The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1906 Page: 2 of 6
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THE HOMINY NEWS.
NEW STATE NEWS
Dr. T. W, Brewer has been ap-
pointed a pension examining surgeon
The potato crop in the vicinity of
"Weleetka was damaged considerably
■by the recent frosts in that locality.
t The Coal Creek Power company has
been organized at Henryetta with a
capital stock of $10,000. It is pro-
posed to build a large power plant.
The secretary of the Tulsa com-
mercial club has been placed under
a salary that he may give more time
to the interests of the city.
Burglars last week entered the gen-
eral store of E. E. Lowry at Dawson.
Thirty pairs of shoes besides a large
quantity of hats, caps and general
merchandise was stolen.
The First National Bank of Tulsa
has been made the depository of the
Tulsa city funds, paying 4 1-3 per
Good Graham Twists, Nice Graham
Wafers and Crackers and Some
Graham twists are made of three
or four ’parts of graham flour to one
part sweet cream. Whole wheat Hour
may be substituted. Sift the graham
IMMUNITY FROM PNEUMONIA
May Be Ensured by Healthy Living
and Attention to Sanitary
Though modern medical science has
MIKE’S GREAT SCHEME.
Sow He Planned to Secure Easy Pleas-
ure When Freed from Army
"The boys in the army,” said the
decided that pneumonia is an int'ec- I captain, in spinning bis yarn in the
tious disease that fact need not ter- 1 Chicago inter Ocean, "were always
rlt'y If one take a little trouble to
flour, and, if very coarse, add half learn something about t..e dtesase. It
talking about what they would do
when the war was over and they were
at home. They would never, so help
them gracious, march a single mile.
white flour; have flour cold and in ! is produced by a special microbe the
a basin; have cream cold and, drop- j existence of which is so common in
ping into the flour stir briskly with j the mouth of even heallhy individuals , They woulTlet the^ other‘fellows'do
a fork, allowing no wet pools to form, that it is considered almost as a nor-
This should nuke a very stiff dough ! mal inhabitant of the upper part of
the digestive tract. One reason why
the waiking and they would ride. They
swore by the great horn spoon that
they would never wear a uniform of
any sort, and tney would never take
. . . , , , , , i orders from any man. They would
sound when pulled off. Roll thin as i subcutaneous v Is because the spec a I « , , , „ ,, ... , ,. .
, . ...... ,, . . , ‘ 1 tight shy of all organization and disci-
------* 1 property of the germ is to produce pua '
which should not stick to the board
while being kneaded one-half hour, or the saliva of a human being is likely
until a piece will give a snapping to prove fatal to animals if injected
piecrust and cut into strips one-naif
to three-quarters of an inch wide;
twist with hands and lay in baking
pan; the oven should not be too hot.
When done they are crisp, and the
starch is dextrini/.ed (partially di-
gested), as in zweibach.
Graham Crackers—Seven cupfuls of
graham flour, one cupful of thick
sweet cream (or butter), one pint oi
sweet milk, two teaspoonfuls of bak-
ing powder; sieve and rub the bak-
ing powder into the flour; add the
cream (or butter, which should be
rubbed into the flour well), a little
salt, then the milk; mix well, and roll
as thin as soda crackers; cut in any
whenever it gains entrance directly
under the tissues. It does not pro-
duce a purulent Inflammation in pneu-
monia, because it lies on the mucous
membrane of the lungs, but does not
gain an entrance into the tissues.
Sometimes it finds its way into the
blood, but does not produce serious re-
sults unless the patient is much run
From these facts it can be seen that
the problem of the method by which
pline and would do as iliev darned
please for all the rest of their lives.
"Michael Higgins, of our company,
went further than this. He knew
what he would do when he got home.
He would buy a farm in the rolling
country and build him a fine house
with beds or lounges in every blessed
room. He would sleep whenever he
wanted to. He would hire a bugler
and a drummer to comtS under his
window every morning to play reveille.
pneumonia is contracted is exceeding- Just as the>' would «et a fair Start
ly difficult. The presence of the germ he would 8e<- °»t of bed, open the win-
is not sufficient alone to produce the dow- and say t0 their faces>: “ To the
disease, but there must be a certain dlvil wid Te- >’e blatherin’ spalpeens,
shape; bake quickly; then leave about predisposition on the part of the pn- , Stop yer no*se and get out of this
the stove for a few hours to dry thor- tlent, followed by the deposition of
Perry has just voted a $30,000 bond
proposition to be used for building a
standpipe and repairing the present
waterworks system. This is the
second election held for this purpose,
the first having been declared illegal
by the bond buyers.
Tom Dancer, former city marshal of
Maud, who has been confined in jail
since last February upon the charge
of killing Ad Chambers has been ad-
mitted to bail. During an altercation
Chambers shot Dancer, who finally
killed his assailant.
Bran Biscuits—One quart of
this germ on a mucous membrane.
Though the method of the dlstrib”-
or water; three teaspoonfuls of but- tion of the disease is not known def-
ter (or lard) three tablespoonfuls fniteiy it is acquired by mingling wi'h
sugar; two tablespoonfuls oaker’s crowds at a time when one is extreme-
yeast (any live yeast will do); pinch ly tired, or when, for some reason or
other, the interval since taking food
has been longer than usual.
___________________ . Dr. Anders, who is an authority on
of batter cake dough; add the rest climatology, says in an article on lobar had a lieutenant who was almost as
bad as Mike. He declared time and
of salt, and flour, wheat and graham.
Take enough wheat flour to use up
the water, making it the consistency
quick.’ Then the drummer and the
bugler would sneak away and Mike
would go back to bed and rejoice that
army days were over.
’’This was Mike’s idea of revenge on
those who had made a business of
w'aking him up in the army. He
would take solid comfort in being
waked up that he might order the
buglers and drummers to get out. We
Politeness costs nothing. According- |
ly it is a cheap and effective equip
ment for the bunco steerer.
Garfield Tea overcomes constipation, sick
headache, liver and kidney diseases.
The self-made man generally has a
Lewis’ Single Binder straight 5c. Many
smokers prefer them to 10c cigars. Your
dealer.or Lewis’ Factory, Peoria, 111.
In talking about the many worth-
less husbands, do the women properly
appreciate the few good ones?
Mrs. IVliiglow'M Soothing Syrup.
For clilldreu teething, softenu the gum*, reduces 1i*
^animation, alluy* pitln. cutes wind colic. 25ca bottle*
There is too little attention given to
two mighty important words: "Don’t
Delight is never found in flight from
And how helpless he is in the pres-
ence of serious illness!
again that he would buy an island far
out in the Pacific, where he could
never by any chance see a soldier or a
gun or hear a shot fired. He entered
the regular army in 1866, worked his
Territorial Superintendent Baxter
announces that examinations for com-
mon school diplomas will be held at
all county seat towns on May 17 and
18. The regular examination for
teacher’s certificates in all cities of
the first class will be held on May 31
and June 1 and 2.
It has been announced that a double
passenger service will be installed on
June 3 on the Rock Island between
El Reno and Mangum. It is also ex-
pected that another train will be put
on the Enid and Anadarko branch of
that road about the same time.
of the ingredients and as much gra- pneumonia: “The coincidence of ex-
ham flour as can be stirred in with isting low temperatures, high baro-
a spoon. Set away until morning, metric pressure, the direction and ve-
in the morning, grease a pan, flour lodty of the wind and maximum mor-
the hands and take a lump of dough tality from pneumonia is so uniform.y
the size of a large egg, roll lightly constant as to suggest a close and d‘- ___ =______________>
between the palms; put into the pan rept relation between their combined way to the rank of major, and was
and let them rise 20 minutes, and influence and the progress of morta'- wounded on San Juan hill in 1898
ity from pneumonia. But.” he adds. ..Even the major general command-
ing our division declared that when
peace was declared he would retire to
his old college town, seek the ap-
pointment of president of some uni-
versity or college, and eschew poli-
tics and military affairs. But he was
elected governor of his state before
he left the army, was appointed a
member of Grant’s first cabinet, was
later appointed president and receiver
of a great railroad, wras elected to con-
grses, and did not become president of
a law college until many years had
‘‘Most of the men who swore they
never would join any organization be-
bake in a tolerably hot oven.
Graham Wafers — Cne-third cupful "tde major influence by the seasons,
of butter, one-third cupful of sugar; however, is probably not direct, that
half teaspoonful of salt; one pint ot l®- by a lowering of the bodily tern-
white flour; one pint of graham flour, perature resistance due to the low
Mix the butter, sugar and salt; chop temperature, high barometric pressure,
this mixture into the white and gra- direction and velocity of the wind,
ham flour mixed; wet it with cold e^- but indirect, namely, by bringing
water into a very stiff dough; knead
well, and roll out very thin; cut in
squares or any shape desired and
bake quickly.—The Commoner.
about that effective element in the
causation, concentration and increased
virulence of the specific poison in con-
sequence of closed doors and windows
and lack of free ventilation.”
From these facts we see that wa
may procure immunity from pneu-
monia by healthy living, and that san-
itary conditions are needed rather
than protective serums. The Japanese
Best in Existence.
“I sincerely believe, all things con-
sidered, Hunt’s Lightning Oil is the
most useful and valuable household
remedy in existence. For Cuts, Burns,
Sprains and Insect Hites it has no
equal so far as my experience goes.”
G. E. Huntington.
.-...I, Eufaula Ala.
His Great Tact
At nn ‘‘at home” a young man came
in and made his way to the hostess,
greeting her and apologizing for his
■‘Awfully glad to see you. Mr.
Blank,” said the hostess. “So good
of you to come. But where is your
"I am commissioned to tender his
regrets. You see we are so busy just
now we tossed up to see which would
“How nice! Such an original idea!
And you won?”
“No,” said the young man, absently,
Increasing Among Women, But
Sufferers Need Not Despair
THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE
Of nil Hie diseases known, with which
Hie female organism is afflicted, kidney
disease is the most fatal, and statistics
show tiiut this disease is on the increase
in a Pinch. Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
A powder. It cures painful, smart-
ing. nervous feet and ingrowing nails.
It s the greatest comfort discovery ot
the age. Makes new shoes easy. A
certain cure for sweating feet. Sold
by ali druggists, 25c. Trial package,
FREE. Address A. S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, N. Y.
White paint, when dirty, should be
washed in milk. Colored paints may
also be treated in this way.
Lime sprinkled on me shelves will ^e“ us 7 lesson'in'“this, for they''are ca“me‘ mTmle^orthe' ^Xr." and '7 “l?''
Saved “The Man With the Hoe”
The celebrated painting by Millet,
“The Man With the Hoe,” was saved
from the Crocker mansion on Nob
Hill in San Francisco before the house
was destroyed. The butler, says a
dispatch to Mr. Crocker in New York,
“saved paintings, tapestries and
chairs.” In the collection of paint-
The cornerstone of the new Odd ^eep ^ic^ies and iams Ja store- essentially a people who live in fresli kept alive their old comradship. Many ' 7'.''7„,77,’ 7.'.7.!.’ 7! ”7'
Fellows’ home at Muskogee was laid
last week with appropriate ceremonies
conducted by the grand master. The
building as planned will cost $10,000.
room from Decoming moldy. The lime air and sunshine. Personal cleanliness of the men who declared they never Puvi,s de Chavannes Pissaro and Con-
must be renewed occasionally, as it jg another factor in the prevention of would march a mile or carry a knap- ’tat) e’ as well as Millet.
Haskell is preparing to vote on a
bond issue of $10,000 to build a school
house. The town is two years old,
has a population of seven hundred
people and an assessed valuation of poured into a glass jar or tumbler ay
ioses its strength.
When tablecloths are beginning to
get shabby in the middle or at the
folds a few inches cut at one end and
one side will completely alter the
place of all folds and will give the
cloth a new lease of life.
Boiling-hot liquid may be safely
tuberculosis and pneumonia, which are
6ack went afoot to Iowa, Kansas and
Nebraska with knapsacks on their
backs. In 1865 I met scores of them
For Thirty Years.
“Inclosed find money order for one
FISH ROE IN GREAT DEMAND traveling across the country sleeping dollar' for which please send its worth
Good Prices Offered in France for Im-
portant Product of Atlantic
Carl Osborne, the sixteen-year-old
son of Web Osborne, a "Washita
county farmer, was instantly killed
by the accidental explosion of a shot-
gun, while hunting near Cordell. The
accident occurred in sight of hundreds
of passengers on a Frisco train, which
happened to be passing at the time.
first putting a silver spoon in the dish.
Be careful, however, that a draught cf
cold air does not strike the vessel
Instead of using any sort of veil-
case, which requires the folding of an
already mussed veil into still more
creases, use a toy rolling pin and roll
your veils around it, smoothing out
the mussed ends as well as you can.
Never expose leather to the extreme
heat of a fire or it will become hard
and liable to crack. Shoes and bo<-ts
should be dried at a safe distance
from the fire, but to expedite the pro-
cess they may be filled with oats, rise
damp of the leather will be absorbed
out of doors as they did in the army,
and too often foraging off the country
as they did in war times. When I
took the stage in Iowa I found four
well-dressed, quiet fellows in the
choice seats. They apparently were
unacquainted w’ith each other, and had
little to say. They impressed me as
There is now offered to the fisher-
men of the New England coast a ready
and profitable market in France for . . . , „ . ..
„ , . ... successful business men well up m the veloDs into the old cat
fish roe, or spawn, an Important by- „„„„ . .. v 'elop!5
in Simmons Liver Purifier, put up in
tin boxes. I have been using the med-
icine for thirty years.”
Thos H. Reilly,
No comment necessary. Price 25c
Often the kittenish young girl de-
product of the cod, hake and pollack
“The sardine fishery, a valuable in-
ways of the world.
"The second night out we learned
that the hotel where we expected to
dustry ’of France,” says Consul Gen- spend the night had been burned down,
eral Mason, “is confined principally to
the 150 mile stretch of the Atlantic
coast from Lorient to the mouth of the
Gironde, the principal mart of the sar-
dine fisherman being at Les Sables
d’Olonne. The sardine spawns in
deep water and comes about five
months of the year to shallow waters
The druggists of the two territories
held their sixteenth annual conven-
tion in Guthrie last week. Several
hundred druggists were in attendance.
The election resulted as follows:
President, Robert Scott, of Oklahoma jjy the oats, which may be dried and along the coast in search of food. The floor, and there wasn’t a place for us. fde partition of Bengal, which was not
different minute marine growths Thereupon one of my traveling friends Issued to the press. The government
which form the natural food of the said: ’What about the office floor here? demands a public apology for the ac-
and tbat the only other hotel in the
small town was more than full. When
we asked for accommodations, the wor-
ried landlord said he had from four
to eight people in every bedroom, that
he had given up the dining-room to
four ladies, that his parlor was in
possession of people sleeping on the
Complexion bad? Tongue coated? Liver
deranged? Take Garfield Tea.
Press Muzzling in India
The question of the liberty of the
press in India has been brought up
through the removal of the States-
man, an Anglo-Indian newspaper of
Calcutta, from the list of papers sup-
plied with official documents, for hav-
ing published Lord Curzon's note on
City; First Vice President. C. A.
Frazier, of Red Rock; Second Vice
President, C. P. Wickmiller, of King-
fisher, Secretary and Treasurer, F. M.
Weaver, of Oklahoma City.
Tecumeeh at the election held ldst
■week voted a $60,000 bond issue to be
used in establishing a waterworks
plant for that city. Only eight votes
were cast against the proposition. The
city will also put in an electric light
plant of its own in the near future.
A toll bridge company has been or-
ganized at Choteau which will bridge
the Verdigris river near that place.
Work on the new structure has al-
Dustin has secured a wagon factory.
The Kirk wagon factory has made
arrangements to establish the enter-
prise at that plaoe. The town has
given five atres of land and will sub-
scribe for $7,000 worth of 6tock.
put away again for future use.
Whenever an oil painting becomes
dusty and discolored, it may be
cleansed by the use of white raw pota-
to, for artists frequently make use of
this method. Commence at one corner
of the picture and rub the surface
with a raw potato which has been flat-
sardine have become depleted, and in
order to attract and retain the im-
mense shoals of that fish on the
French coast the fishermen have been
obliged for years to feed or bait the
sardines with some material as similar
tened by removing a slice; as fast as as possible to their natural food. For
the potato becomes discolored remove this purpose the main recourse of the
a thin slice with a sharp knife and
continue to rub the picture until the
entire surface has been cleansed. Then
wipe the picture off with a soft cloth,
and it will be found quite clean, and
the paints Trill not be injured or faded,
but simply cleaned.—Good Literature.
Two cups of New Orleans molasses.
Two cups of soft A sugar.
One cup of butter.
One saltspoon of salt.
One teaspoon of vanilla.
Six quarts of peanuts.
Put the butter, sugar and molasses
on together, adding the salt after it
comes to a boil. Boil until it forms a
forty-eight soft ball in cold water, then take
from the stove and beat vigorously
ten minutes. Return to the stove and
boil until a spoon drawn through it
makes a slight path. Add the vanilla
and heat again. When beginning to
in the peanuts and
fisherman has been to the roe or egg3
of codfish and mackerel, derived from
the fisheries of Norway, pickled in salt
brine, packed in wooden barrels and
imported to France under the name
of roe or codfish and mackerel, dutia-
ble at 16 cents per long ton.
“There are engaged in the French
sardine fishery about 2,000 boats, each
of which uses under ordinary condi-
tions about 25 barrels of roe during
the fishing season of each year. Of
this vast quantity about 30.000 bar-
rels per annum have been derived from
Has anyone rented that?’ The land- tion of the editor, which the proprie-
lord said it was at our service, if we
could sleep on the bare floor.
“First one and then another and an-
other of the travelers said as he had
spent four years in the army he could
sleep anywhere. The fourth man said:
‘The same here,’ and I fell in with: 'I
am just out of the service.’ Then,
tors refuse. The Statesman is sup-
ported in its action by the Indian
press and all the other Anglo-Indian
newspapers in India except the Cal-
One of Prexy's Retorts
Several years ago, President North-
much to the surprise of the landlord, roP of the Minnesota State University,
the quintet of soldiers spread news-
papers on the floor, took blankets
out of their packs, and were soon
settled comfortably for the night. The
next morning each one declared that
he had sworn that he would never
do such a thing its he had done that
was on a trip in the east, and after
attending the Yale centennial was
present at a banquet over which
Chauncey M. Depew presided as toast-
master. Mr. Depew, in calling up
President Northrop made a number of
very flattering and complimentary re-
night, and that he had cut away from marks and wound up by introducing
all army associations and habits. Each the president as "the great western
felt that he had had enough of rough- cyclone of education.”
ing it, but in the next two weeks we President Northrop arose, adjusted
Jl/lrj.Em ma Sawyer
Unless early and correct treatment 53
applied the patient seldom survives
when once the disease is fastened upom
her. Wo believe Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound is the most effi-
cient treatment for chronic kidney
troubles of women, and is the only med-
icine especially prepared for this
When a woman Is troubled with pain
or weight in loins, backache, frequent,
painful or scalding urination, swelling
of limbs or feet, swelling under the
eyes, an uneasy, tired feeling in the
region of the kidneys or notices a
sediment in the urine, she should
lose no time in commencing treatment
with Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable
Compound, as it may be the means of
saving her life.
For proof, read what Lydia E. Pink-
liaip's Vegetable Compound did for Mrs.
“ I cannot express the terrible suffering I
had to endure. A derangement of the female
organs developed nervous prostration ami a
serious kidney t roil bio. The doctor attended
me for a year, but I kept getting worse, until
I was unable to do anything, and I made up
my mind I could not live. 1 finally decided
to try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
pound as a last resort, and I am to-day a well
woman. I cannot praise ittoo highly, and I
tell every suffering woman about my case.’'
—Mrs. Emma Sawyer, Conyers, Ga.
Mrs. Pinkham gives free advice to
women ; address in confidence, Lynn,
Where no love
is lost no life is
When the devil’s to pay we get no
Suicides haven’t any brains, so how
can they blow them out?
How’s This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
case < f Catarrh that canuut bo cured bj Halt's
F. J. CHENEY «fc CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly hon-
orable In ull business trau-acllong and financially
able to carry out uny obligations made by his Arm.
Walhino. Rinnan A: Marvin,
Wholesale DrumflBts, Toledo, O.
nail's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
At a late revival meeting a number
of women asked the evangelist to pray
for their husbands. Every husband
prayed for will be mad; a man does
not enjoy being placarded in a crowd
as so wicked that public prayers are
necessary for his salvation. And he
particularly objects to his wife an-
nouncing that he needs the prayers
of his pious friends, particularly the
prayers of pious men. Men are all
alike in certain particulars: None of
them like to have their name men-
tioned at a revival coupled with a
request for prayer.—Atchison Globe.
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It cures Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm.
Itch, and any other skin troubles of
any itching character, and does it
right away. One application affords
relief—one box guaranteed to cure, if
not your money is cheerfully refunded.
Don't forget the name—Hunt’s Cure.
All the world’s geniuses are work-
ing for the clever men.
the Seandanavlan fisheries, some from ?idJ^ the 8Quare hls ?las803 wi,h carP' and- facln* ,he
the French cod fisheries on the coast
of Newfoundland and a small quan-
toastmaster, said: “I suppose I must
accept that, coming as it does from
John T. Rutherford,
years old, died at his home two miles
south of Broken Arrow from the
effect of a kick in the stomach re-
ceived from a horse. Mr, Rutherford
•was a member of the Anti-Horse Thief gr0w cold, stir
association which assisted in the fun- pour jnto buttered pans.
inch as we ever did in the army.
“One night an old farmer said we
tity from the United States. The mlgHt sleep in his barn if we wouldn't such a recognized authority on wind,
price, delivered in France, has ranged smoke. I said at once that I had had
from $12 to $20 per barrel, but this tke konor °f sleeping in Col. Reedy's
barn down at Reedyvllle, Tenn.,
nit m or itit fiitt
has itood for the BEST
dunnj seventy years of
Remember this whenyou want water-
proof oiled coats, suits, hats, or horse
goods for all hinds of wet work.
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Railway Travel Safe.
An amateur statistician in one ot
the government departments has fig-
ured out the interesting fact that it is
about seven times safer to travel on
the railways of the United States
■than to stay at home.
Coaling on the Bun.
An American railroad is experiment-
ing with a device for coaling locomo-
tives while traveling at full speed.
The trials so far have been very suc-
Hotch potch is an old-fashioned
Scotch dish, made in :he spring, when
there are plenty of tresh vegetables,
it is a thick puree-like soup. It may
be made either from fresh or cooked
meat. This is one way of making it.
Three or four pounds of loin chops »re
put into a saucepan with about three
quarts of boiling water. Peas, harri-
eot beans, carrots, naif a turnip, pars-
•ley, a little bit of cabbage and some
green onions are added. Boil this very
slowly for an hour and a quarter, see-
year for some reason the supply from
Norway has been abnormally small,
and the price has advanced to nearly
$30 per barrel.”
Assistant—That railroad official
wouldn't have pictures of bis office
“Because I told him we couldn't do
it by flashlight, and would have to
make an exposure.”—Baltimore Amer-
The Eternal Problem.
The Young Man (enthusiastically)—*
I say who is that beautiful woman
here? Do you know her?
The Older One—I don’t,
I’ve been married to her for
son with pepper and salt. It should five years!—Bystander,
be a thick broth whm done.
the farmer, holding out his hand, said:
“By hokey, so did I, but my barn is
better than Reedy’s wa3 at that time,
| because it is cleaner and has more
hay in it, and it won't be necessary to
sleep on your rifles.’ Looking at the
man closely, I saw he was one of my
old company, and, overjoyed at the
meeting, the man who had slept in
Reedy’s barn made us comfortable in
hls own barn, bringing from hls little
house arm load after arm load of bed
clothes. The next morning he reeiared
at breakfast that his experiences in
Nebraska had been as tough as any-
thing he had struck In the army. We
all came to the conclusion that our
experience as soldiers had prepared us
to do nearly everything better than
we could have done without that ex-
*afl j RAISING
three great pursuitJ
have JU'uin shown
wonderful result* on
FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
Mturriinrr nt rllinuti* Fanner* plowing In theil
shirt iNvi'ti in Him inhMJe of November*
"A!l aie Imunil to bo fhore than pleused with
• Im* tin u I P'ulUof thti pit it aeiiMou'* harvest."**
* • nl. wilful water, hay tn iti'imilatirr- school^
Have you a cow that UwU
nteht because apparatncl from iru
And io you know that biwllh^
la a great nuisance to your ueig
In ?Mipr rlutendrnt Of
i nod a, nr to author! md
, v. hi j n. Crawford,
l< an«a« City. M\MOurl
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Sapp, Sidney. The Hominy News. (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1906, newspaper, May 18, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc405557/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.