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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 23 January 1914

o DURAMT tr-Jfi " 1 rttPIOIAL WEfiKT MP.W - . JHuJhJLMl wMEf-Li w W . jp NJ5WSPAPER Or tfH OOUNTY 0?1YAN j , I X 7 Teinmfl xvrn. -j - i . . i . -- - ., BtUtAKT, OKLAHOMA, FKIBAV, JANUARY 23, 1914. &A UfiW SUBSCRIBED TO HIGtHWAT. TjHmgkt that Subscriptions Will Beach $5,ee Other Corjttefl Basy, 'lee, sr uewM SOIT AGAINST THE I'lONEEK, D. Crosby Alcgcs Company Itcfnso'l Use ef riionc, After Kent Was raJd-Asks $2,557.50 Baraayc " Th rnmmlttnn for thin oi. ' Ar . ... . - ,, charge of soliciting and collet., wubscrlptlons ofr tlio Bryan count) , end ot tho Oklahoma, Texas and Quit Hlchwav worked A whllo tho ford part of this week, and has given out tho nBcs ' V. suit has been filed in tho district Vi in ti ' Bryan county against tho Croscy, asking dam- i. Sum of 2,357.G0 Tho pe o, comii. yi.fi, ROAD FIXING FUND dKOWS, V 9i6.95 iStihscrJlMMl by Citizens of Dtr rant o Date to Repair Bad Places In I'll Idle IloadH. NUMBER Information that tho sum ot $2,500 has already boon subscribed, a...

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. — 23 January 1914

r THE DURAT WEEKLY NEWS SEVEN KILLED; THREE WOUNDED Hutiny at Oklahoma Stale Penitenti ary. John R. Thomas One of the VIcUms. McAlestor, Ok., Jan. 19 Thero was a mutiny ot prisoners at the Okla homa Stato penitentiary hero this af ternoon between 4 nnd 5 o'clock, with tho rc3Ult that Beven peoplo wero killed and thrco wounded. The dead (PAT OATS, assistant doputy war den. F. C. GODFREY, guard. II. H. DROVER, superintendent of Bortlllon department. , JOHN R. THOMAS of Muskogee, former United States District and Circuit Judge of Western District of Indian Territory. CHINA REED, who was sentenced to two years for horse larceny. TOM LANE, of Pauls Valley, who was sentenced to five years for forg ery. CHARLIE KOONTS of Commanchc County, who was sentenced to forty years for manslaughter, Tho wounded are: Jack Mortln, turnkey, shot through tho cheek; C. L. Wood, guard, shot through th3 arm; Mary Foster, telopono girl, shot through a limb. A telephone messngo to the sheriff office and the p...

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. — 23 January 1914

I7"TP r$ THE DUltANT WIXKZ.T KIWI 2 1 ,r fW Farm Notes of Interest to All Pigs aijd pennuta spoil prosperity for all thos6 who try tho combination. Plant a small (led of peanuts next year and see It this Is not true. Don't Impoverish your farm and Its soil by selling oft all your groin. Wby not food your crops to livestock? This will onrlch the soil and will also enable you to got more monoy for your crops A mtOOn MAKE PKOl'OSITION. Many small farmers Iceop but a sln glo work tenm. In such cases 1 would advise tbo keeping of brood mares In preforonco to horses. Somo nro afraid too much time may bo lost by foaling, but things may bo plan ned so that only tho minimum of time mny bo lost and that when their ser vices would bo of least value. Horses set older ovory year and with no colts coming on thoro will afor a whllo too only a team of old horses on tho trot down hill. But two nlco colts overy yoar aro like a pension. SILAGE FOH HOUSES. Many Inquiries aro being received concerning t...

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. — 23 January 1914

u tTH'I' DUR'AN W4BEXft? NEW & !' Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue. Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mail mat ter at the postofflco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March Ird, 1879. B. M. EVANS. Editor and Publisher. TEKMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Tear, In advance, . $1.00 Bli Months, In advance, .GO ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will be furnished pros pective advertisers Upon application, Advertisements authorized without specified number .of Insertions will be printed each Issue until ordered ais continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. A local good roads Enthusiast fig ures that thcro'aru enough men who Btand on the street corners In .this, town nnd talk Socialism, whllo'tholr, TWO EXCELLENT RECOHDS :l Not many public officials havo'lho courtieo to flcht nolltlclann' -"when, wives ma...

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. — 23 January 1914

THE DURANT WJ5UKLY KBITS :? 7 t W i i ,JL wp General Interest eTVpes, GOV. CRUCE WILL NOT CALL IXTRA SESSION. iHTHlldatloH of General Rctchso Aet Started Speculation Concern. lug LCgIsIatHre. Oklnlionitt City, Ok., aJn. 20. Spec ulation us to tho probability of n spec ial session of tho legislature to ro pnBB tho general rovenuo act and tho mortgage tax law, Invalidated by tho supromo cturt'a decision in tho capi tal nnd election law referendum cas es, wna sot nt rest-day by dov. Cruco, who declared 'there would bo nono. Suggestions jib to tho amount VL lUYVUUH LUU aLULU CI 11 II tUUULlMa In most Instances the Stato has the ad vaorem basis to fall Uhck on. dor. Cruco said' tonight that ho bad not boen approached upon tho question of having an oxtra Bcssion. "And It would bo qulto unnecessary for tho roattor to bo urged," he added, "for thoro will not bo another sos,1 slon of tho legislature during my term of office" Last wcok's prices again reduced on Suits and Ovorco'ats at Mercant...

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. — 23 January 1914

v,? 6 THE DUBANT WI2KLV lfWl I) V TSBfnnabe" (C. C say- " mmnnnniiihliMliiiif CREAMED MACAIIONI. Have fl good sized snucotan of fast bolllng water well salted; drop int.) It three-fourths pound of macaroni and cook fast for forty-flvo mlnute3, adding at the start an onion stuciC with two cloves, also a generously heaped teaspoonful of butter. Remove the onion, drain tho macaroni, and replace In tlio saucopan with four ounces each of grated Parmesan and Swiss cheese, a pinch each of pepper I and nutmeg, and a half-pint of hot meat broth (preforably veal or chick fan) and four tablespoonfuls of cream or rich milk. Cook five minutes, stirr ing thoroughly, and when the maca roni is "ropy," servo it hot. ROCHESTER PORK CHOPS. Wipo six thick ,pork chops, trim, roll and skower into shape.- Put In a small baking dish, sprlnklo with salt and pepper, and add hotwater to haf surround. Cover and bake in a moderate oven until tender, tho tlmo being about one hour. Dry slices of brend In a slow o...

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. — 23 January 1914

THi DURAKT WEEKLY NEWS f COTTON STATISTICS, JAN. 1. CeUoit Ginned Frlnr to Juttiiary 1, Crops of 1818 nmU12, In Ok. lakomA, ' ' Tho preliminary total for tho stnto was made public by the Bureau of tho Census at 10 n.ui. on Friday, Jnnpary 9. Tho corrected total and tho n inounta for the different counties for tho crops of 1913 and 1912 aro furn ished for publication In tho local pa-J pors. (Quantities aro In running bales, counting lourid bales as halt bales. Llntcra aro not Included). County im lOli Adair -- - '822 75C Atoka- --..- .10,268 7,403 Beckham 11,979 23,541 Blaine 854 1,115 Bryan ----- 37.507 32,073 Caddo- - , - 21,699 20,991 Canadian- 1,345 1,710 Carter .. - - ... - 20.4C5 21,868 Cherokee - - - 5,354 4,801 Choctaw - 19,827 1C.340 Cloveland : '11,800 16,123 .Coal - - 6,839 ' 7,109 Cortnncho a. 14,313 20,921 Cotton - 10,220 21,445 Creek 18,484 18,954 Custer 1.G34 2,486 Dowoy - J - -, - 284 789 Garvin --'-- -26,867 27,454 Grady 1388C 13,213 Greer - - 10,939 27,340 Harmon ,1...

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. — 23 January 1914

Akly s THE DURAHT Wl N2EW8 GREAT ANNUAL STOCK REDUCING SALE Now on at PERKINS BROTHERS COMPANY ! '. At Slaughtering Prices. Come and See. 16 This is tiie time of season we always reduce our stock, also being the very time that Seasonable Merchandise is so It in demand. You cannot af- rd t) pass up the g.eir cut-price reductions and ieal values. All winter goods in all lines arc to be closed out as quickly as possible. Come this V$sek. Come. net. Be with the many bargain gatherers who are gathering the cream of these great January reduction in pnices at Perkins Brothers Company. , BPiw-uimiaujM Look at the Price REDUCTIONS ON ALL WINTER COAT SUITS. COATS, WOOL DRESSES AN SKIRTS. All thoso aro atrictly now and up-to-date, and ot the nowost styles. You will bo lucky to got such elegant valuoa for ao llttlo a sum. 1 Lot Ladles' Suits up to $14.50 only $6.95 1 Lot Ladlos Suits up to $19.50 only $9.85 1 Lot Ladles' Suite up to $29.50 only -$13.85 Flno high priced dresses $5.95 and $9.65 H...

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. — 30 January 1914

'W1 41 &L OFFICIAL KJSWBPAPllt OF TH COUNTY OF k'fcY'AH Telame XTIH. DUBANT, OKLAHOMA FKlfAY, JANUARY 90, 1914. iSft- NUXBER 6, t. ... WEE DURAM MEWS J . CONVICTS WORKING ROADS. INDIANS CAN RECOVER TAXES. KAILROADS COULDN'T AGREE. TEACHERS' WARRANTS AT l?Afc. .DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT COLDER!'. NEGRO LYNCHED AT rURCEIX. County Furnishes 14 l'rlosacrg Frcc. DusIhcss Men Paying for Kiwrds And Teams. f. A So Holds Judge Prcsllc D. Cole McAlfcstcr. Judge 3Ind Keen Misquoted, Ho Says. of Tho good road niovcraont is i. lnc by tho recent order of the counw b.,. B commissioners to nllow county con- Ci. t$ vlcts to do service on tho public roads, prlvldod the county was at no expense for guards or teams. Tho business pcoplo of this city are putting up tho cash and doing it lib erally to dato something moro than $200 has beon subscribed and collect d by tho collecting commlttco" of which "W. 8. Knight Is treasurer nnd Bcorekeepor. Every day tho fourteen convicts doing tlmo In the county Jail aro...

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. — 30 January 1914

THE DURAHT WIIKLY NIWi OFFICERS EAItX $100 REWARD. Bacl Taylor and Tom Klcrscy Cnif lurc Colorado Diamond Tlilcf. FugHho SInco Inst August. After eluding officers Blnco August, 1913. Ernest J Coundlff, a diamond thief of Pueblo, Colorado, was captuj cd by Durant Officers In Coalgato on Saturday night. In August of 1913, Coundlff, It Is alleged by the Colorado officers, mado away with, diamonds amounting to several hundred dollars. He disappeared from Puoblo, and no trace could bo found of him. A few days ago circulars were rocehed In the city by officers describing Coun dlff, and giving a list of the diamonds taken, also offering a reward of $100 for his arrest. The circulars fell into the hands of Deputy Sheriff Rucl Tay. lor and City Policeman Jim Kicrsey. For several weeks a voung man had been staying around tho restaurant3 of tho cjty that fitted tho description exactly, and an Jnvcslgation rovealPd the fact that he was tho man wanted In Colorado, Hut when tho officers went to e...

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. — 30 January 1914

THE DUJtAtfT WEEKLY KXWB S , r E-s PIT V ; 'w REAT ntOGRESS IN AGRICULTUKE. ""now to Make tiro Illadcs of Grass Grow Where bat Oho G'otts I. Ifow." If thin Association can show you, Mr. Hanker, Merchant, Manufacturer. Jobber, (Jattleman. Farmer, Dairy man, Professional man, etc., that It Is possible to 'Mako Two Illadcs Of Grass (Irdw Whore Hut Ono Grows Now" In your business you would ha .tnterostrd at onpo. Thin Second An nual Meeting In called for thin pur pose. Aflar t.wolve months endeavor Din rnsulln obtained am highly Balls factory. The crop yield for tho Hast 'ni hair of the State Is close to $10, 'OOO.OOO.ao nioro tlmn the previous year Seventy flvo pel cent of the Kastern Oklahoma counties hava a county organization and a farm ex pert or' farm demonstrator located there. The results of ibis work Is al ready being shown bettor farming, a rotation of crops best suited to tho soil, more attention to the class of seed. In fact the knowing how to farm is being shown our farmers...

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. — 30 January 1914

v y? n. THE DTJRAHT WK2KL.Y NXWI AT" Durant Weekly News Official Papor of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second claBs mall mat ter at the postofflce at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March rd, 1879. H. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, in advance, r $1.00 Blx Months, in advance, .... .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros vectlve advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of Insertions will bo printed each Issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher resorves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. THE NEW SCHOOL FUND LAW. After a study of tho law which makes tho county treasurer custodian of tho funds of every school district and abolishes the many school district treasurers, this paper is convinced that the now order of things will work to th...

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. — 30 January 1914

Yjr-rarfSKft.' -SfsrwiT 5 if tr KATY CLAIMS W2,We,W OKLAHOMA LAND. Tho clnlni of tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas 'railway conyjany to ?62,000, 000 ngalnst tho govprnment for tho lattor's falluro (o turn ovor alternate tteciotiB ot land along Is lino through Oklahoma will furnUh ono of several Important arguments this week before the supremo court In Washington. Tho ralway's claim arises out of tho spectacular railway building nice started by tho government In 18CG. In that your congress offored to grant al icrnato sections of land as soon as tho Indian tltlo should bo extinguished, 'along a line of railroad to bo con structed across tho present state of Oklahoma to Dcnlson, Texas, to tho first railroad to build a lino from th.j eastern terminus of tho Union Pacific on tho Kansas and Missouri state llnCJ to the Southorn line of Oklahoma, Tho raco was open to three rail roads tho Kansas and Neosha Valley, tse Leavenworth, Lawrence and Port Gibson, and tho Union Pacific. Tho Kansas an...

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. — 30 January 1914

THE DURANT W1ZKLY NKWb Public Health Department BY DR. J. C. MAHR, BTATK COMMISSIONER OP HBALYH CAUSE Or CA.VCKIt. "Wo are probably nearer tho truth rcgardini, thcso growths than wo wcro fifty yeas ago; but wo hao much to learn and ninny more fasts must be ilirilcd before anyone thins can lm regarded ns the truo nail only caut-o for a in or. Every year brings tuvth Feme ;.s-v theoy a t ti.- cause of malignancy, yet wo are still very much In tho dark. As nowly discov ered facta become known, science rules out old superstition. W's have somn factn to lcarr concerning tho precise naturo of mnllgnant growths, and It Is well now to know that cjn cer will mo3t likely develop at i clnls whero thero Is great Irritation. Cancer of th0 lip Is moro frequently encountered among smokprs than among non-smokers. Carcinoma ol 1lip stomach 1? me t common at tho tnitlot, where the force of the outgo Ing food stream strikes hardest. Car cinoma of the mouth Is ruro nmung -women of tho Caucasian race; 1...

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. — 30 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 7J V si? XAMMOTH CltKAMEKY IN SIGHT. Durant Is In lino to get a $12,000 cronmory nnd butter factory nnd Just tho lotaBt bit or BUpport wlll.lnnd tho proposition for tho city. Tho require ment nsked for Is to.'locnto Boracono with monoy to Invest who Is willing to erect a building 40x00 feet in slza nnd two stories high, suited to this particular business. Jenson Brothers, proprietors of tho Durant Ico Crenm and Creamery Co,, have proposed to Chamber of Com morco that ir that body will securo a party who will erect a two-story building 40xC0 feet that they, tho Jen son Drothers, will spend somo $12,000 on modern cQUipmcnt nnd operate a f'rst class creamery and buttor fac tory In this city. The venturo also hinges upon tho people's ability to securo tho output of milk from at least one thousand cows for dally do llvory, and they say that they can uso tho milk of 2, GOO cows. The Chamber of Cominerco nppolnt od a committee composed or H. L. qx, V, B, Kendall and ...

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. — 30 January 1914

THI DURAKT WEEKL X& S -$tS$S$&38.4 HOW HOG CHOLERA S IS I1E1NG COMBATED. - ''$SSSSSS nr .... . r. n , a. i I Washington, DC, Jan 20, 1914.-1 Tho department of agriculture, during the past year, has been conducting campaigns In Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, - , , ' , ., , and Nebraska, to control th0 con tag. lous disease of hogs known as "hog ' ' . ... iicruin and farm quarantines. In ono county (Pettis , county, Missouri,) whero there was a loss of 18 per cent In 1911 and 25.C per cent In 1912 o? all hogs raised, thero was only a loss of 14.7 per cent up to novembor, 1913. This decrease wno duo to the uso of the serum, which although not used thero by the department's agents un til August, 1913, materially rcducel tho loss. About 60,000 hogs wero rais ed during the past year and of tho 10,000 that died of tho hog cholera nnlf nKitlit i AHA iifA. Inn nttnvt Alt, 1 .....j. uuUt ...v i.u .uot uw uubcst efforts to assist In tho work aciivo uso oi serum ana quarantine niensuros were ...

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. — 6 February 1914

' Twr ti&iwrmxT:v7Y'iri&' W T1 . ? v fMttB. DURANT Weekly OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF 'TelHme XVm. News BRYAN - DIJKAXT. OKLAHOMA, FIRDAY, FEBHUARiTiniir INDIAN LAND TITLES AFFECTED OALEHA POSTOFFICE ROBBED. Hulo for Bringing Suit Is Enlarged Safo Blowers Wreck Snfo and Post By 8nprcmo Court in Wci$rfa. y office Early Thursday Tl.la H'.U . ' Tills Week.- Oklahoma City, Ok., Feb. 6. A' decision affecting Choctaw and ChlclTasaw Indian land titles and ono of far-reaching effoct was dollvorod "by tho supremo court Tuesday in aft firming tho case of C. E. Cannon against D. It. Johnston and othors, appealed from Jefferson county, Judge M. E. Rossor of Muskogee, sitting as Special Judgo, wrote tho opinion. Tho action was by John ton against Gannon to recover land which '0!jjtltuted the nllottmont of .Agnes Wolfe, nnd, in addition to set tling questions affoctlng tho alien ation of surplus lands, tho court en larged tho rule for the bringing of suits for possession of real csta'e. -Oklaho...

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. — 6 February 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Public Sale of Farm Lands I 'I' II null l i i "" ' i i ill Twenty Improved Farms, 60 to 320 Acres Each, Public Auction. Time Payments. At Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma. Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1, 1914 The undersigned will offer at public auction to the highest bidder the following described farms, comprising 2500 acres, to-wit: rJ r NO. 1. DICK C0L1IEKT FA1LH, 80 ACHES. S, SoU or Sec. G, Twp. 9 S, R 8 E. Itcd rivor bottom. All under cul tivation: never overflows. No moro productive land in Oklahoma. Fenc ed, good well, small buildings, 5 miles north of Dcnlson, Texas, on Okla homa side of Red river. 0. 2. IIAItLKY C0LIIEKT FA KM, CO ACHES. SE of NWU and S of-SWU of NW, Sec. 8, Twp. 9 S, R 8 E. 40 acres under cultivation, 20 acres good timber land. Lays half mile south of No. 1. Is exactly same boII and about samo Improvements. Nothing bettor in the state. 0. 3 WEST CIIAMHERLAIX FARM, ICO ACRES. SW of SW of Section 25, Twp...

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. — 6 February 1914

ll.l j!UliriWWIjhMR )lflWl.rtllitWllillMMIU3MllW-I.JW THE DtJXANT WEEKLY NEW! 4 , IW T ,' "WOULD BUILD BLOOM. FIELD IN DURANT. ClUiORg tfii Chamber of Commcrco Working to Trjr to Socho Ih. dkn School for this City. BInco tho burning lost Saturday of. tho Bloomtield acaJoray for girls near Ktmp, attor which It was rumored that tho Rohool would not ba robullt on tho prjjont si to, and "John O. Brown, supoiivsor of Indian schools, has been tlu-re this week looklus over tho field, and will report this wcok, much, dopcndlng upon his report. Th0 Influential citizens of Durant havo addressed lotters to Governor Johnston of tho Chickasaw Nation, who Is now at Washington, asking his support to a movement to locate tho school In this city In ovent Is rebuilt, whllo Ardmoro is working hard to got tho school moved to that place Followng tho flro, tho cntiro stud eht body was dismissed and sent to Jtholr respective homes. Dcnlson mado an effort to havo tho pupils sent to that placo to completo t...

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. — 6 February 1914

Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. fubllshcd every Thursday nt ,U4 N Third Aveuuo, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as Second class mall mat ter at the postoftlce at Durant, Okla koma, under Act of Congress of March trd, 1879. . M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, . $1.00 Biz Months, In advance, .CO ADVERTISING! RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application Advertisements authorized without peclfled number of insertions will be printed 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. ANJfOONCEMEJfTS. This paper Is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of the persons whoso names appear below for the of fices named, subject to tho Democrat ic primary, August 8tn, 1914. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN A. PHILLIPS, Catfdo, Okla. JAS. YARBROUOH. Durant, Okla. JUDGE WILLIAM'S CANDIDACY. (From ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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