Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 17, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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yt.nl) AY. SEPT. 17? 1921
illll li "l HMUIKIH-K KS-
iill-IIMI'Vr OK CREAMERY.
JVlll-M' BAIBY COUNTRY
to pncouraglng dairy
aim Bcnle in Ilryan
1 1 1 1 meeting was held
r of Commerco Tues-
tho ninttcr of pro-
i in rieamery hero. C.
I Miry Specialist from
iIIi-b". was present and
y matters to tho moot-
way pointed out that
the Stato is ndmir-
r dairying In that wo
mis abundance of time
.1 m's and abundance
1 in that all kinds of
lini'ss Is raised hero
.itfst of ease.
I out that there is un
ii. ind for Hitch milk as
im'iI heio and that the
itsii-thousand fine milch
i .iilly marketed with a
hi tho farmers.
thH W. M. Jenson of
Ice Cream Company
' facilities are already
'( for tho speedy and
.nketing of the product
ingested that It were
establish a large plant
l.iii li.it if sufficient people
ot I" ' i"'ii Interested It would
Wit. i iinvlnc nronosltinn tn
Lt :. i k and butter fat through
fte.v li- several land owners
I i!.iin ''ii present and all were
lii-l. -' i over any plan to pro
le i!Jirv i.uming anti several now
I; were advanced.
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HKlii: FROM OKMULGEE
K. K'tidall. old time citizen
burant and now engaged In busl-
k at Okmulgee was hero for tho
Ik cm! Isiting his family and
Indict; to business matters. He
; that business In his new loca-
i is lioldlng Us own.
When preparing your
child for tho coming
term of school don't
forget that good evo-
ht is u-ry essential to school work.
IVe give special attention to chil-
la's c.u' as well as the oyea of
ler tit-wins. Our service is unsur-
IseJ and all work guaranteed.
Klce Downstairs 210 W. Main St.
RETTIXG RID OF IT!
Cothing is quite as annoy-
ng as itch or eczema in hot
reatner. The miserable di-
lease bothers and torments
as at the time when we need
peace the most.
144 ITCH and ECZEMA
REMEDY will enrfi van of
I the pest. Its absolutely
Sniff in nnt.ivfi fc.
SHANNON DRUG SHOP
CRESCENT nnttn rv
SWlNNEY DRUG CO. '
KIMBRIEIS DRUG STORE
DURANT DRUG CO.
Manufactured and guaran-
TUELL MEDICINE CO.
I Sent to any address prepaid
'or 50 cents.
WILLIAM JKNNINUK ntiv
SPOKE TWICE HERE SUNDAY
William Jennings Bryan tho
foTp.C0Mn0ner' UUC0 can"ldato
for Pes dent of the United States
on the Democratic ticket and the
'st widely known private citizen
n the world deliwred two excel-
lent addi esses here last Sunday
no at the Nori.nl auditotium In the
afternoon and another at the Metho-
list church that night. Mr. Bryan
camo hero under . lymim contract
and left here for Spiingfieid. Mo.
o till another engagement of sim-
ilar nature Monday.
Tho auditorium wbb packed for
the aftouioon addiess notwithstand-
ing the eiy brief peijod allowed for
advertising his comluj.. His address
was a defense or Christianity and
education and was delivered" with
Hint wonderful flow of English giv-
en to Olllv fl'U' nir... tl
- - ia iiie-
sented by V. 11. Haes and a Inigo
.w. viiiiiiniuee romprMiig
I.idtlS. Ilot.lt iliti.. mi.l i ..
luainhur of C'omuieue who had met
lit.. ... i. . ........
" '- ii-iiiii wore on th pl.tt-
form with lilui. That night lie de.
llvered a second addles at the
Methodist chinch where he was pre-
sented by the pastor Hev. ( H.
Cross. No charge was made fot the
second addiess ami other churches
suspended the night Beivlces on this
THE SATURDAY MORNING ADVERTISER
LIONS V1.VU MEETING
Tho I.ions Club hud its tegular
luncheon and s-esakm Monday noon
at the Atwood with a laige attend-
ance. After the lunch hai been
served an excellent program was
tendered by liev. and Mrs. S'choon-
ovcr and their daughter. Miss Floy
consisting of readings bv tho Intter
and vocal trios.
TO SAVE BIG SUM
riuuiitss OF BUDGET CO.MMIS-
SION ESTI.MATES SAVING IN
(iOVUlNMENT OK AT LEAST
;00OO0f THIS YEAR
Budget Director Dawes has In
lormed the United States Senate
inanco Commltteo that. It can safe
ly rely on s.ilngs In tho ndminis
tration of tho Federal Government
or ?.J50OUO000 dutlng the current
fiscal ye.it. In rosponso to inquir-
ies Dawes explained how tho eco-
nomies would bo effected and in-
formation obtained will he used in
putting tho revenue bill across.
The l eduction? in estimate are list-
ed as follows: War Department
$0000(11)00: Shipping Hoard $100-
OOO.ono; Itallroud Administration
and Iutci state Commerce Commis-
sion. $S!)i)00O00j Vctran's Buroau
$37000000 and Miscellaneous $18-
500000. Tho total is $350000000.
Tho $4 5000000 unexplained Mr.
Dawes told the committee would
come tluough the Navy department
find through savings in purchases.
Fire Tornado Automobile
121 ij North Third
At this time we are showing Ladies' Coat
Suits Dresses and Wool Sweaters all in the
new styles and materials at prices every-
one can afford to pay.
Never before at this part of the season have the ladies
been able to buy these new models and materials at such
Smart Navy and Brown Tricotine Twill Cord and
Piquetlne. These prices range from $14.95 to $84.05
A wonderful selection in new Dresses priced at from
$9.85 to $24.95
SMART AUTUMN SWEATERS
New Sash Slip-on Models in all wool priced at only
$5.85 $6.95 and $9.85
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING YOU THROUGH
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
We Save You Money
1st Door East American State Bank
SURPLUS $55 flOOM
The Bank That Accommodates
The First National Bank
OF DURANT OKLAHOMA.
r- C BATCHETT President
CREEN THOMPSON Vtct-Pretident
PRANK GIBSON Vice-President
DIAL CVRRIN Ctuhier
FRANK L. DYER AttUtant-Cathitr
RALPH OWN BY AttUtant CaMttr
J. S. TURNER AuUtemt Cathler.
PATTY ABBUCKLE HELD FOB
DEATH OF ACTRESS
lloscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle one of
the most popular of motion picture
actors Is being held in Jail at San
Francisco without ball on charges
of murder In connection with the
death of Miss Virginia I'appe a
motion picture actress. The girl's
death occurred after one or Ar-
bucltlo's famous booze parties held
in his suite in n San Francisco Ho-
tel. The girl was at first thought
to be suffering from nlcohollsm. hut
was later found to hnvo moip serl-
ous complications. The affair has
created a sensation among motion
picture folks and has been the
hoadllner in the news matter of
early this week.
Some fellow make so much noise
that they fail to make good.
KETUBNED FROM KANSAS
P. E. Laird and family have re.
turned from Kansas where they had
been called on account of tho sor-
lous Illness of Mrs. Laird's mother
whoso condition Is Improved and
for whom hopes of recovery aro entertained.
MODERN PLUMBING CO.
General Pltuunrng aaa Heattag
See ui for the best Plumbing at the
420 W. Main Durant Okla.
Good Protection Is Cheap-
All wise peoplo know tho folly of letting their homes stand
without the proper Finn INSURANCE theso days. The ex-
tromely hot weather makes iho toofs of tho houses very dry In
f.ict so dry that n spark or brand from some small flro might
stmt a disaster.
INSUIIK YOUB IIOMi: TODAY
TOMOBBOW MAY BE TO LATE
SALMON & GILSTRAP
Phone 22 Durant Okla.
CondoiiM- Ktalcnirnt of the Condition of
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
OF DURANT OKLAHOMA
at the close of business Sept. G 1921
Loans and Discounts
l. S. Liberty Donds
Other Donds and Bryan
County Warrants .
Stock Federal Reservo Bank
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estato
Cash on hand and in Banks
.$285311.89 Cupital Stock fl00.000.00
. 4C.997.64 Undivided 1'ioflts (not) C.24B.28
10000.00 Individual Deposits 294869.90
1411105.18 Total $411105.18
The above statement is correct
NOTE This bank opened for business October 2 1920.
W. E. CLARK Cashier.
"Balance Eight Balance All"
"Swing the Lady across the hall"
"Tear down the corner as you come back"
"Meet your "Pal" and fly the track"
'.TURKEY INIHI 3TKAV0
ttruT ua fe- i.ttt
iXL'uSZII? VHAIHA!! HAW
No doubt a great many of you
will be surprised to learn having
never been informed before that
the writer of these little "buckshot
border" sketches used to live back
in the forks of the creek years be-
fore the "two-step" "Bunny-hug"
and 'Shimmy" came In style.
"Them days" the only dances
we had were what we called the
"Shin-Dig" and "Breakdown"
which we financed by paying two-
bits for each dance. Even though
the old dances were rude rough
and tough sometimes ending in
a free-for-all fight in my estima-
tion they were no more demoral-
izing or degradating than the
modern dance of to-day.
I contend that no good whatever can possibly come from the dance whether it is of
the old square variety or the latest glide. The fact that some respectable men and wj-
men dance does not change my belief that countless thousands of fond Daddys and
Mothers who allow their daughters to be caught in the whirlpool of the dance like
moths around a candle will some day live to regret it.
But must say as I look back over the years gone by I can recall one good lesson re-
ceived from the old time dance; "Every time we danced we had to pay the fiddler."
What a changed expression flashed over (be face especially of young men when
the floor manager announced the close of each dance. The moment before they
were actually floating about the room on the soft strains of music; "Now it was time
to pay." Oh! How short each dance seemed and how sure "pay-time" came around.
Gentle Reader it is the same all through life every time you dance; "You've
got to pay the fiddler." Some "let-er-go-easy" house wives continue to buy the family
groceries on credit week after week and month after month leaving poor Hubby to pay
the bill if be can.
Gentle Reader "Yours Truly" may not have any flowers on his grave may not
have any marble slab erected to his memory. When he goes down there may be nothing
more than a bubble on the great sea of humanity but he will go down with the sweet
satisfaction that during his short span of life lie was never never instrumental in
deepening the furrowB across Hubby's poor brow by selling a thoughtless wife more on
the credit than he could possibly pay for.
No weary worn-out Husband can point to his sunken eyes his hunch-back or tot-
tery step and say: "Yours Truly did it." Not on your "tin-type." Not me. Folks who
trade at the Prune Shop pay cash pay less and pay as they go and live happy ever af-
ter. Call around to the Prune Shop on North Second Avenue trade with the grocer
WATCH FOR THE BUCK SHOT BOBDEK IN THIS PAPER EVERY WEEK.
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Evans, E. M. Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 16, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 17, 1921, newspaper, September 17, 1921; Durant, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc83225/m1/3/: accessed March 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.