The Dover News. (Dover, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 52, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 29, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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Union of America
Mattm /Especial Moment to
?l>e Progressive Agriculturist
S when 5
® Buying 3
C Powder a
0 For this is |
£ the baking §
p powder that ft
g 'makes the §
a baking better." *
r It leavensthe food ^
U e ven I yr throughout; ■
■ puffa h p to airy •
ff fight net* makes it g
g d( light I l> appetU- £
g ing and wholesome. ^
* Remember. Calumet m
" is moderate in price ■
t —highest in quality. ■
® Ask your grocer for ®
ff Calumet. Don't take B
fl a substitute. §
nndc t;iiod first you won t
scared a hundred time? |
ate he is burt.
Some people look on the bright
side of nothing but a hand mirror.
Don't 'set out to be a nubbin so (
small that uobody will shuck you.
Whether or not a cow is an asset j
or a liability depends upon the cow
A boy on the farm Is worth two in |
the city—especially at chore-time.
The trouble with the farmer is that
he lias learned so tuuch that isn't so I
A woman purrs at being termed a
kitten, but scratches when called
ti > thing in th
tabling bill are
is all the difference tn th
sport and a sports- |,e(? y
afraid a lew of
aies of the antl-i
cry anxious to i
would be more t
brother, if you
place, and see t
yours, who left hotu
ago to save the count
world give you a "squ
could just see that s:
assuming his duties <
how doolie, how Inoffensive, a
uncertain he is. Uuable to sa,
or "No" to anything, he prom
I give it his "careful consld<
and "thoughtful attention,' in*
his hearty endorsement and
I support, as his speeches on tin
world betwecu - — - , ,t |a aBtonj8hlng how
m0n . , jealousv and envy exists among
The best advertisement of a farm |
tt baking po
is thriftily kept farm buildings and
| Always think twice before you
speak once, and then be sure you tall:
"Not less expenditure, hut larger re
suits," should be the watchword of
The sooner we base our taxation
on land values the sooner will unjus'
Lots of people don't seem to know
the difference between resignation
Where the public Is gullible the
grafter and the money he Is after are
Doubtless it was alfalfa Nebuchad
nezzar lived on during that seven
years he ate grass.
Those who hang around the coun-
try store the longest usually give their
cows the poorest care.
FARMER COMING TO HIS OWN
President Barrett Writes Interesting
Letter on Conditions Concerning
i To Officers and Members of the Farm
I ers' Union:
The farmers have Just laid on the
| shelf the only senator from the south
who voted against the anti-gambling
jblll. Hacked by the cotton exchanges,
he left the big
How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, 111.,
Escaped The Sur-
Peoria, 111. — •* I wish to let everyone
know what Lydia E.l'inkham'sVegetable
impound has done
I sullVred. The doc-
tor said 1 had a tumor
ind the only remedy
was the surgeon's
knife. My mother
bought me Lydia E.
ble Compound, and
today 1 am a well and
«v Jj healthy woman. For
^"months 1 suffered
from inflammation, and your Sanative
Wash relieved me. I am glad to tell
anyone what your medicines have dono
for me. You can use my testimonial in
any way you wish, and I will be glad
INCREASE IN NUMBER
GOING TO CANADA
of all gt
tills up to $101,1
still in the farmer
worth at le
bushels of oa
ley and flax, \
x, which would run into sev-
iou of dollars.
is a great inrush of settlers
to occupy the vacant lands through-
out Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
berta. The reports from the Govern-
In the south
| Chest Pains
Sloan's Liniment is an ex-
cellent remedy for chest and
throat affections. It quickly
relieves congestion and in-
flammation. A few drops
in water used as a gargle is
antiseptic and healing.
" I have used Sloan's I
ir ,and can testily to i
iciency. 1 have used it for sue iuiimi.
Hip, laine back and rheumatism ana
every case it gave instant relief."
is excellent for sprains and
bruises. It stops the pain
at once and reduces swell
ing very quickly.
Sold by all dealers.
Prico. 25c.., 50cm, $I.OO
with a big majority; but the boyi in , campnlgn He |B a(
i the country had been furnished his , liark up in his
i record, and they did the rest. A few ,
follows "excused," like this one was.
; will do our cause more pood than any
thing else that can be done. It is evl i
; dence seen and felt that you are "on
the job." The average politician re-
spects nothing but the power of the J
ballot. It is up to the farmer to ju .
diclously exercise that power
The biggest joke of the age in the |
Umind of the average politician is the
fAmerican fanner. It is only when
' thoroughly shaken up and aroused to
exercise his power that the politician
begins to believe that he is in dead
earnest. An illustration is the defeat
of the senior senator from the Peli-
can state. Even the most self confl-
1 dent senator at the head of the most
Important committee, secured by the
: caste rule of seniority, does not refuse
to listen to election returns. The ef
feet of election returns are so elec-
! trical that one man actually said to
me with an anxious look: "Are you
fellows gunning for us?"
Let the good work go on. You are
not seriously considered until you
knock the "stuffing" out of some-
It i humiliating to come here and
Earl S. Sloan
nibers of this august
poslte political parties, of c
it In for each othqr, but the most
contemptible, measly, egotistical sen
sltlvene8s can be seen by the close
observer, affecting every member of
the same party. But who would ex
pect the house to be jealous of the
senate and the senate jealous of the
house; and thai a crowd of farmers,
who hope to get joint co-operation on
your measures, must have greater
diplomatic tact than a Tallyrand to
overcome this ridiculous, absurd relic ,
of snobbish caste and senile priorityT
Another phase of the difficulty to,
he overcome In discussing the merits)
of the measures we are advocating, 1st
the ever-present question in the rnindl
of the congressman. "How will this) |
affect my political future." rather) |
than, "How beneficial it will be to thej
country?" And right here, he strad ) j
dies the "pork barrel" as the only)
means of safe navigation back to thei j
Poor "old porker," what a load to
j Notwithstanding this deplorable
state of affairs it is good to know that
there are a number of statesmen here
—statesmen in the true t-etige ol the
word—men w ho are earnestly trying to
I My brethren. I tfotild not for any
i consideration be unlair to your con
' -ressman. There is a reason for this
I change In his attitude toward the
' [uestlons which he discussed in his
He is afraid you will not
aggressive tight for your interests He
knows that the great special Interests
of the country will take care of him
if ne fights against them or refuses to
rasp against them This situation
makes hfm doubt In his own mind
what course to pursue to save himself
from defeat at your hands that he
may continue to be your servant.
Many a congressman, no doubt, has
tossed on his pillow at night trying
to decide what course to pursue, with
n earnest desire In his heart to do
the right thing, but he knows that
If he fights your battles, he must get
your support, and he has seen so1
many come here and make these good
fights for you, and go down to defeat
at your hands, that he hesitates to
trust your loyally—and this is the
tragic part of the story.
j If you want your congressman to be
| what he really desires to be—your
j lriend. youj defender, your advocate—
i you should prove your loyalty to him
i lor his devotion to your cause, If he
I proves himself worthy, and stand by
j him In every conflict—this will give
| him courage. it will make him aggres-
I sive, it will make him determined,
and It will encourage young men who
to answer letters.M— Mrs. CHRISTINA
Reed, 105 Mound St., Peoria, 111.
Mrs. Lynch Also Avoided
Jessup, Pa. — "After the birth of my show that during th
fourth child, 1 hail severe organic intlam- upwards of 131,000 Arnett
mation. I would have such terrible pains
that it did not seem as though I could
stand it This kept up for three long
months, until two doctors decided that
an operation was needed.
4 4 Then one of my friends recommended
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound and after taking it for two months
I was a well woman. "—Mrs. Josfcll'H A.
Lynch, Jessup, Pa.
Women who suffer from female ills
should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
ble Compound, one of the most success-
ful remedies the world has ever known,
before submitting to a surgical opera-
AVegtffafole Preparation lor \
\imiUiluVjJ Hk* V'ood atwl Rcgula '
itwgthr Stowadtt and Bowel* of j
Promotes Digestion,Cherrful |
nessarulRcM Contains neither
Opium.Morphine njr Mineral
\i > T \ \N < « I I <
For Infa :fs nnd ChiPrrn.
The Kind You Have
border into Canada. A great many
of these took up farms, over ten thou-
sand having homesteaded. In fact the
records show that every state in the
Union contributed. A larger number,
not caring to go so far away as the
homesteadlng area, have purchased
lands at from fifteen dollars an aero
to twenty-live dollars an acre. The
prospects for a good crop for 1912
are as satisfactory as for many years.
The land has had sufficient moisture,
and with a reasonably early spring, it
is safe to predict a record crop.
Those who have not had the latest
literature sent out by the Government
Apcrftvl Remedy forOonslipa
(ton sour Stomach I)iarrho
ness and Loss OF SLLLi*
Fai Smiilc Signature of
E CENTAL!! I OMPAM
I he l-'oodai*
Exact Copy of Wrapp
HER WELL-MERITED REPROOF agents should Stnd to the one nearest.
■ ■kit *i and secure a copy.
Rebuke of Boston Teacher Must Al-
most Have Broken the Heart of
Little Sammy Parker.
A well-known educator tells of a'
school of advanced Ideas In Boston,
wherein no pupil is ever punished In |
any way, the Individuality of every
child being held too sacred for repres-
One day, it appears, soon after her
entrance into this school, one little
girl came home with a face wet with
tears and her mouth covered with
The mother was greatly alarmed,
and, taking the child into her arms,
asked what had happened.
The story of what had happened
was sobbed out to the sympathetic
mother. One Sammy Parker, it
seemed, had struck the little girl and
knocked out a couple of teeth.
When the unfortunate youngster had
been restored to equanimity her fa-
ther. who liad in the meantime put In
an appearance, naturally enough want-
to know how the teacher had dealt
"She didn't do anything"
"Well, what did she say?"
"She called Sammy to her desk and
said: 'Samuel, don't you know that
was very antisocial?' "—Harper's Mag-
When Mamma Failed to Beam.
A little girl, who attracted all the
passengers on the tram car with her
singular sweetness, was asked by a
lady who sat next to her: "And did
Santa Claus bring you a dolly at
"Yes. indeed," said the little girl,
and all the passengers smiled, while
the mother beamed at the attention
her child was receiving.
"He brought me two dolls," contin-
ued the child to the strange lady, "and,
do you know, the hair on one of my
dolls' heads comes right off—just like
And every one smiled again, but the
mother did not beam.
Rubbing It In.
The sad-looking man approached |
the city editor.
"I was sent up here to whip you,"
stated the visitor, as he produced a
clipping. "See what you said about
my wife this morning."
The city editor read: "Mrs. Griffin
served a dirty luncheon."
"The word was 'dainty,' sir. when
my wife wrote It," explained the vis-
itor. "Now read further."
The city editor read: "Mrs. Grif-
fin was gowned In asdarfolqafgwarkgf
halufrfluawmyo890tarmana - Ujpjafmo
"Now," said the visitor, "my wife
does not mind the Insult passed upon
the luncheon, but you must retract
that libel on her gown."
I'OHN S t
iiml 110 U
JPOHM MEDICAL CO
"t-xposed." 50 ccnts unit Si '
little*, it all K<>nd tlruKglstH, horse
l y the manufacturer*.
Cht'miitt and Bacteriologists. GOSHEN. IN0 .
Bee how little is thought of the farm- j reaUj, wau| t0 do
something for their
felloe men, to enter politics and be1
among those who were described by!
ng apostles be."
C. S. BARRETT.
Farmers' Store Coins Money.
and how he Is talked about
some of these wise guys. Let us
give you a sample. A short while ago.
three congressmen met In a room at
the capitol and began a discussion of
the $75,000,000 pension appropriation.
One remarked that he had cast his
vote according to the "dictates of his
conscience." Another spoke tip and
said: "Stop right now—there Is no
use of your lying to yourself about it.
I voted for the appropriation to catch
j tiie old scldier vote and so did you. 1
have voted for every crowd that came
along that had any votes lied to it,
and so did you; and I will continue to
do so and so will you; and there is no
1 use in lying to each other behind
; ^closed*doors about it." Another who
had dropped In. seemed curious to
know when the limit of this cohesive
! political purchase of class support on i a iumber yard
; election day would be reached. The
answer was volunteered that it would I
! last until "Old Rube at the plow," who | Common Sense Farming,
is not getting much and paying the
11 ! ,ax biI1- "wakes UP " AI1 of which re-
1 he VV retchedness ' lnda me of a conversation Which I
I haii in the city with a man of national
reputation, who was given to flatter-
ing and cajoling the people, arraying
class against class and arousing pre-
judices. I asked him why he fed such
"rot" to the people as he did. He
' replied: "Why. the damn fools like
In and Out of Boston.
There is a sign In Boston which
reads as follows:
"Washing and ironing and going out
to work taken in here!"—Woman's
Saving a Desperate Man.
"Why did you get engaged to Har-
ry? You swore that you would never. •
never, have anything to do with such J
"Yes, dear, I know I did. But—well. |
I wouldn't have accepted him if h«
hadn't made such a perfectly dreadful
"Oh! That old stall about rushing
out and committing suicide?"
"No, worse than that."
"But any of those threats are bluffs.
I suppose he said he'd kill the next
man who called on you, eh?"
"No no! I've heard that before.
Dearie, he threatened that if 1 did not
accept him he'd go and propose to you.
And I believe he would have done It,
too—he was perfectly desperate!"
"What makes you think our great
public men don't work as hard as they
"By the photographs." replied Far-
mer Corntossel. "When I was a
young feller the big men in politics
didn't take near as much time to git
shaved and have their hair cut."
HERE IT IS-
' your rotigh, soft wood floor* tho •ppear-
r a nee of the ti nest oak onea, do away with
unsanitary carpeta, lighten houarwork,
make a beautiful wainacotlng, in fact
change an old houso Into a new one and
yet be within easy reach of everybody'#
Think of It—a perfect imitation of
oak, made <>f materials aa dumbl"* M
Iron and put up in rolls at a moderate
Is made of ail indestructible felt ba*e beautifully c-ol-
oifd und (miinod by n special procw-.- , made possible by u
recent discovery. It is protected with it triple coating of
vuniMi which receives tho brunt of the wear.
Gat-va-iiitc Flooring is easy to kcop clean,
nnd will not crack, peel or Mister. In ubaolutely
damp-proof, vermin-proof, odorless and Htinitury.
Makes warm floors in winter and smaller fuel
Put up in rolls inches wide. Fold in any
quantity by all first cluss dealers. Ask your
dealer for (iul-vu-nite Mooring or send to us for
samples and a beautifully illustrated booklet.
FORD MANUFACTURING CO.
St. PbuI, Ofluhi. ChlcmfO, Kama* City. St. LouU.
Relics of Barberism.
Hewitt—Speaking of relics of bar ;
Jewett—I noticed them; you ought I
to shave yourself.
Insult to Injury.
"How dare you throw that snowball
at me like that?"
"I didn't, sir. I threw It at that
funny ole woman who's wiv yer!"—
I London Opinion.
Mrs. Knicker—John never remem-
bers to mall my letters.
Mrs. Hocker—Perhaps he is cut out
for a statesman.
Opening for business on August 17,
1911, and declaring a dividend of 20
per cent at a meeting Just held, the
Farmers' Co-operative store of i'abor,
Iowa, shows a remarkable growth and ((I?T MAtABIA
succesful business The capital stock an 11 Hii'Ln.I P TilE RTSTrM
, , Take tb« Old Htandard OROV its lASlKl b.x
is $29,000, all paid up. The company chill tonic " "
first opened a grocery
I ed a meat market Soon it will open f';
The microbe of love Is often ■'cstroy-
ed by the germ of suspicion.
jSJO1-? CEDAR SHBNGLES
just the thing to repair your roof or put on
:l new °ne' a®eclcc' by rain, snow,
m hail, sunshine, heat or cold and will last a
lifetime Write for circular and passon their
Kail road to Seaside Shingle Mill, Everett, W« h.
years i. .
White BonanzaOatswon the world's
prize of $500.00 offered by the
American Agriculturist for the
heaviest yielding oats.
yield* r^nglritf (rum hu tu 2'.« tiusli<-l«
p«r Hire. Doea well everywhere, no
no particular aa to colls and cUmei.
For 10c Stamp We Mail
A package of our Famous Oats, together
with a lot of othei
Strong Healthy Women
If a woman is strong and henlthy in a womanly way, moth-
erhood means to her but little suffering. The trouble liee
in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and
disease ol the distinctly feminine onanism and arc unfitted
for motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women.
It acts directly on the delicate and important
organs concerned it motherhood, making them
healthy, strong* vigorous, virile and elastic.
Can quickly be overcome by
—act surety and
gently on Jlhe
ness, and 1 ndigestion. They do their duty.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICfc.
Genuine must bear Signature
We have no business to go in debt
for ordinary farm supplies. We ought
to grow our own supplies, keep out of
debt, and get all that we are obliged
to buy at the lowest prices for cash.
Such a course means common sense
farming, all other kinds being non-
j .-ense farming.
Time is incalculably long, and every
day is a vessel into which very much
may bo poured, if one will really fill
ToardrukK w>'' r.-uind
Ml-NT 1.1 IS to run. any.
Bieodiu* or Frotrodina 1'ile
of Itching, Ml Hid.
j 14 auys. hOo.
Hope is a good thing to have, but
you can't hang It up with the three-
—other stsrrtirtS onl* 13 ounces—«*nic price and
• 'DEFIANCE* 18 SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Economy Is the slogan of this con-
gress In proof of this, when we men
tlon such measures you want, they po
litely refer to that mollycoddle stunt
they cut of reducing the number of
girl stenographers in order to econo-
mize, but they do not mention the
proposed $75,000,000 pension appro-
priation. Neither do they say any-
thing about how they increased the
number of members of an already un
wleldy house, at an enormous addi-
Yes, It Is great statesmanship, and
shows wonderful advances along eco-
nomic lines to buy votes with mil-
if dollars appropriations. But
the vote of you who
Keep the Cotton Money.
It is the money that we can put In
the bank that we ought to be inter-
ested in. A cotton crop makes a big
Income, but the big outgo for feed and
food usually more than balances the
big income. Living at home will
keep the cotton money at home that
now leaves us to make other sections
of this country exceedingly wealthy.
Diversify or Starve.
LEWIS' Single Hinder costs more than
other 5c cigar-. Made of extra quality
"Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the
period of expectancy and makes huby's advent easy and
almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine
organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women havo
testified to its marvelous merits.
It Makes Weak Women Strong. It Makes Side A omen H e//.
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as * just
as good." Accept no secret nostrum in place of this non-secret remedy. It
contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious
drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots.
A Painful Occasion.
"What is the trouble next door?"
"Little Tommy Tibbies Is giving a
coming out bawl."
"A coming out ball? I don't under-
"His father has Just released him
after a short session in the wood
BUY "RANCH KING" SADDLES
DIRECT FROM MAKER
Our guarantee barked by twenty years' business
( ntnlogue. 150 styles, free. Hend for ttdver-
tlrdiiK leather watch foba, 10 cts., wortli Cta
dodson saddlery co.
Northern Grown. Garden and Field. Alfalfa,
Red Clover, Blue Grass, Clay County White
Cornand Eclipse Yellow Corn. Poultry Sup-
plies. Qatalogfree. Send today for low prices.
Missouri Seed Co., 960 Liberty St.. Kansas City, Mo.
$265^5 Boudoir Player Piano
AgenU for Angelus and A Utopia not. Write us.
The Eberhardt-Hays Music Co., Wichita. Kansas.
THE HOME8EEKEKS' BEST CHANCE
For Official InformaUon, write to
h'jkeau agriculture. helen a, mont
Brown's Bronchial Troches
Some married men look upon home
as a place to rest—and some others
get anything but a rest while there.
Mm. Wfnslow'a Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, aoftenn the gumH, reduces inflnmma
tiou, allayn |>aiA. curea wtud colic, 26c a boille
His Flowerlike Way.
Mrs. Glvem—How do you shovel off
Weary Willie—I stick me head
above it like the crocus, mum.
Many a high flyer has no knowledge
of aerial navigation.
Knicker—Thought Jones bou
i Rocker—Yes. but after the
I came in he called it a runup.
W. N. U.. WICHITA, NO. 9-1912.
Diversify and get independent of
the boll weevil und the credit system. |
Grow all cotton and remain a slave
and the boll weevil will likely cause
Ptarvation to stare us In the face.
Death Lurks In A Weak Heart
M Your* to fluttering or WMk, in* "RCNOVINE." Mad* by Van VI***-Ma«*fl*M Drug Co., Mamph!*, T*nn. Maa S1J*
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