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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

WA WEEKLY JVEW8. V olume IX. DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION1, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, AU0T3T 12, 1004 Number 24 W " DUKiUVT 3 A Pleased Woman ! 8 : m : M 3 T There was a grand old womai W'ho lived iri & shoe, She midfl several biscuits, But none of thorn would .do, , . . Th flour ho had purchased . JWoaW ot mako good bread; Itjpained her iti the stotatoV ' . ' ' As well as 1b the head, ji . t Om day she got a sack of "Luxury" And ajadosomo very fine bread. M 3 And, now she?" ,i As woll as in r a N. B.Ort the old woman T DURANT MILL & ELEVATOR CO. DUjSANT, INDIAN TERRITORY. - ' m lllltHI:BlMliX mmmmmr'''immmmmm VEST PASSEd AWAY. Jot MlswuVian nd '.Former Senator Diss at Sweet) Springe. Sweet Spring. Mo.. Aug-. 10. After hovering between life and death for several weeks State snator George.1 d peace- ally away Tuei en near leath for the aitd the He was dd'eame -with yasr. 'v. m. Sundnr to a state of neyer arous he, end qame i. bis family taon, Alexan- George Q. V, d and Mrs, Vs. Ves...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

! Hump Back - abulia kmuuiun won't make hump bsck straight, neither will It make short lej long, but It feeds soft bone and heals diseased bene and Is among the few genuine means of recovery In ncKeu ana bone consumption. 3tnl for free umDlfc. SCOTT ft BOWNE, ChemttU, 409-41$ Peitl Street, ... New York. jocinapiiooiuiarugguu. THE I TERRITORY AT THE WORLD'S FAIR R mnrkulle Recent Development und Wonderful Resource of tl 6 Future- Great Stato D jrant Weekly News '.K I.I B3T VA fVU IN Ht.UR COrjN "V Lwi8 Paollin, Editor and Proprietor Subscription, $1.00 per year. linicU ut the Potstofflco at Duran I. T., as second class matter. FRtDAY, Auqust 12, 1004. Wo had a short artiolo in the News a few days ago in regard to Durant pulling for the cotton crop. The raorohanta of Durant need this cotton business this fall, and thoy should use every honorable moans to get the cot ton to our town and seo that the farmor gets the market price for it when ho sells. Gentlemen, got a move on yoursolvos,...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

WMCuiiihttii 7 FrTT -- v r . 4 i f y - -v- tj- 1 V , Y Sami hac Itei Jan (Ur. Isel the! 'roe r among! fe the i i KMgyiHKtihtTfciTsra I Imwr a ,i r tvt cl i I AND PLOWS 1 We Will Sell You: Tho 3 inch Rock Island Wagon on rn Tho 2 inoh Stoughton Wagon m en Tho 2 Inch Bain Wagon for Th 3 inoh Bain Wagon lor Tho 2i inoh New Mnline Wt'gon " -ic nn The 3 inoh New Moline Wagon for . . . , , M We have tho Bote d'Arc wheels for the New Moline Wagon at $5.00 added to thu abovo prices. N. E. -If you Durant Hardware! & Implement Co. hlHMBlIIlHlil M Durant Grocery Ccxf See Us Before You Buy See Us Before You Sell The Largest Stock of jf- GROCERIES! In DURANT k Tho lowest prices,5the best assort ment to seleot from, car of Five Roso Flour just received that we aro selling at competitive prices with lower grades. We Can Save You HONEY either in small quantities or job lot;?. Bring us your butter and eggs, fruits and potatoes. We are in tho market for oats and hny. Will pay HIGHEST MAR- ' KET P...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

irvfpvti" r . r i D jrant Weekly News I'lllfl IMl'KH IN BLCH COPW "V Lewis Paulun, Editor and Proprietor Subscription, $1.00 por year. Entered at tho Postofflco at Duran I. T., aa second class matter. Friday, Auqust 12, 1004. Monday morning at Deuitun, Texas, Marvin E. Conley and Misa JFannie Conley, residing four milos southeast of Durant, wero united in marriage. They are ocusins and tho brido ia tho ai'ster of Mrs. VV. S. Shannon of this oHy. The South ioAlo-ter News clinches tho matter in this way': " V town's prosperity depends simply and solely upon the char acter of its citizen". If they bo enterprising, public spirited and progressive, they can make a metropolis on a barren desert. If they lack thoso essontial qual ities of citizenship, and are actu ated solely by selfish motives and disregard of the oommon welfare, they will raise the grass in the streets of the best town in the universe. Major Taylor, playing with the Coalgate team, oame home last nteht and tomorrow will a...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

(: T T r -" . . , ..Vt K Sao i 'all JJO 0 51 4 EDWARD RINES, President. ' A. 0. RISKiR, W, H LAWRENCE, Caahior. Et' Fl IUNE8, V-FrrfMte, CHESTER JOHNSON, Aat. Cahr ' '' ' - li ! 'h ',. National Bank OP DURANT. Capital - - $100,000 Stockholders Liability 200,000 Dividends paid Since organization Courteous and Fair Treatment Guaranteed to All. We Solicit Your Business. filWWWWWWWW R.H. Glenn! Notary Poblio, Office with The Daily News. )cal Doings j Oxidino at Shannons'. 288-tf Ono way to find a woman out is to call when she isn't in. It is impossible to cultivate some men without irrigation. Shannon sella all colio reme dies. 288-dtf Miss Raohel Hoilbron is quito aiok with fever. M. S. Blackburn was in the oity today from Nida. Attorney Ruppoleo of Caddo was in the city yesterday. NoithrJoToe not skill en'tarn the current of a woman's will. Tangle foot fly paper at '0. 1 Shannon's. 251-tf Men love women less than they love to have women love them. Buggy and wagon paints at O. L. Shann...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

r "- y (i ft- I k v lj:arta.:ivv.:8tfw::vv.5 w y uncle 31 j pS& CHAR 6$vi Ctpprtiht, 1 CHARLES CLARK 300. Ay P4BihVB74BJBJBte?tJP'4SHBhSBF SSBBBSBdSjSihSnr jHBBta.SSFnfc.SSr JMSWBFSi fcad many times been soiled willingly la tho most nefarious transactions. A client was to him a victim to be kept n welling, exuapcruieu iu rcgaru to uia grievances by alt possible means, de luded as to his chances of success In quest of justicO, deceived as to its cost tmd robbed in every way kuown to an astute lawyer. lie had been tbo legal adviser of John Nnson for many years, and when that busy merchant came to him on behalf of his son, whp wanted to And position for Albert Page, Frye readi ly promised to give htm employment It was not because he needed him, but because he saw at onco that through conic friendship for this young sprig Ef the low, as bs intuitively considered Albert to be, bo could strengthen his 3iold upon tho father and obtain some accrets that might eventually bo uid to rob hi...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

naijvfeix "''NTT" " -it&"f frjfmL ,-, A :!'" Imt i ii asssWif t' - tSrtf' -' u .--HI f VT?&tfi&iv?474iri?4i??iW : Studebaker I 4 K t 10 FT. ALL STEEL SUL- KY HAY 5' RAKES $20.00 UfeT N Hay Ties, a A. L. SEVERANCE! )WK?XKtKfiXWWXWSXWKPXWXWWWKtXXti? I . &P444VtQ4&tf! FARMERS OPEN FORUM & SHORT TALKS WITH MEN WHO GUIDE THE PLOW !', Conducted by "UNCLE SAM." $ Lettors Intended for tho Farmors Open Sam, care Weekly News, Durant, I. T. FARMERS UNION.. ' , A Rousing Meeting at City Hall And a Union Organized. The Farmers of Durant and ad jacent county met Saturday a- Iternoon at.Citv Hall.' 3 o'clook. 'Jhd afterstoning to a lenghty land. high& appreciated speooh V. T. Wbitlatoh on the nur- 053 ttntftfnefira'of organization among the farmers, setting forth tho encroachment of organized apital upon" the righto and privi leges of Amerioan laborers. We f re then addressed by Samuel ((Uncle Sam) Hampton, who fur- Iter depioted the many benefits ft organized work on t...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 August 1904

ffii .v- y V ..,,.. j y, . --, , liS S" 5-1 y '"I l'.r V:? BOMB WAS THROWS. mm e 5 Southern Trust Compvy G O N E Store 6r Moro 6f rc'rsons' Sustained Injuries as Jtoult. , m s V LtMBlSBADtYTORN,. I 1 I Vurtj Who Is Alleged lo Hoto Done the Deed and Thought Memlicr , , of'MJiqck jcand Society" ,,,-- . Is Itadljr llnrt. iiiWipaid-Up:cJapital t -!.,- fF -- y" jjm,, YAU .' t i '- Two buyers For the 1,000. . DRY GOODS GO. ' mrny' v , .a?jr I J v Acts as Qi!ard!ah,andAdiTiihistrator; Make Bonds J To the Eastern Harkets. New Goods Coming;. '-sll WALKER w Now York, -Aug. ffr-A, , bomb thrown In a crowd of Italians In Kast One .Hun dred uhd flfty-Mrsf street . Injured, a core or morn' persona and led to th arrest of Clncenso' .iSbnettl. who the police believe Is" a member of tlfeJ'rll.i'ck Hand", society, which, for some llmW has terrorized residents oflith. Itnil.n -Offices At : Antlers and t LOOK dUT Atoka, Durant, Tishomingo. r3 f:J& MEET AT WOODLAKE. '.Q.rand Agricultural Convention ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

r- - r'j ; r" O " J4 r -rvTV- i mf "T' y gnya-v vJ e w W"' C4I 11 8sj J IV Volume XL DURANT, CttOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17 1005. Number 7 TOM KML I) $ CIP0 ' ' i .. i v FOR THE INDIANS Allottees in Five Civilized Tribes m to Bo Placod In Undisputed Possession. T8 CANCEL FRAUDULENT LEASES Al Mineral Lands of Indian Res t, ervations Deolared Open and Ready For Development. Rostriotions. "Washington, D. C, Fob. 14. The 8ub-committeo of tho sonato Committee on Indian Affairs has completed tho Indian Appropria tion bill and it will bo submitted to the full sonnto Committee on Indian Affairs. Tho bill as paseod by the Houso f is materially amended by the sub-committoe which inserted a large number of appropriations, many of whioh have boon in for mer Indian bills as reported, but have not passed both houbes. Among them aro tho following: For removal of intruders arid plaoing allottees in Fivo Civilized Tribes in undisputed possession of their allotments $25,000 is...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

W S? r gjjiiiiy WILL PUSH WORK Test Its Value S nnnun'r Liver Purifier is the most vMuabfc teaiedy I ever tried for constipation ' ntul iHsordered ' liver. It tlws its work thoroughly ! but doe not gripe like most renudibs Of its character Icci-, tainly n commend it wherever the, opportunity recurs. , . ' .. M T. Touilitison, Pr.cqtesa ' Oswego, Kan. mm nam Removal! tr F Years the Stand? Statehood -"Would Hasten Indian Affair, So Sayi Secre tary tlitohoooltfe PROMISED GOOD LEGISLATION "W1 Had from tartar deral PRICE QAKINS P3WDZII CO . The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and ropriotor. R.HIMER GLENN, ' Assistant Editor. Offico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at the PostofQco at Durant as Second Glass Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. One Year z. .. Six Months ,-...,-., .. Three Months .r .. DAUjY EOITIOjr, Daily by Mail, Ono oar ., Daily-by Mail, Six Months ... Daily by Mail Three Months Daily Delivered, Per Month $1.00 .50 -.25 S3 DO 1.85...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

,.v I .I 1 7 i 4 .t f Durant Grocery Co. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Largest Sock of Groceries S DURANT. Wo buy flour, potatoes and canned goods in oar lots, and can save you money. ' o will havo in season Rod Rust Proof Seed Oats and Second Crop of Oklahoma and Ten noasoo Triumph Seed Potatoes. Bo suro and plant theso seed. Thoy are tho surest orop, best yioldors and bost 1 coporfl, and soil for morn on tho market. Wo are head quarters for UNION FARMERS and especially nolioit your trade. Wo pay tho highest market price for all kinds of produce. If you havo any thing to' soil bring it to us, wo want to buy it If you need groceries, come and see us, wo want to sell you. Durant Grocery Company J. A. Simmons C. J, Hardagc North Side, East Main Street if m Cr m m ftto& ir vimmtor$mm9 Do Mot Neglect a Cold. Every cold Weakens the Lungs, system loss able to withstand payoff tho way for mora CAN YOU AFFORD TO t s imrEiKriEMaiLiir jm i kf,i v,i :m li P "Jl 1 1 "ai II WA1 ITatoA. W KlislUtf .39...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

Fifty Years i ciua-ji -iu U' V. - " " Made Iron tartar Mm, pniCK baking The Durant Weekly News LEWIS P.A. U L L I N Editor and Proprietor. R.HIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. Office of Publication, North Third Avenue, Durant, I. T. Entered at the Postoffico at Durant as Second Class Mail Matt or. Terms .of Subscription. WEEKLY. One Year Six Months Three Months. 51.00 ,.60 .25 DAILY EDITION. Daily by Mail, Ooo Year ... .. $3 CO Daily by Mail, Six Months 1.85 Daily by Mail Three Months ..... 1 00 Daily Delivered, Per Month.. .40 Subscribers desiring tho address of their papers changed will peaso give both tho old and new addresses. Telephone No 71. DURANT, I. T., FEB. 17, 1905. Durant has no use for side walks All that is needed this month is either stilts, feny boats or skates. Its warm enough to resume that general pull for that canning nioklo and wneon faotorv. No time to be lost, now. With Hitchcook in ohargo of every rent contract, every lease, and tho sale of every foot of land, St...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

Lr sfi ' V f - - f IP i iS ( Trees Trees Trees i ... 1 IlCii Durant Nursery Has Them W. R. COLLINS For Prices Three men at Stigler drank .lemon extract and died tho next day. That twonty-ono year pro- hibition olnuBO will lead many a man to his grave yot. An examiner from Washington is at Muskogeo investigating tho ohorges mado by Clarence B. Douglas againBt Judge Raymond. It is a star chamber affair. Rev. E. T. Higason. ox-pastor of the Baptist churoh at Wilbur ton has filr d suit iigainst Louis Rookett foi 510,000, alleging de famation of character.. Rookett is clork of tho Baptist church at Wiiburton. Tho suit was filed in tho Federal court at South MoAl ester While skating on tho ico at Dixon Duranfs lake yesterday, Cliff Paullin foil against his brother's (Lewis) iron skates and nut a cash to tho bono and two inches long in hia loft leg.? Ho was brought to 'town and sowed up. The wound while soro is not very painful. Card of Thanks. I wish to extend my heartfelt and most sincer...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

HE TRIED TO Dl WEALTH OF INDIAN TERRITORY HOW MUGHIS IAXABLE I Good Reading I s It's Here i ii iiii I in m hi ii ii i w m " i ' m w is Another Big Carload of tho Famous "Mountain Peaif FLOUR Tho Boat on Earth Fino as split silk . Evoryhody likos it Evorybody usos it E. G. Howard L THE GUdCKKYMAX BEST PASSENGER, SERVICE IN TEXAS. "-IMPORTANT 6ATEWAYS-4 E.P.TURNER, UM wwacnpcii nd tickjv oc BALLAS. TCA8. C nberlain's Cough Remedy the Mother's Favorite, le soothing and healing p t ertics of this remedy, its pleas-a- taste and prompt and per n :nt cutcs have made it a favor it ith people everywhere. It is e -ialty prized b m thers of st - children, for colds croup and ping1 cough, as it always af ft quick relief and as it contains tn 'ium or other harmful drug, it K be given as confidently to a b- as to an adult. For sale by 0 i L. Shannon. THAT CANNING FACTORY. In'enstcd Parties Will Meet Tonight at City Hall, e find by investigation that it . 1 require considerable more rr- y to start...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

'J WRKlR)HR!SlllMl8i lARAHitvgisgtK,,!! now mm way SALE NOW IN PROGRESS ujijimittAttgjdUiimrafflinctaim.i;uAuMJvi3m Gigantic Restrictions Being Removed at Rate of Six orSeven Por Day V Qmfiii'Lui::muparaa'iaisa5aiBm57ara"tMHrii,im NEARLY 2,000 APPLICANTS 81 E l M ' 5 jljL M K R i k- .' 9 l ' m i- m $50,000 worth of clothing and ready-to-wear Tailor-made garments for men, women and children to be distributed into the homes of the pe pie at prices lower than the actual cost of the raw material at the M. Q. BOXLEY fErrv'T" v"' &SONI ! nil w ii'.. 1. 11x1, nung WtnaCBSam m.ium jfi DRY-GOODS, CLOTHING STORE ROOM AT CADDO, I. T. Th?n innltifinn thnir ontirii ntook of Shoes. Hata'. Trunk n. Drv Gnnrlfl n.nd thminnnrla nf nflim nrfinlna naualW ni..!n,i : 4i -n -i--ji n Staro. Sale positively op'ons Wednesday, Fobruary 16th, and continuo for only TEN DAYS. Horo nro tho days Wednosdav. Feh. in. Tliiirflrlav i?h i I --, . .w .-j , .. , .., m 21 l'ridayl'eb. n.aaturaay iep. 10, Monday iod. ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 February 1905

tt ip ib 0-1 O 3 rJN kS r V... 14 VISITS THE EAST SID Prcsidont Uoojovclt Attends Itenti'i licati Club Itannuct. GUARDED BY liOLlCI-.. Congressman Mttlzcr, Ono of (JuorJ", Said He Was a Democrat, Inn I'..- dorsed Incentive lit Some of Ills Ac's. New York. Feb. 15. After two darV receptions und dinners In New Yor.t City, President Roosevelt left over the Pennsylvania road for Washington The events of Tuesday Included u re ception at the University club nnj Ut night the event- of ills vIhIi, tlu din ner given by tlio Hungarian Republican club at the testaumnt "Little Hung -ry" oh the Eatrt Side, where a president li never been before. The fact that ilr Roosevelt was to visit places where iv hiB not been alneo-he was governor c New York, and where no other prcsl dent, while In office, has boon. l?rt tu unusual police precautions, but nothlt g untoward happened. 'From the lime the president arrived on the East Side tonight until his de parture the greatest precautious ueie taken for his...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

Cr o Ifeeklfi j Volume XI. DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, IND IAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, APRIL, 14, 1005. Number 15 putmt Seta$ t . TWENTY-THREE PEOPLE GET ! ABOARD THE GOSPEL TRAIN Extraordinary Sermon By Evan gelist Hendriok Creates a Groat Upheaval Among tho Sinners. NEARLY TWO HUNDRED SAVED - Grand Jubilee Services Will Be ; Held Tomorrow Night Will Praise GodvFor the Sav ing of SouIbA From Wednesday's Dally. There was a groat out-pouring of tho Holy spirit in Durant last night at the-Mothodisfc ohurch. It was a meeting whioh has far eolipsod all others and put the people to shouting for glory on high. Suoh an awakening was never before known in this city, or tho Indian Territory. The houBe was packed as usual and Christians never worked more faithful and Rav. Hondriok nev er preaohed a more rousing mon. ;r- Tho singing and music was also grand last night, the choir being exceptionally in fine organized order; Many splendid songs were sung. When Rev. Carter sang "The Gospel Railroad" the a...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

v-t "X f? u 'J s iV.'i"" . V J The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor" and Propriotor. R. HIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. Offico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entored at tho Postoffioo at Durant as Second Olasa Mall Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year Six Months Three Months .... ol.OO .50 .25 DAILY EDITION. Dally by Mail, Ono Year Dally by Mail, Six Months Daily by Mall Throo Months Daily Dellvored, Per Month .. $3.50 1.85 1.00 .40 Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed will ploaso givo both tho old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., APR. 14, 10Q5 PRESIDENT ON STATEHOOD. Speeches Made by Him Cause People to Expect It to Come. Ardoioro, I. T., April 10. Champions of statehood are ju bilant over tho recent statements mado by tho Presidont with ref erence to statehood. Judge Stuart, an enthusiastic advocato of Binglo statehood, who is hero, says ho sees in tho President's utterancos a plan whereby state hood can be...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

d t IN SHADOW OF ALAMO San Antonio Novcr Bcforo Saw Sack a Dcmoi?t ration. PRESIDENT AT FORT. Kerlens Treops at Sam Houston, the Children Sing "America" Whllo i Waring Flags and Kxecu , ttro Makes a Speech. San Antonio, April 8. Never hta I such n patriotic demonstration been witnessed hero aa that which greeted President Roosovolt Friday upon his first visit to San Antonio slnco he or ganized the famous regiment of Rough Riders In Uio spring of 1808. All the principal business thoroughfares were ft nutter of flags and bunting and the president's picture was In evidence ev erywhere. Tho weather was bright and pleasant. Tho city was early astir to prepare Its welcomo for tho presi dent Ho. passed a night of sound. rest In his special train, whero a detail of , pollco was ,on guard duty throughout Thursday night. At 9:30 o'clock a commttteo of citizens called on the president and escorted him to Fort Sam Houston. Despite the early 'horn tho entire route was lined' with peopl. who gave...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

'J 7 w T V ' ' W5 V WJf SS . .U . N till n Fifty Years the Standar..1 v- -VHk BAKING POWftfR Made from pure cream of tartar derived from grapes PRICE BAKING POWDER CO- CHICACO The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Proprietor. B.HIIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. Offico of Publication, North Third Avenue, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postoffico at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. One Year . Six Months Three Months- $1.00 .50 .25 DAILY EDITION. Dailv bv Mail. Ono Year- $3.50 1.85 1.00 .40 Daily by Mail, Six Months Daily by Mall Three Months Daily Delivered, Per Month.... Subscribers desiring tho address of their papers changed will please give both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., APR. 14, 1005 A Chicago scientist claims to have discovered o. method ef re storing dead cats to life. Why? Why? It is not thought that tho can nibals would hesitate to eat a missionary merely because ho was "tainted" a little with "Stan dar...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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