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ITEMS FROM CADE
Little Ti'ddio Briggs who has been
dangerously 111 is much better.
Mr. and Mm. B. K Caldwell. Mr
-and Mrs A. (1 Morgun attended a relatives
JMasonlc and Kastern Star install- j The dance at Mr Cecil Wright's
Uon Friday night in Bennington Inst Wednesday night was well at
Vince Alewine and family have ' tended
.rented their fuim and will make their
ionic in the city.
Rev. C. I. Hoover preached to an
xtra large crowd Sunday and Sun
J A. Harris and family spent the
Jholidnyx at Jesse Harris at Bokchito.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Grey, Mr. and
tMrs. Bert I.indsey spent the week
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Dobson arc
anoving over in the Hale community.
Rev. and Mrs. Hoover, Kcv. Nichols
"Mr- and Mrs. Jno. Nichols visited
.'Sunday at B. F. Caldwells
Mr. nn,l Mr Pll.'oh n.,t nf m.. I
toy have moved here.
Mr. and Mrs Oscar Margan of Ben-1
aington visited Sunday at A- K. Har-
Mr. and Mrs. .Morris of Hunter
-lsit..l fri.nHs h..r R.mrfnv. I
We are a little late with news of
our Christmas, but must say it was j
.a very merry one, and the tree at
TV M. Dutv's was a trrent suceess.
The choir furnished some beautiful
singing and the Pastor of the Bap-;
tist church and Rev. Nichols made
two nice addresses after which Santa 1
-arrived and all were shown to
were shown to a'P,att e miwrium.
-well loaded tree containing a present
-for every Sunday School scholar.
Mr. and Mrs. Briggs and family
.-spent Sunday at J. A. Harris.
ITEMS FROM SILO
TBro- Mannors preached here Sun'
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nicholson of
.Brown -were in Silo Wednesday.
Several from lire attended
party given at the home
oi ooo ,
'Brown Wedne.-day night.
cti a nice time.
J. G. Harrisson, and family attend
itd church at Durant Sunday night.
Mildred James of Barwick visited
"Vonnie Broece last Wednesday
Hubert Athetnn of Brown wa in
Claud Nicholson ami family were
visiting in the home of Mrs. Sea
Quite a number of person-, from
3iere attended the party at Brown
jrivi'ii at the home of Kric Nicholson.
The Farm Iiboi Union met at
Silo Satuiday nighl-
Mrs. Jeff Hnrrisoii spent the day
with Mrs- Joe Brown Sunday
The school has begin again after
-a vacation of u week.
Mr- Cal Tallvy was a business
visitor in Durant Saturday. I
T. N. Smith of Wade was in Silo
ITEMS FROM I'RITCIIARD
.1. A Hi owning made a business
trip to Caddo Saturday-
Mrs. Henry Kemp and little girl
from Kemp 01:1a-, -Mrs. I-att Lutes,
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.uihj Mju, i'.iviii iiifiii ,.wf....i- .-.v..v
Thursday with their parents
"Pcarce and family
Several fiom thi community at
tended the fuimerx labor union at Du
Edna and Tlielma Shirley from Du
Tant spent the week-end with their
aunt, Mrs. T J Waddle.
Mrs. S. Iv Timberlake and Mrs
'C J. Pollock left Saturday night to
visit her son and nephew. Foster
Timberlake, near Caddo after spend
linf I wo weeks with her daughter and
meicfc, Mrs. T. I). Peaue before re-
turning to their homes.
uuie uuuy i.- reaire i'f" '"" appointment.
day night with her sister, Mrs. Latt There was a watch meeting at the
lAites at Bokchito. school house Saturday night at which
Dessie Noland from Bokchito spent Br() Murphy and Shirley took turns
v few days last week with Lillle rou(nK ana- theiv was singing and
tTumer- 'recess between- Very few appeared
Mrs. Frank Hall and children from hIeepy anj u were aiert when at
'Denton, Texas spent the Holidays fou minutes to twelve the bell be-
-with her mother, Mrs- T J Thomp- Jfan t() tolJ out tlu. 0,j year f0n0w-
aon- C(j i,.- joyously ringing in the new
Mrs. 'Shack Draper spent Wednes- '
..flay -with Mrs. T. D. Pearce who is ( Mrs Jordan was a visitor at Mrs.
.still sick and improving slowly. Watts Sunday afternoon
Mrs. J. H. North and Mrs. Eldridge Granjj,a and grandma Brown went
-Horth spent Friday with Miss Lula down to their son.s Friday to visit
Hallie who is stek. 'Grandpa came home Saturday to
Mrs. Frank Hall and children Jook aftcr thmKil, Grandma will stay
apent Sunday with M. A. Hall. ja few dayg,
'J. H. North and family spent Sun- ( More men are doinK winter plow
day with Mr. M L. Waddle and fam- lng than usual plows are going
By- . . , , ., everywhere-
Jewell Simmons is on the siclc list i r c Johnson moved Tuesday Sev-
Jarrott B. Walker and family
apent Sunday with her parents,
.Lewis Larmon near Buffalo.
The Christmas tree was well at-
mdid evervbodv reported a fine
'tended everybody reported
f!nrcria and Helen Dolllns Xrom
Dallas is visiting home folks thisjones dropped out ' account of har-
FROM FKKENY t-UAfai. iRhodarker place. He had his name'
Several around here are onPUt 0 the Sunday School roll last
and several are occupying their Lday.
Sunday School was very well at-
tended Sunday morning. ..,
There has been a meeting at Buf-j
faloall the past week. Several from
here attended. Bro. Bla's of DenI-,.
, .. ,.
ion aone iue prcmuuiff
Mr. and Mrs. Prtdiij aiv moving
Mr. and Mm- Monroe Nixon eptnt
Christmas near Yamsby with his
aunt ami uncle. Mr. and Mrs Wil
liams. Mr- and Mrs Clent Gentry spent
Christmas with relatives and friends
(i Christion of Celina, TVxa viv
ited Mr. H. V Nixnn and family last
Mr uni Mr. Holland and family
lof Teva.M soent nhritm ham with
Misses Annie Skiner. May Priddy
u nd I'e'arl Mitchell of Franklin com
munity spent Christmas with Marie
The party at Mr. Lewis' Nutti
Saturday night was well attended
Marie Nixon spent Friday night
with Mae Priddy
COIIB CONSOLIDATED .SCHOOL
The New Year aw 254 scholars at
Friday evening the Cobb basket
ball team will play the Durant Boy
acout team in the
.nSunda' even,nK e will be
chtma9 Endeavor and singing
Delta and Boss Harlin enjoyed a
'"'. to Tishomingo, where they spent
Christma-. with their brother. Bel-
J. A Trent has moved from this i
.Lottie Allen jpent New year at i
Lottie Allen spent New
'he home o Christine Benedict near
Br2wn,1. , ...
,Ch"Ue Hawknw took his wife to
0.kIahoma .P1? hc.re ahe wiU be
miss mac rorcenieia visitea jars
L. Payner, her sister from Saturday
till Monday afternoon.
ITEMS FROM CADDO
Mr. Hart of Broken Bow was in
Caddo Saturday. He was one of the
teachers in the school here last year-
Ed Johnson was a Durant visitor
ast Saturday and Sunday
Geo. Mills of Kenefick was in Cad'
do Saturday greeting old friends.
. n ij.if,. . t..t. e..
urday wjth reiativc3 in Durant.
Misses Merle and Ellon McClure
came in Sunday from Celeste
Mr- and Mrs W E- Mcintosh were
Durant visitors luosday.
.urs. narrow ana aaugnter visiieutrom Texa- visited them during the
friend, in Oalera last week hnlirfav
Rex Whitt made a trip w Mil-
hum last Saturday night.
Mr. I Schaffer and little daugh-
t..r ill.. vUltiny hir mnthor in St
- " "- - ,
Mr. .in.i Mt W. K. Ouen. of
,.. ., . -
Denton visited Mrs. Owen's par-,
ents la-a week (
Mr. and Ml- Wayiu Braudnek i
are vi-iting hom
Min Davis of
folk.s here j
..Ujv.. w.-j, .-,,
i-. viiiting hei si-ter
W II Attaway from near Ben
nington ua-. in Caddo Monday
A big baby girl is making her
home with Mr and Mrs Elmer
Jean-, sitici' lat Wednesday night.
FROM OLD ALLISON
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attendance last meeting We are go-,
, .,. ,v t.. hn... butter litrhts in the '
Sunday was ouaiterly electton The
officers elected were as follows: Mr.
Joe Chestnut, superintendent; and
Mrs Nettie May Chestnut secretary
Each of these ha.-, the privilege to ap
point asitants. Teachers remain the
Mrs. King -eported a splendid time
while in Texas visiting her moth
er and sight -eeinjc at Dallas Sher
man and McKinney
Murphv. with Bro Shirley's I
assistance preached to an attentive
crowd Sunday night
Next Sunday night is Bro Shirley's
'oral wagons from here helped them.,
Ffed p,per moved to Durant last
i M Anders is on the sick list!
aam; ,ut (9 some better at this
I There are several new pupil in)
. .. i .i.i ...!, .la,. uu.nl nM
tag to more.
I Mr. Griffin
has moved on thej
jjr. Everett moved on the Dr. Hal-
,acc where Mr Dunn Uved, .
Mrs. King spent Sunday with Mrs.
f sbJrley d family made a,
. . . nu... Hurin the
' in Ml fcwwt w-f w ..
. . , Wednesday. '
ii HAmmim riflit- hi ft nrTirji. nmm'i
Jack Kalao made a bssmeaa trip to1
. - - - - . . . .,- ,
, u.jrant Tueadar
If I could do what I want to do,
I'd paint the skies forever blue;
I'd fill the trees with birds that sing,
And make the seasons always Spring.
I'd give the rose perpetual bloom,
And freight the air with sweet perfume,
I'd bring old Eden back anew,
If I could do what I want to do.
If I could do what I want to do
I'd scatter o'er this world the dew
Of Faith and love and hope and peace,
And bid all dark contensions cease.
Into each month I'd put a 4ong.
I'd burn the very seeds of wrong,
And make Life great and grand to YOU,
If I could do what I want to do.
If I could do what I want to do
I'd make all men and women true;
Cure all ill, and banish pain.
Bring back to faded cheeks again
The rose of youth; and in the end,
Each foe should call his brother Friend.
I'd make life bright and sweet to YOU,
If I could do what I want to do.
' (R. Mc)
ITEMS FROM WASSETA
.Most of the farmers aie through
breaking and are ready for the new
uranviiie Uoocti and sister. Beat-
rice visited relatives at Atoka dur-
ing the Holidays.
W. 0- Lindsoy and daughter Min-
me were shopping in Durant Satur- with with friends at Bee. Also at-day-
i tended Sunday School there Sunday
Willie Vincent and sisters Tillie morning.
and Grace and Ida Cheney visited at Marvel! Elliot returned here Satur
Kenefick Christmas. day night from Mexia, Texas.
Quite a few from this community'
attended the party at the Johnson's in
Carrols Chapel community Saturday
Claud Hefner went to Washita Fri -
The party at Mr. Franklin's Fri-
day night was well attended.
Sir. and Mrs- Lester Lindsey were
visiting his parents Sunday
two of Mrs. Vincent's nenhew
Mr. Summers is up from Texas
.looking after his property and visit -
;,, hi sister Mrs Vincent
if-. .j r-.:- xti.i i l i
.iuij uuu inutile tv luaeiiiiuui. uuu
brothers attended the musical in
m n!n !...
i ivaiuiib una lujiilllutlsLy
Mr, WiU Copeland entertained a
few y,)Ung folk Monday.
t, aj Mr. Georue Frazfor of
Cali'ra jpent Christmas day with
urrt r ruzicr s iiuieuts, .ur. uuu airs.tut nuiieiii'ii.
R r. Pim-ell
I .7 ,7.
.nr. ana .r. .uoorc are ine proua
I parent- of a fine baby boy.
! Lucile Downing is able to be up
again alter a sick spell-
ITEMS FROM MIDWAY
People aie all busy farming in this
Mr and Mr. Lee Taylor from
CaMo was visiting Mr and
Mrs Wallace the lat of the week.
Misses Carrie and Nita of New
AIINon wa- visiting in this commu
nity the end of last week- We were
all glad to see them come back.
Mr- and Mrs. Terrie left Saturday
for Wade where they will make their
home for another year.
Mr and Mrs Henry Smith had the
misfortune of losing their little baby
girl Sunday morning. They have the
sympathy of all this community in
" ?au lu"re-
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the funeral services.
Charlie Simmons was visiting El
mer Boyd Sunday evening.
There wasn't any Sunday school
Sunday on the account of the funeral-There
wa singing Sunday night
and a large crowd was present
Mrs- Anderson is on the sick list
Miss Sylvia Powell and Mr Tom
Winfield was united in marriage Sat
Miss Donnie Wallace was visiting
in Mead last week-
Ray Morrison of Pleasant Hill at
tended the party at Mr. Ferries Fri
J. J Boyd was in Durant Friday
There will be singing every Sun-
Dr. J. L. Reynolds
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
and Glass Fittta?
Over Corner Drug Store
Durant Meat Market
Highest Marltet Price
Paid for Cattle and Hot
A. W. MASON, Prop.
f- r" '"
111 So. Sec.
Me.irjr back without c'-r.llrn
If HUNT'S CUARAN1KBD .
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(Hi- S.lv-.iiJS.i.pi, f.llln
tht xp nl if llch. Ucf rm.
Kini di,Tllrr r ithrltrh
inr km Jtrs. lr thw .
IrMtmcal at iiar iitk. I
'a. k Kmaxmt bw noma
day night- Every body come and
bring some body with you.
Arthur Powell and Mr. Robert Her -
ron attended singing here Sunday
Earache is an indication of ade
FROM FORT WASHITA
Mrs. W. Ballanger spent Saturday
The young folks enjoyed a party
' given at the home of Mr. and Mrs
ill Anderson Wednesday night,
; Victor Allison, Miss Carrie Ander-
, son, Mr. Monroe Fanning and Miss
I Lydia Grice, motored to Bee Sunday
Several young men from Thomas
(. hapel attended singing here Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Holderedcre crave the
young folks of this community p
. nartv Sntiirdnv niVht wtiioh w
. nartv Saturday nitrht which was
' greatly enjoyed by all who attended.
' Mr and Mrs. Bob Scott of Durant
motored out here Sunday, bringing
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uic-n uuuuiui .uiss .mimic uuuh fco
her school work. They spent the
t :.u ii nii '
aiivuiwmi wiiii iin DUiiiuigei
Mr. and Mrs. J. I Lievsey have a
ick child at tnis writing.
Mr and Mrs. Hurt Davis ami fam-
! ily spent a few days with relatives
Bill Gilbert of near Brown attend
ed singing here Sunday night-
j muuuc .uui ,iui..eu Homo
V!.. I..J rn..l i. 1 I
oiuiuuy iiuui .ueuu wiieit: aim iiua
been visiting friends and relatives
the past week.
Our singing on Sunday nights is
progressing nicely, we are looking
for our new 1022 song books in this
week, and hope to in the future to
have a class that can't be beat.
Everyone is invited
Sunday night singing.
to attend our
BROOKS APPOINTED MANAGER
OF WESTERN UNION HERE
W. C- Brooks has been appointed
manager of the local Western Union
telegraph office, to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of G. W. Cot
ton, who had been manager here for
many years. Mr. Brooks, who has
been an operator in the office for
about a year, took charge of the of
fice last week, was permanently ap- J
pointed manager Saturday. i
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Sedan, with electric starting and
lighting system,demountablerimswith34 -inch
tires all around, is the ideal family car because
of its general utility and refined and comfortable
equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass
windows. An open car in the spring, summer,
and early fall. A closed car in inclement
weather and winter. Rain-proof, dust-proof. In
the city or the country, a family car. The low
cost of operation and maintenance is not the
least of its charms. Won't you come in and
look it over? WEBB MOTOB CO.
Serrlee Tkat Satisfies
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CAUSE MUCH TROUBLE
So Do Adenoids. Symplons of Child'
rens' Ailments Given By State
(By Dr. A. R. Lewis, State Health
In its efforts to aid the public
health campaign and incidentally de
crease their own liabilities, a large
life insurance company has issued a
bulletin in which somo of the follow
ing questions are asked and discuss
' Is your child handicapped? Does
your child s nose run, or is it sore ?
Does the child snuffle? Are the eyes
red? Are there fever sores or ec
zema around the nose and moutk?
Does the child seem dull? Does it
stand and look at you with open
mouth? Does it put its hands to its
head as though it had earache? Does
it take cold easily? Does the child
sleep with its mouth open? Does it
If the answer to any of these is
j yes, ask the doctor if the child has
' adenoids or large tonsils.
When tonsils are diseased they
i contain little cups in which poisenous
1 germs arc developed which are then
carried to other parts of the body and
' cause sickness
Adenoids aie little red unnatural
growths just where the nose and
throat join They stop up the nose
ond niake the child braathe through
I its mouth. A mouth breather is
' never healthy and is subject to
catarrh and easily contracts pneumo-
ma ana tunercuio3is.
noids, and in any event may lead to
a cunning ear. which may and often
does affect the brain. Even in the
milder cases deafness may result. Do
not neglect it
Enlarged glands of the neck, are
filled with poison which nature is
trying to carry away. They mean
poisonous germs in the nose or throat,
and when carried into the system may
cause rheumatism, heart disease, or
even lung or stomach troubles
All these conditions are danger
ous. Do not wait for them to get
well themselves- They are dangerous
signals- Go to a doctor at once, and
go to a good one.
To avoid no.-e and throat ailments
ventilate the sleeping rooms by rais
ing a window from the bottom and
lowering another from the top Hu
midify the atmosphere in the living
rooms by keeping a vessel filled with
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; 'Z Z?, h ll I
"" does away with the dryness of
the overheated air to be found in so
many homes and offices, nnd which
i- so very injurious to the delicate
inside coating of the nose and throat
See that the children have whole
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' flinf tltair trni- nlnnfv tf nrariQa in
thp fresh ajr an(j sunshine
The backfire, short cir
cuit, careless smoker
OUR Auto Insurance pro
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 6, 19
SBCOND 8BKE8TBR AT SOUTH-j
badih amium JAN. i
The second semester of the Sauti
eastern State Teachers College
oegin January loin ana close
13. It is expected that the
ment for the year will reach
at the beginning of the second
ester. Already many inquiries
been received relative to entering (
The program has already
completed wnicn snows tnat ma
beginning will be Offered so that i
dents entering for the first
may be able to get work. Moi
courses will be offered as there
three new teachers who will be ;
to the faculty which enables man
subjects to be taught. Prof. J. J
Miller, head of the Mathematics
partment will be back from Ok
ma University where he complet
his Master of Arts degree, to. i
sume his work as head of that i
Southeastern is rapidly
the top in enrolment of the Te
ers colleges. It ranks second
is very close to the leading colle
This past summer session, SoatJ
eastern ranked 13th in enrollmeat !
the United States according -to.
report of the Commissioner of
cation.. President Bennett says
he expects fully 2000 teachers
thi coming summer Session.
JUDGE PAULLIN'S DAUGHTER
MARRIES AT OKLAHOMA
Word has just come to Durant
the marriage at Oklahoma City.
ccmber 8, of Miss Willlard Panllin I
.Mr. George B. Goff of Oklahonl
City. The bride is the youngest
daughter of Judge and Mrs. Paullla,
residents oi uuranc zor more toil
twenty-five years. She grew to wo
manhood here, was educated in Ot
Uurant schools and is a young woaai
of sweet disposition, many accoa-
nltshments and many friends. Tfc.'
groom is chief or the Oklahoma Cb
fire department and is a young nusl
who stands well there and Is toj
IT'S mileage that
counts. Mileage not
first cost is the true
measure of tire expense.
Our advice will help you
to get full tire mileage.
Before taking on the Mc
Claren line, we faithfully
tested McClaren Allroad
tires under every sort and
conceivable kind of read,
and they made good. "
They made good from'
every standpoint. We
were fully convinced that
was the tire we wanted
to sell. Under countless
testa we saw it prove its
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for yourself more about
its special features.
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