The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1907 Page: 2 of 12
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tAo waapcA waa dlarhArgod aa<l tha
•hot atrurk the boy to tAo far# and
neck, camloi Ala almost Ir.jtant
Tho survey of (ba loterorban rail*
way between Ok lahoma City aad Nor*
man waa completed laat week. The
promoters promise that conatructloa
pro motors promise (hat construction
John Fields, editor of tho Oklahoma
Farm Journal, haa been appelated by
Oovernor Frantx to the place of re-
gent on the beard of the Agricultural
an3 Mechanical college at Stillwater
made vacant by the resignation of A.
1'. Kruso. treasurer of the board.
Mr. Kielda wa3 formerly director of
tne experiment work at the college.
The corner atones of two churches
were laid at Tulsa last week—the
First and Tigert Memorial Methodist
church South. The combined cost of
these houses of worship will be $50,-
The commissioner of Indian affairs
has approved the application of the
Ardmore Ga^ company for the right
01 way for a gas pipe line from the
Wheeler gas field to the city of Ard-
more—a distance of sixteen miles.
The application must now be acted on
by the secretary of the Interior.
The Advantage of Readtof.
"Bn pordoo. air," Mid tAo weo ry
A®bo aa Ao Atood at tAo fansAooo*
donr. but might | ai«op to yoor bora
tonight? | hATOA'l had a roof over
my AoaJ for tea day a"*
**! cc&gratsiate joo." said tho kind-
ly farmer. That la a ap>ad;d thing.
I have just read in 000 of my t««<«st
magatinea that It la Dot too mocA to
aay that to tho delicate, highly at rung,
easily knocked up Individual tbo ad-
vantagea of sleeping la tho open air
are enormous. Pallid ckeeka take on
a ruddy hue. colds are unkoowo.
nervea aro forgotten, and IrrtUMllty
becomes a phaao of tho paat. A
small plot and a little perseverence
are the only ueceaaarlet and tho re-
sult la aasurod. Tou aro vary vol*
come to tho use of my potato patch.
' and my sky la at your dispodaL"—>
Long Time to Swoop.
Everything, even a magnificent
church, must be regarded from tho
1 point of view of the beholder. A Lon-
don paper says that two country girls,
who acted as If they might be enjoy- |
j lng a holiday from dootestlc service. 1
| were observed walking down the
aisles of St. Paul's Cathedral. Under
the great dome one of them stood
and gazed around her with an air of
such wonder that a spectator might
well suppose that she was awestruck
: by her solemn surroundings. But
when she spoke, the Idea waa dissi-
pated. "Oh. Sarah," she exclaimed,
"wouldn't this place take a long time
1 Aba oofA bM if
I N, aad tbo loot of
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AortA. varo Added at
Aoporvlsioo of Tboa
cbitort of tbo cApitoi
cellars aad tiaMtu*at
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»>ootAA looAiAg NUAco which obotrocts
'ba avoam aa4 provoata ao usiAter-
ruptod via* of tAo grand boolarvord
from tAa Whit a Houaa to tbo capitol
lo aow aotiroly aad« of additions
I*ha traoatiry build) eg p^opor. lo I la
. rooovatod atota, raprroanta a total ex-
pandltora of ainoat 111.000.000, and If
tbo ftttoro la to ba lodged by tbo post.
* tAa ood la oot yat. nor aooo
The traoaory la 000 of tbo stormy
potrola la the Hat of government build-
lags aad with tbo exception of tb«
capitol. It has passed through more
rldsoltudeo than aay other. So t*r
as boastlag of multiplied chaages la
tho building aad tbo site, the troaaury
r*nks before the capitol. The deport-
ment founded ao securely with Alex-
ander Hamilton aa its first executive,
wm, aftor tho transition of the seat j
9f government from Philadelphia to
WMhington In 1SOO, established in a
frame building at tho northeast cor-
TUhT?"lD eD' ! «t"ns ral.ed ,he cost of the tr«.,urT
10 nearly J7.000.00n. At that time the
"7 TS!r. t! I present proportions were reached; 468
An r I ,rora north to south. 264 from east
George lU-de'd. de- to an(] lnr„ld|n. ,h„ ,tep, and
IS-hi. W«Wn*ton home. Uco, on four „ rtachfs
And WhPn enmp mflMem waa at. I _
I the imposing proportions of 5S2 by
• b fe
Main Entrance of Treasury Building.
pressed about the sire and meager ac
commodations, he remarked that it
would be large enough and strong
enough to answer all purposes so
long as the United States need a sep-
300, one of the largtct and most or-
nate treasury buildings In the world.
The 30 Ionic pillars which were the
pride of Mill's heart, and which were
in imitation of the temple of Pallas
The Audd orchard ne*r Cheootan
will have about 8.000 busho!? of
peachea, 3,000 bushels of v.hicu
have been purchased by a produce
company and will be sold in the mar-
kets of the east and north.
60AKED IN COFFEE
There are now 347 census enumer-
ators at work in the fifteen coumles
comprising Indian Territory. AM of
the appointments have been filled.
From present indications it will take
thirty days to complete the work snd
the result will show a heavier pDpu-
lation than was expected.
Fire, which ignited from the engine
room in the Donohue elevator at Red
Rock, burned both the Donohue and
the Arkansas City Milling company's
elevators last week. The Donohue
plant was filled with grain and the
Joss is heavy. The other elevator
The great event of the year at
Lawton is the annual observance of
the opening of the town—August 6th.
This year the sixth anniversary w«i
the banner celebration. Many thous-
ands of people from all sections of
Comanche county were present to en-
joy the day. Parades, horse races.
Indian and squaw races, barbecues,
speaking and fireworks were a portion
of the program.
Until Too Stiff to Bond Ovor.
"When I drank coffee I often had
sick headaches, nervousness and bil-
iousness much of the time, but when I
went to vi»it a friend I got in the habit
of drinking Postum.
"I gave up coffee entirely and the re-
sult has been that I have been entire-
ly relieved of ail my stomach and ner-
"My mother was ju3t the same way.
We all drink Postum now, and with-
out coffee in the house for 2 years, we
are all well.
"A neighbor of mine, a great coffee
drinker, was troubled with pains In
her side for years and was an Invalid.
She was not able to do her work and
could not even mend clothes or do any-
thing at all where she would have to
bend forward. If she tried to do a
little hard woNr she would get such
pains that she would have to lie down
for the rest of the day.
"At last I persuaded her to stop
drinking coffee and try Postum Food
Coffee and she did so and used
Postum ever since; the result haa been
that she can now do her work, can
sit for a whole day and mend And can
sew on the machine and she never
feels the least bit of pain in her aide,
in fact, she has got well and it ahows
coffee was the cause of the whole trou-
"I could also tell you about several
other neighbors who have been cured
by quitting coffee and using Postum
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ft ™ ^ J,,!,!' J ; will be reproduced in detail
tanknta5i",L<m V. r ' ^ In granite by a Philadelphia firm of
V?.~ ^ ,t0 ! : contractors. Uncle Sam never condc
!?!'; ~"n'rT"" thf scends to attend to such trivialities.
htkrMt th k'imi ^.most annl- contracts are asked, all over the coun-
hi la ted the building. try, and in this case the successful
Mr Hatfield s treasury was re- bidder put in an offer for nearly $100,-
stored, but again was destroyed by j 000 ,ess than the appropriation. All
fire in 1833, this time being wiped out the work must be of granite which
or existence. Then came a long pe- , composes the remainder of the build-
riod of waiting. j ing( and tjje pinars must be hand
Congress seemed discouraged about | wrought This is necessary from the
fact that hand work has been used on
the treasury always and that the pil-
ever getting a fireproof treasury, and
it delayed and delayed, until the iras-
cible executive, Andrew Jackson, got
in a great heat.
Mr. Mills made very ambitious
plans, but congress looked with ter-
lars, which must be a faithful repro-
duction of the stone, bulge a little in
the center and no machine coul£ pro-
duce the same proportions.
SHE ASKED TOO
in ita place.
Look la pkg. for
"THa Roa4 to
There's a Reason,
famous little book,
"You say that you love me," she
said; "that you would do anything for
me. I am going to put you to the
"Darling, I am ready to do anything,
to dare anything, for you. If it will
make you happy to see me enter a den
of wild beasts I will do it If you
would have me jump from a high
building to prove that I love you I
am ready to take the risk. Bid me
navigate the rapids of Niagara in a
barrel and I will make the effort, so
that you may know how deep ia my
affection for you."
"I shall not aak you to do any of the
foolish things you mention; bnt won't
you, If you really love me, go out in
the back yard and play croquet with
Aunt Mehitabel? She says she gets
so lonesome knocking the balls around
With a groan of despair he grabbed
assume the risk of being referred to
a8 a mollycoddle.—Judge. ,
hla hat and ran. She bad atkeg too
much. He could oot, even for her love.
Taking a Rest.
"Yes, my boy."
"Is the president always right?"
"Do you agree with him?"
"Would you do just as he does,
you had the chance?"
"I think I would."
"Then just go out in the yard and
split some wood for ma. I see the
president is doing that on his vaca-
tion, and he says it's a fine way to
But right there the admirer of
Teddy drew the line.—Detroit Free
It is estimated that 100.000.000 bush-
els of wheat will be available for ex-
port from the northwestern provinces
of Canada at the close of thla year's
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Wintersteen, Paul A. The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1907, newspaper, August 22, 1907; Cushing, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc283967/m1/2/: accessed July 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.