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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 17 March 1916

FRIDAY, 1MARCII 17, 1010. IflE DTJUANT WBIJKIiY NEWS 5 fc IlKCOVKIIED HTOL13X AUTO. Justlco Dan Collins nd Constn blo Bon Cordon, of Colbert, aro 112.60 each bottar.supjdiod wj$h the coin of tho realm by rtason "of lo cating and turning ovor to Lis 'right ful owner, onn certain Ford, said to have boen stolen at TIshmlngo last woelc. Tliouo officials had seen n Ktrnndcd auto on the Dontson-Colbort road a day or so before, and Monday received notlco tht one, had bran stolen and that $86.00 was hung up as n purse to whoerer might dollvor it Into tho possoMion of tho rightful owner. rnveUgi!on prorfd Ui rar to.be the ono wuhtwl, and fUr thor Investigation revealed fifteen marls of a fairly good lrnd of whisky secreted in tho brtuli neatfby. The theory Is that the rnttle had boen stolen for the purpote &f trans porting tho Illicit goods from Texas Into Oklahoma, and that the thieves got, oold feot and abandoned their booze and Iho Ford, where It waa found. fOS?T SCOM). MOXHKII! T1IH ...

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. — 17 March 1916

6. inn DUItANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1010. I y - r he Maintenance of Our Earth Roads (By It. L. Morrison, of lite Agricul tural and Mechanical College of Texas. ) The Rubjpct of maintenance of oarMi rotulB Is a moflt vital one, and In many towns mora Important than construction; In fact, Hip (Utterance between good and bad method of construction it very largely a mat tor of tho remitting effect upon the maintenance. Every county in Tox as spenda thousands of dollars every yoar in the maintenance and lopair of the county roads, whether any thing Is spent on construction or not, and the money which is wasted an nually on this work, through the use of wrong methods, would build many miloB of good roads. Our present system of working out road taxes Is essentially insuf ficient and wasteful. Usually gangs of men without organization, knowl edge of the work or proper toolB, get out for two or threo days at a time and tho main idea Is often to put in tho time and do as little work ...

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. — 17 March 1916

FRIDAY, MAHCn It, 1010 THE DUSANT WEEKIilT NEWS '1 Cash Tells The Tale- JT7T I have opened a brand new grocery store' in the jl Stowers building at 120 North Second avenue. The stock is all new and fresh throughout. My experience in the grocery business teaches me that I can sell goods much cheaper and still retain a raargain by buying and selling for CASH ONLY. I will keep no books and charge no goods, but I will save you some money on your cash purchases here. The Star Cash JESS MALONEY, Prop. (SS3$JSS2$S,$SjS -3 t v LEGiVL ADVERTISEMENTS S J 3 s$j$S$S;S3SSSSS,'2t 1st insertion March 3, 191G. 3rd insertion Muroh 17, 191G. NOTICE OF ISSUANCE OF TAX DBI9I) STATE OP OKLAHOMA, " .S3. County of Bryan, To the Sheriff of said County and State : You ar hereby commanded to no tify unknown, the owner of tho fol lowing described lot, tract, or parcel of land, situated In said county and State, to-wlt: Lots two and seven, Block S3, Kenofick, Oklahoma, and , as tho occupant thereof, that tho u...

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. — 17 March 1916

THE DURA NT '-- WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1010. $8,000 PLEDGED ON DORMITORY WSZMftCKlKMMaSSSBC isaafnpmsmzxaa 8 i We have been in the Farm Loan Business for the past 35 years, and fully under stand the wants of the Borrower. Offices at Oklahoma City and Muskogee, Okla; Oswego and Wichita, Kansas; Dallas, Texas; and Clarksdale, Miss. We also loan money in Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas and Mississippi. FILL OUT THIS BLANK AND MAIL TO US I wish to borrow $......... on my farm ot acres In See. Twp. Kango Ploawe give me your termt Narte AddroM A. C. Itlsncr Deeds Eighty Acres or Land, Worth nt Least 92,000, to College Cnsh Subscriptions To talled $5,780.50 the First Day. LOW RATES-EASY TERMS LIBERAL PRE-PAYMENT PRIVILEGE NG INVEST COMPANY GRIDER BUILDING mbWMtWUiU3MKZmaW!XZ5ta3E$ DURANT, OKLAHOMA KATES IS IN THE RACE nur announcement column this k cKrtret, the nam of Wallace l,-,,(?s viJO iis announced as a can n i l.u for the office o' tax R8esaor. nidjfct to the Democratic prim...

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. — 24 March 1916

Durant Weekly New OFFIOIAIi pa-pbb: of bbyan county 3E3 sssssta .... " -t .r';n :-. l. VOLUME XX. DUltANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAllCH 24, 1910. NUMBER TWELVE Cs k FIRE SWEEPS PARIS, TEXAS i'jr; Moro Than x. 5A City is ;3Injf rropoity Etfsa Millions Throo of tho Texts fved Ruins, Seven ATOfSJ&lfll L,fe. Mffft Sfr$$$3SS$S$SJ McKINNEY, TEXAS, HAS A BIG FIRE ru . n. . . "U aiirs n r run n-i n n r .nnnnHAiiH -ml w country visited thq. fair.lctty of Par 18, Texas, Tuesday rilght and Wed nesday morning, and thousands of peoplo arc homeless of its 20,000 population, Estimates of the property loss are from ten to fifteen million dollars. Tho assessed valuation of the prop erty facing tho public souaro before the fire was ?20,000,000, and all tfioro is left Is tho ground upon upon which tho buildings 'jtood. In addition to tho loss on tho square, between 00 and 100 blocks In the residonco section of tho city were de stroyed, one-half of which was in tho wealthiest portion of tho town. Two-p...

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. — 24 March 1916

f THE DUKAN1' WBEKtl NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH t, iOlO. ii.,.. ii i , ' ' " --m I: Protect Your FAMILY With a policy in the National Life Insurance Co. of Montpeicr,Vt. T. A. Blakeney, local agent Durant, Okla. ELTINO RAPS RBPUDL1CANS 5- 5 $ 5 ;' J 'S S ? S 5 $$ Q 108 N. Second Phono 62 Republican County Chairman Chides His Own Party Members for In- trn-1'nrty Scraps Over No- Sclcctlon. L'1IU.1J i. ,, . 1 - !' $ ? 4' ? - SPARGER BROS. ' $$ ? Tailors Thai Satisfy Suits to lUousuro Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing BASKETBALL GAMK The girls basketball team of the Caddo Hlgs School played the Du rant Ent Ward team bore on the Control School grounds Friday, the latter winning by tha score of tevon to three. KISWP LITER ACTIVE AND BOW15LS CLEAN WITH "CASCARKTS" ilc&l When UUlous, Sick, Headachy, Constipated, or for Had Breath or Sour Stomach. Bee cheerful! Clean up inside lo titght and feel fine. Take Cascarcts to liven your liver and clean the bow nig and stop headaches, a bad cold, biliousness, ...

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. — 24 March 1916

FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 19M. THE DCRANT WEEKLY NEWS 3 i ' 1 11 i;if'"iTff-?wl 91 HE SES3C Important Announcement MEN, WOMEN, BOYS, GIRLS, LITTLE CH1L- ' i '- i -i i ii DREN AND THE BABY JOI N TODAY Opening Of 1 IJ "MMWMI WIMM I. I -Ullll IIMMJBIM1UI BllllMIli 1 If m t Fa Christmas Banking 3F5e'KVVvVvrAVSOC' ii Mf -M"ir '", moBBEr? &AJQ2. OBJECTS OF IT COSTS TOOTHING TO JOIM i if , ir uvmmMPM CM NOW AND HAVE ' w- Iput only Scents 'IN OUR BANK( , lJVCKJCxAH. Ill ' WEEKLY yOZf WILL HAVE. NEXT CHRISTMAS1 IF YOU JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB IT COSTS NOTHING TO JOIN IT COSTS NOTHING TO JOIN OUIl CHRISTMAS SAVING CLUB, AND IT IS AN EASY WAY TO HAVE MONEY NEXT CHRISTMAS. The plan Is simple. You start with 10c, 5c or 2c, and increase with the same amount each weelc. IN FORTY WEEKS . 10-Cqnt Club Pays $82.00 5-Cen Club Pays 141.00 2-Cent Club Pays S1C.U0 Or you can deposit 25 or 50 cents or $1.00 or $2.00 or more each week and deposit this same amount each week. ANKING CLU TO PROVIDE A WAY F...

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. — 24 March 1916

FIUDA1, MARCH si; lOltfMH ' HT . if ii jh J ai ,1 MIT '15 9mfm sfts trwr HEWS i I Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. By E. M. Evans. Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avenue, Durant, Okla. Entered as Socond-Clas3 Mll Mattor nt tho post offlco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Hates. Six Months 50 Per Year $1.00 Invariably Cash in Advance. Tho publisher leservos tho right to reject any advertisement offored for publication in tho News, which may bo deemed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or persons, firm or cor poration, and any mis-statement which may appear in tho columns of tho News will bo gladly corrected upon its .being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper is authorized to an nounco tho following candidates for office, subject to the action of tho voters at the Democratic Primary of August 1, 1916; For S...

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. — 24 March 1916

181 DUBAKY W11KIX NHWB JL g 1 1. iiiiinnil in i mmM i ii ! m i if , I,. , ;.,t......i. v r " - m- JpeW Spring Suits " 'Ask fj&&ge the new Spring Suits, f rHart Schaffner & Marx ' and SteinBloch Clothes It's a splendid array of just the right clothes $18.00 to $25.00 ,A good assortment of Boys' Suits ...exclusive patterns and colors. , $3.50 to ., t - . New Spring Hats ft. Men JOHN B. STETSON famous product take the lead. Our MODEL SPECIAL at $2.50 is a wihner, come in and see them. Smart Footwear For Spring ,rT It's none too early to choose styles for Spring; there are decided advantages in making select ions, now, while the stock is fresh and the range of sizes is complete. k Correct Fitting is Given Special Attention The GoltUi Stripe Hose Fancy Silk Hose 3 SPEAIRS ANNOUNCES FOR, COUNTY COMMISSIONER Had Decided to Retire Prom Tubllc Service, But His Friends Made It So Strong Thnt He Has Consented to Make the Raco Again. To the Voters of Commissioner's District No. One ...

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. — 24 March 1916

-tf THE DTJBANT WEEKLY NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1010. ,f h M 4 7 The Best On My Why? Because it heads the list of business get ters. Because it multiplies selling time, mini mizes selling expense, runs no hotel bill, goes where and when I want, and is always at my beck and call. , , , ... , e Your telephone should be traveling the road ot the Bell System, reaching over 70,000 cities and towns. .... j. Rates for nearby points listed in your directory. Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph NO RECALL IX OKLAHOMA Constitution of the State Provides Only for the Initiative and Referendum. Suggestions of the recall of Unit ed States Senator Gore of this Stato remind one that many perlsns in Ok lahoma and elsewhere are apparent ly ignorant of the fact that the con stitution of this State makes no pro vision for the recall of officers. The initiative and referendum arc to be found in the document in a flour ishing and perenlally verdant condi tion, but their natural neighbor, the recall, is absent. ...

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. — 24 March 1916

pi. m Cash Tells The Tale- TTT I have opened a brand new grocery store in the J Stowers building at- 120 North Second avenue. The stock is all new and fresh throughout. ' My experience in the grocery business teaches me that lean sell goods much cheapev and still retain a margain by buying and selling for CASH ONLY. I will keep no books and charge no goods, but I will save you some money on your cash purchases here. The Star Cash Grocery JESS MALONEY, Prop. g - ? & LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS S 3 S $JJJ&SjSS,SSJ, 1st iM,orn March 3, 1916 4th inaoiiJon March JSi, 1916 STATE OF OKLADOMi, " .J SS$S$3j Jij $$ J $ J S $ $ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS S - S $SS$$S$S$8$S3$3S$ 1st insertion March 17, 1916. 4tti Insoition April 7, 1916. OTATE OF OKLAHOMA, " County of Drj'fin, In tho Justice of the Peace Court of L. A. Terry, in and for said Coun ty and State. J. W. Pruttt, ....Plaintiff, vs. No S. E. Pair, .... defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tho said defendant, S. E. Pair, will tako notice that 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. — 24 March 1916

A s THE 111 '"' "" DURANT WBKIiY NEWS , ,ff.l,l..,IM i FIUDATi MARTI! 5W, 10 10. "yrpy HTf" I - , . .. 1 1 . & S r - r 5 J $ S ( $ - TWO MILLION DOLLAR KIRK J AT AUGUSTA, GA. A- r Augusta, Oh... March 23. firs that brolco out yestor Iuy hers swept uncontrolled through that part or the city between Broad street , the principal thoroughfare of the city, and the r'ver. At mid night ten blocks of buildings had been destroyed, and at that time the loss was esti mated" at $2,000,000.. Spec ial trains with fire fighting apparatus came from Mnco"n, Atlanta, and Savannah. As . a rotralt of the conflagration -a large number of the most costly business blocks of the city are la ruins. 4 r$ ,J J Jv jv , ij tflGHT SHOTS SCAItKD THEM Along about 1, o'clock Monday atgtit, people living in the vicinity of North Fourth Avenue and Beech fee&rd four shots sounding ns if they IcHjt been fired from a revolver. They v-ic considerably worked up over U& Incident and thought first that yertweps ...

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. — 31 March 1916

Durant Weekly News OFFICIAL PAPEll OP BRYAN COUNT VOLUME XX. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MARCH $31, 1010. NUMBER THIRTEEN t CONVEN FIR i HON IS STOJERIL w jummmr Ihiront's Delegates Go Loiters AVcro Presented cincn Conventions from Robctson for Ben Lnfavctte. Precinct Democratic conventions wero hold las Saturday In each, of tho precincts of tho county, when del egates were selected to tho county convention, which meets here Satur day. The representation to the county convention will bo one del egate for every ten voters or major fraction cflBt for President in the last general election. In Durant tho four wards of tho city held conventions. From Ward One tho delogatcs will go to the county convention as a unit, and wer instructed to votd for Judge Ferguson as district delegate to tho national convention. Following are the delegates to tho county conven tion: W. S. Shannon, J. H. New man, A. C. Ethridgo, O. D. Barry, W. W. Reynolds, In the Second Ward the following delegates wero elec...

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. — 31 March 1916

Iffr THE DUIIANT WBKIiV NEWS tmmitf Tni3 DURAWT WEEKLY NEWS FKJAY, WAlUfll 81, XtO s O. H. CURRIN GEO. C. WILEY The Doctor Says IA CHANGE WILL HELP YOU The best time for a change in your grocer is the 1 st of April. The best place is to give the WSiite House Grocery a chance to serve you with a com plete stock of good things to eat that are wholesome, clean and handled in a sanitary way. A cordial invitation is extended the public to inspect our store at anytime. Any suggestion by the buying public will be appreciated White House Grocery PHONE 83 Let Us Se 11 You A two horse one row i Cotton and Corn Planter With Middle Breaker "WE HAVE THEM- $17.50 to $37.50 A.L Severance Hdw.Co. DR. MAJORS KILLED at BOSWELL BY I) IiYNCIM ADVERTISING CHURCH SERVICES An "Ardmore pastor conceived -the idea of advertising church services -in tuo same way that business Insti tutions stimulate their business by the mac of printers' ink. Recent ly -a SBven-column advertisement of that church appeared In ...

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. — 31 March 1916

.o FIUPAY, MARCH 111, lOld. ."""""'i '.'inm' imii . .1 in i THB DURANT WBBKLt NEWS KS S33SESQK! "ffl VI"! Ti '"I " " ' "" " mam MT.HiTHMgH'ffffWffg SKULDUGGERY ALLEGED IN OBTAINING Olli LAND LEASE KPJ F. G. Hawk and Hulah HowJr, Ills Wife, Bring Suit Against tho Lone Oak OU, Gas & Conl Co. to iSet Asldo Len.so Alleged to Have Been Fraudulently Obtained. Bryan County 13 taking on real oil field airs, and oil and g&6 lenses nro Considered worth going to court about. tf.. An action wflS filed Friday In tho District Court in which F. G. Howk and Bulah Howk, his Wird1, bring suit to cancel an oil lease given on tho 26 th day of February, 1016, to S. Akers, representing tho Lone Oak Oil, Gas and Conl Company, a cor poration maintaining ton offlco at tho corner of TlHUn s"treot and Second Avenue in DuFant Tho petitioners aro represented ' by Attorney G. F. Deck, of Durant, and Attorneys John B. Means and .Tno. A. Shopard, of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Tho Howk land in dispute is located with...

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. — 31 March 1916

RllW (, MX' 1PH1 4 THE DBBANTWBBKLt .NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH QK, lOtOl -, ' rtSSEftn pBry m m mv i tmi i w i MtCTS f'l.MfJ IBJIIM.I ill i' JIB I'ii'l I fyyf Durant Weekly News ssr-ai Official Papor of 3ryan County. s-T sjftans li By E. M. Evans. ore hi Published every Friday at 114 North Third Avenuo, Durant, Okla. Entorcd as Second-Class Mall Matter at tho post offlco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Subscription Rates. lx Months 60 Per Year $1.00 Invariably Cash In Advance. Tho publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement offorod for publication in tho News, which may bo deemed objectionable for any reason. Any erroneous reflection on tho character, standing, or reputation of any person or persons, firm or cor poration, nnd any mis-statement which may appear in tho columns of tho News will bo gladly corrected upon its being brought to tho atten tion of tho publisher. t ANNOUNCEMENTS This paper Is authorized to an nounce tho following candidate...

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. — 31 March 1916

wmmmmmMMmmmmmmmMMMmiimmmmmmmimmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmMm FRIDAY MARCH 31? 1010. m " ' """ wmhui m.iwi wiiimhiiuiiiiiiii i nff i.p'mfiin up IRE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS EXCEPTIONAL VALUE GIVING AT PERKINS BROS COMPANY NEW SPRING SHOWING IS COMPLETE IN EVERY SECTION. WE WANT YOU TO SEE THIS GRAND COLLECTION OF SEASON ABLE MERCHANDISE AND YOU WANT TO SEE IT VISIT US AND PROFIT BY THE SPECIAL PRICE CONCESSIONS Sfe ,v HW iWUS3rfBRg msm .nirvft.Mv'at''-mmrjxrz ,"szuf& .. rKi f-afc v. itt-iii '"L"' i- (I I m i LADIES ..POPLIN DRESSES- Tlils special 'is truly a great bargain. A lino of Pretty PopUri noatlyTmado, In colors Rose, Navy, and Coponj at . ,v Dresses n .'V Mthnv nf.rir&tis Spcdlalvftlues In MlildTQH for Ladles and Misses. . i 'All1' sls Wlilte Galaiea and Linen, - Red and Blue trimmed .... BOc1, 75c and QSd LADIES' --VVAISTS " ' Tho prettiest agflprtjnent of Ladles' Now Spring Blouses,. .in.J&wn. Organdjv-nnd Fancy Walstlngs.-' Special at . 9S LADIES' SiaRTS-j- , Blue audpia...

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. — 31 March 1916

m tr-m w.nwP! VSBHW1 iM'(WWJ?"JW!WB' n THE DURANT WEEKLY NHWB FRIDAY, MARCH 411, 1910, 6 il IS JM' Stomach Trouble S- 1 fc J Most stomach troubles nro not dls M M. v h5 Ol chm8. Tlio stomaoli Is simply wftik. Tired out. Tho right kind or a 'tonic Is what l needad. A few meals, well digested, will furnish natural strength. That In what a tonic will do for you. It will start tlio stomach going right. Then the stomach will tuke care of Itself. PE-RU-NA Good the Year 'Round Always Roady-to-Take Thero ls no ".?' wrlt,"E f . a new prescription every time r remedy Is needed for a weak stomach. No use whatever. The old, uell-trled remedies, put up on pur pose for such cases, are a great deal better than an oft hand prescription. Poruna !i the remedy thnt people have relied upon for a great many years. It Is ready to take, composed of pure drugs, of uniform strength and composition. Not an experiment. Peruna Is a substantial, household remedy, with foity years of splendid history behind It. ...

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. — 31 March 1916

FltTDAT, MAura 31, 1010. mmmmmimmaemmAimmimii)mmamamiaatm THE DUBANT WEEKLY NEWS Cash Tells The Tale- MTT I have opened a. Brand new grocery stdre in the -11 Stowers building at ,120 North Second avenue. The stock is all new and fresh throughout.' My .experience in the grocery business teaches me that I can sell goods much t cheaper and still retain a margain by buying and selling for CASH ONLY. I will keep no books and charge no goods, but I will save you some money on your cash purchases here; The Star Cash Grocery JESS MALONEY, Prop. ?3$Js$3$$3J3sS4 S ? LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $ 3 S !$JJS$JJS$SSSS$S& 1st insertion March 3, 1010. 5t hlnscrtion March 30, 1916. STATE OF OKLAHOMA, 1 County of Bryan, J Davis Jackson, . . ' Plaintiff, vs. No. 2558 Gcorgo Moulton ct al Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION To George Moulton, Julian C. Harris, nnd George W. Plttman: Tho said defendants, George Moul ton, Julian C. Harris and George W. IMttman, will tako notice that they have- been sued in th...

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. — 31 March 1916

s jr "zjvzstzum 'T THE DURANT WEE&IjY NEWS FRIDAY, MAftOn 81, 1016. - ... . ...... ..... , .1 "" I w"! i fin " . . . . i i i . i i hi ! ill .Hi . Jii . i ' 'J" I i , 5 . 5 J $ ff $ kj 4 m 'l ?' . i CHILDREN'S DRESSES AT . . ,,. . . ,". . . y SliOO - j . i. " '- - Y- 4 ' ' Big lot of Children's DresaeB, 8 to 14, In Gingham, well -'", - '"' ' '"'" ', mado, In all colors, about'20 styles. At $17 $125, ?i.B0 DURANT, OKLAHOMA i I liAI)IW9 KMSSMS AT" $1,00 Dig neiortmont of Ladles' House DreasM, In Gingham l I l M i i 1 l 11 I 1 II I li) f and Porcttlas, beautiful patterns. Price .... $1.00. - i i1 - -g - v I 4 1 (!$ I S ,? M ? ' f 4 ; $ ffl ,' WE ARE BETTER PREPARED tliis season than ever before to serve our 'many customers,, as .we realized .early in the season that goods were going to advance. We bought very heavy and, our store is fullvof New' Seasonable Merchandise which we bought at the old price, and we are saving1 our customers money on every dollar's worth of Spring Goods tha...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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