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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Wf r ,i !j k S AGRICULTURAL HOARD AMEMHENT YOID. Iab0Ma District JhJso Declares It Was not Adopted by Lcglsln- turo As Is Required. OMahoma City, Jan. 1. Judgo Geo. "W, Clark In district couit hero de cldod that tho proposed amoudmont to tho constitution cbangln g tho moth Ad of electing tho Stato board of ag riculture, although submitted to tho pooplo and adopted by them la Aug ust last, was not adopted by the leg lBlaturo Itself, as required by tho con stitution, and that thu amndmout it yelf and all proceedings under It wero thercforo null and void. Tho decision was given in tho quo warranto proceedings brought by raembors of tho socalled "old board," which was In offlco up to tho adop tion of tho amendment, und tho ap pointment of a now board by flovornor" Cruce, against tho members of tho ap pointed board and restores tho old board to offlco unloss superseded by an appeal. Incidentally it also nulli fies tho attempted removal by tho now board of President...

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. — 2 January 1914

G THE Lbi T WEEKLY . rafi. Mm It Is best to buy frcoli meat and vegetables. A can of salmon costs as much as a beof stow, and Is not halt as nourishing or satisfying, Cleaning Teakettle. It the enamel Inside a rusty teakettle Is not cracked It may bo thoroughly cleaned by put- ung in soua ami com water ami bring- Ing to a boll. A small sowing bag with needles, thread, thimble, etc., and hooks, eyes and buttons is a great convenience to to the occupant of the guest chamber. To clean a braBS plate without soil Ing the woodwork around it, cut a ' plcce ot cardboard the shape of the p'tato and placo it around it whon cleaning. Clean white enamel furniture by dls nolvlug ono tablcspoouful ot baking Hoda, in a pint of warm water. Satur ate a Boft cloth and waah tho furni ture. To save sugar A bit of soda added to Stowed fruit lessons the acidity so that very little sugar Is roqulrcd to sweeten. ' Postage stamps. If postage stamps stick to&ethor run a hot iron over them; they may be so...

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. — 2 January 1914

-o "y fet WW wr S&JJ,JJ)J(SS)S s FARM NOTES. $j23t3$$ $ It' la perhaps one of tbo Ironies ot fato that commissions, uoartu nml (spe cial Investigators ofttlmes moro ro mantic than practical sent out by tha fio'vornmont, organizations or philan thropists, Invariably concludo that tha farmer Is an Incompetent. Than thera nro agricultural advonturora that frighten us with phrophcslcs of hun ger, mischievous statisticians that ar gue tho decadenco of ngrlculturo, and tho theorists with tho cure-alls; all ot them deploring tho Incapacity of tha farmer. Such Is not tho case. Tho American farmer of. today Is tho most Capable workman In tho history of tho world's agriculture, Tho farms of tho United States pro duce annual farm valuo greater than any other agricultural .counrty on the globe. The Auierlcnn farm is tho larg--cst, It s truo, but tho final test Ot a successful producer Is net receipts to each farmer and that Is In favor of tho Amorlcan plowman. There has been a very steady l...

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. — 2 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS TOOES PERKINS BROS.XO'S GREAT Annual Stock Reducing Sale BEGINNING FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914 111 1 ii w i txasjamumMi STOCK REDUCING TIME: Inventories which have just closed reveal Surplus Stock of Winter Goods in all lines which are to be quickly' closed out, and as a result you are now offered values thatjexceed all our previous efforts in former Great Reduction Sales. This Sale Eclipses All Others from the fact that we can show you hundreds of Dollars worth of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and other lines recently bought at a discount of one-third to one-hall from regular prices. These goods have been on sale only a short time and the cream of the selections remain for you to choose from and at January Stock-Reducing Sale Prices. ij Ik ""fl JIw :fri. : j WW Startling Price Reductions on New Coats Suits; Wool Dresses Skirts and all other Ready Made Garments Most of the garments wo show now are somo ol the best selections from our recent big discount purchase of Ready-...

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. — 9 January 1914

News OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN Tolnmo XVIII. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUART 0, 1D1J. Number 2. TUTTONS HELD WITHOUT BOND. IttTLINGS ON PROBATE MATTERS. LIMIT USE OF COUItT ROOM. DURANT Weekly J ' " MANY OASES DISMISSED. County Court Also Receives Tleas of Onllly. Took Rcccsg From NWod. Noon till Tliurnnny. County court convened Wednesday morning, ns per arrnngomont, nnd many caaeB wcro considered, sovorul being dismissed by tbo Btato, picas of of guilty being rccolvcd In other?, nnd In a fow forfclturoB of bonds bolng taken, Tho following cases wero dealt with: Odel Hart, chnrged with violating prohibition law, dismissed by State. Ed Lanlor, charged with violating prohibition law, bond forfottued onJ alias warrant Issuod. Besslo Dean, assisting prisoners to oscnpo, dismissed by State. Nick Stewart, violating prohibition law, two cases, bond forfeited and alias warrant lBseud. Mun Stpwart, violating prohibition law, bond forfcltod nnd alias warrant Issued. Oliver B...

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. — 9 January 1914

. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS D? PRICE REAM Bakim Received the highest at Chicago World's DKAIWS TIU1N AUDIT. OltS AS UriTIWS. CommisMoncr Hviisiinn Aaki 1'iilillc to Jtcfuse to I'ny Kty .More Than 2 Cents l'cr Mile. Commissioner Hcnshaw says that that tho commission will put a stop to tho practlco of Katy auditors of forc ing passengers to pay a 3 cent rato when paying cash fares, It ho has to arrest tho auditors. County Attorney Turnbull received tho following telegram from Q. A. Hcnshaw: "Oklahoma City, Ok., Jan. 1. "Understand auditors on Katy aro putting passengers off trains bo causo they retuso to pay 3c a mllo In Oklahoma. I hope you will havo every train official ar rested that lays hands on a pas senger when they tender regular legal fare. I further understand aomo officers In your county have been assisting In putting passen gera off trains. Kindly havo of ficers arrested and dealth with ac cording to law." It was reported In Durant this wcolc that on Tuesday night threo men b...

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. — 9 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS " T , I T & iW V 3HVIDLNQ $10,000,000 WITH WOItKMEX Detroit, Mich,, Jan. 8 An epoch In iho world's Industrial history was marked In Detroit and a noto struck In tho hymn of humanity's prdrtrcsi that will echo throughout tho clvlilred .Nations of tho earth. A fow typowrltton lines given out Tiy Henry Ford, head of tho Ford Motor Company, boro In concrete fashion the story. By Its wording 25,000 men In tho army of Dotfolt's laborers at forgo nnd .stamp, at drill and press, will bo lifted from tho position of wage oarners to that of sharers In profits of tho company and ? 10,000, 000 about half of tho earnlngB of tho groat coneorn will flow Into tholr pockets In tho next year. Tho man who bwoops tho floor will rccelvo not less than $5 n day. Seated In tho offico of James Oous lns, vice-president nnd treasurer of tho Ford Company, two motorcar iron discussed quietly tho grentcst step ovor taken In Industrial history. Mr. Ford was looking out of tho nldo window...

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. — 9 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY ATE'VS Durant Weekly News . s Official Papor of Bryan County. Published ovory Thursday nt 114 N. Third Aveuuo, fouraut, Oklahoma. 1 Entered as sccohd class mail mat ter at, tho pustoffiuc at Durant, Okla homa.' under Act of Congress of March Ird, 1879. B M.- EVANS, EdftoY and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ouo Year, In advance $1.00 Blx Mouths. In advance, .CO ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. AdvcrtiBcmcnts authorized without ipeciflcd number of Insertions will be printed each issue until ordered dis continued by tho advertiser. The publisher reserves tho right to reject any advertisement tor an) reason good and sufficient to hlmsell COJIIXCI OF CATO SELLS. It has becomo known that tho Ilon orablo Cato Soils-, commissioner of Indian affairs, intends making an In spotcon of affairs in Oklahoma, in tho near future, and to outlino tho policy to bo pursued by, tho Federal Govern ment with respe...

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. — 9 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKtY NEWS t. K r 1 - Unloading Sale Men's Fancy Vests, entire stock without an exception. Silks, Worsteds and Flannels at Half Price. f Jake AmsePs Durant, Oklahoma Absolutely no charges during this sale. No exceptions whatever. MID-WINTER UNLOADING SALE Sweeping Clearance of the entire stock of Clothing, Flen's and Boys' Furnishings and ShoesSALE TO BEGIN Saturday, January 10, 1914 Hfrli.MI t YOU MEN "WHO WANT CLOTHES THAT COMBINE STYLE, QUALITY, FIT AND SERVICE, TAKE NOTE OF THIS, OF ALL SWEEPING CLEARANCE. EVERY GARMENT, SHOES, HATS AND SHIRTS ON SALE POSITIVELY AND ABSOLUTELY THE BEST OF MAKES, CLOTHES OF CLASS, UNDOUBTED QUALITY, UNQUESTIONED MERIT, IN THE FOREMOST RANK OF HIGH-CLASS READY-TO-WEAR, YOU TAKB NO CHANCE WHEN YOU BUY THEM THE LOSS IS OURS, THE GAIN IS YOURS,. AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS LUCKY CHANCE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS 11ADB BY STEJN-BLOCHvKUPPENHEIMERt AND FITFORM, ENTIRE STOCK IS INCLUDED. FANCY SUITS, BLUE SUITS, BLACK ...

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. — 9 January 1914

G WEEKLY NEWB The Kaly Railroad Advertising Oklahoma Tn this Issue Is reproduced a n-turo f the cHaplny mailo by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas lines at Kansas City of Oklahoma farm products col lect"! by the Knty at Uio Tulsa Dry FtiTrcliig Congress. The Knty pooplo at considerable ex pense arranged a display of the Okla homa products which Is a credit to tli State. Reprem tntlves of the Katv indii trial and passenger departments enquiries liavo been rc-olved regard-' "What Life on the Farm Has to Of- tng tho price and avnllablo supply for." at principal producing points. ' ..Llfc ln tho clty nnd on the $rm. The superintendent of schools at lin , ., . ., , i.mi. at t.i. i !.-.,. , ...... "Hcasons for tho Growth of Urban "".. "- , .,,- Ponintlon. "Improved Conditions of Life, on tho arranged to tako tho cotton, grasses, nnd crnlnn in shnnf nt the r.lnan nt tli Knty's exhibition and distribute them Vatm" itnong their Schools to be used for "T1o Moaning of the llluctratle lectures on ...

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. — 9 January 1914

1 aNt- wee 4f r 1.. y -4f ' WHAT PACJJS CONCIIUISS. atllno of Work to ho Done as Itcpoit- cdby tho Xcws'Spoclnl Cor. respondent. (It. D. Elkln.) Washington, D. C, Jan. 8,Whcn i Congress rcconvenso next Week, after 4h.n ,.,m , ...n, ,..'. ,.. thrco woeka' vacation, It will havo bo fofo It a long program of Important" -,n,,..o . iT .,.,.,i '.,.. .., , p.VUU4i:E IU UU WUIIOIUUIUU, itAUlllUO Ul work aro ahead of-It and many legis lators sco visions of being tUo up In Washington all Bummer. Howovor, tho fact that tho administration and tbo Democratic leaders In Congresn havo vlrtunlly decided not to enact radical anti-trust legislation may havo a tondency to make tho session short er than oxpected. Prcssuro to end tho session In Juno will bo great. Apart from consideration of tho trust ques tion, thcro aro numerous' mattors of moment cither on tho calendar of the House- or Scnato or under considera tion In committees. , ('ovcrnmont Ownership. Tho Alaskan railroad bill is on the calendar ...

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. — 9 January 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS TKT . PERKINS BROS GO'S GREAT Annual Stock Reducing Sale IS NOW IN FULL SWAY V-; 8 FasCTJBt'aMHiaggssaiaatBflagsa STOCK REDUCING TIME: Inventories which have just closed reveal Surplus Stock of Winter Goods in all lines which are to be quickly closed out, and as a result you are now offered values that exceed all our previous efforts in former Great Reduction Sales. This Sale Eclipses All Others from the fact that we can show you hundreds of Dollars worth of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and other lines recently bought at a discount of one-third to one-halt from regular prices. These goods have been on sale only a short time and the cream of the selections remain for you to choose from and at January Stock-Reducing Sale Prices. Stock Reducing Time Here Is Money Saving Time For You HLACK OVERCOATS 1.33. Mn's Black Korsey and Fancy Tan and Gray overcoats, regular values up to $7.50 and $8.60. Stock-Reduction Special i-JU--'- S5.S5 Black Cheviot and Novelty overcoats In ...

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. — 16 January 1914

l Durant KLf OFFICIAL NJ5W8PAPBR OF THE COUNTRY OF BRYAN WEE Hews X I ,! v. "V TelHmo XVIII. COLBERT POSTOFFICE ROBBED. Early Mornlag ThleTcg Blow Safe and Oct About WM In Money.. -No Stamps Taken. Somotlmo between 3 and 6 o'clock "Wednesday morning, thieves entered' tbo postottico at Colbort, blow the door off of tho office safe, and mado n safo getaway with something llko 1300 In monoy, but did not molest a quantity of stamps which were In 'tho office af tho tlmo. Several pieces of registered mall wero rifled, but no traco of tho thieves having scciirod any loot from this sourco was covered Immediately upon discovering that the Place had been robbed,-Postmaster Harvo Williamson notified tho sher- Iff office at Durant, and Deputies rv r.i.. irnoi,.Mnn j i.. together with Assistant County Attor-1 nov Moorn. wont to the rppbo of thn robbery but nono wore able to find unv clue which would kIvo an Idea as to tho identity of tho thioves, or to tho direction Ihoy took In leaving tho plac...

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. — 16 January 1914

THE DUEANT WEEKLY NEWS Are You One Of Those Who Habitually Catch Cold? I vcstigalion Shows That Certain Occupations and Professions Aro Constantly Prolific Causes For Frequent Colds. What Can Bo Done Ahont It? KOADS 1VEIIE "WELL WORKED. Business Xch Turned Out Is BI3 llunclfs and Worked Like ( Real Laborers. To sco dozens of business men don their old clothes, grab a shovel, or a pick or tho lines bcblnd n spun of We road a lot of medical literature that only entertains, but docs not in- camo unconscious and In his dollrlum wet a season ns has been seen in tho he ro-entorcd tho gns-flllcd bathroprh, past. Tho overturning of a chair In tho Thoro havo been many roads In tho bathroom awakened Mr. Cavanoss. paBt month that It has been absolute As ho opened tho door thero was a jy impossible to travol In any kind of rush of gas and ho saw his room mato n vchlcio, and farmers' fences havo prostate on tho floor. Ho dragged tho ucon torn down and roads mado thru man Into their room and thro...

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. — 16 January 1914

TH DURANT WEEKLY NEWS S I flT W' r Second Annual Convention Eastern Oklahoma Agricultural Association -1 The Second Annual Convention of the EiBtem Oklahoma Agricultural Association will be held in Muskogee, Oklahoma, Fobruaryjlrd and 4th, 1914. x The splondld results obtained from tho flrBt meeting are now being real ized. When tbo Presldont ot the Muskogco Commercial Glub, J. F. Darby, called on alt citizens of East- orn Oklahoma to como to Muskogee February 4, 1913, ho outlined a baslB 'Of work to bo accomplished by such a meeting. Speakers of pronounced ability and those knowing their sub jects wore selected io nddrcsB this meeting, Including government ox- ports. Most ot tho courftlcB ot East orn Oklahoma, woro represented by largo delegations and tho work ot bringing about bettor conditions for our farmers was undertaken. It was tho opinion of all In attendance that each county should hnvo a county or ganization as tho nsslstanco that such an organization would glvo to tho cou...

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. — 16 January 1914

': THI DTJUAJCT WXfcXLY NE 7S Durant Weekly News Official Pnpor of Bryan County. Published every Thursday at 114 N Third Avcnuo, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered o.b Bccond class, mnll mat ter at tho postofflce at Durant, Okla homa, under Act of Congress ot March Ird. 1S79. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year, In advance, - ...$1.00 Biz Months, In advance, . .60 ADVERTISING RATES and circula tion statement will bo furnished pros pective advertisers upon application. Advertisements authorized without specified number of Insertions will be printed each issue until ordered dis continued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the. right to reject any advertisement for any reason good and sufflclcntyto himself. was made Into law. Tho ndvorl'.slnp that Mr, Owen has received on this? account, beforo tho American people :ould not be bought with monoy, and ho Is without any doubt a man of Na tional reputation. Vinlta Leader urges its constituents to defer making up...

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. — 16 January 1914

THE DURANT WiEtfLY HZWI J rv. It I KKFERENBUX PETL TlOtfS NULLIFIED. 8prmo Court Holds That Legislature Adjourned oh June GO. jHJly 1. Oklahoma City, Jan. 15. Befer tndum petitions against tho Stato cap ital appropriation bill and tho amend' ed election. law, asking that both" moosuroB bo put to a voto of tho pec pic were nullified by an opinion from' tho spcclnl supremo court holding that tho IIouso of tho Fourth Leglsln turo adjournod on Juno 30 and the Senate on July 1, In placo of July ti,H It follows that tho referendum peti tions woro not filed with tho Secre tary of Stato within tho 90-day period mado mandatory by tho statutes. Tho opinion wa9 delivered by Judge Still well . Russell of Ardmoro, member' of tho court in the dlsquntfication of Justlco It .L. Williams. Judge J. II. A. Robertson, mombor of tho Supreme Court Commission, was also a spec ial Judgo sitting in placo of Justice Kane, who was disqualified. Another effect of th court's dccls- ion Is nullification of tho g...

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. — 16 January 1914

if 'UX-U If K Ravages oj the Boll WeeVa Washington, D. O., Jan. 14. Tho boll voovtl ias caused a loss In tho pro duction of cotton in thu United State. fa oxcesy of 10,000.000 bales, which, at K valuo bf onlr $50 a bale, Topresents K financial loeu of 1500,000,000. This & only the loss In areas actually planted. The reduction In, tho produc (Jon of cotton duo to tho fact that farmur.i refrained from planting bo- duiuo of tho fear that tho weevil vould not allow tho plant to maturo can narpr bo c&tlmatcd. HuraaKo to Cops, lly States. Mljslsfalppl In soven solccted coun tfca of Mississippi tho production of ctolton iu 190T amounted to 191,790 hiloB, valued at nearly $11,000,000. Tho lioll weevil reduced this production to 59,577 hues in 1909; to 01,432 bales in W10; to 3T.81C bales In 1911; and to .10,809 hales in 1912. Tho aggregate reduction for tho four yearq amount ed to 219, 0 bales, valued at approx imately $11,600,000. Had tho crop of lJ)0T Iwon produced for each of the...

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. — 16 January 1914

''rffm m f X L .. T5f& J 1 r BILLS FAVORING INDIANS. "ff. If. Murry IssnCg Statement as to What Ho Ig Doing in Com. gross. Tho Nows 1ms rocclved the follow ing: Washington, D. a, Jnn.lG. To both Indian and Whlto people of tho Choc taw and Chickasaw Nations: JuBt as nil havo a right to expect rt speedy settlement of tribal estates by tho snle' of tribal property, capitalize tho funds and paying them out to In dividuals of the tribes, which would result not only In tho material inter est to the Indiana themsolvos but would prove a great boon to tho busi ness Interests of our State as well as incrcasa tho tnxablo values, wo find ourselves confronted by tho strongest effort over known to reopen tho In dian rolls, with tho object of tho en rollment of upward of 8,000 claimants, 00 per cent of whom live lu other States represented by tho firm of Crows & Cant well, St. Louis, Mo., and Balllngor of Washington City. Thosj In favor of reopening tho rolls arc op posed to flnrtl settlem...

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. — 16 January 1914

rJTB r -ai. wftir THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWorn a '$:um w yV 4flV -if nc jli fttfr ' - til Lj,. ,-- . I ' i - 'j crs."-. "9'i? rnfl; "uw s.fl' i'tm "' - vf - i !" i -r Now on at PERKINS BROTHERS COMPANY At Slaughtering Prices. Come and See. ! SALE GREAT " "' "W-'fr-M rJrm n I rim I Eh. -m imizmiH . H H U kJB S H-.t T V H H J f This' is the time of season we always reduce our stok, also being the very time that Seasonable Merchandise is so in demandiVYoii cannot afford to pass up these great cut-price reductions and real values. All winter goods in all lines are to beoSed out as quickly as possible. Come this week. Come next. Be with the many bargain gatherers 'who are gathering ffie cream of these great January reduction in prices at Perkins Brothers Company. ' ' vrnmmmmmmmm, I Look at the Price REDUCTIONS ON ALL WINTER COAT SUITS. COATS, WOOL DRESES AN SKIRTS. All thcso aro strictly new and up-to-date, and of tho nowost styles. You will l)e lucky to get auch elegant values for bo little...

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