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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 13 March 1914

THE, DURANT WEEKLY NEWS H Ui 0 t.- W t "k 1 '4 ... The Latest Styles 7 ($sr&r'-W -.Wo. carry all..tho Jatost shades., cobra m itilar colorRaroWanBo- Shado Shutlo, our export trimmer, has Just returned from tho East whore sho purchased our entire illne ot Spring and Summor hats; COME IN AND THY ON OUK STYLISH HATS. Byfdblng so' you dq n6t obliga yourself to buy Wo nro always pleased when you calU Wo nlso carry a lull lino ot transforms tlona-nnd hair switches, - - n J J i 1 t U I i " J I ' . Morrison & Hilton ' " ' DliliA,NT?s""bTVljK SHOP. im.- local an, r;7 L tfbKSONAL !m- m ' In 1i ll'jf M Dr, B. L. Mead, of Acnlllo narrow ly escaped serious Injury last week while "returning from a' call, when ho was thrown out of his. buggy as It ran onto a largo stump, Ho was atunriod for' a tlmo.'bui continued on his wny. Tho Achtllo Press Is authority for tho statement that J. B.Wnlton of Caddo wlllisbortly opon a large" fuf AltuWAoro'ln Achlllo.OOO According to tho Trlbuno, almost eno...

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. — 13 March 1914

- i THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 4! TWO-THIRDS OF ALL THE FAMILIES IN OKLAHOMA USE THAT MEANS,, , VI TTf OTsTS TWICE AS MUCH . I UJVUIIU YUKONS BEST BEST FLOUR IS USED THAN ALL THE OTHERS. 'OALIiofn.HouHwn Know Dt.M 4U!0 ; - " : 5 I EVENTUALLY... . . I WHY NOT NOW? bee DR. MILLER, Dentist H Offkb over Guaranteed Slate Dank H !' tOEST) . , . T-.'J II If Public Health Department BY DR. J. C. MAHU, STATE COMMISSIONER OP HEALTH That tho public Bchoolsahould be iaro for children all will admit, but how many parents take tho Hmo to mako a personal investigation for tho purpose of ascertaining tho truth and learning for themselves that their children will be protected from dlseaso whllo they are at School. Parents havo tho right to Insist tjiat the public schools shall bo safe jflacea for their children. It has long been a recognized fact that tho public schools servo as a center of exchango for contagious diseases which pass from pupil to impll. This can bo prevented ir paronts will interest th...

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. — 13 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS fci '. . w e : KEEPING UP WITH UNCLE SAM IN TUB LAST TJHUTV-SKVUV YKAUS OP NATIO.VAI. lR(H.ItKSS, TIIR HKLIj TELKPHONK HAS 1'IiAYKD AN. IML'OUTANT TAUT. OUT OF TUB PUBLICS DEMAND FOK UNIVEIISAL SERVICE HAS OIIOWN THE HKM. SYSTEM, COVEKING THE ENTIUE COUNTRY WITH ONE GREAT INTERCOM MUNICATING SYSTEM. TODAY THERE ARE MORE THAN 7,500,000 TELE PHONES CONNECTED BY 14,000,000 MILES OP WIRE IN THE DELL SYSTEM, AND EVERY DAY THE SERVICE IS EXTENDED TO MEET THE EVER INCREASING NEED OP THE PEOPLE. Evory Boll Tolophono is a Long Distance Station. PIONEER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. DEPOT ORDER TO BE SIGNED. Corporation Cominlslon Advises TliAt Order "Vlll bo Mndo Soon ns Sitcclflcntlons Arrive. If the Oklahoma corporation car ries out its intentions, an order will bo made to tho Katy, Frisco and M. O. & G. within a short time, to be gin building a depot in Durant that will meet the demands of tho travel ling public. In a lettor to City At torney Kyle, Commissioner He...

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. — 13 March 1914

.vdrfc".rT. THE DURANT v7EJ3KxIiY .NE?tfS MSI i ti I Showing and the Newest and the Best Selections of Spring Wear ' 1 ,'.! - For Men, Women and-Childi Ready For Your Inspection m 'If 1 sfW VI JMAd JJKli HTIW iv,):? i UR JBNDRMOHS. Buying facilities were never exercised 16 better advantage than -for this Spring Season t V lll&l f Drill v'' ' "-. '! l n -mi -'i'-ii, ,-N.i -;.. ....n in'order to placefbefore our hosts of customers the newest goods, the "latest styles and . all at the low:', est prices: ' The 'size.oJE our stocks, the variety; of the styles shown; the desirability :",df itheVmerchahdise and the economy of our prices iplaee us this season far in advance of anything, we have heretofore attempted. "Come this j '.: " - $W J " vf't : i ut mum., i n f i . . i . : : n "week arid sharejfhe benefits of our merchandising service.; Wirst showing of new and; :$ti;a.(i'Y; Spring ,Dr(e$$, G.oods,, Wash Good's, mclies' Ready-to-wear, Men s Clothing, , Men s and Womens Spring Foot...

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. — 20 March 1914

H ."&&, '. , OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OP TJHE COUNTY OF BRYAN -3. w. Volumo XVIII. JT - ', DlIRANT WEEKLY NEWS Sm DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAV, MAItCIl 20, 1011. NUMREH 12. .3- .vr NEW OIL COMPANY. MOro Durant Men Organizo Company to Wotk for Oil in itio Famous Hoaldtoii Field "West of Ardinoro. Tho 1914 Oil Company, owning many valuable leases on oil land In tho famous Hoaldton (fold west of Ardmoro, was organized of Durant men this week, with the following of ficers: Dr. G. M. Rushing, Presl' dent; M. L. Roborts, Vice President; James E. Downen, Secretary-Treasurer. Tho board of directors com poses tho ottlcors, together with Dr. J. D. Smith and Lawronco LcG. Oth er stockholders aro R. E. Illghnote and A. W. Colo. Drilling will be in charge of Mr. Colo, an experienced oil driller. Those people own leases on land adjoining tho famous Bess Tucker woll which was brought In almost on the lino of tho company's holdings. CADDO MEN GET DAMAGES. In the district court on Saturday tho cases o...

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. — 20 March 1914

"X" T TZF2S. ";' '."rniL?flir?!l rT THE DtJRANT WEEKLY NEWS I Sixty Years the Standard BR; CREAM BAKING POWDffl A Cream off Tartar Powtfar Madt from Grapis NO ALUM -O. P. A11HOTT FOH COUNTY ATTOKNKV, Prominent Dnrnnt Iinwyer Seeks Of fice of County Prosecutor. To the Domocratlcvoters of Ilryan County: Aftor a careful consideration I have decided to nnnounco myself a3 a candidate for tlio otfico of Coun ty Attorney, Btibjcct to the action of of the Democratic Primary, on Aug ust 4. I did not decide to do this without first making an honest of fort to find out the sentiment of the people In regard to this office. After talking to tho people from ovory sec tion of tho county, and finding tho present condition to bo unsatisfac tory, I have decided to enter tho race. I made the race for this offlco in the last election, but at that timo it was the will of tho people that I should be only second in the race. I bowed submissively to the will of tho Seople and took my place in ranks f those...

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. — 20 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY' NEWS & Y i"jM PROFIT SHARING SALE On Hair Goods 18 in. 3 Stern Hair Switches for. ...-,'. $1.00 24 in. 3 Stem Hair Switches for $2.00 30 in. 3 Stem Hair Switches Extra Quality for $3.00 These I rices Will Prevail For Thirty Days Only. Seeour line of Novelty Hat Pins. "Vanity Veils" and a Complete tine of the Newest Creations in Spring Millinery. MISS QU1NCY MITCHELL At Haydens Dry Goodi Store Kriunrd Baxter 1'crry. Edward Baxter Terry tho world famous blind pianLt will appear In recital at tho First Christian church hero Friday night of this weol un der tho auspices of tho Perry Music dub of this city, In honor of whom tho club Is named, and of which Mr. Perry Is an honorary membor. DUKANT A MODKIW "ATHENS." Strategic Commercial t,nd Educa tional Center As Shown by Sec retary Powers of tho Chamber n't Commerce. (Front Southeastern Gazette.) Tho twentieth contury U an' ago of specialists, and this applies to communities as well as to individ uals. Tho professio...

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. — 20 March 1914

' MMMMiiMmaMmwM O THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS p ?jm&in . u, SPRING MILLINERY , Thnt Will Kxelto DoMro Among I'lisliinimhl) ConwrmI AVoiiioh. Enchnntlng and beautlfular tho lints to bd' peon In our patlorn this Season. , i, Harmonious coloring, dainty liltlo flowers nnd Pom-pons of Oh trlcli, ornaments or Jqtf B0W3 or Ribbon; all placed "Just so" by cpert flngors of Chicago umlNew York's best stylo orlglnatora employed In designing tailored nnd dress hats beautiful for our parlors. r Special attention Is Invited to our. showing of Dutch' nnd Poke Bonnets for children. , Mrs. Jenriie C Love 215 W. Main St. N.ext Door to Graa & Trimble rin--- Y7Htt IVTmi-pi loses one of its greatest mombors, LJUIdUX. W eeKly lNeWS,flno of its Intellectual giants. For Official Paper of Bryan County. Published evory Friday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat tcr nt the postoffico at Durant. Ok' lahoma, under Act of Congress ofl March 3rd, 1879. E. M. EVANS, Edito...

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. — 20 March 1914

L u e THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS LOCAL AND PERSONAL DOINGS THE BLACK ( ICOMI-A BfilCMtRWuiMAKfi Vff 4 rr f b -i A glgnntic tidal wavo struck tho towns of Stanltza and Achtyrsknja fii Russia, Saturday drowning about 1200 pooplo nnd washing away hun dreds of 'hpuscs, nnd devastating an especially fertllo farming country. Harry K. Tbnw, slayer of Stanford Whlto, WI1O10 murder trial created a sensation over two continents, has nddrcssed n communication to , tho pooplo of New York stato asking them to liavo proceedings against him stopped. Ho bad been -confined nt Matteawnn, an asylum for tho criminal lnfnne, but escaped, nnd the proceedings seek to return him. j Ex-Sheriff Clipper Hamilton was ' in from near Calera last Saturday on business. Jim Tcnguo was attending bust ncss hero from Wade Monday of this week. f County Commissioner J. E. Plcaa nnt was In from Kemp Monday at tending to private business matters. G. B. Morris, A. N. Leecraft and Dr. W. H. McCarley woro up from Colbert Inst Sa...

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. — 20 March 1914

G THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS TAKES ALL THE "AKE" OUT OF BAKE YUKON'S BEST FLOUR ASK YOUR ", I'UllMC IIKAITlt DUl'AUTHTNl1. (IJy Dr. J. C Maltr.) A mouth broather Is frequently a child itufforing from ndonblds and this can most rroquontly bo detected when the, child Is OjSleop. Mouth 1-rc-nthhiK will show with tho child nslrfp, h'-forp i ho rlillit' nvftiUo loses power to accommodate his effort to tho task. Another Indication that points to adenoids Is tho earache. Children breathe through tho mouth not becauso they like to, not because they have drifted Into bad habits, not because their pureuts did. not because tho human rnco Is dotor-1 " will ho highly desirable, It you lnratlng, but becauso their nose Is ftro to increase the number of swjno slopped up, becauso they must. Tho kent on yur farm to plant early mouth breather Is not only always Brazing crops such as oats, rye, bar taking unriltered dirt germs Into his le. P. etc- to maintain them un Hystom, but is always In tho condl-, su...

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. — 20 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY, NEWS b ' KEEPING UP WITH UNCLE SAM IN THE LAST TIIIRTY-SEVHV YEARS OF NATIONAL I'llOGItESS, TUB DELL TELEPHONE HAS PLAYED AN IMPORTANT l'ART. OUT OF THE PUBLICS SIC MAN!) FOR UNIVERSAL SERVICE HAS GROWN THE BELL SYSTEM, COVERING THE ENTIRE COUNTRY WITH ONE GREAT INTERCOM MUNICATING SYSTEM. ' ' TODAY THERE ARE MORE THAN 7,500,000 TELE PHONES CONNECTED BY 11,000,000 MILES OF WIRE IN THE BELL SYSTEM, AND EVERY DAY THE SERVICE IS EXTENDED TO MEET THE EVER INCREASING NEED OF TnE PEOPLE. Every Boll Telephone ia a Long Dlstahco Station. PIONEER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. POSTOFFICE SITE UNSETTLED. , II. Fleming, Inspector of Slto or tho Treasury Dept., Was Here Saturday nnil Examined Locations Offered. No Report Yet. J. H. Fleming, apccl.il Inspector ot postoffico sites for the treasury department, left hero Monday- for Salt Lake City, Utah, where he will make examinations of sites In that city. Mr. Fleming has completed tho work of examining sites In Okla homa, Durant ...

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. — 20 March 1914

.. -.WoJ Mlu.1 .. J., . 8 THE DUEAKT WEUKLY NEWS Showing and the Jt fl t V. j yCrt m 'A'; ,f!IlJr?'-Mrii'l?'.T',7if fJt'V Newest and the Best Selections of Spring Wear For Men, Women and Children, Are Now Ready For Your Inspection wtpP Sk 0 m UR ENORMOUS Buying facilities werejriever exercised to better advantage than for this Spring Season in order to place before our hosts of customers the newest goods, the latest- styles and all at the low- est prices. The size of our stocks, the variety of the styles shown, the desirability of the merchandise and the economy of our' prices place us this season far in-advance of anything we have heretofore attempted. . Come this week and share the benefits of our merchandising service. First showing of nsw and attractive Spring Dress Goods, s -aim Wash Goods, Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Men's Clothing, MenVand Women's Spring Footwear, Dry Goods, Novelties, Notions. SPRING WAISTS AT 08c. Choice of nearly ono dozen stylos ot new Spring Walata of Vollo, ...

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. — 27 March 1914

I v? Durant Weekly News " OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN r i v Hi ',? Volttmo XVIII. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, 'FRIDAY, MVHCH27, 1014. NUMBER 13. STATE PLANS TO SUNK COAT. ?. . K .Frisco Farm Demonstration Depart ment Will FRthcr 1'rojcct to Pro duco Flno Farm Products Seeds Ih Bryan County. N. T. McAllster of Ada, (arm dem onstration agent for tho F"rlsco Itnll way Company, was hero Wednesday looking aftor the Frisco's throo dom onstratlon farms In this county, and reports that tho throo men who tiavo mado contracts with tho company to farm parcols of land according to scientific methods, aro carrying out Oelr part of tho program to porfec jn, and that astounding results may bo expected. Tho throo people with whom Mr. McAlestor has con tracted and who aro conducting dem onstration farms aro Green Thomp son, Sam Itoss and J. B. Brown. Tho Ftisco has such demonstra tion farms In orory county thru -which Its linos pass, and tests show that whoro their scientific methods -are follow...

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 March 1914

( THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS X ' 13 PRICES CREAM BaMngPowder Is a protection and guarantee against alum which is found in the low priced baking povders. To be on the cafe side "when buying baking powder, examine the label and take only a brand shown to be made from Cream of Tartar. KOBERTSOX IS GRILLED. G. A. Smith, Former Ft lend of Gub ernatorial Candidate Charged That Robertson Wroti Letter to Attor ney General Signing Smith's Xnnie A sorious mix-up In Democratic circle of Lincoln county, homo ot Judge J. B. A. Robertson, candidates for governor, has occured owing to a break betweon Mr. Robertson and bis former friend and campaign man ager, G. A. Smith of Chandler, pub lisher of the Chandler Tribune, the most startling development of which has been Smith's accusation that Robertson himself wrote a letter to the attorney genernl of the United States endorsing himself for a po sition as federal district attorney, which letter purported to have come from tlfo hand of G. A. Smith, pres i...

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 March 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS y"" ItO.OOO I1ALKH IN UUVAN CO. Al'IllL. VVTE IrUR Fm IE. HERRING AND REDUCTION OF TAXES i : &. -tMS Assuming the reduction of taxes to be the most important busi ness the voters of Oklahoma have to consider before choosing their next governor, the question of, second importance ist What man is best fitted by experience and temperament to bring it about? It is reasonable to suppose that a man with a long record of business success back of him, a man who has evinced a genius for eliminating the waste and the lost energy of business, would be the best material to put on the job of reducing the unnecessary expense of state government Mr. F. E. Herring of Elk City believed, that the voter? of Oklahoma have come to see that the state most urgently needs above everything else, the best government at the least cost to taxpayers. The great hue and cry by the people of thrl fetate and other states is for the conduct of public offices upon a business basis. Business...

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 March 1914

Tr r A THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS x i jr e If M : Durant Weekly Nevs &t J3Ti OKlcIal Paper of Bryan Coilnty.' Published every Friday ntlgT.N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma, Entorcd as second class mall' mat ter at the postotflco at Durant, Ok. latioma, under Act of Congress or March 3rd, 1879. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. 1 "0i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t , One Year, in advance, $1.00 EIx Months, in advance, .60 ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statement will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorized with out specified number of insertions will bo printed each Issue until or dered discontinued by the advertiser. The publlshor reserves tho right to reject any advertisement. AXKOUA'CMIEKtS. This paper is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of tho persons whos,e names appear below for the of fices named, subject to the Democrat ic primary, August 8th, 1914. ' FOB SHERIFF, , JOHN A. PHILLIPS, ' ' Caddo, Okla. JAS. YARBROUGH, Durant, Okla. ...

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 March 1914

tf-1 THIS DURANT WEEKLY NEWS CLOSING OUT J JLi Hi HMMO! ktW ttf w iff1 Our Entire Stock to Go at Absolute Cost Cash we nee dand m Cash we must have. A very rare opportunity to buy your spring supply. We otter you the following quotations: rmmmmmmmmmm 21 lbs granulated sugar for 1,00 COFFEE. Hod Fox, 1 lb pkg.,. . . 206 Arbucklo, 1 lb pkg.,,v 221-2p American Jack, 4 lb can, Q06 Comet Steel Cut,.l lb 276 African Java, bulk, per lb.,. , , .306' Pea Berry, bulk, . .'. 221-2c Santos flat bean, from 15 to . .20' CEREALS. Ornpo Nuts, per pkg., 121-2d Cream of Wheat, per pkg 156 Post Toastles, largo pkg. 126 Post Toastles, small pkg Q6 Postum, 1 lb pkg,, 206 Corn Puffs, 1 lb pkg.,! 76 National Oats, tubes, 106 Comet Rico, por lb grj STARCH, SOAP, ETC., Faultless Starch, por pkg 7$ Star Naptha, per pkg , . . .46 Borax Washing Compound, per '' pkg., ......... 46 J3aglo Lye, per can .G6 Giant Lye, per can, Q Gold Dust, largo size, per pkg., 206' Fairy Soap, per bar, . . . . ilt Ivory Soap, por...

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 March 1914

r-. ry m1 - -ii ifffc S3C .J. i.-.f- tvv i C.) THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS V l V V V '- ,! I'.' ' y-r. ,,. ' i-1 Tlir picture o( mifh to roil You will find it (AMT) YUKON Mia I SRAJN UJ YUKON, Reduction on Shade Trees This is the season of the year to beautify your homo by planting shade' trees and shrubbery. Nothing adds to the appearance of the home llko plenty of shade trees and shrubbery, and the increase in the market valuo of the homo so improved is many times more than tho cost of the trees and their care. In order to encourage the beautlflcation of the homo, wo will for a period of thirty days only, sell any tree or shrub In our stock at a reduction of 25 PER GENT FROM RETAIL PRICE LIST This is an opportunity you cannot well afford to miss and one jou will regret if you pass up. Write or phone us today, bo fore you forget it and let us talk it over. , If you don't get in on this wo both lose. Durant Nursery Company DURANT, OKLAHOMA 3IKAL.T11 DP.PAKTMUNT. (Dy Dr. J. C. Mahr.) Ther...

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 March 1914

THE DURANf WEEKLY NEWS wSK i ,-Sr- JZ IssSE 'TPT ! I II I IMM ". ,2, . Li m -" Reach the World by the Bell System IN THESE DAYS OP KNMGHTKNMENT, EACH PROGRESSIVE COM MUNITY WELCOMES UVKKV MEANS OK COMMUNICATION WITH ITS NKIGHUOIIH. TIIKMOAT, TUKDItAW-iminOKANI) THE OUTER-WALL OK HIS TOKY HAVE 1IEEN SWKl'T AWAY AXI) REPLACED 11V HIGHWAYS AND RAILROADS EXTENDING IN KERY DIItECTION. THE HELL TEIAUUIONE SYSTEM IB THE GREATEST NKIGHIIOIl MAKEIt. IT NOT ONIA' PROMOTER SOCIAL AND DL'SINESS 1NTER COUHSE IN EACH COMMUNITY, HIT EXTENDS THAT ACTIVITY PAH 11EYOND ITS HOHDEHS. ; CITY BOUNDARIES AND STATE LINES AKE NO HAHIUEHS TO IN TERCOMMUNICATION IN THE HELL SYSTEM, WHICH INCLUDES MOKE THAN 7,1100,000 TELEPHONES, EACH ONE A LONG DISTANCE STATION, AND OVER 12,000,000 MILKS OK TELEPHONE HIGHWAYS REACHING OVEU 70,000 COMMUNITIES. Every Boll Telephone Is a Long Distance Station. u PIONEER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. WASHINGTON NEWS. (Dy R. D. Elkin.) Washington, D. C, March "5. Senator GoVo has In...

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. — 27 March 1914

8 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS -N tiRQn?n HHBlflHF JWf PJ Wp !Sftfcii3C'''HMPrf-i- -3pf-'rfiHtl 'tfiflflfliBSiHpHBH fiilBBWyBWWWWMWWWBMHWMwwwMwwwi gAJUjJlr .I,, mm .7Hnmkm PUtij r-JllslHIHlllH iflBflB&NHBHiBMH HOLLAND KILLED uy OFFICER, Continued from Pago One.) small of the back under the shout- der. After mortally wounded hlm- self, Holland fired his pistol several I times, inflicting tho wounds upon tho two officers. The story of tho affair as told to a News reporter Is substantially a follows: Two younger brothers of Holland's had been drinking and had been quarreling among themselves and swearing loudly and In general disturbing the peace. City Police man. Klersoy had gono down to tho barn and told tho boys they would have to cut out the racket as there was n banquet on at the hotel just across the street, and as such con duct was anyway not desirable. The boys seemed to resent tho officer's remarks, but mado no hostile move. It stfinH that nt some time previous Klersey and Edgar...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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