The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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When you have anything to buy
or sell in the way of Real Estate see
me before listing it elsewhere.
1 get results.
B. C. ROSE.
have a telephone installed
with the People-* Telephone Exchange and talk to
vour friends and transact your business fn»m your own hon t
or office. We put up any Local, Rural or Long Distance
connections that can be secured by telephone.
Telegrams handled via our Western ,-onnections to all
parts of the I'nited States.
The Farmers & Mer-
Extends a cordial iuviation to all to make this their
banking house. Courteous treatment and accomodations
consistent with conservative banking.
J. H. Burnett,
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rurs' earn*'. Ha» p«irrha»*d »
n»w motonyelr lis think* h*
f«n run hi* mavMnv ttww efcrap-;
ly than th* • ••h»r ««»rri»r* a» h«'
ingoing i" »r> run it with h»*
rha« Norri* and ir«>ther of
Crvia were vtailing K. ti. Hunt* j
: man Saturday
We are informed that we mis-
quoted Mr. Spruill »«»t *eek.
He say* he lis* ii« notion of
trading off his h»ui«da and mak-
ing a crop. He nay* hunting
j beat* farming with him t«" mi
. the gamr. Beg >uur pardon
.Tom, w»-don't wifch to mitHjUote
' Mr*. W. M Stewart lias been
i- but ia reported better ai
present. Iler grandchild is very
sick at her home while if mother!
is visiting in Texas.
Rev. Roark preached at New
Hope last Sunday.
The farmers of route one had a j
[ heavy rainfall last Saturday
which put Cottonwood creek
higher than it has been for years.
M. L'. Alexander,; our enter-
I prising broom corn man, made a
flying trip to Wichita Kails last
week on business pertaining to
his trade. While there he sold
car load of broom corn at $45 per
Tom Moore who has been ver\
low for some time is reported no
B. F. Moore has just erccted a
fine barn on route one.
The new Zion community is I
coming alive. Singing every 1st)
and 3rd Sunday. They have
purchased a new organ. Hur-
rah for them.
We will have to 9top and fight
Mr. "Green" awhile.
Remember that the Tim Murphy Hardware
Company is headquarter* for Standard Mowers
and that they will sell them to you right.
Keep Out The Flies.
This is the place to get your Screen Wire.
Below is a picture of the Monarch Coal Oil Stove,
absolutely the best on the market. Come in and
let us talk about the Monarch; we can demonstrate
TIM MURPHY HDW. COMPANY.
Crops are looking fine. Most
everyone on the route has a good
stand Of cotton and the farmers
Dr. Meredith, wife and little
girl were in town Wednesday
We carry a pood otoe* of Furni'ure.
Rug., Art Square.. Matting.. Enamel, and
Come in and look through our stoek
when in need, and if we do not have what
you want, we will get it for you.
We carry a complete line
of Undertakers Goods.
are busy since the rain.
Fred Boyett and Miss Trudie
Collier, both of route one. were
happily married at the home of
C. Stark at ten o'clock last Sun-
day morning. We join their
many friends in wishing them a
smooth sail on the matrimonial
Frank Shearer was out at his
farm 2 miles northwest of town,
Will Massey and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
J. A. Griffin and family.
Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Mays,
the Chas. Chitty and family, K. P.
Crigger and family and Mrs. Wil-
son were guests of ye scribe
.Hunday. Dr. Mays and the boys
rhad a big time motoring in th«s
Motorintr is not so good »*ncej after
the rain, as the mads are very)
rough. I don't like to be a kicker
but would like for some mad
F E Burden reports as having |
I ,he best oats in his neighborhood, j
j A, J. Kennedy has the longest j
row of cotton in Jackson county.,
' Between 40 and 50 acres in it. |
; Sounds sorter fishy, eh.
Weaver G tiffin
carrier's wheel morning and ev-
ening this week wcrKing up a
new mail route out of Duke.
L. Thomas and family spent
work to be done on the route.
Patrons on rural routes should
keep the roads fix-d. The f arrier
has to go over them every day
J. P. Bain on louteone had the
misfortune to get one of bis legs
broken Sunday morning while
trying t-» drive up some horses
that were in the pasture. The
hon-ehe was riding fell on hisle*
while probably the patrom
and broke both bones between the
Duke Furniture Company.
not travel the road once a wevk.
Solomon Anderson ar.d daugh-
ter. Miss Ethel, were in lown
The Colli-r boys have rented
i forty acre* of la*i«i on H. L
| Snapp* win lv land farm to put
| in cotton
< >tx*ar M«-rehead
Saturday and had a couple of
the fair *•* with him.
Mr#. V D. Loonry wa# in t »»
1„ |». >sre«-ney «»» -n the
creek <i«h«ng M> nday. He *a*i
b«> va* g^ttmn bite-.
knee and ankle. Drs. Baugh iind
Ma>s were called in to set the
|«V Mr. Bain had just g"t »p
from a i« >ng spell of fever. His
home is fiv« milt9 northwest «»f
, tow: .
F M. Sh^rt hac1 the bad hi^k
t„ get a milch cow killed t
lightning Friday m«>rninK
in t« wn me 'aM rain.
The ««i.i k Kabl»ita »re h»v-
m»: » hard urn. this spring, eet
•ing and krep;ng 'ut "f the *ss
L P. SHAW
DUKE >: >• OKLA
About that h< t kiteheii
• In the kitelo it it" yon
have a New - lVrfeetion
Oil i»t>ve to <i<> y«.tir
Come and see
This woiuielful stove,
au<I after s-eeinu it.
Ask >OJr reighbor about
There is hardly a pernoii
lull what hae a liei^hlor
ll.-il g « lie.
Don't Forget the Name
THE NEW PERFECTION a
N«ld ami guaranteed by
DARBY BROS BASH STORE
Sole Agents, Duke, Ok'ahcma
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Roberts, Jasper N. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1911, newspaper, May 18, 1911; Duke, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc402856/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.