The Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 24, No. 36, Ed. 1, Friday, September 9, 1921 Page: 3 of 10
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ft? I DAY. SEPT. 9 1921
THE DURANT WEEKLY NKTOi
AGRICULTURAL NEWS NOTES
United States Department of Agriculture
State A. & M. College Extension Service
i:. Dunlap Miss Fannie Buie
County Agent Home Dem. Agt.
Note: Tlic New Is glud to
thM department nny ltutu
mine it'i trtir Iiik to farm
ll that Is leqtiited i- ;ic-
II st.iteinctits made. It
i to i. .iki' this dejiart-
him n t i smru
.i 'ii .i tlnti prolialily
.--' .1. Iln ' i nl'
l) I .tilt llll II .till is
i ii' in ;nliiititif! t i'
i pi i lli.t Him -litpiiii lit
.iim'i-. atpl !i--i -
'In Sia'i' In itini Lit
t . ii ! intti OM.iliiuiia
i 1 1 v -iniK -lmli i;ii-
H HIlIM II i.i ! .nl to
l' HI .1 'Oltltjllll M KM
tlmi nt Tt'a- t"xer Hi V..
Is ipi-i llii.ily tip- c-i-
n iln' i'.iil.itio:i mid
l.-r tip' -tip"tvliim i mi
l tin- iVili'iMl lint can nt
I i-iiy. i t nt a ii'Ktil'iily
iipcitor nl tlic State of
i mils nl tic ic'-'lil.iliiill'i
i l.i'tuci'ii point.- in Olsl.i-
ilci the at once. Sept -
i illi il to shipment- iimn
.! Into Oklahoma do not
i ii 111111 .Ian. 1 I'il'!'.
ell ll.s Is CpllilH'il liy tlic.
ne ticicsi.ii;. iii th. c.
.iilli.itu lexer i ..!- in Ok-
t.il in aililition to Keep
:ltni that alicail has
in il. Incidents sue cited
i 'lie wici'kiiiK of Southern
ii s thcichy icleasliiu' tick-
. I i.ittle. tiant'ciriiiK of tick-
1 i.ittle fiom liad-milLM' cars
ili native pens unln.idiiut Ii.v
e'l'IKc of Soilthcin rattle for
xx iter and test in Muck pun
s i a-ide that purpose
.il escape of inle.steil
in iliclr beint uanfoned to
inn iiuaiaiitined pens and the
iiin.ition of inlcuion lioiu cars
.it stations or on hiding and
li u: with that bn.ud i i with
I'tlited Stated liiie.iii f Aliinial
O.HW.V III tl'U . I..dll'.ltlnll Volk."
Mcllllicls of the ho.llil in sc.li.ii
lod.i. ic.1Im1 ih.'t Hi- .ulatii.tis.
w s o'wlia' d:. ':. . hut j..tu..l
KiU'li a. Mi. n ;s i ... !. ..
Hon in Hi. :. ; ! sti1Iii )f
lx ! ticl.-i I'm t.0 i. m..
. US IH.1111111. Is m. ..'1 tut
I Ii" I'li'ht u ill st ii. j i
ii . ..
1'ii.M nine II c .' Ic V.JIp e
! of .1 M l in.iM I Ml ...
! .in nl tl.. i k-
of one month ago. As far as this
office is able to learn the first bale
of cotton for the state was reported
for Temple. Oklahoma. Idabel Ann-
darko Stroud. AltUR and Mnngum
repotted their first bales between
the 20th and 2Gth of August.
State llo.ird of Agilculture Hulle-tln.
ASSOC 'I. VI
1.. n !
llillU I'.IVs i'. nn I u
M. II let
Kvcll at the p. ..etlt ( llll f (he
llxcstml. iii.ii et. iMitic ;il iK.
lie th- lies! ic' i. tlirouili which
lo 111. ike a pio'it on mirli.ii:.. nnd
many other cpnis that in the i-
er.ire Okl.ilniin.i l.m notdliiK to
W. I.. Illlz.iiil. lien! ol the animal
liif-li.tmli.v lie putt nt nt A ami
"IJcci'iit dei'Hn.s .
ilnulit h.ii. iii-i-miia.i.il many llt-Mm-U
i.ii-eis iiiin s-i. At a
reason m the ;.c:n when th 1. 1
a tush ol fli wink p.uii ii.nii u
a time when uirisiial lalns a .
CH'.ImmI the snppl m- I (.
alinxc noriii.il. l U nut npiMni;
that larmcK ate Imllncil to nc.lei t
"lint lhc .an'l afliinl to iiitinie
that nele. t All maikct.s pay a
piciniiini lor th" animal that is fin-
ished iit mi early ate mid ot compata-
lively Unlit weight (l-ilni usually
aie i hcipcr ami mow economical at
this age. That being the ens.. the
best In care and teed should h civ en
the young animals. They need the
grain as well !t. K(!nd pasture. If
they're guarded against Hies jit this
season of the year too the thrift
the of young animals Is itu teased and
ini- the profits glow accordingly."
Troiii nothing mme than a dieam
a 111 tit oei a xe.ir nun the Oklaho-
ma fnttnn (Jtoweis Association has
giiiwii lut ' i stmni:. going business
Itistltutiof actiiallv handling cotton
The Cotton .-si(;iioti l.as itccoiii-
pllshcil tin jiluiM.t lleiculean task or
buiMiiii: lu i 'ex. mouths a cotton
tmul.ctitig i i.aulMtlou that can co
intu the in ill.i' nl. Hie mime hs.
..- the li-L'e.t nt'mi th ins which
'.in sp.M li pi .ini us in their ili -xi
The As.mi i.i'inn l- fully picpueil
inn! n mix to h in ill. its ini'mliei's
ottnn is i.ipullx as It i in ciuiic In
'Mills iitie'ii'i iitt.nl. nt seliish Intel
csts onpo ii t lu- Association lias
x.inlshci In i thiti air.
Aiiothct l.lllacx. In the fm in of the
Matcni'lit thai tin Association could
lint plnpeilx titi.it te Itself has been
exploded V Ith the ilctitlite assuinnie
of loans totalitiL s. immi nun with ap-
plosliiiatelx ST.. nun nun mole ill
sight. The t'.itlou Association has
been able to -ut it not only Oklaho-
ma bunks but Nexx Yoik banks and
the War rinance t'otiioiation of its
ability tn do business mid to fill tll-.ll
sccuiitx loi loans - llulletin.
Itiinl. ip Kciiiiic.
Cimnty Palm Audit C. It. Dun-
lap letiiiiieil li-i Tiiilay fiom ten
dax.s spent at Stillwater attending the
latin mtiKtiss lie tepnrts a splen-
stoic of xaluablc infm uiiitiou to aid
did meeting iiml that he secuied a
him in his woik.
l-s (X IX OKLAHOMA
in a regulated area or an area
known to be infested with pink
boll worm. The seed must also have
been tested for purity and germina-
tion. Permission Is given foi the ship-
ment. Into Oklahoma from Texas and
Louisiana cotton seed cotton seed
bulls cotton lint (loose baled ot
rotupre.sM'il). cottonseed sacks and
all cotton products pi ox hied th.il
Mich shipments shall be for com-
llletcl.il pill poses only ami pioxlded
that such shipments shall originate
from areas not
under Federal or
KNTIIti: I'AMII.Y KOl'XI l)KAI:
A IX SHOT
Near Oimbsy Minn an entire
family has been found dead tiff of
them shot to death. The bodies wore
I'is.'oxeii d Monday but the cm oner
(omluiicil that the deaths occiiried
he in lo'tore. The family consti-
tuted 1'i.iuk KI.i.miu. his ufe ami
Fire Tornado Automobile
121j North Third
Col ton Comlitioiis INiotvr
The colt on crop continues to show
a xery loxx- condition ilue largelx-
being tianspoited through to continued boll weexil damage
p.istuic.s and open ranges. In and dry weather. The condition fig-
m.iK i c a shipment of live stock nre for the state as of August 2.rith
men iinilei the provisions ot leleased Seiitember I was 4S. per
. icuiilation. icititicate cent fmcciisting n )leld fot the state
.niominiiiy the shipment of 17 LOOK bales of 500 pounds each.
ia that the rei;iii!ement.. baxe The condition one month ago was 68
'.ct anil the cettiflcate must 'per cent and the estimate betxven
aihed to the xvii.xblll. at lea-t ; n nun ilm r.-O00(i hales. The fol-
iui ' '
tnilisit through the Stale lowing condition fignies xvete report-
l.. n nicunistance.s aw deemed to
xxar.iiit shipments of llx-e stock
in.1 be stopped in tiansit within
i la ute and inspected ami wuy-
I'lll ' x.iiuined for evidence of viola-
ting of the regulations set out. In
the ex cut that it has been violated.
nidi lixe stock may be subjected to
ilil'l'ing at the nearest or most prac-
lic.dlx punted dipping facilities.
I'liufsinns of the new regulations
"lmli materially affect Oklahoma
Si il .
ed for the different districts of the
cotton growing counties: North Cen-
tral Oil per cent Northeastern 73
per cent. West Central 77 per cent.
Central 43 peicent. Katit Central 54
per cent Southwestern 54 per cent
South Contial IS per cent and the
southeastern counties 37 per cent.
The central. South Central and
Southeastern counties where the
production is the heaviest showed
tho lowest condition figures. The
"k oxvneis. says that after condition for the United States was
"no cattle noises mules nor 4!). 3 per cent and the estimated pro-
be shipped led. driven j duction 7037000 bales of f.00
Irnicil nor in any manner ttans-
jKirtui from an area in Oklahoma
uniiii quarantine by the I'nited
St.'it.s Depattment of Agriculture
iin.l tin- Stat of Oklahoma for Texas
feicr unle-s same are first inspected
anl loiimi to be free from ticks
in inspector of the State Hoard
"f Agiiciilture or of the I'nited
St:n. s liureau of Animal Industry'
nl then a clearance and no such
Ii.iiiiue shall be given except for
''i'li stuck as are being dipped leg-
u'jily and satisfactorily under the
suficrxiMon of .such State and Fed
er.il employes as hereinbefore men-
iHnicil iind then only for stock of
inuMits the authorities of which are
offumiiy recognized by the State
Ho ml of Agticulture as co-operat-
pnunds each a decrease of J 106 000
bales as compaied with the estimate
wlien pieparing your
child for the coming
term of school don't
forget that good eye
sight Is very essential to school work.
We give special attention to chil-
dien's eyes as well as the eyes of
older poisons. Our service Is unsur-
passed and all work guaranteed.
Office Downstairs 210 W. Main St.
.11' MI'S CAKSAR
tho famous old Itoman Emperor knew that thrift
was essential to a successful Life. Ia his essays
we often remember that ho exorted tho young
Itoman manhood of his day and timo to persevere
at their tasks be thrifty and Industrious and
their Future would ho marked.
He was talking to you also! The same rulo ap-
plies today if you would succeed you must save
and do it coiisMantly.
A I'lINNV SAVi:i) IS A
THE BANK THAT -FRIENDLY
Quarantine xvtis declared Satuiday
by the State lto.ml of Agriculture
against all of New Mexico and por-
tions of Tevis and Louisiana cov-
eted by Federal (uaiantines or to
hereafter he put In force in the ef-
fort to prevent pink hollworm
made because of the difficulties in
spieailinu into Oklahoma. The le-
st! Iction against New Mexico is
ascertaining areas of infestation
The regulation pi ov ides that no
cotton seed shall be shipped into
Okliihninr. for plaining purposes
fiom Texas or Louisiana unless nn
affidavit is attached to the bill of
lading and a copy forwarded to the
State Hoard of Agriculture to the
effect that said seed were not grown
Youll enjoy the
sport of rolling
'em with P. A.!
Prince Albert it toftf
in toppy rtd bag;
tidy red tint hand'
some pound and halt
pound tin humidor
and in the pound
cryttat glatt humi
dor with tpongo.
FIRST tHing you do next
go get some makin's
papers and some Prince
Albert tobacco and puff away
on a home made cigarette
that will hit on all your
No use sitting-by and say-
ing maybe you'll cash this
hunch tomorrow. Do it while
the going's good for man-o-man
you can't figure out
what you' re passing by! Such
flavor such coolness such
more-ish-ness well the only
way to get the words em-
phatic enough is to go to it
and know yourself!
And besides Prince
Albert's delightful flavor
there's its freedom from bite
and parch which is cut out by;
our exclusive patented proc-
ess! Certainly you smoke
P. A. from sun up till you
slip between the sheets with-
out a comeback.
Prince Albert is the tobac-
co that revolutionized pipe
smoking. If you never could
smoke a pipe forget itt
You can AND YOU WILL
if you use Prince Albert
for packing! It's a smoke
revelation in a jimmy pipe
or a cigarette!
by R. J. Reynold!
the national joy smoke
F. O. B. Excise Retail
Detroit Tax Freight
355.00 14.64 72.10
425.00 17.53 72.10
450.00 18.50 72.10
325.00 13.41 72.10
395.00 16.29 72.10
420.00 17.33 72.10
295.00 7.30 72.10
365.00 9.03 72.10
390.00 9.65 72.10
445.00 11.01 72.10
595.00 24.54 72.10
660.00 27.23 72.10
625.00 No Reduction 62.10
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Effective today the following reductions in prices represent the lowest prices at
the which Ford car has sold in its history when war tax and increased freights are de-
ducted. Ford leads again with a reduction of $100.00 on Sedans and Coupelets .$60.00 on
Touring cars $45.00 on Roadsters) $50.00 on Trucks and $50.00 on Chassis.
The following new prices with war tax and increased freight deducted are lower m
than pre-war prices:
F. 0. B.
445.35 Tour. Plain
518.24 Tour. St. CI.
544.27 Tour St. Dr.
414.12 Rbt. Plain
487.00 Rbt. St. CI.
513.04 Rbt. St. Dr.
376.56 Chas. Plain
448.29 Chas. St. CI.
473.91 Chas. St. Dr.
530.27 Truck Pneu
Authorized Durant Ford Dealers
DURANT MOTOR CAR CO.
tlh and Main
1 Phone 20
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