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rp j p. V- MAY 13, 1921
THE DURANT WEPKI v c
AGRICULTURAL NEWS NOTES
United States Department of Agriculture
State A. & M. College Extension Service
G. ii. Dunlap, , Miss Fannie Buie
Co'iiity Agent. Home uem. Agt.
In. i "J '
.. . Thtt !MaWH IB KIKU IU
ftltr' " rt.nrtmnt any lUm
Mt'1"" .... nrtlnln to farm
"Tu fi'-m development and farm
"' .. .k.t i r.aulr.d la ac-
, HII MUtementa mad. It
",, ( 'I Interest.)
r..luif Intertill' kkk
tin- must important oi
i ii is ii ml tne saie oi uiem
millions of dollars, an-
HKlalioiiiH. The revenue
' mi tills product by the
pimltryman could be
! inn eased by proper
. , marketing.
Tin n el imporiaiii hukbcbiiuu lu
, i.,ii I- '" prouuee imeruie eggs.
. . .i. ...... lu iiim thnl la tntd
.i... 1...A ,, t.aan nllnwarl
T a lieu ,,lul """ ""v "' """-"
rtin vi ii a male bird, in most
nik fii in- en days Is sumcient time
1. ..... ..a InFurfllA aftnt
3f '' I" ItT-tUiiiC - w.. w..v.
ie iii.il- I'lfl l' een removed rrom
TV mat I'll J In the.riocK baa no
IIIUW.K' mi Hie numoer oi eggs
,M l.y tin- hens. He merely rerti-
!eE Die perm of the eggs which is
t riH "!' r' when the eggs are to be
larkt-ti-'l r used for table use. it
lmiiillf for a germ to develop
r a IiIuih ting 10 lorm in an inier-
Ee eL'K II Keeps ill uener cuu-
Ition, it.'-icfoK.', at temperatures
at wmili cause fertile eggs to be-
Fine until for food.
DunDK the lecent drop In prices
1 w tlin-e affected me least. In
e larari- markets were the strictly
h. d.-iiii anil uniform in color.
If nil pmilucers of egg3 will ob-
rr tin- following rules, better
ices will pieiail.
1. K p the nests clean; provide
ie mm fin ciery four hens.
(Jathvr the eggs twice dally.
3 K'i'ii tin- eggs In a cool, dry
4 M.uki-t tin- etrgs at least two
.e a Mii-k
5 .-VII kill or confine all mnle
nls &5 "-unti a the hatching season
Keii.iii.LiT tliat summer heat has
siii.f iifui't in fertile ecits as
- h n nr iin uliatoi.
iKii' lur'her infortiiation see vmir
M.t i'V'i lit ijl home demonstrator.
HAS. M. SMITH,
A. A: M. College.
Ittini (imui'is Voting mi Director
iTI.i .'.4 i member nf (he nirlfi
liu.i ('i,iii, Croweis Association
111 l Kin Mitlng the last, of this
l"k Iij .i mall cli'ction for nermn-
P' (llmtipr uf their Assoi-iiillon.
Ii''"' I, Mil hallllts: VII. r,. mnlla1
''I'" 'i all members of thi.' Ah.
llaimn in fiti. three counties. Each
.hi ia"ii the names if t.wo can-
lili- Miiiilnati'il triini the illslrlr-l
lllli ll Ii llielllliel llv..u
Tlie Millilhei... fur thb TtU mn.f
tr , in loiij(;i,
inu..' Hie counties of Slnrr.iv.
ftir. JnliiiM.,11, Marshall. Bryan
wtiltt ami Alcfnrtnln mil I .n..
W'altti Colbert, of intmnn
. ar..l K. M. I'hilllpl, of Hugo!
il'l' ll.'llIljfH IIIIILt K. 111. ..1 ...
. "-' " IIIICU IIUI,
'! Ii' the member anil ninllc'l an
to re.ii, the Oklahoma City of.
. ... ui.. .ssiieiatlun not later than
A MniiiLiy. May 23. nn fhia
f the Telleis eleplo.l r .
thi It n ilui,.,tu ...in . , .
'- "'' meei in UK-
""' lf to muni the votes. An-
'l.,il ,, till. Wlnnuru ...III .1
tllltl Of illrertom fur
"r i v ii " i 1. 1. 1 1 ...... . .
;'"ltlll ,, tllU l,...L. !... . .
, "i"t II1I1IUI lUill
h In' .) llw. U ,,.... ........
' 'J iiiciiioein ni
.i)il ecretiiry C.' L.
iutuie success of the
Association deDends lanretv on ih
kind of management it has during
mis iirst year. The nrlnclnlex nn
on which it Is grounded are sound.
They have been proven in years of
"It Is now In the hands of ih
members to elect as directors the
right, type of men (o build the prBi
est business ever undertaken in the
worm a History."
County Hiilly Saturday t TJiIh Week
ine Dig annual county rally of
Boys' and Girls' Agricultural Clubs
it to be held hree Saturday of this
week, and Judging by the interest
snown ny boys, and girls over the
county, mere win be a big attend
nnce. For weeks past, girls and
DOyB OVer the COUntV haVP-heen nn
paring their uniforms, the girls to
consist of aprons and caps, the boys
overalls and straw hats. The pro-
gram has been arranged as follows:
Song, "America" Audience,
Address of Welcome Co. Supi
J. Lee Cunningham.
Response Prof. J. L. Sullivan.
Song 8. E. Normal Girls' Glee
Address "The Value of Club
Work to Boys and Girls in the Rural
Districts" Miss Brown, State Home
Demonstration Agent, Stillwater,
Address K. A. Mllstead. I)irir
Agent, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
.bong S. E. Normal GlrlB Glee
Address "Club Work in South
eastern Oklahoma" Miss Diehl. S
E. District Agent.
Roll Call President, of club ans
wers and reports woik giving num
ber in club not piesent at rally, the
club stands and sins its bong and
gives its yell.
Awarding of Banner Miw Fannie
Parade of Club Members Lead
by Durant Municipal Band.
Market t'iitri For Oejim
Farmers have been complaining
for some time about the condition
of affairs under which they bring
tneir butter to market anil find them
selves so glutted that they cannot
sell their butter, and in many in
stances folks have been foiced to
carry their pioduct back home. It
has been found that in communities
where a market Is offered for rraem,
all this trouble is lenioved. JenFon
Brothers have established an outlet
for cream, it being shij:pcil to out
of town creameries which in turn
make butter out of it. They are now
advertising to buy t renin fiom far
mers, at their ice cieam plant on
the Katy right of way.
Pig Club Bos ItrfMirt.
Pig Club boys, owners or "bank"
gilts, have made reports to Farm
Agent Dunlap the past week as fol
lows: Charlie Hodges, Calera, 9 pigs,
Alton Clinton, 6 pigs, Jesse Mantonth,
7 pigs, Horace Jenkins, who started
out with one gilt last yeni, has paid
DR. A. I. STOUT
FIRST HTATB- DA'NK BUILDING
Phone 888 Dnranl, OUa.
the bank Its two gilts, sold four head,
at a ennri nrlpn anil aim hna loft
" --"-, u.au a.,,, una a..--
thirteen head of pigs from the ori-
Culling Drainage Ditch
Jack Turner, who has a big farm
near Kemp, Is making plans to re
deem for farming purposes, obout
one-hundred acres of land that has
oeen practically rendered unfit for
and then sow the patch to nermuda
or Kume other type of permanent pas
Monthly fi-op Summary
The monthly crop report of the
State Hoard of Agriculture, reveals
the fallowing facts, about crops:
Wheat fields do not look well and
conditions seem to be below the aver
age nt this season of the year
---... ,.......... ivuuciei. uimi .u. mm- in mis season of the year,
cultivation by standing water and, Oats are backward and are being
SeeimeP. Itu tinu ntnnHAJ kA -..lHnil.l ....
seepage. He has planned the cutting
Of a half.llllle lone rtrnlnniro ill'lch.
which when completed, will drain
the water off into a nearby creek.
Trliig Out Acala Cotton
Joe NlCfllntl tvlm nlunla. nA 1 tin.
- f""" "" "- - piitnung was not injured too
acre Farnsworth farm near Kemp, severely by the freezes of last month,
which was bought by the ovemment There are many Instances of two re-
for anvornl tadii.tAiAj rHji..H f nv i ..
ub..M. .oiikii;! iiiuiuuD, in ex
perimenting this year with a few
acres of Acala cotton, a much ad
advertlsed long-staple variety. He
is also getting a nice start at pure
bred Poland-China hogs.
More Hue Pigs Farrowed
Two more pig club boys report
that their gilts have farrowed fine
pigs lately. Jack Wadley near Bok
chlto reports seven fine pigs, as
does Jonas Mulky of near Albany.
Raining Clictcr. White Horn
Frank Alhrleht. living nnmh nf
Bokchito across Blue River, la rais
ing pure-bred Chester-White hogs
and has a large drove of them run
ning on his place,. Frank Is experi
menting with sweet clover for hog
pasture. He has about 2K aorea nf
It, cut Into three pastures, and turns
irom one onto the other.
A Flock Of Red Hogs
E. O. White, who lives near mica.
has been in the pure-bred Duroe
Jersey hog business for some time
niiu hub a large arove or them run
ning on his place. He has a modern
feed barn, fine pastures for them and
and owns his own feed chopper and
More Sweet Clover Pasture.
Frank Walden, who owns a large
iarm near Platter, and in addition
to farming, raised pnre-bred Poland
China hoes. Is pxiiprlnipntlnir with
twenty-five acres of sweet clover for
nog pasture this year.
Raising Red. Polled Cattle
One of the nrettiest hunches nf
cattle in the county is the Red-Polled
neard of Wesley, Cook, living two
miles north of Roberta. He has both
the beef and dairy strain of Polls,
and Is at the present milking ten
pure-bred cows, with five more com
lng fresh shortly. He is amply well
fixed as to pa.-ture and buildings
for Inking care of his stock.
Plan Modern Stock Form
Out north of Durant. a couple of
miles is a fine .MO-acre farm owned
by Chas P. Abbott and Kd Sneiilrt..
where they expect to equip a fine all
purpose stock farm as soon its iliev
get possession of the land In another
year. About fifty acies of the land
is worn out from lack, of ntten
Hon. They plan to nlant'rnw nea.
in that patch and trun them under
at the dlght time to enrich the soil
damaged by the greenbug In a num.
hit nr counties. The crop needs
rain in portions of the southwest.
Hurley and Rye are fairly well.
Coin planting Is active and Is be
ing cultivated In regions where the
eany planting was not Injured too
Cotton planting is getting well
started. Last year at this time plant
ing had become general and much
replanting was being done.
The Potato crop In the eastern
commercial section Is better than was
expected and about a 65 per cent re
turn Is now looked for.
The nlantlne nf Corn la mnvlnc
up toward the northwest and Is about
completed in the Lindsay region.
Planting of Peanuts, Melons and
Kafirs is general.
Dipping of Livestock In the south,
esat tick. infested region is meeting
with merited cooperation. An unus
ual development is the problem of
handling the hundreds of wild horses
roaming In the hills.
Pastures are Improving but are
not yet up to average condition.
Albany Club Meeting
The Albany Roys' and Girls club
when the matter of comsltlons on
had a meeting Monday of last week
poultry were illscusseil. A cnmnnol.
Hon by each of the members Is a
required part of the club work
Pie Supper At Plrtle
Last Thursday nlcht the Plrtle
School held a pie supper and the club
members or the IJIrtle club sold Ice
cream and an excellent program was
glen including reading by Miss
Lrensbaw of Durant.
Keeping Eggs Fresh For Winter
Durine this season nf the venr
when eggs may be had at reasonable
prices, is the time to preserve thera
as against this roming winter when
they will sell for three or four times
as much as at present. It has been
found that eggs laid in April, May or
early June preserve the best, and
properly cared for, will keep fresh
for a year's time. The water-glass
method of Dieservntlon Is furnished
by the !'. S. Dep't of Agriculture, as
I'se one oiiart of sodium silienti
to ! quarts of watei. that has been
boiled and cooled. Place the mix-
Hue in a five-gallon crock. Thi
will be enough to preserve fifteen
1. Select :i fiie.unllnn crock :iml
clean it thoroughly, after which il
should be scalded and allowed to
2. Heat a quantity of water to
the boiling point and allow it to cool.
3. When tool, meaiuie out nine
(limits of water, place It in the crock
We are Agents for
J. . CASE
' ' "ll furnish seven sizes of seDarators with kerosene
tuim tractors to match. All separators are steel con-
1 '"' that Secures rirlicrirv nnrl Innir Iifo .t n.-mmno
' .1 1 1 -traction by fire and secures perfect alignment of
'"l .iMl l.,.r..
' ' ' machines are backed by a Company that has been
'"l for honest value and fair dealings for three
"i' a century. If interested, call or write.
- Ve,t Main
We have yet to see the young man who didn't want
to succeed in life.
Just pick out anyone ask him of his desires for the
Future you can anticipate his answer in advance
Yet how many of these same young fellows real
ly know or .realize the nucleus of SUCCESS.
Old Abe Lincoln was a good example. He realized
that he would have to fight hard and he did. He was
Remember Success isn't luck, but hard grit and
START TODAY Young Man.
Start by opening a Saving Account. If you don't
understand it's principles come and talk it over
with us We pay you 1 per cent on them.
4 PER CEST ON SA VIXGS
and add one quart of sodium silicate
stirring the mixture thoroughly.
4. The eggs should be placed In
the solution. If sufficient eggs are
not obtainable when the solution is
first made, additional eggs may be
added from Uiuii tu time. Be very
careful to allow at leas( two inches
of the solution to cover the eggs at
C. Place the crock containing the
preserved eggs In a dry, cool place,
well covered to prevent evaporation.
Waxed paper covered over and tied
around the top of the crock will ans.
wer this purpose.
Siilettltute Presort tiv Plan
When water-glass can not be oh.
talned, the following method of pre
serving eggs may be usgd In Its
stead. Many consider this method
entirely satisfactory although there
are instances where eggs so preserv.
ed have tasted of lime.
Dissolve 2 or 3 pounds of un.
slacked lime In five gallons of water
that has been boiled and cooled, and
allow the mixture to stand until the
lime settles and the liquid Is clear.
Place clean, fresh eggs in a cloan
earthenware crock or jar and pour
the clear ltmewater into the vessel
until the eggs are covered. At least
two Inches of the solution should
cover the top layer of eggs. Some
times a pound of salt Is used with the
lime, but experience has shown that
in general the lime without the salt
Is more satisfactory.
Prairie View's Fie Supper
On the night of May 4, the Boys'
and Girls' Agricultural Club of the
Prairie View school gave a pie sup
per. Mrs. Posey, our never.tlrlng
supervisor, suggested that we decor,
ate the house in club colors, so we did
it. Our colors are red and white.
We also used the red and white four
H's and everyone thought our room
The club was called to order by
the vice president, Arley Washer d
he made the following remarks to
the audience in order that all wonld
know the purpose of the pie sapper:
"We have come together for the pur
pose of trying to raise money to
help defray expenses to the club rally
which will be held In Durant on May
14, also to buy jars for the Caaalac
Club girls to exhibit their product
at the Club Fair next fall, to bur ex
hibit crates for the Pig and Poultry
Club members, to buy a pennant and
to frame the Club charter."
After the crowd had gathered to
gether, the Club sang their Clafc
song and gave their Club yell; tstti
Messrs. Thomas and Jamerson soleV
the pies. And we want to say right:
here that If any other Club member
ln Bryan county wants pies sold, that
the goods. We realized $12.85 froa
they had better call on these men to
sell them, for they surely can deliver
the sale of the pics, and owing to too
scarcity or money, we think that wo'
did fine, and thank all who took
Misses Bute and Fontaine caaao
down from Durant and we belief
that they had a good time from too
number uf pies that they ate.
Miss Rule explained the purpose
of the Club rally and we are gotac
to help her make the rally a howllag
The girls of the Club have most of
their sewing finished. They won
their aprons and caps at the pie stro
per. The Poultry Club member
have their compositions completed
and the Pig Club boys haVe their re
ports up to date.
The secretary and treasurer do
posited the money in the Guaranty
State Bank of Achllle. Oklahoma.
The News is now prepared to turn
out first class Job printing.
The terrible storm that hit Bryan County on the
22nd may be only a forerunner of something worse.
Why risk your property in such a manner? Why not
transfer the risk to some good Company and when the
Cyclone does come you won't have to worry about
Salmon. Gilstrap & Ward
Phone 22 Durant, Okla.
Down Goes Laundry
JAS. R. McKINNEY, President.
W. C. SLAUGHTER, Vice-President.
M. W. FITZGERALD, Cashier, f
J. E. McKINNEY, Ass' 'caskiar;
GALIN H. McKINNET, Asb'i. Cashier.
In order to keep all our em
ployes we must increase our vol
ume of business; we believe
this can be done by reducing
prices. Shirts, collars, under
wear and family wash reduced
to Pre-War Prices also the 10
per cent that has heretofore
been added will be discontin
ued. Telephone 21
Our wagon will call