The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, September 20, 1912 Page: 1 of 7
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The Duke Times
We are pleased to state to
our many customers that we are
again located at our old stand in
brick building, 1 door east of the
F. & M. Bank, and are better
prepaircd to take care of our
trade than ever before. Call and
see us when in need of groceries
DARBY BROS. CASH STORE.
The Home of Good Goods and Low Price*
faugh 4i»»l *ife mad*
Maptut Meeting i ( , Why Not Do That Repairing Now?
I hr ll.piui n»e^ mg. ■ # trip to ihr country i. ,.«,|«| *..4tl».<r pretty y«»»i emit do it
ttlmhlu. H»n ti. C"1CJ"«»|,s.rt„,0, ,f, «„k. ' . ,
turih.p».iiw..«-«.u.»u-1 |hm„h The Lumber «"•' <"•*
r«l MoiuUv limritlllg. 1 h*! J. »,»-««. aiiv.itMt liut toiliwlf if %•»•! |fi •*!*•♦* ll**|V fclld gft
|'|| -«|t «n«i« i tf*«>n> m t»w a
iiu'ciiiii! wMiiioiicviii Thtrt Jw f»ie»i of
^ ^ _ Mim Star
addition* toTh*«brmiKl» Sundty.
ihurch. Rev. Solomon and VV, J.
Rev. Solomon? by | Bell w»»d # I rip to Creta
Rc\. Scott of Till**, pr*acli- I'uetday.
vd m*i»y excellent •ermoii*. j ( #<J Hollo well and nite
——-———- Hook charge ©f ill* Main
Hlectrkal 5torm .hotel MoiHwy.
A M-vcre electrical »f»rit»! f.iveitock valued at hall a TI... kround at ti... Oklahoma - ------
•tailed thU vicinity Moi»da> 'million dollar* i* expected «o Huuil-air a...i Ka^uiou will ,ltvUHl with th« towu*lt« e
iii^ht and the thunder and i He one of the feature of tin* " " * ■m,,,Mrmno* w **n ,,A-" 1 **"
lightning wa< the atrongeitiState Fair.
this section ha« experienced I W(|, hwker aml fa,„j|v
foraom/ lime. have moved into hi* re*id-
I be lightning killed [°W'jence formerly occupied by
hue hog* tor Mai l.ea who i |jcj|
li\c* southwest of Duke and, ' J\ '
|al«o, it rue* hi* houae but nol Arthur C hesher of Oev
damage \%a»doi «.
blaine anyone liut yourwelf if you go eW*beiv and get
• l*kinii««d" a ll«U«. The man who •siitihV la the man
Rounds & Porter Lumber Co.
A* we do** our forma *«♦
are advised that matter* eon
present a M la appearand when
the gut«» are thrown «»|*n «»»
Tu«*hny. V.-pt. SI th#» day Col.
Itouwr • #ul *|M «k ti» tli" |**>
pit* of iik> lU'titia before the Im
miiidatirni have been *athf
fat* tori I y adjusted. A few
rfulMwription* up mi wliieh
much depends hate not a*
grand *taml Flutterinu yet beeu pledged however we
hikI patriot • Uut
ill wave from
placed on tla
arMitii v iit"»uvi wi <m |«'n" •'*
w a* visiting his aunt Mrs. K. top of all U*» Itnitoriant buildinu
" '* part of fwm teleplionw :ind telegrafrf)
wiu't:, and from I'r.v otli«*r o<»n
Mpicuou* pI'Mie. Th* diHHiratiofiH
Hi-lieiiip ut the St it.' Falrirruunda
will Im* continued nil the way to
the heart of the city where every
Duke Drug Store
VV. S. POOL, Prop.
Paints, Wall Paper, GLASS and
Exerything Usually Found In a First-
Class Drug Store.
B. Halley the latter
The little child of J. C. ,ul1 wecK*
Blark who live west of town' WiiJie Wills is the guest
died la*t Fridty night. The of liulah Gi(lia.n this week.
Booster jollies the entire Mrs vierrill w ho liven h , t ofthe ,.itT whPri! cvery
community i n exteindtng norlh of t0wn. made this of- t|i; jn t|j(. slmv of from
svmpathy to the bereaved a pjeasari, ca|l Monday. ,mil„ ,M.nIl,int> |.U«. -stream
parents. ^ ^ Kouri has purchased ,er-f thirty feet long, will be in
Where is the nt:in who :»p«l movod to his farm the [evidence. N»*ver before has the
said they would never pull office building formerly own- dcouratiomi of the city been giv
the consolidation matter . d by the McClure Lhr. Co. 1 ,.n more thought and attention,
through? j j# Joice of Cainesvill.
All lots for eM'hange have Tex., arrived here Ust Hmrs
been .elect. 1 th" worK ^ '6nt^e charge of the
of maKing the deeds is being Kimbell gin.
done, and just as soon as the. Misses Lela and Otlia An uglv looking man en-
ab tracts can be completed j Well* returned 1 hursday terej a |u'jme t>f a gentleman
everything connected with from Altun after severa. days,Jn a wt,sft,rn L.jtv seeintr n<»
the townsite consolidation \ visit with friends and rela-
vv ill be settled. j tives.
U'lh ve thev will come III
within a f>w day*.
KKPOItT or TIIK c. NUITION Or TH*
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS
Al Dalw. « lb* SOI* •» ObUkMM. m iha
4ik. S*pl. 1*12.
Ne v Cabinet sewing
for f»ale cheap in quire al
Tim. 8 office.
Uan. .nd UwonnM
Ov rtiruft*. MH-urrd ami unar. urMl
piilr. Kt.i. A'lju.tinenl Account
Furniture and KUturmi •
Other Krai •Ul»u*n«l -
Dim fnim Banka -
machine I <S>*ck» and Other Ca»h lumii
j ^ | K«chiinir«a for Cleartn* Houm
Bilb Kxchanire and Other Kmourn*
c'a»h in Hank
We Buy and Sell
Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed and Ice
Wholesale and Retail
C. I. JOHNSON GRAIN CO.
Formerly Jackson Brothers
in a western city, seeing
one but a little boy, named |
1 willie, said to him. "If you.
When you are in need of don't mind and tell me where
Minister's Son [anything in the line of job your father keeps his money
Shoots Sister,work Kive r^is °^ce a ca^- or I'll knock your topknot
. c* ,,'c Vv*e will do it right and Qff and arterwards eat you."
O'uatee Ok,a.. Sept 15.- antee „atisfaction.
j The little 6-year-old son of, ^
i Rev. Martin,'die M. K. pas- John McKihbin and wife
| tor of Olustee, shot and pre- are the ( proud parents of a
haps fatally injured his 3-year fine 8 poun<l girl born P ri-
old sister Sunday morning day night. Mother and child
Capital Stock Paid In -
Surplus Fund -
Undivided Profit*, leiw expennen and
taxes rsWl -
Due to Banks
Individual deponiU subject to ckeck
Demand Certificates of Deposit
Time Certificates of Deposit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
I m an
HE EARNS MOST WHO SAVES
MOST OF HIS EARNINGS.
The man who earns $«) a week and saves $1 a week is in
reality better off than he who earns $20 a week and spend* $20.
The Moral ? Save ! Deposit your savings in a safe institution
such as this Bank) and above all—BEGIN TO SAVE NOW.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
J. H. BURNETT, Pres. JUDD BURNETT, Cashier.
Uiu Sialyl U««nvay « ■ « s ^ uay v' "
with a target rifle. The ball getting along nicely.
entered the girl's forehead Ed Dut,0ise and family
and took a downward course |haye moved into the house
into the back of the neck, with j T parish. and wife,
but lias not been located. I nQ M^ Eveng and faniily ha8
rrhe event occurd in the
midnt of of a revival at the
"Please don't' said Willie_ I
vou'll hnd all the money we
have got in an old coat in
the kitchen." Tvvominutes
later a bruised and battered
wreck was pitched through
the front door of Willies
home, and sat in the gutter I
and blinked. "That kid's
too smart," said the man. |
"He never said a word about
11 9515 53
. 1 ooo.uo
(LHU l»l". lit wiaiu a vi v.
moved into the residence Gj(| man being inside the
ijid't ofof a revival at the: former, occu ieif by Mr. coat."
hurch, with bvangehst Cas-1 .. u. ■ '
adv of Ada as leader.
TORNADO « INSURANCE
at the city state bank
Fraud Clamed in Deeds
! Lawton, OKla., Sept. 16— i
| Charging that her own son,;
John C.~Thompson, defraud- ;
ed her into signing a will and j
| deeds transferring all hen
1 property so his name, Mrs. j
Susan Thompson has filed |
j suit in the district court ask-!
ing that the court canqel the
deeds auti return to her the
property She says she wasi
in ill health at the time the
deeds were signed and not
competent to transact busi-
THE POST OFFICE
Has the neatest and clean-
est ntock, j>ells more stuff,
has more satisfied custom-
ers than any place in town
why, becaus we sell noth-
ing but the best of goods,
we carry in stock a com-
plete line of Popular Mag-
pziues. The Post Office
Confectionery the place
for ice cream and cold
drinks of a better kind.
Andrew Darby, Prop.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
COUNTY OF JACKSON
1. Judd Burnett. Cashier of the above named
Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief, so help me God.
Judd Burnett. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11.
day*of Sept . 1912.
My commission expires Mar. 19 1918.
E. C. Pool. Notary Public.
J. H. Burnett
M. J. Burnett
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
CITY STATE BANK
At Duke, in the State of Oklahoma,
4th Sept. 1912.
i red - 49.52
2 672 97
1 076 49
Al\ OF THE world'S GREATEST £(1
4U-PEBF0RMERS AND CL0WNS"HU
A REAL TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION
People are rapidly learn-
ing that Duke .is the best
place to sell their produce,
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts, secured and
Bills of Exchange -
Sticks. Bonds. Warrants, etc.
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate owned -
Due from Banks
Checks and other Cash lteras
Cash in Bank
Total - - - - 30 918.63
Capital Stock Paid in : 10 000,00
Surplus Fund - - -
Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes
paid - 106.64
Due to Banks -
Individual deposits subject to check 16107.99
Time Certificates of Deposit -
Cashier's checks outstanding: • 204.00
/ Bills Payable - ' - 4 500.00
- 30 918.63
Winter Millner. j pjace (0 sell their produce, statf. of oklahoma
Have the most complete line of as well as the best place to county of jackson
.: Putlern Hats. t-Uoir ir<\<irlc I. A. R. Hickr. Cashier of the above named
winter millner. Pattern Hats, j t>Uy their goods.
FOREST TEMPEST ThESS Plume*and anything in the mill- j
ner linf| Qur pPjcea are right.
Located ta residence.
Mrs. W. H. Franks.
SIO.OOO OFFERED FOR HIS EQUAL.
Educated D-<-s and Ponies. Hlsrh School Horsot
Trained Eisphantsand Wild Beasts.
W. J. Bell
HAVE A TELEPHONE INSTALLED
with the People*® Telephone Exchange and talk to vour
friends and transact your businses from your home or office.
We put up any Loo^l, Rural, or Long Distance Connections
thai can be secured by telephone.
Telegrams handled via our Western Union Connection* to
•II parts of the United States.
klin FREE STREET PARADE DAILY
1 P%rf»rm%BC*» Dally at S and I p.fu
so «t orKN one MOW* t*MLiC«.
Will Exhibit here
one day only.
Coffins*. Casket* and
K'»bee iu at«K*k.
Telephone Xo 58
Death of "Grandma" Fow-
ler. Ill years of age, is r*v
1 ported bv the Carter Ex-
press, the woman living near
that town. She probably
was the oldest woman living
Bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief, so help me God.
A. R. Hicks. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
10th day of Sept. 1S12.
My commission expires December 10th. 1914.
S. S. Kouri Notary Public.
J. H. Burnett
John M Hale
If yon are looking For High Quality
And Low Prices On Groceries Go To
The Leader Grocery
J. C. WHITE, Prop.
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