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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 April 1914

'1 & THX DURANT WEEKLY NEWS tf (7 if Lii ! c I . !- rV ' ) LOCAL AND' PERSONAL. DOINGS 'Clf- Miss' Nollo McDonald has returned from Okmulgoo, whero she wont tar, a visit sovoral',weeka ago, and Ja again with Perkins Bros, store in this city. f . ' f , Do your eyes hurt? If BO.J-bare them . examined, and if It isj.hc'ccs sary for, you to -wearMBses havo them, fitted by Dr. I. Levy, knowo-as aa oxpo'rt optician. Ho will bo. Tat th? Ativood Hotol Thursday, April ,30th. ' ' '',;." n Clifton Muckey and Lewis" Paul lta, Jr., student at tho 8 tatoTJnl Ver sify, Bpont a part of, last week noro visiting thoir homoroHts, " vjCounty Attorney Turnbull.nnd As Blstant Moore ,went to Oberlin Mon- day to investigate tho death of a n'egro who was found dead- thoro a .row days ngo. itic inougni umt - the negro was murdered. . Local camp of the. United Daugh- tera .of tho Confederacy, hold their I , , . ,. meeting last Sunday, at which tlmo Mrs. Narcissus Clementine Brad tho organization presonted...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 April 1914

..rr. y. , ..jt--i-l-IMHlittl h,,,. f "ff . . ... ft rfnn ii i I i iiffrti) ant in ifrifl untnu'lf i j ' 1 i - j. siks '(..' v r THE DURANT WEEKLY KIWI i'' '-j KPub 3 HRMM-MwnaHM 'Public Health J Department 4. DT DR. J.'C. MAHR. STATE CO-tMIS-IONKll, OF HEALTH 'it. ' ' h .fcusr ,ta Oellovlng that forowarncd Is foro-jposeil of food waste and animal ;& ta"imc(l wo tuku occasion at Uts tltnd pynsto. All klthhon garbage should Jft tt0 Cl"-0 the nttotitlon of tho neoplitttb bo kept In a can with a top 'or a 4' sromoof t'' conn,on dangera:wltlrfrovor. If tho covor la loft or, 1, y jwhloh wo nro likely to be confront- la a breeding plate for tiles and' nrT'(lil. Din tiovl rttlr mntttVia .' linn. . l.s."f Ahn n DnllriA ftf nilr ctthlnlnp , UIII ...W .111V .WM. .nHVHO(lUir UI71VIU1V . O.......V vm. w .. . ..(. .X.. in that some may profit bjr? thoso trouble for the garbage ctn, Is us jvords rff warning and ndyltjL . i unlly lilaced close to th'o dlhlhg J First. Satisfy yoursolLtiint. tho...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 April 1914

laflfe THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWvS : - , , , , . -X : n. V IV t i i ,.;i- Q 1 . r V HATCHEK flOHOOli JIOU8K. Rev. Mathls of Caddo will preach, .o jioxt Saturday night,' Sunday1 1 Sunday nigHt. MIbs Mary O'D&a vlaltcd friends at dorniott latft week. Mrs, Mathla and her,- daughterr Mary, visited her. dtlughter, ' Mrs.j ( Tj,a ho lsa nienib.or. oftlio firm lteed. . ' .'iS- ' "'of Downing Grocery "Company, do- Mesrs. M orcrtiii , nnd' llorrlntr ofi.'. ,; n dhnrfii ,.-,.... i.. ., i o, .,---- .-j-,-.., I " Blue attended, Sunday-School, here s Hunday. . - ", -- ,. Mr. and 'Mrs. Hugh (HlbdonlAo .Kenoflck visited his' parents ; hero I CY.....1...2. 1 f.. . OUUUU4 'f,,j Miss Ethel Eickhoft Is on tile eick. list this week. '-,,.'., ? MIbs Pearl Farmer' visited 'Itiftth Hush Sunday. ',.''. , Jnmos Wallace was a visitor nf Plpnsant Hill Sunday. ' . ' . i?' dilAani'ihnfrni fnf flr1nllrttlniAr-J? .. "" i""r."r ..::;. ..r ;: : :l ,' Kansas 10 iuue ieui wu uhvviuv ,' hint In hla exclusive 'territor...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 April 1914

jlyjy . .' " S.4. - V ti. ' THE DORASI WEEKLY KIWI 8 s t 1" -MK&t V IBM '' . tti t. -&- WfcL " .jat-rrv'J ITSi-'iBflffliattSa J 5 " M n $P "Wb . ffW,"r SHQIS AND-f ' fc d V . . . f . i' "- Vfj tf -ft , rwcrD no V J X I 7 1 I 7l' J ' nV . V iff.- ...'VV '. Mon'Bjdxfords In Tan, Patent, Guu MejalfnndKMbuttbnor laco. VfJ$ allcsues and widths, prlcos ........ .,-v.in ' r$2.5Qt0 8o.75 C ' -.- iMeVsworkhoos, all kinds, all Solid Uolitker, prices ,81.50 to S3.00' Jf. 1 Ladles' Oxfords In Patent, Satin, Gun Metal and Kid, all the new style f , f ,J heels, in button, lace and Colonial pumps, prices , . . . .81.50 to $3.50 Misses' and Children's Oxfords In Patent, Tan and Kid, in button, lace, or pumps, all solid leather, prices , . '. $1.00 t0 82.50 'f& i w $ atmn 1 r . )lg assortment of Meters. fWomen! and Children's " (white Canvas Oxfords, Just-' 'the thing for hot weather. ? fall new styles, prlcos ?1,00 '4 &to , 82.50 i (Stetson Hats a Specialty.' New Spring Specials V'n...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

Durant Weekly News 7T y. mt ' BOClcly OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OV BRYAN - 1r is volume xvni. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, tflUDAY, APRIL 81, 1011. NUMBER IT. AMERICANS IN COMPLET WILL JOIN CONTROL OF VERA C AR WITH U.S J Six Americans Killed in Two Day En gagement. Mexican Death Roll Thougth to be 200 or more Wilson Asks Congress for $500, 000 Appropriation to Bring All Americans out of Mexico. Tn n special messngo to Congress Wednesday President Wilson asks for nn appropriation of $500,000 Im mediately to bring Americans from Mexico. Marines ana oiuojackots of tho American navy Tuesday took tho customs Iioubo and a largo section of Vera Cruz with a loss of four billed and twenty wounded. Tho loss of tho Mexican garri son was estimated at 200 killed. This was tho first stop In tho pro gram of roprlsal by tho United States against tho Huerta govern ment for tho arrest of American bluojackots at Tamplco and other offenses "against tho rights and dignity of tho "United Statos." Hear Admir...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

P" -."nmMinrtMt iift'nWP ,.U- iXi THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS JUDGE ROBERT M. AAKMWWVWMMVSMMV This paper has been authorized by I had been Inherited from tho Federal Judgo Robert M. Ralney of Atoka i courts, to a point where they could to announce that he will bo a candl- bo handled with some hopo of catch dato for Judgo of tho Supremo lng up. Court, subject to the action of tho voters at tho Democratic primary, August fourth, nest The following nre somo of tho comments of tho press relative to Judgo Ralney's can didacy: To fill tho office of District Judgo for a period of several years, to deal in a manner fair and impartial so as to meet tho approbation of lawyer, public, culprit, and accused, to win their lovo, admiration, confi dence and esteem, is indeed a great career and few men there nro big nough to do. But in tho person Oi our District Judgo It. M. Italney we find tho man. Absolutely fair, un prejudiced, courteous, broadmlnded. fearless and competent, he has dis charged the dut...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS .1 '?v r fs k- mff&m&wbwzssssBSxssQS 1 1 rwvjTwssaao I a I WfEtrajMamwgaRaQ SdMltaft iMCMr'- Wi&W Vft gUtt. aariflyH 1 Sip by sip here's pure j M enjoyment cool com- 1 fort a satisfied thirst I a contented palate. Jf N0 Demand the genuine by full name B8 k , Nl'-knaraeactioourage substitution, jfim THE COCA-COLA COMPANY jW . ATLANTA', GA. d& CIIISAl'KIt PAVING KOIl DUUAXT HAHDIT BERKS WILLIAM'S PLACR OKLAHOMA'S STATU I)I3I1T. Whenever you sec an Arrow think of Coca-Cola DUIIANT TAKING OX BUILDING EKA. Many Residences llcing Unlit nnd nt Least n Dozen More Contemplated. Now Business IIouso Building in Sight. Durant seoms to bo on tbo dawn -of a building era the llko of which she has hot before soon, as evldence-1 by the number of business house) and residences that aro now either under courso of construction or be ing planned. Tho largo two-story building of Messrs. J. It. and B. A. McKlnney! and Clarenco Dyer at Fifth and Main is rapidly ncarln...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

ft .-wfrjf THE DURANT WEEKLY NE'tVS Durant Weekly News Official Taper of Bryan County. Published every Friday nt 114 N. Third Avenue Durant, Oklahoma. t -atii; i:2-3ESMajuakfeJ9uMKi ?OUR ni!Swliiit stfMflP' Jllfetflllfc Fai- fi I lis K-t H Entered as second class mall mat ter at the postofflco at Durant, Ok lahoma, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1873. . M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TEItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, In advanco, $1.00 Biz Months, in advance, GO ADVERTISING KATES and circu lation statement will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorized with out speclflod numbor of insertions will bo printed each lssuo until or dered discontinued by the ndvertlsor. Tho publisher reserves the right to rojoct any advertisement. ANNOUNCEMENTS. This paper Is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of tha persona whose names appear below for tha of Heea named, subject to the Democrat k primary, August 8th, 1914. rOS SHERIFF, kfci JOHN A PHILLIPS,...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 5 lv ' 1 i4 jL When you smoke try a J. 0, GADY HAND-MADE CIGAR Home Made, High Grade Just ask the man behind the counter to show you the 1 Home Product J. 0, GADY CIGAR MFG. SMOKE UP Air. and Airs. B. A. McKlnney loft Thursday on No. 2 for Now York, whero Mr. McKlnney "will attend to bunlncss as well as sight seeing. Whllo away thoy will visit Washing ton, D. C. and other places of In terest. O. D. Morris, superintendent of tho Colbort public schools, was In the city last Sunday afternoon. II. It. Williamson, Colbert's post mastor, was In this city tho first of tho week an business. II. T. Chiles was down from Cad do on business Tuesday of this week. .J. A. King was up from Calera last Saturday onb business. Tom King, cashier of tho First National Dank of Bokchlto was in this city on business Tuesday af ternoon. Jim King of tho Bank of Ayles worth was among the business visit ors horo Tuesday of this week. A. G. Hearndon was In from Yuba attending to business ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

V-M i ii liftfl i HWHilWpii.lH 1! mmm-. ?BffBHHI i-jurx,u.AJtj2iaa3JffiBSb..M THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS -l i u , Public Health Department fl BY OR J C. MAHU, STATjtf.fcOMMISSlONliJR OP HEALTH . . . J iinAim shots. Tuberculosis ran bo avoided; Sanitation means betur haiyllh. Know thino enemlot IfifoV Tub erculosis. (. Wo don't "catch" tyflhqjtl; tfe cat it. Community health .siiould bo ev erybody's concorn. Tho best thing about a window J raising It. A larger proportion of men than wonion die from tuberculosis. Death, Dirt Disease Shun a dirty neighborhood. Endeavor to mako your neighbor's front yard envious of your, back yard. First aid to cloan-up Disposition, Elbow-Groaso, Soap. Shovel, Jlako, Fire. A man may say that ho cares nothing about his own health, but as long as ho remains with us hero lclow ho should be compelled to give 'duo thought to tho health of others. It is tho little things In life that count and files are rapid counters. Havo you over beon Impressed with tho fact t...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

THE DURANT WEER.LY NEWS I lo w ' Coming to Durant UNITED DOCTORS Will be at Atwood Hotel iipnurnniu innii nrt a n m WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1914 ONE DAY ONLY Remarkable Success of These Talent ed Physicians In tho Treatment of Chronic Diseases Offer Ser vices Free of Charge. Tho United Doctors, Hconscd by the Jstato, for tho treatmont of doform jltics ami all norvous and chronic kllBcases of men, women and children, offer to all who call on this trip con sultation, examination nnd advlco frco, making no charge whatever, except tho actual cost of medlclno to you. All that In asked In return for these valuable services is that ovory person treated will stato tho result obtained to his friends and thus provo to tho sick nnd afflicted in ovory city and locality, that jit last trofe ironts havo boen discovered that 'ito reasonably Buro and cortnln In Tho doctors nro consldorcd by many former patients among Ameri ca's leading stomach and nervo spe cialists, and aro oxport in tho treat ment o...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 24 April 1914

nwMNMmMNMMW" mmKm&tl0llllfi' evwin. j, 4 jcuuyJIilll fe3i2iMM&&iiJ!MlftnitttilttlMMl w lliilaiiiiii-) i " " 1 V) "" THE DURANT WEEKLY NEW8 BUYING SUGGESTIONS M ' I i, , I Wn I. Hi 1 2 .I ttjl . ( r 1 1 Most Fashionable Spring Styles in Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel Novor before have wo boon so succossful In assembling to gether such a !handsomo showing of ladles spring suits in silks and wolo&stfljjllk dresses, crepo dresses, voilo and net dresses, llngorio'l4res8es,, skirls, coats and waists. A carefully solpcted assortment of outer garmonts awaits you hero, all tho novelty styles ofjfthq season as well as tho conservative Btyles. & ' o' .SPIUXO AND SU.MMER DRESSES. ' . Of cotton crepe, voilo and lingorlo effects, lnall of tho beautiful combination laco trimmings many of tho cropos are embroidered In colors, charming styles shown In every dotall, and theso dresses may bo had at any prlco .beginning at $3.45, $4.05, $6.45, $7.85, $0.85, up to i $20.50 AT $4.05fl ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

Vo ))' y. DURANT News WlEKlLY JK j. A to 1 -4b. VOLUME xi'iir.'' " -- official NJBWSPAPEE Or THB COUNTY OF HYAK- " L COLORADO BITUATlOftffllWAVE. "lVei1nesiiv,tf TlnlfTn Pnsffl Nln?(?5i4k- --,Mr Lives. Traco arranged nt JV?? IV DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 10147 -' NUMBER 18. Mino. Much Mining Property DCS fitroycd. Donvor, Colo., April 30. Colo rado's soron months' industrial con flict Wednesday claimed a toll of at least nlno human lives. This was tho vorlfiod record dlvidod as fol lows: At Forbes, sovon mino guards and on6 striker dead, with two other strikers bolievcd to havo been killed. At Walsenburg, ono offlcor of tho militia hospital corps killed, ono of- FIRST STATE RANK SOLD.' Messrs. G. ir. Pruitt, Ren Mlils and Mrlvcn Cornish Buy Control of Stock' of Local Institution. OKLAHOMA CITY ROOSTERS. Negotiations woro closed today wheroby Mossrs. Ooorgo H. Pruitt, Den - Mills and Melvon Cornlbh have, purchased a majority of A Hundred Livo Ones From tho Stnto Capital In n Sp...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

pMBc D3fiw ifaSfe '" ; ii "I" ',5WJ'!yfc! ' . ci MiiM -"V v n"v" tnTVI"fJ r- -0--I Tfe- r a THE DURANTE WEEKLY NEWS '4 0 'it !' J a. TMfe $$ z-io Drinks, ,-jf I it answers every beverage re- 1 quirement vim, vigor, refreshment, wholesomeness. jga TV w7 satisfy you. H Demand the genuine by full name HEMhKJ k JJIcknamei encouraffe subitltutlon. 89Pm9!Erw THE COCA-COLA COMPANY tBl Whenerer Xou aee an trow think of Coca-Cola. riiEA ron summer schools. JP. A. Clark, in Communication, Says Children ,of Cotton Farmers Do Not Get Proper Schooling. Ad vocates Summer Schools. The News has received tho follow ing: Editor of Durant News, Durant, Oklahoma. Please give tho following a place In your valuable paper. Yours truly, P. A. CLARK. Kenofick, Oklahoma. OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT MURDAUGH OF S. E. NORMAL. A PLEA FOR JUSTICE. It Is a notorious and lamentable fact that tho children of Cotton raisers are more poorly educated than tho children of any other occu pation. c These cotton -working chi...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

,h m- K I. ? iff IJH a jth v ;., I IH I I.H.I ! ! "j-.' !,1 ' ', ' ' , " '"" "T.TV?."'!" ' " " .JM JUDGE SUMMERS The candidate for Supromo Court -who invites an investigation of his character and ability, and -whoso friends nro pleased to recommend -him. Has sufficient ago and experience ON SOCIABILITY RUN ITINERARY. tourists on 2500 Mile An to Run Cov ering Flvo Stntcs Will Mnlco Da rmit Mny 18. (Special to The News.) Colorado Springs, Colo., May 1. More than 100 of tho principal towns in Colorado, New Mexico, Toias, Oklahoma and Kansas aro in cluded in tho itenerary of the auto mobile sociability run, the final schedulo for which has just been adopted. Tho trip will covor 2,500 Tillies and is. belioved to be the long est automobile tour over planned and carried out by commercial or ganizations. Early on tho morning of Monday, tMay 4, automobiles will start simul taneously from tho Garden of tho Gods near Colorado Springs and the Royal Gorge at Canon' City, meeting t Pueblo,.-where...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

.,,'''"tet'2 . "v K . . .. 'fr,;'-fc ' -laj Ww. m THE DUfcAHT WEEKLY NEWS,1) T --- -" D fit : ' i ' ( I. i Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published overy Friday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mail mat4 jx at tho postofflce at Durant, Ok Ishoma, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. X. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oho Year, in advance $1.00 JMx Months, in advance 50 ADVERTISING RATES and circu t&tlon statomont will bo furnished jrospectiYO advertisers upon applica jtlon. Advertisements authorized with eut specified number of insertions wui oo pnmea eaen issue until or dered discontinued by tho advortlsor. Tho publlshor reserves the right to reject any advertisement. ANNOlKCEMENTS. This paper is authorized to an trainee the candidacy of tho persona whose names appear below for the or Hen named, subject to the Democrat to primary, August 8th, 1914. FOX SHERIFF, JOHN A PHILLIPS, , Caddo, Okla. 1 . i...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

- rS , . SHE DURAJTT WEEKLY NEW8 tyi""tti vn,m ") rritTJ ft COLOUABO SITUATION GRAVE. REST ROOM ENTERTAINMENT. IFV m& -L W- . r ;, We Want Your trade and you will find our goods as represented. Our line 'of Staple Groceries can be relied upon as being always pure and fresh Housekeepers who know, and appreciate good Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Spices and Groceries of all kinds will be thoroughly satisfied with our goods after the first purchase. Lowest cash prices to be found in town. Highest cash market price paid for county produce. WOOD BROTHERS E. S. WOOD Phone 83 ' B. C. WOOD No. 124 North 3rd Avenue Farm Implements I can fix you up in any kind of farm Implements at the right price and terms. Special price on sweeps and hoes. E. M. BLANTON W. S. Knight, formorly manager of Perkins Bros. Durant store, now of Ada, spent Sunday In the city the guest of friends. , J. A. King of Calera was In the city Monday on business. A. S. Hamilton was In from his larm rest of Calera last Friday. Geo...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

-J-1" UAi&jLJtjjB!UXMBiiuxmlj "cr; -)y, - r . 6 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS U 7v I u lfl ., 'U r 1.1 1 We ' We're Wondering If you know that you're making a: mistake in not having us show you our stock, and quote you prices. It's money to you to allow us to do so. Come and see US - " - - - - -as - Rockwell Bros. & Co. Lumber, Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Roofing Builders Hardware. """-' r.zuu.-vumi-fiiu.rrrsr. iTTT-t '.." .K J.U: Iff Ji C2J Public Health Department BY DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE COMMISSIONER OP HEALTH The principles topic of Interest at the present time la the possibility of war with Mexico. General Sher man onco said that "war was hell," and this saying has since been usod as a fact, consequently tho public's will save many lives and much sick ness, and render our army much tnoro effective. Vaccination of the sollders against typhoid fever has eliminated this disease from tho army camps. Vac- Farm Notes of Interest to All (From Farm & Ranch.) Whole corn fed sparingly...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

fy K i ,. -' r ' THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS V &. h. ' I INTEREST IN AGRI CULTURAL CLUBS. State Institution at Stillwater Ilns Cliargo of This Work. " In tho Oklahoma boys' and girls' agricultural clubs thero Is lively In terest In tho subject of kafflr, milo and fetorlta growing. Theso clubs are undor direction of tho Agricul tural and Mechanical Collogo at Stlllwator. Prof. A. C, Hartonbow er has prepared a bulletin for thcao clubs In which he tells how to cul tivate tho sorghum crops. Ho Bays the cheapest and most efficient Im plement from tho timo tho crops aro threo Inches high until they reach n holght of sovon inchps Is tho ordinary smoothing harrow. This tool will conserve tho moisturo In the soil and kill tho woeds bettor than any othor Implement. Ho ad vises that when plants havo become too largo for cultivation with a har row a cultivator should bo employ ed. Kaffir, mllo, and fotcrlta should bo cultivated deop tho first culti vation It tho crops aro to be culti vated deep...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 May 1914

miHi WW"!.'' ! IV.'T.-C xx&toitJMaJi&s&miai2iM. " 1- ' 1 f 8 'tprTtj-rrTj-T-fT""'-!' THE DURANT WEKXLY NEW Ira EM Special Month of May 1 fimiKii. imvrt vu" , ss&aajUs u . I i vli V ! ft.. ir 1'"-''''- ,k Buying Suggestions V Complete to last detail is our immense stocks of '.Spring and- Summer Ready-to-Wear Apparel for Men, Women and Chil dren, Shoes and Slippers, Waah Goods, White Goods, Silks, Hosiery and Dry Goods. Matchless valuts in Spring and Summer Merchandise await you here ,,' ( and we invite you to visit our store arid see the results of our weeks of ,Y efforts exerted toward giving Our Customers the Latest Styles, the Newest .-Goods and at the Lowest Prices. ' Out-of-town Customers are placed on the same footing as those at , ,' home hy our Mail Order Service and we urge you to make full use of ' . ; ? this convenience. We deliver all orders outside of the city of Durant, except heavy staples. ' ; Orders for merchandise or requests for samples will ' he ha...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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