The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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The Duke Times
IIUKK fAOtttftW UMMTV. OKLAHOMA.. llflfNftllAY
•». tVld. No. ««
Do people jut bmy their Gre-
ceriee ud Hardware at darby
bros. cash store?
Or is there a reason ?
Just ask people who trado
there. Tkey know.
A squire deal every day in
We Wish to Thank Our Patrons
For the liberal patronage and many kind-
nesses extended to us during the present
We (Wish each of yor. a merry Chri s tmas, a
happy ::ew Year ,&na that the year 1916 may
ibring you many blessings.'
Dascomb-Dan'eis Lumber Co.
E!mre O. Hinkle, - Manager.
the peoples store
Has j«at received a large shipment of Dry Goods
and Holiday Goods which they are going to sell
at the lowest prices ever was known before
BIC REDUCTIONS ON MOW.
SPECIAL#: On La-lioi Hull**. Drrea (iooria and Gentlemen'o Kuriiiahiugs.
We aluo#!** our eurto»«rH g<»o«l fn-e premhiin* of 28 p|m*N of ftilvMrware or n
R«it cf Diahe* collating of 7 pieceg. oh" l'ljUnr* mH ti l'jjto* with every pur-
chase of $t:> worth of Itry <i«M>d* or nuythiuK in our line.
We will save you money by trading
with us. Come and give us a trial.
Don't Forget the Place and the Free Premiums.
the peoples store
& c. ROSE
A Ml, Make (fee Heel
1 FARM LOANS
DUKE. . . UKLA
Don't t > gel Bat* Jo % u - t
photographer who dee* high elae
£•/, if f it r. to feo<«o en
w© have a good supply «»f poet.
BoieD'arc at 18 oente, ales mal*
berry at 10 oeote. v »•*> Oalo and
Mack wire. Would like U> show
e<1 rou through.
Daecomb* Daniel© Lumber Co.
A Real Opportunity In Blankets
Following our policy of offering to customers only
the best thing obtainable in each Hr.o of merchandise,
we have a surprise in store for those who do not know
the remarkable warmth and strength to be secured in
these low priced blankets.
Though all cotton they
have a deep, soft nap that
isn't spoiled by wear and washing. Just the thing for
the children as they won't tear out easily. Men like
them as they're light and very warm.
We have them in plain colors and plaids with bor-
ders. No skimping on length—full sizes for all sized
beds. All weights and colors.
Be aure to see them here this week
C .D. FEARS
THEOUALin DRY GOODS STORE
SAVE 40% on Tires
i. Bar Direct From • ! "
MECCA TIRE CO.
Sava Ooatrfl «m Juab-
To demonstrate the superior aua!-
ity of Mecce fjupreme Quality '
tires and tubes we have decided to
give the Automobile Owner the
Benefit of distributers -profit.
Stop to consider what this —
40 Per Cent Saving on the biggest car
Our Guarantee.— Wc will accept your order for Mecca "supreme quality"
tires and tubes with the distinct understanding that after you have received
and examined them, you are not more than pleased and satisfied — you can
return same to us and we will immediately send you bock the original pur-
chase price together with all the express charges incurred.
Yob are to be the judge—we take nil tha risk.
The man who uses the tire is THE BEST ADVERTISER—we have the
quality— that 19 why we can sell them under such liberal conditions. Exam-
ine our prices. A trial is all we ask.
Before the had weather starts
it you need to repair -your barn
I or need new onee w© have a good
-uppip of clioup ooxin , and
would be glai to show you at
*25 00 a thousa id. Co >a and
Daeeomb-Daniels Lumber Co.
The bad weather is Jeomingj il
I you need coat we have McAlester
lump at $8 50 per ton, aisu Nig-
g*rhead nut at !s7 50 per ton. Sio
| don't forget it.
Daacouib-Daniels Lumber Co.
28 X 3
32 x 3
20 X 3}
30 X 3}*..
31 X 34
32 X 3}*. .
34 x 31*..
86 X 3}
80 X 4
31 X 4
82 x 4 *. .
33 X 4 *..
84 X 4
39 X 4 *. .
S 0.50 S 7 05
84 x 44+...
35 X 4HC,..
38 X 44*...
ar x 44+...
85 x 5 ...
M x n *
37 X 5 *...
20.75 j 23.5©
in ordering tires be dure to state whether Clincher type
All el see marked with a star (*)ca» be had both in either straight side or Clincher
type, atlee without star can be furnished in Clincher type only.
•MECCA TIRE COMPANY
MECCA BUILDING, 1200-1208 Michigan Are, CHICAGO. U. & A.
»wn Through the
Have Seer th«
vants af M»n.
Miss Dora bmith, who has
oevju viei lug relat 8 at Alius
the past ten aays, reterned home
flrobttoea you a4fclr. 'v ° pr:r
graeeftrt creatures that •• •«
p-re« of your house, or i:
across you? yard, but ii!d you
think what a f»ctor tv»y i.avp h**.*
lhe history of *he * otid?
day evoning. Mra. Patrictt hid; pige<jDa. es c '..onplara s.« ;
been to Hol'ia to viai har mother, j *rpaar. nre obRr-ictera of soii.u-
Mrs. O. L. Aatrici and Utile
j gui whj liva ac Fort Worth, ar-
rived here to visit frienid Sun.
By mutual agreement, J. D.
Farley and myself have diaaolv-
ed partnerebip in the blaokemitb
bueeinesi. I bare puchased the
ehop of A. L. Perry between the
depot ani town, where I will eon-
tinue to do all kinds of biaek*
ornithinic and weod work, and
will appreciate a share of your
patronage. ^E. F. Putman.
Lost—A gold bar pin witb a
diamond in center, reward if re<
Mis* /Catherine S'afford.
To Cure Children's
Kee 1 child dry, clothe com-
fortable, avoid expesere and give
Dr. Ball's P me-Tar-Honey. It
is pleasant, eo th ng, antieeptic,
raises phlegm ai d redueea in-
fl immHtioc. Th>' firetdeee aiv^s
relief, continu-d treatment with
proper care will avoid aerioue
illnes.i or a long cold. Don't
delay treatment. Don't let your
shild suffer. Get a b >r ~ today.
Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Tai-
Honey. 25?. t Diu^gist. Ad^t
f .■ r\% FS !fJ Jf.
•he Hoysehold ?:■re. We h««ar of ■:
sKpn fu,<- wnfsrii of th«" dslujto
On ajjjunt of the edk;r H*v- ^ f» e of the >f.rth vhea thr .<
,, . . ; ful dove flew from (tie hand nf N a
ing J. dpell of I a £ri pps tbid vaok, ,.yturiied to bar master, beaiir.a
an J Ilia la-ty, liia Ti nej ij con- I the significant oilra braroh Dove >•
si ierably late tats ii^ae The1 Angl^iMop n.w; otgaoa. fH,
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paper is not wnat wa have liked Dur,na th, ^ Bgypt,mn 0/na«:j
it to beeii, but it is the bast we 1.000 years before Christ, it was <r«
could Jo a idar4cir2una3!:inji
Subscribe for the DUKE TIMES, $
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j Liven Up Your Torpid Liver.
To keep your liver aeclye use
M Dr. King's New Life Piils. They
: ir.sure goed digestion, relieve
[. cf>:i^tipation, and tons up the
' whole system—keep your eye
clear ana your skin frash and
healthy looking. Only 25c. at
i your Druggist. A Ivt.
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Walker, T. V. The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1916, newspaper, January 6, 1916; Duke, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc403543/m1/1/: accessed September 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.