Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 19, Ed. 1, Friday, May 14, 1915 Page: 1 of 8
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orriOfAL KJRWSPATER OT THK COUNTY OF
HV11AXT OKI.lllOMA. I IHHU. MAY II. lllTflT
1ViMinU Uuamntee av
V ' "'
Attack m Vo.K liens 'V.
tnus and Xon.Oomlwxtnnt.. P
many Withdraw Warnlm? to
crtcan llccnrdlnc Tvmtd.
- The solo t the United Statw to
Germany rotative to tho nklnjc f
th LuMtanla was cabled to "Berlin
Thursday. The note. In rrlendly. but
firm terms demands that Germany
guarantee that that government will
hereafter retrain trow attacking .
sol ot belligerent powers that carry
neutral and non-combatant and ro-
oltos.the screntl ontrapos that -
been perpetrated by Germany a cutest
the Unltl Stales aaionc them the!
slnklnc ef tho FallaVa OhUUmM mmI!
;. . ;
The United aiate dcnlOB 0r -
aays right to do thoto things and
aomanas a sinei aecouaiin? tor an
' Tbc at which in oxpeetod at once
ad the nsat naanclnl reparation Uto tho Hlek plan. UCtxBO tfvlnc
lMidedtf Germanv. I feor MW of M0 . fmL Th
Tho note nsrt9 the richt of neu- Kty plan prortdedonl1600 square
trais to traverse tho seas on anyjfeot of apaeo. The womon'a rest
Tcseol and to any port and tho Unit- room and the mnoklnic room are en-
od State. In tht name of humanity. J larked In the same proportion while
daraaacU a. (nmranteo that thee the ticket office. UcRcage room and
Tichts will be oheerTed. (negro wnltinp room and so forth are
It Is made plain to Germany that of the same slie as suggested by the
the United States will leave nothing railroads.
undone either In a diplomatic way.) At the conference In Oklahoma
or through other action to obtain! City In February between the repro-
Gefmany's compliance with the de-
mands. Wednesday advertisements prlnFed
In eastern newspapers by German
ambassadors warning Americans not
to take passage on ships of beligRcr-
ent nations were ordered canceled
Intense excitement prevails In the
American and German official head-
quarters at Washington. v
XDrrons' sECTAt train KTiiis
While returning from Stillwater
herc the Oklahoma editors spent
Sunday a train carrying 200 rnem-
"bers of the Oklahoma State Press As-
sociation near Itlpley. Sunday cven-
Ing. thirty miles east of Guthrie ran
" . j ...... j . j -
lato a buggy ami killed Mr. and Mrs.
TarAh TlAt-r thA fUVUIUfltK. Tho htlP-
gy was stmck sparely. both man and.
wife being mashed about the heads
and several bones broken. The odl-
tors had been to Stillwater an a jaunt
as the elofdag feature of their three-
day convention. They had Inspected
the college and had been served with
a dinner every article on the mean
The largest meeting ever held by
the Oklahoma State Pr"ess Associa-
tion in the twenty-five years of Its
"history. Uosed at Guthrie Saturday
ly the election of officers for the
iext year." Following are the offi-
cers elected: President. George H.
Foster of Wagoner; vice presidents
"Byron Noval. Ada: Mrs. E. P. Mar-
tin. Miami: R. W. Wesel. Frederick;
seereury and treasurer E. S. Bron-
sen. El Reno.
General Manager Beacon of the
Roek Island railway proscntod at
. Jlat 4fi a I
propotitioc to the editors from the
Tallways of the southwest to build a
"borne forOklahoma editors at Med-
crine Park ln the "Wichita mountains
the newspapers of the state to repay
the railways In space In tbelr publl-
tions to be used by the publicity
nartjents of the railways. Tho
proposition was accepted nd
nose will be built at once.
GOOD ROADS CPMMITTKE
The collection committee ot the
tj -- rnnfv Good Roads Associa
tion is busy this -eek taking the jthcr of the murdered child offered
money away from the local business j a reward of ono thousand dollars at
people to build roads la the county I the time of the killing but. although
lZ vn .hem In shape. Every bmvi detectives were placed on tho track
Iness bouse has been assessed an inl-
tlal payment and a monthly payment
in proportion to Its ability to pay
and the committee is not tak.n'g a
"No." It Is getting the coin.
"WEixnr rnr Friday xiciit
The young people of the Epworth
league of the local JL E. church are
risking blB preparations for a "Wr.l-
Ie" fry which will be pulled Mf at
the city park here Friday &!;h The
joung folks will meet at the home
of the Misses Stephenson at S-cntb
and Lire Oak and from tberu will 30
to the park where "welntes" and
ctr-ervfonns of refreshment will hi
NEW PLAN FOR
Tl . '"!. U:. Wl IWjheew wotfans: thl. k ou h road
for Union Station Willed Will CVt
"""" " in ri. iittttnfito the
-Vu .tallnvml Plan Hut larger. "
When It wns found that the Man
submitted hy hath tiro Katy and the
Frteo railroad. rampante for ...
ion station In this etty were t0 mall
to awomwodata the traveling public
ftt thl point fmi wma ' ."
fa.U very Mill.. If Ur7'.Jtt
th.!- 8uuIoh. W Ickl of
. .- vmi-wnnin imt an irniiBP ntiiuia
tniraty. wag mnpieyetl to draw tolana
around tb ma n.. .o-
i. w.-.J J "."""":
The nlaa h.r. h n.i
bM0 nBswl nd
" HHrt Jewelry More whore
mny people haw been In to oxntnta
thetn. and all of whom voice their
approval of the plant.
The mala wait Inr room ncenrillnp
sontatives of the railroads tho city
of Durant and the Corporation Com-
mission. It was agreed that tho rail-
roads must build a depot which would
cost not to exceed H 5.000. and build
it on plans acceptable to Durant.
The railroads then submitted plans
either of which could have been built
for $15000 according to local con-
tractors. Tho plans wore natur&lly rejected
and Mr. Hicks was employed to draw
more suitable ones. In-vlew of the
fact that the plans Bult Durant and
are. well under the maximum set by
the railroads. It seems now that the
railways will have no further-oxcuso
to offer. It Is very likely that the
'V' " -" ; .
'the station built as coon as Commis-
Prt-Tnrtlnn PnmmUetnH mI11 n.la
'sloner Honshaw returns from Chica-
E "patter of this month.
UTTRItnA CK IXJURKD KVE
Attorne-v W. K. Uttorback Is con-
ftnod to bis home this week with a
very -ore eye. which Is requiring tho
attention of an eye specialist. As
Mr Utterback was coming from Ant
lers on the train the other day n cin-
der struck htm in tho oye. Ho did
not know that it had lodged and tho
eye gave him considerable trouble.
Several days later the specialist was
called and removed the partlclo but
the eye had become Infected.
ATTRMPT TO KILT Till".
An attompt was made Sunday in.
Mexico to aasaseinate Roque Gonzalea
Oarza the convention provicional
president of Mexico. The attempt
was made by troops undor General
t Barona who wore repulsed by the
troops coming to the president's res
cue. The situation ln Mexico as n
result of t herupture botwecn Garza
and Zapata Is said to bo critical.
Gorms.voR OFlfP; RKWAltD
FOR PAUMXB MSI!I SliAYI'lt
Governor Williams announced on
Sunday of this wel: that the State
of Oklahoma would give a reward ot
two hundred dollars for tho arrest
and conviction of tho slayer of "Miss
Pauline Am sol which occurred In
this city last November. Jake Amsel
to "cvcral weeks the criminal was
never found and It Is hollered that
the additional reward offered by tho
state may reyult in tho capture of the
arch fiend who murdered the girl.
nRICTC CLAY AT IJCNWrXCTOX
Arcordln to the last Issue of the
Bennington ''Tribune" tho farm of
Jack Jon ea who lives a mllo'north
of that place abounds In a flno grade
of brick clay. Samples of bricks
made from it are being exhibited In
Bennington and are attracting con-
siderable attention. It Is believed to
be there In quantity that would
make the establlshnVjiit of a brick
plant a profitable venture.
rmmT HOT ISP NEWS
I'lUotior on Plnttoi- Bond
The haeh of rount ronUU -me
near PlaQer. hud are rapidly making supervision of the county suporiu-
Iftied Vaasalda ro.vla out of bad ones. lndt will bo held Thursday and
Cmoity Commissioner lien llultwimn .'1iI4- of this vwk the following
wm oHt to wnjbh th pang at wrK Places U the eounty: CRtora. Aeh-
urn wen antt m- that they are
ing iohio goon work.
Lewi lv Bond I
0. A. Lewis wo In Fohrnnry. It la
m ... .
c "?" 01 n'" "B Wto
l Ull0n el ln wm wift
T'fLrT" m"1 t""". !.
tho depot tho latter being also shot
In the arm la out on bond In th?
sum of $1.00. the houd being ftlr4Uttul advancement the work of
nishea Tuesday of this week. I.ewtadho county's schools.
was Uouud otor to nwnlt-the action
of tho district court.
.Wosment Rook Clo-ed
County Asaenor nil ots In
formed the reporter this week that
tho asMoetnent rolls of Bryan emtutj
would be finally closed Sattirdny
nisht of this week and that 'all par
sons imtKt tako notice that (tio lWJ
provides that after tiio nsseasor hag
enlletl at one's placft rind found flof
one at homo ho shall then send the
blanks to the person whose duty -lt
Is to fill them In and return them to
the aewor. Whore this Is not done
tho taxpayer Is flnod ono stiver dOl
lar whtqh Ib figured will bo tho art.
dltionnl cost to the nssossor to se-
cure tho rendition. .-
N'lrolds 0kmis I.rtw Office
Richard Nicolds for two. ' years
deputy clerk of the district court un-
der Clerk Jones made preparations
til's week to opon a law office hfro
for tho practice of his chosen profes-
sion. Mr. Nicolds was admitted to
the bar In 1010 and practiced with
h's father in Caddo for a while when
he went to work In thodlstrlct clerk's
office to fnmlllarizo 'himself with
court procedure. He will have quar-
ters in the orfice of E. E. Fuller &
County Buys Protertograplm
The county has recently Installed
a couple of new model Protectcgrnph
check writers one for tho troaiurer
arid one for tho county clerk Theso
machines the same as nro holng us-
by tho banks write tho cheek for the
exact amount nnd tho wrltlug thus
made cannot bo changed or removed
thus eliminating nny possibility ot a
check's being raised or mutilated.
Plntter .School Closlnjj
Tho county superintendent's
partment is authority for tho state- of (he .county to iivall himself of the
ment that the closing exorclsos of the opportunity to attend tho Instltuto
public schools at Platter will ho held the work of which In very helpful to
this wook Thursday and Friday 'ho tcachur nnd which will groatly fn-
nights. Good programs will ho glvcllltato tholr work of toaohlug In tho
en both nights. years'1 to come.
Superintendent's Aiinunl Letter
County Superintendent Nooly -s
preparing his annunl lotter. 4q thoj whoso Horvtcos nt the court house
directors of the various schools ot the have grown to bo Indliponsablo Is to
county which will bo sent out In ; marry nnd for a short tlmo tho
June. With the lotter will bo Rant county will havo to do without' his
along blanks for the making of ostI-;ervIc6. Lncy leaves Friday night
mates for tho expenses of U10 various 0f this week for Grenola Knnsas
schools for tho noxt fiscal year. j whore on Sunday he will bo united
1 In marriage to Miss Rolla Do Etta
S-n00 Suit In District Court ' Burris of that plnco. MIsh IlurrJn Is
A suit for debt on a noto vn.s filed 1 Quito woll known horo having boon
In tho district court Tuesday whore- employed during tho campaign last
by G. W. Lokey asks Judgment on a year by tho local Williams hoadqunr-
note and sustaining of an attachment tors nnd later by tho Chamber of
against tho Antlers Nnrsery & Fruit Commorco. Following tholr mar
Co. J. Q. Adams ot nl. Tho amount marriage thoy will spend a short
asked for is 12499.00 with intorest tlmo in travel nftor which they will
Hayes and Mcintosh aro attorneys return to Durant and mako this tholr
for the plaintiff. jfuturo homo.
Monday afternoon at tho Mctho-
odlst church occurtod tho marriage
of Mr. G. F. Harris of Tils city to
Mrs. K. McKlnnoy of Piano Texas "of tho Christian church of UiIh city
Roy Thurston Campbell officiating j of fcctl'o Juno 1st was horo Tucb-
Mr and Mrs. Harris aro making their ! day making Homo arraugomonts for
home at 923 West Everbi:i timet taking up his work horo. Dr. Ofjlo
in this city. Mr. Harris has been
Identified with tho business Interests
of this city for several years and Is
t present engaged in tfo insuranco
GROCERY STORK ROIHIED
Tho Davis grocery store fln tho
northwest par-tof town was robbed
Saturday night a sack of flour and
several articles of canned goods bo-Jt Is understood In Oklahoma City
Ing taken bytno thleres. Entrance1 that tho governor win not offer any
was secured to the building by pry- reward for tho capture and conviction
Ing open a window in the rear. No of the members of tho mob ' who
arrests iaro been mado and no clue ' lynched Dr. B. E Ward at Norman
were left by tho Intrudera Sunday . . .
liahtlt UiAde KuwithtulliJii
I'lamlneii-H. t ...kh. j.
.late diploma conduct. under .hi
.tft-Jlle. nekchlto. Caddo and A tunny.
Tnirlioi- Make Good Klumlmr.
The county sunerlHteHdtuit'ii .1-.
Pertinent reports that tho tmieh.r.
h" coV " "r made In
vnMr "" l'rU tho beat ow.
n .hat ... evr bNn made b th
toachera of the eotititv sttie state.
hood. This appears to show n con-
Tllsvty (JrunttMl llotnl
jWm. Tiwsey. of Ma toy. who was
Oharaed with disposing of mortgaged
property had an oxamlnluK trial on
Tuesday In the court of Juatlre golt
Shannou and was bound over to
await tho action of the county court
In the ui of $310 which bond waa
wnde promptly and the defendant r-
Offleot Srvlii Chll l'nHr
Deputy ' Shortrf Mel'atrlrts has
I been at DennliiBton this wssk and
Moputy Wright has bean At Oalera
serving civil import.
Ageo Pleads (Jtilltj-
W. T. Agoo who wns nrrustod nt
Plhttflr last week nt tho same Unto
that Pont MoKlnnoy was nrrosted for
shooting up tho town nppoarod bo-
fore Judgo Rnppolco Tuesday nfter-
noon.liud entered ti plea of guilty to
thj chnrgo of transporting. Ho wns
lvon( n fifty dollar fino and thirty
tlnys in Jail. Agee had oightoon
quirts of boozo in his possesion when
arrested. Ho Rnys that his homo is
In Rotf nnd that tho whisky wns for
his own use. nnd that lio had not Hold
any of It and did not intend to soil it.
WHIN Pleads Guilty
Beforo County Judgo Rnppolee
this wook apponrod Clydo Willis who
entered a plea of guilty to violation
of tho prohibition laws. Willis wns
given tho rogulntlotPflne of fifty dol-
lars and a sentence of thirty days In
Xeoly Asks Toucher to go to Xormnl
Tho Normal School division of the
sutnmor term of tho S. H. Stnlo Nor-
mal will open horo May 31st and will
last for four woeka. County Supr-
do-'lntendont Nooly urges ovory tenchor
Lacy (itliiii'h ( Mnrry
Lncy Orimns. deputy court clerk
REV OGLE HAS LKAHKD
THE LEWIS HOMI2
Dr. Ogle of Pirli Toxus who haH
been recently called to tho pastorate
mado nrrangomnnts for leasing tho
homo of Frank Lewis on Fourth Av-
enuo and Llvo Oak strcot which Mr.
LowJs had recontly vacated to movo
Into tho Mayor placo on Woht Ever-
green stroot which ho recontly pur-
chased. NO REWARD FOR LYNCHERS
Although not announced officially
1200 LIVES LOST
I'tvolilont WIUou tluiiiti Alan-
ment luottMtd of I'otco lit the t'rl.
sl Alituit ifto VlrtliiTs Ainuiktoo.
The sinking of the Cnnanl liner
"l.usltnnla" the esstd being
torpedoed by a Ocrmtui subma-
rine In tho harbor of Cork off the
Irish coast at o'eloek Inst Friday
artornoon Is tjow known to have emit
the llvt of rrto'ro thnn twolve hun-
dred poofjli. many of whom were wo-
men and about one hundred nnd fif-
ty of whom wore American citizens.
Tho vessel's enptftln sighted n aub-
tnnrine nt 2 o'clock find In another
moment n awful explosion occurred
followed ft tioulid Inter by another
and tho huge boat Haled lo port nnd
sank wlthtn hnlf nn hortr. Tho H. O.
S. ball was sent out In nil directions
by the 'wlrolew operator nttd lit n
short tlmo many small boats hail
como tho ten miles from Innd to the
roseuo. But tho vnssol had stink nnfl
only about one-third of the passon-
gera wore wtvad. Othors wofo pick-
ed up from tho waters whoro thoy
had kept nflont by clinging to plooos
of wreckage nnd some ot those died
Inter from tho oxpostiro.
Among tho dond nro lomo ot-Atnor-Icn'n
most prominent citizens. Some
of thorn nro: l'lbntt lluhhnrd fam-
ous editor of tho Fra Philistine nnd
other publications nnd his wife;
Chnrlcs Frohmnn famous thcnlrloat
mngnalo; Alfred O. Viuidorbllt Dr
Poarsohs of Now York and others.
Anion? tho dead whH ono cotton mnn
from Gnlncsvllle Toxas a Mr. Mood-
lo who Is known In Durant. Ho and
Mr. R K. TlmmliiH of tho siud
placo wore follow-pnssengors nt'd
gnvo tholr life bolts lo womun pnsHort-
gors wlion It was scon that the ves-
sel would sink. Mr. Tlmmlns wns
nblo to keep ntloat until succor nr.
Many person encourngedby tho
stewards who urged that tho vessel
would not sink- romnlned on bniil.
even disdaining Nfo don llfo belts.
Others took to tho llfo bonis and In
nn ordorly way the rulo ot tho sua
"Wotnon nnd Children First being
strictly adhered to. Boats could not
be Ijutiehod on ono side ot tho ves-
sel owing to tho fact that tho vessel
II 1 i(I badly on that side.
Many talos of heroism nnd brnvery
are told by tho survivors. Many of
thi mon who porlshoi" gnvo placo In
the llfo bonis to othors and "woitTen
when thoy could liavo saved them-
wives. Mllllonnlro A. O Vniu'mbllt.
already sontod In n boat gnvo hl
plnco to a woman frgjn tho Htoorngo
and ho himself wont down to donth
v hen the vessel sank.
Captain Tumor of tho vngiM wns
nt his pout till tho Inst and as thu
esiol sank lower climbed hlgaor In-
to tho rigging nnd was finally pick-
od up from ho wator nnd saved al-
though Hourly drowned.
Previous to tho sailing of tho von-
sol tho German embassy nt New
York printetl advertisements worn-
Ing all Americans of tho ilnnrer of
Inking passaKo on tho '.usltanln. Tho
Iden was laughed nt nnd Captain
Tumor enld that tho talk of n sib-
mnrlno sinking tho huge liner nun
tho best Joko ho hail honrd. Follow-
Ing the sinking Rilvorttsomuntd ngnln
apponrod wurriltiB Amorlcnnn of tho
risk thoy took in ongnglng passage
upon any voasu) bound for WtikIIhIi
ports and flying a flng of England
nr of any of tho allies.
Presldont Wilson nnd bin cnblnot
Jinvo boon dlscURsIng quostlonn u ris-
ing from the situation ovnry day
slitco tho occurroiico. It Is ndniHted-
ly tho most serlotiBovnt so fur as
this country Is concerned that hni
impponed since tho docloratlop of
war. Thoro is n Brant wnvo of publlr
ttontlmnnt favoring the declaration of
war against Germany and tho sink-
ing of tho fnmouH vossel which -wns
doro without even warning or the
riving of tnio for iinssongertt to got
nway Is characterized uh nothing
Mhort of ""Vholesnjojn-irdor and ut-
-- Tho 'Uriflod" States warned Gor-
many following tho doolaratlon by
that country ot a blockado around
tbo British - Isles that this govern-
ment would "hold Oormany to a strict
accountability for every American
llfo sacrificed in tho enforcement of
the blockado." Slnco tho disaster
tho German ambassador to tho Unit-
ed States an woll an the German For-
eign Offlco In Berlin" havo both or
pruned to this government Gch
THE COUNTY FAIR
7hl yi'nr Inir to Im Htrlrtty nit
Amlruliiiinl i;eni. Itntlmt nmt
Attriiotloii in he IImm.IIiiI My Out-
side I'diplo. .Offlrers lluy.
Tho dlrwtont of the Bryan Coun-
ty l.tre stock and AgrietiltBral A-
elatlnn At a recent meal t tig deetd-
ed upon the four day frotH friptnm-
tier flftsonth to .eptmubar nigh
teenUt Inclusive na the ilnys tor tho
holding of (ho siintml entinly fair In
this otty nnd while these dates mar
possibly be ohnugml It Is not likely
Jho dntei woru sot a they wore for
the roiiioii that the Oklahoma StaU
Fnlr Is scheduled for the week fnl-
lowing which will permit of taking"
tho best exhibits of the county fnlr
to the statu event If It Is desired.
President John Lnrge leerefnry
Hugh Cox and Treasurer Green
Thompson ns woll ns the entire di
rectorate of tho Association nr now
busy nl work making plan nnd'prep-
nrntlons to tnnko this year's fair tht
greatest ovont of Its kind ever held
In HouthnAstoru Oklahoma and com-
mittees entrusted with various puss-
es of tho work nro now ntvork"
Acoordtng to a statement from Mrv
Lorgo It Is planned to make this fair
a Mtrlctly ngrlcultural fnlr so far M
tho responsibility of tho Association
goes. I'roialtimn will bo offered for
tho best dlaplnys of ovory kind of
vngotntlnn culinary work fancy
work cooking noodle work school
displays vnrlous kinds of llvo stock
oto. thnt grow or nro produced In
Bryan county. Asldo from this tho
fnlr directors nro taking It upon
thomnolves to gnlher exhibit of ev
ery known kind or vogltatlon which
Is grown In the county.
Tho racing enrd aeroplono stunts
halt games football games and oth-
er forms of attraction will bo handl-
ed by Interests outside ot tho fair as-
sociation probably by one of the lo-
cal commercial organizations. Tho
usuaP concessions side showa. etc
will bo there too.
.lust ns soon ns tho work can ho
done tho premium list and olhor da
ta relative to the fnlr will bo gotten
up nnd distributed to tho publla n
it Is the desire of the directors to get
tho public acquainted with tho plnnM
for tho fnlr Just ns early ns possible.
(LOSING EXERCISES OI
Frosldont W. B. Morrison of tho
Oklahoma Presbyterian College for
Girls has nnnouncod the following
program for tho ColleK Cnmmoneo-
inont wouk. which starts Sunday
fiiinilm' Jlnv "a. 11 A. M Ilnnon-
laureate Sormou by Ilev. C C. Weav-
er Ph.. I). Oklahoma City.
Monday. Mny Jt. 8:16 P. AI. Col-
logo Parlors. Final Voice Rneltnl.
MlflH Mary Uorthnnlnh llnrrlion ot
Tuesday Mny 2S. 8:18 P. M. Col-
logo Parlors (a) dommeneomeiit Re
cital. Studonts In plnno voice violin
and' expression (b) Art oxhlblt. (c)
Household oconomtos oxhlhlt.
WodiiMilny .Nfay 20. A. M. Clniw
day contest. Collace grounds. 8:J5
P. M. Literary soolotlos. Final cel-
obrntloti Thursdny. Mny 27 10:30 A. M.
First Presbyterian cluiroh. Com
inoncomont oxorclsos. Deliver? of dl-
plomas nnd certificates. Address Uy
grnduntes by Rev. It. M. Hall. D. D
IIENEI'IT Oli BOY SCOUTS
"Tho advonturiM of n Boy Saout"
wns presontod at thv Orpheum Thea-
ter Wednesday as n benefit porform-
anoo for the local Scouts who under
tho able direction of Ilev. John Grain-
ger nro making romnrkiiblo progroa
In tho work. Tho attendance wa
Inrfto. Presldont Wll'on posed In thu
y.i ie-e- leeesfceXfcMp
iiuiiy's deep rogrot for the liicldtm!.
President Wilson In his flrit stoto-
mont olnco tho tjlsaitor and In which
hn spoko Inrgoly by Implication says
that tho attltudo of thin govorumout
Lator reports Indlrato thnt almost
Luor reports JndUUo that nlmoit
ovoiy uoutrnl nutloA of tho world U
prtiparlng formnl orotuHli to Gor-
n.uny ngnlnst hor bittmroU method
of wnrfftro upon wornon uml chlidron
vhlch was o clearly evidenced In
tho linking of tho Lualtanla and It
id crotmblo that uomo ooncottod ac-
tlon on the part ot Ml o" the neutral
nations will ha takat-
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 19, Ed. 1, Friday, May 14, 1915, newspaper, May 14, 1915; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82651/m1/1/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.