Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 13, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 15, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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SATURDAY- .frBBRUARY IB' lftifty J
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Saturday Jlorninp AdwrttaT
Published nvcrv Saturday morning
at 114 Noith ThlrJ Avenue. Durant.
E. M. EVANS. Killtnr and Publisher.
SUHSCRII'TIONS -Through On- lib
eral patronage- of the iiiPrchrnt
ot tbo community the publisher is
enabled to distribute this paper frf.e
ot cost to ri-sldontM of Durum. Look
for it pcry Fililay afti-moon.
.SATfitn.w. KKititiMitr in. nit
The legislature in hating u hard
time over raising tho salatips of state
officers from some $1!500 up to some
$3000 but Is seemingly lgnuiliiK 'lie
needs of the $7f n month deputies
nnd clerku in tho state and enmity
offices the ery fellows who need
We doubt Is then; a holder nf a
state office in Oklahoma who wnntt
tho office for the salary attached in
most rases tho guiding Impulse H
political ambition nnd tho recipient
of the office has a living coming
from some other source nnd wheth-
er he has or not. Is most likely to
live up whntcer salary he Is paid
for politics nnd office holding call
for an expenshe llting standaid
Hut how about the fellow who is
working ns a deputy in u county of-
fice or ns a velerk in a state office
for $75 a month? Years ago .lhat
sum provided a Rood living but to-
day no man can keep a family prop-
erly on It. The state offlco holder
is faring u deal better with his $2500
than tho deputy nnd clerk Is with
his $900. Personally We bellee the
legislature Is not getting at thejhliig
right nor giving relief where relief
If the leglslatuie frames .1 good
roads bill that will gunnintie the
construction of a highway crlss eioss-
Ing every county and connecting the
county seats with a sliding' brain of
levy ngnlnst property along the light
based on distance from the route
thus letting the counties bear part
of the burden It looks like the things
would meet popular nppinvfil. What
tho people don't want and won't
havo is anything that smacks of a
scheme for the further aggrandize-
ment of thu capital city throng.:
stato funds. 1
' The hospital Ls assured anil cer-
tain. What few men attended the
prgatilzatlon banquet Thursday night
of last week subscribed for more
than halt of tho stock and others
ramo across nicely when the com-
.jmlttcc? went after them. Five years
kgovd.' fifty thousand 'dollar propo-
Iwtlcn would havo hern looked upon
i'as a big deal for Durant to handle
but ht'ro'thls one "has gone over on
short notice without any nolno and
with 'ralKhty.-little -objoctlon.
When the nroner tlmo cotnerf 'the
"(hotel "proposition Will- be put nvcr
ijust an fanny 11 not more enuny.
(While no .more important the lintel
ji proposition' appears to bo more Im-
I mediately pressing than was the. lios
1 pltnl and there will be a hotel man
J to go Just as strong with the local
i cltlzens'Oh the hotel as Dr. Co'wick
of DMIns''dld with 'us on the hnapi-
) tal. The .Idila is purely one pt -co-
operation and will accomplish wov-
ders when given a chance.
Thoe of ns who hae been in
convenlenrcd by the recent numer
ous rains which almost stopped
traffic and vertainl retarded eirly
land preparation for crops may find
solace in the figures which show
that the best iorp- have followed a
mighty wet winter and spring wNn
faimors were late getting into iho
fields. Tlc Idea is that a wet win-
tor puts a 'season in the ground th'it
takes a long hard drought to over-
rome. ' Personally we are anticipat-
ing real crops here In 1919.
Those of our fi lends (and ene-
mies) who disapprove of something
thnt has appeared In these columns
should in a spirit of fairness 10-
mrmbor thnt there is nothing pilot-
ed In any man's paper (hut sonvi one
would not have bien glad to havo
suppressed for one season or anoth-
er and that tho newspaper or In-
dividual that tries to please uvurv-
body pleased nobody and fall".
In jusUco to the public u ho. buys
tho newspaper for thfi' riowsujuttnr
It contains an editor cannot' print
something that Isn.'t new; just to
ploaso some friend who wants it
printed and conversely cunuot re-
fuse to print something that Is news
Just because some friend wants II
suppressed. Little "puffs" without
legltimnte excuse fait flat on the
public oar without benefit either
to the one'"puffed" or to the paper.
AIso real live clean news that Is
suppressed hurts the paper Tlth lis
readers and' doesn't help the indi-
vidual In whose behnlf It was hold
out. Tho act of determining just
what to and'what not to print eion
on a small paper. Is quite a joh unto
Tbo Hominy News says that it
Cam. Russell and Tommy Gore both
go after tho farmer vote In tho sena
torial race In 1920 11 tnlrd Demo-
crat may run away with the nomina-
tion. And if either of tho fogy lit-
tle "friends" of the fanner should
be nominated the Republicans would
be given oppm'tunlt.N to land on a
lloth these well known gentlemen
bin i' sung theli own praises load
and long Into the ears ot the farm-
ers whose deleted fileml ami pro-
tietor both stoutly claimed to be.
lloth of them likewise Ijas that po-
lltleal perception that enabhs him
to say just the light thing In every
community to make thoie who hear
and believe sliu.it for him. Core
never was fit for L'nlted State Senator-
neither Is Uussull. The News
Is su Democratic that it is a habit
but If our party cannot cannot put
up better timber that (Joru or litis-
boll next time ive desene a beating
and as tho Hominy News sh. wo
would most likely get It
They toll us that people forget In
lime the things their servants have
done and use this as an aigumcnt
to make us believe that by the time
Mr (lore's name must again appear
on the ballot ho will again be able
to poll the big vote he used to get.
Unless we mislead the signs. Gore
has "torn his shirt" goud and plenty
with the Amerluui.s that live in tills
state and they will NKVKlt forget
him even tho It be a century. So fur
as this paper is concerned tin ro Is
no favoiite son whom we present for
the senatorial toga. All wo ask Is that
a man be selected who can and WILL
fittingly 1 (-present the people who
a 1HUKK NKHJS NOTES 8
a:a tt:B Kitt :8 tf:8tt;ntt:tt tt:tt
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Prftate James I Koptr of Ilcn-
nlngtun this county 'was among a
large number ot overseas wounded
and- sick men brought to Fort Sill
near Lawton last week.
In asking farmers of (he state to
co-operate in a movement for reduc-
ed 1 otton acreage the President of
the stale board of agriculture points
out that there ls already a world sur
plus of ten million balet.
The banks of the city were closed
all day Wednesday In commemora-
tion of the birthday of Abraham Lin-
coln which Is observed as a legal
Small l.vs have been robbing
boxes at the new postofflce says
the postmaster. Somo patrons leave
the kov.s in thilr boxes the bbys'gel
them and then show up late at night
to rifle the contents. A close watch
Is being kept.
Chits. W. Tmvne who went to the
army from near Hushnell has baen
discharged and returned homo and
Is now with his father K. F. Towne.
Young Towne was In the St. Mlhell
drive and was laid up for several
weeks with wounds received In ac-
tion. It. A. Ill-Imp has a letter from the
war dupaitinrnt saying that hU son
Corporal Ulshop who went Into the
nrmy from here was slightly gassed
on October 9th. Corporal Ulshop
Is with tho hospital corps.
Advertisements undor this heading
ro TAc per line for each Insertion
in both the Durant Weekly News and
tho Saturday Morning Advertiser
No advertlsuinuut accepted for eith
r papar singly. Terms are cash iti
advance except In cases where ad-
vertisers have a charge account on
Thorc are undoudtedly many
things to be s.iid In favor of a manag-
erial form of county government
for counties need good management
as well as private businesses. The
big objection the News finds to tho
proposition as presented to tho Leg-
islature ls the proposal to make It
optional with each of the several
counties which would result in a dls-
simillarlty of government that would
bo contusing In a great many ways.
Another point Is thnt If every county
In the state were as well managed as
Bryan County no such a bill would
bavo any excuse for consideration
If this back to the farm slogan
was sprung by the fellow w.ho praq-
1 1:011 i;.rii..NUKS
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Dallas News: Fuithermore the
darkest hour In this man's world
will come when woman will choose
to be flattered more for her Intellect
than her looks.
Knld Kvonts: Not explained how
tho tallroails and seweis are going
to no iiuiit If immlgtatlon is prohib-
ited but probably the school teach-
ers mlnisler.s newspaper reporters
and poits may bo willing to do It
for the wages paid.
Ada News: Just about the hardr
1. st blow that could have been struck
against governmeht ownership of
wire lines was hit by' Postmaster
General Hurloson when he'took over
the lines after the war was over and
forthwith boosted rates and- added
a string of exasperating regulations
the owners would never have been
permitted to put Into force. '
JlcAlester News Capital: The' man
who can smuggle a bottle ot boose
Into a bone dry stuto past a thirsty
sherltf can truly be said to curry his
Hurtshorm- Sun: Campbell Kus-
sell's pot meusure known us 12A
got hit in the solar plexus by the leg-
islature. It dcsirved the fate.
The Best Seed
To Plant Here
Lient. Dan If. Stewart of the avi-
ation service has been discharged
and Is now with his father E. H.
Stewurt. In the abstract business
hero. Dan has been stationed at an
aviation field near S.111 Antonio
Different Soil Cnllm for Different
Tjpe of Crop Government ! Kx-
perienro Is Valuable to Farmer.
All successful farmers know that
there Is a ouo best seed 'of a given
crop best suited for various types
of soil and climate but the rub
conies In when a selection of seed
is to be made nnd about the only
way there Is of determining tho
best selection ls by following that
which brings the best results.
The government has expended
millions of dollars in experiment
to ascertain Just what sort of corn
cotton and oats is best suited to ifii-
feront climates and soils and that
experience Is of inestimable value
to our own tanners In Hryan County
It they will u It. The Information'
is thelis tor the asking and the gov
ernment farm agent is heto on tho
Job every day in the year to be of
what help he may In the uny of ad-
vice and suggestions wherever need
A NEWS representative interview
ed C. W. Drown the lounty farm
agent this week seeking to ascertain
the recognized best typo ot each of
corn oats and cotton to plnnt on
certain kinds of soil and was furn
ished with the dope.
On the best bottom land nnd our
black prairie land .tho 'corn rccoin-
menutu is a large iaie corn to ma-.
ture In 120 days either Iloonc Coun-
ty .White Ferguson's Yellow Dent
or Heed's Yollpw Dent. '
un me M'conu oouoin iuu u m-
tlo poorer laud an earlier' corn Is
reeominemleij to niaturq. tn. troro
100 to 110 days ot cither tho town
Silverralne Surecropper or Chisholm
On the noorer land tiuch .as the
red and giay sandy prulrlu' land nn
early ninety day corn is advlsud :;uch
ns Improved Yellow Dont or another
that will mature before the dry
weather which usually comes In
July 'and August sets In.
For the best land and black
prairie land tho cotton recommendod
Is Ocala Lone Star or Mebano while
on the poorar land Triumph has
been found best.
In oats Texas lied Hust proof ls
endorsed for tho best land and on
poorer soil Fulgram has been found
best as It matured a couple of weeks
Thejicsl peanut for this country
has been found to bo tho bpaalsu
Peanut and best results are obtain
able by planting it only on sandy
land prairie land preferred. The
Jumbo varlotv is not recommended
for any land in this county as it has
not been found to fruit properly
and is not in the same class with the
smaller Spanish nut when it come-
The tarm agent will furnish free
information as to where any ot the
best varieties of various . seeds may.
be procured and what thu cost will
(Viiint.v t'ommls-loncr Walter
Itambo says that he and most of
his neighbors have started to plant
their oats. They are sowing them
broadcast nnd will plow then into
tho ground. Hu says the ground I-.
yet too soggy and wet to pennit 01
drilling in tho seed.
roil SALE MISCELLANEOUS
KOK SALE A fli.st class second-
hand Invalid chair. If in the market
f.ir such nhono 6:17. or call 608 N.
Fouith Avenue Duruut. wstf
LAND rOK SALE IN OKLAHOMA
CHEAP FAII.M LAND - - In a coun-
trV that never had a drought where
they loi-e from onc-lialf to a bale of
(utton per acre and from SO to 60
bushels of corn Dig free range anil
a line fruit country. Plenty of good
vvatur. Small cash payment balance
In ten equal yearly payments. For
p.iitlculais write W. H. Jones Im-
inlKi.it ion Agent. Texas. Oklahoma
& Eastern Railroad Co llrokcn How
Ukia. . wsfeb28
roil SALE OH TRADE Ford tour-
ing car Just llko new. Inquire at
YOUNG LADY Just out of school
wishes position as stenographer.
llox 36 Uoswell Okla. 5ws2p
Hon Ingram and Ed Spealrs were
in Paris Texas' the' first iOart of thei
week to attend to .funeral or thojr
cousin. Mm. i)ryuen. .wuo aieu at'
.-juiunii-i' ukii. liisi aiuuruuy.
' u .
' IT. S. nulldlng. '-InJtpector.LtFiirrls
was 'hero the- forepart rot the week;
to look- over the new federal build-
ing and sulcj that .the" oTflcea pr the
Indian agency would bti-movfed'ltrto
the upper story of tho new buildlnrt'
Very "shortly". '-i"
An interesting Lincoln memorial
program in honor ot tho birthday of
Abraham Lincoln was given at the
Normal during assembly hour Wed-
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W. T.?TUXttn; a-former Da&At
resident' now living' at LubtoO?i
lexas nasnis norae and all coi
week. Unfortunately. Tullis
I'Olt SALE HEAL ESTATE ETC.
TEXAS ' LANDS FOIt SALE The
Santa Fo has built n new branch
railway line through the South
Plains region of West Texas. A now
farming and llvo stock region with
new towns in being opened up. This
territory already is partly occupied
by a good class of settlers and crop
possibilities proven by actual exper
ience. Here you can profitably raise
cotton corn sorghums and fruit it
is an ideal live stock and dairy coun
try. Low prices for untiueu lanue
and very oasy terms. Move In early
and take first pick. Write today for
free illustrated folder. T. C. Spear
man 1004 uaiivvay rcxennuge. uni-
The Voices of Music
i all con
tents destroyed by fire thSfe lajH'
week. Unfortunatnlv. TulHs' wrltoi
heV. carried no .insurance either on
buldlrng "dr furniture. ' A -.
Tlie sheriff's force picked up a
couple of transients. tnlB vjoek whp
gavo the names ot L. 11. Anderson
and Guy Dooley and whom the
force is holding as susnects in con-
nection with several crirav) commit-
ieu recently in Texas.
Will Xorvel who nan sercrely
iiuri wock oeiore last when run
down by an aut.oraobllo .on Main St.
was able to V out this week and
attend to his business' although h
still carried bis left arm in n siu
Komrer Governor Williams hns
gone to Sluskogeo to familiarize him-
self with tho duties of the federal
Judgship and await his commission
as" such Judge No appointments
ho says will bo announced unM!
Wagoner L. It. Oabtnsn 11 rini-mi
boy has been discharged from the
base hospital at Ft. Sill. He was n
victim of Gorman gas-shells In th.-
second battle of Verdun.
One hundred nnd. cLchtv .er.-n
Oklahoma farmer boys have been
recently discharged from. Ft Sill tn
a body. This is the Lirnest numhw
of Oklahoma boys so far dlschorgitd
at pno time.
Tho trend of the cotton market
nqqears to be downward. Last week
alone on the New -Orleans market
a net loss of from' 44 to 148 points
Hwv. Herman Jones pastor of the
Presbyterian church' has return oh
from' an ..extended trip over Tonnes
seo where he worked In behalf of
the Oklahoma Presbytorlnn rolb-go
ior uins. wr. Jones told us his
work there at prayer service at the
chutoh Wednesday night.
Dr. A. L. Stout osteonatlile nlusl.
clan formerly of Helenn. Ark. haa
removed nero wun his family to
make Durant his future hem". At
present Dr. and Mrs. Stout are living
at tho homo of L. W. Early on Sw-
d ave. 80 far'hVhas'-io! iPcnrcd
suiinlle office rooms.
Dr. (J. M. HushliiK has 11 letter
from his son Marion' with the heavy
artillery In France saying that hi
Is now a' leist. Franco an 1 expectE
to be on bis vi.y home ve.- soot'
The letter is I rlmtul of lu'eiesti)':
iuciden'-. Marien oxperiencf.1 In ton
nut dnyi if i fighting '
County Attorney Phillips vvu at
Colbert fu.wday conducting the ex-
amining rial 'or'-Byrmtor Cordell
charged with assault to kill as a re-
sult of...tao-lcutUngpf Douglas Hart
rl8 in a tight in which tho two en-
gaged a few weeks ago. Young. Cor-
OH HENT HOOMS
FOR TtENT. iA- goofl inodefn -beJ.
room with bath; -rate reasonaniB.'
Photi637 cn-ca!l.'$t8 N. Fouh
Ave. . . . -i - wHtf
Will pay five cents per pound for
clean cotton rags. Deliver to the
Ciirant Weekly Nowa Durant. Ok.
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I now 'have' a few-iCorona Type
writer for .Immediate delivery. The
price is me same as .always fbu.uu
E. M. Evans Durant. Okla.-
EGGS From thorough bred Whlto
Rocks '$3and'$3 per setting of 1C.
oggs. A. G. Marvel phono a JO.
FOR SALE One registered Poland
China Sow and pigs; one reglstored
Duroc sow and Duroc male. Will sell
at a bargain it taken at once. Phone
RX55. 3 miles north ot town. H.
A. Caudlll Durant Okla. Route 2.
doll was bound over to district court
and his bond fixed at $500.
Tonunle Greer aged 24 ei died
at tho home of his sister tit Sixth
and Beech streets death being due
to tuborcuIosLs. Funeral services w.ero
held Thursday conducted by Rev. W.
II. Horn followed by nterment in
Guy Dooly and It. II. Anderson the
two hobos arrested here by tho sher
iff's force this week havo been tak
en to Dcnlson and aro being held as
suspects of an attempted robbery and
assault committed at a little grocery
storo north of Denlson Saturday
ItAILROAD TIME TAIILK
Thp following schedule ot
trains in 'and out of Durant
is published gratis as. Infor-
mation for leaders "of the
a 1 News. While care .will bo
a used In arf endtavor'to keep
it up to date its Accuracy
carlnot be guaranteed by this
K. & T. Railroad '
4:25 A. M.
3:00 P. M.
- 12:45 P. M.
ll:3C P. M.
12:30 A. M.
12:41- P. M.
5:31 P. M.
7:46 A. M.
7:40 P. M. 10:32 A. M.
8:15 A. .M. 7:00 P. M.
Do uot run on Sundays.
M. O. & O. RAILROAD
(Southbound) ' "
9 .-. 9:45 A
10 5:33 P
The NEWS ls equipped' 'to do all
kinds of first class nrlntinc and
tho cbmpleted.'.Job will be delivered
THE voice of music sometimes i like an organ 'full and
deep swelling and falling now crashing out its mighty
harmonics now sobbing away into Mlcncc.
S-metimcs the voice of music is like an old violin pliycd
in tear? sad and sweet as children's eyes quivering with the e
mystic fantasy of children's thoughts and those vague secrets
that only childhood knows.
And then sometimes the voice of music is like a soft flute
trcnibline with sweetness filled now with the joy of the hrk
and again with the gentle sadness of the whip-poor-will.
All the wonderful voices of music will be your constant
companions when vou own .
"The 7fOMc?raiA uilh a Saul"
'I he my hippy vo.ee- will cheer you when you arc sad; the wis:
cw will oiler ou their counsel in time of need the little wistful
'a J c-.ies will mike their harmonies upon your very heart-strings.
Tlicv .ire :.!! 1:1 the -o:l of The New Cdison waiting to be
Rh Cut At EH lor ou.
141 Main St. . The Edison Shop Duraat 0k j
LAY PORTA POWi
' ... .- ' - r Affi i A
b; u.4.lt:vieo to. attach to the - whcfe& aX;1 olbwobilt
whii-h then provides a substitute for any stationer' pta
.lin engine up to sven and one-half rhorse . power;.-.'.: A
Lny-I'orta Power may be Hsren in operation at.SltyUeWb
lor Co. Diir.-mf Okliihoma- " " L V. : ' r i-;!i
Trlee O. B. Detroit $40.00
Dealer in .T
Bry.-iu .Muishnll Johascn and Clioetimjloitutics
M Next Week
Paul Zallic Presents
if hat Matrimonial
A Ilonlm of Beauty
A tUirload of Special 8ocnr)-
I'HKTTIKST SN.UTIEST SINGING AND DANCING CHOIU'S
And A Group of Gorgeous Gowned Gibson Girls
win noun: owxiiits
A liomi'Stcail without a inortgacu
i u heritage much to bo desired nnd
many of the prifient hoinoi owner
who have a speculative disposition
can thank our prexent constitution
for thnir .frw ftoineii if-Fanji and
nniich. .' '..
Thosp aru ordi of 'soliernebs and.
sense. ' Farm and Ranch stands with'
the homo owning and patriotic farm-
era In behalf of the home the Inner
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Jtlngcnt of sol-dlsant fancrsJ
conccrtt'U utlacK-on me """-.i
of Texas Hon K. I'. HollJ"1!
lOUitor ana proprietor 01 r--:.
I Ranch." should call mass raff"'.
home owners throughout tu
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ous etforU being systematicalI
lagalnst-the home. Cotton
ton Oil News.
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