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TnE Durant Weekly News
FRIDAY, MARCH in
I'EMS I'ltO.M MEAD
Jim Tiiitt fine! family spent the
day with Mrs. Trott'h tlnuBhtor. Mrs.
S. Frnnklin last .Sunday.
Mr. Airinctnn i on the roml ti u-covery-
Mrs. I.ucien I'ittmnn is tuvovcring
from her illness of the past two
Mr. Ilifrhtower is also improving.
Messrs George and Jim Ynrbrough
and family attended Sunday School
and church here Sunday.
John McAlisler and family went
to Durnnt one day last week.
Mrs. Gibson returned last Tuesday
from the Sherman Hospital, where
she underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis. Messrs Dr. Austin, Berry Franklin
-and Henry Gammon were among
those who went to Durant Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Franklin attended
the Tindcs day exposition last Tuesday.
Miss I'oarl Sands, is visiting home
folks at Cooper. Texas for a few
days. Mrs. Troutt, our music teacher is
preparing a little program for the
recital she intends giving at Silo in
the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Cozier Wright of Du
rant visited their parents hero Sat
urday and Sunday.
flu and pneumonia is very much im
pioved at this writing.
Mrs. Hiley Franklin ha" heen very
sick the past few doy, but is some
better at this time.
.Mrs. Albert McDonald has been
quite sick this week but is better.
Miss Joyce Freeman visited in
Varnaby Satuiduy and Sunday.
.Mi-. Saiah Smith of Ilendrix is
visiting her brother's family. Mr
and Mrs. Noah Hargi this week. She
was called to the bedside of the little
FROM VEACII GKOVE
Mr. Henry Smith who has been
working in the oil fields at Brecken
ridge, Texas had the misfortune of
a broken leg. He arrived hero last
Monday. Ho is now at the homo of
his brother, Jim Smith across Blue
Mr. N. F. Dawson and family opent
Sunday with M. E. Stilweil.
Miss Dollic Mae Moslcy from Du
rant is visiting Verna Reynolds this
Mr. John Mills is visiting his bro
ther T E. Mills at Wasctttt this week,
.Mr. Mac Lane is on the sick list
this week. It is a tusscl with chilk
.Mrs. W. A. Morgan received a long
"distance telephone message Monday
stating that her mother was criti
cally ill and too come nt once. Mrs.
Morgan left on the evening train
Monday for Leonard. Texas.
Roy liluodworth spent Sunday with
Jlnrk and Claude Mills on the Serlev
Mrs. C. T. Reynolds is on the -iik
list this week.
Mrs. V. M. Morse spent Wednes
day evening with Mrs. C. T. Rey
nolds. Vernii Reynolds and Dollic Moe
ley visiteil Sepley school Friday.
illr. and .Mrs. ('. T. KevnnMs Link-
supper with Mr. and Mrs. Morse
ITEMS FROM BLUE
Brother Sengraves filled his regu
lar attointment at the Baptist church
Saturday night and Sunday.
Weaver Brown and family of Pir
tie spent Saturday night and Sunday
with relatives of this place.
Miss Lillie Bcal spent Sunday with
relatives in Bokchito.
Alvin Ward of Durant spent Sun
day with his friends. Mr. E. Dicus
A largo crowd attended preaching
here Sunday night.
Miss Ozella Dicus who is attend
ing school at Durant spent the week
end with home folks here.
There was no singing here Friday
night because the electric lights
would not burn.
Miss Fayc Stcen, a teacher of this
J. H. North was on the sick list
Carney Gregory of Matoy was vis
iting hi-t father last Sunday.
John .Simmons and family spent
.Sunday with Mr. Cain and family
S. J. John-cm and family spent
Sunday with Mr. S. Miller and
J. L. Meadows i-s on the sick list
Archie Gregory spent Saturday
night with Butt and Leslie Browning.
Mrs. Jarrett B. Walker spent Sun
day evening with Mrs. T. D. Pearce.
Bessie Meadows spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Ethel Hugh.
Miss Ros3ie Mitchell spent the
week-end with homefolks in Bokchito.
Mrs. Varner and two children of
Burkburnett are here visiting her
father. Rev. J. W. Gregg. Mr. and
Mrs. James Gregg arc making their
home with Mr. Gregg.
Mis .Evans was a week-end visi
tor with home folks in Hugo.
Wallace Havill left Sunday for
Dallas. Mrs. Havill remained for a
few day i
J. M. Lloyd and daughter. Mildred
were in Howell sjaturnny to nave
lilaee siient the week-end with home dental work done.
folks at Boswell. The young people enjoyed a nice
T. T. Bcal of this place left hre social evening at the home of Judge
for New Mexico Saturday. and Mr-. Murphy Saturday.
r- Chas. McDonald and family spent
FROM I'RITCHARD Sunday in the country- nt the home
A pic supper was given here Sat- of Mr. McDonald's father. Mr. Rice
urday night in interest of the school Taylor.
ball team. There will be preaching at thei
Our school is almost out: onlv six Pre-bvterian church next Sunday1
weeks more. Eighth grade appli- morning and evening.
cants ofr diplomas will double any
previous year of our school. A good FROM ROBINSON SCHOOL
school is the greatest asset for any ' There is quite a lot 'of sickness in
community. The school board is our community just now.
talking of employing four teachers , Bro. Walters filled his regular ap
A number of Pritchard people were . pointment Saturday night and Sun
number of Pritchard people were day.
in Bokchito last Saturday. , W. I. Hatcher of the Hatcher com-
The late freeze did considerable i munity had the misfortune to fall
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sain Prentice
a fine baby girl, Monday mornin.
Mother and babe nre doing nicely.
C. D. Robinson. G. W. Baxter. W.
V. Baxter. George Tugwell. and Miss
Kathleen O'Dea had business in Du
.Mrs. C. D. Robinson and sons, C.
1). and Hyram. also Miss Anna Lee
Miller spent Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. T. J. O'Dea.
Miss Susie Pherigo. who is work
ing in Denison spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
N. D. Ready and Chas Smith from
Carrol's Chapel visited the F. L. U.
A. here Monday night.
Most of the farmers think their
outs are safe since the hard freeze.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Baxter visited
their daughter, Mrs. G. A. Crossctt
in Caddo Sunday.
Mrs. T. J. O'Dea spent Monday eve
ning with Mrs. G. W. Baxter.
The entire community sympathizes
with J. C. Gross in the loss of his
mother, Mrs. Tom Gross.
Guy Crossett. Jr.'. was in our com
F.lbert Thompson of Caddo was
vi-iting fiiends in our communty
Geo. Trigwell returned Monday
from McAlester where he purchased
-evernl head of registered hogs.
W. T. Height had business in Bok
OWEN DENIES REPORT
i The News has a telegram from
! Thomas H. Owen, in which he denies
I the report wintcd last week in a
I Tulsa newspaper to the effect that he
'has withdrawn from the race for Gov-
'eiAor. In his telegram Mr. Owen
jsaid that his platform will be an
nounced very shortly.
Il insntlon Marrh 10th. 1H22
4th intertlon March mat. 1H2-J
S'l TK OF OKLAHOMA,
Joe the Plodder says men without
push are always looking for pull.
ill XIV OK BRYAN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN ANI FOR
SAIIt COUNTY AND STATU.
D I Crawford, Plaintiff.
.T II Holland, ft al.. Defendant!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ihf State of Oklahoma to K. I,. Rlckernon:
Take notice that you have heen sued In
th al,',' niiniod rourt hy the above named
plaintiff. D. D Crawford, in which it la
ought to obtain judgment forecloalng the
lien renerved in three notea of $3101.33,
nlth interest thereon at the rate of elirht
ler rent per annum from January 1st, 1021,
and alpied hv sou. and payable to J. II.
Holland and Tom Moore; the lien being ro
cried en the following deacrlbed real
nhe SKI, of NKV, BE li of SWi of
NF.'l : Lot 4 HWIJ of NW'W i and V'$
of SWW of SEW of NW of Section 1:
K". of SK of NKVi: and SW'U of BRVt
f Nil', nf Section 2. Tonnship 0 South,
Range t East of the Indian Ilase and Me
mil. in riuitniuinc lis', acren: and Lota 1,
2 and 1. N4j of 8EU of SWU s SEU
of si:, of nv"i i:a of swi of sew of
XWl X's of MVi4 of XE4. and 8Vi
i.r SV4 of XEJ of Section 1, Township
'.i Soulli llinpo 0 Emt containing 10.1
acres, of the Indian Ilase and Meridian
t . li .nt i "t,. were pledged as collateral
MTimtv for tlio piiwnent of n note of ,T, II
Holland and JI II Lemon of $7500.00, us
,1,'-, riliid in pl.iintiff'a petition
Vni inuat answer the said petition filed
In this court liv the said plaintiff on or he.
fore the 22nd diy of April. 11)22. or said
pi'tilioti will le taken as true and a udg
minl for the Mid pliintlff for foreclosure
nf thft 1ln vwJ I- -.
.),. ..u . ;!.!.. "r noil
same will be rendered iecordl. "
er with all costs and other .??''
Of Ihla you will take ?,!! I? '.'
em yourself accordingly. "c Mj
...i--. . . . n..j.
uiieroacic Mcuonald. ""na
Attorney for Plaintiff
1st insertion March in
4th insertion March 31. io2f
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
COUNTY OF BRYAN. '""
Minnie Mahaley, Plaintiff.
John Mahaley, Defendant.
Case. No. 6007
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA
John Mahaley. Defendant
The Defendant. John MahaL
hjntwiKv nA.flfta.1 tVint t 1 '
...., ...... svu .urn, lie Jias Ota).
by the plaintiff. Minnie Mahal
unruiic uii Kiuunua ui gross neji
of duty and extreme cruelh .
must answer the petition filed h j
plaintiff, Minnie Mahaley, on n-il
fore the 24th day of April, ljja
the allegations as set forth h
petition of the said plaintiff ri
taKen as true ana judgment for
rorcc. custoay 01 cntiarcn will be g
Witness my hand and the set J
said court on tms the 9th dijj
B Ralph H. Daugherty,
Uttcrback & MacDonald.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
damage to oats around here
T. J. Waddle visited R. C. Gregory
from a load of hay and was painfully
injured He i getting along very
well at present.
(Continued from page nine )
Claim No. To Whom For What Purpose
o5 Leo Thompson, Assigned Claim - .. .
JO W. O. Kennedy, Roadwork
27 J. L. Blntrir. Roadwork
Claim No. To Whom
28 Mart Love Roadwork-
For What Purpose
Democrat Printing Co. Printing
Rockwell Bros. Co.. Lumber
u. li. uavis, Koadwotk
S. L. McKinzic Lumber Co.. Lumhor
m. i;. uoouuig, Lumber
E. G. McKinncy Hdw. Co., Supplies
W. II. Fleming. Express
ITEMS FROM MIDWAY
Little Tiiniinie Jean RnumlMivill,
is real sick.
iurs. uiu I'owell N not any better
nt tins writing.
Had n nuc crowd out for Sunday
School Suiidaj evening.
Singing .Sunday night u;ls wo at.
Mistes Katie Bell Graham and Vel
nm Weber viulnl Winnie Graham
Miss l.u, ,t. Ihmning , H,.anVt.
Goocli uttendeil Sunday Schonl Sun-
Mr. and Mi-. Weber xi-itnl I'rof.
Rounilsiivillf .Sunday .-ifleini.oii. Mrs.
M. 1.. Browder :iNc -p(.nt the dav
Vitle and Ol.i Gialiaiii were visiting
his mother ami father lat week.
Victor (ii.ihain. Waller Norri and
.Mr. Bi'nw.ler ,ent the day al ('. G.
Ginhuni!- last Friday.
Misses Durtha Sltillins af Ann
atrong einiiiiiiiuity weic visiting
.Myrtle Bod Sunday.
Imf, Kmindsuville, M. L. Urowder.
Onie Blan ere in Caddo Saturday.
ITEMS FROM MATOY
Frank Hull is dragging the road
this morning (Monday).
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hull of Durant
-went honio Saturday after a 10 days
visit here with thier children.
T. H. Benton and wife Mrs. Becky
Fitzer. Mr.s. Fred Yeats and J. D.
Nickles were Caddo visitors Monday.
Frank Hull went to Cnddo Satur
day. Bud Cummingh was a visitor in
Mr. and Mra. C. B. Ladd visited at
-Cade Sunday afternoon.
G. N. Harkcy went to Caddo Monday.
Claim No. To Whom For What Purpose
32 Sutherland Lumber Co.. Lumber (disapproved).
43 J. L. WiUon, Roadwork .
415 J. L. Wil.son. Roadwork ."
47 Guaranty State Bank, Assigned Claim
48 Democrat Printing Co., Printing . .
411 Durant Motor Car Co., Supplies
CD Rockwell Bros.. Co.. Lumber ... . . ..
SI J. A. Burkhurt, Roadwork
,r2 J. A. Venable, Roadwork
53 E. W. Denton, Roadwork
51 W. II. Hender.son. Roaduurk
.10 J. C,
ITEMS FROM ROMIA
(Too lato for last week)
We are very eorry to report J. It.
Blaln no better at this writing.
J. P. and Snow Pruitt were Du
rant visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Markum are the
proud parenU of a fino girl since
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hargis' little
girl who has been very sick with the
$ QUICK MONEY TO LOAN
BRYAN COUNTY FARMS
FRANK H. WHITE
Davis. Road wot k
Bain, Blacksmithing (disapproved).
,., . v. KEMP TOWNSHIP
Claim No. To Whom For What Purpose
2S Dick Steele, Assigned Claim . .. .
Us G. . Hoaird. Assigned Claim
31 Jno, T. Turner. Road wotk
32 Democrat Printing Co., I'rinting ..
33 C. L, Wear, Roadwoik
34 J, C. Bain, Blatk.smithing ... ..
, . .. ALBANY TOWNSHIP
C laim No. ro hom For What Puro-e
flb Sutherland Lumber Co. Lumber .
57 .1. I. Harmon. Roaduoik '.
5S Scott Powell, Assigned Claim
fill W. T. Young, Assigned Claim . .
M C. I). Butler. As-signed Claim . .
til .1. T. Harmon, Roadwoik . . . ...
!2 O. L. Castlebeny, Assigned Claim . IH.
i3 Democi.it Pi inting Co.. I'rinting
til M. II. Ttirnbaugli, Roadwork
US P. Ciipnhuw, Roadwoik ......
li E. ('. Biiiikley, Roadwoik . .
t7 P. I.. Cain. Assigned Claims . .
lis S. L. McKinzic Lumber Co.. Lumber .....T
i9 W. M. Castlebeny, plow . .
70 E. (J. McKinncy, Supplies
,., v ,P .... MATOY TOWNSHIP
l!.Vm h- rA', u,h,,m . I-'01' wht Purpose
2 Abe McClaskey. Lumber . . . ..
3 Democrat Printing Co. Printing
4 Cam Smith, Roadwoik . .
'' A ' AJr,.,wn (,)- Assigned Claim t Disapproved).
S. S. Smith, Dragging Road (Disapproved)
', E. Cain, Roadwork (Disapproved).
5 'J?n?ter ,,Jal- un Contract ( Disapproved .
P. P. Tlmberlake, Roadwork ... .... .
Rockwell Bros. Co.. Lumber
W. M. Wood. RonrI u-nrt-
Democrat Printing Co.. Printing . .
Claim No. To Whom For What Purpose Amount
I A- HiI"lJay-n1A7.drk 53.50
w wvm wnwillt'i AUUUWOrK . . , .1 rn
Martin & Smith. Supplies o?in
S. J. Selby. Lumber 1. ... q?'
R. N. Parker. Roadwork i'VI
B. N. Weatherspoon, Roadwork "" orfin
Frunklin Motor Car Co., Supplies
Geo. Risner, Roadwork
aiicine Co.. Ooil and Gas -
Democrat Printing Co., Printing
oum uawson, supplies
. , I CADDO TOWNSHIP
Claim No. To Whom For What Purrm
Fred Stenhenson. Car Snrvlrn iniunnmvl
W. O. Alexander, Roadwork (Disapproved).
Oather Halo, Roadwork .
Abe McClaskey, Lumber .
Brewer & Braudrick, Lumber
. i. nmocriako, lioadwork
Caddo National Bank. Assigned Claim
vj. vooner, KoaaworK
Farmers State Bank, Assigned Claims
iirewer u uraudrick .Lumber
26 Democrat Printing Co.. Prfntinn. '
8hore being no further business the Board adjourned to meet in oS
nlar session, Monday November 7th. 1821 at 9.00 o?clack A JL
EABL WARD, Comity Clerk.
J. W. JONES, Chairman.
Beginning Monday, March 13th f
As stated last neck it nill he our policy, for the time being, to give
!"ii,,iiVJ?,c,u2t0luers uu opportunity to save a little money any time they
visit Til K DIME STORE. We know the majority of our customers ap
preciate these savings because they say so. Its simply a matter of busi
ness and H question as to whether or not you care to save money by
taking advantage of these Red Hot Specials along with our many other
bargains throughout the store. We know you want to save, everyone
does. We are told that walking is the best exercise one can take. Then
why not walk a few steps, get the exercise and save a little money.
You will find here a store where everybody's money looks alike,
where all we clerks appreciate your trade and a store where everyone
feels at home. New customers nre coming every day "(Jet the habit."
Keep your eye on these six day specials
A big lot of Four-in-hands
Just the thing for spring and
summer. Sold even-where at
25c and 35c
SIX DAY SPECIAL 7c
J LIEN'S DRESS SHOES
I Men's Goodyear welt in black
j and brown Sold everywhere
I' at $5.00 to $7.50
SIX DAY SPECIAL $3.85
In order to convince you we
have the best wearing hose on
the market, we will special
them for the week Our regu
lar cash price $1.25 Armor
SIX DAY SPECIAL 85c
Blacks and Browns.
APRON CHECK GINGHAM
Several bolts First come,
SIX DAY SPECIAL 7c
A great big pile of Boys
Pants Values up to $2.45
SIX DAY SPECIAL $1.10
Here you save again 400
extra good shirts in blue,
stripes and polkadots, regular
SIX DAY SPECIAL 50c
MENNENS TOILET POWDER
Big G oz. cans The regu
lar 25c size. Buy what you
need for the summer at
SIX DAY SPECIAL 12c
The very best
SIX DAY SPECIAL 8c
Regular 65c grade Just ar
rived and you get them at
SIX DAY SPECIAL 89c
Wo are going to place bolt
after bolt of full yard 16c
bleeching on table
SIX DAY SPECIAL 9c
IF YOU WANT TO SAVE
THE DIXIE STORE
Where Up Town Prices Look Extravagant