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I'RIUAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922
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The TKtkant Wehklt News
HAPPY JACK .IFNCK'S
This Issue of the paper carries a
long display advertisement regaiding
Happy Jack Jcnek's Knfpknrtmnkn7
onening ho-p Tmmday nicrht. in their
uwu iiirKC icni on the old court house
ground at Third avenue and Evor-
Yean ago Jack Jrnck used to come
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iv one reason mere' - . .nv imvance man lor n
jilnnj iii the world is Miown mock company, and dur
e it is always time to ." visus no mnuc n wide ic-
, inorninK. oumntancc here, nnd h- therefore
i como to us with his own show, as
. is courting a Rirl hc'"e of the boy3 instead of as a
to Imve her out of his ' stranger.
,, lie's married to her a i He claims to have the greatest tent
! ju-t won't lot him got i isliow in America, and pics noti."fs
lit. nc nas received alter a week in town
lmnrnio mat there Is merit in his
agree to do this for a
an ugly Ho h.v his own largo tent, with his
own plant for the Feneration of jui'-o
for his own cloctiic lichts. ami nlsn
carries his own heating plant to make
the tent wnrm whnn iVm nir.Mc .,.
What is n syllabic, , chilly. He goes over the country in
between friends? h.H own fleet of motor tuick. and
therefore doesn't depend upon the
W!MiR P A MAIDEN. -late trains of this day and time.
I I. n tinlhmi -trtl . ...
Ills plan is to show eveiy night the
rest oi tins and nil or next week
I a k
for nothing for
give mother a
lint, mum, it's a shame to
husband's life Insurance
12 'i.. ..i tvrn.il
fcr eight jears an
tub) "I'll not
I've paid regular
I've had no luck
FIXE ART OF QUITTING.
.. ., ..rM ilnsnlses every kind of a
'miiept the orator, preacher
Snews r ad writer who knows how
Mr. Hoover having failed as a fuel
administrator, might turn the job
over to the public health service, so
that wo might arrange to get a lit
tle on a doctor's prescription.
Perkins Offers Standard Quality I
J. F. ROBERTS MAKES
HIS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR
SHERIFF BRYAN COUNTY.
IK". . l J1I,J
. i . ..... ia n hnnn nnn n nene-
sacn a uuinv --..
Ijttion to a weary world slopping
Iptr un veruuaiitf.
m.. thief took my watch, my
prs, my pocketbook; in short, ev-
"BUt 1 inouglH juu uuiiiu a iuou-
rfiwolver?" ,J ,w. ,..
1 do out ne uiun t iinu muti
"Mrs. Exe is a great stickler for
form and ceremony, isn't she?"
I should hay so. Why, that woman
mid init on dressing up to entar
ttin an idea."
One reason a fellow doesn't attract
BJch attention after he is dead is
the ad i-n't changed often enough on
to tombstone, opines Bill Spivens.
Smwns says one of the prom
inent cum that the country is suner
ir? from now is tough roast beef.
An erudite vouncr man has invented
inhnontmn. leports the Topeka Pink
Eac Hi' has placed mirrors at the
taer-pctinns where collisions arc like
ly, with the idea that a motorist may
fee a car mining irom tne siae street.
As a matter of fact, explains the Rag,
I desire to take this method of so
liciting the votes of all good citizens!
of Biyan county for sheriff at the
general election on November 7, 1922.
1 have been chosen by the Republican
nartv of this county, and not only a-
the motorist sees himself coming at peal to the Republicans, but to every
tin-elf and has a fit.
Wife (iust lctumed from movies)
Tie picture was wonderful all about
tyouns (imple who were macarooned
on a dc oi t island with nothing to
Huhliv- Why didn't they eat the
Ho who swells in prosperity will
itnr.k in adversity, snorts Bill Snivels.
voter who desires good government.
I have lived in Durant for the past
during which time my life
STOKE SWEET POTATOES.
(By V M K.lf.!, Professor of Horti-
ou'"nc. A. and M. College.)
The a i r il'c of s.vpt notatoes in
Oklahi.ii i his increased considerably,
ird win im yield probably will be
tajrm than last year, neverthe
less, in order to dispose of the crop
tube oh .nt,M"c, move modern stov
tfe biii i w ill bo needed. Plans and
spei-ifi, n'mns for the construction of
stir"" Ii.,i. ( have been prepared by
tie United S'atcs Department of Air
r.cal .. .n.i ,.-tn ,0 obtained by writ
jr for a copy of Farmers Bulletin
''i. "Sveet potato Storage."
The niinfinle of modem storage for
weet pnt.'itfics is to keep them warm
M dry The first ten to fifteen days
"tor placing the tubers in storage.
uie housC. t Kept at a temperature of
deem- F the ventilators being
fept ourn s0 t,at, excessive moisture
dncn off After being cured, the
toos will keep siic or sevon months.
After the firt iwn wiwln the tem-
Pjratnre is lowered and kept at about
m to .id degrees F.
atorage of the sweet potato on a
,IKe H'alt benefits both grower and
consumer. The grower is enabled to
kii'1 ni"lh 'anjer quantity nnd at a
i . flRU1'0' for th5 Period of con
Sim U extended five or six
raonti The price for storage hous-c
potatoes in the winter is considerably
?wr than the grower is able to re-
c at digging time. The quality of
has been an onen book. I farmed in
this county for ten years, worked f n
the Durant Nursery Company for
ome two years, and have been in the
furniture business here for the past
thirteen wars. I have never been a
candidate for any office, and really j
was not a candidate tor office at the
recent primary. Rood citizens and
niy personal friends prevailed on me
to make the lace, and I trust that mv
friends will give me not only their
votes, but their influence and support.
I cannot afford to spend all my tim
in this campaign, but 'hall attennt
to sec all the voters before the elec
tion. On account of finances and my
liusine s interests, I must pievail up
on my friend? to assist me with then
work and influence, and I am sure
they will make more votes for mo
than I could possibly make.
t iiiim lirvm n Ifenu i ican an mv
life. However, if I am elected slieriu
of Brvnn county, eveiy man will le-
ceivo the same treatment, and aiier
the election I promise you that poli
tics will not enter into any of my of
ficial duties. ... t
I believe in strict law enforcement,
and if elected will do all in my powvr
nnfnmn the laws of our state and
county. I solicit your vote on my
ability to fill the office, and if you be
lieve I will make a better sheriff than
my opponent, you should cast your
vote for me. I shall ro conduct my
self in office that no one will be
ashamed that they cast their vote for
Thanking those who have shown an
interest in my canuinacy, i ".
GOOD GRADE MUSLIN
Width, 30 inches
A reliable grade bleached Muslin, firmly
woven and of excellent finish. This cannot
be excelled for quality of value anywhcie
at this price 12'jc
SUPERIOR GRADE MUSLIN
Width, 3G inches
Blenched snow white, closely woven of fine
Cotton yarns and nicely finished. Very de
sirable for underwear, sheets, pillow cases,
STANDARD GRADE CAMBRIC
A pure white Cambric of Standard qual
ity. This is a serviceable material at
money saving value. Durable and suitable
wherever Cambric is used, yard 15c
BLEACHED CANTON FLANNEL
Width, about 2G inches
Full bleached Canton Flannel, firmly wov
en of selected cotton yarns, twill weave.
Fleeced on one side. Medium weight. For
It variety of household purposes, children's
garments, diapers, etc., yard 19c
Good weight Khaki Cloth, unusually well
woven of hard twisted yarns to insure ex
tra long wear. Twill weave. Splendid for
men's work garments and children's play
suits; yard 29c
A high grade bleached puro white Sheet.
Standard quality. We know you would
quickly purchase a supply if you could sec
the quality of these Sheets $1.45
Bleached seamless Sheets of superior value.
Long wearing qualities arc built into these
Sheets, and can be depended upon to give
satisfactory service. Pure white and laun
ders exceedingly well. Reasonably priced
llotatn imnrnvrq fhirinf
When nrnnnl I.n4- AH lt,A
frZ , i ?n "f suSar content increases
rom i to o per cent at d,Einc time
M and 0 ptT cent in janUary.
DR. W. M. K. CHATTLE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office 120 N. 3rd. Phone 401
House Phone 719-J
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USED CORONA IN SPLENDID CONDITION
WILL SELL CHEAP
. Now is your opportunity to secure one of ll'd' famous
'writers at a bargain. Call at the office nnd fee it
E. M. EVANS, Dealer
For nearlu a QUARTER OF A
CENTURY this organization has
supplied DRY GOODS to people of ,
this section. That is ? todau
"PERKINS KNOWS YOUR
NEEDS." If nou will compare
PERKINS QUALITY with the
MERCHANDISE and PRICES of
any retail organization, PERKINS
VALUES will speak for themselves.
Width about 26 inches
Unbleached Canton Flannel of medium
weight. Firm twill weave. Fleeced on one
side. Bleaches in washing. Has many uses,
such as for children's garments, diapers,
etc., yard 15c
WOOL MIXED BARGAIN BLANKET
At our especially low price these service
able, many purpose Blankets are a splendid
value. They contain about 15 per cent wool.
The dark mixod Gray makes them suitable
for camping, as well as house use. Will
withstand the roughest kind of wear and
make- excellent- automobile- robes. -A
COLOR SHIRTING MADRAS
The design is one of the very latest and one
you will bo pleased with. Woven of fine
quality yams. For ladies waists and chil
dren's wear as well as for men's shirts.
Any color wanted. Yard 29c
GOOD GRADE BROWN MUSLIN
Width, about Hi. Inches
Well woven Muslin of medium weight. Will
give good service. Hard to equal for value
at our low price. Yard -12c
Width, about 3d Inches
Unbleached Muslin, standnid quality, firm
ly woven of round, strong cotton threads.
One of our be-it values for the money,
yard . - - - L'c
HEAVY WEIGHT DURABLE WIDE
These wide Sheetings, both bleached and
unbleached, arc manufactured from the best
round thread Cotton yarns. Ale of good
weight nnd fine finish. Reasonably priced,
will wear and launder unusually well.
UNBLEACHED EXTRA WIDE
Will bleach white after a few washings and
retain its high grade appearance for a
longer time than can possibly be expected
at our low price; 81-inch wide Sheeting, a
yard . 2"e
BLEACHED WIDE SHEETING
For those who desire wide sheeting already
bleached a pure white. A good, substantial
weight at a price that cannot be duplicated.
81-inch bleached Sheeting, per yard 45c
90-inch bleached Sheeting, per yard 49c
POPULAR OUTING FLANNELS, 15C YD
Good, dependable quality Outing Flannel in
woven patterns similar to the 20c grade.
Light weight, yet good enough to givo the
desired warmth for the many purposes it is
used for. Will make up into desirable
nightgowns, pajamns, etc. Very moderate
ly priced. Yard 15c.
he Perkins Store
Rare Values in Coats, Dresses,
Suits and Hats. Perkins knows
the demands of the women of this
Here are the season's most popu
lar models in Coat Suits. Of these
models you will find in this store
displays of finest materials, supe
rior tailorings, highest quality lin
ings, in a variety of models and
autumn colors. Note the unusual
ly low prices. Let us show you
these wonderful values in COAT
S1C.8,-., S1B.7.-I, $21.7.-1, $29.75,
$31.7."), J-.TJ.7r and up.
In quantity lots. These DrcsscM are
all the producti of reliable makers
and in every voy measure up to
the Pel kins high stamlaid of qual
ity and workmanship. See these
$8.93, ?11h". 16.83, $29.75
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OUR IMMENSE BUYING POWER
MAKES POSSIBLE SUCH CLOTHING
VALUES THIS FALL
All Wool Casslmcre Suits $24.50.
This price smashing bargain is the result
of our being able to buy for cash when
the manufacturer needed the money and
was willing to racrificc all his profit.
Thee Suits are the latest Fall styles,
made of Herringbone All Wool Casi
mcre. Heavy weight for Fall or Winter
wear. Fine looking soft finish material.
All Wool Worsteds SI 1.83 and $16.85.
These All Wool Worsted Suits arc a big
seller at an unusually low price and we
are passing the savings on to our cus
tomers. The material is medium weight
Blue or Brown with strive of the same
HUNDREDS OP OTHER SUITS
CO. 75, po'sibly 123 new patterns that
you have not ecn before. Priced
$22.50, S2U.30 and $31.50.
ALL WOOL CASSIMERE. $1.95
Special valiie:i lil.u this are very
raie. All Wool Cassimere is very
f-crviceahle and is so tailored that
it will keep its shape and good np
pcarance. ALL WOOL CASSIMERE
With One or Two Pair of PantH,
Sizes, 7 to 17 years. State Size
An extra pair of pants mcars
twice as much wear at very little
additional cost, which is made up
by our very low price. The All
Wool Cassimere used in this suit
is a popular material.
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Economy and Style
PERKINS KNOWS voui.
NEEDS IN "SHOES"
Chocolate, Brown or Black
Ladies' Fancy Perforated
Lace Oxford, Center Design
in Toe, Rubber Tap Heel.
Black of Brown
Ladies' Military Heel I-acc
Oxford, Imt. Perforated Tip, Rubber Tap Heel.
Tan, Brown or Black 51.95, $5.95-I.adics' Military Heel Lace
Boot, Vamp and Tip Perfoi aliens, Rubber Tap Heel.
Three Comfort Low Shoe Stles, $2.95, $2.15. S2.23 I-idies' Black
Kid Plain Toe Oxfoul, Indies' Black One-Strap Sandal.
"PERKINS ALL LEATHER SHOES ARK BIHTER."
Foothhape Last, $3.13 and $2.93 Misses' and Childicns Gun Metal
Ijci Youths' and Little GenU Mahogany lllucher.
Poolshape Last, $2.15, $2.25 Childien's Brown or Black Button,
I'lioMiapc Last, $2.15, $1.95 Misses' and Children' Mahogany or
Black l-ice, Imitation Tip.
Babies' "I'irnt Step" Shoes," $1.00, $1.23-P.ilent, Chocolate or
White shown. AImi in Black Kid. No greater values in Shoes are
to be had.
PERKINS SHOES ARE GUARANTEED ALL
Tan, Pearl or Chocolate
$2.15 & $2.95
Men's outing or light-weight
work shoes suitable for work
Army Last, Welt Fastening
$4.95 to $6.95
Men's English toe styles in
different leathers and vari
Army Pattern, Mumon Army Last Men's chocolate or Tan blu
cher. Men's black kid, cushion insole, rubber heel, 3.13 and S3.95
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