The Mustang Enterprise (Oklahoma [Mustang], Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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Buy Your Incubator from Barteldes
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Get Our W ^
Poult rv Nook
barteldes seed co
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA
method of setting grapes
Brit System of Tralnltifl I" ModHlc*
Hon of Munion Trelllt* Some
PROTECTION OF APPLE TREES HARRY WHITE
<ealth and Longevity of Many L..
Hardy Types Depends to Great Ex-
tent on Nature of Shelter.
Counsellor and Attorney
Phone Walnut 6983-J.
22^ W. Main St. Oklahoma City.
i itv w r m v 1
ftnoyai il plnntlng i' n® * ,rrH
hl ai'iirt In rowH ton loot apart
. |,.i, k t.< two i'\ t*s and train up
n.i'■ : tom to h stake tho 11rht > our
t„. ; system of training 1« a
ntlnn of tli« Munnon trelll*
t powta along tho roWB ftn<* uialie
, nlot. Ju i 1"
will In.e.tij.te FlrM , ^ ^ from fining
, . . i,. iwiiv serial persona under
OhlokMha, OkU ftorottlh lore* oj n< • ^ watched
Mention ..f tltoapU t.' burn tin' chool' iuiplclon «<>• t ni .......
butWIni I" eon olHUt 4 dtotrlct No i !■••••• * •" / ' The Wa h
II willb* d« Within th.put nne r-in •u _• . ,wo
tlrtvo tbf* uh.uoo.mMI «tl mpU b« * U "" '°bta dlM«ti.f*ctlon
bMB m 4« to dwttroj tbo whool hotiw pww • • •• , . th, account
rtm klndM. but MCh bM
-The Hardware Store
Reply to "Anxious "
Kindly I'ulillsh I" >•■ " \nluahU* <•..! j
nmn if it I" the girl # i'lu<■■■ re.-i«K I
nlw a young nmn ! • h.i not >•••.
to mei't lilm on th- «tr M t r\ri* *1 - v
Will it'ii nl'" t. ll liif *b. i" il"'
n .i klu Hint fruit >i oou aro to
pl.it.tl on the lulilt
It Is nl ii>f the r ' '' t'f the woman
to sht it thf tlist hIk' of it ' million |
' ami 1 think It would tie only I'oilte tot
miii to Introduce yourself to the tn>>
in his II. l door 11. It'.hhoi and Hu'ai.
when von meet bltil oil tile Htri'.'i
I II'II il would lio Ills I'lat-e to I'all
upon you after that
Sai.kins are plant! a Mt ' th"
left of the plate, and the fruit spoon
may lie placed across the top of the
pinto or at tho rt 4.!it hand Bldo, with
tho cereal bpoon.
wrap. retaining hat. tur neckpiece,
muff and gloves. Street auitB with
pretty waits or one-piece gowns are
worn l ight rotreslimenta are served.
Curds are lott on the tray, which la
plat-od fotn fulentl>. or handed to tho
.•r\ ant at the door, who has a tray tor
the purpose At very formal affairs
a Put lor takes the card and announces
your name as you enter the drawing
room You speak to your hostess and
guests you may happen to know, then
partake of refreshments and depart
ulth or without saying adieu to tho
, hostess and receiving party.
Po«t for Modified Mun on TrellU
A. Position of Wires.
m live fe. t high \t top of each
... nati a cross piece ot L'*4 ncant
ng two and a half feet long, project
.c r.pualU on each side Stretch
•witI - horizontally, one along
.«> toi- of th. posts and one ®long
,..U h . nd of the ct. s>l«ar. I'hen take
•\nr,s one each wu> from the
m'ot the vine along the central
The next seaeon these aims
^he: toned to four feet and lrulted,
and at the same time a cane is taken
w\ near the stem to take the place
jind'thev 'are cut out The fruiting
I ranches hang over the outer w.re*
:\:..l the grapes underneath are better
prol.vted than on a vertical trellis
I \w\ e found that on a trellis like
•his theto was less rot on unsprayod
\ •• than on sprayed ones on a \e.
t-.al trellis IV not put any manure
.tr fertilizer in contact with the roots
, .. . • i". t>h >si horlc acid and
A Variety of Queries.
Will you l h as* answ er these Ques-;
tlons for nu I will appreciate it very
Is it customarv tor a ynung man to
lilt i I a .li l s parent* the tirst time lie !
calls on her'.'
How Is the hest way to tr. it n man !
that bus gotten too familiar with a
girl" , .
Ihiw must a girl act to make i«t
I am twenty one and v< gh
pounds IV you think I'm the right
weight for my age « NS w
It is customary and olite tor a man
to meet the parents of u g ' • on ti.o
occasion of his first • all. If a c'-rl
has permitted a n.an to ho tumL.i.ir
it is her duty to ■ it and t« i him
tlernan should she must cut his ac
qualntance entirely l ho only sa
rule is "hands off' and then there are
no heart aches or regrets
An amial ie thouctivul girl is more
than apt to have friends among t > -
girls and l«o>s Your weight depends
large!v upon your height 1 wo..ui
r;lthor be too slender than too sto
I should judge you are just abou
Plans for a Party.
We are planning on giving a party
for about eight couples of young peo-
ple. and would like to have you tell
us some new way to entertain them.
\\ ,• do not wish to play cards or
1 hanking you In advance for your
kindness "CHI MS.
As long as you do not play cards or
dance 1 do not see much left besides
gu. --ing contests, music or chartvles.
1 vrhaps -fine of the schemes outlined
in today's department may help you,
as tin % are tor the special occasions
that this month brings.
Reply to "Big Eyes."
I am glad to hav.' all motherless
Is come to me and will try to
guide them to the best of my ability.
You are v.-ry well proportioned and 1
-hiMild weir the Ifa on my h.tlr
V.ike COM us 1 nr. • -. With v. ry lit'.'
I'miming, and just try to cultivate
the 1'. st possible u.-innors, regard:.—
• whether I was | retty . r not Uo. d
, c 1111 ti, wlih ill i ii ti ant ext ■
else in the open air Is the best tonic
■ r a muddy complexion. I see no
harm In one of > ear school mates es-
, filing vou b me from a school r
In f.u-t, I should think the boys most
r," tss If th. .!Id t; t See that tl:o
pirN were al! safely home after any
TI ,• ti • healTh and longevity of
many of the lr-s hardy -M'S ot apple
'•.«s are largely dependent upon tn<
pi',-t> ilaii.lv demonstrated In the
. . a I'liii'e ,-e tr.e from wliieil
the writer picked the fr.iii last . i- ■
rlter The tree In iiuestion
si..ids t n the north side, and ab"'it
fhe feet from a shed which effc
• iielv protects its trunk and lower
limbs from the winter sun, says al
writer in an exchange. Not only has
'the tree made a prodigious growth,
hut it'is remarkably thrifty and s-ound.
exposed to the sun is another tree
, • : , same varie'y. which has been j
bud.y hit with sun Maid, and it is al*
'readv sick to death. We have
watt lied ti • se trees for a number or
some other factors may have played
a part the difference in their con-
dition today is due to the protection
they have had.
I, • j.iS j- m il '.e that makes many
orchardists in northern states favor
trees in rows ra-rth and south I his
. . ire to give the pro-
T. h. ENDERLEIN
Room 307 Baum Building
Phone Walnut 6806. Oklahoma City
Hi" ial Attention to the Law of
Wilis nil Administration of Estates.
W. I. .Maupin A A. Maupln
MAUPIN i MAUPIN,
I Suite 1 - lidW. Main Street
Plum.' Walnut 4S41
Oklahoma City. Okla.
s. A. HORTON
Attorney-at Law Oklahoma City
Ceiierul Practice in State and Fed-
I '.urts. oillce il'. X. llarvey.
I Phones: Office 1778
Residence W 124.
t Telephone Walnut 7429
Residence Walnut 2620-R.
j. Q. A. HARROD
ATTORNEY AT LAW
104 j West Main St.
Rooms 219-220-221 Security
National Bank Bldg.
OK LAHOMA CITY, OKLA.
.("state It™ F. Harrison WHY SUFFER WITH PILES
Monday ' granted tlip following char wi.-n >. t can be cured without pam
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\Y iloti't Know mI'i
lime of the }. ar tlian
in ti., j car tlinl > Vo- 1 ' ' t s
place of lite old fnshiottc.l .
for work without ait^ t
qvamty food cHorrv k
FOR A FEW DAYS ON IA
From 'Tvso Country Girls
1 wonder If you <ouldtt t help us. as
i have helped
ntry girls and not acuuaini
:il life in ti
\\ * hi
ould like to knov
us t - ^ w hat I
an At 11
Is it a
Tlu> Sa«it r> A :
CURES FOR RABBIT NUISANCE
Two Ex.r ent Methods of R dd,r1i3 Or
j-wis of I" u r * cut Little Pest
U. S. M.iil Boxes
An H.n-.r 01 v<- Fee T-.r.-w F F .
W.J. PETTEE & CO.
tors: The Cache Supply company of .
Cache" c apital $10,000; incorporators, fauti i izint:.
^,7e 1.1,'Ue'i: M. Lockt" and Ueulali "r >- ;f"
lining eompany of Okmulgee;; capital.
$le.ee- incorporators, Walter llennig.
St Louis; .T. F Champion and C. >
Thomas of Muskog
• tentioii from busi-
klet on Rectal Diseases free.
DR. G. S. PETTIT,
W Main St.
Are always in demand,
PROVIDED they are
stylish and comfortable.
We insure both in our
line of Men's and Wo
men s Shoes at S2.50
An attractive boudoir cap Is In the
DR. FRED N OWL IN
•J. 1 SECURITY BUILDING
23 TERMINAL ARCADE
WE REPAIR SHOES WHILE
WHILE IN THE CITY
the BEST FOR THE n10NE^
Q N BROADWAY
PRIMERS PUBLISHING ti. I
Law Briefs at 50c j
BOOK AND PUBLICATION j
MAJESTIC BASEMENT j
OKLAHOMA CITY j
J. E. LUCAS
FLOUR AND FEED
$1000.0010 $1500.00 A YEAR
Is a pretty good salary, but our graduates are making it
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Hills Business College
THE LE*D Su BIS SLSS CCLLEuE N * E ~ E r
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From S20 to SSO.
Oklahoma Coca Cola
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Armstrong, J. K. The Mustang Enterprise (Oklahoma [Mustang], Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 22, 1912, newspaper, February 22, 1912; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc157955/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.