The Mustang Enterprise (Oklahoma [Mustang], Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 1, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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The Kind of Clothes
WE LIKE TO SELL
That's the kind we uru nlio\uii(f liero tliis .vhkou. ^ e
to sell tlitim because tliov ure full f simp uml
tho eye. They fit perfectly, and, >>est of all. they
und hold their shape so well that you'll 1'
ear so lou«
leading clothes builders of Ko. hester. where most K"U<1 ready in.
wear clothes are made. Come down today and trv on a lew
before our mirrors and be convinced that it will pav vou to
QUALITY ALL WOOL, PRICES VERY REASONABLE
$18 to $30
Other Good Makes $12.50 to $25.00
Mothers Should Visit Our Boys' Store
If you are not a regular patron of this department, you don't know what yon are miss
ing". We dress the boy from head to foot at prices that mean A Hl(i SA\ IM. H) \Ul
A full line of wash suits just in and they are beauties.
75c to $3.00
LONGER, COME DOWN
$2.50 to $12 50
DEES A GREAT HELP
IN RAISING ALFALFA
A Few Stands Will Work Wonders in
Assisting the Pollenization of
Rvery farmer in Oklahoma who has
a field of alfalfa should have a few
stands of bees. Not only will his
stand make a hotter seed for next
season, but a larger yield of hay will
I result from better pollenization.
Hildebrand gives the following
"A large number of representative
! matured pods were gathered from an I
alfalfa field less than one-half mile!
away from a large apiary, and a like)
number from another field of much
the same soil, and practically under
like conditions as the first Meld, except
that the second field was situated
twenty-five miles away from a colony
1 of bees. No bees were observed in
the field, and the character of the sur-
roundings. there being no timber or
i pro1>able living-pla< e, was such as to
preclude the possibility of wild bees
in the vicinity. The pods from each
locality were carefully opened ami the
• number of seeds in each counted. In
number of seeds in a pod was found
to be 5.58; seeds plump; pods numer-
ous in cluster; pods having several
spirals. In the other field the average
number of seeds in a pod was 3.35;
seeds in at least one-third of the pods
were small and shriveled; pods few in
The Traders Store Will
Continue in Business
Bl GGER and brighter than ever.
With full and complete stocks of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Groceries and
Meats. This no doubt will be agree-
able news to the public as there is no
store that could quite take its place.
You Can Always Feel at Home Here.
Mr. Leach, president of the company,
contemplating an extended vacation
has resigned the management, but
still retains his interests. Come in
and see us when you come to the city.
126-128 West Grand, Oklahoma City
Keeps your body sweet—deodorizing
all perspiration This is what you
•d for your toilet. 25c postpaid
H. H. NECESSITIES CO..
415 State Nat l. Building.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Under New Management
Dr. S. Pollack has turned flw
management of the
STAR DENTAL PARLORS
129'j W. Main St.
Over to Dr. R. C. West, one of
the most skillful dentists in Ok-
lahoma City. All work entrust-
ed to him will receive his per-
cluster; short, with but few spirals.
The seed « i«>i of the first fi< Id, on this' i
basis, could be estimated at two-thirds
ureat r than that of the second field."
CORN FOR SEED
many strains are yielding
ONLY 15 TO 25 BUSHELS TO
EASY TO GET 40 TO 80 BUSHELS
Heads with Short Seed Stems Give
the Best Yield—Cottrell Points
Out Important Things to
A GOOD BROODER HOUSE
Practical Arrangement for Taking
i Care of Two Thousand Chicks |
The farm poultry keeper who raises
live hundred or more chicks a year.
| linds a brooder house an almost indis-
pensable adjunct. It make it possible j
to take care of the chicks* with the i
least labor, gives them an abundance
I ol air and plenty of room for exercise,
in stormy weather when they would ,
he too closely confined in small
j The brooder house in use in Mis-
euri experiment station and reconi-
For the next ten days we will sell our entire stoek of Trimmed
and I'ntrimmed Hats at less than ONK-HALF the actual value. We
must reduce stock.
choice of over 4< o I'ntrimmed Hats worth up to
for your choice of any Trimmed
el ling up to $."i.00.
lat m our store now
Sample Millinery and
128 WEST MAIN ST.
UP STAIRS. SECOND FLOOR.
Bane Ball Catalogue
Send today lor it. Gives lull details and
puce* on uniforms, mils. glo\« . bats,
ball*, mask* and all oiliei baseball,
•ndipuriing goods. Special price* lor
outfitting teams complete
Oklahoma Sporting Goods Co.
222 Mam Slt—l A
Oklahoma City. Okla SA
T. H. Enderlein
526 LEE BLDG.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Special attention to l'robate of Wills
Administration of Estates, and mat-
ters genrally relating to Ileal Prop-
It is worth while for a farmer who! examine the main or center stem from , , ^ . ,
Brown kafir to spend two or three ha*-to tip. If the . enter stem is short n.enae.l by Director Quisenberry to
days or a week In selecting tho heads or is long jointed throw it into the | anyone who raises large numbers of
that are of the high yielding typo for; I Pile The main or center stemIchickens hatched by Incubators is 40
seed. When a grower llnds upon ex- should extend to within three Inches feet long by 14 feet wide on a concrete
aminatlou that a largo proportion of or less of the tip. and the more joints | foundation with rat proot tloor.
the heads are of the wrong kind, he it has the better. This is the most \ matched hoard partition through
had better not attempt to plant his important indication of a high yielding j the center provides two apartments,
own seed, but when most of the heads strain. j each having its own heater in the
are heavy, fairly compact and of good Place the heads with good center j center of the room. If the heater gets
shape, it will pay to make a rigid I stems 011 the second board and keep too warm for the t hicks nearest to it.
selection from them. up the examination until you find a 1 they move back to a comfortable tent-
A study of the pictures accompany sufflctent number of heads to cover I perature, which they cannot do If1 of th. considering the nronosi
ing tins article will bow that the tho second board, rhen go over each kept In a small room. * Each apart* preserving and conserving the ' ...... . .. *
heads from high-yielding flelds of katlr of these selected heads again, oxamin-inc.it will house two thousand chick- j foodstuffs for livestock is "I",' ° ,m> "n,! " ™"°"Se;dr ol1 m'"'
aro three to four times as long as j Iiik separately each detail of the head e„ and should not be used for less and offlcia are now in commumca-
broad and about the samti width at I l'.xamlue the center of main stom. It than live hundred, as their own heat ^ practk.il md<nu 111 tin. iatt|tlon with the builders, and will soon
all Places from butt to tip and that! should ho short-jointed. The short helps to regulate the temperature of that, during three days recently one name a date for taking up the propo-
the heads are compact with 110 Indi-1 stems that bear the seed grow in a I the room, and the cost of building and Uwton firm alone sold seventeen silos sition of actively getting the business
cation of being loose or Huffy. Only j circle around tho main stem at each running the heating plant is too larg
such heads as have this appearance point where two joints meet. If the 1101 a small number.
should be considered for seed. 1 center or main stem is short-jointed I
or thirty silos—probably forty or fifty
- will be erected in Comanche county
Many Are Buying Silos
That the farmers of Comanche coun-j
ty are becoming thoroughly convinced
alue of the silo as a means of
and conserving the j
to Comanche county farmers. It is | men and farmers together on a strong
I estimated that as many as twenty-live j co-operative plan.
, Select several hundred beads that these circles of seed bearing stems
are lieavv and have the right shape, will he numerous and the bead will
(By H. M. Cottrell, Arlcultural Com- vvhl,n vou pi,.k „ |,oai|. If it Is I"' a large yielder of grain. W lien the
mlssloner, Hock Island Lines.) ! n^t weight throw it out no matter center or main stem of the head is
Some Btrains of kaflr yield IB to, how good It looks. I long-Jointed there will be
25 bushels an acre under good condi- Make „ lonK lmrrow table by tailing circles ot short seed bearing s .ems
t ions; other strains under like condi-,, wo boards a foot wide and twelve ( al,(l heacT will not ie . .
Hons yield 40 to 80 bushels an acre.,,,, glxleen feot long and place them . "r ,,
The low yielding strains have heads amwH ,wo tam.|H or boxes. Place ' « ^ ^ htr . ™,.nd .C main
from the heafls of thel .. 1 ,1...! short, close together around tho main
! a hundred or more good heads on the
high yielding strains. Hv careful j iioard nearest you, having all the butts
selection of head and stalk the aver
age grower of kaflr in Oklahoma can
increase the yield from 25 to 50 bush-
els an acre.
stem and the seed on them should
begin close to the main stem and the
; inside of these short stems should be
the short seed tIiifkly set with seed.
Will Buy a Good
a reliable used piano with in-
side player. • Tl)e piano alone
is worth the price, $350. You
can play it in the usual way
or by shifting a lever, attach
the player mechanism.
AVe include 24 rolls of mu-
sic, bench, stool and scarf.
This is a real bargain that it
will pay you to investigate at
221 WEST MAIN
—— " .
The Popular Summer Drink
stems apart along the whole length of: when the seed stems are long there
the center of the head so that you can | jfc u81mn>, no SPOtl <m their lower half.
.— .. . - — - I This makes a light yield. Often a
well-shaped, good sized, good appear-
ing head of katlr will he light In
weight. Examine such a head and
you will find that the outside of each
seed stem Is well filled with seed,
while the inside bears very few seeds
another loss In yield.
Examine the butt. In the heaviest
yielding plants the head is entirely
out of the boot or upper leaf. In
poorer yielding plants tile boot or
upper head closes around more or
loss of the lower part of the head and
from one to three Inches of the butt
bears no seed. Tills is a small loss
on one head, but aggregate loss on all
the heads on an acrre is considerable.
Where the boot encloses the lower
part of the head, that part Is likely
to mold or be discolored. ;
The seed stems at the butt grow I
| in a circle around the main stem. The
seed stems 111 this circle should be
J close together, so that there w ill he
| many of them. They should grow out
from the main stent, instead of grow-
[ Ing nearly upright, making a slightly
j rounded square, but as broad as the
! head is at Its middle.
A head that yields well In grain
has the tip made up of short seed
stems when the seed steins that form
the tip are long, the upper part of
the head Is loose and open, if the
seed stems that form the tip are
very long the head Ib sprangly. often j
resembling broom corn. This seriously
reduces the yield.
Very few farmers are acquainted
with the inside of a kallr head. A
close acquaintance will reveal many
surprises, it will be found very inter-
esting and will show the imperative
need of thorough selections.
5c Per Bottle
On Sale Everywhere
IS ALWAYS GENUINE
25 W. Third St.. Oklahoma City
Why Beef It High
More than 8.000.000 calves are
slaughtered each year In the United
Leu you might forget—n>\ at the 9y
as soon as he appears.
for Your Failored Suit
Yes, They Are Wonderful Values
N'ti doubt about the importance ot this Sio Suit Sale.
A timely sale now ri^lu at the beginning ol the Suit reason. (
Spring Suit you can get ><> much real wear and service from it \
A great assortment of Suits for Sio. Here's a chance t< get just the model
ten-dollar-bill you couldn't expect t<> beat tlii-* oiler.
\ii economy event at Urock's the store that buys and sellys lor cash. $io i
irse you need a stylish
nit i*. al\v;ivs readv to
volt want lor a
our cash price
for thc^e models, simply a $io piece for your choie
Plain I I tie Serge Suits. Black and White Check
Norfolk Stylos. Plain tailored and fancy trimmed,
your pick of this splendid line for $io.
Great Sale of Children's
I allies to $1.50 for ...
Mothers! liny your tlirls one of these Dresses Saturday
• another economy event at Brock's.
20i Children's Dresses of Percale and (ilnghams newest
styles checks, stripes, dots and plaids band trimmings
of harmonizing colors; $ 1 .." 0 values.
• of this splendid assortment.
s. Black Serge Suits. Fancy Novelties
Be among the earls bit vers Saturda
Friday and Saturday
"Just in" another new shipment of this great
selling Petticoat Customers marvel at this
offer only $l.t 5 for a fine quality Messaline
Petticoat plenty of colors to select from
accordeon pleated flounces
tremely moderately priced.
Ladies Light Weight Union Suits, 50c
24-inch Human Hair Switches
full assortment of
Stamped Crepe Gowns for Kmbroid-
ery with lloss free.
Corset Special—made of good qual-
ity (.'out 11 embroidery and laci
trimmed very extra
50c for Ladies' Fine Ribbed Union
Suits no sleeves. low necks, wide
umbrella style, finished with Tor
ebon lace--114 to 44 bust
50c for Ladies' Fine White Lisle
Ribbed Union Suits low neck, no
sleeves titted km
Ladies' Fests, 25c
Fine Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests
hold-fast shoulder straps; :'.4 t
2 Vests for 25c Ladies' Richelieu
Ribbed Vests V shaped
shoulder straps 2 for. .
Boys Gauze Balbriggan Knee-
Length Union Suits—ecru color;
no sleeves, elastic ribbed waist-
line. double seat. This is a won-
derful garment for boys
H to 14 years;
Buy at BROCK'S,
where you get the
same article for LESS.
213-215 Main St.. Oklahoma City
3 Vests for 25c
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed
Vests V-shaped shoulder
straps, full sizes; very
special for Friday and Sat-
PRINTERS PUBLISHING CO.
Account of the volume <>f law
brief work dene we are enabled to
deliver the highest class of briefs
in the state—at fifty cents per
Let us call and sImw
Phone Wal. "
Or- J. E. Dean
302-3 Patterson Builnint;
Phone W 7506. Residence Pbooe W. 502ft
We have 2.win bushels Yellow Jersey
•eed sweet potatoes at $1.26 per bushel;
shipments made to all parts .>f statu
This is choice stork No order too larg.
or none too small.
$2.7.") per hundred, f o. I> Oklahoma
< ity. Send us your order J. E. LUCAS
FEED CO. Phone 2215. Okiahoir.a City
"At Home" and Visiting Cards
100 Ktitfravod Viritiujr Card*. post|a «: $1.,"
Send for Sample B<-ok fhowiiit: «t
E. C. SPENNY PRINTING CO.
l"*'Hi W. Main—Phoiu' W MM—< p|m • ma'tiy
S00 CHICKS 50 CTS.
All poultry raisers
- i-niM buy Wartenby's
Wonder Baby Chick
J Saver. It iv p:. nre.it
known remedy for
• I trouldv wit la
brood It make
s healthy and
nt package will
^nMsfnet • • iruAia-
Whurtenby'i Wonder R by Cbick Saver
Prettier Than Ever
310 West Grand Ave.,
Between Harvey and Hudson
OKLA CLEANS O.
A delightful shampoo—will koo
your hair In a healthful condition
make it grow glossy and tine, 2f<
postpaid. Sample free, .
H. H. NECESSITIES CO.,
415 State Nat'l. Building,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
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