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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 27 June 1913

fmmmmm wHMH rm "ti ii " T 'i ifirmn """iitn &$&&$& b $&& COTTON CHOPS 5SS4S,,S$'$S$,&,S3S$ Tho lollowlng has been resolved by The News with request that the same be published: The cotton crop of 1913 will soon be thrown on tho market and tho question Is sbull we dump it on the market ro gardtess of price or conditions, or aro jou going to control your crop so It : will bring lo you tho cost of production Und a profit. Tho Southorn States r Cotton Corporation stands ready to aid you tin holding vour cotton off tho mar icct till It 1b needed at a fair price, gtv- 'Inn to thn farmers all tho unnecessary F expenso that has herctoforo gono to 'tho middle man, less tho contract feo. If the Corporation was not n safe tiroposltlon or was Illegal lt would have botin exposed ln all tho papers, but tho fact that only prnlso from all who havo Investigated tho object f, sought for through this system of mar keting Uio bettorment and uplift of tho whole south and the 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. — 27 June 1913

s THE DORAHT WEEXLl AUTO 8FEEDK83 Th recent ultimatum o( Mayor Fote to the efftct that auto speeding la Durint must stop; to The contrary aotwlth'standlng; two autolsts of Du rant "thru 'em loose" faster than ever when driving on North' Third' and Sec ond avenues. ' Now this paper has- no; desire to "butt In" as It were, but It wbuld inerely pass out the gentle tip that these speeders will bo summarily ummohed before the police court and fined, without any advance notice, un less they cut out this fast driving at once. 'The entire police force is dead onto these speeders, and aro only waiting to catch them with the goods. Suck action as this, which Is danger ous to pedestrians and civilized auto drivers as well, merits a little more than a mere flno. ' LOYAL FANS "If our team had a losing streak as bad as .Durant has had, the bleachers would be bare and grand stand seats could uot be given -away" Is the state ment -of a Denlson man who saw Du rant lone her first game to Ardmore this...

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. — 27 June 1913

v THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS V 1 RURAL ROUTE I The president Is pleased nt tho ar- Irangemont, wherein ho can meet tho Tho old I). Q. Harncd roulo for a correspondents facMo face. And Uie TUral routo running northwest of tho ' peopi0 aro pleased nt tho arrangement, city and back, taking In some 27 miles Bneo jt BiYCB them a flno chanco to of country nnd serving over a hundred , feoi closer to tho people In forty families, Is up tigaln, 'homan. and It Is hoped that with a foW slight president. Okln- changes being proposed by O. L Shan noli, that tho inspector for Uio postof flco department will approvo tho routo and It will bo established. Postmas ter Early and an inspector wont over tho proposed routo Wednesday and tho Inspector turned It down FOR TH12 REASON THAT THE KOADS WERE too notion and ron the lack OF ONE CERTAIN BRIDGE, but tho 'slight changes proposed by Mr. Shan non, will bring tho routo to a point whero there Is n bridge, nnd whtcn should sottlo that objection, and a lit tle...

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. — 27 June 1913

THE DURANT 1?EKZ.f KKWS 10 Cut Prices oiiAll Summer Goods As wo necr want to carry over any summer goods wo havo decided to mako some great reductions on Men's and Boys' Clothing, Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords and all Ladles' and Children's Ileady-to-wcar. If IP, m LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR Ladies' $12.30 Dresses - $8.25 Ladles $10.00 Dresses ' $6.50 . Ladlos' $7.50 Dresses ,..,;;. G4.75 Ladles' $G.0O Dressoa ., ,..,1.50 Indies' $o.00 Dresses w $3.50 ladles' $4.00 Dresses $3.00 ladles' $3.00 Dresses . $2.00 Ladles' $1.50 Dresses $1.00 ladles' $J.0O Dresses ,.-75 V V si m- 1 ? V Ladles' $3.5t) Waist -.-. !- $2.50 Indies' $2.50 WalsL SI. 50 Indies' $1 CO Waist 1'.... -' $1.00 Ladles' $1.25 Walat -, 90 ladies' $1.00 Waist 75 LADIES' OXFORDS $4.00 Oxfords . $2.90 $3.50 Oxfords $2.50 $3.00 Oxfords $2.25 $2.50 Oxfords - $1.75 $2.00 Oxfords $1.50 4, Big lot of odds and ends In oxfords, last season's Etjlcs, ?2.50 and $3.00 values at I S1.00 MEN'S OXFORDS $G.0O Nettletonr r $4.75 $5.50 ...

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. — 4 July 1913

TP DURANT 4 OFFICIAL NXWSFAPIK THE COUNTY BRYAN ' Yo1mo XYII. ? DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1017. Namlrcr: 27. r News OF THE COUNTY OF I1 r ; AV k p. ELECTION FOR COURT HOUSE WAIST HIH COTTON AUQDST FIFTH VOTERS WILL- DE CIDE AS TO SPENDING $L'0,000 " FOR SITE AND HUILDINGS Wednesday the Board of County kmmlsslonors mot In special session and followlns the presentation of.poj tltlons signed by something like 1,200 Voters, called a special election to bo held August 5th for tho purposo of voting on tho proposition of Issuing "bonds In tho sum of $150,000 to buy a . slto and erect a court houso and Jail. k. Tho bonds, If voted, -will run for Iwonty-flvo years nnl bear Interest at the rato of five per cont per annum. It 1b guaranteed that tho entire cost, site, buildings and all will not exceed tho amount of tho bonds asked for. Tho potltlons woro circulated first larft Friday, sovoral of thorn being car ried over practically all parts of tho countv. and by Saturday nearly a thou...

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. — 4 July 1913

a THE BVXANT WEEXI1 W1W8 When Better Picture Are Made They Will Be Shown At THEORPHEUM Durant's Leading Photo Theater. The Place where Everybody Goes "There is No Music Like Ours" they lnvolvo nearly nil of the old type Republican leaders who shono power ful In tho days of Cnnnonlsm. KAFIH AND MILO AS SILAGE CHOI'S J Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N, Third Avenue, Surest, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter at tho postofflce at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March Brd, 1879. a M. EVANS, Editor and Publlsbsr. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, in advance,. $1.00 Six Months, In advance, .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of InBortlons will be printed each issue until ordered dis continued by tho advertiser. The publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good a...

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. — 4 July 1913

'THE DURAJTT WEEKLY KEW8 k. i ft f GRAND JURY IS NOW IN SESSION JUDGE HATCIIETT ORDERED IX. VKSTIGATION INTO EYEKT KIND OF LAW VIOLATION Monday morning Judgo Jcbso M. Hatchott convened tho flrBt Grand Jury that Dryan county has seen as sembled since May, 1912, nearly one year nnd two months ago, and of tor hearing tho charge of tho court, tho Jury mon Went right to work, with . Bailiff Dock Ilathcox stationed at tho door of tho Jury room. Tho 'Jury Is composed of tho follow ,, ing: It. C. Edolcn, Mead, foreman; W. Jj. Young, Albany; J. D. Potts, Jr., Col bert; N. G. Tadlock. Roberta; Horace Marshall, Durant; W. A. Kealhloy, Du rant; W. M. Duty. Cado; J. H. Garrett. Bokchlto: Ira Elrod. Achllle; R. L. Garner, Roberta; A. H. Moffatt, Caddo, and J. D. Hocket. Kemp. Tho chargo of Judgo Hatchott to tho . Grand Jury Is said to have been tho fV most volumnlous nnd cxhaustlvo over i glv.i tc a Jury In this county, and covered every possible phase of law violation from peddling booze to mur ...

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. — 4 July 1913

THE UKAlfT. ITKFKLY WISTTB 4 CHOICE MEN'S SUITS UP TO 118.50 AT $9io3 Ff& Delivery will be made by Parcel Psl to followimg olfices at Sale Prices: ATOKA AYLESWORTH ACHILLE ARMSTRONG ALLISON ALBANY COLEMAN CADE CANEY BMBT FULSOM IIENDRIX SEMI- $20 TO $30 SUITS CHOICE MEN'S $12.85 . BOSYTHLL BOGGY DEPOT BENNINGTON BURSE BOKCHITO . ' CADDO BLUE ' ' - COLBERT BANTY - CALERA BEE - ' CUMBERLAND ALL $2.51, $3.0 AN1 $3.G STRATT HATS $1.85 STETSON HATS $3.50 CHOICE OVER 40 MEN'S S2.C0, $3.lt HATS $1.85 2l DOTS' HATS YALUES UP TO ?2.M $1.15 $1.80 VALUES IE MEN'S SHIRTS 65C BEST MAKES MEN'S $1.50 SHIRTS S80 35c KNIT DRAWERS AND UNDERSHIRTS 20C 11.50 ROXFORD UNION .SUITS 98C BEST '$1.00 OVERALL, UNIOnImADE 75C CHOICE OP $4.50 AND 5.0 MEN'S PANTS $3.85 CHOICE $3.50 AND $4.10 MEN'S PANTS ANNUAL H kffiing You to Our Summer Clearing Sale kas become More pleasing and satisfactory each season, aa .we believe our patrons understand oar aabllUn to do away with all sensational. tied Rag, Hot Air Jun...

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. — 4 July 1913

CTifyrT miMii i iium ipjW 1 YTHE WOXYir TtTCSKIY KETTS JACKSON MATOY SILO ,f. MEAD x KEMP .M1LBURJ1 BOPER ROBERTA ' KIERSEY NIDA UTICA r WADE jENEFICK . PLATTER VOCA ( YUDA t JttILL P1RTLE 'WAPANUCKA YA'RNABY , ', , Money Back on all Merchandise not satisfactory. Special attention given to the selection of mail orders. OIIOIOET OAGEj.yisni AND ALL. MimtHJggC. PRISE alt, coats; susis. skirts and' dkeeke3 must; bet sdkdi kf PHRH LINEN '524 MIDDY BEOIJSK $1.65 $2.W WHITE CORBURO MIDDY BLOUSE $1.65 DAY, JULY 4 s. , f Suits at Clearance Prices i'R RIICH lines' as BISCHOP. REDPERN or WOOLTEX COATS, tsS. AND OTHERS AS WELL KNOWN BRANDS OP STYLISH DTlESSES OUR OPPORTUNITY TO BE STYLISHLY DRESSED WITH LITTLE IINO. COATS, SUITS AND SKIRTS A few classy Wooltex Suits in tan and grey mixtures, also black and white effects, Balkan lines, very smart $32.50 valued now $22.50' About half dozen $25.00, $26.50 and $28.50 Suits in Navy, French Serge, Tan and Brown, mannish materials, splendidly suited ...

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. — 4 July 1913

UlL MK i THE UXANT WEEKLY KEW8 E. F. R1NES, President D. MORGAN, Vlce-Presadeet H. D. NEELY, CmkUt The First National Bank 01 City- M nfen Stor-iea Of Solid ComTorJr-J capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma I450fwithout Bath il to lo Darpias ana T07 1QC QH UsdlTlJcd l'roflU vJ)Z,40D.0U Ssrplas and IRoomsJ wim uain v 10 ! LCafe Prices Sensible, Club BreaXfasta25AUp The Bank That Accommodates Noonday Luncn, u Business Solicited LYennvi umner d h &' Mwmagaa 'wlflHSaBi5fl HOUSEHOLD HINTS 'Kk.n flrvqjunlly when separating Cw -rAntes. from, tho yolkB ot eggs tlio jjafU btcames. broken and falls Into tiXi? white- Dip a cloth In warm water, micIqs: It dry and touch the yolk with to cnr. Tho yolk will adbero to Stic toth. and may be easily Temov fl. Tbs careful laundress always keeps an tenth on hand with which she Ensukca. the frlngo-on towels and doll fis. A. 3sccrp of soda dissolved in a lit Win Ihv 'water and added to the blue icslEr -vllL prevent the bluing from nrsCrGcp In tin. cloth...

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. — 4 July 1913

,v THE BUKANT YTEBKLl NEWS JL, t'lZff IED KOUTE ASSURED M. and POfl etf. finornlng Postofflco Inspector vett, Postmaster 0. W. Early S'Bhahnon -wont over the pro- fal routo to tho northWcBt of returning to I) u rant about bk, and when interviewed by r, Sir. Jewett stated that he all nrouablllty recommend routo bo established as laid that thero are very small ro- cnW to bo met whlh consist Lot ropalrlnB bad spots in tho hich will bo easily accomplish Ms is what has been called tho llnrned .route, and which has been ntewhat owing to portions lnal routo which would bo itt passablo condition. as it is now mapped out, ill likely bo recommended for establishment, is as 'roceod from Durant five on- the First Avenue road. miles west, thenco (our thenco two miles west. mites south,, thence two thenco three miles south. xallo cast, thenco threo and back to Durant chnnHfKo of UflSMK hnrdJJjR TMgMKg andjjjjjSKftv by wUfwott folferSfMl mlleTfiHL Theeg,J mlleSfflt, thedjgiK mllwTiSKV theMOHK. lnl...

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. — 4 July 1913

'1H"WT ' K. THE BBRANT 1TEXKLT NKWS 1 3WE5 ; SKJLSDLNG F CONTESTANTS Whfflyzlujt Is tho standing ot tho ryjfcuautitfi?m tho Durant NewB-Corner JOt&&.Sln?a Grand Piano Voting Con- AeaJVsal ho count ot votce Wednesday .?TtMu.tot this week! ALBANY -SSL. -"Z7.G28 .23.803 a19,G39 4 17,824 1 20,892 3 18,673 VZ- 14,721 21,037 16,829 ACHILLE 28.4G9 3X- BLUE 29,192 I 52 23,801 31,284 48 14,732 -26.910 J 50 1G.921 JESC03 j 44 26,934 St.. 3L .29,587 (BENNINGTON 12; 36,011 tS 32,468 IS. 0.U708 71 19,172 tA 32,911 15 37,810 10 27,809 9. 28.632 13 .16,921 17 21,621 bOIWIIITO 5X J3S.30S 83 22,701 t 32,102 .COLBERT Vft 4G.766 I 60. 33,907 :&. 28,181 I G9. 27,410 , .CALERA JT '42,124 75 23,147 "7I. . 19.3G9 74 16,297 TZ. 18,241 CADDO TTL. J1D.8G2 79 29,003 V 24,055 1 81'..'- 17,633 BZ. 1 2(T,312 iBUKAUT '7lt T54.205 rit 41,155 -2X STvllT 57 36,786 29 31,424 II 28,886 12 32.235 IT. 227.93 I 20.-381 40 19,561 2KL- -22.D1G 35 28,921 -rrr- -T414 -47,902 .23,791 I 67 61,998 28 G3.271 38 45.36...

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. — 11 July 1913

Durant Weekly OFPIOIAL NEW8PAFER OF, THE COUNTY OF BEYAN NeWs v; && 4 Volnmo XY1I. , DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. JULY 11, 11)13. THREE DROVfc AS BOAT WAS UPSET ALICE SPELL, GENEVA JONES AND ANNIE IIALSELL SINK BEFORE HELP AltUIVES Probably tho most tragic accident In tho annals of Bryan county was en acted Tuesday evening about eight thirty o'clock near tho mouth of Dluo river, thirteen miles south of Ben nington, when Allco Spell, aged, sev enteen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Spell, Durant, Genova Jbncs, aged fourteen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacky Jones of Bennington, and Annie Halsell, aged twolvo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doak Ilalsoll of Bennington, all sank in tho deep water of Bluo and drowned beforo help could arrive, when a boat upset, and Doak Hnlsoll, father of ono of tho victims, who could not swim, was nearly dead when res cued. , A party composod of Doak Ilalsoll and family, Zcra Burnsido and family, Morris Smith and family, Sam Murray and thrco of tho Jones ...

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. — 11 July 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Household Hints that are passed over the Garden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps By Miss Mabel Linda HOUSEHOLD HINTS When making croquettes of left over mont It Is much better to boll tho meat until It Is very tender.. Tho croquettes will be much more pala table. Sprinkle a few drops of camphor nbout a sick room. It makes nn ex cellent disinfectant and the room will have a pleasant and refreshing odor. A fine plcco of black sticking plas ter will mend tho hole In an umbrella. Soak It soft and place it carefully on tho inside under tho hole, and allow it to dry. To clean doormatB put the mat Into n bath of soapy water and scrub with n hard scrubbing brush. Then rlnso well In Bold water, standing It up to dry. When washing back combs, brushes and trays, try rubbing a little oltvo oil Into them after washing them. This will prevent their turning gray and streaked. Soapy water and some flno sand Is an excellent thing for cleaning de canters. Shake tho decanter until t...

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. — 11 July 1913

& THB DURANT WEEKLI HEWS s $ i BKte'Mfliht BirfliHf JsL.Ay K $9HHflsaa?Jflk J THE THREE-DUTTONS-SOCIETY EQUESTRIANS AT STATE FAIR irt While tho Oklahoma Stato Fair and Exposition, Oklahoma City, September 23 to Octobor 4, 191?, will be nothing short of a colloglato "short cut," offi core and directors aro not unmindful of tho fact that It often requires amuaoment to attract people to In struction. Tho directors, thorefore, havo contracted for many sonsatlonal novelty acts that will bo seon for the first time acts that aro thrilling and at tho snmo time elevating In a word, Instructive amusement. Tho Thrco Duttons, Shaw's Comedy Anl mal Circus, Alexander the Great, "th man monkoy with tho human brain".; Natlollo's band nnd grand opera sing ers, tho Groat Patterson Shows, man euvers by U. S. troops and countless other features wilt contributo to the dazzling amusement program thlt year. WINNERS IN HORSE SHOW FIRST ANNUAL EVENT ATTENDED BY IMMENSE CROWDS OF PEOPLE Tho First Annual ...

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. — 11 July 1913

Iiii,KiiiWIIIIIWI. f 0 A TKE BURANtf Tf.EKKLT X1W8 '1 Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published ovory Thursday at 114 N. Third Avcnuo, Durant, Oklahoma. Knterod aa second class mall mat tor at tho poatofflco at Durant, Okla homa, undor Act of Congress of March Brd, 1879. K. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TEItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance,.-. $1.00 Blx Months, In advance, .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of insertions will bo printed each Issue until ordered dis continued by tho advertiser. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advcrtUomcnt for any reason good and sufficient to himself. CAL ADMINISTRATION OP COUNTY AFFATrSMADE POSSIBLE BY ADE QUATE FACILITIES". Othorwiso thoro Is .nojRomment necessary as regards the HeTaldJir article which knowing persons will ignoro, owing to Its soucofhndjtho spirit which prompted it...

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. — 11 July 1913

THE BUXAX9 WKKKLT TCSWS r X5 "MMMMMMMMMHOnHMl Do ou 2ee SHOES i jBoi fzgi anc Loa; Cu 5zoes Qere Vou in Our Gigantic Removal Sale ' We Carry a Linerof the Very Beat Brands You Can Obtain Steadfast, Stacy Adams and Beacon ALL. CHOICE NEW STYLES. Men's $5.00 and JG.00 Soocs now . $8J8 Men's $4.00 Shoes now 9fc25 Men's $3.60 Shoes now 1 ffc&S Men's J3.00 Shoes now . $&99 Odd Lots From thY'Dijfercnt Lines at - GREATER REDUCED 'PRICES- Straw Hats Price gfoja' SttHs Off Durant Clothing Co. WORK OF 4TH LEGISLATURE ArPKOPKIATIONS OF BOTH SES SIONS TOTAL $7,772 LIST OF ACTS PASSED Oklahoma City, Okla., July 10. The Fourth Legislature, in regular and special session, was In session 140 days and appropriated $7,722,200. The emergency acts of tho Legislature toon effect as soon as approved by the Gov ernor. Tho nonemergency acts of tho regular session became effective June 15, and those of the special session, which ended July G, will become ef fective Friday, Oct 3. n n Appropriations ...

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. — 11 July 1913

im.tfitmnvgigiggjE! VI Q HE BUKAKT WEBKI1 HK1TI E, F. RINES, President D. MORGAN, Vice-Present It D. NEELY. CmUm 4 V w "lllfii l The First National Bank mn ctt2: f 1 I capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma sss ".,. $27,485.8& The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Well Water Unfit to Drink UY IMS. LAIRD, CUE MIST, 8. E. NORMAL In discussing the subject of drink anff waters of Durant, It is my pur jxjso lo give tho people of Durant an Insight Into tbo possibilities of waters, chancm for pollution and remedy tor stho removal of tho objcctlonal features. This Is tho time of the year that wo .must begin to guard against that dread ?d disease typhoid, and a few others of j less dangerous nature. All may be avoided by n llttlo precaution. I feel that should this nrtlclo bo the cause of somo people taking tho proper method of pretention and perhaps preventing a spread of the disease, then I have been Justified in writing this article. Arc tho waters of Durant fit for -drinking pu...

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. — 11 July 1913

TXK JUKANT WXKKLT AKWI ib F- V Tf7' - r to insure complete success take along a case of cm The satisfying beverage-in field or forest; at home or in town ,. As pure 'and wholesome as it is temptingly good. Delicious Thirst-Quenching IT Demand the Gtmitne Refute tubstitutes. ttai lor Free IkxjUcl. 2 THE COCA-COLA. COMPAQ. ATT ApTTA. GA i HATCHER SCHOOL HOUSE 3 Wo had a nice rain hero the latter part of last week, which did the crops & great deal of good. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Beauchamp of Caddo spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. Miss Mary O'Dea returned to Sher man after spending several weeks with home folks. Mr. Stanloy's father from Texas Is visiting him this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hlbdon are visiting ' relatives In Keneflck this week. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and her sis ter, Miss Detnney, Were Caddo visi tors Friday. Ira and Sadie Hlbdon went to Kene flck Saturday. $4$c3S$33$33$$33 ' $ FIRTLE ITEMS 4 S$$iSJ4JJJ4 C D. Parish of Silo cloBcd a suc cessful ten days singing sc...

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. — 11 July 1913

jmaud ,. ,.3L ktCVi -"- ;?tf- IBP J7 "1 THE BUXAKT WXIKLT 5IWI Tomorrow We Start the Second Week of Our Ifc- i' CLEARING The first neck of Snmmcr Clearing Salo wis ono of tlio most suc cessful wo Itaro over had. Tlio largo" 'crowd, who camo Uio first fow days liOTo told others, then a grenj many Trho Iibto attended out Clearing Sales before already knew from previous sales of tlio great mines, the money batch and tho IiJgfi quality of goods purchased nt r -'raOOi tlieso sales. ztjr j" vjs. laati t. iwu llpfll JL JLL CLEARING PRICES ON WASH GOODS, WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND LINENS $1.00 Ratine at 69c 45 Inch Crcpo Ratine, whlto ground In ratine stripes of lavender, tan, pink, bluo and black, makes up beautiful, per yard , ' - Q96 60c Ratine 39c For dresses, suits or Shirts. Soft finish and ready for needle, plain, also silk stripes, vW' new; on sale 39 35c Voiles 25c 10 Inch wide, both cMIfon and Altman finish; very scarce; now - -1U4..1. ! ,. ... . 25 50c Corduroys 39c Beautiful assortm...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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