The Cushing Democrat (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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Sumr |*oplo may
all of ihi* tloo but we can vouch
for th® truth of all of it
Early mark the "early on
Wednesday morning thr "old
man's" |H|* *ent out Untiring
to relight it ho sought a match monday, jam. 17. 1910.
and found no! on# in the shop 2lM) p. m. in* poet km of Col
Now hero cum** the apparently W*»- DsfMUtawata
improbable part of tho story. 7:30 p. m. Addrvss of wel
The Editor had a nirkle With com*. President J. H. Connell
"1^21 ht*t prtjcwcl^l to tvkaoay.jamuamylh.19lu. , -
tho C ushing Trading C umpanys . . , , 3wi p. m
Ik. of burin,*. to pun-ha*- the! * "» m. Con. and ,w. I»r. H
matelwa. II. found the clerk.! P"**"-1 Muurtwu~ *nd i colle*e.
aii standing sleepily around but, 4.*00 p. m
when he informed them he had
come in to purchase largely a
wave of excitement swept over
the place. It rapidly receded
however until he informed them
that he had the "mon."
Then surprise that the editor
had money they had had deal-
ings with him before -having
istssed away, they all surrounded
the smiling editor eager to dis-
|x>se of the whole store. learn-
ing that it was a box of matches
he wanted, every cierk rushed for
the match department. In the
rush one of the clerks threw a
box of matches down with suffi-
cient force to ignite them. With
great presence of mind and bra-
very, George Garmon seized the
the box. removed the then burn-
ing matches and thus again was
Cushing saved without water
N. B. Mr. Garmon requests
us to say that he does not desire
a public subscription.
The editor meanwhile took his
box, helped himself to a handful
from the free box and departed,
greatly impressed by two truths:
1. When you have money you
2. When a printer gets hold
of any money something is sure
Good, Clean Comedy Coming.
Manager Douglass advises
that he has booked for next Mon-
day night at the opera house
Mr. James McCabe in the refined
comedy, "The Irish Senator" and
that he has arranged with the
management of that attraction
for popular prices of 25, 35 and
50 cents. For the past two sea-
sons this same company has
played the larger cities at 75c
and $1.00 prices and onr patrons
can rest assured of getting their
The dialogue of "The Irish
Senator" is bright, witty and at
all times interesting. The story
abounds in many comedy situa-
tions, which never descend to
horse play or vulgarity, which is
too often the case in many of
.the so-called comedies, on the
contrary there is a fund of wit
and humor permeating the entire
peroformance which is distinc-
tively enjoyable and free from
suggestiveness. The company
carry their own scenery and at
these popular prices there should
be a crowded house.
Below is a list of letters re-
maining unclaimed at this office
during the week ending January
8, 1910. One cent due on all
matter advertised. When call-
ing for any of these please say
advertised, giving date of list.
Fred Brown, Sam Brown, John
Davis, Snooks Davidson, Wm.
Garrison, Mrs. Hattie Gaines, G.
A. Guise, Will Heavanks, Win-
fred Hummel, Miss Koye, Fred
Klinck, Miss Mary Kelley, Mrs.
P. D. Lindsey, S. E. Lewis, J.
Mack, Miss Maggie Msller, R. A.
Moore, Mrs. Lizzie Moore, A. T.
Tipton, Miss Julia Williams,
Bebbe Wade, Miss Eannie Walk-
er, Miss Ellen Williams.
A. H. Holland. P. M
A recent bulletin of the census
bureau reports mortality statistics
for eighteen states. The mor-
tality among farmers due to
typhoid fever, cancer, appolexy
and paralysis, suicide, and acci-
dent is higher than that of all
occupations: mortality due to
tuberculosis, pneumonia, and
Blight's disease is lower among
1«>.00J"m m. Cultivation of| tor. i'rof. K
crop*. Professor L. A. Moor- college
house, A. Si M. (oiiegiv Discus- j, rn
cuasion by 'Farm Superintendent1
W. K. Kvans, and Geo. L Bish-
11:00 a. m. Corn Breeding.
W. L Burlison. Assistant Ag-
ronomist. Discussion by W. A.
Adams. Stillwater, and I). C.
2:00 p. m. How to Handle a
Wild Horse Without Touching
His Head; also demonstration of
handling horses. D.Ward King.
7:30 p. m. Music by College
I^esson From Our Farm. Jos.
E. Wing. Mechanicsburg, Ohio.
Our Service to the Agricultural
Interests. Professor John A.
Craig, A. & M. College.
The State and the Farmer.
Hon. J. P. Connors, Guthrie,
President of the State Board of
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910.
8:30 a. m. Judging Corn and
Cotton. Professors Moorhouse
10:00 a. m. Good Roads With-
out Money. D. Ward King, of
2:00 p. m. Parade of pure
bred live stock, including inspec-
tion at the tent.
3:00 p. m, Demonstration in
Judging Draft Horses and Mules.
slighting his work, which too
often means a poor crop. If he
were on his own land he could
put in every day of nice weather
in the field. He would know the
nature of his soil and how to
work it to the best advantage,
instead of having to lose time
To the man with little money I
would say, buy a home now. If
you can't get the best there is
get the best you can. Don't go
on from year to year trying to
clean up some other man's cock
lebur patch. If you wait until
you have the cash to pay all
down on a farm you are likely
never to own one. — A. E. Kling
ler in Farmers Mail and Breeze.
Professor John A, Craig.
7:30p.m. Music by College
Spraying Fruit, Professor F.
Horsfall, Superintendent Fifth
District State Agricultural School
Orchard Cultivation. Profes-
sor O. M. Morris, A. & M. Col-
San Jose Scale. Professor C.
E. Sanborn, A. & M. College.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910.
8:30 a. m. Demonstration in
Fruit Packing ard the Prepara-
tion of Spraying Mixtures. Pro-
fesessors Morris and Sanborn.
10:00 a. m, Alfalfa. Jos. E.
Wing, of Ohio. Discussion by
Hon. Ewers White, McLoud.
11:002a. m. The Road Drag
and How to Use It—Lecture and
Demonstration. D. Ward Kins:.
2:00 p. m. Demonstration in
Judging Sheep. Professor John
3:00 p. m. Demonstration in
Judging Hogs. Professor W E.
Linklater, A. & M. College.
4:00 p. m. Demonstration in
dutton. Profvaaunt lluurhouao and
10.110 a m Bermuda graaa
and other forage rrofak Prof. I*
lH«ru«Moa l»v T. M Jeffords.
A. A M college and H. Young
blood Oklahoma City.
11 DO a m. Marketing cotton.
Hardv l>taJ Tecumseh.
2.-00 p. m Dairy cattle. G. M
lambert aa»i»tant dairy man A 6
Feeding dairy cat-
P. Miller A. A M.
(MM mi Ms.
He is a wise maf> who la aa rare
ful of his credit as he la of his
receipt will do
a tariff graft that
Some on# has said that the rea-
son why those who mind
they have so little competition.
What has henene of "butcher-
ing" day as it used to he known
on the farm in the old days? It
!><> you know that the dollars intt^hnnjnuXr La
hj.i t.w .k # , ,n* lhr farmer* lanier is fast he
abide with those farmers who
coming s lost art and we can't
The hand separs-
C Potts A. & M.
Why dairying? W.
W. MarpU>. Indiana.
Business session of Oklahoma
Ke|x>rt of Committees.
Annual Election of (tfticers.
7:30 p. m. Music Ity college
grew the bulk of the food used
, ., . , . , . . help I nit believe that the farmer
«,U.UbW and for* .lock a.,. Ih, |uwr,Unby
. ' I you a little trouble to bring your
According to statistics only S 12 meat from town I Hit it is not ssv-
prr cent of the total srea of the |ng yuu any money.
earth is tillable. Time you were ~
hold of a farm or there . " lw|)r ,hww •
won't liv any left hyataric lit twcau.e taxe. an- a
little higher than they
When a girl haa too fellers on
a string, she'll swear she loves
years ago would probably com-
mit suicide if he lived in Musko-
'em both, an* while they're scrap- v nw. .w..
p..'ovarii, .tap., !^ty.0£„ S-FJK
an utter stranger. I*. Angles lh. llult yMr m new ^
' L, houses at a cost of $192,000. The
We told a neighbor of ours the folks there believe in education
Control of hog cholera and «th<*rd*y ln a kindly way, when Und think thst money* spent for
other infectious diseases. Dr. . co"P|r,n|f *bout h*nl tbis purpose is well spent. Even
dress, Miss Day. Instructor and
art work A. & M. college. »
Lewis A. & M. college. .times, that a few more brood
Address. W. W. Marple. Indiana f^er worthless cur"
TUESDAY JANUARY lx into on h,B fa™ * better help him
tuesday, january is, 1810. ^ to nmke ^ en(jg me<}t
9:30 p. m. Color and Form in A lawyer fintl# jt profiub,e to
spend hundreds and sometimes
... . i thousands of dollari forslibrary.
HWUa. m Hou* planU and The wlenc. of «riculture i. a»
window winlenii. O. M. Moms bn)ad „ (he hw but ,
Professor of horticulture."d bat- ccn, „f [am<in have |jl)nl
"I T' , " Some even do not take .
2:00 p. m. A Company Lun- fan„ J)aper
If one has to take trouble it is
far better to take it in capsules
so as not to leave a bad taste in
the mouth. Those who have tak-
cheon- Demonstration, Members
of the Senior Class in domestic
science A. & M. college.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1910
9:30 a. m. Textile fabrics and
means of judging dress goods f" * i" thismannersay this is
* Cultivate cheerfulness and
and trimmings, Miss Acheson
Porfessor domestic art A. & M
10:30 a. m. Hygiene. Miss
Landes Professor domestic econ-
omy A. &. M. college.
2:00 p. m. Accidents and emo-
gencies, Dr. Qleverden, physician
to the college.
3:00 p. m. Some insect pests
of the household, C. E. Sanborn,
Professor entomology A. & M.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910
9:30 a. m. Appliances for the
sick room, Miss Landes
10:30 a. m. Right use of starhy
foods in the diet. Dr. L. L. Lewis
Professor zoology and bacteriol-
ogy, A & M. college,
2:00 p. m, Interior decoration
illustrated with lantern slides,
FRIDAy, JANUARY 21, 1910.
8:30 a. m. Methods of manu-
facture of some articles in every
day use, Miss Acheson.
10:30 a. m. Certain simple but
beneficial physical exercise, Miss
Ross Physical director for women
A. & M. college.
2:00 p. m. Cooking of poultry
—demonstration, Miss Landes.
Alone In Saw Mill At Midnight.
unmindful of dampness, drafts,
storms or cold, W. J. Atkins
worked as Night Watchman, at
Banner Springs, Tenn. Such
exposure gave him a severe cold
that settled on his lungs. At
last he had to give up work. He
tried many remedies but all failed
till he used Dr. King's New Dis-
covery. "After using one bottle''
he writes, "I went back to work
well as ever." Severe Colds^
stubborn Coughs, inflamed
throats and sore lungs, Hemor-
rhages, Croup and Whooping
there will be little use for cap-
"Say," called his wife from
the window, "you forgot some-
He came back.
"What did I forget?"
"You forgot to slam the door.
He slammed it all right, all
right, all right. -The Tradesman.
It is a lasting and continuing
regret that last summer's heat
cannot in some way be worked
up into a saving of fuel when
winter comes. If we could only
bottle up the heat as some are
bottling up the elictricity it
might give the coal dealer all the
trouble he could wish for.
The term farm implements
once included little more than the
scythe, sickle, shovel, rake, etc,
Today the farmer is in a sense an
engineer or farm mechanic, for
the modern implements require
care and experience in operating.
He kneeds to know how to oper-
ate machinery if he would get
the most out of it,
It is the part of wisdom to be
away from home when a neigh-
bor calls to borrow something, or
when some faker calls. In the
latter case it will be a good plan
to ' 'tie the dog loose.'' One can
muster up courage tq have a
tooth pulled or to pay his taxes
but the habitual borrower ex-
hausts all patience.
The kind housewife had just
handed the hungry hobo a sand-
wich and a piece of pie.
"Poor man," she said, sym-
pathetically. "Are you marri-
"No'me," answered the hobo.
" I got dis hunted look from be-
in' chased from place t' place by
My poor man," said the kind
the Indian residents there are
willing to pay If they can hsve
their children educated.
Accompanying a program of
the lectures and demonsrtations
to be given at the Stat*; Agricul-;
tural and mechanical College dur- j
ing the week of January 17, Prof. 1
Miller informs us that the pros-
pects are good for a large atten- j
dance. The papers of the coun-
ty are giving wide publicity to
the good roads lectures and dem-
strations to be given by D. Ward
King of Missouri. The State
Corn Growers' Association will
hold a meeting at the College on
the 18th, the horticulturists on
the 19, the State Swine Breeders'
Association on the 20th, and the
State Dairy Association will hold
its annual meeting on the 21st.
The program for each day is a
strong one. A course of espec-
ial interest to women will also be
given throughout the week
Over four hundred men and wo-
men attended the course last
At The M. E. Church
Sunday, January 16, 1910.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m,
All are invited.
At The Baptist Church.
Sunday, January 16, 1910.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p.m. Preaching.
For Sale Cheap,
A Moen Double Buggy, in good
condition and one set of Double
Harness. Call on
JE. Cr White, North Cushing.
Looking One's Best.
It's a woman's delight to look
her best but pimples, skin erup-
tions, sores ann boils rob life of
joy. Listen! Bucklin's Arnica
Salve cures them; makes the skin
soft and velvety. It glorifies the
face. Cures Pimples, Sore Eyes,
Cold Sores, Cracked Lips, Ohap-
ped Hands. Try it. Infallible
for Piles. 25c. at All Druggists.
get quick relief and
prompt cure from this glorious' housewife as she handed out a
medicine. 50c and $1.00. Trial scrap of prune pie, "how did you
bottle free, guaranteed by All come to fail if you owned a con-
Druggists. densed milk factory?"
rk rt j, , 7 T". , "Ah, ma'am, responded the
Dr. Dowd s lecture before the
teachers association of North-
, nn , , me partner. He called de milk
westrrn Oklahoma was a refresh- de 'Globe' brand and we went
ing discoure of unique character, up."
T„, - r . Q. , _ - His address sparkled with wit "And the name ruined it?"
Judging Fat Stock. Professors and ^ much that reached the "Yes, ma'am. Yehse<
Craig and Linklater. sympathetic nature in man. He gIobe 19 tw°-thirds water."
7:30 p. m Stones of Old dealt with "The Social Aspects . "Mama," said little John
2T,d Jra^e,s- E- W'"S- of Art" in a way that
The Poultry Industry . M. A. I anyone to admire the
Stung For 15 Years.
by Indigestion's pangs—trying
many doctors and $200,00 worth
of medicine in vain, B. F. Ays-
cue, of Ingleside, N. C., at last
used Dr. King's New Life Pills,
and writes they wholly cured
him. They cure Constipation,
Biliousness, Sick Headache,
Stomach' Liver, Kidney and
Bowel troubles. 25c at All
I will sell at my residence 2 3-4
miles west of Cushing, (Old I
Town) on Thursday Jan. 20. 1910.
Eight head of horses and mules.
Watfana.Preridwt BBd Paltry and appreciat£ real worth in Bfc
Association: Frank E. Buck. G. E. Moiter. County Superin-
Member Board of Director, Sute ten<fenU Alfalfa county. Dr
Poultry Association. ,Dowd
feiday. january 21, 1910
£30 a. m.
would lead J U,t a ^ " Eight head of horses and mules.
„ " you naughty boy, Johnny! Five head of cattle. Seven head
. ... What made you do it?" she ask- of hosrs. Farm inolements
"tune at the Presby-
terian church in Cushing. Wed-
Judging cora and neday, January 19th.
"I bet Billy Roberta my cap
against two buttons that you'd
~ive a penny to me to buy some
apples with. You don't want roe ** noon.
of hogs. Farm inplements. feed
and household furniture.
Terms. Nine months credit at
10 per cent interest. Free lnnch
io ;ose my mi
o do you?" He got
Powell. Auct. M.
C J. Alden, Clerk.
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