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THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS
FROM LONK OAK
' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wylle visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uaker Sunday.
The dinging at Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Wjrlle's Friday night was well at
'"tended. Out are looking well in this com
munity and u good stand Is reported.
Miss Rennl! Nail Iiiih purchased a
Ray Itaglund who has been In the
Durnnt Hospital it at holm- now.
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Lingo visited
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. llresduurs Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Campbell of Duianl
wus visiting our community Sunday.
Farmers are beginning to prepare
their corn laud.
The cotton acreage is going to he
ut to a large extent in our continu
ally this year.
There wa.t itinglng at Mrs-, Tilin
Ue' Sunday night.
The hobby in our community
eeins to be. "A cow. a how, some
chickens, and a garden."
Mrs. Stella Lee from Madlll has
keen visiting her father and mother
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Laymnnce.
Our school was visited Friday by
Mr. J. T. Wyliu. clerk of the dis
trict, who made us a splendid talk
g the seed of an education. We al
to were pleased to have as a visitor
Mrs. Ilnttle Trimble.. Our school is
planning In the near future to have a
moonlight picnic on the campus.
G. E. Lingo was u business vis
itor in Uurant Saturday.
Miss Itennie Nail, teacher of High
View School, accompanied by her
liters, Eva und Zulu, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. linker attended the
Oeorgu Washington party at High
View Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wylle anil fam
ily visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uaker
Mr. and Mm. J. A. Campbell vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. M. F. lircshears
danco last Friday night, which was
enjoyed by every one who attended.
Miss Zeffie Washburn entertain
ed a host of friends at her home
MIh5 Marguerlt Parham visited
Marie Nixon Saturday night and
Mr. and Mr. Cecil Wright visit
ed Mr. and Alls. Jess Harmon Sat
John Wood was in Durnnt on busi
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Washburn
weio vlsltiiii; homo folks Saturday
night and Sunday.
Air-. Oia Wright and .Marie Nix
on were visiting Alls. Wood Thursday
.Mi-k. .Mann Story Is on the sick list
Alii-s Vliglnla Wood who has been
on the hick list for some time Is
suld to be Improved greatly at this
Several attended the entertain,
meat giwti by Air. Smith Friday
Sunday School was attended by a
large attendance Sunday evening,
Every body Is invited to attend every
1TKMS FROM I'LATTKIl
Jessie Alulllns of Durant was here
Kdward Klllctt In Character Por
traits was heie Saturday night and
a large crowd attended the perfor
mance. Thursday afternoon there were two
ery Interesting games of basket
ball played, the Platter High School
girls and boys vs. Woodville's teams.
I In both games we wero victorious.
The score being 12 to 2 for the girls
and lit to 0 for the boys. Denton
and .May starred for Platter, and
ITK.MH FROM I'AIIK
Mulkey Cariker and Dan Chlsholm
are visiting homo folks this week.
Miss Lena Duty and Jim Tollaway
were married Thursday afternoon.
Both are well known hero and their
anj frlendB wish them happiness
Our furmers sold their cotton
Wednesday, in Bennington. They
lad a number of different buyers
bidding on it, hut sold to a home
Little Syble Morgan, daughter of
Mr. and Mm. John Morgan was
sarloualy burned last week, but, not
JfttAtljr. She had a lighted match in
ler hand when her clothes caught.
Fortunately hor parents were both
ear and reached her before she was
M. M. Stewart has two slclc chil
dren. Froman Evciett was very sick the
yast week, hut, la better now.
Jsko Dobson was In Chccotah on
winesg the first part or the week.
There will bo church Sunday at
Icven o'clock; every body come.
IlMnLfl Wnntlwlltn lllnlfni, ll
played Williamson Friday afternoon
and defeated them 17 to 8.
AIlss Peail Aloseley spent the week,
end at her home in Durant.
Miss rjuraldine Mercer from Dlue
Ribbon spent the week-end with
Mr. and .Mrs. J, AI. Rannals and
family Horn Alison visited friends
Misses Florence Cambron, Geral
dlne and Flosie Mercer, were shop
ping in Durant Saturday.
Iral and Kile Hlanks and Cleo
AIcFarland from Williamson attend
ed Hinging here Sunday night.
A bunch of Platter younger set at
tended a party Friday night at the
home of Air. and Mrs. Mead near
D. S. .May wus In Denison Satur
day on business.
FROM FKKKNY CHAPEL
Prayer meeting wes well attended
Sunday night, by a large crowd.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones gave a
ITKMS FROM 1ILUK
Rert Alitcheeii and Lochle Wal
ters were married February 20.
Hro. Dyke preached an interest
ing sermon Saturday night.
Mr. and Airs. Ellis Rush's two.
week-old baby died Tuesday, Feb
After preaching Saturday night.
Air. Laughlln of Hokchito made an
interesting ilk to the farmers.
Hlue school visited Pirtle Alonday
evening with he Intention of snel.
I ling, but wns disappointed as some
of Plrtle's beat speller w4re absent.
Joe Smith of Hatcher died Sunday
nlgbt of pneumonia. '
Prof. Garner and student of pir
tle. visited Blue school Friday after,
noon and engaged In a game of base
ball, which resulted In a score of
9 to 4 in favor of Blue.
Beatrice Brady, the 'len.year old
daughter of Air. and Airs, J, A. Brady,
died February 22 after a 'short ill
ness. ' i
Airs. Sawyer of Idabel was a tlsl
tor of Airs. J. H. Bugg Monday afternoon,
AII.s Vlrgie Clark of Boswell vis
ited her cousin, AIlss Nellie Powell
.Miss .Minnie Ingle was at Sopei
this week-end with home folks.
Airs. Ed Tuell of Hartshorn visit
ed Mr. Rupert Tuell's family over
Sunday. Mrs TiipII la ....,. c...
day School worker and made a nice
lam m me m. a. sunaay school,
Airs. Will Shpltnn vl.li.a I . I
- ; - .wm .wncu mum
folks In Durant Monday.
aiissuB htepnenson and Cornelius
were linen vlalinm Qiin.,l.,. ......
The Civic Club Is moving ilWit
along. Lost Friday night they
Planned n tilav frrnunrl nt..a i
garden on a vacant lot In the heaiti
of the city. This will serve a pur
pose to beautify the spot and give
heartful lecreatlon for children.
The Parent Teacher's Association
are planning to have an all day tree
planting at the school house Friday.
The ladles will furnlhh the dinner
while the men and boys do the work.
Air. and Mrs. W. 11. Attnway were
In Durant two days last week shop
ping, AIlss Mildred Allen Is at home after
having undergone an operation fori
appendicitis In Oklahoma City. She
is gaining rapidly and will soon be
at wotk. I
Air. and Alls. Edgel Davis of Tis
homingo spent Satuiday and Sunday
with parents. Air. and Airs. John
AIlss Mlnnabell Colbert of Tlsho.
lnlngo who has been visiting her
giandpurents, Air. und Mis John
Davis, returned to her home Thurs
day. Airs. O. W. Smith va chopping
in Duinnt Saturday.
Air. and Airs. Fritz Slttel of Alc
Alester visited in Kenefkk Tuesday
Charlie Wells was in Kenefick
Air. and Airs. Jim Bagwell were in
Durant Sunday visiting friends.
H. J. Brown has gone to Kansas
AthisiEster Weaver spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents In Wil
Alls. George Mills was shopping
In Durant Saturday.
Airs. John L. .Morris spent Friday
In Caney. Oklahoma, visiting Airs.
AIlss Obera Bell was shopping
l.. Ii,f .tit TifpsrtnV.
Airs. R. P. Dickey of Durant spent
.Monday in Kenefick.
Mr. and Airs. Jim Bagwell spent
Sunday in Durant with Air. und Alts.
R. 1. Dickey.
ITKMS FRO.M MKAI
Clinton Bloodwoith of Idabel is
vMtlng here this week.
Mr. Davis of Wilson. Okln., was
a business visitor here Alonday.
Air. Station was a business visitor
In Oklahoma City the week-end.
AIlss Thelma Davis of Durant vis
ited here Saturday.
Alls Anna Rena .Murphy visited
home folks In Kingston the week
end. . , .
C. S. Ames of Kingfisher, Oklaho.
ma was a business visitor here Tues
day. Jimmy Grady of Sherman was n
social Wsitor heie Sunday.
The World Of Today
Appreciate men like, Vanderbilt, Schwab
Rockefeller, Morgan men who started at
the Bottom of the Ladder and fought to
the Peak of Success.
THEY STARTED BY THRIFT.
Why not follow in their
tracks it is a proven fact
that economy is the founda
tion of Success, in Business
THE BAMK THAT
I FRIENDLY SERVICE BUILT
Quality and Price in
When we enter the Grocery Store to make our daily
purchases, we are confronted with the following
thoughts: What am I buying; will the quality be
what it ought, and will the price be right?
People who have traded with us for years, are our
best advertisers they know that here the QUALITY
IS SUPERB and the PRICE IS CORRECT that is
why they trade with us and will continue to.
JOIN THE THRONG OF THRIFT PEOPLE that
PAY CASH. Many buy from us daily and are so
well pleased that they bring us new customers with
them. Our prices are so reasonable that's why we
have so many satisfied customers. Try us with your
next order and see what your DOLLAR WILL DO.
Cash Flour & Feed Co.
Tom Allen, Mgr.
30-32 W. Main Telephone 26
The Month Of March-
Brings new opportunities to our customers to
practice Economy in this Spring's buying. There has
just been added to many of our Seasonable Lines beau
tiful new styles, not as yet seen this Season and the
values are further evidence of this Stores ability to ad
just itself to the new conditions.
-Now is a splendid opportunity for new customers
as well as the old, to test our values and economise on
Spring Merchandise of Quality.
Silks New And Lovely For Frocks
Our shelves are jammed with the new
things in Silk Fabrics, staple Solid Col
ors, Fancy Plaids and Stripes A kind to
please the most particular purchaser.
Prices are 98c up to $35
Freh Showing Of Neckwear
The accessory is just as essential to the good appearance of a garment as the quaU
ity of the fabric itself. This Section will draw your attention, because all the New
Laces, Collars, Cuffs, etc., are now ready for your inspection.
Staples Are Marked Low
Yard wide Bleached Domestic 12 l-2c
Red Seal Ginghams, per yard only gc
Yard Wide Percales at only 19c
Yard wide Hope Domestic, at only . ... 17 l-2c
One big lot good Curtain Nets and Scrims, at only 19c
Ladies' Spring weight Knit Underwear at very special prices.
Special Values In Ladies' Silk Dresses
1 Ea. -.,! n
Taffeta Dresses in colorsof Brown, Gray, Navy and Black.
Priced at $14JS5 to $29.50.
Satin Dresses, new Spring Modes, colors to please.
Priced at $19,50 to $49J50.
Suits with Box Coats, Ripple Tail of Straight Line Tail
ored Models, French Serge, Poiret Twill and Tricotines are
Fabrics that you'll find in this gorgeous stock,
Priced at $24.50 to $69J50.
Don't fail to see these fine Georget'e Blouses, on sale at
Nobby Styles In Oxfords
Voguish Walking Oxfords, trim and comfortable, can be
had in Black or several of the popular Browns and Tan
It pays you to get QUALITY FOOTWEAR, that will stand plenty of
hard Service, always looking well. A new supply of high Foot Wear has
come in, making this the opportune, time to fill these wants. Walking
Oxfords with Straps, two Eylet Ties and staple Oxfords Priced at
Shop Here And Be Pleased
.Tnfitt tYalffiA .m m.
Itor hero Sunday. vm,er't4'i
J. E. Williams of nB.. ,
business visitor here Moa? '
Ben ScroEiInn f c7ia'.
the bedside of Miss n. ""
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n. u. uiihs, Joe Goss i.i 1
E. A TlusTek wnn,.0?n H
day u aoi
Mrs. M. K. Slagle wag s 1
MMd Pit- .l
..no. mm uon and hmi,
Soper, are visiting her mh!
nn.l Mm B A t.T-.-.. ''WB
Mrs. Edd Cheny Is still tiA
Thorn lwnu n !.. . mk". I
Satnurday night and severil
.. . "cm urn
a - lery, B00d BUwu1
OUUUU OUIIUUI DUnU&V
rri.nA ....... .- 1.
Sunday afternoon whene a njl
anneared nnri hit eiskt "
HnirR hefnr tin wnn in.n .M
Prayer meeting was condirt
o p Pnrih finnri.. ,"rr,cl
. .. --...,, uigni.
AUTO TO TRADE for finTJ
Chandler Chummy, practiadhJ
as new and looks new. R.j
FKKI) AD SKKD
ANY AMOUNT of baled k.T"
Elliott, care First State Bii,l
COItN FOR SALE: located l-jl
wusi ano 1 nine snutii of wad 1
1 It? n. i.i ,., . . "uNi
4, . AUUII, WflUB, UHla.
TOO MANY FARMS. 1 haveiJ
farms and want to turn the
money. Aiiynody wanting latii
uarRnln can net It from m. Jot
rhllllpx. I'hone 7.3U.
MOTOIt: One half-horse Klmbil
able speed motor, with frtitiniJ
pulley. In perfect condition. Will
any jobber up to 12x18. Prial
uurant weekly News, Durut,!
MACHINERY: One Omaha siu
folder, with Insert board allowlt
foldlnc of either four, elehtt
twelve newspaper pages. In tool
dition but needs a few renal
placed by larger outfit. Jul
thine for country newsDaner of J
pages. Price $100.00 deliver!
cars at Durant. Durant Weekly!
FOfl SALE Service, nothlm I
larcc or too Hmall tn rpro i
ful attention. Citv Transfer!
storage Co.. phone 64, for toort
long distance Hauling.
CLEitKS, (men. women) 111
Postal .Mail Service. $125 i
Experience unnecessary. For
particulars of examinations, ml
Terry (former Civil Senice 1
iner) 1061 Contlm-ntal Uldg.,
ington, I). C.
MATTRKSSHS renovated made H
new, I'lione 7 OS, Durant Mattreul
chi:ai lumiikr At i,50, :ttl
$2.50 per hundred feet. R. 0.
four and one-half miles southiK
Plater, has good dry Cottonwootl
ber for sale at $1.50, $2 00 anal
uer hundred feet. Must close i
once. N. T. McAllster.
KOH SALK OR TRAUi:-60 I
hot water tank. Just the tMni
barber shop, restaurant or hotel. !
trade for 30 Kallon tank
Glafcke, care News or phone llfl
REGISTERED HOGS On Safl
March 5, 1921, I will sell to lh,J
bidder, 0 head of fine Polana i
Hobs, at 2 P. M. on the Market
in Durant. Lee Davis, Ovtner, I
WHITE LEGHORN eggs fr l
prices $1.00, $1.25 and $150 I'l
ting of 15 depending upon tr.il
Special prices on hundred Iota
lips Farm, South of Durant,
EGGS: for Setting. White U(m
$1.00 for 15. See Mrs. J. K.
Route 2 Box 119, Durant
fiRNItlME! mtpi? TffhnrnS.
laying strain. Eggs 15 for 14
30 for 12.60; 60 for S4.dv.
Alvah Malcome, Calera, OXH-'
N. B. McCLVRB
DAILY AUTO SERVICE
Bennington and Dva&k
Durant Phones 359 ana
Bt) bSiu uaap Xnq o; Pla
DO YOU FEEL BAD?
Then take TUELL'S l"!
TONIC and iret rid of that A
feeling. At all druggists.
TUELL MEDICINE $