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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 27 February 1914

' in 11 iiiniii inn imin i Kin ii i in in h'ii liil iiiMiiMiti iiiy i!ii"iiiiriiiyinii' iiTriifii)'lTiriirTinriilifiiii MUMMUflWUWlt.- 1 Mm,, Hi.v "t 8Cloty jL)ijrant Weekly News OrriOIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE 00UNT7 OP BJYAN i P n V J K1 Bi VoImiho XVIII. KATY SUED FOR DAMAGES. Cr. ami Mrs. O. W, Heard Ask Dam ages Totalling $8,022.70 for lie Ing Ejected from Train. Through their attornoys, Uttor back and MacDonnld, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heard, woll-known cltlzons, living flvo miles south of Durant, Wednesday entered suit In tho Bry an county district court against tho M. K. & T. railway, alleging that thoy purchasod tlckots from that company to como to Durant from Bartlosvlllo, and that thoy woro forced to embark from tho ltmltod train at Atoka. Tho suit is tho result of Mr. and Mrs. Hoard being ojoctod, so thoy IS JTS. 2S StL 28 mis t, ninir,Mn nitrrf,t thoy wero in Dartlosvillo and wanted to return to Durant as soon as pos- slblo, as Mrs. Heard was 111, and purchasod a ticket from- ...

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. — 27 February 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Perki: . Co. NEXT WEEK WILL BE PATTERN WEEK AT OUR STORE. SEE OUR PATTERN WINDOW." GET ONE FREE. NEXT WEEK, FEDRUARY 23rd to 28th INCLUSIVE, 'IS PATTERN WEEK.' DE HERE. GET YOURS FREE, i ' s t ns oros ANNUAL i February White Goods Sale Its' the Greatest Showing of White Goods we've ever held The Values are Here-Bargains best we've ever given This is the February event lo'dked forward to. by hundreds of our cus tomersYou will not be disappointed We never had so manv bargains in White-Goods and Wash Materials and you have such a wide variety of the to select from now. Not only are the selections offered now greater but it is the climax of tnonths of preparations for this annual SPECIALS One lot 25c Ladles' Handkor- chiors 131-2 J ?1 Colored Taffotta Silks ...50 65c Seam od Shoots, 44 1,000 yards lQc Lacos, only ...5 SPECIALS Ono lot 5c Dress Braids, yd 1 Ono'lot Embroldorlos, yd...... 2 27 In. Embroideries, yd i, 25c Bloachcd Turk-Towols, ir 1G Spring Showing of...

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. — 27 February 1914

jrafctsat.jr.j Or THE DURANT WEEKLY NE' S I J xJfj1 If You are Subject to Cow This Editorial' will Interest You. A Great MitloHf,v of Pconlo Got Ona or Mora Colds Every Season mid It is of Yital Interest to All (o Lcuni'How to, Avoid and JtolicVO Colds Quickly, Since Colds atoSaul to Ijo Contagious. . - ': Somo peoplo think colds nro only .caught, through exposure This in Toturn ia contradiotcd by tha fact that Arctic ojr.lorors aro peculiarly freo from colds. It is moro gonoralry accopted that colds aro tho result of civilized life, duo to Eupor-heated rooms and a very rapid change in tomperature which causes tho nervo contors to bo depressed; and still moro largely duo to con tagion ono member of ft family imparting a cold to anothor by sneosing or coughing. A cold moans nothing if relieved quickly. That such a purpose may bo Accomplished, a quick aid to a cold is an p3scntia A remedy especially dovised to roliovo colds quickly is PERUNA. PERTHf A contains bucIi ingredients that h...

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. — 27 February 1914

Cr' THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS it (? Durant Weekly News .I i iV ' Official Paper of Bryan Couny. Published every Friday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered ns second class mall mat ter at tho postotflce at Durant, Ok lahoma, under Act of Congress. of March 3rd, 1879. E. M.. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUDPCRIPTION. Ono Year, in advance $1.00 Six Months, in advance, 60 ADVERTISING RATES and clrcu- lation statement will bo furnished! a candidate for Congress or govorn prospectivo advertisers upon applIca-L,r. Hl3 withdrawal from tho race Advertisements authorized wlth-Pour ycnr8 nB ,ma tho effoct of de out specified numbor of Insertions "featlng Dill Murray but no ono bo will bo printed each Issue until or-.heves that Robertson could havo dered discontinued by tho advertiser. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement. ANNOUNCEMENTS. This paper is authorized to M an nounco the candidacy of the persons whoso names appear below for the" of fices nam...

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. — 27 February 1914

-.: .-; w l- ?$mMm.niihim satt-'-'W,"" )- '- VS f - -yi Xf THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS t HARNED STOCK SOLD. UNION MEETING AT COLBERT. J 1V,WV 'P " t ri I -4 ,., !tf J&t 'Hg; 1 , ; h To Our Farmer t t i Friends it We are prepared to supply onion sets, gardes aad figures for cask. Let us figure witk you oh We need tke cask; cenes. oh us.f We w'" Sell Vu' tke top market price. Wood Brothers E. S. WOOD Phone 85 B. C. WOOD No. 124 North 3rd Avenue AHOLI8H INDIAN OFFICES. Tho Cartor amendment to tho Indian appropriation bill to abolish tho offlco of commissioner of tho Flro Civilized Tribes and superin tendent of the Union Agency and create in their stead tho offlco of tho superintendent of the affairs' jof tho Five Clvllzed Tribes, was adopt ed In tho National Congress after a spirited fight. The Carter amend ment provides that the new officer shall bo appointed by tho President and confirmed by tho Senate; that his location shall be in Oklahoma, nnd that his salary shall be $5,000. Tho a...

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. — 27 February 1914

a THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWD Are ij'bing To Sel. $. f i wai13ilUi;vfcwafl We t $ And to dispose of it quickly swe will cut the prices deeply on every item in this storp. We must make room for New Spring Goods, so if you want to share in the; Greatest Bargain Feast ever offered to the People of this County w T 6w-hsnd Store And get the benefit of EeaS Bargains. Sale starts w.ra,yaift,iTT'rr3TBait iiw- 'ixuaawaiw uu? i u mMMamu&h&xsss&azwsiiB. x.r,tm'M jgsaeassasEaggsgBBaaBxaaisiJsagKaLaag 1 f ' Here are a Few of the Values Men's all Wool Suits, regular $12.50, now 15.00, now 22.00, now 10.00, now it it iC It it it it it u it it 'it ti it 113.30 u2& 9k BVG V Men's all Wool Suits, regular $ 7.50, now Young Men's all Wool Suits, 10.00, now " " " " " ' 6.00, now One lot Boys Overcoats, value 500, now" f1 DUajy xS&mXJ wir.pjy.tysiHWf.w.yasyg! J.MKiTMr ITT" i r-.fiT- TCTM . brw ra arjaaataasasr. isaBMasass All oilier Overcoats at less than first cost. Qihp left .of Children...

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. — 27 February 1914

o THE DURANT WEEKlA N U i a fVi t (: f $ (f VIIjTjA TELIiS WHY UUITISItmt WAS SHOT. American, Spmilnrd, Clcrmnn, Japan eso or Any Buch Offender Would Havo Been Shot. Chihuahua, Mox. Fob. 24. Con. Villa's story of tho killing of William S. Ronton, told to' reporters horo to day, differs but llttlo from tho of ficial statoraent glvon out Saturday at Juaroz. Tho Juaroz statomont declared that whon Bonton reached for his hip pocket Villa knocked him down with a blow of tho fist. Villa said that when Bonton mado this move ho pok ed his own pistol Into Benton's stom ach and then turned him over to tho guards. Villa Insisted that Benton canio to tako his llfo and referred to Bonton's mission concerning the welfare of lils ranch as a "protext" to gain ad mittance. According to Villa, Benton, after tho vordlct of tho courtmartlal, con fessed his guilt and declined to ask for morcy Ho merely requested that Ills property bo turned over to hie widow. On Bonton's death ho said: "Bonton galnod en...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 27 February 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS o E 7. RINES. President D. MORGAN, Vlco.Pre.ident H. D. NEELY, Caller First National Bank fl A capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma -& SiirplHskai Snrpw'a (T17OC on CBdlrldcd Freflta vp,0 J.OU 4-r . The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited V JliMEfH The EvsaBMBsHi Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California Rocirt 1 trtl 2 J. P. FISHER, District Manager. Grider Blc?g. Durant, Ok In MTJ "FORBEATJTinOATION" JtALBANY NEWS ITEMS. Little Buster Brown Neal, j ular merchant Wo also visited I Mr. Harry Hall, who has boon mak- who , ing somo substantial Improvements has been very ill with pnoumonla, is 0n his rosldonce. recovering, j Wh0 thoro Wfl had tho plcasurG miss juaryoe uoopor aopanoa Bun- 0f mooting Professors Jerdlo and day morning for Dallas to undergo an operation for appondicltis, and was.accompanlod by Br. Wann. DJck Neal is very ill with appon dicltis. Tho Albany Dobatlng Society met Friday afternoon and a nlco prog ram was rendered. Mr. Loyd...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 6 March 1914

kly News XV OFFICIAL NJSWSPAPEB OF THE COUNTY Or BRYAN .', DURANT Wee ,- -c '!?-' Volumo XVm. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1014. w NUMBER 19. jj 'M i district, court nomas. . K. llHnisldo amf quitted Of Murd out Testimony. n Wright Ac--, " 'Wltli- v'V. District court commenced Vty grind of tho criminal dockot Tues day morning and by noon of tho day following had disposed of thlrtoon criminal cases ranging in seriousness from common theft up to, murder' The following Is the work of tho -court: John Cowan entorea a plea, of guilty to ombozzling $1,480 belong--ing to his son Charles, for whom ko was guardian. Passing of soa teace was susponded to allow. Cow a to complete the making of bis " i , Leon Mitchum of Bokchlto whoso It tfor burglary In tho second do jlttf was to havo como up but tho defendant ordered forfolturo of his bond, made by Jack Gray, R. S. Kelly and others. Mitchum Is charg ed with breaking into tho depot at Bokchlto and stealing' sovoral ar ticles. Tho third tr...

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 March 1914

HHMtMW tim mmt -yy THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS , . WM-W.illlMtliMttll WWWlttfMltllltllMjirttil'iAPJW t li ' 1 i n D? PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Indispensable to best results saves worry saves work saves money saves health saves complaints at table rnoF. McINTOSH announces. Head of Bennington Public Schools ft Candidate for County Superin tendent of I'ubllc Instruction. The News Is authorized to an nounce, the candidacy of Prof. R. K. Mcintosh, superintendent of tho Bon nlngton public schools, for the offlco of county superintendent of Bryan county subject to tho action of tho voters at the Democratic primary to bo hold August fourth, 1914, and Mr. Mcintosh's card will be found In tho News announcement column this Is sue. Prof. Mcintosh was born In Chickasaw County, Miss., April 17th 3884. He reclvcd his early school ing in the public schools of Houston, Miss., completing thero his high school course, and two years In Teachers' Normal of Houston. Ho then went...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 6 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS t "rjAn PATADDtl I Tfco caP'nl stock ot tho concern TIAU tAlAKWl i wftwM So 126,0,00 of which tho FIVE YEARS, 'would sell IIO.OOO In Durant If do BBRwS 1 illir 4BMLaa MR.- S. S. JOHNSON St. Elmo, Illinois. Mr. John Bon of St Elmo, .Illi nois, wan troubled five years with catarrh. The catarrh was no severs In hla cast that lilfl )lf b o 0 m 0 d threatened As ho ex presses It himself, ho had "ono foot in tho gmvo." Of course ho tried to cot relief. "Many prac titioners wero con sulted and a catarrh Specialist In St. Louis was tried. Ho got so weak and thoroughly run down that ho do clares ho could not walk moro than a hundred yards without resting. Few people understand that catarrh is a constant drain on tho system. f Tho discharge of mucus which Is koine on In such cases Is largely com Tintuvl nf htanil nomim. nml n n. ciYAt waato. Sooner or later It will weaken tho strongest man. According to reports received from Mr. Johnson, ho was In a desperate condition,...

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 March 1914

o? THE DURANT WEJG.KLY NEWS -:. i: k , ct:t'3ipct7 Durant' Weekly News Official Paper of Bryah CountyS a Published every Friday at lljUNi' tv Third Avonuo, Durant, Oklahoma? Entered as second clas mall.mal ter at tho postofflco at Durant, Okr lahorna, under Act of Congress of . March 3rd, 1879. K. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. . Ono Year, In advance,. ... ..$1,00 J Six Months, in advnnco 50 ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statement -will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorized with out specified number of In.iprtlnn will bo printed each lssuo until or-1 dored discontinued by tho advertiser!-' Tho publisher reserves tho rights to reject any advertisement. ir; ANNOUNCEMENTS. iV This paper Is authorized to an nounce tho candidacy of tho persons whose namcB appear below for the of fices named, subject to tho Democrat 1c primary, August 8th, .1914. v FOB SHERIFF, ' JOHN A. PEKjLIPS. Caddo, Okla. JAS. YARBROUOH, Durant,...

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. — 6 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS nv B ' t 3M - SPRING STYLES IN WOMEN'S ATTIRE Pra&ically Complete Display of new ReadytoWear Qarments GREAT SHIPMENTS OPENED THIS WEEK SET FORTH THE VERY NEWEST FASHION FANCIES IN WOMEN'S HEADY-TO-AVEAH GAItMENTS. THE STYLES HAVE NEW Kit HEEN AS SMART AS THIS SEASON; THE COLORS FOR - 'SPRING, ROTH VIVID AND SOFT TONES, ARE MEtNO SHOWN AND ARE HAVING MANY ADMIRERS. OUR SHOW . " INQ OF GARMENTS IS PRACTICALLY COMPLETE AND, YOUR VISIT TO OUR READY-TO-WEAR SECTION WILL 4 CONVINCE "YOU THAT NOWHERE ELSE IN THIS VICINITY ARE SUCH COMPLETE DISPLAYS TO BE SEEN. MAY WE EXPECT YOU? !,' t You 11 Enthuse Over These New Dresses? YOU WILL'RE QUITE ENTHUSIASTIC WHEN YOU SEE THE MANY CHOICE NEW DRESSES WE ARI3 NOW SHOW ING. THEY'RE THE IHGOEST MONEY'S WORTH EVER STITCHED AND STYLED IN SILK DRESSES. YOU ILVVE READ PLEAS, YOU ILVVE READ PROMISES, AND HAVE SEEN ADVERTISEMENTS, BUT WE ASK; YOU TO READ THIS. COME AND SEE THE GOODS. THEY ABE NOWHERE. Women's Afternoon and Stree...

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. — 6 March 1914

6 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Judge R. L. Williants and the Press ii WW CjooJ Cultivation T)ozs to Cotton Uy F. P. Ferguson In Hid Ok Tho cotton plnnt will como nenrqr I pruuuciut; u iroii, uu an ijiiw ui 'jii and undur nil climatic conditions. providing tho season has fcutflcionH length for maturity or qrop, th'nn rill any other crop pro,duccd,t!pon tho farm, yot. oven in cotont differ ent types of soil and cllli'mtlo condi tions are fnetors to bo considered and dealt with, If we produco n profit able crop I Naturally, cotton la" a seml-trop-Ic il plant Mature -lint imd bloom, with all ntagoB of devclopement bo tweon, are expected to appear upon the plant at the snmo tltno during tho latter pari of the season. Yet, w h varletlos- well selocted, with a lew to rapid plant growth, the plant's mission can be changed from weed growth and early fruit forma tion to that of developing the frul' upon tho plant later on In the season. Curing the season of 1909 Mural Hughes of Alex, Okla., was sup...

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. — 6 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS & HATClIKIt SCHOOL ItOUSK j Mrs. Hlbdon spont the week oil J with hor daughtor, Mm. Washlnglari at illdwny. Dosha Drowor visited frionds at Pleasant Hill Sunday. ' Mrs. llenson 1st visiting Mr, nild Mrs. Boncflold'at Pleasant Hill thl4 week. Miss Mary O'Dea -visited Mrs, vin Robinson last Thursday, Prof. Hotchkln will preach next SaturUny night, Sunday Cnl- horo and Sunday night. v Mr. Fnrrftr Is sick with pnoumontn hut Is much improved. , Jack Woods was a Iloswell visitor last' Sunday. Mrs, Mathles,of Coney visited in this neighborhood last week. School Is very full and Is prog ressing nicely. Ruth Rush visited Annlo Sarrels Sunday, Mr. Sarrels was a Cnddo visitor last Thursday. Mrs. Prentice has been attending tho bedBldo of her grandchild, near Caddo, who has pneumonia, VARKAUY. Rev. Gibbons preached for us Sat urday night and Sunday. Cicero Barnes of Kemp, visited his sister, Mrs. Jenks Morgan, of this place, Saturday, returning homo Sunday. A. C. Hern...

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. — 6 March 1914

u a X h y- -r THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS BIG REMNANT DAY ' t! At the Bankrupt and Busted Sale SATURDAY, MARCH VvH' 7, v 1914 During the Big Bankrupt and Busted Sale I have accumulated thousands of yards of Remnants in Woolen, Silk and Cotton Dress Goods so in order to clean up the odd lots I will hae my Big Remnant Day, Saturday, March 7th. Pieces are from one to twelve yard lengths and in a great many instances you will find full dress lengths all are marked at Baukrupt Remnant prices which means a price that will sell every ixmnant in the house, and our advice to you' is to come early and secure the best bargains. ' ' - BANKRUPT! BARGAINS! HERE IS WHERE YOUR DOLLAR WORKS IT'S HEAD OFF. YOUR NICKLES ARE WORTH DIMES HERE. 1000 yards "Blue Banner" Best Dross Ginghams, all Spring '' styles 71-2 400 yards Good Apron Ginghams, all colbrs; per yard 5 Val. Linen and Torchon Laces, worth up to 15c; cholco per yard 3i Men's 25c Spring Underwear, at 19 LadleB' Spring Vests, all sizes, bleached; ...

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. — 13 March 1914

- 7 . DURANT f.f V J& IcVcffT fv" I" id &3 & OFFICIAL ncWSFAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN rfJKft i' . . r ". - WEEKLY News Hi 1 f 1 A W - - J-lx -, , j$ w V, r voiwxviti77 - BOUCHARD GETS, DAMA&& ShwI Katy for $g,006 for Personal Injuries and Gets Verdict for $750 Hurt Wnllo Working at Calera. Tho caso of B. Bouchard against tho M. K. & T. Ily. Co. for damage! in the sum of $2,000 for personal Injuries came up- in district courf this week tiad resulted in a verdict in tho sum of $750 for tho plaintiff. Tho plaintiff alleges that ho WAS employed by the Katy as section hand and was forking at Calera. Ho was 1b' tho act of putting a hand car n a shed, when his foot, slipped so ho says, and ho was thrown back--ward with great force, striking hla" back on an iron Jack", causing In juries that, will permanently disable him to a certain extent. Court has been busy all this woek on minor civil cases, and will prob ably be busy with the civil sotting until the end of nex...

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. — 13 March 1914

-MMnMUfn t THE bUltANT. WEEKLY NEWS I i i b i t D PRICE'S CREAM Baking Powder Received the highest award at Chicago World's Fair HARRISON SEEKS RK-KLKCTIOX Present County Treasurer Announc es Cnndldncy to Succeed Himself. , Efficiency in Office Ills Pledge. 4This newspaper Is nuthorlzed to announco tbo candidacy of George Harrison for the office of county treasurer of Bryan county, re-election, and Mr. Harrison's card will be found under our announcement column in this issue. When George Harrison announc ed his candidacy for the office of treasurer in 1912 ho promised the voters that he would do as much of the actual work of tho office as any of his deputies, and that ho would pay oat less money for clerk hire, thus working an economy for tho taipayors. , In this Mr. Harrison has organized the Night and Day bank, faithfully lived up to his pledge to and ho wns accused of defrauding the letter ns ho and his deputy havo nntl aged minor out of $35,000. Mc dono all tho work of tho offic...

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. — 13 March 1914

M--wr-n( THE DUEANT WEEKLY NEWS V 4& W COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS ItoRiilnf .Session, Mnrch 1014. . , Th lloartl of County Commissioners of Bryan County, Oklahoma, tnot lc regular session on Monday, March 2, 1914, at 9 o'clock; a. m. Members present: James Yarbrough, J. E. Pleasant, Gray nickels, 'Chairman, Henry McCroary, Clork. Proceedings of tho last regular session was read nd approved. Tho following officers reports wero approved: 1 J. M. Moore, Roglster of Deeds, Fees Collected ...$953.80 Henry McCroary, County Clork, Collected, . . . . . 19. CO W. A. Jones, District vClerk, Collected , ..116.20 Goo. Harrison, County Treasurer, Collectod, 12. CO Lacy Grimes, Clerk of County Court, Collected, , 7(58.90 Lib Hart, Sheriff Board of Prisoners. ' M. W. Yeats, Jail Physician. order for public roads. WhoreaB tho necessities of tho public demand it. ' Thorcforo, bo it ordered that tho following described lands In Bryan County, Oklahoma, bo designated and declared public roads and op...

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. — 13 March 1914

tijsx;ixi:v - THE DURANT WEEKLY HEWS N Durant. Weekly News' l!l ' ' Official Paper of Dryan County. Published ovcry Friday 'at, 114 '"N. Third Avonuo. Durant, Oklahoma, ill 'I . T I 1 1 ' ' . Entered as second class mall mat-, tor at tho postofflco at Durant, 'Ok lahoma, under Act of CofigYess of March 3rd, 1879. 13. M. EVANS, Editor nnd Publisher. ' it' I1 1 it TEItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, In advance,. I'. .' .'$1.00 Six Months, in;ndvatico, 50 ADVERTISING 11ATES and circu lation statement will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorized with out specified number of Insertions will be printed each issue until or dered discontinued by tho ndvertlsor. TJio publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement. ANNOUNCEMENTS. This paper is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of the persona whoso names appear below for 'this of fices named, subject to tho Democrat- lc primary, August 8th. 1914. , ;h' ' FOR SUEMFF, f t JOHN. A. PHILLIPS, 1...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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