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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 13 June 1913

THE, I)PHA,yT WEEKLT SEWS 4 J fv 1. I It T ;!. f ft - 1 f iii 4 ? ; v . - f - i it s ,v ' i .1 I i Cut Prices on i ..... Suited M y ens $25.00 Suits $20.00 Suits $18.00 Suits $15:00 Suits $12.50 Suits $10.00 Suits t . .1 $15.00 : $13.50 $12.50 : $10.00 $ 8.25 : $ 6.50 V?. ---B Mi UrnU fllE. &? if it --S-P N III Great reduction on men's and boy's oxfords. Don't iail to visit our store before you buy. Brown & Company nt the Mexlcnu to make him gvo i Hohmndoz hns tho reputation of belnf a bad man and not ninny years ago itT was necessary for n local 6ffiasr to put a forty-five cpllbVobauVTn his kneo to mnko hlm'e up tg arrest, on n bootlegging charge, H wero bet' tor for tho public safely, that till suctf' characters bo safely lodged behind' prlton doors. BEST SHOW IX S. E. OKLAHOMA! y THE CONVENTION ; A BIG SUCCESS 'jLAKOE ATTENDANCE AT COUNTT MEETING SUNDAY IX SPITE OF INCLEMENT WEATHEK Dad weather to tho contrary not- iMtnRthlwilni tha Pnntifn ' Qtinrlnir School Convention h...

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. — 13 June 1913

r o THE DUKAKT WEEKLY1 NEWS E. F. RINES, PreiWent D. MORGAN, Vice-Preheat ' H. D. NEEJLY, Caklr The First National Bank capital $100,000 . of Durant, Oklahoma sssrUi $27,485.80 Warn CJpsi- Tfin stories Of Solid ComforJr 450Wlthout Bath 1 to 1? Roomsnanih Bam !' to 2i Cafe Prices Sensible, Club BreaXfoslaZS up Noonday Luncn. iu; The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited LYenm wnner ioj ci HOUSEHOLD HINTS When It seems impossible to get a jar lid loose, try tho following slmplo method: Turn tho jar upsldo down on tbo etovc. Aa soon as tho lid Is thoroughly warmed through, It can bo removed without any difficulty, and both lid and rubber can bo used again. If using a gas stove, first placo an asbestos lid over the blaze, and of course, only allow tho jar to warm, not crack. If your lamp wicks do not burn evenly, try rounding the corners. Then ipush In toward middle of wick from each side. If done properly tho light will bo qulto even. A floor pad of newspaper piled two Inches high ...

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. — 13 June 1913

THE BBRAKT WEEKLY NEWS . I 1-. i'w t V . nm The First State Bank riof Durant MP Pays interest on TIME DEPOSITS at the highest rate allowed by law, and loans money at the lowest rates consistent with good banking. . We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on Improved Farms in Bryan County . The money on these farm mort gages cap be obtairied ther day ap plication is made. Remember us when you have money and we'll remember you when you have none. FirstStateBank of Durant $2,000.00. "Lndy Trlx" has raised flvo litters of flips, all ot which have brought fanoy prices, as being finest specimens ot the breed. JEWELL RELEASED The Durant baseball club made a change in management this week when Stony Jewell, who has actively managed tho team so far this season,' was released and first baceman Dick Specr mado manager for tho team. No reasons were given for the chango save that It was belloved for tho best Interest of the team that a chango In management bo made. Jo well was re ported sic...

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. — 13 June 1913

N 3 the puniyT wEKKLi friers ITS JilNt1 I ,maa7 Kferff .111 TO1W ' MI ' i .4 MAIL ORDERS FILLED RT RE. TU1L MAIL AM) DELIVERED FREE AT YOUR HOME 1. 0. SAME ntlCES YOU 1YY AT Olflt STOKE. MONEY BACK ON ANY AllTICLE NOT SATISFACTORY. and Vacation Time, also time you should be thor oughly equipped for sum men Our Low Prices combined with our high quality makes it ei.iy to ba well dressed with very Moderate outlay- RAILROAD FARES ALLOWED ONE MILE FOR EACH DOLLAR YOU BUY OF US. MAKE US A TRIAL VISIT. This Week We will make Special "Prices on Ready-to-wear GARM3uNmY ' that you must have to appear at your best through the vacation time and the heated season. We advise an early inspection as those who know our Style; and Quality will not hesitate Great Opportunity for Those Going Jlway This Summer You cannot do without a Tailored Suit or a Pretty coat these cool mornings and evenings nnJ whn it Is warm you throw It across jour nrm with no incon enlcnco until you get to your suit caso or roo...

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. — 20 June 1913

.Durant Weekly '"S, OTPIOIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE OOUNTY,oF ' mtBAlVT nm . 4 irniv 4 . I'urniv hivv io ' THE OOUNTYK OF BRYAN Yelamo XVII. OUKANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JUNE ?.ti, 1913. fi?V, Nwnher 25. News 0(t n I f H ..! ." V ARE PREPARING THE ESTIMATES COUNTY CLERK ItAS SENT BLANKS TO DIFFERENT TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS Preparations aro now undor way over tho county to make tho catimatos of oxponBcg for each town, township and school district in tho county for tho year July 1, 1913, to Juno 30; 1914, and County Clerk McCreary and Coun. ' ty Superintendent Neely havo this , weok sent to each -town, township and school district board tho necessary Tjlanks for making tho cstlmato of ox Donaca. Undor tho present existing laws, t-neli town, township and Bcnool board makes each year ah estimate of tho funds It will require for conducting of Us affairs for tho coming fiscal year. Thcso estimates' are then published In a weekly ncwapapT for two weeks, a dally nowspapor for four days, or In event ther...

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. — 20 June 1913

the ntniANT weekly news I ViYial 0 I rl ' T Vfl E. F. RINES, President D. MORGAN, Vice-President H D. NEELY, Cashhr IHHflHiqIM The First National Bank SOJ City- Tten Stories Of Solid ComforJr of Durant, Oklahoma sairu. $27485.80 . N ZlKniWhhrni RnlH 1 til 1Q9 Capital $100,000 iRoomsp5 Bnth ltt9 t0 t260J Cafe Prices Sensible, Club Breakf Q619.25C up Noonday Lunch, ws The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Lveruwurauier ioA O i i W HOUSEHOLD HINTS Rusty steel should be covered with sweet oil, well rubbed In. and in forty eight hours, use unslackcd lime finely powdered and rub until all the rust dls-appears. If you are mixing a pudding or cake with a wooden spoon beat tho mixture with the back of the spoon. It Is far easier and becomes beautifully light In half tho time. When a kettle is badly burned do not fill it with water, but set It aside to cool, then put in a handful or washing soda and water and allow It to boll for an hour or more. Paint, no matter how hard and dry, can...

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. — 20 June 1913

v''irrf-v' THE DDRAKT WEEKLY NEWS 3 W" ') ti l-v 4 4) I FANS ItAD A MEETING ill Make Assessment of Ono Halt of Guaranteed Sams to Defray Expenses Tho management of tho local base teall club nnd a number of fans hold an Important business session Tuesday night of this wook, nt which tlmo It was voted to raako a call for ono half of the guaranty subscribed by tho bus iness people, and a notice to that ef' .tect was sent out Wednesday1 by the secretary, Dill Head. When the team began work tho first of the season, a number of persons guaranteed tho payment of $25.00 each to cover ox XenU8 In event tho gato rocclptB fall od to tnako It. Up to this tlmo the iteam has been making Its own ex Tenses from tho receipts nnd no call on tho guaranteed sums has been sfound necessary, night now, however, llltlo ehortago has been incurrod, Jhcaco tho fifty per cent assessment There was Borne discussion as to tho validity of tho roleaao given Younk nnan br Stoney Jowoll a few days ago, following 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. — 20 June 1913

v the nruAST weeklt news i i i t When Better Pictures Are Made They Will Be Sliown At v l THEORFHEUM rate Durniit's Leading Photo . Theater. The Place Adhere Everybody Goes ' ) ill , J "Tlierc is No Music Like Ours" . HAGOOl) HAYING 1'IXE TIME Tho News received this Wfck ti post cord from Dr. A. S. llagood who Is with his ftunllr In Baltimore, where lio is tailing it special summer courao nt John Hopkins Medical School Dr. Itagbod says that tho weather thoro Is vory pleasant and that they have experienced no hot woathor as yet. They will bo there for sl weeks.and and before their return, will visit Now York and Washington, and ro- Ulrn by way of Duffalo and Nlugra Falls. tgaHESs jj duka.nt'wox a game Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue. Durant, Oklahoma. Entorcd as second class mall mat ter at the rostoffico at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March Brd, 1879. B. lL EVANS, Editor .and Publisher, f n TERMS OP 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. — 20 June 1913

yy TIIE DURAKT WEEKLY NEWS Tr LB Lfc t$ 7 1 -J1 SIMMER GOODS AT CUT PRIC As we are overcrowded on certainlines W3 hav cbVtdad to our customers the .BBJBBBBBBBBBBjIBjBBBBBBBBm ' jnci "i I mm N Men's Clothing Men's $25.00 8ulU . .. $15.00 Jlfen'a $20.00 SuitB ii .' :$13.50 Men's $18.00 Suits $12.50 Men's $15.00 Suits ., i-$10.00- Men's $12.50 Suits 1 L. .. ... $8.25 Men's $10.00 Suit A J. $0.50 Men's Pants Men's $5.00 Pants I $3.75 M6n's $4.00 Pants ,, . J.ii..,.$3.25 Men's $3.50 Pants .--,--'- $2.75 Men's $2.50 Pants - .-.'..: 1$1.75- Mbn'a $2.00 Pants r r. $1.50 Brown & swn''wBiWK.w'-n' MJACKEAflVi CASK APPEALED Ed Jlncready, convicted in the dis trict court last week for rape and sentenced to servo five years in1 the, penitentiary, has appealed his case to the supreme court, and made an ap peal bond in the sum of $2,500. This case attracted .attention, f specially. for the reason that it was said that Macready and the girl ho was accused of ruining, were anxious to marry, and t...

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. — 20 June 1913

-tmff-f i.MmmmtiJaMm 0 THE DUKANT frEEKLI NEWS k "That's the sixth Stadebaker we've passed the only kind to invest in" "The 6nly kind because, as I always say, when a man puts money in a thing he wants to know that he's going to get the worth of it out again." "That's plain business as I look at it" "That's why I say the price doesn't tell you any thing at alh There's only one thing that talks except the wagon itself. That's the name of the maker." "When you buy a Studebaker you're buying a vehicle that has behind it and in it sixty years of ex perience sixty years of success and sixty years of reputation for the square deal. That's why a Stude baker always looks good to me." "My father used to ay that Studebaker honor was as auro ai a United State bank note. He w talking after having uied Studebaker vehicle since he was a lad. and he told mo hi father before him said, 'Be safe get a Studebaker.' " "Vehicle builders can't hold that sort of reputation now-a-days without delivering th...

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. — 20 June 1913

(ilPlillliEi'TOWSiiill urn mm tm it m xttU hi tlEBl ikU M &U Withdraw- 5t )Uii lot C-M l fckofcUws U M& Col. Jim Tom atoty, uftk lha fclr culatlon of the story that QabiJ Parker was out of tbo raco for Chief Of tbo Choctaw Nation, had the following to bay about It In his Dokchlto News: For the reason that wo thought tho pponcnts of Hon. Gabe E. Parker ere tho moat honorable mon, wo aro catly surprised to Jicnr that a re port has been circulated to the effect that tlilrt worthy and popular cnndl dalo for chief of tho Choctaw nation had withdrawn. Nothing la further from tho truth. Mr. Parker entered tho race with as surances from hundreds and hundreds of friends who volunteered their sup iport ,and they hare been, and are yet, loyal and faithful and will so remain, "even unto the end." lie la tho strongest, moat efficient and logical candidate that has yet as- r plred to appointment to this high and honorable position under this present Democratic administration. It would be ...

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. — 20 June 1913

1 If ' ' !' KIM REMOVAL SALE Now Going on at THE DURANT CLOTHING COMPANY ll w i Our Entire Stock Offered at an Immense Reduction f.f EXTRA SPECIAL ONE LARGE LOT OF MEN'S NICE QUAL ITY TIES, PLAIN COLORS, REGULAR PRICE 25C 17p NOW ONLY lib 1 LOT OF MEN'S FINE QUALITY 50C FOUR-IN-HAND TIES EXTRA SPECIAL NOW IN THIS SALE ONLY 39 CENTS WE are going to move our present high-class store of Men's Furnishing Goods to another town where we have made arrangements to open a large general store. We are determined to reduce our stock as low as possible before ship ping. In order to do this we are making sensationally low prices. You are entitled to your share of thfese bargains. Almost everything in our store is now being sold at tremendous reductions from our regu lar low prices. Such rare bargains will not last long. COME AT ONCE. It is much trouble and very expensive to pack and ship a large stock of goods. We prefer to sell them here even at the sacrifice of all the profits and part of the o...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 20 June 1913

.1 t.H tf ' ,.- TIIE DURAST WEEftll BETTS Tr jtjb, : J Notice Merchandise Rcmqmber this and ke6p In mind Hint wo want your Inula and will' sell jou whaj. yail order at the Littlo Drlck Store. Everything neat nnd new and nt tho lowest jjrlco- nt tho Mttlo Brick Stdro. . Jlcst l'c Hfrrj'-fliid Mo Coffoo.r..i.'v ....-... 25 c'ts. per ill. Sugar, ' .' lr lbs. lo llu- $1.00 l'loiir, $2.25 lo $2.05 prr UIO II.. Every sack guaranteed Or It not good nioiioy refunded nt tho Little llrlck Store. Canned goods ot nil kinds (or less than anywhoro olio In town, so ghvo mo a trial and be convinced. Comu or phono your order In nnd see how uulck your or der Will be rilled from Uio Littlo Drlck Store. Tneu you can tell yodr neighbors where to buy groceries. Cut this out and hang on phono so when ordering" )ou will order from Uie Littlo Drlck Store. Weights and measures guaranteed. Havo your scales ready and seo that you get what you ordor and then you will say that you get moro for less money at the ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 20 June 1913

t m 10 rnr. duxaxt weekly news " EQUIP AT THE STORE THAT "CARRIES THE BEST mS!: , " SUMMER GOODS " ', in this part of the country. Eauip at the store that does not need to yell ''Bargains! Goods Les3 Than Cost!" ''Bought at A Great Sacrifice!" "Fire Sale!!!" etc., but a store that ever since it has been in business has trusted its future to dealing fairly and squarely with its patrons, always giving them the best for their money, atisfaction iH money back gurantee, and having "Good Things to Wear" for Men, Women and Children when they want them. asvzr X. .. zffiswqr AZ&k' 'WW' T& v&i&atem I .jam Millinery ;: Reductions To clear our millinery department of all spring and summer dress, scml tire'sa and street bats, we make the following reductions on our already low prices, before our milliner leaves ,or)i vacation: ,.AYr $15 and $18 hats now $9.85 All $12.50 hats now $8.85 liAlI $10.00 hats now - $6.75 AW'$7.50 hats now .s $4.85 ikftit $5.00 hate now $3.75 WU1 ,-$3.50...

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. — 27 June 1913

News OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE OOUKTY OF BRYAN fH S " .-,7s DURANT, OKLAHOMA, l'JUDAY, JUXE 27, 1013. "iuty Co ,." Xumbcr 2. DURANT Weekly "4K I, J i. A. i . WA1 SON MURDER CASE TO JURY TROUIILE GETTIXU JURY CASE OCCUPIER 1'OUH DAYS XO VEItUICT YET Tho second trial of C. II. Watson, charged with the murder of hla, son-in-law, Wesley Crabtree, occupied tho nttcntlon of tho district court nil this week and went to tho Jury Thursda ovoning, no verdict halng boon reach ed up to tho llmo of going to press. Mr. Watson was tried In July, 1009, on tlils caso and was convicted and sentenced to tho penitentiary for life. Tho caso WU3 appealed, and was re versed and romandod for retrial on account of tho conduct of tho attorn eys for tho prosecution. Mr. Watson was In tho penitentiary while tho ap peal was ponding and had served oomcthing ovor two years of time thore Tho caso was tried at that tlmo with Judgo M. C: Gnrbor, appointed by tho supremo court, on tho bench. When tho retrial camo up ...

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. — 27 June 1913

M THE DUKAKT WEEXLX JlBWS m When Better Pictures Are Made They Will Be Shown At THE ORPHEUM Durant's Leading Pho(o Theater. The Place where Everybody Goes "There is No Music Like Ours" I . POSTOFFICES TO BE FILLED SOON 27 FOUllTH CLASS OFFICES TO IU2 SULTI.1K1) 1JY LXAMLWVTIOX IX miYXS COl'STY r Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published over? Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat- ter at tho postofflco at Durant. Okla- i homo, under Act of Congress of March t Brd, 187D. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publlsh-r. TEttMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, in advance, $1.00 Six Months, In advance, t .50 ADVERTISING KATES and circula tion statement will be furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of Insertions will be printed each Issue until orderod dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient...

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. — 27 June 1913

o THE DUKJUTT WEEKLY NEWS fT r BRYAN COUNTY HORSE SHOW JULY 4 & 5 AT DURANT, OKLAHOMA GRAND DECORATED STREET PARADE 4 BRASS BANDS PREMIUMS $450.00 ----u PREMIUMS 10 classes will bo Judged at each of the 3 performances. Saturday afternoon, performances will bo bucking broncos and tho attempt at riding tho famous Albany Bull. ?10.00 prize to anyone who caa rldo the bull. . . ' . DECORATED STREET PARADE 11 O'CLOCK JULY FOURM PERFORMTNCE FRIDAY .AFTERNOON l.ll'.l - 2 :15 FRIDAY NIOHT .1 I'. -- J 8 :15 SATURDAY AFTERNOON' v ...2:15 SATURDAY NIGHT '-.: ' - r'" 8:15 :- . LEGISLATURE IS IN SESSION RECOMMENDATIONS OF GENERAL INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE RECEIVED Oklahoma City, Juno 2C Removal from oflfcfi of John B. Dooltn, Stato Clamo nnd Fish Warden, for Inatten tion to tho duties of hlsdopartmont, was ono of tho rccomcmndatlons of tho general Investigating comralttco la a report mnclo to tho House of Ropro Bentntlvcs Monday. According to tho commltteo's findings', Doolln spends only about ...

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. — 27 June 1913

T M-' D X A X X W E! X-X. J&V & , . 1 Wih.A' .-wufct-t , . VJJJfi? ? CHOICE MEN'S SUITS Ul TO $18.50 AT $9.85 $20 TO $30 SUITS CHOICE -MEN'S ALL $2.50, $3.00 AND $3.G0 STRAW HATS $1.85 STETSON HATS $3.50 CHOICE .OVER 400 t MEN'S $2.50, $3.00 HATS $1.85 200 BOYS' HATS VALUES UP TO $2.00 $1.15 $1.00 VALUES 150 MEN'S SHIRTS 65C rjBEST.. MAKES 'MEN'S $1.50 SHIRTS 98G 35c KNIT DRAWERS AND UNDERSHIRTS 20C $1.50 ROXFORD UNION SUITS 9&C BEST $1,00 OVERALL, UNION MADE , 75C CHOICE OP $4.50 AND $5.00 MEN'S PANTS $3.85 CHOICE $3.50 AND $4.00 MEN'S PANTS $2i85 CHOICE 12.50 AND $3.00 MEN'S ODD PANTS $1.85 BOY SUITS AND ODD PANTS 25 PER CENT OFF 200 PAIRS EDWIN CLAPP $0 AND $7 OXFORDS $4.85 Free Delivery will be made by Parcel' Post to followimg olfices at Sale Prices:, ATOKA AYLESWORTH ACHfLLE ARMSTRONG ALLISON ALBANY BOSWELL BiSNNlNGTON BOKCHJTO BLUE BANTY , BEE BOGGY DEPOT BURSE CADDO , COLBERT CALERA CUMUERIAND - ! COLEMAN CADE VCANEY LMET FULSOM V HENDR1X SEMI i ANNUAL HI H Invit...

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. — 27 June 1913

Ov t fl tr" ! TfrE ftUftAflT 3TEE,KLY NEW S J ; .-, -j, Money Back on all Merchandise not satisfactory. Special attention given to the selection of mail orders. MATOY MILBURN. NIDA PIATTER P1RTLH CHOICE GAGE, FISK AND ALL MILLINERY, PRICE IFICK ALL COATS,,; SUITS, SKIRTS AND "DRESSES MUST BE SOLD 9rc 8ILO , MEAD SOPER OTf" ROBERTA UTIGA (if WADE VOCA ' YUBA WAPANUCKA J YAKNADY nbM PURE LINEN $2.50 MIDDY BLOUSE $1.65 $2.50 WHITE CORDUROY MIDDY BLOUSE DAY, JULY 4 $1.65 $1.35 NORFOLK MIDDY BLOUSE c7 To m ; Jill First-class Stores Find Clearing Sales ' Necessary Tor In order to serve you well we musl keep up bur sloes', styles and stocks, and now In order to clear out these "Good Things to Wear" while you have ample time" to use them, wo propose to make such low prices that will move them out quickly, for we will not carry over ;L- ' ,1, , "Seasonable" goods at any sacrifice and this 4s our reason for making such radical reductions on high class merchandise. Neither will our 1 'i ' ' ' ...

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. — 27 June 1913

0 THE DUXANT WEEKLY NEWS E. F. RINES, Present D. MORGAN, Viee.PreW H. D. NELY, CfcUr mmm The First National Bank OJ Cjty- Ten Stories Of Solid ComforJr capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma La.RnfwHV.riit RntVl i to iivol Surplus and BurpiHs ana (TT7 HOCOA Undivided Frotlto $Z,40J.OU iRoomst'Mtft Batti " to 2asl kCofe Prices Sensible Club BreaXfast3,25c up Noonday Luncn. 'u The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited LYerun? winner iha te "' m HOUSEHOLD HINTS To r'talton clothes which have be come A bad color, put two or three eUcob o lemon In tho boiler with tho clothes. The rind should bo left on. They will make tho clothes much whiter -and will remove all stains from pocket handkerchiefs, chlldrcns' ap rons, etc. To easo a shoe that pinches, wet a cloth in hot water and apply to tho tight place while the shoo Is on the foot. Wrap a heavy dry cloth around tho wet one and leave until dry. This will not injure tho finest leather and will stretch It. Take- a soft cloth dampened with...

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