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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 4 September 1914

THJG DURANT WIKKLY NEW S. E NORMAL OPENS MONDAY COLLEGE TERM OPENS RUSSIANS BADLY DEFEAT AUSTRIA CADDO'S CORN CARNIVAL ON tMJOO Austrian Killed In Horrible Undaunted by Itnln9 of Lat Week Ciu-iinge; French Move Cuiilnl to Tho Boosters of tlm Corn Carnlittl Arc rutting It on its Good ns.Etcr Tills Week. - Jlordcnu; Gcnnnim within Fifty Mile of Paris. O WEDNESDAY JB K qflk HffiFjpP ypWllBviBKy rat Smaffgy "- 3- iRSH W. C. CANTERBURY, President Southeastern Stnto Normal School. Prof. Canterbury Anticipates Most Hucccwful Year In History of Du rant's Stntox School. Prof. P. E. Laird Is known all over the stato for his ability as an athlet ic coach and his opponents have learned to fear him and his men, and at the rino time thoy all ad- Monday, September 7,. President nurp nim Ior nls nonesiy anu iiur finntiirhnrv nnd fftcultv nro more dealing. The fall term of tho Southeastern State Normal school will open on i than ploasod with tho outlook for the coming year. Each day's mall brings do...

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. — 4 September 1914

.,, ", iV... LtMJak. imuimmumm j ,r;,l o fN THX DTJRAHT WI1ILT KIWI mvwmimtrntn. tdmup i ! : rn Community Co-Operation COPYRIGHTED FAttM AND RANCH-HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE By It. V. Success or concerns can1 tho lo,rg Invariably trlbuted to intelligent, co-oporatlvo effort on the part of the employees and tho owners, Intelligent co-operation Is ...lo...bw.v v.u-uw 'building will produce tho same ro posslble when here Is a thorough fBuUs fop l0 busness con. knowledge on tho part of each de ftin.4.nnf tf 1. M1.lMn.. . !., !L?U"Jiyf rfllLLVir lns attended by' tho Representatives 01 me various ueparimonis. At thpso mnntinfira- mnttnra nor, talulng to the general welfare of tile business, prospective changes and improvements, departmental problems, etc., are taken up and dls cussed with a view to familiarizing employoos and managers with ' the Individual services to tho services of the other departments and (o Im press upon the the Importance and lency on tho part of each. , Tho specific servic...

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. — 4 September 1914

u- "X O Farm Notes of Near fdmlno receipts havo result ed lrt a h.nrd to Judge bcof market Packers, while runnnlng the course ap they will,, finding it a b'K Job to fill their waiting orders. JUfit 'whore it will end is a sorious question. Only one thing is certain and that is desirable boot cattle, worth' ?S and up, will bo no lower while chohcos are bright for the lie basis bofore fall. As for the kinds that are and will be in larger supply the1 market car ries little encouragement. As fast as advances are earned by moderate or light runs, tho same aro lost, be cause of a hurry-scurry to market which has followed almost every Blight improvement rogistoded in the past sovoraf wcoks. Tho grass cattle are just about whoro thoy were pogged a year ago and yet the first costB are considerably greator on those carried over. Stock cattle right now are valued about vhi &mo as they wore last August. Southwest ern markets have been Up against n -flf" Por deal because of tho scarcity of I...

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. — 4 September 1914

(jA-"'' - .4 ,p THJC DUEART WlfllS KIWI WE INVITE YOU To This Store-See the New Goods PERKINS BROS. CO. On Third Avenue ' Your Best Place to Trade I p t J t hi ' f ' HI MBMdl New Fall Suits Our Suit Department is most complete with all the new things from the best and foremost garment makers New Models', long coats, New Tunic Skirts. The rich color and materials are sure to meet your approval. We have an elegant line and want you to see them early pf New WHfand Jynl Early rnlwW ml P 11 tl$il Dresses ;WW if y The Showing is pretty com- , plete and ev ery Express brings us others , X so let U3 show you these at $5.95 up to $9.85 $9.85 up to$19.5(h $1150 to, $17.50 $24.50 up to $45 ' "t"" if e oirer ureac values Every Express brings something new and a great stock is ours for your insptction. New Fall Skirts Our Racks are now packed full of all the newest things in skirts for early fnU and au tumn wear. $3.95 up to $7.50 $8.85 up to $17.50 A Great Line of New Fall Shoes A Gf eat Stock ...

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. — 11 September 1914

o V r' : DlIRAKT 0'., OmOIAL NEWSPAPER OPJHI COUNTY OP BKYAK volume xvm. k DUBANT, OKLAHOMA, VMOAYj SEPTKMIJEH 11, 1011. JWMlMtSt 87. ilFE SENTENCE Nj!JHl WILL i?i'ii BUY A BALE OF COTTON PLAN A LYNCHING. WAS AVERTED HARMONIOUS CONVENTION GERMANS ON A STEADY RETREAT FOR DR. GRAY AID FARMERS W EEKL T News I J f $ w 4JI0f bf Simoon Cochran is Found Guilty of JUmilcr at Charged; Jury . out Only Forty Muiutesj lcrendcr. Unmoved Bj, HeurlnK of Verdict. $S.3A94,J$,JSJ$,$J We, the Jury, duly empan- J eled and worn In the abovo $ entitled causo, do uporf our Oaths, fnd from the evidence J the1 above named defendant, $ J. S", Gray, U guilty of mur- $ der as chatged In tho Inform $ matlon and fix his punish- S ment at imprisonment at hard $ labor In tho State Ponltcn $ tlary for and during his nat- 5 ural llfo. $ 1 , Jack Turner S 'Sara Bacon J.'MKSclh ' ' G K , Hiram1 Staftth. S ,KlfrD. Height S i3d. t. .Smith' S -Will. HOrn $ W. II. Dyer . $ J pr T. Eddloman S Tom Dates . C, W. Colbo'rt, 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. — 11 September 1914

SSSSSBlyf:v: nnyaniauHf -WKMtay, fe THE DURAKT WEIKLt KZ-W8 .- . . ? , - ti) MomansDrtnk- fc WfigSW fajhJjiVM Af 'i W' A 7igorously good and keenly 1 " m delicious. Thirst -quenching I f and refreshing. 1 I The national beverage S m i m a ' "-' ML 4T K Demand the genuine by full nam fJjKl&AWtW'Ml 'Nicknames encourage tubstitution. flKWBT'MnjlEaaj 1 THE COCA-COLA COMPANY gigI JtS".. A0an,a.6a. JSS&fflBl Arrow think Pi tfwICT IH ll .UIIGED TO HOLD COTTON Oklahoma City Exchaiigo Sends Let ter to Members and Fanners Urg ing a Han of Action. 'lfte Oklahoma City Cotton Ex change ha8 Issued a letter to all lt3 members and the cotton growers in Oklahoma, in which It urges that the cotton bo held off the market and properly cared for until tho present financial condition shall make salo at a proper figure possible. Tho let ter was signed by tho Board of Di rectors of the Association, who are, W. L. Clayton, of Anderson, Clayton & Co,, It. T. Harris ot tho Harrls-Ir-by Cotton Co.,...

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. — 11 September 1914

f X 63 Orr P. THI DURANT WEEKLY NEWS W fP I & MHH Durant Milling Company ' Millers and Grain Merchants r- i . Distributing Agents' for Sweet fc Pure & Sweetkeart Hour Other leading brands: . i Climax, Magnolia, ( Shawnee Chief, White Eagle, ',' Valley 'Pride, Leader, &s Lily, Morning Glory, Climax and Red Dall Meal, Livestock and Poultry Feeds All of the boots brands of flour kopt for salo by all the merchants of Durant and vicinity. Secure our prices on grain before Foiling olsewhere. It will, be to your Interest to do this. Use Climax Meal. None better made or offered for sale In the state of Oklahoma. Tom Allen, Margaret McBee, Salesman. PROGRAM OF BRYAN CO. FAIR OCTOBER 14-17 The following Is the official pro gram of the Dryan county fair to be held In Durant October 14 to 17 In clusive: First Day Wednesday, Oct. 14 9:00 a.m. Band Concert, Main -.street. 3:30 a.m. Gates open, Band con cert. v 11:00 a.m. Address of Welcome, Hon. J. T. Mcintosh. 12:00 mrf-Dlner. 1:00 p...

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. — 11 September 1914

). -t-tth e ,m ,. , j-V"VWEkw 7Tf m-M,16-rfr..,, A wiS w 4Trfwwwjw.-liiatff' jniM,oc4!!tSBiWeaA.jo v. - mwtwmmk ri,'"i8-' Ww;.niw'.6WrtVW(rJfttJ4H THE DtJRANT WEEKLY NHWs I I J o. t V w Durapt Weekly News . UMI II i.l ...W i ...., .1 .. , -.... 1. -- Official Paper of Jlfjnn County PubllBhod nvory Friday at 114 N Third" Avcnuo, Durant, Oklahoma Entered aa Second Class Mall Mat ter 'at the Post Office at Durant, Oklahoma, under Act of Congress of MarCh 3rd, 1879, v E. M, EVANS, Editor and Publisher TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Ono Year, In advance? $1.00 Six Mouths, In advance ? .50 ADVERTISING RATE3 and circu lation statonient will bo furnished prospective advertisers upon appli cation. Advertising authorized without "a epeclfied number of Insertions will be printed 6ach Issue until ordered discontinued by the advertiser. The publisher reserves the right to rejoct any advertisement. ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET To vote a straight Democratic tick et .mark an X in the circle under tho rooster. R. L. ...

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. — 11 September 1914

J T 4 io J o CVJ THX DUJtAffT WEEKLY K3EWR .V BANKS WILL AID FARMERS ( Continued fr.om v8e, 1.) After tho business meeting dinner nwas Served at tho Atwood Hotel to "the visitors. Those present worqt XV. U. Cotner, cashier of tho First Nat Joiml Bank of Achilla; James, tf. King, and Jack Bumpass, cashier and nSslfltnnl" cashier of the First Nation1 al Bank of Aylcsworth; Tom King, and W. S, Furlong, cashier and assis tant cashier of tho First National Hank, of Dokchlto; W H. McCarlov and Tom Hamilton, president add cashier of tho First National Hank of Colbert; Bruce May and E. S. Mat, lock, vice-president and cashier of tho First National Bank of Kcnoflck; John L&ndrom, and V H. Bat',ey, cashier and Assistant cashtor of the First National Bank of Kingston Kerr G list rap ahd "L. L. Caldwell, vice president and cashier of tho Tishomingo National Bank, and J. W. Walker and Baxter Carter, cash ier nnd assistant cashier of tho First National Bank of Mllburn E. Fi Rlnos, president o...

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. — 11 September 1914

mwmammmmmim o a V THE DURAHT WIIKLY KIWI r"N -as ii 1 , v . Farn Note 0 I'rottuco Food and Feed It does not take, prophet to seo Hint at leant for noxt year and per haps a few years after, in case tho war should continue, diversified planting and livestock feeding will be tho safest and most economical practice at least for those who are not situated for Specialization. It would seom from tho present Indi cations, that the farm which pro duces food products, bread, meat, and fruits, vegetables and home man ufactured farm products will have a far bettor opportunity for the mar ket than tho farm that produces cot ton ilnd other crops which are large ly dependent upon tho markets of Europe. Wo believe tho European war will mnke It morelmportant that tho man ager raise on his farm the animals and the crops that are necessary to feed tho fnniily tablo and tho farm animals. Then instead of depending upon Europe to manufacture our money crop, we will raise crops that tho people both here a...

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. — 11 September 1914

O i fj tf THI DURANT WEEKLY HEWI !& AS LIVE STOCK MARKET IN DETAIL Kansns City, Stock Yards, Sop, 10. Prime cattlo mndo ft' now high tec ord for the year last woek ot $10.60.! nnd tho cattle below middlo grado gained 10 to 25 cents, Fair to good grade sof steers lost sightly tho irst or the week, pil regained a part of tho loss. Cows hold steady and stock crs.and feeders ruled 10 to 35 higher tho greater part of tho wook, focdora Knowing soma dullness at tho close. It was a good week for sellers, and tho fltilsh was with an undqr-current of strength all around, nalns In Ill inois and Indiana JaBt. week and a big"" rain in Missouri Sunday night will provo of material benefit to tho stockcr nnd icodor trado. Recoipts todry are 1C thousand cattle and tho receipts nro steady. A part of the run today was dolnyod by -Washouts from lost night's heavy downpour. Some of tho arrivals wore put under sheds, anticipating a bottor outlot tho following day. 'Native corn and grass Steers sold u...

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. — 11 September 1914

r 5 v I ft' (Z I THE DURAMT WI1KLT NEWI li NITSAL SHOWING Of NEW AUTUMN WEAR 5i By being reptesented'jn New. York immediately alter the fall styles were determined by the fashion authorities we tyere enabled to "place our orders at the top of fte list; therefore w are in a position to sho a more complete line of late styles in Suits,, Dresses, Skirts and Waists than is usually shown tWo or three weeks later, While the change in both suits and dresses is somewhat radicalvyet we are assured of a longer season for the styles tliat are now in vogue as the leading fashion experts arid makers declare themselves against sudden end-of-season changes as has been the case in some previous years. Make your selections early and secure the garments to suit your taste. Our Rdady-to-Wear Department is Brim Full of f the Newest Garments-We're Ready to Show You Fall Waists J' A glailce at the many novelties wo nro showing In waists will' convince you that for the coming eeasb"no have the most comple...

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. — 18 September 1914

o OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE OOUNTY 0 BYAf volume xvitf. IHRANT, OKLAHOMA ttltllUY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1011, NtMBERifc. f TO VOV ' , THE EX I hH- LEVY FRIDAY Wntcs) (ho Voiers of Durant Vote an Extra Two MU1 Levy, tho Public School Term Will Have to Itof Cut Short Several Months, Probab ly Cut 1h Half. "Unless nho votors decide In favor of an additional two mill Ifcry tor the maintenance or tho Durant Pub 11a Schools for tho ensuing yeur, at. the election to bo held for that pur POBO, Friday ot this weok the school ..term will necessarily bo cut short for tho want of funds with whichto oporttto, and fnaybo cut "In halt, Much interest is belnV shown in -tho election ,nhd whilo there are a great many knockers who are oppos ing tho additional levy, tho general public sentiment appoars to bo in favor of tho ext'ra levy. Tho estimated reg.ulremcjnts for tho maintenance of tho school this year are $26,402.50, whereas, tho vallablo funds amount to only ?19, 824.72, leaving a deficit or $5,037.78...

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. — 18 September 1914

fr; . X? u V) iaMIUMn-.- - f. W;Tl,i4 A1 - ' ' - r , ' rjBSuftt it- . &wiw 4,waHaewspiBajM5'ji(ai O il - 0 THE DURANT WEEKLY NIWS o &! iffift IRI rvinirewaa m : ft! slant nmmtmiimteix&ZZi n wBfWXffl ere ' M and be refreshed! - JR y M 1 Sip by sip here's pure M enjoyment cool com- fort a satisfied 'thirst I a contented palate. M k Demand the genuine by full name V Nicknames encourage substitution. M L. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY JV Whenever you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. Williams a Busy Man and in . Dead Earnest At this time when the recently war ring factions of Oklahoma Democra cy are woll nigh through with Inter seciue strife and tho dove of peace has assumed the aspect less like tho eaglo that , Herman once plucked from the ramparts of tho Rhino, It Is "well to glance about and noto tho character of tho militant jurist that liaa haan nlnnnrl nt tlin lianrl rf Vn u.w i m,i,nmnih;,i .u r.,:dom ot nominating Williams. "Wll- W.&..V VM.MUW...U MV Wfc VMW W Qod. Not th...

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. — 18 September 1914

-r. N THI DURANT WEEKLY NEW ft . V. j HHNii nii i bsssshmbm um mttnntmmmimimu ntaa iMsmiaiijr - - Our Opportunity and Start Xow lo prepare for tho Wnr's vuy uougias Aiaicoim, international If oVor America puts Us hand to tho plow in an effort to feed the "world It lias assumed that responsi bility now. WA slnco the harrowing lays following our own strifo In tho sixties have the. tillablo acres of tho country faced such a posslblo drain upon tholr bountlfutncss. Without evon dimly prophesying the duration of tho war now raging, wo aro al ready assured of the fact that next year this country will bo the store Jiouse of tho world. Evory farm- -owner, every tenant, and evory" share -worker will hnvo his part to play in fulfilling this great responsibility. No water how remote his residence ho '"Will hear Europe's call for beer,, bacon and bread, and on tho amount Jio has to sell will depend not only the satisfaction of having served his iellowment hut the additional sat isfaction of hav...

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. — 18 September 1914

vm3iv'mfmai, '""WVWiifW i V C !i ! TirE.DTJRANT WEEKLY! NKW8 7 .-fts .!- u tL FSWWJJTfeMt -rJtfjaV I r i. Y7. f 1. TVT il "who bnd $100 worth of assemble. lJUrant WeeKly iNeWS property during the seven yearVof . i , , Ilopubllcan administration would Official Paper of Bryait County have paid $4.64 and during the sov- ; y ' " ' " on years of Donioeratle admlnlstra- Publlshed Every Friday at 114 N. "on 'o would havo paid 51.25 state Third Avenue, Durant, Oklahoma, taxes. The voters .will obsorve'that . 1........ u10 Binto lax undor,Hho Dombcrntlc Mntored as Second' Class Mall Mat- rule la not a blc tax. There are n tor at the Peat dfflep at Duraif, great many cities Irtf 'the stato th'at UKianoma, unuor aci or uongrcss oi have levied ror cityt purposes more March 3rd, 1870. , Itaxea to carry on tho city Kovornmont ' for a year that thWBtate board has . M, EVANS., Editor and Publisher levied to carry, ort the state govorn " ' ,4 ' "" ment for sovon years. When sub TERMS OF , SUBSOMPTIO...

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. — 18 September 1914

o .u THE DURANT WMKLY NEWS f .J. ORDINANCE NO. (02. v (Contlnuod from pago 4 with 3-1 Cinch stool plates, to which nnr.li nnirln Irnn nr ton Iron nhnl lin riveted or bolted, by the uso of st llonnt. twn V. -Inrh holts nr rlvntt. All light la used In any building the, bolts' or rivets to have flat heads, tnhk3 and reservoirs ued In crnnoc- Baldr heads always to ba placed on tlon thorewlth shall bo located out- 6xtorlor side of booth and properly side of and threo.feot from, any open- countersunk. Into such uulldlug, and shall be qoVERING OP HOOT1I Sides boxed cO enclosed under lock and bottomt and top or booth and main key, and below the level of tho low- entrancedoor shall bo covored with oat pipe or the bu 1 ding used In con- hard a8bOBto3 boards of at least -nccuon with such UBhtlne apparatus.-' lnch thickness, or with stool or gal And It shall bo unlawful for any por- vanlz0(1 Bneet lron ot not i0S8 than son, firm, or corporation to tell prNo 20 U( s Cag0. Tho asbestos install an...

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. — 18 September 1914

n - t THB DURANT WEliJCLY KIWI C" o , Farm Notes of Interest to All i Ton Mllos on Farm Tho Day Itnnch In. Coleman county Texas, Is a" typical oxamp'le of how many of tho great ranches of tho Southwest are mooting the conditions Incident to tho higher cont of feeding by building silos. The wasteful mothod of grazing with nothing to supplement tho pbsturo did vqry Wo!l when tho lnnd was cheap, cattle In expensive and lnbo'r asmall item In -cnttlo production, but such' methods do not suffice now, when nil of tho ltoms are expensive. When It re quired man yncros to maintain an an imal It was necessary to have a large average. Now, thla Is very Inexpen sive bocause lands cost two or three tlriies as much as they did in those days. Tho Day Ranch contains about 40 thousand; acres of land; It" formerly contained about CO thousand acres and was used exclusively for graz ing. It has been cut up Into small farms and pastures and sold or rent ed to farmers who produce the gen oral crops grown ...

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. — 18 September 1914

,THE DURANT WEEKLY NEWS K Status of the Cotton Market (By Walter Pnrkor). Now Orleans, La., Sept. 17, The war Jrt Europe has progresses! far enough to devolop phason which con vince tho students of tho trade that the established system of internat ional commerce tho only Bjrstem tho business men of America have beett trained to work undof will not bo destroyed. In other1 words, tho far seeing men nro now convinced that tho Touton's Industrial system which In lata years has harrassed the Englishmen, Frenchmen and Amelr eana, the fear of which has boon a big factor In spreading the trade pes simism since tho War began, will .not gain domination ovor tho world busl ncss as a result, of tho war. This, of course, means' that such merit as thtr Teutonic system posses seg will prevail only through tho slow process of evolution In peaceful time and not suddenly by the might of arms. ; Tho effect Jdf this conviction im tho minds of the. cotton men cannot fall to ba felt In a bigger! and blgg...

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. — 18 September 1914

c li I) eason's Approved Styles in Suits, resses, Skirts, and Waists are Here Now s Every case, and counter, rack and shelf, in our Suit Department, is brimful of exceptional merit are being added daily to this splendid collection. We the new things for fall wear. Garments of ask your special notice to the following! r-4-f TheS EXTRA SPECIAL Brocaded Bilk pottlcoata, black and all the now fall colors, worth $1.25 special, only 98J CHILDREN'S HOSE The best by tost and every pair guar anteed. They cost no more but are hotter send to us for the best at only pair 25 Then a good one at only, 2 for 25 EXTRA SPECIAL To closo out Ladles' flno organdlo, Crepe and Vollo Waists, Long or short sleeves, from lots soiling up to S2.9G, special now, only, 08J SILK PETTICOATS Messnline, Jersey,, or Jersey Top, 81!k Pet ticoats, also Crepe do Chlno nnd Pussy Willow Taffeta at $1.05 and up to $5.95 BLANKETS Cotton and wollen blankets; preparo for that first norther now. We have a gre.it & complete...

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