Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 18, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 1, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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aturday Morning Advertiser
VOTE TO STRIKE
lhU I 'T KM'KCTKD nCT
n(- (.IIIKV.1M.K COMMIT-
rf.s !Y ORDER LOCAL
pt l ''
so II' '
'' erhood of Railway
ivfl.noo strong In conven-
rago this week voted
fly to striko because of
minced wage reductions.
mticod however that the
has no intention of cnll-
i ' striko of its members
i . Mine up of any railroad
lit country will bo a mat.
local grievance cnmmlt-
'n Inc. x
1 ro may bo walk outs on
t Is "aid It will only bo
rlevnnce committees on
Vivo sanctioned such nn
Imtlon there is n griev-
"io consisting of threo
t each terminus of each
i act on all disputes af-
r own road and If there
ii v strikes they call them.
that the Brotherhood has
Midi committees have au--all
strikes when in their
that are deemed advis-
DURANT OKLAHOMA Saturday octoiiuk i 1021
Liberty bonds reached this week
I hlchit price of the year when
lory notes sold in New York at
Mlthtli nf a cent under par.
Ire were many offerings and lots
lesoM as big as $1000000.
PLANS SUGGESTED TO
Interstate Commerce Commission
Would Mako American Rail R.
torn Into Nineteen Comnot-
Tentntlvc plans for a consolida-
tion of all railroads of the Hunted
Sates Into nineteen competing sys-
tems wore announced by the Inter-
state rommerco commission today.
The commissioners plan follows
closely the recommendations made
by Professor nipley of Harvard
University an economist who has
studied the plan for the commis-
sion for consolidation made by the
Vndcr the plan the Rantc To rail-
road would bo strictly a southern
transcontinental svstcm operating
from Chicago to Memphis and New
Orleans and west to the Pacific' coast.
The Rock Island would operate from
St. Paul south to New Orleans
thence west to T.os Angeles. The
St. I.ouis and San rranclscn and
M. K. it- T. railroads would operate
from Chicago and St. Louis .south-
west through the cotton belt with
connections with the Pacific Coast.
IfEW ALTITUDE RECORD
A now world's record for heighth
was achieved at Dayton Ohio Wed-
nesday when Lieutenant John A.
Macready flew to an altitude of40-
800 feet nearly seven and three-
quarter miles high. TJho former
record was 38180 feet made by
Lieutenant Rudolph Schroedcr in
the same kind of a machine.
T)o You Believe in Luck?
We don't believe very much in
luck but must admit we have been
lucky in buying the merchandise
we did at the time we bought it.
Merchandise especially in certain
lines has been advanced in the
wholesale markets. What they will
do in the future we don't know;
but one thing we do know and
that is this Until the goods we
have in stock and what we have
coming are sold there will be no
advance in our prices. When these
are sold we may have to ask a
little more so we advise that you
purchase your needs as soon as
AT OTHER STORES
Then let us show you what we have
You will wonder how we do it
If you want to save
Where up-town prices look extravagant
SOUTH OF TOWN
WHITE ROIU:i KHilJItKS ALSO
SAID TO HAVE MADE APPEAR-
ANCE AT CALERA. DURANT
PEOPLE SAID WARNED.
The News litis reports nf two ap-
pearances of what appears to bo
tho Ku Klux Kl.in in the county
during the pa't week.
Mr. lloaty. tiuck driver for a local
oil company san that an he was
coming Into Durnnt Tuesday night
at about eight o'clock he met a
robed flgute on a horse in the road
near the Dui.int Country Club and
that although lie tued Ills horn vig-
oiously tin figure did not move
and he was foioed to tutu mound
him to pass in the load. Ho sas
thai the man was mounted on a
horse and woie a robe that co
TO RUSH TREATY
WANT TIIINCS SETTLED REKORE
INTERNATIONAL D I S A It M A .
MENT CONFERENCE MEETS.
TAX REVISION UP TOO
With a view to expediting nctlon
on the peace treaties with Germany
Hungary and Autila. United States
Senatms Wednesday planned to
won. 'lights and i eminence sessions
an hour irllei until the work is
finished it is highly desirable they
point out that the peace tieatles bo
mm luded befote the meeting in
November of the International DIs-
nimameiit Conference railed by
It Is .ilsii planned to rush the tax
piRim bill so as to get that big
question disponed of at the oailiost
po .-'ilili moment..
eied hi- own head and body as well I Aiming other Itnpoitant matters
as tho house's rump and neck and
head. He sis the lonu Klansman
appeal I'd to be nn guard as if a
meeting of some sort weie in pro-
gress In the little gioe of trees
near wbuie he was seen. No other
persons lepoit having seen tho
Residents of Culera tell of the ap-
pearance of robed flguies on the
streets of tho town Monday night
and silently marched through tho
town and away and that presently
two moru tobed figures appeared
and did likewise. It is stated in
this connection that just before tho
appearance of the robed figures two
horsemen were seen approaching tha
town and it is to them the cicdlt
is glon for the appearances
All kinds of Illinois about the
Ku Klux Klan are afloat. The last
part ot last week the minor was
that ale Mheduled to comu up for a
vote within the next two weeks are
the Panama Canal tolls bill tho nntl
iieer bill and tho bill to authorize
tho .Secretary of tho Treasury to fund
the debts or the United States into
long time securities.
IKMiS PAY TAXES NOW.
Even the lowly canine is no lon-
ger to be allowed to escape the over
present tax collector. Commencing
October 1 all of the canine popula-
tion will be taxed and the tax col-
lected. The city clerk will collect
the tax and give tags for proporly
labeling tho dogs. All dogs found
running at large will be anested and
impiisoned in the dog-pound and un-
less laiiBomed will lie sentenced to
death and duly executed without
benefit of clerg.v Dog ownein will
save themselves tumble (and also
iliciilnted that ertnn peisons in save the dogs from seilous conse
Durant bad leeelvcd warnings fiom
the Klan but officials have nor
been ndvl-ed of inv such motives and
the nlle: ed recipients have not made
public anv Mich eommunli'ations.
quenres) by palng the tax piomptly
TWO HOME RUINED
NORMAL AND Itl'RLESOV
TANGLE HORNS SVITRRAV
Satuiday of this week the Noun.il
football team meets the t' mi nf Hill
Imoii College (iieenvllle Texas
when one of he best games of tin
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liini llo'ili INi.mil. """ Alwn '"Kf' I'"J S.iiunl.i
alti'lnoon at lulu hi loi I.
Iltirlesiiu has ahvavs bad a good
o-lncld.'iit with the flist real f(b.ll team and the dope bus It
nnitbei ol tall theie v.i'ie two de
htitirtive . res In the it v Thursday
tnat the team tbU eai I- taster than
! !. .'ivoi.lL'e iiiiii.iI t.wt titm.illr
night both enduring at about the has a K()1 lilr ' 'r.ispi.i i
n.iuei nine . .mi. iinii neiiiiei one . . fn
appmntlv owing Its oiigiu to the
building of tlies n the stoves long n.tl.l'-MII.I.ION' HOLilt
unused as Is geneiallv the rauso of TOMIl SIONE I OR .11 UK
those fires which accompany tho first
cold snap. In fact theie had been Announcement is made that a
no fires in eithet bouse dining lhe h.iir-nilllion dollar tomb sione will
afternoon or evening and the origin .. Klin llf . JKl
In both cases is unoknwn ' 1IlllM oi.. unlllouaiie who
The first file was In Hie residence was l.ilb d last Noviiubei at Ald-
of Dr. .1. S Mooie 1221 We-t Texas' mine
stuet. The file depaitinent lespond-
ed piomptlv but the building w.i" IIICII SCHOOL ClltLs
dt.v and binned lapidlv being practi-( 'o HOLD MARKET
rally destin.vul togetlmr with its
contents. Iiefciu- tin- flames weie Anangeiiients am being mado liy
brought iindir control. Dr. Mooie Hie .voting 1 idles attending the High
gves bis loss as between $l.fi00 and lOI to bobl a maikit toiiioriovv
$2.onu with onlj snnll ir.1 ii ranee (Kituidav) at the V. II Smith
While the flie ilepirtment was lliirdv.aie sitiiie for the benefit of
still busy at the Di Mooie ievdenie Hi" High School ust loom fund
a second alarm was tinned in. the
fir in this case being In a lesldencn TRASH EIRE I'RIDIY MORMNC.
on the northwest roninr of 1'eeob binnltu' tnisb pile in the allev at
stieet a'nl Pccniid owned liy Piaiil: the rear of the Hiltilirand-Statnn
Illeg' Mid occupied by !eo Wilcox ( nmp mv's stole -' c the fire bovs a
Mr. IViliox and wife were taking run 1'ilday morning So dimago
silppet at 'lie home of Mrs. Wilcox's was done
mother Mis Ten ell In lionot of the
day it being the second anniversat v 1VER u;e OI'NTMV SCHOOL
of their wedding There had been
no fire In the house dining the af-
ternoon and the oriuin of the Hie Is
ATTEND. IT WAS 50.10
I'ortheyeat c ndlng .lime :jn 1 . !1
unknown Owing to the fact that the average daiiv attendance in ro-
the flie company was at tho other called ruial s''1ids In Ilrvan cciun-
end of town there was some delay tv was lifi:ift accotdlng to report
In their arrlvial and the building furnished the State Dep-irtment of
was as good as gone when thev at- IMiicatlnn by County Superintendent
rived. The boiiRe to the west of the Cunningham. These figures do not
burned building was sllghtlv dam- include the pchools In the cities of
aged but the firemen saved It from Caddo and Durant whose school
any serious damage. boird make their own separate re-
in addition to losing all of their Ports. The attendance was divided
clothing and furniture Mr. and Mr ' "i follow: Whlto bojB 2061;
Wilcox also lost $110 which was in "hlto KM 2.H00; negro boys 195;
the house at tho time concealed un- negro girls 181.
der tho mattress of a bed.
Mi:SSi;.OER ON WHITL
Mr. Relgrs loss was well covered
by insuranco ho having $1500 on
the building. Mr. Wilcox's loss was
considerable with only a small In-1
IS lU'.V DOWN HY OAR
Frank Dennett telegraph messen
ger boy nni tow Iv escaped Injury or
death at Jl o'clock Tuesday after-
r'AirmT noon w lion he n run down by C.
.TLSTICE IOIRT. v McRIreatb driving bis light car
Justice of the Peace Archibald The boy on his wheel had emerged
was a busy man Friday hearing un the alley and turned couth on
three piellmlnary examinations and Third avenue ns the c-ir was com-
dlsposlnr of the caes so far as his jn. north on tho pimo street the left
court was concerned fr. "t wheel of tho automobile strik-
Jlm Ilii7eali charged with Incest Inc the hl"l wheel of the- bicycle
was held under a $."00 on Imnd tli'ovvlng wheel and bov under the
the embezlotnent ense acilnst Spot- c i and crushing tbei bicycle wheel
wood was dismissed as wis aln the Had the car proceeded another foot
caso against Kla I.eMar charged the boy'B leg would have been snap
wth Reduction. P0'l hut hu escaped uninjured.
HAS TAKKX ACTION
riicniplo.vinent Found To Ik' Much
Iass Than The Estimate Of
Tho ITnlUiI Static IVepnrt- '
nient of I.nlMir
The unemployment conference call-i
ed to meet at Wasiiltiirtiiu In- stecrx.
tary Herbert Hoover has taken two'
important steps in its meet in pto-
gress this week. Tho first step was
to nsceitnin through oxpett and c.im-l
petetit testimony that the unemploy-t
ed In the t'nited States numbers1
only about tlnee and one-half million'
instead of six million as had been
estimated by tho Depaitinent ofi
The second step taken has been
to afreet an agteement vvithu manu-
facturers wherein they can work
moro men for shorter hours and I
thereby furnish wotk for iikiiu men'
although loss work for all. This
agiccmont bringing about a "spread-1
tng or thin" of emplo.vees wilj. It
Is believed tollovo the unomnlov-
ment sltuntlon greatly.
Wage cuts have been onnosed Gen
erally by l.iuoi but In view of ho.
situation it is believed that tho above
Policy will lulleve much distress ...
peclally In tho largo Industrial cen
ASK KLAN PROBE
LETTERS FROM HEAD REQUEST
HWEEPINO INVESTIGATION OF
ACTIVITIES OF THE KU KLUX
Let tors have been sent to Piosi-
ilent Harding and to Attornoy Oon-
etal D.iugheit) reiiuling that the
(lev eminent make a sweeping Inves-
tigation of all activities ot tho Ku
Klux Kl in in the Culled States. The
requests rnnio from William Joi-
epli Simmons of Atlanta On. who Is
impet ial wizard ami head of tho or-
ganization. In ills letter to tho president Mr.
Simmons declaied the klan would
welcome a sweeping Investigation by
the government Into nil its activities
thiniighout tho country whilo In the
letter to tho attorney general ho Bald
nil records books and fllea of the
"invlsnblo empire" would bo at the
OIL PRICES DETTKR
Prices offered for erudo oil in
various fields have advanced about
twenty-five cents a barrel this week
and tho advance has had tho effect.
nf stimulating production and of en-
couraging tho entlro oil Industry
which has been hard hit by tho low
In Justice Archibald's court Mon-
day. Enrl It. Boco was bound over
to tho Dlstilct Court on a charge of
embezzlement his bond bolng fixed
at $1000 which was furnished by
his father John Doyco a Second av-
enue nierchnut of this city. It seema
that last Fobruary young tloyco mar-
rlod Miss Hattlo Payne ot Sherman
Toxas and that ho llvod with her
long enough to mako nwny with an
automobile belonging to hor when
ho bent it.
v i Mr.
J . u
In Our Men's Department
Ranging From 69c to $2.85
That Were $1. to $4.
Tlioy coincj in Ijot li ncchhaiiti ami collar atliiclictl some
with tlctachctl collars to match shitl XoL IioiikIiI for a
salt.1 hut am our lobular hi amis from
Eagle R and M NoFade
Bates' Sireet and Other
Well Known Shirts
Mado of high grade Percales ShlrtiiigH. Corded Madras
Silkcloth HoisottcH Mercerized and Hilk I'ongoes.
Come in look them over All out on tables
Get here early to get your correct size.
Trade-Day All Over Our
Store Every Department
HAS SPECIAL BARGAINS
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