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JUNE 9, 1922 rrFMS lieu." iviiiivoii lTt .. .,.! Mr.. Unv nrnrlc l.i.. .r.ri Mother and baby ffie wi - P "' ' , tuitlf ,nqt ,,. , ,nw ' '' ' tffl' j ....... fntnrtinrl Yinmn gai'n ' lv " . (tni"f -t'terni raanuis in ipC E i,u, Liit Saturday night pro kjftSl't) ' babj iillio I' ' . Mr- i- little ' Uliu.t . Trut' 1 V Mr. an ted hi ' lodJi 1'' i Ro5i ' Filbe I' kit Fr ll I Saraui i Krs. '' ' Charlie Mother StelU l.Ptt. j in illlU ..y- m nauy Bin i .iic nicely. I Ma Dunn and Jaunita Wednesday evening liioik. Keirey of Healdton home after spending ,wth his grandmother patch' two years ago and this fall they have canned 181 quarts of dew berries, besides giving the neighbors about 15 gallons. Ho also has some black berries that are not ripe yet. Ho thinks it pays to raise berries at home. The farm ladies are busy now can ning vcgeiaDies. Bill Jones and son, Furman were in our community Sunday. Thb Dtoant Weekly News Millard Thomas re in Uiwton. Okla. pent Saturday night I'i'tt. iml Jaunita Keirsey ftcrnoon with Stella Tctt. iont Sunday with her tOTge i ' - '"Pt'nt one niBnt I llnrirnrt tlfTIT. Rnf- L- night nth Gordcn Stone. Jr. 811(1 W "--"'li- -""- " rel.itM' lii'ie. 6 I 11. W..A.4 nirl 1LT ATlrl r, ana ." ""m- " " i. Milton hursey visitea relatives "nlfctrt '.miiin Viinnnh was in Durant wk. ... . .rer mM'tinK was neia at a. T. liason's last Thursday night. kiss Sar.id. UfiRgett was a dusi- i vi tor in uurnnt Saturday. Inla and Iiarmc Brock spent Thurs- night with their brother Ray Its. Ed McC'ready spent last week kMrs. Milton Keirsey. h!a Bum. .ind fieorgie Mae Den ies in Mead Friday. rs. Trott and Jaunita Keirsey in Meail Friday. jver meeting will be held at Mrs. ten's nt Thursday night. Jr. and Mr. Sam Franklin vis- their mother. Mrs. Trott Fn- FROM OLD ALLISON, (Too late for last wnok.l Miss Grace Speers went to Durant rrmny or last week to enroll as a Normal student for the summer term. Mrs. Ester Russell took dinner with Grandma Brown Tuesday. Mr. Chestnut spent Friday night with his sister Mrs. Lloyd of Achille. Bro. Wood filled his appointment here Saturday night. Sunday and Sunday night. The young folks had singing Sun day night. Mrs. Parker and family spent Sun day with Mrs. Watts. Bro. Wood spent Saturday night at Grandpa Brown's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnston made a business trip to Durant Tuesday. Mrs. Williams of Roberta who has been sick for some time died Tuesilav night and was buried Wednesday af ternoon at the Allison cemetery. The bereaved family has the sympathy of all who know them. Mesdames Mattie Cobb and Hattie Thompson made a trip to New Alli son Tuesday. Messrs Chestnut, Horton, Sneers and a number of others attended the o convention in uurant Saturday. Jim Watts and family spent Mon day night with his mother. FROM OLD ALLISON Our settlement has been wrapped in mourning this week. Last Thurs day night there were born to Mr. and Mrs. Johnlo Campbell a pair of twins, a girl and boy. Friday Mrs. Campbell was reported dangerously ill. Dr. Clinton remained with her several hours Saturday morning, but death resulted at about 10 o'clock. She was buried at Allison Sunday afternoon wun a nost or friends and relatives present. The bereaved relatives have the deepest sympathy of our entire community. Mrs. Gussie Campbell and Misses Pearl Beaubien, Grace Speairs and uaie Jordan, normal girls returned home to spend the week-end with tneir lamilies and to attend the fun eral. Grandpa Brown has been sick hut is again able to be about. Mrs. King snent the dnv Wnitnna- day with Mrs. Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Alderson of Durant spent the day at her narents. Mr. And Mrs. Hobbs Sunday. Bro. Bush preached Sunday nleht to an attentive crowd. N. G. Murphy will nreach next Sun day night on Restoration. We had no Sunday School Inst Sun day, on account of Mrs. Campbell's funeral. Mrs. Daniel and her son. Clinton will leave Wednesday for Ardmore VTVK Ber- ITEM PROM HALE fere w a Mnging at Mr. k's Sumhj nicht. le p.c "-iippei last Friday night Ifht Jl'' "(I Joe Vickers received tc.ip for doing the dirtiest man. rda hiiiil was well attended m i mtli and Mrs. Pearl Grey i Iljrant More here Saturday and cay It!: licttio Uncus and liro. Virgil led at C. K M.iffatt's Sunday. is-(- Udi'IiN Ploicnce Bond and and (Jrant Hoover attended the foppirat liuffalo Saturday night. lbert Moffatt went to Bennington A I'njtor Mr. Rogers and son :ur. hail business in Bennington ay Bi's MnilRi Adams and brother, wen -hopping in Bennington :da ri I mlis f lorn Buffalo attend- h pi -npiier hero Friday night. I Mi Hu.iL'ia Hund returned homoi pj aftii i time weeks visit with' I'Mir ! HtHwull. E M..ff " put .mt a s-mall benvi JTEMS FROM BLUE Brother Seagraves preached a ser mon here Saturday night, but Sunday and Sunday night he preached at Bok chito while a preacher from that place came here. Fount Furlong and family of Du rant were visiting friends here Sun day. Miss Golden Alder who is attend ing school at Durant spent the week end with home folks here. The ball team of Achille came here Sunday evening and played a game of ball when the game ended the scores were 13 to 5 in favor of Achille. Miss Velma tnd Marguerite Poison are visiting relatives at Durant tttt8aaaaanns ANNOUNCEMENTS Of a CANDIDATES sttattanaaaaaaaaa Mr. Gailand MtCollum and family COUNTY JUDGE newspaper is a HUG. 'zed to as .ounce tfct t....v.. i atnea citizn as candidates io, ... ku;n. .,m: nation for jublic office, suo.'aci u " action of the voters of Bryar. old., Oklahoma, at the Primary eicttion 1 be held Tuesday, August 1, 1922. The charge for announcements i $15.00, invariably cask in ad vane which includes insertion in both tb Durant Weekly News and the Satur day Morning Advertiser, each wool until Primary day. AnnouncamanU are not accepted for either of tb above papers alone. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. J. Lee Cunningham (Reelection FOR COUNTY CLERK Earl Ward, (Second Term) of Achille are visiting Mr. Collum's parents at this place. Robinson ball team and the second ' FOR SHERIFF nine of Blue played a game of ball' Ruel Taylor. (Second Term). Sam W. Maytubby, Jr. John Finney. (Second Term) ncre bunday morning. The scores were 5 to 2 in favor of Robinson. Misses Jennie and Lctha Pullen of Soper spent the week-end with friends here. 666 quickly relieves Colds, Consti pation, Biliousness and Headaches. A Fine Tonic. DR. W. M. K. CHATTLE Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office over Kimbriel's Drug' Store L t .. Til. - pm.T I' nuufii; i nunc ixu-u ' Office Phcne 929 DURANT. OKLAHOMA M. T. (Tom) Toboi FOR JUDGE. Fifth Judicial Dlstriri George S. March. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Lonnie Glenn, (Reelection) George Pratt FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Stanley Williams. FOR COUNTY TREASURER Jim Moore. COURT CLERK. Lacy Grimes, (reelection). COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I District 1. Walter L. Rambo (reelection) COMMISSIONER. District No. 2 J. R. (Jim) McLaughlin. FOR STATE SENATOR, William Gill, Atoka. I il t li ( ijriidn lock - u rt ra'r of theft instxr-o- t l S to 20 on ttnttlator, a k nt tamps, it plttt uinJ- t'urll anJ uinJ- Mttlxriptr 1 his handy tool foktt it loaileJ in left front door w idT mm " M Scjl, dttp up hoi try and utJ opening dootf add to drlttns comjott Tmnntu Ittht, utlh emmlmt txUntton, cad DRECISION plays an important part in 1 the manufacture of the Special-Six. It is largely responsible for the dependable service that has singled out the Special-Six as an incomparable value. Six hundred and eighty inspectors safeguard precision in the Studebaker factories. They literally inspect every part that goes into every car and every operation on every part. Before cars are passed for delivery 9,500 inspections are made. I n the Special-Six there are 1 , 1 20 mechanical operations to the accuracy of one-thousandth of an inch, 360 to one-half-thousandth. As to the car's performance, a brief experi ence will reveal its superiority far more con vincingly than we could tell it. Studebaker cars make friends quickly, be cause they give most for the money. And they invariably keep these friends, because of the universal satisfaction they give in fine performance, economy and service. Touring. $1475; 2-Pansenatr Roadster. $1425; 4-Paaenltr Roadster, SI475, 4-Passenfer Coupe, $21 50; Sedan. $2350. All prices . o. b. factory. Downs Motor Car Co. Agents 107 North Third Durant where they will make their home with Mrs. Laura Sullivan. Johnie Campbell moved to Mr. Luke Smlthson's Monday. Mrs. Smithson will take care of his babies. In Memory of Mrs. Lucy Campbell Lucy Daniel wns- born in Collin county, Texas, March 13, 1903. She lived in Texas with her parents until 1913; when they moved to Oklahoma. Here she resided until her death. In July 1921 she was married to Mr. Johnie Campbell by Bro. Bush during the summer meeting at Allison. The young couple during the first few months of their married life lived with Mr. and Mrs. Luke Smithson; later they moved on the Blair farm and her mother and brother, Mrs. Daniel and Clinton came to live with them. On June 1st a pair of tiny twins, a boy and a girl were born to them. On the morning of June 3rd. Lucy passed through the Valley of the Shadow of Death. She was buried at 3:00 o'clock June 4th in the Allison cemetery with a large attendance of mourning rela tives and friends present. The family have the deepest sym pathy of all who knew her. By Mrs. J. W. Horton. ITEMS FROM PR1TCHARD The farmers are delayed from their crops on account of bad weather. Miss Alma Thompson and Miss Lillie Turner who aro attending the Normal nt Durant spent the week end with home folks. Pearl and Jewell Simmons spent Saturday night with their cousin Biba Toon near Banty. A large crowd attended the dance nt Charlie Marlow's Monday night." O. F. Blalock and family spent Start day with Mr. J. II. Simmons and. fam ily. J. A. Browning and family spant Sunday with Mr. Will Furgcrson audi family near Banty. Bro. Glnss from Denison preached? heru Saturday night and Sunday. David Luter returned home Sunday afternoon spending a week with his grandpa. T. D. Pcarce. Ruby and Fny Cain from Need more spent Sunday with Peart andl Jewell Simmons. C. O. JOHNSON FARM LOANS Dear Office Durant National Bank Burg-- DURANT, OKLA. $MMMMimmMmjtnw'MniJ!w Unequaled Value s i t ! Our Entire Stock of Hundreds of Men's Suits Tropical Worsted, Gaberdine, Mohair, Palm Beach OUR PRICES ARE ONLY $11.85 $13.75 $14.85 $16.75 AND $19.50 Compare these prices and you will find them especially low MEN'S OXFQRDS Guaranteed all Leather ?rueropnt- $3.95 $4.95 $5.45 AND $6.95 . WE SELL FOR CASH AND SAVE YOU MONEY 61IcfcHoui&Won' SPECIAL SALE ON 3wiiffiffiisai ra&tssh MILLINERY Ka??ffliyaiiBiffAw?wratffY.s & & OTXfltv 9 'Everybody Sleeps in Our House, 'cept my Old Man." When Yours Truly wub a lad, as moat of you doubtless Know. I lived liucl; in the forks of the creek, eais ago when people used to visit their "kinfolks" after crops were "laid by." These annual' visits always brought up (lie big problem "where are they all going to sleep." Well, beds were made down on the floor, for the chil dren, the older girls slept on the back porch, Uncle Henry slept in the ha.-loft, the boys slept in the cotton-'secd house and everybody was happ.v. it is said lliston always re peats itself, however, little did I dream that in the good year I'.HiU I would live to see Durant facing the same problem, that of finding places to sleep and eat 2.000 Stale Normal Students. That Durant is making good, all will agree. Also that our store has played no small part in furnishing good groceries at right prices. Our stoic ceilainly "made a hit" feeding Normal students, just as we will do feeding harvest hands. We are un loading new car of that good ALISATKOSS flour. Price will be at least 10c per sack lower. What's the use experimenting. ALHATHOSS has stood the test for over fifty years. Always good. Sold in Durant In 5f 19 EI oiSUtP?) -J- tXT I iZSE m m Ok 0 AT3? ?fsJ Jy !V mi im m xm i m mmf t x w-rm -- ir- - a B mt S Xm "Prune Pearler. vm$Q&mm9mmmmmmmQQmmQmmmwm rMBMMSMR2MK5i'.0: j Do Your Banking With Men You Know Every man who has charge of the 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 often. C. C. Hatchett L. F. Lee Dr. J. B. Smith J. D. Abbott C. Dyer B. G. Brown V. J. Steger J. W. Brown Frank Olbaon Dial Currln The First National Bank OF DURANT m T H I I S STUDEBAKER YEAR fnfflgywgwyrfvyitY. .fjuara I'M..'. "