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ITEMS FROM MATOY
Thr lomniunity was made fad!Walson motored
JTwrwiay .f last week by the death.
a J B Dalton He had pneumonia,
met seven days; Mr. Dalton was
year old He moved from Tcxa
five years ago, was a farmer,
vnrd a home and farm near Matoy,
wncd an interest in the Matoy Gin
Ga. He was a member of the M K
Cfearch; was a (rood neighbor and
by all His son Clark of Atoka
the only one of the children that
-wrrvrd before he died Clark of
AlaJti, Arthur and Ira of Childress,
XSexas, Mrs Man Crosslin of Honey
Crstc, Texas and Mrs Ollie Stenson j pact. acated by Mr Moore ITEMS FROM SH.O
-at? Wade, Okla., were present at the. The young people spent a pleas-' W D Lodd who has been work
.taeral He leaves a wife and be-'ant evening in the home of Judge 'ing at Pueblo, Colorado for the pat
vide the children present arc Mrs am Mr, Murphy last Saturday ' three months has returned home
'-Georxia Kitchen of Harwood, Texas, Delightful refreshments were served The Silo basket ball team went to
Urs- Virgie Seal of New Mexico, andi The supper served last Friday at,Fulom Friday afternoon and play
Rank Dalton who is at present in the school building by the Parent- ed them a game of basket ball The
the sanitarium at Sherman Rev. Teather's Association was quite a scores were 4 to 8 in favor of Silo
.Hotrbkin preached the funeral tcr-1 success a neat sum was realized Nina Lodd visited her aunt, Mrs
Trices in the church house after which which will go to benefit the school., Larkin Lodd, for the week-end.
3 large crowd followed his remains' After all had been ervcd they were The Mnall child of Mr.- Hodge 1
to its last resting place treated to a splendid program by ' very "ick w'th pneumonia at this
Mr and Mrs Sumpter's son andlthe Hich School pupils The musical writing
Jaughtcr of Atoka came in Monday
sight to see Mrs- Tigert
Sunday School was not very well
attended Sunday, but wc had Sunday
C- M Brown, Mr. Marshall, Bud
Brock, C- B. Lodd and others went
to Durant Saturday to the F- L- U
aenvention O B- Lodd has bought a new
W. H. Yeats, F- M- Tidwell and
Mr. Hull of Durant attended the fun-
- szal of Mr- Dalton here Friday.
Calvin Crosslin of Honey Grove
5fexcs is here with his grandmother,
Mrs- Dalton- He is going to stay
- w while -with her-
Mr- Hull of Durant is here for a
-week's -visit with his children.
Mr- and Mrs. Earl Martin of Clear
I lake visited her mother, Mrs. Jane
1 Brock of this place Saturday and
. The school girls have their basket
JsaD -and are learning to play.
master Dale Martin is staying
saritfc his grandmother Brock this
Roy Fitzer of Rock Springs visited
rhis brother, Jim here the week-end
.ITEMS FROM UTICA
Airs. Bcola Kelly left for her home
in Dallas Monday after an extended
urisit with her parents, Mr and Mrs
:C II Askins.
J. W I'ruitt and wife left for
home in Harlingen, Texas .Monday!
iliss .May uohus ..pent tucMioy
-Jight with Mrs L J. Sanders
C Davis was a business visitor
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Misses Bertha, Ethel and Bob
Strickland of the S K N of Durant
spent the week-end with home folks
The L'tiea basket ball team iniitch
nd n game with Cypres- and Wolf
Crrek Friday The stores weie 4 to
12 in fuvoi of Utiia
Dewe.v McCandless uf Dallas i
visitor in lIUi this week
The young folks enjoyed a musical
t E I. McCandless S.'iUmlay night
John Itoyic of Aihille wn over
Mrs Gndei was visiting with her
-iisU'r, Mr. Boyce last wtek-end
Will Fairell has been unite ill al
most has pneumonia
ijttle Clytie McCalib, daughter
.tt l)i McCalib reieived a sprained
jnfcle while riding on a merryce
ivhivl at school
.1 V. Turner spent Satmdav with
Miss Miny Lu Bond of Albany was
' jjeru Satin day
Reasor Cain and Mis Elizabeth
Zinnecker motored to Durant Friday
Miss Maggie Dagley spent Thuis
fifay night with Miss Ola Ashford
Miss Ona Ewing and Bud Gray
r"9ere In Albany Monday
B It Childers is on the -sick list
The Bank That Accommodates
The First National Bank
Miss Jessie Bryant spent Saturday
night with Misses Berth and Etfcel
Stanley Watson has been taking:
echool census this week
Little Paul McGowen has been
quite ill this wetjk
Miss Maggie Dagley and Mr. Bill
to Albany Thurs-
Mi1- Elizabeth Zinnecker spent the i
week-end at her home in Durant
Mr Keeling has moed to the home
vacated by Jewell Rickeron who
moved to Durant
Mr. Moore who came here from
Rokchito and purchased the stock of
J. N Jones has moved the stock to
TliiHtit tiiknr.i Iia ti'tll nnnoira In ttiAI
uuiant, ..C.r ..t ... :& ' "..
moreanti e bus ness Mr Heath is
mnvino his stock of rood ta the'
.numbers given by-Mr. Johnson and
Mr and Mrs Byan weie greatly en-
joyed by an appreciative audience
V A. Pope of Durant was in town
one day thisweek
Our girls and boys went to Bok-
chito last Friday for a game of bas -
ket ball The girls came back win-,
ners but our boys were beaten
ITEMS FROM HALE
We have changed our Sunday
School in the evening at 2:30 o'clock -
Everybody invited to come
Fred Haskins had business in Cad
do last week
U- B- Chambers who ha3 pneumo
nia is improving very slow.
Kittle Moffatt is visiting her sis
ter at Buffalo this week-
Miss Madge Adams spent Sunday
with Reis Jackson i Graves were lucky members of the
There was no singing Sunday I Bryan County Pig Club Each re
night on account of bad weather, iceived a registered Duroc-Jersey
Miss Pollie Moffatt returned home .gilt last Saturday.
Saturday from Atoka and Eufaula Mrs Nettie May Chestnut came
where she has been visiting relatives
the past two week' She said they
had quite a snow while in Eufaula.
Mr. and Mr. R E Moran and
Mrs. Elbert Moran visited at G E
Moffatt's Saturda) and Sunday
Daphina King spent Sunday night
with Buulah Bond
Ivar Adam-, sp.-it Sunday with
Chas Hoover anl ergil Bnggs
tailed at Mr Jackson's Sunday night
M.... Ilrit-ii. Tinrf. anpnf 3nturil.iv
, Sund ;U hor hoUK m Bos.i
ii,nr,i i,.,...r t'n.m Mnt.iv was
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visiting in ur community s-'innav while it was raining.
night I Ira Horton spent Saturdav and
Some of the fanner- have began Sunday with Connie Russell,
to sow oats Mr- M A Watts and Mr- Joi-
Mr and Mis Harry Moffatt tookjnn n,ade a trip to Durant Satur
their baby to Bennington Monday to jay
the doctor for treatment r. Sneers will begin Fovving oats
Miss Madge Adam- was -hopping
in Bennington la-t Thursday
rti e ..e !:,. ..i.. - .....
beginning to .sow oats
Miss Ozolln Dicus spent Saturday
night with her friend Cov Corley
Miss Angle Butler of Bennington
spent Friday night with Mr-. E.
The boys of the Blue basketball
earn went to Roberta Friday and
played a game of ball
Miss Mabel Renfro visited hen
friend Lillie Beal Saturday Light
A W Dagley. a teacher of this
DK. A. L. STCCT
Vtxwi State Hank BaOOcc
Phone 888 Re. Pfcone see-J
place spent the week-end with home
folk at Achille.
Mrs. Mattie Townscnd of Durant
visited relatives here last week.
Mrs Pearl Harris left here last
Saturday for her future home at
The fifth Sunday meeting) here
was not a complete .success as the
weather was so bad and some of the
preachers could not come.
Mm Gilbert, of Durant, is is
' iting relatives of this place
Mrs Fount Furlong of Durant wa
ited relatives of this place last week
Arthur Colbert and wife from the
Twelve Mile Prairie are visiting rela
Roy Corley of Pleasant Hill vis
ited relatives here Monday evening.
Marguerite Folson of this place
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Mr and Mrs M E Bishop of Plat-
ter visited in Silo Saturday
Loy Nicholson r was a business vis-
itor in Durant Saturday
The twin daughters of Mr and
Mrs Lester Tucker have been very
sick but are very much improved
Sunday School wa3 not very well
' attended Sunday on account of rainy
I R M. Taylor was a Durant visitor
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!. The ra ny weather, whehwehavo
had for the last two weeks has de
layed oats sowing and spring plow
ing in this community.
Mrs. L C- Seawright is having a
cellar dug on her farm
FROM OLD ALLISON
I Churchill Bennett and Addie
home Saturday from Durant, with
her little daughter Georgia- Her
hand was better at the time, but was
swollen and inflamed again Sunday.
Mr? Gert Johnson spent Monday
with Mrs Mattie Cobb
The bad weather has been keeping
a lot nf children out of school.
There is considerable sickness
around, mo-tly children suffering
Carmine King is real sick and also
( T..lx U'n.t
p mcctinB had a small at-
tendance Ian meeting We had Sun-
,i.. ,.i,i in nicrhteim nreent.
u ;uwip ...- -o- ------ ,
i Tm-dav He rented Mr Chestnut
sunn' of hi- oat land
Messr- Campbell, Watts and a
few other- have set out cabbage
Taylor and Houston Eveiet and
-Marvin Bloodworm iron, ,
Grove spent Monday night with R
WHEN YOU THINK OF
LOANS THINK OF
FRANK H. WHITE
Durant Meat Market
Highest Martot Price
Paid for Cttilt and Bofft
A. W. MASON, Prop.
Ill So. Sec. Durant
SURPLUS $55 fiOOM
DIAL CDKXIN. CmtM
KALPB OWNBT, Amdttmri Cmabitr
J. 8. TURSSR, AmUUmt CaSuf.
ITEMS FROM PRITCnARD
The rain that fell Sunday night
delayed the farmers a few days
Jasper Winingar and Mrs. Will
Wininger and children from Caney
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. Lillie Cummings, her
mother went home with her to visit
for a while.
Earl Cummings spent Sunday eve
ning with T. D. Pearce
Charlie Marlow's baby is on the
sick list this week
Jewell McPherson i on the sick
list this week
There was not any Sunday School
Sunday on account of bad weather.
.Neoma ana uuoy i rearce apeni.
C.iM,lr.i !K DaavI nH Iaia1I siins
f... i ..-,,... n u'oit.... ;. n tVio
sick list this week
Pritchard ball team went to Banty
Friday and took a game from them
A number from this place attend
ed the county FLU meeting at
Cecil Pearce spent Saturday night, f-N,3ton, Saturday
with Albert Walker. ?"" Wood. John Wood, Carl
Mrs T J. Thompson who has been I Pf"; F; -? and Tommle
sick is improving some Wood all made a business trip to Du-
Orandpa Grantham i suffering I ranJ Saturday
with a carbuncle on his neck Mae -N,xon sPent Sunday with
, Ada Ingram
ITEMS FROM KENEFICK . The Franklin boys played Caddo
Lillian Wells and Elenor Coulsor ) second team of basket ball Saturday
,.,.. vUiiincr in rnlpmnn Sntnnl.iv evening Caddo was defeated.
Mrs Drake and Children, after a
week's visit in McAlester returned1
Mr.-. John Miller was in Caddo .
Miss Mary Rankin spent Saturday
night in Armstrong with her par-
Melvin Sittle who has been in
Kenefick for two or three weeks left
for his home in McAlester Saturday
Curtis Lewis and family have just
returned from Tishomingo where
they have been visiting for the past
Dr Dickey of Durant made a
business trip to Kenefick Tuesday.
Earl Haley and Tate Bagwell were
in Coleman Saturday night.
C R. Wells made a business trip
to Caddo Saturday
B. L. Lillie was in Durant Satur
day ITEMS FROM PIRTLE
There was no Sunday School Sun
day on the account of the rain, but
if the weather permits let us be on
Mr. and Mrs Fred and Cary Lind
ley were in Durant Saturday.
Miss Alpha and Gertie Culpepper,
Mi-s Ruby Banner and Leofard
Green attended the party at Pat Murphy"-
Saturday night near Elm
Mrs Murphy and Deahe Barns of
Elm View spent Monday with Mrs
I B. McManus who is quite sick.
Mrs. Culpepper received a great
surprise Friday when her son Boss
came home after a long tny in Sny
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i 'CY jZ'S 'J Ai I PtAST STUFF Tr fi-V-JK
I 'NV5rSvri JLJS " "P I'" 6'"' PLUMB ) 7XX ' - ''y
Just received a car of wire and have new prices which are much
Call on us for your garden tools, Hoes, Rakes, Spades, Porks
and implements of all kinds.
We still have a nice lot of hay for sale at the right price.
Abbott-Brooks-Hall Hardware Company
121 West Main Durant, Okla.
Jim Hicks an4 Bessie Cooper were
visiting in Durant Saturday.
Mr. Hurley and family of Wade
are spending the week with their
son-in-law, 'Mr Anderson
Miss Alpha Culpepper spent Satur
day night with Miss Myrtle Brown
of Elm View.
L- B. McManus made a business
trip to Bokchito Monday.
Walter Hayes of this place will
play ball with the Blue nine this
School will soon be out here-
D. M. Banner was in
FR0M FREENY CHAPEL
, Some few around here have begun
i to sow oats.
John W. Wood was home this week
from his school
Mr and Mrs. Monroe Nixon visit
ed Mr- Jim Sullivan near Liberty
Albert Wood visited Mrs. H-
The dance at Tom Jones was at-
wnaca py a large crowu rnuuj-iuBut
ana enjoyed o an
1b Freeny and twin boys are
getting along fine.
Prayer meeting was omitted Sun-
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ITEMS FROM MEAD
Mrs. Sam Franklin was called to
the home of her mother, Sirs. Trott
at Keirsey Sunday, the later having
slipped on the ice and Sustaining
some serious injuries
Dr. Austin and Henry Gammon
were among the Durant visitors last
Keirsey of Durant is the guest
of his little cousin Sam, Jr. Frank
lin the past few days.
Mrs. Gibson is suffering from an
attack of appendicitis this week.
The many friends of little Harold
Austin will be glad to know that he
has recovered from his serious illness
of the past two weeks
School has been closed indefinitely
awaiting the development of scarlet
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3 1
lever cases- that ware exposed
cimu wiira uainy iv la toe lr
Friday afternoon, but ud t
writing she is the only case reno
Will Yarbrough was visiUmr T
city last Tuseday.
Doc Thompson is moving hU .1
ily to Durant today where b ki
a position in the county treur2l
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adcock
the formers brother, Oran Ad
last Wednesday. A
Mr- Albert Adcock and fin.l
were shopping in Durant on Twjl
MAY SET EGYPT FREE TOO
Great Britain's readiness to
Egypt virtually complete indeptjl
aence was expressed m a statema
issued from the British Foreign 1
lice declaring tnat as soon as
Egyptian and British Govermae
draft an agreement providing cer
safeguards leaders in London
ask parliamentary sanction of a
providing Egyptian sovereignly.
Miss Celeste Brown and Capfa
J. Edwin uough were married in I
reception room of the Presbyter!
College Monday morning, afti
which they left for the Pacific con
for a wedding trip. The bride
the daughter of Mrs. E. H. Lj
wife ot the college resident.
has been a member of the faculty oil
the College for some two years uA
made many-friends here- The grooal
resides at Hamsburg, Pa.
Mrs. Josephine Crabtree and Join
D. Bryant, both of Durant, wen
united in marriage Sunday after
noon, Rev. D. B. Gregory officiating
and the ceremony taxing place at tti
home of the bride, Mr. and Ma
Chas. Helback, on South Ninth n-
nue- Both bride and groom are ml
known and popular here. The grotf
is associated with the Holmes Bra,
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