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ralDAY, NOT. 1, 19M Lm(hlV IJKAWb MM5 TKKM Ontinued from page one y7 llattlinir testified that he was r ... th. lHth a Buiek car. five ! mntaininir three nassen- K i(.ppul nt his garage; that vVtt.i' tt'l t" fasten a spare tire on 'tii'r f pliers; thnt he furnlbhed If" l.'.u,.! .... r,l, .,,-, ,! .11. I. ..II. UL I1UU .is. I'lJl-lP Ul J,,, I -I. m tn another garage for v ,.s; inui one 01 me panics k ....1 . Iiii4lt fnilliwnrl irltt-i .. ( I .Mill Bliuinjr iiiku-.ii-.-u wim "l .. . .....I n tit-n una fnafiiri. liis IIIIU - - - ...v.. I J on i w The Durant Weekly News FTVB put hoslUtnncy picked lour Mr. Brack-1 Richardson, and stated that he also that one of the parties the I'H'1-' '. r.i.lor. of McKinney. testified that In ""' tML" s301' car ant- 'nat iiounir in-"'1 wearing a khaki suit Jmt ,-.r to his garage, across the j(rflt fiiiin Hardin's and purchased Tom' Bennett, of this city testified t ' that t,mc hu was driving a Lck trout Denison and passed a Boick i.ir w'tn a Missoun license 1 .. -iile of the swinging bridge nt wross the railroad track; that ff,,. uimi' thice men about the car ijjinp ,i tire; that shortly afterwards Key p.i-id him; that afterwards he train passed the same car about wice between there and Durant, each une tho occupants were working on Dr. Stout testified that that evenr fcc he iui going down the road and sud the car, a live passenger fuick with u Missouri license tag fast below Calera, thnt .there were tural men about the car fixing a tire jlr. laadford, who works in a ga uge at Calera, testified that such a r-r stopped nt the garage for gas; tnt while there Prof. Frazier of Ca lera came up and engaged one of the ueti in conversation. prof, rrazier testmea to tne same is Mr. leadford and further that the nan hi saw was the deceased; that me of the other men, in his opinion, tas the defendant. Matt Brackin. J. F. Hicks testified that he passed inch .i car about 3-4 of a mile on this nde of the overhead bridge, that the ten wire having tire trouble. J. R Powell testified that he lived o Calf street below the little brick itori; thnt evening he was sitting on the fiont porch and saw a large car Nimng up the street; that his daugh ter, Kdna, i ailed his attention to it uid to the fact that there was blood tn the uindbhield and on the jnvers clothes; that they thought it a Mime one who was being taken to the hospital. Mi" Kdnn Powell testified as itatul li Mr. Powell. Mi. hulls, who had been interest ed in drilling for oil west of town, totifnd that that evening he was coming in and met such a car between hen and Ieir-ey; that he met the car ear a culveit and that he stopped ami the other enr came upon the cjIu" vci slowly; that one of the mm iimed to have glassy, starry e- mil he noticed some spots on hi fi ; that he was unable to say uhi'lu the spots were blood 01 gn i i tt II Wright testified that he liv ed d it half n mile east nf .Mead; tht tmt evening he was just turn ing hi to In-, place for woik as a Iijul. i u bearing a Missoiui license ta? ,ml tnntainiiig' two occupant-. ra in ins limine; that the ear was tra. nvr slowly and he thought at fir ' it they weie going to turn in; t"at I took especial notice of the cai i i' bore a foreign license tag, ami h Is ill leccntly came to this state f'nm Imli ma; that he was absolutely po i v that the defendant, Matt Bn i in, was one of the occupants of the i i lie also stated that his wife Mr- U. 11. Wnght, was with him. M W. II. Wright testified piac tici ' ii the same thing us her hus band .i d fuilher stated that she had on i inw hat and that one of the ocuij nit- of the car, whom she po--i'ii identified as the defend int, Ha I i lekin, 'tared at hoi as they fa ( 1 ami continued to stale at hci afti i parsing, and that she lcmark ti t In r husband, "I wonder if that Mli ntwr saw a wonrin with a trn hat cm before." hist as the car turned into Mead. Mr lhert Adcoek, the Justice of the I'i i mi t them, and as they passed thioufh Mead the eai was seen by a number of citizens, among whom " Joe .lackmnn, Hen Keusey, Mr. Gamum, Mr. Rutsell, Mis. Bell, all of v h m described the car. Mi Adcoek tated that in addition l i ng a Justice he lan a small P' ' ' at .Mead; thnt just as the car a i along side ot him it Flowed fl'wn lonsidciably, that the motor J a tacing as il the driver would it tin dutch in and out, and that m -pol.e to them and they spoke; hit 1 e thought there was something " k with the car and that they uu going to ask about a garage or Hiinothing; that this conduct on their pai t specially attracted their at in'ion, that immediately as they "- k1 the two men seemed to talk i it h other niul loaned toward '1th other, nno nf horn sooniintr to endeavor to hide under the arm of nc other; that he especially noticed inC' OTli Tlof frt him. ilmf tilQ nntl- sSuot on their part, and the fact that ' ear oorc a Missouri license tag, ed him to believe that it was a sto-'-n iar and that he ought to remem wr as much about it us possible. 'nit the next day he waj informed the finding of the body of the dead ""n; that he went out to the scene, that he assisted in bringing the body 10 Mt id, held an inquest and then farm t nurant with the body; that fom, ,R. thereafter he was in the 7'" f' s office looking at Kuel's gallery; that he ran acioss ing as the man who had been in the car. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wright, men tioned above, also visited the jail af ter Mr. Brackin was incarcerated, nnd each of them instantly picked out Mr. Brackin as the man they saw in the car as it passed their place the evening before the body was foupd the next day. Mrs. Bell, a daughter of Mr. Mc Alestcr who runs a drug store nt Mead testified that at that timo. Mnv 18th, she was simile, that Rh hn.l n friend of the Prison Farm who drove a uuick; mat on the evening before finding the body the next day she was expecting her friend to call, that sho was standing in the doorway of her father's drug store when she saw n Buick coming down the street; that sne mougnt it was her friend and started to call to him as the car seemed to pass by, when she noticed that it was not her friend: Ihnf rIm then took particular notice of the oc cupants of the car; that after the de fendant was arrested and lodged in jail she went up there and picked out the defendant, Matt Brackin, as being one of the men who was in the car at that time, and she stated that sho was absolutely positive that he was one of the men who was in the car at that time. The above about cover the question of the identification of the car and of the defendant. Testimony from Dewey Cobb and Noah Huggins of Mead devolopcd that the boys had been to a party that night and on their way home, north of Mead, met two men In the road coming towards mead afoot. Cobb asked them whole they were going and they in turn asked If anything vvns open at the town and upon being informed that there was not, asked if there were anv jitney men there and who and were informed that Street Davis lan a jitney. Neither of these boys could lueniuy me men as it was dark. Mr. Cook, living noith of Mead tes tified that that evening ho heaul a car coming up the road, thit the roads weie almost impassible north of his house and thnt he was satis fied from the running of the car that it was not a Ford; that the next morning he patsed a car in the mid dle of the road as he was going to his father's; that when he came back he made an investigation, in company with a Mr. and Mrs. Brannon, anil discovered the dead bodv, etc., and that they notified the officers. Ben Kieisey further testified that that night somebody came to his house and inquired where Stieet Da vie lived and were told where. Street Davis testified that two men came to his house nnd hired him to take them to Durant; that he did so and let them out on the coiner e.T-t of the Atvood;that he was unable to identify the defendant. Further testimony disclosed that two strangeis puichased tickets fm Denison that night and weiu aHo seen at a local cafe, but nobody was ab'e to connect them with the defendant. This in substance constituted the tc'stimuny upon the part of the state. 1 he defendant not only contended that he had nothing to dn with the minder, hut that he u,n nut in I!i an county on the dates mentioned, and to substantiate the plea of his absence fioni the count pioduced as witnesses' his father, V. P. III. u km, his biother. Tied liiaekin, Phillip likhaidsnn, Alevandei McCiacMn. (!. S. Swift and otheis. '. P. Brackin fathei of the defen dant, testified that the defend int had been winking aiound Shannock foi sometime pnor to .May l'22: that the defendant's birthday was on thi Mondav following the dav on which it is alleged Mr. Means was killid; that the defendant being engaged in woik on a pipe line, was unable to be away tmm his w.nk on Mondij. that the.v iheiciore had a bnthdav dinnei on Sunday, He was positive that the defendant 1 nd bei n v iH.ing ii! theie continuously for sevu.il weeks prior to the date of the alleged muider of .Mr. Means. Ralph Riehard-on testified that he wniked mound Shamrock; that he, Fled Ilt.okm and the . defendant, Matt Brackin, began work on a pipe line sometime m April for one Alex ander Met Kick in; thnt they winked side by side continuously through Atnil "and May up until about the Jul of May when Matt quit woik; kept his time on the job; that he had lost most of his time book, but foupd six sheets of It showing that he was at work on the job on the 18th nnd mat his brother, Matt, was nlso there at thnt time. G. S. Swift testified that he was a pipe line worker and that he knew .Matt Brackin was working there from about the 10th of Mnv on. Alexnnder McCrackin testified that he was the contractor on the pine line; that he had Fred Brackin, Matt Brackin nnd Ralph Richardson em ployed that thev beenn work sninn- tlme in April and continued working there through out April and most of decided not to let a contract for the PUTTING THE NEGRO IN entire construction, but to proceed i" n miie at a time, witn a view to ct fecting any economies that can be af fected by changing specifications without cheapening the building. Work on the foundation will start immediately, it Is announced. INTERESTING MEETING OF C'l.UB FOLKS AT PRITCIIARI) OFFICE IN THE SOUTH The adult home demonstration club of Pritchard arrntitroil n vorv interesting program for their regu lar meeting day, November 2. The subtpct for discussion wnn "i"k- I lahoma Tjiws Affootlnr- Wnmnn" May. at least until after the 20th' They invited Judge Deck to make p. pf May; that ho kept the time of i talk on that subject and leaving Du his employees and that all of them rant nt 12:30 o'clock, the farm agent, yvoiked on the Kith, 17th, 18th nnd home demonstrator, Judge Deck nnd Kith, nnd produced his time book i Dr. Wnteis, government specialist which was offered in evidence; that i on hog cholera, reached Pritchard nt he was expecting a pajday about 1:30 o'clock and were greeted by a the 18th, but that it did not arrive ' house full of club girls and boys, until the 20th; that that night he met! club women and men of the commun is red Brackin, Matt Brackin nnd'ity. Ralph Richardson In a grocery store Prof. Griffins of Pritchard intro at Shamrock and paid them off in duccd the speakers, first Mr. Dunlap, wii V '"T J1 .'' eir Broccry farm agent, spoke on the benefits uiii is nn.- ini-iinum. xiie mercnani also corroborated the payment of this bill and who were present, etc, and Fied Brackin, Matt Brackin and New Orleans, La., Nov. 4th Walter L. Cohen, negro Republican politician, today appointed by Presi dent Harding as comptroller of cus toms nt New Orleans, received one of the mo-t lucrative Federal of fices in the south. The salary at tached to the office is $5,000 annual ly. Thus attain has a Republican Presi dent flaunted the necro In the fnecs of Southern reoplennd nt the rame time these Republican politicians in Washington wonder why It is they cannot induce Southern people to vote a Republican ticket. The above clip ping is a pointed illustration oi the rca on. derived from being a club boy. Then ur. waters spoke, after winch Judge Deck instructed nnd entertained the crowd for what seemed a very short hour. In his pleasing manner he told of what it meant to be an Intel ligent voter, then he came to the rescue of the farm agent and home demonstration a cent's cause bv tell ing what it meant to be a well in formed home maker and scientific farmer. The applause and greeting extended Judge Deck on that occas ion bespeaks the estimation he holds in the hearts of our rural folks. Mrs. Mabel Nichols, an behalf of the ladies of the home demonstration club, thanked the speakers and asked that all attend the poultry show which was the closing event of the day. Many coops of fine chickens were on display. Mr. Dunlap and Dr. Waters ncting as judges, awarded the following prizes. Cuban Games, first and second prizes, Mrs. Lizzie Lumpkins. . Hopkins War Horse Gome, first and second prizes, Mrs. W. C. Rob erts. White Wyandottt, first, and sec ond prizes, Mrs. J. B. Grantham. Mrs. T. J. Thompson, third prize. White Leghorns, first and second prizes, Mrs. A. F. Blalock. Barred Rocks, first and third priz ers, Mrs. A. R. McPhcrson. Second prize, Mrs. E. M. Taylor. Rhode Island Reds, first and second prizes, Mrs. A. J.-Jones. Black Cornish Games, first and sec ond prizes, Mrs. E. J. Whatley. One coop of Bronze Turkeys, first and second prizes, Mrs. E. M. Tay mor. Conespondent. Ralph Richardson also testified to this same state of facts concerning ;. iij uu), I'ujniK ine grocery bill, etc. Matt Brackin, the defendant testi fied he had been at work on this pipe line for sonM time pnor to the 18th of May; thnt he did not keep an individual time book of his work; that he was at woik there on the 18th day of May, us testified by the other witnesses; and substantially testified as all of the other witnesses in his behalf had testified: he de nied that he had over been in Brian county before he was ai rested anil biought here; that he had not been in lexas for several months prior to May; that he had never been in Dallas or on the highway between Dallas and Durant; had not, of course, ever seen or heaul or Mr. Means, was not In the car in question and absolutely knew nothinc about Mr. Means or the car and had nothing to do with the murder of Mr. Means. He admitted that he had served a couple terms in the penitentiary for forgery, one in Missouri and one in Oklahoma; he identified the photograph picked out by Mr. Adcoek. as above stated, as being his photograph taken while he was in the penitentiary at McAIester, home time was consumed in an ex amination of the various time books and lecords intioduced by the defen dant and his w itnesses, the State con tending that the entire alibi was a frame-up and that thee reconls had hi en made to fit the occasion. Of course, what vu-w the jury really took of these lecords, we are unable NOTED CHURCHMAN TO SPEAK to state, but their verdict leads one to' HERE SUNDAY NIGHT feel that the.v adopted the view of , the State in icgaid to the samp, andj Announcement is made by Dr. Wil as to this phase of the ease we pre-1 lis M. Cleaveland, rector of St. John's sume that one would have to examine. Episcopal Church of this city, that on the condition of the iccouN. the man-1 next Sunday, November 12th, Rev. net in which they were kept, etc , Fr.inklin J. Clark will speak at the to foim an intelligent opinion in re-1 Durant church at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Clark paid to them. j the secretaiy of the National r'ntinill nf tin !oiei nnnl Church Ultll BUILDING OP HOUSE AT ' headquaiteis m New Yoik Citv and COUNTRY CLUB TO START, is one of the leaders of the Episco- - n. il Chimb in the United States. I Directors Authorize Expenditure nfl CARD 01' THANKS To the many kind friends nnd neighbois who s( thoughtfully and ITE.MS FROM BLUE Bro. Scagravcs did not fill his ap pointment here Satutday night nnd Sunday and Sunday night because he was sick. Miss Essie Woolbright of Bos well is visiting her sister, nt this place. School started here a week ago, xuonuay wun a large enrollment. There is nrnycr meetinc at the Baptist church every Wednesday night. Most of the farmers of this place have finished the gathering of their crops and have begun breaking land. The people of this community wel comed a nice little shower Saturday night. ITEMS FROM CADE ' News came last Thursday of the death of the little son of Ralph Alewine of Boswell, caused by diph theria. Mr. Alewine was principally raised here and has many friends who. extend henrtfelt sympathy in his sad bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Duty nnd lit tle Fon are visiting relatives npar Durant this week. Mr. and Mrs. Biles took Sunday dinner nt Mr. Scotls'. Our school begun Monday .with Misses Pullciis and Alder at teach ers. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bethel were shopping in Bennington Saturday. Misses Bculah and Mary Scott, Pinkie Duty, Mrs. B. F. Caldwell. Mrs. J. W. Hollnvvny, Miss Noru Duty, and Mrs. Inez Ross went ko daking Sunday afternoon. Mr. Billy Green " and son Perry made a busincsn trip to Boswell Sat urday. C. E. Hall of Monkstown. Texan was here from Saturday until Mon day. Roy Moore of West Texas, is here looking for a location. Mrs. Hollawny, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Duty, J. W. Morgan, J. E. Duty and Miss Pinkie Duty went to Bos well Saturday to hear Dr. John A. Tabor speak. ITEMS FROM HATCHER Almost every one hero nre through gathering their crops by now. School started heie Monday. Prof. Frazier of Durant is teaching this year. ITEMS FROM I.AKP. WERT The attendance at Sunday School The Sunday School and B. Y. P. Sunday was very good and has been K1UI BUilli; Vllt.l. A large crowd t attended prayer meeting Sunday nicht, which was conducted by Uro. seago. U. was well attended Sunday, Dave Morton and Miss Alpha Par ish were married at the homo of the bride Sunday morning. Jim Bailey spent the day with Mr. S. M. Johnston Sunday. Mr. H. L. Goss wns in Durant Thursday. Urandma Parish spent the day with Mrs. Oscar Parish Sunday. Mrs. McMilllon was visiting Mrs. Joe Magouirk Monday. Mrs. P. J. Peterson and family visited Mrs. Trnmel and family nt Shady Grove Sunday. Mr. Shirley McBurnctt of Cooper is visiting friends here. Carl Magouirk and family spent Saturday and Sunday with his father Joe Magouirk. P. J. Peterson and Ona Mitchel were in Durant Thursday nnd Fridny of this week. Mrs. Bill Morton and family took dinner with Mr. Oscar Parish and family. Miss Ila and Mrs. Ed Mynntt visit ed Mis. J. II. McCann Sunday even ing. II. L. Goss was in Boswell Satur day. Joe Goss of Texas was here Sat urday. Joe, Carl and Cyril Mogouirk were in Durant Sund-iy. Our pastor, Rev. B. Edwards was with us Sunday morning. He will fill his regular appointment here next Sunday. Miss Jewell Nation. Miss Anni Lee Miller nnd Hyram Robinson of Robinson were in our community on. business Thursday evening. Arrn Armstrong visited tlavins and Manard Weaver Sunday. Miss Sadie Hcbeon visited relatives of Durant last week. Miss Oder Mayhcw will conduct prayer meeting here next Sunday night. Paul Sorrels and Clinton Hibton were in this community Saturday. Miss Lucille Corley of Blue was here visiting friends FrMtay and Saturday. W. T. Calhoun was u business visi tor in Caddo Thursday. Miss Kate Smith visited Pearl Welter Sunday evening. IL D. Smith nnd Joe Bates went to Durant on business Friday. Miss Thelma Calhoun, whom re sides here is boarding with her grandmother of Blue nnd attending; school there. Miss Orn Allen vvns the guest of Mis-es Gladys and Vera Yandell Sunday. CLAY BROS. Optical Specialist 120 N. 3rd Durant SI.-.00 For Modern Building 'Ihe dim loi . of the Durant Conn- tiv Club at a inciting this week au Inwrnrlv inlnlstend tn us iluruiir the thoiind the building committee to illness and death of our thai niothei begin woik on the construction of a we offei our sincere giatitude and modem ili.b house on the club prim aiipieiiation. May the good Fathei iscs a mile -outh of to'vn, not to ix Moss mid upho'd cath one and laise .....I CI 1 -ml ... ..... u,..l ... ........ .. , .. i ... ... . ... n-iu 171, mi, in lun. ouiiv is iiiien- up good minus CO lllllllsiei III Jllll ed to start immediately aecoiding to m the time of vour smw and need. PiisidenV O. W. Mnltisnn. i Mr and Mr ('. II. Ward The building will be elected m tin i and family, soiithu-t lomei of the pn mises Kiinp, Oklahoni i f a DR. W. M. K. CHATTLK Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Offi-e 120-4 N. 3rd Phone 401 Houe Phone 710-J DURANT. OKLAHOMA Phone 70S Drs. Evans & Warren rillKOPRACTOnS -Whore Ilealth'H Contnglons" Office hours 9 a. m. to fi p. m. 120 N. Third. Durant. Okla. ;maxsxrafii?v3M 31 FALL SEASON IS THE SEASON OF FIRES bout inn ords fiom the south nnd " 'H WILL YOUR HOME HK ONIO OF THOSE ADDED TO ml the -nine distance fiom the west) t will be too inilih if Tuike.v be-1 M ,,-, , lcn, mnic cimwiM 'I'll AT WPN'I' AND HAD me. and about thiee eights of a mile ),-,,,, to trow over her vutory. H THE LIST. THIS SEASON 1HAI W1MMI AJNIJ lXiU fl hue west ol the main south highway The stiuittlie will be of hiavv fume eonstnu tmn on a coiuretc 3Knansa::n-tir.Ktint:n' foundation, and with either extia.g J! hinvy shingles or asbestos loof. I r a cvpivi) ,)S ine gioiiun span iiiveiiii an in iiiveiid all in all will be r.Oij Ull'j feet, and the accomodations and facilities to be piovidid, v i'i, in the opinion of tin .. ,., ,,,(,. m i"n i...,i.,w f.ll ii. ,,,,,J ,.r tv,,. ,i,ii, Want to sill or Undo, equity in l-o n I3nasnnannnnaa NO INSURANCE? ll'n cheap au irltil rink iour homeplau nafi: Phone 22 SALMON & GILSTRAP 129 North Third foi nrinv veais to mine .1... I... .1.1..... 1... ....II rts line I'ntris iiiv iiuiiiiiiiK ii, ih . . , . i ...... ... . . . . . . . Imril-ulll f.ll it hllfhW.IV. I mt hinKni in n urrrn 1.,,,., , trim ....... ......--- --"--. w- .. that he kept his own time of his work. h muplu f)oor 60 x ., ft.a ,n ,,, . juilit to mjon prty. ( which vvrs the same as M.tts, and ' , ,vith an ..,. f1. Houghton. Durant. Oklahoma. 11 nntr "J inrCci!itVvatinn'k well 'mimoleir'on fKWOWHSOISOc will MMi on (MKJOJI roj the , nroduced his timo book which show ed that he worked regulaily for some time prior to the 18th. laying esnec- ial stu-ss that tne eieienuaiu woikcmi thcie on the lf.th, 18, nnd PJth, as shown bv his book. That on the night of" the 18th a storm hit theii tent, the lour aoovc mcnuoneii uoing camped in a tent on the pipe line: that he and the defendant had to hold Vio iont ilmvn to keen it from blow ing away. He further fixes the 18th as being a day when the defendant was there because ot a controversy mm between himself nnd the defendant over n wnter pail; also by the fact that a merchant from Shamrock came out that day to see about his account with the bojs and that that merchant took a note from a flir. nenson jnen that day and the note was introduced showing the date of May 18th. Phillip .Wilson testified that he conducted a grocery store at Sham rock; that on the 18th he went out to h ,.nmn whom the Brackin boys ..... no.nr,nH. thnt he made a delivery of groceries to their tent on that date and that fliau urac-nm s Another groceryman from Sham rook, who'c name we do not now re call, testified to going out through .!. ini-,1 ,w nn the ISth on a col- 111111 lv" " . . . ... ... !.... to..r and tooK ine imiu. uumi- place filled with is a dining room l blazing logs. There,,,,,, SAU.; ()K T 1 5 42 foi the hold i ,,,i,. r, ni ing of such luncheons and othei meals fnjv ,, j)rsl t)ss , as ilub members nw wish, a kiti hen I ,,., wth ,m,.ri n) N 12 x 13. and two loc .. rs .and show ok,llhma. ritADH If oii aie home investigate iniiniveimnts Kith Durant. 11 wl ,t Itrifh rnnms. filth 1 i v 21. one i aeh I for the ladies and thr men, and twoipoit RENT 2 good farms, one 2"50 tenant rooms for the use of the keiji j aires, 2' milei from Bokchito, the ei or keepers of the clb house and other 100 aires, with 200 acres ilear grounds. (d, S. K. of Bennington A good Sunounding the speiious building i proposition for the right men. Write on three sides will be an immense' pau T. Million, McAIester, Okla. much, ten feet wide, with a total iivnn length of 22')'i feet, there being 73; 77rZi , , . , ,, 7 r u " .i .u r. ' rn CATV CO. nprns sandv loam all leei oi iiorcii on ine 'iium ur iiunv v. ..- ,, r , !,.. fill fi.(.t on the eai.t and 101 . I in cultivation. House, lurn, good feet on the north. vvell. L. W The club building committee hasUKIanomn Walters, Wapanucka 4 lwa2 J. W. LEVINE Lion Brand Work Shoes for Men and Boys Best work shoe made to day. Auk to see ino. ox, iov, 'r 1, ttixn no of a convict that ho was tt i n-,i t).it. thi dofendant d was one of the men who ., tner( ilt that timo. 'hit ear that day and stated ..rc( j,a, m to t f d to about officii, that whenever they t, s,nU, 0f f,t as Ralph j ii.iii iiosm i n ti iuipu Ml 11 Prices $3.50 to . .. $1.85 Vnnfi-'a MnrintMinv side. Calf. Half Double sole, McKay T..l,V,o TTnnl flnnnnr tin. sizes 9 to 13 1-2, PHCC 2.W "U""-1 ."V.V.., ww,.'-. "I-F .- , , - , i o oo nn Girl's Brown Shoes, Kuntjcr iteei, sizes o J--,,1 . V,i Men's Heavy Drab Corduroy Blanket Lined Coats S.7.j Men's Heavy Flannel Shirts, Khaki, datk Green and . - 0.."i' i' they would hive i i wh i wa in thn iai a l I tough Mead The l hot - i Ad' nek picled out was f the defendant, Matt Brack- , I fom this lead Mr. Taylor was "V'c to soon locate and arrest Mr. -"ackin. When Mr. Brackin was fought to Durant nnd put in jail Mr. Adcoek went up into the Jail nnd with- FARM LOANS Current Rates Piompt Service Waddell Investment Company C. O. JOHNSON, Mar. Ill N. Second Ave. Blue Wool Shirts I ots of Neckties t I i'Ps, I'liifinsiiits C. .' I ii.'- -Ntti 1 cay lTn n-uits 1 to 10 $2.(10 :rc Vic 7c e i ave it lot ol c!o.sc-oi.t Dress Hats, worth up to $ 00 bfc tnem on table -- ;s-'' Albo a full line of Staple Hats, Sanam, Carlsbad and akota, Columbia S2-50 to -MU Dakota Wet and Cold Weather Specials BELOW AUK A FUW ITEMS THAT WILL INTEREST THE WET AND COLD WEATHER IWYER. Men's L'ood grade Union Suits, $2.25 quality, for $1M Women's good grade Union Suits, $3.00 quality, for 92.00 Boys' and Girls' winter Unions, extra good quality at, per pair 75c Men's all-leather ahoes, for work or dress from $1.95 t0 910.00 An extra good Dress Shoe at M-50 Wc also have a good line of Men's and Dou'tt all-wool Suits, at lowest market price "IIY TRADING HERE YOU WILL TEACH YOUR DOL LAR MORE CENTS" Come in and see us-gct acquainted -we're new in Du nwit and aie anxious to iik et you and help you save money on jour clotlur." nun- LEDEL DRY GOODS CO. (At Old Hillibrand-Slaton Stand) DURANT, OKLAHOMA 132 MAIN STREET DUKANT, OKLA.