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irNE 23. 1922'
BY BAD 1
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,,... ,.,i,'of nt this time.
V"Wt physicians office, the
leu i ' i ",i:,i not roirtnlain of
ician.u.', i,i see. but it was nec-
tnba.K him up to a chair to
sff ' .'. .i ,n,i in a few moments
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not at a '
irk or i
e stuff ."
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It is beli
GOING TO CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Dr. J. B. Smith and dnueht.r
vuviieriue una mrs. rrea Marie are
leaving Saturday for California,
where they will spend the summer
ITEMS FROM HALE
Some around here cut oats Sunday.
If this week continues pretty
weather the farmers will be up with
f living b ml entirely. l,r wo' . . ,
nn,,t tho Rcv C- L- Hoover delivered us a
tattments about the fine sermon Sunday nignti
iinccti'U. ne Pays There wns not many QUt o gun-
in.,' no w '"- """ v" day bchool Sundav. on the account
proffered liquor ana of the ,ittle rnjn
1. !!... ihn nThnfa
,. wneuiei u.u v.wo Wc wi, -j t offipors nnA
H,. also says that ne tenchers next Sunuav.
,,.ft.fted unusually by G E Adams went to Benni ton
n.muped to take from Saturday.
,t S10U in currency Richard Praytor of Mat attended
m. of his shoes, leav- Sunday Schoo, and preaehing here
iiaim? ' """"- aunaay.
o HH Mory unu mui Jim pitzer of Matoy v,gited hj3
. none wrien ""brother, Roy Fitger Monday night.
..lay morning. Whcth- Mr. and Mrs Bcrtrem Mr, and Mrs
companions relieved, Brown and children visited at G. E
,j orwncmerne i.-n Adams Sunday.
, .mken stupor and for- i Mrs G E Moffatt and HttIe grand.
,t yet known. daughter. Frankle B. Lawlis, spent
1 however, that Bying-1 Sunday evening with Mrs. Roy Fit-
, , ,n Knew ui ma h'jo zer.
'in money, and deliber-1 Misses Florence Bond and Eula
THE DPgANT WEEKLY NRWfi
party at Mr. Cain's Saturday night.
All report a good time.
Joe Magouirk was in Durant Fri
day. The summer school will begin here
the first Monday in July.
Dave Morton of Crowder Springs
was visiting here Sunday. -
FROM PRAIRIE VIEW
Harvesting of grain is under way
at this writing. The oats crop is not
so good this year, but is better than
some thought it would be a few
Miss Coy Brumfield of Kemp is
spending the week with Miss Ethel
Misses Josie and Johnnie Bigger
staff, Lorine Ballard and Leona Ladd
spent Sunday with Miss Anderson.
G. W. Lievsay and wife of Durant
who has been spending the past week
their son R. L. Lievsay returned home
Tuesday of this week
John Corbin visited at Mr. Harvine's
Little J. C. McFarland who has been
sick the past three weeks is
A married son
net him helpless ' Reed spent Sunday with Violeta
. ... - -
relieve him ot it. Kich,
It plar.n I to
:.L l,rii,r LIHI
"" - .-.L !.- !. m, TT r! , J
e white " " wlln ""',"'" "u "0 ' xiarry rierce, miss ttrnero
il up otnpany. uyuiB'."" , ruwen unu raui irowen spent a lew
,donlv kr.i'n mm a lew aays. unu aays last weeK witn tneir sister, Mrs.
,i wn un friendly. iW, E. Dodson.
Rrineton had been in the army,,
." i . .u-..nn n-iA hnH hnH enmp ' rDHM ni?XTMtX?r"TVILT
idfenea ouisi'u-, " ... .... E'lhviii uuiiiimuiuii
lBb!e with his eyes as a result m Evallne and George Tarter have re-
Clarence Vails, Bud and Ira Cox
were in Durant Saturday.
fcud iCinehart and family spent
Saturday night with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Young.
Misses Bessie Simmons of Elm
view who is attending the Normal
at Durant spent Friday night with
her cousin, Mrs. Leona Rinehart.
Mrs. G. L. Rinehart visited Mrs.
J. C. Laymance Tuesday afternoon.
roads near Bokchito spent the week
end with home folks.
Miss Eliza Smith spent Saturday
night with Palrlce Mayhew.
Rev. L. Walters and family called
at the Smith home Sunday.
W. C. Weaver went to Durant on
Mrs. Anna Mae Rush of Pirtle
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Miss Lula Rose who is attending
Bessie Moorman visited Willie Belle i the Nonnal spent the week-end with
Tune Saturday evening. 'Mrs. A. Bryant.
Mrs. J. D. Morman visited Mrs. George Busley and Horace Sor-
Pearson Tuesday afternoon. (rels were among the frequent visi
tors to Caddo Friday,
ITEMS FROM MATOY
Oat cutting and cotton chopping
Prof. Waddle of Pritchard was herei"r.?J"e.c",el c' mis com
Sunday. He has the school here fori"'"'" 1? "u 1'
day in fact practically all the binders
in this settlement cut all day. Grain
is falling badly from the rust.
Johnnie Campbell's little girl was
buried last Thursday. Everyone ex
tends sympathy to Mr. Campbell in
Mrs. Watts spent part of the day
with Mrs. Anders. Sunday.
Next Sunday is quarter election for
Sunday school officers. Every one
come out and have a voice in the
Bro. Wood will preach Saturday
night. Sunday ana Sunday night. Wo
will have Sunday School at three, as
the next term
Mt. Roberts and
Alberta went to Whitewright, Texas
Ruel Taylor and Ben Risner were
In our community Sunday.
Georce Gray was in Durant Thurs
day and Friday.
t-d Wright and family have moved
Only a small crowd went to Sun-
'.!.. ..U.l C. S ,L. A -
daughter, Miss ,. ' ... ..
the bad weather.
FROM OLD ALLISON
Mrs. Esther Russell's baby has been
real sick this week, but is. much bet
ter today (Tuesday.)
Glendon King got a painful yet not
still ' to Durant. ' dangerous wound over his eye Monday
There was an ice cream party and'wn"e working on the binder,
nnil dnmhtpr ntid ,!nnrn nt v,o v,,,,. nt m nj m.. I Mrs. Gussic Campbell and Miss
families of Mr. McFarland's came! Will Wricht's Saturday nicht. odic Jordan spent the week-end out
over Sunday from Honey Grove to The union pie supper was a fall-l,ncr,e wi'? relatives
be at the bed side of their little bro-,ure here Friday as there were only
fin slightiy gassed, and had been turned to thei,, home at Ardmore
tag treatment iron. u cc D.. after spending several days with their
list for tms irouo.e. uciuic ... u grandparents and other relatives.
Ut out which has leu mm in qbtk- g Baptist Booster Band picniced
s. on buipnur last Friday. The young-
The white man companion oi uying- sters had a fine time wading and
was Homer wney oi uurani. swimming and devouring the good
i!ey wa placed unaer arrest ana eats prepared Dy their mothers.
Iursday m. nimg was sun coiuii eu 0at harvest is in full swing and
the jail i"it no charges were filed the binders are kent nrettv husv.
kut him -it that time. The News.
sinformi.lliy the county auorney s f town complet'ed
ficc tliat . inarKe o. nine .u ... . ... . . -
Sbably w Id he f.cd against Wi- -
-TInirMl 1 he other two persons , snmn , .. va.
thecal h Wiley and Byington,! ',,,, ,
online '" 'he county attorney's Rev. J. W. Gregg goes to Good
ice 'acm Ma Geter of Durant and Iand. every week to lecture to some
sie Bo! 'ivmg west of Durant. ministenai siuuenis wno are spenuing
icharpi- ,ue filed against the wo- ne summer tnere siuuying.
D. mrs. iiiurjiiiy nus reiurneu arum
, attorney's office also1"5 hospital yery much improved af-
form- 'I'l- paper mai Lyingi.un.i i
d jiui, in money on his person
leu he tf.h up with his Oompany, I " FROM LAKE WEST
Id that In- Ion in the shuffle some, j. G. O'Bannon and family were
iwhirli l had in his pockets, but visitimr in Texas Sunday.
.......... . . .
red si .J which ne naci secreted in, Mps. s M .ini,--,,,, ia on tup sick
ITEMS FROM NEEDMOREj
Several of the people are cutting
I Aice rain fell here Sunday morn
Katherine Odom of near Buffalo
visited Jewel Allen Sunday.
Hasket and Nora Simpson, Aleen
and Georgia Halliman, of Caney. vis
ited Mr. Flowers Sunday.
Wailey Stapleton and Miss Bnonah
Strickland were united in marriage
Saturday afternoon. We wish them
a long and happy life.
Miss Alice Dill was at church at
James Weatherly and Ben Davis
motored to Durant Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dill were in Caddo
Miss Pearl Mitchell and Miss Mar
tha Skinner of near Franklin visited
Miss Alice Dill Sunday.
Miss Bessie Davis spent the even
ing Sunday, with her mother. Mrs.
There was a pound supper at Mr.
Raymond Boatis' Thursday night.
Ocie and Marshall Cail were in
3 pies so they sold no pies.
Mr. and Mrs. Elija Duty of Cade
attended church here Sunday.
Kev. Gregg filled his appointment
here Saturday night. Sunday and
Sunday night. He announced the pro
tracted meeting to begin here on Fri
day night before the 3rd Sunday for
the 14th of July. He and Rev. E.
Hotchkin of Durant will conduct the
Oats harvesting is in order now
Most of the oats are fine. Some be
gin cutting Sunday morning, but the
rain stopped that for the day.
J. D. Nickels took his son Ura to
Caddo Saturday night for treatment.
Jim Watts and two boys came in
Friday from Roberta. They had been
sick at his sister's home. Mrs. Roscoe
Mrs. Hobbs is on the sick list, but
We have a new family of people
from Texas, moved onto the place
vacated by Mr. Fred Piper last win
ter. Mrs. Villa Jordan's sister spent a
couple of weeks visiting her and re
turned home Sunday.
Quite a lot of binders ran last Sun-
A. SHIM KY ANNOUNCES
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
list this week.
Shirley McBulnctt was visiting at
Mr. Joe Magouirk's Sunday aftei-noon.
i J. E. Cherry and family spent Sun-
IThe Xe i authorized to announce ' day with Mr. O. R. Parish.
; candidal uf J. A. Shirley of Du-i Mr. Hagan is here this week!
at fur the Democratic nomination , leasing some land for an oil company
r countv attorney of Bryan county, 'who intends to put down a tet well
Ibject ' tin Democratic primary, here some time in the near future.
Lpi.' 'm and his name appears. Miss Lola Cherry was visiting Miss
ii'ii lOiKiiiiuement column this Irene Magouirk Sunday.
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Oil ,i '
FROM LONE OAK
The farmers are very busy cutting
oats this week.
Mrs. Leona Rinehart spent Satur
day and Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Simmons of Rober
ta. Mrs. Jnck Pearson is on the sick
list at this writing.
Earvy Bronchcomb of Fayetteville.
Ark., came Sunday to visit his aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Neal.
FROM HATCHER CHOOL
Rev. L. Walters of this place will
start a revival meeting at Robinson
Friday night, which we hope will be
MKs Dollie Winters came in Sun
day from Roberta where she visited
Mis Louise Braudrick visited
relative's in Caddo the week-end.
Mrs. Mitchell is on the sick list.
Messrs. Paul Sorrels and Otis
Kimes who are working on the good
Alma McMennamy visited mary
STRAYED: Dark brown horse mule,
weight about 800 lbs, 14 hands high,
age 7 or 8. No brands. $10.00 re
ward for return. N. F. Benson. Blue,
USED CORONA in splendid condi
tion. Bargain. Call at Durant Weakly
666 quickly relieves Colds Const!'
pation, Biliousness and Headaches. A
FOR SALE: One Port Huron separa
tor at a bargain. Suitable to oper
ate with Fordson tractor. Durant
Motor Car Company, Phone 20, Du
rant. Okla. 25wa2
I Mr. nnH Mrs. .1. S. Ilnilev of Choe-
ni m Ripley County Mis- tnw county attended Sunday School
; heif I lived and labor- here Sunday.
"11 until I was 27 years There was a hrere crowd at the
I began teaching .-.ehuol,
,n I followed for 12
LOST: 1 Black Mare Mule, 14 hands
high. Owner please notify B. F.
Myers, Roberta. Okla. 2.riwa2
This newspaper is authorized to an
nounce the following named citizens
as candidates for Democratic nomi
nation for public office, subject to the.
action of the voters of Bryan County,
Oklahoma, at the Primary election to
be held Tuesday. August 1, 1922.
The charge for announcements is
$15.00, invariably cash in advance,
which includes insertion in both tha
Durant Weekly News and the Satur
day Morning Advertiser, each week
until Primary day. Announcements
are not accepted for either of tha
above papers alone.
J. Le Cunningham (fUalactfcc)
FOR COUNTY CLERK
Earl Ward, (Second Tern)
COUNTY JUDGE. I
Sam W. Maytubby, Jr.
John Finney, (Second Term)
Ruel Taylor, (Second Tars).
M. T. (Tom) Tabor.
FOR JUDGE, Fifth Judicial District
George S. March.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
Lonnie Glenn, (Reelection)
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
J. A. Shirley
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Lacy Grimes, (reelection).
Walter L. Rambo (reelection)
COMMISSIONER, District No. 2
J. R. (Jim) McLaughlin.
FOR STATE SENATOR,
William Gill. Atoka.
Victor C. Phillips.
Wiioieaale and Retail
CITIZENS OIL COMFAKY
Gasoline and UHb
ScrrlM SUUob 4SA W. Main
Fre Delivery In City
Telephone 721 Dur&ut, Okla
' mtj i'i if getting an
v,i- limit. ( and I
i tn oik at timber
I 'he winter time, to get
, iii way to school. I
nt uf money that took
a l seliool. and ha.e
'. 'he u (it Id i-.i'i' Mlico.
vlnlc teuchmg. vu- .id-
1 ii' in l!n, and taught'
K ilieita. in thi- i un
. d th" liai inminn-
a actively oil it.nl in
f law, in Durant for,
.ir during which time ,
iKiiiiccteil with some of
1 "i ,inii m cm us in Bryan
Jm i I I" ' ve my experience
' ' '.mule uulilahl, the of-,
"f - -Utotney '
"If i'U ... I pvomi e the people of
ir y to kivo the office myi
r-"ra a' tent ton. nn.l if nnssiblo '
t thl (MleUM". in til,, nfficn. n,l in I
o'lwr iii.iia. nients of the county
nernnuni where it is nossible for
i. and to use strict economy '
P the affairs of the county.
ihlf reduce the expenses
" nal courts.
man led man and have a
' KiiN. and am interested
ol and good government,
all in my power to en-w-
and mnkp n hetter
l"n and ( ,.,m.
I in. i to'i .,'i..i .
. -"inn your support.
J. A. Shirley."
Th Gvn Pa Home Laundry has moved to
i2i Soul -.tli Ave. and will be known as the
Cry.. tal Laundry.
Mr. W. J. Thompson having purchased
one-h ilf interest, will- appreciate the con
tinued patronage ox all who want real
J. H. GRAFA W. J. THOMPSON
2 ARE "WIMMEN" EASY?
When yours truly wns a lad, as 9
most of you doubtless know, I lived A
hack in the forks of the creek, years IJ
before threshers made their appear- 2
ance. We stored away oats in the 2l
bundle" until truly everything on the W
place was full of oats. w
How different this day and time.
The up-to-date fanner of today or- 4m
dors a bis modern thresher to pull
in and thresh his oals. The grain W
he stores in bins, leaving the niotin-
tain of stiaw in the field. a
Hut oh! you poor housewife, wars 4m
behind the time. You continue to X.
"work with the milk" "work with W
the milk," Drudging and lifting ID
heavy paiN and crocks. Waiting fo. the Cream to raise in the old fashion wa, while A
John separates his cream (the grain) from the waste (the straw) cranks up his tin j
Lizzie, flivvers to town to get some chewing tobacco and talk politics. w
You have as much right to a He Laval Cream Separator as he has to a thresher and $
1 can cite von to a dozen women right here around Durant who have bought Do Laval A
Separators on their own hook. .Making their own payments (year to pay) selling butter
and cream, pocketing their own money. You can do the same. Its worth looking in
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' " K and about everyone
"- '1 to do so attended the
want Meat Market
!."' 5raet Price
I iiVii;attlennog8 ,
Ji School Man for a School Office
M. A. NASH
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Graduate Oklahoma State Normal
Graduate Oklahoma University
(A. B. Degree)
Do Your Banking With Men
Every mi,'. ho has charge of the affaire of this bank are men who
live here in Lurant, and Bryan County, they are In touch with every
phase of business, live stock and agriculture.
They want to serve you to the best of their ability consult them
12 YEARS A TEACHER IN OKLAHOMA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
J. B. Smith
J. D. Abbott
B. G. Brown
V. J. Steger
.1. W. Brown
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