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FRIDAY, NOV. iq. 1n.
TWO tiif Dm? ant Weekly News BISHOP JURY IS VN 1iLE TO AGREE VOX NTY C.INNINC.S PIVE I'lMI'.s IIK.'IJKR THAN '21 IIIIOKKItS Jt'lKiEMENT AS TO I corroN MAiiKirr prospects .ii - ' i ii 11..! 'II ! I till I III' iM MM ni'i 1 1 i n . ii ni-'i ol If i l ul I IH' .1 i- dm Imi k UU'I time n.-nli. i i in I 'Itlll' U.tll hi V in1 A Ii I In Mate (Pile Otic As I'litirlli In In While Creip (renter. I l- ii il . tin ii ti ml titl it . il nni in nuiktil "I" I uhuh In i- h i'V 'I Tit' i im win! ' in' jin y it f'ltii i k i'iIiii -ii.iy .ifu'iiiim Tin1 h ,i i- i.i tl' i iin' m.iili it tii'i'i" .in Tii tin juiy 'it find (Vfciiil ml II' III' llllilll' I l .llll1lt him .'..1-n Hi-hup ki'tul Ike Wil-nii on Now mini II l!'-i follemiiiir 'i P"k- j? inn il. uliu'i ill Ihi'i' I ul nti-- n. tin- liUiti. I i'iiii'T "lme in the l-l.HI- MMItll uf Viri!iti IiNImp ,-i .! .1 -lint IMItl .Hill sml WiWiiil in hi' link, it i ii'tl Wilson . InK ii i Sin in. in Im tH at im nl I'til d'cd Mill a' tin mil liimniliK follovuilK. lVli.ip wn- ti il f il si in (litobcl ;ijl niul vv'a- "i'ii ! Iif'1 s( ntciu't nr inurili i lli n'tiniicv - I'lli'i i. k A M n I iiii ilil fill il innli n fni a ii tiuil. iilli'Uiiii; two i rrii:- on tin' n.irt nf tl ii'. "'ii i'f which was iiriiuiiii linn bv I'v St iti i I'viili'tui f in iilli'Uxi i oiiffsion, mill tlic ' nint's fniliiu tn ihau,"' 'I"' J"r a-. '.i tin inll-iili I. If mil tn In' ifiwil ;i i mc t.ili'ini'Ml .kiil,!i' Mill ill o-tain ul tin miitiuii, i'l tlio M'lilnt aside ml 1'intitul .i in w (ml Tin M'uiml tinl iva- h-id in April Ins .ni In that tiinl the ('mit hniirid tin jnr on murilrr nnil on man I'iiirIiSit in the firt dcgne. Af- 'it (k'lilii'i.ition of -1(11111 tiling like two day and .i hall, tlio jury faili-il to .iKici'. standing m and si The ili'fi'iiilanl Ins brcn represented kv Ptterbnck MarPonnld. .1 A. SliitU-y and Wnrnn I'liillips IH'H NT DEPEATS WILSON IN IIAItll POUCI1T OAME In one uf tlic most hotly contested football Kami's of tho season here Fri" dnv of last week, Piirnnt Hi defeated Wilson Hi hy a -core of 7 to 0. Space forbids details of the play Durant, strengthened liy new innihiniV out fetucht, outplayed and nutiMini'il tin- heavier opponents. Du i nnt's ends and backs loptatcdly lirnke through the WiImhi defense and either Mi lew runnels fur looses or in their traiks Duranl exhibited .splendid defensive wink, but was very weak on interfeii'iu-e formations mi offelle Wilson hud Hiilendid ill' terfeieliu on Ihe part of her balk field, but her ends could not hold I)u l ant's interfeieiiie busters and flying tackleis and this weakeness t;ave Ilti i.int a lonsiderahle edge. Store came in the last fjvo minutes of the foiiitli iu;uter, when after a series of line huiks, end smashes and forum d passes. Stoi smashed across for a torn lulnwii and the neiil was kicked. Most of tin play was m Wilson's teriitoi. Hiir.int lepeatedly work ed the hall down to Wilson's ten and twenty aid lines, only to lose it on downs in fumbles In the second iiuaiti'i- Story attempted a drop kick for kohI at twenty yaids, which fail ed. Twin- hcfoie the toiiihduwn in the fiiuith ipiaitei, Durant worked the ball to within a few feet of Wil son's, Koal, only to lose it ns the Wil son line stiffeiud and held Durnnt for downs lis, , i . ii .ti In low i iiniMi.r si i i -ii -i - i I i . 'it I'm' d in , - .ti ' in il M.i i l hi' ('( "her Is ! t Is .11 ,1'ld ' '1 l.l"t l .11 ." . l. Ills MM- i.tllil.ll. .olllllu; fiom ,' 'ioVlM.1 I. lit I'l plltlll. II "f ' i 111V III'. Till ." IK two I III Wnl'll fill t- din i Hi' "late tilt nt mat an nf i c i.i t inti'iest to l!i.iu lount;. folks, is tl-e pi ni beioiid a iloiili' that ul Ii iii' Wile haul hit la t eil. ve in- aliiilil .11111 per n'llt liettei- oft this en til ill l'ist. I'm' ilistanie. the - i . . Kimti'i'-Js '" " tolu i 1 last iai -MM .',''.!, lilt, while fol O.toliei ' ill- i if till.. Wi ie l.l'.l.s'JI, in til-M i' 21 pel unt. line louith nioie l!iin (imiily had t.'intud to Odohei l-'ll-t win ll.lli'i bull's, while -he I. s jjiim'i d to Oe tohcl I this ji,u U.MI.' I'.ili f, an iiuiiase of iinne tli i Vlii pi i i cut oi moii than live mi as tutu Ii tultoli. Iliie i the stnteinctit bv i untitles I'll- Imtll i .lis. 'lhis week' biillilin i To . Ni w Virk rotton tains tin follow irtir sn, nit li'l.dl'lol'S whuh I "(In inltiin niaikit I. point win i i.niti'i'i i- f Springs! & Inokei , con-P-i- of mar tnteietitiK is n ailieel a to III UlL'lli ITEMS FKOM CAI.EKA Kev Ersteine of Dallas, Teas ,,re.-i( lied at the chun h of Christ Sat ,i,i.iv night. Sunila and Sunday li Pel Martin eif TuIm. Okla. is I'liijf home folks Mi llosa 'Irnk and d iimhter of i imniu tit is here vi-itini; i ! ( O.IIlt The t.it. Adnr A, ok i P., i l.lmni Pa.an ('nidi P ulei I'heiokee i Imetaw Cleveland Coal Coin.inclii Cotton Pluck fiarvin f! raely iieer Harmon Haskell Hui;het llll'ksou k'fferson Johnston Kiowa Latimer Lel'lore Uncoln Logan Iivo McClain Mi Curtain Melntosh Marshall Mayea Murray Muskogee 'Ikfuskee Oklahoma Okmulgee Os.lgO Pawnee Payne Pittsbuig Pontatoe Pottawatomie t'ushmataha Seminole Sequoyah Stephens Tillman Tulsa Wagonei Washita All other IP J J I ilt.sJ I '.Ms IV. It l.'.HHI M.MI'.t l'..'Ji)'l i,7i;; I, 'i'.IS i,.n;.i ii.iii i :i,'2Ti 7.7:iv r.,4-1.);: li.Ufl 10,713 10.81-. 11,010 n.iio 7,101 7,.rilS 27.7SS 13.212 ri.co.i 1G.215 CIS 10,001 13,112 .1,447 4,080 8,108 13,133 10,072 4.10S 3,537 3,09s 1 1,817 5,170 5,104 2,010 1.03H 003 3,011 10,334 7,730 13,500 2,338 1,835 11,518 10,100 20.78S 2,04' 5,350 0,80 4,537 1021 : . in.: "Pi I'll M,vs7 2,101, 10.S21 8 00 3,'!::'i l.'tlh, 4,021 0.11 0..131 7 -V.7 iiiioiiirh tin iii-ifi' po silnlitles of In st ip'e h.Uc no' bun i.haustid, inn so far as we i an sie lne they ii-iiliul tli 'ir limit of i pcii-ion. Cot , ton undoubtedly will i'l a! 2iccnts liefute tin ild of the year -befoie , Ileieuibil buoims the -io! month,', vi i Ilk'lj. It i" inipiohahli' tint i 'III "nuts will be leaihid hifule we lie-in fiL.li i nit; on the 102 I aiteage on i iniiiii tut- laliul.itiiig the nuinbi r of ' boll Wie vil to the squall'. N'ntwiliistandiiig the iie-sme fiom piofit taking snlis the maiket has. how n stringth and has lalliedj s,:ii pi atttl i.iill mode late- setback. J v s the holdc-i-1 ol iiintiacls have Iniiinlated and takiu piofits theie has I ' bun s,imewhal of a tailing off in new ' puii'liasing, possibly lniat.s tiade in-! ti nsts itl, shown a disposition to take the 'taple liefoic the leaitionj had pi on i ded fat enough to atify i the ifihniia! maiket alias of the ' pmfi siunal Mailti. A l i - of $20 n I bale in less ;h.in a month appears to! il. main! a leiis-ion of mine than si. ill or s2 a b tie, and the piofcs sioiinl has vvaitid- vainl.v for what he is pliaid to teini "a fair-sir.i-il reai linn." M ITEMS I-'KOM VEACII CKOVE Mr. and Mis. T. .1. Newberry have been on the sick lb t for several d ly.s. Until are some better. Mrs. c. V. He nobis is still hardly aMe to be 'Mound. Mi. and .Mr-. Mm ton, t laience 'Ten and Mi s -luni' ISticll took a hnt-i Inn k rd. -ind liimheon in ros !tlu- lla.V'Hi in tin lulls nn .Simila. Plojd of Irani-, Okla, i ' Se honl e In eel Wtdm-dny fm-.the ..n business this wiek. j Timi hei's District ."dieting held in . . (I'll -t and elaiighters me lunant Thin -day, 1 inlay and S.itui- t if her motile r. Mis, Luti -c liar el ly. ITEMS FROM I.EMnv nt. . The Epworth league was well ., tended Sunday night; the Z" '! was very iniercstlng. Mr and Mrs. Ilunh of Waco. Tht., are Msmng me latter's pirents, mT -" "vniiii Miss Marie Stephens entertiin, nn- .miuio; peopie wmi n nartv vli I 11V MIL' it ullllk u.i nil .. -. i ' "' . " " "s -"I l'llll( tnM.H "' Shaip and il,iU..l,i. J it. . " --.v"i -..nn. .si,uur,,i I s-..T'1 nine h Mr. and Mrs wen- snopping in I .iKiari M'ddins . . Ilvinit H'irti is o-i the Mil, Ins wee'.. 'i and Mis. C. K ""laik of Duratit lent Suniliv with Ik. ar.il Mr-. .1. Keller. ', - Abbie Whl enhiiut was is v ill Duiant Menida Mi I.. U. Ilniiier is in Walnut I . , Ail on biisincxs Mi. .1. C taneill of ,Sii.u- Falls th ll.ikot i has been visitim; bi nt, Mi S. M. Mead. ir l. T. Pildlem m of Hugo, Ok a.iiit visited itlatives htie Sunday a Mntielav. H-i Methodist .S. S. gave Mrs. Geo. n I v i misci'llaiu one shower Mun v a f einonn ul 1..I0. iiiri.,,, ..i ... . I .Mr and Mi-s. Moilon and Kav Sk-i.mIi.ioI a' Williams,,,, ,,. ""?" by -tttetidul the Ilullo'v'ein patty at. noon. ' ullit' itiiian .lay s noine jiiesu iy nignt. ami iiu anil m in. Dewey Taikinpt I rennrt mi evtellellt tune. :n, visitintF Mr nn,l M.!. ii- ... 7'3l i. " . ' l. I I .... . i- ... i . . i- " "' "" " W. I.l-V. I II1ILT II '111 Si'l VM'l S .SHI 11,1, JlL IOIS. I in a. iii. iii the siiiool liou-e. .Mr. anel Jirs. . A. Smiii. si., it- si !-... I I. .11 1 r ! i t.- I. .. i s", lur. .ur ii. .ii inj isi'oiriu niul i.ioiii' .inn .1II-S, uesse eims, Air nnrl ! w.-iv the nests f Mi. .mil Mrs. Mny- S. T. Sharp, Mrs. Eddin's. .'hweU iv' Inw east of Durum Sunday. i dine. Ketter Taylor. Jewell in,! t- 1, ii. .in, i, t i.'.,.,.t f iim ,ni mi. mi,,,,, i ,.: i.m.i... ," '""i inez .. ........... ........... ... v . .....(,., ..,,,,., 1.UIIII1?, llie guest oi air. and .Wis. taivin V.'.ith Sunday. Miss Matlie Craw foul fiom O. P. C. s,ient the week-end with home folks. Mi. and Mi.s. l.ee l.-me. Mi. Jlae I ane -Mid sun spirit Sunday evetnng wnh Mi anil Mrc. C. Y. Keynolds. Miss Delia Shellon of Dui.int spent Per- !f,t,s T..1 and Clell Ilrowii attended the K. K speuhiiiK t. venule Wei nesHn. were atl Dl. ItMlON w. kim; HONOKEI) WITH DINNEIl With Dr. 11 ion W. King as hon oic e, the Shakespeiian Workshop and Forensic Clubs of S. T. C. en- itii 10,750 7.027 s .inc. 10,073 tcrtained with a si o'cloik dinner 7,002 1. -it the Atwood Hotel Thursday eve 0,880 nilw. 20,082' 1'ollowing tho dinner Mis. Guy II. Dukcrson introuuceil Ur. lvmg, to which tho latter responded with a 11,480 578 14,077 815 14,100 17,813 4,548 400 7,832 4,510 11,014 534 2,210 C84 10,001 11.742 5,507 3,090 1,104 veiy interesting talk on defective u,lted her sister. Mrs. Will Tresley speech and its possibilities of cure, of lirown Sunday. ! itiiiday and Sunday with her unrli I C. Kennedy. ' IIT.MS I KOM SILO Mrs. Hon tker's motln i- 'i. Tim lin neoplc who hae the small po bulakc Inw belli on the suk list for n i. mi luiniii'imty aie demur niiel the past witk. ,it 'his wilting. Mr. and Mi-1 Plotl and son .lames Sum Lade! was a business visitor, P., Mi. and Mi.s. Chas. Templeton i li.'iaTit Satuula . stii'iit Sunday evining with Mr. and. Mildieil .lame of H.irwuk spent Mrs. Lie I.-mu nnd family. I 1 e vvitk-end v.ith Vonnie Iirecce of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kennely spent i, place. 'Monday with Mr. I. C. Kennedy Mon- Peail Heal and Carl Pdelen of day with Mr and Mis. It. H. Shellon Mead wen- in Silo Sunday. .of Dm. int. .School is being delayed on nc-count Mr O. W. Timberlakc and family nf the small pine and typhoid fever. 'fiom Preston Pend. Texas spent Mr. and Mrs. IJuster Epperson vis-1 Hallovv'een night with hid sister, Mrs. itiel the lattei's brother, lx-e Catcs l Honaker. of Thomas Chapel Sunday. ' Mis-c Hhoda Honaker and Fay Jay Tioy .lames was in Silo Sunday, .spent Sunday with the Misses Mills. C. II. Nicholson and family of Me- Mr. Honaker has been breaking his land preparing for another crop. Good example for others. , Misses Myrtle and Ethel I.ane spent Sunday evening with Maydeen Pruitt. night. iM,." &Colbctl MtHcian iiiiiMii-i t'Mii.itijr Mr. and Alls. Floyd Cable Aclnlle Wednesday nieht. Clell lirown is visiting at Holdcn ville, Okla., this week. Miirvm Taylor of Durant spent the! week-end with his grand iianim I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith. j ,vn. anu juis. iieorgc Henson visitcdl - ii tuiiil'.i mi 1'uniiiti. Miss U'ta llarker spent the wcek-i enei wuu nome ioiks in Uurant. Lnn Jackson lost a fine milk cowl last wecK. Mr. and Mrs. Burk. Mr. and Mr. Lou Jackson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Stephensl Mr. and Mrs. Charley Jackson were! in 1'uranc mesiiay. Mister visited his mother, Mrs. I,, c. Seaw right Sunday. Edith Tjinkfoiil of Durant spent the week-end with Vonmo Urecce. Emily Nicholson of this place Dr. King is President of the King's School of Oratory, Pittsburg, Penn. Seated with the gueUs were. Mrs. Guy II. Dickerson, sponsor for the Shake.sperian Workshop; Miss Lula McLaughlin, sponsor for the Forensic Club; Miss Florice Ly day, Mrs. U. W. Bell, Miss Lucie Jow ers, of Dallas, Tevas; Miss Edith Ilevnolds. Miss McLaughlin. MeAles- ter; Mis. Itamoua Madden, Jliss He.s- SLE OP IvATY KOAl) IS SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 211 DONTS FOR SWIMMERS "The Red Cross has completed a few don'ts for .swimmers which will bear repeating. Don't swim directly after a full meal. Wnit for nt least two hours. Don't Kwim if you have heart trou ble. Don't struggle if caught in swift water or undertow. The current will bring you to tho top. Don t dive without accurate know ledge of the depth of the water. Don't cry for help in fun. Don't go swimming alone unless you are an expert. Those warnings are now issued to emphasize that fart that with proper care il can he one of the safest as well as healthiest exercises." 70S ter Robinson, Miss Lottie Read, Miss.Mmnlay. l.80 Ona U'e Hubcr, Miss Tillic Frances J'jjl ' Young, Miss Malta Mae Bates, Miss 13205 "uth Hatchett, Miss Alyne Mosley, 1,190 Mr. Cameion Colvvick, Mr. Robert 5,101 Strickland, Mr. Ernest Cannon, Mr. 1p.1m'Jw Clement, Mr. T. J. Woodward, ,iJJ'.Mr. David Crockett. J'ljji WAR DEBT IS CUT .V707' ,m-P t'"-' I"-ak in 1010 when this ' 'nut government owed a war debt of ap- iiruxjiimieiy 7,,iyo,uou,oui cne ueui has been reduced almost four billion Edith West of Blown was in Silo Friday night. Maggie Nicholson was in Durant Saturday. J. G. Harrison and family attend ed church in Durant Sunday. .1. E. Shellnut is on the sick list this week. The teachers of this place attend ed the teachers' meeting at Durant Thursday and Friday. .1. E. Tucker and C. D. Parish were m Duiant Thursday. Will Presley of lirown was in htlo OSTEOPATH DR. A. L. STOUT First State Bank Bulldlnf I Phone 888 Res. Phone 697-JI The sab- til the Missouii, Kansas V Texas Railroad at auction will he held Nov. 20 at Ul a. 111.. ai-ioiding to an niiuouni i-me-nt in a Dcnisou panel- todav. The sale of the main line will be held at Colbert. Ok., and of the Texas lines at Denison nt 3 p. ill. eif Neiv. 20. The sale has been post poniel four times i:aL.in & morrow Insurance Fire, Tnrnnrin, Automobile P21 l-'J North Third Durant Oklahomr. dollars, or .so nearly fifteen per cint At this rate of speed American jeo ple will pay for their year and one half of war in about thirteen or four teen years another proof that war doesn't pyy. FARM LOANS ATTRACTIVE RATES QUICKEST SERVICE Lewis & Matthews 116 North Third DURANT, OKLA. Commercial National Bank DURANT, OKLAHOMA 'Service That Really Serves" G. A. MASON, Prea. SAM STONE. Vice Pres W. E. CLARK, Cashier The Trap for "Flying" Money LET this Bank hold your money that would otherwise "fly away." With your money safe ly deposited you will have bet ter control of it. Thero is a little possession of pride that you will realize in holding an account here. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK of Dorant Footwear For Every Winter Occasion Harmonizing Ones footwear with the remainder of the costume is one of the rules of distinctive dressing. In our collection of winter styles ranging from the newest Tounge Pumps to the sturdiest walking shoes you'll discover the cor rect footwear completement for every costume for every occasion. A good feature of H-S footwear is their fine quality that makes them retain their beautiful style. Call on the home of fine footwear in Durant See these shoes of newest style We'll ba glad to uhow you. Mail Orders Promptly Filled HlLTIBR AND-STATON (o. EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE SnSnilMMMMMMMMMSSSMMSMM&ii, THE PARISIAN We are showing the latest in FALL MILLINERY all makes at very reasonable PRICES Step in and let us show them to you. YOUR HAT IS WAIT ING YOU HERE I THE PARISIAN MILLINERY Jjnm d .1 11 .APHOTt I BIT (rtEIP-WWB7 -i? 1 " by.- 'I'Wui w'Ti - - - Do Your Banking With Men You K Ihpob e ?- i.fv-irri v" ii.Ki I "T rv.",TnN" " " "t ' i- 1 1 r itisiiici - 1 t-uvvitf !S 3?5 "THE NVTION'S SP.UMIT. TRUCK" At your command. The order is not too small nor too largo to have our immediate attention to deliver to your door nnvthlncr that c-nn be had in the llaidwaie line. Our stock js complete, Our Haidvvare tho best money inn buy Tiy our servito once and wo shall convince you of our .supeiionty in handling jour business. Abbott-Brooks-Hall Hdwe. Co. DURANT, OKLA. Every man who baa 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. O. Brows V. J. Steger J. W. Brown Frank Gibson Dial Cut-Tin ! hV The First National Bank OF DURANT rftggnigmTaB3rr&'ifffl