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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 1 August 1913

TlJ BUKA5T WJ3XKLY NEWS 5 & I . COUNTY COURT'S CONSENT ENOUGH FULL BLOOD HEIR'S DEED MADE 'SINCE MAY 27, 1008 TAKES ONLY AWtOVAL OF COUNTY COUltT Tho United Stntca circuit court nt BL Paul, in 'deciding tho caso of tho United States of America vs. Knight and Avery, determined a question of title involving lands In Eastern Okla homa to tho valuo of J50.000.000. This caso aroso over a construction of Sec tion 9 of tho Act of CongrcsB of May 27, 1008, In reference to the authority and Jurisdiction of tho Secretary of tho Interior to approvo the deeds of full flood Indian heirs to their inter ests in tho inherited allotments. By tho act of April 26, l'JOG, con gress removed tho restrictions upou inherited land, hut provided that the conveyances by full blood Indian heirs wore not valid unless approved by the Secretary of the Interior. The act of May 27? 1908, conferred upon tho probate courts of Oklahoma tho power and authority to approvo deeds by full blood Indian heirs of tbeir In...

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. — 1 August 1913

"(L THE DURANT WEEKI1 HEWS O. F. JUNES, Prc.idenl D. MORGAN, Vice.Pretldenl H. D. NEELY, CatMer m The First National Bank Capital $100,000 Of Dlirant, Oklahoma SSJk. $27,485.80 vtom i mcj- Ten Stories Of Solid ComforJr .4.Fin I Without Both $1 to l&9 lRoomsiwllh Bnlh 1W t0 i2as?l l Cafe -Prices Sensible, Club BreaXfQsls.Z5C up Noonday Luncn iu The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Evenrrw wnner a b -" m-rvrw;x zurt . otice to This Is to notify the people of Oryan County that the undersigned have purchased the Crown Grocery, located on North Third Avenue, rJ ra.nl. This is one of tho County's finest grocery stores, and our poller naujbc bo maintain tho reputation of the store. We deal In all Staple and Fancy Groceries Flour and Feed We especially Invite tho patronage of farmers and will make them jprloes that are Interesting. We will pay you spot cash at market inrJoo for your butter and eggs. Give us a call and you'll become our regular patron. VAUGHAN BROS. & BATES ...

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. — 1 August 1913

i THE BEST HOT WEATHER TONIC, GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC The Old Standard, General Tonic. Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. FOR GROWN PEOPLE AND CHILDREN. It is a combination of QUININE and IRON In n tasteless form that wonder' fully strengthens and fortifies the system to withstand the depressing effect of the hot summer. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever, Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing-Mothers and I'alc, Sickly Children. Removes Dlllousness -without purging. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthened Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50 conM CADDO COUNTY COURT County Court will conveno In Caddo on August Gth, for tho August terra The docket Is very light, only four criminal cases nnd three civil cases Appearing on tho dockot. Following ar...

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. — 1 August 1913

WWWtW" (T THE BUKANT WEEKLY IfKWS .CADDO BOOSTERS STRONG "EIGHTY BOOSTERS FOR- CORN CARNIVAL IX FIFTEEN AUTOS MADE COUNTY TRIP TUESDAY Tuosdny at noon Durant citizens thought a (Ire Alarm of a now pattern was being tried out, when fifteen auto loads ot Caddo Corn Carnival Boosters eighty of them altogether camo into town from tlio north atnid tho shrieks of siren whistles and mado their pres ence known, by assembling tho Caddo band on Main street and playlfig r tune or two. Tho bunch was out ad lortlslng Caddo'B annual affair and every ono of them was adorned wth n, white cap bearing tho words "Caddo Corn Carnival". t 7 Their itinory was as foflowBFrom Caddo to Keneflck, thenccStofDurant, Calora, Colbert, AchllloWCcmffe City Donlson, back to Albany, Utlca Ro berth, Dokchlto nnd Caddo. This was not fo.'owed however owing to tho bad roads that wcro found in tho south part ot tho county. rofllo as ordered by tho court. Tho Dokchlto bank paid their taxes bo for the day set for trial and...

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. — 8 August 1913

WEEKLY iDlIRANT News W M OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN Volume XVII. a DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FKIDAY) AUGUST 8, 1913. Nnmbcr SS. V ft ' COUNTY TO BUILD SEVEN BRIDGES v ONE STEEL AND SIX WOODEN STRUCTURES TO COST XbOUT $3,000 BADLY NEEDED , Within n short timo work wlt- com- ' a jnonco on six mora wooden hjldgos and ono steel bridge which w6ro con tracted for by tho county cominUslou ore in session this week. Tholocntlon and slzo ot the bridges arc asVfollows: Steel bridge to cross tho crsck two miles northwest of Durant, toiiojto tho plnco of tho old wooden brldgdXwhlch was condemned about two monies ago. The brldgo will havo a 42 foo stool span with n EG foot wooden approach on ono end and n 28 foot approach on tho other end. Contract was, let Wednesday to tho Missouri Brldgo and Construction Co. of St. Louis At tho price of $1,095, the brldgo to W fin ished In forty-flvo days. ''o The six wooden bridges to be built are as follows: , To cross Long Crook, throevjmlles southwes...

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. — 8 August 1913

TUB BtJRAHT WKKXLI NEWS fWI t i Mncnpplc. Mix thoroughly. Bent the whiten of tho crrs until stiff and fold In lightly. Havel ready a plo tin lined with crust. Fill with tho plneappl6 nilxturo lind hako In a modernto oven. Servo cold. ' Treat Them to the treat of treats always welcomed, by all, everywhere ',J K" W&wil Eflff Kflft ft&x- feltmCW; m-4to Sa JvlKNrm D sparkling with life delight fully cooling supremely wholesome. Delicious Ref reshi " 5erEi5 0 JlM SmLJa.Ji m m t Thirst-Quenching Jp Demand the Genuine &' XSJv Kcfusc Substitutes. vC?r ' Fnllt Salplcnn. One can of pineapple, lmnnnas.. cherries, shredded orange, 1 lemon, 1 cup of powdered mignr. Drain the juice from tho can of pin -applo nnd pick the slices to pieces with n silver fork. Mix with equal parts of bnnnnns, cherries, shredded orango find any other fruits that arc In season. Canned peaches nnd pears nr6 delicious mixed with plncapplo nndi cherries. Add the Juice of n lonion nnd one cup of powdered sugar...

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. — 8 August 1913

TME DURANT WEEKLY HEWS .1L vXi f- 0KLAI10MA FARM SOTES , 5 i J From Oklahoma Fnrroer. It's a good idea to havo a fcedlhg floor for your hoes cither oul dU boards orcoment. It saves lots of food during wot -wonthor, and during -dry weather tho hogs don't liavo to get their lungs and stomach full of dirt. It's especially essential to havo 11 'good floor It you feed small grnlh such as kaflr and nillo. labels and ydull bo nblo to sell your fruit and make a big profit on It. Of course It will take lots of work, but several hundred to a thousand cans enn bo pub up every day. It beats lotting them rot,ln tho orchard. Keep Up that soil mulch In tho corn, k'aflr and cotton. It pays to keep it Up until tho crop Is made. Can that fruit crop yourself. Got a home canncr, n lot of tin cans and Dwarf mlto that was planted early Is rrpc onough now to feed and Is a big help to tho follows who havo been short on feed. It's taking tho 'place of tho early corn and boats tho early corn nil hollow for r...

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. — 8 August 1913

4 THE DURA5T WEEKLY SEWS Durant Weekly News 51 37 Officlnl Paper ot Bryan County, Published every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenuo, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mail mat ter at the psstofflco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress ot March Brd, 1879. ' E. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, ...?i.00 Blx Months, In advance, .GO ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without podded number of insertions will bo printed each Issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. The publishor resorves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. TO CONTESTANTS No. Gi Leads the Race. Votes Count More Now Than Ercr Before. Watch for Announcements , Tho contestants aro working harder than o.vor. Tho result is that con testant 28 who lead last week has dropped to fourth placo and number 64 of Silo leads t...

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. — 8 August 1913

THE DURAJfT WB-E'XLI NEWS A' 4t 3 x 3 .2 boct your business call you out of town? Look over the toll rates in the front of tlio Bell Tclcphono Directory. Compare these with your mileage costs, loss of time, the disappoint ments you meet with along the route. You may be half-way across the state and back, with all the economy and satisfaction of telephone travel, while your competitor is counting the mile-posts. Go, and make sure, by Iifi Pioneer Telephone and TelegraphCompanv o. ............. .....,.,.,. r ANEW STORE 0) Wo have bought the Grand Leader lliS from W. T. Thaxton and when our remodeling and restocking process 1b complete, will present the pconlo of Bryan Countyyi nejv store.) J , Wo are Installing now flxturcsfe-c tire and new concrete floor with handsomely stamped metal celling and will put In a handsome niOd- ern .plato glass front with gold let- terl signs, and when Improve - " ;. "... . VMP Iff men of tt aro compieto will ua,Vo no most up-to-datetorfes In county, $ '...

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. — 8 August 1913

THE DUKANT WEKKL1 HEWS E. P. RINES, Pre.Ident D. MORGAN, Vlce-Prettden) H. D. NEELY, C.hl.r The First National Bank om Gjty- -4 . Ten. Stories Of Solid Comfor.iT of Durant, Oklahoma aru. $27,485.80 i 450fwuhout Both i to mo Capital $100,000 oomsiiuitri main iv to tijayi Cafe Prices Sensible Club Breakf osls.25t Up Noonaoy buncn. iu The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Evening Dinner 73t Svonin G See Us for Low Prices and a Square Deal Every T)ay in the Year. OUR ANNUAL SALE OF 3G5H DAYS OF EACH YEAK IS TO BE COJfTIJfED IKDEFI. MTKLY. i i We don't have to send to Kalamazoo or some other foreign market m for a man to come and mark our old in tho beginning. Always prepared s any merchant In this country. We bought a largo stock (or tho coming season's business and aro receiving them dally. Would say moro but don't want this advertisement to cost you too much. 1 One reason why we don't put on special sales Is because the pur chaser has to pay the expenso of them. W. L TOWNSEND ...

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. — 8 August 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY HEWS ( - K 4 MEN IN THE R. L. William, of the Supreme Court, A Judge of the Law nnd A Man of the People. Km tftSSi$M&Nm i fift-' Slfl aaaaaaaBBBiifiHJriafcriTO J fl. L. Williams, the first Chief Justice Now that tlio legislatures lias ad journed the hotel gossip has turned to the-gubernatorial topic, and states men and near-statesmen arc discuss lng who will ho the democratic can didate for governor next year. , In connection with this talk no nomo Is heard with more persistency than that of Hob Williams. Judge Williams has held a center place in the public eye since long beforo state hood, lie fought -valiantly for state ' hood long before that dream wjib re ullzed. He was a member of tho Constitutional Convention nnd left his impress on every important section in that document. When the state was admitted to the Union he became its first chief Justice. Beginning with statehood every time we have a big election, to choose either a governor or1 a United States ...

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. — 8 August 1913

TUX DUBANT WEEKLY KIWS REIMNTSJLEl PULI issn Having finished the most successful Clearing Sales of our history we have left many broken sizes, short lengths and odd numbers that Must Be Closed Out Regardless of Cost We are now getting these ready and for the Next Week Beginning rnday .... . IUU WILUjHI ALL 1HA1 lbLLJbl UJf I J 'A' ' . I Summer Shoes Summer Hosiery Underwear and Corsets Men's Suits and Odd Pants - Wash Goods, White Goods Men's & Boy's Summer Hats : r Ladies Neckwear Summer Underwear Ladies' Suits and Skirts Furnishings, Broken Sizes on Shirts Summer Millinery Silk Gloves and Hosiery ? And all Other Summer Goods ia Every Department . At Prices That Will Move Them Before our Large Fall Purchases Begin to Arrive This merchandise as all know who have been to our Clearing Sales, is tjie same high grade, merchandise that we have been selling and has the same "Money-Back" guarantee, you cannot afford to miss these .final clean-up-events if you want nnnn MrDruAwniQF at f...

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. — 15 August 1913

T , v' DURANT News OFFICIAL NEW8PAPKR OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN Volume XVII. DURANT. OKLAHO-tA, FKIpAT, AUflUST 16, WIS, FWV" Number S3. . i WEEfflCY viv I , i .' 4 inniAT Or W kla "" J LUulL ULPlUo,. i,f't' b HUNTER ENDORSED CHOCTAWS DECIDE OX OUSTING DICK LOCKE AND 1'ItEPEIl TOM HUNTER FOK CHIEF ' Pursuant to call signed by Wesley Anderson and seven other prominent ' Choctaw Indians, a meeting of tho mombers of tho trlbo was held at Tuskahonia Inst Friday, August the eighth, at which" tlmo matters of lm- portunco to the trlbo as a wholo and the Indians Individually were discuss ed. Wesley Andorson of Klmta was elected chairman and James Culberson of Durant secretary. Tho commlttoo on resolutions was as follows: W. A. Durant, Durant, chairman; Alex Wil liams, Garvin; Waldo Wntklns, Val Uant; Henry J. Bond, Atoka; W. W. Jeter, Boswoll; Joe Sherred, Antlers; and Petor J. Hudson, Tuskahoma. Seven resolutions were passed, which wero In toxt as follows: One commonda tho senators and congre...

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. — 15 August 1913

- .--,, THE DUBAK.T YFEEKLT NEWS The Best Beverage m ndMiS SuivJk. -i. v AolWVi ifflBgBfreux3 ffil A welcome additipn to, any party I War any time any place. Jm Sparkling -with life and vrholesomeness. W gH Delicious M JP1 WW thirst-Quenching Jm A m gPTfXPij2 0 fli II Jr JlJttffc U Demand thfr Uenuine . , ,gw tJSx Hfl Refuse Substitufei . , .T l-A Orange Sponge. ' ' Put three tablcspoonfuls of gclntlu Into a sauccpnn, ndd thn rind of four oranges, tticjfiulco oclghrl o nffes, tho rind nuWuIco offtne lerrlpr , t$V tablespoon fug . orsu orjffjgt. sM and the whites and shells of two eggs. kJL. Did you over go tmlpo hunting? If fRontcr thA.nroinmUttlMllarfj $$& &rnetTiingoveT fr. move ! i draw the beater, to one s Mlow to boll up, The Southern States Cotton Corporation fnrta OB W w t hd the FHOM MEXICO TO WASIIINGTOX flve-nilnutc3.and.i)6 Jelly-bag. Whcn.,cn)d,and thick not firm. henlJtd Ji lolldTTi foid In ono Qupfal,)fJ glnted trm& crea i cl (caves. . ', u,AX Fountains or'...

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. — 15 August 1913

tolvteaaW V i ( l A I i H 1 ' ' 5 f f Tl T i Hill ll llHilHn Tk t l'J,i'ff r'T rlMt'i xDwmt: Sdktidlk Jviriiu ,.irn r Mil jr0 , it ir ...;. ii'ii U; . V . .1-1 ..Uli.il , 'ss Tli totMs'taifl. 'if hiVf'IjM&i' ap:HtH6unt hppo , Uo,a.r,liqSlEd.UcaUon, 8.cng,.f(t tno nnanciai condition of tho public schools and calling for a special levy t te'r 'dhtV mil J IfAJtJtWor' 'ccrtjiitt .'cixjielitU- Tl?l'.pi0fts W.'Hi.W'',0 ffWfti-n ;(, no in ' .1 . i!'. -.1 i'h i ; "rtlitt'WM-m'MutH 'go on't'n'cWd 'IitanbIm)tffcieiidlffgfrtcIimouit tY Hjreflto commend, the. board for. tholrr"oma grO10jdj6iS tnaflttjpjtenqhf'r: icconomr and cpnKcrmutlBml Theone-; niiUievVr tt,ill',ainont,tWnnVotlriiato-iJcJLUQ8. '1 jOOO:r0( ; and ( ;$$"$W.'M ifluowsi WPpciai reimir,,iMli r.o,u.gu,j"i'eiutT, iuui uniosp wtuBiiniiory on? ... - .. ..:.. . i 8CU90I lurnuuro,. iuo.uuj sowcrage in tho south and tho ' east' wards;1 $2,000. These hro dkV w'Orthy dbjects hkid'are ,fJ!cesBnry for .Hip'jWRJfjirp b U)o pv- pllqpf,tho ...

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. — 15 August 1913

855 -1 .in i i lumitrtr' I'fwrfr? THE .DURANT WE.EKLY NEWfl Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Drynn County. PubJIshed every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter at the postofflce at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March Brd, 1879. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TEltMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, $1.00 Biz Months. In advance, .60 ADVERTISING ItATES 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 the advertiser. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good nnd sufficient to himself. NUMBER 70 LEADS CONTEST i KEEFICK 10DXO LADY AGAIN' HACK IN LEAD. INTEREST 1VAXINO WAR3I Tlw piano contest was never warm er tli num .an now, and this wcok contestant ier seventy is back in the lead, standing of contestants Is give...

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. — 15 August 1913

tfHR tfOKAtfT TllEKLT NEWS t I 4 WE PAY INTEREST On time deposits. Deposit your surplus money in this bank where it will be safe from loss and earn you more money. We pay you four per cent interest on all money deposited for as long as six months. Deposits in this bank are protected by the Bank Guaranty Fund of .the State of Okla- loma. ? V FIRST STATE BANK DURANT OKLAHOMA See HayncB' Remnant Counters, wal Haynes' Embroidery Salo was n bucccbs aeo his Waist Salo Saturday A. M. wsl 'Sco Haynos' Remnant Counters, wsl C. B. Morgan, ono of Brynn county's thrifty farmers, was In from tho country Monday. Miss Stella Andorson departed Mon day evening for Broken Arrow, whoro she has accepted a position. v Tho Durnnt ball team won n game from Ardmoro Monday by a scoro of two to one. Long, a new local pitcher, held Ardmoro to four lilts. As will bo seen by Tho Nows live stock market report In another part o( this paper, tho markets nro strong and higher than tho past few weeks. n LOCAL AND PE...

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. — 15 August 1913

mtmWMiminiiiii U-ttcfol I U Jff t i i A i 1i I' t II 0 It 11 1 ' THE JIURAIf WEEKL1 J"!M5tfJ ill ' I ,i I ii 'i - il i. I! T rr r Mji't'MtMfiiTTnTt r. igqtBinwair.lcl ,,,E. F. RINES, President , i , , no '...il,. . ' , ,, ,, CI. II ill 1,1 . ! I ' I I' ' D. MORGAN, Vio.PratSdent ,Mi. l i i I l , iii ! id' M I I'l )lll A H. DNEl:YCi;Q5j, s, I CMf M i i ii The First National Bank O) , till UM I It cibrv- nit' TY RtArota riP Solid Comfort- tW,M''tW,XfnK ""-' ' '"fV'--' '1nY oTTDurant, Oklahoma it l-l l iitoii "tif! r! !' AROfwitV. RntVi 11 tn 10OI GagitalJ$100,000 'Sarpltts and Bnrpitt? and TO'7y1QCOO OndUiVdcdi Profit , $.,fq J.CjUV ' R0pm5Wtn B.nUT, ia to 2aj LCaffe Prices Sensible, I , "I'l. III! ' ' fill l ' ' ' ' " ' ' , ( n'M (i I i 'if i I" I I 'll il 111 I i.l' I i i . r If !. A I. t-ll !JJ Club 'Breaxn)8itU5 up i . . i ,u rvoonaoy Liun.cn ru vSU1 he Bank That? Accommodates ii il.(ii i ., J mil in ii" ( ' i ' rs. ' ' ' ' ' Business1 Solicited1 i '.!!() -.. ,i. .'' mIi !.. Lvenm...

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. — 15 August 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 99 '" I t k i For Weakness and Loss of Appellto " ORaVK'BTABTHLH93chll-ToSlcrdtle out f avzdm&imw i ' I'mm 'nil r i1 lu..Jii nil 'ut v i i'i vi .'i lni hi "i i' 'i i Or: SEfeVttte.'. (Ill 'l Jl "'' Ml ') ! 1,11 1 i !!ll I Vm fw Is the .besti In DurnnUi and our inqalfl tho best n thq, world. ,Fnrnei;,s, Trade JarRed Fjsh ,i& Oyter Parlor ,' PrJpo Bros,, Prpps,, MAL STREET 77-TTT Itiffii fc01jjSfeajES .iliqn h1 ,bonl )!" H'fi'ilm "'nato;'tt.'bL,,iixiili,',tfMtt,A,coM nt .at'l " !! I'"" "'l '" "' "" . m.I (M i" r of 'H Id' 'nil A numbQr.iofilnniilrJc.,havrcccntlvi , , ..J -III -Jill.-' ( W If ' ' ' - -"', hefen r' received, ,by j Aht) Slat of iCdmnrtM dnpciol-' HenUh,!'iSlatlvo IteJiunoletin' slaughter ihouscs, ucueviniraitat'tnoi ,npfewec toijthlsi question!, would ube lot .interest) ito themucoplo ias rf whole, '! qu itc Section. 2024 at Chaptcri23 ATt.' $1111 Of the' iRevlsed' 'Laws' dfi Okhv hotna, 1910: " 'If any ownor ot occupier or any1 slnAightor ...

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. — 15 August 1913

, if u THE BUXAJfT WKEXLY. 1TKWS ' AP SB r REFER NEW LAW fcUUeA Would Itcfcr Ken Legislative Hrasttrc to n Vote of the People retltlom asking n refcrondum on Uio new olectlou law, recently passod . 1r the legislature, will be placed In j circulation throughout the state with In tie next week, according to Infor mation given out. The petitions, it la wild, are now In the hands of tho prfntnr and a certified copy probably will b filed with tho secretary of state rithla tho next day or two. TJio offoot of this move, if carried out, will lie to make the law inopera tive until after the noxt general clc- I lion at which tlmo tho petitions mo operations boVond the taxablo moans, soo no light for the future, and It li predicted that oven with tho Constitu tional limit one of two rosults nro ap parent: Klthcr the values will havo to bo boosted, or the State "do in Jho holo" on tho first year's operations. LaBt year tho levy was 2 mills. A HALF CKJiTURY OF PRISTING Occasionally a printer com...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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