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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 3 April 1914

J)urant Weekly News cJJk ' OFFICIAL NJCWSPAPER OF THE COUNTY OF BRYAN A. & : L ' H "f' DPRANT, OKLAHOMA', 1'ltlOAY, APRIL , 114. . A ' Mil IS El I' r.L Volume XVm. KILLED nUBDAND witii shotgun. Bennington Woman Was Afraid of Husband. Killed Hint m lie Lay In Hod Threatened Her Life, Sho CIbIbis. At 8 o'clock Sunday evening' -at Bennington, this County, Mrs. J. A. Y. LawBon shot and Instantly klllod hor husband. A load of buck shot from a double barreled shotgun en tering tho victim's head and neck, mutilating tho victim boybnd all human somblanco. When neighbors and officers arrived, tho woman was found by tho bedside gruadlng tho body. Mrs. Lawsim has boon ar restod, and hor son, Barney Stow ro, Is held for complicity In tho crlmo. Ffom tho woman's story, It ap pears that tho Lawson'a did not got on well together and had quarrolled frequently, and tho husband had threatened hor so many times that she has said she camo to fear him. Not 'Jong ago when a quarrel was bn she had sai...

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. — 3 April 1914

" t " tm &&UMU J- "- w r . i THE DURANtf WEEKLY NEWS x IF s For making quickly and per fectly, delicious hot biscuits, hot breads, cake and pastry there is no substitute for Dr.PRICE'S CREAM Baking powder MADE FROM 6RAPES Sixty Ymmrm thm Stmmdmnl OALIi KOK UKPUIIIilCAN COUNTY COXVKXTIOX. In pursunnco to tho call or tlio chairman of tho Republican statu Central committee, a dolegato con Tontlon of tho Ropubllcnns or Dryan county, Oklahoma, la hereby called to meet at the court house In the city of Durnht. on tho 11th day oT April, 1914, at 1:30 p. in., for tho purpose oft electing nine delegates to tho Republican Stato Convention to bo held at Oklahoma City. Oklaho ma, on tho 14th day of April, 1914. Each precinct will bo entitled to ono delegate for every 25 votes or Major fraction thereof, cast at the election of 1910 for tho Republican candidate for Governor, in tho pre cinct, and each precinct -will bo en titled to one delegate without regard to tho number of votes therei...

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. — 3 April 1914

- a , tta THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS r T t w Mm, Winter Health SHMWIIBja niu,iiin iwmmmmmjfmmmm ff&irv jWl m'Sti?' im .s&fSS&J .KJ-US 15' V I $ and good spirits are not hard to obtain if thorough digestion and assimilation are assured by , It has been the means of saving, in the past 42 years, thousands of dollars to stockmen by preventing disease and loss, bettering condition and thereby increasing value; and by saving waste of feed reducing cost of keen. Everyone of your horses will roward you for this small invest ment Packages S5e, 50c, $1.00; 25 lb. vail $.1.00. Another big saver in the atablo is '! Hoof Ointment, cures tcniler feet, corns, etc. , at once. 3c and 60c boxct. j SatMf&chon Guaranteed or Money Back n . a. 1.. A-. TJ .4 . A.l. if a.. 1 .J f . , i UXTKNStON WORK KKAUIA COMPLKTEI). Scwr "Work IjnrlcH Only One Outlet. Water Intension Jack ii few Small Ijnternl nmono lint-go Afnliu 1fA0 .noil PMitfrn-fttlWa. RrifUftn ftllhqtlftltnft? InaUt.nnPmt fa UUU1IVS V...

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. — 3 April 1914

"'" fcW",f " "ip tCeOf.H nMm iittiijnwiifiW'Witnnmirivii THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County, w Published every Frldny at l,14;iN Third Avonue, Dui U. Oklahoma. and practice and not from hearsay or theory. JPlioso government special ngonu. moat of them, are really ox ports on farming, and tholr sugges tions are bound to lie helpful to kfarmer everywhere. Entered as second Oss mil, mat ter at the postpfflco at Durant, 'Ok lahoma, under Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. K. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, In advance, $1.00 Six Months, In advance 50 ADVERTISING BATES and circu lation stntuwunt will bo furnished prospective advortisors upon applica tion. Advertisements, authorized with out specified number of lnsortloaj will bo printed each issue until or dered discontinued by tho advortlsor. Tho publisher roscrves the right to reject any advertisement llors's another. A local carpon ter sent; to a Chicago concern fo...

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. — 3 April 1914

HE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS CLOSING U 1 O -rV JLi 1-4 i) Our Entire Stock to Go at Absolute Cost Cash we need and Cash we must have. A very rare opportunity to buy your spring supply. We offer you the following quotations: ? LI' J? 21 lba granulated sugar for JjJl.OO COFFKK. i Red Fox, 1 lb pkg. 20 Arbuckle, 1 lb pkg.,. .1. . . . .221-2fi American Jack, 4 lb can QOq Comet Stool Cut, 1 lb. -27 African Java," bulk, per lb.;. . . .30 Pea Berry, bulk 221-2c Santos flat bran, from 15 to . .20t CEREALS. Grapo' Nuts, por pkg 121-2 Cream of Wheat, por pkg.,. . . .15d Post Toastles, largo pkg.,.,.. 12 Post Toastles, small pkg.,. .. . . .gj Tostum, 1 lb pkg., 20 Corn Puffs, 3 lb pkg., 7 National Oats, tubes 10 Comet Rice, per lb. gp SXABCII, SPU'i JJlOu - Faultless Starch, por pkg 7 Star Naptha, por pkg... 4 Borax Washing Compound, por . , Pkg. 4i Eaglo Lyo, per can 6c 1 uiam uyo. por can, ,. oc Gold JJiTflt, large slzo, per pkg., 20 Fairy Soap, per bar, Ivory Soap, per tar, '.4d Crystal White Laun...

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. — 3 April 1914

6 n '. THE DUEANT WEEKLY NEWS jfc.mli i, tknxtW 'WWW UHH . t .1 rO.THIRDS OF ALL THE FAMILIES IN OKLAHOMA USE WAWitKII YUKONS YUKONS BEST i i err. tuam ALL THE QfTHfiRS. "Olkteffi HoutwwtVe Know W. BEST FLOUR Public Health Department BT DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH The following lottor was received at the health department this week: "Friend Mahr: I am enclosing herewith some partial results from your order abol ishing the common drinking cup. Every public sale billed in this coun ty, where I have had the opportunity to observe has carried this notice to "bring your drinking cup." This til consiplr.uously advertised. "Another Item worth while is that mo iuvo had no dlpths-a la th.s ciiunty fllnno the cup wis urli.rvil out of tho common schools. This kind of work Is worth while and .should be appreciated by the public. "Yours Uospectfnlly," Enclosed with tho letter was a public sale bill which advertises "freo lunch at noon, and bring drinking cups." During the same 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. — 3 April 1914

THE DTJRANT WEER.LY NEWS RriH"!"! cSpnfeVy.T"1 i '" Tf?rfp IKS-V. im""?! Reach the World by the Bell System in these bays op enlightenment, each progressive com munity welcomes every means of communication with its neighbors. the moat, the draw-bridge an" the outer-avall op his tory have been swept away and replaced by highways and itaililoads extending in every dihection. the bell telephone system is the greatest neighbor maker. it not only promotes social and business inter, course in each community, but extends that, activity par, beyond its borders. city boundaries and state lines are no barriers to ix-ter-c6mmunioation in the bell system, which includes more than 7,500,000 telephones, each one a long distance STATION, AND OVEltla.OOO.odo MILES OP TELEPHONE HIGHWAYS REACHING OVER 70,000 COMMUNITIES. Every Bell Telephone Is a Long Distance Station. PIONEER TELEPHONE AND,' TELEGRAPH CO. i DURANT WINS PROM ADA IN DEBATE. Friday night at the Opora House was held tho first of the tri...

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. — 3 April 1914

U& :fcss:X - 8 THE DURANTWEEKLY JfEWS d- - TP- The Southern StatesvCptton ;, i r This wottd Is Just what the business i expected, not that thoy thought the managers a set; ot crooks, but that their plans -wem unusual, unbusinesslike whon thoy offered to pay tho farnior more for hip cotton than the Corporation could sell It foe on4ho market. Tho business world (Clearly saw Us downfall, and now according to tho Oklahoma World of March tho 19th, there is ono and threo-quartor mil lion dollars, In outstanding script, (unsecured ,and unredepmed duo bills) and tho end is not yet, tho "World doos not placo Arkansas In tho list ot losors, the Arkansas legislature, adopted a set of "bluo sky laws" for tho protection of its citizens, a thing Oklahoma, Mis souri, Teas, South Carolina, Loulst ..ii and Georgia failed to do, that Is Just why tho Arkansas pe.oplo were not skinned too. Our last leg islature talked about tho thing but failed to do anything; it occurs to us that this should bo at...

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. — 10 April 1914

. Diirant Weekly Newsg t. w;t -SWLif OFFICIAL NUwSPAIJ'ER 0? THE COUNTY OF BRYAN v ; A Volumo XVUT. ,l DURANT, OKLAHOMA, iriHIJAY, Al'ltlli 10, 10M. suit for hack taxes Comity Will bo Sued lor $-18,1104.-07 as Taxes Illegally Paid by l,i. 408 liullnH Allottees Who Had Aftlgncd Their Claims to Oklaho ma ICty Man. CONFESSED DEHEADy, ing aiiisf Wallace. ..Mystery of Headless Jlody Found In Doggy Four Years- Thought to bo Cleared Up uy Alleged' Consilon f It. Ii. Bledsoo of 'ftcar Caddo. NUMBER IB. Tuosday Geo, P. Glaze, an, Oklar, noma uuy attorney, representing Jeo. R. Broadwoll,a bond buyer of that city, filed with tho county com missioners a claim agalnat Bryan county for $48,004.07, t being aP legod that tho potltlorior had tax claims of Indian allottees In this county for this Bum. X suit is tho result of tho decis ion! of tho United States Supremo Court, holding that Indian lands "wore not taxable, and Broadwell had the claims of 1,463 different allott ees In Bryan county, who ha...

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. — 10 April 1914

iCV I I 2 'i r THIS DTTRAK WEEKLY NXIW8 D? PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Indispensable to best results saves worry saves work saves money saves health saves complaints at table Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE In small towns that nro adjacent In tho stores of a large city close at to, or Convenient to largo cities, thoro1 hand, oven though they bought tho Is nn oft-exnnrpssod Imnroaslou: annie brand of.coods at Identically This town will never bo much larjl the same prices he Would ask for or; it is to cioso to city." . them. In other words, tho residents o&- "This morchant no doubt know M'CItEAKY ST2KKS KE-ELVCTION. Vrcfcent Inciunbcnt of County Cleric's Office" Will Ask Voters to Giro Him Second Term Upon Ills ltec ord in Office. This paper has boon authorized to Announce tho candidacy of Henry McCreary for tho office of county clerk of Bryan county, re-oloctlon, subject to tho action of the voters at the Democrat...

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. — 10 April 1914

fri. THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS ,: a-' t r. J(JY " SS it Public Auction Sale Of Eight Registered Percheron Stallions To be held at Allen's Barns in Durant, Oklahoma, beginning at 2:30 p. m. APRIL 16, 1914 MMMMBMIMBsMMsMMMWMsWMWsWaWaMWWMBssMa i On the above date we will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder Eight Head of Three and Four year old Registered Percheron Stallions Tkese young stallions are the right kind richly bred and recorded in government approved Percheron book and a certificate of registera tion is given with each stallion. They are the proper age to buy as they have all their life of usefulness before them. They have been properly grown and will be money makers to whoever buys them. We will give one of our written guarantees with each stallion sold. You will have to see them to ap preciate them. If you or your community needs a good pure bred stallion, come and see these, they will please you and here your price will he our price., A word of explanation as to why...

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. — 10 April 1914

r 4 THE DURANT WEEKLY, NEWS : , .. I I Durant Weekly Nws Official Papor of Bryan County. Tr, '.ill1 Published ovory Friday at 114 N. Third Avonuc, Durant, Oklahoma. Entorcd as second class mall, mat ter at tho postoMce at Durant, Ok lahoma, under Act of Congress or March 3rd, 1879. B. M. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono Year, in advance, ...... .$1.00 Blx Months, In advance, 50 ADVERTISING KATES and clrcu-j lation statement will be furnished, prospective advertlsors upon appllca-' tlon. Advertisements authorized with-, eut specified niutmer erf lnsortloui will ho prin,tedVoch Issuo until or dered discontinued by tho advertisor. Tho publisher reserves tho right to rojoct any advertisement. kANHOUHCEMENTS. f,Tbis paper Is authorized to an boubc the candidacy of the persons whose names appear below for tho of fices named, subject to the Democrat ic primary, August 8th, 1914. FOB SHERIFF, JOHN A PHILLIPS, Caddo, Okla. JAS. YARBROUGU, Durant, Okla. ' LIB HART, (Re-...

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. — 10 April 1914

( 7" THE 1XURANT WEEKLY NEWS S .V ""V ear - X H? : f LOCAL AND PERSONAL JessoHamllton is having ' plans drawn for a handsomo two-story hemo on the lot at tlio corner of 8 th avenue and Elm street, which ho re cently purchased from Fred Hnrle. Jewell Hlclus Is making tho plana. ' Drs. H. W. Ycataf A. S. Hagood and V. B. Iplty havo returned from tho club lako at Aylosworth where they .spent soyoral days fishing W. 13. Uttorback la among tho re cent new auto ownors. ,lIo Is sport ing a fine Hudson six cylinder car, 'ono of tho finest yot brought to this Uy. ' Tho regulnr meeting of tho direct n ora of tho Bryan County Agricultural .and Livo Stock Association will be , held noxt Tuesday evening, April 34th, when dotnlls ofpIans for this year's fair will bo gono over. Captain J. W. Badgott of (Jolbert, ttiW justice of tho peaco of that pre cinct, and ono of tho school directors was in tho city on business Monday of thin wcok. Dr, P. L. Cain w. .. n Albany en business connoctod with the 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. — 10 April 1914

1 THE DURANT WI1KLT KZW8 f ' creamery or sells butter to tho local market ho Bhould have cows. Mil is needed on tho family tablo and there Is ho better food for pigs, calves and lambs. Dairy cows aro necessary for comfottablo living and for raising animals economically. for securing any ploco of monoy or change for coin or bill dosirod. Tho machine is there on trial upon the representation of tho makors that It will save half of a man's time at the window In making change. The prlcoof tho machine is, $180 00. TAKES ALL THE "AKE" OUT OF BAKE YUKON'S BEST FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER MimGU$ Jot j J J 1 Public Health Department nY DR. J. C. MAHR, STATE COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH TO INVICfcTIOATK HOOKWOJIM. ltecently tho State Commissioner of Health has been able to Interest the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission In tho Hookworm In Oklahoma. It Is possible that they villi co-opcrato with tho State Commissioner of Health In making a Hookworm Sur vey of the stnfo for tho purpose of ascertaining whether...

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. — 10 April 1914

(U- ' TH1 DtJRAifT WEEKLY KEW8 3 miles aro ns yot untnfosted During Your Traveling Telephone Horizon Wherever you go, within tho-Bcll system, your telephone horizon- travols With you. -i Ho matter where you aro, .the Boll Telephone is the center of a largp talk ing circle. - t You can travel tho length and breadth of the country and never bo beyond the reach of tho Bell tclophone. i ', Wherever yon aroflt links you with your home and business. You may bo a thousand miles from home, yet In a few minutes you may hear tho voice of friends or buslnosstissociates. Amd. w.horejvor you go It is the same. Always thero Is tho samo "of flclont Bcrvico of the Universal Bell Tclephono system linking yotf with thoso y rffV you have left bohind. .,.,.. ' V I Evory Bell Tclephono Is a Long DIstanco Station. PIONEER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. The Southern States -.Cotton ' Corporation in Bankruptcy "Walk into my parlor, said the Spider to tho Ply." Some of my readers may remember this old fable, a...

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. — 10 April 1914

ass; . m 8 THE DUEANT WEEKLY NEWS WSmOBttKMrSM 1 J i i H L7.. iV"ii3Vvr J Wkk'rK iKW i-H&crv um .mt.-iL i 1 MWk.vf mi am -r - BS 'ABi? iT4dL '? -. Kf, r'lHI "Bv ''I rmmw Mv.t 1 f ffiDM M 1 j !&K4 'Jm'7', vc7 vm -mi " .'R!Aar35;.v; t).''.'. i-VJ K.'-'' "VX.I US,, AVkT Lfij 'i , j v 1 1. izwi!rr.. ixiw: '-- . ' ffi!lR 1 - f : 1 v .jvi'nvi.'w spring suits and presses op exceptional style and quality specially priced foit april. Lovely and graceful styles In a diversity that la surb to meet overy doraand. Includod are Suits, Wraps and i)rossos of every wantod material, and. are wonderfully becoming. WOMEN'S SILK DIIESSES $1-1.85 and $10.50. Afternoon and Street Drosses of chiffon, taffeta, crepo do chine and fancy cropos, in dozens of dlfferont modols, bringing out overy new feature of the season the -advance ideas that are found In tho highest priced frocks all tho now shading and black; they are wonderful values at $14.85 to -. 19.50 Dresses In dainty figured Silk Foulards, pr...

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. — 17 April 1914

UzM T 3a - 1 (i DURANT 1 V-'- ;! raar, i .1 v ) vW'v- ',.. j 'OFFIOLVfiWI?AFER.soV-''.TH& O.OON.TY OP MJYAN 'v W. v VOLUME xviii. '' tiWliXST, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 10147 JB"' NUMHKR 18, News V T jl . '-f-'" irff JLk l ?:& ir ) J h V SUMMER RACE MEET JUNE 5i.j NEW RURAL PHONE LINE. v;,'. . sf" M'ALESTER WON" XJtACK MEET, . MLITLY VJ.HKl ON HORSES. . ANNUAL FAIR OCT U-Hi i Lovers of Horseflesh ad RftclM NIho MIIo Lino Between Durant ami Took 'PolHt)t In Annual Event,, General atott .Umlcr Cmcc's Or- Anntinl Kvcnt Will lo Mitdo a.So'ntli- Will rvo a'vo Days' Trent at tlioi ! Starts off AVlth Sloven 8ub-l Ncari-st Ccilbr' ' ttiU Hitji:otvjV dcrnf StopeS, Races, After Actual- eastern Oklahoma ItifltlfHtfoH.- Coanty Vf q, -l8 irere. Mb- -w ' scrlltors. Initial Cost was .111,78 WKk 20 Points. Roy of McAlc. ly Firing '&' Race-"" Entries. Early Preparations will ."Ins'tiro eral PHrsuv. f-.,Z for Each Subscriber. t6r wcto All-Rovmd, -Title. Tlnvatcpcil'To' Blioot to Kill. S...

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. — 17 April 1914

-' V--rt;C.1l".iM- THE DURANT WEEKLY HEWS ': ' ! -- '; I" i 4 I ' i Ji n ; 'I ' m ;-l- ' HA. D PRICE'S CREAM Baking Powder Received the highest award at Chicago World' Fair 1190. i. ,M,', Mcl'horson, Sheriff .expense 10.90 1192. Lib Hart. Board qfirflBOhers, 298. 76 1103. Mbj.Hat, Sheriff exWn'eo , '. 13,2i 1194. UbHart. Sheriff ('pfngbBO .. ... ..r" 18.20 119C. wfJE. ZIon, SherJffixponso, . . .fM" v ' 23.08 1198. J. V, Drooks, Shoflfedrvlco; ..".., (.i... vr 45 1199. Mngrnm, Shorlft'iMiee ''. i'.w 7,. , "2.91 Mill lllackwcll, ShofUflBorvlce, . wtj,'. .1f . ' 2.73 J. lL. Rnppoleo, MSrcM, salary, .74 ?'. ..77, 186.41 Lacy Grimes, MarchjjftaWy. . . . .-, ,;... .. 06.00 Maude CourtnoyJtSrph,' salary, ;,......,., ,)76. 00 , fc . ( . ' l?!? . i u ayj ueeu, .uarru '"ary, -w;; .; . 'J. A. Moore, MrJtjjjjalary, ;' . . ', ;! ; ,'; ill. A. Clement. Maggy salary, .,,.. W. A. JoncB, MarchSgalary, . .'.-Pi Richard Nlcolds, MaTch salary, 1200, 1201. 1202. 1203. 1204. 1206. 1206. 1210. 11211 '5 vi...

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. — 17 April 1914

INI I i w aMi A THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS 3 wfrw I a ii i '. Iv i 1 ,JS "$.i h '" .. " i .. few" ' ' -..! ". b i r .. w, M ''''MnBMrOHBHfMMHnHnniMBHUHHlBliHMCMnpKnnnHMHBHHSKWHHHBNMHBHBBHBSI Special April Offerings t r THIS MONTH will be the buying month at Perkins Brothers Company Store. The past six weeks has been rainy, cold, muddy, so getting to town has been very unpleasant. Now April is with us and time for Spring and Summer Goods of all kinds You will profit by making thislstore a visit now. We will offer hundreds and hundreds of special bargains through April from the fact that March was cold andia' backward month we 'are endeavoring to give our trade this month enough double values and bargains to make-up for the past few weeks and spirit the buy ing: so as. to end-up and round-out April as the best bargain giving month of any Spring period in the history of our business. You'll lose if you fail to be with us through April. At this particular season our stocks are running over ...

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. — 17 April 1914

O ;; o 'r-" 1 r 'a i-i THI DUJtAflT WEEKLY NEWS l Durant Weekly News d Official Paper of Bryan County. Published every Friday at 111 Ht Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. it'- '- . - -i li --i iiiuiurcu as seconu ciuss iiuui iuui V ter at the postoffice at Durant, Ok- uuuiuui uuuui ivut ui uiibiuao ui V March 3rd, 1879. ' t !, '.-rW'- 5B.,lH. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. . . .TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. ,On6 Year, In advance .L.iVJl.OO SU Months, in advauco$.s s . .50 ji ADVERTISING RATES and, circu lation statement wllK"b(?(? furnished prospective advortlsor upon applica tion. , ) . Advertisements' aulhfirteed with out specified uuhibor of lnsortionj will bo printed each lssuo until or dorcd discontinued by tho ndvertlsor. The publisher reserve's the right to rojoct any advertisement W - .vA'. i . ( .'ANHOWf CEMENTS. This paper Is authorized to an nounce tho candidacy of the persons whose names appear below for the of fices named, subjoct to the Democrat ic primary, August 8tn, 1914. TOR S...

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