Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 43, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 15, 1922 Page: 2 of 8
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THE SATURDAY MORNING ADVERTISER
How Uncle Sam Spends
Your Money in Conduct-
ing Your Business
Br EDWARD G. LOWRY
ZAotkor "WuhiBftoa CloM'Upi.' ' IUikt ud
Cfinueui SfMUtat" ttc Contnboior I'ontic&J
tm4 Ceoaofni ArtlelM to lwlnff rtrtodletli
m4 m WriUr of Rcognlid Authontf on tho
AUoMd Oof inmont'o Buloosa Mtbodi
CbprtiM WoiUrn Nwppr Union
The Department of Agriculture is
oe Instance of how governmental es-
rfeMJabinents grow and spread mid ex--4&il
their activities once they get
started. The bureau of fisheries In
jib Depnrtmeot of Commerce In an-
ort&er. It hod a modest beginning utid
-set bo very long ago. l'rlor to 1871
Amm was no branch of the federal
fferernment especially cliniged with
4b. consideration of fishery affairs.
Sorcral of the Kliilos linil established
tlfth commissions mid tht.se stute nu-
t&orltles supported by prhnto Inter-
'HU began to annate fur a tmtlnnal
Sureau devoted to fishery Interests.
So It came about that by 1S71 con-
Spreao was roaily ( jleld and begin to
"Hike Rpproprlutloiis. The first one
win for $."(000 and provided for a
'Commissioner of llsli and llslicrles to
prosecute ln estimations and Inquiries
rtth Uie view of nKoerdilnlng whoth-
'W any and what diminution In the
Tmniber of food fishes of the coast
toad In the lakes of the United States
has taken place; and also whether
uxg and what protective prohibitory
precautionary measures should b
adopted In the premises; and shall re-
.Yost iipon the same to congress."
The commissioner una to draw no
lly for It was provided by congress
to the same Joint resolution that he
i Should be a chll oilicer of the goern-
meat of proved helvntllli' mid pruc-
UchI acquaintance with the (Mies of
&. coast who hln. Hid mtw without
additional coiiipeii-.itinii 'I lie then ns-
'JKtant Hecietnrj m iie Sinlili- -ti In n In-
stitution by tiaiiii- speuci r I ullerton
Bntrd was clmst-n a- tin- teM hum for
ths Job. mid so he pinnl in in- Ho
aiado the little mom glow. Ilu was
itnilUBlrlntis and o.i.i .cut and knew
SlU'.V tO get lllllllU l til Ci'l.TH- Ilu
.Van diligent and lie stun I 1 1 ( ne UIiiks.
'See what huppem-d.
HeiiJeniln'i lie -filled nut ulth
'10.000 to (li'-eiiM i vli ! i li. ii liad
'.J-SWi uiiy din Imit ni nf tl i m.iiIv of
Jto'id tishi's ii'iw Hie mimms m" in the
ifuk-OM. lie uns ni II i i. id n mi In-
"JCJJtflKll'llt IllM- "I Mini I pill tftl
ilri'rtJ.v in e..i... ti. 1 1 i . was
'Ji'rit iilhi' bj a iini d .iii'i ii miii
...is un Iniji n 'i i . n. i i 4ii hi until
3S)0:i when ! w.i !i i.. i lino
Uie new 1 . .inn. 1 1 i i'iiiii-
.netee and I.alioi - the li-iin-iu of
Uy J! hi; I the 'lie i ' '.iii .i n i. iii hud
iXmuii In .'-MI...C i ii e I. in. in nail
IK.-Illl.lln ill ei-. ii ".. .ij i. At
"Aat time ilu- hn 1 .. .1 . ! ipled
'by U.t- bun an t r it- n im.il and
"MoJogli nl tiiiiii. ii- li.nl . i i..ie.aie
rv.i nl uti'i' Ij.iui'i u.. mii ii uiiie
-at 31MIMHK) The iiiiiineineiiis and
aqulpniunt at tin- Minion- tepro-
arnted an liieiiiin nt wt mint; than
Why not preimre EaBter
Breakfast with a complete
new outfit of Kitchen Utensils?
The coBt is comparatively
small if you buy here.
ENGLISH AND NIPPON
Buy a set of our nice Din.
nerware to serve Easter Din
Best American Ware 42 piece
English Dinner ware 42
Piece set 927.75
Nippon China 42 Piece Set
Let US Show vmi nnmo nt
our beautiful patterns. AJ1
Patterns carried in open
stock. You can buy less than
recrular dinner set and nrUi
10)00ih). other property of the bu-
reau at that time Included four sea-
going steam mid sail vessels 'JO steam
launches and liVI small sail power and
rowboots which with equipment bad
a value of $300000. Its sU flh-tran.
Dortiitlon cars were valued t $45000.
Indeed the total Investment of the
government In flshery-Nervlce property
ran to uhuut lGS."i.0UO. That was
back In 1000.
I Well It hasn't stopped growing;
bigger and busier than ever as the ad-
vertisements say. The appropriation by
cougresi for the fiscal joar 1910 'wo
I SM&i.HO v. and for Wit $1207110
' Besides what congress gave; the. Pres
ident ullotted In 1018 and 1010 out of
b1 private fund "for the national se-
curity and defense." $100000. With. th
years of Its growth and Increasing
funds the bureau had .takeafon many
mw functions and activities.
Until 'recently the Jnrean was ad
Ministering to the best of lta ability
the laws relaUng to the terrestrial and
arboreal fur bearers of Alaska bat
the duty was Incongruous to Its leglU-
Bfete functions. Congress finally con-
ceded that the pnnult of foxes does
sot constitute a fishery. The cultiva-
tion of minks cannot he successfully
conducted in a fish hatchery.
Apparently as so many other estab-
lishments under the executive branch
have the fisheries service hnd become
all cluttered up with duties and Job
tt la not fitted or equipped to handle.
All of which Is a long long way
from an Investigation of the possible
sfcnlnutlon of food fish along the coast.
I don't pretend to say of the fisheries
eweau that It has performed Ineffi-
ciently either its proper work or the
added acthltles that have been te-
fleeed npon It For all I know tt
ay be and U a great national bless-
tof and managed with maximum akin
tMalligence and real economy. I hoye
I cite It here only as an example of
branch of governmental activity that
feu grown up haphatard from a small
Beginning to be a great costly far-
apreadlng enterprise that by Its own
etafesslon la overlaid with duties
Auctions and activities unrelated te
Ms legitimate and essential busln
tike care propogatka and study of
Banner of food dan.
I - ""s "
ITEMS rilOM I1UITAI.0
Staffing was well attended Sunday
night at Ruffnlo. There will be sinjr-
!nj here every Sunday night.
'Homer Mntan. Ituby Craig. Dugan
Harmon and F!oHte Craig attended
the dance given by 3Ir. Charlqy Mar-
law Monday night at Pritchard.
Mrs. Thompson U on the sick list
Mis3 Margarette Parham and Miss
Croley of near Post Oak were visiting
tn this community Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Washburn
have returned home on a visit to see
relatives in Texas.
The Buffalo school visited Frank-
lin school Friday. They played an
interesting base ball game. Buffalo
being defeated 7 to 17.
Miss Alice Dill of near Franklin
visited Mis- Mattie Thompson Sun-
day. The ball game over at Bill Turn-
bull's pasture Sunday was attended
by a large crowd.
Several from here attended the
dance near Pon Oak Saturday night.
Wyley Stapleton. Miss Flossio
Craig and Mr. Earnest Stricklin vis-
ited Mis Cora Prentice Sunday eve-
ning. Miss Helen Rice vNted Lena Self
Our i-chool has decided to put the
program off for a while.
Miss Nora Mi'-er spent Sunday
with Mrs. Ethel Miller.
Mias Ituby Craig spent Sunday
with Miss Bethie Rice.
M133 Lena Self spent Sunday with
Miscs Mattie and Sue Thompson.
Dr. J. L. Reynolds
Eye Er Nose and Throat
and Glass Flttlnjr
Over Corner Ding StoN
I ROM CARROL'S CHAPEL
vr F X. Gravitt has been very
: i pa-t week but is doing nicely
' X. Miller is no better.
T re !' going to bo an Easter cgfir
h a S W. Fielding's Sunday af-
i -a Staggs of Atoka visited at
tr h mie of her sister. Mrs. Giffords
t at week.
i ua E-lick and Jesse Mills were
It ' n ant Wednesday.
' - Annie Carter is visiting in
A on the past week.
andpa Glenn who has been sick
f -everal months died Wednesday
ar was laid to rest Thursday in
Human Burton of Hopewell was
in -h s community Friday night.
V' T." G. Carter was in Burant
al '.ist week on business.
Pwothy Carter spent Saturday
n't: and Sunday with Mrs. G. E.
-. Martha Eslick and family
n Sunday evening with her
m i.-r. Mrs. G. P. Mills.
!;t : it'it h'h it r. i: :i sTK'sf-if a i?ir tfifn " irirWifiTTf S'STR' if lf'sf if sr-T ifu 1T1: :: if s: ififlfS'iflii'M.'J
. . . -..
rilOM HATCHER SCHOOL
the farmer.- of this commun-
is .. about tin ouch planting com.
Thelma Calhoun led prnycr
n j Sunday night.
' .' a good piospvct for a
1 1 i ait ciop thi j oar.
i rih- delieu-d us n fine ser-
n lie Sunday night.
. - I.i..ie Smith and Thelma
ITEMS FROM MATOY
What coin has been planted will
have to be planted over or a big por-
tion of it will owing to so much cold
Boggy liver has been all over the
Has Privett of Lane Okla. was
here Sunday afternoon on his way to
Ewell Tidwell and Arvi! St. John
are going to school at Buffalo.
Mro. I-idd will givo her 8th grade
class the examination on the 13th
Tim oliwtinn here Saturday went
off lively but on account of the rain
not so many were out. inero was
only 71 votes cast. W. E. Zion and
C. E. Thornley getting every vote.
. Ewell Tidwell visited nt Banty Sun-
day. A large crowd out Sunday night
Saturday was general dip day they
have this place marked up for 3 dippings.
SATURDAY APRIL IK kh
is 12 years old lacked only one-bw I
dnv mitt no- n full l nrn .1
hcad-lnarks aadvas nrnmnii Jlf
6th grade under Mrs. C B. LirJ
teacher. . ' ?V
Some of the men hnv k ...
ing some fine fish while the rtwii
nut nf hnnko. " fl
Mr. Hale of Texas is visttlng fecM
son. J. T. here the nnsf. wont. -rrt'l
both were guests of H. H. Darrouri"
Misi Jossie Roberta ni.n.:.. A
take her Sunday School -i..?W
Sugar Loaf next Sunday aftemoo. 1
joipu(e(Kuuin. airs. u. o. Uddwill
Mrs. Darroueh's class win ...
nt her house Sunday afternoon iMi
from there they go to Sugar Lof.
Albert LTildwell made a record h'
scnooi mis term; ne is tt yean old
started in the 8rd grade got a diplo-
ma zor penecc auenaance the entirt
term: 'made 28 head mark? In .
ing was promoted to the 4th graJi
under C. B. Ladd teacher. J
Durant Meat Market ;
Highest Market Price
I'aid for Cattle and Hogs
A. W.MASON Prop.
Ill So. Sec. Durant
The firm of Durant Tire & Supply
Company ha- boor dissolved. J. B.
.)one one of tlu- partner.-- having re-
tired. The biisuiiLva will be continued
by the other partner. J. T. Forsee who
liascliare of the stock and place of
busim.'.-'P. Tho bn -iness will continue at
the same place and under the same
name but under the ownership of J. T.
Siffncrl this April 11th 1922.
.. T. FORSEE
J. B. JOXES.
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i Advice i
Pari of our service to you as a de-
positor in this bank is consultation
on your difficult business problems.
It is a real pleasure to have you come
to us. We may not always be able to.
assist but be your problem large
or small it will always have the
same careful consideration.
Our interests are mutual and our
policy is to be of practical help to
Resources orer 21500000
. .MV03. JvVJiU -
i-iitN'ANO INSURANCE will
it j on. enable you to make
. iiicnt-. icpairs.
rates and thorn security if
uto youi po.u-y ask u-i.
M MISHALL & PENDLETON
' ilm-on. Mnr-li.ill iV Pendleton
We Know Tires
We do not confine our sales to any one brand of tires but aim to
carrj the lino our friends arc likely to want from cheap tires to
the best tire- made.
Look over these brands FISK MOIIAWK HAWKEYE GOOD-
YEAR. GOODRICH. MILLER FEDERAL INDIA HOLMES. V't
arc strictly TIRE MERCHANTS not tire dealers Wo either carry
in btock or order for our customers any tire manufactured.
The Only Tire Repair Shop Ve Luxe
Tire service at your call. Any tire from bicycle to the largest
Hubber Rubber and Vulcanizing Co.
I! THE HOCSE OF PERSONAL SERVICE
ll III." West Main
Jenkins Dry Goods Co
Entire Stock. Fixtures. Notes
and Accounts Turned
Loose to the
Quitting Business Sale Now in Full Blast
Grasp your opportunity! Now is your time to make
your Pennies Dimes and Dollars buy more than
they ever did in all your life and get your share of
the amazing Bargains in this the most terrific un-
der selling event ever attended in this section of Ok-
lahoma. Come during this eight day saleYou'll
find Bargains worth traveling miles for ; Some sen-
sational Auction Sales During Saturday. Don't fail
to come. The bad weather we have been having
should not keep you away from these values.
If you have not received a circular advise us and
we will send immediately.
to It as you like.
IL O. HcKINNEY HDWE.
208 West Main Phone 61'
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