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rM,NI)S 8IIXW ON FABMS
lPra ..I ihnt keeps cows needs
E" "' .. i the most proflta-
. A. "". fnrm
tie mu " ,,;; "Ws Is like
Caniit-u . h u ,.
bkI " ... ... ,h iipst wav to
irt,.,.rf Kr should bave 3
A P""1, J'y,,,He the average
r- ln ,K.a.M,mo.
rr (...- , ah(Jut
hirivr '"" -'
FlFj)1-.,,, .. !ii.tnn silo it, will require
" '"' -.,,. nf fnrncc. deDend.
...... f. i I " UV. w --
rc J.l"."..,.lri'iMrfnr about 20 cows will
Ai. ilioiii a 10 acre crop.
i"i"lr' .'.' , Vm iho silo too big. No
l' "". .... ....nt with n diameter
,tI hi.uiii "-, " lilnrH than 40 feet
;(mT ;" '" --
';;';,uhr sized silo Is one
14-V.! in .llimrtpr and from 24 to
:' wncieti- or pit silo Is best for
,,Ana Oklahoma conditions Ce-
'!!' 'hllcK Mom nd stave ll0"s are
lil. ,"lrh..Y..i Anv of these
In uf I" "R' '",;"..:, ,.bHv nnri
are ..atfiaui r, .. ..".-' '-'"', --
taken ai' ' A V ""'V ' , V,
M naiii"K. " -
l.ltKKN lW f NUBIl (WSTKOIj
Ills"' . . f.i.mf ilnvo hapin.
Du.inB !' --' " rr,
nine a mill .uurcii . "
D1"h .. ..i .m linim has begun to
Jftrciht'lv lontrol the latter, accord
,,l to a -tatement of Professor CE.
Ii.nb.il it. head "f the department of
i-ntniiioliiKv of tlie Oklahoma Agri
,, intra! "'' .Mechanical College at
SlHtt-it''"- I'rofes-or Sanbotn has
Invl H till ll''ll IIUI11 Ull iulicvuuu
U,.' ,...., i... i,..ivllv infested fields
. vrii.r it short insDection
trin in tit'1 noitliwestern part of this
Cttt', tie "HI "V ' u. ....... u
final return I" t- infestation for the
... .i...i.. ..r tln vi-ar. His nresent
ii,,re fioti N tli-t the Qieen Dug
Is mm tinner I'lMiuui. iuki ..... ....
tinue in I"' r'"' 'I1" lemainiler of this
srt'i'i. , ., . .
ilattv ttirjiieis aie pimmiiK " '
I lilt'' time, itii.i u pi en jin iiuin--oi3io
,,r.ive direct, they will be safe In
.,. .i,,ih.' so far as the (ireen Hug
I irt t- coneei lied.
UXIt STTXT KI.YIXd
stunt rlviitE and operation of air-
.!..iRs at altitudes below two thous
and fi't't'are Illegal under the pro
Hor.s r u New York City ordi
tance tecently adopted. Violations
are iiuiiMi.tlile by fine and Imprison
IMI.r-MIM.lOX DOIJAK FIRE
rim. nf ttii. tiinfit Herlntis firett to
Uii fitfl.ihiimn in n lone time de-
ftroe.l the interstate compress at
Oklatioma uuy ruesuay evenmis, io.
gether with ten-thousand bales of
rnttnn nml a Htrln? of freight, cars.
The loss is placed at $500,000.
fiKTTIXG CLOSER TO MEN
A Kansas City pastor has laid aside
bis ministerial garb indefinitely to
enter a factory as a laborer that he
may learn about men. He believes
tbat a closer association with men
who toil physically will make blm a
HO.MK Ul'IMKSU CAMPAIGN
The National Lumber Manufac
turer's Association is soon to embark
upon a national newspaper adver
tising campaign calculated to stimu
late the building of homes, which
has dtopped considerably the past,
AKTKK IMMIGRANT FARMERS
The Idabel Chamber of Commerce
is endeavoring to induce several hun
dred immigrants to this country .to
come to McCurtain county and make
homes of the now unfilled land In
that comity, of which there are
thousands of acres.
UKI COMMANDER HERE
Col. Kwell Head, of Moskogee,
commander of the Third regiment,
Oklahoma National Guards, was here
on an unofficial visit to the local
tumpany last Friday, and spoke to
the members at their regular meet
ing. IlKVIVAIi IS CltOSED
The revival services which have
been conducted at the First Christian
hurch for the paBt two weeks by the
pastor, Chas. M. Schoonover, closed
rue,.lay night, with baptismal ser
ies at the church, when several
additions to the church were baptiz
'l. The services have been produc
tive of a great, deal of good.
Dr, J. L. Reynolds
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
and Glass Fitting
Over Corner Drug Store
and intermediate points
Direct connections at
Ft. Worth and Cleburne
'ENTERTAINED COVNVY '
PRISONER LAST SUNDAY
Last Sunday Rev. Ed. a. Butler.
P"'or o the First Baptist Church
ii. .? .LarBe nuraber o' musicians
iY J.V;d.tne c,ounty Ja'l. where a de.
ilgntful musical program was given
the Inmates and when Mr. Butler
conducted a brief religious service.
CLEANING fP CEMETERY
ANork has commenced at cleaning
;2.Br?und' N"11 wn ani lots
at Highland cemetcty and with a view
to beautifying it. The Chamber of
Commerce is paying for the cleaning
up. while the city forces will proper
ly grade the streets and alleys and
smooth them down nicely.
k GOXIA IS HOUND OVER
Alfred Qonla, arrested some time
ago for breaking Into a box car and
stealing shoes, and who is wanted in
several Cities for ciimcs ranging
from burglary to murder, had his ex
amining trial In Justice Archibald's
court Wednesday of this week and
was bound over to the district court.
JIM HARRIS HERE
Jim Harris, of Wagoner, Republi
cJn, National Committeeman from
Oklahoma was in the city for a short
while Thursday morning enioute to
Ardmore where he has oil interests
Mr. Harris has Just leturned from
Washington, he said.
GOING TO MINERAL WEIdLS
. Ed McKlnney who has been con
fiued to the hospital for several
days for treatment is able to be down
town this week, but is leaving Friday
for Mineral Wells, where he will re.
main for several weeks, for the fur
ther betterment of his health.
TALKIXG ABOUT NERVE
Catching a twenty.quaxt nitro
glycerine torpedo ns it. was b.own
from the casing by t: flow of gas. a
woikman in the oil fields of Beck
enridge, Texas, held ot until flftv
persons 'and two hundred quarts of
the explosive on a wttgon leached
safety. Jie then dropped it back in
to the hole and escaped.
SOLD SIIRKVEPOKT STORE
RETURNS TO DURANT
M. C. Mhoon. who with his fon-in-law,
J. H. Spring, hi.s operated a
large furniture store at Shreveport,
La., has recently sold out his busi
ness there and will return to Duraht
to devote all of his time and atten
tion to the local store.
BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU 'BUY
The purchaser of a stolen automo
bile, even though an innocent, party,
is not Its owner, according to the su
preme court of New Yoik, and the
car can be taken whenever found.
THIS FELIX) W WAS RESOURCE.
After his legs were cut off by a
train on which he was beating his
way in Washington a man improvised
tourniquets to stop the flow ot blood
and nagged another train with a
handful of lighted matches. Physi
cians are of the opinion that he will
There was no Sunday School Sun
day on account of bad weather.
Miss Lola Reeves spent the week
end at home. '
The party at Mr. Flower's Thurs
day night was well attended.
Messrs Joe Turner and Maxle
Valentine went to a dance Saturday
night at Mr. Katun West's of Caddo.
Monty back without qutttion
If HUNTS Slv Mia In tbt
treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA.
RINGWORM, TETTER or
otbar Itchlnv skin dianara.
Try a IB cast bos at our ritk.
CORNER DRUG STORE
Friday, April 1st
and "SON OF TARZAN"
Saturduy, April 2nd
A Big Western
MUTT AND JEFF and FANTOMAS
Montluy and TueMlay, 4 and nth
A Great Super-Special
Wednesday and Thurwlay 6 and 7th
A Big Special Production
POLLY OF THE STORM CX1UNTRY
A Big Double Bill
Friday, April 8th
THE LAND OF JAZZ"
and the Groat Serial
"SON OF TARZAN"
Saturday, April fHh
Guess Who? Nobody But
THE BIG PUNCH"
MUTT AND JEFF and FANTOMAS
Thelma Knlrht snent' Sunday tit.
ternoon with Bertha Turner.
Franklin School boys played ball
against Pritchard Friday. Pritchard
mei ner match.
Chas Plcinovsky and son Arthur
and Bister Francis left Monday for
their home at Stratford, Okla.
Pearl Mitchell snent Frl.lnv nleht
with Bonnoah Strickland.
Judge Reeves and Dan Budia
motored to Caddo Monday.
fiory Atikins motored to Caddo
The little primary folks had dinner
on the around and a Bastnr hunt
Friday. All report a good time.
ITEMS FROM CALERA
Rev. Wylle State Missionary Is
holding a revival at the Missionary
Babtist church. It will continue two
Mrs. J. R. Keller snent Inst week
in Oklahoma Cltv with her ennnln
Mrs. S. C. Matson who Is 111.
The cottage prayer meeting was
held With Mm. Zem Stnna Ti.oortnv
afternoon and will meet next Tuesday I
wan .Airs. Li. u. Hurst,
.Mr. and Mrs. Jimmio Robertson
on account, or ill health will spend
several weeks with their daughter.
Jir. ana .Mrs. J. A. Mapp of near
Achllle visited .Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
We had a considerable freeze
Monday night. ' i
: Mrs. L. A. Sims visited In Calera
Chas. Elliott was In Oklahoma'
City on business last week.
.Mr. and Mrs. Chas Clark were!
shopping in Durant Wednesday. I
.Miss KOltb e .Martin whn Innehp.i
school at, Pleasant Hill spent the
week-end with home folks.
Mrs. Lttla Crawford Ih vlsltlne in
Ilev. John Iloyet filled his regular
appointment at the" First nnntlst
church Saturday night, Sunday and
MIs iMInnabe'.l Colbert of Tlsho.
mingo is spending the week with
friends nnd relatives in Keneflck.
Mr. and Mis. Curtis Lewis of
Dr. M. Gray. Eye. Ear. Xosi nnd
Thiiuit, lin.s removed to over Jenkins
I try uimkIn Co.
When You Feel
nauseated and dizzy take
TUELL'S LIVER TONIC and BE
FREE of that awful feeling.
Sold by all Druggists.
TUELL MEDICINE CO.
Price Reduction in
Our customers may be assured that any reduction in
prices granted us will at once be passed on to them.
At present we are offering some bargains in canned
goods and invite your inspection and order.
You will save money every time you do it.
Every Saturday we have a number of unusual bar
gains that will mean a double saving in money if you buy.
Phone us an order. '
Cash Flour & Feed Co.
30-32 W. Main
Close Out Prices On
We are offering Oliver
You can make money on
A. L. Severance Hdw. Co.
Tishomingo visited friends and rela -
"' in neneiicK,
Charlie Wells of Durant was In
Jim Bagwell made a business trip
to Durant Tuesday.
-Miss Inez Etchleson was visiting
in Durant Friday and Saturday.
Dr. Drake and family were in
J. L. Morris was attending to busi
ness in Durant Tuesday.
Mr. Davis from Fort Worth spent
the week with his uncle Mr. John
Mrs. Mitchell from Tetrell, Texas
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jim
Nixon this week.
Marlon Winners was a business
caller in Durant Mondny.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen were in
F. M. Nixon after a two.wceks
siay In North Oklahoma and Arkan
sas returned home this week.
Miss Esther Weaver was In Aim.
strong Friday afternoon.
L. z. Ratcllff was in Durant Wed-
John Mills was in Durant Tuesday,
mtati:mi:t op tiik ow.NKitxiiir,
i:tc, hkoi iiikii by tiik at
op (o.MittnxH op jtmi'MT
Of The Durant Weekly News tuiMlsheil
Mrs. M. P. Til den and
Others Praise Swamp
Mrs. Tildcn, who lives in Little
Creek, La., says: "Swamp Tonic Is
the best medicine I ever used, and I
cannot get along without it,"
Mr, John Plunkctt, who lives in
Core, Okla., says, "I know Swamp
Tonic can be relied on to cure chills,
and I would never be without a bottle
in the house."
Elmer Park is alto a booster for thit
famous old tonic that relieves to much
malaria, ague, chills, etc. Mr. Park
says: "Every home should have Swamp
Chill Tonic in it It is the one remedy
that positively cures all forms of chills
E. W. Scoggint, Esta, La., accident
ally ran across a bottle of Swamp Chill
Tonic and writes us that he likes it fins.
Other letters such as these come in to
es almost every day.
Swamp Chill Tonic is 60 cents a bot
tle. All dealers recommed it. djjj
ten inch blackland plows
Walking planters $5.00
Two horse one row plan
ters $45.00. Second hand
implements price accord
ing to condition.
Hog fencing, barb wire,
poultry and rabbit fencing,
poultry netting and every
thing needed to fix up the
place at close out prices.
our lose. Come and sve
wkly at Durant, Oklahoma fop April
STATK OK OKLAHOMA
COUNTY OF ntlVAN
Ilefore me, a Notary riibllc In and
for the State and county aforesaid.
Personally appeared K. M. Kvana, who
hnvliiK been duly sworn according to'
law, deposes and says that he Is the
owner of the Durant Weekly News and
that the following In. to the best of his
knowledge and belief, a true statement
of the ownerahlp, management etc., of
the aforesaid publication for the date
Known In the above caption, required
by the Art of August 24, 1912, embod
ied In section 443. Pnatal Lawa and
ItegulatlnnR, printed on the reverse of
this form, to wit:
1. That the name and add reuses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
I'ubllHher, R SI. Hvnna, Durant, Okla,
Kdttor, K. M. Kvans, Durnnt, Okla.,Man-
aging l.'dltor, K. M. Kvans, Durant.
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SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE
FIRST STATE BANK
I Durant, Oklahoma 1
DEPOSITS GUARANTEED ?J
Frank Lewis, President, Forrest II. Johnson, Vlca-Prta.
A. II. Ferguson, Vlce-Pres. T. A. Blakeney, Casblsr. ''
When You Think Of
Consult with us. We can give you good advice re
We handle the well known lines of REYNOLDS
and DEVOE PAINTS and VARNISHES.
See our display and ask for prices.
Crescent Drug Co. -
217 W. Main Telephone 99
5; Under New Manage
I have purchased the Model Transfer and am now
in 'charge. We will give the public prompt and effi-'
SERVICE CARS IN CONNECTION
LET US HAUL YOUR TRUNK
W. A. PICKINSON, Prop.
28 West Main.
Now is the time- to do your painting and
here is the place to get your paint. We have
a complete line of
Paints and Varnishes
and can supply your needs from our stock.
Sherwin Williams prepared paint covers
360 square feet of surface, two coats, to the
gallon, and gives real protection.
E. H. SMITH HARDWARE
Olclu., Utialnras Managers E M. ITm ..
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.1 Thul ffin Unnufn lmHAtiAtAaai if Ka
mortgagees, nnd other security hohtom '
owning 1 per cent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, or otfcar
sei'iirltlm are none.
K. M. EVANS,
Knot n to and subscribed befora W
Mr. J.Mh day of March1921
(My commission expires February Mb
Moae back without qnaaton
If HUNTS aWHf hlta la M
tVMtimmt mt ITCH.
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209 W. Main St.
123 N. Third Ave.
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