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THF ftfWT wvmr NEWS
FRIDAY." MAV 10
COMMENCEMENT OF THE
HIGH SCHOOL FRIDA Y
Dr. M. Ncnlifi'K To Ih-lhi-r Ail-
Jrra. Other Coiiiiiii-ih i-iiii-nt
Wffk'x AilMtli-s Hurl iii; llu-
Thfa week m.iiKs III- il'-lnn "I
the Hum til I'ulilii- Set I- I'm Hi"
xummnr ,iiuliiiii, mil I'ihI.i i htln
marks tin- i-lmliii; i-"it "t .1 m-.-I.
of foniiui'iii I'ni'iil wi-i'k iithltl'"'
WhOU (tl (IIIMIIK'lll Mill-Ill ,lllllll" .mil
prcsf-nlftMoii of ilipliim is M !
place nl tin- IIIkIi Si lnml .itnlltn-Iiiiii
Th' iinmt.iiii lor tin- tulnim-lM".
mrut Inilinli's, iniislr h tin- I'iin
Artb Otrlii'stl.-i .mil 1 hi- !! ('lull,
invocation h Hi- (' II 'i"". '''mi
BH-IKCIIli-Ill Ailllll'.-N li In M I NiMI.
bore and iiri-sciitiitiiiii nl lliiliiin:is
liy II. I. I'ox, iiii-hIiIi-iiI ul tin- scliiml
Ti' ll.u'r.il.iiin-Mli- mmiihiii -ik
pttwrht-il :i ihc l'iciliti-il 111 ( linn li
last Kuml.i niiiinini; In :i 1 1 1 1
bnuw. hy I I) II. i!n-i;iiy
The musical ii'i-lt.-il ut tin- Junior
nud Senior IIIkIi m limits took pl.m'
at th' First Mi-tliodlM Clmrtli Mini
day nlfilit to 11 l.iri?- cruvwl wIiimi an
excellent priiKi.iin wa.s n-nili-n'il.
Tundny at tin HlKh Selninl ailili
torium w.is had I In- Ward School
Chorus context, participated In by
four wuiiIb mill lining won hy the
North ward nchool.
Wwlncsday night at the Auditor
ium was pre-Minted a three-act com
edy witltleil "CaptMn Uncket," di
rected by Minn Kdwardlne Crenshaw
aad made up entirely of a east of IiIkIi
cbool kiudeiltw. A laij?i' croud at
tended and the pel formalin- wa.s ex-celk-sc.
COMMENCEMENT OF THE
COLLEGE IN PROGRESS
Ho Hal mill Mle .show Till- Week.
Coilltlienieliiflit Aililli-ss To It.'
(.hell .11 I'olleae Net
Collimi-IHlMlliMIt -Ai'-'k'- .icthltl-
of the I) I' Col.-'.- -t.irt-d Molid.iv
and tln-i- Is iiitn.-ihltiK d.iltu !
il.i liu- until 'I liuml t Ul ll"Xt
.Mond.i eWMilMK ii' 'he IT'-sliJI-l
l.ili I'liuiili iiniliti-.l the In-U'iiiaeli-i
..lal ot .lli- Lout-." ll.ifliiMt
'-dneil.i i-vnliin at th ll'-e,
Ulidet dlli'i lion ol Miss Sti'lilli'tMoll.
tie- -lle -how w.l- Ill-Id
.NiiiiiIhms .-t to 1 nine at" as tol
los: .S.ilurd.i. May II. .loitu Kiltal
Klo Si huoiMiiei and Aloe I'rtrlitt.
at I'n-sli.Wi'il.iii Chuteli
WEEK STARTS SUNDAY
l.ilil MeMurt H)er Hflhwt lliu.
t.iliiuie.ile Set moil und 'Dr.
Mtl'usli (iruiliiiilloii Addrpim
Tin- Commi-ii ietit exercises ot
the Soiithi' i-t'-rn Stale Normal
-Muni w IM -t . 1 1 S'ltid.iy May 15 at
II .1 :u. v, I'll the lui c.ilauieale sim-
III III l'e Idellt llelinelt WUS fortll-
1 lie iii -eriniiiL' ih-- Kreatest spi-ak-
..1, mid 111 t the moxt prominent
men la the wutliwest to deliver till-.
addtesi. ill lr Uivid Slewatt H;i.
t Hinder oi Southeastern Methodist
Knlier-ln, tint prldent 'of that
ii.mI iihool and for twenty.flw
ye.iu th" president of the great
S.itithve,tern I'nlwisity ut George
town. Texas Ilecjue of the tot 11 up
condition ot Fifth and Sixth Avenue
le.idlni; to the Noiiual It is necessary
CAIU OF THANKS
To the neighbors and friends who
i iidly assisted during the illness und
ti of our beloved father.
Mrs. M. i:. Roddy,
1 1 CMS I'ltOM mi:ad
II- Anna Itena Murphy lilted
folks ut, Kingston the week-
Siinilny. M.u II, Il.ici-al iMie.ite,
Sit 11, li) Kev. 1). 11 Ureguy, at o hold this service uown town, it
I'resb.Werliln Church (will lie held in the auditorium of
Monday, Ma Mi, Examinations the Kirst Itaptlst Church as it will
morning and afternoon. liiime nearly accommodate the large
Motidu), Mav Hi, Heclial Vocal, j number of people who would wish to
Maile NorveiL, instrumental, .Mrs. larn-nn mis i ouiiiieiiieiiiuui eciiiiun
in - D,ils of Dur.iut I.-IUm1 tili-mls
llelle Mahone pcut tilt
. n- ml in Oakland.
N- Maud Murphy of Kiiij-.-tnn is
iMng ln-r sister liere this week,
lieotge Kelise Is Nlllng his .-is-.
li Kianklin this vst-i-k.
Mi tl-diel of Oklahiiiii;- City was u
iiies-i visitor heio Monda
Ii and Mrs. A. J. Heal and
i-hiei, I'earl vllt-d in Dur.int
.Mr and Mrs. Porti-i WiillN visited
'.itlves heie Sunday.
Mis Siott and childten visited
'iiilves in Aleswoilh Satuiday.
llev. Keeno will HI his regular
point inent here Sunday.
Oat McClntky of Caddo spent Fri
day nlglit with t. Z. Williams.
A nice program was given at the
clo-dns of thu sihoiil Friday night.
ttivnn Carter ret ut nod to his home
at Tuski ifter te idling a success.
till teim t( s-hoiii here,
I Mrs Tu lo vvjs la Caddo shop.
plug Saturd ly
I lliibye llaul.'l l real sick this
I'lij, I)jriH .mil Cluik Kay ate'
unending Monilili: - huol.
lien C.irtrlght ol Pleasant
wai li"ie Mniiday.
i C. C CjiiiIh w.n in C.uldo Satur
day. Kev. Vaiicleive w.i III Cuddo this
Dunlip pr--iciu-d here Sun-
OAI.VKSTON ,'AI,US FOR
All) OF TKXAS UANfiKRS
Calvetiton, Texas has sent out a
call for Texas Itungeis to iiuli-t ills
tarbancp on the docks there. The
call was the result of the attack of
ono-hundred-flfty men, upon the
crc (if a vessel that had docked and
-a antoadlng her caigo, in which
icvcrjl of the i-ievv vveie severely
flIIAKITV I'ATIIiNT S'MIAI.s
IMIllI'M AT OKIiAIIOMX CUV
fn an Oklahoma Citv liiHidt.il one
J. It Uilliin, a 1 1 , 1 1 i ! patient uas
hemr. treated foi i.iiiii-i, Hli the
mv el i.iilium, uhirh is ah. mi 1 In
:110s; aliialile hiilislaiii-e In the
0llf This week 1 1 ill 1111 ili-.apln-.il-rri
myi-leiiouslv, a-, did $-;.".iio vvoith
ol railluin will), vvlinh he was being
Tin: i.i:i;isi,.n in;
Tfcfi'Ml.l M-,snll lit I hi- i-l-, illll.
lux M'enl lllllllll'l lk ot time ami
a lit nl miiiii'v wiilioiit .n-i ompllsh
mg .uivihiiu so tiii as tin- iin;.ni
liecjillli s ol Male instil iiIioim ii-nl
ulepiiKMeliU an-1 inn el ln-il II -ei-ms
from aIi.iI Ii is nuispinil iliiini--;
lheek thai I In' House I- uiivvilllim
JO fOIIMII in HIV s-ll.ll lepillts nil
ajiprupri.il font. vvlub the -Si uaie
llkcvfse (-annilt iglee with the llniise.
So tar. as lild a siliialiou :-pp iieull
fXII.Cs as duil'lg Hie ieuul.il si -.-loll,
'with no ii-liel in sight.
A. T. Dii-keisoii, at the 1'iesliyterian
Tuesday, May 17. Examinations
morning and afternoon.
Tuesday, May 17, Sophomore cluss
entertainment at the College
Wednesday, May IS, Examinations
In Ilible, at the College.
Wednesday evening. May 18, gen
eral program at the College.
Thursday, May 19, morning, class
day at the College.
Thursday, May 19, the College
commencement address by Dr. A. S.
McBlroy, of Idabel. and awarding of
diplomas to graduates in high school,
lluslnoss Department, Expression,
Piano und Vocal.
The complete program will be printed
1 1 i:in
is looking fine. Sunday's
Dr. I.N. MrCash; president of. how er vv as a great help
Phillips University will dellved the, C ;. Kay was In Caddo Satuiday
commencement address to the grad- mil Sunday.
uates of Southeastern State Normal 1 Id-nty Olford leaver, shortlv for
School. Dr. McCash is one of the , Houston, Texas for army treatment.
foremost educators of Oklahoma. He 1 He has Just returned from Dallas
whi-ie he underwent examination.
The home of Kev. Morris was de
stio.veil by fire Tuesday, the icsult
of his little grandson's playing with
ITKl- FHOM lllil'K
t Mrs. Ainieisiin Owens of Hatcher
died Filday. 0th of Mi.
Mi. and Mi N K. Ilrovvn of
1 Haindeti, Okli Is vi-ilting Mr. and
Mr.s. W. A Urovvn
I Pta.ver meeting Was well ntlended
1 Sunday night at the Haptist church.
I Tonimy Howard and family have
ileH to mike theli future home in
Mr. and Mrs. Toll (illherfs baby
Is very sick at this writing.
Blue and Hurrls engaged in a game
of ball Sunday evening, the score
ending " to '!.
A large crowd attended ,
Inn nnnitnnlU. . -. '
"'h wvuicuuuu UL UAnfv U.. 7"
Rex Hawkes fro,,. 'B J-,
In this coratnunltv o... "0"clto ,
On the morning , ,he .
May at 3 o'clock ,,, J ' '
visited the home 0! .
an,l nlnlit.a.1 l.nl . . ' 'I. gj
a month old. It w. i,tJ '
the Bokchlto cei ,' " 'i
itvenlni? ntinni i. .. HQJ
mnnv frlenil uim... ... .
In -Imi. Iniia "1
Itossle Mitchell .,,., ,h)
with home folks in IlnHi-hito
.virs. jonn Alasoi anj .
from Klnirslnn I. ,i ..... ' cl'Ml
Mis. I.lllle r-iinii.,1.. . .1, '
Mrs. .lohn !.., .""
- ".. urn. m an .1,,.
....... .,..,.u ciriiin?
T. D. Pearce.
has builded Phillips I'nlverslty un
til it, is one of the strongest Uni
versities in the southwest. He is
not only a great educator but he is
a great orator as well. The com
mencement exercises will be held at
the Normal Thursday, May 19 at 10
There are three seta ot graduates,
those completing the high school,
those completing the- Normal school
The farmers are all busy planting
cotton and some corn
J. A. Drowning and ion, Leslie
made a business trip to Uokchlto
(irundma North m
Wednesday with net
Un O T ?l
.... ,'. ''"""',,l Ml clii
tie .isiuus ..ira, n. .Miur and h.
I, lu nruolr ..LI!.. ... . . J '
...o " ".e.-.ii.jnn;on ij,,,,
nig uui mr a lorati m in
Itev. s. W. North Mate, boa
1 c&tiq last weeti.
.Mrs. noy nawktu uho ban
u lit If trw aaiiacnl n a.. l .
..... iii uiu.i-n Ij tuti
i.in.iuB .ci iu.si. hit manytri.
wisu tor nor an cany recover?
Mrs. J.W. Evany pent Ttw
who inrs. j. n. north
John Simmons has moved lit,..
nouse vacated by s. .1. Johnsoj.
airs. iNoiana irom Hokchltofj
uing ner sister .Mrs J. u. Gn
1 nil., n..k.. r .
wm.c nuu u. i-eirce sptntj
wees ena wun ner lster, Mr
Lutes in Bokchlto.
A(iKI) ritHM'I.K, WITHOl'T proper and those who complete the
FHIKNDS. IHKS IN IHJKANTl college department. This Is the first
I year that the Normal has conferred
II. S. Hitchcock, an aged cripple, ,1":re,H'
vvno lias iieen earning meagre sup.
port by the sale of lead penclli and I
shoe strings for eai.s. died hete at
a local hotel. Wednesday night, after
an Illness of several days, his death
being to lliight's Disease He was
buileil .it Highland cemetery Thins,
day afternoon. In .1 paupers grave.
tin- iimnty paying the expenses.
The pool fellow had foi veais wan.
di'ii-d about theioiintiy withstanding
his allll. Hun and his ilNras,. ,m.
managed to keep ho-lv and sou! to-
Ul-llli-l While In Dm. 1111 he 1 ,..
so ill tlnu 1 1111I.I no longer get
aioiiinl t II his ware-. ..ml his
llleigle s;,in well- soon ell Misled
ill piving '111 boaid ami lodjitu' He'
said he hail un home iml n.i tiiend.
save at a ilist mt jmint in l.niil-
and on i-diie-d iv apidli au.i-i
mail.- in 1 he 101111I in his I1eh.1l:
tl.lll ipolt,iii Ih.-le, hut lie It''
leivi r 1 1 that ninht
CHl'IUH OF CHIUST
Make Sunday an inspiration Day.
Fire the day with your eagerness to
serve Jehovah I'rge home one who, ,j
is wailing tils time to invest It with! (
Ood in worship. You .11 e saved so
serve to save While visiting re.
ni-Mule-i the meeting begins tlie
P:ogi,im Sunday: Sunday School
li) a m. Piejihitig, U a. m. Com
tiiunion. ll.l.'i a. 111. Evening Sci
viie, 7 I." Morning subject. "Sing,
lene.. ut H -art". Kv.-ning, "Heceiv
W. It Swinney, Minister.
M MKX'S WKAK
(Krt liiM-illoii Mav I, l'l'JI)
tt.-v.ini iiis.-ition Ma I.I, 1'iai )
Id port Of Tin- I'oiiililioii Ol
TIIK li:.i:i'ICK sl'. li: II K
or liein-rick, (Iklaluini.i
Apiil -2H, llll
OjannaiRl nisriiililth i !li,0l 1.23
Secnn i-s with li.mking
" EtufAl. flnnds, W.iri.mts,
iJ3anfcing House S.IUil Oil
iTurlnlare and Kixluies 7.111.111)
lOixo from Hanks 7,'is2 It
ChnciH and olhei Cash
. ltfiuu -J us OS
Bltl of Kxcl ge Ii92.ll
Casb in Hank 2,iiJr or.
C.ipilal Slih-V. Vaid in i
Undivided I'nitlts, less
Eymnse.s j ml Taxes
Reserved lot Taxes
Im to (Links
Individual Depnsils Sill).
jut to Check
Tinif :enilirates ot de-
l'jhl'n,' Check. Out-
Kotiii Jtid Hills I!imIi4
o. nun 1)0
17. Oli 2 92
! t it '
II.I.N HOI in 1 1:15s. I OMiNI. lir.Ki;
MAT Tl ISPW
The Hill.is boo.i-i. iii ihei' an
iiiial Hade tup will .uui.. in Dm, 1111
l.ei Tile.ila.v at six o'llnik 111 the
i-viniiig mid will spend the null'
lH'ie Then- will he -ippi oxim lt"lv
tvvii-hiiiiilred.tifty ni":i in the p.uiv
mid their excellent hand mid otlie,
mtists will tiirnisli euteitaiiimetit
foi the lolks dining the evening
Iiii-ideiilallv, iliii-k Mi Kiini". unri'
lately a citizen ot Dur.iut, hut no-v
at Dallas, will he toaster of all the
ceremonies pulled oft while the ag
gieg.lt ion Is hete.
XI'AV IIAHV KOY .
Mt. and Mrs H S Counell. are th
piouiiil parents of a fine iilii-.pouiiil
Imv who arrived at their home Mon
XlU' ot Oklahomu, County of Hryan
is: J. U. P. Watklus, Cashier of the
u ltKe-named Hank do solemnly swear
fvat tn above slatemout is tiuu to
d.ui tst of my knowledge and bo.
llirf,v) help me. Cod.
H. P. WATKINS,
.I'liiitntk-d and svvoiti to befotc me
ll-iis -4th day of May. 1921.
tJEO. W. LAFFOON,
'J.'y-eimnilsslou oxpires April 21, '2S.
.rOKUECT ATTEST :
tt. P. WATKINS,
E. Si. MATLOCK,
IAS. It. McKINNEY,
0 00 00 0 0000-00
The Practical Refrigerator For The 5
Bryan County Home This Summer
Iii number, that if you se
lect umir refrigerator trite
III, you will buy the one
that will last you the lonrat,
give the best service and he
the most economical in keep
ing the ice.
So that the one you purchase
nil I give this, ice advice the
rffFtei 1 I mi1 I
a tv'v'i r 11 o
LhT 1"r' 1 j 1
rrrn i in ifmiii 11 i
With the full tide of Spring buying now on, Men may
come to this store with full assurance that our com
plete stock ensures the best grade of wearables in the
newest styles and most pleasing varieties.
If it is a matter of Price as well as Quality, a visit
here will quickly convince you that we habe the Values
that open the road to Economy.
$&$ This display of Ties reflect the
S5afii&s3 beauty of Spring-time, in their beau-
tirui range or colors.
The -56 new Tubulars are very popu
lar this Season, priced at
$1.00 and S1.50
and you vill surely like these love
ly Silk i priced at
85c, $1.00 and $1.50
Don't fail to see them. '
Cl 1 Bargains In Men's Wear
LEONARD CLEAN ABLE
We have thorouijhly studied the refriirerator m-oblcm
that confronts the Bryan County housewife and we are I
convinced that taking it from all angles the LEONARD I
CLEANABLE is the most practical and most sanitary -.
averaee refriirerator or ice-box in a. short tim.
It's a real pleasure to own one. They remove so much O
COME IN AND HAVE ONE SHOWN AND
E. G. McKinney Hardware Co.
Telephone 61 208 W. Main
-00000 0 00000
Here's a wonderful assortment of Men's Union
suits in Ralbriggan and Nainsook of good
qualities, only $1.00
Bargains in Men's Dress Shirts, and work
Clothes, Navy Blue Work Shirts, at 85c
Men's Overalls, priced at $1.25 and $1.45
Men's odd Pants in the best qualities, priced at
$3.95, $4.05, $5.95 and ..9,5
Fine Value In Men's Hats
If you would wear a Straw, this display will surelj
include a style that appeals to your fancy.
Straw KaU from the famous Dunlap, the Beaver
fc Hat Hl i nnd other woll known brand, and OUT
piijjj are less
M.H., :U5, $3.55, $1.55 and to $6.95
These assortments represent the largest values in town; all colors ana
prices in Cotton, Lisle, Fiber Silk, and Silk, and are priced to your
"K t 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c and $1.00
We arc offering Men's Florsheim Oxfords at $10.50 and $935
Other great values in Men's Oxfords, priced as low as $4.9)
m ? z0....y Ft j
I ; l! Dmrant. oklta.
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