The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CUSHING DEMOCRAT
CIUM r«MT co " i-%ilifi
» *t IS § thief of
» " Thai l<t| ttufti M • thief.
t 'hiif, fur lu iirak tun ne-
ff n»>rv talMltW than man**)
rweW, or fam# or lAylhwy . .
>*able Tim# to th* stuff "»«»»?*
Ufe ts mad# of. Any habit v#fy c"*r,y tor *umm
•teals time robs you of kfe tAnff *" wound you.
f This points • moral
(Ad yog tvtr nottM that when
• NiCVJf fu^ Mtlr* uvrf mother
wth that the only clear spot it
right «here you *uwU? It's i
fact, isn't it? Everybody ts in
«'U But you can mm?
'•D rltvii for kkvmi little di*
Welcome Words to Wo hi s
boy ww standing way ti|i
near the top. Then H wa.*»
I thought of ihv other b
country boy* wh<w folkh
too far away fn»m town for
to come in dav after dav,
who were not financially ab
bear the ex fu n so of kee
them in town. It was my $
lev- and custom to hunt n)> i
of then.' boys and find platvi
them to earn their way.
lect but one cat*.* of di
ment or ingratitude. Hi
help but few. I often thought
of the others. I am t
them yet. I am fam
the capabilities of thi
district school and feel
der the present system
boys failed to get what
Being interested I have been
watching for a solution of the
problem, and have read with in-
terest the different articles, Injur-
ing upon this subject
from time to time in the Okla-
MORE CO OPERATION.
tyhe procrastination doesn't
ten your life reckoned in
or jroai* but If It steals
.hie time it robs you of that
h, if used rightv, would
> life the more worth living,
tsbit of putting things off
1 worst ever. Some
d lie put off--worry, hasty
nent of your felkiws, un-
nothings while urgent
rait but putting off a
imagine that you are the one
wise one in the neighborhood and
•11 the rest are befogged by ig«
noranee. Just because things
look clear to you don't imagine
that you are not also surrounded
by false ideas of things. Your
things rw,|fh^,,r **** clearly and thinks
you are in the fog while you are
sure you are right and he is in
There are folks .who think that
the members of your particular
church are the only ones going
to get to heaven they alone have
the true light. There are hide*
bound fellows who think that
their party is the only one fit to
run the government. They can't
the gtxxi men in other parties
kill tat Uv. Its*— •>
wh awtf ImmI tw Ims pat**
a MSit l« Ml tkmt tm tmmmmt Ss ss*fik
■IlitS "*• »»IWSllti
It k Ik# MliMhMM of U« IimmJ Owl >• Ik* rfwlwi ml • rvfviari*
C»""« tba «mI* tw |mmI wiw^ Iktl »•» Mkin 4tr« lu p#tai il* «««ry
(mitral urn ti* utdua •»«W tWfl't mo MtrKi II wM kmmi iiiiim.
itum So «lcul«»l mm! mm WKi l»nn«| Jrug, «r. h »■ J im H.
•km mmlkm* d*kn mmi* aSft tom • raktiiis* IKmi'i talk* m Itua'i • ><!•
»«lk tuw Kv.lih a Ola lu a..f|j'» IkafMNmart MkIimI AMatMltM. Ik K.
V. f*wrc«. PimmImii, Hufalo N. Y .- laka rka aJ».ca Xiai.aj aod ka aSI.
I people will work to-
common good this
sta of economy, edu-
of a man's services
in proportion to his
irk with other men.
bad job never msde it lighter,
putting off an unpleaaant task
never helped matters.
Go where you will, you can
find men who have for years
?ni*n putting off the task of get-
ting their machinery under shel-
ter. It rusts away in the open. becauae they are so deep
They have l»een putting off trim- prejudice.
ming the orchard and it has be- ,u / .
""th*. «d .n .y««. "iVOTghU&.^don',
They have been putting off fix- need their help." If you feel
ing up the home until the boys that way you had better keep
and girls have become attracted ^.ur ^9% born blowing or aome-
by lietter living and have left J»Jwwp int?. you
for the city.
Some folks you know have
been putting off all these years
saying nice things to the dear High finance is beginning to
You don't trade
with us we both lose.
isn't wIm to stay away from ^
-r. •" ••••"» w uuiiiji iii mi ^
and jar your blissful serenity.
Hen vs. Railroad.
»<•■ willing togiv "and wife who has ilaved to help buy cast longing glances at the lowly, «♦
i > more land. When the funeral is but industrious, American hen.
the order of the day they heap The wall Street Journal has fig-1 jl*
the casket wish flowere wet with "red out, according to Wall Street
tears. How much better to have methods, the earning power of a
given the loving tokens in life. ben. It appears that one hen
Some folks you know have lays on the average, 120 eggs a
been putting off getting a pure year, which ai currant prices
bred sire for the herd and flock bring a revenue of $2. Deduct-
and the years have slipped ing 40 cents for maintenance and
iuld be slow
ger, not see and hear too
and keep a civil tongue
He should have faith in Neme-
sis, and have no time to act a>s
advance section for the day of
silently by and the livestock is
Superiority is shown
this one thing the ability to
, j. . . 0kUJ-; meet and mix with those of dif-
homa Jarm Journal. have al- ferL,„t to„pcTam,nt8 and taate., ...
ready puhl.ahod several of these. |li(!h „r on a basjs of the teginninR. Procrastination
1 do not know how many of our j(y has robbed them of good stock
readers read the Oklahoma Farm a man should be at home in 'an'1 the enhanced value it would
Joui-naJ, but I do not think it j any society. To be frank onen ! be today had they not ne«'ected
rL i71,^ read ?eSe iand ful1 of eood cheer; to refrain UP-
again. I believe the propositions i from interfering in atfairs ' If y0U ,0Se money you can earn
set forth jn the Farm Journal
are at least a partial solut.on <,/-pers()naj misunderetindinCT
this question of How to Bring
Education to The Farm House
Door" and that agitalion along
this line may produce results
beneficial to the rural communi
ties. And so I am going to rei-
terate some of John Fields'
thought if not his language. I
do not call it stolen for have been
thinking the same way for years
but never had the means of con-
veyance under our control until
now. I once offered what I
thought a very neat statement
or discussion of the subject to
a prominent editor but he safd it
wouldn't do at all. It wasn't
good politics. I am my own editor
and publisher now.
are none of his, and to know that ™ore- If you lose health pos
sibly the doctor can restore it
ually right themselves if let alone
— these mark the superior person.
Late hours, strong drink, pre-
tense, finesse and falsity all tend
The very life pf a community
depends upon coalition, loyalty
and truth. In a free society the
man who is a "rounder" would
be instinctively shunned by
eveybody, and more especially
The man who wishes to dictate,
own, absorb and exclude will re-
main an individualist. In the
course of time he will evolve
enough altruism in his nature to
lit him for commercial life, and
then he will enter upon it, but
If you lose your home you can
build another, If you lose time
by putting off where can you
ever get that time back? Look
about you. See the men who
get little or no schooling in youth.
They hoped to make up for it
after corn husking—but never
did. Time flies—away—never
Here is Another Problem.
A fanner dies, leaving his es-
tate of 17 horses to three sons.
To the eldest he gave one-half of
the seventeen horses, to the sec-
ond one-third of the seventeen
horses, and to the third, one-ninth
10 cents for depreciation, there
remains $1.50 net profit. This
profit capitalized conservatively
at 5 per cent, places a nominal
value of $30 on Mrs. Hen. Since
there are 450,000,000 Mrs. Hens
at work, they should together be
capitalized at $4,500,000. This
is more than one-fourth of the
total capitalization, stocks and
bonds of, of all American rail-
roads. And the equities are ail
on the side of Mrs. Hen, for she
is engaged in a competitive busi-
ness. The railroad enjoys the
benefit of monopoly power in pil-
ing up its earnings.
we are by far the oldest Hardware and Im-
plement house in this section of the country
we carry the best assortment and the
largest stock to select from
we don't carry any cheap goods, but buy
only Standard makes that we can recom-
mend. We know they are the cheapest
in the end, and we can always get repairs
for them. We refer to such goods as John
Deere Implements, Pattee Cultivators,
Oliver Plows, New Moline Wsgons, Stude-
baker and buggies, Wyeth and Studebaker
Harness, Great Western & I. H. C. Gas
Engines, Fairbanks Pumps and Windmills,
Garland & Great Western Stoves, Keen
Kutter and O. V. B. tools. They all rank
at the very top in their respective lines,
we sell cheaper, quailty considered, than
any concern in our line, and we know it; a
close inspection will convince you, also.
Taking all of above into consideration
don't you think we are justified in asking
your business? Try us in 1910 and you
will never regret it. We will treat you right
Cushing Hdwe. Co.
OWEN & DUTTON, Props.
whole education in the -.r.! I con^,^ ^
without passing thmugh the pas- tate under the terms of the will
toral and agricultural stages. was impossible without actually
versity Normal schools and mr iV 7 "U'°rks'.'and cleans*s it- cutting up a horse. In the midst
ricdltural&chools^ which edu- / 1 T " I °f tbejr difficu'ties a man came
cate the five nercent How much f 1. n ? elim-j by, riding an old white horse.
has it. the state, spent on thojLtetojM 2d the iH-Temn 'rf* i J!"*" AV™? '°'d °f th" trouble
school of the ninety-five percent? *>■ - >- -» ■ emPere , he said that he could make an
It seems that the plan of the
schools. Thousands and thous-
ands of dollars have been ex-
pended by the state upon Uni-
Rich Men's Gifts Are Poor
beside this: "I want to go on
record as saying that I regard
Electric fitters as one of the
greatest gifts that God has made
to woman, writes Mrs. 0. Rhine-
vault; of Vestal Center, N. Y.,
"I can never forget what it has
done forme." This glorious med-
icine gives a woman buoyant
spirits, vigor of body and jubilant
health. It quickly cures Nerv-
ousness; Sleeplessness, Melan-
choly, Headache, Backache;Fain-
ting and Dizzy Spells; soon builds
up the weak, ailing and sickly.
Try them. 50c. at all Druggists.
Commencing January 1, 1910 we become a strictly
cash home. All accounts must be settled between now
and then. The firm will be known as HIGH & SON.
WE WILL SELL
Groceries and all kind of Meats and
Provisions at Cash Prices.
A pure-bred steer may not
make faster gains than a scrub
— W wuuuic but the gains of the pure-bred
•lckering. and the ill-tempered, 1 he said that he could make an anc* his original weight are worth
the diseased the untruthful, equitable division and give each a more than those of the
statesmen of the past has been to they' gTw" very'uncSor tab lj moreJhf\the telTOS of the j sc™b in *he market.
begin at the top and build down; and' a silent, unseen principle avuu'ded him. Under the: It is reported that the Alfalfa
establish and put into action the sI(>\ltfhs them off. Wlli th« eldest son was entitled to county high school at Heiena will
university the numerous normals Tne head of a household may one-half of seventeen horses or be discontinued after the first of
so called and other higher! ^ t?0Crniftrary ?nd Pontui»acious eight and one-half horses. The the year. The high school and
institutions of learning first. The broken bones, each mernb^- ent'"tled*to'one' th® "ew district agricultural
foundation is to be built last, if a community is on his good , seventeen horses or five school are now both operating in
ever. Universal education to behaviour. He lives in the open, two-third horses, whiie the the same building, which will be
them meant education of those and he must live so he does not' third was entitled to one-ninth of given over entirely to the agri-
who can afford to apend $200 to ouXl° "Sr him'!at1ations or af" seve'ueen horses- oneand eight- cultural school after that time.
$600 a year to get it. And the ct^an.v nS re- ^ ^ ^
worst of it is that the countrv i member the week day to keep it ^d hls horse In w,th the
bunch of seventeen. To the first
he then gave one half of the to-
tal of eighteen horses or nine
horses to the second he gave
'nof!^1* ,n exani' one-third of eighteen horses or
six horses, and to the last one-
ninth of eighteen horses or two
horses. Finding that he had
only awarded a total of seven-
teen horses out of eighteen and 'his day sold Hawkins & Hamil
still had given each heir more LT E"K ,**** mine
rh«n tH » « J'l a ».• u Biack r^iirle Coal.
Uhan will deyked Hnn. h.- re- The best c«U on themarket to-
mounted his horse and rode away. day. Try it-
How did he make this division? Black Eagle Coal Co.
Everything in our line and
treat you right.
it. And th
boys folks help pay for the
establishing of these higher in-
stitutions. This is where you own business
come in. Mr. Farmer, you help and his power
pay the bill but how many of j Pletban in ex
the children in
who can post
holy Each day for him is judire-
His success lies in minding his
doing his work:
ts not so
*s as in
1 Between High's cornorand my
residence, a Lady's Gold Watch,
15 jeweled Elgin movement.
Finder please return to me and
C. C. Daugherty.
December 22, 19U9.
This is to certifiy that we have
: A Deal In Real Estate
t Can be handled quicker through our firm
I than any other way. Let us tell you why
sell Real Estate Anywhere
II you want to buy, sell or trade, see us.
I CUSHING REALTY CO.
ICNEELAND A WARREN S
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High & Co.
On the Corner U i
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