Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 42, Ed. 1, Friday, October 17, 1919 Page: 2 of 20
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FltlUAY. Oct 1-
Fabrics for the Winter Sewing- Flaneletts Percales Pajama Checks Muslin and Ginghams Beding including Sheets
Pillow cases Comforts Spreads and Blankets. Materials for making Comfort-Bats and Silkolines. Lovely Naoerv
ror ine i aoie uctiiicisK imjjiins cuiu viuins. u nsscniDiea at opeciai rvaLes iur wciuuer
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I'i'i pieces di" peicale worth up lo : per ard for 20r
:in c per van I for -Or
Percale " yanl. II is a superior white percale with a
linen finish The width is full :! inches anil at H."e ;i
nrd is in iit'll below worth-
Id HIPS IIIAHMt CI.OTH $I.!S .
This is Dreamland llrand It is 21 inches wide and a
l.r.nn yards of gingham effect worth -'."ic per yard sel-
ling lor Lie
Ki:.MIti:H' OIM.'HAMS :lc VAItll
The width is 27 inches autumn plaid and fancies in a
v.m sii:n"L apuox chi:cks rie yauii.
Tin-re aie checks in all colors. The width is 27 inches-
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I'.h.e stripes and others full lit! indies wide and feather
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Kill I 'W inches witle. pure whim bleach at less than ml'l
(hash tow mm; :.( yauii.
This splendid pure crash tow ling unbleached heav
CAXTOX IIAM:I 2.1c VAIIII-
I Steadied or unhleaehed. ln.iv yiu:ility very servicable
:tt; inch sii.komm:. :sr. iti-
Soli silky (iiality in many lors and delightful pat terns
Outing at 2.".c per yard
'I l.e width i :? inches and there is a law varied of
neat and attractive patterns in light and dark colors
m.ri: ii:xim vm- yahii.
The width is :'.D inches- 'I his price is also below wha
the goods cost now at the mill.
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Ti'.e width is thirty inches
;ix;ham sim:ciai 2.i- yauii-
Tlie width is 27 inches plaids and stripes in largo var
iety-- Tlie valtt" here is nothing less than sensation'.!
cottox srrriM;s. :t!U yauii.
Winter suitings in heavy weight very like wooing in
appearance 'M indies wide.
im::cii cloth. :toc yauii.
It is :!i inches wide white of heavy weight and (.
light fully mercerized.
IHMITY SI'IICIAI.. 2.1r YAUII-
All white and cheeks of various sizes. Very special at
2;1e the yard
PA.IAMA CHICKS 2.1c YAUII-
The widtli is W inches of superior (juality .an unusual
value at 2:1 cents
srcciAi. octoiii:u puici-s ox
AM COM TO UTS AXII UI.AXKHTN.
lllnnkets from $2.00 per pair up.
Comforts from .$2.00 per pair up-
f omen's New Tailored
The nr iimii Suits emphasize their newness and distine-
litin 1'ich deet colors are favored such as caribou
taupe niadera. brown redwood. Kicnch and midnigh'
I )ii - nl blue
New Fall Coats
The leading materials are Shevrou. J'each I.looin .Serg
(labeidine. Tricot Suede all of which are in deep sofi
licit colors mannish tailored also novelty suit
trimmed $'"..1111 to ' $s.VIH
While the models are fuller than last season they still
adhere to long straight lines somewhat longer slightly
more tailored and close fitting at tlie waistline Itich
trimmings of embroidery and fur hands You will admin
I hem at $-f.un and up
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There's Gracefulness of Youth in
the Lines of the New Dresses
Krom the youthful neck ami sleeve designs to the verv
liem of 1 he skirt the new dresses for fall reveal simplicit
in its most delightful form.' You cannot see these aires
ses without realiling how much style and grace t lu 'ji
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New Silks and Satins
A regal richness characterizes all the new weave.- tip
are shown in many beautiful shades those for daytin.
wear including new taupe and chinchilla shader;. in
hl.tes. browns plums etc. favored shades for evening ( ir
including jad mauve thistle rose orange-
in two-it : eil evening shades.
For Suits Skirts and Coats
lieauti'"'i new wool materials are on display in our
dress ma'eiial department. These are new arrivals a"l
they show an unusual rieii splendor of the fabric-
Kxtra fine quality Krench Serge. Storm Serge. .Mannili
Serge. Wool I'oplin. wool (laberdine Velours- their rich-
ness of materials and colors will suit your preference-
?S"orAmoREp cloth ESDI'S
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Ml' V Main St
c.f'd heavy work shirts for
:. .(i heav union suits for men $l-2f to
(iood heavy union suits for hoys. 7"c to $1
Complete stock work shoes for men and bov's. Sl'.!i."i to7
The new Knglisli Danker juul straight last shoe for (Ire
in black and brown from $r0( to '1
A showing of suits and oven-oats for men and buys at
Shirts I'nderwear Ties. Hats. Hose. Collars (ilnvcs. ("a
Delts. Hose Supporters
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COUN The official cro re
port for Oklahoma Oct . 1st
jointl.N toda by the Cnited
Stales Deiartinent of Agricul-
ture and the Suite Hoard of
Agriculture and the State
Hoard of Agriculture shows a
--liulit iniprovement in the
'riiu'iii!- i-oiiilil ion ol' corn :i-;l
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the result of the tiniel.v rain
(luring the hitter part of Aug
ust ami in September. The con
diiiou of the crop was 7:'. per
cent ot normal compared with
71 percent la-t mouth. '' I pen
cent October I 1'ijs and :;.'
pe: r-mit Oi ! t i - '!'! . '
p'lorest condition v.a reort-
ed from the nintli and norih
'a-jt districts tb" best lnm
ihe south The lorccaM is lo"'
.1 yield of i7 r'7.n(io bu-heN
iiraliner' ' r e ''"nt" lril was
ii-iiluceil last yi a r In 11M7.
which was a good vear lor corn
ll'H.'.Miit.uiti) bushes were pro-
duced on an acreage about o'1-
tliird greatet than ibis vear's
CiU.MN SOUC.IH'.MS Dit-
to the reviving rains ditrinu
the month the sorghums con
(ititie to make satisfaetorv
growth and will iiroduce fair
to good crops of both grain
and forage Krom tlie eondi
lion figure of so per cent on
October I. it is estimated that
the yield will he SS. 201.000
bushels last vear's production
amicxci:mi:xt ahoi't ! im:titioxs auk ri'im.n
WAU UISK IXSI'UAXCK
Saturday night at the par-
sonage of Kev. Herman Jones
oeciired the marriage of Mr.
Vhas- Harbinson to Mrs. Klor-
nce Shelt)n ltev-.lones offi-
ciating. Moth parties live here.
The liurcau of War llisk In
Mirance wishes to emphiisi.e
the importance to service men
of one of the provisions of the
War llisk Insurance Act upon
the fulfillment of which may
depend the validity of their
claim to compensation under
i In Act
Tlie War llisk Insurance
Act provides that "No Cotnpeii
sat ion shall be payable lor
death or disability which doe-
"ot occur prior to or within
one ear after discharge o.-
ii'Mguatiou from tlie set vice
except that where after 1
medical examination mad -o'li'Miuui
to icgiilntions. at th
time of discharge or resigna-
tion from service or within
such reasonable tiiii" ihereaf
er not exceeding one .ear. a-
nisi lie allowed li. reguta 1
lions a certificate has been ob-
tained from the director to tl.
effect tluil Ihe injured pel'soi
at the time of his dischari
or resignation was sufferin.
from injur- likely to result In
dentil or disability '
Many dischiirged men are
not familiar with or are 11;
dined to disregard this pro-
vision of law ami are allowing
their rights thereunder to
IteqtU'Sl for the certificate
mentioned above should be
made to the Chief Medical Ad-
visor. Mureati of War Itisk lu
surance. Washington. D- C.
XOUMAI WIXS TWO (JAMI-S the Armstrong academy bunch
and won out by the score of 11'
Teams of the Normal school to 7 The game was well play-
won two football games last ed and doselv contested all
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iiitiiiili th.i null' mil- ii'ivicii1 1. 1 .
the last legislature greatly in- ir""' . . r- .. 11(wil "'' Wine the
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Secretary of Slate Morris
lias held sufficient the peti
tions lo refer to a vote of ties
When in need of first class
printing try our job depart
creasing the automobile tax. A
claim was made that the pi
titions were not sufficient and'
those opposing ihe referring of j
the question to a vole are ex-
pected to take the matter to I
the supreme court. The last
legislature slapped it to the an-
tomobilc titx. expecting the hi--;
road bond issue to carry and
thus furnishing a source of
fund. Hi retire the lioniN. an I
it is now ( laimed by ihe op
pononts of the bill that a- Me
road bonds failed the new liw'
is not needed. i
Mil. I. NOT CAM.
sri:n vi. si:ssio
One day we hear Unit the
Coventor is about to call -i '
special session of the legisla-
ture anil the next day we at
told that he is not His l;r-
cst stand taken after his t-
turn to the capital last week
from a trip to eastern Oklaho-
ma was that lie would not call
the extra session lor the pur-
pose of ratifying woman suf-
frage lie says that if he ilai
call the session he would lie in
duly hound to ask tor cert im
appropriations so he will not
call it at all
Meantime. Senator (lore ad-
vises the element that is so an-
xious about the immediate rati-
fication of suffrage that they
may initiate a bill and have i
voted on by the people at the
August 1020 primary.
Mr Vaughn went it) against School of Agriculture team or
Tislioiniiiirn ami well l)Y
score of 'M to n. The visit
tit no time had a rliaiuMir
The weather was iiulem-
aud the attendance wa
for both games.
Head the News si 00 yer wa
3 Days and Nights Starting
Monday Oct. C
Chas. A. Wortham's Worlds
m:sT i.au;i:st choickst oitiioou cauxival oim;aximin
.100 i'i:oi'in 20 shows
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Evans, E. M. Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 42, Ed. 1, Friday, October 17, 1919, newspaper, October 17, 1919; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82857/m1/2/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.