The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1921 Page: 3 of 6
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The Sale Stuoa i» Here!
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
A In nil People ami l'liiti^n of Inter***!
The Hiar«T#teuraro it tha psaij
daily. Leave eubecripuun at
Phe Time* ia authorised agent
'or tb» Star* relegraoi.
Mr and Mra K. Haddad ara
Flrea:one Urea and luhee, 0000, . .
. . in® parents or a naw gtri baby
mile guarantee Try on* and tn- " 7
eonvmocd. H. L. iJarby. LOST--Watch oharm, Ma
! soni«: emblem. Return to K. L.
II. K. Darby end C C Walker i
were busine«e visitors to Altu«
Wadnesday morning. j L'nuie J ihn McAtee moved to
C T. Pendargraaa and family j bi" ,-rm -ou,h ot town lbi" w®*k-
of Viotory atteoded churoh ser.i-1 Donold McAtee -pent Satur
ces here Sunday evening day ,Ilfl Sunday with his
I am still shining shoes at J., grandfather at Blake.
H. Massey's Barber Shop. Sat-| Mrs. W T. Carpenter of Chil
isfaction guaranteed. -O v i e1 iiCothe Texas, is here visiting her
sister Mrs. K W. Bearden.
Burr Speck and wife of Prairie
Hill are reported to be entertain-
ing a new girl in their home
James Duncan principal of the
New Zion school was in town
Tuesday and made The Times
office an appreciated call. He
reports his nchool to be progress
ing very nioely.
H. E. Warren who bought the
old Gardenhire place in the New
Hope community last spring is
moving there this week. Mr.
Warren formerly owned a farm
in the Rock community.
J C. Cole of Prairie Hill was
in town yesterday and besides
asking to be credited a year
ahead on his subscription ao
oount he also ordered the Fort
M. L. Alexander cf the Cot-
tonwood community was trans-
acting business here Wednesday.
Mart Rose shipped a oar of
oattie to Oklahoma City markets
B. J. Bassell of McQueen, one
of the big wheat growers of that
section was in town Wednesday
afternoon and made The Times
office an appreciated call. Mr.
Bassell is one of the good cash-
in advance readers of the paper
Guy E, Bradford of Eldorado
was here Saturday and took oc-
casion to renew his faith with
The Times for another year
Guy reports that a daughter ar
rived at nis home on the 8th of
this month, and is one of tha
livest wires you ever saw.
Oar lay Bradford ot
waa Mamrtay and aaaide*
asking t<> a» mark#*! up a year tn
•4vaaaa t»n tha auaaertption book
a# alau ordered »ba Star Te.e»
gram Charley la on* of in#
hurtling voting farmer* ibat al*
•aye earriea a *miia and uauaiiy
a praity wall fiu»d pur-e.
W H. Carpenter and two *»ne
of Ladaaaa attended Masonit)
Lodge bera Tuesday evening
Mr Carpenter was a oharter
membar of this Lodge and balprd
to organize and aacure a oharn
He made a abori talk in wbi^h
be told of the organization, how
It waa known as Kuth Lodge,
and many other things tha: th»
youuger memoera knew nothing
L Bradford of MoQuaan. one
of our good ca<h ln*advanoe
readers, was in town Saturday
and made the office a friendly
oall. Mr. Bradford has recently
had a very severe cold and one
of his eyes is In bad condition
as a result. Ha says he has not
been able to do very muuh for
several weeks and has been de-
pending on "the boys" doing
Sunday afternoon Harvey M.
Pierce and Miss Lillie Hensley
were united in marriage at the
home of the bride's brother at
Victory, Rev. Price Bankhesd
officiating. They will make
their home in the Victory com-
.1 M. Crawford of Russell was
hern yesterday and took occas
ion to renew his faith with The
Times for another year. Mr.
Crawford and his good wife,
while getting along in year* are
both active and take a great in.
terest in public affairs. If the
weather remains favorable they
will be here at the open meeting
of the Masonic Lod^e next, Tues*
Ta- s«Mst aala**
at 10 to'aaiaa <•»» *fca
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U*i»f l*««)ef aaexag Mil
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a»** ilia fan ara apfeaaMMl irMa
lias u* uae Uar Latfiea ***»•
if. watfe# its pwliaMf of Mrs
K I* LiiralM, aoauaaa at* awsi
every Tueataf altera*^, aM
e»aii«wea iu 40 M|iNa, ta*
tbrae a»-** ||eia««tivl |<e»t>i> are getting a*«
ft»r pm» sad g«ta*r mure «al a»«»r» m me
apim ul aany and t>urp*>»* We
ba«e b-t warded IU e«*e*rtpt*»<»e |
te* «ae I ia tan-ma Meia»dt*< to
ibat ortu», Neal Huaday vef
want t>i complete the i**a "♦ pu -
nag it in every Meib diet n»me
Let every Method let, wb«*naa act |
yet *uoe«rioed, band y»ur *ttb*
aenptiun priea of II 50 10 Hrotn
er H. L li«rt>) or to the paetor
not later than hunday. Next
aunday the pa*iur will request
>be Chureb tu make up a budget
of money and send the paper to
au the homes of our people who
have not voluntarily suoecribed,
or who are not able 10 do ao.
G. K Slape, the Nunnerjita
Baptiet, wno pretends to be a
minister, has challenged ua to a
donate again. 1 promised an*
other Methodist to allow htm to
meet Slape in debate, if the Duke
Methodist Church will permit the
debate, in case he challenged me
again. Counter* propositions,
submitted by this Methodist, are
now in Siape's hands; and we
will report about mis matter la-
But come on to church Sun*
day morning and Sunday night,
and we will worship God under
our own vine and tig tree in this
land of religious liberty. Every
Frank Hopkins, Pastor
ueett* inn ***, |
M«a«*aft».a Pa*** *
I lave t»w'«a«*e4
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'Mrll Ike f»t'uA4tfe at Ike |mm»«
pie Mr, will remain
with me aat! bis fr»c*»«u will
Anil hin s« ike job al all
time* "Kervirw" la twr mot
lit, liive a* a inal
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al IHikw 4 in •*
"i at Allu*
Col *. L. <Sa»i MmaM
Fan* aad Llnalon
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Basket Ball Game
Order Extras Now
0O NOT for a moment think we are premature in mak-
ing this suggestion. Past experience has proven to
us that extras are hard to get for almost ail kinds of
farm machinery. You will need them—sure you will—so
look over all your machinery, get a list of the parts you
will need and place your order with us at your earliest pos-
sible moment so jou will be sure to have every implement
on the farm in running order when you need it.
While we make this suggestion regarding your old imple-
ments ana machinery, also bear in mind that we are going
to carry a complete stock of everything needed on the farm
in the implement line this year.
We certainly thank you for the very nice business we have
enjoyed since coming to Duke and hope to have the pleas-
ure of serving you again this year.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock
Headrick Will be here for a game
of basket oall with the local igh
school team. One of the really
fast games of the season is pre
dieted, and everyone who can do
so should attend this game and
help root for the home boys. A
small admission will be charged
«nd this is right as the boys are
to considerable expense when
they go to other places to
play games. Come and help the
Mrd. S.. L. Locker has been
quite sick the past few days
E. E. Gore
Over McMahan Bldg.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Dr. C. L Jones
Pyorrhea successfully treated
Special attention to children
Over City National Bank
Yours to please.
Summers Hardware Co.
ALICE JOVCe W
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'•ffe have bad 'hoir mtiim
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. •feral lU-' nrd t0 bar*
t' •».«:' : .fretiou TW Vlta^rapa
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John R. Daniel
Oppoeita Ptmi Offif# Build-
Dentistry vs. Disease
It |» now a kiM>«ti fart that a great ma-
jority of itlrktt**** ia from twil
tet*th au«l gume. Yonr li.-nltli <l**pfii<!*
on tliM car** you taknuf >• »nr mouth
(jitiault your Deutict «' otH*« nrul hu»v
jour teetli fared for.
Dr. C. L. Jones
Over City National Bunk
A Itiii«. Oklahoma.
Racine Horseshoe Tire Association
Corner Bryan and Maeten Streets
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These Tires Will Not Skid
There's a sense of security in motoring with
the unusually non-skid Horse-Shoe Cord Tire.
You know your tires will not skid even when
you turn comers at 20 miles an hour on wet
and slippery pavements.
Each little shoe in the Horse-Shoe tread forms
a near-vacuum that takes hold ' the road
with a stubborn grip which is a* effectively
anti-skid as tire chains.
Then there is the satisfaction cf knowing that the
wider tread cf this tire gives longer life by weiring
down slowly and evenly, rr*akmg your tire cost-per-
mile surprisingly low.
We shall be glad to prove to you by actual tests vrhy the
Horse-Shoe Tire is the safest and most economical
tire local motar>ts can buy.
Write Us For Dealers
V y MAC1NE ^
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Thurman, W. R. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1921, newspaper, January 21, 1921; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403642/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.