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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 7 January 1916

FlttDAY, JANUARY 7, 1O10. THE DURA NT WBBlfliY NEWB PAGE FIOTB Wff HMii'irn Mm Droes Ir 10c, 12 IBargain Ta- yard 7 Outings Reduced Thlrty-flvo Styles Llight and Dark and Solid colors In regular 10c Out ings on big special tables, for the Clearance Salo, per yard 7 Mens Hcnw Gray Ribbed Coat Sweaters, tha regular $1.00 and $1.20 grades, in tho Clear ance Salo marked choico for only, por garment 88 Boys Suite Vory Cheap Ono lot Boys Casslmero Suits, sizes 6 to 9, up to $2.50 values; Salo Prlco each .., $1.45 Ono Iot Children $1.00. Olnghams and Galatea School Dresses, sizes C to 14; Clearanco Salo Spccal G3 '' fains in Winter Merchandise! Thousands and Thousands of Dollars ur Great Sales Tables and Bargain Counters in This Sale Opens Saturday, Jan. KSKlSKSBKZTCKlHXXXa na 'bss 8th rentory has revealed its of this great store the,, next few days in inner s big Salo will ho no exception Thousands yards of winter picco goods, thousands of idy-to-Wear Garments for Misses and Wo. 1 Mens an...

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. — 7 January 1916

the! 'Wra'' WisiKiStf Ntiwtf ! ' PAGE SEC FRlDAlsrJANUAinf '.W, A0; t "f' ' ?.' '? I v PaJl '.J" W8J IfM iniiK'DJII II I WIH"gWTTf- ' mi iMnaUt&tiwUito giZ yyyy j"t HimaBfBiXStt i.TMSS .. . -n njSw ;oemergT3; JV!EMMM!K ' "' if wwwiiiii n jak l ana. wiaimii-17 ;,. i --,', vr(iii(LXSU MM MMMMmaiMMIMMMHMma IMl'ru'7lytiM2l'rtfl ilAiilj'.iwiitiMwfcrtJaWMIHIMWWWrtMi m vtTfl ,rwyrf-i j.' -. I i' ,7 l - IU6 ! r. i . IS HERE iMi-i'-i . r ? Start The New Year Right And Keep It Right By establishing a banking connection with this institution. Backed by ample resources end managed by courteous and capable officers this bank is able to render yoo thorough servive in every department of banking. State National Bank j (. f$E. C. MILLION, Pres. ..'GREEN THOMPSON, Vico Pres. n !. GEGJ. H. HARRIS, Caghlor J. F. GREGORY, Asst. nsh. X.jt -L another Mccurtain m county killing m ' ftghat McCurtain county Is long on kyjjngs Is indicated by tho followinc from the Idabel Democrat-Herald: SAnother killin...

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. — 7 January 1916

FRIDAY JANVAHV 7, 1010, ! III WKWflTI 7??ff THE jMrtaannte" DUBANX WEEKLY NEWS 5JS3HCT5Efc TAGE SEVEN i WSQAIi ADVEIUriSEMENTS f J 3 J,t $ & S3 S .VhVMMM'W' 1b insertion pod 2-(J 19 i6. Gth insertion Jan. 2'l, lOlfiT. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE t OFfAND'' : j ... .,... .k. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS J V ". a. ! Eastfbf tho Indan',Ba,9o and Mo-l Vidian, lying In iliryan County, Okkhdina: , j NocojaWl-bflYofltuirinW ' K Ifcuanco of nil oder"6f vsald IsbW oat tf lift' District CoQrt'br Bryan OOUn tk Oklahoma, on, tho lBth day of Do .tmibor, A. D. 1015, in arfactlon :horoln the Nothorn Assurance l : ompany of MichlgatUs plalimf f, and William E. Folsom, Wllllo EJplaom, ,tod tho Caddo Rational Bank, of fladdo, Oklahoma? afybrporation, aro defendants, directed to u), tno un- SorBlgnod Sheriff of3ryanCounty, klahoma, comintSfrdlng mo to lovy pon, appralso and Boll tho following WloscrJciLpropeiy, to-wlt: - ' T)taB. of rE; andSUho .I NE t NWbt NfijA ofiScg- tion 24, Township 5 south, ". Rango 1...

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. — 7 January 1916

Mere EIGHT . ipj;TtviiiiuMiiiiwiuuwai'MOLiiiii'!i'iti'iiwijiiiMiiw.i;.'iii.'j.aii I BUILDING 2rnwlfc Bennett Lola Contract For n ntWSfary Modern Structure oii Anton tl Arentio Between Main ami Krcrgrccii Streets. Ktarant Is to havo another now bus JSicsb iulldlng,' two stories and mod nu Frank Bennett this week let a woEtrart to an Atoka contractor for fifeo etTaa ot a two-story brick aratt sttatf building on his lot on Sec- arasitTOnno", botweon Main and Ever xxwa streets, just north of tho alley. fins rro tho lot on which tho old ono otfsr sneeMron shack stood for so Jararay years. Tim building wilt bo modern In wrwy TCKpcct, tho dow'nstalrs being wtrc Sua- a store room, and tho up sAffm fitted with eight or nine of. fives. The building will be wired for s7w4r!tity and piped for gas, and ov my office will havo running water oa .handsome fixtures. Wfarfc on the building will start by BtwtoxOi of this month and will bo SmatecT to completion. This is prom & to bo oho of tho best ...

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 January 1916

Durant Weekly News u. OFFICIAL PAPBIt 01? B.HYAN COUNTY DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1010. NUMBER TWO VOLUME XX. u T, f t '.v i BOYS AR FOR GLU mm . . HOHit irB 1V1U-- County Fnnn Agent to Organize- Direct Clubs for Cotton, Com, Ir, Peanuts, and Pigs. Adult Will Also Have Clubs. County Farm, Agent Fash Is busy now organizing tho Boys Demonstra tion Clubs for tho comjng year, and says that by tho last of this month tho lists should bo completed. Tho boys are expressing eagerness for tho work, and thoro will probably bo dou Ulo tho club membership of last year. Under tho rules of tho Department, thero must bo at least ten boys In each club, although as many boys as wish may Join. Each boy must agreo to farm at loast ono ncro of ground under the full direction of tho agent. Flvo clubs will bo organized this year, ono' each for demonstrating on corn, kaflr, cotton, pigs, and peanuts. Endi boy may join all five clubs if ho doslros to do so. Tho service the farm agent ren ders th...

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. — 14 January 1916

i a HMmt'i ).0.il.pwnHWr r, rACE TWO TIIIS DURAKT WI3RKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1010. - A t "nMkJtA.Aw. SE STKE PA8KNG OK "UNCLE 4IMA1IE" NOLHX ' rr.(. Tmmte" Nolen Is dead. Tr,tli, ,i tw to relieve- the sufferings r ' o'i mnn Mnndny afternoon, jwr V'i" d:iy hli remains were iu nu 'i'd a Highland cemetery. Sine ' 'at sickness, with which he a itrfrftu several weeks' ago, he had county charge. As far as is i, be had no kinsmen living, nor Mi (rare any earthly possession. jfraniie," as bo was known to evoryotke in town, was ftrobo- Mr ke tty's most picturesque cha- r- Attending rigidly to his own molesting none, nor even, Ltmg to those whom he met on 5irwr, he always had a kind word tsj ffcasant snide for all who took f him. Hough and uncouth appearance, his frail and agvd leaned a heart an big as n tub. I friar broad mtnd. hidden beneath a head, cherished memories of ays, education and reffnr To thosn few who knew aim le sometimes opened his heart ' talked of things beyond the gra...

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 January 1916

FRIDAY, J NtARY 14, 1010. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS PAGE TIin.B P ? : i V fl A ' ft .' Wj In Men and Boys Suits and Overcoats, Pants, Shirts, Mackinaws. Sale Now On tffere your eluuico, Men right,, hoiv when good clothing la lumT to ot, vre nie oiTei'iujc you, in-order trt clean' up brokuu'doi, Mer chandise you iifivoivHHU' before nt tho prlnu. Come AND GET FIRST GHOSC Here's Prices that will meve Broken Lots MENS SUITS Broken lots Men' Suits, valuo 115.00, at $G.75 Broken lota Men's Suits, values to $18 $9,75 Styleplus Clothes Always Broken Lots Mens Overcoats Broken lots Men's Overcoats, values $12. GO and $15.00 . Broken lots Men's Overcoats, values up to $1800 Styleplus Clothing, always .' BROKEN LOTS MEN'S PANTS $3.00 Pants $4.00 Pants $5jQ0 rants $fe!oV Pants $2.25 $2.95 $3.85 $4.75 $0.50 Panto $5.00 $7.00 PantH x--.-. $5.75 Kendall's Pants always $3.50 Broken Lots Mens Shirts , Broken lot Men's Shirts, $1.00 end $1.25 grade . . 655 Broken lot Mon's Shirts, $1.50 and $2.00 grade ...

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. — 14 January 1916

F srt- f PAGE FOUH t. I I i it P THE DUIIANT WEEKLY NEWS FIUDAY, JANUARY 14, 1010. 'ii illim Mi llll 'I I 11 del ne mo Durante Greatest Store THIS SALE MAKES MERCHANDISE I 15c HOSE ed EVER before in Durant has of Sale you have been us of merchandise in the country. absolute predominence of stocks must be reduced and we wi such R,J? ( ON a TREMENDOUS SALE b vlBI IlSaC 9L& B il 9 &Z II lEtiTfflllflfl IB. i tfa I look in our windows a visi STATEMENTS and REAL S. 1 EST take no consideration of the cost in or pjy'WfflsamjJHUH i&i JK s&ik Hanan Shoes at Reduced Prices Shoe 2 Dep't Exceptional Bargains in This Entire Department $6.50 shoes, sale price . . $4.93 5.00 shoes, sale price . . 3.65 4.50 shoes, sale price . . 3.25 , 4.00 shoes, sale price . , 2.75 3.50 shoes, sale price . . 2.55 3.00 shoes, sale price , . 2.15 2.50 shoes, sale price , . 1.85 2.00 shoes, sale price , , 1.68 1.75 shoes, sale price . , 1.43 1.50 shoes, sale price , . 1.15 1.25 shoes, sale price , , ....

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. — 14 January 1916

THE DTJItANT WEEKLY NEWS PAGE P1VH WW " 'I ill 'ht" ''! w 1 ' ' I "I1 "IN m T ode Durant's Greatest Store FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1310. V ' (-)! I I I. I I I II I I mrHAl IvL 4 MCES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU ' 1 d m attempted. This is not the cut and dried Stereotyped Class imate business-like reduction of prices on THE BEST CLASS our store and you will note the different atmosphere. in Clothing, Hats, Furnishings and Shoes. Our enormous to clear our racks and shelves. The SINGS NECKTIES c 25 and 50c Values . w n Fine vercoai B5EKEXBS Clothes fjlng menAmerica's best Ready-to-Wear g every single Blue Serge and Worsted. - qm, sale price . , sale price -' . sale price . Stle price O O e u O fw , wuie price , sale price '.. q!3, sale price 'qIs, sale price . sa sal coats Prices $19.75 18.45 16.55 14.85 13.25 11.95 10.85 . 9.25 $5.25 4.95 We will pay the railroad fare of our many out of town customers. Read carefully the prices and dis cretions given on this circular. i - 1 R , Jothing Departme...

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. — 14 January 1916

T1IP DIUANT WEEKLY NEWS FltlbAY, JANUARY 11, 1010. , ' i " " SWEDEN AVILL 1'IGIIT AGAINST RUSSIAN VICTORY &! I Wmil1 Even Go (o the Evtroim of Joining I lie (lemma, I tut her TUrtn Permit Their Power nil Enemy to Triumph. EW STORE T h j. PAGE SIX OPEN -I i i ti i T Li . J I i i IS HERE Start The New Year Right: And Keep It Right By etablihing a banking connection with this institution. Bucked by ample reiourcea and managed by cowrteous and capable officers this bank ia able to render you thorough service in every department of banking. State National Bank E. C. MILLION, Pres. GREEN THOMPSON, Vice Pros. GEO. H. HARRIS, CashTor J. F. GREGORY, Asst. Cash. Putting money in the bank is sowing seeds for future reaping. DUR&NT NATIONAL BANK Durant, Oklahoma Charles P. Stewart, tatf corr- pondent of the United Prs writing from Copenhagen, has the following to say regarding the position of Swe den In the present great European conflict: "Sweden does not Intend to , let Germany loft? ...

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. — 14 January 1916

TITI? DIUANT WEBKLY NEWS PACII3 SISVKJT ininnwii!iiiMHMHuiiim nil 5KH5 j FRIDAY, JANUARY M, 1010. I k 4 LEGAL ADVEBTIBEMIUNTS jE4J$JSSJ"$SSJJsS irfViS'W Jst Insertion Dec. 24, 1016. 5th lunerttrfn Jan. SI, 1010. NOTICK OV SllliUIP'F'S SALTS OF LAND Notice Is hereby given that In pur suance of an order of rale lsaued out of the District Court 'of Aryan coun ty, Oklahoma, on the 15th day of De cember, A. D. 1915, In an action wherein the Northern Assurance Company of Michigan Ifl plaintiff, and William B. Folaom, Wllilo E. Folaom, and the Caddo National Dank, of Caddo, Oklahoma, a corporation, are defendants, directed to me, the Un dersigned Sheriff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, commanding me to levy, upon, appraise and sell the following described property, to-Wit: The E of NBtt ! nd the NEU of NWtf of NEH of Sec tion 24, Township 6 South, Range 11 East of tho Indian Baso and Meridian, lying In Bry an County, Oklahoma, to satisfy a judgment and decree of foreclosure In favor o' the said...

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. — 14 January 1916

-a. -m i- utB TAflU EIGHT TUB BUR A NT WEEKLY NEWS FIUDAV, JANUAItY 14, 1010. i if mm mmmm Wf BE5"" ?i .' b Dsrant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. "By E. M. Evans. .ta&lfehrd every Friday ot 114 North TkJk4 Avonuo, Durnnt, Okln. V6ril as Second-Class Mall Matter A bo post office at Durnnt, Oklu Jitaa. under Act of Congross. of JEaTeh 3rd, 1879. Subscription Itntcs Sta Month. '$o ITKrTcftT SI. 00 3TArtably Cash In Advance. Th publisher reserves tho right Bo m$ccl any advertisement offerod ftarsfirtrtleation In the News, -which j7 l deemed objectionable for any A37 erroneous reflection on the wTct cr, standing, or reputation of any srson or persons, firm or ;or BurratfoK, and any mis-statement TefSIrn may appear In the columns of flUw Kerre will he gladly corrected p2 its being brought to the ntton &Jia of the publisher. ANNOUNCEMENTS mw tm1t f Xfce Nrrs is authoriied to nn 9WM VAItLY ZION, of Matoy, ns madfdnte for the office of Sheriff iff HferjKB County, subject...

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. — 21 January 1916

' "r v j- News 7P OFFICIAL TAPER OP BRYAN COUNTY -"- VOLUME q, DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1010 NUMBBR THREE W WEEKLY J J mSJuLIS jl -li , I J DRILL FkVl NEAR K. "EY v Durnno Oil Company Hns GuSlng Or dered r.ml Material for Rig on. the Oroiuid. Will Drill 25(fo Feet If It rthould Bo Necessary. Tbo Durano Oil Company, holding oil and gas lenses, it Is said, on ten thousand acres of land in a body near Kiorsey, will commence tho drilling of a lest holo on the Kiorsey uand, a half mile north and west of Kiorsey, just as soon as tho drilling rig can bo built and. tho casings and other items of tho drilling outfit can be gotten on the ground. Material for tho rig is on tho ground now, and Workmen will. build tho rig as booh as tho weather conditions will permit. Tho promoters of tho Durano Com pany are J. N. and Tim Wheoler, of Tulsa; E. T. Crawford, of Charleston, W. Va.; J. A. Shoppard, of Wheeling, W. Va., and Porter Newmah, of Du rant. In an interview with a repre sentativ...

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. — 21 January 1916

PAGE TWO THE DURANT WEEELI NEWS FRIDAY, JAWUAItY 21, 101 1 ' "' i i it"'" "t 9 i I PROBLEMS WE MUST FACE AFTER THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR IS OVER FORMER GOVERNOR FOSS, OK MASS AC HIS KITS, POINTS OUT IM PORTANCE OK PREPAREDNESS TO MEET COMPLICATIONS WHICH WILL CONFRONT Till'' UNITED STATES. The following, by ox-Governor Eu- i'lin can novo roally bo too high, gone Foss, of Massachusetts, writing thing insured Is priceless. The for the Chicago Examiner, is a clear and comprehensive exposition of the conditions likoly to confront the Un ited States at the conclusion of the groat conflict now In progross in Eu rope, and it will ho of benefit to the average reader to peruse carefully what this eminent reasoner has to say on tho subject: "I bolicvo that tho American peo ple cannot be too propared to defend their rights, thoir country and tholr Institution. If thero is anything on earth moro worth defending, I can't imaging what it is. "From whatever point of view our country is considered, th...

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. — 21 January 1916

" J W i . VN FftSUAY, JANUARY 21, 10&4 ' 'iMiiw 'iiaii i i $$-$3$SS33$4$'$$$$ jr ii 4 4 HAFiP AND HALF ,S 4 COTTON 4 . $. A?JJJ5.5JS)$(. Thore are certainly plenty of things to confuse tho farmer's mind and mnko him hcsltato as to who Is who and what Is what when It comes to choosing the kind and variety of crop to bo planted. Take, for instance this question of tho value or lack of value or the so-called "half and half" cotton. I havo wnltod patlontly and watch ed very closely to see what would be come oC tho warning sent out by tho United States Department of Agrl- culturo In tho spring of 1915. Its conclusion was to tho effect that thia variety is a dangerous cotton to plant and that to plant It meant tho ulti mate lowering of tho valuo of lint cotton in that community. In thia circular letter sent out by tho Department, no doubt was ex pressed as to tho ability of this cot ton to make tho lintlng percentage claimed for it; but attention was call ed to tho fact that, accordin...

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. — 21 January 1916

1 PAGE FOUR Ba?&it Weekly Him CflEtalal Paper of Bryan County. By B. M. Evans, PWMfthcd vory Friday at 114 North Third Avcnuo, Durant, Okla. Bs&ercd as Second-Class Mail Matter at tho post office at Durant, Okla toma, nndor Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription llntoa Sis Months . . . .50 Per Year $1.00 Invariably Cnoh in Advance. Tho publisher reserves tho right to roject any advertisement offorod ler. publication in the Nows, which cany bo deemed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on the character, standing, or reputation of any porson or persons, firm or o.or noxution, and any mis-statement vfcfch may appear in tho columns of tb News will bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to tho atten tion of the publisher. ANNOUNCEMENTS Tho News is authorized to an nounco tho following candidates for office, subject to tho action of the voters nt the Democratic Primary of August 1, 1916: For Sheriff EARLY ZION CLIPPER HAMILTON THE THO.MTSON BILL --...

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. — 21 January 1916

V r I MlIDAY, JANUARY 21, iOlB-ft W Vv 4 lull I. uLlilU ffl 111 WW iWI WffWmffIiWyMiiiTf!liHaQiBaigia ornANT "rVE'ElfcliY tawBtin ''. aa Up ill Mill nmHl3Hi1MH MID-WINTER SALE OF BROKEN LOTS in Men's and Boys' suits and Overcoats, pants and shirts. In order to clean up broken lots of all kinds we hare put prices on them that will insure them going and just at the time you seed them too. am ft NEWS riMiwi(ii!!:!,"t,,,!'mxirKm PAGE FIVE ?flfp? Broken lots of Men's Over coats in $12.50 and $15 grades Broken lots Men's Saits in $15, $18 and $20 grades Special lot Boys' Suits is broken sizes, values to $7.50 $8.75 $9.75 Clean-up prices o all Beys' Overcoats and Mackinaws Brokea lots Men's Shirts $1.50 aid $2.00 grades sf Kendall Clothing Co. I I U Stylephs Clothes Always $17 Brokei ldts $1.00 and $1.25 grades Men's Shirts DC ROAD MEETING Jefferson Highway Highway People to Meet Thursday to Perfect a County Organization. Co- Operation is Necessary. fffffS Free One Month Longer Dr. Mackey ...

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. — 21 January 1916

. "' PAGE SIX THE DUltANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 01 ea SBD 1 9- 1 6 IS HERE Start The New Year Right And Keep It Right By establishing a banking connection with this institution. Backed by ample resources and managed by courteous and capable officers this bank is able to render you thorough servico in every department of banking. State National Bank E. C. MILLION, Pres. GREEN THOMPSON, Vice Pres. GEO. H. HARRIS, Cashier J. F. GREGORY, Asst. Cash. 53jSjSJJ S' J $ ? S ? J A WEED THAT HAS S 2 BECOME VALUABLE CHOP S SJ3$;SS$!!S$3$Sj Travelers along country Toads or on passenger trains have frequently no ticed along the ditches or the rail road right-of-way luxuriant gowtlis that closely resembled alfalfa, but that grew much taller and branched out more than alfalfa. It matters little what the state or section, the same plant may bo seen at frequent intervals. Some clover has been called the "first cousin of the alfalfa" because of their close resemblance. Until re cent years, h...

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. — 21 January 1916

n :t f FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1010 HIHIIMIMJIipl SBC he SEE HH8E THE HHHEaJKHES DUBANT WEEKLY NEWS i!yi'iii: imwnuLiivvmrnaumi 95C PAGE SEVEW "i. J 11 1." .!W 4S5JSJ$'$J'4!S ?. - LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS -$,4$$$$$SSSSS$! S LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS s l S eS-JSSSS'S3S3S$,S 1st Insertion Doc. 24, 1915. 5th Insertion Jan. 21, 1916, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF JjAND Notlco la hereby given that In pur euanco of an order of salo Issued out of tho District Court of Bryan Coun ty, Oklahoma, on tho 15th day of Do comber, A. D. 1915, In an action whorcln the Northern Assurance Company of Michigan Is plaintiff, and William E. Folsom, Wllllo E. Folsom, and tho Caddo National Dank, of Caddo, Oklahoma, a corporation, arc defendants, directed to mo, tho un dersigned Sheriff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, commanding mo to levy upon, appralso and sell tho following described property, to-wlt: Tho E& of NEVi; and tho NEi4 of NWVl of NEVi of Sec tion 24, Township 5 South, Range 11 East of tho Indian Baso and Meri...

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. — 21 January 1916

i S PAGE EIQIIT THB URANT WBMKIY WWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 101? & inhfcifc MESSAGE TO THE STATE'S SOLONS Fashion Show Makes Big Hit at Southeastern Normal I What Is conceded to be the most original nud successful student play performance at Southeastern wn3 staged Tuesday by the Junior Class ot the Normal, under the direction of their able adviser, Prof. A. Lln scheld, head of the Department of English, and the charming clas sspon sors, Mlssos Halite and Alice Mc Knney. Recalling the pompous petition de livered earlier In the week by Harold Haynes when he took tho house by storm, nothing wijs left undone to fulfill the expectations of the aud lonce, who came with tho full inten tion of looking at everything in tho ridiculous light. The curtains wore drawn to all tho ontrauces nt tho auditorium, savo the rear, whore the enflre student body and a largo number of visitors glad ly yildod up their tickets aid dimos if only they could Just get In front of the porsons going in and get a ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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