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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 31 July 1914

It? c ? Ruth D. Clement,, of Oklahoma City, one of the numerous candidates rj for Commissioner of Charities and Corrections, was visiting In tho city this Week, ,, Honorable Itolert F. Ralney and Senator T. F. MemMtnglerf etfuVtoka, Vere in the city thl Weejt in t&e in terest, of their respective campaigns tor Justice of the Supreme Court and State Senator, "Miss Jessie Elklns has. . returned iromtan extohe4 VAi'lt 4tHl relatives lind friends near Point, Texas. UdjgeSummers Ha.rdy, of Hugo, one of the candidates for Justice of the Supreme Court' was In .the city. the end of ,th weekln thet interest' of his campaign. ' S. O. Childress from platter was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. Childress reportsthat cotton la look ing very fine In the Platter country but .that corn is a little slim. K. A. Duncan was In tho city from Silo Tuesday and paid tho News a pleasant call. Vote for Walter J.. TurabttH, fer county attorney, (re-electlsa) He has made good and has prosecuted mo Tioi...

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. — 31 July 1914

TXX DURANT W1IJCIT HJBfr - u - waaMRBi Cs T i43JH Mi I MM THK DUJtAKT W11XLT JflWl li w- K ' EMPLOYEES SHALL NOT CONTRIBUTE FHANK GAULT REFUSES PROFFER OF TIME AND MONEV FROM EMPLOYE. TIME BELOHGS TO THE STATE Salary t0 Individual and Family, "H "iT.oo Much It Can be Ret' ueed"-fF,ank M. Qault. Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AMD RANCH-HOtLAND'S MAGAZINE means to attend the regular courses at tho college, practical short course in agriculture and homo management specially adapted to their districts.! These coursos which will contain flf teen to twenty lectures and will con sumo five or more weeks, can bo ar ranged to suit the spare time and convenience of each group of people, Tho courses to bo offered at first Thoro Is a general are poultry raising, fruit growing, soil among tho consumers that many of cheese manufacturing, dairying, but- their local grocors and merchants ter making, and farm bookkeeping: have a tendency to substitute .when and for the women especially, are ...

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. — 31 July 1914

L-, . $ TKI DUKAKT WXXXLt NKWS P Ceeyrlghted ! J IGiitting the Delivery Cost mi1 to One-third By A, M. B urroughs ? '''An -organizer 1b bettor than a .hard workerf tho man who wastes time uver small things, has Ifttlo tlmo to look aftor big things," A live retailor In tho suburbs of "Boston found himself maintaining ailno delivery wagons. Ho could not afford that. It was eating up his profits. It was a big "drag on a Uttlo 'business. Ho sot about to investigate tho modern methods of delivery. Ho cut the numbor of wagons to four by solving his problems this way: ' A card was prepared and sent out to all of his customers explaining to them that by systomlzlng his de livery ho had cut the oxponso of, soil ing goods. A cut In the expenses meant small er prices, a saving of money, to the customers. Tho delivery territory was divided into four districts and the numbor of deliveries was cut to two a day. Each customer received a card with her name written In, giving tho hours of delivory f...

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. — 31 July 1914

"I.T kflSWJI O i. V 3 l v ' -v It '. Til DUAKT WIXKLY JT1WI r 1J f u t " ') r,g & M m 11 1 o 1 w !" Y, t NEWS OF THE Major JaWes D. Illcnardson, SoV1 vereign Grand Commando of the Southern Jurisdiction Scottish tUto Masons, died at his homo in Nii3l ville Tennessee, at the age ot seV enty-four years. j lWv The first report of the receivers for tho H. D.'Claflln Company of New York, -which was thronwu into bartkruptqy a fo wwooks agO) shows aBaets of $8,034,100 In excess of the labilities. This was heralded as tho largest commercial falluro in the history of the United States. Ex-President Theodore Uoosevolt of the 'United States has been sued for 50 thousand dollars for libel bv Witt. Barnes, Jr., who Is tho heatf of 'thg New York Republican Ma chine. ' The suit la based upon a speech In which Mr. Iloosevclt at tacked Mr. Barnes. Dr. M. Charlotte Schaefer, of tho Medical College of Texas, identified the body of the woman found on the beach front at Galveston with a bul let hole ...

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. — 7 August 1914

mmm WEE ELY ."' OTTIPIAL OOUlfTY Of B iji. tmmtmm v yi .BkL1 jm tl vkv ' XI1 7 vKft 1 " ii 11 'idp 111 1 ' i 1 11 - - - .umSlmMlmai rjmu.. VIWIPAP1R or TH prw r. I ammBmaemamsa W9RLD FACES ITS ' mkim WAR I'rwent Baroweim iM-feZ '"W R tin, grow re, mm4 1h, .Otio woe, wkii uorwiafi?, v ',, ---"- -- . uu fwfu. . ,- - , - - . Vi, The entire continent of Europe k "now la the mldet et-iwhat wHl M-l -doubtodly be the greater! war the world mm erer eeea and, H. eeW .parioon with whJch the eonnueoW of lapo!eo and the American CWl 'War will atafc late instgnlffcaoe. ' The trouble started who, rmmedl4 iMraHw the Balkan War, Aaotria attempted ite aaaex ienrhi' one ot the , little Balkan- staCee adjoining it on. the south. There are trip! J alttahces existing hi Europe, with Russia, prance and Vnglaad, making up oho r them, and Austria, Oennany" find Italy oa the other. When Austria started the rumpus ovor Sorvla, Rus ata butted la, and Germany immedi ately took- aides w,llh Austria, anl German ...

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. — 7 August 1914

..-. ... ii.i I 03 i fp y -1 TSX DUKAKT W1IKLY KXWI O-l f3 'V i- i i! P I! Mi t 1 Sip by sip here's pure A M enjoyment cool com- M fort a satisfied thirst 1 a contented palate. m Bk Demand the genuine by full name Jm BV Nicknames encourage substitution. Mt W THE COCA-COLA COMPANY J Whenever you see an .Arrow think of Coca-Cola BRYAN COUNTY VALUATIONS $14,619,633 '.Exceeds Tax Levy by Third of a Million Dollars. Tax Lory to be Consedcrablo Less. Coupty McCreary on Thursday ire elved from the Sate Board of Equal izatlon the equalized valuo of Bryan county which totals the su mof $ 14, 19,633, a little more than a third of a million dollars greater than the valuations for the year 1913. The general county levy for the 1914 taxes was made Thursday and which will be thirty-eight cents per hundred dollars of the assessed val uation with an additional levy for common schools of nine and eight tenths cents per hundred dollars. This makes the total levy for county purposes 47 8-10 cents per ...

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. — 7 August 1914

,THE D.TTJRANT WEE-XLY K3EWS W sws A t NEW LAW HELPS THE INDIANS Measure Curries $11,800,000 for In titan Education. Commissioner Cato Sells Kxpljilrm it, cCsto Soils, commissioner of tn dlan affairs has iriade the" following statement concerning Ike Indian ap propriation bill which baa just focon puated' by Conrrois, which carriers an appropriation In thfe amoiliit of 131,806,000, $1,600,000 of this sum being appropriated from the Indian funds. "The Indian Committee in Con i is, with the toil oration of t. Qdlan Bureau, have la this bill worked out constructive legislation for tke Indiana of the country along progressive lines. -For example, for the first time In the history of the government there has boen appro priated a large amount for the Im provement of the health conditions of the Indians and providing hospit al facilities for them. Three hundred' thousand dollars Is necessary for -purpose, 100 thousand dollars of which will be used for the construc tion of hoepitals at a co...

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. — 7 August 1914

-r it o THE DUEAtTWllKLT Wl-Wf' ntleial Paper.,ef Drym County ' - - ' . . T b , Dtrnf 'XXalrlv IMmio somo folkB nnd -"thara out. j-rurant. w,eeKiy icws tc- 1Ho falmply prlnts hi tho news '!" 'Hio can flatf. Some people; ! 1Bl' 'about sufehnhjSg.8 nndxottie,ai ,,! , . , ., . .An.jlltor should not .bo-expoctedL to. roMehed eyery Friday at 114 N. "know tho" hariies and resfdoncea" cT ThtoaViAyeaue, Durant, Oklahema. ,alI yqur uucjkwl, ftunt8 Bnd U8jnSf """ 3""1 -' even if ho di-ould boo thotn got a Metered as .second as'Mtl Wat- and off thenr'ain't Toll us about Itl ri at the pSatyrfice at Durant. ,Ok- u te. now8 that makes a newspaper aSl'!1rSn 1 tMAct I ' ,Crww ef and every ma", woman, and child start 3rd. 187,9. J , ,tygnn b(j nn fifrkto odtor lf th,y r ' .' -, nj.t . ' v.. . w!u- Never apeiaglae when you give S ' HVANdltor and Publisher. -tn'ta bit or heWe the oditot far If . . . ' . ithoro lives onejwt.dsd that he-As TBRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, lost appreciation "far such favors' 1m Ye...

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. — 7 August 1914

a 0 rf .&. i CL- 1I DU1AKT WIIKLT IIWI, (f v. 'X J' CT" TEXANS PROUD OF. i THEIR ST ATE FAIR , -ft Different, Policy Be Trip Pursued by Management Thi Year. 1 mm IN PREMIUMS. ' 'll'l I ,-llt'' 1. -' . Iture That Stand Fer nW In Rei riMfen imefn BaVsstisn'Q'nly Ar CsnsHrsrselJ Datlas. -Go to Fair Park anil you mm m impressed with the rjiatr nftudo of the work now finder Way n preparation for tho twenty ninth annual meeting or the state Fh" of' Texas, which begins Sat urday. Oct. 17. fend continues sixteen feysv You will nee that thn "Different' Fair" policy of tho ,-managomo- this year Is being carried out in every detail. Yo will find that tho dcadwood stuff of provloUsyears has been ellmlnateit nnd In Its place the very Infest In feature that aland for recreation, and for 4h . cation Installed. Texans are proud of their Statu Pair and they have a right to he. No other institution In America in ho splendidly .quipped In grounds and permanent wildings or In conveniences Unit add ...

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. — 7 August 1914

Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-ltOtLAND'S MAGAZINE The southwest Is a small town aectton, Now Orleans, La., being the .only town of more than ono, hundred thousand population according to the federal census1 of 1910. ; There are but few Southwestern cities large enough to attract .pat ronage from a distance, practically all of tho sniallor towns;and villages depending upon local trado for their existence and growth. If we want this town to grow, and the country around it to develop, we must patronize oui local merchnn dlse establishments. Our merchants hero can handle Identically the same brand of goods to be found lb. tho big city stores at identically the samo prices. People bringing money into this territory for investment purposes as well as people Becking, employment, are naturally attracted to live-town communities and it is safe to say that homo trading is essential for a live community. Wo very often hear it said that: "Blaik town will never be any larg er...

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. — 7 August 1914

o 0 TXl DtJKApT WXIKL?02flWl .it d iky I m 7Cofyrlgfile4 ,. - !. , Accounting By A. M. B "Tho sort of a man the, banks says No to Is the man who does not know all tho fads about his business," System. Henry Johnson was a small gro cer whoso Specialty was fresh eggs and good butter. Ills trade Increased under the slim ulus of right methods and now clerks were employed, Finally his buslnosa reached a point whore much larger quarters and better facilities were accessary. He kept his own books consisting of a day book and a ledger and did Sot aeo tho need for nnythlng more. Tho tlmo came, however, when moro credit was noodod to meet the demands of his increasod business. He went to the bank toaeek tho ac commodation. The banker asked him for a state Mont of his affairs. Of course he was unable to giro a satisfactory statement and the loan was defer red. Thin was rather a rude awakening to tho necessities of business. He took the banker's advico and called In an auditor. Tho auditor told...

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. — 7 August 1914

HB D01AKI -TtktlT KIWI i ' " Official Vote Bryan County at the Primary, August 4, 1914 r. .sn"v TOll COUNTtfiJUDOE '1- 'Snm H, KyiB- .lf,, ..'.;'. i' .... 56 J. X.., Ranted, 'J. . . .VtJ ; A ... j-.' . 14 Bl'l2 -..5 31 185 52 Lewis Pa'SHln .... ...'?... :'.... 46 115,18M05 BG 45"az2, ,42 1 TOK COUNTY TTdiRNEY, - W(tnr' 't, Vut-mkll P ' .'A i ""1 . fti.f ,..', ' ' '. -... s..? ffilS BfiIJ 48 20 48 83 l, 47 H.J ?'i, l. 90' 1M ''14 117 5$ 40 '48 IB' M. "....'... tlt78 I -. rfWa L ir- " ',.-( . . ,.!". t ' - (! - JVW WW "" lLVW Cks. P. Abbett, . . , . . , . . ; .'. . 58 125 178;il 40 38 :i7,g ; 55 " Oh. A. Mawler, '. ..!. i 12 ,15, ;ftlfr- ' 6 , A&Ms 23 24iitSvlS 65 ID 2i 4 43 4,?4t 39 18 58 2S 42 M'H'U 85 81 21181,92 45 1Z 18 3 13...... ,3714 o.. ,:s; flfsf:. 5 'WAi Ti ' s ,. MMTt'l.-... 4 11 1 i.'.rr i. 1.1. 1. 'I ..... 181 r,OR COURT Cf.RRK ' '" 'tCfc-r iW i-,ft -. - -"t;tj. " il-'::. -, T x 2884 ,.;:; .. ..ytfg j I Hi I 1 IS: J I ktlrtrs 1 ill gJJ 1 .11 9,H Art li 'I hi 1. JJdLl...

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. — 14 August 1914

.rf v DURANT WEEKXT NEWS t , ft orrioiAL KJSW3?APIR OT T:II otJfcY Of BKYAM y VOLUMt XVDX DURANT, OKLAHOMA, KFRIDAY, AUGUST 14, itl4; ssass-Esass-eai WUMRER 88. fjjL J'T . , , '!.'' fa 3 : . .. xti -V tfc . i lUROP' WAR DEVEuVJNTS 7SIafpel;s In the Great (V .Every Day uus week. is jw. .Mflj Declare War Against Ah. y21 ;The following are condensed re tpertaoi? the happenings df the great 4 European war lor every day this "week. Saturday Parle reported that the French rtroopa had entered Muelhausen,, Al sace Lorraine, an independent Ger rinaa stronghold, and that the occu' .pled the Tillage of Altklrch In Alsace .'sear the Swiss frontier. British troops landed at Ostend, 'Callas and Dunkirk. 20,00 crossed the channel to Belgium and France. London rocrultlng offices besieg es with volunteers. Numbers of Germans have been ar rested In England on suspicion of spying. .; .Portugal decided to act as ally of Oreat Brltian under the torms of an old' treaty by which she must supply 19 thousan...

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. — 14 August 1914

3. 'i r W - h T1 THI jjpUlTT, o I"!' 4 tT- o !H ' ..Q irt'"lfc il 'v' jbbt 'tr' jS jJ&itiBK Kr m 'M iBtmiv-.- J irm'Mi.MJr-:.. K (BBW Haf UKriv V Ib Br BW it answer sje very beverage re- 1 quirement vim, vigor, refreshment; '''' '' M . t;nl '' 1o 1"'-' ,'U' "i K 3i.'' fBB' I .' 'M . ,J5 .r . .Iftfl I. "" '' ' ' r .a - '. ' A-r.i-jt i ! ' '' w Ml' Xfemaad thegtnulncjbyTull'fuiii'e-i flHHHIF ' , , XltJtomeacqviniiubtltntlon. flMsMw " k THE COCA-COIiA; fcOMPPANY' . "' Hf- rrovrthlnli WJJdK: ' r coca-cot. HIHHV ' 4 pr i, ii 1 - - -i ' . 5 RETURNS FOR IS COMPLETE official returns from Brayn county oh 'state cahdldateel ' .tot.'':' . tab doyernbr' '' '' '' : ' ' ' BobertrIi'3Vhliams; i l.J.'ztiii ssr--ri:; '"",l?a , ...,....,. ... . . ... . . 3b3 ' West, .:. Dunlop, . Herrfn,,. .:.;... 201 r-.'i-v viav-, r i '. 4?2 T 'W.frl.Vnf,'' iftfVt f y.. vny pp "nivy ",( ; - n ,jo,i rflp .lAmaB.n, n... Mn M Barbour, y;l'iiu t'm. ;fi. '4i0'' Hps,ij;'j . jv . . rt,ti'TjV"i4T(" DftflJ ..V..'i'. iVr...

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. — 14 August 1914

iin V a & THX DUfcAHT WIIKLY KIWI Ci ' j- ...-.v f! ;; " ). . dpi h I?-' . THAVIU 'S BAND AT "!Wj22W?iJLSJl0 lEPT'Havfifr"'- ,'iVfW)yif.Terjr ipeMan.ln thoiSoHtln west,! who knqw anythlngi 'aboulj rjffiJ,, Is, ready. to. aaa.wpiSBUCh a qnt lm, hy saying, t'Thaylu ta the n ..iwfrq' made, good an,ai who ii always In ewand.;1 ,. ..Announcement, ttjerefqre,. that Tha nTlV wqrld famed Kttaelaa, band will ..rive dally' concerts ,at. the eighth An jjual Oklahoma State Fair, and Expo ,Uob, Oklahoma, City, Sept.. , to Oct. rl. ,ltU. will bring del'Kht.ito. hundreds Jaj thousands pt peofej' jn' Oklahoma asd, surrounding state. Thaviu, that iiHie punaie 01 .nerypa, energy ana iepitus, is to bring his great band to Oklahoma pity (or the entire, period -of iaVitate-Falr. The whole country wis searched (or aa organisation that , 'would meet the demands of all, the people. The search ended at Chicago when the niuslo market put forth; Thaviu, who knows the best muslo -aad. who hYs a and that wi...

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. — 14 August 1914

i( a TKI ikTWllkLY rfi w m. o ? Durant Weekly News fficlal Paper of Bryan County. rWIshed oyory Friday at 114 N. Vfclrd Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. oterod as second class mall mat tar at the postofflco at Durant, Ok leAema, under Act ot Congress of March 3rd, 1879. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TBRM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION, Year, in advance, ...... S 1.00 Months, in advance...... .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statement will bo furnished fveegectivo advertisers upon appllca- .AavertlBomenta authorized with 04 speelfied number of Insertions vtU be printed each Issue until or- WM dueontlnuod by the odvertlsor. ;The publisher reserves the right to reject My advertisement. . The primary election jusct over, with subsequent delays In the an Bouncing of the results, is the most convincing argument that we have seen for the Bhort ballot in Oklaho ma. Now that it is determined to a certainty who is the nominee for Governor of Oklahoma, will knock out a lot of material use dby the editors o...

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. — 14 August 1914

fc O ItT fc Tl BtlAXTBIf -IVSWA!; "I .1 NEWS OF THE WORLD IN BRIEF Reserve Members Take Office. Washington, Aug. 14. The five members of tho Federal Reserve Board which win control the now Federal Banking Systom, topk tho oath of office today, and Immediately began thd completion of stops, pro llmlnary to tho actual opening of the new system to business, J. A Q. X. 1h Receivers Hands Houston, Tox., Aug 14. Granting a petition for recoivesr hlohttpe a petition of receivership of tho 1$ million dollar bonds of tho Internat ional nnd Great Northern IlallWay company of Texas, Judgd Walter Burnas late Monday afternoon ap pointed as rocelrors Capt, James A. Baker, of Houston nnd Col Cecil A. Lyon, of Sherman, under Bond jjt bu tnousand dollars each. Mrs. Wllffcm Burled.-' 4rs. Woodrow Wilson, wlfb of the Nation's President was bUriod at Myrtle Hill Comotory at Borne, 6a., last Tuesday. Hor grave is'besldo that, of" her father and mother, al most within sight of the iitiuse In which she li...

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. — 14 August 1914

rr tSj a r THS DUAHTWKLY KIWI t -'. fi ' . si Community 'Co-Operation ', COPYRtGHTtb.M AND RANCH-ltpULANp'S lACAtlfM; '", w - lis ong factor that will probably caubifpiirpose admirably an increased maraoung 01 nay irns fan. awsn YJHsaiW . M. M. OARHICK, NT. V, "Onco' upon A time there was a woman' who rebelled,, dn her gjocor for substituting every .tlmo1, she" bent to him for a standard article. , Whon sho read of A firm In a, distant city. that wanted agents jfVhom-i no one would Know word agents, for the ex press purpose of fdrmlng community tiluba In saving by co-operative buy'' lng bile was Just In did mood to con .elder the. plan,. It sounded alluring, for the convincing , ad assured tho wise woman that by buying not only .tlio necessities of life Buch as flour and shoes, as woll'as the luxuries of furniture and carpets, sho could save lorty per cent. She got busy with pencil and pa per and, soon had It figured out that she. could Bavo at least one hundred dollal.Va year if sh...

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. — 14 August 1914

awau 7J3HXSW srA H I aa? i tKaw( nmmmmmmmmmmmmMmxf zmimi wan as I Of!: t-" JMm - 0 i-v?-. "yi.. Jil31MJSI w3 Thl;B i jsrssri iJbyj Zft Mk Jff& t a i 'ai i"i i Tsavmr.?! oss's Eye jl 4ayuAofiifi , ' j business has been in- ttiWj ukdi.l.wdrlu.llAMnUtiM 4ftthlw.t 'i&t along' from year to: L' ,u ji4tn ,wvVnSkhtf,vthhf . .- j. J fc . j lYes, all those thlnga MWYi Bftw tn retailor, -out ajgjpnjp 4PPW -"- Riong'irom year 10 Wn-,r,Utntirfnirt,&fctnvsthhf giBto stop theso leaks. I may bo year, ana much moro than my : 'NatttlllmWKiliniliWWbnih BOusy on the sidewalk soiling tur- penwo hayo increased, so It seems VnHUi.eiSeCft,SBrifilo A1 ' bbokfeMtf- TV.T101!' "'LiTX Jy" V? "I,,H"T u ins system. No business man hltn seDarMM ine cmpwwwn. &. ifey uwUPffl X iA. iuf0nr.nU.f,i9'hnnHa umiIKi F ft '' I I mtf' mmwm ..wn j.n at i,r -- -..-.,, - ww - wu pat is just wliy this, articjo wsii "na-consuuea an oia Dusiaess coi hoWha?uU5.Itrno;rr " r vMien, Pi4kmiQta -vno 4 smir Jmilh"Y "Hn tar...

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. — 14 August 1914

THl DU11KT WIKLT KIWi !i; y-?r THE OFFICIAL 25 NEW DRESSES Biggest Offer Ever TOTALS OF COUNTY VOTE ) F 7M7 . 798$ Ifk Dresses Notice! All Our Stock Fine Summer at Prices Lei s than ONE-FOURTH of ACTUAL VALUES This is our Special Offering for the next few days Be Here See This Garments Sale Commencing Saturday, August 15th, 1914 Election 'Board Abaohucos the Total Received Ih Uio OoHMty by Eack OMtdldato for OoHBty Office; Vole by Boxes Not Available. The Weekly News glvea below the tetal vote received In the county by etk eaadldaU for couaty efflee as asaeaBced by the Couaty ElMilea There are a few dlscrepantls 1b rheyUBMUt unetflslal returns by heM vUk aepeaxe en the laet page eNMkte teeue, and reader should WtM'-MM HUewiBg as eerreet., Tab" t4e rrt, by boxes, effletai, will etw sect ,eek. ewitr Judge. Saat Xyle . 1079 RtM.lee 16S6 Pavllla .' 1367 Cesatr Atteraey. Cambull, .V...' t 2008 bhett, :... .i. ... . .. 1794 Bawley, '..' .,;.... 327 Court Clerk. ' ?..,;;.. " W. A. Jones. ....

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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