The Duke Times (Duke, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, June 22, 1917 Page: 5 of 6
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I »w a mw1" «iili rtntwailm aara.
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l^rr^rtjt s "* iht **** *•*•• •«* a «*»«- «<.,+
* . ^'•* W* I tains nrs la aw for this |«nm». Tba
mmh or __
hadn't town ablr to do any of toy Ix.umv
work la amount la anything. I lust
my alalia and thin*. didn't taata
rtttot nor agree «lth a>*. and I was
<»n»tlpaird and kid lo be taking mw-
thing for li constantly. All my neigh-
bom koaar about my hHpleae condition.
notches atm inada with a pouch
cully ifeMgnad for Ika porpu.». Oar*
should ba taken to taaka tfem ao tkal
•kay f»n ba rvsdtly detected to run-
ning iba Hncara along tba edge of iba
ear. t'odar no ctrrutnetanrea should
they bo inada with a knife, a* tba out-
!" «" «V'*~ Of TZJ'X ZZZ such its
tog on tweaty-two years.
"After 1 bad taken five bottles of
Tantoc I could walk anyarboro I wanted
lo go without ray crutches, for I didn't
seed tbera any mora, ao I told tkaa
aaldo. Tba rheumatic palna loft no.
my appetite la good and 1 can ant any
thing I want without tba leaat bit of
trouble. Aa I aald before. I am on
my feet and doing my own booaawork
again after all theao yearn. I want
everybody to know about Tanlac. for
It la certainly wonderful."
There la a Tantoc dealer to
Instrument become obliterated or
may bo eonfuaad with the alight nat-
ural Identification* of tba ear aa tba
animal growa older. It la
How Money Oeta tote Clreulatlen.
Money la aent from treasury to aub-
treaaurtea and from theae It la distrib-
uted to bank*. It la drawn out of banka
to be used In payment of wages, sal-
aries or exchange and thus gets Into
Haw la tfca THse to Oat Bid at Them
i sir aaats.
Tb»ra's no lon*er the sllshtrat n.«d of
fselln* ashamed of your frccklva. aa tbo
prMcrlptton otbtna — double strength — la
auaraateed to remova these homely spota
simply Bet an ounce of oihlne—double
strenstb—from your drusslst. and spply •
J ' n,abt •n<1 mornln« and you
shouldI sooa sea that even tar worst freckles
asvo be(un to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanlahed entirely. It Is seldom
that more than one ounce Is needed to oom*
aletely clear the skin and rsln a beautiful
Be sura to ask for the double strength
othlne. ss this Is sold under guarantee of
Temple of Solomon.
The Temple of Solomon was begun
In the fourth year of his reign (B. C.
1012). and completed seven years
later. * The whole area was Inclosed
by the outer walls and formed a
square of about 600 feet. The front
of the porch was supported by two
Kreat brazen pillars. One of these
was called Jachln and the other Boaz.
Natch Method af Marking.
difficult to make the cut of the right
alse with a knife, and If too large the
animal Is greatly disfigured. This
system, while causing a slight dlsflg
uremeut of the animal, is very simple
and If rightly done the notches are
scarcely noticed. A serious disadvan-
tage. however, Is that mistakes In
marking cannot be easily corrected.
To Illustrate the use of this method
the following examples are given: No.
7, two notches on lower edge and one
notch on upper edge of left ear; No.
46. one notcb on lower edge of eight
ear. one notch on upper edge of right
ear and two notches on lower edge of
left ear; No. 152, one notch In center
of left ear, one notch on lower edge
of right ear, two notches on upper
edge of right ear, and two notches or
upper edge of left ear.
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teobag Im, fmr Iw •« ba a«|>
kawala ravular Yo« a ill laal bka
•wktot VnI ba <»i!1i Ml af
' Tanr dragsla* ar daalsc aaOa yaa a
tMant battto af Mini Uwr Tbm
a» madtrtM tebaa tba placa af <
• Malaria, OHUIa and Pnw. AIm
haaiistg TmUo. mialllmbdnbn
Too few women know bow to uaai
(dry good* after they gel tbeia.
I-et tha day bring what It will In
work or play, tba utility draas la equal
to ocrnalou. It Is plnln and strong
and aha pel y and these are all It needs
to be for general wear at home or a
sojourn In the country. It Is usually
made like the bouse drei
uprous, of fairly heavy.
cottons, but If tha sort of wear to be
Siren. It will save It from tubbing,
serge or other durable woolens make
bappy choice of material.
A serge frock, nmde like the model
pictured, takes no thought of any sott
of decoration, and Is good for all sorts
of wear. But If Its owner chose to
make It an all-day garb, Rllpped Into
In the morning and not slipped out of
until bedtime. It will oc<-oinmnilate It-
self to an organdie collar and cuffs,
or even tolerate the*e furbelows In
Swiss embroidery and organdie for
afternoon or un evening at home.
Whether of wool or cotton. It Is
made In one piece with plain skirt
set on to a blouse under a belt of the
material. The blouse fastens with
snap fasteners at the front and the I
belt with actual buttonholes and but-
A second button on tha ball proclal
•hat Just onrw the frock forgot to ba
rigidly self-denying—one might have
answered, but not so well as two.
The skin opens a little to the laft of
"I see the department stores ar* go-
left of nK "r" '""n bonds."
or Ilka i the front and close, with snap fasten- 1 "Bul *•*> " >>«>*«'
washable ers »ou ran t go around the next day and
llouae dresses of percale and apron, i ',tr,,"nll•, " fur
In "tripes, helped out by pockets and w — „
pipings in plain colors require to de- " ^ HyaUiUa
covered with the material alao ^ fl.'»h Cfl>t Ll,r!", •nd M°7'° J}ofi 't Hi* Vi>///MI»
ond button on tha ball proclaltna Rwloc* lt-*ea nd on this paga.-Adv. MSUII * MJfg J tZiiUW
You want to see jrour clothes
on wash day, a beautiful,
clear, dazzling white—not
yellow—don't you? Then use
Red + Cross
and watch the result Don't
take chances—get the best
bluing—that's Red Cross.
AU good Grocers sell it.
Large Package 8 cents.
dresses and nothing more. They are
dresses that demonstrate how pretty
pipings and pockets may be and how
much style they can contribute to the
len«t ex|H*rlen<*e of all frocks. They
sell for less than two dollars, some-
times, the clever designing being
The Limit of Patience.
"You seem to take that man's paci-
fist expressions very much to heart."
"I do." implied Senator Sorghum.
•It's bad enough to put up with the
- nan who won't light or work for his
thrown In without price. They havo j -ountry. y.„, can't have the slightest
round. Mjuare and V-shaped necks, j |,atlence with a man who won't even
will nre intuit* with Nliort kimono for IiIk country.**
sleeves, and nil In one piece.
To go back to the merely useful,
trouser dresses and bloomer dresses,
nre to be reckoned with for Indoor
and outdoor wear, in the place of util-
ity dresses. They promise to become
a recognized fixture In the wnrtlrobe.
There Are Aprons and Aprons
favor sharp garden tools
If Hoes, Spades, Weeders, Etc., Are
Once In Good Shape It Is Easy
Job to Keep Them 80.
WHY HAVE CHILLS AND FEVER?
"Plantation" Chill Tonic Is guaran-
teed and will do the work in a week.
Your money cheerfully refunded by
dealers If It falls after giving It a
proper trial. Price 60c.—Adv.
The really wise man Is the man who
knows where to go to look up the
things he doesn't know.
Lazy men are always talking about
some other men who are fools for luck.
Doans Saved My Life
'I Had Gl?ea Up Hope" Ssyt Nr.
Dest, "Bit Deao't Kldaey Pills
Card He Penuaeatly."
"My kidney trouble began with back-
ache, which ran on
about a year," eays
W. H. Debt, 3313
Brunswick, Oa. "My
back got so I was at
times unable to sleep,
even in a chair. Of-
ten the pain bent me
doable. I would be
prostrated and some-
one would have to
move me. Uric acid
got into my blood
and I began to break
out. This got so bad
I want to a hoepital for treatment. I
staved there three month*, but got bat
little better. Drop«y act la aad I bloat-
ed until nearly half again my sice. My
knees were ao swollen the flesh burst in
strips. I lay there panting, and iust
about able to catch my breath. I bad
fiva doctors; each one said it was im-
possible for me to live.
"I hsdn't Ulna Dosn's Kidney Pills
long before I began to feel better. I
kept on and was soon able to get ap.
The swelling gradually went away and
when I had used eleven boxes I was
completely cured. I have never had a
bit of trouble since. I owe my life and
my health to Doan's Kidney Pills."
CO, BUFFALO, N. T.
When the garden itself Is not high-
ly esteemed, the tools will be poor as
a matter of course. But even people
who think a lot of tbelr gardens are
sometimes very careless about the con-
dition of their tools.
The proverb says, "If the Iron be
blunt, then must be put to It the more
strength." Sharp tools greatly econo-
mise strength. Sharp, bright, tools
that are tight to their handles add to
the enjoyment one has In his work.
To have a hoe slip readily through
the soli, doing a nice, clean job, con-
tributes to one's self-respect and
makes him proud of the work he Is
doing. If the hoes, spades, weeders
and other tools are once put in good
shape, they can easily be kept sharp
by the occasional use of a file; and
with an old kitchen knife the rusty
places can be scraped clean so that
thep will soon scour smooth.
By all means furnish the boys with
good sharp tools and show them how
they can be used to best advantage
and kept In order. Nothing so *de-
presses a boy and disgusts him with
gardening and farming as to be com-
pelled to use dull and unsuitable tools.
dont worry about pimples
Sacauaa Cutleura Quickly Ramovaa
Them -Trial Fra*.
On rising and retiring gently sincar
the face with Cutleura Ointment. Wash
sff the Ointment In five minutes with 1
Cutleura Soap and hot water, using
plenty of Soap. Keep your skin clear
»y making Cutleura your every-day
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard. Cutleura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
"Is your boy getting along well in
"Fairly well. He made two hits as
t plncli batsman this spring."
POR really delightful
A biscuits—the light, J
Whenever Tou Need s General Tonic
Tha Old Standard Grove's Tastelem
1 :nill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen-
! sral Tonic because it contains tha well
i known tooic properties of QUININE and
IRON. Ic acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds 1
ap tha Whole System. SO cents.
The Better Way.
"What I went through in my mar-
ried life was a caution."
"What I went through in my mar-
ried life were my husband's pockets."
battle insects and weeds
Knew Tricks af Enemy and Diaaaaaa
Which Attack Vagetablee—Start
(By a & MACKINTOSH. University
Farm. St Paul. Minn.)
Cultivate your war garden often and
Cultivation means the keeping of the
surface soil, the upper two Inchea,
On the Lookout.
Many a man Is looking out for a
Job. In the sense of guarding against
getting one.—Columbia <S. C.) State.
Examine carefully avery bottla of
CAST* mi A, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, and see that It
In Use for Over
Children Orr for Fletcher's Castoris
To the owner at a gtne factory the
odor fa not offensive.
Otr. msl ss-tsir..
There Is quite a variety In aprons,
designed for different occupations In
the business of everyday life. Ail the
way from the trim, overall apron that
bespeaks efficiency and neatness In
housework, to the little and frivolous
tea aprons that suggest leisure and
cozy hospitality, this regalia of the
home meets the needs of each hour.
Kitchen and housework aprons make
a story by themselves. All the rest
may be classed together to make an-
First there are the pretty tea aprons
in which the hostess who serves her
guests signifies her Intentions of doing
The pretty fashion for having the
young daughters of the bouse serve
at informal tea. refuses to become ob-
solete, the tea apron Is destined to
flourish a long time. It Is a little af-
fair of fine voile or batiste or dotted
swiss, or handkerchief linen, organdie
—In fact, any material that la fine and
sheer enough to be dainty. And It Is
trimmed with lingerie laces, or swiss
embroidery or hand embroidery, and
decked out with gay satin ribbons in
light colors. It may be made of white
net and It la blbless. but Is allowed
one or two enchanting pockets na a
The tea apron Is small, dainty and
trimmed with lacy things and ribbons.
It makes a pretty gift. Much like It
are "fudge aprons." but they are less
trimmed sod larger. A new model
In this particular variety la made of a
Hade narrow width of goods extend
tag from the shoulder to the knee*.
Jot nod to a back piece having a belt at-
tached. that extends iksst the waist
aad hnttons to ana sMe of t*a front.
This Is to ha
dish makes Its appearance or fudge I IT IS IMPERATIVE
making Is the order of the day. I that you keep a bottle of Mississippi
Serving aprons, like those shown In Diarrhea Cordial In your medicine
the pictures, are for maids' wear. They chert. In constant use for fifty years,
are of light materials and trimmed *'rtce 250 and 50c. Adv.
with embroideries or finished with em-
broidered scallops or fancy braid.
Ribbon Edgea Hat Brima.
At a recent gathering of smartly
dressed women side plaltlngs of nar-
row grosgraln ribbon were noticed on
many of the hats as a brim extension
or facing on a Breton and again ss a
smart cockade effect. Flowers and
fruits were by no means neglected,
used either aa whole crowns or
bunched tightly together high at tha
crown front of a large shnpe. For In-
stance, one largo mushroom sided
shape covered In navy georgette had a
large oval at the crown frout made of
crimson cherries In the center and the
cherry foliage evenly branched nil
around the oval.
Just tha Thing.
"Where can I learn to be an expert
on tea?" "I suppose a samovarslty
would be the Idea for you."
A woman's Idea of meanness* Is
something a man does that would be
mistake If she did It.
r . - —J -LB.M
j Powder. R. B. M. ia beat
for raising and leavening and
gnrea biscuits a rich, wholesome
flavor that ia irresistible.
R» B. Af. Baking Powder
Ona can of R.B.M. will last maehloac-
"d1" other kinds—and R. B. Mm
just aa food aa brands costiac
■IDENOim-BAUB MEBC. CO.
Oklahoma City U. 3. A.
its own. All grocers aeil It.
The High Cost of Living
and How to Redact It
A practical war. saatty open to svsrr nnaia.
JUST WHAT YOU WART. Particulars FROL
Address. WM. T. LOVS. LOMAX. B4JN0B
Kodak Fite Dmitfid Fib I
Prints » Oawta Eaob-l
Write for elrealar aad aaasal
ft I.S.SH i»,t
Art af Perfuming.
Two oi1 three tiny balls of cotton
wool sprinkled with the desired per-
fume and concealed la the hem of the
garment; sleeping In n cap. the crown
of which Is s sachet; sprinkling the
hearts of artificial flowers upon a hat:
keeping gloves and veils In boxes be-
tween sheets of blotting powder sntn-
rated freshly every few days—these
are the means by which a refined wom-
sn aarronnda herself with an Intangi-
ble perfume that la always dellghtfSL
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