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Tnn DuRAyn Weekly News
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'nsitr ami M'uri.j' ! j fur m-xt winter.
J're.-eivi. Mcru'-. Pre i'ivp cffC" in
nratenila- tr limm .i-e nect winter.
Nfiu pnit- boili.il water to one ji:irt
rommi'i'i'inl walei-eMu-is aie tin
iiorlinu ri niiiietiileil.
IJvi"iock. See that -pritu'
County Federation Formed
The Officer. and Club Supcrvi
nf the Junior Farm and Home 1'
.in-tratioii Club' nf Bryan Cot.
Okla.. met in the Christian Ch
m Hurant, Oklahoma, on May 27t
;j ii'clml; tin' tin- purpose of fori
a 'unity I-Ytleration of tho I
I Demoti-trutum Clubs of the Cou
j ISryaii mmty is a Hundred Per '
I Club County, having ten or more c
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.1 '.. I'.lon lioll WfH,lum,ml fjftv ,. m(,n, mcmhcrSi
l Ittclit lime ,(llW ,jIm, ,, (-ollnty has f
if peaee. piepaie lor war. i i,,.,,..,. .,., with n ,,,,,.,,
i a M'Aiin more n- u- - in iii-i.ioi
.I pii.'in.r xii.il Mi-t'iiti.nii n. jiit now,
bit' it -till apMin" tt. t'lKhtiiiK the
ri.ttmt IimII vieil -.i- the 1'nileil
State- Heliat'tiiielit of
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'haril, Seely Training School.
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;'i lie .--upi'iien ui auiaii'-i- -.win i.u-
i itiiti ai-etiute and d.itn.u' machimry.
"U'e find eveiy year." .-'- It. K.
Coad, direi'tor of tile Ilep.il talent'-
I"'"' bull weevil laboiatory. "that many
fanner-' fail to realize their danger
mil earlv etioiieh and then -tait maKitm
n-lrv lns,rior Coming Fair to Good 4.00 5.50 1 MORE POWER TBASSMft
On June 1! n State Bonnl of Ac- Cutters 3-00 4.U"! The Hugo Ice and Light J,
ittulture dairy inspector will be in' Canncrs 2.50 3.00 . ls negotiating with Bowell ??
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,. ... .i lirin:v,s of i .-,.. I 1.. I'hui'ii i. ((I i.UU miiKiinn 1 n.w t,. 1U I
i e-amine into mu i umiiiiuiii ' vj". ' ' V , r -n . nn , :, . . l"U!,t' ''WlU
I lT-OI!S WHO wi.-ll iu iv.-i iirai" "" "" ' - ,,X - -n V . .iiunlDcr nf
;.. ' u II. .; oi cre.nu iiiiu mi: .-
dairv products will be given also. The '
i.etute will be given at t:30 o'clock.
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uthi'i1 dain- products commercially, Common to fair .loui """.niems ot uiose towns aie ani
lecture "and di.-ctission regarding CALVES & YEARLINGS: secure this service. whlchJ
tt tn.M ot cream anu me caie w uauy nm ...uisj- ... t mi-tin wi-uuui Aurvice thr
Killers u.uutju wu-
Venls. Fair to Good-- 8.011010.00
in the morning.
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ship numbering IY.V2.
The I'nllowin Clubs are chn
niemliers nf the County Federaticn
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, ri!!!! 1.,!'' I Buffalo. Carroll1- Chapel, Cobb,
fanner moiv than it bun- the weevil i
and the oiil way to be .-.lie of getting
Cream Thirty Cent.
The price of butter fat is inei cas
ing right along, the price being paid
it .Strickland's cream station this
week being thirty eent.i a pound.
Mm.- cream is being marketed now,
!. leport at the station, than ever
'.i fine, and it is coming to be quite
a profitable industry in thi- emin
.enter hole- are clean, so that live- de-perate efforts to poi-on after the
ftoek will have pure water during hot info-tation was become very heavy.
weeks of summer. Place covered salt They scurry around trying to get
.hoxi-s in the pastuie. talcium nr-ennte and du-ting niachin-
Kmit Tree,. Up to the present ery. and really always there is con-
we've had an unu-niul amount of rain, siderable delay, hven when they get
the poison and the machinery it is
ixtiemely difficult to control weevil
infe-tation after it bci-nne.- severe.
Tin re aie -o many weevil stages pre
sent in the squares and bolls that
.-iiino of them come out every day
and poi-on mua be kept constantly
on the plat ts if any good is to be done
by it. This very greatly increases
the e.en.-u of poisoning Then, if
or rather n spot the e I'unw" even a snori, speu oi
a vineyard twelve rainy weather, such control as has
Consequently, the ground is very
moist. But later, il may be a- dry as
it is now wet Don't overlook the
cultivation of fi ml tree-. Thi year's
:are will affect the j ear's production.
Kfcp up a -nil mulch until duly or
. August, depending on the season.
Old Vineyard Reclaimed
A twelve-year-old vineyard in
-which had boon
vrnrs atro but which, neclected. bad been gained is lost and the farmer has
rnwn up into a tanglemas of bram- gone to heavy expense for nothing.
iiles. wild schrubs and weeds, is being We advise all cotton planters to be
reclaimed under the supervision of extremely careful about starting late
J. F. Uiddell, farm demonstration sea-on poisoning. In a few cases, it
agent. The farm now belongs to J. I. has been successful, but at heavy
Cour.-ey. Most of the roots were foud cost and only under the most favor
to be alive. Under Riddell's direc- able conditions. The only safe course
lion, old vines shnibi and weeds were is to be prepared to poison at the
cleared out and the ground was cul- right time." Write the Delta Labor
tivated. New vines are now starting ntory. Tallulah, Louisiana, for in-
.;n good .shape. stnictions "When and How to Pois-
- -. on."
Cotton Crop Condition
In a lengthy report on the condition Butter Record On Dry Feed
uf the cotton crop, the Government A Ilolstein cow. empress Wayne
Ttureati of Crop K-limates, --ays in Cerben No. 2.":iUl)7i owned by J. II.
rnit. that the -ondition of the crop Vaughn of Stillwater, recently finish-
-is of .May 'J.'i wa. i!7 per cent of nor- u a year.- record and produced in
mal. which i- in points below the ; ;,;:, day-. 2t;.0.".r, pounds of milk and
fen-year avenue, and. with the ex- 707..IS pounds of butter fat. This is
-.cpiioti nf I. 'it' den it was C,7, per 'by far the best record made by an
cent, the lowest -nice -IMehnod. The ' Oklahoma Ilolstein cow and is ospec-
lxresive tain- tliioiighout 'lie qiring
mid the nniea-nnably cool tempein
ttives resulted in ti"- mMir..: "f -eed.
in washing it nut nf the oil or cover
ing .-( deeply t'n' I' cih'Ii t,it i nine
up. In ' nm neiiliie a- nmeh a
75 per tein nf . imp had t" be re
planled at It a t muv and fuil. a
fourth of l hi .n'li-i aereai.', has had
to be replant. d. Hardly niou titan
HO per cent f the ernp wa-; up by
Harlin. Cobb !
'nr.stiation iub; Vice President. .1
'el MePhei-on. Pritohard Demon.
'Hon Club: Secretary-Treasurer, .
Beam!, Kemp Demonstration CI
! Recording Set .. Kate O'Dell Se
Mrs. Nellie Veach. Supervisor. S
.Mrs. Ethel Standley. Supcrvi
Mrs. .1. L.
Mr. C. W. Shaw, Supervisor C.
roll's Chapel Club.
I .'iinbcrt, Supervi
High Test On Cream
F. M. EIrod of Achille, receir ..
shipjied a can of cream to W. !
Strickland at Durant that tested
per cent butter fat. It was one '
the highest tests received at th .'
station this season.
.Market compared with last Monday
i 'at th strong to i.'ic higher. Hog
' higher. Sheep SI. 00 lower. Pros
pei's fair market balance of week.
Good to Choice -5S.2."(a'$0."0
Fair to Good 7.50 8.2.
Common to Fair n.2" 7."0
Good to Choice 7.23 S.OO
Fair to Good C.30(Tp 7.23
Common to Fair .".00 C.30
Good to Choice 7.00 7.75
Fair to Good 6.50 7.00
Common to Fair r).."0 0.50
Stock Cows and Heifers o."0 0.00 ( g
Stock Calves 5.00 7.73
Stock Bulls -.. 4.."07p 5.30 S
BUTCHER COWS: ' g
Good to Choice 5.30 0.25 H
Veals. Common to Fair -t.0ti-.fp .00
Killers and Bolognas. :!.50(Tt 1.50
i.iBht . liuijfcio.oo
Heavy 1(1. 15tir 10.15
Packing Sows H.OllfiS H.25
iKS . . Iil.0t)((t'li).ii5
Spring lambs Bi.OOiTi I!!.7.i
Lambs, culls 8.00r 'J.75
iimb.-. .-horn 10.0i)ail.70
Wethei-. .slmm .... 0.50 7.0D
Ewes shorn 5.0(i(a O.iin
Monday Last W.
Cattle H.OllO 25.7D0
Ug. 11,000 i.S.200
Sheep ',,t0J 27.S0O
year. The Hugo Ice and nt,, '
pany has completed constructlaiJ
"'- - l" lowson, oiil
A woman has much rather you
would use sentiment than judgment
when buying her a present.
lOViC Per Pound
STEWART Mm &
(.North lirst Ave. I'hone I
A Mr. Baker living near Allen. Ok
lahoma is fattening a car of hogs i ;
clusively on alfalfa, and the repf"
is that they are coming along nice';.
Men who have worked under this pi i:
have made good profits on their f.if
hogs, even when the prices were lc .
DR. A. I STOUT
First State Bank Building
Phone 383 Res Phone 6G0-J
6Sr--:XSai5r-?. . K
THE HINGE OF OUR
CASH and CARRY
Tin- NiM Wny to Srrvi Your.-self aud Save Money
With the opening of the first store of this kind in Du.
rant we are applying the most modern merchandising
methods to the grocery business.
This store will strive not only to give the best for the
money but also to give ever increasing service.
We want to feel that yon are a personal friend of oure,
not just a buyer. Incidentally we want you to feel that
this is not just a store but your store.
We know that we can give you better prices on grocer
ies than you can get elsewhere, because we are out of the
high rent district: we have very little overhead expense.
This allows us to give ou a better discount.
TliiTi N no cliiini'i' to buy cheaper than at the
ial'v cnditaMc because the cow wn.-i J
d during the entire timet I
lloj;s Paing Debts
From March fir-1 to May twentieth
50 car load- nf hugs were shipped
by raisers from Marlnw, Oklahoma,
bringing to them the approximate
aum of S'.t."i.iiini.iHi. It appears that
tings weie doing a gicat deal in that j All Choice Meats,
vicinity toward lifting the burden ofj Ueef, pOlltlll
the fatmers who experienced prncti- ...
.-nllv ii tnt.'il f.nliii,. l-i.it v.. in- willi i. Ml UOaSIS, I 'OIK
.4hi'ii cotton crop.
I'siug Cotton Stimulant
Small iiunutitic.i of nitrate of .-mla
"nave been bought by numerous farm-uir-
in Atoka County for the purpost
of I'.xperimeptitiu with entlon accord
ing to County Agent A. E. Cook.
Growers an anmus to find out its
value in assisting the fanner in beat
i;.g lite boll weevil.
Chili Meat, pound
Upon the farmer rests .. financial success of Bry
He is the hinge that sv :ngs our Door of Prosperity.
This institution full- realizes that our farmers must
be backed, and is dols.g all that lies in its power by
urging fanners to farm on the diversification plan
and also raise more live stock.
Someone has said that "The Cow is tho Mother of
Prosperity" and that "The Hog is a Mortgage Lifter"
they told the truth.
The American National Bank
Kverv June Bride as well as every housewife can depend
on the duality. Courtes and Service, that she can get
at this store.
Convenience ami Economy are responsible for the tre-meiidoti-
success nf the Cash and Carry Stores. Xo line is
better adapted to provide maximum service under the pay
and take plan than groceries.
It will pay you to call regularly and make flu greatest
use no-sible of our store next door East from shannon
All gootls are plainly priced on open displa.s for quick
selection. Our store and stock is arranged to enable you
to get just what you want in the most direct way possible.
Our imick turnover cuts the cot to you.
We solicit the town and country trade, guaranteeing
that same shall have our prompt attention and that OUR
PlUCEb will save you money.
Any farmer who calls at the BUYLO Saturday morning
June 17th will be given a FREE TICKET to the Movies.
Not necessary for you to make a purchase. JUST CALL
OL'EXIXG DATE SATURDAY JUXE THE 17(Ii
.Mrs. 3L ('. Mhoon Mrs. 31. 31. Jetes
Market Square Meat Market
Cotton Exchange Building
New Auto Repair
This is to announce that W. H, Bloomer and A. Rid
ley, have opened a new auto repair shop In the Blan
ton building 122 N. 4th avenue and offer the highest
class of service on all kinds of automobile repairing
and overhauling, making a specialty of generator and
Trouble calls will be answered promptly charges
Botli Mr. Bloomer and Mr. Ridley are well known
locally as expert automobile mechanics. They will
appreciate your work.
Bloomer & Ridley I
.W. N. BL003IE11 A. RIDLEY I
I 122 N. 4th Ave. Phone 184
VOTERS-TRUTH WILL PREVAIL
Democrats: Remember November and Campaign Now to Win Then
Nothing shall alter our firm determination to make a clean campaign, based upon the merits of our candidate,
the needs of the people and setting forth R. H. Wilson's plans for honest, efficient, economic government We shall
build up rather than tear down. No speaker and no friend Is authorized to follow any other plan of campaign.
Each of our advertisements will contain only facts. Will discusa some question of interest to the voters
About ithe Price of School Books
Every adopted book must be sold as cheap In Oklahoma as in any other state. This provision is guaranteed by
a separate $10,000.00 bond for each book. , l . ., f f '&$-? ITSlMSSIHBOiy
These contracts were made at a time when the publisher believed the price of labor and all printing material
would be reduced. Instead of a reduction a decided increase followed. Books that sell here under these contracts
for IS cents are sold In the open market for 40 cents. A similar difference in price exists in regard to all books
These unexpected advances in cost of manufacture of these books caused a big loss to' the publishers and they,
or some of them, wrote the Secretary of the Text Book Commission, Mr. Wilson, asking that they be permitted to in
sert some clean advertising in a few of their books to reduce the loss. This permission was" not granted by Mr
Wilson or the Commission. The Attorney General however, rendered an opinion that such advertising would not
be in violation of any law of the state, nor would it affect the contracts. Publishers then inserted advertising with
out the consent of anybody, as they did not need the consent of anyone. The same thing was done in several
other states having similar contracts, some of them granting permission. The people lost nothing by reason of this
advertising but were really benefited by reasonable book prices during a period of high printing prices.
WILSON FOR GOVERNOR COMMITTEE