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The Durant Weekly News
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0. 1923
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Bam jliSufjBfcWi i "
If-"
n:oM pikti.k
niiueis aie up with
,. king until it opens
will begin
, harvest
I. mity. I
1 was well attended!
nguig. T'1L" 1'irtK Hint;-1
,nproving. i
, Mdridge and son Y.
u afternoon with sister
ITEMS FI.OM ITU
(.r.uidnin Sanders lame in 1'ioni
Greenville Mondaj..
Mr. and Miss. Oscar Hush anied
fitim Duncan Wednesday tci visit.
Mr. Don Km id and Miss Artie
Yynn weie manied Sunday at Deni
son. Miss1 Ksie Lewis of Yuba was heie
i Satin day.
' J. It. Hush, (Taicnce Sandeis and
lii
in
c.n,l.
I Jf I
Mr-
1 Gladys W riir.it weie shonninir in Dii-
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p -.. .. i.i : ... i li ii i m:.... at.-ii:.. if...i: -4
.ij, lIllOOU, U UIK iUIC WUJ, 11. If. mill 4,ilS- ..l.lllll- .Hill nil !ll'l!l
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,, tv , ( J tiaity OUlll UU11IK XIIIV. HIV IWI Villi Willi V. J. .ilUlllll itllU
l plia Culpepper anu sister lumtiy ni rime.
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IGfltrUil' I'tiliueci cue Miiyin c" " ' Ji.nmm.tv ii-i-i'ieii cue news
,,,, ,, t tic a Sunday. Thursday that his brother Cody who
ds i:'i l reeman oi vnue is.nas uccn wry sick, is some lienor.
iil . "it i f a . -... r ,. w i lit. it
I dint i tew days wun ner sisieri .irs. n. u. unzanui anu son wnne
,L ('.,,,11 .returned to their home in the Kio
ei,.. l.n iv isancr umcu wun .hiss, uraiitie vaucy accomuunicci iiy .ma.
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Ifjty (. i Minuny. n. n. vuiiruiiiu.
Mr. anil Mrs. ,nm uusseu anu iam-; .i. u. incKnian was neie irom uu
lirof Ma'iA spent Sunday with Mrs.i rant .Saturday.
1, W. A. Carrel's sister anr her hus-
Mi-- I Vail Hayes is sunering irom unnu en uenison aie visiung mm mis
.'eiori' wound after burning her fin- week.
r recently. ! Tnt" "'nping convention was oyen-
5Ii- Kninia Mcliin dined withed by the plesident J. Sam Wripht
jlrs. Iiira Decker Sunday. followed with prayer by Brother Kim-
Jeucl! Williams is sick this week. ' sey of Uray. Three sonps by the
Mr ard .Mis. Walter Hayes and president, two sonjjs by C. H. As
uchui were shopping in Durant kins , two sours by W. II. Yeats, one
Sitardjc i fr'MK '' the president .after
Mr. and .Mrs. .M. ii. J'olstun and
Hi-s IMna (iibson made a business
Begin
Fall Buying
Your
Now-WhyWAlT?
Thin big Durant store is ready to supplu iour needs in EVERYTHING from SHOES and HOSE to CLOTHING.
HATS and CAPS for men, women and children. The freat PERKINS organization brings to your very door all
that is PRACTICAL and DEPENDABLE at prices that are lower than in many seasons. This fall the tremendous
BUYING POWER of this big RETAIL INSTITUTION demonstrates itself more forcibly than ever before and d
; I. , ;..f.4. ,.- ,.vn.-n .!.. .m.7.i inniimtrt inrliflrliml in this section to make a thoroufih imestinaliori of
S PERKINS MERCHANDISE and PERKINS PRICES before making purchases otBR'GOOmtCLOTttlhG,
8 SHOES or kindred lines. This PERKINS STORE can reveal to you many real BUlIhG AD ANT AGES right
ffti thia tSmn Tim c'ni-a ia ,,ii-ii,iM mi'Mi inprnhnniHai of everu descrintioit nJfi iff urge Hull to inspect this stock
Imp to l'ur.mt s-auirciay.
Mr- buttle Hudson is on the
Ij.ttl.i week.
Mr
sick
h: i:
i Mi-. W. M. Lindley and
nupping m Durant Satin -
-Ii- .1 1!. Cio-s and fani
pi nt Sunday heie with
V,
V
ii
l
I uit and Din ltounie of
th C. 1". Rose Sunday.
1. N. I'attei-on spi-nt
Iii.-ti-r liyiiiKotii at
in
Niidiew Cov and
.iic iitmtr line.
.i 'of. ISintber Tucker
.tuiday niirht, Sunday
clit. i.veryone conie.
by the president .after whuh
dinner was spread. Thanks offering
was said by J. V. Turner. Afternoon
proRram was as follows: two sours
by pipsidcnt, two sonRS by C. II. A
kill"., miaitette uiranired by W. II.
Yeats, two sours by Mrs. Paul liar
ville, (iiaitette auanRcd by the
pie-ident, two MiliR- by W. II. Yeat-,
two siniR-. by Utica class, quartettu
by ('. II. A-kins, one- -one by Kffie
J"i,s and U-Mida I'lli-, two sour- b.
the lltle class lead by I Io.mI I. Hi
solo by piesident, two soiirs by D.
W. Tinkelt. .1. Sam Wimbt w.i- n -
eleitid president by uiiaiiiinu -te.
II. W. T.ul.ett was elected lieauui
lie niiaiiiiiius Mile. Unliell.l asked l"l
the I'eNt iniiMiition whiih mM be tin
Miuiid Siiund.i.v in December, ("on i
veiitmii vas iln-niisscd with piaei b
W. II. Yeats.
vflmrittri
of merchandise which represents the largest stock ever crowded into this big store. This ad. is prepared so as to
give you first hand information as to the completeness of this store's stocks at this time. I isit us!
Get the Best at a Saving
Select your Fall Ready-to-Wear
at PERKINS
The very utmost in STYLE, QUALITY and
VALUE is revealed in the PERKINS dis
plays of Fall Ready-to-wear, for Ladies,
Misses and Children. All the newer style
ideas, all the new materials. Garments se
lected from the greatest market centers in
the world, all assembled into great groups
and ready for yopr inspection. The PER
KINS POPULAR PRICED line of COATS.
SUITS and DRESSES reveals a "NEW"
value in Ready-to-Wear.
GOATS COAT SUITS SILK DRESSES-WOOL DRESSES
$14.85, $16.85, $19.75, $24.75
$29.75,. $34.75 and up
In addition to the above line of prices we
feature displays of Coats, Suits ,& Dresses
priced as high as $7!).50. These will be ot
special interest to every woman demanding
the very best.
ll.nM i:ch tiKOVK
i' l iin . Myitle Lane anil
'Ii ' siivnt Sunday eeniiiR
i" ' I .lay.
1 i nlils and son Iliiue vis-
' I i " !' nr Kenefick Kiiday
l.i
Mi I'ete Moiehead called
Lane Sunday evening.
I ,
tin ( i aw foul, a student of
i itcd home falks from
M'tntiR until Tuesday
V
n Jl
M 1
0 1' i
satj ,1
Wiitmic
fieii..i .mil Keybeiry Oiawfoid
iwtiil ( Uecland Newberry Sunday
ftt'lnnht
Mr- ( i. ie foul of Durant visited
Mr sim I i, 'ink Sunday.
Mi ,in. Mi-. Stanley Vouch and
Mm II.i'li. Msited Mrs. O'Dell Sun-
" i i Ii was the Rllesl of his
dawjrh'ii ,. Vlv, Calloway Sun-
Jl' mil Mis. .. c. Kennedy and
taunt, i. Olrtha and Mr. and Mrs.
r" Kill i sipnt Sunday with .Mr. and
Mr- nht f Denison, Texas. Mr.
in,l Mi (Men are from Alkansas,
v"itmR . K.u.n'i, father. .1. C.
ftpr.nniv
''A l!l KldUnllll
his ,,k
IIDMS nuiM CADK
Mr. and Mr. licit l.inde'.v came
in Satin day limn Koswell. N. M
when- they h.ie been for Mr. I.ind
sey's health.
Mis- N.ua Duty spent Sunday
with Mi-. Deitha Delhel.
The V. Ii. M. S. met Sunday after
noon . They had a Rood ciowd and
two -iiew members..
Miss Noia Duty spent Tuesday
with Ml-. 15. V. Caldwell.
Klbeit liethel made ji business tiip
to Wolf City. Tesas, the latter pint
of the week.
Mr. and Mis. .lim Halloway. Mr.
and Mis. II. V. Caldwell visited Sun
d.iv at W. M. Duty's.
u.. t..eni... U visitintr his son at
Aidmoie.
Mis. Inez. Koss and ehildien spent
Smiiliiv with Misses Uuelah and Mary
Scott.
Theie will be church Saturday
niRht and Sunday at eleven and on
Sunday evening. Hev. Kicker.sons
legular appointment. Kveiyone is in
vited to attend.
1
i- on the sick list
IKMS I'KOM SII.O
.w.i,i,.:j, tin. .-mall daiiRliter of
J'r .iii Mis. C. 1). I'aiish is ill with
'VPhlMll f. u...
Sihool was not ery well
Sunday on account of the
iilii'i.
H. Young and ilnuchtcr
-ited Mrs. Huth Young of
iii'laj
W i -t snenl Atnnilnv nicrht
' ne llreece.
Tucker filled his regular
JriLj
WtlllliT
M, .
Mjit .
Marr
Eil 1 1.
-ith
lil'.tl,
r'P(u'
f'shi
,
McK I
Mi
r..
11 i
"A
M
'"tit at Rim View Saturday
' I Sunday.
Rlad to report that Mrs.
' i- slowly improving.
Seawrighv was a liusi
1 in Durant Saturday,
''"ver and family spent Sun
' I' N'. Taylor and family.
i" i son and daughter Velnia
'1'ing in Durant Satmday.
i'l'ind Jefferson and child-
iting in Silo Saturday.
e was in Mead Monday.
' d I.uke Kpperson weie in
lay.
1 f Tie tit Terrell wa t"
' eil by fno Sunday aftei-
ITEMS IKOM 1MMTC1IAKD
lohn Simmons and family returned
Thursday tiom a visit at Cooper,
Teas.
Vesta Faulkner of HenniiiRotn is
visiting VioU Miller this week.
Mrs S. K. Timbeilake and Mrs.
Dob ('air left 1'iiday for their home
after wsiting Mi-. T. D. Pearce for
seM'ial das. .
Miss Viola Miller gave her friends
a singing Saturday night in honor ot
Miss Vestie Faulkner.
S .1. .lonhson and family loft Sun
day for Muskogee to make their fu
ture home.
Th.. s..hool will begin October .".
-in...,- ifnbv and Fay Cain spent
Sunday withVeatt and Jewel Sim
moils.
Mr. and Mrs. l" ''uU'
i,,tl. Ilui'hes fiolll
in.... --.. .. I,.....,,,
Willi i. ' i
R
v
'
Kl
r.
X
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It
K'
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anil Miss
llokchito spent
i
i
Sunday evening
and family.
ii. ..r i: . Ciiiffin
Neoma'l'cuue wv.ein llokchito Sun
clav eeiiiliR
.,..ii .1 Hull ISrnviliiiK s-l''n
.. .'.... hi wHb lb'S leigusi.n
Mllulilii, "if-
near Unlit y
Mi. I" A H.imilt"11 .i
i ...
( ..i'iI.i Mlllli'i.'.
and wife and
-h..pi.iiRj rf
HI
M- '
ter and
Sund,i
...i l:, .uU i mi
Mi-. Iji- l-"
,, ,, M,. Jam I!
!'J
nent last week with
i.i-i
, - . i
Ualk'-i
at
LESS!
Ladies' Shoes Men's and Boys' Shoes
XwJ1 ' ' ' (
THE BEST THAT MONEY WILL BUY
Oxfords and Pumps
All the new novelties in Fall Oxfords ami Fun.,- a.e .eady for
vuui selection. Patents, kids and calf skin, now and high heels.
tp lUn Pun.,, and a M,,,t ..f Oxf J JJ-
fioni
High Top Shoes
Dozens of different styles in l-ad.es' High Top Shoe-, in all wanted
,oHar leathers and lasts. Shoes that a.e gu.u... ,tc. p. e J-.-ther,
featured in a pti.e lange at fioni "'
Service Shoes
,.i l.-uliLs" Seiill-Diess anil M'IMee -.lines
ii.. r..n4itwi n triit.it still k
of the most dependable ihm.ut.-i-. All lcathc.. peifect
., 1,1.. ,-Mn of ni-i. e lieginwng at sl!.4- ai'd up to
siiiii-- ii .. ,',f, p.- ,
fitting
S3. IS
Men's Fine Dress Shoes
No lletter Millie can be iibt.-iini ii in Men's High Oia.Ie Dn-ss Shoes.
Straight. I.iirHsIi and Swim: lasts, in kids ami e.ilfs, blink and
blown, all wanted sies .mil popular widths. I '.wry p.iir guaran
teed all leather. Pi iced $.V.i.r., $li.C.. PM t s',-s
Men's Popular Priced Shoes
I.wiy wanted last and leathei will be found in the vaiiety of styles
making up the Pel kins '..pular Piited Line of Men's Shoes foil-all.
We offer the gu-at.-st allies we have eei lit ell able to pi.
sent in this line of shoes. I'ne.d fioni ?U.4.r. up to S.'.ll
Ini-liidi.l aie many numbers in snappy looking Soik Shoes
Work Shoes
Spinal attention is callid to the Pel kins hue of Win I. Shots fi
M., Thi- line .onsi-ts of niilv all leather iiiiinlieis iniiil .-for th"
baldest of wear, featured m heavy and medium weight
all eomfoi table lasts, pined from ?2.l."i up to
it In I -.
Sl.'ll
Better Shoes For Boys and Girls
f lfew
r
"S. '
Boys' Shoes
, Me.es of the most dependable kind AM
-. , i ..ii.l,-,.,,,- .loti b e soles, riie-i
atll-r. Himoiee-u - .
...ii ..,-. iii-tiillie irivi- lie-iie.t .-
Wk.,,..l. M-lll 111 I- 1L I "-- ..
r... turn .mil u'liu'M'nt tnt vciy
mi ... Shiifs for work
$1.95 up to $:i.95
utmost in
and ill ess at
value
Our Boys' Leader
Investigate our big Fall Sp. -1 m Hoy. '-' ""
.?..,. ,..,1 .Iress war: here i, posit.M-l ih. Rteatest
oinaiu'ii -i.-i.ivv
value on the maiket toda i a dcpe.dable sh-e
.es run ?U.1". the large i " ' run to
'?rA7 Shoes for Boys and
Girls are belter made shoes for
Boijs and Girls. '
SEE THESE SHOES
Our Girls' Leader
(.hi-' nnd IiiR Misses' .M-iiii-Dies
lasts aie beuiR fcatui.d in al .
The smaller mcs run. !' I1""
These shoe- ew "i" " " '""', '
value-.
f',r boj
Smull
s:i.4.-.
Shots in popular lentil, is and
al a special pin. foi this full.
S.M.V, the largei sles to ,l.l-
;,- w.- off" I them as unmiiU hnlii"
sl
iieviii STOItl. now H'lcatcc
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Deliveries over $-..(M. (adv.)
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