The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 33, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 13, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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(Special to The Herald.)
Oklahoma City. Jan. 4. With
George B Schwabe of Nowata
elected as specker of the House add
T. C Slmpsoa of Custer elected a
president pro test of the Senate the
Eighth session of the legislature got
under way here today Thus the
plana of the Republican and Deaso-
ratic caucuses were successfully car
ried out but not without tew fire-
works In the Senate
Following a week of rumors of a
bolt led by Senators W K. Wallace
of Pauls Valley aad Joe Fleming
of Foteau tbe callarle were on the
alert for signs of battle. The arrt.er George B Schwabe.
Indication came when Lieutenant I
Gorernor Trapp recognized B. P.I Minority Floor Leader Joe Sher-
HiH of McAllister majority ttoor'man In tbe senate expressed the
leader ho arose at the same time ; satisfaction ot his colleague for
as did Wallace Wallace appealed the recognition given them on the
from the chair's decision and de-j standing committee of the senate.
tnanded a rote The result was I Eight chairmanships were granted
to 18. J the Republicans while they are
Senator Hill then ao-tiaated i well represented on each committee.
Simpson for president pro ten aad Harry O Glaw-er. of Enid is chair-
Fleming nominated Wallace. ' man of the private corporations
Speeches supporting Wallace were
made by the Republican members.
John Golobie of Cotbrie and E. C.
Woods of Ciaremore leading la the
oratory. Senators Davidson of Tul-
sa. Angllo ot HoIdevtlte. and Ruth-
erford of Muskogee cbaapiosd
Simpson. On the vote Simpson won
25 to 19. Wallace and Fleming vot-
ing with the 17 Republican Sena-
tors. Following tbe organization of the
Senate and House the two bodies
met In joint session at which Gov-
ernor Robertson delivered bis mes-
sage The gorernor took many by
surprise by recommending a pardon-parole
body to work in co-operation
with the gorernor in exercis-
ing clemency and the enactment of
an indeterminate sentence law. He
also strongly urged legislation for
the betterment of the farmer's con-
ditions. This recommendation took
precedence In his message and was
followed by a vigorous attack on
"demagogic and selfish organizer
so-called " The governor favored
permission to counties to Issue bonds
for tbe erection and operation ot
warehouses. This recommendation
expressed his opposition to tbe 12.-
000000 warehouse appropriation by
the state proposed by the Farmers'
Union and the board ot agriculture
With the American Legion asking
an appropriation of 2000.000 for a
hospital for tubercular and disabled
ex -service men many plans to meet
the situation were floating around
the capital. One would abolish the
new University hospital as a state
institution and lease It to the fed-
eral government for a hospital for
disabled war veterans. The move-
ment is not confined to Republicans
but has support of Lieut. Governor
Indications tare that this will be
an extremely warm session. When
Senator Wallace Introduced a reso-
lution to abolish the one and a hair
mills tax levy he practically served
notice that he was going to con-
duct an antl-admlnlstratlon fight.
Applause greeted io the two wo-
men members of the leclslaluro
when they answered roll call. They
are Bessie S. McCoIgln of Roger
Mills county and Mrs Lamar Looney
Of HnlllH. Thu rnpmn I. It. ku
a member of the Itenubll. !
can majority whllo Mrs. Looney
has a seat "up front" In tho Sen-
ate. The committee on committee will
probably Include three Republican
raomDers as the result of a con-
ference between the Republican and
Democratic floor leaders scheduled
nn.i... .. " . L and providing tor the protection
Oklahoma City With the senate thereof.
n iff iaS eck and !. wo'k Measures aiming at Sunday am-
upon legislation an. with the usements were Introduced but from
permanent houre committee to be all indications will fall of passage
announced by Speaker Schwabe One by Rep. White of LeFlore
following the adoption of the re- county would prohibit the playing
port of the committee on rules and of baseball on Sunday. The mere
procedure tho eighth legislature throwing and catching of a ball
will be In shape to get down to would constitute an offense. An-
real business this week. .other bill would prohibit Sunday
The situation can now be sum- movies
znarized as follows ; '
1 A determination by both hous-'
es to cut appropriations to the lUDU-A -WEE OL...:.U:. "HOOK
bone This was Indicated bj the'
adoption of concurrent resolutions' I Wi:i:i'
to hold up all work on the Talhlna
tuberculosis hospital authorized last I A call from the Oklahoma Library
.... uuu pr.Mision mat inc
board of affairs submit a rcnort
on all work authorized by the sev-
T.l h "e '" orutr Ulal ne lnK o books for the Industrial
cBhth legislature may decide on Schools was observed by the Bide-
advlsablllty of continuing the work a.Vee club of Reiner and twonty-
. Hi. Prffcall- certain that nine volumes sent. Among tho
the b II providing for a hospital number arc:
for disabled ex-service men. and Alcott Mv Bnv-
K i!":ir00o-'e0 for "".- '." S fehJE? "and.
U Sm ?L.U?.?Iera0ntPl. . Alger. The Telegraph Ilo.
wincin '"for an1 XulTZ' C0 Ul" " 1W
X1?"?11 at a ". "aruum. LlBhtfaol. the Leaping
3 Strenuous opposition In the
measure providing an Industrial
court modelled after tho Kansas
state industrial rourt. Is already
In evidence Whll Senator Leedy
Republican who introduced the
bill expects to push It It Is doubt
ful If he can muster the strength
to pass tne measure. Lcedy will
also seek to AbollKh the corporation
commission by lnjroduclng a reso-
lution substituting the words In-
dustrial Court for Corpotatlon Com
mission In tho stato constitution
This charge if aDnrnrerf bv the
legislature would be mibmitted toi Maitland. The Boy Brout Fire
the electorate and ir carried would I.lRhtern.
abolish tho corporation commls-! Maitland. Tho Boy Scouts Under
(lon ' the Kaler.
4 From all Indications the Ben-! Maitland The Boy Scouts with tbe
ate has decided to speed up lcgls- Cossacks (2 copies.)
latlon and abandon attempt at! Meade. Daddy's Girl
political by-play. How long this Page Story Book
condltiou will prevail cannot ac-t Seton. Tlw Biography of a Orlzz-
curately bu predicted as there are lr.
many rumors of pending clarliesl Sewell Black Beauty
when certain treasures reach the' Stockton Fanciful Tles
floor. for debate and final pusago. Willard. Tho Boy General.
An Invitation will be extended U right. The Shepherd of the
lo Qovernor Frank O. Lowden of Hills.
Illlnols. to address the house on
'the co-ordination of itate boards
tinder one head a tyrtem which be
Insulted In Illinois.
An boar was dcroted in the
senate Monday to eulogistic ad-
dresser In memory of 8. J John-
son of Okmulgee who died la ..
summer Of those who spoke.
Senators lagrafaara and Harrison
should be awarded high aaovs-
There Is eossMeraXe spcla-
UoB a to th. p- tato raiK-w
late department which are cer-
tain to be ordered by the hoate.
The highway department sill be
the tint to undergo -rer-tlny by
the committee appointed by Speak-
VWTM.C-0 It"- V .MfclBltM
feesds the prohibition enfc cement
Speaker Schwabe of the houre
will announce committees ot that
body early this week. The speaker
who will without doubt be con-
tinually in tho limelight because
of the Republican majority In the
house spoke before the Lions' club
of Oklahoma City Tuesday night.
MAm .i I i I n Yn fom . Cwnaalm.
After several outbreaks of In-
surgency early in the session Sn-
ator Bob Wallcce of Pauls Valley.
Democrat seems to have returned
to the fold but corridor and hotel
lobby gossip Intimates that his
silence Is but temporary. The
writer was told that one of the
bitterest fights ever seen on the
floor of the senate Is smoldering
and will certainly erupt If Wallace
resumes his attack on several or his
For the first time in the hiistory
of the legislature a measure of
Importance to every tax payer was
passed on final vote In the Senate
when that body unanimously adop-
ted Senator AV. W. Woods' resolu-
tion to extend the year tax-paying
period six months making taxes
due January 1 payable June 30.
It was explained on the floor of
the Senate that another extension
would be granted before the ses
sion ends If It Is deemed advisable.
Measures of primary Importance
to tbe farmers which were Intro
duced during the first week of the
By J. O. .Vance. Mariow creating
a rural credit commission and ap-
propriating $1000000 with which
to begin the operations ot the
W. O. Pratt Ponotoc amending
session laws ot 1913 relating to
union graded schools and providing
for the establishment of rural high
schools In consolidated districts'.
J. W. Stetfcn Beaver county
setting April 1. 1921. as the date
UDon wJlch ad valorem taxes due
me siaio snoum oe paid.
T E Beck Grant county pro-
viding for the Incorporation or-
ganization and operation ot a state
r'U0U - WUU'
Other measures of Interest. In
troduced Friday were:
Concurrent bill No. 2S Drovlding
for a thresher's lien on grain and
Bill No. 11 by M. F Ingraham.
ot Sapulpa pertaining to the dis-
position ot unused churches having
congregational form of government
uoraraiMion upon the federated
rlnh- .r flu. niin r ih ni.An.
ance of "Book Week" by tho send-
Barton. His Life.
Baum Tho Lost Princes of Ox
Boll. Go-to-Bed Stories.
Byruin. How John Became a Man
Carluton. Farm legends.
Castlemon. Winged Arrow's Medl-
Cumlps. The Lamp-Lighter.
Habborton Helen's Babies.
Hrnty For Name and Fam
Lane. Our Paradise Home.
Maitland The Boy Seouts Afllo.t
CHILD SAVING WORK
I IN ARMENIA TOLD
BY AN AMERICAN
Charles V. Vickrey Gives Facts
of Hear East Relief Pro-
gram for Orphans.
Charles V. Vickrey general secre-
tary of the Near East Relief has re-
turned from a trip of lt .tie
throughout Central Europe and tbe
Near East and mode a nprt to tbe
tnutees of the Near East Relief In
wbtch be covers In detail the actual
work of child saving now being coo-
darted by the great American relief
organization In the Near East Mr
Vkkrey believes that "a few millions
of Collars wisely expended at this time
in tbe edecat on of the children of
tbe Near East in character building
and Id moulding these young lives
will be north vastly more to the world
CHARLES V. VICKREY.
than billions of dollars spent later In
suppressing International warfare and
Mr. Vickrey.. considers the need In
tbe Near East and especially In Ar-
menia greater than anywhere clfe In
the world because as he says "In the
countries of Central Europe there are
going governments which havs merely
been temporarily impoverished by war
In Ibe Near East on the other hand
there Is no such thing as stable gov-
ernment The whole fabric of the
stale has to be created from the be-
'ginning and the Innocent and help-
less children have to be trained to th
responsibilities of future citizenship.
IVcc '.a the Near East and. In great
measure throughout the world will
deend very largely on the character
of the citizenship of the peoples of the!
Irresistible Appeal of Orphans.
Describing the orphanage work of
the Near East Relief In the Armenian
Republic. Mr. Vickrey said:
"We have at Alexandropol In the
Caucasus one orphanage where there
are approximately 10.000 homeless
children fatherless or motherless
many of them having no known lhlng
relative. Some of them do not even
know their own names or the place of
their birth. They have shown wonder-
ful recuperative powers and to se
them play their kindergarten or other
games under the direction of our Ameri-
can relief workers one could never be-
lieve that they had passed through
the yeM of suffering that most of
them hue experienced since they or
their psrents were driven from their
homes In Central Turkey live years
"For the accommodation of these or-
phans therw are sixty splendid stone
buildings erected as barracks for the
Russian army. These buildings are
now given to us by the Armenian gov-
ernment for a period of ten years and
lend themselves sdralrably to relief
"This orphanage at Alexandronol Is
but one of the 20 orphanages that the
Near East Relief Is now operating In
various parts of the Caucasus Anato-
lia. Clllcia Syria and the Constanti
'Thirty miles from Alexandrooot. it
Jvurs were is another group of Rns-
tlan army barracks which wcro given
us by the Armenian government for
relief purposes. I was going through
the dormitories of this orphanage at
Kars when tbe young American col-
luge girl In charge tnrned to me and
said 'Mr. Vl krey. It sometimes makes
me feel Just a little older than Me-
thuselah to le called "Mother" bv
6.000 of those Armenian children.'
And that Is exactly what she was
the only mother that the 6000 Ar-
menian children have except as she
avails herself of the orgsulzed assist-
ance of natUe Armenian women. In
caring for this largo family.
"in the hospital at Kara I found
1.1P0 beoV which the day I was then-.
were occupied by 1.20S uiilents. it
frequently Wng necessary to put two
or wore children In a single bed. At
Alexandropol we have In one horpftal
or group of hospital building J.'yj
trachoma patients At KarUi forty
milt's east of Alexandropol we have
an orphanag- detotnl exclusively to
the care ami training of the blind
chlidrrn. At Delljun we hae another
orphanage located on a mountain side
for tbe care of tubercular children
this segregation being as much for
tint welfan- of the hrfclthy children In
the orphanages as for the care of the
unfortunate consumptives. At Erivan
we formerly had twenty-six distinct
orphanages though they huve row
been reduced and consolidated tr
3 - f
f iial a
Jx'n-n In number Thm rv ..j jp
1 1 us rnniv tl.ni- c iXi iirih:ic in tin
It. jU ul llu ) miL
WHY HtILD A COLLEGE IS THE ciallst has been able to present to . BlDrj-A.AjK CLCH CHEERS IX-
MKr North Dakota a lot of dreams which DLSTKIAIj bCHOUl uu
" seemed real. His course now seems
.. ....r: .. . . run tn that state. In response to a call from the
.;.r ZZLrtZ w rJZ
America minsn iu miovi ibv wr
... tj . i .-
at Ooodweil. Oklahoma awl mafcuc
:h school by abumUat appttrrta-
?2S's-..i - - .
Mve people is to educate tatr ekil
. .. -.... ..- " ""' '
drea. and we. tbe ettizeas of the
Panhaadle claim to be progratv.
therefore we coatend that our Sobs
and Daughters mast be trained
But to this proposition we are. per-
haps all agreed. The real question
to be thought out and wisely set-
tled Is "Could a college la the Pan-
handle best serve the states?" For
years the closest observers and most
through studTnts Z ?Vh. reT
have been iMrin- Tm n.7 ! n to Pro &e r He ana day time I help to clean up the cot-
la "the Trh-ntne The JIZZ hte ub oplifd PP"Prla" for ano at i o'clock I go over to
BrofKnhtanitoUe war PP and war materials L nIght grd and wake him up and
be famiHar TithT -raawelS upoa whe" the rerr Uie ' thofe cleai up his room
are whot mlnn nfftl J American Legion boys depended at KOt a box from horae. too. I
mind Telr toi is a anuln that wr In Ue MrIjr ds i ""e the necktie very much and the
cIaimlng"Vou stand "a JS lfc. W taer autu.de " candy sure was good. I was 14
ne4d of f' great school " To el1?'"".irr enlistment discouraged ar8 old November on Thanks-
cTedVrocelth1 Zfi& 1 be! - .ffi- LlVy
cies ana proceed wltn tne dlscuslos caae n effect German emissaries v. Yp
in a. somewhat orderly mauner. I n ta rear" I .t. -.. j x.
will iherofnro mnfiTi t. -ZL.i ! .iS. . I am In the 7th grade and hope
win. tnererore. confine the remain- xhe former servlco-men are op- k craiieis thin venr
der of this article to 1 Townlcylsm with orderly to wo ratn"Xo. ol a box
Its Conienicnce propaganda and so long as they ex-'." 0 n th0 BCh001 Bot a box
At first thought one mlnt eoa-l press their opposition to Townley- wo' . . . h
sider the assignment of convealenee . SnT with the bravo sslf-restraint . ihtav2I2n5 "" LVLw!
for an argument as unworthy of Uhkrh they now exhibit the ttl jS bTimJ. JK
serious consideration. But before! will have every reason to be Erate-10.1 l el "f Jne'u Kblfor ew
Jumping to a conclusion of that! ful . get to go home. I hae been down
kind will you not kindly ponder the! -This effort of Townley's comes1 nfre bef'ro anJt went home but i
facts submitted herein faeta which! at a time when he might expect Plajed 'h"okfy r"n school and
cannot be set aside by a wave of to gain some headway In Kansas. waB Bcnt back- -Maybe you think
the hand nor disposed of by a There Is discontent over the un- me a m'1 bW but J am not. I onljr
grunt of disapproval. That a school fortunate conditions which have panted to have some fun but had
building Is conveniently situated for ' come to tbe farmer In the period''00 much. fln and V1' got me-
a given family of children ts one of; of reconstruction. ' Tnev ic'ii 'cn Bood down here but
the primary determining (actors In. 'Townley with his class-ralnded J wiilil rnthor bo at home with
the edutatlon of those children clap-trap will doubtless cause some "'"'Mer nml father and my little
Since this is true of a single fam-linen to feel that he has a remedy brthcr nnd W little aster. Paula
lly It Is also true of a Panhandle ' and some will fall victims to tho.VnlICy Bnvo UB a talking machine
full ot families.- We all know that 'extent of giving Towley $18 for for Chrlsinas and women gave sacka
a business house In the city unwise- membership In his league." ! of candy apples and nuts to each of
ly located as to convenience Is for
ever handicaped as to patronage It
stands to reason that since citizens
in the rural district go some timed
for weeks and even months in need
ot the common necessities ot life
but refuse to go to the city for
them because the road is long and
rough and the trip expensive that
they will likewise In many cases
let the school years of their chil-
dren slip by unimproved because
the school Is far away.
I recall having once seen a saloon
that had been biult right on a sand
bar In the middle of tbe Canadian
river On one side of the riter
was that part of Oklahoma under
prohibition while on the other
whisky was sold by law. Now don't
you believe for a minute that this
keeper on the sand bar was not
doing u land office business. I saw
the thirsty footmen streaming out
or a thlrtfy little city on one bank
of the river watched then trudge
across tne wide sandy river bed and
pour Into this saloon like an army
of red ants into their den. The
CONVENIENCE of his place of busi-
ness whs the secret of the endless
line of customers.
Take the location of our Branch
Agricultural school at Goodwell
with reference to the central and
eastern Oklahoma districts. We are
deprhed or many visits bv our
friends ot those sections because
tney explain that the trip up here
Is long and expensive. If this Is
sufficient argument when only one
trip is about to be made from that
portion of the state to this what
shall we say when many such trips
from here down east stretching thru
the years of a college education con-
front the parent and prospective
pupil. This barrier is lamentably
effective in dissuading fmm tho .
(tlnuance of an education In higher
Institutions of learning. Thus tbe
strength of our youth and the stal-
wart citizenship of which our chil-
dren are capable are stopping short
of fullest development. More on
this division of the subject will ap-
JAS. O. DAVIS
Secretary of the P. A. I.
ALIJ-:. HimLiJ VERBAL BOMB
Topeka. Kan.. Jan. S Attacking
the Invasion of Kansas by A. C
Townley and non-partisan league or-
ganizers from North Dakota Gov-
ernor Henry J Allen. In a state-
ment given out Saturday night de-
clared Townley's efforts to "dereat
the country at home" during the
war and the fallacy of the league's1
"socialistic" policy. Justifies any
body or men who lore this stAto
In their hostility to Townleyism "
Governor Allen expressed ap-
proval or steps taken by rormer ser-
vice men to combat the campaign
directed by Townley to intrench the
non-partisan league among farm-
ers of the state. Townley. he said
had seized upon a period of discon-
tent among Kansas farmers at-
tendant upon the reconstruction
period to spread this "specious ap-
peal to class hatred "
American Legion posts which
had begun a publicity campaign
against Townley and the league
received commendation from the
governor. Although th legion as
an organization has withdrawn
from the tight the former service
men who compose Its membership
have banded together in "a defense
league" to prevent TownIe from
gaining a footing In the state
"People are rather familiar with
2- ' JJ-"JL K
-.I... n suiciucui. luni' u uraicr iuuiujt one ample moner aUpnHin- ..i " --
denial ot the fact that It has to loan any customer of their etSr of SB f COUnty afl-
ded the cost ot taxation. Intro- banks but ihat they were not car-1 8tate'
duccd soclallsic organization Into
a number of the forms of state
government wcakeaed the banking
system and brought North Dakota
face to far" wi . th gravest proh-
lenu which affect l In u. .i. .
Towtilty. hf Is hlun. If a io-
"However there another and '
. . . .1. ...t.Mj. tfca
added reswon for tbe attitude of the
America Leghm and .when one
toB?p?t!? " .J&A laff8 "
Pf?"1 "liadf J BLe Am
wercd every call of the war with
.!- lutrWUn fnvitmnHmtr a.
ia who. is the war was under
the Mrreiiaaee of the federal gov-
erament. Wfcile they were fighting
bodily at the frost. Tawnley was
among those who worked to defeat
the country at home. He repre-
sented the emsa more difficult to
deal with at home than the Hun
in the open.
With his specious appeals to
aatred- BC "V""1 eTery ef"
ort that tbe government was mak-
The American Federation of La-1 As it is about supper time I will
bor headed by Samuel Gompers close
declares that "reaction Is doing Its I From your loving friend
best to conceal and evade" the' HERSCHEL SUTTON
paramount Issues befpre the Amer- P. S. Be sure to wrlto to me.
lean people which are: I
"The league of nations; protcc-l E. It. Bouchard and Rev. Chester
Hon of the people against profiteers; Wickens and wife of Knowles were
relation of the government to the county seat visitors Monday and
aspirations of workers; use of the pleasant callers at this office while
injunction a? a means of com pell- In town. Mr. Wlckens Is an Al
ing workers to obey the will of printer and Is conducting a little
employers; the high cost of living; Job prlntery at Knowles in conn.ee-
establlshmtnt of arbitrary tribunals tion with his church work. He is
and boards to coerce workers re- pastor of the Nazarene church at
press their normal and legitimate that place. The Herald has ob-
activities and clog the processes of talned a promise from hlra to help
Industry by artificial methods; the us out a little later then we hope
right of workers to organize for to get away for a vacation and wo
mutual advancement and develop- are sure that this shon will he In
- ment ana t0 wn1raw T r:
IVA TI A V A m A AA V llltlnfflf AT
vice when terms and conditions' of
service are oppressive. iard. Mrs. Wlckens Is also a com-
"On these issues must America posltor.
decide. The American people never '
willingly go back." ' J. O. Karnes who has been
The league of nations question teaching near Gray but who was
will be finally settled as our people selected for under sheriff by Sher-
dlrect When It comes to profiteer- ift Brldgewater. resigned his school
lng the American Federation of Mt week and has taken hs
Labor is guilty through artificially ew duties In the sheriff's office
forced wages strikes and decreased here. Mr Karnes is not a stranger
production. Relation or govern- to Beaver rolk. He was a deputy In
ment to as-plrations or workers ac- the county clerk's oHIce some tin-o
cording to Mr. Gomper's construe- belore enlisting ror government ser-
tlon would mean that the Amerl- Tlce. He is a capable young man
can Federation or Labor would dom- and The Herald Is pleased to note
inate the government. The use or that he will be connected with the
the Injunction is not to compel sheriff's office and that the family
radical workmen to work to pre- will return to Beaver.
vent them from destroying life any;
property and keeping others from Sheriff Brldgewater was called to
working. The high cost of living Neosho. Missouri Saturday on ad-
can be laid largely at the door of vice that J. W. Peters who was
the American Federation of Labor wanted here on a charge of grand
which has stood for a policy of larceny had been apprehended at
decreased production at greatly In- that place. It will be remembered
creased wages. Boards to coerce that Peters was charged with hav-
workcr and repress their normal lng Droken lnto lne Frank T
activities is a misleading phrase; horae near ForsaDf and solen cJn.
the reference is to such organlza- ng tedding and other th ncs.
tlons as the Kansas Industrial Court sheriff Brldgewater returned wUh
which Is for the purpose or settling hs Drionr is nlcht
labor disputes without strikes Such Prisoner last night
courts do away with the Job or the ' -ir. 1 TJ . ..
labor agitator and prevent by legal Manager Sam' x&l'Tn f
process- conspiracies to hold up the Sr? p r?T rw r" 0t th SP"
public such as we witnessed in the ft.0".1' h W "
coal railroad and similar strikes. or aS.a" "J ?' Jas; Thursday
The right or workers to organize J1 a.nlB L. 5' "a? e.a"nounc-
or quit work when conditions are eB !le0 seusY " "'J wfJje.r th-
oppressive has never been denied "onu iU?r word llLrT Vl PneV
but the American Federation or n . rtW teln"1 wffl
Labor claims the right to enforce condition uc'"fi '" crmcai
Its arbitrary demands by calling a '.
strike at any time regardless ot in nuinn ...i .. .
public welfare to force compliance to luka Kansas 9 .nvV1 '
sr-fflrr" wh"h wp"--Ht;Si'K'" ";
People never willingly go back " mMneChaaUv ?. JW" . Mr- frc-
They are going back now to the "5 ad Vh I roatr"s here
principles of government as laid nJrPa?.Ld WM known to man'
down In our constitution where: Icaver PeaP'e-
ever man is guaranteed equal rights ' Ponr.rln Q Q
and where no arbitrary labor dicta- nil" .!ot S- S- Strong was a
tors can say who can and who he.' hf"?8' v8lor laH week
cannot work It Is the laboring X scouting around looklnjr ov-
men themselves who are tired of .?e ProPects ror carpenter work
radical dictation which costs them J? "T new towns alonK tho K. k
dearly In lost time. - ral 'r oatJ. which is building from
Liberal to Forgan
W E Hocker of Elk City pre-- Frank pioi-l- i ( . ..
Idem of The Bank of Beaver Cltv ?" c..FJec' .Casller ot The
The First State Bank of Forgan.
andThe Oklahoma State Bank of
Florls. and It. A. Maple of M-
cane and vice president of the
same institutions were In Bver
this week attending the antw. '
stockholder meeting of the bank
here They also altended
mee Ings at the other banks. Mr
Hocker stated that tit -
Hocker stated that while money
.?. ?S w?tb '
rying in customers of other
. L. Bobbltt. of eTver rural
te. transacted butine&a In tkel
. r -eat Tuesday and whll -
csllcd at this office and Huarcd
preside! of -the . eaera ea
duo me tiae--rc itutmi
club here remembered one of the
boy at the Pauls Valley Industrial
Home with a gift box at Christinaa
time. In appreciation the boy
wrote the following letter to the
Pauls Valley Okla.. Dec 25 1920.
Mrs. F. C. Tracy. President Blde-a-
I am writing to you to let yotr
know I received your letter and
Christmas box. I thank you very
much for sending It and thank your
Club too. I am glad you are Inter
ested In all of us boys and hope
W he a Merry Christmas too.
Yoa asked me what I do. In the
us. 1 have hud a good Christmas.
We had n man out here who told ui
that Christmas was' Christ's blrth-
excellent hands. Mr. Wlckens
knows the business from A to Iz-
sWt vUItor Mondkr wwi CSnty
hT called I at hU 2rfi1.Vh here
idee order ?Jr printing ' aV'"5 U
v frin.. . .
tbe 'Ltwso abstract "S1?' 1
to her work w S".lce' rutrned '
a plet vacaUon fSZSFlU"?
motiwat Sealer Wth her
' al -"CAiester.
terL1oiyr8Bnn0ri . V
... proved "it l ""
Provod at this tiny?.
n ...... ' :
decorator in. V Palni . and lnterior-
roraor; has Decn doing some work;
at Liberal Kansas.Uif -. . Wtt&
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