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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 25 September 1914

V DURANT kl , News Wee $ m M V, v S ' $$ rf-""") ". y,;. te la: & Kj volume vnr, 138CASXM COUNTY kT jHdgo Rapoleo 1U Commence Itu .(IliV. October 5. on IiH.licsf. OHiiiluif or 5, on Largest Orimint uf Docket Ever Had in the Comity ' ,-, CT Oourtj Hlgiuy-Fivo Whiskey Cases County Court starts Monday, Oct ober Fifth, on tho heaviest criminal dockot ever had In this county, thoro being ouo hundred thirty-eight cases set lor trjal, ot which eighty-five (are for violation ot tho prohibition law. The complete docket follows: Criminal sotting of County Court at Durant, October Term, 1U14. Monday, October fl All defendants arraigned on this date. State' vsv Crawford Selgler, viola tion otaho prohibition law.' Stato vs Clint Uurant, drdnkon mess. Stato vs iAubrey White and Cobb Holland, violation of the prohibition pistol, Jaw, Stato vs Davo Goodo, carrying a Slate vs Esther Buchanan, viola tion of the prohibition lawS Stato vs Art Stewart, violation of tho prohibition law. State vs Mary...

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. — 25 September 1914

THE DTJBANf WIIKLT K;1WI i dHBHt ism WM- yon ice an Arrow think of Coca-Cola, TAX LEVY Durajit Public Schools Will Run Pull Tenn; Measure Carried by Three to Ono Vote. Tho school tax levy election held last Friday, asking for an additional two mills to extend the school term to nine months, and forthe placing of sewer connections in the south and cast, ward buildings, and for tho re pairing of the central ward building, brought out ono of the heaviest votes that has ever been produced in any similar election in Durant. There was J00G votes cast In the four wards of the city and .the- majority for tho )evy wrs 508. .. 'frKvKil7.!tt-Ei8!mmSx. tsmmmmmmks ittlEfeMf JSp i i j;ahiwr.v:jK4'x.Kvi " w . jw.v. &. Mpty sw sfeB 7 - ? I it answers every beverage re- I quirement virn. vigor, refreshment, will satisfy you. B Demand the genuine by full nme flHHw k Nickname encourage substitution. BMHffW THE COCA-COLA COMPANY PJSrJff ATLANTA, GA. r KKp'al : Tho ladies of the ety took a de-" heav...

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. — 25 September 1914

V THE DURANT WXXKLY NEWS v lrfA I& 2 w ii .if .s k f These sanitary jars are easy to seal, easy to open Adjust the rubber rinij. Put the all-glass top in place. .Snap the spring seal. That is all there Is to it. When you want to open thejar, unsnap the sealv The whole tiling i as simple as A B C, z Atias E-Z Seal Jars jv SBBBBBBPBBBSBBBU have other good points. They are made of green glass to exclude tho light "and prevent discoloration. Then, too, the Tnouth of an E-Z Seal Jar is so wide that you can put in it pjums, apples, pears, peaches, as well as corn, beets, tomatoes and other vegetables. Made in half-pinr, pint, quart and half-gallon sizes. '. Most grocers sell E-Z Seal Jars. If yours does not, let s Jenowt The speed urogram for next weok contains solno of tho biggest events, including a pacing tdnm race on Tuo8 day, September 20, 2:30 trot for n purso of $1,000 on tho Bamo day, 2J25 pace for $1,000 ptitee and the day, Octobor 1 There will bo two annual Oklahoma Derby on...

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. — 25 September 1914

W o & - cs IV -s THE DURAKT WEEKLY KIWI c Dpant Weekly News Official Paper of llrynn .County Published Every Friday nt 114 N. Third Avenuo, Durant, Oklalioma. Entorod ns Second Class Mall Mat ter 'nt the Post Office nt Durnnt, Oklahoma, otnder Act of CongrosB of March 3rd,a870. N JS. M EVANS, Editor and rubll'shor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Yeai, In advance, ...... SI. 00 Six Months, In advance $ ,50 ADVERTISING RATES and clrcu latlon statement will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon appli cation. . ' Advertising authorized without a apoclfled number of Insertions will be printed each lssuo until ordered discontinued by the advertise!. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement, DEMOCRATIC TICKET To vote a straight Democratic tick et mark an X In tho circlo undor the rooster. R. I. Williams, Governor. T P. Gore, U. S. Senator. M. E. Trapp, Lieutenant governor J. li. Lyon, secretary of stato. E. B. Howard, Stato Auditor. S. P. Froollng, Attorney Goneral. W...

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. — 25 September 1914

sV '"- ,f" v O TSI DUJtAKT WSEKLT KIWI . 1 H if 'A M .-. i 10c j - . or Y our 4 Cotfoft WE WILL PAY TO ANY Cotton Grower 10c per pound for your cotton in exchange for Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Bring h your Cotton tickets and. we will issue credit memo randum and yon can do yonr trading when yonr like. Kendall Clothing Co. Stato vB ClovlB Llpsfoy, violation Statu vg Elmer fcowln, violating oT prohibition law. Stato vs Davo Stovrd, violation of prphlbltlon law. Stato vb Flotchor Lambrlght, vio lation of prohibition law. Stato. vs. J. J. DoyJc assault and battory. Stato vs. Mollto nice, violation of r I-1 Kelloy, violating prohibition law. b? i .r ... .., ... Biaio vs t State vs. Mollle Wee, violation of ,,,t.ui i, t.it.lii . '!" w. proniuuion inw. Stato vs. Mollle nice, violation of prohibition law, i," ,, Statova Molllo nice, violation of prohibition law. State vs Frank prohibition law. Stato vs W, O. DIacvk, carrying a Pistol. Statova Addlo Isbell, carrying n pistol. x ' Stato ...

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. — 25 September 1914

Ktj THE DURAHT WEEKLY (&J&7?-3 rx j f r-S. Farm Notes of ;. Sowinj: VVintcr Wheat is formed on lop ana" tho rhizomns Bxp'orlmcnts Conducted by careful underground. Tho fllnnt begins to oiports as woll as tho experience of form each simultaneously; that la, a9 .progressive wheat growora pr'ovos soon.as tho B6ed head begins to form conclusively that oarly preparation as wo call It In corn, bunching and t tho land Is doslrablo for wlntor tassellng, then, tho rhlzomaa begin wheat. Many of tho stations hnvo to form Just whore the roots and the shown tho Importance of oarly prop- top Join, called tho crown of tho aratlon and a good seed hod and havo plant. Honce, all wo have to do to made these recommendations for tho km Johnson grass In a scientific way farmers of their states. Deep break- ts fo havo It off with a hoc or a Ing should be done early, In July or swcop just un,ier th0 groun,i below August If possible. On most of the lh0 crown n8 lt bunches to send out soils lt Is dos...

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. — 25 September 1914

. tHI DTJRANT WEEKLY NEWS lt 1ST' Supreme Purpose to Give j Public Service r Judgo R, h. Williams, Uio Demo cratic no'mlneo for governor, spoke as follows to tlio stato convention in Oklahoma City! "I ummlndful of tho groat honor that has come to me on tho part of tho 'Democrncy of this state I am mindful of tho partiality of my friends, but through that1 partiality comes to mo the loyal support of ov ry good democrat In this state. , "Now, what doos that "call for at y hands? That means that I am to lovo tho Democratic party and bo faithful toward It. That means that I am to bo true to cvorsv democrat in this state as well as to every citi-j r.on of Oklahoma. That Is tho kind of public service that this nomina tion requires, not only of tho head of tho tlckot, but of oVory man on the tlckot, This is the- kind df pub lic iwylco and public devotion that in to glvo tho peoplo of this state a great government and good govern ment, and sllqnco the mouth of thoso that would put stand-pat...

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. — 25 September 1914

r THE DURANT WIIKLY NIWS Perkins Bros. Co. We The Bargains Are Here Perkins Bros. Co. Welcome V 1011 , Mens uotn in? um Is Ready With a Great Line AN A-l CLOTHING MAN IN CHARGE '' ' ., , i i i ,. i , High Art Clothing for the Man Who Admires a Perfect Equal to Made-to-Measure Suit-Art Thoro Is as much art in guiding tho scissors and tho needle as In wielding tho brUBh. Thero's as much harmony, taste ,and beauty In a suit of "HIGH ART" Clothing as in a porfoct painting. Yes, oven more, for tho picture is only paint deep and a suit, while tho garment is body thick and made of many parts. It is tho blondlng of mlnuto per fections that make "High Art" clothing masters' work and the skill of the oyo and hand that gives it manly beauty. To tho judge of good cloths "High Art" moans masterpiece. ' $14.85 to $24.50 A Nifty Line at $9.85 to S12.50 i 1 "list ST JV fit NVV I i lii l Tt&t 1 SAVING PRICES ON T ' BOYS SUITS' Better clothes for tho same prl co is our strong point in boys' wear....

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. — 2 October 1914

w i C) (! m Durant Weekly News - V OFFICIAL NJ5WSPAilSR OP THE COUNTY OP BKYAN : 0 volume viir DURANT, OKLAHOMA. FIJI DAY, OOTOHER 2, 10M. . NUM1IKH 40, fear r- T 4. n COURT LONG ON CONVICTIONS Red Scott Draws Klvo Year Sentence - for Adulter'! Moll la Harmon, IhJH Harmon nnd Laura tyatson feet a Year anil a Hay Each for Child Abandonmcat. The District Court has done things this week for sure, and thcutwo things that Btand out most plainly arc 'the conviction of tho notorious Rod Scott of Bokchlto, and of lien and Molllo Harmon, nnd Laura "Watson, of east of Durant. Red Scott is quite a notoi us char acter of Bokchlto and is protty wolj High universally disliked. In that com ' 'munity.1 His namo Is familiar with tho county officers and ho Is charg ed this tlmo with adultery, it being alleged that he waa living In ndultpry -with a negro woman, It Is said the poople oftho vicinity' of Bokchlto raised a Jack-po't with -which to ongago C .13. MoPherron of the firm of McPhorfeji and Coch...

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. — 2 October 1914

" THE DURAHT WllKLTnKII Farm Notes of laSBos in Cotton Cotfntlgs. XM . Jt 7 "tEbo-slld 1ms made Us advance Into n, cotton section, havo signed an agroo fljMs ntorlor of tho enemy's cbttoaltmmt to redUco the cottemncYeTiBo !mntrstlohoaUlfcotto!i-onntTYnoxt.-yer-ly'QwJng wheatrThO of Texas' 'and other Btatos o? thojuusinoss tnon havo agreed to put up ..-klaffiwithwesi tiud-ibvrauld" sseinthatv-rollortn.iH-tO"take car.e-of':tkc crop tfhp.alltPfl'V-f-pP tton and rpdit are uftratlona ardllhoH iHvorsltldatltfn., -WAfcSftiM H, i tAs TrojMcanipIf ta this wo only have markofor tholrjcrop, tfttfs said As btyrtirctijoj Slo&M Hollow Fnrmjlti'fnrraorS are Sgnindp; ritoldly rtiy(Mrl'of thtfddtton licit onoW 'preparing t'oSow' wheat. iiiC,i miles frni-.-y Hill, row Dr. IS. t Morris,. tho owner of Mlofpy". I 'HbTiow-Fft'rrii.belloves lnthe siilo.wllo hn. gutWptirchascd twd stave alios wCtetarittararinfMCDriitHV basest OoAi plexeil tho work of flllihg'ttfcm. Each -flo molds ono hundred tons of S...

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. — 2 October 1914

3 ward tjzisr a: at a bt HI DtTftAX'T WUKKIit KIWi';. wsC ijjW ?i ,CS ,1,1 , . .. i 'ii i ' I i ilj lii.iii.nil.li.iiiii.ii.lh i I w-yin minimi i i ii.iiiikiiiiiji.i-iiiiix.ii Mi-'i.:i' JewBiiiressiairaRtssn III I '( .it". ..!. u-t ,. JBg runii I . I ii. ...ii. - M4MT AL NOTICES " :w w ' .JL.'y'wwvsvvviiii FlrshlnWtlon, Sopt. 25,!iai4. Thirlt insertion, October Of, 3,9.14. NOTIGK'.OK OVIAN' S f ', BAIA.F lltJAL BSTATR In tho tp'attor of the GuardlatishYp of Joaepij Fobb, an Incoifipotdftt, J. O. Worthy, Ounrdiari.(1 ,,,"' Nptlc i li hereby given tht puf- sUdnt tc Inn; order of theCounty court of nryn bounty, Oklahoma, Jn prp4 uato nt mutant, made- ftttd, ontored t)ii tnt 2is gaay of September, ioif, mo tindorsl, moll gunrdfan of the jestato i Fobb, an Incompotojft. will tor 10 o'clock JmHTo fore- Of vIoho: on or noon o noil to at Dun Rale, th lng to fOlloWB Tho (junn tor a tno I HOUtl oast west Riutfrl quarter pt hi StludiXjiiOTiobor, 1014, of highest bidder for cash, t,l Oklahoma, ...

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. — 2 October 1914

' A TH4B DURAHT WEEKLY NWl Duramt Weekly News Official Paper of IJrynn County " , r Published ty'ory Friday at did N. Third AVoriuo, Durant, Oklahoma. i, , ' ' II !" ' I 'JM' Entered ad Second ClassMnll Mat ter nt tho Post Offlcvapburant, Oklahoma, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. ' , uj E. VL EVANS. Editor and Publisher TE11MS OP SUBSCRIPTION Ono Year, In advance, , . . . . $1.00 Six Months, in advance,,-... . $ .50 ADVERTISING HATES and circu lation statement wllllbo furnished . prospective advertisers upon appli cation. Advertising authorized without a specified numbor p. Insertions will bo printed each Issue until ordered discontinued by tho advertiser., Tho publlshor .rosorvos the right to reject any advertisement'. ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET To, vote a straight Democratic tick et, mars an a. in mo circle unaer tne rooster, R. L. WlHIamB, Governor. T, P. Gore. U. S. Senator. M. E. Trapp, Lieutenant governor J. li. Lyon, secretary of stato. E. B. Howard, Stato Auditor. S; P. F...

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. — 2 October 1914

TH1 DURANT WIIKLY N1WI tMwiffn iW BANK CASE DECIDED Suprcjiio; Court Holds that Strtto ntul CoMity Deposit arc Not General Pcpost nor Whin tlio Scopoot the Guaranty1 Law. Tlib supremo court tha week decid ed tlio case o CrookN county against tlio state banking bonr din an opinion by Justice nlddlo which adds aome what'tothe bank deposit laws of tho nlate$' Tlitx ase was that whorqtn the Counly TronBUror,, ot OnMh. county had on deposit In tho Farmers and Merchants Dank ot Saptilpa at tho tlmo Of ltd failure, tho Bura 6f flOC', 268,26. I'nrt of this account was to tho credt ot tho county treasurer and part to hs credit as a special dopos lt. Tho opinion follows that of this court Jn tho Columbia Dank ana I'tvat company caso that the deposits of tho stale aro not general deposits such as coma within tho scope of and are covered by tho depositor's guaranty fund. It holds that tho Bamo rule applies an to the county deposits. Another rule that la laid down tn tli a caso Is that whoro the...

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. — 2 October 1914

BVaf TJfKaaWJ TJIAC7C SHT r- '. . MILIUM llWIMII,llll1MIMIIrt . MP IIIIIIWMIIWIIIWI !! zjr-f '"&:wiiiap3 b6 fined tWfcnty-d6l OrKNlNGS There 'shrtll bo ndt orrf la5 must bi hitehliiKi FfflfefMJMMf lers (2j&) foich fthd o'Sry .any more ihn- two n6nfnft lrt thrf beeth saia potnon, nra or corporation. BhMl so hul br.oftfnd, Jihd pftfcji rtoy'a Wota Hon shall constitute a eeptirnto of fense - J ! ' Sottlou C(i All ordinances or partu of ordhiahctBltf forffirct'wttli' tht aboo aro hereby ropenled "Scctlbn. 7. This ordinance rhall be In effect on and after Its pasnago and publication according to law VaBsedtndtiJhp'prftVfcd- IhrslCWt day ofaSoptdinber, 10l4. ; oco. n. HAnma,, rft r iT,,W "Acting hAfdt. Attest tairr.it j- " 'A D.M. HEAb, Olty Clorkt fot" eaok machine ono f6r obsorva tlbn by the, .operator and onfe for MaMl IJfANOH - (- (f) ltoslstanco box Must bo kont ,3iieraiipA ptino waouine. open ing M machine Bhall bd nbt moro than six Inches hlsh ttnd tWolvd not less than ono ...

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. — 2 October 1914

ETrSnKmMraftHiaHim i mmMW&'wwiwivmtrw&T!3!m&rimw k ai- " ' :Mwvimim'i&&mwtMXfmlssicBsimntmmKiBnnmft I c "o , TEK DUltANT WZ2KLT NEWS I S " , . nrerfb-bnyfaoaJiajigheVt JlgiM.'TT i - i i iigtta . imiimiii.i. g MMwwiiiiin '" i ' -! ... . I ........ ,V ..-... rfi tin im urtwi mn i -i ii- t - "nm a -KH-l)-&iE mgSSrve. . -ponuoianiMnu8oplaHstnr(rtMmr i-' "'"- -tmi. . " an1" 'un-i jiy..--A u- -' - aJHfUHs- -. t--- - t & ..- i K 'v BjrDrrJr . , S-S S fcS-f S-S kfibwn occasionally ! i' 1JJ1 . " 'J '.X- J ' f t u r iit j '! -an .w jr t- - - i . m .1 ki Tj w t xa ik d L ("UyjlfrV. OfWihp, J - fc. IB $NoJolhW(lHDao ltK thspowlblo -oxctiHoit' fjf?tUllpFfcllf( 8Q lmlcli atfcntjow ttJdajf f foVfr. hrfSiSifSt fn tiilS wugruiosi, ,? wyinK tB8'tyVhtd 'W 4 w &, caso can bo nrouBcd wo may hopo for n final njxtimilOH: Ffff CairaT3Iy,IKo babter- lologlcal origin of this dlsoaso ia well Vv 1 N(floqrrawDfigp V?UK tha powlb o af5 cSVffecP by ?fUds whldS t4Wh3 Jch tho uht01mt...

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. — 2 October 1914

fe H V (C THE DURANT WSKKLY NEWS Offerings of New Fall Merchandise t -T" i In Our Dry Goods Section 1 i 32-In. Crepo Poplin, Javy, Wister ia, and Copeifhagen -Grounds, with Floral prints, of two. 'color effects, strictly washablo, ; 2t5c 27-lnch Silk Poplin, Gold, Black, Navy, and llurnt Orange, a Special Value, tho Yard . ,-,oc 32-lnch Bookfold . Cotton Plaid Suiting, exact copies of . . ,V,', $1.00 Wool Plaids, all colors ,tho yard 25c 36-lnch Shepherd Checif Suiting, very stylish, tho yard, 23c 32-lnch nick Hack Crepe Poplin, Black, Navy, Gold, lied, and King Blue, the yard . . . . 10c The Charming New Waists A Beautiful Collection of Now Waists for Fall awaits your visits hero tills week. From the slmplo tailored waists of sheer organdlo to tho elaborate blouse, of fine printed Grogette Crepe, You may choose with the certainty thatteach Is different and distinctive. White Organdie and Voile Waists, .. t. t.., $1-1)5 to $3.05 Crepe de Chine Waists, White and Colors y $2.05 to $5....

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. — 9 October 1914

BiiSiBffii USSWWMIMMIIMBMMW' WHWWBWBiHB RhmR '..r'V " It ' Durant Weekly News S ( ) OFFICIAL NJBW8PAF15I OJ THl"TTOUHTY 6 11T1M O '4 VOLUME VIII. DiritANT, OKLAHOMA ffylDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1014 NUMBER 41, k t. BATTLE OF FOUR WEEKS UNENDEO SOL HOMER MEXICANS MAY CROSS BORDER MAYOR FOOTE HAS RESIGNED SHOT DEAb J J,' ly-,. f $? I? N Cliff "Mojo, Ago 25, A Plumber hy Trade, Wiot Tjocal Indian law yer Three ThrfcsfJUHday Afternoon SttootInK Occurred on Second Avo mho back of (Corner Drug Store. At 3:30 o'clock Sunday aftornoon Cliff Moyo, a plumbor by trado, shot and Instantly killed Solomon J. Homer, a local Indian attornoy, throe Bhotg piorclng tho dead man'B body, either ojfo of two of thorn which would have caused death instantly. Moyo thon Btartcd up main street after putting his gun in his pocket, and was arrcstod near tho corner of Third avonuo and Majn atroot, near the Durant National Bank by Lowia Elliott, Constnblo from Calera, and was thon takon chargo of by Chief or Pollco Sims, ...

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. — 9 October 1914

1 Q 1. M TKX DURANT WXIXLt NEWS BETTER BABIES ' V O, ' r-, . - ,r v - 1 Ji"". ' ' ' ' ' ' liiiiEIfl ' ItSs- ' pjhk tigmmr &&' M and be refreshed! ' ' X&m m enjoyment cool com- 1 m fort a satisfied thirst 1 -7-a contented palate. m Demand the genuine by full Mint- gf L f I.'Icknamci encourage substitution, m ATLANTA, GA. The phraso "Hotter Bnblc3'" came Into uso n llttlo over a year ago. It appuals to &l: alllio ntul htj spread intii now it stands one of the tu6st helpful campaign ovor yet bgunv Iho bettor bnbloB movement grow 6al of tho old fAsh'oned baby di0', vt.tt tho judgot) defcldid fnr this o.' that baby, nc$or.llif to their Idea of infantile prqltlccu. Of couro, t'jii was novo;'' jTlefnttory bqcouso All rifirnntn illlfrV . Iliolv hnhv 15 lhA &. .est. ' 4 , Tho WoinnnYv'Uijlfm Companion took up tho vtirflfhfiiil' r thq b.U.y chow into KOmoliimit moro ber.efl'ial 'nd so organUcdAtha, better bablos contest These cQnfo&ts a ipi a selpn- lllbi ) ClltdP i Wh...

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. — 9 October 1914

W3FMWM".. "".;? ffi-S "ju7.w . .1 -i ."-.is;'', otiwinMii" ' - - jnuBr i" -- js r a . . ..- , - -ts n,-i .. iMaijWiEWi'iswwu-M TX.I DUltANT WK1KLT KXWI s!wwTPSwr vy w U fr w flfe What Carter Has 'Done Washington , Oct, &-Congross-,ity man Carter, who rcpreBonts Wo ' more district In Congress, and is now ranking mfembor of the House of Indian Affairs Committee, has de voted much of Ills time whllo a mem bor of Congress to Indian matters. As .a member of the Joint Congress ional Commission, of which" Senator Iiolilsoh, of Arkansas, IS Chairman, ho la even now ongngod in an Investi gation of Indian affairs generally throughout the United States, and largoly upon tho report submitted 1)y this Commission will depond tho future policy to bo pursued In rela tion to Uncle Sam's treatment of his wards. ConjiroBsman Carter, has cbnsls- ' tontly, day In and day out, fought any further opening or tno roils ot tho fivo civilized tribes Jn Oklahoma! About a year 'ago ho was named as -Chairman...

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. — 9 October 1914

if ii TX1 DURAMT WK1KLY KXWI ' i t i ii - 6 r, i a Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County Published Evory Friday at 114 N. Third Avonuo, Ournnt, Oklahoma. Li Entorod as Second Class Mail Mat ter at tho Post Office at Durant, Oklahoma, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. . M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION One Year, in advance $1.00 Biz Months, in advance, .... $ ,60 ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statomont will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon appli cation. Advertising nuthorlzod without a specified number of insertions will be printed each lssuo until ordered discontinued by tho ndvortlsor. Tho publisher rosorves tho right to roject any ndvortiBcment, WHAT WHISKY DOES Bootleg whisky, or for that matter Any kind of -whiskey, makes people do funny thingsottentlmcs serious things which would never have been done had the booze boon kept out or crimes committed tho thing Wo soo It every day at home and abroad most hideous crimes committed...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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