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THE DITRANT WBHKI-V NEvS-
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922
The Dm ant Wcvklu Srws
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TEKM8 Or SUBSCRIPTION
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Kn ilt . a no
iw )iTn . .. .. 3.35
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FUII'.U . .ll'LY 7. IH22
C.KI) MAN TAKES OWN LIVE
IN DL'ltANT BUSINESS IIOfSE
Y(U' ; Ml' POIKJK
Younir Mr. Iinlj (if Di'trnil ami
tin1 opon liu'h'si. liml "strppi-il nil"
the ni'vi'li'iiiioi' ( lii ''11 twi(o ton
often. NYitlier wriilth nor hi lute
fnthc-r'- iiiinii1 -crvocl to Keep him
from :i five l;iy'- -eiitcm-c' to that
intc're-tini; 1 till, the Dcticiit huti-p, of
But thinking people will not blame
Jlr. DoiIkc for it all. He it a pnr
duct. Heredity nave him the dc-ire
to Ret .what he wanted. Hit father
had the same quality, lint had been
drilled into following the hard road
of industry instead of liorteuts. The
sons of such men have been rented in
an atnuxpheie in whiih money wa
power, rase the custom and obstacles
of any hind the exception.
The rni-ini; of youth with "i-harRo
it" as n method and "s-peed" of all
sorts ns an environment is usually a
Younir .Mr. Dodjre i typical. He U
the second cmerntion of wealth where
no sensible antidote lia been riven
for wealth'- ili-iulvniit-iKi s.
ONE Y(U'N; KV
One year .-ilm Solomon Paliin-ki
enme in tin- rutin tiy from Poland. ;i j
Jew penkiiiR no HurIM!. While I
working hard for a liinjr in a new I
York factory, Dnbimki was told last I
week that he had won the bronze me-'
dnl offered by the National Society
of Colonial Hauirlitci-- of Washington
for the bet patriotic r ay in Eng
lish. He -lulled and went on with hi
Does the average no:r.lewi-h Amer
ican think he could ko to Russia, or
Poland, not knowing the laiiiruaijo,
and in a year win f if-t prize for n
composition in Uihm.-iii or Polish,
while wotkinjr for a liini in a fac
tory? Think that over.
Pabin-ki in hi-s paper itiotrtI
Green's "Ili-toiy of the Ktiijli-h Pen
pie." He found time to read that
while working m the factory.
If we spent mole time studying the
good things in other-, there would be
less race and religious hate.
ON (ir.TTINO A IIEAUINO
The mail with a gnevonce is a nuis
ance. The man with a plan is wel
Cirievanres anno other people, but
fail to inteir-t them. The tone of,
voice ha-- a faint wad in it, and no-1
body hl'es to he.ir " wail.
Some public ti former- make the
same mi-tak-s a- a man wi'h a griev
ance. The fault- they point out are1
worth nothing. The uh-ii the -nipe
are fair game.
The failuie of tln-e earne-t nitus
lies in ti.e unf.iihr.g gli mil they carry!
and spread. (
They leave all the good time- to
the sinr.e"-. They get no fun out of!
We do not need a prophet to tell us
that some of the londition- of life
are sour ami haul.
In suggesting amendments to the.
common lot. let the reformer be gen
ial as well a- earnest .
Best of all, let the reformer- bring
a plnn instead of a grievance.
WHAT HAPPENED TO AIA'IN
Alvin York, America's greatest hero
in the world war. lias had another
streak of luck. Some people would
call it that but other- may give it
York has been in debt, and for two
years hi- crop- have not been profit
able. He wa- offered a big sum to
go into the movies, but de declared
he would go hungry and cold before
he would commercialize the record
that he made in France.
The other day the Rotary Club of
Nashville took up a collection and
paid off the mortgage on the hero a
little farm. The wolf has been driv
en from his door.
Some people may call this luck.
Others will claim that it was the re
ward of faith. What do you think
WHAT ABOUT RUSSIA?
Ninety-nine out of every hundred
Americans oppose -nvietUnt. as they
have been told that it is practiced in
Russia. Americans haw no patience
with a government that does not un
dertake to furr.i-h its citizens with
protection of life and property and to
guarantee freedom in the pursuit of
Are conditions there a- bad ns we
have been told? Many people nro
asking these questions in all earnest
ness. The belief is growing that thcro
has been misrepresentation, either
knowingly or unintentionally.
The truth will come out eventually,
of course, and if the people of thi
world find that they hao been de
ceived they will tesent it.
H. II. Saae Send- Bullet Through
Brain. Senile In-anit) Cau-e
II. H. S-iace. aged seventy-eight
yiais, committed suicide here Tluir.--ilay
afternoon of la-t week' in nf
I'ei'til'g hi ih-'tth he -ho' him-elf
iu i in the mddle of the forehead with
a cheap 'iS-calibie rcvohcr. which he
had e idcitly bough for the purpose,
lie '.! 'ill bieathing whci found,
but expired in a few '-crouds.
The '.( a-ed had lived in this sec
tion f.o fifteen years and was a far
iiic,' by inctipntion. At the lime of
hi !a!i lie lived about a mile and a
half -o'l'lien-t of Oalera on a rented
farm, hi- mariied son Je - Savage,
and wife, living with their parent..
few moments before he took hia
life. Mr. Savaee was talking with old
:u'fiiiintanrc- on Noith Thiid avenue,
and appeared to be his ir.ittiral self.
During the day he had made two pre
vious trips to the elo.-et in the ware
house of the Severance Haidware
Company, ncro-s the alley hack of the
store, proper. On the thiid trip to
the warehouse, he seemed to be al
right, and no one thought anything
was wrong. E. E. Severance was in
the warehouse, when ho hcaid a shot
which sounded like it was within the
clo-et, but still didn't realize that it
win the enactment of a tragedy, but
supposed some one had carelessly let TV
a gun be discharged. In a moment SI'
lie and others opened the door, nnd ,
found the old man wallowing in a ('II
laige pool of his own blood, the
smoking gun lying near. He still
bieathed -lightly but expired in a
few erond . A coroner's inquest was
held at ome. the verdict was thato!
death was elf inflicted. Eniller in'di
the day. V.. V.. Severance told a re- at
porter." the old man had a-Led to buy , fi
n revolver fiom the Severance store, M(
but they had none on hand. He bought'
( ne - im-'vheie i'1-e however, as tlw ,,
gun "Fed lioiv tr.e apptaianee oi ue
ing a new one.
lie left no note giving icaoii for
h" ,iet, and nothing on hi- per-on.
iin Hiding to Undet taker 'ilin Bryant,
but a -ilver quarter. It is supposed
that he v.a- demented, however, ns a
Imiil nlix ii Inn statu! that he had ...
been mating him for etiile in-anfty. ,,,
I-i.neral -en ices weie held at High- to
land remeteiy at .'!::i oMock Friday p,
afternoon, conducted by Rev. f'has. Kl,
M, Sehoonover. , Vi
The decea-ed is -urvived by his , f
wile and several (niiureii. inr i.uiuiy i no
con-ists of the following children: ' l,.'
S. P. Savage of Fri-co. Texas; Jessm
C. Savage of Calera. W. T. S.ivage of j
Durant. Mrs. Myrtle fliisi-on of Ryan,!
Okla., Mrs. Mamie Fults of Benning-j
ton and Mrs. Iindie Redell of Ben
nington; two brothers. W. M. Savage
of Cilera and .1. J. Savage of Rawls.
. and one sister. Mrs. .Joan Moss,
I((,ES ARE DISMISSED
CAINST COI.HERT MAN
,,p, of embezzlement against
N Holly, f'limer -uperintendeiit
, Colbert Public SihooU. were
-,il la-t S.ituiday by the county
., after 'a settlement of dif-
.'. Ii. tween Holly and the Col-
inml lioiinl had been affected.
Ilolley was ehaiged with em-
neiit of S'-T.! of -ihool funds.
g li tun tian-fi'i-- of students
distiict fiom other district-.
,! a ilaim of S-'il again -t the
In at (I which the boaid failed
.vv. According to Mr. Ilolley
till weie fol athletic eqlllp
whic Ii he pint li i-ed for the
..ml paid for with hi- own
and ex pet ted 'lie -chool boaitl
Htm. The hoaid did not ap-
' the ilaim and Mr. Ilolley he
nelil onto the money he had
;, d for the sihool until ihargc.
:nl ezzleinctit were filed again-t
-itiuday the board allowed Hol-aiiii-
and he turned over the
, he held.
at Achille recently. The arre-t is
said to have been brought nbout by1
finger pi int.- left in the store by the
thief. I.h'.vd wu placed in jail.
;;!' ( I.OTIIINC TREE
Motidav night some one entered the
I.ieriaft -toie at Colbert and otiUit
ltd him-elf fiom head to foot with
new clothe-, and good ones nt that.
Nothing el-e wa- taken. No nriest-l-.ave
I t-t n made a- yet.
NORM M. PICNIC TCESDAY
'. :dei.; fd faculty of the Teiich
. - i ollcge fittingly ob ( bed the
1 i.i.i ih of .Inly Tue-d.iy wi'h a gigan-ti.-
oi nil ami luiielieoii mi the large
inmiHi- of the in-titutioii in front
of tl . a-ln. 'lustration building. Music
was fonii-lnd by the Municipal Band
and a day of patriotic exeici-es.
frolic and inn ridulged in. More than
i ' in -indent participated.
ITEMS FROM PRITCHAn
The infant of Mr. and Mrs J
Browning's is on the sick list thii
Mrs. T. D. Pcarce returned Satur
day from the Sherman hospital in
her health much improved.
Wesley Walker is on the sick list
O-iear MeAteer and family fro
Aini-trong spent Saturday night with
.Mrs. I.tllie Cumnnngs. '
U-on Meadows from the Navy ,
vi-iting hnnie folks, J. I Meadow,
Ml of us believe in a lowering of
mite- for the other fellow
MtRESTED FOR IUROI.ARY
. it y I.loyd was arrested Wednes
iv' Sheriff Taylor tharged with
euiglaiy of the Potts Drug Stole
IO THE -.(ITERS
I wi-h to take this means of ad-i-ing
the voters that on account of
tending to my bir-ines- as well a
making my campaign for county a---e
or. I will not be nble to get around
to 'cc all the oieis in person. I want
you to know however that I want your
ote and if you elect me county a--ses-or
I )iimiise to give you the best
service within my power.
C.EORCii: PRATT. (Adv.)
SI' 31 31 Kit 1'IHKS
Liii-lc of moisture in hot weath
er makes holdings dry as tin
tier, and any stray spark might
UNL.KSS the propurtv is in.
I.ol us insWo your hullilings
and play safe.
Marshall .& Pendleton
H1U N. 2nd Durant Okla.
On The Best Apparel Under The Sun
For 10 days we're kissing profits and wholesale costs goodbye and making prices on New
Bright 1922 Shoes, Suits, Odd Trousers and other Furnishings that will startle the man
who made them. The only way yoii can't benefit by this sale is to pass it up. If you need
Good Apparel look this over you'll buy.
Hanan & Sons Oxfords and Shoes New Ones $,A 7 j
the Kind that Sells from $12.50 up to $15.00 U . I D
Choice of Hundreds of Pair- of .Men's Thompson and Hol
land Oxfords that sold from (?7 QC
$!t.."i0 to $12.00 tjW.OJ
$7.."0 to $S.."i0 Thompson and Holland Men's (PC QC
Oxfords tiding tit .pJ.tJ
Special lot Oxfords and Shoe represent ((utilities (PQ QF
from all lines dOJv
101 Palm Beach Suits
The lahel is tacked iu side, all -tyles and models, -izes to
fit regulars, longs and stouts values (PQ Off
up to .$i."i.oo po.oD
Hart Schaf fner & Marx and
Styleplus 3 piece Suits
Our whole stock of America's highest grade throe piece
Suits that formerly sold at $21, $29. $35. $3!). $43. $48. 53
and $57 grouped at three low prices.
$J.50 to $10 Ladies Oxfords of newest style creation-
for 10 days. ..
$7.50 and $S.5u Ladies' low shoes in New style
A new uumher of S.'i.di' White Canvas two strap
All Straw Hats 1-2 Price
A complete range of the prettiest hat styles you'll see this
reason. Panama-. Hankoks- they all go.
Entire Stock Odd Trousers
Of Spring weight- trousers that fit correctly and give long
service going at the following low prices.
$5 pants .
3.00 $! pants $.".'
$4.1.") $10.00 pants ?7.G.'
$L8.- $11.00 pants 158.35
$3.10 $12.00 pants $.G.r
$5.85 $14.00 pants $9.85
io no. iiHiii (JitAni: shirts
Manhatten, K tn V. and brands of
known worth $2.50. $3.00 and $3.50
values . $1.05
15 m)'.. HIGH GRADK XKCKTIKS
In knitted and cut silks, $1. $1.25
and $1.50 values : (5c
SPECIAL TABLE OF LADIES'
LOW SHOES in broken sizes find
your size and make monev 95c
4 off on Bathing Suits for Men, Women and Children
lot one item in This Sale was bought for a sale but
is our Regular Stock made for us at the factory.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
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The Best Apparel Under the Sun at the
Most Reasonable Prices