burned some time ago. Farmers who have been ginning there are obliged to haul their cotton cither to Caddo, Durant or 3Iilburn to get it ginned, until the gin is rebuilt. lion. W. .1. 3I:irshnll i.f Hugo, mem ber of the State Boaid of Education i-ited the S. E. T. ('. la-t week on a tour of inspection, lie wa- delight ed at the eMrt im-ly large fall term I'rollnieiit. CADDO IIKIII MAKES RECORD TI.e r'nddo high -iliool began the ear with .in cmollniciit of li whiiih i. 2o nif,i,. than last year. The tcneho-N ale Supt. Dmall: Principal, Pied Eailj, St. Ckur, .Mr-. Coffey and 31is Lcwrett. .Mr. Homer i coaell of athletic -. CORPORATION LICENSE LAW TO BE TESTED IN COURT The corporation license law of the State was sustained in a decision of District Judge Clark at Oklahoma City in a case brought by a produce company to restrain the Corporation Commission from collecting the tax. The action was a test case and is ex pected to go to the Supreme Court. "Who won the war?" asks an ex change. Did anybody win it? The BUYLO STORE now located at Bee Hive stand. Pay cash. Save monev. Deliveries over $.".00. (adv.) I R IIIEIT FAILED At , sful nttemnt was made P ' '" 1 1 i-d Coupe nf Frank ll" ' in f i unt of his lesidence 11 N I Mil in......... u-.i..,.,.,,. ... ... .iiiii- .. i;iiiii-.-iiti, lC' 1 (il-..M I1...111I lliu .-;)- , d mar Tar ( k(ll 1 titr am a :: :t :: :t :: :: a n u tt xx R LEGAL NOTICES xx a xx 8!t!:8t!8K::3S880 1st inseition Oct. t'., 1P22 ."ith insertion Noveinber .'!. lt'22 STATE OF OKLAII03IA. BRYAN COUNTY. OKLAHOMA NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given that out the ith day of November, ll22. at the hour of two o'clock p. in. and at the east entrance to the Bryan County court house in the city of Durant, Oklahoma, the undersigned sheriff will sell at public outcry to the high est and best bidder for cash the fol lowing described lands and piemises, to-wit: NE'i of SWi; S'i of SEi of SE"i; SEU of SW", of SEU; Lots 3 and 4 of Section 7; NVj of NWU of NE',4; NEU of NE", of Section 18, Township 5 South. Range 10 East of the Indian base and Meridian, Bry an County, Oklahoma, containing 201.01 acres of land. Said lands will be sold subject to the first mortgage thereon in. the sum of 56300.00 and accrued interest and pursuant to a judgment rendered by the district court ot Bryan Coun' 1st insertion Sept. 22, 15)22 'tli insertion Oct. 20, 15)22. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND Notice is hereby given that, in mir- suanie of an order of sale issued out of the District Court of Bryan Coun ty, Oklahoma, on the 20th day of September, A. I). 1H22, in an action wherein Frank II. White was plaintiff and William W. U'l'lore and Daisy LeMuie weie defendants, directed to me, the undersigned Sheriff of Bryan Count;., commanding me to levy upon, appi.u-e and sell the following de scribed real estate and premises, to wit: NW, and N'j of the SW'i and S' ef the N'-j of the SE', of Sec tion !:; and SW'i of the NE', and the W. of the SE'i of the NE'i and ', of the SK', and the W'j of the NE'i of the SE'i. Section 21. .ill 'ii Township 7 South, Range 12 East, containing four bundled foity (ll"i aiics more or less, to satisfy a ji.ilirineiit and deiiee of foreclosure in t.iMu of said plaintiff and against said di feiidant-, obtained and made in s;,ul Oiurl on (In- ."ith day of Scp ti'inl'ir. A. D. 1!22, for the sum of Two Hundred Dollars 20n.l)i) ami the further sum of Fifty Dollars C?i0.iio) Attorney's fees, with inter est on said judgment at the rate of ten per cent fiom Scptemlier 27, 15121 ami costs accrued. I will, on the 2 lib day of Oclober. A. D. 1922. at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. 31. of said date, at the East door of the County Coin t House, in the City of Duiaut, County of Bryan and State of Oklahoma, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for eiwh, the said pioperty above described, or so much thereof as will satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs and all costs of sale. Witness my hand, this 20th day of September, A. D.. 1022. RUEL TAYLOR, Sheriff of Bryan County. By CLYDE NOB3IAN. Deputy. JOHN A. MncDONALD. Attorney for Plaintiff. til.i'lfr n...1 r n r.n I 1? it :."". " :: ". "'' .! lllllllll. Ill Will '. . . ' "' .'."'l Aiulcrmjii, unit Itclivkah AtliliTHnn. IiIm wlfo, lire ill el will nt Hi.. lu.ur of Two T M nrloc'k '.11 ii... i'i ii ,., ,,r iv'nlii-i' fr2 !,. Hi., fi.iin ..,r uf Id,. I'mirl lluiise. In Hie ( m uf liiinint. llr.cnn Ciuiiitx 'Million 1 nrfer f,.r y:i,., nn.l sell in Hie luulii-iit liiitiler fur rush In l.nti ' 1 ' .win- ileMiMliicii real 1 stale iitul iililnir'i ninu'es ilieretiuio lielnnultm wlilili mo eliartcil w-ltli Hip ii.iyineti' or p'ldl ilrliin nnil cohIm. lo-wlt The Hniilh llelf nf lln Norlliwes' Qil.uler of Pei'llon IT, Towiishlii 1; s .ii Ii I! inre 'fen 1::ibI of I lie tiiiltnn ll.is-e anil Merlillmi, In llryan Cniuily. Okliilmiiri, nnil I will miplv Hie pro eeeils .iiImIiik tlierefrifiii as fnlluwH ! Irsl To the p.ivtnollt nf :c JiulKiiicnt ami ileen-e foreeloslim In favor of the I'lnlnllff anil aualtist the unlit ilcfen ilantd enteieil In salil Court on the l.Mh iluy of Slnrrli, tl'32 for Hie Film of JUT :tn toitellier with Intrrest then on at the rate of ton lier rent tier mi nimi from the 1st ilay of November r.'ji. 1111111 pain, us well a the fur ther Hum of M no iittornc) fet-K. mul nil eoHts nf this action, anil ac eriilnu costs. Sil'l nroiicrty to c roM without niiinlinieni Kiilijeet to a. prior mart Knee nf J16D0C0 ami accrupil IntureHt mul HiiMect lo tnxert. c:i.n uniler inv limul this 1Rth Jav of SJeii'einlier. 192!. ttttr.I. TAYI.Oll. Sheriff llv ri.YOP: NORMAN. I'mler Micrllf STANARH K- MNNIS. Atturnr). .Shaw nee, OMaluini.i. roiinl'- C'klalioma anil that thin stat"- 'l IH III. Mil III I'fltllllll tiff, tvllli ft. Hon -Hii:i of tlio rucinuU I11WH of Okla homa, 1911). Mirllivr arriaiit sajelh not , WII.I.IA.M M. llWns. .111. Siiliserlhril nnil sworn to lieforo m hts I Rili 1l.1v of K..pti.nl.i.r i:22 M MtY ANDIiliSON Votary I'ulillr. Mv iomnilsiliti expires .Ian. 1, 1M, lHt liiKertlnii Sept. ZZ, 1922 3nl Insertion (let. fi, 1J3! MiTin: or t.n.i: v iti:i, hhtate op f;ini)i.N STATP. OP OKLAHOMA, .MXUSIIALI. rtll'NTY in tlio county c;ourt. .... -i in ine M.inrr ni ine cjuaruianmi u 01 cieneva Loretie Jones, a mhior. I ..'Mir ir. in'i.'ii.v kiii'ii in purpu intT of ail otiler of the I'ouniv rourt or Mamhall County. Oklahoma, inailo on Si.piehitier IS, 1922. the un.lerKliiiie. I 1 II.. nil .. It f.f lt.11 fulfil.. Ill1 fn. ....... I ..... ... .... ..-...,.. ... ..1-.II-..1 ..(- IJ ene Iiiiiih. a iiiluni. will sell, at pnli- t. lie 11111I1111 Hale, to Hie hlHhest lihliler. p sill. Jut (. eonriruiatliin h Hie eiuiulv .1 emir' ...' MuhIi.iII l-niiiit, Oklahoma T on S,iturila. Oetoher T, 1922. at on fi o'i h.rk p in, .11 ihe east front ilooi 11 of Ihe i-uurt house of Itrcau i'uuni iiMalii.nM. wheie eountv court Is helil ni I im .nit. Oklahoma all the rli;lu 1 illli inteiest ami eMtne of s-aiil uaimil iiiinui 111 anil to the fntli.wliHT ileerih l. I ion I esinii- slluale 111 Ud.iii Couiily, I III. I iliom I. Ill-W'tl 1 1: is f. aeies nf Lot n, mt i,m to ami NW to aen s of Lot II, ami N -' iit.s ami SW Hi .kick of Lot t2 s.i Him 2:!. Township S Nniiih ami I i: 1 tii;.. II I'asi, eolitailiini; r, ai'lVK lln.l r ill It ss 1 .Sml leal I'M.-ite will In. hiiIiI for v.ihIi mi. .ii intiliiiti 'inn of sale ami ilelicei) 1. (.Ml Illli 111 I. lli'l'll iMinl Sepi. 111I11 1 IS. I'i22 U K. .lu.NCS, Cuiiillaii ii:u 1: 1:1111:1:. . .Mi.illl, OKI. 1 . j A' i..t ii"v lor i.uaiiltnu. I'irit In. tilnn Sipi 1 1, Hiss 1 I" Ill llisi'i'llon Del I.. 1922. st.vh; in.' iiL.iic'.mim )s.s I'l.imtv i.f lti.can vrvri.:iiii'i' hi Airi.MtiiHiiii. W 1 1 In 111 M IIiihIh, ,1i , of lawful ae I. ....... .I..Il' W....... .... I.lu ...ill. ua.u That he t.s Hu sole ami oulv pviHiiu In-J lerestiil In the firm of llwiilv llrcm mat tiieie is no nihri paitner or pul iiiti in salil luiKliieits. that Ihe itrtiiKiia Hun or film name of llymln llrtm Ih the tinillmr name useil Ity thin affiant Hint his" leHiilenrt! Is Durant, llrj.cn 'HI lns.. iun .Sit. Ir, 1922. fittl IIIKrrllnn Oi't 13. 1922 i Tin: niKTiticT ntriiT miiiix AMI I'tlll IIIIV riiiivrv, 1ST nn or OKI.MIOIIA. No. 4891. I'loneer MnrlKnKo Company, n eorpn 'iiion, Plaintiff. h Dm II, Colllpc, Naney Collins, V II Klneaiil. .1. M Until, (leiirisv RnlirrlH, Karnest DaTlH mil CIHreiiH Ktiiin Hank of Dpnlinn, Texas, ilefemtautH NOTici: or NiiniiiPK'.s sAi.r, OP l.M. N'otlce l lierehv uiven. that In nur- siinneu of an onlcr of ale Issueil oat of the Dlttilet Court of llrynn County, Okliihouia, on the 9th ilay of Septnm- ner. Hiss, in an aenon wherein tlif. rio neer MorlKnKe Company wan Plaintiff anil Dan II. Col II tin, Nnncy Colllnt, W II, Klneaiil. .1. M. Hush, (lenrco Roberts, Harm st Davis and Citizens Ntnto Runic of DenlBon, Texas, were ilofcmlnnts. illrerted to me, the nnilerBlciieil Sheriff of llryan County, coinmamllni; mo to levy upon, mul sell tho following 4,0 scrlhcil proporty to wit: The oist half of tlio northwest quar. or of tho northwest utiartcr (KH NW" ' NWU); tho northeast ouartor of the northwest quarter (NH'i NW Hio south half of llm northwest usn'r. per (SH NW'J) mul tho touthirenL Icttiarter (BWM) of nectlon thirteen tl.1 , less (I R2 uereii for right of uny of Prlw ,eo railroad und tno east half or the iWUlhciul nti.irlor of tho southeast quar ter (Hl-i Bn; SW',) of seetlon fourtfVB tin. 1111 in townsnip elulit CD sontii, ratiKO seven (7) east, and tlio nprtlv half of the northwest iinnrlnr &.T ik.. innrihoftst quarter (NW NW'i NK'H of seetlon nineteen (1?, township olclii IK) smith, ranKO eiKht (S) east, of the 'Indian meridian. In llryan County. Ok lahoma, to satisfy a liiilptiienl and ric- eree or lorreiotiire in lavor or meld plalutlff and a.-atntt ml. I defendant 11.1,11111.1 mm in in,, in said court on Hi. rtli da of nlnrrlt. 1ll r.ir tin. mini .. four thousand four hundred oluhM 1 hi.'.- nmi :ci;-101 (ft is:i :u;i i1i.ii.hh no.i iosih fit T.-i. ami all iieeiuini; eotts with Intel rut therein at Hie late of ten ' rein per annum fiom tliat dale and eottt aierutiu:: I will on ihe llilh d.i of (ledilifi-. l'1'.'j at Hie hour nf 2 o'iIiu k I' M of slid d,i. at the fro dent of the tourl house tu the eilv f llm .ml, In sal. I ii.unlv ami Si ile, ..ff. 1 lor sale mul sell tu tlu hlu-liett blddor for 1 isli tlio said propem almc d. -stilliiil, 01 so iiiii. h Hii'iei.r as u IM sitltfy said jiiilumeiil, wltli Inteiest ami ent'.t WltlK'!"' mi Ii Hid Hilt ni), , ,. 0f pp. lemlier, 192'.' RtlKL TAYI.nl Sheriff of llrian i'uuiiU (ililahomn liv ci. di; wn:r Duputv IIATCIIKTT A I'i Kilt'SOS Atloriii.jH foi I'lainHiT 1st Insertion Kept 22 1922. f.Hi Insertion (let. 211, 1922 1m11; or xiikiiiit's sm: No. 4RBS Nut loo is hereby given by virtue of .111 tinier uf sale Issued bv the Court Clerk of Ury.in County. Oklahoma, and to me directed and delliered as the Sheriff of said County, In an action penilhiK In the District Court of Rry an County. Oklahoma, wherein Con fceivatle Loan Company, a corpora- if f f bob Cures Maltrla, ehllls, Fever, Billons FeTtr, Colds and LaGrippe. "Lem'me eartr KKt.LOCC'S, Jack! I say I will! Mother raid you could buy KEL I.OGG'S, but I could catty 'tm home! I say I will I will I" l , 1 i.mtr the door call- v I was theie, when a 1 n the vunniiifr hoard away. Inveslii)ation r . 1. ... . 1 cue c. 11 loots lemov- ,-" ?, 1 o0t n jo lb pill of 11 A 'lhomM' lil.'.i'e -mil Ivino. on tho uSgUcnieilr. Before I rlnlstifit fradlugil.l a M I'i. in .mil lffl(! on llie ;itf(BpathiilBotanither,anl wlienmrlioii''"!"; 1 1 lit interruption pm "I the theft, of the cai $ms?fcMA alt. I'leaaant. Ia "Wden I fosr.il sickness ppof; llrllfc4 III lbl K iii"ii" i'" " "t "' -- - - . 11 ..! l..tfihlMnuil nnrt tlnrl that twlcns WtC 1 tee ki' tlieia wi'U." Jtni fwimw, H. So. U C. I1. CRUDUIN Durant. Okla. Special Rates to Dallas Account State Fair of Texas October 6-15 DENIS0N $3.20 -T-tkets on sale daily Oct. 6 to 15 inclusive, 1922. L'mited to return leaving Dallas October 17, 1922 jra K" '-, tmg HOURLY SERVICE Ourwordfeit! Iloiillmverknovr how delicious Com Flakes can be till you eat lieiioggs Positively the most joyously good any-timc-ccrcal any man or woman or child ever put in their mouths! Such flavor, such crispness! Such big sunny-brown Corn Flakes! How you'll relish a generous bowl-iilled-most-to-overflowing; and a pitcher of milk or cream! Never was such a set-out! Never did you get such a universal vote as there'll be for Kellogg's Corn Flakes! Big folks and little folks will say 'Kellogg's, please, mother !" Leave it to their tastes and yours! Prove out all we say! Tor, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a revelation in flavor; a revelation in all-thc-time crispness! Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard to cat ! Insist upon KELLOGG'S the original Corn Flakes the kind in the RED and GREEN package! flMte TOASTED CORN FLAKES ifrfe. ."- i &'$& $sra Ghiti Tonic Invigorates, Purifies and Enriches the Blood, coc i m um ii i ii ii hm i m IT'S TOASTED I 9 ono extra process H which gives a H mm uuiiuiuub iiavor m llSTIKEJlJ WMGLEYS "l ffjg r a M$3$ CORN FLAKES Abo m.Vrri of KELLOCC'S KRUMBLES and KLLLOCC'S ERAN, cooltd al krunlha WS NS YsftBilMssSL DOUBLE treat , ' shWUg ' I'cppcrmint v1 'bHPIBIbMc 'acct vcr iep Sugar jacket just 7JKSHk. "melts in your mouth," sSS then you get the delec- "J-r. Making the next cigar ySSlaEU n. '