Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 19, 1922 Page: 1 of 4
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ROMIA lims KILL GIANT
RATTLER NEAR RIVER
Onie.v Williams and Eatl Thornton
of Romia in the south part of the
i uuiity ncai Itcil River nauowlv es-
caped being bitten by a Riant snake
Tuesday whin they stepped over the
tattler while hunting in Red river
bottom. TMl doits With them vipr
.itv's' water system will !'itu'n ' the snake one of them dy-
Ifeit not only of fuinish-!lnl?romthu ejects. As they were
supply of better drinking wn kl"f "Hough h'Bh grass Williams
In lieople of the town but "ml lhu!'Ttn" topped oer the rat-
ivo to get us a lower bnse tR'r .whith dl(1 not R'M' the usual
insurance in the city ac-' w?rn.inR- ."he bovs do not know
nir ( it's Base Fire In- I
ni and enlnigements'
litul and under construc
..-.... w..y. .. ....- .. - . :
w.ttei superintendent Per- """ situm- su-uck at tnem
or not. Both fired at the rntHer nnrt
-.tiling basin at the pump- Sw"? hM WaS
. .. PnmnletpH nnrl wns not S'X CCt. "K a?A "S blK "round as a
. i -. vw...r.-- . .. .. ninn thirrh
terriay. The new basin is .
He was the velvet tail
Lnni-in T"V... -..1.1 a 1
.! ni liniHs nnn nnn ' ?'""" .'" luulu "" count; me rat-
f waU-r. The old basin Is'ln'thl H 7 !l n'. U
. ... o.nnnn it ... was in this neighbnthood that thirteen
imi noms .nu.uuu Ruiions me -.- . "-
CONE TO VIRGINIA
t h together serving to treble ern
K output of pure water forced
through "u mains into the city.
Thl . I pnvaic wiepnono line Sam w. St)np . one Rrj.mike.
to tne siauon on tne nver.ivj imni t t d ." of
OTdiri nMiuiuon. mtiii o neip we bcn hJH fam Bcattercd over
W ' ' I 'n. f rn Lnr 1 '! ' the Unitcd Stat'S' " wi " the first
Wd w '7e r"timc in seven years that the whole
k a .. ..inty of being able to phonetfnmi h fc together at one time.
the r'-i" fl" Rreater pressure should . 2
M i r sent the plant has but one in-. HARDING PASSES
c.ve the water from the BUCK TO SOLONS
the station. When the river ;
i n.-isv to spp thnt this in- '
sA so clogged with mud and "-"aeni ncna .io.ni session oi
m. nit off the supply until ' Congress Strike Hostage Triday
pies down. To get awny " '" Announced
possibility three new in- . . .
being installed one above' Administrative of finals Thurs-
-o that the top one will be 'y nigni imu on rrmay ..uuui ......
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IS BURIED FRIDAY
SATURDAY ALCJ. 15) 1922
2000 EXPECTED IN
I'ioiuer titlen I'asscd Awa ThurH-
da Aftcrniion After Stroke of
Apoplex.v. Iturial Here
I iirtj-Nliie TV.irh.Tn Will He Kmplnv-
'il In Durant Tor School Term "
Which Commences Sept. 11
Dr. Willis Giecn Short nioneer Wnn llmfmh-nit i! n.
citizen.of Diiinnt passed away at two imt Public sihools gather on Mon-
imuy ucloik llmi-day afternoon nf- d.iv September 11 to enter upon n
ter a brief illness death being due nun -months session of public instruc-
to aiioplcxy. At the time of his turn thnv will fnnn iun.l.r..nn.i t.
death deceased was Gt jcars eleven ttue American citizens the bovs and nhi'"-'' llt
iiinnins ami tnirtecn days old and girU of Durant the largest nttend-
bad made Durant his home for nine- aiue in the history of the local
teen jearM. Dr. Short is survived by ilmols.
his wife one brother Dr. George V
NN V:rmMMrTo ncRVN?11"'1' BUILD A COUNTRY
' ' ' ' I CLUB HOUSE SOON
David G. .Moore. Jr.. nuhitect on
unius new tiltiation pl.iiil. anil one
of the southvvest's foieiiunt vv.itei .
pitiifuatiou expel Is ep. its In come
to Duiant in it few da.Vs to assist
water suiu'iintendeiit I'.'ikinoii in de j
vising plans to impiove Dur.ints
As it stands now the water ii as. .na .lti i... th niemlwrs tn prpet
ihemiuilly pure as almost any water m.idern club" house on the club nro-
t Is very hard U!i.rlv Inst south nf town nnil to start
ionics from the river 111 that V.iyflim.trupinn work insl ns soon na
No DircctorM and Officers Selected
l'or Durant Connlrj Club At
Meeting This Week.
At a niotting of members of the
I Durant C'ountiy Club held Tuesday
I night of this week at the court house'
A few changes have been made in
Shoitof Durant. and two sons Attoi- tlli. personnel of the faiulty for the
nev General George t. Short of Ok- tnMInR cn osleciny in thp hi h
lahoma and Itfe G. bhoit .of Beau- s.hool. where Cupid's darts have
proved fatal to the futuie professlon-
nnd is not made hard in process of
Alteration mys Mr. I'erklnson. Con-
seiuiently it must be treated. If not
disappointed Mr. Puikinson expects to
be able to so treat the water that it
will tome into the cttyV homes as soft
as rain watei.
MILITARY FUNERAL GIVEN
SLAIN MEAD MAN
funeral services vvtie held at the al laiecr of some of out best teach-
Fnst Christian Church at four o'clock ei. In the grades however. mot of
Friday afternoon conducted by Rev. the former teachers remain at their
rn?;i STnT'i CV f !mt.S- S0mt though have been at- Tht. funcra of Alvm Uoulam. who
Iontnine. followeil. by interment at ti.uted by more lucrative positions n lvn t.n ... jnln i r M n..vis nn
Highland cemetery. The ball bearers other places but most have chosen tt I iT&S xkSJS S
S a 7 ' n v ?T '' a trtman in c service of Dutant's heW at the Mend cemelcry ThursHay
Frost. A. Zumwalt. Fred Lowry. Am- slhoo . Severa have served the afternoon Company E of Durant of
biobe Hoston and C 15. Cochran. s.hools from six to thirteen years. whlh RowtandiB a member fur-
The deceased was a life long mem- Superintendent R. R. Tompkins an- nished a firing squad which had
ber of the Methodist church. lie was tiupnted that every building will be charge of a military funeral accorded
born nnd reared in Kentucky and came t.ived to its utmost capacity and Rowland.
to Durant when it was a small conn.- tint every boy and gill of school age'
tiy town. He made t wide ciicle of will be eniolled and busy laying the DTP irrt'DTT'OT' TI'TtJTT'C!
AnrnAfa - " IVAJk - A M. X V -1KJ
friends both here nnd over the State foundations of futuie careers
and was known to all as a stiaightl Kvery litizen of the city-should be
foiward law abiding citiren who inteiested in seeing that cverw child
gained univeis.il love and respect. 'of sihool age not only staits the
WIPE OUT TOWNS
iai's work but i ontinues through the Large Minnesota Territory Burned
wver nanj renpie losing Lives
And Others Endangered
the gieatest possible high
President Haiding would deliver to a
Rmakinri imoss!hlenfKot Jmnt session of the Senate and the
.ystem'to eve'r fail the House a mege "g specm Icg-
ngme room is also being
i cost of $3000 and the de-
i installing nn electric gen-
v Hi which to make its own
t.. opeintc the eleitucnlly
i nips should they be in op-
.! the "juice" fail fiom the
.1 This installation will
I nit suiety of motive powei
. the pump".
t.l.v iiddid lciiuiiement nt-
mil information to plfljj
I uk in the Sixth .-foss for
i.iting purposes-is tiie laj-
i' moie water main. The
f ilk- want a ten-inch main
and south along Eleventh
in the stnndpipe to Missis-
the cross mains to be
Sf big main. This impiove-
nn iiiditiun.il $10000 or
ac co."4' 0 JIr' Per
't Duiant is in t scicnth'
islation legarding the coal and rail
strikes. Just what he is to piopose
was not given out and of couise will
nut be known until pit-sented to Con-
giess. The Piosident's message it is said
will suggest the need of legislation
to sticngthen the Government's coal
distiilmtion system and to prevent
jtiofitpppna f'om the shortage
In might about by the io.il and tail
stiikps. In addition it is believeili
!. .it - ")0 pono-.nss that the Fed-1
oi al Government intends to give Its
aid and pioteitioii to the mainte-
naiiie of i .til operations. It is doubt-
ful whether theie will be any sugges-
tion for legislation nffecting the rail
Six known dead hundreds homeless
at least two towns wiped out nnd n
doen others m imminent danger was
the apparent toll Thursday night of n
series or forest fires which swept
lT KLUX KLAN VISITS
REVIVAL AT OLD KEMP
( U'GHT MAN WANTED FOR
Something near fifty men. masked Bl'RGLARY IN TEXAS
believed to be membeis of the Ku
Klux Klan visited the big niboi in Miei iff Taylm Thursday apprehend-
vvhirh tevival services are being eon-'d and nrrested one John Dob-on. who
ducted bv Rev Drown at Old Kemp i wanted for lobberj of a store at
Wednesday night. The party atiivcd Tulip Texas. Offueis from Texas Northeastern Minnesota causing the
nnd matched silently down the aisle '..inn- and tetuined the man to TexnslUOrst conflagiation since 1018. when
ptesinted the evangelist with n sum I'nday. Mi. Taylor located the man mi) pet sons lost their lives
of mone.v. after which one of tl.eti in tne imisn near uohcnuo ne snjs off(Jiill .ort tonight were that
number made a short talk when the mid placed hint under an est (h(i t((Uiv of ti! siiver Cieek
etowd left in nutnmohili s as they had land Pimio in Lake County all small
inme Absolute silence pi ev .tiled RACK FROM FISHING Isettleitunts had been destiovcd the
dining the demonstiation it is snid. i jl( all(1 s n.in Swinno.v have1 h rugees in imly fl.emg to Two Hai-
Renoits s.i ihat tuwdie-s ern the ' . nn.i .. ten-day fishing trin ' lnt -
outside of the niboi have hsoh dtv extern Oklahoma and Dan is busy ' Cotton and
NID MAN niTTEN RV MAD
DOG TWO WEEKS AGO"
itv back to sixth class
ing of the ten-inch main
Something over twn weeks ago. A-
M Ramburg. who lives tionr Nida.
. na fi.Vv biftpn on tTio liiJnrt artA
... ll- W.... ... ... ...V. ...... . ...(l
we nre mioinien. mil nn) hv a dop wvn attacked him nnd
to better than eighth . w t'lMj mnA rvmntv TTpnltb
that is needed in addition officer. Dr Armstrong sent the dog's
mt improvements alieady hoa(J tn tho stnfp ncaitj Department
m iouise of construction .w ... Jmv Int be wnq nf-
flicted with hydrophobia. It requires
fiom three weeks to a month for any
symptoms to manifest themselves
Dr. Armstrong tells tis. nnd the in-
juied man is taking the Pasteur
tipatment at this time in hope of
killing any of the poison which mav
" savs The Germans Cannot have gotten into his system.
I urther Gold Payments .
AIRS. SEEI.Y CELEBRATES
BIRTHDAY WITn RECEPTION
mion of the German Chan-
th Germany is on the very Ml jinrv Seelev on the eve nf her
-i social revolution brought 7-jh tjrthdav gave n reception to her
he constant depreciation in twn cjjiilon' g. W Seelev Miss Ab--f
the mark which makes )j( Pptiov crnnfj children. Mr. and
rations payments in gold AIl okland Morton. Ralph Sceloy.
Rnv eeley nnd her old friends Mr.
' nn mntlf is nnw rnin.t ni ... Mr.. A TCpplv of Durnnt From
thousand to the dollar as HV daughter in California - "l
'mai pc.ue time value of -.aiiie and children here including
her ginnd childien she received quite
a nice puie of money All thnt wore
niospnt cxptesspd themselves ns hav-
inir nn excellent time.
tuibing the services eonsidntblv. and gapping fish stories with other nim-.lims County
these the spe.iKti i- w visuois )( They hart a pleasant time tney stioetl
C.nti.il Lakes in St
.iln weie lepoited de"
possible. To accomplish this one the
president was empowered to appoint
two committees one to collect back
dues from members nnd the other to
secure new members.
In addition to the erection of a
club house the organization plans to
provide tennis courts build n drive
to the lake and plant trees as well
as place boats and fishing docks on
At the meeting Tuesday night di-
rectors for the ensuing year 'were
selected as follows:
O. W. Mattison Fred Lowry. J. R.
MeKinncy S. C. Boswell. Green
Thompson Sam Stone Galen H. Me
Kinncy. Henry Spring. A. B. Davis
O. T. England nnd Frank It. White.
The directors held their first meet-
ing Wednesday and selected officers
ns follows: O. W. Mattison president
Sam Stone vice president and Henry
President Mattison appointed a
committee to collect back dues and
membership payments comprising
Messrs. R V. Hlltibrnnd. John A.
MncDonnld. O. R. Salmon and Win.
As n committee to secure additional
memberships he selected Messrs. J.
M. Hntih.tt Waul Thompson and W.
The following members were ap-
pointed to seive as a building com-
iintt.e O. W Mattison chairman;
Jewell links. .las R. Mi Kinney. J.
T Colwick Snm Stone. This com-
mittee has in i hut go the building'
and i quipping of the club house and
was authoiied to stwil vv.uk inniQ-
vmuuci ..- ..ii l.v
mini... .. r i""1"1 's .
esidi nt wis a gioimd commit-
'.' ... .1 ;. following mem-
'.'-'...pasul Of tnt
ALVIN ROWLAND FARMERS UNION
oih. nn iVtn M. -l.j i
kit. run at mi? An tt .. " " 1 1 n """:" " . " "" r.n" K:
mm.m.j. m n.ii' rjlMJn Itl KK'I'IIVfJi - is i.(. iicki m until
..... n)l s
Ibeis Galen II. McKiimey. chamnan
. r itn.isnnrt men were battling A. It Davis and Jesse M. llatchett.
I Dht .1 - ve viemitj of r.ve-1 The building iniiimitt.e mot 1m iday
la lorest flu. . nrhilelmorninir and nuthoiiid the immed-
-"plion of n elub house at a
lo fighl the fl lines should thev
CEPMW WTION FACES ITS
it! I'KST CRISIS 'TIS SAID
At 11:l"i oMoek Wednesday morn-'
ng. Ah in Rowland aged about 2"i '
was snot twue with a 4-j-calibre re
the business sttect of Mead west of j follows;
... . in n 4A.. h.. .... 'I HO
IISIIIIT ill il IL'V JlllllUies. .(V
The State Farmers Union ended its
I i-iini.-su.iy arm in resoiuuons passert
nppio.it h ilangeituislv
neai the citv
annual convention nt Okhhomn Citv1 ROTARY CI I'R TO HAVE
ll'iwlM js. ilmt m 1 ! . !-; A lmii . . . .
. - - I -sstos.-iiit.i llllll 111 I (--1III1I1IMIS I l.'ISi
as he walked down thrmip-h i ..! . . ... '
- 'ii . . ....I. iiviikiiiiii .iihii .trp ns
t the regular meeting of the Ro-
BABY INJURED IN RUNAWAY
PoIiciPs of tlp i . .... .!. i-I. l L ""irtHar mpeting of the Ro- '"" i. i.nbv of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
killing 'Iftfc done by J. M Davis aged the lesnlnMnns . " tnty Cluh hpld Tiip-.HV noon it was . Smith of Mend was sligntly In-
nbout W. who immediately surrender-1 Demand for st-ite nrintlnr. nf .iin " tn "n"' n nnv-dny nttendnnre JI'('I .Saturday night vvh.n the horse
ed his gun to F. A. Tupman. after 'Mhoo texlI.ook and nnportinnmonf r?nn.'t hpwpn "" m- tn- lonm hltrhcl to the buggy in which they
whiih Tui-man and Davis came lntof school fun.N derived fVom IS ;'mvn fhe poorest attendance nt "" driving became scar.d nt nn
Allivu at the court hnue '.! mlmi!. I"" ' "" nl nn Iln"' tnir requlie.1 "iui'iie onn ran away The nuto
1000. It is
mil tun .
tost ol not to evi.tii
tvpitlt'l tt -if nctiiil tonsliiiition wn.
toiiinit me as sttn .is plans .an be
piepnrtd .mil a tiinti.it t ht
none nf the offuers weie there at the
Establishment of a tnnnetv and
navis aicompanicti n leather factmy at state penitentiary
rv whit had happened and request- Plate auto taes in
ed that he be locked up. his teqiiest where automobile is used
winning team The trnm cnntnlns
i.ii. 1.. ...... ...... ..v...... .. v ifuiiiiT inctniy at state penitentiary r.:i .i j -..
Tupman climbed the stairs to the!for the ninnnficturo of lrnther prod-' "7 u "?' lM" nnIdJ n' Mhnn"'
county jail and told Jailor Nat Bar- lcts. P l?.' have ehn.en up sidps from among
mo memnprsnip it was also voted
eolinty nt hp meeting thnt the club should'
furnish free cars to nnd from Devil's'
Dpn for thp Bov Scouts and to fur-1
to pay for a special dinnor for the uq dihon y II C Ct.nnell and S. O.
Mavis of Dmant Their liglits hnd
gone hnd and the car without lights
is btlipvp.l to hive bpen what scared
to the dollat. The re-
iiiru conference on v-
' de a failure and this
I "r declines in German
W'irfh says "We nre
'he deathbed of the Gcr
rutther rold pavments
Piyments in kind nre
the impossible as the
nd when that impossibil-
HORSE WD BUGGY STOI E
prom posTorncn yard
en comes social revolu-
points with tho utmost
nv is unable to make
'n the constantly fnll-
'. mark Wirth sPCs a
' of pivments in kind
0 is danger of social
Mr. Davis is the son of W. R. Davis
of Mead. He is a btother of Mrs Jim
Kcitsey of Duiant and of Miss Ella
Davis who is employed nt the Du-
iant postoffice. The whole fnmy
stands well in the community. The
Rowland family also stands high in
their community but the slain min
seems to have been rather wild as
he was only itcently released fmm
jtil wheie hi hnd been placid on t
thai"! of ill tuiliinir tin ponce it In
iii(f?hnig.d tint he went to Dav
iiUsc win ii ni "ilk and inised t di-
tuib'inre Tin te win evei.il oe witness. '
the sh.iotini' unhiding V. A Tupin in
who biouj-ht Davis to town aftei tli
killitit? Mi Tupman when v
vitv.td bv a lcpiesf ntalive of tl
NM-S tolil a stoi v substantnllv a
Tiipm.in hittl 'Iiivui up to tli" init-
m 1 1. oil of oi ni . r'iv in front ff
l.'inu s' b 1'ln i shop and p.ii--d i (r 'I
he was tliivitig In a mom. nt W R
w ilk. il nn mil pie filth" T V
up win n ho and his frith
Dins hid it few word
Expense of common
t ifi-mill levy fm seven month
be met bv the state.
Stop issuance of tn fi.e speiirjties
Plate flour mills and coal mines
under em potation commission same
is cotton gins
That s.hnnl tiansfer law be
tlnngptl si th.it all (hil.lren mn re-
tch o a high school ..Juration without
fm.-in. iallv . mhniiasing the di-trict
fi'iin vilii.h clultli." .up ti in feu.d
Cnmminding Or.liihomn Cotton
f.iuvvii. a'jsi iitn r m.l 'lie Okln
ittiiiif 'iVlUfit Giowei- a-somfion
P'oiif al- wile mud" to tibli.h
- '.niii of co onptiitii
SI ME IIOSPITM. MAY BE
I'.sED FOR NEGRO VETERANS
lerm j.i i. . f .... .
...... .i. -in ii-.M- mi uifir jtriiiitiii nn
1 . . ... . . . . . ...... I....I. ... ..!.. . . .
ramonipnt wnicn starts npxt Jiomliy -...u. ihiiii iinsin h i nr is. iji iicr
The cnmmlttpp lool-inp nffpr this poni-' Veltr.ms Un.l. r Federal Lease
pri'P' Rntarinn' Henry Rpnnptt Rlipr-I
man WHIIims nnd Ollypr Mattison Qniie i Utile flutry of piotpst was
In nd in Ami'iiian legion qimitcrs
rRMERs ARr GUFTS OF 'I" "d nf the wtik whin the press
IIOVs CI UB MOVDW dispai.lu .an ml an it. in to the ef-
I ft it Ihil the Gtivenimtnt vhiih Is
number of Brvin rnnnt v fm i..r- '' " ""' ' ' '"""- "'il'l" i hospital
ind dilrvmen wpre the gne s of Hip f M" "-'" u"4 ! iiifiniK to plnce
T.inns rlub nt the r. crulnr weekly "'111 wl"1 """" "u'1" "tivite men
mpptlnr nnd lun.hpon V-mdiv Out '"'" '"Htilnlinii
-f thp-f.nturps nf thp mppling wpre'. ' '" ' '-' '"" "Pniopilated
.... ... -. .-.. .... .. "iiHIMIU with whl.b to liinlil .1 hns-
of rnri."-' Wli"l "f r"U -"miniimlv who 1wm-.4(Sw
rive iMr cv: t i"-n. " if .;.... rml 'U-.t'.. J r . .iir.i"t was'
dili vine- vhifh 'ipip vrrv Inti'instinc l'"p.nl In Hum Mi. Sliile ml Fed-
WHIITENBURG HOME nMGPr to Hin-- :.''.' r "'l ' '-llllll"i "d i whi h the lat-
BY FIRE MOVDW
mi ike th. m a In an. h
union . thitif .
County nnd city officials are
searching for a hnre and buggy
stolen fiom the business section of
Duiant Situiday nitrht ind attempt-
iln? the nnni ebnnslnn of the thief D tv i
"hincollor Wi'th brought Tlp h'" " -'"C-Py ''' "ie pioper-j Hans mini
p rinlnto r.ut .t. .. tv nf S H S.immoiis nn employee at I'1 W I!
the po-ttofficp and wpip stolen from' i'1""' htisini s ar)( when he sp(kr
the ip-ir of the po office Rnmmnns f Tuiuirin In a moment Rnvvlar 1
snid The thief nnde good his p--'wilUnl nnith on he sturt pi 'i c
t.tpe a no trace of the hor p or hue- 'vhei. the tiud was paiknl. Mr
cry could be ffind by tV officials Tnpnrtn had ml nolutd the appn ii
V horse and buggy .lie renoitpd to of I! 1 md at tint time but hen!
hive been seen iipiV imstrong Sit-'livi i "II. h.i be. n following m
uuhv night about 10 o'clock but no "'' dn i.nd I've got enough of It"
"i- piesent conditions. nt could give i do enptlnn of them. ' Tin n t o si t in inpid urn- i i
llf.r bl.impd Prnmlw lun T""in'l ll'lli.wing to D iV 1
noil i ti uni .111 h mil II wa a i
.. . VI flir. ft... ell... .1.1 I. .......
Feid CuiM his returned from . . . .
fhipngn wh.ie he wn. .ailed by the . . r.f.iflnl n. b. w.n .n .in-
Rowland t' f'Tcd and at the secord
hot he f 11 fllline- to the noi'Miv
ff tlx w ilk Tiisti.e of thp I'd
Mb. i dto K 1 one of the fi'
rnts . ...... .7 . . '"' mi '" inch the wounded mil
.n I fi rlmg his pulse lemnrked ' Jp
.md he vva-' dead when oth."
Fiic of undpfpimlmd orlcio hadlv
1 imaged Mir home of Frrtl Whitterj
' n g on North T'r ivpnue just hp
fnre noon Mond iv The dnpirtnient
i kIp n f .r t run nnd cnnn pyHr"ul h-
d the bli7e The dimngp to tbe
' i isp is pttlnnti d at 7nn with insur-
nee of 'on nnd the furniturp was
'inngfd 0O with insur.incp of
'1 firm. Ac oiding to fiipmen Mip fn.
ems to llnp s'ar'pil in the dining
in fiom in unl nov n piii-p
''if I t'l hit .Hill i. . i.-tln Me Insll-
MKI Mli'lM "rrw CROP Hi'ion f.u a pnimd f IIiiip ami then
IIFnri! THW u: YERs; ' " '' ouliilu Hn .hspatnes prn-
! t il aijninst art thii.r.ne a di-
Utl'ismil iri'.rpst is Oiovn in the
ppcin cron M ! year iccnrdlnt" to in
nnirli irtflved it Mip Mtc Drpirt-
nunf of "rieiillup Cindition" in
OMihomi nnd .l-fwliPio ire con ider-
il to om. fl'pnt in tho weekly re-
snnip of pror .(ndlll.irw i snprl 1. flip
"-in'.. D'oniinicn' of Agriculture In ' tn" i"iitimplilid at tin
i 'nice foi the failure
inference in I.ondnn
' f tho subject of a
is discussed lie de-
V the ch.lrfp nt 'ntn.
tinny was deliberately uch he wn- riding
he values of tho mark- tv foot fmbinkmmt
' a scheme to evade rep- the taxi took the w
- . IT?I ..--. . . "-" ". v..v
Y4 thirt K3 wng merchandise
Ul ""-ynfir market conditions for
RF.IlIiVri) FROM CHICVGO
death of h's In other who was acci-
dent ilh kill. d when a taxi cap in
fell over a tl.lr
T'p duvet of
rong rond not
.knowing tha' it had been closed nnd
the car crashed to tho railroad tracK
t Mi Tiipi i it Md
' id C..n .ni' R. il i
iv at iln 1 ' and I
In d: nfti i iv Mu g
.1 o tint the
d u kd him
M .1 'night
n lentil liovlni' con.lltifn"t in thl"
ir ne.' n of TnH 1 the OMihomi
ri.p Is ' bn" n lo Iip If per pr.it of
tfiimil Tils toiii'.irp" "'Mi "0 ppr
p.nt for J-ilv 1 1r'2l and '.". per
nl for Ijl" 1 l'2n
Inn i "in pi i i
Iti'l'i.stnttitiv. Miiriav Gibbon nf
1 C l.iln miiiiiIv iliniinmn if thp snI-
tln i ' lellif lorn mil tie timing the
ell'llMi si ssinn of the Irgi lili'ic said
that he would piote I .icaui I ue of
Mie hospital f.r anv otln mposp
in million was ntithorirrd bv
flu tiiioi It Jit rt nr nf't i toiiimii-
iiKi'lpg on i tin long di tun i tele-
phom with M'ik"t'te said tint he
old (I i nothing and (hit "if the le
ipniili an inlnunihtialiop waul lo t on-
RTn IVFD FROM TRIP v" "'' hospital iii-.ttnl b Okl i-
M' ind l W G Rir-iott reinrn- hoiiiu i'iiin- as i plire foi iiiiiiilf
i-..irhv frm n six wppk trip th'ir woiindid and ailing -on- ir.to an
vhlch 'on' tbrni as far n Wyoming nsvlun for pecro fnrmi r -ttvlct men
inn ! romnmi'd on their trip xin other f-tnt.' that is tin i imbli-
P Ward of Dillas -t'l .nlminlstiation's polttif nl !i iness
i i ' homr and th. affair hnd he- who foirwtlv liver) herp Thev firstuin'i not mine"
ne a sit ff viiiige scandal hence drove tnni tntiaimma mm n.nnsn
' ln.id.iiis of W. dn. day tome ns th.n to Denver nnd vhltlng nt Colo-
gt. at uipiie to h( pt ople of the rndo Springs for some time. Thy'
up tliii nitr hi aiisi rv.
-ecm- f ni r. nt given the
s thnt th iip t 'nd In i i nl outs
somi time Rowland i said to They
made hinis'lf rlmoion- nbout bv Mr unl Mr
'NED TROM MARKET thiity feet below
"jltnker of Whitakers De-I
"tore returner! Inaf nulr Vnw llint ponrrrpss has refused to
"t where he has been the I let Henry Ford develop Muscle Shoals
let congress go ahead and do tt. The
country won't like a dog-in-the-manger
nppioa.hid Tupman then got out of
his truck the above incidents having
Davis was formerly a farmer but visited Cheyenne Wyoming and re-
he nast two years has been working turned over practically the name route
occurred in less time than the telling f r Mr. Tupman who has a thresher They traveled over 3.000 miles.
of them can be read took Davis gun mil other Interests.
and started with him to Durant for The plain man was formerly a far- One sure way of not getting your
his surrender. The body of tho slain mer and laborer but recently Is said. salary raised li to object to doing
man was taken to the home of rcla-o have had no occupation. more than you are paid for doing.
VISITING IN Di:TO
Mi s Faye Evant left Frulav morn
went through Yellowstone park and w 1r Denton Tixas to visit her
friend Miss Edith Morris member
of the Durant School faculty who Is
nttending the College of Industrial
Arts there. Miss Morris is to be
graduated from the C. I. A. next week
and will also receive her degree at
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Evans, E. M. Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 19, 1922, newspaper, August 19, 1922; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc83272/m1/1/: accessed April 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.