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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 22 December 1905

a h-J n f 1 K iv FOR SALE 20 aores ol"good emo:th, blaak sandy l,and a fine place for a fruit farnn This land is. well elevated and la, located only one mile fiom the city limits, and our prlcel1 are reasonable. Call and let usehtw you this. 80 aores on Twelve Mile prairie all black sandy land. No rooks or breakB. All layp In a (body and on section line. 00 aoros in cultivation and 20.1n hay meadow Price $26.00 per acre. ,. 1 lot 86x235 feet with a four room frame house, well water, barn, and a good gardon spot, looatod on West Main Street, and thisjs a bargain at $1,000. 1 lot 100x140 feet eaoh with a four room house, good well and barn, on Evergreon stieet and Eighth avenue. Cheap at $550. 2 lota 100x140 feet enoh with a new eight room, frame houae,"modern roof, colonial porohes in front, two back porohes, oity water in house, nice bath tub and - labrato.ry, good big barn, Btorm house, orohard. A nice and as neat a homo as there is in Durant,' and can be. yours for $2,500. . '..-!...

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. — 22 December 1905

13 u 3 I' I- NIFESTO STARTLES n Veritable Uomlxhell U Ilpricd liv the lievolutionarics, SCATHING DOCUMENT UoTernment. Among Othor Acrnxn tlons, Is Charged ttlth Spcni Ing All tho Cash of the Russian Umpire. , Berlin, Dee. 18. Proletarlt organl tatlons of Russia through tho "Invisible government" hurled a bombshell lntn tho camp of the official government by Issuing a manifesto, following tho form of the regular Imperial document, de claring bankruptcy of treasury, order ing proletariat army everywhere to re (uso to pay taxes of any description, to Insist upon payment of wages In gold on silver and withdraw all their depos-' Its from savings banks In gold. The I manifesto Is a terrible Indictment of the manner In which the beaureaucracy ' naa Drought the country to financial ruin, assertmc ttiat the Government has squandered not only the country s Income, but proceeds of foreign loam on railroads, the army and the fl'tl leaving the people without actiooU nr roads, yet It waj declared...

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. — 22 December 1905

J t -n taw- . Dr. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER A bikini; powder of highest class stod highett leavening strenfck. Makes i&e food pttt c, sweeter and more wholesome Tested and Approved by the Government Httist We Want To Move Our Entire Mock of i p t LUMBER It does not Dav us to keeD it. therefore It we are offering bargains to those contem plating building. See us before you buy if you want to SAVE MONEY. 9 S m Rockwell Bros. &t Co a m Durant, Indian Territory. HE m (KMIlRilll M'S STATEHOOD MAGAZINE U t I reditable Publication Appear ing From Territory Press. M )0 m I m so be nd ..' to aid B, the ind jail 11 lder and' jver oyp. ouq the iney rm'a Statehood Magazine" oomes to us from Tulsa, I. ne of tho beat periodicals olass we have seen. It es favorably with the i puuuuuuuiia uiiu uuu- ry muoh of interest to eral reader. It is pub- t tho low pnoe ot bi.uu a ft'n tho Chiiatmas number Agnagazine there is a story, l.,rl nnn fno hnnplntf tho ho Dude's 12-Mile Run." about a tender...

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. — 22 December 1905

a c0 T imeW)t l' t? V f h i Si ' I.- ... i r F F to ft. r ' ' ' U''e Ki - -SIC. &.C I' ,.9, W 1 ''dflff' " i k ( , I , . ' " fr, . . -r i 41 Proclamation n(" General Striko U tho .Sole, Topic., .- . -i . CRI IS IS GHATETOi: f : . Hcep now .('overs the ; rtninf-y . . riiith us, .KlpjfjtnA'. ,u I it .jj-b of luhVcVV)fitYlTO 1'iiip e-juv. ORe'ra Ion. it "5 -., t. St. Peter ' .rg, Dec. si.-''i'he proe'i rrillon of a Eenefa'l strlk'for.JL'ijursdB:. noon rrcatcd he most lnteng':' excite ment. If It nn be auc'ce-sfutly ln-.u-:-urntcd and maintained the revolution aries art confident It will Jr.-ak lite governments' bock. In guVoi iiine'ut cir cles, howover. confidence la expnsspj that the proletariat lenders' cannot ef fect a complete iio up atfll the strike must be of short duration. This hope Mcems based on the theory that the ex treme programme of the Iteds Iiiih alienated the sympathy of a largo pro portion of rca! workmen und also bn what'thiy claim to be absolute knowl edge of th...

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. — 29 December 1905

D 7" , She Patent DURANT, CH0CTAW natiON, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1905 olume XI. Number 52 Wttkfo THE Farmers National Bank F DURANT, INI. TER. Capital - - - $60,000.00 ' 0FFI0ER8: A. C.'RISNER, PRE8IDENT MmmM1 T. J. PERKINS, VICE-PRESIDENT C. H. HARDIN SMITH,.CA8HIER DIRECTORS! - , - A. G.Risner C.H.Colbert ' T, J. PorWns A. H.Yerjniaoa A. P. Blaokwoll D. B. Pugh J. M. Sowell W. D, Koiraoy C.H.Hardin Smith Promptness, Courtesy and Consideration Our Policy. Our Stock Is Owned By Local People. our The Farmers' business given thd same careful attention and oonsiaoration aoooraoa any or customers. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED LARGEST GAS WELL IN THE WORLD BROUGHT IN NEAR RAMONA 'H)HOHQMgHQ4$M04HQHfr4H0 Ramona, I. T., Deo. 27. A gu well was brought in six and one-half miles northeast of' hore Saturday, whiohis said to be one of the largest In the world. When gas was struck the tools were thrown out of the wull and he derrick almost cpmpletely demol ished. The roar of tho well ...

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. — 29 December 1905

y J,-t f v O". , V X . ,n , iff Mar ' ? f ' - ji i h r Sir yN c Y joint Statehood Will Not Come Till Spring Washington, Deo, 22. All but a few of thoao who oarao to WaBh intjfon from Indian Territory and Oklahoma to promote the oauso 'of statohood, and incidentally the aspirations of various offioesoek- fvers, have gone homo, tho last of tthom leaving last afternoon. A number of thom are to roturn im mediately after tho holidays, howi'vor, and it is the intention to have a few on guard until .statohood Bhall have beoomo a reality. The Houso will take up the statehood bill very soon after the roassomblago and the inten tion is toputthomeasuro through that body within two days. Th goneral opinion is that tho bill will bo Bent to the Senate be fore Jan. 10. The ptogreaa will bo alow in tho Senato. In tha body the fight will bo to retain tho omnibuB naturo of tho bill Opinion is that this offort will fail and that statohood will bo giyen only to Oklahoma and Indian T rritory. But it wil...

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. — 29 December 1905

TW i crrH We Want To Move i Our Entire LUMBER It does not pay as to keep it, therefore we are offering bargains to those contem plating building. See us before you buy if you want to SAVE MONEY. Rockwell Bros. 8t Co Duran Indian Territory. mm Notice of Petition for Sale of Rea Estate. I To whom it may concern : f N 'tioo is hereby given that at1 the next term of the United States ' Court to bo held at Durant, Cen tral Diatriot, Indian Ter i'ory, beginning on the 10th day of February A. D.pK'06., I, Dan Chamberlain, administrator of theistate of Punnje Chumborlain eoeaso ', will make application or an order of rourt to sell the urn us allotment of the said 'innio Chamberlain, desoribed ind sot out as follows, to-wit: N-2ofNE-4of SW-4 of See to', T6a, R8 oast, containing 20 kores of land. ,NW-4 of SW-4 of Sec. 36, T5s R8 east, containing 40 acres of and. SEt4 af NW-4 of 8eo. 36, T58, 18 east, containing 40 aoaes of ind. All of said land being looated itho Uhootaw Nation, Central istri...

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. — 29 December 1905

o .jejm8tw 'JWrMfli! rtyt 'u 5; t I '? e .: Id : t.- ii ' . ' :-. Q The, Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Proprietor. Office of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho PostofEco at Durant as Socond Class Mall Matter. Terms of Subscription. webVlt. One Year Six Months Thrco Months..- $1.00 .50 .25 DAILY EDITION. Dally by Mall, One Year- $3.50 Daily by Mail, Six Months 1.85 Dally by Mall Three Months 1 00 Dally Delivered, Por Month-... .40 Subscribers desiring the address oi their papers changed will please gin both the old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., DEC 20 MO' Tho Northwoat Durant peoylr had a nioo and onjoyable Chribt maB tree at tho residence ot John Q. Day on Christmas night, ami all present had a good time, and went away happy. Tho efforts of those who assisted in making tho little folks happy havo th thanks of all. Nine men of Durant have al roady resoluted to quit fighting booze and auoking cigar's wii the ooming in of t...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 29 December 1905

T. L. Cox and wife aro home rvji FOR SALE 20 aores of good, Brao:th, blaik sandy land a fine plaoe for a fruit farm. This land is well elevated and is located only one mile f torn the city limits, and our prioes are reasonable. Call and let us shi w you this. , 80 aores on Twelve Mile prairie all blaok sandy land. Norocks or breaks. All lays in a body and on sootion line. 00 acres in cultivation and 20 in hay meadow. Prioe $25.00 per aore. 1 lot 85x235 feot.wilh-a four room frame house, well water, barn, and a good garden spot, located fan WoBt Main Street, and this is a bargain'at 1,000. 1 lot 100x140 feet eaoh with a four room house, good well and barn, on Evergreen sheet and Eighth avenue, Cheap at $650. 2 lots 100x140 feet enoh with a new eight room frame bouse, modern rqpf, colonial porohea in front, two baok porohes, city water in house, nice bath tub and labratory good big barn, Btorm house, orohard. a nice ana neat a home as there is in Dutant, and ean be yours $2,600. Corns...

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. — 29 December 1905

ISSf? & -,. - ?JWrtfMC,fcr?' 2 ' ' vW 11 I I i -- u. It I't J It.-. ' r The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Fropriotor. Offico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at the Postoffico at Durant as Second Class Mall Mattor. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year .... Six Months rhreo Months S1.00 .DO .25 DAILY EDITION. Dally by Mail, Ono Year $3.60 Daily-by Mail,- Six Months i.85 Dally by Mall Thrco Months 1.00 Daily Delivered, Per Month .40 Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed will please givo both tho old and new addresses. N Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., DEC. 28, 1005 CHRISTMAS CAROL, Ob, harVI a grand sweet, anthem. Adown the ages rings, Sung by tho herald angels Ot Christ, the King of kings; Of Christ, born In a manger, Where wlso men came to lay Their gifts of lorlng homage On that first Christmas Day. Repeat the song ot gladness, Sung at the Savior's birth Good-will to men forover. And peace be on the earth I The song ...

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. — 29 December 1905

" "vjrf. vywp? ft.X?fj&'1 -ll -J'J 1 . I ! 3 1 id V, Biliousness Thai! Rtillow, yelloMook, those terrible head aches, thatdullcd I brain! nil these thlnjni spell bil iousness, whloh Is thedlrcctrcsultof a liver which ails to per-forroltafunc-tions in a natural way. ueioroyou can destroy that bilious condition yaumust Ret your liver in form and nothldff will accomplish this so quickly or so thoroughly as Dr. Caldwell's (Laxative) Syrup Pepsin This remedy is the most valunbt one Obtainable foral) liver and kindred trou bles, possessing properties which drive it directly tq the affected parts. Better than pills, oils, salts and nause ous purgatives which nsRrnvnto 'condi tions and leave the sutlcrer in worse ivndltion than before. . former afflicted ones, now well and strong, pay eloquent tribute to its efficacy and power. Dll.CALDtVELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN ennba obtained in both dollarnnd halt dollar sizes from alt druggists. Your money will bo refunded l it doe3 not benefit you. Your p...

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. — 29 December 1905

S2ZXCZJ3Z. afc- tffiwrr grag'i MiHsaawikitwiisiieMMiirljWtto;t.vft t' If t k k t' 4' 4' - - ,-- . rjiW V i i - ' l-r ' ' ' " "' . ' m 1o ' ftJL '"f wyjA W.XP 'MM MMST ffllUlBlB ) Knadrods of Warkafn Yictisu i n I 'radfRl Fat. NEWK..KCTOIULLAW Trkt:i a vre Take. Cars f, no 3. by lis f'roTlsUak the tyght i of MiflVag Is Conferred on .Nrarlr firertodr St Petersburg, Oct. 17, A, terrlbl? ' holocaust occurred at the Syrln works where 8,000 workmen were suddenly surrounded by cavalry and artillery The latter fired at the building, which wa soon In flame. Hundreds per ished In the conflagration. It Is definitely established that the revolutionist have six out mntlc guns. Governor General Vubaseff has taken ajrVigernirs meaauresVio' discover con cealed arms, holding; owners o.f iounea responsible and. ordering the conflicn, tlon of a llproperty where tjje presence of arm's or bombs Is disclosed. The new electoral law wan gazetted Tueidoy and was accorrpanled by ii 'statement explaining that...

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. — 12 January 1906

; SA She DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRlTpRY, FRIDAY, JANUARY JIOGO dome XIL Number 2 --V THE Farmers National Bank OF DURANT, IND. TER. . $60,000.00 A, C. RI8N 1 nB 3 JSSSSSffs mm y ; OP CERSt .PRESIDENT RKIN8, VICE-PRESIDENT 0. H. HARDIN SMITH, CASHIER ,, DIRECTORS: , Rumor C. H. Colbert! M.J. Perkins A. H. Ferguson ATP. Blaolcwoll D. B. Pugh J.'M. Bowell W D. Kotrsey C.H.Hardin Smith Statehood Bill in Midst of a Very Bad Tangle 4.OC"Q"fr'O&'4fr4i0"&O'09"SQ0"0'Q'lQ' Promptness, Courtesy and Consideration Our Policy. Qur Stock Is Owned By. i BF f uocai reopie. Tne 'Farmers' business given the same .careful attention and consideration aooorded any of, our ouetomorfl. Txmrmc BUSINESS SOLICITED ,Wr 1 YOtfR' a? tag, ' AGAIM SNOWBOUND. . tnweci- em Lino Onso MoreTTledxyp. HI Puso. Jnn. 11. Aftcfi'fieTi two nvB following a IcvS, blocltncle the Rock "Titan wcsfrn 1'p wns sno'Abouiv Wednesday, and nil trnlii nre Meanwhile El Paso nn't nil Arizona towns nnd "fpHpra u with coal ...

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 January 1906

Uf- Fight on Omnibus Grows Alarming Washington, Jan. 8 A,strong movement to defeat the statehood bill when itaomos upin tho house next week dovoiopod Saturday. Tho loador is Representative Baboook of Wisconsin, who claims fifty republicans and every democrat will voto against tho bill. Their plan is to send tho bill back to the committee on territo ries and foroe the committee to report a bill admitting Oklahoma and Indian Torritory togothor, disregarding New Mexico and Arizona. Spoakor Cannon is endeavoring to force tho insurgents into line and voto tho omnibus bill. Chairman Hamilton of the conmi'toe, claims the opposition will not have enough votes and that there will be a safe majority for tho bill. Congressman Murphy arranged with the committee on territories for a hoaring Tuesday. He will submit an argument in support of the Sequoyah bill. It now looks as though tho statehood bill would oome before the house next Wednesday. Washington, Jan. 8. After contemplating a plan to dis...

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 January 1906

i V kinm rw : We Want W&i i IT r nEntire Stock'of iM MBER It : f doesibt? pav us to keeD it. therefore T I we are offdring bargains to those contem plating building. See us before you buy if you want-.to SAVE MOISEY. Rockwell Bros. & Co Duratotify, Indian Territory. IS GS ROGERS REFUSES. Susan Crouch, lain vs. Ilohn Crouch. . , . t Dofenuant. I , j to ib3( Warning Order. ?t tn Ihn TInltnn RfnfAfl Hnnrt. in thi,TnnMnn icrniory, uemrui umuiuii, ui uuriuvv,:. isan Crouch. 1 tA ff. " 1 . . . KXr RU1 T7A(i.. Aiiu uuiuuuom 'uuuwiuuuiii ict wmuoM 1 aSt -W1,iiivr i4 reueriCK xl. bun oaPDoar in tht court, at Durant. inthrAnVin hn hrny n Mn..n A..i,in. . . T .1 Tins'. ' -- m nvdUIC t IUVIII.C Would Not Answer Question! as Whether He Is a Stockholder. Jan. 8. H. II. Honors, , and a director of tho iHsndard Oil company, was a witness Van Vn'f y: .' president 16 appear in thi court, at Durant. int iu.:'j l n. l.i-z . -T.ui-aii" ' plaintiff Susan '(fflT" " I t.h "t " m arm i.ui m upauinir...

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 January 1906

The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Propriotor. Offico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at the Postofdoo at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year ..... Six Months Threo Months.. $1.00 .50 .25 DAILY EDITION. Dally by Mail, Ono Year Daily by Mail, Six Months Dally by Mall Threo Months.. Daily Delivered, Per Month..., $3.50 1.85 1.00 .40 Subscribers desiring tho address ol their papers changed will ploaso give both tho old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., JAN. 12, 1006 WHAT SOCIALISTS WANT. The Oklahoma socialists have fixed up a list of things thoy want the constitution of tho now state to contain. The provisions are exlremoly vaVioil and include : "Initiative and referendum and power of recall. "A compulsory boIiooI law, sohool age 7 to 14 years; state to bear expense where parents are unable to do so. "Free text hooks. "State to have same rights as indivi'lua's except as to being sued. "Rai...

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 January 1906

Jfi The First National Bank of Durant Capital, $100,000.00 & & & & Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 THEY HAVE FAITH IN DURANT Wclls-Fargo Co Leases Home For km. ParlnH n( Flin Yoars. s VliniexnroB8 and railroad oompanU sh -w faith in tho fu ture of a toVn no one else should eel uneftsy'Xbnut the growth and prosperity ofVsuoh tovn and Dui ant is buoW a town;'' , The WellsTFargo ExpwsB com pany, loo!P$fa:nd ' atjlrPpre Dnfri v.v i&l K. Downitic has alosed it deat vi(th RtSJyStovons ! and Fred Ham forSaThome in this city punuu ui uvo VzLi-.1 nl tA years, bo 2h.ee. The ho bo 10x34 feet, ono-Btory and looated be tweert the' ,ens-tiarie nuua- ing ,ana itv meafc market on South "Second ' avenue. World begins on thib slri'-turo at once anoVwill be domplotod Feb. 15. Money to lotan on surplus lands See the Jennings Co., office at Farmers National Bank, Durant, it lb HO-d&wlra Winter is a- dr of delight to those who do ,ve to ohop wood, fodder' tho la or nay the coal bi...

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 January 1906

Ui I V-r JT -Ml- -T -W JsSasfiEPS. I ar dwffvL V 1 - trr s "Uw, Luclndy, Jlst come right In nnd st down I have been n lookln fcr ye, ever tiny since Chrlsmus nnd I wuz a glttln a leetle sorter onensy nbout e not a comln over, fer jer been a coinln o reglar here lately when e miss n day or two and not come. I nllti thinks shorely somethln hns happened to ye at yore house, to pcrvont ye oomln and I reckln If Mnrthy Bostej wue a tollln of the truth, tothor night somethln shorely did happen, though I raly couldn't believe no slch. for I tola Marthy as how I had been a know In of o, fer goln on now 4G year halnt It? und I never hearn toll of such a thing as Jecms Ralnwnter a glttln drunk and you n havln to Bober of hln by a sewln him up In a sheet an i glvln' of him a llckln. Now shnrel to roodnes. Luclndy, no slch a caper ti that want cut by you-rn ' -house on Chrlsmus Bve" I believe no sloh a tnle till I hear ye sa so from yer own lips. Bring yore cheer up closer to the flre, whar yo k...

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 January 1906

You Can't tf You Success It is well built, neat in con struction, simplo, strong and durablo, yot it is the : : : Lightest Draft Sulky Known ml Wt f.i lie; Canton iter is of fcr Family gas And has the samo good rep utation. No stalk; too largo. No stalk too tough for it to out. The cylinder will not ohoko with trash, mud or grass. A sure outtor and a winner wherever it goes. 'WW A BUCK'S STOVE MEANS COMFORT IN THE HOME Judge Townscnd's Decision, Makes no difference with" us. vSVe have money to loan on surptUK lands of intermarried oitizons aijd Indians with the restrictions roV movod. We have an extra gooii proposition to make you Gall and see us. Whale & Cox. ovor First National Bank. 123-2 ty). J. D. CARTER, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Graduate in Ciril Entrfn Fire years experience irf xSa iroad and land surroying. 'i BOX 475, DURAnThI. T. Office over Stevens-Hate BuUduTg?, 7 Give us Your Money WHEN wo dolivor the gvods and we'll give you more groceries than any store in town ...

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. — 12 January 1906

H PROFESSIONAL CARDS ' p H Y s I.C I A N s I Dr. W. L. Kendall PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Calls Promptly Answorod. Office Uitchoy Building. Rcsldonoo Phono No. 40. A DR; J. A. HUriPHREY SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT Glassbs Guarantee') In ovory case. Office, rooms 3 and 4 ovor Cornor Drug dtoro. J. C. TERRELL, M D. PHYSICIAN AND JSURGEON Offico In Nowa Building. OCBco Phono 3, Residence Phone 39. G. H. RUSHING PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Surgory a Specialty. DR. JAB. L. SHULER, Physioian and Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 10 StevenB-Harlo Building. Office phono, 74; Residonoe, 37. DR. J. E. COYLE PHYSICIAN &SURGEON Special Attention Paid to Disoasos of Women and Children. Office ovor Cornor Drug Stovo. Resi dence 901 West Main at, Residence Phone 160. LAWYERS. Harrod &jfLoden ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW Notary In Office; Ollioe: Durant News Building. DENTISTS DR. W. N. JONES The Dentist - Office Ovor C irner Drug Store Office Phone 83 Re3. Phone 57 T. L. WYNNE, The Dentist. u 2B3 Specialty...

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