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r.'RBRUARY 3, 1922
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. vRAr.H GROVE
., i Hollcy from Denlson
, .. v and Sunday with his
,pon ,1 hhoda Honaker.
cousin iiti.p snent Sun-
,i McNeely Sunday in
M
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day '
D m'.' ' V ' Kuykendall and family
"I'd ' w Mayhew Sunday,
8C "' Kennedy is on the sick
li'l.!' inlap, County Agent and
!,' i ,'ham. County Superin-
jjjl . led on our school this
wc1 rs. Lee Lane visited their
da'upln ft. Charles Templcton in
CUi'i ''au'dill who has been vis-
!,, indmother, Mrs. Le tanc
"". (1 to his home in Big
Sprmir ,a3'w.cather has hindered
v.i',, . oat in this community,
"j;" -v is quite sick with sore
throat fever this week.
jjr v i Dawson and family vis-
,..a Stillwell Sunday.
ft V M'Piey purcnuscu a imc
j(- y ch cow from Virgil Cole
la vtwr She nas been lesrea. one
m , . 0l. pound of .butter a day. The
cow i Jean. old. She is a pure-
j, i C- Kennedy visited the See
ley cl ' Thursday afternoon. This
is tthi aoro of the patrons should
o
Gi....- Ferguson is no better. He
is still uiiiM- to bo up. Mrs. Mary
Scelcy no better. Shj l3 still con
f.ncdto her room.
Mr- .T L- Peyton of Denlson, Texas
is vM'.ng Mr. W. A. Morgan this
weik
The Misses Jeneva and Marietta
Fcrgu- n visited Delia Koonee Sun
day. Othe 1 Pruitt is on the sick list this
week
ITEMS FROM MEAD
Too late for last week)
T. weather continues unsettled;
we faa.l our first infant snow this
week However, the sun shone out
and nas soon melted away.
CI i Templeton made a short vis
it ! e Wednesday from Durant
bc i- is located with the First
Nati ;il Hank.
51 W. G. Austin has returned
km! ''mm Silo where she spent Sev
ern1 ivs at the bed-ide of her sister,
nl. he ii-putto n. very much im
pr I
' dame Hvii Jefferson of Brown
Bf. I uli Croley of Caddo are at the
led 1c of their little nephew Harold
A i. n, -on of Dr. and Mrs. W. S.
A ti who ii seriously ill with pneu-
r i
Jail.iinn. Reuben Mceks and
J ' McMi-ti-i are among the Du
i visitor this week.
'S. Jackman who has been con
t 1 to her bed for several days is
a to be about again.
cssrs Albert Adcock and Geo.
1 .i ris were business visitors to Du
vs t Thursday
.Irs. M C Waits of Caddo is vis
iting: Dr. Austin and family this
week.
Edecl Cates of Silo v In M..A
last Wednesday.
Sam Franklin went to Duron una
day this week.
.Miss Bculah Sulton of Texas is
visiting her cousin Pearl Sanrfu thin
week.
ITEMS FROM HIGH-VIEW
Some of the farmers have begun
sowing oats.
Mrs. Thelma McGregor of Denlson
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Smart.
Miss Ncma' Williams was the
guest of Ruby Smart Friday night.
Brother Greene preached at High
View Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ruby Smart spent the night
with Ora Scroggin Sunday night.
The farmers union is progressing
nicely at High View.
Miss Nema Williams of High View
spent the night with her sister, Mrs.
Mamie Moore Saturday night at Ro
berta. Mr. J. Ben Lewis was a business
visitor at Durant Friday.
Miss Opal Vaughan Miss Velma
Williams visited the school Friday
afternoon.
There was quite a number of
young folks attended the party at
Mr. Richard Thompsons Friday
night all reported a nice time..
Mrs. Scroggin visited relatives at
Sherman, the past week-
Mrs. A'a Gready has been on the
sick list this week.
Everybody is invited to singing
Sunday night at High View.
FROM ROBINSON SCHOOL
Casto Pierce is home for the week'
end.
We had a good rain Saturday
night which will be of much benefit
to the farmers.
Some of our farmers attended the
Farmer's County convention in Du
rant Saturday.
Misses Myrtle Slaton and Anna
Lee Miller were shopping in Durant
Saturday.
We did not have Sunday School
Sunday on the account of the weath
er. Hyram and C D. Robinson, Jr.
spent Saturday night with Albert
Hibdon.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Dea,
Tuesday, a boy weighing thirteen
anaJiannnanna
B LODGE DIRECTORY
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DURANT LODGE No. 40 A.FJU.M.
Stated communications on Thurs
day night after the full Moon ot each
month. Visitors welcome.
O. B. DUNLAP, W. M.
J. C. SCOTT, Sec'y.
1- ftnWmfv mm ,
pounds. Mother and babe are doing
well.
Mrs. J. D. Abbott of Durant is
spending the week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. O'Dea.
Mrs. J. C. Gross was in Caddo
Monday.
Mrs. J. F. Arnold left for Texas
Sunday, to see her brother who is ill
Mrs. P. J. Harley of Lehigh is vis
iting her brother this week, T. J.
O'Dea.
G. W. Baxter had business near
Roberta Friday.
Elmer Thompson of Caddo was in
our community Sunday.
Miss Alfred Pherigo is home this
week-end.
June Robinson was out to his farm
Saturday.
Some of our fanners have begun
sowing oats.
KEIRSEY ITEMS
Mr. Mclnnish went to Sherman
Wednesday to see his brother, who
has undergone an operation, and who
is not doing so well at this writing.
Walter Taft went to Gunter, Texas
Wednesday on business.
Miss Dorclc White spent Thurs
day night with Miss Ella Bunn.
Clifford Baggett and Milton Keir
scy took some cattle to Durant Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Keirsey spent
the day with Mrs. Baggett 'and fam
ily Sunday.
Mrs. Trott fell Sunday and was
badly hurt, but is some what better
at this time
Last Sunday the people of Keirsey
organized a Christian Endeavor.
Mrs. Daniel spent the week-end
with Mrs. Conn, of Durant.
Barlow Graham was in Silo Sun
day. Elmer Colsom was in Keirsey Sat
urday night.
Mollie Dee Bond was elected presi
dent of the Christian endeavor at
Keirsey.
ITEMS FROM CADDO
Miss Treaa Bell Laughlln of Bok
chito visited relatives in Caddo last
Tuesday.
Morris Overstreet was ud from
Durant Sunday to visit home folks. I
Audra Hipp is here from McAles
tor. Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Dea are re
joicing over the arrival of a fine
baby boy since last Tuesday.
Mrs. A. B. McCoy has returned
from a visit with relatives and
friends in Ft. Worth.
Mr. and Mrs- Bennett of Durant
visited Mrs. Henry Bass last week.
Mrs. June Robinson visited rela
tives in Denlson last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haigh are
here from Chicago to spend several
days kith Mrs. Haigh's parents
Frank Williams visited Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Williams in Durant
last week-
Mr. and Mrs. Fite of McAlester
'visited Mr- and Mrs. L. B. Young
last week.
Miss Bonnie Dale was a Calera
visitor last Saturday-
FROM DOWNING CHAPEL
The weather which we have been
having for the past week is very
I ( J
JUST RECEIVED
I S hhlpment of beautiful Ger-
ilums, Begoniaa, Primroses
" id Cyclamen all neatly pot
' d.
Buy one and take home
ddH a glow of warmth to the
' ome on gloomy days.
See Them Today
DURANT CHAPTER No. OS, R. A. M.
Regular meetings on Friday night
before tbo full Moon of each monUi
Visitors welcome.
JOHN W. HBRNDON, H. P.
J. C. flCOTT, 8ec'.
DURANT OOMMANDRY No. 81 K.1.
Regular conclave, aeeond and
fourth Tuesdays of each month. Vis
itors welcome.
J. D. HICKMAN, E. C.
J. 0. 8C0TT, Recorder
DURANT CHAPTER No. 17 O. B. B.
Regular meetings on Saturday
alght on or before the full Moon of
each month. VUltora welcome.
MRS. M. ORAY, W. II.
MRS. V. M. COUB, BtxTj
MINISTERS
can appreciate the advantages of
CORONA. Just talk to any minis
ter who has a responsible charge
he will bespeak the clerical work at
tached.
T7F3cnolWratJtg'MxJ4m ,...
will save hours of labor and make
clerical work and correspondence a
REAL PLEASURE.
SEE ONE DEMONSTRATED
114 North Third
E. M. EVANS, Dealer
IT PAYS
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Our store was filled last
Saturday with Customers
folks who buy groceries for
caah They pay leBS and
save money. Try it yourself
this Saturday.
It's The Only Way
Market Square Store
M. C BASS. Prop.
103 N. 1st
'Phone 100
Denison
Sherman
McKinney
Dallas
Waxahachie
Hillsboro
Waco
Enni8
Cor8icana
and intermediate points
Reached Hourly
Direct connections at
Dallas for
Ft. Worth and Cleburne
disagreeable and is causing a various
amount of sickness.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen White
a fine boy baby. Mother and babe
are doing nicely.
Mrs. Osle Prane of Stone Bluff
is on an extended visit to her father,
and mother.
Todd Roller of Virginia came in
Saturday to visit his brother, Her
bert Roller and family.
I. Z. Williams of near Mt. View.
Oklahoma came down last week to
sell his property here, but returned
Tuesday.
Miss Clara Daniel visited near
Liberty Monday.
Friends of Bro. Austin Greene of
Liberty were sorry to hear that he
had to go back to thn hospital: his
condition is reported serious.
Coming To Denison
DR. MEI.LENTHIN
SPECIALIST
iu Internal Medicine for the
past eleven years.
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
PARKE HOTEL .
FRIDAY FEB. 24.
Office Hoars: 10 a. m. to 4 p.
Durant Flower Shop
'Phone 939
127 N. 8rd
QUICK MONEY TO LOAN
ON
BRYAN COUNTY FARMS
FRANK H. WHITE
USE SLOAN'S TO
WARD OFF PAIN
LITTLE aches grow into big pains
unless warded off by an applica
tion of Sloan's. Rheumatism,
neuralgia, stiff joints, lame back won't
fight long against Sloan's Liniment.
For more than forty years Sloan's
Liniment has helped thousands, the
world over. You won't be an excep
tion. It certainly does produce results.
It penetrates without rubbing. Keep
this old family friend always handy
for instant use. Ask your neighbor.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
(Ktf fe .
tJ.UC&
Limmentfs
Keep Yourself Dry With
Our Good Raincoats
'and Slickers
SULKY PLOWS
and Grain Drills
Aa well as all other implements
are cheaper this year than hut
If you need any thing in plow
goods, harness, wagons, or
buggies, it will pay you to seo
as before buying.
Van Brunt and Superior Drills,
12 disc $100.00
A. L. Severance Hardware Co.
J West Main R-f ru.- r
W Wt Main Street
Durant, Okla.
Good grade Raincoats, made of army-mask cloth, colors
Olive and Tan very nicely made regular price $15.00
very specially priced
$6M
Men's Aligator Brand Walking Slicker colors Olive
and Tan, trimmed with tan leather belt and collar very
dressy very specially priced at
Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes, every pair guaranteed
to give satisfaction or new pair in its place very specially
priced
$2.25, $2.85, $3.45 and $3.85
Men's Solid Leather Dress Shoes in all the leading lasts
in Vicl Kid, Russia Calf and Gun Metal very specially
priced
$3.45, $3.85, $4.45, $4.85 and $5.45
Price our women's
and children's shoes
before you buy we
will save you money-
Price our blankets
and Comforts befors
you buy wo will save
you money.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Is That Cold and
Cough Hanging On?
YOU will 'be convinced that Dr.
Kini's New Discovery does iiut
what it is meant to do soothes cough
raw throats, congestion-tormented
chests, loosens the phlegm pack and
breaks the obstinate 'cold and grippe
attack, relieves the congestion in the
head. No harmful drugs, therefore
good for children as well as grownups.
Right away you will notice the
rlinntrl. tnr tnA fvMir line n nn.
vincinf;, healing taste that you will j
appreciate, uuy a Dome at any drug.
gists on the way home to-night, 60c j
Dr. King's
New Discovery
For Colds and Cou&Hs
Lary People, Lazy Bowels. Don't"
neglect constipation. It undermines
the health, takes all vim out of
vou. Dr. King's Pills will invigorate
the system, stir up the liver, move the
bowels. All druggists, 25c.
D PROMPT! WON'T GRIPE
r. Kind's Pills
ONE DAY ONLY
i
No Charge for Consultation '
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular gradu
ate in medicine and surgery and to
licensed by the state of Texas. Ha
visits professionally the more impor
tant towns and cities 'and offers t
all who call on this trip free consul1
tation, except the expense of treat
ment when desired.
" According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate for chroale
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoids
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in disease of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
ney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica,
leg ulcers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any
length of time and do not get any
better, do not fail to call, as Improper
measures rather than disease an
very often tho cause of your lone
standing trouble
Remember above date, that consul
tation on this trip will be free and
that his treatment is different
Married women must be accompa
nied by their husbands.
Address: 886 Boston Block, Miaae
apolis, Minn.
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE
The auto bandit doesn't sleep much. He watches
your car awaiting the first opportunity to make off
with it.
That car of yours represents a neat investment
why not protect that investment. AUTO INSUR
ANCE IS THE ONLY WAY.
RATES VERY LOW
SALMON & GILSTRAP
DURANT, OKLA.
Telephone 22 120 N. Third
"ATf.acJLie Jones,ihe
cook lady stys tell
the mister to order
more Kellott's Cora
Flakes right away,
because they ain't no
more in the whole
house. Everybody's
eating Kellon's
they re so awful
zoodl"
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Don't wait another day to
know the ddiciousness of
Kklbggh Corn Flakes
How Kellogg's Corn Flakes appeal to the
most fastidious appetites! What a wonder
picture they make all joyously tumbled and
jumbled in a big bowl; sunny-brown, oven
fresh the gladdest good-to-eat cereal you've
ever tasted or looked upon!
Kellogg's Corn Flakes arc a revelation
palate-ticklers that bring the sunshine right
into the breakfast room and get the day going
all right ! Never was such flavor as you'll find
in Kellogg's; never was there such all-the-time
crispness! And Kellogg's are never leathery
or tough or hard to eat!
Your happiness will know no bounds when
you sec the little folks come back for "more
Kellogg's, Mother, please!" Kellogg's win
everybody they're so delicious!
Insist upon KELLOGG'S and you'll get
KELLOGG'S the original Corn Flakes in
the RED and GREEN package!
Don't forget, KELLOGG'S
Corn Flakes are made by the
folks who gave you the JUN
GLELAND Moving Pictures.
Coupon inside every package
of KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes
explains how you can obtain
another copy of JUNGLE
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