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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 5 September 1913

T?HE liiRANT WKEKLI NEWS L t'r1l. 1 u TO BUY Old Corn WE want to btiy all of the old corn in Bryan County, and will pay you the highest market price for it. We have bought the old Bondies Mill, located just south of the Durant Cotton Oil Co. We have made extensive improvements and have remodel ed dhtirely and are prepared to buy. all the old cqrn in the county for cash, trade you meal .and chops for it, or will grind you shelled corn for you at reasonable prices. """ Durant Grain and Elevator Co. On Alabama Street between Katy and M. O. & G. DURANT, OKLAHOMA L LOCAL AND PERSONAL DOINGS $. Wo ylll buy tho best of cattloand sell tho tnoatas'clie'ap'ns any market. A. iVolfo & Co. , , . . .wsl .- ,, t Jjfl."VWSC',I , i .Ygenis" namcu jnu per ween. io Investment or cxparlcnco .necessary. Wrffo or.partlculars. PWi Goodman; PretldbntS S8b 'Regal Bfdp ChhWp. j f ;-2 v - IK Reed and" BOns, Wllllard and Robert, .have purchased tho Jf. C. Mooro grocery stock, North Second Avenue, and w...

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. — 5 September 1913

D. MORGAN, VicvPraaident H. D. NEELY, Cash la tTKtB ICpXpjBiiilkiBHkBiH The First National Bank uiinai r'Tfert Stcwies Of r' i-T- ii 1 rq 7 t; of Durant. Oklahoma asr $27485 CKUU.U, 1(UI I U i J. Capital $100,000 l-a-Frfl! Without! Bath tl to 10fll iROomsrwtth Bat1 iaff to t2QSl kCafe Prices Sensible- JH- ( Club DreQKfasis,Z5c up Noonday Lun.cn. tut The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Lverunumner o 1 F RINES, President III I ! I IlOTJfftillOLD HINTS If thero tro fruit stains on tao tabla n&pkinu, rub with and Boak In BlllUe lurpcntlno boforc washing. Vbr mildow, Uoup croam of tartar -with, tho. sailed part and. boll In clear water or tub with a fresh tomato. Try serveral shades of silk together In, ono noodly when mending plaids or checks, U3lnjj colors to hnrmonUo wita tho predominating tones of tho molorlal. Tho mended part scarcely vllL-show attar It Is neatly pressed. For dusting women's hoavlly trim med hata, tho best brush Is a cheap shavine brush, as It Is both ...

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. — 5 September 1913

A I THE ftUIANI WEEKLY ASV8 - ffKDEPENDENT COTtTON YARJJ fAn Indepondont cotton yard will bo in oporatton In this city this fait and It Is anonunccd that this ynrd is nw ready for tho recaption nnd storago at cotton. Tho yard la directly nbrth vt tho Inland Compress Company's prcsn on tho Katy right-of-way, and Is un der tho direction of Ben ILcc, County "Weigher. Tho fndopenfient yard will mako a charge of fifteen cents par bale for storage, wlicro tho cbareo mado by tho other yard ast year was thlrty iflvo cents per bats, thereby caving the tfarmor twenty cents per halo on that score. Tho ncrpilrlng of this Independent yard for Durnnt puts tho city on an equal basis with other towns In tho county In tlw scrap do sco which town gets tho cotton. It will mean n 'bettor prloo for tho fleecy staple, as tho far mers reap tho benefit of tho cheap .storage thus afforded. A number at protnlneut citizens and tho business men ot the city wero Urp 1y Instrumental in tho establishment of this ...

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. — 5 September 1913

TM8 DUKAM WKKKll NIWH FOR SALE! -?. - - I Whlto Dress, slzo 3G, valuo $8.09j prlco now fclJJO 1 Whlto UroSB, Blzo 36, valuo 10.du, prlso now - '(ZM 1 Whlto brcsB, slzo 3G, vnluc $3.01 prlco now $1JD 1 Whlto Dress. Blzo 38, value $10.(ft, price now If 5.00 1 White Drc8t alzo 3G, valuo $4.00 prlco now - $2.00 2 black and whlto stilpo Skirts, NO, 235, size 24-32 and 25-39, valuo $12.50, price now x - - ',, 1 grey atrlpo Skirt, No. 314, al-se 25-38, vnluo $10.00, prlco now $0.50 1 dark brown Skirt, No. 354, atzo 2G-39. valuo $9.00, prlco now $.".."0 1 brawn Btripo Skirt, No. 234, szo 25-39, valuo $G.50, prlco now $l-"0 1 dvrJs-blue Skirt, No. 223, slzo 2S-jjl9, value $9.00, prlco now $."J0 2 black and whlto stttpo Skirts, No. 823, slzo 2G-40 nnd 26-40, valun $10.00. price now - - I - 6,0() 1 tan Skirt, No. 2911, Blzo 24-39, valuo $10.00, prlco now $6.00 1 tan Skirt, No 256, slzo 27-40, valijo $G.0O, prlco now $1.25 1 grey flklrt, No. C88, Blzo 25-39, ffiiluo $10.00, prico now $7.20 1 gr...

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. — 12 September 1913

DURANT WEEKLY NEWS OFFICIAL 2CKWJIPAPIR OF THE OOtJXTY OP BRYAN '- ' ' " t " ' BURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918. Yolnme XVII. Number 87. i Mr FAIP DATES ARE ifcs7 15, IB e 0 MOVED HACK A DAr vyUXT OF CIRCUS. $1,000 lYOfr&i OF STOCK HAS BEEN SOLI) Tho directors of tho ryan Count" Llvo Stoolt and Agricultural Associa tion at Its meeting tho first part of tho week decided to change tho dates of tho fair to Oct. 15, 16 and 17, to allow mpro tlrno for preparation, but It was decided Wednesday of this vvcek that owing to tho fact that tho qolls-Floto s'.iows will bo hero on the sovcntccntU that tho dates bo set forward ono day, making ho big fair como on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 11, 35 and 16, which will let tho show como tho next day after tho fair closes. This papor was Informed UiIb morn ing that to dato moro than $1,000 worth of tho capital stock for tho per manent fair grounds had been toA with moro contracts being made every lay. it is expected that w...

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. — 12 September 1913

L.i-f -i Tj-" t TME BURAT WKKKT.T NRffi) !i .tm For to insure complete success take along a case of M Ml-- . e satiifyirtg beverage in field 0 JimSif or forest; at home or in town! m w!QmPii! pure and wholesome as it is M IALMff temptingly good. M jj5g(i Delicious Refreshing m z Thirst-Quenching M r. jJemaml tlic ucnuinc j&r Kefuse substitutes, dtp BSW nl Inr ! Ttrmll.. .BSr B :a jH Soda Fountains or Carbon ated in Bottles. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. BUSY IN CONGRESS Congressmen from Oklaltonm Arc Milking Their Influence Felt In the Capital City 1,000 ENROLLED Public Schools Opened .TTondny TVItli Largo Enrollment Strong Faculty Durant's public schools opened for tho year's work Monday morning with an enrollment at tho start of 1,000 pupils, which is expected to be mater ially increased within a-weok. The faculty this year is exception ally stronpr. The following aro the teachers: W. H, Echols, superintendent. North "Wnrd, High School I. S. Hinshaw, principal, history. ...

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. — 12 September 1913

THK DCKANT WXKKLT NEWS I Public Health Department . BY DR. J. C. MAIIR, STATE COMMISSIONER OP HEALTH On Monday, .Soptomber let, tho Stato Hoard of Health had a caller in tho parson of an oldcrly gentleman .-about fifty years of ago, a Blnglo man without a family, who had boon work ing In tho oil regions for several years, never at any ono placo long enough to establish his rcsldonco In any county. Ills health began falling about lour months ago, being bothorcd with a. porslatont cough and unablo to obtain any rollof from tho same A few days provlous to his visit his troublo was diagnosed as tuberculosis or consum ption, tho Stato Health Laboratories confirming this diagnosis. After learning that ho had consumption, and realizing that he had no home, no one to care for hlro, to aid or assist him, and tbat ho had not saved any thing, ho camo to Oklahoma City, tho largest city in tho State, tho Slut-, capital and centrally locnted, and ap plied to tho different hospitals for ad mission...

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. — 12 September 1913

TBE(f)qBAgT,WKF,KIy jfWB, , u & TO BUY 4 Old Corn WE want to buy all of the old corn in Bryan County, and will pay you the highest market price for it. We have bought the old Bondies Mill, located just south of the DuranLCotton Oil Co. We , have made extensive improvements and have remodel ed entirely and are prepared to buy all the old corn in the county for cash, trade you meal and chops for it, or will grind yotu shelled corn for you at reasonable prices. Durant Grain and Elevator Co. On Alabama Stree between Katy and M. O. & G. DURANT. OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OPENED WEDNESDAY PROGRESS OF SOUTHKASTEUjr OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST GIRLS I SCHOOL. TUE FACULTY Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N, Tflira Avenue, juurnnt. Oklahoma Entered as second class mall mat wr at the .post-oflce at Durant,- okia. IM Congress BfMRrQb msirm' E. M. EVANS, 'EdftTr'niaVUDllth TERM? OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In' advancci.w.j ..!.,ll00 Mit. Months, In advance ...

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. — 12 September 1913

0 -, .x.ks'.JULjLur8 iri&xiA itawV A t v LOCAL AND' , PERSONAL DOINGS i Wo keep n fioocl lino at fresh and loured moats' always on hand. A, Wolfe fc Co. .W81 Barbecuo mention Wednesday nnd Saturday nt the 0. K. Meat Market. iA. Wolfo & Co. ' wsii Harned's NewStoro Is open for bus- tlnoss, with n new storo and a now up- ito-dato stock, Call around. D, G. Har ped, Prop. Adv. Rev. Harry Boult returned Mondav fruornlng fiom Folsom GrGvc, whore ,he had been for the paat?lwo Weeks holding n protracted meeting for tho M Baptist congregation. Tho meeting .was a great success In every particu lar, twcnty-flNo conversions Being re ported during the meeting. Sunday 'afternoon fourteen were baptised. Tho condition of crops In Oklahoma on September first, or harvest tlmo, as estimated by tho U, S. Department of Agriculture, is given below expressed 5n percentages, 100 representing a per fect condition: Com, 39; oats, GO; alfalfa, CO, millet, 52; kaflr corn, GO; broom corn, 4G; sorghum, 4...

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. — 12 September 1913

jtlXJSttalati-1vi)aWRS.i... 0 THE DOXAST WKKKI.1 HEWS E. F. R1NES, President D. MORGAN, Vice-President H. D. NEELY, Cesfcter The First National Bank capital $100,000 of Durant, Oklahoma asrM $27485.80 The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited Ten atones ur Solid ComforJr l450JWlthout Bath.l to HP? IRoamsVUh Bain ! to a. iCofe Prices Sensible, Chib BreQkrasts.Z5C up Noondoy Luncn. iu LYenm trainer o J MMW!"Mmi MW mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Household Hints thai are passed oner the Garden Fence. ghborly Helps By Miss Mabel Linda HOUSEHOLD HINTS If the soup Is too salty, add a lew slices of r;iw potatoes and cook a lit tle longer. The potato will absorb the surplus salt. When making apple jelly, put a rose geranium-leaf In the bottom of each glass beforo pouring In tho Jelly. It will lmpatt a delicious flavor. When running dates, figs or raisins through the chopper, add a few drops of lemon Julco to prevent the fruit from clogging tho chopper. It 1b a good Idea when cleaning milk ...

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. — 12 September 1913

r THE DURANT WEEKLY HEVB A 14 LB. RATTLER l, J. fc. Frsalilla of Colbert Hoped n Illy ono Jb ilea Jtlrcr uottom After struggling for nearly nn hour Friday afternoon, J. K. Franklin hjr W, main force and strength and n strong ropo captured nlivo probably tho larK- "') est rattleflnako ever Been in tho val- S, ley of Ited river. Tho wolght of the Z rnfllnr la fniirtnin nminilix ntiil lilo Itrwti' is as largo na ao ordinary man's leg. n Air. ranKiin operates a sawnuu on Red rlvor near Daer's ferry,' four jnllea north of Denlson. Ills homo io at Colbert, and his mill Is on tho Qk- f. lahoma side Friday Mr, Franklin was I walking through tho bottoms near his W mill and encountered tho hugo rattler Riinnlnir himsolf. Thn enormous elzj K of tho Bcrpcnt Impressed Mr. Frank lin and ho hurried hack to tho mill, where ho procured a lasso. Returning o the place whoro ho found tho rcp- Ciilo ho found his snakeshJp vory angry, standing almost orcct and rattling hi buttons with great noise. Tho sa...

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. — 12 September 1913

ii - - r.. t ll-(m,mln THE DUKANT WKEKLY -JfKWS PERKINS BROfS. CO. ANNUAL AUTUMN ANNOUNCEMENT t K 4 V i : til The Best and Greatest assortment of Men's, Women's and Children's Wear ever shown in Durant Our efforts to please you can best be determined by the high quality of the Merchandise we offer you, and the low prices asked. Our store is filled with attractive and reliable Merchandise worthy of your attention, .because of its beauty, style, quality, newness, exclusiveness and the very modest prices. SHOES ALL LEATHER SHOE'S Men' medium and heavy work shoes In pjaln or cap too, black or tan, at $2.00,.$2.50 and .. $3.00 MenMpntont button or laco shoos, BpcdkPat S2.50 1 1, " x LADIES' HUTTON Olt LAW, SHOES 31edfotn or light weight sojo phocs la vlcl.jijktent tip or plain too. 1.50 up to. 5M -L$2.50 raR.TS' SCHOOL SHOES NeatMWefl that will etand hard usage, calf MMtyi double s61t, soljd leather counlcrkand heels, a great value, In buttonVrlace: -$2.50 Boys'- School shoes in gun meta...

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. — 19 September 1913

r Durant Weekly News OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF . THE OOUNTY OF BRYAN Yolnme XYIT. M'KAVT. OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1013. Number 3$. COM -p58 . &t tA ,. m co ill LEE WINS M'I'l t'O. WEIOHE COMl'HBSS TO MAKE MOTION r 0R NEW TRIAL oring (ts shipment, and tho banks' mUBt . havo tno bil lot Jading to get their money out of tho cotton, Judgo Hntahott heard tn Injunction null of Bon Loo, County Weigher, against tho Inland ComprenH Co. on Wednesday and after hearing the tes timony, Issued a permanent Injunction against the compress pooplo froor prohibiting them from weight 115 cot- ion for pay or free. Hatchett and Fer guson represented Mr. Leo, while tho compress J.eoplo wore ropreri'jit'id by Uttorbac'c, Hayes and MaeDonard At an early date, probably Monday, tho atornoys 'or tho compress will mako a motion for a now tria'. and It It Is denied v. Ill appeal tbo caso to tho Oklahoma Supreme Court Nominally the conipre3S has been weighing cotton freo of charge, for Its patrons and for...

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. — 19 September 1913

wwrsC i.yiim.touiiimi!imim'mmm TI? BURAITT WKKKLT NEWS K o Iff Treat Them t y7 to the treat of treats always welcomed, by all, everywhere a 'krfc3$ sparkling with life delight- W ((mvigijl fully cooling supremely V Jjplfw wholesome. m jjK I Delicious Refreshing w Thirst-Qoencliing M Demand the Genuine p Kcfusc Substitutes. y At Soda Fountains or Carbon ated in liottles. Snd lor Frrc booklet THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. Qeneral Interest ZACotes Mayor W. J. Gaynor of greater Now York died lust Thursday on a steam ship while enrouto to Europo for a vacation, and his death wilt change the entire New York city political sit uation. Mr. Gaynor was ono of tho country's greatest men, and -would probably have figured asi presidential possibility had he lived. Two Mexican smugglers w?ro kill ed and fourteen captured In u battle with U. S. troops and countv officers at Eagle Pass, Texas, Us. Friday. 1 ho Bamo band a few day before had kill ed a deputy sheriff In Texas and cap tured anot...

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. — 19 September 1913

THJ? BU8ANT TTBEXIi'Z KIWI f: m M 1 Public Health Department DY DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE COMMISSIONER OP HEALTH Intorcst Id tnodlcal lnspoction of schools Is increasing In Oklahoma. Tho State Dopartmcnt of Health Is receiving much oncouragoment slnco Its advocacy of a policy of partial In spection by teachors In lieu of tho reg ulation system that should ho employ ed whoro facilities are obtainable. Tho Idea advanced In this Depart ment somo days ago has met with tho -approval of tho State Dopartmcnt of Education and tho following open let ter to tho public has bocn Issued by Hon. R. H. Wilson, Stato Superintend cnt of Schools: , "To tho Public: I havo Just read an artlclo given to the press last wook by tho Stato Commissioner of Health, Dr J. C. Mahr, and' I tako this, tht first opportunity, of endorsing to tho public this article. I am persuaded that tho ngltatlon being waged by tho Stato Health Department in bohalf of the public schools is worth many times to tho Stato tho cost of s...

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. — 19 September 1913

f Jf . THTv TftAXT KKlffcY tfttWft 1 Durant Weekly News Official Pnpor of llryun County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as Becond clnss mail mnt ter nt the postorrico nt Durnnt. Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March Brd, 1879. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, - $1.00 Blx Months, In advance, .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of insertions will bo printed each issue until ordcrod dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher rosorvos tho right to reject any. advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. COKTKST XEA1UXG CLOSK The Durnnt Weekly News-Corner Drug Store Piano Contest promises to be one of, tho warmest ever pulled off in the state. A number of the contes tants havo expressed themselves as being quite euro they would win. Thic marks Iho twen...

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. — 19 September 1913

I TKK BCMANT JtXI,Y 3fg,rT mr-r it i Nf FOR SALE! I Whlto Droas, slzo 3G, value 18.00, price now .-.$1h0 1 Whlto Dress, slzo 36, vnluo $10.00, prlcoiipw $5.00 1 Whlto Dress, ulzo 36, vnluo $7.50, price now 1.50 1 Whlto Dress, slzo 38, vnluo $10.00, prlco'iow jl?5.00 1 Wh!t6 DreBS, slzo 30, vnluo 51.00, price, now ... $2.00 2 black and Whlto strlpo Skirts, No. 235, sjito 24-32 hnd 25-39, value $12.60, price now -,7.- '50 1 grey strlpo Skirt, No. 314, size 25-38, vnilfq , $10.00, prlco now $0.60 1 dark brown Skirt, No. 354,' alzo 26-39, vnluo $9,0), prico now $5.50 1 brown Btrlpo Skirt, No. 234, Blzo 25-39, value $6.60, prico now $1.50 1 dark bluo Skirt, No. 223, bIzo 25-39, vnluo $9.00, price now $5.60 2 black and whlto Btrlpo Skirts', No. S23, slzo 26-40 and 26-40, valuo $10.00, prico now - - $6.09 1 tan Skirt, No. 2914, slzo 24-39, value $10.00, prlco now $0.00 1 tan Skirt, No. 256, slzo 27-40, valuo $0.00, prlco now $1.25 1 grey Skirt, No. 288, bIzo 25-39, value $10.00, prico now ...

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. — 19 September 1913

THK BUKA5T WK1KL1 KXWS E. F. RINE5. President D. MORGAN. Vice-FrMfcUat H. D. NEELY, Cas-lwr The First National Bank 01 CJpSD- Ten Stories OF Solid ComforJr of Durant, Oklahoma sari $27,485.80 l4Fnfwithrmt. Beth 1 to $Ol Capital $100,000 lRooinsVi Bnth oi3 1 28flj iCafe Prices Sensible , Club BreakfQst8.25t Up Noonday uincn. "lus The Bank That Accommodates Business Solicited -YUimre inmi.r s ' RX 1Ka iffiw aa(Mf W- Household Hints thai are passed over the Qarden Fence. Real Neighborly Helps By Miss Mabel Linda HOUSEHOLD 1ILNTS To kcop the carpot sweeper pulleys from slipping after thor hove worn emooth, wrap them with adhesive tape. To protect small articles spread the bleach on tho grass, cover them with chewe cloth fastened down with wooden pegs. A good thin broth mar be roado of the water in which cabbago is boiled, if milk, butter and thickening is ad ded to it Gray green la a good color for a nursery wall. If thero la a frieze it should be tho height of a child's oye from the fl...

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. — 19 September 1913

THE HURAffT WEKKLX niH8 This Outfit Was Made For You HERE was a time when all farmers hitched up every other mon rig part of the year every morninp and took their milk to the creamery. Today man v of them use cream spnn- rators. That proportion of farmers is crowing rapidly because they find more advantages, fewer difficulties, and much profit in the modern way. Do you still plod the uncertain creamery route, or have you the efficient little team shown above at work for you? This outfit, an I H C Cream Separator Dairymaid, Bluebell, or Lily and a one-horse power back-geared I H C engine, will save you, in cream, from five to fifteen dollars per year on every cow milked, separate your milk and cream cleanly and thoroughly, and givo you clean, fresh, warm skim milk to feed that will build up fat, healthy pigs and calves. I H C separators do better work and last longer than others. Every modern improvement, every tried device for insuring efficiency, economy and durability, is built in...

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. — 19 September 1913

"vr IHS BUXAITT WEEKLY XX1T8 "THE QUALITY STORE" IS NOW OPEN M ' We promised the people of Durantand Bryan county a thoroughly new, modern and up-to-date store, and have fulfilled our promise. We have entirely remodeled the building, within and without, and have installs one of the newest of designs of show windows, in which are displayed different articles of wearing 'apparel which we carry.. Our shelves and showcases are now full of new fall goods, consisting of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Men's Furnishings, Shoes for Misses, Ladies, Children, Men and Boys, Dry Goods and Notions, and a better selected stock is not to be found any where. Our salespeople will be found as courteous and obliging, as you could wish. !i Worth Horn 5 By this we mean that we will strive to give you the biggest dollars worth for a dollar that it is possible for us to do and make a living profit. Our line of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear is1 ready,, and the newest fashions of Skirts, Waists and One-Piece Dresses are ...

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