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rIpAy MARCH 4, 1921
THE DURAKT WEEKLY NEWS
AGRICULTURAL NEWS NOTES
United States Department of Agriculture
State A. & M. College Extension Service
L n n.inlan. miss anme Bule
Home Dem. Agt.
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Li,.h in this department "
Lh in ni ., t0 farm
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-- 1kf.i la vt&d
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any ."-, .d farm
i f,irm oevuiui""" - - -
''"... .k.t i reaulred I c-
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lcy '" "" u this
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n"of real Interest.)
nmmht ""I'" noar. , ,.
. v. .;i.miiBh. of Mead has
in- ' ".' ,... Tnrnnr Miller
',,y,'"k " fl no year-old boar
.'.'." "..,.,, mock. This Is
I"" r X imv,' Die Club
f List years
vrnMilm: Tm-s For TcnntnM
, . M-irshall, who owns a lot
'.""?' .Washita In this
, hn,tiin County and has some
ffour -nun.s on It. Is furnish-
irh ot t III' 11 " "'-" """ ----
Ihev an' p'"""" "" , , ,
arc being planted
Kim- V'S lrR ,,t,n' .
i..nl fine nurnc-Jcrsey pigs
I,, mi inouKht to this county
th lli'X unony sain uciu iut
at Okinnonia uij. ""
c ?i..l. Iwtutrht twn
lol.l Milts lth piB and Hen
nf Kf'licili'lt IKiUBni onu. juu
t HIP I'lllllliy '" "' "-""
Itv IiiiiikIiI tin- top ow "I l"e
inlHK ?'-" '(,r I,ur- n,lu "
ti'lK ami weighs about 700
Oiwii Nubs Kounil Hi'iv
I., K.innlo Hull, county deinon-
,r. foiiml Breen Iiubs in oats
It tnn mill's west oi uuraiii ihbi
Tin- green lniB. ot wnicn we
hoaiiiiB -o much, causes lots oi
bit- aciiiss IIimI itivi-r aim now
in if cninltiR on mis suiu.
a nlr.iit lntiso that sucks the
but of iiuiib oats.
IliiMH-cli'd I'l.iuts Tuodhy.
II. (iiiriliin. State KntomoloBlst,
Ihi'ii' Tnnsday and with the co-
btlon nf tiiuiity agent Iiuniap
lllnnii' Iii'inoiistrator Suss Ilulo
MUcral iiisiiertltins of sweet
in pLints and other seeds.
Chili Oigaiiled lit SHo.
K.nuiii' llule last week or-
Ecil a Kills cunning and poul
luli at Silo with eleven mem-
Offlieif "ere selected as fol
Ailiii UMitip. president: Ver-
piii'ici'. vlre-pre.-ldent; Virgil
Iimiii. nM'H't.iry-tiiMhurer. nrst
luctimii were given.
- o -ll
Mciiilii'i's nt Itlue
b"H' wen' t"U'y-foiir members
(li'il in a girls canning anil
ry dull iiiganled last week at
I iy .Mrs llule. who gave first
Imtioiis al-o. Officer electiMl
Iiinlli- .Mltchill. president;
li llnr.Mi, lri-preddent; Coy
Cluli'.M I'iillc, Too
iiiganiratlon of girl's canning
and poultry clubs has become con
tagious. Another one has been or
ganized by Miss Hule at I'lrt'.e, and
the first Instructions were given with
organization last Friday. Officers
elected were, Reba Williams, presi
dent; Julia Carr, vice-president and
Nettle Robo, secretary-treasurer.
There were fourteen original mem
School District Poultry Khow
A school district poultry show was
held at the school house at Kemp
Tuesday ot this week, somo dozen
or fifteen pens of good chickens be
ing on exhibition. Miss Rule Judged
the stock for the awards paid by the
school board. Cash prizes aggre
gated about 720.00.
Mats Meeting At Kemp
There will bo a mass meeting at,
the school houso at Kemp Friday
night, of this week, when Miss Fan
nie Rule, county homo domonstra
tor will tell of her work and Its
usefulness to the folks of the
county. Men, women and children
Milk llcttcr Thiiu .Medicine
if every child on every Oklahoma
farm drank u pint of whole milk
every day. the demand for dope
from the drug stores to doctor up
"doncoy" children would bo very lit
tle, uut there are many children
announces the following winner:
Leghorns, first, Forrest Whlttemoro;
second, Talmage Hall; On Reds.
First, Homer Turner, second, Leon
Jamison; On Duff Rocks, First, Ai
mer Rhodes; On Rarred Rocks;
First, Douglas Kemp, second, Jack
Stone, third, Coy Carroway.
Forrest, Whlttemorc, one of the
winners, gave Miss Rule his prize
money with which to buy him a set
ting of pure-bred leghorn eggs.
Held Three Club Meetings
MJhs Rule. Home Demonstrator.
held three club meetings Tuesday to
which she gave Instructions for the
month. At Achlllo, four new mem
bers were added, maklnc the total
enrolment, thlrty.two. Meetings were
also held at Connally School and at
I'ntd To I'rndurrr
Oats 45 to 60c
Peanuts 75c fa 11.00
Cotton Seed 18.00
Fat Cattle 6c
Fat Hoks ., tViC
flutter 33c hi 50c
Prairie Hay (12.00 Si $14.00
Iletnll Selllnit Price
Navy HemiB 7c
Lima Beans 10c
Sweet Potatoes, bushel $1.25
Irish Potatoes, bushel $1.35
J?1" cwt. $1.50 e $1.70
Cotton Seed Meat cwt 11.10
u" Ton $1.00
Durco mixed feed cwt $1.(1
Prairie Hay balo 60c Q 70c
Jesse Muliins of Durant spent
Sunday In Platter.
Edward Klllott will bo hero Sat
urday night to present one of his
Interesting programs. Ho is a re
nowned lltinnrntiiilnt. nn.l l li t.,.. 1
.- .4t .. .w.....w, unit It in IUIUII
that them Wii be a large attendance
as part of the proceeds will be given
to the school.
Antone Matz of Madlll visited
friends hero Sunday.
Mrs. (loo. Anderson has been sick
for the past three weeks but Is slow
There was no church Sunday night
on account of rain.
Hattle and Jessie Fisher ot Denl
son visited their parents here this
Mrs. Melvln Wanhnt la ti..l.nHA.1
..... .. U....V.. ,.-. iiuillUCICU
with the sick this week.
Kkks. fresh 40c
on Oklahoma farms who haven't had I l;nKlHh Bacon
.. ....... -. A iTIrv Halt Mnl
a taste of milk smco they were
weaned. Many of them wouldn't
like the taste of milk nt first. Is
legislation necessary to correct this
shameful situation? John Fields
in Oklahoma Farmer.
Warns Of (iiven Rugs
Pi of. C. E. Sanborn, entomolo
gist of the A. & M. College warns
us that, in his opinion, the damage
Dry Salt Meat 20c
Breakfast Bucon 55c
Boiled ham i 70c
Mixed Sausage l'Vic i 20c
Stew Meat 15c
Steak, chuck 20c
Slcak, round 30c
Steak, loin 30c
Boasts, rib , 25c
l..ird 12',ic tii 13c
Aptiles doz. 35c If 4.u
Orunires doz. 40c f 60c
Bananas doz. 50c
Corn Chops cwt. $1,70
from Breen bugs to oats will be the I itoasts, rump :. 2flc
worst since juiiy, ami mat me only
remedy to at, once stop the sowing
of oats and tho planting of somo
other crop instead. He says that the
green bug was developed dining the
winter in northern Texas and that
the spring winds are carrying them
into Oklahoma. The Breen Ijub Is
one of tho wort infestations of Brain
that has yet been found.
Prize Winners At Kemp Show
Miss Fannie llule, who judged the
winners nt the school district poul
try show held Tuesday nt Kemp,
Dr. J. L. Reynolds
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
and Glass Fitting
Over Corner Drug Store
ITKMS FROM FRAXKUX
The slnclnn- nt .1. M MlfnhnlPo nn
Thursday nlfiht was well attended.
a largo crowd attended Sunday
School last Sunday.
AIlSSOll fllllfl nll.1 Vm. Conn.......
and Homer Freeman were visitors
The farmers nrn Imltllni t,t lnan
the blatk birds out of the oats.
Miss Pearl Mitchell spent Saturday
night with Almn Cain.
O. S. Martin is improving his
Miss Lola Reeves, who is work
ing at Caddo, spent tho week-end nt
Mrs. Turner, who has been sick.
Mrs. Shaw of Malay is spending
the week with her parents, Mr. and
Rulh Lawrence, who Is attending
high school at Caddo, spent, the last
of the week at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith entertnlned
tho young folks with n dance Friday
ITEMS FROM CAL.KRA
Rev. John H. Doyet preached at
the First Daptist Church Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mrs. Jessie Hamlin ot Oklahoma
City Is visiting her sister, Mrs, Em
Mrs. Frank Perry visited her bro
ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Norton,. near Achllle, Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth I'll and Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Mapp this
Horn to Mr and Mrs. Author Smith
Saturday, February 26, a fine boy
Mrs. J. E. RIanks is reported as
much better .
Oats In this community are looking
Prof. George Frailer Is conduct
ing a Sunday School training class
each week at the home of J. L, Clin
ton. Miss Robbie Martin rpent the end
ot the week with home folks.
George Webb has bought the Hol
land drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruck Loner and fain
ily of Ft. Washita, visited her par.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uamron
Miss Cowan of Ronh.im Is visiting
Mrs Waller Fleming and family.
Mesdamcs Walter Fleming and J
R. Keller were In Durant Saturday.
Mrs. Fannie Johnson Is visiting
her son, Woodson Johnson at Striae
town this week.
S. M. Mead and family vlalted the
family of Minor Mead at Durant on
HOUSE ntlllNKD TL'KHDAY
Fire discovered at noon Tuesday,
totally destroyed the residence ot P.
R. Palmer on Evergreen street, to
gether with all contents. The tire
started from unknown origin in
room In which there was no stove
nor other known source from which
a conflagration cbuld start. Mr. Pal
mer places his loss at sz.ouu, ana
has Insurance of about 11,600. Ho
expects to rebuild at once.
HOSPITAL IS FULL
As on evidence that the Memorial
Hospital was needed here announce
ment Is made that the institution I
now filled with patients and Is par
ing Its own way In fine shape. It
is to bo expected that an addition will
bo needed before a great while.
Over Downen Building
Drs. Evans & Warren
"Where Health's Contagions'
Office hours 9 a.
m. to 6 p. m.
WK ALL ENJOY
A Good Square Meal.
le next time you have an
avmo- lor a irood. hearty 3
real think of us.
pone 25' 117 W Main
k 1st and Main, Phone 400
Paints Stock Foods
Damage By Seepage
Often results in barns and outhouses that are poorly
m roofed, ruining many dollars worth of grain and forage.
p DON'T RUN THE RISK
i of having your crops damaged inJthis manner. Insure
SALMON, GILSTRAP& WARD
I Phone 22 Durant, Okla.
BREG, GARRETT AND CO.
D. L. Stradford, Manager
Our titles are examined here
in. Durant, assuring prompt
closing of Loans. Let us
serve you, if it is Farm'Loans
3i West Main Street
"Don't Lock The Bam After
The Horse Is Stolen"
Why wait until the Spring Rains, Tornados-have damag
ed your crops in storage, or even killed your stock be
fore thinking of protecting them?
Step into our office the first time in town and talk it
over with us.
RATES ARE REASONABLE
JOHNSON, MARSHALL & PENDLETON
Rear Durant Nat'l Bank Bldg. Durant, Okla.
FIRST STATE BANK
U Frank Lewis, l'rcslik'tit,
H A. It. Fermisnn, Vlce-1'res.
Forrest II. Johnson, Vlce-Pres.
T. A. llhikcney, Cashier.
r pick oritliAii ...
r Itchlnc (kin dlMtott.
" nu box al our rltk.
wu.-st.K URUG STORE
POUStrin Ta-ah. ,.., ...
fcr h,I ." my ie my
fr oas Pjven mo conBlderabIo
. aches and have
pear all over
my body. At
one time I was
so bad with it
that I lost all
ambition to do
and was really
Wen itMi. . a" n when
Dented i Dl8cvery was rec
K?,i?,.VLV Mend. I
l llkft . iiS 0I " which made me
QveV; .k1""1 Po'den Medical
Lumber is Down
YES, LUMBER IS DOWN DOWN TO WHERE A FAR
MER can afford to huild anything that can be made of
lumber, even in the face of a low market on farm pro
ducts. LUMBER WAS THE LAST GREAT COMMODITY TO
GO UP and the first to come down. Today lumber prices
are down to where it is hard to see how they can go any
lower when costs are considered.
YOU FARMERS HAVE REASON TO BE DISAPPOINT
ED IN the returns from last year's crops, but with lumber
selling on the present basis we don't believe you can af
ford not to do whatever building or repairing may be
necessary before Spring work commences.
WHETHER IT'S A BARN, OR A SHED OR JUST SOME
boards for fixing up around the place, the facts about
lumber will appeal to any man or woman who believes in
thrift and knows values.
COME IN AND TALK OVER YOUR PARTICULAR
PROBLEMS. We want to be helpful, and welcome an op
portunity to show you.
M. E. GOODING
(Successor to Rockwell Bros. & Co.)
OUR NATION HELD SPELLBOUND BY THE NATURAL
SUCCESS OF CHIROPRACTIC.
The Case of Miriam Rubin of Waukegan, Illinois, Which
Baffled the Medical Scientists.
You read about it in the papers. Day after day you saw the dispatches of the piti
ful condition of Miram Rubin of Waukegan.Ill., suffering from a strange talking mal
ady. And, you wondered how long this 8 year-old tot could live, what caused her to
talk for more than two hundred and twelve consecutive hours, prohibited solid nour
ishment for nine days and raised her temperature to a point which implied impending
Yes, you pondered over her condition as did all the medical physicians and consult
ing specialists whose services were tendered to rescue little Miriam. Every form of
sedative had been administered without improvement, no more could they do. Then
finally Dr. Paul Bergcr, a Chiropractor of Waukegan, pleaded for the opportunity to
save the child and gained consent of the parents.
But a few moments and Dr. Berger found tho second and fifth vertebrae in the
child's vertebral column out of position and adjusted them. In a short time the child's
temperature dropped four degrees and she lapsed into the first slumber she had had
for a week.
After a few Chiropractic adjusting.1 her temperature returned to normal, her per
iods of slumber increased, her chattering ended and solid nourishment was adminis
tered. She Has Completely Recovered And as Healthy and Happy as
However, just as this child's maladjusted vertebrae pinched the nerves which con
trol the organ of speech, caused her wakefulness and high fever, so you, may be suf
fering from some ailment due to a slight interference with the regular performance of
the nerves which radiate from the vertebral column.
Diseases which baffle the medical science appear as ordinary under the skillful Chi
ropractor's' hands. Ailments which are commonly doctored with drugs or by surgery
are overcome on the Chiropractor's table, where neither chemical nor knife are
Why, Then Continue to Suffer from an Ailment Which May Ap
pear as Impossible of Cure? See the Chiropractor and Regain
Your Health. "LETS GO"
Drs. Evans & Warren
DEMOCRAT BUILDING. ROOMS 15 to 19
I hav 1,1.1. De,t uver meu'
M ?iu w kn?w""-MRS. a
wu Washington Ave.