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THR PtTWANT WEEKLT NRWS
.... FRIDAY, OCTOBER l.r M.
, , , . -v I OI.I) AI.I.ISON ITEMS. I COI.IIERT ITEMS.
f "4 . A . .- . - y-i Kiiiiit:i m-h ml IimiI 11 eiv t'niiil nl-, Christian F.ndeuvnr Win hold
iVfci fjC'Df YJk.'JLs 'UinhiKi Nune few uoie thne ulmiiKiuil Sunday eenini.
rsiTirn t Tf ' CfaflHI bin t '"'" 'int fur "imif lime. I .1. I., t'unnititfhani. county
KS''U r! f"G;a ,;'' "'' Mi-. ' '"'" '""I Mr- ami "iipeilnteiiilent, vi.-lti-d our
T.'S v P WiHtcVa IJ! ,il,,"l ""l'' l--i' trip to Monday.
'JW Vl K jWrl53 ll' iint S.imrihy. I Aihille rami' tip ln-ro nnd w
t-'tt tkj TtVyuMtaaH ' .... m... .m,.... i ..i.n 'a fine basket ball camp, which
w - i i'ii- iivuir iiiii.t iivtiiui ttiin M'i
ilti'it. )iimi ami ll'iiistiiii
and Ita Hurtim rami' out
Tut' liy mi' well
wmk nt tlio Noi-
M. I;. Stilwell iiinl lam : re .mini .,,,.. .n.i huhdnv.
Sunday from rati-, Ti mi-, uheie th y pie.-tMii with thvir
hae I'l'i'ii picking i it' ton. m.i1.
Jocph Wyatt a In Durant S.itu-j gi,. n few farmers lion- antici-
day on limine .. Mr. Vatt and fain ,,.,t,. finishing their cotton picking
ily are picking cotton in Tonus. II" this week. This lias ccitainly been n
state that ho and his family would Itivlv full for Catherine crops,
all rctuin about Christmas. iIlu KvUt, ltllt,nj, visiting his in-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pruitt and family N- valid ,jster. who lives in Texas, as
tti'il .Mr. ami .ir.s. u-o i-ine aunnay . mjoii as he fini-hes his crop.
I visitini; in Caddo Sunday.
.Mrs. Orn Smith was shopping in
; Durant .Monday,
school Andv and I.tiyp Herring and .1. M.
(school Harwell made a business trip to Ar-kan-as
.e had Kaymoii'1 Hnirion lias uougni nil
ended Intel est in the Wnihingotn Hrother.t
lli'iiuhii n. ' fnvor of ( olliert. groceiy .store.
fr tho I Mttle Willie i!on is reported to
ITEMS FROM WARWICK
A nice rain fell here Saturday.
Mr. mid Mrs. Luciun I'lttman of
.Mead visited her father, Lee Veil-
Mr. and Mrs. Mac I.nne spent Sun
day evening with Mr. nnd, Mrs. II. K.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vcarh called
on Mr. and Mrs. Kloyd Sunday.
Mr. and Mi-. Henry Smith arrived
from Hrecketuidgc, Texas, Sunday.
They are viiting Mrs. Smith's pa
rent. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyd, near Arm-1 ;,, Thomason, while i-he was cone.
Ftrone. . . ,' Grnndmn Urown .-pent Sunday wi!
.ur. nnii .urs. v. st. xerry visuvu , Tiiiss Swain.
.lohnnie Camiibell mid
Sniithsiiii and Hobbs spent
with .Mrs. George Canipliell.
Grandpn Urown, N. G. Murphy nnd
John 111 own made a trip to Durant
Mrs. Hall was seen on the streets
of Durant Saturday. Mr. Hall kent
the little girls, Shine Cobb nnd Char-
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crowder Sunday.
Mr. T. II. Russell visited home folks
n few days. He returned to Colina,
Tcn.t. where he and his son, Arthur,
are picking cotton.
Byrl Hammoik from Pnris. Tex-is,
viitcd his uncle, T. A. Russell, Sun
day. Misses Bessie Smith nnd Mary
Crowder motored to Carpenter's
Bluff, near Denison, Friday after
noon. Mr. Lee Lane has been busy gath
ering and marketing his rent corn
from the Lane farms south of Cnlcra.
A sweet baby girl came to the
home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Willinm Stin
son this week. The parents nnd
grandparents of this 10-pound girl
arc wearing smiles of joy.
Mrs. Swain has gone back to Mis
sissippi to spend the winter. Her son
accompanied her as far as Memphis,
bine a iasi. of diphtheria,
Mr. nml Mrs. .1 M. Hurst visited at
the home of G. M. Head Sunday.
Misses Rachel and Nannie Sims en
tertiiined the young people nt their utile Sunday
home Saturday night. hvoryone, Brother Hickman visited our Sun
sceined to enjoy him-elf very much. ,ay School nnd made a rather inter
Miss Anna All'lcy spent the week ,..iim talk Sundnv nfternnon.
. .l ,1. . . I .. " . ..- - ..
enil wiin nomeioiKs ai .,;iiura.
.Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Borah nnd Will
Johnston went to the Dallns fair
Mrs. O. L. Davidson and son, Orinn,
arc going to the Dallns fair this year.
RESOLUTION OF THE JOHN Be it Resolved, thai
FIELDS FOR GOVERNOR CLUB ws. Citizens and voters of the
of Oklahoma do hcrrhv .i.
I ..iinn . ,!.. ":;' VV"U d
DURANT, OKLAHOMA I . " "" "i.".-oie, as unfair i
-"- -" ""- vwtners 01 the Sni.iv
Whereas, we as Republicans ,, -""-" v.uuCge, who
. ., .... - 1 eve earn nnd nm nntti.j .
f liitAHu nmi t'nrnrit ni run rnm ri - iiviviifii rr ..
Oklahmoma are unalternbly opposed j0Iar they re P'1. and as hlghlj
to mixing politics in our fatate instl- f " ., "" uust interests 0
tutions of learning, believing as stat-ur iMtltutlons of learing n thi;
cd in the Republican platform adopt-"""'" "'" " uu "ereoy pmee ouru.
Mo-st of the cotton in our vicinity
lias been picked and some corn has
Miss Velma Williams returned on
Sunday from a two-week's visit with
her sister at Dallas.
Ray Scroggin is on the sick list
Sunday School was attended Sun
day by a small crowd but an energetic
ITEMS FROM BUSHNELL
Farmers of this community nre al
most up with cotton picking.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Burrnge nre located one. 'We hope to have more present ' Van Richardson nnd David Guion
ed nt the State Convention nt Okla
home City on August 28th, 1022 that;
Efficiency of teachers not their pol-
litAikl ttnAtatlta v lief tmr IhA ? ft h In
12 .... t t !. ll.- . .l.l, I"' SHVIl lliu-k ut nic ut"."iii
arrangements to attend the Dallas '"K condition of their employment;
Fair. j and
Cleo Sexton was in Mead Monday. whereas, it has been brought to our
School will open again Monday the .. .. ..... . u
10th. We arc all looking for good attention that the campaign commit
attendance. j tee in charge of the campaign of Jack
I.eona Vcnablo spent Saturday with. Walton for Governor of tho State of
her cousin, Ruth Venablc. ; Oklahoma, has levied upon nnd col-
Sanford Larson was u business , . . , , .. .-t, l an,,,u
visitor in Mead Monday. Icctcd froi" thc cac!?cr3 ,e Sout,h
Mr. and Mrs. Goz.- werp visiting eastern State Teachers College, lo-
relatives in Calera Monday.
new home at Mrs. Watts'
HATCHER SCHOOL ITEMS.
Sunday school had a good attend
The pie supper here Friday night
was a success and well attended.
Misses Fayo Bain and Alma Mc
Memamy, who nre nttending O. P. C,
were week end guests here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rush of Pir
tle visited Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sor
rel of this place.
G. A. Kimes nnd family were Du
rant visitors Wednesday.
Messrs. Theodore and Leonard
Rivere of Caddo visited friends in
this community Sunday.
Miss Ella Btirch and Bob Bennett,
both of Blue, attended church here
LONE OAK ITEMS.
Crockett nnd Jim Campbell's fami
lies spent Sunday with their mother,
Mrs. Evans and little daughter re
turned to Tulsa, Okla., after an ex
tended visit with her mother nnd sis
ter. Mesdames Bullard and Trimble.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Loveall nre visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Jordan, this
J. D. Woodman butchered a hog
Boyd Lingo has gone to West Texas
on n business trip.
Mrs. Myrtle Jensen came last Mon
day to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mcrritt. Her little daughter, Mary
Helen, nccompanied her home, nfter
an extended visit with her grand
parents. Mrs. Jensen's home is in
Ira Brashear and wife nnd Mrs.
Vales spent Friday in Durant shop
ping. Farmers are very busy now strip
ping cane and making sorghum mo
lasses. All seem to be pietty well up
with their work.
Hall Gibson nnd Edward Amby vis
ited Lester Lee Wyro Sunday.
Misses Mary Wilson nnd Nellie
Neil. Clarence Vales and Leslie Neil
next Sunday as Brother Wallace of f Calera attended singing here Sun
Durant will bring his team of singers day night
and sneakers to be with us. Every
body come and bring some one.
Miss Ora Scroggin spent Saturday
night with Miss Noma Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lewis were in
Durant shopping Saturday.
Miss Nema Williams ana brother,
cnted in Durant, Oklahoma, an assess
ment, in the sum of $500 to be used
in furthering and promoting the cam
paign of the said Jack Walton in his
race for Governor ef the State of
Oklahoma, now therefore
nnlllvni.nl elnmn if .1!
.,-..ww. D....r Ul uisapproval on thJ
action of the camnniirn mn.i... 1
I.... r,. . --" "'""uee on
-uvn. wmiim lor governor in so do!nJ
Adopted this 2nd day of Octob.,1
John Fields for Governor Club
M. C. Mhoon, President, '
U. M. Albin, Secretary.
"People dat nuarrel nvor ..iii.. -
said Uncle Eben, "proves dat dev aln'J
gettin' de benefits of it ." y n
Dr. J. L. Reynolds
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
and Glass Fitting
Over Corner Drug Store
Sam Roberts, Octo Roberts and
Vonnie Pai k went to Dallas Sunday i
to attend the fair a few days.
Mrs. E. S. Towne was shopping in ,
Singjng wus well attended Sun
day night, beveral special songs
Ray. visited their sister near Robqr-iwere sung by diffeient members of
ta Saturday. the choir.
Mrs. A. C. Williams was shopping School will begin here Monday, the
in Durant Monday. I lHth. Miss Padgett of Durant and
Miss Velma Williams and sister. I Mrs. Gray of Matoy will teach this
Sarah were the guests of Opal and , year.
Dema Vaughn Sunday.
Ora Scroggin arvl Nema Williams
attended church at Blue Sunday
Miss Sadie Hilton is visiting rcla- R,,nt Sunday evening with Miss Fan
tivei at Cnalgate, Okla., at present. !nj,, Tunc.
Da id Bowling of Durant spent the, Voil Tremble. Gwyn Enocks, and
wo-'- end with lelatives and friends r;i,.n Ome visited fiiends in Durant
at Hatcher. Sunday.
M ti Louise and Myrtle Brail-, Raymond Rinchnrt and Mr. Moor
drlik weie Caddo vi itoi- S.ituulay. ni;in 'thu'shed their peanuts Monday.
Mrs. Omii Smith letuiiied home Eugene Rinchait came home Sat-
Sunday after spending two weeks unlay ft om Texas, where he visited
with lie rpannts, Mr. and Mi-. P. M. rolat'ives.
Mnvhew. ' .1. V. Spell and family of Ardmore
Misses Pavi'i, Sallie I'lnnce ami came f. i a i it to slt. Mis. Moorman.
Myrt'- Slaton were visiting friends jj,.p Spell is an mule of Mrs. Moor
here Sunday. ' man.
I Mrs. Jordan s"enl last Friday with
DOWNING CHAPEL ITEMS. jirs. .ijm Mcrrett.
A nice shower of rain felt Saturday Jim Campbell made a business trip
morning nnd was ai'iompamed by -i to Durant Monday.
ITEMS FROM KENEFICK
Curtis Lewis was in Tishomingo
T. J. Morris of Chico, Texas, will
spend the winter here with his son
John L. Morris.
Claude Herring was in Durant on
Charley Bell made a business trip
to Durant Tuesday.
Leek Wells, who is attending a
business college in Fort Worth, is at
home for a few days.
Miss Lillian Wells was shopping in .
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Meeks, after
spending n year in Kentucky, have
tetumed to Kenefick to make their
Raymond Harrison has bought the
Drake home and will move in after
they remodel it.
John L. Mot is and daughter, Sara
visited relatives in Texas last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Smith were
BACK FROM THE EAST.
R. V. Hiltibrand, of the Hiltibrand
Staton Co., has returned from a trip
to New York and other Eastern mar
kets, where he bought a lot of mer
chandise for their store here.
Scientists say thc earth is cooling
off slowly nnd in these hectic days
an exchange mops its brow metaphor
ically and heartily agrees.
Commercial National Bank
"Service That Realty ServetT
G. A. MASON, Pres.
SAM STONE, Vice Pm.
W. E. CLARE, Cashier
co'il iioither, which was appreciated,
as the weather has been extremely,
hot for the past week. The people There was a pie supper nt the
are now gatheiing their crops and aU(-haol house Tuesday night, which
good many aie preparing to move, 'brought $18.15, which was used to
Potato harvest is almost over and compensate Mr. McClendon for a
those that had rich land received a ,.jnrinir sthool he taught,
bountiful yield. Tlieie is scarcely anyj There is to be a. box supper at 'he
cotton to pick, os the most of it was sr,i house Saturday night for the
gatheied last week. 'purpose of making a payment on the
A large ciowd attended the speak- piano. We reali.e much good already
ing nt the Chapel Saturday night, brought to us by having this good in
Among those who spoke were O. P. ctrtimcnt in our school and thank
Ray and Otis Pre-ton of Atoka. , those who have, striven so hard to
The singing nt the home of Rev." n,ake it possible for us to get the
Gordon Sunduy night was well at- pjnno. Everybody come,
tended. I Mr. Hoover had the misfortune of
Misses Ophelia and Delia Cart- t,ejB kicked on the forehead by a
wiicht of Rock Springs visited tiara ,),. i.,t week, making a great gash,
and Ruby Daniels Saturd.iy nnd Sun-i jir. nnj jim. Dodson nnd family
day. 'spent Saturday and Sunday with her
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon have as their mother, Mr. Crowell, i.ear Durant.
guest this week Mr. and Mrs Hensloyj There was n party nt the home of
of Bennington. Mr. Adams Saturday night.
Mr. and Mr. Watson of oca were jij3 Mndce Adams, who is uttend
the. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ails- j,,,, hool in Durant, spent the week
tin from Saturd.iy until Sunday. ,,,n, ,,t home.
Mr. and Mrs. M L. Haiinon were Theie will be services Sunday and
shopping in Caddo Katmiliy. Sunday night.
Mi'- Rubv Daniel lias been on the, :,.v. n, Mrs. C. L. Hoover nnd
sicl: li t the p.ist wee!-. M'eral others spent Sunday at the
Mi"-es Clam and Ruby Daniel and home of (J. E. Adams.
Oplulia and Delia Cartwriirlil visited j;(,n . A.St and R. E. Moran and
ut ihi Guido'i home Sunday. f-mnl" if V.-f-1 vi Red G. L Mnf-1
i.;..i.ia' Ail.l.y i-. vi iling iclaiiui iLi tll.,i,.) e.i.nng. I
nt Iiu'gy. Mr. nnd Mrs. l)-ie Gnode and chil-
iilien in' si'iMi'ii-iv ni'riM ami m
USED CORONA In splendid condl
tion. Bargain. Call at Durant Wikl
Ok account of leaving Durant, I offer
for sale all my land in Brynn county,
dairy, horses, cows, hogs and fanning
implements. Also two of the be-t
registered Duroc-Jcrsey males ever
'irought to Bryan county. John A.
Phillips, Phone 773R, Durant. 41na2
50 acres unimproved 5 miles south of
Caddo, HO acres can be put in culti
vation, all fenced, S room frame houe
painted nnd papered and plastered,
good bain, well, live spring, cheap.
Small cash payment, balance on terms
to suit. John L. Boland, Caddo, Ok.
Demonstrations illustrating the use
if the pressure cooker will be given
ach Satuiday in the office of the
Ionic Demonstration Agent, Cham
'cr of Commerce. Various phases of
ooking and canning will bo demnn
tiated. All interested ale urged i.)
For Trade 100 acres land ten miles
east Norman. Okla.; all tillable, im
'irovid; tmde f n T it i-it city piop
erty. Address wi Hendrix, Milb'i' i,
r.'.r. ..ml I.lis. I'lomau Ev-
You have nolUed, of course, that
mo it of the Eiiiopean i talesmen have
been (low about butting in on the
LEMON HILL ITEMS.
Mr. and f'i'. Jim Cox of Alli'im
sjellt the week end with homefolks.
Mr. and Ail . Thomas ami ihildrenl
and Mr. and Mi-. I.e ly Smith and
chi'du.i I'i'il. dn ii' r S'liid ly with Mr.
...! !t.. I' 'P 'P.. ..!.... I
Mi . Boil, mil' Mr,' Tom Jackson I1'"""1 "f "'' Angola goenmicnt.
visited Mrs. Cliailey Jackson Sunday
Misses Ri-ttn Taylor and Jewell Ed- ll!a3JaaMQiMMBn8Mi5aanKWK0iW
d lis .'ittendi'ii the n.irlv nt the lio'iic L
Cures Malaria, Chllln
Denjae or Bilious Ferer.
It kll. Uh
of Mr. Harmon, near Colbert, Satur
mi'ses ijiis i;anie ami -wauio .iacK- a
ram vi ited IM'th Jackson Sunihy j
oening. ! ;'
Mr ind Mi . Stephens and family i
were in Duinnt Saturday. I
Mi s Kitta Taylor spent Saturday, n
night with Jewell EddiiiH. u
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wilhelm of,"
K'np spent the week end with the. m
tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
THijm 1 i.l r, nt1.i(. unit,, I llw, Ufnl
end wi'h homi'fnlkn In Durant.
Mrs. Ora Nelms sjient Sunday with.
Miss Lettn Taylor.
Rayiiiiind Joiilui and Roy Peikinsi
called on Inez and Jewell Sharp Sun
day afternoon. '
Grandpa ntiil Grandma McDonald
Hiifn" i uneMlay with .Mr. and Mrs
Pei' In .
Mr. Bulk Is rhlllilif.
120 N. 3rd
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We are showing the latest
in FALL MILLINERY
all makes ut ery reason
, I Step in and let us show
them to you.
YOUR HAT IS 'WAIT
ING YOU HERE.
The Parisian Millinery
1 Better Goods
2 Better Service
These are a few of the many reasons why ice are always busy. Then, again, when
you spend your hard earned dollar at our store, we see that you get value received. It's
about time for you to get one of our good values in Corduroy Suits at $ l.oO
And a pair of Peters' Diamond Brand Shoes at only, pair 5Zi4D-
Good Blankets at only per pair. - ili4D
And a thousand other good values you will have to see to appreciate.
Bring your family,
goods and prices.
They will feel at home in our store and be pleased with our
Once our customer, always our customer.
WE SELL FOR CASH ANO SAVE YOU MONEY
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Do Your Banking With Men
Every man v. bo baa charge of tbc affairs of this bank are men who
live here in Durant, 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
C. C. Hatchett
L. F. Lee
Dr. J. B. Smith
I he ri
J. D. Abbott
D. G. Brown
V. J. Steger
J. W. Browa