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

ti " DURANT 9 OIVFIOZ'A News " "V .0 kty or BRYAN Weekly MJ5WSPAFJt OF TBI! 00U V Yettwe XVII. 189 BALf S EOR DUB.VNT. ' XeeiftA This Year to Mh Way Abed - of last, YTlHi PrkM Some, what Higher, Notwithstanding the boiler In tho early season that tho 1913 cotton crop wa a hair failure, tho number of bale already ginned In Bryan county eseeedo that of tho entlro output last year and there Is jet a great deal o( cotton that will bo brought In to tho Klw. and Is yet to bo gathered. This season it Is thought that Durant . wMl siako a rocord In tho numbor of bl received by wagons. Out of the 31,000 bales ginned in tho county, Durant has received 11,000 and each day tho recolptB aro heavy. Cotton a"?Btato that Durant receipts this ysr will amount to at least 13,000 1m4m. Ovor 3,000 Eale"s mora than was rifrrfved last year. .Following la the number of bales jlAiihud in Durant this saaoa, -and. tho places rooclvod: Bon Leo Cotton Yard, 5,400 j Com press yards, 1,000; Round Dalo Gin, 1,W, (2...

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 December 1913

Cj THB DUKANT WE1KLY K1CW8 I B Ki -4Fv.il Ready ' am w '. . a' .: - : .1 'I 'V. 14 I '?. IN SPITE of the fire which .wiped outpour house and all contents; Monday mornr ing, November 24th, we were ready for business and prepared to fill all orders the day following with the same dispatch that characterizes our dealings. We are temporarily located on Second Avenue and Evergreen, across the street from the Durant. Opera House, one block east of Postoffice. 6 attend to you orders. Give us a call. ,: ' -y ..V ' a f' J.'M Hale-Halsell Grocery Cqmpany By G. B. MaloneManager WHOLE STATE V OK THE BIG 110AD Every Count' Hero and In Texas Worklntr for Iho nip Highway to tlio Gulf. (From the Democrat) "Every county from lied River to Oklahoma City is In favor of Rood roads, and met us with open arms and purse, and each county promptly met their part of the assessment for the preliminary survey of tho Oklahoma. Texas and Gulf Highway." This was the encouraglnK report that Hon. W. Durant brought ...

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 December 1913

fa . IL m TMI DURAKT WI1KLT KIWI T ' s .1 r t V V Household Hints (to arc passed over the " Garden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps By Miss Mabtl Linda Pineapple Sponge Ono cupful of plneapplo Julco, ono cupful water", one tablespoonful lemon Jutco, two tnblcspoonfuls gela tin four- tablcspoonfuls sugar, whites of "'four eggs. Dissolve gelatin lu "wfoter, ndd sugar, lemon and plnc tipplo. Dent whites of eggs stiffly, then' gradually beat In tho gelatin. When sotting pour Into a wot mold. Docorato wltb. pineapple. Aprfcot Sonifies . One cupful apricot puree, one tea updonful pulco, two tnblespbonfuls ap ricot Blrup, white's "of threo eggs, ono tftblcspoonful gelatin, half n cupful whipped cream, two tablcspoonfulB of BUgar, Proparo puree by rubbing can nod apricots through a slove. Use a little' sirup with tho apri6ots, and do ndt mako tho pureo too thick. DIs soivo tho gelatin In two tablcspoon fuls of sirup and strain Into tho puree. Add lemon Juice, sugar, beaten white, of "the eggs a...

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 December 1913

TH JDURAlfT -IIKLY KIWI Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Ity, and only one of tho buttons was truckage, rolling stock and Bervica sowed on tight. The samo class of u moons more" -wrecks, and tfuman Urea garment canibo bought anywhoro In must pay tho price. Thero aro two Published evory Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter at tho postofficfc at Durant, .Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March rd. 1870. S. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. 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 Insertions will be printed each issuo until ordered dis continued by tho advertiser. The publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to hlmBclf. Tho latest dope on tho Mexican sit uation' is 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. — 5 December 1913

mJsmtm THi' DtJRANT WfclkiY kiBlf K i k r it,. V SELECT c YOUR CHRISTMAS JAKE AIWSEL'S tflFTS AT , ' Outline of practical gifts Is very large, and it. is to your advantage to visit dur store early and make your selections. Have them reserved for you. A great opportunity to please your hasband or sweetheart with, a gift he will appreciate in every day life; Suggestions: ' s" Silk Handkerchiefs Men's Suits Men's Overcoats Boy's Suits Boy's Overcoats Jw Men's Silk Hose ties ? Shirts , Underwear '! of .r-.l'K- Pajamas Umbrellas :?: Nightshirts House Robes '' Smoking, Jackets Suit Cases Traveling Bags Traveling Dress Gases iGolIar'Bags Tie Holders '$ Mufflers Suspenders Sweaters Linen Initial Handkerchief Trunks Shoes for Men, Women - and Children Men's House Slippers Ladies' House Slippers ChHdren's House Slippers Ladies' Silk Hose iMisses' Silk Hose . Children's Silk Hose Belts Phone 372 Durant, Okla. JAKE AMSEL Outfitter From Head to Foot Deliveries by Parcel Post Free APPEALS SCHOOL ...

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. — 5 December 1913

iMMattii2L;ril SSJ - A. .KiiS.1!s3;1 TEI DUXAHT WEEKLY KIWI ssss CLOSING OUT! --Retiring frolft 4 v Have decided to retire from business. My stock is too large to be sold in bulk, so haver .decided to close out the greater part at retail I desire to thank you all for past patronage and favors, and while I have always tried to make as low prices as I could afford to, will now make them- much lower. Business aw "' MV K PROFITS, OF COURSE, WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IN THIS CLOSING OUT DEAL We are going to sell them whether they bring a big or Jittle price. - They have simply got 40 go. You can save some money here now. Our stock is complete in all lines and you can getvwhat you want anjl save money besides. OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED - NOTHING WILL BE CHARGED COUNTRY MERCHANTS WILL DO WELL TO PRICE OUR MERCHANDISE & $ w. y I - H H m T J2t? "-' TOWNS END DURANT, OKLAHOMA ty m Public Health Department IY DR. J. C. MAim, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH One mid (lie Same Thlm? Scarlatlne max have-...

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. — 5 December 1913

Yl S0 C3 URANT WEEKLY KIWI $Kj ,-v i 1 ': i 34JJS.$$$435S5,. FAXX KOTEfl., , . Tho Importance ot pood seed torn cannot bo overestimated in successful gardening and growing truck, patches for the home. In selecting seed, care should bo taken to Ret tho seed from the best plants, and Men sowing may be raado with greater expectations. Hog and hominy Umor6 desirable than cotton and credit Those "who havo full conrcrlbs and smoklg umokeliouaoB arc seldom dependent umn the credit system, The trado of swe'a farmer is worth having. J Growing ribbon c,ano tsugar'''cano)i afceuld have more attention as a stdo Use on the farm where cano ihrlvos. Syrup tnad at homo in tho open Dan m delicious, and city peoplo are gen erally glad to pay a goo4 prtce-fer U. Buying cows and, eellinK them as fast as they stop milking never built up a high class dairy business. The city milk producer is not a truo .dalry awn; he Is more a speculator in feeds and cows. It is tho full feeding on good, sound food that ...

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. — 5 December 1913

i,ltl!4M It It ' s THE DURA1CT WKLY N 1 ' DIRECTORY FOR CHRISWAS SHOPPERS I.' ft' h All the business people whose advertisement appear men of standing, who may be depended upon to give you may make from them. is page ire reputable business you a square deed on any purchase 'Ei onwl FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Wo carry an elegant lino ot all kinds of flno candles, and have a nlco stock ot especially prepared package chocolates, which would m'ako nlco presents for the ladles. A box of one dozen good cigars, in Christmas box would plnso the men folks. Also a nlco lino of flno Meerschaum and Briar wood pipes, which make nice gifts for smokers, "We. can tako your subscription to any mngnzlno published, and fill your wants for. nlco sta tionery. 1'OSTOFFICE STORE, will II. Hilton, Wop. FLOUKl,1 FLOUR! FLOUR! Five cars of flour to rnipvo in flvo wooks. Rogers mill Soptembor wheat' per hundred lbs. i.i.ii Prlnco Royal and Vienna .'."ii. .. .i 1,000 sacks of brand and shoria to movo in 7 week's, ev...

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. — 12 December 1913

DURANT NEWS' orfriciA WSPAPIR OF dOTJWTT Of BKYAM EEKliY I K j" Ai f- r !- r i K.i "HcilHtneXVH. -' U , $1C,LBKNNIMGT0N FIXE. JJarly Menibi-FI-e Wednesday Dc ulreycd WUf hb3 Jlcaft Stores 'losses cohered by InHHrance. y Flro originating at 1:30 Wednesday morning in tho rear of tho ifeatk Grocory storo at Bennington, destroy ed that placo ot business and all con tho Heath sttoo was a mass of flamoa.,DUK ,' and tho flame had sproad to tho Wal lcr stpro bj the tlrao tho flro depart ment arrived on tho scono. This Is tho first run made! by tho department slnco the Installation ot the new city water works. Only' th kardest kind of work hop' the flames frofei spreading to the WfMaMMMHMHWMMWMMMiM t; OKkAHWCjO'amAY.iJrtOKJtfciit 12, ii, , , .W. Il-W- , 0 Tfambcr W. . uk Placo of business and all con-u h Tho tents, and spread to tho Waller Dr-J, , , unkn A&j Goods storo adjoining, .totally destroy-j ?$$ lag that placo of business and all con x vjJfcTBfDT.INfl NUPTTALSl , ' tents. Mr. Hea...

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. — 12 December 1913

,i'iif. Ttfui-mri j 'l ' f MiiUt11 HtU llMl iliiilMil im 4. i s THX UURANT WMltLY N X. r.r FARM LOANS AT 8 PERCENT Simple Interest NO COMMISSION NOTES TO PAY ON Well Improved, Well Located Farms with good, straight titles PROMPT PAYMENTS MADE A.B.DAVIS INVESTMENT COMPANY Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 36 Main Street Opposite Atwood Hotel Obc of Rest Showsof Season at DnraBt llieatre Next Monday, EDITH THAYER "THE FIREFLY." I most light operas. Mr. Hnmmerstelu has made a lavish production, nro- vlded a cast of unusual exeellonco 'and made tho opera a musical delight by the augmentation of tho orchestra. Next to tho star Maxflcld Moreo car ried off tho honors. Mr. Morce Is a fcomedlnn of original methods, hi quiet humor and eccentric dancing convulsing the house with mirth. Al though ho played tho part along tho lines of his predecessor, Itoy Atwell, I air. Jioreo nns cnougn orlglnnllty to carry him through. By 'employing nothing but legitimate methods he 9 J I" TIGHT MQNKt AF. FKCT...

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. — 12 December 1913

THE DtJRAHT, WIEKLT KIWI k k f '.' Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Pabltehod ovory Thursday at 114 N Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entored as second clrsB mall mat tor at the pdstofflce at Durant, Okla homa, undor Act of Congress of March rd. 1879, L M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TEIIM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Tear, In advance, $1.00 Blx Months, In advance, .60 ADVERTISING HATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advortlsoments authorized without specified number of insertions will bo prmtod each issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. Tho largo number of daring holdups, burglaries and miscellaneous thefts that havo been perpetrated In this city tho past fow months leads the officers to bellovo that there is a local organ ized band of professional crooks here, who know tho field thoroughly, a...

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. — 12 December 1913

Xu DUKANT WEEKLY NEWS CLOSING UT! Retiring from Business 1 r Have decided to retire from business. My stoft is too large to be sold in bulk, so have decided to close out the greater part at retail. I desire to thank you all for past oatronage and favors, and while I have always tried to make as low prices as I could afford to, will now make them much lower. PROFITS, OF COURSE, WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IN THIS .CLOSING OUT DEAL I We are going to sell them whether they bring a big or little price. Thev have simply got to go. You can save some money here now. Our stock is complete in all lines and you can get what you want and save money besides. OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSFD - - - - NOTHING WILL BE CHARGED COUNTRY MERCHANTS WILL DO WELL TO PRICE OUR MERCHANDISE w. L. TOWNSEND DURANT, OKLAHOMA Public Health Department BT DR. J, C. MAIIR, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH From now on is our sason for colds, a Grippe, and pneumonia; The germs tliat cnuso thefco diseases arc present in our upper air pass...

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. — 12 December 1913

THE I T WEEKLY NEWS HANUFACTURERS SURPLUS STOCK SALE 4 i ' Our Buyers while in New York recently bought over $100,000 worth of goods for our chain oif stores at a great sacrifice to the manufacturer. At this time of year they want money for their winter merchandise and want it mighty bad. We had the cash and could use the quantities. Never in the history of Bryan county have you been able to buy such . splendid, high-class merchandise at the prices now offered by us. Read carefully and note each price. , , ' ' t' K i New Coat Suits. Ottr purchase-of. tailored suits Is remarkablo when yoii note quality and the beautlftl patterns together 'with tho very low prices on these gar ments. It is a raro opportunity offered you to purchaso a becoming attlru at a small figure. Como early and you will be agreeably surprised. 15 Novelty suits in an assortment of sizes and colors. Former values up $i4.C0, in this Balo only $7.45 Neat Tailored suits in novelty and plain weaves, All new models in 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. — 12 December 1913

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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. — 12 December 1913

world (experience) t&at 1 am not a Mercl l$ jut ararmer. W iinon the minds of the croo6VneoDle of Durant and surrounding country, who have so liberally patronized me during my business career, that I am not usincr the words "closing out" merely as an advertising scheme butthat I mean just exactly what I say and I would impress upon each and every one the fact that I value my honor and your future confidence and friendship too highly to state anything but the truth to you over my signature. 20 SALES LADIES WANTED 1 T i APPLY AT ONCE 3 Tte Below I furnish you the cost price of a few articles gathered at ramdon but remember that time and space does not permit me to mention one-tenth part of the good seasonable merchandise that you will find going at actual first cost. Now is thetime to join the throng of economical buyers and remember to pass me unheeded this time is rank extravagance. i . - i-. SHOES F0R 3EN ANB BOTS, $4.50 Patent, Tan and Black: "Cost, $3,50 Patent, Tan and Black...

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. — 12 December 1913

i i THE DVBAUT Vt&tu&L ...L.i ijii I iihiiiirtti III i 'IT' CHRISTMAS JEWELRY JUDGE WILLIAMS' EL BENO SPEECH. "Orf Dob" Oklahoma's Next Governor, Neither nn Administration Nor Ante-Administration Candidate. El Iteno, Okla., Dec. 11, 1913, Judge Williams, in a'n address be fore tho Democratic Club hero Sun day, having reiterated tho statement heretofore mado that he was going to I be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor and that In' due course of time ho would mako his formal announcement as contemplated by tho primary election laws of tho State said: "I shall bo neither an administra tion nor an nnto-ndmlnlstrntlon can didate, but hope to be' a candidate of a harmonious, united,' militant, ag gressive, honest, faithful and efficient Democratic party. Tho executive de partment consists of sov'eral branchos and harmony does not appear to exist between somo of its departments. No j harmony existed between tho loglsln turo" aud tho chief executive. Hnr mony bet...

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. — 12 December 1913

THE DURANT WIKKLY KIWI POWER FAST GRUMBLING No Peace in Mexico Until Dicta tor Is Eliminated, Says President's, Message. ' HONEY BILL HELPS FARMER Nted of, Lefllilatfon. That Will Faclll tats Getting of' Capital for Agricul tural Purposes Would Choose Presidential Candidates by Primary Declares Himself for Philippine lndependei.se Should Let Antl Trust Law Stand. Washington, Doc. 2. President ."Wll w appeared before (ho Joint iScsalon m Ihe, two houses qt congress tiday aad delivered nls annual moseaeo as HUERTA'S follows; tn pursuance of my constitutional duly to "glvo to the congroBB informa tion of the stato of the Union," I take the Hbatty of addressing you on sov tral matters which ought, as It Booms Xtq mo, particularly to engage tho at T tentlon of your honorablo bodies, as of all who study the welfaro" of the nation. Departs Prom Custom. I shall ask your' Indulgence if I von ture to depart in some degroo from tho usual custom of setting before, you In formal review tho many ...

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. — 12 December 1913

ilini.r-n.il i -r 1Trri - "" nU.kmiml r 10 THE DUltAKT W11KLY KIWI HUEKTA'S rOWEB CRUMBLING. (Continued from pago 9) ""jtheTr enterpHiFs anl InYestmonTs and W clear path Indicated which they can Krarel without anxlaty. It la an Im portant that they should bo relieved wf embarrassment and cot freo to trospor aB that private monopoly hould bo destroyed. Tho -ways of motion should bo thrown wide open. I turn to a subject which I hope can be handled promptly and with out serious controversy of any kind. K mean the method, of selecting nomi nees for tho presidency of tho. United States I feel confident that I lo not misinterpret the wishes or tho expectations of tho country whon I urgo tho prompt enactment of legislation which will provide for primary elections through out tho country at which tho voters of 1ho several parties may choose their nominees for tho presidency without tho Intervention of nominating con ventions. I venture the suggestion that this legislation should provide for...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 December 1913

11 ri FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS AU the business people whose advertisement appear on this page are reputable business men of standing, who may be depended upon to give you a square deal on any purchase you m&y make from them. , uKAKT WKirr.Y K1WB DIRECTORY FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Wo carry nn olcgnnt lino of all hinds ot flno candles, and haro a nlco stock of especially prepared packago chocolates, which would mako nlco presents for tho ladies. A box ot one dozen good cigars, in Christmas box would piiiBa tho tnon folks. Also a nice lino of flno Meerschaum and Briar wood pipes, which mako nlco gifts for smokors. Wo can tako your subscription to any magaztno published, and till your wants for nlco sta tionery. , , TOSTOFFICE STOKE. Will H, MIltOH, Prop. CURIO AND MUSIC STORE. Headquarters for.bollday goods. Watches, Cloqks and Jowelry. Indian Cur ios, KoTOltlcs and notions, Stationery, Books, etc. Victor and Edison Phonographs and Records. M. H. BROWN, 44 Main Street, Durant, Okla. FLOU...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 December 1913

nwwiPjwwOTMww iw 'rt i ij iww rX TXI dukaxt Wikitiir KfxWf 12 DECEMBER SPECIALS AS IT HAS always been our motto to give our customers a little better goods for less money than any house in Durant we are Better prepared a$ this time fcTclo so than ever before. By going to market late in November, we were able to buy seVf&i tk&usand dollars worth of new and up- 3S-rtr w n id l"tf$ '"' kl 'ttffummtt"- 1 to-date merchandise at less Mfc SPECIAL ON MEN'S SUITS AND' OVERCOATS Big lot of Mon's W. a. Peck Gunrnn teol all wool suits, worth 520 to ?:j2.50, prices $10.00 to $10.50 t Lot of Men's Suits In blua, brown and grey, worth $12.50 to -5IG.00, ptices $8.50 to .:.' $10.00 Men's Overcoats In black, brown -and grej", rogufar $30 coats, special .'price now .Ll.-. -,,15.00 v '. ' ' Men's OvercpaCs, In all tho leading col ors, oxtra heavy, Just tho thing for winter, regular $1D coats, prices $10 to! T . -$12.00 Big lptfcof Overcoats, tar'and groy, only coats that always sell for $10, ....

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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