The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 3 of 10
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1TY AND PRICE"
ARE GIVING, WESTERNACANIDA1
Greater Impulse Than Ever This Year.
* Prolyl ? ' 'Wl,i0h <0' I>riROB the
r V n :r|° "* «*«>. Saskatchewan
Zaf ' nre t0 ]1H,1(I- The year
1J0!) has not only kept pace with pro-
vious years provlng thflt thls
tlon of the Continent |s capable of
producing a splendid yield of all the
smaller grains, but It has thoroughly
. trinpi d previous seasons. There
aliqrt y'/|Ual,ty an<1 pr,ce
ail parts of an area of about 3L'0 000
refrain n'lk,'S "ler° C°n'es ,ho HtlonK
I >0,.u0"lontnwi,t nn(1 satisfac-
tion. In tho distribution of (he con-
S"k°e7 "8 "
ofVIh„°nfS 5slImuates of «>o total yield
of wheat for the country have been
made, but it is not the vast total that
is wha7Sht,le ,ge"ernl reatler 80 much
as what has been done individually.
The grand total—say million bush-
;i7;.have effect on lhe grain
pike ol the world; It may be interest-
ing to know that in the world's mar-
j"'® t!'e *heat crop of Canada has
suddenly broken upon the trading
with R a"d WHh the A«*«ntlne, and
tnr^ HS '?nd India' is now a fac
tor in the making of prices. If so to-
day, what will be its effect five or ten
thprp 1 I*"1 n°W' WhC"- ln8te«<l Of
Son wi! I6 S°Ven m"Ii0n acr(,a nder
crop witll a total yield of 125 or 130
S 30°nmnHhel8' tht're wlU be from 17
1°,,° ™'Ulon acres in wheat with a
«f« I" 325 t0 600 m'Hion bush-
els. When it is considered that the
Sm.1 yie'd in tbe Un,tPd States but
slightly exceeded 700 million bushels
the greatness of these figures may be
understood. Well, such is a safe fore-
cast for Canada has the land and it
has the soil. Even today the Prov-
ince of Saskatchewan, one of the three
great wheat growing provinces of Can-
ada with 400,000 acres under wheat
produces nearly 90 million bushels, or
upwards of one-tenth of the greatest
yield Of the United States. And Sas-
katchewan is yet only in the begin-
ning of its development. As Lord
Grey recently pointed out in speaking
on .this very subject, this year's «ron
does not represent one-tenth of the
soil equally fertile that is y«t to be
brought under the plough.
Individually, reports are to hand
?hJ ldS u°f twent>'-Gve, lhirty and
thirty-five bushels to the aere. Scores
of yields are reported of forty and
some as high as sixty bushels. The
farmer, who takes care of his soil
who gets his seed-bed ready early is
certain of a splendid crop.
vJis\?eWSu0t the ma£nificent crop
yie a throughout the Canadian West
will be pleasing to the friends of the
thousands of Americans who are resi-
dents in that country and who are
vastly instrumental in the assistance
they are rendering to let the world
know its capabilities.
animosity between organiza-
tion AND INSURGENTS
CLIMAX IS NOW NEAR AT HAND
Next Fight Will Occur Over Selection
of Committee to Investigate
BACKACHE-A SIGNAL OF
A 11/ADArwAt^. . .
Washington, D. C - A defiant sUite-
ment stamping the attempt to read
them out of the Hepubllean partv us
SneT <U,ld ,milk'lous'" " <i defining
Th ../m- Ca,mon'8 administration as
the Climax of autocratic control,"
was issued after a meeting of the in-
surgent Republican members of the
The members decline to be put out
of the Republican party by the regu-
lars and announce their Intent to
carry to a finish the fight, against the
speaker and the organization. The
"In the effort to becloud the real is-
sue an unfair and malicious attempt
Is being made to represent us as on-
posed 10 President Tart's administra-
tion and policies.
"There is not even a semblance of
truth in the accusation. Without ex-
warning that must not be ignored
.. J*'"n m the back is the kidneys' signal of distress If this
.me y warning is ignored, kidney clise;i My fastens
mins ? Kr,P—for kidney sickness first shows itse f in
pains and disorders ,n other parts, and the real cause is too
Often hidden until fatal Hright's disease or diabetes has set
' , • usPect t1c kidneys it you arc rheumatic and nervous
\veikJVhertlerli ° pa,,.nful1' to" frequent ot scanty urination,
weak heart, .tizzy spells, headaches, bloating or neural-h
. J"0" 15 a special kidney medicine- not an
Oofln,«Cl^W o'-'ii that l,as stood thc test f"r years
backache —regu!nfefhe'urin e,
A ™NEY REMEDY OF 75 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
lead a %£fbySf ^dn<?-V8 "5,-vears ««■ The demand
ent proprietors. Now, as in those earll Svs /? , / ,, maKK: (ormui:> 1,:|SS«1 to the pres.
and are absolutely non-poisonous. Th^y
Not a Model Family.
"Your father doesn't think you iave
&een especially well behaved," said
the small boy b uncle.
"I know that," answered the preco-
juV®nile' "But things I have
heard mother say make me think .he
ten t fcriy great judge of higfi class de-
important to Mothers.
carefully every bottle of
CAS rOHIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over Years*
lie Kind You Have Always Bought.
Just the Place.
. me,.aave me:'" shoiued a oan
dasWtg into the first open doorway,
rnerxe comjjag to kill me!"
"H-ttwn-m!" ,calmly jiemarJced tt"
proprietor. "You've picked out a good
place ta- :em to do it. This is an un-
There twines a Moment"to *Very
mi n-s J'fe when he regrets his inabil-
ity to kick himself.
ception we are firm supporters of
Republican doctrines and President
taft s administration.
"We are banded together for a sin-
ge purpose and no other. Our sole
aim as a body is to restore to the
house of representatives complete
power of legislation in accordance
with the will of a majority of its tnetn-
"We are striving to destrov th
system of autocratic control which i
has reached its climax under the pros- I
Washington. The"" already broad I
breach between the "organization" of
the house and the Republican Insur- !
gents was widened perceptibly. There I
was every evidence that the mutually
hos ,ie acta of the last few days would :
continue with increasing bitterness
The insurgents caucused in group,
or twos, threes and fours, on the I
house floor, in the cloak rooms and I
the members lobby, discussing the sit- •'
nation and debating the desirability I
of an early meeting to form a battle !
front to meet the onslaughts reported
to be coming from the organization. !
Much secrecy was observed among j
them. It became known that the '
party caucus will be invoked against
the insurgents and on every occasion
I when there are differences between
j the Republican members that insur-
gents will be made to follow the pro-
| gram or he forced out of the pale of
the Republican party. The announce-
ment did not disconcert the recalci-
trant; representatives. They were
free in -their expressed opinion that
compultory measures would avail i
nothing to the organization. If the
test ot regularity lies in following the !
machine," as several denominated it,
they say they preferred to he irregu- 1
First Battle Soon.
| The first battle will occur, it l8 be-
Neved, over the selection of the house
committee to investigate the Ballinger
Pftieliot imbroglio. The house Repub-
licans doubtless will hold a caucus to
name a committee and map out a pro-
gram and here the insurgents wil'
it is predicted, "fish or cut bait " a
doze* insurgents said privately that
they would not attend anv caucus
where they knew there was a pre-ar-
ranged plan to discredit them
doan's kidney pills make lasting cures
J. R. Black, 1005 K. Sixth street. Topelca
Kidnev' pTl "'u ,h° Spri"(? ot lti9r) Doau's
Kidney I ,11s brought me such great relief that i
did not hesitate to make the fact known and give
this remedy mv most earnest endorsement. In
my statement 1 said that tor three years 1 had
suffered from kidney complaint. 1 had a dull
grumbling ache across the small of my back that
greatly inconvenienced me when reaching and
Mrainmg doi my work, An annovjng
«neSf- Waf ln evldenc<! and it was out of
i wl .u10," ^ mC l° SJeeP W<;1L lD the morning
in Wl lh? °',,t,and " can be sepn that 1 was
in bad shafK-. Ihe use of Doan's Kidney Pills
quickly and surely drove away these symptoms of
kidney compla.nt and I have since beenmgood
The foregoing statement was given in March
1905, and when Mr. Black was interviewed on
°v* I2' he said: ' I have never had a
return attack of kidney complaint and I know that
A IKIAL FREE
Co' T,ffhi'3 T'r-,nail i( to I'-oster-Milburn
Co Buffalo. N. y. A free trial package of
'1,1 b « i
— y y' W.N.U,
Mrs James Crooks. First St.. N. W , American
Fork. Utah. says. "I had kidnev complaint tor ten
vears or more. Sometimes a twinge darted through
the small of my back and Iofien became so helpless
that I was compelled to go to bed with my clothes
on. The attacks often lasted lor days at a time
and I could nut even stoop to put oh mv shoes
My condition was certainly alarming. The secre-
tions from my kidneys were irregular in passage
and contained a heavy sediment after standing I
well know what the misery kidney complaint
causes and I can therefore appreciate the merits
of a remedy that cures tins disease. Doan's
Kidney Pills lived up to the claims made for them
in my case and effected .1 < ure M\ kidneys were
restored to a normal condition and my health
greatly improved." (Statementgiven Aug.j2.1907.)
On Aug. 24, 1909, Mrs. Crooks was interviewed
by one of our representatives and she said: "it
gives m • pleasure to reendorse Doan's Kidney
fills. I hey cured my backache and my health
is now good. Other members of my family have
taken this remedy with decided benefit."
= DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS
c°. N Y.~ ph)pffet01.s
Why He Got Married.
A $900-per-annum clerk in one of
1 uncle Sam's departments at Washing-
| ton was recently approached by a co-
| worker, who asked if it were true, as
rumor had it, that the $900 person
j was about to marry.
It is,' was the laconic response.
1 lv,n '',ely' old ",an-" s:l'd the other,
j with that freedom permitted an inti-
mate friend, "you don't think that
your present income would justify you
in taking a wife?"
JS .brVerref!Uy frank'" 8s,ld the
other, I do not."
"Then what on earth can he your
reason for taking this serious step?"
f have no reason," was the calm re-
sponse "i am In love."-Lippinco,ls
WITH THEJ0HEMIANS. COUNTRY AWAKE TO DANGER
JtsYoiii- Ki'dtim J
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Don't blame the phonograph 1t it baa
• bad record.
thbee die in wreck.
Sold by Druetfists. ':*.c CHENi!'v ^ co - Toledo. O.
Tate mill s Family l-iila for constipation.
When You're Hoarse Use\
A CURE ^
va list mmi m (out«s^%os
1 Giv« immediate reLef. The firjt "
[ dose relieves your aching throat and
I allays the irritatioa. Guaranteed to
contain no opiates. Very palatable.
I MoJor Car Collides With Street Car
at Atlanta, Ga.—Were Out
Atlanta, (ia—Three men were k'll-
and two injured, one seriously
v.iien the motor car in which they
were riding collided with a street cat-
on (he Peach Tree rond liore. The
moior car was wicked and the street i
ear badly damaged. The dead-
William W. Garner, aged 21.
Frank George, aged 21.
Harold E. G'eorge, aged 19.
W. H. Georgfl, father of the dead
boys, and an automobile dealer, was
slightly injured, a.iti F. s. Gable, the
driver, was seriously injured.
Garner, for whom a demonstration
of the automobile was being made
was an inspector for the Western and
Atlantic railroad and had just a few
days ago been discharged from a lo-
cal hospital after recovering from a
recent railroad accident.
| "Smith's a born liar."
I "Jones has him skinned. He learned
I his lying at college, and scorns the
crude, natural methods."—Exchange
I ,i;l"0b,le llfe- crowned ^th heroic
death, rises above and outlives the
I pride and pomp and glory of the
mightiest empire of the earth.—Gar-
TWO CHILDREN PERISH.
Home at Ottawa Is Destroyed by Fire
Before Mother Could Save
Osage City, Kan.—Tn a fire here
which destroyed the W. R. Goss home,
two little sons, aged two and fou.'
years, were burned to death. The
mother was in the hack yard at the I
time and the flames were not discover-
ed until entrance was impossible. The I
bodies were found under a burned bed |
How the fire • tar ted la not known. ' j
LnTitttT]Z/',erTr ",P cold
1 Vle 'ungK. It ineann nuserv iikI ,t,«
Whft'C tiV,'rV "'in"tei if worse"
Charity and Courage.
KnickerTDo you ever cast your
bread on the waters'
\ewwed-Xo; ail I dare to do is to
tnrow cold water on the bread.
P I,11;' Vot rsE "Al l, BI.I E,
1 allies that he really meant It.
PAZOPoTvA,KNTKn ,V8T"H DA VS.
I >f lt«-hinjr. jiliml. IIW<J"njr♦t-.ViVma,"-v ****
to Uaajrsor Uioner refunded. iVu.rou'"« i'"®" lu
The Poet—Just avoided a serious ac-
cident. old chap. While the wind storm
| was raging the fence blew down and I
I had to dodge a billboard
The Artist-You are lucky, my
| friend. In a few hours I'll have to
dodge a boardhill.
Point of View.
[ Senator Beveridge, apropos of the
old-fashioned snowy Christmas, said
, the other day:
"Snow, of course, has its disadvan-
| tages from some points of view
| „ *®now is, beautiful in its season.'
| Solomon said that. But I know an old
1 Indianapolis man who, on hearing this
remark of Solomon, grumbled:
| " 'Oh, yes, no doubt it was beautiful
to you. sittin' with all the wives and I
lasses of Jerusalem beside you; but!
you d been a poor stone cutter you'd
never have said any such thing.'" \
Anticipation Safer Than Realization.
1 r) rJft n0t alwnys Necessary to make
a direct accusation." said the lawyer
! ^1'° ^aS aflng damages because in-
r °,is /h"""n,a<,e as;iinst his
hear nf t°H "amp' "Vou « y have
htroH i WO'"a" w'"' called to the
hired girl. -Mary, Mary, come here
and take the parrot down stairs- the j
master has dropped his collar but-
ton. —Everybody's Magazine
Immense Amount of Money Spent
Last Year in Fight Against
A report issued recently by the Na-
tional Association for the Study and
j 1 mention of Tuberculosis shows that
for the treatment, of tuberculous pa-
j ™B ' sanator"t hospitals
I -,280.17 was expended during the1
| year 1900, The anti-tuberculosis asso-
ciations spent $975,S<S9.5G, the tubercu-
losis dispensaries and clinics .?<U(U7l,.
•< i. and the various municipalities iVj'r
speciaj tuberculosis work, spent'$1,-
111,967.53. The anti-tuberculosis asso-
ciations distributed the most litera-
ture, spreading far and wide S 400 000
| copies of circulars, pamphlets and
j Printed matter for the purpose of edu- !
tl"1 public about eonsutnption 1
the health departments of the differ-
! "'I cities also distributed more than
j .056,000 copies, which, with the work
| done by state departments of health
1 brings the number of pieces distribut-
ed during the year well over 10.000,-
trl f \argest numl)er of patients
treated during the year was by the
dispensaries, where 61.586 patients
were given free treatment and advice
J he sanatoria and hospitals treated
• patients, while anti-tuberculosis
associations assisted 16,968.
It Would Suit Him.
"I give you my word, the next per-
son who interrupts the proceedings,"
said the judge, sternly. will be ex-
pelled from the courtroom and ordered
"Hooray!" cried the prisoner.
Then the judge pondered —Judge.
i Good Example.
| Mr. Crimson beak—Here's an
which says the swan outlives any
3°oSeyeirs eX"'eme CaSeS reachfnS
1 t<.hn S,i( l 'niSOnbfia't And remember,
■ John, the swan lives on water.
rEI l ow C I OTHRS ARK I XSIGIITI V
• IT .1 .....
Every mother knows a lot of good
rules for raising other people's chil-
wh,n M I I U
N-ralns joinl^ or " ,n f ♦ *.-s strains an<1
Aff P^P'^nd bUck-head?
After taking Cascarets they all left I ™
m|nZg fhem to my friends ^f/eTfine'
when I rise in the mondug. Hoie ^o
CUT Tms OUT. malI lt wtth vou;
cogo Tttlno,'""" ^emPdy Con'P« y. Chi-
co' "unols, nn.J receive i„„j. „ „
souvenir gold Bon Bon 1HKK Tj
Much of the chronic lameness
in horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not al-
lowed togo lame. Keep Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply ;it
the first sign of stiffness. ' "it's
wonderfully penetrating - . *
r^'t to the spot — relieves'the
I >nHneSStT cberS UP ,he j"'nts
SS tlie musc,es
Here's the Proof.
R F n v' T' 1?°'>erta "f Kesac.i,
R F I). No t, Box 4^, writes: — | h lV«
used your Liniment on a horse for swee!
nev and effected a thorough cure I at
*o removed a spavin on a mule Thi*
R Fn"\'!|f r"bb!'0f Lawrence, Kans.,
ind on^r r«un„f^'' S °nrh-
entirely cured h ' °/,H"an 5 '
the tinie for eafls anH P',t1ar""nd a"
and for everything aboutthe stoS"'"8'
will kill a spavin,
curb or splint, re-
duce wind putts and
swollen joints, and
is a sure and speedy
remedy for fistula,
Price 60c. and $ 1.00
h*1"""'" h.mU „n
ft**©. AUd.v., •w«>
Dr. Earl S. Sloan.
Boston. Mass., U. 3. a.
REF«',0E Cold Water Sfarch
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Simons, R. T. The Medford Patriot. (Medford, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910, newspaper, January 13, 1910; Medford, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc186305/m1/3/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.