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JULY 14, 1922
Ti n VI' HEM'S STAMP
deb. !.: Wnkkal diseases
I i '
, Doctors To Report AH
,. Trent I'd
u i4 I diumisxionur)
iv passed a bill an
.i il.i In- ucd by the
...ipt'iatintr with the
,. .titli Service, for the
. mI i1!p:imm
i,.i. lu.ri'tofciii' been an
tiiti- Health Depart-
.i tn function on nc
tuii'iit funds but now
, ilii everything tnnt is
.,,l,.i a'!istanre to pqi
. ficim these dreaded
will be instituted in
of the State and littjr-
, iW to the disease, its
will be on hand in this
all times to be mailed
TTIR TMTRANT WBHKLY NRWS
Jaunita Keirscy moved her herd of School began Monday with Kath
cattlc from Keirsey to Twelve-Milo erino Yandal as teacher.
Prairie. Miss Ruby Daniel who has been sick
Miss Stella Daggett spent Monday for the past week was able to attend
afternoon with Mrs. Jewel Keirscy. I school Monday.
Roddic Daniel snent Saturday nieht Buster Rrouks was in Rock Snrines ! Mrs. Trott,
and Sunday with his uncle, Royal vicinity Sunday. Mlldrel Sharp spent Tuesday nlht
uukkkh,. .i-. niiunuunu unrKcr oi uanpj with .launtta Keirsey,
imaa i-iiui uuiiu. iuias oil'iiu uuuvi'i- in mis uisimci oumiuy uiwr-
vcima unggett went to gamer piumD" noon.
ertson of this place.
Mr. Eunice Yandell is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Edgar.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Keirxey spent
one night last week with their mother.
Clnudic Fountain of Kenefick vis
ited Mrs. W. Q. Mclnnish this weekend.
Mr. ana Mrs. Brock entertained n
wnercul disease is not as
it was 2 or 3 years ago,
union enough to consti-
lenace. ana oniy Dy me
II l' of all patients by
'. ... ..i,,..icinns. nnd stnet com-
ffl,c!?h A...' ivV Sv nil infected ner-
lte wiui j! - wiin
" .i ii. ,lif-iinan
.. ttirr. t-iu ui.uujv.
Lr(.f01, I think it advisable for
. . nhifEtninna
with a copy of Senate Bill
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,n - icnn iiiiirnii o
-0: '. ..; cn,iiAn nt wn to
1 .h J1I1I11I' 1 ULbVlVII ...-
'ta?i hi 'wth in It. and that all
s needed 'mi.."-
it l.a'l '' unlawful for any per-
L,iflBP - 'niccica i.l .-
K - . Vlil-I Ill I IIIUI 1. SUUI AMVWJ
411. v ' . ..voTrtlnnllnTi nnrl
ar, . . 11 l ;...... , "".-
Mtmcnt I some repuiauie ijr?i-
n person viuiuumk ."; i"
Hnn oi im M-cnuii siuui "!'""
Lid l.v f-m of not less tnan -nven-
r-fiu P' nari io.uu; ui "" muiu
ifcan Fiu Hundred uouars t?.)uu.uyi
. bv fM'f ' eineni in wiu tuunij juii
oratem' f not less man ininy vouj
u,f rnr " "re man imu u; ji.i u
ly loth '" and impri'onment."
n f MJrKK ADDRESSED
(.(Mill CROWDS IN COUNTY
ITEMS FROM KEIRSF.Y
Sunday School Wasn't attended vnrv nnn Inu Inot wfiol-
WCiLSoUnti?L0nn"Untf "I?1 v. 't Jliss, Cary.,JIcstcr, has "turned, 1TEMS pR0M KEmsEY
'akij unit uuiiii. mi an jt! ii lit! i' iiiiiiiu i rnm h imnn wnom nn Rnnni. i . . ...... -..- .... -. .... ............. .
Ground were in Mead Saturday. n few days with her sister. I, i"0 " meeting which Is bclnfr bunch of young folks with a party
Robbie Baggett and family spent This section was visited by another hcU1, nt tll,s l,lace is bclnB w,n nt' Saturday night. All reported a nice
Saturday and Sunday with his moth- liln rain Frl.inv nfiomnnn. tenqed timc
or, Mrs. Ellen Baggett of Silo. I, Mr. trott and Mrs. Trott were
Miss Sarada and Stella Baecctt DOWNING CHAPEL .in v....oeri one uay last wcck.
spent the day Saturday with Mrs. fnn nm t.M hv n,i lnnklnn-..."";. T,, , 5cal m.adc " ?"n?"
.""' '" .'"""""" syn...v,... .. u,
Any flapper can dress on $87.55 a
year provided she only has her hair
dressed, advises Life. Well, she
doesn't require much more under the
prevailing styles, docs she?
Jaunita Keirsey wa in Mead Mon-
Vallie Renver hns rplnrnod nt'i ni n 1.1 i t
home from where she.had been. ThursHav until Snturdnv with Misses
Huth Daniel has returned to I Ophelia and Deal Cartwright of Lib-
Durant from where she had been vis
iting ner nusoand, Mr. Hope Daniel
Miss Jaunita Keirsey was in Mead
one day last week.
Add Daniel and sons Robbie and
Almond. Jr., dined with his mother,
Mrs. Daniel Sunday night.
Mrs. Sarada Casey is numbered
with the sick list this week.
Fred McLaughin was a business
visitor in Durant Monday.
Raymond Casey made a business
trip to Dallas last Week.
Mrs. Myrtle Daniel was in Calera
Miss Stella Baggett was thrown
from a horse but didn't receive any
wounds except a bruised arm.
Miss Odcssie Faudra visited friends
The singing was well attended at
Mr. Harmon's Sunday night.
Frank Maton wasf in Atoka Sat
urday. Miss Gertrude Burkhalter is suffer
ing with the sore eyes at this writ
ing. Miss Nancy Austin visited her sjs
ter of near Caney Tuesday.
Misses Banna and Vada Jackson of
Holder visited here Sunday afternoon.
Miss Clara Daniel haDDened to a
very painful nccident last Friday,
While, hoeing she made a mislick
which struck her right foot and cut
a severe wound
Jaunita Keirsey and Vallie Duer at
tended Sunday School at Fulsom
iMia uunn was in Mead Saturday.
Vallie Duer snent Saturday nicht
with Jaunita Keirsey.
jnrr Keirscy of Mexia, Texas
snent Monday and Tuesday if last
week with his mother, Mrsf Trott.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fuller of Henrietta
is visiting Mr. andMrs. Charlie Rob-
Cures Malaria, Chills,
Fever, Bilious Fever,
Colds and LaGrippe.
DR. A. L. STOUT
First State Bank BulUlng
Thone 888 Res. Phone 6C0-J
O. K. MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Cured Ments
Phone 128 118 WeBt Main
Have you clothes rework
ed now for winter. Old fura re
made to latest styles. New
work my specialty. Satisfac
tion and fit assured.
N. Sec. Durant, Okla.
Drs. Evans & Warren
"Whore Health's Contagious"
Office hours 9 a. m. to G p. m.
120 N. Third. Durant, Okja.
JUST THE VERY BEST OF
GROCERIES THAT'S ALL -
Phone your next order to 148.
Free City Delivery
130 West Main Durant.
1 11 Chas. D. Carter, from
member of the lower
. intional Congress since
ffMcn years ago. made
in oches in the county last
ii at Kenefick. Caddo,
Ilokchito, Old Kemp. Ca-
rint. He was greeted by
o and interested crowds
.king date nnd was cn-
received in Durant,
nind up his speaking in
wa introduced here by
II Ferguson who made a
maiks to the point.
twited the Republicans
' n' lime failed to do. and
Democrats for what they
He spoke about econo-
ns well as political
lil his hearers attention
i'i hour nnd a half ad-
s now one of the four
irntic members of the
means that he has
11 t important committee
It is the committees
bodies that readily do
' 1 ai eomplish the things,
n igiiments of choice go
oldest in service under
rule. No new man
it this standing short of
of service, and no new
M be of any service for a
kt pa i
fere fni r
in ! e '
ACEll M N rOI'ND nOUND
IN lil RNINT. HUGO HOUSE
while he was new at the
Bnurii 'i.iiwl nn fnnt with a wire
Idothc-lT. R A. Howard. C5 years
oiii, :p,v h war veteran and proprie
tor of iiairy nt Hugo was rescued
from h. imrning home by J. T. Reed.
1 nenrhl who heard his cries about
1:30 oilmk Monday morning.
Accm.f rjr to Howard, he was
aeiztil b two masked men when he
roe at 1 o'clock to take a dose of
medicine third man, also masked
then appeniei with a wire clothesline
taken fmni Howard's back yard and
inc n'tackers then noured kero
sene o-or the house, fired it and
left Hrmn'-d to his fate.
Rffil who lives next door to the
Howard home, happened to awaken.
He ttimoil in a fire alarm and rushed
over to flip house, and, hearing How-
""" rri'- uragced him out. Howard
a' a' his wife having left on a
ji'it a f v days ago. ne is at a loss
w 1 inn nnv motive for the attack,
doclanre (hat he "didn't have nn
memy n thP world" that he knew
UltfiF IIR MOI.AY CLASS
IS INITIATED FRIDAY
A l.i -, 0iass 0f young men was
initial. 1 !nto the order of De Molay
OI thr ni-mnl nnJlln.. 1-..1 1?.Mm.
. - inn 1 nun luiiuin IU-.1. ri uav
nlphr m tbr Tlroufitiirt ri n mMmYinf nt
Ma'tor Maons. who were invited to
wiinc- the ceremonies. The work
f(l n an impressive way. with the
1i , n ""'forms and other repa
"a and indo a deep impression. The
y il ne the work nt this time
. Cab v.
on Chnrlpq Olldnr. Oar-
Mnody, Clyde M. Hubbard,
rlidney. Jim Mathews. Rob-
'inr nenjamln Franklin
,,Tr Eleor p. McEIreath.
'"nn Wright, William Park,
eil I.ewis, John S. Darnell.
"mas uownen. .ionn 1.
I"l Smllb. John ?. Podflol.
,n i' on Benj. Herbert Hiilts
' Hardy Kimbriel, Mal-
, iliiams, Vernon Snell, John
''ar, Earl Intolubbe, Iiyd
ler. Roy Leo Stephenson.
n Rlanton, Ocie Lee McDon-
"""'t Dyer, James Mulkey,
i-'tipoerry and Harry Hewiti
A BOLL WEEVIL CATCHER
Catches the Weevil
DOZENS OF FARMERS WHO HAVE USED THE NEW BOLL WEEVIL CATCHER
BEING SOLD THROUGH THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF DURANT, ARE EN
THUSIASTIC IN THEIR TRIALS, WHICH HAVE PROVEN THAT THE CATCHER
REALLY CATCHES THE WEEVILS. THE BELIEF IS UNIVERSAL THAT IF YOUR
COTTON IS PLOWED EVERY WEEK AND A CATCHER USED IN CONNECTION
WITH THE CULTIVATOR THAT YOU WILL MAKE COTTON THIS YEAR IF EVERY
COTTON GROWER IN THE COUNTY WILL USE ONE OF THEM, A REASONABLY
GOOD CROP IS ASSURED IN SPITE OF THE EARLY PRESENCE OF NUMEROUS
The machine is very simply and cheaply made. It consists of two pieces of sheet iron
fastened together at the top with iron straps, which in turn are fastened underneath the
cultivator tongue, so that when the cotton is cultivated the sheets of sheet iron straddle
the row. The bottoms are curved in and running lengthwise on the botton of each sheet
of iron is a trough, it being calculated that these troughs be as close to the stalk as pos
sible. Running diagonally across from one sheet to the other are straps of sheet iron,
which, when the cotton stalks strike them the stalks are shaken vigorously from side to side
while passing between the sheets of iron forming the side walls. This shaking process
will not only knock off the weevils, but the infected squares as well and there is only one
place they can possibly fall in the troughs at the bottom of the sheet iron side walls.
These troughs are filled with kerosene, which soon kills the weevils as well as the hun
dreds of eggs on the infected squares that would later on become weevils.
In infected cotton where the machine has been used, after several rounds, the troughs
have been found to be filled with weevils and infected squares containing eggs. When
the troughs become filled with weevils and infected squares, they are dumped and set
afire, and the fire does the rest.
One of the machines can be seen at the Durant Chamber of Commerce, Durant, Okla
homa, where orders may be placed for them. The cost to the cotton grower is but $6.00
delivered in Durant. Hundreds of them are now in use, and hundreds more should be put
into use at once.
Experience shows that to do its most effective work the catcher should be used oyer
your cotton every week, or oftener if possible. We all know that frequent cultivation
does much to combat the weevil. Cultivation every week plus the thousands of weevils
and infected squares that the catcher will catch and destroy, should insure us a crop this
THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS DONATED BY
The Choctaw Cotton Oil Company
The Durant National Bank,
The American National Bank,
The Commercial National Bank,
The Durant Weekly News.
120 N. 3rd
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