Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 17, 1921 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SATURDAY MORNING ADVERTISER
COUNTY COURT B
IiAIMJni'KltCKXTAfJKOlM'O.WlC-lCI.AIM I.IVK STOCK IXIRSTHV
TIOXS Sl.Clltr.O. l'llOCHKII-' HACK TO l'ltl-MVAU IIAHIS
lxos koii tiik vi:i:k oivkx wiiii.i: siiiii'inj costs auk
CASK lY CASK ItOCHI.K I'ltCWAU CHAIMiKS
County Couit litis attended to a
larne voltimiif of IiiinIiickx tho past
week jinil r.ipiilly cleared I lio ilock-
ct of a tniKi liiiliihcr of caMM. Of
cases romliiK l(i trial I lien has lii'i.n
a Iiiihi- in'iKMilaiic of conviction"
althoimh iinitn a tiiiinln'i have licii
rontliiiicd tur otic reason ami an-
Thi' News ullrs hclovv the r.ist'rt
dlli(i'cil ol slim1 thusi' ii-ii)ttil III
last week's. l"silc im Itiillni; all mat-
ters up In WViliitvilav oviiiiu;
Know lliumtl IhIiIIiik piohihi-
tluii Law iisinl".-.i'il.
W.ilioi Ilc.illi n I'.in-rt viol.uliii;' rrcan'il r'.N-iimptloii would illicctly
nrohlhltioit law liomli. foiMicd benefit in ndtuei parlors and car-
tied. 1'i'pii'iH l'u.s.i'siiiii nt l.l-rora
.WuttliiK that live stuck Indus-
try 1 li.nl. tn pii-war juiced but
that trail jiiirtatioti rosin operating
cnst.s ami rnts of maU'rials bao not
shown a roirefpondliiK decline the
liiitittiti' (f AiiiciliMli Meat I'ackois
Wednesday fllud a i-iuo t with the
i.illioad- ii' tin' Ci-lim tciiltoiy for
reduction In fxjmit iiif.it rates which
aie iimii' ih. in loo per rent In evcess
of tin; ptL'-'.Mir rail's. It was pointed
out tlia a MlMiil.itcd lorilKii ili'iiiaml
for Aiiierli'.ni pMiducts would lead
f.ivoinhly upon the American pio-
rtilcor of liwj stock and that this lu
ll. no 'Ml d.ivrf in Jail
ih my lioodliu:. niaiiul.u (mini;
Humus ?l'n ! ilavs In J. ul.
ri.il.l.y Tlmiley M'olatliu: piohl-
Mtio'i law Coiiliiiii.il lor twin
V. '1. llllloli iml W I'. Tinner
vlnl illliir piohiliitlon law Continued
V II. Inei violation ptohlliilion
law f2!iii ;:n day.s in Jail
.loliu liohnelt violating juohllii-
tion law Continued for teim.
Jeff Kennedy violating' prohlhi-
tion law $".o ::o daH In Jail.
J. !.. Woinaek point Iuk a gun
Case coiitlnui'd for luini.
Tho packers mil nltentliiti of thu
I'aslein ( iiilfi.s to Jie last rale In-
neasu ti' In iled under ca.se ex-
pane .rM nty-foiir hciiiK made fol
and thai ..
K ran i ed
period of peak prld'
( onespo. illiiK reilllclJoll
i .ties should now be
at tiii: stati:
K C. Tenoll who has a fine dioo
of Din oc-Jersey Mors Is to exhibit at
lli' Oklahoma Slate Pair which com
mences Septembei 21 at Oklahoma
II. S. Conncll violating pioliibl- riiy. He will exhibit his fine boar
tlon law Chho dismissed. . Sensation Oynsy Kinc. in tho senior
Joe Dunlap wife and child aban-
Jim Copeland 'i rases violating
probifiilkm law - lloiul forfi.'ltcd.
A. MoRnbsnb practicing medicine
without licciisu--$IUU and costs.
C. 11. Hodge wifo and child aban-
donment Continued for term.
Maud Harris volatlng prohibition
aw--lluiul forfeiture sot asido up-
on iiu)!iient of costs.
J. K. Jutsoii violating prohibition
law Continued for tuini.
It'll Jay dlscliaigiiig fiiearm in
public highway Discharged.
Walter I'leslon Appeal Case
T. C. Hall violating prohibition
Crip Thompson violating prohibi-
tion law-- Dismissed.
I.ee Daxis Wolatfng prohibition
law- -J. '.ii. :;i) days in jail.
Tom Cobs violating prohibition
law - $2110 lid days In Jail.
Iii'iiny Simpson violating prohibi-
tion law Continued.
.1. K. lliownlng violating prohi-
bition law Continued.
M. Iliivcnc'iur violating prohibi-
tion law Continued.
Allio .Mingo violating prohibition
law- Continued. .
Jessie Hakei vinlaling piohibitiou
Will Watson violiting probibillon
U - Continued.
K. I dailies violating (.uihlbiljon
yeailing class and will also exhibit
four pigs sired by thp world's
champion junior yearling boar in
tho slx-inonths-nld class. Mr. Ter-
rell has hope of taking off a prize.
About six months hence ho Is plan-
ning a big auction sale of fine hogs
which announcement Is attracting
attention among hog men over a wide
SAW (iOI.K CHAMPIONSHIP
Frank II. White who was In Kan-
sas City on business Inst week and
who Is one of the worst of tho local
golf fiends .says that he was In the
city at just the right tlmo to witness
the big game between tho English
and American champions which wns
won by Chick Evans tho American
The baseball unplres too are in
favor of disarmament.
DR. A. L. STOUT
Fimt State Bank Building
Phone 888 Darant Oklk.
NOT MUCH MARKET
FOR SOME PRODUCTS
.Market Commission Advises Dunlap
Thiit swrrt I'otatoi'M anil Pea-
nut Should I'liul Market
I:i i in Agent Dunlap has sp'-iu
coiisldeiable time recently In an el-
lort to find a ptofitable market im
sweet potatoes peanuts ami s
ghum. of which products this coun
ty will inoduce laige quantities. 1!"
sent requests for lufoi ination to M"
State Maiki'llim Commission on S. !
leinber In. and a reply tecelv i
under date of September 12 sets u
Information a- follows:
There Is at pi vent a poor m.
Let for sweet potatoes alt.lioi:
several repllc lo the commission
. eiicil a willingness later on
buy Oklahoma sweet potatoes.
i 'call Ills ate expected to find
le.uly matket by the time they t
pulled and ihio-lied the letter sa
The miii I ei im sorghum Is v
poor for piodmt I'lom this secli
which is c.ni'-ed bv a wide dlffcrei
In giades and which makes it il
fleult for a iIimIoi- to wnuant a P
duct to run tine tn samples Mi
iiiloiuialion li asked by lite c(.
inisslon ret.udint.' sorchutn.
n CLASSIFIED ADS -
MOTOlt: One half-horse Kimball vari-
able speed motor with friction drlv
pulley. In perfect condition. Will pull
any Jobber up to 12x18. Price 176
Durant Weekly News Durant OkU
MACHINERY: One Omaha Stx-columr
folilcr. with Insert board allowing th
folding of either four eight ten oi
twelve iiuvvMMUer pages In good con
llilon I. lit needs a few repairs. lie
al.iced by larger outfit. Just th
1 .... nnnn ...II 1 ..
tinges. ITlce jimii'mj uuiivervii ui
cars at Durant. Durant Weekly New
iisci:ii m;oi s
Coll SAI.i: Oil IlKNT loin room
leni'-e in best p.nt. Iliirgalu with
im- Dr. .1. I. licvnnlds Adv.
'Hit SAI.i: or Hade Did aeics good
ml good locution close to school
' .-. ts oi Impinwmonts Wnte A
M ll.uiipt in. Dur.tnt Oltln. JTwiCi
tlslng spaco and changes In llstlngi
at onco. 37wa3
SUOHTIjY USED Corona typowrltar
with Spanlsh-Amorlcan keyboard.
IlarRnln for quick cash sale. Durant
Weekly News. !t
FOIl SUDDEN llaggago Sorvice
I'honu 64. For Transfer Sorvice
I'hoiii) 300. Clly Transfer Co.
FOM IlENT Modern bedroom with
bath aectlomnn proforred. Phone
037 or call COS N. 4th Ave 36watf
AUTO TO TRADE for farm landa.
Chandler Chummy practically pood
" nftw'and lookTneTv
ers Durant. " .!
CLERKS 18 upwaTnrr-"-"-Sorvice.
Unnccessnrv c . ' CQm
ot examinations wr "!
mer Civil service 'Zh 1
vu..uuiai mug. Wainj
Dr8. Evans x. n
Grider BnfMin. S' ?M
IMU IAI. fir Satmil'. epl IT -
limited number of ' fiv-c'i.'
i hlti.i salad bowls lor 2."c. In I ween
i.lne and twelve a. m. Durant Hook
1 1 : i . i : i 1 1 1 n i : i omimnv v.m-.
iiiciici: i:ati:s m:iti:
Tin. Soiithwe'terii Hell Telonbni
Company has tiled a petition wl'h
the Cmporatioii Commission askln
for higher e.i hange rates In Durant
The case has" been .-ct for hearit g
In Oklahoma Citv on Sentombor 21
The company it is said will undet-
take to show that the local exchange
Is oneratinir at a loss In Durant
owing to present charges and that
the fact of an operating loss pre-
vents obtaining capital for replace
ment and extensions of service.
roll s-'ALi: 2U acie.s I'r.nii" land
J iu'lcs not th. 1 mile .i-t of Ilok-
(iilio: 2 loom house good well new
2n aeies oil Caddo cnek fenced
and ill cllltlvalloii. $13uu. K. O.
Cli-idwell Hokeliito Okla Route 1
Iio in.". 'ITwal
WILL TRADE Cine llavou bottom
fit in ideal for stock raising; for
good prairie farm. R. E. Powers
NEW TELEPHONE dhectory goes
to pi ess soon. Arrange for adver-
Tho only way wo can account for
tho husband that son.o women se-
lect Is because of their love of cheap
Durant Meat Market
Highest Market Price
Paid for Cattle and Hogs
A. W. MASON Prop.
Ill So. Sec. Durant
K3ag)5Tti)lHl!WteJaliiaiaifiWMXWWMt! If gSESSSSSSJgSEEEHEESgEHgEKSS
I How's Your Insurance
How is your insurance? Better check up and see how
you stand. You would miss a fire or tornado loss now
much more than when times were flush. Look it up and
r let us fill your needs.
Johnson Marshall & Pendleton
Durant utional Bank Hldg.
North Second g
WESaSBBKaKSKaSilHHHES K & 'K'tfl''gllis'sr'l't'Wr)l'fFlWlWgLa
Trout and Cat Fish
Friday and Saturday of this week we will have on hand
fresh Trout and Cat Fish. The demand will be big. Get
your order in early.
0. K. MEAT MARKET
li. ii. CLARK l'rop.
We have installed a modern vulcanizing plant and em
ployed an expert to operate it. We are in position to vul
canize your torn or blown out casings at low lost to you.
Durant Tire & Supply Co.
TO LOAN ON BRYAN COUNTY
fje pay you the money the same
VV day ihe abstract is approved.
Come direct to us and get the lowest
living rale of interest and best terms
Office over First Uational $anfc
Frank M. Jones and C. H. Crook
Why live In a rat?
Why bury your dollars or keep them hid?
Why not open u checking account with us aad bo indepea-
dent? Its groat to have n supply of ready cash at luml and
too Willi our pocket check book your balanco U always ac-
FIRST STATE BANK
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WHEN YOU NEED-
Prescription service NOW see us.
We are prepared to give excellent prescription service
the kind that you want when you need your medi-
SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Just ask any man you see. He knows where to get
the best Coco-Colas Limeades Etc. They just nat-
urally come to the CRESCENT.
CRESCENT DRUG COMPANY
217 W. Main Telephone 99
Extra Special Off
ON ALL COMMUNITY SILVERWAHi:
Complete stock of the following attractive designs I
Come in and see the unheard of values in
Knives and Forks
Ice Tea Spoons
Bouillon Spoons etc.
E. G. McKinney Hardware Co.
208 W. Main St
423 West Main
Coffee At 20 Cents
I By selling on a strictly cash basis we can save losses I
I bookkeeping and collecting expenses and can save you I
I money. Here are three extra specials which we challenge I
I anyone to duplicate.
5 pounds Santos Peaberry Coffee $1.00
1 Bushel Porto Rica Yams 90c
1 Gallon Pure Country Sorghum 50c
I GEO. BOSTON & SONS
130 West Main
Huk it Ever occured to You
That some one else is drawing interest on
the money you needlessly spend daily?
Its time to Stop!
Think it over and consider the benefits of
regular and continual saving. The Security ay
makes a saving Account a pleasure. Come in
today and begin to save.
Wo Offer you
The biggest inducement to prepare for your
future financial needs. With National BauK
protection and 4 per cent interest compounded
Security Savings increase daily.
Is spelled With capital letters. Let us tell
4 per cent on Savings
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Evans, E. M. Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 17, 1921, newspaper, September 17, 1921; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc83225/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.