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The Durant Weekly News
FRIDAY, MARCH at 3
nioM uoniNsoN school
tjuitc u number of people from
hi ii attended the ditiut muotini: of
ft' I I. l A. ut .Midway 1'iiday
i 1 t!i Sin i hat! liU'liii'-' in Du
ll irt Satuidav.
ITEMS I'KOM III.IK
Miss MTdna Cm hot r i"
dcmonstiutu" vired cut In
dny iwniiiir .u i1 i , .mi 7. c a
.seven tf en n. i tii
Iliotlicr Itu-h a ( hu-ti.i'i picarh
-cr of Arhii:- pn'.uhi"! vciy inter Maxtor vvole tin- ituests uf Misses
3SUn mmiiidii- t.eie Sunduj. aftef, Alfioil Phi'iiuo and Mudf-i- Phi-rigo
noon and mcht. Saturday.
Mrn. Gilbert of Durant -pent last I JULk Pientice of Huffalo was in
week with iclatives of this place. oar community Friday.
Maicruente Poison of this place. jtr. nn, jim. c. I). Robinson and
wK hm bein t.k i aide to be up,MM, Hiam and C. D. Jr. were in
once more. I Caddo Thur-dav nieht.
Earl Colbert's baby is on the sick J ,-,.. ami -,',..,, Guy Crossett. a"nd
ITEMS I'ROM I'lUTCHARI) ITEMS FROM BUFFALO
The oat crop is lookins better af The rain which fell Saturday de
ter the lain. laed the funnels from planting
Seveial fiom heie attended the 1 ,oin.
I. I nw..iim In tlnr.-inl. ' C. M. N'llllols ha been .ic.k fill'
IVnil and .lew ell Simmons spei V the past week, but is impioving at ' thiouirli planum; coin.
Sunday with Alta and Roberta . thi writinp. Much interest is being aroused in
Mr. and Mrs. Loonaid MtCuiley our community oy me numws, ,
ival, which is going on. iiros. ces
ser and Jones are delivering some
ITEMS FROM ROBERTA
We were fortunate in getting a
good rain Saturday which was need
ed for all the crowing crops. Most
..ii !,.. .. .,!,, In .hip cnmmiinitv are i iUht about finished nU.n-
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lucriir ivuv mi nr.ni'ui. . . ... "a
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i-uuni MIKBNY CIIAPpi '
The rain last wool, ... V
ful to gardens around hoery-
ri ! m "C
;iosc an me larmers around i
wt nl.nnl flnlat,...l l.. . . 0Un' 1
Mi !v t Hiii- Mi Mvitiii Slntun Ninth
nrd .Mi Arna I.ee Miller attended Dr. Fuston was tailed Friday to of Ilokchito isitcd her mother, Mrs.
I. jjii"! ;.lu ut ('.iildii Tli'Jt-day. the bedside of Mis. T. I). Peaice, who nnima Winfrey Thursday.
Mm- nlirht. Ms sitk. Miss Belle Scalf spent Sunday
.. ...I. ... . .1 . '. mrt.
"l .Mm. V. M. Phetiirn was visitintr On account of bad weather the i evening Wltn .ilis.s uia l'eek.
m r.iflfln I'tnliiv. Snnilnv Sihiinl intupntlnn wns nut .Mrs. Peek. Una Peek. Sue Thomp-
Mii" Mvitle Slaton and Evelyn held here Sunday. .-on. Raymon Self are on the sick
Mr. and Mm. Golden Cundiff from list this week.
Bon ell (.pent Saturday night with Jim Swnder was in this communl-
her mother. Mrs. I.illie Cummings. ty Sunday
list at this writing.
S. H. Moore's luuc burned Monday
-morning. It taught fiom the flue
while Mrs. Moor was conking dinner.
"Very little of the house hold goods
The sthool at this place will be out
Jit the end of this week.
Mrs. W. T. Rush was thrown from
-a wagon, in which she wns riding, to
the ground. When the wagon lau over
-:i stump. She stiffen d a dislocated
Mrs. Mattli Town-end of Duiant
visited telatlus of tin- place last
-.vi 1 1..
J. II. Hams has just letuined
Jtinm a vi-it v ith ielati.es at ISos-
.Miss Fate .Stoen is not teaching
aLie at pii-i'iit but i- attinding
school at Dui.int. Hci si.tci is
tteacinng in her place.
Mrs. N. i; Blown left aftel a two
-weeks isii with li lends and rela
ties, for hci new holm1 at Trail.
A large ciowd attended preaching
Miss Ix-ila Renfro, a teacher of
Toridin. sjient tlic- week-end with
home folks at this place.
Mrs. Hoinei Biooks of Tomlin
npent I'nd.iy night with ielaties
of this place.
Mi. and Mi.s. Woods, of New
(Jli'iti'ii. me heie visiting ivlatives.
A huge ciowd attended the debate
-at the Baptist t'huich 1'iiday night.
The debate! s weie pupils of this
.scbiml 'I he fuiestion under consid-
eRilion was, Ite.olM'd: That the
AcV.onl distin Is ot Ilatihei, Blue anil
Pirtlc should ami uiuld build cipnp
-xind m.iint.iiii a coti-olidated sthml.
The -iffiimativc side wa lepiesent-
seci -li Cl.ua Blown. Clinton Giant
-3n0 Dlinpley Renfioe, anil tile speak-
vrs nil the tcgative side weie Ola
Ij-e Bogg. Mabel Renfioe and Idlis
ll'EM-i FROM 11AI.K
iVnst all f.limeis ale pl.ilitlllg
'-oni. G.iideiis ate looking fine.
jii Kobeit IIooM'i dellM'led Us
..in intc testing seinini) Suuila.v night
We ele i ltd new of fuels and tc.it h
ers Jslinila in on Stind.i Sihool.
They aie n. follows; S. C. MiKiiini'v,
Mipi'iintetident; Miss Madge Ad. mi-.
-ecri'tai; R I.. Hoover, Bible tlass
teailiei; Miss Polite Molfatt. sttimi
-chiss t cut hi i ; Mi-. W. V.. Ilod-on,
junior iIjs. tuuliei and .Mi-. S. C.
.Mc !inne.. i.iiii tl.is. teat hci.
The pic siippci at Hale Tliiiidai
nigbt was a siuv,ss wlmh bimiglit
.SKi.tS. Fi.uil. Mom. uteiMiI the
i.-ke ut Mup fui being tin ugliest
rrs?iri Tl.t iiiuni'.N will In ilk! to get
iiahis i'oi the lmu-i
Air. Ilisct and f.inulv s,ciit Sun
ti.i.v witb .Mi.. Rogei's famtl.v.
.Miss Wot thy hid the ini-foi tune
of -.tilting In t cat binned up in the
g&i-igc at lioktliito v. hull bin mil
ilox.n .atuid'ij night.
Riihaid Pi ij,lu fiom M.ito at
li'jiiliil chilli, at II. ili .sundiix night.
.Mr. Mm ti i and f.imtl, isttd then
(iaughtei, who liw- ut ins Boggy
"3ur.il.iy and Mnnila.
Alia it M 'tf.itt -petit Sundav and
Snnda.v night with his s.tci. Mis.
i:. M. Motan
daughter. Janice, took supper at the
home of Mrs. Crossctt.s mother, Mrs.
E. G. Baxter Tuesday evening.
Frank Hatther an old resident of
Caddo, was visiting in our commun
ity Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Anna Lee Miller led prayer
meeting Sunday night.
MeUin Hale and Miss Madge
Phetigo, Mane Slaton and Sadie
Phetigo took supper nt the home of
Mr. and Mi-. C. D. Robinson. Sun
day. Little Gm dan Fulsom of Caddo is
spending the week-end with Bow
Mis- Ruby Arnold took supper with
.Miss Alfied Pheitgo Sunday.
Lai I Mitihcll of i'lanklm attended
pi.ivci nueting Sunda.v night.
C.tsto Pierce i isiting near Ban
ty this week-end.
Howaid Counsil of Piitthiud wa
in out ((immunity Sunda.
Me-sis George Tugwell. W. W.
Baxtei and P. T. Hibdon attended the
lounty tometition of the F. L. U. A.
Hviam Robinson, C. D. Robinson.
Jr.. Albert Hibdon, and Dean Brent
linger went on a fishing tiip Friday
W. T. Wnght had business in Bok
Mis. Geotge Hodef. and daughter.
Ella weie isiting at the home of
Mis. Tom Jones. Sunday.
Mis. U'c Ntthols is lecoveimg
fiom a case of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mi-. Jim Gio-s weie in
County Attorney. Victor C. Phillips
and assistant county attorney Stan
lc Williams -.poke to a huge ciowd
heie Mondnj night. Their talks
wne i njocod by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Shack Draper and
Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett B. Walker spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
Peaite and family.
Albert Shirley fiom Durant spent
several day.s with his brother-in-law.
T. J. Waddle.
Miss Dessie N'oland from Bokc In
to spent Saturday and Sunday with
Felton Holley from Bakersfield
California spent the week-end with
his cousins, Neoma and Cecil Peart e
Mrs. John Simmon's baby is on
the sick list this week
Mrs. Fannie Winfry and Miss Al
ma Nichols spent Sunday evening
with Misses Velma and Ola Peek.
L. E. I.armon made a business trip
to Caddo Wednesday.
' Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Thompson. Mrs.
' Rose and Mrs. Miller visited Mrs.
Self Thursday evening.
Buffalo school visited Mt. Pleas
ant Friday and played an interesting
game of basket ball, the scores being
'20 to 22 in favor of Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Flossie Giaig. Mr. Elmar Dol
lins. Miss Bethie Rice. Mr. Duke
I Smith visited the home of H. P.
Willie and Lillian Hawkes and I Thompson Satuiday night.
Ruby L. Peaue spent Satuiday night
with Mis. Lillie Cummings.
.Miss Lulu Halley who has bttn
sick for some time is not improving
Mrs. M. A. Hall is on the sick li-t
Miss Ronnie Pieiic fiom Robin-"t
is w-itmg Neoma I'taite this week
powetful sermons. Everybody is
invited to attend.
Mr. Chester Bradford has started
to the Normal for the spring term
Roy Childs was sick last week of
pneumonia, is much better and recov
Several of the farmers union mem
bers from this local attended the dis
trict meeting at Durant Saturday.
Mr. Thomly of Tomline, local was
a guest at this local Wednesday
Mr. J. L. Roberts was a business
visitor to .Durant Tuesday.
Mr. A. C. Powell of Durant was
a business visitor to Roberta Tuesday.
Miss Bethie Rice and Miss Ruble
Cling spent Friday night with Mr.
and Mis. Rice near Banty. I
J. H. Henslcy near Old Chuich is-
ittd his daughter. Mi-. Annie Tliomp-,
-on neai Buffalo. i
Mcilin Rose of neai Banty isited j
hi- biother. Winfoul Ro-e Satuiday i
The Birmingham (Ala.) Age Her
ald has found a real human interest
want-ad. It says: "Come home. John,
I've sold the poodle."
Dr. J. L. Reynolds
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
and Glass Fitting
Over Corner Drug Store
There was no Sunday School!
Mr. Cecil Wright went in ci.
where his wife is undergoin 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ni-'.
her brother, Clarence Sullhaa,
Pritchard Saturday night and'
Thp hflll trnmo Qitn.
fl... nlltaifln .... 1
Mr. Russell Wood
with his parents.
Mack and Roy Clement sMt.t (
uiuujr mt,"" mm meir uncle.
Homer Moran visited Ralph
ram ounuuy evening.
CITIZENS OIL COMPi
Wholcaie and Betaa
Gasoline and Oils
Serrlee Statfoa 420 W.
Free DellTery in City
icicpuuuo iix uurant,(
Durant Meat Mark
Highest Market Prkt
Paid for CaXh and &J
A. W. MASON, Pm
111 So. Sec.
PROM EACII GROVE
Mr. and .Mi-. J. C. Kcnned spent
.Sunday with Ml. and Mis, R. H.
Shcllon of Duiant.
Mi-, Ohland Mm ton nee Seeley is
spending the week with her father.
G. . Scclcy and other lelatiU's in
James and Aithur Rus-ell spent
Sunday with Roy Bledsoe.
I. N. Daw son came m fiom Mexia
Satuiday. He is i-itmg his bio
thei. N. V, Dawson.
Mi. I'lcy Nel-on of Shciman is
visiting Geo. Seeley. Ml. Nelson was
one ut out navy bins.
N. I'. I law son and family visited
M. V.. Stilwell Sunday.
Lee I-anc and Calvin Veach visited
the Fai mi is Union at Aimstiong
Mi and Mis. Calvin Ve.uh visited
Mr. and Mis. Jake Floyd at Arm
G, W. Seeley and son- visited R.
S'chlmkit .Sunday. ! miles cast of Du
iant. The .Mills tatull.v aie nc.ul.v all on
the suU It t this week. They have
Fi.ink I'ciguson's family aie on
till silk list tills wtek.
.Mis. Maty Scelej who has been
iiiiilimtl to l.oi loom with hc.nt
tioiiblc foi some time is -ome better.
She I able to walk to the door.
.Mis. BiiiIic lYmph'tim i.nd thildien
of Duiant spent Wednesday night
with her motlici. Mi. Lie I. inc.
Mis. Mai.v Lane and Ml-. Smith
spent I in sd.ij with Mi-, tjuiik Ninth
FROM OLD ALLISON
The Faim Uiboi Union concti
tton was held m Duiant last Satin
day with delegates fiom the diffeunt
locals all ovei the county, piesent.
Mr. and Mis. Luke Smithson weie
present at Sunday Sihool last Sun
day. Mi. and Mrs. George Campbill
spent Satuiday night at Mr. Jim
Theie was a good slow lain fell in
this section Satuiday morning vvhuh
will be beneficial to ciops.
Theie wns no ptayer meeting la-t
Satin tl.iy night on account or nail
weather. When the weather is fav
mable thcic will be piayer meeting
on Satuiday nights. Eveiy one mo-t
coidially invited to attend.
P. A. Melton of Roheita visited in
our settltment last Sunday.
Bio. Woods did not make his ai
lival la-t Sunday. He went to Roik
for the convention and lould not git
back in time to get heie.
The Sunday school election resulted
in the election of 3. W. Horton a
supeiinteiident to suiceed Mr. Chc-t-nut
and Miss flussie Jordan as M'C,-
retaiy to suttccd Mis. Chestnut.
Messi-. Shnley, Hobbs and Kel-o
made a business tup to Duiant Sat
uiday and had a haul time with the
car on account of wet loads.
The sthool trustee election i- to
be held Tuesday of this week. There
will be no -thool on this day.
The Bu-hnel ball team and Old
Allison team aie going to have a
ball game Tue-day.
H. V.. Mourn and Ml
AD.s. Bond and -on Johnnie have
"fcven ciy -uk with flu but aie bet-
iiT at this wilting. , ntoM .,kS..T HILL
I .Mi-. Ca-tlcbi'iiy's sj-tci and fam
ily ot Colbeit spent the week-end
A heavy lain last I inlay stopped with liei.
corn planting a while. I W. s. David-on. John Davis, Mr.
.Miss Leona Giay has been visiting and Mis. C.istlebeuy visited Midway
aer jiister. Mis. Cummings near Bok-,F. L. U. A. Fuday night.
.Aito the past two week-. ji,. Iiul Cooper who lias been
Jm- Lightfoot is teaching a singing teaching school at Grass Slide in
ITEMS FROM MATOY
chirtil at Crystal, ncioss Boggy.
.Mr. Hale brought his ball team
rum Buffalo last Friday to Mt.
Atoka county returned home Satur
Mr. Chivers. Mr. Parker and Tom
Pleasant and played a nice game of Lotspeech of Allison visited the F. L.
Ba-sJcet ball, the girls all played hard,,U. A. at Midway Friday night,
tbat ijuite and clean. It was a tie and Sthool wns out here last Friday.
vheB they played off the tie the We have had a successful school;
-rfajr.e was 20 to 22 in favor of Mt. the ladies prepared a nice dinner for
Pleasant. Us injoyed by all.
J. T. Hale went to Caddo Sat- Graydon Heffner of Silo visited
i lrdaj night. Ihere last week.
W h. Axon was in Caddo Mon- The Hnnce Wednesdav nt Hur-hell
Airs. Green of Whitewrighti Texas
s insiting Mrs. Roberts here.
Mrs. Joe Lightfoot and children
ire visiting her parents at Old Good
land. A Mna Glass from Denison has
hrcn preaching here the past week,
lie H-gins a meeting at Mt. Pleasant
this Thursday night.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Felmet visited nt
""Wade Sunday, returning Monday.
3Sr Roberts and Mr. Pettitt went
&o Durant Monday.
Mac Cummings and wife visited
her parents here Sunday night.
School will be out here Friday.
Mullins' was enjoyed by all.
The fanners are busy planting
corn this week.
We had a nice rain Friday and
W. T. Castleberry and R. W. 'Scott
weie in Durant Satuiday on business.
Miss Essie Morrison. Bertha Tash
ley, Eunice Tummer and Albert
Cooper aie attending the Normal nt
Mr. and Mt. Marcus Cooper were
in Durant Monday on business.
I. J. Morrison spent Sunday even
ing with W. T. Castleberry.
Leroy Airington and son. Edward
were in Durant Monday.
HEMS FROM SILO
A laige ciowd of young folks at
tended a singing given at the home
of Ruby Maxwell Sunday night.
Mis. II. B. James is on the -uk list
Mr. and Mis. oti- Bishop of Blown
visited Mi. W. D. Bishop and fam
Ruby Ciow Icy of Plea-ant Hill
l- vi-iting liei cou-m Maiy Cates
Sunday Sthool was eiy well at
tended Sunday. Tcatheis and offi-
ici- will be i let ted next Sunday.
Every body ionic and tiling some one
Wc aie having much rainy wcath
ei this week, vvhuh is delaying the
funnels at their plowing.
.Mis. Lc James of Fulsoni was in
Mrs. T. J. Breece spent Sunday
with Mi- Seaw nght and fanulv
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MEN WANTED To sell our goods
in country and city. Whv work fnr
other when you can have a business
of your own with a steady income.
we sen ijoods on time and wait for
our money. Team or auto needed for
country1 vvork. no outfit needed in
city. Experience unnecessaiy, we
tiam in salesmanship. McConnon
& Company. Winona. Minn. Mention
this paper. i;!wsl
COTTON SEED-1020 crop Mebnne
cotton seed at $1.00 pei bushel at
farm. W. B. Chiles. Route a. Du
rant. Okla. ' 13ws3
FOR SALE: 1 Maxwell car, 1020
model, in good condition. Practically
new cord tires all around. Will trade
for city property. Phone COD or 414J.
Keep this fact in mind That every day in the
week bargains can be found at THE DIXIE STORE.
Some of these Specials may be just what you need
Get the habit of coming up and "looking around." The
chances are you will save some money. Another thing
our merchandise is 95 per cent new, fresh goods and
bought worth the money.
HERE THEY ARE!
Wc are exclusive agents for Kabo
Corsets. This is one of the better
lines in the countrv. Km- advertis
ing purposes we will offer a good
SIX HAY SI'LTIAL
In these specials we are not trying
to Unload a lot of stickers and mer
chandise out of style, but something
you need right now. Sport Suiting
is in demand
SIX DAY SPECIAL
Not the ordinary cheap kind, but
a good one. Just what you need
now Worth twice what we are go
ing to ask
... in i-2c
We have arranged a 38 suit spec
ial. These are men's and young
men's, Suits that sell most every
where at $1S.iio to iJi'o.OO
SIX HAY SPECIAL
MEN'S CANVASS GLOVES
240 pairs good knit wrist gloves.
Just what your wife needs to work
the garden. The thing you need to
drive the fliver
SIX HAY SPECIAL
SIX HAY SPECIAL
A good assortment of patterns.
Good for aprons, but better to make
the home attractive
SIX DAY SPECIAL 17 l-2c
LITTLE HOYS HATS
A great big table full of verv good
hats, at a price
SIX HAY SPECIAL
A good assortment of sizes In a
real tinionall. Selling everywhere
at $3.00 to $4.00
SIX DAY SPECIAL
nra, "n0" "e.e(j a ne,w dress and want something that is absolutely
new and want to make a real having look them over. They are all
wiweHn?i,Ju8t unl)ac,ked- RiSht now we are showing them in our
U1? and tney are aa kee" as a whistle.
EXTRA SIX DAY SPECIAL j15j5
LEARN TO SAVE C03IE TO A CASH STORE 1VHERE THEY SELL
THE DIXIE STORE
Where Up Town Prices Look Extravagant