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THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS
FROM FRKENY CHAPEL
Tho heavy rain which has been
felling for the past week was very
aaeonvenlent (or our (armors, as
very one wants to get thtough
' Several around here have corn up
lat are a little scaicil this morn.
In, afraid of "Jnck Erot
ta school Friday a week ago and
played hall a while; having a nice
Mrs. Watts and Miss Day made
a trip to Dm ant Saturday.
Thr. bud weather Sunday and Sun. ! day.
Claik and Johnson Kr.iuse were
limitless visitors In Sherman Satui
day Right pieveiited us from having
Banduy School or prair meeting.
Several of our ball phi.vurs went to
Banty Sunday evening to play hall,
feat tbe rnln Sunday knocked them
at 'lroin plavlng.
Ml. and Mis. Jew Harmon enter
taiued novel a I of our yjiurig folks
Saturday night, every one seemed to
knvtu splendid time.
Homer Moran visited his sister,
Mrs. Odell of Franklyn community
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mashburn left
Sunday for Chelsia, Oklu., wheie they
zpect to mako their future home.
A bunch of the young folks enjoy
ed a fishing Hip down on Doggy last
Singing last, Thursday nigh at
Mr. II. F. Nlxnns' was attended by
a large croud.
Our school at liuffalo will render
program next Friday night at tho
aehool house. Kveiy one li Invited
We have changed our singing fiom
Thursday night to Sntuiduy night.
The next one will be at Mr. Wallace
Webber's south of Currl'tith school
Mrs. Ota Wright and mn. Floyd
Wright visited Mrs. II. T. Nixon
Marie Nixon and Oia Wright weie
visiting In I'litrhaid Friday ufter
aoon. Franklyn School a nearby com
munity school played hall Friday
riming with I'rltrhard nnd defeated
lheni by several scores. Franklyn
AM muo splendid playing.
Hiss Ella Uladdcu who has been
visiting in Cisco, Texas for Mime
time has arrived home.
Hubbard Hucou is spoiling a din
Seared face this week as a result, of
Hading on the wiong bide of a cai
when it turned oer, with himself
sad Milton Dane.
Mrs. L. M. Davidson and childien
f Dcedemonn, Texas have arrived to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mis. T. V.
audita for a while.
lids Sadie Hello Gooding inter
tabled her Sunday School Class with
aa Easter Egg Hunt Sunday aftor
atD. and despite the unusually (lis.
airrublc weather, all repmt a most
lifts Thclma Johnson is spending
the week with Mrs. 1.. W. Diffy ju-t
aorth of town.
Urn. II. II. Ai ledge or Crockett.
Texas who has beon visiting her sister
Mrs. A. A. Aldrith has returned
to her home.
Blllie I'arkey of Deuisim Is visiting
friends and relatives heie this week.
Sir?. Edd Potts and daughter,
with Mrs. M. E. Melralf anil daughter
Ml Leila Hampton stopped to visit
selalWw.j In Colbert Tuesday nioin
Sng, pioreedliu to Denlsnu In the
after ni(on on a shopping tour,
.'-!r and Mis. .1, II. Polls who have
ecu spending the winter in Corpus
Cnri'Ul, Ttxas have reliiriu-d home.
C. II. Ureen of Dcnlioii u:is a Col
tert visitor this week.
Mi: and Mis. Albert Mason of Dii-
Tj.nr tinl Sunday with the home
Rev. J. L. Uruwii filled bis uvular
appointment ut the Methodist Chinch
Sorjifnr. only a few hi lived the dls-
atfceahle weather to attend the ser
ITEMS FROM l'KITil.lll
On nruount of the bad weather,
theft! was no Sund ly Si hool last Sun-
Ruby L. IV.itco rpent Fildny and
Saturday with hei sislm, Mrs. I.utt
l'..tnklln and I'litchird si hool
fc played n g.-'ii.o of baseball on
tie local diamoiid last Kihlay iift'i.
aeon, the scores were 111 to 23 in
Se.Ttinl peuple of I his eoniuiunily
attended the Kuier I'uigram at
JSanty Filday night.
Mr, .Mid Alls. Jala Thompson wete
fit Bokchito S.iliiid.iv.
Ueimul or ll.e iliilUiiti', ol this
xntamunily atte'ided the -pe.iklig at
urant S.ilurdi on the h'.uuiei.i
J H. North is on lie Mel, list
JUt Hosle Mllrl.ell spoilt the lat
ter fart or the we -It with h ime tolk
SVi'N. A. ilerdiln will pie-ieh at
lie school hiia.ie :iiud ly miMiiiiig.
Every body Is Invited to attend.
S. W. Ullison Is numbeied with the
sick II I this week.
A mil 'her from heie uttended the
sinking at llrown Sunday.
The little kiddies enjoved an egg
bunt heie Sunday afternoon In spite
of the cold weathei.
Miss Sophia young visited home
folks at Itobeita the week-end
Utile MNs Willie Post who is at
tending school In Aidmoie visited
her giandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd
I.ove, Sr.. here the week-end.
.Misses Mettle Lou, Oietha and
Clara Thompson who is attending
school In Arilniote lilted home
folks heie the week-end.
Mr. Merry and Haiin Station
trans.ii ted business in Durant Sat
.Mr. and Mis ('live Templeton vis.
iled relative! in Durant the week
Little Miss Alice ttoberts Is on tbe
slek list this week.
Jack Tletce wus a business vis
itor in Duiant Monday.
Miss Florence Hales visited f I lends
in Ayleswoilh Sunday.
Miss Loiinle Itlehie viclted home
folks in Madill Saturday.
Hov Creswell was a business vis
itor in Duiant Saturday.
Miss Huth Itlehie of Mannsvlllc
visited relatives here Saturday und
Mr. Key of Oklahoma City was
tinnsacting business here the first of
This cold wind makes a fellow look
foi his coat and wonder about good
old summer time.
Miss Anna Ilena Murphy visited
home folks in Kingston Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott visited rela
tives In Aylesworth Sunday.
Kdd Love, Sr., was n business vis
itor In Durant Tuesday.
John McAllster transacted busi
ness in Duiant Monday.
Itev. Kcene of Monham, Texas will
fill his appointment here Saturday
night, Sunday nnd Sunday night.
John llnlnes of Calera was In our
Little Alice Fan is happened to a
painful arcidenl Friday afternoon ut
school when one of the boys threw
a rock and struck her on the head.
She is doing nicely at this writing.
John Duckin of Denlson was here
Romemhcr Suday School every
Sunday nt 10 o'clock. Come next
Sunday and bilng sone one with you.
Dr. Dirkerson of Aylesworth was
a business visitor here Tuesday.
Jim Tate of Sherman was a busi
ness visitor here Saturday.
Tucker, went to Drown Sunday to
the all day singing.
Quite a number of Fort Washita
people were disappointed Sunday
on account of missing the fine sing
ing at lit own.
Theie was not any singing and
Sunday School Sunday on account
of the rain fall.
A biaiich of the Oklahoma Cot
ton Cioui-.-s Association was organi
7ed at Stur Friday night with sever
Mr, and Mis. Cmtls Lewis of
TNhoinltigo were the guests of Mr.
and Mis. Hint Davis Saturday night
This community was visited by a
killing fiost last night. March 28.
killing garden ti neks, such es beans,
iilsh potatoes and other young vege
tables that wasn't protected from
lltO.M I.O.VK OAK .
J. A. W.vlle has leturned from
Houston. Texas where he has been in
the At my hospital.
Oats aie looking tine nnd not
much lUmuge Is being done by the
Then- Is some romplalnt of the
black birds damaging the corn that
is coming up,
Mrs. Haiti" Trimble visited our
A veiy small crowd attended the
Mrs. IIiowii is very sick at this
Cbailes Lavmance was able to
leave the hospital Satin day.
O. K. Lingo made a business trip
to Duiant Satiiiday.
The singing at Mr. Trimble's Sun
day night was rained out.
M. F. Mreshcar was in Durant
J. T. Wylle made n business trip
to Duiant Saturday.
Ralph Shaw teport.s that the black
birds have luined ten acres of his
J. T. Wylle lost n fine cow last
J. A. Campbell motored to Durant
Mis. Joe Sawyer was shopping In
Miss Itennie Nail motored to Du
Miss Minnie McDonald wan visit
ing her sister Mrs. Iiene Roberts
dltlon but needs a few repairs. Re-1 Bonding and- Injurance Company,
i.liiced by larger outfit. Just the Accident, and Health Department.
ihlntt for country newspaper of eight Saginaw, Michigan, Capital $1,500,
pages Price $100 00 delivered on 000. 12wa2
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MATTKKSSUS rynovutod made good at ,
new. Phone 709, Durant Mattress Fac.
FRIDAY, APRIL l.ia,.1
fOU SAMS OH TIIAHi: HO gallon
hot water tank, .lust the thing for
luilur shop, restaurant or hotel, Will
trade fr 30 gallon tank. Fred
lUrcke. care News or phone 511.
vntlNO MEN. women, over 17, (or
Postal Mall Service. $120 month.
Examinations March April. Ex.
porlence unnecessary. For free par-
I.... In.... .. (MulrHMlntl writn TtftV.
mond Terry, (former Civil Service
examiner) 1001 Continental Bldg..
Washington. D. C. lzvvaz
mmu street, niUIR anythln.
whore and stores va. ... i
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CANNA toUIDS For saleRTTtj
low. Varleated.Yellnu, ..A 1ea' Ti
Itas 1n?on rtsn. -. "G.
FREE With every 50 ccnfrT
:i, ml . "S."l
cnt vnnra ti.. . ot
-. ..h.w. uuran
LOST One bay horse 15 hands
high, wite cut on left fore foot, a
small white spot on shoulder, fore
1 top clipped, shod all around, finder
notify J. T. Chastalh, Scullin, Ok.12-1
'TRANSFER AND STORAGE The
WANTED: Salesman for Durant and
vidnlty. Commission contract only.
for spare time or full time. We
will teach you to sell income pro
tution through our flee school of
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business of your own.
NOTICK TO TAXPAVERJT
This will serve to notify taxp,.
JL UlfHU VUUIIll 11IUL inp Ok.-.
has visited every voting preclntM
llin nniinlu nn Ckn I. 1.- .... . V I
"re v !. . iw; UUUKg will hok,
open at my office In the numi:
at Durant until April 12, I321 ih
which date the penalty will i,a 'J?.
iiiwsi Tax Assel
ITEMS FROM K1KRSEV
A crowd from here attended the
singing at Hrown Sunday when dln
nei was served on the ground. All
repm t a good time.
Miss Zephyr Ui minds spent the
week-end with her friend, Daisy San
deis, In Duiant,
.Mrs. W. L. Stone visited her son
Walter Stone at Hokchito Friday.
Elinor llolziifan, Ella Mi own nnd
Mollle Dee Hond attended the patty
given by Mis Coon Satuiday night.
FROM OLD ALLISON
aehool is piogresslng nicely.
County Superintendent Cuiinlnghnm
was 01 visitor at our si hool recently
talking oil a consolidated school and
(marked while heie that this was
of the best schools In Dry an
The continued rains kept the far
aaers Idle a good per cent of the
Husk-. If It doesn't check up soon
Oar are going to get badly behind
vrH their work.
The Green Mugs have about, done
Mr destruction In this section.
"TW oats nre out growing the bugs
ssbk tne rains.
Zaater proved to be a disagreeable
alar te hunt rabbit eggs. However
sjMtr a lot of it was carried on.
rs. J, w. Horton attended a class
bsjsjsjUok at Durant ou Easter Sunday
mm reports on her return home a
assat enjoyable trip. Tbe meeting
m the Brothers and Sisters was a
UfBSrt. Bro. Toutjoin of Brooklyn,
.31 . presided over tbe meeting.
M. G. Murphy Is visiting relatives
Sa Hago and will go on to Parts,
'3mmtl and Blossom in Texas before
Mn, Walter Williams of New Al
Sasc, also Miss Walker, tho teacher
sf the same district spent Sunday
Ceo. King and family spent Sat
rjMiay in Durant.
Lake Smithden and wife' went to
aanat Saturday with cotton.
3L W. Horton and Hadley Crowley
-wan to Albany last week after corn
Oar school entertained the Rober-
FltOM ItOW.MNt; CIIAPKIi
Fill m work is piogresslng nicely.
Sniue corn Is up ar.il some folks ate
JIIss Goidon who was sick is able
tit attend school.
.Miss Muble Tidwell has letuined
fiom Honey Grove. Texas, wiu-ie she
v lilted her ginudparcnts.
C. C. Goidon was in Caddo Satui
day. Mr.vnu Curler spend the week-end
at Inline nt Tuska.
J. ('. Daniel was in Caddo Satur.
d i.v night.
Hen Caitiight was heie fiom C.11I
.Misses Iluby Daniel and Hazel
Mr.vant were in Holder communlty
I). II. Sweet and W. V Matties were
in Cadilii Satuiday.
Misses Maggie Mutton and Maude
Ilogtie visited school Fiiday.
Downing and Muytuhhy schoolt.
b id an Easier ei;g hunt Friday.
.Miss .Maude Vancieave Is siek.
C. C. Conib.i is sick.
Folks here aie digging cellais
whl'n It is too wet In wink the fields,
in pieparntiolis ror the storm season.
Miss Claia Daniel Is sick.
Will Adklns was in Caddo Satur-
Several fiom heie attended sing-
int; tit Liberty Sui.d.iy.
Ray Miirkum and .Miss Kthel Wllll
hy weie inaiTleil Sunday.
Miss Shelly McKlnley of O. P,
spent Sunday with horn efolks.
Mrs. H. M. West vvhn has been
quite sick is convalescent.
Miss Rosamond Russell of Durant
spent Sunday in town.
Misses Murray and Ingle spent
Easter in Super with Miss Ingle's
Miss Clark spent Sunday in Durant
with home folks.
The frost Monday night came very
near getting the gardens nhd fruit,
but we think left a portion of It.
Mrs. Tupiuan und sister. Miss Lil
lian Glover spent Easter with home
folks at Mead.
Mis. Sue Slpcs has accepted n po
sltionwith K. M. Andeison ns sales,
Miss Cynthia Whitlow of Ardmore
spent Sunday with her parents.
Quite a ciowil was at the Methodist
church Sunday In spite of weather
to witness the Easter program by
the S. S. childien. The children ae
piiitted themselve-, well nnd nil en
jo.ved their ef foils.
The l.ltetary Society gave a pro
gram Fiiday night which was well
Spin genu Bishop ot Cat Hon spent,
the week-end with home folks.
The Oklahoma Cotton Giowets
Association met heie Monday night
and quite n number joined.
Mow den Raines visited home folks
at Platter for the week-end.
(iaities Austin has been visiting
Vemle Hteece this week.
Hi other Springer of Earlsboro fill
I'd his lemiliir appointment heie
Saturday and Sunday.
Quite a number from here attend
ed the annual singing ut llrown Sun
li. The Silo base ball team played
Star Thin sduy afternoon. The scores
weie .", tn fi In favor of Silo.
f VLASSIFIED ADS.
i'r.i:ii and si:t:i(
The farmers of this community
me about thiotigh planting corn
Mrs. Clyde Hnip'is on the sick
list this week.
Mis. D. W. Cobb and childien
spent Satuiday afternoon with her
daughter, Mrs. W. E. Strickland of
Mrs, Annie Harp of Dprant is visit
ing 1 datives here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. T. Lynch were
shopping in Durant Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lewis were
in Durant Friday.
Miss Vera Ilutler from Nlda com
munity spent Saturday night and
Sunday with Delia Da Vault.
Misses Eugene Sargent, Janice
Petty, Hallan Broadrlck. Analaura
McCoy, and Helen Sargent from Cad.
do spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mary Perkins.
Miss Onnle Buchett was shopping
In Durant Saturday.
Miss Lillian Matthews spent Sat
urday night with Eula Scott.
George Taylor ot Ada is visiting
(rlends In this community,
Myrtlo Fountain spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Effle Shock,
CORN FOR SALE: located 1-2 mile
west and 1 mile south of Wade, Okla,
i:. W. Todd, Wade, Okla.
FOR SALE CHEAP: Corn, Mebano
cotton .seed, bay, oats, peanuts. Tluee
miles west, quarter south of Calera.
J. T. Davis. It. 1, Culeia, Ok. Ilvvs3.
pcanut.s for seed.
and well matuied.
Are all clean and
bright. The veiy kind of seed need
ed in Bryan county. Price includ
Ing sacks. $5.75 per 100 lbs, f. o. b.
cars Valllant, Oklahoma. Address
A. s. Hamilton, Box 43, Rufe. Okla.
FOR SALE Large quantity of fiist
class baled Prairie Hay, $15.00 per
ton at barn however in orders of
over a ton. n discount is given. Mrs
Sam, Love. 3 3-4 miles Southwest
t Mead. 12wn3
FROM FORT WASHITA
Miss Maud Taylor went to Brown
Claude Anderson and Monroe
Fanning attended the all day sing.
Ing at Brown Sunday,
Misses Hattle Lou and Mellie
FOR SALE Am going out of Tractor
Business. Have one Mollne Univer
sal Tractor in stock. Model D. Two
bottom 14 Inch plow; extension
liins; rear carrying truck. Will
sacrifice for quick sale. E. Jones,
Dealer, 500 E. Okla. Ave., Sulphur.
MOTOR: One half-horse Kimball varl
able speed motor, with friction drive
pulley. In perfect condition. Will pull
ny jobber up to lSxU. Price 175.
Durant Weekly News. Durant, Okla.
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"" euner iour, eignt, ten, or
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WHEN YOU THINK OF SOME
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THE MERCHANDISE WE
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IT THE SEASON'S BEST IN
New Dress Goods and Staples
Fine Organdy, best quality, per yard, 75c and $1.00
Long Cloth, splendid quality at per yard 19c and 25c
Dimity Checks, at only per yardj 19c and 25c
Fine'Linen for Dresses in colors Lavender, Harding Blue, Rose,
White, etc., a yard wide with pure linen thread at only, per yard.... $.39
Finest quality Messaline and Taffeta in solid colors Black, Navy,
Brown and Gray at only .". : $1.95
Best quality Cotton Crepe for Underwear, White and Flesh at
Best quality yard wide Bleached Domestic, 7 yards for 1J)0
Bargains in Curtain Goods, Nets, Scrims and Draperies, priced at 15c,
19c, 35c, 48c, 69c, 98c to $3.95
You will find here materials and accessories that are most in de
mand at the lowest possible prices.
This Department is jam full of the New
est Creations in popular priced Dresses
Suits, Wraps, Blouses and Underthings,
Here are beautiful Dresses priced as low
as 16.75 and up to $39.50
And the Suits we show at $24.50 and
$29.50 will certainly appeal to the Woman
or Miss who loves eqonomy.
Wetlo especially urge your attention to
this special priced display of Apron Dress
es. They are such wonderful values at only
98c, $1.49 and - $1.98
Men There'll Be No Better
Time To Buy Odd
We just opened about ten dozen pair of the Best Styled Odd Pants
that you will be able to find. Here are genuine Palm Beach, Tropical
Worsteds, Cashmere and Serge, priced at
$3.95, $4.95, $5.95, $6.50, $7.50 and $8.85
and in any color that you may prefer.
Another big shipment of all leather Pumps and Oxfords at the
usual attractive prices quality guaranteed.
Ladies' $1.00 grade Silk Hose
Black and White for only 49c
One big lot Ladies' Pumps and
Oxfords, small sizes for.... $1.00