Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1905 Page: 4 of 16
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WASTED TO A SHADOW.
la a Silo Expensive?
Somo farmers have concelvod tho
Idea (hat I ho Kilo in too expennlve a
structuro for tliom to Jiavo on tho
form. Tho men (hat hold Biich an opin-
ion havo not Investigated tho matter.
A well built, permanent silo run bo put
up for about f 1.50 per ton of capacity.
That Is a cost of $300 for a Bllo that
will hold 200 tons of feed. This amount
of feed will supply 20 cows with all
tho sllajfo they should l;ave, even If
they are IiIk cows and aro fed tho year
around. If tho farmer Is to build n
barn that will hold hay for twenty
cows, even for a winter, can ho build
It for |300? Not at all. Ho would
havo to Invest very much moro than
that sum In a barn to hold tho hay
for Uiat^purnbor of cows. So wo seo
that sllafte Is tho cheapest thing; pos-
sible to food if we aro to consider
tho cost of the structuro that contains
Tho farmer that intends to largely
Increase the number of his cows will
have to put thousands of dollars Into
a barn structuro If ho intends to con-
fine himself to tho feeding of hay for
roughage. It will be far easier for him
to extend his stnbles and build a silo
than lo construct a stablo sufficiently
high (o hold tho hay. When a man is
freed from tho necessity of providing
for bulky food he can then construct
his dairy stable with tho one object of
getting cleanliness and light. He can
build his stable long and low and se-
cure a flood of light from three sides.
His structure does not havo to be
heavy, as It must be If it Is to sustain
a heavy superstructure.
A silo Is thus not expensive, and
moreover it is a great oncourager of
the development of dairying. It solves
the problem of how a dairyman can
make a living off from 50 to 100 acres
of land. That is going to be the great
question in the not-distant future, for
the farms aro already being cut up
Into smaller ones.
If any man doubts whether or not
It will pay him to build a silo let him
look Into the cost and benefits, by
actually getting estimates oa the cost
Building a Milk House.
The milk house Is the product of
the modern farm and especially of the
modern dairy farm. Fifty years ago
the man who built a milk house was
looked upon as an aristocrat. It was
thought that he wished to imitate the
princes of Europe who have their own
dairies and their own milk houses. In
later years it has become recognized
that the milk house Is a very great
help and that it costs little. We have
some milk houses which could not
have cost moro than $50 and yet are
neat, serviceable and even ornamental
in appearance. The location of the
milk house should be away from the
barn and away from the house, that
tho air may be pure around it. If
there Is a living spring on the farm
through which cool water flows all
tho summer. It should be located near
tho spring or should have the water
piped to It. The building of such a
house Is the equivalent of adding a
room to the cellar of the house, for it
tal-'-s out of the cellar all the milk
and leaves that place for other uses.
There is no reason why the milk house
cannot be kept perfectly clean all the
time. This does away with the great
objection to farm butter, which objec-
tion Is that It has the flavors of all
the vegetables which have been stored
in the cellar.—John Stlnson. Bureau
The farmer's cow Is tae antmal that
Is producing the most of the world's
butter. The special dairy cow is
treat In her locality, but she 1s not
touod in uiany localities
But found a Cure After Fifteen
Years of Suffering.
A. H. 8tott8, messenger at tho State
Capitol, Columbus, O., says:
"For fifteen years
I had kidney trou-
bles, and though I
could not find a
cure. I had heavy
headaches and ter-
rible urinary disor-
ders. One day I
collapsed, fell in-
Bcnslblo on the
sidewalk, and then
wasted nvay in bed for ten weeks.
Afler being given up, I began using
Poan's Kidney Pills. In n couple of j
months 1 regained my old health, and
now weigh 188 pounds. Twelve boxes
did It, uud I havo been well two
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
In some ways wo aro sorry for folks
who have no rich relatives that may
leave them money, but the said roiks
do not have to laugh heartily at the
stale jokes told by the rich relatives.
Don't Do It.
Should you have a cough, cold or
gore chest, do not rely on time and
nature to cure. They may do so-
they may not. ITso Simmons' Cou^h
Syrup. It is a balm for sore lumrs
aud will cure you at once.
The man of the house sits for some
time in deep thought.
"What are you thinking of, papa?"
asks his daughter. "Trying to think
of what you are going to get us ror
"No." responds tho father. "I was
doing my best to forget how much last
Christmas cost me, but I'm afraid
the recollection is going to lap over
Into this one and cast some sort of a
damper on the festivities for me."
As nearly as we can recall we never
heard anybody but an old bachelor
brag about how children always take
DISTRESS AFTER MEALS
Sure Sign That Dr.Willlams' Pink Pitta
Are Needed to Tone Up the
Loss of appetite, distress after eating,
shortness of brenth, a feeling of utter
weakness—these are symptoms that are
familiar to most sufferers from stomach
trouble. Too often the ordinary doctor's
treatment serves but to weaken the dis-
The uew tonic mothod of treating dis-
orders of this kind does not aim to do the
work of the stomach, does not demand
that tho food bo pre-digested, but builds
tip the weakened organs, so t hat they can
do the work that nature intended.
Mrs. L O. Law, of No. 834 North street,
Ilorton, Kansas, says : "In 18!)7, while
we were living on a farm iu this neigh-
borhood. 1 became generally debilitated
as the result of overwork. 1 ha-1 serious
indigestion, lost my appetite, suffered
from a sense of suffocation and from ob-
struction of the circulation, so that arti-
ficial means lmd to bo used to restore it.
After suffering for months without find-
ing any relief, I tried a box of Dr. \\ il-
liains' Pink Pills of which 1 had read iu
a newspaper. The first few boxes made
me lots better, and after using the third
box I felt entirely well.
"I am now in excellent health and am
able not only to take care of my house
but also to assist my husband in a store
which be has lately taken. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills cured me and I can recom-
mend them. They are so simple, so
easily taken aud so prompt iu their ac-
Remember Pr. Williams'Pink Pills do
not act on the bowels. They make new
blood and restore shattered nerves. In
this way they carry health and vigor to
every otvui and fiber of the body. They
are sold by all druggists or will be sent,,
postpaid, on receipt of price. 60 c*ots per
box; six Iwim for 50. by the Dr. Wil-
UauM M.ediciu« Cm., JxUeuocUdjr. N. Y.
It May Not Appear Again.
If yon aro addicted to tho use of MOIU'IIINE,
COCAINE, OPIUM, WlIISKY or TOBACCO, wo
will take pleasure In furnishing you samples aud full
descriptions of our SANITAHIt.TM and HOME
TREATMENTS. We have been established In HOT
BI'HINOS, AUK,, for years, have CURED peoplo
from all parts of the Union, vhlch wo tan verify by
hundreds of letters from grateful and happy patients
thanking us for CURING and restoring them to good
health. Tho length of time of the addiction or tho
amount of Drug or other Narcotic poisons used
makes no difference with the success of our Treat-
ment. Tho antidotal and ellinlnatlvo effects being
equally efllcactoua and the time required for Treat-
ment no longer. Our Treatment acts as a general
restorative, and as a Tonic while absolutely remov-
ing the desire for the Btlmulant, either Drug or Alco-
holic, thus obtaining tho desired results with little
Inconvenience to patients. To convince you that our
Treatment Is all we claim, and as a guarantee of our
good faith, patients are not required to pay for Treat-
ment till thoy arc dismissed from Sanitarium CURED
and perfectly satisfied. To those that can't come to
us tor Treatment will say, that after years of study
and experimenting Dr. Westmoreland has perfected
a "HOME CURE" which If taken according to direc-
tions will CURE any of above habits at your own
homo. Address us 460 Prospect Avenue, or
Westmoreland Sanitarium, Hot Springs,
Arkansas. All matters treated confidentially.
It Is so much easier to pull a fel-
low man down than it Is to boost him
When Your Grocer Says
be does not have Defiance Starch, you
may be sure he is afraid to keep It un-
til his stock of 12 oz. packages are
sold. Defiance Starch is not only bet-
ter than any other Cold Water Starch, 1
but contains 16 oz. to the package and t
sella for same money as 12 oz. brands.
TWEITY-FIVE BUSHELS OF
WHEAT TO THE IQRE
Means a pro-
pacity in dol-
lars of over
$16 per acre.
This on land which has cost the farmer noth-
ing but the pi ice of tilling It, tells Its own
The Canadian Government gives absolutely
free to every settlor 160 acres of such land.
Lands adjo<n!ng can be purchased at from $6
to $10 per acre from railroad and other corpor-
Already 175,000 farmers from the United
States have made their homes In Canada
For pamphlet "Twentieth Century Canada"
and all information apply to Supt. of Immigra-
tion, Ottawa, Canada, or to following authorized
Canadian Government Agent—J. S. Crawford,
No. 126 W. Ninth Street. Kansas City,Missouri.
(Mention this paper.)
Farmers, Dairymen, Poultry Daisers:
Pure Alfalfa Meal
(llest liulunce for Kutlona KnownJ
$1.50 per 1001b, f. o.b.
Oklahoma City, Oil*.
Make money by feeding
TONIC STOCK SALT
Works loth ways: paves ffei; increases
values. W.5U per 100lbs.; freight, allowed.
Ask your dealt r. or write direct.
Inland Mfg. Co, Oklahoma City.
Grafting makes a man acquainted
with hail fellows well met.
• other Btarchon only 12 ounces—same price ao4
k•DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY*
XWgetable Preparation for As -
~ ' ~ ula-
For Infante and Children.
The Kind You Have
iNKAN.f S /;()H11 DKKN
ness aixiRest.Contains neither
Opium .Morphine nor>linexaL
fUrft Se+d -
Apcrfecl Remedy forConslipa-
Tlon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fevensh-
ness and Loss of Sleep.
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Shaw & Parham. Pauls Valley Sentinel (Pauls Valley, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 23, 1905, newspaper, November 23, 1905; Pauls Valley, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc110280/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.