The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 4, 1902 Page: 6 of 8
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A BENEFIT TO FARMERS.
The benefits that will undoubtedly
result to farmers from the recent In-
corporation of the International Har-
vpster Company which took over the
business of the five leading harvester
manufacturers have probably not
been considered by a large portion of
the farming community.
The economical necessity of a con-
Bolidation of the interests of manufac-
turers and those of their farmer cus-
tomers must be apparent to any one
who understands tho present situa-
The Increased and increasing cost
of material, manufacturing and sell-
ing—the latter in consequence of ex-
treme and bitter competition between
manufacturers and their several sell-
ing agents—has made the business
The two alternatives left for the
manufacturers were either the in-
creasing of the prices of machines or
the reduction of the cost of manufac-
ture and sahes. The latter could only
be accomplished by concentrating the
business in one company.
As can readily be seen, the forming
of the new company was not a stock
jobbing operation but a centering of
mutual interests. There is no watered
stock; the capitalization is con-
servative and represented by actual
aud tangible assets. There is no
Btock offered to the public, it having
all been subscribed and paid for by
the manufacturers and their associ-
The management of the Interna-
tional Harvester Company is in the
hands of well known, experienced
The officers are: President, Cyrus
H. McCormick; Chairman Executive
Committee, Charles Deering; Chair-
man Finance Committee, George W.
Perkins; Vice-Presidents, Harold F.
McCormick, James Deering, Wm. H.
Jones and John J. Glessner; Secre-
tary and Treasurer, Richard F. Howe.
The members of the Board of Direct-
ors are as follows: Cyrus Bentley,
William Deering, Charles Deering,
James Deering, Eldridge M. Fowler,
E. H. Gary, John J. Glessner, Richard
F. Howe, Abram M. Hyatt, William H.
Jones, Cyrus H. McCormick, Harold
F. McCormick, George W. Perkins,
Norman B. Ream, Leslie N. Ward,
Paul D. Cravath.
The International Harvester Com-
pany owns five of the largest harves-
ter plants in existence. The Cham-
pion, Deering, McCormick, Milwaukee
and Piano—plants that have been
producing nearly or quite 90 per cent
of the harvesting machines of the
It also owns timber and coal lands,
blast furnaces and a steel plant; it
has a new factory in the process of
construction in Canada.
It. is believed that the cost of pro-
ducing grain, grass and corn harvest-
ing machines will be so reduced that
the present low prices can be con-
tinued. and that consequently the re-
sults cannot be otherwise than bene-
ficial to the farmer. To maintain the
present prices of these machines
means to continue and increase the
development of the agriculture of the
world, for no one cause has contribut-
ed or can contribute more to this de-
velopment than the cheapness of
machines for harvesting grains.
DR. J. C. BROWN ^ rrnctlce I.lmlted to
Wichita, Kuns. E.ve.Ear, Nosa ti Throat.
Stops the Cougii ami
Works Oft' the Colli
Laxative Hrocu Quinine Tablets. Price25c.
How little an unmarried man knows
about dressmakers! The lucky dog!
I do not believe Plso's Cure ror Consumption
has an equal for coughs and colds.— JonN F
Borau, Trinity Springs, lad., Fob. i5, 1900.
The tie that binds—the hangman's
IIall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price, 75c.
In nine cases out of ten when you
feel tough it's your liver.
"Npw good digestion waits on appetite,
and health on both."
If it dosen't, try Burdock Blood Bitters.
Those who have disagreeable news
to tell you always find you in.
Learning How to Defend Long Isl-
and Sound and Newport.
HIGGINSON MAKES ATTACK.
Newport, R. I., Sept. 1.—The night
before the battle found the array of de-
fense in the several ports between Net/
Bedford and the east entrance to Long
Islapd Sound, practically in readiness
to repel the attack of the hostile fleet,
under the command of Admiral Iliggin-
son. The only thing that remained
was the additional armament on both
sides, the Massachusetts heavy artillery
for the shore and the Massachusetts
Connecticut and New York naval mil-
itia for the fleet. These organizations
arrived Saturday afternoon. The ar-
tillery was at once distributed among
the posts at the entrance of Narragan-
sett Bay, and at New Bedford. As to
the navai militia, the gunboats May-
flower and Scorpion were in readiness*
These boats left immediately for sea
and militia was distributed among the
vessels of the fleet. The fleet of Ad-
miral Higginson disappeared from the
coast sometime Satnrday night.
Major General Mac Arthur was re-
ceived at Fort Adams and a long con-
sultation was had at headquarters. A
large number of signal stations, reach-
ing from Fort Adams along the south-
ern end of Rhode Island, which is prac-
tically the city of Newport, have been
established by the army. The stations
were all in telephonic communication
witli headquarters at Fort Adams. A
wireless telegraph system was estab-
lished0betwcen Fort Adams and tho
main land and also with the forts on
Canonicut island and Dutch island—
Fort Wetherill on the former and Fort
Greble on the latter. The main re-
liance of the army of defense in this
vicinity is the searchlight station at
Price's Neck, very close to the life sav-
ing station. It is hoped that this sta-
tion will be able to pick up, by means
of its powerful light, any vessels of the
enemy. It is also a very desirable
point and may be the scene of an at-
tack, with the object of cutting the
To Protect Prairie Chickens.
Topeka, Sept. 2.—The wholesale
slaughter of prairie chickens in West-
ern Kansas for the markets has brought
forth a demand that the next legisla-
ture pass a law prohibiting the ship-
ment of prairie chickens out of the
state; also prohibiting their slaughter
for the markets within the state. "The
number of chickens slaughtered for the
markets is enormous," said .T, E. Jtin-
kin, of Sterling. "One dealer in my
town has shipped over 500 dozen. Two
other dealers have shipped as many.
The game goes mostly to Kansas City."
ttonnett Makes a Itaid.
Muskogee, I. T., Sept. 2.—United
States Marshal Hennett single-handed,
raided a gambling den, arrested eleven
men and secured a crap table, stud
poker outfit, klondike table and other
gambling paraphernalia. He held the
men in the room until he seut for as-
sistance, when they were removed to
jAl. The paraphernalia was burned in
the. streets. The raid was so unex-
pected that not a man attempted to
escape. They had hardly recovered
from their surprise before the four big
deputies, sent for by the marshal, ar-
Woman's way to health. Homo
treatment. K«<n<l for fr«*e booklet.
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PRIESTS OF PALLAS PARADE,
Niqmt of octobbk 7.
It won't oost much for there are
Reduced Rates on all Railroads.
MADE IN BLACK OSVTUOW ,
ON 5ALP EYERYWNERE
SHOWING' FULL UNE 0^
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W.N.U.—WICHITA—NO. 3Q —190 2
When Answering Advertisements Kindly
Mention Thi Paper.,
Should' always carry a bottle oT n
MORLEY'S WONDERFUL EIGHT, the >
Greatest Pain Killer and Quick Relief
on Earth. It will save you Sickness aud
Iain and may Save vour life.
Sold by all Druggists,
Mr. S. Ratekin, Wisdom, ^
Mont., says: "Send me 2, bottles of >
Morlky's Wonderful Eight." Wc are loo >
miles from doctor or druggist and know Won
derful Eight to be the be.t everyday, general '
Family Medicine for all purposes that we can use "
ANOTHER LIFE SAVED.
Mr. L. L. House, Moorcroft, Wyo., says; "An H
old man here took very sick and the doctors /A
gave him up. A few doses of Mob-
^lky's Wonderful Eight saved
him from the grave.
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FOR MAN OR BEAST
Tho Standard Linimunt for tho Stable and for tho Hovisehold, The best ®
remedy possible for Rhevimo-tlsm, La.meness, Spra.lrvs. o^r.d Brxiisos. Q
LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
"New Rival" 'Leader" '"Repeater'
jg]F you are looking for reliable shotgun am-
munition, the kind that shoots where you
point your gun, buy Winchester Factory
Labor Difficult Ion Settled.
Topeka, Aug. 30.—J. W. Kendrick,
third vice president of the Sauta Fe,
officially inspected the shops of that
road here. Mr. Kendrick expressed
himself as being well satisfied with the
conditions. All labor difficulties here
have beeu settled.
Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with
Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded
with Smokeless.' Insist upon having Winchester
Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.
ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
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Everton, H. G. The Record. (Noble, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 4, 1902, newspaper, September 4, 1902; Noble, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc106242/m1/6/: accessed September 20, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.