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FRIDAY, JUNE 9
llio. (Sri'i-n fillt'il Im ifKului .i)
puintiiii'iit lii'tc Suml.iy .ilo Sunday
Ml Tiiiint II:it ' f 'Ilunlay
fm !. Ancilt ('nlifnniiii wIhto
lii' will -pi'iiil a few I'M 11
Miss Clou MtUlllI I sisttinu' he-r
-i-.tt i at I'tun lln w i K
'I li in- iii inn -iipih' u.i .'I'll tit-
i)tir paMoi M s.mli i Mt Mmiil.i timli'il Uidpi' iln.v niKhl at Mi. ( W.
'itoM iik iii:k st iiooi
The nmtliu' u.i ri iutrsful
Tor Wl"M I I Ml III ' 1H Will lllilhr
M nt 1111 Ilium Mi '.nub i li i
ler r I j yowl inn 1 ! il1- ha
ntriMin on' in im "til iii"" niwiths
fWl'il jmiiiii fr.'K v.uit mi a fi-h-iic
nip Vi iliii-lii merit" aid li id
'cr; cmmI Iml.. I 11 a i:u it dial f
I'niji i nut tin;.' w t- Kunliutid by
IllO. I! Kill-. Siindn tlllit
Mr and Mi I ! If I nl-nin wcic
(i'ilinjr at tin1 iinim of I '!. l'.t
'or'- Tlim-il i
'Mix- Vim Kiiiii- -'"M Sntunl i
otKht with Mi- fldi'i Mioliiw.
JTdw.iid I i.in r finiii Diiiant i
ittd f i U'tnH in tin- in iimity S.itui-
bi and Sutiil i I
Tin inline I.i mii vi-itul Mix Oder
"Miijhew Sund ly afteiiiimn
Wood-im Wia(i and wife s nt
tlie week-end with rilntiW't in Dti-'
Mr. and Mr Howl llti-h. Mr-. II. :
Uain and Mix 1 nje lSuin weie Caddo
A laiue (Kiwd nttindcil the -inn-!
iner that w.ii e:ii'ii hy Mr. and Mrs.
I'm iI"mI lepinted a nuc
i II attindi d Ttie"
. dti of Dm in' W'i
1 1 . i niuhl Mi
I it -i nt
Tin m will he inc.icliini; S tUi'-li
niirlit Siiinln and .Sunday "'eh!
lAeijhody t. unit and hi Inn -nut" urn
I) M li.ililu I and -mi- weie ill
Hint .S'lluiil i alteimmn
(I I". IJii-e. I,. A. lin-i' mid ' 1.
1 1 it 1 1 mi niMih a liu-inc trip tn Du-
Mi". S. I. Un-i Min T. I". I.millt'j, .
-in nt Sum! ij with lilatne- in lllut.
The fai mi i- uiikhi ipenkintr was.
will atU nihil Thin-d.i.v nlcbt.
Theie was a l.ucri1 irowd from I'll-
He attendi d pieathin at Klin View
ImiiKis of this community nie
wdl up with tin ii work Prop's are
looMncr fine Some cotton chopped
Mr. and Mit. Walter Hayes and
faniilv pi nt .Sunday Jifternoon in
The Home Demonstration Club will
Miss Kssie DowIiiik is spcndinR j ,m,.t at the home of Miss
the week with her -ister. Mr. W. W. KosC'. next Thursday week
W oti r. one come
Misses l'aye and Clovis Ham enter- jj, Ueb.i Carr, Otis Hallcrburton
iHined their friends with n party Sat- t!ubj Co and Klmer Green went ko-
unlay nie;ht. V.veiv one enjoyed it ,,,i,,nir Suiuluy afternoon.
vi ry nuicli Walter Willis of Caddo spent Sun-
Miss Myrtle Wt.iver and Mr Vance ,jnv with friends licic.
Ynnilcll attended rhurch nt Pleasnnt
Hill Sunday and spent the afternoon
with Miss Maiy Ki reman.
Noah Owens was a Caddo visitor
FROM TUI.SOM GKOVE
Sunday School was well attended
Kva Garrard and Pearl Wcstmoro-
li 1. .i . m .
., , ' "T, V "'land spent Sunday afternoon with
Pairlce Mayhew Saturday evening. juI!a f'cparty
Mrs. A. A Sorrels and family at-; ' R b ,ta V d Ea nunn
tended church at Pleasant Hill Sat- Satllnfny PU,inK.
unlay niRht ........ I N'nl.le mill Trumnii Vrv weie in Dn-
anl Satuiday on business.
Mr. Ijimbeit and family left Sun'
day for Colin ado where they will
make their future home
W. C. Weave) and son Flavins
had business in Caddo Thursday.
nir. and Mis I Uye isiled rela
tives neai Caddo Sunday.
The Hatthei ball team . went to
Hank to uutdi a hall wimc Sunday
srnini; and won the scoic bi mj :i
ind 5 in fawn ol Hatchet
Mis. i W-iliii 'sit(d her d uikIi
,er, Mrs. Tniii i union Snnd.n.
V. I Valid' II wmt to Caddo Tlmis
GiMidina l 1 1 nun dud S.ittit il.i
Hid w.t I ml In li .t Hi the l'li , t ant
IIKM.s I 1,'IIM VICJY
The (tii'i m In k ii;' ;;wd and w
.in li.iMHK Hi' '" wt.illiir fm woikliiK-
The hull wi.il i- h mi li d imt do
in;; so iniiili d iin lire at pit -i nt
Mr. Mar-li'tll .itnl t.iinily isilid In
f.ithc i al A i in liuiir I i-l weik
Mr. and Mi .li - e Daniion weie
allied to Caddo SuudaN on ait mint
tif the M'lititis illius- of his in ice
The htork inade a tup tluoue;h heie
and left a rlil with Mr. and Mis.
-leiry Hull Wi tlnt-ila and a boy with
Mr. and Mi- Ollie Hull Sund i nil
parties doum well.
Mrs. Airnes Nukles and Ciiiiune
Adams are iittiiidint; the Noinial
Mr. and Mis C It. I-tdd went to
Mr. and Mis Mbeit Matt and
"lr. and Mrs Will Wru.'hl isited W
K. Zion Sunday
Had a nice suniini; Suntlay night.
Mrs. Goin's dauirhter finni Texas
is isitine; her this wtek.
Mr. J. T. Hale made an mteiestinp;
talk nt Suntlav Sdionl Sunday.
Alfalfa hay niakine; is in pniRress.
tVl. T. Fannini; and family, Aunt
Pauline Gray antl Mrs. Hnncy and
children visited at Hentley Saturday
and Sunday. ,
From the looks of the tracks and
bean poles in C. II. KaddV carden. I
"jome one must hae gotten a hadj
scare Sunday night. j
Mrs .John Adcrholt is on the
list this week.
Mr. and Mis. Luther Garrard spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hound
The I.itci.ny was a success Triday
Kuh.N I'ellauiy and Dock Hitchcock
wile at Sund i School at the High
Ua.v t liu 1 1 li Sunday afternoon.
I.ms K ttr, anil Velnia Pate and
linliy Hellniny took dinner with .Tew
i II Iliduotk Sunday.
Goldie Ham- s'pi nt Sunday with
Kb. mat I i and Gewnia Wtstmoie
land ll'ICMS PliOM CM'IJKS
A few mule d iy- of sun-lune
wtatlui and the funnels of this (om
niunitj will be up with their work
Mr. and Mr". WoniN Msited .1 K.
.night Sund i
1!( -K Andis i- impinWiiir some
finni a w i cm bed ankle.
'I Ik -howei was Hindi needed that
i. tine Mondti;, to bung up cotton that
was just planted.
Sunday Sdiool was well attended
Sunday although .-nine of the teachers
Theie was n laige ctowd at sing
ing Suniluj night and we elected of
fiteis; Heniy Acord, president; Mrs.
Motile Gaidner secietary. Our class
intends to go to the convention nt
Wade the -ccond Sunday
Theie was a number of Old Allison
people at singing Sunday night
Mi. and Mr.s. Ucn Duncan of Ro
heita spent the day Sunday with Jack
Gaiilnei and wife.
Mr. antl Mis. Charlie Mackey of
San Antonio, Texas are visiting Mr.s.
Mackej's father and mother. Mr. nnd
Charlie Andis and fnmily made a
trip to Durant Sntuiday.
ITKMS I'KOM fTICA
The graveyard working nt W"lf
tlttk Tuesfla.v was a success. II ive
tin eeinetir in better condition iun
it has iner been Kadi of about wo
ilniii ladies piepaitd .1 huge ha it
of thing- to e.it an hour of e;. ig
failed to consume all the good th ..'.
and intich was to be tamed h m .
Tin tune tt to nut t theie again i
the l.i-t '1 nt stl.ij, in August.
1. M Kinville and daughter. t''a
and -on ltu of the Twelve 't
Pialiie spent Tin da.v night h
Snow Ileum tt and family.
1'iof .1. V Ttiiiiei w I- a bu-M-lttll
lit le Tut -tlav
Mi-s I.tota O'llnnliS was sho ng
in iJui.int Thin -d.iv
. P. I'ai it'll J. I'airell . d
I. I! Iliy.int motiiietl to Duiant - i -mil
.1 l M..v. II. A Kanant. and I
Sandeis wa n Dui.int Suttirda n
.Stvtial of tlit I tn a piople at d
til diildiin'' d iv at Wolk ( u
si hool hou-( Siinila.v and tnjuytti m
nu( pingiam al-o the talk on I. d
diliveicd b.v Mr Shannon of Dm imi
Old aniii.tintatitt - wile glad to i a
l.'iwjt r Dick then .
Mi- Ilowau! J Kelly of Dalla ..i
livid Satuidav to -pi nil a few wnk"
with bet paiciit-
Miss Amy Cox who is atten ling
the tiacheis' colli gi at Durant, .is-
lted Mrs. Mae Seal Sunday cvei nig.
Mr nut Mr- Jody Wells of Kim
View attended J-oid's day scrvi es
Ilrother Shit ley of Durant ha- in
rilOM VEACII GKOVE
Veiy few of our farmers from this
iommunit were in Duiunt Trades
Da.v The planting of cum and killing
vviiiN foutd our farmei- to lemain
G W Seilcj and childien spent
Suntlay with Mr. ami Mrs. Newbcir.v.
X. A. hitcd and son weie le
vicwing especiall.v the hug- and
dm kins Ti .nit's Day
Mi-. Morgan had eggs and ehiek
ins on di-play Tiades Day She ha
thi' lilaek l-ingahaus.
Mr. .1. I.. Whit-ttt fimn South of
Dm ant visitnl II K Kay last Sun
day. Mi-. II K Ku. t- up after a veiy
-even attatk of dill!-.
On Ti ailes Da.v. G. W Sit ley ls
itid Mr. John illlimte's ISal.ery In
Indian Temtoiy da.v - .lohn was a pu
ll of G W. St i ley s .luhn hail then
to help siippuit a widowed mother.
Mum and inuili too -non John stepped
out into the woild in -tanh of wolk
to aid hi- niuthc i in making a living.
Hi begun at .-1" pel month a- a mes--enj't
I bo.v. i nun tn.it he began to
woik iii step by step Today he has
a fine liu-inc aNo owns a good
home and his plate of business. This
was my fust visit to a bakery Rvery
thing was spotless. Many gootl things
to tat aie to be found at John's H.ik
eiy. This -hows that a boy may be
whatevei he i- deteinuned too be ill
1 Ml- John Anilci-on. her daughter
and grand daughter i-ited G. .
Seeley a shoit time Tue-day after
noon. Mi-. Ander-on wa- a pupil
if G. W. Seeley's a"i yeals ago at
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Yandelt
at church Sundav nbi .....u
nml v.itf nf.Uti, 1...I.. . 1
....u .v.j l'.s.j iilllU Mill
Tlw.t-.. vill 1.
.'."." ."." "' eleaii. ,
ITEMS FKO.M I'REENY
Cotton choning is in full progress.
Next week will find many in the oat
liaiwrnt nrimnil lllirn. I
Among one of the saddest accidents , at the Timhei Hill school houl
tienis oeeuicu o.nuiuii.v u .... u.UUj ....... viuou u nml
10 unue ellll' u.ine-i, ii" " ....... ... ... ...v..w.o "im miunv vitil,
vvoikitiL' in the iniiming and had got-.Mr. Bethels Sunday.
ton upon his horse to go to dinner. Mrs. J. W. Morgan spent 1ast,
When the hoi-e became scaled, threw with her son in Bennington
htm fimn his back. Uncle Ollie'.s foot Mrs. W. D. Victors h ,s bfon ,
.1 I.. -.! I I'.t.l It... .. . .. . "" (
liung in ine name's ttiiu u uiuki"i-siv me- in wu wciki
almost to death, lie was lounu auoui :nss uiivia i lannigin .fee
.1 I. 1 .. . li'.. ..11 . . .- I ..... T I.. ..11.. , "Slfl
J ot kick ami tiieti ae a. tie uu iiii-, ;iui n iu.. is visumg nm !illn,
nathize with Mr. and Mis. Puddy of.1V, M. Duty.
whom he was a lenitive and living Miss Bottle Briggs of Old Bem,
with when the end came. tern visited relatives and fruniji
sjeveiul lioin neie aeieuuiii nie iiu oaiuiuuy .uiu ountiay
iln se-ivite at rust unK aunuay.i my. antl nirs. r.lben Mf,-,.l
..." i... .i ! it. ..,.. ,.i,,ii.. i ... ii. . :.unui
l.'.eiv one iciioiis it inii: uiiil. i hmnh;i .isin.il ui. ii, t j'ppj.
.. ' . i i ..... .i...i it. I i. ...... i "uj
aeveiiii nrtiunti nere iiiienuuu uh-i neen-vuu.
ele Ollie s lunei.'U vsuiuluy evening ni iinss umtiys aici uei is nJ
Tiiiniiuii temetaiy. i.uiss rnnsie uuy mis vvck
Mi s Kuby Craig spent the day hun-
tl'i with Mis. Oiu U light.
Mo-t all the young folks fiom Fiee
ny attt'iuleel the pie supper at Buf-
appoiiitini ill in pii.-iin nere autum ij u..,.!,.,,., Tmn
night and Sunday June the lltli ,. nni .,. -T. n. snratn,a Bnd
r.veiybod.v coiihally invited to at- Lhmlr(. uslll,(i (j. y. Seeley Thurs
riirniTTKiTTvrsT Mr- "ni1 -M,s' ok,am! Mo,lton o
i in mi i..ir. i.ni Checotah aie heie .spending the sum
Miss Nannie Sims of Colbert was mer with Mrs. Morton's father. G..W.
visiting Miss Mary McClure Satuidiy .Seeley. Mr Morton is attending the
and Sunday. Ntumal College.
There was a large crowd at the l. E. 1,-iiid and family took dinner
party at Mr. Wynatt's Saturday night with G. W. Selley Sunday. Also J. R.
and all report u gootl time. Spingue and family.
(icoige Johns anel family of Crow- .
fain Satuiduy night
l!io. Mooie of Duiant will fill Bro.
Smith's ltgular appointment next
Sunday week. Kvery one come.
Retina Rice, Duke Smith, Mnttie
Thomp-on and Geoige Hnskins were,
at I'leeny Sunday night.
Mr- Myrtle Summeis is still1
among the sick this week, but is ,
some bettei now. I
Theie was no Sunday School Sun
day on account of the funeral. j
Mr' Summer- of Caddo and son
Fiank were visiting Mrs. Myrtle Sum
mers Tiiilay and Satuitlay
There wa- a laige etovvd at prayer
iiicc'tini Sunday night
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. CalJun
mid Mrs. J. W. Mnrga visite.
P.ev. Hoover. s f-unday.
Mis. Inls Ross nnd diuiditer,
line sjient Sunday with MiS3'
dy Springs were visiting Mr. 0 P.
Pains Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Pilpah Byburn came home
PROM PRAIRIE VIEW
Bio. Blown filled his regular up-
.vi.ss riipan uymirn came home immt hcu. Suml nfternoon.
hu.sday f.om Oklahoma City white r d fami, and M
she has been going to school. ....... ... ... ..,'.. rr.
Mr. Smith of Honey Grove, Texas
came over Saturday to spend n few
days with his sister, Mrs. Wynntt.
Theie was a large crowd attended
Christian Endeavor Sunday night
II. II. Dobson and wife of neai
Bennington spent Sunday here with
Je-s Sutton died Sntuiday evening
about fi o'clock He was well and
wotked Sutuiday morning until about
11 . 1.. 1 ..!.... 1 1 .. .'n
. ve.oiu iimn in .,s -uj.i.ose-o ,.. y rumfl(.I(1V Sun,Iay.
' ll.ll lllll'll lllll IIOL.
! J. ft O'B.innnn and family wut
Ivi-iting in Texas Sunday
Mr Cliffoid Single of Monksto n,
Texa wa- i-iting Mr Bill Yojng
Situiday and -.'nnd ty.
I Mis- Clui.i Puled 'pt'nt .ndny
.with Miss Ktht 1 lohn .on.
Ploy Cole xisited at Ambrose. Texas
.Miss Arelith Brumfielel visited Miss
day at John Coles.
John Washer was a Durant visitor
Mrs. Wa-hei is spending this week
at her son's near Platter.
Miss Ray Dobbins of Denison is the
rue-t of Misses Lena and Lillie Wil
lie Im this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Haddock visited at
Ask Any Traveler-
the benefits ofl
U'EMS PROM CADE He knows
Sunday School was well attended; CORONA
also the time very interesting ser
mons, Rev. C L Hoover delivered Saves tiresome hand writ!
Saturday night and bunday. , land increases personal
The oat crop is pronounced good, ciencv
with lorn and cotton coming fast. '
Tmly our fanners have cause for be- Recommended for Commen
ing inanKiui. Travelers, Druggists. Mid
ters and Teachers.
k CLASSIFIED ADS
c a a a a a a a a a a a a n a a a r.
tajSec one demonstrated.
E. M. EVANS, Dealer
114 North Third
Hnll.ui! went to Duiant Sat-
IIKMS PROM PI.VTI'I'R
Ilimy Gign and mother vi-ited
nlatives near Peni-nn Sund iy
Those on the -lck li-t the past week
v.eie Mi-. Ballard Vinita Liev-ay,
littli J. ( . MtPailand and Veinon
USED CORONA in splendid condi
tion. Bargain. Call nt Durant Weekly
FOR SALE or trade for other pro
pel ty, my 200 acre 12-Mile Prairie
faim home, splendid farm excellent
improvements. Chas M. Bates, Box
243, Duiant, Okla. 21ws4
SKLL OR TRADE one of the best
Duioc-Jcr-ey bpars in southern Okla
homa. TiiJCc for Jersey cow, Ford or
com. K O. White, Route !J, Durant
Mis. IJn,ii. Lie .iml (Hnelitnr of to K1'' tllc"' l'roI);
The fauneis aie veiy busy tiying.M
cir crops dean anel leadylK
i for giain cutting,
I Denison visited heie this week
Mis. Allen and children of Wood- Thl' local s,"rtu'1r u,ru ?U,nB
I Mile visited friends and relatives here cvcij thing glow and look well, es
! Satuitlay and Sunday. I pecially grass and cocklebur.s.
lay and Sunday
Mr. and Mis. John Matthews of
Howel, Texas visited relatives here
the later part of the week.
Chuieh was well attended Sunday
Mis. Hatcher was shopping in Du
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. X.abels and
children were in Durant Friday night.
Cures Malaria, Chills.
Fever, Bilious Feven
Colds and LaGrippe.
"J School Man for a School Office'
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Graduate Oklahoma State Normal
Graduate Oklahoma University
(A. B. Degree)
12 YEARS A TEACHER IN OKLAHOMA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
C. A. WOODWARD
Phone 211 103 N. 3rd
WdOiile nnd RrtAll
CITIZENH OIL COMPANY
Gasoline and Oils
Service Stalloa 420 W. Main
Free DellYcry In City
Telephone 721 Durant, Okla
TALK rOH CAHTWCclGHT
VOOK FOU CAHTV0JGMT
votc roe cAHTtQicnr
VI N VITH
JUB.XCT 10 KnOOUIK HMWtt
hi m mm wk e - .
Work is a cure for many evils.
The man who is busy doing something
though it may seem ever so small has
little time to complain.
Talk to the first busy man you see
he'll bear us up on this statement.
Commercial National Bank
"Sen Ice That Really Serves."
Where do you buy them? If you want a
corset that is made of the very best thats
made in corsets, if you want one that is
known the country over as one 01 the lead
ing corsets, that well dressed women wear,
if you want comfort as well as wear, if you
want one fitted by one who knows how to
fit them come to the DIXIE and get a
This is not all When you buy one here
' you save money Our $4.25 corset is solo
most everywhere at $5.85 to $6.50 Why
should you pay these prices? We have
these good corsets for the stout women, the
medium type and the slender woman at ?1
to $4.25. It's just a business proposition
One of the best corsets made at a less mar
gin of profits You know its our rule to sell
nothing but good merchandise, but to sell
it for less than others ask.
Drop in and look this Red Hog Store over.
It will pay you.
The DIXIE STORE
Where up town prices look extravagant
P. S. Plenty of good pure-bred hogs to sell
now. Let us know what you want. Prices