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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 September 1913

n I I Dceant Weekly News OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN - -o.. , - VolumoXW "JS "UZ DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, Sttl'TEMHER 20, 1913. Number St. & k f?' P- A CONTES Vo, RURAL SCHOOLS JEACH OF EIGHT GRADES OF EACH COUNTY SCHOOL TO HI! JtEl'RE. SENTED IN COUNTY FAIR CONl TEST. CASH PRIZES. Thursday Octobor ICth will bo Ed ucational day at tho Bryan County Fair, and on that day, without slip, R. H. Wilson, Stato Supt of Public In struction wll bo hero to speak on od ncatlonnl matters, and tho county su perintendent Is cndcvorlng to havo every ono of tho trustees of tho rural schools horo on that day,ln hopes that gathorlng of county school officers, with pupils and the State superintend ent will be beneficial to tho rural schools . On Educational Day, tho County Fair will offer prizes in. cash to tho best specimens of dlfforcnt work ex hibited by tho different grades In ru ral schools, tho city schools being bar red, and ovory rural school in tho county is invited to parti...

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. — 26 September 1913

V H ' TXS B&JTANT WEXXLT RK1TI WE'VE GOT 'EM WE'VE GOT TO SELL 'EM Come and get 'em at your own', price A. L SEVERANCE HDW. CO. DURANT, OKLA. Public Health Department BY DH. J. C. MAHH, STATE COMMISSIONER OP HEALTH Tuberculosis Is very oxpcnslvo and causes more poverty than any other disease. It frequently has a duration of Boveral years and Individuals af flicted, who are financially able, change their rcsidenco hoping that a new cllmato will effect a cure. Sev eral years ago wo knew of a very pros perous business man. Ho was making money very fast. His wife contracted tuberculosis. She was sick with the disease about thrco years; at the end of that time ho was a widower and a bankrupt. It was not so much the money spent on his wife's health as it was the loss of time from his business nnd the state of his mind during his vife's Illness that caused his bank ruptcy. Ho has novcr been ablo to get another start in life and he is today working on a salary for another man. His expor...

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. — 26 September 1913

i 'ft l lv , ISJy i J..ttl - .... .. The Best Beverage under the 5wi A welcome addition to any party fdW any time any place. M IllH Sparkling with life and wholcsomcncss. M mKf Delicious m mmmm Refreshing M J PPilJlf Thirst-Quenching M &V2Eb I Demand the Genuine r &Ml Refuse Subatitutei. BmW 1-A BOY KCN OYER BY If AOOtf At Soda Fountaini or Carbonated in Bottle. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, Atlanta, ga. WktnrrtT fMmu m iMak Coo-Coll. Wednesday nftornoon about flvo o'clock, the llttlo tcn-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Winfroy of Twolfth and Dccoh streeto, (ell (row a loaded wagon on which ho was riding, tho rear wheel o( tho wngon paaslng over his body at tho waist, Injuring him In tornally, and In such a mannor that his recovery Is doubtful. The (acts iib told a reporter as as follows: A man by tho narao of Smith was hauling cotton seod (rom Iho 'Mead gin to tho Durant Cotton Oil company. Several boys, among them tho llttlo Winfrey boy, bad cnught on tho rear of tho wagon, 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. — 26 September 1913

4 THE DUItANT WEEKLY KKWB Durant Weekly News OKicJnl Pnpor of. Drjan County. Published every Thursday nt 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered an second clnss mail mat ter at the postofflco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress ot March Brd, 1879. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, ..jiyf. $1.00 BIx Months. In advance, . .50 ADVEIITISINO KATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros roc the advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number ot insertions will bo printed each issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. Tho publisher resorvos tho right to reject nny ndvertisomont for any reason good and sufficient to himself STRANGER FOUND ALMOST DEAD MAN TICKED UP ON M. 0. St G. BIGIIT-OtMVAY THOUGHT TO BK HUSSELLV1LLE, AUK, MAN Tuesday morning a young man, evi dently a laborer, was picked up on the M. O. & Q. right-of-way north of the depot In an Unconscious, condition, an...

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. — 26 September 1913

TIIE DDBAJfT "WEEKLY NEWS & Jr t LOCAL AND PERSONAL ."' DOINGS i W, H. Whittle was in from Silo Saturday, Brocaded Haynes. silks and volvots. j. n. v-s-1 A. Ii Kolly of tyado was In the city "Wednesday nnd paid The News a nice call. $ The best school hoso In Bryan couu t. J. D. Hn'ynca. wai J. II. Newman was galled" to Tioga, Texas, Saturday, to attend the f unci's', of his brother, V. B. .Newman, who died at that place Saturday morning. The funeral was conducted Sunday, and Mr. Nowmnn returned homo Monday. C. C. Hatchett on Saturday after noon filed with Sec-clary W. B. Pct- tey his resignation as a member of the Board of Education of the Durant Puo- llo Schools, effective at once, giving as his reason for so doing, pressing personal business matters. Mrs. Lottie Durham returned home Sunday after a vlBlt with her aunt, Mrs. J. J. McAllster of McAlestcr. See A. N. Bauman Iri his new "quir ters at TIB N. Second Avonuo for watch and, clock repairing, wsl tf. lF. Bennett was here t...

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. — 26 September 1913

TIB M9UIK9 VVBKfti IKWI E. F. RINE5, Pre.ldet D. MORGAN, Vk.Pr44H H. D. NEEtY. ChUh The First National Bank .n Vfr &,l rvn 4 oa OP Solid Comfor- capital $100,000 of Durarit, Oklahoma 1450withaut Bath $1 to nao Rocms(fftth Bolii lis? to i2aol 8nr)iWaid (TOT IOC Ofl CBdlrldcd.Frenti 3Z,40JoU kuare prices sensible, Club BreaKf BS19.25C Up The Bank That Accommodates Noonaoy Luncn. ius Business Solicited Yerun juuiur o - Household Hints that are passed oocr the Qarden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps By Miss Mabel Linda HOUSEHOLD HINTS Tooth powder Is oxcollcnt tor clean Inc Jewelry. Hub It on with a nail hrttsh and then rlnso ofr with scalding water. To get the full nutriment from a po tato it Bhould bo cooked In tho skin, as Aaluable lood salts lie Just lnsldo tho covering. ' "When you find It difficult to remove rusty screws or nails from wood, try letting kcroscno soak Into tho wood around them. "When tho stove becomes soiled with ioot, try putting a pleco of zinc on the coals. The v...

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. — 26 September 1913

TUB BU1AKT WEKKLT HEWS ' fr Nr Dtirant, Friday, Oct. 17 C ft Wl' .IJiorn ; I -" '.' I K1ii. Tree Circus Street ClUonlc 9AVinrGOC open dens of wild animals,, if UdllUb, &0J IlUrocO, elephants, camels 400; people of all climes in native costumes will be shown in parade, Two shows daily afternoon at 2, night at 8, doors open at if Md J p.m.a Waterproof tents. Admission 25 cents to see it all) SCHOOL TREASURERS TO MEET Oklahoma City Sept. 24 Treasurers of thirty consolidated school districts which have met requirements for por tions of the appropriation made by the last Legislature have been called by yf, Q Woodward, member of the legislature from Swanson county," to meet hero Thursday. Tho meetln.5 will decide whether suit Is to be Insti tuted to require the payment of this wums found to be due the district by the State Board of Education. Tho Legislature's appropriation made available for consolidated Bchool districts which comply with the law $100,000 Itom land rentals and set as...

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. — 26 September 1913

T & Til? DU11AKT WEEKLY Xlfff COURT DECIDES IN CRIICE'S FAVOR IJUT STATE SUl'T. SAYS TEXT HOOK SlJUAIHILi: IS NOT OYER, YET Gov. Crucc WiiB victorious In tho textbook contrdywrsy which has boon ponding for more than a year, when tho Supreme Cofift Monday held that bonds to: thoy.'.textbook companies must bo npprovifu by tho Governor be fore tho Sluto Board of Education can ninko 'contract based upon its adop tions, in ml tup; that tho Governor's approval of thy bonds was n condit ion precedent1 only upon which tho board could ac'Tlually, tho Court hold that tho subseiJiVcnt adoption of con tracts by tho board without neqossary approval by tins Governor wa3 a null- jG'" t. Tho Court's decision Is vlowed as wiping cut the Vcallcd 1912 adop tion made by the old Hoard of Educa tion In .luly d'f.'tnat year when Gov. Crtit'O removodDunlop, Hayes and Ulonn as menilfcrfl, 'leaving no quor um of the boardto act. It Is gonorally conceded thatj- llto adoption of 1908 nudod last AugiiRt, wh...

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. — 3 October 1913

WEEfcL DURANT J OFFICIAL News tl i'( OFFICIAL N,WPAPIR OP THE COUNTY OP BRYAN Velum XVII. l EDUCATION DAY AT COUNTY FAIR m lit rklZES FREE ADMISSION TO SCHOOL CHILDREN OX THAT DAY Tho Bryinf County Fair officials do- dicatcd October 16, tho-IaBt day of tho ""fair, to tho Bchool boys nnd girls of Bryan county. This day is to bo known as Education Day. This is a thoughtful aad comniendablo act oa tho .part of tho officials and ono that 1 will bo appreciated not alono by tho 'w boys and girls, but by the parents of these as well. The ono groat purposo in this Is to enlist and rocognlzo tnesc young pco- plo In the spirit of doing things and making thomsetves folt in this llfo t of push and progress. , Tho officials havo also offered Blxty dollars in premluma for tho best rural school display, or sovon dollars and fifty cents to each of tho grades. You and your children may gather from this great multltudo of young rooplo an Inspiration that will lnspiro you to greater and nobler things....

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. — 3 October 1913

3 2 THE TJURAKT W18KLT KIWI 1 i AUTO POLO GAMES . AT MATE FAIR World's Most Sensational Sport to Feature Grandstand. STARTS WITH ARGUMENT H. A- Hsnklmon, Originator! Tell of Beginning of Theta Conteit. Team at Dallai It on World Tour. Dallas. Texas "Auto polo, a new fame out of (he West, will be played fur the first time In the Southwest In front of the race track grandstand and at the cominer State Fair of Texas which opens Saturday, October 18, and Closes Sunday, November 2," said Pres Idont J. J. Kckford yesterday. "Contract has Just been closed for six machines and eighteen men, who will come to Dallas under the direction of H. A. Hanklnson of Kansas City, Mo- the originator of the world's most sensa tional sport It Is declared that this Tame takes more harum scarum, daro devil driving than any sport ever yet evolved by man, and the enthusiasm with which It has been greeted by thou sands since the initial game In August, 1912, assures something out of the ordi nary In an enterta...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE BUKAIfT TTEKKLT N1WS It ( S ;&?:, VTISM J i ; s- . . LOCAL AND : PERSONS DO nro moro often eoen during; hot nor, and wboro iho hogs arc very In tho most common or acute tho hog will generally bo sick two to Bovcn dayB, or even long in this form tho watering of the Igrown ob on experiment prove that I Nearly ten thousand head of cattle hro doftired by tho government to bo pattered nraonB tho various imlinn rlbos of tho country. CommlsBlonor poIIb of tho Indian bureau wilt ra. olvo scaled proposals up until No- ombor loth. Tho government wishes P purchaso 7,000 head of two year ;iu noirors; ,ooo head of stcoro, one .car om; 1,100 head of Bteors two jars old, nud 250 bulla not loss than ghtcch months and not moro than 1 months old. Wide too shoes for babies, j. D. lyncs. WRf Is a marked condition. Hod or lo spots aro noticed, on tho skin 0 roglon of the cars, chost, belly, isldo of tho thighs. The bowels bo costive at first, but usually a hoca appears two or threo dayB e death....

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. — 3 October 1913

4 THE BBKAffT WXKXXiT KIWI ap Durant Weekly News JUL. Official Paper ot Bryan County. Pabllanod every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. -- Entered as second class mall mat ter at v the postofflco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress ot March Ird, 1S79. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, In advance, ?1.00 BIx Months, In advance, .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advortlscrs upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of Insertions will bo printed each issue until ordorcd dis continued by the ndvortlsor. Tho publlshor resorvos tho right to reject any ndvortlsomout for any reason good nnd sufficient to himself. WASHINGTON iNEWS LETTER (Continued from PA0 Ono) with employees named undor tho Epolls system. This means that employes nnm-jd lor field service, as deputy collectors, Inspectors and ag6nts, constituting un army of men, can bo used for incomo tax work a...

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. — 3 October 1913

v ' C T t V HI BVXAVft TfEKlffcT JfKWft in mmmm I i X I if 2 . LOCAL AND PERSONAL DOINGS 9 Nearly ten thousand head of cattlo nre desired by tho govornment to bo scattered among tho, various Indian tribes of tho country. Commissioner Soils of tho Indian bureau will re ceive scaled proposals up until No vember 10th. Tho government wishes' to purchaso 7,000 head of two year old heifers; 1,000 head of stcors, ono year old; 1,100 head of steors two years old, and 250 bulls not less than eighteen months and not more than 30 months old. Wide too shoes for babies. Haynes. D. WBl Tho value of tho parool post ns preserver of homo prodlota was rd vealed by Postmaster General Burle con in a letter from a tfjfiftrtful moth or In Ohio who wrote l thnnk him for what she called this "blessing." Sho says that through It she is able to scud packages from tho home gar-! den to the children who have gond to tho city. It holpa them wnon tho t'ost of living is so high and keep Uhem in closo touch with t...

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. — 3 October 1913

A. i.s.i ,... 6 TJIK DDXAKT WKKKL1 IflWS E. F. RINES, President D. MORGAN, Vlco-PretWent H. D. NEELY, Catfcier The First National Bank capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma s;.ru. $27,485.80 The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited m cjps-p- Tn Stofiea OF Solid ComforJr l450fwithoul Both to W IRoomS'Wllh BoXti l9 to 2W?J iCafe Prices Sensible , Club BreaKf astazscup Noonany tiuncn. ty Yenm, irainer ivA ,I Household Hints that are passed oOer the Qarden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps By Miss Mabel Linda HOSPITAL NEEDED HOUSEHOLD HINTS To test a cako to peo if it is thor oughly baked, uso a skewor. French chalk will t".uan a slightly tolled white chip hat Peach stains aro removed with a weak solution of chloride of llrao. A tablcspoonful of extract will fla vor a quart of any mixture. Potatoes should boll slowly to pio vent the skins from cutting off. Polish windows with paper instead of cloth to avoid lint and streaks. Thick blotting paper under doliIo3 will prevent hot dishes from...

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. — 3 October 1913

n-yTTTys , THB DCKAlfT WEKXL ITITfS E -f w FKISCO DEMONSTRATION FARMS P. T. McAllBtbr, Farm Demonstrator t tho Frisco Railway Co. called on Secretary It. E. Powers of tho Chamber ot commerce last week and arranged to put In two demonstration farms ad joining Durant. Ho will return to Du rant again in nbout two weeks, and by that time Mr. Powers expects to have several pieces of land to BUbmtt to him for a cholco for tho work. Ho wants trom five to ten acres for each placo, and the farmer whoso land ho selects tnust agrco to farm It In strict accord with Mr. McAllsters Instructions, and Mr. McAllstor will, on his part agrco to visit tho farm monthly for inspec tion and to impart Instruction, will furnish pure seed free of cost, and will find a good market for all that Is raised on tho land at pure seed prices. Tho crops he desires raised aro sta Irio products corn, cottqn, cow peas, peanuts and fertorla. If tho farmer, 4oea not want to bandlo all these crops ko may plant any threo of...

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. — 3 October 1913

n THE BURAXT WKXKLX 1TXWS It always pays to buy early. More to select from, longer to wear it. Get choice of our selections by- shop ping early. W E ARE ready, splendidly ready to show y6u the new fall styles in most compre hensive way. Anticipating an early fall our buyers were early in the markets, securing early shipments and tne better patterns before the wholesale stocks were picked over or depleted. Every department is now better prepared to fill your wants than ever before. We most cordially invite you to inspect the most complete and best selected stock of "Good Things to Wear" for men, women and children in Southeastern Oklahoma. Men's Suit, Overcoat, Hat and Furnishing Lines are Up-to-Date Indeed. Mon want wearables that arc practical and dependable oa well as stylish. We have kept this In mind In buying our clothing, shoes, bats, underwoar, hosiery and neckwear. Whtlo wo are constantly looking to: best values, wo never fall to keep the quality up. Shoes for the Whole Fami...

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. — 10 October 1913

DURANT News OFFICIAL KXW8FAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN Weekly 4 $$5fcv IM tf Volamo XVII. & THE BIG FAIR OPENS TUESDAY FAIR FAIHC m) RACK TKAfK AHOUT FIA'JSIIIJI) 31AM' AT- TRACTIOJfS AM) IXTKltEST. INO EXHIBITS IK STORK. It 18 expected when tho Bryan Coun ty Pair opens next Tuesday, for Ha throo' day carnival or amusement, ro croation and education, to havo the largest crowds that ever visited this city, and there is little doubt that tho coming fair will to tho biggest In tho history of Southeastern Okln. Probably tho most Interesting Bln gle event of tho fair will be the aero piano flight, which will bo mado on October fifteenth, tho second day of tho fair, which attraction is free to everybody. On the same day U.S. Senator Thos. P. Goro will mako an address at 11 o'clock from tho grand stand at tho fair park. On tho oponlng day of the fair Judge It. L. Williams will speak from tho grand stand at 11 o'clock In tho morning, whllo oh tlia last day, Educational Day, State Su peri...

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. — 10 October 1913

TITS ftttXlKT WlXKtl Jtkws DECISION AVERSE TO CREDITORS JIJDHE IIATCIIETT HUM) THAT $20,000 OF CITY DKUTS WI5KB IMJUIIHED ILLEGALLY District Judge Hatchmi rendered hla decision Friday afternoon at 1:30 wherein Fred Iowry, as Trustee, sued the City or Durant ror various claims for materials, labor, city officials' sal aries, etc., aggregating something ovr 120,000.00. Tho Court held that thn claims, with the exception of thr?c in number, which wero against the- Filtration Plant, bad been contracted without authority ot taw upon tho part of the Council, and therefore, recovery could not be had. Quoting from his opinion as follows: "From tho authorities -above quoted and numerous other authorities of asy access, and from the plain pro visions of the constitution and stat utes of this Stato nbovo quoted, it !s clear to mo that .when the lncomo and revenue for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1913, had been exhausted tho same having been provided'for by tho Excise Board of this County, an...

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. — 10 October 1913

TKX B1RAXT WXXKLT KSWi WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER INTERESTING DOPE ABOUT CON. OKESS BY THE NEWS SPECIAL COKRESrONDENT (BY R. D. ELKINB) Washington, D. C, Oct. 9. Four Ttundred thousand dollars worth at llvo s(6ck to bo grazed on the Crow Indian rcsorvatlons 'in Montana, has been purchased (or tho Indians by tho office of Indian affairs. This is tho first atop inj a well mapped cam" - palgn to bo waged by tho Indian of fice ag.irist soaring beet prices. Com mlsaltinor Cato Soils has announced that whorovcr tho Indiana ohow aptl tudo for handling Btock, they will bo sot up as stockmen. Congressman Scott Fetrls has In troduced a bill authorizing the Secre tary of the Interior to doll to tho Countr CoininlsRlonnra of Caddo conn- I ykJy, witklH nlnoty days from and after -,no passage of tuo bin, a tract of land to jo used for park and fair ground purposes by tho citizens of eald county. Tho present parcel post offers a means to mothers to prcaorvo rtho homo tics and keep a string upon young ...

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. — 10 October 1913

THE BUfcAJdOfjEKJMTf tfE'WS - nMM Durant Weekly News Official Pepor of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durnnt, Oklahoma. Entered aa second class mall mat ter at the postoftico at Durant. Okla homa, under Act ot Congress of March Ird. 1679. K. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TEItMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In ndvan.ee, $1.00 Blx Months. In advance, - .CO 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. The publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. ygio.il, DISCONTINUE TWO TRAINS BATE LESSENING TIIAIX SERVICE THROUGH HERE ADDS DIKISU CAR SERVICE "When the now time card goeB Into effect on tho Katy tho fifteenth of this month, thero will be two trains a day less than now, operated through Du xant, wh...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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