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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 9 June 1916

FIUDaX JUNK 0, 1010- - ' ik THE DUnANT WEEKLY N13W.I ' .ja t' ' : -r; ,.n. . fy 4 Hi ;'.. :, v -0 $ LEGAL ..ADVERTISEMENTS ....;,-., 1st Insortlort May' 19, 1916. nth insertion Jujio 15, 191B. ' , Stato of OklatfonulT 1. . ; T SS. , County or Bryan. In the District Court In and for said County and Sjato. Mrs. Mary McOluVo, .'.,.,. . rpinlnlff vs. No,2362, C. M. vForguson and . Luo Ann Ferguson Defendants NOTICE OF 'BALE OF HEAL KS TATE Under Special Execution nnd Order of 8fe. Notice 1b hereby glvon that In pur suance of a special oxecution nnd pri mer of. sale Issued out of the District Court in and for Bryan County, Okla homa, on the 16th day of May, A. J)., 1016, In an action wherein Mrs. Mary McCluro irah plaintiff, and 0. M. Ferguson and Luc Ann Eorguson wero defendants, directed to me, the undersigned Shoriff of Bryan Coun ty, Oklahoma; commanding mo to levy upon and sell the following de scribed property, to-wlt: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 0, in Block 25, In-the incorpor...

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. — 9 June 1916

8 . 4 in-" ! '''' " iwmiiiliihuiwb f THOUSANDS CAST PRESIDENTIAL y 1 Results of Nation Wide Poll, In Which This Newspaper and Five Hundred Others Participated. 9t-4 b APPENDED will be found tho re- suit of the nation wide presl j"3L dcntlnl straw vote polled by the American Press Aasocln Mon whlcti was conducted In this sec lion by this newspaper find In which nbout COO other newspapers took part. There was tho widest Interest In tho rote, and the expressions oC opinion from nil parta of tho country tiro par llculaily Interesting at this time. Not n years has thcro been such n trcmcu 4I0113 amount of speculation In tho out--come of the national election. I Comment by the Voters. In the bnllols received by tho various newspapers arc Interesting bits of com ment by the voter. Referring to Mr. "Wilson, ouo voter says: "Never swap horsos crossing a stream." Another says: "He should be ro-clected because ho Sept ofT war." Still another observes: "One good term deserves another." Followin...

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. — 16 June 1916

I Durant Weekly News OFFICIAL l'APldlf OP HltY'AK COUNTY VOLUME XX. TTW DURANT, OJCLAJIOMA, Fill DAY, JUNE 10, 10 1 (J. NUMUEH TWKNTY-FOUR MeDABMENT'S TRIM IS ON Testimony Sccias Of , fcntlant. Muskogt, Crowded. for Do . Room NOTED EDUCATOR APPEARED HERE IMrid Stair Jordon, President of Lc- mini au.nford University find Fn mous on Two Continents, Spoke to Hummer Students. . MuBkogcc, Okln., Juno'lTJ it i iv unuiir rvi nnrn .iifiin r w vrvuifcij iiunai -- it iiiil ... .. prove to bo one of the most blttei. &. I' , ..D'' .r Juno Dav,d stft' 'n i TtJL , fought criminal cases over tried ..AJUBkogeo County District Court wts culled -horo Monday, morning whon Cprley P. Mcparment, tho youthful school teacher from the Waggoner IUgh School, formerly n Durnnt boy, faced trial for tho murder of Edgar Watts, ono of his pupils, Tho star witness for the prosecution was Clark "Moss, another pupil, who .was In the basotuont whero tho killing oc curred, and who wan hlmBelf wound ed. Moss's testi...

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. — 16 June 1916

??.-&".: j-lWWn Wt i nWi MMt H N'M'iii' Wim .. Jw.SSfe.VJiL n ii rn iitfil ft. flfat r 1 1 , ,, . ; "-?' t U...M .ftiil fr-wMswrti in i MtmiiWfcfriwiOwMiilwr i wnau'i n gin ' j 2 IRK DURANT WSHXXiX N1WS FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1010. . Jlnnouncermnt of The DODGE Bros. AUTO AGENCY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This will advlso you that THE THOMPSON MOTOtt SALES COMPANY OF DUKANT, OKLAHOMA, havo this day closed con tract with the Dodgo Brothers Motor Company to roprcsont thorn In Bryan County for tho following year, ending Juno 30, 1917. (Signed) DODGE BROS. MOTOR CO. Per RAY L. BEEDE, 1 Servlco Salesman. We take this means of announcing to the public that wo have the agency for tho Dodgo Bros. Motor Cars that thoro may be no misunder standing in regard to tho bona fido agents for this popular and efficient automobile We invite every one who is interested In this car, or in buying any kind of car, to see our manager, Mr. Leo Thompson, at the State Na tional Bank at once. We will have an office ...

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. — 16 June 1916

THB DUItANT WBBKLr NBffB 3 t 95, rtiyyg fiubav, smm 19, I10. NOT TOO LATE TO $(J'5$J3'3J2 ff Why HaltYe Between Two Opinions? When such opportunities confront you daily? -t. -' Why fiqt spend' your money for results? ' ..-..- Tlic followingpriccs arc a few for the many bargains vc have to offer for the next 15 days: High patent (hard dQ.75 wheat)Icader flourP" 600 doz. fruit jars toC sell at 50 and . . v3C 1gallon Mason Cjl jars, per doz. vut 1gallon Mason C 2 Jars per doz. vl High patent Sweet tfQ.65 Rose flour . . . P grow feed crops. By John M. White, District Agent.) iS Tho binders nro running this week s $ GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Soft wheat Lilly d9.00 heat Lilly tQ flou Granulated sugar d .00 12 pounds for . P Cash Flour & Feed Store F. F. ALLEN, Manager Corner 2nd and Evergreen Durant, Oklahoma MRS. LASALLE O. PICKETT LaSallo Corboll Pickett, widow or General Pickett, one of tho bravest of tho Confcdorato leaders in tho ctvll War io coming to our Oheutauqua with an Intimate p...

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. — 16 June 1916

4CC '32 Durant Weekly News Official Papc ojf Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. Published oviery Friday lit 114 North Third Avenue, 'Durant, Okla. Catered as Sccond-Clnsu Mntl Matter nt tho post office at Durnnt, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates, fllx Months 50 Per' Year $1.00 Invariably Cash In Advance. Tho publisher rcsorvos tho right to reject any advertisement offorod for publication in tho News, -which aaay bo deomed objectionable for any reason. . Any erroneous reflection oh tho character, standing, or reputation of imy person or persons, firm or cor ooratlon, and any mis-statement which may appear in tho columns of tho News will bo gladly corrected npon its being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. luctantly that thoy Iiavo retired to now positions. The newspapers pub lish such gains or losses in great headlines. : " But what of tho HVos that each tri fling gain costs7 t Take this baltlo in tho North Soa Inst woek, for instance. Berli...

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. — 16 June 1916

TMB lxrttAN Wfifelrt 8BWr ,,r,.mu,.Mu,,,.rmjr. jiaagg mtmammmmmmmm fe I f i if i nl ,. u,t t. t HOME REMOVAL NOTICE WMMmnMlllMIIMIIIlllIWIllIMIIWllWBla The war does not effect the price or quality of aTOW 'f I take., this means of notifying my "friends ' and patrons that I have moved my place of "business from the Harvey Building on north third avenue to the Hortort Building on the north side of Main fetrect, west of First avc. Lowry Investment Company Fred Lowry, Manager . tmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmMammmmmmammmmmmmf' : MVK STOCK MARKET. Kansas City Stock Yards, Juno 13, 1916.- Washouts in tho South di verted some auaran'lno cattlo des tined to St. Louis to this market to day, which, added to a healthy run from local territory, mado a total Bupply of 11,000 head, a. liberal run. There- was a big delegation of prime cattlo, and sales of car lots ranged up to $11.25, with odd head at $11.- 3G, now high prices for- this year, 000,000 hORB, two million tnoro than a'airio tjinlast year, 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. — 16 June 1916

zsrzi IcinmAV 'Xfiafi'm cn III DURANT WttHKfcX JTMWg FRIDAY, JONS i M .. in ii ii mi vi " '"-t 222 MHHHkHiaHi AHBBaaBBHBBBHBBtHaSnnmBnjlllBa.Lf1l'' ii - . Wl-iw . Do You Want to Save Money? IP YOU I0 in.ES COME TO US FOR YOUR Furniture and House Furnishing and Any thing You Need in Your Home Our prices, villi quality considered, nro Iho lowest, and wo don't cut prices on ono cuticle as a lender to you and rniso prices on tho rest of your bill, but make you a logltimatc prlco ou ierythlnp you buy. OUR ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE GIVES YOU A 3FLE0 XI ON THAT WILL PLEASE YOU. REMEMBER Wo will fui-nibh iov homo on tho installment plan. S. BONNEAU & SONS Wo BUY OR TRADE FOR SECOND WAND FURNITURE 123-125 N. 2nd Ave. Durant, Oklahoma aa I DURANT OAR RAN DOWN DENISON CHILD. Ada Freeman, the littlo daughter of Mrs. Olivia Freeman, G07 West Main street, was run over and sor iouBly Injured by an automobllo driv en by W. II. Wright of Durant Sat urday morning about 10 o'clock at iho corner of M...

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. — 16 June 1916

Mt-m. VIUDAY, JUNK id, 1010. THE BT7RANT i i. in M ii ii mm WBHKXiT NSWS IW1WII ' J ULU "' MHO A 3 I & LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS & & 4 i4S,t'5,4S'4S'$$t$'$3 1st Insertion May 10, 191G. Gtli Insertion Juno 16, 1916.' State of Oklahoma, " Is. County of Dryan. Itt tho District Court In and- foruad County and State. Mrs. Mary McCluro,. . . ,. . .Plalniff vs. No.2362. C M. Forguson and liuo Ann Ferguson. .... .Defendants NOTICE OF SALE OF JREAL ES- TATE ", Under Spcclnl 'Execution nnd Order of Sale. Notice Is hereby given that In pur fiuanco of a special execution and or dor of salo 'Issued oat of tho district Court in and for Bryan Ctuafcy, Okla homa, on tho 16 th day of May, A. D., 1016, In an action wkoreln Mrs. Mar)' McClure was ulahttlff, and C. M. Ferguson and Lite Ann Ferguson "vvoro defendants, directed to me, tho undersigned Sheriff of Bryan Coun ty, Oklahoma, commanding mo to levy upon and sell the following de scribed property, to-wlt: Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, G, 6, 7, 8 and 9,...

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. — 16 June 1916

t. . it'Vi ', u . m'w V . m-j-u PERKINS BROS. CO v JUNE ECONOMY ('if I MB 3 .. TEtE bUltANT WKEKJDY NHWB . , . FIttPAY JUNE 16, 1010 H - . , HBWW BB H THE PLACE MOST PEOPLE TRADE r f ' In"" f II . am L ,aiJffW- Poplin Dresses A numbor of rtew Poplin Dress es that have been so popular this season, in blue, green, tan, gray, rose and black, white Organdy collars and cuffs, sheered and ombroldored belt effects. Two prices only, AC QC $4.05 and at ;$Ui3J Silk and PalmBeach . Skirts PALM BEACH In plain and awn ing stripes, yellow, blue and laven tier; very new $5.00 and q nr $6.00 values, Juno Sale prlco.$uiOu SILK SKIRTS Blue and black Torfeta, with white stripes;, a very nifty and attractive number, a good value nt QK $8.85, June Sale price JpdiuJ V- June Is Tour Summer Buying Month Perkins Bros. Is The Place To Do That Buying. ECONOMY is the basis of all business success. This is the economy store. The store of highest quality and lowest prices. Full value for your dollar every time. ...

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. — 23 June 1916

- iH- .-' '&$';f?Wlg& AVVffsS? j, 3m OFFICIAL PAVER pi)1 DRVAN COUNTY . ij . . , . .... ., . Mews v A. - -...." - T mj --- - .- -. - --- ,-r-- -- I.M ' Ik..'.-' . .. ;-te?k 3: sc I MnnSni Mintmnii'iin i n. i i.'ii i Lhhm ... i . iv miim'w DUIt ANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE Jt, .1010. ' '" I l.llllfliVl II. AMERICAN CAVALRY LURED INTO AMBUSH BY MEXICANS; 40 KILLED G 4i & 4 i' ?$ ? "S $ 3 ? V ..-, " S 'WASHINGTON, P. C 2 I', fa. $ JUNK 22 SENATOR WEEKS 4 BS JUST tNTRODUCBl) IN $ THE SENATE A RESOLUTION 4 ? AUTHORIZING THE AMERI- VOAN ARMY TO INVADE MEX- S ICO. . $ $ 8 $ ? ,.& 8 ? f , S e $ 1 3 fit Hundred Jinicrlcans Opposed iSwcrril Thousand Mexicans and Retired After Losses. Many Mcxi cniwDeafl, Xorhlng Scir.ca Mexi can Tonus. . Five hundred ttoops, 6f the 10th American Cavalry -wore lyred Into ambileh Wednesday by a flog of truce when they wore attacked- by a vastly superior force - of several thousand Mexicans, and forty Amorlcans had beon mowed down by a machine gun...

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. — 23 June 1916

'J.' F IRE DTJRArTT WEKKL7 NHW8 FRIDAY. JUNK 20, 1010. i i if 1 i i ; I i M 1 m M s Electrical ouse Servants We are offering during the next few weeks exceptional bargains Electrical Labor Saving Devices ook Electrica WHinim Uy Just think; for a very small invest ment you can own an ELECTRI CAL COMBINATION STOVE for the preparing of light meals, elimi nating the firing up of arrange or the generating of an oil stove. A Coffee Percolator furnishes the final touch to an ideal table set, ALL for a small investment and cheap operating cost Electric Washer We have on display at our offices an Electrical Washing Machine that will solve your laundry, trou bles. Call at our office for demon stration of this labor savingclevice Electric Irons xLet us send you out a ten-year guaranteed IRON costs less than 5 cents per hour to operate ack Rabbit ewing Machine Motors Can be attached to any Sewing Machine and can be operated 1 0 " hours for 1 cent Electr ic Fan s LAUGH at the hot weather by owni...

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. — 23 June 1916

ST3E i'ii'mi ii'Yii'Ti'fii yi inn in id ii i mimm mm I v I- "THE BEST SERVICE" Pjritatte Money for Farm Loans See i' J i i-!i'.& '. ;J. G. WITHERSPOON 126 N. Third Avenue ?1r"-fe". -- JinJt?. rMt'-"-v J? "rJ !T1" .' " ""' tij ""'"'j1 ft' r ii a i i ..-.I ,! rst EN! . , H rnalcoa no difference the &lzyot tho house you want.td build, we can uply yotir overy requirement la its construction. We have 4 hlg etbck of building material on hand' at prosent and koop our tock replenished from time to tlmo of tho best quality, which wi afrer you at fair valuo. Uo BUre to see ub before you place your jrder. Your business will be appreciated and In roturn for name we guarantee, satisfaction in erc-ty particular. "Build You a Home" ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. f- . Durant, kla. JvOWER STATE TAX . LEVY PROBABLE. Tho State board of equalisation will bo ready practically two months In advance of prevlouB years to make tho 1917 lovy. The slzo of. tho Stato levy will depend on adjustment of tho gro...

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. — 23 June 1916

; f "y- '- DUrant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan Comity. -' By B. M. EVan9. Published every Friday at 314 North Third Avenue, Duraat, Okla. entered as SccondClaisa Mail Mattor at tho post office at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Bates. Six Months .50 Per Year $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. The publisher reserve tnX right lo rejoot nny advertisement offered for publication in the News, which may bo deomed objectionable for any reason. as many believe, a cuoap political gnat is getting a nico llttlo takeoff on the extra tax monoy that tho schools bonofltted would dorivo as a result of the pftssago of tho moaBiiro. The News Is for Bryan County first, and tho county on tho othor side of the map nfext. Wo Are opposed to any plan to oilpplo Bryan County schools to holp those of some other county and wo boliovo that our friend of the Herald thinks tho aiud way about it. and simply got offfmi tho wrong foot. County Clork MoCroarv will toll ...

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. — 23 June 1916

r i 7 I I' If HI 111 I I i I 'VIm; I y- ' -a mru,. A.jLiii'-imm m. 9Xt 1 C PF 7?! k: At Your F"Ta- I MT IK "- T- ta"I M." II. II s. "VX - AT -J 7 dmm&- X D v niz'awvM m i wVtewi i li'-f'.ViV'-S.v m m - V V M la i) t J m ..: SY r yy. ..,:,.Tr.?S':' .Cr: -v:: iVJ'S n ( " r Hi m i iniiiiimnJii M.nmWwun liiiiilMim in i t inn 111 in. n u ,( m, i itl rn i i vk i CM AXJT TAUQ.UA e r v i c e Our largo lino of Drugs, Sundries, Toilet Artlolo, Palnts, Varnlahes and Confoc tlo'na, Is at your sorvjco. We havo It, If It js our line. One call ni cans continued patron ogo. .1 THE CRESCENT DRUG biv G. W. LlNDTiEYtMaaeer Main Street Purniit, OMa. y- , OUR NEW SHOW ROOM ' tu Is reacly for your visit, We have on display everything electricand! will delight irfr showing you the economy ' " of doing your cooking, ironing, sewing and other work oy electricity. We can serve you well in electric fans. M. D.MICHAEL ...Third Ave. M M ? ' v. jr m m -? ,H W ( .: -'' - .- '.- '-Vgiandle Pquffryggiins,' Gard...

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. — 23 June 1916

fii-frftflftift i-aMM." wi'i' 'Jimi' '' 'J'!. iP'jilt.tffcJSi BBSS MjWWwy!) Why Halt Ye Between Two Opinions? When such opportunities confront you daily?. Why not spend your 'money for results? The following prices are a few for the many bargains we have to offer for the next 15 days: 'J'S' s GENERAL NEWS NOTES. $3$3S45S3$8.$!$33 School Land Sales Sales of school lands in Texas County, Oklahoma, wore most satisfactory to tho snlos forco of tho commission, tracts num- TELL9 OF ENGINE " TILVT EXTIODED. Old James, Dnrant man, profes sional brakeman, who was breaking nhoad on tho ill-fated M.k 0. & G train, tho ongino of which oxplodod at Hoffman three months ago, is at homo recuperating from his injuries after his dlachargo from tho Musko gco hospital, where ho lingored ho uonng .st, wore soiu.oui y nau twoon Ufe and dcath tor tw0 monthB hnmi ntlvnt'Mexnrl rnr niiln Tim nil. praisomont of theso lands was $732,- 325. Tho Bales aggregated $1,094, 143. Tho number of acres sold was 107...

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. — 23 June 1916

VrJSBAyl r? WKWAX, June 33( lOiO. THE DURANT WKBKIjt JTBWS l"IMPH' " b ' ' -; LEGAL AJJVRTI8EMENT9' $ 0S3$$arSS$3&$3fcj2fc , ... v .. a .;. w"N""i"vwy Wii ivyVw . First ihsortlorf Juno 2, 10J6 Fifth Insertion June SoVloR NOTICE OF BllEUIFF'B SALE I OV LAND. , Kotloo Is horcby glvon thaIn put' suanco or-nn 'order of Bald .issued out of tho District Court of Bryan County, Oklahoma, on tho 31st day of May. A. D. 1916, in nn action wherein tho Northern Assuranco Company of Michigan, a corporation, 13 plaintiff, and Cordelia A. a ray, Hansom E. Gray, William S. Murphy, Uttcrbacff & MacDonald, a co-partnership composed of W. E. Utter6aclc and D. S. MacDonald, tho Conserva tive Loan Company, a corporation, Goldman Grocer Company, a corpora tion composed of Abo Goldmen, Ben, F. Goldman, Louis Goldman, Law rence Goldman and Alfred Goldman, Pittman & Harrison Company, a cor poration, and Baldwin Flanp Compa ny, a corporation, are defendants, di rected to mo, tho undersigned Sherif...

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. — 23 June 1916

lB v"-.- &-, ,1!-t0& . vtwitoiiMc v$mat Atttmmt 8 IRl DCRAHT W'DlXLt X1W8 fjwday, jixe ito, 1P16, '!. CUraOUS COINCIDENCE IN ItEGISTRATION, no IJok It Independent. Rcnubll fsuiM nn(t Socinltafa Each Havo n Minority iu Two and -Each Tlo Democrats in One. Tlie more ono studios tho returns rtbe registration of voters in tho wranty, the more interesting and en lightening the thing grows. Wo -would have gambled our last cent that not a voting box in the county was independent, but tho roturn3 show, that Lake WeBt box registered 3 Independents, as against only 33 r all political party affiliations. Then- again, tho republicans find socialist e each have pluralities in two boxes and each is tiod up with 4&e democrats in one box. Tho re publican boxes aro Cado and Hendrlx. At Cade they have only three less 4ban. the combined registration of tolli democratfi and republicans. At 'fltmrtrix 1hcy 4-7, .Just tree more than &o democrats. Thoy tied up with democrats at Yarnay, each...

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. — 30 June 1916

"H "'.' OFFICIAL PAP fill OP BHl'AK COUNT!' DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, 4lTNK 30, 1010. NUMJ1KH TWENTY-SIX VOLUME X. NWS DURANT Weekly s WHY NOlXPL TROOPS PASSING ESTATE EXCHANGE Co-Opcratlvc Effort In Properly Showing Off Bryan County1 Be nourccN Would llnvo Good Kffcct Upon Land Buyers. THROUGH DURANT Twenty-two Train Loads Delivered to Katy at St. Louis Wcdncsdcy Nlhtp Other Trains Sidetracked. The Idea of a Real Estate Ex change, such as-many of the sltles In tlto older States have, has boon sug gested for Durant, and would with out doubt bo worth to tho county and the city what effort would be re quired to organize and equip such an Institution. Tho plan is that of procuring quar ters oh tho principal street, pact which all po'rsons coming Into tho city must go on their way to the ho tels and up town. Tho building would bo profusely decorated and filled with exhibits of the various farina or othor products of tho coun ty and its resources would bo on hand. Some one employed by 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. — 30 June 1916

a 3HI CRAJIT WBBKXj? KIWI PIUPAV, JUNE 80, 1016. ? i ED SPEAIRS FOR County Commissioner District No. 1 RE-ELECTION Democratic Primary AN OUTRAGE OUS SCHEME Itusscll Would Ikmcflt Financially From Vitalizatlon of Section 12-A. "Woohl Have Demoralizing Effect Uion Schools of the State. The following is a copy of Senator Russell's Vitalizing- Bill bolng ini tiated by him for the purpose of vit alizing 12-A. Road carefully para grap five. 1. Section 12-A. For tho purpose of maintaining tho common schools of this Statp an annual tax is hereby levied upon tho property of every railroad company, pipe lino company, telograph company, and upon the property of every Jpubllc service cor poration which oporntcs in more ' than ono county in the State; such tax to bo equal (as near as may be) to the average rate of tax levied upon other property in this State for liko purposes. 2. For the purpose of determining the rate of levy to bo applied to the property coming under tho provisions of this sec...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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