The Hennessey Clipper. (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1907 Page: 7 of 8
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Agricultural Experiment Station
FACTS A3D FiSUHES PERTAINING TO CA!8Y WORK AT THE COLLE6E
Oklahoma posfvrarp natural
advantages which favor tho develop-
ment of the dairy industry of our
•stace. The climate, soil, crops, and
market are admirable features
which can be appreciated by those
who go into dairying and make a
business of it.
The question early • arose, can
cows bs kept at a profit and butter
be made in the various sections of
our state and sold at a lvmunera-
tive price to both the factory men
and tho farmers?
To answer this question, the col-
lege engaged in the creamery busi-
ness about two years ago and be^an
operating a small factory. The col-
lege lias not encouraged dairying
more than to receive the milk and
cream from the farmers and make
it into butter, paying the fanner
what the market price of butter al-
lowed after counting out tho run-
ning expenses of toe creamery.
The following data will indicate
to some extent the growth and de-
velopment in these two years, also
the benefit to the farmers in the vi-
cinity of the college:
No. patrons in July. 1905.. 12C
No. patrons in July, 1901*.. 204
No. patrons in Dec.. 1905.. S4
No. patrons in Dec., 1900.. 110
Paid to patrons in July,
1905 $ 1.495.10
Paid to patrons in July.
Paid to patrons in Dec.,
Paid to patrons in Dec.,
Total amount paid to pat-
rons in 1905 10,117.49
Total amount paid to pat-
rons in 1906 20,7711.80
The estimated per cent of in-
crease of 1900 over 1905 is 100 per
The year 1907 has started off with
an output of seven thousand
pounds of butter for the month of
January, for which the farmers
were paid SI,071.49, or 2^ cents a
pound for butter fat.
All cream received at the college
creamery is delivered by the farm-
ers, none being shipped in over rail
roads. This section does not offer
any special features for the develop-
ment of dairying more than those
offered by any other section of our
state, except that the college offers
to manufacture and market the but-
ter for the farmer, the patron
ing all expenses incurred ii
handling and marketing. The
ditions are not ideal, nor ij
creamery a model, yet this work
lustrates what can be clone in the
dairy business in any section where
a sufficient number of cows are kept
to warrant starting a factory and
where the farmers will stand by the
factory, and have confidence in its
management and see to it that it i*
The patrons have always been wil-
ling to deliver sweet cream to the
creamery and to this one fact is at-
tributed much of the success. The
butter has been placed on neatly ev-
ery market in the South and West
and it. has never been wanting a
buyer. It. sells at the top of the
market which enables tho creamery
to pay a premium for the cream re-
ceived. Herein lies the hopes for
successful development of dairying
These may be easily made from
large goose eggs by puncturing the
shells at the small end. Slice tho top
off about half an inch and turn out
the yolks and whites. Glue the shell
to green cardboard four inches square,
on which print in yellow and silver an
appropriate couplet. Paint the out-
side shell silver and decorate it with
sprays of forget-me-nots. The inside
may be tinted delicately with a eoat-
ing of pale blue paint. Just before
arranging the shells on the table fill
them with assorted candies.
Sift together one cup graham flour,
one cup white flour, one-half teaspoon
salt, lVfc heaping teaspoons creatu of
tartar, one heaping teaspoon soda.
Then cream a piece of butter size of
an egg and one-half cup sugar, add
one beaten egg and one cup warm
sweet milk, then stir into dry ingredi-
ents. These are worth trying.
Output of Transvaal Gold.
The Transvaal gold average Is half
an ounce to the ton.
Knew a Good Investment.
A California woman married a man
who had lost both leg*, and an arm
in a railroad wreck, anil then she en
gineered the lawsuit whereby he got a
verdict of $100,000 damages. And yet
♦.hey say that woman has no head for
in OK lahoma. The price that the
farmers receive for their cream de-
pends upon the quality of the pro
duct of the factory and It should b«
the highest aim of the cream pro
due >s, whether thev patronize an
«nt. pendent creamerv, a centralized
creamery* or are shareholders In a
co-operative ereamerv, to deliver to
ti: j creanierv u>f* best cream tliat
they can possibly produce.
Milk and cream take up odors and
ainls from unclean vessels in
which they may be placed, or from
my substance emitting an odor.
They are easily spoiled anil made
unwholesome for food ir any dirt or
filth gets into them, or if they are
covered up tight so that the fresh
air does not get Lo them to remove
the odor* and gases which may lie
forming in them.
Tiie following suggestions are
given as a guide for the production
of cream of good quality:
1 (Mean cream, cold cream and
rich cream are the three words
which tell the secret of producing
2 He t l"an and sanitary In milk-
IS. Have all pails, crocks, cans and
dairy utensils scalded and clean.
4. Keep the separator clean by
washing after each separating.
5. Cool each lot of cream In cold
water before setting it away and
have it thoroughly cooled before
adding to tho general lot of cream.
(A good way is never to mix a fresh
batch of cream with older cream,
but keep each lot from the different
separations, separate and in one gal-
0. Have a well ventilated cave or
cool cellar in which i keep the
7. StiT each of the separate lots
of cream every day to keep them
S. Have a wire screen for each
crock, so as to "air the cream" ami
keep out flies and insects.
9. Skim a rich cream—35 to 46
per cent—and it will keep sweet
10. Deliver the cream to the
creamery or receiving station three
times a week in summer and twice
a week in winter.
11. Insist on the crcameryman
weighing out the sample of cream
for a test instead of measuring in a
pipette. The scales; are more accur-
12. Have the cows come fresh in
September and October and receive
25 to 30 cents a nouud for the butter
fat in winter instead of 15 to 20
c .nts a pound in summer.
lo. Make a study of the herd of
cows, sclect the best ones, sell the
poor ones, buv or raise more good
one;, prow more cowpei and alfalfa
hay for winter feeding, and make
the cows keep yon instead of you
keeping the cows.
The Experiment Station is in-
vestigating some feeding problems
with dairy cows, comparing the feed
ing value of alfalfa hay with cow pea
hay, also Bermuda with prairie hay.
This work was begun last Novem-
ber and will be completed for this
vear about April 1st At that time
a report will 1* made 06 the results
of this year's work and issued as a
bulletin of the Experiment Station,
i copy of which will be mailed to
every farmer upon the Station mail-
ing list or upon application to Di-
rector \V. 1*. English, of the Experi-
1 ment Station. Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Wireless Telegraphy Foreseen.
No doubt the invention of wireless
telegraphy was foreshadowed by a
j book of phlosophy which appeared in
1G17. This work mentions conimiini
' cation between two persons at differ-
i ent point3 by means of s lodestone
1 and a needle placed upon a metal
Governmental Business Ways.
In paying dividends on government
stocks the British government takes
no account of fractions of a penny. In
this way it makes about $7,500 a year
out of the investors in public funds.
To Prevent Rusty Fircirons.
Firelrons during the summer should
be rubbed over with a rag moistened
with vaseline and sweet oiL This will
quite prevent rust.
Fine Baked Potatoes.
For stuffed baked potatoes select
those of medinm size, and bake them
in their skins until they are nearly
done, cut nearly ttoroiigti the potato
at one end, scoop oat a little from the
center, and All the hollow space with
a thin slice of fried bacon, tightly
| rolled. Close down the half sere red
end of tiic potato, return fo the oven,
and finish baking.
Many Work in Mines.
The mines of the world employ
about 3,iJOO.OOO men.
Cood Home Made Mucilage.
A mucilage that will keep melt and
will remain elastic even when it has
i dried may he made by dissolving one
I part of sally 11c acid ia parts of soft
soap and three psrts of glycerine. This
mixture should be shaken well and
then added to a paste of gum arable
About the Eyes.
Light-colored eyes will stand the
greatest strain c;n the slg*it. Light
blue eyes ate generally most powe •
ful, and next to those are srmy.
T>re*sea. CToaVa. Hibhons. Suit*, etr.,
can bo made to look like new with PUT*
*AM FADELESS DYES. No muss.
Some men make it their business to
Interfere with the business of others.
ONLY OXE "KltOUO
That n l.A \ATI V K HltOXto Ontu no. S mllarl?
n&oit'O remed es sometimes deceive The tlrst ami
original Coil Tablet is W11ITK rACKACih with
Mark and red Altering, aud beura ibe b.*;nature of
K. W.tiBOX £. 250.
Many a woman has married a fool
for love; but few mistakes would be
made if fools never had money.
Take advantage of Nature's splendid of i
fering, CJartield Tea, the laxative that is
pure, mild and potent. It is made wholly i
of Herbs. For constipation, biliousness, j
liver and kidney diseases. It purifies the j
blood. (Guaranteed under the Pure Food I
and Drugs Law.
Booth Tarklngton when at work
rises at five o'clock in tho morning. |
drinks a little cocoa and writes till
nine. Nearly all his best passages
have been written at sunrise.
In a Pinch. Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures painful, smart-
ing, nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It's the greatest comfort discovery of
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by all Druggists, 25c. Accept no sub-
stitute. Trial package. FREE. Ad-
dress A. S. Olmsted. Lo Hoy, X. Y.
Products from Pine.
In 1905 the pine distilling establish-
ments in the I'nited States numbered
15; the wood distilled amounted to
16.069 cords, valued at $42,805, and the
output was as follows: 362,500 gallons
of tar, 434.780 gallons of oil, 238,180
gallons of turpentine and 300,10G bush-
els of charcoal.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local application!, as th.-y cannot roach the din-
eased p .rllon of the ear. There 1* only one way to
cure ilc: tue.i., anil that In by roo.lUutlo'nftl reiix-illc*.
Dcarne.H I. cat: .eli by an Inflamed cuudltbia uf the
mucous llnlDj oMho Eustachian Tulto. Whrnthl,
tube Is Inflamed yea bave a rumbling cmnd or lru-
prrfect hearing, and wh.n It I. entirely rinsed. Peul-
Boss la the result.aud uule.a tbe tnflaaimatlou . an l-e
taken out and this tube restored ti> lis normal condi-
tion. bearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases
outof l n are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing
but an lnfl:i :ied condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will tilve One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Pcafne.a (cau-ol by catarrhi that cannot be cured
by llall*. Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
I". j. cheney 4 CO., Toledo, 0.
Fold br Prupfrtsts, 7.1c..
Take Man's Family Pills for constipation.
Clung to Old Fashions.
Augustus Squire, for 65 years a
member of the Cutlers' company, Lon-
don, whose death, in Ills ninety-third
year, is announced, always burnt can-
dles in his house, for he would never
have gas or electricity laid on. llo
never sent a telegram in his life,
never used the telephone, and hardly
ever rode in a train, traveling by bus,
carriage, cab or boat.
Oata—Heads 2 Foot Long.
The John A. Salzer Seed Co., Lit Crosse,
Wis., ate bringing out a new oats this
year with heads 2 foot long! That's u
wonder. Their catalog tells!
Spetz— the greatest cereal hay food
America ever saw! Catalog tells!
Our mammoth 148 page Peed and Tool
Catalog is mailed free to all intending
buyers, or send Co in stamps and receive
free samples of new Two Foot Long Oats
and other cereals tind big catalog free.
John A. Salzer tjeed Co., liox'W, La
The Motor Vole*.
The tennis elbow, the bicycle foot,
the clergyman's sore throat and all
manner of disabilities that come from
modern conveniences are familiar to
us. The motor-omnibus voice was dis-
covered by a young woman who was
riding outside a motor-omnibus, and
trying (as is her habit) to talk. And
the horrible truth suddenly flashed on
her mind, and from her lips. . . .
"I c-c-can't keep-plp-pip my voice sut-
THIS 13 WORTH SAVING.
Valuable Advice and Recipe by Well-
The following simple home-made
mixture is said to relieve any form of
Rheumatism or bachachc, also cleanse
and strengthen the Kidneys and Blad-
der, overcoming all urinary disorders,
If taken before tho stage of Brlght's
disease: Fluid Extract Dandelion,
one-half ounce; Compound Kargon,
one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsa-
parllla, three ounces. Mix by shaking
well in a bottle and take in teaspoon-
ful doses after meals and at bedtime.
A well-known authority states that
these intjiedients are mainly of vege-
table extraction, and harmless to use,
and be obtained at small cost
from any good prescription pharmacy.
Those who think they bave kidney
trouble or suffer with lame back or
weak bladder or Rheumatism, should
give this prescription a trial, as no
harm can possibly follow its use, and
It is said to do wonders for some peo-
"Isn't that the poetess over there
In the corner who came to see us after <
tinner the other night?" asked the ;
firl, "and wept all over the place, tell- j
ing us her tale of woe; wept so that I
went out and got some things for i
her dinner and cookcd them for her
tnd you brought out a bottle of your j
rery beBt wine and gave It to her?" '
"Yes." returned the woman, "she
doeBn't seem to see us now, does
"The next time she oomes to us
with her tale of woe," affirmed the
firl severely, "she won't see us, if we
catch a glimpse of her first." I
How Many Perfectly Well Women
Do You Know ?
MISS grace: e miller
MRS. w. FORD
*'I am not feeling- very well," "I
am so nervous it seems as though I
should fly." "My back aches as though
it would break."
How often do you hear these signi-
ficant expressions from women
friends. More than likely you speak
the same words yourself, and there
is a cause.
More than thirty years a^o Lydia
E lMnkhamof Lynn, Mass. discovered
the source of nearly all the suffering1
endured by her sex. ''Woman's Ills,"
these two words are full of more
misery to women than any other two
words that cau be found in tho
English language. Sudden fainting,
depression of spirits, reluctance to
go anywhere, backaches, headaches,
nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing-
down sensations, displacements and
iri-,gularities are the bane of woman's
The same woman who discovered
the cause of all this misery also
discovered a remedy. Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound made
from native roots and herbs holds
the record for a greater number of
absolute cures of female ills than any
other one remedy the world has ever
known and it is the greatest blessing
which ever came into the lives of
Don't try to endure, but euro the
eause of all your suffering. Lvdia E.
Pink ham's Vegetable Compound at
once removes such troubles, Tho
following letters prove this :
Mrs. W. S. Ford of 193S Lansdowne
St., Baltimore, Md. writes :
Dear Mrs. lMnkham;—
•'For four years my life was a misery to
mo, 1 suffered from irregularities, sup-
pression, terrible dragging sensations and
extreme nervousness. 1 had given up all
hope of ever l eing well again when Lydia
E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable l'onijH>und was
recommended. It cured my weakness ami
made me well and strong '•
Miss Grace E. Miller, of 1213 Michi-
gan St., liufTalo, N. Y. writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham : —
"I was in a very bad condition of health
generally; irritable, cross, backache and
suffered from a feminine weakness. Lydia
K. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Comj>ound, enred
me after all other medicines had failed."
What Lydia E. Pinkhaiu's Vege-
table Compound did for Mrs. Ford and
Miss Miller it will do for ether women
in like condition. Every suffering
woman in the United States is asked
to accept the following invitation. It
is free, will bring you health and may
savo your life.
Mrs. rinkham's Invitation to Women, j
Women suffering from any form of
female weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs.
Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass. From the
symptoms given, the trouble may be
located and the quickest and surest
way of recovery advised. Outof her
vast volume of experience in treating
female ills Mrs. Pinkham probably
has tho very knowledge that will
help your case. Her advice is freo
and always helpful.
DO YOU SMOKE A PIPE?
WHAT KIND OF TOBACCO DO YOU SMOKE?
I? YOU HAVE NOT TRIED QBOID gr-a?LUOAT-ID
Vou have npvrr (rotten that solid comfort which a good
" pipe Hinoke " should give a man.
qboid WILL WOT BITE THE TONGUE
IT IS THE ORIGINAL OF THIS STYLE TOBACCO
It has an elegant Aroma which no other jiipe tobacco possesses, and
its smooth, delightful flavor and free smoking qualities are the results
of years of careful study aad experimenting.
Tobacco is now
yoviu on Ralo almont
everywhere, and hundreds of thous-
ands of boxes were consumed
last year( and it is our pur-
pose to place QBOID in reach
of every pipe smoker in this
country, and lo that end wo
mako the following offer:
If your d e a 1 o r does not
andle QBOID Tobacco, wo
will send you any sizo boi,
" postage paid," upon receipt of regular price—viz: Prices, ijjoz. tiu
box, 10c.; 3A oz. tin box, a)c.; 8 oz. tin box, 45c. and ltt oz. fancy tin
box, 90c. Money refunded to any dissatisfied purchaser.
Cut out this advertisement and send with money order or stamps.
Write your name and address plainly, and address to
LARUS a BR0. CO., «"anufoctur«r , Richmond, Va.
34 YEARS SELLING DIRECT
OtiTTehlrlM and liarnrtt liave hren told dlre< t from
ird of acrntury. We thlp lor eiamlnaticn an
are out nothing if uut natifcbed as to
r In torv to user fat
tli ri vnf ami vuar-
> safe del.very. Y
^ style, quality and prix
We are Ike Largest Manufacturers Is the World.
, Hike Wagon with selling to the consumer **< linlvely. We make I V styles of
Vlog 7>ash, Atitono- Vehicles, 66 sly.es of Harness. Send for larte, free iauiogv
| taed r *h">^rdfte.Gurn\ne Elklwrf Carriage A II«r«i*«a Mfg. Co.
-u.eiik U63 60
■ complete. $M 60-
El kit art. Indiana
Ho, WO. fiwklnatlnv Burr
(PILES NO MONEY till cured to!?He/cmis!
3T. K« 5A3 CITY. H (■«« .«. r Vu „,)[
For Baby's First Bath and
Because of its delicate,1
emollient, sanative, anti-
septic properties derived
from Cuticura, united with
the purest of saponaceous
ingredients nnd most re-
freshing of flower odours,
Cuticura Soap is all that the'
fondest of fond mothers do-
siresforc lean sing,preserving
and purifying the skin,scalp,
hair and hands (if infantsand
children. Guaranteed abso-
lutely pure and may be used-
from the hour of birth.
Depot*' I-ondnn, T
Rue la P i* INittel
1). a. A.. Soio Propa.
pains every month, Indicate seri-
ous female disease, likely to be-
come dangerous, II not promptly
treated. A medicine Is needed
which acts directly on tbe wo-
manly organs, such as
A scientific medicine,
Ing of pure, vegetable ingredients,
which, according to the testimony
of thousands who have used it, win
relieve your pains, regulate your
functions, build up your strength,
and cure the disease which ia Bal-
ing up your vitality. Try it.
At all Druggists 0
WRITE lor Free Advice, statin*
JKft and <!<*<• rihi nvour pvmptoma. to
.ariies Adviaory Dept.. riiattanooc*
ledicine Co., Chattanooga, Tena.
The vineyard area of Frauce in 1S06
was 4.195,500 acres yielding a wine
production of 1,375.774,921 gallons. '
Production has steadily increased
since 1900, when it was 1,779,207,5GS
That an article may be good as woll
as cheap, and give entire satisfaction,
Is proven by the extraordinary sale of
Defiance Starch, each package con-
taining one-third more Starch linn
can be had of any other brand for the
Col. Silas W. Hurt, who waa re-
cently elected president of the Civil
Service Reform association, was
naval officer under the first Grant ad-
rll.Ka (TRED IK • TO l« DAY*.
PAZO I'lNTMKNT Is B inri.i l. id I,, , i,rr unt i >.
• ■ r I if ti n. . Ililml. Illri-dlnn 1.1 I'nnruUInt I'll.. Ill
i. to 14 du *■ oi iiuiuey rtfunrird. b0o.
An elevator pomotimes enables a
man to rise to the orcaKloc.
!*r«. Wlnalow'a Month In* Nvrnp.
For rhlidreo teething, •uftcim thegutan. romicea la*
flammaiuin, allay• pain,curr* wtml colli; Viftc • bottla.
Knockeri* get big audiences, but no
You Pay lOo.
Not ao Cood.
F.P.LEWIS Peoria, III]
the paM f«*w yr.-tr*teatt
I fy to the fact that Cana*
i — «la >s, beyond (juration
the greatest f uming land in the world.
of wheat from the. harvest of 1906 meana |w4
money to the farmern of Western Canada whea
the world haa to be fed. Cattle Raining, Dairy*
iiiR and Mixed Farming nte al*o profitable calk
ings. Coal, wood and water in abandaaoal
rhurrhcM and arhool* convenient; roarketa eaay
of acceaa. Taxea low.
For advice and information address the 8upt^
intendent of Immigration. Ottawa, Canada, ot
any authorized Canadian Government Aaeafc
1. S. CRAWFORD, No. I2S W. Niatk M
Kinta, City, Mimori.
HOE!!',!! OUR SERVICES
Bend for booklet. Mil O B. HTKVKNB A CO.,
•00 Ittli 8t.. arlington. I). UntnrlinM at
Chicago, ( If v,-Innil aud l>etroit. K*tan. IMt.
Its columns should Insist" upon having
outalna a chon-i
_.>llacUor of nt'cd
Mnlh rlear dim-
ttona for cultivat-
ing each variety.
J. J. It. ti&EUUKI a so.*, lUrblobea4« Haa*.
! jtocmto eleotrotypes
W. N. U., WICHITA, NO. 9, 1907.
DEFIANCE Cold Water Stan*
aiakes laundry work pieaauxo. £•■ pk|
You Look Prematurely Old
' Wh arini*. aray naira. Ilea LA OSIOLK " HAIR RESTORER. Prloo, tl.OOt retail.
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