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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1916

Kf . I .1 K 5 . ?fr. 'I ff V (l5?. &:&.. rrv r if i ,TYv FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1010. I MORE STORMS COMINGl! HEAVY TOLL OF LIVES BY TORNADO AT KEMP CITY ELEVEN KNOWN DEAD. MANY INJUREd. TOWN OBLITERATED FROM FACE OF EARTH. NEIGHBORING CITIES COME TO RESCUE WITH MONEY AND PROVISIONS. At nine o'clock Sunday night the little town of Kemp City wns a quiet and happy community with no fear for the future. At nine-thirty, the scene was shifted to one of death and destruction and desolation. It all happened in a momont. With out so much as five minutes warn ing the tornado domon swept down on the little village and obliterated It from the face of the earth, leav ing in Its path naught but the dead and the dying nnd tho injured. Not one soul in tho town entirely es caped Injury. The list of tho dead is: E. E. COX, manager Lingo Leep sr Co. and wife. DR Wai. BRINSON and wife. CHANEY BATTLE, cashier Bank of Kemp. M. A. THOMAS, postmaster. ARTILE PLEASANT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pleasa...

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. — 26 May 1916

-.. mamie0i&xr- -i 4 THB DTJRAKT WESIiX NBWS imroAY, may an, 1010. Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. Published overy Friday at 114 North Third Avenue, Durant, Okla. Entered as Second-Class Mall Matter at the post offlco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of congress or March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rntos. Six Months' 50 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 bo deemed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or persons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statoment which may appear in tho columns of tho News will bo gladly corrected npon its being brought to the atten tion of tho publisher. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1010. ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper is authorized to an nounce tho following candidates for office, Bubject to the action of the Toters at tho Democratic Primary of Augu...

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. — 26 May 1916

FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1010, 7H1 BURAH WISKlIiI KIWI Brandies Accepted. Louis D. Brandies, the Boston lawyer nomin ated by President Wilson for the supromo court, and ngainBt whom a fight was made, will bo confirmed by tho Sonato. Tho judiciary com mltteo in a party 9dte so agreed Bargains at Max Brown's 1"E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a Complete and New line of Ladies' House Dresses, Skirts, Shirt Waists and so forth, on which we are making EXCEPTIONAL OFFERS Wodnesday. BAKING POWDER Sixty Years the Standard No Alum No Phosphate Navy Built Up. Tho $241,000, 00(, naval bill is boforo tho National Houso of Representatives. Tho bill Includes tho building next year of flvo great battle cruisers. Opposi tion Is expected from tho Republi cans. a yon Buclow Coming. Count Von Buelow, former German chancellor is 1 Houso drosses, all sizes -and pat terns, $1,25 values, now Cliildrena dresses, all sizes and patterns, 75c values, now 98c 45c Ladles dress Bkirts In stripes and plains in wash matorials, t " H) ...

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. — 26 May 1916

M '. "J-" 6 THM DtfllANT t?EHKXj NBW8 FRIDAY, MAY SO, lOttt. 2SB f t Durant Cotton School -WILL BEGIN- June 19, I916 PLACE:-Sam I. Hynds cotton office The entire course of 25 lessons for $20 We guarfinteo to nil who take tho full course to be proficient In grading, stapeling, how to find the defects, anil better qualities, how to figure the markets, how to buy and soil. We Instruct you how to classify correctly 108 different types of cotton according to the government classification. Sixty-five percont of our commerce Is In cotton and fewer people know It than any other Industry. Get in the push and get something that will benefit you through life. TEACHERS' COURSE A full course for literary teachers will bo given for ?10.00. Thla courso covers classification, how to figure tho markots, how to ar rive at he best grades to raise, when best to gin or soil In the seed. In fact overy thing the farmors need to know to successfully raise and market his cotton. Tho farmers will soon .deman...

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. — 26 May 1916

VlttDAjr, MAY 20, 1010. THE DURANT WEEKiiT NEWS 22 .tH'iif.ii.'nii'; &$t&4$&3&$3$3$$&$ & s 3 liEGAJJ ADVEltTISEIHENTS S Tlrst insertion May 5 19i6 -"Fourth Insertion May 26, 1916. -Stato of" Oklahoma, ' , Bryan Guunty $$3kii$&&$3$$$33 Itscationlime I t LEGAL ADVERTISERnSNTS S S,3S$SSj43$$S3SSS8 $ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS t S $$$$3$$S$JSS3 l ,'1 - Halo - Halsoll Orocory Co. , vs. It. C. Druco . Notlco Is horoby given, tliat In pursuanco of au order of solo Issued out of tho District Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma on tho 4th. day of May 1916 In an action wherein Halo-Halsoll Grocery Company was plaintiff and It. C. Bruco was dofend- ant, directed to mo, tho undersigned -Sheriff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, commanding mo to levy upon, ap praise and sell tho following des cribed property, Lot 10 in block 37 in tho city of Durant, Bryan County -Oklahoma to satisfy a judgement and decree of foreclosure In favor of plaintiff and against tho defendant obtained In ...

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. — 26 May 1916

.2tt L&lwJ 7 r , a ,)......,, w.m,i.i,..m,IhF.m.. "w THB ssaec: ! v Judge For Yourself- WIIETII13R Oil NOT WHAT AVE TELL YOU If) TRUE IN ALT OUR ADVERTISEMENTS. Tho only way to dotlils Is to visit our store. You will bo cordially welcomed whether you buy or not. A cordial wclcomo and courteous treatment nro, parts of our dally policy. You will appreciate this, as well as tlio complete variety of tho latest goods wo offer you at economical prices. Everything is New IN OUR STORE AND YOU WILL BE PLEASED WTTII THE FRESHNESS OP OUR GOODS, knowing that what you buy hero is direct from tho loading markets of tho country. You owo It to yourself toinspect our offerings ,for you will find a groat variety of fashionable, up-to-dnto merchandise hero at saving prices. ''Won't You Please Visit Us REMEACBER IIhvo Moved, To 125 W... Main St. flUis We Are For ttio Wholo Family TURTLE EATS AT LAST. Tho largo century old turtle cap lured on Washita lust September, 'and now an inhabitant of tho zoo...

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. — 2 June 1916

Durant Weekly News OFFICIAL TAP Ett. OF BRYAN COUNTY VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, Jl'NM 2, 1010. NUMIUCIt TWENTY-TWO h i fi I RELIEL rTwMi Lisi ML:7 mm am FUNDS Q $3,000 Durant Siibscrlli All Contribution $1000. Expcndltu pondlturcs Mndo. WfHb ft'dL J'SZWWi twmC'aMi?r a Third of Rained Ex. thert hnd tibout $500 loft for further roltof. Tlio commlttoo In charge of collec tions horo vrnB Attorney C, C. Hatch ott, County Trcasuror George Harri son and County Commissioner Ed Spcalrs. In proportion to tho size of tho various cities contributing U tho cause, Durant gave much moro than 'any o'thor city, A mooting hold Tuesday In Dom son of various commlttoes. from dif ferent placos In chargo of relief for tho sufferers from tho Komp CJty cy clone, revealed that tho sum of $3, 072.45 had boon raised at different points for relief. Of this sum $1,000 -was raised In Durant and $1,500 In Donlson. Tho commltteo, which included Ed fipoalrs of tho Durant relief commlt teo, at their meetin...

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. — 2 June 1916

&&& & ii 8 TffP nr, WAV nfnttW w . .. -i. 9 c I WHY complain of the high cost of living. Why Not Pay Cash and get what you pay. for and pay for what you get? - M BAD ACCOUNTS HERE SpecidkPfices on Fruit Jars cheaper than the cheapest Cash Flour & Seed Store T. F. ALLEN, Manager 131 North Second Ave. PHONE 26 KW FEDERAL COURT DIST1UOT. fongressman Chtirlos D. Carter xb introduced tho bill for tho crea ms of a now Federal Court district jn Southeastern Oklahoma, comprla ojr twenty-four Southeastern Okla Afune counties, roughly bounded by ih Choctaw. Chickasaw and Soml " nations. Four court towns are untioned In tho tentative draft of 'h mil, but it 1b expected that a fifth ifl -be added by amendment. Tho 'aw iiRinod are McAlester, Hugo, hfaslia and Ardmore. "T3 ureatton of the new district i.n oten lequested by the attorneys fj?idlng In the area thus outlined, as xmraiiB of bringing the sittings of t- Federal Court nearer to the Tfoile There is a bill now pending i...

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 June 1916

FRIDAY, Jl'NE 2, 1010. THE DURANT WfiBKIiY NHWS jc t- ii k-' CHOP CONDITIONS WERE NEVER BETTER, Dally Oklithumnn'fl 8"nto Wldo Croj) Bununury Gives Bryan County Quito n Littlo Roost. JJho Daily pklahoman's stato wlrio crop summary has tho folldwlng in regard to crops and'erort condition in thin coimtyt Notwithstanding tho crop's in Bry an county woro planted lato and thaor growing condlti'dh rotflrd.fllt by cold weather, dflmpnred" with crops lafit yoar, tho crops in most parts of Brynn county have rospondod wonHorfully to tho warm wonthoi' of tho past wook nd tho growing con dition Th rapidly approaching- nor mal. '" - ; -" ' ItoportB from ovor- tho coilnty on a wholo show a llttlo largor acrongft planted in cotton than was dovotod to tho crop Inst yoar. Tho cotton is thriving andgood stands nro roport cd from most sections. A great many farmers aro chopping cotton. Thero tiro about 80,000 acres planted in cotton this year. Thcro was too much rain and cold weather In the early spri...

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 June 1916

-wit rtMi : -v. THE DORAN2 WBHKLX NBW8 FRIDAY, JUNE , 1010. - v . wajiii" ? Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. Published ovory Friday at 114 North Third AvonUe, Durant, Okla. Entered as Second-Class Mail Mattor at the post office at Durant, Okla homa, undor Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Jtatcs. Bix Months 60 Per Year $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advanco. Tho publlshor rworves the right to reject any advertisement offoreu lor publication in the News, which may- be deemed objectionable for any reason. closo tho pupils. Nothing could bo further from tho wishes of the clti-" zenshtp of tho State. Every State school In this common wealth Is in exlBtonco to furnish edu cational facllltlOB for all tho youn folk within tho borders of Oklahoma Tho residents of McCurtaln Countv have tho right to sond their children to tho for Northwmt Normal school at Alva, of they choose to sond their boys and girls so far from home. Those farmers of HaVmon Coun...

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 June 1916

THB DVRAKT WEBKLT HXW8 VltKDAY, ,VINK 2, 101 0. i MOHE DIFFICULTIES FOR INITIATED HILLS. Itov. Xuvler Sutton, noted Chicago ledum, v ho Is giving a series of loc tureB hero under tho auspices of the loeul Catholic Church. No Appropriation for Printing 1'nbU city l'nnmhlcls. No ArgunwMit gnltiHt Sornlulhtlc Mensuicn if They llo 1'rlntcd. Oklahoma City, Ok.. May 31. An other phase of tho maze of difficul tly that has coino to onvlron tho Ini tiative In this Stato Is found In tho status of tho proposed laws filed by tlo Socialism in Initiative nntit.lmis UCith the Sociotary of Stato that are to be submitted to tho votorg at the November election. Thuro, in no inon- appropriated for paymont of tho 'at of tho publicity pamphlots ro- 1 (lulled by law, tho sum of $8,000 pro Ivtded by tho recent legislature for i flint Item being barely adequate for I tb" nxnehsa of those Items In the I I on lug August election. , toother matter In this connection tl8 the provision of tho Jaw and the 'opini...

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 June 1916

,w-WgJM)-"',-1r ' ' 6 1HI DURANY WVBKLT K8W8 FRIDAY, JtMH 2. OiG. An Increase in Flour Sales Our Sales on Albatross and Myers Model are increasing daily. Why not come in and get a sack and Be convinced that it is THE BEST. ' Sold Under a Strict Guarantee Satisfaction or Your Money Refunded DOWNING GROCERY CO. PHONE 51 Acme Don't delay getting ropalrs, doaly of ton coats money. Wi carry a good assortment o ro pnlrs In stock. Binder S. P. Davis Hardware Co- TEN DOLLARS TO BE CIV- EN FOH A NASI IS. Business People to Put on n Sort of Indoor Summer Exposition But tiro Up In tho Air for n Nnmo to Give Ten dollars In real American mon ey" for a suggestion of a name that will be ncccptalbo to a committee se lected to pick one, is tho offer the Durant News Is Instructed to make to those who read its columns. And hero Is the why and tho whereforo of it all. Durant business peoplo are plan ning for a sort of a Homo Productn Exposition, a Trade at Home Show, and Bryan County First Exhibition o...

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 June 1916

!EKS r'4W FRIDAY, JUNK 2, 101(1. TAB DtllANT WBHKtjT NEWS '$b$8$SS$$JS3$3$ 4 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS j $3$ s $ J3 $, J : $s J t .J " ri.nfim (jr-rtfMiifiiiwKWtrti ,, let inaorlion May 1$), 1J1G. Gth Insertion Juno 15, 1016. iMato of Oklahoma, rtc 88. cunty of Bryan. n the District Court In and for srtld County and State. Mrs. Mary McCluro, . . . , . . . ,PIalnir t vs. No.2362. . M. Ferguson and . s Ann Ferguson .Defendants .NOTICE OF SALE OF ItEATi ES TATE Undor Special Execution and Order or Sale Notlco is hereby given that in pur- Siuance of a special execution and or der of sale issued out of tho District (Sourt In and for Bryan County, Okla homa,, on the 16th day of May, A. ID., 1C1G, In an action wkeroln Mrs. plary McClure was plaintiff, and C. M. Ferguson and Luo Ann Ferguson wero defendants, directed to me, the undersigned Sheriff of Bryan Coun ty, Oklahoma, commanding ino tc ievy upon and soli tho following de scribed property, to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, S and 9. in Bloc...

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 June 1916

. . -.$ tmKMr.t nmmimw V -.- ifjumtSf?-- S- s BSHS McAtilSTtfU &RANCH NOIbkAL. The Pittsburg County branch of the Santlieostorn stato normal Bohool nt Dnrant. formerly oponed for tho hearing of classes this mornlni; at 7 s'oloo.k nt tho hlghs school building. Tho largo enrollment of the first two days vrnH considerably Increnccd to day and thoBo In charge say moro will rogistcr before tho close of tho week. "With 2R7 students enrolled beforo noon and a total attcndlnco of 400 assured before tho close of tho first "week, exceeding tho most snngutne predictions of Director W. T. Dodson uf Durant and Suporlntondont T. T. lowlfl, tho McAIestor branch or tho Southeastern Stato Normal school was ready this afternoon to begin the grind of recitations and examinations comprising tho ten weeks of the sum mer term. Director W. T. Dodson, who fills the chair of history and government In the Southeastern normal at Du rant nnd has bo6n detailed to pre side over the local school, declared tod...

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. — 9 June 1916

r i 1 X r DURANT WEEKLY NEWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF BBYAN COUNTY VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOIMA, , FRIDAY, JUNK 0, 101(1. NUMBER TWENTY-TWO Bb""" ' wipwn . 'BUTTING IN LOCAL POLITIC "Waggoner Attornoy, Father of Slain Boy, Proposes to Stump County for Any Man WIio Will Oppose Super intendent Mcintosh. I UiSBlfl Jess. G. Watts of Waggoner, Okla &6ma, a practicing lawyer of that Wwn, and tho fathor oftho Watts boy who was killed in a shooting scrnpo iir 'tho "basement -of tho Waggoner school houso and for -whoso murder Corloy MsDarmont Is facing trial, la "Credited with- the -statement hero Monday that ho will stump tho coun ty of Bryan for any man -who -will run against County Suporintendont It. K. Mcintosh for ro-oloctlon. Tho asser tion, together -with much othre talk, was mado Monday afternoon in tho tailor shop of Bledsoo Brolhors, on Third Avonuo, in tho prespneo of "Slim" Bledsoo, Bon Cudd, Ralph Daugherty, Reedy Jennings and oth ers. Tho Btatoment with which Watts Is credited is ...

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. — 9 June 1916

WHS"!-, "" , THE DtJRANT WEJfjKLT IfW8 FRIDAY, JNE 0, ft) 10. MelNTOSlI ANNOUNCES GAN- JMDAOV VOR lllMCLKCVriON. j lrusunl Incumbent of County Super Intonrioiit's Offlco Seeks tlio Office Again On His Record During 11 10 PfisStfiit Turin. The News' announcement column this week carries the name of Prof itotibrt K. Mcintosh, county suporin londont, who Is seeking ro-oloctlon tp Democratic primary, August 1, 191G Mr- Mslntosh is serving his 'first 1enjl lis county superintendent nml 'will ask (lib votors to support him for rc-olaatlon based upon his rocord in the ofooo the first term. As an etlu-. OHtqr ho .undoubtedly rnnks High In this part' of the Bttue. For st yonrs he taught school in Bryan county, two yonrs as a rural school tenchor, one year as principal of the Platter public schools xnd threo yonrs as the principal of the Bennington public Softools. In all of which positions hu infttto food to the fullest degree. As county superintendent he, has put, his ,full timo In on the j...

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. — 9 June 1916

NEW STATION WILL BE A MODEL OF ATTRACTIVENESS Whal Would WeDof Wftprf Sugar? ' ESSgg?" ll iimhii I'Hiiinniiinni'H iiijin iiiiH I ii I i wi ii mil i ii p hi 111 1 ihwihi ii i mhiihii I hwiihiihi jj. I; THE CITY GROCERY Carries a complete line of Groceries par excellenceWe feel that ., every,, customer who leaves our store pleas ed is the best' advertisement "ecan receive thats why we try toJgiVS satisfaction with every purchase ' ' EVERYTHING SANITARY Give us your patrdftage we appreciate it. - - Bring us your COUNTRY PRODUCE. AH Kinds of Feed and Grain Products lie City "Grocery . J. CLIFFORD COLLIER, Proprietor 205 West Alain Street THE AWFUL TRUTH ABOUT MEXICO Tho following artlclo from tno cur Tont issue of Leslie's Weekly la Writ ten by Senior F. J. Arlzn, for many years managing editor of "El Impar clal," one of Mexico C'ty'B leading nowspapers. Sonior Ariza, one of tho better class of Mexicans, was forcod to seek refuge In the United States when tho Carranza do facto govern. i...

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 June 1916

KJ DurantWeekly New Official Paper of Bryrth County. By E. M. Evans, Published every Friday nt 114 North Third Avohuc, Durnnt, Okla. Entered an Sccond-Clnsa Mall Matter at tho pbstiOfflco at, Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of Harch 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. Six Months 50 Por Year $1.00 Invariably Cash In Advance i i i Tho publisher resorvos the right to reject any advertisement offorod for publication in tho Novrs, which way bo deemed objeotlonablo for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho eharacter, standing, or reputation of any porson or persons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-stntoment which may appear in the columns Of tho Nows -will bo gladly , corrected upon its being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. FRIDAY, .TUNE 9, 1010. ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper is authorized to an' nounco tho following candidates for fflco, subject to tho action of the rotors at tho Democratic Primary of August 1, 1916: For Sheriff EARLY ZION CLIPPER HAMILTON JdfelN'A. PH...

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. — 9 June 1916

IV 3 I. rJVWBs'm 41f wjmtumivmm''llfi 3R32389 sgawvyH Ladies You Can't Afford to pass these bargains we, are offering indresses for summer. Lawns, Organdies, bemjtics, Voiles and vory ifrljtty Loco cloth, whitfu will mnko .vory beautiful And esonomlcal Slim mer Dresses; prlcod from lOe t6;35c JSd Two hundred lodjoa "Houso and Street Dresses Ginghams, Percales nnd fancy Lawns, reg ular prlsfc $lt $1,50 nnd ?2. now 69c, 89c, 95c Wo have a "very beautiful line o DressClnghams, justtbe' Very thing for children's Dross esf price from t 8c to lOcfe. Also children's ready made Drosses,- chbapor than you dan buy the goods and make them, priced 23c, 49c, 95c INSPECT TlfESB BARGAINS BEFORE YOU IJUV. Remember, wo havo , moved to 125 W. Main Srteet, JJ)Jg' Visit our Shoe Depart in on t. Wo con please you in all your needs. scifeais 2TBEW" LIVE STOCK BREE ERS ASSOCIATION RutlmslnHtlc Meeting at tho Houso Tuesday Afternoon. Foi4 anil Ilvitcr Llvo Rtocli. Court I'lnn ATTE1HPTED ESCAPE. Prisoners i...

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. — 9 June 1916

'"nmfff'rtrftftu. TUB DUiVANT WSKKLt WS - HanHanininiainnnoHMBaanaaiBHMHnnBaBntiBaBnaaaaannBnin NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Nuvnl IJiittlt. The greatest naval Canada (Solng Di'j.. Tho province battlo in modern times was fought In, of. Manitoba, Canada, has gone for iho North Sea May 31et bot,woen a prohibition after a century of booze. artnloB began tholr long oxpoctod ot- i i ....... waa general ovor tills portion: 6f the CHUCK ItAISKft HOUND OVER. Sixth from Main straight to tue nor Stale, eamo juBt nt tho right timo to i In Jujitlco Shannon's oourt Wad-1 ninl. another tarttp( out Elm from help finish off tho oat crop in nleo licsday. OboTge Wallnv was bound j third to Slxtlu thehso to tho normal, Hhdiiif ruinmillriL' to tha fnvmer. ufnvr to district conrt tindor S50') I another starting oUl LiVO Oalt fron j-Oattj are-maturing rapidly and har- bond on a chodk rafting charge. WW-j Third to Sixth, thonse to tho normal vftstlng will probably be In full-swing lor rerolvod a cliock ...

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