Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1, Friday, October 17, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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Langford & nails 0295. 3.4.
NLangford & nails - 8 295 D.aa
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A. Klrboy - - 8 3U "
M. Wren N 40 It 8 304 1.70
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X' J Standlfer. - 2 330
A. J. Starimter-S ..33L . .2
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AV. P. Colo liiit nalt' 1 34 2S3
W. V. Colo laBt half 2 -844 Xr
J. C. Hill-. u. uV. & 3nfl52 3.23
J. C. Hill - - - -4 & 5 352 3.23
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COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE
a.iyhy Is "advertised mcrchnndl&f
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five unaavoruscu morcnaa-
jncJ his question is often asked by
638 riclinn8 and otnors- Thore are
ay reasons wny.
'erJa of money advertising his par
manufacturer who sponds largo
lar brand of products must ncc-.
rlly livo up to tho statements
lo In hils advertising In order 'to
Ills nroducts In ntnnilv ilnninnfl
?lthJi may bo Induced to make a trial'
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A. J. Wells - - 1 & 2
J. D. Baiton . - 1
J. D. Barton ... .2'
A 'D. DIppey ... .3
Maud McCnlib . . - 2 .
G. S. Bruce last half G
M5Glnty .' - 3 '
C W. Hasklns . 11
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C. W. Hasklns W 3 ft 14
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purchaflo of a certain arjlcjo by rea-
son of soolng it contlnuojialy advor-
UbciI but unless your purchaao ful-
fils promlaca mado In tho advertis-
ing you do not repeat tho purchase
j No manufacturer can afford to lot
his ''advortised products" fall below
JilB "advertised claims" in which caso.
mssausfled trlal-purcliasors would not
only fall to Topcat but would volun
tfer tho Information among their ac
quaintanccs that a certain brand of
merchandise had not mado good.
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Big lot tf Men's and Young
Mens yoolauit8 in Blue Serge
Brown Gray and Fancy Mix-
tures sizes 34 to 44. These
are suits which we bought at a
special price. All regular $15
suits our price '
Large assortment of W. S.
Peck guaranteed all wool suits
all the leading colors and the
newest styles of this season.
Regular $20 and $25 suits oUr
$15 to $18
We guarantee to fit you and
please you. Don't fail to give
us a look.
as t-SKI'IVV-ro ttr t.lllVIKAlIT
"DURANT - - - . OKLAHOMA
$orP A CASII BALAiVCE OF $12wM
ty ) OX THE LAST BAY OF
41ilnfl Tina Atili nM IIih .!
wiw iiuo vmj vu iiuLv iuu uaiuuu?
cot of County- Cicrk McCrcary' ls-1
ijjd for goptembcr 30 1913 to realise
nat the finances of Uryan colihty aro
81 A 1 nnnrtlitnn
During the month there was collect -
d tho tidy sum of ?7G38.08 as fol-
owa: Current taxes. $5071.07: 1911
axes $243.39; 1910 taxes; J69.91;
1909 taxes $78.39; 1908 taxes $42.80 J
forrott taxes $427.45; redemption-
fund $53.60 and miscellaneous $1.-
At tho close of tho month tho' county
possessed tho sum of $42016.58 lit
real money in Its sovoral depositories
which was distributed as follows:
D'urant National $2178.01
Investment Account 1952.99
First National Durant 10000.00
Guaranteed State Durant -- 2000.00
First State. Bokchlto. T l.SOO.Oo'
First National Bokchlto ... 2000.00
Fjrst National Beningtdh ' 1500.00
First National 'CoIb'er'tV-- JjeOjJ
First National Achllie.'-'. - -1600.00
Oklahoma -State Caddo 1600.0'J
Security National Caddo 2.000.09
First Bank of Kemp 1500.00
First Statb Achillo 1500.00
Bennington National 1500.00
Farmers State Kcneflck 1-.500.00
Caddo National!- 1- . - L 3000.09
Flrpt State' Duranti 1500.00
Flrat National Keneflck 2000 00
National Reserve N. Y. 884.58
FIrjst National Calera 1000.60
GOUJiTY MEDICAL ASSX. APPOIXTS
COMMITTEE TO DEYISE WAYS
We guarantee to every purchaser of Columbia Double-Disc
Records bat tho material UBed in tholr construction is of hotter
quality finer surface and more durablo texture than that enter-
ing nto tho manufacture df disc recordB of any other mako ro-
gar esa of their cost. Wo further gunrantee that tholr ropro-
du ag qualities aro superior to tlioso of any othor disc record on
the narkot and that their life la longer than that of any othor
dls record under any name at any price.
Phono 262 Main Street Durant
M(ST PEKFEOT HABY
To liltlo Anna Dee Rice wontv-
nlrio months old daughter of itr. ailU'
Mrs. B. B. Rice of Muakogeo belong
tho distinction of being the neqre'-ir
porfect baby in Eastern Oklahoma;-ti
tered In tho "Better Babies" contest
at tho New State Fair at Muskagoo.
The l'lttlo MuBkogeo girl came neast Sheriff Ruol Taylor and placed In Jail.
but Booa.ballcd out and will answer
attaining tho 100 per cent perfection
act as the Btandard for tho. contest.
Her grade wa3 about 4 per cent below
' j The Bryan County Medical Associa-
tion comprising overy regular physic-
ian in tho county met hero Tuesday
pTcsIdent J. L. Austin In tho chair
and among other things discussed tho
proposed hospital for this county and
a motion that tho chair appoint a
committee of tbreo to devise ways and
means of securing the hospital was
It was the sense of the meeting that
a. modern hospital Is ono of this coun-
ty's most urgent needs and it was
suggested that after the first cast of
ejection is mot that each church ao-
clety and - the county and city each
maintain one ward.
It is expected that within a couplj
of weeks the committee will have a
report to make as to means of secur-
ing the hospital which will bo printed
FRANK ROBERTS ARRESTED BY
COUNTY OFFICERS WHEN .RE
LEASED BY COMMISSIONER.
Frank Roberts a notorious charac-
ter around town was arrested Monday
morning at the Instance of U. S. Spec-
ial Officer Daniel on a charge of vio-
lating the Federal liquor laws nnd
wasaken before U. S. Commissioner
W..F Sterrett wncdlsmlssed tho. caso
against -Roberta giving his reason ns
lack of evidence against him. Roberta
wna Immediately arrested by Deputy
to tho county.
According to the statement of Mr.
Daniel ho had followed a trunk load
THEY ARE BEAUTIES TO
Behold and a
pleasure to own.
Nothing like them foir
economy in purching.
Economy in fuel saving
temper saving and
make you haye pleasant
smiles and dreams.
Prices within reach of
of boozo from Dallas and laid in wait
to nab thc person who claimed tho
trunk. He nllegca that Roberts gave
the check to the trunk to a local cab
driver to get for him and that aa soon
aa tho trunk wns delivered Daniel
caused the arrest oB Roberta who was
taken before tho commissioner. Mr.
Daniel saya that pn tho wltncas stand
tho cab driver and othora from whom
ho accured information told a differ-
ent 8tory thnn they hnd told him pre-
viously. In passing oij. tho matter
Commissioner Sterrett bo It la report-
ed stated that it waa the Special Agent
rathor than Itoberts who was guilty
of introducing liquor Into tho state.
.CRUCE CLAIMS RIGHT
TO CRITICIZE COURT
In a lettor Issued Saturday Gov.
Cruco makes a rejolndor to the opin-
ion of tho Criminal Court of Appeals
In tho Crump case wherein tho Gov-
ornor waa acvorely criticised' for ut-
terances alleged to havo been mado
about tio court. The Btatoment la in
tho form of an address to Judgo Thom-
a8 II. Doyle member of tho court who
wroto the oplnioln and in which tho
Governor cxplalna that ho has as
much right to offer critlclsm8 of the
court na has tho court to criticise his
own acts and deeds.
WRECK OX FRISCO
Tho Frisco east-bound passenger
train due throrigh Durant at 8:57
wenUnto tho ditch near Klnlock west
of Mead Monday morning the engine
Jumping tho track and turning over
and several cars being derajlcd. Sev-
eral passengers were slightly bruised
and the engineer was painfully cut
and bruised about tho head but not
seriously hurf The fireman and other
members of jtho crew were injured.
The cause o the wreck is said to have
been spreading rails .due to rotten tics.
Forrest Johnson is laid up this week
and under the care of a physician on
account of poisoning from poison oak.
C. RAtJM AND GUARANTEED
STATE BAXK BOTH WIN SlITS
AGAINST CITY ' V '
The most important cases in Dis-
trict Court thl week were thoao.Ia
which B. C. Baum and the Guaranteed.
Stato Bank each sued tho city oi'wa.r-
rants issued some tlmo ago which tho
city had' failed to take up and judg-
ments were issued in both cases.
Thcso suits woro similar to tho case
of Fred Lowry trustee vs. the City of
Durant which was heard rocently all
being to collect debts owing by tho
city. The difference in tho Lowry caso
and tho Baum and bank cases was la
the fact according to tho opinion pf
Judge Jobbo M Hatchett that while
tho warrants on which tho plaintiff in
tho Lowry caao sought to recover were
Issued when the city at that tlmo had
no monoy available for same the city
at tho .tlmo tho warrants sued on in
tho Baum and bank cases were issued
had a fund sufficient to covor theso
warrnrits and wero therefore a logal
chargo against the city and enforceable.
35 PRISONERS RELEASED
Seventy-two prisoners have been re-
leased from the Stato penitentiary
since Monday afternoon. Thirty-five
went out on expiration of time but
thlrty-Bcvon released today wero dis-
charged undor tho law passed' by the
Legislature at Us last session known
as the "Good-Time" law. This law was
recognized by tho wardon nfter Judge
P. B. Colo In the District Court hold It'
to be retroactive thus shortening the
ternis of many prlsonors.
Jas. E. Downen of the First State
Bank goes to Lawton this "week where
he will appear as witness before the
Federal Court in session there.
. ... .v - '
Judge R. L. Williams of tho Okla-
homa Supromo Court and ' probable
next Governor of ''Oklahoma was in
Durant attending to' business matters
' :j- ' i- i .X.. :. -
The High Cost H
' VTr-v - I 'O!
Come in and let us show you
YORK FURNITURE GO.
Third and Evergreen
Can be materially de-
creased by anyone who
uses good judgment in
buying and who by investigating
real values makes his dollars go
as far as they can be made to go.
We ask you to compare quality
style prices and values at our
place with others before you
spend your money. You'll find
a tremendous difference in quality
as well as prices.
In All Clothing Stores
and Furnishing Houses'
This store can undoubtedly save
you money because we ourselves
buy in the modern way investi-
gating comparing ''finding out"
what i3 the most desirable most
satisfactooy most up-to-date and
the most value for the money.
Over 400 Men's and
Young Men's Suits
From $9.00 to $25.00
250 Boy's Suits $2.00 to $10.00
Men's Shoes $2.50 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 and $6.00
You're welcome to try them on.
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1, Friday, October 17, 1913, newspaper, October 17, 1913; Durant, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82569/m1/1/: accessed January 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.