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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 11 February 1916

N FREDA FEBRUARY ti, 1018. ftLOOATj AND PERSONAL g.i. ,lt , ril. in i i(? Lqa arlnlgtanras up dtrom Achille on "busleesp Monday. WG. Barnett, iwho has" been Rlok nt h'llf htt)Sr)for flomevllmot is up, and '.jvent to Bennington -Monday to rcsubio tits work thero. John Klttrcll went d6wn- to -ATm strong Academy, nqar BokChlto, to do sonie'-work Monday. . , BA. MeKirihoy and J. R. McKin ney.tfbf the Durant National Bank, wenffto Tishomingo Monday on hus- inesfcamattcrs B . , .1 O T MaJ. Richardson, of Hugo, former ly a .member of the News staff of this cltytfjyas hero Monday en routo borne fioiM Kansas City, .where he bad beenMjn a business trip.-- Cip. Abbott went to Bennington on matters of business Monday. OtM.sUalleft sfol( Hugo on MondayTjlg . t Mrs, Stella S,imnur is confined to her 'tfofne W South Se'cond1 with nn attack 5f g'rlpMe?' J$J2 E. E. COx was In from. Kemp On business Tuesday. ' . HenryBpHaksvwas'up' from Caijera on business Tuesday. "'. M. 0. Carjlln, the.woll known c...

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. — 11 February 1916

-"13- ill c .- FRIDAY, FBBRtfARY 11, 11. tiie dtjrAnt weeki sews TAOB SIX MMMoeeaKHK SCCES! wMMmimwimmmumimmiin win DANGER IN CROSSING BREEDS ! s . ( .. I iiTliH Iff ' Best Results Aro Attained by Stick ing to Ono Brcca Let Mnn of Leisure Do Exiwrimcntlnff iMHWW Hm " mammm wimiiU tmnxm hi mMW ww 1F- u ICE-WATER TANK WILL KEEP CREAM SWEET R THE NEWS' PAGE FOR THE FARMERS . - - ' - - .-- I--- gm j im miWPmvfnmm1mmwmfmmirmrMim ni' TTT-mn nm m i - vju mmMum i " '' ' ' ' '" ""' n FEEDING FOR WINTER EGGS It Is Never Advisable to Feed Hcnvlly During Early Hours of the Day. Keep tho Hen sScrntchlng. f In feeding poultry, It la never advis able to food heavily during tho early hourB of tho day. A hon gorged with Ifood early In tho morning, will havo too lncontlvo to exercise will lay around tho roosting quartoro and tko on fat. In feeding for winter eggs tho appetites of tho hens should never bo fully satisfied until just beforo ihoy go to roost at night. During tho winter months I always fe...

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. — 11 February 1916

2" t fc'MDAff, FUniiUABf 11, 1016- ?2$3$$S$3$33$& t$ a 4 ftEGAIi ADVERTISEMENTS $ S4$$SS&$$),(:S(3Svsi$,$ , yVwfcAi'rf'VAwtf'Wfr' first insertion Jan. 21, 1016. Fifth insertion JPch, 18, 1016, State of Oklahoma, sa. County of Bryafi NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S $AIiE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That pursuant tQ tho commands of a spec ial execution, Issued by tho Court Clerk of IJryan County, Oklahoma, in cause number 1708 on tho docket, ot said Court, wherein George G. Houck is plaintiff and N. 0. Rodocker ct ah aro defendants, the undoralgned Sher iff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, will ut tho hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at tho East entrance of the Bryan County Court House, in Durant, Oklahoma, on tho 21st day of February, 1016, sell to the- highest bidder, for cash, the following described lands and premises, tswit: Th South half of the North cast quartor.and North half of Southeast quarter of Sccton 12, Township 6 South, Range 8 East, of the Indaa base and mo rJjJian, Bryan County, Oklahoma,...

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. — 11 February 1916

'It' lit FRIDAY FKBUVAliy i 1BI& whin ' I"" -' ' Ji-IMJI PAGE EIGHT infi DUItANT WBEKLY WBWtS e ' DURANT HAH MORE THAN TWO THOUSAND ClULDREN ATTENTHNG ITS SCHOOLS v T t 70 4 V More Efficient Service For Our Patrons .' I Sa T n considerable expense1 this Bank has cortiplotod v- ill BAis tho Installation of the Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines, by which all of our customers' accounts aro now kept. Tho investment, aside from-; pro viding a moans for bctteV serving our depositors, makes for better clerical efficiency In the bank, therefore a saving in expense of doing business. Undor tho n,ew plan, a statement of every cus tomer's account is mado jut every day and can be had immed iately upon request. Thl -service to the customer of a bank desiring to keep close ta) on J'ift burtnoss, is a valuable ser vice. Use tho service. C mo In and see at vork the marvel ous machines, which wor-t villi seeming human Intelligence, but without tho human o oment of err. . Durant National Bank I. II....

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. — 18 February 1916

na Durant Weekly OFFICIAL PAFEOf OF BRYAN COUNTY VOLTJliro XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA WRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1010. NUMBER SBVEitf BJ.tt. "-r-r?,;:i r-r ,ft 1 : , sit ss " SOI NS HEED NOT CONCEDES BIGHT TO ARM SHIPS GERMANS SMASH ELECTION LAW INTO BRITISH MAY YET FAIL X il jLi Yf !!!$ i iuco Bpecinl Sessions 1st Dofcntcd Coal Miho urn Adopted it. u d Usury Law is unto. Oklahoma Cl. 16.- Tho cor respondent of L . juallas Nqwh has the following In his fripor today re garding tho proceedings of tho Legis lature: "Wo now have a record In, the Jour nal that will bo used beforo long to wfpo.out or modify tho prosent form of tho Legislature." . Senator J. EImor 'Thomas made this declaration to tho preBS tablojif tcr tho Sonato had refused by a con siderable majority to adopt a joint resolution Introduced by Suthorlln of I Wagoner purouant to recommenda tions of the Governor limiting special sessions of tho Legislature to thirty days and to subjects contained In tho 'proclamation. The resolution has...

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. — 18 February 1916

y o 53 THE DURAN'J? WlBISfcliT NEWS ONEY To Loan Rcnai Estate at all times Whale & Cox Co. MARRIKD AND LIVES FIITtt YEARS IN SAME LOO HOUSE Lowest Price oa COAL This Year Lay in your Whiter Supply Now SQUARE DEAL COAL AND WOOD CO. PHON8 313 AFRO MINENT usiness m Says: "Tanluc is a wonder." Mr. W. B. Hill, who resides at 112C N. Robinson St., Oklahoma City, a pop ular and well known Fir insurance man, in relating his experience with Tanlac, said: "I have boon a suffer er from catarrh, liver and stomach troubles for yoars. I learned about this Tunlac and decided It was the arunody I needed. After taking the roedloine for about ten days, I 'found my condition greatly improved. My Calnrrh Is very much bettor, my ap petite is now good alid my sleep is refreshing. I gladly recommend Tan lac, uk I feol Jt will benefit others suf fering from the troubles I suffered from, se it benefited me." Tanlac for sale exclusively In Du traut by Corner Drug Store. (adv) A plot of renegade Mexicans ...

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. — 18 February 1916

FRH5AY, FEBRUARY 18, 1916. THE DUItANT WEEKLY ii.,n .i. NEWS 8' W(Wgfyya''q"H''WWPllWWW int. . &. ooiurvnEA Ifeyteia m4 frwrgooa 6 DURANT, OKLA. 8 Offlco, dver Perkins' Storo S AM f4V8 promptly &Ua&4 ' Day or Night. , fc Office Phone 74. Night Phono 735 S $3$(g3gg3)$$$ 3 4 CALL ' 21 TJIE OLDBELIABLE v STEAM LAUNDRY For First Class Work And Prompt Service $ 4 Work Called For and Dellvored 2 Dr. J. L. Reynolds Spoclalist , BAR, NOSH, AND THROA Glasses Poperly Fitted Mflca ever Cornor Drut Store Bwt OkSafectaa Immammmmmmmat mhihwubimi h n n mm Pore nd Fred DRUGS STONE DRUG COMPANY ! i Tiie Eett Serrioe The Rexall Store. "Stone's liver rW' BBHHBnH GIVE ATJTO TO BEST GARDENER Maror Ed Ovorholser of Oklahoma City proposes to havo every vacant lot in that town made into a flower or vegotablo garden this year, and ns an Inducement has offered a priie of a fhjo-passenger automobile to the boy or gorl making tho most money 'by raising such a garden. There will be other irizes-of m...

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. — 18 February 1916

j Ja.neUs5ft ,' .iiBiniiAjfil.w,i:iiY. NKW(P FRIDAY, FEBRUAitX, i &1& .' .: X Hi-BaBWHBawjaLiMiiiiininrfMiiJBiiiii.iili ini'll'i.nu,-- j t, ... raa ESSE Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. 7 ' Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avenue, Durant, Okla. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the post office at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. Six Months . 60 Per Year , $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. The publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement offered for publication in tho News, which may be deemed objectionable for any reason. v Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or persons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statement which may appear in tho columns of tho Nows will bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper Is 'authorized to an nounce tho following candidates for offi...

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. — 18 February 1916

o ttoDAit, FMiwtuAtttf ' ft? ieS i fAdn 6Wen ' OX PREPAREDNESS '' - " - r ivors.nn Atlqqw&io National Dc' fenso Bus Against Any Scm blanfto" of Militarism- Senator Robert li, Owen 'of Okla Igiohia, ipealdnp: ata gathering jn JfSNew Ynrk focently, expressed his opinion or preparedness and militar ism In., the following, avhlch Is part 'of the address- given by-hlm on the occasion; ' 7" ' ' "In 'preparing- tho. United States against Jhe future, a policy should, bo wurnuu-oui wiucn wuuiu give empjuy ment on a living basis, but a very low basis, to every man not other wise employed, to train our young men on a great scale aa mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, ma rine engineers, and 'providing other vocational training to make every Individual ablo to carry his own weight .and bo an a&seuand not a liability to the community. To build up a vast student army, useful in peaco as well as against possible war. Wjo shquld teach in our schools tho doctrines of. iprder, obedienc...

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. — 18 February 1916

...i. iiu fitriT rJL THE DURANT WEERLT NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, JONJ. i ! CopyrleMliUfcr It. 3, ttsjmotds Tobacco Co, sm"T.ij"?.T.grwi GUIDANCE OF WOOL GROWERS ' D -w.nm.iri . MgHaMsaaBauaasBBBmaaananBnBanBaUBaaMnaaataaa THE NEWS' PAGE FOR THE FARMERS ii iiim aw 'i i ib ii ! ' 'I'll II I u I J .a" USING BABCOCK TEST DEVICE HAS PLACED DAIRYING ON A SCIENTIFIC BASIS. Ono Important Step In Uso of Instru ment is to Have Milk Thorough ly Mivvd Label Bottles AVltli With Name and Owner. The Babcock test haB served as tho .necessary stimulant to raiso dairying (Tom a disliked Bide line to a profes sion -worthy of tho efforts of woll trained men. It has placed dairying on a scientific basis, has promoted fac bn 8Iowly Releasing Pressure of Fin I oo" at Top of Pipette, Milk Runs, I Without Loos, Into Test Bottle. tory ofScloncy and has stimulated tho, breeding up of productive herds. Ten necessary steps in making tho, Babcock tost aro as follows: Mix tho xnllk thoroughly and take out a small...

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. — 18 February 1916

fcHTDAY, FEBUUAUY 18, 1010. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS uz 11,1 J S5443$3$3,33.3g3 IiEGAJj ADVEUTISESnSNTS S First Insertion Jam 21, 1910. If Fifth insertion Fob. 18, 1910. i Stato' of Oklahoma. S3 ' County of Bryan NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN, That pursuant to tho commands of a spec ial execution, Issued by tho Court Clork of Bryan County, Oklahoma, In causo number 1708 on tho dockot of said Court, wherein George C? Houck la plaintiff and N. C. P.odocker ot al, aro defendants, tho undersigned Sher iff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, will at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at tho East entranco of tho Bryan. County Court Houso, in Durant, Oklahoma, on tho ilst day of February, 1916, sell to the hlghCBt bidder, for cash, tho following described lands and premises, to-wlti Th South half of tho North cast quarter and North half of Southoast quartor of Secton 12, Township 6 South, Rango 8 East, of tho Indan baso and me ridian, Bryan County, Oklahoma, ' which said lands aro sold su...

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. — 18 February 1916

THE DtRANT WEEKLY" N'BWS I-RIDAV. FEBRUARY 18, 1016. 8 $$$ I More Efficient Service For Our Patrons fffi-SKKgK T n considerable expense this Bank has completed jjfjj the installation of H Machines, by which nil or our customers' accounts arc now kept. The Investment, asldo from pro viding a moans for better serving our depositors, makes for better clerical efficiency In the bank, thoroforc a saving in oxponse of doing business. Undor the new plnri, a statement of every cus tomer's account Is made jut every day and can be had immed iately upon voquest. Thli sorvlce to the customer of a bank desiring to keop closo tal on his business, Is a valuable ser vice. Use tho service. Cyno in and see at work the marvel ous nuiohlnos, whioh wort wtlh seeming human Intelligence, but without tho human e oment of error. Durant National Bank J. It. McKinney, Pros. W. Iff. Clark, Cashier. W. C. t$Q$-Qi$4GGt$Q$&$$iS$S$S$$S 3CLBVEN AJLLEGED NIGHT RIDERS UNDER ARREST It is Alleged that Mnn Was Calle...

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. — 25 February 1916

DURANT ( o. ? OFFICIAL PAPER OF HRYAN OOUNTI We News :fc , t h 4 , .1 . fa THE LEGIST. ORE HAS ADJOURNED Drastic Usury Bill Passed Without Emergency Clause, and Signed by tho Governor State Hanks Must Make Reports. After passing n usury bill with teeth In It, tho tpcclal session of the Stato Legislature camo to un end, adjourning slno die at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning, after a stormy ses fclon of sovorai weeks. Practically nothing was rttompltshod resldotj tho passing of itti usury biipl, but officials express satisfaction at the enactment of tblu loglslnthn. Th" full toxt of tho low provision Is a? follows: Section 1. Section 1005 of tho Ro- VOLUME A : vised Laws of Oklahoma. 1910, iBlCountyi loa08 havo boon olthor se Z l . . V curod and nlacod wlth a trustee to Tho taking, receiving, reserving or doIIvoP to a bonn fkle (loalQr( op ,lftV0 charging a gnm or rate of intorost I boon Bnappod up ln blg ,mtchoa by than Is provided by the .preceding lon80 8C0UtB nnd 8poCulators. It is sec...

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. — 25 February 1916

i THE DURANT WEBKLr NEWS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1010. ONEY To Loan rJIi Estate at all times Whale & Cox Co. Lowest Price on COAL This Year Lay in your Winter Supply Now SQUARE DEAL COAL AND WOOD CO. PHONE 313 FarmersSeedHouse LL KINDS OP GARDEN AND FIELD SEED IN BULK OR IN PACKAGES. Our Seeds aro from n Reliable Firm ami aro Dependable. W. F, Maddox SEED HOUSE 119 North Second Ave. Diuoiit, Oklahoma. DR. N. L. OORNWEL3 S Physician and Surgooa 4 DURANT, OKLA, Office, Over Perkins' Store 3 & All calls promptly attond4 A Day or Night. '0 ffico Phono 74, $ Night Phono 735 ? ,TB- OLIVET? Typewriter 90o Of The Men who do their own typewriting use the Oliver typewriter. The principal reason for this is the fact that theOliver will last for years and do good work, without the slight est care and atten tion, which is not true of any other typewriter. One Mfc. . I lMt- mm li man iti iuiaiu is u still using an old Model One Oliver which has seen at fL ifoe very least fif teens years serv...

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. — 25 February 1916

FIUDAY, FEnnOABV 2B, 1010, IBS DURANT WBEKIV NEWS 3 I V 1 In A Field By Itself Dimwoody's Best (Dunwoody's Best f!our will increase your trade J Its QUALITY appeals to your good customers. Its tendency to repeat appeals to you. l It is a beautiful brand, always attractive and al ways remembered. fl Its prominence gives distinction to your business, ft B Its sale improves your other lines of business. ' $ Its positive guarantee makes you safe and your customer safisfied. & Its addition to your stock will lessen your worries and increases your bank account. Write us for further particulars Durant Grain & Elevator Co. . Durant, Oklahoma SJ$SJ$-S5S"Jj-$'SSJ3 CALL 21 ? THE OLD RELIABLE -Q STEAM LAUNDRY 3 5' ; s s For First Class Work And Frompl Sorvlco Work Called For and Delivered 5$$5$$)$S958gS.33) ALL WAYS Pare and Fresh DRUGS STONE DRUG COMPANY The Beit Service The Rexall Store. "Stone's Liver Ms" 18,000 FOR SALE OF ONE MONTH'S OIL RUN. The 1014 Compnny Receives Largest Check...

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. — 25 February 1916

i-Js Tf.-R IJ&llXJtXBhxW '!. TItti DURANT WEEKLY NEW.1 FRIDAY, FETmrAItY 23, 1010. iXSS 11 Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By IS. M. Evans. Published dvery Friday at 111 North Third Avonuo, Durant, Okla. Entered as Second-Clans Mali Matter nt the post office at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congrats of March 3rd, 1870. Subscription Rates, Six Months 60 Por Year $1.00 Invariably Cash lr Advance. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement offered for publication In tho News, which may bo deemed objectionable for any roason. Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any porson or porsons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statomont which may appear In tho columng of tho Nows will bo gladly corroctod upon its being brought to the atten tion of tho publishor. ANNOUNCEMENTS X This paper is authorized to an sounco the following candidates for office, subject to the action of the. voters at tho Democratic Primary o Augus...

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. — 25 February 1916

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1010. TIIE DURANT W13BKLT NEWS fc 4 V ft & ,( i iYOUNO MENS' DEMO. GLU Will Vitdorlnko to Form Clubs In liv ery Town In tlio CoUnty Purpose is to Equip (lio Younger Sot to Take the Piano of the Old Heads. Tlio Noting Mon's Democratic Club organized horo a fow days ngo plain to bocomo county-wlda In It scope, nnd to ofrm organizations In every inland town and railroad town In the county Tlio main purpose of the Young Mon's Doiflcrntlc Clubs' is to stimulate tho younger sot with tlio loda of good government, to thojoiid that they may( bo fittod to tako the place of tho older bonds as thoy grad ually drop out of affairs. Tho Idea is being crystallized all over Okla hoina, and almost ovory town of any Importance In tho State has theso young mon's clubs. Tho local organization Is headed as follows: John A. MacDonald, president; Claudo Smith, secrotary treasurer; Richard NIcolds, secre tary; executive committee, John A. MacDonald, R. T.'Stinson, Dial Cur rln. and ...

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. — 25 February 1916

tt,ii A i 5- .J ii1, -: R FIUDAY, FEBRUARY 25, lPifl. 6 i THE DtJRANT WEEKLY NfiWS c 0 3 H-aaMkkHjai SELECTION AND BREEDING OF POTATOES PRUNING AND SPRAYING ARE PROFITABLE OX WARBLES ATTACK BACKS OF CATTLE m t , -I ,- ,--- I ji,.. m. i H..HI.J -i i i " mi - i MiavMiMnMaAaaa wiiam-AMaHinn9MnBBMMv Stocker Steers (From Weekly News Letter United Btatei department or Agriculture.) i Specialists of tbo department arc urging cattio ownors, In tho North at well as In the South, to tako steps tc rid their cattle of ox warbles oi '"wolves," tho Importance of which tc itho cattle industry has been generallj underestimated. Ox warbles aro the (whitish Grubs or maggots which do tvelop from tho eggs deposited by ccr tain flies known as warblo flies oi Ihcel flies, and which injuro tho hides, reduco milk flow and retard tho growtt of tho animals. Tho maggots aro com , wnero posslblo to get concorted ac snonly found Juat bolow tho skin on i uon among tho stockmen in tho do jtho backs of cattio in t...

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. — 25 February 1916

FRIDAY, FBBftUARY 25, 10 1. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS $&$Qr$&P'$rK$$$K&Q$6 $ r w HEQAXj advertisements s kW s 3$$S$$J $ 5 $ S ? 1st Insortion Jrtn. 28, 1016. Bth Insertion Fob. 25, 191G. tato of Oklahoma, S3, County of "lydti, In tho Justico of tho Foaco Qourt of W. S. Shannon, In and for said County and State. IIALE-H.YL3ELL GltO- v CERY CO Plaintiff, vb. No. 2231 M. TRIPLETT Dofondant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tho said Dofondant, M. Triplott, will tako notice that -ho has beon sued In tho abovo named Court In an ac tion of debt due on account and must answer tho Dill of Particulars filed therein by tho said Plaintiff on or before tho 6th day of March, A. D. 1916, or said Bill of Particulars will be taken as truo and a Judgmont for said Plaintiff In tho sum of $142.81 will bo rendered and tho garnishment proceedings had therein against the Insurance Company of North Amer ica will bo sustained. W. S. SHANNON, Jufltlco of the Poace.' UTTBRBACK & MacDONALD, Attorneys for tho...

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. — 25 February 1916

Ef!Si2a It-fi M .8 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS i L , FRIDAY, PKBIIUAHY 3. JO JO. iti U i i P r iyV TsaturdayV FEBRUARY 26 10c Gingham For A cents per yard 10 yards only to a customer. No gingham sold before 9 a. m. SI tMHCEMK Other Specials in the Store J. C. Haden&Sons Popular Goods at Popular Prices See Our West Window TEXAS INTERESTED IN GREAT 1UOHWAY Interest in tho Jorfereon Hlgliwny throughout Toxns is increasing. The National Highway which oxtmdB from Winnipeg to New OrloanB will cross northwest Texas botwdan Donl son nnd Wnskoin. Grayson County is spending $900,000. nnd Wll havb thirty miles of hard surface roads through Donison, Shorman and Whltowrlght. and Tronton and Leon ard aro considering a bond issuo to build through Fannin County. Hunt County is now spending $400,000 on concrete nnd gravel roads in the Greenville district. Sulphur Springs recontly voted $100,000 roada bonds for good roads in Hopkins County. Mount Vernon, in Franklin County, has a petition signed askin...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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