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rnlPAV. NOV. 10. 1822
Tv. 11)11 QUARANTINE l,h il' CERTAIN PATIENTS O l t.- w Mii-I 1' Quarantines. iw V Th-' fllif" urn1' and " ' H. Lewis, State Health t'oinmissioner.) iirinR nt the present time, in parts of the state, quite a f cases of Diphtheria ajid Icwr. I deem it advisable to i, a information on the rules , turns of quarantine in such In aar. ' k ci si In .iiit Fever, ciuarantinc must lined until the complete re- l the patient, including the of any discharge from nr throat, and this shall fuil to in writing by the lo- unity health officer. the disease terminates in He ilt.itli, or recovery, or the the utiin i removed to other quarters, iuar.'ii'tnu.' may be released, unless '. . -.. ...lint ittflrlvAn nn llin nvuvi eri' "rl "" vl " i"." -es uhii have not had the disease, in ubiib i-e the quarantine shall be lontinued for ten days after the Jesth. u-covery, or removal of pa; lent. In Diphtheria, the period of quar-tntim- shall be determined by re lease cultures and the following rules iall be rigidly observed. 1. Cultures for release shall be laVcn ly attending physician, from loth no-e and throat of patient, not less than two hours following the ap plication of an antiseptic solution to fce nove or throat, when such treat ment lias been given. 2. No culture for release shall be Ulen until five days after the disap pearance of all membrane or inflama Hon of the nose or throat. 3. Second or subsequent cultures rfiall he taken within twenty-four kours of the proceeding culture. 4. Quarantine shall not be releas ed until two consecutive negative report-, on cultures have been re ortcd to attending physician. Quarantine in any case of Scar let Fever, Diphtheria, or other con-tagiou-i disease, shall under no cir emstancc be released until the in fected person and premises have been popt-rly disinfected according to the rales and regulations of the State loard of Health. BODY OF DAI1E FOUND IN MAN'S AUDOMINAL CAVITY Thf? fnltntviflfF Itnm fn ll.n Tt-11.. Oklahoman was sent from Spring field, Mass., by the Universal News oervice. Medical authorities are amazed over thn iltinvnrv Kntiivfln.. ..r male Infnnt in the abdominal cavity l oiiuiKiieiu man on wnom an au topsy was conducted by Dr. Carl A. Schullandur. The man died a natural death at 0(1 yeais of age. His childien are all normal. Doctor Shullander believes the em lnyonic body has existed in the man since birth. He says n probable freak nf nntllln rnmintml tu.S. .aII. TUnn twin cells, instead of being normal or mined tncrotnnr 1iL-a Vt UlnMnnA twins, formed so that at birth one cell was enclosed within the other. ine man went through life never HUKiiecLinir nt wnQ nnnnmin K..Ah frnnlr inpirlnnf lina .,... l.nnn .f...lt- aful in thn lt.i a -...! .; vum.u . vi.t iiiaku.- ui iiiuueni meai- cuiu. BY NOW WE KNOW WHOSE GUESS WAS RIGHT MANY KILLED AND INJURED IN OIL FIELD CYCLONE A ryclona cominit from the north east wreaked havoc in the oil fields near Drumright early Saturday even ing. The storm formed at the north cat after a cloudy and windy day and bnrely missed the town. In the lielil, hundreds of workers' homes were demolished, other hundreds of derricks demolished, storage tanks destroyed and other set on fire, at least six tieonlc killed nnil between fifty and one-hundred more or less seriously injured. The same day a cyclone did great damage in a lot of places in South eastern Colorado. Klllink nt least two people nt Rockford and injuring n score more. THE DPRANT WEHELT NRgtt THHEE OFFICERS OF EDUCATION ASSOCIATION SELECTED 8I.AYKH OF BROTHER IS CHANTED BOND OF $20,000 Alv.i R Bowen of Oklahoma City who recently shot and killed his own krothrr W. C. Bowen as the latter mliphteil from an Oklahoma City ; train in the custody of an officer toi mmmt charges there, has been rrantul b.iil of $20,000. Bowen al k?R(N that his brother had been a troulile maker and had been intimate n-ith hi- Alva's recently divorced wif- hen killed the dead man was Icinp ii tinned on a warrai.t charging tt.i: 1 1 had failed to support his own l"t id wife and his child as nro-tul- ' in a court older. The killing en it l a -entation nil over the State. Ti'i -'inr is a representative of a we! ki"iuti typesetting machino com pv ..-ii i known in Durant. Tmt. Knturftnv'a nmiAftn. no n who would be elected Governor were as follows: Ed Semans, democratic chairman, claims state for entire democratic ticket, including eight congressmen, by from 50,000 to 100,000. A. C. Alexander, republican chair man, claims state for Fields by 30. 000. By now, of course, we know who guessed nearest the outcome, all of which goes to show that nftcr all, predicting the outcome of an election is me ranicesi guess worK. TRAIN ROBBERS KILLED Officers got wind of a coming train robbery near Wittenberg. Mo., last Friday and laid in wait. Dlrectlv the robbers came along with the locomo tive of the train they had robbed and stopped and alighted at a water tank, when the officers opened fire, killing two of the three and capturing the third robber. The dead men proved to be John Kennedy and Harvey Lo gan, both notorious outlaws and wanted on many warrants for arrest. The prisoner was Bill Debob, wanted almost as badly as the two others. TOMATOES IN NOVEMBER .lohn Crawford, local enrden fan. delivered to the News office the other day two very fine lnree red nno to matocs, gathered the same morning in his own garden. John grows lots of things in his fall garden, which seems to do better than does the spring garden. They can be seen growing in his garden any day until about frost time, when John will null up the vines nfid put them in his cel lar where the green tomatoes will ripen and keep a long while, he says. The English seem to be as fond of politics as the Irish are of fighting. Hurint? the lnt rinv nf tli.. tht-on. day session of the Oklahoma Educa tion Association's district riinvnntlnn here last Saturday, officers for thc ensuing year were elected as follows:. President. F. A. Ramsev. sunprin- tendent of the schools nt Madill; Vice, rresltfetit, airs. Uernice Pendleton Bell, Southeastern State Teachers College; P. E. Ijiird of the Southeas tern State Teacher' Colleee was re elected for the sixth successive time as hecrctiuytreasurcr of the asso ciation. Executive committee ns follows: (5. C. Anderson, superintendent of the scnoois at iiuworth; J. T. Kecd, coun ty superintendent, Choctaw county; (ieo. Coffman, principal Central Ward School, Ardmore. GERMANY WANTS TIME The German Government hns made a proposal which her bankers claim will stnbilirc the mark and rebuild not only German but nil European economic conditions. The proposal is either for a five year moratorium on the further pnyment of indemni ties to the allies, or the granting of n loan for that or longer period to Germany by other powers. WORK ON BASS HOME Work on the new home of Amos K. Ba-8 on West Main street is now un der way, and when completed Mr, Itass expects to hiiw one uf the fln- v t resnlencv in the city, if not la thin section of the State Plans are nid to call for u xtrudiire entirely different frem any thing eNr in thtH city. BALDWIN PIANOS and MANUALO PLAYERS D. CROSBY, Agent 36 West Main At this writing King Constantinc of Greece seems to bo the most promis ing candidate for election to that pop ular European order, the Society of Down and Out Monarchs. Durant Meat Market Highest Market Price Paid for Cattle and Hogs A. W. MASON, Prop. Ill So. Second Durant SPECIAL TO THE FARMERS AND LABORERS We have our store open until 8 o'clock at night. This will give the laboring people a chance to buy groceries af ter they quit work, and will give the farmers who stay in Durant during the night a chance to do their trading so as to be ready to start home early next morning. Corno in and we will always give, you some special prices. TUNKS GROCERY CO. 88 West Main St. Phone 257 TH WIvM.IVING PROCLAMATION In .liiuid'incc with ctetnblUh cus tom i'r. ..iil.mt TTnntinrw t.nu :..i..l r Mini and public proclamation' ft' ling Thursday, November 30, 'Ih.i' I, giving dny. The president's imni.ipi.ition calls upon all people, Jo ri ruler thanks thnt day for the fc.i mg nrcoidcd them bv the Al-, iiuht.v Governors of States follow! the i'HMilential pronouncement with' imilai ones to their own constitu-, tiM Sw V'M3i r I z. J vr . U .TK IV V Ol rtv5S.vy I 'XLV .'.'I i. ? VI..' l.-i WHEN YOUR SHOES ARE IN BAD SHAPE SEE US SAVE THE COST OF A NEW PAIR. WORK MAILED TO US WILL BE SENT BACK BY RETURN OF MAIL. TRY THIS SERVICE. Carroll's Shoe Store Repair Department A Specialized Presentation and Sale of TAILORED PRACTICAL DRESSES and Misses "MARKETS STEADIER" Pick np if yon will any financial paper, or turn to the Markets Section of any paper, and what is the business tone Cotton steady and higher, stocks steady, grain steady sounds good don't it it is good. Everything points to the fact that conditions everywhere arc easing up. In New York City one big Express Company, until re cently employed only a nominal number of men to handle the routine and today they are forced to increase this same force, work shifts at times, and work Sunday's, and are still behind with shipping. This is just one example of bow things are picking up. The facta a they are, make any man, be his work what t may, happy at tho outlook. .. tv. 3LS'W" i! fBittJc5iJfr''JU" f i jt Vrik.1 for Women f-i s Alii) wv "7 "si rdr r$ 111 & AIM e YXIMWj nF-ir iwill.brjultrim. juill.iii.it ilkcl ffim'74 V',U I IV,Ks1 fC- '',1" J(l 'IwOftli l,!,:J's,,k BlrJ,r I".'"' I rimmed. W" 1 W t SIP lH7 S( At Only ill ( fijHl W A I I g L & J I ll lift fil '; nvt ulm mKlmh. II IV V a SIlSll American polrct 1EI ti Mm "R iff I alVll twill, pleated N 'LJS' Mm Tkm UL&r 9 1 il 111 ctcpc-oc-chine a xi BU bMw ji Ms 9 vlila'i LvVr lm EM "'iiiiiir M Sk ft H92 tt ( am Iw anHUl X EJm ffci dkvr JJ I American p.iirct twill, c.isiadc effect, braided. American poiret twill, i'lTtinn vehit ifimnicJ. 1308 Twillliafkvelvct circular effect, black and ailvct girdle. Produced in Velvet and PoiretTwill. Magnificent styles and Dom-" inatin Values. A Dress Event to be Remembered for Always. J A Bewildering Variety Excellent Quality. The Acme of the Seasons most Correct Styles, all at one $ -i C .75 Price, so row as to be Extraordinary, at only i.-? Our R. C. U. Collective Buying Power Makes This Sale Possible 6 Dresses Only Illustrated of the many Smart Models on sale. But they bespeak a note nf elegance arid charm that shows the careful selection and earnest effort of our New York Office Buying Connection, who are constantly striving to reach a new level of excel lence, regardless of the moderate price we are able to offer not only these Dresses but all merchandise purchased for us. See them. Compare them. But come early they will not last long V This is hut one of our many big Coat, Suit and Dress values. See others to full appreciate them W" OURANT. OKLA. --fr I Watch Our Windows Our Millinery, Foot- irvto , (How tiutl Under let ur DcpurlinvnlH can show you hinriliur val ues In the latest styles.