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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 6 February 1914

imifuMWIiHliMli THE DURAftT VWis Jt.fr JTXWI Early Reduction Sale !." Oxfords We have placed our entire stock of last season's Men's, Ladies' and Children's Oxfords and Low Shoes, in all leajhers and styles, on sale at a great sacrificed price in order to make room for coming stock. Mens $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Oxfords, now - $2.95 Ladies' ?3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Oxfords, now - $2.55 Children's Oxfords are reduced in proportion. Come early and get your choice. JAKE AMSEL'S EXCLUSIVE Durant, Okla. MAY SEND FOOD THRU MAIL. Congress To Help Introduco Fnnn cr to Housewife in v City. Washington, Feb. G. With, Con gress co-operating, Secretary of Ag riculture Houston and Postmastor General Burleson havo begun invea tigatlons looking to uso or the parcel post on an enormous scale as a raeanB of reducing tho cost of living. Tho plan is that farm products, in cluding dressed fowl, butter, eggs, and many vegetables, bo supplied by tho farmors by parcel post direct to tho city consumers and that...

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. — 6 February 1914

o THE DURANT WEEKLY NKWk A r- . M II f! 1.1 cfi Public Health Department BY DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH WE DO NOT INJIHRIT INKKCTIOUS DISEASES. Much hns boon said of tho lnherl Unnco of degeneracy, and In tho past It was supposed that certain diseases wero Inherited. While It Is truo that degenoracy can be Inherited, It Is not truo that Infectious diseases such a tuborculosls can bo Inherited; but It Is truo that horldity docs bring down to us n high degree of vital resist ance, and this proved to be a great benefit to tho raco for there- is mom good than bad carried from gonora tlon to generation. If this wero not truo In families who aro weak and tinnblo to resist disease, thoir de fendants would soon dio out for tho terms that causo Infectious dlseasc.1 arc very numerous and found In most every place. It Is truo that wo Inherit stature, eyo color, temperament, etc., and as has boon stated, there was a tlmo when we believed that such diseases .as consumption wero ...

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. — 6 February 1914

WflHffcW WW) BfaWgyutiMH HMldlliimtolilJl.tJlWf I THE DURAMT f WEEKLY NEW8 dfe TIIR AMKKIOAN HUN. (Continued from Page Six.) tiny throughout tho ontlro United JJtntos, although tho pross repo'ts ftom eonio of tho largo cities quot ed a retail prlco ranging troni "i0 .) cento to $1 por dozen. Tho' Irnna W p.-irtatloa rato would not oxco..M r,0 ' cents to 1 per dozen, and tho gap botwpen tho amount paid tho pro ducor, plus tho coat of transporta tion, and tho price paid by the con sumer was filled by tho mirtdlomau. Much has been skid Und morp written about tho middleman, but ho Is ofttlmes a holploss victim of our immoral system of distribution. Ho Is almost as talkativo as tho con sumer, and as an explainer, he Is a gem. So long as wo turn ovor our pro ducts to tho middleman and glv him tho koys to tho warehouse, ho has tho power of placing our crops upon thcr gaming tablo and no amount of legislation can entirely eliminate tho spirlUof tho speculat or from human nature, If wo are 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. — 6 February 1914

8 THE DURANT WB1KLY NIWI Our Annual A - - .. 'MiAayf" W"SD -J&"''v ,V53 ii Tw 35 M3dtot. H A f H. aiM ..Ah, ir.u JBi-n .,... fBl 1- IS ' W n i' " K' f .H !( ia W1 1 " .UIB-I L. - ..(. a.ai, iHnvi r:w m 'r '& V'l'l" '" ! '.. ..- o t J,JWi - .i&jp btih hh - J r u ij' iVW "! n tAM ' "' .0' Now on in Full Swing m ' uM m (ftk ii ., v .,&& Ui' ' t'JlllWi. J nT7. WHK-9.t . t 1 . .KBA MVIH.'H kVIH Hi .. l ! B ."M l'9-l V H lllli w 4 m . i rc M . - Visit our store and see the many exceptional good things we are offering in this, Our Annual February White Goods Sale. Women's Muslin Underwear in hundreds of bargains never be fore eaualled. Plain and novelitv White Goods in this Sale at unheard of prices. Lawns Nainsooks, Linons, Muslins and Crepes in endless lines of pretty and dainty patterns. White Quilts, Towels, Damasks. Laces and Embroideries will go in this greit feast of bargains! -."' The daily expresses and freights are bringing Spring Goods to us now by large quan...

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. — 13 February 1914

... -tm WHiMwtttfit' i Weekly OPTIOIAL NJSwSPAPBR OP THE COUNTY OF BK mi&itAimUi0m ii'mMrtl inftimrfi' DURANT pws YAM ." ! ) w "VolHIHO XVIII. JULF 01 " OPTION Qj RECEIPTS u X. ROADS Xfir of Eau yOol For Ono Month, Half of Eau jOol- .i lar Subscription to Weekly News News Goes for Road Work. Realizing tho lmportanco of good roads to Bryan County, and .tho grossing noed of moro work on all tho conuty roads, tho Durant Week ly News has decided after much de liberation, that for a period of thir ty days, commencing Friday, Febru ary 13, It will give one-half of ovory dollar paid on subscription to tho Good Roads Association, to be used in improving tho bad places in tho Tohds of Bryan County. W. S. Knight, treasurer of tho association, which is doing a commenadbto work at this tlmo In repairing bad spots on county roads, has signified tho Association's acceptance of tho prop osition, and onco each weok, for tho period of tlmo mentioned, Tho Newa will pay ovor to Mr. Knight one-half...

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. — 13 February 1914

TJ E DUKANT WEEKLV NEWS j .. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsKiimmiirmmrMat aUUBHUIUX'XlMHHa vii'rt! Publ Sal 1C e tf.' S? ' -ft .ifrv. i t w of .? 1 " 21 It tT si 6JLA .., iwenty improved i . ms, bU to 5ZU Acres fcach, Public Auction. lime fa) menu. . "',ybr, Oklahoma. Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, on . y-J- SATURDy, FEBRUARY 2 1 1 , ian County, 19 14 The undersigned will offer at public auction to the highest bidder the following described farms, comprisiig 25U0 wcrrs to-wit: NO. 1. DICK COLliiniT FARM, 8.0 ACRES. S, SoY of Sec. C, Twp. 9 S, 11 8 E. lied river bottom. All unilor cul tivation; never overflows. No moro productive land In Oklnbomn. Fenc ed, good well, small buildings, G miles north of Denlson, Texas, on Okla homa side of Red river. XO. 2. HARLEY C0L1IERT FARM, CO ACRES. SE4 of mVU and S of SW of NW, Sec. 8. Twp. D S, R 8 E. 40 acres under cultivation, 20 acres good tlmbor land. Las half mllo south of No. 1. Is exactly same soil and about same improvomonts. Nothing bettor In...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 13 February 1914

-t-y - THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 'ft I ; Mra. E.T.Oaddls PLAIN TALK From Two Prosperous House wives, About Peruna. Mra. E. T. Gad dls, o( Marlon, North Carolina, writes to the Pe runa Co., Co lumbus, Ohio. "Before I com menced to tako Peruna I could not do uny hard worlc without suffering great pain. I took Po runa and Man nllil. and can sav with pleasuro they have done more for mo thnn any other medicine I have ever taken. Now I am as well as over. I do all my own work and It never hurts mo at all. I think I'oruna Is a great mcdlclno ior womankind." Mrs. Sarah Frye, No. 10S Sylvan Ave., Asbury Park. N. J., writes: "I have no words to express my grati tude for the wonderful cure that Peruna has done for mo. It Is a godsend to all suffering women, Po Tuna has dono woudorful work for xne. "I was sick over half of my life with systemic catarrh. I want this letter published far and wide, as I was a great sufferer, but to-day I ieel as well as anybody can feel. "Nearly all my life I have sp...

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. — 13 February 1914

I iimm iiiumiii i m wpi r 4 4 THE DTTJtANT WXKKLY IWS, Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. PubHshcd every Friday at 114 N. Third Avonuo, Durant, Oklahoma. Entered as second class mail m tu tor at the postofflco at Durant, Ok lahoma, under Act of Congress' of March 3rd, 1879. E. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUDSCMPTION. Ono Year, In advance,. si. 00 Six Months, In ndvance 50 ADVEKTI81NO RATES and circu lation statement will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorized with out specified number of insertions will bo printed each issue until or dered discontinued by the advertiser The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertisement. ANNOUNCEMENTS. This paper is authorized to an nounco the candidacy of tho persona whoso names appear bolow for the of fices named, subject to tho Democrat ic primary, August Sin, 1914. FOB SHERIFF, JOHN A. PHILLIPS, Caddo, Okla. I JAS. YARBROUGH. Durant, Okla. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. SAM H. ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 13 February 1914

II . nili'i'1" t "" THE 'rtVRANT WEEKLY' NEWS 7 I L Sixty Yurslki Standard BR; Msm CHEARI BAKING powder fl Cream of Tartar Piwtfir Made from Grapis NO ALUM OAL12KA ROUTE ASSURED. ltural Free Delivery from that Plnco as Soon ns Funds nro Avail able. Route's (.'ouise. Calora, Okla., Fob. 12. (Special to Weekly News.) It Is now prac tically assured that tho country south and Bouthwest of hero will bo sorved by a rural frco delivery route Just as soon as the government has available funds on hand for tho es tablishment of new routes, accord ing to advices received hero from Washington. Tho Inspector of rural routos has approved this routo and It is How but a matter of rdutlno of affairs until tho routo is established nud in operation. Tho route will cover twenty-five miles, and serve more than three hundred people. The routo will bo as follows, and no changes are an ticipated: Lcavo Calora, thonco west six miles, thence south one mile, thence cast ono mile, thonco south two miles, thenc...

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 February 1914

,A Publl IC .u,ih HV DR. J. C. MAHR. STATK BULUtTIV. When you expect a now baby In your home you should recognize this now responsibility. Thoro are pre cautions tlint can bo taken nt tho time of tho birth of. tho child that will Insure healthy eyes. Should thoy bo neglected tho child may be come blind or havo tho eyesight se riously Impaired. You may not bo your brothers keopor, but you arc responsible for your child, for whom tho diseases caused by mlcro-organ-lims It Is posslblo for tho child to become Infected from Its mother, nuch examples are exceedingly rare, but thoro are infections that often Mmo occur at birth. Such is the caso with Opthalmla Neonatorum, or Tiaby's soro eyes. Th disease Is Tilghly fatal to tho eyesight and causes not less than twonty per cent of blindness In our blind schools. It can bo warded off with certainty if immediately after birth tho eyes are cleansed undor propor precautions nnd treated with a sultablo antisep tic solution. Nearly ovory physician...

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 February 1914

fl i 1 f 0 Farm Notes ofJnttrest to Atl Crops Bhould bo sown for grazing, For bowb, hogs, horses and sheep, oata, wheat, ryo or barloy may bo flown. Any of thoso grains undor fa vorablo circumstances should furnish grazing early, and whon tho grain crop is grazod off tho land may bo turned and a crop of peas, soy bcane or poanuts sown. In this way tho land will bo improved by tho sum mer legume crop and two crops of feed secured. Cotton land should bo proparod Bovoral weoks beforo planting time. Land proparod Just provlouB to planting Is soldom In good condition, and it Is vory poor farming ' that makes this necessary. Begin now If you havon't your cotton land broken. No delay should 'bo made In pro paring tho corn land. Not many weoks romaln till planting and much depends upon tho proper preparation of tho soil. Tho wcathor may bo un favorable later on, and tho safest plan Is to prepare tho land now. Alfalfa should bo sown as early as is deemed safe. It should liavo suf ficient tlm...

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 February 1914

Vf THE DURANT WSIXLY NIWS Our Annual-White Sale ' JS.fci tt I' I.I'.fcl'l cV ja f 4 .... Now on in Fiitll Sying rftVB !' - i; 'I '.F -'!' iMfwwKb). . .Z3vTifcic.30--.. AjFK lSKSfcirW ifillPHlQM tSSt' "!) ' Krafcyl f tost TVr j V r 1Hl Wih I Jx men f Ypw rvr T- , -B)m ywysi. SCS)iW n Mi j MmMWW W. Jkm POT I Visit our store and see the many exceptional good things e are offering in this, Our Annual February White Goods Sale-' Women's Muslin Underwear in hundreds of bargains ne.yer be fore eaualled. Plain and novel itv White Goods in this Sale at unheard of prices. Lawns, Nainsooks, Linons, Muslins and Crepes in endless lines of pretty and dainty patterns. White Quilts, Towels, Damasks. Laces and Embroideries will go In this great feast of bargains. The daily expresses and freights are bringing Spring, Goods to us now by large quantities and we are everv day plac ing extra good things into this Sale. Thousands of dollars worth of New Spring Goods here for your inspection. We ask you to...

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 February 1914

iKiSimmim.'smdmii-. :j?- i BlIRANT WEEKLY Ml -., t &n OFFIOIAL NEWSPAPER OP' THE COUNT? Of BRVaH f Voliimo XVIII. DURANT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, FKllHUARY 20, 1014. NUMHBR 7. Mews 7 if iw rsnrx ) y-V, " ,H ' 1 ' FORMER BTTJOY CHARGbft MURDER p. J. M, Hargrove Lato of Sopo ' Mlstnlccn Identity V11 mtpposod to haVo hoen committed, and also 'that he .had novor boen In Chicago in his l(r$ but blB efforts proved fruitlcss.atid ho wnS Carried to Chicago, whoro he is now in.. Jn.il. Aoeordlnir tn.flm vniinir mnn'n '. . " -r. . ' ."" ' o Chicago by Detectives Sn) Tory no waa W0lnS or the Faiaco tis Caso of Mistaken MontH v ""'"'"S Btoro ttt SPJt ot last yr- BRYAN COUNTY SOIL SURVEY COMPLETED News has Just boon rocohtod in' this city that a younir man who formerly lived In this city, but more recently from Sopor, Okla., has boon arrested upon a chargb of murder, and spirit ed away to Chicago. Tho young man Is J. M. Hargrovo, n drug clork, and Ua Blstor, Mrs. Lon Price, living on Louisiana str...

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 February 1914

f 1 IX DURA.NT W1IKLT XXWt Public Sale of Farm Lands Twenty Improved Farms, 60 to 320 Acres Each, Public Auction. Time Payments. At Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma. Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. sharp, on SATURDAY, FEFRUARY 21 19 14 """ "l " I The undersigned will offer at public auction to the highest bidder the following described farms, comprising 2500 acres, to-wit: JfO. 1. DICK COLUKltT FARM, 80 AGUES. S, SoY of Sec. 6, Twp. 9 S, II 8 E. Red river bottom. All under cul tivation; never overflows. No moro productive land In Oklahoma. Fenc ed, good well, small buildings, C miles north of Donlson, Texas, on Okla homa eldo of . ed river. NO. 2. 1LVRLET COLBERT FARM, 60 ACRES. SBU of NWU and S of SW4 of NW. Sec 8, Twp. 9 3,11! E. 40 acrca nnder cultivation, 20 acres good Umbor land. Lays half mllo south of No. 1. Is exactly same soil and about samo improvements. Nothing bettor in tho state. NO. 3 WEST CHAMBERLAIN FARM, ICO ACRES. SW of SWU of Section 25, Twp. 5 S, R 8 E, and W of NW ...

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 February 1914

haHxass ;mtm0mwmumtwti wwtb&mmmSij !"S,l1WWMMtf -JTCffcsl. V 5. THX DUJtANT WX1KLY KXWt if 7 A CLERGYMAN'S STORY Came Hear Losing His Life-How He Escaped Tha following "letter was re ceived by The Teruna Co., from Itev. O. W. Itob crts, 11. It. 2, Box IK, Hartscll. Ala "bama, under dato of April 2, 1004, which Is exactly nlno years ago. Ho says: "I talco pleasure In In forming you of what your Po runa has dono REV. a. W. ROBERTS, Wm Wwi w 1 W'W R. R. 2, Box 27. lurueii, ai. xor mo aftor tlireo years of suffering. I had. tried tho treatments -of several doctors, also homo rem edies, but they failed and all hopo had gone. My friends, llko myself, thought I was In tho last stages of consumption. "My daughter brought mo a bottlo or Poruna and plead with mo to try Jt I had got so weak I had lost my voice, and I thought It no uso. That -was In May, 1902. I began to take It, according to directions. I wrote to you, and you gave mo your 'kind -advice. "I soon felt better, my cough began...

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 February 1914

l... I ofa" mwihiiii'ii)i'.ft 4., THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 1 jftf'- Durant Weekly News .Official Papor of Bryan County. Published ovory Friday at 114 N, Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. Entored as second class mall mat ter at the postofflco at Durant, Ok lahoma, uudor Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1870. E. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Yoar, in ndvnnco $1.00 Six Months, in advanoo 60 ADVERTISING RATES and clrou-J-UIon stnt&ment wjll bo furnished prospective advertisers upon applica tion. Advertlsemohts authorized with out specified number -of insertions will bo printed each Issue until or dered discontinued by the advertiser. Tho publisher roservoa tho right to reject nny advertisement. A?fa0U'CE3IlJXTS. This papor is authorized to an nounce tho candidacy of the porsons whoso names appear below for the of fices named, subject to tho Democrat ic primary, August Cm, 1914. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN A. PHILLIPS, Caddo, Okla. JAS. I YARBROUGH, Durant, Okla. FOR COUN...

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 February 1914

l." asusir S&at'jaSKfciiatfi.; ju-w jmJM&iKrMl3SeJeUTK'.3l THE DTJEANT WEEKLY NEWS 5 k DEATH OF MItS. K. GIIAILIM. Mrs. Minerva Graham, wffo of E. Graham of Colbert passed away at lior homo Monday morning at four o'clock after a continued Illness for tho past nlno months, dating from a stroko of paralysis sho" Buffered about that long slnco. She was born In 184C at McCov'a Hill, noar Fort Washita, being vat tho time of her death about 08 years of ago. Sho was twlco marrltd, tho first tlmo "to Mr. Klngsburry and lias threo chlldron living from this marriage, who are Mrs. Green Thompson of this city and Goorgo and William Klngsburry of Tlsho mlngd. After tho death of her first husband, sho and Mr. Graham wore married. Mrs. Graham has lived at Colbert continuously for thlriy years. Slnco a child sho has beon a mem ber of tho Presbyterian church and for many years past, president of tho ladles aid society In her homo church. Tho funoral was conducted In tho , Presbyterian hcurch...

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 February 1914

THI DV1AKI WIXKLY N1WI j tTii... Public Health Department DT DR. J. 0. MAHR, STATB COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH 11AI1VS CHANCE roil LIFE. "It costs no moro to ralso men cnpablo of living eighty years than H does torow ono who has not tho capacity of living to bo forty years old." Irving Fisher In "ltoport on National Vitality." Now statistics show that over for ty per cent of tho present infant mortality hns been adjudged to be lireventnblo and that as n general average there aro 28 cases of sick ness to ono death. Tho amount of preventable Illness Is thus Been to be enormous. An omlnont author ity upon diseases of children states that 2G.D per cont of tho Infantllo deaths nro duo to tuborculosls, acuto respiratory dlseasos, such as Influ enza; contagious diseases such as whoop! lg cough, measles, iflpthorla, and fhat B2.G per cent of tho deaths nro duo to acuto gastro-Intestlnul diseases (stomach and bowel troub le), marasmus and Inanition (this is starvation). Now these causes of death ...

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 February 1914

,j;4fc fiHmHvw -c 5.tmJj4j-B.- .MlJ-uw1lygmgilaW'lMi!nM THX DUkANT WJCEKLY NKWl r . W III V -vC LEGAL NOTICES (Published Fob. 20, 10l4.) MARCH SALE OP INDIAN LANDS. Public Auction Tlmo Payments. Under Supervision of V. S. Government. Tho following allotted land will bo offorod for sales at tho placo and time Indicated bolow: written bids mar be presented mulled to the address Indicated. Bryan County Tho following to bo offered for salo in front of tho postofflco, Du rant. Oklahoma, at 2 o'clock, p. m., Monday, March 16, 1914, Address wrltton bids on land In Dry an county to 13. C. Backonatoce, Field Clerk, Durant, Oklahoma. ' Caso No. 5381. Louis Rlloy,, Mc Alvln, Choctaw, Roll No. 0448. 20 acres. N2 of NW4 of SE4 of Section 9, Township 8 South, Rango 14 East, in Bryan county. Smooth, tlllabla second bottom land, 10 acres In cul tivation; dark .gray loam; 12 miles from Boswell, Oklahoma. Appraise ment $300. Terms: Cash. Case No. 8259. Susan Sharkey, noe Durant, Roll No. 13125. 40 ac...

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 February 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS NEXT WEEK WILL BE PATTERN WEEK AT OUR STORE. SEE OUR PATTERN WINDOWSGET ONE FREE. -V it.- NEXT WEEK, FEBRUARY 23rd o 2Sth INCLUSIVE, IS PATTERN WEEK'BE HERE. GET YOURS FREE. J&. , r o ; ANNUAL M 8 Perkins ' ' 'if , ,L., 'f' f t t- SPECIALS Ono lot 25c Ladles' Handker chiefs 121-20 ?1 Colored Taffotta Silks ..-500 G6o Swimed Shoota 440 1,00) yards 10c Laces, only ...50 I' Its the Greatest Showing of White Goods we've evejf held The Vak This is the February event loo'ked forward tomers You will not be disaigointed-tWc n'v in White Goods and Wash Mferialiarttiy.i i . of the to sel ect from' now. Nkt on I y - ;a,re; . t h - greater Din it is tne cumax oijjpqnuijrajtorv ara Spring Showing of White Goods. The qualities were nfyer soliffejknt i your money. These February White Sale Events become greaK'ff&tid ji go by and we have used every effort to make this the gatest oKtftspi. many dollars saved and includes Staple Goods as well al FancV Qficc.s il Emroide...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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