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Tnp rAVr ctk,y NEWS
A HKAVY NOKMAIj KXHQM-
MKXT IS KXI'KrHI 1IKIIE
Southrastera State Normal School.
Tlnrnnt fVklnhnttl.'i f.llinrtM ttl hllVe
tho larRPHt Siimmor ScmhIoij In the
hiHtory n f tin School lii-KlnnltiK May.
23rd anil rlosliiK .Inly 2:!iiiI, I 2 1 . J
In addition to lh n-Kiil.ir farulty (
tho IvailiiiK 1'iliii'Mtois of SniitliiMs. ,
tern Oklahoma will nftiT lomm'-i of
InxtrucUmi uliirh will t-nahlo all null
JccIk tisti'il in tho r.italoitui- to In
tBUKht Many spi'cial fi'itnrt-M will In imii-i
phaiize.I this yi-ar which will ten. I to
m;iK- tin- scsson of Kroati-r Impor-1
tanrc to tin1 ti-achcrs, hoiiic of tlmm
are a follows: t
The KimIimuI Hiimmii of Kilnrutioii j
Will liolll II COIlflTI'llCf UlllllT tin'!
dtrrititm of I)i. .1. I. Mcllrii'ii ami,
hii staff of ilncatioiial .-xperts
Tlic tot atliiii.il staff will offer a j
rou is.. In Vim',11 loii.il (iiiiiliimu i on-1
tinuiiiK the !)( ii term.
Tin- Di'ii.iMini'iil of l-Mm-atlim will
offi-r an i-xmlli-nl i'imiim- in School1
Hun !.- ami will i-iiipli.isl..- IMuca.
tlflll.il Tl-Sl .111(1 IlltWIlKI-IIH' I oits
Simii of the liMilitm I'Milcutors of
America will li-clim- to tho ten hern
KLMl.itli.lloinci'h Slx-liay I'll, nit. in.
qua Hill In- Ij lil i.K.tin tliii v.mi. j
Instim tion will In- offi'i"i! in all
A (.'a tie m I c ami 1'rofi-ssion.il miIiJ.-. M
and all roiiihiM h-ailiim to stain i'ir-Ufiiatr-i,
l.ifi- Diplomas anil llachclor
nf Arts Di'Kk-oh will hi- offi-n-il. Tliii
Bcni-ilul- will In- arr.ini;i-il ho that
credit? in.iv Id- applii-il on county
certlliciles Willi nut examinations
PKHKINS IlKOTHERH KN'LAIUJING
THKIIt STOHK IIL'II.MNM
Increasoil business has made noc
I'ssary thu considerable enlarKdiiimt
of the hiilldlnK of Perkins Hrothor.s
Co , which concern owns and occu
liles the hulldlnu at the southeast
coitii-i of Third avenue and Main
street The linpiovement.s an; now
under course of construction.
Tin- new addition Is flfty.slx feet
wide mid ahoiit that li-neth, iimninK
tin- hulldiiiK hak to the alley, and
when finished will rIvi- this firm a
stole mom r.Rxlts feet, with a floor
hii if about nine-thousand .square.
J'l.ins fin lemodeiltiK llidudi! the
idmliiK "f two larKe sk)llKht.s. which
will flnni tin- entile store with day
lluhl, ii model n ladles' r.-jj room,
a men's wash room, a new hardwood
tloor throughout the huildlnK and
;i lelnodelinK of the flont of tho
When the additions and Improve
metits ate completed, In about sixty
dn, this store will hoast of ono
of the finest .storo rooms In South,
M. E. Koddy, aKi-d seventy.rive,
died Veilnesda morning at tluee
o'tlock, at the hiinii' of his son, Kd
Hmldy. on Twele..e Prairie,
.lealli heltiK due to HtlKlit's Disease.
I'lllieiat set V ires were conducted at
the Catholic Church at ten o'clock
Thursday morninK, conducted by Kov.
S I.. Wietmia, followed by Interment
at Highland cemetery. -Kiom Satur
day .MorninK Advertiser.
I A Slight Comparison I
In Life we are acquainted with
two men more or less.
You know them.
' One walks around bewailing
his Fate and crying because the
World is so hard and will have
no pity on him. He makes no
great effort to save anything
from his wages if he gets any
The other is industrious saves
a part of his wages and climbs
the Ladder of Success.
Where are you in this compari
son? You know?
But where ever you are, we ad
vise that you start to SAVE.
We give 4 per cent on Saving?
the COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
Capital 9100 JOOO Surplus WfiOO
G. A. Mason, Pres't. S. W. Stone, Vice-Prea.
W. E. Clark, Cashier. v v
Come in and price
Before You Buy
WE WILL SA VE YOU MONEY '
It does not maf.tnr what the other fellow is offering his
jroods for. All we ak of you is to look at our goods alid
get our prices before you buy and yon will be able to
judge for yourself that we cannot bt under-told.
Our store is chock full of seasonable merchandise in
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, and Ladies' and Chil
dren's Ready-to-Wear at prices that cannot be beat.
All we ask you is to give us a trial.
Uako Mir sitore your
)ou aro In town
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Do not fall to get our
prices first before you
MIW. KMZABETH BUT1.KK
Mrs. Elizabeth Butler, ilt-1 Wed
nesday night at nine o'cIock at the
home of her son. Rev. Ed ' "ut
ler. after an Illness lasting ' about
fout teen months. Dece.i
sixty-two years of age.
.senirtv were held at tjir
Thuisday afternoon follow
tennent at Highland cemt
K. It.vliint of Caddo preal.1
Deceased was iiorn In Tei
I Mio .mil spent most of h
that State. She became
eatly in life and was a
member of the Haptlst ch
til the end. In 1890 she w.i
to J. A. liutler. father of It
lltitlei, who survives he!
relatives ale one sister a
biotheis, as follows: M
lllount, Vuma. Tenn., J, M
Pilot Point, Texas, A. J
Yuma, Tenn., and W. (i
Selith, Mo From Satunluv
K. O. & G. TRAIN JUMPS j8;rTexa8' noaQ w,unuB' "'" '
BRIDGE INTO A CREEKC0 copeland, Steedman, Okla.
i slightly Injured.
. ... i. ii......., H. P. Potlllo, mall clerk, Denlson
Me Persoas Hurt In mj "",Ta3. 8,lghtly injured.
Wnpanurkn un.l IHinuit l-wt Brakeman, Muskogee,
C. E. Ha none, a pasrenger, Fort
v WortJi. Texas, cattle buyer Internal
Last Friday afternoon. K. O. & ,,,1 jjUres. Physician says can not re
train No. five, south bound, running,
. . ! tk..
ft inn WapanucKii to mini ... - Derrick, a passenger, Bro-
..f u-,m.,,i, .......mitatlin! the en- K. Hanks, a passonger. Denlson,
tmin mm the reek thlrty-flve Texas, two ribs broken.
below. A sptead I .ill Is believed to A.wiecklng and hospital train was
liiive been the cause of the accident. rushed to lh scene anil the injured
Nine persons we.e hurt in the' taken care f as soon as possible, tho
,i, .. f them. P. C. C.alnes. more serlou-ly hurt being taken to
news atent of Mtlskouee believed to Denlon.
he tatally Injured, although he was Two women, who tefused to give
still alive at latest leportc. Others their names, aided In tescuing the
injured were It. Ilollman, epiess- injured ftoni thu wreckage and
man, Muskogee, Intel mil injuries. KM,, :l descriptive story of the wreck
W. A. Fouellette. conductor. Denl-1 one saving she believed the coach
becoming ini... 0TI
The famllv .
lng near Hr."ra,.. .n'i
tunes durlne ,h; "
week. Mi., r.,. Jl8l
In nttemn.l .. Ul
tnlnnd ' 't..'Ctk,
afterwards, Tnm $
was rarrvlm. .. i "'!
afoot and whr.n u. .' '
and started ,. .?
fell rinun irl.l. .. "t
a badly dislocate
and soinn in.n . '"I
Ed 0. MrKlnn T!l
"""' ""eini wells T.1
spent five ink ... .fM
w. t,i.i. r ""
"" "" "" report,
Stock Dipping Dates
Below are listed the various dipping vats now in use in Bryan County, together!
the names of inspectors. Dippings will be held at each vat, on the dates given opp
each vat in the Quarantine District every 14 days and in the free areas every 28 days.
Dipping To Be Done Between The Hours of 7 A. M. and 5 P. M.
T.J. BALL, "v
Federal Inspector in Charge, Bryan Coi
NOTE: All Special Quarantines Will be Dipped as Inspector in Charge Directs. Get
dates from the Inspector.
J. A. DAVIS, INSPECTOR.
Wheeler Vat No. ."5, Mon. May 16 and 30. June 13 and 27 Smith-Lee Vat No. 48. Wed. May 11 and 25. June 8 1
Grub Lake Vat No. 74, Mon. May 9 and 23, June 6 and 20 6berline Vat No. 76. Friday May 20, June 3 and IT I
Lake West Vat No. 59, Wed. May 18, June 1 and 15 Blackwell Vat No. 75, Friday May 13 and 27, June 111
A. E. BOYDSTON, INSPECTOR
Banty Vat No. 16, Monday May 30, June 27
Drapper Vat No. 52, Monday May 9, and June 6
Reeves Vat No. 61, Monday May 16, June 13
Baxter Vat No. 39, Monday May 23 and June 20
Bokchito Vat No. 45, Wednesday June 1 and 29
Cade Vat No. 57. Wednesday May 11, and June 8
Johnson Vat No. 71, Wednesday May 18, and June I
Caddo Vat No. 40 Wednesday May 25 and June 22
Tolliver Vat No. 56, Friday June 3 and 31
Turnbull Vat No. 47, Friday May 13 and June 10
Pritchard Vat No. 58, Friday May 20, June IT
Matoy Vat No. 53, Friday May 27, June 24
JAKE BROWN, INSPECTOR
Kenefick Vat No. 33, Monday May 30, June 27
Bud Colbert Vat No. 16, Monday May 9, June 6
Chas. Bates Vat No. 60, Monday May 16, June 13
Silo Vat No. 11 Monday May 23, June 20
Smith Vat No. 29 Wednesday, June 1 and 29
Red Brown Vat No. 15 Wednesday May 11, June 8
Marshall Vat No. 5 Wednesday May 18, June lo
Keirsey Vat No. 10 Wednesday May 25, June 22
Rambo Vat No. 28 Friday June 3 and 31
Joe Brown Vat No. 14 Friday May 13, June 10
Harrison Vat No. 13 Friday May 20, and June IT
Folsorn Vat No. 78 Tuesday May 24, June 21
W. C. KEIRSEY, INSPECTOR
Graham Vat No. 34 Monday May 30, June 27 Mullin Vat No. 64, Wednesday May 18, June 15
Morgan Vat No. 68 Monday May 9, June 6 Bates Vat No. 25 Wednesday May 25, June 22
Pirtle Vat No. 36 Monday May 16, June 13 ; Hatcher Vat No. 77, Friday June 3 and 31
Aldridge Vat No. 62, Wednesday June 1, and 29 McKinney Vat No. 26 Friday May 20, and June
Moorman Vat No. 27 Wednesday May 11, June 8 Anderson Vat No. 34 Friday May. 27, June a
W. HUBBARD BACON, INSPECTOR
Colbert Vat No. 7, Friday May 27, June 24 Willis Vat No. 69, Wednesday May 11, June 8
Kemp Vat No. 17, Tuesday May 31, June 28
Coffee Bentl Vat No. 1, Monday May 30, June 27
Hendrix Vat No. 18 Monday May 9, June 6
Holland Vat No. 20 Friday May 13, June 10
Xarnaby Vat No. 31 Thursday June 2, and 30
Leecraft Vat No. 6 Monday May 23, June 20
Bray Vat No. 43 Monday May 16, June 1"
L. E. SMITHINSPECTOR
Platter Vat No. 2 Wednesday June 1 and 29 '
Finchtown Vat No. 3 Friday June 3, and 31 v
Cotton Vat No. 4, Tuesday May 31, June 28
Wormack Vat No. 12 Thursday.May 12, June 9
Murray Vat No. 8 Wednesday May 18, June 15
Utica Vat No. 63, Mondey May 9, June '
Alhnnv Vnf Mn d1 Tfirlov "VTnv on June ll
" - - -., m . a&F a.,?
rous vat ;mo. aa weanesaay May zo, ""
S Calera Vat No. 9 Monday May 16, June i-i
.Vauffhan Vat No. 42, Friday May 27, June 24
Achille Vat No. 19 Mnndav 19'Tnnn is
Allison Vat No. 21 Monday May 30, June 27
Shuits Vat No. 73 Monday May j, June 6
Roberta Vat No. 23 Wednesday, May 11, June 8
J. M. McPHERSON, INSPECTOR.
n Yuba VatjN'o. 32 .Wednesday May 18, Jure I "
McDonald Vnr No. 7ft. Frirtav Mnv 20. Jiine 3 and I'
AnrWa V.-if Mn rtti IVI.. IToir 14 onrl 97. June W
, ,V. RAMBO, INSPECTOR
PariihvJ A SJ aiontla ayT 30, une 27 Mannfnjr Vat No. 49 Weu'rteaday M"ay 18, June 15 ;
jSII.h3. .. Bennington Vat No. 51 Fn'dav June 3 afil Jl1
r ,, ,,;:i', " "iu ! j-o. June 13
Bushnell Vat No. 22 Wednesday June 1 and 29
Williams Vat No. 65 Wednesday May 11, June 8
Bennington Vat No. 51 Fridav June 3
Cooper Vat No. 38 Friday My 13, June l'J
Pate Vat No. 30 Friday May 2?7, June 24