The Capitol Hill Weekly News The Oklahoma Fairdealer (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 20, Ed. 1 Monday, January 31, 1910 Page: 5 of 8
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CAPITAL HILL BUSINESS
& PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
Office and Residence,
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PHONE 2806. .........—.....
Cor. Poplar and Harvey St,
Dr. I. N. Cottle
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
AllCallx Anxwered PresqMy.
Capilol Hill, -_Okla.
DR. W. C. MOTTLE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Corner Robinson And Avenaa
C. Over State Bank. All calls answer-
ed promptly. OSloe Phone 3491.
Plumes: Office 2244X; Res 3244Y
Hours: 1 to S. p. m.; 7 to 8. p ns.
DR. STANLEY H. DARLINGTON
PHYSICIAN AND SUR6E0N
Office 127% W. Grand Ave.
Res. Ave. G.-Shields Addition,
legislator*-, |U1 (*C5 , the cost of bring-
TO POULTRY RAISERS.
The News is building up a feature
especially for the benefit of all those
interested in chickens. A contribution
to this department by an yone will
What we desire is a short item
(post cart or letter) at any time com
veylng a valuable suggestion, or ask-
ing any question, about the hatching
or raising of chickens, producing eggs
and the like.
We have lately been studying the
prohlein of winter egg production.
Tell our readers what success you
have in this line.
Address all communications to The
News, Cap'tol Hill, Okla.
GOOD POULTRY HOUSE PLAN
Details of a Practica1 and Convenient
Coop, Which May Be tjrattan Up
(BY J. WESLEY GRIVFIN.)
As a great many farmeis take ths
hen fever when eggs are hVth. 1 here-
with present a pen sketch vhich wiH
be of service to some one who is con-
templating the building of a poultry
bouse in the spring.
The ground plan is 12x30 feet and
is divided into parts each 12x10 feet.
The compartment on the right is
used as a winter roosting and laying
Let us figure on your furniture, |
Cavnar & Fariss.
PICKING POULTRY ON FRAME
Invention of Massachusetts
Greatly Facilitates Work
Practical Poultry House.
Miss Anna Garber, the talented
musician, who was Introduced to our
society here by Mrs. May Mead is be-
coming very popular, both In society |
and as a musician.
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
Good goods. Prices “giu. Cavnar
S. W. McKenzie is building a nice
four room cottage on Poplar street
which will be for rent when finished.
j. t. Cavnar has been suffering from
Grippe lately. We hope for his speedy
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
The Window. What window?
Cavnar 6c Fariss, of course.
Get Shaved At The
£ SAVING PARLOR
bchaer Block, Robinson St.
Two barbers on Saturday Nights
H. C. Taylor, Propr.
Poultry dealers will find part of
their work, at least, greatly facilitated
by the invention of a Massachusetts
man. This invention is a poultry-pick-
ing frame and any poulterer will at
once appreciate its advantages. It
consists in the first place of two
arms extending from the wall, where
they are screwed. From the upper
arm hangs a cross-piece, depending
from a Rpring, while the lower arm
has a member, adjustable to different
lengths, adapted to held the head of
$4 00 Meal Ticket For 13.50
& FBBFESSIDNUL DIHECTBBV
the fowl. The legs of the bird are
held in the upper bracket and its
head in the lower one. It is then in a
position where its feathers may be
plucked rapidly and easily, the spring
in the upper bracket permitting the
necessary elasticity. Only a poulter-
er who has picked thousands of chick-
ens and other fowl under the disad-
vantages of the old method, where he
either had to hold the bird with one
hand or tie it up and have it flop
around under his touch, can appreci-
ate the full merits of this frame.
DR. CLARENCE FIELD
Ml 14 NORTH BROADWAY
PHORESi OFFICE IK; RESIDEICE «UI
Phone Office, 2686; Ret. Black 3351
W. CLOVIS CUMMINGS
Physician and Surgeon
208-9 Security Bldg.
Oor. Main and Harvey, Oklahoma City
W. A. SMITH
r« Security Bldg. Oklahome City
J. J. NOVAK & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKBRS
farm Leans, City Loins, Investment*,
LIST YOUB BARGAINS WITH O*.
Ul ». Oml An Q>lit«n« ft*. O *. Ai
Dr. S. S. Swihart
Phone 280, * *07 Security Bid#.
All eyes properly fitted.^ Broken lenses
Southwestern Optical Co.
W. M. KING. M. D.
Eye, Ear, Noee and Throat
106 N. Robinson. Oklahoma City.
Wa make all kinds of Cut*, Half Tones
and Zinc Etchings.
Telling the Age of Eggs.
In the Paris markets they have a
certain way of deciding the age of eggs
which seems practical.
About six ounces of common cook-
ing salt is put in a largo glass, which
is filled with water. When the salt is
In solution the egg is dropped in the
If the egg is only one day old it im-
mediately sinks to the bottom of the
If three days old it sinks only just
below the surface.
From five days upward it floats. The
older It is the more it protrudes out of
Watch Best Mothers.
Make a note of the hen that had the
best hatch and raised her chicks in
the best shape, and let her repeat it
next season. She will do iL
The center as a scratching shed In
the winter and a shelter from rain
and sun during the summer.
The room at the left is used during
the winter as a place of exercise and
in which to feed mashes and to water
the fowl. This room also contains the
dust boxes and is where the feed is
A. A. A. in the dotted squares repre-
sent the windows or their location in
the front of the house. B. B. is sided
up solid to the line running from B.
to B. to B. 1% feet high,
l The line running from C. to C. is
I the top of a 4-foot high poultry net
i ting which runs the entire length of
There is a drop curtain arranged in
each room to come down next to this
wire in stormy weather and cold
nights. From C. C. to top of the
house is planked up solid except ths
windows, as shown at A. A. A. D. D.
D. the nest boxes under the dropping
There are two rows of nests, one
facing the scratching shed, the other
facing the right-hand room. A trap
nest may be arranged very conveni-
E. is a drop curtain in front of the
roosts in the winter department,
which is to be let down at night. F.
is the roosting poles in the winter
G. is the roosting poles in the sum-
mer roosting quarters.
H. H. the doors of poultry netting.
I. , the little door that leads from the
scratching shed to the shed in which
to scatter wheat, rye, oats and corn.
J. , cut straw scattered on the floor
of the scratching feed room.
K. , the dust boxes.
L. , the drinking fountain.
M. M. M., the floor which should be
of sand and gravel.
N. , the dropping board in winter
A house of these dimensions should
be 9 feet in front and 7 feet tall in the
rear. It may be mad; of any stuff at
hand or to suit the guilder.
It can be made a very costly affair
or it may be gotten up very reason-
The little niece of Mrs. C. J. Perry
of Avenue A., is suffering with diph-
ineria but we hope she will soon be
G. W. Nicholson has a nice, four
room cottage under construction
which will be finished as soon as pos-
sible. He wants to get moved into it
belore time to commence work on his
The fastest growing school
in the Southwest. Ordered
fify four new desks and en-
larged the floor space. Peo-
ple recognize the fact that a
strictly flrstclass high grade
bchool is the only kind to at-
tend for it is the only kind
that can fit students for posi-
tions. We are having more
calls all the time than we can
Our night school iBfillingup
rapidly. Same teachers and
courses as in daytime, If you
want to in-crease your salary
now is the time to do it.
Rates $4.00 per month.
If interested call or write
HILL’S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Oklahoma City USA
See those Lamps in the window.
Cavnar & Fariss
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
Mrs. Marie Robinson is putting a
fine veneering of brick on the large
addition recently erected for a store-
room at her millinery establishment |
on north Robinson.
Theodore Fulmer, a former resident
here who lately returned from Denver,
Colorado, has gone into business in
Look ,1J over our’l fine of Stoves
Cavnar & Fariss-
.J . T. CAVNAR
Auction Sale every Saturday afternoon at
8 p. m. in front of my hardware and fur-
niture store, one block north of bank on
Robinson Street, Capitol Hill. I will sell
everything you bring, or will buy it from
you. All come, one and all; farmers are
especially invited. I’ll cry sales anywhere
and anytime, except, Saturday afternoon.
See me at the store for dates. Repairing , ,
of furniture and upholstering a specialty. |
Cavnak & Company. i
Services at the Episcopal church
every Sunday morning at 10:4o. Sun-
day school at 9:43. Rev Bower has the
pastorate here and is doing good work
in fliich he is ably assisted by Dea-
coness Patterson. The Woman's Guild
meets every Tuesday afternoon at the
Chapel. The girls guild, which is in
the charge of Mrs. C. F. Sloane, meets
at the same time and place. All Ladies
and little girls are cordially invited to
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mead were the
guests of the farmers nephew, Mr.
George Haley, of Oklahoma City last
Remove the Droppings.
Do not permit the fowls to roost
©-pr a mass of droppings. On warm
nights these send up large quantities
of ammonia, which is very harmfw. to
the health of fowls.
TOOLS at Cavnar & Fariss
Eat Capitol HillBreatL
Fatten the Crower*.
Don't keep a lot of crowerg around.
Fatten them before they get too old
and serve them up for dinner. Do not
sell them to the huckster at three
cents per pound, when by two weeks
Isolation and feeding they will furnish
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
The topic for Rev. Bolinger's ser-
mon next Sunday morning at the Chris
tian church will be Christian Union,
as he has been requested to preach;
cn this subject. There will be lie serv-;
ices at night on acount of Christian ;
Endeavor day services at the f irst
church in the city, where special ex-,
erci3es will be held. Since Rev. Bol-
inger lias taken up the Work ajain
there have been five additions to the
church and the work starts out with
fair promises for the coming year.
Eat Capitol Hill Bread.
Mr. and Mrs. Bell have rented the
residence of W. E. Caldwell, and the
latter and family will board with
THE TRADESMENS STATE BANK
OF OKLAHOMA CITY
Has been opened for buaiuess at the Corner of Grand Ave-
nue and Robinson Streets.
This bank will give especial attention to the accounts of
farmers, stockgrowers and traders. It’s officers are thorough-
ly acquainted with their needs and are prepared to give
them the services they want.
The looation is especially convenient to the farmors
living near Capitol Hill, and a cordial invitation is extended
to you to call and get acquainted with us.
FRANK J. WIKOFF. President
J, C. McClelland, Vice-President
J. E. MUNHALL, Cashier.
The east side Inter-Urban car j and the last car 11:40 at night
eaves Robinson street, east on D n jn8t OUe leaves Otlakou*
street f'.r Oklahoma City the first,
cm leaving si 5 40 in the morning I Ukty st IS o olocL at night
THERE ARE PUMPS AND PUMPS
BUT NO PUMPS LIKE
THE RED JACKET PUMPS
THE PICTURE SHOWS THE DIFFERENCE.
,lL „„„... .... RED JACKET PUMPS
218 W. Grand Ava
And then they aie
“SO EASY TO FIX."
“FIX 'EM YOURSELF.”
A WILD BLIZZARD RAGING.
brings danger, suffering-often death-
to thousands, M ho lake colds, roughs
and lagrippe-- that terror of Winter
and Spring. Its danger signals are
"stuffed up" nostrils, lower part of
nose sore, ehils and fever, pain m
back of head, and a throat-gripping
cough. When Grip attacks as you
value you life, don't delay getting
Dr. King's New Discovery. “One bottle
cured me.” Writes A. L. Dunn, of Fine
Valley, Miss., “after being ‘laid up'
three weeks with Grip,” For sore, lung,
Heniorrohages, Coughs, Colds, Whoop-
ing Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, Its su-
preme. 50c. $1.00. Guaranteed by All |
Lumber and Hardware
South of State Bank of Capitol Hill.
Phone / 657
They pump easier and last longer; a
child can pump them, and when
they need fixing, It's easy,
A MONKEY WRENCH DOES IT*
COM4 IN AND LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THEM.
H. G. CHAMBERLIN CC.
242 W. SECOND STREET. OKLAHOMA C1TV
The President and Trusts.
President Taft, broad-minded, judici- j
ally trained, fully equipped and con- j
servative, has proposed a solution j
which will disturb no values and affect
no investmeent. Pass his measures
and the railroad and trust quostion
will rest for a generation. Delay or
defeat them, and the gathering tide
will rise and sweep over ail land-
Builders Hardware Cavnar & Fariss
Cavnar & Fariss
i killthe couch
[and cure the lungs
wrrH Dr. King’s
AND flit THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Full Line of House Furnishings, Gas Stoves, Heaters At Ranges
CONTRACTORS TAKE NOTICE let us figure on your building
Come in and get acquainted
„ CAVNAR & FARISS
CAPITOL HILL Baird-DuBois Block
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