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Kl V 3 M Iv IXI ft I"' , ;-i r- i . V w EIGHT &hboyho6(L H ras Eflll l M ITEMS FROM MATOY Qxittr a" lot rf moving taken place i arornia lien- tl.i t week. Ht C.iaj u f Ouriint uih heie Sfenriny; his mother anil children 'm.c-k with him Mr. Gray is n-iuc to Uurant. Sheriff Taylor, Attorney Phillips, 'Judge Kinney were out here Sat Miduy to hold a court of inquiry 3har said one thing they learned for aim and that wns there is the big i mufc nit vf tiars here they ever called f fcrfirre thrm A -girl was horned to Mr Bnd Mrs. " If. E. Zion Sunday morning Tfcp young people enjoyed an en Sertaunmcnt Inst week at the homes a 2t. K Gray, Clem lFlorc and jTBua Hrock TXtr. Ola Tidwell enjoyed a birth- 4w -dinner at her sisters', Mrs. "Bbu-Jkburn Sunday, she said there was -darken, boiled custard and 'other -grv.Virs besides the big white birth $ "ake Mrs Blackburn prepared the dinner and invited Mr. and Mrs. Tidwll It wns In honor of the. JattrT's birthday. Xx KobertB and daughters, Misses -Jtssx. nd Alberta visited in White "Wirirht. Texas Saturday and Sunday. J. ,T Nichols and wife and Fred lews and family were guests of Mr. i rati Mrs. J. T. Hale Sunday. airs. B. G Gray, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. "BbuiKburn and Mrs. Tidwell called . -an cur now neighbor, Mrs. Montgom- -szv Sur.dav afternoon. Jiessc Cummings has been suffer- xzx ith a bad hand caused by get i liutr -a hois d'arc thorn in it. Alline Tussey was guest af Leona 1 "Ffttenet Sunday Some boys from ' Wade -were here Sunday wo failed to t set ibcir names. TTJae men of this community did a i gaa3 Joed Saturday when they got teaptttier and fixed nn awful bad mud i hetftt, -one-auarter of a mile cast of j.3fa?"y stores .ITEMS FROM UTICA jfr .1 L Lynch was called to I Duciiit Munday by the illness of her , 3cEA?tru;r, Mrs Owen Monroe aijss Elizabeth Zinnick was in Du r -raab Tuesday- BIt.s .I'enrl Arnold was in Durant Tiil Aoav Mcv Jla.v Hubb was the guest of lira. Evuiig Tuesday Ht.rj Vtinzunt and I. R Brynnt - -weicr hi Dm ant Tuesday 3, MuGowiin, Cliffoiii I'nde and glvr-min C'liuirliman nriived Wed atikv fiom Tulsa. Shi'iiniiii fliuicliinun f Tulsa and Yfi. Ilottn Cliililfis of Utica were -r. i...1 UVdni'Mlav at the home of Bnrthcr Wiighl They will if-ido , it "Xulvi !Mrx H. I! ChlhliMs is sick Miss Amy Cox wa- unable to tenth srhoi.', Thuivd.iv .md Miss I.illio. a Vrn school Kill taught in her place Mrs Dewey McCmidli'ss of Dall.is ji visiting her patents, .Mr anil airs "C. 51 Askuis. Mr mid Mr Heiwhaw of Diiiant guests of Mi- .1 I. Lynch Sun - Jay- ITEMS FROM I'lltTLK Sunday School wns oiy pooil.v .it . untied Sunday r, W ll.iyc- who ha- been -ick Tor -nine lime was updated on Sun-t-iny foi iippendieilH lie is getting Tong as well as inn lie expected.. Olhe Sowell of Kiowa, Okln , spent .Sunday with his sister, Mrs Anna 5tte Rush D. M Banner was in Mine Mon- Jnhn Iritis and family of Llm View are moving in the hou.se with Mr and Mrs McMnnus. Mrs flic Manns is unable to do her work I E Culpepper and family of Elm View have moved in John Crowder's - farm nenr here W J. Briggs attended Sunday -iknnl ,t Kim View Sunday. tr Hubuhrics had the bad luck rf loosing a fine mare iriule Sunday - -.ieit. Most of the farmers are getting -ready tn bieak thir land for another jr. Miss 'Jkssie Cooper of Durant spent rthc -nwcVend with her parents, nir. i-uid Mrs Ed Cooper. ' HTEMS FROM BLUE A large crowa aiienueu i'j --meeting Sunday night. Miss Faye Stcen, a teacher of this ' -placs spent the week-end with friends i in' Denison Miss Lawern Roberts of PirUe -apent Monday night with her teacher, . Mias JVlma Brown of Blue. iMany people were out at singing I Triday .night. Miss Ozella Dicus who is attending S2ne Southeastern Normal spent the Teek-cnd with home folks here. a inrr crowd attended Sunday 3chool Sunday morning at the Bap . rf- rimrch and at the Christian ihurcb. Sunday evening. Miss Ora Lee Bugg was on the , iick list last week. Harry Gash of Sherman visited '-Mr. N. H. Renfroe Sunday of thla Mrs. T. T. Beal of this place spent 3unday -with her slater, Mrs- U. U. McGhey of Bokchlto. -. n. narrls of Chandlar, Okla., -1 visHlne bJ thr, Mr. J. H. Hr to el this plaot. ITBMS FROM SILO J. S. Newman and family who made their former home in Fulsom have moved to Silo. Mrs. W. F. Talley is very ill at this writing. Gaines Austin spent Thursday night with Mary Catcs. A singing at the home of Maggie Nicholson's Wednesday night. All reported a nice time. Mrs. W. C. Beal and small grand son Johnny Ladd are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Beal at Blanchard, Okla. this week. T J. Brcece gas a business visitor in Durant Saturday- Mrs. Austin of Mead and Mrs. Jefferson of Brown have been at the bedside of their sister, Mrs. Talley for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bishop of Plat ter were in Silo Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. T. Catcs is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hcfiner. Virginia Harrison spent Friday night with Vcrnie Brcece. W. D. Bishop has completed a new shop, which he has been building for the last week. J. G. Harrison and family attended church at Durant Sunday night. J. T. Gates wns in Durant Satur day. Sunday School was well attended Sunday- Mr. and Mrs. Park Tennin of New Mexico arc visiting in Silo. C. D. Nicholson and family of Du rant visited his mother, Mrs. Sea wright Sunday. Mrs. Grace Powell of Durant is visiting her mother, Mrs Slaten this week. R. M. Taylor was a Durant visitor Saturday. 7nff im?ntffT day on professional business. Mr. West and two little daughters Gwendolyn and Evelyn went to Du rant Sunday to see Mrs. J, A. Tar ter who is in a hospital. , They found her doing nicely Mr and Mrs. W A Gardner of Old Bennington arc the happy par ents of a fine boy and so are Mr. and Mrs Carl Moore of this city. A much needed rain fell here Mon day night, which will aid the farm ers in breaking their land. The Junior Christian Endeavors were entertained Saturday afternoon to celebrate the birthday of six of their members which occurred in De cember. A number of games were played and parched peanuts and doughnuts were served. The Parent-Teachers Association is taking on some big things now and you should be a member. Come next Wednesday and join. It doesn't cost a cent and you will feel younger for having seen a group of merry joung sters just turned loose. ITEMS FROM PLATTER Miss Jaunita Rogers, the primary teacher of this place spent the week end at her home in Caddo. Mrs. Oscar Thomas and baby are much improved at this writing. Miss Fanny Leo of Denison is vis iting relatives and friends hero this week. Mrs. G- W. Anderson is numbered with the sick list this week- Mrs. Dick Smith of Colbert spent Monday in Platter Mr. and Mrs. Jones spent tho later part of the week in Durant visiting relatives. ITEMS FROM PRITCIIAKD Albert Turner left Sunday for his home in Aikan-as. Mrs. J A. Browning has had an other spell of tonsilttis the past week. Ijitt Lutes fiom Itokchito was in this community Kiiday. Mrs Charlie Pierce and daughter Bonnie fiom near Caddo spent Wed nesday with Mrs M A Hall and al so vi-ited Mm. T D. Pierce Eldiidge Ninth and wife left Wed nesday for their home at Quanah, Texas alter spending a month with her relatives at Hugo C P. Marks was called to Celina, Texas Thursday night to attend tho hed-idu of his mother, brother and Mster who are leal sick Mrs George Roydstun from near Cnddu spent Saturday and Sunday with her hi other Jariett B. Walker. The basket ball team fiom Bokchi to plnpil Piitchard team and the store was fi to M in favor of Bok chito Mr- T J Thompson who has been siek for some time with neuralgia was win so Saturday Dr Toncy was lulled onily Saturday morning. Mis. Geoige Boydstun and Mrs. Jauett Walker .spent Saturday eve ning with Mrs T. I). Pearce. Evert Cain nnd family from near Caddo spent Sunday with Mr John Simmons and family Mis H II Honaker and little daughter Hazel from Durant is visit ing her sister, Mrs. T. D. Pearce, who is still sick and not improving very fast WSBSJSSBlL ITEMS FROM KENEFICK Manon Winters made a business trip to Stringtown Saturday Inez and Pauline Etchieson of Du rant were visiting in Kcncfick Sun day Bob Morgan was in Durant oi business Saturday Miss Elizabeth Davis visited rela tives in Tishomingo last week. Walter Allen of Durant is visiting in the home of his uncle, J. H Allen this week Mr and Mrs. C H Colbert of Tishomingo arc spending a few days' with Mrs. Colbert s parents, Mr and Mrs John Davis Mr and Mrs Dave Herring are smiling this week over the arrival of a fine baby boy weighing nine and one-half pounds Mrs. Geo. Mills and little Elizabeth have returned from Houston, Texas, where they have been visiting her brother for the past three weeks. John L. Morris made a business trip to Durant Saturday. Dr. J H Boyet of Durant preached at the Baptist Church Sunday and Sunday night. The stork made a visit to the home of Mr and Mrs Robor this week, leaving them a nine pound baby boy. Mother and babe are doing fine C R Wells nnd Marion Winters made a business trip to Duiant Monday Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day of February 1022 at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at the east entrance to the Bryan County Court House in the city of Durant, Okla homa, the undersigned sheriff will sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash the follow ing described lands and premises, to wit: W2 of SW4 of NW4 of Section 1, and E2 of SE4 of NE4 of Section 2, Township 8 south, Range 13 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, Bryan County. Oklahoma, containing 40 acres of land. Said lands being sold subject to the first or prior mort gage thereon in the sum of $1000.00 and all accrued interest and pursuant to the judgment rendered by the dis trict court of Bryan County, Okla homa on the 8th day of July, 1921 in Cause No. 4G07 wherein The Monarch Loan Company, a corporation is plaintiff and J. W Lloyd and Alice Lloyd and First National Bank of Bennington, Oklahoma, are defen dants and in which action the plain tiff recovered judgment against the uary defendants, J. W Lloyd and Alice Lloyd for the sum of $380 00 with in containing 60 58 acres of land; Said lands being sold subject to the first or prior mortgage thereon in the sum of $1500.00 and all accrued interest and pursuant to the judgment ren dered by the district court of Bryan County, Oklahoma on the 8th day of July, 192rin Cause No. 4601 where in ,The American Investment Com pany, a corporation, is plaintiff and Lela May Mcdell is defendant and in which action the plaintiff recovered judgmont against the defendant for the sum of 130000 with interest thereon from February 1st, 1921, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum and the further sum of $80.00 attor neys fees and costs and a further judgment against said defendant in said action foreclosing the plaintiffs mortgage on said above described lands and premises and to enforce which judgment a special execution or order of sale was issued by the court clerk of Bryan County, Okla homa on the 11th day of January, 1022 Signed this the 11th day of Jan- 1922 RUEL TAYLOR, Sheriff, Bryan County, Okla. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13 a-aK-ssBwamewBiqi terest thereon from March 31st. 1920, By Clyde Norman, Under Sheriff. at the rate of ID pel lent per annum , HATCHETT & FERGUSON, and the fuither sum of SJ0 00 at- Attorneys for Plaintiff torncys fees and tosts and a further ,w-w judgment against all of said defen-' .t fnsrtlnn ,. ,,. 1022 BADLY INJURED WHEN CAR RUNS OUT OF ROAD dants in said action foieclosing the' plaintiffs moitgiige on said above' described lands and premises and to' enforce whuh judgment a special ex ecution or older of sale was issued by the louit cleik of Biyan County, Oklahoma on the 11th da ot Jan uaiy, 1922. Signed thi- the 11th day of Jan uary, 1922 RUEL TAYLOR, ."th insertion Feb. 10, 1922 STATE OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY OF BRYAN NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice Is hereby gicn that on the 14th day of February, 1922 at the hour of 10 o'clock a ni. and at the eat entiance to the Bryan County Couit House in the city of Durant, Oklahoma, the undersigned sheriff will boll at public outcry to tho high- Sheriff, Bryan County, Okla. I est and best bidder for cash tho fol- By Clyde Norman, Under Shenff lowing described lands and premises, W .1 Wolfe, of Kingston, wa- b-ul-ly hurt when a light touring car in which ho was riding went over the dump south of the bridge nn fh'iik-l awa Creek, on the Caddo roa i late I Monday His hip was dilocn-"I and his right arm badly smashed He was taken to the Memorial hospital, wheie his wounds were dre ed, and he wa- icportcd to be ie 'mg well. Tlie accident was witni--u by Bob Car-on assistant count iiigincer, who said it seems the -'en.ng gear knuckle on the car was inuken, mak ing it go wild Before re u lung the bridge. Carson said, the 11 ran out of the load The diner if the car was not injured Wolfe i- thrown from tho car HATCHETT & FERGUSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff 1st insertion Jan. 13, 1922 5th insertion Feb. 10, 1922 STATE OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY OF BRYAN NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is heieby given that on the 14th day of February 1922 at the hour of in o'clock a m at the east entiance to the lltyan County Court House in the city of Diir.utt, Okla homa, the uud,i'"igiu,d shot iff will sell at publn ouui.v to the hight-t and best hiddoi for c-a-h the follow ing de-clibid land- and pienu-e-. to wit: The Wi-t -i) 1" ane- ot Lot " ami Lot 0 of Sect inn ii. Township 7 South. Range Li l'.i-t of the Indian Rn'o and Meridian, lit .m Cniim., 01. la., sum oi v.D8 tnetBMra t costs ana inrtaer jMment i all of said deleadaatt in si foreclosing the pkmtiffi on said above described 'land i enforce which judgment execution or order or sale ' by the court clerk of Bryaa I Oklahoma, on the 11th day , n,r 1099. "v . : . signed mis me nu my uary, 1922. RUEL TAYl Sheriff, Bryan Count By Clyde Norman, Under : HATCHETT & FERGUSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1st insertion Jan. 13, 1 5th insertion Feb. 10, 1922 STATE OF OKLAHOMA COUNTY OF BRYAN NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SA Notice is hereby given that i 14th day of February, 1922 hour of 10 o'clock a- m. and cast entrance to the Bryan Court House in the city of Oklahoma, the undersigned will sell at public outcry to thi est and best bidder for cash th lowing described lands and pr to-wit: The S2 of NE4 of SW4 and I SW4 of Section 17, and the E2 i of SE4 of Section 18, Towns) South, Range 13 East of the Base and Meridian, Bryan Oklahoma; Said lands being s ject to the first or prior moti thereon in the sum of $4500.0 all accrued interest and pursui the judgment rendered by the court of Bryan County, Oklahon the 8th day of July, 1021 in No. 45C5 wherein The American vestment Company, a corporate plaintiff and G. D. North and ; North are defendants and in action the plaintiff recovered ment against tne defendants, north and M. u. North for cipal sum of $900.00 with thereon from the 1st day of her 1920 at 10 per cent per , and the further sum of $140 C torneys fees and costs and a fm Judgment against all of said the judgment dants in said action foreclosing! district court, plaintiff's mortgage on said abonl to-wit: ' Tho S2 of the NE4 of Section 35 I Township 7 South, Range 13 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, liryan County, Oklahoma, containing 80 acres of land, moie or less; Said ' lands being sold subjeit to the first , or prior moi tgnge thereon in the sum of $2000 00 and all accrued interest and pursuant to i I t... u.. ll'IHll?l'U I'J nil' UI-H11.I. IVllllii CT--Q- - ..f ill . in Cnuntv. Oklnhnmn n scribed lands and to enforce wB the 8th dav of Iiih. 1921 in Cause Judgment special execution otj No Kill',. herein The Monarch Tyian dor of sale was issued by the i inniiniii .i intmi..itiin- is nlnintiff cleik of Bryan County, Oklahoi .md .1 V. Lloid nnd Alice Lloyd aioi"" the llth day of January, 19: I'ofiiid.int- and in which nition the ; Signed thi- the llth day of, l.-iintiff tocivoied judgment ugain-t uaiy, 1922 he defendant-. J. W Lloyd and RUEL TAYLOR,! Mice Lloyd tui the principal mm of Shut iff, Biyan County, '7fi (H) with inteie-t theiiMti finm By Clxde Noiiiim, Under Sheri he '.lsl da of Mai ih, 1920 at 10 .-i ient pel annum and the tuither HATCIir.TT & FERGUSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. INJURED IN AUTO 1 UiNOVER Mrs W L Ham-, 817 X 8th is severely bruised as a lesiilt if an au tomobile accident last Sunday. She nnd Mrs Harris were dining to Ma dill, and tho car's brakes failed as they started down the lull to the feny over Washita To keep from rolling into the riei, Mi Harris turned the car into the embankment when it turned oer ITEMS FROM COLBERT T. L- Davidson who has been very ill at the home of his son, O. L Dnvidson is somewhat improved. Mr- and Mrs- Guy Featherstone are the proud parents of a 10 pound baby boy born January 8th Vernon Bell formerly of this place now of Denison is quite ill in that city at the present writing. W. S. Rogers was a Denison visi tor Monday. The Colbert basket ball teams both boys and girls went to Denison Tuesday afternoon to play Denison High School teams. Mrs. J- H- Bell went to Denison Monday to attend the bedside of her son Vernon who is ill there. Gordon Murray was a Denison shonner Monday. Miss Susie Gladden went to Sher man Monday. C. W. Colbert made a business trip to Durant Monday Mrs. H. R. Williamson and daugh ter Miss Emma were Denison visitors Monday. Billie Parkey of Denison visited home folks here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mason of Du rant spent the week-end with the home folks here- FROM BENNINGTON Bedford Slpes who has been at Childress, Texas all Fall is here for a few days visit with relatives. He says they made good crops at Child ress and you don't hear the cry of hard times there. Ti,. dmw of Dnmnt was here Svm- 8 8 LEGAL NOTICES n 8 nnnnannanaattK (First Insertion January 1.1, 1922) (Third Insertion January 27, 1922) State of Oklahoma, County of Bryan. NOTICE OF GUARDIANS SALE Notice i hereby given that on or after ten o'clock a m- on January 30, 1922 and at the office of Hat chett 1 Ferguson in the city of Du rant, Oklahoma, the undersigned guauiian will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash and at private sale the following described lands and premises, to-wit: SEV4 of SEH of Section 15, Township 7 South, Range 8 East, of the Indian Base and Meridian, Bryan County, Oklahoma, con taining 10 acres of land Said property being sold pursuant to un order made by the County Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma on the llth da of January, 1922 Bids or offers for said lands must bt in writ ing and may be left with the under signed guardian at Durant or with Hatchett & Ferguson at Durant. Each bidder is required to accom pany his bid with a bank draft or certified check for ten per cent of he amount bid. Signed this January llth, 1922 E J. NAIL, Guardian of Edward L. Nail, a Min or. HATCHETT & FERGUSON. Attorneys. i V - w I t. ' 1st insertion Jan. 13, 1922 5th insertion Feb. 10, 1922 STATE OF OKLAHOMA I COUNTY OF BRYAN NOTICD OF SHERIFFS SALE SENSATION GYPSY KINU S733 1st Prize Sr. Yearling OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR Have you seen a catalogue of our bred Sow and Gilt Sale to be held February 11? If not calf at DIXIE STORE and get one If not convenient to come write and wo will be glad to mail one. We want to Bee every one of theBe good sows stay on Bryan County Farms and we know that any good farmer, who 1b prepared to care for them and who Is a hus tler can arrange with his banker to own Borne of them. Talk this over with him at once and plan to start right in the hog business. Remember you will not only be buying a good sow but a litter of pigs that any man would be glad to own. We notice a few good farmers are raising hogs, about the hard times. They are not complaining It will be our purpose to hold two sales each year and make them better from time to time as we are building a herd from the best blood lines the country affords. Our one ambition is to put Bryan County on the map as a red hog county Are you willing to .help? MAKE THIS PLACE YOUK HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. BRING YOUB FAMILY TO A PLACE WHERE THEY ARE WELCOME AND WILL FEEL AT HOME. THE DIXIE STORE WHERE UP TOWN PRICES LOOK EXTRAVAGANT m