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1TKMS I'ltOM SII.O
Wo nu laving mini vve.it hei
tliiv wilting. I'MMpciH ate foi
lit at i u i' mul Mabel Iliown of Du
nmt "pent Siiml.iy iilteinoon with
Wrj .!. T. Ilaitison.
elni.i EppoiMin spout Suiula with
Mrs. Pi. Austin :uul family of Mend
spout Sntuiday with Mis. T. J.
Uivrie .mil fumil.v.
Maggie Xidmkon is upending n few
davs with her brothei. Tom Nuhol-
4tlM f if Itllllltl.
All fillf'trl 'J Vlfl f'l.lltll nf Tllllnnt
..... ... .. ,. ..in. ... ....., .ft irtll.llll.
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Nina I-'idil spent Satuiday in the
Iionu of Mis. J. T. Robinson of
llio. Tinker filled his tegular ap
pointment nt I'.liii View Saturd.i.v
night and Sunday.
Mr. I'.nish has moved to Silo.
M.iry Ilauison is spending the
wtik in Dui.int with hei sister Vei
rU. who is attending high school.
Civile Hefnei was in Silo Mond.i
Mr. inil Titj Hiititnr r?,iniirt.ii
spent Mfi:il (lays with lclntivcs nt
Aisiioiningo inis wcck.
FROM LONE OAK
S Lee Wyre and family spent
Thanksgiving day at Hluc visiting
Mis. .1. I). Moonnan and Hessie and
Winnie .Mn.v spent Satuiday morning
with Ml-. Wyie.
I'neie was a Thanksgiving n.ntv
at I'd Kineheart's. Unite a few
weie in cm lit.
.Ml. mul Mis. I!. It. Yiimn mu til
S.i'iiid.i.v iii bin .int.
.M.ini rnim hue iitttmlul the sihool
THE DtTBANT WEEKLY NRWS
FROM HATCHER SCHOOL
G. C. Kimes made a business trip
to Ourant Saturday.
Mr. and Mis. L. P. Pitts islted
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rush Sunday.
a. uwens, .i. m. .McMennnmy. a
J. L. Meadows is on the sick list
Alii.il NT.i.itiift Pimi'f ii titn.nf Wn.ltina
lay night and Thursday in Durant
with Misses Alien and Katherinc
Mrs. 0. A. Griffin who is sitk nt
Durant is leportcd not any better.
Ruth Keedy and Willie Hawkes
spent Friday night with N'eomn
?? W fi rn n t ti n fn rnf limp., liftmn iVt
23rd of Nov., after visiting his old
nome in .Mississippi.
David LateB from liokchito spent
the week-end with T. D. Pearce and
Mibs Ola York spent the week-end
with home folks near Wade.
.Tnrrptl TI. Wnllfpr nnrl fnmilv nun1
Kuby L. Pearce spent Sunday with
ixwis unrmon anu lamuy near uui
falo. Tnrl f?ilT.Y. inert. .T T. MnArlnltlo
and Jarrett B. Walker attended the
totige at tioKcniio rnursaay nignt.
Mrs. T. J. Thompson spent Sunday
with Mrv. T. I). Penrre.
Uro. Brvnn Aheinathy filled his
regular appointment nere Sunday
morning and night.
ITEMS I'ROM PIRTLE
Sundav Sihool was eiy well at
Piayei meeting was well attend
ed at Mi. and Mrs. Walkei's Wednes
There was a laige longieg.ition
nnd good singing Sunday night at
Mi. Nuk KiMiei't.
Mr .mil lw .1 VI' I? iwti.it. nf
Hugo spent the weekend with iela-
Mr. and Ml-. Wultei Haves weie
shopping in Dm. nit Satuida.
Mr. anil Mi, II. It. Haves' sistei
Mary and I'eail inside a business tup
to Dm ant S.ituid.i.v
Mr. and Mis. Steins and Miss I.ni
ma Mol-un tailed on Mr. and Mis.
Willie Git en Sunda.
Miss (lei ti uili. Ctilpoppet attended
pro.u-hinc at I.lm View Sunday.
Kdd Iludsiiti and family haJ mo
od to Tliom.is ( Impel
Mr. mid Mis G W. Haes attend
ed punching at ltlue .Satuidaj iukIU.
Miss Rubj Cox i-. M-.itlliK ielatles
nt IleuiiiiiKtiiu this week.
Mis.s ( hustell Motion dined with
jUiss Allie Cox Sunila.
Miss Mai Haes dined with Miss
Julia nnd Reba C.n r Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Ia-sIio Smith of near
Ued risei spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mis. Risiier made a busi
ness tiip to Duiant Satuiday.
Miss I.oiene Rose, Jr. is on the
Miss Nellie Green is spendinp; the
teik with lelatixes at Dm ant.
On the 12th day of Doiemhor there
-will be a pie supper heie. I.xeiy
liody lonie and brinp; some one with
F.vei.xbody come to preaihiiij Sat
uiday ujuht. Sunday and Suml.i
Kemember the cottage prayer
TneetiiiK eveiy Wediie-day mijlit.
Too late for Inst week
Mrs. .lames Giece; and two ihil-
ihen left last l"i ttl.iv tor New l!o
Ion, Texas to isit home folks, llev.
.1. W. Gieirir aiiompanied her as
far as Pans.
Mr. and Mi- II Attawa.v made
si tii) to Ada lust Pinlii to si i Mi-.
Staik. The itiipiiil Satuiday.
Ihev found tin load- in fine shape."
The piOKi.uu kim ii b the made-
Jit the sihool atiditoiuiin Mi.nd.i
tiiRllt wit- injoteil b a laie tinwd.'
The luiaslon was u s)ii)ttll fr (lt.
Doinestli SiieTini ileii imuiMit I'l.i.i
fmnily wa- a-ked to Itt myr n tookinj:
utensil. Mo-t eeiythiinr Midid m
the kitihen was bioucht and the P.u-
ent-Ieaihers Association expect to
imp puiinuso tno leiuaimnt" netO!.-sitic-i
to boKin wmk in this depmt
uneit after Chiistmas. The ilass has
iunt will in domestic ait and me
lookitiK fonvaid to the next step.
Mrs. Cole and a sister of Mr-.
-Aller. -are xisitmpr the latter. Thev
Mrc from Clnrksville. Texas.
The frosty das of last week nnde
Jolks think of pork nnd sau-ane and
s-uuie fat porkers save their last
The Knxvorth League of Durant
came down last Sunday afternoon and
'-,' program fo rthe League nt
this place. A large crowd enjoyed
tho sen-ices and wish thev would
The rock laying on the road is
complete nnd clay nnd gravel are be
ing put on, which will make it eom-yi'etc.
hall game Thni-ilay eeiiing in Du
.Ml . Ti lnilile h:is lu.i n iiti tlin in L-
li-t this weik.
Wold was ineiMil fiom .Ml-. Rev-
nolt that her sister is as hiw ns
she i mild be. .Mis. Reynolds' man
f i lends synipathie with her in her
Mi. and Mis. ( .M. Neal spent
numi.1 at t. t. . ales' nome.
Mi-s Loui-e Knoih spent Satuidnv
night with Came Ilojet.
W'llma .Men itt spent Satuidav
inrht with Junior Tiemble.
.Mr. Jim Campbell killed a beef this
Mi. and Mi-. Jim Memtt spent
SuiiiI.in eMiiinir at the r.-ilhnnn,.
.Mr. and Mis. Wvni anil Ij.-tnr tj.i.
Juiiioi Tiembel tailed at .Mr. Mer-
ntt's Sunday nicht.
It(. Sholton anil wifn usilml tli,.
home of Mr. Roaih. Little llumiti
ITEMS FROM IIANTY
Rev. Nelson Wolfe filled his reg
ular uppointment here Sunuuy morn
ing und night.
Rev. E. Ilotthkin delhered n splen-
lllll tllll4dllfrit lull.. Slltlflnl. f.f t A..n...
......... .. ... .,.,...... .i.ivinuuii. ,. uwens, a. .u. .ue.uennnmy. .
A piogiam rendeied by the Liter-' liain and P. M. Ma.vhew weie among
ai Sin let last Ihui.-day night was the fieguont -.isitois in Caddo last
thoiouehll iimoVfiil hv thn nt.. . t
....,. -.....,,.. ..,. ...b fe. tin. i,.-r.
IllUlllbel lllesellt. ril.nnilmn Iilla i livlllnn. f,:..t,.l
A pie mid box supper will be given heie at piesent.
at the sihool house next Satuidi. A pound supper was given by Mr.
n ght. 1 loinds will ,e u-eil for sup-jml Mis. Claieme Aniold which was
Dili 4 fill llwt l.itfikn U... !.. .....1 it ...i - 1 t .. i f . t
..i.i.i, ...u mipiimmm mi-t m mi iiigm. i 'lot mis win ne u-od for sup-i.,ml Mis. Claieme Aniold which was
TL '"rho " v11!1 y.lfr ' UU-miy Sou-ety and'well a.temk" ami t "j" d bv eve y
nil game nun-day evening in Du- t hn-tinns deioiat ons. ' ""'
( hnstmas detointions
Miss Hodgts spont Thanksgiving
with fin nd in Ciowder and .McAI
ettor. She leiiorts n lovelv time.
Mr. and Mis. W. T. Smith weie
visitois m Hokchito Sundav after
noon. Mis Jo-do Tidwell returned home
Satuiday after a three months visit
Min lenitives in Texas.
eined a little better but is still in
a sei mils lomlition.
This community was saddened to
hear of the death of the little 8-year
old In other of Miss Lola Renfro, one
of our teatheis at Lone Oak. Her
parents weie on the way to Rio
Giande Valley nnd their little boy
had his foot cut on some vviie in
tamp and took lock jaw and died
very suddenly. They were in 100
Hides of their future hninn nmr Prl.n.
burg, Texas. We extend our heart
Mr. and Mrs. Brashear left Satur
day morning for their home at Ver
non, Texas after an extended visit
with relatives here.
vovle Trpmhln snonf s"n,lot. ,, iu
Otto Wyhe spent Saturday with
AImn lJimnnrp rAfnrnn1 Tw.mn nf-
ter a weeks visit with her brother
Mr. Hnmtlfnn nnH Wlnl an ti,..ni.-
ed peanuts last Wednesday.
iur. anu ivirs. Jess Anderson vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald.
Our School horn in nnrnvinr tl,,.!-
new basket ball court.
Mrs. J. D. Mnnrmnn nn.l U'inn.V
- - ...... h..m ii ..lull;
May spent Sunday evening nt the
Junior Tremhlp snont s"nn.ln.. n!n,i
with Wiima Merritt.
Miss Loin Rpnfrn viuifml Tior cIeIik
near Blue last week-end.
Hio. Kobin-on will pi each for us
Sunday nioining and night. Everv
one come to S. S. nnd thuich anil
bimg some one with ou.
ITEMS FROM UTICA
W. 1). Minm.in nnil niT.. umim.
ed to Duiant Monday.
Dr. . 1). Sandeis and wife of
Winteis. Texns .'mil It n s7,ii,i.l.it. .....i
wife of Coalgnte spent Thank-giv-
iiik "mi uieir inoiner, .Mis. M. K.
Mis. Semth Viitht. nn.l .innnlitn..
- -ri-'- ...... hiiii,iiiu
l.l.ul- spont ThanksciMne- with
Mi es Maude anil P.mil V. nrl, .if
Mls-es F.-S10 I.eui- vtiiint Min ii .w.t.
end with home fouks at Yuba. Mt-s
I'ninia Bi.vant was her guest.
Mi-s Minnie Alma Stuikev of
Shltvonoit. La., snout Tli.inLa.ru .n
with .Mi-s Lootn O'Dondev.
.Mr. Algie Dillmgei of A'lbnnv was
a visitor at sine-inir Sumlnv im!it
Gtadv Wnnn ami nfA ..f Vn...
I'lk Vlsltlll P. Ii. I'lV ;init fntmli.
Mlos (.lnds nnil Pl.iif. fn. ii.i...
the guests of Miss Mil tie Staik Sun-
A. A. Kills mill fnillllf llflln mm n.l
to tho Ilotth Fisher plate.
Duk Seal mul f.imili linvn hm
to their now home.
Tho Otitis lirisLnt li.tll Innm tn.it.V....1
n game with the Albany team Thui.s-
oay. .iioany was winner bv one
Mr. nnd Mrs. Emory McCandles-
OHteltallloll the viinini- fnlLo n !.
dame Thuisdny night. All lepoit ii
Mis. P. IJ. I'iv limit (., Sli,
- - - - --. . ... ..v..v ... wtii.:.,!,,.,!
.Mond.1V to limloliro on nnm-itinti Ul,,.
was ati'ompanied by her husband and
i'l. Ililllll ill lllinnv.
Akin I. m)i mul "if uli. i iri,i,.. ...
toieil to Duiant Mondnv.
HEMS FROM HARWICH
Sunday School was very well nt
tondod legaidless of the minv
The momnm nnd ntn Qtinn.ii. it.V.11.
wa- given by the sihool was a suc-
Bold Davis liml Iiln rnllinu .. nr..
... , ;- -" uw...,, .,i..i.
united in niainage Sundav: nls.i
.MM tie Hill nnd I.onn.iil 'svtn
iiiey nave tne tongiatulatiuns of thi
The League was mined out Sun
Ho.vd and Melvin Davis weie in Du
Mildtt'd James spent Saturdav
night with Ida Collins.
Mis. Willey nnd her daughter, Vas
tn Strapp weie Durant visitors Sat
urday. Blanche Crain and Lillian Glover
weie lisiting with Mrs. Led Davis
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. James were in
Wilhura Hill uTnt tn ir,, oi.
.. ... . ..,. fcv uu gub-
II. P. Folsoni motoied to Duiant
Mi-s Jessie Smith left Tuesday for
I'ltN. Okla. where she will be engag
id in business and will make her
home with lelatives theie.
The young folks enjoyed the
"stoi m pait" nt Mr. and Mis. Her
man uusns tveunesaay nignt.
Miss Margntete Hightower spent
Satuiday night with the Misses Mnv
Sihool Was rlUniliini1 Timcilm, am
.... . ... ..... .,.,. uv -I,..., 1711
the nccount of another loom being
pui to me siuooi building.
Miss Susie Hughes of Piitle at
tended Sunday Sihool here Sunday.
Ernest Con of Blue attended the
mteitninment at the Arnold home
FROM OLD Af.tian..
Jte.sn? .?- era.
.lt uiuiuiMons itt n ." I
has been dangerously III J10"1 M
FRIDAY, DEf! q
ITEMS FROM FREENY
.Misses Mae Pliddy. Pearl Mitchell,
Mane Nixon, Hula Chont nnil Mnsara.
Hat vey Strickland. Eugene Wcver
and Mr. Hail was intertninod by
Vo-tal Vnlentine Wednesday night.
Mrs. Thompson of near Pritchard
mtertuined a host of vnnm. fntL-o
with a candy breaking Thursday
night. Everyone reports a nice
Mrs. Sullivan, Ada Ingram nnd
irginia Wood were guests of Mrs.
Nixon nnd Marie Friday evening.
. e nave several new ones moving
, ........ iu our luinmunuy. Among tnenuare
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis visited, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan from Pritch-
friends and relatives here last week
Ruth and Laura VnnnWn .;:
ing their cousin Leona Venable Sun
day. Rllth nnH T nnnn Vnnnliln ... !!
motoiod to Dui.int
II. L. fins
Lee Mi Conn nf m .n- I!,,.i. . II .,.-
vi-iting his mother. .Mis. J. H, 3j't..
Conn heie Sunda.v.
Dan Hiaikett was in I..iL vt
Ml-. W. L. AimstlOtll? of Unnnmii,.
ton spent Thank-giving with her
Hint 111 I. .All-. J. H. Mi Conn.
Olll ti.uhiM Mm I't. in.., XI. !-.,..
. ... .iivvuiiu
1- (HI till -Ilk ll-t t II- llflk.
.Mr. anil Ah 1'i.itii. ii.ii.. i
,, . ,, : ' .....ii ..ii.i .inn
t Mil Magouuk motoiid to Antlei-
Mi-. W. L. Arnistumg of Benning
ton spun Saturdn.v night with her
Mster. .Mi-. Joe .Magouuk.
Ralph Ann-Hong of Bennington
spent Thank-giving with his cousin
Mr. and Mi-. Call Magouini spent
Sunday with Ins niothu. Mis. Joe
Mi. and Mrs. I. M. Ivbuni left
this week for Oklahoma Citv wheio
they will make thou- futuie nome.
Mi-s Eleanor Mi Conn was m Ben
Dllck fio-s wn In T.ntrt ll'P o..
Mr. and Mis. Frank Billy was in
A. 1'. Homer was. in Soper Wednes
day on bu-iness.
Bill Young was in Bo-well Friday.
The B V. P. P SnnSnl ,,... - l
h- - - - . "v.... ,uill III lllf
ome of .Mrs. Joe Mngouitk was well
enjoyed bv everv nno. A r,nnA n. ,,!...
was present and was served with
hot chocolate and cake.
ITEMS FRO.M CALERA
Rev. Henrv i"of nf n,L-ni.wA fin
ed the pulpit at the First Baptist
church Sunday morning.
Mesdames Harris. Wells. Loizton
nnd Keller were shopping in Durant
i-1 mil .
Frank Standifer of Platter was in
KeV. Jon Piarpn rntumn.l f.nn.
Sherman Monday to assist Bro. Boy-
ti.1. in me meeting mis week.
Baby Elliott who hub been sick, is
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tnmlil T nml,'. !,...'
. ... u..- ..,","""" '." """
..u mil uveii iii ior several weeks
is sun veiy low.
Mrs. BlTinnpl's mnthnr nn.l f,,fl,n
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Paikcr expect to'
move to Mr. Biunner's fnrm south
of town oon.
Mis. Blackburn ilin tinu l,.... ,,f
feiing with an infected hand is in
the Duiant Ho-pital. One of her
fmgets had to be icmoved. We hope
tor ner an eaily levtnery.
Mr. and .Mis. G. D. McVeigh and
little son Lilbum letiuned home
Satuiday after an enjo.vable lisit to
Annum e and Sulphur.
.Mai nod at the homo of the lii!.l,.v
patents. Mr. and Mis. Hairy Guion
olindav aftoinoon. Mis I u, ill,, n,,:..
and Mr. Claik Buihanan. We wish
them a long and happy life.
Dr. J. R. Keller Iectuied Sundav
afternoon at the Cox school house.
ITEMS FROM CADE
The W. B. M. S. ladies weie busy
the foiop.ut of the week getting
lead a box for tho oiphans homo.
Elbeit Bethel. Ro- and M. M. Rod
ilom mo dooi hunting in the Kiamitia
mountain- thi- week.
J. W. Hnll.iuni-. rinmin n..,. 1
t.lijah Duty spent the week-end
hunting m Boggy bottoms.
Tho VOUtlir fnlLs oni'nv,,1 o ,.on
at the home of Mi. and .Mrs. B. F.
Caldwell Thui-day evening, given in
honor of Mis. Tnoz Ross.
Mi--es Pullons and AlderVook
Thanki,21Vl!lir ilmnnr n tU V.nM
Mr. and Min. W "tr ri,t,. , :.i...i
vvith Mr. and Mis. J. W. Wollovvay
Dan Chishnlm mul ntin ri.,ii ..
spent pait of the week with frimds
Ml--os Nntn nn.l Pinlin lln,. T t
Ben-. Betilah and .Man- Siott.' Mi-s.
I1107 Ross. Mi-. Boithha Bethel and
Paulino Bo. Jim iintv ri.,.i
Gieon and A. P. Hatfield vveio Lniost
It luncheon SemLii of M.. .1,1. 1 m..
B. P. Caldwell. '"
Theie was i smn-i Th, ..I.,.. :..i.
. ., , ,. - ...v-.iii, infill 1
nt tin home of Mr. ami Mi-. V,,
DlltV in honni nf Miv nn,l VI,. 1 '
Nit ho!-. ""'
Otto Canktr and Dan Chn-holm of
Aiiu-tii.ng -pent Satuidav night
with Elijah Dutv h J
Evil I ! mi it. ,1 to ihtiuh Sun
da.v at tli mii AUi. Situidav night
and Sund.1.1 nignt Ijn. p. ii, j;kl.-
ei-011 hi i'tiiant win picath
ard. Mr. nnil Mm. Whn.itlu ne nnn-
Texas and also Mr. Foster Wheatly
of Needmore. We wish to extend to
them our friendship in their now
We will have a Christmas tree here
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Wood of Quan
nah, Texas are here to take Christ
mas with relatives and friends.
..Ia',le ixon sPent Friday night
with Virginia Wood.
Miss Mae Priddy intertained Misses
Penrl Mitchell, Marie Nixon nnd Mr.
Hnrvey Strickland. Eugene Weber
and estal Vnlentine Saturday night
wThj. lM.ission,aP' Society met at Mrs.
"0ds last Wednesday evening.
. Mr. Grady Harris of Voka is visit
ing in this community.
FROM VEACH GROVE
Rev. J. H. Burr has just returned
from Provence. Okla., where he held
meetings for nnn tvnnL' ITn ar.fA
that the meetings were well attended with MembrScu'I1 fo,J S
and muih good was accomplished. Iptoving slow"y now' P' Hc ' b
l nnil Iu C)..1..... 1 1 (1 !-.- .
d.en and Mi.s Abhle Seeley nnd Marv.the roads this wetk '" 8t
G. Seeley "Sunday eienlng. ' ... ",'!y. aA,nB is nl,ut
School elo'-ed Wednesday for
On Snnilnv Pni-. .T XX rtim. ......i..
ed two seimons a' the 1 ome of Mr. make a Tr VZ T
'IS 5"S?mi "5h"STSS- hS- Spears and "X L?
.Mr. Homer Ray moved fiom the
Templeton fnini to the G. W. Seeley
faun wheie Mr. Sam Piuitt lived.
Misses rtnlTilp.1 .Tneslii 1T.in1,,. n..n
- .- . . u...,.w ...,.t iibiiiij uit:
on the sick li-t this week.
Miss Katie finnrihnr nf Phmloctnii
Arkansas was the guest of .Mr. and
Mts. fllll'in Vailt Ii ni'or Uiin.ln.,
.... .. ........ ,u... ...i. SUIll, 44JT.
Miss Nellie Mae Johnson of Heav
ener. Okla. and Miss Edith Douglas
of McAlister weie the guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Calvin Veach last Satur
Mrs. Moiy Seeley. Misses Abbie
and Mnrv I.oe Soelnv annnf TTrirlni,
with Mrs. T J. Newbeiiv.
ITEMS FROM IIANTY
Shine Rue nnd fnmitv unt-n t lc.
iting in this place Sunday.
.miss r.nzabetn Hodges went vis
TipV. V.. Tl.ltphlftn tllPMilin n n
nice crowd Sunday afternoon at 3
There will be a pie and a box- sup-
nnv nt Rfllltl' untinnt linnan Slofurao,.
night. December 9th, for tho benefit
01 tne uteiaiy.
John Hnrvey Toon has just return
ed from Connor. Tnvas ivnprn hp hna
Miss Silby Toon visited at the
home of Miss Nettie Pope Sunday.
IT n Tnnn nnii cni r'urlo TIT A
. . .VU.. U..14 CUII VU111SI . &,
Cobb and son Glover went vvoif hunt
ing Sunday and returned with no
Mr. McSlangle returned to his home
in Texas last week but is going to
help his son and son-in-law move up
666 quickly relieves Colds and La
Grippe, Costipation, Biliousness and
120 N. 3rd
work in thio !.. al! the tknM
isl.ed. Plowing is bPin, . '! ,nt
take 'a Vrin to'lSTr. .tt.M, tj
..i4 ....-I. .liijinono upeaia will i 1
soon for west t. aJ?M 'eavd
been here a long time ami ty hH
hate to see them I-SiS."na the $
Clint Horton has been sli-k f I
pmi Hnv. ,ii, ,u ".'.. S,CK 'or sev-B
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chestnut have wd
furn turo nrennrntnn,, . " e DOU&nd
Several new pupils have enroTef i
school tho nnst. txm i . -"'iea l
The young people cnjoed a domi
party nt the home of Mr. S$?
Friday nieht. ' "ennetts
They gave the Turk plenty of .
but he wouldn't hang himself?
Every ChMstmas Card
is a ray of sunshine.
Buy NOW while our
stock is complete.
Durant Flower Shop
Third and Evergreen
Whitaker's Big Money Raising
We are offering many unusual values in order
to make Saturday the biggest day of this re
markable sale of which has been the most
successful that we have ever put on from the
standpoint of money saving values
'Please Note the following Prices
" CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR RENT 2 nvwl fnrm. OOA
acres, 2'2 miles from Bokchito, the
tuner .-i acres, witn ::uu acres clear
ed, S. E. of Bennington. A good
proposition for the right men. Write
Paul T. Million. McAlestcr, Okla.
MEN Our catiilni'ii.i tilu Vim,. ...
tenth b.iibenng quickly, mailed free.
.v.oier tJ.irt.er follege, 310 Main St.
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liii-ut'ii. ueturii to umpson Johnson.
Durant. Okla. - 49ws2
FOR REVT- Til,. I.lr for,.,. 4
nble to handle. R. E. Powers. Durant.
100 Men's Dess Hats $1.85
100 Men's Dress Hats $2.85
Boys' Caps with ear flaps.. 50c
Men's Caps with ear flaps 69c
Men's Corduroy and all-wool
Shirts for $2.85
1 Big lot Men's dress Shirts
We are offering the greatest
reduction ever offered in
Men's and Boys' Clothing. We
invite you in to look them over.
1 Big lot Men's Work Shoes,
Outing Bals $1.95
300 pair of Women's and Girl's
Shoes and Oxfords will bS
sold Saturday for $1.85 and
Every Shoe in the house re
gardless of the price, greatly
reduced in price.
COME BUY SAVE
Thousands of yards of Ging
hams and Percals for yd 10c
A good grade of Domestic goes
in this sale for 9 l-2c
1 Big lot of all-wool baby blan
kets, each 59c
We are offering the biggest
stock of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Hosiery in Southeas
tern Oklahoma for 10, 15 and
Dresses, Coats, and Co.t
Suits are marked 1-2 and 1-3
All Millinery 1-2 PRICE; in
fact our large department
for the Women marked at
greatly reduced prices.
We invite you to come and be
Your own judge.
1 Big lot of