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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 March 1906

-&. 3 fta$ , olumeXII, DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1006 . a. NumW 9 i.iqjjiifculll Ufeeklg THE Farmers National Bank OF BURANT, Ifffl. TE. Capital - - $60,000.00 Surplus arid Undivided. .Profit io,ooo.o OP OIR81 X,'CT.RIiNKR,PKKaiDKNT - ' ' " T. J. PKRKINS, YIOK-PRKaiQKNT 0. II. HARDIN SMITH, CASHIER DIRECTORS: A. C. Riwer O. H. Colbert T. J. Perkins T. R. Laadera A, P. Bkwkwell D. B. Pugh J. M. SoweU W D. Keiraey C. H.Hardin Smith Promptness, Courtesy and Consideration Our Policy. Our Stock Is Owned By v Local People. The Farmers' business attention and consideration customers. YOUR BUSINESS TERRITORY TOWNS PROTEST Do Not Like Being' Passed the Katy Flyer. Up By The new order of the M. K!. & T. railway company, that tho two flyers will not stop at Pryor Creek and Caddo, has aroused muoh 'indignation in those two towns. The flyers nave ooen stopping there heretofore and ' now the citizens claim the towns are greatly injured and the trav eling p...

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 March 1906

I ' ft " . a -I r J T Will no Doubt -i tr On the following lines we will make, the astonishing Low Price of 20 PER CENT LESS THAN COST This Remarkable Reduction Applies on AH Men's Ready to Wear Clothing , All Ladies' Suits Skirts and Jackets and , All Winter Weight Underwear n- THIS SALE WILL ONLY CON TINUE UNTIL OUR NEW SPRING STOCK ARRIVES &' & ttn&t&&&i&nt&f& Opie Kead and His Experience In Texas OI'IB READ, who recently made a lecture tour through" Texas, tells this story of an experience ho bad down there; "You know," says Mr. I'.ead, "trains are never expected to be on time In Texas. When a train Is scheduled to arrive nt 8 o'clock you are generally aafe In calculating that It will not get there till 11 or 12. Well, I hud nu en gagement in a certain town one night and was nt another station about twaaty miles away. There was a train which would land me at the objective wtet at 7 o'clock in the evening, if it happened to be on time, but I th...

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 March 1906

r 23 "V o i i I Impoi ensfiei ImpovcHMl;i'il noil, l:ko impov erished blond, needs n prober fertilizer. A ilu-mint by anulyz ihg the soil can toll yon what fertilizer to use for different products. If your blond is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertjlizo it and give it tlio rich, rod qorpuscles that are lucking in it. It mny bo you need p. tonic, but more likely you need u concentrated fab food, and fat is the- element: lacking in your Hystom. There in no fnt food that is so easily digested and assimi lated as Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish ami strengthen the liody when milk and crenm fail to do it. ScoII'h Emulsion is always the same; ulwnje palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from any cause; either in children o adults. ' We-wlll send you a sample five. Hi1 hiii Hiot thin ii("- turn 'hi tlio form ut n lnlHJrt em tint wrupjM'r ntuwrj bnttlooflnu! vion j ni hti.v. scon &' '1 MISTS- i09?82Ilt.,l(eWlfCLl fi(V and J...

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 March 1906

A o1' .- -JU I 1 ' y t ij ! v Alft' i Kfi ! i 1 'Ji .. - f '-i r The Durant Weekly Newk LEWIS PAULLIN ' Editor and Proprietor. Office of Publication, North "Third Avenue, Durant, 1. T. Entered at tho Po&toKico at Durant as 'Second C1.188 Mail Mattor. Terms of Subscription. WBEKLT, One Year - .. $1.00 Mix MontitBu. .50 Three Months , .26 DAILY EDITION, Dally by Mall, One Year $3.60 Dally-by Mall, 8ix Months 1.85 Dally by Mall Three Months 1.00 Dally Dollvorod, I'orMor.th 40 Subscribers desiring the address ol their papers changed will pleaso giTO both the old and new addressos. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., MARCH 2, 1006 Every town within a hundred miles-of Durant is endeavoring just now to bettor tho condition of (heir roads eo thnt next fall their 'trade oan come to town rain or shine. What is Durant. going to doP . The miserable condition of the . roads the past few weeks has been hard on town people and the country1 folks as well. One ,thingit has proven and impressed . up...

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 March 1906

cfej -vU The First National Capital, 100,000.00 Banjfc: of Durant Surpltis and Profits, $25,000.00 DIRECTORS D. Morgan, W. C. Gower T. F. Memmlnger, A. N. Leccraft Edward Rlnei, E. F. Klnes x Purely Personal Prom ThwrHy' Dally. S. "W. Sttfhe is reported op the siok list today. ' Our old friend, the dust, was with uri today in unlimited amounts. Mrs. Ed Speairs, who was re ported very siok yesterday, is much Letter today. Geo. Boston left on the morn ing Frisco to be gone several days in Hugo. Jaok Holmes, .who was re ported very sick -yesterday, is slightly improved today. W. M. Saundeis of Boswell waj in Durant yesterday looking on in the big court. G.W. Baldwin, who ,has boon residing in Sherman for several months has returned horaa. W. H. Pentioost and ife left yesterday afternoon to be gone several days visiting in Gains ville, Texas. V D :.nfVi nama in VfiH' torday afternoon after transact ing buBinefslin South MoAlester and Atoka several days. Jim MoKinney, vice president of t...

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 March 1906

o p 1 ;i :1 f1 A -I I - V,' . I fr The Durant Weekly News Lewis paullin Editor and Proprietor. Offlco of Publication, North Third Atonue, Durant, I. V. Entorod at the- Poatotfico at Durant Second Clasa Mail Matter. as . Terms of Subscription. ' WEEKLY. Ono Year . $1.00 Six Months ......,...-.-. 50 Threo Months ... .25 DAILY EDITION. Dally by Mail, Ono Year .'. .$3.50 Dally-by Mail, 81x Months.., 1.85 Dally by Mail Throo Months 1.00 Dally Dollvorod, Per Month '.40 Subscribers desiring the address oi their papers changed will pluaso give both (ho old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., MARCH 2, 1900 ! Plant shade trees and they will. Ioavo ruonumonts to your mom ory after you have past away. Thoy do say tho now voting maohine votes like an individual. But then wo have always had a lot of individuals that vote like machines. It is tho men in town and notlinS ,ife into tho fy emotion on , altogether the men living within APril S Ifc B generally under . a certain number o...

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 March 1906

vjs" " yh i ,hk t4Liiwi pwiwi iiiiW , le Pmftht Volume XII, DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION; INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1000 Number 10 Ifeekto Seto3 - . s tWb V Ml THE Farmers National Bank OF DURANT, IND. TER. Capital . - -. - $60,000.00. Surplus and Undivided Profits 10,000.00 OP CER8: a.-c.;risner, president "., i t. j. perkins, vice-president 0, h. hardin smith, oa8hier directors: ' A. O. Risner O. H. Colbert T. J. Perkins T. R. Landers A. P. Blaekwell D. B. Pugh J. M, SowoU W D. Keirsey . O.H.Hardin Smith Promptness, Courtesy and Consideration Our Policy. Our Stock Is OwnedBy Local People. The Farmers' business attention and consideration oustomers. YOUR BUSINESS given the same areful aocordod any of our SOLICITED RESULT OF PRI MARY ELECTION Light Vote Polled Five of the Old Aldermen Renominated. FIGHT OVER THE CURTIS RILL House Committee Members Object to Senate Amendments, REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS Amendrrient To Curtis Bill Regarding the Sale and Leases. Following is the text o...

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 March 1906

V M 1 II 4 : i; i. hi n y i' Pf. i m I Durant City l S8&8 a Durant 1b Hid metropolis and pride of tho Choctaw Nation a busy, hus tling bustling city ot 7,000 people all white. Duradt has never played tho part ot the provorblal gourd, but Is moderately, constantly, earnestly and firmly building herself Into a city. Doing situated directly In tho center ot a great county, surrounded by tho finest lands in tho South, Durant has every advantage of grow ing bigger and bolter, healthier and wealthier as tlmo goes on. Durant stands unique among Its sister cltleB, and Blue County, nn em pire In Itself, proud of their hlBtory. lndoncndcnt through their resources and sunrcm",r confident as to their future. Du:int has open arms to wol mmn cond citizenship the farmer, the laborer, tho manufacturer, tho In vestor tho man who want! to dwell among good women with every race, and bravo men with Just faults enough to mako them human. From an educational, social and re ligious standpoint Durant c...

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 March 1906

u t. I$dery Two Minutes Physicians! tell us that alf the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart otic in every two minutes, f this action be comes irregular the whole body suffers. Poor health follows poor blood ; Scott's Emulsion makes the blood pure. One reason why SCOTT'S EMULSION is such a great aid is'because it passes so quickly into the blood. It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach ; a double advan tage in this. Less work for the stomach; quicker and moredirect benefits. To Get the Greatest anibunt of good with the least pos- sidic eirorc is tnc aesire or everyone in poor health. Scott's Emulsion does just that. A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect it We ill tend you a umplc free. Be lure that thU picture in the form of a libel it on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. Scott k Bowne Cliemiirj 409 I'eatlSt., N.Y. 50cettin4fl.oo All drottiiu Test Its Value. Simmons Liver PuriBer is the most valuable remedy I ever ...

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 March 1906

& y z T VJ, The Durant WeeKIy News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Propriotor. OHleo of Publication, North Third Av'nuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postoffico at Durant ns . Second Class Mall Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Oue Year Six Months . -.. Thrco Months ... $1.00 .50 .25 DAILY 8DITION, Daily by Mail. Ono. Year $3.50 Daily by Mall, Six Months 1.85 Dally by Mall Threo Months 1 00 Daily Delivered, I'cr Morth .10 I'ho Texas Woman is tho name of a now publication, inoubatod and mothorodby Mta Jui.ry Winn Smoots of Shoman, ToxnB, tho author of tho ''Aunt Luoindy" 8torie8. The Texas Woman is a9 bright, fresh and clean as a school girl and tho News hopos she may grow into mature womanhood and1 bo a blowing to not only to women f Toxas but of tho entire country. - u THE -ADVENTURES OF A CARPETBAG - Subscribers detiringthe address of thoirpapors changed will, pleaso give both tho old and new addresses. telephone No- 71. Tho News is glad to notioe that Judgo Clayton is not inton...

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 March 1906

nf T0 55331 & r4n At. V .''' v y"s j" i The First National Bank of Durant Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $35,000.00 DIRECTORS 1. D. Morgan, W. C. Gower T. P. Memtnlnuer, A, N. Leccraft Edward Rlnei, E. E. Rlnes Clothing That Is The Kanfbebeat Clothing 11 if If 11 4 THE.hd?: ed sack with its lojig-, bcoad lapels and full back, has become one of the most popular of men's gar ments. The three button sack gives a natty ap pearance and is right up to the minute in style. &&&&itei&4ii&iiteite&itoifaite&4f? VACANT LOTS ssse? We nave 'em 9- They dre located on Main and bvergreen streets. I Prices from WHALE J iiTHNTfrtjt!ji$fT HUGH HALSELL PRESIDENT J. R. MoKINNEY VICE-PRESIDfeNT T. E. PENDLETON TREASURER The Durant Capital $I0o,ooo.oo REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE AND ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 1 Long time loans Loans on city Property, iMuranaa of all kinds. Surety bonds. Abetraota of tUla tnndo to any town or tracts ollandsjirijthfejrwenty-flfth Record...

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 March 1906

"'.,i Aft) r v "T 5fcl ( i it 1,11 .1 u The Durant Weekly News LEW. IS PAULLI Editor and Propriotor. N Offico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postoffioo at Durant Second 'Class Mail Mattor. as Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year .- $1-00 Blx Months ..... -....-. .. .50 Throo Months .?5 DAILY EDITION. Daily by Mail, Ono Year . $3.60 Daily by Mall, 8ix Months 1.85 Daily by Mall Throo Months 1.00 Dally Delivered, Per Month .10 Subscribers desiring the address oi their papers changed will please give both tho old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T.f MARCH 9, 1906 JAS. S. HOGG DEAD. In the death of James Stephen Hogg, Ex-Governor of Texas, 'J exas has lost one of its best and noblest sons. No man who lived in the state - 1 memorv. ana even nis poimuai." enemies now recognize the worth of his ao'8, while then he was fought to a finish, their finish, 1 .. MmnA mil- f-Tinn fntifrlif during tho time of his politionl. not pass It this sessio...

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. — 9 March 1906

::rr?riESiSPi J Ul, rat- "uu Ihn Ifutui. I,mjne ivvuna md !nOUB Frd liglot1 tome Ices Hty tuf If St In fn Issoc asn all Durl -rase pons Ircafc blty rains taki aunt: $100 $1003 rotal iitc inln .o 01 lorn io C A am ml ly y INDIAN TRIBES BILL PASSED iwro Passes loth House and Sen ate lut Amended. - "Washington, Maroh 2. Tho i Senato today passed the bill pro viding for the Bottlement of the i affaire of the Fivo Civilised k Tribes. The quoation was raised kbyMr. La Folletto, whioh pro posed an amondment to the "- dian bill nrohlbitine railroad ,ooropahios and their stookholde s from acquiring tho coal lands in Indian Territory, and whin tho mostion was onoo before tho Senate it hold its place poisis- tentjy until almost tho oloso of (ho session. ' Lato in tho day tho La Follotte cljfy. amendment, together with all the c'Ft Indian Committee amendments to by tliu- ..llxn mna Inlrl nn HlO 1.11 LXurfTho bill has pissed both tho mJHouso and tho Senate, but as the utcBonato amended it in man...

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 March 1906

79 r-. v s z?A nt Y ? - K Vi i r u. h k & K- - "'Take Him Away &- - tOrlsclnalJ burins the civil w..r liny nnrvcy, a Tennessee Unionist, wos run out of the stnto nt Old Instigation of his bitter enemy, George Wilbur. Tho enso was especially aggravating since Ilarrey bad Just bean mnrrlcil. The brlile re mained on tliclr little farm, getting on as lMt sho could, while lier bun band joined tbe Union nrniy. Then the' Union urmy camo down and was scattered from tbe Missis sippi to cast Tennessee. One day n Union general Visited Mrs. Hnrvey's house to ask her iuestIous as to the position of n roufederute force some distance south, and she volunteered to go and find out what he wanted to know. She made the trip, brought the Information nnd was asked to na:r,o her compensation. Sho asked for a horse, whereupon the general told her to select one fmi thoio ridden ly !' staff. She chose n handsome Iron gray. She was told that the hor. vu vlcloin. but sho fancied hlin'nnd held to her c...

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. — 9 March 1906

n ' ' ' aEb blue county I DURANT teigiassia3g f I Durant City l & ..: Durant 1b tho metropolis and pride of tho Choctaw Nationa busy, hus Ulns, bustling city of 7.000. people all whlto. Durant has never playCd "tho part of tho proverbial gourd, but is tnodoratoly, constantly, earnestly and firmly nuuaing noruuii. mw cltty. Bolng situated directly In tho cdnter of a great county, surrounded bf tho finest lands In tho South, IKirntit hnn nvorv ndvantflRO Of grOW- tok "bigger and better,, healthier and wealthier as tlmo goes on. Durant stands' unique among Its iter cities, and Dlue County, an cm- re In Itself, proud of tholr history, minnfimlnnt throuch their resources vnd supremely confident as. to their future. Durant has opon arms to wot icomo good citizenship tho ' farmer, Mv laborer, tho manufacturer, tno in- estor the man who wants to awon .mong good women with every graco. hnd bravo men with just iauus mough to mako them human. From an educational, social and re ligious stan...

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. — 9 March 1906

T - v 'WjKi? t - tfifc y i MiRiofiaire's Gommeat TIIET nay that money cannot bur The sweetest thtngs in life Health, heaven, friends, respect, content, Or e'en a loving wife. They eay that money cannot buy Theso things for me, alas I But I Well, I don't know! What bought my private cart Just wealth. What bought my lovely yacht. Which sails me to tho lands where health Is found In every spot? What pays my specialist, dear Jim, To keep me In such perfect trlmT Well, I don't knowl What bought tho most delightful wife A man could hopo to win? What buys her every wish In life The clothes sho daisies In? And It her heart beats not for me . And I am not adored, you see Well, don't know! And heaven? Oh, of course I don't Expect to get In free. But It the Lord meant what ho said Concerning charity, The tithe I'll give before 1 dlo Will slip mo through the needle's eye, Or I don't know! For hnpplnessT - c!l, isoney bought This ninety cent cigar: It bought this chair In which I loll; It bought...

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 March 1906

-..' Hlje ' -Pufattf yek)ii ffeto Volume XII. " ' DURANT, CliOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRHRY, FRIDAY," MARCH tfj 1000 i V, -j, J 7 i "" '' " - ' " "" -,. .,, i i. .i .-. ,..-, f . - - . --..,. ,, , A . , ,. . . L. ''." ' ' 7 Farmers National Bank OF DURANTIHD. TER. Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits $60,000.00 10,000.00 0!P OERS! ' A.'C.'RISNER. PRESIDENT ' : ft J. PERKINS, VIOE-PJPIIDENT - ', C. H. BARDfiTSMITH, f DIRECTORS: A. 0. Rumor C. H. Colbert T.J. Porjdns T. R. Landers A. P. Blaokwoll D. B. Pugh . J. M. 8owell W D. Kolraey ' 0. H.H&rdin Smith CASHIER ,' . " Promptness, Our Pojicy, Courtesy and Consideration Our Stock Is Owned By Local People. The Farmers' buBinesj attention and consideration oustomors-. YOUR BUSINESS given the same careful aooorded any of our SOLICITED STATEHOOD JjQUBTFUL Roosevelt Has Planted His Standard by the Side of Cannons. Numbor 10 RONEY'S BOYS Play to a Largs Audience In The White House. Tho largest White House party and quite the most interest...

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 March 1906

- s. L,, . The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLI Editor nnd Proprietor. N OHico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entered nt tho PostofQco at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. A man fmm Muskogoo wasl Well, wo have Statehood so far robbod of $50 at Donieon the (as tho Sonato is oonoornod, but I other day. Its boon a long time) what will th'o Houso do? It may since lifted thore a Durant for that Monday is Arbor day if v,you have plnntcd trees you can very easily plant flowers and clean up your premises. It don't take much work to mnke a pretty home. man has boon ; bo blockod by Speaker Cannon amount down I and his honolimcm or it may go through. Wo poor unfortunates, noipiess, uounu, gaggeu, can only wait and watoh, hoping for tho bost buc dronding tho woist. Ono Year 4-... Six Months Throo Months. DAILY EDITION. Dally by Mall, Ono Year $3.60 Dally by Mall, 81x Months 1.85 Dally by Mall Throo Months 1.00 Datly Dollvorod, Por Month-..-. .4...

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 March 1906

'WWfW-"- fli""'Lt"" " " -'- " -'ir CA tRtf ancf ttV 9c F Mlri"liiituviTn'iTll"(Tl"liri"l'll')'lfl tOrlr-'nai. At lie Ackcrmans' ball I wore red two in my hair. Ilcglnald Keen had been long waiting for ray reply to a very important question, and I had at last promised ithlm. Wo were both to Attend the ball, and I had agreed to give him his anewcr there by signal. If tlie word was "Yea" I would wear a whlto rose In ray hair; If It was "No," a red one. I was not able after this tremtao tomako up my mind anymore than before nad thought It better that .1 should signal "No." I would still be 4on the safe side, and I had no fcaf'of hi giving up the chase. On the evening of the ball, wullo walking through a broad hall bctweeu suits of rooms, I caught sight of my figure as I supposed In a mirror. At aay rate, a rlr the counterpart of my self was moving toward mo. At first sight I supposed our costumes were Identical because our dresses were both of a gauzy white material. But what astonished...

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 March 1906

1 L.,t . I The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Proprietor, Office of PiiMIc-xtion, North Third Avi-ime, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postoffico at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year - $1.00 Six Months 60 Thrco Months -i ......... 26 DAILY EDITlOir, Dally by Mail. Ono Year $3.60 Daily by Mall, Six Months 1.85 Daily by Mail Thrco Months... .. 1 00 Daily Dolivorcd. PerMorth 40 Subscribers desiring the address of tholr papers cnnngoawui piea6o givo DOIU mo Ola ana now auurussua. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., MAR. 16, 1908 A new emigration movement is in the moving of the little North Carolina distilleries across the line into Virginia, How can any one expeot the canal commission to do any dig ging when it keeps them busy making explanations. Gen. Grosvenor will please note that in Colorado, another man fell off a fast moving train and escaped serious injury. Col. Mann iB an exception in one respeot at least. It has yet to be shown ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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