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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 30 May 1913

, DtlRANT WEEKLt NEWS fy ' OlPI'TnTiT. triwaPlPt!) nw iprr-m nnr:-nrmr ntt Bntr 'f $! H i OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN 'A i i Vlwe XTII. DUBANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY MAY ftO, 1913. Number 93. CHILD HORRIBLY BITTEN BY DOG .ANIMAL LONG A PET, SUDDENLY TURNED UPON ft YEAR OLD CHttD OF. J. W. SPAN Tho old story of tho pot dog that suddenly turned upon Its master hu Again been told, when on .Friday, of last weok tho pot shepherd dog of. J. W, Span, llvla near Brown's Chapel, olovoa mile from Durant, attacked hie threo-yenr old child, literally cutting its scalp and "face to shreds, and caus ing carious injuries. Doctors Smith and Hagood attended tho child Friday and Saturday tho llttlo ono was brought to Durant for redressing of Its -wounds, and It waB feared then that symptoms of hydroprobla might de volop, but as tho dog had been killed by Mr. Span, there was no way of as certaining whether tho animal was af fected or not. Tho dog had been a family pot, and tho child hnd been ...

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 May 1913

"mps--. 11 l r--jra;i . '"-s"inv THE DBKAK'l WEEKLY NEWS V B outside White llfi 'u-hnrn Innrvpnt triinllnir eirls nrn 1ml wrong. , YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND UPON Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts" THERE is no guesswork about this old reliable paint. It has made good for more than forty years. It is just Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil in the correct proportions which make it the best and most economical paint for you to use. It is ready for you to put right on spreads freely, and wears for years with its color intact. Does not flatten, scale off, nor show streaks, as is the case with inferior paint It is your property's one best friend adds years to its life, enhances its value, and makes it attractive. Ask us to tell you more about it FREE Ask for handsome illustrated book on "Homes and How To Paint Them," also color card. CORNER DRUG STORE DURANT, OKLAHOMA B OURT HOUSE NEWS Administration of Bryan County Affairs 1 SUING THE M. 0. & G. John B. -Wiley Asks $780....

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. — 30 May 1913

r THE DURANT WEKKLI JfEWS I r lt W V 1 l a I puffs, (led. Nuts may bo chopped and ad- Makes Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, better food than baker's. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads andjeake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. Jfock Cream No. , Mako a rich paste and lino one plato; cut a round with tho top ot another plato of Uio same bIzo and bako on a tin sheet so that it will bo tint Heat two cups of milk to tho scalding point Mix throo-quartcrs cup ot sugar, ono -quarter cup ot corn starch, two beaten eggs and a pinch of salt. Pour on tho hot milk and cook fifteen minutes, cool and flavor with one teaspoon of vanilla. Fill tho lower crust and placo to top ono on evenly, for it cannot bo moved success fully after It has once touched tho cream. Household Hints thai are passed over the ' Garden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps ' By 'Miss Mabel Linda HOUSEHOLD HINTS Jolly or acid fruit stains may bo Tomoved from whlto wash goods by washing In water to whi...

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. — 30 May 1913

THE nUKAKT WSXitiiXL.ltjtWJI f i: y I 1 f1 'f r I f TF you have made up your mind to wait until you -could get a complete, enclos ed, upright Graf anola at your price this mes sage is for you. Let us send you this improved Columbia "Regal" with an outfit of records to your home on approval or let us play it for you here. Either way suits us. If job decide to keep It, make n email Initial payment and finish ap the purchase at $5 a month, IMPORTANT NOTICE All Columbia Records can be play ed on Victor Talking Machines vi LIKEWISE A11 Columbia Instruments will piny Victor Records Sinclair's Confectionery 600 pieces of new sheet music ' ?, IMPROVED COLUMBIA .. "REGAL", 50 On spccnn torhiB and on approval Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryas County. Pubflsneli every Thursday at 114 N. oThlrdVAvcnue, Durant, Oklahoma. TJ "rr Entered as second class mail mat- 3ifc at the postofflco at Durant, Okla- Irana, under Act of Congress of March td;.1879. . . ; . EL M. "EVANS, Editor 'and Publi...

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. — 30 May 1913

THE PDKAJTT, WEEKiLT XVB ft U I DURANT CLOTHING GO'S. ii SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, MAY 30 Our entire line of Men's Suits will be on sale at exactly .- -f 3 Price The prices were $9,75 te A J Q Q- Tn A O C ft $25.00-..now they are only 4.00 U 9 I L. OU These suits will rpj: .be here Idfcg at such prices better come early noto or other Instrument, or Agree ment, interest shall not be compound ed," and the penalty Is fixed at Im prisonment in tho xountVsJall ot no lets than Uur,t days noouofo than six months- nnd ly fino i not,-, less than fifl' 'nor more thai0 five (hun dred dollars. - ft ' MOULD RESTRAIN' PROSECUTIONS . Suit has been tiled in Uio Federal Court for thq Westorn District' " of Oklahoma against State Insurance Commissioner "Welch by tho Western Hall Indemnity) Exchange and" the Farmers' Hall Exchange Insurance Companies to restrain the State Con)' mlssioner from bringing threatened prosccutIon9 against them, Tho Com mlssioner denied- tho companies af license to do business nnd...

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. — 30 May 1913

if ? ' A .O THE DURANT WIEKII .NE.1TS E. F.' RINES, Pre.ldent D. MORGAN, Vice-Prerideat H. D. NEELY, CaiUcr The First National Bank 01 s Gity- ' K Ten Stories Of .. Solid Comfori- capital $ioo;ooo The Bank That Accommodates PROGRAM S. S. CONVENTION JIEDUCED FARES OX ALL RAIL- JtOADS FREE ENTERTAIN. MENT DIO PROGRAM Tho "best yet" convention, the "big gest yet" program, tho "largest yet" delegation nnd tho "greatest yet" tlmo is assured In tho sixth annual conven tion of the Bryan County Sunday School Association to bo held at Du rant on Saturday and Sunday, Juno "' 7th and 8th. t Never before have tho workers man ifested a greator Interest, never bo fore has any town mado such exton , sivo preparation than has Durant, never before has such an extcnslvo and profitable program been, arranged and tho railroads are offering reduced rate?. RAILROAD RATES The Katy, Frisco and M. O. & O. offer a fare of one and one-third for tho round trip. This applies to any town within fifty miles o...

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. — 30 May 1913

h3I iJ4.(. THE UDRAKT WEEKLY NEWS i tp, I iiHNHIHIHHBi.HMlHMMIHHaMnJMPMHMHHHM n "Nearly all those Wagon and Buggies art Studebakers" Every year over one hundred thousand Studebaker vehicles are sold. This tells you what the farmers of the country think of the Studebaker wagons. This appreciation has been constantly grow ing for sixty years. This appreciation has been earned by the deter mination of Studebaker to produce an honestly built wagon that will do a full day a work and keep on doing it, and not to build a cheap one. The man who buys the Studebaker gets all the improvements gained by the experience of two gener ations of wagon builders. FunWiimi Tracks Butfi DHrry WM Surr7 Sold nnJir M SlmJtkakor rmaranl. See oar Dealer or urtle us. Dwd Woo BubM Wtu Pomj Cute flanm STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. KSW YOKK UINNJU.FOLIS CHICAGO DALLAS KANOASCTTY. DENVER SALT LAKX CITY SAM HtANCISCO PORTLAND, OILT. ItECEIVEnSHU' POtt FJUSCO We Joan money on farm lands lfw- jest rate quick inoney. S...

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. — 30 May 1913

o o 8 if e ji.ax& $Xtx jrlfwtf MMMMMMMMMHHMM FARM LAND ON YOUR TERMS bo worked In any tQVfi inJJryan coun ty $io; nitfphi KJ? K, I Class 13 Roadster Trdfterr single, 4p.v Wo havo several choice pieces of land, whlcK wo wish to; dleposo of at once, and on which very attractive price! aro offored: ' 165 acres of oxtra flno meadow land near Calbra, all under fence, and all can bo cultivated, ". -, 115 acres of very fine farm land close to Durant,' ari"eictra bargain ior a man who wants n Rood farm home, A flno 200 acre farm noar Utlc'a that cannot bo beat the the price wo offor. "' A mfnuto description of each of tho above pieces of land may be seen at our office. Tho prices placed on these places aro right, and a purchaser' may almost mako Msrown-Jerms of payment Tbo idea is that the owners must sell tho land. Big snaps for some body whllo thoy aro available. Citizens Loan & Realty Co. WHALE AND COX, MANAGERS CHAUTAUQUA TO BE GREAT EVENT KUXIUHI.3 '10 I1E PRESENTED, NET. E JIK...

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. — 6 June 1913

' 2TRANT WEEKLY NEWS 2 i ' kw .so. . v? M w OFFICIAL NEWSPAPBR OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN Volume XVII. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE d, 1918. Ntfmfecr 2. tF ( L t I" m ,y ' ff $136,000 PAID. FOR FARM LANDS SEVERAL LAKGE REAL ESTATE DEALS THE PAST MONTH AND MORE PENDING NOW Tho past thirty days has been ono continuous string of real estate transfers, during which tlmo several of the county's biggest land deals havo been pulled off, and tho biggest buyB have been made bji out of state persons attracted by tho great farm ing possibilities of this section of country. Some of tho larger trades, which total about $136,000, aro as follows: O. H. Perkins sold his three hun dred nnd ton acres on Twelvo MIlo to J. B. Lily, of Whltcwrlght, Toxas, for $24,000, and In turn bought 400 acres himself through Short and Haynes, tho consideration being $1G,000.00. ChaB. R. Allen sold A. J. Aycock, of Princeton, Texas, four hundrod And sixty acres known ns tho Sldnoy Fos tor, tho Thompson nnd tho Bakor al...

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. — 6 June 1913

-zar. THE BTJRAXT WEEKLY flETTS we T" "When I invest in a wagon buy a Studebaker, then ' it's a safe investment" Of course it ist Studebaker wagons are built on honor, with sixty years of wagon building experience and with every wagon goes a Studebaker guarantee. You can't afford to have a dealer sell you some other wagon represented to be "just as good." If you want a wagon that will last, run easily and stand up to its work, there is only one wagon to buy and that's a Studebaker. Don't trade ten extra years of service for a few dollars difference in price. Studebaker wagons ore made to fit every require ment of business or pleasure, in city, town or country. Farm Wtfoo Biulaau Wtoaj Trucltt SuiTr BntciM RunabeaU Pony CtnUtH Dump Crt Hamew Each the best of lU kind. See our Dealer or tcrile u. STUDEBAKER South Bend, Ind. NKWYCKZ CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER MINNEAPOLIS SALT LAKE CITY AN FRANCISCO PORTLAND, ORE. I K OURT HOUSE NEWS Administration of Bryan County Affairs I WATSON...

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. — 6 June 1913

THE DURANT TTEEKLI XEWS M 'I I jRSSi "V w 1 For Making Pure, Delicious Home-Baked Food, r PRICES 5?mBakingPSowdci makes Fine and Wholesome Biscuit, Delicious Cake and Pastry mU A.0 a kindlier fooling toward aumb ani mals. What Mr. Motzer thought wero nec essary restrictions to mako tho fund perpetual to tho extent of two and a half centuries were ommlted from tho net. Ho will require that tho money shall always bo on deposit, drawing not less than 4'por cent intcrest;that It shall always bo a trust fund and that It shall nover bo diverted for stato or governmental purposes, nor bo em ployed for purposes than those named in tho grant. The matter will probab ly bo presented again at the noxt Legislature. was launched rocently by Tom Lattn as the official Progressive party organ of the State, but Latin's health has failed, making It necessary for him to sell tho paper. Another ,Oklahoma deal was closod In Vlnlla whereby tho Vlnlta Chieftain pasBcs from tho ownership of D. II. Marrs and...

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. — 6 June 1913

THE DURAST WEEKL1 KEWS fl SACK AT 3-30 ICONS, TO CHSUTAUQ.UA! l SLi&S TTT i 1 The ' Ct&Vitauqua Com'iftitteeman , N I HpHIS rHdn is the Chautauqua " committeeman. He is the ' man of youc town who carries muchOoGthe burden of the Chautauqua. And still he has a business of his own to look after. iRttl He induced the Chautauqua to come in. He promised that if the Chautauqua would come there would be a crowd to receive it. He may have handled a mass of Chautau qua correspondence, sold a bundle.' oEtfckets and made a score of local arrangements why? Because he wanted the town to n$ve a week of enter tainment and music and lectures he" believed worth while This Chautauqua committeeman is ahard working bus iness or professional man; of the type the poet was talking about when he said: "I thank Thee, O Lord, that I have time for things that don't pay dividends " A few men of this typo mako a town f'T'1''"" nnd the more it has of them the finer si luwhTi'wflt bo. You should be proud ...

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. — 6 June 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS IV t I ' V DURANT CLOTHING CO'S. 11 SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, MAY 30 will Our entire line of Men's Suits be on sale at exactly Price The prices were $9.75 to 0QQ'Tn19Kfl $25.00-now they are only $.00 W $ I L.UU These suits will dot be here long at such pricesbetter come early ANOTHER VOTE ON SECTION 9 OF OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTION PLANS LAID IN OKLAHOMA CITV COMMENCEMENT Dr W. M. Anderson of ered Prcsb) tertan College mcnccmcnt Address us Dcllr. Com Jg. The Important event of commence ment week for tho Oklahoma Prefi byterlnn College for Girls, was tho closing exorcises hold at tho Pres byterlnn church Friday, night, when tho awarding of tho certificates and degrees took place. The commence ment address was dollvorcd by Rev. W. M. Anderson, D. D., of Dallas. Tho students occupied tho choir stand and the front seats Immediately In front of the choir. The graduates wore college caps and gowns, carried flowers and occupied seats on the platform. Honor medals were awaraed as...

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. — 6 June 1913

c u E. F. R1NES, Preaidrnt capital $100,000 The Bank That Accommodates HOUSEHOLD HINTS "When burning table scraps contain ing grease or powder substance tbo un pleasant cloud ot smoke can bo avoid ed by placing the scraps In a bag or plocc of old newspaper. The first necessity In keeping food ot any kind sweet and fresh 1b clean, dry and airy cupboards and closets. Tbo next greatest necessity Is a good, well-cared for refrigerator ot amplo capacity. In closets or rooms where It Is dif ficult to keep things dry, because the air docs not move freely, bowls of un packed lime should be kept on tho shelves near the food. It will absorb tho moisture. When making garments for a bazar it Is a good Idea to roll the scrapB that aro left into a llttlo bundle and fasten them to tho garment To test silk, fray out the threads and break them. It thoy snap easily, it Is not good. The warp thread running lengthwise should be ot equal strength with tho woof thread running cross wise "When frying doug...

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. — 6 June 1913

TIIE DHKAKT WEEKLY NEWS I l wrb ffl& ILK. tfh i (!'. JjIllLfi i5ti rfV-K"" MSL akfi rr"' riJi OT.' i jr. '14- i itt sSrt :i ffS 1 'lftMafl iijimiiiriiL &- The Lure of the City ANY a boy on a farm has a yearning to live in town. The tl altttor and firlnmnr nf fh ottv nnw ai- hie nnl. H Innnt tn r x J. gct away from the quiet fields and into the din of the city m? '2" -"T streets. Strange, isn't it, that a boy should prefer being swallowed up in the crush of thousands instead of the independence and joy of his home life? But he does. He wants excitement. And we've got to give him excitement or he will become rest less and dissatisfied. Not rough, hurly-burly excitement that leaves nothing but a bad taste. He will get enough of that. But what you want .o give the boy of the farm and small town is entertain ment that he 11 like and that will pay him to remember. Let's keep the boy on the farm by making him more content with his lot; by giving him something to combat this "Lure o...

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. — 6 June 1913

TIIE DURANT WEEKLY NEW8 CONVICTS WILL WORK AT ACHILLE decora ted street parade julV Fourth MUCH ROAD WORK' FLANKED THERE OTHER ACHILLE ' ITEMS V . 'S"VR f ww Wdfn - !aaaM iHHaaaaBiiiHB,aaawi wsl,frfllV4J6iimmlaani mxwwwmwwwwwMmwwmwmmwwmwwwwwwwwwwwwwl This will be the opening of tho Bryan County Horso Show, and from all Indications will surpass that oC last tall. Tho merchants of Duraut and Brjnn County nro planning some surprises In the way of beautiful floats. " Manager Pollard of tho Horso Show? has 'ordered the loving cups that will be awarded to the prize wlnnersjnihls parado as follows: FTrsr. for the most beautifully dccorato(tauto: second, for tho most beautifully decorated single or double vehicle J third, for tho most beau tifully decorated horso with or without rider? fourth, for tho best float or any business firm In Bryan County, tli6 ward to be mado on dccoia- .tiacwi Mans, design and appropriate advertising tyalun to tho business repre sented; fifth, for tho most beaut...

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. — 13 June 1913

URANT WE1KLY News cf p j OPPItJIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN VelHme XVII. " - DDRANT. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 191S. '" T " " ,' . Number 21, i t V A o ' r fh BUFORD BOYS NOT GUILTY SLAYERS OF JIM FAMISH ACQUIT TED OF XURDER CHAXQK WED . NESDAY ON SECOND TRIAL Iman and Paul Buford arc not guilty not tho murder of Jlni Parish, is tho wordlct of tho twelve juror who heard tho case tried, this week, and tho boys, whose first trial tosultcd' In a hung Jury, aro now fre men again. Tho caso occupied Monday and Tues day and went to the Jury Tuesday af ternoon. At noon Wednctday the Jury asked tho court for furthor ln Btructlons, and at 3:30 returned their verdict and were discharged. Tho story of tho Parish killing is -well rememborod by readers ol The News, and at tho time created a lot t excitement, Jim Parish, th town marshal if Bennington, lud gone to tho Buford homo on Tom Sexton's place near Wade, to lovy on sono cut tle owing to a judgment lui.ri 'n tJudge Turpln's court at...

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. — 13 June 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS P ! K &' ffiwSRs "77ie wagon that stands up like the reputation of its makers" When you buy a Studebaker wagon you buy a wagon that will last until you turn the farm over to your con and he turns it over to his son. One of the first Slitichdkcr wagons ever made saw constant service for thirty years, and we will gladly send you the names of farmers who have in their possesion wagons that have been In constant use any where from 17 to 48 years and there are thousands of them. We are building the same kind of wagons today. A Studehakfit wagon is an investment that will give you full return for your outlay. It is built on honor. Iron, steel, wood, paint and varnish used in its construc tion are tested and retested to make sure each is the best For work,businesa or pleasure for town or country use thereisa5(fcfcaervehicleto fityour requirements. Farm wagons, dump cart, tracks, buggies, surreys, run boats, pony carriages, business Yehidea of every description wi...

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. — 13 June 1913

:-' v THE IJURAKT W.EEKLT SEWS 4- $ The Official Tests show Dr. Price's Baking Powder to be most N efficient in strength, of highest parity and healthfnlness D? PRICES CRJEAkM BAKING POWDER No Alum, No Phosphate of lime GORE AMENDMENT ADOLTEI) Designs to 1'rcTcnt Collodion of $3,500,000 on McMurrny Contract MARTIN TO HE TRIED AGAIX XcMURRAY CONTRACTS SliqW REVELATION Investigation Shows Collision Jl'o- tween McAlcstcr Attorney and 80 Prominent Indians Washington, Juno 12. Tho most striking revelation in tho Investigation of tho McMurray contracts by tho Son ate Indian Comtnltteo Is ono of Mc TOurray's famous contracts with tho thirty Indian princes of tho blood royal. In November last McMurray entered Into a contract with thirty of tho most prominent and Influential members of tho Choctaw and Chicka saw tribes. Under there contracts tho lucky thirty were to advance $500 each and,. If necessary, advance $1,000 each to promote tho success of tho so called McMurray contracts. In return...

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. — 13 June 1913

i r THE DURANT WfcEKLY NW8 gsajsji 5fr2U) afc Are Ripe Youtl need one soon, so get It now. Maybe you hacn't'qulto got the idcn yet you surely shouldn't neglect It Th'c -straw hnt season Is on. licro arc straw hats of every- kind and style. You ougtil to tee what's doing In our $3.00 straws. Ail the good styles'' .Others at $1.00, $1.50 and 2.00. Worth while seeing. kjw otoci? or tacen 5 Suits at Exactly Price ass It you are In need-of a suit, now Is Ihc time to buy. Since wo p.tt our sale on we've told OVKR HALF of, our entire stock but still . .at noi. have a good assortment of patterns aidlzcs-t-Conic and look and you will buy. & 9U MmMMmMa R!EI!I9B!1j!I3IIuius9HsIBiHBjSI3s MURRAY IS ON THE WARPATH CONGRESSMAN FRO.H OKLAHOMA FEELS FOSTOFFICE I) KPT. SLIGHTS HIM alrtad.v bao compiled with the law, many under protest. Tho Lewis Pub lishing company and the Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin of XowVWk led the attack upon the ttitrtHV,3ij'rngIng suits for Injunction In the...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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