Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 40, Ed. 1, Friday, October 3, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BUKAIfT TTEKKLT N1WS
. LOCAL AND
nro moro often eoen during; hot
nor and wboro iho hogs arc very
In tho most common or acute
tho hog will generally bo sick
two to Bovcn dayB or even long
in this form tho watering of the Igrown ob on experiment prove that
I Nearly ten thousand head of cattle
hro doftired by tho government to bo
pattered nraonB tho various imlinn
rlbos of tho country. CommlsBlonor
poIIb of tho Indian bureau wilt ra.
olvo scaled proposals up until No-
ombor loth. Tho government wishes
P purchaso 7000 head of two year
;iu noirors; ooo head of stcoro one
.car om; 1100 head of Bteors two
jars old nud 250 bulla not loss than
ghtcch months and not moro than
1 months old.
Wide too shoes for babies j. D.
Is a marked condition. Hod or
lo spots aro noticed on tho skin
0 roglon of the cars chost belly
isldo of tho thighs. The bowels
bo costive at first but usually a
hoca appears two or threo dayB
e death. A cough may be seen In
typo of cholera but la by iid
nro rcq " characteristic of tho disease g grcat cotton county nnd shows some
.0 viuiuuw lurm ui cuuiera ib noi fine cotton plants filled with unopen-
that tho Red river marked tho north-
ern boundary of tho jugar cano bolt
and that real sugar cano or ribbon
cano could not bo grown north of tho
taream. uix nne RtaiKs mat were
this is not true. Tho stalks are soven
feet tall und long pointed. They nro
from tho first crop nnd It Is claimed
that thoro is no trouble in obtaining
a crop of six foot stalkn in this county
on tho' bottom lands. It Is said that
six foot tftnlks will nroduce 200 In
syrup to tho aero. This county Is also
npproprl except In occastolnal cases or
a. j .1. PCI Ihft tfllftAntlA nvllln In n ..
effoct 01 1 that they aro not suspected as
ro tno uisoaso cxisio in a very
form. Many caooa may bo bj
filed by 8 sick. Such cases easily carry
for tbo cholera into new localities whoro
tltlolns ny cause grcat loss. In the chron-
tnry of ypo there Is a rapid loss of flesh
ncss and lack of appetite and a
Tho cHerato rlso of tomnoiaturo. Often
OldAbniijro will be ulcers or sores formed
cf nt ajino moutn or in tho checks. Theso
comparejcs may become veiy seriolud la
rasclvcB as they doBttoy tho tissue
hn leaving tho mouth In such a
port.i t(ldlt!on that eating becomes diffl-
ITho value of tho parcel post ng a
icsorvor or Homo products was ro-
lilod by Postmaster G.wural Burle-
4 icuvr irom n grjustui motli-
in Ohio who wroto td thank him
whnt Bho callod this- "blosslnir."
b says tnnt through it she 1c nble
sond packages from tho home enr-
a. to the children who havo gone to
CUV. It llftlnO tllOtn MtV. 41..-
t of living is so high and keep I kaffr t V'T 1 th hB !?
ra In close touch with the homilE"""''!. i. da"hea appCars th hS
u 'U'"0I89 niliofally dies but recovery may tako
Tho Ok I
cd to hi
Whllo theso ulcers aro much
ro likely to show up In tho mouth
y may appear on other parts of tho
pons fofy especially on tho parts receiving
E. llorrlng of BIk City will bn n
hdldato for governor noxt year and
jenuing rreo dope to tho pnpors of
state and likewise fooling the cdl-
h out on tho preferonre in tho race.
.ncrring i8 counted a good busi-
s man and has been a success in
t way as ho owns some half dozen
nt paying mercantile estniiiish.
hts. He Was In thn mr fnii.. vn-t.s
' but dropped out Lcforo ho got
ty Btarieu as did Jjdge Robertson
ho local compress is now working
rant una employing about forty
to handle tho cotton thnt comes
to tho press. About a thousand
Hi were pressed Tu-sday and the
tin is coming in as fast as tho
tuu uanuio it. The press this
1b under tho mann-goraent of .1.
Jinsatt1ofShermau. vho has bPin
IIOQ CHOLERA SYMPTOMS
J. D. Ha
co. In many cases where recovery
s tako placo tho hog la unthrifty
1 of little value.
wine plaguo Is a name applied to a
m of cholera where tho lungs aro
icted. In this dlseaao thoro may
a further complication of tho dls-
0 on account of tho action of lu-
ting organisms other than thoso
sing cholera. In svlne plague a
gh Is a uotlceablo feature of the
tease and often tho skin of tho
at and throat has tho red color so
n seen In cholera. As tho disease
grosses tho cough becomes moro
nounced and a dlschargo may bo
n con.lng from the nose a day or
beforo death. Usually diarrhoea
cd bolls and cotton ready for picking
"A feature of this exhibit Is a cabin
made of com stalks. The white va-
riety of corn is used and it makes an
unuiiual and beautiful exhibit. The
corn used In the exhibit is excellent
and shows that this Is a great corn
country as well as cottoi center."
GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN
Sinco tho discovery of tho serum
treatment for hog cholera thoro has
Tieen renewed Interest in this Jatol
log disease. Formerly the loss from
cholora was accoptcd without ques-
tion but now the favmor is especially
' ainxlous to know how ho may distin-
guish cholera from other swine dis-
eases In order to mako uso of tho
' serum In those outbreaks that prove
txt be cholera.
Unfortunately hog cholera does nit
always pass through Inc samo sorloi
of changes. Tho disease may bo olthor
acuto or chronic and the symptoms
Tary a great deal In tuese two types
of disease. In cholera wo genorally
lind that tho young .:igs and shoat3
ore the first to tako the disease Young
hogs arc moro susceptible than older
liogs. Generally tho ilist Indication
of trouble Is when the pigs refaso
teed. They do not Kve their beds
Teadily and will eat but little. An
occaslolnal cough Is noticed in cholera
while In swlno plague tho cough U
much moro pronounced. Their eyes
aro soon noticed to bo gummed up
with matter and altogether the pigs
Jinvo n droopy appearance
Ab the disease progresses weakness
"becomes noticeable. Tho hind legs be-
come weak and tho pig reols as It
walks. As the disease progresses a
sovero diarrhoea Is In many cases
een. There is one foim of cholera
that kills quickly. In theso cases hogs
nro often found dead that wero not
Tfnown to be sick the dav before. Sucn
uvi-uu uuno B0 marked as in cholera. It
Mr. BooKy j -Md tjat cholera exists In tho
uairy rK nB two tynos of disease In ono
soutlicae alimentary canal is most serious
Involved while in swine plaguo tho
ngs nro tho chief seat of trouble. In
ho former caso tho disease Is gener
ally known as hog cholora; In the lnt-
tor as swine plaguo. L. L. Lowls De-
partment of Veterinary Science Ok-
lahoma A. and M. College Stillwater.
THE MAN FROM WASHINGTON
passes muster on all patent and
proprietary medicines that wo
handle HE SAFEGUARDS YOUR
INTEREST and It is SAFE for you
to DEAL WITH US.
CORNER DijUG STORE
1IRYVX COUKTY'S IXIIIHIT
Tho exhibit of this county at the
Oklahoma State Fair took the ninth
prize which considering tho fact that
Mr. Pholp8 got it up in two days' time
in the face of difficulties. Is flattering
In the extreme. The Oklahomnn !u
speaking o! our exhibit said:
"Bryan county on the Red river has
proven that Bugar cane can be grown
north of the river and exploded an
old heresy. It has always been hold
Muskogee Ok. Oct 2.- In addition
to its regular agricultural-educational
program the Eastern Oklahoma Agri-
cultural Association Is to enter tho
"good roads" fiold in Eastern Okla-
homa nnd Is now making plans to
conduct an active campaign for good
roads in tho thlrty-flvo counties In tho
State which aro members of tho or-
ganization. (The association has a membership
of thouthnds of farmors and herldes
officers and an oxecutho board for
every "ounty branch ha3 a governing
board with President J. F. Darby of
Muskogee as Us head. Tho associa-
tion maintains nn oxtenclvo immigra-
tion and Information bureau a rental
department nnd Is figuring on launch-
ing a marketing department; each
county farm demonstrator who Is
genorally tho agent for tho United
States Department of Agriculture the
Balary of tho demonstrato. being paid
Tho first move In thii good roads
campaign will be to secure tV ser-
vices of a good roads export from tho
Government and nn itinerary of good
roads lectures In every county main
taining a membership will be arrang
ed. Tho request for a lecturer U nDtf
before tho aepartment at Washington.
In nddltlen the association will get
behind tin good roads dayH In Tulsa
Muskejee Okmulgeo and Wagoner
counties! Oct. 10 and 17 and will lend
all aid possible to thj' cause Later
it win take up tho proposition to
build a Konsas-to-Tcxns highway
north and south through Eastern Ok
lahoma paralleling tho MIssojH Kan
sas and Texas Railroad and will leud
Its county organizations to tho cause
""DUnANT IX TII 13MOVIES
An Oklahoma City firm now comes
here with tho proposition to make a
reel of motion pictures of Durant
showing schools churches industries
stores trains etc for a guarantee of
? 100.00 nnd the local Chamber of Com-
merce has held a meeting- to discuss
If n deal is made tho reel will bo
HAVE YOUR PLANTING SEED
By planting Seed of High Power tho plants nro moro vigorous nnd
fruitful nnd will withstand the ndverso weather conditions and rnv-
ages of the Insects much better than plants from poorly matured
seed of low iltnlltj Therefore you will have
FIRST A better stand moro plants on the acre.
SECOND The plants' will avorago larger and moro uniform in size.
THIRD Tho plants will bo moro heavily fruited on an average.
FOURTH Tho bolls will average larger and the staple Improved.
Tho lato Dr. Knapp tho best frknd tho cotton grower ever had says:
"Ubo the Best Seed."
"Solect tho seed with care"
"The seed must be of best quality.'.'
"A peck of Culled Seed will produco moro strong plants than a
bushel of seed commonly planted."
W. II. Conway Demonstration Agent U. S. Department of Agricul-
ture Clanton Ala. says: "All my demonstrators that have tried
Bowors & Franklin Cotton Seed Cullerjiro well pleased with results.
I have used it for the past two seasons and would not think of plant-
ing seed In tho future that havo not been culled."
FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR CUSTOMERS WE HAVE INSTALLED
AT QUITE AN EXPENSE A BOWERS & FRANKLIN COTTON
SEED CULLER AND WILL CULL FOR THEM FREE OF CHARGE
ONE TON OF COTTON SEED. TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC A
CHARGE OF 5 CENTS PER BUSHEL FOR CULLINO WILL BE
DURANT GIN CO.
DURANT OK LA.
shown at a local plcturo ahow. tho
company making tho reol receiving
half the "proceeds to apply on his $400.
for making tho reel. Merchants
and factories tho Intorlor of whoso
places woro shown In full blast would
contribute to tho expenses and tho
Chamber of Commorco might throw
1 a portion of tho amount
A set of moving pictures showlnir
everything of interest about Durant.
shown in plcturo shows over tho coun
try would bo of moro advertising val-
ue to tho city than all that could bo
printed In a ten thousand pago sot
CADDO WOMAN ARRESTED
A warrant has been issued out of
tho county court against Mrs. Fannlo
urynnt of Caddo charged with viola-
tion of tho prohibition law. Tho war
rant was sworn to by Deputy Shoriff
Terry of Caddo who captured a quan
tity of alcohol In her house.
ThW makes tho fourth tlmo that
Mrs. Bryant has been arrested In less
than two months for this samo of
fense On July 29 August 26 Sep-
tember 24 nnd tho present case On
Soptembor 11 tho officers of Caddo
filed a charge of vagrancy against
her. In all tho cases sho has1 mado
bond and it seems to be no troublo
whatever for her to mako tho bonds.
In another case which was filed In
tho county court at Caddo sho agreed
Yon Can't Beat 'Em. Why Try!
The placo that put tho "Move"
In Moving Pictures.
PICTURES CHANGE DAILY
And everyone a feature Be a
rogular patron and miss none
of tho big ones.
Every Monday nnd Thursday
ADMISSION 5 AND 10 CENTS
It Never Changes
with the uowPty offhlals to leave
tho county (f given ner llborty. She
departed for other clln.es but was
not gone long until sho ioturned and
tho officers have been after her ever
sinco her return. She has the dis-
tinction of having been arretted moro
oftcner this year for violation of tho
prohibition law that any other person
in the county. Democrat.
Wanted Salesman to soil lubricat-
ing oils house and barn paint a4
specialties. Big profits. Cbamploa
Refining Company Cloroland OU.
Just Lots of New
havo been received here this week and wo cannot sco why anyone can
stay away from this store Our stock of Btaplo and fancy groceries
was novor moro comploto than now and we await your orders with
pleasure and the knowledge thr.t there can bo no dissatisfaction on
purchasos mado hore. Wo havo In addition to other things a now
shipment of fresh keg pickles and they're fine Wo pay tho highest
market price for your buttor and eggs.
R. L. CRUDUP
If You Need Groceries
We Have Them
and the price is right. We will sell
for cash flour at $2.25 per hundred
and meatat 15c per pound; other
prices in proportion. Come and
see us. We pay cash for produce.
JOHNSON GROCERY GO.
212 Main Street
vv JsQK I jf jf-
House Furnishing Goods
At York Furniture Cos Store
Third and Evergreen Streets Durant Oklahoma
Commencing Wednesday Morning Oct. 1
This opening sale on all classes of home furnishings will surpass anything in the
history of a demonstration and sale ever pulled off in Durant. First cf all we have
the only complete house furnishing store in Bryan Coun
ty; second we have the largest stock; third we buy in
the largest quantities; fourth we sell at the lowest prices;
fifth we give the best terms; sixth we render the best
service to our customers; seventh; we want a share of
your business; eighth we will commence the FIRST
DAY OF OCTOBER WEDNESDAY A COOKING
DEMONSTRATION showing the finest line of steel and
cast ranges and cook stoves ever offered to this trade
We will cook bake boil stew and fry everything from a
biscuit to a turkey gobler in less time and with less fuel
than any other stove or rangemade. Further we will have
on exhibition coal and wood heaters of the latest pattern
showing a coal stove burning soft coal without the use
of a pipe all the smoke being consumed by the fire
During this demonstra-
tion from October first
to fifteenth we will
show you every
class or house turn
things in new and second hand. We will have on
exhibition a complete line of rugs portiers couch
covers lace curtains scrims nets carpets mattings
lineoleum8 window shades queensware glassware
enamelware tinsware mattress and springs. This
demonstration and sale will last for fifteen davs.
During this sale we will give to each and every customer purchasing $5.00 or over a
nice present from our stock.
Come one and all and eat and drink with us whether you buy or not. It will
be our pleasure to have you come and see our line of goods and get our prices. We
buy sell and swap for second hand goods every day in the year We wanr your re-
frigerators and ice boxes now if you have one to trade or sell phone 1 33 right now.
rYORK FURNITURE CO.
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