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MAY. JANUARY 6, 1022
the DpbaW WsMty finws
How Uncle Sam Spends
Your Money in vonauci
ing Your Business
By EDWARD G. LOWRY
Nttiaflll OewnraeBrt Buiumm M.tbodi
LOSS IN TISHOMINGO
"coprrtf ht, Wt-n Nwilr Union
IAGNITUDE OF BILLIONS
l hiive hern tlinmlim IM' iiiriruimt-
.it at ur licnil elt ' J"" "r
It body else hu the rnmu'ti emm-p-
In nf what one billion iMllnrs reimy
We sprak fflinllliirly nf milling us
Diiininnnlnro. hut nn-t of in live
It lives- In term", of hundreds.
lime shown von thin every one
l . t.ll.l I., it. I j
us. man. wninim "'' " '-
imlry. ihiIii "'-' ienr '' "
vard the nuppit of the Koverniiieiit.
course, etery person iloe not pay
Lctly $."7 A ureut muii.v pay
and eme piiy less; nm innse
Tishomingo's largest business
building:, known as the Cox building
was destroyed by fire ,lait Friday
morning, with an estimated loss of
$in0,000, with no insurance. Cause of
the blaze is thought to have been
defective wiring since it started under
the flooring of the building.
In the building, which was of brick,
three stories high, were the Opera
house, Burton Brothers confectionery
and book store, and the T. .1. Boyd
shoe store. Insurance on the--e stocks
of merchandise covers the loss.
This is the second fire in Tisho
mingo's business district during the
week, several small frame buildings
having burned Tuesday with an esti
mated loss of $15,000.
Plans for the rebuilding of the Cox
building are now being made.
WORK A ITER THE HOLIDAYS
pay Hie most try to take It out
those who pay the lensi d uiuviii-
Three frisnos, two road plows,
three sets of doubletrees, one road
grader, which is not in possession of
court, and Defendant must answer on
or before, the 6th day of February,
1022, or said petition will be taken as
true and a judgment for said plaintiff
will be taken for $92.40 and cost and
sustaining the attachment, and pro
perty ordered sold, to satisfy said
CHARLES A. PHILLIPS,
Justice of the Peace
J. A. SHIRLEY,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
1st insertion December 23, 1U21
3th insertion January 20, 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMA.
COUNTY OF BRYAN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE
Steger Lumber Company, Plaintiff.
E. T. Clymer, ct als, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
LAND ON FORECLOSURE
Notice is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the office of the Court Clerk of
C. Frye for $233.11, with six per cent $403-62,. with ti per cent Interest
interest' thereon until paid from Jan-, thereon from July 7th, 1916, until
uary 29th., 1921, and the further sum paid, and the further sum of $59.51
of ?:i0.00 attorneys fees, and in fav as attorney fees, and costs accruing,
or of the intcrvenor, C. S. Pierce, foi I will on the 17th day of January,
$50305, with six per cent interest 1922, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P.
thereon from January 8th., 1921, until I M. of said day, at the front door of
paid, and the further sum of $50.00 I the Court House in the City of Du
nttorncy.s fees, and against the de-, rant, in said County and State, offer
fendants, E. T. Clymer and Mrs. E. T
Clymer, all obtained and made in the
District Court in and for Bryan Coun
ty, Oklahoma, on the 7th day of June
The Southeastern State Teachers
College resumed work Tuesday after
having dismissed on December 22
The faculty and students for the most
part spent the vacation period with 'the District Court in and for Bryan
their home folk and arc back tak- County, Oklahoma, on the 2nd dav
ing the work up with renewed encr- of December, 1921, in an action
gy so that it will not be but a .short wherein Steger Lumber Company, n
time until the studenti will have ' firm composed of J. T. Steger and
gained more, for having n short le- V .1 Stetrer. wn nlaintiff. nnH TC. T.
the prices of what they have toisjt than :t tuv u-j ,.ontinued Clvmer. .Mrs K. T. rivmor. Knit,.,.
I. or of serviie rendered r work wjthiut vacation The mind needs a land Lumber Sc foal Company, a cor-
iiirineu, mi nun a mrmM" "'I short rest occasionally xo that it poratiun, and II C. Five, were def en-
might concentrate more cloe1y. The dant.s, and C. S Pierce was interven
faeulty say that the students were or. directed to me, the undersigned
entitled to the holidays because there. Shot iff of Biyan County, Oklahoma,
has never been a more studioun.num-, commanding me to levy upon, adver
ber of students in Southeastern a tUe and sell, in the manner nrovid-
this year. ed by law for the sale of real estate
taken upon execution, the following
described real property, to-wit:
The V2 of SE1 of SE4 of NE4:
, East 342.3 feet of SW4 of SE4 of
A strong move has been inaugura-, NE4; East 342.5 feet of NW4 of NE4
ted by the various Farmers Union of SE4; 1.25 acres along the North
locals surrounding Hugo to start a t Line and side of E2 of SW4 of NE4
large canning factory in Hugo, to be of SE4, all in Section 29, Township
ready for operation, by next canning ' 1 South, Range 9 East of the Indian
season. Committee have been ap- Base and Meridian, in Biyan County,
pointed from each local to handle the Oklahoma, less a tract of ground
matter, and considerable of the stock conveyed by the said E T. Clymer to
FARMERS WILL ORGANIZE
A CANNING FACTORY
Some pu more limn meir
are, outers puj less, mm is lum-u
Incident of tuMitlun. The wlioie
Int Is ttvftt we nil puy; that we pay
v more than we ever paid before;
d there Is no present prospect of our
vine less for some years.
In this way we have all paid our
mre In the World war. The net cost
that enterprise to date has been
b4,100,000,000. or. Including our loang
foreign governments, which have
ot been repaid, $33,4.V.O0O,O00 These
re omelal treasury ngures. uo not
your eyes run over them lightly.
alrty-three billion four hundred Hiid
rty-flve million dollars Is an almost
Icomprehenslble sum. The cost of
unnlng the national government Is
iiw around $5,000,000,000 u year. The ( has already been subscribed, we are
Iperta say that for the next two or informed Hugo tree 1'ress.
nree years the cost of the government i
not descend below about $4,000,- i
for sale and sell to the highest bid
der for cash, the above described
property, or so much thereof as will
.satisfy the said judgment, with in-
iiizi, ior ino respective amount? i terest, attorney jees ana costs
above indicated, and costs accruing; ( Witness my hand this the 12 day of
I will, on the 24th day of January. December, A- D., 1921.
1922, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m. I RUEL TAYLOR,
of said date, at the front door of the Sheriff
Court House, in the City of Durant.l By Clyde Norman, Deputy.
Bryan County, Oklahoma, offer for Uttcrback & MacDonald,
sale, nnu sen to me nignest Diaaer , Attorneys
lor casn the property above acscriD
ed, or so much thereof as will satis
fy said judgments, with interest and
Witness my hand this the 22nd day
of December. A- D. 1921.
Sheriff of Bryan County, Oklahoma
By Clyde Norman, Deputy.
minor, and make final settlement
with your said ward not later, than
February 1st, 1922, and that if you
failed, neglected or refused to com
ply with said order, the County Judge
would proceed to settle your accounts
with said ward of February 1st, 1922.
Court Clerk, Bryan County Okl.
U.000 a year.
I wunt you clearly to understand the
lunenslty, the magnitude, the oer-
helmtnc sle of such sums. We
latter about billions nowaday with-
LEGAL NOTICES a
it In the least knowing what Is a ' 1st insertion Dee. 23, 1923
lllon. Let me try to brine It home ' 4th insertion Jan 13, 1921
you. It Is mm. roughly speaking. I No 174
E0 years smee the hlrth of Christ. ' STATE OK OKLAHOMA,
do not know precisely and neeii- i,,. ,
(ely at what hour and on what doy I BRYAN COUNTY.
vwis unin iiui uiliier liiu urp jjv, 'I'fiK .IUST1U. tJUUKl Uf BUY
ralomlai. accordlnc to whlrh AN COUNTY DIIRANT DIS-
now leckon time, we have a i TRIC.T. REFORE CHARLES A.
ford of the da.vs since .Innuory firt j PHILLIPS JUSTICE OF THE
the year one. Anno Domini. From I PFACF
beginning of the year one to Jan- i.:i omi,v. Plaintiff
R S Douthit and Geo. Rose, Defen
I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I State of Oklahoma, to R. S. Douthit:
! Take notice that you have been sued
in the above named court upon ac-
E J. James by deed recorded in the
office of the County Cleik of Bryan
County, Oklahoma, in Book, 150, page
214, described a follows- Beginning
1K8 feet West and I9" feet North of
the Southeast corner of the SW4 of
NEI of SKI of Section 29, Township
(i South, Range 9 East; theme North
150 feet; thence We-t 142 feet; thence
South 150 feet; thence East 142 feet
to the place of beginning, to satisfy
the judgment and decree of foreclos
ure in favor of the defendants,
Sutherland Lumber & Coal Company,
a corporation, on which there remains
unpaid the sum of $R99 Sr, with 'ten
per cent interest thereon from Sep
tember 3rd, 1921, until paid, and H
1st insertion Dec 1G, 1921
5th insertion Jan. 13, 1921
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF BRYAN. -IN
THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND
FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE.
Hnle-Halsell Company, a corporation,
J. E Shcllnutt and M. A. Shelnutt,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of sale issued out
of the office of the Court Clerk of
the District Court in and for Bryan
County, Oklahoma, on the 8th day of
December, 1921, in an action wherein
Hale-Halsell Company, a corporation,
was plaintiff, and J. E. Shelnutt and
M. A. Shelnutt, were defendants, di
rected to me, the undersigned Sher
iff of Bryan County, .Oklahoma, com1
manding me to levy upon and sell the
following described property, to-wit:
The SE4 of NW4 of NE4; and SW4
of NE4 of Section 13, Township 6
South, and Range 7 East, containing
50 acres, more of less, lying, situate
and being in Bryan County, Oklaho
ma, subject to a mortgage for $500.00
in favor of Edith Bell, agent of De
borah Bell, and a mortgage for $50.00,
in favor of Whale & Cox Company, to
satisfy a judgment and degree of
foreclosure in favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendants, obtain
ed and made in said Court on the 6th
day of June. 1921, for the sum of
1st insertion Dec 23, 1921
4th insertion Feb. 13, 1922
STATE OF OKLAHOMA,
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
Probate No. 180.
In the Matter of the guardianship of
Amanda Williams, minor, J. J. Kel-
To J. J. Kelley, guardian:
You are hereby notified that on the
14th day of December, 1921, the
County Judge of Bryan County, Ok
lahoma made an order in the above
entitled cause, commanding you to
file your final report as guardian of
the estate of Amanda Williams,
Heavy Cold? Chest
All Clogged Up?
DON'T let it get a ttart. Dr. King's
New Discovery will get riht
down to work, relict in,? the tight feeling
in the chest, quictin? the nicking
initgh, erntly stiniiilitin the bouvh.
Cms eliminating the tuM poisons.
Always reliable. Ju-t good medicine
nude to case colds ami coughs.
For fifty years a standard remedy.
All the family cm take it with beiplut
results. liases the i hildri-ti's croup.
No harmful drills. Ccnviiinng, heal
ing taste that tl.c kiddies like. At all
jurt-uius una. i,unens
Feci Badl? Rowds .Sluggish?
Haven't auv jvp' m , I. or .y.
You'to tonsiipited' The stimtliting
:iriirn of Dr Km",' l'"s brings Inctc
old im tncri?). All druggists, 25c.
D PROMPT! WON'T GU1PE
and Grain Drills
well as all other implements
i cheaper this year than but.
you need any thing in plow
ids, harness, wagons, or bug
is, it will pay you to see us
efore buying. WE HAVE GOT
THE GOODS AND WILL
MAKE THE PRICE.
Severance Hardware Co.
i Street Doroat, Oklokenui
ry 1, 1921, there elapsed about 701,
7 da.vs, or, to reduce It further,
.OT,408 hours, which being reduced
Bin. means 1,009,824,480 minutes.
I will ask you to remember that the
hole history of the modern world
m the first second of the yenr one
thB Inet eiivinil 1,a fun.. tnoA
... h . .,., u.,u w ,nt trut I4JV . Ann An J r Cl Al-
been compressed Into 1,009.824,480 ' "i?, OI , V y , ' i
ijuuus, uim lur aiiuiucya li'ea aim
cost, and attachment issued on goods
Now let us suppose that with the
ermlsslon of the Roman authorities ,
fte United States bad established a
lsburslni; ofllcer at Jerusalem on the
LrSt dav Of Hip vpnr Ana Tilth ImtMiA.
Jon's to1 pay out Sn a minute dav and '
light, Sundays and holidays Included,
pim uown inrougii tne centuries to
S'ew Tear's day, 1921.
Suppose he had been given $3,686,-
.tw to start him on his lonn anell
spending. That ti one estimate of ,
he sum that It cost to run this cov-
Irament In 1920. On the morning of
anuary 1, 1921. this mvthlcal dlihnnu
bg oftlcer. giving money away at the
fie or on a minute, would have spent
w w,w.ib,u, an(j wouir Rtm
one of the richest mn in tho
orld. for he would have lifr a
fnd $636,883,308 of the original sum.
pjinR out at the rate of $5 a minute
more tnan 1900 years, he would
have kept nace with th mat
peep of this government for the one
acie year 1B20.
Suppose this Imaginary government
ntier naa oeen authorized to pet
al tne rate of $23 a minute through
centuries. Be wani.i ni ha..
jlshed, on January 1, 1921, paying
r nre or tne cost of the World
ft by some $784,038,000. He would
mat much left ver aftr nnvtn
M $23.22S,C63.040. He would har. h .
Wing out nearly 40 cents everv see-
tne ciocit ticked for more thn ie,
Inturles without being able to di.
re our s&ar of the World war
Do you ever bother er head about
pee bushels and bushels of dollars
i jou contriDute to the sunDort of
pe government? Yon Mrni th,
on know whether they came easily or
uo you know where they g
they leive vou, how thev am
nt, whether wtoely or fnolUhi.v
' all your money, contributed for the
per nnn economic conduct of your
mere is bo iruch th nc aa
rnment money. The rovernmrat
r earned t cent
ou own the coTamtneni nnt wa
It and It la Biereir ndminiB.
d by men of yonr .ifstinn. r
alwnv heen putil d iiimin why
no not take an active and eager
' In what becomes of yoor
lev itiat vou mt In iiku.
lot's go oa a6 get dawn to
Money back without qutttlon
if HUNT'S OUARANTUED
SKIN DtSBASB RRMKDIES
(Hunt'tSalvr and Snap), (all In
the treatment ofttch, Krzuma,
Inl akin dlieaeea. Try lata
traatment at our rUk.
. L. tOMBIinvL'fl DRUG STORE I
DID PAIN DISTURB
THE pain and torture of rheu
matism can be quickly relieved
by an application of Sloan's
Liniment. It brings warmth, case and
comfort and lets you sleep soundly.
Always have a bottle handy and
apply when you feel the first twinge.
Jt penetrates without rubbing.
It's splendid to take the pain out of
tired, aching muscles, sprains and
strains, stiff joints, and tame backs.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
At all druggists 35c, 70c. $1.40.
Ride the INTERURBAN
Denison Sherman Dallas
and intermediate points
It takes you there
It brings you back
That I will be more economical during the new
year than I have in the past. I have been pay
ing too much for my dry goods, clothing, shoes,
etc., and after an investigation I find that there
Ik a store in Durant that carries the same grade
of these items, and at less money. They stand
behind everything they sell, and they treat their
customers right, for they have been here for
years and have built up a big business. Such a
I lay I will! Mother
said you could buy
I could carry 'em
home I I say I will
JolHI mvevknow hem delicious
Corn Flakes can be till you eat Kelloggh
Positively the most joyously good any-time-cereal any
man or woman or child ever put in their mouths! Such
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How you'll relish a generous bowl-filled-most-to-overflow-ing;
and a pitcher of milk or cream! And no restrictions
Never was such a set-out! Never did you get such a
-universal vote as there'll be for Kellogg's Corn Flakes! Big
folks and little folks will say "Kellogg's, please, mother!"
Leave it to their tastes and yours! Prove out all we say!
For, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are a revelation in flavor; a
revelation in all-the-time crispness! Kellogg's are never
tough or leathery or hard to eat! Insist upon
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the kind in the RED and GREEN package!
P.emember KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes
are made by the folks who gave you the
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