Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 48, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 20, 1922 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SATURDAY MORNING ADVERTISER
SATURDAY MAY 20. iooo
Saturday Morning Advertise)
DISTltintJTED mEK In the city of
Darant bteaunp of liberal patronag
of adversers In this community. Look
fur It every Friday afternoon
PuMlnhed at 114 North Third At.
Ily n. M. KVANH.
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SATURDAY MAY 2(1. VS22
Train Service Will
Be Resumed On The
Frisco During Day
This paper was informed by the
local ticket npcnt for the Katy and j
Frisco that train service would he
resumed on a normal basis over the '
Frisco sometime Friday the wrecked
bridc;c this side of Super over Hor-
gy broken by n freight wreck Wed-
nesday at midnight having been com-
Engineer Hume and Brakeman Mc-
Danlel of the Fri-co Railway were
both instantly killed last Wednesday
night in an unexplained wreck of the
east bound local freight which oc-
curred at the creek about a mile west
of Sopcr. The engine and three
freight cars were precipitated Into'
the creek some thirty feet below. '
The local pulled out of Durant
Wednesday night after supper andt
arrived at Soper. The engineer and
brakeman started back about n mile
to take water taking the locomotive
and three freight cars and backing!
up. In some way. unexplained when
tho bridge was reached one of tho
cars became derailed and all three
cars fell off the bridge dragging'
the locomotivo with them and killing'
both the enBinePr nnd brakeman
About one-third of the bridge was
"Tflestroyed by the wreck nnd traf-1
fie was still tied up at Thursday'
noon although trains were able to .
come up to either side and transfer
Monday evening at eight o'clock
Miss Frances Rule served a most de-
lightful five course dinner at the
Cafeteria to the Hlllnmi-Fontnlno
wedding party. At the oppolnted
hour the guests arrived nnd were es-
orteil by Mis liuie to the hwiuti-
I'ul'y decorated dining hall.
The table were arranged in the
form of the letter II. and upon the
innerting table a large ban of
water containing a -m:ill idand had
bum placed. I'pon the island in the
veiy (enter -at a shippeil-wreiked
old maid her boat lay slmtteted up-
on the loeky shore and above her
head toweled a fifrnbnurd bearing the
v.-uK "The Island of Safety in the
Sea of Matrimony." To the place
cards were attached narrow pink lib-bon-
which after being gracefully
looped above lead to the Island of
Safety and there welo nttached to the
favors which aUo contained small
prizes which would indicate some-
what the future of the finder.
The following menu was served and
the guests afterward departed having
fully enjoyed the evening.
Sardine Canopy Ripe Olives
Tomato Rouillion Cheese Wafers
Roiled Squabs on Toast Creamed
Rice Cream Gravy
Hot Rolls Duttcr
Candle Salad Cheese Balls
Maple Parfeit Wedding Coke
THREE RESIGNATIONS FROM
Kt n ... ...!.... rt ll.ii li..fi4il f tn
'Durant Memorial Hospital held this
'morning. Mesr.s. H. C. Terrell Frank
Lewis and Green Thompson resigned
fi- in the board their resignations
accepted and the three following
gentlemen appointed in their places:
John Finney. George Ma.on and J. M.
Ilntihett. The three new members
weie i commend d b. the county
medical .oclety it is Miid.
Dr. 0. J. Colwkk nl-o handed in
his lesignntion as superintendent of
the hospital but the same was not act-
ed upon at the meeting.
BAPTISTS TO BEGIN REVIVAL
SERVICES NEXT SUNDAY
The First Baptist Church of this
city is commencing a series of revi-
val services Sunday morning. May 21
which will la't up to and including
June 4. There will be two services
daily at ten o'clock in the morning
nnd 7:30 o'clock at night.
The pastor. Rev. Ed G. Butler will
do the preaching. The singing will
be led by J. J. Blankcnship a great
baritone singer who has been singing
i here before accompanied by Mrs.
i Blankcnship at the piano and ns a
A beautiful stoonographcr who
draws a salary of $35 a week says
she has been successful becauso she
never spends more than a third of her
time powdering her face or fixing
After deliberating 30 minutes a
jury found a Washington woman
guilty of poisoning her husband. lire
mistake wa3 she didn't use a pistol
but seem to have n deep-seated pre-
judice against sprinkling poison in a
person's coffee. Capper's Weekly.
Multiplied thousands of dollars
worth of valuable property are ruin-
ed every year by each of tho above.
But the funny thing about it is that
the fellow who gets hit often fails
too have enough insurance.
If you are. not insured to the limit
call in and talk it over with us we
will appraise your property and mnke
suggestions with regard to properly
DO IT NOW TOMORROW MIGnT
BE TO LATE II
Salmon & Gilstrap
C. A. WOODWARD
'Phone 211 103 N. 3rd
Anybody view with alarm. It takes
real discernment to bo ablt to point
with pride these days.
M Fire Tornado Automobile
K3 . . . .
121 North Thlra
Keeping everlasting at one thing brlngB bucccbs.
Your field of operation to you may seem small but not
so Binall that you cannot make a success of it.
A bank account is an important factor in success.
Commercial National Bank
"Service That Really Serves."
120 N. Third!
We have purchased and will sell at a very great
reduction for the next few days the entire stock of
Millinery owned by THE VOGUE.
This is a new and a very pretty assortment of hats
and our prices are about 11 the original price.
Lot 1 about 30 Hats at r A and
Lot 2 30 Hats worth up to
$3.50 now only
Lot 3 30 Hats worth up to
$4.60 your choice
Lot 4 25 Hats Bold up to $G.O0
now only each
Lot 5 25 Hats and a dandy
selection at only
Lot G 30 Hats worth up to $15.00. your
choice of this lot for (JQ nr
Ready-to-wear and Piece Goods at very low prices
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We Sell For Cash and Save You Money
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(ant placet in the church and in the
Viol. She wa n graduate from
t . Southeastern State Teachers
'-w nnd ali-o had received her B.
Dogiee from S. M. U. She was a
i fiber of the Kappa Delpa society
W. C. A. Sooner Club. Work
. ip. nnd Choral Club nnd has made
i an enviable lecoid here as
t her in the high school.
'r. Ilillitirn is a minister of fine
a1 .'ty who has made quite a record
in S M. U. He has received his B.
A. degree with high honors and is
g'.a'iy neiovcd by tne student body
win have often selected him for
pi i e of honor among them. He was
for a long time Kditor of the Cam-
pu a .sparking monthly periodical
ni'ifh prized in the student world.
At the last meeting of the students
he was elected president of that body
for the coming year. He i.s nlso a
member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fra-
ternity. Mr. Hilburn is preparing for
the foreign fields and will continue
nt S. M. U. and Ynle till he receives
his D. D. degree and then sail for
Japan where he nnd hh young wife
v ill enter upon their life work.
The be t wMies nnd prayer of
their friends will go with them where
! their paths may lead.
.Inst fur information will the five
I republicans from Carter county who
forced John Fields to become n can-
didatc for governor all be able to
i stand pat on election day? It would
be a calamity to lose Carter county's
five bravo souls.
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LEAGUE OP YOUNG DEMOCRAT '
TO MEET HERE FRIDAY
It is unnounced that r.
night of this week tho organization
of the county unit of the League of
j Young Dcmocrnts will bo perfected t
a meeting to bo held at tho court
house. On that occasion Denver N
'Davh-on. of Coalgate State President
of tho League will be here nnd deliver
DR. W. M. K. CHATTLE
Eye Ear Nose and Throat. i
Office over Kimbriel's Drug Stort I
Associated with Drs. Colwiclc A
r Col wick Memorial Hospital
j Durant Meat Market
Highest Mnrkct Price
j Paid for Cattle nnd Hoes
A. W. MASON Prop.
Ill So. Sec. Durnnt
Dr. J. L Reynolds
Eye. Ear Nose and Throat
and Glaus Kitting
Over Corner Urug Ston
Trades Day in Durant is going to be a
success. This store is anxious that it
be We're showing it by making prices
for the one day that will make it to your
interest to COME EARLY.
75 Men's Three
Piece Spring Suits
Strictly all wool and well tailored. Only
the best makes. These suits are taken
from our lines of $29 and $35 Suits. Sizes
are from 34 to 44. Many are the hard
wearing all wool worsteds a few blue
sergeB in larger sizes
50 Boys' Spring
Suits-Sizes 10 to 18
All are all wool made to withstand
hard service nothing cheap about them
but the price. Bring the Boy in and
take advantage of this offering
Bf erf 'V J
10 Dozen Tom Saw-
yer Shirts & Blouses
One of the best garments for Boys its
possible to buy. These are $1.00 $1.25
and $1.50 values all sizes every one
guaranteed. Buy them by the half doz-
75 Pairs Men's All Leather Dress
Shoes and Oxfords
in Blacks and Browns. All sizes and
widths. Every pair is of high grade quali-
ty and will give good service. Come early
while your size is here. TRADES DAY ONLY
NOTE the above prices are made as an inducement to you to trade in Durant Trades
Day. Prices quoted are on high quality goods and are guaranteed satisfactory aa us-
ual Nothing is cheap but the price.
Whether you come to Buy Sell or Gaze at the antics of the
Aerial Circus We want you to visit us and say "Howdy."
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The Best Apparel Under the Sun nt the Most Reasonable Prices.
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Evans, E. M. Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 48, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 20, 1922, newspaper, May 20, 1922; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc83259/m1/2/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.