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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 June 1914

(fci- QA tcss uoods or uitreren Patterns Absolutely up to he roy. We will save you money in that line. At MAX BROWN'S 4 Ladies Muslin Night Gowns Regular $1.50 value now $ .98 Regular 2.50 value now 1.S8 f ; ; ; ; 1 Ladies-White Embroideried Mus- n lin Underskirts $2 values $1.43 4 . . 1 The biggest line of muslins in the f.iy. - If joir want-real values in !! tb 4se lines, come and see - MAX KKi JWN Ladies Waists, white and lace in all colors, regular $1.50 values come in and pick your choice for 98c at Max Browns We have one lot, only, in white Waists, in all sizes, regular $1.50 values 78c at Max Brown's One lot of fine -Laces, regular 5c and 10c values 2c per yard 10c and 12c values 5c per yd Every Courtesy Date, June 25th, Thurs Place, Max Brown's ;! DURANT, OKLAHOMA W. L. Townsends Old Stand fcSRKH!$arftJ tr- - .'5-g , : ..5 . -'-i Pl"iiiSS aaies ivmsiin all coloi Regular $2 50 values now $1.98 Regular 1.50 .values now -.98 We have 500 bolts of Ginghams in all colors, absolute...

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. — 26 June 1914

K '7- ' Of THE DURANT WEEKLY NEW! Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE "When Vo montlon tho advantages as Individual and co-opcrattvo effort to bo derived from community co- cnn mako It. operation wo usually think of the united efforts of citizens to promote the growth and wolfaro of a town or community In which they Tlvo, thus bringing about individual pros perity. But thero Is still anothor nspoct Which It bohoovos us to con sider. A town may bo prosperon. 't inny have tho co-oporatlon of Us cit izens In all matters portalnlng to its commercial life, and yet not bo an Ideal community In which to live. "Why? Because or Its unsan itary condition. Would It noi be well, therefore, to go a step further and never bo satisfied until ovory Tiomo and backyard, ovory place of business, every public building and street is made as clean and banltary What brought about the SDlendld results in our recent clean-up cam paigns? Community co-operation. But wo loarned...

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. — 26 June 1914

THE DtfRANT WKEKil:NI!WS ) rar m. r Copyrighted Buying By A. M. Burroughs Tho godds It pays to handle nro tho goods which go fast. A haberdasher in Chicago has built his buslnoss to tho point whero ho averages a thousand sales a day in a llttlo storo forty fool squaro n gross buslnoss of moro than ?200, 000 a year. In this llttlo storo ho keeps n wider varloty of goods, and makes moro real not profit, than tho most stores with firo times his spaco and ten to flftcon times his capital .and expense. Tho socrot of his success is in tho small amount of stock which' ho carries and tho frequency with which ho turns his capital. Ho plans to keep lust ono 'day's supply of stock on tho shelves and in tho Bhow cases. Evory night his Btock is replenished just enough to replace tho goods removed by tho day's sales. Accurate records for coVeral years havo enabled this merchant to know almost exactly how much' ho will sell of ovory line each day, and to ""ko arrangements In advance fo this sale H...

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. — 26 June 1914

TT ly S' c THX DURAKT W1IXLT V1WI sT $100,000 Wholesale Purchase SALE Mens $1.00 Shirts all sizes, soft and neck bands 69o 75c Soft Shirts and Negligee 43c 50c Shirts, all kinds and all sizes 38c i 50c Silk Sox 25c 25c " " Tl9c 25c Fancy Sox 12)c 15c Sox, 3 pair 25c 25c Underwear 19c 50c Underwear 38c 1 lot 50c Ties 25c Childrens Gingham Dresses only 1 5, 25, 45a Hot Ladies Waists 48 cents , Have you seen Ahese 20 Ladies WJiite Dainty Dresses? only $2.95 -& Assortment Muslin and Silk Petticoats 98c " t Muslin Drawers 15c, 25c a i , 1 Ik White Drsses wlile they las&nowi n ? only PERKINS BROS CO. O. Tiircl Ave $4.9$ You Can't Beaf These 1 table Ladies $3,50 Slippers .only $1.63 U Ji ,? 1 table Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Slippers $2.45 1 table Dress Goods up to 25c . 15c 2 tables Dress Goods up to 35c only 19c 1 table Dress Goods Idp to 15c now 5q PereronaJ nP7 L. H. Fash, farm agent for Bryan county, 'will visit In tho south and southwest part of tho county all this week in tho lnt...

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. — 3 July 1914

Bueant Weekly News OFFICIAL HSFAFIR 0 THK COUNTY OF BRYAN j .1 ' DURANT, OKLAHOMA, ltitDAV, JULY 8, 101. ( i VOLUME XVIH. , number t. m V vsf "n ' ', . T1 ' $ri. i feb r .t DESERTER OF, BABY VESTED ".L . Mother and Daughter anu , Father" Arcrsted for Desertkm.. . . - Tuesday bofore Justice of the Peace Tom Anderson, at Bokchlto; warrants wore nworn out for Ben 3larmon and Motile Harmon, hus band and wife, and the latter'al dcmpfWa T.ciiira Wnffinn unnn taa charge of child desertion. The warr rants wore sorvoa by Deputy Sheriff Early Zlon, -who., had worked the. case up. These poop'lo are" charged with the crime" of deserting a little flft'een-day-old girl baby 6n the Katy lAmlt ed Wednesday nlgkt. Directly' after the child waB found Deputy Sheriff Zlon and Early began making In vestigations, and thoy secured clows which led to the arrests yesterday, Tho people live two miles northeast of Bokchlto, and aro well to do In that community. Tho officers state thnt when they wont to sorvo....

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 July 1914

",! -'" THE DURAtf WEEKLY NEWS - ' 't I it answers every beverage re- , 1 ' quirement jvim, vigor, refreshment' S $" wholesonieness. . ' ' gsR-' v It will satisfy you. ' JB ' VlT Perannd the genttjitt W ,M name KafBaNliiiiwi' kX Kickustuo encourage tubstitutlon. BtlfPilHTH 'W THE C0CA-C0LA COMPANY jfilfW flAffOS I Q A asn (Tt a SAP man IntrodlKotl him. At Rlnllng. w 1 1 1 . a rh x . n m where a. OIL FIELDS Artlmoro and Carter County Citizens Hear Jfcxt Oovonior of OlUabonin Speak. Sprnks About Oil. Ardmore, Okla., July 2. iVrdraoro and Carter county heard Judge It. L. Williams; Democratic candidate for governor, Friday and tho candidate made clear. his position In such a manner as to win his aud'onco at every step during theMay A great many independent produ cers heard him along with 1,200 oth er Carter county citizens on the lawn of tho court houso grounds Friday night and that thov were pleased Tflth his proposals was Indi cated by tho frequent and prolonged applause. One 'of tho ...

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 July 1914

If !' THE DUKANT WEEKLY NEW8 . 4 JaiHUH : W' V& HHMKHHI HIP " v ' BHHMPnBH LRKll!?BKaaLzHsM. aliH aflEaHB$i'? aIMHIfciBBU'3iBBl I HBraL r KaiaiaHP ifEMH aw!BMFi7H JUDGE SUMMERS HARDY Candidate for Justice of the Supreme Court "JUdgo Hardy will bo an applicant lor appointment to tho supreme bench to succeed Judge Williams, whon tho latter resigns to make the :xaco for governor, and will also bo. ;a candidate for the full term. Judge Hardy Is one of tho best and most favorably known jurists In, Oklaho ma, being popular both with tho epo 'ple and tho bar. Ho has held court i at Ada on several occasions and loft a 'good record hero as everywhere tilso. He Is a pioneer of Oklahoma and has grown up horo with tho country, keeping himself fully nbroast of tho rapidly moving tlnios lhat have characterized the develop MAKY STATE CANDIDATES Applications All In. Numerous Contests Among Democrats. Other Parties Have Straight Tickets. When the office of tho secretary 'Of the State Election Bo...

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 July 1914

,---- THE DUJtJLITT WEEKLY 1TIWI Durant Weekly New Official Paper of Bryan County. JTrtllshcd every Friday at 114 N. Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma. -tatered as second class mail mat ter at the postofflceat Durant, Ok Mema, under Act ot Congress of March 3rd, 1879. 'N a. If. EVANS, Editor and Publisher. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, fie Year, In advance,. .... .Jl. 00 Mx Months, in advance, .. I . . .GO ADVERTISING RATES and clrcu hUioa statement will bo furnlshod Vrospectlve advertisers upon applica tion. Advertisements authorixed -wlth-at specified numbor of Insertions will be priated each issue until or dered discontinued by tho advortlser. The publisher rosorvea tho right to reject any advertisement ANNOUNCEMENTS. This paper Is authorized to an nounce tho candldacy-ot tne persons .whose names appear below for tho of fice named, subject to the Democrat ic primary, August 4th, 1914. STATE INSURANCE COJUinSSION Kit. A. L. WELCH, (Ro-oiection.) FOR SUPREJtE CO OUT JUSTICE. ROBERT M. RAINEY...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 3 July 1914

ll GZZZ! VHI DUJtAKT WXKLT VJEW1 , J q J" tl LOCAL AND PERSONAL DOINGS ,T ! Judgo E. F. tflcolds, who has been living at Caddo for tho past olovutt years, moved this week to Abilene, YoxaB, which place ho will innko his future homp. The Judgo has many friends In this city who will 1oln in wishing him success In his now home. 0. Presto McCallb returnod Sat urday from Norman, where ho has bot-u attending the State University. Miss Ll'zlo Saunders nrrlvo.1 homo Saturday from a months va'atton rnfnt In Kontucky nhd Indianapolis, Indiana. Earl Allen loft for Aylesworth Alonday morning on his dulli's ns sunoyor of tho saw mill company which Is constructing a plant thcro. Mr. and Mrs. W, ll.-Crcagor loft Monday morning for Uoswell, whero Mr. Creagor Is looking after tho con struction of an pll mill. Mrs, T. F. Bums ana daughter, Mrs J. W. Dottorff, of Tulsa, urrly cd Saturday to spend n fow days with J. Yj. ahd T. E. Burns. Thoy aro mothor and sister respectively of tho Messrs. Burns. Sund...

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 July 1914

THE DURANT W1ZKLY NJSWi Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE Tho Shrovoport Ad Club of Shrove rsort, La-, recently held a that city . a"celobrntJon known as "Mado-ln- Shrevoport Week." This celebration lis Bald to have accomplished moro than all olso In tho city's history to ward arousing tho citizens to tho Importance of patronizing homo ln- jlustry- Whllo very few of tho small towns In tho Southwest have, manufactories thoy all have retail stores which, If properly patronized, constitute a powerful force In tho growth and .development of their communities. If a few of tho moro progressive -citizens In and around our smaller cities and towns would start a move ment In favor of "homo trading," much good would bo accomplished, ns it Is a proven fact that tho gener al prosperity of a community 1b de pendent upon tho prosperity of local mercantile establishments. The community In which you live cannot possibly bo any hotter than your stores and you canno...

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 July 1914

V- 1 THE DTJRANT WZEKLY NEWS ? Copyrighted What . a Sales Record Can Teach You ; By A. M. D urroughs "It is by ltnowlng what has" sold that tho chain storo fellows aro ablo to mako such enormous Sales on such a small stoeU." Tho banana man who soils his en tiro stock of bananas every night unusual; Us methods aro unusat only In that thoy ftro typical of tho nldth ods of other successful merchants In dYory lino of business. For ovory ralo that Is made In each of tho stores In this chain, tho can toll jou thd exact number of ba-ic,ot"k ,nakc8 out tt flal,cs sllP Blv'n? nanas puichased and tho oxkcI num- tho nnmo nnd unount of tho goods bor sold during any business oxy. ,80ld and ib prlco' Ho knows nil there Is to know L ". about tho "sales end" of his bust-""? lB. Ie t0 ,to11 n th ness. It Isn't guess work with fatal. d. . ' ' hw " Goods of Ho knows absolutely what ho has t " , oen ?ld' V10 """""V" done; what ho has sold: what ho has ad Ulf. amun,1 ot & ales V " purchased; what pr...

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 July 1914

THI DURANT WMILVHIWI KM INDIVIDUAL FITNESS m T QUALIFIES 0 Q I c-; R. P. Bowles' For CORPORATION COMMISSIONER . Subject tp Democratic Pri mary, August 4th (If my views tiro your views and you find that my re!6rd as a citizen and democrat and my qualifications to fill the office guarantee mo to be , worthy the honor and trust, I shall greatly appreciate your support. I have nothing else to offer, If elected, except that I wlll'uso my best efforts' to act promptly and Impartially In full sympathy with the needs of the people of Oklahoma. K. P. Bowles stands for tho labor ing classes at nil times, ho has never hesitated to defend them, every union labor man In Oklahoma vyho Is TamlJIar with his rccord'wlll attest this fact. PLATFORM. J.f A Few of tho Things It. P. Bowlc3 Would Favor As n Corporation Commissioner. I bellovo. that the groatest degree of efficiency can be obtained by tho Corporation Commission through tho prompt execution of orders. It I am elected, I will co-operato with...

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 July 1914

MS $r m V ' O. r volume xvnr. S&H WILLIAMS iJff CALLS JEN- , NINGS A LIAR Charged (ho Ilandld Willi Presenting Value Affidavit mid tlio Ex-Con-vlct Slunk Away. Konawa, Okla., July C. Giving the Ho to Al Jennings, tlio ox-outlaw candidate for governor, from tho samo platform which tho former bandit hod Just epoken, Judge-. Rob ert L. Williams, leading democratic candidate for the gubernatorial nom ination, contributed his second dra matic donouncomont to tho campaign within the fortnight at Konawa's Fourth of July celebration Saturday. "I was never an outlaw and I am not n. coward' Judge Williams ex claimed, turning toward Jennings. Tho crowd, which numbored sov- oral hundred, had begun to chocr tho former chief justice, and men and women commoncod edging clos er to tho platform; Judgo Williams waited until ho could bo hoard and proceeded slowly, speaking with groat deliberation: "I wouldn't dignify him by this refer .y6," ho said, ' "wore it not that lid has tried to place mo in...

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 July 1914

: 0 7 coini- t 9 ', ? jrWw 5-.-Tt ty ri -Jfflaiisdr!nk - JI(l)omaisVrink tfv&rijhoJifs'priitk Vigorously good 1 1 r"T11 delicious. 1 land refreshing. The national 1 1 -1 and yours. VI ) Demand tho genuine by full name Nicknames encouraga iubttitution. L. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Whenever you tee an .Arrow think .of Coca-Cola. DEGREE TEAM TO COMPETE. Tho Woodman degree team left Monday evening for Fort Smith, Ark. to anttend a three day's uniform en campment of Arkansas and Oklaho ma. Tho team Is Co. A., 99th regi ment, In chargo of D. P. McCallb. colonel of the regiment, L. K. Hun nlcutt, lleut. colonel, with .the fol lowing officers In actual charge of the local company: J. J. Silver, cap tain; J. E. Coffey, first sergeant; Henry Factor, corporal; and the fol lowing men: W. C. Grlminott, Robt. Reed, Albert Jackson, Waltor Wil liams, Homer Wiley, Homer Hamil ton, O. L. Cox, E. Bylngton, A. O. Lynn, J, H. Maddorra, J. M. Green, Robt. Shannon, Ernest Ward, Sher man Merritt, and Tony ...

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 July 1914

Ki No. 2 Township, County of Bryan, State of Oklahoma Financial Statement for Fiscal Yonr begining July 1st, lfllS, and ending JunO 30th, 1014; nnd Estimated needs for Current Expenses for tho Pineal Year beginning July let, 1914, and ondlng June 30th, 1D1D, as xoqulred by Section 7378, Chapter 72, Rovisod Laws of Oklahoma, 101Q. , FINANCIAL STATEMENT J OA8H ACCOUNT ' ' Cash on hands' July 1st, 1913, to credit of GENERAL FUND, . ..... HDGEIPTSf ' ; , Amount received from current taxes ....,,.. J .,'......., i ....... .,, Amount received from back taxes ............. i-'j Miscellaneous collections from County Treasurer and other sources., Total Balance and Receipts. ................... t .v . . , . . DISBURSEMENTS: . .-tAj j . ' Amount warrants redeomed (principal) ............ .s .. j ....... . Amount Interest paid on Warrants redeemed, ......,,, ,...-., , Torn. TllahiirHomnntn L .,'.'! .1 .' Total Disbursements Balance on hand June 30, 1014 . , , . . . . . i r TAX I7HVY ACCOUNT V4'...

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 July 1914

'"ftr- 0 , 4 THE DURANT WBIKfcY W3BW8 VK I Durant Weekly News Official Paper of Bryan County. rbllshod every Friday at 114 N., Third Avonuo, Durant, Oklahoma. U - i Entered as-second class mall mat r at tho postofflco at Duraut;vOk- lakoma, underlet of Congress of,lhn,nlr hllt fhA -hnrtv nrnrCntr Pn. March 3rd, 1879. A ; I. K. EVANY, Editor and Publisher. j- . TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Year, in advance .... $1,00 Hz Months, in advanco,. . . .50 ADVERTISING RATES and circu lation statomont will bo furnished Kespoctlve advertisers upon applica tion Advortlsomonts authorized with al specified number of insertions will bo prlntod each issuo until or dered discontinued by tho advortlsor, Tho publisher reserves tho right to rojoct any advertisement akoiwceAents. v This paper is authorized to an- ounce the candidacy of tho persona whose names annear below for th of- Sees named, subject to tho Democrat 16 primary, August 4th, 1014. STATE XKSlUtAKCK commission EK. V A. Ij. WELCH, (Ro-olectton.)...

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 July 1914

THE DURANT WEEKLY KEW8 it ? & LOCAL AND o .. PERSONAL DOINGS J J. M. Franklin" 'ivna up from Col bert Monday on business and paid tio Nows,1 n Vtoasant call. Mr, Frankilu reports that crops nfcar colbort liavo boon Injured by drouth but . that rain .soon will pull thdnVout. Dandrldgo MurdaUgh Jr., son.Ot Dr. Murdaugh, cx-preB(dont of. the. Southeastern Normal, Is" home from Virginia university for tho summer vacation. Dr. J. T. .Obert, of Altus.'baB this week, located In Durant, whoro ho wlir .reside. Dr. Obort Is a dentist nndlU hhva.oflcMvlth Dr. Norman Miller over (ho State National bank. mil Hamilton was hi front werft of Calera Tuesday on business. Dili says that oat threshing Is in ordor Ih that community and that tho ylohl por ncro are turning out a llttlo bit bettor than was expected. V. II. Oathout was In from tho Yarnabycoountr on business Monday ftind reports that crop conditions aro. fairly good in ins noignoornoou. Mr. and Mrs.. Joe S. Jennings who romored from Dura...

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 July 1914

I Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FARM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAdAZNE mAji of you complain about tho Xtoor ' Jjhop'lHug facllltlea of your homolown, tut did It novbr occur to yVu that 'bu are to a Jargo meita uro resbonfilblo for this lafik? Your local stores nfo despondent u'p6n tho patronago extended by you nud oth- or comuiijrilty tonsum'ors. ' If you and your neighbors send your orders away, how can you expect your fltorcs to be Up tti tho mark? No merchant can Improve- his business wlthbut tho co-opotatlon of his pa tron. Furthermdro, when you send yoUr money out of town for goods, you are taking It away from your own "fcdmmunity Interests, your 8chbolk, churches, and public welfare. Every dollar you expend at home IrfiTin investment for your own go6d,Tand that of your families, as it holps-to mako up the financial Integrity of a community. You may argUd that you spend so little 'money tha ybur "mlto" will not bo missed, but lot mo assure you that you arc mlstakon. It Is the AM...

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 July 1914

::( .mW ' 'ywtiaimas t THE DtfRANT WEEKLY KEW8 tJg-JAMiw .. Cojpyrigiited Figuring. Stdw.il uHidveijWV A"t .:. liy A. M. Burroughs faWf&.' ;a "Business Is a tank 'ot profits. Capital is a myriad of sponges. The Bpqngcs should bo constantly put Into tho' tank," ono at a tlmo, tlion' taken and squeozed dry." A shoo dealer bought ton pairs of shoes fit $2 a pair and sold them at S3 a pair, costing him-120 and Boi ling for 30. Ho turned his cap ital once, at 33 1-3 per cent profit on tho' soiling price. Art implomont . dcalor 4;'bouglit n wheelbarrow 'at ?2- and sold It for S3. Then ho bougnt and sold an other and another and nnothor un til ho had sold ton, costing $20 and soiling' for $30. ji " H6 turned, his enpitnl tontimoa, at 33 1-3 pr cont'"on tho soiling prlco .at cacji turnfr-v,; 7 . Ono Merchant, fmakcfl 33 1-3 per cent on his investment. Tho other makes 333 1-3 per cent, gross. Tho dlfiorenco Is that ono man Invosls ?20 onco. Tho other ninn invests $2 ten times. Both do 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 July 1914

Q THE DURANT WKIKLT KKWI J, It's Your Time to Buy Dry Goods 1 W ll WHlMWI t es Just One Sale Like It O BSBiBPnVTrSCIVTBETIIHPifflPIHiBBIHIHBffl OTHERS CO. BR' aMlllMlHMWWIIBWMMnWMIMMMIWIIIM llielWMmimilMeiPBMMWCTeJUIIIlMMIM )! ejMBIiegtteMIWemeMeMMWWW 21 b I 1 ' REAT V tL 1 1 1 1 U i -L f RED TAG SALE LASTS -JULY' 9tti to JULY dkoxn ,w. f ADVERTISING MOST POWER1 SCHOOL LAND SALE. xfls ini The Tower and Economy of Advcrtls lug nj a Sales-Producing Forjie tha Part it ITjw Mined In the Building of Mnll Order Business iron- tho y Retail Merchnnt Cnn Harness Ills Store to Manufacturers' Publicity. Tho mmll town merchant lias come to look upon mail order cour pci aon ub tho most dangerous Mo naco to his prosperity. In fact mull order 'pmpetltlon has4o a largo ex tent otietnred his viow of largo city and clmliv-storo competition which are prijbably cutting deopor Inroads into tile business than tho mall or der houses. Although rot nil merchants hav been forced to recognize the mall order h...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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