The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1911 Page: 4 of 4
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% AUmiI IImiI In* MUto'M
v iltU Huiwwr
the new perfection
Bold and guaranty! by A.Alip
URBY BROS CASH STORE
Sole Agents, Duke, Oklahoma
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ml #!«»*•• i«» '1° >ol,r
Com* and »m
mi<l awing II.
Aak your noifhbor about
Then* I* hardly a |«r»*Hi
hill what Imo a
Don't Forf •! lb# Nam#
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Mr*. J. A. •—
train **iu*!ay •*•»»•»* *"* T,,#*
• h*e*-he will •*•«* • ■"»
| » |*|lin«
I |tr»v « ri*w«dl *i»d fo««^y
W i„ cablo And family.
Cn»p» are i.m>kmit #»♦»•
^ |Rrg# rn«wd «t w#n *«»d
fflrty #w <* ft'1*" *rf*
aaiherwd *» Cltol «U*rk* M.«dav
wh. n th* carrier paa*ftd g*ll»"I
rf««r a wt»ll <-h»o. I.u-'h I" |
you buy*. «Vm »f you can
Mr*. Hud Himlh wenl *«» Allu*
Hatunlay lo vi«dl h»r Mk* • law,
day*. Hud «>',n loW0 H*lur*
•lay wllh • load **' Alfalfa hay-
M II W ampler and f»«"y•
jc\ II. Chilly and family and
»4h*r* »p*m ih* d*y wlih h. I*.
I'rigfae and family Hunday.
It. p. Mi in the evening for AUuaj
where Hf i* attending curt
| J. I*. Haln ha* *»ld !*»» '*rm
and m»'ved lo t»uk**-
RED HILL ITEMS
)U* Smith ha* been very huay
past week cutting «"d h*ul'
(hi* alfalfa hay.
Mi** .Untie Stidham i* visiting
r brother. William this week.
T. M. Dobba haa boon vory
§y thi* week planting cotton.
Jur rural carrier on r>ute one
d bad luck last week by fall*
in * mud hole with hi* motor-
pie. The eitliens of Puke said
ll when ho got to town that he
>iced like that someone had
>n rolling him over in a mud
k He knocks all mud hole*
y by falling in them.
Notice, if ynu see anyone
,king for * careless weed
inta, just call on Jim Richard-
, a* he says ho has *ome to
Crop* in thi* community are yR|£Q jq ROB THE MISER
l«M>king fine at present.
Hoy Hoppar. of Altu*. wa*J
visiting Mr. ami Mrs. tMla Smith
Mr. Iliggin14 Mllle b»y i*
Remember that the Tim Murphy Hardware
Company U headquarters for Standard Mowers
and that they will sell them to you right
Keep Out The Flies .
This is the place to gc^urjcreen^Wir^
Bd.w i. » picture ol the Mooarck Coal Oil Sto«,
absolutely the belt oa the market. Come m and
let us talk about the Monarch; we can demonstrate
Luther Adam* has signed up
to chop cott«>n f"r <^ti* S^mith,
providing he will shoot those
good old biscuits to him. •
Mrs. Otis Smith and son. K. ^ •
are visiting relatives at Altu*
Oh say. Elmer Amber i* surely
behind with his courting the way
he hna heen using the telephone
the past week.
Charlie Smith happened to an
cidont last week by letting his
un become entangled in the
mesa and ran away. Otis
dith who was at work near P.v
them running and went to
Iphim. The team was finally
with »ut n i •'.! dam
|| vow see anyong wanting to
iy iard just call on Mrs. Hun-;
n as wo notice her hurband.
Hur. drains the oracklins.
The rain Friday night and Mon
day were considor*ble heavier |
northwest of town. T irkey
creek was on a high horse Mon* ,
day. The carrier had to goj
around high water for the first
time since he has been carrying
the mail, but with the assistance
of Misses Hellen and Lula Bu*-
by, Daisy Grosser, Ola Higgins
and others, we pulled down a
wire fence and drove a mile,
I around some back water and!
served the entire route.
Fafcl« That Kaplslna Why ths Lsm*
tardy ao*l*r Hold# IU Ur*
Close to Trunk.
One# thoro *m a man who »>'
worke<t r.rly and lat. tn th- "»
getting rich llo *o*«r took a hctt-
dav nor »i>««nt any -inon«»y for
«ant«Hl to hav* a pot full of fold for
bla old ago Now. tho moro mono) h*
got tho moro unhappriho booamo. for
ho traa alwayo afraid that oomo ono
would rob him of bla troaauro H*
bid It In hla bumblo homo, but
worriod loat It retgbt bo taken during
bU absonco Ho burlod It In th*
ground, but oren that did not aot bla
mind at roat. At last ho hid It In tho (
thick bratichoa of a very tall J
Etoii thon tho mlsor waa afraid that
isomo ono would tako It. ao ho d«*ldod
at laat to carry tho i»t of gold back to
bla homo. Juat thoro waa whero tho
trouble bogan In bla eagorn«.8 to
hldo tho troaauro ho had not made
hlmaolt qulto auro aa to which tro« ho
had uaod for hla monoy bank ,
Ho aakod tbo aproadlng linden, tho ,
tall aycaraoro and tho boneat oak. but
each troo donle»t knowing anything
about tho gold. Tho lombardy poplar,
too. protoatod th«t It had not aeon tbo
pot of shining monoy Juat then Ita
branchoa wore drawn dow® rtoa* to .,
Ita trunk. Tho troo tromblod, for It did |
aot know what to maka, of anch a
auoor fooling It foil faint, and forgot
tbo mlaor'a treaauro That mtnuto
tbo pot of gold foil to tho ground and
the lombardy poplar waa forover dla-
gracod for tho falaahood It had told.
To thla day. If you will look, you wilt
ftnd that all lombardy poplar* bold
their branchoa c'roao up to tho trunka.
hat will neYor Mde any awro gotf-
TIM MURPHY HDW. COMPANY,
if you can solve
ih ortlor to i
lb t TKKPlJfe PI ANOSin this l«**alit>
introduce the eelebmW HAPianos, instead of n>etidtng \>l ZZLK.
I.OWIN. Ki l lN< iH >N HA\ '1 ' ' „f slH-u.li»>r larj!<- aim'""1
^Uo Kive n»;l> » ia^ anu...., iu "f '
siv, I Jj;„ „ ay,nlBdOT,, , ^
tho Mamif;i iuivrs liav.-
^iiSKSWlvrrtl^. W' »•'»
fifl-kks i'i z/.i.k. i'l.e nkaikm
Beautiful Upright Piano
S350. I'prigbt Piam> for SITo.
$425. l*|¥rigiit I sno for Svl-
ful rth prizk
Handscme Violin Outfit. Vsiuel
Guitar Outfit. Value S3'.
***-«»5 : .
receive a prize
. v d l ac al y- the total will l>e HKTEEN 1- *
, , . tH<a'n in squares > > thai ahon a »iel -4 h ' ,4 judgv, . a guarantee that the prue* will >> 0
L KIRHY May«»r. Allans* r-Mu. Mai! or bring A«aw«« to
107 South Mam
Jackson-Greer Piano lo. ;
Opposite Altus State Bank V,- >
ALTUS. OKLAHOMA <4$
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Roberts, Jasper N. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1911, newspaper, June 1, 1911; Duke, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc402967/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.