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Items inkon fri)in thi D.ir.mt
News of Octnlior 2 to 4th Iftil".
Burnt! of Tiustit'H nf ('Immliei- of
D. Head, I'reit; A. I.. Sewninci',
Vice-Pros; T. I.. Cox.
T. R. Landers. M K.
, F. Illnei. J. ('. linden,
Smith, iiml Jo oph S
('. II. Il.inlln
.flci Mini) I .!.
Should no unlor.o'i'ii oImIiikiIom
arise In th mm h-wwd pith of
Statehood, tin- foriv-sixlh st.-u will
be cmlilnroncd on the nations flui;
before thi middle of Oitutict.
On October eighth Chief Justice
Durfonl. of the Oklahoma Supreme
court, JudKe V. H. II. Cl.iMoii. sen
lor JudRe of Indian Terrltoij, nnd
Secretary CharltM Fllon, of Oklaho
ma, will meet at (Jut brie as a re
turning hoard to rantass the m turns
from the ote on the Constitution,
lllovv to Republicans .
The blow that almost killed father
occurred in the new State of Okla
homa last week when the Demo
crats went to the polls and rolled
up a majority for the grand old party
that would startle the. natives and
put the man with the big stick to
pawing the dust. The people voted
t"or the Constitution by one hundred
thousand majority, 40,000 for State
wide prohibition, and 30,000 for gov
ernor the work of the Democrats and
The old Confederates, daughteis
and sons, will render the following
program in honor of Mrs. n. W. Car
ter, mother of Chas D. Caiter, and
Oen. Pleasant Porter,, Thursday
evening at Methdlst church.
Prayer, by Hev. Stubhlefield.
Introductory, by Mrs. Lewis Paul
Jin. Address, by Hon. W. A. Durant.
Address, by Hon. C. C. Hatchctt.
Prayer, by Hev. J. A. Paiks.
Sherman, Texas., Oct. 2. The en
gineering force of the Missouri, Ok
lahoma & Gulf railroad is imilill?
Ing at Muskogee to begin work at
once on the establishment of peima
nent lines foi an extension Into
Texas. A number of preliminary
lines have alieudy been mn, hut the
work, now that the movement has
been financed, will be of n definite
ThlB evening nt 2:4.". o'clock oc
curred the wedding of .Mi. c. C.
Davis, of Seymour. Texas, to Miss
Julia Cabler at tho home of tho
YOU HAVE YOUR HAT: YOU WILL
THEN NEED SOME SLIPPERS, A SUIT
OR A DRESS. THESE THINGS YOU
WILL FIND WITH
CHEDESTER & BLAKE
Chic New Slippers For Spring
Srd8i1SBtrow?rBlackone8traP PumP with Louis
and Military Heels Slippers for the Baby, sister or Mother. 300
pairs on the table at greatly reduced prices. These consist of
many special bargains that will interest you greatly.
Beautiful Spring Wear
206 WEST MAIN
'jride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Q.
'abler, corner of Third avenue and
Aik insa- streets. The ceremony was
.terfoimed hy Hev, J. A, Park in u
most Impulsive manner.
Mr. Will PeteiH, an nichltcct from
tloiham, Texn.:, who has been over
tew lililill'ig on the plans for tin1 new
'hi Mian (hunh, left for his homo
in the noon train.
Wl 1 llledxoe and family of UVin
rl Texas came In estiMil.iy it nil
will make Dur'iit theli futitle home.
Mr. Illeiloe Is a son of N. S. llled
soe, who Is on the ltv police fill re.
.Ml, John Spell, who was hint by
being strut k iMterday b a ho tar.
Is repotted as suffering sevetely this
mottling. It is feu eil tht't his inju
its jne ttoisu than was at first sup
Kev. .las A. Williams left for Shei
iian. Texas, this morning to attend
i meeting of the boartl of trusteis
for Austin College. He will teturn
Miss Dorothy Rootling, nft-r vis
iting her sister, Kthel who Is attend
ing the Cailtou College of Ilonham,
if turned home last, evening.
I'p After ill) IIhjs
Walter Carter, tho typographical
mist who was Injured about a
month ago at Denlson In a Frisco
wieck, was able to hobble down
town yesterday for the first time. In
addition to having several fractured
rlhs his hack gives him more trouble
than anything else.
MIST IIAHX. NO INHl'KANt'K
H. D. Karnest, who lives four
miles south of town, had tho mls
f oi tune Saturday night to lose his
barn and all contents by a fire, the
origin of which Is a mystery. There
was no Insurance either on the
building or contents. Included in
the loss was all his harness, and
feed, together with a lot of corn
and other grain, and all his seed.
The family had Just retired for the
night, about 8:30 o'clock, when Mr.
Earnest heard the dogs barking and
directly was attracted by the light,
when the barn was a mass of flames.
GOMPKHH WOULD NAMK
A CAMXET OFFICIAL
The American Federation of La
bor hns officially requested that
Prusldcnt-Klect Harding appoint as
one member of his cabinet some man
who is in sympathy with organized
labor and who Is an out and out
labor man. The Federation did not
undeitake to name the Individual
.MOTOIt CAK HEAD (Jl'lll'V
William S. I.lvi'Snv nt It illnu I,, .o.l
or the Little Motor Kar Company I
of Dallas, has been found guilty of
using the mails to tlefiaud and
sentenced to five years in the fedor-i
al penitentiary at Leavenworth.1
Kansas. It is alleged that ho used ,
the malls fraudently In promoting
the organization of his company.
The new Springtime Dresses in
Taffetas, Crepe, etc., have all the
chic and freshness of the Eas
ter Season and are very moder
No more exquisite material can
be found than that existing in the
new G. & B. Suits. The mas
terly precission of Tailoring
Beautiful Silk Linings, are all
in a class to themselves in distinctiveness.
The new Georgette Blouses are particularly Dreams of Loveli
ness, to be had in Navy, White, Tangerine, and Biege.
If you fail to see these beautiful displays, you will certainly
Add to all these a new Canteen Bag a few fussy decorations
of Silk Underwear, not forgetting the Fancy Silk Ribbon and
Hosiery You are ready to go to Sunday School.
1 1. ti is ot' etwi: or i.i, kinks on
1 iioim:i io hi n i i1 hi wntt.
I inih. iiiiiii -si:m:n dimhii i:
hulk." Mmtli will convene l)N'il(i
I'mirl hi re nti Mnniliv, Man Ii Keviniv.
fin In u a In ivv ilni ki t nf nil klm'rt nf
tasis, Iik IihIIiik tlilrtv-en n iIImiii"
iin s anil m-vmi mtiiilit or iimnslaut'li
let i .ihi s
Tli iiI'MiIhk il i Mom! i, .March 7
will In- ittriluniil of defendantx In nil
iiltiiln.il ui"ii, notion" tietiittrr, is
i to llie initit will also not In tin
ninth r nf tin- petition nf Vosel 17
km It, ktmwn .is Joe Kelgel fur ortl
fli.iie of nntmullzallon
Follow In re a list of cases on tlie
t'lll lihone a n it Crltiiln.tl tloi ket
ItlMIIK I: CtKN
Mnndll. Vlureh, 14, lUUI.
Iiotte llroki shonldtr vs1 uteill.ili
S.im A. .MliiK'i. s .Nettle Mingo
Ailille .M. Coffey h J. I: Coffe.
Ilthel Tat llln s I. i: Tatuin
i'atty II Ininaii n John C Inmuti
Mary Moore h (leorge Muore.
Osa llulley s U II Ualley.
Neailer llulley . WIlllBm- Hulle
1'earl Ncal n Itoston Neat.
II. It. Cheek h. Lizzie Cheek,
l.ols Davlitnon s Jessie Davidson
Kdna Hrlssoin n 11 II. Urlsnom
Myrtle I)als vs J. K. DuvIb.
Clara Hewitt h Warren Hewitt.
Tnraday, Morrh IB.
Telia Miles s Claude D. Miles.
Uertlm llltiertl s drum Die Hlbenl
Hettle: H. Mclntre s. C. C. Mcin-
Carrie Harrison s Hubert Harrison
Mary K. .Spencer mi. Herbert 11
Kffle llrantley vs. Klzle Hrantly.
SUla Ilruwn s Archie Ilrown
Orace I'Ikk s Iltister I'lgir.
I.ola Anderson s J. K Anderson
Frances Mendenliall s Albert Men-
I, L Dullard h Kula Mue Rullanl
Llllle l'eurl III own CJroNer Cleve
Wrdnrxdu, Mtirrh III, IHUI.
Kthel Anders S (! Anders
Martha Taylor s I; S Taylor.
Hazel C. SniliiT Ira M. Smlzer.
J I'. Itlley vs Ilessle Itlley.
A II Defer s llulali liefer.
Vina i:illnt.-toii vh J. I. Islington
I!is"le Askew s Dan Askew.
I.lz?li I uiiifiril h Aleok litinfoid
II I'. .Illis vs Cussle Jilts
M.iKKle I' r.iltner vs (ieorKe A
119 N. Third Phone 188
, .M.ttidie Wells vs K V. Wells
I 'liindny. Miirrh UK, 101.
.Mr' Inllll.ili Montgomery vs Kris-
ii Id.livnv i'ii.
. .- Tnwiispiul vs 1 It.irrett.
I II l.luk vh Inirunt Milling Co
l,,i. Itirnetl vs .Mi nil nits Life In-' Hdd Viinen vs lllinnis imiiki r i
, ,, . Co. AssiKlalliin
l.,.iin Wilson vi W. V lilllv. et ill' Crldn. irll I. IIWI.
rite et .,1. vs Dick Colbert. , W. C llnglmd .. Son vs Andro
' .1.. iIiooiiih v II 1 lklinetl. K.ilaltr.ikls 1 1 al
.1 m.s V 1)1. ke. .1 ul, vs Jus II M Coldlt.ti vs .1. M Mel'lul
Vti t Is ill sun
.V I' lllaikwill vs I It fiiniv. DiiimiiI .Viitloiul Hank vs M M
I S i. f iMliiliiiiin. i tl vs llo- Malum .1 Co tt nl.
I. it I. .-onion .1 ul -Mm I I.' lb i V.it vs tl.ottl.ms
I llii lillslill.g VS .lulill ClIHS 'V SlUIS
1 I.i.siJo. Mimli tli. I VliiitiiiiHoti -Mii'.ii I'limimiiv l,d
I I II Smith, it al. vs V. . M .Mas-1 Love
i M WIIfoii vs Ciiii'.Iih ii'.iI lilti
I' ,111(1 inv
T II Hiituess vs tl v'. HinleN
Suiilli. in 1'iodtii Is Co vs W 1". Hell
I I. I' leffrevs vs St, Louis and Sin
I' am Is. o Itv. '(
I rt iMineiK vs v . .i 1.011U
1'ltst State Hank, A li-sw urth vh I.
II Klnn el al
I' C ll.vlton vs llr.in County Oil
Capital Life Insurance Co VH C. It
Urdnriln, Mnrrh !IO.
J. II Ci.He vs Ii. J. McNeill.
C 1 1 Sanders vh Clt of Durant.
First .National Hunk Durant vs J,
Winfield Siott, et al.
J. It Harrison vs It. II. Ausley.
S K Allen vs Francis Mendenliull,
II C. Ilumlltou vs Harold M Phil
lips, et ul
J. 1 Jenkins, vh J. II Laughlln
W. II. Hooker. Trustee vh John
I'alaclne Oil Co vh T. II. Womuck.
II. :. KuHtrldge vs. A J. I'age
Thuradny, Mnrrh III.
Ada Milling Company vs L C. Col
bert. Frames Mendenliall vs I'lnkney
Frances Mendenhall vs I'rodus Wil
son John Wllkerson v Charlie Ken
nedy, et ul.
Just Think Of It! i
We've been selling "BELLE OF OKLAHOMA"
Soft Wheat Flour continuously for over two months
and we haven't had a SINGLE KICK.
CAN YOU BEAT IT
No you can't.
Every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction it
cannot give anything else.
Purchase just one sack as a trial with your next
order bake a pan of biscuits they'll be the best you
Still Selling at per hundred $5.00
It's the Highest Patent Soft Wheat Flour obtain
able, made from fine Missouri Wheat.
GEO. BOSTON & SONS
130 West Main Phone 143
IS DESIRED BY ALL BUT IS AT
TAINED ONLY BY A FEW."
Those "Few" understood that to succeed they
would have to SAVE, SAVE, SAVE which they did.
They used their savings to the best possible advan
tage. YOUNG MAN
Why not begin your career NOW. Don't wait until
tomorrow ACT NOW. Save your earnings, Study
hard, Think right, Eat three square meals a day and
INCREASE THE NUMBER OF
THE "FEW" WHO SUCCEED BY
ONE MORE YOURSELF.
4 per cent
JAS. R. McKlNNEY, President,
W. C. SLAUGHTER, Vice-President,
M. W. FITZGERALD, Cashier,
J. E. MeKINNEY, Ass't'Cishler.
GAUN H. McKINNET, Aiu't Cmsmier,
John Wllkerson vs. J. II. Cross.
Jesse M. Hatchett vs. Alice Pierce,
et a I.
II II. Loden vh N. C. Anderson.
I'll it S.ti'e llilik Durunt VH C. H
l.nfllH et 111.
I . W. lueks.m vs .mn Aiex.wi . r.
i t t.l
IIilw.inl A ,s!m'w vs. fireiti Tliomii-
s ill et ul
Cin'l Willis, -t ul vs T. A. Kenned
Hull Hutl.-r vs It I). Shull, et al.
Vliindll), rll 4. Ill-' I.
.1. W. C llarwood vs Joe Clifton
llule-llnlsell Coininn VH Clias C
Si llllff. relelvtr.
A. It Jones vh II L. Iledninn.
Holmes Colbert vs Joe (Iraliani.
.M L ijoodlng vs lleorge V. Car
rlmlmil Ciihf, Mondny irll II.
Warner II IMwardH, murder.
Julian Flood, pandering.
F. W. Hurks grand larceny.
Lau I'rultt. grand larceny.
luedo, April IS. IBSI.
Ollie .Madding, assault with Intent
Lewis Vinson, harboring fugitive
Ldward Mintz, rape In second de
giee. W. M Jackson, luneny of an auto
mobile Wednesday, tprll f.U I9VI.
Herbert Codsey, spreadlnx nn In
fer llous disease
James Otis Snow, burglary In sec
Charley Clnborn, robbery In first de
gree (iiant Johnson, cruelty to annlmali
Thuraduy, April 14, IKM
.Mattle .Miti hell, manslaughter.
FRIDAY, MARCH ul
C. Cavender, disposing ,
Kneed property. ' i
J. C Oosden, assault with t
on, uuiucni, axnuuit With I.. 1
Vster Hay and llabe Durail,
ulary sttond deuree. '
FrldiiT. Anrll l-. ,.
I! It. McAllster. 1, Sml,,, ' ,
j n mm ii in mmi uniting hut 1 L
ileitn e. l" I
i. it. ..
.Mini-iui iiuumun urOWn, miiM
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....... ........,, mm, j, c p
and It. II. tlrecn, liuri.-lary
KlnU lltirton and rijde Olov.J.
islarv In the second dnir. '
llerl fox. assault with Intent tji
"'"") iru in, iiii
Atihtir Ward, tarcen of Jo
an una i.
.1. v Dillieek. eniliezzlem...
. .. "'nil,
Kssle Favors, inunslutiKliier la i
Alhert Mendenliall and Arthur rj
Ittpy Wllleford and Vele
lorn, iinrKiury in second der
Tumdoi. turll in.
.1. W. Tennlson, emliezilement.
.1. W. Tennlson, embezzlement.
.1. W. Tennlson, embezzlement!
I'earl Ijiuderilnle, et al, cotti
I'earl I.Hiiderdule, et al , cot
Willie Christian, grand larceny
John Illshon. murder.
I 'at J. Demniey. child i..n..
Oscar Coffey, larceny of Mvt ,ltt
I) U. Kendrlcks, grand larceny
Jim deter, larceny of an autoraoK
i.UKur nuKnes, el nl, adultery.
HELD SKHVKEH IN JAIL
Sunday afternoon a large nnnJ
oi young ioiks oi ine uaptlst b
day School at Caddo, came tm
county sflat and hd'd servlceii
me county jaw. ineir pastor a
cred a sermonette to the prlsca
Popular and Classical
Phone 790 117 N. Thi
We have on display;
fine line of Fishing Tackltl
and invite you to take a look!
Everything from simplil
Hooks to the finest Reelil
made. Prices are right.
DURANT BOOK STORE
204 W. Main Phone I
If you arc an unfottunate. al
flictcd with that dicaded com
plaint. Piles, In any of in
forms, to bo restored to your us
ual good health, you no doubt (eel
that, your only salvation, Is
operation. Do not be too hasty
In making this move. The Whit
ney Treatment for Piles, a ne
remedy, easy to apply and won
derful in its results. Sold undei
a guarantee. Ask Svtinney ct
Corner Drug Store, Druggists, ol
Durunt to show and explain.
Kuturdiiy, March Stti
The first episode of the thrillU
Itomantlc Mystery Serial
nriM'T miss it
Also a Neal Hart or A Tom Mttl
Monria) unU Tuesday March T-
"THE LIFE OF THE PAKTV"
Tho best comedy drama he ever m1
And a Clyde Cook 2 reel corned! I
Wrdnphday, March Oth
A JACK LONDON SPECIAL
"THE KTAIt ROVEIt"
And a 2 reel Fox Sunshine Comedll
Thursday, March 10th
"THE LAW OF THE YUKOV
And a Two Reel Mermaid CoroeUl
Friday, Murch 11th
And the Great Jungle Serial
"SON OF TARTAN"