DAY. DEC. 16. 1921
THE DPRANT WBK1CLT NEWS.
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Vtiltur Vcach milks four cows.
n thlity-day yenod in which
hd the cream, sho leceivcd
If the cream solo, besides ua-
Li pounds of butter for table
u three quart' of cream. The
fcd milk of course was left for
and chickens. Just figure
nnd sec what the result of a
lid "I guuu uuuy tuwN wuuiu
Cotton, middling basis 17V4c
I'd Makes A
cifnt hen crks,
h, have a much different flav-
ih is to be accounted for in
fed given the hens, says a chick-
Icier. A certain uurum lamuy
(consumes a lot of eggs brought
Let full from Floyd Hagood
Ihcr day, and the head of the
I asserts that they had just the
liar flavor his family likes. In-
ition reveals that the Hagoods
:mre-bred Black Minorco and
rcd white Leghorn hens, and
they feed them .peanuts and
3 & lo
. ... 35c
Pralrjo Hay .
GrMfa Hides .
Dry Hides -
Sugar, 151bs tor
Corn Meal, 25 lbs.
... 6 3-4c
. 18 3-3c
Women's Club Meeting, ,.
Women's Club of Seely School
Ihcir meeting Tuesday of last
presided over My Miss Bute,
I demonstrator. Mr. IUdway,
Specialist from A. & M. Col-
alked to the ladies on the care
feeding of dairy cows; Mr.
of Strickland's cream station
on the proper care and hand-
bf cream; Farm Agent G. B.
spate about the general good
ying to the country at large.
Butter, retail .
Money In Turkeys
W James, who lives four miles
of Durant, finds that there is
to be made on the farm out
ore crops than one. Mr. James
eted Mb turkey crop nere and re-
the r.eat sum of S3G7 for the
with about $100 worth left at
Dad's Not Supportin' Him
least one farmer in Garfield
jty has benefited tnis year oy
i club work, according to report
ttrion C Liebhart, county agent.
nswer to the question, "what
you done with the proceeds of
I crop last year?" the son of that
cr answered, "let dad have it
Corn Chops, cwt.
Cotton Seed Meal, cwt.
Prairie Hay, bale
60c O 60c
Sweet Potatoes, retail
Irish Potatoes, retail
Dry Salt, Sides
Pork Sausage .
Roast, flat rib
Roast, standard rib
Sugar cured Bacon .
amount. Stockcr.i and feeders de
One load Christmas beef averaging
107o pounds. $12.75
UKEK STEERS :
Good to Choice $7.00$ROO
Fair to Good fi.75 0.75
Common to Fair . 4.50 5.75
Good to Choice ii.50 0 00
Fair to Good 4.."i0 5.50
Common to Fair 3.50 425
Good to Choice - fi.r.0 025
Fair to Good 4.50 5.50
Common to Fair 350 450
Stock Cows and Heifers 3.00 4.50
Stock Calves 4 00 0.00
Stock Bulls 300 3.50
Good to Choice 3.75 4 50
Fair to Good 3.25 3.75
Cutters No demand for 2.75 325
Canners and cutters . 2.2'i 2.75
Good to Choice 4.50 5.50
Fair to Good 3.76 4.25
Common to Fair 3.00 3.75
CALVES & YEARLINGS:
Baby Beef 7-60 8.75
Killers 5.50 7.00
Veals, Fair to Good 7.00 7.50
Veals, Common to Fair 4.00 7-00
Killers and Bolognas .. 2.75 3-50
Light C70 0.90
Heavy . G.50 0.75
Packing Sows 5.50 0.00
Pigs 0.50 7.10
Lambs 9.0010 25
Lambs Cull - 4.00 0.00
Yearlings 7.00 8.00
Wethers 5.00 0.00
Ewes 4.00 4.50
Feeding lambs 7.50 8-50
WEnB MOTOR COMPANY
NOW IN NEW QUARTERS
The Webb Motor Company Ford
und Fordson dealers, arc now located
in their new building at Fifth and
Alain, formeily occupied by the Haggard-Duckworth
Motor Compnny, and
where the new occupant hn made
extensile improvements In the way of
remodeling. One improvement has
been to iicnrd the elevator nnd in
stall a drive woy over which cars can
be taken up stairs under their own
CRAIG IS CAPTAIN OV
BASKET BALL TEAM
Fred Cinig of liosuull, a Inst year's
Normal basket ball star has been Se
lected team captain this year. Other
men out for the team arc Tyree,
Gladncy, Farmer and Hqycn of last
year's team, Hclback and Boyct of
the 1817 team, and Witt, Fontaine
nnd Wind' of lnt yearV high school
team. Coach Bell believes he has a
line up that will bid strong for the
State championship this year.
ALLEGED CAR THIEVES TO
HAVE HEARING FRIDAY
Friday of thLs week, before Jus
tice Archibald, the four men brought
in from Ardmore last week, charged
with stealing several automobiles
here, will have their preliminary
healing. The men are Rorie, Irving,
Guy Lindsey and H. C Crnnfield. The
fir-t thice hove been out on bond
WOODMEN ELECT .OFFICERS
FOR 'COMING YEAR
At the regular meeting of the W.
O. W. last Wednesday night, the fol
lowing officers were elected: Earl
Ward, counsul commander; J. S.
Head, adviser; M. E. Hale, banker;
E. M. Wanton, clerk; Scott Powell,
escort; J. H. Green, watchman; Lon
Volls, sentry; and J. S. Street and J.
D. Stephenson were elected managers.
(Here's Busy County Agent
J. Eldridge, demonstration agent
Seckham county, has made 200
fches during the progress of his
the past year, addressing, in
mcctintss, a total of 28,872, he
fin hU annual repot t to the Ex
on Division of the A. and M. Col-
To reach those meetings and
;r the individual calls of the
Eldridce ys he has traveled
13, or an average of almose 1,000
Is per month.
Market compared with last Monday
Cattle steady. Hogs 20c higher.
Sheep 50c higher. Strike situation
unchanged. Packers buying limited
CANADA'S BIG ISSUE, A TARIFF
Canada hai had one of the hottest
political campaigns in its history, and
what do you suppose the big issue is ?
The tariff. Most Canadians believe a
low tariff will mean that American
products will pour across the border.
Canada's Conservative party wants a
high tariff; the Liberal, a moderate
tariff: the farmers, with America's
big markets nnd implement factories
J next door, want abolition of tariff on
looasiuiis, inucimiery mm uiiiuiiiic.uo
used on farm", and free trude with
England in 5 years. The Agrarian, or
Farmers' party, in Canada, is of re
lent growth, but has spread over the
rSBURG COUNTY VOTES
$730,000 ROAD BONDS
arf'election held Saturday in
Itsburg. nn overwhelming majority
returned in favor of issuing
BO.OOf) in bonds for building moie
Dil road in the county The sum
to be matched by Federal aid. The
ming coinniittics returned the iig-
tt majority for the bonds whun
ried by about four to one.
NIGHTS TEMPLARS ELECT
OFFICERS FOR THE YE R
Durant Commandery, knights
Bmplars, elected officers for the en-
hng year at a meeting held lue'day
feht of this week, the officeis selec-
bcing: J. B. Hickman, Comman-
Ir, reelected, J. D. Stephenson, gen-
allssima, Tom Nesbit, captain gen-
al, Dr. Willis Cleaveland, prelate.
km Stone, treasurer, Uiyue aeon,
GUT FOR CHUISTJIAS
Nothing is more fitting as a Gift to children
than a Savings Account. Its a (Sift worth
wn,Ie- , .....
Why not open a Saving-, Account for little
son or daughter with ub as a Gift to thera
vou'U never regret it.
Save for a rainy day they al
ways come. The Savings Ac
count is the way.
-8HS& ways come. The Savings Ac,- Mil '
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IT'S A PHOTOGRAPH
Send your friends a lasting
remembrance of yourself
A Photograph will last a
To those who wish photo
service, we request that
you phone your appoint
1 X. Third Durant Ok.
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TAIT IS REPRIEVED
Reprieve of ninety doys for W "
Talt, under death sentence, imc "Ut
have been electrocuted Friday of S
week, was granted Monday by (wsw
cmor Robertson. Tnit was convict
in connection with the killing: "
Russell Sprague, tawton taxi dnvtn.
Cleo W. Gobcn wns convicted at
amc time, and both were scntetws-T
to death. The Criminal Court of Ay
peals recently granted a new fcrT
to Goben, and Talt is expected tc
the principal witness nt the trial. -case
comes up Home time in JnrtiiaKT-
Clcmcnte Rodcriguiz, a Mexican
dishwasher employed at the White;
House Cafe was accidentally shot
through the right shoulder Tuesday
afternoon. A small boy had brought
Into the cafe a small pistol that ap
peared to be a toy cap pistol, lie
showed it to Joe Smith, assistant
chef of the cafe, who snapped the
trigger. There was an explosion and
the injured man groaned once, when
it was found that the pistol contained
a 22 calibre shell. The wound is not
Ben Rlsner, deputy sheriff at Ben
nington, has resigned his commission
and will move bacjc to the farm, it
K. OF V. DEGREE WORK
The Durant Knights of Pyt '
Lodge put on degree work Mamf5
night which was followed by a qp
feed participated in by a large
ber of local members and vfsit-
The degrees put on by the crack JUr
grec team of the Ardmore Io46
which was done up in a very impc
CITIZENS OIL COMTK
Wholesale 4 Retfr
Gasoline and Oils
Service Station 420 W.
Free Delivery in City
Telephone 721 Durant 0 -
And while wo feel so good we will not forget our friends-..
and the children. When you begin to think of things for
presents, think of ub, for we have them. We have many
different kinds of dolls and toys at almost any price, both,
foreign and American-made ones, with the elespy eyecp
and with hair.
IN THE GIFT LINE WE SUGGEST
Pocketbooks, Bill cases, Fountain Pens, Eversharp Pencils-,.
Shaving Mirrors, Military Brushes, Smoking Sets, Razor
Seta, Cigarette Cases, Smoking Stands, Loose-Leaf Note
books, Books. Stationery, Parisian Ivory Mirrors, Brushes;.
Combs, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Manicure Articles
Frames, Glass BasketB, Bibles and Testaments, Footballs,.
Basketballs. Air Rifles, Baseball Gloves, Skates, Doll Bug
gies, Play Suits, Friction Toys, Artificial Flowers, Bulbar.
(Narcissus, Tulips, etc.)
WE HAVE A WONDERFUL LINE OF DOLLS and TOYS-
VURANT &OOK STORE
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(!i'ullt Reader, with duo consider- ;-
'it foil and all respect to flics many,
many, faithful, Saintly Old Souls, W
both men and women, who have r
liv d lhi'H of usefulness lives of jgfy,
service, and are now passing
lluoiigli the vor. evening of lire.
Hearing the Golden Sunset I lift my W
hat hi reveiene . For them 1 have
all love and sympathy. a
lint I want to tell you veiy enipha- $,
tically theie ar some "old heads," gi
both "he's" and "she's" among the
middl aite class to whom "Youik Wt-
Truly" does not cater. They have
my consent to spend their "lucre"
elsewhere. .More than that 1 do not
want them ev. ii to read by Huck Shot I '.order Philosophy, because in inanv cases they
are beyond redemption, there's no hope for their "wither-d hides."
1 refer to the "long-faced," "hide-bound" chronic grouch who has no recollection
of his childhood, who has lost all Interest in young life; Christmas is a-nuisanoe and
a little cand. is a thing to be despised.
Gentle Reader, I am happy in the belief that thlB class Is far in the minority.
The I'rune Shop diaws its support from young folks; from grown-ups who were once
childrm. From men and women who reineniDers wiu uuiu rai m-uuui huuhu, uiu i.v
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Select your Christmas Present Early
Now that the particular gift season is at hand, you can have a chance to select
from our line the Christmas present that will really be appreciated.
You should Bee our newly stocked, really superb line.
IVORY TOILET SETS
BEAUTIFUL CUT GLASS
per wads, the Professors picture on the old fashion slate, but 1
meiuorv "their first sweethearts" and how the young heart heat
with th" little camlv hearts, "I love you" "Kiss me-quick" "Yi
You cannot be sure of being on time with a faulty timepiece. Get a good one.
See ub for a guaranteed celebrated HOWARD Watch. We have them, and they are
the highest product of the WATCHMAKERS' art.
Hundreds of staple and novelty articles. We can supply your every want. Come
In and select the article you want. ,
W. H. GUIVI1VI
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but the most cherlnlu'd
fast when presented
You are mine." etc.
Gentle reader I believe every child in Durant and Bryan County should have u
liberal share of candy this Christmas. Times are hard, but if the child could awake
and find a stocking fat with candy the Christmas 'Spirit would Immediately dominate,
and the cost is so small.
The Prune Shop placed with Loose-Wiles Candy Co., of Kansas City, by far the
largest exclusive candy order going to a retail establishment, In the history of Durant.
One hundred palls of thirty to forty pound average, totaling over 3,000 pounds
of their high grade candles freBh from the great Loose-Wiles Candy Kitchens In
Kansas City. Time was short; they were anxlouB to sell, and by placing such an or
der we virtually named our own price.
One lot consists of Fudge, Cocoanut Squares, Jelly beans, KIbbcb, Peanut
SuuareB and Chocolate DropB, which we will sell at lDc per pound In Bmall Iota;larger
quantities cheaper. This Ib not cheap, hard carried over stuff like a great many of ub
merchants' sold last year, but fresh new varieties JuBt an named abovo read that list
over again. Also one lot fresh Christmas Mixed at 12 l-2c per pound small lots,
quantities cheaper. Special prices by the pall to Churches, SchoolB and Entertain
ments. Don't wait until the laBt minute. This Ib all we'll have this Christmas. We win
nut vour name on your purchases and take care of It until Christmas Eve. No charge
for this service. You are welcome to thlflcandy stock, whether you want half pound
Back, or 30 pound pall.
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