Chickasha Daily Express. (Chickasha, Indian Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 160, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 10, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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MRS. ALIN2 D'PASSE.
Mrs. Aline J!aM 77 E. l"th St.
New York N. Y. wr.tes:
"H gives ir.e pieaure to testify to the
curative qualities of I'eruna and ilaoa
'I wb; a-Tii-ted for over seven yearn with
catarrh of the head throat and digest-
ive Organt. I consulted many physicians
bt ihry dii me do (f"od-
"Oiio day I lappa ed to read some tes-
timonials In your Perums almanac. I
decided to trv I'eruna and Manalin. I
bought a bottle of eai'b and arier taking1
them for a week I noticed a change for
the better. So I kept it m and after
using twelve bottles 1 was perfectly
"I also gave the rowlicine to mr chil
dren and they had the same beaerii ial
result. 1 would Dover bo without these
remedies in the bouse.
"1 highly recommend Peruoa and
Manolin to rll my friends and in fact
Kiss Mildred Grey 110 V.'eimar St
Appieton Wis writes:
" H give me pleasure to recommend
I'eruna for catarrh of the stomach. I
hal this disease for a number of years
and could not enjoy a mouthful of food
that I ate. It was indeei a (treat relief
when I bit upon I'eruna end obtained
decided result from the first. I took sii
rctlie before I felt entirely cured of my
trouble but I bad an aggravated case."
is ft mild cured end perfectly
cooked corned Beef and carefully
packed in lobby's Great White
Kitchens. It la prepared aa care-
fully aa you would make it in
your own kitchen.
It has the characteristics and
delicious flavor of the right kind
of corned beef.
Par Quick Serrbifv Libby's Corned
IWf. cut intn thin ihces. arranged on m
J platter and varnished with Libby's Chow
Chow malcei s tempt-
lug dih lor luncheua
dinner or supper.
Auk 7ar srcr !
I.lbSj'i u4 l.u
apo stU Likkr's
Llliky McNciB A
id s UJUlJn SifELLS
h Moderate Drlced fame loads of 1
thehifheit quallt). Any siand- u
ard Smokeless Powder any B
standard load. Consult the most i
experienced sportsman you know
and buy of your home dealer.
the union metallic
AfUKy. ti Krr.ir N.w Yrfc CHr.
Salw (jit. Su FcsaUuS Ctk
Positively cared Lj
ihcst. Little Pills.
Thev aliMi i-1Iya T)l
I tress from Dyspepsia la
I cniff stiou sua Too Heart.
Ittttlnn. A perfect mm
!ly fir Dizziness Nu
I DrowsliiCHS fis
I Xie lit lite Mourn tyosvt-
Tonirne Pnln In the
JHtds. TOKPtn t ivv-h
TUtj regulate tu lsoweU. Purely Vegetable
SIULL PILL SHUL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
i t n ls.
Genuine Must Bear
PFATiPPQ ' PaPd-
JLii.tvJ trim; lo buy any-
i tliig stlvsmswiin
fei column thouid Intt-vt upn imvin
what ti)r !nf rsluiinf sii suosu-
twes or iriiitsuani.
fciSCttlAaWUS CLL-i I fcW 1 1 r
1 s.1.amsiv ru'igll.ilaulicui
I t- i I ( r K
I m ti K .a
I iu it. cae of Use '.rji.-iiors at Cor-
S c .1 uanera.ty usJ'.Tt'jo Ut prove
j the gr.at vai'o ot fcuaas as a liold-jr
of wa'er. He took two sarap!3 of
soil from placea aooat 29 feet apart
i ErerytLing about the locatioa sus
pfsfed that the to samples should
j show the same water content. But in
one of the locations three successive
crops of crimson clover had been
turned unier. The airp!a of soil
from the place where no clover had
been turned under analyzed 8.7i per
cent moisture; 1.91 per cent huraus
and .12 nitrogen. The sample fron
the soil where the crirasoa clover had
been turned under analyzed 15 per
cent moisture; J.Hper cent huraus.
ar.d .21 nitrogen. This was a eala of
5.25 in asolsture content; 1.03 humus
content and .C9 nitrogen content.
There are very few people that stop
to consider what this means on an
acre of land. Taking the soil to a
depth of six inches It means that this
6.25 per cent. Increased moisture
would equal 93.750 pounds or 45
toTis of waer. This amount of addi-
tional water would mean a great deal
lu a dry season. The turning under
of aa occasional crop of some green
ttuff means much If it does nothing
else than hold up the water content of
the soil. It would take a great deal
of sprinkling from a hose to jut on
48 tons j? water. Many of the soils
that are now unproductive would
says Farmers' Review be productive
if they had enough water to carry
them over the dry spell of summer.
But by bad farming methods the nu-
mua has been exhausted and this has
reduced the capacity of the soil for
carrying crops through the dry sea-
son. The crops start well in the
spring and seem to be doing nicely
till the summer dry spell begins
when they at once droop as if some
Insect were assailing them. The
trouble really is that the moisture
supply was so light that it wag soon
exhausted and th soil cou'.d not sup
ply more. ""Nh loss of water holding
capacity ha really been at the bot-
tom of numerous crop failures in dif-
ferent localities. The humus supply
of the soil can be kept up by grow
ing deep rooting crops and by fertllU
lng them so heavily that they will de-
velop great masses of roots. The.
plowing under of crops grown for the
purpose of course adds much humus
to the soil but most farmers do not
like to lose the use of the land for
even a season. This may be avoided
by growing some leguminous crop in
the cornfield late in the season and
turning under the soil late In the full
or ea.-ly in the spring. Rotations of
crops help to keep up the humus sup-
pi)' if there is a grass sod to turn
A BARBED WIRE REEL.
Handy Device Which Makes Handling
of Wire Easy
A very bandy device to be used in
handling barbed wire Is shown here-
with. Take two strips 2'z inche?
wide and 30 Inches long and bore
holes through each end.. Through these
says Farm and Home put old broom
handles or any round stick and fasten
A Fencing Convenience.
by driving a nail through the square
timber. Leave one loose so that it
can bo ;)ut through the reel of wlro as
shown in the cut. The spool of wire
may be unrolled by drawing it ovn
tho ground with this simple device.
HINTS r-OR FARMERS.
Don't let any clouds get between
you and tho sunshine.
Tho farmers road to success Is
paved with good resolutions.
Lie down and stretch out a few
minutes every day Shut your eyes
and let tho worid go. It will do you
more good than anything else.
Trying to be a successful farme
without Industry economy and mod-
ern methods is in the same line with
perpftual t'ollon has not ben
Kip the cold water you drink these
days. A lot of cold water pulped
down will be ar-t. to bring on colic.
Yen haven't the time nor otrenUi to
waste In that way.
When heavy wlnda con;i up shut
the doors at the barn and at the
house. If you don't you may find
your roof away over in the back lot.
and that would not be much fun
More than one building hai been un-
roofed by leaving the doors open in a
storm. Farm Journal.
The Farmer's Living.
The fanner with a little lubor ca::
live like a prince yet oft times he
works the nardest and lives (he poor-
eat of any because he will not accept
the gooda provided. Mora properly
speaking will not rais them. What
Is better than a luscious pielon yet
how many never raiae one but ar
content to buy oue Dw and thcnT
'-la ' ' i 9 ft i a
' ' 'A d t a t ;k i.- Ij-t h
a j - ! a f t i r )
i?j a-1 U r L -eh Vj-.W1 a-.j
Li kus are gone years ago; and Ua
theia departed to return no more far
ever I suppose the real Eisser-show
the genuine nigger-show the ex-
travagant nigger-show the - show
which to me had do peer and whose
peer has not yet arrived in my ex-
perience. We have the grand opera;
ind I have witnessed and greaciy en-
joyed the first act of everything
which Wagner created but the effect
ou me has always beea so powerful
that one act was quite sufficient;
whenever I have witnessed two acts
I have gone away physically exhaust-
.d and whenever I have ventured an
ratlre opera the result has been the
sext thing to suicide. Bui if I could
save the nlgger-show back again in
its pristine purity and perfection. I
houid have but little further use for
opera. It seems to me that to the
elevated mind ad the seiusitlve spirit
the hand-organ and the nigser-show
are a standard and a summit to whose
rarefied altitude the other forms of
musical art may not bope to reach.
Mark Twain ia North American Rs
INSURANCE 'IN VE3TMENT3.
How One Company's Assets Are Dis-
tributed in ths South and Wea'
In connection with Its withdrawal
from Texas along with many' other
companies rather than to submit to
the new law which requires that 75
of the reserves on Texas policies shall
be invested in securities of that state
which securities shall be deposited In
ths state and s.ibjected to heavy taxa-
tion. In addition to the large tax now
Imposed on life Insurance premiums
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
has made public the distribution of its
assets at the end of the second year
of the new management. The Equit-
able now has 110958000 invested in
Texas which is twice as much aa the
new law requires but the manage-
ment decided that to submit to the
tddltional taxation would be aa injus-
tice to its policyholders in other
states which impose no such penalty
Dn the thrift of their citizens.
The Equitable's report shows that
mors than 37 of its total reserves
ire now invested In the southern and
western states while only 35 of its
total insurance Is carried in these
state. Its investments are distributed
s follows: Ala. ' J3.099.000: AH.
1374000; Ark. $4038000; Cal. J5P-
142000; Col. $5222000; Fla. $4924-
000; Ga.. $4048000: Idaho. J5.197.000r
111. $12617000; Ind. Ter. $443000;
tnd. $6836000; Iowa $3690000; Kan-
sas. $11637000: Kv.. $2631000:
$3054000; Md. $2207000; Mich. $6-
009000; Minn. $2065000; Miss. $767-
000; Mo.. $8197000: Mont.. 11.890.000:
Neb. $7526000; Nev. $640000; New
fliex.. $1376000; N. C $1649000; N.
D.. $677000: Ohio. 111.624.000: Dkla
$1006000; Ore. $1158000; S. C
$975000: S. D.. $1305000: Tenn.. 11..
909000; Utah $2134000; Va. $6592-
J00; Wash. $1202000; W. Va.. $5623-
D00; Wis. $2342000; Wyo.. $3307000.
Targets for Anglers.
Not long ago several wood disks
Jne foot in diameter painted white
ind each provided with a line and a
lead weight were placed In the pool
in Central park this city by
the Anglers' club for targets for fly
nd bait-casting. As a granitoid walk
idjoins the eastern end ot the pool
ind the targets furthest from the
lasting platform are near this walk
:housands of park visitors worry the
'Ives out of the policemen and park
employes with questions relative to
:he purposa of the white dicks. They
tiave been asked if the strange things
are early Uiypads and everything tin-
ier the sun an idle lounger can im-
tglne. One of the patrolmen told me
:he other day that his naturally sweet
temper had been ruined since the ap-
pearance of "them things." But the
Jiost curious questions of all was
Bred at me one day as I watched ths
"Are those tin cans used In fish
breeding?" asked the visitor.
"What cans?" I queried not grasp-
ing his meaning.
"Why these tin cans ia the lake?"
"Oh! No those are targets." For-
est and Stream
New Austrian Railway.
Hitherto tourists from the United
States who chose the southern trip to
Europe left the steamer at Gibraltar
or Naples but many chiefly those
ttLu LaJ already been in Italy now
come to Trieste and continue from
here their voyase by the new An
trlaa railway. There can hardly be
a more beautiful country than the
regions which are made accessible by
this new Transalpine railroad. The
new railway Is owned by the state
and is 130 nilbs long. There are 49
tunnels with a total length of ten
miles. There are GO bridges one ol
which across the river Izonzo hai
tho longest stone span in the world.
There are besides as many as C7S
smaller bridges ad viaducts. Con-
sular Reports. '
Buildings for Cinal Workers.
The federal government has put up
four bu. Whigs on the canal zone and
put them In charge of the Young
Men's Christian association. They
will be used as men's clubs for the
workmen on the Pnuama canal. Four
other similar buildings are to so up la
the near future.
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c a ! le : -ss'j Trib-
i" I v ;! i w;a-
scir.e youas! ladv and tad ion? kept
a guvd!; tram of suitors a-sigain?.
Was this a?ir so be the grand af-
fair? The older sister ttoped so. for
she Hked the young man cordia'.'y
thought he was just the sort to
make a proper brother-in-law.
Dut the weeks f&ssed and not a
bit of definitf news about the prog-
ress of tae alair did the older sis'.er
receive ia her city boarding house.
She became aaxious. Loufse. she
thought must not go cn recklessly
Crifiicg in such important matters.
Then one night atwut ten o'clock
just as she was going to bed. carue
a telegram. The servant brought it
up. The older sister was country
girl enough to be thoroughly fright-
ened by the pale rcanUa black-inked
envelope. How ominous it locked.
At length she gathered courage to
open it. This is what she read:
"Solomon six three. Louise."
Solomon six three! Whatever is
the world. Oh wfer yes stupid it
or course means the Songs of Solo-
mon sixth chapter third verse. But
and her cheeks Boshed with shame
she had no Bible!
There was a great scurrying about
the boarding house to find a copy of
the sacred book. The girls were
routed ont ia vain. On all sides the
cry arose: "Who's got a Bible?"
Just .think of the sister trying to
sleep that night without knowing
what that verse was! It would have
been just like a woman to lie down
to pleasant dreams content to know
that she could satisfy her curiosity in
the morning not!
The landlady good soul came to
the rescue. She was no heathen.
She had a Bible. Up to her room
with it flew the sister and shut the
door. Such a turning of pages by
eager nervous fingers! Solomon six
three. She found it and then she
cried: "Hurrah!" and laughed for the
"I am my beloved's and my be-
loved is mine."
An Embryo Genius Surely.
A private school for boys on Madl--on
avenue boasts of a pupil who un-
doubtedly is destined to high rank as
a literary genius says the New York
Press. For some infraction of dis-
cipline this boy was sentenced to re-
main after hours and write an essay
of 200 words on birds. This is what
K"l do not lihe birds for in the morn-
ing when I am trying to sleep they
keep me awake with their twittering
twittering twittering twittering twit-
tering twittering twittering twitter-
ing twittering." And so on to the ex-
tent cf obout 25 words more. "And
when I get mad and turn over and try
and try and try and try and try to get
to sleep they still continue to chirp
chirp chirp chirp chirp chirp chirp."
And so on aa before. "Birds too are
awful greedy things. They don't do
nothing all day but fly around and
peek peck peck peck peck peck
peck peck." And so on until the re-
quired number of words was com-
pleted. The Real Obstacle at Panama.
The white man at Panama must
avoid that which he cannot endure.
We have proved that he cannot allow
mosquitoes to bite him and now It
must be acknowledged that he can-
not allow the sunlight to strike his
We eliminated the mosquitoes but
we cannot eliminate the sun. The
soldier who deliberately and unnec-
eeaarily exposes himself to bullets
when he could take cover ls not only
a fool but he Is not a true soldier.
His fatal recklessness only weakens
The engineers w ho can work all day
in the open in Michigan or New York
should not do it In Panama writes an
army surgeon Maj. Charles E. Wood-
ruff in Harper's and If he attempts
it he is injuring the work Instead of
helping It along.
Times Had Changed.
"Did you and pa start with plenty of
money?" asked the daughter.
"We lived upon very little else but
love dear?" was the mother's gentle
"But I suppose pa soon got lots of
"No dear It was a great struggle at
"Then how did you manage? Pa
1nd n little in the ba::k?"
"Not a farthins." 1
"O my George Is in just the same
position and we love each other
"If that penniless adventurer ever
dares to enter this house again 1 will
tell him what I think of him! Go to
your room at once!" Stray Stories
German Military Training.
Germany through the thrift intelli-
gence and prosperity of her people
Illustrates to mankind the advantages
of training In youth her manhood to
the use of arms; the hahlts oi disci-
pline and the firdr and cleanliness of
pereon are carried Into after-life by
all classes of modern Germans; this
permeates the whole nation and Is
to-day recognized as a national char-
acteristic. The womanhood of the
nation looks with reproach upon the
man Ignorant of military training.
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tM:.k is lore s
cm i&ea fcarf
are the Cir-gs to
"mikes It Go A;y."
We sixply can't do wuhout It. We
are cct going to try. When Bobby
stabs his toe. It's "Ma Where's the
'.ifihtclng Oil?" Wbeu Lizzie burns
er hand or arm its "Where's the
Lig-tning Oiir When little Dick's
been playing with a bumble bee it's
"Where's the Lightning Oil?" The
echo of all our aSictions U "Where's
the Lightning Oil?" It's the balm that
makes the pain go way. Sincerely
yours P. Cassldy. Montevallo Ala.
A Vast Supply.
"Solomon was the wisest man" re-
Earied the student
-Yes" answered Mr. Meekton "he
couldn't help being wise with so many
wive to give him advice."
Test Its Value.
Simmons Liver Purifier is the most
aluabie remedy I ever tried for con-
stipation or disordered Liver. It does
its work thoroughly but does not
gripe like most remedies of its char-
acter. I certainly recommend itwhen-
jver the opportunity occurs. M. W.
Thomllnson Oswego Kan.
Experience ls a great teacher but
by the time it hands a man his diplo-
ma he is too old to make much use
ot his knowledge.
Her Good Advice
"I am often asked by friends what
to do for skin troubles such as Ecze-
ma. Ringworm and similar afflictions.
I always recommend Hunt's Cure. I
consider it the surest remedy for
itching troubles of any character there
Is made." Mrs. J. L Hightower Pal-
Many Measures Looked After.
As many as 1310 metric weights
and measures were submitted for
verification in the city of London
during last year.
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease. It cures painful.swollen
smarting sweating feet. Makes new shoes
easy. Sold by all DnigRists and Shoe Stores.
Don't accept soy substitute. SampleFREE.
Address A. f . Olmsted I Roy N. Y.
Pores of the Hur.un Skin.
Every inch of the human skin con-
tains 3500 perspiration pores.
Are You One 7
Itching troubles appear to be epi-
demic at this time. Are you so afflict-
ed. If so give Hunt's Cure a trial.
It is positively guaranteed to cure
any form of itch known: A failure
means it costs you nothing.
It Is Just as well to look out for the
man whorls always looking out for
Truck and Fruit Farms of From 10 Acres to 640
Acres and Two Town Lots tor $210. Pay-
able 010 per Month Without interest.
Read What a Disinterested Expert Says of Or. Chas. F. Simmons 95009
Acre Ranch Now on the Market.
Orange Ca!. March 1 1807.
Dr. C. F. Simmons San Antonio Texss:
Desr Sir Yours at hand. I would like to have called at the office
when I came back but it was Sunday tnd I took the train for Luiiw. I
was on your 95C90-acr ranch three days. I found it much better than I
expected. I am satisfied in my own mind that with proper wind b-eeke as
we hive in this country oranges lemons apneota olives and almoad
Can bo successfully grown there.
I am sure that south of San Antonio is the natural horns of ths English
The soil on your land is much better for fruit ruining thin it Is 13
this country because you have t goed red clay subsoil while in Southern Cali-
fornia we have gravel and rock tkat does sot hold moisture.
We have to irrigate here at least ten times year tnd contirually work
the orchards but I don't think this would be necessary on your land in Soutti
Texas at least not so much of it because ths red clay will bold moisture snd
will give the fruit t better flavor.
Oranre orchards in this country are worth from $500 to $1 000 tnd wal
nuts from $200 to $500 per acre.
I think sooth of San Antonio to the Gulf is a better country then from
Lot Angeles Cal to San Diego Cal.. because the soil is better there is more
water and the climate is ju.-t as good so far as I could see and hear by talk-
ing to old settlers and the land is so cheapo hat every workingmaa should
htve t home.
I am sure that in the nesr future Pouth Texss will be a properotis
fruit growing country tnd will be ts valuable is Southern Cslifornia n I
the man who will loe money in South Texas is the man that does net get
in on this cheap land of ycurs before it is all tone. A man that has lived
in Southern California aa long ss I have can see the future of South Tmiu.
Respectfully A. J. WILSON
Never before has there been such an opportunltj to secure a home la a de-
lightful location for so little money and on sucJi etiy terms. For literature
and name of nearest Agent write
DR. CHAS. F. Glf.ir.TQrJG
215 Alamo PI.-"- SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
i -st- MinUn
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OUR HEW CATALOGUE
Our Cotton Gin Machinery is all that
the Catalogue claims for it. Write
us for Catalogueand tell us what
Machinery you are in need of. '
C33TirE3WL 051 COaPAHY DELIS TEWS
1 "V"i ? in ' c- 'f ' p (' s " i a
i c!.i';?vir ar.d a &-!l t-s
evesy r- .' -r.
"Give it up." answered the Ka
was b-T. 1
"The chauffeur runs people doa
and the surgeon cuts thctn up."
Hastily boarding a passing street
car he mxJa a safa getaway. De-
troit Free Press
Clear whits clothe are a sijrn tint ths
housekeeper ue Red Cross Bail Blue.
Large 2 us. package 5 cents.
A boost when needed ls better thaa
a pull that Isn't
if' ' i I i
f3ta To eoariaoe my
H If woman that Pi-
-9 f tin AntluiDtln will
til l I Improve ber health
W f . sad do all we- eialm
iaaajl id I... will
send her absolutely lre a iaris trial
box of Putins with book ot luitruo-
tlons and genuine testimonials. Bead
jour name and address 00 a postal card
1 k-Mi 1 It JtaR
feetlons suell as nasal catarrh pelrto
catarrh and Infuunmaison caused by (emW
nine Ills; sor eyes ser throat sol
mouth by direct local treatment It ear.
atiri power over these troubles la extra
ordinary sod fives inmediats reilsf.
Thousands of wonva sre using sad reo-
omicenuint; It every day. to gents st
drufrgtstsof bymall. Remember hnwevwr
IT COSTS TOW NOTHLSO TQTHTIT.
TUJS it. rAXTUM CO Boston JdUs.
Msrrrva cess rot
iiohses a RIULES
At very small expense you cao curs
your work horses' sore shoulders sore necks
or tore backs and not lose s single day's
work. Security Call Silvs fill do it
tnd tfter the first tpplication he will be
out of pain. This is sIjo good policy
for he will surely do more work without
running down. If your stock gets cut
from barb wire or anything else be sure
and use Security Antltsptlo Hesier. It will
cure a cut very quickly. Dealers everywhere.
"irity Remedy Co. HSonenpotis Mins
fjonpejy w msoovcsYi ti
w m a autck rehet and cnre vor.it rm
Brxjk of testimonials ind U6r' trMts&aat VHf.S
Dfi. U. ll.UUKKN SONS box R. ATLANTA. Us.
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