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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
TTRJUBAY, SEITEttBEH 18, 10M. JW""H ,"" ' " " J ." ut ii n niniim j i ; 3 r 1 I Preserving the Peoples Heritage J, By Representative Ccott Forrls of Oklahoma, (jhaltihan of Kmne House uonimiubo on l'uouc L,anaa ana .Auinor ot tnc er ils Homestoad Law and Other Conservation Measures In tho U. S Congress. Thoro Is no need to arguo the quel tlon of consorvjtion to t!' Amorican people; thoy aro educated to Its im yortanco and altvo to its necessity. Jt is attempted in this short article only to show how thoroughly tho prenont Democratic administration has guarded tho heritago of the wkolo peoplo from exploitation and usurpation by tho fow an dpassfd or inaugurated legislation which will presorvo and niako usoful to tho wholo nation our public domain. Tho nation, in splto of tho tremen dous waste under Republican admin istrations, Is Btill rich in natural ro aoutces and has vest property inter ests to bo protected. Several hun dred million acres of unentored, .m r.pportioned land still r...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
BHB BVBAKT WSlDKtiT BW8 kmjuy, BKriraraw i, iti. w 4 1 wrtuvmmSnmxwlMYMfh ' ado In ten annus! installments, ibo Irat duo September 1, 1917, and rawing Interest at 10 per cent. DRIVING OUT CATARRH If people knew how Ibo presence ef catarrh la a constant menace-, ttaor would have none of It It Infests soma part of the delicately adjusted body and makes It useless, thus throwing on thn other organs more than their shnro of work. It affords n cwrcfully prepared seed bed for the germs of colds, crip, tuberculosis nnd pneumonia. It so disarranges Xat Jrc'a tlelieate plans as to tnnke possible asthma, liny fever nnd other respiratory dis orders. It spreads until It becomes systemic, thus Involving many or gans and debilitating the cntlro sjystem with serious results. Cfctarrh Is easily neglected, anl tt rarely gets wll of Itself. It ncods proper medicinal correction. For almost half a contury many thousands have found hln in Pe runa, a valuable tonic with special efflcaey In catarrhal cemi...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
if imBAY, SEPTOMBHR 315, 191S. THE BVRANT WBBKIY NEWS ii f ; I! oecial V i IFOR FAIR WEEK! We are offering our patrons some very' special values in season able and staple goods for during FAIR WEEK, values that can not fail to attract your notice. The same courteous treatment and fair dealing that characterizes this firm obtains in all de partments, and our guarantee of satisfaction or your money back holds. NOTE these few extraordinary values. Lack of space precludes listing more items I Hope Domestic ft n ljc values . 1 Ub Bleach Domestic Q 10c value, 12 yds for$ Bookfold Gingham i H ' 15c value, yd . I Ub Apron Gingham 7c value, yd Dress Gingham 10c value Madras, 15c value . . . . 5 7c 10c We handle the famous PETERS SHOES for the whole family, and MAYR'S MILWAUKEE ALL LEATHER SHOES. With each pair of men's and women's shoes sold we will give a beautiful framed picture. With each pair of childrens school shoes wc will give a substantial school satchel. New goods arriving every da...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
.pifty THE DURANT W&BKIY NBWfl miiiiii,. 1 1 j 1 1 ' ! X FRIDAY, SEPTIttlBKIl US, 1016. """ -'" ' ' ..i..iii.i.,!1i!i i f Durant Weekly News Official Pnpor of Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avonuo, Durant, Okla. stored as Sccond-Clasa Moll Matter at the post offlco at Dnrant, Okla homa, under Act of Congrcco of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. Biz Months ...... .J 50 Pot Tear J1.00 Invariably Cash In Advance Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement offered for publication in tho Nows, which eay bo deemed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho Bharaotor, standing, or roputation of txey person or persons, firm or cor poration, and any .mio-statement which may appear in the columns of tho Nows will bo gladly corrected cpon Its being brought to the atten tion of tho publlshor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1010. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES (National and Stato) For President of tho United States WOODROW WILSON Fo...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
KKDAV, flEPTEMBBR Iff, . 101G.AKw THE DURANT WBBKM NEWS M ". . MANY INTEnKOTING THINGS . IN BANK'S COllNUItflTONES Dwwat National Bank Hus. u )uict Cornerstone raying Without Ceremony, But Willi Mon ty of Interest, However. II "variety is really tho aptco of llfo'V thoro Is somo splco to tho cor oratono of tho now Durnnt Nnt'onal Bank building, aulotly and without cerom'ony laid In morUr this week, fr almist overy irnoglnnblo article tknt could properly bo hidden away la such a rocoptaclo was thua hlddon, aid as a prelude to tho laying (as a friend expressed It), Buck McKlnno spont overy Idlo moment for two wookn trying to think o fsomothlng clso of historic and curront Intorost to comploto tho colloctlon. Tho writer spent nn hour looking oyer tho contents of tho loadon box that is for generations porhaps to cwicoal them and took a partial list thereof, whlc Is as follows: Tvro dozen miscellaneous group ad -Individual photographs. Clippings of cartoons prepared and printed during th...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
AsWfl THE DURANT WEEKLY NBW8 PrWDAV, SEPTRHEBER 15, lOiC. Courteous Treatment To One And All Pay Us a Visit And You Will Call Again r Newest fall merchandise now being shown in all departments f this store rj itt', ; .' " "-"" ,M Ml. Mil ... -,,,,..,.., Iyg ., f Mil,.,-,...,.,,... '"l . ... - H i ) , m i i .11 I i Mil i mm i I hub Popular Priced Skirts A large selection of attractive Serge Gaberdines, Chuddahs, Satins, Taffetas, arid also a big showing of mixtures and Scotch Plaids. We show the side and full pleated models and gored effects Regular and Out-sizes from 3.50 to $10.00 The Popular John B.- Stet son Hat in the new Fall 1916 styles . m to $7 Beautiful Line of - -- ' ular Priced Suits EVER have we shown more wonderful garments. We have shopped the markets and made selections that are un doubtedly the best ever offered at the price. Serge, Gaberdines and Broadcloth, in black, navy, green, brown and burgundy Coats have fur and velvet collars and cuffs and the skirts of the v...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
mfDAY, SEPTEHDGR 10, 1010. THH DURAffT WBJXpT KW,8 9 t LEGAL ADVnRTISrcBtENTS $ $ LEGAL ADVirtimHEMGNTS 4 $Oe0$& um.. . .. m irin-iri(J-Li-tfLnnruvrj 1 W P.OTB. DETROIT NO other car at any price has ever approached tjiis wonderful record of endurance. In addition to this proven sturdiness, remember that the Maxwell averages between 25 and 30 miles per gallon of gasoline. Moreover, the Maxwell is complete. It has elec tric starter and lights; demountable rims; one-man mohair top; speedometer; roomy, comfortable seats and an attractive appearance. " Are you particular about details? Do you demand evidence of value? If so, you will investigate the Maxwell, the features, record and reputation of which proclaim it the world's greatest motor car value. 5-p9acn&cr Touring Cor, SS9S 2-paBenor Cabriolet, $865 STURGIS GARAGE 424 W. Slain St., Pnrrmt, Ohio. Phone 104. The News desires correspondents In every community in Bryaa county. Liberal proposition offered for u fow minutes' time...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
10 LU -J25 "i 1 JSflESJtvtS JSF CO. TREASURER'S IFFICE ROBBED IAYPJ. ISohbcrs Secured Ten Dollars Worth f ,nt Postage Slumps jiad a, Few Pon ai'ioa. Kiitrnnco Tlirough Front ,fon. No CIiich. County Treasurer (Seorgo Harri Wion's ofjco was robbed somotimq dur 'n Thursday night, 'tho culprit or aulprits securing ton dollars' worth of poBtago stamps and tho fovr pon jilea that were l0ft,in tho cash draw er. If nny attempt was inado to blow the safe, there was no indication of IL The csah drawer wna brokon op--.n with a chlBel or other hoary te- THU City Feed and Seed Store Dealers In all kinds of Poultry Food and Supplies of the Best Quality. Wo specialize on CONKEY'S POULTRY REMEDIES, which arc unsur passed for their quick curative properties. A. G. MARVEL, Manager 227 North Second Sparger Brothers "TAILORS THAT SATISFY" Best Cleaning and Pressing. Parcel Post Charges Prepaid 122 Main St. Phone 52 We have installed a Modorn Light Fixture Room in our estab lishment and are prepared to ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
THE DUBANT WEEKLY NEWS ESC 11 PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPENED MONDAY THE DECLINE OF COTTON PRICES o. h. cunriiN GEO. C. WILEY To Thrifty Farmers K7UDAY, SEPTEMBER, 117, 1010. t V II Responsibility for Qood Service T nOOD telephone service depends not only upon the ilirvVirkri inntnmnt and ff aUill m.4 :.i.1t:-.... of the telephone omployccs, but also to a greater degree upon the co-operation of the telephone users. The person calling assists in obtaining good service by always being sure to give the operator the right number. The operator assists by answering the caller's signal promptly and by quickly and accurately giving the de sircd connection. The person called co-opcratcs for good service by answering promptly, and each one helps materially by speaking distinctly and by practicing courtesy and YOUR TELEPHONE IS A LONG DISTANCE STATION PIONEER TEL. & TEL. CO. TC STATE' FINANCIAL CONBITION VKHV GOO') Over Five- nnd a Half Million Dollars In Cash I Now On Deposit in All of the Fund. Th...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 15 September 1916
u ? xa THE DURANT WEHK&V NEWS SIX (MIVfKS KOlUMUJIiUn Normal 1'ootlmll Team Ifcglnn Pi-mv ilo ami lniiil.srH tfood Team l'r Uio Henfion. The Durant Ico & Light Company have arranged with tho Balloy-Rey-nolds Fixture Co., of Kansas City, . ,, '-" mo., to carry on a big lighting fix football prafclico at tho Normal ituro nata In ntivant ntnttfui flnnK in, has commonced ttnded tho coaching !n the building recently vacated by FlUDAY, SKPTBJEWr'I, 1010. '"i I mm i n ji mi JjiiiiiiU nutariuc iixtvuk suovV of Harry Brown, athletic director, Who ontortalns hypea for n success tfl team this yoar, regardless of iho fHdi that many-of the 6ld stars are out, and how material must bo Wlilp- pm into shape. Perkins Bros.' big store. ,Tho object of this sale Is to Intro duce tufa high class line of flxturos In this, section of tho State, and to give tho company's patrons tho ad- a .!.,. iwil ' i .. i .vantage of buying tho bosa In light A schedule of six jjiunes M an- ,.. .. ;.,. .- ,,nonncc...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 September 1917
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i, W 10 THE DUBANT WEEKLY NEWS You Are Wanted To Do Your Bit To Win The War By having your old malrcss renovated by the Durant Sani tary Bedding Co. We are makers of all kinds of new matresses of all sizes. Also old feather beds made into feather matresses. If you have any feathers to sell CALL US. Durant Sanitary Bedding II i Connrll.M.c LO. PHONE 709 I :t t: t: :: :: :: :: :: n tx :t tt : :: :x :: :: :: hum iiiio noii , n t: :: j: m :: :: :: :t t: :: :: :: :: :: :: it :: :: :: fIS I. lill, III II illl I! I line ll'IW'l from Dm. ml lu-t 'I linis'l is In Hi' I intere ' nl ln'i mil li i 1 i- li"i' . Ml.s Maud Mlii-mi i li ii. I.ii Hi" Wilson l)i (IiiihU ( ii , ,i i.illiil lioimi lo lil. ili. ! llii' I. ilii i p. ill nl Hi.' Ji.'ist week mi :n imiiil nl llii- II1ii.'-m (if her imillii'i, Mm I'.i'ii Sllnsoii Mr mill Jin C II I.evvN, whi have been :it He.ildtun. ol-l.i , fur till' p'lSl f. H llllllllllS 1. 'till III'. I Sat unlay nigh1 In tli'-li home heie Mkses Miittl...