Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, March 21, 1919 Page: 3 of 12
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v MARCH 21.1019. TUt'jJyTvffMKLY yEWR
snital Directors Will
Proceed to Build Hospital
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rem if '
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lir ( '
t MiMiiiirI.il Hospital
's .iliimt iiliH't-flvo
iiy money hiis
in ()" I. Colwkk.
I ill li'l N .ItlximlP to
i .utMl lnmll;
Mm I ilotn- ImiiHMl-
I will fill when th"
unit In xlKlit but
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nimlil lo Iip
w li.r hIiow n
i . it it .mil a
Hum tin so io-
fin! Oi tl.c (It'll
nit th it now
h it. tlii'iffori'. iIp-
f (I t Will llllHt'lll with
pi u .i u tlic iicicss.irt
n i li ink. .mil iol on-
il il ii.i'iiiitisin of
litii'iii to omi' to
i In ni i oss n t c oin ni
f fid unless some
i ki n. tin1 f?ooil work
in iu will lie of no
il k who was a piom-
i il Mirwmi of Dal-
lius g.uo up hla private practice
when the war commenced miii lden-
tllled hlmsolf with Government
woik. Ho has not been active for
ttt'veral montlm and llko other pro-
fessional men of nblllt.t Is anxious to
Koi mio inu liiirnebs iiKaln He lias
offeilnKH from other towns ih roo'I
as Durnnt and If t are koIiib to
sloop at the post litre why we. will
'Just 'lose out hospital and inn tlmti
its. and th.it is all there is to It.
Dr. CoH.Ick will subset ibo In tnsM
for oiio-fiftli of the capital stotk and
will devote Ills time and eneifit to
the hospital when finished it he
should blow up .why the deal is Just
It I. up to the pi opei tt owneis
.Hid buslneis inteiesth so far unin-
terested to ;et bus not next ute'j
but now. Next week will be too late
Just at. mire as ni'M week conic 4
Hud we had a hosiital in Dm int
the past nai duriiiR the Influenza
epidemic the value finni tlie slund-
liolnt of IipIiik able to prodire n
muse in tin' bad i.ihi-s would have
!( lull W. O. W. Head.
The Uiennial Contention of Okla-
homa Woodmen held at Sulphur this
week elected Arthur N. here raft of
Colbert as head consul of tho orfian-
i7atlon for Oklahonin for the ensuinj;
two ears. 1) I. Williiuns of Caddo
uns also elected as Sovereign Dele'
V Winllow Test at Alesortli.
Messrs. Moore and Adorns Imvo
ncnulred considerable acreage near
Aylesworth and nro this week drlll-
IniT A UPlI Thnfln nnlln.HnH U .. n
setpral hundred acres of leases In
mm immedliite section and expect
to ill III at least four wells on their
noIdliiL-s n Ih.v ii in .i.iii ....i. f...
----..-. ...... ..... .III.. wiitj ....
Uio shnllow oil at the piesent time.
mure nnte been n number or we
mlKht say several wells drilled near
AyleSWOrlll mill (mm lnC..r..nl I...
wo hai' been able to got It seem?
thut In every one some oil has limn
found It Is iI.iIiiik.i ii.. ....... . . ..r
-- - ... . ...... o..ii. - ...
the wells theio will pioduie twenty
ii mis per nay. .Messis .Moore anil
All Ulls ale collie to irlte Hull riiiin-
U a tlioiDtiKh lest tor the shallott
oil and ir this prints a good pioiluc-
tlon they will sink a deep test. -Ala-dill
Mis. l.nlH.i tlnL..r .r mm .1 n
Ut.t. a waitress shot and killed het
hiish.ind. I. w. lisiki.i .. ..... oi...
taught in coiupanv with another wo-
man on Hie streets (f Oklahoma Cilv
Sunilat afternoon. '1 he linker worn'
mi. when ai rested suld that her hus-
band had railed to support her and
had iiiiMtip.it. it lint .it it....... .....i
when she found him in the other
woman s (ompan.t it was too muih. i
w n.. . . . nhndv doubts Andrew Carnegie's
fh.. ii. ..... """-" " twbuiim nun no kus -Tlic one who
P'1' "" u w.'i p:.no u' V lot"' "nl nl111 rnnn"t s'lc '"onty.
u .si. "i.1 CiU "!"" '" i"t do iinWIilnB else worth
wasted. Hut youi W. s S now. 'while" W. S. S. help to sate.
ni 5 . ; Jone''' w1"' lV03 ji
?M M0"1 frm h"J10' l"-' " ""I-
cldo Monday nfterioon. Mr. Jones
Mo w.'..."'k" .n rl" !o "ennlnistoii
Monday morning an I Ir.s wlfei mmh
liy bill! Tor urilnn ....I...1 1. 1
Jones mil suspecting her motivo'.
UOtlglit l.i rents unrii. ' il . ....n
tine for her. .Mo.-. In -.fi..
while Mr Jones wnj In the fold at
Work Mrs. .tntini. ....!.. .1. .
to end her life. A .......... .i ...........
i knocked tho bottle tioti hit hand
V?fV.r" " "'"' lnrl t' I" 'I hi i lips
'Medical aid wns Hiiir.moni'd lint 0
I arriving found Mrs. Joins doit. rine
. tl onlt the tip of luv ftini.ii.' im.i.-
.ed 'ind iippdrontly iihh um I of the
.iHt.i (hut she had tiled to at -oin
'I "ish llennlngton T.lhune.
(iootl Itoad Work.
I Ab Spaiks the county's road sii-
.nettlsill. Is hfllltlir Diit.w. irn.l ti .hI.
I -- ."r. '.. f.r.J.. 1.11.
done on the highway between Durant
. ...1 ft !.... I . .11.. . ... .
uw.i . .... m leaning 10 I'unisnn ana
will soon liavo It up in as good con-
dition .IS It f.tnt l.ie Till.. . f.i.L- tln
Itrattot-pulled ginder Is ctcniug up
i lit- Mingo piates wnicn due to in-
cessant i.iins and heavy traffic had
gotten so bad tint diagglng wouldn't
do the business at all.
Henrj Hturr I'arolrtl.
Henry Stnrr famous bank robber
and outlaw left McAlester pentttn-
tlury Saturday with Governor Hob-
fit son's parole In his pocket a fieo
man. Stan who has served time
elsewhere wns convlited of robbing
a bank at Stioiid Oklahoma in the
month of Match 191 B. The giant-
Ing of the pirole oci iislurt. d wide
surprise in this section.
Turn the Clocks Up
The law that makes us turn tbo
clocks an hour forward wasn't Re-
pealed ho we have to do It again
this ear. When you retlro for the
night Saturday March 29th last
run the clock nn hour ahead go to
sleep and forget It. The law goos
Into effect at 2 o'clotk Sunday morn-
ing. Whoever forgets It will be lato
to work or ihurch or school or
lodge and miss his trnln besides.
Used Furniture . Wanted
I hate' opened a second hand Kuiulture Stole In tho Me-
Klnney lliilldlng on Main slieet and First avenue former-
lv ottupled 1 the IliWti llarber Shop 1 pay the highest
cash prite fot Seiond Hand Kurnlture and am In the mar-
ket at all times. Don't sell tour furniture until vou get
Tirst mid Main Streets.
I'hoiie HID. Dur.int Oklalionia.
E have just received a carload of brand new
furniture including a beautiful line of
Ied Room Rugs Refrigerators and Ice Boxes.
ovwill find here many new things that are of
igh quality yet priced very reasonably indeed.
et us snow you.
Pettey Furniture Co.
Iain Street Durant Okla.
We are ready for it
with ample stocks of
We have just received Car of
Selected Peanuts for Planting
ann can supply you while they
Durant Cotton Oil Co.
The United States Council of National Defense
Buy Only What You Need
But Buy It Now
The re-employment of returning soldiers sailors and marines istne
patriotic duty of the whole people.
Industry cannot absorb these men and take care of men already em-
ployed unless there is a demand for industrial products.
All commerce rests finally upon the individual purchases of the people
. When people buy business is good when people cease buying in-
The Nation is in a period of transition from a war to a peace basis
to make this transition quickly it is necessary that the people of the
United States understand the necessity of buying what they need now.
Hoarding is dangerous so is waste.
Take the middle course.
Buy Now but buy carefully.
(Signed) U. S. Council of National Defense.
NIOWTON ). IOKUK. Si'cretarv ot War Chairman.
JOSISIMIUS DANIKLS Secretary of Navy.
FRANKLIN K. LANK Secretary of Interior.
DAVID F. HOUSTON Secretary of Agriculture.
WILLIAM C. UKDFIIOLD Secretary of Commerce.
WILLIAM II. WILSON Secietary of Labor.
C.IIOSVKNOK I! CLAKKSON. Director of Council
Published under authority of U S Council of NationalDefense Washington
This space patriotically donated by
Durant National Bank First National Bank
Durant Grain and Elevator Co.
Durant Cotton Oil Co. Durant Weekly News
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 12, Ed. 1, Friday, March 21, 1919, newspaper, March 21, 1919; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82827/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.