The Fairland News (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, March 21, 1913 Page: 2 of 4
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ALBERT SIDNEY LEE
KD.tOR AND owner.
£k!< ! i as second-class matter
April J, 1D08, at the post office at
Fairland. Oklahoma', uuder' the act
of Congress of March 3, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTION ONE UOL'L- AH1
FflffiAYj M^RCH 21,11913.
The'&Nb litis come' to 'Kay'CO.
t6 stay. There'were' fifty-eight
8i!os"er£fct(ki ill the cOukilyMast
yi-ur'and the'reKOltMfloui feeding
the eutiilfe^e has proven >-0 satis-
factory that a nuinbet'ot farrriers
Who installed otte last year 'will
add another1 this season ' and
fiBtne tivO bi' tb'ree. • It id a1 safe
estimate'th'.lt there will be 200'
new silbs installed in Kay county
dMrirife tbe'sehhou of IStliS.
Oat of'iilore tban a i-cOre of in-
terviews all interviewed were en-
tbusiastiC'about the excellent re
Bfilts obtai'nhd. Ivan Parks
states tli'at' hi'1 feeders made a
phehothetinl ffaih, while hls'ini'lk
rows iboi'e than' ddubled their
flow of milli nnd gai'ued in flilsli,
w'hile th^ii,clease' in butter fat
was iu proportion to increase in'
iriilk. He used corn in tilling his
bMo that nlHde fifty bushels per
acre and thinks thle silajje ii -
f!*' ised the value at. lease 50 ptr
e'e t Many" of the fanners will
d* ' ur, cow peas and butt* for the
purpose of converting it into eu
ni I age.
I he f. leal. Hoik the democrat
party at Oklahoma City is doing
i* goiug to'' put' them in the
heart of' every citizen irt Olila-"
noma. The dirty rotten', bribe--
taking bunrh that are holding
down I iolis at' the'cupritai1 to-
day need ,> lie impeached1 aii'd
jjb.ced behind prison b'arfe; • and
tlie Watchman' has hopes'that'
there is a lot of true A rri'ei'icSfv
Objects to Overloading Carriers
The overloading of letter car-
riers because of the establish-
ment of the parcel post is an
evil that needs correction and
one that will be taken up by the
Oklahoma State Conference- of
Charities aud Corrections, ac-
cording to Dr. ,1.11. Stolper,
president of the conference.
"I had delivered to me today
to my office t\#J packages and
the letter carrier was so over-
burdened with mail that 1'de-
cided unless some arrangements
are made by the postofiice de-
partment to use wagons, that I
Would not make use- of the
Minister is Found Guilty.
Marion Capps, a minister of
Bonanza, Auk., was declared to
be guilty iu the circuit court last
Wednesday at Fort Smith of
the charge of burning to death
three of his six- inotherlets
children, Mack, uged 12; .Kusa,
aged 8f and Pri'-'cilla, aged 2,
The jury sentenced him to hang.
Capps tied the children to an
oil-soaked bed vi hile they slept
and touched a match. Bertha
Capps, aged 15/ who escaped
with her brother, Fllis, aged 14,
testified she awoke as her father
left! the bed room of the children
and locked the1 door. The' girl
parcel post for the reason that I and boy said they found them*
it is absolutely cruel to the [selves tied to the bed and were
carrier," he said. | unable to release themselves
"I believe that the same viewiuutil the fire burned the rope
of the matter will be taken byjiutwo. The boy testified that
till well minded1'people aud I will afber he escaped his- father
tu'kt*' steps to inquire of the
pleasures of the members of the
State Conference of Charities
and Corrections in the premises."
Cat of'"Sooze" Seized.
Last. Friday morning an ex-
press car, loaded with "booze"
of vhfMus kinds was seized in
the yards here. The car was
loaded to the guards with whis
key aud beer in kegs, boxes,
barrels, etc , and was consignt-d
by the Interstate Grocery (Jo.,
of Joplin, to J. O. Auimerman,
of Keystone, The car was re-
turned to .liplili to" the'shipper
Friday niirlit.—Aftni1 American.
threatened to bind him and
throw him into the fire if be did
return 1 to the house aud rescue
the dying children.
One hundred acres of peanuts-
Were recently pledged at a meet-
ing of the farmers- of Sequoyak
county, and planting wih com-
mence as soon as the weath'er is
faWrable.' Peanuts- have'' never
been grown on any consider-
able Scale in that section' before.-
They- will also plant a large acre-
age of'kafir corn.
By a lvote of 40 to 26' the houe^
of representatives-- has voted-'to
''individually accept and go in a
body" toJ Shawnee- in answer to
dtizens there that will not stop] Shawnee's invitation to the 1<^
lintil every gu'ilty man is pi iced istetorsto'vtsit'-Shawrree and see
vvbere he belongs. We cair re-j what that city had to-offer in the
ifit-mber the' eriiotfrHtic cn | way>of-a capital "proposition.
''thiow the rascal out" and
they are making good and the'
Dutchman is proud of1 it.—
Welch Watch iu a n
Spring is here and there cftuhl
lJe no better time to'set Out trees | ands af'dMlatfsnvwtW'of'prOpert^
rfncj do many other'thibgfe tdiln-" has be**?'destroyed, and- iil
jjrove the appearance df'your iplaces small'toWnls have-'
rfd(ne aiid the* town in getieial.- completely wified'OUfc-
Marvels of Cre&lfon.
A Scotch preacher had been*
abroad and-when he came back
he was preaching to his congre-
gation on the marvel he had seen.
He wound up with this: "And'
the same Creator who made the
vast ocean made the dewdrop. ■
The same Creator who made the
mountain made thfepBfefele. Yes,'
and that same'* reator who made
me made a rteteyi"
A state charter has been
granted to the Kansas-Oklaho-
ma Traction Company of Nowa-
ta, with $100,'000 capital, to
construct an luterurbau from
poffoyville, Kan., south to Tulsa
via Nowata and'Collmsville. Es.
timated length of1 the road is
Seventy uriles, aud it will cost
between ^SW^OO' and $40,000
per mile.-^Di'l. Co. News.
S School teaching is getting- to
be a dangerous occupation in
Oklahoma according to our ex-
changes. Robt. Adams, teach-
ing school near Tecumseh, tvas
beaten with'a ball club by two
of'his pupHs until he became tin-
ponscious.. A> Docust Grove
softtheVft'stMes"" with' disastrous^ '«" BeVBrei-v
effects: Besides many peopte f"1 vv,fcb a' k0,fe b-v two of llis
being-kilted' hundreds of' tW**> ljt f [ew~ ^Ppl'catiOna of
felie old-fashioned' birch rod
Vigorously applied would do
^inrueh good on such boys.
Best Known Cough Remedy.
For forty-three years Dr. King's
New Discovery has been known thru
out the world as the most reliable
cough remedy. Over three million
bottles were used last year. Isn't
this proof? It will get rid of your
cough or we will refund your mtuey.
J. J; Owens, of Allendale, S'^C.,
writes the way htindreds of others
have done; "Aftbr t twenty years, I
fihd that Dr. King's-New Discovery
is'the btest'remedy for coughsc and
colds1 that' I' have ever used.'' For
coughs or colds and all throat and
lung troubles, it1 has-no equal i 60c
aud'$l; ab all'druggiats,
R«suHs of the Fiery. Demon
The Continental Insurance Co.
of i New YWk paid more than
one million seven hundred thou-
sand'dollars iaChicago, aud one
year later over HVe hundred
thousand dollars in Boston. In
lSU tflt paid to Baltimore prop-
erty owners'nearlv one million
dollars, .and in' 1906'>to its San
Francisco policy holders nearly
two and cme-half million dollars.
When the next great filFe comes,-
nt> matterih wbatcifly, the wise
provisions of till' safety filnd law
wilt enable the Continental' Fire
I list] ranceCo., notonlyyto repeat
these• rent efWrts to protect its
thousands of policy holders ev-
erywhere, but to stand repeated
encores.. Continental ^policies are
Office iu the Fairland Studio,
When in Fairland
Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Proprietor:-
jfori) JDrug Company
iHlofit grttcles ®3§tmKp bunb in a
Jffrst ClassUhti ©tore.
i-) H. CoNNOLLt,
.Fbank Gaines, .
N. .C. Gallemob*
Small Tracts of Land f6r' Sate'
I have 70 acres of land lying
on the north side of Fairland iir
section 9 that I Will1 sell in tracts
of 5, 10 or 20 acres.
A. (t Bush.
BANK OF" FAIF.LAND.-
Tlie Depositor: of this Bank aicProteclcd b"y DcPDSffor«"
Guarnntsc Fund o"f the State of Olrlalictiifu -
Does a General Banking Business.. TouriBusineps Solicited
The storm of wind,' sftow and
rain: of'last'weefe-swept over* the-
We have Just received a ear
of oenuitle American fene
ino wire;i wire tor any fenc-
ing purpose you may have.
stays or rVissh.
very iiest poultry Mi're wHiich is made
in diffeVdrit heights arhd Weignts.
nd better* fencd than the
AN tRIGAN foK ariy purpose, and we
gut. arhtee it to Weigh more to the rod
thcr. arty other1 fenc6 on the rtnarket
APife I*T IS SOLD BY THE ftOD.
We^alsc caVf'y afl'Itirtds 6? barbed wire
Staples, Nails, Etc.
j J .-E.'-Knowles, a fanner living
near Afton, offers to bnild1 two
miles of good1 rbad provided it
(will be (?otJtiuueti on by other
barties. It is to bedeplored that
Miereare not more rueu like Mr.
Kiiowles' to help boost a much
' CTiurca 3crvlc"~
I A live and interesting Stitni:
[i.'liliol every Sunday utoruinir
Preaching afc'11'a.m. and 7:'
p. m., first and1 third Sunda\
also 7:30 p. tn. second Sundi';
Kpworth le&gue 6:30'Sunday 1.1
ening. I^rajfe^ ibt-cting ever
rhutsday evenihg Y'iSO:
i?ou flrill'be \ eloOtne and yon
presence appreciated at all thes
''Come thott1 vrifch 0s and w
will do thee good',-for the Lot'
hath spoken' good concernin
tsarel."—Nutn. 20, 20:
J,. M.- Uall, Pastor.
jfairlant Brug Corajjanp
®fjei J^ome oef
^iire Bn;g£i anb Colb ©rinfof
I'gbiiKlayiixi City Mills.
NtiseJy Equipped Thronsbioarti
Ma««s the Very I3est Corn.
Meal and' Chop^.
Ever Mfedfr omStone Burrs.. Does a Gener-
al Exchange Business. Qperi' Every Day
Except Sunday. Satisfaction Guarantsd.
^ A. H. POTTER, Proprietor.
' w i SaVe n ortey|to
iore ou buy.
ything in Harowan
Frisco Time Table
No. 10 12:25 a. m.
N«. 1'2 8:36 a. m.
No. 404;'.,. 8:56 a. in.
No. 4'08 7:33 p. m.
No. 9' .] :26 a. m.
No. 40t 7:36 a. m.
No. 11 12:01 p. m.
No. 403'. 6:38 p. in-
Nos. 9, 1!0 and 12' are fast
mail trains and do not stop.
Both in Use
— And' it does betters
work. Simply fbllow
ydu l'c u s t o m a ry- 'met li od i
of preparation— add' a'
little ifcss of Calumet
than when using ordi-
nary baking powdbr.-
Then watch the result-
Light, fluffy, and^even^--
ly raised — the baking
comes from the oven
more tempting, tastier,,
Ca 1 uirlet'mres thebakihgof an
expert. Ask your gf-bcer1 to-day.-
C, O; ^SIG- ELLIOTT
FiRH, LIGHTNING and TONADO
GSfflice in Fairland^Studio;one Block'-
North of.:Campbell Brothers
Do Y<ju Need Wore Water
J, M Bbrtmess
An experienced' and1 practical well
driller. Prices alwaysreasonalJle and1,
work allways Batisfactor) v Guarati
tecs to ease out all surface water and j
oil if desired.
For a'snort time .you can pet
the VeWK and wVokly Kansas
r'ity Star—one of the greatest
I newspapers in the country—for
' the prsne of the News—§1.00.
YoU Jon't save money when you buy-'
cheafr or big-can baling powder. Don't'
Be m'sled. Buy Calufftttx It 's mort
economical —- more wholesome — giifes
best results. Calumet is far superior to
j sour milk and soda-
j. w. wormincton:
General Repair Work
IS my specialty
of: tbe better elkse Hti bhe'
Fairland' Sani'y Bakefj,
A Home Iiistitution
F. R. DBAJtS, M.. D.
Physician and Siitpeon.
l')ay or Nijiht.
J.. B.. THORNHILL
Otters hitt services to the [ ublii
to do' rwt;y and all kinds of
DRAYMSG,' TRANSFER INGy
Kendlfe and Muskogee Oil.
Q5lick S^trvie* Cheap KahKI
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Lee, Albert Sidney. The Fairland News (Fairland, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, March 21, 1913, newspaper, March 21, 1913; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc99598/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.