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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1916

FWAY APftHi fit, 1016. u 1 ' ' t Easter and Confirmation Suits for Boys The Blue Sergo Norfolk Suits we are showing will serve "the needed double purpose of the moment. Sizes 6 to 18 exceptional values in guaranteed fast color 'suits at $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 Other Suits in fancy pat-, terns, new Spring colorings, the newest Norfolk style or English Models $3.50 to $12.50 White Shirts and Blouses for' Easter morning 50C and up; 0 -Z-JOft. if. "A V Oxfords aid Stockings, Easter Hats and Caps. X v. mt. ynffi 5PWB ,DUJlAN..jFyjSI,X JfBWS 9W BANK CHANGE J. IL arid II. A. McKlnney, of This City, Buy Control of the Caddo National Bank at Gaddo. A deal was completed Tuesday whereby Messrs. Jas. It. and B. A. McKinnoy, of this city, bought the controlling Interest In the Caddo Na tional Bank at Caddo, which up un til the time of tho death of P. W. Howe had been controlled for many years by him. Tho McKlnneys. have already taken charge of tho business. Tho officials of the bank now arc: Pre...

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 April 1916

THE DURA NT WfititfUtf NIWS FRIDAY, ATJUIj 21, 1010. TWO ARRESTS Jlty pollcomon made two ariosts Sunday. Ruel Taylor tool: In tow Clyde Mores, wanted at Allen, Okla homa for falsoprttousos. The sher iff from, that place came after him. Lon Voyles arrested J. J. Chapmun, wanted for the theft of clothing and other things from the btoro of Frank Adams. FIKST STRAWniilUUBS "What are bollevod to 1)9 thij first strawberries grown this yar In this county wore mnrlceted Monday by Sam B. Ross, of near Durant. They wero quickly bought bv the local grocers and netted the .'iowor S3. 50 per crate. DOES YOUR STOM ACH TROUBLE YOU? Wonderful Stqmachtaedjr win cnange that Long meg! ' And Ono Doso Has Often Dispelled Years of Suffering. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy can re ally bo termed WONDERFUL. No scatter whore you live you will find people who have suffored with Stom ach, Liver and Intestinal Ailments, etc., and bavo been restored to health and are loud in their praise of this .remedy. It acts on the...

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 April 1916

& ZF 'V yjj"vT ar-7. i-fWi FRIDAY, AtfRHj 21, 1010. TQK DURANH WEEKLY NEWS ? LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS & S 3)r$?$$J5jS?'i 5sS$ 1st Insertion March 31, 191G 6th insertion May 5. 1916. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE OF IiAND UNDER MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Notice la horcby given that In pur suance of an order of imlo or Special Execution Issued out of tho District Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma, on tho 23rd day of March, 1916, In an action whoroln J. C. Sublott is Plaintiff nnd O. 0, Mitchell is De fendant, directed to me, m under signed Bhorlff of Bryan County, Ok lahoma, commanding tao to levy up on and appralso and sell tho follow ing described lands and premise's, to wit: Lot No. Six (0) or Block 172 of tho Mark Klrkpatrick Plat of Durant, Bryan County, Oklaho ma, to satisfy a juogment and decree of foreclosure in favor of J. C. Sublott, Plaintiff, and against said O. C. Mitchell, Defendant, obtained and made in said Court on the 11th day of November, A. D. 1915, for tho sum of Throo Hun...

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 April 1916

s 8 '' "'W I'IKIH1IIM.BI GJUSK9E9 MR. FARMER: Savo monoy by buying Flour from ub. 40,000 POUNDS TO MOVE IN 30 DAYS Rod Star $2.80 U. S J3.00 Poatl $3.00 Prlnco Royal $3.10 DON'T FAIL TO GET OUR PRICKS ON SEEDS OF ALL laNDS Peanuts, Millet, Cane, Fotorlfci, jMnizc, Kafir Corn, Sudan Gres. Enterprise Grocery Co. South Second Avenue. Durant, Okla. PUT HOME OWNERSHIP LAW BEFORE FARRIERS That the farmers or Oklahoma are not taking advantage of the cheap money that Uic State School Land Commissioners has to lend to them is tVTdont from the statistics of the School Land office as shown on the 51st of March last. That is dut ra ther to lack of. knowledge on the part ..of the farmers and to of forts of in terested persons to make loans at iighor rates, ssoms to be in part, at least, a fact. In ordor to ivcrcome this situation It is the intention of Governor Wll latns to make every possible effort lo place the money ofthe school land funds 1 ntho hands of farmers and norue builders on farms a...

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. — 28 April 1916

DURANT ill Weekly OFFIOIAIi PAPER Off BRIAN COUNTY DURANT, OKLAHOMA, SjHJDAY, APRIL 28, 1010. News E i i . . , . , . . . . ii - ii i i Iff VOLUME XX. NUMBER SEVENTEEN "i :; r x it f m SQCIAIIST1MAKF lfi - w Cj.il VIGOROIflCT - CT Nnjdo Opposes Litcrncv Tes u ,) v Changes Mny Bo Murto Bcforo 1 Amendments nro Presented. Arguments against two 6t the pxo roaod amendments to tho Constitu tion to bo submitted August 1 have been received by Secretary of Stato J. L. Lyon Blnco tho date Uport which ho stated no further arguments "would bo accepted. Ho Is willing, ho Bays, to receive arguments on; these amendments until the specifications for printing tho publicity pamphlet ahall havo boon mado up. That will bo In tho noxt fow days. AvgumontB against two amend ments wore filed by P. 8. Naglet So cialist leader. Tho amendments ho opposes arc tho literacy test and tho abolltilon of tho county courts. Tho tono of tho arguments is. of so lurid a huo that Secretary Lyon felt Im pelled to wrlto to ...

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. — 28 April 1916

FRIDAY, APRIL- 28, 1010. 2 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS V HOUSING AND HRAITIf Model Homos lMivnnctl for WnhlnR ton Hxpcrlcnco of Koroign Cities 1'i-ovcs Snnltnry Homos Itcduco Sick Kale. Plan have Just been complete for the erection of a series. of model homes in the city of Washington for the purpose of demonstrating to the Nation the relationship between good housing and good health. These are io bo known as tho Ellen Wilson home, and are not In the nature of an experiment, but aro Intended as a demonstration to the entire United States. The Intimate connection betwoon bad housing and bad health and good housing and icood health Is clearly rpoojrnized In Washington, where the ally dwellings have long been a mat ter or concern both to the health au thorities and to public-spirited clti xvnn who wish the Capital City to bn n example to the Nation. Tho al leys have been paved, ewers and water mains have been laid In them, and they aro lighted and cleaned as are the streets. Yet they keep t...

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. — 28 April 1916

FlttDAY, APRIL 28, 1010. THE DURANIf WBBKLr NEWS 3 Catarrh and Colds yym Relieved caLh Jr Id a great achievement. Most people would be well and happy were it not for ca tarrh. It is worth ten years of any one's life to learn how to get rid of catarrh. PE-RU-N A will show you, much quicker than any one could tell you, how to get rid of catarrh. THE PERUNA CO., Colurnbuo, Ohio Mrs. Emma Gannon, 107 E. South St, Kewance, Ills., writes: "For fifteen yoara I had catarrh of the head and stomach. I could hardly walk. My attention was called to 'The Ills of Life.' I reatf it through. Then bought n bottle of Peruna. I am entirely well now." Commencement Approaches for Southeastern Normal J 4 J & $ 4 ? ? 3 3 3 -$ ? tS$3?'g'?'&4f?'$4 SlflVUJNTH ANtfUAL OCVMjrjlNOlfl.MlfiX'l1 IS TO IJE THE HIGGKST IN Tlflfi IIISTaiW 01? TlllS GREAT 4 ? STATU SCHOOL AN INTERESTING EVENT. . S $ $ J & t $$ $ '?? $$$$$$$$& NEW CHALMERS DEALERS J. W, Balloy and H. D. Neoly re turned from Dallas Thurs...

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. — 28 April 1916

t I 4 THE DDBANT. WEEKIiY NEWS FRIDAY, AVRTh 28, 1010. jjsjj mw Durant Weekly News ond tho most bolovcd men who, ever occupied tho Presidential chair. "The Presidont stands whoro George Washington stood in 1793, whon England in the war with Franco slozed and hold hundreds of vossels floating the Stars and Stripes. He prepared for war ho built warships; he erected forts but 'he did not shoot. Ho sottled our differences with England by negotiation, just as Woodrow Wilson is trying to do to day. And horo, pnronthotically let me remark, that, while Secretary of State, Elihu Root in a spooch In Ar met unmoved the clamor of tho peo plo wickedly crying for war, is a greater man than Washington cross ing tho Delaware op taking Cornwal lis' sword at Yorktown.' Yet Mr. Root condomns Mr. Wilson for tho very policy for which ho praised Pres ident Washington. Verily, Ellhu Root agrees with tho man who said: 'Consistency Is the hobgoblin of little minds.' President Wilson stands whoro John Adams ...

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. — 28 April 1916

Snpwta( V i- FRIDAY, APHID 28, 1010. i'-i- ' i"i in - TH DUIIANT WEBKIt NEWS vfS. I ORHAM m&&E frors grsemm of tmssyabs Which Experts BecBare BVHsskes the Best Baking Powder REVIVAL MEETING STARTS OFF WITH GOOD PROSPECTS A big rovlval meeting started on last Sunday morning at tho First Christian Church, Rov. J. T. Oglo! tho pastor, who is conducting tllo service, dollvorlng a' strong oponlng addross to a largo congregation, five confosslons of faith being mado dur ing tho morning hour. Monday evening Rev. Ogle deliv ered a Bhort address on "Whoro Art Thou", which was pronouncod ono of tho strongest sermons that tho gen tloman hau over dellvorod in tho city. An Easter Cantata was given by tho -x choir itf tho evening, under tho dl- r roction of Miss Luck. This was a real musical treat and surpassed any thing of the kind that has been ren dered In Durant for a long time. A. good many singer outside of th regular church membership assimtQd in tho rendition of the- cantata, 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. — 28 April 1916

Vr J - FRIdAy, APRIL 28, IDiO. IB THE DCBANI WEEKLY NEWS - ft t $rf- u jiTr 1 I am ready for business in my new quarters on 2nd avenue where I will be glad to meet my old customers as well as new ones. My stock is complete with everything that is to be found in a modern grocery. Bring Your Country Produce to me. N. 121 North 2nd Ave. HOUK Phone 7 3SS$-J3$5S3$?$S3 CALL 21 S S W TIIE 0LD RELIABLE -& v W STEAM LAUNDRY -gpfj;0 8 4 And Trompt Scrvlco ig, O Work Called For and Delivered For First Class Work 8 N t$$jvS53SSS3SSjj'3 Have your Eyos esnnir incd and Glasses fitted by DR. SLAUGHTER, Durant's Reliable EX PERT OPTICIAN. Office In Wldo Awake Studio, North Third Avenue. .BSBHfe-.' rqgjp 11JI1L1 H LL1II HI A SQUARE-DEAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Would bo a valuable addition to Durant's educational facilities. Prof. H. A. Ivy, president and founder or the Sherman Business College, with a record of 18 successful yoars In the management of that Institution, is offering us such a school on a b...

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. — 28 April 1916

VV . ' --' 7 ' -T - FRIDAY, APRTIi 28, 101 0., THE DUEANT WBEKlt NEWS i . T-vmrw AT" ' ! n M $&$S$$&33&S$ S . 4 & LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS J S&3i$S$&$3$ 1st Insertion March 31, 191C 6th insertion May 6. 191G. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND UNDER MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Notico Is horeny glvon that in pur suanco of an ordor of salo or Special Execution, issued out of tho District Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma, on tho 23 rd day of March, 1916, in an action wherein J. C. Sublott Is Plaintiff and O. 0. Mitchell is De fendant, directed to me, tho under signed shoriff of Bryan County, Ok lahoma, commanding mo to levy up on and appraise and soil the follow ing described lands and promises, to Wit t Lot No. Six (0) Of B'loflt 172 ' of tho Mark Klrkpatrlck Plat of . Durant, Bryan County, Oklaho ma, to satisfy a judgment and docroo of foreclosure in favor of J. 0. Sublett, Plaintiff, and against said O. C. .Mitcholl, Defendant, obtained and made in said Court on tho 11th d...

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. — 28 April 1916

rjcjjw 4frrm" m0Wlr Tnrj DURAHT WEEKLY NKWB FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1010. 1 mmmftmm I .lPjnHWirfll. II. Hill tl 9EQ9SSS HEHE M erfKlWfftK ) X 5 Dozen Whlto Lawn and Organdy Waists, -regular $1.00 values, slightly ...48c musBcd from handling, Special at if ' 60 Dozen Now" Spring WalBts of Organdy, Lawn and Voile, lac trim med; vnjuoa $1.25 to OQ 7UC $1.5,0. .Special at NEW MIDDIES 7Gc 1 Made of extra good ' cloth' and trimmed In soveral bright new col ors. Specially priced n r . JC at only Ono lot of Muslin G'wns, both slip 6n a,nd open back, lace and embroid ery .trimmed; a 75c valued Spccal at , 50. I V. Dependable Merchandise at Attractive Prices '"MJR Showing of Ladies Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts is absolutely un- paralleled. Each and every 'garment represents the very latest in Style and Workmanship and is a real value at the' price. You cannot go wrong in buying one or more of these beautiful Dresses. At the price they are being offered they cannot be duplicated. Probably not si...

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. — 5 May 1916

"WT-J "1 v-wrVm jm - - w -p 1 DEMOCRATS: REGISTER NOW IF YOO WANT Tp VOTE IN .AUGUST PRIMARY ' ITT V OFFICIAL PABR OF BRYAN COUNTY I.. ' ' ' - 25 VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1010 NUMBER EIGHTEEN srTgr,itf "rr.f fJLC i- f Y. ' DURAWT News rat t rfkn o Ph ,- ft I, i W i ? s 11. -.T"ll PLANNING FOff COUNTRY CLUB ifnndsomo rosort on Bluo River on Highway may bo tho result of plans that nro now being formulated. It is not Improbable that tho noxt year or more will bco on Bluo RIvor near tho highway, tha stto of a pry beautiful country club, whoro moin bors may tako their families fur an outing, and whero thoy may fish, boat or play golf as 'their fondeBt fancy dictates. ' All thero is to tho. plan at this tlmo is talk, but there must bo some talk, and moro of it as a prolude to every accomplishment or an Insti tution that is worth while. Tho idea is that a bunch of men, say a hundred or two hundred, as it is decided best, subscribe equal amounts, which will bo used to buy...

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. — 5 May 1916

IH1 BURAJP WEUKliT XBW8 JFRJDAY. MAX 0 WW "" I'M Wll L)1 :i I.IL. W EXAMINATION FOR c6M- MON SCHOOL DIPLOMAS Tlio "Sixth grado examination will bo held at tho following nnmod places on the 11th and 12th of May: Bennington, conducted by Prof. J. T. Itylo. Bokchlto, conducted by Prof. J. T. Ryle. Bokohlto, conducted by Prof. Clias. li. Rogers. Pleasant Hill, conducted by Prof. O. P. Hagdod. "Kbnofic, conducted by Prof. H Beaton. Mead, conducted by Prof. TiJlman. Durant, conducted by Prof. It. K. Mcintosh. Calern, conducted by Prof. J. A. Shirley. Co?bert, conducted by Prof. Geo. B. Morris. Aohllle, conducted by Prof. C. W. "Shaw. Albany, conducted by Prof. M. tyttonham. Roberta, conduoted by Prof. J. Clay. PROF. PURRIS RE-ELECTED B. J. A. P. The local School Board, in session this week, decided to economize by dlKponslng with tho services of. a paid clerk of tho board and impose tho duties of clerk upon the city bu portntondont of schools. Mr. Parris, now serving his first yoar ns oit...

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. — 5 May 1916

FRIDAY, MAY , 1010 THIS DURANT WHHKIiY NEWS tf'v Stomach Catarrh Is Very Prevalent In th!s oil mat o catarrh !s a prevalent disease. Catarrh af fects tho stomach as often as any other organ. Perhaps ovory third person is mora or less troubled with Btomnoh catarrh. Foruna is extensively used In theso cases. PERUNA THE nOJABLE FAMILY REMEDY --'""-- r i -s GENIiJRATj NEWS NOTES -$ Family Slain. At Holland, Texas, near Tomplo, SRturday night, John Wychopen killed his wife and five children and then shot himself thru the head and gashed his wrist, death ensuing some time' later. Tho day heforo the tragedy Wychopen was seen working in his cotton patch, and Just before supper talked with a neighbor. Sunday morning neigh bors going to tho house, discovered tho human slaughter. No reason for tho father's rash act can be found. Seven caskots wre delivered to tho place Sunday. Tho community was dazod by tho unexpected affair. Dallas Bank Second. Of the eight Regional Reserve Banks, tho Dallas ...

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. — 5 May 1916

'JJLS k 4 Durant Weekly New Official Pnpor'of Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avenue, Durant, Okla. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at tho post offloo at Durant, Okla homa, undor Act of Gongross of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. Six Months 50 Per Yoar $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance Tho publisher rosorvos the right to reject any advortisomont offorod for publication In tho Nows, which may bo doomed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or porsons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statomont which may appear in tho columns of tho Nows will bo gladly corroctcd upon its balng brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. FIUDAY, MAY 5, 1010 VWVMRMAAAfVWWWWVVWWVtfVWWVWWl ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper is authorized to an nounce tho following candidates for office, subject to the action of tho voters at tho Democratic Primary of AugUBt 1, 1916: For Sheriff EARLY ZION CLIPPE...

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. — 5 May 1916

mmt $. I r ami- I FRIDAY, MAY 5, iOlO THE DT7RANT WEEKLY NEWS Even Flehea Can Be Drowned. x' Tho fish is cold-bloodedthat is, ita tomperaturo is very slightly nbovo that of tho water in which it lives, ntlrl it. 4fllflAfWA MAjiiIm fl lftttl AW.' $$$)j$$3$$3 t LIVE STOCK-MARKET O. H. CURRIN GEO. C. WILEY 3 I ,i $$$$j$jg$$$3 I CREAM, AEINP0WB1E is made from puro cream of tartar and contains no alum, lime or phosphate. There ia absolute safety in its use. FISH HATCHERY LOCATED Stntcs second Institution of this kind located on Dine River four . . miles north of Durnnt The Oklahoma Flah and Gamo Commission composod of Gov. Wil liams, Secretary of State Lyon and State Game Warden Chenowoth, last week losatod Oklahomas second fish hatchery on Dluo IUvor four miles north of this city, and as soon as arrangements can, bo completed, work on the building of the oqupment will commence. Tho hatchery calls for an Investment of about $8,000.00. From this hatchery tho various lakes, ponds and strea...

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. — 5 May 1916

8 THE DURANT WBBKLt NEWS FRIDAY, lttAY fl, 1010 i . 1 ' lit MR. FARMER: Savo monoy by buying Flour from ub. 40,000 POUNDS TO MOVE IN 30 DAYS Ilotl Star $2.80 U. S , S3.00 Poarl $3.00 Prlnco Royal.. $3.10 DON'T FAIL TO. GUT OUR PRICKS ON 813121)9 OF ALL ItlNDS Peanuts, Mlllut, Cane, Fotcrltn, Maize, Kafir Corn, Sudan Gross. i Enterprise Grocery Co. South Second Avonuo. Durant, Okla. NEW CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS INSTALLED Durant's City Council took on four now mombors Tuosday night, when tho following nldormen, elected In April, wore sworn In and took their seats around the board: Ward One, H. C. Frye, Republican; Ward Two, James R, JlcKlnney, Democrat; Ward Three, E. C. Terrell; Ward Four, Hor ace Marshall, Democat. P. O. EMPLOYERS ENTERTAINED Last Friday night at their home on North Seventh avonuo, Mr. and Mrs. Hlghlan Mitchell entertained the em ployees of tho local post office at a seven o'clock dinner. Those In at tendance were Postmaster C. W, Early, John Scott, Miss Margarlto Hogan...

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. — 5 May 1916

Kl fiuday, may n, 1010 1KB DURANT WEEKLY NEWS if , 7 h $ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS S fr 3 $S$$$$&ggvS&&3$ 1st insortlon March 31, 1016 0th Insortlon May 6. 1916. NOTICE OF SHEIUFF'S SALE OP LAND UNDER MOHTOAGE FORECLOSURE Notlco Is hereby given that In ptir auanco of an ordor of salo or Special Execution issued out of tho District Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma, on tho 23rd day of March, 1916, in an action wherein J, C. Sublott is Plaintiff and O. C. Mitchell is Do fondant, directed to me, tho under algned sheriff of Bryan County, Ok lahoma, commanding mo to lovy up on and appraise and sell the follow ing described lands and premises, to- wit: Lot No. Six (0) of Block 172 of tho Mark Klrkpatrick Plat of Durant, Bryan County, Oklaho ma, to satisfy a Judgment and decreo of foreclosure in favor of J. C. Sublott, Plaintiff, and ngalnst said O. G. Mitchell, Defendant, obtained and mado in said Court on tho 11th day of November, A. D. 1915, for tho sum of Threo Hundred and Fifty D...

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. — 5 May 1916

THE DUIIANT WBBKjfiY NEWB M llllll,"' - it-Ll-J-U-iJg FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1010 ... . . ' ' i ' in. H, U..I.IB.H ii. n j i him .1,,, i ,m m WW g teJlwmiMiiiii DAIRY SUCCESS DEPENDS ON MANAGEMENT Just One Price One Jqst Price iimmw mm m I 8 STOP II 1 & a I Every Day is Value Giving Day at Perkins Bros. Company HTHE PURCHASE OF YOUR SPRING SUIT IS OF more than passing interest you want to get the best garment that a certain sum of money will buy thats reasonable. You should have as good as any man can buy for the price, and when we tell you about our standard high class, expert tailored suits for Men and Youths up to 20 years old at $9.85, $ 1 2.50 and $ 1 4.85 we mean that no better can be had even for a better price. t They are of first class material, Blue Serge, Fancy Woolens, Pin Stripe, Shepherd Plaids and all desirable materials, in Youths from 1 6 to 20 years,and in Men's from 34 to 46. Remember The Big Three Combination , ; STRAW AND PANAMA HATS Wo pride ourselves In the fine -...

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