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..MIKAKV 3, 1922
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NITIIO t;i,YCi:iti.NB BXl'LODM
Terrific Kxpln Inn South of Healdton
Sunday l Stil' Unexplained
A tenifie expln i; of an oil com
pany' nitroglycerine- plant south of
Healdton, OI;Ial.nri, occurred just
before one o'clock Sunday afternoon,
as a result of v.-h'ch the' bodies of
two men, Ohrl- Vandell and Hardy
Offlohy. weie 1 1 crally blown to
pieces, anil wlmlnv panes in all hous
es for uiiie ill iucc around were
broken mid -h:it .'led. Large trees
near the scene ve'o uprooted by the
force of the bin J
A finger hpiiriirr a ring gnown as
Ogcl!-hy': vh f 'ind, but no rem
nant of Vandell body was found-
NunieroiK ot'. r people were
slightly hint fcy flying gragments
for the oxplod'i'i
Several hur.dml quarts of nitro
glycerine cxplodul. The cause is undetermined.
The Alethi.il. t
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third with IMil
I attendance last
1,223 n low mark.
.cad with 310, The
I with 207 and the
. in fir.-t place, ran
JAMBS to." DAULTON
Father time han clipped another
link from the chain now fast short
ening to the ring bolt, and James
B. Daulton has passed from earth.
His death brings sorrow to Matoy
community and his old home in
Texas and Mississippi with whose
people he was intimately identified
and with whom he was a favorite.
In his life there was much of winter
as there is in the liven of most of
us, but he squared himself to the
blast, knowing there would come at
the corner a turn into light and
warmth under peaceful skies and
we feel that he sleeps well and that
God cares for his soul.1
- His death was so sudden and un
expected as to be a complete shock
to the community.
His cheerful, helpful life; his de
votion to his wife and family and
kindness to everybody will long lin
ger as a fragrant memory in his
home which his presence brightened
DR. W. M. K. CnATTLE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office over Kimbriel'a Drug Stora
Associated with Drs. Colwick &
Colwick, Memorial Hospital,
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nlar 're lip agaiiKl
,'h 'oce of a telephone.
k th? hime. the onicc ana me
I...LM..ni ull ventilated. Persons
Iu . nm in eooil health, the very
Irtiing ami 'lie elderly should be pro-
luted from being chilled or wet-
Dr" sweeping of platforms and
. ninr-M. and the shaking of
L in public places are dangerous.
llar.y diseases are spread in this
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So far us possiDie avoid Decom-
wh the hands Deiore eating, ana
Iratronize only such restaurants as
Those win) are ill and show symp
toms suggesting an attack of in
fluenza, pneumonia, or other miec
tioui diseases, should go promptly
;o ueu ini- precaution aione irc-
lucntlv will shorten thu attack and
irevent dangerous complications.
1 PPQSI1-S GUAtRANJTEHP"
;, l GOOD TIME TO START
Allt RIFLES BANNED
Jlavnr P. P. Bowles and Chief
Keirsev hau- issued an edit against
hoys shouting air rifles promiscuous-
av over 'Up ciiy- so many windows
have been broken that they were
forced tn take this drastic action
Beam 'he children. All boys
tauc'u !ig will be arrested
Right now is a splendid time to commence
loal thrift. Nothing can be better than a
Savings Account pay you interest your
money works for Bryan County and there
lore helps us all.
Put your dollars to work for you they
have great earning powers.
"A Dollar Saved 1b
One Dollar Earned"
THE BANK THAT -
FRIENDLY SERVICE BUILT C
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f . o. b. Detroit.
and which death k mn tit. .wt
has been made and will remain with
us as a lasting treasure. His life
was gentle. In his heart of hearts he
carried those he loved and his hand
was never weary, his step never
failed in caring for and ministering
to those who were in nnv wv tann.
dent upon hire. The writer always
ieu Deiter oy being m his presence
and greeted by his familiar "Good
morning, good morning."
Mr. Daulton was 61 years of age
he leaves a wife and nine children.
We extend our sympathies to the
widow and children and other mem-
beta of the family In their bereav
menb A friend.
ON BUYING EXPEDITION
1 W M Whitaker, head of WhiU-
kera department store, with some of
his departmental heads, is in the east
WHEN YOU THINK OF
FARM LOANS THINK OF
FRANK H. WHITE
buying merchandise for the stora.
fet. in named eyes i
JgKL and oyelidB are
VPr the result ot
strain on the accommoda
tion. Let us grind a lense tb
correct your eye troubles.
210 V. Main St. . Durant
Effective January 27, the price of the famous Fordson
Tractor was reduced to $395.00 f . o. b. the factory, Detroit,
Michigan. This is the lowest price at which Fordson Tractors
have ever sold, and is considerably less than half the price in
At this price there is no reason why every farmer in Bryan
county should not own a Fordson tractor.
Bear in mind that a Fordson costs no more than three good
mules, yet will do the work of eight mules, and doesn't eat un
less it works and doesn't balk, kick and run away.
If interested in a Fordson, we can give you a demonstra
tion anywhere at any time.
Webb Motor Co,
Authorized Ford and Fordson Sales and Service
SEaVWE THAT SATISFIES
Fifth & Main Phone 230 Durant, Okla.
I, or deputy, will be at the following precincts on the date
specified for the purpose of assessing taxes for the year 1922;
under the law all tax payers are required to meet the assessor
at the voting precinct and render his or her taxable property.
DURANT Feb. 1st to 25th
ALLISON Feb. 2nd.
BUSHNELL Feb. 4th.
STAR Feb. 8th.
GOODMAN Feb. 10th.
COLBERT Feb. 13th-14th.
ACHILLE Feb. 17th-18th.
KEMP Feb. 22nd-23rd.
SMITH-LEE Feb. 27th.
WADE Feb. 28th.
UTICA March 3rd-4th.
JACKSON March 7th.
PLATTER March 9th-10th.
CADE March 13th.
PRITCHARD March 16th.
PLEASANT HILL Mar. 17.
KENEFIC Mar. 20th-21st.
JCALERA Mar. 22nd, 23rd,
ROBERTA Feb. 1st.
PIRTLE Feb 3rd.
SILO Feb. 7th.
SHANNON Feb. 9th.
SEELY Feb. 11th.
MULBERRY Feb. 15th.
YARNABY Feb. 20th-21st.
HENDRIX Feb. 24th.
BOKCHITO Feb. 27, 28th,
March 1st and 2nd.
ALBANY Mar lst-2nd.
LAKE WEST Mar. 6th.
BENNINGTON Mar. 7th to
CADDO Mar. 13th to 18th
MATOY Mar. 14th.
BANTY Mar. 15th.
ARMSTRONG Mar. 18th.
BLUE Mar. 20th-21st.
MEAD Mar. 23rd-24th.
After the last above date the books will be held open at my
office in the City of Durant, for twenty days for the benefit of
any tax payer who was unable to meet the assessor at his voting
precinct. After which time the penalty will be added.
Witness my hand at my office in the City of Durant, Bryan
County, State of Oklahoma, this the 21st day of January, 1922.
TV w.fc..:r3:.-22ff:r By SAM BRONAUGH, Deputy.
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