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JJCIPB PCKANT WREffLY NBW5
Mr. V?n I
KWm I u
Mi" liiK)(. vNUimI homo folk
:Sopci ovoi .Sunday.
Mrs. .McCoy letunuil Satin day
niRht f mini Oklahoma City whore
she -li'tit the ut-i-k isitinir friends
Dr. and Mrs. A. .1. Wiilki-i passed
tbrouRh our town .Sunday enroutc
to Dallas when- they had been called
on nciount of the deuth of Di. Wal
ters Histei. Interment will he made
-at McKinney, their old home.
Ijist Sunday Mr. Jim Roy Itoden
and Miss Medd Jones were married.
These ate two popular young people
of our town. Mr. Koden is connected
with the drujr store of .McCoy and
Itoden and Miss Medu is the eldest
IauKhter of Mi. and Mrs. J. W Jones.!
1 We have a blacksmith shop at Ma
li now. Air. Clifton of Wade has
moed here and is doing work for
i ! I Mckles and Mr. Kelniet hus
uot the joist null running now and
have made meal the two last Satur
days and will ti to continue doing
Ml Ullliflts has liPi-ll dm llin slrW
list the past week.
There was no Sunday School or
I H. Y. I'. U. Sunday on account of the
Aitnur Hicks and family are mov
ling to Dallas, Texas where he has
an engagement for playing ball when
the season opens.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tiirert of Pool
i Oak visited his father Saturday and
ITEMS FROM BLUE
T. If. Gilbert and family of this
place visited their friends, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Brown at Pirtle.
Miss Jennie I'ullen, a teacher of
this place spent this week-end with
home folks at Sopcr.
A large crowd attended singing .it
the Baptist church Friday night.
Miss B. D. Gilbert, who is attend
ing the college at Durant spent Sun
day with friends and relatives of this
Pearly Kusscll attended the Far
mers Labor Reconstruction Union as
a aciegaic irom mis Place and re
turned here Saturday night.
Mrs. T. T. Beal is on the sick list
SNOW STORM CAUSES $30,000
DAMAGE TO TELEPHONE CO.
Miller Gladden wluulatcly suffer-
eu a severe attack of pneumonia is
able to attend school again.
C It. C.nrtnr unnnt iUn ..nt,-...l -i
I... ... . . , , . . I .- --- ..w.fc miv nn.li-WIU Ul
- j-.j iuiu imppiness crown their .Marietta, Okla., with his wife and
ir. .Kiiin nampton or Ilokihitu was
m town Tuesday.
Mi. and Mrs J.
Leone Brown is verv ill ni
it. Allnn nrp Mru nil!.. I)1 .. i
,., .1... ... .., ..,.." . "I... . . """ "" "u WC 01
..-,.,v .... .vici hi oeing granu-pvoodville are vis t ng the family of
parents three times having received1.! 1) Coleman.
a message that theii daughter, Mrs. M.ss Thelma Johnson is spending
II ughes has a son, born Monday. the week with Miss tone Brown
.Smith James is here from his who is ill.
Tiome in Sulphur. They do move' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gooding of Bcn
way but are sure to wander back nington spent the week-end with hte
Mr . ,Vle"- . I ho"'e folks.
VI. A. lope was in town Monday.1 Mrs. Albert Mason who has been
J. W. B. Allen is attending errand snendintr some limn with tir mntiio
lodge at Guthrie this week. Mrs. Geo. Murray has returned to
Rev. Gregg writes from his daugh- ber home in Durant.
ter's in New Mexico that he will re- Geo. B. Morris of Durant was a
turn about the 1st. There will be business visitor here since our last
services at the Presbyterian church ' writing.
.next Sunday morning.
rilOM ROBINSON SCHOOL
The farmers have been benefited
by rain this post week.
J. F. Arnold returned Thursday
from a short visit with relatives in
Alabama, bringing with him his aged
father, who will make his home here
with his son.
Messrs. C. D. Robinson and Gran
ville Baxter attended the County
Convention of the F. L. U. A. at Du
2Vere was a spelling match at Rob
inson Friday night between the Hat-
Misses Sadie Belle and Mabel
Gooding spent Saturday in Denison
Little Aron Goolsby who has been
very ill of pneumonia is some-what
Mr. and Mrs. Laccfield of Olive
Hill, Tcnn.. who have been visiting
Mrs. Lacefield's brother, Dr. C. C.
Yelser have returned home.
Rev. Brown preached to a small
congregation at the Methodist church
Our program at High View was
We did not have Sunday School
last Sunday on account of the bad
Miss Pollie Stephenson spent the
night with Miss Williams Tuesday.
Miss Oru Scoggins spent the night
with Miss Ruby. Smart Thursday
Our pie supper brought $15 00 Fir
day night, proceeds to go for lights
for the school house.
Miss Lillie Andrews spent the night
with Miss Mary Acre Friday.
Miss Helen Kldredge of Roberts
visited our school Friday.
.Mr. iScroggms is on the sick list.
Sundav School at High View oven
Stind.ij at 'JL "10 p. m . singing Sun
Mrs. J. Hen Lewis visited M
Lindsey Kriduy evening.
Frtd Smart and Gabe Forehand
made a trip to Blue Sunday.
Johnie Quurel's spent Saturdaj
night with Roy Scroggins
Mrs. A. C. William was in town
Auotding to information given out
h the local manager for the South
western Bell Telephone Company, the
-now and sleet storm of this week
i nil set) the company a loss of $.0,
iioi) in the State. Theie ate fi"4 poles
down as n lesult of this storm most
nf them in the southeast and south
western portions of the State and
long distance service has been trip
pled. The company has a force of
.1(10 men working clay and night to
ie-toie the lines and service.
SURPLUS WAR CANVAS USED
TO AID IN ROAD BUILDING
.Seven million situate yards of can
vas duck teceived by the Bureau of
Public Roads. United States Depart
ment of Agricultute, as surplus war
material, is now being distributed to
State highway departments for use
in loads construction. A great ouan-
tity of the material will he used to
piotcct concrete roads from the sun
ITEMS FROM CADE
C. McKinney's bam burned
cher .school and Robinson school. A Kridnv nignt near 9:00 O'clock. the
large crowd witnessed the contest cnUHe of the fire is not known. He
and much interest was taken in spell- held no insurance. Neighbors and
,nB . ,. .. the two F. L. U. locals have donated
Mis. Klmer Itienthngei. Mis. Claia aImost as mucll fced stuff a, wa,
lfrentlingei, and Miss Helen Riagan ost
visited the Robinson school Friday The. h ()uite fl ,ot of a;ckne3S ;
.afternoon. our part 0f tne county just now.
Lush Itiown had business in Caddo cie0 iianey, thc iittie 9 ycar 0id
Saturday. M)1, 0f jjri an(j jjrs LcStcr Haney
Mr. and Mis. Geoige Hodel aie the (ilt.(1 lllst Tuesdny of pneumonia. In-
jproud patents of a fine baby bo.v , , tormcnt uns madc jn the Old Church
hoi-n Wednesday, mil. --. moiner
nd babe aie doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cioss st.f shop
ping in Caddo Satm day.
.iic lino mis .i. i . cnoss, ,uss (j
Anna Lee Millei Mi. G. W. Baxter, 0'ilts !m. lomil,B rlBht up and look
and Mr. ('. D. Robinson attended the fme
District meeting of the F. L. U A. at C1Ilshom and Otto Canker
Cairols t Impel 1-ndiiy night. f thc, UiM,en High School spent the
.Mrs. f. M. Phengo visited at them.K ,,,, wilh hoim. Mk.
home of Mis. T. J. O'Den Tuesday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Geoige Wien visited
at W. A. Reedb Sunday.
C. B. Lndd of Matoy was heie Sun-
Otha Hale from .Midwuv visited
Jus biothei. Mclvin Hale, Sunday.
Lush Blown and family visited at.
the home of Mr. and Mrs Geoige
Melvin Hale had husincs., in Du
-N'utlian Smith is on the 'sick list
this week. ,
II EMS FROM MATOY
Having plenty of i.un the past
Quite a lot of sickness in this mi-
tion, mostly flu and pneumonia. Mr. j
Marshall has been leal suk. C. MJ
Brown has been sick, both with flu. I
Miss Alta Blown has been ic.il bad
with pneumonia. Mis ,1 1$ Scalf
was dangeiously ill part of last week
but nil mo bettei to day (Monday.)
('. B. I .add and Mi. Zion went to
a local .south of Caddo Saturday,
When ou put on a grouch. Temem
bei it huits you worse than those
Read the "Pa Up Suit ad on back
page of this paper.
1 nave tne money to loan 10
ou If .vou need it. Lowest
rate quickest service.
FRANK H. WHITE
Oliver Jones from Buffalo was in
this visinity Sunday.
Mr. Earl Gumming spent Satur
day evoning with T. D. Pearce.
Miss Roasie Mitchell spent thc
week-end with home folks in Bok
chito. Pearl and Jewell Simmons spent
Sunday with Neoma and Ruby L.
On account of bad weather there
was no Sunday School.
Mrs. Miller spent fnday evening
with Mrs. J. A. Browning.
Buffalo boys came over Friday and
played a game of base ball with the
boys. The scores being six to one in
Pritchard s favor.
Many folks like to poke fun at the
Lilian with a No. 11 foot, but most
generally he doesn't suffer from
corns After his feet get that big.
he gets his shoes large enough. A
size or two doesn't make any differ
ence to him
A debt you owe to your good ap
pearance Read the "Pay Up" Suit
ad on last page.
a CLASSIFIED ADS
MACHINERY: One Omant Slx-columi
folder, with Inaert board allowing th
folding of either four, eight, ten, oi
twelve newapaper pagea In good con
dttlon Lut needa a few repalra Re
placed by larger outfit. Juat th
thing for country newapaper of eight
pagea Price $100 00 delivered ox
cara at Durant. Durant Weekly New
Durant Meat Market
Highest Market Price
Paid or Cattle and hoot
A. W. MASON, Prop.
Ill So. Sec. Durant
New National Bank
Wednesday morning, March 1, this bank began
business as the American National Bank of Duiant,
Oklahoma, instead of the American State Dank of
The Capital stock of the institution is now $100,
000 instead of $50,000 and the surplus is $20,000 In
stead of $15,000 as formerly. The doubled capital
stock and increased surplus enables us to better serve
the needa of our customers and be of greater service
to the community.
The officers of the new Institution are the same
as guided the destines of the former one.
The American National Bank
FROST-PROOF Cabbage and Ber
muda Onion plants. Fine, deep
rooted, open-field grown. Better
plants and quicker service cannot bo
had anywhere nor at any price. Cab
bage varieties.: Early "Jerseys, Char
leston Wakefield, Flat Dutch, and
Copenhagen Market. 100, 50 cents;
300. 51; 500, $1.35; 1000, ?2.35;
5,000, $10; postpaid. Crystal Wax
and White or Yellow bermuia onion
plants. 300, 80 cents; 500, $1.25;
100, $2; 5,000, $8.50; postpaid.
Prompt shipment and safe arrival
guaranteed. If you are not aatsified
in every respect, your money back.
Standard Plant Co , Bay City, Texas.
YOUNG MEN, women, over 17 de
siring government positions. S130
monthly, write for free list of posi
tions now open, it. Terry, former
Civil Service examiner). 10G1 Con
tinental Bldg Washington. D. a.
FOR SALE: Genuine Porto Rico Seed
Potatoes. $1.50 per bushel. See C.
Peterman at the Fairgrounds. 9wa27
FOR SALE: Frost Proof Cabbage
Plants, all varieties: 5.000. Si.nn- in.
000, $7.00; 1,000, $1.00. Potato and
Tomato plants $1.50 per 1000. Klnsey
onoiesaie. nant Co., Valdosta, Ga.
STRAYED One three-year-old Hol
stein Jersey heifer, spotted cream
color, branded "L" on left hip, calf
2 weeks old. J. W. Briggs. Bennlnc-
ton, Okla. 8ws3
FOR SALE: Registered Jersev Bull.
old enough for service. $50.00. W.
M. Leonard, Durant, Okla. 8wstf
RLTOAD-ISLAND Red emr tnr ,.
ting 75 cents a setting of 16 eggs
at my residence two aalUs south of
Keasfick. J. P. Bogan 8ws2
a RUDE RURAL RHYMES
n:t utitt tilt it nun u nuutt
It I'.ij- To Advertise
The little floweis by nill and dell
hae learned their little lesson vell
The) Ine.ithe sucet .scents for bees
and flic because it pays to adver
tise The incct visitors that fall in
or light upon the edge and crawl in,
the butterflies and bugs and ants
get pollen on their coats and pants,
and willy-nilly thus they share in
every floral love affair If I had
peach and apple trees, I'd put thc
proper spray on these, and when the
fruit was red and ripe I'd tell the
world in good plain type, so plain
that the who ran might read and
by the fruit their children need. That
ad so neatly I would phrase it that
every gent and dame would praise it.
In long impatient lines they'd stand
to buy the Rural Rhmer brand. To
keep theii lungs and livers right
they'd chew my apples day nnd night.
A primrose by the river's rim, plain
nrimiose wns to me and Jim, ana
FRIDAY, MARCH 3 uJ
while they are being cured and to
piotect from lain cement piled leady nn one else hnd trreatlv nrized it un
for use on the roads. It will also be I til the poet advertised it. The mean
used as tents for load constructionist flowet that grows I think might
tompoiai storage , male a hit through printer's ink
gangs, loots tor
houses and garages and to coei load
machinery in bud weathei.
Hill Spivens says the man who lays
ilnwn on his job picks n nughtj poor
When you "Pay Up" don't forget
youiself. Rend thc "Pay Up" ad on
1st insertion March a. .
3rd Insertion March 17, imJ
STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
COUNTY OF BRYAN. "' .
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN i
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STjS
Mrs. Emma Haynes, Plaintiff,
Will E. Haynes, Defendant.
State of Oklahoma to Will K. Hm,
You will take notice that you l
been sued in the above named p
by the plaintiff, Emma HayneiTl
a cuvorce, anmony ana the
oi your iwo cnnarcn; and vou i
answer the petition filed thnt.i
said plaintiff on or before the IB
day of April, A. D 1922. 0,
petition will be taken as true tnj!
judgment ior saia plaintiff as pn
lor win De rcnacrea accordingly.
Court Clerk of Bryan County,
Uttcrback & MacDonald,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
READY MONEY-NO WAITl
NO RED TAPE
If You Make Your Farm
FRANK H. WHITE
Play Fair With Yourself
PayUp That Old
You've Been Owing Your
Self For So Long
Nothing to be gained by put
ting it off.
Everything" to lose if you do
because to wait means sec
ond choice of the best, besides
the loss of a full season's wear,
and the satisfaction of being1
dressed up for Spring-.
tf?l H af.fc fit. llbV'A
Smart Sport Models
Mark the styles for the younger Men with suits of tweed,
homespun and cashmere materials, built one and two button
rolled fronts, single and double breasted plaited patch pock
ets, plaited backs, half and all-round, removable belts, leather
and carved bone buttons suits of real merit for fit and wear
coming from the homes of
with ironclad guarantees for satisfactory service at prices
that surprise and please, too:
$19.50 $24.85 $30.00 $75.00 $42.50
Serges, Worsteds and other staple plaids, herringbone, pin
stripes are included in the above range of prices.
f hnirP All SPRING STYLES FOR
WWllC tUt THE YOUNG MEN in
tfatcnn a b,6 array of shapes,
iJieiSUll ) shades and sizes Steel
Mn.r1:s sray, Dark Brown,
novelties i Green, Black, Taupe,
7 nit ( Lint Brown, trimmed
p .UU in contrasting shades.
Complete Line Staple Shapes
Young Bros. Hats
The product of an enormous exclu
sive Eastern hattery, featuring a big var
iety of styles, straight and rolled brims,
stitched and bound edges, high grosgraln
bands, silk lined, in every desired color
sized 6 3-4 to 7 6-8 nnd popularly
91.00, $5.00 and $0.00
Other Hats $3.46. 92.85, 93.50 up
Shirts for Spring
. mi -- DUWANT. OKLA. T