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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 November 1913

5 ' 4- tf -A" Diuraht Weekly News Official Paper of BryanCourity. Published ovory Thursday at 11 N. .Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter at the postof flee 'at Durant, Okla homa, Under Act of Congross of March ra, 1879. a. M. EVANS, Editor 'and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advanoo, $1.00 BLx Months, In advance,... .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without apeclflod number of Insertions will ho printed each Issue until ordored dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves tho right to refect any advcrtlsSfncnt for any reason good and sufficient to himself. - , Dr. W. H. .McCurloy was Up from Colbert on ,buBlness ioDday of this week. t MIsb, Fan, Evans, teacher in tho Colt bert schools .spent Sunday in Durant with her mother. ,' ' ' it- Whyf pay rent whon, you can own your own home? Seo GIBSON & TlIAXTON. ., 4Gt5 P. H; B...

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. — 14 November 1913

r i 6 THE DURANT WIIKLT MW , Public Health Department OY DR. J. 0. UAHK, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH Keeping nooks on Disease. Vital statistics Is a system of book keeping used In tho public health do par(mcnt that enables hoalth ottlcors to keep In closo touch with tho con ditions ot each locality, county nnd state. Where t'nero ato thorough and complete reports from n county ot all contagious nnd Infectious diseases, und d-mths from all causes, tho health offlcor Is nblc at tho end ot tho year, by comparing his year's work with that of tho previous year, to tell whether or not he has accomplished any results In the deduction of dis ease and tho death rato from the samo. Cat Distributes Diphtheria A cat, tho victim of n physician's experimental effott to uphold his diagnosis ot n case, waa tho means ot carrying Dlphthorln among chil dren In nn Oklahoma town a few days ago. It appears from an In vestigation thnt a physician Insisted that a patient suffering from Mem branous croup w...

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. — 14 November 1913

THX DURAXT WXZKX.Y KIWI f 1 i CKOr FIGURES ' tlco gives out tho following compari son ot 1913 nnd 1012 cropa In Okla homa: Corn: ' .Yloid'por acre, bu, 1013 11.0 1012 18,7; Production thousand bu, 1913 50,930; 1012101878; Old, on farms November "l, thousnnd bu., Idl3 1,030; 1912309; Quality, 1013 crop, per cont. 191370; 1912 70. Potatoes: ' Yipld per ncrobu, 19,13 CO 1012- CO; Production, thousand'bu., 1013 1,80V, ipi2 1,740; Quality per cent, 191380; 191280, Apples: . Production por cent, 1913 15; 1912 75; Quality- per .cent, 1913 CO; 191279. Grapes: Production per cent," 191362; 1912 79; Quality por cent, 191374; 191288. Sorghum: ' ,' Yield of sirup per acre, gal., 1913 5G; 191275. Frlco to producers, Nov. 1: Wheat, cenfs per bu., 191381; 1912 70; Corn, Cents per bu,, 1913 74; 191250; Oats, cents per bu., 1913 40; 191238; Potatoes cents por bu., 1913104; 1912 98; Eggs, cents per doz., 1913 22; 191221; Cotton,, cents per lb., 19i3 12.5; li12 10,0; Hay, dols. per bu(, 191310.10; 191...

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. — 14 November 1913

ftL fftkl , ' 8 THE tJlANT WKKKLX NEWS HARNED r s 1 ii.in-l - l " -. till " f a - TOO MANY GOOD TELL THE TLE -- FREE nLadies' and Men's Shoes With every purchase of $25 or more we -will ghe abso lutely li ee choice of any pair of ladles' or men's shoes In the house. To the people who nre Intending to lay In their fall goods here Is an opportunity Indeed not to bo over looked as It means a clear saving to you of $3.50 to $5.00. Ilarned's Shoes are Quality Shoes, too. Every Item a Bargain Men's Hats. $3.50 values S2 69 Children's Ribbed Hose - 76 Men's Black or Tun Hose 76 Ladles' Fast Black Hcse. good weight 76 Men's 35c long Four-ln-Hand Ties 19d Men's $1.25 and $1 Union Suits 896 Children's Union Suits - 216 Ladles' Bleached Vests, good quality 256 Bojs' Heavy Union Suits. - 15 Men's Corduroy rants", leather cuffs. S2.G9 Good Apron Ginghams -a . , 56 Heavy Cotton Flannel i. 8 1 36 Safety Pins, 2 cards .-, -- 56 15c Wide Embroideries t-'" , 9 $,50 Ladles' Skirts Jl.--.. j- . S4.98 ,...

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. — 21 November 1913

;VW DURANT News AV OFFICIAL XIW8PAPI OP tHIS OtftftfTY 03f BEYAN Wmekly W. . .. ra i v :-.' 0 v u - 4 I '& ;-' f. : ? " V.' ' v'. "? -sr BAY FOB ROAD WOi.'-7' gj) Cemmlssfoners to meet Tncsdny and,. Over Koad Koh( Selected, iritli Otkcrs. County Clork McCrcary on Wodnos day of this week called a Bpoclnl moot ing of the Board of County CommUt slonora to convene Tuesday of next week. On that Bate the commission ers togethor wltli tho county cnglncor will go over tho proposed good-roads Touto of tho Oklahoma, Toxas nnd Gulf Highway, from Colbert to Nlda via Dnraml, and solcct tho best route. "Whon this routo Is selected and im proved, It will bo tho laBt link Jn a perfect road from tho north clear to th Gulf, thru Oklahoma City, Dur anlr, .Denison and .Dallas. President C. O. Johnson of tho Bryan County Association to be, has called a mass moetlng of goodronders to 'bo hold at the court houso in .this city next Tuesday night for tho pur ipobo of perfecting tho county organ ization,...

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. — 21 November 1913

D THE DURANT WIIKLY KIWI , Superintendent Wilson's Address' at the Normal (Dy W. M. WICKHAM.) Last Saturday morning Stato Super Jntendnnt Wilson addrosecd the stu dents, faculty and citizens at tho normal at ten o'clock. As Mr. Wilson entered tho hall from tho main en trance the students rushed en masse to tho door of the auditorium, where under tho direction ot tho yell leaders, the distinguished guest was greeted "with lousing yells and then tho stu dents pnld their tribute to President Murdaugh with the same lusty 'rah 'rahs. i As SupL Wilson stepped upon the platform, Mls"s Glayds Davis tripped across the stage and pinned n beauti ful red rose, plucked from tho campus, upon tho lapel ot his coat amid, the cheers of students and faculty. President Murdaugh then Introduced the speaker, who said in part: "It gives me pleasuro to note the marked improvement of this Institu tion and I find evidences which bc upe&k the influence of enthustsam and co'oncrntlon. i "Two years ago thi...

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. — 21 November 1913

1 w 1 THE DURANT WEEKLY NEW T-J A RNED ? s B IS 111 190HE JiF?!Miii)i)))i)i"r r fflffw HI 1 J MH I SALE IPMfBMBMJjiLtPl TOO MANY GOODS TEfULS THE TALE $ TREE' jT Ladies' and Men's Shoes With every purchase of $25 or more we will give abso lutely free choice of any pair of ladles' or men's shoes In the house; Tothe people' who are Intending to lay In their fall goods here is an opportunity indeed not to be over looked as it means a clear saving to you of $3.50 to $5.00. Harned's Shoes are Quality Shoes, too. Every Item a Bargain Men's Hats, $3.50 values S2 69 Children's Ribbed Hose '.. .2. 76 Men's Black or Tan'Hosc -'." 76 Ladles' Fast Dlack Hose, good'velght 1 76 Men's 35c long Four-ln-Hand Ties -. . , 196 Men's $1.25 and $1 Union Suits JX. .' S9i Children's Union Suits , ., ' 21c Ladles' Bleached Vests, good quality 25c Boys' Heavy Unjon Suits . 45 Men's Corduroy rants leather cuffs... . $2,69 Good Airon Gl'ngbams.l .... . , 56 Heavy Cotlon Flanjiel 'L .' .....8 .1 36 Safety Pins,...

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. — 21 November 1913

WZVl,--f THE DURAKS WBKLt MEWS ':, II n c 4' i. :i i W i , i ' v Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N. . Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mat ter at the postofflco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress of March trd, 1879. X. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Tear, In advance, $1.00 Blx Months, in advance, .60 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statcmont will be furnished pros pective ndvortisers upon application. Advortlsemonts authorized without peclflcd number of Insertions will bo printed each issue until ordered dis continued by tho advertiser. Tho publisher resorves tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. Report of County Superintendent Neely shows more chlldron attending school in this county than over before. Good sign. Candidates aro bobbing up for county offices and thero aro already about six candidates for sheriff. Tho mor...

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. — 21 November 1913

t hit -vox Art WE"KLY I k HUvtf A b? LOCAL AND PERSONAL -. , DOINGS Mrs. Sinclair has returned from n. visit with hor mothor at Mansflold.j 1CZB8. Mrs. Stnnloy and children, of Clu burno, Texas, are visiting at the homo of n. F. Grafa. FOR ItENT FurnlBhcd room with all modern conveniences. Apply 415 North Second Avenue. W. & S. It. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. I Rogers, Ark., oro the and Mrs, Sam Kyle. N. Parker, of guests of Mr. Miss Velda Anderson, who 1b teach ing school near Wndo.i was a homo visitor over Sunday, Why pay rent wnctr you can. own your own home? See 'GIBSON & THAXTON. . 4Gt5 Miss Viola Montgomery of Ardmore spent Saturday and Sunday with hor mother and other friends, Jamie McKInnoy came up from Sherman, Sunday, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McKlnney. Miss Avis Parks, a teacher in the Bennington Public Schools, had her students over to the fair Friday. Miss Cnmlo Atkinson, who Is teach ing school near Caddo, spent Satur day and Sunday with homo folks. Wo wi...

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. — 21 November 1913

. McrHrTi fMW"--yWftrX-w.fK..i M J Public Health Department BY DR. J. C. MAHIt, STATE C0HMI8SI0NEH OP HEALTH Oklahoma has an annual death loss at about 10,000. Of this number of tlenthB over one-third arc duo to dis eases that can bo prevented. But, wo have become so accustomed to the Itresonco of typhoid fevor, tuberculo sis malaria, diphtheria, tncnBlcs, Hcn.'lot fovcr, whooping cough thnt we would bo lonesome without them. Tt these gamo diseases are respon sible for one death out of threo. After one rcnchci tho ngo of thirty-five or f rtj the have srown Immune to many of these diseases and If they aro n1olng Rood health the glvo tho mn'Btlon of prconttve medicine little, Jf any. thought and hore Is whcio Urn make a great mistake. Most pco tiIp are vory Indignant If tho city mthorltles neglect to hang out a red lantern as a warning for defective ldfwnlk, torn up street, sower ditch r a wall that Is apt to fall down. A road ovorseor will hoo his troubles If ho fnlls to plnco n warn...

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. — 21 November 1913

TBS DURANT W1EKL7 1IUW8 I SI - S UTICA It has been some time slnco I have seen anything from Utlca, so wo will scrlbblo a few lines. Tho woathor is flno and tbo farmers aro certainly making good use of this flno weather and cotton plcklnc or pulling boles will soon bo a thing of tho past in this community, as al ready quite u number aro through I!ckttir. MIbscs Lula Qrcenway and Lena AuBtln commenced their school. Mon day, also Mrs. Jessie Ilrlney, and with tho co-opcratlon of tho school board they expect to teach a good tichoo). Mr. S. q. lby, who moved Up be tween tho Boggles some tlmo ago, Its back on business for a foW dayB. Ho sayo Bogg'y Is a fine country to live In. lots or grass, nnd beat of all opusBunis and fat potatoes grow al most spontaneously In his country. Mr. A. H. Hobbs had a breale down Friday night which has shut tho sin down f6r n day or so, but will be ablo to gin this afternoon and he expects to catch Up with his ginning this week. If nothing happens Dro. D. W...

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. — 21 November 1913

f" 8 THE DURAKT WHKtY KIWI POSTAL SAVINGS HOJJDS Information Relative to Investing1 Postal Deposits In Good llonds. Tho following is an oxcorpt from n circular received by Postmastor Ear Icy from tho Postmaster General: By applying on or beforo December 1, 1013, depositors of tho Postal Sav ings System may exchange the wholo or a part of their deposits for United States registered or coupon bonds in denominations of $20. $100, and $500, bearing Interest from January 1, 1911, at the rate of 2 1-2 per cent por an num, paynblo semi-annually, and re deemable at tho ploaBuro of tho Unit ed States after ono year from tho date of Issue, both principal, and In terest payablo 20 years from that dato in United States gold coin. Postal savings bonds are exempt from all taxes or duties of tho United States, as well ns from taxation in any farm by or under Stnto, municipal, or authority. Applications mtiBt bo received on or before December 1, 1913, by tho post master nt tho depository office whe...

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. — 28 November 1913

wj3 Durant Weekly News rt OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF HE COUNTY OF BK7AN 'fa 4- ; &T k Volume XVII. CADDO FAMILY XOW 11. T. Anders, n Cripple, llndljr Wound. I Old Man F'jMci. wl'h Kulfp. An- m and Fosters Arnstcd As tho result of what has proved to bo morn of a family row,, than any thins; oIbo. Bal ana Dili Fr , of near Caddo, were balled, o xcourt this week on charges of u "-x to kill nnd do bodily harm, anu ' . -dors, n cripple, whd navigates es, 1b out on ball charged wU ' o in Mil nihil., OI.1 linn V1..I.1 "ft iv mil, nuiia uiu uiuu runiui) --. of tho boys, and alleged vlclu O Andnr's knlfri maa nnf nhtn in nnfi. 1 this weok, , Tho story or told a Nows roporter 1b about as follows: Tho Fosters and tho Anders families live In tho same place, about thrco tulles from Caddo, and for soma tlma thoro had been bad blood betweon them, Anders Is a cripplo and geU about with crutches'. Monday of thlt) week. -tho trouble camo to a head when Old Man Foster attacked Anders, and Anders wielde...

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. — 28 November 1913

J. . b S THE DUItAHT WEEKLY HEWI Durant Weekly News OfJlclfilPnp$r pi. Dryan County.. PaMlflheiT every Thursday at 114 N. Third Avenuoi Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mall mut ter at thb postofflco at Durant, Okla homa, under Act ot Congress of March rt. 1879. M. )L EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 0no Year, In advance, si.00 Blx MonthB, In ndvanco, .60 ADVERTISINO TIATRH nti.1 xlronln. tloa statement will be furnished pros- pocuvo aavertlsurs upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number ol Insertions will be printed each Issue until ordered dis continued by tho advertiser. Tho publisher rcservos tho right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufficient to himself. the laws, of tho land Just how ho makes It conform to his oath of of fice wo fall to see. Wnpauchna rre9. Tho Oklnhomttn, over tho mouth piece of the trusts and autocracy, Is now howling Itself black In tho faco In favot of a reduced membership In tho le...

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. — 28 November 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS I Ready For Business Again r. SH lei l w. n it1 ' i r. r., t , m, m i - IN SPITE of the fire which wiped out our house and all contents, Monday morn- ing, we are again ready for business and prepared to fill all orders with the same dispatch that characterizes our dealings. We are temporarily located on Second Avenue and Evergreen, across the street ffrom the Durant Opera House, one block east of Postof fice. We burned out Monday morning and by Tuesday evening had unloaded fifteen tars of merchandise and can care for all your needs. A J t, -i Hale-Halsell Grocery Company By G. B. Malone, Manager DURANT'S $250,000 FIRE Hnlc-llalscll 'Grocery Co!. Durant Estnhlls'hiiicut Totally Dcstroynl by Fire 1'arly jJIondny Morning What Is probably the most dlBastcr oub Pro In the history of this c:ty, occurred early Monday morning, whon tho Halc-Halsefl Grocery Company's Wholesale store In this city was total ly dostroyed together with all con tents, by a fire or uuknown o...

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. — 28 November 1913

THE flVRAtfT WEEKLY NEWS YORK FURNITURE COMPANY'S fillip t H : ?yi M Begins Pecember 1 st and lasts 24 days, i Prices slaughtered to niove goods as we must have Durant, Kenefick and Achille. Look for Mattresses Wo carry at nil times a full lino of matrcsscs oi all kinds ranging In price from $1.75 to $15.00. Wo call especial at tention to our $5.50 all cotton mattress which Is commonly sold by other dealers at $6.60. Wo get out another mattress known as tho York Special which we will retail during this sale at $9.00 and will glvo n guaranteo with samo that will warrant against defects of all kinds and to give porfect satisfaction to tho customer for an unlimited time. Bewaro of tho Just as good kind. Wo do not claim that our cheaper mattresses aro just as good but wo do claim that no pher dealer sells as good a mattress for the money as we,, Iron and Brass Beds Wo have on hand now, and always carry tho largest lino of Iron and brass beds of any concern In south eastern Oklahoma. Dur...

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. — 28 November 1913

ik. tKE DURANT WJJEKLY NEWS MMOTHfiCONSOLIDATION SALE room for stocks just purchased. Especially lowprices will obtainat all three of our stores, How tag. Goods marked in plain figures. 'OMERS NDS i apMo home furnishings fo a largs and complete .this snlo 10 reduce our Its of ?oo1s wh'ch wo Jolidate with our present ocks, o course, aro not ey aro punib full from bnndlso. SAIES as quickly as possible, rBt class auctioneer, who. o'clock ovory Saturday auction being hold Satur i'. no articles reserved, but any article selected by a It reward of $500 to anyone In tho audience. Wo mean icut salo, and every article Bold to tho highest bidder, bids. No artlclo will bo Itho right to withdraw any 30 second bid, If wo desire. . homo furnishings will be i to avail yourselves of tho own price, which will bo ST AUCTION it Wo have bought tho entire es. Tho entire outfits will December Cth, Saturday at Ivergreen Street All goods ijo cared for by us till pur- Ihelr removal. Goods bought limits of D...

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. — 28 November 1913

e THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS NORMAL NOTES (By M. M. Wlckhatn) Owing to tho fact Hint tho old boll- cr gave out suddenly, It was necessary to Install n new one which dolaycd the convening of school for two days School has been running bIx days a week In order to nm1(e up lost tinm The big gridiron contest of tho season will occur nt tho Fair Grounds on Than! jclvlng DJay when South eastern w jTmect lier Invetcrato foe from Adn jhd claim tho Championship among the lormnls tor tho season. The hardest fought ganio of tho season was with Dallas U. hero last Friday, when Southeastern defeated tho metropolitan aggregation by tho scoro of 19 to 0. Floyd Hagoqd, who hud hl9 arm broken In tho last quarter of the Dai fas game, and who of course, is out of tho game for the rest of tho season, Is reported doing well with hia In jur. The "green bough" fracture was 8et bj Dr. Yeats, first ajd being ren dered on the field by Miss Helbach. Several Ada men, including tho conch from East Central Normal, w...

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. — 28 November 1913

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 43 L, 1 V. FARM NOTES Hogs, to mako tho most out of their ration, need water not mcroly onco or twice or thrco times a day, but c'ontluually, where they can get It when they want It. A hog Is enough llko n man to want water when he wantd it, and when ho wants It It should ho whero ho can get It. This Is tho right soason for get ting a well that will furnish a per manent supply. If, nftor tho dry weather of tho last season, n man .puts down a woll that elves a good flow of water, ho need have no fear of an adoquato supply during any season that may come. , to 14 Inches deep according to tho looseness of tho straw, and should bo spread evenly. Damaged straw Is pre ferable to bright straw as It holds raoisluro better, A Bled with a rack will bo found very handy for this. This will make It easy to load and un load where tho plot Is adjoining the source of straw supply. At gathering tlmo tako a fork and uncover ono row on each side, laying tho covering1 just outsld...

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. — 28 November 1913

THE DURANT WESltLT N1WS SPECIAL SALE OF WINTER MERCHANDISE For One Week Only in MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, to SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6 We Offer the Following 1 Dress calico, best brand, 10 yds 39c Dress gingham, 10c grade, 10 yds 75c Cotton checks, 5c grade, 10 yds 39c Dress outing, 10c quality, 10 yds 75c Staple checked gingham, 7 cent quality, 10 yards for : : : 48c Yard wide bleached domestic, 10c quality, 10 yards for : : 75c Bed blankets, $1.25 grade : : 98c $2.50 bed blankets, at this sale $1,95 15c and 20c all silk ribbon, all one price, per yard : : : 10c Ladies' 12 l-2c handkerchiefs one week only, : ' : 8 l-3c 500 yds 7c outing, one week only 5c 20 doz, men's heavy fleeced and heavy ribbed shirts and draw ers, 50c to65c quality, all on table, choice ; : : Men's neglige shirts, 50c quality one week only : : : Men's blue work shirts : : 48 pairs ladies' fine vici kid; patent and suede shoes, 2.50 to 3.50 quality, broken sizes 36 pairs men's fine patent leath er shoes, 3.50 values : Big...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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