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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 22 August 1913

wz DURANT eely News OPTIOIAL NEWSPAPER OF ITB.B 'COUNTY OF BRYAN DUBANT. OKLAHOMA, fr KjfrAY, AUGUST 22, 1918. Number St. JESS DURANT WAS KILLED OA I S MAY GO TO 75 CENTS ARE VOTING AN EDITOR ASSADLTED WOULD MARRY INDIAN LASS FIRST COTTON HERE TUESDAY EXTRA LEVIES NOTORIOUS CHARACTER MKT II IS DEATH IN BENNINGTON I). II. UURNSIDE UNDER HON!) nearly 000,000 bushels sihitei) from here, buyers axtici. pvti: HIGH PRICES 11 DISTRICTS VOTED EXTRA LEVY. W. E. HOKNADY OF THE KENEFICK DISPATCH "1JEANED" WITH AXE HANDLE BY C. W. HARRIS. TOPEKA YOUNG MAN WILL VISIT W. K. ROGERS OF NEAR KEMP THE LUCKY MAN Kc A POUND AND PREMIUM OP $.".0 CASH ELECTIONS IN SIX MORE DISTRICTS AUGUST dQTH. "ONE HE GETS" AND EX. CHANGE, PICTURES W ,'T JL Mr Jcbs Durant, n familiar charactur hero and at other point la Bryan County for many years, and who has ben regarded with fear by many people mot his death at the bands of D. 13. Burnsldcs at tlio lattors- livery barn In Bennington Saturday night. Tho story as told...

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. — 22 August 1913

THE JtURAHT WEEKLY NEWS i- . . fuugr -WQ ts w I Yl -. - rrvrwCli H-TL KL for "w to insure complete success take along a case of L ml The satisfying beverage in field m Bwfega or forest; at home or in town. M 'yjPmufplfl1 s pure and wholesome as it is M SMf temptingly good. Jw )aBl Delicious Refreshing i r Thirst-Quenching JF ry Demand t'lc Genuine .Hr pond from a trco limb so It Just touch C6 tho water. A red brink kitchen floor will keep beautifully clean and red If a tiy'op of nnrrafln nil bo .used In the water It 1b washed with. ' JtKCH'ES Public Health Department BY DR. J. C. MAHK, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH At Soda Fountains or Carlwn- iiti-J In 15ottle. Crcnm I'uffs. Into n sifter put two cups of flour, two tcnspoonfuls of baking powijor, one-bnlf cup of sugar and one ten spoonful of salt; sift nil together threo times. Heat ono egg well, then add one cup of flour! add this to tho flour and mix all until smooth; lastly ndd ono Uiblc3poonful of butter, melted. Dnko In muffin ...

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. — 22 August 1913

""tfa, . THE DU1ANT WEEKLY HEWS i i!iiiii!Sifflffliiiiii Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New IT's an easy and inexpensive matter. Simply apply a coat of Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC and you'll be delighted with its fine results and your own work. Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC makes old furniture, worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it K Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC Is a Slain and Vamlsh combined. Comes In 11 Natural Wood colors. While. Cold and Silver Enamel. All sixes. PEASLEE-GAULBERT CO., Incorporated Manufacturers t t i : Louisville, Ky. CORNER DRUG STORE DURANT, OKLAHOMA I ,OlIHMa NHj 46 75 70 t:i5 151 10 It 26 34 35 37 38 101 131 133 131 141 Stono Klmbrlel Drug Co. Supplies for Court house 8.10 Buxton &8klnnor8tn. Co. Records for Keg. Diods 80.10 Underwood Typewriter Co. Typewriters 118.50 Dti'xnt Ico & Light Co. Light and Ico Service 164.80 Democrat Printing Co. Official Printing " C17.85 CONTINGENT FUND City TrniiBfor Co. Drnylng 1.75 C. E. England Lack for desk .20 Johnson-Marshall C...

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. — 22 August 1913

TMR.ptylUXT TVEtEjK,L,)Y yl' tX Ir l I T I NOTICE I havo purchased the stock of Marshal Townsend on Second avenuo In Durant and want to turn It Into money at onco, Will soil the stock In bulk or at retail. i. All summer goods will be sold a t actual cost, somo ot them at BELOW COST I am making somo unusually low Main Street Store and am in a position to Save You Some Money on your purchases. Como In and get our prices It won't hurt you. W. L. TOWNSEND 1$ We are Receiving Lots Durant Weekly News Official Paper ot Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. iThlrd Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter at the postofflce at Durant, Okla homa, under Act ot Congress of March Br)d. W. M. iVANS, Editor 'and Publisher. - u--i , W4-U i- E. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. - One Year, In advance, $1.00 six Months, in advance, .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will be furnished pros pacttyp.t advertiser's n upon oppllcntldn Advertisements authorized without pl...

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. — 22 August 1913

M.to.a.m.iittfifa tf 1' BORA il WjB B K Lt'fo E TV 8 . Lr- r V LOCAL AND PERSONAL DOINGS i 1 - Mr, and Mrs. Lovl Komp ot Mead wcro la Durant Monday on business. M. W. Oarrard was In from the coun try Tuesday and paid The. News a nlco call. If you want your meal early puonb early and your orders Will bo filled promptly. A. Wolfo & Oo. ws4 George Ellis from Komp City wn among the busluoss .jisitors at tho county seat Monday of this week. Tho News lias received a copy of the Denver Post whiclS contained u special Illustrated supplement devot ed to tho Knights TemplaT Conclave, being held there, and which -was beau tifully gotten up. Tho copy was sent by D, Zaduk, who has he en hero every year for several seasons huylng cot ton for A. L. Woolfo & Co., and who Is In Denver attending tho Conclave. Tho Wolls-Fargo and United State? express companies hao combined their Dnrunt offices and placed tho business of both companies In tho hand of ono agent and one driver. Tho agent is "Leo...

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. — 22 August 1913

THE MUKAIfT WEKKL1 ITEWS i E. F R1NES, President D. MORGAN, VicfPrctldent H. P. NBCtY, feiNtr The First National Bank capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma saru. $27,485.80 01 Ctty- Ten Stcmies Of Solid ComforJr 1 I450fwilhout Bath 1 to nMl ERoomwiih Dotn !? to i2?j tCafe Prices Sensible , Club BreoXf asta25C Up rvoonaay Luncn. "luf The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Lvenmi umner ioj B J Taxes Will Be Higher This Year While iutt vet officially announced, the flsurcn Utu8 far com tilled as to tlio l.ii Ioviuh fur 1913 Indicate that cltl rens of Uurjal will nay a tax of J3.5G en iho fl-00 of assessed valuntlon a-J against ?2.92 on the 1100 last year. Tha ISxruo Board has been nt work tola wqijk uarj has- approved the esti mates for the county, city, town of Kenefick and elcvon townships, and tfcs rest or th estimates will be pass ed, upon titjr taut yo v the county levy for all purposes was 50c per $100 for oil pur noses. The- levy this year for the Kaffio piirjWHfi is Ue on...

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. — 22 August 1913

, M. ..ai ii i r.h iii ,wiiii)iiiiiiirriT..MftT4tfrrr1Titft'jaawaMaPWHI w i V TKI BUXANT WEEKLY NEWS SPECIAL DAYS AT STATE FAIR THo complete program of t'ho Okla homa Stato Fair ana Exposition, Oklahoma City, Sopt 23 to Oct 4, is yet Incomplete. It now Bhows the following: Forenoon: Judging in various de partments; concerts by bands, Includ ing Natlollo; machinery going; all et hlblta opon; demonstrations of silos, milking machines, tractor engines, gang plowing, latest dairy methods; tours of all tho big buildings. Afternoon: Harness and running races for nlno days and sensational auto races last two days; Natlello's band and grand opera singers; free Taudevtllo In front of grandstand; all hows opon; reunions and special meetings; U. 8. soldiers In sensation al drills; auto' polo four days. Evening: Immense show In front of grand stand, Including band con cort, solos by Miss Scharf and Joseph C. Ramser; world's best vaudeville eta; U. 8. soldiers In war maneu vers; big carnival; Ex...

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. — 22 August 1913

THE BUXANT YfEEKiT NEWS ! TEXT BOOKS TO BE USED iiTKXT ROOK CASK TO 1IB HK.lltl) .;' SEPT. 9T1L SOME NOT IN CONTKOVEKSY Tho News has received frpm tho ;fttnle- Superintendent the following 'communication relative to what text hooKs will be used In tho schools thU joar. which will Interest readers. Tho communication Is printed verbatim: ,To tho Public School Patrons, City I rRtl County Superintendents: i t rcallzo that tho most Important (question before the people nt this time f what books should bo uecd in the public schools when thoy open next month. I have tried by every means jiosslblo to get this matter settled be ifioro the? opening of tho schools, and for that reason have withhold any official statement until this time. The question Is before tho supreme couit of the state and will bo heard 'lio 3th day of September. Utll after 'llio court's decision is mado no ono OKLAHOMA .11 n r a bh b w Ul -"--"" -- M 5EPT.23-0CT. Store No. 2 Open T .Our store No. 2, at Second ajjd fcTiln...

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. — 29 August 1913

a DURANT News ELY -r3., -I OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OP VTKt OOtTWTTf OF BEY AN ? jfe Volnme XVII. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FKlbAV, AUGUST 5, 3913. Number 35. THREE ROUTES ARE ASSURED sodn as tho potltlons nro gotten up and properly fllod. Tho routo as pro posed would run cast ot Durant about 11 miles, thenco back to this city. Abolit 150 families would bo sorved. Tho routo Is In good shapo and tho roqulromonts will easily bo met. Les ter O'RIloy, Henry Wllkcrson and I). Boyct aro working up tho petitions nnd thoywill probably bo filed within a short (Imc. WOULD REFER CAPITOL BILL GOTTON GOES ' STILL HIGHER Following a nine-months' wqddcd period,..!. T. Embry of near Bliss', Ok., and his wifo woro divorced by Dis trict Judge Bowlc3 at Perry. They were mnrrlcd In Juno, J910, nt Wln flcld, Kan., following n correspondence through a matrimonial bureau. Mrs. Embry was Miss Mario James of Brooklyn, N. Y., nnd never saw Embry until they met In Wlnfleld to wed. Sho has returned to Brooklyn. COUNTY FAIR ...

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. — 29 August 1913

p ! '' T!rr THE BDKANT WKSKLT NRW8 vr$iKv,r , Jjl Treat Them I If tn tli trnt- rf f-rrvite. nlwnva IB cool; then frccre. Srrvo In tall glass es with whipped crentn on top. tn tli trnt- rtf f-rrvite. nkvflV w J W welcomed, bv all. everywhere rf (Safe sparkling with life delight fully cooling supremely wholesome. Delicious Refreslaiiiag Thirst mem Almond Mncnroons. rtcat tho yolks of four eggs for flvo minutes. Dent the whites of throo eggs until Btlff and fold Into tho yolks. Put two teacups level full of sugar Into n dish, stir In tho eggs, aid a pinch of unit and vhcn thoroughly ctlrrcd whip for thirty nilnues. Tho nilxturo should then he light and bub bly. Stir In a cupful of finely chop ped blnnched nlmonda and add enough flour to mnko a batter sufficiently stiff to drop from n teaspoon on greas ed baking tins. Placo far enough apart to allow for spreading and bako In a quick oven, watching closely, as they turn easily. Macaroni Croqiirtlcx. Six oven-sized rlpo tomatoes; I fil le...

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. — 29 August 1913

'ft r f). Qenerdl Interest cVpes HAS KAILKOAD PROPOSITION HARRISON A CANDIDATE Quthrlc, Aug. 28. Former Gov. C, N. HaBkoll, appearing boforo tho Com- rnorclal Club of Snpulpa, bas ottered to build a ra II road" south and oast from , that city to connect with the Midland . Valley at Muskogco and the. Missouri, ) Oklahoma and Oulf at. Hcnryetta, and also oxtond tho lino forty jnllcs west to connect with the Katy and Santa Fe at Cushlng, giving direct Santa Fo connection with Guthrlo and south to tho Quit. Ho asks 130,000 bonus each for tho southeast and west lines. LAND KUSII EXPECTED McAIeBtoi, Aug. 28, A great "land rush," In which 459,000 acres of land belonging to tho Choctaw Indians will bo placed on tho market, will center about this city early next year. Tho appraisers of tho land aro at work and will probably complcto their task by Dec. 1. Tho territory to bo opened to buyers is ncf irontlo'r land, but virgin soil in civilized communities, and comprises tho segregated coal lan...

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. — 29 August 1913

Ywmv9yesi vif'VJLJfffi: t IV NOTICE havo purchased tho stock of Marshal Townscnd on Socond avenilo Durant and want to turn It Into tock In bulk or at retail. 1 11 summer goodB will bo sold n t BELOW fcOST if t! t' . I am mt&liig some unusually low prices at our Main Street Store and am In a' position -to t Save You Some Money on your purchases. Coma in nnd get aar prices It W, L TOWNSEND J We are Receiving Lot Dtirant Weekly News I 3 oVj tflelal Paper of Bryan County. PnbUshed every Thursday at 114 N. Ttjlrd Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter At the postoffico at Durant, Okla homa, under' Act of Congress of March rd,Jl879. . B. y. EVAN3, Editor and Publisher. rEttls,(aE,8UDScmT,iqN., . One Year, In advance,--...-- $1,00 SU Uhtns! 'iVudvafc'J:LI .50' iVERTIHIKn TIAXTWS i,.,lMr,,l Uon statement will bo furnished pros pect vo naverusers upon application. Ai vcrtlscments authorized without ape li WWJWR qflAPBrtlwB.TnULbo. . Led each Issue until ordered dl...

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. — 29 August 1913

. j.- (i:lfcj..tJrpSsrT'!a-irwwF',E I A 1 I iv TE JDKAfTtH'Wtft ftp ft' k TO BUY if J. C. Buckmr-.tt ot Bokchlto DUrnnt visitor Sat u May. . I" i'Ui.1.' was- a Old Corn w rE want to buy all of the old corn in Bryan County, and will pay you the highest market price for it. We have bought the old Bondies Mill, located just south of the Durant Cotton Oil Co. We have made extensive improvements and have remodel ed entirely and are prepared to buy all the old corn in the county for cash, trade you meal and chops for it or will grind you shelled corn for you at reasonable prices. Durant Grain and Elevator Co. On Alabama Street between Katy and M. O. & G. DURANT, OKLAHOMA Monoy to loan on.clty or farm prdp .t n n ot,J ji.i.i.J ti..n. I uivji w vj, UlUUlDi, lunuur UU1IU Ing. v. w-s-tf.' Miss Iluth York -departed Saturday to spend a few days with Miss Kills nt Atoka. You can borrow money on real cs tatrf without delay. Try C. 0. Shane, Qrldcr Building, w-s-tf. Mrs. W. Q. Drowu left tho l...

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. — 29 August 1913

V THK BDKAIfT WEKKL1 HEtfS 4 E. F. R1NES, President O. MORGAN, Vice-PreaMent H. D. NEELY.C.ikl.r The First National Bank Capital $100,000 Of DUTailt, OklahOlTia Smmm $27,485.80 t The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited ojum City- Ten. Stories OF Solid ComforJr l450fwtthout Bath 1 to wA IKOomaam uoxn iw 10 jayi iCafe Prices Sensible, Club BreoKf ost9,25C Up Noonday Luncn. w jcvenm wnner o , i Southeastern State Normal School WkL-';:s&rl.:i v ra -. , - ; - - ' --T3o . r.. i m m - m hm i n . Fa Term Opens Sept 8th. Outline of Work Tho Southeastern Stato Normal School will open Its doors for Urn romlng session Monday, September 6th, 8:30, a. m. On that day, atten tion will bo given to the organization of the Training Department and ex amination of those students who are net prepared to present credentials. OnTuc8day and Wednesday, Etuden'a rill be classified, and on Thursdny, at 8:30 a. m., regular-class work will be Gin. The past year, ending Mav 27th fol owed by the Summer T...

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. — 29 August 1913

u- THE UANT WEEKLY HEWS fA r TEXAS TRACTION COMPANY (Denlson-Shcrman-Dallas Interurban) "THE CONVENIENT WAY" DENISON TO DALLAS LIMITED CARS LEAVE DENISON 6:30 A. M., 10:80 A. M., 12:30" P. M, and G:30 P. M., stopping only at Blicrman and McKlnney. w HOURLY iJOOAh SERVICE Between All PolntB Direct Intorutban Connections at Dallas for Waxahnchlc, Ft. Worth and Clobumo. SAVES TIME AND MONEY of tho plaintiff on Bald pToporty was foreclosed and said property charged with tho payment of said Judgment and cost and ordorcd sold for tho pay ment thereof. LID HAIIT, Shorlff of Hryan County, Oklahoma. KWWASWNIMVWVUVV4nWWSr M. II. FEWELL, A. Q, P. A., Dcnlecm, Texas. JA8. P. GRIFFIN, G. P. A., Dallas, Texas Public Health Department DY DR. J. 43. MAIIR, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH During tho past ten days many" In quiries havo been made as to the num ber of casos of typhoid fover existing in certain towns in the Statu of Okla homa, showing a decided uneasiness on tho part of tho public and a ge...

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. — 29 August 1913

1 THE BURAITI WKRXLt NKT7S j .CONTEST NKallINU CLOSK The Durant Weekly Nowa-Corner Druff Storo Plnno Contest Ib getting warmer ovory da'. Each contestant scorns to ronllo Hint the closo Is draw ing flcar, as thoro wero more otes. polled this week than over boforo? Contestant number 70 nt Kenoflck leads this week with number 2S of (Uurarlt n close Bccond. Following U tho..6tnndlng of nil ccntCBtnnta: . AM1ANY r .j,-,791.ri2 !'rr!l C,k. 110,802 3 112,651 fl 03,272 C5 109,478 1 .. - -... 117,360 ACIIILLE 63 J S 12,337. BLUR 15 . 48 . 52 . GO. 12 13. tr. .. 87.315 51 72,684 .518,531 40- 72,887, .-123,701 44 517,721 ..711,963 47 .608,213,1 . , . 93,653, DKN'NINGTON 224,335 58,627 45,622 ..'! 11.762 18 201,715 14 792,806 . 11. 44,152 9 .' 40.76(1 47 1 39,165 - ' BOKCH1TO 68 ;..9SC,fG0 83 77.851 S4 . .93,931 GALKRA 74 . 36,570 75 42,680 76'.-'j: '42,225 71 -821,349 COLBERT ,G8 41,521 59 53,675 C0i uMl J 72 792,655 WCADDO T8'. 79.73? 80 97,551 R2i i 170.56 A 81 118,922 riWRAN'T M, 982,s' 23...

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. — 5 September 1913

.?' rits A r,,.- r" SRANT WeMeY NEWS o X. OPPIOIAL NKWPAPIl Or TlHE COUNTY OP BRYAN & X TiIihi. XVI1 " . DUKA.VI, OKLAHOMA FXIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1013. ftamfeer M. PRISON BOARD'S ROAD PROBLEM COUNTIES WANT TO FUKNISH NOTHING HUT PA11T OF MATERIAL Oklahoma City, Sopt. 4. Tho Stato Board of Prison Control la faco to faco wjth a stiff problom In devising a plan' for working convicts' 'on public roads, and for determining what roads In a county nro to bo Improved, .that will meet with approval of tho coun ties. For tho most part tho counties want to furnish, nothing but tho road and a portion of the matorial, and expect that Stato to buy the machin ery, teams, furnish convicts food, maintain and guard them, and furnish tlin engineer and bosses. In addition tho counties want to designate what roads shall bo improved, and if their Ideas are foliowod tho Prison Board will spend In tho courso of a year townships arc now paying moro for what toad work they obtain than the Btnte's plan cont...

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. — 5 September 1913

fN- J 'fr. 'I THK nUKA'ST WKKKLT NEWS ft T . V .", i w Next Door r OUR your milk separator. Out of the cream spout will come close to 9,9'J9 parts of cream for only one part that goes into the skim-milk pail. That's mar- velously close separation; it means every possi ble dollar of dairy profit from your cows. m It takes an I HC separator to do such effi cient work. It is made for that, for every detail has its use, every mechanical point its purpose. Its construction fairly bristles with good features. Shafts and spindles arc the strongest made for separators. Bearings all have phosphor bronze bushings. Gears work without back lash and never develop it, and they are protected from dirt and grit. Oiling system is complete. In short, everything in I H C Cream Separators Dairymaid, Bluebell or Lily makes for great strength and durability. Per fect adjustment and balance mean smoothness and ease in operating, hence continued satis faction during long life. Simplicity of mechan ism is 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. — 5 September 1913

i v It Jimmtm ' ill I I I I w J Herd of Trained Elephants Tho Groat Patterson Shows with tnoro than 20 splendid attractions will bo laid out on both sides of what Is know as Plcasuro Way nt tho Okla, homa Stato Fair and Exposition, Ok lahoma City, September 23 to October 4, 1913. Prof. Fedelo do Palma's Royal Italian Band will give concerts day and night whllo monster crowds aro seeing the Bights. A hord ot trained lephants will do almost any kind' ot trick. "When tho monster elephant commenced dancing rag tlrao last evening," says the Sheboygan (Wis consin) Press of Juno 26, "It capped the climax, and took tho immenso audience by storm." By providing harmless attractions aaaaaaaaaaaaaUHHaaaHla 'B Shaw's Comedy Animal Circus, Free act, Day and Night at 8tate Fair. It consists of two ponies, a bucking mule, two monkeys and seven dogs, and has been described as a "Niagara ot nonsense turned loose" AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION FORMED IX BRYAN COUNTY Business Men nnd Farmers Joined Together...

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. — 5 September 1913

b I 1)1 IM It A N L J fKKI, , K. W --rf in M Durant Weekly News r " pfflclalyFaper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday nt 114 N Third Avenue. Durnnt, Oklahoma. Entorcd) as second class mall mat ter at the postofflco nt Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 8rd, 1870. 13. M. EVANS, Editor nnd Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, $1.00 Bljc MontliB, In advance, . .50 be'lnadc. It Is gcnofnlly believed that the branch to Oklahoma City will bo constructed before tho company sUvta building Bouth out of Dcnlson, though npvdcflnlto announcement haa b?cn made of such it move. BcsHci tho railroad officials there arc about n dozen stockholders on the twain', train of an engine, coach, Pullman nr and' M. O. & .0. private car No. 300. The, M. O. & Q. wao constructed with a i big lot of French capital, and as the road Is in ijood condition and do ing buslncLui. it Is believed that Mr. Kenoflck will ralvo backing for the exlonslrns ho wUhoj to mok WORLD...

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