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EIGHT TnB Dpkat WinmNgws FRIDAY, OCTOIIER fi, u, icccivoil a telegram in Texas wa in a dv- attended iiiii !'. I.. I'. mill elected delegates tutlVontion III Dlllillltl ll'EMx IROM IllNi: lv A d.iughti : .iiiivmI In make lift immo with Mi and Mi- -Irx-iiii liuiiili. .Vir. Ro.'ith I- lit tin Inline of hi'i par trts, Mr. and Mi-. Hamilton. Mr. Acie- Hi" High View railed mi .M r-. I'M Lingo I'nd.'i.v afternoon. S. Leo Wyii- ami wife anil son U- tr Ire made a tup tn Ithte and lien mrgtoti Satuulay, Air. Phillip that his sKtei Sng condition. Quite a few Friday night ti the enmity Saturday. Lois Knock and lid.i Hovott e.inie to the Liter'-' home to spend the wcik end. Mi"- Iota teaches in the m-IiooI ;it Kencfick. Wilmn Menitt and nieie Mary Hel en petit Sunday evening with Mr. Yvyie. .Mi-, .loidon -pent Thin -day with Mi--. Menitt. ha Iliashear and Claiemo Vales are in w-tiin Tea- for a thiee Wicks stay. Neatly all the fanners of this vii -inity spent Satuulay in Durant. Aitliur Dei'oid titid wife and baby (pent Saturday night at his parent.-. Miss Alma l.'iymauie i- in Aid inoie on an extended visit with her SIsIOI. Finest Will. ei -on -pent Similar at till- home of Lester U'yie. Mwiti Hovel wa- (.rippled up in a loot ball game loeotitly. ("iiitis Wylie spent Saturday night with Ray Lapland. Quite :i line i rowd of young folks at Siind.iv School last Sunday. Mr. Vale- i- hauling nun to Du lant thi- wee!.. Mr-. Wyi-e ealled on Mm, Menitt Monday evening. Koinian .Menitt and wife were in urant shopping Satuulay. Mrs. Uobin-oii of Tulsa is visiting licr si-ter .Mr-. Tiunble tin- wiok. I'aiinei- ai bu-y digging sweet potatoes, slaiking peanut.-, gather ing kuffir toin .mil pithing tottoii. 1'ROM MKI I'tallk Hiikelsuti of e'atiM's heie tins A K i ate- spent ui'h li. Auliii' W. II. havi- went to made a busine-s nip 111.1.1 Mi .itui Mr-. I tin. mt Moinia I' .1. I'.iexe to Mead Monday. (lame- Aii-tin -petit Sunday with l.adell Tiotlt!. Lillian (Hover i- on the sick li-t this week. Hi. Austin. Dr. .laikiuau and (!eo. lame- wen among tho-e in Durant this week. .Inn Troiitt and family i-ited lela-tiM- in .Mead Sunday. I. P. Hampton and sou of Cobb i- hen' Thuisilay ITKMS 1'ROM KKNKI'ICK Miss Eleanor Coiilson was chop ping in Duiaut Satuulay. The -tin k visited the home of Mr md Mi. Ilofinger Sunday and left '.In m a fun baby boj. Miss Allie Holier of lluiant 1 1 Satuiila and Sunday with M -I In.) line Well-. Albeit liutrliff attended the I'air at Oklahoma City. .Mis- Lillian Wells spent Satuulay and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mr-. Ilouer in Duiunt. Lee Wells who is attending hu-i-ness college at l't. Win th, it at home on a vacation. K. L. I Mica and family spent Sat uulay and Sunday visiting relatives in Tishomingo. Itaymonil Harrison and Maud Mil ler surprised their friends Sunday by I itimiu 1,'limi Ill'sSriVKI.I. ITEMS 1'UO.M JllliMAi Farmers' of this community are The party at Will Paddock's hist ..i... :i, tu ,.,.n tiifk-inn'. 1'riihiv night was well attended. IIIOUl lll mill llivn .......... -. rt- - .- The ihy season has helped them in gatheiuig their eiops. .1. It. Huston, wife and family vis ited Mr. and JIw, (J. I- Earnest Sunday. Kev. .1. H. Hoyett uf Durant will State i pleat h heie Wetlnesduy night. On at count of rain singing was not so well attended Sunday night. Little (lien Knrnest is on the sitk list this week. The doctor has pro nounced it scat let fever. Tin- I'm im.'1-s Iiboi- Union met on Tuesday night. After the liusim nivrm unr,.n """""" mwillttUS tUAj On the fnroi of James S. aJ f!l ! r.. n count v near Olenn in Carter Mr. and Mr.-. Stewait are tin- piouili .mI ()f ,.U!lil mother,..! l, .. i parents of n new gnl baliy. .Mother, .n X hit-Ii 1st remaining tnj0 I nnu ii.ui.x aie iioiiik on .. loreigu parentage even thoiiL Mr. and Mrs. Obe Hale tuo the par-. ,j,.,s ,,, ,,(1 vmiRx to enl- of a new gill baby. J Dining harvest in 11120 the c Mr. and Mi. Arthur Anderson vis- ,,.,,. ,)f tiiidLi- clipped off it,.. ited at Old Allison .Saturday ami hun-aboe a nesting miail uhi.t, ... ,, , lull Horn to Mr. and Mr.-. Hill Smith getting manud. These young people hiiv bab Mother anil baby doing have many friends heie who nic wishing for them all happiness. Itev. I'ontaine filled his regular ap pointment at the M. K. Church Sunday. mi ely. Hiother Kalston preached here on Sunday and Sunday night. Mis. . (i. Austin spent Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Kreil Heffinger of Thomas Chapel. .Mr. and Mrs. Sam Franklin went to Duiaut last Thursday. Hugh .lames has returned home from Texas wheie he went in search attended. of a location. Sunday School was leorganizetl by .Messrs. Hiadley and Cleveland were a small crowd. Officers elected wen in Murant Tuesday. '.I. W. Horton, sup't, Mrs. Anne Crow .Mr. and Mrs. .lack Davis went to Durant one day this week. ITKMS 1'ltO.M OLD ALLISON The F. L. V. of A. Local had a splendid speaking Wednesday night by Clyelone Hahcr, which was well day. Mrs. Charlie (iiaham's mother and sisters from Sherman. Ton in w-oie visiting her Saturday. Sunday School was well attended Sundav. Miss Itutli llallanl of Ardmore session all of them enjoyed cream and isiting her sister at Armstrong this cake. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Hrnest and fam ily visited with Mr. and Mrs. '.. M. ltigdon Sunday. hit Reynolds and Clyde Foster of Roberta attended singing here Sun day night. Sam Roberts, who attends the Nor mal, had the misfortune to get his shoulder broken in the football gat between the Normal and Henderson-1 his patent Hi own College. ! day The young people enjoyed a party at the home of Mrs. K. S. Tow tie on Satin day night. Mr. and Mrs. Harvillo and daughter Pearl Matie motored to Ctica Sunday. week. A huge tiowd from Midway at tended singing at Armstrong Sunday night. Misses Dannie and Ronnie Wallace siient Sunday afternoon with .Miss Myrtle Royd. Miss .Myrtle Iloyd was shopping in Duiant Wednesday. mediate flight. When a muther nuns ucr uesi sue never return.. bantam hen was placed upun thd Ullli'll WMS fHrnl .,ff - . 1 terferenee. The brood has multil since mat time and althmmi, enough to take flight the quaill pear sausueu to remain on tho and are regarded as the other mestie poultry with which thev gle freely. rasunes in Craig and N0J ....II til 1.1.1 t'Vt.l.... l...n 1.UJ I k.uhwivo iiiiiic i'ii;t 1IITUS (II have been grazing, have been pll under tiuarantino against ticks. I !iftion is snld In tiium t.n....1t...i A ,. i ...... t,i.i.. .....! W(,l. ".-' .. " ""'- "uiw.-u IB .mi-, aim ..us. .in.- tii.iii.Ni. ','"" the finding of many ticks in the -"'. '" "" ('leaning up of the territory by usual method is under way. I KI.MICKI) PARKS TO TEACHKRS,' The announcement is made that all tjj CLASSIFIED ADS ITKMS FROM COLRKRT A large crowd of Colbert's young people were hor back riding Friday ITKMS FROM IIKNNINCTON The ladies' ausiliary was delight fully eiiteitaineil la-t Thursday from tin ee to five o'clock at the home of Mrs. M. S. Smith. An enjoyable time I was had in playing games and t hat ting. After some business was at tended, delicious lefresliments wen solved. All depaited feeling it is well to come together for a social hour. I Mi-.- Mattie Russell i spending ell, assistant sup't. Miss Ruth Crow ell. sccietaiv-ticastiior. Teacht i aie yet to be selected. I night. Mrs. Maitha lieabicn and soni Mr. Vaughn of Dallas, fotmerly of Houston came out Friday afternoon Mrs. D. ( IIKMS FROM HALK Rev. C. L. Hoover filled his tegular appointment heie Satuulay and Sun day. He lesigned hi- pustulate heie width is legiettetl by the eomniumtj. A f.'tsll pui-e uf Sl.l.riO was pie-ellteilj to him. Chinch met in confeienie :ind tailed Rev. R. A. Hoover to be mil- pastor the coming yeat. Our t lunch was al-o ii'ilni-tcncd as the First I'aplist Chinvh of Cade. The new chinch book -how 1:1 mem Lers. Mrs. Frank Moiii- i- muih better this week. At a sthool election held here Mon day of last week, .lue Vicker- was elected tleik and Albeit Kennedy as tliiector to siicteed W. M. .lackson iind .1. S. Kiik who moved away. Mrs. W. K. Dud sou and son .1. W. spent Satunlaj and Sunday with Mrs. Hill Hooih at Matoy. Mr. and .Mrs. Fiouinn F.veietts and Mrs. .1. .1 Hughe- visited at Mrs. Dave Cood's Sunday. Mr. anil Mis. (i. 1'.. Moffatt visited their daughter Mis. Alice Moran at Huffalo Sunda. Mr. .1. A. Piaytoi was leal uk the end of the week. Mi.-- Worth;, anil Miss Ri.ives vis ited at Platter the weekend. ' Rev. C. L. lloovi'i- and family spent Stinda with Mr. .md Mr-, .loe Vuk-t-rs. P.. V.. I'la.v'.o of Matov wa- hue Sunday. Mr. ami M -. 'l.iieiiie Denis i"imih Ardiiioie vi-iti-d her paieiit-, Mi. .iml Mr. Houd. ITKMS FROM DOW NINO Cll PKL Cotton p'ul.i'.g vtill siMin be a thing if the pa-!. Quite a bit of coin IS yet in the field . A light sprinkle of lain fell Sunday afternoon but not enough to do any good. .1. C. Daniel was in t aney Satur day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Raker of near Caney visited C. C Austin and wife Sunday. Wade Daniel left Monday of last week for Itasca, Texas to visit. C J. liny who has been sick is im proving gradually. Misses Clara and Ruby Daniel vis ited Ophelia and Delia Cartright of Kock Springs the week-end and at tended the party at Mr. Dillon's Sat urday night. THE BUY 1.0 STORE now located at Ike Hive sUiul. Pay cash. Save money. Deliv-eiies over $3.0(1 (adv.) this week with her si-ter llathco at Duiaut. Mis. .. I.. Hidden was tabid Wade last Fi iday by the thath of hei In other's baby. Mr-, (irigg- of Super is i-iting her sister. Mis. F.dliiond loring and other friends in town. Mr. Caller, who has been at home for -eveial days nursing a biuised limb leceived while working at the ei usher, is able In lie out and is now spending a few day- with his father in Duiaut. .Mis. McMillan was in Durant Sat uulay having dental work done. Miss Cora v Rracket spent la-t week at the home ol Js. II. .Mel lure near Hokchito. .Mis. Moseley and daughter Virgin ia aicompanied Mr. Moseley down to serviies Monday evening and icturn- eil after preaching. The meeting is in full blast and good ciowds are at tending. The preaching is sound Gos pel and you will enjoy it. Come. and returned Monday motniug. .Mr. and Mis. .lack Heard are lea ing our section for a place near D.i rant. Mr. and Mis. George Canyihell vi ited Mr. and Mis. Hobbs Sunday. .Mr.-. King took supper with Mi-. Horton Fiiday night. The two grand daughters of Mi and Mr-. Hall, who make their home with them, lepoited ill last week had only a slight billions attack and an ' .iiniiii t'ollv ift iil'i.l eil .'inil bllsilv en tertnining their giandfather who ,i veiy fond of them. ITKMS FROM NKKDMORK l'verybody is busy picking cotton It seems to lie turning out better than was expected. Kathurine Odom spent Sunday with Jewell Allen. John Wood and Miss Alma Thomp son weie man icil Sunday. .Mr. and .Mrs. Issue Weatheily mo tored to Durant on business Saturd day. M. L. Pierie of Caddo and M. !' Flowers motored to Hrokeu How la t .Monday. Jim I-issoter and Homer Moran have returned from Texas. Mrs. Cob of Ardmore and Mi S. ' K. Timberlake of Durant have return- d to their homes after a visit of I three weeks here with relatives. Colbtit. is visiting relatives in this i. immunity. Miss Anna Ausley, one of our leathers, spent the week end with her home folks at Caleia. Finis Davidson, Finest Rice and Joe Lane went to Mi -ouri with (iine Wilson and Joe Sim- to work. The Chiistian Hudeavor held a busine-s meeting at the M. I". Church Fi iday night. Mis. Jim Guess and .Mis holder of near Platter, were belt tiading Satuulay. Mi-. Sims is home fiom a i-it with lenitives at tatldo. J. L. Wilson and family attended the fair. i Christian Endeavor was held as us ual Sunday night. Maliel Gooding sustained a painful -piain of the vvri-t while cranking a Ford last week. j Jack Coleman took a bunch of the young folks to Caleia to Chuuh Sat-I urday night. sthool teachers attending the district meeting of the Oklahoma Education Asscoiatioti to bo held here, will be KnnRatta( irituii n ititu it f;iin Mini imth:tlf for 1 r. ..,. i, is evoee.ed that "SED CORONA In splendid coil ...i ' i, ii :"on- Bargain. Call at Dunmt W.d mis in iii-u. ii I'ui.mi ,i, .,..,.., News. gi eater number of visitors than nt any other time in years. Arrange-1 PEACH SEEDS WANTED; inonts aie being made to furnish tltejyour peach aeeda and dry them In I delegates their meals and lodging in'?hnde. We will pay you L00 . . bushel lor tnem. tiring any ami "" v"-" ,irom one gauon Mp. uurant Nu: - - - Co. Si SECTION HANDS MAY STRIKE l.'iiinti lii iikt tin !. i. lui'iilfil I'll tnl . ,. , ,, . ., .,.,. ,,., ., ... 'land. 111 miles north of Valhant, ly lndicato tlrtt the -liMI.Ollll lnaintotiance . . .'. ' of way tailw.iy employees in the I I'niled States are on the point of going out on a strike. The trouble seems to be ovi r increased wages. Iloiise in Col- along Little mvor tno overflow and ilti bead of cattle, unlimited ran for leal farm in Iiryan or I'ittsbn county. Encumbrance no tituVctii T. M. Williams. Ilox OOii, McAlesti I Okla. 40: .My black-mull shop is now iocatnl at 10! East Main street by M. (., G. depot. Your continued patronage solicited. G. W. TAYLOR .For Tiade, ICO acres land 10 mi oast of Norman, Oklahoma, all t able, trade for Durant city proper I Gus Hendiiv, Milburn, Ok lOn I ."II act es unimproved ! miles south! Caddo, ISO acres can be put in cull viition, all fenced, ." loom frame hoii painted and paperetl and plaster tmiiil barn. well, live spline. theS Small cash payment, balance on ten to suit. John L. Roland, Caddo, 40al Mr.-. Anderson and son Jack with i t- ; Mrs. Petty ami two of the teachers 1 666 quickly relieres Colds. Conatl motored to Durant Monday after! pation, Biliousness and Htadaches. A school. pjne Tonic. a HH Get ill touch with us if you aie going to buy a new look Stove or Range. Wo have sold the WESCO line of Cook Stoves and Ratigt for many years and theie is nothing that we soil that ha- gion Mich genuine satisfaction. i Our Prices are Lower on Stov. While nuiliv tlealeis aie forced to advance their pu. ami Ranges wo have a large supply that we bought when mm and steel was at its lovve-t in letent years. Large Range with n arming closet for onl) Heavv Cast Range with warming closet for onl Cook Stoves, the best made at S2."i.llu and up. S:ii).(io S.M.I10 Heating Stoves We aie receiving new shipments of heating stoves everv week and have a splendid assortment to show you. Drs. Evans & Warren CiIIROPItACTOIlS uWIicro Ilenlth's Contagious" Office hours 9 a. m. to fi p. tn. 120 N. Third, Durant, Okla. SHEET IRON HEATERS CAST IIOX HEATERS LAUNDRY STOVES HOT RLAST COAL HEATERS WILSON HOT ULAST HEATERS GARLAND RASE IU'RNERS Clothin We have a large stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing at the new Prices. All of our Clothing is New and from the Best Clo thing Houses in the World. We are offering all Wool Suits in all kinds. Fancy Whipcords - $30.00 All Wool Serges - - $20.00 NOTHING OVER $30.00 Boys' Suits from $5. to $11.85 Men's Winter Union $l.to$1.25 Boy's Unions - 50c to $1.00 Stetson Hats $5.00 to $18.00 Good Hats Big Shape $3. to $5. IS Cheaper p -s- A rULL LINE OE STOVE I'H'K, ELIIOWS VND STOVE HOARDS The Best of Everything in Hardware E. G. McKINNEY HARDWARE CO. Rhone C2 20s West Main Men's and Boys' Shoes We have recently added to our store a stock of Men's and Boys' Shoes. We have the famous Hamilton-Brown Shoes for men. Price from $2.25 to $7.00 Call and see us before you buy. A & L CLOTHING CO.