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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 12 June 1914

e w l DURANT &l! , News -v. j a QVT101JLL1- 'Ki'WSPA.PKR OF THI OOUHTY t 11YAM T VOLUME XVta, PURAWT, OKLAHOMA -IfttlDAYt JUNE i, 1814, NUMBER 4. VVee EN ?VERED Oil . ylEAD 9,000 Feet by Driller at Work nowa to all old settlers of tho ter li.n ul a Half Mile. WTet Ot iF110 9mbPod .? lh,a cty to That Place.- 8mlo On Exhlfrk. At State National Bank. Oil has actually been scovered In Bryan county tho past week, mhnr, .Irlllaro vnrVHr on a leaSO " - f three and a half miles west of Mead n continuous operation there over found Qll In the slush that came out nce- &nl " """Jo a auccefes of his of their tost well at a depth of 200 Jhosi business that ot dry Boods feet and a bottle of the oil Is on oi-lf'" Bryan county land and tho par Hlblt at the State National Bank of . netting the poods have taken tho this place largo Bulk ot them to MHIIt. Toxan. The drilling is being financed by ' g, to d(" " tho ,0u,f' fMr: C. L. Tyleo of Okmulgco who Is put- Slcgel has been hero and remained ...

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 June 1914

w Tl K , -j. . " (fiir-f tr V THE DUUANT. WEEKLX-NEJf7S H lr-:- ' I ' "C :i ... I m i'ly i : .4 if . V - WT 'W5 ' ',': JJiwicsF --$w H if 5Morc wrw lipvpradft rr- auirement vim. vior. refreshment. M wholesomeness. q , 7? will satisfy you. JBL J Demand the genuine by full name fliEfQQSLaY L Mlctnatnei encourage substitution. -MKwvfctfili V THE COCA-COLA COMPANY iaBf ' ATLANTA, GA. lil Whenever you ee an Arrow think of Coca-Cola Dlt. OKAY BOUXD OVER. Bennington, Justice ITeld Simon Cochran's Slayer for Murder With out Ilond. May Sue Out Writ of Ilabcus Corpus in District Court. The examlninrr trial of Dr. J. S. Gray, charged with tho murder of Simeon Cochran, was held Friday before Justice J. H. Ellis at Benning ton. Tho state was represented by Walter J. Turnbull, county attorney, and Grey Moore, assistant, nnd the defendant by W. E. Utterback of Jur?nt and W. S, Murphy of, Ben nington, j, Tho hearlig developed tho fact that Simon Cochran, his wife, who Is now spventeon years of age,...

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 June 1914

THI DTJRANT W KMfHMVB; WI .wuttfvy9fijw;ffyJbmrfai?il CJrr - if ,' Ipr 4 ra rar - i 88' .ILUBt ., ABILITY, INTEGRITY AND COURAGE RESOLUTIONS BY THUS HK, Br'' nHEBil SMSi& ,1' MV Br iWra By :' JHFnjBH KkM& ' Ht. V Tjlf . .rlffi fJBB In 1013 whon tho 6 th Judicial District wan divided and tho 27th District created, Judge Hardy was assigned to the ,27th Dlatrlct by Act of the Legislature and moved to Hugo; at-whlch time ho Bar in Mar-j shall and Bryan counties the following "resolutions: ''We, tho '"undorslgnod members of tho Bar of Marshall County, Okla homa, realizing the sterling worth of Judgo Hardy, as a man, a citizen whoso endeavors have been for good, a true christian gentleman of exom plary habits, a man in sympathetic touch with tho masses ( and imbued with high Ideals ana purposos, a lawyer who ranks with tho Ixjst In Uio State, and a Judgo iof that poise, temperament anil power of analysis, coupled with h) understanding of conditions and human nature, which eminentl...

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 June 1914

THIS DURANT WJ5KKLY N?W8 I Dtjrant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County' Fabllshed ovWry Friday at 114 N, Third Avonuo, Durant, Oklahoma. Bntorad as second class mall mat tir at tho nostofflco at Durant. Ok tahoma, under Act of Congress of Karen 3rd, 1879. U. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Year, .in advanco, $1.00 Mx Months, In advance, i ... . ,50 ADVERTISING HATES and ctrcu taUon statement will- be furnished Keapoctlvo advertisers upon appllca tfea. Advertisements authorized with ut specified, number of insertions will bo printed each Issue until or dered discontinued by tho advortlsor. The publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement. AmOUSCEWiKTS, Tate paper Is authorized to an nounce tho , candidacy of the persons whoso Harney appear below for the of Beea named, subject to tho Democrat ic primary, August 4th, 1914. STATE INSURANCE COJOOSSION Ktt. A. L. WELCH, (ne-elcctlon.) WOIi SUPRESIE COURT JUSTICE. ROBERT M. RAINEY, Atoka, Okla. ' S...

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 June 1914

i wwiwinniii ijh THE DURANT WEEKLY ItEWS t- a Ss Cs JL u o o faun 11. 8SSS .t 79f rj r U CHARACTERS WEREREAL Harold M. Kramer, Novelist, Tells tf ;'Red Christ" and'Father Harrison." BOTH; tlVED IN HiS HOWIE ' TOWN IN INDIANA. WJ, Who "Wroto "Heart apd h Croat," "Tho Chrysalis" and "Th j BuaolJWay" Vj UcKiro'on Our .Chautauqua. Not long ago n friend was talking ta Harold Morton Kramer, ttio novelist, .who tfill lecture nt our Chautauqua on tlio second day, and took oceuslon to question tlio author regarding noine of tho cJjarnctcrs In hlri boolfs. "Aro any of your characters real tor iHrohll of tbcm created from tninglna ttlon?" was asked. "Just two of my characters nrd rait," was tho reply, "and both of thetu aro In piy first book. ''HqnrM nnd tbu Croas.' Today utniVf'thoni is lu tho asyjum for the Insane at Indianapolis HAROLD M. RftMER. and tho other is trying to secure a po sition With tlio k'Kl:iMttiu also In Iu. dlanapolls. "Pray, do not accuse iuu of trying to compare the two ...

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 June 1914

4i. tt -J. If TH DUr.ANT WKIKLY NJWl m.mmm -f 1 - '3 -J Sit t,',. r n . COUNT COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. REGULAR SESSION, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1014. The Hoard of County Commissioners pf Bryan County, Oklahoma, mot In regular session on Monday, Juno 1, 1914 at 3:00' o'clock, p. ra. Members present: Janles Yarbrough, Orny Nlckles, Chairman, Henry McCreary, Clerk, of the Board. Owing to sickness of Jns. Yarbrough and the absence o( J.'E. Pleas ant, the Chairman, declares a recess o ftho Board until Tuesday, June P., 1014, at 9 o'clock. a.m, .,,. The Board of County Commissioners of Bryan County, Ojkiahoma mot In regular session on Tuesday June 2, at Oo'clock, a. in. as per, recess of June 1, 1914. . ,- : i ' " Members present: Jas. Yarbrough, J. E, 'Pleasant, Gray '.Nlckols, Chairman, Henry McCreary, Clerk of the Board.- , j Proceedings of tho rocular May sosslon read and aDnroved. '. The first matter of business considered was the auditing of 'County :ers renorts Which worn nnnrnvoil n fo...

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 June 1914

itprrmft - twiL rus- THE DURANT WEEKLY HEWS ? 'I'l'Jf fcii05lflpp M i o m 1JI0 BUM&IEK RACE MEET JULY l,i Tho directors of tho'Bryrfn County valid loasea on the premises. Dlddora Agricultural and Live Stock astsocla- should satisfy themselves as to ex a. . . i .i... loiMiro oT leases. ..""."r? v? ""? preparations for the sumer raqo rreet nuiuu in ouuuuuiuu w uu ui-m jjmiu( July third and fourth, and with con- tinucd favorablo woather tho track will bo In tho boat shape over and sdrno good racing will bo tho result Tho oxact amount of tho promlums to bo offorod la not as yet announc ed, but Secretary .Downen advlso3 the Advortlsor that tho premiums will bo tho most liberal over offorod in a iiko oven in una socuon 01; me stato. In tho very neat futuro tho prom- iitm Hat rAviami. win hft citron nut to tho nubile. It Is oxpocted that a aumbor of horaeo from out of tWn and out of county will bo Ontorcd for tho races and somo classy ovonts are 10 oe oxpcciou. DUKANT GIRLH UNL GRADUAT...

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 June 1914

xmlnir " WMWT T 'i s THE DURAKTtWXXELT KIWI ate SATURDAY, JUNE 13th AV PERKINS BROS CO. On Third Avfcnue, Durant AmI 1 Otker Stores y We Buy It Fer Lets and Sell, Fw Lcm All Day Lm' On Third -Ayenue 1 i ' v . Justnote these few Specials for Saturday then come f rt l - pi .it .8. aozen j-m rine oneer waists 1. table 10c Voiles, Lawns, Bastistee, ,1 A bargain if you ever want one. 98c to $1.75 values and ;see the many hundreds of bargains offered from every department in thisftore. , ,' - -. , Apron Checks, Dimity and Nam sboks, Saturday only, yard 49c' 5c; ts ft - ft One Lot of Baby Slippers - 0 up to, 8, Saturday, choice. . . .39c In our a shoo section values from 60cto;.f 81 25 TaBle No., 4 in Main Isle Shoe Dept. Shoes worth $2.50 to $4.00, Satur day, choice, 90 palra 1 63 Public (Health Department , BY DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH An English physician for the past elovpn years has offored in connec tion with every vaccination showing four good ycslclos $250.00 If ...

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. — 19 June 1914

pjO Lis ..- Durant Weekly News s v OFFIOIJIL MIW8PAPIR OK THI COUNTY OF BJtYAK TvfW v " res1 x-' H(r K- vzt xnu. MERldSNS .. mnsFn ciiftpjt 3Tfct Au.,rtMt Are tit aqHlvAtant of wmI Abettfaic FmmmI 1r MwdAo A iriMr yn, ont, jm it. Tha Huerti. dltim to tha mtAi aUoa conference iMUed a irtetanMt Jut night ckAfslac that tka biatat eac by the United States on a Coa 'attuttenalist for the profMoaat Pres idency aa oppo d to a "aeutral" ynm "tanUmovmt to abetting and eremesctior.frad aad- v'latoaea at tka'alections." The pub1tcattonof thts statomnnt -was unexpected by the American del egates. Wha they learned of It Ihelr attitude wm that haj Huora delegate were aclnr entirely within their rights when thoy criticised tlio American plan for the eetabllahment of a provisional Government In ft -communication addressed to the .Americans themselves, hut they were greatly surprised by the Mex ican delegates' action. In giving; It out. The following Is the substance of the Mexican's statement: "The...

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. — 19 June 1914

lZz-Mj. o ia I tti, o o 'A' o o W'' '-b ','', THK DUJtAlT.T'WiBlXLY "1TIWS, .? V .' , ".'-., c $&xvalFti fa. -' K U.' .. ,1 . , In'-- r ' i lAJIfatisdrmk- yQ)omansDrink: $vertioJisj$n PREMIUM LIST IS ANNOUNCED J.Jbt" pi Ori.. rigorously goo rand keei delicious. Thirst- quenching and refreshing. A A m "Vfe ) lit y- , THE COCA-COLA (COMPANY Mi-r mly The national beverage rand yours. k&&? Demand the genuine-by full name v Nickname encourage ubtituu'on. .M'i'ri1 S Vltlevet . vou ice an Arrow tjiink of Coca-Cola. AN EDUCATOR OF ABILITY State "Superintendent Wilson Is So Recognized In All Quarters. ITas Served tho State Ono Tcrfil Ac-ceptably. creased Jltteon per cent In number and the efficiency has increased in greater proportion. This is demon strated by tho fact that all ot tho increased number ot teachers havo been of tho .first grado certificate) class and college graduates. Oklahoma canot afford to take a step backward educationally, and tho re-eJcction of Mr. Wilson gu...

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. — 19 June 1914

jr. m u i jew' jr KILLING At PLATTEB. Oscar Mitchell, Known As "Bad Mger" Snot In Baok by Joe ack- Omm Mitchell, a well ka3iW tro character litln near Flutter, "wm shot by Jo Jackson, another Tntgro Jteiurdsr afternoon, death - anltinc front the gunshot Sunder inornlng abont I e'elock. " Word to recelred here Saturday afternoon of the shootta end Sner- " Iff Bert and hia deputies' wsnt to the ItAMSEYltS CANDIDATE. Prominent Colbert Man, Member of BtMe Board of AarknUure W1U Again Try for the Legislature. This PMer baa been authorised to. announce that O, A. IUmssy, of Col bert, -will be a candidate for Repre ientatlre from Bryan county, sub eet to the action of the Democratle primary, August 4, 1914, r. Ram sty's card apnea In our announce ment eelumn this issue under the of the trouble, one mite fremtyJ? SIZVrr' - . --... ... Jackson, awatttng t MTrender. Ac-I tAtml ha,t a -ot1 yoteg He cording to wttaossss lUtdaell was thllt n CRme M rtw to u thwi that irorxing on ine ' ""-'J 1i c...

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. — 19 June 1914

swt ssr 'K'f'&&&l T ? :.. -'-V- c u T " THE DURANT WX1XLT NEWS Durant Weekly News Wflcial Papor ot Bryan County. IPaMlshed every Friday at 114 N. Tlrd Avenuo, Durant, Oklahoma. j - - JCeterod as second class mall mat tor at the postotjflco at tfurant, Ok ta&oma, under Act oi Congress ot March 3rd, 1870. T. ""- m. m. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. .f ,, ,, (JMOB OP SUBSCRIPTION. Year, In advance,. ...,$1.00 Mx Months, In advance...... .GO ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statement will be furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. , " c Advertisements authorized with out specified number of Insertions will bo priate each Issue until or dered discontinued by tho advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to reject ay advortisoment. . , ANNOUNCEaCEFTS. This paper is authorized to an nounce tho candidacy oi the persons whose names appear below tor tho of- flee named, subject to the Democrat ic primary, August 4th, 1914. BTATE INSmtANCK COMMISSION EH. A. L. WE...

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. — 19 June 1914

tr IS! DURANT WEEKLY NEW LL .' l ' Durant Ice Cream THE BEST MADE Durant Ice Cream Com'y Don't Neglect This fteglcetlng (roatmont of piles U simply Mowing tha condition', to became worso and Worse, and inviting greater troubles. Don't wait. You can relieve yourself of this distressing ailment by uslng MJIIC HUllMj timdcmamh Pile Remedy A scientifically prepared, med icated paste, 'in a collaplstble tube with nioanUfor proper uso; also tablets for lntornal use In Ramo packaged A .highly satis factory remedy which you cai uao ypurnolf. Endorsed by American Drug and Pi ess Aaso elation and guaranteed by ua. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. ' For bMq by CORNER imUG STORE. W. R, Collins, formerly district clerk for this county, now a rrIdont or Punda Qorda, Fin., Is a business visitor in tho cjty this weok. H. B. Deaton who has been prin cipal of the schools at Achlllo, for several years, hatfAeen appointed ofifce deputy, under1 Sheriff Hart. -Geo W. Stnallwood, a well known character around Ke...

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. — 19 June 1914

AMM JbT at. M MM MM 11 i TKJCAS-OItfcAHO!A bHAflUK SCHEDULE a Public Health Department J , - 1 1 r - Y DR. J. C. MAIin, STATK COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH " it ", At PavJs At Bonham At Denison At Dtirant 4 At Shermaa At Texarkana t- tA June 14 June 'i 4-2 5-2 July 1S-18-14 July lt-lf-17 An. 8-6.-7 - i July r4-8 Jr lt-IJ-J4 June 21-22-23 JUly 9-16-11 Aug. 14-18-16 July 24-16-1 Ahc. l--19 BONMAM e Q tVh I D '1 sioviwa riOTonR shows A HUAITII rROMiGM. Meat of the thoatro gulldlags Weed ler'Hiovlng pictures are chef store toh8 remodeled for the r-r pursue. Very often they aro without ade quate means for ventilation. It is .estimated that the air la ee of th-ee theatres will pww tkrough tho lungs of the pcoplo present from six te eight minutes. It is a well prove fact tkat con tact or close associativa k'a means for tho spread of colds another ln iectfous diseases. It is, also, a mat ter ot observation tkat tho various incident to the opening ot schooMn tho fall oa aeeennt e-t tho increased op...

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. — 19 June 1914

w wsw r;. o u - u "f" .O V TH'i DBRA1CT, WEEKLY IIW8 W sr i' w f as rj fv , r rr I u , .. -v- ',.- , " , -" ' ' '-; " ' , rri AWcs oMnterest to All . rj i (From Farm and' Ranch.) planted. 'In, tho event yoti wlnb to Cowpoas' should Ihs planted at' hV ow turnipa or spinach, preparo tho terVtsls of 10 deays of. twb'wfteks to land a.Bdon a-s tins potatoes are.har supply the taW"wltli green ps, Veted, but wait tjlt later In August Some varieties produce s ready- or early In September to sow-. It tho for. nie Mnmlfii ntte planttti! aWl I strong you might plant snap otharkare later. By nlantlnit pea Nbs or cowpeas and have, timo every week or two, fresh green. pens way be had till frost JMackeo i a good table variety and ulte tcrty; Lady, Crowder, Cm. WWpprrtiH and Clay and others ar used aa ta ble peac-o a.- IrlsH potatMa hbUM be ,epeeed' to the air and atm for several iMHirfl after they are du f left In the sn too long y are apt to sfetivel and rot spores'' d'evolop 'rapidly; .Let the p...

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. — 19 June 1914

-W Ml AA 4 Jt " r- ia kru-t ,?- 0 cLd u ulC G) Sv THIS DURAlfT WI1KLT KIWI ,-; teing to . CV-- Ja. ,? j u . .t- - Another sJVlef ehand 1 i . 4- I n I 1 SnOH DEPARTMENT SPECIALS. N Added t eiir ether special values for this selltag ue aomo special bar galas la feet-wear consisting o! sample ltttes, odd sizes and odd lots from this t spring's stock. OUt on tables with special price tkkel attacked. Nothing llko It for ywr; foot-wear. LADIES' SLIPPERS AT $1..63. lAbewt G5 pair ladlos' whlto buck "puWpa and oxfords, tan calf oxfords and strap pumps, brown suedo and gray euodo button oxfords, regular . f"-prices up to $3.50, all sizes In this ' lot, your choice this wook..Js,i G3 $1.05 OXFORDS AND rUMTS. . Tan calf and gun tnotal button nfid, iaco oxfords and open pumps, plain , kid pumps and oxfords, regular s $3.50 to 74.00 grades, most all sizes, special price 81)05 i. In keeping with our iron clad 'business' policy we are going to pass this price re- . duction right along to our thous...

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. — 26 June 1914

DlIRANT WEEKLY NEWS OF7I0IAL KIWIPAPIR CjJTHE COUNTY OF BRYAN voiajme xvbx DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FIUDAY, JUNE SK, 1914. KUMBStt M. BOUND OVER FOR ASSAUliT DU-AXD COMPANY STRIKES AGAIN. city sued CITY PUNT CLOSED DOWN FEDERAL REFUND OF TAXES. ABANDONED BABY FOUND Judge Hardy Advocates Legislation To Relrabarso Eastern Oklahoma Counties Wlioro Lots of Land is Exempto From Taxation. In advocating the refund to tho State of Oklahoma, by the Federal Company of Durant Men Bring in Their Third Well In Ilealton Oil Field. Prospecta ery Good. FOR $10,000 J M Three Cornered suits In Arrostb ed AVIUi Assault to Tli em Released. Matey Re , Cfoarff- - Ah a' result of a fight pulled near Matoy last Saturday afternoon "Wealoy Scalf and Georgo Stringer a couple of young men of thai com munity aro both under bond to ap Doar beforo the district court for trial on chargos of assault to kill. N. Fanning was the third young man chargod with assault but he was Toleased by Justice Apple at tho preliminary 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. — 26 June 1914

"-saWA."3frts:i.,yMin-i -&i,Z3miHVU""::.sfi Wiwaifcim ' THE DUBANT WEEKLY NEWS i( if Durant Weekly News Official Papor of Bryan County. Published every Friday at 114 N Third Avenue, Dusant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall, mat Ur at the postoffico at Durant, Ok lahoma, under Act of Congross of ilarch 3rd, 1870. M. M. EVANS, Editor and Publlshor. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. OHO Year, in OdvancO, J1.00 Sir Months, la advance, 60 ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statement will bo furnished f rospoctlvo advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorized with out specified number of insertions will be printed each issuo until or dered discontinued by tho advertiser. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement. AMfOUIf CEMENTS. This paper Is authorized to an nounce the candidacy of the persons whoso names appear below for the of fices named, subject to the 'Democrat ic primary, August 4th, 1914. STATE EfSUlf AXCI3 COJttnSSIOtf. Kit. A. L. WELCH, (Ro-olection...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 June 1914

-v THE DURAtfT WEEKLY NEWS J m THE ORPHEUM IN A CLASS BY IT'S SELF Kool Klean . Komfortable ALWAYS THE BEST PICTURES THE BEST OF MUSIC ALWAYS Admissios 5 aad 10 cest WORTH MORE MORE COTTON IN LESS TIME Host Method to Resist Invasion of Boll Weevil and to Jmprovo tlio Backward State of What lias Been a 'Sure-Crop" Industry. Washington, D. C, Juno 25. Tho nod of shortening tho growing son son of cotton has beon recognized as the best means for securing pro tection against injury from tho boll -woovll, and tho U. S. Department of Agriculture has been recommending a systom of cotton culture which alms to secure the production of omro cotton in a shorter period of lime. The system is also Important for regions where tho crop is limit ed by drought or by short seasons -as in tho northern districts and should help to remedy the backward -state of what has been considered In tho past a "sure-crop" industry. "Tho Dopartmetn'a Farmors' Bulletin (No. C01), entitled "A Now System of Cotton Cult...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 June 1914

-it 3ttvs32sz&mcmmmi S c o mer I? H p-jV'Wi 1 pj rjj ffj : s t I J K 1 a Men's Skoas 1 lot Men's Fine Shoes, the broken lines bunch ed on a table for quick I selling. Your choice $1.59 : &-x 1 lot of Ladies Slippers broken sizes, oiily vi.--; r-i &?' J iiS i--iC '."?' '. '- "--. AT MAX BROWN'S V- ' -..' I-'J ' :&, ''?--; 3i QOr 'l ij '--' A - k3 fc H3 I wL X isk 61 pi Rx jl w Will soon be heard in the Big Department Store mtmUmlwMmmmxaimKrmaMmnuirMnMjmniimitwrrri-rm'mwmm'tni im - mm-., huimiiihi imii h imii im TO RE-MODEL a o Modernize -the More IV Keep Pace- wilt ite; Times Ladies' Dress Skirts Just Received. An up-to-date line in all sizes. Regular $5.50 and $6.50 values. Come and see them ? v $2.98 AT MAX BROWNE i Ladies Dresses in all sizes, absolutely fast colors. Regular $1.50 values. Come and get. them for K . 98c AT WAX BROWN'S SALE t- . m vft,-ri 4 "- 4 rmmtj "tj4 &-: 'TILJ 15L J3t Ml TjI PWk NG DATE Staging a Stunt that will Jar Commercial 'Interests -i...

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