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THOMAS KEAIISE, President.
Purity in food, lower cost of living
, these are the demands of the day.
Pure food is health, and health is economy .
itself. We cannot have health without health
The most healthful foods arc the quickly
raised flour foods biscuit, cake, muffins,
crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these
foods in specially attractive, appetizing and
wholesome form, and for both economic an,'
hygienic reasons, siveh food should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking, powdery "
can never make pure, whole
Vf. V. Eiiiorson, Mnnagor. Bort Hilburn, Director'
Friday Night, Jan. 9
Til 13 DRAMATIC. OLUB of tko Codar Springs Litor
iiry SQoioty prosonts.
"The Town Marshal"
A Comedy Drama of tho Rural Northwest
Curtain Kaiflos Promptly H.JIO.
Full Cream Flour
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
Phone four Grocer
FOR A SACK OF THIS PARTICULAR BRAND
And your Bread Baking will be a pleasure.
Every Sack Guaranteed
Chickasha Milling Co.
W. P. Snyder, Manager
THE FIRST STATE BANK
J NO. A. CAMPBELL, Cashier.
25c and 35c
Onrringos at 10 : 1H
I i .'t,9r
SUCCESS ON A SMALL FARM
What One Woman Did.
KATE ST. MAUR.
Cnn a 'mull; moke a comfortable
llvlr't a Miinll farm?
Yen. most emphatically yes, If they
poo ordinary common sense and In
dustry My own personal experience
Is nn undeniable demonstration of that
fai t I started on n rented (dace with
really no capital, an a bunliiew dlaaa
tor had swallowed up all our Bavins.
so that I know w lint It Is to commence
ut tho very bottom of the ladder.
The place wo found was an old faah
Zoned homestead Then were two
larso barns, eorncrlb, tonlhotise and
several odd sheds. It wiih really a
farm of 180 acres, but the owner let
iin have Urn house and twelve ncres, In
cludlnR th orchard, for $15 n month,
on a three years' lease, with th prlvl
lego of taking over the additional 1G8
acres nt any tlmo during oiir tennncj
for nn additional $8 a month, with the
option of piirchiiso
Stock Bought From Savings.
.'ttock had to be botiKht In small lot,
ns t uh! money from our II vine ex
pennon nt tlrst So I bought a few old
hens broody ladlea that wnntc1 to set
-and raised forty-elirtit chickens the
flrat summer The old hens had eosl
$10; extra es foi ittlni;. ?f; feed.
54 And on the c dlt !do there were
ninety chtukena sold as broltera, which
brought $!. flftyelRht young pullets
kept for stock and all the vhk we
wantvd for our own table 1'rom a
trio of ducks bought early In the
spring I sold sixteen young ones when
nine weeks old for $7.0i.'. In Nov em
bvr of the Bantu year thirty nmie weie
sold and twelve retained for stock I
can't Rtvo the exact cost of fcedlni;
because no separate account was kepi,
but certainly $'J0 would cover It The
old birds cost $1.00. so the prollt on the
Investment amounted to nearly ?.'M).
The npplo orchard was In ii very
badly neRleet?d condition, but still we
realized $180 from sales In the fall,
and our veeetable garden had supplied
our own needs mid furnished a buiiutl
ful supply for pickling, preserving and
canning for winter. Having u balance
on the right sldo of the ledger, we
built a new chicken Iioumj mid bought
a qow The place, was .ntlrly self
supporting by tho eighteenth month
and from that time on stock grew so
rapidly that It seemed ndvlnahlo to
tako en the rest of tho land and raise
all our own feed for tho block.
The great secret In starting on a
small plnce is, I think, to cmuiuenee
with poultry, garden rind 'berry fruits
and grii'dunlly Increase stock and crop
raising operations, ns success and iiinr
ket. to Bay nothing of your own expe
rience, makca growth feasible.
POULTRY FARMING A DIVER
H. B. LEWIS,.
N. J. Agricultural Experiment Station.
No brunch of our present agileultnr
at development offers greater Intltud
In diversity of effort than poultry hus
bandry. U Is made up of mo many dif
ferent branches and has so many dlf
ferent sources of Income Hint tiie lie
glnner may select tho line which will
bast fit his particular conditions. Be
fore selecting or developing any
branch of work a eatefni study of
market conditions and feqtures of lo
cation and transportation miut be
made. There Is u constant demand
for strictly fresh table eggs and for
high class market poultry. Tho prob
lorn, then, Is to choose a line of produce
tlou and by improved methoda pro
duce high finality, and no anxiety need
lie felt ovet distribution.
The most profitable and easily man'
need I nam!) of poultry production Is
market eggs the aim being to so hatch,
rear and munnge blids Hint a maxi
mum of eggs are produced during 'win
ter, when prices are high. Tho requi
sites are stiung, tlgnrnus pullets,
hatched durlug April and- reared on
free ram,'u und given In winter plenty
of good food and n congenial environ
ment The latter necessitates plenty
of room, an abundance of sunlight and
fresh air, together with entire free
dom from uioWtuiK Hggs command
lug highest prices are Infertile that
is, males should be kept from tho pousi
except during bleeding $eajii.
Capons and Day Old Chickt.
Next In order or possibilities comes
the production of iiiHiki,tHUltry. such
is broilers, roaster capojisKind fowls.
Urolleis inav bo jumbiced ns n wide
line or as spin MlUed ImimIihsW, prefera
bly the former The surplus males
which occur In the hatching and roar
ing or pullets may lie marketed young
as broilers or kept until fall and sold
as roasting thickens. With tho lighter
breed-, the former method Usually
brings the liet returns, while In the
,'lisc nf the American iild Anlutle
breeds It will often be much more
pretlt ible lo hold theuifur roasting
The nih.mtiigi-s of capou rpduc,ton
are lurgei .md homier birds ut killing
time, a sweeter and liner tlnjred meat
und .i much higher selling value, to
gether with a lower coat of produc
tion. The day old chick buituoM offers ex-eeptl-mnl
oplortunltlos to tho man
uitli it smnll phs'o of land, .sntl cus
tom hutching Is one of the modern do
v Inpuieiits of tiie past deenjp.
Ti -ilUilitles In raising of hreedlug
stin k :md In production of hatching
evgs are llniltless. Sueeew depends
upon iiunllty Hnd ability to advertlso.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
nm1y at once the wouderful old reliable DR
1HJKTI K S ANTISKPTIC HH.M.INO OIIour
cicol ilroslnc tuat tclleca jialu and heal at
the tame time. Not a liniment, tie, JOc. $1.00
For Couahs, Colds and CrCt'jw
Wo nre mitfe'riel to announce
l W. llaure for County Super
intendent of Public Instruction,
subject to the action of tho Demo
XOTKJK OF SALE OF HEAL
In tho County Court within oud
for Caddo County Stato of Okln
hoinn. In tlm mnttor of the ostato of
I?. II. Stownrt, docensod. No. S8S.
Notico is horoby given that in
puraunnco of an order' of tho
county court of Caddo county,
Stnto of Oklahoma, mado on tho
.'1st day of Docombor, liUIJ, in
tho matter of tho oatnto of B. H
Stownrt, doccasod, tho nndor
signed administratrix of said ob
tato, will on ornftor tho ilth day
of Jauuary 1914 aoll at privnto sale
to tho highest bidder thorofor, tho
following doaoribod real ootnto,
situated in Caddo county Stato of
Oklahoma, to-wit: Lots Elovon
(11) and Twelve (12) in Block
Twolvo ( 12) of the town of Fort
Cobb, n shown by the original
OtTers or bids thoroon must bo
in writing, and maybo loft at tho
plaoo of..buainess of said undor.
signpd administratrix, at Fort
Cobb, Oklahoma, or may be de
livered to said administratrix per
sonally or bo filed in tho office of
tho County Judgo of said Caddo
The terms of aalo aro, cash, or
ono third cash and the balanco on
credits of not execoding two yoars
payable- in gross or installments
within thnt timo, with intorost at
tlieratoof six porcent per annum.
Dated thia.tho 31 day of Doc
ombor, 1913. v -
Ernest, Smith & Campboll At
tornoy for Administratrix.
PapC 5HH5 foi 5oai.oo
ANDAUTHROATAND IUHG TROUBLES 1
GW MONEY BEnNDCD.
Mrs. n. M. McCarthy wont to
Ft. Cobb, Thursday on business.
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
Indispensable to best results saves
worry saves work saves money
saves health saves complaints at table.
Lyon & Mathews Co.
C. W. B. M. Meeting
The p. W. B. AL of the Chris
tian churoh will nuld iU reguUr
meeting Friday afternoon, at 2:30
at tho Christian church. Tho plaoo
of meeting has boon changed from
Mrs. Pharos home ou account of
Edio haa a fine shipment of the
latest in folders and oarda. Don't
fail to soo his atook befjte you in
vest in a picture.
Dr. A. B. Sweet representing
tho Arkansas Bed Oil and Glass
Co. will bo at the Bryan Hotel for
tho next week or ten days. Dr.
Swoot has a good honest proposi
tion for any ono desiring to iuvest
in oil stock as his stock is all in
provon fields and no wild cat
schome. If intoroatod call on him
at tho Bryan Hotel and- he wilt
give full particulars relative to his
stock. The Dr. is an old time
f riond of our county surveyor M.
E. Monaoll who will vouch for
anything the Dr. says.
Are You a Woman?
The Woman's Tonic
m SALE AT ALL MUWJSTS
It I linranil ltAf)tn -...u.t iLi. -.!..
t-nUglom Uidcje by puttlnif In tlm drinking
fs ater two or thrco times a weel:
.v . n .PUls or Powder
fl)n onithtltamonryourwholonock. It'ithM
bct remedy for eldi. catarrh, diphthtri. etc.
AtpiP ubUtutcii Insist on Pratt.
Prgi& PoBllry RcRBlator
! tfcobctt conditioner. Guarantcul to kr
TourblrcU bmy ibtlllne out esn. ami iyine
profiu. Wo trumrmntcu you utlnfaction or
money baclc. 2Bc. pkp. to 2tt lb. pall at JJ W.-
M i-aiU 11.0 paa ln4llru Vocl.
wil 1 Bring it
If You call No.' 23. We give
prompt attention to Telephone
orders 'and ANVill send you Coal
We'd rather do it nowithan
later on, when I all those slow peo
ple are "sending tn their orders on
a cold day.
Then, somebody may haveto
A house to more and rebuild.
Wilt tmy cash. Inqnire at Demo
Best grado of Alfalfa seed Jfor
sale, $0 per bushel. McWethy
Shines them off or on. If yeu"
Can't bring your Shoes
Send them around, He'll put
the fancy touch to them.
Rooms for rent.'Mrs. D. Tur
ner, West Oklahoma evenuo.
Found A pocket book, in ths
A. H, S. Auditorium, Friday
night. The owner may have soma
by describing it and paying for
C. C. NATHAN
FOR ALLfKINDS OF
Short Time loans
National Bank Building
B. F. ELLIOTT
O.Tice Phone 281.
Residence Phone 223.
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