The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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SALE OF CALOMEL
•'Dodson's Liver Tone" is Taking Place of Dangerous,
Q'ckening Chemical, Say Druggibts
Call of the Great Outdoors
GUINEAS FAVOR FREE RAMGE
Fowls Can Be Depended Upon to Pick
Up Considerable Portion of
Every druggist In town hua noticed
t< great fulling <>iT in t lit? salt of
calomel. They all pive the sanie rea-
son. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking
"Calomel Is dangerous and people
know It." Podson'a Liver Tone Is per-
sonally guaranteed by every drujorlfet
who sells It A large bottle doesn't
cost very much but If It fails to give*
easy relief In every case of liver sliijr-
gishnoss and constIpatIon, Just ask
for your money back.
Podson'a Liver Tone 1« a pheasant-
tasting, purely vegetable remedy.
hurmlesH to both children and adults.
Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine; no biliousness, Hick head-
ache, acid stomach or constipated
bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause In-
convenience all the next day like vio-
lent calomel. Take a dose of calomel
today and tomorrow you will feel
weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose
!Pr«'par- 1 hy
« k frt
Oklahoma Directory Look for This Emblem
.. .— When You Get Glasses
Neatly done -- finest workmanship. Also
your Old Clothes Cleaned and Preuril
to look like new Wrap in paper, send
parcel post; we do the rest promptly.
~ . 470 NORfH
mn i.vn'M".'-rrr city
farm at all times, aud tin
keep the birds strong and v. gonitis.
Purine tli« winter the breeders should
have been fed a grain mixture of corn,
wheat and oats twice a day, and where
no green feed was available, vege-
tables, such : s potatoes, turnips, beets
bud cabbage. Animal feed is essen-
tial to best results and can lie supplied
h> feeding meat scrap or sk'.iumed
milk. Given free range, where the sup-
ply of natural feed during the win-
'ASSOC «.\ll( )N
It is your guarantee of efficiency,
and the holder of same is backed
kodak films developed tfie slate Op'ometrical Assn.
The OPTOMETRIST ALONE
has proved his ability to properly
fit your eyes with glasses, by pass-
jasper sipes company in8 the Oklahoma State Optom-
19' a W. Majn, Oklahoma City
Dealer! in School, Church Furniture, Opera
Print* or nnialler, 4c:
bfl a 4 •
rjhwJ} 6r Ak.-mIh for Kntttiuan Kmluit Ch
yjf THK MAC AItTIII It COMI'ANV
Hj53s Korni.-iiy Wentf-11 I>ruK 'o.
** - 71,^ it'dw*y. Oklaiutma City. Okln.
Chairs, School Suppli
Call or write tor prices
I endnr & I amps Co.
Onr mpetilaliW'N Impairing
Imiky, suiasliitd-up and frozen
Wo (1i> not plug lubes, but
* •> replace ola tunes wit h new
tubes VJO'4 \\ . Second 8t.
There la No Subalitute for Ituller. Ask your
Krooery for MfelAUOVV UU'i<li W<- ui*" af-
ford you nn outlet fur your CKEAM. If we
are not rt'preiu-nted In your town, whip to
um direct, or write uh for <|U.itat ion*
ItKATKlt ft (ItK.AMF.HV < O.
Okliiliomu City Oklahoma
A full line of parts at whol-nalo price*
Anything electrical for Uai or Auto Untctues
I'KCNTY STORAtiF. IVXTTF.ItV CO.
ill W. Main Oklahoma City. Okla.
etry Board and is the only
ALL KINDS BUILDING MATERIALS
Pii.. W.I..I 731
Standards,Roofinj 4 Material Co.
530 S.c.rlty Bid*. t&T"]" * |
Owns Ranches and Uses It in
Preference to Trains and
PLANS TOP TO NEW YORK
California Wcman Invites Her Friends
Out for Air Flight Just as One
Would for Ride in Motor—
Makes Record Trip.
-The day of air t
pitch ranch nnd a system of lighting
has been Installed so that night land-
ings enn be made. Slu* has attempted
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The forest regions of the I'nlted States are the great vacation playgrounds of the American people, millions of
t *r and early spring are ample, as It ! wjloni v -It them each summer in search of outdoor spurt aud enjoyment. Here Is a typical scene in one of the favor-
usually Is in the southern portion of ne camping regions.
the United States, the guineas can be _ ~
left to pi« k up a considerable purt of
their feed, say poultry specialists of
the United States department of Agri-
culture. Free access to grit, charcoal,
and oyster shell Is necessary through-
out the breeding season. Avoid hav-
ing the breeders too fat, but keep them
In good, tinn flesh.
Like quail and most other wild birds,
guinea fowls in their wild state mate
In pairs, and this tendency prevails
among domesticated guineas, also, pro-
vided the males and females are equal
in number. As the breeding season
approaches, one pulr after another sep-
arates from the remainder of the flock
and ranges off in the fields in search
of a suitable nesting: place. Once
mated this way, the male usually re-
mains with his mate throughout the
laying season, standing guard some-
where near the nest while the hen is
laying, and ready to warn her of any
However, It is not necessary to mate j
them in pairs under domestic condl- I
tions to secure fertile eggs, and most
breeders keep but one male for every j
three or four females. When mated in j
this way the hens are more apt to lay j
near home, and several usually lay
; In the same nest, thus making it much
i easier to find the nests and gather the !
only a few night flights, but she says
1 she enjoys them quite us much as day
First on Record.
Mrs. Keddie expects to leave Iteno
soon to make a quick tour of her prop-
erties. Later this summer she expects
to take a vacation—an aerial vacation
in which she expects to fly by easy
stages from San Francisco to New
The trip Just made Is the first on
record in which two women flew over
the summit of the high range net ween
California and Nevada. Only one
other woman Is known to have taken
the same trip by air.
"Like it?" Said Mrs. Keddie. "Of
course I do. Who wouldn't? 1 would
not go back to railroad trains and their
fussy stops at tank towns for water,
or automobiles with their habits of
getting stalled for anything—unless,
you know, I could not go by airplane."
ONE X-RAY MENACE UNREAL
Rays Not Likely to Injure Persons in
Adjoining Rooms, Says
Can't F>nd Name for
VANEK, Furrier ou?*om?c"'oH..
Learn the Best Trade on Earth N-
Special low tuition, expert instructions. po-
sition truarante« «i, free catalog
Srliwarte System of lliirher ( ollrKf*
1 on \v. California Oklahoma City, Okla.
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINE
AND IRON WORKS
Engineers, Founders and Machinists
Grate Bars and Smokestacks
18 to 36 East Mam Street Oklahoma City. Okla.
Republic and Garford
Delco. Klaxon Remy. Auto Lite, North East
Part* and Service.
All Makes of Star'ers, Generators Repaired.
Metropolitan Electric Service Co
Phone Maple 83
Fifth at Robinion Oklahoma City, Okla.
While guineas can be kept In the
best breeding condition upon free
flilpi in w
If You Suffer From Any
Kind of LUNG TROUBLE
Consult Me at Once
In 9 years of eiperlence, I lia^e
not lost a single « aae who fol-
lowed my lost ruetiMM
DAVID B. TF.EM
HIGDON GRANITE COMPANY
1018-It,20 Wet Maia St.
Qnirrltri ami llanufarlurcrt or
^Mausoleums, Monuments and Tablets
80U direct from ynarry
Phone Walnut 72M • OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
It ail i ator de part irenti
Makers and Repairers
' Third St at Harvry, ')ppot<ite
i'ost OfflC'1 Phoar Walnut 2222
Oklahoma City, U. S. A.
Mill' I'M Vol It It A DIATOIW
For Best Results
St\ip Your Live StocK to
UVE STOCK COMMISSION CO., Inc.
Paid*np capital, flOO.OOO
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
SURELY DESTINED TO SHINE
Youth's First Performance an Assur.
ance of His Future Distinction
as an Architect.
A Chicago man stopped an architect
in the street.
"(iood morning, Ilarkins," sahi the
architect. "Are you thinking of build-
"No; I stopped you to Inquire
whether you could take my son into
your office as 1111 apprentice With
training I believe he would some day
prove n magnificent architect."
"He has shown some talent, lias
he?" asked the architect, glumly, for
he was disappointed at not getting an-
"Talent! Genius, sir; positive
"What has he done?"
"He designed a garden for our
"Well, what is there so remarkable
"Why," answered the father, "he de-
signed that garden for $S and it cost
What Did He Want?
Knhker "Saint Swithin is a wet
saint." Hocker i' ut he brings nolh
i 1 ig but water." New York Sun
limousines is here.
If you suddenly make tip your mind
you want to hop off* for anywhere
within gasolene range, merely call up
your air chauffeur and tell him to have
the ol' boat ready.
That is what Mrs. W. A. Keddie,
owner of a string of ranches In
Nevada, did tlie other day when she
decided to fly to Iteno.
Mrs. Keddie, who purchased the
plane some time ago, merely called
up her pilot and said, "I.et's go at two
o'clock." Then she called up her friend,
Mrs. Mazie Faulk of San Francisco
and asked her to go along. Mrs. I aulk
W. W. Williams, formerly of the
Royal Flying Corps of Canada, who
acts 11s pilot, had the motor turning
over when the two women, dressed in
flying togs, reached the Marina. As
soon ns the women hnd taken their ■
seats he stepped on the throttle and petired Preacher Writes a Book, Artist
Lynchburg, Va. — Fred O.
Slimier, father of 19 children,
IS of whom are living, 1ms, lie
says, run out of names and lie
Is asking his friends here to
suggest a name for the last, a
two-months-ohl boy. The eight-
eenth ehlld was named Thomas
Jefferson by former President
Woodrow Wilson at Mr. Skin-
ner's request two years ago.
Paris.- X-ray laboratories have be«4i
found to constitute but slight If ajy
danger to persons In adjacent rooms.
A report to the Academy of Medicine
held that* modern appliances and con-
ditions generally existing In X-ray
rooms sufficiently protect all but the
; The report was prepared by a com-
mission after recent reports to the
Academy that X-rays were a serious
menace to people In buildings housing
laboratories. It was contended that
the rays would penetrate walls with
j force enough left to cause serious in-
I Jury. Tills contention was found by
the commission to he 111 founded.
FIND FUN IN QUEER HOBBIES
Aged Kansas Men Enjoy Vaca-
tion Period of Life.
Guineas Can Be Confined if Necessary,
But They Do Best When Given Free
range, still they can he confined. If
necessary, anil satisfactory results ob-
tained. One extensive guinea raiser
has confined as many as 4f hens and
, 15 males in nn acre pen throughout the
breeding and laying season and been
successful. This pen is inclosed with
a wire fence five feet high, and the
! birds are prevented from Hying over
bv clipping the flight feathers of one
wing. Within the pen is a grass pas-
ture with hushes here and there where
the hens make their nests by scratch-
1 lug out a bowl-shaped hollow in the
I ground. The winters being severe, a
roosting shed Is provided, having a
Heated hoard reaching from the floor
1 to the roosts for the wing lipped birds
to walk up.
the big Standard J 1 plane, with a
: Curtiss K-0 motor, was on Its way.
I Mrs. Keddie, who acts as manager
fur her various ranches and calls
i Fallon, Nev., her home, purchased the
machine some time ago to fly between
her various ranches. She found It so
! successful that when she fount] it nec-
, essarv to return to Iteno In a hurry
Collects Bugs and Farmer
Takes Up Sculpture.
Topeka.—'The vacation period of life
—years well along toward the hori-
zon—has brought pleasant occupations
to three aged Kansas men. lla\lng
retired from active pursuits, each to-
she telegraphed to Fallon for the ma- i day is following the bent of his Incli-
chlne and stayed another day in San nations and declares he is enjoying his
finishing up business affairs. | pastime Immensely—one writing and
fields have been built at printing u book, another collecting ln-
Centenary of Mary Baker Eddy
It is probable fate
mines whether a 1111111 i
or not until after he is
EASY TO KILL
Ship Your tlve Stock
NATIONAL STOCK YARDS
HEADY FOR UNF HFTTFK THAN TRAl'8
Ptroctlons in l.s lanir«H«PH 1
Hatn MI<* v C*>«4m arh« p. "
(It strnjr f.xKl an<1 pivprrtj and n
St f urns K in.- Past*' foivos t heftO P^st
iruoi U>«« building f« r water and frt-sliair
and fl .ti. "Money back If It falls.'
lT 8. (hnrernmeut buya It.
The OMe t Chartered Chiroprac
tie College in the World
A rattier gn
Into one of our
other da> and,
i n lookln
GEESE GOOD GRAZING STOCK
Fowls Play Important Part in Util-
izing Waste Grain About Stables
and Feeding Pens.
Oees< have *in Important part In the
endless war on waste. They are In a
class with chickens in utilizing waste
grain about stables and feeding pens.
In a larger measure than chickens or
any other kind of poultry they are a
grazing stock, getting their living in
large part from the ordinary grasses
of the pastures, say poultry special-
ists of th United States Department
of Agriculture. When It is considered
that the demand for geese Is steady,
and extended over almost the whole
year, not confined to holidays, ns in
the case of turkeys, that geese excel
all other poultry as producers of fat,
the ImiMirtance of ceese in the poultry
scheme Is realized.
% ><■# ■£
(■roup of Christian Scit'iitlsts al tlie granite shaft at How, N. 11., where the
cxprciscs took place commemorating the one hundredth anniversary of the blrtii
of Mary Baker Kcldy, founder of the Christian Science faith.
sects, und the third ns a sculptor of
Dr. A. N. See, eighty, retired Meth-
odist preacher, who, with his wife,
lives in the Methodist Home for the
Aged In Topeka, has just completed a
history of the northwest Kansas con-
ference. He not only gathered the his-
torical data and wrote the manuscript
for a 1200-page book, but also printed
j the pages on a little hand press, and
bound the volumes. Doctor See was a
I pioneer circuit rider In the big north-
west Kansas conference, for many years
was superintendent of the district.
Karl Stecher, twenty, of Wichita,
artist and educator, chose to pursue
what he claims always has been his
hobby—collecting insects. An exten-
i slve collection, gathered and mounted
by Mr. Steelier, recently was displayed
In the show window of a Wichita hank.
It Includes specimens obtained by him
on his travels through six countries-
Switzerland, France, Italy, Turkey,
Canada and the United States.
Mr. Stecher was born In Oberklrch,
Germany, and came to America 48
Having made a comfortable fortune
farming since he came to tills country
with his father, 50 years ago from his
native Belgium, Charles DeLeye of
Kmmet devotes much of his time to
sculpturing and making unique stone
decorations for his house and lawn.
Some of these works, which include
a large stone gate arch, a decorative
wall, a huge basin surmounting a stone
base ten feet in diameter, are of mo-
saic design of varicolored stones set In
concrete and decorated with the sculp-
tor's chisel. The decorative wall Is 1127
feet long and Inlaid with more than
I two hundred kinds of rocks.
irk, hut Si
kind of a
Telephone Walnut 360
CilC m Camr. U 1. 0. C., Pin. ml
Gn, tr i baas, IL I.. Iftii <ad l«v Sail
Mnth Street, OkJfchom* City, Okla.
to timl what
"Well, said the youth. 'I bought me
a motorcycle the other day, and 1
thought I'd like one of those caps with
u peek ut the back."—13ostou Truu-
W. N U., Oklahoma City, Nc 34-1921.
STUDY DEMANDS OF MARKETS
Poultryman Should Learn How,
Where and When to Dispose of
Products to Advantage.
A large part of the profit In poultry
keeping often depends upon the prop-
er marketing of the products, and the
producer should study the market de-
mands as to how, where and when t«
dispose of the products to the best ad-
Says Flavoring Extract
Alienated Her Hjsband
Salisbury. N. C.—When a
wife sues for damages for alien-
ation of her husband's affec-
tions, she generally names :u>-
other woman. Not so with
Mrs Melissa J. WoodinRton of
this city. Flavoring extracts,
grown potent since prohibition,
are the corespondent. Mrs.
Woodlngton tiled suit for $10.-
000 against \V. A. Hosetnan. a
grocer, who she charges sold to
her husband llnvoring extracts
which caused h tn to neglect and
heat her. Mrs. Woodlngton
doesn't specify the flavor.
HE HAS TWO SETS OF ORGANS
Man Can Swallow Water and
Then Bathe in !t.
Russian, "Discovered" by French Acad-
emy, Used Peculiar Talents to
Fool Germans During War.
Paris.—The French Academy of
Medicine, announces the discovery of
what it terms a "man most fortunate-
ly constructed physiologically for brav-
ing the torrid bent wave." Tlie man
Is Vlndlnilr Holgnr-k.v, formerly a cap-
tain in the Uusslan army and since
the Bolshevist revolution a refugee In
l'ar'.s. According to the report, Hol-
;;ar-Uy lias a "dual personality of dl-
simply drinks 30 glasses of Ice water,
which feat occupies him some threj
minutes, then, being thus cooled in-
side ids trick organs return the water
by way of the mouths In the same con-
dition as when swallowed, and with
such force and velocity that the
stream rises to a height of six feet,
fulling back upon him tn tiny needle-
like Jets like a shower.
Holgarsky put bis talents to good
use while lighting on the side of the
allies. The Russians had an impor-
tant battery well camouflaged, but be-
ing worried that the Germans might
discover It. they constructed a (lum-
my battery at some distance. Ilolgar-
sky was placed In a well-protected spot
in front of the dummy battery and,
having smoked many 'inckages of clg-
Man Sues for Divorce for Seven Years.
New York—Samuel <! Martin has
been suing for divorce for seven years
mid In that time has taken Ids wife
eut 800 evenings, she testified.
t'lie multiplicity of talents possessed aretles and swallowed the smoke, lift
l,y these organs lend themselves 10
many practical uses. For instance,
shower baths are scarce and over-
patronlzed In Furls nt present, but
this does not annoy Bolgarsky. He
emitted smflke In such spurts that the
Germans concentrated the fire on the
dummy Instead of the real buttery.
Idleness means emptiness.
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Garnett, A. J. The Independent. (Cashion, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 25, 1921, newspaper, August 25, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107532/m1/2/: accessed July 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.