Paroled boy - Fenstermacher
f > a O. FRISCO Railroad Planning To Es tablish Demonslratioa Farm Near Muskogee. ot of to In pursuance of its policy in encoui aging better agriculture throutsh .1 series of demonstration farms th Frisco railroad may establish one of thes e farms within a few miles ff Muskogee. N. T. McAIister, of Sentinel, Sentinel, Okla., Frisco demonstration agent, is in Mutkogee today arranging arranging for a plot of ground to b e cultivated cultivated under the supervision of the Frisco's Frisco's experts. About fifty demonstration farms will have been established by the road in this state when the spring work has been accomplished. These farms are placed every forty or fifty miles nlong the Frisco's lines between Miami and Carmen; from Blackwell to Vernon, and from Tulsa to Altus and beyond. The last of the farms to be arranged for this year will be at Okmulgee, Muskogee, Tahlequah, an-' Westvlllo, along the Fayetteville-Muskogi)e-Ok- lahoma branch. The Frisco hopes by its demonstration demonstration farm system to encourage the farmers to use more up to date Methods Methods of farming, and to plant crops adapted to soil and climatic conditions. conditions. Its agents are specializing in corn, cotton, potatoes, kanrcorn, milo maize and peanuts, with much stress being placed upon the latter crop. "Peanut hay is a revenue producer when fed to stork," said Mr. McAIis ter. The farm which will probably be designated as the Frisco's demi.istra- tlnii plot is three miles south of Muskogee, Muskogee, and is excellently situated for the purpose. can read. And the first bit of Information Information it contained was that a little little sister of Mitchell's, to l )t . with whom he had stolen the ntoii'v |.>,railroad |.>,railroad fare, had died a few das af ter his arrival home. Mitchell arrive.i at Corona °n the fourth of Maren, and burled his sister on the ninth. says that he is thankful that tlv- littl • girl lived until he could see her maia "Any boy who learns by constant study how to write in three «i'Us is certainly in earnest about leadi.isr an honest life." said Mr. Fenstermacher. Mitchell is now working In a sawmill, and is supporting his mother ami H.- tl e brother. Go to the New Cash Market. 116 N. Third street. Save money and get the best there is. J. B Harris, the old reliable reliable market man, is In charge, and is sure to please you. adv. Now Well Aftei Using Eckman's Alterative their the | give I and to The tire plan. necessity PAROLED BOY PROGRECSING Three weeks ago. when E. D. Mitchell, Mitchell, the boy convicted and sentenced for robbing the postoffice at Asphai'.- urn, Okla., and then paroled, left Mus kogee for his home at Corona, N. Vf. He could not write his name. The last thing he told C. H. Fenstermache., Y. M. C A. secretary, when h e left, was that he would not communicate with Mr. Fenstermacher until he could do so in his own handwriting. This morning Mr. Fenstermacher received a letter from the lad. .t contained numerous errors, but is in a perfectly legible hand which anyone A Valuable Remedy for Throat and Lunys - The makers of Eckman's Alterative, which Is doing so much good for Consumptives, Consumptives, are continually in receipt of wonderful reports of recoveries brought about solely through the use of this medicine. medicine. These reports ore always at the command of any one interested, and many of the writers in their gratitude have suggested suggested that like sufferers write direct and learn what it did for them. Here 11 one specimen: 421 Second Ave., Aurora, III. "Gentlemen: Pardon me for not writing writing sooner, but 1 wanted to see if i woulu stay cured. I can now truthfully say i am perfectly well. I wish to express my hetytfelt thanks. I have no pam, no cough, no night sweats, no hay fever. Since a child of two years, I have been ailing with Iqng trouble, which grew worse as I .jrew older. At the age of fourteen, the doctor said if I could not be sent South I would surely die of Consumption. Every winter winter I would be sure to have either Bronchitis, Bronchitis, Pleurisy or Pneumonia. I had Typhoid-Pneumonia Typhoid-Pneumonia one time. I had catarrh catarrh of the stomach and bowels ard hud Hay fever for the last few years; but have not anything of the kind this year. "I will answer all letters sent to me, asking a history of my case, from any one suffering with lung trouble." (Sworn affidavit) ETTA PLATH. (Five years later reports still well.) Eckman's Alterative is effective In Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever, Throat and Lung Troubles and in upbuilding the system Does not contain poisons, opiates opiates or habit-forming drugs. For sale by Cardinal Drug Co. and other leading druggists. Ask for booklet telling ot recoveries, recoveries, and write to Eckman Laboratory, Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence, evidence, adv.