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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 3 March 1916

' . v;,S JJOlJL jl OFFICIAL FAPER OF BRYAN COUNTS VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, Fill DAY. MARCH 3, 1010. NUMllfiR NINE D m m ' 'II " V t ,r 2 MORE WELLS ARE BROUGHT IN Thb 1914 Oil and Gas Corporation, composed of Ourant men, now has eight producing oil wells iti tho Hcaldton oil field, nutnbora Bcvon and eight having been brought In last "week. Tho total production of both tho now wells 1b said to bo about six hundred barrels per day. This gives tho compan a dally productlbn of about 1500. bnrrols from all Its eight wells. Number nlno Is being drilled now and is in tho sand, and will prob ably bo brought in within a wook. Report circulated again last wook that a sale of tho company's holdings liad been mado, booiu again to bo xroundlnss, although officials of tho company admit that a large oil con cern had made thorn an offer of closo to four hundred thousand dollars for their property. A SERIOUS FIRE WAS NARROWLY AVERTED Monday night after C. A. Moore, who HveB In the B. J. Johnson...

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. — 3 March 1916

imim"t9jm-m'-9TrTTr- K. '1 THE DUItANT )VBEKIiY NEWS FRIDAY, fltAHOH 0, 101(1. ,;,,. DR. N. L. OORNWHLL rhyslclau and Surgeon ft DURANT, OKLA, 4 J Offlco, Over Perkins' Storo $ 0 All calls promptly attended 6 Day or Night. Offlco Phone 74. ; Night rhono 735 ? Br. J. L. Reynolds Specialist BTE, EAK, NOSK, AND THROAST Glasses Poperly Fitted Offlco oyer Corner Drue Storo Bnmnt Oklahoma Have your Eyes exam ined and Glasses flttod by DR. SLAUGHTER, Dm ant's Reliable EX PERT OrTICIAN. Offlco In Wido Awake Studio, North Third Avenue. ALL WAYS 1 Pure and Fresh DRUGS STONE DRUG The Best Service tf The Rexall Store. I "Stone's Liver Pills" MraMraHMMnmnnHMM S CALL 21 3 S S ipjgr- THE OLD ttKUADLE -7pgS ' 3 sgp- STEAM LAUNDRY -pg & S 3 For FlR,t Class "Work ? s & And Prompt Service S . Work Called For and Delivered 3 S HANKS TO CLOSE AT 3 O'CLOCK Tho public will plwoso take notice that the undersigned banks will, com mencing March 15th, logo thoir ' doors promptly at throe o'clock In th...

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. — 3 March 1916

PMDATfi MARCH 3, 1010. THM DURAHI WJBBKIiX NBWS f. Cf -Always Ready -Always Able to Pay Tho.mnn or woman who adopts n systematic plan of saving, and de posits a part of his weekly Income In a savings account Iim no wor ries whon National Pay-Up week rolls around. A definite, clear est resolution lo Pay Up Is mighty tlno for each and every Individ ual, as wall rts all buishees cortcorus. Tho object lesson of a regular savings account's manifold advantages is moro forcefully driven homo. WitnoHH tho oaso with which tho man with a savings ac count pays his bills ns compared with tho worries experienced by thoso who neglect a savings account. ECONOMIZE AND PAY UP, THEN START. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT For many years this bank has invltod savings accounts, nnd wo have soon humble starts grow into largo proportions. A little beginning often devolops indopundonco, froos you from burdens credit and non-saving peoplo must bear from month to month, nnd year to yoar. The State National Bank E.a'Mlllio...

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. — 3 March 1916

:-i. SeaeiJ A . ( r& IfT- THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Friday, afAnni a, iio. i-fu j r.' TJ?T,&Pf atj . I... ' ii i " " '"' Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By IS. M. Evans. Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avonue, Durant, Okla. Entered as Second-Cla(B Mail Matter nt the post office at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rntos. Six Months SO Por Yofir ' $100 Invariably Cash In Advance. Tho publisher reserve tho right to reject any advortlsomont offered for publication in tho Nows, which, may be doomed objoctionnblo for any roason. Any orronooiiB reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or persons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statomont which may nppear in the columns of tho Nows will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to tho atten tion of the publisher. ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper is authorized to an nounco tho following candidates for office, subject to tho action of tho voters at...

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. — 3 March 1916

wm FRIDAY, MARCH .1, 1010. THE DUEANT WKBKJY NEWS E I t fc5 V tf N M We want good farm loans. Our branch office manager at Durant will in spect your land, draw papers and pay your money. UICK bttiVlut raw BATES Dickinson, Company Oklahoma City J.B.Hickman , Manager Durant, Okla. Annex Building Phone 33 TO REGULATE DANCE HALL Li'iighty Pel Won Presented to Coun fll for Abolishment', Ordinance itcKulnthiK Ktuli Institutions Will 1)( J(tNHPll. SH77.00 DONATED TOWARD TIIK CEMETERY CHAPEL Mr. W. n. Fettey, who, in bnhalf of the Women's Clubs of tho ytlc, has bud charge of the tlonatlong for the erection of the chapol at Highland remoter,, made tho following report thin week: , Total Amt. Dpnated .$377.60 Total Expenses 345.80 two dance halls recently opened In tho city, and tho result of the peti tions was that tho city Attorney and tho ordinance committee woro glvon instructions to draw tip an ordinance regulating tho conduct of such places, and prescribing tho minimum nge of persons wh...

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. — 3 March 1916

.aAxtei.--. Kume s? w w """mSSW 6 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1010. V TO ADVERTISE CONVENTION .Republican Convention (o bo Hold . Hero April 2th to bo Thorough ly Advertised Over District. If a consistent campaign of nd "rortlslng will bring tbo crowds to Durant during tho Republican Con gressional .Convention, whlcn moots lioro April 4th, tho crowds will bo horo good nno plonty, and tho com mittee or nrrnngomonts promise on tdrtninmont for all who come. It is estimated that tit leant one thousand prominent men from Mil over the district will bo hare on that occasion. A comanlttee hits been appointed from the Republican organization, which will cooperate with the i6 Bxpanslou Club committee, in thor oughly advertising the convention all ovor the district. It is planned, among other things, to furnish overy newspaper In tho district with "Hvn copy" concerning the affair, and to ond out probably five thousand cir cular letters to Republicans in the -district, as well - as ...

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. — 3 March 1916

ti4..i FRIDAY, MAR0II , 1010. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS $$&&$&$$$$&$&$$& H " -s LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 3 $$$!$$$-'$ . J $$ t AAAAWWWMWsMWWMMMmMW V- '--' tj WftfVnj i- 1st insertion Fob. 4. ID 16. k Gth Insertion March 3, 1016. ESTATE OP OKLAHOMA, County of Bryan, j NOTICE OK SHERIFFS SALE Notlco is hereby given that pur suant to a special execution Issued by the Court Clork of Bryan County. ; Oklahoma, on the 2nd day of Fobru i ary, 1016, the undersigned Sheriff of Bryan County, Oklahoma, will on tho 4th day of March, 1016, at tho hour of two o'clock in the afternoon nt tho cast entrance of tho Bryan County court liouso In Durant, Okla homa, sell to tho highest and best lilriclnr nt nnlilln mitnrv for rnnli Mm U ------ ...- -., .-- --"--- louowmg real estate nnu premises, to-wlt : Tho south fifty foot o! Lot two ip block forty-hint (40) in tho town now city of Durant, Okla homa, according to the official plat and survey thereof, together tylth all improvements sit...

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. — 3 March 1916

N-MhlMMMllfeMl JLmm4mmmm 8 THE DUIIANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MAnCII li10. MMNMMW I SI . H OODS AT POPULAR PRICES We realized early in the Fall that staple merchandise was going to ad vance so we bought our spring goods early and have them in stock. Our large house is Brim Full of New Seasonable Merchandise which we bought before the advance and our new cash system has enabled us to show you a bigger assortment and for less money than ever before. Ladies Suits and Coats Each day we recicve some thing new in suits and coats from the leading manufact urers of the cast. No two garments alike. Suits at $11.85, $15.00 $19.00, S24.50 Spring Coats at $7.35, $9.75 $11.85, $16.50 and up New Spring Dresses in all the newer. lYiaierials and styles at $4.85, $7.35 $11.85, $15.00 and np Shoes and Oxfords For Men and Boys $6.00 Nettleton Shoes and Oxfords at Walkover Shoes and Oxfords in all the latest styles $3.50 $4.00 and-.... ; $4.50 Brown Spccial.all solid leather.button and lace, $2.50 $2,85 L...

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. — 10 March 1916

Durant Weekly News OFFICIAL PAPE.R OF BIt.YAN COUNTY S2&S VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FF.IDAY, MARCH 10, 10 10. - ' ' " - -. NUMBER TEN DURANT IC PLAN CAMPAIGN CONVENTION TO TWO WELLS TO RECEPTION FOR BE DRILLED SOON NEW PRESIDENT COURT WORKING ON CIVIL CASES LIGHT CO. S N WEDNESDAY BE HELD APR. 1 A JKWuniihlttccs of Business Men Precinct Conventions to Select Dele Rates Will bo Held March the 25th. Calls llnvo Heen Issued Basis of Representation at Gathering Drilling Commenced Wedncsdny on idersuy Lease, mid Rig Is Being "Ejected on Thompson Land South of This City. Banquet Will Do Served at the At wood Hotel Friday Night by Bus iness Men of the City in Honor of Prof. T. D. Brooks. Monday and Tuesday Taken Up With MotloiiH Eight-Day Non-Jury Setting or Civil Cases Commenced on Wednesday of this Week. Chlcngo Interests Get Control. W .T. O'Brien Still Retained m Secre tary and Active Miutngcr. It Is Flcnncd to Spread Out. A deal was consummated Monday of this -week wliproby the...

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. — 10 March 1916

i 4 f" . THE DUIIA.NU WEEKIiT NEWS FRIDAY. MARC !I 10, 1010. I Look Into lh:a Buttermilk Feeding Idea. TTW It ftn VnnC nttn ltlr t. .....I. r rumple of Buttermilk Startintr Fnntl and watch the results you net. "J ou II find what poultrymcn all over mi u lac covcreM, tnat but termilk contains digestive ogentaand rood elements that ore peculiarly fit for the delicate d'aeet Ivc tracti or baby ehielrft. T liitiri i.m ...-. H.t ------ - ..iv.l. klUlli OllU PrUrrlV A HiM ln.. anM ... ehlclc dlseoset. it helps them to keep off White Dt WTheo, the terror of the Poultry yard. Vi ".c Jwcpnu mrser sues. -"Bin nna fftta JotnpM and o eo CONKtY'S POULTRY REMEDIES j 'peeijisrrmMy.dreac.'kpouarydiuif A. (J. MARVEL 127 N Second Durant. Okla .lfiMrCTi- i'S 7 1 ttiuJO'A " F'Jt V The Road to Health Is lighted up by the dawn of a n&w science Chiropractic Is Nature's agent. If you want to bo well and stong, Investigate the merits of this advancement in science and loam what it has dono for many of t...

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. — 10 March 1916

FllIDAY, MA11CII 10, 10X1. TIIB DtRAHI WBBKLY NEWS b NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST COTTON MKN ENCOURAU12 DIVERSIFICATION OV CHOPS In nn effort to encourage diversi fied farmlgK throughout tho South, the Interstate dotton Sefdd Crushers Association Is offering prizes for tho best yield of corn per aero In ouoh of tho cotton growing States, Including Oklahoma. Erich of tho cotton SIiUqh is called a district, and there are threo pilzos to each district. Tho ony reiiulromcnt Is that some cotton seod monl bo UBed to fertlll?: otho crop that Is made for tho contest. Tho prlzos fot first, seaond and IHrd yields are GOO lbs., 300 lbs. ami 200 lbs. of cotton seed meal respectively. Details of thp plan will be given to those interested by J. W. Allison, 808 Malti Street, Dallas, Texas. a, JHHWAM) KOR HANK KOIIUI3US Reported robcrlos of banks In var ious sections or Oklahoma haB led tho State Banking Board to ofror a reward for robbers of State Banks In tho sum of $500 for nrrestet and convic...

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. — 10 March 1916

,tv,rf w.rw' THE DUBANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MAhOHjlO, 1010. ,i hi it ii l liiinn f" ruliiiiiijip ii Qi.ifr MiWM SB S325EE53SE It zt Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Brynn County. By E. M. Evnns Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avomio, Durant, Okla. Entorod aa Socond-Class Mall Matter nt the post offlco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of Maroh 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. Six Months '. . .50 Por Yoar $1.00 Invariably Cash In Advance Tho publlshor resorves the right to reject any ndTertlsomont offorod for publication In tho News, which may be deemed objoctlonablo for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or porsons, firm or cor poration, and any inla-stntoment which may appear in the columns of tho Nowb will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper is authorized to an nounce tho following candidates for office, subject to tho action of tho ro...

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. — 10 March 1916

raa FRIDAY. MARCH 10. mm. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS rfWt ""'- i ... u." ! i Ai nrw'"""T"" ''Tf'S y i rc I if- i .Yur ' Spring eadwear ' ' Purchased here means satisfaction. The world's leading brands are included ' ' in .our colossal spring exhibit. Shapes are unusually snappy and stylish L $2.50 to $5.00 Magnificent display of Spring Caps and Hats for Boys aad Children 25c and up NEW TIES, SHIRTS and HOSE in the most approved shades, patterns and prices. Durant's greatest Shoe department is ready to supply your spring needs Hanan & Son low shoes and other makes All the new styles and lasts. , VXSCY SILK HOSE FOR WOMEN THE GOLDEN' STRIPE SILK HOSE L . . J (, ? j I LIVESTOCK MARKET f I I $ s sr; imv? -"Alimony," says MissCrystal Ben edict "Is a rolic of the dark ages." Maybe .so, Crystal, dear. But bar barians In high society refuse per sistently to see the light. 'GARDEN OF ALLAH.,, GREAT PRODUCTION TO HE SHOWN AT MeALESTER MARCH 20 M 0 We want good farm loans. Our branch office ma...

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. — 10 March 1916

0 TIIE DUItANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1010. - " 24 V ! "".a. &... IT Quick ServiceFarm Loans We are now associated with the Waddell Investment Co., in the making of loans on improved farms. We can give you the most favorable contract, quickest service and lowest rates. LOWRY INVESTMENT C . KKED LOWUY, Manager Durant, Oklahoma. 116 North Third Ave. UY YOUR COAI FROM A RELIABLE DEALER -i McAlcstor Deep Shaft Lump . . . .' $0.50 Hallej villi- McAlostor $.0 Hcnryettn liiimp $5.75 McAlester "Wash Nut .,. $(1.00 licrnlcc Anthracite Nut .... $10.00 Bcmlco Anthracite Egg $0.50 DURANT WOOD & COAL CO. PHONE 495 EAST MAIN STREET ON KATY TRACKS BmammmauaamsmammmumMamBi DOGS ASU KAIHES Reports of a number of persons having been bitten by rabid dogs have been received In the laBt sev eral weelcs by the State Board of Hoalth. In each instance thero was prompt application to the Board for the Pasteur treatment. A small dog bit ten persons in the families of John Graham and Henry Merr...

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. — 10 March 1916

HlBHHHBHVHIKP2rfHIHW!HHHIHHIH rtwww Tn " n. m ... .null in. in,. . T"'"'"wiwTO;lwW!CTIIWlWWWWBWPWWWWHWWiHWgiWiBlgWHBWWWHBBIiWBHWffglll)WWWIWWHM7WiBWW A' 1 .t -'. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, tf)tO. S LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS &S$3$J-?!3SS.SSS9i 1st Insertion Mafch 3, 101G. 3rd insertion Mar.oli.17, lftlti. NOTICE OK ISSUANCE Oil' TAX DEED SJJTE OF OKLAHOMA, Countv of rtrvan. Tu tho Sheriff of snHi Oountjf tuul' State : You arc hereby commanded to no tlTy unkrtown, tho owner ot tho fol lowing describe'L,lot, tract, or parcel A land, sltuntftjn Bald county and Stato, to-wlti ,'Lots two and' soven, Block 83, Koncflck, Oklahoma, and , as tho occupant thereof, that the undersigned did on the sixth day of November, A. D. 1012, purchase at public auction at tho Treasurer's office In said county and State, said tract or lot of land for tho sum of Two and 75-100 dollars, for tho taxo3 for tho roar of 1910, aniL f said lot, tract, w parcel of land' Is not redcomod within sixty days from dato of service h...

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. — 10 March 1916

W IH1I DURANT WEBKLT NBWS FRIDAY, MAltCIf 10?irtld; SZK ,11,'HiiiMi rma i HBMHH91 BARGAIN IN LADIES D CHILDREN! 71 Jrkil OXFORDS E have re cently bought five hundred pairs of ladies and child rens oxfords, lat est lasts and styles but with slight im perfections, mak ing them what are called "factory rejects." They have been bought right and to move them quickly we will sell them right. . They are values built to re tail at from $2.50 to. $3.50, but while they last we will dispose of them at from $1.00 to $1.65 per pair DURANT, OKLAHOMA EEESSs -UHBBEm blGXS ABSENT VOTING BILL Governor Will File Without Signn Auture Resolution un Dlsrribn i tion of Gross Production Taxes io CoujiticK Pro ' -duo'nj the Same. Governor Wilt. -una lias signed llio hill providing tliAt voters absent from their homes on olcotlqn da, ly exhibiting their regisrmUon cer tificates, may cast their votes hi comities other than where thry live. Tho law wuu'deslgacd by J. L. Lyon, Secretary of Sia.o, in hi.s Initia...

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. — 17 March 1916

DlIEANT MB f MJW SMI KWS &, OFFICIAL rAPER OF BItYAN COUNTY 1 nt l? VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAttCIl - " r-" 17, tttJO. NUMBER ELEVEN COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Drainage of Brown Ore en Up nnd Hoard o pointed by tho Court and Recommend in tho UiiffTOHL """ rm&mwAu. TitMO&mkJ mmsz.' "Wtts, . t xmm:irMH " HIM. Tho Board of County Commit era had a lengthy session this in and attended to n big lot of business, probably tho most Important of which was that of tho matter per taining to the mattor or tho drain ing of Brown Creole, which through n change of its channol has render ed of little uso sovoral hundred acre of land bolow Yarnaby and between there and Red River. At an prder from the District Court, Horace Mar shall, O. T. IMdloman and R. L. Cru dup were selected as a disinterested board of viewers to go over tho pro ject and recommend what moans and expense will bo necessary to turn the creek into Its old channel so that it may empty Into Red River. Othor mat...

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. — 17 March 1916

THIS BTJftANS1 WKKKAY BTHW9 FRIDAY, MAKCM 17. 1010. u wmmsBmimtfmmi Political Aspect of Oklahoma Rate Fight (George McQuaitl, In Dallas News) It ,has generally been considorcd Rood politics to deliver benefits dl rMHly to tlio peoplo and to colloot tribute indirectly. Tlwre Ib a polit ical .theory In Oklahoma to the ef fnct (that tlio 2o passenger faros, which tho Constitution of this Stnto fixed upon tho railroads, arc cnlcu hirpfl to pleusi' the people, regard less of tho minor Item or justlco to tho railroads. Mvory onco In a while this theory gets bolstered in a per suasive manner. Worn figures have roceutly boon compiled by the Corporation Com mission, aud glvon circulation which ifiafte what soems.lo bo a sophistical .iriment for prolonging the 2c rate lirltlon that ha been pending in the Federal Court at Oklahoma City aiinose sevon years. These figures rlnr out the conclusion that tho People or Oklahoma wh6 ride upon pusstnger trains are saving a great deal of money while the...

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. — 17 March 1916

FKIDAY, MARCH 17, 1010. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS The Jefferson Highway O. f Protect Your FAMILY With a policy in the National Life Insurance Co. f Montpelier, Yt. T. A. Blakeney, local agent Durant, Okla. t 108 N. Second Phono B2 $ 3 S ! S !? SPAItGHK imos. $ 3 $ 3 5 j s f. .$ .? ,j Tailors That Satisfy Suits to Mensuro Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing The Road to Health 1b lighted up by the dawn of a now science. Chiropractic is Nature's agent. If you want to bo well and stong, investigate tho merits of this advancement In science and learn what it has done for many of tho world'B famous people. DH. It. It. RHOADS, DIt BERTHA E. RHOADS, Chiropractors Cridor Building, Rooms 17-1& Durmit, Oklalioma. Office Phone C72; Res. 421. BR. N. L. COItNWBLI. Physician and Surgeon 4 DURANT, OKLA. 8 Office, Over Perkins' Store $ All calls promptly attonded 0 - Day or Night. $ Office Phono 74. 4 Night Phone 735 f "Have you docldod whoro you are going this yoarY" "Yes, We aro going to ao-and-so, and th...

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. — 17 March 1916

4 3 An Elaborate Showing of New Spring Models in Tailored Suits and Dresses These are charming creations or Hie Season's Newest Modos, built on thd new linos, short Jacket with bolt and flare below the belt effects, plain "Skirts, flared, of Wool Poplins, Majinlsh Sorgo, Taffetas, and Gab erdlnos. . Drosses that combine grace, beau ty and utility, charming stylos with new and snappy comblnotlons, made from Taffeta, Crepo do Chine, Crepo Meteor and Georgette Crepes. Tailored Suits $9.85 to $27.50 A very Interesting display of Wool Popfin, Gaberdines and Suitings, in black, navy and Copon, much under regular value .... 9.85 Ask to see the spocial lino of Suits at 11.85 A loader In our Suit Section in this assortment of Black and White Check Woolens, Gaberdines and Sergds in navy, white, blue and Copen, at $14.85 An unprecodented value Is shown in Wool Poplins, Taffeta and Serge and solfds $17.50 Here Is an opportunity to reap a bargain harvest. In this collec tion wil be found very un...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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