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the Durant Weekly Nbws
FRIDAY, MARCH n ,
ITEMS TltOM HALE
The roi'70 thnt came damaged the
as .'in l iMily gaidt'n m our cum
Sunday School ivan well attended
JUU.s.s Kvu U'oitliy uas in Durant
Tiicre wan a party at Uoy Fisher's
C. E. Adams and Lee .Mitchell went
ta .Bennington Friday.
There was a .singing at Mr. Adam.s'
Richard I'raytor from Matoy vis
. itcd his brother. Atvic Sunday even-
JBon F. Law lis visited G. E. Mof
- Xatt'n Sunday.
.Fred llaskiu and family visited
. "toes father, Mr. Flowers' near Caddo
Albert Moffatt spent Sunday with
a friend near Old Church.
It. E. Muritian and family and Mm.
HlbtTt Moran visited at U. E. Mof-
. latt's from Thursday until Saturday.
.spent two days with Mrs. Ross Fraz
ier last week.
Mis. Ruby Williams and daughter
Mrs. Taiter spent the week-end vis
iting i datives in Ardmore.
Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Hnthcnx Sun
iln.M'd in Uennington.
Mr.-. Zumi Hulscy spent Sunday
in Durant the guest of Mrs. D. D.
Judge Murphy went to Hugo Tues
day to meet his daughter, who is
coining from Buffalo to visit him.
Dr. Shuler was here Monday from
Mrs. Rutherford is in Oklahoma
City this week.
ITEMS FROM COLBERT
Miss Lucile Summerfield of Deni
son spent the ' week-end with Miss
Miss Sadie Bell Gooding spent the
week-end with Miss Iola Boyett of
Misses Hepp of McAlcster. and Hul
scy of Calera spent Sunday with Miss
Quite a few Colbert people attend
ed the basketball tournament at Du
rant where the Colbert team de
feated Mead and were defeated by !
Mrs. ueo. .uurray anu nor aaugn-
Mr. and Mrs. June Robinson visit
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
('. D. Robinson Sunday afternoon.
Misses Alfred Pherigo and Bonnie
Pierce and Mr. Clinton Hibdon were
the guests of Miss Opal Baxter Fun
day. W. T. Wright, and Hyram Haider
had business in Caddo Saturday.
Messrs. Melvin Hale. Clinton Hib
don and Albert Hibdon were in fad
The pie supper at Hatcher, Thurs
day night was a success. They took
in $23.15, the proceeds to go to buy
ing an organ.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Crossett were
visiting Mrs. Crossett's mother and
father, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Sunday.
FROM OLD ALLISON
Jap Jordan and family spent a few
days with his parents. Miss Gussic
Jordan also spent the week-end with
Mr. Hall has been afflicted a week
or two with neuralgia and rheuma
tism. Mrs. Watts has been sick but is
again able to be out.
Sunday School had a fair attend
ance and good order last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Hale arc the
guitu a number from here attend-itcr, Mrs. Hellcn Mason shopped in proua parents 01 n ime uoy, umu
ed ihe Sunday School Convention atlDcnison Saturday. Saturday.
Alatoy Sunday. I Rev. J. I,. Brown has been assist- Quite a lew were Karacning mon-
Ciias. Hoover had some bad luck ing Rev. Barker in holding a pro- day before the rains. Mr. Chestnut
Tuesday night, when his horse fell traded meeting at Calera this past1 and Othel King also Clarence Cobb
zatu u dittii with him. Luckily he week. , planted potatoes,
scaped unhurt, but the horse died! Vernon Bell of Denison spent Sun-1 School attendance is holding up
the next morning. day with the home folks. splendidly. Not as many as half a
There will bo services Sunday' Miss Maude Chiles who has been dozen have dropped out.
uirht. Everybody come. teaching at the Mulberry school has me noute was crowueu ounuuy
Airs. Zollie Vicker.s and Mrs. Lee1 returned to her home. i nignt at singing.
H. H. Stone, the road contractor! Mrs. Kelso and Mrs. iiodds cap
who has had his camp near here for turcd the reward of $.".00 offered in
s.n lnnt hns mnvprf to Plnnn. Texas, the Durant Weekly for locating a
E. B. Wilson of Wirt, Oklahome i certain bunch of horses which had
made a short visit here last week. been here all winter. The ad came
Mrs. C. S. Allen shopped in Deni-. out in Friday's paper and the horses
son Fridav. were nenned here Saturday morning,
Mrs. Maggie Gladden has been1 Dorothy Swain spent Sunday at
ciuitc ill with the Flu but is some bet-1 Mr. Jordon's.
ter. Jim Watts and family spent Sunday
Mrs. Hazel Marshall Williams of with his parents.
Durant visited the family of D. H.' Prof, and Mrs. Shirley made a
already hatching baby chicks and it
won't be long until eggs will get
scarce on the market.
Luke Smithson and wife were at
Sunday School and Mr. Smithson
taught Miss Gussie Jordan's class.
Mrs. Smithson furnished part of the
music Sunday night at singing.
Messrs. E .Q. and Sam Franklin
went to Durant one day last week.
A. E. Catcs of Silo was in Mead
on business last Monday.
Mr. Wright went to Durant last
.Trout visited our Sunday School Sun'
Alius Polliu Mol'futt visited Mrs.
.Potsie I'raytor Saturday evening.
T. II. Benton. Jim Fitzer and fam
ilies from Matoy visited Roy Fitzer'a
Madge Adams spent Sunday with
. Viola Rich.
ITEMS FROM CADE
Oats ale coming out again, and
i relieving lotH of anxiety on tho minds
of the fanners, since the recent
i li. V. MclA'tidon is teaching a sing
ing school at Jhi' home of W. M.
.TJuVy. ' - --r
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grey and Mrs.
3ona Lind.suy of Durant visited at
.J. W. Nichols the week-end.
Claitt a few of our Sunday School
' folks wen- absent Sunday morning
owing to the convention at Matoy.
.Mrs. Jesse Harris and children of
. Bokchito spent the week visiting
relatives jml friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Caldwell, Mr.
anil Mrs. .1. W. Morgan visited Sun
day at A. K. Harris.
Kov. l!. L Hoover lost a fine horse
Mrs. C. 1 1. Hoover spent the day
Monday with Mrs. II. F. Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Green spent
Sunday at A. G. Morgan'1..
Mr. J. Ili'iggs and (laughter, Edith
af Old Iteiiningtim were here Satur--Jay.
Mr. Iliiggs voted in the Union
Air. and Mr. George Wren, Mr.
and Ml. F.llieit MoriN, spent Sunday
" -at W. A. Reeds'.
Mrs. John Morgan was on the sick
"lint last week
Collins last Friday.
business trip to Durant Saturday,
' Marshall Campbell i3 visiting the
i Dunn boys at Calera this week.
, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis visited her
'mother, Mrs.'Greenway of near Du
I rant Saturday and Sunday last.
A good many of the farmers have
They were killed
FROM ROBINSON SCHOOL
Sunday School and prayer meet
ing were well attended Sunday.
The District meeting of the F. L.
U. A. met here Friday night. There
wn n lnrirn prnwr? nrpsnnK
Mr.! r n rfnliincnn. mv .Tim Rrg planted oats over.
Miss Ruby Arnold. Anna Leo Miller tne com ot two weeKS ne
and Mvrtln Slaton visited at the Eggs are so plentiful that tho bot-
home of W. I. Hatcher. Mr. Hatcher torn has fallen out of the price. Never
, is slowly improving. lie was in- ininu. we can use mem . uwk
inreil nnio timo n. while londincr ' Quite a few wise house wives are
, hay by falling from a wagon. '
Miss Anna Hodel was shopping. ,,.-,
in PniMn Snlnrdnv. lylJUUSlSflB
Dan Graham of Kcnefick is visit
ing in the Robinson community this
A great deal of sickness still con
tinue' in this community.
Wholesale and Retail
Gasoline and 011b
Service Station 420 W. Mala
Free Delivery In City
Telephone 721 Durant, Okla.
FROM ItENMNG'IOV j
Mrs. Mollie Nublet of Danville,
Ark. '('turned home Inst week after
several weeks stay with her sister. I
.Mrs. H. W. Attnway. j
Mrs. Pat Voting of D.illat visited
Mrs. Pet ley and other friemis here
Mr. Arthur Mun.iy and Miss Lulu
Jones were mariicd last Friday at I
1:30 at the home of the bride. Judge t
Tarter officiating. j
The party given at Mrs. Allen's i
-for the benefit of Methodist S. S. '
was a great success. A nice crowd
attended and .i pleasant time was
hail by all. j
Mrs. D. I Russell of Plains. Texas
Money For Bryan
I have a large amount of money available for
immediate payment of Farm Loans on Bryan
County Farms. We have faith in the future of
this county and are In position to finance your
OUR SERVICE SATISFIES. Examine your
land from this office. Title examined by local
attorney The money is on deposit In local
bank. We pay you as soon as papers are execut
ed and title is complete.
There is no better or quicker service.
Frank H. White
103 N. Third Ave.
The Bank That Accommodates
The First National Bank
OF DURANT, OKLAHOMA.
Business Solicited, "
C. C. HATCHETT, President
GREEN THOMPSON, Vice President
PRANK GIBSON. Vice Prealdant
DIAL CURRIN, Cashier
FRANK L. DYER, Assistant CaBhier
RALPH OWNBY, Assistant Cashier
J. S. TURNER, Assistant Cashier
ITEMS FROM MEAD
Mrs. O. T. Adcock has been in
Texas the past week at the bedside
of a sick sister who is seriously ill.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sta
tcn last Thursday, a boy. Mother and
baby arc doing nicely.
Dr. Austin and family visited rela
tives in Silo last Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adcock visited
relatives in Durant last week.
Bro. Minor of Durant filled his
regular appointment here last Friday
Dr. Jackman and Prof. Bradley
were among those who went to Du
rant last Saturday.
Sunday School every Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'clock and singing every
Sunday night. Come.
The snow and freezes of the past
week have done serious damages to
the oat crop in this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kemp were in
Durant shopping one day last week.
Berry James and daughter, Mil
dred of Barwick were shopping in
Mead last Saturday.
Miss Bettie Lou Thompson of Du
rant is visiting her sister. Mrs. Jim
Adcock this week.
ITEMS FROM KENEFICK
Dr. Boyet of Durant preached at
the Baptist church Sunday and Sun
Marion Winters is on the sick list
T. Z. Ratcliff made a business trip
n Tliirnnk FVldftV.
Mrs. John Wilds of Durant visited
in Kenefick Sunday.
Mr. Smith, father of Ira L. Smith
left Wednesday for Lensey, Oklaho
ma where he will make an extensive
The friends of Capt. Perkins are
glad to see him able to be out again.
Mrs. Fred Stephens was in Durant
Mrs. Joe Massey from Bromide
spent Saturday and Sunday in Kene
fick with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Kathcline Meador who is attending
school jn Tishomingo spent Sunday
and Monday with her mother, Mrs.
Jake Haley and Raimond
were in Milbnrn Sim....
C. It. Wells made a buinJ
Mr. M. C. Walker ttv..
ill for the last year or B0
at ner nume rnaay night.
Mrs. Baxter of Kcnefick
weeK-s visit in stonewall rtti
ner nome weanesaay.
MATOY S. S. MEET J
une oi me largest district xei
of the County Sunday School
elation was neia sund&o . i
The meetintr onened at in .i.
continued until 4:30. DelegitaJ
present irom a numoer of scat
the Matoy district and W. P. i
land, president of the county i
ciation, r.an vvara, itev. Hoi
and J. U. Hicpman, district
er, attended from Durant.
Dr. J. L. Reyi
Ere, Ear, Nose and '
aad Glass Ftttbg
Orer Corner Drag i
IiONCi DISTANCE HAULIMa
SCDDRN BAGGAGE 8KRV1CW
CITY TRANRW AC
WHEN YOU THINK OH
LOANS THINK OP '
FRANK H. WHIJ
March 1344-15-16-17 and 18th
PEOPLE ARE SAVING RIGHT ALONG AT
THESE SPECIAL PRICES ALONG WITH OUR
MANY OTHER CLOSE CASH PRICES. YES IT
PAYS TO PAY CASH AND SAVE.
YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING HERE, AS AD
VERTISED, BUT WE SUGGEST THAT YOU COME
Several bolts in all colors. One
lot in regular 25c to 35c grade
SIX DAY SPECIAL 14c
Another lot in shepherd checks
a good 50c grade at
SIX DAY SPECIAL 21c
Hero you are Now we will see
who wants to save
Full standard count and weight.
A good one
SIX DAY SPECIAL 15c
Just the thing they are buying
for jumpers, dresses, middies, etc.,
Orange, Rose, Lavender, Green, etc.
SIX DAY SPECIAL :.... 19c
If you need something inexpen
sive here is your opportunity. Don't
wait as our stock is limited. First
come first served
SIX DAY SPECIAL 0c
Superior quality in English Nain
sooks worth 45c. You will find this
a fine weight and excellent finish.
Especially good for lingerie and in
SIX DAY SPECIAL 19c
'Bran New" dress shirts in both
collar attached and neck band styles
Sold at most places for $1.25 to
SIX DAY SPECIAL j 79c
A gnat big 72x90 sheet of the
very best grade. A real sheet sold
at most places for $1.50
SIX DAY SPECIAL 95c
On account of having so many
prices we have decided to give you a
discount of Y or 25 per cent during
SIX DAY SPECIAL
If you want to save, get the habit of coming to
THE DIXIE STORE
Where Up Town Prices Look Extravagant