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Durant weekly news. (Durant, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory [Okla.]) 190?-1944, March 04, 1921, Image 5

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Plays A Big Part
In your dress accessories, for with
skirts as short as ever and slippers
cut lower, gives greater prominence
to foot wear.
One and two strap pumps, cut out
instep, Baby Louis and French heela
in Black, Brown and Grey Kid and
Suede leather for dress, and oxfords
with Cuban heels, in Black and
Brown Kid and calf, are popular for
street wear.
Prices are $6.50 to $14S5
Silk Hose to Match
in new pointex heels, both plain and
fancy lace or striped patterns $1.60
to $6j00
Can only be briefly mentioned in
the space we have, but perhaps no
department in our store is so busy,
Planning new Easter Frocks. All the
New Silks are on display as this is
National Silk week. Taffetas, Can
ton Crepes, Crepe de Chines, Geor
gettes, Pebelletts, Satins, Crepes,
Charmeuse, Pongees and the new
Sport Silks like Tallgho, Golf Crepe
etc., are all priced so temptingly our
patrons no longer hesitate.
Our Dress Making, Hemstitching,
Button Making, and big Trimming
Stocks makes it easy to plan and
make your new Spring garments.
Now that all question of style and fabric are authoritatively
settled for the Spring season, our patrons seem to enthusiastic
ally share with us the idea, that not for many seasons have we
had Wearing Apparel, Millinery, Piece Goods, Footwear and
Accessory styles so joyously typical of Spring.
Beauty of line and color appears everywhere. But most
gratifying of all there is an unmistakabls note of real economy
and prices are so reasonable that all -are agreebly surprised
New In Weave and Style
It has been many seasons since we have had
bo many new weaves and styles suited to the
Southwest, as Silks have the stage in smart
Frocks. Taffeta, Canton Crepes, Crepe de
Chine and Georgette come in order named
with a sprinkling of Sport Silks. Either the
admirer of tailored lines or the smart little
fluffy models with frills, sashes and embroid
ery may be pleased. All so reasonably priced
$18.50 to $65j00
Of the Moment
Were never shown in such generous variety
of style and fabric. The tailored suit, the box
coat suit, the rippled suit, the Bolero, the pan
eled Suit; Suits with vestees and large sashes,
with many tassels, fringes and ornaments are
all represented in our stocks, in Tricotine,
Escotine, Twill Cord, Men's wear Serge and
Small Checks in New Shades of Grey, Tan,
Navy and Black. Skirts are still short and
some scalloped. Sleeves and yokes in many
new ideas. Prices range from $19.85 to $119J0
Unusually Smart Suits at $27.50 to $57 M
of Individuality
because of the new Mandarin
and Dolman effects, with the
big cape collars, wrappy flar
id styles that are graceful
for all types and figures.
Mirny Sport Coats are un
llried, si ins the tailored,
iriDonii-h appearance and re
ducing prices to where e
.ire belling them from $12.50
juid Two Toned
tot Spring
for all Occasions for Street or
So practical, In the new SpOrt Wear
overblouso as well as diess Afp gowl )n
and tailored effects. The iiml ,,,., t with the
new styles and shades are inherit of t-o many Sport
too numerous to try to de. Coats anil JacketH, they're
scribe, but will suy we have wry mcess.iry and Impor-
them for all occasions of ,'inl- w,mI "heckH and
Sti ip s artistically plaited,
latest materials and Spiing ,,,, miIly Smrt snks aro
Shadus, $3.75, $4.50, $5.85, I -liottn. prlml ftom $4.sri
$7.50, $9.85, to - . 22.50 to KID.BII
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Kill anil Silk
from two ClaNt
to elbow length
You'll be charmed when you view
our splendid display of New Spring
Hats, where so many French and
leading American Styles are copied
so faithfully that few could tell
them from the very expensive and
much talked of originals.
Small hats of bright Cellophane
Batavia, Candy Cloth, in flower
and fruit trims, with the new elabor
ate veils have taken well.
Medium and larger shapes are fol
lowing, while the Tailored Sailor has
never been more popular. You'll
marvel at the moderate prices which
begin as low as $9.85 ranging up to
$12.50, $15.00, $18.00 and $22JS0
Tailored Sailors and Street Hats
$4.85 to $120
Exclusive agents, Knox, Rawak and
Regina Hats.
are so important to complete this
season costume.
Gloves, Hose, Bags. Veils Corsets,
Brassier and the wonderful neck
wear all play a wonderful part in
toning up your apparel. You'll need
these necessary little things and they
are here in latest ideas
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