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THB DmiANT WBRgLY NBWS
ITKMS FUO.M IKIWNINO I'HAl'Kfc .Mrs iun.t Mmlscv is Mtlni; her
Thoio wan a good nltcndanco at i iaiciin, .Mi. anil Mrs. .Ino, Nichols.
Sunday School. I Hinr .loni-s Mr. Mofflt anil A. G
Tho luwtlnB conducted by Brother Moreno wtit to North Texas lust
Spire Is still in progress, v.. ok for fruit , hut tailed to find any
Mrs. Claude Ilronks Is visiting nor there.
mother at llonham. Mi. and .Mm. Jno. Morgan and
Mih. Martha Ciann has returned t mlly visited Saturday night at B.
lionie to .McCurtaln tttter a visit with V r:ntdcllV
ler father and mother. ' The lltMe hon of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Norton received the sad news .lullim Green is lck.
of the death of his mother In Texas W, .1. HmkIich died Thursday and
last week. u.i laid to rest In the Old Church
The little daughter of Mr. and (emelerj Friday afternoon. He was
Mrs. C. J. Kay" was seriously hurt in well known farmer hero having
at church Friday night when sho'llxed here for a number of years.
fell fiom the stage utrlcklng lior , IHm bereaiod family, consisting of a
Beadouaile.sk. Iife, three daughters and one son,
Miss Bonnie and Vada Jackson of,hif our henitfelt sympathy.
Maytuhhy visited Mr. and Mrs. Kills V. K. DodsonV now house is nl.
Fralor Sunday. most completed.
Miss Sarah Butler is sick. !ev. Hoover preached at Hale
Mrs. Will Hamilton visited her ( school house Sunday.
iMir. Mrs. Buck nt I.0110 Star Sun-, mhs Nora Duty visited Sunday at
dm. .1 V. Nichols.
I'Iiuh. Daniel Imh gono to Atoka to Mr and MrH. Elijah Duty spent tho
Sale leathers examination. lueekomi at Ransom Orcy's at
l.lltle April (linen has l.een niul I M:ito
irt ! '
J ('. Daniel wan In Caddo Sunday
I'loul Caitei of Carrol's Chapel
ilsiteil here Slllidiiy.
Mfsx ff. el Bry.int is vlslllnr her
lister Mrs. Dm 1 Kuratt at Stonewall.
ITKMS KltOM MATOY
Farmers are about dono work in
their crops Cotton is looking a lit
tle more promising; Corn Is fine.
Health isn't so good at piesent.
Quite a few rhllls caused by so much
lain thla ser.son It Is thought.
"am Pettott, who underwent nn
mow ri:ri:xvciiArr.i 1
Tfi f.n tn. wo i.f (IiIl 1 ftimttlltitt V I
I'" Mil lll ' I l'l !- I iillllilMllli 1 . 1 . .. . . 1 . . .-
i ..1 1. 1. ..in. M,.,lr "'"'"'"" "l "" ''l'iii ai mn.ini
J II Tl il I PI HI I llll lli,M .riiii n- 1
.ofion anil threshing Ih prncresslng
S'eial fiom hero attended church
at Post Oik Snnd ly night
Miss M.iuMiel I'irlrim from Nlxi
ban been visiting near Buffalo this
rs joi llarmnn was in Caddo
Leslie Beeves and Wllllo Oll
breilth of CuiieiiUi v. ere visiting Mrs
Or Wrlgiu "atitrdnv night.
'Ilieie .' no hinging Saturday
Homer Moigan was visiting in
Corrrntli coinmtiiilty Frldav night.
Mr and MrR. Boy Fitter havo
sVen visiting Mr. and Mih .Tim Flt
ir of .Matov community.
fTKWS FUOM COMIKKT
(Too lain for last, vvook)
The Baptist Sunday School hail a
jMcnie Wednesday afternoon for tint
3mi(tnv Siliool ihiblren who worked
io deligeiitly In the Recent "Belter
Sunday School" campaign.
Mrs. .1 .N. Notion who has boon
aii the till: Hal is much impiovoil.
Mastir llor.ue Colbert suffered
a fiacyned aim Monday fiom etank
Uag a car.
Mrs Rebiii.i Colin it 11 eiv ill at
'.his u riling
Miss lies le (ilaildeu is spending
'.he week with bei sistei, Mrs (Jeo
Goundou ol Serman.
"lis C U Cieeu of Denlson is
lit en (if ng the i.eilsiile of her motliei
JI11. I!' beiiM Collieit.
Mi .In.- ! stcefielil was a Duiaiit
(Lsltor Tue da) afleiuoon
Dr and Mil. VoIkit who lmi
Seen lMliiu in MeAlesler liaxe n.
Mrs. Hi 1 ice M.usli il of Duiaiit Is j
ilteinling the bedsido of her mnlhei
His. Reberia Collieit
Miss Hthel Iliown who Is attending
the iiimmor Normal at Duiant spent
iTib week-end with tho family of
ttr uncle, Rev J. I.. Hi own.
Mrs C01.1 Cowait of Tulsa who
r.at? been visiting wlt.li her father.
Hv .1. I. Blown has loturned to
Oil I I'aikev of 1'hlladelpbla Is
.ipti'iiling si few da8 hero with rela
tives and friends
Mis. Wj iiioii Tlioinas has rete ued
home after a liort visit to relatives
' Kini'ston. Okl 1
Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Ratter aie In
Foil Wo-tli this week, where Mis.
i;nrti will join tin foi iiiiine time In
4 samrariiim lor the lieuefil of her
two weeks ago Is at homo again;
looks bettor and feels fine.
Mrs Mnr-diall of this plnco was
l.iken to Diirant last week and was
operated upon and at 1 i--t repot ts
was doing well. Wo think It would
have hee.. ho much bettor if Durnnt
had ereited a hospital seveial oars
ago; would have been quite a help
to the people of this part of tho
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Benton have
a voting boy .stopping with thnin slnco
Fied H. Yeats has gono to Durant
this week to take the examination.
His wlfo is visiting his father W. H.
Yeats of the city.
Mis. K. M Tldwell Is in Durant
this week taking medical txoatmont.
D W. Blackburn is clerking In Fred
Yeats' store this week whllo Fred
Mis. Sherman Williams and chll
dien of Oklahoma City aro visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
I'eltltt of this place.
Mr and Mrs. Huston Blackburn
of Bruno. Okla.. visited D. W. Black
burn and family of this place, last
.1. D. Nlckle.j and son I .en were in
Bud Ciimmlngs went to Durant
rri:.ws from midway
Siliool started Monday with a good
attendant o Mehin Hale Is taking
Pint Koumliiville's place for 3 days
while he takes lounty ex iminatlon.
Quite .1 crowd of Midway people
attended tho picnic at Blue falls
Friday and Saturday
Didn't have any Sunday School
Mrs. Koundaville's mother and
sister were visiting her 3 days last
w-ek from near Lehigh.
ITKMS FROM IIM'K IIKN
School began Monthly at Toinnii
1'raver meeting wan well attend" d
,i Kim View Sunday night.
Miss Fr.mkle Norton and Haiti'
I.oftls were shopping In Durant Sat
The boll weevils are still working
on the cotton
Robert Murphv went to Wade J
Monday to get a Job working ' e '
Mr and Mrs. II B. I.oftls visit- 1
G. S. LoftU his father and Molt '
The people of this community an'
planning for the big revival at Kim
View In August.
Miss liuhv Bonner attended J-u
day School at Rltn View Sunday
ITKMS FROM OLD ALLISON
(Too late for laBt. week)
The school trustee election result
oil In the election of John Ucaubb 11
Mr King has gone for a visit to
his brother of Roff. Mr. King lia
heon sick for a month or two and it
s hoped that the visit and rest ill
Coo. Ciuipbell and Roy, feii" 1
the oat stubble and Mr. Cample I
mivs be bin one of tho finest ci tb 1
glass pantures he over saw.
TIirio is an abuntlnnce of fiu'i
kraut and v.iiIoiih vegetables In 1 .u
fiardon, aro holding up romail
lily due to summer rains.
Ollu'l King attended tho La' ' 1
1'nloii picnic a Roberta and rcpoi'i 1
a good time. 1
It iPi'ins that ciR'Uinbois aro breik
Ing tho letord for production I'm '
oir One lady gathered ! Ballot s 1
from tbteo short rows In her gai 1, n j
one day this week. I
School opens next Monday. Kev
one should be ready to stait 'he
ITKMS FROM RLUK
Tho boll weevils have almost e.i'en
the cotton up here.
A tiuwtl of young people fiom Plr
tlo attended chinch hero M011d.1v
Illuo ..ml Plrtlo ball teams engared
in a game of ball Monday evening
The score being 5 and 3 In favor of
Mrs Mattle Townsend of Durant
is visiting relatives here.
Tho Baptist meeting started Sun
day Brother Is holding the
School started here Monday. The
teat hers are Mr. Dagley, Miss Jennie
Vullnn, Miss Colden Adder and Miss
Mrs. Jim Smith who Iwb been sick
Is up again.
11. L. Henly and wife nd Mr.
Klmor Spurlock and wife, both of
Oklahoma City visited Mr and Mrs.
.1 H Howard last week .
Mis. I'eto Abies and children of
Stringtou-n aro visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Heath
Miss Hazel Gugg of Ft. Worth
vl-ltlng her grandparents-, Rev.
nil Mrs. Gregg.
Mis. Bryant of Wananuckn wan
here last week with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. Bennett and son spent part of
last week with his brother-in-law.
I. B. Ford.
Geo. Rlsncr and others are In
111 pi emlilng on the account of tho
big rnln Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Obe Halo have rela
tives visiting them fiom pirts in
Texas the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Webster's little
giand children from Twelve Mile
Prairie am staving with them to at
tend the '.'-months summer school.
II. S. Cudd and family wero visit
ing Durant Saturday.
Victor Graham was In Dunnt last
week 011 business
ITKMS FROM SH.O
Jim Campbell and wife of Lone
Oak were visiting his hi other, Mr.
F.ll Campbell Sunday.
Mrs. T .1. Breeco visited her
mother, Mrs. J. C. James of Ful
-.om C.rovo Saturday.
Vomit! Breore spent the week-end
with her aunt, Mrs. Kd Shlrdoy of
Joe M Baker and family of Lono
Oak wero in Silo Monday.
Will Piesley and family of Brown
weio visiting here Monday,
Fred Hefner and family of Caddo
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Cite i the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Slililey of Calera
were in Silo Sunday.
A eiowd of young folks attended
Hie plmle at Mead Filday night.
We had a wind storm Tuesday
ITKMS I'RO.W vm:
Paulino Briggs in tjuile sick
i SOLID COMFORT
is out of the question these
warm days if you are pes
tered with Eczema or the
It's irritatiiur to the body
Why let yourself be wor-
ried and made half sick by
tne cursed deseaso
Use 444 ITCH and EC
ZEmA REMEDY and for
ever rid yourself of the
Sold in Durant by
SHANNON DRUG SHOP
CRESCENT DRUG CO.
SWINNRY DRUG CO.
$ KIMDR1ELS DRUG STORE
: DURANT DRUG CO.
Manufactured and guaran
TUELL MEDICINE CO.
Sent to-any address prepaid
The Hole In Your Pocket
Are you troubled by having your money
"burn a hole" in your pocket? That is a
common fault of money. If you have
your money in the bank whether it be
much or little, it will not burn any holes
and it will be there when you need it.
Money carried on the person is a tempta
tion to spending. Money in the bank does
not offer this temptation. You may hesi
tate before writing a check where you
would not hesitate to spend if you had the
money with you.
We offer you the advantage of our bank
ing facilities and invite you to open a check
ing account with us.
4 per cent interest on all time deposit
the COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
Capital UOOftOO Surplus 910,000
G. A. Mason, Pres't. S. W. Stone, Vice-Prea.
W. E. Clark, Cashier.
MA 8BRVICS THAT REALLY SKBVBB'
niKlit which did considerable dauiUKe
in the orchards in thii -ectlon.
lames Courtney spent the week
..ml with hl illicit IU.tr Slaten at
I.'mlle NichoMir i 011 :i 'UU IM
Mis. Annie Hunt iintl family have
leiiirnvd to their home ir. Prentiss
afiei spending several lnvi with her
Mother, .M11. W. (' Ileal
Sthool will star! here Monday,
iti:ws Know i-i.vriKit
Mis ij. W Aii'ler.soi I' on tho
-I. I. list this week
Mi Washer vva In p.ir.int Sat
Mr Brailshaw, who bus been off
,ii wink, returned home Sunday.
Luther OavtK l Improved some at
(Julie a number of youni: folks
fmm h'-re nttemled churcb nt Mill,
beii) Saturday nicht
Mi. Williams anil Mr Johnson
veie in lluiant Tuesday
Bio. Hobert.s will Iii'kiii .; revival
uiietliiR here Ani'iist IRtb
Leon Venable was in Oeni.nti Sat
Mrs. .(. .1 Stout wai n Durant
ITKMS FltOM MI-.AIi
Ml-ses nila Buiiii and I.ut'.v Deacon
1 I Kleisev vvele here S'.ilVlil.l)
11. . ith vl-ltetl the ' unit nt J. II.
I'.ivne Thuisila.v at tl took away his
el niothei Tb' iim alns wero
'ill to ten in the Me nl lemeteiy.
'(he family has the sympathy of the
Miss (it'itiude Atlcacl- was a Oil.
Milt shopper Monday
Mivs i:lla DavU of Dnr.i.it visited
1 1 nit hoi ,-eie ''iiturtlay
Hubert I'l.ilei of 'I ronton ! lslt
itu: his uncle hei tl !'. v.eek.
lit hi k Kiersev nf Kleisey was a
oilal visitor here Ramlav
llemy Hampton of Klersej attend
"si church heie Sunday evening.
Mr. Knlser of Oklahoma City was
heie on bui-lness Saturday
Mr Keith nf El Bono was it hus
h'ns vKitnr here Satiirtlny
iranuau tfinltinir for threshlnK. but Itlnrettv fal i 11...
1 nenmn to ho scarce there. Mrs. Etnui r,.,part ' TbJI
aood crowds are attending the re. City, Texa Is vlsitin! n M
vival at the labornacle, and they arc Mrs. M. A. Hall this t '"J
liemlne fine nermnns. Mr. and Mis. I We. 1
Dickerson aro here to lead tho sing- itwmb b
InK. Monday afternoon the children I R0M COLBEr,
were orR.lui.ou nuo a junior cnoir i, " ' "' r,vea horn, e
and we expect to hear good singing1 'ronJ Fort Worth where 1"
ak I.l,.r Ihn unolr xlnunu tO PlBCO MfS. (!rlr l "
iruiii !"- "" '" " -"--. -,., -.'" U11I1.J
Mrs. John Hnlaoy lias been on thoi,"" uiu. Mt8i Carten,.7l
k list for several days. ,,n poor health for some tim. H
Miss IukIo spimt Friday with Miss
Mis. Clarence McCoj visited In
Durant last week-end.
Atwood Lewis spent
Pall of eadneM xZ "J-
I this little town Kinro u "?H
when the news w.,B reM M1
aeatn 01 cub Gr.iha,., ";"""1
last weekfd. "ghtnlng, while on .!fi
Atwood lewis spent lasi ween -- """"k, wane on 1 i
with his aunt, Mrs. Morris Smith. tr,P UBb New Mexico n?
! A reception to llev. and Mrs. ' mains were lalil to fP,t Tn
omc kuo grave of hl. n.iy
leaveH a wife ami nn. n... "" I
n host nf t,u.,. . "N
liregR was Riven by the members of
the Presbyterian Church last Thurs.
day evening on the lawn at the
home of M. S. Smith A goodly num
ber were presont and a pleasant eve
ning was apent. A fow games of
'forty-two were played and then a
Ilvelv contest was entorod into In the
form of a.i old tlmo spelling B. ex
, cept the spelling was left out and
'questions on the Presbyterian Church
In Bennington and Oklahoma, wero
! asked Both sides answered about
'the same number of questions, but
much merriment was caused by Ig.
Inoianre nf our own church affairs.
1 Fruit punch was served and all de
pat ted at 11 late hour.
1 Miss Mir.v Muo Clayvvell of Hugo
1 K vi-ltiug fi lends In town this week.
Use grave f kll ""l
1 a wife ami nn. n... "
his a: host ;
Mr. and Mrs. l.con Noel
"" '." "n8 w'ih Mr. Ni'
tor. Mm r.,K n t. "l
..... uuu .urs. tircen Thomnw
tended the fim..i ..'?0B'l
Ornham here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. rj Morri
in town Monday afternoon
Mrs. Fount on.:icK i.i.'t..
ror nn oxtended visit to mi,1
Mw. Lillian Da wilion tad aJ
of Burkburnett, Texas hire , J
111 lalt Imp ln.. . ""I
:' " ir, .Mrs. John
Mko .... . .
,-.:: ..':c, ,,,?u "nj
...,...r .11 111.1110), okla this
The little thrce-iear-AM.
Mr. ami Mrs. H..ry Moore
aniiml ni. 41.. -
..,..,.,h in.- '-miimcr win
W. S. Johnson died Friday ei
after a ery short illness
Fnclc Dan Collins is verjli
inu iuesuiu writing.
II. M. Lcecraft continues u
nuiiMiie tn nis motaer, Mrj
Lcecraft of Oklahoma citj,
condition Is not Improved.
Miss Christine Woodward o
1TT.MS b'KOM rillTCIfAltn
Tie f.iimtMc are about up with
tin ir crop'.
Mis M A Hall and son Oiey who
have been sick, are Impioving.
Quite ;. I't.mher of the men are
njovlni: tliemiiel'es by going on
Mis. Henrv Kemp and little child
Jewell h wo been visiting her par
ents, 1 I). Pei-ce and family.
Abo I'o.'iii'u left Saturday for his
home at Hnckettt, Ark., nfter spend-'rant is spending the week win
ing u weea vim nis nrotnor, t. u. iioriny tjoihcrt.
I'e-me Mis. Anna Kldndpe of
ni'unri ii'inr tun ntintiay in vis- iue, icxas lias arrived to attttl
ii tier sister, Mrs. tienry Kemp nti tieasitle of her i-lster Mrs. Belle
Kenip. From thoir she will visit lng who is er) 111.
Jetmlo V. M it.iball In Durant bofore Mis. C. L. Pvles of Panls Tj
sii" i et urns Homo. loitin., has arrived tn spend the
I!ev. S. W. North tilled his regu- with her father, J. W. Y!uct
lir appolntiiifiit nl pleasant Hill Sat- also to visit with hor sister, Mi
unlay night 'Hid Sunday. J. Wells of Sells, Arizona,
Mrs S Minor visited Relatives , home on a visit.
, non Keneflck Sunday.
Mrs. J. II. Turner and daughter,
Lillie spent Saturday in Bokchlto,
the guest of Dessio Noland.
I Ituth Reedy visited at Keneflck
Saturday and Sunday.
1 J. W. Toon from Cooner. Texas
Is visiting his son, H. B. Toon near in preaching the funeral sertli
j uanty this wcok. He reports crops Mr. Graham
Mrs. J. N. Nation was snopi
Mrs. H. R. Williamson, wbol
been on the sick list tor the I
week, is some what Improvei
Itev. Mosely of Durant came J
to assist Rev. Roach of Cllstoa,!
The End Of The Month Sale Offers
Some Very Wonderful Values
In Every Department
top-- V. ','$
Come see these fine Silks we are of
fering at almost "give-away" prices.
These values have sold as high as
$4.95 a yard. Our Sale Price is
only $1.69 and $1.93
One Big Table Remnants Every
liked material in the lot; the prices
are only a fraction of the worth of
the package See them on Remnant
table in front of store.
CURTAIN GOODS BARGAINS
Out on Tables at greatly reduced prices is our entire stock of Best Cur
tain Scrims, Nets and Draperies The prices are way less than half
their original prices Marked now only 75c, 19c, 25c, 39c and 4Se
These Ladies' Dress Pumps And Oxfords At
$3.95 Are Selling Fast
2n,? !!,,ecte.d a P of our best Pumps and Oxfords for Ladir?' and
grouped them in one lot, values up to $12.50 End of the month sale
Sun'fiSlpric?1onff0rdS !n "tetoimwnlmd Blackany styje
One Big Lot Men's Hats At $3.95
pricedSoSy"e Hat9' Val"e3 t0 $9'5-StaPle and Nove,ty sffij
.F -" m .M
North Third Ave. m- whS-e-Prices are Lower
for 50 cents. I
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