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i't 4 Mi I' ii I r- J i I V .' r I ' i.i U if I. i1 . i. i r ft ft tt! , ; . W.M B-I1U3 Bf til H t'f.i i-Si V,! M- i -if '! ! m i TEN The Dprant Weekly mpws ITKMH l'UOM IlLUK I1KN ' Crop looking good In this commu. ity. Mr. mill Mih, Purloni; u( llokchlto tlsltpil .tlin McManus mill family Sun lay. A ti'ihal is golnu to stint ut tho Ultl" lniihli i bur Sunday inoinlnK nt tl o'clock,. Mm. II. V. Ctikr-r linn been sick the p.iit wook. Ifniup I.oflis was in Durant Satur day Mr ami Ml. MrC.r.ith visited Mr. and '.fis. V.' v.. l.oftls at Smith-Leo. . .'c 'uiiluc M.u anil Zma Cokcr won in Dm runt Saturday. Mrs Hunk ami daughter have re turm-.l from a visit at Madlll. liters Coker and McManus woro m Dluu Saturday. The Sunday School picnic at Elm Titiv Sunday was well attended. Mm, Ilrllamy ia visiting her sister, Mrs .IdliiiMin nl Mead. Morgan Morton ia improvod after tick spill. Henry Berry was in Durant Fri day. tllliert Coker and Karl McMinnm were in Durant Saturday. Mr. anil Mrs Gtis Houk and daugli tt?r vislti d his luollior at Diiiant Sun Hay Kd Slinkfoid's little hoy wns bitten y a dog thought to ho mad last week. greatly with music. The now pas tor, Itev. J. W. Oicgg, who resides at llennington takes ehargo of this work under much hotter conditions and will fill the pulpit there neiy first Su n day. ITKMH FltOM PIHTIiK Tho farmers aru enjoying the nlro Ittln tain which full this week. The rvvival ineetjng is not pro treeing .is well as usual on the ur. ount of tho rain. Gramlpu I -in It passud away fiom this world Saturday evening. Leaving many relatives and friends to mourn ftls loss. A number of relatives and frlnndn woro there when the end anie Mrs. Edith Hayes of Paden, Okla., fu visiting her father, Mr. O. W. Siayes Mrs. Myrtle McManus is reported betlei at this writing. Mr. anil Mis. I. II. .McManus spent Stimlm islting ifl.itlK's near Elm View John A !anni ipcnt Saturday Jiigla with home folks .it Itoheita Ik M Ilaiiiii'i .is in lllue S.itur-laj ITIIMS I'ltOM IWFI'ALO Mrs. Mut lie Smith visited her daughter, Mrs. Myttle Jones near 1'ritc haul Satuiday. i:iici! Smith and Ollvei Jones in il.. a liiisiini s trip l'i Caddo laM S.iturd.iv Kii'liaid t'nili'V of Hoik Spring visited I'orri'xl Sullwin Sunday. Call Sulivan Is visiting bis cousin Delmar Sullivan near Nix. Mrs, Mary Wnshubrn Is on the sick list rt this wilting. Mrs. n. E. Sullivan has been on tho sirk list this week. Zelma Sulivan visited her aunt, Mrs. Ethel Drowning at Prltchard Saturday SUMMER OUTING NEEDS Fishing Tackle Thermos Bottles Sterno Canned Heat Hammocks Bathing Suits Bathing Caps Water Wings Road Guides Auto Pennants Flash Lights Good Books Magazines .ill these and other numerous anting necessities may be had at the DURANT BOOK STORE 204 W. Main Phone 699 DR. A. L. STOUT OSTEOPATH Ftrat State Bamk Belldlac Fbona 881 Dnaat, Okla. ITEMS KItOM I'lIIKO.M ttllOYK Ilro. Moore from Durant, filled his appointment hero dast Sunday. A largo crowd attended church Sunday morning Mr. and Mis. J. 13. Adorholt are tin- pioud parents of a fine baby girl .Mother and babe are doing nicely. Mrs. Ruby Cates is on tho sick list this week. Mr. Whltoil has his new home al most completed. Mrs. Uerry Webster of Durant attended Sunday school and church heio last Sunday. The farmers uro busy threshing the grain this week. Tho cream supper given at Mr. I Sam Harris' was well attended and the young folks report of having a splendid time. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence noach of Lono Oak were visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. noach on the fourth. proud intents of u new baby glil Mother and baby doing nicely. Little Elmer Norrls was quite sik last week but is better this week. Cecil LI ulsay of Atoka spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Vltle Graham. C. (. 0 rah a in and family were in Caddo shopping S.iturdny. lle.itriie Coorh was shopping In Caddo Satuiday afternoon. (Iioige Simmons and Victor Gra ham weie in Caddo last week. Siliool will Mail here ut Mldw i on July IS. with Pi of. Koundsav I' and Miss Maiy Stark of Durant s teadieis. Mrs. John Phillips Is sick . Miss Hnzcl Lindsay left for Atoka to spend a week with her brotln ' and Bister, Ucinembei that Sunday School Ii held every Sunday afternoon at 2 !" and that nil are invited. Alficd Cooper, Elmer Doyd and Ilcmy Nix were in Caddo Monday. Mis. Callie Washing's sister fiom ric.-u.nnt Hill community was visit Ing her Saturday night. I There was no singing Saturday 'night, no Sunday School Sunday, and ino prayer mcetjng Sunday night on arrount of bad weather. 1 Sunday School next Sunday morn ing at the rhurch. Every one is In i lted to come. Theie flww bn Hinging If it doesn't I lain us out next Saturday night i Kev. Smith of Caiiey will be hero tn'xt Saturday on his regular appolnt , nietit and accompanied by the presid ing Elder, Ilro. Illackhurn, to hold fiu.iiterly confeience. We urge eveiy member of tho church to be present. ITKMS I'ltOM IIKN'MNUTON Ml I'lul Mrs T. II. Ilughev anil rwn liti!' ihiughtei'' of oklilmm.i Slly, aic I'eie iiiting Mrs. Hughes pnii-nl - Mi mid Mis J. W. II. Allen. I. ml.' Miss liosamimd Morgan o; Taris, spent nait of last weok with Tenia I'la'ler. Mrs lloliiiaii, mother of Mrs. J. S. Join's, diid Satuiday and was Juried Sunday at llennington renie ttry. Mrs. Iloliu.in had lived heie l lung lime 'I be las) fov mmis die k.is iiiiti fcclili' and almost llii ! She llwd with Iht daughter. Hi hiiies and will be greatly miss d fr ''ii !'( home The many fi lends if Mi Jones ynip ithic with hei At Iht -niiow J M LIomI who has be-ii iuite ffrli the past wook, Is improving. Mis' M. S Smith returned Satur luy from a week's visit with friends Durant. The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Imith James is no belter. We hsid a nice lain Sunday and j anoriiei .Aionuay wlilrli will greatly tid in making the corn crop suro. TJieie reems to bo plenty of IKactics in Uiis scrtlon the way they tro ciinilng into town. Mrs. Allen and Mis. Hughes nio. tanxi to Wade Sunday to visit Mrs. air Allen's futility. Jiinioi Cliristi.m Endeavor ovory Uufit.iy nt 5 p in. at thu Presbyterian Church. H . V.. Hotrhkin his Just closed vers .-m cestui levtvnl at old Ilon ntngion which Ijsled for oei two weeks Tlie chinch was wondei fully trengtliened and seveial were added to the church roll. A huge number pledged thorn aires to llvo better Uvea and to n!t with some church. Mr. and Urn. Oickerson of Durant aided ITEMS FKOM KIEHSEY Sunday srhool was well attended Sunday according to weather. Miss Ituby Bellamy spont Saturday night with Miss Ella Dunn. Miss Lottie Dell and Miss Mabel llurnlt of Sherman Is visiting Miss Ituby Mcl.niigliin. i Ml-s Ruby Stone has returned i home. Troy Creswell of Mead was nt Kehsey Tuesday night. Charlie Enster was In Durant Sat uiday We are all planning for a nice tlmo Sunday "The children's day" Every body Is hulled. We will try to have dinner for nil. Miss Ro-etta Bellamy visited Mis. I. C Ilui'kiniiu Thuisdav night. , Mi-s Dell Fisher spent Tuesday night with Misi Ruhy Rellamy. Farmers are awful discouraged about their cotton. Thieshing is going In our commu-1 nlty. I Itev Rutler, of Durant and Rev. liiihlnsnn of this community is hold-, Ing a meeting which will stop Sunday night. Everv body come and bring some one with you. ITEMS I'HOM I'ltlTCHAIlD The rain that fell Saturday ami Sunday is good on the corn but is hind on the threshers. Mrs. Llllie Cumlngt. and grandson J. D. Mason spent tho latter part of tho week with her daughter Mrs Gordon Cundiff south of Bokchito. I.lllle Turner spent Saturday with Desslo Noland at Dokchlto. Zelmu Sullivan from Buffalo spent Satuiday evening with her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Drowning. Several fiom this community at tended thades day at Bokchito Sat urday. Alford Walker won the prize of $2 In the sack ruco and Mrs. T. J. Thompson won the prize in driving nails. Alpha Bennett returned heme Sunday after spending n. few days with her uncle at Hugo. Melvln Hall returned home Sunday from Trenton. Texas, after spending two weeks with relatives. His iwo i on: otis, Edmond and Willie Blanton tamo home with him to spend a few days. Cecil Pearco spent Sunday with Albeit Walker. Mrs. J. B. Giantham spent Fiiilay evening with Mis. J. B. Walker ITEMS FROM MIDWAY Mr. and Mrs. Will Paddock are the ITEMS I'ltOM I'REEXY CHAPEL Kussel Wood and family of Fneiiy weie Wsltlng near IJtlct last Tins day. Some of the fanners are in a vcty critical condition about their oats as the rain seems to Increase instead of decrease. Miss Agnes Reeves of Coneiith was was visiting here this week-end. Richard Finley of Rock Springs, was visiting his sister, near here this week. Seveial fiom this community have been attending the Apostlic meeting nt Post Oak this week. Maile Nixon visited Mis. Ora Wright Thursday night. Eveiyono in this community was hoping that, the boll weevil would stop Its ravages until tho last rain which put Ihe farmers on tho blue list. I I I I I I o GREAT PIANO SALE j A Real Home Piano Sale for the j people of Durant and Bryan County, consisting of Pianos I and Player Pianos J There never was a time before or I after the war when Pianos could I be bought at these prices, and you I will find in this stock Pianos of the finest-many of the most stand ard makes If you are going to buy a Piano it will indeed be to your interest to come in and look these Pianos over j Every Piano represented here must be SOLD IN FIFTEEN DAYS Pianos on display at ' BERRY'S CONFECTIONERY 3 Doors West of Fish and Oyster Parlor erms to suit the Customer I Sale is carried by J. B. LAWRENCE, of this j JCity and A. E. McBRAYER, of Texas. . j IS Days Only 13 1 I IE.MS FROM NEW CIH'RCII Misses Alile and Willie Mae Wln tred are at Coleman this week vislt I nt; relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Aderholt are tin' proud parents of an eleven pound girl. Tbcre w-as a cream supper at the Inline of Mr. and Mis. Sam Harris last Monday night, large crowd .all reported a nice time. Rev. Tucker of Silo preached at New Church Sunday afternoon. Messrs Tailor, Stanley and Onas Everett of Armstiong attended the cream supper Monday night. The oats fiom this part of the cominuiiity are not ery good. I.oney Wlllhoit of Texas Is visiting Mi. Hardlngs folks this week. Miss Hpnna Gentry of Plrtlo was the visitor of Leila Ronfroo Sunday. Quite a. crowd from Blue attend ed preachllng at Plrtlo Wednesday night, July C. Mrs. Gilbert of Durant Is visit ing relatives heie. Mis. Na'omi Poison Is visiting rela tives in Stoncwi.il, Oklahoma. Mrs. Hlbdon. who has been very nick is now Impioving. Mr. Korr who bus beon working for the Dluo Ox Oil Company has re turned to his home In Iowa. Mis. H. II. Adams of Hugo visited friends and relatives hero Saturday and Sunday . ITEMS FROM IIIiUK The thresher has not been heard for the last few days, because of the rain. Miss Leila Renfroe, who is attend ing the Southeastern Normal spent the week-end with home folks. There was no prayer meeting Sunr day night on account of rain. ITKMH FROM SILO Tho recent rains have stopped the threshing for several days In this soctlon. Jack Parley of Greenville, Texas is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. D. Ilishop this week. Dr. Austin and family of Mead were visiting in Silo Monday. Clebutne Garrett of Wilson, Okla., was in Silo Sunday. Arthur Dunlnp and family have moved to Durant. Herbert, Harrison of Durant was In Silo Sunday. Vonnio Drecce nttended Sunday School at Kulsom Sundny. Troy James was in Silo Monday. Joe T. Robinson was a business visitor in Durant Tuesday. Mrs. Earnest Dlshop spent the week-end with her mother at Fulsom Grove. Little Gene Cates of Durant; la vis iting her grand parents, Mr. and Mm. J. T. Cates. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dlshop. who have made their home in Denison FRIDAYrm for Knvnml i. . afc to silo. 9 nar awi J. O. Harrison wn. . . ItOr tn Dllron. m.. . o DUliit.4 Julian Robinson wh: i '1 the Normal hn,i .ho ' d days on account of 8ckn7 m able to return Men, kDki --.....,, ITKMH l.'iii. ... Mr. and Mr. t ,. ...lfc- rant spent Sunday tot?$? Mr. and Mrs. B. R J2H Red relatives here Sund"W,M Rex RbM m. " 'i here on buslne v.,' Ki day. "--Murtta Miss Violet m ! Riuinl tho ... . . . M FkJ Iola Edelen "e Hk I Mr. and Mrs. Headle, Wki. J Red frlend in k-i " ' WM Jesse Bromley of ArtmonJ ttlng homefolks here thl.JL'l Miss Rvlvlo n .. .".MM IZ more- where JS buw ouiuuicr, ITEMS FROM mtia Lester Carnenter ... vlsltlnc relative! h .,. ""I Clarence May left s,, Arkansas where he 1 ,pe 71 nraakn mitt. t..i. ' N Mrs. Granville McKlMn -....-. v.- .oll .-.uiuraay (orj wui mey win make their uome. Mrs. Llllie Hav and .m Durant spent Sunday here w3 ", hud. junn ritner. John Vnnnhln ami r,..,, , attended church at Barwfcfc i night. Born to Mr. ami Mn u..v. ford on Saturday, a fine biijj Jenkins Dry Goods Company Semi Annual Sale Has Been Saving Money for Hundreds of People the Past Few Days. Here's Lots of Bargains Left If you have ever attended one of these sales, you may know that we offer just as many values for the last day as for the first. Where Lots are broken, reyard less of prices, they are grouped to-gether and a price low enough that they sell, put on them. YoiCll find merchandise marked 1-2 the original sale price Come see for your self what we are doing to help your money go along way. You Can't Afford To Miss This . Sale of Beaver Hats For Men They represent values up to $9.00 Sale price only 94.95 One lot Men's good Felt Hats at $345 Your choice of Men's Dunlap Straw Hats $4.95 Men's Beaver Brand Straws only $2.95 One lot Men's Shirts, values up to $2.00 Sale price only 97c One lot Men's Dress Shirts, values to' $2.05. Clearance sale price only.... $1.48 Men's Best Overalls priced at One lot Men's gauze rib underweir- ankle length, short sleeves, priced i only Men's Silk Knit Ties only .. Onnlot Ladies' Military Heel Bill Lace Walking Oxfords, price only i Drip lnr Mpn's Rlanlr enlt BlucheN heavy army lust working shoes, valM to S4.95 Price now only "J One lot Ladies' fine Dress Pumps I Oxfords, values to $12.50-Sale pn only v-r3?ir Iv .TC czm -a 4 - ID vti Thousands of Bargains in Sta ple Piece Goods, Notions and Fancy Dress Goods. Beautiful Silk Taffeta and Messaline in solid Staple colors, priced only $JJ' and $W One lot beautiful underwear Mater ials and Summer Skirtings values up to $1.45 Choice of the lot at 19c and 39c Best Ginghams, Red Seal only 1Se Our curtain goods and drapperies are the best obtainable and our prices are positively the lowest Prices are i to 98c You will surely buy more than one dres3 when you see the values we are offering through this Clearance Sale, ai 91.98, $2.98, $3J95, 14.95 up to U& COME TO THIS BIG SALE WHERE BARGAINS ARI BIGGEST ANB BEST namL fciilgrtrf.lrlgJ.lrF.llfcJ'U.JJSraia Dmrant. Oklta.