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Mrs Kimu-ily and il.iiihtt
Oleta and (ieitmdi -uei I Smithy
evening with Mi-. O'Dell.
N. !'. I law xm and family iited
C. T. IJeytmld- and family Sunday
Jnnii's Ku.--ell madf a tiip to Col
bcrt this week.
Mr. lleiiiy Smith is i-iting his
uncle. Ix'e Uino for a few day-.
Mr. A. II. O'Dell is seriously ill.
He has a nervous breakdown.
Boy Bloodwoith and Arthur Itu--ell
.spent Sunday with Boss .lay.
Taylor Everett who has been vis
iting his father at Old Allison has
returned to his work on the good
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson spent Tues
day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Hanson Anderson from Brecken
ridge, Texas is visiting his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lane.
Mrs. Noris nnd daughters spent
Sunday evening with Mrs. O'Dell.
Myrtle Lone spent Tuesday eve
king with Madcen Pruitt.
Mrs. Mills and family visited her
sister Mrs. J. W. Phillips near Arm
Mr. Wylie Stapleton, Mr. Foster
Timbcrlakc and son from Caddo spent
Monday with his brother-in-law, Mrs.
Honakcr and family.
Miss Mattic Mills spent Wednesday
mgm wun unoaa nonaner.
Miss Nettie Jordon from Wapa'
ancka spent Sunday with J. E. Wy
att nnd familv.
Mr. Honnker and family visited his ' Miss Mattio Thompson spent Sat-brother-in-lnw
near Caddo Sunday ' ui tiny night with Miss Lena Self,
night. , The Buffalo school is preparing n
Mr. Mnt Stnpleton from Caddo ( piogrum for the first Friday night
spent Saturday night with Mr. Hon- in April.
aker and family. i I lei man Jones spent Saturday
Veach Grove was well represented , night with Mr. Denver Thompson.
Trades Day in Durant. School win Clayton Wood spent Saturday
mighty slim. night with Mr. .lones.
The Fanners Union organized at .Melford N'oinian of near Ilenning
Vcach Grove March (Ith. L. W. Lane 'ton is visiting his aunt. Mrs. Annie
president; C. Veach. vice president;
C. E. Veach Secretary; W. C. King,
chaplain. Mr. I.ingo from Lone Oak
organized the lodge. There weie
.several visitoi. fioin Wine Oak and
Armstrong Lodges. There was quite
?l large crowd in attendanct'. Tin
farmers seemed to be gieatly en
thused iiw-r the I'liioii. This is in
deed a move to the front for this
community. All farmers should he
in the Union.
Woniack Construction Co. aie lota
ted on the Sccly Faun. It is pre
sumed the giaw'I work will soon he
gin on our mad leading uoith of Du
rant. Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Fi'igiiMiu aie
both on the sick list this week. Dr.
Haynic has been called.
Mrs. Everett Feigiison has a Huff
Orpington hen that laid an egg six
and one-half inches around the egg
and seven and one-half im lies long.
ITEMS FROM MIDWAY
Sunday School was well attended
Miss Eula Ballanl fioin Texas is
visiting her sister at Armstrong.
Victor ami Winnie Giuliani spent
Saturday night and Sunilay with Mrs.
Vitle and ictor Gialiam and C. t
U. viraliam atteiidetl the Caddo Trades
Day last Wednesday.
Misses Bonnie N'orns
ami Katie '
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ine party at uscar nukes was i
ii. .,, .
vvc win nave our same teachers
another year. Prof. Itouiidsaville.
ml ... , t.
iiey are geiung reany it.r ine pro-
Brum for the last of school. School
will be out in about I weeks.
Mrs. C. C. Henderson has two sick
J. F. Boyd spent the day Sunday
with Prof. Roundsaville.
Mrs. Ellen Simmons was shopping
in Cnddo last week.
Mrs. B. S. C'udd was taken sick Inst
Wednesday, but is some better at
present. Her sister. Mrs. Stinson
of Durant has been with her.
There was a large crowd out for
singing Sunday night.
Bill Tnft and daughter, Bernice
spent the day Sunday with John
Sandlin of Armstrong.
There was a large crowd out for
the election Saturday afternoon.
Adron Graham visited Edward
Simmons Sunday night.
ITEMS FROM SILO
ue I urai.am Ms.te.i their In-other and, Mr. mi( Mw. Killel.iw were vis
sister Saturday night. ltim, . ,..,,, sundav.
Several persons from here attend-1
ed church at Rrown Saturday night. I
Floy Camp of Durant was visit-'
ing Myrtle Young Sunday.
J. B. James who has had an at-'
tack of pneumonia is much improved
at this writing.
Mioses Mary Gray and Lucy Dunn
of Durant visited Mary Harrison Sun
day. Nina Ladd spent Friday night and
Saturday with her mint, Mrs. L. L.
Ladd of Star.
Dr. Austin and family of Mead
visited A. E. Cates and family Sat
urday. Herbert Harrison of Durant was in
Quite a few persons from here at
tended the program at Fulsom Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown visited
Mr. iiml Mis. (luster Epperson Sun-ilny.
Mr Tmkei and fiimily of
Ua-hita i-ited Mi. mill Mi-. .1
Tiicl.i-i S.ituiday mid Sunday.
.1 T Cllte- W I- a hll-illl'is vi
hi iHnatil Mouthy.
lie.itiitr liihb- .-ind Nell limun.
I.'illlll tt'e-t .mil IScatlire I'lilliee (if
J!' p'wi ul'i-iilnl Sunday St'himl line
.1. (!. Ham-. hi am! family iittcml
ril rliiiii'li at liii. mt Sntut.'ij niyht.
I.. I.. I .idil and wife and Dorlhy
Million ni' Star -pent Stindav with
Mr. and Mi-. V. I). L-uld.
The -mall child of .1. E. Tinker's
which ha" lici'ii -ick fur tin- la-it week
is murli bettor.
Maggie N'iiluil-nii .-petit Sunday
with Vimnii' Brceie.
Knliy and Ituth Maxwell spent Sat
unlay afti'incKiti with I,ettye Niehol-
Mr. and .Mrs. I .enter Tucker had
illative- visiting them lust week.
Arhra Bishop of Platter spent the
week-end with home folks.
Mr. Taylor visited K. N. Taylor
ITEMS FROM BUFFALO
Little Delbcrt Self is on the sick
list this week.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Ran
dolph a fine baby boy.
The dance given by Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Jones last Tuesday night was I
Denver Thompson. Herman Jones,
Elmar Dollins and Willie Dollins at
tended the dance given by Tom Peters
Mrs. J. W. Jones intertained a host
ilf .,... ,,lllt Sllfllinv sM
, Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfrcd Rose were
snopping in iioKcnito hnturuay.
G -ge Ila-kins nf ne.tr Franklin
al tended the dame given by Oliver
J. W. Jones. Will Wood antl Jim
Self uncle a lui-iness trip to Caddo
Mis. Self visit,.,! ,n. Westley Gai
.Mr. and Mis. Winfred Ro-e visited
his mother Fiiday.
I. iila lio'c has been visiting her
In other. Wiufied Ito-o near Buffalo
Mrs. Jim Self wsiied Mrs. H. P.
A huge titiwtl from Buffalo at
tend piayer meeting at Freeny Chap
el Sunday night.
Miss N'oia Miser has been suffer
ing with a bone felon for the last
ITEMS FHOM W SKITA
Then- was a ni.e rain fell hele
Monday, which will he a help to the
o.its and gaiileiis.
The paity at John Goodie's was
well attended Saturday night and en
joyed by all that was there.
Carrie Kastall fioin Caddo spent
.Saturday night with Minnie Lindcv
in is on tin
I.illie Lindsey and Marv
hunt spent Sunday evening with the
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tended church at Caddo Sundav
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tended the Party at Mr.
Nina Vincent and brother, were
shopping in Durant Tuesday.
.Mrs. Nut Cato from Pleasant Hill
were visiting in this community this
Melvin Halo was visiting at the
home of his mother's Sunday.
Mr. Paddock is on the sick list this
The farmers of this community
have begin to plant corn.
Hli. A. L. STCUT
Pint male lUmk BalldlB
Phono I8S Bm. Pkoa I-J
TENNIS RACKETS AND RALLS
Wright and Dlston's Davis Cup Rackets $li.00 to $l."i.00
Other Rackets . .. . $3.00 Up
Wright and Diston Tennis Balls . .. .. 50c
The Case Boys
127 W. Main.
The Sportlnp Goods Store
The Durant Weekly News
Sander- inotored to Durant
Monday to meet
In - mother from
The mil-it ill nl Ilo.we I!u-h'H Mon
day night wa- mjoyid by a large
1'iof .1. V. Tmrii -"'''! Ui'dnes
ila nigl.t with .Inn Join-.
Mr-. Seniih N nght -pent Thur.
d.iy night . UI. Mi . I!. If. i hilder.
Ml. lilnl All-. i" Fin nil spent
'riiiu-da. n.gt.' 'Mtn Miu .'. (I.
.Mm. l-a I'lllmg iiiut Mr-. Jessie
Kill' weie ii, I tin stilt mi tiade- day. i
Oats an looking fun- after the
am. Some of the fanner- aie hav
ing to -ow -nine oel.
The imisiiiil gnen by Mr. and Mis.
Sam Hush l'ndii night was well at
W. F. lauell i- on the -itk list.
The Ftiia Sunday School is pre
paring to -end -oiiie picture lessons
and other Sunilay School literature
to Rev. II. G. ('. Matlock?' Sunday
School nt Shanghi, China. We have
'received several interesting letters
from Rev. Mullock about his Chinese
Sunday School over there.
Ijis Duncan fell and sprained her
ankle at school Friday.
I Prof. Turner spent the week-end
with home folks at Durant.
Miss Dagley and Miss Elizabeth
1 Zinnecker. Miss Amy Cox spent the
week-end with their home folks.
' Miss Leotu O'Donley spent Sunday
with Miss Pauline Ellis.
Misses Jessie and Bessie Ilryant
were shopping in Durant Saturday,
J. S. Stark and family and Miss
Bessie Reagan spent Sunday at Mr.
W. J. O'Donley was called to the
bed side of his mother at Cyril. Ok
.Misses Ethel and Bertha Strick
land, student- at the Teachers' Col
lege spent the week-end at home.
.Mr. and Mrs. Dude Giay and Ma
bell Ashford attended church here
Bio. Al Hopkins of Mead tlelivei
ed thrte sermons Satuulay anil Sun
day. tjuite a gootl irowd of Utica peo
ple weie nut I'nday afteinoon to
hear the debates. The first subject
resolved that Juliu- Cesar tlitl more
for the people than Alexander the
filcnt. The affuniatne-. Ray Thorn
ley and Alma Lynn Negatives,
Jessie Bryant and Dun Fan ell. The
judges. J. V. Turner, Butler Childers
and Miss Amy Cox. gave honor to'
the affirinatiW' -idi. Both sides did i
well. Second -ubjeit; H-olved that
Chai li-mugne was a gi eater man than
Augustus Caesar. The affirmatives
were Pauline Klli- and ( laience Mc
Gowau; negatives Edith Carroll and
Hulieit Hobb-. Affiiniatiw side
won. The thud subject: lesolved
that diver-ifii d fanning i- more
beneficial than the one nop -ys-teiii.
The affirmatives weie J. I!.
Bush anil Raymond McCandless. Neg
atives were Bessie Fiy and Glndy
Duncan. The negative side won.
The sihool will render one or mou
debates each week. Every body i t
dially invited, espicially the patrnn-
I'ugene Fiy w.i- '.eiy -euiiu-ly
luiit at sehool Monday fiom falling
off the merry-go-iouiul: required
ten stiti. he- tn dress the wound
FROM CARROL'S CHAPEL
Mrs. j. p. Bogan and daughtei
Jewel ami .Mi-. ,i. ii. .tinier ami -on
sick list Dan motoietl to Durant Tuesday.
Tinner Miller returned Weilncs-Whisen-
day after a wiek's i-it in Antlers.
T. E. Rnbin-on I- on the -ick li-t
Turner and Vnginia Miller .ind
Harvey Howie attended the nigger
.Minstrel at Cobb Saturday night.
t-'CALL AND SEE US
We have Dill line of Grocer-
ios. feeds and peeds.
ionie in ana get our prices
before you buv.
Market Square Store
M. C. BASS. Prop.
108 N. 1st Ave. Phone 100
Mrs. J. II. Miller and baby spent
.i dn with Mrs. S. W. Fielding.
In-t of the member of the F. L.
.i' ttil- plan' were pic-ent at the
(iig Niturda afternoon. They
i(i their I'lei ticti. Coffie, pie and
' i i'i ii. ed b the ladii'- of the
, . ' it 'lie ti.iini'.- an1 i wing
t- t.ml -onie haw their mm
, .iiideiK planted,
.lol.'i (iiawtt i- making -onie im
tnieii.- on hi. tenant hou.-e-.
li - Aliiiie ''ailei ilo-id a ucce-'-iciin
of -choiil at New Alll.-on
mil anil will sj.nt ln-i wication
'in hi.ir.e folk'.
; i Eslul; li-itid lehitiW's and
.-.I- in Twelvi Mile Sunday.
iiphas I'R'Iding spent Saturday
...!! win. 1'i.n inner.
limn to .ir. anil .ill's, .-i.-mnin. a
f oi young man Wednesday night.
.Mr and Mrs. Phillips of Armstrong
. -ited Mrs. Eslick Saturday.
.Ii-s Annie Carter and .Miss I'luma
.smith attended church at Caddo Sun
ITEMS FROM PIRTI.E
Pro. White filled his regular ap
pointment at this place Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grey from Old Al
lison spent Saturday night and Sun
day with friends and relatives of
Mrs. McLane spent Saturday night
with her daughter of Durant.
Miss Jessie Hey of Durant is spend
ing the week with her cousin. Miss
Miss Emma McLane will
S'iiiu time this week for Oklahoma
i .ty to spend some few weeks in
1 'harley Rose and family of Hat
ihn siient Saturday night and Sun
u..y visiting relatives in Pirtle.
Mis- Alpha Culpepper spent Sat
urday night with Mis Ethel Davis
of Elm View.
1'. "M. Banner and family were
-hopping in Durant Monday.
Mr Gibbs of Durant spent the i
'.w.-k-end with his daughter Bnn
I'd! and Ada Anderson spent the
tk-md with Mrs. Anderson's par
ti: . Mr. Hurley of Wade.
' . ping in Durant Saturday.
"ine of the farmers are going to
1 i .t. planting com and potatoes.
The little infant of Ed Cooper has
i quiet sick, bul is some better. ,
HEMS FROM PRITCMARD
ft.e big rain has delayed the far-
i,i i- woik. The oat crop is looking
. i .veli. Don't think there will
hi .. good stand as the freeze got
i .. ot them,
it.g irowd attended the B. Y. P. U.
).' -r- ;:"
Sunday night. Urn. West of Hnkchi
to made a speech.
Mrs. T. D. Pearee is on the sick
li-t this week.
Ilio. Glass from Deiiison pnaihed
h.'ie Saturday night and Sunday.
Pint". T. J. Waddle wa- in Durant
Ruth Ready spent Monday night
wuh N'eoma Pearcc.
I illlc Turner who is attending
sihoiil nt Rokchito spent the week
It ml with home folks.
Mr. (!. J. Thompson who has been
' sii k for some time
I day School Sunday.
was nut to Sun-
We welcome her
, T. F. U. local gave
,.,. Thuisday night.
a pie sup-
Thompson spent Sun
day night with Neonia Pearee.
Rex Hawkes spent Sunday night
with Cecil Pearee.
M. L. Walls and family. .Mrs. John
Simmons and family sepnt Sunday
with Jarrett Walker and family.
Mrs. Clarence Sullivan nnd children
spent Sunday with Mrs. J. A. Brown
ing. ITEMS FROM BLUE
Mrs. N. E. Brown of Muskogee is
visiting relatives at this place.
Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Homer
Brooks of Tomlin visited relatives
Brother Jones of Bennington fill
ed his regular appointment here Sat
urday night and Sunday. ,
Mrs. Claude Parks of Durant vis
ited friends and relatives here Sun-
leave'; ... . . , ,
.Mrs. veima liiiDen speni ounuay
with her sister, Mrs. T. H. Gilbert.
Miss Ozella Dicus, who is attend
ing school at Durant spent the week
end with home folks here.
A large crowd attended singing
Friday night at the Baptist church,
but our leader Mrs. Gray of Durant
Many people attended church Sun-
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ITEMS FROM MATOY
The stork visited Mr. and r-,
T. Booth Saturday morning nnd'u
.ui. nun ..nr.. . .. inninas
f I M..,. t K ni
t'liildieu oi Armstrong
Miss Fninm Dawson of Common.
Ti'Mis has i omu to stay with her lZ J
ll'l. .Ills. IJJIIIIlllll.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Seals of South M
Texas visited her mother. .Mrs n.nJ
ton heie last week.
( lark Daulton of Atoka also visit
his mother here last week.
Master Hugh Hull has been ,.
feriug with toncilitis the past wetk.
The young people enjoyed a nan.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem
LeFlore Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boydston hav
u new hoy. Wns left with them last
W. H. Yeats, wife and daughter.
Ruby of Durant attended the Sunday
School convention here Sunday.
Sam Tigert went to Bokchito Mon
day. ATTENDANCE WAS SWELLED
Sunday School attendance here wii
swelled to 2,126 last Sunday. Th j
Baptists lead with 557 in total at-
I tendance and also in the Men's Bi-
ble class with 124. The Women'i
Bible class of the Methodist Church
lead with 81 present.
WHEN YOU THINK OP
FARM LOANS THINK OP
FRANK H. WHITE
Durant Meat Market
Highest Martost Price
Paid 'or Cattle and Bogt .
A. W. MASON, Prop.
Ill So. Sec. Durant j
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