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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 January 1906

s: ' fit J . Volume XII.. DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, Ititit AN, TERRITORY,, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1000 Number 3 Vi . ' ' (J tl C,l I,'1.''! Mill Iterant ., , ' f i .i i .1- -I.. -i ,i - ' , ' .-1 ' ; A 4 '; ' THE Farmers National Bank of durant;ind,ter. ' " , Capital - w -. . $ty,'otfb.ty ... Surplus and Undivided Profits jtoiobq.'ob ii. a A 0. RI6NER,' PRBSIDKNt OP CER8: I ft J, PKRKIN8, VIOE-PRKeiDBNT! . 0. H. PARDIN. SMITH, CASHIER Hi t , fimscroRs T A. C.ttaier O.H Colbert ' ' T. J. Perktaa T. R..Lasd8 i A. P. kokwell D. B. Puck . J.M.Spwell .W D, Krtrwjr 3 H, Hardin Smith ' . ..-i . fl.. r COMMISSIONER HOLDS COURT J. W. Mooneyhan Fails te Give Bond fit, !" Civil Cases SUITIS'FILED FOR $50,000 "VI i Agakfsi MRese-baim at Bantam, Teton,1; wi the' 15th last. Promptness, Courtesy and Consideration Our Policy. Oar Stock Is Owned By Local People. hefrarmers' business attention and consideration customers. YOUR BUSINESS iven the' same; careful Horded i, any of our SOLICITED ; In Judge ElUn...

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. — 19 January 1906

I 1 i J v. & 1 M3KT,?h ') Sr-x &$ -rx ,p i'i J'XJv-- .cv Wnn&moots "Lawsy massy, ef here ain't Stst.-r Ilalnwater Come right In an take a cheer Me an Jim wui Jlst n wonilerin what had becomo of yc. Yo hain't been over In such a spell nut law, the ' short days hit Jlst looks like a bo'v can't do ndthln ccp'n cook n,n eat How nlr ye comln on. Sister Ilalnwater'" asked Martha as she opened the door In response to a loud knock, and dis covered Mrs. Rainwater "Oh, I'm well as common, Mnrthv. all except my Jinta swells turrlble such weather as this, 'but I manage to stap up and git aroun. No, don't Kit mo no cheer, fer I hain't much time to Ret this "mornln, fer I'm out sollcltln. nn I come to see what you uns Is a goln to give tords gtttln Allco Roosevelt n weddln present Ye see her and Nich olas" "Not nary cent; not nary red cent do ye get outer the Boslcy family to git Alice a weddln present," declared Jim emphatically as he took his to bacco from his mouth and almost ex ti...

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. — 19 January 1906

i S We : Want 5 To S Move Our Entire LUMBER jg It docs not pay us to keep it, therefore q we are offering bargains to those contem- 'g plating building. See us before you buy gp if you want to SAVE MONEY. S Rockwell Bros. & Co Durant, Indian Territory. K? Warning Order, In iho United States Court In the Indian Territory, Central District, at Durant: Susan Crouch, ") la ft, ' I TB. No. 684. Equity John Crouch, Dofcndant, J The dofendonl lohn Crouch, is warned to appear in thi court, at Durant, in thirty days to answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Susan Crouch. Witness my official signature and seal this 16th day of December, 1906. seal E. J. Fahnim, Clerk. By W. B. Stone, Deputy. T. M. Hinsley, attorney for plaintiff. J. Q. A. Harrod, attorney for non resident defendent. First publication, Dec. 22, 1905. Warning Order. In tho United States Court in tho Indian Torritory, Central District at Durant: Hettie A. Myers "j Plaintiff I vb ) Ho 577. Equity A. C. Myers, f efenoant, I Th...

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. — 19 January 1906

(.? fl MPTO-N'Sl TREMENDOUS CLEARANCE SALE And its land slide of bargains is proving beyond doubt to be the greatest and most phenominal value giving event and bargain opportunity ever inaugurated in this country. It is a veritable cloudburst of bargains. The armies of eager purchasers that are thronging our store in this sale are showing their appreciation by making more than liberal purchases. This fact proves that our store is truly the bargain spot of the city. Prices talk louder than words. These offerings fairly shout. The big sale goes on. Come on, don't miss it. , s P t K C r Pants Pants 500 pairs of pants must bo closed out Mens $2.50 pants, blaok oassimoro $1,95 All of our $2.50 oassimoro pants sold everywheie for S2 50, in this sale $1.85 $3.50 fine worsted, top and side pook- ets . $3.85 Boys and youths pants reduoed in the same way. 100 pairs of knee pants, sell regular for 75o, S1.00 and $1.35. All go in this sale for only 5oc Overcoats Men's $2.50 Overcoat.,.. .. .......

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. — 19 January 1906

f,0J wfPfPjFKr , The First National Bank of Durant r Capital, $100,000.00 , lf . Surplus and Profits, $35,000.00 DIRECTORS D. Morgan, W. j. Gower ' 1, T. F. Memmlnger, A. N. Lecraft Edward Rlnei, E. F. Rises ' The Straight Facts If you are as careful inthejbuy ing aa we are in the Belling this is the grocery store you want to trado with. "We want customers ho want all- they cafe possibly get for the taoney. We want customers who want good goods at "squaro deal" figures. This grocery store totos fair with its patrond that's why we ato Bell ing so many goods to bo many poople. There's no doubting about getting your money's worth here. Juat one bill Will prove our assertions to be tuo. Alien & Harrison Brothers. Phone 116 Hampton's Clearanco Sale oponod last Saturday with a rush. Notwithstanding tho ad verse weathor conditions, eager buyers thronged tno store an a ay long. wit TOM HUNKICUTT IS HELD. Under $1000 Bond Charged With Disposing of Mortgaged Property. . Saturdoy at Sherma...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 January 1906

; X44r4t44?4?&4r4ftBrifr4fr4Kft3IE To The Wo nro aftor you with a loriff pole on tho ond of which aro bargains and vnluos unmatchablo. Wo havo just rccoived our fall Hno of Dry Gods, Clothing, Boota, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Eto., ovorything inwoaring apparel for mon, woraon, ohildron and babies. This storo was novor so chock full bof ore all now and upto dato. Wo bought early and bought cheap and we aro Boiling thom tho same way. Wo want your trade wo will not be undorsold. Como and let us show you and prico you. Townsend & Company Durant, Ind. Ter. jljr 01 IVCnlJ. Vcll'sSyrup rcptn,useu as directed will give you i ni -mediate ro Heffroratho inexpressi ble tortures occasioned by consti pation, and Mftits attend ""nut ills- Continue the uso of this wonderful remedy for a time. It will soon set your system right, when nn.occaslonal dose of it will keep your Internal organism in the very pink of condition. Wall inside, you're well all over. Dr. Caldwell's Laxative) Syrup Pe...

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. — 19 January 1906

i It is a wise farmer that has made up his mind to buy a Success Sulky with its large 15 inch mold board, case hardened. Gives long life and will turn any black land. You can use either 14 inch or 16 inch shear, turn the ground all over, leaves no streaks for weeds. By taking out three bolts you can, change the; Suc cess bottom to a middle breaker bot tom and have a good sulky middle 'breaker ., OUR HIGH WHEEL Canton Stalk Cutter Cuts the stalks n inches long and never fails to cut I NOVEMBER, 1905, TERM OF UNITED STATES COURT, AT DURANT, Notice is heraby givon that Administrators, Executors and GuardianB have filed their acoounts in settlement in each of the following named estates, viz: No. 10. R. L. Williams, administrator. A. P. Mastin. ' 39. " 48. " 49. " 51. " 54. " 55. 57. 67. 71. " 79. " 81. " 124. " 162. " 171. " 172. " 194. 204. " 209. " 210. Lizabothan Fuller, Jas R MoKinney, Sam Dyer1, Dan Chamberlain, Wm H Cummings, Wm H Cummings, E G Bledsoe, A J Fuller, Fonton Kemp, L...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 January 1906

l8fJ"V. !!' A JfW H C.MM.'-'VI1 ,'. J. if t ' rr t PROFESSIONAL CARDS p H YS I CI A N S Dr. W. L. Kendall PHYSICIAN & BURGEON Galls Promptly Answered, Office Ritchoy Building. Residence Phono No. 40. DR. J. A. HUHPHREY SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSrand THROAT GLAJ39B3 QOA.RANTBBD in orery caso, Office; rooms 3 and 4 OTer Corner Drug Store, i J. C.;TERRELL, 1YI D. PHYSICIAN AND "SURGEON Offioef n Newa Building. Oglee Phose 3, Rootdcaco Phone 39. vO. rt. RUSH1NQ .PHY3K3IAN & SURGEON J 8urgery a Specialty, DR. JAB. L.jSHULER, PhyaioiSrfrd Shirgeon. Rooma 15 and 16 Stevons-Harle Building.S Office phono, 74; Rosidenoe, 37. DR. J. E. COY LB PHYSICIAN &SURGEON Special Attention Paid to Diseases of Women and Children. Office ovor Corner Drug Stove. Resi dence 901 West Main 8$, Residence Phono 160. LAWYERS. Hat-rod ccJLoden ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW Notary In Office; Office: Durant Newa Building. DENTISTS DR. W. N. JONES The Dentist Offioe Ovor Corner Drug Store Office Phone 85 Res. Phono...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 February 1906

(F'jr r wvW $ Pttf Ettt "unft XIL DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY,' FRlbAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900 Number 5 Weekln jfetog ITS THE Farmers National Bank OF DURANT, IND. TER. . Capital - $60,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 10,000.00 i ' ' OF CERS: A. C. RI8NER, PRESIDENT T. J. PERKINS, VICE-PRESIDENT C. H. HARDIN SMITH, CA8HIER DIRECTORS : j. A. 0. Risnor 0. H. Colbort H T. J. Porldns T. R. Landora A. P. Blaokwoll D. B. Pugh J. M. Sowell W D. Keirsoy C.H.Hardin Smith Promptness, Courtesy and Consideration Our Policy. Our Stock Is Owned By Local People. BANK ROBBERS ' AGAIN BOB UP This Time They Do a Slick Job at Tallhlna, I. T. WATCHING HUNTERS Hunting Laws Will Bo Rigidly forced at Antlers: En- Tnlihina, I. T , Jan. 29. -Tho First National Bank at this plaoo was burglarized at 2 o'clock this I morning. The safe was blown land tho contonts- taken exoopt about $700, whioh was evidently overlooked. The robbers shot twice at a man who waB attempting to give The Farmers' businessE...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 February 1906

AMJH'fhVCttiml. pr i&fc? 17M&M00TS "Well now, I'll Jlat be dum swlzzled ef here atnt Brother Jlnklns and Jim Bosley. Come In, fellers, I shore am tickled to see you-uns. fer mebbjr the ole woman will elve us a aquar meal. Hit Jlat looks like a feller never glU much to eat, cep'n when compuy comes, Luclndy, she's J 1st bo busy all the tlma a totfn pertltlons of all sorts around the neighborhood to git em aimed by them what alius signs ever pertltlon they sees, aud she halnt no time to look arter the wants of her husband. I reckon ye have seed and heerd tell of women nfore. whnt Mur. a! I in so busy n tending to other folk's business they halnt no time to tend to their own, halnt ye?" said Mr. Rainwater, jocu larly, as he opened the door In re sponse to a loud knock and discovered hts two neighbors standing on the porch. "Well, npw Brother Rainwater, ye alnt KOln to git me and Brother Bos ley to gree with ye about Sister Rain water not takln time to cook any vlt tles, fer we h...

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. — 2 February 1906

jrfyjfr' ran v a ich . fo arl aTi su Vlu lio iVC The Cm et t iown its rl Jtrei : We : Want 5 To S Move Our Entire Mock of i I LU MBER I. k I It does not pay us to keep it, therefore 9 we are offering bargains to those contem- k plating building. See us before you buy m I if you want to SAVE MONEY. S Rockwell M Durant, Indian Territory. Warning Order. Is. the United States Court in tho Indian Territory, Central uistnci, at uuranis Susan Orouoh, ja ii, vs. I No. 584. Equity rTtn PmiiiaIi UUUU UtUUVU. ueienaam. Tho def ondont lohn Crouch, ia warned lo appear in tni cours, as uurant, in Ihirty days to answer the complaint oi Inepiaintm, ousan, uruuou. Witness my official signature and seal his 16th day ot December, 1905. SEAL I JS. J. r'Awnin, v,ioi. By W. B, Stone, Deputy. T. M. Hinsley, attorney lor plaintiff. J. Q. A. Harrod, attorney for non- esldent doienaent. ' First publication, Dec. 22, 1905. Warning Order. . tx.. TTnltarl RfntAit Pnurt in the Indian f Territory, Uontrai Distric...

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. — 2 February 1906

Fifty Yoarm tho Stmndmrd H CREAM RAKIM6 Dk MuBkogoe h8 a BOap factory that already has forty thousand poundB to sell. Thoy should keep it foi' homo consumption. They will need it when Republic an linon up thero has an airing. Cotton is still on tho deolino. The boars must have found out that thoro is still a littlo cotton in Bluo county not picked and are using it as a lover to forco prioes down As Artomus Ward would say, "This is sarcasm. " POWDER A Gream of Tartar Powder Made From Grapem No Alum The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Proprietor. Office ol Publication, North Third Avenue, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postofiico at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. George Border.'a farmer living near Oklahoma City, tried as an experiment last year the planting and raising of a small acreage in oastor boons. He deolareo it paid him better, according to the labor expended and ground used, than any othor orop. Many neighboring farmers tried tho...

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. — 2 February 1906

The First National Bank of Durant DIRECTORS D. Morgan, W. C. Gopxrer T. F. Mcinmlngcr, A. N. Lcecrnft Edward Klne, E. F. RlncS Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 &UNUIINdV ,T mkfy j&: Jfr Mary WnnMmoots "Hello thar, Sister Rainwater. No. don't bother to git me no cheer, m feet la too muddy to como In any how and I Jlst dropped by to bpo what Brother Halnwater la u doln, and to so If you'utisi ban heered anything frm Safrony. Starthy. she'n awful cut v about Safrony a runnln off and gltt'-i married agin when she nwore up nr down arte Jereniler run off and le" her si n-ver lowd to look on the fa" of mtn -i?ln mvl she lowd an how nr mortal man qould ever pcrsUado hnr to venter Into rrtattrVr.iony. not even E Ciicn nor Jefr McElmore," nald .T1m 'Jo'Iey, an be stood In Mra. Rainwater' 'oorwny. "Law, Jim. ye might as well rone . and set down. Kit Is Jll as chenn - -t 'o'vn n- hit H-to ptin-1 up. ar ' fer vr fet. Jeerr.s never cleann 1V ff hr romes !n a (ozen time...

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. — 2 February 1906

xgx To The Farmers Wo arc &ftor you with a lomr polo on the end. of which aro bargains and values unmatohablo. Wo havo just received our fall lino of Dry Gods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Etc., everything invroaring apparel for mon, womon, children and babios. This store was novor so chock full before all now and up-to-date. Wo bought early and bought cheap and we are soiling thom tho samo way. Wo want your trade. We will not be undersold Come and let us show you and price you. Townsend & Company Durant, Ind. Ter. B KIDNEY TAKEN OUT. Ttny Stone Removed and '-- "- an Re placed In Cody. New York. Jan. 2V An oprr"'on with nn unUHunl fenture hns I n per formed yesterday nt Roosevelt hospital. A patient hnd been suffering for seme time with a stone In the kidney. Tho exact location of obstructions of this ort Is sometimes determined by th X-ray before the etherization of the patient. The surgeon In churge of the ease decided to find the stone, which was very smal...

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. — 2 February 1906

THE QUICKEST AND Most Direct Route To Prosperity SAFEST, HOST RELIABLE, ROCK BALLAST, BROAD GAUGE NO OPEN SWITCHES, NO BOXES, NO One Price The Right Price To Al! Make regular stops to take on good up-to-date farmers. ticket Office, 128-129 North 3rd Ave. )iid0ilipterri0nt. &yiwl "J Midshipman Mann was acquitted of hazing charges and restored to naval duties. Home of Mormon missionaries at Cour's Island, N. C was set on fire and burned. "With bruises on fare and body 'Will iam nosers of Horhester, N. Y.. died at Guthrie. Mayor McCarty of Richmond, Vc( called a newspaper man a liar and was fined 120 A boy named Charles , Barton was bitten three times by a mad ,dosr at Decatur, Tex. Peyton Harnvell, a. Mexican and civil war veteran, eighty-one years old, died at Terrell, Tex. ,'olonel W, D. Mann, owner of Town Topics, was arrested at New York on charge of perjury. Charles Wledeck, a cripple, was given at Chicago a life sentence for assault on Miss Esther Llndahl. POLL TAX SENSATION...

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. — 2 February 1906

m- 'f I f ! I l' ( ! i JOHN DEBRE AGENCY Ranger ; Good Enough SULKY Best Two Sulky I A. L. Severance Hdw. Co. CLEVELAND GREETED. x-President Guest ol the New York State Legislature. Albany, Jnn. 31. Graver Clcveluml former president of llu' bulled States, and former governor of the state nl New York, who Ih In Alli.mv ullli Mi Cleveland to nltriut and mldte tw centennial meeting of the Sluto Mi. I leal society, was mi honored pui Tn- . day of the state legislature, bnili houses meetlnR In Joint session In I ussembli chi'inher to leeelvo lilm The nsscmhly cliauitiot unlli'ite in ' lobbies weio oroVdod Mi C evel hi Mfis escorted to the clmh end U. briefly He said "It Is npv-r. H n. twenty yen in since 1 uiim hiI.-1. n your midst nml It Is uflli t t -nut reflections that 1 look I u U to i:im days 1 onee know the N,w V. ik l.v Islnture. but time has roncM changes, and I now find n-voelt n Into faces -ilmnst cull- (l Xv Al thouRh I now owe nllfi hm.-K I . n , state, I am still decpi inii...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 9 February 1906

", Tre""""" 5 sr'"7T7', ""fl T" (4 u ibe Wttkln 4 4 iivroe ,fcll DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, INWAN TEKRJOh v , FRIDAY. FEBRUARY, i 10C0 Number 5 fflw&tttt Seto3 THE Farmers National Bank ; OF DURANT, IND. TER. Capital - $60,000.00 1 Surplus and Undivided Profits 10,000.00 OP OERS: A. 0RI8NKR, PRESIDENT T. J. PERKINS, VICE-PRESIDENT 0. H. HARDIN SMITH, CASHIER DIRECTORS: A. C. Risnor ' C. H. Colbert T. J. Perkins T. R. Landers A. P. Blaokwoll D. B. Pugh J. M. Sowoll W D, Koirsey C.H.Hardin Smith PLANT LOTS OF POTATOES OTIGA AnTI ,IS ' OF INTEREST t Is tho Advico of Industrial Agt. Peeler A Budget of the Comingsjand Goings Promptness, Courtesy- and Consideration Our Policy. Our Stock Is Ownedj.By Local People. ; of the M. K. & T. Railway. of the People. Tho Formers' business given tho samo careful attention and consideration acoordod any of our oustomers. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED A FIRE ON ARKANSAS Four Room House Parity Burns No Insurance $400 Loss. The oity waB aroused last night...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 9 February 1906

!( w aicr;x.atrLri--f J. w in. I'V i pj Sk. w" I''" FJ The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLI Editor and Proprietor. N OHico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postoffico at Durant Second Olass Mall Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year . Six Months Threw Months.. $1.00 .CO .25 DA1LT EDITION. Dally by Mall, Ono Year $3.50 Dally by Mall, Six Months . 1.85 Dally by Mall Throe Months 1 00 Dally Delivered, Per Month.. 40 Subscribers desiring: the address of thoir papers changed 'will please glvo both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., FEB. 2, 1006 ONLY A GASOLINE ENGINE. The News has bad a groat deal of trouble with its gasoline on gino. It has caused us to bo late with tho paper and to fail to do livorjob work when promised. It has oau8ed us to woll,- havo evil thoughts and to look upon tho dark sido of life. Our friend Beddo, from Dallas, has come to our rosoue and we expect in a few days to have everything running accordin...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 9 February 1906

;3"" ; n-f ijStfim ?' K "flfi DURANT and BLUE COUNTY Rich in Opportunities for the Homeseeker and In vestor, Fruit and Vegetable Grower, Grain and 5tock Raiser, Farmers and Business Men. Ideal Homes, Salubrious Climate, Good Water in Abundance, Splendid Roads and Markets, Taxation Light, Government the Best, Excellant Schools, Splendid Churches, Sociable People-and You are Welconie. 1 Durant City l Durant Is tho metropolis and pride of tho Choctaw Notion a busy, hus tling, bustling city of 7,000 people alt white. Purant has never played th'i part of tbt provorMul fcourd, but Is modorately, constantly, earnestly and firmly building horsolf Into a city. Doing situated directly In the center of a great, county, surrounded b tho finest lands In tho South, Durant has every advantago of grow ing bigger and better, healthier nnd wealthier as timet goes on. Durant stands unique among Its sister cities, and Blue County, an em pire In Itself, proud of their history, Independent through their ...

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. — 9 February 1906

1 .' The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Proprietor. Office of Publication, North Third Avenuo, Durant, I. T, Entered at tho Postofflco at Durant us Second Olass Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription, WEEKLY, One Year Rlx MonthH.. Throo Months. $1.00 .60 .25 DAILY EDITION. Daily 'by Mail, Ono Year Daily- ty Mail, Six Months Pally by Mail Three Months .. .. Dally Dollvorcd, Per Morth .. $3 50 1.85 100 .40 Subscribers desiring tho address of their papers changed will please glvo both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. : DURANT, I. T., FEB. 9, 1900 ' PLANT SPUDS. The Nowh today publishes a lotler from T. L. Peelor, tho In dustrial agent of the M., K. & T., in regard to raising potatoes. Whilo lust year tho orop was a partiul failure, and the prid was a total failure, that should not discourage our potato growers any mo o than the partial failure of tho corn or cotton crop. Potatoes should be grown as a staple crop. Any man by using a little forethought and watohi...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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