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,AV. MARCH 3. 1922
,v Dl KANT SATURDAY
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I,,.- r -(hw)ls In County
ihol Touchers' Club
,nt linil mot Intcr-
.f itiittK nu'i'titiK Satur-
..lli'co onft'tcria. Con-
itnlitiun of the ronds
hi r the attendance was
. nif more than twenty
.1 iour.-e of study was
, , M-hool of the county.
,,itit; the work of all
i the county.
me of the seventh and
mies of Htudy was
I adopted with slijht
The object in this is, to
Jie handling of these
hat promotion to high
f more uniform.
iIil'Ii School has been or
al li interest in rural school
.ten developed and the or-
ivlnle a Hicjh School Club
interested in the general
advantages of all the Bry-
boys and girls. So high
.vrofct arisen that the Club
mittee working on -a pro-
ilucation to be carried to
during March, the first
Mtint 1 1 nitr held Tuseday. March
th a. . p. m at uaae, rnicnara,
nd h. .fK On Thursday, March
th ft' " "' !' '" meetings will be
e;j 'i. Mead, and Blue. The
waki hee meetings are men oi
jpcr.i" nd will bring a message
Mil, m.iit ine pudiic is coraiauy
".vitod wio t'tnerally requested to
ttend I 'i subject oi inese meei-
gv i- ' li worm rniie.
Dati- other meetings wil) be
irintdl i.. u The last meeting oi
,r. ill be held March, guth,
t ttl.i' i i" th" m'w scho9l build
g at . ..on.-ulidatcu district will
e doil. iu
MUCH INTEREST SHOWN
IN PAY UP WEEK HERE
K Some WILL Pay Up, Others CAN
No movement lopally has attract
ed no great attention as has the much
advertised "Pay Up" week, which is
now drawing to a close For March 1
to March 7 is "Pay Up Week."
Kverything has been sort of stag
nant commercially there being little if
anything doing in uny line. All
signs point to silver linings behind the
clouds, and the most conservative
ones believe that ONR good crop will
brine thimrs arouml until nil .t,
, -vvill work and all who woik may live
imui in wnicn win and may have
been rather difficult for lots of us the
Folks who have not made a stmlv nf
( business economics perhaps do not
fully realize just how big a business
i revival can be started by the putting
u a nuie rusty money into circu
lation. A certain man put a ten
dollar bill into circulation here last
week. He paid it on a grocery bill,
and pinned to it a piece of paper on
which everyone who handled the bill
that day make a note of it. The
man paid the ten on his grocery bill,
the groccryman gave it with other
bills to the jobber to pay an invoice,
the jobber deposited it in a bank, the
bank paid it out to a laborer on a
check, the laborer, paid jt on HIS
grocery bill, this groccryman paid it
to a clerk, the clerk paid it to a but
cher, the butcher gave it out in change
and it reached another bank the same
day. In one day that ten-dollar bill
paid $90 worth of debts. Others will
And that is the idea in pay up
week. If all of us will do our best
to pay our debts this week, those
THB DPMAm WEEKLY NRWft
we can pay can then pay, and they
can pay, and the others can pay, and
in the cycle we may get our money
back into our own hands In payment
of a debt owed us. fc
TELEPHONE HEARING FRIDAY
The hearing before the Corporation
Commission on requested extensions
of telephone service here, was argued
before the Commission last Friday.
The city was represented by John A.
MacDonald. and the Chamber of Com
merce by Chas. B. Cochran. The
Commission took tfie matter under
A debt you owe to your good np
penrance Read the "Pay Up ' Suit
ad on last page.
8 CANDIDATES 8
.ii thinks "The sky is
uKinatod one day when
.ml mined at the same
Read the "Pay Up Suit ad on back
page of this paper.
Pay Up" don't forget
the "Pay Up" ad on
WHEN YOU THINK QF
FARM LOANS THINK OF
FRANK H. WHITE
This newspaper is authorized to an
nounce the following named citizens
as candidates for Democratic nomi
nation for jublic office, subject to the
action of the voters of Bryan County,
Oklahoma, at the Primary election to
be held Tuesday, August 1, 1922.
The charge for announcements is
$15.00, invariably cash in advance,
which includes insertion in both the
Durant Weekly News and the Satur
day Morning Advertiser, each week
until Primary day. Announcements
are not accepted for either of tha
above papers alone.
J. Lee Cunningham (Reelection)
FOR COUNTY CLERK
Earl Word, (Second Term)
Ruel Taylor, (Second Term).'
FOR JUDGE. Fifth Judicial District
George S. March.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
Lonnic Glenn, (Reelection)
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
Lacy Grimes, (reelection).
Oklahoman8"We Are Here"
Apologies to General Pershing.
When ours Truly was a lad,
as most of you doubtless know, I
lived back In the forks of the
creek. Cleveland was President.
Henry Ford was a janitor In a
blacksmith shop. Years before
the Cow, 'the Hog and the Hen
went out of stvle.
In those days everybody had u
good living at home and some
money on hand, but cotton went
up to nine cents, Henry begun to
turn out them pesky "gas bug
gies" and folks went wild as bats.
We had no time to look after
the Sow and pigs, no time to juice
the Cows, in fact, setting a Hen
llcrnmi' (II, p nf ihn Inat nrta olnna
only the youngsters, but the Paw's and Maws' as well got Into the habit of crank
up "Lizzie," driving down to the village every evening about dusk to talk about
Stocks with the neighbors, and incidently to get an ice cream cone, and an all-sucker.
Hut you know the old saying; "absence makes the heart grow fonder" and once
again Mesdames Cow, Sow and Hen have come into their own to faithfully serve a
poorer but wiser constituancy.
Individual deposits are being swelled in our local banks today from "Hog
money." Buckets, boxeB and tubs are coming to town filled with eggs and going back
filled with sugar and coffee. Many families will make this next crop off "old Jersey
and the Heifers."
Since our Cream Station opened last October 20th we have shipped to market
0,746 lbs. butter-fat, for which we have paid our patrons $3,180.27 in cash. We
have sold 20 DeLaval Separators. If you have as many as four or five cows, ask or
drop a Post Card for a DeLaval Book, interesting reading.
You will always find this store interested in the upbuilding of Bryan County. In
fact our store has become a permanent fixture, known perhaps by every man, wom
an and child in the county. We will keep the faith, we will guard well the trust and
confidents, you have placed in us.
This is one store where 16 ounces will always be a pound and 4 pecltB a bushel.
A store where one-price is made to all alike. Where no special favors are "boot
legged," but all receive courteous, painstaking attention.
Call around to our Prune Shop on North Second Avenue. Trade with the grocer
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FERINGS THAT DEFY YOUR DOLLAR ATTENTION
Over the Perkins Big Piece
1 .ifier bolt of new Spring . Percales in pretty new
S '! , patterns iu Polka Dots, Stripes, neat little figures and
s" - .it per yard 10c
'I iiniisands of yards of good regular width dress Ginghams
"' "(! quality solids, stripes, wide band patterns, plaids of
I'M r inscription; little small checks and the new block pat
terns per yard 15c
1 ii i width good heavy pretty fancy art tickings in dozens
"' pr'tt new designs at the yard 19c and 25c
i'x! heavy number 240 Blue Denim the kind to make
'ho p.od union overall Fast and will not fade, the yd 19c
Kiln- quality Dimities in small medium and large checks,
"'if wird 10c
S'i-mch White Pajama Checks in large and small plaids
and shocks, per yard , 19c
i Original and adopted nurses cloth in pretty White and
Hni finish at inr vjiiyI 2n
finish at per yard
Odod quality Nainsook in pretty snow white finish and
"Ko Knight's Standard Longcloth a yard 19c
'-'Hid Cotton Plaids in dozens of good washable fast pat
tt n,.. theyard ;. 10c
'u,,,ut 20 bolts of neat light stripes and pretty checks also
tte and cream and standard outing Plannell to close out
s '''rl for $1.00
U"le Muslin Good as Wheat Gold Bond and Gold Medal
1 wir-hed Domestic, the yard 15c
inch heavy Bleaching in A-l quality at the yard 12'ic
' ho heavy 36-inch Brown Domestic full count, strong
fcnr,,,,u (jUaiity( per yard 12y2C
ich Brown Domestic, a very special good quality
' ' r'' ns price per yard 10c
Its iiom in the Perkins Ilif: Komly-to-Wenr IJepiirlnicnl ifl D.1,C Cl.n ft.rAM U CA.lL
that you only find such values as these in White, Flesh and ifte I CFKinS OlOrGS )GY tlie 0011111-
Pink Muslin Garments.
It certainly is a pleasure lo spend a leu moments u till
ing around from aisle to aisle and from table to table pick
ing up this and (bat garment mid looking; them over.
See the fine quality The rich pureness of the bleaehiiif;
quality, and the most attract he features are the prices.
Table of Beautiful Gowns well made, beautifully laced and
edging trimmed, at each only - Sfce
Big Counter Silk Camisoles, a featured- $1.50 garment in
beautiful flesh and pink garment of good quality silk at
each . . .. 98c
Big table of Bust Confiners. all sizes. 32. 34, 30 and up to
52 in both flesh and white at each . . 25c, 39c and Ihe
One long table about 30 feet of a large assortment of
Gowns, Teddies, Camisoles. Brassiere and Combination Mus
A table assortment worth our while at this particular
time, if you would buy the above Muslin' garments under
priced Choice of this table each garment 9Sc
One lot of Muslin Gowns and Teddies. Flesh or White
Good quality at only each ISc
One lot of Ladles' Gowns, Teddies and Muslin Garments
usually sold to $1.00 a garment now choice each 79c
SPECIAL. Just received pretty shipment of Silk Crepe
de Chine Teddies usually sold to $3.50. each garment, but
Perkins price now only, each
west Lead in These Times of
Economy Practice We
Make the Prices
Good grade Romper Cloth in the little neat stripes tor
making Kiddy's clothes at the yard only . . 25c
Good grade 10-4 Bleached wide and Heavy Bed Sheeting,
the yard only 44c
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sT-. Z & 5S mml
27-inch Indian Head, 33-inch Indian Head and 3G-inch
Indian Head all in the genuine Indian Mills Grade, the yard
only 19c, 25c and 29c
Large size 24x48 inch bathroom mats in half dozen new
bright patterns, each only $1.!19
Two vards wide pretty designs fine quality table linen, the
yard '. H9c
64-inch new pretty design good quality table Linen, per
yard only "
A Perkins special is this 60-inch Table Damask in new
Floral designs, pretty white per yard 59e
36-inch Westmoreland Beautiful Cretonnes in the new
Spring replacement patterns at per yard 25c
Good wide pretty rich patterns Cretonnes and Draperios
the yard only 39c
Persian design Drapperies and Hamilton Twill Cretones in
beautiful new patterns only the yard 15c and 19c
Only Perkins sell this large heavy fine finiBh snow white
bleached Turkish Towel at only each 34 'ic
Large size Huck Towels, generally sold for 45c, 50c, and
59c a pair, at each 17'c and 19'ic
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COM R'A, NY
Durante Largest Deoartment Store UW znf 9 r Pay Cash-Pay As You Go-Trade Here-Save
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