The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 131, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 27, 1910 Page: 3 of 4
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HOW TO MAKE THE DAIRY PAY
Open Wednesday alTo'clock
Unusual preparations are being made ■,< k .
regular Annual Inventorv Snto v. 688 0 make thelr
28th, at 1 o'clock one to be ' Wednesda^ December
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Bains are promised. WM ' COn8cquent,y Sreat bar-
"Watch KRESS' Windows"
YOUNG UN IS
HIT By STREET
0tt° br°wn was sitting on
CROSS-TIE WHEN STRUCK
1 are vlsltlnir the r.~n..- Jll,nols.
Mrs. w. G. Morrow of Dallas, Texas
Cowan. gUe8t °f h6r dl,Ughter- *'«
M^h8Jnftnt daushter of Mr. and
JWiHarry,nan died ,,ecem-
Claude Deason of Oklahoma City
Pent yesterday with relatives and
friends in Shawnee.
Wdie Fagin, clerk at the Rock Is-
* round house, Is lying off> sick
home, 301 North Louisa. •
an, vining the families of A. and T
their, w6r> °'d "^"alntances of
Chrtstl r " 80i"g °" <°
the 2tieXaa' WhCre tkey Wi"
Some one sent Collector Hathcock
smln6 hi T C°mmi3sioner's office, a
° ' b,ack chl"a negro in a little
grandfather Cause" on a car/p,^
and Mrs A « ,
days with Dr. H. A. Wagner.
Joe Shively of this city dled a(
his residence on Farrall avenue at 10
oclock this morning. „e lsa//8 ™
"e but no children.
RnM'U.0n, Car,or' Price clerk at the
Rock Island offices is taking a ho„.
Indiana a5'"e and S°"th
and Mm 8'r! "aby was "orn to Mr.
ri S hur Henderson at Ada
Wm—the litt°te Santa C'a- t" .end
a Jim"8' bUt th'S Christmas gift 0f
extra." ^ da"8h'" an
Otto Brown, a young man from Te-
cumseh, was struck by a street car
SunOay night and his stfne was brok-
dav % m the lnJury ^ster-
pitl) L h C'°Ck 81 the City hos"
accid'ent 6 Uken a,ter ,h"
It appears that he was sitting on
the end of one of the ties of the street
car line near the company's car barn
at 9.30 p. m., Christmas Day, and
he passing car step struck him. He
ho^ IT °f Mr' Rr°Wn' 0,6 'essce, of
the ball grounds at Benson Park. |
M KILLED IN
CHICAGO & ALTON
National News Association. " wen-managed dalrv form
-I Zr9; WeT*!^^ 'J*
«rs-asrisrjts: £s srys's
cago and Alton «_ ^ dairyman can make a
nf that ... .
EtMntia! Principles That Mu.t a
Understood in Work of Building
Up Profitable Business.
rv 'BV J MILTON KELI.T)
cla^« pi"af bP diV'dM in,° tw°
t • who may h«
termed specialist.; who believe m
king sonio one branch of farming
Ctr,""yi B° "" t0 b" ah'e to
tho? on<! branch and know it
believe ,n: Innd' 8<,conc"5'' those who
so that ?, COme "my be expected.
that if one source falls they will
ave something else to fall back upon
attention "has''a' J*"*""™""* ' •
cialtv v. IPcome, which if his spe-
Quite nt ,P° '' f0r "^ance, i8
1 ye^ h'8 business for a number of
years, so that the loss of one year's
fCorrtu„T,d "0t raUS6 h"" *
wh'ch will help you out uan°tber
e^ch h? a K1,0r°Ugl' undprstanding of
best^ results!' a"d C"m""
ht* well-managed dairy farm com-
ciaIized0Jarm^S^°rS.i?!inl8 of. sp9"
method of weighing cream
•Hydrostatic Cream Balance. Simple
nd Sensitive Instrument Just
Devised for Testing
a simple and sensitive weighing
Instrument to be known as th.> Wis
tic Cream Balance
has Just been de
vised at the agri
ment station of the
University of Wis-
consin. This in-
the long recog
nlzed need for n
simple and accu-
rate method of
in the Babcock
test bottles for
testing. The ordl
nary cheap scales |
the more delicate
balances are too
expensive for gen-
eral use by farm-
The new Inven-
tion consists of a
I J t0rs tor '""sazine In Okiaho-
\2:,m 717 ",akl,,K Proposition.
Room f,ghter„ and al, troub,e(1 ulfh
'actc of ambition stay «wny: wan(
" ""* but "ve capable men. See
m Holton, 124 E. 9th St, City
time Sunday. 36-20-Et
tiuuiea or the Phi.
early Ti AU"n' d"e 'D Ka"Sas Ci^
this morning crashed into the
••ear of a freight at Farber at two
oclock this morning. The train was
hour Vhe' rat,° °f "tty m"es a
smoker and several freig^8^86
derailed and badi/cSd ^ ^
I Peter Marak of Meeker is in (h
I city today on business, and his son
I Steve, of Oklahoma City, jg here like'
|to attend M'.C' P,em'n8 was unable
| ■ ml an inquert on the death of
V Brown today, and the matter
Ivas referred t "inner
If T.n v St,ee C"nkscales
George S. Carter of Perry. Okla
holidays6 wityhShTdln8 U'" ('b^—'
who as Jus'tlcCearofrthen'peacenSsman
years ago in this city, rendered the
, h. B.;:':'
f he were prosperous and happy and
Is around today shaking >, 7
old friends. ? hands with
Miss oraee Carleton and her si.
Lnt tn ' ' Winston and children
^s with the". T1" '° S,'"nd ChriRt'
r8 ,helr ^ster Mrs. Charles M
Jjushee, and returned yesterday aft-
■ a most enjoyable Christmas
i, ' ' ^ Stooksbury one of Okla
homa Ci,ys leading specialist*, eye
ear .,ose and throat, will move here
Wednesday, ard fnrm 1
with Dr. J. S Carter In th "artnershi"
er In their specialty.
Xaticnal News Association
Chicago, Dec. 27_Mrs. Jack Cud.
ah oday denied the reported recon-
Illation with her husband. She said
DECLARE MR. STFTSON
SEEKS LEAOtRSH'/P OF
THE SCIENTIST CHURCH
By National News Association.
f'st^r •YOrl<' DeC' 27 Despite Mrs.
Stetson s statement saying she is not
eeklng the leadership of the Scientist
Church those high in church circles
c e she is waging a secret cam
paign to destroy the church directors'
power and then have herself elevated
to^e position of chief spiritual di-
fshVe°"hT,r Cr°Wd 0f ''achelor
i' a'® ^ a series of parties
I) be- m' Tph°S<> e"tertalnlng them
Ifoot v" " Smla, Mrs- Geo.
I'foot, Mrs. Jonn Horer, Mrs. Pace
• "rs. Spooner.
Original and Genuine
he Food-drink for All Ages.
'ic!!hfllhan T,ea or Coffee.
. ywltest digestion,
u. invigorating and nutritious.
! iijjj. malted ^rain, powder form!
Jtk ,.Unch PrePa«d In / minute.
J° S"ll'tltute- A kforHORLICK'S.
^ Others are imitations.
« jreat Interest to many friends
"Shawnee Is the marriage of Miss
ica Chezen to Mr. c n nuv.
which was solemnized at 8:00 o'clock I
Monday night at the home of the
f!0!"' parents 1002 Ninth street
of the P"Clty marke0 the details I
of the preUy ceremony which was
performed by Rev. L. Waiter NUie
church In lb0 Fif8t UnUed Dre,h"r
relatives PreSenC6 °f Immedia,« '
whTfe" b rid,° W°re a dain'y sown of
. .. was unattended. The
vicinity Th h°St °f frie"dS this
the telephone ^servTce'8 e™hP'0yed ln
theT'wm" Tray for En,d' ~
tim , , make ,heir home for the
wm h"8' A larse clrc,e of friends
will unite in ^offering congratulations
i Chi r L GETS *200,000.
L Chickasha, Okla., Dec. 27- Mrs
Minnie Crosby, of this city received
a telegram announcing a chr-
lnheritanre of ,200,1. The 'Z
comes through an aunt, Mrs. Godfrey
Baecus uf Providence. R. r. The t ,
Oental Parlors I'"""" • '
llr- .. 1
CHURCH RALLY /IT
EIRST N. E. SHIJTH
^uth, tomorrow night at 7:30 p m
We are lng to havo & ^ P m.
Come early. We 8ha|, look fm ^
1 o.ir nu JT " I1AI'Ij' Pastor.
- Our Church—Its Needs—
2 Tho xt ■ W Chapman
The Needs of On,- Sunday School.
! Th I-, M' W. H. Curtice.
Th« EPworth league, or Our
Who, ^ Miss Berlha Hicks.
What Can We Men Do?
Who. Dr' R M- Anderson
1 Can We Women Do*
Is Th *!"• C- B- Ras'erwood
Is There Anything Bise That I
otnCbVr AdVance the Ca"
Geo. H. Kerfoot
Does Our Church Building Meet
m! "7and9 of Southern
Methodism In Shawnee?
a tit W- Crowder
A Word from New Members
:: J'_Ix>nR' E"wln Moore and
Mrs. p. m. Cunyas.
.. . *"• "airyman can niakp n
pecialty of that one branch of the
business th.t the farm Is best adapt
ed to and study and learn how to get
the very best results, and at the
£^^nhcz r J,3
applied 'all'o? th Wh° has saved
comnefled . manure cr0|> ls
of money e^ery'snrini^'r' f £u"""nt
I He can lr Pr0duce Profitable crops.
amounts of pw ^d andtave'Hn
"iii> farming keeps the Boil in
, best condition of any kind or J
and when it ia r farming
Prosperous and their houses h„
and farm equipments show a Dro„n
ous appearaijce Prosper-
branch of dairying his .partlru'ar
to. This ,n„« K i arm adapted
U. how near he r. toT,? aCCOrdln«
kets or cities ana u ra 'roads, mar-
venlences e'has fir ' V"" °' COn"
cattle, milk and J J 'g for h'
I n/hl. d lts Products.
beared^long the'h '8( 8e'ected should
I 'mproved bTwecdw b,°°d m,eB a""
ferlor animals It* I °"'a" of tb« In-
hest sires that',an be'obtalne'd Th"16
not adapted to the r""' bUt "'ey ar0
' « 'B tL special ,iaelof busT„eefsa'r)"
and'sup'port"5 -"-' Son
or,« P a Platform on whicli a
weight ar"" i"1"1 " nlneKram weight
mm weights °d' Sma"' 0ne-tenIh
I. ih_ the water. The cream
pette ?nPUt ln'° ",e bo,tle with a pi
sink the floaSt'?oCa^ a"'0Unt nKain
This eive m lnP 0n the kindle.
The" 'wtlgbhing Bl,lg'e d,'"P °f Creani
however Ca" d0ne ra"ldl>,l
WANri'.l) r,o Salesmen, Salesladies
houses for rent.
li ItLM Modern house, 423 n
Market street hr 1.
Klekapoo. ,Mrk,n*- 323 N"
WANTED AGENTS—Selling lik i ,
cakes. Flrst we„ a]most hot
dividends, stock will Jump 400 per
oon. The Kumfort Oil & o„g
Co., Canton, o.
boys make churning easy
Two Barrels Arranged So That Opera
tor Can Sit Between ThemP
and Work Both.
Here are two churns rigced nn h«
nil I8?"8 '° BU" tbeir ,as,e When the
' V'""" w0re out 'hey were glad
and asked me to get them'two smaU
WANTED—Position by youn„ , .
stenographer, who has completed her
wiu,r:t.artd has 8,,m"
8'art on small pay if (.i,nn,.„ r
L°" "^-Furnished rooms
I'eht housekeeping. 24 East 9th
. H^Nr-3-room house. Good
water and barn. 232 s Oak St
Address Charles Maier, r. r no
Shawnee, Okla '
H)R RENT-Rear end of m7~h^
shoeing shop, good to- work shop or
storage room. F. 1£. Holliday, ,24
N' Deard' 24-tf-5fl
FOR RENT-Rear end of my horse-
oe ag shop, good for work shop or
forage room. B. Hoill(lay, 1M N
(•] 1 W*IC1, and "arn- Address
Charles Maler. R. R. No ,
nee, Okla anaw"
Churning Made Easy.
c0mf0rtablej5tall for cow
't"n0'wSF2hl0: " ""Prov.m.nt
on Old-Fa,hioned Rigid 8ty|
Yet Good and Strong.
illustrated '"fa" sim ^t*ncb,on. herewith
and improvement of Uie'old ffsh?atl7
rlKld stanchion whieh^
oTU0;1 tr," bU' very H'tle liberty
to either side with perfect ete aTn
comfort either while standing up or
Farm r"ndCXnsSide8ay The,Wr,,r 'P
have stands and are turned b'y cranks'
The boys fastened the stand, to a plat
r^e* two and a half feet apart
and made a steady Beat to K0 he
tween the churns. In this they car
churn with both hands, which Is not
«d hen° 8" Ph"rnl"^ with one
and then, too, the exercise is splendid
the motion being somewhat similar
to that of rowing a boat. Tha boy
are proud of their strong ar„H °fd
well-developeu muscles, and to them
churning Is no longer an Irksome task
l!',akf(8 monpy t0 b"y furniture. We
" a - - v - ■•rzzrttz
ado Ser;ond Hand Co., 507 East MJn
i_ Phone 892. Main.
d Piano for sale ehean a , 27 tf «
2U N'' T— 27-3^5 y Y°UNY; WANTED—To
naro fn* . '
Sludebaker buggy hns onI ,
about 1ft mi inn ween run
1125 ir ™ e8' cost "ew 30 days ago
-i EjD—fo nrA.
vice L'rT" te'^"k
month,. " Situation"^ '°W
r„ , °«U U0I1 sure. Dnlla.
Telegraph College, Dallas, Tei.
FOR SALE—2 Jersey cows- on 1
in r • 1 o 1. uws> one ejv-
al,0 10 8 Per day' other two-
1E' Main> over Hickey Bros.
>ok ,0r he Marb|e S(eps
|6; upper and lower
_ both }io.
■ WORK GUARANTEED.
Cat', Nlnety-Mlle Walk
was missed The >COmb" Marcb
'he animal hid rerrst8U,rm""d'ha'
•trayed awav h„, °'en or bad
„8.U'611depot at that place, failed
nitike the wniMno .
ly lareo u ,,g room sufficient-
D"- c. FARR1NQTON, •
Phyiiclan and Surgeon •
Specialist In Rectal. Sexual and •
. °,f"C.e *mt- 3 * " over Postoffice •
No matter If it i, to be sold for
cream or butter, milk should be cooled
ToZ\Sil 18 drawn ,tom the cows
1o make ten dollar, clear from ,
| No other branch of livestock keen-
ing can compare with tho dairy bus!
ness for enriching the farm
Over ripe cream means strong but
r. over-churned and overworked
cream means soft butter rworked
0fBmnkCti„a,sCaiT,'Cal a"a'yBl" 8 ""art
snough? 1 that
The frequent application nf
(rease insures clean milk clem,
arators, clean butter and getr l,8/^
clean reputation "eratiy a
lost and found.
LOST 0n Christmas Day
mounted Elk tooth Return to „
aid office ami , n,rn to Her-
eive reward. 27-6t
gains during' Holidays' 0^"^""'
1 Watches. Clocks, Bicycles c'lothi**'
, ,' and Granlteware. Cloth
ng for ladles and men-we areC
lng second hand goods of everv d .
| scrlptlon at the Colorado Second
Zf - - "p"
WANTED To buy a
hand typewriter, c.. care Herat
highest price for these"^'''^'^
pah:„e8rd Hand c°-507 *
In addition it is for .n °Perate.
Poses, „ itrong t t .P^Cal T'
Its main advantage, howev^- ls ^hat
It allows the cow much at
fort, which after all * con"
Portant consideration. B,°'" lm'
k.cl ta.WbS^Vr ?n°Wn ,0
into toe city f",e 'arm ani1
her to the butcher. °"e'
How often shall the cow. h„
tared? Our best dairymen water thT
COWS at least twice daitv H . r
winter months. There are m 8 th<"
claim that once a d v . "y who
but such a Zm smatte s ,,Ufflclent-1
of an excuse for rk'^, 0e°rg'"-b |
the part of the owner. At leaft\h
facts do not warrant any unci 1
elusion. Careful experiment* ha°v"
Proven that the cows consume mo!"
water when watered twice inH .? ! '
Is the real test after all A temn
ture of from 70 to 80 degret, ?„ ,?
desirable, and many prefer t,
to body temperature ^bout *00 "d"
p-ees Fahrenheit. 100 de" I
Money in Veal Calve,.
Where i reain only 1, „„ .
•klm mllk fed at home there i, l!
In veal calves. The vonr money
take or flesh a, fa,t " ^
en6for°Uh8 fanU anima)' "nd0" w"'
your calves°direct you'ean mak
Real Estate, Loans and
We know values and our experience is
used for our
Come to our office and let us show you
our listing Residences, Business
Vacant Lots and f arms.
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Harlow, Victor E. The Shawnee Daily Herald. (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 131, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 27, 1910, newspaper, December 27, 1910; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc104925/m1/3/: accessed February 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.