Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1914 Page: 3 of 8
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OKLAHOMA STATE REGISTER
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FORtiGK
ADVERTISING BY THE
The Atlantic Fleet, Sent
To Mexican Waters,
And Its Commanders
TIIK Allinti. fleet. senl to the
troul.liil waier* nr Mexico. has
IMH'U nil hlK'IVHtihU S|M'lt.H'l
for t!it* luiliiiiiN itf ilie world
II was dellbtfiil if il w.iulil ever disturb
those wilt its: i«-rti.i i .* il iiih.v tip or ax
histIIlui' in poiuiiiu "il upon them. A
jiowI'rfll! tli-el ri-nil.v for war is very of
ten an agent for | ,-.-ii-tv Tin* lliree ailini
rals of the Heel tail- anv Wily tiail an
InterestiiiK p*l*Tt<-iiif Tlie.v are iiipii
of marked ability in tliplr profession
CharlW Johnston Itadner. commander
of tbp lilj Aliinti. Heel. ii liorti at
Itockville. Md. Auk C. ISM Ills fa
tbpr was nindore Oscar Charles
liadKer, U S. N I'rpsidpiil tiranl in
ISO!) appointed young Badger lo Hip
United stales Naval academy. from
which hp wan Kit as u midship
uiau in 1878 Badger became a eaptalu
5750 Sg50 $1250 $15
Are the Popular Prices we are making this Spring on
Men's Suits. That these suits please the people is evidenced
by the great number we are selling. Everything you want is
in our Big Stock of Men's Suits. Blue Serge, Fancy Worsted,
Cassimere, Cheviot, Pin Stripe, Chalk Line-all the new mix-
tures can be had at these popular prices. It s selling lots ol
Suits at a small profit that makes our business grow.
W orfeing Clothes
We sell the celebrated Headlight Overalls and
Jumpers. Price $1.00. We sell the best made
work Shirts that money can buy and sell them
at a lower price than you pay for inferior makes
outside of this Big Store.
wxmunicipal bath house
OK LA XS '
PS Of Cj^1
In Rheumatism, Insomnia,In-
digestion, Constipation, Bil-
liousness. Eczema and all
Every Known Treatment
Rates very reasonable. Give
these Baths a Trial and
Be Healthy and Happy
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
branches in all the principal cities
i THB MOOSE NEVER FORGOT.
Hindnox Shown a Gosling Gained a
Man a Constant Friend.
I'Yom "The Inner Ute of Animals/
I One day a lad saw a y°unS e08
| ling struggling in tie grasp of I
I huge rat. It made a vigorous resis-
I tence, but by the time the lad oame
to the rescue it was so severely bit-
ten that it must have soon become its
antagonists victim. The youth con
tinned his care over it until it re-
covered from its injuries, dressing its
wounds every day. During his at-
tendance on its a friendship sprang
up between them and the gosling
might be seen limping after him ev-
erywhere. The boy departed for
school and on his return home at
From Ihe Toronio Globe.
Alfalfa is the liest soil doctor.
Alfalfa adds humus to the soil.
Alfalfa increases the milk flow.
Alfalfa is high in feeding value.
Alfalfa balances the corn ration.
Grow your protein—don't buy it.
Alfalfa sod grows corn crops.
Alfalfa is the greatest of all sub-
Alfalfa has no effual as a hog pas-
Alfalfa keeps slock in good con-
AJfulfil should be grown on every
An alfalfa field is a hog s idea ot
Foxtail is the greatest enemy ot
Growing alfalfa is good busin^aa
Alfalfa means more money and bet
Kalse what you feed and feed what
Alfalfa does things, and never loafs
on the job.
Alfalfa, with a lair chance, always
Alfalfa fills the haymow and pays
for the privilege.
Alfalfa is the cheapest and best
feed for beef and cattle.
Alfalfa insures larger yields from
the crops that follow.
Alfalfa contains more protein to
the ton than clove' or corn
Alfalfa is the agricultural wonder
of the Twentieth Century.
Alfalfa yields from two to three
The only One-Price Clothier in Guthne
Kemember: If on getting
home with any purchase
made at our store, you
are not satisfied you can
return the goods to us-
we'll give your money
Pholo. by Aa.url.ati I'l«" A. o«i Uou.
atn a 1,m 1 ka 1. cttABl.ea ' baugkb amd
I HK BAITLKMHIF MICHIGAN
In 1907 and was superintendent of the
United Stales Naval academy 19071)
He commanded the battleship Kansas
of tbe Atlantic Meet 11)09 ti and was
promoted to rear admiral iu 1911
Admiral Badger has been engaged iu
many perilous aod pleasant niidertak
lugs which constitute the life of sea
faring men Probably Ihe most exclt
Ing of bis adventures was a dash to
the arctic circle iu 1884 as a member
of the Greel.v relief expedition
Frank Friday Fletcher, commanding
the fleet division at Vera C r u. was
born at Oskalooau. la . Nov 2 . l&s>_
He was graduated from Ihe United
mates Naval academy in 187.",. Com
missioned as an ensign iu 187K. he was
promoted through the various grades
to tbe rank or rear admiral Oc'olier.
1911. lie is the Inventor of Ihe Fletch
er breech mechanism and gun inoiiuls
Henry T Mayo. Ihe American adml
ral In command at Tampico. who or
dered tbal a salute of twenty one guns
be fired In reparation for tbe arrest al
Tampico of American sailors on a boai
24 Hours A Day School.
, better showing than in most high
Kansas City «.r. ^ ^ publlc school.. Henry McCullough. '12, is
The boys and aUend studying art in Paris and was one of
schools ol Arapahoe. , Araphoe High School boys who
school twenty-four h°"rs wher- i walked across Germany last summer,
urdays and Sundays .ncluded^ Wto walk^ (,ampb(,n,B 8ygtem
ever they may be during jn j9 1)0Baible tor a student to earn
te;"\thTbisrhas bin made possible | from fifteen hundred to eighteen hun-
scbool. Tbis l as bee de_jdred credit9 a month outside the reg-
"f d "bv Prof Tobn R. Campbell, ular credits. For every Ave hundred
vised by Prof. Jonn 8(,hoolg ! of thc8e outside credits 6 per cent is
Arapahoe s of lhe added to the branch of study in which
He was formerly p Wcath | the student has the lowest grades, pro
Southyestern Normal Scho . ¥idjng tliat this r, per cent shall not
crford, Okla. helieves that be added to more than three branches.
^rris^:—e8to t «. ««««.,^
gained wholly inside the classroom, allowed are
dent known among educators for her , the city became convinced after an
club'is conducted by Miss Grace Park- investigation of the sniping which. °c-
er a teacher in the ^ ™ jT o^onthlch
- r r; flr,*
with the girls, each ot whom may j points where their tire
earn forty credits a month for club fective.
work Bach Boy Scout may receive The most drastic treatment will be
*";rr - - J;rr;r =t~=
r rrrts «.: "•—
brought into actual contract with va- j measures would be the only solution.
.rious kinds of business and profes- - ~
sional pursuits, by working in a print-1 For Trade or Sale.
ing shop, a lawyer's office, on a farm Qn account oI poor health, 1 will 1>e
holiday time was joyfully recognized
by the goose, wbich showed its joy
as plainly as a dog. and attached It-
self to him as before.
He became a man and the gosling a
goose, but neither of them outlived
their regard for each other. The
grateful bird deserted her feathered
companions as soon as her friend vis-
ited his home, and followed him as
before, and when the young man was
seized with illness the poor bird be-
came restless and pining as though
she knew something was wrong.
Guided by some wonderful instinct,
she made her way to his room, a cor-
ner of which she had occupied during
' the time he had tended her wounds
in his boyhood, and when she heard
his voice she crept under the bed
and established herself there.
times as much as clover or timothy,
and is more valuable than hay
Get a 2.pi cent box of HOT SPRINGS
LIVER HlTTTOiNS; use them as direc-
ted and soon all your stomach, liver
and bowel troubles will be over.
The great physicians In Hot Springs
prescribe them for constipation slug-
gish liver, indigestion, sick headache,
dizziness, blotchy and sallow skin and
they certainly are fine.
Take safe, gentle, blissful HOT
SPRINGS I.IVER BUTTONS for a
week They will tone up the liver
thoroughly, cleanse the bowels of
poisonous accumulations and make
you eat better, sleep better, work bet-
Hot Springs I.iver Buttons. Hot
Springs Rheumatism Remedy and Hot
Springs Blood Remedy are sold In
Guthrie at the Owl Drug Store.
but that the best kind of education
includes home duties, home relations,
and the conduct and activities of boys
and girls in whatever they may be
"School woric has never been prop-
erly adjusted to home duties," said
Professor Campbell. "The things out-
side of school must be made a part
of school work. Cooking meals, wait-
ing on the table at meals, caring for
little children, caring for horses, cows
pigs and chickens, working on Satur-
day and earning money away from
home are educational, and should be
valuated and made a part of the
educational equipment of the child,
and which he should receive cred-
it in school. Many other home dut-
such as washing dishes, making
beds, sweeping floors, mending and
cleaning clothing, washing, ironing,
milking, bringing in coal, wood and
water, making fires, sewing, running
errands, proper conduct at all times
toward other person, personal cleanli-
ness .etc., all have educational value
when purposely directed."
Because of Professor Campbell's be-
lief in these things the public schools
of Arapahoe are regarded by many
Photo by American PreBs Association.
TBE BATTLESHIP TEXAS.
flying the American flag, entered An
■spoils from Vermont In 18T0 and was
graduated In 1880. He was assigned
to the China station Promoted to the
rank of lieutenant, he served on the
Jamestown and ill fated Bennington
fjpon his next promotion he com-
manded the cruiser Albany and In
1909 took command of the cruiser Call
romia, remaining Iu that position until
January. 1911. when he was detached
to Mare Island ss captain of the yard
Home Duties—Washing dishes,
waiting on table, cooking meals, mak-
ing beds, sweeping floors, mending
and cleaning clothes, washing, ironing
caring for children, milking, caring
for horses, cows, pigs and chickens,
brining in coal, making fires, etc,
working on Saturdays, earning mon-
ey away from home, working at a
special hobby, sewing, going errands.
Culture and Social,-—Reading maga-
zines, books, etc.. practicing on piano
or grgan, glee club work, girls' club
work, Boy Scouts' work.
I^bor—In stores, shops, garden of
rtces and on farm.
Home Study—As high as three hours
Promptness and Attendance—Punct-
uality In coming to school, no tradl-
ness; regularity, no absence from
school; punctuality in going home
from school, no loitering; punctuality
in getting into line and marching at
Health—Sleep not less than eight
hours a day in a well ventilated room
baths, at least two a week; care of
teeth, hands, nailsfi face, hair and
Deportment—In school. In church,
in a garden, etc.
The credits for deportment in
school run as high as two hundred in
a month, and are awarded by the
high school faculty. The home credits
are one hundred a month, recommen-
ded by the parents, while elsewhere
the credit of one hundred is given on
the student's honor.
u accuu building
mv restaurant, .lot anu stor
50x100 feet, also figures, located in
Marshall. Oklahoma. Am now dot g
a good business. Will trade for a
farm or stock, or will sell for cash
tarm . c, W KERR,
at a bargain. • Mar9ha„ ok
CORRECTIONS ARE SUGGESTED
Report of Board on School Land Ap
pralM'iiH'nts In Filed.
Oklahoma City. April 27,-State Sup
erintendent R. H. Wilson and State
Auditor J. C. McClelland, members of
the School I-iml Commission, today
verbal report to the Commis-
sion of their investigation of ap-
praisement of school lands in Caddo,
Custer, Canadian, and Washita coun-
ties and recommended that adjusters
be sent to review and correct the
The board took the matter under
advisemenl and will act on the recom
mendation when a meeting shall be
had with a full membership. Secre-
tary of State Harrison was not pres-
ent at the meeting.
FI.EE FROM AIR NAVV
Mexican "Sniper#" Took to Ihe llills
When the) Heard Aeroplanes
Vera Cruz. April 25.—Panic seized
Mexican "snipers" in the sandhills
beyond the outskirts of eVra Cruz
todav. They hear dwith terror the
strange purring In the sky and then
they were seized with a common de-
sire and that was to flee toward the
Aeroplanes from the battle ship
Mississippi had taken the air and
reconnoitered over the Mexican camp
Marines and bluejackets had been I
placed about the outskirts of the city
to watch the Mexicans who have
been entrenched in the sand hills fur-
ther out. Constant sniping had been
kept up by the natives, but it sud-
denly ceased today when the aero-
planes appeared. The two aeroplan-
es ascended from the deck of the
warship swinging at anchor In the
They circled above the city
Oil and Gas Engines
wholesale Plain*" Artistic
Embalmers lSt-ltt W. HuHim
* Funeral Director*.
Residence Phon# 1M.
For Sale and Exchange
Send or Bring Me a Full Descrip-
tion ol Your Property il Interested.
A. H . BOLES, Attorney
•1 nnhoc are regarded uy iu uj harbor. -—*
competent persons as the most sue-j at home. In the street and at public ^ ^ hea(led for the sand hills,
cessful in Oklahoma. Educators from. gatherings 1 d preparations were made by
other states come to visit the public I Organised oot l ^ (o PVacuIltc the 8and
schools of Arapahoe, having heard of ball corner bill, end balU relay T ^ ^ w,dc.
the number of graduates it has sent to athletic events.
higher Institutions of learning in Ok
lahoma, Kansas and Missouri, the
number averaging SO per ceut. Many
graduates are teaching with the in-
tention of rounding out their educa-
tion when they have earned sufficient
money to pay their expenses. Half
toward the interior and out of range
of the aeroplane fleet.
lTnr rpndlng niaKazines, etc., under i
cuUural and social heading, a credit! For the first time the American
of ten points a day Is given for not fleers saw aeroplanes in use
leas than one hour a day The glee tual conditions of war ^
Club" or girls' club, has thirty mem- Mexican forces in the sand hills mh?ht
bers' and meets in the city library have been exterminated had bomb.
building for social diversion. Mrs. J. been dropped upon them.
building tor so | Amer(can nava, officer8 on duty in
The 1HC Line
GRAIN AND HAT 1
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ft. S*ri«f-Ta tk.
..4 Disk Harr.ws
Oil a 4 Ca* Em***
EVERY wise farmer does what he
can to save money, time, unneces-
sary hard work, and to have as pleasant a
herefore°SwisoCfarmers bov International Har-
ground piston and rings, extra Ur^, fHiture*
able va ve guides, split-bub Hv-wheds ^- t^urej
that make them last bv far tbe longest and save the
and best construction. They are mauo k"
stationary, or skidded; yertical oir ^ .
water-cooled. Sixes range from to ^ t-, iny
operation both yo,i International
International Harvester Company of America
I ^ ,. f|
Made A New Man pfHIm
"I wae suffering from pain in my
stomach, head and back, J^tee U.
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C,"and mr
liTer and kidneys did not work right
but four bottles of Electric Bitter*
made me feel like a new man.
PRICE 50 CT«. AT ALL DRUG ST8KES-
The F ARMF.RS'OA.RDEN '
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Golobie, John. Oklahoma State Register. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1914, newspaper, April 30, 1914; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169391/m1/3/: accessed January 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.