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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 October 1917

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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 November 1917

Durant Weekly News I! OFFICIAL PAPER OP BRYAN COUNTY KWM : roi.mn x-xi. M.E, CONFERENCE 10 CONVENE HERE VHe Hundred Delegates U peeled .r iiiiiiial Sessions Starting on rilll t It1 Kntcrtnliuil In llotn. "f "' The Klfth Annual Session nt the pat Oklahoma Conforonco of tho e I'tiurt h South convenes here nfl Tu '!' inornlnK, and will con ,!,. through the Sunday follow Inc. Plshi'p Muon of Dalian will he in chare f t'"' sessions. Tuesday ov .nirp i i. niicnliiK sermon will be jellui-. I li the Itev. Ualil It. As Un f l iMmvllle. and on AVednes day no-Mug the annual business Vsi - will lommenee. It ( . vpirted that five hundred ircre 'tt I delegates, both minister? and 1 i:i"'n. will he present, for honi rrangemenls have been made Ifr f' rUlnmetil In the homes of tho rn The sessions will be held m th Methodist church, which has t,Pfn en itlv remoileled and enlarged durlii. th summer, and wlhrh Is fall) .iibquate to aocommldate the TUfCtlrKS t Hi' conference, in addition to other matter...

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 November 1917

tsmsSSSSSSBSSSBSSSi SUlrifeltft DDRANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER a, t. i i i !i3 '., i f: u ( ' LI P i J E u i! II H ih W f M II MHN WHO I'All.KII TO AI'I'KAH CLASSKH AS DKSKUTKIIH OhI Mllll.tr) Court Deals With Mm Who lo Vol ppcnr fur Mill- l.irv Sen It-" tin the U.ite Nnniitt li tln Ittiuril. ltary authority which passes on hit cacu whether or tint ho willfully fail ed to present himself an ordered. 1'uder Ihe rule sof the W.ir Dpirt mul, an man who fulls to prts'tit hlris"lf to his luial board for mili tary her Ire on the dav anil limir specified In I In pink inril sinl niter he has lieen ret'lfled lor hit vlte, 1 4 el.ihMi das H deserter, .mil Is xtihVcl to ronrt m.irti il The tusto inary fifty dollars reward Is paid for his dullvcrj to the nearest army camp. The order of Provost Mar ehal General Crtivvlor In this matter , 1 1 very plain anil reads as follows: A reward If $."i0 Is piv.ihlo for the delivery at the neare't army imp or post of a ilesi rter This re- Ifi ward In 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 November 1917

miPAV, NOVEMBRB 2, 1917. PUBANT WEEKLY NEWS The: only man who DOESN'T NEED INSURANCE la the man who has no thing. One seldom needs a policy, but when It Is needed, It Is needed badly when the fire comes. We In sure anything. Kami Insurance es pecially solicited. Scheerer & Work Durant, Okla. Second Ave. Northcliffe Says War Will Be Long, Hard, and Tax Resources OltKAT MUTISM PLUUHIIKK AND 8TATKSMAN TKM.H KIHTOHS IN KANSAS CITY WHAT MAY UK KM'KCTEI). It was the writer's privilege re cently to attend a luncheon In honor of Lord Northcliffe, of Kngland, Giv en In Kansas City by the Kansas City Star and attended by three, hundred newspaper men rrom the mlddlu iwest, during which Lord Northcliffe I spoke to the attending editors about I war conditions and what in the Judg ment of war experts will be necessary In order that Germany may be vvhlp Iped Into submission. With him was Meut.-Col. Campbell Stewart of the British army, and Hamilton Fyfo. the gre.lt Klltzllsh unr fnrrnannmli,nt...

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 November 1917

DUBAKT WEEKLY NEWS PIUDAY, KOVKMBKR fl, lBly Si i" I I' III! , I! i II!" ' ii !M I I T m m m -a l Durant Weekly News Official Paper of llryan County lly K. M. KVANS Published every Friday at 11 4 North Third Avenue, Durant, Okl.i. Catered as second-class Mall matter at the post office tit Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription HnU mx Months .GO Per Year $1.00 Invariably Cash In Advance The publisher reserves the right to rejert any advertisement offered for publication In the News, which Stay be deemed objectionnhlo for ny reason. Any erroneous refit ctlon on the haractcr, standing, or reputation of any person or pcisons, firm or cor poration, or any misstatements which may appear In the columns of the News will be gladly corrected upon their being brought to the no tice of the publisher. FRIDAY, MIVKMHKIt , HUT. tt:tt :8 : tt.tt V. U U tt a tt IX tt : : 8: is HAitorAt.'i: HKIVtJ 8: I'ltAtTK i:i mini:? u M: :tt tt:tt 8:8 8:8 8.8 8'8 8 8 8:8 8.8 Wit...

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 November 1917

imlPAV. WOVKHBBB a, 117. DURANT WEEKLY NEWB 5 Now to Fit tKe Boy up in a Stylish Comfortable Suit With Durability as well as Attractiveness. AVe have made it a special feature of our clothing .section to have for the HoyB Suits that are correct in every detail with as much stylo and finish as the Suit for Father or big brother. The collection repre sents all the popuulr shades in solids and a varied line of fancy woolens. Plain, pinch-backs, belters, and patch pockets. Very new and extremely attrac tive. A Special Display of Quite a Number of Styles at the very low prices of $0.50, $5.05, $1.95, $:!.!).' BIG BOYS' SUITS We are ready right now to supply the "Hig Hoy" with the very suit he has been needing. They are large enough they fit right they look, "good." A choice from suc'A an unlimited assortment can but please the most ex acting. Ages from 8 to '20. Specially priced from $2.50 to 9.s:. HOYS' 3IACKIXAWS Pretty large and small plaid Macklnaws, in all col ors !?l.y." 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. — 2 November 1917

imferfriiR3UJmmWt ! ' I! I I 'i 9' tf if, l ' T I l1 DURANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 2, ,9l7. JHBBSKSOTSVSiKKKPiKBiP Buy Furniture Here Where big values, excellent service and courteous treat ment are first considerations. Lots of New things in furniture being received and on display. I Furniture I I 3rd & Evergreen Opposite New Poitoffice Durrnt, Okla. j MHOON & SPRING CJOVKKNMKNT TAKKS CONTROL OK TWi:.NTV KOOII I'lUIHI'ITS Will License tt lioli-Nnlcrs mill Keep , Closd dusk on Retailers in an Kffort to Siiia-.li tin- I'iiiis- imllv High Prices. In an effort 1" smash the high pri ces prevailing for staple article's of I food, the (iovornme nt as'-iiiiicil run ' trol of twenty food niodtiits Thurs-, day of this week, and will license all wholesalers and JiiIiIk rs and list ami Veep cnrcful rheik of nil retailers In the United Slate's Tin- tout nil will bo handled liv ,i speeiil department of the Fond Administration The articles ,iffectd by the new order of things an-- W...

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 November 1917

FRIDAY, XOVKMBKB a. 19i7. DURAWT WEEKLY HEWS T WM$ HVER? PISTOL TOST men ti VI I t 7. A'A It thf1 hrtM their ammunition due to tlu forte of example! That is Remington UMC cp.vn Yi, t -e your guide with a belt full of Rcmm,"on UMC You find your dealer handing ou llcn.mgtoti UMC a a matter of course. You heir tlie men at 'lie Pistol and Rifle dub insisting on Remington UMC as stronglyin.22calibers!iort5asin the 45 automatics. There's a thought here for every rn"n who is ihoot. ing any kind or make of pistol or revolver. Remington UMC Revolver or 1'ivtol Cartr.ds are produced for every standird mil cnndcilibirofarm. Sold by Sporting Good Dealers in Your Community Cfrjfttfmf oif yomrt ithhEW 07, tL tetrh- 1.1 iVWrt Sohint, Lttlntjnt tnj A J t rVrei I f THB REMINGTON ARMS UNION Mt.TAt-t.IC CARTRllXilj CO , Inc tmgctlMsnitfetTtnofriTJtmienJlm-itttren in tit IfV J f" woolwurtii IMUMINti 24 HOl'ltS A I)Y Crt.it llrltaln hat decided to c.ury on farming operations for 24 hours 11 Ju 1) moans ...

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 November 1917

v-f FMDAT, NOVEMBER 2, 1017, DURANT WEEKLY HEtTB 6aWKM!PWKOS0iiatK3aiS2KWiiK)!K5? Katy Ry. Will Co-Operate To Help Town and County f ill J I I 1 1. 1. '.: i' ii t ,1 I .! if 'I r To The Public .... I take this means of informing the public that I have purchased the grocery business of J. H. Mason, located on north third avenue and am soliciting a share of your patronage upon a basis of big values and good service. The stock will be enlarged some what and we will aim to carry in stock all table necessities that any one could ask for. The delivery service will be en larged and we will be able to make prompt deliveries to in town patrons. We solicit farmers' patronage and will buy farm produce, butter and eggs at the highest market price for cash. GEORGE C. WILEY (Successor to J. H. Mason) Third Ave. Durant, Okla. Phone 120 L 1841 iwM4ttowKrwrt&s Coming Back T" IH'KAVr, OKLAHOMA. lfH11-:i NOCTOItS MI'KI'IAI.IST Will Again Imi nt I lie AIuoimI Hotel, Saturday, Niivcin- Iht 17, I II ...

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. — 2 November 1917

gnlDAV. XOVEMPBB 8, 1MT, bubAkt weekly news t FARM MORTGAGE LOANS LOW RATES We make loans without red tape and delay You get all you borrow and get it at once. All examinations made out of this office. Your money is paid you as soon as loan is acceptable. Passed on and taid out here at home. My rates and pre-payment privi leges are unequaled Frank H. White Office, North Third Avenue Have You of This? Now that you arc getting a high price for cotton and cotton seod, and moat of you will have a surplus, why not lay. In a stock of Groceries to last through the winter and spring? There is no likelihood of prices getting any cheaper; but on the other hand there is every probability of thrlr going higher. Make your cot ton profits earn another profit. W. E. England & Son Phones 149 and 193. Main St., Durant, Okla. SANITARY PLUMBING Deficient Plumbing is never sanitary, nnd Is dear at any price. Your health or even your life may depend on the care given to tho laying of a drain pipe. G...

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. — 2 November 1917

iSKTSHisSSffiBgHHi 10 DUBAXT WEEKLY SEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, in7 ffl 1 ! ttSRtJtttttttt n n UOKCIIITO NOTES tt c 8 Mly Dora Lot In, teacher In I tin llcil. ditto school, spent Saturday anil Suiuljy' 111 IIjII.w visiting the Stat" Fair Miss Mao Smith vl-lted relatives and friends In Dunnit last week-end. Ml.s.s Kthel lliirilMin spent lat week-end with her parent In llur.mt Mrs. Merrill Merrell, vvhn Inn been visiting her i:ui'iits, Mr. and Mrs I) II llradshaw for tin- pat week, returned to her linmi' in New Wilson Friday morning. S, II Norman of Mornn. Texas, is lion- visitliu; with his ihllilrcn and fanilll'js Dr. (J. (i I'Mier of Mc.Mlnnvllle, Tenn., was a business visitor hcer Lift week Mr. and Mrs I) S. Kiddle anil daughter, Mis-. MatUe, mid !. War ren, motored to Klersey Sunday Clyde :i.irl(. leather In tin- llnk cliito school, spent tin- week-end In Dnraul with rel.illves and friends. Wra. Warri'ii of tin- Ilokihito Mer cantile Co., it a business visitor In llillas this week Mi...

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. — 2 November 1917

I How the War Came to America ISSUED BY The Committee on Public Information THE SECRETARY OF STATE The SECRETARY OF WAR The SECRETARY OF THE NAVY GEORGE CREEL June 15, 1917

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. — 2 November 1917

EXECUTIVE ORDER. I hereby create a Committee cm Public Information, to be com IKfccd of the Secretary of State, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, and a civilian who shall be charged with the executive direction of the committee. As civilian chairman of the committee I appoint Mr. George Creel. The Secretary of State, the Secretary of War, and the Secretary of the Navy are authorized each to detail an officer or officers to the work of the committee. WOODROW WIIvSON. ArRH, :.t, 1917. ,

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 November 1917

HOW THE WAR CAME TO AMERICA. TN THE years when this Republic was still struggling for existence, in -- the face of threatened encroachments by hostile monarchies over the sea, in order to make the New World safe for democracy our forefathers established here the policy that soon came to be known as the Monroe doctrine. Warning the Old World not to interfere in the political life of the New, our Government pledged itself in return to abstain from inter ference in the political conflicts of Europe; and history has vindicated the wisdom of this course. We were then too weak to influence the des tinies of Europe, and it was vital to mankind that this first great experi ment in government of and by the people should not be disturbed by foreign attack. Reenforced by the experience of our expanding national life, this doc trine has been ever since the dominating clement in the growth of our foreign policy. Whether or not we cotild have maintained it in case of concerted attack from abroad,...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 November 1917

How the War Came to America Wc declined to be drawn into quarrels abroad which might endanger in any way our traditional policy. Our second great tradition in international relations has been our per sistent elTort to secure a stable and equitable agreement of the nations upon such a maritime code as would assure to all the world a just freedom of the seas. This effort was born of our vital need. For although it was possible for the Republic to keep aloof from the nineteenth century disputes that rent the Continent of Europe, wc could not be indifferent to the way in which war was conducted at sea. In those early years of our national life, when we werestill but a few communities ranged along the Atlantic coast, we were a seafaring people. At a time when our frontiersmen had not yet reached the Mississippi, the fame of our daring clipper ships had spread to all the Seven Seas. So while we could watch the triumphant march and the tragic countermarch of Napoleon's grand army with deta...

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