Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1, Friday, September 21, 1917 Page: 2 of 10
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FRIDAY BKITKMMCB 1 1017
DPRANT WEEKLY NEWS
Your Grocer will deliver
You've enjoyed it nt restaurants and other nlace
now you wjnt your family and your guests to join
you in the same pkasure. Tlut'h one of the joys of
serving Uevo to liear your quests say how good it
is then to listen to their arguments as to just what
it is. If they havm't seen the bottle they'll all agree
that it is soinuhing else if they have seen the
bottle each will Lave :i different explanation for its
Bevpi is nutritive pure through pasteurization and
steriliation non-intoxicating wholesome and thor-
oughly refreshing. iVofe Iicvo should be served cold.
Bcvo the all-ycar-'round soft drink
Oft Xe vo at inn.. ffMitirfiiil. grorf rl? i ilrpnrlmnt an J ilrug ttortt
liictnc tclouri'l tmnrLiiiU italics. Kfnii fountain dining cart elrnm.
ftlnpn. uti 1 i.lhcr (.Klin wiirre rcfrtsliinn hrvrrours me Bodi. Guard
tiil.iiil tuUliluus Imvc tlic bottle okiiii1 in front cf you.
Lcvu is loM in bottles enly nnJ is bottlfd exclusively by
ANUEUSr-R-BUSCH ST. LOUIS
England-Hayncs Gro. Co.
lU'KANT OK LA.
I.- I'KIt U'.VT OF Ol'OTA INDKK
first r.w.i. ov w.w to in xa.
TIOS'AI. ARMV t'A.VTOMKXTS.
To Get Part Equipment
Slme rnniiiitliin of Auxiliary ( orp-
i f I'll -t fall Miiy Re Insuf-
' ficl.nl to I'ill All t'nlts.
MKKTI;s IX I'KCK.ItlNS .T Till:
jsoutii sum: tarekvaci.i:
KvnnKi'list ami Mis A i: (in..r
commcnieil 11 .sinliM nf revival meet-
illgs last Sunday night nt tin- Smith
Side Ilaptlst T.iheriuicle vvlilrh nn
reported to lie well attended The
'services couimciui) every night at
7:30 and will c initlinif tnniiigbniit
tho month. The meetings nro mule-nominational.
never iiotiii:i:i:i siwi:
After suffering with terrible pains
In hit) liaek for eight years ami af-
ter having tried iloctors ami incill-
clues AlvlB Sonera Aili. Itid vviltcs:
"Foley Kiel iiey i'llls wero ri'com-
uii'iiili'il 10 1111' and tins first bottle
reuiiivcil tin1 pain. After taking
three bottles the bloating was all
gone and ha.s never hothcied me
slm i'." Tor sale liy Stone Drug t'o.
I have all records of glasses fitted
by Dr. 1. I. Slangier deceased and
can repl.im jour lenses according to
Hid nrii;iii:il prescription.
Dr. .1. I.. ItF.YNOI.liS
Kye Kar Nose and Throat Speclal-
'Ist. . Over CnniPr Drug Storo
People Get Rich
FIRST By earning money.
SECOND By saving those earn-
By a judicious invest-
ment of their earnings.
One dollar will open a savings account at this
bank and that which is done today will
not be forgotten tomorrow.
The American State Bank
8. A. WHALE President. W. E. OTTEIWACK Vice I'rosldont.
D. MORGAN Vice President. H. D. NEEI.Y Cashier.
The money Is in the bank at Durant waiting for you.
Tou can get It the same lay you sign the papers on -inre-stricted
titles. Why wal six weeks for your money when
you can get it today T
I examine your farm draw
abstract and pay you the money.
the papers pass on
Come and see me.
J. n. HICKMAN Manager
DICKINSON-REED RANDERSON CO.
Washington. Kept. 20.--Mu.Mhnl-imI
for the last linn- as dvlllans and
iimler 1 Milan authority more than
::hiiiiiiii men nf the National Arm
are going forward tills week com-
ineiiilriK Wednesday to the sixteen
ratitoniiHiits to lie tralmd for the
battle anltist German autocracy
Their next mow will be as flghtine
11 inunid the battlefields of
The whole Nat inn will be nstlr
with the movement of the setectlv
fun 1 The men repreent approxi-
mately I." tier cent nf the total quo-
tn iimler Hip flrt 'all from each nf
nearly .U'O'i loitil boards. Alrcadv
at the 1 simps ! 'he intvanre guaru o
per tent nf the total eninpnieil of
experleliml men. iticlllilini? COOKS
Out nf this has been rieateil a skel-
eton nriHililatltm Into whlih tho sre-
iind Imnmcnt Is belni; absorbed
when the last men of this increment
arrive the (.mips will house halt of
the first mil fori en or r I". r00 men.
and the other half will follow n
raplillv as quarters and equipment
.ire made available
In a statement this week tho War
T)epartnient sis the task of obtain-
ing equipment anil supplies for the
army Is movltiK satisfactorily. Somo
of the men of the National Army
may be onl partially equipped for
some time niter mey an- um .
and no attempt will be made to fur-
nish them with full war equipment
until Hip eve of their departuro for
Europe. Some civilian clothlnK
such as overcoats will nnvp to op
used for a tlntp as thp clothing in-
dustry has not caught up with its
With tho mobollatlon of one-half
of the fiST.rtOO men of the first calt
under the selective service law in
progress tho question arises ns to
whether that number of men will be
sufficient to fill all units of the for
mer National t.uaru aim auuiiui
Army. There arc indications that n
deficiency in men will be disclosed
when official reports from all the
thirty-two training camps are avail-
able. Xew 1'nlts OrKMiiieil.
Seventeen divisions of the former
National fluard hnvn been organized
but with the exception of the New-
York Pennsylvania and a few oth
ers ami tno horty-heconu Division
which soon will embark for Prance
they are not at a maximum war
strength. The fighting stringth of
tlin seventeen division'" under the
new tables of organization wnmti up
f2;li)l)0 men. supplemented by manv
thousands of auxiliary troops What
ever ilef c encles tliero are win D"
supplied promptly from tho National
Armv as the (iuaril will go first to
Since the President called the first
fiST.000 men of the National Army
thp Signal Corps including tho aia-
tlnn hPcllon has been grpatly ev-
patuled. Nearly 100000 additional
men must bu transferred to this her-
vlcp alone. The Medical Corps also
has been greatly increased and nu
merous necessary auxiliary units for
immediate duty abroad not thought
of when the call was made have
been organized. Where enlisted men
of Hip fluard or iiegular Armv have
been taken their places will have to
be filled with National Army men.
So far as known no definite fig
ure as to the total deficiency In men
has been complleil nor any estimate
prepared In the nlwncn of complete
lepnrts from all Ounrd divisions and
auxiliary corps. It Is not unlikely
however. that when the National
Army divisions nro organized' many
vacancies will be found at the can-
tonments ard It will bn necessary
either to mako a second call on the
Nntl11n.1l Army or to train incom-
plete divisions. Divisions will go to
Kranre only nt maximum strength.
The War Department says that
ct hlndustiles of the country are ex-
panding rapidly to meet the nrmv
supply demands and only minor
shortages aro expected at the train-
ing camps. Quartermaster officials
regard tho food situation as satis-
factory. Dlffliiillj In Getting Equipment.
Tho problem of obtaining clothing
and other equipment however has
presented ninny obstacles most of
which already huvo been overcome.
With 2000000 men to provide for
1 : 1 ut k.ih 1 n;-
fSSrak oIMPORTEDani DOMESTIC
&?-&' '"illnMaW J ul
Si vTvT Wrapped in
bbKv ' kX glauine paper
llsMlfeVV keeps them .
A new combination-
Mild yet they" Satisfy
Yes this new cigarette
13 more than iust cood
tasting it delivers a new
and important thing to
home" they let you know
you are smoking they
Yet they're Mild!
Don't be surprised the
new blend of Imported and
Domestic tobaccos does it.
And the blend can't be
Let Chesterfields give
you new cigarette enjoyment
cmu( ye&juyte Mcc(f
Whenever You Need a Ieneral Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
oul : Malaria Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
and $3000000000 to spend in tin best freckle and tan lotion and corn-
first year tho department faced a plexion bcautifler at veiy very
gigantic task nt tho outbreak of tho ismall cost.
"Difficulties arose from tho out- lour Brocer has tlle lemons and
set" the statement says. "There ''"' uruB sloro or t0"el counter will
wus a .shortage of wool a shortage bllPP1y three ounces of orchard
of duck for tentago and leggings a white for a few cents. Massage this
shortage of fast dyes for uniforms sweetly fragrant lotion Into tho face
and a shortago of labor. There will neofc nrmo .i .i v .i.. ..
"-f """ uuit uuuua vuvu uuj mi'4
bo no appreciable shortago of cot
ton hut a shortago of looms.
"These difficulties have been and
aro being gradually overcome. The.
Item o ftentagn furnishes an illus-
tration. Tho department desired to
place orders for .10 000000 yard" of
tentage. The normal output of the
country is 20000000 yards per an
num. All along tho Hue industrial
establishments had to be expanded
to meet unprecedented demands.
"The first officers' training camps 1
brought a rush order to the Quar-
termaster's Department for approx-
imately 100000 uniforms. Tho equip-
ment of technical troops authorized
by Congress after the declaration of
war brought other unexpected de-
mands. Tho Quartermaster's De-
partment has also supplied -ilx
months' equipment for the expedi-
tionary force now In Franco and has
contributed to the equipment of tho
"All this timo preparations were
continued for the opening of the can
tonments. Incipient labor troubles
and a shortago of raw materials for
a while retarded this major task.
great industrial expansion has be-
see how freckles and blemishes dis-
appear and how clear soft and whlto
the skin becomes. Yes! It Is harm-
less. 97 (adv)
J. F. Oregory of the First Nation-
al Hank has returned from Oklaho-
ma City where ho underwent a sur-
LESION JUICE IS FRECKLE RE-MOVER
Girls! Make This Cheap Beauty Lo
tion to Clear and Whiten
Squeeze the Juice of two lemons
Into a bottle containing three oun
ces or orenara wnite Bnace wen
and you have a quarter-pint ot the
Is Your Home
IF NOT WHY NOT
We have the best and most complete line of
Nome Furnishings that a careful study of markets
and values provides.
We mark our goods as low as a living profit
will allow and give the best of values.
We try our best to sell you just what you want
at a price you can afford and want to serve you.
Mhoon & Spring
3rd ud Everrms FURNITURE Dmit OkU.
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 21, No. 38, Ed. 1, Friday, September 21, 1917, newspaper, September 21, 1917; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82723/m1/2/: accessed December 9, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.