The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 170, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 8, 1913 Page: 4 of 6
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1PH1 SfJAWNEE DAILY XKWS-TTFJIAIJ>
SATURDAY BVSN1NC, MAR. t. 1 IS
Absolutely Pure and of Fine Quality
is a Delicious and Wholesome Drink
Made by a perfect mechanical process, without the
use of chemicals, thus preserving the delicate natura!
flavor, aroma and color characteristic of high grade
Be sure that you get the genuine
with the trade-mark on the package.
waiter BAKER CO. Limited
U. S. DEPARTMENT ETC.
tCONTINUED riWM PAOTB onbj. >
tag of Ihr bfiBl ftttainnbic, fr«-
Hii-al shallow culUvulioii till tin-
jrop* arr welt on toward maturity,
(ho conservation and building up of
Ihe fertility of the soils, soil moln-
i rn the pardon, truck patches,
poultry. liTcatork, fHpecinliy onoucli
of the latter to use up what would
•tbcririse Ro tn waste on the aver-
Alone the lines as outlined above
we have during the past, year trav-
eled by team 12096 in lies and by
rail 408 miles, have made 804 visits
to farmers in the interests of the $09,55.
Uemousi ration work.
tors with 27.1 acres,—these reported
an average yield of 4X" bushels per
e, with an average acre cost of
SIO.Ou, or aliont 24c per bushel,—but
:: rn is worth 50c per bushel, mak-
ing an average ncre net profit of
11.25, 011 1hose demonstrations.
Willie the average yields on their
own farms or those 011 similar land
near hy handled in the ordinary way
made an average of 30 bushels per
acre, and If cost of production was
approximately the same, the net
porftt per acre would be $5.10,—tn
other words one of these produced
corn at 24c per bushel, while the
smaller yields cost .l.i'ic per bushel.
There weer also 29 demonstrators
in cotton who kept records of their
crops and report na follows: On
approximately 28 Oacres as their
especial plats. The average acre
yields' was 1025 lbs of seed cotton
per acre, with lint running from
;l! 1-3 to 39 per cent. The average
cost per acre on these plats was
We had 980 co-operators to whom
This at an average of equals
33.85 per acre, leaving a net profit
publications Trom the state and na- of $15.28 per acre.
tlonal departments of agriculture But 17 of these demonstrators re-
were sent A large per cent of I port an average yield of 1493
these gave considerable heed to the of seed cotton per acre with
information contained in these and
were well pleased with the results,
while many others paid little or no
atteution to them.
In corn there were 30 demonstra-
FOR COlTON, CORN AND GARDEN
Increase ycur yield and profits by using it. Ask us for prices
CLARKE'S SEED STORE
PHONE SO. HO. CLARKE A KELI.EK. 80S EAST MAIM.
average cost of $24.45 per acre,
making a net profit of $27.80 over
the ordinary yields.
Some of those making the largest
yields are H. H. Fartliing, 1970 lbs
•j. .j. 4. .j. .j. .5. .5. .J. 4.
4. TO THE FARMERS:
4" Insure your house, barn, feed
•J. and stock with me. Cash or
on the yearly installment
•J. plan. Fire, lightning and
tornado. Can insure your
4* Indian lease property. Strict-
4* ly old line companies. Write
me or phone the office, room
4, Stearns Building. Office
Phone 113; Resident Phone
141, and I will come out to
your home and insure you.
E. H. ESL1CK
Member A. H. T. A,
Since Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Re-
stored Her Health.
Louisville. Ky. —"1 take great pleas-
in writing to inforpi you of what
Lydia E. Pinkham'a
pound has done for
me. I was weak,
nervous, and cared
for nothing but
sleep. Now 1 can
go ahead with my
work daily and feel
ten years younger
than before I started
taking your medi-
cine. 1 will advise
ny woman to consult with you before
going to a doctor. " — Mrs. inize wil-
lis, 2229 Hank St., Louisville, Ky.
Another Sufferer Relieved.
Romayor, Texas.—"I suffered terri-
bly with a displacement and bladder
trouble. I was in misery all the time
and could .not walk any distance. I
thought I never could be cured, but my
mother advised me to try Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound and I did.
1 "I am cured of the displacement and
I the bladder trouble is relieved. I think
I the Compound is the finest medicine on
; «>arth for suffering women." — Mrs.
j Viola Jasper, Romayor, Texas.
If you want special advice write to
lydia E. IMiikliam Medicine Co. (conll-
| dential Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
j he opened, read and answered by a
woman ami held in strict confidence.
ins percentage in Oklahoma is b«-
low 30 per cent, In this county it
run about 31 per cent; while im-
proved seed of best varieties have
run as high as 40 per cent.
If improved s^eil gir*t an «Terape
of 5 per cent more lint it would
I equal from 02.60 to 05.00 per bushel.
Many other good farmers run
' well up with those whose reports
| are given, but wherever they did
they used excellent care and man-
acement. in handling their eropp
.Ve think the ayorage county
Ids will run below 550 lbs per
acre of seed cotton and that this
amount could be doubled by proper
preparation and the use of the best
The total net profit on these
demonst rat ions in corn and cotton
is close to 07,000.00 and this is noi
taking into account all whose work
was influenced by the general agi-
tation for better farming. We have
never seen more good work done
at this time of the year than there
is today, and we think it safe to
say that 80 per cent of the farmers
are doing bettef work than ever
J. E. HENSON,
•!« '« •« •« |« •< |« J« .J.
per acre: G. C. Brookover. 1800
lbs: Thos. P. Shipley, 1650 lbs:
John Kasmeier, 1525 lbs, and several
others well up to these yields.
We understand the average lint-
THE SHAWNEE TRANSFER CO.
is moving from 127 N. liroadway to
122 N. Beard street, McDaniels Bldg.,
where we are equipped for handling
al! kinds of storage. Storage free
from rats or any other damages.
Concrete floer in building. We kind-
ly solicit your patronage in the
Jine of transfering and storing.
J. T. ESL1CK, Prop. 25-lm
S*N FRANCISCO, CALIF.
I,OS ANGELES, CALIF.
SAN DIEGO, CALIF.' _ *'
VANCOUVER, B C.
SALT LAKE, UTAH
BUTTE, MONT. ' "
MAC LiSOD, ALBERTA
T:ekcts will be on sale daily March 15th, t. April 16th, i
elusive, allowing liberal stoporers enroute. Through tourist
sleepinc ears service to California, also dining car service. For
other information and reservations, write .r call.
H. H. GRAY, Agent,
Division Passenger Agent,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
The new cabinet is not made up
of geographical appointments, but
of members whose ability was the
keynote of attraction.
Mayor Gaynor says there are only
SO grafters on the New York police
force. But it took only 40 thieves
All Baba and his cave world—and
If it comes to a fight between the
Mexican bull and the Democratic
donkey, it will be heels against
horns, and our best is on the kicker.
See the News-Herald when you
have stock bills to print.
That Kansas minister who eats
32 pancakes at a meal is probably
too full for religious utterance.
A. 0. TT. W. NOTICE.
Ail members are requested to b«
present next Friday night, March
7; business of importance to every
member will be considered. Dou't
fail to be there.
4-it J. A. FARRIS, M. W
Shade trees guaranteed by Shaw-
nee Nurseries. White washed with
preparation preventing borers. Sold
at half price; yard east , Willard
usiness Directory lor Shawnee
Lmrfft mnJ oMes* nlablithment of
tim kind ir Vmuntr Ttl. 96 A 97
Shawnee National Bank
Aims to give the. best
service all the time
Realty and Investment Co.
LOANS & INSURANCE
Oar buyers have returned
from Eastern Markets with
the largest lines of Season-
ableMerchandise ever offer-
ed to Shawnee shoppers.
Day Phone 105.
Night Phones 139 & 70.
BEST EVERY WAY
State National Bank
A United States Depository
J. H. Wood. E. C. Stanard J. H Wahl C. H Enn„
WOODS, STANARD, WAHL & ENN1S
Attorneys at Law
Rooms 1 to 6, Over Conservative Loan Company
Anything in the
Hot Drink Line
PUBLIC DRUG CO.
Main and Broadway
Choctaw Cotton Oil
HIGH GRADE COTTON
Shawnee, Ada and Calvin, Okla.
The Talk ot Shawnee
SHAWNEE MILLING COMPANY
Pantier Grocery Co.
Cut Rate Grocer
Phone 722---3 Phones
Auto Delivery Service!
W. P. LANGSTON
Rooms 3 and 4
Security State Bank
Natural Spring Water
J. W. Longwith, Prop.
The cleanest water
sold in Shawnee
Dean's Daily Bread
For salr by all Groccrs
and Meal Market*
DEAN'S BOSTON BAKERY
216 Easl Mala
We Repair Machinery
of all descriptions, from Boring Cor lis
Engirt* Cylinders in ploem to Sharpen-
ing Lau-n Mowers. Dealers m Shaft-
ing, Pulleya and Hangers.
RELIANCE IRON WORKS
125 N. Beard Si. Phone 263
Buy a Home on Easy Pay~
merit Plan %
JUST LIKE PA YING RENT
C. E. EASTERWOOD,
Real Estate, Loan & Inaurance
119 S. Broadway Phone 505
Oklahoma Piano Co.
115 North Broadway
USI «. \< INI
SHAWNEE CAS & ELECTRIC CO
and OWL DRUG CO.
SHAWNEE COAL & TIMBER
WHOLESALE ONL Y
Shippers of Genuine McAlester
Coal. Also handle tlhe Famous
Steam Coal from Bokoshe, Okla
Office K. 11 IV. Main. Phone 63
J? Geo. E. McKinnis Co. jf
N REAL ESTATE k
T Loansaud Insurance |
^ 105 N. Brordway A
L Telephone 1100
S Shawnee, OJklahoma $
Taylor Lumber Co.
Will serve you best. Every-
thing in Building material in-
cluding a full line of PAINTS
Phone 112 Cor. Okla. & 9th
J. D. LYD/CK D C. ECGERhlAN
Lydick & Eggerman
CHAPMAN & VARNUM
Real Estate Loans, Bonds
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 170, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 8, 1913, newspaper, March 8, 1913; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91897/m1/4/: accessed March 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.