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FRIDAY, NOV. 17. 1922
tyefehborhodb w m ITEMS FROM SILO Edith West spent the week-end with Vonnu' Brcece. ' school, which has been closed for gnu- time on account of Smallpox Mil frver will start again Monday. Kil Shirley of dishing, Texas spent Monday night in Silo. j, 0. Harrison was a business vis itor in Durant Monday. Tlii small daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Marion Taiiey or Thomas Chajv J! was laid to rest in the Silo ceme' . Friday afternoon. Ioy Nicholson was in Mead Satur day morning. Gaines Austin of Mead spent Thursday nigni -wiin vernie nreece. Maccie Nicholson spent the week end with her brother and family of Brown. Mary Harrison was shopping in Du rant Saturday. Lee Cates and family were visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cates Thun-day. Gwendolyn, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parish is reported not better at this writing. Lewis Harrison was in Silo Satur day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Epperson vis ited her brother, Leo Cates Wednes day night. Mrs. Dr. Austin was in Silo Fri day afternoon. FROM DOWING CHAPEL A fine rain fell Saturday night and still continues to rain this monday morning, which means a good sea son in the ground. We have nad some breezy little northers, but never have had Frost enough to kill the green vegetables. tome of the cotton is still blooming. Mrs. C. C. Austin also has a fine patch of late tomatoes from which the gathers about three gallons of tomatoes every day. There was a pie supped at Down ing Chapel Saturday night, the pro ceeds were $18.65 which was donated to Mr. Will Allen. Mr. Allen has been in bad health for some time and for the past month he has not been expected to live as his condition grows worse, tie ana nis iamiiy were in hard circumstances. We believe the cood people of our community will be rewarded for such a kind act. rMJ8,,9m.le D,anlcI was "hopping in Caddo Wednesday and Thursday. There is and epidemic raging through our vicinity something sim ilar to the flu, which most every body is affected with, but not in a dangerous form. Miss Evie Smith, who is teaching school at Post Oak attended the pie supper Saturday. There will be a pie supper at May tubby school house Friday night for the purpose of getting a basket ball for the school. There will also be a box supper at Downing Saturday night. Everybody is invited to come and bring sone one with you. J. C. Daniel had a fine horse to get cut in the barbwire fence Sunday night. ' Jnhn AiiQttn uioUn.1 t. tl t ii l vicinity Sunday. Miftq Pnnrl Qn;An T tl ... -a ........ ....... uinu6ci ui uiueny at tended the pie Supper here Saturday C!lnrn rintiiAl to i.A .f L. -1-1. . this writing. ITEMS FROM BARWICK Too late for last week. Bro. Manners fillix hln nmilir .n. pointmettt Sunday afternoon. Blanchn fnin wptif fn SfcnmM tl.: week-end. Lillian Glover spent the week-end with home folks in Mead. Ruth Vennblx snunf Sntnntnv n!lt with Ida Collins. Bro. and Mrs. Taylor were here Sunday afternoon. Mildred James nnprif. tho wMlr-nm4 with friends and relatives near Silo. Lee Venable and daughter Laura motored to Mead Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rardln Harper and small daughter were vlniHnc hi. n.r. cnts here this week-end, Mrs. Malcolm and Lillian Glover were in Calera Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Chnrlln nnrnAhtoi nnr litflo daughter, Charline, were visiting her moiner, Mrs. wney wis week. Merril Harper is visiting friends and relatives in this Pnmmnnitv this week. Mrs. Snnfnrd T-nrcnn'a trinflin," hnu been visiting here for several weeks, has returned to her home. Ida Collins and Bessie Free, were the quests of Laura and Ruth Ven able Saturday afternoon. Blanche Davis was in Durant Sat urday. There was no school Friday on ac count of Teachers' meeting. Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. FH npTltnn Wprp rnllprl in tht tinr'eir'ii of their little grandchild who is not expected to live. FROM fr.n Aff Tartu Miss Grace Spears visited Miss Pearl Beaubien Sunday. Mr. Bellows has been sick and a substitute Mr. Earl Ward carried the mall several days last week. Mrs. Gertrude Johnston is report ed to be doing very well after hav ing an operation some two weeks ago. Mr. Shirley broke his car down on the way to school Monday morning and had Mr. Chesnut teach in his place. The vnunc fnlka haA n i,nnn.. .-... t near Tom Brown's Saturday nicrht Had no Sunday school or' singing on account of bad weather. Misses Leila Bennett and Ruth Crowell have started to school. The attendance is improving some. ITEMS FROM PRITCHARD A big rain fell here Sunday and aundav nlp-ht Rimmnn. .,. i.i as it stopped the water hauHncr. Jewell McPherson spent Monday night with Neoma Pearce. Bro. Bryan Abernathy from Bok chito will preach here next Sunday and everyone is invited to come. Miss Lula Halley who has been sick for some time fell Sunday night and broke her leg just above the knee. She is doing as well as can be ex pected at present Mrs. G. A. Griffin is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hamilton made a business trip to Bokchito Tuesday. John H. Simmons left Friday for Cooper, Texas to be gone for a few days to visit friends and relatives. Willie Neighbors from Robinson spent Monday evening with Richard Meadows. Robert Spoon and Georgia Martin were married In DnrnTif ThimilDir The groom is the eldest son of Mr. ana Mrs. j. m. Spoon, he was one vl mib worm war soldiers; ne saw ...... ..., WH..P... M..V. ..) m AaiiV jruUll man. The bride is the charming daughter of G. W. Martin. She was born and raised near here and is a fine vnnnff Inrltr TKmf .v.1..m tln:. friends by their acquaintances. We wisn mem a long ana nappy journey through life. FROM VEACH GROVE Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lane and son f!hns T.ee snenf Tnocilnv iicVif wltli Mr. and Mrs. James Smith north of Armstrong. Rev. Craig of Durant filled his reg ular appointment Sunday at the school house. Sunday School at 10 and preaching at 11. Ollltn n tinman, nf nui rvila nn.1 boys enrolled at the Normal Monday. THE Dtoant WirayTfY rcmyft Sam Pruitt moved Monday to the Frank Crawford farm. Mr. Pruitt has lived in our community for a number of years. We regret to lose mm. Our Ins will ho rhh nt..-:;.it gain. We wish them success in hi.ii- new home. G. W. Seelcy sold two fine Jersey Dairy cows to Clark Bros, this week, for their Dairy on the Hagood farm. Mr. T. A. Russell was the guest of his mother, Mrs. T. D. Russell cast of Durant Thursday. Mr. John Smith has a sick boy. Dr. Hagood was called in Friday morn ing. Mr. C. Y. Reynolds is running his peanut thresher south of Allison at Mr. Everett's. Rev. Craig held preaching at the school house at 7 p. m. Friday (last week). A good number greeted him. ITEMS PROM PIIJTI i? On the account of the rain Sunday fachool was postponed Sunday. Bro. Tucker was present Satur day night and preached to a large crowd , but on account of the rain there was no preaching Sunday. Prayer meeting was greatly en joyed by a large congregation Wed- ncay ?,ieht at Mrs Lvdin Risner's. Mrs. Decker is improving some at this writing. Mrs. Lydia Risner and daughter, iuji.ee ien oaiuraay evening to spend a week with her mother at Bokchito. i .Mr: DV,M Bannpr Jnadc a business trip to Durant Monday. Mr. Fmd T.inrllnv .ml A t. -n Jr. attended to business in Durant ouiuruay. . Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Rose' and sons of Hatcher snenfc Sntnrn,. ,!..!,. with mother, Mrs. Gentry. mr. waiter nayes and Jim Pol stum left Friday for Paden, Okla., to attend to business. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones spent Sun day afternoon with relatives near Blue. Mr. J. B. Cross Dined with Mr. T. F. Lindlcy Sunday. Mrs. Bonnie Russell and Miss Oval Hnllerburton was shopping in Durant Friday. Miss Bertie Reason nnd sister was shopping in Durant Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Cola Stanford made a business trip to Durant Friday. Mr. J. F. Cox spent the week-end with his brother at Bokchito. THREE Published Nov. 17, 1922. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing personal taxes for the follow ing years and amounts are due and delinquent and that unless paid with in 30 days from date a tax warrant for the collection thereof will be? fin sued as required by law: BOKCHITO TOWNSHIP J. J. nnd B. F. Walk, 1010, $13.08.. J. J. and B. F. Walk, 1920, $17.12. J. J. nnd B. F. Walk, 1921, $10.92:. Doted this ICth day of November 1922. J. A. MOORE, County Treasurers Dr. J. L. Reynolds Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and Glass Fitting Durant, Okla. Over Corner Drag Store xyP SANTA CLAUS' has sent us pur presents ahead of time and we are now puting them on display for your in spection. Have yours put aside before they are picked over. DURANT BOOK STORE 'Phone 699 204 W. Main Plows and Harness You are now thinking of plowing and breaking. We have a complete line of Gang Plows, Sulky Plows, Turn ing Plows and Middle Breakers. PLOW SHARES If you need a new share for your Avery, Moline or King man Plows we have them. HARNESS Our stock of Harness was never more complete than it is right now. We bought our harness, collars, etc., before the recent advance in prices and offer the best values you will find anywhere. E. G. McKINNEY HARDWARE CO. 298 West Main 'Phone 61. Temerlin s Reorganization Sale Opens Friday Nov. 1 7th 9 A. M. Closes Saturday Dec. 2nd 1 922 FREE! FREE! To the first 25 Women enter ing Our Store at 9 o'clock Fri day morning, we will give abso lutely free one five yard Ging ham Dress Pattern. Get your tickets at the door. Doors open promptly at nine o'clock. 14 Days of Fast Selling $50,000 Brand New Merchandise CONSISTING OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES, SWEATERS, UNDERWP3AR, COMFORTS, BLAN KETS, BAGS, TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES. Reason for This Sale Mr. M. Temerlin who has con ducted this business for the past 17 years has taken into partner ship his brother, Pink Temerlin, who in the future will have ac tive charge of the business. This reorganization makes it neces sary to reduce our stock. Uest Cotton sewing thread AC per spool Best silk sewing thread CC per spool, all colors J Brown Sea Island Domestic AC per yard A" 9-4 bleached Pepperell Sheet- OQC ing yard Ou Heavy grade bleached Canton 1 AC Flannel, yard " 50c Poplin, big range of colors 1 QC yard J-' Good grade brown Canton 1 AC Flannel, yard 1" Fine Grade bleached Domes- QC tic, yard Boys' and Girl's School (PI ACk Shoes plK Women's Shoes, regular (PI AQ $5.00 to $8.00 values pl.J0 Extra wide Torshon Lace 10c OC value, yard O Large size 20c towels now 1AC It is impossible to list the thousand and one bargains we offer in this limited space, but read our big two page circular to get details or better still come to our store and see for yourself. Below we quote you a few prices, but there are hundreds of other bargains at this store. Eve vy article in this big stock has a red tag with the price marked in plain figures COME BUY SAVE. Men's Suits and Overcoats Men's nnd Younpr Men's all wool Cashmere nnd Tweed Suits formerly sold for $22.45 now $12.45 Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses Stylish Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men, helted Models. Former price $25.00 now $14.85 Men's raincoats that sold for $8.00, really heavy enough for Overcoats, only Women's lone; coats, sport Models, fine Polo cloth, Stylish and nifty, worth $15.00 now on- ly Indies' French Serge Suits very stylishly made, beautiful trimmings, former price $25.00 go for only $14.85 Ladies Skirts, beautifully made of Poirct Twill, box pleated ef fects. Regular $0.00 values yo for V HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS IN THESE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENTS THAT WE HAVEN'T SPACE TO MENTION BUT WE ASK YOU TO COME TO THE STORE SEE THEM AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BARGAINS OFFERED. . TEMERLIN 17 Years Successful Merchandising in Durant $1.00 Men's Knit ties go Arc for 4D Men's heavy bleached QfC Union Suits Ot Men's Dress Pongee Shirts AJTC only yj Men's Maroon Jersey Sweat- QAC ers go for Ot Men's Novelty Hats in new (Pi A( fall shapes yLJtU Men's Extra Good Work C7C Shirts 0 Men's 20c hose all colors . QC only 2 Men's dress shoes in black (Pt Jr or brown, all leather p.-9 Men's Khaki Pants, good (PI QC grade at only pXOD Men's and Boys' knit gloves 1 AC big values xtc Men's Heavy Cotton Sweat er Coats only $1.19 One lot Men's soft collars go for only 12'