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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 July 1916

TUB BUUANT WMKCX KICWI m K9BSxKS!(BB(9K)2ICSSBH P,IM.rV!tA IWHEyWKTWwwlrwwj a as- ORPHEUM THEATRE 4 CHARLIE CHAPLIN 'ButtEsouroN1 Wre -opening, SATURDAY, JULY 15th 17 Prices 5 & 10c CARM EN Matinee 2 p.m. Night 7 p.m. .-: , FnlUAY JULY t 01C. MONDAY, JULY 17 KATHLYN WILLIAMS) ' Presenting 7 HThe Rosary Prom thofamous work &nCT play of Edward Roso. A mag. nlficiont play by '$. SELIG . . r t . K TUESDAY JULY 18 TRt'vLNYiLE '1AY .v. - -o oo.fl? : U-Jte,, ;.r v Ohfl 'of vitli ' prettiest comedy- dramas you over saw. t v V boont 'MlfcU'Thta. Ono . -U WEDNESDAY, JULY 19 -THEDA BAUA- IN ;, vT;,Srpeat A startling and tremendously powerful 'drama ' A Fox Production ' THURSDAY, JULY 20 FORMAL OPENING DAY Beginning Gloria's Romance WITH BILLIE BURKE A motion plcturo novel by Mr, , and Mrs. Rupert Hughes, also Burton Holra-as Travelogue Bray Cartoons Paramount Pictograph A program for everybody FRIDAY, JULY 21 TRIANGLE DAY , Betty of Graystpne Presenting ' ' BESSIE BARRISCALE also -A KE...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 July 1916

-$!$&3 l)J THR DUItANT WKKStliT KRW FRHAY, JULY 14, 1PI& UMiin i ii umimmi'iiiiniif ii in nniw I . J& Constitutional Amendment Would Bankrupt Eighteen Bryan County Districts Effect of the Adoption of 12-A, its Advocated by Campbell Uus.scll, Shown as to School Districts, 5, 13, 22, 23,' 24, 20, 27, 33, 84, 36, 30, 40, 41, 48, 51, 02, 50 end 00. If perchance tho adoption of Sec tion 12-A of tho constitution should be acted upon favorably, as advocat- ted by Campbell Russell, eighteen of Bryan County's school districts would utterly ho bankrupted and de vested beyond the hope of repair, The districts thus affected are enum erated above, and it is tho purpose of this article to give in actual figures the effect upon each district having railroad lines through them, if tho adoption of this amendment Bhould carry. District Five. Of this district 43 per cont of able values are those of public serv ice corporations, and there aro 665 school Bhlldrcn in this district. The acfleo...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 July 1916

FJUDATT, JULY 14, 1910. THIS BURANtf l Ml .111 I.MWWHIIWmaWMI WHIKLT NWWa assassassse: 5B8H yyy I h 4 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $ pJ-S'Nri.-.-u'i.-iri'K-wrti''i'''ii'i'w''ww"'"-i-w.-.rw-M-iirinif,w st insertion Juno 16, 191C, th insertion July 14, 1916. tato of Oklohoma, liryan County, to-wlti ,'4- In thn Dlnmct. Court in ami for Haiti County and State. Ttinn fnrfw 101 ,Tlola Holland .' .Plaintiff ff vb. No. 2620. N .In tin TT ITnlldnrl ...... Tlnfnnrlant i ;r r :; a ,y : : .vr : JOHN ir. HOLLAND: Tho defendant, John II. Holland, 1b horoby notlftod that ho has boon sued by Viola Holland, and must an Hwor tho petition filed by tho plain tiff on or boforo tho 29th day of July 1916, or the said petition will bo tak en as truo and judgment for absolutoJ dlvorco and restoration of maiden name will bo ronderod accordingly. WITNESS my official Btgnaturo and seal this tho 13th day of June, 1916. W. A. JONES, Court Clerk. LACY GRIMES, Deputy, 'tterback &. MacDonald, Attornoys for Plaintiff. r...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 July 1916

0 9MB UKAXT WBXXIiT UW FUIDAV, .TULY 14, lfllO. SHAKE UP IN THE DURANT FIRE DEP'T. Mayor Suspended Chief nml Assist ant Thursday Morning and Coun cil Hc-Instntodi Them tho Same Evening. Thursday morning Mayor Ynr brough suspended from the flro do TartniQnt Chief Charles Huobr and Assistant Chief Herbert Yougor. The suspensions wote made for alleged dereliction of duty and failure to ob tain and hold proper servlco In tho department. Tho matter had been bcfoic the council on several occas ions and charges and counter chnrg rs woro made by department mem bers against others. Under tho law tho chief Is responsible for tho con duct and work of tho department and Is held responsible to the council for It. Thero haB boon a tendoncy to call individual members of tho de partment on tho carpet before the council over potty grievances, but several members of the council de plore such action, nnd are opposing a recurrence of It. Tho mayor gave as his reason for tbo suspension in tho notice of ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 July 1916

XI sWMfl m&emmmmsmeseamamsn'sm qtuiiimif t .. tnt'.i .mmuoBesossmemeBssm - TUB PtTKAtfT WilKLT KjIWD ( QJEOTMC A PRESIDENT 3 ......... m . . . & V f - a DEMOCRATIC TIOKKT LONG TERM s J. H. Johnston OKLAHOMA CITY r t . , QuAlificatlons Ho has Bpcnt twenty years an expert and traffic manager tn his Hno of work. Knojyq nccda ,pf jobbers and' manufacturers thoroughly. Haajbceir a retnfib"tn Oklahoma CKyBinrolJpi. , la a succ&8fur,'farnVor and atocftnan tn Grady County. Platform t Just strict business, merit, officioncy and economy Who Ho Is t -"-V , - "r "t , - j ,,- This is tho same J. II. Johnston who, bb Traffic Manager of the Oklahoma Traffic Association from 1904 to 1911, secured the freight rates necessary to put Oklahoma City on the map as a whole sale and manufacturing center. Ho got up tho special train In Washington that won Statehood for Oklahoma, and was tho leading jplrlfr in Oklahoma City's fight for tho Capital. He knows rates and tax matters as a lawyer knows...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 July 1916

tua THE DUKANT WEE&LI IfflWS FJUDAY, JULY 14, 1910, SfiS "" BAPTIST ASSOCIATION OltritKl'M OPENS SATURDAY an exceptional film sorvico and as sures the plcturo fans their money's worth or their money back. Tho Bryan County Baptist Asso-1 -The now Orphoum, again In tho olntl6n will meet with tiio Konofick hands of A. J. AlJIson, Durant's pop Baptist church on Wednesday, Aug- rular motion picture mnm is to bo ust the 16th, at 10 a. m., and U I thrown opon tOvtho public Saturday, especially Important that every Bap- ( n new show inside and out One, tlst churcju In Ifrymi Coun'y bo ful-' would hardly recognlao tho placo, BO ly represented nt tho hour of open- many and important chnngos . havc ing. It is to be an important moot; 'been made In appearances. Tho stage Ing of the Association, and tho lion-J and curtain arrangements have bepn oflck church, as wcl as tho -people' ntlroly changed, tho Inside fixtures care for the messongors and vlslton: remodeled, and tho Inside and out wlth...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

DURANT at. OFFICIAL PAPEIl OP BUY AX COUNTY Weekly News i?" "Hi, i u :$' VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FlllDAV, ,7Ul,Y lit, 1010. '' ''" ' NUMBER TWENTY-NINE WRVONIPELA SPECIAllN -C. D. Donaldson Asks Writ of nfcun. damns Compelling Mayor to Call Election to Vote on Snlo .of Citjf Lighting Plant. ' C. D. Donaldson has filed suit in the district court against Mayor Jim Yarbrough and City Clerk Head, In -which ho praya tho court to lsauoa, writ of mandamus compelling the mayor and clork to call a special election to glvo tho people tho op portunity to ratify or reject thedeal recently made wboroby the city's lighting plant was sold to the Du rant Ice and Light Company. The petitioner recites that the council proceeded by ordinance and resolution without tho emergoncy clauso, making it a legislative act, which is unconstitutional, and that same must by law bo referred to tho people. He further states that a petition asking for an election to voto on tho proposition and signed by 25 per ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JVLlf 21, lOlrt 1 I Salesmen Wanted Heat Punch Board deals on earth. Brand now consignment. $5.00 commission an order and repeats. Old reliable. Grove Mfg. Co.. 2562 Cottage Orove. Chicago. wlp DURHAM DUPLEX Safety Razors 100 at 1 0C Each STONE DRUG CO. BEST ROADS IN WHOLE STATE Urynu County Lends All Other Coun ties on Jefferson Highway in Road Improvement. Soon Ilnvo ,i Vino Thoroughfare Across County. 1 ex Special Elastic Wood Preserver A materia! with Merit Food for old and new roofs. FIRE AND WATER PROOF For farther information call or write A. J. SPARGER DURANT .... OKLA. I )5($Jt5!?J)SSS DR. N. L. CORNWELL , Physician and Surgoon DURANT, OKLA. Office, Over Perkins' Storo All calls promptly attended . Day or Night. Office Phono 74. W Night Phone 735 $3$3S$S&S$$333& $ S 3 There Isn't a Chance of Your Being Humbugged If You Vote For Early Zion For Sheriff In the Democratic Primary, Augiist 1 He is Experi enced, Ag gressive and Honest. And W...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

ESC lmiiHv, .ti r,v 21, ioio THE CUnjJII WEEKLY IW .1 S V t & NOTA&LE MEN AMENDMENTS HERE LOOKING AFTER INDIANS SHOULD CARRY I'Mur l'miKMioil CIuuicch in tlio Con stitution Menu Much to Growth nnd Progress of tho Stnto and tlio AVolfnro of Its Citizen. Clmllnian Thnckory, Kxpcrt on In lftn Matter; it. If, Fleming, llro-tlior-ln-Liuv and UiLslnesq AssocI ato of Secretary McAdoo. Durnnt has this wook unknowingly harbored two notable" men in tho af fairs of this Nation,, in Iho persons' 6f Franks A. Thackery and J H. Flam ing, Who constitute tho Federal com mission appointed by tho Socrotary of the Interior to investigate the fitnes3 of restricted Indians for attending to theli own affairs. Mr. Thackery, tho secretary of the commission, is siiid to know more about tho affairs of tho American Indian than any other1' living man. Ho has bean In the In dian sorvlco for twenty-six years, starting at tho bottom as a clurk and working to the top. It Is believed In many quarters that h...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

t 4 hwwjtt.'wb ssssx THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, JULY . 1010 mi n. niimi pinnsa 1 1 111 ii 1 1 1 1 in i r tiCwww S?SSt TO THE VOTERS OP BRYAN COUNTY. I offer myself for re-election to tho otftce of Tax Assessor of Bryan Comi ty for tho second torm. By your suf frage you maintain the integrity of Oils government, retain tho sanctity of your homo nnd tho higher culturo df your Bchoots nnd churches. The school nnd church aro both institu tional factors in civilization, and by tlo development of these two factors xosts the destiny of this nation, as well ns tho people who compose it. Tor these two factors I have given my tlmo and money for fifteen years fjn "Bryan County. Tor reference I refer you to any one who knows me and the life I llv. I am forty-three years of age, was born in Arkansas, on a farm, raised on a farm, and moved to La mar County, Toxns, In 1894 and farmed. Moved to the Indian Terrt tory in 1901, now Bryan County, and am fanning now. 1 own a Binall farm In the north...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

BSKSI , FRIDAY, JULY 21, JOiO THE DURA NT WEEKLY NEWS . .$$ $ ? i $ $$ i ? it f 3 $$'! j 'i Q $ .. k A i i Peanut Meal The whole world knows the feed value of Cotton Seed Meal, but few people Iknow that the latest addi tion to the list of concentrated feeds in the shape of Peanut Meal is a close competitor of Cotton Seed Meal Peanut Meal contains a high percentage of Protein and Fat and is taking rank as ope of the greatest feeds known for cattle, mules, horses, sheep and hogs. Foremilk and butter production it is unequaled. TRY A SAC Ask Your Grocer or Durant Cotton Oil Co. K ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! For the Benefit of Our Customers We Have Opened an ICE SERVICE STATION AT 207 3rd AVE. Open Every Week Day From NOON to 8 p.m. DURANT ICE & LIGHT COMP'Y. - Summer Tourists Fares J to tht $- LEGAL ADVERTI8EMKNTS i j ???'?? S 'J ? 4 "J 3 ?? Y ? kwNV m H m A'1 l 1st insertion July 21, 1916. 3rd insertion Aug. 4, 101G. Stuto of Oklahoma "J (.88 County of Bryan J In tho County Court, in and fo...

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 July 1916

THE D17UANT WRBKLt NEWS FnmAY, JULY 21, lOlff . Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By B. M. Evans. Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avenue, Durant, Okla. Bntered as Second-Class Mall Matter at the post offlco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of CongresB of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. lx Months 50 Per Year .v .......... . $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement offered for publication in the Nowa, which may bo doomed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho haractcr, standing, or roputation of juiy person or porsons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statement which may appear in tho columns of the News will bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 101(1 ANNOUNCEMENTS " This papor to authorised to an nounce the following candidates for office, subject to the action of tho rotors at the Democratic Primary of August 1, 1916:...

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 July 1916

FRIDAY, JULY 21. 101f ii 1 1 .....i. THE DTJRANtf WfiBKIY NEWS & ' rV pi i You $hould Take Advantage of Our V t V July Clearance Sale Your ddllnrs will lo double duty. Everything In tho house- Is marked at grontly reduced ..prlcos.., Nothing has been reserved from this Knlo. ' '-?' ' 4 '' ' ' ' t ?pnco forbids giving n dcUillcd list of titc many bargain to ho found here, hut you should certainly vlwlt our htore and inspect our goods and set our prices before buying. ' ' ;..' Wio will nppreclnto a visit from you whether you buy , or not. Our store Is 'nil now and of tho best quality mid at present price you can he satisfied and save money. i Our stock consists of an upto-dnto lino of Dry Goods, .Ladles' Ready to-Wenr and Furnishings; and Men's Clothing, Shirts and Furnish lugs; and Men's, Women's and Children's Qimllt' Shoe and Low Quarters. Remember Wo Have Moved to 125 W. Main Street. xxy ; I B n - . sm m IW'-' tSTW, r Storo and indies' Kcst Room Are ' Cool and Comfortable "Too...

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 July 1916

8 THE DUB A NT VTEBKLI NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 21, 101C COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS REGULAR SESSION, MONDAY, JULY HD, tM. Tho Boaid of County Commissioners of Bryan County, Oklahoma, met In regular session Monday, July 3rd, 1916. J All membors of tho Board present: Ed. L. Spealrs, Don Hultsmnn, Gray Nickels, Clmlrman of the Board; Henry McCroary, County Clerk. Tho proceedings of tho Inst rogular session woro read and approved. Tho fhsl mattor takon up by tho Board was tho approval or 7C6unty Officers' icports, which woro as follows: Henry McCieury, County Clerk, fees collected, $478.(16. Geo. Harrison, Co'unty Treasurer, fees collected, $2.10. W. A. Jones. Court Clerk, fees collected, $377.65. ' J. A. Mooio, Deputy Court Clerk, fees collected, $1000 (May report) J. A. Mooie, Doputy Court Clerk, fees collected, $15.00 (June deport) Syl Rood, Deputy Court Clerk, fees collected, $49.06 (June report) Syl Heed, Doputy Court Clork. fees collected, $11.35 (Juno ropott) John A. Phllllps.Sherlff.crl...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

u'Wtifprwi! FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1010 iii.iiiii..,ii.i)i. i , THE DUIIANT WEEBCLX NEWS 0 KILLED WIFE, THEN SELF giving burial Instructions. Both hart boon married boforo and had chil dren. Tho tragedy In supposed to hav ebeen tho result of a quarrel ov er hto chlldron. They had boon mar ried fourteen months. Sovoral Du rant people wero In Deulson at tho CONDEMNED HUT NOT TORN DOWN AS YET The old frame Harvey building, on Third Avenue, between tho News of flco and the Pcrklnn Bros, store, tho building that now bourn a placard advising the public that tho ntato fire marshal has ordered it con demned. Tho avowed intention of city officials wns to havo tho shack torn down, as a measure of public safety, but Bo far it hasn't been at tended to. It Is one of tho worst shackB In this or any other town, nnd if not removed will somo day topplo over and kill or cripplo someone, and tho city will then face a damage suit sure onough. There is much opposition devel oping to tho paving on Sixth Avonue...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

10 THE DURANT WICKKLT JfKWS FRIDAY, JULY 21, i 010 "jTmhm". DEPARTMENT UN FAMILIAR WITH LO CAL CONDITIONS Telegram Received by County Aitor ney Threatens Hold-Up of tlio Pay ment Unless Prohibition Tinw Is EnfOJfcd. Cdunty Attornoy Walter Turnbull today recolvad a; telegram from the Indian offlco which shows very clear ly that tho Dop&rtmunt Is in onllro Ignorance of conditions in this coun try. Tho telegram urges county offi cials to enforce tho prohibition law, nnd threatens to hold up on tho In dian per capita payments unless this is done, and assurancos given that it will bo dono. County Attorney Turn; bull's roply will be that tho prohibi tion law is onforcod to tho lettor. and that the habitual drinkers, which we term "rum-hoads". have for months been compelled to seok tholr supply from sources outsido tho confines of the county and State. It is known all ovor tho Stato that thero is not a county anywhoro In "which prohibition Is better enforced than in Bryan county, and i...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

r--saBB'!warj-3-'a'-Trf - t FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1010 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 11 '& V i T i I 4 r f t ' : V if $ (Continued from Pogo 8) NO. 7 TOWNSHIPS Estimated Amount Needed For Culvorts . . . . .... ;. . . . . Bridges Supervisors Labor Dragging Fund . . . . . . w . I Tntnl TCnMtnntnrt Neorin . . Unexpended or surplus balance V. Amount estimated to bo rocelv- t 6d other than tax levy . . .....' Balance to bo raised by tax levy. . . . Tho Board takes a rcceBa until Thursday, July 6th, '1916, at o'clock, A. M. 500.00 600.00 400.00 360.00 1.S50.00 200.00 .200.00 ' , .2,0606p nn .' ..." v 144.00 ., , h , 1,936.00 & Tho Board of County Commissioners of Bryan "County, Oklahoma, mot In regular session on Thursday, July Olh, 1916. L All members o fthe Board prosont: Ed. L. Spoalrs, Ben HUltsmau, Gray Nickels, Chairman; Henry McCreary, Clerk of tho Board. County officers Toports wore approved as follows: S. P. Bryant, Constablo. J. 8. Kirk, Koad Supervisor, Twp. 10. ; r, ' Joe Burke, R...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 July 1916

12 XKB BUKAlfV WH1KLI XMWl v FRIDAY, JILY 1, 1010 jL I If. GENERAL INTEREST NOTES i S $-? 3 ?$$- S? & $ $ $ $ S SATURDAY, JULY 215 The next opisode 'of- "THE JItON CLAW ;Vith 1'cnrl. WhJto GoTtihg'' Bott'err'' ' Who la the "Laughing MaBk?" ',?'. Castro Kvchtdcil - Genera! Clorl nno Castro .formerly president of Venezuela, and revolution leader, was denied admission to the United States Saturday by customs officials on the ground thai he is an undfsir nblo alien. . Of ' ' MONDAY, JULY' 24 V. L. S..E -r, 'THK HIIRO OF SUBMARINE E-2" , ..."- ; ,' ; - .y , TUESDAY, JULY 25 Triangle "JIIIE LAST ACT" and Keystone Comedy. . "CINDERS OF LO 15" Buck Mull Pay ' Tho ir.torstnto Commerce Oommissiou Is to decide tho question of whether railroads shall be paid for carrying the mails on a weight or space basis. More than 11,000,000 of back pay claimed by tho railroads, for somo time In dispute, will bo disbursed by the Commission. - Restrict Travel In order to pro vent tho spread of lnfiuuilo ...

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 July 1916

. vJ1 X-j 3V biiRANT Weekly News OFFICIAL l'Al'Elt OF II It Y A N COUNTV -' ' -i-1. ..r.'.: - " : a .: VOLUaiB xx. DURANT, OICLAHOMA, VRIDAY,irULY 2H, 1010. NUMHER THIRTY DENISON MAN INVENTS d A NEW MUSIC DEVICE DANISH WEST INDIES I PRUDENT TO STAND BY 'ORESEE AMERICA AS WOODEN SHOE NATION DEAL READY TO CLOSE i THE NAVAL PROGRAM i - . WHra x J.X& i f 1 fc :fl V . N Mi 1 ..?. rr, & mil' ,Mfr 6 ntl by Texns Man Instnu ' May lh . of tho Greatest Invention - ' Rccndc. What may bo a v,' -wont oc curred In Donlson 'k .. fy vn,nK at 8 o'clock when a smJ 6.w,d ot inutile lovers and memb3i of tho city cpmmlBalon and Chamber of Commcrco wcro guests of Percy C. Preston, at 311 WcBt Woodard St., when ho gave an exhibition of his invention, tho pipcano. This Instrument can with but slight changes bo attached to any pi ano, and is equal in tono to tho fin est pipe organ mado. The Instrument used last evening wa3 tho third con Htr'ucted by the Pipoano Company, which Is composed of Mr. PrcB...

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 July 1916

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS FRII)1, JlLl 2. lOiO. STATUS OF THE FIGHT FOB CORPORATION COMMISSIONER (Iir J. A. Written, State Secretary Hotftfl Merchant or Oklahoma Ass'n) There are tiro one Tot the Ions if (in, TtttH for the short term. Two p sltloriH, next In Importance to that of Omcrnof of the State. As Secretary of the Retail Mer- hunts Association of Oklahoma, I feel that it Ih my duty to enlighten ou upon this one important mutter. I shall not attempt to tell you whom to roto for or against, but simply to lay some facts before you that you may not act blindly and indifferently. Henry Wllmorlng Is a candidate for the long term, bearing the en dorsement of .lack' Love. Chairman of- the Corporation Commission, who sHys "Wllmerlng Is a true and fair friend of the people and his attitude toward rate and service regulation as applied to all utilities." Col. Jack's rndorseinent Ih preceded by the cap tion. "A Man Who KNOWS Henry Wllmerlng." This article is written by another man who KNOWS...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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