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ay MAHC1I 10, 1922
f i:lF'S DAY EXHIBIT
wnbiton f Durant's
''J .i the McKinney
a ii very intercst
i! (.'iinilltiK feed
,ml .tttiled .in i it
Tntli' Day." A
Itnl to a Potil
. n Alfalfa and
!.i iiii;:ht in. This
iiul was well at
A full line of
t a.M'il (showing
i uttoiii Com and
i ultnators nnd
.fin machinery. A
o of It. F. Acry
i.iml .i.si.stinj- the
in McKInney Hard
i.nc the people about
I Ml i Tl so DATS MOKE
L f nn"o-cu and convinced
Lull' " " "' miiniur uise
lac-1 i Mtii iar driver oi uaw
I ui 1" "" st ratncK's aay.
Sth'H.o' -taj of execution, follow
...v. such Tcpneves, was
Bntul ilomln by Governor Rob-
U .v.ndine Tait's life ninety
Is Uji "r It i- the result of the
by m tht final settlement ot tne
ie of CIco uoDen. once convicceu
conti.ru il to death for the murder
fsprapw but -ranted n new trial
tht criminal court oi appeals.
hoben' cae mil be called before
I II . t Pllalin.llll A
Knn l.inn Ul tyUlcicuauu. n.
inge of enue from Comanche
inty where his first trial was
d, i beintr urged by his attorneys.
ige I.tnn was appointed to hear
i ca-e ly tho supreme court wnen
u A s weiin oi me tyuiiiaiiciic
hnty dt-trict court was disquali-
1 by the uiininal court oi appears.
The educational meetings being
Itered b the County High School
bb air C'ttiiii: well under way.
Iree mieMnirs held on Tuesday
tht Ma'fh 7th, were exception-
Roiiri The xecind group of the
trie- win ix neiu mcirsciay nignt,
tirCh Mih ,ii Hlue. Silo, nnd Mead,
il n I ruiaj night, March 10th,
iMoml.ij March lHth. at 7:00 p. m.,
tl.nd Kioup of meetings will be
(Id ai lu.i. Kolieita. and Platter.
anh '.'Ii the foutth group at Col
in A. I 'Hi and Kemp. On the
th 'l.i fifth ci imp at Albany. Wade
Tht xth gi.iutt will close March
i:h l.t. - .ml pl.icei will be given
irotph i hi pies later.
The Durant Weekly news
KAN8A8 C1TT LIVIC STOCK
Market compared with last Tues
day. Cattle 25c lower. Hogs 15c
higher. Sheep steady. Prospects fair
market balance of week.
Good to Choice $8.25?8.90
Fair to Good 7.25(3) R.2r.
uiiiiiiiiii tu riur .
Good to Choice ..
Fair to Good
Common tcj Fair
Good to Choice .
Fair to Good
common to Fair 5.00 COO
Stock Cows and Heif. 3 oO(fu G 00
Good to Choice
Fair to Good
Cutters 3.oo 3.50
Canners 2.50(3) 3.00
Good to Choice 6.00(5) 7.00
Fair to Good 5.50 COO
Common to Fair 4.00 5.50
CALVES & YEARLINGS:
Baby Beef 7.00 8.50
Killers 5.00 0.00
Veals, Fair to Good .. 8.00 8.50
Veals, Common to fair 4.00 8.00
KEITHLEY IS REMOVED
FROM OFFICE BY COURT
Local Constable Indicted For Outrag
ing Public Decency and Morals
Edge Davis is visiting in Kcne
flck this week.
. Jake Smith made a business trip
to Durant Monday.
John U Mori Is and wife wore in
Dm ant Monday.
The grand jury late Tuesday re- Mr. and Mrs. Jim ltnmci.ll nfior .
turned a true bill against W. A. weeks visit in Texas returned hnnu.
Kuithley, a Duwint constable, charg- Satunla.
ing him with outraging public de-( John l)n is who has been ory sick
cency and moruls. When Ar- for the past month i-.inipioving and
rested Mr. Keithley supplied cash wo hope to soon see him out again,
bond and was released. I
An accusation was also filed! MEMS PROM ROMIA
against Keithley chaiging him with '. 1! lilain is not very much im
wjlful maladministration in office, proved at this writing,
comiption in office and habitua! and Mis. .v Scott is cm the sick list
wilful neglect in office. District at thi- wiiting.
Judge March otdcied him removed. The little girl of Mr. ami Mrs. Jim
from otiice .. tempoiurily pending my Gammon's is quite sick this wool;
Hearing oi ine accusation nnci ne was , Tom I.ewi and L. O. Moore were
Mr. and Mrs. Port Condltt were
visitors in Roberta Sunday.
Jess Pmitt was a visitor in Yuba
Utien and Albany played ball Sat
uiday night. Uticn was defeated.
Brother Al Hopkins of Moad will
pioach here .Satuiday night and Sunday.
intermediates will Saturday night.
Noble Fry, Douglas Britton and
Troy James were In Silo Sunday.
deprived oi his bailee of office rues- nnnni , ;t;i... t.......i....
I"?? -?0!Jay evening by the sheriff's depart-; Min. Ethel Lewis anil Mis lnn
men1, I Haw oi th (sited at Sam Scott's Mon
NEGRO BELHOPS WHIPPED
Three negro bell boys employed in
hotels at Okmulgee were taken to the
outskirts of that city by bands of
unmasked men tied to trees and
horsewhipped Saturday night, accord
ing to the stories told by the negroes
after their return to the city.
According to the negroes, all of
whom bore evidence of having been
Killers and Bolognas. 4.00(3) 5.00 80Verey handled, tne men declared
HOGS: ' they were members ol tne "nignt.
Light 10 9011.25 racrs'" ana tnat tneir purpose is to
Heavy 1060(5)1100 rid hotela o Portera who solicit
Packing Sows 9.00 9.5o!Kue3ts in beha,f of wonen. and who
Pigs 10.0010.50lse11 whisky.
Lambs, Cull 6.00 8.00
Wethers 7.00 95
Ewes 5.00 955
Feeding lambs 11.0014.00
Mon. Tucs Last W.
Cattle 9,000 10,000 35,000
Hogs 12,000 9,000 39.800
Sheep 8,000 8,000 31,800
h ( I KWtl.NGS AHEVD
tn -mj. ki:k i.vst year
. urdition of gen
the United States
ihiit 'nank clear
i tians.ictions as
'i urul. is a half
..tti than for the
i Tin Dallas re
' .w i (1 among the
EMPLOYMENT BOOM COMING
The national employment boom,
predicted by the President's unem
ployment conference last October, is
at hand officials declare.
Both Colonel Arthur Woods, chair
man of the standing committee on
emergency measures, and Edwin Eyre
Hunt, secretary of the newly form
ed committee on business cycles, are
convinced that industrial betterment
is on the way. Tnd both warn the
country from the experiences of the
last two years we must prifit to pre
vent a tecurience of the depression.
"The last three weeks have brought
visible evidence of recovery," said
Woods. "Individual cities through
out the country have shown marked
improvement. But this is no time to
ITEMS FROM HIGH VIEW
Mrs. Ada Gicady spent Saturday
with Mrs. Smart.
Mrs. J. B. Lewis won several prizes
at the Fair Tuesday.
Miss Ora Scoggin visited the
school Monday afternoon.
Quite a few of the young folks of
Roberta attended singing at High
J. A. Lewis and wife visited Tom
Lewis and family Sundny.
Little Opal Hargis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Noah Hargis died last Fri
day night and was buried at Yarna
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blain arc the
proud patents of a bouncing boy
since Thursday. All are doing well.
View Sunday night
Mrs. A. C. Williams was shopping i iting his mother here
ITEMS FROM UTICA
Little Gee Terry spent Tuesday
night with Gladys Wright.
Miss Amy, Cox was unable to teach
school Tuesday on tho account of a
Miss Alma Lynn spent Wednesday
night with Mrs. Senith Wright
Miss Mae Hobbs spent Wednesday
night with Mrs. Lillie Sanders.
Mrs. Ila Haddock, little Pauline
Seal, Sam McCowan and Fitchuc Far
rell arc on the sick list this week.
The W. C. met at Mrs. B. R. Chil
ders Thursday afternoon for the pur
pose of electing new officers for the
Gentry Pride of Tulsa, Okla is vis
ile is on his
ITEMS PROM PIRTLE
Sunday School was wry well
tended at this place Sunday
MACIIINKUV: One Orna-ii. hll-colunm
' folder, with Inasrl hoard allowing th
Miss Nettie Rose was shopping in ' fol,llnB of el,her fo'lr- ' nt- ten- 0T
,,., o i.. twelve newnpnper pukm In eoo'J coa
lition liut nt'ertn n few repairs, tie
Placed by larger outfit. Juit the
thing for country newspaper ot eight
pages Price 1100 00 delivered ot
cars at Durant. Durum Weekly New
Dm ant Satin day
A number of the Pirtle folks at
tended preaching at F.lm View Sun
Mrs. L. B. McMnmis spent Saturday
night with her daughter near Elm
J. L. Hicks nnd fnmily spent Sntur-1 CLERKS: Young men, women, over
day and Sunday with their relatives . 17, desiring government positions.
J. W. Briggs attended preaching at
Elm View Sunday.
L. B. McManus hns moved his
gasoline engine from Uticn and is
sawing wood this week.
TEXAS PRIEST IS WHIPPED
J. G. Keller Catholic priest, at Sin
ton. Toxa-. was taken to alonely spot
noi th of town Satuiday night, severe
ly beaten and tat red and feathered
bv a paity of masked men. . Mis. ('. II. Colbert of Tishomingo
No leason is assigned for their is isitmg hei father and mother. Mr
action. Rev. Mr. Kellei was mdoioil jiinil Mrs. John I)ais this week,
to leave town and said that he would i Miss H.-uel Smith has gone to OK
in Durant Tuesday. way to Houston. Texas
Bud Fowler and sister from Ful- Mrs- K- R- Benson of Los Angeles,
som Grove attended singing Sunday I California is visiting friends here.
njght. Utica debating society rendered an
Bill Lambert was a visitor at Mr. , interesting debate Friday to a large
Scroggins Tuesday evening. aud4,t,n,t)( f ptTt "n T
Clyde Foster attended Suntlay!Ject: Itesohed that Napolean was a
School at High View Sunday. j?" n.. thon Alexander the
Miss Mary Ac.ee has teturned J" ' The dtscusonwas quite in
home after spending a week with hcr.!"w't,n ,Tudes dcc,dcd in favor of
friend Miss Lillie Andrews. the negative side.
,...., There weio seveial visitors at tne
Mrs. S. L. Lmdsey was shopping' P L. tj. a. local'hcre Friday night,
in Durant Tuesday. and an addition of eight now mom-
FROM KENEFK'K A. D. Sanders and wife spent Sat-
Marion Winters is in TuNa on bus- Jmd.iy night and Sunday with L. J.
iness this week. ISandeis and wife.
Mrs. Henry Baxter spent last week 1!"' Beeson and wife spent Satur
with her patents in Stonewall. da night with Charlie Anderson and
Rev. Fontaine preached an excel- 'fe.
lent sermon at the Methodist church I Mrs. E. R. Benson and Mrs. C. II.
Sunday and .Sunday night. A skins visited Mrs. Mabell .want
Mrs. Ben Siller after spending a Sunday,
month at the home of B. L. Lillev Mr "", M'"- Uf rh" 1,sv.n' u'
it-tinned to her homo in Oklahoma ""-- !lt -"K'K Sunday mplit
City this week.
FROM FULSOM GROVE
The late freeze doesn't seem to
havo damaged the oats crop in this
Farmers are considerably behind
with their work due to the bad weath
er. Sunday School at ten o'clock
prompt. Como and bring some body
Miss Eva Garrard spent Sunday
with Miss Pearl Westmoreland.
Miss Jewel Hitchcock was visiting
Miss Ruby Bellamy spent Wednes
day in the home of W. C. Fry.
Miss Ruth Hall and Lois Pate who
arc attending the Normal spont the
week-end with home folks.
Earnest Bishop and family were
visiting J. E. Nicholson of Brown
Claud Bishop and sister were vis
iting at the home of their brother,
Earnest Bishop Saturday.
The Fulsome Grove School will
close March 10th. The primary room
will give a program Friday, and the
$125 monthly for free list positions
now open, Raymond Terry, (former
Civil Service examiner) 1061 Conti
nental Bldg. Washington. D. C.
$5.00 REWARD 1 sorrel mare, -8
years old branded F over bar on left
hind leg. 1 sorrel horse colt six
months old. 1 black horse coming A
years old, branded F over bar on left
hind leg. Notify J. G. Boyce, Achillea
FOR SALE: Ono ?C50 gilt edge Real
Estate Note. Will discount for cash.
Call at 520 West Texas Street, Du
FOR SALE: Genuine Porto Rico Seed
Potatoes. ?1.50 per bushel. Seo C.
Peterman at the Fairgrounds. 9w2f
STRAYED One three-year-old Hol
stein Jorsey heifer, spotted cream
color, branded "L" on left hip, calf
2 weeks old. J. W. Briggs, Benning
ton, Okla. 8ws8
FOR SALE: Registered Jersey Bull,,
old enough for service. $50.00. Vf.
M. Leonard, Durant, Okla. 8wstf '
RHOAD-ISLAND Red eggs for seP
ting 75 cents a setting of 15 eggs
at my residence two miles south of
Keneflck. J. P. Bogan 8ws&
Miit (.nrs tiirevt
' Texas. 1ms been
.it of tai and
i i er visit Me.xia.
li" ante known
ng the wanting and
Worth was received
Sunday it was sign
t ' il.
v I i OU THINK OF
r101 1 (1ANP THINK OF
riliXK H. WHITE
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Th. newspaper lh authorized to an
noaru. he following named citizens
car ,),, cs for Democratic nomi-
j iblic office, subject to the
fo oters of Bryan County,
'he Primsry election to
' '' day, August 1, 1022.
'gi for announcements is
manly cash in advance
'li insertion in both ths
t.ly News and the Satur-
c Advertiser, each week
iud for either of the
- ' alone
" unningham (Reelection)
N TV CLERK
x.ird. (Second Term)
Inlnr, (Second Term)
;L Fifth Judicial District
P-f s March.
(In so at nnon today He said the
mob told him they wto not the Ku
Klux Klan, but were composed of
both Protestants and Catholics.
lnhiimn City where she will -pond
fix. days with Mi- Ben Lille)
( R. Wells nude a buine.s tup
i(linoie tins week.
Mcno In local bank to make
your 1 il.M LOANS.
FRANK IL WHITE
SL'linKN SKIIVICK '
iilourirAt . f
I (that CLOCK?) . (
"Time and Tide Waits For No Man" J
When Yours Tiul w.ts a lad Q
its most ol j on (loulitk'ss Know a
I lived back in the forks of the
creek, wars ago when most of the 9
clocks in use were of the "(Jrand- ($
father" type. A
I'eiclied high upon (lie mantle,
the old fashion family clock :if- J
forded ;t safe plate io keep such &
things as spectacles, lat poison.
deeds, valuable papers and inci- a
dentl.N to tell the time on cloudy J
When Old Sol was shining, the $
man or woman who couldn't
guess within ten minutes of the
time was considered a wooden-
In those days no one needed a clock to get up by. The first faint streak of day- 9
light found the fires going coffee boiling and the children being "rousted out of bed." Q
However about the close of Cleveland's administration the pesky little alarm a
clock made its appearance. Also in the last, few years the wrist-watch has become
as common as freckles. Never the less, I know some folks who would always be be- w
hind time If they had a wrist-watch on both arms and both legs. W
Gentle Reader, I never take a pessimistic view, but I do believe the alarm clock A
of the future, to be effective, will have to be equiped to play reville, beat a drum and
fire off a blank cartridge.
Oh! yes, you heard the alarm very distinctly the fiist few mornings, until you 9
begin to turn over for one more little nap. After a few mornings of second snoozing
the alarm had no effect on ou whatever. a
Reminds Yours Truly of folks buying on credit. Oh yes. they resolve they will J
pay cash, and do for a while. Hut one day they bnck-slide. drift back into the old W
credit habits again. Can't hear the warnings of the tluifty, and when they finally Q
awake, find they are in debt up to their "Adam's Apple." m
Paying cash, at least, for tho family groceries, tends to encourage thrift, (level- JS
opes will power and is one of the steps toward independence. When you have made w
up your mind to try the cash plan our store is the logical place to trade. We have w
one cash price to all alike, no price juggling, no bootlest;iiig credit to special ones.
Our sales-force are courteous and pleasant, you will like to trade at our store, call
IMarch White Goods Specials 1
C FOH ONI! WKKK, liKMNMNG MAHfll 13th, $j
8 jftfk Wash Goods
1 "' ilS That You Want
1 -MMkz at Prices That
i V5ff;:' if Save You
U ti""Ufr' " Money p
a yatd -"' W
a van Lie 1 -"' 5
20c tn 7.',c
soli iinlsh. white and flesh ?
a van! -( to i.ic ?s
finish a yaid :L"ic ySt
in all shades a 2
! to J.'ic J
, :;ii-iii( h Indian Head
;Soli finish l.ongcloth
Nainsook a anl
uti-iiich I 'a jama Checks,
Flaon. pJaln and ch eked
While Swiss Oinandie, Ivrinaiicni
Swiss Oigaudie, pennain'iii finish
Yard wide Percales a yard
(lingham a yard
Pure Dress Linens in all shades at .
SS-ineh French Ratine, in the leading colors. This is
the fabric of the hour lor all sport skirts and dresses -a
wild ... "
. $5.85 to $7.:
SILK AND MUSLIN
vmv.vw h niiNi: owns
Iace trimmed and dainty colors-
ntKi'i: in: chink ti:iuui:s
Fine quality, tailored or lace trimmed special values-
each W.75 Io (B5.48
01' Satin and Crepe de Chine, fine quality Special val
Made of Cotton Crepe or Hatiste lace trimmed or Em
broidered Special values .. .'. o $:U8
Lace trimmed and i mbioidered Special values 75c
i.oNontii: coksi:t covkhs
.Made of Nainsook, lace trimmed Special values . 85c
LAii:s WASiivoLi; iiorsi: fkocks
! Light and dark shades in figured effects Special values
at 1.AH to IS.50
cihli)ki:ns hompkks and iiti:ssi:s
Of Chambrv and Gingham. Special Values 1l.!).i (o !r.i.!.'
Oni- Lot of I'rllnscf Corset1, at ' Vrvv
Whitakers Department St
I-nnie f,ennt (RlCiccton)
K 'OIXTY ATTORNEY-For-
,atJ Orimes, (reelecUon).
MM Mr MMtKi A mj v
'Phone 3S 1