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MAY 13. 1021
OST Gt .
-Mrtmnf BuiU-d by
l n ;iw rrrfii-r.i
0 lation Acquits Use of
world's Fair Field
kin. ' '
L(j ii ii-c
Uf hi. i.
i , I '
I., jrieli will Mton have
i.inltlini! known to will-
n ax the embodiment
; mid architecture, the
. building of t1' 18K
Tin.- truck of urmy
ln-iird in the famous
it lui been turned over
I'nrk .ut, No. 34, of the
..cu. if an Indoor rifle
edifice, known as the old
. niter tlworld'lalr,
, uitli th cwnp'tttJoq .of
., iiiuofum. yyariousor-
. ctiictipo irpmSfctajHy
park coiumfMlonm for
u tne building, but
.,.t's request alone was
rfftn-i.ii'n- now huvea rifle range
Inn- i.e thut will tend to erase
. tvit-riii memories of sweltering
ir Mwr!iit: ilajs and cold, moist
fjp ar,i in trying to- locate the
Uteje I'll I'"' nnny s outdoor nr
r m'.ni- Tlie Imlldlne Is so large:
ht t -"' vanl range was established
CtiO'jt tlsttiriilty. along with the
k,000 BONDS FOR
VEY AND SIMPSON
jik lullMr I'iimn DlKmlsH'd, But
Ikfi'iHl.iiit- Are Hound Oyer
Ok (liaip- of Stealing Auto-,
moliile At t'alera
In x.i ii. mt.K trial held in tne
ktriC imr! room Thursday after-
L l.'i.n Justice Chas. A. Phil-
b,V. .-linpion and H. D. Ivey
Kiir.it over on a charge of
ialii.1- iir iiiitomoliile at Calera,
! tt,. in mI were fixed at $5,000
kh ,'nii i.il'imt neen furnished
Itl.i Mm' Milr- paper wt-nt to prtss
Milax ..:' ".oon
i'l.il. ii.-o chained with hav.
: id i ii 'u- First State Hank at
ucra wnii'ii lohljeiy was committed
ll.i ! Light as the car theft.
Ii.- tii.i'ii.i! wan befoie Justice
kliilmiii ui.ii the cae was dismiss.
i ii.tn ili-femlants.
Thi ii- ! i.ilants weie tepresented
lit' : Miwl.onald. The
in-. it ninslde legal talent
lnh i' .-.. tepurted that these
hi i" ii.nl mnloyed. includinB
" ! ii Oklahoma City and
li.a !.i 'hi 'o materialize.
IKKMHiK MA ItlKIl HKItE
Luii.ii ( i..iii, aged twenty years,
' 'li- .Mi'iiioriiil Hospital here
f-niii i.ii'l.t alter an illness last-
I wir. iiitig period, hit- life being
tp..iii i1 . i even when he was
burnt t.. re His borne was at
JVHTirK COURT AT CAIHK
In Justice Court at Caddo, C. E.
Mannin. charged with nimuin. i.nm.o
checks was botfnd ovet to the Dis
trict Court. E. H. Fteeman, was
fined $50 and ten divys in Jail for
petit larceny. This is the fellow who
robbed Noah Alrington's house of
KMKIU.KNTY TARIFF IASSK1)
The United States Senate late Wed
nesday passed the emergency tarrlf
hill, known as the nntj.dumplng bill
containing all the amendments
recommended by the Finance Com
mittee. Seven Democrats voted for
the bill. Senator Owen was not one
MI.MHTEIJ AT CADIK)
Rev. Duncan S. Heasley, a student
from the Union Theological Seminary
at Richmond, Vn., arrived in Caddo
Rev. Deasley will be the supply
pastor for the Presbyterian church
and will. reside here. He will hold
his first services here Sunday.
., RAILROAD TIME CARD
C.Te following time card of railway
tiWliig serving Durant, is printed
gratis, for the information of the
public, and while diligence ia used to
make: It accurate, its. correctness1- Is
not guaranteed by the publisher of
' Kuty; North Bound
Train ' Leaves
No. 10 LI 7:45 A. M.
N6. '6. '...:. 12:40 P. M.
No. 8 5:25 P. M.
No. 24. I. .'...... 12:24 A. M.
katy, South Bound
No. 9. ,.'.. 1:44 A. !'.
No. 5. '.J. 3:11P.M.
No.. 7 12:25 P. M.
No. 23 :. 3:53 A. M.
Frisco, Eat Bound
No. 706.' 11:25 A. M.
No. 776 7:30 P. M."
Frlo, Went Hound
No. 705 5:10 P. M.
No. 775. 8:40 A. M.
M. O. & ., North Bound
No. 6 .. 8:51 A. M.
M. O. it ., South Hound
No. 5 5:e5 P. M.
THE DURANT WEEKLY Jcwc
I i i:n AMU WED
EIi I'LaNI'TS: White Spanish
snut1- ji i ..ed. raised on sandy
lil. .i'ihmI. Are all rlenn nnit
Ifh! 'i'ii. veiv kind of seert neerl.
I in l!r;.ii uiunty. Price ioclud-
lil'r. ! 75 r.er Kill H,B f. n h
II In;' (Jkllihlimn AilHrenfi
1. Ihili Mil. Ux 4S Rnfe flVln
I'M l v..
alf-iiort-e Kimball varl
' 'it, with friction drive
' ' cor.dltion. Will pull
m. 32x18 Price 176.
. .NVuy, Durant, Ok la.
"i.e (irnaiia Six-columo
i-'-'t Loard allowing: the
r four, ifjht. ten, or
' r f.-iges. In pood con-
'!' a few repairs. He-
"-r outfit. Just tbe
' newspaper of eight
tli'i'OO delivered on
I'urant Weekly News.
IiKOIHIjATI'RK INDICATES THAT
S.MKI.MXt; COMMITTER IS ALIVE
The leglslautre cave Indication of
reviving its "smelling" committee
Wednesday, when u resolution was
passed by the house calling on the
state board of affairs for a detailed
report of the disposition of an ap
propriation of $200,000 made by
the seventh legislature for capltol '
Improvement and beautifying and al-,
bo for a report of sales during the.
year of capltol building lands. The
resolution specifies that the two re-1
ports are to be made separately. The'
report on the disposition of the ap
propriation Is to Include full details
as to whom payments were made for
contracts entered Into.
Dolled Hum Z"
l'ork Sausage ....
Steak, round .. ..
Oats .. 35c40c
Cotton Seed $16.00
HenB ' 17c
Calves 3c 5c
Fat Cows - 4c5c
'Fat, Hogs .r 6c6c
Eggs .' . ....' ........... 20c
Butter .' .,.'. 2Sc
Prairie,Hay .1 ..'.:.'...,.. $8.00$10,00
Green Hides .; ...., 2c
Dry Hides 5c
Sugar .'. .... 10c
Navy Beans 6 3-4c
Lima Beans" 10c
Syrup .'. 60c 70c
Dried' Peaches 20c
Dried Apples 12e
Corn Meal, 25 lb. 66c
SShbMs' cwt . $1.60
lOorn Chops, cwt $1.55
Mill Run Bran, Cwt $1.4,5
Shorts - $1.56
Cotton Seed' Meal, cwt $1.50
Durco, cwt $1.10
Prairie-Hay. bale 50c
Alfolfa. bale 70c
Sweet Potatoes, bu $2.25
Irish Potatoes $1.60
Seed Peanuts, bu. $1.25
English Bacon. 26c
Dry Salt Sides 18c
Breakfast Bacon 60c
'M.vated made Rood as
l'urat.t Mattress Fac
'' May :4th. the old
v at Keirsey will be
gli'-t bidder for cash.
t'T.'.iiitjon write B, T.
''v. Okla. lSwa2
' iMorit who desire to
lilldren from one
Iit thould make ap-
' f'ouniv Piiperlnten.
" Jur.e th" 1st,
' unnlnphun, County
THE POWER OF YOUR DOLLAR-
in buyino; is what you are anxious about, when you enter
You doubtless realize, as the rest of us do that money
is very tight and therefore must be handled very carefully.
Especially in the buying of groceries do people exer
cise great care buying just where they know they will get
the most for what they expend or at least they try to.
The true way to save money on your grocery bill is not
to buy on credit, but for cash. Many people reject this
because they have never tried it and therefore don't
know what it saves.
If you are anious to save money on your groceries this
month trade with us we sell the finest groceries for the
lowest cash price.
Cash Flour ft Feed Co.
Tom Allen, Manager.
30-32 VV. Main
A National Problem
V May Jttb. I opened a
"17 service In Durant.
' - sweet milk, butter or
'oduets, telephone 773-
For years the scientists of the Federal Government
have tried to find and product better bread at a cheap
er price to the consumer, than that which they pay at
As we have plainly stated in previous advertisements
in these columns, good bread is not cheap bread. The
best bread demands a little more than the average and
it should. But people are very peculiar; purchasing it
often with disregard to their healths.
We are firm believer? in Durant and Bryan County.
We believe that right here you can purchase bread
that is as wholesome and healthful as that shipped in,
and further it doesn't undergo any of the conditions
that often render shipped-in bread unfit to eat.
Order WILLHOIT'S BREAD next time. It's just a
'toast, tint rlb"IZ'
Roast, standard rib
Apples', doz. 1ZZ
... . 15c
... . 25c
- 7.50 8.25
Miiiktt conmareil u-lih
day. Cattle nhnilt stenilv
higher. Sheen hi run p
Good to Choice .. ..
Fair to Good
Common to Fair
Good to Choice
Fair to Good.
Common to Fair
Good to Choice 7.50
Fair to Good 6.60
common to Faid 6.00
YOUR GROCER HAS IT
"Good Bread for a Minimum"
217 West Main
Stock cows and heifers, 4,00 6.M
Stock (Olves . 5.26 7.50
Stock bulls 4.50 fr 5.25
Good to Choice , 6.00 6.75
Fair to good 4.75 Ti 6.00
Common to fair 3.75 ff 4.50
Cutters 3.00 ff 3.76
Cannei-s .. - ... 1.50 ft 3.00
Good to choice 7.25 8.25
Fair to good 6.50 Ii 7.75
Common to fair 6.00 tr 6.50
Calvi'M and Yearling:
Baby Beef 7.75 9.00
Killers 5.50 6.50
Veals. Fair to good 6.50 8.50
Veals, Common to fair 3.00 6.00
Killers . 5.25 6.50
Bolognas 4.50 5.25
Light 8.25 8.55
Heavy 8.00 8.25
Packng Sows 6.50 7.00
Pigs S.00 9.00
Spring Lambs t 7.00 12.00
Lambs (wool) 10. 50 10.85
Lambs (shorn) 8.50 9.75
Yearlings 7.60 8.00
Wethers 6.00 7.00
Ewes 6.50 6.00
Receipt- Monday Last Week
Cattle 12,000 29,700
Hogs 12,600 81,750
i Sheep 16,000 39,100
BOYS WEEK PR4M.RAM
DRAWS LARUE INTRRB8T
Continued from page one
raised sufficient, money to put It
Wednesday was Father-Son Day
and It was worth while becauM-
fatheis took more real Interest la
son. Many fathers worn seen chum
in fug with son and many attended
picture shows, while somo few tsok
the day off and went fishing Wltlt
son, It was a great day.
Thursday, Dr. J. E. Aubrey, note
lecturer, who soon takes up again
his work un the chautauqua plat
form made several addresses her
Thursday, at schools, and one at
thorn nt a noonday luncheon of tk,
Lions and Rotary Clubs and the
Chamber of Commerce.
Rev. Ed G. Butler, pastor of th
Baptist Church, left Monday for
Chattanooga, Tennessee, to
the Southern Baptist Convention,
Blanton Hardware Co..
Shelf and Heavy Hardware'
110 N. Second Durast
THE NEW STORE
. ft ffl
. wait for I
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Open About May 15th
First Door East of American State Bank
Lynn Click . Joe Houghton
Florence Oil Cook Store
Come in and taste food piping
hot cooked right in our store
on a Florence Oil Cook Stove.
See tne best cook stove in the
world actually at work. Starts
Monday) May 10 and lasts
We will use Crisco in our demon
stration and everyone who purchas
es a stove during this demonstra
tion will receive a "Calendar of Din
ners" with 615 Recipes, FREE.
Every stove sold under a guarantee
to give perfect satisfaction or
E H. SMITH HARDWARE
sRKLxrJ" iMU js
123 N. 3rd Ave.