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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 8 January 1915

twfciJftmiMiHi ," 0 t . Durant Weekly News OrriOIAL NB"WPAJPIR- OF TH OOUMTY OfllYAH 13 r- "VOMJMK XIX. DUltAXT. OKIiAHOUfA JIUDAY, JANI'AHY , lBl.n NUMIlUlt 1. . It ft 1 11 SCHOOL 'PVY IS , VOID tinprcino Court Sustnlns ' tlon of Judge, llntclictt Aft. Collection Of otio mill Iicvy Horo In 1013 Tho Oklahoma Supremo Court, on Tuesday of this weak affirmed the caso npcalcd from this county where in County Clork McCrcary was en Joined from oxtondlng on tho tax rolls tho extra ono mill lory votcit In this elty for school purposes In tho fall of 1913, thereby sustaining tho Injunction which Judgo Hntchott granted against tho collection or tho extra tax. In 1913 iF wns found that tho re quirements for tho public schools of that yenr wero greater than could bo handled with tho hlghost legal tax lovy for school purposes which could ho m nil o with a voto of tho people. This was In part duo to tho urgout necessity of improvements at itie South Ward School Houso. Consequently an election was...

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. — 8 January 1915

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, li' PAGE TWO TBI DURANT WIXKLT KIWI NOTED MUSICIAN MAY COME HERE Call 495 I- i 'V M - Durant Weekly News AND - Dallas Semi-Weekly News BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $125 By special arrangement with the Dallas Semi-Weekly News, we are enabled to make the great clubbing proposition indicated in the above heading. Formerly the clubbing rate of the Durant Weekly News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly News, was $1.75 ror one year,, and this reduction will posstively last no longer than the last of February. The offer applies to old as well as new subscribers to the Durant Weekly News, but only to new subscribers of the Dallas Semi-Weekly News, Here is an opportnnity to secure your leading county paper, and the leading metropolitan Semi Weekly, for little more than the price of each paper separately. If inconvenient to call at the News Office, your check, P. O. order, or bank draft, will bring both pa pers to your address. In ordering be sure to state whether you are already a subscriber ...

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. — 8 January 1915

y -- Bt. ". i'-;- etc- r-" . Hi, t- ' v.v-f r. 5. - 'A.- .. & ;, r 5K- ' l a ; FRIDAY, JANUARY , li. PAVING IS IMPOSSIBLE SAYSFOOTE Former Mytr of City In Statement 8) that Claw) ItcqHlriH City to Pay for Intersection will Kilt Iho ' Project. Ex-mayor J. T. Footc, former "daddy" of Main streej paving pro jects, rays that tho present plan vrlll fall down on a point of law, owing to a portion of-tbe petition requir ing the city to pay for intersection. Tho following 1b his statement: "For the. benefit of those who de sire to pavo Main street I wish to call your attention to the fact that you Cannot do so under tho petition filed' with City Cloik Head unless you tako out tho last clause of your petition, which reads, "provided tho city council shall bear tho ezpenso of Improving tho Intersections. "This clause will kill tho entire petition becauso tho city council can not legally comply with Its require ments. Considerable discussion has taken place, many taking tho stand that tho ...

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. — 8 January 1915

TAQK FOUR. THE DTIRAMT WXZJCLT KIWI I'RIDAT, JANUARY 8, J91S. r -1 - ) t. r l H ft V- If V ft' BBBEN Where Did He Come From? Durant Weekly News Olflclal Paper of Ilrynn County Published Every Friday at 114 N. ThLA Avenue Durant. Oklahoma. Entered as Second Class Mnll Mat ter at the Post Office- at Durant, Oklahoma, under Act of Con cress of March 3rd. 1873. K M BVANiC iftill'oVand Publisher RETURN CARD ON GOVERNMENT ENVELOPES Over forty years ago, tho post cf flco dopartmont at Washington, to encourngo the practice of putting a return card on envelopes, agreed to print the nnmo nnd address free, on damped envelopes. Tho present rule of tho jlcpartmont requires an orjr Tor not less than five hundred envel opes at ono timo to securo this grat uity, with the rosult that practically tho only beneficiaries, aro large cou ccrns nnd corporations nnd firms that aro able and should be. mad" to pay a reasonable charge. Of into years this custo mhas been ostlmatotl to deprlvo tho printers of t...

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. — 8 January 1915

JnKKKKKKHEKttBjKKJJBtKKHKKEZ FRIDAY, JANUARr 8, 1B18- I Til DUUAKT TJeXlCLY KIWI f '"" " - rAcm jnvw m , i n "ill mm Who Is He? SOUTHKASTICUN STATU FORMAL Wint" State Superintendent Wilson Bn'a of tlio Institution nnd t'io Country in Ittn Fifth Illcnnlcl lie port to tho Governor of Olilaho-inn. Tho following lo clipped from lha fifth blonnlol report of Stoto Super intendent It. II. -Wilton tb tho gov crnor of Oklahoma: "Educationally, couthoaslcm Ok lahoma 13 virgin territory. Of l'i 1.7G0 tcachera In tho Southoastsm Normal School District oss than1; per cent have academic education equal to that offered by tho four-year high cchooln, and oven fawor hafe special training for tholr work. "Tho growing public sontlmnnt that teaching Is a profession reqjl'1 ,lng technical education and opcclal training, tho demands bolng mado by ninny of tho cchool boards for toacn crn who arc tralncu" both academical ly and professionally, nqd the slmll nr requirements of tho now si-luol , law uffoctlv...

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. — 8 January 1915

Kifc-&O-. rjuyc six. Til filliKT TTIKIT KIWI rHWAf, JAJCTAKY " ttU r B ir -t : f -V r if ; I The Master Key comuGHTCi iu By JOHN FLEMING WILSON T Seewd Stacy "w H IEAX 1X1RXKLX. rtK4 tck xad fectb la tto sOKext&e two wtore Harry WKbt'y life enTlIa ites ekS t 8 bad bArd lb- xsd toe sail rgr tto f hi t1 rv ,3 5 iii it!s$rd asl rfccttsg to rat pflSBewiiai Kacb Cii- Jtird 3 Pnt -rtirtw do li fse fcc reericw rar. Uar btsii ,IBlA- c-jj 3435. - fcw Harry xsd craxl rxas wt ead wtti 3Jla: anew jKuii. safe r4ia tVtr" wraiX aad ie cBsetod tor bJu-is WEttr-rc tKd-Std. -YSVK to hurt w xsd xsia til tbe tavsis5 war j tocsr racy arex. Js. KeCar atay wait. IrtsbC tore tilt I eaa gv yva ca tto Ftec eoe tSt-.g. 3fr BirotJI SaaTd,rieif oip3ry." tie r&i rf . Fy&eii nry was I . ni ety torr i swetad. tor xftrtosc wSris. tto ssul l tor rx$-Tiii t to say rV-4iyssc est i&Sjc tie s rcSt sto tad wane ya jt aaft. cb tor . Tbe & vsrcwrtlfrr.ri I B stitfrvd ry -eg to tor xsd aie &iiI t...

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. — 8 January 1915

"FRIDAY, JAXVAKY S, IsU.V - I.KUAI. AVKRTKKMKSTS First Insertion December 11. Fifth Uscrtten January S. Stale ot Oklahoma, County ot Bryan Ib the District Court, la and tor mM Countr and States O. 1 Grimes, ...... ... Plaintiff t. jo. 1797. I. Mead, Orua Mead, and W. K. Brtttatn, . ... Defendant. "Notice Is hereby given that In 'pursuance ot an order ot sate Issued eat ot tho District Court ot Bryan County. Oklahoma, on the 7th day et December, A. D.. 1311, In an ac tion wherein u u arimca was lum tltt. and K U MmiI. Om Mead, and W. H. Brtttaln wero defendants, di rected to me, the uadewlgned sher itf, ot Bryan countr, Oklahoma, com manding m to levy upon ana sen Ue foltowlng described priperty, to. wit: The SWM ot SSWU ot Sec tion 9, Tovawhtp 3 South. Itango 9 East. Contalhlng 49 acres, more or less, located In Bryan county, Oa'-noma, to satisfy a Judgmcnv and decree ot foreclosure In favor ot Mid plaintiff .and against the defendants, obtaln--e4 and jnade In the district court on ...

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. — 8 January 1915

m''5AZZMHt'M$J!Q '" IrfMCT flf- - xjmm:m saraaafai. "PAGE EIGHT. M XIX DtTKANT WXIKIY KJEW1 ,. FRIDAY, JAXrAHY 8, !! N m I L$. E 4 Not a Sale of Job Lois;' Old Stocks, Special Bays, or Shop Worn Goods, But the Entire Regular Stock of 'The House of Perkins" ' ' I '" " I III I I - I ! in 1.1 l .1 mm, , ,.,,. . . !.. I.I. II J II N ' II Guaranteed Merchandise Assembled for a Big and Mighty : January 8th. to 16th. Only Eight Days Oae tot at Vamaa's awavy Ont-eat pastas aad vei. la itae atoa cawa. all Tdaes, regrUar 5c grade at 37Kc A C A FhUmt Ttektag, a yard, 15c Staadard Here Bteat&cd D aele. a yard, at , 7Kc Farmers Chatos, Ylae Sleaeh ed MaRn, a yard 7-5 Width. Bleached Dssaestfc a yard -4Kc The Day and Hoars, are Xnm beced; The minute and seconds. . coasted: This great Broken Dol-. lar Sale viH last Jest Eicat J Days. Jaasar? -Sib to 16 Saew White Tasto Uaeas, a yd. 19c It lie aad lie Gat&teas Sc Ragala? flit; (Mat Crapes. 3S ladta vM, x yard 33c (1 Wad Citgca aad Waal Serg...

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. — 15 January 1915

DERgNT WEEKLY official NcvriPAPxn or thx county of wxyaw News "TIP - r i i- V VOLUME, POSTMAo employe fe -T . AGENTS IdO WM. ASSIST TIIK 'OM.13W THE COUNTHY AM llt OK FARM WEHTUO HELP, ALSO In the World. . rostnmtors.luTaTmatl ca",cr3 and Hold agents In the department .ot agriculture wilt become employ- went agents as the result ot a new lederal labor gill which goes Into el tect this week. Instructions hac been sent to thousands ot postmasters, rural car riers, and agricultural field agents through the country. They will 00 operate In trying to find the Jobless man something to do. Notices will be posted In the post offices announcing that applications tor work or workers will bo received fcy the postmaster who will bo oup plicd with forms to bo tilled out and forwarded to the labor depart ment la charge of tho rone In which the office Is located. The distribution branch of tho Im--rnigration service will haudlo this Tart of the work and to It also will go the reports of tho depart...

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. — 15 January 1915

'A I! -tack nro m ; 1 I 1 i A i i i i Til DTTXAXT X1XLT XXWl FKinAr, jAMnr 13. tis. Durant Weekly News AND Dallas Semi-Weekly News BOTH ONE YEAR FOR By special arrangement with the Dallas Semi-Weekly News, we are enabled to make the great clubbing proposition indicated in the above heading. Formerly the clubbing rate of the Durant Weekly News and the Dallas Semi-Weekly News, was $1.75 for one year, and this reduction will posstively last no longer than the last of February. The offer applies to old as well as new subscribers to the Durant Weekly News, but only to new subscribers of the Dallas Semi-Weekly News. Here is an opportunity to secure your leading county paper, and the leading metropolitan Semi Weekly, for little more than the price of each paper separately. If inconvenient to call at the News Office, your check, P. O. order, or bank draft, will bring both pa pers to your address. In ordering be sure to state whether you are already a subscriber to the Durant Weekly News. Du...

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. — 15 January 1915

TRID.IY, JANUARY 1R, 19 IS. TMK DUKAMT WK1KI.T KIWI i PAOH THKttft, m llv I'tiorosKi) i'owkk iam SfcrrmMi Kxpctt Say There U Kn Sh Pmw t (Vmlon M lUuo Hirer to Operate ih Intents Hun llnllwHy. Shenn&n, Tex., Jon. 14 J. W Follard ot this city hns Jut retunv etl from a prospecting tour of noutit. ent Oklahoma, lie Is rt mlncralolo Mt ami h,t been looking over the Meld for miner!. He Mjrs that nt Condon Falls, Mtj-fiTo miles north of Sherman, on IUr Utu4 Hirer. If a dam five feet high Is made enough power ean be had to run an Interur ban from Sherman to Gainesville, al so light the title of Sherman and Dcnlsop. and operate a quarts null to take care of the mineral o' the new state which Mr. Pollard any nro qulto plentiful. Condon Kails are about twenty five miles northwest of Durnnt, nd near Mllburn, In Johkon county. If the plans of the parties ntaterlM Iro It will bo almost sure to bIt - Durant. a system of intertirban and a system of street cars, or nt Want that Is the suppositi...

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. — 15 January 1915

- I I PACE FOLK. Til DURAKT WIIKLT KIWI rot'iMr, JAXCARY 5, J. !l ,f Si- , 1.1 f : Durant Weekly News CmfcciaL Fa- o lirj w Cowaty" WHO IS BIG BEN "After rertr-flr day f lib llrT. .of fettlag 1 thought thai I wonm CRTTtaSES FARM METHODS. change feed and, feed him sosethlns ' Sl low Faetaer Reversed H,l... M.fc. .-. ., . ... t Km Y.t, - - W-. ul. V .i . .. .. . - I m m na I i - ""i iuis t .il u - r-r .--. in ira- "SHiaM i.Trr FttIr at 114 N.l LflC 1JF L Iml .. Vf t .. .. t,t .l nrvkm T Rm -W.t i Extertd u SMtBd Caj Via Uif. Am MmMJL ! , car corn, ana oa lae otner side tI ' SSriSiJSiiS'i'ind when is he cgming? r TV 05M,Fr 1 ' - Karca an!. 1ST. t wu a uw vyuuu5. tte walp t& kwp coJ 4Bd n lay. jjryi.Pxigss w,a j qj "."wrsr"-1"" w a g i , I II I t lpr- . w tur uw9 aau ah ux f ----- " m -m mm ma. m aam -9 - -- S t cera ae wobi ear uve uaies per day. The coat of the feed he ate ac fc. if Tie idea It adraneed by Etasy who have rra tk Seathera (im lsr sitaafjos ip thevg&C. that ta hn...

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. — 15 January 1915

FRIDAY, JAXtfARtf 18, 1JH3. . T OtJUANT TXX WIIKI.Y KIWI rAcw ??nd -J ! -- l. l-i.-gllB1 n WSl A j WHAT'S BIG BEN Going to Do? Wait and See! GOV. WILLIAMS INAUGURATED Grip Left Me With a Cough If during the winter you had the grip and arc still suffering from the after effects, now is the ! ; time to get rid of it. Pcruim is your remedy. A V.ry Bid CouoK Str. 8. J. Kounts. 101& Hcovel St, Xaahvlllo. Tcnn, write "I have 'had v ery had couch nearly nil my life. I have taken almost every kind of couch medicine, hut none did me much Rood. I would havo pcll of couKhmif that 1 thought X would coush myself to death. I took 1 runa, and Inst winter and ttU winter I havo had no coush and I know that Verona cured ma, 1 was always thin and dellcato. very y to catch cold, but I am well now and enjoying Rood health. I reel that I owe It all to reruna.' A Svtr Cat of drip, , Mr. W. P. Drown. It. 1'. I), , Ilox St, Itoircrsvlllo, Tenn., writes) "X recommend I'cruna to all sufferers of catarrh o...

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. — 15 January 1915

PAGE SIX. TH1 DtJXANT W1JSKLT KIWI FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1015. : t The Master Key COPYRIGHTED 1914 By JOHN FLEMING WILSON The New Flot. HE morning brought John Uorr, itutli Gallon nnd Thorn tit Knoe together to discuss tlio problems before tbetn. Tbo papers so necessary for the con eummntluu of ttic denl Unit Everett had proposed were tiguln lost Whore Uicy were gone, whether they hnd In deed fallen Into Wllkersun's hands, nono could loll. Hut more Immediate yet wns the need of extricating John. Two plnln clothes men already wit nenr by, ready to tiike lilin to prison, on a charge of killing Henry fell. "It's really only n formality." Mid tbo mannger of the hotel. "The tnnn iwns n robber nnd Mr, Dorr tried to cnptnro him. ns ha hnd every eight to do, nnd the mnn wns killed." Ths foiled to comfort Ruth. To her mind the presence of this burly officers, tho fnct thnt John Dorr wns under ar rest In n strango city, made her feet that her burdens wero too great to bear. Sho snt holding the ...

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. — 15 January 1915

TIUDAY, .JANUARY in, 1813. THE DURANT WEKKLY KKWi PAGE BKVKW . 4 J $ $ $ $ ij f .j (j t $ 5 LEGAL advertisements 4 4 jj s , . i ,;, ,j (j, , ,; (, jj, ,j ,j, ,3, First insertion December 25. Fifth insertion January 22. Warning Order. Stato of Oklahoma, County of Bryan, In tlio District Court, March Term, 1915. Jdary rhilltps Whiting, . . Plnintlff. vs. o. 2111 Norton Whiting Defendant. Tho dofondant, Morton Whiting, is hereby notified that ho has been surd the plaintiff on or hoforo tho 8th V Mary Phillips Whiting and mus ' answer tho petition f i 1 o d by day of February, 1015, or petition -will ho taken as truo and Judgment tor nbsoluto dlvorco and restoration of plaintiff's maiden name, will bo Tendered accordingly. Witness my official signature and steal this the 21st day of December, 3JUA. W. A. JONES. Clerk of tho District Court. "UTTEIIDAOK & Mac DONALD, Attorneys for Plaintiff. ' Tirst Insertion December 25. Fifth insertion January 22. "Notlco of Sheriff Salo of Lands Fo...

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. — 15 January 1915

n?Aon niairr. THE DUXANT WKEKtT MXWI FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1918. GOV. WILLIAMS INAUGURATED Jdons now existing. IcrrpfN Platform Pledge Llterall) 'Holding office Is to bo a serious 'thing with this administration. The Trlend I lovo the most Is the ono who Is willing to mako tlio sacrifice for the public good, nnd the ono 1 will nbhor tho most Is tho ono who wants to hold on to a sinecure, or an offlcn or a place on a board that can be rea aonnbly abolished, or dispensed with. "When we pledge tho peoplo of Ihls state that wo would -make pre cautionary measures so as to mnno machine politics an Impossibility tn Ihls state, so far as I am concerned, nnd I am suro that tho other stato officers ,as well os members of Iho legislature elected upon these .name platform declarations, occupy tho same position. I take it to mean Just wliat tt says, and that during tho administration wo will carry tho pleflgo Into effect. Wo go Into of fice In control of all branches of tills government under thos...

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. — 22 January 1915

Durant Weekly News OrPIOIAL NJ5W8PAPER OP THK COUNTY OP BRYAN y; VOLUME XIX. DUIIANT, OKLAHOMA t'lftllAY, .IANTAUY !!2, 11)13. NUMBER Tllltr.IJ " ( o. ( ' DRUG COMPANY IS LIQUIDATED Stonc-Klmbilcl Drug Company l)ls willed nnd Two New Concern are (ho Outgrowth; ono l Stone Drag Company! tlio other Is Kim- brlcl's Drug Store. At the meeting of tho Stockholi ra of tho Stono Klmbrlcl Drug Co., wholcsalo and retail druggist, held Wednesday night, tho twentieth of this month, tho affairs of tho com pany woro liquidated, and two now concerns woro organized from tho old company. S. V. Stono, for sovcral yearn tho president of tho company and who for tho past threo years has managed tho Third avenuo store for tho com pany, retains tho Third avenuo stand -and Is tho head of tho now firm 'which is to do business under tho namoNof tho Stono Drug Company. Mr. Stono keeps tho onttro wholo salo business of tho old firm and -that part of tho retail business rep resented by tho Third nvonuo storo, I...

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. — 22 January 1915

tHU iMH'W WAC.n TWO THE DUJtAKT WEXKLT KIWI FRIDAY, JANUARY , WIS. J, I !, i t. .?. 4 r V m Eli', WILLIAMS ; READS MESSAGE tMANV THINGS BROUGHT TO THE CONSIDERATION OF THE LEGISLATURE. XAPITOL BUILDING BSG PROBLEM 'Rural Crtdlts. Lower Interest Rite, AbcNtte.i cf SUte Boards and Cuts In Salaries Art Recoewa ended. Oklahoma City Gov. Williams, m 90s irst aae-easo to the Utfctatir iM. fa brief T the Seaate aad Hoose of Reace seatatlve ot the Stat of Oklahoma: "At the begteatac of the areeeat q-E4raaahMB la toe roeramBt ot this Sut, 1 desire to saemlt tor the coo talBeratsoa ot Year Hoaorabte Bodies as follows: The State CapltsL -At toe extraordlaary MMa ol The Lastsmtor of Ml, aa AM was passed jcovtdia- tor toe eaestroeUoe ot a State OaoltoL creattas a state - Capitol Coasmseotoa. sold Osaeme is roawlred to melaum Its oatce aac 4oM Its sesitoat at toe seat of fw -g am sal Cm Commhvaoaer skat Nevr Appropriation Necessary. dossars per aaaasa. aad exsnauos. -To State Capital Commtwloa If...

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. — 22 January 1915

FIUtUY, JANUARY 22, ttM. THE DUXANT WXKKLY N1WI 1'AOK THRKK .tffctf I, ) .. i . K SUMMER SCHOOL PLANS ARE MADE President Canterbury Inuet Letter SettliiR forth policies for Coming Summer Sexton President Canterbury In scnd'ntf tho followlnc; letter to each County Superintendent In tho Southeastern Normal School District. As tho In fonnntlon contained therein will doubtless bo of Interest to every teacher and prospective teacher In the district, wo quoto tho letter In full. Dear Superintendent: Now, to business for tho summor term of Southeastern State Norton! School which will -open May 24tn, continue probably nlno wcoks of six days each, and close Saturday, July 24th. Almost ovory county superintend ent of the twelve, counties In tho Southeastern Normal School District has promised to hold big aummor normal Instltuto with us this your. The tcachors of Oklahoma realise more fully than over before the -nl-mo of higher education and profes sional training, and they see practi cal Illu...

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. — 22 January 1915

fripay, JAXi'Anv aa, it. FAGS FOUR THK DUltAKT WEEKLY KW h Durant Weekly News Otlldal l'svpcr of Hrjrvn County Published Ererr Friday at 114 N. Third Avenue. Durant. Oklahoma. Entered as Second Class Mall Mat ter at the Post Office at Durant, Oklahoma, under Act ot Congress of March 3rd. 1S79. K. M EVANS. Editor and Publisher vwwmmx A FARMER'S SALE DAY. The Industrial department ot the M. K. & T. reports that through the efforts of Fred I Werner, secretary of the commercial club and J. A. Farquharson. county farm agent of Logan county, a monthly sle day ion the farmers has been Inaugurat ed at Guthrie. Oklahoma. A unique feature is the provision for a sale day for the farm women. The following account of the first sale day Is plren in Mr. Famuhar son's weekly report: Today is the first monthly sales day of farm products. It fe a great uceeH. Notwithstanding the very bad weather the farm ers wero out In great numbers and offered for sale on the auc tion corner everything from an ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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