The Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 16, Ed. 1, Friday, April 21, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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The Durant Weekly Sewa
n i: M KVAXS
Entered im Mroul -ln.. i-wl. t.-iiitr at the
asMtoffire nl Durant Oklahoma under et
I Congress nf Mm-rh 3. 1879.
Pu-blithed ctery Friday at 114 North Third
Avenue Durant Oklahoma
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FRIDAY. AlMtIL IM. 1 !22
SELF-RULE FOR EGYPT
In 1010. after having killed much
big game in Africa and having in-
spected the Prussian Guards as they
goosestepped before the kaiser Theo-
dore Roosevelt .smashed several pre-
cedents and started the world and
more particularly the British Empire
when he declared in his Guildhall ad-
dress: "Now cither you have the right to
be in Egypt or you have not. Either
it is or it is not your duty to es-
tablish and keep order. If you fail you
have no right ;o be in Egypt. If. you
do not wish to establish and keep or-
der there why then by all means
Great Britian did not dream of do-
ing other than keeping order and not
setting out both in Egypt and in Ire-
land. But scarcely more than a de
cade has passed and the great deeps
underlying what men had come to
regard as an established order are
broken up and to the surface has come
new forms of government and new
alignments of peoples undreamed of
by England or her lecturer that June
day in the Guildhall.
First of all the Great Dominions
of South Africa Australia and Can-
ada awake to the consciousness of
power and begin to speak with au-
thority in the imperial council.
Seven centuries of conflict in Ireland
and in the granting of autonomy to
Irishmen though it ioniums to be
Been what they will do with it.
And rtow Egypt ruled in absolutism
and overrun by conquerors since the
days of the Phnroahs. achieves vir-
tual independence. The protectorate
is not entirely lenioved; the .Suez
canal and the road to India wheie
other storm clouds gather must be
guarded and no othr great power
must succeed in Hritian's place in the
government of Egypt.
The world is not yet safe for de-
mocracy but it becomes every day
more dangerous for those forms of
government which do not recognize
the progress of mankind in capacity
for democratic government.
A LESSON IN COURAGE
Fourteen months ago Lillian Ixir-
raine. a New York actress slipped
nnd fell down li flif'ht of stnirs. Sthi
was picked up. broken up broken bv nM' Wl'" bl' u nfegiinid the welfare
paralyzed back. Her nhvsicians t students if they are permitted to
frankly told her .she could hope fi
nothing better than a bed-iiddm life
that lerovery wa- beyond hope and
But last week tu returned to
Broadway the trealor of a new tole
in comedy. She was able to do tlii
because he hail lived up to the pi t it
that was in her declaration to her doc-
tor? : "I am going to get well. My
back is broken but not my neive. If
rirht thinkitiL' will heln vou to belt.
me. I'll give it to you eveiy minute .'' fellowship. Mich a man may
of every day." 'never achieve gient fame but he is
Thus." I.iliian L. aim- has become ' mho to win a place in the hearts of
a lesson in courage and inspiration 'all who know him. His memmy will
to even' man and woman. She ha always be a thing to cherish and
demonstrated anew the elemental truth when he has quitted this life and
that courage is the thing that counts his soul has departed for that mys-
most in human life. terious unknown region hi fi it litis
Without courage vou have neither may well and truly say of him: "He
the strength to endure nor the pow- was a man!" No higher praie no
er to achieve. Without it neither . better epitaph need be given or wiit-
talcht nor popularity can make you I
more thnn a lent on tne current ot
But. having courage there
force you may not tlefy and
your defiance good
Having it you
can laugh nt accidents anil wrest pro
fit from calamity nntl neither dis
ene nor financial disnster nor the fail-
ure of friends may keep you from
doing whatever you want to do.
ARE YOU A WEED?
Gertrude Hall has a poem in one of
the current magnzincs on the weed
which purports to give the metal at-
titude of the unwelcome plant in the
garden as it enjoys its little hour in
the sunshine before the gnrdner spies
it and punisheh its dnrine; by uproot
ine; it and throwing it aside to shrivel
What is the average weed's offense
in the world? It i? not merely m liv-
ing but in seeking to live in the gar-1
den under the "very nose of her fns-i
tidious majesty the rose." 'think the actor of the old days weie
Virtually every so-called weed tho 'better than the actors of today ex-
rcicntists tell us has a right to live Icepting purlin): llootlv and Unrrett
and has a real service to perform one of the old tragic school."
deserving to win the gratitude of
mankind if the truth nbnut it were
known. And tho offense for which
so many weeds pay tho penalty in
human hatred and in untimely death is
simply the offense of being in the
How many people are that way?
How many lives capable of giving good
fervice to the world are in the wrong
niche and get only rebuff repulses
and heart-breaking treatment ba
couse of it?
TUP IiisAHLKI) VETERANS
li.tnli.ii MtNiili-i. nifinal com-1 The doughboy with thi bayonet i
niamltr tf tin nonuiii Ltgion. in u I -till the most niiMirtnn' war device
ttitnt addifs mikI: iiiiny tffictr- -a Airplane artll-
'I phdgt you that the Ainerunn!t'r. mat him- gui.- pin- and tanks
Legion i- going tu fight fir-t foi the lair imimitnrt I .t tl.t arc in the
man who i- fighting tin fight di hi'
"Our big fight is for the man who
taint- back lame or blind who nnit
lie through thi- war foiever."
The whole A merit an people how-
eer divided the ma lie upon the
question 'f the soldiers' bonus- are
unitedly jyinpiithetii1 with this lirst
iliih of the American lcgion.
The first dut of the nation should
be to care for. sustain comfort and
compensate as far a possible the
young men disahhtl in the country'"
service during the world war.
Those who are no longer able to
help themselves becouse of their self-
sacrifice for the nation deserve from
it the most liberal treatment. And
they should have it now.
The American people will never pro-
test or complain against whatever is
done to alleviate the sufferings of
the soldiers who was disabled through
disease or wounds or accident while
in the service of the nation either
overseas or in training camp in this
Liberality liberality to the utmost
for the disabled veterans?
BABE RUTH'S BONUS
The New York World thinks the
New York baseball association has
done an unfortunate thing in con
tracting to pay Babe Ruth $r00 for
each home run that he knocks while
playing baseball this year.
It is all right to pay Ruth $7.r)000
u year the World says if he is worth
it. but it contends that the bonus prin-
ciple is wrong.
Suppose the World argues that the
pitcher of an opposing team has lost
the game and knows it and Ruth
comes to the bat. If the pitcher has
no unkind feeling toward Kuth. it will
be the easiest thing in the world to
slip him an easy one and let him
make SfilMI. Even if the pitcher is not
really willing to do this the know-
ledge thai Kuth stands to make $5." on
n home inn is tabulated to make the
pitcher nervous. It places him in nn
awkward position no matter how
honest he may be.
What do you think about it?
AUTO AND COLLEGE
The number of colleges wheie it
is no longer permissible for the stu-
dents to keep automobiles has been
lengthened by the addition of Prince-
ton. Among both men's and women's
colleges this restriction is becoming
The enfoicement of this rule rests
on good grounds. Having a car nt
I disposal creates a standing tempta
tion to take time .away from the
work thai the students should be do-
ing and tends to put undue emphasis
on tin- pleasure side.
And. too. the college head are not
motoi about the
.intij at will.
I'HK MAN WORTH WHILE Nothing will make a woman unban-
The man who i leally woilh while. 1Kr th.m withoul a ncw ).
it eem to us. is the man who pays lmj.s lt ;. . . n neighbor with a
hi bill a he goes tieat hi family P(w ))at-
nnil his ti it-mis laii'iy and -qii.uciy
i aboM- hoard with all mankind.
lie puts a i nib on his tongue and
keeps his hands busy with good deeds;
he refrains from petty anil malicious
goii anil spread the gopcl on
A Philadelphia builder advertises I
tnat all the houses he is erecting nrel
being equipped with radio telephone
rUniil't Mill llilf" I- VMUilllh J'V
talk. There is nothing thnt Ameri-
cans like better than a thing with nil
the latest impiovements.
A few years hence prospective ten-
ants after inspecting a house will
ask. "You hnve plenty of closet
room a large bath everything con-
venient and you have of couse. an
airplane landing on the roof?"
Airplanes soon will take off by ris
..!.... mill t liti to ftmirw- II inT T '
ing straight in the air. Airplane
I landini; on houe roofs in the future
will be as common
as garages tire
TI1K OLD TIMES
John Drew member of one of the
atrieal families- in the
the other day; "I do not
Everything looks better a long time;
after it hannens
Each generation is obsessed with
the notion that things nre going to
pot. compared with the good old days.
Fathers of today say: "High school
boys of today are not as smart as
those in my day." Their fathers told
them the same thing.
There is a growing feeling that de-
mocracy has changed since we fought
to make the world safe for it.
TnE PUR ANT
THE MAN THAT COUNTS
It is '.hi- s.-niH ( in all walks of
lite. It i- iilu.'i- the nun that counts
not tin- job condition or equipment.
The best bookkei per the Standard
Oil toinpany ti-r had wa .John D.
Rocki-fellei. He did not merely keep
books; Ik luuVu'il ahead and made
good i.s.- t.f hi opportunities.
The raw ii.il unfortunately is not
inie a1 it might be.
March did not bring u much good
weather but April May.
A stock poo) apparently i a place
where r-uiki-r are taught.
A bonus giver to buy votes would
be worse than no bonus at all.
Many prospective heir had rather
have a deed than a will.
The political pot will boil with no
other fuel than hot air.
With a politician patriotism and
patronage are synonymous.
Paris wants to reform the modern
dance? Anybody object?
One way to make a man hard-
boiled is to keep him in hot water.
You will probably miss it if you
judge a husband by his wife.
Success often brings- poise but
more often avoirdupois.
There stem. to be a growing sus-
picion that the bootlegger are not
paying their share of the income tax.
Good new. of the vegetarins: The
packing hoiises leport that they lost
money last year.
A machine has been invented that .nd met with an awful mishap;
shuffles anil deals card. Does it'j.0r 1 awkwardly emptied a bottle
also feed the kitty? vt 0(ia ali over her Ia)(
.But Mary was gentle and gracious
Piemier Bnand of Fralice .ays i I'm- none is sn tnrtfnl ns lm
golf is silly. He may be wrong
he is with the majority.
People who ay the world is get-
ting worse are piobably not getting
any better themselves.
Sensible people will not drink boot-1
leg whiskey and it doesn't make much
difference about the other.
It will take move tae. to raise
the bonus nntl the bonus will raise
taxes. And there you aie.
Yes we still have some soldiers in
Germany. And nobody seems to know-
when they aie mining home.
Now that the baseball season
getting under way mot of us are
losing our intiie-i m European
Half tin people object to support-
ing the goeiiiment. and the other
half wants the go eminent to support
The trouble about i-iuring movu -that
will not ha nn the children :
that grown ptople do not want pic-
tures of -l.nt kind.
Sonit metropolitan churches aie
installing wirele outfits to dis-
tribute the sermons. But how about
j The Irish people have yet to learn
that political freedom i n thing to
be used sparingly and with a great
'deal of can' ion.
Some tongrissmen are still tiyinc
to fintl out whether the taxpayer m-
the ex-servile nun have the preatt-t
number of vote?. .
IH'DK unAi. RHYMES ::
a n :: :. a a :: a :: a a a a a
The Milk Way
The roe i- red the violet hhip.
wie scouts drink milk nnd o should
you. tlf all mean words to
Minnie "the meanest aie "She1
.!.:.. . 1...1 .in. i . .
-ui.i.. mi. iiuih iias vitamiiii's and
fat to put the plumpness' on her !at-.
Iocphiis Spnggs. though lang and
lean built like a stringle-s crcin-1
bean by drinking milk would -o...
appear as chunky a a roatingea- i
not pale and thin and phantomilki
hut plump nnd Golden Ilantamliki !
Consider Cnsms. llrutus' chum. win.
stabbed .1. Cnesar in the turn. He had
a lean nnd hungry look and et the
wicked ci I'vso he took. Yea I will bo!
you what ou dare thnt Jeremiah tv.v
als-o spare. He makes a grim ami
grouchy noise that shows his need of
avoirdupois. 'Twas lack of brindle
eows. I think thnt put the ancients
tm the blink. Had they drunk milk -o
fresh and snappy they might have
been much less unhappy not hnlf o
mean nor half so s-crappv.
a THE OFFICE CAT
t: :: a :: a a a a a a a a a tt a a a a
If .Mr. Iiryan should
get the Democratic
nomination for Sena-
tor from Florida it
would be just his luck
to haw Florida go Re-
vhy i.s your wife s0 jealous of
she used-to be my stenographer."
SHE KNEW A HOG
woman was waiting to buy a
ti -"t for n concert when a man
litiTped into her. She glared nt hiiy
fi ng it was done intentionally.
Well." he growled "you needn't
t me up."
You are perfectly safe" said she.
"I .iin a Jewess."
THE AUTOIST'S WINTER
N. w I go out into the cold.
1 i ray the Lord my tires hold;
' urn- should bust before I'm
I nay a spares' upon the rack.
I'd like to make the styles for men
I'd change the hair cut to begin
It looks just like a DUST MOP now
And a baldhcadcd cut looks pretty
thin A. G.
AL SNYDER SEZ
Tver notice how some of these hot
hi.uli'd guys cool off when they get
Bill Spivens says the job doesn't
make the man; it's the big man who
make the big job.
Haidly any motorist believes in
sign such as this: "Speed Limit 15
miles an hour."
I went to a fountain with Mnrv
And smiling with perfect composure
Said sweetly "The drinks are on
Did any one ever see a woman who
could look intelligent while talking
to a baby?
SHIPPED BUNCH OF HOGS
Harrison Brothers shipped ninety
head of fat hogs to Oklahoma City
the past week which were sold on that
market. They report that five head
of the hogs were dead when the lot
arrived and they value the five at
ITEMS FROM BLUE
Many of the farmers in this
The 'jon nre replanting their com
first planting did not come up be
cause of so much rain.
W. I.. Diciis and family of Durant
spent Sunda with i datives of this
Some young folks attended an
Enstcr egg hunt at the home of Mrs.
Dicus. All reported having a pleas-
There was no preaching here Sat-
urday night because of the absence
of the in eat her.
Mr. Bradford and family of Fort
Woitli Texas aie visiting Mrs.
Bradford's sister Mrs. Simms of this
Miss Coy Coi ley -pent Saturday
night with her friend. Ozella Dicus.
Morris Alder is visiting home folks
There was no pieathing here Sun-
day night on account of bad weather.
Mrs. II. B. Brown of this place is
visiting relatives at Boswell.
FKOM DOWNING CHAPEL
Farm wark has advanced in nn un-
usual way in the past week although
the rain of Sunday night will cause
a few days delay. With abundance
of moisture all growing vegetables
are looking fine. Fruit crops are
very prosperous in this section.
Miss Clara Daniel and Nancy Aus-
tin attended prayer meeting at Un-
ion Grove Sunday afternoon.
Mi'ses Vada and Hyle Jackson of
Holder were callers in tho Daniel
Bro. Austin Greene will preach at
Union Grove just opposite the Spring
farm Sunday afternoon nt two o'clock
and Sunday Sthool will nlo be or-
The F. L. U. delegates went to
Atoka Thursday to represent the
Downing Chapel lodge.
Some few attended the party at Mr.
Trent's Saturday night
There is considerable talk about
more or less of the early corn hnv-
ing to bo replanted. '
Mrs. C. C. Austin who has been
ick for some time is gradually re-
gaining her strength.
CAR!' OF THANKS
want to say I thank the good
people of this community for tho help
they gave us in the sickness and
death of our -father P. C. Peoples
deceased who died April 12. 1022.
May God bless this community is my
bet wish to all.
P. V. Peoples
M. E. Peoples.
LEAVING FOR MEXICO
O. T. England. W. F. Tyree and
W. C. Cnudill left Thursday for Dal-
las. W'aco Laredo and other points
in Texas and while away expect to
pay a viit to different points in old
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ni..-rll"ii Mnt 12. I"-.".'
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SMI) mr.NTV V1) STXTI'
Vkiii.i'ii. Wiirrui & Henley Company a
I. .in tiniri-. it nt.. Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Hi.- Stuli- id iiMiiIimiim in li T Im. -n
W W irnr.. .1 " lliim.ini I' K Dn
miii l I'.iin I'nnk Wnller unit W K
Vim nml i-nil id mil will tiKi- notice
Hull miii h.iti- I li .mil In I lie nl'iite
nimi-il i-iitirt In tin- nl -in- hi ni.-il iiliilntlff.
mi wlilih il Is iiIU-ki-i! Unit im Mnv -mil.
J0. Turn Munri- anil Kim' Moure ninile
i-M-i-nliil mill ili-livi-ri-il tn Hie plaintiff n
-.-rttiin prmni.K'in mile fur tlie sum of
f.nniMl. p.i)iilili. .Iniiu-ir 1st. I'i'-'l wllh in
I. rest at llie r-ile nf ten per cent per annum
frnm maturity unit iriiiilinK for tin- i.i
ini-nt f a reaMilialile nttnrni- fee ami nhiiw
Inc that llu-ie uns iliie nn naiil noli" the sum
nf .VJS.!H. Willi interi-nt therenii nt the rati-
uf ten per cent per nnniini from the 26th
ilut uf Mnrcli IH'JI. until p.ilil imd $:!). H!i
iiU'irne) fees. Ih.it helni: a re-imnalile at-
torney fie. mill shoitini! further that on
the same ihtt- the s'dil Turn Moore unit
ItoDi- Mnore i-wiiteil their eertuln prumls
ory note in the sum of $.13.1.00. ianll-
.himi.irv 1st. l!i'.".'. with interest thereon nt
the rate f ten per cent per annum from
uiituritt until paid anil providing for a
reannnalile nttnrm-t fee ami shnwinc that
there Is due en s.dd Hole the Mini of fl5.
". with Intercut thereon at the rate of
ten per cent pen nnnum from March 2Gth
1 !2J. until paid and the further sum of
if"l..'"i nttorne) fees that ln-ini: a reason-
aide attorney fee and showing further that
on the same date Tom Mnore and Hose
Moore made executed and di-llyered to the
plaintiff their certain promissory noto In
the sum of $534.00 payalde January 1st
!!21 the snid note bearing interest at the
rate of ten per cent per antiuui from ma
turity until paid and showing that there
was due op said note the sum of $514.00
with interest thereon at the rate of ten
per cent pen annum from the 20th dav of
March 1022 uml the further sum of $5.1.-
in as nttorne fees that helng n reason
aide uttome fee; and showing further
that on the same date and ns u part and
parcel of the same transaction the said
Tom Monro and Hose Monro exetuted ac
knnwlftljud and delhered to the plaintiff
their certain real estate mortgage In writ-
ing covering the following described pro
perty tn wit-
'I he W4 of SKiJ: K4 of SU'H and
ill Unit part of the W'K. of the SWU l)lng
Kast of the M. O. & G. Hallway Section 32
'lownship 8 Mouth K.inge !i Kat of the In
dun Meridian that said mnrtgigo w.is filed
for record in the office ot the County Clerk
of llrjnn County. Oklahoma and is recorded
in Hook :I5 at page 03 1 . th.it the said
mortgage Is subji-i t In a mortgage to the
Tiatelors Insurance Cnmp.in fnr fHOOOOO;
and alleging further th.it said mortgage
piotided that if default be made in the pay-
ment of the principal or lntcrct.1 or miv
p-irt thereof as tho same becomes due that
tho whole of said debt should at onco be-
come due and payable: and alleging fur-
ther that said murtgigu provided fnr the
pament of a reasonable attorney fee. nnd
i-xpressl w died appraisement nnd all be
' ft "-
More Men have bought Clothes here
this Spring than last Spring
THERE'S A REASON
These all Wool well tailored Ilart-Scliaffner &
.Marx ami Styleplns Suits at
29 and $35
are the best for the money the country over
Men don't buy them here because they love us
particularly but because their money buys
more all around value here.
Many all Wool Worsteds in both lines.
The best wearing fabrics in young Men's
And a guarantee of absolute satisfaction on
If you haven't bought yet. come look these over.
The Ilest Apparel under the Sun at the Most
FRIDAY APRIL 21. iS9g
lli fll of homestead exemption m-.i .
laws . the State of Oklahoma lr
Unlnrt l-lli. 1 1 . . (I....- .... .' Slid (.
three notes n Inlnl sum of $li7il!in ui i
Interest nt tho rate ot ten per ';"
nnnum from .Mnrcli 20th H12J ii ;
and the further sum of I7 b? ! MH
fees which Is secured b si I I ! on"T "1
uml alleging that the plaintiff I. "'"": '
ind Imlilei of said notes and mortirsf.. ..
11II1. lug further that I) Turiil ifci
1'iiiih. 11 T llreen W. w rW "V g-
Harrison. O. K. Dawson. 11. A 1. iT"... .
I Kaplan. Frank Walker and w K "!f'
lei ine claiming soino right Hue. 'Bti!i
or i-hinte in nnd In the re.il .. "'"
I.) said inorlgoge. x U ""-
And iiiu und each of jou mmt ...
the pelltion filed therein by the BbSSS
lief the 2nd day of June fi . ""
.: 11 petition w . luKt 11 as true j" '
judgment! foi said plaintiff for eii.-Vi.1
Willi interest thereon at the rate nf
per cent pi r annum from March SMb. 10?
1 until puld. and the further sum of tinViP
as nttorne.t fees and u decrte of tl
fixing .mil establishing plaintiff V!;"
giigt- us a fiist and piior lieu gilnt t
iiul te abote described ul7liet Sl
I to 11 first mortgage in favor of the rr.Y
er. Insurance Company for $8000 Ou lli
for an order directing the l . J
pent. wJtlioul appraisement to snti.fy 'fl
s.dd Judgment interest uttornej fn :!
i osts will be rendered; and the said it
mid itopied from assert tag an interlr?
right tit.- r estate in and to .ffd "7.
wuitorliii- Iti lha Hon nf U nl.l-at "'Tent
lit this jou will take due notice and mv.
em ourelt niiordinglv. '
M K.M.l'H II DAUaHEKTY?'"1'
I TTKKHACK i. Mac DONALD Dep''-
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1st iiisertiuu April 21 111J2
4th Insertion Muy 12 1U22
S'lATK OF OKLAHOMA I
COUKTY OF I1R.YAN. !" "
IN TUB DI8THI0T COU11T IN AND FOR
SAID COUNTY AND HTATE. "
John A. MacDonald Trustee Plaintiff
K r Ho)iies Defendant. J
The State of Oklahoma to E. T. Hitbw
Take notice that you have been sued U
the above named court In the above to.
titled and numbered case In which tat
plaintiff seeks to recover judgement anlm
ou In the sum of $2000.00 with interest
thereon ut tre rate uf six per cent per aa-
nuui from November SOth 1021 until pild-
It being alleged that you received a prefV
euce by the payment of $2000 ruude u
you by U. W. Lindley at a time when thi
said U. W. Lindley was insolvent that joi
had full knowledge of said insoleut- and
knew that the payment so made was a pre-
ference that the same was made wubia
four months of the adjudication of the uU
tl. Y. Lindley a bankrupt; and you am
uuswer suid petition ao filed herein by tas
pluiutiff uu or before the 2nd day of Jus
1022 or said petition will be taken as tnu
und a judgement for said plaintiff for
$2000.00 with interest thereon at the rtU
uf sit per cent per annum from November
3Uth 11)21 until paid will be rendered le-
uordingly and the attachment sutd out
herein against certain of your property de-
hiribed as follows to-wit:
Lot 3 lllock 152 in City of Darsnt
will be sustained und said property order
ed to be sold to satisfy said judgement.
Of this ou will take due notice tad
gottm yourself accordingly.
Ily KALPH II. DAUUHKlirY.
L'TTKHHAOK & MacDONALD
Atliirnejs fur Plalntif.
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Evans, E. M. The Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 16, Ed. 1, Friday, April 21, 1922, newspaper, April 21, 1922; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82987/m1/4/: accessed August 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.