The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, April 27, 1917 Page: 3 of 6
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W1*11" «(*«* Anlu Mr|«if
*"Tk u Willi HM,
| it um«haulm! nunn«r «i rat» vwry fair
T^" «|ni|*n«»ni u ill** knowMgw and #fct||.
E*». ,-«»l «s**irr, Ilial will Oil the Mil,
S'"k pUr»» t*« ft%niK «»f break ur Hvfwl.
J"*1 *MI •» *I*hm» in manner mrrwi,
AH utrnkmm ..| rar» w» r»|«lr m right way.
Reliable thing |.iii th*rw t«» -lay
G --i Hw^ry |,e»w «,|| ^ follld.
A«'l safe tran*|»»rtati«»n in J*,lata ajj anmod.
Reliable grade* In all AtlU* Supplies.
A'-l V H and Ki.K tin* her* you van hay.
G'mmI storage fa> ilitlne at your command
Everything here to «ult th«* demand.
S. L. LOCKER
OIIKI, IK LA.
Local and Personal
Al*i Hawsins of Prairie IUII
was shopping in town Wednss-
C. D. Pear* and C. I. Johnson
transacted business in Altus and
C. W. Edwards of Olustee was
here Tuesday on a business
FOR SaLE:—Mebane Cotton
Seed, $1.25 per Bushel. See or
phone Sol Anderson.
Nat Holley is putting the fin-
ishing touches to the new brick
of Aboussie <t Haddad this week. I
If you want to sell your farm
list it at headquarters for land
ouyers. 1 have buyers coming.
—J. F. Miles.
Mack Griffin and wife of Man*
gum were here this week visiting
Mrs. Griffin's brother, O. I Den-
ton and family.
Tim Mweaaaaa aatf famiy —4
4 # aa* Hunanis hart laM
4af #a a nww ww
Um JwK Hear? left W«J.
•eelay •tmmm tm Aline vfcese
•ttl WH***a« in«e s«aout ta
«»• s»««sia graae eua*
Oruve* Wiiebar le la say4*# I
«• •••* Msieuaw C. M H»ii
•"fc hie iNiitfuatfe. esretag la ta*
as grata maete* or
o% nmt of iHe wurfc.
John lt*i<iear*iea aad tamiiy
•*4 Mia. Cveasia Juhasioa aad'l
iwrt Craig and family aad ||im
Jufcaaie Joa«e vmm Hnyder,
Mountain |*atk aad Lawn*
A. H thefts who waa injured two
weeks ago ia ao auiwatobiie ao-
eideai la aaid lu be doiog aa well
aa cuio be . speoied aad will *•
oui ui tae h«mee ia a week or
two. He ia auii confined u» hi*
owl but baa no f«v»r sod wiib
no coaipiieaiiona bia pbyaioiaa
say* ha will be able to iaava fcia
room tn a abort time.
W Hlilr'i Hli»»ji <m »* *ry w«wk Hay
P roper service will jrlv* In Hlaoksmtthing way.
B iMkmlthtafr new. or work in rwpnir.
L •»<•«»*. neal Job. at rat«w vary fair.
A to'* lUlnjf of Implement. wagon or plow,
| a dons at thin shop by men who know how
R "liable HlarkantlUiiiiK hwrw ewry tlnia,
3 u|iari«r awrvicw in avwry Una.
S hoatof of hnhw ami fitting flret rat*.
H r,v U work to priwant iamenewi and faulty gait.
O «» l»«»n»ea that work. ron. trot or |«««.
P ruper allotting ia dune at W. P. Blair'* plac«
C. A. Smith f
Save trouble by aeeing me at
onoe and having your property
aM«»a**d for taxation. Will b*
at my office. B. C. Roae.
P DV AIR General
r, DLAH\, Blaclumithing
Strictly up-to-date aud
only the bewt workmen
employed. Agent* Elk
Womani Home Mission.
The Womans Home Mission
Society met with Mrs. T. W. Al-
exander Tueaday aftern .-n in a
social meeting, Twelve members
were present and Iwo visitors,
they being Miss Henderson and
Mrs. L. J. Barr. Refreshments
of cske and ice cream waa served
after the less.in bad been com-
pleted and all report a very en
joyable afternoon. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. M. B.
Daniel in the Lion's Den "
'The King Who Lived as an
"Belshazar's Feast and the
Handwriting on the Wall.''
"Come to Jesus," sung in En
glish and two first verses sung
Mrs. J T. Craig read the chap*
ter on Missionary Beginners
from Baptist Mission** in the
■outh. Mrs J. E. Craig gave
outline of Mission Work of Ed
C. W. Edwards and wife and
Mrs. John Edwards and Mrs.
Frank Ely of Olustee were here
Tueaday visiting the family of
C. D. Fears.
Mr. and Mrs Harry Carey of
Oklahoma City returned home
Monday after a visit with the pa
rents of Mr. Carey, Mr. and Mrs
A. W Carey. They also visited
the family ot W. M. Tinsley at
We wish to call your at-
tention to our Cream Sta-
tion with the
B. F. Blassingame
We have complete faciti-
ties for handling cream.
Butter fat prices a re higher
now than they were a few
weeks ago. Ask our agent
Swift & Co.
Miss Dewey Richardson went
over ta Altus Wednesday after
noon to attend the school meet
and visit her sister for a few
We represent the Home In-
surance Co , of New York. Lar-
gest Insurance Co. in the world.
Let us write your Hail Insurance.
Rose A Hicks.
Miss Idama Brown is home
from a two-weeks' visit with har
sister of Oklahoma City who has
been very sick for the past month
with an attaok^of typhoid feyer.
Mies Myrtle Kelley who has
been here for the past two months
assisting Mrs. Perry in her mill-
linery business left Wednesday
afternoon for her home at Dallas,
R. M. Springs and family of
Eldorado visited at the home of
the editor last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Springs is an old boyhood
riend of the editor and is always
a welcome visitor *o his home.
Rev. J. H. Martin of Lipan,
Texas, is here visiting his grand-
daughter. Mrs. T. H. Sosebee
and W. P. Blair. Rev. Martin
is 80 years old and has lived in
the state of Texas for a number
of years. He is an old friend of
the Blair familv.
New and Neat
U p-to-the-minute in Barbering way,
P atrons will find the new shop every day.
X be elegant chairs, the fixings correct,
O r(ler and comfort in every respect.
D esirable workmanship, suiting demand,
A ud experienced barbers at your command,
T he New Shop wirt please all that come 'round,
E xcellent service here will be found.
Massey & Franks
S|>eaks for you before your conversation has a
chance. W«ar clothe* that upeak well for
you Hand Tailored CL»thes. faultlessly tail-
ored our way create the right impression aud
!• pell comfort and satisfaction for the wearer.
Completes Telephone Line
Dr. E. P. Miles completed this
week a telephone line from Duke
nine miles northwest and has it
now in perfect working order.
This line opens up an extensive
territory in the Blake and Rus-
sell country which has hereto-
fore been forced to go by way of
Mangum when wanting connec-
tion with this place and wilt be
of untold benefit to the farmer*
of that country and businessmen
of this town, several of whom
The biggest item to consider
from this place is free connection
with Mangum and all rural lines
running out of that town. A
switch bord has been installed at
the home of C. E. Madden for
the convenience of this connec-
tion and also connections with i
other rural lines. The doctor
It being the time for Final
Gleaning for Home and Foreign
apportionment, $3.50 was col
Buys Fine Farm.
j Tuesday of this week J. F.
Reaves sold his fine farm two
and one-half miles north-west of
town to C E Felty of Gsinsville,
Texas, the consideration being
$6200. This is one of the best
farms in this part of the country,
is well improved, near town. Mr.
Felty is and should be^proud of
his bargain. Mr. Feltv will ar
rive here with his family next
week, and make this place tbeir
Owing to the high coet of living, medicines and
road expense, and iu consideration of the advance in
all scales of wages it has become necessary for the doc-
tors of Jackson county to raise the charges for their
services and below will be found a copy of our fee bill
as agreed upon. We also "wish to state that the day
of credit for gasoline, groceries, dry goods, and in fact
everything in general has passad and that we are no
longer able to extend long-time credits for our services.
A doctor's bill is due and payable when the case is dis-
charged and we shall expect prompt settlement for
same and especially obstetrical work. Remember,
prompt settlement always insures prompt service.
Day visits in town, $2.50; night visits, $3.00. Out-
side of city limits and within 2 miles of office, per visit
$3.00. From 2 to 5 miles will be $1.00 per mile with
$1.00 added for visit. On a visit of 6 miles or more
mileage only will be charged. Obstetrics $15.00 and
$1.00 per mile; instrumental delivery $25.00 and mile-
age. Perscription, $1.00; complete physical examina-
tion and perscription in office $2.00. ,Office treatment
including opening of abscesses and dressing $2.00 to
$5.00 with $1.00 for each subsequent dressing. Gono-
rrhoea treatment, $15.00 paid in advance.
By night we mean 10 p. m. to 6 a. m.
E. P. MILES. R. H. MAYS.
Dr. Mary Fox of Altus and
Miss Blanche Rose Walker a re-
turned Missionary from China
spent Monday night with Mrs. J.
E. Craig. Miss Walker is under
treatment at Oklahoma City for
her hearing which is improving
and she will return in Sept. to
her post at Kia Fong, Honan
Hunt's Cure is especially com
pounded for the tre»t^nt of
Itch, Eczema, Ring worm, and
Tetter, and is sold by the druir-
" on the strict guarantee that
purchase price, fifty cents,
will be promptly refunded to
•ny.dissatisfied customer. Trv
StoMr*"our risk- ror
DUKE DRUG STORE
Bad Coofb? Feverish? Grippy?
You need Dr. Kings's New
says he will add ether desirable j Discovery to stop that cold, the
features to the service as a^on as : soothing balsam ingredients heal
he can do ana says he will have the irritated membrances, soothe
telephone service into the town the sore throat, the antiseptic
of which the people will be proud.
R. W. M. Society Meets
The B. W. M. 8. met this week
at the home of Mrs J T. Craig
Mrs Joe Franks was a welcome
Bible Study: lea . Lam , ar.d
Eae The Major or Great Pro-
phets Storiee told: "A Boy
qualities kill the germ and your
cold is quickly relieved. Dr.
King's New Discovery has for 48
years been the standard remedy
for cougha and oolda in thoua-
anda of homes. Get a bottle to- J
day and have it handy in your
medicine chest for chough, colds. I
croup, grippe and all bronchial'
affections. At your druggiste,50c. J
The Ti®re for job printing*
Notice, Land Owners!
Those who have land to sell will please list with us
at once as we will have eastern aud northern buyers
here to buy.
If your farm loan has expired and you want a new
one, or if you want to borrow mouey, remember we
meet any and excel most lenders of money on terms of
l>ayment, interest rates, etc. We do our own inspecting
and your money is ready as soon as your title proves,
good, thus saving you considerable time.
We have a few Very Choice Farms to s*dl.
ROSE & HICKS
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